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PAGI %  %  <. i i i BARBADOS ADVOCATE TUESDAY, NOVEMBER U. 1951 Robinson Ys Turpin In June ran ".t>~ world m*t l" Europe IB aSSS March or early April and poasibly remain thr-rr until Lite um'. a mi* ARM ivi London ae-almtt Randolph Tuipui. He will probably defend hi-, ntle against Turpin In Juno, said Mr. OaJnford. m Europe. If he still has the Utlo, ha a*lH defend it iv Am.-i it .. % % %  : i:. 1 -' ny logical challenger who can Bui -iiH Mr. (, .mlm Jf there is no leubimate challenger of his weight, then Robinson wiB seek a boot with tl• world lighl-heavyweiK'r. lot), J'*Maxim, cither non-title. HOVU \\l I MM.I Hritont* Haw Dane A Magnificent Job MVfl BVS1 MMWrY LONDON U> arriving, in London on had this to say: IN THEIR 8KY BLUE convertible the Royal Couple drove thru.,*!, by one and a half million enthuitic Canadian., packed a deep in toe metropollv mtreal atreou where they were greeted ii-ned in %aorienes in the heart of the (Federal IvvMnftOtB I Cable and Wireless Heading For Win \nother Ilo\ii!r, Champ From B.C.? LONDON Brttlan i>xu.|f writers an praising Al Brown. ,, light Weight fiom British (iuiann, fir wlvmi %  tranr In the ri Mihad hia first tight in last March. In his latent bout, he defeated a Welsh l>oxer. ToCBBBJ J"i %  with ii right croes whi. I %  Men01 >., one mlnut oi the second round. ' *"" %  ?. BOWUn| ixlnfl expert who m tlie ; ?*?•* V, 1 1 '' 5*if*£! nghl rteclaied "Me hOWCd thai ta ' ;\ "" „ Another West Indian boxer w '> '* u " •head. Cable a R IP** !" ? J" J n £ r wh.. b being watcivta by the Wirele, sets K "ft*?"? i."^ British experts i* Eric Thompson, /or 5b i ended on a Jamaican who has fought berore 'he second day. in England. At prwant, he 1, sparring partner to Rag WOdi the Brnaab bMvywntfW bopa. THE SECOND ilay'i, play in the seventh round of Intermediate Crtckai ntntanM ended on Saturday. Cable 6 Wifvlaai ara In ;i strong position '.< %  utriffht .-.,] Mnspi',,1 aj the Mental HoaptUll firoundi. %  •' • s sast r .1 scoring 184 Men,UM.-M:U SPARTAN % %  N WuOd H K rrn-r II. CMUWK t Finr ii A, nutn.. '.II l.i C Wood b H. lunmi Wlndvi T..IAI n.rr. Wllkle A Ik In.* Tli-i'I M.I l-H I I M.I I HIV ISIIIS I Awn-: B. Weal Bmraekh AJbtan :i Arton VlUa 0. Char I ton Athletic 2 Blackpool ; Ffewcaatle United I, Chrlavn 4; Mancheairr United 3. arty s; Putnam o H W aei a Beld Town Tottenham Hotapur I. Liverpool I Bolloti Wanderer* I. alancheairr CHV J. Midd Lr-brminh 1-..til< t Stok^ CV> 1 StiiKiiTland 0. Burnley V. Wuiv>rlM>miv>n Wandeen I, Preelon End I M.I l-H LKAI1HK IMVI-lns aar n lle i l.i.r.tr r Clly 3 %  I S.,uttMinplnii 3. CM I. I tout a>Ur Hover* |. mill City 0 nimilnii>..)• tllN I Lutin. Town Sheffield Wedn>*da> 3. Leedi United 1 Queen 1*..IK K„in |, II.Ah.Hi^i UnltM Shetneld l-niird I Vulli.^h-n FOreal t %  watiiea Town 0; Kverlon I Wnthnii> Unlle.1 I. nrenlfotd I) ISOIUei IJ:AIII I IHHi.liis : Beutaem n i irneampuU ani n Hew b AtniiMi.' I Plymouu) Ar/l 3 muhLm end Have Albion a. Watlm llriatol Clly 1: t*>ton OrMnt I IlillliUh.tm 1. Aldrnhnt 3 tpa*irh Tn 0. Walaall 1 Mi,. .11 llnM.,1 BjDO) Nrwpntt County 4. Kaeti Niiilhalnlilun Tim n '. ( t i I \-.l---Mi-indoti Ton 2 tlr Biealna 4. rou-i.e-i.-. United / loutheMl fnit-d i. Net Tnrniiav Unilrd 1. *nr->-i who w. ns 140 rani (lor the I iss of rive wickets at the end of the fiml day's pi.. oora to L'hi for 8 wickets declared on I %  IparUui rwpliad with N Wood tha opening \[ .2 runs lo topacote. I IT was the best bOwlai Inal bowi%  %  lalden. 15 runs, four ki-ls in their first inning* In reply to lit runi %  i t day of play. aftern |W )ob in proVtdUag gift* and inter* t DM toana par itia rain of Jamalra hurricane norm less. This time Britain has treated us lint as ters-in-law but as partner*. And we are grateful." Reasons which he Is prepared to disclose and some which he is not i talk about have brought Bustamante to England. They are ihe annual n prices pr< .the long term banann contract: the long %  trad—'"1 am not heading delegation but you can say 1 am tremendously interested in sugar" -and finally the decision as to how the gills and interest free loan shall best be used to put Jamaica rack mi her f\ ants 3441.il. Loan WASHINGTON. Ni>\ II. The Bxport-Import Bank will NEW SOUTH VTAUDI defeated .,..,„,. ,on the apI ,.„i ona-da, Iriandl, crkkel Japan's cotlo. to natura at SutberUnd, si. Lucy, tha nW;W mtcd out there a toi band, scored 23 out of Sw^t,/J ^m J S that bc%  M 2 ""Hit-, total o, 54 "J2 SVS&Sutin will not BowUni honours of the day ..uaiify for the loan 001 live wick' IS wm t u> S. Lewis "I Ntw BUah ,(,. Lll that the ExportImport f^" 1 Wales who took 7 wickets lor 14 BanK has ,. x teiuled M Carlton won '.. staaal runs ln 6 overs. The o.her three t o cotton industries of other naiwaathonM w-cawta wan taken by iiona, The request wag made some %  uiia. rounoal I <".ninth for 14 runs in 7 overs, time ago by Japan's Premier Innlngaj knotked up 109 runs aim bowling for Sweet home. J. l earSlugeru Yoshda. He outlined lo CarHOD al lart >coreu w -00 1 a "d C. Grant took 5 wlrkets the Hank Japan's needs H4 ni even %  **•> ,,r 22 a "d 2U runs respoc-pec: to markeunn and PAINS ol PILES ittpfi ia 10 Miaul" aaJae. KrlUe< and iinat*nt fr-m PlUa •!.(• Ikdlr..*f o* Mye. (toenaerlr kn...n • Mr..(..,•! I Hytea atari, to work te IS mlnetaa anal not only ato*t* Mia fctil alee takee e-t UM await r*-b rurtane eUtee MM rua*d by PU— eue an Haad-b. NtnwMiin. Backnn.*. ruBadn.il..tnee W eaertT aakltlty. end imtnnl. atepeeltlnn Oat Mytea frem year aruswleigr-odny --4W ts* •—'"•• %  onrnnle* Hptea aneM etna swar pSM •nlna and iroebl*. or money return of empty pack***. Police Beat H. College rfaw S. Wales Wins Friendly GameNO CONSTIPATrOft FOR 25 YEARS **My husband introduced ALL-BKAN %  hortly alter 1 married. I use it in my coolung as well as for breakfast. The result: we're regular as clockwork!" Mrs. Antonina Graziano, 453 Garfield Ave.. Jeraey City, N. J. Out aS many utsofirilerf lottrrs from ALL-BRAN tilers. If you suffer froni cwnsUpalion due to lack of dietary bulk, eat an ounce (about J-4 cup) of criepy Kellogg'* ALL-BRAN daily, dnnk plenty of erster. If no* satisfied after 10 day s return empty bos to Kelloan Co. of Gte.l RiUla. LW., M* ac hlw, sssajtsat. W-'l POUBLS TOL'g HONtT MCll ////////.V/A/W/AW %  OWLma ANALYSIS %  I Alt WIBSLkHS .. HKMTA1 HOSPITAL i Mill a WlkKLSH~l>l laelaft I MENTAL HOaPITAL -l-i Inmnaa r Beat b Lnwteae I C. Quint yiw b Lawkku B..ba(tl C'ABLS A William. •nrti b l-l. 1'iitiiliiB 1i.qbi b Lswleaa i |jle-. Huvk l> Ui-K.n/ir Caitai nt out Knkrhl b Mt'Krnl.r ToUl IIOWLINrt ANALYSIS McKrnilp 13 K Kyelyn -coreil U rUOB. > Scores I" i.l'll M I. IMS I. \\ r.\\ i t U.-r>.r. Iir.i I...H... %  \ ,. n „J;; %  .""•. ," v 'A PtUUhN i J riarkr -\,l V. Watt, atpd %  ii... %  %  Urnj Roberta TABU: A. WIHCi.gftS and Innineu • II. m i. Wiiiiama M(lhi-. b H—k tewkHa b Kniehi b Wllllauta I Oilkr. b William. Robert. nn| EJiUe^ lissed for 1>runs in their 1000001 iniiinn i took three wickets for Hn.p.uaad Cantral -u.o a*.-oitM outright victorias over Y.M.P.C. a n d Combermcte respectively. i thatr maiata with %  ..II ii ill rims m (haSD Iii?l inniiiK-s after Uiey dismisseu Y.M 1M tor 4H runs. Failing lo p-awanl I on. Y.M.P.C. tUad out fur 51 runs in their secmiti Innlnai Boat bowline %  A as givei. by C. Beckles who took four ", wickets for nine runs. Thus Em3 pire won by an innings and 12 runs. 'J COIIH. rrnili' in tdeu ni>l 111l| Dlngl scored IIS nil i : rut their turn. Win. .1 lii^t lnnin B lead %  I U II.I In their second lum .it the wicke*. .. 1I for 80 run... R. Braak) %  W D stubborn 2^. • Needing 4.'> run a Central at the end of plfl) had %  scored 47 run i fbr two i\a..r. .. Rsanema VHPC I i. || %  niptre Firil ILIUM,. Ill (t %  Oiii ta. II ii,..... m. ;p.iliements of cotton. rtth reother re—i-jr. HORNIMAN*S %  is b rieM Sfc.' Sc'iiilhorpo Umtrd i. Rochddlr Souinputt 3. ILillfaa Town 3 Lincoln tit) > Amwsioti Stanli Oldham Athlrtu t. OMa aVuntherne United 3. Kochdale I S--.U*rt 3. Hnllfa. Town 3 11 lanaMTi aevei %  I (.,!.. II I M C fasaeff it i S O. Rkrale S I SO t S 31 %  tMin 4 0 IV M ProverlM 4 D |S A. Field J ti 4 n ••>• %  •(• >!'>• Iniani. A 8e.W I. Ill b t'larkr I A Lewi. %  rr.wd.id n Phillip. Ikeetel.be i. riuin,.. I Proverba c a. b Wti. I> Clalkr I Clarke not out itaSa not out r.lraa In Touch With Barbatios Coastal Station Cable and WlreUen iWeat fcadMmi Ud IIIVIB tnat lh*y ran nov. ronu wltlt Uie inllowlna ahlpa Uiraiiak lhn Harbadoa Coail Su,| |iHI I Me Po-mer. %  a Bui Canadian Chailenser. a a. Colombir %  Alcoa Pennant. • Ti.la. a %  Dol.i.. 1 Ampac Calllortila. %  %  Del 8t>d. i RMrtuimyan, %  %  Sensamon. %  Seapexrl. %  • Menu -.ceull. I i tin. %  tort. . Ar %  % %  %  Una TVun. st. In ,t I-.. i %  ...i i nivi Aberdeen 4. Partuk ThUUe 1 ili.nui 4: Queen of the Seuid 1 Morion 3: HlbtniUn 1 KodaWWen I. Dundee 1 Hall'i %  'over. I, Airdmuiuiii' 1 wbta > %  %  r Hal si,i .in. All... Mir a. i Wait. I l*At.l K invi.ios n Albion Hovrr. I, St J u hnatoni> 0 Artaroalh 3; Ftilkhk ( Ayr United I; Cowdnnb m I Clyde 4; Alloa nlnien. *. Dun.bartiin J: Fnrfar Alhletlc I Dundee Unlitd Dunlarmliiii Acadeniicnl* 0 %  IRISH l.At.l r Mai.i" l| DMTJ Cil 1 HiCllftonvllle I r.lenavon 4 <:r. Cummins at iv ...it village. St. Thomas R.OO p.m. Ilarbadoa Labour l"art> Mectin*In support of Mr. G. H. Adams and Mr. I I Smith al Majen Corner. SI. Joaeph ft H P. m. Klretors Aoaociation Mert* Ing at Hone Hill, StJoseph, in support of Mr. U R. 4'owATd H.D0 II %  I'ollce Band Concrrt at IUs tins* Koefca in aid of Ihr Almalr Home X.00 p.m. Mi iniiCinema at swotssss's Hill arra. St. Michael H.00 p.m. %  I 1IMI1I KMl.l i mere t'rntril 1 I Comber.'.-. M iR Blanker 34. V. Knie 3 SRSWJ Central Seeond .7 rsafl f< %  II tltkliON 1 in 11 FOLK I Harrlaon Coll.a. 1.InnUHn 7' M..ri..,.i (Vile,,. s*,..,.| |„nii.rf. tf %  C Bpnneer I wn krK !.,< MJ HI ninai CABXTOM i. POt sn*riON Foundation Flnit Innnuu Talltun V .1 1.. ., k bet %  at V/OU CAH TYPE, FOU? AMD TOTE A&AUJADS OF THE RRrVfS MAII~,ANP asccevte's TOO BUSY TO Nonce • They'll Do It Every Time By Jimmy Hatlo FERGUSON TRACTORS WITH THE FERGUSON SYSTEM n fi b fad ill id Lurge Plantation Owners alika. lor. the price of which la only a fraction of that of 1 full rr..ck" Tractor— STOP THAT ..HI, 'Qanda VAPOUR RUB in NM UOaskWUC > *t'Ol 'KISIM; OIMMI.NT for use In SSMB ol local conseallon and inllamatlon. head and chest cold-, eoushs. Iioarsene-s and threat IrrlUlioii-. F.xcellenl for Nasal Catarrh, A 2-OZ l*OT FOR M GDITI ai K:\M-IIT* HHI . HwmmSB SET tXIT A PER50NAL LBTTER od owwuy TIMEANOWOT HOPPEM ?„ HEREB MOT MOPPBN !! / GUESS I'LL LEAVE EAW.V roaiY.Miss QKXX.V —I'LL TAKE THE MAIL-UMMP*'. R4TKER USWT TOtv. SN^IT? 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Tl I M.\\ MlVrMBrH 1:1. llil BAKBAIMJS ADVOCATE 1 Hill I Human Brain Fighting The/ Will VidWilh ..Sleeping Income Tax Sickness"10. %  I human brmm arhich can m ik u,. even play chess will -.,-,1, be n-leased. The brain prndurfd for the U.S. y imj *s a cross be%  i and a plnball machine It In %  bout the sue Ol Engineer HKIUIJ Spiagui-. QM O( the designer*. (hwnlx'J Hiima%  JI02 a* „ %  •-tool>i Mirn %  %  da. %  rtsrbta -iiT;nr de%  Mid ih it larger brains are usually big vnough to fill one room inj -nme Of them --ost mill.ni* R thai a oewlj ipabar, He %  -"I 'l ran even think rwo og h %  %  tin e — d'.r.t Meteorites May Hit The Earth ALBUQUKSQUi; Nov. 10. Saturday night th.ii atroi rlOW grwn fireballs seen b ritfc l during the last IWO i i meteorites and some of them may hit the e_rth. Far roe is and Kim-hers in one i dhij where reciPB frightened and awed by the fireballs, said they felt .. ten-iiA Jolt shortb aftai thsg had seen one nf tinobject* %  .. %  ..,, New Mi-.,, o reported ana "t the objects was spotted Thursday morning. It may have fallen in the deecrl section "f the slate of Chihuahua, Mi alee .ncording to till La Par. Director of the Institute of '.: %  %  :. %  A> %  %  %  : ' through iriveetigaton* unidentified Government lot iirea n round ("loverdale to check re. %  La Par said tlndlngs Indicated thai than was) I "tremendous tumult'' such as might have been 'v meteorites crashing into the earth —I' I* %  JOHN CANOE" KINGSTON. Nov. 8. r.noe." the old Weal Indian pantomime which brought the spirit of Carnival to J:uiwican HI olden days is being revived thin yaax %  John Canoe bands have Gleeiest*! John Canoe Chrfatm is Cornpatlttoa and keen i It ali i .HI,tini in actmK •" anticipated PmeesaioaVi NSn laki %  %  I sntions of the Wand. IMPRISONMENT HOME, Nov. 10. The Roma Coun of A sentenced to 6 years' Inujrisonroant, on Friday, the Italian anarchist. Oatjamppe Ds> Luieee, t!5. who. last year had failed in Dint on the life of the Spanish ajnbaaaadoi In Hi.nn-. De Luicse was arroatod on tha night of January 21 near the i v ..n b) viruses which attack the spinal cord producing ;i form of liljj or sleeping —II' Seaweii ssais si — or a %s i *. HI' in .. >,.m l'MH oi %  A %  %  Wattona I Hfi^iiM1 Ii.tI Pli.I U %  %  %  %  B il J.** W. Holi.rt .! ,IJ Hnbvit. aiii'.ti M* ( -„ ISas* I l ip lalMU to On •.l.i... RM H nh.i Nk & EN. ii, I I Kl|-T MlXKtO. Oniir SW.. K C 14 O urnoi in*.I-.4..J i ii URSNAD/ On .lnra. at* \n ISO'I Ct Saan u|>. nrr\hi>d\ Mr. Ruder'* ftwt ^aWSMnga] an^Hhrr thuvf*oui> hit..," Ion bores* Hervira M ctwel Mllll Wiilinl MML Ii Mum. i %  > IIIMIMIl II. **,,*.* Mi NEW AFRICAN AIRPORT OPENED By ii \i MI ii i M i> ENTEBBE. Uganda. Monday. A new link in lha British Commonwealth strategic air chain was compU-L'.i ban whan Acting* Qovarnor H. s. Potter \l airport, big enough to operate lot air liners and jet bombers. Tbej British protectorate of Uganda lies aatrtda the Equator on the northwest shore of Lake Victoria. To tlie noith it is bordered by the AngloEgyptian Sudan over which Eny,>t and Britain are in dispute. Entebbe the s*at of the Uganda Government, row boasts an airport with a 10300 feet runwayInnaajM in the African continent Potte. told representatives of the world's loadlnc airlines and Government officials attending the ceremony thai extensions would make aVttebbe the Oral alfporl the ..orid to be speciflcaliy redesigned for operation of lit Hundreds of planes swarmed the airport as he declared the airport open. Sir Alan Cobham pioneer aviator and (Irst to make a flight around Africa 20 years ago ;i, 11First Shipment Of Copra Since 1946 IFTIHII (liii II KINOSfON N A shipment ol i 000 ions of copra has arrived m Jams the Philippines eoi Jamaica Coconut Indus! i This is the Hi*: shipment ol • oora to IH since 1W5 when .. few shipments rnatdad. Such nnportatiui: order that cocoa mil product failories can keep in pmductiei during the shortage of lei caused by hurricane daman* -lnpmenl* ^re to follow until such limeprobably two |p three years—as youin: trees no the norUnodf ol the lantod after lha 1944 buxrieane, come to bearing to ufTiOlenl extent to ofTMt thi side losses in the August huniCSUM and 'bus restore local eopn production to nde-iud'c k MRS AFTSH 4CODSNT Sixty-year old Ida Qenetha of died at the Qeneral Hospitnl on Saturday evening. .1 few %  WBJ admitted. Qenetha was involved in an Idea In the Probyn Street Bus Stand at about 2.40 p.m. the same dav. t U.N. Reject Plan To Admit lied China I'Arti^., Nov. .u. Russia luBaiooj i laUMca in i . •it-iicrai Aaaamiuj a.i-uiu.iy when its bieerniit Commit' tec defeated by n votes to 2, uie Soviet demand that Communisi China be admitted t" membership. Kussia sought to get on the Assembly's programme its de111 iwi tlia. Clunese Hllatnallsla be thrown out of the U.N. and thai Beds be pni tn their place. but the QeneraJ 01 Bteerlni Committee, approveil by II to i Thailand's reaouUon which ruled out debate on Red China's admission during the current A-sembly meeting. Only Kussia and ilPoland. voted to put the qu esti on m the programme. The Committee then "added to the A,' l sembly agenda without both ih*Amerkan BrlUsh and French disarmament proposal as well as 1 Russia's peace proposal includiag a Kori world dlsarriMment opntorence, —U.P. POCKET CARTOON by OSBFRT LANCASTER 1'' ;5 an H aa ss alt, iton'l sou think it would I'.Milker chic lu be (he only cuiittiiurncy in England <> rrtuin a Lihnul I Pope's Dietuui •liilimiiaii. ( aflttu -" M Y3 i>f;/7f;i\ eu>nt LONDON, Nov 9 A Church of England new* paper on Friday termed 'Inhuman callous, and cruel", the ft %  nt bj the Pope that a baby should not be narrillced to says the life 01 ii. mother In ,1 .: %  chtidbfrth, The newspaper, a weekly journal of opinion, 1 prlvatt but reflects the views of the Church. Never was the need more urnent than now U>< tlH insistence ui .TI tha -.tiiiii 1 t for the sexu.il fun lion The newspaper said in -i from pug* editorial, that ihc pity oi it iv thai the Pope has so rot oversupped Ihc limits of i-ominonsense that his statements air Irrelevant He had brought discredit upon the Christian faith Instead ol honuui in .1 taii. tn it..11.in Qbetatrh lans at Roma on Oetobej tt, the l'"pv said that in childbirth to mother's life is .1 verj noble aim Lot the direct killing : as a means to that and la nut permitted.—tri deve l opsneni a rthtna c^ribfaaan i be tho theuse of a conference to be held in Puerto Hico 111 February next year. Plans for the* • i.i:kj .ippn>ved by the Caribbean Commission at its Thirteenth Inc 1 u d i' •• del a I ted and suggestions for th." % %  I 0| the necessary backgnmnd docuroantation lo dMssmta In the proposed agcirlt, the 1 industrial Development haa been broken down under the following heads: 1 Thr ijiiauttmi ateuetus < '*' %  1 I'mpfiK fw funnel DsveasaaasaS, ...1 HMIUIM lor P.i.llns ol 111 D 4 racul SlMiiim lur Hi* IMItnu. "I linlii-li 1 tl DM*lof>ni^nl .I...I..,-. nan ! %  "><• n*trng oi luduilrlal I>TVT1II|>III*I Authors Ol ilmutTientatioi, p*.(•era Include Professor Arlhui l^e^eis. Si Luote-born Manlry Jevnns l>rofeaanr of Beonomk 1 Ivendt] i> AdOtto IV'ifnmn. Asuistont Dire. tor, Dit lOfi >>( BciMuvii'i BtabU itv and Devi'lopmOlil, BaQOBtornl ., 1 s 1 ial Council, United Nations; and technical officers of the n • entral Secretariat. IV. %  %  IV. .km %  \ 1 \l /1 11 >.., •• %  .(da-' 1 1 1 LUCM Mewte RW AMRI% U> SI II M I raeraaaai ,... i.HI Mill III %  M: I I Ml.-!* VKBftHUAt 1.. -1 viN.ssr Hill. H.I COOLING & REFRESHING 2 4c. TaW I \s 11 BSwaH 11 1 ' DsvUi 1 Oavts C wiuiiu. n M.-L*'I>". M Mantilla) I* r ftina Aifi ..I".II .. 1... n 1 ini an <> ... umorsi :>..^ Id II 'an V-lil ..r mir ... M4KTINII4I HOKIBIMI Jonrt. JiHiii li.fi.ii I'.IM il| Hurbour I oIN CARLISLE BAY ntt:\ai OFFICER TO Ult JCA ECONOMIC IH MI.OFMEM NAA KINGSTON. Nov. II. Pattl r 1 Technical 1.1 in.Inteinational Hank for R and Devel.ipmcnt. and John Oilier, economist ol the stair Bonk an here on a ten-day's stay at 1. rvernmenl for exp!"%  inns as to whether the Bank can provide ,inv .r.-.'-iiii.. 111 respect of the %  f< the ei ooornit do* %  uf Jamaica —CP. I Equipment For S.A. WASH1N<;T0N. NOV. 10. The us. State Dtpartaw ai anrsounoas] Baturday thai the us has agreed to sell military equipment i" lha Union of South Africa provided it is used solely for M'lf defence. % A Dipartincnt spokesman said will depend on what ',% released by the Defence Denarti.'i.; gajd requested O) BaUtk Africa. Sales will be on i cash baam Th.deal ras negotiated under the Mutual Dofen ance Act of 1B49.—tl'.P.l WITH over 100 flighb' daily in giant Skylinera. cajTying more thiui HOO.tHK) paswngvm u year, aen'od by 5.000 inplo>c.'s K 'A. Canada's Airline, haa eatebuahed a proud record of comfortable, reliable, scheduled flying. Day after day, TCA"t 47 Skylinera give the finest nervier on 18.0011 mdea of "Maple Leaf" routes const tn coast in Canada, to the I .S Britain and Frame, Bermuda and thu Wtwt liulivu. NOT A SPOT ON MY I in Damagea Ktuil Fur nna., ,„n ,.,. :.',i: i cd and shingled house a> Olttl fl Hoad, Qovernmenl Hill around 8.30 p 01 Saturday, dinn.igini: S rt of the roof and Miigcim: .1 K boaid, on the inside. Nearby residents with bucketi I water pul out the (ire in about 15 mlnUtl The douse is occupied by Mrs i uti A'hcn the flrv broke out. her nlua yenr old daughlei wad entrapped but she was tirnughl to safe!) b) KHh Clarke of Uppfi r.ov-rnmtnt ftill who brok* onm .ind tiNik hor from her bed -1 I....I.. 1 a BstMst, i 1 M fl • S.I. nsMl .in 1 MeII. N Jiinrt. S.I. llrhiurt'ii Bel .1. %  M V I1I.T Hi 1 11 'Tl -. I I....I. . v, arh ^^ n>H. arn Him llesranui, ill... M-< • HIUVMJ* .V 1* km %  bsas H jaseaa f De 1 a aiudmi. 4.4U Ii%  %  11..|— %  .... I. •!. %  %  i' 1 ..i> D-ortae. ss iwn .'.1 1 .1.1 1. ,. 4 in bHM mil l*nlrren. fnmi %  1 M V Alhrlbnius. ISO luot Ml. ( ...1 • >H lium TiltiKUd lit'JaMITI III s vmn-itf Tlmoiliy K '' "•'' pass %  >'' %  ^KSTn'itivri,., S % ...,,iu<. IW MM .iirJciung, painting, odd |obi round tlw bou \ relief by taking Doun'i b^Ln he riiwsjPMs. ThtybaspmaMsWiamrid tl • it escvwuiic KIJ and mhci impunin 1 etbi wise miglil collect In ihc lyiiem und cauic duixcti 11 ALP A CBNTUR Y 4 BaBSSSI M reAfliW atlmrnii dm I •iaWy attim u iht proud t*u*d 0/ I\*m't Ihll'. tiruu/ul mum ami rnimtm of all agfi uu ami wommtnd /An rffiiirnt Jiurttu jnJ urvury %  sds^aaa M •*> fritndi and ntithbomn. V>sm dsaan am nVI -dWm '/ 3 %  CaPa#%l^l ^ll I^BacsjicheKidneyPills^siiP 5/Pa(r fer Muthw to wjm you AJ.1a P.r—. lafaai.' rimdm -.—.lf..U, stwlaag at tNltunii lm.-. I hy M~i* Mou, eoot UM blood and an >bMlulrly %  •! %  ley ih. !" D*H nme asby u bifoi iktw-s" ssstnlag. McniboUmm Balm i.pbab>'s Skin in tpoilcti conoitHm. It is to simple lo U*e After baH^. dlNTLY RliH 'Menthol-H'jni* into ihe skin and around tee legs Thai geotscU and comfoci* the ikin .ind presents soreness and ihsling. Barnes love Ihc soothing, cooling elicit of •Menlhoratum'. Ous-k get a >*i 01 tm to-day ASHTON & PARSONS IFeTANTS POWDERS a iWmnothing adds to a perfec meal like a good cu of coffee! MENTHOLATUM ASK fOR REAL MEN-THO-LAY-TUM (1ARD1N1J! SliailM d DO. I" D. M.;i.>c..i street IrMfrUua. Tlu.-M 411 N,tt. Only By r, MIA,/


