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PACK FIGHT BARBADOS ADVOCATE FRIDAY. NOVEMBER II. MSI RACING RESULTS B.T.C. RACING Ramadhin And Weekes Out Of Match vs. \.S.W. AI mi OAftMSON WRATI'fi. Fan \ll\ I MKt R IV 1MI. THA-K M THIRD DAY 15th ftACI s\\\\\\H LODOI HANDH \T • Overl— %  -• %  tlS. *11$ Mtt..i I 126 lbs. Hon J D. Chi 111 lbs. Mi R Denis Barnard Jiicki 120 lbs. Dr. A W. L*k< Joi k.y .A.Oornw. T^^,r..^i,v^: FIFTEENTH RACE Sivannah liodgr Handicap nu in thu roy m the V...I cUW| by Hl-Lo. Approaching the stands (or the the From FRANK MARGAN British Guiana to 1 con I, MCattOY 1. DIAMOA . TIKI .!'. PAHl-MiTurx „, >..-. c.. ..... ..— Md >n<| wl< |n lh|> iio#|llon wb FORECAST t* 20. .he Held p .SM.S1 the .lands. N"ALSO RAN Ma (Ml Il.. I.'. Il( ll *. Ing the nve furlong pul. mrheln Miss Friendship1116 lbs.. YvonctJ. .nd challenged tut HiSTATIT Goon FINISH CVaM I ', lentlh. I langlh.l Lo maltllalne,! hit le.J_. A WINNER: 4-.VI-..W bt.K H• r-zeTRAINERMl .1 W tli.indler I nth Race tfll 111 t'AltlBlir.AN IIAMilf M< %  •• (Inly—11 DM. J15. tlU. IM — Farlaag* A I ..ll.tiwl we, •' pAti'ithe siraUti: lenfr Infusion who however refused to yield any ground. Sweet Rochal iI.uL-lim.in upt meanTlie West li.die* ctlcnet muri! while kept wall to lh.fore and '*"•* !• b* in line for the tun I Sf/UOe* I ll rif mac raced down the h. % %  < the u*., - l SV^IiriSUIlcis eaaily. High and Low waa now the matcl. \l„of!ni> lunnina In the second place but a w i iis IT** Boulh Wales al Swii.'r MIL 11II J{ la away from the Judi. ickat _.__ ___. _.., „.,,. h ._ ovartook her. Sweet The tourists picked I %  "' % %  f'"''%  mouMa lo • -aecond ''VVXJ t.. play the stron. New SouUt moling Into year in spite of the Welshmen Rania.11,,,1. WaMic, H ; lad race., usu-.-, and Stollmeyer are out ally held :. %  ; %  aving VaU-n'.ii e rla.li wilh their fixture bowline; attack on liar Test batsThe date, of the meetin, w.l men Morris Miller, Burke, ljndbe December 26th and 2lb .nil Barmt. Jan., beless crowds are lib ,'"" It to roll lun in their thousands to II"meeting should et n ible wlriaei %  lengths away I .is second by i, NOTONITF. It7 I 1 lbs Mr C. A. Peirce hnraes uaWu the clock H 1. h TWENTIETH RACE ion out: tumuli Nursrrv Slakes hon Coll.-.. s ..„ „, „„. .,ui.-_ ,.„i,., n | uMM tf Croasley, pulhM a -tar-.er and CM on af to go definitely to the fore H • h ,,,.i JV ul lhe gate.. Mr, V. Chase. Mr. V I Win $7., Place I 1 Ni i 44, 51 I PRETTY WAY .101 + 1 lbs 3 LAND MARK 126 lbs TIME 2.06* PARI-MCTl'M %  AST* $37.32 ALSO RAN: Atomic II (126 lbs Yvoneti. Quit Site (113 lbs., CroBsltf) Rod Cheeks (126 lbs.. Quested*. EW-ljclhan 1120 1MB., HoleleTl. START: (lood FINISH Easy M' : lengths. 2 lengths). WINNER: 3-yr-old br c. Finif.is-ETnpiivs Josephine TRAINER Mr. J T Flcl. II llltir liHIUWlHM i — %  — — maintained the lead to win halt Dlaroee: My Love II. Champagne aed Hie lean, that nave Australia with Mr. 0 no will a length ahead ol Viceroy (Hold Rambler Rose la.I the shock n( their life in the first give them all particular* l>,, imTi up) who wns huattod to lake s< n carried I. >. 4. 7 an. : %  •' I P.i aJaVM I -"-c"A nnd place Mvm.s a Kngih nheed fl Ithi n (actively. inM in UM nexi p ( j ^ w a mM (A. ClOhH-i UP -l\ I I I \ t ,l KACK KoUlh ( .ir.M.inii 1 l.n.di. ,>|' the-1.. a rt hSumBa (I Hm..:. r Rose mar, lying in ll •lr% kr.it Ihc next putMJit. Iiuniiucrque I" Tft at 8ydne> on Nuvember M foil mtod up) Hd ?d by Newrquc %  >< altbouiti la .Midland Scon 254 Vii-iii— t PakisUn I.Ill !Ucr: nitlC.IITON HANim Al'-ciua 'G • Its. MB. •.—5'. FurliHiEv & UHrr-HH I nRl'RV LAm 10* I ^l^ A. I, %  Jockc; l/lli l< : Vvond. follOWVd !oi Yvonn. f 0 n„ w ,^ by OT.f."St NoWnllt.third ami Atrnni %  UigriMthu •I in It JU8T B> ('HANCt: IS2 IhR Mr N %  JOANS STAR 10H ]liMr S J Rotk TIMB: I.I6J PARI-MITTUF.I. Win SI.84. PliinH2*. $1.14. $2 80 th r fourih |Kiailion FORECAST: $7.80 ALSO RAN Kb W.HMiip (H .u. Dotsam (127 11M.. All), the thn-.fuMoni: |*>lc. At Ihl. Wilniar (116 Ibtt.. Cruwleyi. Did*-n. (120 lb*.. A. Gomes). Front ttuKf Ihe Held slowiil down I H A Held of seven gol off 1> Uirly good start wlih I'K" Way ridden by Lutchman and %  ii KU-.t I.r the prei %  iho tw Mch canflng oWB and three tutloi pound! overweight rWpcdtniy. Thl s win anoth.-r nine furlong .vine th*h< is BaAi d Ihe Stands for th*first time. tty Way was u. !lierformance. th.tour \<> all appearLAHORE, P-AlaiaJ Nov. 15 %  meet was being a flop with Ihe &iKlnd on ThurMaj KOt%d IM %  ""Hisands tlllt pakiatai, hn fiom Ihe earl> %  of the 'he tourigU brnrnrs L. . i ... . i •* near 'he team'* hotel dui did more than fJOO butthe THINTYUKST RACE ( nnviiiiiiioii Hopper (118 Iba. HarrlwiH,:> OavOttg (127 lb*. Holder). ?^^^PT Oood. FINISH ClOa. ('lengili. head). WINNER 2->"-"lii h li. I IT 1> n-Nrlle Owynne TRAINER Mr. J. M. Luughlin. but Pretty Way WM still in the this rai lead. i COmkU :i round Ihe bend Ha* 1Mb BA.fi NI l KM IIANim'APtdo. TRAINER: Mr R H Mi I9lh Kaee: I'll.R AN IIAM.U AP—(laaa 'V A 'Vt iWlnneraT $8i. iuy fiu. *5f— si. rmtmm by one and a half lengths Wv anH -i-etind HPO iiheitd of I*rul Mark SEVENTEENTH RACE Brighton HanHirap UH 1 SWEET ROCKET 111*11.. Mi. R K GUI I H'NWAVf iia (h\li R :t men AMI M 'U TIME 114 PARI-MUTI EL Win S4.H2. PI.;. FOHEt AST $11.7 ALSO RAN: Flieuxre (124 II* Wilder), lilfu WART Good. FINISH WINNER: 3-yr-old br.f. Can TRAINER: MV. J. H (,,11 All ten entrant'facetubbornly challenged b* .lust By Chance (Tvonet up) dow. the home stretch, maintained hi kwd to win by h..lr .i length ahead. %  (120 llw., Yvonetj. Just By Chance was second Jus; bought suits and snortuwear. Giant wlcketkeapar Clyde Wakott had of cream flaiinels alter.ni'impanying hard training. I I "ilixjya < arnlng podmmoney ic.im meml^cm* autograph %  HEW Spinner cbi.nky Wilfred FerKuaon almoat broke the lank dttrng the team's last stay In S IKU.UU' Th'er, PWlhlg ball an hour during one match signing more than 100 %  1 boys' books. The youngster '_i and Vanguard weni to the ton "> "* 0 "' ln ^ f ln w lenfU Another tattwnM ol lh 'f 81 " %  _"" U !" T*. the llelu paaawd ,,ui ,h <" N.S.W Cricket ed a ban on autoWatercn I JPW. look the lean. Though Oressing rwmi attendants havo i n instructed not t receive Ann (Yvonet m %  irn* hooks or bats for players' autoJudfl III a driving Bnlih to win graphs. The Association sayi MUI in fronl I** 1 forced to ban autobeat The Eagle for accor becauae of the "aeri i., ihraa i. •.."tiraa'SLE-%  -•" with Tom (Jraveney. Englan.l were 113 for three wickets at lunch Pretty %  ; when the Held pitaeo Ume tollowed do* % % %  by V %  %  kej I'.itrhman. Jocgej J %  •(. t OueMrd $180. $2.40. Easy (3 lengths. 1 length). h Roek 20tli Race: M KSKKV HANDH Al' (I Flllle-H ft/A—SIM. SMB. S1S5, $40. I. DUNQUEIigUE "P" & %  F2-' (2 -5'; Fur Ionic II lb* Hon. J n OhaDdlor, Jw-ke' Mr. L J. SealJOcaJ tVneitei) Mr. Vlrtor Chase. Jiikev Nflwman. Win: $158. Place 11.18. fl head in fro" EIGHTEENTH MCI Nelson llandirap Six horse* started in this evei out of nine which w and a ivilf furlongs. Th. Thing ridden by Johnny Belle rallied M lb*, overweighi. Fire Lady got off to a llyin start and gradually ininasi-il i lead, making every pole a winnlri" 1 SUNINA 1 1)4 ( 6 lbs, 3. RAMBLER R06I H'4 I ~ lbs TIME I.I5L PAIII-Mlini FORKCAST $4 8(1 ALSO HAN MarOM HWH lbs., A Gomes). My Love II (104 ii ll Holder). Champagne II (KM.fl Ibt,. V Fleicher ,. Caprice (104 (or tho' flrW U|M Dashing I l.ulchman). ,HH iBllowlNl b> l'l START: Cod FINISH Coanfortabl* (4 lengths. 4 lengths). Thln i,n,t Kl1 Ill "":' 1 The field s>n sluing out "I*" Fire Lnily still IMdtha; eomWrtablJ fial lengths. WINNER: 2-yr-old br.f. O T C -Bcllcdunv TRAINER: Mr J W. Char -Mil Ka.-e: CONSTTTI'TION HANDICAP—Claaa SIM, Sito. UU, .--IM FarUaf 1 WATERCRESS .. 126 Hi* J I) Ch indl* Jr*rk.-% t'nwileT ISO lb Mi T I C. Bethel. Jm-kev Yvonel. -i-WJfi! Mr H rwlnlia. Jockey I-attlmer. PARI-MUTUEL Win 82.34. Place $1.54. S2 12 2. MARY ANN 1 THE EAC.LE TIME: 1.461. FORECAST: ALSO RAN V STARTGood. WINNER: 4-vr.-old b.f. Restigoiiche-Condiment TRAINER Mr J W Chandler. nguard (111 lb*.. Quested). Mantis Were Not Ceded To Russia WASHINGTON. Nov. 15. John Fo&ler Dulles, Father ol the Japanese peaM Meaty, hold* thai the Kunles. the South Sakhalin and adjacent island*, wen* nol ceded lo Russia under that treaty, ll was learned loday. According to Dulles, Russia can never claim Idle lo these areas under the treaty. Dulles' views on Russian thai own with the speedy Ru*elainis to these areas were set glan I mil ,eti with PJO Sabreieta (prth in a letter to Republican %  hooting down M.I O.'s at the Senator Arthur Watkins made ratio of 14 to I B ailable lo Ihe United Piesursday. In speeches on the In vpil,of occasional heavv Senate flooi Watkin. criticized immlier loasM under the M.I.(I the language of Ihe trealy under attack. Vandcnbaraj which Japan renounced elalmi to I^IIK. loc ucic Soviet occupied areas. amall" and had hotn "greatlv —UeP. -xaggerated. 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tKIDW NOVEMBER 16. 1M1 BARBADOS ADVOCATE IAGI fllREF Sweeping Changes Made In Argentine BUENOS AIRES, I* SWEEPING CHANGES in the Army's lop Command inccjd on Wednesday muM. as electoral boards -till cmintint; votes which returned President Juai D. Pen >n to office lor a second six year term, the Supei kM Council of Armed Forces announced. Army. Navy and Air Force M i i it a >mcers. who tone, part In an abor I* ill Kvnri'tH*nt Uv. revolt on September U have .,. . \ -, -* -. be*n wnlrnml to terms rang.'"; St. Lucta At K.n.L. ">• ""* % %  month. lo .. yn. ^ An miiii-imimni decree rttnovr • it'CtlHIf > M Army Cornmander-tn-Chici Gen. Aiiiccl Solan, whom Peron s Mr. Ir. Kint: "TOU CAN RK-LION IT IllING THE SWEETEST TBEATt" Toffee IX>NDON. Nov all ihetiu.. fur C 14.000 to help Jaiiiaica's banana indu^tr; n.i>\.i trwM lluhurricane. 1 tmn l,v the IT M i;r%,T" 'i ni ;,, ' u,1 l l " 'nc In particular the 49 had %  '" ?hat t,.l c^i..-. n ''"W\ >Jld P il of the MVC Mr It H BTOWn, on bep"'^"'' fT^' "" "-' ~'"<' part.es to tne report on Close I wholesale banana handler f !" d U .Jf A, J* ,,,,n;i ,n ( :' , '''' AeBOCUrtlon m the Caribbean hav ihroughmi. the eourrtry, Wesb>^ Ali, .,1^ "'.K ESS draw Mr. Brown appealed lo banana , 'w AUws ??"*'" ,hl ffl up I -ntution handlers soon alt.t Ih,hunleane "*1"on in tlermany instead BERLIN. Nov. 14 The East German Communist said thai Ihe Western Allied Plan for the Uiu.ej KnUoM contrul of German undlcalion calls foi "AigwiUiw rieVtB Soviet licenced Qovejnuagut is to press forward with the procett. sharply dm% %  bj the last Government, of uroupinn tOgrlhwl nnaU JJJ MtfiElfoJ^hSr*fi u U n il..i L.S Into wider self-reliant units a* a preMTBtlQa foi . Uruei measure of self-government. BVS th. London Time* in a 1.din*; article. -^ I9M SSw" |>e.in ami progra pointed out thai ihi I material eivlilan eeonomy ol *v47/;.s OF t:\tn\\<;i an Bani ml v... S37Sm *SI4n ta th of this year. At Hie allltli I linu the ntimber of "* I i ' ^ind the Fuiul was I n.Hlni.-u: sn Ihe Reltol t Mi nrhc.l .,., n '*• !" eleellon. domandert .„, nc aepoMmn II.U stpar,.* '7 F 1s ,' G'rmaii toniiiiuiusl Ly „, s ,,,. „„ uHi.l, m.de iiropeily lluiii.^ne %  '"• %  %  "">• %  "' %  '" %  11" %  s,.v„.| I i .„, | leudlnt <" r ree-wy by Ihe -• %  ll..*l|..,i., ,„| It... IT,..,, .„,„!,. .,.,. „,„ ( ;„ v ,.„,„,e„ WaMl llle Brillsh ran The slerllnK laiUnre. held by Ihe "> %  >'' g "'-• '''^"r" " Till s £ £na*'llabUH, l *i?b. %  ""• -"', "" S ',' h "" """"' dlKharned in ,ood.. hul It be%  -""'''•>. i |1 j ,„. e doinlerde,.,,,! j3^*ffi h| "j5 X,."^,.,,,, Iha s.juooftw) fund which Cfrieieniii voted i"i roreiBii British MADE IN U.K. The Perfection oi Confection flM TOFFEE LID. LOH0ON. W.S -PALM' WO**.. converublllt) dollars), si length aterttva "• rf sterling ml.. % m ,, y Mli ,, Hlvlll(l lh %  trei ft.m On. (.Hi' I Gov Th, With Mr. Uuslamante ihll hM nt Tu.l00 Injup^ into the Mv( shuwll .. ;is dll |h( (i nionniiR weir K. A. Maynier. "V" ls '" v u !" the opposition. .,,.., 1(1 Ulr 4l>paillt Commia4oo*i of Cpmpierce and EuLgy?-??-f g'ffly .* Uvrul "' <>< Mr. Qriffltfa thai cote-There is a case ror further r Williaw. ChairV li 1. wi %  'T" nM a a ^" aea held ,f nifflCMmt relauUonj, even In the praaant man of ihe All Island Bannnii J? p l* v !" ""^ h,m ^" u """ moment lo demand th* wholeuverslralned slate of British proa^aacMtlon, the Hon. ',*' Wl *' wante d to impoi-i tnU tkM (U enlion of %  Minuter ol the dui'lluit. if the early prwlslon of f{ idolph Burke, Vlee-Chiiinnun A "f en „ c "*tion to Germany. n „, Jllk< As we n M ^-n, rapltal goods for cnlnnln! develnf the A %  i.i-i. and Hrwudenl The Communist edited Berliner jeadlng ngurr in the Conservative opment could help M) COOVatl the M the Jasnalee Agrieultural 5 !" ?, a c r 1 ? 0 •* P*ctad BBM*, Mr I^UHUKI IS :* ik.irul prewnt high earnings of iivese le> Argentine Midlers beating men jnd succeMful ^usines. man territories Into u solid basis of and women with clubs. The men production during future If and women carried signa reading "Economic development is at furlunate pmodv" B.I'.I*. "no Peron" and -'free elct lone" the root of all colonial astvancoThe caption read "the Umted menl and ha. In the two I.B.IM Stales demands ihat the United Government* tended lu .itNations to which Argentina ulso from being delega>ed as | iveliinB-. should eon I ml eleellons interest to one of the sul>ordinate share of that ugh D r awKHint li lai C. Da Uaaar, %  d 1 %  !. % % % % %  OrBcai I %  Iho Colonial Oflka BBsl the Mlmsliy .^f b ndad i lommence tlieir talks with the Fi->d Mini^%  i • %  to-morrow. OFFICER FOUND DEAD LONDON. Nov. 15. .i Oentrss Niminn K .ntI. Ihe AdiiiiNiKlmiiv.. .. %  !.... laiaarlu lii-l-m .( ..'.u Imind dead at the t'nlA *..n waa naar the bud\. -I'.H. l.-e line In 0*nnan]i.".^^r, "Alice Grass Outstrips Groundsmen KM) Tons of Stone Leaves Burbudos Barbados Is atlU ahipuing line -slune l<> Hn'isli lit 'in for 1/1 Ml. I r./M.T/VNAZAJDBIO, Manila. Nov. 13 .mat-led "Huk" guerlllaa hsrassfd Inc WtBlnoi • hi Ihe construcUon ul a road at jB „, Philippines as they want lo a*" ?"?"?\J"'".' %  '"'*"' ihe polls ,„ ihe loeal eleel.o. ...i Mill I .,,. >.f tin— %  •.nil 1 !•_ 1 1 Mlnlateei at the colonial Office. This work, of Brat pnaartapaa '"< %  "' inowai la oaM ix'tli lirltain and the BrttMl Km''"'i plre. will now be assured of being MJ COpt vuin 1M gn>wm ot grass, a Urst charge on the attention nf When inv Advocate raportai the ColontaT Secretarv hlmat aa the Playing Field renteruay ••rivin two groin..' in. r "Thcie ia rare harvest to I* W1 th mowei. weie i idling the ad oi :in %  I (oi i lories and 'lie graft; u(1 ,| IC norther ither Country alike from good n e ld. Anothei groundsman .. loaded 100 toiu. of line stone yesAl tUke m (ne (.ipa-tiona were huabondry in these over-eus terusing a hoe lo take up the gra*s tcrday and is expeeted to sail this |)lne BeaU liiot.ts. This was seen well Uv Ulv roots. a^ K^^r( 0 L^l"l. ,S, V^^,TI a Ana The Defence l>epartment said enough, though not so well apNow thai Ihe southern i Over 20 loiriea brought boo Tmsdat s elect ions a ooliceiuai piled. l>v the lost Government the '"l.l hag been built op, sou t" S S 2 '•-'"" -"•" i— K:''n'..T"i;;:. s^aftta .v.dlv.1 (..... ihe ITuiiideiitilled BUnuien ifl !#, obit* pssymef. ol the aterhng aiva ^ ""'> £1^' M ,%  platfora. rtaeil en B. "ie Mexico In eeniial Luion when, hat th e enlnnies. unlike most V *F „ *2*~*" !" r „ M „,,„. .* deck of Cvrrdesw mid >i then tne Huhs are most acilve. In (rfhrr mr inbers. must l-e running Tho iroes which were planted %  easel* hold. Manila Congressman Arn.eno_Laca ronsideiable trade surplus both Bverdene is expected to Like D supply • I lime for Georgetown. British Guiana. She u eonsigneu 10 tno S. ho Pool. Opposition National.*! Party with the dollar COUntrlM and • d 'l'A' BffagBM jubdate for Mayor said he w iih other trading area". Then rank, .uun is in i bajgaa shot. BUTplui in dollar ir; de, which "runs — V.V. was round iihout 10m. In ItMBregular I v. Dani-e. id* lawn tabl.eld Grenada Finance Com. Approve Caribbean Foroes %  front Our o.n carmpod*nti that the Intended battalion*in the neighbourhood of £6.00." GRKNAUA, Nov. 14 should not be constiiuteri antll annually. | >iHl The Finance Cunini.n. %  >( Ihe federation became a fact. The eating for the llrst name ol these ihree are not The Committee also approver •ime 10-day BBaoa the opening of officially known but it ibe*Mr> I n.iation of Ihe aa %  In Thev are Hon. E. M. Hairy and two Financial and Economic Advisei proposal for the „f his bloc. to tha W Oft the term mam ol I Canbbean miluary lion of Ihe prseent holder's taOs ii with tur igeatvatlcii H n is understood that the proand larm ''idood, by three members bable cost lo Grenada would b' In Iha cow n-siou or he principle of sccotidiry .school teacher training it is learnt some the policy of spend ii. arabli sums on tho academic training of i fan teachers ai the West Indian UniMiM v College, reeling ttuil the neerl u as more te„i her i;eM( i.ill'. uaiiH',1 with a bio 1 to practical utilitarian RlbJ* *Sat / The BAD witch who became GOOD UHO ll I "rKo. v < %  M i .\lhl|| M l.hdMl S i I'uJo.nti ifca %  %  You'll turn your family into angels, too! ItHl snsil tmtll l**7 1MB** . in rkh Ma tot, the lamoO. i ,-<1IH%. f M • .1 1'i^tiiBK. nii ..[. i.-nin* batk l..r irf. In •I.I... •• lU..,i. .ui.iu.ciso.-i •NdlwiltrM-fil.h. 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BYNIN AHARA iiiiiiiimiiis ill. iooo i*->iastrsfjunaesiium sj-t<*i M.*i*aa ^awa. c o in-' V*'i i of your ijj.lv milk ol % i . thai t my ea.iruMt— I m. in f*c. at the very milk supply So. too, art N.\tl, i Milk ttgncd by N.-.ti, unsjryknf eicelleaie. leletlea ad prepared un4ti the mo*l .-.n-.i.-s; condrtioni of modern hygiene, gujrjntecd br ltrl|anl rciti lo b ot jbtelefe Neitle'i now olfer yo punty. PTSM RAY A NESTLE'S PRODUCT IHE LARGEST \SSOHTMI;\T TO DELIGHT THE CHHsDHEN •' '.:' %  _:, FOR THE HOME A GIFT THE WHOLE FAMILY WILL WELCOME An ENGLISH ELECTRIC REFRIGERATOR CREAM or WHITE WITH 5 VEAR CL'ARAN T CMaU. AT IHI 4 OHM:It STOHE



