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PACE EIGHT IIAUBADOS ADVOCATE THURSDAY. NOVEMBER X. 15I W.I. LOSE GAME BY 10 WICKETS Goni ez Misses Cen tu ry Kn ock o\ mi nii\ms I i.'in HAKOIJ) H\l I SYDN1 %  Mil'.' In 1 niiv to the defeat Kasily ih< begat Wesl India ing from the name to OOWW'i sudden discovery of form that will rnd his personal I I vloill failures. Th< i aid t.< Goddard cave his usual <*ninH l>t i (oiini.ru. .ifIn Christian! left but 'be tail enden. failed to sta> IM1 until h<> hart hi* hunThe tourist-, can now draw %  deep breath aiid con*uu-< %  I in thi • mi doubt advance on %  i %  in • %  %  •'I IN HAS l-l ImiK.f. !• l I gNSI \Mi ..I InHl-l *l -t ISI> t Ji># !--.-. lb *mitn H %  l.-r. I. Ar-hi r M..r.ru.ll i> RiiMiur I I >"" ti Kiv-m 9 (;.><* nM (Hit T < -KUril lb* U MK7a.il 43 C;.ullM S Itasnwr O Frii^nn I •> b M"'<-M I IH.v.v b ...,,.-f IWH %  .* is. hwt.r %  .. Twl . N n*HBi Matnn i—n wirhn. la* %  %  h KM I1 .i n not . 3 Britons Challenge The World JOE LOUIS LEAVES FOR JAPAN MONDAY Ex-he*'. %  —l.P t .urn and I Original Jut IMIKIMHI H, i -1. % Veatirj %  ** *m At Btiti'li Council—Obrmpla Club rchearal 4 31 l> m -Recorded ft Mn Keadlne —w..ni.. nit 5 p.m. Film, for Police OwMI r, p m Mobile rinmu ai P.ovldrnnH-.' S. ln.t.1 n.^inr, Chtt-I Chnrrh : pm. B.L.P Political mectina — SpclxhUtown 1. p.m. Here is what to do after OV£K-INDULG€NC€ m* arymtlMiAlkiS^us K.*p a~ supply of Alkabaady mtwmyt. Sugar Ray Li kolv To Fight 1 nifMii .In iir NEW YORK. Nov. 7. George Galnsford, manage, of world middleweight champion Ray Kobinsou said Wednesday thai Sugar Hay will go to I late Mam oreai Iprll and post ibly remain I lure unUl Mil lala 11mmn with %  title defeftcr in iK.iin-l Randy Turpin Galnsford kiud Hay's pi up llkr this: lie will defend on December 20 at San fl U sus Carl Obun of Hawaii Ha • raajatiatinj foi %  tin. v al Chicago i"> exchampion Rock) Crazinno. Then InpUni t" BO vioppnu i a to make H IDOtIC Thl ii liu r Britnna, an air%  •'in. a Grand National j, an Infantry aubaltern and i Royal MarkM are lo be matetu d d m tcu of aportamanihip, endurance, couraMe. imtlui v> .ind -kill weafe The event is the world chamI umahip of Modern Penlaihlon. i win. h th* Swedea are mafter*. %  gulai Olynipli %  uy twniM-ttng in the world championahlpi Britain comes nearer by 1952. should >>e among the lertderi In the %  4ympk Oarnei ;>' Helsinki. wi re the BngUarunenl Pint Kiiht Lieutenant Jark Lum-datoe, third In the BrlUah dun %  Wlmmlns; he hat** running. n,mutes hut with the Btore at .'< < ,i| '., lu I'.-II nu(ku.nf"i the Biriurn gave %  return %  i-rimmctt nrdmh chamnaMl, is not available. iinr i he was out for 2". In hit pluoo goes Major % %  Monkey* 1 Blacker, Grand NatW'erse iffilment is Worse wat to 1 n .is Duckworth's, 'he 5th follow for the Inniskilhnt: rJnCOOn Guards. Weot It have held the team chamthe *. I • pionship aval alnoa the war. Go who went in to Clumsy i-;he| bat at number one down waa Tlunl plaaT fMi e.theito Lieut, caught by Wall .1. J. Percy, of tho nurhnm Ligh' OnaW [niantry, whose i<>rtc i* running for a d u • k. irlne Wood Martin helped Modern Pentathlon i> a clumay lh e lmr*tuoui %  label for what U simply n fiveRoarhi put on 99 lingered exercise in aport. "' * mi "ut c It woa never intended b v the Ki-eplng the that Olympic Game* corin i ' LV 3 rear* ao at the White City London, bsnvyweliht boset Latry Oaliv oatpolnUd tbItalian giant Ptimo Camera Thoy met agaju in London at IUrmiay UUweek in what Lill-il elinnniitioii for Ule world'' .iti-li at OSaal %  *" wre> lini: rhamploiiaaip Larry Oaina la pictured pinning Camera to the board-, hut Cttnet.t wit tinwinner in trie Bftli round LXPRCM. W.I.—Australia Tour 1930—31 FIRST TEST MATCH ERNIES ttur Ii lie takeo thh opof ili.inklnc hU w o. Played al AIJEI.AIDK. to the eflort of keeping the Decemhrr 12 IS, 15 k 17. Australians from piling up a tall Uaa captain score He had Bradman caught having won the toss by Grant for 4 runs. ideal weather „ u lhls brought together < K.ppax and MeC.be In i, fou-n %  'iefeatcd Innli %  %  In the first innings again put up stout defence at number 4 and he 1 uood support from Bir-1 kett who scored 64. W.I WI en p 1 a v %  foi the dav the W< I In-' w ckets for jn.i runs. I Hist 'ket partnership that was U Giant being 50 tike it* loll of the Weal Indian not out. I.owling and place Australia in .i TVlw _,. i : refnj %  win which many frlendh and mrmber* for turnlnr up lc '"ill force Uit Friday. We Hh.il! Le perfsrmlnif I I.is %M. i M.....I i i.-> eventually dfa should include football, basketfront the CiOCk. after in'closc.i %  •'ii f"i '•*** rt )f Granl the day Kippax was ui ^ng out his it .ti, lih t.. hi. credll and McC.be pat I or 71 had put up a valiiiiblc Wl iK-foro Gi.i.t* feat of he was caught and bowled by scoring two lotlne. C%iaa ol play ww the Auslraliaiin reply with 297 for 5. out each innings of| I Test is d and al • p.n tharp. There will be 2 call-even and Brisk the help of God 1 and mv suprrme being I 1 %  li.il' he amongst you. POLITICAL MEETING L'nder the auspices < THE BARBADOS LABOUR PARTY at Speightstown. Si. Peter TO-SIGHT at J.3 o'clock Supporting the candidature of: Mr. F L. WALCOTT & Mr. K. N. R. HUSBANDS Speakers will Include : Mr. C; H. ADAMS Mr. E W. BARROW Mr. J. CAMERON TUDOR Mr K N R. HUSBANDS Mr. F. !.. WALCOTT. 8.11.51.—In. POLICE BAND (lASSNAl. (IIMflll %  ST dCTUA BAPI W llth NOW 830 p in. ADMISSION 2... 1 7.11.51— 2u. IMPORTANT NOTICE Any clothes left at the •kjOowtng S;.mljr>" laundry Dcpt.ts before December 31st. 1950, will be sold. In future, any laundry or dry cleaning not redeemed after three months will be sold. Country Road Marhlll Depot Aquatic Depot St. Lawrence Depot. 2.11.51.—6n. Next day the AuMrell .i score to 37f Kippax eventually scoring 143 before he "-ns caught .it the wicket off QrUBtfa Tommy Scott tixik four of the five Australian wickets Hint fell and he finished with the Dw dan M .ind Jump, but be who in %  nd p;irtieularl v In war, •ailed thai Ra> ktd of i man wllllni t' med Turpin again hiside and him — r. — i.T.s. bail, hockey or algtot-oaxed row, Roa,:h Ing The object waa to discover \* ** the Anest individual athlole ol SS^nJn a I. ^LJET. 2 h r. w T'.." n n11 followed or a .ingle. Blghllah, ...under ,. much Ihe better. ,,, hl L|%( pl>y w, .f,,,. Th.it i-. xactly ertml Modem InnJAfi %  number 6 by E. 1i doee, except that it Bartletl while Hartta'a paflani an se^-ks not finman who can heave before he %  I : <-i'lmmell tTOWf, wivitlc, run made things look better than they .tllell Hlghlli had appee ngs. ad .nh. ihe rndefenlrri s k j.i.kn STANDARD BRIDGE ... by M. HARRISOH-GRAY Thousands of points could be saved does not necessarily win many more rubbers ti-.an hr loaei. It Is the stte ol the rubbers that counts in Hie long run. The chief contributory lac.or 10 the losing of rnormous niuwiIS uiduK-rinunH'.e taei biddiiK Kiihuu: legsra i odd* PoinU by the thousand would br saved and won plavcra sere aware ol the mathematical fact that the side wtuc.lt tins Ihe first game has a Uiraeto-one expectancy of sinning the rubber Thig cuts both ways F*irv, a iion-vulnerable pa:r *ho save • he rubber si s cost of MO star. the ival hand at the same atrategical disadvantage The vsvar.es of a pack ot i ards are unpredicisble. and the score above the line may mount to astronomical proportions if the aame tactics are pursued r nearly always wise, a* tlcular score, to let the mho: go: while "Never sacrtnee si;n a bad psrtner is one of the trues; maxims In Bridge The subject of scientific overbtddUig. however canno: oe ligh:Iv dtamlssed The scrond fatlor Is a psychological one Against a certain type of vulnerable opponent, ilia most (Unrui.-. Hag-flyitig by tlic non-vuineraiiiihide is freque It the aide *li .in make Four Spades. Ui 'Hen all unpensltsed. are a gams up ill i second i neli %  ]"' rubocr A Orst-class rubber Bridge .i M uevei ooi chance ol w.nmng me : %  ii-oer bonus. i stands to ream %  m n the oppoDei i >mes to penalty doubles, it is %  %  it il r • t;nosti io hgn • • i ibtM-r romp.e* a poll"* of then) tinder 'orui'nni %  mat well show s longU :m prom. Londim Ijpreii MUH. p p c r Ql ,i U.I. I IT I with 4tal bar eight when slumps were drown for it. tut day wlUi the W.M Indies behind. openM 'Jtoir second Innings even m .. i e dlsa trously n i went n.r and (leorge Ileadh who o p e n i i with him scored hut II Cot -.tanline at first icket d n M ti as howled hy ninmetl fat I I Skipper Grant whi i that it slmulii %  lor i long time. in needed llf runs for victory and these were supi.'.i-'d by i U2 not out and Jackson OOt, the Australians winling by a ten wirkei margin. 5 (OTTON ORF.SS IIANCV, ( 1.1 11 5, fill. TO-NIGHT lhur>.djy, 8lh November 1951, night before Bankllollday. Ut ifmrJi /OttX day HIM.. and Orlmmett urlenl up the Wi and Ing but U i Cirant < .niyin.' nut his bat for 53 and the Innmag cloaad for 200. i' V Qrimmett'i figures were "J for B? end he took 11 for 185 in 'he entire malch. Pousfnrd and Jackson opefic! tho Australian Innings and Oon,n.l Ki.iiuis <>|i.e.i th West IndkeT bowling attack. In .1 brief period before lunch Urn pai r put up the half century with* out lOSS. Deceived But after resumption Francis deceived Jackson with the fllgh 1 f one and Dai tow made no mi*take In stumping him for 31 rum nd the won was then M. Bradmnn the rungettm 1 ame in .1: j QnUSl gave (•iidlil his chance with the hull. Bu. Francla was in the picture again having Ponsfond caught in the hi* by Hirkell lOff 24 and thi 1. || M. Bradman Out Cnlllth now added hi >m. MII iu 11111 s Ht:>ioiiis On Mondnv. g egage n ber ISUi Tut DATLV Triri.HAHM urlU beph) (he I'.rchisii'c mnalisalio" HI Ihil (oniifry of fie f|) • Church til's uar rriemoirs. il raven the peried fron Juie, IMS. to JNIIC, 1044. The* the: (if tlll VOlH" Ciorlnu the fli'io," ipteen 'f %  NOW Hi vr. ChsrnMIl tirrmany teas ntMlled on oil h tated iklea." 1, rarrlrd frotn % %  .•ration 0/ ffarnr. The O0"J Cairo and Tehemn ,iL 1 onfri)>wratal pfwhs* > the D'Oau mandy. Inadiny in NorTHE DAILY IIIIU!\I1I ". .I.ii .( t. r hv mixing 2 1 : pint* Water with .1 111*., Powder Obtainable in 5-lh and Vi-\h fackanes at 21c. per lb KOR INTERIOR AND IXTKRIOR WOODWORK Use RED HAND WHITE S' PAINT Hi i* uilh a Hard GIOM et|iiallint: Enamel Finish. D*es not turn Yellow. PHONE MM. WILKINSON St HAYNES CO., LTD. _|§^J WITH THE I FERGUSON SYSTEM !of boih the small and I-arge Plantation Owners alike. h la only a fraction of that ol a full 'Track" Tractor— aajagjM does an B Ploughing and Is ot home either In the •ors arc Mso becoming mcreasa doing fine work. poet I rful machine and lot you—ploughing, haul-preadtng, gra' Il jrou will COURTESY GARAGE ROBERT THOM LIMITED Afenta



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Till RSDAY. NOVEMBER , 1MI BARBADOS ADVOCATE r\(.;. THRI r. Exchange Of Prisoners Is The Big Problem N'EW YORK Nov .">. THE SHOOTING in Korea will not hall immediately even if United Nations and Communist negotiators should happen to agree on cease-tire line. Other issues are at stake but they have sunk Irom sight in the argument about tM b.itth'iield should be frozen. Kill be of umiMxliauIntaraM —^——— LOSING CONTROLS WHK Amamans do not like controls thai is that Commumn, rrluw In %  '> — • l*"* " "Ole pro.illow the International Red Cro<. a-ramir* tar controlling meal to deal with prl prop"c—which has caused prowilh lood an,, comlorl >""" uprogr on all sides—may I baa tro) access to ""on be dropped. pgna in which Common. >-v.ry„i,iha been protestin*. iiu are held and has prepared :, "•" %  I"* ',• housewivta, tha practaa tiihle of llgurea on how eallle men. and the packer. (tM than ,here are and who b companlos which ilaugritcr thev are •' %  no tin the meat). Tonight Mirh.,cl DISalle. the In the early days of the cease„„,„ wno ha —i tryint ,„ m in. United ,„ r ce lh „ prior CMS. „, nM Nations Huh Command hulled o,,, „.„,„. J— Hc ol d „ comSlid oppose any wholeminrr „, )| r ,hot "incr* u a sale exchange of prisoners but ,„| ^u^,, lha „,,.„, prl ,,. controls will be dropped ,|,II,KI, MO. Al TtIB IX l..>\ll to relatives ol men In Korea na In what to do about the exchange tit prisoner*. The United Nation*' army holds about llftjMO Communist prisoners The red?, bold J suable number of Unilvo Nations' prisoners moat of ihrnt American* but the precise tigurr not known. The reason for RECORD L.K. BEET CROP I951-S2 WOULD SI CAR FORECAST British Catholic Aid For Hurrieane Fund LONDON WASH1M. sugar beer crop WOIMSUI.. than BWH .11 fj Wl |; ,,,*,.,. .IClU'll ,, . I M on record and '1% per I HersM hairman r.f the ,-ording to Ihe ll"' .'. . Unitad State* Euri pe A i ft •tM •I SugJ • x %  .. .. • ,• %  l i i rtN led total of 704.000 tons of sun.il djyjead. liad weattkM will mtorc this year's crop, but •te-ra Ubl I %*rthel*s %  xpecled, added Sir Al.m. -aVI'P. I -Ill-la. ux weeks a S o. mono, arhaCh i* %  n aaTactad bjr f from ordinith IK homes and lifer, bul Ihli ihurch romtr un Egypt Raises Sugar Price %  iO lite Caribbean World produ. I M0-51 w a r.-cont at M.WO.000 %  vet .. %  mi j$ partoal BBd '1 K %  ii last season n 'Mr pT -war. %  lha previous m paper, in closing the appeal, asked read. or clothing anH —I r. >uld insist on trading on basis of man (ot man. The United laUOBM ndd far more tian the Communists .mi i fen Rajdg Mil captive*. Ii would also leave in United %  which COUld IKused to gal | K no ither concession. But that will DiSalle wants to get slaughter %  man quotas. Nobody wants him to '" have them. So. h P told the M.I'.a "I must be frank—without theao quotas, we will hnve to drop the controls." Everybody seems ovorjoyedincluding the house-wives. SKCTK1TY A I4TT1X CRIPPLED BOY greet* thft •ding Mayor with Princes. Ellasbeth Is Mr Fred Hum. of lacro-e player* how u. bow correcUy to the Royal vi.itors i Prince*-'* Br^t word, to bim wer* of syoipstny on hi* *s Up And Up Accuses Gomes H IXJNDON. HurrtoaJM IfeUM %  Lfl al more thai ind the sale of ticket] Canada's HajM'it For Revitrxt H. WJ. Trade Rise CAIRO Th \3gi ". %  *• .'nca*so of any area the •tiurnfent of about \\<\ pat lb w : BOOM tha • % % %  %  Egyptian WCJtMaTt le.iving Ihcir jobs In Itiitish camps In the SueCanal Zone. Al Pasha, ml] board of thr Egyptian Sugai \ i has •.ffenHi to Sonata mora U. £1,000,000 If the tufai prkM cieasa* f.ul[u 1-..V.-1 Mu,-w • U.S. SAMPLES B.C. IRON ORE \FW YORK. Oct 31. Ore samples (rtt i States as a t\rst step towards posnble new American mining Inthe Colosy. ColIfM-M, thr greatest percentage \K\M4 b. Mr. A. r geologist of the II" .,f Ohm. th.lasgealag A II bg aasavd in tlfef < umpany'a laborarCwMtl | milaag. %  %  %  It was 74 per cant higher than i l LOHTJt >N nvrml Chief ol lot l 3 Syi Mi Ol "h.i i ip-me.I Mi Walkei % %  al : %  expenses B.I r II aging i ih.it the companj i,.,„iv blo anj aftraaaot 'probably operate in sMtfeb Oul—II P ana. —B.UJP. .-.ibideiable dutcussion and it is coneelvable that even if an rin *' P"' that Americans aro jr„ n ,| %  bj roacfaod on tha b^u se^ntj-nunded Is fur£ll yooo ,• ^ ., ceasaflrc line some other issue "i*"*^ •>' lWcrinnn Dan Thomp| rtr lh(1 eoacwrt St the |(oyal l-'estihet ' lh > *f •"* may break up the negotiations. TO "whose bnl it In the little VJ Ullll u,„duii. on November •f cu ^f d .,iT P „ General Ridgway insists that his vHtafe of Adams New York (poj). n M gfting wH A B niPrtin|[ — ..irny will not put down arms un*•***>• __ held in loiuifii to launch the sak> til all the details of the ceese-firo Eru Adams, a tourist from Tollt (K-itots. more than £500 was have been worked out. i. nto. was' taking some snapshots utilvd „ y ,h r auctioning of bottlei One thjt is lively 10 be trouble f the local tire station and hotel some is uie matter oi providing because, '"**'* name is the same fur the lagMCtfea '" -'"'' 'h.it both ".V 1 villa** */ „ides .aseU P ?"*?. 60-year-old fire lln.-. Thin will have to be Constable Thompson lo ^ ll tn ? mltbte. -To give everyone a question of the Hon. Uutler at the Britain would spread some sort of assuianae on :L niare,i .T .SU-.TI hUt* -hance of helping, the ticket.u. sl meeting lo the giving of priscarce dollars among In ncutralirori tetmri'y V ^'^„.. '„,J^.^ ^.r,,,. N,! !"."'" '"'K*-' ,rum %  *'" W" — %  '" onty over all olhei business his sterling areas of the • Ira*. Oar Os- iai"Mi'l' PORT-OF-SPAIN. Nov 2. The Hon. Tubal Butlfr, mem||V Council. [J*J tcr of Commerce. Albert Gomes of jrymf lo make him m.ik nd attempting to hold him up to illed imThe matter comSpeaker made public ridicule. Bullet be Ooufatao'thiloci|-riiv-.lor; !" f holel 'JS^S^'SZSS stortinit !" d ,'"">' " %  H"n Mr Sp,.k-— "Wo hepe ., iiu• Lads lluaains. ,-._, !" chatrman ot ihp concrl Coiistuble Thompson to tell tha mm,.,. amazed CaniMlian: "llpld it. bud. ,hance noutral.r,.,, t.-mirl-Vor w '' !" '" villaae rullian ,.. ol (r.n.rlea.lon> .nd <-.rm .nmal aMurlty. No s ,... aerial activity Rldaway will pl A !" fac < ri e,. and military inPrincess Ala*. CoonU*. „! At!.Ion*, under whose patronage the rrmrrt is being held, has met the .irtlstes who will lake part. Tiv>y iricludtRudolf Comach. Ihe A OTTAWA Canada's hopes fot a levival ol trad* with othei Common th countries, especiall) the West Ind lea, have risen with the sTfrMsi „t himsVlf "**'" l ,n Conservative VicUny kO ihe British General Election. Trad* officials in oitaw.i i>elleve there mlghl well be a change in HriUin's dnllai iiinler ihe new Government. Mr. rose, when the Churchill's stand for a stiongei teteience to a Commonwealth might mean that Sugar Talks In London statlatloni miles of Adams. god military ininknown within j\p in s/xt:ssw:\ o\ VISIT TO V.s. SAN FRANCISCO. Nov A group nf gg J.ipanese bi Henry nessmen arrived berg Mtmda sssbfe f ..eadquarter. In Moscow. Stalin doesn't want any gg freely Ihroutil) Russia and talking with people. Henry Shapiro cannot fegvg the City the l,^t leg of a 20 day visit lo the llmik without special permission U^. whciv Ibrjy bay* been ob. granted. Even aervlng the trends of Amerjean ambassadors in Moscow MUTV*Industry -mcc the end of the war. times find it dlfftcnlt to travel be—' %  %  vond the city. _^__^^ Obviously, no ceasefire agreement r worth anvlhlng unless both jom. Word from reporter, there fides abide l.v it nnd H '* r>nR to lfl that one overriding rea'on Is take some painful hours ot pushing the Communists toward %  legotiation to convince Red* that the agreement — Chin, they have to abide no* only in munlsts have no relish for gnin| words, but in spirit and action. •hroiigh another winter in which Dggpffe ill these difncultles cold and disease will claim as still optimism in the many or more lives as allied guns mudhut truervillage on Panmunand p JaT afg—I'.P. (' %  n lin.rmotion, and all other motions wealth, they said. dealing with the economic ciisis. This would mean that Canada The Speaker explained that cculd find largar markets for hei Mr. Butler's motion had been red.llar piotiuctt wiUiin Ihe Cornturned to him. after the meeting monwc.ilth Mr. Douglas Abbott, so that it could be put into the Cflhada'l Finance Mln lot oT and proper form, and he did not ienth-i Canadian leaders have iger. Anna Oittclca, the Cfive ,, back ||a further exuski-d scveial tunes that Britain • mm ixu Os>n CmiiafiOiati LQMDOIH H n ftn*1'1ir""l''*' sugar piodui i 1-nnloii are now DsMI I i f.iuMicn.. tiic.i discussion ,/lth the Minisliy ol Food, t ot* of hei Drttft Agreement LssMT] V1 '..,"! .,' Xhr P ,nU ,f view "' •" 'ommoi \/ealth represeiitativris ben i rnwn up by a Sub-Coinniittee oi.d as soon as this has been • I leted—probably on Tlkgg <•• ihe dek-Kates will inform the a ill.. Ii..) %  ;.'., %  %  .n:. :.. %  .., !!• %  the French pianist Mr. Walter Susskind will conduct the Philhai monia Orchestra —B.l.P. Freiirh Ministers For Hie Caribbt-an NEW YORK. Four French Government officials, fed by M Antoine Plnay. Minister nf Public Works. Ti port Ne plained lhal there was no motion east in his office relating to the ecoiioare si mic crisis, and he was at a loss Canada to know to wh.it the Hun mcinlii '< was alluding. At the first availII itv he intended to thai %  nlWhich from his slon re incorrect. Al .i.ill.n real! n'tiiiii' whii angling trade between and the British CarlbHORN.MAN'S TEA . Y% able opportu enrrei'i slater kui.AleiU'' • a: onl. | Dgn months ago Mritish West Indies mlswhirh included the linn B itbunanUt, ol Jamaillon. Allvrt Gomes, of TrimMr. Butler: I mn not prelenddad and H<>n W. J. Roatgever ol ing lo know what is at the buck BrUlsl. Guiana, visited London of this muvemetit. but I shall an'i Ottawa to make a similar repeat my request thl* morning, appeal. and perhaps in plainer language," N< l-ody in Ottawa experts that Mr. Butler explained that he had the new Chuichlll Government no ulterior motive, and Indicated W( n ,rmove gfl the dollar restrtcnd Tourism. hav e arrived In thal h, hac j „ ol receive.! a copy u n But the hope Is expreswd y to visit o( his speech relating to his retl .t (hInd %  tmnnl West Indii Barbers Talk Too Much MUNICH Nov d llunganan Communll. i id i i barbai abop I t id it il i ihssrta not %  .tioi. ifead Rsjdsa i'' % %  •• nropa reported today. It said thai the step was taken te %  ltd the •VHIA.IMV.. UlUng* 1 Of barbers In small shops who esiviped Ihe nationalising measures Guadeloupe and Martinique. _,.,.,, bu, tnjll hl where they will study the progress of public works programme* in those colonies. M I'IIKI.V mill it-porters that Ihe public works programme in Franca has been a factor in containing French Communism, but that "good common sense and all r leiidci ik-t % %  Canadian good! giv* the impression that h ,.„,„„,„,„„ sent or consider a motion whit> heard the election new* NfiTVO Is l*rertid*'iU (M C s Wtt aal Asrrt'inhly Non-Kxisfenl The Minister hen laaau — B.1P. PARIS, Ni might miJi UIUIN Pa-iilli Mar prrfeiercr th* permanent Mexican u to t ider of the )iri t d "^ bcen ^ l b cau " %  and lorrentj ,.f ,.,,,, "ndaiiir%  "•"* more cmvm,,,H "*• %  ll rI ng shippinu and tearing down m roes, telegraph lines and deslrovOovernrnenl communications in some parta of fonsider it. the countrv. No casualties were .. . %  d or d.m.„ rX!UT *< •ft, **' M Bu .'X'uTS un a point ol order which he did not state, because according to him : "I cannot Speak while he is braying." Mr. Butler here felt that bi timing the motion now would amoun'. to making a fool of himself. Mr. Gomes: Which you so often TEI1ERAN. d JeiMd, left short of sugar by Mr. Butler went on to say thai Britain s recent action in cutting the Minister of Labour wanted fl supplies, has ordered 32.000 the motion put now. whe>. tons of sugar from Russia, it is main purpose of the motion was reliably leanvd in Teheran. Russia lo prevent Government from indeliverod 20.000 tons of sugar to creasing the cost of living. Persia in the first nine months of Idea is an attempt to hold ua up : about 20 per cent of to public ridicule." The member requirements. stated, "we want more prot*c-B.U.P. tlon." WHAT ~ Persia Turns To Russia For Sigar Get t/te Best out WHITE HORSE g Scotch Whisky The purpose of <.ii(ns is lo fell •rtrhoul Konla. I ha !.">' hors.%  ymboUaaa s. och it Ira v.-\. .>iJ onlf daty, know M wsTL MUNk ALSO OBTAINABLE IN | BARGAIN III Mill* I.IMIM: RUBBER 2 uicb GARDEN HOSE at 17c. a foot ECKSTEIN BROS. fOB )• 111 14 II 1ft SCO li il 15— M ll-M 11—IS t00 1' 117.-14 II Ift H-JS • oo a tin is n-a is—as tea!• i'. -11 11 I* i— n Ash vour d*al*r about additional IIIM. GREEN & TRANSPARENT -"^ Phone 4269 W//*//Wrfl BUNLOP TRACTOR TYRES Built for the M $ :. NIW rrai DESEHVIS A NEW OUNLOP rut FORT ROYAL GARAGE LTD. *?; %  Pbone 2385 Sole Diitributon PUone 4504 Don't despair when your oven disbn are greasy and dirty after a day's cooking. Sprinkle a little Vim on a damp cloth. gjVt them a quick rub over and see how they gleam. Vim in so easy to use, so smooth it won't leave a scratch. VIM cleans everything smoothly and speedily