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l'Ac.i i oil: BARBADOS ADVOCATE TUESDAY, VOMMRII! 13. I9SI B\RR\I)OS_ A0V r OOCTE i . f*. %  — i I III IUIIII I S IKIIMI THE %  • %  tOE" November II IS1 Ml HIM I I AST THK el up a foui Middle l .it.eant of the hardening of America's policy in the : a (our-powej proposal was delivered in Cairo 00 Octothe Middle Eastern policy .f the • id been officially described Now it lias set. Amerii with Britain, .1 iha dftfaDM of the vital MuUii. Baft, ifaowi not only an [•urtance of this area, %  %  Lo) i .)itiiciii',it's in the M US ""t solely due to "starchy" British diplomacy. Aiiici: nen have recently been underlining what the United States thinks General Eisenhower was continuing the line ol thought of the late Admiral Sherman I Lost month that "so far at the iheer value ol territorj is concerned there if no oaora strategically important an., than the Mi.ldli1 Admin tnmandrr fur the Mediti i I n Atlantic, told journalists on October 24lh. that •'the defence <>f tho Middle East would be utterly wrecked it the Canal Zone base i in allied handi." But American awakening to her own Middle Eastern interests and to the fact that a line must be drawn in that area to acts which favour only the expansion of Communism and the Snviet Empire is not indicative of any bellicose intention on the part of the Four Powers. The proposal! put forward on October lath in Cairo invited Egypt M perflcipate In the defence ol tho Middle East: to join, as it were, a military club as . club in which national armies wmild act together in the interests refused i<> Join and her I dispute with Greet Britain shows no dgns of any chassa ol heart Vet the terms Setting OUt the details of the new fourpo\vi : m the Middle East leave a way open for Enypt and other Middle Eastern Countries to Joan In preatetiiifl thai vital ;ne.i lion: Ogg T Oll l On. In its essentials the defence of the Middle East ts no lofigel a question as to whether European powers should have a sphere of influence in a strategic part of the world : it is limply choice between the protection of the M i in any possible conflict i ( % %  i. ,-, Powers and the Untied States or Us !"< to Soviet imperialism. The lead which the I Franre and Great Britain have tfiven the world in calling lor disarmament, the ringing Churchilliun rhetoric thrown into the battle t"i peace are solemn .i-^urances of the peaceful intentions of the West. At the same tune Russia's refusal to consider these proposals and her continued wearisome accusations against the United States on whom BOO lays responsibihtv f .r the very race to arms that President Truman is so anxious to halt, forces lh,> Western powers to complete their plans for defrnee ot the Middle East The announcement that the plan will not interfere with the sovereignty "f '"dividual Middle Eastern stales is a neceslary precaution U> convince then that the four powers have no intentions in the Middle East other than the preservation o( world peace. Their experiences in the last war will not easily remove the suspicions of the Arab States. British imperialism is somethin which they actually experienced and haw not liked: Russian imperialism is on unknown factor, distant and not Mfed with the intensity of fear known to Europeans. But in addition there is the immediate national reaction to interference of any kind in their own affairs. Che recent annoancehnent is a welpome D that the peace of the world is not goinn to be recklessly jeopardised by the loss of a vital area. But the Middle Eastern %  ftuatton is none the les serious for that. \ Ui/.inl >lo* s In Ai \K 10 IK Joseph (.iirrilt BerUti Mil lo meUnchul> I.ord CfierwoU t aw I i -ii back ID Downing 'Ailh Churchill and Chw•'igliiHiurs at No, 10 and So II. Britain'* future is going to iinythuiK 1ml dull rd Cl nsmem %  > ll in I he nov... return la the %  %  -I in the mr-wtnalai Government %  JK-Iadviser lo the %  Trie professor, "mv f: I ears," as Churchill has written of him. is 1 %  : will in 1941 IB, i otnpunilively uni.lMde Oxford own d*%  tall, i ..I Jig *< .. After taking his 1'h.IJ ..t Jlerlin r b l ** '.ui 11) in 1011. ie went to melancholy.' But Cnurcml. I collaborate with other knows better 1, %  I physicists in the study of radio"SI found a scintillating torn actlvtij linn lo America as a i ''' •it Chicago l.'iuveraity. Tliougii a scientist by profi-sl n the war, aa an Oxford %  Ion. Cher well is mi\ I ilemann made important philosopher, economist, end Bl'.i. a variety of ventor by inclination, '"dies He once caused an envious sti. liul neither Ihow peaceful puin. Ihe Lords by earning, aormi suit, nor Oxford's calm could a heat wave, a home-made portdispel his fear that another war able electric fan operated bv a was coming. flash-lamp battery used that "ihe air-plane Churchill, himself a chompio Professor "'"' S n S? >d ,he holc ou,look ,n in the art of using words, is en war. That was Why he never ,oyably stimulated b> „,„,,*,*,.,. -„,,. . £ lax< *L h ,' *"."" ii ,*H£'* * %  •* Invective. Professor ,.f Experimerrtal "".J* obl !" of j"' d t fence Once, wben Lore Cberwell tva __ parednesa in the air. and as a K he wi often deiribed' ;S2L I -I1 ,,il lh ,nr aldwln 2*T >' ernmeni s apathy the non-polltlcal professor contested, unsuccess__. Oxfo„l University Laboratory o little about riim Cabinet Actunll. >-t-Tl—• g^ij liition in the Lores, i. bolgi interrupted with Vrnat our a 1 u.'rnative Airud laughter, tht Pn>l When I sil on th* tient-h (the Government side \intwhi,.i,, ,he House) I will Mil Apprehension Occasionally he MtM ChurrhiU reveaU in his Lords with feaU of ment.H aril emoirs how their mutual appremetic invulvmg millions, Ai ode him and Undemann he Is equally at home in dabafc lampooning psychiatrutv • Europe ii:,inlng of the Imporl .in artist.s "lik. club ilnaar who call* herwlf MtdrUI .ind gpeetalleai In leenr because >>f hi* mod%  %  MottflC genii. m' l39. henslon BUUed bU en t epotter Chunhill firmer friends. \.iid his "ii HI.' The puir travelled %  .i before together investigating tfaStl peabLindemann had won the D.S.O. lem. r.C. pUot and wee Dtrectoi in ifl3e. when Churchill nf Uie Aeronautical Research unnniinced that Germany, was KVI'J^ I rough leanniiiK Undemann made a Old tliaOMb) i* !l1 *rlp to Tangier, where his Same >. n i M cKi.irhiH '""lend was on holiday. Winston and the 'Prof gfeai „,,„..irs Churchill AflM Vm& y ^ n of ( |nw w ,_ |hp u|n|i ^^ (pf humou( ..— *_ — laboratlnn it Is hardtx surprising On a visit to the Monte Carl hen Churchill tells u that "this Sporting Club iho professor wa Same Brand In "I.indeniii ,,1,1 rriend el %  had me* first at the close of th< previous war, in Ungulshed himself the air a number of R pleasant and fertile association usked „ L*i.^h K. 4t continued throughout the war." "Yoimg u t\!i,ix „as "*— bnman..., rsso; u i.•Hi,teams j Nothing In played repl ied be lawi nwletb ine doi of prob 1T1K III III..Ill .i I"!"!"-. - Of,l.llie.Hl — esparlnseate, hitherto reserved P^ooucea. f the b • In the Hi Before a crowd of onlookers %  I i .in.Til H "•ulctde,' 1 be deliberately plunged I.I .niii.ifl into a .vpinning (Ufl -ami landed without a Hcratch. Has Travelled md many times since, 1 i -f.' %  vindicated his conrlctloe shat "one who has got his figures correct need not fear Streets midnight having his accounts checked." doubt burn or l.ikChurehUL Undemann pwhaps as long, i as at 30. a widely travelled man. the war, d< light* Cherwc joke ni; • The anwwrr to Ihe maonetlc •nine: rhe entr aircraft balloon bevrsaSf ihe means of herulino a radio beam SO aWled enemy bombers; %  Window." tlufin/oil d>etmfu$g tas eassajr*e mifl-airrro/t radar irirlallunous, and airborne radar mhlch helped to defeat the If boats. As the new atom chief. Lord first mov e will cerlo free aclenuss from lbs civil Bervlee itralt-JacBsi First Move He expects to stimulate protheir beetroot. I think gross in research by encouraging t-egln" than with better pay and A good match, these conditions. markable eranii Now that "Master" and "Prof" No, 10 and No. U might, together again Downingot State permit:ing. enjoy brightly, or it did during in the dayti who will be more wan self. A Good Match He was highly amused whs Churchill once wiMCraCSSd iilx'ihl* diet, for Ihll bachelor, non %  raoksr, taatota|er i also a veie tartan With fcllnw-vcgelartan Si Stafford Cripps. Lord I was late for one of Churchill' uncr War Cabinet.Ot) arrival, after hnliliiii: II the meeting for several minuter they heurd Mr Churchill taj with a wry smilt Now that ..u olleasuai hn\r ilotn it Si.lmo'uth. Devon, of lt ther,will U> a warmer the 'Prof.' IN reputed to be suet AI ..ii.ir, ,ii ..:: %  p.. rnanl nm-.fOdai gloei 10001 It now. %  etsanl el Lexicon Ibal ba DS of his youth on the Continent. ChUfChlll will have more time lo even build a word out o I e/M 1 lu sled in Germany. enjoy incompanionship. W. X. Y and / — L.B.8. .Easy To Trip Up In T1W lliisr By BERNARD WICKSTEED I've been down at the Houses of Parliament this week lindmn out e/nai tt'i iik.tu be a pas MI', and what I say is "Hrnther. >vu can keep the job. AMD UH that goes with it." Celling yourself elected t* niitlimg. it'* the things you've got to learn when you're In. Why, it's worn than joining the Army. Up to Parliament vou drive th vow cheat full of pride at It is also a sin to put so much a to*over the red lines at the :lge of Ihe Chamber's greet irpct. These lines are two an half sword-lengths apart, am because the only occasion it is "" needed is in the rare event ol "' opponents. men,I--, muitlng to ,.,is, .. t ......t %  i '' k '" *>"* constituency yo. el order ifter a division has been f lher fancied your free-and ; ,IUH easy platform style But it won %  HMO there's smoking. The new *• *"' rr m >' *^A M speeches unle here mn >".i enssn IUII -.1 prrae %  m „„. h ^_ „ ,(,.„,, f !" "a nufl in madt to ,he SpeaKeri because then when fearful 1 the populace, licensing hours the new boy he can't sit on the the House of Loidf. because in ihe Commons It doosn'i exist. You refer to it as "the other place." Above all, you must never mention another member's name. Is alwavs Hie honourable-m bar who has just sat d or the honourable and gallantmemoer-for-so-and-so. Your Notei ne Pel e Yard without a permit from the i.nd Oreal Chamberlain. ',,'" hat deflated bv this set*% cm A. .. „ ._ _, M p ,, i to „., On the thcr hand. BO caojat n uitlvit Ming noticed, like .. %  • '"'"^ whcnevei he likes, tew DOB It l> bOOl, bW On all because whatever hardships ParIdem ofllcials stare at hlnl aid (uunenl impows each other till he's r f5f nl,Wl !" i;.>in| to be Oirown Into for Itself. the r 1 Ol London. Now **> !" Actually he || being stared .'.t soing to sit ilv because the ofileials want * f! now ; s ]„., QI, ,„,. fi Ill bench, Inn if he takes %  Once IruUe, the Dm mambei scat In nc t rt ^ c ./?**;^"'K You musln't read a newspa,,. Pf. "* "L?J*y.t P„ n * lt .-?* P n g^ or book in the House. but even sod, ., simple operation ui'wnUen la v to siome agelng 8nou dn t pven nayr thl fniuglll with parliilegislator who cuis had it for genspfrech (Ihou|(n mosl mpn mentaiN tradition. tH-causo mt4ons. v-^h— *> %  because they might fall |nt, ,tl.,ehcd I • " %  l'K 1%  loop of U he sits ,n any of thelmcMl (hc h ihe King, ed Upe that seems to have no beyond the tar. eg., Ihoeeat '^ Yllu see lh( Kin ttil pOuJblc purpose opposite end lo *^ Speaker, he b ugbl-ar of Parliament, and „ „ raeanl to, henglu your can Uetso to t what.gaaijei.^bui ne wa S uppnxi to See sword on. but how is a harmless he won t l>e alLnved to speak him^ ^^ ^rr new boy with n.nhmg more self. r lhp nfW member BBdH lethal than an umbrella lo know. Your Speech getting dark in the House he Bwores (end. •pure) are barred At last, having parked his car doesn't Just ask someone lo in Parliament, and have to be correctly, refrained from smoking sw Hch on the lights. He calls out left in the cloakroom. A ScuUish |rj iihe corridors, hung up his "Candles '" %  was called to order once BWOf d and removed his spurs, the Thrt's only the start of th. ne (or appea r ing Wnul •' tolle In hw rjew b0) catchee the Speakers bov's education. If you want to elusive eye and steps out Into Ihe hlll u lhp IeBt ot nls syUebul Yoiir IIlM gangway to make the '[KIVII that vn „ M )md it ,„ ., bead* book Ol -, ,.! in have In kn i an will move IBS eaano 1,057 pages called "Parliament..i | iwful lot al-^it when and where At once there are devastating practice." by Sir Thomas to wear vour hat in Parliament, cries of "Order, order, for stepErskine. Tie 15th edition wail w BMl SOW leave ll on th %  ping Into the lariMas Mik ,,„U 411,. With vour mind at peace. Is a parliamentary sin. —L.E.fl !>eg This Drug Spells SAFETY... By CM IN AN P1NCHKK A DRUG which enab'es surReons b furm intricate operations more skilfully and mure swiftly than ever before is being tested in Rutish hospitals. It almost eliminates !oss of blood when tissues are cut Trials so far have shown that the drug provides three great advanta^< ONE: By reducing the nsk of scverel haemorrhage it makes operations TWO: :t enables the surReon to operate more surely and more rapidly bc< issues are not obscured. THREE: By reducing the shock of surgery t helps patients to make a quicker recoveryl ifti i operations. The drug -it is called hexamclhonium bromide—acts by causing a rapid fall in blmxl Bj pi upping the patient in different doeUioOl the surgeon can make any part of alroott bhHKtleaa. The patient's blood pressure can be restored rapidly to normal by an injection. Pr. Gcorue Hale Underhy. anaesthetist of the Royal National Orthopaedic Hospital. was Ihe first to try out the drug in an operation He has used it successfully on more than 250 patients ranging in age from 11 to 78. Doctors and surgeons from other hospitals have met Dr. Enderby in London lo compare their experiences with the drug. Verdict: "It .s proving particularly valuable in plastic %  iurgery and in deafness operations." Dr Enderby warned that only highly experienced anaesthetists can use the drug safely, which is still experimental. M u HIM TELLS ^THAT elegant dog breed, the red Irish setter, is-afflicted with a mst distlOnVing hereditary eye complaint. Some of the pups seem normal, but within iix months they cannot see in dim light; .•ventually they become totally blind. As there is no likelihood of a cure, scienisis have been trying to find a way of detectng afflicted puppies so that they may be Humanely destroyed. Today, scientists of Newmarket's finely •quipped Canine Research Station report success. They have discovered that the disl M can be detected by an electrical machine I De ore a P u Ppy s one month old. i few The machine records the minute electric Ka n,!r hll^^^' l ii*^?.!; """rents generated by healthy eyes. The oyet of a pup destined to go blind give no current • at all. • SOUNDER SLEEP J^, A SLEEPING TABLET said to be so safe that even a huge overdose is harmles* has been discovered by U.S. scientist--. In a six-month test 134 sufferers from in somnia found (hat the drug usually put them soundly to leep in less than half an hour. "The sit *p was restful and the patients ex perienced no hangover." doctors of N< v. j York's Metropolitan Hospital report today An overdose of the tablets products <-\ trcmely deep sleep. But there is no riangei Unlike barbiturates, the new drug, s.iv U* doctors, does not lower the breathing rate DOCTOR VETTED ^.BRITAIN'S vets are hankering .itti title. Convinced that they will novel train the public to call them "veterinary surgeons," they are now agitating to be culled "doctor." Down-to-earth vets are opposing thechOJijfi — for a surprising reason They point out tha' the word "vet" has a much higher standnu in the language than "doctor." Their argument : "To vet" anything is ai honourable act. but "to doctor" it has a dis reputable ring. YOUR MOVE J^. A TRANSATLANTIC chess match be j tween two giant robot "brains" is bcim | planned by British and American scientists Britain's challenger will be MUC. tht • .'1.500-valve "brain" housed at Manchester University. When Dr. Alan Turing baa tuned it up. MUC—short for Manchester University Computer—should be able to think several moves ahead. First chess-board opponent lined up foi MUC is Prinny, a new "brain" being bull at Princeton University. %  A r*vord*d In IM column lail rtt'. doetot arc u>lns Ihli machine lo diatnoar human *vr esSHSi —L.K.S. FOR FINEST CHRISTMAS CARDS Call and Select Early from lUVOt All MATIO.MIIIV. 1 oin i: it's -vl FL l SI'H I 1 II U.I. %  rS VHI ,,U! .Vest" und vxlrvntvly fffwtivf vumliinvil Tin und Sprayvr. \ tui. SILENT KNIGHT KEROSENE REFRIGERATORS a O.VI.Y I.KFT I >S(H II Secure one for Chrislnuw • DA COSTA & Co., Ltd.-Agenls DIAL 3378 I I I ( DKPT. t"l cloulj ni TiiKni. F< Versatile VIYELLA and CLYDELLA •^ ' "'<• N %  i>ase of the mountain, iM-uth encaged in from the area needing r k in California. These t*,. coodlUoni mountainous regions and o.. ,: We erers %  real bordering raknbelts can ICO imprBssed with Ihe profit most from artificial precitperlmenta. As much pitation. as a i PI cent Iroprov ernep l Kconomir Advantagi-s "'ii norrnal rainfall was reglsRelchvlderfer said "Important U perhape the best exaeonorntc advantage*, especial!) ,; controls designed s<> (lP afnculture can be gained ..ni seeding in sltuaUQIU >|i;rr Research wbl • i nut howIs present. Rut we do not want mare year lo n.i> the hopes of farmers in 111) drj climates. Rain ed out until ecteauftcalloe not come from a clear sky i evidence hat been cloud formations an%  prerequimeaufactured ReicheldcrEer categorically Isj ba B reeeari" i SURGEON SPECIALIST To the Editor Tht Advocate, SIR 1 wish u> be amort* the many thousands of people in this island of Barbados to express my deep regret of the dfsparture of such a Christian and noble gentleman, M Mr. A ('.. Le.ioock As a patient of his for quite a lone, time I have always found him rnoet eourtooue. kindheertni end understanding We all know ; that this worthy and brilliant "surgeon" has done all ;n his power to help the community I heedless of class, colour, or creed. He has worked, very indicate dismissed allegation* thai artificial rains could produce floods. Some farmers in the US. have blamed rain-making effort H for causing disastrous Kansas floods. Hall said There have been <*f reports of commercial success in seeding clouds and producing heavy showers Evidence ;ndictes in most cases that the showers Ihoughl lo have resulted from seeding were actually the result of natural causes. Much n %  loud physics is n eoea ta i %  v.r. hard from early morning until late hnurs <.f ihe night to save Ihe lives of his fellowmen. Yet his saintly face and pleasant matter how tired he was alter n manner wa s always there, no hard and what we all know, a most strenuous day's work We also know that he could have made a much better salary working privately, but here again we see ha Christian love by ereildni .it the General Hospital. Wo pray thnt God's blessing mny mini,, his brain and his bands wherever hi* lot may be llu-own and when things irp'ex him sometimes, he may still find the Silver tuning. To you and your family we say goodbye, good luck. God blew you. GRATEFIL PATIENT. November. 12. BURIAL GROUNDS To The Fdilor The Adrocole,— SIR.—I read with considerable interest the article i n Friday's Advucate telling of a meeting of the St. Lucy's Vestry when conwas given to a letter from tho Colonial Secret n regarding the granting of free access to non-Anglican minister. I to perform th> committal servle.1 Of the providing of "public burial! grounds." Rev. Pestalna is quoted UI stating that he is not In favour of the privilege being granted. I I wonder how Rev. peetain* would feel if he were trai %  • to some Moslem country where thirty per cent, of the populate were members of the Anjli.-M communion ami he was not allowed to commit th body oi any of hU parishioners for whm he had ministered all gsOrind their life, and instoad. funeral rltea were conducted by a Hoelem according to the Moslem faith. I feel sure his viewpoint would change before he knew it Mr Sobers Is reporte.1 as saying "that If non-Anglicn churches want burial ground they should provide their own."' %ie Ine taxes not paid by memln hlvr I.ircrHtocka ai IMV. rrlir* —But tour Bull.r jnu MM T-> Just I ••/ Ifll CUBE SUGAR CASTOR SUGAR ICING SUGAR PREPARED MUSTARD mag CKAMETTEH CHI'RCHMANS CRAVBK DU UAl'RIER COUNTRY utr. VEEETABItES CARROTS. BI.ET ROOT. II I II I I XTI'll' BEEr SIET — J6r. r-r lb



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TOBSDAl MiVIMBFR U. ISil BABBADQS \I.V(K \fl FACE nvs 40Year-Old On Murder Charge THE TRIAL Of Alphonza Beckles. a 40-year-oM CO** of Soctet" Hill. St. John, who is charged with the murder of 48-yw-old Winston Cumberbatch. a bus driver, began at the Court of Grand Sessions yesterday before the He Acting Puisne Judge Mr. G. L Taylor. Beckles i ^ed to have committed the murder on September 9 this year, kleven of the 22 witnesses the Prosecution are exI to call t< prove their casp. gave evidence yesterday ind the case is adjourned until todav On the application of Mr. J. S. B. Hear, one < %  Beeklea'a lawConductor Stands Trial •Gaseogne' Ruth Brings Off WI Run Li 1"""' P.C. W1CKHAH SEES //OH Mr HEHaUQUES Founder at loy' Club, in EngUud tt .'ritUy wit a letter to lb Comnuwuoaer of Police m win that PC Wickham of the Local Tore* had jut fosspletsd hta Urw mouth* court* in the running and management of Boys' Olabs During that timo PC Wickhan. travelled to variou. mi Uiutt-4 Kingdom and w how taojr war* opciat.-.l PC. Wickbam u now golni to a Military School of I Training at Aldarabot to take a throe month* court* in physical training. "De Grttsse G yen, th atrlad ratMi lu bruise in from of each knee i .Termites, Poor Construction Caused Much Damage In Jamaica Hurricane GoMS. v UM #4-fu.> oming %  1 rat visit ,i LU as n ^ I Suanwilp i Lull, Bartedm •in.1 j i f. en.all badly torn ir Uv Km.. %  %  crew weir k. terdsy evening; to the scene of the ^*'l bruises on the bock of the ulleged -nurder at Thickets, St T lfl e,b w. There were no special Philip. The 'bus In which Cumfeatures about the stomach. her batch and Beckles were dnvFrom his examination and from nig at the time of the incident, consideration ol ue circumstances u-< ili InspaetO d by the Jury. surroundingthe death he would Mi W W Rceea, K.C.. Solidsay that death was due to the tot QwMraL is prosecutm-: for the defect* of embarrassment of the Crown. contraction of the heart and air Mr. Dear bj awnutpu with Mr. getting into the circulation. thereGeorge Farmer as counsel for by causing damage. These were Beckles. the results of the stab wound of Ik/U Heckles ;nd Cumberihe heart. The wound was lnbatch were employed by the flicted by sharp pointed instmC.eneral Motor Bus Co. and m n worked on the St Philip route. Before calling anv witnesses. Stab Wound Mr Btaea outlined the case to II. t..Id them that evi" %  person had fallen irom a dence would Iw given to show *>us tie m-ild have gut bruises, bui that Beckles and Cumberbatch the stab wound srould have been had bad tVM bkaWina preeaused i > something: etsa. i „,. ekwi to CurnbertMteh'g death. The not thinl it aras self utflieted," hi* -prom ow own i %  n ** a fatal incident took place when %  aid. TnworetlcaUy It was not GRENADA N< Cumber luiU*. and Beckles were impossible, but It was very imr taking the bus P l?5 along Thickprobable if it were self inflicted, and Provincial oi Qrenada and the c". it is alleged ,t would more 'ikeiv nave gono Otesiadlnei Alexander l. Estrange 1 irnberbntch was driving through the spaoa between the <,lcy the inn ^ \ icar General )h „ r „ ,;., i„ K ....„ .„ liatlM.lo-i fi' i "Ul-iinl n Vigo (Spam) i If ( r..,i.i.ln > "*"' l_EI .1 i II. 1(1.1 Dies the cardiac Dltai ,vv ,u u,s n t *' 1 fidmission —i the afternoon of the same day. wound was nearer to the middle ._ Mildred Danny, raputad wife hne of the chest than the nipple te 0 s %  >f Winston Cumberbatch said she of the breast. With such g wound Catholic Church was crowded with nberbatcn had nine chiliintonsciousness did not necesthe faithful and other gympOthU— said that Cumbersi.niv come on immediately and Prs ,| us morning when the unnreai r home on Septembei II and 12 o'clock, for .v uyikmg in the counrould not return home :ght. f tllouing morning khe Ml .'. M fm turn. Ijter he -iw him at the 9he nieiitiiled the body : ilowlng day. thur Scott, attached to the '^.^ POUoa Station, said he at%  Ibal that he could have •.onielhing after mdon. Me Bald lhat when he flcv K hurricane, it was thought th about 11000 houst .... %  Ui-illlil ...:, %  > %  %  I-' u now get ined II 50,000 houses wen|A Poorer Classes "This figure includes only .houaes l.i; %  • %  A !io %  c % %  etv of course, many other I" i ic's surance assessors from thf U.K. %  i %  %  mated how little hurric an e dad been taken out imonf ;.il < ctlons "f lh i on unity Kmeigcntv Conunitl.', \M in operation and fortunately. i ling .he sails. .n aphOO n O T Kuth rg bvIM ->i Bonaire, Dutch Was iu,ii.>ji yens agn But In bo .. %  it. ih ^.JES?.** ££02* -Id >h-t ^ie has conatanl n Rath i owned bj rrat %  tmlUan and Iha othet nine mem Tinii,-. %  rdaj hi : %  made t Barbados | drun tween k M r in and CurBCM I cargo. The rib b light, ii na %  %  The BJ ) alaoaaaa West tndaai U K rout 1 inch line. Oaaaogmg %  Mumi Taking OVei h*Om the (iiwutM %  % % %  oeh lie f.raM> il'l" I bid l" make her l ••Qraaaa .n bo coming from sailing Curaea Cartagena and Jamalei though hi has been up of thi i>m at the Vi-arage dally t Insured" he funeral rile took ntai %  Dominican clargy lo Iha bnand attending the solemn requiem mass. If Cumberbatch had fallen on a celebrant being FBthei FlUOerald, gtocaj erf u lh Leaulature He said thut communal f.edu,^ had bean used would not h.v.. w c amon lh e co i n8r i a "Vi1o^ '" p,lbUr bu dl "* *• "i"*"^ Born in lndon In April IWID. pry\iiuj TJ %  xpanBlva and pcRelurnmg to Barbados on May %  ie and Trinidad, ir Ornaas will i %  uktag bat %  Poo) llr lilOv .. (at.' i three i laaaaa, and "ill bl milking .. .j|| in lt..i badOl OnOO every ti.. (•aacngiic passenger accommodation is 25* and she used lo eall Bt Barbados once even Qva aaaaki k Co., Ltd .:> %  %  .' \ i ic Prancfa lino Ooaaaana i (ormarl Oaar ga Hishimton si. troop Innanorl during World "< the treatment of sarcopnc manje in small inimalt Tetmotol it invirubly effective At the mote, two or Vee application* tr* required and moreover during, •MaMM no special itolmon it neceiiiry. Tetmotol it non-jreaty. non-st*lnin| and hat no 'bnoaiout tmell. TETNIOSOL' Tetraethylthiuram Monoiulphide Solution (2S%) MPfRIALCHFMICAL (PHARMACEUTICALS LIMITED A luBlxfid'r (0">pOftr of ''"pcncl C*t"(at l'>Ajil"ei limited ... i Mil ,iy. MANCMIfTia I B ""J Diitnbutofi — A. S tHYDCN 4 SONS BARBADOS' LTD. DON T UOP BETWEEN 9D0P8 HARRISON'S BROAD STREET w II used. If Ci sild not havi nberbalch had Nominal ion Stations fl'rtM the wnund himself t';,' dao and % %  Mr. eased was ordained a priest venting the use 1929. Schooled at a Jesuit Colifir no inml uun tcndel the post mortem oxamlna•"" %  %  * ... !" .i. ......,.. !" n.. k h( i. llrr sluf iicd the priestl-imu tion of Winston Cumberbatch ' movement than Cumberbatch hood (t )n( ^^^ Dominican X '" K which was performed bv Dr. would have hrtn i' he were dnv|. TI( IV v.\lt'hr-sler <;iCato. A nur-e at the Hospital ' "* when the wound was iiini blood -stained clothinflicted. I left pocket of the shirt there was a hole. There was Station Phoned a corresponding hole In the vest. „ Undei .ioss-examination he I'^rg* *' %  ">•"' told Mr. liear that the jacket had Pinter of WinUemere DO hole. %  %  Boyea, I Nurse of the room --Genera] Hospital, said a.m. llvtrklea came and askqd %  . that on Oaptamber 10 ana handpermission to use the MlephOM Od wme eloUMM which had leen He asked to be put On >< %  Uattriel V.'";;; Ti,:.V 1 iV;..V' '.i HI., kfrlnrs and taken off Winston Cum!.h.t.h '(. He said a bus had been inM'"-' 1 !" 9 .it the %  eloeh riiui sda> bad ( %  Wuodhouse said that subject to parliamentary approval, tlv iiake-v.n,i priory, st.,fBriuah Ooverni m t had agreed l fordshlre, and Blickfrtars Priory, ^i* Jamaica to the maximum Oxford of H.BOH.OOtl in ., k-rant and loan: After ordination he dM two n,,. greater portion would i>e f. i jr. g yceare advanced itudaw at UMvmiri rehouatni and the balance f St. John, University Belglunn rollowing Bgriculture. A ipeeia] new agem-v said ba was at home in his sitting ream 11 parish arorif In Naweaaw m ,,, |„. ol up m Jam., f 9 aoout iu.ovw came to Grenada. November, .1 purposes, as uell BJ ,. 22nd of Nov.nd.i. the Raturn During 193S to 1947 he was reday to Sgt. SciAl. an accident on Tnickalso lectured students 19 SO lived ett., K. ...i Beckles then said he wanted to telephone the owners of the bus. lie wanted to get either Mr Dowding or Mr. O-Neale. H.telerilIllbclbl itchj phoned and repented the '" .statement he had made I praviouj baiaahona message f,BMM into the room Oxford After he returned in 1M7 he became Vlcai this purpose of rehousing and of aided S.-li-n.-l|. • . i lalnly I e Included and every efft 11 v.ould he made to huild hurricaneif houses. These hornes hi: GefieVS-Woilnrtal "-' d wou,,i not "* rr ^ -" p rtion "i tha c< I era a me but~,-t t toned oi not when he wiw him. p.c. Btanlay llayers attaohtd t District '<*" said he went b Thlcketu \<->->-i. st Phillip, oi uskiti und ne a kod how thr •"•"•P 1 s*-uteml-er 9 about 1 30 p Bl H -aid that he had be retmitl by the occupiers. l.cets had been blown orr.mii eoused further damage during the hurricane Thii ara b fc a u sa Lhej "rera IriadNaquatel}) (ixed .line sen iling units adar iMnglos which had more nxl roof whuh were much more ieI WIHHI Ants of IHI d Idcd i I the i ill reoatva tinBOavJnaiion %  .TI to tha Qinasal Aaaanbti ol Iha Island. i %  ..i Much no "ll take place are as (Oilowi I'( iinctown—Queen's U lUtnjL h ....I Drill Hall. St. i n ( ;.IIII-I.|. Chureb Vastrj Boon hnst Church. Si < U *fi st Oaoraje'i Church Si eoL Bl Philip .St llnlip's Church b boot si John st John's Churoh School m Same st. i ,ne < ombinad ^*Z Bl T i si Thomas' Chun h Boys 1 Benool St .Ins.-ph St Joseph's Church t I \r dn %  Bellapl i i %  %  Hall etei Bl Patai Churcfi Brhool, '-. %  • ; %  i ..I,.n.-i it. T ifichel told lb .• .H Bit t he hs %  tinpracUca of ping hell while ioi tti convenience of %  %  paaaangari %  a great IneOOVi tr a vailing publb %  %  ,.i itten ion %  % %  nd 1 ing the law In this respCCt will b M.said I %  .i the b will not expect the drivi anywhere than at orgai a Red i' Ignore the raojueal h doctors who want to -t"i> (W |1 %  said "AictMi Rttamer" Arrive* Here THK I-NDKUMKNTIONKD ITEMS ARE ONLY A SMALL PROPORTION OF OUR WIDE RANGE OF KITCHEN HEDUISITES Serjeant's Evidence Sgt. Thorington, In charge of II. John, said that SeptemMB S. Il-eklea was broughl to the Police Station and charged with inflicting grievous bodily harm. "On the rollowing day he was charged with murder." he said. *ioned Beckles and asked him whether he had any thing happened. Beckles said that he had .,. ,. V|(U ., to say. Beckles said he was in* Kpn ,., hand. ,l him B Althougu ,r wd ilty of the General Hoiroad and the other wanted to go gmaii eunvilt bag a nd bicvele miles l>'-r houi wan piUl. A man whose name was along another road. In the exaboul 9 IS um Thc (>H ; t ontainl oidluary glazin-: resisted, pro 1 given BS Winston Cumberbatch citenwn: the bus jumped the bank. b| ,. U( ium 9 Kr w driver a-id it was properly fixed Btoru was broufM In. He had a stab "My wife asked what became ultvl .| P loo i 8 taereta buildlnBS Batumi ) wound in the left breast. It was of the driver and Beckles said the ^ c M J ( J ln art>wer t (l Mr De ir up letter than wood frame buiMabout half an inch wide, two driver put his head In the canes. na hp (|ok talrmi ... with hard latjour :<-ep and directly over thc "She asked whv the dnvei |i( .. pecially between frai %  passed on CSamera heart. acted as he did in driving the bus %  i of Ba) When he saw Cumberbatch he OVPr X hc hank Beckles replied Arrested quite adequate The collapse of Land, Bt Muha.-I by Mr (; it list coherent and while trifflt Cumberbatch must have many wood-frame arm COE> eta OrlnVh, Acting Police Magistral) lo him he lapsed into WBn(w i t o murder him" Cpl Vernon Hunt,attawhad"Hi nog panel bulldlngi -common In oi District "A". 0 Ineoherenc. Cross-examined by Mr Dear. District C" said he went to th? Jamaica could in 90'I nf t uglfi and a bamboo bnikd tin n he said the canes along Thickets scene a) Thtekatti on Sept. ease* ta> attributed to advanced propert) or Mildred Mi. %  ere ahou' 1" to 12 reel bill, The He s.iv BecfcUM among the rrowd inf^tation of the timber by ants bfovem Tlw ss Alcoa BaaaashS* 4H2. i Ne ui a.ttw: •sab. %  •loin mill nutv or %  meai thii \ihrii,r.ik which ha caUcd ("i .. load of i H i %  \Ot 1 i real i iped : i %  ajtaa Bsnasas r. ban Thom Ltd MhelttriHib US MI H JaSOl %  Ltd I JIIMHII-.T Jatlled i wards. A sharp pointed instrument such as a penknife could have caused the wound. Cniss-Kxamined farthest distnnee between the which had gathered. He asked him ami the use of very weak outer edge of two cane holes was lo >nw to District "C" and give jn the panels. aWit l> feel • statement Beckles was carried "Thf need for impnrtfi to the station. Later in the day Ing practices and code* and for Evidence Corroboraled be was arrested and charged with their reinforcement is vc > gppargrlevous bodily 'harm. He look ent. Steps are being taken to from him a small pair of setsimprove the Building five-1 .a II penknife and OreamMga hj ons for lareens prevlou icTie Kan vile of Ge Under cross examination he said that a wouna of that nature might spurt bloou but it was nut spurting anv when he saw it. S. Farmer, corroborated her hussors. a Dr. A. S. Cato, Visiting Medlband's evidence. corkscrew, cal Onicer at the General HoaShe added Lhat Beckles asked He took a statement from Mr. plUl. BBll lhat on September whether he cftild leave his bi i 10 about LM pm. he examined cycle there. She told him he could. the hodv of a man at the HoaThe bicycle had on it a hand bag. pital. The bod* waa Identified The polite CaVM h >' night and -< Mildred le.iny as lhat of look away the bicycle. P.C Woslev Sobers who 1 attached to District "C" said Out hp went to Thicken s Road where Kl , T h...,..-. !" .-.. Resisted Police I'.i.n i,'.:ii;ii ii Pined Mr C II QrlfflUl, At tini: l'..l -.,...( I. ...l.n'.l Lui Ulc A.i n i UXhtlfOol L Ml i.iie ol IB/, jn.t .ii 14 da>< or 1 I h -i. raarMd with bl v I ... l.i|hlliHr I. ,i T .. ..IT. %  the ' i 4fJ/in 14 days or one month %  • USlng indecent I inguag.rm tto BQIUUO. bo.h offssv i committed On November 10. field Mason. Can Milan McClean gave then present that O'Neal and a not he, their statement!.. More evidence will he give! t day at 10 a m. when the rn continues. i houi< lajht-sBSlna S1C,V Fund Geawa rh. Eaarskwioa I I'.c A. haa re,n i.t %\ou B nd past year. %  ave beei : Dejbtartmenl Two additional lethal chambci C.O.L. GOES UP 2 POINTS %  lieu ,i. i sasea rvei B ptemi si i...,. ,i was Ml pt mon h %  .. n IM pn .ie Bgura %  I Ii was 212. %  %  %  H is cau <. %  odtnt. %  uBotvm rai in>\tiv< \ rot. HI: POKE Sevan •V/iV/ l oi. I'h.s,"Joy riders" added substantially to the dlficultlc i ih.roroaa, tl %  i ;e!ief workers. mid the '"\' 11 '"' "' *• Donilnk I'll be available early Iii lfto2 lovembei id ii I0JM) They an Bavba* Foundry UdU, and will b.in District A" Polls W n DistMi t Poliei si ,1K HEARTBREAKER NYLONS OUTSTANDING FOOD VALUES Original!' .... S 29 ,. %  VVIrVUVEVww\rVVw\rV L /wVw^ %  FOR BEST RESULTS „ %  USE -' PURINA CHOWS %  IN THE C HECKER BOA RD BAGS !" d H. Jaioo Jonea & Co., Ltd—Distributor. %  %  WaVVVVVVWVVVVWVwVW %  5 ITVAPORATED MILK ( ONDENSED vn.K IMPERIAL VIENNA SAU8AGKfl 38 ( RAWKOMDS SWTF.T BISCUITS irh pkt*. .54 SWWET ASST CUSTARD CREAM, MAltlK TRI FRUIT PtTFS. CREAM CRACKERS The B lMive Hem* fur 0BBB a"d (arr> f uaUimrr* AVI.MEH'S ntUTT BALAD -per T'n AYI-MER'S GREEN PEAS—per Tii LIN CAN GREEN PEAS per Tn TURBAN DATES—per Pkt. TURHAN MIXED NUTS—per Pkt this W gab s :i, MEINZ CREAM OF CHICKEN 5 MEINZ CREAM Of MUSHROOM M UP DANISH SALAMI SAUSAGE—[' >; NORWEGIAN PEELED SHRIMP? N PERLSTEIN BEER per Bottle ; 1'I:HI.STF:IN BEER pas Carton : : 9TANSFELB. SCOTi A #. LTD. MUX* CAL-C-TOSE i I i t£* 1Vi> IS MHH 1> SiHEXHIH < AI.-C-TOSF. the B-lkloui. t Kuppk-ments the inUbr ef Ihe .in J .noun's of six \il. %  ml Ir.iri It i. ,\.<:inil lur hlghl* rr,.,iTiiiniid.il for Ihe .ml nurtlng mothers •a and Mall tl gular dirt v. it plus Calrlu hlldrrn u ho dlillk trea. rearalaaeasEta im red drink itrtUasaaUi im .M.. milk .irnl ,-,ii.< i.ni Ph on ia.e at all KNIGHTS BICUG STORES 1* s