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1'M.h I ..I R BARBADOS ADVOCATE H:II>\\ so\i MI:I i: i A ADftttiE llowBadWasTheBcast Only Some ^ T-?-_-_-0 ,•" bkw •truck Tiu-.'. MM #>/ BARBADOS W A0VOGICTE i. 1 T— i *rtftl> IF 4*. AJ. L-* BrM4 it.. KUMHn I .,.,.,% Nutriiiher II. IHJ1 SINGLE >n >IIBI is WITHIN..ny changes with thetiKuhinriv nf govwniMnt have been made The li nu-hisr hM I dad Mvml times and the status of memlwi.-. oJ the I.< indl settled by changes m tit* Lotteri. Patent. Party imii'i'i haj been intntdi'ced and now an adult Iran* I e ha been i anted Despite I %  there still axlati the antiquated method ol allowing two members to stand for the same constituand giving each elector two i tingle member constituencies. It has been pointed out in this newspaper many times during the 1-st five years that the introduction of Party politics demanded a change to single member constituencies. ThJl would aanrd an np|>nrlunitv to gauge the feeling of the electorate more accurately than under the present system. It would be impossible for an eleetur to vote for two candidates of different parties and the M voting would show clearly whether the electorate favoured the Labour Party on tht,Electors' Association. It is true that an elector is not bound to cast both votes to whlcl Itled; bul here again the number of votes which would lapse would prevei urate assessment of the power ol each party. are x'veral reasons why some mendssh on both sides ol tinBOOM favoured the dual vote system. Incases where a candidate was not strong enough to win | seal on his own it was easy to coax •lectori to "give him a vote" and to send him along with the popular member. This has its disadvantages. Several instances are on record in this island where in a three cornered content the must deserving candidate was dropped, not because the electorate so desired, but because in (ho BJIAJ p contest between the other two he had ben*) temporei ily forgotten The outstanding instance in support of this was the defied oJ On late Sir F rederi ck Clarke who had represented the parish of Christ Church for 47 years and who had been Speaker of the House for 35 years. His loss to the Legislature <>( this i*hmd was the source of widespread i egret but even when it was suggested that something be done to find a seat for him he accepted his defeat as the will of the electorate. The ease for single member eimstitu. run;, had been made oul even before the introduction of the Butha Experiment and the Party System. If a CSSS could be made out then, il is even clearer now that with two oi three oc fssji panaUdataj representing different parties there should be opportunity for the electorate to sbow which political party they favour. The probli ins ul today have become so intricate and the administration Of government so complicated, that only the best should be selected to take part in the affairs of government. This island in the opinion of many has already suffered many disadvantages from the introduction of the party system. The inherent weakness of the party system as it has worked so far is that it divides the pool of knowledge into two main streams and while one party remains in opposition its knowledge and resourcefulness me not given the opportunity to play a constructive part in dealing with the critical conditions which all governments have to face today. If on the other hand the entire pool of knowledge and cxpei could be utilised to the full and the best at Cteot than it would lie to the advantage of the Co\eminent and the people of this Island A 1951 VIEW OF THE MAN WHO SHOCKED THE 'THIRTIES Geiree Malcoln Thomson ei BOOKS :;i; Once thai Is admitted even by the tieauty," sai**' Ci *WBBJ' versity aulhontu %  Imposed their veto. "A acsutal%  ninute attempt to Calder-Marshall. In 1S47 The Bea't died ami was cremated at Brighton *> Kaoul U>veHymn to Pan and Collects from \stio ai an unaerurduuau the Gnostic MaSf. srSfl : .. oaasnfasi put on US lop oi by Louis tiarlowe, ihl i .ne Martyrs Memorial in Oxiord. to a conarega'.ion ol OWUTIMn became Crow ley % slave—or murmurin| "Pan. Pan M JohllM'*. "( sheaf o( pink 0 irther, Uierc %  III MU.lt ol tn \(l Arthur < .Udcr-Martial) perlHart-Davis. It*, i %  •tea. HEAST 686 of the Apocalypse He was born at laaasnilaBJtOn Spa in (*lave ol the drugs Crowivy abHilda 1875, SOT. SBSSl for himand dien of inplaced Plymouth llrm, .' IBS Abbey a* IVfalu. on the comn Tbg n-|>orter s 130(100. Loveday's death was lUiowed warned "Be .areful what \> The beast was named EilwarJ by eerie, rites—and laiei by write Crowle* may strike si >au l sraj not erowley's expulsion from Sicily, from wherever he Is." good enough. Crowley began as a comic Twenty-four hour* ,.uckly dlsrather than a alnis.er rogue, doctor waa fmnd dead appeared and, as "Alei-ter" After marrytng a Mrs. Skerratt at bath. Let us hope Mr I Cmwlry The Beast embarked on Stralhpeffer, he joined SB expoMarshall Is In good health, his career of adventure. He soon dilion to climb Kjnenenjunga in The funeral caused sQlM I had other names e ft. > n Himalayas (four killed) and m Brighton. The chairman of the I In IS03. Maeiretor ml Hale-.In 110 appeared in London with crem .torium .•ommlitee said. Mnr, with kill and Mronf JacobSO MSB Masai and a "temple'" -We have laken -steps to prevent atnsja at the top of some flati In Vicsuch an incldenfc happennik The Master of Mfftl Street He Mild tickets lor rtirlrma In an "abbey" at C'efalu magic "rites" In the Caxton Hall Locking the stable door nfwr here rites of black as live guineas for seven n es; for The Beast had fled? his rrilir. alleged) or white (Bit the rite of Saturn worshipper* JtAIN ON THi: PAVEMENTS an partonnad * wear blue, for Venus, green, Brother Therlon. author ..( etc. —ult works, In style resemw Angel Will.elin Swinburne put through a mnngl" The Wickedest Man Is. In World—in British Bund paper* of the '30 The serves Arthur tumm,; Aii n Eabra? M. in %  I .t,l-l -M .1 %  :...!! %  BI %  a When World War I i .me. Cl IWhqi went to Amcrii .i IBS %  -spoused the German side, writiiili in a Chicago m.m.i/.ne ih.it %  Wilhelm II seems the vary .mgcl the W of (lod lerrible and basutJfttL link m After the war. The Beast putling on weight, repulsive in astcring and genuinely fervent of boypeel, but retaining a hypnotic luus gathering in (SUralj i l;..!.oiil 1 .tr.il. %  rl. .n I I'lmi %  10s. Sd. 23B page*. HERE are glimpses of a Jewl boyhood In the East End, BOD authentic and funny. Read about Mr. Essand, lh fichoolteacher whose pav ion i chess, ctronger th'rn his sense a duty, united him with his pup I About the Chassidlm sytw gogue. subsidised by Mr. Brodk" -Sayest most unpredlctabl Men Get To Paris By R. M. MarCOLL NEW YORK C.isui nation at the huge up-ended imitch-box that is UNO's new headquarters on the East River. For it turns out that 25 Americans em%  t by UNO. who would normally have to Para for the General Assembly. were refused passports by the State De partment and so have had to stay behind The inescapable inference is. of course, that there are Strong political or security reasonwhich, in view of the State Department, make it undesirable for these employees to leave the country. But then, two questions Instantly pop up. What on earth are they doins at UNO in the first place? And. since they nave naa to be replaced in Paris by men and women of other nations, is not UNO violating its Charter by letting U.S. actions influence its assignments? The employees refuse to say why they were barred. About 40 per cent, of all UNO general staff are Americans. The fear is that "certain other countries" (no prizes given for guesses) will allege that the US.. 1 is interfering in the internal affairs of UNOl over the passport business. SAFER IN A CAR hood and Oxford, lor, by ili.u.ir. power especially over women London. Crowley had a more or less diswith money, set up the abbey n About Uncle Jaka, bad JJM Bsdrous influence on people who SKII> FIOIN ibis establishment the family and bane played ;> parl m InLUSBtOCT. slorles of orgies, drug-taking matchmaker?. who MtU rw tssmpH on 'Vidgybttd," and tvan blood ran. novel ..tiled i>rophe;icaiiy Fmi quaint ex-poet who denied Crowley's description of the ure, hotly Uiat he was turned Into a routine was rather different: About the Alexandra.chi zebra by The Beast and sold to n "We began the day at Cefalw family straight out of DostOt zoo In Alexandra. "Tell me, do with family prayers." he said. -who live in Iwo rooms over'the rockmg-chair and the kitchen poker when I took as If I had bern a ieora?" But when he alleged libel looking Victoria Park. Says Al, t comes lo accident hazards. The beast had contrived the against Nina Hamnett's book exey A. "Trotsky s biggest nir ilcide of "Vickybird's" mhtress. Laughing Torso Mr. Justice lake was to si>eak to my fath< beautiful Kirl named lone de Swift, after an appalled glance In 1S07." A rich and humorous book worth reading. AMERICANS, understandably concerned over the fact that the millionth traffic death on the nation's roads is due to occur soon, are told that the motor car has got nothing on k > In fact, says the Safety Institute for Parents and Children, the car is roughly five times as safe a place to be as the home. DOGS STAND IN Funr-' at Crowley'* writings, declared: Then there was "Aun'lc "never have [ seen such dreadful Helen," her tawny hair bound horrible blasphemous and a bom • %  I.III skin, who ii-kcd Inable stuff." The jury Cakttr-M Itn m % %  cast. Britain was now taklnx 0 NEITHER IIVK NOR THRU in Oxford one afternoon 'beH more solemn view of CrowBy Helen Maelnnea. Colltnv c.mse it li sarly closlni day and ley's nonsense. izs, sd. SSI pages. IN LOUISVILLE, Kentucky a grocer, tired ;; %  „ '^i;',;. *wo::;:;'' send...,,,.. aiUITLfJSt vo,: -f* i ^. Ma^o, H o. R i.nd to py gooses and a stone marten. Thus. Il was hardly surprising then. Jed: nefarious activities of Coman overdue bill of $239, got the sheriff to seize spite of the Incense, the llai that when Calder-Marshal I proniunlsts burrowing at the smelled like a zoo. "Auntie." posed The iteust should address of American rtvUtnUon, too. hu been In the Crowley set. the Oxford Poetry Society—"A (World Copyright Reserved i Polities From The Pit Circle .it thous%  braved political IN Vidro At this itage an old plnniei ViKikiv He said; "Years ago th. plantation* did not even clea: their expenses furthermore i,< ; n able to give back pay. Unfortunately when sugar wa> a pcnn> a pound the breed of cane wi .mall. Today the sugar price i" up in the air and we are gettinit canes to the ton. Wh. APPROXIMATBLY 1> KJ Bvs hundgi the weaOMx >o ittVBd :ii .!i, tthe rain) for without that the from semi-mat nutrition zuine try to tell yuh. If yuh back pay would not be possible. A m.iii listening in replied; "Uh doubt mud yuh CJI K .. %  l\ A man on his way home rail vuh duh homes stand alright, dal used to work at Kingsland if murked; "De meeting was not held Duh doing dls and duh doing dat we din use to get back pay. Il uh bul de people, by waiting duh won even offer n scholarnn mi-t.iken uh tink some udda showed dat dub had de speaker ..>me poor body child. De places used tn pay out back pay." al heart." facsimile of why big girls leave home." ./ SMASH-HIT GIRLS and it hi i i M advoenWs ul the .rut. then it would le well tuta .single member constituencies !. %  • ni xi session of the Legislature. Tlicn llutu could ba j test of mettle bcariOUf parties and the electorate would bo*tr.\ ited to voltfor the i tcai 'iidate. Overseas Visitor ii %  4. AMI: The following hi -in extract from the Lnndnn Latter En tba MtodaMter GaanTavaB, November*!. '*Mr. Lyttelton, with his double-breasted kl Ins |H-arl tiepin, and his thin watch chain, is the most elegant Colonial Secretary since Lewis Harcourl—if the %  i %  i in ba lakan as !' ; r l.iilhci ona "is hack the Colonial Bacratariasj appear. Joseph Chamberlain with his white Uft, and Bulwer Phippa could be THIS is the time of year when .,.., %  • ,,illv ! %  By JO glu lo hurt. "Escape to the sun*hine." tnaj >n H the foSS begin the inornini; !,i | tl \..i OTCI London for their miM for the 1u the court he.ited inter in the Into his Kr> %  mi reonn nn mt one to Veal Indies. burled his Perhaps in (BOM Cartbbsan "What have Islands th advaruaanv tl-. -i.i-.hme gltd rence asked hi the VOM "I l-ondon in lh wintCf That would account Phillip said 'm Phillip leaving his hornc in been doing a Trinidad <>•' !" %  .. swd. arriving to live In London for indaAnm i>enod. Phillip has %  Ami fail do no work in TriniV CI.AKKK dad?" No, BJOd 1 was ju*t at No. 24 vas comparativeh BungUOW. with my mother and ie of the year, and father. And my father paid He huddl"d excess baggage money as i maX'Sintaah and "'* fare." inlo a long scarf ... ., .L ,, . vim I.I.M1 dolnsi ^bituld think voud be belle 'Sir I n?" tT bjlk l Trinidad, wouldn't Sir Ijiurence asked hi Ye,, god. I think I should like gloon.iiv: "I've that." Phillip sold In his slow number of different voice. and he continued throughout ti.e questioning to THE magistrate asked address Sir Laurence as the Delt> nulrlcs to be mSHe as to how I'hilqulte unaffectedly. lip could be returned across the Latin kind of sur'Have you a trade or profesocean. He said he would rema id .t spring. I suppose, won?'' he case and as he waa talking rmmPorl .nish stock. "No, god. I've no profession and Phillip lm>ke in "Excuse me. god U, u biU ..,.: ,„lanchob and pale. 1 cant say I've a trade realty *• said. "IflW* to say. I ve got Ugh he is onlv 30. he has "What did you do at home?" 'wo money bills—a shilling and a the sloop and the wrinkles and the i lived vrltB mv mother and 12-eent piece, and I'd rather no receding hair of an older man father, and mv father he paid my to prison than you take those from. He was brought into the dock al paal -he boat" I the other morning and "Tl-e> re rOMT mascols. are charged with begging in the West DID you have any money wbtt Su Uurence askid. "Well. End a charge to which he bleakyou came bars?" Sir taaraBCS thev dont seem to have dotaa BM gulltj I fig „ .„ „. ,., .. "< %  good so far. slill, I don't v ^' I 1'hillip said, .suppose anvoiie'U take them ( >IT WHILE IBS p PSa think I had a draft for you" Il 4d or was It £31 Is. 3d? od —I cant be sure about the pennies. "Oh, thank vou. god." Phillip In the dock look nut resigned and but %  the other. Then said from his haart. and he went, miserable and as though he was I had a few pound notes in my coots) W await whatbegilining to feel the cold, although pocket* and some ever might be In store for Mai THE "MISS" STYLE of advertising anything from Miss Aluminium Ladder ol 1951 to Miss Doughnut Queen of Dixie--:* tired and true formula in America, witn hundreds of pretty girls flashing flawless teeth from hoarding and magazine page. But, what's more, it is very profitable, liii 1 Kheingold Beer Company, which a few ye. [| back was doing humdrum business, starlet pitching in with a Miss Rheingold, who got elected every year from thousands of aasjer applicants. Sates have increased 600 per cent., and tha company says il is all due to the scries i I pretty Misses. THAT Kin i %  li QAMI | AS IF college presidents and games coachc> hadn't enought to worry about with all the bribe-taking that has been going on, then now a storm over excessive-roughness in college football. Hollywood has made a film. "Saturday s Hero." about it. And when, in a climax game between two Californian learns, one %  d stars, a Polish-American named Johnny Olszewski. was injured and hod • field, everyone thought it was going just I wee bit too far when the opposing team clustered round the man who had crl Johnny to offer him wild congratulations. SILENT KNIGHT KEROSENE REFRIGERATORS 2 o.vi.v I.KFT nwaaii a Secure one for Christmas DA COSTA & Co., Ltd.-Agents ELEC I)EPT. 'Ks/rlnlnatd .' PHONE GODDARD'S FOR Milk Fed t'.ilekenw ave. Z)lb Milk Fed Ducks ave. 51lh ItrrsM-ri Kabbh'. ave. 'II. ro/in Salmon Iillel Sole Calvaa Kidney* Ox Tails Beef Suet VEGETABLES IN TINS i. In tins O Krefe Fnntense raa a a aa i II H l> Oranie Juiee Aprleot Juice Tomato Jute



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1RII1W NOVIMBIR II.. l;,l R \I:I: Mi'.-, MIMIC \II I'M.I FIVE .. We Had A Party" Garner Says IN ST. PHILIP Judgment Given To Shopkeeper Corbin GHs Contract Rmutls Of 2' For Work At •Glentlale' !" upp*rt ol the candidature of Mr. D. D. ->,, wife while he w" away from Mr. G. H. Adams, President of the Barbados Barbados in 1940 and 1WI. The Workers' Union, told his listeners that he had no doubt money am for grocerie. hi* wife that the progressive forces of Barbados were going to win '^n^'dead!' y "*" The w,r THE ST THOMAS \l : rRY at MM "Gkndalc", reaiaenre ol the l*** Mr. %  *. < was the |0*j '••* %  One tendei >lr Jordan, who huill at "Gi< 11,200.another from Mr, Kenrtck Huntc ''*" for $829.12 and 1 Corbin and *.".*.'-* raM WHEN CONSTRUCTING OR REPAIRING A BUILDING i .tn. the forthcoming election with a handsome majority and temain in power for years and years to come. He said the reason was because those of them who had been lightM <*" 'and g and make N u.>M M yean m"Ji l ** "•* •" %  nem. pleaded with >"u hould be let out ihi-m ...id aakedlhemlo give them M **•— %  .i chance, 1 KnOW taint OVIIIV 4III\D VUI was not u single one who wa Garner t the cold. Mr. Arl.iim -aid thai ol the 24 members in the House of Assemthat some.imes our I**"** **• Jf*J??*5f lhrr '" liromi'i %  T .rdinary „ sMna "I y'i." he said, but years Uf ** r Ms some people coma back i 4g^f^J B g* r JP K*2J and hind that they thought the The case was called (or hearing %  OSM SJasfllfl bafSfl and then Hi %  %  < had nut ti>l<| him atn thins of it. He had re um island while she was yet alive %  BMi l->utini did not (ell him anvthtafj Of the debt hen. M had been adjourned had brought no nor shop books I rartartuQ hi book in which .aanterad Despite heavy clouds „,.„..„. ... w „ a.. hr , 1 J 0,, J!l M,Um Wh h;Ul ^ 552 4S!. !" n m hI %  "' %  !*' age when the people of s Philip 0U yJ rB J B0 Jt -M..IK crowd atlended a Labour Par •jig meeting .it Bdftcllfl St John, la-" night in support o( the car. %  >( Hi Cameron Tu. l the House o( Assembly at the coming General Ki.-.tions. ali ; [da told the people that m "-\ the l.oU,ur Pal :(„. lectru of Tnomas Gap. St. SS^SSfjU^Si Z? ** ELECTRICIAN FINED 30'otd at] I He told the elec.ors that whta things which were promised were hey visited the polio on Decem""' "?.'* ,_, We but A had the,, bcr IX 11 ^^^J^J^^ •" it tht party meani wnai lor Darrell DaCosta Garnet. •aid and Bad kept .heir Mr. Gamer said that thla was an When theLord Moync Commumu decide issues (or themsel' sion c-me out here and asked what H "'d that he had come before could be done (or the agricultural them that night to give thim wha hv gaid that he could hot he regarded a, his political set how the* could be pant less philosophy. .han Sl.OO a day. borne people "Seven years ago you honoured .nought tht was a madman lot " b > sending me to the Hou %  BJlDf that Since then the agtiAssembly. At tha time I cultiinl labourer got the $i.0U, associated with seven other men then the *1.50 came along and now Mr. Crawford was UsM | lu.t WOrkCC was even getting *' whjt is now the cMU gress Party. We worked [or lour "We the democratic forces of years in the House, and l.itci lit thai land i another three vr.n every man and woman needs "1 want you to listen n. the champions to light (or them and fac s eare(ull> ind %  gat better condl.ions and wages *asue not because of what Garner well as | redu. tiun in the cost '*but because of his political of living in order to live decent convicUons and his politual lives and not to be placed at f coining to St. Philip after so went to do what we had promised %  (I addressing an you to do. audience such as .his and on be"A1 the last election aihan art i.late MCh U Mr. ran \2 nunilxis under the It Is true I spoke in St. auspices of the Congress Party, we PhUlp thraa years ago and that relumed three members to Ihe was the llrst time 1 had spoken House of Assembly namely. Mr. (Of OVM 20 yaan. Brancktr, Ml Crawford and my• %  Ider ones would rememself. Mr. Hrancker and I decided her my llrs: attempt to enter in the House immediately after politics brought me to St. Philip the election mat the fact that iiS years ago In those days. Sihad only got three seats Philip Idle most of the island was nothing. We largely asieep. People told me the people of the colony and would imprisonment with hard labour satisfnetion it would glva me then that they could not vote lor therefore have lo align ourselves when he (mind him gtuilty of worfclnsj with Uk I ton Id i h the Labour Party or %  OBM larcunj for the the parish whereas Dr. Hawkins other organisation wonting in the Weak** Moa* one ln>x valued at "Tli. ino honour, no liar) hud one. Inieres s of the people. in on November 10. Weekes ha* 1 CM] havt D) '"in.' I In those days, it was purely an Mr.Cainei ..id that he was very 13 previous convulni. foi % %  '•' Kd had bOfori II i ni when people like oursorry lor a group of people mu ceny. Sgt Murrcll attachad I" i' 1 "': 1 .' ; .' %  | l i i"ii mt Mr H'.mte |prVO a full hCtOaUII Of I. W they WOUld spend the money but Mr Jonain did not *l i this. Cburchwar%  1 Cot n Ittet had ati on of $170 i InSBTtef was inlequaM I thai thaj ti" | %  %  that Lha matt i ij rauld >' it MM Thg Bull i I .. he V< %  %  '.her IKKi ai t; I I M .iden •"• %  New Ituililiii't I..'M I thai he felt tl i*ntuall> ihev w.miii ha i at "'*'" Lahonr Is Assist in The People / / KM > 11S UN r..h Ifc.i... %  r i...... N-1 l M.IMM at rataj IIIMI • i uaj IKII. •Ml 1 .111. uai S*HiU %  Mi 1 -ii T.iUk h.M.i. at aM 1 f .11 II 1 S 1 II 1" ruga III Kl 1 Ihe same amount on (ilcndale n used rai/i I U.I riu>a -oundmg John Phil : a knife bcCors Acting Police Magthe .Mrate Mr C. L Wal>i, Hi I tl n tt I ,,|. ( ,ur Part% Mi was Tin. .1 311 to be paid In did not give lhm adult suffrage II dayi or in default one months bacauaa UHO iron imprisonment with hard labour, oo, bul bocauH I'l illips told the Court that on every man was a man and shnul.i -'^'^ """ the amount ii ..inie he v.as looking ,iav a v, l" in directing how I, ufnclenl rot rai ,, ., K \ JSf ,.,., ,, Broad sine: oBWUld ha fovt the Interior of Glendale, was only Oe defendant £££ J He told them ,ha, iVS x % %  %  thai the Ubour Party wai down on the joo. T"h.?l JK tl ? f lhJ |,aMv wouM '"""""'' '" contract M araatad lo Mr Cot cut him on the lert help them even though Ihere w r.j _..., %  •"••" "' gratitude from the > ,. plafiad -I UM disp.ial of the Before fining Edwards. Mr. Walpeople, a. they felt thev „,,d .. Churchwarden to meet .„ ar/n laid him that the USIIIK of dutv to the people. %  a< becoming very" prevaHe himself was seeking election r 'ent in the island and he had because he thought he the Colonial & In its work t |„. appointment of a I'. • al11 !" and last I Labt the SUKParty man. he said, -and i 4, .1 n phorna Ii %  no interest in politics except t.. s* rva thoai a hi aarn thru flvlni by the iwaal ol their brou %  ^ ik Mr Sandlford re a a n iad that statement. He said that Mr Collins was a member of ih. BulkUnf Cirniniltee and saw how the l h aralon H was out of i %  Mi Collins) iti, %  %  eau The Chairman pointed out that ,,„ in. v hen I..' had siig-.., 11 :tm tick 1fc*l4n dant took 1 i>ocket and mh 1 'iVen had pit consideration that h theparty 1 .led guilty of the charge. GUINEAMAN" GETS 6 MONTHS ii p i' TARGET DATE HUSHED BACK \sil|N(iTON. Not %  ted (or new pi ALWAYS USE ASBESTOS-CEMENT CORRUGATED %  flattering Aetlni Police Magistrate. Mr. H flnfllth. yesterday sentciuin Ashton Weekes of Kee,! Street, rejected by alias "Guineanuui", to six month' nprlMinmenl wi he found No Personal Interest There l| no i-iMHial intere-r that 1 can have in aatttaf In lha House of Assembly apart f the |ai I idvarUsa (tot rorcad lha I %  pupils to mi tin 1 .hilm • The sliil.iIn 1. will go tu luo girls .mil a io\ %  ni weie Mi W T. Ci-Kling, Chairman. Mr .1 11 Thome, Mr. K A Sandlfoi 1 Mi l L. Gill, Mr A C ,, Ml Mt V M < ll A. Watson. EXCUM ol the Hi* t.a and Mi Mahut. Dies Alter Accident selves could summon enough told him not to long ago that if Central Station prosecuted for voters on our side lo get in o tha V L rUWford and he wen. to thi the Pollca House of Assembly. Wc now House and did not get anything have more people on the voters' done for St. Philip, they woulu 1 it is true that Barbados atill support them again. He felt tx-ing what il is and Barbadians sorry lor them because they behU so ( ritual, we had an uphill no. doing what they as a people Twenty.three-year-old hattle. There is nothing like who rose from the gutter to be "V-****!* (H-rststcnce and we have been -nen and women administering the i.'wardad." Government of this colony ex peelMr. Adama said that the liared them to do. oiutos Workers' Union, although "1 was no. cent to the House to not lha biggest, is the most sueKeep my sent warm, I think you ana in tha British Carlosent ma thento do work so that bean area. They can boast that your children and your children's they paid the best wages throughchildren w/Ould reap the henehts." out ihe We-t Indies in the sugar he said. "We had to light for it. He then referred to some of : to get better conditions the hings he had done during his for the people and we have suetime in the House of Assembly are In uuth not ni| 1 1.nt the Laboui Part) 1 n .Ii fin.. Mi .1 I t Orauekei arbo among others spoke In tavoui of Mr. TUdor'l "-lection said that JSS"~ lhara cou DO douW that Mr VUhuat, Tudoi would raise the stai <_nnsi Church, died at the Generthe debati ni Hoxpilal at about w\15 p.m. on flg—Mlllllj Wednesday, an hour after he was "Tin 1 e Ii no one Intel • iilinitte-l Hn-i-ii. who was riding politics In Mailiados todl • was involved in an acciMUI. ""•< %  flo %  %  •! rent at about 8 o'clock along rhetoric or a better command "( Wo.thing View Koad. the Enrtlish l.ngua.'. in Ml Also involved in the accident TUdoi hg ll 1 ntUn| 1 %  if Wortht* et a iruj View Road. She was lak-n A *'" '•'•' l,klk %  >'•' %  "' ••" to the Oenera] HosptUI and dt">ur children* education tamed suffering from Injuries. Mr Tudor'i aantiaaanU watw 1951 iVobet I'rizo Winner* lor build N I late 1 %  %  %  ii 1 LOOK YOUR needed because we have fai h in especially during the U 1 session. ,** 2 %2SJE'T?^ UI L£JZ %  tr "f*U l 1 """ %  "' "til *. .w..*~_ 5tuart peifoir.icd a po.r nonem K ,„ ;i vh; „ u< ^ n ,. „ a %  and an inquiry 'Ihe gospel which we preach—the He quoted an Instance when, th democracy and righteousActing Commissioner o( Police ness. Major Holmes-a-Court refused 'The wicked forces ruled the to path antll DrOBI St. Philip (or island for 300 years and now we ( he Police Force after making %  of labour have got them them Journey from the country. down in the last few yean*. While || ls reason (or so doing was bewe have done much, yet, we have cause an alleged murderer could DO) done enough. Wc have been not be found in the parish. m power since 1946 and as far as He took the matter to the the Legislature is concerned only House of Assembly and aired his for three years. We have been views and Mr. Adams saw to i free from slavery only about 100 that those men were sent for and 100 years ago and for us as a race te-day four or five of them were in 100 years to have come from naw i n the Police Force. If he slavery and to be in the Governliarl „„, la ken that ac ion. perhaps the STOCKHOLM. N .. v>ai" of profei ." i...,. in the futura lfuu>. ..< .,.., ufurrun who made acfantufi history In nvra gtoml %  ani 1 %  day as winner, of tha lM Nobel Prise i"i chemistry. They 1 1 T Beobora 3'i ..ml 1^,4, 1 %  .. io .ie dlaeovt ci the elemanl plutonlunL The PI ,\cic gh i.. the Aiu:io-iii-ii train of doct Valton 4 Ol '(unity tollene and 9r John VOK Inext. $350~STOLEN Thlavat rtaltad tha v ... ...... UN Of Bntal. ,s hci|t tobour In Britivh 1.1 frooi %  1 %  • ..' 11.. % %  .ii he had Bach of the award das a mone r value of *:i U1 Tha ainni -"f k win be ins.t • 1 to sti khouri to £; %  Lloyd Boyce at Marchlleld, St. "Knowing Mr Tun. Ihall awards from Kinr Philip. o n November 14 ond stole tics and his Intel G A 1 If nt ceremony in th< tnoney to tha amount of S350 ( %  feofthl paopb cart Hall November 20. tha and bed linens. Is no level thinking person who anniversary of the death of Alf does not look forward to his being "" %  able to give his assixtai labour Party which has hrougl t my political conviction th€ people fr-nc l,a.l conditions and making and Nobel, dynamite manufactuiei —U.P. It political cotrVa %  ndami h** oone %  < ki would still M U g a job now. %  anotner instance instrumental the people ana I have deemed tnrow in my lot with mm ami l pany. 1 am no unM .. iioitiii ite and I am going support the labourites. Vi nen the price ol increased by |M briti-h Imperial W\ Fr^MPHghl" ment of this country is a wonderful achievement, thanks to the con^ 0 ", ni w h" e re I which the people have in the Labour Party by putting them He quoted m tinposition. arbara he w He aid t ;i -*' If they were .0 sei ling a parochial strike in the Government, there were certaui Ihe Electors' Association to parish. He always had the people greemen s which the Union had win this election, the power he at heart and he did not think it |o secure fur the benelit of the had would be given to ,hem and would be fair to ask him to cnuworkers In thl colony. I can tell they could undo what the Labour merale all the things he had done )OU from what I have seen on Party had, dune in the last live for ihe upllftment ol the underthe floor of the House and from years for the people of this island, privileged in the colony. what 1 know from facts tha lha Ha hoped they would not be so "You have been told all over Barbados Labour Government has s to allow such a thing. the parish that I have refused to been responsible for the loans It vv ll Party who represent U.e workers and that I which you now get b> aim) of had brought in Adult Suffrage have stood idly by and allow the loan hind making it possible (or men and them to starve Nothing is further "Some M DTiied beIttalnlng the age of away from the truth than that cause Crawford and Garner are 2\ to vo> (or members lo the statement", said Mr. Garner. „nt running together in this par' ;. M ral Assembly. The other The Chairman in his opening |ah, |f two people are walking ide kept the vote (rom the people remarks :here was ;ogether and there is no underb aca ua a they were afrakL J brain between your two represtanding something mu no exaggeration to say thai tentative*. Everyone knew that. We had a parly, but there is DO ihe moat Important election in the That bridge was going on for par t y now and 1 have thrown in history of Barbados is going to three years. my lot with the I.abour Par y. >..ke place next monih and you 1 decided that I had no par y -i know thai on the 14th the electorate have got to see that and thought that it was in the l>es: December when the result, are you ker'i .hLabour Government interestof the communi y to disclosed, you would h iwar. You have to see that serve with the party with the turned me to Ihe House of Assemthoaa people who are opposed to majority so that something could hly as one of yoar representai those who would try to he done for 'he people. enticing Improvements. Some talk >v;i Mr Tudor wai ( 1. I 1 :'tid could not mean wall (OT I I people But thev \cuid reman I 1 •**•• H-Khi %  of lha arat that Mr. Tudoi fathi PARIS N i ..-it r/orelgn Ktaash referr-d lo ll. making exceltent Christmas LAJMtt' SLIP1'KR> Each 1 If'!* SKIRT HANGERS Presents Home Products t HII.IIREVS DECORATED BASKETS TELEPHOM IMPS. Earh NOTE BOOKS. Each iniKI Ml. MATS. Set KMBROIDI.RED BUTTONS. Each I MBROIDMO 1> BELTS l.arh 1\I1IHANDKERCHIEFS. Each %  aah lita PLAIN PAINTED HANGERS Each 24c. TS 96 103 1.20 z.ao l.ao 1H I .14 CAVE SHEPHERD & Co^ Ltd. 10-13 Broad Si fought his wav up and should enw a man who had done that. In the light Mr Tudor's b mar had felt the pressure Of hg It .1. lead a*tth th... areai ati %  I A further report of Mr Tuih 1 s pea (1 "Hi appear in a later %  Hid be) ., polltlt k of cat He tnid the UN Oeneral A aambly "prife of this conflict 1 \ I • II • I'.n.l.ind. yet the fu kM Whkfa it is hkely to unlea.h ma) m the deadly elaab mankln r.r %  *WftrWr%rVlff^1^fA^VVVVV^% FOR BEST RESULTS %  USE %  PURINA HOU 1 V IN THE CHECKER BOARD BAGS %  I Vaseline^ HAIR l ? : TONlcaa/ VA.OIIM toawNgaa MI I...I. — U w 0 i Z Z 4 Z 2 Z Z Z •• Buy your XMAS CtACUIS and XMAS mn. IIF.t (MAI KINS early from win HI minus Glamorous ii 11 Ol It NEW fllli.is .\l.\IKHI.\LS...OPE.\ED FOR THiC XMAS FASHIOX I'Mllllf: .. . Hit! Ml I till. \NCI.AIS In WhlU, I'ink and Blue 11 "in UM 1., SU..WI per Yd. I MBKOIOBSBO OKC/I.VUV In Uiiiii'. I'ink unrl Blue PrMI MM la S.1.l |HT Yd. ( HINKI.II> (.1 (IIK.KTTI: In Nil Mall*, I'ink and Bin. at $2,112 lat Yd. MOSS CSBPB In I'mk and Bliu al *3.IHI pr Yd. SCKKDN I'ltlNTKII SATIN in .;....ii Daalgnsat *4.:in per Yd. NTLON MINON Whlli mlj "l S2.39 per Yd. -al.i' ( ui.n ill 11 STKIPI: NTLON In Whit*, Pink, Sky al M.XII p*r Yd. HARRISON'S Broad Street Dial 2664 -,-.-,•,-.'.-,',*.'.'.'.•,-.'.•.',•.-,--'.-.*.*.*.'.'.'.-.*.'.•-'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'-'.'.'.'---'H. Jason Jones & Co., Ltd—Dmnbuion yWWVrW ^ WWWVar W V. I RIDE A •• e^ HOPPER BICYCLE %  #** niiMMH ^ ForxiMtr n*i White Park ttoaj. C*Uy*t Crack*rn and 1 .Harlequin with TOY 3/8, 4/6. r./.. fj/a. ii/ 1 a/o. 12> 16/ U I Per Box All Bilvlit 0 'TINSEL BTBITH I (8 f--l Ungtlm %  liver, Bliio. Coppar. Oild ] aNaorted colour* Pric 1. pr I.~tiB'i. ^TINRT.L DECOFATIONM 7 Kind-, nt H.r e* I Kind* %  ( IKr en \\ iTINBEI, STABS ., XMAB TBBB OBNAMITN'TS \V\ Bin ii.. m 1 1 u v r INHRI. inci I \\\ It. .,. i.itti* Rn^ r.' 11 BALLOONS B KU i V*> \\\ A' *n Cord. I OurT! FOUNTAIN | I AND TODAYS SPECIAL TOO! FRUNFCRIAMS I AT Kni}>lilv rimi'iiix Smla rounlaiii \'.' r ','.' t ','.'. .'.' r r ',', ,'.'.'.',' r '.% .'. .^'.'.'-'''>'-'''-'-'>' %  '*'*'*''' %  '''''s* SAVE ON THESE a a r>r' II-My Bin It* t*2 lor ra.1 XMAB CARDB /Local View* ii kitid-i \\. t XMAB CARDB IN B' cardfe i.vi>lop in a bo->v (•tniplXir.'. OraaUi \\\ Pn : ""' •" | • ?nuci wFAiiiiRiinn^ IB. I $ .34 IRATBD MILK M IAI. VIENNA SAUSAGES N 1'ITS '•4 MARIE, CUSTARD CRI IMS PF8 R| \M 1 K.KKKIIS I i.bur Itemf-r CMh iad f'arr (luUiBiftMDS IN sll" l.l.s pt! Kl IO DRINKING STRAWS — per pkt. %  Lt LEMON CHEEBl 1 TINS I'APIIIKA per tin % %  R KTWD CHU Kl N BROTH—per tu %  \vA JELLY : tin IMPERIAL 1'HANKH tin ItNK.Il MUTTON — per tin %  R WHAM pt UP El N DEER PERLS Far I .31 $ .4* M M I! I 1 .47 ^ 51 .47 .11 4M S STANSWmMM. SIOTT A to. LTD. \