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PACI ion: BARBADOS ADVOCAfF. THCRMIW MIVrMHrR 8. ISII BARBADOS Am'OfrfTE .,—i #• --=-?—1„—-i A Second Hearing Fur O. l-*M4 %  •••"-• il.W.I.? TliurMbv. November X, 1951 I \l> OF A SISMON His Bxcellcney %  prorogued the Legislature Tuesday ;tt the end of a three %  • which will K<< down in the lu-i<>t y > %  ( this island as OOf of the most Inter* Fee Iwo theft had been the trying out of the Bus! R1 but during the tt just ended there was the practice of party politic! with all that it brings Looking back at the lx proi period, II cannot be said Our of this island have been Well HH.II in all aspects of life. I further awakening of the | % %  • and the attainment of adult suffrage has come as the ero nil M i Tiir j.: i itfon daring the m ofjmri be nld to have been outUng .met in some Ineteneee left much red bm initial effort! have been i. which will bring reeulta at a later ki for health centres, the institution of a Labour Welfare Fund for financing housing of sugar workers are two measure! of social importance long overdue, and the appointment of a Co-ODeralive Officer is a step intended to improve the economic condition of p controlling small plots of land. There is. however, the oontroveratal ure oJ nationalisation which hangs like toine dark shadow over the field of public enterprise. It is In this instance that the opponents of the doctrine contend that what is good Jnr England is not always good for Barbados. Tinpolicy of taxation, based as ii is on the threat to soak the rich, is another bone Contention and If believed In BOOM quarieis to be designed to put the sh ac kles on free enterprise. Coupled with this is the Government's refusal even to consider the introduction of the Pay-As-You-Earn system In order to spread taxation over a wider area and so reduce the burden on those now contributing by way of direct The absence of a Deep Water Harbour and the delays in encouraging industrial enterprise, duty free importation of building material and lax free operation for five years and that in enacting a Hotel Aids Bill are set out against the present Government as sins of omission. But supporters of the Government contend that present-day conditions would have been the lot of any Government which had been conducting public affairs during the last three years. It is on these questions that the electorate, now increased from 30.000 to 95.000 will be called to decide next month when the G e n er a l Elections take place who will lake charge ot our affairs. One question which has come into the limelight within t weeks and which now Ihreatei: take precedence to many others, is that of atfuceroi The general claim is that the standard of elementary education, the only form which thousands of children U II ever get. has deteriorated and that wlilst opportunity may have come to the pareots to ears greater sums by way <>t s money so earned Is of little value ii there is no means of educating the Cfatldn n i Whom Ihev are endeavouring the foundation of a better future. the means rather than the ends which will distinguish the political parlies who now court the suffrages of the people and ask to be put into power. The si Started With three parties in the House of Assembly, but secessions and other cireumstances have led to the dwindling almost to uV*ih at one party. The end of the session uwk* the end of a period and one which might well prove to be of great significance In the progress of this island. I.ONDON. %  %  crnment m.iy be abb to provnl .mswers t. assfl that have plagued her in the pottwar years. There is •wry reason for tht West In.be to hope. too. that new light will INshed upon their problems. _^.':i:_ *T ."'-'."." '~ ~ZZ1 CotODM ..-< closely affecting i. c ^ ny M ^J^SL T.Ef lUZ? anomalies and by working out 'It' JS-.W S^fiSU S3!' b*W arrangement^ the convo.|u* "* !" y VLJ:! 1 !" A^i 0l ^*J? Wt indie, strongly opposed to the con Indict, ia to maintain %  1 Us presetr. also to develop lBdu*tri<-F that H, HIII iiiui. ,A|11 %  b * rb ,h increasing popu "* m "'"' latino. Th. snipsiag p.iu< • road-buil' by d-buil'ima: niv.'its should bf extemic-1 suflV :. to allow these C ..ii. i •i.'i. j. (Ii.iiii.i I'-ii-i': %  To. btVtk^urlng a7gur """" JTHSUTL WC ," """ T. anomalM. hav. beai ... II I. I.I n uld ""•, """ '!"""• '" ""' l~"" with Brill* invent.. %  uon, not I*able t„ sril the „.„. lrUd to M^,,, indurtiial : ,K %  ,.", ,n %  "'-l"l'mriit programme „. 1-, would bo tuccd with a dluatii. ,,-v Soma luiwiial ir.r. i On '• %  %  aitalgfa policy |iolt*or.'n o very hon time. torle.. In an .-(Tort tn .iltract fr.sh On. mini. ,/"'-, '"""' ',Ll''\Z^LT^. c plul "•"' oamJ %  >" c "" '"• however. i certain. It |, that the ","„ b !" r "" ^"j!?-,,"?! ""• < %  conceaalon. freeing th .Corner-, -the leading t.onaerv.tive h v „ lo ,, „„„, air „i,|, wllon ,, nutted to ab.trmig Empire poUry "^"T^" W< Indian analri. paying normal t.x rates on thi I und that it will d<. everything '" a ocb t ,n the Mouse or toinpronu This advantage, howevei liosalbl. • afar. „„i '"' J*f" m0 ln, K 0 Po ,V""' %  Mn "b""" completely wiped %  no West Indie, and "_ "„ J w ul _. .i'^ILl _' ,,u! n y the llritUh Governnvent. tither r-.: out what would happen If thi nrm foundation of the sugar ecowhich" hu claimed lull tax pay .mjr ot Ihe Itntish We. I Indie. m n „ „ |he hMVV nmnll u .,. DnUai riinvertibliily is clcxsel i removed, he added: The Wevl lining n...y nOS. get a "second hemr MI.IHN of Ihoir I'llwhich Uw. hi.ve an< Mr. I. nial Secretary, and hw predeco^ijjr. Mr. Cieeeh-Jone*. %  •'.e|..|i dM in i i. of tinlapse of the economy." i of :"" __ er. WMimt mule, Mi CbUrchin f> bul-buyln. Ihe C-iinserv.iow n requirement and his appointment is .m Inoseat,ir iiollcy is equally clear. Whil.*"" a Bu a saiu I ii admlttod thai it may not lie %  '" %  '" %  ';, :, in raen,,""'"' >:'' i rather, afr Alfred till foodgtufl. to imvate hands ^*! n '" 7. Ion, wai .1 ulstlngulshed Immediately, u i. Inteodad thi.t "aeration m th Colonial Saerotan In tbo I bulk-buylaa ,-illcy of the old bea" l. on_ lh. w Gov.rnment In lW 1-abour f„,ve,,„„e.,t *ould i \"^' JL l ^_2f., m cc f. Yt" One ot M. l.yttlelon's llrst go. discontinued ea toon a. possible. Maam IjtimKgJIeaa inv led b: lions on assuming onlce was .o A atrong Imperial Preference r C, !" ". hs !" ni "J '"' 1-0, "J" and .. in%  to ..i ,.1 : i„> ,, ; that Conaai ...•., %  .. %  % %  • •' >"" %  • J> a* •• lorrit a. In which hi oraiaa n,.task of the new Oovu !" the new G,, lcmm ent. it.,, cntei upon this great olTlce witn enimeni is not necessarily that of \ t ^ p ^7r\ qa>_ sjo nasarvauiioa txnation of the vital unpo, ,„.,'III the l-ilny "f itpre. ""P 'P' 1 'eclerat.,,, will brim work deiTSUmr. but of Lranalattng. -he Ifb'JCii^d^ecoi^mi, a.lvaiitaee .„ ... i iJiill.li inillfl Ill/Hl|l ia (.tlrsH WU bitity that Uw Conaervatlv, iBJnMradv npsnUtun ud m ,,.,.,,,. „, wlU |.„.,,. .,, .,.,.,, In security measures. u donar .^.(nrtionrfal oiue U miUgale the hunger and misery tcnain hal ,(,,-,-* mdle* wfl which would result fror.i the rol^^ ^ >b |, 1# r |Xnd more 0 inlngv on thai Phla, of course way toward: Ir.Ional trau< now in dangei British Caribi dollar I know how numerous, varied 0*. negative maintenance of Imto the West Indies t>u*inM to sirt-elallMin Weat In>iian affai: Ml tt-.nphx are the question, to psrlal Preference into a poalUve .J^^^S^S* 1 .*,£*** & iv^rad ui those territories. i-Hicy and its active development *EZ*3g£* ^S^SLSLZ I aJto know with what csnergv, b every Held of economic life. [ul i t ^ Conarrvativ ....d high sense of purpose InduMri.tl devrlop.nenl of th, *> of the House t, Commiv II concerned wilh them \ire W-t IndlfW or divei-sincalion of ,hari " >e Labour side. Three .truggling I,, ilml the answers. I the Ciribbean economy is a point " t l l ? nd,n X n I Co !" !! 1 r \? llv g-ad, and ttonoureda lo have on which there i* agreement in • %  •* — Mr. Atai. l^nnox-By.i. th .4>portunlty to play my part, principle between both Conacrva^ 1 .^I nard ^ !" ln ^^J i€l :;^ r 'ogether with the peoples of the Inv and Labour parties. B territories for which I now have underlying reasons for thi responsibility, and with the Colovery different. nial Service. In the common effoit When Mr. Griffiths was ColoAll have travelled in th.WY upon which you aic all engaged,' nial Secretary, he advised the Wt Indie*, to acquire an Intlmati Mr. Lytlleton has not been in Indies not to "put all their eggs first-hand knowledge of the probtOea kmg enmigh yet to have in one basket" by concentrating hnis on the spot indeed. Mi. given any limier Indication of the to such a great extent on sugar Braine and Mr. Lennox-Boy.I l-ohcy he llllSlllll to pursue. But production, but to rxpaiifl their >>oth toured the Culbbean this irom statements made by Conoutput of other commodities, parsummer and had to cut short the'i %  ervatlve vi-w-smm in the past, tuulnrly foodstufTs and raw matours to return to England to UghIt Is possible to piece together a tenals needed for their own conthe ulecUun campaign. picture of the form tons.-ivi.tive sumption. That these li.R's will be rs colenlal poUc* will Uke. "I behove it is unhealthy thnt vociferous on West Indies matters On sugar, for example, there Is Ihe whole of these communities, in the new Parliament a* the* great feeling withm the ('..userwith their growing population, wore In the last one cannot bo %  ttvsj r.mks that Britain should sl.ould have lo depend for their doubted. Their efforts and those (Tor a guaranteed price for the livelihood upon one commoditv. of the Government as a whole %  hole exportable quantity availOff upon one or two commodities." may make an enormous contrtbunble from the British Weat Indies, he stated In the House of Comtlon to the welfara and pro-To try to force the price down by nions. perlty of the West Indies. rnporting sugar from foreign naConservative advice to the West —B.U.P. CARIBBEAN FISHERIES CHRISTIANSTED. St Crete FISHERIES experts of the Natior*.. sad .err.tori.il governments associated in the! work of the Caribbean Commission will meet in Trinidad next March to discuss ways and means of promoting Caribbean Fisheries. Final decision to this effect was taken by the Caribbean Commission, when it approved the arrangements proposed by a Preparatory Committee for the holding of such a conj ference. The agenda for the meeting includes the recurrence and distribution of commercial ish species in the Caribbean, including lobsters, shrimps, oysters, sea urchins, etc.; echniques practised in the Caribbean for fish apture; types of fishing craft in use in the Caribbean; marketing, including storage and listribution; methods used for conserving -nd processing fish in the Caribbean; cultiation of fish in ponds; and application of ecent technical knowledge to exploitation nd development of new fisheries Special papers will be presented for disThese include two by Mr. D. W. Viles. Fisheries Officer, Barbados, on "Fly-! ig Fish Research" and "Government Ass.since in the Development of the Fishing Inustry of Barbados". Mr K J Reijntjes. latteries expert, Surinam, will submit a reatise on "Cultivation of Fish in Ponds," %  hile Dr. Morice and Ct. Blanche, of the[ 'rench Departments, are furnishing a study n "Distribution of Fish Species in the rench West Indies Besides the official delegates, obi. I .'ill be invited from the various interested istitutions and organisations in the area, in'lulling Development and Welfare Organisa'••on, the University College of the West Jamaica; the University of Puerto the Imperial College of Tropical Agri-) ulture, the Marine Laboratory of the Uni* %  e rsity of Miami, the Lerner Marine Labora>ry. Bermuda; and the United States Fish! :>nd Wildlife Service. The independent reublics of the area — Cuba. Haiti, Venezuela, l nd the Dominican Republic — will also be sked to send observers. -VOW HI SIWK RLA.\TATiO.\ A RACISMSV I IIIOI It SIIKKTS Call and Select Early from \ll\OI Ml SI 11 DIM:ilV. SILENT KNIGHT KEROSENE REFRIGERATORS •2 O.YLY I I I I rXSOI.il Secure one for Christmas DA COSTA 8c Co., Ltd.-Agents — ELSC, DKI'T. Trinidad Csscoa Depends On I I.i \ Oil I' LONIX>N. Although Trinidad product! only one per Mt.t of Ihe world's ia supplier. II is niiturally very jealous .if ,md wishes lo retain sible for the distinct! what is known as the "Trinidad flavour. flavour." according to Mr. E. W. "|t w ould not be surprising to Israeli. Director of AKI Trinidiiri. iienl.il area and scicntiflr headluarters." Statistics presented by another Trinidad speaker, Mr. U A. Byles. in a paper on world trend* in supply md consumption of cocoa, traced Iture. nnd." l7e~dclai^."thaTtiw loss of the decline in cocoa produc.ion in flavour in Trinidad cocoas, rightly 'he Caribbean over Ihe last iwen" production of _.dy through having lhat deplored by the manufacturers, 'y years. From Trinidad flavour." he declared, was connected with Mib-optlmal 63.000 tons In thi "that the cocoa Industry has been supplies of minor elements obtaincocoa output in the Caribbean degbli to Mnvive in Triiini.id at able by the trees from the delecllned to 46,000 tons in 1950—51. various stages during the lost riorating Trinidad soils, there havThis decline was even more m..rkthlrty years and thai Trinidad ing been no radical changes in ed In comparison with the steady ha* been able to command a Ihe genetic make-up of the trees rise In overall world production. premium." over the last few decades. In the current season, the Caribbean crop was only six per cen'. "There Is a danger in the prcsn. high prices and excess of deLack of good flavour in ferDf y^ lo[a j icnted tea has been shown to be a a i nB t twelv orld supply, per cent maud ow production, in that wc due to paucity of copper in the JQJQ 31 •re apt to lose sight of th, imleaves. It will also be possible to Mr B ;,„. ^ ^^ ^ d portance in the years to come of (nvestlgate in a lew £Or£J*M chno ln ^^ pr^uCn,, in Trini preserving ..nalily 1 Tiiiu.i;id WEATHER STATIONS CHRISTIANSTED. St. Croix. THE United States Weather Bureau hasj recently inaugurated a meteorological i iroadcast from Miami. Florida, with trans-1 -nissions exclusively in radio teletype. Dr. itafael Pico. U.S. member of the Commission, told the Caribbean Commission at its current session. Dr. Pico, who is Chairman of Puerto Rico's (Manning and Urbanisation Board, released ihis information during Commission consideration of the report of the first meeting of the Eastern Caribbean Hurricane Sub-Commission of Regional Association IV of the| World Meteorological Organisation. This sure that, the effects on flavour of different ria "d" from rf.ooo trim to itt£-Sl! ^eetinR. held at the Caribbean Commission's oiKcrncd. intensities of Insolation, as InfluTrinldad's share of world produ EonUntM wilh tins work and iincocoa tree, and of irrigation, tlon fell over the same pern K! fro,," I waa a follow-up to vCevious Commissionl>rove the t|u.ility of our cocoa." — -'%  %  -— -J '-""—..—-•—.Mr. Leach wn taking part In discussion at the IB3I COOOf ConC.R5. to submit mulching and fertiliser treatmenif. "It is the tlrm intention of the 5.1 per than half %  per ceni. More I ..ponsored informal conferences of area '••'•' : '""' %  <" '• %  ")"" %  >• Qurtttj toBH BI „,i prontotot pro.;„. ,,„„:,'.,.,,; Ptopsjbfk the Cocoa, chocolate and toniecgenies arising from its cocoa Figures lor coeoa export lioncry Alliance. Ltd. The Aliibreeding programme. By the time u JST|JJIULIL aiice has )usl pubUsood %  full rethese pnagenles come into bear^.oj IS[iS, he prweedings. togetliei log. our knowledge of the inheri, .„„, ~ %  ^•'zx !" ^^E*£%\' mMm e r per,s """s. h ^ !" ." de r !" port of i ith the bifbly technical papers lance of flavour character!.*I presented to the conference by may have advanced sufficiently leading agricultural scientists far to enable predictions to be Among ihose who presented made In ary later breeding pro%  %  I'rof.-soi C. V Sbepgrammes. It is al-o possi'.le thai hard, C3JL Vne-l'iuu ipal of the the proposed cocoa colleetun: exImpcrlal College of Tropical Agripediiion to Colombia and VeneCtllturo, Trinidad: Mr. K. W. tie zuela may find new brtedim? maW,tl 'J 1 :; L ^.oT ",%!?* ,Pr,aI to ntrod CP <"*,rablo '; Among those amending the consor P. Rangy CruL, Ol I.C.T.A.. vour qualities Into our prSMlM f cr ,. nco werf j how correspondutg decline. Trimfell from 24,000 ton* in 1V30 lo 7,000 ions in 1050. Mi byles pointed out that the percentage decline in Trinidad's cxpor s 111 1 been from five to on. ptr eriments conducted to dicover eastern end of Centeno Estate, remlltOO. I/.ndon. exactly what faeton 1X0 rSSponcently taken over by the Trini— B.t'.P. %  ecommendations which called for action by h,Caribbean Commission. The Miami broadcast is the result of one f these recommendations, as is the estabtshment by the French Government at %  uadcloup,? of a rawinsonde station. This station will play a very important part in he prediction of hurricane formations, and iprmit earlier warnings to be given. It will ilso make it possible to forecast the path of iiirricanes with greater accuracy, and give .'ivice of changes of direction, which prevI-1 Hair* have not been very satisfactory. The Caribbean Commission recorded its ippreciation of the prompt action of the 'Jnlted States and French Governments, and mted with satisfaction that Dr. Andrew Thompson, F*resident of Regional Associaion IV of the W.M C. had expressed ipprova] of the work of the Trinidad meetng. which, he said, had greatly advanced the cause of meteorology in the area. FAMOUS NAMES IN SHIRTS Including the ^Stylish English-Made CONSULATE' (Detached Collars) too, of course, for query mood, etvry ttccosion. GODDARDS EARLY!! THIS WEEK is Holiday Week. Thursday and Friday being lfolicl.iv*. we beg yon lo Phone EASLY for your favourite Our llVaciVrs Sav: Slupiil VWAosh I -cute— SIK—Now that the election campaign has got IlitCrosUns U WOll • % %  .lislresaing that the candid.. e of bolh poiiiiui | not •een St to address them" which B Tin* -.1 %  used to %  .iy is the AI ui from the itupldlty 'if ti. it does seem to be harmful to the candidates themselves, in that %  whnt th'-v ..re capable of doing or %  init of the pa %  'it people ..,.,•.'. %  • to dod-;> face up to them. There ;* ,.t prSSSnt Krave pub. faction over the educational system and the results over laa but I.-* voara, Buielj %  > CandldatO, who seeks cle.-tion should be able to address the %  %  < \ %  '< .. %  %  .he proposed remedies. Then there i„ the lack of proper social services and the I In establishing n %  nd j.ntinatal treatment for mothers is %  ayOM srha i %  . %  .shere it I, aUaflad Ui it there are iwo or three | %  '-eds some suKuestion for them. Tin .hether there will \~i %  n %  HI down or Hrhl ^!reet will • -'led and n maternity regret table that in | community where there ure said to be 1M2.000 people the only public hospital should have only 339 beds instead of 600. It > %  avsn more regrettable and especially when ,i labour Govern* ment has been conducting the affairs of Government for five yean that the one maternity Hospital costing in the vlcinltv of fVOOO (S24.0O0) should cater to the less responsible BOCtlon "f UM eOB%  ii It) without offering any sort 1 ernes lo the middle class. It is not to be understood that these people, should not be looked after M quits understandable why middle class people -honld be lenied a service which is granted lo other*. Than is also 'he ouestlon of tenantry roads. The Governmcn' Una example I" "he Pi'.e nnd the l'iv F.-';'iTenp"'ri"< tats to make private do the same for peopl-who ren from them This is a matter which could well be discussed on the public platform


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llllRMIW. Mtvr.MIU'.K S. 195) n\nn\iM>s ADVOCATE PAGE FIVE Eight Give Evidence In Larcenv Suit I 3ES Rave evkteqcc foi i Tlm.phiiis I'ains ol Welchnutri Hull. M Thomas. %  trj ''. Police with house hrwlring and larceny town properly. Dog Show Will Be Revived iitixtom t>n vis lHIM.lt LAST In :.. Mi Justice G. Counsel . ..'.. V, '.'. K i. iw.r General for the >nd Mr. r. !i.im ot the | #1 Tra aUetfinjf 1! i i Mai 26 Par ft* m kc li *tl r • pel HayrMa at St. toll an fiifhi tuin* ; % %  a Radio, %  pick-up and a hm<\ the progMBft) of I altcrnathe Agnrultu ir vmuAi I:\IUBITH>\ There will be . renewal Ihta yr:ir of the competition for dogs at the Annual Industrial Exh'lumn which takes place on IX.ber 5 and 6. the Secretary of munt nf receiving stulrn Advecaf* property— u Pye Radio and pickup thpre og the *ame to rtave been Tf! prosecution was Mr. Joseph % %  ( "Parkcs House". S< 1 Society |i yesterday Last van just a display of dogs. competition which was carried on some years ugo had ceased for some time. This year OMgnlsod bt Mr.'Ian %  '..." %  '. ..;;. %  -. %  ..eBerbe"n Ma_v 26 he left "Pa rites House'. St, Joseph closed for "Cai i ti house. Among the li*ft in the boil %  SltlRI sewing machine and %  ftarrad The radio wag bought for $178 and tba pick-up cos: about IM. He paid $60 for the ... do* Adrocafi Fiv. (up h.iv? been offered for romprtituin in Ihl section. One b 1 Messrs. Y de Lima Co l td for the best exhibit in the show; one by thr Agr.i-ullur.il Society for "" %  %  I %  exhibit, one i for the %  i Ltd roi UM Tuninu Kmih Scratched *3 r* the best pun in irk On M i il informaTi s.. ., said that entries he Polio and on June for the 11 on coming 17 about 8 o'clock in the morning In. He said thnt :. He* Urrnd with Uie Pyo presented by Barclays Bank iD.C i ink-up along with O.i for the best exhibit of fruit Imi i uately exwas won outright last the radio and piek-up <"a*tle tirant Plantation and th< i .rat* the Bank will be presenting I with. On the radio the I Dare* cup fot : dndlnj tuning knob was scratched. iBOVS* CLUBS PREPARE, FOR CHRISTMAS SHOW I'IH>I.OS Out Of Order After BeftVi Rains N'KARI.Y all of the Polka Boya' and Gl prepanni; In luivc .i t/linstm;i preparing KM these %  hows. rirluiin trw nlmn In cooking %  making and tower making hava beer Introduced at the Hay Strati Qirla' Club The inatructon are Mlai <; w Hams. Mrs K Knight, Mra 0 Symmond This Club has a mini! ; The girla are also taught embroidery, and knitting, The Club is partlv supervised by Policewoman Babfa ,.. ,., n. .nl il i .1 v> ,'. Tru o I l girls are dfcHDlaytng great ntiui /fe/flffP/IIO/YlfJCe iMiy %  of rain Igtitatown .1 ij night Th. night lfl use %  %  %  District "D %  plali MlnS Hup. W |he I. 'ji section. Messrs To Mr. FUrrov.. Mr. Ilaynes AIr hi-r-n ft de Lima haw pieitat,i. m ..v.-i (he n. -w ilassc-. said that the M-rva.nl had lock., .up foi the l*-.t exThe Spelghtttown Boyt' club Ur.MKMi.UANi f. DAI f I ad up Varbaa Houseand hil>n h (S thv MiiMigaH Boys' CluO %  %  ^ y ll the %  .mi about what had The competition foi augai end ready piinat a few mi bcellencj die Qove r Bu happtaad in UM bu-. When m o lM e ei has been ra-ornnlsod from cricket, the AJIrad Bavaga ^iii laj he wrnl to "Parkes House", he The competitions previous!) %  : ... lin active pnrt m table 00 noticed that a window HM.II foi pllUlUUoa while crystal sugar tennis and gardening. It has 45 A 6 usual. Church authority is tci feel from Se ground "no straw crystal sugar have mrm bera. 35 0 f whom attend have been invited to hold ipcci^i "• broken L-IU! a pane of ceased and in1 their places will be rv-uUrlv. .e Uirounlioui the islaiic ,-lass ,, out. He had h-u.M ; ' r.tdlM from Mr. P. r. %  %  j ition Hill !' %  S i'hihp ll patta m %  '' daru %  inch and l* £ l ucj 28 pan. and St. J-hn one Ineh ind 14 | Libel. Slander Action Filed %  :-AlN Rails K Le ..1 l .• %  '. ..: %  %  dud ot \ .. uluire who r %  I'rani I 1 leer, and then is keepiiw up t.> the high iradiUom 1 M K unar in hhi quaatl G iven meni well according to a recent n| in tn. local preaa the Mimsiet nl Agjrt* .uliinrecetVed %  rase of beer fo hddng perl la %  ntnaaarcial ad' 1 .iinpaign for a brand \ dl • nn the Sec ret a r md led whethei the cmdini ,,f the Mlnta hsr of AgricultiiK forms to smh tradition^ The copj 1 < the .1 • q 1 was signe. 1 Mi Kumar and baa %  the (incite ootoe bg him it 1. not known •rtnthat 'he gpeakoi • ai pewmtt UM qawatson in tabled la n1 ouru U. 1 Oea* la now In! Devi* A ChtaaMt, Ad.i 1 Carlb H'r that then Mi Caril 111 Uieir ireeni rompatiiioii v. ..(i'l> %  !: %  friendly en-operation M prarnoUng a local pn-i 1 etng mentioned, suggested "i 1* u-iid.-.! 0aee4$e has apalagiaad Mi Hi ran '• % %  en) in v 11 Minister ol Agn.ullure has nu 'i aetloa agani-i Mt Kumar 1 el and slander. '*/•, *afcIn the treatment of tarcoptic mar.je In imall animalt Tetmoiol' 11 invariably effective At the mcrtt. two or ihraa application^ are required and moreover during treatment no ipecial dotation it ncccmry TetmcHol' it non-greaiy. non-ilaininr, and hat no .bnociout smell. TETMOSOL' 'etraethylthiuram Monosulphide Solution (25,1 :MP€RIAL CHEMICAL (PHARMACEUTIUL:) LIMITED A WOl. J.J %  •HMUOW 1). -fft and OiilritKilo/i A. $ HHTDIN g SONS MANCHI1TIK • AH8A0OS' LTD hre Pye v Mir. he Mi-i.ii' ..1 the %  IUMK of the radio broujtht by the Police. i for CM N yellow grocery sugar. cup for the, clear straw Ml PCS. MalTci told court that he i* she sole iflent lor in Itnrbndos and on 19 IMI ha Mid Mi .1 11 eight tube radio Mr, Haynes again came ti> hnn on 20 1950 and iKiuaht another eicht rube Pye raeVo When be sold Mr. Hi ili> he had | Garrad |i)rk-up nnd he handed him two plugs. The serial number of the lust 8*1,403. To I nuestion MalTci said that I ^ nl never at iny UBMJ done business with the accused .Ai'i sold him a Pye Ixtrimer Applewhite said thai M ihe a l o u d uo "Parhea m Instruction frwn Mr. This was about 4.S0 I"-' When MM I'nished closing Ihe place, she MOM to Kef home KC!.J?S which is unite near the Horn regul Clnase* Th e two mlnnfcM sUence srul b< Ctaaa | % %  %  *"" has been presented bv MeagTI ^fP^nlry. tailoring, m .1 making 1 Musson Son a Co Ltd.. and *"reiiuie V] 0B0ROB1 Noe 7 H.livl was ciuickly Ittetujhl a bda lie Hhonde. on ui northi 1,1 QrenadBi, who reported %  dlaeose attacking the 900 ( ,f cattle kept on UM 1 I official part) caanprtauuj the Benlor Laboral n> :. %  %  Department offlcet Publl "^POSr EARLY FOR J AX XMAS I *WEATBHuTIAI^J lllst thr OKI s,.o ill W \**nl to i-M-i | rent lrlend*\\\ etetlves abroad 'd n... horn. W %  AND I'MM IM \\\ 1.1 \111m VOVH iits^ The District "C" Boys' Club. fatiOO will stand f"i UM Mamo work DctMXUnenl %  -. m AK \ —t IL.. f..^l. .1 .1. 1.. 1.. it RF.MEMBRANCESUNDAY IN GRENADA I it bj ., ixtllarj ii-\ braced 1 the pond rreci I %  1 If im 1-' Mb* .1 u. the othan 1 ili St Philip bag 17 members. On rial of the fallen and [h. 1 Monday classes were started In "*U antruat to the Lord's keep shoemaking and tailoring, Ai'•>*. thoBa who havi ready the boys have thnvini: taTMO Of JuttlOa ai veget a ble gardens and they are When the ununpa.ei rrom Uu given rili^if.uloettin by InPolice Hand sound UM L Spector Ch..iuih-i The indouI*"st. the congregation BrIU keep wlui \, ,,„. wr n ,„, UM games are cru-ket. draughts, sileni lot two mh l< TI ., ., Medicines wan dominoes. an< %  followed by Ihe trumpetr ^'£. u AJ;l?£*£2I. T "??" a *" ~ IM Sparrock 1. m ihaige of the era soundiim 'he u „ IU eUanlng of the v iT UkOKGbS, Nov. T, Club. Miss I Kirttm and Miss prayers will then be sni.i foi.,,,,,1.. ( Besides the usual church serG Bushell are airangtog UM wad bj HytnO 172 (A AM) vices on Remembrance Sunday. Christmas programme* at Bbfef the BlSsatng, The Holy Euc*-arNovember II. there will be a Club. 1st. The Collects, The Epistle Parade Service at Tantcen at 10-30 p.c I, A. Forde, who was The Gns|>el. The InterCd i"i ind am. after which there will be a formerly in charge Of UM District lln.tlly ih, March Past by Ex-Servicemen. A -. Boy 8 club and who is asslstllll CKEB1 It \RR\|Xls U.K. Sugar Ration Grn i*3" ,n ,n arranging the Club's Camp Fire At Senior*, bugle About 9.30 p.m. the same day place at Se/itors ilantaI she opened front the kitchen and %  I Brace Vale Factory. When she got up the staircase she that the bar lo a door was The next morning she noticed that the window against the telephone was broken. She searched ihe house and found that the eight tune Pye radio, the pick-up and Singer sewing machine were m i ssi n g Set. Hendeiion attached to i %  Police ItaUon, %  Id thai on May 27 he received a telephone nu-age and went to Parke.-t House, St. when he -aw Mr. servant Lorimcr Applewhite. She made a rtaternent to him. He examined n window wfilch was pointed out to him. The inner noitlon of the win_ dow was completely broken off b v vcar y,, and a pane of glass In the 'i' W oridcentre was out. %  i-iliers. VOtontaer Constabulary. G.B.SS at Gun Hill, is now allache.1 to Cadets. Boy Scouts and Girl Central Station. He is clerk OukMs The iJtsx Post and HeMajor R Craggs, Fire Offleer, veille will be sounded by R W F who is ROW respons.llI H UM %  dnuntatraUon nf the ciuiw A dctachm.nt Irom UM 1. LuNlHlN. Nov 7 bados Regiment, the Barbados .1. nday Ma) J" police 1 %  Lloyd new 1 will • Police station with the Polio 1st Mi NormaB Dodds Dortfoa i %  Cathedral il 10 In %  ol Ihe eareatnenl wl m on tbair m 'v to UM I IheCubs, whan he wiu increase 11 Colonel Oliver Broadcust.Poppy Day League App< k al drai. the datac farn e n l will ( by w;.v ot Bpry Street. Ooh to the C'-i %  pass along St. MkhatTl Trafalgar Square, Broad Btraoa and Prince William Rani Besides the wreath the Governor Will lay, others will be l.ini by the Commandant of UM con Resd%  SPEAKING over Radio Rediffusion last evening. Col. R. W. Oliver made this Poppy Day League Appeal : ioc a | forces, the Offleer Another year has none by To-morrow is the thirtieth manding the Bai anniversary of Poppy Day first held in 1921 and it will ment and by oher organ* be the thirtieth occasion that the Empire has set aside ^_ a day for remembrance of those hundreds of thousamU of men — arid women — who died 01 who were wounded in the Great War. Nowadays we Include those Small Pensions unfortunates who died or who " „ „„ suffered other distress in the War Lasl ycui mnrr lna 3S ,n "" ,. — sold throughmit the In Barbados over _. $7,000 was raised. Our local in hiamli was enabled to assist 7-" > HI ..1.!. % %  1 c iivii. nn n in disVOTS8' fOJtGBD l\ TKIMIiXU sugar ration' question mtghl %  1 %  1 %  %  : DIED SUDDENLY i %  ; .-., Barrow %  .' 4.30 pi ,. %  %  C, Illutson. An enquiry WJ begun yesterday || linicd. DECRBE NISI In orl fu Dl 'he Brit 1st,Xegion are as great as T. and the need for funds, year refore grow no less. know the 1 story In-hind"^ mspira^ • %  sslthotsgili tiw which gave us the poppy mblem of remembrance. Poppy Stor POKT-OF-SPAIN amount of 00001 I %  at the end of IBM was ( pensions and Ml.M4.72e. So soys the report %  •— CornmlMtOCam of C urren On June 1/. he went n_^ n ol UM a ce u s ed with oth< %  tablee and made search. On going to the side door During the second battle the accused asked him to produce Ypres in the Great War an A: the search WarTOnl This he Offleer. Colonel Mcll.ie had a %  1 going into prcmoniuon of death. He had he noticed a P>e seen enoug*. of war to know that grants are. pitifully small send £500 to the central Haiic '" Fund of the British U-gion. I s2,0o0.000 wonder if you know that the "P doll nt. DB04 Id %  clothl up. that was covered There was also a if.nlio Identified 1 ked the accused how he the incessant bombardment of picktrenches, the murderous blast of machine-gun (lie during an attack, or in the misery of filth mud were accounted %  notes of "< % %  "' tlighetl pension we are able 10 ' "" '' %  V pay he 1 %  .to an V.x'''• ' l,J,,K nu to notes amounted i<> $3.547 more the pitifully small sum o* 8.00 than the eotlmatod $^00,000 ind a month. Not enough lo pay UM the I rent. Sint amounted t>. t7t,Thls fine movement started as IfiC. The revaluation of tnOt relieving Ih. diSlrOM n.i.U -.f UM MatO BSCUflty Fund following the first War This last at the end of last year reaullI He. %  used now nc wcir verv B i((ht Hc wpj had obtained the radio and medical officer and whilst he sat pick-up and BM 1 epi;. *-down to waft for She first casuaire nuue." The radio and ,, M to „„,, ln hr wrote thi* hkh dogged men day In War*of'7ut'"a few years ago prohi a^ net increase 0/ $177,361 day out. the chance* of survival ducrd „„,,,, B mi (u< m casualties ..latlon lthe DOOi pick-up were taken to "Cai i.K.k" UM b-;ach house at which Mr. end Mr.. Haynes were staying, and Mrs. Haynes after operating the Pye radio identified the pick-up as her ; sporty. The accused who was also liken along in the Polu%  gfl taken to MM District 'F S'ation where he waiiged* adjourning the Court ICC Tsvl. poem 1 his field pock 1., ,. Wf purr to. hll In tnr .%  till *llv l|!:H4 fiId anudit U< sum brlnw r aae anon ees •-> mall dawn, uw au **(• g\n* dead and woundcsl of BrOfMrt i .-.'merits at that date, men-ln-arms. We who analive During 11*50 forgenes oi not** and well through the ecraftl Of were dotecled and charges proMiose who fell, can show our | cr red against three persons i.nd gratitude by giving generously .onvlction was secured in tomorrow. Every penny you can ,., BMMMn Of spare will be devoted to helping |(I|(V Hre Mt y(1) s itii ,,,.. leg in keepyYaaor. Mr A H W It L. Gwatkin. In rUndvra ami* Tahv up our qu.rrt-l. •HI. t" for j h*i.. l %CM w. |t>m n> vaun lo hold II hM>. • lUi u> wtia air. Wr uill 11c' >li-rp (ho* puppl— Sic !" nel1< He who lost 1 ing your world free, or who need* the skill of plastic surgei him a new face— • him walk in hi*, t.11 r.%  %  There may not be enough popes to go round tWllOriOV Sored that the _. killed the next day. but thought behind it is an appeal to %  Id the JIT> that llat Court Old the words he wrote were taken you to give generously | last ee uj, b v the millions who lived and grandest cause the Worlo ha M expected tomorrow we again honour the --ver known—to keep alive those %  he would merrroi' of UlOM who kept thi rTarad 1 to keep Bed them to come prefaith. ..live. I .red. Thi inelled. ^ ,1 ; KITES OT tXCHASGK I s 11. \ NOVKMHfH T IMI q %  as as IKht nr.ns at t 1 1 < urraaei si > si*. Hon 11 tdge, sir Allan CoHymoi deeree nKi in Ihe oal ,1 r o. K> %  N FOUNDATION OLD BOYS' MATCH Tn* Pound*! on !' %  > I %  %  nt Crti % %  place a School to-o ag 1 in when the foUowu .ii repreaenl UM Old I i Marshall M ipt .. s Cba %  .irriv N Harris, M Pa %  IIIOW, K Clarkt ind L Thomas >\\ITll LUBfJ HallrU I /.l|'p Kr> i MM Hand ... ..MI. OJ 4.ill .ifaVWSBl l.lil! .;.! \ -. Sff OUR FINE DISPLAY KMI.IILS in. I kKry fai I 4 UM Paaeea Poekei Maidcurf I lull Knife in rasa. Masnlf>liis Qlaai in Cm M* Poefcrl I.lrtionsry . Shopiiini I .i %> 1 eeee Loaf Not* n..k \\\ 11. n Orsae ba Oeas ( ideiS Hand Hsr 1'nr.rs r. nk 1.idin Ogea taaBMi BtMa-aaag Paraai tomb in Use *:i kinds) t eeah and 1 ih111 Case BewUaj Bel Hook Marker \.s Oaaaa. I oh.t. 1 ..> l*i>a.li II II 11011 .1.. 1.1. Bn Cases oi i:\ixt. On SATURDAY loih 1951 NOVEMBER The Mow IMI.I Shot Store \ M No I. I I Slreel. 1. M,* '',,.,. M .II. 1 11 iih ihe Mil 3 ol IUrhadi In Odour Bkjtl VValleLs nilh thr Ma f WeM taeaea t usrrMe Oaeae wilh Co eared fan ol ii*iu.oi. ille I'mul'i ( ni"|ii. 1% ivith caloerad vims Bar ha dm Chromium CtgaMtl (aMgO| i> Mb MM Craet id 11111.1 VVa thank our i ..(ill liuW ervta it ou 'mill for IheU berieilt. thcim kind patilK'r them improved ItCore which has been VVa trust your kind lupporl will continue In the .lo ''hroinio 11ll. hadov All tlo ••mall and 'wntlnc an MaUh Box ( |h.. ( ret f H.i &€£€$> HOUSE OF SERVICE •larva <;tfu *rr cs* U park for/ .1 Ihe* are r ptneMi prrtwel '•mi 1 H ' UfOI 1 aoa4 %  1 v 1 K) a 2< m i \* von r.vT '• -I'M _T* MOIIMOU %  'ill TIH RIMWVT* --. VWWArVW%rVr."",n^^r\rWr" > l ZBIIII1 MAIM' J IIP. Ml % S FOR BEST RESULTS USE i'i III.W (lions IN THE CHECKER BOARD BAGS H. Jason Jones & Co., Ltd—D..inbui.. \ %  sWrWyvyv'/AVWVW %  Ktogsieaisd ,<•! KiJini Mood *cM lo vW| her lundmoihi' no lued in t muill hoo WU onsing h.ipri> ' Jie uipped aloag . Rut s bigbad -0H.4Red Riding Hood and rin 10 the fnndmolhcf'* cotlsat. Wl>en Rod Kidmf Hood srrrvsd. h poun>xd on her and ated. "Aha* Now I'm S*Mn| 10 eat >ou up'" and othaA bomdttful AILJIHA ion tadkA b H 1 fKJOLA We have recently opened an entirely new slock "Wail'" cried Red K ihi pulled out a d'th of Royal Pudding from her baikcl. Ihe wolf lued 11 to mucri. he f*l Puddmi' o economical -and 1 nuimioui Treat your famdy 10 Kjii! PasaBBg ti-jj. iese famous Shoes in an assortment ol Ine most beauhful styles. BLACK, NAVY. BROWN, GREEN SUEDE. WHITE BUCK with Cuban and spike hwais a wide range of styles. NB-Our prices are cheaper than others CAVE SIIIPIIIICII A <<>.. LTD. IO. II. 12 A i:i Hi.....I MrrM