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infill voYiMitr.R 13. i5i BARBADOS ADVOCATE FACE SEWN CLASSIFIED ADS. TFAEPHONt 2301. I MoB .ret di)< %  cMb pel "vocal toil MEB M|**sv"%  — %  DIED *OBa>AB On Monday Ms* IMI, Elmer Aubrey (BUMMM funeral i..le rr*idence. Sand Street. •fcnlj.hUto-.il at 4 o'.lor* thia afUTnoon for the Weeafeurv CMMUTI Friend* are rfm In attend Alma Jordan Cana the undernsncd deurc thana all thoae kiii "ended Iht i % % % %  MM ,n>d (.Jbici. ii if d t hall >auu >.oned by the paaalM D "iline; %  of Mr Henry Lutarr Wood. IN MLMOKIAM ID vli>K mnnotv o( a-leeo 13lh NowmWr. IMS We do not Td a tperial day ,r mind The dm *e do mil ihinh of you '...id lo f.nd Anthony r* i. Dora MM CAK IK mile, Nei i 1 ) %  .i %  CAKHover 10 H P Perfect condition iftmShnui M.OM mile* only Not driven re* K HPII Treated a* only chlM Muat be aean .ml driven to be approid Apply Courtcay Oarage Fo pedifTcr Ulal and lull particular* MM turn .. ii M i t %  %  Ik II M -li GOVEttME.Nl NOTICES DOMINK *. POLICE (OKIE ire required for the Donlnlci PollctJ I to Details of pay and allowances, cti can m the Police Traminc S-.hool. Office. DlsMel A Applicant! will t* seen in person at 10 a in on Friday. 16th November. i itc* of Education to be produced .i R T MICHEL.IN. Cumin Iwiiiiici i I Police Headquarters. Bridntown, 12th November. 1951. lj.11.51 —2n. NOTICE Application are Invited for the post of Joint Secretary to the following Production & Export Control Board Fane* Molasses Control i. Mar%  || ,| RehabB IndUBtl '• I'm-' Stabilization Re* rw Hoard. 'ill.lalan ol the povt will da,<• -TIM mi quauAeaUoDi. but will not Ulan £500 per annum nor innutn. The post is non-pensionable and terminable :.l i lie month's notice on %  :.\. Applications statins age. eduea•lonal qualification! and owneme LoMthai "Hit COPIES of testimonials should l>c addressed lo %  he Director of Agriculture. Queen's Park and will l the 24th day or er. 1951. 13 il 51—4n tOTNTE A CO 1 W,V,'//.V/.V'W//.W'''', ;: Situalitms I „n Varant w-o-d* 3 real* a word en) I C**kte Al'TOMOllVK B D C OJ in II I SI Apply H W I) II Sl-eta i nn i clutch Milearc "• and condition Courtesy Garage CAB Ow VI Ford, lelt hand dtive 0 M P ;t> perfect working ordet %  pplytoC B U Au.tln. Jam.. Street • II SI—Sn CAR—On* Citroen M Ol n.ilrn Al CondIV r Ward Hon.. S. I' i471l II II 11 ELECTRi*_AL MACHINES and VACl'l'M Another ahipmenl ol Iht .... HOOVER Wnahlni MiVacuum Cleaner* KM )uat ill early at K H. Hunte a and aave diaappoinlmenl ilachme 11)3 00. Vacuum DUI 07T K K MlSCht.LANKUUS IM m H S1IKS BEAI. KSTATE Th*. undeeugiied i C---p Cottae 3M iMm BarSwdea Tire Inauaanre Co •" -. -re. Barbado. Ice Co United JI •. Pretereore Barbadoa Talepkone Co I. ISO aharaa W I Rum Ratnetv i tssaM ISO Sharea Bdoa DwUlicnea l-td Far condition, of mir a pp. i i corn.r CATPORO a CO 11.11 •: .' %  IM ISI H MIIKKS f SUGAK VtTS: Delegates Ready For New Talks IN LONDON NOTICE Tk-> PHM-III TlaMuno OPVe. M..r,aei ".111 be .'loeed a) Moon or Tnnraday the ISti C aSSMKlE wKANNVM. A| "airoehial Treaeurc Si Mich. I) II SI Sn BliNOAIOW-On, done wall BumaWw drawing and dining room, th.e • hedrooma. breakfan room, tolavt and bath. %  landing on IS perrhee-of land Apply Id C H M Auatin. Jair.e* Blreet • II Sl-Sn NOTICE I M I II > I I ( Sk.MJTD rtWDBJW imarked M U envelea.Trndrr lm 1 <-. .ill ba IW cetved by -no up to Tue-i. SDlh IMI for a loan to the pariah . at**0 gb .i a rate ol mtareal not • .cred ing *•* aa aulhorlard b. U>C "StaitH Ljty .Barbadoa. loan Act IMS ...i I aunt lo be repaid In Ave annul m.tal menu of SI.BSt SO each together ill Ceilinrale* i tl'i No rnioer. IPAI HOUSE One Chatlrl houae Handing on n T 10 perrlkpa of land. •lUiated at Comer of Da*-i Kood Bank Hall Apply to C H. M Austin. Jam*. S|re*4 Alao one -pol land. Bank Hall n S 10 pcrchea II ^1 Si NOTICK -BOSVICO HOUSE. Eagle Hall Bond, St Michael. -Ilh 4 Ann or thereabout. of land, all encloaed THE DWEIIJN CHOUSE contain., open Veiandahi. Encloaed Gallery. Dra %  • inn and Dining Raotm. 1 Brd'oomi. one •er> lane. Toilet and Both large Kitchen Pantry. Store-room etc and Cellar. The Oo.raiunenl Water aa aell aa Windmill and Well, whvh aupplleatei Oarage for t Cai. BJkl Senanta' rooma Cocoanul Tree.. Uuava tree*. Mango Ireea. Golden Apple Ireea. and Breadfruit treea and another portion of land planted in Guinea. Elephant and Spur Qrata OFrZHS IN WRITING mil be received b> Ihe undcnlgned .ip to TUOOday Ida 13th dav of November. .14pm The lendor doe. not fend heraelf lo accept Uvj higheat. or any offer In.ueclun an,, dav except Sunday, on application to Mr* Hanachell. Telephene No 1H0 tor further particular* and condition* of aale. apply to— COTTli CATFOBD S. CO No U. High Street, Undgcion 1 il Si— Tn The undenlgnad will offer lor aala at Public Competition at their office. No IT High Stiect. Bridgetown, on Friday, the IBth day of November. IMI. at 1 p m The meaauage or dwellin|-hi l -ii Ol "T II i Application* for otva or more vacant Ve.ln bhibtuont tenable at the Parry School wilt bo received l nw not later than Saturday Mth tnat Candidate* %  mat b, aona ol P.n.h m %  tiaightaoed ii-u iha, eight and not more vear* ol age Forma ol application .. be obtained frmn (he *>aruchk*l Treavurei on orTre dayi A BapUmmal Ce.',nc.n n.ml acconipan> i*ih application U*i-d"Jale> -1 i>re.rnl lln-nwelve. Il Hie H.ni.tei lm ev.-unati.ni on Mii. Oil lllh in-t at 10 O'clOCk, a m O. L DKANE. Ve.tr> Claeh. • II SI 4 LA>NI>ON. juice and ttoni the COD wealth sugar-produvkug i-oun.i due to begin ;t rVaall %  The illt i-an be ti%  f..Nt %  proceasiiit; <•< iutes. I discussions with the Hnti h t. % %  took ft B) ernment on Novemoei 15 on ttW quota allocated to each an the Commonwealth Su| men i. The delegates hav %  : v,,|i,,\Mikhours Just to i" I nih Mcl-U The dry vvh,:i bean .'. • %  • %  ed alkallri %  arO been holding prelimin.ii v rJtaCU SCkd "vit "..niK thcinsvhi h (J wsnseaJ %  Offices of tfaa W.-t li..i,.i COsMkl ilh the > I .1juice In -pile Of the f.i .it It is undet pi meiho • the delegates ha\' .unities m lhipon ihc poln.i. they QatCteSalOtal i? i^ wti Coiomal Office atli than twel-e of Food. If.-' AmonK the We-l Indi.m dels gateare the Hon. Albert limmof i'rinidad, and the IJon II A Cuke, of I he ll.m W. A. Bustamante. ol Jamaica. IS •also reported to be on his way n< IN THE MATTER OF THE COMPANIES ACT ltlt CENTRAL I HI MM: LTI. SOTlcr IB HP1UTBY OIVEN that I cloaed from the 3rd dav of November.' re.11 iscd however, both I'SU) BOTTLJNG EU1I>MENT. comii.ii.a I i<| II, it 4 klr Univerul Bottle )uir Model F*' One-man Cajgan IHie l.inn Fill'? nni Caibonator. and Two Syrup tank. s M. done S33I. Ban Fernando. 13 II M on Enamel Ii Ala-r.l n ...i WAMIH HELP Managma fur Hotel Berwick E.perlence neceiaarv Salary and vhate In profit. Good position fnr the right Drraon Apply al llrti In writing A E -WlOB I n P O Bn IM. Itrldg-MANAGEK foi flrM cla** realdenllal club In Wrtt Indie* Bxcellent opporTinea! unmarrlad man with catering eapeilence PoMUon oBefS aakarv and pan proSu of builneaa. Bo* No B B Co Advocate. PANTRY MA1D-A i laid to BMI.I butler II i||. ^ If.I -' :>.:.. %  %  iBBaf tin Verandah. Drawing S BiSraei n a, Toilet Pantry Oarage and For further particular* and condiuona PERSONAL Taelf ii-*i.....ii.l.V UATSON. I I ( .. : %  . giving erwdil to m* IrlH H1TA Itl.A. K KIT %  '• %  t'.:i I I i.. .,•!.. . raaponilble fur her or anyone elae BBJX 1..., li..g ,."> debt or debt' In my name i,i i lea* bv a written order tlfned b> me i • i n :. in \t KFTI i;..Hill S. Patei 1 SI In The public are bercbv warned agai givr,, .,in ,„ „ bl ...i,. IVY 11" AT. >nee O'NalAIJt, a* I do no! hold mvi re-pomibie lor her or anyone el*e ci UacUng any debt or debt* In m> aai urleat by i written order *igned by n (UYTOS BOVEI.1-. TIO^THF. MA l)-rb.,., .< the Apu .*.,-riit/.A Tlir.ATHrJD hi iniei .md In peraon (-AHHIIIEAN TlltATBES II.. v Street. IIOI.IMAY raartr JUST THE THING laaier ..**..! Model C.- in ? Bnllln^ iturnera and iiimvru SOI rVEfYlBS (IKIIIS ANTIQUES. JIWILI, CARVINGS EMBROIDERIES, Mr. IIIAiM'S rr. Wm. Ilrr. W. :: DUI ItU POLITICAL MEETING TO-NIGHT Sept. 13th Nov. AT B WTERS KD. Corner Kensington New Rd. at 7.30 o'clock In Support of the Candidature of MR. ALBERT A. MAYNARD for the City of Bridgetown-The MfrWOOfl the houi* in MI ililQii Ni.ieinber SUth The *u ^c'fiil applicant ir.uat take up hi* dull b) .1 .,i,.i.irv 4th All application* treati lit alrtcl confldei.ee 4 11 SI I 1 MTI AJIONft WANTFII Kaperle.ice.1 Shorthand t>pl-t lemal tn leading Arm of SolKiloi n England Oood reference — aeel preferably with legal firm ply Bo* B B C% % % % %  D-P i Advocate Ad13 II Sl-3n MISCELLANEOUS BOTTUES Cle. While Park Boad I on HBNT HOUSES i COTTAGE Bedford Avi HOMESTEAD—Upper Belmonl Road rn bedroom* dining room. *lttlng room fillen. all conveiihmcM Apply within 11 II SI a> niE GLEN. St Lawren..U-P I > .hed apartment Call ST1S Peter Morsar.. r Hotel 13 It Sl-1 THE Biiildi ig known a* "Berwick ng 14 bedroom*, bar *. F. TAV1/>H ITT) Coleridge Dial 4100 • pubiii nrr herebi %  rornod %  ii.l giving credit lo mv wile AIJlERl MAKHHAI.I. mre IIOVUX. a* I d %  leaponaible for her o MM ..;. Mnlnraas sn* debt o debt. In b ) II -rlttei order iigned b> BM IV. .Mill. VtAKSM Ml. AUen View St Thotru. 13 11.51 In i 30th %  i N. Secrelary I'uhlir iilfiriiil Sak Tueaday the I3h l-i of Novt 1M1 at the hour of I o'clock Bltemoan will b Bold at my ol ne Mgre.1 bidder for any Bum All I *o. %  ... .1 I la Man* Peler. butting and b Svdncy Aboah d Tlii 1 Alexandra School, i Norman MuaaHUMU. or. land* lane commnnlv InwWfl M Slat go lane together w ith %  Dwelling Houae liter eon Mai ice* appralaed thereto a* follm* The -hole proper.appiaUed to TWO THOUSAND FOUR Hl'NDHElt ANU FIFTY IKKJ-Mt* .fcl.eoO IW. Attached o-n %  aaajaaal Tlnvothv for and tuaida %  laStarttOn, . A.t.ng ,*( Maivh.l Offl. Oclober. 11*11 Eiguanite i parei r %  hag in.!.' ed ) laldt frotn five eifhl per cent. ] %  is pe %  able in mill.'. COS s are I nongalli tain ton iimri' Of MCTO e tn DUU k l.iiiilon. but his nil "v l"ii of pp HI to be t-ennccied wiih banana eoatj an em do*i Ere-.h Liyht -eased There are great hopes aUnoOl s •vallaa at the delegates that llailain'i na* %  "' i>' In* !*• svstem. the mag"Covernnient will rtTffUd then ' more mills will freh light. It i I %  ''"' I" ""' ,; v that the I-. %  Governnirnt ha.v nut of Director, [lo get a proper grasp of the d*' BOIllpaUlll II USbll the Fluu tails Involved and thai fa %  [reas.n the talks may be • %  : % %  .protraeted. The lm t Ui.it Mr 'Alan lx/iinox-Buyd. the new Minister of Si.it. i ,.i Colonil Affairs, who will undoubtedly play a leadniK roia In tni siuns, u known to be syrnpathetii towards the West Indu regarded as a hopeful portMll Several points In the draf I igreernent an ceptablr tO the COaWatOnwealtl producers They iielievc lh.it tin propoH-d terms Of the ngreemen do not Miflii-ientlv ei.trench tin itoltcy nt Intel ('iiinminiiu.il' marketing undei preferential eon provide rn>n*pleti tpanaion prtafnui While the pn-hiiei iei.> K n: %  lhat prod ictlon %  taken int.. .n.uunl Ifietn pi i< • are negOtlatad, they believe IrMTt should itv no question .if an) R DOUGLAS. CUmm..nwe..lth pltKhlCCI able to institute an irupiirs mt' the production costs ol .itmthi SHIPPING NOTICES land I 10 31 3n LlQl'OR LICENSE NOTICE i-ip ith ahedn SI Mkc land. St Micl Mil Spirit*. Mall t.vanl and .hmgle .ttached at Ivy l-and. Dated Ihi. loth day .f November. ISM Tn F A MrlXOO. Eaq police MagUtrale. Dl.t A i %  Mil. Ill ACKMAN. Applicant N B -Thl application will be ronitd **r*d at a Ltcenilng Court to be held a 1 l> i .. .i CAM A .'n Tuewrtav Id 30th day "I Nnvember. 1B31. al 1 % %  •' M.llfll An Official Visit St l,: I Phi Honourabla Mr. D. K Chief Jusiaoa or th windward ind laeaward Iilaodi p in the oolonj on %  mn..; \.-it work li fL**n| oi. a new building at Ml W ( dale wlinh iU> '-' 'he "hief Slop Pyorrhea In 24 Hours C.AIANII I INK IIMIIIU ( %  aai ii-" a s "POni Aim vi H M..: fi.n llobait Septeniliei 2Mi. M, 11...nine Ihtober 4th. Sy,|. .( I( The M V -MONFJCA" -ill accept Cargo and Paaaengen for Dnentnlea. Amlgiia. Mnt.taerrat. Nevi. and SI KltU I).,ie „l aalling lo be notified The M/V "C L M TANNIS • will accept Cargo and J>a**ene*r* md Trinidad &>i|. ing Friday tilth In.t a M i -. IIII.IM ii "vu. v-^.ii t t mis i., i ^„r.le Ng 4-CI ^Atceo, **""£* C* M \OltK SERVICE I Teeth I i baSes 13th November. IMt id... tin Drcemb-r, IB01 aaHOjlaaal IMh ly-c.mber. IMI teelh fall I I i ovi A ioi\n LOST TICKETS Sene* G 0447. Seta Finder pleaae nuodndge. Farm IM 13 II 'in. SWrrt-STAKE TICKET Serte* P The I il l> RACE TICKET B.TC. Race Serlea P. No 1)01 Inacrlbcd Smith rnd C Mayer* Finder rewarded on returning *ame to Advocate Advertl*in6 D*pt 13 11 St -in V0>VVVaA--e4i*Ve*i<-tj 1 TO-DAY'S NEWS ELASH Local view. In colour on O Card* Khealh Knlvaa Pica* Bultoni lilted lo you r,il|-.-..NSTATION!: "V //////AV/A COVERNiMENT NOTICE CHAIRMAN Mr. JAME8 A. Tt'IM>K SPEAKERS | Mr. D. D. Garner Mr. G. II. Adaim. M.C.P. Mr. F. U Walcoit. M.C.P. Mr. J. E. T. Brancker. M.C.P. Dr. H. O. Cummins. M.C.P. Mr. E. W. Barrow Mr. J. C. Tudor i;..mn ,-TI wealth producer, posed in the Ann Limitation M II ,. .suggestion in the l>ropM'd Agreeineiu ti should be pl.i.iii upon expiii J ol sugar from it* and Dominions over .HI fiElU-ye..i period. The Commonwealth pro* lllK'l .illllUt tOCapl thl* le****W*1 iniui.it in.in 11 .iK ii it: ..:. given bj Jl parties to Uic In'. SUfBU AKleelltelit Cognmoiiweulm ptoduecra reghrd the coneluaiim of itie CORI< %  aOfiweallh Sugar Agreement. Qfl eeasonuble terms, as l'in of tin utmost Importance .m,i I e that ihere is an atv for a new internatioinl Sm: ll Agreement dealgnad i" bale nn i the requirement* ol the world' growing population an.l the out* put oi tinproducing countries Canadian Agreement Negotiations wudl %  terted %  Tonjuay thlfi yeur DstVI %  In the contlusion in OUawi ugar agreement under Tanada agrees to buy fro Dommiran Republic dm ing of the years 1952 and 1953, 84.500 short tons of raw sugar, an announcement from inti.v.i 't. This represents 43 get %  • %  the 150.WJO thort tons whn h UM) maximum total quantity i non-preferential augor in rvipecl Of which the Canadian OOV mem is prepared to enter similar negotiations with traditional suppliers or m ential sugar It If un** arrannemenUi will be i whereby Canadian importer !," %  pai ted \ H at the same prices Ml down for Commonwealth supi; Cnnada entere.i TI short tons some months ago. New Chemicnl The first basic fjuitgl processing of raw sugar In Mfl I years has been developed, according to the New York nUU hemltml Enilneerlns 1 u i l.ims. i' s high-'i'i' duct with higher purftv i nrr-liiction OB', ,n% %  Lnea IB* Th. j stance seuaritte* dParvt*/* and mm' I %  In rnne riiiubl' Btaaj Ihl* di.eaae now ailli lh* %  um* la H*a*WrSV 4>s*Va aof* lad in • lh *vel :.,! BARBADOS ARTS AND CRAFTS SOCIETY • ii.\ Hi H STFAMgl : I IMI -nt IHHIM VII \M\ OIU.EASS SERVICE i asrvi •a Barbadoa Slh Navember. I0SI. e* Barbadoa Brd November. IML ,-. n.iiiado. 7lh December. IMI CANADIAN BERVKk For Pyarrhra —Tnnca Mol II sntD Annual Met I 1 %  i A liiiii. ^ ol Mamiieis of the above *' I %  .11 be held .it rVhltepark (b) i mi pel mil Ion ol tinBi ll nMpre* i.. Ird at B.iri IhS Aiuim, el< %  I M . l\ IMI i iTaWuna A STFAMFH Na* lllli NnV Hud Dec Sth Dec Mth vH Al<< A I-I ANTE It Ihie Barbado* Oclober lllh. I..i s i„ %  rei.ee Blver Port* i".in i: I TllllM LTD — NEW YORK AND OUIaf* HI APri.V:-n% CORTA a> CO. ITTI—CANADIAN SI SACUENAY TERMINALS Hepi.it ..i mitto A MILLS. Acting Hoe -.-. •.:•.:*.•.;;;<,*.• ATTENTION is drawn to the Control of Prices (Defence) I (Amendment) Order. 1951, No. 33 which will be published in the loftlcial Gazette of Monday 12th November, 1951. 3. Under this Order the maximum wholesale and retail selling I prices of "Milk-Evaporated" are as follows:— ( ARTICLE Milk-Evjporatfd WHOLESALE PRICE (not more than) $12 69 per case 48 x 14} 02. tins 48 x 10 oz. tins $12.21 per cose 96 x 6 or. tins RETAIL PRICE (not more than) We would appreciate the opportunit> to (|iiti • FLAT EVERITE SHEETS • TEMPERED H VROBOAKI) • OILED SOAKED HARDBOARD CENTRAL EMPOBMVM IMPORTANT NOTICE 12th November, 1951 13.11 51. —In. Note NeuAddr BEARD & Prince VVilluim i Over L i Cl E GREIG Ham i •*• %  4683 our house oi quantity nf cni from England. U.S.A. .nt.i ivi. i Wilson on the juestion of buying or dispost*pe of house. >hop or factory ; iKM: BOOK Which Makes GOD'S WAY OF Any clothes It'll %  following Si.mLuy IUUii thy Depot! before 1>< 31st, 19^0, will be sold. In ftilun inl %  %  % %  %  • will It*' sold. Country Kond Marhill Depot Aqualir Depot St. Luwrenct DCIMII. CANADIAN SERVICE Erom H;ilil;i\. N.S., mid Montreal. Sl.nireal Hallfaa %  "HIINVAIJJIV" %  %  pined Arrlial H*le< lt,i.i,-ii._„ liar bade* 11 November SI Novambei II I mbe, 1 Januar* UNITED KINI1IMIM SIKVICK KriMii %  -. 1.1. .. U w ea u l mid fUaajea UNITED KINGDOM AND CONTINKNTAL SKRV1CE %  %  ..I..r^ I...4.I. I ... i.l *rrl Aucnls %  1M.ANTA I IONS LIMITED — Phon* 47*3 i'.:'.i',i5.-,w.Kin'.:v.:'.l'r,v/// ;'.^ts?^:sss a ^ttMw ^.'.wwww ^l IWITTA Dill SS SHOP LOWER HROAD STREET IMU SSI S of every kind %  dy-made and AUo-BHASSIERES—White .md Pink. BIZU H and in wrttb Waistb.u.. \v... t| Emm $:(. to $3.44. adc-to-Order. H*. i^*^ '-?•.-. iiSW544i3SS'V BUY SALVATION PLAIN" 1 e Please write foe one m ^ S Samuel Roberta, Oospel *> I Book and Trael Service. *T j 9 3. Central Avenue, Ban. Jj gor N. Ireland." ; V//MV/WW/.W.V-V//. A BETTER SHIRT FOR LESS MONEY RELIANCE SHIRT DEPOT Palmetto Street Obtainable at all Phone 4764 Lending Stores CLEAR m&wm OVEN GLASSWARE < n afappi Soup. Dinner and Brc.ikf.ud Plate*. Dishca Siu.c 11..H. Etc. Elc. jej" toull he pmud l nwn Ihcr. Sre our display Bl'Y N0V PLANTATIOIV§ LTD.