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PAOI. MX BARBADOS ADVOCATE FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 1. 1MI CLASSIFIED ADS. iM in ii SALES i'iw ir Mini is TELEPHONE ?'Cf M - • KLAL KSTATE %  taMi ••" •<•> 1*. 1) %  Mm! will i .. ih: rvenlna fnr %  M MM1* %  OIIINI % %  •lOVliTr .il PMUa PnrM jn ~ BnJlir.t Mr Mi Ml. -• M p .. -r-i .. %  MM Ika I p t <. today for i Church II..hand>. OttKU I BMMBI A %  v I* lll-ln Mill SALE M!M:MM fMw tM**. ra *•**• •* i I cni. Su-dapr. >* io*a* — •*• *dj rani* %  wo** WARn ii %  .!, %  II. %  i: DEBBfTVRXS %  D*"-iiticv Miii KDA*: ia*J l-'ii nmher paroe-i„ .aplv Wm rofalt) 'B'da* %  Ltd l II M I f n. AUTOMO'llVK. illBVBOlXT CAB O •M miles Nm T re. real,;. %  '%  I condition really Bi—d .— j Gmu A *Mi B li li n I On* !• •) OmeftUMn l than •*(.>*<• Tha i ; clltlon I (I Huh HI Mt, nrirti'town—...——. %  lath da> ol Woseinbar. 1MI. %  Tha win if l or dwelltna-r a* HARMONY IIAIJ.. il.aridiI M 3 *"'• I" IVMII*. < %  < land, -hith it enJgUd, mil near Top Hoi "lurch. the ws-lene. ol tne It** *! Tha d' ""t o**n C randali. Pra*.lii| and Dlnbna •• Badroorn.. Toilet and M Kiviv ,,,. ,. ..,„ ,. ,1 • %  •>. Boaa Ii.'.i.'i-: M tsMMBrfB MM TMBMM I between the hours 01 lpNOTICE C B. inniiii. omaAM — om COUJWS I M>i lo notify, nn CIIMIU *nd rnnd> IH>1 oAVa mill far rloMa fro~i n; D*t %  j'' I"" I II M--Mi| FEDERATION CONFERENCE POSTPONED i -,, % %  %  M MM]. "PP' NOIH K i >i I-II of M I Applications tor on* or School will bo icoivpd by •• Mlh Inat C*nMMoa -.1 ParMhlonor* of M U<*y I pMtMH nd not IMM and ^iut m< man l*"vi "'!• ol ngr ronni of application muat irom th* J>arocriMI Traaurr lava A B>pli>nuil Cvrtiftcala %  Mil applKallon • %  ii >i pmont lhcir*lvoa to Ihr Hvadmaaior for aaarmnatlon on MMda% liih IM.I M W o'clort. a m 0 1. DKAAE. Voatr* Clark. St Lucy. .Mttulara ai>d i mi am I CATTOHl> • Co | 11 SI rk %  " tn -i ,.. tMrk-< TMtrd thl> I'l 'l-V of Novrii.lr 1M1 II WILLIAMS .IKtlitl-i i.f Trade Mark' II II l-li TAKE NOTICE AVOSFT ., .M I • OMI'AI PANV i. corp. QplUdJ Mate* •oradEft* JTO IU> "-Pi"l tiaidan htioel. p.,v MMW, llA >rM l .nlllied .iB-turep h" m in q PI -ii" i "I cream co %  t ililc %  tablll/er. tu rcRltter the aim i>m (he 14th dav la torre per ami -hi •' iioii.-e In rtuplii %  trade ii ark c TAKE NOTICE STRUTTS MACRAME TWINE dr"" ,.i. Ark-truth I II MwlillWl, IiilUnd. -1 .| to* 'tie registration of a trade I "A" i'( HeBHIrr In repeet potion thread, and will be r-l.tr lha Mmo allr m itilth dav nl Novanvber -orr.r* poraon 'hall in the •• m duplicate to in* Ml lion of uch redlttrode nvaiK can be teen on .i my nfrlce Daw.| ihia imii day i< October 1>1 11 v.iuJAMS. i:,-(ti..u-.i"f Ttade Mark* U H II Jn NOTKB njtcnucAL ,. Ml "III Offer for wli fUbiie competition *\ learlr of".%  i ,., i--. l1 at ip SJ PERCHES o* land titu-te .1 Wilton HI Wt M --•*"'•' rn dnae MM OWbOC rd MANth, ho""* tonlm =• IH I Dl. ,^..ln -I" I" each. K %  %  a* MM. a i y ^ 1 M nitd Vacuum Cle.i MlpaMett of thi '. Ud MM "vt din i %  aahliic Machine IIM.Ot. Vacu. l-aner 7S N Dill W K UNTK CO LTD t II 1MKCHANICA1. I'U'YCIJA: A good aupplv o .(h and without inree-apeed i '•!• CMh prlcot Dul 41 CIHHTWV %  ADEM ei -HarrlSi %  i .AKAtii: LHal %  I.. lirCISTTrUNO MACHINE i. H —o i heekliut up lo • Mi n.*d for re-ii— Courleo MlSO.k.LANl'AlUS AKRuSOf. F1.Y HPRAY row riMB, Muaqultoei ;NXllfTS LTD HOT SHIRT" OaaAhMMnl J't' THAN! Bm. lor Ihai Hut SI..it i.-.kini foe. We have thenin |m .!>'• Oti.litiel)-.. SMS PI-ASTIC fTTFS HR fJlaaara. Cruet ilh.r beautiful 11' re available at THA I srit tlOTTUNO IQVII'MI ".'I i I"1MI.H. Liquid wldo Univtraal Itulllf Waaher; IMaio Model "t~" Oaw-mai Hook-up AutoenalH' r'lll-r-Cro n.t S h | Inai.'nlaneoui Cooler One Lynn Pllte* Wilu.n (mi.ihi Caibonainr. and Twi Cnanwl-linad Syrup taukt S. M JALHL — phona SUI. <*an Fernando Trinidad 13 II M -*r WANTED HELP M'HhK Ciipablo and efnrtoni I loi pa wn baby Onry Ihoto with l*tt nl referancea need applv A: The Ban)am". Sty St is nai TIIEATHL MANAtlU A full 1 <••• lanafar for lha I'l A/A TIIIA11 r Barbareea Apply by letter and In perton M omce of CAM I Bill: AN THEAW.r..'"The Banyan* Bay t.lreet i—ii Iho hown of P %  in and %  No. mber snih IT,. A UCTION |!M)KR TDK SILVER HAMMER -n i M %  %  I i Tobke W ' M-I.KK:.. .. ihei. Cdurh A ClMli Od Mird Hidebward ail Dlntn, Chptn vth leather SeatVar.-iiiL.il Chain MSHMJ I AH.LT T.-J Bsrv '"lee Dh *t OlaWar-, DMM I Tea *r.ic-, Hahag RMBM Bad Varu> Bpr llM I' 1 I .. .. .. kluiun. Kiev JAMES DWABO SCAI^ \oTK-r LS HUtKBY (ilVEB that a. per arm* hovma MI* trot or claim jfcatt" ... -t.i 1,,.* IV ettite ol Jam-* Kd-.an m Road in th. CM) ..I Hild4-Uiii in thU Idand wh died ai Bakttri Road aforawM Ml thof April Ifl ..II nm.eated la i than riotma ,I.I •ttrated lo the Htidrri.tfi ad liWf.NITII < s4.nl.ilcd Baeculort 1 Clffllh St-lkil.n. ol No 11 Hah -.treat, on dptafoi'' the Utr. OJ> ol %  SI BAM hlrh datt *c ahail .. bute iha %  1 %  %  i ihr aMM ., %  %  i %  of Oclabar. 1MI l BEE I1ARMOW U IXINALD JotBI'IlUS UANIEJ %  EsMwton 'i •!' will of Fdward Seal, dareaaed laOMDON The I uiMkiri inrciiiig i %  ,i Wtt j Indloa o diKUSs Ihe (cderatlon ICY of the :>tfiiish Caribbsan colonies nor* sorani I *ft*oTi WEI ,f h'ivc been held ui it iha Prn .'nnuar v hs* been poslpoiM-d and llli now lake putctprobably tuwErvt*! ih middle of the yew. TUs wa> stated b> Mr. Olivet l.ytWM.-u, giving his first Preso (onrwrence in Lxmdon a* Swretary of Stst for the Colonies. He conlinnext hnwever. that the invitaI lion to trie B.W I. Colonies to send j represoiiutivcs to sus.h lerencr. which wu issued by Mr. i.'.mr. Crifntiui as one of his last .lion beli I .-land.i Mr. I.yllelton i!ve BO mnicr| Ukins that the new I Linen Clearly Drawn At Tiuce Talks By AENOLII 1MRHI.I. PANICUNJOM Ko •.. Nov. 12.. The United Natiom, setUod i down for a long aieae in iiw, 1KB on Tuesday. nmvlstesd mat ita'cause could !• %  I defeated <1 v by Amencjn Imu-tn-nct Ihc UlMji are at l.> i for l'i* 20th armislic her-sloti in UW Panmunjom circus ten!. The Communist* ilrr>|>pcd v f, tually all pretenses that the 1 lutnVmg siiouid coattnua until .i full armistice M signed, and BM mg openly foi' an iraeaasB lire. Thv CtliiaMJl 'Communist delegate. QgflMrBl Fann 1* '(iinled as saying Goveniirwnl would net go bark on |ruM a | k flebsi,, "Ulii any of the eonstit^iondl ch.nig.-t ^.roposltion—that the i.i *" tuaThne of contact lull lreody made In the Colonies. The Government would IK I gVL but constituit.-nsi ji'd economic (lev. i it ust Bo asncl In fund. Vi %  i-i.i'. iirogressive people HI U matter of (.onMiilullnnnl FhaMgM." he ilrdore-l. On ttM t-coajuiiiic of tr.-Hle are now rather n :a. ..( the primary produeiT. riieictiire. we expect to see Ihe I.IJMOHIK developmeiil of the CoMni > keep up with iniiuI advances.' Mr Lytteltoii adinitled frankly that he hail not yet hud lime to urv.-> the I'litiir Colonial piciurB be nd a den %  ed Irom which IrOOM | B cnnliiuirtheir dslsylS %  munlsts charged 'he Allied pro). %  ,i for as "unfair, unjust, and unres able, and not loyal to the ngendi." 'l.oy^l to the aenn Coounuiilsti vaBSf be wording of the ngN*nd:i aj • >W Tor an Immediate CIM ciirc "Ti %  -. % %  %  • Americ:in impatience WK %  %  ;..aml to think—an hour ago he was don hied-up with indigestion!* Swift relief from aftermeali discomfort is given by 'Dolsa'-i.niachacid. so often the cause handy onc-.loseemekypcs.eath Dolsa is acid balance. h\ niaJe m powder form to Dolsa RESTORES DIGESTION III iv. ,ii %  B m Bunwi H r .nd XHx: Tup .1 1 K.let.. i, 1 .rdeia. 1 Cvnv *•) o, BaaMM B hi:\\Mi: IKOTMAN A \l U' I Free! ion III;\I HOUSES t %  on Pulls lum AN .\OI;N<:EMKI\T. naTa alt >oU' Copy ba-furc Pfajl .h iMJh llrr,1 MjPfM itBw.ed f.r HicnibllMin holiday mat. We repair the a in Ihree hod,. Squire Deal l> pa|r tarvlee. L'pP-r Heed Btfl ir l.il.-nvacle IS LOST A FOI XII LOST QUASEBS -Pair of Roading Olatao Turtle SheM (ramaa near H 1. \ Hulldi.K Pmder pleaar return U Uvntuiiii Drpt I'eward IS It 81 —1> Teeth Loose Oums Bleed 1 to u.iniulutf jn> poling ,*\ ,)„ Miinilicinl RMS tuit •I Modern Btiluh Ctlil Try \N ) i i COHlA* FUKit -< ,.. 0.0..C o.t-.' attai s. tMl. can). (Fall .... U <..*> -- JUST THE THINC ifele Wodcl ii.. inf tlurneii nc Can bake a Chlrkei Sllun'nouM Oil 11 MAI SOI A I.MIIS CURIOS ANTiqi'KS. JEWEL*. CARVINGS FMBK01DER1E8, Ete. Colonial devwlopinent. but he tlcIIIBIBII Wtwill not be committed with regard to what li pending or under considerntlon, but what is already done <.i pracal Id arflj %  .ed through." Mi l^lttlton. who was Minister ol Production In Mr. Ctiunhill'* WETtime Cabinet and \* an expert DM uuply of raw ml tii.ii he was now examining Use lubteel <>f the L'evei' mi.nt ..f Colonial lerritoiiE;. I"ur the supply of Ihe r.iw BBBserUu needed lor Rrtlum's rtMinidineiil drtn HB I aOBsldejnng, he said, whether BDH < alleviation ..f the nesreity of raw %  by upeeUil measure* and whi it i n ..ml long-ten i. i m| priority. Asked nb>ut the constitution. and working of the Colonial OeVffOvinent Corporation, he said. that he had had two conversations I with Lord Rellh, chairman of lite. i rP] II, '1 think c st^e eye to ey* a* to how things ought '.o go." M. ..f the quesUom Mr. i Lytleti n was asked dealt with Malay.', the first of the Commonwealth trouble roots" that he is VtBntn| Me is due to leave Lortdon Ul the end "f November ...I Sin^.tpore -inii will afterwards BO on lo Hong Kong. The purp-ae of this trip he summed up ,ili dntBajf as: "To see for rivself With Mr. l.ytielton at his V Mjj %  .'iiferen.e were Mr. Alan Boyd, newly appointed %  I State for Colonial Aftajn'S. and the Karl of Munster. who will IKMr Lyll.li llaiWEDtary I'nder-Secretary of .* .e. Neither spoke at the meelMr Lennox-Boyd. who is 46 (he will lie 17 on Novembei 18). was of the West Indies sub%  •inmllcof ihe Imperial Affairs c iiimmttec of the Conservative r rty. when the Cnnserv.it.VN %  opposition in tinLot : ..itlom-nt He held OoArerornent sra the war ai Partlaf. iv Secrcury tn the Ministry "f Labour and held other junior iMOt posts during the war. Hi I. been one of ihe Con: vitive Party's principal spoke."• %  In \hf House of Commons > V. .-I Indian affairs and has paid i vollta to the West Indies. II laki 'up was made during the l>uniBer and had to be cut short whefj Mr l^nnox-Boyd was reBllan to Englimd to take part in the Genual Election .-ampalgn —B.U.P. i WllUam P. N —I'.! %  No PJTOBRM III Kuroun Trun* Talks MUNSAN. Nov. 14. The United Nation iii.-m t said that after I the Kurvan Arim-inDBlttM .it rantmittiiiii. muiust attitude, BtUI dwwd Uw they wanted a de facto (iespily their dBfOBsleBil dBoJaJ I'oday's talks which wen) OB non %  minul %  brougjlt no iirogitis". Uu I re the mn lekesman Rrieadler Gen | devetopmenlB'eral. William Nuckols -.ud. The | trying lo ft) itlon % %  •' prodtntod eaib da* to tka akuidi it n ten !-.,.*< ia | ,iaVdoiwperw'''aai aaScn froaa flOMIiWvnHi>l-'*--lii.. j Oa^iMot MK heanhum _— V^ aa.n -fwi %  tad kotdn i %  nwab, or MSN lei'ii dMSMMMI •• "ill hi %  avawes* ISRHAIUHID onu m C C* • it rapidly ncutraliiet ihe of the Irouble. Prepared in sufficient to restore healthy be taken in water so as to act more quickly and thoroughly, rapidly reaching ihe slomach walk w ilh its soothing, neutralizing solution. Er.r>"W"">uW/or; Indigestion DMJ|MMJ1 Heart bum I Un.Ua.-c PalptlatkM Gaslrk-... id"kv Alwktltfulin arefMMt attaaal HV I a I.AHKWAV a co.. anaerm SEAWELL KIVA I.I A. Stop that Cough! HI i*. MsaaMM f..r BBOfl I t J eOBMJ H ffefl limii> pkjijrn ii .iv humc. ZUMli COUGH lOZCNfilt nuke Ihorl work of bEBIMjBWI Bfld irfit.itin-j. Iiiilu IBsRjha, Inl :,..../ul... an rcjdy lo ba popped into your mouth ai lha iim .ign M ihroai dry nest or torencss. WIIISF Irnia Trinidad T M<.ra. o BennalL J Parinha, E McCurmhrk. a P Bradthaw. T Sihlnlaeth J Laniahlr. M LauBhlln. I Caii.i. M De Vctiemt t. It—.. r.llii", II Bercovilch, J Hadred, J Trace v. F Tiscev. M. Trace. It Btobaueh. 11 Stubauah. a Stobauai' B Slnbaiiah. f Boird in %  \wii in li> r. ill \ ..-. WHiNr-OAV lar Trlalaad Herbert Gill. MarlonGill. rBomai God win. Chandia Porinanand. H*. Dcvrtc. Ann Dr. ii--. Wll'iam Orin-'-ad K-%  taad, With Bkl-r. ll.iah O-anc. Naiman In Touch With Barbados Coaital Station Cable and Wl %  ads lac thai the with the 101...W through then BarDadoa cw %  %  i n* Bealir-ew %  Uul.i.iea, >•. Kaban %  Jet-en. %  • S .... H-.nl>.. . ifa %  nMt. f. 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Egypt Will Not r Yield To U.K. Premier Tells Parliament t. n H GYP 7 SERVED d e an new warning that it will ro^anC den iand for the withdrawal of Bntiah troops, P?.^ M V y J"Z m ' P r "" 1 compulsion" rfw£ r, USU e^ ?i N . haS P Sna S 8J ak '"8 '" the name Sri? g <• ? !he upenin,f i ^' on ' Pwliamenl lhallm .nvrmment has no intention of yielding to Britain .h„ 7,f.. n Up L lhe Prmler s word s. the Government f<.r [tie first time began organizing "underground libor.t.on ftssKisP* he Br,,i5h fro '" hfSu c anai • nd ,.Uw5Hi ,,, .'"' ns Spr "". K up E RVPtian.wide in recent weeks. ILK. Will IMIIRV 1AM; Ui\s disclosed that the Government 4 new and more militant stand. He told a Press Conference that henceforth liberation will be organized, and trained by the Government. Some 2.000 students and workers shouted anti-British slogans and waved Nationalist banners as the Premier and Ring rode In Mate together from the Palace to Parliament building for the owning, The Premier told Parliament. my Government won't change policy whleh met your unanimous approval, nor yield under any form of pressure or compulsion. Mission Abroad Nahas al-o said (hat the Egvplian Governmeni was sending a ...road to miv arms and importing foreign expert* to build up Egypt's own production or arms, ammunition and planes. After saying thai Egypt would not yield to pressure, Nahas added, "it would have been better for Britain if he had accepted the facts and decided f or oeace ,if er *eeing the Kgvptian peooleV unnnimniis determination to fitlfll their demands, despite all <>h>>r|e and constant saeriftre*, bul Urilnln or-h-i-red violenc and lirute force.—-IT.P. Defend The Sudan CDBV TELLS COMO\S •Ike* Has Convinced Tap U.S. Officials I; PARIS. Nov. 15. has convinefeT top ifnerlvU official* lhat the WP-I must have ready an armv in Km ope by the new target date of 1952 and the only way to do it is for the U.S. to pour' a new flood of weapons into the continent. During his "crusade in Washington" partially obscured by the smoke of Presidential tumours the General was learned to have sold top policy makers on the, 'Eisenhower plan' for a medium sized but fullv equipped N A.TO. army by the end of Persia Postpones General Elections TEHERAN. Nov. 15. The Persian Government postooned its general election from Nov. 21 to Dec. 18. because Prime Minister Mossadegh is delaying n from the United States. The Mailis made this decii by a majority at trie session which *m sometimes In an u| roar. —UJ. LONDON. Nov. 15 The Foreign Secretary. Anthony Eden, declared on Thursday in the House or Commons that Britain will ensure the defentv •nd security of the Sudan until it is ready for self government "Ih view of the uncertainn caused In the Sudan and elsewhere by the Egyptian Governmeni'. unilateral .it-'ion, purporting to abrogate the 1036 Treaty of Alliance and the two condominium agreement* of 1899, His Majesty'Government ilnd It necessary 'o reaffirm lhat they regard the genera) and present Sudan Government as fully responsible foi continuing the administration of the Sudan," Eden told the House of Commons in a formal statement. He said that the constitution, providing for self-governmeni may be In operation In the disputed Nile Valley country by the end of 1952. Then it will be up to the Sudanese to determine freely whether they want to be Hied with Egypt or Britain. —v.r. ^ a** ^_PQacy FIVE CENTS Yugoslavia Warns U.N. Against Russian Peace Moves PARIS. No*. 15 \f VRSIIAL TITO'S YUGOSLAVIA to-d*aj compared -** Stalin'-. Idi-M.i with Hitler's (lennnm The Yugoslav Foreign Minister. Fdtird Kurdelaj. the delegate to ihv I'nited Nation* appe.iled lor help in preventing Yugoslavui Itecoiuiiii: another Korea. KiiniHaj. ipg*ktng from neawly luui it tuml le with Ru Tito break, cautioned uthei members ol the United N to bev-anof Ru lan |>ni(osstnns of pcwki V.K. Debt to Colonies' Lvllellon tth regard "Political OUtpfrqp" SAYS MtLVEKTO\ LONDON, Nov. 15 I-ord Milverton, former Colonial Governor, said in the House of l>ords on Wrdnesday night, lhat to .insure .he dependent people i.f the British Empire of thei right to self determinatii In an economic sense. political g-bfcitrap"' A former Labour peer and now n Churchill supporter. Lord Milverton has been Governor of North Borneo, Gambia. Jamaica and Nigeria, tie said that no nation has the right to a higher standard of living than it is willing and able to win by lib own enterprise. industry, and ability. If some of the "wilder aspirations" of some African politicians V-ere fulfilled and European enterprise is driven to depart, then their countries will face inevitable ruia. he said.—C.P. U.K. Speaks Wilh One Voice On Colonies I From Osr Own Correapondvnl > LONDON, No*. 15.* What Is said l n Westminster is important. But what is said in Kuala Lumpur or any i ony Is equally important Especially what is said by British people who are not officials In the colonial service. This Is how thn Maecheater Guardian comment* this morning \ upon two speeches made yesterday: one in the House of Com1 mom and one In the Tanganyika Ugljdnture. The Commons speech was' made by Mr Oliver Lyttelton > Secretary of State for the Col-! onies. He assured members that 1 there would be no change Uii colonial policy under the new Government. The colonies were "above party politics Tho Tanganyika speech WM made *>v Brigadier Srunham, Chairman of the UnoffiVia' Member! Organisation. i n it he aald that for the British to abandon their liberal tradition m dealing with ether races was to invite the extinction of the li^ht of civilisation which Britain could inproud of having lit. Kqual Consideration Referring back lo Mr l*y Helton's -assurance to Mr. Ortftltha that the principle of equal consideration fo r "all colours and crews' in multf-metal communities would be accepted the Guardian writes: "These may sound truisms here. Thev nre not necessarily so overseas It Is important that all those who m the colonies have been either fearing Or counting on change of policy with a change ftf Government should know as '• was jSsoon and as "mere' possible that S Britain speaks Tolce." "Fire Lady" Carries Off Nelson Handicap IN SURPRISE WIN MR. S A BLANCHE!*! S bay (illy Fire Lady carried off the Nelson Handicap from a Held nf six In a surprise win over 74 furlong at Ihe Garrison Savannah yesterday, the third dgy of the scheduled fotn ;in\ II T.C" Autumn Meeting. RESULTS AT A GLANCE IIIIII. n\\ HIT*t:"TH BAI* I I IM i.l |.is -i .i.n,~ I I.AMI M \HK *..n* ""MIIMH >\U i nai av i.\Nt u—•*<• MM t\\ ....!., SI SV*\ Qaot-a Tories Plan To Diruti Attention To VN I., Uahamus unequivocally Ms' p U l Hie Wc%\ Indies o n these Issues in effect with one Rain on Wednesday and early reateraaj made the track a slim me. There were no record-. broken, but the racing was keen ind WIUMMII untoward Incldeni kited lo Ihc k'"-i ludgment of the handicap, i UM fact thai Ihera w. n six Hist time winners yesterday .' [> I ll.llVtlt Rib Dunqjaar q ue was ahif to repeat her (Irst d.is Three Winnrrs ie> Crosaiey piloted home M nnei %  yeaterd Qui and laitchmnn .unl I %  t Mctchei one each. The crowd was not ns large us i Friday the Bank-lf it ws better than that of the nrsl of the Meeting. he lowc-l riclil Slarul pn/c .1 .-.is $214 91 in the S.iv.uii Lodge Handicap, Iha ftj I %  nt of the day, but lunch time New %  sag* Weies had lost s wickrU for ftfl runs LUNCH stout: BOARD MM s„uth Wales First Ihhlhgs K^mrs c. w 11, nit b Jones • Morris r Worrell b Comer 4 Morcnrt g fioddard b (iomei ft Miller c Gomez b Junes 30 Burkr ran oat 11 !<• .um . not IS I.lndHsll III.I out 7 *t"' .. 1 ToUl (for S wlekeU) gg LOMXJN. ffOA Tonight I can reveji j pUm to nd UM Bafl creofeihtl) in ihv lore* (rent of Parliumentary artaira. ii.u pi-n baa bail, originated by' t: i nvative party Jinpeiuil AjTaln i omnuttee .is p-rt 01 tneir campaign to focus attention on the col". • Tin Cooimttt.e comprising of West Indian interests among Iha C'onservniiv.^ Otttslde Ihe House, I'.< h.ir<( lwtdy Muggins, wifn of the former Governor of Jam leg Will Keep Contact This Committee will keep in close touch with the West I notes and the Bahamas and REPORTER HARRED FROM J'CA HOUSE KINGSTON, Nov" 18. II i Qltasggrg political parUa* incnlaiy and iudostrtnl raMrtOf rirn Smimond* WHS today barre'l In in the Hi use ol l; pre* -rnd its pi. j -nr by the Speaker, < Ian net Con Speaker in his i.noo word ruling i with willing ir. h PerUi nl jind iy wilh a malicious and s, uui-.u ,m ., K up,,. (ho Speaker and the House In parartt* the Conservative West Indies titular, objtin K t tl,, word: Sub-Com mil tees inside the House, tUmt I think AN the Mouse of Both Commltteei Mil meet ;i*. i Representatives lo grow up. Tm the commencement of each Pur-1 pies 'nt members have been In LONDON The 'alarming growth >( tht erllng balance the ft of Sl.itc tor the Colonies Ml OU*t l.Vi:..loll gUI I'-l CoaKsaeasl .-I, ii" K He mill i waeri !o -., ,.ii worn about cspanalon to the ofltce which I n honour to hold I do not t>i there Is any Held in win. I Bftatrg it will ii.iv,. whin efnci i. Dn> m] ' ling mi' >• i whole than .i developnw ini i.. II o( the i and trade of the potonial l. rrito les. I shall indeed count myae fortunatg ii* have Mat oHIea whi [ new Mold || | an ggalti rll ,i"i •'! these ii'suita and %  hel|>niii my 'ili' hen III tlpposites liomciitftrv session, then the MIO l ni.mittee will give the House Committee up-to-the nunUta ili-tni'-. of .vents In the Wist Indies nnd the Bahamas, and will pui forward polntg nf view and %  ugjejatlona trOM winch will then be asked. Member! of Lady Muggins' the Una) choice for deputy, oust-l Committee which is ni yet \ning Labour Par!v member Hon.] pletod Include Sir Frederick S*eReymond Qljsnntdo contested election. JAP TREATY BILL I-ONIX>N. N.v I %  tei iiHarsAnthony 'i-Kluced In Ihe House of C'mmons Thursday a bill to provide for the carrying Into effect innese pence treaty. The • Brst rending —C.P. Truman said he did not disc domestic politics wilh General Dwlght Eisenhower during then recent c 'What lh< Ighl hon Oeatleman inhertlei i-nu not, therefore, quite •> lad III i. piftnied enrlici In his Ipeeefl Mi Lyttelton %  I am quite well ware that the rtghl hon Oenl in -ii oppqelte think th.it Ihev dU Dvered Ihe Colonlei I will ha\< •ay aboul th.it l.itci Loitu Term I believa that Ihe solution I lOmy of the whole gtarlirie aiea lies in thidlreetlOb .nid I think lhat there may b, Mime luithei. allhouKli IhOJ be imail, aUevhitlona which %  < be drawn tu.in 11 lih.ijev hut I do not think theran he massive Must Of OUr hoj" must b' concentrali"! on thi mid nd long-term classei jecls. "I do not u'i'h to mafta moi than a passing reference, and i not think I should h ive duo had Iha rlftii hon Oentlema .I iTitorvcni'd. to ihe alarming] growth %  •! the sterling balancei ol Ihe Colonies. Thci have gone u|, 9f1 | loo million (luring Itn in lent year and have now reached llgure ei over tl.000 million. I inly want t., |Mtlnt out—and ihi no cnUcfsrh Wnatavar ol tn\ predaceaaor, who was aaugjlst an ti a financial crisis thai a systenil r cotohial osrrelopment win.1 %  • %  Colonies to finance th' Mother Coutiliy to the i-xtent if EI .000 million cannot continue un i tusked. I do not think th.d .n... .on Mgrhbai in anj part of DM Route would dissent fiom lhat • -ition." Mr. Galtskrll.%  W.mU t tin ight hon. Gentleman give lAv tner figures for aterllni I.I is will' It Is rather misleading o take one particular gnmp ( ,t | not others. The tight h < tleman spoke, for instance, of the Mother Country financing Itself at the expeoag of the Cotoeli i i, quite so aure ihat other member) of the Commonwrnlth un not In.oUe.1 in Ihi* nl"--' Mr. l,;WUn: 'A, Beergtai of State for the Caloofa I %  entitled to make some remarkabout the indebtedness of the Mother Country to the Colonlei Russia Will Bv Asked To Disarm ) TlttVVB tit: n u II n\< Kiiiim PARIS Hvt I United ierj i... n. .i.ii Tryi %  on ot the AIIIC. Uaarmameul pro) latlve %  ui.r said mi Ihur.i.^ %  ?ral Asseiui>i\ adatei opening a p neraJ dahat s whk h ends laie on .. ii. will appea both Ihe • aat gad eeat to mpji supreme attempt here > i o.i in. cold v II ind hot .vni known he wouk %  npi'i.r! ,,, gera i r the wesl lh d do fend then n w ht t !k. ,.,ii,, ,.,k. nil urtty ,i. urti M. Bai %  ei del • • Soviet Ukrainian fcvden atli %  I I kan impertallst" .IMI i iWEST'S PLAN IS A TRICK SAYS RUSSIA PARIS, Nov. is The Soviet bk* ridiculed the a, i laarmament pi i %  i .. ,1,1'rrl mill' : abOUt the Soviet Union Th" **rea| purpoae of the ) ols of the United Mate*, Britain. nid France bll disarmament Is to olleet ati rat Intelligence dotj just as William Ootls did ft ki,i." ihe Hungarlsw A. M Bai iggn k> ioid tht United NaUoni CjeaigTal Assembly. Speaking In the %  snortf debate, l.v ieferie.1 to ihe Asso%  %  i i .i who earlier this year was arrested, I and Jailed in Prague on linn o* I Yugoslav I'ropoaeU I Yugoslav!., prop aged, trim t<> %  rt sgain^t l Call upon the S wtci bloc to make their attitude towards Yugoslavia conform to the principles of the I'nited Natrons to restore normal rttplomntir relation* with via 3 Ordc YiiRoMav llelutH in Rumania, Hulgnrla. and 4 To aat • %  d "srimw%  ionfi>. of boiiU-i%  aid the problem of i r eaalve preeauro agidnat lated rase. %  i^ tvpi.-al of the present %  Ituatirm : nartl* of prof on ml dtscrepanev between % %  -M ,( ihe preaaal son Ign poft i Millet M:neil\rc in Ihe period pieccdlng the Second World War he piopaxiiuda game vhlcl ii illlnglv ataetSr to Ihe KHinr Ivine played now. •We ito our requMfl Ihe Sorlai fovshminenl %  <> tike d> We demand Soviet governmeni only our thing —to abandon plans for ubjectlng Yugoslavia to ttP hegemony, to rease aggreaaivg pnirg and loatth Ktivitatl against m> country, and to show thai ininimum of re|>eel (or the of a fee nation, withwhich then can big no internaUonal ce>opgration or peace in the world —f.P Iradhv In PurisTo Join Top Talk** PARIS. Vov. IS. v OrnM Bradle) Chairman "t the United! %  Chief! of St.itT .niued by nil I %  U |oin high level talks on the major recasting of W tern defence olloi r The "ADVOCATE" paya for NEWS Dial 3113 Day or Night. U.S. HAS POPULATION OF 155,107,000 WASHINGTON Nov. IS The population of Ihe United States including the overseas climbed t on October I. the C %  This was an in over Septcnilioi I. The offlcl.il lftln eanau was 15I.I3MKIO I *.P. I'd force* 155.107.00(1 us Bureau Killing Of Allied Prisoners May Have Repercussions U.K. m tho defensive during the preseni nice talks. He said that hV %  I. :v' (Mivi-ininent In fi Kin ( :.|..m has complete onlldetu-e m the Uniterl Nation' ommand < inducl Ok Opi Korea." Labourite C. Wilcock demanded thai Churchill make represent" Ions "to General Mathew Itiditwu •o that Comm uiw.^lth treofl would nol be used in any att.u I "No. No" ChnrehIM said SI | n' would not "in in t dei iTalking ii v such ropreaentd ons wiVout consulting othe e would not approach Ihcs kivenunenta itecuuse of iint.m complete hmfldenca In Kidguav i f TOKYO. Nov. 15 Allied disclosures of I killings may cause repercussion* bolh in thi Korean cease-fire talks and on the battle line. United Nations charges, that the Chinese and North Korean Feds have slaughtered nearly 6.000 T ml led Nations pi has war. were expected to bitter issue when the tni"ft gnome to discussing '.he eschrnge of prisoners, if ev do not crop up sooner. The battle reaction may be immediate. Allied troops generally had presumed that the Chinese Reds treated their i nsoners better than tl.Koreoris who massacre tlmated 3.000 Amem-. 10 <> % %  *HI Pus belief was fed hy Chinese Red strategy of releasing American and British prlfbtiers in small groups, last •rioter, amen the righting .%  •. raging al its highest peak, an Allied spokesman said. At, incomplete tally of nlrortlies shows "a record of killings and barbarism, unique In the Communist world."—C.P. "fmply thy full glaa; fill thy empty g/ass/ can't bear to see Ifty $fa netiner empfv nor fall" MSfU'S f N dnvg when gen'.l-men if ihe type f rUMUsl thought nothing of cnmuming M*J Off more l>ottles of fine port during their .ifter-dmner relaxflllnn period, their trend of thought was effectively put into words by the extravagant lillle drinking song of CM \ in the 18'h Century, which begins "Bacchus mull BOfg Ins potrer resign— i am fi.only C.4 of Wine' 1 "Lef Win,' bg rurrd and land and *a— And lei the! Wine be all for me"" To-day. the gentlemen of r ir vlntngiretain the enthusiasm of Carey probably not his wish cxprcxr-d in thrwe last lew line* Tin-.. hoA'cver, ate in full kOeUrd with the anghfl ot Rabelais %  and find no deeper satisfaction than in doing it — MLMiag U.S. Plane Ffrintd In Hf>uiitaius \