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PACE six BARBADOS ADVOCATE I HI'lisI) \* M>\ I.MIII.K . 1951 HENRI BY CARL ANDERSON Canada's Wonder Remedy Is Here Again-To Stay! MICKi-Y MOUSE BY WALT DISN' BBISHJiry BLONDIE BY CHIC YOUNG For CHEST COLDS, RHEUMATISM. NEURALGIA, ARTHRITIS NEURITIS ECZEMA, BURNS, SORES, PIMPLES There*! aotUu like Bvaklejr'i White Bob f<>r breaking up a iiKlit cheat eon orer nlfht, or NirVMnp the %  tabbing, I puin of rlu 'nriiiitiMM, arthritia. neuritie, nauralbjia. stiiT nure I:..,ii or the mitrr.. oi Urea aebifltg feet Joel rub il Into the lore -!> %  '•> the i fasted ohetl oi aehinf, tired muscle*, loci reel tie peon and loreneai reniah in a natter of nuotea. BueUey*a White bib Ea ;. aeisotlflo preaeriptloa containing !( aceree Ingredieata, earefnllj Nleeted lor their proven thetav peatic rain It etiiwnlatei circulation, breaks up eaDceetioo and reueree pain. Hnaia and toother, loreft pimples and tired raBT We rnarantee MOKE relief In LESS tune or your money baek. ItMKIIW exaimaas WHITE III II STAMP CATAl METAL CAH BOXES SAW rnJ-s rNGrNKW. FU.ES STOP WATCHTS .•s.:'.'.'S.'S.:::'SSS''S''-'>THE LONE RANGER BY FRANK STRIKER STAY WCOC WITH THE MCSfcS.TO'.TO. CLLGO 4SID€ THE JAIU TO MAKl Sot SAO DOESHT JFBE aTBS. rrsTncr T.K.T. UOLP iftanz -3ftlACBttaNATTeAT TO rtAOU 4A*ETV' ItWCP POWN Ne*e AN OUTPOST Rjn.Tuev ALMOST GIVE UP MOPE OF KUCHIMS IT-WUIM A OJPPtN SANP-STOBM ovce TMSM -me scree* NttPEP TO MAKE A Cft(H .. S3 COLD Manly* It • fjM bed-iime drink and bttlpt you ro Uccp soundly. And nothing oold he nloer ... Marilyn ii creamy milk Jcliaou-lv flavoured, and entuhcJ with ener filing *ugai, mah and vea*r. BOVRIL QUALITY PRODUCT ftO >KKI) TO Aim MILK on SVGA* MAHAI.YX .1 REAL TUHUA.KR 11 THE SINISTER MAN By F.DO\K WAUACS ON SALE AT ADVOCATE STATIONERY IT PAYS YOU TO DEAL H ERE SPECIAL offers to all Cash and Credit Customers for Thursday to Saturday only USUALLY NOW USUALLY NOW Robinson's Fruit Squashes (boisi 1.28 I.Ill Farrows Peas (Una) 25 5151 P.F. Roses Sweet Biscuits M 1.47 I.HO Oak Powdered Milk M 80 72 26 re



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TiiiRsnw sovrMnr.R a. IJI mnmnos \nvor.\TE CLASSIFIED ADS PACE srvKN lELEPHCNt 250* T'., charge tot I .rranowi%  % %  ..-. %  •I M on %  nt-dM and f 1 i*> on Sundava I earl* rr •aor* OP -*I-OJK ar.u I r.t, |.r oi* m Bui"'%  OddlUe-. I * % %  . FOT au'h*. Marr'aa* %  ri gag-nx-n onnoun-cBi.nl. in Carlo Callingth*"!• !• 13 Cr. fc. *n r.ui'iWr of KtxiU up to M and %  cent* par word for eac. eddlltoial -.orJ Trim, ,-a.-. floeI9M bH*ni • H and p m )l 11 for lleaU. S.i'.-. ...,.4 p m I -III! || \| | e. OfI, 1 %  Erl, Pa IMI 1 i trR'M. io\ • %  I %  Wreath, -c.fpua ;it Funeral Pa J o clock %  anutid CMTtRtOsal 'hufl %  v .. \i %  ro SAU Meataa. cheep. SO n Jktd.ni uo-d* H>II a ar— AUTOMOTIVE — %  II IMI y .;. %  •. —i*i> a rage Dial MIC CAP Hover IB H r %  %  -. -, %  hroiighoot .i> %  ata 1 ..i h) cfti.d oe apprenated App!> •J • For m !" w.aaa • 1 M—t f n KLrXTkiiAI. HADW-Om J Valve H M V Radi i ggaauai Ha 0a. HI... Wmm DM Dial 1*1. T II M I I n HA DIOR (lo10 1i ib. Fatio m prrt.ct condition. lovclv Cabinet i l one "PhUco %  I lube modal, earndlttoi, aa new No reeeonablc olt-r refuted Apply The Standard Agency iB'doa. Co l Swan Street Dial MBU 4 II Mr An LIVESTOCK %  Bank Mall i Flan*. A IN MEMOHIAM T.. bun* | The da' w* do not lhl.1. % %  I* lery haid lo It.iJ cr l.> In HIT,, inhered by John U ramsnA* 1 Han. who died on November Rn 1IH I HRMI is • lu died in* MM %  On* vaar ha* p***ed *inrr lhat aad day I mi called away God took him !.. %  But in .. ,-ih Mill l "K-mbrnd by Notma Penco. icillr Uakiol. IMd.. l.**r* i*i*tor*>. nold ciwuitan brother.. Will CUrk* i N (lark* >a>int< %  II 51—In MIMIIf nving mamory of oiir drai p other MM Chrlatlna Julia Hind*, who %  in ltd%  Wool b* thy te*t. And pi."e*t. %  in Hu keeping Angela ihall guard th> ilreplng dual I fea Id her Iruit /ina and thy deep repoao %  ••I rOM I M M>.. lUdw I....C. fcgberl Alden. Oiaiiv.ll.. -nd Van It %  : %  I and TJ.C Redman laona-iivln | and OarHtMkl idnuifMn*-iti-lBWi I II M—In I (li. HIM IIOUSKS lwv*r Coaal. nawibull! l.diowtia Fully furin-i-d All n>odrrn convpnivia-ra From 1*1 January IflU. Dial ZkM 1 II J|—an H 1 SI—I f n. PARK VIF.W IVprr Ibvb.H'k Rlraat 3 btdl^Itu. Phone fM • II M -Jn LOST A MM AH LOST POCM I %  Bltrh alao two BHaMaaUg %  Abardern Call MECHANICAL T\ I'f-WIUTBU—Ono Royal PorUbia \ plWI —l, piactwally new. with milTl martin aW alao ona la inch Carriage SUndard % %  fnarnwod" typawfllar, vary iillk' uard No raaionablr offer ief .etl Apply Tha Standard Agcni > H .1.. CO 14 fta/an Street Dial MM g II M—Sli WA"HtNG MAClllNUt ana VACUUM I'LF.AM'KS Anuthel >hlpf If 40 each The Standard Agen.y Tha undenlgiird win %  *. Libhc Competition al Ihelr office. No I High Street. Unrig*!..... tha llth day of November. IMI. at 2 The mraiuage or dwrlllng-houat known ( HARMONY ll.AU Arrea. M P.r.h.. 0l toerd. .Itu.le near Top Rock. Chrl.l CT.urch, the rcaldrncr ol Ilk A Clarke The rfwelJIiig-hnuie ( -.i,(,ii,. Open \rrandah. Drawing and IMnlng Rowiiia. Bedroom.. Toilet jnd Hath. Kil.h.n Pantry Garage and Servant. Inipcdloii I | Thin-1. only, between the rumi. ..( • or further paitl ( .. i ii uSS IM m l< .\OTI(KS NOTICE r4Rli.ll OF ST ANDRtW I IfTRBBY GIVE NOTICE lhat I ha v. aalablKhed my office al Turner. Hall Plai'taUon Office hour* Tueaday. Wrdnradav and Thundaifrom II a in to 1 p m F A IM.II.\H VI. J P %  i,.n,lng OnVer, Pariah of St Andrew i II Si lln NOTICE rAjuaa OF T LVOT Having been appointed Returning ""-'I lor Ihe Piri.h or St. Lucy. I hrrr>* gne rtdUoa that m* onVo la catabll.hed .1 the Selah Bo>.' School, aciiirdhigly B E BARNFTT • II M 3-1 NOTICE CAT Male Gin I MrvU anawi Ginger SnlUhle R. %  LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE 'tn AMI kv:i>\ \t %  lawi of Jan.ei Whailo Ttnanli'. ChnM Chu: III.1..Iivii-n Ol M l.i-im I have eatabllahrd my offk>e al Andrea* Factory. Mondai and Tn.n.dayi gam lo J p m J C KkSG. Returning Officer. St Joaaph T II SI.in Ill A.hbv Allrtne. M | gBMl Ml board and • v with -nedroof atlaenad at ^t Philip, lor permlrelon to um tie aald Itcenae al a board, ahlogled ."id galvaniard .hop attached to reeidenre r.i Boaide-i i l t.-hii.i Church %  ii %  laTiOKR. F-aq glali it* I" 1 I' .Sgd JAMES WHAHTON. %  V|.. .LI .ii.t '. 11 Tin. application will be ton• ideied at Ihe I.Keiu>Ing ( I a* BO held on Monday. IMh dm I NOTICE PARISH OF ST THOMAS I hereby give notice that I hav* itahllihed my office al Belvedere near I Ridgeway. It. Thomoa. Office houra Tuesday*. Wadneaday id Thuradaya t 00 am. — II a.m. DOUGLAS HAYNES. Returning OffU-er Parlth of Si Thoma* 7 II.SI—3n. IMI DaH t ivh. VERY POPULAR ol M.-.i. M ,D\r %  pr> Roon.y Ea*> to keep clean and modRAVE YOI BOO Kill 1. DEANE. Ve.tr. Cletk. noun: LICENSE NOTICE The application of Jamn Sandlford of %  •ivne* Bay. St Jam**, for permiaatoi lo atU Spun*. Mall Liquor*. aYc at i Bay. st Ja moDated 1MB Hth da. of November. IMI To %  H NUBSK Eaq Police Maglf.iate Diit "B"—Holetown Signed LESLIE BAIRD. for Applicant \' 11 Thai application will be conLtcenting Court W be rn Id I %  fJapulBl E' Holetow %  he Mtn day of |l. at II oclork. a m S If NUrWB. IM III II SAIIS REAL ESTATE %  BOSVIGO HOUSELagle |l*II Hood. %  >i -aid all ancloaed THE DWE1.1JN.. Open Veiandaba. Kncluaed Ga ii mfc and Dining Room. 1 Re,; %  F .ntr> %  kur-rwun agg -p_| fell .rTha Guvernmenl Water a* well aa WinaBn.li %  | for garden* and l..*n Garage lor 1 Can. and Servant* rooma. A portion of the bid .. Coroanul Treea. Guava treea. M.n... OOO*. O oMen Apple Ireea. and BrMdfrutl tree* and anolhor poM. of land pk.nt.-d %  OFTERdl IN WRIT '•} the underaigneii llth da' ..f N.ivember, at •etKlor doe* nul band her., i He htgheat. or BJa Inapt eta a •".day eacept Sunday* on applrfation to Mi. Hanachell. Tel. IMS lor further particular* and i uugRlln f aale. apply toCOTTLX. CATIXlRD X CO. NO IT. High SI.eeV !.,,. %  -, ,: "-WAMIII EYAMTO>. Top R,-k, .t.nding on hall -" acre, having 4 bedioom. Dt.u.ig Mgd v .. |. ..„.| U .. ,,|, ,,..i Tollrla '..l Rain. -Ilh Mcdrm Kitchen Out.Me I i Servant.Room. Children'* PlaV Room, The Qard.M.. aie %  The above Ploperlv can 1. dealred With po*> Situated < lull)Fui MI. lied If %  1 HELP I 11 al-Er. 5 „ t \ kajogaoM ai o Advocate IES1DCNT MFMIST A Re**4en I %  a per aeaauan in unt n*J will he rrc.-lv. n jart culnr %  %  Law A Conneti TYPnrr AM peiean with written application lo Sof> retary Dowding Eatale. ft li ltd Bay Street 3 II 31 *, l*Sf F... 1 11 In H rgoriHTT Thedwelllna I r %  1 Dnlaiiniig led.. %  %  %  alei. drawing and dining rooma. Kitchen Tone! and Hull. rooma. Oarage. ha I Land .uft.cienl to build 1 Bungalow* Hlghe.1 offer nut Inipcctlori to J pm Telephone 11X3 for further paiti.ua.. 3 II SI 7n THFATRE MANAC.KR A Managet for Ihe I'l A/A nilWTHE Harbaree* Applv hi ^i the office of CARIBBEAN Tlll.VTKEa LTD -The Bar % % % %  % %  l-otwen the hour* l %  a m and IS noon. % %  ..pplicitmn* treeitod %  .drmr 4 II M In i.ii ana MTATTV1 Full Urn. r*ri %  Iriiran.e Co In M.ih...... %  .a II. in.llr.' of.lldeo.-e Apply: %  Imuiance Underwit 3 II SI -.n "HORN-' The under.igned will off.i I ... IT. High Slreel Bridgetown day Ihe gth dJy ol November. IMI at 1 Th* Collage known aa ••ROflN". In i* in Avenue. Stralhceyd. If Drawing and Dining Houii... | ll.d n.m* iformeily ll itti ,11 no.inn invenlmcea. and the land ., erMrl II aland*, containing .110 .qu.ur (eel. WHck i. fully ri-li.d Imp-clion on application lo R A Corbtn. General Trader* Lid For londltlou* of Sale, ippj i.. COTTIX. CATTOHD ft Co il lo M an nilklMl HllM\ Situated al Top Rnrk. having 1 bed.* with connoctlni Toilet, and Balh* Large Ha Icon *. Iiavlng ., view to the Sea Lnunge Dining Room. Modern idI Car Oarage. 1 Servant*' Quarter*. Toilet and Hath. Laundry Thla rW-.idn.ce ha* Bnlll-ln-CuplMard* irronghcint U %  .-i Eictiu ttpra >'MH. .... aady imtalled He.dy lo. i aa i ami no Further particular* apply ,lph Beard Phone Si 10 AKTION am uiatrucled by the Earrulor* of the F.t.1, n f J.me. E Seal*, deroaowd to tell S i I. the opr* al ii Ave N. w Orlgoni, SI Michael nn Tin ndai %  PUNT, IMI Sale I o'clock. -I IMiNAUl I.AMI 1 Auctioneer a il si—an UNDER THE DIAMOND HAMMER On Thur*day the Mh November IMI I f O'clock al Ihe Court*.' Garage will • aold by Auction' ona Vauxhall 11 :ar Term* Caoh DARCY A SCOTT Auctioneer II Sl~4n UNDER THE IVORY HAMMER J In.lructlin, ,-,-e.ved 1 Will aell on I'ort Ho)al Garaae. SI Michael'. Row. li IMI Analia Ford I IIP. 'Damaged n arcidenli Term* Ca.h Bale at I VINCFNT (.lllllllii. Auctioneer. 4.1141 in UNDER THE SILVER HAMMER %  AMI Pi wovi yinis T1'F.I>AY it'i. 1). A Q lSale Aherrtare Chn.t I TUESDAY Mil Mr. <;..,.,•* Clarke lair Horrno I I urch THUI'SDAl Mh viP BRANKtR. TROTMAN A CO. Aucllnncrt'. UNDER THE SILVER HAMMER TUEeil)' %  I of in G Leorock we will nell hi. : Aberdare Chriit Chui. I Include* Good Dining Table <*cat I0>. Upright and Arm 0>air*. Flat Top De.k. Sideboairi. CM i Mahog Morru Chair* with P laaTrOJ In Q M irhW Shell. ..ol... ll.-... Round T i> Top Table. Hall Table Upright Cl..n, Ornamenl T.l.le. ii, atajuNM Sleep Bad: Pv* Radio and Plrh-up 'good', Ping Pong Table. Gla** and China. Dinner and Tea Serviere: Plated Ware. Verandah ('. eralor i|B ii-.nO.*' and a We-Imghou.. Refngeraiior In workUuj order. M T and Enam Top Table*. Beautiful Old Mahog Linen Praaa. Cheval Gla>; Deak. Di ing TablM. Mlrd Pre Book.hell In Mahogany. White Painted Divan Bedatrad* and bed*. Canvaa CoU. Bangle Iron lledaleada. On* Burner Valor S*ove. Kitchen Table*, land. i Garden T—>! %  Wheel-Harrow. Lawn Mower. R '"d oUier Sale II M o'rlock Tern* raah. KAME-ha*. 1KOTMAS CO. i H B One Motor For Every 92 People In O.W.I. DJ 1KOIT. Tht'ui. inn' motor vi-iiu lo M paopla irho ll*n In % % %  %  eomEaUod b) ih US. A fact AxsociaiiKi' .it l)< troll The i.>i .i I. | %  %  Vrhli IfJt gjlaf] I' UM W, ' % % % %  . 1H.253 v.-.11 iioiuik 1 in. .ST ." in ivaia csrs. 5.2H2 coovinrclaJ n IW AI ii..oil nd < %  ( lhe> scull. -. wbrCfa tu %  %  I %  %  W.rlil Avi i i iTlni.onhniii tbi %  n %  -..-I aKf "n...! H plo). The Wast i %  % %  ,.,.'.,. IH-IIIW UM arOrld UM ertrld II. in li worm off for mot." for example, which has al iifth <.f tha i.ci|>kii,iii..!i ..f UM whole World, hal not many more' inniois ui.m UM Waal In g ii .HI BVtjnan n( ona n I ttn every R.7*s Innal The "motor pofHiaeAton 1 <>' rVoat ] 1S.776 in 4.2S5 HI British Oul .'I.. 4 ii. i in liiidados, 2,617 In I M %  in st Lucia i in .. pu illation I iUid M.ihnmaa erv bel off. pjrlUl %  FMorda 8( V the WOfrai off. willi on!. motor foi i\.i. ):i: paopla Other Colonies < np.ili-il ith Otbai Hlltrh Coloniul territories. On %  :l off fol % % %  "-• %  u Kaoyi %  %  i % %  901 of the pOpUaftUoE other All,. show Tnurh battor tinuies. In the United Kuii[it""i itself, tha tvi aac is one MIIK -le f.u every U paonia Nc.'illy ..II tin' inerrml VehtelfM in use m |ha West indies art import the United States, corn). (la*. ci.iiunE finiii l!r it dollar raatrktlona koap the rate of impoits down In IMO. lor example. UM U B %  only HI can and commeni.l -• the whole of UM Bl II I i : i r %  i i B took 19. Trinidad i look 11 %  no mercial > i Bl .iiili t. n i !• •No i -oinn Back It U Hie Workiil< I i— Thai rounls Bi9ye4,V it In his that i %  %  %  . i.iknig the opportunitv to talk to %  .order to a* thinlupiMrt Mr. % %  %  l.K-1. %  %  I I•Vho had ii. : :Mow thf %  take UM ConSJt UM rkin,j If that %  | %  %  %  who hud the U brought th*3 n...-' %  %  l. Hi hal:itIE8. Elr. IILVM'S Pr. Wm. Hrr. t :: Dial JIM I For Would u apply to ineas., %  it myself on what is pi %  aid .nether hi Centi -\ %  .. %  i that a gtatemenl in. this subject WOUld (i %  oinm^ | 'he next rortJllgnt. Regardinit the futura ol Colonial Dovalopmanl Corj LytMHon said he had had conwtth Chairman of Uw tilnk we %  I" > %  lion at the mon.. T.ay vlatt ap Malaya where he la due in th< UlW but h. n i-oiniiiK str;.ii!hl home from lo.. totir Which %  short duration he i that he hoped to be "iriair-borne ag posatbie". How Ixinx ? %  lad then which gives food for thought 'a %  %  %  %  %  oftler?—an .; H i %  stair rn-! %  iter. 9t John Needs B< Her \\utorSii|>|lv 1 ,,r ,: '"is* Asso%  | "'"" hold .. political Bl Jotaj %  I UM pnrigh Of H John ..' Ihe next General 1'!.. Uori for the Hou ol i v I..,. ,,.,,. I ; I" the ui ivilcgod Ho kietw aboul th.ir luftarli their c6a> | Aa an tiftmantan ie hoi .... m aaaui he had with tin i hlldren e would tell thorn, tu WOUld go Into In the 1 i million in tinrOOpOR i ha ha in :i,. I 11-inn and Uioro again he i >.. va .'ii.Nn ko to UM poa prooonl iit.t very grail MM .nil w.is know ii'-iiii Mr. Nlli .f tit. lil ho would liKht for (..i UM oople and moro c i lalb '"i ano peopte of st. %  the thlngg ho fur the i Id was %  i fj i | % %  in iimli-r%  st Michael kod UM ntppOai of H li %  10 b .it UM polls and li Hd to Kive then nf hi best -eiVli .• Italiair KariiuA|c4M 'Va LeftTflFor Mexico MItaAN, Nov. A group <>f i ..ii.in rawing! tetai Uiut, I I i foi Mexico i ii> %  V llotat and Taluffl will iv Aflei Mi • %  rn %  onti • Ital % %  :.. i %  i -If. Jane Hussell '(.els' A Baby-Bo) NFW YOI'K. N..v 7 %  %  I han i i LrOM said that lb> I onlv an ver. that i %  • m. i rod thai I in U %  • teroal %  rent %  %  ... 1 %  %  • i..i.i. %  ft*) Had heen I 'I in (ui attempts to li-. Id bahy—U.P. GAIRY d> rroM paae I Uon of all i ommun.."' culture and commerce. I kerl Kesoiirei's Ad lot .1 %  icoods or B UM re.•ultinK in. Had '" ikitb Be) tell th.it the >1itnu'i be*l %  .ipproacri tlnoiigh public cor p or a -, UOn Mi, %  ; Covernmentih.ujtiil [Ti.iiHvti, o if igihulluial. tourisi %  ud UM (irenada in tni %  oihty iuid good %  I •vi.nl. %  %  ft ui i i %  PuslUvo \.tn..i Keferi. i. "hen dp % %  VOttod I' !-• ii.ii. ..i tu I).' : %  %  wantinj tu induli'e in i. %  %  : K.l-in %  i. v. bul %  tenous Iin mind %  %  %  %  i (oi unit) .nul co-op%  i .uon vs ii ii the rotacwal of tho %  nd good i da w a foi mot I) i intod bot%  UMrn and it "•'Up U %  Brif-holp Mnt ( n-o|M-i.'f inn Wishmc memlterg %  aueresgful ti'ifn ho pledged ro-oponllon ivll icrvice. ..nn wlUini li .niv time to dtaUUk Is not tin • %  ii nootl] and with iril ol n utu .1 roopi %  I ind pood •Mil v V//.V.W/V////////W-',i Ti"n Geruuuiririn \Ltkt %  World's BlggBtl MALTA gj rroon page 1 Pumping Station iittit It has i eermg firm haa %  -f the werld'* rngiiil pnmpint the iliinklln: WatM Ml] I %  %  %  %  %  oil* Will i-.o Tha weighs 200 tons, and H havo 21,000 horse i \ %  %  duled U be shipped to Argent:i i Mienth.—t'.r IKAN # rroon OgdM I 0 act basu .' I added thai II h ninth %  tmplogrod I .oi the) .. % %  arguerj that if Ir.m m sell tin minimum of 8,000.000 to I0.0OU.00H EOJM oi mi and mi pu : niMll) lo Htit.m and other eountries Iran will be able t ... and will not nee.1 foreign .nd %  %  •mbork on ihe opui n oducatJon oil UM maaaes to which tho Premlai alt'.r. The isUnd'a Induatn k virtua i the Maltese i* that their factors depending, te an abnormal extnnt. on UM I UW N A f Hut from all available cominenta %  U ait survey I M harbour, which in two world %  %  I the fleet* 'A'esteni Powers. thfgf_ no indication of an iii.lustriil Malta laM sunny Medi%  -i, where fuel hurt ages and electric power cuU itn'l count, where there are 12.000 motor can (many bearing Allied Service ban Moaog lax two yean old. the Hire it .pawars fantastic. Yet he.,,,. Island I. N.A.T.O. 'ion' hue of defence — U.F. Shipt In Touch With Barbadoi Coital Station i'-ir Barsor. • a AMnvrerjion, a a. .V:,o. Clipper %  > Llpan• • Wan*-. a Roaa.-k. . M*rt*n. %  I Wiilemotad a CanadKs v-rulaer a Seh,.l,|. A leol-ennanl. * laid) Neiaon. %  • OolHto. %  a Buna. .! ir^T* ,'.'' %  ""* %  • Mar-rh-lk. • Kaia Ro >d>en. * Cavaiaare %  AiilarlK. Rroapeelor. a HTdra. a a — — • Ennerdale. * Clvaao. Alrw. %¡ IM, . NaraiiM C ilUis, i SHIPPING NOTICES S %  -ruin' AliU A11 >r. u arhrdnlac .. >ail li ihOT -tli lelttoum* October HI :h. tiladat.Hie Ortobri lath Port Anna (asaac Mth BWOMM oea nlvlog al Timlil.id b...l 1*1 and Uarhodoa November Mtn I.. ...M.ti.'ii i.. general cargo lhl eaaol haa aaapl* apace for vnille-l a...I %  Cargo accepted on thiough Rllla of dlOg fat tinn*l.l|ii.ir,,l .1 1 %  M leeoard and WmdiaaiU t 'r parllriilar* %  t'KNaaa. WITIIV it. CO LTD. ano !A A CO LTD Silualimis Varan! i un OH Mllillg l*dv nut. -i n i . l i.i Th* M V MUNEKA -ill accept I II a" and Paaariifer* f<* llotillil J AnllgMB. Hoiitaerrat. Net I* and %  '. Dale of Sailing will be K..lifted Tha H V. CAtUauaU will go i. go and Paaaenger*. for tadiiin.o Anligna, Montaerrat. Nevia and at Kill* SaUIa** Bat> St liMlal Grenada and Aruba. i r tar M Vi* I D"te ol Sailing lo be HoU5 %  W I. SOHtDONVH OWNERS' 9 AWSfa-lATIIlN i INC ) %  BOO. T*krphon* No M41 ^Aic^ S ham ^^ V.'.'.O*.'.'.*.'.'.'.' M VOKK U KVH I Bt DUl EtTOj %  ran v n \ %  nut %  n u %  clrar and offord, rn % %  . %  ;> < REAL ESTATE JOHN VI. Ill 1IMIS •> CO. A r 8.. r v A. FOR SALE B -hinale i bl walling There IB a long -• %  %  ... I .re Ihree I I %  %  i lellar* a* a li .. %  lion t*i oak bod kitchen and paiiln i par ago, f Ited MALTA %  %  ll) with ...Look ri %  %  ii with own hath and I %  M Appeox '. m of land -all laid out and irrigate-! > .1 light lllghl of • %  to beach ind good %  HISIIOVCa SIVtr. A %  .th ahtagi i il. greal hr Th* %  %  % %  drawing '. acre* witn %  RENTALS UAL t.STATfc A(,i:s i> AUCTlONrl-.liS and si KTi rou r*-AM"ATIONS RI Il.DING I'ljunr 464. i UI %  STEAMER >* il STEAM Fit a, 11 i ISUi November. ivea Harbado* *U. December. iiv<* lUrbadm IMh Oreiiiber, NKW OIII>.ANK I STKAMEH aaila aaVd 'ii %  viiii un, 7tt. Novethbei an MEK aell. Ji.t Roll Rarbadoa lh November. I Barbadoa Uid Novainbee. i Baibodo* lih Ue.en.ber. | oi Mil ... Ml CANADIAN nntvua N*.e af •• Nov asth (-. Klh lie. Wlh ... Illltol M. • i.' i i i ii.,-! in. MKVT YORK AND HI. ... Mi'l.v \.\ OOSTA CO. ITO—CANADIAN Ml If mil .ire In nerd "I *• \l Ir'l'ANS, BIIWI.S. Jl'GS, and I'l.ATBs Out warfl break in ENAMELVYARE I UM (ln> QualiO I lent, in INAMII WARC are uhtaiiublc (raaa THE < i \IH\I. KMPORMUM < ...... I III., ol A I mini Mi. i |nCllX^rtr^h ll/l/IUII lilFT SETS fur Men ami Women LEATHER GOODS — with Bpaa • D*~ T.. la* Thnn i lo BUY Them I I OBI THE EARLY PICK COLLI1VS iiiii't. VI'OHI s -~ J *— = ^ ,.i\. mmm CLEAR OVEN GLASSWARE Itaaa, Dinner And BfOaatPMl PUlr*. Dishes >,II. Hintl-'e He. JOT ion ll he proud In own .heir. See our display IM.AXTATIOXS LTD.