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Atowra ESTABLISHED 1895 TUESDAY. NOVEMBER 13. \9S1 Jt*rp PRICE m'r RED RULE BY MASS MURDER Greek Tells Horrors To U.N. Assembly U.K. Asks U.S. For Aid To Re-arm LONDON. Nov. 12. BRITAIN, which bad hupi-d toeairy out he* arms prothout United Stales help, has appealed to the BsfcnuiM i'I Prime Minister Wm-.top i 0Mctln| with President Truman ill h.-iH been expected to put United States' aid I : the agenda for his man to RlOl Bn (ing with liuman. ll probably will still be at the top. The Contjre Governinenl found that it had inherited such a adoufl financial crisis, however, that H could not wait until Januarv to send out its disn New V S aid for Britain will i Churchill's ..mi Truman's tct neral review ol how lo J l d the "cold war." hurchill wants to have a chat *iih Slahn. Th. re is speculation here that he may are Stalin after he confer* with Truman, Tru R dined than Chun hill lo lalk things over with the Russians Many Truman .i "at* IJIKI" of Ml Opposition at homehe cannot miel the Russians for fear of being branded "appeaser." They consider Churchill's portion mote flexible His Labour Opposition would Sf Sl eOQBO .• l.dk with Stalin although many responsible officials pin no greet hopes on the outcome of such a nee IP Royal Couple Sail For Home Kliubeth and of Edinburgh RaUad dn bome %  board the F.mpre** of ^ oil.nl on Monday aftei week tour of Canada and u visit to Washington. DC. The F.mrn*i stood off-ahore and ihe royal couple boaookd her fron Thicrulaer Ontario and the de%  *trw> escorted her 1 100 mils, out %  —II-P. Robertson Will Probably Head Mid-east Command PARIS, No* II Prend | ..„ Monday night British Gemral Sir Urmn Robertson "quite probob'v" will head the WmCt BOW Middle East defence command, although no Sir Brian || at present the British mHltar) chief in Egypt The aitiicnii nl .,(1 tinfour—POWflf cornpoMd. 4>l the United Itain, Fiance and Turkey Minced On Saturday, but Mi.iv Turkey lias not vet been i-iliy into the North Al: %  formed quarters said no decision on RobejUon was pots-Hfls nit Th ririUah •mbaaay hare IUH> no eommenT. — if.P. No \\ rst I mil.in I.VuiiiH-i-i Yrt LONDON. Nov. 12. ill action has ye", been taken by tha Colonial office with i tlu) H'fi.riiiution of the Wi %  Indian Itegimen' ThiI '.rnoon. this morning's News Chronicle, %  disbanded in '' %  %  funned In Jamaica. The story nddd that the Colonial Offlc e was 111 Ihe West hi i %  lUUn I'.i: ... par) "f .* general • making use ct colonial manpower Tile proposal, which wa.. menlioned On 'wo or thrv u time m the "'"I Parliament, is being given careful lion by tha Colonial Offlce. PfeW Provisions For Golonial Shares LONDON Tha Crown Agents for the Colnotiee lo Inveelors that after January 1 next t-om< 50 Colonial Government Inscribed slocks will l-e transferable only by instrument in writing. This will moan Do practical difference from existing arrangement*, since the Emergency 1'iuviaions in 193U suspended the pre-war procedure for transferring title. The (hang* has already been placed on a permanent basis for British Government and Dominion stocks. In the case of the the authority of the Colonial Stock Act. 1848, and amending legislation b v each of the Colonies cot learned hn.o been rwqojrad. Thi# has now h*an bCah -.1 Stocks affected include four hdana stocks, redeemable between 1959 and 1980. five Jamaican issue*, icdceuiahlc betwecn 1952 und 1973: three Trinidad stocks, redeemable between 1958 and 1971: the Grenada 3% 1959/1964 Issue: nnd the St. Lucia 3' r : 1965 1970 issue. -B.tr. Australia Wins first Test Bill SHANK. \tn li Australia won |he lirst Test herr agaLnst the West Indies by 3 wicket* at 1 52 iin ui the fourth day pUy Set i3b run. lo make lor vlclory, Auslralu made tin runs logins seven ttirkrlv II.ilc played a (uniting inmne* and %vaa eventually undefeated with 11 lu hb> credit Thr Second Test opriin al Sydney on November SO and continue* Ite .ember 1. 3, 4 and 5 The wore* were: W I 1st Inning* 216 Australia l*t Inning* • :>, W I :n.i Inning* : i Australia 2nd Inning* K Archer b. Gomes 4 Morris e Oomes. b. Rjmadhln 4B II .wit l.h.w. Kamadhln 35 M.H \ n h i;.Ii4iii 42 Miller h ValfuHne . 4 Hole not out 44 II h. Kamadhln t$ h. i: in. ,. i.iin u I < M.I L Joh Mill!: Ilol Mr.is Total (for 7 wtrkrts) u OODDARD ssskM bis brilliant and cnUcsl c.t h fi.-m Archti off V.l.uti.,. fifth ball In Australia'* first IHIUHKLft to nght ar Ottnes. Oeddnrd. Weak**. Wakott and Archfi Radloftholo. Pipe Suez Water Sabotaged CA1KO, Nov. U THE BKIT1SH AUTHOK1T1ES reported Monday thai a water pipe which supplies the town of Suaz was sabotaged Sunday night. A spokesman said such incidents were common even before the Current An^lo-EKyptian flareup British officials said about b0 P-'r •W1 "' ;,JWW Egyptians employed at British post exchanges had quit ilu.ii jobt.. In an attempt lo stem this How the recent issue of the Canal Zone New* appealed lo British families to provide toys for children of Egyptians remaining on the Job. Film shows also are being organized for Egyptians Churchill Wins First Test Vote IMMHiN N,.. I.' (luinhill's Conservativ. Qot nini-nt won the llrM te-l vnt.unday mtiht when th.c< mmoni proved a plan lo turn tha BnUah I 't,.'i hndiatti v rhi i. .!>.. 1.1iseapn arinsj dh in I royal >f tha p| 1 i • -'H: I. gut Hit iirn.itiunah/.i t* BIM past tb. bm hurdta •lling forth tin it %  I%  %  -> %  %  w.i I-.MH. led t be %  eassBbSa.t atiUuii IhlSN mi nlhg The vsShi marked only tinHis: I -^IKI ..f II, Fpiliameiit.il \ battle i/vei lhi<. HWf Hilltlenalionaluatu.il tra ,-N bt iiitin.iin'1'tl over the newt twr nuMllhs or mme and then |afj turn in imt i M'<* b i (W MvaraJ rmnths .liter that. ChWOklM*! new i •• %  vernment I : last voti I'uvMday on lilt Oanaei v it .\i i % %  np'.s.il ii adjourn Parllarneni from Deoanv %  til January 29 which view a.in i-M an III n-IK lon H iulj.nn nin.-m fm > > h..Inlays. . . %  .. . T iitiniialUatlnii |il.m Mmni.,, „n,i I 11" nil It t". llliniri 1.1-I .-.. %  ( i in amendnuiu dsBappi Wll plan wimh would nava maant tin* full of the (iiivernnn'i.t glnclliwia ii paaiadi Plva Ufai voted with the Conservatives I r. FORMER PREMIER ASKED TO FORMGOVT. LONDON, N"\ LS. Syrian fta al dant H.U hen ^pasti asked former Premier Ziiklel Khatlb. au independent, to lornl new (Juveinrncnt lo end the (Ji>\eroment eriais over the West.i| fur a Middle E.is' Dafance Command, ie|x>rts reaen-j %  ..iu Monday. If. ;...;! %  lid Z.iklll Kb..tlb V. •• asked after the "People-' Pary. hwdar, Rathdl El Kttdal and both 1 former SjH-nkeTS of the House of. UvfSL rl u tad —r.p. 1 U.N. Admit Violation Of Neutral Zone COMMUNISTS CLAIM TOKYO, Nov. 12. PEKING R VDIO quoting a Communist correspondent claimed MondaiV that the United Nations delegation at unjoin admitted aft violation of MM neutral zone on Sunday und promised to take disciplinary ... The London Daily wotlpsr corcaipondenl WinnmKton .i :hi %  MTU i it\ ;.!(•:.. Mine Sunday '.' indav grouv right %  %  nf Ihree llgt. %  fed nearby "i nans udWiiinulgtoii I piana dropped %  Men r* 11 toto %  Winmngton s.nd "Presumably %  %  mieementx. neutrality %  he Com. i .T U.N. plane tr,ded the PanmunklllinK one Korean I: .ntling hn> lit' Fi .. i-.irresnondent Arnold Dil-ble ;.t Mun.an said the ineldaM eecarrad th.t u.h :ite, ff polntad '"-' %  %  %  munjoin does DO* > %  S. pilots have oflklali %  %  %  hting has ban —IP CHINA Fcochow jrJ\ FORMOSA!. ^-Mll(S=^ M Seriea oi "Quukf-s Hit East l-oriiiosia TAIPEM i rn Mo a Two earthquake shock damaged the Cast Formosan port of Siunkang. Reports %  Id in.it tb till the clt) Of Hualien, bad); li.imaged last month by an earth quake and large scale relief wns needed badly in Salnkang. Easti .i lias suffered a series month.—f P. U.S. Negro To Handle Land Mann For im PARIS. Nov. 12 The American negn> religious and civic leader Dr. Channmg Tobias has been chosen lo handle the question of land reform al •ho UN. General Assembly to i mi. i Communist charges that negro farmers in America are held down at nhare-cruppei level Tobias, alternate US. delegate in tluAssembly, told the press eonfaronco that Britain. Thailand and Brazil have joined with the VS. In .i resolution asking the t.. .ippiove the first global rs'ograinnie for land reform in history. The prekworker< wl itrike earbai Mond Mediterianean port of Al* re t u rn ed to their jobs art. Egyptian Cnvernmeni lold then their walkout hurt rt • country more than Britain. Dockworker* said however they would boycott any ship with cargo bound for Bntuh | the BUM Canal Zone rth liv.-d strike begBJl -hen dockers refused to load the British freighter Exeter Gale with cotton bountl for Bombay and .nil peralata These (freekVhildren abdNrcted lour years igo from theli pan I the ivmeriand have ainoi up untjei H" I u i ilieii abductors. . .Soon ii may !>< %  (no late to save whal >till can be saved irmn these children — HP. Union Pacific Trains Collide Si-iM-niirii OfBcovt Still On Thr Job Red Truce IVam T-old Off By U.S. pwMUMjoM. Karaa, Hoadar. United Statei Major (ienvr.il Henry I llndea .-teeuscd Comite negotiator* lo Kiel: laces of trying to gVOid a lull amueUce settlemenl. The ehlel i N re p r es i nlaUt Ike armistice kub-e'nnmitlcc hi %  OliglllM Ufix a eoM--tire hue and buffer %  ll.-les t'.M the gj %  tw intend to esunutUve detnarcation line I.I( tone which ill ielu'Ve M'u nf :iiiv neeeaslty to settle the rent lining Items on the isjenda ith *\w i will provide Maure ;md freedom lo continue delaying the conference." —U.P. Eisenhower. Pace Discuss Arms For W. European Army PARIS, Nov lGeneral Dwiglit Eisenhower and UA Army Secretary rrank Pace conferred Monday on hnv Id *I*Pd arms lo the Western Bur..pean army. France warned she fncM eertnus ceonomic crisis and would no! be able to meet defence commit* menta without more American aid. "We are reconsidering our %  f h edule to make .sure are con get a s much as possible over bOSS in terms of arms, conslderlna our total re*iulrementa" Pace said later. llu said be also talkco wi!l (,.T..-: .i Aifwi Gi % %  Dtbat Use ihower' I < % %  • %  "I St^ff, Prem-h H Front ('ommander for North Atlantic Forces and General Louns Norstad U.S. Air F"r. | I 001' in Europe. He iitdieated tw (hanging the strategy of U<8< military planners as a result ot deeelopwenl of atocntc v.^apiMik. -IP. MurArthur Has \o Political Ambitions MDU NAPOLsl Noer. 12 Douglas Mat-Arthur tu tar k ml the l*mhlbition iicket. it was announced on M01 1 il. 1 party officleli that he bad no political ambitions "of %  M. 11 Arthur was approached by party officials last mohth end on Monday on the tve of the Party's nation.il noa .option convention. for the have no political ambitions of anv If Workers Stage Hunger March IV TEL AVIV TEL A VIV, Nov. 12 Several thousand workers marched ilona Alleaby Street on Monday in a Mapam partyspi 1.liwed deinousti aUOB demandBng rood for workers and pi im (Of The ilemonslration rollowed .1 aieatUtg called In Jaffu ebicB the im.-Sovlet Mapam pp eal ed t. ^lus Communists, agltalad KM mrea hours al a public %  neeling agalnsl (iovenimcnl even ibougb the Hist.idrin. ., w/orken federation, decided to condemn participation by its members Simultaneously. .1 uenion.tr..ti'iu in Jerusalem marched Parliament where %  ten-member delaeaUan ikcd to be received by the Presidium. Permission for the itlaa bed I sen n-qui-sled but it wai. not clear whether bed been abran Meanwhile Histadrut released the teal of a resolution iidupteil last week showing full understanding "of the difficulti> hioM by Government" asking food sup."> Dt.-ad In Stornin MILAN. Nov. 1? Another fee death-, were reported in the raging storms which 'iave been lashing Northein It iv ml Southern France In tinpast ix day-.—IIlilie to '1 uosslble an increase of rations. Farms were asked to increase pioduction wnile Government wa* requested to provide public anliirkt-i eommitte*-s v-it 1 luiilte-l executive BOWetl S. M| ihops were condemned fM illn., f—d iiiii.blsliiahl. on 11 1 list The resolution condemned the I'tlnn taken by M->pan< KYOTA, Japan, Nov Four himdifd 1 ummum 1 n.dcnls laged .U'lnoiislrallon around Hie car of Em peror Ilirohllo. Police clashed with Ihe students, who packed ;iroun,i ihe gteperor 1 ) Ber, It we f Ihe JapaiH Hist iwi-oiial contact with Comnut hostility, and the Arsl demonstration axainNt him la ttM many tours he has made .ince the war. TinCommunists chantr.l Com* minis! songs, and wivd placards. are oppose the revival ..1 t: Bmperer system" The dea-on' tiCM Hiurrod Bl .1 prepared for Mirohtio al Ihe KyoLi Unlversilv campus. 101 K h 1111 it WASMINUTON. Nov. 12. It has lieen learned that two isuenile-l" Chliu 1 N iliooaU I I ..11 offlcri .nd4u.1l tini-ie last KVAMSTUN. W.-*. ftuaSM \o M-rsWnin "n rt^TST' > Nov. J „f f.iUin* to account for SlMPO.Two Lfnlon ParlAr dlrenmlin-frs 000 In nfflelnl funds are still On hsSTtlm east Ihtough .1 l.limling the job bl Washington Th bliuard smashed up in a mainr" e-lflcer"refused to obey orders" illlsion live miles west of here und are tonlinuing to huy equipMi.ini.iv st la poilco 1 i .. eatl men! for Nations %  Wad They They are apparent u doing this ad I ItSiene lorehes to cut wh she blessing of Chiang KaU thniugh it.1 %  Shck's Goveinment which accuseii the two trams Ihe City of S ,' !l " '' Charges Russia Prompted Final Decision HOME. Nov 12 Italian Foreign Olllie sources lid on Monday Ihe final decision to hold .1 North AtUntii rsMU0| Home on Ni.vrnih.-i 24 eras prompted by Hussla s reje.tion of Ihe West's peace proposals al the 1 N session in 1'un-. They said Ute Suviei iVn-inii Milliner Andrei Vyshuuk-y's ful ie)L-ction of ihe western %  .11 .,..".cni plan convin.cd Aib I I b I (..III I %  ; 1* t .1 Id. I.llil 1 .1 STALIN-CHURCHILL MEETING POSSIBLE l-ONIX)N Nov 12 e/asstow CSuirehni said on Monday tii;it the possdblllty ol meetIng with Jnaef Stalm "should no! 11 .iliideci" if lislon. Two trains, each curryjj iraj about 200 psseanat KM. ling eastward with ihe city) 1 M A NV in the lead and he clly ot San Francis... toUoW11,' The City of 1* Angeles was. ..topped by a block signal and thi %  if s V 1 1 tea iiloughedj %  lo M reai and I —UJ. •aainal the men were re loeused onl'-iul^ .f then Qovernmenl ol nnon v P The -ADVOCATE" pays for NEWS. Dial 3113 Day or Night >'*^-/V>*'-VV'*V'. GilbeyS EMPIRE RED WINE ISRAELI GOVfcRNMKNl DENIES REPORTS \ viv. Israei, Nov 12 A Qoverttment -iiokesmsn or artalo irreeponSppeai mg abroad iver nm enl I %  eoneaSBUMI granted to a llntih %  ->mpany to exploil ( ...t i-.l. ..' t!.. i He said thai niy interruption ii. id. road linking the fash plant on Ihe Demi Ss negotiations with Russia—U.P. Ihe resl of Ihe country.— V.f. Arab Nations Undecidefi Over Mid-Eastern Pact which was handed to the Egyptian Dunn.' llu1 Oovernmant, und with th' four Jemmali returned to the PBleatBM Middle Fast j-mblem when he eoedonkned lb* %  plan which was sen! lateW ol power polilics end pressure |) lo Arab Govt-riuncnt. Leaden gSoupt In Uu U N 'ub delegations will meet He said "Once pom 1. aau dic PARIS. Nov 12. I ol Arab countries in %  im Mondaj ni^ht but failed reach II -.< a Hr atti'm If power Mid-eastern 't fenre paef Thej decided U. call a lurth.r :i*m to resume dlscusons on the irevail ben e of humecting nt a date yet tn he deter*ut>)rct *• men tights, the clear tnnciplcs uf mined h Mall deliberaa charter of peace and Juntlce are lions. Egvptian Foreign Mini ti Syria's Fans Bl Khourt who Piejeopardized." Sulsh F.I Din '.lid et a press eonsided over Monday's meeting said Jamnmli • ferenee following the meeting thut in an interview that the At gal lewlsh Sguiitnes are fully agreed they will gression and Stubbomei in entire agreement. uursu* a Joint poitey on all matters regard ol UN resolutions. .mg the 11 N said "The United Nati< Salah said "All Arab Govern" rejection of the failed so Tar to nO justice to Arab* nents are entire!v agreed end the four power proposals to ioln Ihe ir* Palestine "It is high time th. •MII be taken projected Mld-Easti-rn defence the U.N should rid Itself of power with the entire agreement of all. oact was tl;. only possible course politics end pressure groups a To-day's meeting was concerned left open to her and that all other should take a more with the four oower proposal on countries were agreed nn this of Arab rights and aentlfnentl —I P Maintains thesamehigft Standard ofQualityas shipped to the West Indies for the past fiftyyears VAHDIMKACSmttCW! \yrnt* ——A'.V/.WAV.'VAV



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r.i.i TWO BARBADOS ADVOCATE TUESDAY. NOVEMBER 13, IMl Ca*& tftztling \miriiun I -.11111111 M R. MELVILLE JOHNSTON. T.C.A Station Controller in Bermuda la .<* bado* (or one week assisting T.C.A.'* Resident Manager Mr Hal Baxter. Mr. Johnston Is a guesl at the Ocean Vtl He will be relurnini to Ber.nuda Oil Saturday. To Join Husband gHS. FRANK THOMAS ha* arPARTY DAYS ARE HERE AGAIN M ,: V1l tl, It V11 join hei hut>anl who 1 rnonttll holiday 111 Barbados He i .1 Civil SerX-ant in St. Vlncen.. and has been here for abou' Uaree ft efc I iej :>re ataylng, with the Branches in King Wil.... -. Meal MI Th-ma* is a Barbadian win(e hi* wife halls from St Short Talk. M R NORMAN Mac DON ALU Sales Repreacntativ. : W I A in Jamaica, arrived here on Frfcia_v. The .followlug da Capl. H. Whitehorn. Assista: Island Commissioner. < B\ Scoutsi Jamaica flew in via Tr.ntdad. They had a one n,,\ dl cusslon with Scout leaders here with regard to the forthcoming idea that ei Married In Scotland M ISS MARGARET Jr WARDS, elder daughtn of Dr. and Mrs. A. C. E.' it Ruckley. was married on Thursday. November 8'h MM, Scotland, to Mr. Malcolm Sergeant, eldest son ol Mi and MiWyndham Sar&eant r MJIJIHI. Tonight's Concert -1 r. Hasting* I It<* KS. ihj pnli.r Band is M i-i t. which pi lea 4 adhilllng which the Almair Home. I • 101. for the Police Rand to play w.ikuiiilv given by CoL R T. Michelin. Commissioner ol P From Carib's Mai I bug AT LAST, A REAL LOOK AT LIBERTY (B> IE. H. NMCOLL) i:h Tor three long year* the Btl SHLLKPSKIN PKTK 1 I. 1 ty presented a rather ironic Smce then *•*< %  has been eaugi-i THE ARMY had never "had a sight ..s fa. ^ pretty M-Jw^d Ui •',. llke 26-year-old Pee IIHL Ellen Knauff was < !" !" <>. Repeatedly the immigration Grainger, who haUs from the 1 . spent a good deal ofhr people tried to have her deports .-ountrv of Texas. Hlime looking at It—I 1. lust-mlnutc leual achadi never seen a'ear before he Island, the place of detention .r ai^,, bilked these raovea. Tl native eyrie the those visitors whom ame v. hen America*! .the* day I<-i theBrat Hi none too anxious to welcome \ Howard Mrheard a'-out omsv: 1 anl a i;4 <* proved a recce heepakln ti-ouse-s her time looking at It—front tl that the deportntioi aru | ;i Island, the place of detention fo pc^cedlngs be abandoned. that he decided '.o thoae vultors whom America 1 „ d to-night Mrs Knauff went oin the army when his fath r none too anxious to welcome. ou t of the SatiM ol Liberty, 1 „„,. 1 burted Paw right on ...,. Mrs Knauff marrie d a O 1 wllh a ii Ihc oth( r S un.,f hP moiintutn and then f:'I \. .*...'." *} lgu <>*r tnppera. t have a claee-. % i„ U i flights In a hft—liis 1948 she crossed tlieA. made h.m ft was promptly placed, on ( Island, accused of having 1.5 s^ON LITIV iictLiled He read 200 en behalf of the Czech mission JUDGE CLARENCE I-FNNIN "v.w and ole Doc Germany. >'n me." Marine Hotel, Sunday, Ifov. nth. 1 won 1* %  hrn> one. tar be it from me to be eritlbit expensive. o any cal <-f BBytMBg OH > HII truly the .train In to day'* beautiful island—tins is my secfabean Scout Jamboree being all too -dender budget* is welcome, md M H tc BMIHADOS, and I held In Jamaica in March next The hom* prrm will *ave many pre sincerely hope it won't be my THE PART* B.B.C. Fro^raiiime TUESDAY. NOVKMntB 11 is a n. Pi >. a n, Beaerl Mest H 1110 pm Nt An aaU, Ohio, u fed up wit • la and drunkfi got to make them change MjJ ATTKR I I THERE 15 ., presiding epidci, point to his view the judRe. wl inen who cla-.< In Oetobei'lone 1 ,,<<[& %  ,,f bj notorlni offence sent 23 .,, Pn to jump, a-i *iias poplc U. Jail and impoced fine-, then after seve al nervp-n.eki-. !" *rw.. totaiiins 5.676 dollars. ,1,.to h •n II I clans psnulfs and glva a result that lust. Sunday for Trimeverrons will sdmirc If you follow also visit British the dlrnctRns carefully you will dad Alori I ngth It is not at all diffl.nlt There Is Lalhiri| thl ..HIme kit that contains Spin curler", ihe vi and these make the job both aBeJtl ilh the marvellous sei i* superb climate and rieniii> [iple hare 1 Cailb Colling. Aftei .ill %  ar. They left did and will also Guiana checking on Ol 1 .1 h ontingent f i. .. BW.I.A ;ire making It poiti'( ch.irge. OTS of us have been turning ineirly in the interest of journalMr HecO .il*-i keen !_, U p (Off woik with dark orUrn in general—as an n on water polo and during -'us short r ios under our eves. Listening lo nalist of sorts (me) to a praWna%  Uy HI Bjarbadoa he ipoke lo 'he the cricket broadcast from Aus'" hH*a DHUI^AHI *—%1— I— *k_ %  %  H i .a % %  !.. To get to the point, >-our bncf today's column about Water P 'lo A-;*o-iation's MilA. R. ..-ti-i watt irurlns Dai olumnist (> 1 eaeoea. wcan ith regard relax and catch up on sleep un%  OKMIliin-xt ond T.-.I bo.lns .rrlvlnic vl. T.C.A. and Maylnj H lhc dark clrdcj conUnu P" 11 lh "" ""' U Thc "aTiaturo at the end of thi. R. COLIN BA7SON. a Bar> ,,...,. wm anc „ ,„ th( ,„,., ln ,„ badlnn on the teaching my aurr.ame la apellecl wllh t staff of Ihe Ij.o Oil and TramR f Markaman "t"s". thin aUllonery will dipl porl Company's achool In Aruba • %  " ""' %  '"•" arv Iurnour ,„ at | „ m naylni arrived from Aruba ovec the -,. A |( C i lt£ SUTTON trf at the Ocean View and the fad week-end to upend a couple of M „,„,. ,. „„ ,. „, __-., that I apent 4 dav. la.t week in &£X*£L2 fo B B r"dt GU ,r a ,.'Av'ed Pn ^n Montreal w.ltin. ,or Fll.h, .00 House. fli Mr Bat son Ig I fOf and (.1.! Kai nian. i Ihe P i M .T"me, the %  week^end'T/v to Barbados loei not make^me a B.W.I.A and l.-..ve fn, RC on Montrenlar. 1 %  I name Of ,f reUaw Rolhe'.iv New RiunswiiK. ( BB%  Ftid:i> With B.W.I.A. ada and -|"'"'l '"> Mi. Button "had been in TrimIheTeofl in TofOBjtO where I n dad as a member of the B.C. Undying for my I..L.B. (l M nHfriF utK'cnc _h u ^ ltto ,onm which took i>art in the degrea %  < 'niversily of Toronto -IS^w?i^S^2lL!! Trinidad Rifle iKaaoc4a&oo*i anl have tiotklnf against Monwith BW.I.A. in Trinidad nu;i| >h „„, whW| ^^ ^ s, t ireal—l hke .1. .-special;. V" '•"' m hl b >, BWt ?„} OT liTdevy with the competition for last ww4* I mi lueky enough t Plareo after spandliig a holiday lht Anchor Cup. Teams from meet Charles Boyer as wwll %  in Baibado* Mr. Rogers is a Barbados. Trinidad, and British see him on the stage—also yot liiiib-Kiian Guiana took part in this shoot, won correct In rep.i ting my first Week-end Vilit '."' %  Anchor Cup was won by name and (he fart that I am PrivM R. O. P, BENNETT Official Trinidad with Barbados second iloged (.'I to precede same wit* staiter ft., tl... i....--.1..%  ""' Britlali Oulana third a -Mr*." Also. I did arri Turf Club fleu H.W.I.A. over the i* expected back he Barbados Trinidad by Mr Sl „ tl „, | rtak-end. lie iir „, Ml Ihi k r today. Worthing. •1.i> mi; with Mi Richardson i T.C.A. Saturday Voi BY THE WAY ... % /i>c.w.,w M p m The Nr>. 4 10 Ian I., in t n, r.ihr A L-ueh. 10 oa p m The -i..ii,fi i > '.i -'.-'.alkini: potll ', priests, in ^iil-fncnds. .v.i-lch. of San R.,,,lu„l. ,„ g values ne % %  hai c ra ... .. baton in other eltle* and „ubllc.v" company for that amount because when he got aboard one OUT Ol'" BIZ7. the woman drivor A BARBER SHOP STRIKE LI seized his cheroot ind Ing on in Now York. And o.uide the big shop in Rockefeller ivheel. cxpbining that it WOUl wafjlan -inker stru. K lareturned at tl i I notice saying: "The trhln Welwich said he suffered JTave of thc scizz is out of blzz. -,. • i in i Hmin. I.lkr Mv Job. and A I* Thrd'ii car pBo..a\>*Mi i m ia pm. im I o S.I v III t'ller l..mi II n Mr. 15.00 M To spread I cure talc. (Hi Sufficient to make Cain legal. :() rrigmeued bi a dead nut. (7) 1 Minus two. CO) %  Bones or Uia ——." (B> Out of the tbroas. (II anew from tn* native quarter. (II They bring news from Simla(at Home would make 20 Down • •.Ills (31 "' %  pO the booths; to the booth>'" .I All over (he vast metro* E JIIS men and women leaped ghily from (heir beds this morning with ihese ominous words on n all lii I At each booth courteous officials %  .v.titeit with friendly smiles. And us though c\ HOMBSHEU. STUNS EUROPE Uncanny. Says .Mayor A T 3 32 pm. last Tuesday the Beachcomber Poll forecast that the election figures as this edition went to press, would be as follows; Socialists 175; Conservatives 142. The outcome of this daring enterprise is a triumph tor the scientific methods of my poll. On page 3 will be found but I don't think so. a nw method of calculating the number of shopping days since last Christmas. 23 ways of using up old bits of halibut directions for making a model, in leathers, of London Bridge, and Ihe further adventures of Gormaino Blancmange nd the Terrible Troglodyte of Ihe Sierras liar bint wirv far har/m f I N a musical criticism I came across thc phrase: "The orchestra took themselves too seriously." This seems to amount ta an invitation to orchestras to behave like dance bands; to Jump about, make faces, and utter American cries. I remember an incident in the old Queen's Hall. whan, during the pbi.wim of .. somi re %  ymphony, uarraaged lie Larry mad* up III . Spot. Ml only one. (Si Swims wlin IU pet load. Ill l.l'.tie *yra UpeeU tbe eel when pou "in away <:•>) Vpttfa.iii•n-c. in trudiill PXir tuajmr. prod .•-. ifli B i.ix U< DCitrporaubrielly an ancient city.
Mase aunt Doaei alter live, (b) NiahtiiintHi Home oeople 31 Arruae %  .in. IM iti .... a te eai v iri.tafl H Irlel-. 11 E int If. HIII *o Ojrie SJ m: (a U'liaee: 'i* I'm JS. fi: 14, ardan Oe-e 1 Pillof. i Priud: KT>ea • tlcael !> Prrn. ft Idle ^ Laas l* voe IS Ttln £8mtl$M& BEFORE 4eV I Your MONTHLY Period? Do female funt onaj montnly ailmeuta make you feel so nervous, strangely reatleea, so tense und weak a few du\ )ut befure wour period? Then start taking Lydla E. Plnkhama Vegetabt* Oom|>iund U r-'It) || has aurh a aoot %  OBBlV rtliiB antlipaann^! on one of woman fanf orynt... working %  tbasympiatlietlc Mrvooa %  yatein. Pink ham* COt more then fwlitrVi It also relieve, ptw-patlod nervolt* Irritability, i % %  Rat ol nf thin pret tnt-dlrlne helps build up n itatanc* ni[rui.t "uch i;alreiui. Ttuly the leoaja> Mill II r ..(. "l laraas I 1-u.ii.i.'. I. HIII^ IH .' % %  LYDIA E. PINHHAM'S Vejeiabie Compound r f'pAfcmudi aSoVeaft dtiefinunationi-Mf/mC, > %  / %  '/?//•//#& j/btpttneei of ATKINSONS (yofomie6 M**yrhohiftiml Warmth O VFICIAL .. Alka Seltzer iii When ||| H i-e.idy Kupeti ir> 1 bundle fumly round his .. *nd pau ovef the rail. Ifteo. i*.pping the rape, he hng, upvdr ^ '. .1 mikn hii *Jy ibtoiy oaa %  '. Thu rnuii be *V'^^^^eVVVV*eV>V^eVV#V'-V>***VU-^^^ i liishtnif Stffl £ n-ni4>ritui Xiti GLOBE THEATRE Presents:TOMORROW SITE AT 8 O'CLOCK STKKL BAND AND M Mill n COMPETITIONS THE RHYTHM KINGS (The Champs.) vs THE DEFENDERS (Challmffnl PLUS Th. Film "13 RUE MADELINE" (Jamos CAGNEY) Pit ISc; HOUH. Ilfir: Balcony 48r; Box 60c. IS IT HUMAN OR INHUMAN' THE THING FROM ANOTHER WORLD EMPIRE TO-DAY Hi .v ISO and CONTINUING DAILT 20th C-FOX BIG TECHNICOLOR MUSICAL— ••JV THE mill III Starring: DANNY KAYE — C.T.NT. T1ERNEY MUSIC — DANCING — SINGING — COMEDY DANNY IS FUNNIER THAN EVER EXTRA *'ANTI CAT" — 1 Bell Short ROYAL Laat 2 Show* Today 4.30 A S.1S Republic Whole Serial "ZORRO'S BLACK WHIP" Starring Linda STERLING — George J. LEWIS TOMORROW m THt'RSDAV 4.30 A S.I5 Republic Double— Roy ROGERS — Dale EVANS in • UNDER NEVADA SKIES and %  RED PONY Starring Robert MITCHUM — Myrna LOY l ICHT I RAGRANCESTHAT Ml I I i ill HEEDS OF ALL can MloK. €MJ 0£ COtOCNI . *> aorau M.A* ("U DC COLOGNt MO Ml MM lOnON loriON wu cotocNt •AMIMACf •Jr 14 nowtn IAU W CtKOCNt %  # a*i.£T Moist t*u at cotocm %  lKo* mm tin **t u.' IT I. tinr, MorH. h.jr %  laM he tee:. h^"i haU boy, *n.l he :. ufely ignore eglM, Just Opened DRESS GOODS CREPES SPUNS SHEERS I.V III SH.\N ONLY AT EVANS & WHITFIELDS DIAL 4606 4294 iimatoas. :• OLD MUD STRUT, IOHDOH. INCUHD OLYMPIC TO-DAI' Laat 2 Show. 4.30 A 1.13 John GARPIELD in TOMORROW .THURSDAY 4.30 1.15 Universal Louble UNDER MY SKIN ABBOTT and COSTELLO and IN SOCIETY "THRILL OF A and ROMANCE " HUNCRY HILL Starring Starring Esther WILLIAMS — Van JOHNSON Margaret LOCKWOOD Dennis PRICE ftigkva,, Ont .'Porl,,, > 3)J. desirable To Own Good Cutlery BARBADOS Co-op COTTON FACTORY ] Ltd. HOW Laat 2 Showa TO-DAY 4.30 ".15 Columbia Double "WHEN THE REDSKINS RODE Starring Jon HALL — Mary CASTLE and REVENUE AGENT" Starring Douglas KENNEDY TOMORROW A TIURSOW 4 30 S.13 Columbia Double Eddy ARNOLD "HOEDOWN"' and FATHER IS A BACHELOR Starring William HOLDEN Coleen GRAY i M I i itrisi:. I\ THE ADVOCATE I


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Atowra
ESTABLISHED 1895
TUESDAY. NOVEMBER 13. \9S1
Jt*rp
PRICE m'r
RED RULE BY MASS MURDER
Greek Tells Horrors
To U.N. Assembly
U.K. Asks U.S. For
Aid To Re-arm
LONDON. Nov. 12.
BRITAIN, which bad hupi-d toeairy out he* arms pro-
thout United Stales help, has appealed to the
BsfcnuiM i'I Prime Minister Wm-.top
i 0Mctln| with President Truman
ill h.-iH been expected to put United States' aid
I : the agenda for his man to RlOl Bn (ing with
liuman. ll probably will still be at the top. The Con-
tjre Governinenl found that it had inherited such a
adoufl financial crisis, however, that H could not wait
until Januarv to send out its disn
New V S aid for Britain will
i Churchill's ..mi
Truman's tct neral review ol how lo
Jl d the "cold war."
hurchill wants to have a chat
*iih Slahn.
Th. re is speculation here that he
may are Stalin after he confer*
with Truman, Tru r
dined than Chun hill lo lalk things
over with the Russians Many
Truman .i "at*
ijiki" of Ml Opposition at home-
he cannot miel the Russians for
fear of being branded "appeaser."
They consider Churchill's por-
tion mote flexible His Labour
Opposition would SfSleOQBO . l.dk
with Stalin although many re-
sponsible officials pin no greet
hopes on the outcome of such a
nee IP
Royal Couple
Sail For Home
.
Kliubeth and '
of Edinburgh RaUad dn bome
board the F.mpre** of ^ oil.nl
on Monday aftei
week tour of Canada and u visit
to Washington. DC. The F.mrn*i
stood off-ahore and ihe royal
couple boaookd her fron
Thi- crulaer Ontario and the de-
*trw> escorted her 1
100 mils, out
II-P.
Robertson Will
Probably Head
Mid-east Command
PARIS, No* II
Prend | .. Monday
night British Gemral Sir Urmn
Robertson "quite probob'v" will
head the WmCt BOW Middle East
defence command, although no
Sir Brian || at present the
British mHltar) chief in Egypt
The aitiicnii nl .,(1 tin- fourPOWflf
cornpoMd. 4>l the United
. Itain, Fiance and Turkey
Minced On Saturday, but
Mi.iv Turkey lias not vet been
i-iliy into the North Al-
: formed
quarters said no decision on
RobejUon was pots-Hfls nit
Th ririUah mbaaay hare Iuh>
no eommenT. if.P.
No \\ rst I mil.in
I.VuiiiH-i-i Yrt
LONDON. Nov. 12.
ill action has ye", been
taken by tha Colonial office with
i tlu) H'fi.riiiution of the
Wi Indian Itegimen' Thi-
I
'.rnoon.
this morning's News Chronicle,
'
disbanded in '''
funned In Jamaica. The story
nddd that the Colonial Offlce was
111 Ihe West hi i
lUUn I'.i: ... par) "f .* general
making use ct colonial
manpower
Tile proposal, which wa.. men-
lioned On 'wo or thrv
u time m the "'"I
Parliament, is being given careful
lion by tha Colonial
Offlce.
PfeW Provisions For
Golonial Shares
LONDON
Tha Crown Agents for the Col-
notiee lo Invee-
lors that after January 1 next
t-om< 50 Colonial Government
Inscribed slocks will l-e trans-
ferable only by instrument in
writing. This will moan Do prac-
tical difference from existing
arrangement*, since the Emer-
gency 1'iuviaions in 193U sus-
pended the pre-war procedure for
transferring title.
The (hang* has already been
placed on a permanent basis for
British Government and Domin-
ion stocks. In the case of the
the authority of the
Colonial Stock Act. 1848, and
amending legislation bv each of
, the Colonies cot learned hn.o been
rwqojrad. Thi# has now h*an
bCah -.1
Stocks affected include four
hdana stocks, redeemable
between 1959 and 1980. five
Jamaican issue*, icdceuiahlc be-
twecn 1952 und 1973: three
Trinidad stocks, redeemable be-
tween 1958 and 1971: the Grenada
3% 1959/1964 Issue: nnd the
St. Lucia 3'r: 1965 1970 issue.
-B.tr.
Australia Wins
first Test
Bill SHANK. \tn li
Australia won |he lirst
Test herr agaLnst the West
Indies by 3 wicket* at 1 52
i- in ui the fourth day
pUy
Set i3b run. lo make lor
vlclory, Auslralu made tin
runs logins seven ttirkrlv
II.ilc played a (uniting in-
mne* and %vaa eventually
undefeated with 11 lu hb>
credit Thr Second Test
opriin al Sydney on Novem-
ber SO and continue* Ite
.ember 1. 3, 4 and 5
The wore* were:
W I 1st Inning* 216
Australia l*t Inning* :>,
W I :n.i Inning* : i .
Australia 2nd Inning*
K Archer b. Gomes 4
Morris e Oomes. b.
Rjmadhln 4B
II .wit l.h.w. Kamadhln 35
M.H \ n h i;-......Ii4iii 42
Miller h ValfuHne . 4
Hole not out 44
II h. Kamadhln t$
h. i: in.,.i.iin u
I < M.I
L Joh
Mill!: Ilol
Mr.is
Total (for 7 wtrkrts)
u
OODDARD ssskM bis brilliant and cnUcsl c.t h fi.-m Archti off
V.l.uti.,. fifth ball In Australia'* first ihiuhk-
Lft to nght ar Ottnes. Oeddnrd. Weak**. Wakott and Archfi
Radloftholo.
Pipe
Suez Water
Sabotaged
CA1KO, Nov. U
THE BKIT1SH AUTHOK1T1ES reported Monday thai
a water pipe which supplies the town of Suaz was sabo-
taged Sunday night. A spokesman said such incidents were
common even before the Current An^lo-EKyptian flareup
British officials said about b0 P-'r W1 "' ;,JWW Egyptians
employed at British post exchanges had quit ilu.ii jobt..
In an attempt lo stem this How the recent issue of the
Canal Zone New* appealed lo British families to provide
toys for children of Egyptians remaining on the Job. Film
shows also are being organized for Egyptians
Churchill
Wins First
Test Vote
IMMHiN N,.. I.'
(luinhill's Conservativ. Qot
nini-nt won the llrM te-l vnt.-
unday mtiht when th.- c< mmoni
proved a plan lo turn tha BnUah
I 't,.'i hndiatti v
rhi i..!>..1.1is-
eapn arinsj dh in
I royal >f tha p|
1 i -'h:
I. gut Hit iirn.itiunah/.i
t* bIm past tb. bm hurdta
lling forth tin it
I- -> w.i i-.mh. led t
be eassBbSa.t atiUuii IhlSN mi nlhg
The vsShi marked only tin- His:
I -^ikI ..f II, Fpiliameiit.il \ battle
i/vei lhi<. HWf Hill-
tlenalionaluatu.il tra ,-n
bt iiitin.iin'1'tl over the newt twr
nuMllhs or mme and then |afj
turn in imt i M'<* b i (W MvaraJ
rmnths .liter that.
ChWOklM*! new i vernment
I : last voti I'uvMday on
lilt Oanaei v it .\i i np'.s.il ii
adjourn Parllarneni from Deoanv
til January 29 which
view a- .in i-M an
III n-IK lonH iulj.nn nin.-m fm
> > h..Inlays.
. .. .
t iitiniialUatlnii |il.m Mmni.,, n,i
I 11" nil It t". llliniri 1.1-I .-..( i
in amendnuiu dsBappi Wll
plan wimh would nava maant tin*
full of the (iiivernnn'i.t
glnclliwia ii paaiadi
Plva Ufa- i voted with
the Conservatives I r.
FORMER PREMIER
ASKED TO FORMGOVT.
LONDON, N"\ LS.
Syrian ftaaldant h.u hen ^pasti
asked former Premier Ziiklel
Khatlb. au independent, to lornl
new (Juveinrncnt lo end the
(Ji>\eroment eriais over the West-
.i| fur a Middle E.is'
Dafance Command, ie|x>rts reaen-j
..iu Monday.
If. ;...;! lid Z.iklll Kb..tlb V.
asked after the "People-' Pary.
hwdar, Rathdl El Kttdal and both1
former SjH-nkeTS of the House of.
UvfSL rlutad
r.p.1
U.N. Admit Violation
Of Neutral Zone
COMMUNISTS CLAIM
TOKYO, Nov. 12.
PEKING R VDIO quoting a Communist correspondent
claimed MondaiV that the United Nations delegation at
unjoin admitted aft violation of Mm neutral zone on
Sunday und promised to take disciplinary ...
The London Daily wotlpsr corcaipondenl WinnmKton
.i :hi mtui it\ ;.!(:.. Mine Sunday
'.' indav
grouv
right

nf Ihree llgt. .