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PACB TWO R ARBADOS ADVOf\TH FRIDAY. VOYFMBF.R 16. 15I I Vimims:... %  %  unday. at presanl havuiK dlscus.it.. Mi \ da K FrampV; i t, r.il Adviser IB <' : .ring Xhe pOB.I> ring sM/ HI LANCAWfcK Don't i iii.a f, ihai I don't wonder/wl. •,. ranh wouM a I rrniiiul i.^im think I, urhai do uilh .i MJ.ar Barbados Rifle Team M R MARCEl. DtVttTBUIL and Mi (; r. nigri members of the Barbados rifle team which took part In the Trinidad Rifle Association's Annual let) ended with the shoot for lbs taebor Cup, rrttirnv H W 1 A Trinidad won the Anchor Cup. Barbados placi Bfld HritNow In West Africa I RAVI recently bad news from %  mar colleague, Mr K. B Timothy, whose articles, mainly on colonial problems, have appeared in papers throughout the West Indies and Bahamas. Timothy I" now in West Africa where he has become Asslstan* Editor of !'<• Ilnlv Graphic. He report" that he Is settled in and enjoying life. Married In England T ;(t. BUUTiagS look place on lay, 1 ita N vamber, in .-iween James, only son of the late Dr. H. G Johnston, M.U.. K.U.C s bo. oi Jamah.-. and Mrs. A. u. Johnston, ol Kaveleston Gardans, Edinburgh, and Kathleen Margaret, only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. M. Ryan, of Glenkinchie, Pencai.land. East Lothian. Colonial Exhibition r IE touring version of the CToloni.il Exhibition en ed last week at LSWBffati Charles J.fTnr Deputy Undcrof State at lh Office The original b was opened In London in 1949 ii want tn %  lour ol eight provUkeU %  >r it re urnctl %  % %  part of the F. The version now in Leicester has been 0T0U| up to da e Scout Problems H URRICANE or no bU DsS First Canbbe.ii ol iBOOd for jjnuK'ii larch Mb and 17th next is going ahead. This is the lataa) tafXBM ion reaching Scout HaaoV IH London ano i trim Kingston. In fact. Jam ma'only worry seams to be: which Scouts are going to attend'' For l.ntisn Scout* the problem is largajj Itoaaci a l The cos. of a passage to Jamaica is .-onsideiaDlc. If this problem can bl there remains Iba employers and headmasterwho will permit Scouts to be awiy lor a couple of months. If these obs acles can be overcome, a %  mall party of King's Scout* drawn from all over Britain will go. Barbados Scouts have gtmllai problems but it is understood tha 1 H.W.I Airways ate paUsl uivc Barbadian and othrr Wl Scou s a large redmtion h money. Sir Bede? Resigns %  SEE that Sir Bede CU0OR1 has resigned from the board of Bull Ins (Bahamas). Sir Ilcdr has conslderaule connec HUI with tho Caribbean colonies. 11 former Governor of Trinidad and prior to that was Governor of the Bahamas. Talking Point Fortune Ur hkc a won/ax a tfcM, %  M.i* d • you fill your to farce leisure hours rrrfl-ft'toam pei ArUeEMLVN ___ W 1 LUAHR: "When 1 take a holiday 1 ii lannuage* 1 find it rnen-^. JMOTS wry ralraah mg This rsar :n luiy 1 read Stefan Zawtfi Life of Mary Antoinette in thf origlna' QOTBsIl Hl\\ LjOODBYE.MY FANCY HI u i m \ i l'l 4/1 III %  11 1 kMH i miJOt • Ptrr FUMina to I HAM I*I, ii a. %  ,l.r . I....WI.I' 11 III -i s LSI ISM oi m vi u\ o*s > CBAsr.r! to <•!! ft* is ttl \ i o s\M|l| IK Will' II r Ii|l-l CAII rv sr J*MIS kihnny UMI BMOWN A I I SI • lll'l %  •iN A^d> CLYDE ,-.',-,--'-'V'-*-'GLOBE On MMO TOOAV S ..nd H 15 p.m. and < antlnuln DOWN ARGENTINE WAY IV.n Carmen Betty The N, % %  MIRANDA GKABLE BROTHERS THE HIGHLIGHTS OF THIS FILM ARE f ARMI:N MIRAMIA Slajgina and Djiwini "Mama v., Qalcra" Huiiin Tl Bump Lav Ah VI VI VI THE NICHOLAS BROS International Coloured Tapplni Wlrard DOS AMMlli; Slnslna •Two Dreamo Me 1 "Serenade to Vu'' l .i.iiiBETTY C.RABLE flliiglni "3 Lonely Heart*" Danclnr. "The La Cnga" risrwrighl MARV II tl li mil Gardening sod painting are mv two tions frugal 2 30-4.45 a Tll-ll AV AND CONTINUING ffONltl ALSO WITH Tins FILM THE REPEAT ALL STAR TALENT CONTEST writing < m Of llll and aza!.n in mRiriimond terrace asrd-r. And I am now experimenting • ltl> MO square feet of nu'lirooT-in %  dxuMd win* 1 Gooiltire My fancy was their passwmd FITZ HAREWOOD — Singing NKVIl.I.K PHTLUP8 KEITH SEALEY WKSTEHN BOYS ORVIL GRANDERSON HUBKRT CI.AHKF DOUa dUiFFITH MALCOLM MURRAY MEHLYN ROLLOCK \,U. II A Ml. IVANS: I \i something varj '10*. vrr> I -mg or very medi!.. live I idle conversation warder mg abN ting in the gardfr wtirrlji of W H Dales' oopm 1 1 5tand anil stare' outte lot" l.o-l.lir CRAWFORD m^ ROBERT t^^k YOUNG f**^ a PRANK ^ L OVEJOY "Begin The Beguine" "Jealousy" "Night and Day" "The Mule Train" %  Silent Night" • %  Be My Love" MI,, Moon" "I Apologise" "Too Young to Know" BAL 4S — BOX o PIT IS — IIOI'SE u — %  DOORS OPEN PROMPTLY ? P.M. lUl.i. Radio Programmr FBIOAV NOVINUI i IMI tl 10 p 'it Nf.i Anilllll a- •* BMSBS DM I in Ti"' II %  %  (Upm Mu.ii HBSIIII>V M P m ComB\ THE WAY . By Beachcomber A \w; : %  other oaf i u inoca lung \. "I .i nwnlir BtOry rtlil.ii ri.tUT ; %  u ,i ojadai %  nun IK-II I i.'. %  des iiiiTer in ihelr tg BORU l h lbs i|uiet dignity of; Wh.-n Mrs. Odgell. i miarlor daeorator, ot aliened her log ... or "Nino i-o-i, whciMnaes total 400, .1 in .1 tug-oi-war y*terda) in Ihe Swlndon 1'ublic That mig-hi be called II -of-fjet opening. MOSl facKing is. "Wolrd BflbsM in the cfcunney of a council house %  ng led to the discovery a, wedgeil 17 feel above Ui nro%  eaten ;i ipBO i rei ord belonging to tinvlabr*s btown-ayad patlta, Rv foot six daughter mInw. .. %  S t cpmmWU M ANY people prefer ihe Jolly Utfis orl -I luckydips, those list* of odd newsitcm collected with such usllaoos An oa'r.cli at the Ipowkb Zoo 4 IIOSSU'OIIII aarass Mat, ui I p il li n.ii'.r pride snsp. iHl i TUB bet. un lop ? (Si lust vnuil i tLe*allo|. (l I. Cieat %  card lame. <9I HU progreaa wim •cirmaO. (41 pwiii eoluniDtotr (SI Ill irir aiiawet. (S) Wilt vtie minar awea. (Si .'ilit IS! But not oL.'iarwisfl (3) I prrrrnt III UUt. IS I I Mill II i'.use MM*. lUi IK, li ,I.I—I cue. iti dip %  in two lert i5 IT iui medico tat ale the ear of a child't rocking* Two bouanen who married sisters won a niushr*>in-]i'kini, oontaat ut afkltalilawsi A I'enzance verger baS dug up a /MM War inedui in his orchara. A sutk containing empty bOtttaS was found by night-watehmuu .inn Fullerton on the roof o( -> lUK-nAisary. Wltlvwlwn art i u*nU are aav?ng up to buy bivyckfor ihiir li. II lift Thieves who broke Into %  brickworks at Staple Mallet in the early hour-, of Octobaf 2$ stole 68 bricks. Twntv warn uf iprimr T HE one-man band used to be g f imilmi Sight in tho streets, but there is BOO man orchestra. The classics have baan pi Mg on .1 moutb-organ. In a concert hall. I look forward to opera at Covcnt Garden without an orches ra. if Tosenninl can be persuaded to conduct 11 solitary mouth-organ, it is not txacti] what Wagner 1nte1ul.1l. but It Is a novelty, and ihenfun .m iu provemcnl. But to drown HullgnzTi It will have to be the btrgast mouth-organ in Europe, with 20 strung-mou hed men in a line, to 1 play Ithurl hint A POCK ot wet rubber wrapped round each lump of coal will give a very *low-lnirning fire. HmMvr riiusic unit nlrongor trim: hn I T HE disgruntled in.ni who has complained that he stuck .1 sausage in a candlestick, lit it. and read b) it. must bava baan a dashing *"i1 of fellow I .in imagine his matei anting t> him to tell him not to burn the %  jusage at both ends in wicked London. %  %  %  ram-Trf-, a IS v i ;iw pm. Ni'l Al %  ; iV-IB .Ml T*i | rchanl N %  %  n. a** PflU|>:l Newt. I li UN n .'i T*HK Braxied-road Ga?-worka hand WSa .11 inid-i. They were swinging '"trough "Take %  I'' 1 of Spiirkliug Eye. as though to thr* manner '>orn. Mrs. wllhataailga. leaning cautiously against a groggy smokcat-ck. surrendered herself :.. tba lilt of the music. It reminded her of a certain South Coaal pier, and the whelks, and the MM Mi. nTttsanraadga onlUng her a bloonim' VaBttf. All Sfonl merrily, until the musicians bei;nn,. aware of an eerie movement. ;, trembling of the craft as though she smcllcd th<> brine in bat steais, and would fab confront once more the niguik main. I-, ther,no BBObO .iiiani' cried Harry II, IgS lonrwSing his trumbone. "And what would thi* old dump do with an anchor?" flung bach thiaputhe'.ir harridan. Stratiff ptiin/r/i on, Ailmintl I T soon, berame clear that the shuddering of the old craft was rather a part of the general disintegration \ than any untoward dnirc to sail majestically lii-i muddy berth. A bit of mast, used as a perch *>y th • ship's cat, Hiiiiiiins. sllasarad o> er the port beam. A langle.1 Mass of rigging which. in locular momenu. Mrs. Witherledge calle-l bar kmttinc. nras dislodged from a boHotnlsai lirazier Some unidentifiable nautical gadget landed with a thump in the .stern. Then silence feil one,, more and the rehearsal continued. Admiral Sir Ewarl Hodgai n. fnim the window of hi" Ogtosj in I/Hs Honrl Power llous 1 '. peered through a time-wi'ii • %  i scope at th e goings-on aboard bis ship, much us Nelson might have contemplated from hiHi urn. a circus on th I main deck of the Victory. Tl—ilriM-11 rtwl. a pm %  %  I %  r-iiii-ii Hai R nii.Ci*ng t<> mint. ftoma Mjnif**v Rotrala, Lead.-: of the Congress group of tin Ne;Cabinet has already ordered tin %  elcase of all political prisonei i' rebellioi fxcept one or twe I —I/.I-. Also :— "BLAZE BUSTERS" with the Men l>ehind THE FIRE FIGHTING EQUIPMENT I 1 1 4/ \H -iiiMs i'W!;',".;w.U'//w; JAKETTA IIi:ss SHOP I.OWKK IIKOAl) STUKIT DRESSES of ALL types Al 0 BATHING SUITS Straptai BU-tle Satin 111 exotic sniidi's. EXCLUSIVE DBESS LENGTHS i CockUU %  nd Ewning froin the Continent. BASEHARTCORTESA LUNDI6AN .'.'.-,' :*.'.'.'.'.',*.'-',i'.;--i*.*.*-i'.:5-; *-:•.* ROBERT WISE ROBERT BASSLER %  EXTRA I "FASIIIONEI1 FOR ACTION" <^ N ^ m •'/, '^ 1 ., 111*. 1 \ nua i*i irr-a* ll 1 oral. (Sl asaisw %  Rupert and the Lion Rock—30 h ''ft M bf'or ig tan in ha rut sawnd on Rk, Ruprrr *<*. lorjrd ,tu t,t, tod |bt I Ol f.rii.:ipM >• Bag Rollo get nf*i a. look. ihei* ihe ittr brio* k.'' ht m.irmur*. "out. oh k-:f th. • hi 1 ih R iip* ri. nooody> DJ III m* how w t'g be %  tree thctc ind %  Mat.*' I can't. n NSl I would teli md I mut'n'i areik I i'it •• inuir wsnh ihote %  Ml **t hi iS'. av %  laaai ft. •>< .$1.55 lAHCil MIII'^IM or OIL TABLING 45 ins IN WONDERFUL ASSORTED SHADES. CONGOLEUM FLOOR COVERINGS $1.47 $2.17 per yd. SILVER STAR SQUARES $7.30 $14.60 each EVANS & WHITFIELDS DIAL 4606 4294 Doctor Suspended CHICAGO. NOV. H Chicago Medical Society, la %  .h; n spaodad Dr. Andraaj iv \ c-President ot Ihe I | <: Illinois charging Ihal inI.... ulatad *'Me;tiroi ethica** by Uv m-thods he sanployag ln l promil it : a substance known SJ ki.-l. li .-en" in Iba tieiUnifi.t of cancel The Medical S.. the worid^famous physiologist ana i;< id of the Unlvers.tj f, sional schools, cofnmutcil • vtoU tt i sine*' !. %  oi 'uglit krcbloten, a subaiar.r. jtseovered by Dr. Stevan Dun> k to tbsj public attantton .. kind ..f IT MIH bM %  IF MONEY COULD TALK (By LYLE WILSON) FRANKFURT. Nov II If money could talk, ii *0 |J say ihat the graatoi |x.rty pi .! divided Gcrmaiiv (,., sounder economy th.in S0BM of • %  %  winners in the lite war H ind France, for examphi he cold cash verdict • i Ms nooaj ni.trket. \9.VINGs YEASTYITE The Only Pain Reliever containing Vitamin B R O Y A L I For 1 | HUOACHES | | NERVE PUNS : COIOS j CHILLS RHEUMATIC 1 i IST.V1TB T.blcB ihe .llc.t i. nr..lcilnl! I'ain lanl.hc*. t'^ild and t:hill nmp'ra, diMppc.r, wid \.ni Ivgm lo/t*l < % %  '* nothing cbc 10ic YliAST-VITE ONLY pj-n nllmf which ALSO 1. ni. \'i:4!utn II, So make lure vou s n yBASI MlHo-cUiy. RELIEVES YOUR PAIN AND MAKES YOU FEEL WELL TODAY only — 4.30 A 1.15 lU'publif Double . Ahin Rocky LANE In "GUNMEN OF ABILENE AND "PORT OF FORTY THIEVES SAT. tl SVN. — 4.30 4. H.ir, Columbia Double 1 Robert CUMMINGS Joan CAULFIELD GIRL OF THE YEAR Johnny WE1SSMULLER Jungle Jim MARK OF THE GORILLA CAN WE ESCAPE IT r THE THING OLYMPIC FROM ANOTHER WORLD IMBY KACKKT %  ABBS can be big oo. Afte. | Naw York grand tin invc>li,:.4tu.n. nine people. including four doctors, h ndicted on rhurgi^ ,>f in.iking ."lalf a million dollari four years by selling babies on a black market Several hundred children were iitirt the going psloa ranged from £450 lo j* much .1. i: i,40

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Egypt Will Not r
Yield To U.K. "
Premier Tells Parliament
t.nHGYP7 SERVED d,e"an' new warning that it will
ro^anC ,deniand for the withdrawal of Bntiah troops,
P?.^ M VyJ"Zm ' Pr"" 1 compulsion"
rfw r,USUe^ ?i N.haS P*Sna S8Jak'"8 '" the name
Sri?g<- ? !he upenin,f i^'on ' Pwliamenl
lhallm .nvrmment has no intention of yielding to Britain
.h 7,f..n" UpLlhe Prmler's words. the Government f<.r
[tie first time began organizing "underground libor.t.on
ftssKisP*,he Br,,i5h fro'",hfSu"canai nd
,.Uw5Hi,,,.'"'ns Spr"".K up ERVPtian.wide in recent weeks.
ILK. Will
IMIIRV 1AM; Ui\s
disclosed that the Government
4 new and more mili-
tant stand. He told a Press Con-
ference that henceforth liberation
will be organized, and
trained by the Government.
Some 2.000 students and work-
ers shouted anti-British slogans
and waved Nationalist banners as
the Premier and Ring rode In
Mate together from the Palace
to Parliament building for the
owning,
The Premier told Parliament.
my Government won't change
' policy whleh met your unani-
mous approval, nor yield under
any form of pressure or compul-
sion.
Mission Abroad
Nahas al-o said (hat the Egvpl-
ian Governmeni was sending a
...road to miv arms and
importing foreign expert* to
build up Egypt's own production
or arms, ammunition and planes.
After saying thai Egypt would
not yield to pressure, Nahas add-
ed, "it would have been better
for Britain if he had accepted
the facts and decided for oeace
,if er *eeing the Kgvptian peo-
oleV unnnimniis determination to
fitlfll their demands, despite all
<>h>>r|e and constant saeriftre*,
bul Urilnln or-h-i-red violenc and
lirute force.-IT.P.
Defend
The Sudan
CDBV tells como\s
Ike* Has Convinced
Tap U.S. Officials
I;
PARIS. Nov. 15.
has convinefeT top
ifnerlvU official* lhat the Wp-i
must have ready an armv in
Km ope by the new target date
of 1952 and the only way to do
it is for the U.S. to pour' a new
flood of weapons into the con-
tinent. During his "crusade in
Washington" partially obscured
by the smoke of Presidential
tumours the General was learned
to have sold top policy makers on
the, 'Eisenhower plan' for a
medium sized but fullv equipped
N A.TO. army by the end of
Persia Postpones
General Elections
TEHERAN. Nov. 15.
The Persian Government post-
ooned its general election from
Nov. 21 to Dec. 18. because Prime
Minister Mossadegh is delaying
n from the United States.
The Mailis made this decii
by a majority at trie session
which *m sometimes In an u|
roar. UJ.
LONDON. Nov. 15
The Foreign Secretary.
Anthony Eden, declared on Thurs-
day in the House or Commons that
Britain will ensure the defentv
nd security of the Sudan until it
is ready for self government
"Ih view of the uncertainn
caused In the Sudan and elsewhere
by the Egyptian Governmeni'.
unilateral .it-'ion, purporting to
abrogate the 1036 Treaty of Alli-
ance and the two condominium
agreement* of 1899, His Majesty'-
Government ilnd It necessary 'o
reaffirm lhat they regard the
genera) and present Sudan Gov-
ernment as fully responsible foi
continuing the administration of
the Sudan," Eden told the House
of Commons in a formal statement.
He said that the constitution,
providing for self-governmeni
may be In operation In the dis-
puted Nile Valley country by the
end of 1952. Then it will be up
to the Sudanese to determine
freely whether they want to be
Hied with Egypt or Britain.
v.r.
^a** ^_PQacy FIVE CENTS
Yugoslavia Warns U.N.
Against Russian
Peace Moves
PARIS. No*. 15
\f VRSIIAL TITO'S YUGOSLAVIA to-d*aj compared
-** Stalin'-. Idi-M.i with Hitler's (lennnm The Yugoslav
Foreign Minister. Fdtird Kurdelaj. the delegate to ihv
I'nited Nation* appe.iled lor help in preventing Yugoslavui
Itecoiuiiii: another Korea.
KiiniHaj. ipg*ktng from neawly luui
. it tuml le with Ru
Tito break, cautioned uthei members ol the United N
to bev-an- of Ru lan |>ni(osstnns of pcwki
V.K. Debt
to Colonies'
Lvllellon
tth regard
'
"Political
OUtpfrqp"
SAYS MtLVEKTO\
LONDON, Nov. 15
I-ord Milverton, former Colonial
Governor, said in the House of
l>ords on Wrdnesday night, lhat
to .insure .he dependent people
i.f the British Empire of thei
right to self determinatii
In an economic sense.
political g-bfcitrap"'
A former Labour peer and now
n Churchill supporter. Lord Mil-
verton has been Governor of North
Borneo, Gambia. Jamaica and
Nigeria, tie said that no nation
has the right to a higher standard
of living than it is willing and
able to win by lib own enterprise.
industry, and ability.
If some of the "wilder aspira-
tions" of some African politicians
V-ere fulfilled and European en-
terprise is driven to depart, then
their countries will face inevita-
ble ruia. he said.C.P.
U.K. Speaks Wilh
One Voice On
Colonies
I From Osr Own Correapondvnl >
LONDON, No*. 15.- *
What Is said ln Westminster is
important. But what is said in
Kuala Lumpur or any i
ony Is equally important Espec-
ially what is said by British
people who are not officials In
the colonial service.
This Is how thn Maecheater
Guardian comment* this morning \
upon two speeches made yester-
day: one in the House of Com-1
mom and one In the Tanganyika
Ugljdnture.
The Commons speech was'
made by Mr Oliver Lyttelton >
Secretary of State for the Col-!
onies. He assured members that1
there would be no change Uii
colonial policy under the new
Government. The colonies were
"above party politics "
Tho Tanganyika speech wm
made *>v Brigadier Srunham,
Chairman of the UnoffiVia' Mem-
ber! Organisation. in it he aald
that for the British to abandon
their liberal tradition m dealing
with ether races was to invite
the extinction of the li^ht of
civilisation which Britain could
in- proud of having lit.
Kqual Consideration
Referring back lo Mr l*y Hel-
ton's -assurance to Mr. Ortftltha
that the principle of equal con-
sideration for "all colours and
crews' in multf-metal communi-
ties would be accepted the
Guardian writes: "These may
sound truisms here. Thev nre not
necessarily so overseas '
It Is important that all those
who m the colonies have been
either fearing Or counting on
change of policy with a change
ftf Government should know as
' was jSsoon and as
"mere' possible that
S Britain speaks
Tolce."
"Fire Lady" Carries
Off Nelson Handicap
IN SURPRISE WIN
MR. S A BLANCHE!*! S bay (illy Fire Lady carried
off the Nelson Handicap from a Held nf six In a sur-
prise win over 74 furlong at Ihe Garrison Savannah
yesterday, the third dgy of the scheduled fotn ;in\ II T.C"
Autumn Meeting.
RESULTS AT
A GLANCE
iiiiii. n\\
HIT*t:"TH BAI*
I I im i.l |.is 1 vn raov naia-i
i OIA10A ...m-.
-V1IININ SMI
i oroMitr r tiM.hr.
ear tit w \> -- i .i.n,~
I I.AMI M \HK *..n*
""MIIMH >\U
i nai av i.\Nt u*<
MM t\\ JOAN A *TAI I nll.
I.....It I MM Kill
IIHI I Mil l|a**lrd
- ft'ss hi nnvt e n.(....
i ARinDA *-
SISIHtlllH SAI I
"in soisn i-.ui.nwi.
I 1 S \\H \M,
......M ASO |OM m i-.l
rwiNTUTe kaot
HI SJI I ht|1 I >....!.,
SI SV*\ Qaot-a
Tories Plan To
Diruti Attention
To VN I., Uahamus
unequivocally Ms' pUl Hie Wc%\ Indies
on these Issues
in effect with one
Rain on Wednesday and early
reateraaj made the track a slim
me. There were no record-.
broken, but the racing was keen
ind wiUmmiI untoward Incldeni
kited lo Ihc
k'"-i ludgment of the handicap-
, i UM fact thai Ihera w. n
six Hist time winners yesterday
.' [> I ll.llVtlt '
Rib Dunqjaarque was ahif to re-
peat her (Irst d.is
Three Winnrrs
ie> Crosaiey piloted home
m nnei yeaterd Qui
and laitchmnn .unl I . t
Mctchei one each.
The crowd was not ns large us
i Friday the Bank-lf.......
it ws better than that of the nrsl
of the Meeting.
he lowc-l riclil Slarul pn/c
.1 .-.is $214 91 in the S.iv.ui-
i Lodge Handicap, Iha ftj I
nt of the day, but S.-ssion- the prnai i-xccnided tin-
DO and MOO mark reipei tivch
The I'oUee Hand umlfi Cnv*
C. B. Halson was again in utirn.i-
nnce and between the evt-nti. tho
sd the crowd with i lev
crlv varied piogranone ranging
rron PtieUt'i 'amry of the r;i,..ii-
ni(.rs Waldtetrferi Walia I
i the po|nji.ir ealypso
"Cricket Lovely I
ged for the bad by Capl
think ih.tt i gpetii part of n
on .in Kinplre markt-'i
mg hoard, thi- tJisk ..r whU h
. to ilnd outlris roi vgetou
pro^uetiona rran the i ototrii
hich were slow of sale. Noi
many years later, w* Rnd our-
elves in almost th oppoi n.
Pnlson
The i
.in
Most Uncivilized
Thing In 100 Years
KEY WEST. Florida. Nov 15.
PRESIDENT TRUMAN said to-day if as reported bv
the Eiqhlh Army that Communists slaughtered more than
2.MM) US. insurers of war, it Is horrible, and the most
um ivtlixed thmjf that has happehed !n 100 years.
Truman, completing: the firet week of his long wintei
vacation ;it ihe southern retreat, made the comment a'
the tiist regular news conference he held in three weekf.
He said he had not yet received
.my utTki-i facts about the slay-
Ings.
N.S.VV. Batsmen
688 at l.wiH l
P.P. G. Suvep
Mayoral Election/*
In P.O.S.
'From O-it Owi, Coiinpoitdnt-
POKT-Or-SPAIN, Nov. If.
The Political Progress Group
swept the mayoral elections at the
Town Hall on Thursday when
true to earlier predictions, the
Council removed from mayoral
office Raymond Hamel-Smhh and
put In his place George Qgfcfal, a
I'.P.G. member whose record of
j service on the Corporation i- of
.ore than two decades. Voting
was a convincing majority of
143 to edge out Quintln O'Con-
nor on the official roll call, but IS
in favour of Cabral when his
candidature was put as a sub-
stantive motion. Councillor Ber-
trand Lalslngh of the P.p.o
SYDNEY. Nev l
In their four-day match
uhirh hcian here to-day in
sag ursther. the VYeet In-
dies after winning the teas,
rat New South Wales te bal
.i.d h> lunch time New
sag* Weies had lost s
wickrU for ftfl runs
LUNCH stout: BOARD
MM suth Wales First
Ihhlhgs
K^mrs c. w 11, nit b Jones
Morris r Worrell b Comer 4
Morcnrt g fioddard b
(iomei ft
Miller c Gomez b Junes 30
Burkr ran oat 11
!< .um . not IS
I.lndHsll iii.i out 7
*t"' .. 1
ToUl (for S wlekeU) gg
LOMXJN. ffOA
Tonight I can reveji j pUm to
nd UM Bafl
creofeihtl) in ihv lore*
(rent of Parliumentary artaira.
ii.u pi-n baa bail, originated by'
t: i nvative party Jinpeiuil
AjTaln i omnuttee .is p-rt 01 tneir
campaign to focus attention on
the col".
Tin Cooimttt.e comprising of
West Indian interests among Iha
C'onservniiv.^ Otttslde Ihe House,
I'.- < h.ir-
<( lwtdy Muggins, wifn
of the former Governor of
Jam leg
Will Keep Contact
This Committee will keep in
close touch with the West I notes
and the Bahamas and
REPORTER
HARRED FROM
J'CA HOUSE
KINGSTON, Nov" 18.
ii i Qltasggrg political parUa*
incnlaiy and iudostrtnl raMrtOf
rirn Smimond* whs today barre'l
In in the Hi use ol l; pre*
-rnd its pi. j -nr by the
Speaker, < Ian net Con
Speaker in his i.noo word ruling
i with willing
ir. h
PerUi
nl jind
iy wilh a malic-
ious and s, uui-.u ,m ., K up,,.
(ho Speaker and the House In par-
artt* the Conservative West Indies titular, objtinK t tl,, word:
Sub-Com mil tees inside the House, t- Umt I think AN the Mouse of
Both Commltteei Mil meet ;i*. i Representatives lo grow up. Tm
the commencement of each Pur-1 pies 'nt members have been In
LONDON
The 'alarming growth >( tht
erllng balance
the ft
of Sl.itc tor the Colonies Ml OU*t
l.Vi:..loll gUI I'-l
CoaKsaeasl .-I, ii" k
He mill
i waeri !o -., ,.ii
worn about cspanalon
to the ofltce which I n
honour to hold I do not t>i
there Is any Held in win. I
Bftatrg it will ii.iv,. whin efnci
i. Dn> m]
' ling mi'
> i whole than .i developnw
ini i..ii o( the i
and trade of the potonial l. rrito
les. I shall indeed count myae
fortunatg ii* have Mat oHIea whi
[ new Mold || | an ggalti
rll ,i"i '! these ii'suita and '
hel|>niii my 'ili' hen I-
II
tlpposites
liomciitftrv session, then the
mIo l ni.mittee will give the
House Committee up-to-the nun-
Uta ili-tni'-. of .vents In the Wist
Indies nnd the Bahamas, and will
pui forward polntg nf view and
ugjejatlona trOM winch
will then be asked.
Member! of Lady Muggins'
the Una) choice for deputy, oust-l Committee which is ni yet \n-
ing Labour Par!v member Hon.] pletod Include Sir Frederick S*e-
Reymond Qljsnntdo
contested election.
JAP TREATY BILL
I-ONIX>N. N.v I
tei iiHars- Anthony
'i-Kluced In Ihe House of
C'mmons Thursday a bill to pro-
vide for the carrying Into effect
innese pence treaty. The
Brst rending
C.P.
Truman said he did not disc
domestic politics wilh General
Dwlght Eisenhower during then
recent c not coe-.rent when asked whether
he would support the General lo.'
Presidential nomination.
He said wrong doers in Govern-
ment service should take the e_
sequences of their punishment. But
he strongly defended the Integrl.y
of the average Federal employe*.
He is still against a Big Four
Meeting The United Nation)
still a proper forum for the con-
duet of international affairs, he
aald.
The Fair Deal programme will
he the heart of the 1B52 Demo-
cratic platform regardless
whether he Is candidate for Presi-
Governor Warren of California
who announced yesterday he will
run for Republican presidentia
nomin.itiun Is a fine tnon.
Truman made these comments fj
response to questions by reportcs
U.P.
33 Drowned
MILAN. Italy, Nov. 15
Th irtr-three persons were
drowned Thursday when Ihe swol-
len wi.ters of the River Po tearing
through a breach in the banks
wept awav true* load of retu-
gees. ip
Craig fa IMrrrlor
Of PuM* Works
i\ HKirisii GBUNA
GEORGETOWN. Nov. 16.
Rupert Berchmans Craig, 54. hss
1)*en confirmed as Director of
Public Works. British Guutna. m
which post he has been acting
since the retirement of Harold E.'
Smythe The confirmation take*
effect from March 24.1M1
Cralg Joined the Department 0*
an apprentice M years ago and h
risen to the top after atrsipg t
various capacities, acting as Di-
rector for the first time in 113ft.
ford (Brit '.- 'mmanrter
Uvbuton. Managing Dirctor of
.n Developme' t.
Mr. Lfghtbourne of Jamaica aaag
Mr IT. W..k.f..tfc( 0f Gillesgie
Brothers
| .i.
the House Mi PetCl Snvtlnrs.
M P I hi il MfclM
the rmnrtal AfT;iir- <
wu* elcted Chairman of the W-l
IndH-s SiiH-section.
"SYMPATIiBnC
CONSIDERATION"
WASHlNGTuN Nov. 15
A Btala Department spoken-
man said at a press evnfei nee
en Tfuirsday that the tlJ3. is g.v-
ing "syn | .denit
Irai lan Prim., u
med Mossadegh's request
loan C.P.
ifflce nearly two raara and it.
(Ions are an indication that
cne, not even the Speaker, who -
hounden duly it Is, socitu to have
t ."iistilution an..
standing order' .;
Mouse of Representatives lives aiio
is Itx being '
This barring of I
e first in the luMoiy ol the
imalra l.-i: l.'i.i. Hie artlcU
about whlcn the S|n.ikcr objected
fcrrcd to whal i ftri
ipt handling ol the House pro-
dura :md wait* of tin*!- in irteli
Buperin-
II
guaid wag Miinmonett