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FSTABUSHED 1895 T11LRSH I'KICF. FTVK TRUMAN CALLS FOR DISARMAMENT This Fateful November r %  BAU1 I I MM BOM YORK. Nov. 7. (ran new, %  %  on ctue son it'.. the. month Off three he Nation* bv %  .• three ixtnuti 1 r.them Wir III. second-ctllement ** 'he I %  > ir 'attouatlon of the Cold K ••. pgobaM* will be not because World War III i:. 1 .' • lk out in m 'li.it ,i sure-fire formula that guarantees peace dopted he%  I'mbcr lulcnliun* ill ln'i-iiiif Clear the next CommunM and ABtt-Communlsl blocs will have %  pretty clear each otrn i The piaOM where Uli %  clear are Paris nd the Korean truce town ol Panmunjom. No two opiruons jilKut the cold war coincide a tit most Informed a would agree with these generr.l i I'ommunists would Ilk't • end the Korea war rathei than tight throush another trying to tl Pajunun|om. But infj iover reached the %  l.ilkln ii specific : era] bmni Thai moans the sUDWasBaill BUI one. I mucb longer. EiUiei 111 be agreement or th.' | ...>|H'tHUl| JIl(| the war will 00 OB. R no* and probably has m of attacking anybody. rant to trying to knock over nations by military Dor MOW aboti %  doubtlaaa labo the nandJcafl < %  ( an inferior atomi< Dot veil Htd> I 11 lie tuitions. %  tO lil.ik I Seoturaa U. denounce! Americans and British as "warand try to win powei Itratlon. Yea" or "No" Third The big dilemma of the nmunial coalition is ui.>t Bchkrva %  %  .:: poalUoo H lut by so doing it gi' Di %  cbanca to accuse VOrld nf plotting war, Trial accusation docs not with public opinion In i %  .' | • 'l\il offact on the nation* Russia he ll.le,,the Russians shuuld be. tome < lew .it the United Nation Assembly. —fj*t*> Soviet Is Giving "Serioai Sludv" To'onema" MB Big Four Meeting PARIS No*-, l m B i -. prior to opening the Qtnenl Aatembly at 10.40 a.m. said that the HOTMI %  iorters that app Winston Churchill Praakdant Vincent Auriol for a Four Power meeting. that this posed q leatlon N it nee -IP Malta Is Europe's Front Line By HAROLD i.i \i;n MALTA. Nov. 7 THIS tiny warscarred Mediterranean i&li'.ixi. what year* atfo threatened to quit the British Empire and hoaffl %  ::ted States Ha is ranked by Seivne Chiefs of tm Atlantic Alliance as the pivot of tht wutrrarn flank in European Defence. It is not difficult to undorstai' Law on a flying visit to Ihaa island, which ha* bean a British outpost since ISM. why Malta must tfTWITfT .stratei'ic significance in this area of new international htresws and strains, resulting from Egypt's abrogation ol its treatv with Britain. Through Malta. pas* the Western Allies" sea and an rommuni[ cations with most ports of the '.Commonwealth and the Far East. In the concept of naval and an* strategy, the little island becomes virtually tlie gateway from the I West to bBdla and Pakistan ind [to the vast continent of Africa. On A Precipice ? Malta dOM not look like a U.N. Troops Re-capture Lost Hills BTll ARMY lig K I . United Nations troops have replured the last of three hills Reds in bloody lighting on the western front The bill. commanding a height 1 t of Yonchon. fell to a United Nations rtconi patrol which met aui little resistance. Most of the 1,500 Rods who had" seired it had apparently withdrawn under cover of darkness last night. Farther west Red troops drove Allied unita from a hill near KoraagjpOt hksweeai Nations forces re-grouped and ra t OOfc the height In a counteittack. Communist jet lighter ; idg thatr Brat ai Nottharasl Koi-ea todav. in 114 MIC 151 tasisdad with men than 30 United Nations pianos In teiree encounter*, but neither orod an %  I I I'II'/IIM.. Strategy 1st strategy in ground opinion colony and perhapi cipi.ee whl< .1 is. in 1H47 Malta was given responsible government through the legislative Assembly of 4u members | |me Minister Paul BoffB, who mt to London to put the Island's case to me Colonial 1 11. rattarned to tc-n his Parliament that the Island which arai presented w;lh the Oaorgj I ...... in i.eognitmn or thloyalty of ils popplti dining the war. could e*.pc financial aid from Britain. Disappointment stirred up lataot discontent, and element led by 'he former Deputy %  to haul do-Aii th Union Jack and liolst th. BMu and Stripes Then both BofTa and MintofT went to lxmdon. The British Government listened and dooldod to raai mH its ordaca for i certain workers in the naval dockyaid, which lh< nghUhg puszled Allied rrf.servers. ', Maltese said was aggnivatiim )!>• H • In Rods bagaa their heavy [crisis in the island. Wi ten fronl lUacki on Sunday.! .__ „ „ assumed that they were, Ju*' Suuerticial to push bach the United The ilntish (mx eminent gave NaUoni Una tO improve their hm-• Malta t 'lO.OOll.oiiu fo, namagi* position in the Panmunrepairs. t2.7ao.iHMl for food bupjom truce taUu. plies and dBWOlOpanesH purposes. However, the Communlits have land £120.000 lor the Malta Unipulled buck north after seizingvcrxity. These funds have brought Allied territory and holding It j what the Maltese described as a brief periods. -superficial" full cmpl..yr,icnl fm l>e trvmg merely to* ln e colony's 915.000 people which "No Going Back Lyttelton Says '* ssmto asg t the intention* ,*;ne a 'overnmoni towards i raj pressea again today at r-: press conference of Sec ,nv -j State for th. (liver Lyttelton. But he i giving nothing away, lie un the Kirge gatherinc of pressmen.' t be patient and wait for a" in III .dion nf Tory polio While recognising that Mr l.vttelton had an excuse In that he has only been in office a week. draw his ath "sU^ptOsOn'' in certain quarters •'"nies. regarding hhelr future under Torj rutf 1 vttelton'i ropl) **ss that he was being asked ret "g bfl tag early." I'roL'ressiie People You will find we %  progrcj'ive people in erge of i oiistitutioiial pre-1 the matter hanfaa, One thing about which he waa emphatic was that his polley iQUld not have an rconnmii bi^s to the disadvantage nf eonstltutsonal progre -. in II,.. development stilutional advancement srmsi rfD hund. On the economic side I ed out that the du narket in Ihc IK ..H IKIW paft j nd terms of trade an. t the primary producer. It was, Hkaty matnfora Iran arouW seej the aconon i nf the, arlth 1'ieii ,nn-' stituttonal adv.i' i No CMfll Hack ive eategorU.il afnim.dlon nU'rition to go back on such constitutional advance, a* have already been nude. There would be BO retarding of the in rial advance he dOl gj On page 7 Redthe Eighth Army keep balance A hill. northeast of Yonchon was taken by waves of screaming Chim Pa Reds yesterday, in one of %  •at Communist attack.-' in recent ini>nihs. Allito recapture the hill later in the day were repulsed. A reconnalsssnce fone e/N Bgnt out this %  i the ground for .. Inter nttncking force I' I* MANCHUR1AN FEVER" STRIKES U.N. TROOPS TOKYO. Nov . lieen learned that an ilgOgfla believed l > bt: an Fever' is striking United Nations troops in Korea. Brigadier General William E Shambora, the newly appointed Chief Surgeon of tiie United Nations Command said that dls\n..m epidemic —U.Pworks out at something like 3.000 • i tinsquare mile. The ni dockyard at Malta is the pn pal mean.-, of livelihood for colony, which prod ii' gj >n one 1 Muniirl Faitgio On V?uv To Vr-ri||ihii ROME, Nov 7 Argentine race! Juan Manuel F.mglo left |oi Argemlna aboard IB Ai.'.i.tme Airline^ | day, after a su.cesful European season, in which he won the world racing charm tathtp Aboard the same crait vrara ftT%  antlno drivers, Fo.ii.in cionzaies Marimon and Carlos Mendeteguy They were accompanied Valssco and Juan Guzzi A larjp crowd of racing enthusiast" gathered at the airport to bid ukj< well to the party^-U.P. Atomic Weapons To Be Banned • i^jsjaslp^ ''" SSSSBM WASHINGTON Nov 7 PRK8IDENT TRUMAN tu accept sweeping and l< posals including the nltim.ili weapons. In n worldwide hroadcasi on "international ti'.n" '! i the %  r rnha>|1 i hi ramana three) polni plai invent. tv ni ajj ,ir: i i armaments U and voflAad bj irtapactoi worl the United Nation Ihc I (.'i-ength > tnklng place j Ttaros Reduetsons 01 %  %  '.nt'.-lt)i .. ( 1 .!l fairness to all Such pi*ogramma would have i be agreed upon 1 rnlUtary posrec %  1 -II' Gairy On Executive Council REPUBUCANfi GAIN SEAT WASHINGTON, Nov. FfepuUilcns gained a Conaisponal "eat and several i Tuesday In scattered elections laraed by charges of crime Mid -eruption. Of .nmiidioii in the (inn'iiimrnt-sure to Uan issue ii the 19T.2 Presidential n —figured heavily m rat Tuesday's hallo.mr. Ci ime-buster, Rudolpli Halk I 3H. former Chief Cmir.el of the United States Senate Crime Com•-epped into v. danoy '' the New York City Council, the second highest office of the biggest United "-<' Running as an km'' Halley swamped the Democrat Joseph Sharkey. and ran rtnga around the ie|>n-Mnt:i(ne II'"r> J. Latham. the Kcpublicn nominee — UP MK R A BUTLER. *IUr kniiiing high rducstioiisl dfiUnctlonat Daaibridgv wsnt inta P*rliaran %  I n,name ha* been givrn to Uie Edncalloii Act of 1D4I win.-I; tir pilolrd Unoiigb Parliament when aliniMer of Educstion. sad I %  ln-hl Mimitrrlil pn*t at th IIKII. OaVe, lbs roealan Oft!.*and the Mmi.try of Labour. Aftor Hie Coiworvaiiva Party pssitod into Opposition in nil.'i. Mr Butlar '• %  nk a Iraging part In tlif work el it" ra organicatiiin. beeoming chsli BUM oi Uio OousatvaUve Roaosnli >..(. ulnniil |g lulu Ha tVS HI Indu in loM, snd educated at M-iiboionh and Canbndga. avers hU lathar uftar %  m lingiunhrd > iraai in udla. Iiacaoi* SaaM "f IVmbruko Collage. Britain Will Keep Sterling Strong BUTLER TELLS COMMONS GRIN M.MW.l %  %  i I ingMhea arlth T A Ms ad Cyril Sylvester, both tin* lattai 1 righting Uvt Ion u ik* i ihc Action i j '.'.,1:1 l*n atdenl i ) • igbl Ui Galry hu rival < andidati %  %  Ident prioi to ii arrival i '. C! %  iwng swoin ui i 'kson 1 1 Saved From Burnt Ship %  W.i %  ,.i irtt I 0th \touVrn Vr fupons Mark Red I)a% IK sll \l Kl nidi 1X)NOON Novembea 1 WINSTON iTHl/KCfffLL'S (on.rnineMf calM WrlBlrlollBj Ibr an ittthtfity programme lo avoid bankruptcy, mass unemployment and hunger. Chancellor ol the Bxchaquet K. A Butler shocked the KotuM oi I lommoni with tl nGiiticcrrvnt ihut Ihc dollar deficit In Octob ne was $320,000,000 and annuall) $3^40,000,000 Itntatn'^ total gold and dollai w onlv $^.My.ooo.ooo Butler announced a ma.v-.ive cut i" imports i .; aiitv beta i wc earn and what we hi lUVOt huv what we want W. shall lack a itl ,on ggnptoymanl and b • level We m < bo bankrupt %  Two Years To Salvage Ship/ rmaay, Nov I Salvage vxpei ts said that tl r Una motor-ship Malpu. irbJeh .sank off Hremer%  lay, aft co llidi n g ariia the United Statei (>iM*ral M. L. Heresy <.an be raised from the oc %  that the costs of salvaging Isoee n-oukl %  'i.ive, %  > %  : Il„t it might lake % long ai two >ears to raise the vessel, all of whose passengers and crew were saved down. They paid that the storms near the Frisian i land) a here the ghlabout is feet of water and the : d would be the major difficulties in carrying out any ^•orations of the Mai -HI —C P U.K. Troops Raid Egyptian Village CAIRO. November'7. BRITISH TROOPS raided an Egyptian village m the Suez Canal Zone, rounding up suspected tatroristi who had been pouring Sten gun Hrc into British Military convoy*. The British strike at Egyptian "underground" in Ihe troubled village of Abulgamous near Lsmailia. started shortly afler dawn. Ii Brag DWriagJ out without an) incident according to the United Press correspondent in Cairn. Meanwhile, the economic section of the Egyptian Itoeigfl Ministry recommended increased iradiby Egypt with Communist Eastern Europe. Thig move fOT close, Dr. w.th „ SHIP ADRIFT LONDON. N %  Ian battleship Bee Paula arh north c %  ivy AtlanI Iron and Steel .ght the. Mid they the ship Boa Paaaa '. JgS tow—r p. ARTIE'S HEADLINE I vaa before rhc rltt Probably change MOSCOW. Nov. 7 Soviet Russia paraded its mo lodi'in weapons through the Red %  o.uarc In subzero cold and snowlonn In one of It* most Impressive postwar shows of military might Scores of the latest type it1 planes raced low through a driving low storm. The demonstraUon marked tiV 34th anniversary of the liolshevi' Revolution. Minister of War. A M Valllevskl. read the order of the day to the troop and at Hired the nation that it *""' T()\ S (III TO 11 K Pound Declines \i:W YORK Nov. f. I he K r i I I a |i pound deelliied a i..-in of Prime Minister Cherrhlirs m luc*da> llnil IniiUnil is ihi. .it'ii.ii with n Mniiiii haaaiaatui Spreulaterunloaded hotli spot .md futures pnunds. and lone.i.di HI limn I.I lori prires Thr N d.i% luiure. position fir thr pound ihini|ied one a half rents lo %t 15 and day currene-. fell onnatf "in in g2 ;H3.—I'.P %  | Hnl II 1 | MAI. I ' %  %  %  Gratitude the I %  %  %  %  aid Ilka 11 b %  dccasaori with whom ta prhj vllegod t" serve, wiUi .1 special %  : %  gfjl he oer %  Reviewing the new cm in net pel 1 %  anai 11 ltd it .it UUg stage to 1 1 %  isosniriated 1 U M1 as well On gsise 7 vtait raked %  nre on the oi iTi-rnesffri Pa.nir wi um ihc luibuleni sea JKU utile> %  %  ...Ll.e.l %  V. 11.... inlsd tor known %  • eporteii ..I. Till. ,.i*i1 rrclt .nt ship RgUMH I 1. utoh 1? %  %  O aseg ii n . . . 1 t, %  %  %  htpldrj James Moch.... indad out his le fhen ami don with a %  < m ii is. 1 Krakan h bh* %  *N .: gtu I %  I p. The •ADVOCATE'' pays for NEWS. Dial 3113 Day or Nlftst lltW WUJJNGTO SELL LOaOOOaOOO Red armed forces whic are virttvilgy guarding the coun-e. urltaj and pcrfccUng ttMhr ombal i.'.Min.i Vasilevakl danouneed the United States, for openly preparing AntiSoviet war by remilitarizing Western Germany and Japan. —L\P. Kaesong Is A Strategic City Kgypt sold the United Nat last night that she "oannot ienii indifTi rent" |n the alleged Violation! of her rights and *overelgnty by British, trot Caoal EM I The Foreign Senctui, rrleailad the protest note Bgnt to Ihi I United Nations Secretary General. Trygve Lie. chargu.,. 1.: 1 with "aggression". Egypt has Junked the ]3ii Treaty with 111 it-nn .md ordered in H th. Stau 1 %  %  • %  fuseet. In this morning'-, raid, troops IsasansBBstea 1 .Mth fixed ten aun. gtood tops covering | 1 '. .. %  I weapon^ an %  %  TOKYO, Nov. 7 ty restrictions weie the biggest battles of the Korean war probably would develop t< UM possession of the strategic < *y f Kaesong. Both sides want B both now' and in Ute event of a jigreemeni. Right now CommunM I i and the U.N. army from attaoUrtl it. There are three neul I %  Panmunjoin where e nagotUlUoni are held. Mir S;m where U.K. negotiators have ive their base p — V.V. peeled "IKE" RETURNS TO PARIS PARIS. Nov. 7. ; Eisenhower, the SuWomen prvme Commander of the North indoors during the arrived here by had been told before i,ir from the United States. search parties were —V.P. only in finding I 1" WASHINGTON Nov 1 Authoru it Inaetfay night th.d UM ; irtment is rep have inforn -u uv iii h I i merit that Iran Is willing lo ill gp to 10.00n.000 torn ol oil snmuuly 1. S rltain but Iran intends U run the badan ml reft I present than Ii on! %  one tarehpi ua hnltian at Abadan IN1repoiled in be a Su. %  ;. 1 hargc 1 t 1 %  ents to avoid the danoar of Are 1 National Iranian Oil Corporation would be willing to empl foreign oil Wehrdclans, But, thc> siiid the Corporation w|U not amR lafiana n ."i". pan any British because British employees of the Anglo-Iranlan Con ouily rafti s od franian om*s They said Iranians would itr willing to employ on o ga On p4ge 1 Dark, llunert Winter Butler'i aililr— sslded up to been brue meat oi the UM a/ai Britain has (> %  ' 'i living bey oi ii,nking iKdh ends n eat arlth American aid Britain atal linike iind the spiral tluili (it Hiiv lii. %  i %  ..I not Union. in m f..i %  cold %  %  •ffintei Bui tie r.'|,tt mdlrectlv i I | hiding the full gravity I .. %  ki 'i unme%  %  %  intrue m PO) njenls I moil Thre.Jeiieil .f .. d MARCIANO"S LIFE THREATENED r<>N M.i' i No First Woman! PARIS N Tne Chilean, Mrs Anna Figueroa. was unanimoush %  "hairman of the Sorud I UM of theCener-l Assen was the first woman en Assembly. Guatemala repeatedly, during Mrs F in to get the floor, but the %  I imnated her.— I'.P t nlrrpn-.. I in %  I-, saved anon) n a arnings that an attempt him back Saturday I hoard Bulisoaa %  ii. wanungn '\ork of but that all pre cautions would be made Warciano during the b n —U.P. %  i deflen to the large th-' We must %  Kingdom to mai feeuvel) w. must put beyond %  it .n h. deVtdOp the earnuiK POWOT -huh %  raw m economy di kte gap In | ni i.ited %  : > a di be aab for food %  I llnd we cant want", he said. nipt, Idle ..nfl hungry." %  %  * %  arrnr ..... %  %  %  h is put %  %  we go forward." -IP Occasions oi unique and special enjoyment call for cigarettes bv ff*vsox*./ffn>GFs t reflect the rare perfection and to echo the whole contented mood



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PAGE TATO BARBADOS \DVOC\TE THURSDAY NOVEMBFR 8. 1951 %  Cahib Qalihu} IVIi isiam I c.i SIIIIMIU s W .1. Mother's B.B.C. London Letter Union Helping %  natroltei %  M inO Wrlfare. at. man <>( %  >. i • %  'H i i' ;. I %  %  %  Mirt ROU, %  Uld Harr.eonir>ns : ll'lny ll inh' Amorii %  Mi W. Dudle> i H A. Thorn.BOd Mi. C. V. H. Archer. Leaving Kor U.K. 'I Mi t ia : lomo •-moon a, 3 o M porMble Boaltaaapum, Passengers having by ihe (.-tiuo an, Mtai ii. fci i M I I... %  Mi and Mr. rnct-r und MM. D. %  %  tar, Biography \A r H D LOUU, Hca t< sibly by the and ol : N Inst B.) ""^ equipment Is avallabi. .! %  present ,_ will enable a tfjg broadcast %  %  needed and they ore M very ekptfiafVO, Televlsioi I /' t i i l'i 11 PrajctSSwS bl flU Tu Scrran,. T? save wear and teiir on tin Barker ... lass in Structural dren 1 *•** -1 bv the *"** n | i rUtuta On Honeyrr.oon [NO Ihali bontymoon v.iti. astanatotia from It* t %  > Barbados are Mr anl a t to thiferent claasrooi Martlnas who %  '>iy more costly than carried In Trinidad 0 radio set? am' -'m">-. Th-v flew over from come the* difficulties and make "Tnnidad on Monday hv RW.I.A aehool te'evUion %  possibility the paid and arfuetat 'he Hotel Royal, ro-operatton of bo' Mr. Martinez who Is on the • (. r.al authi 'he radio fT of R.WI. Airwav< in Trin'| n dUitr> will I-Iwttll. 'i.i Mr vocal cords -ii. imiiiiiii .ini mn %  . in Trinidad. ,r,. v """. """'„"'.. ., ."'""'Mn. Martin., i •(.. %  f Hollywood nay I i. -ie Camps-Campin* daughter a day to acraan tor Uwm, And „, nr. and Mr r. II constant dei Camplns also of Trinidad. Mlsa Poule has acraajB) Joan Crawford 'hi lha Big Question Admiral She practises sometime, in Ihe alktng during the past few. da> banement uf Ihc Holly"...I ham haw IhirhmB In Oovt-rjimorit teacher, to decide In what way. Irland of %  %  "• wartiln| neighbour, nolle In Britain wlU iflccl the colonia". h elr pupils may best ben. : N.l I l... k pan Hi ,evo,al '> >"•' I"'""' •" iener.ll, .he That i. .big A""" !" • '* • RUa* a .erviLC. l,„l, „u„ I drlvi i mto Ihc mountain, and • %  "." The Wet Indie">"•• pla, I whor ,. | unn, more promlncn.ly in he „„„ Atlcr Nelxn-. death, h, " "> %  "" "' %  "•'•"' "" "• '-"' '.'.".T''.."' < ommon ?. '" IS"!: <"• \: rjh dMlnctlaa l l 9 iMt'Ci .1 dclmtel. J Indujl nan ,.t ,hc Bal,:.:,!. (•,„:._. Old Rov. devilled to brln the We.1 IndieHi.,( Ban Domlnto, ,„ rtkru ,. nrunn i.uiann uia Doy. x ht f „ rpfronl „, p„ r ii,mcntarv i Collag*, iwul further detail plar Great Week la Ida ina or hi. ,n. settic.i O l H,',if.'h Y rm.,?.'' In BTMII£M aad Founded %  ^j£T£.V2*-22r2"-J? '*/" '"ere. II U iVX V..'.u\." !" ,d. • C. I Naal eurtaln t.. Ihc n SSi at the new Queen'. Colleiic. At the h mamantllr l*. ' 1'Hkrlm and M t ""' I Rarhndos. li A. M. Becklta, formal and praaDaaald Battajr, BrlUan aprlm The I aat Pi I QUMI imaton Laal Sunday at Holy K itane hm iHcn rccenih pubreiaacl in Knglnnd. and Trinity Cnureb. KinKiway aa Hi l.l^i Muaeal. " '" n %  arranm^l thc> arlll tended the chrifitinlnk of III Bl Hi ... wl a dinnar to be raunBaat daughtar. Joan \\ !" • i.vl:illv itr.nnls^H Fnlrnalol VIIIMB LONDON. Union launched an appeal among Its members in Dg to aend 'nwering requests rs 1 Union are asking for %  <: lUha >hirts and t I'.i'rels will .' BJ DOB -• ihc cloth-. baai ollected. Xhe appeal was launched at) i| meeting of the Southi Ml: opened by h HM Arch: f Canterbury. '' :• v .11 be recalled. sent £100 to Jamaica. It was ( p.irt o| the Unions Jubilee Year gift to the Queen, on whose tug-! ha £100 was sent to the ( Jamaica branch. Interested %  iv to suy yet what ill be given to this .1 just launched. bul the interest aroused was rron the eagerness with which those attending the meeting cowded round the West Indies section of an overseas arranged for the The exVlation reflected lift and work in various parts of the I han* there are branch** Union—in Dorabsion and the West EjthlUta in many cases ejaaaa. T 1 • Wasl Ii.'lies stall was OUtn ihowad sea island u cane fnwer. gin i Coffas Masai, ^">d. of • Igan and rum Work ol Indian member. Of ttM r the ..' %  llcate r*rh and hand-made straw nl him from 1 .Mr.nnrtr. PMW ' ; and the nutmeg broochnni-.nant put in i.icA I mala from Barbados. .t-vgraphs on view showed ihe Commons in future. suCn as BngUfh) wl nu rTicane quesUon time and in iiltlc or no a( | d uional beSsefti I %  %  wr J u ,^\ at ttn r ^ Kn on Trt ', A new scheme Is being Mim ^.u.,.,..,^, blil olhriv '"!'•.' ; ail. aeathetlc appreclat.. #w OrJmUer if Irs. stall Mrs wclal studies ami current Hn hal COT "^-' i"<-r' !" •"• JJJJm -iun ^ may m ir VSUT :< "' t-SLffs S' ill. \ md British Guiana DM poort i husband served as a mis5l-n dad Is hhe son of Mr Manuel Martir KenelMs Than I oo amfliOii that in •-huol television broadHBC will seek to maoe ~.ir. or lo super • tie the existing •civ ol CakJtl Television Ivamn. 'sill bl lum, and It will be left to Ml>-S VtMIKIIHs Brilisli h A MEB1CAM L AST week has bean a great week for Trtnldad-born Mrmedium most helpful. whDal tn I vmhM Of immedi.ir> m tht ii>vlaad preiantatlon of current oiivious. W.I.S.U. Affiliation A T a rexent extraordii era I Meeting ..f wisr |l SlllUtlOll phi ,11.. I ito irva wisi supiKt othat Bafort ' schools can in-Kin the BBC plan launch a pilot" OX arhlch half a doccn hu the London area will raoatva a Of h.ilf-hou. Entrusted Vanessa The infant girl has as li'lcvised broadca.its on with Ihe Job o| organisation is her godparents Arthur Wint. Jasubjects, made on a closed cirRawla Farwy, I ent of malca's Olvmpic Champion, and cult The children will W.ISU. Ruth Khama. wifa of Seret-e their reactions to the new medium 'The family |( complete now." with their teachers and from Leaving To-day to aiwian t.. and M 1SS N.i bados l"ubl 'amlly Mac said afterwards The B report! the BchOOl Broadrion alraady have in otha %  "%  bo) and a |Jrl ivqs Lator the sam.week M. seen Without Dt II pedicmi thai in.n Lai make—up. i make-up moi> %  i oving th*'" rice. i •""* '"' li fUn not ,„, : | 1 ' %  Miss Vorhees has now i Mexico To HuviIta^usse \ewsprinl ..ll.XKO CITY. are being chlldrei I Uu I I* *!t'l' h : uf the Brlu ii i inbboan pom lom an nl u i i Htorioi Transferred P. l. BO YD. Banlor Me-uaal Ossaoai or Health, Kitts-Nevis. has been appointed On tiiinipfer to ihe poit of H**dlcal Officer. Orade "11" in the "Council will judge i efTectlveness of the broadcasts and 5^0..,,^ decide in what way they con be ppear in the grand Anunproved After the "pilot" I I Command Variety periment Will come the main ex-== ^ pi linirnl. which will ti>vt Hi %  lies ol %  Service by giving .ubs antial numbers of school she is m Edinburgh, lha baaul • tO-dai log Trinidad to attend ., Invited to inMriea uf lectunai ai .he taster., ale at then %  '" l l1 Caribbean Regional Library, PsrtOnniuusei Similarly honoured Early in Decemlier ;.ne will take %  rid mile champion Ihe Registration Examination of "" present holder of the half._ (ho Library Association or Eng' mlr f'^ord. Sydney Wooderson 1 cattere '""'"' ," H % -'' ,; -; -i> '•,,..., T ,„in )... %  .. i.e, u.v'* ivsied will .. S h.eol rvlevblon Service come Into being. In full production, kg lha country sejfi.ewsprint re roncerned. % % '-n.i'.r. %  Barbed) on Deoetnbai ,>,,. n. Uer. g^hM gSj a^W,,od^m ::i ire Miss 1 .„, „ vt.~t,.i , the nm(M1B sporllng person..! American lonsuliite. Mr. Lyle Oordpn Knhards. champion Joc. Ik..!--. Mtnaflion Oft imi.hael and Mr Tmiv LawuL |(,.y Rf,. Harris, cycle sprint Departmenl of Trinidad and They are all going lo Trinidad champion, and Don Cockell. the i>n hort visits. Uixer. BY THE WAY T ins is really !<>•> exetUni lor With tWO days lo go. an anah I ires quoti.l in tn. %  .•nber poll ghows lha DOd) votes as .|..ite. the iliu*l figures will si) with those conL reci nl forecast. the totWith the aorta, tin raaull will I diete.1. 11 u raall %  nnal •*••• l ton lytd until IhS el'vto figures an known -a, that it wHl hpossible then lo chevk pui 1 rathe actual rttult 1 I ',1 warn voters thai Ihe Haachi omls 1 poll musl not ineon. ar 3 ll a 111 t 1 %  I Don't Know" on your voTing paper. -/fisao/c Wo* tiiat %  11 M a m y* tardaj morning by st.unds 01 music. It turned out that a young man was strumming I guitar beneath Ihe balcony of her nut. and lhal her stupid daughter bad and lhn.*t Ing behind Uu trellis -A nl the borough," 1 .. %  ihe face by %  rl aole flung from an uppar window.'' \ftirginul Alt A CHI 11 I) ill Si BBS Bul possible IMI 1 with in who suddenly f.iiisi what The line • ing In ball) I I %  ihii bi 1 with 1 1 In)OH yiifl-Ciinnvitiu*? H ERE are aMie further hints .. 'in.tba i'--i out of ajosL fi>r tht ill) ntio'i oi the |*al utilisation jomt Council i. A serifs of matches held under s lump of coal will eventually warm it a little without using it op too quickly. It Mix paper with the CM will glv %  on Intpn itori or coatntaa. 111 The munent the nro lali'. pul II out with wnter. The fuel aavad can then txuaad taasn, m it has dried. iv A ..vek's saving of the HOI wilier use.i for tea will give one COld 1 ''h •".,.,% tell d .tM millinn linn it/ I Hjii.iri. f .s//''fi T wo Hundred and Thirty Mili" -i t. %  i>i ih|ti.iu,' were m a ran In ii Ugwiu-eroad bua olghl it .toougM to i" By BEACHCOMBER thieves. A police report speaks of several hundred thousand men being involved in order lo get the %  duff away mmkly A local pawnbrokuuc premises renaiad nothing A Home Office expert questioned the assumption that there was oiiK one lorry, on the grounds that no ordinary lorry 1 ould contain so much liquorice. riic police are anxious to question ,1 brown-haired man of about M. who is believed to have fallen l.-ep in the lorry before the robI < r\ took placa 1 KOSSWOItlr r 13 4 r .— r .!" "" %  • w In Pmml*$ iVl. I E VEN those." It says. dislike the American phn.ses must admit that they ai • much slicker than our own." 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Publication Date: Thursday, November 08, 1951
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FSTABUSHED 1895
T11LRSH
I'KICF. FTVK
TRUMAN CALLS FOR DISARMAMENT
This Fateful
November
r BAU1 I I MM BOM
YORK. Nov. 7.
(ran new,
onctueson it'..
the. month
Off three
. he Nation* bv
. three ixtnuti
1 r.- them
. Wir III. second-
-ctllement ** 'he
I
> ir '-
attouatlon of the Cold
K
. pgobaM* will be
not because World War
III i:. 1 .' lk out in
m 'li.it ,i sure-fire
formula that guarantees peace
dopted he-
I'mbcr
lulcnliun* ill ln'i-iiiif Clear
the next
CommunM
and ABtt-Communlsl blocs will
have pretty clear
each otrn i
The piaOM where Uli
clear are Paris
. nd the Korean truce town ol
Panmunjom. No two opiruons
jilKut the cold war coincide a
tit most Informed a
would agree with these generr.l
i I'ommunists
would Ilk'- t end the Korea war
rathei than tight throush another
trying to tl
Pajunun|om. But
infj i- over
reached the
. .
l.ilkln ii
specific : era] bmni
Thai moans the sUDWasBaill BUI
one. I mucb longer. EiUiei
111 be agreement or th.'
' | ...>|H'tHUl| JIl(|
the war will 00 OB.
R
no* and probably has m
of attacking anybody.
rant to trying to
knock over nations by military
. Dor mow aboti
doubtlaaa labo
the nandJcafl <( an inferior atomi<
Dot veil Htd>
I 11 lie tuitions.
tO lil.ik
I Seoturaa U. denounce!
Americans and British as "war-
and try to win powei
Itratlon.
Yea" or "No"
Third The big dilemma of the
nmunial coalition is ui.>t
Bchkrva
.:: poalUoo H
lut by so doing it gi'
Di cbanca to accuse
VOrld nf plotting
war, Trial accusation docs not
with public opinion In
i . .' |
'l\il offact on the nation* Russia
he ll.le,,-
the Russians shuuld be.
tome < lew .it the United Nation
Assembly. fj*t*>
Soviet Is Giving
"Serioai Sludv" To'onema"
Mb
Big Four Meeting
PARIS No*-, l
m b i
-. prior to open-
ing the Qtnenl Aatembly at 10.40
a.m. said that the HOtMI '
i ly of u meetinc between
Jeatf Stalin and leaders
- f the BJ
Ulniatei inid re-
l>orters that app
Winston Churchill
Praakdant Vincent
Auriol for a Four Power meeting.
that this posed
q leatlon N it nee
-IP
Malta Is Europe's
Front Line
By HAROLD i.i \i;n
MALTA. Nov. 7
THIS tiny warscarred Mediterranean i&li'.ixi. what
year* atfo threatened to quit the British Empire and hoaffl
::ted States Ha is ranked by Seivne Chiefs of tm
Atlantic Alliance as the pivot of tht wutrrarn flank in
European Defence. It is not difficult to undorstai' Law
on a flying visit to Ihaa island, which ha* bean a British
outpost since ISM. why Malta must tfTWITfT
.stratei'ic significance in this area of new international
htresws and strains, resulting from Egypt's abrogation ol
its treatv with Britain.
Through Malta. pas* the West-
ern Allies" sea and an rommuni-
[ cations with most ports of the
'.Commonwealth and the Far East.
In the concept of naval and an*
strategy, the little island becomes
virtually tlie gateway from the
I West to bBdla and Pakistan ind
[to the vast continent of Africa.
On A Precipice ?
Malta dOM not look like a
U.N. Troops
Re-capture
Lost Hills
BTll ARMY lig K
I .
United Nations troops have re-
plured the last of three hills
Reds in bloody lighting
on the western front
The bill. commanding a height
1 t of Yonchon. fell to a
United Nations rtconi
patrol which met aui
little resistance. Most of the
1,500 Rods who had" seired it had
apparently withdrawn under
cover of darkness last night.
Farther west Red troops drove
Allied unita from a hill near
KoraagjpOt hksweeai
Nations forces re-grouped and
ra tOOfc the height In a countei-
ttack. Communist jet lighter
; idg thatr Brat ai
Nottharasl Koi-ea todav. in
114 MIC 151
tasisdad with men than 30
United Nations pianos In teiree
encounter*, but neither
orod an I I
. I'ii'/Iim.. Strategy
1st strategy in ground
opinion
colony
and perhapi
cipi.ee whl<
.1 is.
in 1H47 Malta was given
responsible government through
the legislative Assembly of 4u
members | |me Minis-
ter Paul BoffB, who mt to
London to put the Island's case
to me Colonial 1
11. rattarned to tc-n his Parlia-
ment that the Island which arai
presented w;lh the Oaorgj I ......
in i.eognitmn or th- loyalty of
ils popplti dining the war. could
e*.pc financial aid from
Britain. Disappointment stirred
up lataot discontent, and
element led by 'he former Deputy

to haul do-Aii th
Union Jack and liolst th. BMu
and Stripes Then both BofTa
and MintofT went to lxmdon. The
British Government listened and
dooldod to raai mH its ordaca for
i certain workers
in the naval dockyaid, which lh<
nghUhg puszled Allied rrf.servers. ', Maltese said was aggnivatiim )!>
H In Rods bagaa their heavy [crisis in the island.
Wi ten fronl lUacki on Sunday.! .__
assumed that they were, Ju*' Suuerticial
to push bach the United The ilntish (mx eminent gave
NaUoni Una tO improve their hm- Malta t 'lO.OOll.oiiu fo, namagi*
- position in the Panmun- repairs. t2.7ao.iHMl for food bup-
jom truce taUu. plies and dBWOlOpanesH purposes.
However, the Communlits have land 120.000 lor the Malta Uni-
pulled buck north after seizing- vcrxity. These funds have brought
Allied territory and holding It j what the Maltese described as a
brief periods. -superficial" full cmpl..yr,icnl fm
l>e trvmg merely to*lne colony's 915.000 people which
"No Going
Back
Lyttelton Says
'* ssmto asg
t the intention* ,*- ;ne a
'overnmoni towards i
raj pressea again today at
r-: press conference of Sec
,nv -j State for th.
(liver Lyttelton. But he i
giving nothing away, lie un
the Kirge gatherinc of pressmen.'
t be patient and wait for a"
in III .dion nf Tory polio
While recognising that Mr
l.vttelton had an excuse In that
he has only been in office a week.
draw his ath
"sU^ptOsOn'' in certain quarters
'"nies. regarding hhelr
future under Torj rutf 1 vttel-
ton'i ropl) **ss that he was being
asked ret "g bfl tag
early."
I'roL'ressiie People
You will find we
progrcj'ive people in
erge of i
oiistitutioiial pre-1 the matter
hanfaa,
One thing about which he waa
emphatic was that his polley
iQUld not have an rconnmii bi^s
to the disadvantage nf eonstltu-
tsonal progre -. in ii,..
development .
stilutional advancement srmsi rfD
hund.
On the economic side I
ed out that the du
narket in Ihc IK ..h ikiw paft j
nd terms of trade an- .
t the primary producer. It was,
Hkaty matnfora Iran arouW seej
the aconon i nf the,
arlth 1'ieii ,nn-'
stituttonal adv.i' i
No CMfll Hack
ive eategorU.il afnim.dlon
nU'rition to go
back on such constitutional
advance, a* have already been
nude. There would be BO re-
tarding of the in
rial advance he dOl
gj On page 7
Red-
the
Eighth Army
keep
balance
A hill. northeast of Yonchon
was taken by waves of screaming
Chim Pa Reds yesterday, in one of
at Communist attack.-'
in recent ini>nihs. Alli-
to recapture the hill later in the
day were repulsed. A recon-
nalsssnce fone e/N Bgnt out this
i the ground for
.. Inter nttncking force I' I*
MANCHUR1AN FEVER"
STRIKES U.N. TROOPS
TOKYO. Nov .
lieen learned that an
ilgOgfla believed l > bt:
an Fever' is striking
United Nations troops in Korea.
Brigadier General William E
Shambora, the newly appointed
Chief Surgeon of tiie United
Nations Command said that dls-
\n.- .m epidemic U.P-
works out at something like 3.000
i tin- square mile. The ni
dockyard at Malta is the pn
pal mean.-, of livelihood for
colony, which prod ii' -
gj >n one 1
Muniirl Faitgio On
V?uv To Vr-ri||ihii
ROME, Nov 7
Argentine race! Juan Manuel
F.mglo left |oi Argemlna aboard
IB Ai.'.i.tme Airline^ |
day, after a su.cesful European
season, in which he won the
world racing charm.....tathtp
Aboard the same crait vrara ftT-
antlno drivers, Fo.ii.in cionzaies
Marimon and Carlos Mendeteguy
They were accompanied
Valssco and Juan Guzzi A larjp
crowd of racing enthusiast" gath-
ered at the airport to bid ukj< -
well to the party^-U.P.
Atomic Weapons
To Be Banned
i^jsjaslp^
''" SSSSBm
WASHINGTON Nov 7
PRK8IDENT TRUMAN
tu accept sweeping and l<
posals including the nltim.ili
weapons.
In n worldwide hroadcasi on "international
ti'.n" '!
' i the

rrnha>|1 i hi
ramana three) polni plai
invent.tv ni ajj ,ir: i i armaments U
and voflAad bj irtapactoi worl the United
Nation
-
, Ihc
I (.'i-ength '
.
> tnklng place
j Ttaros Reduetsons 01