fed nearby
"i nans ud-
Wiiinulgtoii
I piana
dropped
Men r* 11 toto

Winmngton s.nd "Presumably
"
mieementx.
neutrality
he Com-
. i -
.t U.N. plane tr,ded the Panmun-
klllinK one Korean I:
.ntling hn> lit'
F- i .- i-.irresnondent
Arnold Dil-ble ;.t Mun.an said the
, ineldaM eecarrad
th.t u.h
:- ite, ff polntad '"-'

munjoin does DO*
> S. pilots have
oflklali


hting has ban
IP
CHINA
Fcochow
jrJ\
FORMOSA!.
^-Mll(S=^

M
Seriea oi "Quukf-s
Hit East l-oriiiosia
taipem i rn
Mo
a
Two earthquake shock
damaged the Cast Formosan port
of Siunkang. Reports '
Id in.it tb '
till the clt) Of Hualien, bad);
li.imaged last month by an earth
quake and large scale relief wns
needed badly in Salnkang. East-
i .i lias suffered a series
month.f P.
U.S. Negro To
Handle Land
Mann For im
PARIS. Nov. 12
The American negn> religious
and civic leader Dr. Channmg
Tobias has been chosen lo handle
the question of land reform al
ho UN. General Assembly to
. i mi. i Communist charges that
negro farmers in America are held
down at nhare-cruppei level
Tobias, alternate US. delegate
in tlu- Assembly, told the press
eonfaronco that Britain. Thailand
and Brazil have joined with the
VS. In .i resolution asking the
t.. .ippiove the first
global rs'ograinnie for land reform
in history.
The pr by the U.S. at the last session of
DM K.ononiH m:d Botlal Coun-
cil and approved by the Council
wdh abstention* of 0)M IovM
bloc. Tobias said the joint rea-
ction does not seek merely to
me estates but includes
' M to improve t
farmer.U.P.
Ii>ekworker< wl
itrike earbai Mond
Mediterianean port of Al*
returned to their jobs art.
Egyptian Cnvernmeni lold then
their walkout hurt rt
country more than Britain.
Dockworker* said however
they would boycott any ship with
cargo bound for Bntuh |
the Bum Canal Zone rth
liv.-d strike begBJl -hen dockers
refused to load the British
freighter Exeter Gale with cot-
ton bountl for Bombay and i ipreod in j!i veaotU in the
harbour."
W.
Hirohito Meets
Red Hostility
|-\K!S N
CHINES! AND GREEK ipeakei I tii* 1rnited
.....ununlal ru
h k to an ae of barhanam
The C
John 1'uUtis aaid (
unmatchi d In the pasi
Chlnosa Commun wftt Keda in his country
"liquidated 1,176,00) i rded October
nraj 1060 and tha total for the year vndad last October first
i..i txeeedi i thai number. Polltia said Carai
abduction o( Greek children during tl e civil war in Greece
a/g i 11 ed In the darnel periods of primitive
ettei
i to be drifting heck to
un1 "f Red
"ruletrj *C '.s on the basis
ol their own [tin iUed counter-
revoiutlonariaa
ROD Tl KKOK
lie told how* ten hi forcoa tovadad homes
by in. all thoM who had -" one time Of another
aceepti d public ofBce froi i street to tha
Ction oj .i city, and all peopl" who OOCe had leen in
the army I r a pi r ate i t i VTn as a
transport worker, This rule by murder is entireh
iin-Chinese
I -*-t u.s all rcmem'x'i irimr is preparation for war.
Politli laid there is do need for me to recall nlmminable
crime which stirred Nankin and which iVu world calls
'I ins crime i- unmatched In thi..... pettodai of
primitive ^"K-.n-.
Everybody knowi the hideous ad of abducUon "i tens
ui UuHtaands i<( children with .i view t,. pervertinn then-
Mull and turning them Into matricide* heutnus (elon>
.nil peralata These (freekVhildren abdNrcted lour years
igo from theli pan I the ivmeriand have ainoi
up untjei H" I u i ilieii abductors. . .Soon
ii may !>< (no late to save whal >till can be saved irmn these
children HP.
Union Pacific
Trains Collide
Si-iM-niirii OfBcovt
Still On Thr Job
Red Truce IVam
T-old Off By U.S.
pwMUMjoM. Karaa, Hoadar.
United Statei Major (ienvr.il
Henry I llndea .-teeuscd Com-
ite negotiator* lo Kiel:
laces of trying to gVOid a lull
amueUce settlemenl. The ehlel
i N represi nlaUt..... Ike armis-
tice kub-e'nnmitlcc hi OliglllM U-
fix a eoM--tire hue and buffer
ll.-les t'.M the
gj tw intend to
esunutUve detnarcation line
i.i( tone which
ill ielu'Ve M'u nf :iiiv neeeaslty
to settle the rent lining Items on
the isjenda ith *\w You want to establish a spuriou*
line ;irwi 'one whJ> i will provide
Maure ;md freedom lo
continue delaying the confer-
ence."
U.P.
Eisenhower. Pace
Discuss Arms For
W. European Army
PARIS, Nov l-
General Dwiglit Eisenhower and
UA Army Secretary rrank Pace
conferred Monday on hnv Id
*I*Pd arms lo the Western Bur..-
pean army.
France warned she fncM eert-
nus ceonomic crisis and would no!
be able to meet defence commit*
menta without more American
aid.
"We are reconsidering our
fhedule to make .sure are con
get as much as possible over bOSS
in terms of arms, conslderlna our
total re*iulrementa" Pace said
later.
llu said be also talkco wi!l
(,.t..-: .i Aifwi Gi Dtbat Use i-
hower' I <' "I St^ff, Prem-h
H
Front ('ommander for North
Atlantic Forces and General Lou-
ns Norstad U.S. Air F"r. | I 001-
' in Europe.
He iitdieated tw
(hanging the strategy of U<8<
military planners as a result ot
deeelopwenl of atocntc v.^apiMik.
-IP.
MurArthur Has \o
Political Ambitions
MDU NAPOLsl Noer. 12
Douglas Mat-Arthur tu
tar k ml
the l*mhlbition iicket. it was
announced on M01 1 il. 1
party officleli that he bad no
political ambitions "of
M. 11 Arthur was approached by
party officials last
mohth end
on Monday on the tve of the
Party's nation.il noa .option con-
vention.
for the -
have no political ambitions of anv
If
Workers Stage
Hunger March
IV TEL AVIV
TEL A VIV, Nov. 12
Several thousand workers
marched ilona Alleaby Street on
Monday in a Mapam partyspi 1.-
liwed deinousti aUOB demandBng
rood for workers and pi im (Of
The ilemonslration
rollowed .1 aieatUtg called In Jaffu
ebicB the im.-Sovlet Mapam
ppealed t Il .1 liunger mardk Aboul soo
detoaeSSi from all parts of the
.oiinir>. ^lus Communists, agl-
talad KM mrea hours al a public
neeling agalnsl (iovenimcnl even
ibougb the Hist.idrin. ., w/orken
federation, decided to condemn
participation by its members
Simultaneously. .1 uenion.tr..-
ti'iu in Jerusalem marched
Parliament where ten-member
delaeaUan ikcd to be received by
the Presidium. Permission for the
itlaa bed I sen n-qui-sled
but it wai. not clear whether
bed been abran
Meanwhile Histadrut released
the teal of a resolution iidupteil
last week showing full under-
standing "of the difficulti> hioM
by Government" asking food sup-
."> Dt.-ad In Stornin
MILAN. Nov. 1?
Another fee death-, were re-
ported in the raging storms which
'iave been lashing Northein It iv
ml Southern France In tin- past
ix day-.II-
lilie to '1
uosslble an increase of rations.
Farms were asked to increase
pioduction wnile Government wa*
requested to provide public anli-
irkt-i eommitte*-s v-it1
luiilte-l executive BOWetl S. M|
ihops were condemned fM illn.,
fd iiiii.blsliiahl. on 11 1
list
The resolution condemned the
' I'tlnn taken by M->pan<
KYOTA, Japan, Nov
Four himdifd 1 ummum 1
n.dcnls laged .U'lnoii-
slrallon around Hie car of Em
peror Ilirohllo. Police clashed
with Ihe students, who packed
;iroun,i ihe gteperor1)
Ber, It wef Ihe JapaiH
Hist iwi-oiial contact with Com-
nut hostility, and the Arsl
demonstration axainNt him la ttM
many tours he has made
.ince the war.
Tin- Communists chantr.l Com*
minis! songs, and wivd placards.
are oppose the revival ..1 t:
Bmperer system" The dea-on-
' tiCM Hiurrod Bl .1
prepared for Mirohtio al Ihe
KyoLi Unlversilv campus.
101 k h 1111 it
WASMINUTON. Nov. 12.
It has lieen learned that two
isuenile-l" Chliu 1 N iliooaU I
I ..11 offlcri .nd4u.1l tini-ie last
KVAMSTUN. W-......-*. ftuaSM \o M-rsWnin "n rt^TST'
> Nov. J f f.iUin* to account for SlMPO.-
Two Lfnlon ParlAr dlrenmlin-frs 000 In nfflelnl funds are still On
hsSTtlm east Ihtough .1 l.limling the job bl Washington Th
bliuard smashed up in a mainr" e-lflcer- "refused to obey orders"
illlsion live miles west of here und are tonlinuing to huy equip-
Mi.ini.iv st la poilco 1 i .. eatl men! for Nations
Wad They They are apparent u doing this
ad I ItSiene lorehes to cut wh she blessing of Chiang KaU
thniugh it.1 ! Shck's Goveinment which accuseii
the two trams Ihe City of S ,'!l" '' Charges
Russia Prompted
Final Decision
HOME. Nov 12
Italian Foreign Olllie sources
lid on Monday Ihe final decision
to hold .1 North AtUntii rsMU0|
Home on Ni.vrnih.-i 24 eras
prompted by Hussla s reje.tion of
Ihe West's peace proposals al the
1 N session in 1'un-.
They said Ute Suviei iVn-inii
Milliner Andrei Vyshuuk-y's
ful ie)L-ction of ihe western
.11 .,..".cni plan convin.cd Ai-
b I I b I (..III I ; 1* t .1 Id. I.llil 1 .1
STALIN-CHURCHILL
MEETING POSSIBLE
l-ONIX)N Nov 12
e/asstow CSuirehni said on Mon-
day tii;it the possdblllty ol meet-
Ing with Jnaef Stalm "should no!
1- 1 .iliideci" if favourable, but there were al
present no plans for general
in.imciit plum shoulil 1st pushed
I. 1 .. f .i- p.. 1M1-
Allhough the full agenda for
the forthcoming talks was not
out niiih political quar-
Ihat the bulk
'
pran rearmament geogni
1 -.( ,11 Home 1.1*.
i.f I.
Angeles ii .
.1.111 -i
A Union r.i:.
Kl ilx-d tb>
lislon. Two trains, each curry- jj
iraj about 200 psseanat
km.ling eastward with ihe city)
1 m A nV in the lead and
he clly ot San Francis... toUoW-
11,'
The City of 1* Angeles was.
..topped by a block signal and thi
if s V 1 1 tea iiloughedj
lo M reai and I
UJ. '
aainal the men were re
loeused onl'-iul^ .f then
Qovernmenl ol
nnon v P
The -ADVOCATE"
pays for NEWS.
Dial 3113
Day or Night
>'*^-/V>*'-VV'*V'.
GilbeyS
EMPIRE RED WINE
ISRAELI GOVfcRNMKNl
DENIES REPORTS
\ viv. Israei, Nov 12
A Qoverttment -iiokesmsn or
- artalo irreepon-
Sppeai mg abroad
. ivernmenl
I
eoneaSBUMI granted to a llntih
->mpany to exploil (...t i-.l. ..' t!..
i
He said thai
niy inter-
ruption ii. id. road linking the
fash plant on Ihe Demi Ss
negotiations with RussiaU.P. Ihe resl of Ihe country. V.f.
Arab Nations Undecidefi
Over Mid-Eastern Pact
which was handed to the Egyptian Dunn.' llu-
1 Oovernmant, und with th' four Jemmali returned to the PBleatBM
Middle Fast j-mblem when he eoedonkned lb*
plan which was sen! late- W ol power polilics end pressure
- |) lo Arab Govt-riuncnt. Leaden gSoupt In Uu U N
'ub delegations will meet He said "Once pom
1. aau
dic
PARIS. Nov 12.
I ol Arab countries in
im Mondaj ni^ht but failed
reach ii --.< a Hr atti'm
If power Mid-eastern 't
fenre paef
Thej decided U. call a lurth.r :i*m to resume dlscusons on the irevail ben e of hu-
mecting nt a date yet tn he deter- *ut>)rct * men tights, the clear tnnciplcs uf
mined h Mall delibera- a charter of peace and Juntlce are
lions. Egvptian Foreign Mini ti Syria's Fans Bl Khourt who Pie- jeopardized."
Sulsh F.I Din '.lid et a press eon- sided over Monday's meeting said Jamnmli
ferenee following the meeting thut in an interview that the At gal lewlsh Sg-
uiitnes are fully agreed they will gression and Stubbomei
in entire agreement. uursu* a Joint poitey on all matters regard ol UN resolutions.
- .mg the 11 N said "The United Nati< '
Salah said "All Arab Govern- rejection of the failed so Tar to nO justice to Arab*
nents are entire!v agreed end the four power proposals to ioln Ihe ir* Palestine "It is high time th.
mII be taken projected Mld-Easti-rn defence the U.N should rid Itself of power
with the entire agreement of all. oact was tl;. only possible course politics end pressure groups a
To-day's meeting was concerned left open to her and that all other should take a more
with the four oower proposal on countries were agreed nn this of Arab rights and aentlfnentl
I P
Maintains
thesamehigft
Standard
ofQualityas
shipped to the
West Indies
for the past
fiftyyears

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BARBADOS ADVOCATE
TUESDAY. NOVEMBER 13, IMl
Ca*& tftztling
\miriiun I -.11111111
MR. MELVILLE JOHNSTON.
T.C.A Station Controller
in Bermuda la .<*
bado* (or one week assisting
T.C.A.'* Resident Manager Mr
Hal Baxter. Mr. Johnston Is a
guesl at the Ocean Vtl
He will be relurnini to Ber.nuda
Oil Saturday.
To Join Husband
gHS. FRANK THOMAS ha* ar-
PARTY DAYS ARE
HERE AGAIN
M,:
V1l tl,
It V11
join hei hut>anl who 1
rnonttll holiday 111 Barbados He i
.1 Civil SerX-ant in St. Vlncen..
and has been here for abou'
Uaree ft efc I iej :>re ataylng,
with the Branches in King Wil-
.... -. Meal
Mi Th-ma* is a Barbadian
win(e hi* wife halls from St
Short Talk.
MR NORMAN Mac DON ALU
Sales Repreacntativ.
: W I A in Jamaica, arrived here
on Frfcia_v. The .followlug da
Capl. H. Whitehorn. Assista- :
Island Commissioner. < B\
Scoutsi Jamaica flew in via Tr.-
ntdad. They had a one n,,\ dl
cusslon with Scout leaders here
with regard to the forthcoming idea that ei
Married In Scotland
MISS MARGARET Jr
WARDS, elder daughtn of
Dr. and Mrs. A. C. E.'
it Ruckley. was mar-
ried on Thursday. November 8'h
MM, Scotland, to Mr.
Malcolm Sergeant, eldest son ol
Mi and Mi- Wyndham Sar&eant
r mjIjihI.
Tonight's Concert
-1 r. Hasting*
I It<* ks. ihj pnli.r Band is
m i-i t. which
, pi lea 4 ad-
hilllng which
. the Almair Home.
I 101. for the Police Rand
to play w.i- kuiiilv given by CoL
R T. Michelin. Commissioner ol
P
From Carib's Mai I bug
AT LAST, A REAL LOOK AT LIBERTY
(B> IE. H. NmCOLL)
i:h
Tor three long year* the Btl SHLLKPSKIN PKTK
1 I.1- ty presented a rather ironic Smce then **< has been eaugi-i THE ARMY had never "had a
sight ..s fa. ^ pretty M-Jw^d Ui ',. llke 26-year-old Pee
IIhl Ellen Knauff was <<>. Repeatedly the immigration Grainger, who haUs from the
1 . spent a good deal ofhr people tried to have her deports .-ountrv of Texas. H-
lime looking at ItI 1. lust-mlnutc leual ac- hadi never seen a'ear before he
Island, the place of detention .r ai^,, bilked these raovea. Tl native eyrie the
those visitors whom ame v. hen America*! .the* day I<-i the- Brat Hi
none too anxious to welcome \ Howard Mr- heard a'-out omsv:
1 anl a i;4 <* proved a recce heepakln ti-ouse-s
her time looking at Itfront tl that the deportntioi aru| ;i
Island, the place of detention fo pc^cedlngs be abandoned. that he decided '.o
thoae vultors whom America 1 d to-night Mrs Knauff went ,oin the army when his fath r
none too anxious to welcome. out of the SatiM ol Liberty, 1 ,. 1 burted Paw right on ...,.
Mrs Knauff married a O 1 wllh aii Ihc oth(.r Sun- .,f ,hP moiintutn and then
f:'I \. .*...'." *}lgu* <>*r tnppera. t have a claee-. % iUi flights In a hftliis
1948 she crossed tlieA. made h.m ft .
was promptly placed, on (
Island, accused of having 1.5 s^ON litIv iictLiled He read 200
en behalf of the Czech mission JUDGE CLARENCE I-Fnnin "v.w and ole Doc
Germany.
>'n
me."
Marine Hotel,
Sunday, Ifov. nth.
1.......
won 1* hrn> one. tar be it from me to be eritl-
bit expensive. o any cal <-f BBytMBg OH > hii truly
the .train In to day'* beautiful islandtins is my sec-
fabean Scout Jamboree being all too -dender budget* is welcome, md m H tc BMIHADOS, and I
held In Jamaica in March next The hom* prrm will *ave many pre sincerely hope it won't be my
THE PART*
B.B.C. Fro^raiiime
TUESDAY. NOVKMntB
11 is a n. Pi >.
a n, Beaerl Mest H
1110 pm Nt An
aaU, Ohio, u fed up wit
la and drunkfi
got to make them change MjJ ATTKR
I I THERE 15 ., presiding epidci,
point to his view the judRe. wl inen who cla-.<
In Oetobe- i'lone 1 ,,<<[&* ,,f bj
notorlni offence sent 23 .,,Pn to jump, a-i
*- iias poplc U. Jail and impoced fine-, then after seve al nervp-n.eki-.
*rw.. totaiiins 5.676 dollars. ,1,.- to h
n I- I I
clans psnulfs and glva a result that lust.
Sunday for Trim- everrons will sdmirc If you follow
also visit British the dlrnctRns carefully you will dad Alori
I ngth It is not at all diffl.nlt There Is Lalhiri|
thl ..hi- me kit that contains Spin curler", ihe vi
and these make the job both aBeJtl
ilh the marvellous sei
i* superb climate and
rieniii> [- iple hare 1
Cailb Colling. Aftei .ill
ar.
They left
did and will also
Guiana checking on
Ol 1 .1 h ontingent f
i. ..
BW.I.A ;ire making It poiti' that scouts from i/ie other col- T.m. dkucaary) you iii I
!'. . .1 naa rt tiusi realize that ih roUowini
.ade Dark Eyet correction is not made in any
it possible for Capt Whiter, irn derogatory (sp?) sense, but
to make On- Irip fret <>( ch.irge. OTS of us have been turning ineirly in the interest of journal-
Mr HecO .il*-i keen !_, Up (Off woik with dark or- Urn in generalas an n
on water polo and during -'us short rios under our eves. Listening lo nalist of sorts (me) to a praWna-
Uy hi Bjarbadoa he ipoke lo 'he the cricket broadcast from Aus- '" "
hH*a DhuI^ahI *%1 I *k_ Hi .a !..---------------------
To get to the point, >-our bncf
today's column about
Water P 'lo A-;*o-iation's
Mil- A. R.
..-ti-i watt
irurlns Dai
olumnist (>
1 eaeoea. w- can
ith regard relax and catch up on sleep un-
OKMIlii- n-xt ond T.-.I bo.lns .rrlvlnic vl. T.C.A. and Maylnj
H lhc dark clrdcj conUnu<- al the Ocean View Hour ha
Barbadian From Aruba another ucum adll nan lo ba "';'' two corriei fact, therein.
Mi 351 U7a nar m"d "> P"11 lh "" ""' U Thc "aTiaturo at the end of thi.
R. COLIN BA7SON. a Bar- > ,,...,. wm anc , th(. ,,., ln,
badlnn on the teaching my aurr.ame la apellecl wllh t
staff of Ihe Ij.o Oil and Tram- R f Markaman "t"s". thin aUllonery will dipl
porl Company's achool In Aruba " ""''"" arv Iurnour, ,at | m naylni
arrived from Aruba ovec the -,. A|(Cilt SUTTON trf at the Ocean View and the fad
week-end to upend a couple of M ,,. ,...... ,. , __-., that I apent 4 dav. la.t week in
&X*L2 fo BBr"dtGU,ra,.'Av'edPn^n Montreal w.ltin. ,or Fll.h, .00
House.
fli
Mr Bat son Ig I
fOf and (.1.! Kai
nian.
i Ihe -
p.....i M
.T"me, the week^end'T/v to Barbados loei not make^me a
, B.W.I.A and l.-..ve fn, RC on Montrenlar. 1 I name Of
,f- reUaw Rolhe'.iv New RiunswiiK. ( BB-

Ftid:i>
With B.W.I.A.
ada and -|"'"'l '"> !
Mi. Button "had been in Trim- IheTeofl in TofOBjtO where I n
dad as a member of the B.C. Undying for my I..L.B. (l
M. nHfriF utK'cnc _h u ^ltto ,onm which took i>art in the degrea < 'niversily of Toronto
-IS^w?i^S^2lL!! Trinidad Rifle iKaaoc4a&oo*i an- l have tiotklnf against Mon-
with BW.I.A. in Trinidad nu;i| >h, whW| ^^ ^ s,t. ireall hke .1. .-special;.
V" '"' m*hl b>,BWt?}OT liTdevy with the competition for last ww4* I mi lueky enough t
Plareo after spandliig a holiday lht Anchor Cup. Teams from meet Charles Boyer as wwll
in Baibado* Mr. Rogers is a Barbados. Trinidad, and British see him on the stagealso yot
liiiib-Kiian Guiana took part in this shoot, won correct In rep.i ting my first
Week-end Vilit '."' Anchor Cup was won by name and (he fart that I am Priv-
MR. O. P, BENNETT Official Trinidad with Barbados second iloged (.'I to precede same wit*
staiter ft., tl... i....--.1..- ""' Britlali Oulana third a -Mr*." Also. I did arri
Turf Club fleu
H.W.I.A. over the
i* expected back he
Barbados
Trinidad by Mr_ Sltl, |
rtak-end. lie iir, Ml. Ihi.k
r today. Worthing.
1.i> mi; with Mi
Richardson i
T.C.A. Saturday
Voi
BY THE WAY ... % /i>c.w.,w
M p m The Nr>. 4 10
Ian I., in tn, r.ihr p m Srmpfim, ^ ' i n .
ih. WM. Ill pn LUfoiu
i *5 p in lUn.lr...... '.. !
line.nB end Pleyme lr mti. t p
Wel.h MtuMiine. 4S p m Pioaremi
Perertr p n< Tfadey*. Sporl. 7
p in The N*-. T in p m Mewl An*
M. 1 11 p I r.k. I Ki|-l im foil
Dsiy'. iiiey m r.r.i T-i -t I aval
i with Ciiaiiiiimaielin ArtW I
Oerirtelly Sp.-l.iiiK
less pea. *!. m w
Ml Mil.I \TIO\
Think "
B..11.. NmneL s ss p m
Hepnrl rrom nrttein. *.. p m Rnial
1
Fllral-rO' aiul The Puke ol KitinbuiaU),
m m Meet The Coearnonweallh. "M
B.>, A L-ueh. 10 oa p m The
-i..ii,fi i > '.i -'.-'.alkini: potll ',
priests, in ^iil-fncnds.
.v.i-lch. of San R.,,,lul. , g
values ne ' hai c.....ra ... .. baton in other eltle* and
ubllc.v"
company for that amount because
when he got aboard one OUT Ol'" BIZ7.
the woman drivor a barber shop strike Li
seized his cheroot ind Ing on in Now York. And o.u-
ide the big shop in Rockefeller
ivheel. cxpbining that it WOUl wafjlan -inker stru. k
la- returned at tl i I notice saying: "The trhln
Welwich said he suffered JTave of thc scizz is out of blzz.
-,.
i in i
Hmin.
I.lkr Mv Job.
and A I*
Th- rd'ii
car pBo..a\>*Mi
i m ia pm.
im I o S.I v iii t'ller l..mi
II n Mr. 15.00 M
. To spread I cure talc. (Hi
. Sufficient to make Cain legal. :()
. rrigmeued bi a dead nut. (7)
1 Minus two. CO)
Bones or Uia ." (B>
. Out of the tbroas. (II
. anew from tn* native quarter. (II
. They bring news from Simla- (at
. Home would make 20 Down
.Ills
(31
"'pO the booths; to the booth>'"
.I All over (he vast metro*
EjIis men and women leaped
ghily from (heir beds this morn-
ing with ihese ominous words on
n all lii I
At each booth courteous officials
.v.titeit with friendly smiles. And
us though c aton, ihe old city by II-<
scmrd to shed its dingy garb and
to don the more lining apparel .f
g festive occasion. The sun flashed
out. as though lo dart a message
of hope, and to bestow a benison
on this palpitating democracy
it-tiptoe with expectation The
bark of a dog or thc cry of | child
lent reality tn the itrcum-like con-
centration of the hurrying millions
millions with but one ihoughl
In their heads if that. Inexorable
as doom, the voting papers awaited
the impress of friendly pens Lon-
lnT.. Mother London, was on her
way to fulfil her multif.'M des-
tiny,
H ail/or Ihfjmal jurvvutt
THOSE who have hern sneer-
ing at thc Beachcomber Poll
are likely to receive a shock on
Fridav morning, when the final
forecast of the election figures as
tnev will stand at the moment will
be published. This feat will
be achieved by strictly a j-rlori
methods. I-ater on. ihe Beach-
comber Pol! will tell you thc total
number of voles registered, the
proportion of male to fcmaU* votes
.i.iiI thc overall percentage reduced
the simplest and most tedious
terms What more can one ex-
pect?
Thf Chv/ulotv 'g$
DEAR Sir.
"Pusiied" is lalfcinu non-
sense. A square egg con hr laid
sideu'ays ;*( as easily at on or-
liiian, one. Jusr herause all the
sides are equal, finf docs nut neafl
thai there are no sida, /In i-
i injii a cardboard model
i. |U laafca t'ns clear. And whi
shoifld seteiuists (Kink i( odd (hat
'lie corner* u'etr smooth" Isn'i
awii cap iMiootli at (he comers? But
con a square eop howc any corners"
Yrs. fmly,
H E MOTTLE
Jivie Wiifihvrhocltpr
h romiiif!
MORGAN the Laundrv. Rvui
the Hearse's manager, hopoa
10 arrange a match for the Aber-
bananer Wi/ard against the
American champion JIvIO W tthai -
wcker. of Xenophon. 1'tah A
wee abandoned in IMP.
owing to a public uproar crealid
by Ihe Women's Anti-Nasal Pea-
Pushing League, led by Mrs. Al-
manza H. Strowberger inn, She
succeeded in persuading 61 women
to lit down on the pea-track on
Llangyrkyn mountain, os a protest.
Ilvia W;^herbocker is due here to
appear in eaburet next month.
Staggering /*// Drama
'HKI)lCri(>\ HOMBSHEU.
STUNS EUROPE
Uncanny. Says .Mayor
AT 3 32 pm. last Tuesday the
Beachcomber Poll forecast
that the election figures as this
edition went to press, would be
as follows; Socialists 175; Conser-
vatives 142.
The outcome of this daring en-
terprise is a triumph tor the scien-
tific methods of my poll.
On page 3 will be found but I
don't think so. a nw method of
calculating the number of shop-
ping days since last Christmas. 23
ways of using up old bits of halibut
directions for making a model, in
leathers, of London Bridge, and
Ihe further adventures of Gor-
maino Blancmange nd the Terri-
ble Troglodyte of Ihe Sierras
liar bint wirv far har/m f
IN a musical criticism I came
across thc phrase: "The or-
chestra took themselves too seri-
ously." This seems to amount ta
an invitation to orchestras to be-
have like dance bands; to Jump
about, make faces, and utter
American cries. I remember an
incident in the old Queen's Hall.
whan, during the pbi.wim of.. som-
i re ymphony, across his neighbour and laughing-
ly twanged his (J-striiu; Keep
to vour own violin," shouted the
conductor And at that vei\ mo-
ment an instrumentalist of sorts
poked his hand through the harp-
I chucked thc pretty
harpist under Ihe chin "One
needs barben wire for a harp with
till ' feUowi about," i
the lady at thc harp.
SlM Reparl on rgfi-vratf*
IT has been suggested that the
Colonial Office report on Brit-
ish C-uiana shows the Influence of
Sir Ernest Gowers' criticisms of
;:'., .,.i (argon, "More colourful
English" is anticipated. I hope
soon to see this sort of mixture
An ruu-cralf urilhin Ihe mean-
tap of u-hai. for irarn of a betler
u-ord. we muir agree lo call Ike
Act. is deemed lo be. for Ihe rofh.-r
tiresome purposr of rvpfatfUlelia,
a crate lor !he reception of epos.
And. om (houph (hai in-,
enough, any crate u-hich. Uirouaft
o lauff of its own, fails fo fulfil
tiNuf o*te so fafiiouslv calls lAe
standard measiirrrnerifs. Is nof fur
ii crate, ardtallp. The sfundord
itieasuremenls. to u-hieh a lauphinu
allusion is made above, will he
found, bp Ihose who har.
to it'oste in uch an HH-
prufliable jnirsuif of worthless
knowledoe. in Ihe dreary Kcp-ni
on epp-crafci recently Issued, (n
(he damnation and fmsiraMon nf
all eoo-fancien.
Knocs-out In bis tualc. I* I
To ie Utland seemmaly. (l
Alternant* heart lo P.T. 14)
taswaUa in aitertiiouauc. eouid c
Baaai
It orrlted before me artist. ()
Onu wet lo tic* rlud. ()
L>uarraaged lie Larry mad* up
III . Spot. Ml only one. (Si
Swims wlin IU pet load. Ill
l.l'.tie *yra UpeeU tbe eel when
pou "in away <:>)
Vpttfa.iii- n-c. in trudi- ill
PXir tuajmr. prod .-. ifli
B i.ix U< DCitrporau-
brielly an ancient city.
Mase aunt Doaei alter live, (b)
Niahtiiint- Hi
Home oeople 31 Arruae .in. IM
iti .... ateeai
v ir- i.tafl H Irlel-. 11
Eint If. Hiii *o Ojrie SJ
m: (a U'liaee: 'i* I'm JS. fi: 14,
ardan Oe-e 1 Pillof. i Priud: '
KT>ea tlcael !> Prrn. ft Idle *
^ Laas l* voe IS Ttln
8mtl$M& BEFORE
4eV I
Your MONTHLY Period?
Do female funt onaj montnly
ailmeuta make you feel so ner-
vous, strangely reatleea, so tense
und weak a few du\ )ut befure
wour period? Then start taking
Lydla E. Plnkhama Vegetabt*
Oom|>iund U r-'It)
|| has aurh a aoot
OBBlV rtliiB antlipaann^!
on one of woman
fanf orynt... working
tbasympiatlietlc Mrvooa yatein.
Pink ham* COt
more then fwlitrVi
It also relieve, ptw-patlod ner-
volt* Irritability, i

Rat ol
nf thin pret tnt-dlrlne helps
build up n itatanc* ni[rui.t "uch
i;alreiui. Ttuly the leo-
aja> Mill II.......... r..(.
"l laraas I 1-u.ii.i.'. I.hiii-
^ IH .'
LYDIA E. PINHHAM'S Vejeiabie Compound
r
f'pAfcmudi aSoVe- aft
dtiefinunationi-Mf/mC,
>/'/?////#& j/btpttneei of

ATKINSONS
(yofomie6
M**yrhohiftiml Warmth
OVFICIAL .. make ., little fuel .
vay Includes a auggestion th it
householders should mel-.i
t riquettcs out uf DOB] dual Bill
far more bnportant, sjiys Joily
ill kins, with light lauai.
I* the pajoholo Ii .ii approac i
Create a suggestion of \v:irmlh \
i sing stones painted u glowing
led. "After staring ut this fevi i
or fuel for Just under eight mi i-
utes you begin to purr wi'h ntJ -
faction, says Dr. Steppe of
Board of Psychological Fuel.
Rupert and the Lion Rock57
The) pieasanf v/..y
to quick relic' g
ACID INDIO ..T'OI,
Alh*-Sltfet'.pi<
and iparkline off. t\ eece.i.
aute gentle
Drop one or two tahleit mi
a glaea of water, watch it (u
then dunk ii Keep a
supply handy always) tej>
Alka Seltzer
iii
When ||| H i-e.idy Kupeti ir>
1 bundle fumly round his
.. *nd pau ovef the rail. Ifteo.
i*.pping the rape, he hng, upvdr
^ '. .1 mikn hii *Jy ibtoiy
oaa '. Thu rnuii be
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i' liishtnif Stffl n-ni4>ritui Xiti
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vs
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PLUS
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(Jamos CAGNEY)
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FROM ANOTHER WORLD
EMPIRE
TO-DAY Hi .v ISO and CONTINUING DAILT
20th C-FOX BIG TECHNICOLOR MUSICAL
JV THE mill III "
Starring:
DANNY KAYE C.T.NT. T1ERNEY
MUSIC DANCING SINGING COMEDY
DANNY IS FUNNIER THAN EVER
EXTRA
*'ANTI CAT" 1 Bell Short
ROYAL
Laat 2 Show* Today 4.30 a S.1S
Republic Whole Serial - -
"ZORRO'S BLACK
WHIP"
Starring
Linda STERLING George
J. LEWIS
TOMORROW m THt'RSDAV
4.30 A S.I5
Republic Double
Roy ROGERS Dale EVANS
in
UNDER NEVADA
SKIES "
and
' RED PONY "
Starring
Robert MITCHUM Myrna LOY
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" UNDER MY SKIN ABBOTT and COSTELLO
and IN SOCIETY "
"THRILL OF A and
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Starring Starring
Esther WILLIAMS Van JOHNSON Margaret LOCKWOOD Dennis PRICE