on the pronounegihenl of th<
Uirineni, guthi-i<-d hi- im.|mi< ,ui.
left the rmnss
nil.nv .ith n iividy sfsll fi
konlal pradw lion that ou
iHolilein la iii e\|i.Hiding piodii'
Lion i.dhei than BBgaggna |i
, Bfu i iii Rnd outlet- roi II
HTofoundly bellevfl
Iff H A Marquand I
Middleshrnugh. East> 'What lh<
Ighl hon Oeatleman inhertlei
i-nu not, therefore, quite > lad iii
i. piftnied enrlici In his Ipeeefl
Mi Lyttelton I am quite well
ware that the rtghl hon Oenl
in -ii oppqelte think th.it Ihev dU
Dvered Ihe Colonlei I will ha\<
ay aboul th.it l.itci
Loitu Term
I believa that Ihe solution I
lOmy of the whole gtar-
lirie aiea lies in thi- dlreetlOb
.nid I think lhat there may b,
Mime luithei. allhouKli IhOJ
be imail, aUevhitlona which <
be drawn tu.in 11
lih.ijev hut I do not think the-
ran he massive Must Of OUr hoj"
must b' concentrali"! on thi mid
nd long-term classei
jecls.
"I do not u'i'h to mafta moi
than a passing reference, and
i not think I should h ive duo
had Iha rlftii hon Oentlema
.I iTitorvcni'd. to ihe alarming]
growth ! the sterling balancei ol
Ihe Colonies. Thci have gone u|,
9f1 | loo million (luring Itn
in lent year and have now reached
llgure ei over tl.000 million. I
inly want t., |Mtlnt outand ihi
no cnUcfsrh Wnatavar ol tn\
predaceaaor, who was aaugjlst an
ti a financial crisis thai a systenil
r cotohial osrrelopment win.-1 !
Colonies to finance th- '
Mother Coutiliy to the i-xtent if
ei.000 million cannot continue un i
tusked. I do not think th.d .n...
.on Mgrhbai in anj part of Dm
Route would dissent fiom lhat
-ition."
Mr. Galtskrll.- W.mU.....t tin
ight hon. Gentleman give lAv
tner figures for aterllni i.i
is will' It Is rather misleading
o take one particular gnmp (,t |
not others. The tight h <
tleman spoke, for instance, of the
Mother Country financing Itself at
the expeoag of the Cotoeli i i,
quite so aure ihat other member)
of the Commonwrnlth un not In-
.oUe.1 in Ihi* nl"--'
Mr. l,;WUn: 'A, Beergtai
of State for the Caloofa I
entitled to make some remark-
about the indebtedness of the
Mother Country to the Colonlei
Russia Will
Bv Asked
To Disarm
) TlttVVB tit:
n u ii n\< Kiiiim
PARIS Hvt I
United ierj i... n.
.i.ii Tryi

on ot the aiiic.
Uaarmameul pro)
latlve ui.r said mi Ihur.i.^

?ral Asseiui>i\ adatei opening a
p neraJ dahats whk h ends laie on
.. ii. will appea
, both Ihe aat gad eeat to mpji
supreme attempt here
> i o.i in. cold v ii ind hot .vni
' known he wouk
npi'i.r! ,,, gera i
r the wesl .lhd do
fend then nwht t......!k. ,.,ii,,
,.,k.
nil
urtty
,i. 1 10 Hussi.i
iiediatr
op -oil
the

illte
t'-i\'v debsA Tiigolmi
tppeaied rm Uniti
.. prevenl il fro
'"ei rton i that Rui-
i.i .oi.i itv s.it.'iiit,-: engaged In
Ihe Mttei feud with Marshal Tito
!" called on I end me nggrct-
pollcif PI i chief speaker
the Iron > urti......
M. Bai ei del
Soviet Ukrainian fcv-
den......atli I I
kan impertallst" .imI
i i-
WEST'S PLAN IS A
TRICK SAYS RUSSIA
PARIS, Nov. is
The Soviet bk* ridiculed the
a, i laarmament pi i
i .
.. ,1,1'rrl mill' :
abOUt the Soviet Union Th"
**rea| purpoae of the ).....
ols of the United Mate*, Britain.
nid France bll disarmament Is to
olleet ati rat Intelligence dotj
just as William Ootls did ft
ki,i." ihe Hungarlsw
A. M Bai iggn k> ioid tht
United NaUoni CjeaigTal Assembly.
Speaking In the snortf debate,
l.v ieferie.1 to ihe Asso-
- i i .i
who earlier this year was arrested,
I and Jailed in Prague on
linn
o* ,
I
Yugoslav I'ropoaeU
I Yugoslav!., prop aged, trim t<>
rt sgain^t
l Call upon the S wtci bloc
to make their attitude to-
wards Yugoslavia conform to the
principles of the I'nited Natrons
to restore nor-
mal rttplomntir relation* with
via
3 Ordc YiiRoMav
llelutH in
Rumania, Hulgnrla. and
4 To aat d "srimw-
ion- fi>. of boiiU-i-
aid the problem of
ireaalve preeauro agidnat
lated rase.
'
i^ tvpi.-al of the present Ituatirm
: nartl* of
prof on ml dtscrepanev between

-m ,( ihe preaaal so-
n Ign poft i
Millet M:neil\rc
in Ihe period
pieccdlng the Second World War
he piopaxiiuda game
vhlcl ii illlnglv ataetSr to
Ihe KHinr Ivine played now.
We ito our requMfl Ihe So-
rlai fovshminenl '<> tike d>
We demand
Soviet governmeni only
our thing to abandon plans for
ubjectlng Yugoslavia to ttP
hegemony, to rease aggreaaivg
pnirg and loatth Ktivitatl
against m> country, and to show
thai ininimum of re|>eel (or the
of a fee nation, with-
which then can big no inter-
naUonal ce>opgration or peace in
the world "
f.P
Iradhv In PurisTo
Join Top Talk**
PARIS. Vov. IS.
v OrnM
Bradle) Chairman "t the United!
Chief! of St.itT .niu-
ed by nil I U |oin
high level talks on the major re-
casting of W tern defence ollo-
i r
The "ADVOCATE"
paya for NEWS
Dial 3113
Day or Night.
U.S. HAS POPULATION
OF 155,107,000
WASHINGTON Nov. IS
The population of Ihe United
States including the
overseas climbed t
on October I. the C

This was an in
over Septcnilioi I.
The offlcl.il lftln eanau
was 15I.I3MKIO I *.P.
I'd force*
155.107.00(1
us Bureau
Killing Of Allied Prisoners
May Have Repercussions
U.K. IVuslfi liiii^uav
IX)N1H)N. Nfi II '
fin I ti Winston'
Churchill sharply rfM I
Thursday the Lalxiurlte deman.l
Uul the Hrill-h ('onimotiweall'i
(ones In Kore.i lemain cntirel>
m tho defensive during the preseni
nice talks. He said that hV
I. :v' (Mivi-ininent In fi
Kin(:.|..m has complete
onlldetu-e m the Uniterl Nation'
ommand < inducl Ok Opi
Korea."
Labourite C. Wilcock demanded
thai Churchill make represent"
Ions "to General Mathew Itiditwu
o that Comm uiw.^lth treofl
would nol be used in any att.u I
"No. No" ChnrehIM said SI.....|
n' would not "in in .
tdei iTalking ii v such ropreaentd
ons wiVout consulting othe
!e would not approach Ihcs
kivenunenta itecuuse of iint.m
complete hmfldenca In Kidguav
i f
TOKYO. Nov. 15
Allied disclosures of I
killings may cause re-
percussion* bolh in thi
Korean cease-fire talks and on
the battle line.
United Nations charges, that
the Chinese and North Korean
Feds have slaughtered nearly
6.000 T ml led Nations pi has
war. were expected to
bitter issue when the tni"- ft gn-
ome to discussing '.he
eschrnge of prisoners, if ev
do not crop up sooner.
The battle reaction may be
immediate. Allied troops gener-
ally had presumed that the
Chinese Reds treated their i ns-
oners better than tl.-
Koreoris who massacre
tlmated 3.000 Amem-.
10 <> *hi Pus belief was fed
hy Chinese Red strategy of re-
leasing American and British
prlfbtiers in small groups, last
rioter, amen the righting .-.
raging al its highest peak, an
Allied spokesman said.
At, incomplete tally of nlrort-
lies shows "a record of killings
and barbarism, unique In the
Communist world."C.P.
"fmply thy full glaa; fill thy empty g/ass-
/ can't bear to see Ifty $fa netiner empfv
nor fall" MSfU'S
f N dnvg when gen'.l-men if ihe type f rUMUsl thought
nothing of cnmuming M*J Off more l>ottles of fine port
during their .ifter-dmner relaxflllnn period, their trend of
thought was effectively put into words by the extravagant
lillle drinking song of Cm \ in the 18'h Century, which
begins
"Bacchus mull BOfg Ins potrer resign
i am fi.- only C.4 of Wine'1'
"Lef Win,' bg rurrd and land and *a
And lei the! Wine be all for me""
To-day. the gentlemen of r.....ir vlntngi- retain the enthus-
iasm of Carey probably not his wish cxprcxr-d in thrwe last
lew line* Tin-.. hoA'cver, ate in full kOeUrd with the anghfl
ot Rabelais and find no deeper satisfaction than in doing it
MLMiag U.S. Plane
Ffrintd In Hf>uiitaius
\ LYONS, france Nov.
The twisted and hi,
182 ''Plying
with 36 persons aboard, wa-
fbund h-ir triad ,w on th<
Mopes of Mount Dore in Central
Prance and it was officially an-
nounced Iha* th< |
elvors
-If
THE K.W.V. WAY
The Only and
the Best.
The PILLARS
of
HEALTH
insist on
K.W.V. ALWAYS
JL


PACB TWO
R ARBADOS ADVOf\TH
FRIDAY. VOYFMBF.R 16. 15I
IVimims-
:...

unday.
at presanl havuiK dlscus-
.it.. Mi \ da K Framp-
V; i t, r.il Adviser IB <' "
- : .ring Xhe pOB.I>
ring ' '*
iron. "' Hlghgale.
Vpper Collymore Rock.
En route To U.S.
MR JACK LEACOCK. flDStDarb
on Specialist at the
rfoaptl
:
m ihare hr will r.
v \ A i" ths U SA
^atrUfl aWw}
Studying Art
STHER KKEKTE. daugh-
ter of Mr. and Hn \ 1
Sktxteot "BenUey" Christ Chun h
who had been lohdnylnR here Mi
her paaenl* since earlv Julv io'i
BV 1 h (Or Puerto
..tn the US
Ii holiday In Barba-
t had )utl graduated
r-,iv of Pennsy1-
p delphla. 'with he
I Bachelor of Applied
h Ph.ladclpht.i
Of Art
Agriculture Officer
MM
Una n short
l pointed Agnrul-
liat Colony. He
\y\ i Uttur* Officer.
th Mi Of Mrs.
Gangem",
the late Cap*.

Trinicad Turfites
OUITE lad turfites
tle m unm thai sea
Ii W.I.A lo attend
ayi of the
Autumn meoiing. Among
and Mrs. Jen
.ii.lwth and
i rry Kannha.

Q hll M iimiiih io-iii
POCKET CARTOON
M >sM/ HI LANCAWfcK
" Don't iiii.a f,
ihai I don't
wonder/wl. ,.
ranh wouM a I
rrniiiul i.^im
think I,
urhai
do uilh .i MJ.ar
Barbados Rifle Team
MR MARCEl. DtVttTBUIL
and Mi (; r. nigri
members of the Barbados rifle
team which took part In the Trini-
dad Rifle Association's Annual
let) ended with the shoot
for lbs taebor Cup, rrttirn from Trinidad on Wednesday l>v
H W 1 A
Trinidad won the Anchor Cup.
Barbados placi Bfld Hrit-
Now In West Africa
I RAVI recently bad news from
mar colleague, Mr k. b
Timothy, whose articles, mainly
on colonial problems, have ap-
peared in papers throughout the
West Indies and Bahamas. Timothy
I" now in West Africa where he
has become Asslstan* Editor of
!'< Ilnlv Graphic. He report"
that he Is settled in and enjoying
life.
Married In England
T;(t. BUUTiagS look place on
lay, 1 ita N vamber, in
.-iween James, only son
of the late Dr. H. G Johnston,
M.U.. k.u.c s bo. oi Jamah.-.
and Mrs. A. u. Johnston, ol
Kaveleston Gardans, Edinburgh,
and Kathleen Margaret, only
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. M. Ryan,
of Glenkinchie, Pencai.land. East
Lothian.
Colonial Exhibition
rIE touring version of the
CToloni.il Exhibition en
ed last week at LSWBffati
Charles J.fTnr Deputy Undcr-
of State at lh
Office The original b
was opened In London in 1949
' ii want tn lour ol
eight provUkeU !
>r it re urnctl '
part of the F.
The version now in
Leicester has been 0T0U|
up to da e
Scout Problems
HURRICANE or no bU
DsS First Canbbe.ii
ol iBOOd for jjnuK'ii
larch Mb and 17th next
is going ahead. This is the lataa)
tafXBM ion reaching Scout HaaoV
IH London ano i
trim Kingston. In fact. Jam ma'-
only worry seams to be: which
Scouts are going to attend'' For
l.ntisn Scout* the problem is
largajj Itoaacial. The cos. of a
passage to Jamaica is .-onsideiaDlc.
If this problem can bl
there remains Iba '
employers and headmaster- who
will permit Scouts to be awiy
lor a couple of months. If these
obs acles can be overcome, a
mall party of King's Scout*
drawn from all over Britain will
go. Barbados Scouts have gtmllai
problems but it is understood tha1
H.W.I Airways ate paUsl
uivc Barbadian and othrr Wl
Scou s a large redmtion h
money.
Sir Bede? Resigns
SEE that Sir Bede CU0OR1
has resigned from the board
of Bull Ins (Bahamas). Sir Ilcdr
has conslderaule connec hui with
tho Caribbean colonies. 11
former Governor of Trinidad and
prior to that was Governor of the
Bahamas.
Talking Point
Fortune Ur hkc a won/ax a thrnlor, tniiitUy to the youno
lOba kMtfe OUdociir/ cotiiifiand In''
Machiavelh
Incidental Intfllifence
NU man goes beiore his time
unless, of course, the boas
has left early.Wall Street Jour-
nal.
LS.S.
The things they do
OFF-DUTY
I SISVRK . toma pcop/r
** i(o it. otherx frtttrr ,i
aioan To be able to flu
leiiure intelligently ti the lail
product of cirinsafion. soyi
Bertrand Riuiell
It U usually the Ovtteit
people telto achieve miut with
their Ieiure I put the flue
PI 1/ rtomv
r * IHal !3II>
tfcM, M.i* d you fill your to farce
leisure hours
rrrfl-ft'toam pei
ArUeEMLVN ___ .
W 1 LUAHR:
"When 1 take
a holiday 1 ii

lannuage* 1
find it rnen-^. jmoTS
wry ralraah
mg This rsar
:n luiy 1 read
Stefan Zawtfi
Life of Mary
Antoinette in
thf origlna'
QOTBsIl
Hl\\
LjOODBYE.MY FANCY
hi u i m \ i l'l 4/1 III 11 1 kMH i miJOt Ptrr FUMina to I
ham i*i, ii a. ,l.r I....WI.I'
11 iii -i s LSI ISm
oi m vi u\ o*s
> CBAsr.r!
to s\M|l| IK Will' II r Ii|l-l
CAII rv
sr j*mis
kihnny UmI BMOWN a
i i si lll'l
iN A^d> CLYDE
,-.',-,--'-'- V'-*-'-
GLOBE
On MMO TOOAV S ..nd h 15 p.m. and < antlnuln
DOWN ARGENTINE WAY
IV.n Carmen Betty The N,
MIRANDA GKABLE BROTHERS
THE HIGHLIGHTS OF THIS FILM ARE
f armi:n miramia
Slajgina and Djiwini
"Mama v., Qalcra"
Huiiin Tl Bump Lav
Ah VI VI VI
THE NICHOLAS BROS
International
Coloured Tapplni
Wlrard
DOS AMMlli; Slnslna
Two Dreamo Me1"
"Serenade to Vu''
l .i.iii-
BETTY C.RABLE flliiglni
"3 Lonely Heart*"
Danclnr.
"The La Cnga"
risrwrighl MARV II tl li
mil Gardening sod
painting are mv two
tions frugal
2 30-4.45 a Tll-ll AV AND CONTINUING
ffONltl ALSO WITH Tins FILM
THE REPEAT ALL STAR TALENT CONTEST
writing
< m
Of
llll
and aza!.n in
m- Ririimond
terrace asrd-r.
And I am now
experimenting
ltl> MO
square feet of
nu'lirooT-- in
dxuMd win*1
Gooiltire My fancy
was their passwmd
FITZ HAREWOOD Singing
NKVIl.I.K PHTLUP8
KEITH SEALEY
WKSTEHN BOYS
ORVIL GRANDERSON
HUBKRT CI.AHKF
DOUa dUiFFITH
MALCOLM MURRAY
MEHLYN ROLLOCK
\,U. II A Ml.
IVANS: I \i
something varj
'10*. vrr>
I -mg or
very medi!..
live I
idle conversa-
tion warder
mg abN
ting in the
gardfr
wtirrlji of W H
Dales' oopm
11 5tand anil
stare' outte
lot"
l.o-l.- lir
Crawford
m^ ROBERT t^^k
Young
f**^ a PRANK
^Lovejoy
"Begin The Beguine"
"Jealousy"
"Night and Day"
"The Mule Train"
Silent Night"
Be My Love"
mi,, Moon"
"I Apologise"
"Too Young to Know"
BAL 4S BOX o
PIT IS IIOI'SE u
DOORS OPEN PROMPTLY ? P.M.
lUl.i. Radio Programmr
fbioav novinui i imi
tl 10 p 'it Nf.i Anilllll
. a- * BMSBS
Dm I in Ti"'
II -
(Upm Mu.ii HbSiiii>v M P m Com-
B\ THE WAY . By Beachcomber
A\w;: other
oaf i u in- oca lung \.
"I .i nwnlir BtOry rtlil.ii ri.tUT
; u ,i ojadai
nun ik-ii
I i.'. . des iiiiTer in ihelr
tg BORU l h lbs i|uiet dig-
nity of; Wh.-n Mrs. Odgell.
i miarlor daeorator, ot
aliened her
log ... or "Nino
i-o-i, whciM- naes total 400,
.1 in .1 tug-oi-war y*ter-
da) in Ihe Swlndon 1'ublic
That mig-hi be called
' ii -of-fjet opening.
MOSl facKing is. "Wolrd BflbsM
in the cfcunney of a council house
ng led to the discovery
- a, wedgeil 17 feel above
Ui nro- eaten ;i
ipBO i rei ord belonging to
tin- vlabr*s btown-ayad patlta,
Rv foot six daughter m-
Inw. .. ,
StcpmmWU
MANY people prefer ihe Jolly
Utfis orl -I lucky-
dips, those list* of odd news-
itcm collected with such
usllaoos
An oa'r.cli at the Ipowkb Zoo
4 IIOSSU'OIIII
aarass
Mat, ui
I p il li n.ii'.r pride snsp. iHl
i tub bet. un lop ? (Si
lust vnuil i tLe*allo|. (l
I. Cieat card lame. <9I
. HU progreaa wim cirmaO. (41
pwiii eoluniDtotr (SI
- Ill irir aiiawet. (S)
Wilt vtie minar awea. (Si
.'ilit IS!
But not oL.'iarwisfl (3)
I prrrrnt III UUt. IS I
I Mill II
i'.use MM*. lUi
IK, li
- ,i.ii cue. iti
dip in two lert i5
. it iui medico tat
ale the ear of a child't rocking*
Two bouanen who married
sisters won a niushr*>in-]i'kini,
oontaat ut afkltalilawsi
A I'enzance verger baS dug up
a /mm War inedui in his orchara.
A sutk containing empty bOtttaS
was found by night-watehmuu
.inn Fullerton on the roof o( ->
lUK-nAisary.
Wltlvwlwn art i u*nU are aav-
?ng up to buy bivyck- for ihiir
li.ii lift
Thieves who broke Into *
brickworks at Staple Mallet in the
early hour-, of Octobaf 2$ stole
68 bricks.
Twntv warn uf iprimr
THE one-man band used to be
g f imilmi Sight in tho
streets, but there is BOO
man orchestra. The classics have
baan pi Mg on .1 moutb-organ. In
a concert hall. I look forward to
opera at Covcnt Garden without
an orches ra. if Tosenninl can be
persuaded to conduct 11 solitary
mouth-organ, it is not txacti]
what Wagner 1nte1ul.1l. but It Is
a novelty, and ihenfun .m iu
provemcnl. But to drown Hull-
gnzTi It will have to be the btrgast
mouth-organ in Europe, with 20
strung-mou hed men in a line, to
1 play It-
hurl hint
A POCK ot wet rubber wrap-
ped round each lump of
coal will give a very *low-lnirn-
ing fire.
HmMvr riiusic unit
nlrongor trim: hn I
THE disgruntled in.ni who has
complained that he stuck .1
sausage in a candlestick, lit it.
and read b) it. must bava baan
a dashing *"i1 of fellow I .in
imagine his matei anting t>
him to tell him not to burn the
-jusage at both ends in wicked
London.