'.nt- '.-lt)i .. (1.!l
fairness to all
Such pi*ogramma would have
i be agreed upon
1 rnlUtary posrec

1
-II'
Gairy On
Executive
Council
REPUBUCANfi
GAIN SEAT
WASHINGTON, Nov.
FfepuUilcns gained a Conaisp-
onal "eat and several
i Tuesday In scattered elections
laraed by charges of crime Mid
-eruption.
Of .nmiidioii in the
(inn'iiimrnt-sure to U- an issue
ii the 19T.2 Presidential n
figured heavily m rat
Tuesday's hallo.mr.
Ci ime-buster, Rudolpli Halk I
3H. former Chief Cmir.el of the
United States Senate Crime Com-
-epped into v.
danoy '' the New York City
Council, the second highest office
of the biggest United "-<'
Running as an km''
Halley swamped the Democrat
Joseph Sharkey. and ran rtnga
around the ie|>n-Mnt:i(ne II'"r>
J. Latham. the Kcpublicn
nominee UP
MK R A BUTLER. *IUr kniiiing high rducstioiisl dfiUnctlon- at
Daaibridgv wsnt inta P*rliaran I n,- name ha* been givrn
to Uie Edncalloii Act of 1D4I win.-I; tir pilolrd Unoiigb Parliament
when aliniMer of Educstion. sad I ln-hl Mimitrrlil pn*t at th
IikIi. OaVe, lbs roealan Oft!.*- and the Mmi.try of Labour. Aftor
Hie Coiworvaiiva Party pssitod into Opposition in nil.'i. Mr Butlar
'nk a Iraging part In tlif work el it" ra organicatiiin. beeoming chsli
BUM oi Uio OousatvaUve Roaosnli >..(. ulnniil |g lulu Ha tVS
hi Indu in loM, snd educated at M-iiboionh and Canbndga. avers
hU lathar uftar m lingiunhrd > iraai in udla. Iiacaoi* SaaM "f
IVmbruko Collage.
Britain Will Keep
Sterling Strong
BUTLER TELLS COMMONS
GRIN
M.MW.l
i
I
ingMhea arlth T A Ms
ad Cyril Sylvester, both tin* lattai 1
righting Uvt Ion u ik* i
ihc Action i j
'.'.,1:1 .
l*n atdenl i) igbl Ui
Galry hu rival < andidati

Ident prioi to
ii arrival i '. C!

iwng swoin ui i
'kson
11 Saved From
Burnt Ship
W.i
,.i irtt
I 0th

'
\touVrn Vr fupons
Mark Red I)a%
IK sll \l Kl nidi
1X)NOON Novembea 1
WINSTON iTHl/KCfffLL'S (on.rnineMf calM WrlBlrlollBj
Ibr an ittthtfity programme lo avoid bankruptcy, mass
unemployment and hunger. Chancellor ol the Bxchaquet
K. A Butler shocked the KotuM oi I lommoni with tl
nGiiticcrrvnt ihut Ihc dollar deficit In Octob ne was
$320,000,000 and annuall) $3^40,000,000
Itntatn'^ total gold and dollai w onlv
$^.My.ooo.ooo
Butler announced a ma.v-.ive cut i" imports i .; a year nioatly from the dollar an buy-
aith nur accumulated dnj on
credit hundreds of million orth ol food
i- alive and material to keeii U| i,f v M Thfa .Mi:
'
.....rred dmi>aiitv beta i
wc earn and what we hi
' lUVOt huv what we want
W. shall lack a itl
,on ggnptoymanl and b
.....level We
m < bo bankrupt

Two Years To
Salvage Ship/
rmaay, Nov I
Salvage vxpei ts said that tl
r Una motor-ship
Malpu. irbJeh .sank off Hremer-
lay, aft
colliding ariia the United Statei
(>iM*ral M. L. Heresy
<.an be raised from the oc

that the costs of salvaging
Isoee n-oukl
'i.ive,
>.': Ilt
it might lake % long ai two >ears
to raise the vessel, all of whose
passengers and crew were saved
' down. They paid
that the storms near the Frisian
i land) a here the ghl-
about is feet of water and the
: d would be the major
difficulties in carrying out any
^orations of the Mai-hi
C p
U.K. Troops Raid
Egyptian Village
CAIRO. November'7.
BRITISH TROOPS raided an Egyptian village m the
Suez Canal Zone, rounding up suspected tatroristi who
had been pouring Sten gun Hrc into British Military
convoy*.
The British strike at Egyptian "underground" in Ihe
troubled village of Abulgamous near Lsmailia. started
shortly afler dawn. Ii Brag DWriagJ out without an)
incident according to the United Press correspondent in
Cairn.
Meanwhile, the economic section of the Egyptian Itoeigfl
Ministry recommended increased iradi- by Egypt with
Communist Eastern Europe.
Thig move fOT close, Dr. w.th
SHIP ADRIFT
LONDON. N

Ian battleship Bee Paula arh
north c
ivy Atlan-
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Iron and Steel
.ght the.
Mid they
the ship
Boa Paaaa
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r p.
ARTIE'S HEADLINE
" I vaa -
before rhc rltt
Probably change
MOSCOW. Nov. 7
Soviet Russia paraded its mo
lodi'in weapons through the Red
o.uarc In subzero cold and snow-
lonn In one of It* most Impressive
postwar shows of military might
Scores of the latest type it-1
planes raced low through a driving
low storm.
The demonstraUon marked tiV
34th anniversary of the liolshevi'
Revolution. Minister of War. a
M Valllevskl. read the order of
the day to the troop and at
Hired the nation that it *""' T()\ S (III TO 11 K
Pound Declines
\i:W YORK Nov. f.
I he K r i I I a |i pound
deelliied iv ii in., ii din biriat ->-
a i..-in of Prime Minister
Cherrhlirs ".....m luc*da>
llnil IniiUnil is ihi. .it'ii.ii
with n Mniiiii haaaiaatui
Spreulater- unloaded hotli
spot .md futures pnunds.
and lone.i.di hi limn i.i
lori prires
Thr N d.i% luiure. posi-
tion fir thr pound ihini|ied
one a half rents lo %t 15
and day currene-. fell on-
natf "in in g2 ;h3.I'.p

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the I



aid Ilka 11.....b

dccasaori with whom ta prhj
vllegod t" serve, wiUi .1 special
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Reviewing the new cm
in net pel 1 anai 11 ltd it
.it UUg stage to 1
1 isosniriated 1 U
m1 as well
* On gsise 7
vtait raked nre on the
. oi iTi-rnesffri Pa.nir wi
um ihc luibuleni sea JKU utile>


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inlsd tor
known
eporteii
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,.i*i-
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Oasegii
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htpldrj
James Moch-
.... indad out his
le fhen
ami don with a
< m ii is.
1 Krakan
h bh* ' *N
.: gtu
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The ADVOCATE''
pays for NEWS.
Dial 3113
Day or Nlftst
lltW WUJJNGTO
SELL LOaOOOaOOO
Red armed forces whic
are virttvilgy guarding the coun-
-e. urltaj and pcrfccUng ttMhr
. ombal i.'.Min.i
Vasilevakl danouneed the United
States, for openly preparing Anti-
Soviet war by remilitarizing West-
ern Germany and Japan.
L\P.
Kaesong Is A
Strategic City
Kgypt sold the United Nat
! last night that she "oannot ie-
nii indifTi rent" |n the alleged
Violation! of her rights and *ov-
erelgnty by British, trot '
Caoal Em i
The Foreign Senctui, rrleai-
lad the protest note Bgnt to Ihi
I United Nations Secretary Gener-
al. Trygve Lie. chargu.,. 1.: 1
with "aggression". Egypt has
Junked the ]3ii Treaty with
111 it-nn .md ordered in H
th. Stau 1
fuseet.
In this morning'-, raid, troops
IsasansBBstea
1
.Mth fixed
ten aun. gtood
tops covering |
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TOKYO, Nov. 7
ty restrictions weie
the big-
gest battles of the Korean war
probably would develop t< UM
possession of the strategic < *y
f Kaesong. Both sides want B
both now' and in Ute event of a
jigreemeni.
Right now CommunM I i
and the U.N. army . 1' reen 1 >
from attaoUrtl it. There are
three neul I
Panmunjoin where
e nagotUlUoni are held. Mir
S;m where U.K. negotiators have
.
ive their base
p V.V.
peeled
"IKE" RETURNS
TO PARIS
PARIS. Nov. 7.
; Eisenhower, the Su- Women
prvme Commander of the North indoors during the
arrived here by had been told before
i,ir from the United States. search parties were
V.P. only in finding I 1"
WASHINGTON Nov 1
Authoru it
Inaetfay night th.d Um
; irtment is rep
have inforn -u uv iii h I i
merit that Iran Is willing lo ill gp
to 10.00n.000 torn ol oil snmuuly 1.
Srltain but Iran intends U run the
badan ml reft I
present
than Ii on! one tarehpi ua hnl-
tian at Abadan IN- 1- repoiled in
be a Su. ;. 1 hargc 1 t
1 ents to avoid the
danoar of Are 1
National Iranian Oil Corporation
would be willing to empl
foreign oil Wehrdclans, But, thc>
siiid the Corporation w|U not am-
R lafiana n ."i".
pan any British
because British employees of the
Anglo-Iranlan Con
ouily raftisod franian om*s
They said Iranians
would itr willing to employ on o
ga On p4ge 1
Dark, llunert Winter
Butler'i aililr sslded up to
been brue meat oi the
" Um a/ai Britain has
(>' 'i living bey oi
ii,nking iKdh ends
n eat arlth American aid Britain
atal linike iind the spiral
' tluili (it Hiiv lii.
i

..I not Union.
in m f..i cold
ffintei Bui tie r.'|,tt mdlrectlv
i
I | hiding the full gravity
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intrue m -
PO) njenls I moil Thre.Jeiieil

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MARCIANO"S LIFE
THREATENED
r<>N M.i'

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No
First Woman!
PARIS N
Tne Chilean, Mrs Anna Figue-
roa. was unanimoush
"hairman of the Sorud I
Um of theCener-l Assen
was the first woman en
Assembly. Guatemala
repeatedly, during Mrs F
in to get the floor, but the

I
imnated her.I'.P
t nlrrpn-..
I in

I-, saved anon) n
a arnings that an attempt
him back
Saturday
I hoard Bulisoaa
ii. wanungn
'\ork of
but that all pre
cautions would be made
Warciano during the b
n U.P.

i
deflen to the
large th-'
We must

.
Kingdom to mai
feeuvel) w. must put beyond
it .n h. de-
VtdOp the earnuiK POWOT -huh
raw m
economy di
kte gap In
| ni i.ited
:>
a di be aab for food
- I llnd we can-
t want", he said.
, nipt, Idle
..nfl hungry."


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Occasions oi unique and special
enjoyment call for cigarettes
bv ff*vsox*./ffn>GFs t
reflect the rare perfection and to
echo the whole contented mood
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BARBADOS \DVOC\TE
THURSDAY NOVEMBFR 8. 1951

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IVIi isiam I c.i SiIiimiU
s
W .1. Mother's
B.B.C. London Letter Union Helping

natroltei
M inO Wrlfare. at.
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ll'lny ll inh'
Amorii

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A. Thorn.- BOd Mi. C. V. H.
Archer.
Leaving Kor U.K.
'I Mi t......ia
' : lomo
-moon a, 3 o
M porMble
Boaltaaapum,
Passengers having by ihe
(.-tiuo an, Mtai ii. fci i
M. I I...
Mi and
Mr. Mn .r *j
S|>rnct-r und Mm. D.
tar,
Biography
\Ar H D LOUU, Hca She Screams For Start
No Excuse
Ti 5 of the Girb'
D
I ihe Ur,
Dan <-.-
h.ivin*
MVV head-
begins ai
2 dance .
9 -/clock.
pal the excuse tnal the
. in crick* broadcast will
There is a
Ihe immediate vicinity
Passed Final Exam.
CLAD8TONK f. itAH-
KEfl of the Customs De-
A Weekly Miscellany trom The
British ttroadcasting Corporation
Jamaica
M"
: hi; BBC is now plain

with then own h
Scntt.l If:
..,., ledge to be -.ii--'' I lha mo I
ll -i-i-vices of the '
Madam's Beauty
.
. in liinld:nir Droughs- Council hat
Nil i sat hmadoMi
Kng.n-ering in England, vision would be an advantage, ti
would not be practicable I
i -mil of thi- ne#
V covered b> t<
sibly by the and ol :
N Inst B.) ""^ equipment Is avallabi.
.!
present
,_ will enable a
tfjg broadcast

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needed and they ore M
very ekptfiafVO, Televlsioi
' I /' t i i l'i 11
PrajctSSwS bl flU
Tu Scrran,.
T?
save wear and teiir on tin
Barker ...
lass in Structural dren 1 ***
-1 bv the *"** "
n | i rUtuta
On Honeyrr.oon
, [NO Ihali bontymoon v.iti. astanatotia from It*
t> Barbados are Mr anl a t to thiferent claasrooi
Martlnas who '>iy more costly than
carried In Trinidad 0 radio set? am'
-'m">-. Th-v flew over from come the* difficulties and make
"Tnnidad on Monday hv RW.I.A aehool te'evUion possibility the
paid and ar- fuet- at 'he Hotel Royal, ro-operatton of bo'
Mr. Martinez who Is on the (. r.al authi 'he radio
fT of R.WI. Airwav< in Trin'- |ndUitr> will I-- Iwttll.
'i.i Mr
vocal cords
-ii.
imiiiiiii .ini mn . in Trinidad.
,r,.v""". """'"'.. ., ."'""'Mn. Martin., i (.. f
Hollywood nay I i. -ie Camps-Campin* daughter
a day to acraan tor Uwm, And , nr. and Mr r.
ii constant dei Camplns also of Trinidad.
Mlsa Poule has acraajB)
Joan Crawford 'hi lha Big Question
Admiral She practises sometime, in Ihe alktng during the past few. da>
banement uf Ihc Holly"...I ham haw Ihi- rhmB In Oovt-rjimorit teacher, to decide In what way.
, Irland of " wartiln| neighbour, nolle In Britain wlU iflccl the colonia". ,helr pupils may best ben. :
N.l ........I l... k pan Hi ,evo,al '> >"' I"'""' " iener.ll, .he That i. .big A""" ''* RUa* a .erviLC. l,l, u I
drlvi i mto Ihc mountain, and "." The Wet Indie- ">" pla, I
, whor,. | unn, more promlncn.ly in he
. Atlcr Nelxn-. death, h, " ">"" "'* "'"' "" " '-"' '.'.".T''.."' <-ommon?. '" IS"!: <"
\:
rjh dMlnctlaa
l l 9
iMt'Ci .1
dclmtel.
J Indujl nan ,.t ,hc Bal- ,:.:,!. (,:._. Old Rov. devilled to brln the We.1 Indie-
Hi- .,( Ban Domlnto, , rtkru ,. nrunn i.uiann uia Doy. ,x ,ht, frpfronl , prii,mcntarv
i Collag*,
iwul further detail
plar
Great Week
la Ida ina or hi. ,n. settic.i OlH,',if.'hYrm.,?.''
In BtmIim aad Founded ^jT.V2*-22r2"-J?
'*/" '"ere. II U iVX V..'.u\.",d.
C. I Naal eurtaln t.. Ihc n SSi at the
' new Queen'. Colleiic. At the
h mamantllr l*. ' 1'Hkrlm and M
t ""' I Rarhndos. li A. M. Becklta, formal and praa- Daaald Battajr, BrlUan aprlm
The I aat Pi I QUMI imaton Laal Sunday at Holy
Kitane hm iHcn rccenih pub- reiaacl in Knglnnd. and Trinity Cnureb. KinKiway aa
Hi l.l^i Muaeal. '"n * arranm^l thc> arlll tended the chrifitinlnk of
III Bl Hi ... wl a dinnar to be raunBaat daughtar. Joan
\\ !" i.vl:illv itr.nnls^H Fnlrnalol Viiimb
LONDON.
Union launched
an appeal among Its members in
Dg to aend
'nwering requests
rs1 Union are asking for
<: lUha >hirts and
t I'.i'rels will
.' bj DOB - ihc cloth-.
baai ollected.
Xhe appeal was launched at)
i| meeting of the South- i
Ml: opened by
h Hm Arch-:
f Canterbury.
'' : v .11 be recalled.
sent 100 to Jamaica. It was (
p.irt o| the Unions Jubilee Year
gift to the Queen, on whose tug-!
ha 100 was sent to the (
Jamaica branch.
Interested
iv to suy yet what
ill be given to this
.1 just launched.
bul the interest aroused was
rron the eagerness with
which those attending the meet-
ing cowded round the West
Indies section of an overseas
arranged for the
The exVlation reflected lift
and work in various parts of the
I han* there are branch**
Unionin Dorabsion
and the West
EjthlUta in many cases
ejaaaa.
T1 Wasl Ii.'lies stall was OUt-
n ihowad sea island
u cane fnwer. gin
. i Coffas Masai, ^">d. of
Igan and rum Work ol
Indian member. Of ttM
r the ..'llcate
r*rh and hand-made straw
nl him from
1 .Mr.nnrtr. pmw '; and the nutmeg brooch-
nni-.nant put in i.ic- A I mala from Barbados.
.t-vgraphs on view showed ihe
Commons in future. ,suCn as BngUfh) wl nu,rTicane*
quesUon time and in iiltlc or no a(|duional beSsefti I wrJ* u* ,^\ at ttn.r^KnonTrt',
A new scheme Is being ,Mim ^.u.,.,..,^, blil olhriv '"!'.'
" ; ail. aeathetlc appreclat.. #w OrJmUer if Irs. stall Mrs
- wclal studies ami current Hn hal COT "^-' i"<-r'* ' " JJJJ-
m-iun ^ maym ir vsut ":<"' t-SLffs
S' ill. \ md British Guiana
DM poort i husband served as a mis5l-n
dad Is hhe son of Mr
Manuel Martir
KenelMs
Than I oo amfliOii that in
-huol television broad-
HBC will seek to maoe
~.ir. or lo super
tie the existing civ ol
CakJtl Television Ivamn. 'sill bl
lum, and It will be left to
Ml>-S VtMIKIIHs
Brilisli h
A MEB1CAM
LAST week has bean a great
week for Trtnldad-born Mr-
medium most helpful. whDal tn I
vmhM Of immedi.ir> m tht ii>-
vlaad preiantatlon of current
oiivious.

W.I.S.U. Affiliation
AT a rexent extraordii
era I Meeting ..f wisr |l
---
SlllUtlOll phi ,11.. I
i- to irva wisi
supiKt othat
Bafort '
schools can in-Kin the BBC plan
launch a pilot" OX
arhlch half a doccn
hu the London area will raoatva a
Of h.ilf-hou.
Entrusted Vanessa The infant girl has as li'lcvised broadca.its on
with Ihe Job o| organisation is her godparents Arthur Wint. Ja- subjects, made on a closed cir-
Rawla Farwy, I ent of malca's Olvmpic Champion, and cult The children will
W.ISU. Ruth Khama. wifa of Seret-e their reactions to the new medium
'The family |( complete now." with their teachers and from
Leaving To-day
to aiwian t.. and
M
1SS N.i
bados l"ubl
'amlly
Mac said afterwards The B report! the BchOOl Broad- rion
alraady have in otha
""- bo) and a |Jrl
ivqs Lator the sam.- week M.
seen Without Dt II
pedicmi thai in.n .
Lai makeup.
i make-up moi>

i oving th*'"
rice.
i
""* '"' li fUn not ,,: |,1, enough on hands and nails. ,,, V1..||. fr<1.
... ... ... bagasse, straw and banw i >'
Miss Vorhees has now i
Mexico To Huvi-
Ita^usse \ewsprinl
..ll.XKO CITY.
are being
chlldrei
I Uu I I*
*!t'l' h :
uf the Brlu ii i inbboan pom
lom an nl u i i Htorioi
Transferred
P. l. bo yd. Banlor Me-u-
aal Ossaoai or Health,
Kitts-Nevis. has been appointed
On tiiinipfer to ihe poit of H**dlcal
Officer. Orade "11" in the
_ "Council will judge i
efTectlveness of the broadcasts and 5^0..,,^
decide in what way they con be
ppear in the grand An- unproved After the "pilot" I
I Command Variety periment Will come the main ex- -==^
pi linirnl. which will ti>vt Hi
lies ol Service by giving
.ubs antial numbers of school
she is m Edinburgh,
lha baaul
tO-dai log Trinidad to attend ., Invited to
in- Mriea uf lectunai ai .he taster., ale at then
'" 'll1' Caribbean Regional Library, PsrtOnniuusei Similarly honoured
Early in Decemlier ;.ne will take rid mile champion
Ihe Registration Examination of "" present holder of the half- ._
(ho Library Association or Eng- 'mlr, f'^ord. Sydney Wooderson 1 cattere land and will he returning to ftW \ma n*hl in fd,fl\nB 'hal Kingdom a foretast- of what Ihe;
ami Offtivi nr tiv-iih su "" ," > '""'"' ," H"%-'' ",;-; -i> ',,..., ,T,in )..... i.e, u.v-
'* ivsied will .. S h.eol rvlevblon
Service come Into being.
In full production,
kg lha country sejf-
i.ewsprint
re roncerned.
'?'- -n.i'.r.
Barbed) on Deoetnbai
,>,,. n. Uer. g^hM gSj a^W,,od^m,::i......
ire Miss 1 ., vt.~t,.i , the ,nm(M1B sporllng person..!
American lonsuliite. Mr. Lyle Oordpn Knhards. champion Joc-
. Ik..!--. Mtnaflion Oft imi.hael and Mr Tmiv LawuL |(,.y Rf,. Harris, cycle sprint
Departmenl of Trinidad and They are all going lo Trinidad champion, and Don Cockell. the
i>n hort visits. Uixer.
BY THE WAY .
Tins is really !<>> exetUni lor
With tWO days lo go.
an anah I ires quot-
i.l in tn. .nber poll
ghows lha DOd) votes as
.|..ite. the iliu*l figures will
si) with those con-
L reci nl forecast.
the tot-
With the
aorta, tin raaull will I
diete.1. 11 u raall
nnal * l ton
lytd until IhS el'vto "
figures an known -a, that it wHl
h- possible then lo chevk pui 1 ra-
the actual rttult 1
I ',1 warn voters thai Ihe
Haachi omls 1 poll musl not in- eon-
.
ar 3 ll a 111 t 1 I
Don't Know" on
your voTing paper.
-/fisao/c Wo*
tiiat
11 M a m y* tardaj morning by
st.unds 01 music. It turned out
that a young man was strumming
I guitar beneath Ihe balcony of
her nut. and lhal her stupid
daughter bad and lhn.*t
Ing behind Uu trellis -a
nl
. the borough,"
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ihe face by rl aole flung from an
uppar window.''
\ftirginul Alt
A CHI 11
I)
ill Si BBS Bul !
possible Imi 1 with in
who sudden-
ly f.iiisi what
The line
.
ing In ball) I I ihii bi
1 .
with 1
1
In- )oh yiifl-Ciinnvitiu*?
HERE are aMie further hints
.. 'in.- tba i'--i out of
ajosL fi>r tht ill) ntio'i oi the
' |*al utilisation jomt Council
i. A serifs of matches held
under s lump of coal will event-
ually warm it a little without
using it op too quickly.
It Mix paper with the CM
will glv
on Intpn itori or coatntaa.
111 The munent the nro la- li'.
pul II out with wnter. The fuel
aavad can then tx- uaad taasn, m
it has dried.
iv A ..vek's saving of the HOI
wilier use.i for tea will give one
COld 1 ''h ".,.,% tell d
.tM millinn linn
it/ I Hjii.iri. f .s//''fi
Two Hundred and Thirty Mil-
i" -i t. i>i ih|ti.iu,' were
m a ran In ii Ugwiu-e-
road bua olghl it .- toougM to i"
By BEACHCOMBER
thieves. A police report speaks of
several hundred thousand men be-
ing involved in order lo get the
duff away mmkly A
local pawnbrokuuc premises re-
naiad nothing A Home Office ex-
pert questioned the assumption
that there was oiiK one lorry, on
the grounds that no ordinary lorry
1 ould contain so much liquorice.
riic police are anxious to question
,1 brown-haired man of about M.
who is believed to have fallen
l.-ep in the lorry before the rob-
I < r\ took placa
1 KOSSWOItlr
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EVEN those." It says.
dislike the American
phn.ses must admit that they ai
much slicker than our own."
What could be slicker than lo
'< beck Up on" instead ol
'Vheik." "try out" inste.nl >!
"try." and "get it over with"
H l.w;" I Win..
, 'low way, .ne f."
ihinga, they are -luklv "fgdl
Up tu" lb m
/:
Rupert and the Lion Rock25
RuptH
I
rh l Hr bey tihe* nfl hit >i;ri m.i
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I 1 .
Miudf the
' aYllh -h ihHI
I plutiK'-
10 H^jwrt ,4irne*
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Midi

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1.'"am* Utrd id
ituin. * ,
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tell about tKing tarti-','' Max* tli* Cfn-t aeflp. (Hi
Wcli-nn.wn club, li)
llitilf. u .01 vrrc*t. (SI
Ju.t .ampleton. (S)
Kntlclie B,.i*iin uighimsra T I)
Rotrd for commerce. (S)
lum a
Sruliant war to make Iteg.
uent. 1 Mi
arhal ip|i| t
If care u
Tencii cat).
Noel iinaccompanled. <4)
err lo a coiut*raUv UcpeoaUie
on Hi* throw of die*. (B)
. Pert ol ismU* nwrrvM. (i
I Po* lor brief nipL'vmtsi. 1)1
rK*a wood In a steamer for
nourunment. id
1 lt' a cheer.'ui sir. (.
1 II m.i rw tor spewt or bum*, (5]
I To com* alter. S,
. Prom that MUbiuameni. isi
unen of TMI'iSava iwulr ISaasi
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Till RSDAY. NOVEMBER , 1MI
BARBADOS ADVOCATE
r\(.;. thri r.
Exchange Of Prisoners
Is The Big Problem
N'EW YORK Nov .">.
THE SHOOTING in Korea will not hall immediately
even if United Nations and Communist negotiators should
happen to agree on cease-tire line. Other issues are at stake
but they have sunk Irom sight in the argument about
tM b.itth'iield should be frozen.
Kill be of umiMxliau- IntaraM ^
LOSING
CONTROLS
WHK
Amamans do not like controls
thai is that Commumn, rrluw In "'> l*"* " "Ole pro-
.illow the International Red Cro<. a-ramir* tar controlling meal
to deal with prl pro- p"cwhich has caused pro-
wilh lood an,, comlorl >""" uprogr on all sidesmay
I baa tro) access to ""on be dropped.
pgna in which Common- >-v.ryi,i- ha been protestin*.
iiu are held and has prepared :, ""I"* ', housewivta, tha
practaa tiihle of llgurea on how eallle men. and the packer. (tM
than ,here are and who b companlos which ilaugritcr
thev are 'no tin the meat).
Tonight Mirh.,cl DISalle. the
In the early days of the cease- , wno ha, i tryint , m.
in. United ,rce lh prior Cms. , nM
Nations Huh Command hulled o,,, .,. J Hc ,old com-
Slid oppose any whole- minrr , )|r, ,hot "incr* u a
sale exchange of prisoners but ,| ^u^,, lha, ,,., prl,,.
controls will be dropped ,|,ii,kI,
MO. Al TtIB IX l..>\ll
to relatives ol men In Korea na
In what to do about the exchange
tit prisoner*. The United Nation*'
army holds about llftjMO Com-
munist prisoners The red?, bold
j suable number of Unilvo
Nations' prisoners moat of ihrnt
American* but the precise tigurr
not known. The reason for
RECORD L.K.
BEET CROP
I951-S2 WOULD
SI CAR
FORECAST
British Catholic
Aid For
Hurrieane Fund
LONDON WASH1M. .
sugar beer crop Woimsui.. than
BWH .11 fj Wl|; ,,,*,.,.
.IClU'll ,- .
I M on record and '1% per I HersM
hairman r.f the ,-ording to Ihe ll"'
.'. .
Unitad State* Euri pe A i
ft
tM
I
SugJ x .. .. ,
l i i rtN led total of
704.000 tons of sun.il
djyjead. liad weattkM will mtorc
this year's crop, but
te-ra Ubl I %*rthel*s
.xpecled, added Sir Al.m.
-aVI'P.
I -Ill-la.
ux weeks aSo.
mono, arhaCh i*
n aaTactad bjr
f from ordin-
ith Ik homes and
lifer, bul Ihli ihurch romtr un
Egypt Raises
Sugar Price

iO lite Caribbean
World produ. I
M0-51 w a r.-cont at M.WO.000

. vet ..
mi j$ partoal BBd '1 K
'
ii last season n
'Mr pT
-war.

lha previous m
paper, in closing the
appeal, asked read.
- or clothing anH
I r.
>uld insist on trading on
basis of man (ot man. The United
laUOBM ndd far more
tian the Communists .mi
......i fen
Rajdg Mil captive*. Ii
would also leave in United

which COUld Ik- used to gal | K no
ither concession. But that will
DiSalle wants to get slaughter
man quotas. Nobody wants him to
'" have them. So. hP told the M.I'.a
"I must be frankwithout theao
quotas, we will hnve to drop the
controls."
Everybody seems ovorjoyed- -
including the house-wives.
SKCTK1TY
A I4TT1X CRIPPLED BOY greet* thft
ding Mayor with Princes. Ellasbeth Is Mr Fred Hum. of
lacro-e player* how u. bow correcUy to the Royal vi.itors i
Prince*-'* Br^t word, to bim wer* of syoipstny on hi* * i tanl*y Park, Vancouver Arm m
von.**. !! OS" showing a team of
ha 1 p**d and broke bin elbow. The
txriiF.aav
Raody To Strike
Hurricane Fund Buzz Butler
Gw>s Up And Up Accuses Gomes
H
IXJNDON.
HurrtoaJM IfeUM
Lfl al more thai
ind the sale of ticket]
Canada's HajM'it
For Revitrxt
H. WJ. Trade Rise
CAIRO
Th'\3gi ".* .'nca*so of any area
the ,
tiurnfent of about \\<\ pat lb w
: boom tha
Egyptian WCJtMaTt le.iving Ihcir
jobs In Itiitish camps In the Sue-
Canal Zone. Al
Pasha, ml]
board of thr Egyptian Sugai \ i
has .ffenHi to Sonata mora U.
1,000,000 If the tufai prkM
cieasa* f.ul- [u 1-..V.-1 Mu- ,-w
U.S. SAMPLES
B.C. IRON ORE
\FW YORK. Oct 31.
Ore samples (rtt
i
States as a t\rst step towards pos-
nble new American mining In-
the Colosy. Col-
IfM-M, thr greatest percentage \k\m4 b. Mr. A. r
geologist of the II"
.,f Ohm. th.- lasgealag a ii bg
aasavd in tlfef < umpany'a labora-
rCwMtl |
mil- aag.