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Laat 2 Showa TO-DAY 4.30 ".15
Columbia Double - -
"WHEN THE REDSKINS
RODE "
Starring
Jon HALL Mary CASTLE
and
" REVENUE AGENT"
Starring
Douglas KENNEDY
TOMORROW A TIURSOW
4 30 S.13
Columbia Double - -
Eddy ARNOLD
"HOEDOWN"'
and
" FATHER IS A
BACHELOR "
Starring
William HOLDEN
Coleen GRAY
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ADVOCATE
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BAKBAIMJS ADVOCATE
1 Hill I
Human Brain Fighting The/
Will VidWilh ..Sleeping
Income Tax Sickness"-
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human brmm arhich can m ik u,.
even play
chess will -.,-,1, be n-leased.
The brain prndurfd for the U.S.
y imj *s a cross be-
i
and a plnball machine It In
bout the sue Ol
Engineer HkIuiJ Spiagui-. qm o(
the designer*. (hwnlx'J Hii- ma-

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larger brains are usually big
vnough to fill one room inj -nme
Of them --ost mill.ni* R
thai a oewlj
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tin e d'.r.t
Meteorites May
Hit The Earth
ALBUQUKSQUi; Nov. 10.
Saturday
night th.ii atroi
rlOW grwn fireballs seen
b ritfc l during the
last IWO i i meteorites
and some of them may hit the
e_rth.
Far roe is and Kim-hers in one
i dhij where reci-
PB frightened and awed
by the fireballs, said they felt
.. ten-iiA Jolt shortb aftai thsg
had seen one nf tin- object*
....,,
New Mi-.,, o reported ana "t
the objects was spotted Thursday
morning. It may have fallen in
the deecrl section "f the slate of
Chihuahua, Mi alee .ncording to
till La Par. Director of
the Institute of '.:
:. A> .
: '
through iriveetigaton*
unidentified Government
lot iirea
n round ("loverdale to check re-
.
La Par said tlndlngs Indicated
thai than was) I "tremendous
tumult'' such as might have been
'v meteorites crashing
into the earth I' I*
JOHN CANOE"
KINGSTON. Nov. 8.
r.noe." the old Weal
Indian pantomime which brought
the spirit of Carnival to J:uiwican
hi olden days is
being revived thin yaax
John Canoe bands have
. Gleeiest*! John Canoe
Chrfatm is Cornpatlttoa and keen
i It ali i .hi- ,tini in actmK "
anticipated PmeesaioaVi NSn laki
! I sntions of the
Wand.
IMPRISONMENT
HOME, Nov. 10.
The Roma Coun of A
sentenced to 6 years' Inujrison-
roant, on Friday, the Italian
anarchist. Oatjamppe Ds> Luieee,
t!5. who. last year had failed in
Dint on the life of the
Spanish ajnbaaaadoi In Hi.nn-.
De Luicse was arroatod on tha
night of January 21 near the
i v ..n louml in the poeeeaaton of two
i quantity gf
explosives, which he
a sui ca*e.LM*.
PIT
:
. in tne
ileadly "stepping
sickness" the virus disease Uut
haa been menacing U.N. troops in
Korea.
Robert W. Vensel was stricken
several days ago while working
with vlruaaa some ol wit
shiupci frotn Koran. Ho Is seek-
ing a cum' for 'he disease .it the
lit health lor Itw aiaaH |

.... token
ild hi
and paralysed on one
ude,
They jki ins
serious although he raUk
ly PnianraHji officials said the
': n i dlcnl ini'n were
called Into lha easts aftai sur-
1 | r*0M ill Yi |
and pumpad aii into hat lung* in
kean hbi
Van si .*..
parent ly infected accident.dl> b)
viruses which attack the
spinal cord producing ;i form of
liljj or sleeping
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Mr. Ruder'* ftwt ^aWSMnga] an^Hhrr thuvf*oui> hit..,"
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lil.rWu>ll Wiilinl MML
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NEW AFRICAN
AIRPORT OPENED
By ii \i mi ii i m i>
ENTEBBE. Uganda. Monday.
A new link in lha British
Commonwealth strategic air chain
was compU-L'.i ban
whan Acting* Qovarnor H. s. Potter
\l
airport, big enough to operate lot
air liners and jet bombers. Tbej
British protectorate of Uganda lies
aatrtda the Equator on the north-
west shore of Lake Victoria. To tlie
noith it is bordered by the Anglo-
Egyptian Sudan over which Eny,>t
and Britain are in dispute.
Entebbe the s*at of the Uganda
Government, row boasts an air-
port with a 10300 feet runway-
InnaajM in the African
continent
Potte. told representatives of
the world's loadlnc airlines and
Government officials attending the
ceremony thai extensions would
make aVttebbe the Oral alfporl .
the ..orid to be speciflcaliy re-
designed for operation of lit
Hundreds of planes swarmed
the airport as he declared the air-
port open. Sir Alan Cobham
pioneer aviator and (Irst to make
a flight around Africa 20 years ago
; Potter told the Assembly that
the airport's construction had been
carried out ufter consultation with
Sir Frank Whittle inventor of the
jet aircraft engine and that the
British "comef Jet airliner service
would use Entebbe as its E'i-.t
Africa stopping post.
I'.P.
l.oii*slmi--iiicn
Threaten To Tie Up
Vh ^ ork I*ort
.'. roiuc, n 'v- io.
The leaders of the insurgent
longshorci: ii in ue
as smsned port all
over again, unless the terms of
are", which sent them
back to work ycsterdny, were

| .
tied up ai ooo.noo.-
uoo BfortB ad Impocta,
ended on Flidaj wilh .. back to

State mediation service.
But Strike leader. Jo!
on, ili.itged that 1? nv
IT the Brooklyn pier.
in "t the tn* i
men!, when they rei-K-ted D'k
lor work
.'. .
work, today, aftei .in .is-- i i m
fix.ni JoesMi P. Ryan, the Presi-
dent of the International Long-
shoremen's Assoi
would be no discrimination
against strikers. V.f.
J'ea I in i >i, 11- First
Shipment Of
Copra Since 1946
iFtihii (liii ii
KINOSfON N
A shipment ol i 000 ions of
copra has arrived m Jams
the Philippines eoi
Jamaica Coconut Indus! i
This is the Hi*: shipment ol
oora to ih
since 1W5 when .. few shipments
rnatdad.
Such nnportatiui:
order that cocoa mil product fai-
lories can keep in pmductiei
during the shortage of lei
caused by hurricane daman*
-lnpmenl* ^re to follow
until such lime- probably two |p
three yearsas youin:
trees no the norUnodf ol the
lantod after lha 1944 bux-
rieane, come to bearing to ufTi-
Olenl extent to ofTMt thi
side losses in the August huni-
CSUM and 'bus restore local eopn
production to nde-iud'c k
MRS AFTSH 4CODSNT
Sixty-year old Ida Qenetha of
died at the Qeneral Hos-
pitnl on Saturday evening. .1 few
WBJ admitted.
Qenetha was involved in an
Idea In the Probyn Street Bus
Stand at about 2.40 p.m. the same
dav. t
U.N. Reject Plan To
Admit lied China
I'Arti^., Nov. .u.
Russia luBaiooj i laUMca in
i . it-iicrai Aaaamiuj a.i-ui-
u.iy when its bieerniit Commit'
tec defeated by n votes to 2, uie
Soviet demand that Commun-
isi China be admitted t" member-
ship. Kussia sought to get on the
Assembly's programme its de-
111 iwi tlia. Clunese Hllatnallsla
be thrown out of the U.N. and
thai Beds be pni tn their place.
but the QeneraJ 01 Bteerlni
Committee, approveil by II to i
Thailand's reaouUon which
ruled out debate on Red China's
admission during the current A--
sembly meeting.
Only Kussia and il-
Poland. voted to put the question
m the programme. The Com-
mittee then "added to the A,'lsem-
bly agenda without
both ih*- Amerkan BrlUsh and
French disarmament proposal
as well as 1 Russia's peace pro-
posal includiag a Kori
world dlsarriMment opntorence,
U.P.
POCKET CARTOON
by OSBFRT LANCASTER
1'' ;5
an
"Haassalt, iton'l sou think
it would I'.- Milker chic lu
be (he only cuiittiiurncy in
England <> rrtuin a
Lihnul I "
Pope's Dietuui
liilimiiaii. ('aflttu-"
m Y3 i>f;/7f;i\ eu>nt
LONDON, Nov 9
A Church of England new*
paper on Friday termed 'Inhuman
callous, and cruel", the ft
nt bj the Pope that a
baby should not be narrillced to
says the life 01 ii. mother In ,1
.: chtidbfrth,
The newspaper, a weekly jour-
nal of opinion, 1 prlvatt
but reflects the views of the
Church. Never was the need more
urnent than now U>< tlH insistence
ui .ti tha -.tiiiii1
t for the sexu.il fun lion
The newspaper said in -i from
pug* editorial, that ihc pity oi it
iv thai the Pope has so rot over-
supped Ihc limits of i-ominonsense
that his statements air Irrelevant
He had brought discredit upon the
Christian faith Instead ol honuui
in .1 taii. tn it..11.in Qbetatrh lans at
Roma on Oetobej tt, the l'"pv said
that in childbirth to
mother's life is .1 verj noble aim
Lot the direct killing ":
as a means to that and la nut per-
mitted. 'iiili.-lrial Talks
For Puerto RittO
CHIilSTIANSTCD. Si
]ndu>tri developsneni a rth-
tna c^ribfaaan i be tho
theuse of a conference to be
held in Puerto Hico 111 Febru-
ary next year. Plans for the*
i.i:kj .ippn>ved by the Caribbean
Commission at its Thirteenth
Inc 1 u d i' del a I ted
and suggestions for th."
I 0| the necessary
backgnmnd docuroantation lo
dMssmta
In the proposed agcirlt, the
1 industrial Development
haa been broken down under the
following heads:
1 Thr ijiiauttmi ateuetus < '*'

1 I'mpfiK fw funnel
DsveasaaasaS,
...1 Hmiuim lor P.i.llns
ol 111 D
4 racul SlMiiim lur Hi* IMItnu.
"I linlii-li 1 tl DM*lof>ni^nl
.I...I..,-.
nan ! ">< n*trng oi
luduilrlal I>tvt1ii|>iii*i
Authors Ol ilmutTientatioi, p*.-
(era Include Professor Arlhui
l^e^eis. Si Luote-born Manlry
Jevnns l>rofeaanr of Beonomk
1 Ivendt] i>
AdOtto IV'ifnmn. Asuistont Dire.
tor, Dit lOfi >>( BciMuvii'i BtabU
itv and Devi'lopmOlil, BaQOBtornl
., 1 s 1 ial Council, United Na-
tions; and technical officers of the
. n entral Secretariat.
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COOLING &
REFRESHING
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Hurbour I o-
IN CARLISLE BAY
ntt:\ai officer to
Ult JCA ECONOMIC
IH MI.OFMEM NAA
KINGSTON. Nov. II.
Pattl r 1 Technical
1.1 in.- Inteina-
tional Hank for R.....
and Devel.ipmcnt. and John Oi-
lier, economist ol the stair Bonk
an here on a ten-day's stay at
1. rvernmenl
for exp!"- inns as to
whether the Bank can provide
,inv .r.-.'-iiii.. 111 respect of the
f< the ei ooornit do*
uf Jamaica CP.
I
Equipment For S.A.
WASH1N<;T0N. Nov. 10.
The us. State Dtpartaw ai an-
rsounoas] Baturday thai the us
has agreed to sell military equip-
ment i" lha Union of South Afri-
ca provided it is used solely for
M'lf defence. %
A Dipartincnt spokesman said
will depend on what ',%
released by the Defence Denart-
i.'i.; gajd requested O) BaUtk
Africa. Sales will be on i cash
baam Th.- deal ras negotiated
under the Mutual Dofen '
ance Act of 1B49.tl'.P.l
WITH over 100 flighb' daily in giant Skylinera.
cajTying more thiui HOO.tHK) paswngvm u year, aen'od
by 5.000 inplo>c.'s K 'A. Canada's Airline,
haa eatebuahed a proud record of comfortable,
reliable, scheduled flying.
Day after day, TCA"t 47 Skylinera give the
finest nervier on 18.0011 mdea of "Maple Leaf"
routes const tn coast in Canada, to the
I .S Britain and Frame, Bermuda and
thu Wtwt liulivu.
NOT A SPOT
ON MY
I in Damagea Ktuil
Fur nna., ,n ,.,. :.',i: i
cd and shingled house a> Olttl fl
Hoad, Qovernmenl Hill around
8.30 p 01 Saturday, dinn.igini:
Srt of the roof and Miigcim: .1
k boaid, on the inside.
Nearby residents with bucketi
I water pul out the (ire
in about 15 mlnUtl
The douse is occupied by Mrs
i uti A'hcn the flrv broke out.
her nlua yenr old daughlei wad
entrapped but she was tirnughl to
safe!) b) KHh Clarke of Uppfi
r.ov-rnmtnt ftill who brok* onm
.ind tiNik hor from her
bed
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lit'JaMITI III s
vmn-itf Tlmoiliy K
'' "'' pass >'' ^KSTn'itivri,.,
S % ...,,iu<. IW MM
.iirJciung, painting, odd |obi round tlw bou
\ iheumam. psini. t tiff, aching mnvlo mid imni-. lum
bagu oe common urinsry irouhlcj due (o impuniu-
in the blood.
Why not g<-t hnpp> relief by taking Doun'i b^Ln he
riiwsjPMs. ThtybaspmaMsWiamrid tl
it escvwuiic kiJ and mhci impunin 1 etbi
wise miglil collect In ihc lyiiem und cauic duixcti
11 ALP A CBNTUR Y 4 BaBSSSI M reAfliW atlmrnii dm I
iaWy attim u iht proud t*u*d 0/ I\*m't Ihll'. tiruu/ul mum ami
rnimtm of all agfi uu ami wommtnd /An rffiiirnt Jiurttu jnJ urvury
sds^aaa M *> fritndi and ntithbomn.
V>sm dsaan am nVI -dWm '/3
CaPa#%l^l ^ll
I^BacsjicheKidneyPills^siiP 5/-
Pa(r fer
Muthw to
wjm you
AJ.1- a P.r. lafaai.' rimdm -.- .lf..U,
stwlaag at tNltunii lm.-. I hy M~i- *
Mou, eoot Um blood and an >bMlulrly !. ley
ih. d*h nme asby u bifoi iktw-s" ssstnlag.
' McniboUmm Balm i.p-
bab>'s Skin in tpoilcti
conoitHm. It is to simple
lo U*e After
baH^. dlNTLY RliH
'Menthol-H'jni* into ihe skin
and around tee legs Thai
geotscU and comfoci* the
ikin .ind presents soreness
and ihsling. Barnes love
Ihc soothing, cooling elicit
of Menlhoratum'. Ous-k
get a >*i 01 tm to-day
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a
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BARBADOS ADVOCATE
TUESDAY, VOMMRII! 13. I9SI
B\RR\I)OS_
A0VrOOCTE
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I III IUIIII I S IKIIMI
THE -tOE"
November II IS1
Ml HIM I I AST
THK el up a foui
Middle l .it.eant of
the hardening of America's policy in the
: a (our-powej
proposal was delivered in Cairo 00 Octo-
the Middle Eastern policy .f the
id been officially described
Now it lias set.
Amerii with Britain,
.1 iha dftfaDM of the
vital MuUii. Baft, ifaowi not only an
[urtance of this area,
Lo) i .)itiiciii',it's
in the M US ""t solely due to
"starchy" British diplomacy.
Aiiici: nen have recently
been underlining what the United States
thinks General Eisenhower was
continuing the line ol thought of the late
Admiral Sherman I Lost month
that "so far at the iheer value ol territorj
is concerned there if no oaora strategically
important an., than the Mi.ldli- 1
Admin tnmandrr
fur the Mediti i I n Atlan-
tic, told journalists on October 24lh. that
'the defence <>f tho Middle East would be
utterly wrecked it the Canal Zone base
i in allied handi." But American
awakening to her own Middle Eastern
interests and to the fact that a line must
be drawn in that area to acts which favour
only the expansion of Communism and the
Snviet Empire is not indicative of any
bellicose intention on the part of the Four
Powers. The proposal! put forward on
October lath in Cairo invited Egypt M
perflcipate In the defence ol tho Middle
East: to join, as it were, a military club as
. club in which national
armies wmild act together in the interests
refused i<> Join and her I
dispute with Greet Britain shows no dgns
of any chassa ol heart Vet the terms
Setting OUt the details of the new four-
po\vi : m the Middle East leave
a way open for Enypt and other Middle
Eastern Countries to Joan In preatetiiifl
thai vital ;ne.i lion: OggTOlllOn. In its
essentials the defence of the Middle East
ts no lofigel a question as to whether
European powers should have a sphere of
influence in a strategic part of the world :
it is limply choice between the protection
of the M i in any possible conflict
i ( i. ,-, Powers and the Untied
States or Us !"< to Soviet imperialism.
The lead which the I
Franre and Great Britain have tfiven the
world in calling lor disarmament, the
ringing Churchilliun rhetoric thrown into
the battle t"i peace are solemn .i-^urances
of the peaceful intentions of the West.
At the same tune Russia's refusal to
consider these proposals and her contin-
ued wearisome accusations against the
United States on whom BOO lays responsi-
bihtv f .r the very race to arms that Presi-
dent Truman is so anxious to halt, forces
lh,> Western powers to complete their
plans for defrnee ot the Middle East
The announcement that the plan will
not interfere with the sovereignty "f '"di-
vidual Middle Eastern stales is a neces-
lary precaution U> convince then that the
four powers have no intentions in the
Middle East other than the preservation
o( world peace.
Their experiences in the last war will
not easily remove the suspicions of the
Arab States. British imperialism is some-
thin which they actually experienced
and haw not liked: Russian imperialism
is on unknown factor, distant and not
Mfed with the intensity of fear known to
Europeans. But in addition there is the
immediate national reaction to interfer-
ence of any kind in their own affairs.
Che recent annoancehnent is a welpome
D that the peace of the world is not
goinn to be recklessly jeopardised by the
loss of a vital area. But the Middle Eastern
ftuatton is none the les serious for that.
\ Ui/.inl >lo* s In Ai \k 10
IK Joseph (.iirrilt
BerUti
Mil lo meUnchul>
I.ord CfierwoU taw
I i -ii back id Downing -
'Ailh Churchill and Chw-
'igliiHiurs at No, 10 and
So II. Britain'* future is going to
i- inythuiK 1ml dull
rd Cl nsmem *>
ll in I he nov.-
.. return la the
-I in the
mr-wtnalai Government jk-i-
adviser lo the

Trie professor, "mv f: I
ears," as
Churchill has written of him. is
1
:
will in 1941
IB, i otnpunilively un-
i.lMde Oxford
own d*-
tall, i ..I
Jig *< ..
After taking his 1'h.IJ ..t Jlerlin "r'bl ** '.ui
11) in 1011. ie went to melancholy.' But Cnurcml.
I collaborate with other knows better 1, I
physicists in the study of radio- "SI found a scintillating torn
actlvtij linn lo America as a i'''
it Chicago l.'iuveraity. Tliougii a scientist by profi-s-
l n the war, aa an Oxford Ion. Cher well is mi\ I
ilemann made important philosopher, economist, end Bl-
'.i. a variety of ventor by inclination,
'"dies He once caused an envious sti.
liul neither Ihow peaceful pui- n. Ihe Lords by earning, aormi
suit, nor Oxford's calm could a heat wave, a home-made port-
dispel his fear that another war able electric fan operated bv a
was coming. flash-lamp battery
used that "ihe air-plane Churchill, himself a chompio
Professor "'"' SnS?>d ,he *holc ou,look ,n in the art of using words, is en
war. That was Why he never ,oyably stimulated b>
,,,- *,*,.,. -,,. . lax<*Lh,' *"."" ii ,*H'* ** Invective.
Professor ,.f Experimerrtal "".J*obl of j"'dt'fence Once, wben Lore Cberwell tva
__ parednesa in the air. and as a K
he wi often deiribed' ;S2LI-I1',,illh,nr "aldwln 2*T >'
ernmeni s apathy the non-polltl-
cal professor contested, unsuccess- __.
Oxfol University "
Laboratory
o little
about riim
Cabinet "
Actunll.
>-t-Tl- g^ij
liition in the Lores, i.
bolgi interrupted with Vrnat
our a 1 u.'rnative '
Airud laughter, tht Pn>l
When I sil on th*
tient-h (the Government side
\intwhi,.i,, ,he House) I will Mil
Apprehension Occasionally he MtM
ChurrhiU reveaU in his Lords with feaU of ment.H aril
emoirs how their mutual appre- metic invulvmg millions, Ai
ode him and Undemann he Is equally at home in dabafc
lampooning psychiatrutv
Europe ii:,inlng of the Imporl
.in artist.s "lik.
club ilnaar who call* herwlf
MtdrUI .ind gpeetalleai In leenr
because >>f hi* mod-

MottflC genii.
m-
' l39. henslon
BUUed bUent epotter Chunhill firmer friends.
\.iid his "ii hi.' The puir travelled
.i before together investigating tfaStl peab-
Lindemann had won the D.S.O. lem.
r.C. pUot and wee Dtrectoi in ifl3e. when Churchill
nf Uie Aeronautical Research unnniinced that Germany, was kVi'J^
i rough leanniiiK Undemann made a
Old tliaOMb) i* !l1 *rlp to Tangier, where his Same
>.niM cKi.irhiH '""lend was on holiday. Winston and the 'Prof gfeai
,,..irs Churchill AflM. Vm& y^n of (.|nw. w,_ |hp u|n|i ^^ (pf humou(
. .. *_ laboratlnn it Is hardtx surprising On a visit to the Monte Carl
hen Churchill tells u that "this Sporting Club iho professor wa
Same Brand
In
"I.indeniii
,,1,1 rriend el

had me*
first at the close of th<
previous war, in
Ungulshed himself
the air a number of
R pleasant and fertile association usked
L*i.^h k. 4t continued throughout the war." "Yoimg u
t\!i,ix as "* bnman..., rsso;
. u i.Hi,- teams j
Nothing
In
played
repl ied
be lawi
nwletb
ine doi
of prob
1T1K III III.- .Ill .i I"!"!"-. - Of,l.llie.Hl
esparlnseate, hitherto reserved P^ooucea.
f the then almost mortal dangeri
of a ,-(-in "
i these tests that gave
Churchill hi* Bret glimpse of
breath-taking: eon-
luli'l I I
Investieatlorii of the
suiiming noM.'- then 32. reached math-
ematical otaTKlusloeu which were
ridiculed by 'Xperts.
Hut Undemann was so sure of
in-, htwory that to i-ut ,.-XZm
U u> the b In the Hi
Before a crowd of onlookers
I i .in.Til H
"ulctde,'1 be deliberately plunged
i.i .niii.ifl into a .vpinning (Ufl
-ami landed without a Hcratch.
Has Travelled
md many times since,
1 i -f.' vindicated his con-
rlctloe shat "one who has got his
figures correct need not fear Streets midnight
having his accounts checked." doubt burn or
l.ik- ChurehUL Undemann pwhaps as long, i
as at 30. a widely travelled man. the war,
d< light* Cherwc
joke ni;
The anwwrr to Ihe maonetlc
nine:
rhe entr aircraft balloon
bevrsaSf
ihe means of herulino a
radio beam SO aWled enemy
bombers;
Window." tlu- fin/oil d>-
etmfu$g tas eassajr*e
mifl-airrro/t radar irirlallu-
nous, and airborne radar
mhlch helped to defeat the
If boats.
As the new atom chief. Lord
first move will cer-
lo free aclenuss from lbs
civil Bervlee itralt-JacBsi
First Move
He expects to stimulate pro- their beetroot. I think
gross in research by encouraging t-egln"
than with better pay and A good match, these '
conditions. markable eranii
Now that "Master" and "Prof" No, 10 and No. U might,
together again Downing- ot State permit:ing. enjoy
brightly, or
it did during in the dayti
who will be
more wan
self.
A Good Match
He was highly amused whs
Churchill once wiMCraCSSd iilx'i-
hl* diet, for Ihll bachelor, non
raoksr, taatota|er i also a veie
tartan
With fcllnw-vcgelartan Si
Stafford Cripps. Lord I
was late for one of Churchill'
uncr War Cabinet.-
Ot) arrival, after hnliliiii: ii
the meeting for several minuter
they heurd Mr Churchill taj
with a wry smilt Now that ..u
olleasuai hn\r
ilotn it Si.lmo'uth. Devon, of lt ther,- will U> a warmer the 'Prof.' in reputed to be suet
ai ..ii.ir, ,ii ..:: p.. rnanl nm-.- fOdai gloei 10001 It now. etsanl el Lexicon Ibal ba ds
of his youth on the Continent. ChUfChlll will have more time lo even build a word out o
I e/M 1 lu sled in Germany. enjoy in- companionship. W. X. Y and / L.B.8.
.Easy To Trip Up In T1W
lliisr
By BERNARD WICKSTEED
I've been down at the Houses
of Parliament this week lindmn
out e/nai tt'i iik.- tu be a pas
MI', and what I say is "Hrnther.
>vu can keep the job. AMD Uh
that goes with it."
Celling yourself elected t*
niitlimg. it'* the things you've got
to learn when you're In. Why, it's
worn than joining the Army.
Up to Parliament vou drive
th vow cheat full of pride at
It is also a sin to put so much
* a to*- over the red lines at the
:lge of Ihe Chamber's greet
irpct. These lines are two an
half sword-lengths apart, am
because the only occasion it is ""
needed is in the rare event ol "' opponents.
men,I--, muitlng to ,.,is, .. t......t i''k '" *>"* constituency yo.
el order ifter a division has been flher, fancied your free-and;
, ,iuh easy platform style But it won
' HMO there's smoking. The new * *"'rr m>' *^- AM speeches
unle
here
mn >".i enssn iuii -.1 prrae m.h^_ ,(,.,, f"a nufl in madt' to ,he SpeaKeri
because then
when
fearful
1 the populace,
licensing hours
the new boy
he can't sit on the
the House of Loidf.
because in ihe Commons It doosn'i
exist. You refer to it as "the
other place."
Above all, you must never men-
tion another member's name.
Is alwavs Hie honourable-m
bar who has just sat d
or the honourable and gallant-
memoer-for-so-and-so.
Your Notei
ne Pel e
Yard without a permit from the
i.nd Oreal Chamberlain. ',,'"
hat deflated bv this set- *%cmA. .. ._ _,
M p ,, i to ., On the thcr hand. BO caojat
n uitlvit Ming noticed, like .. '"'"^ whcnevei he likes,
tew DOB It l> bOOl, bW On all because whatever hardships Par-
Idem ofllcials stare at hlnl aid (uunenl impows
each other till he's rf5fnl,Wl
i;.>in| to be Oirown Into for Itself.
the r.....1 Ol London. Now **>
Actually he || being stared .'.t soing to sit
ilv because the ofileials want * f!now;s ,
]., qI, ,,. fi Ill bench, Inn if he takes
Once IruUe, the Dm mambei scat In "nctrt^c./?**;^"'K You musln't read a newspa,,.
Pf. "* "L?J*y.-tPn* lt.-?*Png^ or book in the House.
but even sod, ., simple operation ui'wnUen la v to siome agelng 8nou,dn.t pven nayr
thl, fniuglll with parlii- legislator who cuis had it for gen- spfrech (Ihou|(n mosl mpn
mentaiN tradition. tH-causo mt4ons. ____ v-^h *> because they might fall |nt,
,tl.,ehcd I " l'K 1- loop of U he sits ,n any of thelmcMl (hc h ihe King,
ed Upe that seems to have no beyond the tar. eg., Ihoeeat '^ Yllu see lh(, Kin* ttil
pOuJblc purpose opposite end lo *^ Speaker, he bugbl-ar of Parliament, and
raeanl to, henglu your can Uetso totwhat.gaaijei.^bui ne wa Suppnxi to See
sword on. but how is a harmless he won t l>e alLnved to speak him- ^ ^^ ^rr
new boy with n.nhmg more self. _____ ,r lhp nfW member BBdH
lethal than an umbrella lo know. Your Speech getting dark in the House he
Bwores (end. pure) are barred At last, having parked his car doesn't Just ask someone lo
in Parliament, and have to be correctly, refrained from smoking swHch on the lights. He calls out
left in the cloakroom. A ScuUish |rj iihe corridors, hung up his "Candles '"
was called to order once BWOfd and removed his spurs, the Thrt's only the start of th. ne
(or appearing Wnul ' tolle In hw rjew b0) catchee the Speakers bov's education. If you want to
elusive eye and steps out Into Ihe hlll,u. lhp IeBt ot nls syUebul
Yoiir IIlM gangway to make the '[kivIi that vn M )md it , ., bead* book Ol
-, ,.! in have In kn i an will move IBS eaano 1,057 pages called "Parliament..i |
iwful lot al-^it when and where At once there are devastating practice." by Sir Thomas
to wear vour hat in Parliament, cries of "Order, order, for step- Erskine. Tie 15th edition wail
. w BMl SOW leave ll on th ping Into the lariMas M- ik ,,- U 411,.
With vour mind at peace. Is a parliamentary sin.___________________ L.E.fl
!>eg
This Drug Spells SAFETY...
By CM IN AN P1NCHKK
A DRUG which enab'es surReons b
furm intricate operations more skilfully and
mure swiftly than ever before is being tested
in Rutish hospitals.
It almost eliminates !oss of blood when
tissues are cut Trials so far have shown that
the drug provides three great advanta^<
ONE: By reducing the nsk of scverel
haemorrhage it makes operations
TWO: :t enables the surReon to operate
more surely and more rapidly bc<
issues are not obscured.
THREE: By reducing the shock of surgery
t helps patients to make a quicker recoveryl
ifti i operations.
The drug -it is called hexamclhonium bro-
mideacts by causing a rapid fall in blmxl
Bj pi upping the patient in different
doeUioOl the surgeon can make any part of
alroott bhHKtleaa.
The patient's blood pressure can be re-
stored rapidly to normal by an injection.
Pr. Gcorue Hale Underhy. anaesthetist of
the Royal National Orthopaedic Hospital.
was Ihe first to try out the drug in an opera-
tion
He has used it successfully on more than
250 patients ranging in age from 11 to 78.
Doctors and surgeons from other hospitals
have met Dr. Enderby in London lo compare
their experiences with the drug. Verdict: "It
.s proving particularly valuable in plastic
iurgery and in deafness operations."
Dr Enderby warned that only highly ex-
perienced anaesthetists can use the drug
safely, which is still experimental.
m u HIM TELLS
^THAT elegant dog breed, the red Irish
setter, is-afflicted with a mst distlOnVing
hereditary eye complaint.
Some of the pups seem normal, but within
iix months they cannot see in dim light;
.ventually they become totally blind.
As there is no likelihood of a cure, scien-
isis have been trying to find a way of detect-
ng afflicted puppies so that they may be
Humanely destroyed.
Today, scientists of Newmarket's finely
quipped Canine Research Station report
success. They have discovered that the dis-
l m can be detected by an electrical machine
_ I De'ore a PuPpy 's one month old.
i few The machine records the minute electric
Kan,!r hll^^^'lii*^?.!; """rents generated by healthy eyes. The oyet
of a pup destined to go blind give no current
at all.
SOUNDER SLEEP
J^, A SLEEPING TABLET said to be so safe
that even a huge overdose is harmles*
has been discovered by U.S. scientist--.
In a six-month test 134 sufferers from in
somnia found (hat the drug usually put them
soundly to leep in less than half an hour.
"The sit *p was restful and the patients ex
perienced no hangover." doctors of N< v. j
York's Metropolitan Hospital report today
An overdose of the tablets products <-\
trcmely deep sleep. But there is no riangei
Unlike barbiturates, the new drug, s.iv U*
doctors, does not lower the breathing rate
DOCTOR VETTED
^.BRITAIN'S vets are hankering .itt- i
" title. Convinced that they will novel
train the public to call them "veterinary sur-
geons," they are now agitating to be culled
"doctor."
Down-to-earth vets are opposing thechOJijfi
for a surprising reason They point out tha'
the word "vet" has a much higher standnu
in the language than "doctor."
Their argument : "To vet" anything is ai
honourable act. but "to doctor" it has a dis
reputable ring.
YOUR MOVE
J^. A TRANSATLANTIC chess match be
j tween two giant robot "brains" is bcim
| planned by British and American scientists
Britain's challenger will be MUC. tht
.'1.500-valve "brain" housed at Manchester
University. When Dr. Alan Turing baa
tuned it up. MUCshort for Manchester
University Computershould be able to
think several moves ahead.
First chess-board opponent lined up foi
MUC is Prinny, a new "brain" being bull
at Princeton University.
A r*vord*d In IM column lail rtt'. doetot arc
u>lns Ihli machine lo diatnoar human *vr esSHSi
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He MM iudgins by the Aus-
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rum makinji re^;earvh utter some U.S. reseurvh only two atmos-
. experiments in cloud ,,).,,, .-undlilons have shown to,
rsesntly completed near lend Ihemselves to etTctive cloud
Sydney. seeding. The two condition* |
They laid exiH-rlment' conduct- km
,. Cornrooowealtll Sclen- A cloud formation hangma
!ii)- "and In.lusin.il Research Or- over a mountain crest. Whan
, laid the bombarded with ice pellets n
rain making pro- will often releeta mo* and in-
ereeee the hjrdreulk power at
Reeulti >' "'< N i>ase of the mountain,
iM-uth encaged in from the area needing r
k in California. These t*,. coodlUoni
mountainous regions and o..
,: We erers real bordering raknbelts can
ICO imprBssed with Ihe profit most from artificial preci-
tperlmenta. As much pitation.
as a i pi cent Iroprovernepl Kconomir Advantagi-s
"'ii norrnal rainfall was regls- Relchvlderfer said "Important
U perhape the best ex- aeonorntc advantage*, especial!)
,; controls designed s<> (lP. afnculture can be gained
..ni seeding in sltuaUQIU
>|i;rr Research wbl
i nut how- Is present. Rut we do not want
mare year lo n.i> the hopes of farmers in
111) drj climates. Rain
ed out until ecteauftcal- loe not come from a clear sky
i evidence hat been cloud formations an- prerequi-
meaufactured
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SURGEON SPECIALIST
To the Editor Tht Advocate,
SIR 1 wish u> be amort* the
many thousands of people in this
island of Barbados to express my
deep regret of the dfsparture of
such a Christian and noble
gentleman, m Mr. A ('.. Le.ioock
As a patient of his for quite a
lone, time I have always found
him rnoet eourtooue. kindheertni
end understanding We all know
; that this worthy and brilliant
"surgeon" has done all ;n his
' power to help the community
I heedless of class, colour, or
creed. He has worked, very
indicate
dismissed allegation* thai artifi-
cial rains could produce floods.
Some farmers in the US. have
blamed rain-making efforth for
causing disastrous Kansas floods.
Hall said There have been
<*f reports of commer-
cial success in seeding clouds
and producing heavy showers
Evidence ;ndictes in most cases
that the showers Ihoughl lo have
resulted from seeding were
actually the result of natural
causes. Much n
loud physics is neoeatai v.r.
hard from early morning until
late hnurs <.f ihe night to save
Ihe lives of his fellowmen. Yet
his saintly face and pleasant
matter how tired he was alter n
manner was always there, no
hard and what we all know, a
most strenuous day's work
We also know that he could
have made a much better salary
working privately, but here again
we see ha Christian love by
ereildni .it the General Hospital.
Wo pray thnt God's blessing
mny mini,, his brain and his
bands wherever hi* lot may be
llu-own and when things i- rp'ex
him sometimes, he may still find
the Silver tuning.
To you and your family we say
goodbye, good luck. God blew
you.
GRATEFIL PATIENT.
November. 12.
BURIAL GROUNDS
To The Fdilor The Adrocole,
SIR.I read with considerable
interest the article in Friday's
Advucate telling of a meeting of
the St. Lucy's Vestry when con-
was given to a letter
from tho Colonial Secret n
regarding the granting of free
access to non-Anglican minister. I
to perform th> committal servle.-1
Of the providing of "public burial!
grounds."
Rev. Pestalna is quoted UI
stating that he is not In favour
of the privilege being granted. I
I wonder how Rev. peetain*
would feel if he were trai '
to some Moslem country where
thirty per cent, of the populate -
were members of the Anjli.-M
communion ami he was not al-
lowed to commit th body oi
any of hU parishioners for whm
he had ministered all gsOrind
their life, and instoad. funeral
rltea were conducted by a Hoe-
lem according to the Moslem
faith. I feel sure his viewpoint
would change before he knew it
Mr Sobers Is reporte.1 as
saying "that If non-Anglicn
churches want burial ground
they should provide their own."'
%ie Ine taxes not paid by mem-
ln 'Moravians". '-Pilgrim Holiness"
Md 'Seventh Day Adventists"
us well as members of the An-
glican church" Why not treat all
iltkel
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maer. ibsi.
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BABBADQS \I.V(K \fl
face nvs
40- Year-Old
On Murder Charge
THE TRIAL Of Alphonza Beckles. a 40-year-oM CO**
of Soctet" Hill. St. John, who is charged with the
murder of 48-yw-old Winston Cumberbatch. a bus driver,
began at the Court of Grand Sessions yesterday before the
He Acting Puisne Judge Mr. G. L Taylor. Beckles
i ^ed to have committed the murder on September 9
this year,
kleven of the 22 witnesses the Prosecution are ex-
I to call t< prove their casp. gave evidence yesterday
ind the case is adjourned until todav
On the application of Mr. J. S.
B. Hear, one <' Beeklea'a law-
Conductor Stands Trial
Gaseogne' Ruth Brings
Off WI Run Li1"""'
P.C. W1CKHAH SEES //OH
Mr HEHaUQUES Founder at loy' Club, in EngUud tt
.'ritUy wit a letter to lb Comnuwuoaer of Police m win
that PC Wickham of the Local Tore* had jut fosspletsd hta Urw
mouth* court* in the running and management of Boys' Olabs
During that timo PC Wickhan. travelled to variou. mi
Uiutt-4 Kingdom and w how taojr war* opciat.-.l
PC. Wickbam u now golni to a Military School of I
Training at Aldarabot to take a throe month* court* in physical
training.
"De Grttsse G
yen, th
atrlad rat-
Mi lu
bruise in from of each knee i
.Termites, Poor Construction
Caused Much Damage
In Jamaica Hurricane
GoMS.
v UM #4-fu.>
oming
.
1 rat visit ,i
lu as n ^
I
Suanwilp i