ram-Trf-, a IS v
i
;iw pm.
Ni'l Al

; iV-IB .Ml
T*i |
rchanl N
n. a**
PflU|>:l
Newt. ,
I
li UN n .'i
T*HK Braxied-road Ga?-worka
hand WSa .11 inid-i.
They were swinging '"trough
"Take I''1" of Spiirkliug Eye.
as though to thr* manner '>orn.
Mrs. wllhataailga. leaning cau-
tiously against a groggy smokc-
at-ck. surrendered herself :.. tba
lilt of the music. It reminded
her of a certain South Coaal
pier, and the whelks, and the
MM Mi. nTttsanraadga onlUng her
a bloonim' VaBttf. All Sfonl
merrily, until the musicians be-
i;nn,. aware of an eerie move-
ment. ;, trembling of the craft
as though she smcllcd th<> brine
in bat steais, and would fab
confront once more the niguik
main. I-, ther,- no BBObO
.iiiani' cried Harry II, IgS
lonrwSing his trumbone. "And
what would thi* old dump do
with an anchor?" flung bach thi-
aputhe'.ir harridan.
Stratiff ptiin/r/i on, Ailmintl
IT soon, berame clear that the
shuddering of the old craft
was rather a part of the general
disintegration \ than any un-
toward dnirc to sail majestically
lii-i muddy berth. A bit of
mast, used as a perch *>y th
ship's cat, Hiiiiiiins. sllasarad
o> er the port beam. A langle.1
Mass of rigging which. in
locular momenu. Mrs. Wither-
ledge calle-l bar kmttinc. nras
dislodged from a boHotnlsai
lirazier Some unidentifiable nau-
tical gadget landed with a thump
in the .stern. Then silence feil
one,, more and the rehearsal
continued. Admiral Sir Ewarl
Hodgai n. fnim the window of hi"
Ogtosj in I/Hs Honrl Power llous1'.
peered through a time-wi'ii i
scope at the goings-on aboard
bis ship, much us Nelson might
have contemplated from hi-
Hi urn. a circus on th I
main deck of the Victory.
Tlilri- M-11
rtwl. a pm
I
r-iiii-ii Hai
Rnii.C 1.. .
..... iiwsss. i*"-"1 i' " *";"' '""
Ttlrd Prtisunun*. |o Vi p.m iTii.-iludv
, ,1. raotuuansfl
-.. SIS p.in
fOTld Afl-lr..
,-. Li* p....
m.i. grll
. ,vio pm

rsUDAV, sovrMnm m isai
11 MSw svsiai
KING OF NEPAL ASKS
MINISTERS TO
STAY IN OFFICE
NEW OKI HI No.-. II
A,., 11
Nepal. King Trlbhuvans appealed
to Cabinet Ministers who resigned
Sunday t 1 conUniM to hold pre.-
i'i! jHirtfollos.
Tho King iv axpacte I to
i-onuntinique axplaloing
ation. it i* surmised here thai
Trlfihuvana is trying to reach
scttleioi'iit. .'he CongTPs* Minis-
ters arc thr"!'t-*>i*ng t<> mint.
ftoma Mjnif**v Rotrala, Lead.-:
of the Congress group of tin Ne;-
Cabinet has already ordered tin
elcase of all political prisonei
i' rebellioi
fxcept one or twe I
I/.I-.
Also :
"BLAZE BUSTERS"
with the Men l>ehind
THE FIRE FIGHTING EQUIPMENT
I11 4/ \-H-iiiMs
i'W!;',".;w.U'//w;
JAKETTA IIi:ss SHOP
________________I.OWKK IIKOAl) STUKIT______________
DRESSES of ALL types
Al 0
BATHING SUITS Straptai BU-tle Satin
111 exotic sniidi's.
EXCLUSIVE DBESS LENGTHS i CockUU
nd Ewning froin the Continent.
BASEHART- CORTESA LUNDI6AN
.'.'.-,' :*.'.'.'.'.',*.'-',i'.;--i*.*.*-i'.:5-; *-:.*
ROBERT WISE ROBERT BASSLER "
EXTRA I "FASIIIONEI1 FOR ACTION"
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.$1.55
lAHCil MIII'^IM or-----
OIL TABLING 45 ins___________________________
IN WONDERFUL ASSORTED SHADES.
CONGOLEUM FLOOR COVERINGS $1.47_____$2.17 per yd.
SILVER STAR SQUARES $7.30_______________$14.60 each
EVANS & WHITFIELDS
DIAL 4606
4294
Doctor Suspended
CHICAGO. NOV. H
Chicago Medical Society, la .
.h; n spaodad Dr. Andraaj iv
\ c-President ot Ihe I |
<: Illinois charging Ihal in- I....
* ulatad *'Me;tiroi ethica** by Uv
m-thods he sanployag lnlpromil
it : a substance known sj ki.-l.
li .-en" in Iba tieiUnifi.t of cancel
The Medical S..
the worid^famous physiologist ana
i;< id of the Unlvers.tj f,
sional schools, cofnmutcil vtoU
tt nh .i drug WO
ere kojit
n rat,"
Ivy immediatelj denie.1 that he
-is guilty of any breach of medic.il
ethics In hi- ctlvluas cannacti
Adh krebiozen.
Ivy haa been under lha I
by medical ejrelas c >i sine*' !.
oi 'uglit krcbloten, a subaiar.r.
jtseovered by Dr. Stevan Dun> k
to tbsj public attantton ..
kind ..f it mIh bM
IF MONEY COULD TALK
(By LYLE WILSON)
FRANKFURT. Nov II
If money could talk, ii *0 |J
say ihat the graatoi |x.rty pi
.! divided Gcrmaiiv (,.,
sounder economy th.in S0BM of
winners in the lite war H .
ind France, for examphi
he cold cash verdict i
Ms nooaj ni.trket.
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TODAY only 4.30 A 1.15
lU'publif Double .
Ahin Rocky LANE In
"GUNMEN OF
ABILENE "
AND
"PORT OF FORTY
THIEVES "
SAT. tl SVN. 4.30 4. H.ir,
Columbia Double1 - -
Robert CUMMINGS
Joan CAULFIELD
" GIRL OF THE YEAR
Johnny WE1SSMULLER
Jungle Jim
" MARK OF THE
GORILLA "
CAN WE ESCAPE IT r
The Thing
OLYMPIC
FROM ANOTHER WORLD
IMBY KACKKT
ABBS can be big
oo. Afte. | Naw York grand
tin invc>li,:.4tu.n. nine people.
including four doctors, h
ndicted on rhurgi^ ,>f in.iking
."lalf a million dollar- i
four years by selling babies on a
black market
Several hundred children were
iitirt the going psloa
ranged from 450 lo j* much .1.
i: i,40 DOT
AMRRK \ss
butter and ^weet polntoe-i. And
the Bureau of Acrlcul'
nomles forecasts that the trwid
,will continue .....
year.
But up will go the consump-
tion uf poultry, beef, milk. Ice-
icream. and fruit juice.
desirable .
To Own
Good Cutlery
BARBADOS
Co-op COTTON FACTORY
Ltd.
TODAY only 4 30 0.10
Universal Double .
Hod CAMERON.
Yvonne Oe CARLO
" THE LADY
OBJECTS "
AND
ADAM AND
EVELYNE"
TOMORROW lo MONDAY
4.30 A 8.15
M-fi-M A Fox Double - -
Stewart GRANGER
Deborah KERR In
" KING SOLOMON'S
MINES "
Color by Terhnknlar
and
Betty GRABI-E Dan DAILY i
"CALL ME MISTER '
now
TODAY only 4.30 A 8.13
Columbia Double .
Cheater MORRIS In .
TRAPPED BY BOSTON
BLAKIE "
RETURN OF MONTE
CRISTO"
Starring Louis HAYWARD
George MACREADY
Opening Tomorrow 4.30 A 8.15
Columbia Double - -
DAVID HARDING
COUNTER SPY
and
"THE BRAVE BULLS"
r Starring
Mel FERRER Anthony QUINN
and introducing M1ROSLAVA
1


tKIDW NOVEMBER 16. 1M1
BARBADOS ADVOCATE
IAGI fllREF
Sweeping Changes
Made In Argentine
BUENOS AIRES, I*
SWEEPING CHANGES in the Army's lop Command
inccjd on Wednesday muM. as electoral boards
-till cmintint; votes which returned President Juai
D. Pen >n to office lor a second six year term, the Supei kM
Council of Armed Forces announced.
-------- Army. Navy and Air Force
m i i it a >mcers. who tone, part In an abor
I* ill Kvnri'tH*nt Uv. revolt on September U have
.,. \ -, -* -. be*n wnlrnml to terms rang.'";
St. Lucta At K.n.L. "> ""* month. lo .. yn.
^ An miiii-imimni decree rttnovr
it'CtlHIf >M Army Cornmander-tn-Chici
Gen. Aiiiccl Solan, whom Peron
CASTRIES. Nov. 14. "Uahed Solan was replaced b%
Mr (In, A llvuubiun. Managing Gci1- Claudio Tessier. Eight other
of Miun. George ri. G^nn-als wen raanoeBd, or retired.
Cox ft Co., and a Nominated Un- Returns from the election en
<.fIU-ial In the last Legislative Sunday gave PVian ,, lead of about
Council, has again been chosen <* to one over the Radical can-
Lai: isiature to represent didatc Ricardo Balhm The i";i-
St Lucia at ihe Heginn.,1 E< .n.n... <1< r-S<. utary of Information sale*
loi.ur.m.. alan is tixc-d toniht that Ieroii had potted
lor Weda nter -i In 4.5T8.MS *ote< Rgaind
Hirtadog. for Rilbln. J1
I'ltl/I WlWIlt
Armi, Nol Dollars
fe What U.K. Wants
/A AMERICAN AID
IBv CABOU. KKNWIIRTIIY l
WASHINGTON,
UTIIOIUTIKS HERE Mid thai 111.- mw ecunumir
aiu winch Britain has requested irom the United
Mlfhl he lanaaly In 'he form of aims and Mich malaria
rather than dollars, provided it relea.MM I'ritish t
other nroducis for expor-..
ring Ih. flr.t
liusta Get, Vlt.000 rj A Wanls Con(ro|
Cheque To Help Of German Elec tio.is
Jamaica's Banana Industry <,.. <-._____n _i r
says (jeiman Red Paper
Opportunity To Press
Forward In Colonies
LONDON
atpla, DM
HMh.ni,, mm that H the) Unlte uld provide Hie British
Britain could sell
more of i,, brawl, and
earn the monea which n net-ds to
tit keep ihe factories
operaiui*; and the people lea.
Howi ,ei th. n iK'iu .
Britain probebb
direct dollar aid
MB W 1 QREAVC. ol Upper Colly-snore Bock
pries in tba Booken Almanac Competition IBM.
*^^~'-^* ^_ __,, ()| Llstjonj (lr| t|ll ^
knew, had bttfl uif... -
ma. and general Ithoul
quest from the British
w ",.. i m ,,,1 DipiomatK
sources said thai Hi, I
oroblem is that they have been
g*B Had ! add thi cod of Ihfli
large re irnuiment prof i
hell* tin.uly heavily BUrwagsaal
Oagt-Wai reeoiiet ruction evoiioui)
The coat nt most of the malen-
TIIF (.REAT Colonial opportunity before Britain s Bia for u proajrsuncne hi rise
l\{H ST STARTS TO-OA)
HeejTtM bi the
IB* death '"f Kiniei
Speightntown. St. Peter, will r*
rtartod today M DM \
..hen lite t'oroner ill be Mr
Q B. Griflllh
Jordan who was adn. 0
*iU nerd some ihe General Hospital after h*
Tney said I "ived in uu eecKleni ..
subjeel *o Noveml^r 10. died
M.
' Mandaiay
Ai living IQ pnr
i rough! sa bejji
kinnir hvppli at
, i .i i una fm
batten Feeeorj
Brings Coo'Q '
ANIMATED OPINIONS
Sa>s Mr. Ir. Kint:
"TOU CAN RK-LION IT
IllING THE SWEETEST TBEATt"
Toffee
IX>NDON. Nov
all
ihetiu.. fur C 14.000 to
help Jaiiiaica's banana indu^tr;
n.i>\.i trwM llu- hurricane. 1
tmn l,v the ITMi- ;r%,T",'ini!;,,','u,1ll" 'nc In particular the 49 had
" '" ?hat t,.l c^i..-. n''"W\ >Jld P il of the mvc
Mr It H BTOWn, on be- p"'^"'' fT^' "" "-',~'"<' part.es to tne report on Close
I wholesale banana handler fd"U.J-f-A,J*,,,,n;i ,n(:' ,,'''' AeBOCUrtlon m the Caribbean hav
ihroughmi. the eourrtry, Wesb>^ Ali, .,1^ "'.k ESS draw
Mr. Brown appealed lo banana , 'w ,AUws ??"*'" ,hl* ffl up I -ntution
handlers soon alt.t Ih,- hunleane "*1"on in tlermany instead
BERLIN. Nov. 14
The East German Communist
said thai Ihe Western Al-
lied Plan for the Uiu.ej KnUoM
contrul of German undlcalion calls
foi "AigwiUiw rieVtB
Soviet licenced
Qovejnuagut is to press forward with the procett. sharply dm-
bj the last Government, of uroupinn tOgrlhwl nnaU JJJ MtfiElfoJ^hSr*fi u
U n il..i l.s Into wider self-reliant units a* a preMTBtlQa foi
. Uruei measure of self-government. bvs th. London
Time* in a 1.- din*; article. -^ '
I9M SSw"
|>e.in
ami progra
pointed out thai ihi
I material
eivlilan eeonomy ol
*v47/;.s OF t:\tn\\<;i
. an ,
Bani
ml v...
*
S37Sm
*SI4n
ta th
of this year.
At Hie .
allltli
I linu the ntimber of "* I i
'
^ind the Fuiul was I
n.Hlni.-u:
sn Ihe
Reltol t
Mi
nrhc.l .,., n '* " eleellon. domandert ., ,nc aepoMmn.
ii.U stpar- ,.* '7 F-1s,' G'rmaii toniiiiuiusl Ly, ......, s, ,,,. uHi.l, m.de iiropeily
lluiii.^ne ''"'"">"' '"' 11" s,.v.| I.....i ., | leudlnt <"r ree-wy by Ihe
- ll..*l|..,i., ,| It... IT,..,, .,!,. .,.,. , (;v,.,,e
WaMl llle Brillsh ran
The slerllnK laiUnre. held by Ihe ">>'' g "'- '- ''^"r" "
" Till s .na*'llabUH,l*i?b. ' "" -"', "" S ',' h"" """"'
dlKharned in ,ood.. hul It be- -""'''>. i,|1,j,.
e do- inlerde,.,,,!....., j3^*ffi,h|"j5 X,."^,.,,,,
Iha s.juooftw) fund which Cfri-
eieniii voted i"i roreiBii
British
MADE IN U.K.
The Perfection oi Confection
flM TOFFEE LID.
LOH0ON. W.S
-PALM' WO**..
converublllt)
dollars),
si length
aterttva " '
rf sterling ml.. %m,,y Mli ,,Hlvlll(l, lh.
trei
ft.m
On.
(.Hi' I
Gov
Th,
With Mr. Uuslamante ihll hM *nt Tu.l00 Injup^ into the Mv(. shuwll ..;is dll, |h(. (i
nionniiR weir K. A. Maynier. *"V"ls '" v'u* the opposition. .,,.., 1(1 Ulr 4l>paillt.
Commia4oo*i of Cpmpierce and EuLgy?-??-fg'ffly.* Uvrul' "' <>< Mr. Qriffltfa thai cote- -There is a case ror further
r Williaw. Chair- V li 1. wi ,'T" nM a"a^" aea held ,f nifflCMmt relauUonj, even In the praaant
man of ihe All Island Bannnii J?p l* v ""^ h,m- ^"u """ moment lo demand th* whole- uverslralned slate of British pro-
a^aacMtlon, the Hon. ',*' Wl*', wanted to impoi-i tnU tkM .(Uenlion of Minuter ol the dui'lluit. if the early prwlslon of
f{ idolph Burke, Vlee-Chiiinnun A"fen c"*tion to Germany. n, ,Jllk< As wen M ^-n- rapltal goods for cnlnnln! devel-
nf the A i.i-i. and Hrwudenl The Communist edited Berliner jeadlng ngurr in the Conservative opment could help M) COOVatl the M
the Jasnalee Agrieultural 5?, a c*r.1?0" * P*ctad bbm*, Mr. i^uhuki is :* ik.irul prewnt high earnings of iivese le>
. Argentine Midlers beating men jnd succeMful ^usines. man territories Into u solid basis of -
and women with clubs. The men production during future If
and women carried signa reading "Economic development is at furlunate pmodv" B.I'.I*.
"no Peron" and -'free elct lone" the root of all colonial astvanco- _________________
The caption read "the Umted menl and ha. In the two I.B.IM
Stales demands ihat the United Government* tended lu .it-
Nations to which Argentina ulso from being delega>ed as |
iveliinB-. should eon I ml eleellons interest to one of the sul>ordinate
share of that
ugh D r
awKHint li lai
C. Da Uaaar, d
1 . !.
OrBcai I Iho Colon-
ial Oflka BBsl the Mlmsliy .^f
b ndad
i lommence
tlieir talks with the Fi->d Mini^-
. i to-morrow.
OFFICER FOUND DEAD
LONDON. Nov. 15.
.i Oentrss Niminn K .nt-
I. Ihe AdiiiiNiKlmiiv.. ..!.-
... laiaarlu lii-l-m .- ( ..'.-
u Imind dead at the t'nl-
A *..n waa naar the bud\.
-I'.H.
l.-e
line
In 0*nnan]i.".^^r,
"Alice Grass Outstrips
Groundsmen
KM) Tons of Stone
Leaves Burbudos
Barbados Is atlU ahipuing line
-slune l<> Hn'isli lit 'in for
1/1 Ml. I r./M.T/V-
NAZAJDBIO, Manila. Nov. 13
.mat-led "Huk" guerlllaa
hsrassfd Inc WtBlnoi
hi Ihe construcUon ul a road at jB, Philippines as they want lo a*"
?"?"?\J"- '".'' '"'*"' ihe polls , ihe loeal eleel.o.
. ...i Mill I .,,. >.f tin -.nil 1 !_ 1.....1
Mlnlateei at the colonial Office.
This work, of Brat pnaartapaa '"< - ......"' inowai la oaM
ix'tli lirltain and the BrttMl Km- ''"'i
plre. will now be assured of being MJ COpt vuin 1M gn>wm ot grass,
a Urst charge on the attention nf When inv Advocate raportai
the ColontaT Secretarv hlmat aa the Playing Field renter-
uay rivin...... two groin..' in. r
"Thcie i- a rare harvest to I* W1th mowei. weie i idling the
ad oi :in
I (oi i lories and 'lie graft; u(1 ,|IC norther
. ither Country alike from good neld. Anothei groundsman ..
loaded 100 toiu. of line stone yes- Al tUke m (ne (.ipa-tiona were huabondry in these over-eus ter- using a hoe lo take up the gra*s
tcrday and is expeeted to sail this |)lne BeaU liiot.ts. This was seen well Uv Ulv roots.
a^K^^r(0L^l"l.,S,V^^,TIa Ana The Defence l>epartment said enough, though not so well ap- Now thai Ihe southern i
Over 20 loiriea brought boo Tmsdat s elect ions a ooliceiuai piled. l>v the lost Government the '"l.l hag been built op, sou
t" S S 2 '-'"" -- "" i.....' K:''n'..T"i;;:. s^aftta
.v.dlv.1 (..... ihe It- uiiideiitilled BUnuien ifl!#, obit* pssymef. ol the aterhng aiva ^ ""'> 1^- ' M
,- platfora. rtaeil en B. "ie Mexico In eeniial Luion when- ,hat the enlnnies. unlike most "V*F *2*~*"r' M ,,. .*
deck of Cvrrdesw mid >i then tne Huhs are most acilve. In (rfhrr mrinbers. must l-e running Tho iroes which were planted
. easel* hold. Manila Congressman Arn.eno_Lac- a ronsideiable trade surplus both !
Bverdene is expected to Like
D supply I lime for Georgetown.
British Guiana. She u eonsigneu
10 tno S. ho
Pool.
Opposition National.*! Party with the dollar COUntrlM and d'l'- A' BffagBM
jubdate for Mayor said he wiih other trading area". Then rank, .uun is in
i bajgaa shot. BUTplui in dollar ir; de, which "runs
V.V. was round iihout 10m. In ItMB- regular I v. Dani-e.
id*
lawn
tabl.-
eld
Grenada Finance Com. Approve Caribbean Foroes
front Our o.n carmpod*nti that the Intended battalion*in the neighbourhood of 6.00."
GRKNAUA, Nov. 14 should not be constiiuteri antll annually. | >iHl
The Finance Cunini.n. >( Ihe federation became a fact. The
eating for the llrst name ol these ihree are not The Committee also approver
ime 10-day BBaoa the opening of officially known but it i- be*Mr> I n.iation of Ihe aa
In Thev are Hon. E. M. Hairy and two Financial and Economic Advisei
proposal for the f his bloc. to tha W Oft the term ma-
m ol I Canbbean miluary lion of Ihe prseent holder's taOs
ii with tur igeatvatlcii H n is understood that the pro- and larm
''idood, by three members bable cost lo Grenada would b' In Iha cow n-siou or
he principle of sccotidiry .school
teacher training it is learnt some
the policy
of spend ii. arabli sums on
tho academic training of i fan
teachers ai the West Indian Uni-
MiM v College, reeling ttuil the
neerl u as more tei her i;eM( i.ill'.
uaiiH',1 with a bio1- to practical
utilitarian RlbJ* '
*Sat /
The BAD witch who
became GOOD
uho ll I "r-
Ko. v < -
M___
i .\lhl||M l.hdMl S
i I'uJo.nti ifca
-'_________________________
You'll turn your family
into angels, too!
ItHl snsil tmtll l**7 1MB** .
in rkh Ma tot, the lamoO.
i ,-<1ih%. f M .1
1'i^tiiBK. n- ii
..[. i.-nin* batk
l..r irf. In
I.I... lU..,i.
.ui.iu.ciso.-i
NdlwiltrM-fil.h.
WONDERFUL
TRIP
That > hew thousands of
experienced travelers de-
ribs their flights
VIA
PAA
-&
HEALTH BENEFITS
* TONES UP DIGESTION
* ENRICHES THE BLOOD
* RESTORES NERVOUS ENERGY
* BUILDS UP THE BODY
Gets tfoe
Dirt out
of WORK CLOTHES
faster and easier than ANY Soap!
Ifl i.\:: ... ii in the hardest water will net
Ihe dirtiest garment, cleaner, whiter, brighter Bud
(JL'iCKl.Y Ion. For your rlnlnty things or heavies*
washDM r*AB...pat it on your grorer's Hat TO.QAV.
Washing with FAB actually
SAVES money
Use HALF as
much Fab as
Ml W YORK
N'on-dop srrvice by ihe liiiiirioiii
El I'imkWs" or via San laso l>
1-opuUr, money -saving "El Tuiiila.'
EUROPE
Kegut*/ service by gianl double-
.iecVed 'Slialo" Clipper.*-woild,i
laittit aiiLacn to I'tuii. Ftomr
En|oy itopovtis in FngUnd. Ire-
land
Venezuela
Frequent fiigldi to all main cltJei
by rwift CoDvau--t>pe Clippers.
BYNIN AHARA
.....iiiiiiiimiiis ill. iooo
i*->iast-
- rsfjunaesiium sj-t<*i M.*i*aa
^awa.

co
in-'
V*'i
i of your ijj.lv
milk ol
% i . thai t my ea.iruMt I m. in f*c. at the very
milk supply So. too, art N.\tl, i Milk ttgncd by N.-.ti,
unsjryknf eicelleaie. leletlea ad prepared un4ti the mo*l .-.n-.i.-s;
condrtioni of modern hygiene, gujrjntecd br ltrl|anl rciti lo b ot jbtelefe
Neitle'i now olfer yo
punty.
PTSM
RAY A NESTLE'S PRODUCT
IHE LARGEST
\sSohtmi;\T
TO DELIGHT
THE CHHsDHEN
' '.:'_:,
FOR THE HOME
A GIFT THE WHOLE FAMILY
WILL WELCOME
An ENGLISH ELECTRIC
REFRIGERATOR
CREAM or WHITE WITH 5 VEAR CL'ARAN T
CMaU. AT IHI 4 OHM:It STOHE


1'M.h I ..I R
BARBADOS ADVOCATE
h:ii>\\ so\i mi:i i: i
A ADftttiE llowBadWasTheBcast Only Some
------^--------------T-?-_-_-0 ," bkw truck Tiu-.'. MM #>/
BARBADOS W A0VOGICTE
i.--------1----------*---------t- i
*rtftl> If 4*. AJ.
L-* BrM4 it.. KUMHn
I .,.,.,% Nutriiiher II. IHJ1
SINGLE >n >iibi is
WITHIN- ..ny changes
with the- tiKuhinriv nf govwniMnt
have been made The li nu-hisr hM I
dad Mvml times and the status of
memlwi.-. oJ the I.< indl settled
by changes m tit* Lotteri. Patent. Party
imii'i'i haj been intntdi'ced and now
an adult Iran* I e ha been i anted
Despite I there still axlati
the antiquated method ol allowing two
members to stand for the same constitu-
and giving each elector two
i tingle member
constituencies.
It has been pointed out in this newspaper
many times during the 1-st five years that
the introduction of Party politics demanded
a change to single member constituencies.
ThJl would aanrd an np|>nrlunitv to gauge
the feeling of the electorate more accurate-
ly than under the present system. It would
be impossible for an eleetur to vote for two
candidates of different parties and the
M voting would show clearly whether
the electorate favoured the Labour Party on
tht,Electors' Association. It is true that an
elector is not bound to cast both votes to
whlcl Itled; bul here again the
number of votes which would lapse would
prevei urate assessment of the
power ol each party.
are x'veral reasons why some
mendssh on both sides ol tin- Boom
favoured the dual vote system. Incases
where a candidate was not strong enough to
win | seal on his own it was easy to coax
lectori to "give him a vote" and to send
him along with the popular member. This
has its disadvantages.
Several instances are on record in this
island where in a three cornered content the
must deserving candidate was dropped, not
because the electorate so desired, but be-
cause in (ho bJiaj p contest between the other
two he had ben*) temporei ily forgotten The
outstanding instance in support of this was
the defied oJ On late Sir Frederick Clarke
who had represented the parish of Christ
Church for 47 years and who had been
Speaker of the House for 35 years. His loss
to the Legislature <>( this i*hmd was the
source of widespread i egret but even when
it was suggested that something be done to
find a seat for him he accepted his defeat as
the will of the electorate.
The ease for single member eimstitu-
. run;, had been made oul even before the
introduction of the Butha Experiment and
the Party System. If a CSSS could be made
out then, il is even clearer now that with
two oi three oc fssji panaUdataj represent-
ing different parties there should be
opportunity for the electorate to sbow
which political party they favour.
The probli ins ul today have become so
intricate and the administration Of govern-
ment so complicated, that only the best
should be selected to take part in the affairs
of government. This island in the opinion
of many has already suffered many dis-
advantages from the introduction of the
party system. The inherent weakness of the
party system as it has worked so far is that
it divides the pool of knowledge into two
main streams and while one party remains
in opposition its knowledge and resource-
fulness me not given the opportunity to
play a constructive part in dealing with the
critical conditions which all governments
have to face today. If on the other hand the
entire pool of knowledge and cxpei
could be utilised to the full and the best
at Cteot than it would lie to the advantage
of the Co\eminent and the people of this
Island
A 1951 VIEW
OF THE MAN
WHO SHOCKED
THE 'THIRTIES
Geiree Malcoln Thomson ei BOOKS
:;i;
Once thai Is admitted
even by the
tieauty," sai**' Ci *WBBJ- '
versity aulhontu Imposed their
veto. "A acsutal -Ivil MbirWii" Cfuwley pro-
icsted.
The Poetry So icty had to look
elsewhere. It linked to Wilhel-
auaa stitch, e ^*tew, who
triumphed over the smart youni
men who had come to jeer at her.
As for Aieuu-i Crowtoy, w.
are fiven a final macabre ulimp.-
of him in his crttage It
holt, where he lived. -
old fraud with a ipeclacu'i.
Brazilian wife. He made a 1**'>-
ninute attempt to
Calder-Marshall.
In 1S47 The Bea't died ami
was cremated at Brighton *>
Kaoul U>ve- Hymn to Pan and Collects from
\stio ai an unaerurduuau the Gnostic MaSf. srSfl
, : .. oaasnfasi put on US lop oi by Louis tiarlowe, ihl i
.ne Martyrs Memorial in Oxiord. to a conarega'.ion ol OWUTIMn
became Crow ley % slaveor murmurin| "Pan. Pan M
JohllM'*. "(
sheaf o( pink 0
irther, Uierc
III MU.lt ol tn \(l
Arthur < .Udcr-Martial)
perl- Hart-Davis. It*, i
tea.
HEAST 686 of the Apocalypse He
was born at laaasnilaBJtOn Spa in (*lave ol the drugs Crowivy ab- Hilda
1875, sot. SBSSl for him- and dien of in- placed
Plymouth llrm, .' IBS Abbey a* IVfalu. on the comn Tbg n-|>orters
130(100. Loveday's death was lUiowed warned "Be .areful what \>
The beast was named EilwarJ by eerie, ritesand laiei by write Crowle* may strike si >au
l sraj not erowley's expulsion from Sicily, from wherever he Is."
good enough. Crowley began as a comic Twenty-four hour*
,.uckly dls- rather than a alnis.er rogue, doctor waa fmnd dead
appeared and, as "Alei-ter" After marrytng a Mrs. Skerratt at bath. Let us hope Mr I
Cmwlry The Beast embarked on Stralhpeffer, he joined SB expo- Marshall Is In good health,
his career of adventure. He soon dilion to climb Kjnenenjunga in The funeral caused sQlM
I had other names e ft. >n Himalayas (four killed) and m Brighton. The chairman of the
I In IS03. Maeiretor ml Hale-.- In 110 appeared in London with crem .torium .ommlitee said.
Mnr, with kill and Mronf Jacob- SO MSB Masai and a "temple'" -We have laken -steps to prevent
atnsja at the top of some flati In Vic- such an incldenfc happennik
The Master of Mfftl Street He Mild tickets lor
rtirlrma In an "abbey" at C'efalu magic "rites" In the Caxton Hall Locking the stable door nfwr
here rites of black as live guineas for seven n es; for The Beast had fled?
his rrilir. alleged) or white (Bit the rite of Saturn worshipper* JtAIN ON THi: PAVEMENTS
an partonnad * wear blue, for Venus, green,
Brother Therlon. author ..( etc.
ult works, In style resemw
Angel Will.elin
Swinburne put through a mnngl"
The Wickedest Man Is. In
Worldin British Bund
paper* of the '30
The
serves
Arthur
tumm,;
Aii n Eabra?
M. in