It was 74 per cant higher than i
l
LOHTJt >N
nvrml Chief ol lot
l3 Syi

Mi Ol "h.i
i ip-me.I Mi Walkei
al
:
expenses
b.i r
ii aging
i ih.it the companj
i,.,iv blo anj aftraaaot 'probably operate in sMtfeb Oul-
II P ana. B.UJP.
.-.ibideiable dutcussion and _
it is coneelvable that even if an rin*' P"' that Americans aro jrn,|
bj roacfaod on tha b^u se^ntj-nunded Is fur- llyooo------., ^ .,-------.
ceasaflrc line some other issue "i*"*^ >' lWcrinnn Dan Thomp- |rtr lh(1 eoacwrt St the |(oyal l-'esti- het ' lh> *f "*
may break up the negotiations. TO"- whose bnl it In the little VJ, Ullll u,duii. on November fcu^fd.,iTP.
General Ridgway insists that his vHtafe of Adams New York (poj). n M gfting wH, A, B niPrtin|[
..irny will not put down arms un- ****> __ held in loiuifii to launch the sak>
til all the details of the ceese-firo Eru' Adams, a tourist from To- llt (K-itots. more than 500 was
have been worked out. i. nto. was' taking some snapshots utilvd y ,hr auctioning of bottlei
One thjt is lively 10 be trouble- f the local tire station and hotel
some is uie matter oi providing because, '"**'* name is the same
fur the lagMCtfea '" -'"'', 'h.it both ".V1* villa** */
ides .ase- UP ?"*?. 60-year-old
fire lln.-. Thin will have to be Constable Thompson lo ,^ll.tn? mltbte. -To give everyone a question of the Hon. Uutler at the Britain would spread
some sort of assuianae on :Lniare,i .T .Su-.tI hUt* -hance of helping, the ticket.- u.sl meeting lo the giving of pri- scarce dollars among
In ncutralirori tetmri'y V ^'^.. ',J^.^ ^.r,,,. n,! !"."'" '"'K*-' ,rum **'" W" '" onty over all olhei business his sterling areas of the
Ira*. Oar Os- iai"Mi'l'
PORT-OF-SPAIN. Nov 2.
The Hon. Tubal Butlfr, mem-
||V Council. [J*J
tcr of Com-
merce. Albert Gomes of jrymf lo
make him m.ik
nd attempting to hold him up to
illed im-
The matter
com- Speaker made
public ridicule. Bullet
be Ooufata- o'thi- loci|-riiv-.lor; .f holel 'JS^S^'SZSSstortinit d,'"">' " " H"n Mr Sp,.k-
- "Wo hepe
., iiu- Lads lluaains.
,-._, " chatrman ot ihp concrl
Coiistuble Thompson to tell tha mm,.,.
amazed CaniMlian: "llpld it. bud. ,hance
noutral.r,.,, t.-mirl-Vor w'' '" villaae rul- lian
,.. ol (r.n.rlea.lon> .nd <-.rm .nmal aMurlty. No s,...
aerial activity Rldaway will plA,-fac,<,rie,. and military in- Princess Ala*. CoonU*. ! At!.-
Ion*, under whose patronage the
rrmrrt is being held, has met the
.irtlstes who will lake part. Tiv>y
iricludt- Rudolf Comach. Ihe A
OTTAWA
Canada's hopes fot a levival ol
trad* with othei Common
th countries, especiall) the
West Ind lea, have risen with the
sTfrMsi t himsVlf "**'" "l ,n Conservative VicUny
" kO ihe British General Election.
Trad* officials in oitaw.i i>e-
lleve there mlghl well be a
change in HriUin's dnllai
iiinler ihe new Government. Mr.
rose, when the Churchill's stand for a stiongei
teteience to a Commonwealth might mean that
Sugar Talks
In London
statlatloni
miles of Adams.
god military in-
inknown within
j\p in s/xt:ssw:\
o\ visit to V.s.
SAN FRANCISCO. Nov
A group nf gg J.ipanese bi
Henry nessmen arrived berg Mtmda
sssbfe f guaranteeing the terms M eaa
ntfett are llkrlv to
balk. T*'.-i they bgVt>
..eadquarter. In
Moscow. Stalin doesn't want any
. gg freely Ihroutil)
Russia and talking with people.
Henry
Shapiro cannot fegvg the City the l,^t leg of a 20 day visit lo the
llmik without special permission U^. whciv Ibrjy bay* been ob-
. granted. Even aervlng the trends of Amerjean
ambassadors in Moscow mutv*- Industry -mcc the end of the war.
times find it dlfftcnlt to travel be- ' "
vond the city. _^__^^
Obviously, no ceasefire agree-
ment r worth anvlhlng unless both jom. Word from reporter, there
fides abide l.v it nnd H '* r>nR to lfl that one overriding rea'on Is
take some painful hours ot pushing the Communists toward
legotiation to convince Red* that the agreement Chin,
they have to abide no* only in munlsts have no relish for gnin|
words, but in spirit and action. hroiigh another winter in which
Dggpffe ill these difncultles cold and disease will claim as
still optimism in the many or more lives as allied guns
mudhut truer- village on Panmun- and pJaTafgI'.P.
(' n lin.r-
motion, and all other motions wealth, they said.
dealing with the economic ciisis. This would mean that Canada
The Speaker explained that cculd find largar markets for hei
Mr. Butler's motion had been re- d.llar piotiuctt wiUiin Ihe Corn-
turned to him. after the meeting monwc.ilth Mr. Douglas Abbott,
so that it could be put into the Cflhada'l Finance MlnlotoT, and
proper form, and he did not ie- nth-i Canadian leaders have
iger. Anna Oittclca, the Cfive ,, back ||a further ex- uski-d scveial tunes that Britain
mm ixu Os>n CmiiafiOiati
LQMDOIH H
nftn*1'1ir""l''*' sugar piodui
i 1-nnloii are now DsMI I
i f.iuMicn.. tiic.i discussion
,/lth the Minisliy ol Food, t
ot* of hei Drttft Agreement LssMT]
V-1'..,"! .,' Xhr P,nU ",f view "' " 'ommoi
\/ealth represeiitativr- is ben
i rnwn up by a Sub-Coinniittee
oi.d as soon as this has been
I letedprobably on Tlkgg <
ihe dek-Kates will inform the a
ill.. Ii..) ;.'.,.. .n:. :... .., !!
the French pianist Mr. Walter
Susskind will conduct the Philhai -
monia Orchestra
B.l.P.
Freiirh Ministers
For Hie Caribbt-an
NEW YORK.
Four French Government offi-
cials, fed by M Antoine Plnay.
Minister nf Public Works. Ti
port
Ne
plained lhal there was no motion east
in his office relating to the ecoiio- are si
mic crisis, and he was at a loss Canada
to know to wh.it the Hun mcinlii '<
was alluding. At the first avail- II
itv he intended to thai
nl- Which from his slon
re incorrect. Al
.i.ill.n real! n'tiiiii' whii
angling trade between
and the British Carlb-

HORN.MAN'S
TEA . Y%
able opportu
enrrei'i slater
kui.AleiU''
a: onl. | Dgn months ago
Mritish West Indies mls-
whirh included the linn
B itbunanUt, ol Jamai-
llon. Allvrt Gomes, of Trim-
Mr. Butler: I mn not prelend- dad and H<>n W. J. Roatgever ol
ing lo know what is at the buck BrUlsl. Guiana, visited London
of this muvemetit. but I shall an'i Ottawa to make a similar
repeat my request thl* morning, appeal.
and perhaps in plainer language," N< l-ody in Ottawa experts that
Mr. Butler explained that he had the new Chuichlll Government
no ulterior motive, and Indicated W(n ,rmove gfl the dollar restrtc-
nd Tourism. have arrived In thal h, hacj ol receive.! a copy u n But the hope Is expreswd
y to visit o( his speech relating to his re- tl .t (h- Indtmnnl West Indii
Barbers Talk
Too Much
MUNICH Nov d
llunganan Communll. i id.....
i i barbai abop .....It id it il
i ihssrta not .tioi. ifead
Rsjdsa i'' nropa reported today.
It said thai the step was taken te
ltd the vhIa.imv.. UlUng*1 Of
barbers In small shops who es-
iviped Ihe nationalising measures
Guadeloupe and Martinique. _,.,.,, bu, tnjll hl.
where they will study the pro-
gress of public works programme*
in those colonies.
M I'iiki.v mill it-porters that Ihe
public works programme in
Franca has been a factor in con-
taining French Communism, but
that "good common sense and all
r leiidci ik-t -
Canadian good!
giv* the impression that h<- be givsn a few more dollars i
meant that matters relating to the spend w Import".
economic crisis were being kept
In the Speaker's office.
i rlero
p.isaiblhty
servabve
s'.ilute some form .!
-, -im
'" l HWU WllUilVil aaEIISV IU !----------------:-_ R M
kinds of social reforms have also pointed out that il would In; im- I anadian Progressive I
KnrSDc^lble have also ^ fm GnWI| mill, . (lll. u ,. |lpill> ,.,,,
sent or consider a motion whit> heard the election new*
NfiTVO Is l*rertid*'iU
(MCsWttaal Asrrt'inhly
Non-Kxisfenl
The Minister hen
laaau
B.1P.
PARIS, Ni
might m- iJi UiuIn Pa-iilli Mar
prrfeiercr th* permanent Mexican u
to t
ider of the )irit ind often mentioned aa a possible
"*""*' candld.it* fui the Mem..... I'm i-
' Th.
uid not exist. He being the Mu.- is a glorious day for Canada, the
lieu with the Common wealth and the whole of
glai *.
Storm Lathe*
Morocco
dency six years
President o| the HXUl a*
Assembly. Nervu rootlvad -l*
the 51* votes cast. Vxtoi A
IV laumt- .it I'eio .....Ivod Aim
, ubjwt which he referred to at the free world
the "so-called motion" stated that "Once again Britain will take
it was not presented to the homo her place in world affair* and
lha Htm member for West give that leadership whfeh Li ol *. Ooatb Owafc M |
St. Patrick. Me repeated that V nscb vitnl impi'rtnnce to the sue- *-
was most anxious to have the o-ss of all our efforls in the great American bin.
motion dllCUaMd but he was be- struggle In which we are now *n- ree on a single oandld
the motion gaged. The people have now been although the Mexi.an diploma!
ven an antidote against ihe la,|i,nl. .. n kVlUl-
inuch more convenient when It Is creeping paralysis of socialism, in bis own bloc, he *vu tin- mmi-
rr" not put to ggy i" the t-eople thai. We are immensely encouraged her one choice of other na
eluctanl
i some parts of
f. No casualties were
damage estimates re<
B.U.P,
ItABAT. MOROCCO. Nov. 6.
A violent itorm broke out 0Vw
he Moroccan coast last night * lashing the countryside with sand h>d "^ bcen ^l b*cau" '
and lorrentj ,.f ,.,,,, "ndaiiir- ""* more cmvm,,,H "* ll rI
ng shippinu and tearing down m
roes, telegraph lines and deslrov- Oovernrnenl
communications in some parta of fonsider it.
the countrv. No casualties were .. . .
d or d.m. rX!UT *< ft,-**' ,M' Bu.'X'uTS
un a point ol order which he did
not state, because according to
him : "I cannot Speak while he is
braying."
Mr. Butler here felt that bi tim-
ing the motion now would amoun'.
to making a fool of himself.
Mr. Gomes: Which you so often
TEI1ERAN. d
JeiMd, left short of sugar by Mr. Butler went on to say thai
Britain s recent action in cutting the Minister of Labour wanted
fl supplies, has ordered 32.000 the motion put now. whe>.
tons of sugar from Russia, it is main purpose of the motion was
reliably leanvd in Teheran. Russia lo prevent Government from in-
deliverod 20.000 tons of sugar to creasing the cost of living.
Persia in the first nine months of Idea is an attempt to hold ua up
: about 20 per cent of to public ridicule." The member
requirements. stated, "we want more prot*c-
-B.U.P. tlon."
WHAT ~
Persia Turns To
Russia For Sigar
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The purpose of <.ii(ns is lo fell
rtrhoul Konla. I ha !.">' hors.-
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paci ion:
BARBADOS ADVOCAfF.
THCRMIW MIVrMHrR 8. ISII
BARBADOS Am'OfrfTE
.,i------------# --=-?1-i
A Second Hearing Fur
, O. l-*- M4 "-
il.W.I.?
TliurMbv. November X, 1951
I \l> OF A SISMON
His Bxcellcney prorogued
the Legislature Tuesday ;tt the end of a
three which will k<< down in
the lu-i<>ty >( this island as OOf of the
most Inter* Fee Iwo
theft had been the trying out
of the Bus! R1 but during the
tt just ended there was the practice
of party politic! with all that it brings
Looking back at the lx pro-
i period, II cannot
be said Our of this island have
been Well hh.iI in all aspects of life.
I further awakening of
the | and the attain-
ment of adult suffrage has come as the
ero nil M i
Tiir j.: i itfon daring the
m ofjmri be nld to have been out-
Ung .met in some Ineteneee left much
red bm initial effort! have been
i. which will bring reeulta at a later
ki for health centres, the
institution of a Labour Welfare Fund for
financing housing of sugar workers are
two measure! of social importance long
overdue, and the appointment of a Co-OD-
eralive Officer is a step intended to im-
prove the economic condition of p
controlling small plots of land.
There is. however, the oontroveratal
ure oJ nationalisation which hangs
like toine dark shadow over the field of
public enterprise. It is In this instance
that the opponents of the doctrine contend
that what is good Jnr England is not
always good for Barbados.
Tin- policy of taxation, based as ii is on
the threat to soak the rich, is another bone
Contention and If believed In boom
quarieis to be designed to put the shackles
on free enterprise. Coupled with this is
the Government's refusal even to consider
the introduction of the Pay-As-You-Earn
system In order to spread taxation over a
wider area and so reduce the burden on
those now contributing by way of direct
The absence of a Deep Water Harbour
and the delays in encouraging indus-
trial enterprise, duty free importation of
building material and lax free operation
for five years and that in enacting a
Hotel Aids Bill are set out against the
present Government as sins of omission.
But supporters of the Government con-
tend that present-day conditions would
have been the lot of any Government
which had been conducting public affairs
during the last three years.
It is on these questions that the elector-
ate, now increased from 30.000 to 95.000
will be called to decide next month when
the General Elections take place who will
lake charge ot our affairs. One question
which has come into the limelight within
t weeks and which now Ihreatei:
take precedence to many others, is that of
atfuceroi The general claim is that the
standard of elementary education, the
only form which thousands of children
U II ever get. has deteriorated and that
wlilst opportunity may have come to the
pareots to ears greater sums by way <>t
s money so earned Is of little
value ii there is no means of educating the
Cfatldn n i Whom Ihev are endeavouring
the foundation of a better future.
the means rather than the ends
which will distinguish the political parlies
who now court the suffrages of the people
and ask to be put into power. The si
Started With three parties in the House of
Assembly, but secessions and other cir-
eumstances have led to the dwindling
almost to uV*ih at one party. The end of
the session uwk* the end of a period and
one which might well prove to be of great
significance In the progress of this island.
I.ONDON.


crnment m.iy be abb to provnl
.mswers t. assfl
that have plagued her in the pott-
war years. There is wry reason
for tht West In.be to hope. too.
that new light will In- shed upon
their problems. _^.':i:_*T ."'-'."." '- ~ ~ZZ1 CotODM
..-< closely affecting i.c^nyM^J^SL T.Ef lUZ? anomalies and by working out
'It' JS-.W S^fiSU S3!' b*W arrangement^ the convo.-
|u* "*y, VLJ:!1 A^i0l^*J? Wt indie,
strongly opposed to the con
Indict, ia to maintain
1 Us presetr.
also to develop lBdu*tri<-F that
h, hiii iiiui. ,A|11 b*rb ,h* increasing popu
"* m "'"' latino. Th.
snipsiag p.iu<
road-buil'
by
d-buil'ima:
niv.'its should bf extemic-1 suflV
:. to allow these C......
. ..ii. i i.'i. j. (Ii.iiii.i I'-ii-i': -
To. btVtk^urlng a7gur """" JTHSUTL WC," """ T. anomalM. hav. beai
... II I. i.i "n"uld "", """ '!""" '" ""' l~"" with Brill* invent..------
uon, not I*- able t sril the .. lrUd to m^,,, indurtiial
: ,k ,.",,n ' "'-l"l'mriit programme . 1-,
would bo tuccd with a dluatii. ,,-v Soma luiwiial ir.r.
i On '' aitalgfa policy |iolt*or.'n o very hon time. torle.. In an .-(Tort tn .iltract fr.sh
On. mini. ,/"'-, '"""' ',Ll''\Z^LT^. c*plul- ""' oamJ >"c"" '"
however. i certain. It |, that the ","b' r "" ^"j!?-,,"?! "" <* conceaalon. freeing th
.Corner-, -the leading t.onaerv.tive h.vlo,, , air i,|,wllon ,,
nutted to ab.trmig Empire poUry "^"T^" W< Indian analri. paying normal t.x rates on thi I
und that it will d<. everything '" a ocb"t' ,n the Mouse or toin- pronu This advantage, howevei
liosalbl. afar. i '"' J*f" m0"ln,K,0. Po,V""' " Mn "b""" completely wiped
no West Indie, and "_ " _J.w"ul _. .i'^ILl _',,u! ny the llritUh Governnvent.
tither r-.:
out what would happen If thi
nrm foundation of the sugar eco- which" hu claimed lull tax pay
.mjr ot Ihe Itntish We. I Indie. m,n |he hMVV nmnll ,u.,.
DnUai riinvertibliily is clcxsel
i removed, he added:
The Wevl lining n...y nOS.
get a "second hemr
mi.ihn of Ihoir I'll-
which Uw. hi.ve an<
Mr. I.
nial Secretary, and hw prede-
co^ijjr. Mr. Cieeeh-Jone*.
'.e|..|i dM in
i i...... of tin- lapse of the economy."
i of :"" __
er. WMimt mule, Mi CbUrchin f> bul-buyln. Ihe C-iinserv.i- ow n requirement -
and his appointment is .m Inosea- t,ir iiollcy is equally clear. Whil.- *""a Bu a saiu
I ii admlttod thai it may not lie '"'"';, ,
:, in raen- ,,""'"' >:'' i
rather, afr Alfred till foodgtufl. to imvate hands ,^*!n'" 7.
Ion, wai .1 ulstlngulshed Immediately, u i. Inteodad thi.t "aeration m th
Colonial Saerotan In tbo I bulk-buylaa ,-illcy of the old bea" l. on_ lh. w
Gov.rnment In lW 1-abour f,ve,,e.,t *ould i \"^' JLl^_2f.,m'cc f. Yt"
One ot M. l.yttlelon's llrst go. discontinued ea toon a. possible. Maam IjtimKgJIeaa inv led b:
lions on assuming onlce was .o A atrong Imperial Preference r- 'C,".hs ni"J '"' 1-0,"J"
and .. in- ..... to ..i ,.1....., : i> ,, ;.....that Conaai ....,.. ' ' >"". J> a*
lorrit.....a. In which hi oraiaa n,.- task of the new Oov- u" the new G,,lcmment. it.,,
cntei upon this great olTlce witn enimeni is not necessarily that of \t^p^7r\ qa>_ sjonasarvauiioa tx-
nation of the vital unpo, ,.,'iii the l-ilny "f it- pre. ""P 'P'1' 'eclerat.,,, will brim
work deiTSUmr. but of Lranalattng. -he Ifb'JCii^d^ecoi^mi, a.lvaiitaee
. ... i iJiill.li inillfl Ill/Hl|l ia (.tlrsH
W<- might be able to b-.y ItUte(| ^n to y,,. probi^,,,, .
ugar netinies bfWtam, but ,,,,.,.,..,. cXpmn*u. ,1Iui im|icil.,.
we should certainly h.. j. Whllc MJ.a|n lMrv ,a ;,
more in dole* and reliefs, in ad- 1MjS>Ubitity that Uw Conaervatlv,
iBJnMradv npsnUtun ud m ,,.,.,,,......, wlU |- ..,,. .,, .,.,.,,
In security measures. u donar .^.(nrtionrfal oiue U ,
miUgale the hunger and misery tcnain ,hal ,(,,-,-* mdle* wfl
which would result fror.i the rol- ^^ ^ >b|, 1#r|Xnd more 0
inlngv on thai
Phla, of course
way toward:
Ir.Ional trau<
now in dangei
British Carib-
i dollar
I know how numerous, varied 0*. negative maintenance of Im-
to the West Indies
t>u*inM to sirt-elallM- in Weat In-
>iian affai:
Ml tt-.nphx are the question, to psrlal Preference into a poalUve .J^^^S^S*1* .*,*** &
iv^rad ui those territories. i-Hicy and its active development *EZ*3g* ^S^SLSLZ
I aJto know with what csnergv, b every Held of economic life. [ul i t ^ Conarrvativ
....d high sense of purpose InduMri.tl devrlop.nenl of th, *> of the House t, Commiv
II concerned wilh them \ire W-t IndlfW or divei-sincalion of ,hari, " >e Labour side. Three
.truggling I,, ilml the answers. I the Ciribbean economy is a point "tll?nd,n* X n ICo!!1r\?llv*
g-ad, and ttonoureda lo have on which there i* agreement in * Mr. Atai. l^nnox-By.i.
th .4>portunlty to play my part, principle between both Conacrva- ^1.^Inard^ln^^Jil:;^r
'ogether with the peoples of the Inv and Labour parties. B
territories for which I now have underlying reasons for thi
responsibility, and with the Colo- very different.
nial Service. In the common effoit When Mr. Griffiths was Colo- All have travelled in th.- WY -
upon which you aic all engaged,' nial Secretary, he advised the Wt Indie*, to acquire an Intlmati
Mr. Lytlleton has not been in Indies not to "put all their eggs first-hand knowledge of the prob-
tOea kmg enmigh yet to have in one basket" by concentrating hnis on the spot indeed. Mi.
given any limier Indication of the to such a great extent on sugar Braine and Mr. Lennox-Boy.I
l-ohcy he llllSlllll to pursue. But production, but to rxpaiifl their >>oth toured the Culbbean this
irom statements made by Con- output of other commodities, par- summer and had to cut short the'i
ervatlve vi-w-smm in the past, tuulnrly foodstufTs and raw ma- tours to return to England to Ugh-
It Is possible to piece together a tenals needed for their own con- the ulecUun campaign.
picture of the form tons.-ivi.tive sumption. That these li.R's will be rs
colenlal poUc* will Uke. "I behove it is unhealthy thnt vociferous on West Indies matters
On sugar, for example, there Is Ihe whole of these communities, in the new Parliament a* the*
great feeling withm the ('..user- with their growing population, wore In the last one cannot bo
ttvsj r.mks that Britain should sl.ould have lo depend for their doubted. Their efforts and those
(Tor a guaranteed price for the livelihood upon one commoditv. of the Government as a whole
.hole exportable quantity avail- Off upon one or two commodities." may make an enormous contrtbu-
nble from the British Weat Indies, he stated In the House of Com- tlon to the welfara and pro--
To try to force the price down by nions. perlty of the West Indies.
rnporting sugar from foreign na- Conservative advice to the West B.U.P.
CARIBBEAN
FISHERIES
CHRISTIANSTED. St Crete
FISHERIES experts of the Natior*.. sad
.err.tori.il governments associated in the!
work of the Caribbean Commission will meet
in Trinidad next March to discuss ways and
means of promoting Caribbean Fisheries.
Final decision to this effect was taken by the
Caribbean Commission, when it approved
the arrangements proposed by a Preparatory
Committee for the holding of such a con- j
ference.
The agenda for the meeting includes the
recurrence and distribution of commercial
ish species in the Caribbean, including lob-
sters, shrimps, oysters, sea urchins, etc.;
echniques practised in the Caribbean for fish
apture; types of fishing craft in use in the
Caribbean; marketing, including storage and
listribution; methods used for conserving
-nd processing fish in the Caribbean; culti-
ation of fish in ponds; and application of
ecent technical knowledge to exploitation
nd development of new fisheries
Special papers will be presented for dis-
These include two by Mr. D. W.
Viles. Fisheries Officer, Barbados, on "Fly-!
ig Fish Research" and "Government Ass.si-
nce in the Development of the Fishing In-
ustry of Barbados". Mr K J Reijntjes.
latteries expert, Surinam, will submit a
reatise on "Cultivation of Fish in Ponds,"
hile Dr. Morice and Ct. Blanche, of the[
'rench Departments, are furnishing a study
n "Distribution of Fish Species in the
rench West Indies "
Besides the official delegates, obi. I
.'ill be invited from the various interested
istitutions and organisations in the area, in-
'lulling Development and Welfare Organisa-
'on, the University College of the West
Jamaica; the University of Puerto
the Imperial College of Tropical Agri-)
ulture, the Marine Laboratory of the Uni*
ersity of Miami, the Lerner Marine Labora-
>ry. Bermuda; and the United States Fish!
:>nd Wildlife Service. The independent re-
ublics of the area Cuba. Haiti, Venezuela,
l nd the Dominican Republic will also be
sked to send observers.
-VOW HI SIWK
RLA.\TATiO.\ A RACISMSV
I IIIOI It SIIKKTS
Call and Select Early from
\ll\OI Ml SI 11 DIM:ilV.
SILENT KNIGHT
KEROSENE
REFRIGERATORS
2 O.YLY I I I I rXSOI.il
Secure one for Christmas
DA COSTA 8c Co., Ltd.-Agents
ELSC, DKI'T.
Trinidad Csscoa Depends On
I I.i \ Oil I'
LONIX>N.
Although Trinidad product!
only one per Mt.t of Ihe world's
ia supplier. II is niiturally very
jealous .if ,md wishes lo retain sible for the distinct!
what is known as the "Trinidad flavour.
flavour." according to Mr. E. W. "|t would not be surprising to
Israeli. Director of Aki
Trinidiiri.
iienl.il area and scicntiflr head-
luarters."
Statistics presented by another
Trinidad speaker, Mr. U A. Byles. in a
paper on world trend* in supply
md consumption of cocoa, traced
Iture. nnd." l7e~dclai^."thaTtiw loss of the decline in cocoa produc.ion in
flavour in Trinidad cocoas, rightly 'he Caribbean over Ihe last iwen-
" production of
. _.dy through having lhat deplored by the manufacturers, 'y years. From
Trinidad flavour." he declared, was connected with Mib-optlmal 63.000 tons In thi
"that the cocoa Industry has been supplies of minor elements obtain- cocoa output in the Caribbean de-
gbli to Mnvive in Triiini.id at able by the trees from the dele- cllned to 46,000 tons in 195051.
various stages during the lost riorating Trinidad soils, there hav- This decline was even more m..rk-
thlrty years and thai Trinidad ing been no radical changes in ed In comparison with the steady
ha* been able to command a Ihe genetic make-up of the trees rise In overall world production.
premium." over the last few decades. In the current season, the Carib-
bean crop was only six per cen'.
"There Is a danger in the prcs-
n. high prices and excess of de-
Lack of good flavour in fer- Df y^ lo[aj
icnted tea has been shown to be aainBt twelv
orld supply,
per cent
maud ow production, in that wc due to paucity of copper in the jqjq__31
re apt to lose sight of th, im- leaves. It will also be possible to Mr B;,. ^ ^^ ^ d
portance in the years to come of (nvestlgate in a lew OrJ*M chno ln ^^ pr^uCn,, in Trini.
preserving ..nalily 1
Tiiiu.i;id
WEATHER
STATIONS
CHRISTIANSTED. St. Croix.
THE United States Weather Bureau hasj
recently inaugurated a meteorological i
iroadcast from Miami. Florida, with trans-1
-nissions exclusively in radio teletype. Dr.
itafael Pico. U.S. member of the Commission,
told the Caribbean Commission at its cur-
rent session.
Dr. Pico, who is Chairman of Puerto Rico's
(Manning and Urbanisation Board, released
ihis information during Commission consid-
eration of the report of the first meeting of
the Eastern Caribbean Hurricane Sub-Com-
mission of Regional Association IV of the|
World Meteorological Organisation. This
sure that, the effects on flavour of different ria"d" from rf.ooo trim to itt-Sl! ^eetinR. held at the Caribbean Commission's
oiKcrncd. intensities of Insolation, as Influ-
Trinldad's share of world produ
EonUntM wilh tins work and iin- cocoa tree, and of irrigation, tlon fell over the same pernk! fro,," I waa a follow-up to vCevious Commission-
l>rove the t|u.ility of our cocoa." -'----j '-""..-.-
Mr. Leach wn taking part In
discussion at the IB3I COOOf Con- C.R5. to submit
mulching and fertiliser treatmenif.
"It is the tlrm intention of the
5.1 per
than half
per ceni. More I ..ponsored informal conferences of area
'''.......": '""'<" '")"" '> Qurtttj toBH bI ,i prontotot pro- .;. ,,:,'.,.,,; Ptopsjbfk
the Cocoa, chocolate and toniec- genies arising from its cocoa Figures lor coeoa export
lioncry Alliance. Ltd. The Alii- breeding programme. By the time u jST|jjiulil
aiice has )usl pubUsood full re- these pnagenles come into bear- ^.oj IS[iS,
he prweedings. togetliei log. our knowledge of the inheri- ., ~
^'zx^^E*%\'mMm erper,s- """s.h^ ."de r*
port of i
ith the bifbly technical papers lance of flavour character!.*I
presented to the conference by may have advanced sufficiently
leading agricultural scientists far to enable predictions to be
Among ihose who presented made In ary later breeding pro-
I'rof.-soi C. V Sbep- grammes. It is al-o possi'.le thai
hard, C3JL Vne-l'iuu ipal of the the proposed cocoa colleetun: ex-
Impcrlal College of Tropical Agri- pediiion to Colombia and Vene-
Ctllturo, Trinidad: Mr. K. W. tie zuela may find new brtedim? ma-
W,tl 'J1:; L ^.oT ",%!?* ,Pr,aI to !ntrod"CP <"*,rablo '; Among those amending the con-
sor P. Rangy CruL, Ol I.C.T.A.. vour qualities Into our prSMlM fcr,.nco werfj _
how '
correspondutg decline. Trim-
fell from 24,000 ton*
in 1V30 lo 7,000 ions in 1050. Mi
* byles pointed out that the per-
centage decline in Trinidad's cx-
por s 1111, been from five to on.
ptr tnough the latter figure was double
that of a few years ago. Ail othei
West Indian cocoa sources also
how a decline.
-.taff- and Dr. W. G. C. Fomyth
ind Mr. J. F Reraboutnn of the
Mierohiolonic;il R-iearch
Institute, Trinidad.
collection of clone* "
Mr. J. W. Vcrnon. of the
Professor Hardy's paper re- Wesl Indian Department. Colon-
viewed the work done by the lal Office. Sir Eric MacFadyen
I.C.TaA. at its experimental River president of the Imperial Col-
Chairman of the session devot- Fstate, but pointed out that tiiese ugt of Tropical Agriculture
ed to the Trinidad cocoa industry experiments referred to a partic- Mr. A. F- Trotman. Director ol
l. B Vyle. of the Alliance u|Br type of soil and a particular the Jamaica Department of Agrl-
locoa Commute,-, who paid a set of ecological condition eul ure. accompanied by Mr
w.n-m tribute to work done by the "For purposes of comparison," H F Top,n'i Mi " W. Leach
I I' T.A. tin- vear tvlcbratlng its he said, "certain of the cxperi- Director of the Trinidad Depart-
.:. h ..oniver^ary. ments should be repealed on a ment of Agriculture; Sir Harold
It was Mr. Cope, a plant breed- different kind of soil. To .hi* etui. Tempany. former Agricultural
it in the Trinidad Cocoa He search the possibilities are being exam- Adviser. Colonial Office and Mr
Scheme, In the course of a highly jneri of establishing a second small n BouBOM, M H.K and Mr. E. A
technical paper, who spoke of the cocoa experiment station at the Ardiews. of the West India Com-
.-\|>eriments conducted to dicover eastern end of Centeno Estate, re- mlltOO. I/.ndon.
exactly what faeton 1X0 rSSpon- cently taken over by the Trini- B.t'.P.
ecommendations which called for action by
h,- Caribbean Commission.
The Miami broadcast is the result of one
f these recommendations, as is the estab-
tshment by the French Government at
uadcloup,? of a rawinsonde station. This
station will play a very important part in
he prediction of hurricane formations, and
iprmit earlier warnings to be given. It will
ilso make it possible to forecast the path of
iiirricanes with greater accuracy, and give
.'ivice of changes of direction, which prevI-1
Hair* have not been very satisfactory.
The Caribbean Commission recorded its
ippreciation of the prompt action of the
'Jnlted States and French Governments, and
mted with satisfaction that Dr. Andrew
Thompson, F*resident of Regional Associa-
ion IV of the W.M C. had expressed
ipprova] of the work of the Trinidad meet-
ng. which, he said, had greatly advanced the
cause of meteorology in the area.
FAMOUS NAMES
IN
SHIRTS
Including the
^Stylish
' English-Made
CONSULATE'
(Detached Collars)
too, of course,
for query mood,
etvry ttccosion.
GODDARDS
EARLY!!
THIS WEEK is Holiday Week. Thursday and Friday being
lfolicl.iv*. we beg yon lo Phone EASLY for your favourite
Our llVaciVrs Sav:
Slupiil VWAosh
I -cute
SIKNow that the election
campaign has got
IlitCrosUns U WOll .lislresaing
that the candid.. e of bolh
poiiiiui | not een St
to address them"
which B
Tin* -.1
used to .iy is the
AI ui
from the itupldlty 'if ti.
it does seem to be harmful to the
candidates themselves, in that