Lull,
Bartedm
in.1 j i f.
en.- all badly torn ir Uv
Km..

crew weir k. ,
terdsy evening; to the scene of the ^*'l bruises on the bock of the
ulleged -nurder at Thickets, St T*lfl e,bw. There were no special
Philip. The 'bus In which Cum- features about the stomach.
her batch and Beckles were dnv- From his examination and from
nig at the time of the incident, consideration ol ue circumstances
u-< ili InspaetOd by the Jury. surrounding- the death he would
Mi W W Rceea, K.C.. Solid- say that death was due to the
tot QwMraL is prosecutm-: for the defect* of embarrassment of the
Crown. contraction of the heart and air
Mr. Dear bj awnutpu with Mr. getting into the circulation. there-
George Farmer as counsel for by causing damage. These were
Beckles. the results of the stab wound of
Ik/U Heckles ;nd Cumber- ihe heart. The wound was ln-
batch were employed by the flicted by sharp pointed instm-
C.eneral Motor Bus Co. and m-n,
worked on the St Philip route.
Before calling anv witnesses. Stab Wound
Mr Btaea outlined the case to
II. t..Id them that evi- person had fallen irom a
dence would Iw given to show *>us tie m-ild have gut bruises, bui
that Beckles and Cumberbatch the stab wound srould have been
had bad tVM bkaWina pre- eaused i > something: etsa. i ,.
ekwi to CurnbertMteh'g death. The not thinl it aras self utflieted," hi* -prom ow own i n ** a
fatal incident took place when aid. TnworetlcaUy It was not GRENADA N<
Cumber luiU*. and Beckles were impossible, but It was very im- r"
taking the bus P l?5 along Thick- probable if it were self inflicted, and Provincial oi Qrenada and the
c". it is alleged ,t would more 'ikeiv nave gono Otesiadlnei Alexander l. Estrange
1 irnberbntch was driving through the spaoa between the <,lc tile bus a ben he was stabbed. ,., ,,,ugn
The bu. -we.ved o to the em- A fair ., of f nad
bankment Jg ^ UKC FirM miaVaag c' examined he said the v*
TFRMITKS lack of maintenance and p CM
lion practice caused much of the damage durLfU 1,u' hurrr'
cane of August 17- II in Jamaica. Mr W M W
Building Dtvwlopmeni Adviaar u- Iha Cotnptrol
Devwlopmenl ami Welfare told the Advocate.
Mi VV. |
last month bQ advtM Uw I
a| problMM !"-
ated l>y the inn ^
\ icar General
)hr ,;., iK .... . liatlM.lo-i fi' i "Ul-iinl n Vigo (Spam)
i If ( r..,i.i.ln > "*"'
l_EI .1 i II. 1(1.1
Dies

the cardiac Dltai ,vv" ,u'u,s n't*'1 fidmission
i the afternoon of the same day.
wound was nearer to the middle ._
Mildred Danny, raputad wife hne of the chest than the nipple te 0 s
>f Winston Cumberbatch said she of the breast. With such g wound Catholic Church was crowded with
nberbatcn had nine chil- iintonsciousness did not neces- the faithful and other gympOthU
said that Cumber- si.niv come on immediately and Prs ,|us morning when the unnrea-
i r home on Septembei
II and 12 o'clock, for
.v uyikmg in the coun-
rould not return home
:ght.
f tllouing morning khe
Ml.'. M fm turn. Ijter
he -iw him at the
9he nieiitiiled the body
: ilowlng day.
thur Scott, attached to the '^.^
POUoa Station, said he at-
Ibal that he could have
.onielhing after
_ mdon.
Me Bald lhat when he flcv
K
hurricane, it was thought th
about 11000 houst
....

Ui-illlil ...:, >
I-' u now get ined II
50,000 houses wen- |A
Poorer Classes
"This figure includes only .houaes
l.i; - a !io c

etv of course, many other I" i
ic's surance assessors from thf U.K.
i , mated how little hurricane
dad been taken out
imonf ;.il < ctlons "f lh i on -
unity
Kmeigcntv Conunitl.', \m
in operation and fortunately.
i ling .he sails.
.n aphOOnOT, Kuth rg
bvIM ->i Bonaire, Dutch Was
iu,ii.>- ji yens agn But In bo
..it. ih
^.JES?.** 02* -Id >h-t ^ie has
conatanl n
Rath i owned bj rrat

tmlUan and Iha othet nine mem
Tin- ii,-. rdaj hi
: made t
Barbados | drun
*
. tween k'
M r in and CurBCM I
cargo.
The rib
b
light, ii na


The BJ ) alaoaaaa
West tndaai U k rout
1 inch line.
Oaaaogmg

Mumi
Taking OVei h*Om the (iiwutM
!. oeh
lie f.raM> il'l"
I bid l" make her
l
- Qraaaa .n bo coming from
sailing
Curaea
Cartagena and Jamalei
! though hi has been up of thi
i>m at the Vi-arage dally t Insured" he *
funeral rile took ntai
Dominican clargy lo Iha bnand at-
tending the solemn requiem mass.
If Cumberbatch had fallen on a celebrant being FBthei FlUOerald, gtocaj finnlv tlxed. sharp-pointed insii i ithan Bavai and falrij Band Bm i nrt-gld"
ment. the wound could have been Cos I*. Issues were made up lo a vglio
If a man had tried to Governor Arundell. Administru- of j;ao to help the indigent to r*-
wound himself without killing tor MrMillan. Treasurer Adams luof r MIch their houses,
himself the decree of force that and mc'ml>erf' u' lh* Leaulature He said thut communal f.edu,^
had bean used would not h.v.. w"c amon* lh.e coin8ria"Vi1o^ '" p,lbUr bu"dl"* * "i"*"^
Born in lndon In April iwid. pry\iiuj TJ xpanBlva and pc-
Relurnmg to Barbados on May

ie and Trinidad,
ir Ornaas will i , uktag bat

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llr lilOv .. (at.'
i three i laaaaa,
and "ill bl milking .. .j|| in lt..i
badOl OnOO every ti..
(aacngiic passenger accommoda-
tion is 25* and she used lo eall Bt
Barbados once even Qva aaaaki
k Co., Ltd
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ic Prancfa lino
Ooaaaana i (ormarl
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Tetmotol it invirubly effective At the mote, two or
Vee application* tr* required and moreover during,
MaMM no special itolmon it neceiiiry.
Tetmotol it non-jreaty. non-st*lnin| and hat no
'bnoaiout tmell.
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BETWEEN 9D0P8
HARRISON'S
- BROAD STREET
w
II
used. If Ci
sild not havi
nberbalch had
Nominal ion
Stations
fl'rtM the wnund himself
t';,' dao and
Mr.
eased was ordained a priest venting the use
1929. Schooled at a Jesuit Col- ifir noinml uun
tcndel the post mortem oxamlna- "" '* ....i. ......,- ..n.. k h(. i.llrr slufiicd the priest- l-imu
tion of Winston Cumberbatch ' movement than Cumberbatch hood ,(t )n(. ^^^ Dominican X'"K
which was performed bv Dr. would have hrtn i' he were dnv- |.TI(,IV v.\lt'hr-sler <;i-
Cato. A nur-e at the Hospital '...... "* when the wound was
iiini blood -stained cloth- inflicted.
I left pocket of the
shirt there was a hole. There was Station Phoned
a corresponding hole In the vest. .
Undei .ioss-examination he I'^rg* *- '">"'
told Mr. liear that the jacket had Pinter of WinUemere
DO hole.
Boyea, I Nurse of the room .......,.....--- -
Genera] Hospital, said a.m. llvtrklea came and askqd '.
that on Oaptamber 10 ana hand- permission to use the MlephOM
Od wme eloUMM which had leen He asked to be put On >< Uattriel V.'";;; Ti,:.V1iV;..V' '.i HI., kfrlnrs and
taken off Winston Cum!.h.t.h '(. He said a bus had been in- M'"-'1 9
.it the .
eloeh
riiui sda> .
bad (
Wuodhouse said that sub-
ject to parliamentary approval, tlv
iiake-v.n,i priory, st.,f- Briuah Ooverni m t had agreed l
fordshlre, and Blickfrtars Priory, ^i* Jamaica to the maximum
Oxford of H.BOH.OOtl in ., k-rant and loan:
After ordination he dM two n,,. greater portion would i>e f. i
jr. g yceare advanced itudaw at UMvmiri rehouatni and the balance f
St. John, University Belglunn rollowing Bgriculture. A ipeeia] new agem-v
said ba was at home in his sitting ream 11 parish arorif In Naweaaw m ,,, |. ,ol up m Jam., f
9 aoout iu.ov- w came to Grenada. November,
.1 purposes, as uell BJ ,. 22nd of Nov.nd.i. the Raturn
During 193S to 1947 he was re-
day to Sgt. SciAl.
an accident on Tnick-
also lectured students
19 SO
lived
ett., K. ...i
Beckles then said he wanted to
telephone the owners of the bus.
lie wanted to get either Mr Dow-
ding or Mr. O-Neale. H.- tele- rilIllbclblitchj
phoned and repented the '"
.statement he had made I
praviouj baiaahona message
f,- BMM into the room
Oxford
After he returned in 1M7 he be-
came Vlcai
this purpose of rehousing and
of aided ',S.-li-n.-l|.
. i
lalnly I e Included and every efft 11
v.ould he made to huild hurricane-
if houses. These hornes hi:
GefieVS-Woilnrtal "-'d- wou,,i not "* rr^ '
-" p rtion "i tha c< I era
a me
but-
~,-t t
toned oi not when he wiw him.
p.c. Btanlay llayers attaohtd t
District '<*" said he went b
Thlcketu \<->->-i. st Phillip, oi
uskiti und *ne a"kod how thr ""p1" s*-uteml-er 9 about 1 30 p Bl H
-- aid that he had
be retmitl by the occupiers.
l.cets had been
blown orr.mii eoused further dam-
age during the hurricane Thii ara
bfcausa Lhej "rera IriadNaquatel})
(ixed .line sen '
iling units
adar iMnglos which had
more nxl
roof whuh were much more ie-
I
WihhI Ants
of
ihi
d
Idcd
i I the ......i
ill reoatva tin- BOavJnaiion
. .ti to tha
Qinasal Aaaanbti ol Iha Island.
i ..i Much no
"ll take place are as (Oilowi
I'( iinctownQueen's
U lUtnjL
h ....I Drill Hall. St.
i n ( ;.iiii-i.|.
Chureb Vastrj Boon
* hnst Church.
Si < U *fi st Oaoraje'i Church
Si eoL
Bl Philip .St llnlip's Church
b boot
si John st John's Churoh
School
m Same st. i ,ne < ombinad ^*Z
Bl T.......i si Thomas'
Chun h Boys1 Benool
St .Ins.-ph St Joseph's Church
- t.....I
\r dn Bellapl i i
Hall
etei Bl Patai Churcfi
Brhool,
'-.;
i ..I,.n.-i it. t ifichel
told lb
. .h Bit t he hs

tin- pracUca of
ping hell
while ioi tti
convenience of '" paaaangari

a great IneOOVi
tr a vailing publb
,.i itten ion
nd 1
ing the law In this respCCt will b
M.- said I
.i the b
will not expect the drivi
anywhere than at orgai
a Red i'
Ignore the raojueal h
doctors who want to -t"i> (W |1

said
"AictMi Rttamer"
Arrive* Here
THK I-NDKUMKNTIONKD ITEMS ARE ONLY A
SMALL PROPORTION OF OUR WIDE RANGE OF
KITCHEN HEDUISITES
Serjeant's Evidence
Sgt. Thorington, In charge of
II. John, said that
SeptemMB S. Il-eklea was
broughl to the Police Station and
charged with inflicting grievous
bodily harm.
"On the rollowing day he was
charged with murder." he said.
*ioned Beckles and asked
him whether he had any thing happened. Beckles said that he had .,. ,.V|(U., .
to say. Beckles said he was in- * i r ma charge." '' ** h!K! ** aboul lbs scana Hs said that ih.
Dr, Anthony Gale said that on tenlion as lo the road they should |jU, was damaged.
September 9 he was on duty at * One wanted to go along one M[> Kpn,., hand. ,l him B Althougu ,r......wd
ilty of the General Hoi- road and the other wanted to go gmaii eunvilt bag and bicvele miles l>'-r houi wan
piUl. A man whose name was along another road. In the ex- aboul 9 IS um Thc (>H.; tontainl oidluary glazin-: resisted, pro1
given BS Winston Cumberbatch citenwn: the bus jumped the bank. b|,.U(, ium 9 Krw driver a-id it was properly fixed Btoru
was broufM In. He had a stab "My wife asked what became ultvl.|P looi8 taereta buildlnBS Batumi )
wound in the left breast. It was of the driver and Beckles said the ^c mj(j ln art>wer t(l Mr De ir up letter than wood frame buiM-
about half an inch wide, two driver put his head In the canes. ,na, hp ,(|ok ,talrmi ... with hard latjour
:<-ep and directly over thc "She asked whv the dnvei |i( .. pecially between frai passed on CSamera
heart. acted as he did in driving the bus i of Ba)
When he saw Cumberbatch he OVPr Xhc hank Beckles replied Arrested quite adequate The collapse of Land, Bt Muha.-I by Mr (; it
list coherent and while trifflt Cumberbatch must have many wood-frame arm COE> eta OrlnVh, Acting Police Magistral)
lo him he lapsed into WBn(wi to murder him" Cpl Vernon Hunt,- attawhad"Hi nog panel bulldlngi -common In oi District "A". 0
Ineoherenc. Cross-examined by Mr Dear. District C" said he went to th? Jamaica could in 90'I nf t u- glfi and a bamboo bnikd tin
n" he said the canes along Thickets scene a) Thtekatti on Sept. ease* ta> attributed to advanced propert) or Mildred Mi.
ere ahou' 1" to 12 reel bill, The He s.iv BecfcUM among the rrowd inf^tation of the timber by ants bfovem
Tlw ss Alcoa BaaaashS* 4H2. i
Ne
ui a.ttw: sab.

loin mill nutv or
meai
thi-
i \ihrii,r.ik which ha
caUcd ("i .. load of i h i
\Ot 1
i real i iped
: i
ajtaa Bsnasas
r. ban Thom Ltd
MhelttriHib US M- I H JaSOl
Ltd
I jiImhii-.t Jatlled

i
wards. A sharp pointed instru-
ment such as a penknife could
have caused the wound.
Cniss-Kxamined
farthest distnnee between the which had gathered. He asked him ami the use of very weak
outer edge of two cane holes was lo >nw to District "C" and give jn the panels.
aWit l> feel statement Beckles was carried "Thf need for impnrtfi
to the station. Later in the day Ing practices and code* and for
Evidence Corroboraled be was arrested and charged with their reinforcement is vc > gppar-
grlevous bodily 'harm. He look ent. Steps are being taken to
from him a small pair of sets- improve the Building five-1 .a
II penknife and
OreamMga hj
ons for lareens
prevlou
icTie Kan
vile of Ge
Under cross examination he
said that a wouna of that nature
might spurt bloou but it was nut
spurting anv when he saw it. S. Farmer, corroborated her hus- sors. a
Dr. A. S. Cato, Visiting Medl- band's evidence. corkscrew,
cal Onicer at the General Hoa- She added Lhat Beckles asked He took a statement from Mr.
plUl. BBll lhat on September whether he cftild leave his bi- i
10 about LM pm. he examined cycle there. She told him he could.
the hodv of a man at the Hoa- The bicycle had on it a hand bag.
pital. The bod* waa Identified The polite CaVM h>' night and
-< Mildred le.iny as lhat of look away the bicycle.
P.C Woslev Sobers who 1
attached to District "C" said Out
hp went to Thicken s Road where Kl, ,Th...,..-..-..______
Resisted Police
I'.i.n i,'.:ii;ii ii Pined
Mr C II QrlfflUl, At tini: l'..l
-.,...( I.
...l.n'.l Lui Ulc A.i n
i UXhtlfOol L Ml
i.iie ol IB/, jn.t
.ii 14 da>< or 1 I
h -i. raarMd with bl v I
... l.i|hlliHr I. ,i .
T .. ..it.
, the M.'.ii.t mm Mr. D. M
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AT REASONABLE PRICES.
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Specialists in
DOMESTIC HARDWARE
mgto
Set,

De.,
Ainilon rumberbalch.
rlngton reeallad
that he leceived all Um
Matementa and forwarded then;
to the Superintendent in charg-v
When Heckles had -
[Uotrs: There waa a ,
si ill ...in ml
Uie I'M side of
: he saw the bus PITS In the
the BaaSJt. There was a bruise trench. The left front wheel had
on the lower part of the baek come off ,hc bus. He saw Win-
on Ihe right aide. There waa an ston Cumberbatch tying In UM
area of saflenliig and sv.ellutg ,car m*) f the bus, HU clothin::
In the middle of the right eer- rta! tasked in blood,
ebral hemi-phepei. Another bus, J7 was at pis-
Thc stab wound of the chest trict "C" as it was Inspection day,
reached the muscle of the right ami Cumberbatch was taken to
ventricle 0( the heart, giving a the General Hospital in it
r h wound in the heart. Cross-cKumlned he said
There was a large amount of clot- apart from taking Cumberbatch t
a] under the Lreast bone the Hospital he look no furth-
and in the front part of the chest part In the Investigate v M
Tlit ra was some degree of collapse could not remember wheuV
^^jaw/**"'
Helps lo clean** the sn/alcm
from blood impurities
impurities In the blood may eaose rheumatic
aataSS and pains. atirT and pwlarul lolnta,
boil*, pimple* and common akin disorders,
(.:.- Hlood Mlaturc belpa to purify
ih. blood, cleaoaea tha system and aaalsts
Id resforlng good health.
from ovarhaad i. sa
which had blowi
lays and much S
for the u'll
: |
vary srail, however,
their SSffl
'
'"''"
ii i 5^ .Pame; r m"
! been acting at Distrl.t ofncial wan
1
im K.e^ what^wag the net
of some of the statements
^!Lpi[rent *hl'n Sl,,m' "f ,h,*" have beer uawanlsen
BSng taken. rai)|
as not piesent when Whit- that was recorded in man
Pootman ..i iii. aasond fwabj i
suic- bar ol i pli y all .lasses

Clarke a labourer of
this direction. Consideration may Mar.indales Hoad. St
also be given lo the burying nl was ordwnMl 10 pay ., bM Of I"
- power line*. Tii- | (, Q Orifflth r
Pol tbla Carrii
King an an.- i
her charge he was nn>' i
4fJ/- in 14 days or one month !
USlng indecent I inguag.-
rm tto Bqiuuo. bo.h offssv i
committed On November 10.
field Mason. Can
Milan McClean gave then
present
that O'Neal and a not he,
their statement!..
More evidence will he give! t
day at 10 a m. when the rn
continues.
i houi<
lajht-sBSlna
S1C,V Fund Geawa
rh. Eaarskwioa I I'.c A. haa re-
,n i.t %\ou Bnd
past year.
ave beei
: -
Dejbtartmenl
Two additional lethal chambci
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POINTS
lieu
,i. i sasea
rvei B ptemi si i-
...,. ,i was Ml pt
mon h
.. n im pn
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C. L. G'ibbs & Co. Ltd.,
P. O. Box 56
BRIDGETOWN Dial 2402
MARRIAGE
A BOOK FOR THE MARRIED
AND ABOUT TO BE MARRIED
by Kenneth Walker F.RC.S..
ADVOCATE STATIONERY
IX PAYS YOU TO DEAL HERE
SPECIAL offers to all Cash and Credit Customers for Monday to Wednesday only
USUALLY NOW USUALLY NOW
Champagne Victor Cliqout bo 6.00 ..' Bacon: sliced lib. 1.20 I.OO
Cs) 72.00 .11.00
Vermouth Nolly Pratt 3.00 2.01
Orange & Grape Fruit Juice .29 .'2."i
Corned Mutton (tins) .66
Condensed Milk .34
.(10
;.vz
D. V. SCOTT & Co. Ltd. Broad Street


infill voYiMitr.R 13. i5i
BARBADOS ADVOCATE
FACE SEWN
CLASSIFIED ADS.
TFAEPHONt 2301.
I MoB .ret di)<
cMb pel "vocal
toil MEB
M|**sv"-

DIED
*OBa>AB On Monday Ms*
IMI, Elmer Aubrey (BUM- Mm funeral
i..le rr*idence. Sand Street.
fcnlj.hUto-.il at 4 o'.lor* thia afUT-
noon for the Weeafeurv CmmUti
Friend* are rfm In attend
Alma Jordan Kelt!. Jordan man. ** ri P
J.ird- >Cana n
,i n
r*K Au.tm A-an. Devon Door
Saloon with alkllna root O-wi-dnvw.
S* 31.****, rtcently ntted u tXUft
i.-iie.. .no i urrva BrtM n mo
T.lephone iM II II Sl~*n
THANKS
NDOMHG '*> the undernsncd deurc
thana all
thoae kiii "ended Iht
i Mm ,n>d (.Jbici.
i-iifd t hall
>auu
>.oned by the paaalM
D "iline;

of Mr Henry
Lutarr Wood.
IN MLMOKIAM
idvli>K mnnotv o( .
a-leeo 13lh NowmWr. IMS
We do not Td a tperial day
,r mind
The dm *e do mil ihinh of you
'...id lo f.nd
Anthony
r* i. Dora
Mm
CAK IK
mile, Nei
i1. ) .i



CAK- Hover 10 H P Perfect condition
iftmShnui M.OM mile* only Not driven
re* K HPII Treated a* only chlM
Muat be aean .ml driven to be appro-
id Apply Courtcay Oarage Fo
pedifTcr Ulal and lull particular*
Mm turn .. ii m i t

Ik II M -li
GOVEttME.Nl NOTICES
DOMINK *. POLICE (OKIE
ire required
for the Donlnlci PollctJ I to
Details of pay and allowances,
cti can m the Po-
lice Traminc S-.hool. Office. Dls-
Mel a
Applicant! will t* seen in person
at 10 a in on Friday. 16th Novem-
ber.
i itc* of Education to be
produced
- .i R T MICHEL.IN.
Cumin Iwiiiiici i I Police
Headquarters.
Bridntown,
12th November. 1951.
lj.11.51 2n.
NOTICE
Application are Invited for the
post of Joint Secretary to the fol-
lowing
Production & Export Con-
trol Board
Fane* Molasses Control i. Mar-

|| ,| Rehab-
B
IndUBtl ' I'm-' Stabiliza-
tion Re* rw Hoard.
'ill.- lalan ol the povt will da-
,< -tim mi quauAeaUoDi. but will not
Ulan 500 per annum nor
innutn. The
post is non-pensionable and ter-
minable :.l i lie month's notice on
. :.\.
Applications statins age. eduea-
lonal qualification! and own-
eme LoMthai "Hit COPIES of
testimonials should l>c addressed lo
he Director of Agriculture.
Queen's Park and will l
the 24th day or
er. 1951.
13 il 514n
tOTNTE A CO
1W,V,'//.V/.V'W//.W'''',
;: Situalitms
I n
Varant
w-o-d* 3 real* a word en) I C**kte
Al'TOMOllVK

B D C OJ
in II I
SI
Apply H W
I) II Sl-eta
i nn i
clutch Milearc " and
condition Courtesy Garage
CAB Ow VI Ford, lelt hand dtive
0 M P ;t> perfect working ordet
pplytoC B U Au.tln. Jam.. Street
II SISn
CAROn* Citroen M
Ol n.ilrn Al CondIV
r Ward Hon.. S.
I'.....
i471l
II II 11 -
ELECTRi*_AL
MACHINES and VACl'l'M
Another ahipmenl ol Iht
.... HOOVER Wnahlni Mi-
Vacuum Cleaner* Km )uat
ill early at K H. Hunte a
and aave diaappoinlmenl
ilachme 11)3 00. Vacuum
DUI 07T K K
MlSCht.LANKUUS
IM m H S1IKS
BEAI. KSTATE
Th*. undeeugiied i
C---p Cottae
3M iMm BarSwdea Tire Inauaanre
Co
" -. -re. Barbado. Ice Co United
JI . Pretereore Barbadoa Talepkone
Co I.
ISO aharaa W I Rum Ratnetv
i tssaM
ISO Sharea Bdoa DwUlicnea l-td
Far condition, of mir a pp. i i
corn.r CATPORO a CO
11.11 : .'
IM ISI H MIIKKS fSUGAK VtTS:
Delegates Ready
For New Talks
IN LONDON
NOTICE
Tk-> Phm-iiI TlaMuno OPVe.
M..r,aei ".111 be .'loeed a)
Moon or Tnnraday the ISti
C aSSMKlE wKANNVM.
A| "airoehial Treaeurc
Si Mich.
I) II SI Sn
BliNOAIOW-On, done wall BumaWw
drawing and dining room, th.e hed-
rooma. breakfan room, tolavt and bath.
landing on IS perrhee-of land Apply
Id C H M Auatin. Jair.e* Blreet
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NOTICE
I M I II > I I ( '
Sk.MJTD rtWDBJW imarked M U
envelea.- Trndrr lm 1 <-. .ill ba IW
cetved by -no up to Tue-i.
SDlh IMI for a loan to the pariah .
at**0 gb .i a rate ol mtareal not .cred
ing ** aa aulhorlard b. U>C "StaitH
Ljty .Barbadoa. loan Act IMS ...i I
aunt lo be repaid In Ave annul m.tal
menu of SI.BSt SO each together ill
Ceilinrale* i
tl'i No
rnioer. IPAI
HOUSE One Chatlrl houae Handing
on n T 10 perrlkpa of land. lUiated at
Comer of Da*-i Kood Bank Hall Apply
to C H. M Austin. Jam*. S|re*4 Alao
one -pol land. Bank Hall n S 10 pcrchea
II ^1 Si
NOTICK
-BOSVICO HOUSE- Eagle Hall Bond,
St Michael. -Ilh 4 Ann or thereabout.
of land, all encloaed
THE DWEIIJN CHOUSE contain.,
open Veiandahi. Encloaed Gallery. Dra
inn and Dining Raotm. 1 Brd'oomi. one
er> lane. Toilet and Both large Kitchen
Pantry. Store-room etc and Cellar.
The Oo.raiunenl Water aa aell aa
Windmill and Well, whvh aupplle- atei
Oarage for t Cai. BJkl Senanta' rooma
Cocoanul Tree.. Uuava tree*. Mango
Ireea. Golden Apple Ireea. and Breadfruit
treea and another portion of land planted
in Guinea. Elephant and Spur Qrata
OFrZHS IN WRITING mil be received
b> Ihe undcnlgned .ip to TUOOday Ida
13th dav of November. .14pm The
lendor doe. not fend heraelf lo accept
Uvj higheat. or any offer
In.ueclun an,, dav except Sunday, on
application to Mr* Hanachell. Tele-
phene No 1H0
tor further particular* and condition*
of aale. apply to
COTTli CATFOBD S. CO
No U. High Street,
Undgcion
1 il Si Tn
The undenlgnad will offer lor aala at
Public Competition at their office. No
IT High Stiect. Bridgetown, on Friday,
the IBth day of November. IMI. at 1
p m
The meaauage or dwellin|-h M HARMONY HAUL. lUndlng on 1
Acre*. SO Peichea of land, which U en-
cloaed. altualr near Top Bock. ChilM
Church, the reitdance of the '' Mr*
CUrke
i >i l-ii Ol "T II i
Application* for otva or more vacant
Ve.ln bhibtuont tenable at the Parry
School wilt bo received l nw not later
than Saturday Mth tnat Candidate*
mat b, aona ol P.n.h
m tiaightaoed
ii-u iha, eight and not more
vear* ol age Forma ol application .. _
be obtained frmn (he *>aruchk*l Treavurei
on orTre dayi A BapUmmal Ce.',nc.n
n.ml acconipan> i*ih application
U*i-d"Jale> .....-1 i>re.rnl lln-nwelve. Il
Hie H.ni.tei lm ev.-unati.ni on Mii.
Oil lllh in-t at 10 O'clOCk, a m
O. L DKANE.
Ve.tr> Claeh.
II SI 4
LA>NI>ON. juice and *
ttoni the COD
wealth sugar-produvkug i-oun.i
due to begin ;t rVaall
The
illt
i-an be ti-
. f..Nt
proceasiiit; <<
iutes. I
discussions with the Hnti h t. took ft B)
ernment on Novemoei 15 on ttW
quota allocated to each an
the Commonwealth Su|
men i.
The delegates hav
: v,,|i,,- \Mik-
hours Just to i"
I nih Mcl-U
The dry vvh,:i
bean .'. . ed alkallri
arO
been holding prelimin.ii v rJtaCU SCkd "vit
"..niK thcinsvhi h (JwsnseaJ
Offices of tfaa W.-t li..i,.i COsMkl ilh the >
I .1- juice In -pile Of the f.i
.it It is undet pi meiho
the delegates ha\' .unities m lh-
ipon ihc poln.i. they '
QatCteSalOtal
i? i^ wtiCoiomal Office atli
than twel-e of Food.
If.-'