I .t,l-l -M .1 :...!!
bi a
When World War I i .me.
Cl IWhqi went to Amcrii .i IBS
-spoused the German side, writ-
iiili in a Chicago m.m.i/.ne ih.it
Wilhelm II seems the vary .mgcl
the W of (lod lerrible and basutJfttL
link m After the war. The Beast put-
- ling on weight, repulsive in as- tcring and genuinely fervent
of boy- peel, but retaining a hypnotic luus gathering in (SUralj i
l;..!.oiil 1 .tr.il.rl..n I I'lmi '
10s. Sd. 23B page*.
HERE are glimpses of a Jewl .
boyhood In the East End, BOD
authentic and funny.
Read about Mr. Essand, lh
fichoolteacher whose pav ion i
chess, ctronger th'rn his sense a
duty, united him with his pup I
About the Chassidlm sytw
gogue. subsidised by Mr. Brodk"
-Sayest most unpredlctabl
Men Get
To Paris
By R. M. MarCOLL
NEW YORK
C.isui nation at the huge up-ended
imitch-box that is UNO's new headquarters
on the East River.
For it turns out that 25 Americans em-
t by UNO. who would normally have
to Para for the General Assembly.
were refused passports by the State De
partment and so have had to stay behind
The inescapable inference is. of course, that
there are Strong political or security reason-
which, in view of the State Department,
make it undesirable for these employees to
leave the country.
But then, two questions Instantly pop up.
What on earth are they doins at UNO in the
first place?
And. since they nave naa to be replaced in
Paris by men and women of other nations, is
not UNO violating its Charter by letting U.S.
actions influence its assignments?
The employees refuse to say why they
were barred. About 40 per cent, of all UNO
general staff are Americans. The fear
is that "certain other countries" (no prizes
given for guesses) will allege that the US..1
is interfering in the internal affairs of UNOl
over the passport business.
SAFER IN A CAR
hood and Oxford, lor, by ili.u.ir. power especially over women London.
Crowley had a more or less dis- with money, set up the abbey n About Uncle Jaka, bad JJM
Bsdrous influence on people who SkiI> Fioin ibis establishment the family and bane
played ;> parl m In- LUSBtOCT. slorles of orgies, drug-taking matchmaker?. who MtU
rw tssmpH on 'Vidgybttd," and tvan blood ran. novel ..tiled i>rophe;icaiiy Fmi
quaint ex-poet who denied Crowley's description of the ure,
hotly Uiat he was turned Into a routine was rather different: About the Alexandra.chi
zebra by The Beast and sold to n "We began the day at Cefalw family straight out of DostOt
zoo In Alexandra. "Tell me, do with family prayers." he said. -who live in Iwo rooms over- 'the rockmg-chair and the kitchen poker when
I took as If I had bern a ieora?" But when he alleged libel looking Victoria Park. Says Al- ,t comes lo accident hazards.
The beast had contrived the against Nina Hamnett's book exey A. "Trotsky s biggest nir
ilcide of "Vickybird's" mhtress. Laughing Torso Mr. Justice lake was to si>eak to my fath<
beautiful Kirl named lone de Swift, after an appalled glance In 1S07."
A rich and humorous
book worth reading.
AMERICANS, understandably concerned
over the fact that the millionth traffic death
on the nation's roads is due to occur soon, are
told that the motor car has got nothing on
k
> In fact, says the Safety Institute for
Parents and Children, the car is roughly five
times as safe a place to be as the home.
DOGS STAND IN
Funr-' at Crowley'* writings, declared:
Then there was "Aun'lc "never have [ seen such dreadful
Helen," her tawny hair bound horrible blasphemous and a bom-
i.iii skin, who ii-kcd Inable stuff." The jury
Cakttr-M Itn m cast. Britain was now taklnx 0 NEITHER IIVK NOR THRU
in Oxford one afternoon 'be- h more solemn view of Crow- By Helen Maelnnea. Colltnv
c.mse it li sarly closlni day and ley's nonsense. izs, sd. SSI pages. IN LOUISVILLE, Kentucky a grocer, tired
;; '^i;',;. *wo::;:;'' send...,,,.. aiUITLfJSt vo,: -f* i ^. Ma^o, Ho.Ri.nd to py
gooses and a stone marten. Thus. Il was hardly surprising then. Jed: nefarious activities of Com- an overdue bill of $239, got the sheriff to seize
spite of the Incense, the llai that when Calder-Marshal I pro- niunlsts burrowing at the
smelled like a zoo. "Auntie." posed The iteust should address of American rtvUtnUon,
too. hu been In the Crowley set. the Oxford Poetry Society"A (World Copyright Reserved i
Polities From The Pit
Circle
.it thous-
braved
political
IN Vidro
At this itage an old plnniei
ViKikiv He said; "Years ago th.
plantation* did not even clea:
their expenses furthermore i,< ;n
able to give back pay. Unfor-
tunately when sugar wa> a pcnn>
a pound the breed of cane wi
.mall. Today the sugar price i"
up in the air and we are gettinit
canes to the ton. Wh.
APPROXIMATBLY 1>
kj Bvs hundgi
the weaOMx >o ittVBd :ii
.!i, held by the Electors Association
In support of Mr. H. A. Dowdtng
at njorkmsn'i Villas* st. Qaoras,
Wednesday night. This crowd Civic just ^tart and giving way
lied foi | rSl lf0 -tnil ong half scholarihips."
A oUl MS p.m. they Hi* friend replied, 'Uh gun tell
Bin walking home with yuh someting. before duh was wouldn't give backpay. It was not
01 lawful Lurs and one man nuit- one Barbados Scholarship. Yes. until long af.er the first World
tar* W SUM tO li;n laetl to- duh was one llajan Scholarship in War that many of the plantation-
night not quacks." de good old days and whenever It were able to pay off mortgages.
II wai i.mIIv the ram which was won yuh hear a poor man Yes. all these conversation)
caused the meeting to be pos.- son win it. Why. because de were going on while the operati
pnned but not by heavy showers, elementary education formed de was trying to fix the tmpllf)
W.it.i from ,i tarpaulin got into foundation in de good old days and equipment,
the amplifying equipment and a poor man son could win a
nut it out o( order. One person scholarship to College and ou.- -*" ** ** t*'. who won in
takad If Uto mlfca could not worl shine some uh de rich ones. Now h*ve ** in the capacity ol
0, direct oontad wttb Om batten today WO son cant get a Barbados Chairman, win introduced bul he saddle.
ut this could not be done. Scholarship. First of all wld de ?n,y **"* "Ladies and gentlemen. A d restaurant the wine was always
An* UM BRl hour and I half present education system It is hell n n hurt my throat. H ,. *' -
bad paarad Mr. Uowdlng an- fuh ee to gel through in de tn*n offered an apology for keep- Known as the grapes ol Kotn.
iiiunced that "the Lord's blesilig. elemen ary school and unlike de tng them wai.ing. He asked tnc
bad put the rnik^ nut "i utlda fellow we can't nlTord to give people to bear with them untti
pologiM.l tor gnj S private lcs.sons. On de udda xh* m,,ie was ilxed.
inconvenience caused. hand de poor boy un getting Soon arter Mr. Mottlcy walKci
During this nine I'M Circle noting subst nlial to eat. Uh lot "cross the platform saying; 1 .....
itroups were carrying on some uh duh dat blowing big now was Pu*
it urn* One man. once poor Barbados Scholars. Duh f'ter.h* waU[lTd lo' ".,woman reporters, joining the .Press chorus
possible for er. miss ne.a wmsperco. of ecstasy about Princess Elizabeth Which
from among "What a lovely crowd. A thou- follows the royal visit to Washington, adds:
'V'As for Prince Philip, let it merely be saiu
that, in full evening kit, he is a reasonable
i her 12 prize bulldogs as security.
BROADWAY COWBOY
RECENTLY 500 people sat down
at a dinner to honour one of Broadway's most
colourful characters, Sam Koth. Now Sam
Koth, ticket agency man and restaurant pro*
pneUii, is dead of a heart attack at 48.
As a boy he always longed "to go aroui..
with actors and people like that, and also
to wear fine clothes.
He got his wish. Then he look to wear-'
ing Wild West garb, ten-gallon hats and ail.
But when he tried to match the visual effect
with some action he met minor disaster.
He bought a horse named Broadway
BTtd set oil to iidc it round Central Park- /\
car back-llred and Koth was thrown. Ik
walked Broadway back to the stables ano
announced, "The kid hereby retires from the
bit of lurk on this mike" bul
fter he watched the nuke iur ;
x ti-ter. was telling the others; should remember dal and make '"i* time it still remained out !
"If those people say so much for tings as pleasant as possible for order* Mlgs Be,d wnuIP*
labour, why don't thev encourage prospective scholars ... ....._
free enterprise In the Inland. I the masses' and pities. Mr. Griffith held .hi
ean'l ^, their policy. If v want Another group was discussing light for Mr. Dowding to sec.
to hn.i employment for people you production bonus or the popular Later Mr. Dowding announce
ALL ABOUT PHILIP
INEZ ROBB, one of America's best-known
ust have Industries to" cope with "back pay." An old man -wld to that he was sorry he con
I .their woman; "Years gone by I used get the mike working. "It will
policy Finding emplovmen: for Ul work at a pLice dat was called no: work but on the other hand 1
n. nlv and 'In- mnjoritv Kmgsland Factory and uh gel back am glad for the Lord's Ble-slne
either unemployed or suffering pay. It ain't noting new as du*> tthe rain) for without that the
from semi-mat nutrition zuine try to tell yuh. If yuh back pay would not be possible.
A m.iii listening in replied; "Uh doubt mud yuh cji K .. l\ A man on his way home ra-
il vuh duh homes stand alright, dal used to work at Kingsland if murked; "De meeting was not held
Duh doing dls and duh doing dat we din use to get back pay. Il uh bul de people, by waiting
' duh won even offer n scholar- nn mi-t.iken uh tink some udda showed dat dub had de speaker
..>me poor body child. De places used tn pay out back pay." al heart."
facsimile of why big girls leave home."
./
SMASH-HIT GIRLS
and it hi i i M
advoenWs ul the
.rut. then it would le well
tuta .single member constituencies
!. ni xi session of the Legislature.
Tlicn llutu could ba j test of mettle bc-
ariOUf parties and the
electorate would bo*tr.\ ited to volt- for the
i tcai 'iidate.
Overseas Visitor
ii 4.ami:
The following hi -in extract from the
Lnndnn Latter En tba MtodaMter GaanTavaB,
November*!.
'*Mr. Lyttelton, with his double-breasted
kl Ins |H-arl tiepin, and his thin
watch chain, is the most elegant Colonial
Secretary since Lewis Harcourlif the
! i i in ba lakan as
!'; r l.iilhci ona "is hack the
Colonial Bacratariasj
appear. Joseph Chamberlain with his white
Uft, and Bulwer
Phippa could be
THIS is the time of year when
.,.., ,,- illv !- By JO
glu lo hurt. "Escape to the sun-
*hine." tnaj >n H the foSS begin the inornini;
!,i |tl\..i OTCI London for their miM for the 1u
the court he.ited
inter in the Into his Kr> mi
reonn nn mt one to
Veal Indies. burled his
Perhaps in (BOM Cartbbsan "What have
Islands th advaruaanv
tl-. -i.i-.hme gltd rence asked hi
the VOM "I l-ondon in
lh wintCf That would account Phillip said
'm Phillip leaving his hornc in been doing a
Trinidad <>' !".. swd.
arriving to live In London for
indaAnm i>enod.
Phillip has
Ami fail do no work in Trini-
V CI.AKKK dad?"
No, BJOd 1 was ju*t at No. 24
vas comparativeh BungUOW. with my mother and
ie of the year, and father. And my father paid
He huddl"d excess baggage money as i
maX'Sintaah and "'* fare."
inlo a long scarf ... ., .L ,, .
vim I.I.M1 dolnsi ^bituld think voud be belle
'Sir I n?- "tT bjlk l" Trinidad, wouldn't
Sir Ijiurence asked hi
Ye,, god. I think I should like
gloon.iiv: "I've that." Phillip sold In his slow
number of different voice.
and he continued
throughout ti.e questioning to THE magistrate asked
address Sir Laurence as the Delt> nulrlcs to be mSHe as to how I'hil-
qulte unaffectedly. lip could be returned across the
Latin kind of sur- 'Have you a trade or profes- ocean. He said he would rema id
.t spring. I suppose, won?'' he case and as he waa talking
rmmPorl .nish stock. "No, god. I've no profession and Phillip lm>ke in "Excuse me. god *
U, u biU ..,.: ,- lanchob and pale. 1 cant say I've a trade realty * said. "IflW* to say. I ve got
Ugh he is onlv 30. he has "What did you do at home?" 'wo money billsa shilling and a
the sloop and the wrinkles and the i lived vrltB mv mother and 12-eent piece, and I'd rather no
receding hair of an older man father, and mv father he paid my to prison than you take those from.
He was brought into the dock al paal -he boat"
I the other morning and "Tl-e> re rOMT mascols. are
charged with begging in the West DID you have any money wbtt Su Uurence askid. "Well.
End a charge to which he bleak- you came bars?" Sir taaraBCS thev dont seem to have dotaa bm
gulltj I fig . . ,., .. "<" good so far. slill, I don't
v ^' I 1'hillip said, .suppose anvoiie'U take them (>IT
WHILE IBS p PSa think I had a draft for you"
Il 4d or was It 31 Is. 3d?
od I cant be sure about the pennies. "Oh, thank vou. god." Phillip
In the dock look nut resigned and but the other. Then said from his haart. and he went,
miserable and as though he was I had a few pound notes in my coots) W await what-
begilining to feel the cold, although pocket* and some ever might be In store for Mai
THE "MISS" STYLE of advertising
anything from Miss Aluminium Ladder ol
1951 to Miss Doughnut Queen of Dixie--:*
tired and true formula in America, witn
hundreds of pretty girls flashing flawless
teeth from hoarding and magazine page.
But, what's more, it is very profitable, liii 1
Kheingold Beer Company, which a few ye. [|
back was doing humdrum business, starlet
pitching in with a Miss Rheingold, who got
elected every year from thousands of aasjer
applicants.
Sates have increased 600 per cent., and tha
company says il is all due to the scries i I
pretty Misses.
THAT Kin i li QAMI
| AS IF college presidents and games coachc>
hadn't enought to worry about with all the
bribe-taking that has been going on, then
now a storm over excessive-roughness in
college football.
Hollywood has made a film. "Saturday s
Hero." about it. And when, in a climax game
between two Californian learns, one d
stars, a Polish-American named Johnny
Olszewski. was injured and hod
field, everyone thought it was going just I
wee bit too far when the opposing team
clustered round the man who had crl
Johnny to offer him wild congratulations.
SILENT KNIGHT
KEROSENE
REFRIGERATORS
2 o.vi.v i.kft nwaaii a
Secure one for Christmas
DA COSTA & Co., Ltd.-Agents
ELEC I)EPT.
'Ks/rlnlnatd.'

phone GODDARD'S for
Milk Fed t'.ilekenw ave. Z)lb
Milk Fed Ducks ave. 51lh
ItrrsM-ri Kabbh'. ave. 'II.
ro/in Salmon
Iillel Sole
Calvaa Kidney*
Ox Tails
Beef Suet
VEGETABLES IN TINS
i. KaU
Spinach
Mr in, Beans
( in iiiiiIh r.
Sailed Almond*
Insist on
GOLD BKAID RUM
(at raav Week End
Party
J. & R
- INDWICll RKEAO
Fresh Daily
Taaati
I'. !" -
Wirfthinrioii
tmbass> In tins
O Krefe
Fnntense
raaaaaai
ii H l>
Oranie Juiee
Aprleot Juice
Tomato Jute-


1RII1W NOVIMBIR II.. l;,l
R \i:i: Mi'.-, mimic \ii
I'M.I FIVE
..
We Had A Party"
Garner Says
IN ST. PHILIP
Judgment
Given To
Shopkeeper
Corbin GHs Contract Rmutls Of 2'
For Work At Glentlale' Judge H. A VMlften fi
gave judgment ... K.
.. shopkeeper of Pilgrim Road.
ChrtM Uiurrh. against
ADDRESSING THE ELECTORATE at Ctnach Villas gaaaa "f..lh* "S!2!^fi ',"'
Philip on Wednesday night at the Labour Party's JjJJg ^Td^^rS&Z
iiRTtiii^ in >upp*rt ol the candidature of Mr. D. D. ->,, wife while he w" away from
Mr. G. H. Adams, President of the Barbados Barbados in 1940 and 1WI. The
Workers' Union, told his listeners that he had no doubt money am for grocerie. hi* wife
that the progressive forces of Barbados were going to win '^n^'dead!' y"*" The w,r*
THE ST THOMAS \l : rRY at
! MM
"Gkndalc", reaiaenre ol the l****
Mr. "*. ,
< was the |0*j '* '
One tendei >lr Jordan, who huill
at "Gi< 11,200.another from Mr, Kenrtck Huntc ''*",
for $829.12 and 1 Corbin and *.".*.'-*
raM
WHEN CONSTRUCTING
OR REPAIRING A
BUILDING
i .tn.
the forthcoming election with a handsome majority and
temain in power for years and years to come.
He said the reason was because
those of them who had been light- M <*" 'andg and make N u.>-
m M yean m"Ji ,l ** "* "
nem. pleaded with >"u hould be let out
ihi-m ...id aakedlhemlo give them M' **
.i chance,
1 KnOW taint OVIIIV 4III\D VUI
was not u single one who wa
Garner
t the cold.
Mr. Arl.iim -aid thai ol the 24
members in the House of Assem-
that some.imes our I**"** ** Jf*J??*5f lhrr'"
liromi'i t .rdinary
sMna "I y'i." he said, but years *Uf**r
Ms some people coma back i4g^f^JBg*rJP K*2J
and hind that they thought the
The case was called (or hearing
OSM SJasfllfl bafSfl and then
Hi
< had nut ti>l<| him atn -
thins of it. He had re um
island while she was yet alive
BMi l->utini did not (ell him anv-
thtafj Of the debt hen.
M had been adjourned
had brought no
nor shop books I
rartartuQ hi
book in which .a- anterad
Despite heavy clouds
,.... ............, w a.. hr,,1J0,,J!lM,Um Wh h;Ul ^ 552 4S!.n. m"hI '"' !*'
age when the people of s Philip 0UyJrBJB0Jt
-M..IK
crowd atlended a Labour Par
jig meeting .it Bdftcllfl St John, la-"
night in support o( the car.
>( Hi Cameron Tu.
l the House o( Assembly at the
coming General Ki.-.tions.
ali ; [da told the people that m"-\
the l.oU,ur Pal :(.
lectru..... of Tnomas Gap. St. SS^SSfjU^Si Z? **
ELECTRICIAN FINED 30'-
otd
at] I
He told the elec.ors that whta
things which were promised were hey visited the polio on Decem- ""' "?.'* ,_,
We but A had the,, bcr IX 11 ^^^J^J^^ " '
it tht party meani wnai lor Darrell DaCosta Garnet.
aid and Bad kept .heir Mr. Gamer said that thla was an
When the- Lord Moync Commu- mu" decide issues (or themsel'
sion c-me out here and asked what H "'d that he had come before
could be done (or the agricultural them that night to give thim wha
hv gaid that he could hot he regarded a, his political
set how the* could be pant less philosophy.
.han Sl.OO a day. borne people "Seven years ago you honoured
.nought tht was a madman lot " b> sending me to the Hou
BJlDf that Since then the agti- Assembly. At tha time I
cultiinl labourer got the $i.0U, associated with seven other men
then the *1.50 came along and now Mr. Crawford was UsM |
lu.t WOrkCC was even getting *' whjt is now the cMU
gress Party. We worked [or lour
"We the democratic forces of years in the House, and l.itci lit
thai land ins wild promises arhid we know your reprosentatives for ihe pnrish
it niUU We believe f'>i another three vr.n
every man and woman needs "1 want you to listen n. the
champions to light (or them and fac s eare(ull> ind '
gat better condl.ions and wages *asue not because of what Garner
- well as | redu. tiun in the cost '*- but because of his political
of living in order to live decent convicUons and his politual
lives and not to be placed at mercy of the rich man who might "Wc went to the House because j,and
. him." we wanted .o do something for
I ..m glad of the opportunity the ma*.-< lOBj, We
i>f coining to St. Philip after so went to do what we had promised
(I addressing an you to do.
audience such as .his and on be- "A1 the last election aihan art
i.late MCh U Mr. ran \2 nunilxis under the
It Is true I spoke in St. auspices of the Congress Party, we
PhUlp thraa years ago and that relumed three members to Ihe
was the llrst time 1 had spoken House of Assembly namely. Mr.
(Of OVM 20 yaan. Brancktr, Ml Crawford and my-
Ider ones would remem- self. Mr. Hrancker and I decided
her my llrs: attempt to enter in the House immediately after
politics brought me to St. Philip the election mat the fact that
iiS years ago In those days. Si- had only got three seats
Philip Idle most of the island was nothing. We
largely asieep. People told me the people of the colony and would imprisonment with hard labour satisfnetion it would glva me
then that they could not vote lor therefore have lo align ourselves when he (mind him gtuilty of worfclnsj with Uk I
ton Id i h the Labour Party or OBM larcunj for the
the parish whereas Dr. Hawkins other organisation wonting in the Weak** Moa* one ln>x valued at "Tli. i- no honour, no liar)
hud one. Inieres s of the people. in on November 10. Weekes ha* 1 CM] havt D) '"in.' I
' In those days, it was purely an Mr.Cainei ..id that he was very 13 previous convulni. foi - '' Kd had bOfori II
i ni when people like our- sorry lor a group of people mu ceny. Sgt Murrcll attachad I" i'1"':1.' ;" .' |lii"ii mt
Mr H'.mte |prVO a full hCtOaUII Of I. W they WOUld spend
the money but Mr Jonain did not *l i this.
Cburchwar-

1
Cot n Ittet had
ati
on of $170
i InSBTtef was in-
lequaM
I thai thaj ti" |


that Lha matt i ij
rauld >' it
MM Thg Bull i
I ..
he V<
'.her IKKi ai t; I I M
.iden "'
New Ituililiii't i..'m
I thai he felt tl
i*ntuall> ihev w.miii ha i at "'*'"
Lahonr Is
Assist in
The People
/ / KM > 11S
UN r..h I- fc.i...
r i...... n-
-1 l M.IMM at
rataj IIIMI
i
uaj
IKII.
....." Ml
1 .111.
uai
S*HiU Mi
1...... -ii

T.iUk
h.M.i. at

aM
1 f .11 II 1 S 1 II 1"
ruga III Kl 1
Ihe same amount on (ilcndale
n used
rai/i
I U.I
riu>a
-oundmg John Phil :
a knife bcCors Acting Police Mag- the
.Mrate Mr C. L Wal>i, Hi I tl n tt I ,,|.(,ur Part%
Mi was Tin. .1 311 to be paid In did not give lhm adult suffrage
II dayi or in default one months bacauaa uho iron
imprisonment with hard labour, oo, bul bocauH
I'l illips told the Court that on every man was a man and shnul.i -'^'^ """ the amount
ii ..inie he v.as looking ,iav a v,l" in directing how I, ufnclenl rot rai
,, ., K\JSf ,.,., ,, Broad sine: oBWUld ha fovt the Interior of Glendale, was only
Oe defendant J He told them ,ha, ,..... iVS
x thai the Ubour Party wai down on the joo.
T"h.?l Jk tl ?f.lh-J |,aMv wouM '"""""'' '" contract M araatad lo Mr Cot
cut him on the lert help them even though Ihere w
r.j _..., "" "' gratitude from the > ,. plafiad -I UM disp.ial of the
Before fining Edwards. Mr. Wal- people, a. they felt thev ,,d .. Churchwarden to meet .
ar/n laid him that the usiiik of dutv to the people.
a< becoming very" preva- He himself was seeking election r
'ent in the island and he had because he thought he the Colonial &
In its work t|. appointment of a I'.
al11 and last I Labt the suk-
Party man. he said, -and i 4, .1 n phorna Ii
no interest in politics except t..
s* rva thoai a hi aarn thru flvlni
by the iwaal ol their brou
^ ik
Mr Sandlford reaaniad that
statement. He said that Mr Col-
lins was a member of ih. BulkUnf
Cirniniltee and saw how the
lharalon H was
out of i Mi Collins) iti,

eau
The Chairman pointed out that ,,
in. v hen I..' had siig- -..,
11.....
:tm tick 1- fc*l4n
dant took 1
i>ocket and
mh 1
'iVen
had pit
consideration that h theparty 1
.led guilty of the charge.
GUINEAMAN" GETS
6 MONTHS

'
ii p i'
TARGET DATE
HUSHED BACK
\sil|N(iTON. Not
ted (or new pi
ALWAYS USE
ASBESTOS-CEMENT
CORRUGATED

flattering
Aetlni Police Magistrate. Mr.
H flnfllth. yesterday sentciuin
Ashton Weekes of Kee,! Street,
rejected by alias "Guineanuui", to six month'
nprlMinmenl wi
he found
No Personal Interest
There l| no i-iMHial intere-r
that 1 can have in aatttaf In lha
House of Assembly apart f...... the
|ai I idvarUsa (tot rorcad lha I

pupils to mi tin
1 .hilm..... The sliil.i-
In 1. will go tu luo girls .mil a io\
ni weie Mi
W T. Ci-Kling, Chairman. Mr
.1 11 Thome, Mr. K a Sandlfoi 1
Mi l L. Gill, Mr A C ,, Ml
Mt V M <
ll A. Watson. EXCUM
ol the Hi* -
t.a and Mi Mahut.
Dies Alter Accident
selves could summon enough told him not to long ago that if Central Station prosecuted for
voters on our side lo get in o tha -V'L rUWford and he wen. to thi the Pollca
House of Assembly. Wc now House and did not get anything
have more people on the voters' done for St. Philip, they woulu
1 it is true that Barbados atill support them again. He felt
tx-ing what il is and Barbadians sorry lor them because they ------
behU so (ritual, we had an uphill no. doing what they as a people Twenty.three-year-old
hattle. There is nothing like who rose from the gutter to be "V-****!* '
(H-rststcnce and we have been -nen and women administering the
i.'wardad." Government of this colony ex peel-
Mr. Adama said that the liar- ed them to do.
oiutos Workers' Union, although "1 was no. cent to the House to
not lha biggest, is the most sue- Keep my sent warm, I think you
ana in tha British Carlo- sent ma then- to do work so that
bean area. They can boast that your children and your children's
they paid the best wages through- children w/Ould reap the henehts."
out ihe We-t Indies in the sugar he said.
"We had to light for it. He then referred to some of
: to get better conditions the hings he had done during his
for the people and we have sue- time in the House of Assembly
are In uuth not ni| 1
1.nt the Laboui Part) 1
n .Ii fin..
Mi .1 I t Orauekei arbo
among others spoke In tavoui of
Mr. TUdor'l "-lection said that
JSS"~ lhara cou do douW that Mr
VUhuat, Tudoi would raise the stai
<_nnsi Church, died at the Gener- the debati
ni Hoxpilal at about w\15 p.m. on flgMlllllj
Wednesday, an hour after he was "Tin 1 e Ii no one Intel
iilinitte-l Hn-i-ii. who was riding politics In Mailiados todl
was involved in an acci- muI. ""< flo !
rent at about 8 o'clock along rhetoric or a better command "(
Wo.thing View Koad. the Enrtlish l.ngua.'. in Ml
Also involved in the accident TUdoi hg ll 1 ntUn| 1
if Worth- t* et a
iruj View Road. She was lak-n A *'" ''' l,klk >''' "' "
to the Oenera] HosptUI and dt- ">ur children* education
tamed suffering from Injuries. Mr Tudor'i aantiaaanU watw
1951 iVobet
I'rizo Winner*
lor build
N I late 1

ii1
LOOK YOUR
needed because we have fai h in especially during the U 1 session. ,** ,2 %2SJE'T?^UILJZ tr"f*U l"1""" "' "til
*. .w- ..*~_ 5tuart peifoir.icd a po.r nonem K, ;i vh;u<^ n,. a.
and an inquiry '-
Ihe gospel which we preachthe He quoted an Instance when, th
' democracy and righteous- Acting Commissioner o( Police
ness. Major Holmes-a-Court refused
'The wicked forces ruled the to path antll DrOBI St. Philip (or
island for 300 years and now we (he Police Force after making
of labour have got them them Journey from the country.
down in the last few yean*. While ||ls reason (or so doing was be-
we have done much, yet, we have cause an alleged murderer could
DO) done enough. Wc have been not be found in the parish.
m power since 1946 and as far as He took the matter to the
the Legislature is concerned only House of Assembly and aired his
for three years. We have been views and Mr. Adams saw to i
free from slavery only about 100 that those men were sent for and
100 years ago and for us as a race te-day four or five of them were
in 100 years to have come from naw in the Police Force. If he
slavery and to be in the Govern- liarl , laken that ac ion. per-
haps the
STOCKHOLM. N
.. v>ai" of profei ." i...,.
in the futura lfuu>. ..< .,.., ufurrun who made
acfantufi history In nvra
gtoml ani 1
day as winner, of tha lM Nobel
Prise i"i chemistry. They
1 1 T Beobora 3'i
..ml 1^,4, 1
.. io .ie dlaeovt
ci the elemanl plutonlunL
The PI ,\cic gh
i.. the Aiu:io-iii-ii train of doct
Valton 4
Ol '(unity tollene and 9r John
VOK I-
next.
$350~STOLEN
Thlavat rtaltad tha
v............... ... ...... ........... UN Of Bntal.
,s hci|t tobour In Britivh 1.1
frooi ' 1 ..' 11.. .ii
he had Bach of the award das a mone
r value of *:i U1 Tha ainni
-- "f k win be ins.t 1 to sti khouri to
; Lloyd Boyce at Marchlleld, St. "Knowing Mr Tun. Ihall awards from Kinr
Philip. on November 14 ond stole tics and his Intel G A 1 If nt ceremony in th<
tnoney to tha amount of S350 (feofthl paopb cart Hall November 20. tha
and bed linens. Is no level thinking person who anniversary of the death of Alf
does not look forward to his being ""
--------------------------- able to give his assixtai .
labour Party which has hrougl t
my political conviction th people fr-nc l,a.l conditions and
making and
Nobel, dynamite manufactuiei
U.P.
It
political cotrVa
ndami h** oone < ki
would still M U
g a job now.
anotner instance
instrumental
the people ana I have deemed
tnrow in my lot with mm ami
l pany. 1 am no unM
.. iioitiii ite and I am going
support the labourites.
Vi nen the price ol .
increased by |M briti-h Imperial
W\
Fr^MPHghl"
ment of this country is a wonderful
achievement, thanks to the con- ^0",ni.wh"ere
I which the people have in
the Labour Party by putting them He quoted
m tin- position. arbara he w
He aid t;i-*' If they were .0 sei ling a parochial strike in the Government, there were certaui
Ihe Electors' Association to parish. He always had the people greemen s which the Union had
win this election, the power he at heart and he did not think it |o secure fur the benelit of the
had would be given to ,hem and would be fair to ask him to cnu- workers In thl colony. I can tell
they could undo what the Labour merale all the things he had done )OU from what I have seen on
Party had, dune in the last live for ihe upllftment ol the under- the floor of the House and from
years for the people of this island, privileged in the colony. what 1 know from facts tha lha
Ha hoped they would not be so "You have been told all over Barbados Labour Government has
s to allow such a thing. the parish that I have refused to been responsible for the loans
It vv ll Party who represent U.e workers and that I which you now get b> aim) of
had brought in Adult Suffrage have stood idly by and allow the loan hind
making it possible (or men and them to starve Nothing is further "Some M DTiied be-
Ittalnlng the age of away from the truth than that cause Crawford and Garner are
2\ to vo> (or members lo the statement", said Mr. Garner. nt running together in this par-
' ;. M ral Assembly. The other The Chairman in his opening |ah, |f two people are walking
ide kept the vote (rom the people remarks :here was ;ogether and there is no under-
bacauaa they were afrakL J brain between your two repre- standing something mu '
- no exaggeration to say thai tentative*. Everyone knew that. We had a parly, but there is DO
ihe moat Important election in the That bridge was going on for party now and 1 have thrown in
history of Barbados is going to three years. my lot with the I.abour Par y.
>..ke place next monih and you 1 decided that I had no par y -i know thai on the 14th
the electorate have got to see that and thought that it was in the l>es: December when the result, are
you ker'i .h- Labour Government interest- of the communi y to disclosed, you would h
iwar. You have to see that serve with the party with the turned me to Ihe House of Assem-
thoaa people who are opposed to majority so that something could hly as one of yoar representa-
i those who would try to he done for 'he people.
enticing
Improvements.
Some talk >v;i
Mr Tudor wai (.....1. I 1
:'tid could not mean wall (OT I I
people But thev \cuid reman I 1 ** H-Khi of lha arat
that Mr. Tudoi fathi
PARIS N
i ..-it r/orelgn Ktaash
referr-d lo ll.
making
exceltent Christmas
LAJMtt' SLIP1'KR>
Each 1 If'!*
SKIRT HANGERS
Presents
Home Products
t HII.IIREVS DECORATED BASKETS
TELEPHOM IMPS. Earh
NOTE BOOKS. Each
iniKI Ml. MATS. Set
KMBROIDI.RED BUTTONS. Each
I MBROIDMO 1> BELTS l.arh
1\I1I- HANDKERCHIEFS. Each
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fought his wav up and
should enw a man who had done
that. In the light Mr Tudor's
b mar had felt the pressure Of
hg
It .1. lead a*tth th...
areai ati I
A further report of Mr Tuih 1 s
pea (1 "Hi appear in a later
Hid be) ., polltlt
k of cat
He tnid the UN Oeneral A -
aambly "prife of this conflict 1 \
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PAOI. MX
BARBADOS ADVOCATE
FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 1. 1MI
CLASSIFIED ADS.
iM in ii SALES i'iw ir Mini is
TELEPHONE ?'Cf
M -
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taMi " <>
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Mm! will i .. ih: rvenlna fnr M MM- 1*
OIIIN-
I
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PMUa PnrM
jn ~ BnJlir.t
Mr Mi
Ml.
- Mp
.. -r-i .. mm Ika
I pt<. today for
i Church
II..hand>. OttKU
I BMMBI a v
I* lll-ln
Mill SALE
M!M:mm fMw tM**. ra *** * i
I cni. Su-dapr. >* io*a* *
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WARn ii
.!, II. i:
DEBBfTVRXS D*"-iiticv Mi-
ii Kda*: ia*J l-'ii nmher paroe-i-
.aplv Wm rofalt) 'B'da* Ltd
l II M I f n.
AUTOMO'llVK.
illBVBOlXT CAB O
M miles Nm T re.
real,;. '-I condition
really Bid
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A *Mi B
li li n
I On* .ll.ena i
Dial 91
< |MJ -<
A-au Devon, dana onl
Atiplt General trial naenn
IS It M-l (
IN MEMOR1AM
i .... :. ^.vlna mentor* ol ou
- . M W CtBrl, ho
.. r l*h. ISM