' whnt th'-v ..re
capable of doing or

init of the pa
'it people
..,.,.'.
to dod-;>
face up to them.
There ;* ,.t prSSSnt Krave pub-
. faction over the educa-
tional system and the results over
laa but I.-* voara, Buielj >
CandldatO, who seeks cle.-tion
should be able to address the
, ! < \ '< ..-.'
.he proposed remedies.
Then there i the lack of proper
social services and the I
In establishing n
nd j.nti-
natal treatment for mothers is
ayOM srha
i .
.shere it I, aUaflad Ui it
there are iwo or three |
'-eds some suKuestion for
them. Tin
.hether there will \~- i
n

HI down or Hrhl
^!reet will
-'led and n maternity
regret table
that in | community where there
ure said to be 1M2.000 people the
only public hospital should have
only 339 beds instead of 600. It
> avsn more regrettable and
especially when ,i labour Govern*
ment has been conducting the
affairs of Government for five
yean that the one maternity
Hospital costing in the vlcinltv of
fVOOO (S24.0O0) should cater to the
less responsible BOCtlon "f Um eOB-
ii It) without offering any sort
1 ernes lo the middle class. It is
not to be understood that these
people, should not be looked after
M quits understandable
why middle class people -honld be
lenied a service which is granted
lo other*.
Than is also 'he ouestlon of
tenantry roads. The Governmcn'
Una example I" "he Pi'.e
nnd the l'iv F.-';'i- Tenp"'ri"<
tats to make private
do the same for peopl--
who ren from them This is a
matter which could well be dis-
cussed on the public platform that candidates for election would
hear the opinion of the people and
get their reaction.
It does seem lhat our politics
have become very parochial and
that the great Issues are entirely
overlooked whilst the lowering of
standards of public conduct 000-
tttutS ihe only means of popular-
|t] H is an insult to the In-
telligent section of the community
who should not hesitate to vote
only for those who apply them-
elvcs to the things that matter
VOTER.
Wont Imliiin i'rivkel
To The Editor, The Advoeofe
SIK We have all reo
how easy it Is fer a donkey to beat
racehorse over any distance.
(Shorthand writers please note)
t.ct Us never cease lo congratulate
B.C. (greatest ountry in the
West) if that would encourage
them to do better m future 1 srmi
truly sorry thnt the donkey did
not fare so well a '.111181 Trinidad's
Shetland pony a day or two ago.
But whit are the Australians
w.-.xing so hyste-nal about? Is
uwell-headedness the cause, or
ure they trying out new methods
lor producing cold feet in others?
I hope not Personally, as an old
fire-eater myself sixlh-rate of
rourie. I do admire the way in
which Goddard baa been shuffling
his cards and keeping the Aussies
guessing. As l/u Ho would say,
,' love that boy'"
When the MOond practice match
was halfway through. I heard
vw-ll-mcanmg Aussie conimenta-
I glad-rag ton.
that DM W I UrSt
position. Naturally, 1 felt glum
A day or two after, the same voice,
nol so elated, declared that the
W.I. had romped home an easy
winner Fancy' Time to wonder
whether the English Language is
undergoing sleep devaluation
Down Under. Already I hear thai
in the match against Queensland
tha w.i. with Chrtattanl and
Gomez batting, are beat.- Bvai
so, what of that? There is nothing
at stake.
Anything can happen In cricket
we all know, but with Goddard
ind his merry men it is unwise to
shout too soon. Wait until you ore
nut of the woods. Wait fnr DM
lests. The right to barrack might
belong to the Aussie ljut the rinht
to win under oven conditions
lhat is a different matter. May the
Lest win. I wouldn't im
'
not take his M
C. B. BOCK.
OUting Hill.
8M Hi.- day wilh a
ImiwI .if
OATFLAKES
.24 per lb.
For Vour Sandwiches
J. R BREAD
ANCHOR BUTTER
OX TONOUES
CORNED BEET
LUNCHEON BEEF
ROAST BEEF
HAMS in Tins
POTTED MEAT
LIVER PASTE
PATE DE TOIS
GODDARDS FOR BEST SERVICE


llllRMIW. Mtvr.MIU'.K S. 195)
n\nn\iM>s ADVOCATE
PAGE FIVE
Eight Give Evidence
In Larcenv Suit
I 3ES Rave evkteqcc foi i
Tlm.phiiis I'ains ol Welchnutri Hull. M Thomas.
trj ''. Police with house hrwlring and larceny
town properly.
Dog Show Will
Be Revived
iitixtom t>n vis
lHIM.lt LAST
In
' :.. Mi Justice G.
Counsel
. ..'.. V, '.'. K ,
i. iw.r General for the
>nd Mr. r. !i.im ot the
| #1 Tra
aUetfinjf 1! i i Mai 26 Par ft*
m kc li *tl r
pel HayrMa at St.
toll an fiifhi tuin*
; a Radio, pick-up and a
hm<\ the progMBft) of
I altcrna- the Agnrultu
ir vmuAi i:\iubith>\
There will be . renewal Ihta
yr:ir of the competition for dogs
at the Annual Industrial Exh'-
lumn which takes place on IX-
.ber 5 and 6. the Secretary of
munt nf receiving stulrn Advecaf*
propertyu Pye Radio and pickup thpre
og the *ame to rtave been Tf!,
prosecution was Mr. Joseph
( "Parkcs House". S<
1 Society |i
yesterday Last van
just a display of dogs.
competition which was car-
ried on some years ugo had
ceased for some time. This year
OMgnlsod bt Mr.'Ian
''...". '. ..;;. ' -. ..eBerbe-
"n Ma_v 26 he left "Pa rites House'.
St, Joseph closed for "Cai
i ti house. Among the
li*ft in the boil
SltlRI
sewing machine and ftarrad
The radio wag bought
for $178 and tba pick-up cos:
about IM. He paid $60 for the ...
do* Adrocafi
Fiv. (up h.iv? been offered for
romprtituin in Ihl section. One b1
Messrs. Y de Lima Co l td
for the best exhibit in the show;
one by thr Agr.i-ullur.il Society for
"" I exhibit, one
i for the
i
Ltd roi Um
Tuninu Kmih Scratched *3 r* the
best pun in irk
On M i il informa- Ti s.. ., said that entries
he Polio and on June for the 11 on coming
17 about 8 o'clock in the morning In. He said thnt :.
. He* Urrnd with Uie Pyo presented by Barclays Bank iD.C
i ink-up along with O.i for the best exhibit of fruit
Imi i uately ex- was won outright last
the radio and piek-up <"a*tle tirant Plantation
and th< i .- rat* the Bank will be presenting
I with. On the radio the I Dare* cup fot : dndlnj
tuning knob was scratched.
iBOVS* CLUBS PREPARE,
FOR CHRISTMAS SHOW
i'Ih>i.os Out Of
Order After
BeftVi Rains
N'KARI.Y all of the Polka Boya' and Gl
prepanni; In luivc .i t/linstm;i
preparing Km these hows.
rirluiin trw nlmn In cooking
making and tower making hava beer Introduced at the
Hay Strati Qirla' Club The inatructon are Mlai <; w
Hams. Mrs K Knight, Mra 0 Symmond
This Club has a mini! ; The girla ,
are also taught embroidery, and knitting, The Club is
partlv supervised by Policewoman Babfa
,.. ,.,-----------------------
n. .nl il i .1 v> ,'. Tru o I l
girls are dfcHDlaytng great ntiui /fe/flffP/IIO/YlfJCe iMiy
of rain
Igtitatown
.1 ij night Th.
night lfl use ' !
District "D
plali
MlnS Hup.
W |he I. 'ji section. Messrs
To Mr. FUrrov.. Mr. Ilaynes AIr hi-r-n ft de Lima haw pieitat- ,i.m ..v.-i (he n. -w ilassc-.
said that the M-rva.nl had lock- ., .up foi the l*-.t ex- The Spelghtttown Boyt' club Ur.MKMi.UANi f. DAI f I
ad up Varbaa House- and hil>n h.(S thv MiiMigaH Boys' CluO " ^y<-
that he had received a c*ll from (miipettlion Ke-nryanKed oricaM laam Thai leam i. > ll
the .mi about what had The competition foi augai end ready piinat a few mi bcellencj die Qove.....r Bu
happtaad in um bu-. When molMeei has been ra-ornnlsod from cricket, the AJIrad Bavaga ^iii laj
he wrnl to "Parkes House", he The competitions previous!) : ... lin active pnrt m table 00
noticed that a window hM.Ii foi pllUlUUoa while crystal sugar tennis and gardening. It has 45 A6 usual. Church authority
is tci feel from Se ground "no straw crystal sugar have mrmbera. 35 0f whom attend have been invited to hold ipcci^i
" broken l-iu! a pane of ceased and in1 their places will be rv-uUrlv. .e Uirounlioui the islaiic
,-lass ,, out. He had h-u.M ; '.....
r.tdlM from Mr. P. r.


j ition Hill !'
Si'hihp ll patta m
'''
daru
inch and l*
l ucj 28 pan. and St. J-hn
one Ineh ind 14 |
Libel. Slander
Action Filed

:-AlN
Rails K
Le ..1 l . !'.
..:.
dud ot
\ .. uluire who r

I'rani I 1
leer, and then
is keepiiw
up t.> the high iradiUom
1
M K unar in hhi quaatl
G iven meni we-
ll according to a recent
n| in tn.
local preaa the Mimsiet nl Agjrt*
.uliin- recetVed rase of beer fo
hddng perl la ntnaaarcial ad-
' 1 .iinpaign for a brand
\
, dl nn the Sec ret a r
md led......
whethei the cmdini ,,f the Mlnta
hsr of AgricultiiK
forms to smh tradition^ The copj
1 < the .1 q 1 was signe.
1 Mi Kumar and baa
the (incite ootoe bg him it 1.
not known rtnthat 'he gpeakoi
ai pewmtt Um qawatson in .
tabled la n- 1 ouru U. 1 Oea*
la now In! Devi*
a ChtaaMt, Ad.i 1
Carlb H'r that then
Mi Caril
111 Uieir ireeni rompatiiioii v.
..(i'l> ,!:
friendly en-operation m
prarnoUng a local pn-i
1 etng mentioned, suggested "i 1*
u-iid.-.!
0aee4$e has apalagiaad
Mi Hi ran ' en) in
v<- suflarad through ihl
Btnoe thai puJ Ik atto ih> 11
Minister ol Agn.ullure has nu
'i aetloa agani-i Mt Kumar 1
' el and slander.
'*/,
*afc-
In the treatment of tarcoptic mar.je In imall animalt
Tetmoiol' 11 invariably effective At the mcrtt. two or
ihraa application^ are required and moreover during
treatment no ipecial dotation it ncccmry
TetmcHol' it non-greaiy. non-ilaininr, and hat no
.bnociout smell.
TETMOSOL'
'etraethylthiuram Monosulphide Solution (25,1
:MPRIAL CHEMICAL (PHARMACEUTIUL:) LIMITED
A WOl. J.J
HMUOW
1). -fft and OiilritKilo/i
A. $ HHTDIN g SONS
MANCHI1TIK
AH8A0OS' LTD
hre Pye
v Mir. he Mi-i.ii' ..1 the
IumK of the radio broujtht by
the Police.
i for CM N
yellow grocery sugar.
cup for the, clear straw
Ml
PCS. MalTci
told
court that he i* she sole iflent lor
in Itnrbndos and on
19 IMI ha Mid Mi .1
11 eight tube radio Mr,
Haynes again came ti> hnn on
20 1950 and iKiuaht
another eicht rube Pye raeVo
When be sold Mr. Hi
. ili> he had | Garrad
|i)rk-up nnd he handed him two
plugs.
The serial number of the lust
8*1,403. To I nuestion
MalTci said
that I ^ nl never at iny UBMJ
done business with the accused
.Ai'i sold him a Pye
Ixtrimer Applewhite said thai
M ihe aloud uo "Parhea
m Instruction frwn Mr.
This was about 4.S0
I"-' When mm I'nished closing
Ihe place, she MOM to Kef home KC!.J?S
which is unite near the Horn
regul
Clnase* The two mlnnfcM sUence srul b<
Ctaaa | - *""
has been presented bv MeagTI ^fP^nlry. tailoring, m .1 making
1 Musson Son a Co Ltd.. and *" one for the vellow grocery by the tnicton *''' Ml K Johnson. Mr.
,ho Barbados Sugai Producers Ateo- B. Redman and Mr K Dow
intion p.c. *a: PontalUo <- the lupar-
The compatltlon for choice vlaor. Th-- supervl
molasses has also hern dropped thai Um boyi arc shewh
place will be a compeli-
Bpadal Fancy Molasses
A cup for this rompctiliuii lias
been given b) the Agricultural
Socle" v.
Work has been started on the
erection of booths in Queen's Park
for the exhibition.
interest in Ihe vorioul trade*
'Plie (iovernor will attend

: which begins at 10.3'
a.m. and is expected lo finish al
11.10 a.m. The ;
pray foi those who
. .
Af er the sermon Ihl
Calf le Disease
In <>reiiuie
V] 0B0ROB1 Noe 7
H.livl was ciuickly Ittetujhl
a bda lie
Hhonde. on ui northi
1,1 QrenadBi, who reported dla-
eose attacking the 900
(,f cattle kept on UM 1 I
official part) caanprtauuj the
Benlor Laboral n> :.


Department offlcet .....' Publl
"^POSr EARLY FOR J
ax XMAS I
*WEATBHuTIAI^J
lllst thr OKI s,.o illW
\**nl to i-M-i | rent lrlend*\\\
etetlves abroad 'd n...
horn. W
AND I'MM IM \\\
1.1 \111m vovh iits^
The District "C" Boys' Club. fatiOO will stand f"i UM Mamo work DctMXUnenl
-. __m Ak __ ____\ t IL.. f..^l.__ ___.1 .1. 1.. 1.. it
RF.MEMBRANCESUNDAY
IN GRENADA
I it bj ., ixtllarj
ii-\ braced 1
. the pond rreci
I
1 If im 1-' Mb* '
- .1 u. the othan
1 *
ili
St Philip bag 17 members. On rial of the fallen and [h. 1
Monday classes were started In "*U antruat to the Lord's keep
shoemaking and tailoring, Ai- '>*. thoBa who havi
ready the boys have thnvini: taTMO Of JuttlOa ai
vegetable gardens and they are When the ununpa.ei rrom Uu
given rili^if.u- loettin by In- Police Hand sound UM L
Spector Ch..iuih-i The indou- I*"st. the congregation BrIU keep wlui \, ,,. wrn ,, UM
games are cru-ket. draughts, sileni lot two mh l< TI ., ., Medicines wan
dominoes. an< followed by Ihe trumpet-
r^'.uAJ;l?*2I.T"??"a*",~ IM Sparrock 1. m ihaige of the era soundiim 'he u IU eUanlng of the v
iT UkOKGbS, Nov. T, Club. Miss I Kirttm and Miss prayers will then be sni.i foi- .,,,,,1.. (
Besides the usual church ser- G Bushell are airangtog UM wad bj HytnO 172 (A AM)
vices on Remembrance Sunday. Christmas programme* at Bbfef the BlSsatng, The Holy Euc*-ar-
November II. there will be a Club. 1st. The Collects, The Epistle
Parade Service at Tantcen at 10-30 p.c I, A. Forde, who was The Gns|>el. The InterCd i"i ind
am. after which there will be a formerly in charge Of UM District lln.tlly ih,
March Past by Ex-Servicemen. .A-. Boy8- club and who is asslst-
llll CKEB1
It \RR\|Xls


U.K. Sugar Ration
Grni*3" ,n* ,n arranging the Club's Camp
Fire At Senior*,
bugle
About 9.30 p.m. the same day
place at Se/itors ilanta-
I she opened
front the kitchen and
I Brace Vale Factory.
When she got up the staircase she
that the bar lo a door was
The next morning she noticed
that the window against the tele-
phone was broken. She searched
ihe house and found that the
eight tune Pye radio, the pick-up
and Singer sewing machine were
missing
Set. Hendeiion attached to
i Police ItaUon,
Id thai on May 27 he receiv-
ed a telephone nu-age and
went to Parke.-t House, St.
when he -aw Mr.
servant Lorimcr Apple-
white. She made a rtaternent
to him. He examined n window
wfilch was pointed out to him.
The inner noitlon of the win- _
dow was completely broken off bv vcar y,,
and a pane of glass In the 'i'Worid-
centre was out.
i-iliers.
VOtontaer Constabulary. G.B.SS at Gun Hill, is now allache.1 to
Cadets. Boy Scouts and Girl Central Station. He is clerk
OukMs The iJtsx Post and He- Major R Craggs, Fire Offleer,
veille will be sounded by R W F who is ROW respons.ll- Ih UM
dnuntatraUon nf the ciuiw
A dctachm.nt Irom UM 1. LuNlHlN. Nov 7
bados Regiment, the Barbados .1. nday Ma)
J" police 1 Lloyd new 1
will
Police station with the Polio 1st Mi NormaB Dodds Dortfoa
i Cathedral il 10 In " ol Ihe eareatnenl wl
m on tbair m 'v to Um I Ihe- Cubs, whan he wiu increase 11
Colonel Oliver Broadcust.-
Poppy Day League App drai. the datacfarnenl will ( by
w;.v ot Bpry Street. Ooh
to the C'-i
pass along St. MkhatTl
Trafalgar Square, Broad Btraoa
and Prince William Rani
Besides the wreath the Gov-
ernor Will lay, others will be
l.ini by the Commandant of UM
con -
Resd-

SPEAKING over Radio Rediffusion last evening. Col.
R. W. Oliver made this Poppy Day League Appeal : ioca| forces, the Offleer
Another year has none by To-morrow is the thirtieth manding the Bai
anniversary of Poppy Day first held in 1921 and it will ment and by oher organ*
be the thirtieth occasion that the Empire has set aside ^_
a day for remembrance of those hundreds of thousamU
of men arid women who died 01 who were wounded
in the Great War.
Nowadays we Include those Small Pensions
unfortunates who died or who
suffered other distress in the War Lasl ycui mnrr lna" 3S ,n"" ,.
sold throughmit the '
In Barbados over _.
$7,000 was raised. Our local in'
hiamli was enabled to assist 7-" >
hi ..1.!.1 c iivii. nn n in dis-
VOTS8' fOJtGBD
l\ TKIMIiXU
sugar ration'
question mtghl
1
1
:
DIED SUDDENLY
i ;.-., Barrow
.' 4.30 pi
. ,.
C, I- llutson. An enquiry wj
begun yesterday || li-
.....nicd.
DECRBE NISI
In
orl fu
Dl
'he Brit 1st,Xegion are as great as
t. and the need for funds, year
refore grow no less.
know the1 story In-hind"^ mspira^ sslthotsgili tiw
which gave us the poppy
mblem of remembrance.
Poppy Stor
POKT-OF-SPAIN
amount of 00001
. I
at the end of IBM was
(
pensions and Ml.M4.72e. So soys the report
CornmlMtOCam of C urren
On June 1/. he went n_^ n
ol Um ace used with oth<
tablee and made _
search. On going to the side door During the second battle
the accused asked him to produce Ypres in the Great War an A:
the search WarTOnl This he Offleer. Colonel Mcll.ie had a
1 going into prcmoniuon of death. He had
he noticed a P>e seen enoug*. of war to know that
grants are. pitifully small
send 500 to the central Haiic '"
Fund of the British U-gion. I s2,0o0.000
wonder if you know that the "p doll
nt. DB04
Id
clothl
up.
that was covered
There was also a
if.nlio Identified
1 ked the accused how he
the incessant bombardment of
pick- trenches, the murderous blast of
machine-gun (lie during an
attack, or in the misery of filth
mud
were accounted '
. notes of "<
"' tlighetl pension we are able 10 "", ''
V pay he 1 .to an V.x- ''' ' l,J,,K
nu to notes amounted i<> $3.547 more
the pitifully small sum o* 8.00 than the eotlmatod $^00,000 ind
a month. Not enough lo pay UM the I
rent. Sint amounted t>. t7t,-
Thls fine movement started as IfiC. The revaluation of tn-
Ot relieving Ih. diSlrOM n.i.U -.f UM MatO BSCUflty Fund
following the first War This last at the end of last year reaull- I
He. used now nc wcir verv B,i((ht Hc wpj
had obtained the radio and medical officer and whilst he sat
pick-up and BM 1 epi;. *-- down to waft for She first casuai-
re nuue." The radio and ,,M to ,, ln hr wrote thi*
hkh dogged men day In War*of'7ut'"a few years ago pro- hi a^ net increase 0/ $177,361
day out. the chance* of survival ducrd ,,,, B mi(u pick-up were taken to "Cai
i.K.k" UM b-;ach house at which
Mr. end Mr.. Haynes were stay-
ing, and Mrs. Haynes after
operating the Pye radio identified
the pick-up as her
; sporty.
The accused who was also
liken along in the Polu-
gfl taken to MM District 'F
S'ation where he wa-
iiged*
adjourning the Court
ICC Tsvl.
poem
1 his field
pock
1., ,.
Wf
purr to. hll In tnr .-
till *llv l|!:H4 fi-
Id anudit U< sum brlnw
r aae anon ees ->
mall dawn, uw au **( g\n*
dead and woundcsl of BrOfMrt i .-.'merits at that date,
men-ln-arms. We who an- alive During 11*50 forgenes oi not**
and well through the ecraftl Of were dotecled and charges pro-
Miose who fell, can show our |crred against three persons i.nd
gratitude by giving generously .onvlction was secured in
tomorrow. Every penny you can ,., BMMMn Of '
spare will be devoted to helping |(I|(V Hre Mt ,y(1) s ,itii ,,,..
leg in keep- yYaaor. Mr A H W
It L. Gwatkin.
In rUndvra ami*
Tahv up our qu.rrt-l. HI. t" for
j h*i.. l %cm w. |t>m
n> vaun lo hold II hM>.
lUi u> wtia air.
Wr uill 11c' >li-rp (ho* puppl Sic
nel1<
He
who lost 1
ing your world free, or who need*
the skill of plastic surgei .
him a new face
him walk in hi*, t.11 r.-
There may not be enough pop-
es to go round tWllOriOV
Sored
that the
. _. killed the next day. but thought behind it is an appeal to
Id the JIT> that llat Court Old the words he wrote were taken you to give generously |
last ee uj, bv the millions who lived and grandest cause the Worlo ha
M expected tomorrow we again honour the --ver knownto keep alive those
he would merrroi' of UlOM who kept thi rTarad 1 to keep
Bed them to come pre- faith. ..live.
I .red. Thi inelled. ^ ,1;
KITES OT tXCHASGK
I s 11. \
NOVKMHfH T IMI
q
'
as as
IKht nr.ns at t
1 1..... < urraaei si >
si*.
. Hon 11
tdge, sir Allan CoHymoi
deeree nKi in Ihe oal
,1 r o. k>

N
FOUNDATION OLD
BOYS' MATCH
Tn* Pound*! on !'> I
nt Crti place -
a School to-o
ag 1 in when the foUowu
.ii repreaenl Um Old I
i Marshall m ipt .. s Cba

.irriv n Harris, m Pa
iiiow, K Clarkt
ind L Thomas
>\\ITll
LUBfJ HallrU
I /.l|'p Kr> i MM
Hand ... ..mi. OJ
4.ill .i-
faVWSBl l.lil!
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Sff OUR
FINE DISPLAY
KMI.IILS
in.
I
kKry fai
I 4
Um Paaeea
Poekei Maidcurf
I lull Knife in rasa.
Masnlf>liis Qlaai in Cm
m* Poefcrl I.lrtionsry
. Shopiiini I .i
%> 1 eeee Loaf Not* n..k
\\\ 11. n Orsae ba Oeas
( ideiS Hand Hsr 1'nr.rs
r. nk 1.id- in Ogea
taaBMi BtMa-aaag Paraai
tomb in Use *:i kinds)
t eeah and 1 ih- 111 Case
BewUaj Bel
Hook Marker
\.s Oaaaa.
I oh.t. 1 |..i>. ..> l*i>a.li IIii 11011
.1.. 1.1. Bn Cases
oi i:\ixt.
On SATURDAY loih
1951
NOVEMBER
The Mow IMI.I Shot Store \
M No I.-. I -.....I Slreel.
1.
M,*
'',,.,. M .ii. 1 11 iih ihe Mil 3
ol IUrhadi In Odour
Bkjtl VValleLs nilh thr Ma
f WeM taeaea
t usrrMe Oaeae wilh Co
eared fan ol ii*iu.oi.
' ille I'mul'i ( ni"|ii. 1%
ivith caloerad vims ,
Bar ha dm
Chromium CtgaMtl (aMgO|
i> Mb Mm Craet id 11111.1
VVa thank our i
..(ill liuW
ervta it ou
'mill for IheU berieilt.
thcim kind pat-
ilK'r them improved
ItCore which has been
VVa trust your kind lupporl will continue In the
.lo
''hroinio
11ll.
hadov
All tlo
mall and
'wntlnc an
MaUh Box (
|h.. ( ret f H.i
&$>
HOUSE OF SERVICE
larva <;tfu *rr
cs* U park for/
.1 Ihe* are r
ptneMi prrtwel
'mi 1 H ' UfOI 1 aoa4
- 1 v 1 K) a 2<
m i \* von r.vT '
-I'M _T* MOIIMOU
'ill TIH RIMWVT*
--. VWWArVW%rVr."",n^^r\rWr">l
ZBIIII1 MAIM'
J IIP.
Ml %
S
FOR BEST RESULTS
USE
i'i iii.w (lions
IN THE CHECKER BOARD BAGS
H. Jason Jones & Co., LtdD..inbui..
!
\ sWrWyvyv'- /avwvw !
.....Ktogsieaisd
, lundmoihi' no lued in t muill hoo
WU onsing
h.ipri> ' Jie uipped aloag .
Rut s bigbad -0H.4- Red Riding Hood
and rin 10 the fnndmolhcf'* cotlsat.
Wl>en Rod Kidmf Hood srrrvsd. h
poun>xd on her and ated. "Aha* Now
I'm S*Mn| 10 eat >ou up'"
and othaA bomdttful aIljIha
ion tadkA bH 1 fKJOLA
We have recently opened an entirely new slock
"Wail'" cried Red K
ihi pulled out a d'th of Royal Pudding
from her baikcl. Ihe wolf lued 11 to
mucri. he f ruslwdoaitor-jy more Ro>*l Puddmi'
o economical -and
1 nuimioui Treat your famdy 10
Kjii! PasaBBg ti-jj.
iese famous Shoes in an assortment ol Ine
most beauhful styles.
BLACK, NAVY. BROWN, GREEN SUEDE.
WHITE BUCK with Cuban and spike hwais
a wide range of styles.
NB-Our prices are cheaper than others
CAVE SIIIPIIIICII A <<>.. LTD.
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pace six
BARBADOS ADVOCATE
I HI'lisI) \* M>\ I.MIII.K . 1951
HENRI
BY CARL ANDERSON
Canada's Wonder Remedy Is
Here Again-To Stay!
MICKi-Y MOUSE
BY WALT DISN'
BBISHJiry
BLONDIE
BY CHIC YOUNG
For CHEST COLDS, RHEUMATISM.
NEURALGIA, ARTHRITIS NEURITIS
ECZEMA, BURNS, SORES, PIMPLES
There*! aotUu like Bvaklejr'i White Bob f<>r breaking up a
iiKlit cheat eon orer nlfht, or NirVMnp the tabbing, I
puin of rlu'nriiiitiMM, arthritia. neuritie, nauralbjia. stiiT nure
I:..,ii or the mitrr.. oi Urea aebifltg feet Joel rub il Into
the lore -!>'> the i.....fasted ohetl oi aehinf, tired muscle*,
loci reel tie peon and loreneai reniah in a natter of nuotea.
BueUey*a White bib Ea ;. aeisotlflo preaeriptloa containing
!( aceree Ingredieata, earefnllj Nleeted lor their proven thetav
peatic rain It etiiwnlatei circulation, breaks up eaDceetioo
and reueree pain. Hnaia and toother, loreft pimples and tired
raBT We rnarantee MOKE relief In LESS
tune or your money baek.
ItMKIIW
exaimaas
WHITE III II
STAMP CATAl
METAL CAH BOXES
saw rnJ-s
rNGrNKW. fu.es
STOP WATCHTS
.s.:'.'.'S.'S.:::'SSS''S''-'>-
THE LONE RANGER
BY FRANK STRIKER
STAY WCOC WITH THE MCSfcS.TO'.TO.
CLLGO 4SID THE JAIU TO
MAKl Sot SAO DOESHT
JFBE aTBS.
rrsTncr M IT M TMtcM
Hotposeo
YOU'RE SURE TO LIKE
Maralyn
HOT
JOHNNY HAZARD
BY FRANK ROBBINS
sy-AiniNc topax a net,
T-^OPI- 'MMKV TIMS
SrDOP CTKX*/ TKAPflP M
the peeri rv aucajpmg
ATAK -rNfEKT CM U**C
TUCB CWKTAIN JOMNNV
ax> T.K.T. uolp iftanz
-3ftlACBttaNATTeAT TO
rtAOU 4A*ETV' ItWCP POWN
Ne*e an outpost Rjn.Tuev
ALMOST GIVE UP MOPE OF
KUCHIMS IT-WUIM A
OJPPtN SANP-STOBM
ovce tmsm -me scree*
NttPEP TO MAKE A Cft(H ..
S3
COLD
Manly* It fjM bed-iime drink
and bttlpt you ro Uccp soundly.
And nothing oold he nloer ...
Marilyn ii creamy milk Jcliaou-lv
flavoured, and entuhcJ with ener
filing *ugai, mah and vea*r.
* BOVRIL QUALITY PRODUCT
ftO >KKI) TO Aim
MILK on SVGA*
MAHAI.YX
.1 REAL
TUHUA.KR 11 '
THE
SINISTER
MAN
By F.DO\K WAUACS
ON SALE AT
ADVOCATE STATIONERY
IT PAYS YOU TO DEAL HERE
SPECIAL offers to all Cash and Credit Customers for Thursday to Saturday only
USUALLY NOW USUALLY NOW
Robinson's Fruit Squashes (boisi 1.28 I.Ill Farrows Peas (Una) 25 5151
P.F. Roses Sweet Biscuits M 1.47 I.HO Oak Powdered Milk M 80 72
26 re


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lELEPHCNt 250*
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I .rranowi-
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I earl* rr aor* OP -*I-Ojk ar.u
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FOT au'h*. Marr'aa* * ri gag-nx-n
onnoun-cBi.nl. in Carlo Calling- th-
*"! ! 13 Cr. fc. *n r.ui'iWr of KtxiU
up to M and cent* par word for eac.
eddlltoial -.orJ Trim, ,-a.-. floe- I9M
bH*ni H and p m )l 11 for lleaU.
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Wreath, -c.fpua ;it Funeral Pa
J o clock
anutid CMTtRtOsal 'hufl
. v .. \i ,
ro SAU
Meat- aa. cheep.
SO n Jktd.ni -
uo-d* h>ii a ar
AUTOMOTIVE
II imi y .;.
. i*i>

a rage Dial MIC
CAP Hover IB H r !. -. -,
hroiighoot .i> ata
1 ..i h) cfti.d
oe appre-
nated App!> J For

m w.aaa 1 Mt f n
KLrXTkiiAI.
HADW-Om J Valve H M V Radi
i ggaauai Ha 0a. hi... Wmm DM
Dial 1*1. T II M I I n
HA DIOR (lo- 10 1i ib.
Fatio m prrt.ct condition. lovclv Cabinet
i l one "PhUco I lube modal, earn-
dlttoi, aa new No reeeonablc olt-r
refuted Apply The Standard Agency
iB'doa. Co l Swan Street Dial MBU
4 II Mr An
LIVESTOCK

Bank Mall i
Flan*. A
IN MEMOHIAM
T.. bun* |
The da' w* do not lhl.1. ,
I* lery haid lo It.iJ
cr l.> In hit,, inhered by John U
ramsnA*
1
Han. who died on November Rn 1IH
I HRMI is
lu died
in* MM

On* vaar ha* p***ed *inrr lhat aad
day
. I mi called away
God took him !..
But in .. ,-ih Mill
l "K-mbrnd by Notma Penco.
icillr Uakiol. IMd.. l.**r* i*i*tor*>.
nold ciwuitan brother.. Will CUrk*
i N (lark* >a>int<
II 51In
mimi- If nving mamory of oiir drai
p other Mm Chrlatlna Julia Hind*, who
in ltd-
Wool b* thy te*t.
And pi." . U t>e*t.
in Hu keeping
Angela ihall guard th> ilreplng dual
I fea