AmonK the We-l Indi.m dels
gate- are the Hon. Albert limm-
of i'rinidad, and the IJon II A
Cuke, of I he ll.m
W. A. Bustamante. ol Jamaica. IS
also reported to be on his way n<
IN THE MATTER OF THE
COMPANIES ACT ltlt
CENTRAL I hi mm: LTI.
SOTlcr IB HP1UTBY OIVEN that I
cloaed from the 3rd dav of November.' re.11 iscd however,
both

I'SU) BOTTLJNG EU1I>MENT. com-
ii.ii.a I i<|ii,it 4 klr Univerul Bottle
)uir Model F*' One-man
Cajgan IHie l.inn Fill'?
nni Caibonator. and Two
Syrup tank. s M.
done S33I. Ban Fernando.
13 II M on
Enamel Ii
Ala-r.l
n.........i
WAMIH
HELP
Managma fur Hotel Berwick E.-
perlence neceiaarv Salary and vhate In
profit. Good position fnr the right
Drraon Apply al llrti In writing A E
-WlOB I -n P O Bn IM. Itrldg--
MANAGEK foi flrM cla** realdenllal
club In Wrtt Indie* Bxcellent oppor-
Tinea! unmarrlad man with
catering eapeilence PoMUon oBefS
aakarv and pan proSu of builneaa. Bo*
No B B Co Advocate.
PANTRY MA1D-A i
laid to bmi.i butler ii
i||. ^ If.I -' :>.:..
iBBaf tin
Verandah. Drawing
S BiSraeina, Toilet
Pantry Oarage and
For further particular* and condiuona
PERSONAL
Taelf ii-*i.....ii.l.-
V UATSON.
I I ( .. : . .
giving erwdil to m* IrlH H1TA Itl.A. K
KIT ' t'.:i I I i.. .,!.. '
raaponilble fur her or anyone elae bbjx
1..., li..g ,."> debt or debt' In my name
i,i i lea* bv a written order tlfned b> me
i i n :. in \t kfti
i;..- Hill
S. Patei
1 SI In
The public are bercbv warned agai
givr,, .,in , bl ...i,. IVY 11" AT.
>nee O'NalAIJt, a* I do no! hold mvi
re-pomibie lor her or anyone el*e ci
UacUng any debt or debt* In m> aai
urleat by i written order *igned by n
(UYTOS BOVEI.1-.
TIO^THF. MA
l)-rb.,.,
.< the
Apu
.*.,--
riit/.A Tlir.ATHrJ-
D hi iniei .md In peraon
(-AHHIIIEAN TlltATBES
II.. v Street.
IIOI.IMAY raartr
JUST THE THING
laaier ..**..! "
. Model C.-
in ? Bnllln^ iturnera and
iiimvru
SOI rVEfYlBS
(IKIIIS ANTIQUES.
JIWILI, CARVINGS
EMBROIDERIES, Mr.
IIIAiM'S
rr. Wm. Ilrr. W. :: DUI ItU
POLITICAL
MEETING
TO-NIGHT
Sept. 13th Nov.
AT
B WTERS KD.
Corner Kensington New
Rd. at 7.30 o'clock
In Support of the
Candidature of
MR. ALBERT A.
MAYNARD
for the City of
Bridgetown-
-The
MfrWOOfl the houi*
in mi ililQii Ni.ieinber SUth The *u
^c'fiil applicant ir.uat take up hi* dull
b) .1 .,i,.i.irv 4th All application* treati
lit alrtcl confldei.ee 4 11 SI I1
MTI AJIONft WANTFII
Kaperle.ice.1 Shorthand t>pl-t lemal
tn leading Arm of SolKiloi
n England Oood reference aeel
preferably with legal firm
ply Bo* B B C-
* D-P
i Advocate Ad-
13 II Sl-3n
MISCELLANEOUS
BOTTUES Cle.
While Park Boad
I on HBNT
HOUSES
i COTTAGE Bedford Avi
HOMESTEADUpper Belmonl Road
rn bedroom* dining room. *lttlng room
fillen. all conveiihmcM Apply within
11 II SI a>
niE GLEN. St Lawren..- U-P I >
.hed apartment Call ST1S
Peter Morsar..
r Hotel
13 It Sl-1
THE Biiildi
ig known a* "Berwick
ng 14 bedroom*, bar
*. F. TAV1/>H ITT)
Coleridge
Dial 4100
pubiii nrr herebi rornod
ii.l giving credit lo mv wile AIJlER-
l MAKHHAI.I. mre IIOVUX. a* I d
leaponaible for her o
mm ..;. Mnlnraas sn* debt o
debt. In .....b) ii -rlttei
order iigned b> bm
IV. .Mill. VtAKSM Ml.
AUen View
St Thotru.
13 11.51 In
i 30th
i N.
Secrelary
I'uhlir iilfiriiil Sak
, Tueaday the I3h l-i of Novt
1M1 at the hour of I o'clock
Bltemoan will b Bold at my ol
ne Mgre.1 bidder for any Bum
All
I *o.
... .1
I la Man*
Peler. butting and b
Svdncy Aboah d
Tlii1 Alexandra School, i
Norman MuaaHUMU. or. land*
lane commnnlv InwWfl M
Slat go lane together w ith
Dwelling Houae liter eon Mai
ice* appralaed thereto a* follm* *
The -hole proper.- appiaUed to TWO
THOUSAND FOUR Hl'NDHElt ANU
FIFTY IKKJ-Mt* .fcl.eoO IW. Attached
o-n aaajaaal Tlnvothv for and tuaida
laStarttOn, .
A.t.ng
,*( Maivh.l Offl.
, Oclober. 11*11
Eiguanite i parei r

hag in.!.' ed ) laldt frotn five
eifhl per cent.
] is pe
able in mill.'.
COS s are
I
nongalli tain ton
iimri' Of MCTO e tn DUU k
l.iiiilon. but his nil "v l"ii of pp
hi to be t-ennccied wiih banana eoatj an em do*i
Ere-.h Liyht -eased
There are great hopes aUnoOl s vallaa at
the delegates that llailain'i na* "' i>' In* !* svstem. the mag"-
Covernnient will rtTffUd then ' more mills will
freh light. It i I ''"' I" ""' ,; v
that the I-.
Governnirnt ha.v nut
of Director, [lo get a proper grasp of the d*- BOIllpaUlll II USbll the Fluu
tails Involved and thai fa
[reas.n the talks may be :.
.protraeted. The lm t Ui.it Mr _____
'Alan lx/iinox-Buyd. the new
Minister of Si.it. i ,.i Colonil
Affairs, who will undoubtedly
play a leadniK roia In tni
siuns, u known to be syrnpathetii
towards the West Indu
regarded as a hopeful portMll
Several points In the draf
I igreernent an
ceptablr tO the COaWatOnwealtl
producers They iielievc lh.it tin
propoH-d terms Of the ngreemen
do not Miflii-ientlv ei.trench tin
itoltcy nt Intel ('iiinminiiu.il' ,
marketing undei preferential eon
provide rn>n*pleti
tpanaion prtafnui
While the pn-hiiei iei.>Kn:
lhat prod ictlon
taken int.. .n.uunl Ifietn pi i<
are negOtlatad, they believe IrMTt
should itv no question .if an)
R DOUGLAS. CUmm..nwe..lth pltKhlCCI
able to institute an irupiirs mt'
the production costs ol .itmthi
SHIPPING NOTICES
land
I 10 31 3n
LlQl'OR LICENSE NOTICE
i-ip ith ahedn
SI Mkc
land. St Micl
Mil Spirit*. Mall
t.vanl and .hmgle
.ttached at Ivy l-and.
Dated Ihi. loth day .f November. ISM
Tn F A MrlXOO. Eaq .
police MagUtrale. Dl.t A
i * Mil. Ill ACKMAN.
Applicant
N B -Thl application will be ronitd
**r*d at a Ltcenilng Court to be held a1
l> i .. .i CAM A .'n Tuewrtav Id
30th day "I Nnvember. 1B31. al 1
'
M.llfll
An Official Visit
St l,: I
Phi Honourabla Mr. D. K
Chief Jusiaoa or th
windward ind laeaward Iilaodi
p in the oolonj on .....mn..;
\.-it work li fL**n|
oi. a new building at Ml W (
dale wlinh i- U> '-' 'he "hief
Slop Pyorrhea
In 24 Hours
C.AIANII I INK IIMIIIU
(aai ii-"
a s "POni Aim vi
H m..: fi.n llobait Septeniliei 2Mi.
M, 11...nine Ihtober 4th. Sy,|.
.( iHlober 90th. llilvbane October 31th.
| and lla'badu* Nitvember 34lh
li. addition to general raign On.
iinI haa ample apace for chilled and
iBigo
I'lrd on through BUI* ol
I,.dlng for 11 iMIHdad 10
aalg .nd Wlndwaid
paltlculur* uppli
WlTHi . CO ITU an.
DaCOSTA co I P0
Trinidad. aVartiaaSM
MIIMK, .1. tivt.illl NSW
n w i r w i
BE WISE . AIIVUITISI
ii- M V 1)AEIIWK)D- will
accept Caro and I'aaaenger* for
M Ll i:mi-d. and Aiuba
Paatenger* ..nlv for St Vlncenl
Sailing Tmnaday IStn iml
CABIUBEK iv 111
accept Cargo and Pa**enger* for
Dominica. Antigua Montaemt,
Nevia and Si Kill* Sailina
Flidav 10th ||>I(
The M V -MONFJCA" -ill
accept Cargo and Paaaengen for
Dnentnlea. Amlgiia. Mnt.taerrat.
Nevi. and SI KltU I).,ie l
aalling lo be notified
The M/V "C L M TANNIS
will accept Cargo and J>a**ene*r*
md Trinidad &>i|.
ing Friday tilth In.t
a m i -. iiii.im ii "vu.
v-^.ii t t mis i., i
......^- r.le Ng 4-CI
^Atceo, **""* C*

M \OltK SERVICE
I Teeth I
i baSes 13th November. IMt
id... tin Drcemb-r, IB01
aaHOjlaaal IMh ly-c.mber. IMI
teelh fall I
I ,
i ovi a ioi\n
LOST
TICKETS Sene* G
0447. Seta Finder pleaae
nuodndge. Farm IM ,
13 II 'in.
SWrrt-STAKE TICKET Serte* P
The
I il l>
RACE TICKET B.TC. Race
Serlea P. No 1)01 Inacrlbcd
Smith rnd C Mayer* Finder rewarded
on returning *ame to Advocate Advertl*-
in6 D*pt 13 11 St -in
V0>VVVaA--e4i*Ve*i<-tj1
TO-DAY'S NEWS ELASH
Local view. In colour on O
Card*
Khealh Knlvaa
Pica* Bultoni lilted lo you
r,il|-.-..N- STATION!: "V
//////AV/A
COVERNiMENT NOTICE
CHAIRMAN
Mr. JAME8 A. Tt'IM>K
SPEAKERS |
Mr. D. D. Garner
Mr. G. II. Adaim. M.C.P.
Mr. F. U Walcoit. M.C.P.
Mr. J. E. T. Brancker.
M.C.P.
Dr. H. O. Cummins.
M.C.P.
Mr. E. W. Barrow
Mr. J. C. Tudor
i;..mn ,-tiwealth producer,
posed in the Ann
Limitation
M ii ,. .suggestion in the
l>ropM'd Agreeineiu ti
should be pl.i.iii upon
expiii J ol sugar from it*
and Dominions over .hi fiElU-ye..i
period. The Commonwealth pro*
lllK'l .illllUt tOCapl thl* le****W*1
iniui.it in.in 11 .iK ii it: ..:. given bj
Jl parties to Uic In'.
SUfBU AKleelltelit
Cognmoiiweulm ptoduecra re-
ghrd the coneluaiim of itie CORI<
aOfiweallh Sugar Agreement. Qfl
eeasonuble terms, as l'in of tin
utmost Importance .m,i I
e that ihere is an atv
for a new internatioinl Sm: ll
Agreement dealgnad i" balenni
the requirement* ol the world'
growing population an.l the out*
put oi tin- producing countries
Canadian Agreement
Negotiations wudl terted '
Tonjuay thlfi yeur DstVI
In the contlusion in OUawi
ugar agreement under
Tanada agrees to buy fro
Dommiran Republic dm ing
of the years 1952 and 1953, 84.500
short tons of raw sugar, an an-
nouncement from inti.v.i 't.
This represents 43 get
the 150.WJO thort tons whn h
UM) maximum total quantity i
non-preferential augor in rvipecl
Of which the Canadian OOV
mem is prepared to enter
similar negotiations with tra-
ditional suppliers or m
ential sugar It If un**
arrannemenUi will be i
whereby Canadian importer
!," pai ted \......H
at the same prices Ml
down for Commonwealth supi;
Cnnada entere agreement with Cuba f>.i TI
short tons some months ago.
New Chemicnl
The first basic fjuitgl
processing of raw sugar In Mfl
I years has been developed, accord-
ing to the New York nUU.....
hemltml Enilneerlns 1
u i l.ims. i' s high-'i'i'
duct with higher purftv '
i nrr-liiction OB', ,n Ne* York report.
In the new process
!t.-.w.ler nlted Rlguanit
1,,.,, M| h ha* !>-"
Lnea ib* Th.
j stance seuaritte* dParvt*/*
and mm' I In rnne
riiiubl' Btaaj Ihl* di.eaae now ailli lh*
um* la H*a*WrSV 4>s*Va aof*

lad in
lh *vel
:.,!
BARBADOS ARTS AND
CRAFTS SOCIETY
ii.\ Hi H
STFAMgl
: I IMI
-nt ihhim vii
\M\ OIU.EASS SERVICE
i asrvi
a Barbadoa Slh Navember. I0SI.
e* Barbadoa Brd November. IML
,-. n.iiiado. 7lh December. IMI
CANADIAN BERVKk
For PyarrhraTnnca Mol
I-
I
sntD Annual Met I 1
iA'liiiii. ^
ol Mamiieis of the above *'
I .11 be held .it
rVhltepark (b)
i mi pel mil Ion ol tin- Bi ll
nMpre*
i.. Ird at B.iri
IhS Aiuim,
el< I
M l\ IMI
i iTaWuna
A STFAMFH
Na* lllli
NnV Hud
Dec Sth
Dec Mth
vH Al<< A I-I ANTE It Ihie Barbado* Oclober lllh.
I..i s irei.ee Blver Port*
i".in i: I TllllM LTD NEW YORK AND OUIaf* HI
APri.V:-n% CORTA a> CO. ITTICANADIAN SI
SACUENAY TERMINALS
Hepi.it ..i
mitto
A MILLS.
Acting Hoe
. -.-. .:.:*..;;;<,*.
ATTENTION is drawn to the Control of Prices (Defence)
I (Amendment) Order. 1951, No. 33 which will be published in the
loftlcial Gazette of Monday 12th November, 1951.
3. Under this Order the maximum wholesale and retail selling
I prices of "Milk-Evaporated" are as follows:_____________________(
ARTICLE
Milk-Evjporatfd
WHOLESALE PRICE
(not more than)
$12 69 per case
48 x 14} 02. tins
48 x 10 oz. tins
$12.21 per cose
96 x 6 or. tins
RETAIL PRICE
(not more than)
We would appreciate the opportunit> to (|iiti
FLAT EVERITE SHEETS
TEMPERED H VROBOAKI)
OILED SOAKED HARDBOARD
CENTRAL EMPOBMVM
IMPORTANT
NOTICE
12th November, 1951
13.11 51. In.
Note Neu- Addr
BEARD &
Prince VVilluim
i Over L
i Cl
e GREIG
Ham i *
.
4683
our house oi
quantity nf cn-
i from England. U.S.A.
.nt.i
ivi. i
Wilson on the
juestion of buying or dispos-
t*pe of house.
>hop or factory
; i- km: BOOK
Which Makes
GOD'S WAY OF
Any clothes It'll
following Si.mLuy IUUii
thy Depot! before 1><
, 31st, 19^0, will
be sold. In ftilun
inl
-
will It*' sold.
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Marhill Depot
Aqualir Depot
St. Luwrenct DcimiI.
CANADIAN SERVICE
Erom H;ilil;i\. N.S., mid Montreal.
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PAGI <. i i i
BARBADOS ADVOCATE
TUESDAY, NOVEMBER U. 1951
Robinson
Ys Turpin
In June
ran
".t>~ world m*t slated hi New York that Rob-
Dl K> l" Europe IB aSSS
March or early April and poasi-
bly remain thr-rr until Lite um-
'. a mi* Arm ivi London
ae-almtt Randolph Tuipui. He
will probably defend hi-, ntle
against Turpin In Juno, said Mr.
OaJnford.
m Europe.
If he still has the Utlo, ha a*lH
defend it iv Am.-i it .. : i:.1-'
ny logical challenger who can
Bui -iiH Mr. (, .mlm "
Jf there is no leubimate chal-
lenger of his weight, then Robin-
son wiB seek a boot with tl-
world lighl-heavyweiK'r.
lot), J'*- Maxim, cither
non-title.
HOVU \\l I MM.I
Hritont* Haw Dane
A Magnificent Job
MVfl BVS1 MMWrY

LONDON '
U> arriving, in London
on had this to say:
IN THEIR 8KY BLUE convertible the Royal Couple drove thru.,*!,
by one and a half million enthuitic Canadian., packed a deep in toe
metropollv
mtreal atreou where they were greeted
ii-ned in %aorienes in the heart of the
(Federal IvvMnftOtB I
Cable and Wireless
Heading For Win
\nother Ilo\ii!r,
Champ From B.C.?
LONDON
Brttlan i>xu.|f writers an
praising Al Brown. ,, light Weight
fiom British (iuiann, fir wlvmi
tranr In the ri
Mi- had hia first tight in
last March.
In his latent bout, he defeated
a Welsh l>oxer. ToCBBBJ J"i
with ii right croes whi. I Men-
01 >., one mlnut
oi the second round. *""?. BOWUn|
ixlnfl expert who m tlie ; ?*?* V,"11'- 5*if*!
nghl rteclaied "Me hOWCd thai ta* ;\ ""
Another West Indian boxer w'> '* 'u" head. Cable a R IP**? J" Jnr
wh.. b being watcivta by the Wirele, sets K "ft*?"? i."^
British experts i* Eric Thompson, /or 5b i ended on
a Jamaican who has fought berore 'he second day.
in England. At prwant, he 1,
sparring partner to Rag WOdi
the Brnaab bMvywntfW bopa.
THE SECOND ilay'i, play in the seventh round of
Intermediate Crtckai ntntanM ended on Saturday. Cable
6 Wifvlaai ara In ;i strong position '.< utriffht
.-.,] Mnspi',,1 aj the Mental HoaptUll
firoundi.
' s sast
r .1 scoring 184
Men- ,um.-m:u
SPARTAN
N WuOd H K rrn-r
II. CMuwk t Finr ii
A, nutn.. '.II l.i .
C Wood b H. lunmi
Wlndvi
T..IAI
n.rr.
Wllkle
A Ik In.*
Tli-i'-

I M.I l-H I I M.I I HIV ISIIIS I
Awn-: B. Weal Bmraekh AJbtan :i
Arton VlUa 0. Char I ton Athletic 2
Blackpool ; Ffewcaatle United I,
Chrlavn 4; Mancheairr United 3.
arty s; Putnam o
HWaeiaBeld Town Tottenham Hot-
apur I.
Liverpool I Bolloti Wanderer* I.
alancheairr chv j. Midd Lr-brminh 1-
-..til< t Stok^ CV> 1
StiiKiiTland 0. Burnley V.
Wuiv>rlM>miv>n Wandeen I, Preelon
End *
I M.I l-H LKAI1HK IMVI-lns
aarnlle i l.i.r.trr Clly 3

I S.,uttMinplnii 3.
CM I. I tout a>Ur Hover* |.
mill City 0 nimilnii>..) tllN I
Lutin. Town Sheffield Wedn>*da> 3.
Leedi United 1
Queen 1*..ik Kin |, II.Ah.Hi^i ,
UnltM *
Shetneld l-niird I Vulli.^h-n FOreal
t
watiiea Town 0; Kverlon I
Wnthnii> Unlle.1 I. nrenlfotd I)
ISOIUei IJ:AIII I IHHi.liis :
Beutaem n i irneampuU ani n Hew b
AtniiMi.' I Plymouu) Ar/l 3
muhLm end Have Albion a. Watlm
llriatol Clly 1: t*>ton OrMnt I
IlillliUh.tm 1. Aldrnhnt 3
tpa*irh Tn 0. Walaall 1
Mi,..11 llnM.,1 BjDO)
Nrwpntt County 4. Kaeti
Niiilhalnlilun Tim n '. ( t i
I \-.l---Mi-indoti Ton 2 tlr
Biealna 4. rou-i.e-i.-. United /
loutheMl fnit-d i. Net
Tnrniiav Unilrd 1. *nr->- -i
who w. ns 140 rani
(lor the I iss of rive wickets at the
end of the fiml day's pi..
oora to L'hi
for 8 wickets declared on
I IparUui rwpliad with
N Wood tha opening
\[ .2 runs lo topacote.
I it was the best bOwlai
Inal bowi-
.
lalden. 15 runs, four Ottaq landinM down ten
overs look thu'c
'
second bu alaetad II
In the Raajmant-WanoV
ilnad a tint
innings lead over Wanderers who
cored 132 runi In Ibeir nrat turn v, iWm ta Rolieri'
al tha wicket, RaaAnianl replied c Krtaeai
with Ifitt runs, Skipper I-hmael. l^X^
tonacotini with 34 runs.
At the end of piny Wanderers
had scored 73 runs and lost seven
wlckfltl innings.
At the Garrison. Ilrkwick bat-
ling the whole day knocked up
147 rims for th>
ki-ls in their first inning* In re-
ply to lit run- i i
t day of play.
aftern
|W )ob in proVtdUag gift*
and inter* t dm toana par itia ra-
in of Jamalra hurricane
norm less. This time Britain has
treated us lint as
ters-in-law but as partner*. And
we are grateful."
Reasons which he Is prepared to
disclose and some which he is not
i talk about have
brought Bustamante to England.
They are ihe annual n
prices pr< .the long
term banann contract: the long

trad'"1 am not heading
delegation but you can say 1 am
tremendously interested in sugar"
-and finally the decision as to
how the gills and interest free loan
shall best be used to put Jamaica
rack mi her f Japanese CoUori
>\ ants 3441.il. Loan
WASHINGTON. Ni>\ II.
The Bxport-Import Bank will
NEW SOUTH VTAUDI defeated .,..,,. ,- on the ap-
I ,.i ona-da, Iriandl, crkkel Japan's cotlo. to
, natura at SutberUnd, si. Lucy, tha nW;W " ''"""toy. 'he Hank said on M'A-v.
Uesja bat- Hatting llrst. New South Wale. He imU I $4U.0W)0fH .oan
( ,,lkl.; SCOrad 102 runs and they skittled being studied and an analysis oi
Ihoan. for 54 runs. he req.^remen of Japan s ^ndus-
W. Cadogan and D. Lewis, each try haa.delayed the J^"^ docUion
to th. II ih coring 26 runs, were bes sc-ore,s * Ih.^Agen.y had expected U
I | ulnof New South Wales. OJfcj "SaT^BcS > mtcd out there
a toi band, scored 23 out of Sw^t- ,/J ^m J S that bc-
M 2 ""Hit-, total o, 54 "J2 SVS&Sutin will not
' BowUni honours of the day ..uaiify for the loan
001 live wick- IS wmt u> S. Lewis "I Ntw BUah ,(,. Lll that the Export- Import
f^"1- Wales who took 7 wickets lor 14 BanK has ,.xteiuled M
Carlton won '.. staaal runs ln 6 overs. The o.her three to cotton industries of other na-
iwaathonM w-cawta wan taken by iiona, The request wag made some
uiia. rounoal I <".ninth for 14 runs in 7 overs, time ago by Japan's Premier
Innlngaj knotked up 109 runs aim bowling for Sweet home. J. l ear- Slugeru Yoshda. He outlined lo
CarHOD al lart >coreu w-00*1 a"d C. Grant took 5 wlrkets the Hank Japan's needs
H4 ni even **> ',,r 22 a"d 2U runs respoc- -pec: to markeunn and
PAINS ol PILES
ittpfi ia 10 Miaul"
aaJae. KrlUe< and iinat*nt fr-m PlUa
!.( Ik- dlr..*f o* Mye. (toenaerlr
kn...n Mr..(..,! I Hytea atari, to
work te IS mlnetaa anal not only ato*-
t* Mia fctil alee takee e-t UM await
r*-b rurtane eUtee
MM rua*d by PU eue an Haad-b.
NtnwMiin. Backnn.*. ruBadn.il..-
tnee W eaertT aakltlty. end imtnnl.
atepeeltlnn Oat Mytea frem year
aruswleigr-odny --4W ts* '"
onrnnle* Hptea aneM etna swar pSM
nlna and iroebl*. or money
return of empty pack***.
Police Beat
H. College
rfaw S. Wales Wins
Friendly Game-
NO CONSTIPATrOft
FOR 25 YEARS
**My husband introduced
ALL-BKAN hortly alter 1
married. I use it in my coolung as
well as for break-
fast. The result:
we're regular as
clockwork!" Mrs.
Antonina Graziano,
453 Garfield Ave..
Jeraey City, N. J.
Out aS many utso-
firilerf lottrrs from
ALL-BRAN tilers.
If you suffer froni cwnsUpalion due
to lack of dietary bulk, eat an
ounce (about J-4 cup) of criepy
Kellogg'* ALL-BRAN daily, dnnk
plenty of erster. If no* satisfied
after 10 days, return empty bos
to Kelloan Co. of Gte.l RiUla. LW.,
M*achlw, sssajtsat.
W-'l POUBLS TOL'g HONtT MCll
////////.V/A/W/AW
OWLma ANALYSIS

I Alt
WIBSLkHS .. HKMTA1
HOSPITAL
i Mill a WlkKLSH~l>l laelaft I
MENTAL HOaPITAL -l-i Inmnaa
r Beat b Lnwteae I
C. Quint yiw b Lawkku
B..ba(tl
C'ABLS A
William. .
nrti
b l-l.
1'iitiiliiB 1- i.qbi b Lswleaa
i |jle-.
Huvk l> Ui-K.n/ir
Caitai nt out
Knkrhl b Mt'Krnl.r
ToUl
IIOWLINrt ANALYSIS
McKrnilp
13
K Kyelyn -coreil U rUOB.
> Scores
I" i.l'll M I. IMS......I. \\ r.\\
i t U.-r>.r. Iir.i I...H...
\ ,.nJ;;."".,," v '
'A PtUUhN i
J riarkr -\,l
V. Watt, atpd
ii...
Urnj
Roberta
TABU: A. WIHCi.gftS and Innine-
u ii. m i. Wiiiiama .
M(lhi-. b Hk
tewkHa b Kniehi
b Wllllauta
I
Oilkr. b William.
Robert. nn|
EJiUe^
lissed for
1>- runs in their 1000001 iniiinn
i took three wickets for
Hn.p.u- aad Cantral -u.o a*.-oitM
outright victorias over Y.M.P.C.
a n d Combermcte respectively.
i thatr maiata with
..ii ii ill rims m (haSD
Iii?l inniiiK-s after Uiey dismisseu
Y.M 1M tor 4H runs. Failing lo
p-awanl I on. y.m.p.c.
tUad out fur 51 runs in
their secmiti Innlnai Boat bowline
a as givei.
by C. Beckles who took four
", wickets for nine runs. Thus Em-
3 pire won by an innings and 12
* runs.
'J Coiih. rrnili' in tdeu ni>l 111-
l| Dlngl scored IIS nil
' i : rut their turn. Win.
. .1 lii^t lnninB. lead I U ii.i
- In their second lum .it the wicke*.
..1I for 80 run... R. Braak)

W d stubborn 2^.
Needing 4.'> run
a Central at the end of plfl) had
scored 47 run i fbr two
i\a..r. .. Rsanema
VHPC I i. ||
niptre Firil Ilium,. Ill (t

Oiii ta. ii ii,.....
m.

;p.iliements of cotton.
rtth re-
other re-
i-jr.
HORNIMAN*S
is
b rieM
Sfc.'
Sc'iiilhorpo Umtrd i. Rochddlr
Souinputt 3. ILillfaa Town 3
Lincoln tit) > Amwsioti Stanli
Oldham Athlrtu t. OMa
aVuntherne United 3. Kochdale I
S--.U*rt 3. Hnllfa. Town 3
11 lanaMTi aevei
I (.,!.. II I M
C fasaeff it i S
O. Rkrale S I SO
t S 31
tMin 4 0 IV
M ProverlM 4 D |S
A. Field J ti 4
n >( >!'> Iniani.
A 8e.W I......Ill
b t'larkr
I A Lewi. rr.wd.id n Phillip.
Ikeetel.be i. riuin,..
I
Proverba c a. b Wti.
I> Clalkr
. I Clarke not out
itaSa not out
r.lraa
In Touch With Barbatios
Coastal Station
Cable and WlreUen iWeat fcadMmi Ud
iiIvib tnat lh*y ran nov. ronu
wltlt Uie inllowlna ahlpa Uiraiiak lhn
Harbadoa Coail Su,||iHI
I Me Po-mer. a Bui
Canadian Chailenser. a a. Colombir
Alcoa Pennant. Ti.la. a Dol.i..
1 Ampac Calllortila. Del 8t>d.
i RMrtuimyan, Sensamon.
Seapexrl. Menu -.ceull. I i tin.
tort. Ar ! .
'
Una
TVun.
st. In ,t I-..
i ...i i nivi
Aberdeen 4. Partuk ThUUe 1
ili.nui 4: Queen of the Seuid 1
Morion 3: HlbtniUn 1
KodaWWen I. Dundee 1
Hall'i 'over. I, Airdmuiuiii'
. 1 wbta >

r
Hal
si,i .in. All...
Mir
a. i
Wait.
I l*At.l K invi.ios n
Albion Hovrr. I, St Juhnatoni> 0
Artaroalh 3; Ftilkhk (
Ayr United I; Cowdnnb m I
Clyde 4; Alloa nlnien. *.
Dun.bartiin J: Fnrfar Alhletlc I
Dundee Unlitd
Dunlarmliiii
Acadeniicnl* 0

IRISH l.At.l r
Mai.i" l| Dmtj Cil 1 Hi-
Cllftonvllle I r.lenavon 4
<: EMttUler 3. Linlleld 3 l-
f-.ULl...-ii S Ard- I
Portadown S. Ballymena l'i
i o j e
nil i VS, Plt-KMHK At \,.i I .is
l.mBirr llnl laalaa. IIS
-I Si
,. Lewi. 1. It
C Mc-ur not 31
I IS
M Foater t Amory b Skm* !
b Preacod IS
. IUikii* b Amury 4
Eolra. IS
Total 11. ,

HOWI1NO ANAI.YSI1
I'.... .-I

< i via \i
i.......as mi
Weak*. 30.
WHAT'S ON TODAY
Toiler Courts 10. ajn.
1 nurl ol C.rand '.-Mmi-
1U.V0 a-m.
I- ir i. .,!. Labour 1'arty
Mreting In support of Mr.
i: < Mapp and I>r. Cum-
mins at iv ...it village.
St. Thomas R.OO p.m.
Ilarbadoa Labour l"art>
Mectin*- In support of Mr.
G. H. Adams and Mr.
I I Smith al Majen
Corner. SI. Joaeph ft H
P. m.
Klretors Aoaociation Mert-
* Ing at Hone Hill, St-
Joseph, in support of Mr.
U R. 4'owATd H.D0 ii .
I'ollce Band Concrrt at IUs
tins* Koefca in aid of Ihr
Almalr Home X.00 p.m.
Mi inii- Cinema at swotssss's
Hill arra. St. Michael
H.00 p.m.

I 1IMI1I KMl.l
i mere
t'rntril 1
I
Comber.'.-. M iR
Blanker 34. V. Knie 3 SRSWJ
Central Seeond .7 rsafl f<

II tltkliON 1 in 11..... FOLK I
Harrlaon Coll.a. 1.- InnUHn 7'
M..ri..,.i (Vile,,. s*,..,.| |nii.rf. tf
C Bpnneer I wn krK !.,< MJ .
hi ninai
CABXTOM i. POt sn*riON
Foundation Flnit Innnuu
Talltun V .1 1.. .,k.
bet

at
V/OU CAH TYPE, FOU? AMD TOTE
A&AUJADS OF THE RRrVfS MAII~,ANP
asccevte's too busy to Nonce
They'll Do It Every Time
By Jimmy Hatlo
FERGUSON tractors
WITH THE
FERGUSON system
n fi b fad ill id Lurge Plantation Owners alika.
. lor. the price of which la only a fraction of that of
1 full rr..ck" Tractor
STOP THAT
..hi, 'Qanda
VAPOUR RUB
in NM UOaskWUC > *t'Ol'kisim; oimmi.nt
for use In SSMB ol local conseallon and
inllamatlon. head and chest cold-, eoushs.
Iioarsene-s and threat IrrlUlioii-. F.xcellenl
for Nasal Catarrh,
A 2-OZ l*OT FOR M GDITI
ai k:\m-iit* hhi . HwmmSB

SET tXIT A PER50NAL
lBtter od owwuy time-
ANO- WOT HOPPEM ?
HEREB MOT MOPPBN !! / GUESS I'll
LEAVE EAW.V
roaiY.Miss
QKXX.V I'LL
TAKE THE MAIL--
UMMP*'. R4TKER
USWT TOtv.
SN^IT?
S3JO.t.O
licld
maalng job ..f Ploughing and i> ->t horn* e'ahpi in Ihe
on Uic road.
n famouj Traelon ure ..l>o botomn.,:
lngly p-M : ng flnp work.
1 Hi Inily wo'* :. rrul nwictiini. and
"Minslrotion for youpluu^hing, liaul-
ii -1 ,.,,-. gran cuttlna or whl Ki arlll
COURTESY
GARAGE
ROBERT THOM
Agcnti
FLANNELETTE
With the cooler rtrghli nearby
Ihit will make excellent covering
iheeti. 30" wide in Peach, Muo,
Green & Grey A Qj p., .,d rftOF
IMITATION LINEN
In plain sUadat of White, Navy. Roto,
Green, Blue 36' w.de. Excallenl
(or all wear.
per yard.
$1.09
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