. Id her Iruit
/ina and thy deep repoao
I rOM I M
M>.. lUdw I....C. fcgberl
Alden. Oiaiiv.ll.. -nd Van It -:
I and Tj.c Redman
laona-iivln | and Oar-
HtMkl idnuifMn*-iti-lBWi
I II MIn
I (li. HIM
IIOUSKS
lwv*r Coaal. nawi- bull!
. l.diowtia
Fully furin-i-d All n>odrrn con-
vpnivia-ra From 1*1 January IflU.
Dial ZkM 1 II J|an
H 1 SII f n.
PARK VIF.W IVprr Ibvb.H'k Rlraat
3 btdl^Itu. Phone fM
II M -Jn
LOST A MM AH
LOST
POCM I
Bltrh alao two
BHaMaaUg
Abardern Call
MECHANICAL
T\ I'f-WIUTBUOno Royal PorUbia
\ plWIl, piactwally new. with milTl
martin aW alao ona la inch Carriage
SUndard fnarnwod" typawfllar, vary
iillk' uard No raaionablr offer ief .etl
Apply Tha Standard Agcni > H .1..
CO 14 fta/an Street Dial MM
g II MSli
WA"HtNG MAClllNUt ana VACUUM
i'LF.AM'KS Anuthel >hlp Waild ta.i.... IKKIVCR W.ahing M..-
chlnaa and Vacuum Claanara haa ,uat
ami-d Call early at K B Hunta *
co Ud and aava dlaappolntmant
Waihlng Machine tlU oo, Vacuum
Cleaner Ma OO Dial J0T7 K V
HUNT* CO LTD U H ,i.
MISCKI.LANLOUS
ANTI-CREASE rtOHDCnED rTJM
tlility-lhiee lovelv oratgna and
everybody taking, what about YOU '
lo"* in time at Ktrpalaul. S-.i
Rl"*f 11 M -In
AMUtlCAN CIIIUSTMAS CARDSA
loveV. aaaniUnent of Amrni.n i in -tiTu<-
Card* In boiaa of IS different Carda.
i:itr.'i He and/ uncommon. Clearing a|
fO oo per box You ahould call at our
off" and are them immediately The
Standard Agoncy Rdon Co 14 Swan
Sti.et Dial MM II si 5n
COAT One ladvr. fur coat mutoi
iMMll ,l..u beaver. IIJO 00 On ahow al
Tihm- lleauty BbMOj. McGregor Street
Dial MM g ii ,] | ,,
FRESH SEftDS- Carrot. Cabbrge. Heel
Itlnnla. Snapdragon. MangolH At etc.
Bruce WMIherhead Ud T II il 3n
ll'.M; ( fsillciNs CNITS H.-.JV
ackeo Spring CulHlon* Unlti, ]ul rajgah
or padding and covering at a price
>f If 40 each The Standard Agen.y
Tha undenlgiird win *.
Libhc Competition al Ihelr office. No
I High Street. Unrig*!.....
tha llth day of November. IMI. at 2
The mraiuage or dwrlllng-houat known
( HARMONY ll.AU
Arrea. M P.r.h.. 0l
toerd. .Itu.le near Top Rock. Chrl.l
CT.urch, the rcaldrncr ol Ilk
A Clarke
The rfwelJIiig-hnuie (-.i,(,ii,. Open
\rrandah. Drawing and IMnlng Rowiiia.
Bedroom.. Toilet jnd Hath. Kil.h.n
Pantry Garage and Servant.
Inipcdloii I | Thin-1. -
only, between the rumi. ..( ,
or further paitl ;
C-wTTlj:. CATFORD 1> ( ..
i ii uSS
IM m l< .\OTI(KS
NOTICE
r4Rli.ll OF ST ANDRtW
I IfTRBBY GIVE NOTICE lhat I ha v.
aalablKhed my office al Turner. Hall
Plai'taUon Office hour* Tueaday.
Wrdnradav and Thundai- from II a in
to 1 p m
F A IM.II.\H VI. J P .
"i,.n,lng OnVer,
Pariah of St Andrew
i II Si lln
NOTICE
rAjuaa of t lvot
Having been appointed Returning
""-'I lor Ihe Piri.h or St. Lucy. I
hrrr>* gne rtdUoa that m* onVo la
catabll.hed .1 the Selah Bo>.' School,
aciiirdhigly
B E BARNFTT
II M 3-1
NOTICE
CAT Male Gin
I MrvU anawi
Ginger SnlUhle R.
.
LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE
'tn ami kv:i>\ \t
lawi of Jan.ei Whailo
Ttnanli'. ChnM Chu:
III.1..I- ivii-n Ol M l.i-im
I have eatabllahrd my offk>e al
Andrea* Factory. Mondai and Tn.n.-
dayi gam lo J p m
J C KkSG.
Returning Officer.
St Joaaph
T II SI- .in

Ill
A.hbv
Allrtne. m | gBMl Ml board and
v with -nedroof atlaenad at
^t Philip, lor permlrelon to
um tie aald Itcenae al a board, ahlogled
."id galvaniard .hop attached to reeidenre
r.i Boaide-i i l t.-hii.i Church
ii

laTiOKR. F-aq
glali it* I" 1 I'
.Sgd JAMES WHAHTON.
V|.. .li .ii.t
'. 11 Tin. application will be ton-
ideied at Ihe I.Keiu>Ing ( .....I a* BO
held on Monday. IMh dm I
NOTICE
PARISH OF ST THOMAS
I hereby give notice that I hav*
itahllihed my office al Belvedere near
I Ridgeway. It. Thomoa.
Office houra Tuesday*. Wadneaday
id Thuradaya t 00 am. II a.m.
DOUGLAS HAYNES.
Returning OffU-er
Parlth of Si Thoma*
7 II.SI3n.
IMI
DaH
t ivh.
VERY POPULAR
ol .
M.-.i.
M ,D\r
pr> Roon.y
Ea*> to keep clean and mod-
RAVE YOI BOO Kill
Call and ace them lor youretll
bcfoie all are delivered
LADIES JuhI I'nparkrd
SPUN
silks!
hi I'laln -huh. Small and
Larfr Floral. & Bordered
Orsutng You would love
the*?. Call El
THANI-bkos
Pr. Wm. Henry Street
DIAL 3466
NOTICE
FAEIH OF ST nrOROF
I hereby give notice lhal I have ea-
i .blLhrd m. orTlee at the .Parochial
i -Mir. Vedneaday and Thur*-
dan from lo a m lo 1 p m
H B Parochial Treaaurer'* orTlra will
be held at Ihe Rotary from Ihe 13th
Inttant
W A YEAR WOOD,
Returning Officer.
Pariah of St George.
NOTICE
!"RIH OF ST Uffjf
! .
Ihe Pi
Bchooi an. ,i ihiI I
ihan Eaturda* J4ih n.-t
In .naighte......
lea* than eigt.t and mm more lli.ir. iwei.
vean of age Form* of application mi.
be obtained from Ihe aroehlal Trea.ur.
on ofEce daya A Raptltmal Certincal
muai accompany each application
Candidale* mu.t preaent themaelvei I
Ihe Hradmaitor for examination On Mm
da* llth ln*t at 10 o'clock, a m
i> 1. DEANE.
Ve.tr. Cletk.
noun: LICENSE NOTICE
The application of Jamn Sandlford of
ivne* Bay. St Jam**, for permiaatoi
lo atU Spun*. Mall Liquor*. aYc at ,
i Bay. st
Ja mo-
Dated 1Mb Hth da. of November. IMI
To H NUBSK Eaq .
Police Maglf.iate
Diit "B"Holetown
Signed LESLIE BAIRD.
for Applicant
\' 11 Thai application will be con-
Ltcenting Court W be rn Id
I fJapulBl E' Holetow
he Mtn day of
|l. at II oclork. a m
S If NUrWB.
IM III II SAIIS
REAL ESTATE
BOSVIGO HOUSE- Lagle |l*II Hood.

>i -aid all ancloaed
THE DWE1.1JN..
Open Veiandaba. Kncluaed Ga ii
mfc and Dining Room. 1 Re,;

F .ntr> kur-rwun agg -p_| fell .r-
Tha Guvernmenl Water a* well aa
WinaBn.li |
for garden* and l..*n
Garage lor 1 Can. and Servant* rooma.
A portion of the bid .. .
Coroanul Treea. Guava treea. M.n...
OOO*. OoMen Apple Ireea. and BrMdfrutl
tree* and anolhor poM. of land pk.nt.-d

OFTERdl IN WRIT "
'} the underaigneii
llth da' ..f N.ivember, at .
etKlor doe* nul band her., i
He htgheat. or BJa
Inapt eta a ".- day eacept Sunday* on
applrfation to Mi. Hanachell. Tel.
IMS
lor further particular* and i uugRlln
f aale. apply to-
COTTLX. CATIXlRD X CO.
NO IT. High SI.eeV
!.,,.-, ,:"--
WAMIII
EYAMTO>.
Top R,-k, .t.nding on hall
-" acre, having 4 bedioom. Dt.u.ig
Mgd v .. |. ...- |U.. ,,|, ,,..i
Tollrla '..l Rain. -Ilh
Mcdrm Kitchen Out.Me I i
Servant.- Room. Children'* PlaV Room,
The Qard.M.. aie
The above Ploperlv can 1.
dealred With po*>
Situated <
lull)- Fui mi.lied If
1 help I 11 al-Er.

5 t \ kajogaoM ai o Advocate
IES1DCNT MFMIST A Re**4en
I
a per aeaauan
in unt n*J will he rrc.-lv. n
jart culnr

Law A Conneti
TYPnrr am
peiean with written application lo Sof>
retary Dowding Eatale. ft li
ltd Bay Street 3 II 31 *,
l*Sf F...
1 11 In
H
rgoriHTT Thedwelllna I
' r
1
Dnlaiiniig led..
alei. drawing and dining rooma.
Kitchen Tone! and Hull.
rooma. Oarage. ha I
Land .uft.cienl to build 1 Bungalow*
Hlghe.1 offer nut .....
Inipcctlori
to J pm Telephone 11X3 for further
paiti.ua.. 3 II SI 7n
THFATRE MANAC.KR A
Managet for Ihe I'l A/A nilWTHE
Harbaree* Applv hi
^i the office of CARIBBEAN Tlll.VTKEa
LTD -The Bar
l-otwen the hour* l a m and IS noon.
..pplicitmn* treeitod
.drmr 4 II M In
i.ii ana MTATTV1 Full Urn. r*ri -

Iriiran.e Co In M.ih......
.a II. in.llr.'
. of.lldeo.-e Apply:
Imuiance Underwit
3 II SI -.n
"HORN-'
The under.igned will off.i I
...
IT. High Slreel Bridgetown
day Ihe gth dJy ol November. IMI at 1
Th* Collage known aa ROflN". In
i* in Avenue. Stralhceyd.
If Drawing and Dining Houii... | ll.d
n.m* iformeily ll itti ,11 no.inn
invenlmcea. and the land ., erMrl
II aland*, containing .110 .qu.ur (eel.
WHck i. fully ri-li.d
Imp-clion on application lo R A Cor-
btn. General Trader* Lid
For londltlou* of Sale, ippj i..
COTTIX. CATTOHD ft Co
il lo M an
nilklMl HllM\
Situated al Top Rnrk. having 1 bed-
.* with connoctlni Toilet, and Balh*
Large Ha Icon *. Iiavlng ., view to the
Sea Lnunge Dining Room. Modern
.....id- I Car Oarage. 1
Servant*' Quarter*. Toilet and Hath.
Laundry
Thla rW-.idn.ce ha* Bnlll-ln-CuplMard*
irronghcint U
.-i
Eictiu ttpra >'mh- .... ,
aady imtalled He.dy lo. i
aa i ami no Further particular* apply
,lph Beard Phone Si 10
AKTION
am uiatrucled by the Earrulor* of
the F.t.1, nf J.me. E Seal*, deroaowd
to tell S i I. the opr* al
ii Ave N. w Orlgoni, SI Michael nn
Tin ndai - punt, imi
Sale I o'clock.
-I IMiNAUl I.AMI 1
Auctioneer
a il sian
UNDER THE DIAMOND
HAMMER
On Thur*day the Mh November IMI
I f O'clock al Ihe Court*.' Garage will
aold by Auction' ona Vauxhall 11
:ar Term* Caoh
DARCY A SCOTT
Auctioneer
II Sl~4n
UNDER THE IVORY HAMMER
J In.lructlin, ,-,-e.ved 1 Will aell on
I'ort Ho)al Garaae. SI Michael'. Row.
li IMI Analia Ford I IIP. 'Damaged
n arcidenli Term* Ca.h Bale at I
VINCFNT (.lllllllii.
Auctioneer.
4.1141 in
UNDER THE SILVER
HAMMER
ami Pi wovi yinis
T1'F.I>AY it'i. 1). A Q l-
Sale Aherrtare Chn.t I
TUESDAY Mil Mr. <;..,.,* Clarke
lair Horrno I I urch
THUI'SDAl Mh vi- P
BRANKtR. TROTMAN A CO.
Aucllnncrt'.
UNDER THE SILVER
HAMMER
TUEeil)' I of in
G Leorock we will nell hi. :
Aberdare Chriit Chui. I
Include*
Good Dining Table <*cat I0>. Upright
and Arm 0>air*. Flat Top De.k. Side-
boairi. CM
i Mahog Morru Chair* with
P
laaTrOJ In Q M irhW Shell.
..ol... ll.-... Round T i> Top Table.
Hall Table Upright Cl..n, Ornamenl
T.l.le. ii, atajuNM
Sleep Bad: Pv* Radio and Plrh-up
'good', Ping Pong Table. Gla** and
China. Dinner and Tea Serviere: Plated
Ware. Verandah ('. .
eralor i|B ii-.nO.*' and a We-Imghou..
Refngeraiior In workUuj order. M T and
Enam Top Table*. Beautiful Old Mahog
Linen Praaa. Cheval Gla>; Deak. Di -
ing TablM. Mlrd Pre Book.hell In
Mahogany. White Painted Divan Bed-
atrad* and bed*. Canvaa CoU. Bangle Iron
lledaleada. On* Burner Valor S*ove.
Kitchen Table*, land. i
Garden T>!. Wheel-Harrow. Lawn
Mower. R..... '"d oUier
Sale II M o'rlock Tern* raah.
KAME-ha*. 1KOTMAS CO.
i H B
One Motor
For Every
92 People
In O.W.I.
DJ 1KOIT.
Tht'u- i. inn' motor vi-iiu lo
M paopla irho ll*n In

eomEaUod b) ih
US. A fact
AxsociaiiKi' .it l)< troll
The i.>i .i I. |
,
Vrhli IfJt gjlaf] I' -
UM W, '
' .
1H.253 v.--
.11 iioiuik1 in..st ." in ivaia
csrs. 5.2H2 coovinrclaJ n
IW ai ii..- oil......nd <(
lhe> scull- -. wbrCfa
tu I !

W.rlil Avi i i i-
Tlni.onhniii tbi n -..-I
aKf "n...! H
plo). The
Wast i ,.,.'.,.
Ih-Iiiw Um arOrld
UM ertrld
ii.in li worm off for mot." '
for example, which has al
iifth <.f tha i.ci|>kii,iii..!i ..f Um
whole World, hal not many more'
inniois ui.m UM Waal In
g ii .hi BVtjnan n( ona n I ttn
every R.7*s Innal
The "motor pofHiaeAton1' <>'
rVoat ]
1S.776 in
4.2S5 hi British Oul .'I.. 4 ii. i
in liiidados, 2,617 In I M
'
in st Lucia i in .. pu
illation I.....i- Uid M.ihnmaa erv
bel off. pjrlUl
FMorda 8( V
the WOfrai off. willi on!.
motor foi i\.i. ):i: paopla
Other Colonies
< np.ili-il ith Otbai Hlltrh
Coloniul territories. On
:l off fol
""- u Kaoyi ' i
'
901 of the pOpUaftUoE
other All,.
show Tnurh battor tinuies. In the
United Kuii[it""i itself, tha tvi
aac is one mIik-le f.u every U
paonia
Nc.'illy ..II tin'
inerrml VehtelfM in use m |ha
West indies art import
the United States, corn).
(la*. ci.iiunE finiii l!r it
dollar raatrktlona koap the rate
of impoits down
In IMO. lor example. UM U B
only hi
can and commeni.l -
the whole of UM Bl II I i
: i r
' i i B took 19.
Trinidad i look 11 no
mercial >
'
i
Bl .iiili t.
n i !
No i -oinn
Back
It U Hie Workiil-
< I i Thai rounls
- Bi9ye4,V
. it In his
. that i

. . .
i.iknig the opportunitv to talk to

.order to a* thin- lupiMrt Mr.

l.K-1.

' I
I-
Vho had ii.
:
:Mow thf
take Um Con-
SJt UM rkin,j
If that

|



who hud the U
brought
th*3 n...-'

l.
Hi ha he ultn-
linns.
i i i hav*
In MHir j(irn.l
itmanl "
OHII M \l
SOI YFMIIS
( I II IOI IVTHIIKS.
ibwbli, CAavmoa
KMllROII>l:itIE8. Elr.
IILVM'S
Pr. Wm. Hrr. t :: Dial JIM
I
For 7/lr Mr tat Polith
m rrom page I
ra [fad
a to how Ibf this
policy might go> Would u apply
to ineas.,
it myself on what is pi
aid
.nether hi
Centi -\ ..
i that a gtatemenl in.
this subject WOUld (i
oinm^ | .
'he next rortJllgnt.
Regardinit the futura ol Colo-
nial Dovalopmanl Corj
LytMHon said he had had con-
wtth Chairman of Uw
-
tilnk we
I" >.....' "
lion at the mon..
T.ay vlatt ap
Malaya where he la due in th<
UlW but h.
n i-oiniiiK str;.ii!hl home from lo..
totir Which
short duration he i
that he hoped to be
"iriair-borne ag posatbie".
How Ixinx ?
lad then
which gives food for thought 'a


oftler?an .; .
H
i

stair rn-!
iter.
9t John Needs
B< Her \\utorSii|>|lv
1 ,,r' ,: '"is* Asso-
|"'"" hold .. political
' Bl Jotaj

' I UM pnrigh Of
H John ..' Ihe next General 1'!.. -
Uori for the Hou ol i
v I..,. ,,.,,.
" I
; I" the ui.......ivilcgod Ho
kietw aboul th.ir luftarli
their c6a> | Aa an
tiftmantan ie hoi .... m aaaui
he had
with tin i hlldren
e would tell thorn, tu
. WOUld go Into
In the
1 i million in tin- rOOpOR '
i ha ha
in :i,. I 11-inn
' and Uioro again he
i >..
va .'ii.- Nn ko to UM poa
prooonl
iit.t very grail
MM .nil w.is
know ii'-iii-
i '
Mr. Nlli .f tit.
lil ho would liKht for
(..i um
, oople and moro
c i lalb '"i ano peopte of st.

the thlngg ho
fur the i Id was
. -
i fj i | in iimli-r-
st Michael
kod UM ntppOai of
H li 10 b .it UM polls and
li......Hd to Kive then nf hi best
-eiVli .
Italiair Kariiu- A|c4M
'Va LeftTflFor
Mexico
MItaAN, Nov. .
a group <>f i ..ii.in rawing!
tetai Uiut, I
I i
foi Mexico i ii>

V llotat and Taluffl will
iv Aflei
Mi ' rn onti Ital
:..
i
'
i .
-If.
Jane Hussell '(.els'
A Baby-Bo)
NFW YOI'K. N..v 7
-
I
han i
i
LrOM said that lb> I
onlv an
ver. that i

m. i rod thai
I in U teroal

. rent

...
.
1 i..i.i. ft*)
Had heen
I 'I in (ui attempts to
li-. Id bahyU.P.
GAIRY
d> rroM paae I
Uon of all
i ommun-
.."'
culture and commerce.
I kerl Kesoiirei's
Ad lot .1

icoods or
B UM re-
.ultinK in.
Had '" iki- tb
Be) tell th.it the >1itnu'i be*l

.ipproacri tlnoiigh public corpora-,
UOn Mi, ;
Covernment- ih.ujtiil
[Ti.iiHvti, o if igihulluial. tourisi
ud Um
(irenada in tni

oihty iuid good
I
vi.nl.

ft
. ui i i
PuslUvo \.tn..i
Keferi. i.
"hen dp VOttod I'
!- ii.ii. ..i tu
I).' :

wantinj
tu induli'e in i.
: K.l-in
i. v. bul

tenous I- in mind



i (oi unit) .nul co-op-
i .uon vs ii ii the rotacwal of tho
nd good i
da w a foi mot I)
i intod bot-

UMrn and it "'- Up U

Brif-holp Mnt
( n-o|M-i.'f inn
Wishmc memlterg aueresgful
ti'ifn ho pledged ro-oponllon
, ivll icrvice. ..nn wlUini
li .niv time to dta-
UUk Is not tin
ii nootl] and with .
, iril ol n utu .1 roopi I ind pood
Mil
vV//.V.W/V////////W-',i Ti"n
Geruuuiririn \Ltkt-
World's BlggBtl
MALTA
gj rroon page 1
Pumping Station
iittit
It has i
eermg firm haa

-f the werld'* rngiiil pnmpint
the iliinklln: WatM Ml]
I


'
oil* Will
i-.o Tha
weighs 200 tons, and H
havo 21,000 horse i
\

. duled U
be shipped to Argent:i i
Mienth.t'.r
IKAN
# rroon OgdM I
0 act basu
.'
I
added thai
II h ninth
. tmplogrod
I .oi the) ..

arguerj that if Ir.m m sell tin
minimum of 8,000.000 to I0.0OU.00H
Eojm oi mi and mi pu :
niMll) lo Htit.m and other eoun-
tries Iran will be able t
... and will not nee.1 foreign .nd

' mbork on ihe
. opui n oducatJon oil UM
maaaes to which tho Premlai al-
t'.r.
The isUnd'a Induatn k virtua
i the Maltese
i* that their .
factors depending, te
an abnormal extnnt. on UM
I UW N A f
Hut from all available cominenta
U ait survey I M
harbour, which in two world
" I the fleet*
'A'esteni Powers. thfgf_-
no indication of an iii.lustriil
Malta
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IIAUBADOS ADVOCATE
THURSDAY. NOVEMBER X. 15I
W.I. LOSE GAME BY 10 WICKETS
Goni ez Misses
Cen tu ry Kn ock
o\ mi nii\ms
I i.'in HAKOIJ) H\l I
SYDN1

Mil'.' In 1 .
niiv to the defeat Kasily ih< begat Wesl India
ing from the name to OOWW'i sudden discovery of form
that will rnd his personal I I vloill failures.
Th<
i aid t.<
Goddard cave his usual <*ninH
l>t i (oiini.ru. .ifIn Christian! left
but 'be tail enden. failed to sta>
IM1 until h<> hart hi* hun-
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deep breath aiid con*uu-<
I in thi
mi doubt advance on
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JOE LOUIS LEAVES
FOR JAPAN MONDAY
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B.L.P Political mectina
SpclxhUtown 1. p.m.
Here is what to do
after
OVK-INDULGNC
m*
arymtlMiAlkiS^us
K.*p a~ supply of Alka-
baady mtwmyt.
Sugar Ray Li kolv To
Fight 1 nifMii .In iir
NEW YORK. Nov. 7.
George Galnsford, manage, of
world middleweight champion Ray
Kobinsou said Wednesday thai
Sugar Hay will go to I
late Mam oreai Iprll and post -
ibly remain I lure unUl Mil lala
11mmn with title defeftcr in
iK.iin-l Randy Turpin
Galnsford kiud Hay's pi
up llkr this: lie will defend on
December 20 at San fl U
sus Carl Obun of Hawaii Ha
raajatiatinj foi tin.
v al Chicago i"> ex-
champion Rock) Crazinno.
Then In- pUni t" BO
vioppnu i a to make H
IDOtIC Thl ii li<- Will bo* exhibi-
varloui cities and (lien
probably defend against Turpin at
London in June. When he returns Onvk.
from Europe, and aaBumlnjj he Mill
has the title In- uill .lilrn.i |)
America again*! any lostcal chal-
lenger who c:m he femnd. But.
laid Gaintford. If there ti no legi-
Umeta IfiO p-nmil ih.illenger then
ill m.K .i l"'uf with
wori.i light Iwavyweietil champion
Joe Maxim elthei Utle oi non-
lltle.
Galnsford Mid '.here w.ik no re-
cent or now negotlatlona (or .i thli ii
Turpin match but re-
ft* iivi.HtN ouAvn
Three ol f'>ur Britnna, an air-
'in. a Grand National j,
an Infantry aubaltern and i Royal
MarkM are lo be matetu d
d m tcu of aportaman-
ihip, endurance, couraMe. imtlu-
i v> .ind -kill
weafe
The event is the world cham-
I umahip of Modern Penlaihlon.
i win. h th* Swedea are mafter*.
gulai Olynipli

uy twniM-ttng in the world cham-
pionahlpi Britain comes nearer
by 1952. should
>>e among the lertderi In the
4ympk Oarnei ;>' Helsinki.
wi.....re the BngUarunenl Pint
Kiiht Lieutenant Jark Lum--
datoe, third In the BrlUah dun -
aaoond this year.
Hwi wperlence lncludea wlnnlni ,, ,
] < ted to hat undi
With Snuadnm Leader Podevin. .i eoodltloni
parachute luatniotor, which in- openrn n,, \\,
cilK* from a j,nd Wall mid Fairfax, the Auittra-
mp. Uaa bowtlM attack
strongest lino i* jhe first llfty came in thirty>
Wlmmlns; he hat** running. n,mutes hut with the Btore at .'<
< ,i| '.,lu I'.-ii nu(ku.nf"i the Biriurn gave return '" i-rimmctt
nrdmh chamnaMl, is not available. iinri he was out for 2".
In hit pluoo goes Major
Monkey*1 Blacker, Grand Nat- W'erse
iffilment is Worse wat to
1 n .is Duckworth's, 'he 5th follow for the
Inniskilhnt: rJnCOOn Guards. Weot It .
have held the team cham- the *. I
pionship aval alnoa the war. Go
who went in to
Clumsy i-;he| bat at number
one down waa
Tlunl plaaT fMi e.thei- to Lieut, caught by Wall
.1. J. Percy, of tho nurhnm Ligh' OnaW
[niantry, whose i<>rtc i* running for a d u k.
irlne Wood Martin helped
Modern Pentathlon i> a clumay lhe lmr*tuoui
label for what U simply n five- Roarhi put on 99
lingered exercise in aport. "' * mi"utc
It woa never intended bv the Ki-eplng the
that Olympic Game* *corini '
LV 3 rear* ao at the White City London, bsnvyweliht boset Latry Oaliv oatpolnUd tb- Ital-
ian giant Ptimo Camera Thoy met agaju in London at IUrmiay UU- week in what Lill-il
elinnniitioii for Ule world'' .iti-li at OSaal *" wre> lini: rhamploiiaaip Larry Oaina la pictured pinning
Camera to the board-, hut Cttnet.t wit tin- winner in trie Bftli round LXPRCM.
W.I.Australia Tour 193031
FIRST TEST MATCH
ERNIES
ttur Ii
lie takeo thh op-
of ili.inklnc hU
w o.
Played al AIJEI.AIDK. to the eflort of keeping the
Decemhrr 12 IS, 15 k 17. Australians from piling up a tall
Uaa captain score He had Bradman caught
having won the toss by Grant for 4 runs.
ideal weather u, lhls brought together
' < K.ppax and MeC.be In i, fou-n
'iefeatcd Innli
In the first innings again put up
stout defence at number 4 and he1
uood support from Bir-1
kett who scored 64.
W.I
WI en p 1 a v
, foi the
dav the W< I
In-'
w ckets
for jn.i runs.
I Hist
'ket partnership that was U Giant being 50
tike it* loll of the Weal Indian not out.
I.owling and place Australia in .i TVl- w_,. i
: refnj win which
many frlendh and mrmber*
for turnlnr up lc '"ill force
Uit Friday.
We Hh.il! Le perfsrmlnif
I I.is %M. i M.....I
i i.-> eventually dfa
should include football, basket-
front the CiOCk.
after
in'-
closc.i
'ii f"i '*** rt*)f- Granl
the day Kippax was ui ^ng out his
it .ti, lih t.. hi. credll and McC.be pat I or 71
had put up a valiiiiblc Wl iK-foro Gi.i.t* feat of
he was caught and bowled by scoring two
lotlne. C%iaa ol play ww
the Auslraliaiin reply with 297
for 5.
out
each innings of|
I Test is
d and
al p.n
tharp.
There will be 2 call-even
and Brisk the help of God 1
and mv suprrme being I 1
li.il' he amongst you.
POLITICAL
MEETING
L'nder the auspices <
THE BARBADOS
LABOUR PARTY
at Speightstown.
Si. Peter
TO-SIGHT at J.3
o'clock
Supporting the candida-
ture of:
Mr. F L. WALCOTT &
Mr. K. N. R. HUSBANDS
Speakers will Include :
Mr. C; H. ADAMS
Mr. E W. BARROW
Mr. J. CAMERON
TUDOR
Mr K N R.
HUSBANDS
Mr. F. !.. WALCOTT.
8.11.51.In.
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Any clothes left at the
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2.11.51.6n.
Next day the AuMrell
.i score to 37f Kippax
eventually scoring 143 before he
"-ns caught .it the wicket off
QrUBtfa
Tommy Scott tixik four of the
five Australian wickets Hint fell
and he finished with the Dw
dan
M
.ind Jump, but be who in
nd p;irtieularlv In
war,
ailed thai Ra> ktd of i man
wllllni t' med Turpin again hi- side and him
r. i.T.s.
bail, hockey or algtot-oaxed row- _Roa,:h. _
Ing The object waa to discover \* ** "
the Anest individual athlole ol SS^nJn a I.
^LJET. 2 hr.wT'.."n n11" followed or a .ingle. Blghllah,
...under ,. much Ihe better. ,,, ,hl. ,L|%( pl>y w- .f,,,.
Th.it i-. xactly ertml Modem InnJAfi ' number 6 by E. 1-
i doee, except that it Bartletl while Hartta'a paflani an
se^-ks not fin- man who can heave before he I : <-i'lmmell
tTOWf, wivitlc, run made things look better than they
.tllell
Hlghlli
had appee
ngs.
ad
.nh.
ihe
rndefenlrri
. s k
j.i.kn
STANDARD BRIDGE ... by M. HARRISOH-GRAY
Thousands of points
could be saved
does not necessarily win
many more rubbers ti-.an hr
loaei. It Is the stte ol the
rubbers that counts in Hie
long run.
The chief contributory lac.or
10 the losing of rnormous niuwi-
IS uiduK-rinunH'.e taei
biddiiK Kiihuu: legsra i
odd* PoinU by the thousand
would br saved and won
plavcra sere aware ol the mathe-
matical fact that the side wtuc.lt
tins Ihe first game has a Uirae-
to-one expectancy of sinning the
rubber
Thig cuts both ways F*irv, a
iion-vulnerable pa:r *ho save
he rubber si s cost of MO star.
the ival hand at the same
atrategical disadvantage The
vsvar.es of a pack ot i ards are
unpredicisble. and the score
above the line may mount to
astronomical proportions if the
aame tactics are pursued r
nearly always wise, a* "
tlcular score, to let the mho- :
go: while "Never sacrtnee si;n
a bad psrtner is one of the
trues; maxims In Bridge
The subject of scientific over-
btddUig. however canno: oe
ligh:Iv dtamlssed The scrond
fatlor Is a psychological one
Against a certain type of vulner-
able opponent, ilia most (Unrui.-.
Hag-flyitig by tlic non-vuineraiiii-
hide is freque
It the aide *li------
.in make Four Spades. Ui
'Hen all
unpensltsed.
are a gams up
ill
i second i
neli ]"' rubocr
A Orst-class rubber Bridge
.i M uevei ,p*ni!iy of 500 poinu st this
: re ("nb' even when reason-
.i a contract ol Pine Spsaes.
v h ch has an cgu.:v
(^o Ot ihe two "sure 'Jungs."
e F re Hpnde ventuo
more l.gc'v to U1TD sun
i - pena
oi n out to be smaller than
for, but Uie vu n
U :raat improved the -
ore and Hill bare >
ooi chance ol w.nmng me
: ii-oer bonus.
i stands to ream

m n the oppoDei
i >mes to penalty doubles, it is
it il
r t;nosti io hgn
i ibtM-r romp.e* a poll"* of
then) tinder 'orui'nni
mat well show s long-
U :m prom.
Londim Ijpreii Muh.
p p c r
Ql ,i
U.I. I IT I
with 4tal
bar eight when
slumps were
drown for it.
tut day wlUi
the w.m Indies
behind. openM
'Jtoir second In-
nings even
m .. i e dlsa
trously n.....i
went n.r and
(leorge Ileadh
who o p e n i i
with him scored
hut II Cot
-.tanline at first
icket d n M ti
as howled hy
ninmetl fat I I
Skipper Grant whi
i that it slmulii
lor i long time.
in needed llf runs for
victory and these were supi.'.i-'d by
i U2 not out and Jackson
OOt, the Australians win-
ling by a ten wirkei margin.
5
(OTTON ORF.SS IIANCV,
( 1.1 11 5, fill.
TO-NIGHT
lhur>.djy, 8lh November
1951, night before Bank-
llollday.
Ut ifmrJi /OttX
day Him..
and Orlmmett
urlenl up the
Wi
and Ing
but U i
Cirant < .niyin.'
nut his bat for 53 and the Innmag
cloaad for 200.
i' V Qrimmett'i figures were "J
for B? end he took 11 for 185 in
'he entire malch.
Pousfnrd and Jackson opefic!
tho Australian Innings and Oon-
,n.l Ki.iiuis <>|i.e.i th
West IndkeT bowling attack. In
.1 brief period before lunch Urn
pair put up the half century with*
out lOSS.
Deceived
But after resumption Francis
deceived Jackson with the fllgh1
f one and Daitow made no mi*-
take In stumping him for 31 rum
nd the won was then M.
Bradmnn the rungettm
1 ame in .1: j QnUSl gave (iidlil
his chance with the hull. Bu.
Francla was in the picture again
having Ponsfond caught in the
hi* by Hirkell lOff 24 and thi
1. || M.
Bradman Out
Cnlllth now added hi
>m. mii iu 11111 s
Ht:>ioiiis
On Mondnv. gegagenber ISUi
Tut Datlv Triri.HAHM urlU beph)
(he I'.rchisii'c mnalisalio" hi Ihil
(oniifry of fie f|)
Church til's uar rriemoirs. il
raven the peried fron Juie,
IMS. to Jniic, 1044.
The* the:
(if tlll VOlH"
Ciorlnu the fli'io," i- pteen 'f
now Hi
vr. ChsrnMIl
tirrmany teas
ntMlled on oil
h tated
iklea."
1, rarrlrd frotn

.ration 0/ ffarnr. The O0"J
Cairo and Tehemn
,i- L1 onfri)>wratal pfwhs* -
. > the D'Oau
mandy.
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