LIP*
kMdky.
. inv ti-isdrrnest.
. i .
.. Claik .-il.- and lm
m r v Mired Clara
l II s
i A-M IV'oti At ne-#
in Appl' L A ["
Spoo era HIH. 3*"1
U II Ml I I
AB lord Ftcfc.
torrS c.'. ph.
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underaMnad wilt orr lor >! )
OmeftUMn l than *(.>*<
Tha i -
; clltlon I
(I Huh HIMt, nrirti'town- ....
! lath da> ol Woseinbar. 1MI. ' *
Tha win if l or dwelltna-r
a* HARMONY IIAIJ.. il.aridiI M 3
*"' I" IVmIi*. << land, -hith it en-
JgUd, mil near Top Hoi
"lurch. the ws-lene. ol tne It** *!
Tha d- ""t o**n
Crandali. Pra*.lii| and Dlnbna
Badroorn.. Toilet and M Kiviv
,,,. ,. .., ,. ,1 >. Boaa -
Ii.'.i.'i-: M tsMMBrfB MM TMBMM I
between the hours 01 lp-
NOTICE
C B. inniiii.
omaAM om COUJWS I
M>i lo notify, nn CIimiu *nd rnnd> IH>1 !
oAVa mill far rloMa fro~i n; D*t
j'' I""________________________I II M--Mi|
FEDERATION
CONFERENCE
POSTPONED
i -,,.
M MM]. "PP'
NOIH K
i >i i-ii of M I
Applications tor on* or
School will bo icoivpd by
Mlh Inat C*nMMoa
-.1 ParMhlonor* of M U<*y
I pMtMH nd not
IMM and ^iut m< man l*"vi
"'! ol ngr ronni of application muat
' irom th* J>arocriMI Traaurr
lava A B>pli>nuil Cvrtiftcala
Mil applKallon
ii >i pmont lhcir*lvoa to
Ihr Hvadmaaior for aaarmnatlon on Mm-
da% liih im.i M W o'clort. a m
0 1. DKAAE.
Voatr* Clark.
St Lucy.
.Mttulara ai>d i
mi am
I CATTOHl> Co
| 11 SI CAM- IHI
... Ml
Morrlt Ouf'ird.
Iv no* R.* I'honr !) U
1 11 ti
, I..MI
-no died
i ajiocUl (lay
dear
CAB-Bov*r U II P 1'i-rfrct corvditio
tniOUltlO.il M.'W) BtU,
orr M I" H Tr. .1.1 M M.,.l 1* wrn ail trhrM I" be app"
lalvd Apply Cojrvcay Uarade "<
pcdr- trial a.^d lull p-rti. uUr
l'n, M.iw 11 M-t l i
I d n| Ihll.k Of IHT
Ar *.....rd to -
,i .rod o-.i Joau* kivrw
TAKE NOTICE
WRINKL-SHED
.-...
.hot* uado or bu*l
in,..ill- Vmiiiia. UrtlW-
R'BU
I ptaci-
Uta
111 rw MM to ...______ ..
1*1 mlru ao.r.e pe.n f.all
mii Rive notice m dupi-i-1'"
.*. . M opp.-.-
i i. mi- nu>rk " tn
, -i ,.. tMrk-<
TMtrd thl> I'l 'l-V of Novrii.lr 1M1
II WILLIAMS
.IKtlitl-i i.f Trade Mark'
II II l-li
TAKE NOTICE
avosft
., .M I OMI'AI
PANV i. corp.
QplUdJ Mate*
oradEft* jto IU> "-Pi"l tiaidan htioel.
. p.,v MmW, llA >rM
l .nlllied
. .iB-turep h" m in
q pi -ii" i "I cream co
t ililc tablll/er. tu
rcRltter the aim
i>m (he 14th dav
la torre per ami -hi
' iioii.-e In rtuplii*
trade ii ark c
TAKE NOTICE
STRUTTS MACRAME TWINE
dr""
,.i.
Ark-truth I II
MwlillWl, IiilUnd.
-1 .| to* 'tie registration of a trade
I "A" i'( HeBHIrr In repeet
potion thread, and will be
. r-l.tr lha Mmo allr m
iti- lth dav nl Novanvber
-orr.r* poraon 'hall in the
m duplicate to in*
Ml lion of uch redlt-
trode nvaiK can be teen on
.i my nfrlce
Daw.| ihia imii day i< October 1>1
11 v.iuJAMS.
i:,-(ti..u-.i- "f Ttade Mark*
U H II Jn
NOTKB
njtcnucAL
,. Ml "III Offer for wli
fUbiie competition *\ learlr of".-
i
,., i--. l1 at ip
SJ PERCHES o* land titu-te .1 Wilton
HI Wt M --- *"'' rn* dnae MM OWbOC
rd MAN-
th, ho""* tonlm =
.IHI Dl.
,^..ln -I" I" each. K

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a* MM. aiy^1 BO D _________'* Sl *"
TOIUII IIATTtli;!'.-.
!.-1 hatlrrx made In
..i^UI- ..I KniRlil. LH
. MAC1IIN1M
(LArrHUi-AOthar
IK > ,
M nitd Vacuum Cle.i
MlpaMett of thi
'. Ud MM "vt din i
aahliic Machine IIM.Ot. Vacu.
l-aner 7S N Dill W K
UNTK CO LTD t II 1-
MKCHANICA1.
I'U'YCIJA: A good aupplv o
.(h and without inree-apeed i
'! CMh prlcot Dul 41
CIHHTWV
ADEM
ei -Harrl- Si
, i
.AKAtii: LHal
I..
lirCISTTrUNO MACHINE
i.H o i heekliut up lo Mi
n.*d for re-ii Courleo
MlSO.k.LANl'AlUS
AKRuSOf. F1.Y HPRAY
row riMB, Muaqultoe- i
;NXllfTS LTD
HOT SHIRT" OaaAhMMnl J't'
THAN! Bm. lor Ihai Hut SI..it
i.-.kini foe. We have then- in |m
.!>' Oti.litie- l)-.. SMS
PI-ASTIC fTTFS
hr fJlaaara. Cruet
ilh.r beautiful 11'
re available at THA

I srit tlOTTUNO IQVII'MI ".'I i
I"1MI.H. Liquid wldo Univtraal Itulllf
Waaher; IMaio Model "t~" Oaw-mai
Hook-up AutoenalH' r'lll-r-Cro n.t S h |
Inai.'nlaneoui Cooler One Lynn Pllte*
Wilu.n (mi.ihi Caibonainr. and Twi
Cnanwl-linad Syrup taukt S. M
JALHL phona SUI. <*an Fernando
Trinidad 13 II M -*r
WANTED
HELP
M'HhK Ciipablo and efnrtoni I
loi pawn baby Onry Ihoto with
l*tt nl referancea need applv A:
The Ban)am". Sty St
is nai
TIIEATHL MANAtlU A full 1 <
lanafar for lha I'l A/a TIIIA11 r
Barbareea Apply by letter and In perton
M omce of CAM I Bill: AN THEAW.r..'-
"The Banyan* Bay t.lreet
iii Iho hown of P in and
No.
mber snih it,.
AUCTION
|!M)KR TDK SILVER
HAMMER
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M-i.kk:.. .. ihei.
Cdurh A ClMli Od Mird Hidebward
ail Dlntn, Chptn vth leather Seat-
Var.-iiiL.il Chain MSHMJ i
Ah.lt T.-j Bsrv
'"lee Dh
*t Ola- War-, DMM......I Tea *r-
.ic-, Hahag RMBM Bad
Varu> BprllM I'1..... I "
..
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kluiun. Kiev
JAMES DWABO SCAI^
\oTK-r LS HUtKBY (ilVEB that a.
per arm* hovma mi* trot or claim jfcatt"
... -t.i 1,,.* IV ettite ol Jam-* Kd-.an
m Road in th.
CM) ..I Hild4-Uiii in thU Idand wh
died ai Bakttri Road aforawM Ml th-
of April Ifl ..ii nm.eated la
i than riotma ,i.i
ttrated lo the Htidrri.tfi ad liWf.NITII
< > s4.nl.ilcd Baeculort
1
Clffllh St-lkil.n. ol No 11 Hah -.treat,
on dptafoi'' the Utr. Oj> ol
SI BAM hlrh datt *c ahail
.. -------.........bute iha
1
'

i ihr aMM
.,
i ..
.. to trill* their in
llkotit dola
i. i. i u,i. ISUi of Oclabar. 1MI
. l BEE I1ARMOW
U IXINALD JotBI'IlUS UANIEJ
EsMwton 'i !' will of
Fdward Seal, dareaaed
laOMDON
The I uiMkiri inrciiiig i
,i Wtt
j Indloa o diKUSs Ihe (cderatlon
icy of the :>tfiiish Caribbsan colonies
nor* sorani I *ft*oTi WEI ,f h'ivc been held ui
it iha Prn .'nnuarv. hs* been poslpoiM-d and
* llli now lake putct- probably
tuwErvt*! ih middle of the yew.
TUs wa> stated b> Mr. Olivet
l.ytWM.-u, giving his first Preso
(onrwrence in Lxmdon a* Swretary
of Stst for the Colonies. He con-
linnext hnwever. that the invita-
I lion to trie B.W I. Colonies to send
j represoiiutivcs to sus.h
' lerencr. which wu issued by Mr.
i.'.mr. Crifntiui as one of his last
. .lion beli
I .-land.-
i Mr. I.yllelton i!ve BO mnicr-
| Ukins that the new I -
Linen Clearly
Drawn At
Tiuce Talks
By AENOLII 1MRHI.I.
PANICUNJOM Ko .. Nov. 12..
The United Natiom, setUod i
down for a long aieae in iiw,
1Kb on Tuesday.
nmvlstesd mat ita'cause could ! I
defeated <1 v by
Amencjn Imu-tn-nct Ihc UlMji
are at l.> '
, i for l'i*
20th armislic her-sloti in UW
Panmunjom circus ten!.
The Communist* ilrr>|>pcd v f-
, tually all pretenses that the
1 lutnVmg siiouid coattnua until .i
' full armistice M signed, and BM
mg openly foi' an ira-
eaasB lire. Thv CtliiaMJl
'Communist delegate. QgflMrBl
Fann 1* '(iinled as saying
Goveniirwnl would net go bark on |ruM ,a|k, flebsi,, "Ulii .
any of the eonstit^iondl ch.nig.-t ^.roposltionthat the i.i
*" tuaThne of contact
lu-
ll .
lreody made In the Colonies. The
Government would IK I
gVL but constitu-
it.-nsi ji'd economic (lev. i
it ust Bo asncl In fund.
Vi i-i.i'. iirogressive people
hi U matter of (.onMiilullnnnl
FhaMgM." he ilrdore-l. On ttM
t-coajuiiiic groE buyers' msrkeu in the
riigVd Klngdrwn are now past and
thlirm> of tr.-Hle are now rather
n :a. ..( the primary produeiT.
riieictiire. we expect to see Ihe
i.ijMohik developmeiil of the
CoMni > keep up with
iniiuI advances.'
Mr Lytteltoii adinitled frankly
that he hail not yet hud lime to
urv.-> the I'litiir Colonial piciurB
be '
nd a den
.
ed Irom which IrOOM
|
B
cnnliiuir- their dslsylS
munlsts charged 'he
Allied pro). ,i for
as "unfair, unjust, and unres
able, and not loyal to the ngendi."
'l.oy^l to the aenn "
Coounuiilsti vaBSf be
wording of the ngN*nd:i aj >W
Tor an Immediate cim ciirc "Ti -.

Americ:in impatience WK

;..aml to thinkan
hour ago he was
don hied-up with
indigestion!*
Swift relief from after-
meali discomfort is given by 'Dolsa'-
-i.niachacid. so often the cause
handy onc-.loseemekypcs.eath Dolsa is
acid balance. h\ niaJe m powder form to
Dolsa
RESTORES DIGESTION
III iv.,ii . B m
Bunwi
H r .nd XHx: Tup
.1 1 K.let.. i, 1 .rdeia. 1
Cvnv
*) o, BaaMM B
hi:\\Mi: IKOTMAN A
\l......U' I
Free!
ion iii;\i

HOUSES
t on
Pulls lum
an .\oi;n<:emki\t.
naTa alt
>oU' Copy ba-furc
Pfajl .h iMJh -
llrr,1 MjPfM
itBw.ed f.r Hi- cnibllMin
holiday mat. We repair the a
in Ihree hod,. Squire Deal l>
pa|r tarvlee. L'pP-r Heed Btfl
ir l.il.-nvacle IS
LOST A FOI XII
LOST
QUASEBS -Pair of Roading Olatao
Turtle SheM (ramaa near H 1. \
Hulldi.K Pmder pleaar return U
Uvntuiiii Drpt I'eward
IS It 81 1>
Teeth Loose
Oums Bleed
1 to u.iniulutf jn> poling ,*\ ,)
Miinilicinl RMS tuit
I Modern Btiluh Ctlil
Try \N ) i i
COHlA*
FUKit -<
,.. 0.0..C o.t-.' attai s.
tMl. can). (Fall .... U <..*>
--
JUST THE THINC
ifele Wodcl ii..
inf tlurneii nc
Can bake a Chlrkei
Sllun'nouM
Oil 11 MAI
SOI A I.MIIS
CURIOS ANTiqi'KS.
JEWEL*. CARVINGS
FMBK01DER1E8, Ete.
Colonial devwlopinent. but he tlc-
iiIbibiI Wt- will not be committed
with regard to what li pending
or under considerntlon, but what
is already done <.i pracal Id arflj
.ed through."
Mi l^lttlton. who was Minister
ol Production In Mr. Ctiunhill'*
WETtime Cabinet and \* an expert
DM uuply of raw
ml tii.ii he was now
examining Use lubteel <>f the
L'evei' mi.nt ..f Colonial lerri-
toiiE;. I"ur the supply of Ihe r.iw
BBBserUu needed lor Rrtlum's
rtMinidineiil drtn Hb i aOB-
sldejnng, he said, whether bdh <
alleviation ..f the nesreity of raw
by upeeUil
measure* and whi
it i n ..ml long-ten
i. i m| priority.
Asked nb>ut the constitution.
and working of the Colonial Oe-
VffOvinent Corporation, he said.
that he had had two conversations I
with Lord Rellh, chairman of lite.
i rP] ii, '1 think
c st^e eye to ey* a* to how things
ought '.o go."
M. ..f the quesUom Mr.
i Lytleti n was asked dealt with
Malay.', the first of the Common-
wealth trouble roots" that he is
VtBntn| Me is due to leave
Lortdon Ul the end "f November
...I Sin^.tpore -inii will afterwards
BO on lo Hong Kong. The pur-
p-ae of this trip he summed up
,ili dntBajf as: "To see for
rivself "
With Mr. l.ytielton at his
V Mjj ..'iiferen.e were Mr. Alan
Boyd, newly appointed
I State for Colonial
Aftajn'S. and the Karl of Munster.
who will Ik- Mr Lyll.li
llaiWEDtary I'nder-Secretary of
.* .e. Neither spoke at the meel-
Mr Lennox-Boyd. who is 46 (he
will lie 17 on Novembei 18). was
of the West Indies sub-
inmllc- of ihe Imperial Affairs
c iiimmttec of the Conservative
r rty. when the Cnnserv.it.VN
opposition in tin- Lot
: ..itlom-nt He held OoArerornent
sra the war ai Partla-
f. iv Secrcury tn the Ministry
"f Labour and held other junior
iMOt posts during the war.
Hi I. been one of ihe Con-
: vitive Party's principal spoke.-
" In \hf House of Commons >
V. .-I Indian affairs and has paid
i vollta to the West Indies.
II laki 'up was made during the
l>uniBer and had to be cut short
whefj Mr l^nnox-Boyd was re-
Bllan to Englimd to take part in
the Genual Election .-ampalgn
B.U.P.

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WllUam P. N
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Kuroun Trun* Talks
MUNSAN. Nov. 14.
The United Nation iii.-m t
said that after I
the Kurvan Arim-in- -
DBlttM .it rantmittiiiii.
muiust attitude, BtUI dwwd Uw
they wanted a de facto
(iespily their dBfOBsleBil dBoJaJ
I'oday's talks which wen) OB non
minul
brougjlt no iirogitis". Uu I
re the mn lekesman Rrieadler Gen |
devetopmenlB'eral. William Nuckols -.ud. The |
trying lo ft)
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prodtntod eaib da* to tka akuidi it n ten
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tad kotdn
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dMSMMMI "ill hi
avawes*
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it rapidly ncutraliiet ihe
of the Irouble. Prepared in
sufficient to restore healthy
be taken in water so as to act
more quickly and thorough-
ly, rapidly reaching ihe
slomach walk w ilh its sooth-
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Er.r>"W"">uW/or;
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Heart bum
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PalptlatkM
Gaslrk-... id"kv
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an rcjdy lo ba popped into your mouth ai lha iim .ign M
ihroai dry nest or torencss.
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Irnia Trinidad
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Parinha, E McCurmhrk. a P
Bradthaw. T Sihlnlaeth J Laniahlr.
M LauBhlln. I Caii.i. M De Vctiemt
t. It..- r.llii", II Bercovilch, J
Hadred, J Trace v. F Tiscev. M. Trace.
It Btobaueh. 11 Stubauah. a Stobauai'
B Slnbaiiah. f Boird
in ! \wii in li> r. ill \ ..-.
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Herbert Gill. Marlon- Gill. rBomai
God win. Chandia Porinanand. H*<-
Hoaall. 't..'.-.>. Dcvrtc. Ann Dr.
ii--. Wll'iam Orin-'-ad K--
taad, With Bkl-r. ll.iah O-anc. Naiman
In Touch With Barbados
Coaital Station
Cable and Wl
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with the 101...W through then
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PACK FIGHT
BARBADOS ADVOCATE
FRIDAY. NOVEMBER II. MSI
RACING RESULTS B.T.C. RACING Ramadhin And Weekes
Out Of Match vs. \.S.W.
AI mi OAftMSON
WRATI'fi. Fan
\ll\ I MKt R IV 1MI.
tha-k M
THIRD DAY
15th ftACI s\\\\\\H LODOI HANDH \T
Overl-. tlS. *11$ Mt-
t..- i I
126 lbs. Hon J D. Chi
111 lbs. Mi R Denis Barnard
Jiicki
120 lbs. Dr. A W. L*k< Joi k.y .A.Oornw.
T^^,r..^i,v^-:
FIFTEENTH RACE
Sivannah liodgr Handicap
nu in thu
roy m the
V...I cUW| by Hl-Lo.
Approaching the stands (or the
the
From FRANK MARGAN
British Guiana to
1 con
I, MCattOY .
1. DIAMOA .
TIKI .!'. PAHl-MiTurx , >..-. c.. ..... .. ,Md >n<| wl< |n lh|> iio#|llon wb
FORECAST t* 20. .he Held p .sm.s1 the .lands. N"-
ALSO RAN Ma (Ml Il.. I.'. Il(* ll*. Ing the nve furlong pul.
mrheln Miss Friendship- 1116 lbs.. YvonctJ. .nd challenged tut Hi-
STATIT Goon FINISH CVaM I ', lentlh. I langlh.l Lo maltllalne,! hit le.J_. A
WINNER: 4-.VI-..W bt.K H- r-ze-
TRAINER- Ml .1 W tli.indler
I nth Race
tfll 111 t'AltlBlir.AN IIAMilf M- <
(Inly11 DM. J15. tlU. IM Farlaag*
A *
I ..ll.tiwl we,
' pAti'i-
the siraUti:
lenfr Infusion who however re-
fused to yield any ground. Sweet
Rochal iI.uL-lim.in upt mean- Tlie West li.die* ctlcnet muri!
while kept wall to lh.- fore and '*"* ! b* in line for the tun I Sf/UOe* I ll rif mac
raced down the h. < the u*., -l,S- V^IiriSUIlcis
eaaily. High and Low waa now the matcl. \lof!ni>
lunnina In the second place but a w i iis IT** Boulh Wales al Swii.'r MIL 11II J{
la away from the Judi. ickat _.__ ___. _.., .,,. h._
ovartook her. Sweet The tourists picked I "' f'"''-
mouMa lo -aecond ''VVXJ
t.. play the stron. New SouUt moling Into year in spite of the
Welshmen Rania.11,,,1. WaMic, H;. lad race., usu-
-.-, and Stollmeyer are out ally held :.
; aving VaU-n'.ii e rla.li wilh their fixture
bowline; attack on liar Test bats- The date, of the meetin, w.l
men Morris Miller, Burke, ljnd- be December 26th and 2lb .nil
Barmt. Jan.,
beless crowds are lib ,'"" It
to roll lun in their thousands to II"- meeting should et n
ible wlriaei
lengths away
I .is second by i,
NOTONITF.
It7 I 1 lbs Mr C. A. Peirce
hnraes uaWu the clock H 1.
,h. TWENTIETH RACE
ion out: tumuli Nursrrv Slakes
hon Coll.-.. s. .. , . .,ui.-_ ,.i,.,n|
uMM tf Croasley, pulhM a -tar-.er and CM on af
to go definitely to the fore H h. ,,,.iJV ul lhe gate..
Mr, V. Chase.
Mr. V I
Win $7., Place I1
Ni
i 44, 51
I PRETTY WAY .101 + 1 lbs
3 LAND MARK 126 lbs
TIME 2.06* PARI-MCTl'M
AST* $37.32
ALSO RAN: Atomic II (126 lbs Yvoneti. Quit Site (113 lbs., CroBsltf)
Rod Cheeks (126 lbs.. Quested*. EW-ljclhan 1120 1Mb., HoleleTl.
START: (lood FINISH Easy M': lengths. 2 lengths).
WINNER: 3-yr-old br c. Finif.is-ETnpiivs Josephine
TRAINER Mr. J T Flcl.
II llltir liHIUWlHM i ........-------------
maintained the lead to win halt Dlaroee: My Love II. Champagne aed Hie lean, that nave Australia with Mr. 0 no will
a length ahead ol Viceroy (Hold Rambler Rose la.I the shock n( their life in the first give them all particular*
" l>,, imTi up) who wns huattod to lake s- < n carried I. >. 4. 7 an. :' I P.i aJaVM I -"-c"- A -
nnd place Mvm.s a Kngih nheed fl It- hi n (actively. inM in UM nexi p ( j ^
w a
mM (A. ClOhH-i up
-l\ I I I \ t ,l KACK
KoUlh ( .ir.M.inii 1 l.n.di. ,>|'
the-1.. a
rt h- SumBa (I
Hm..:. r Rose
mar, lying in ll
lr% kr.it
Ihc next
putMJit. Iiuniiucrque I" Tft at 8ydne> on Nuvember M
foil m-
tod up) Hd
?d by New-
rquc ><
altbouiti
la '
.Midland Scon 254
Vii-iiit PakisUn
I.Ill !Ucr:
nitlC.IITON HANim Al'-ciua 'G
Its. MB. .5'. FurliHiEv
& UHrr-HH
I nRl'RV LAm
10* I
^l^
A. I,

Jockc;
l/lli l< :
Vvond. follOWVd
!oi Yvonn. f0nw,^ by
OT.f."St NoWnllt.- third ami Atrnni
UigriMthu
I in
It JU8T B> ('HANCt: IS2 IhR Mr N
' JOANS STAR 10H ]li- Mr S J Rotk
TIMB: I.I6J PARI-MITTUF.I. Win SI.84. Pliin- H2*. $1.14. $2 80 thr fourih |Kiailion
FORECAST: $7.80 -
ALSO RAN Kb W.HMiip (H .u. Dotsam (127 11m.. All), the thn-.- fuMoni: |*>lc. At Ihl.
Wilniar (116 Ibtt.. Cruwleyi. Did*-n. (120 lb*.. A. Gomes). Front ttuKf Ihe Held slowiil down I H
A Held of seven gol off 1>
Uirly good start wlih I'k"
Way ridden by Lutchman and
ii KU-.t I.- r the prei iho tw
Mch canflng oWB and three tutloi
pound! overweight rWpcdtniy.
Thls win anoth.-r nine furlong
.vine th*- h< is BaAi d
Ihe Stands for th*- first time.
tty Way was u. !li<- lead closely
.ii
p Um home itrairh
Icnglhl
.s l
numlM-r of lengths ahead ol
Ramble)
ill eti* ful tour, at least tlnanelally.
Prior lu the sterling bM i>er-
formance. th.- tour \<> all appear- LAHORE, P-AlaiaJ Nov. 15
meet was being a flop with Ihe &iKlnd on ThurMaj KOt%d IM
""Hisands tlllt pakiatai, hn
fiom Ihe earl> ..... of the
'he tourigU brnr- nrs, filing flMaitcially in this lour. A cr|rke. TeU.
k lit.brr.-.t.h dODlln
tttotl and was 61 irhsjaj
third out tifter a bright
C-iTiii-Yg nround Ii.. l-'ti'l Our.- r,, |.|,lltir tall
,> l. i ... i........... *
near 'he team'* hotel dui
did more than fJOO butt-
he
THINTYUKST RACE
( nnviiiiiiioii
Hopper (118 Iba. HarrlwiH,:- > OavOttg (127 lb*. Holder).
?^^^PT Oood. FINISH ClOa. ('- lengili. head).
WINNER 2->"-"lii h li. I it 1>.....n-Nrlle Owynne
TRAINER Mr. J. M. Luughlin.
but Pretty Way WM still in the this rai
lead. i
COmkU :i round Ihe bend Ha*
1Mb BA.fi
NI l KM IIANim'AP- 8M SMS. $135, SIM.V; Kurloac*.
nite and l^and
move up and '
ttratah, Prelty
into irecond pin
red home
Mark began to
irlng uii 'I
Way was beaten
p by Notonite who
nmforliible winner
11 id. .|.
lehad Ii
and (aw totranta wen-
lirt Time was
I nun
Mr. S A BUnchMu
leAit) MMftad
Mi ( A
Jockey P Fletcher
Mr M I R B
Jockey Newman.
Win: ld.30. PUc $.172. $3.0fl.
I. FIRE laADY.....Ill lbs
| Fl'Sfl HUDOET 117 lbs
S. ARlfWIM 128 1b,
TIME 1.41 PARI-ftfl
FORECAST; 84 2ti
ALSO HAN Maybouya (107 lbs. Crossleyt, The Thing (M
J. Bella), Dsganini Prlncsm ura lb i id
START. Gowi. FINISH Vei* F**y < lengths. 1<; lengths.
WINNER 3-yr-old h f. The Phornix-I>tdo.
TRAINER: Mr R H Mi
I9lh Kaee: I'll.R AN IIAM.U AP(laaa 'V A 'Vt iWlnneraT
$8i. iuy fiu. *5fsi. rmtmm
by one and a half lengths
Wv anH -i-etind Hpo
iiheitd of I*rul Mark
SEVENTEENTH RACE
Brighton HanHirap
UH
1 SWEET ROCKET 111*11.. Mi. R K GUI
I H'NWAVf iia (h- \li R
:t men ami M 'U
TIME 114 PARI-MUTI EL Win S4.H2. PI.;.
FOHEt AST $11.7
ALSO RAN: Flieuxre (124 II* Wilder), lilfu
WART Good. FINISH
WINNER: 3-yr-old br.f. Can
TRAINER: MV. J. H (,,11
All ten entrant'- face nt Blue Diamond who
was giving some trouble at Ihe
Md to get off. Joan"< Star
was in the lead at Uw -ttt fbt-
.,..,-,! Closely l Hi- W.h hip. whi
took the leading position as th*
Held pa'-sed ihe tnlM furloM: poit
Dniry i^ne wai now In
.md place with Joan's Stnr ii
the third position. Racing past th*
clock. Drurj Luw, huatled b]
OueMpri, went to the fore nr..
though >tubbornly challenged b*
.lust By Chance (Tvonet up) dow.
the home stretch, maintained hi
kwd to win by h..lr .i length ahead.
(120 llw., Yvonetj. Just By Chance was second Jus;
bought suits and snortuwear. Giant
wlcketkeapar Clyde Wakott had
of cream flaiinels alter-
.ni'impanying hard training. I
I "ilixjya
< arnlng podmmoney
ic.im meml^cm* autograph
Hew
Spinner cbi.nky Wilfred Fer-
Kuaon almoat broke the lank dttr-
ng the team's last stay In S
iku.uu' Th'er, PWlhlg ball an hour during one
match signing more than 100
1 boys' books. The youngster
'_i and Vanguard weni to the ton "> "* 0"' ln ^ fln"w
lenfU* Another tattwnM ol lh* 'f81" "" _"" UT*.
the llelu paaawd ,,ui ,h<" N.S.W Cricket
ed a ban on auto-
Watercn I JPW.
look the lean. Though Oressing rwmi attendants havo
i n instructed not t receive
Ann (Yvonet m- irn* hooks or bats for players' auto-
Judfl iii a driving Bnlih to win graphs. The Association sayi
mUi in fronl I**1" forced to ban auto-
beat The Eagle for accor becauae of the "aeri
i., ihraa i.
.."tiraa'SLE-- -" with
Tom (Jraveney. Englan.l were
113 for three wickets at lunch
Pretty

; when the Held pitaeo
Ume tol-
lowed do* ' by V


kej I'.itrhman.
Jocgej
J (. t OueMrd
$180. $2.40.
Easy (3 lengths. 1 length).
h Roek
20tli Race: M KSKKV HANDH Al' (I
Flllle-H ft/ASIM. SMB. S1S5, $40.
I. DUNQUEIigUE
"P" & F2-' (2
-5'; Fur Ionic
II lb*
Hon. J n OhaDdlor,
Jw-ke'
Mr. L J. Seal- JOcaJ tVneitei)
Mr. Vlrtor Chase. Jiikev Nflwman.
Win: $158. Place 11.18. fl
head in fro"
EIGHTEENTH MCI
Nelson llandirap
Six horse* started in this evei
out of nine which w
and a ivilf furlongs. Th.
Thing ridden by Johnny Belle ral-
lied M lb*, overweighi.
Fire Lady got off to a llyin
start and gradually ininasi-il i
lead, making every pole a winnlri"
1 SUNINA.....11)4 ( 6 lbs,
3. RAMBLER R06I H'4 I ~ lbs
TIME I.I5L PAIII-Mlini
FORKCAST $4 8(1
ALSO HAN MarOM HWH lbs., A Gomes). My Love II (104 ii ll
Holder). Champagne II (KM.fl Ibt,. V Fleicher ,. Caprice (104 (or" tho' flrW U|M Dashing I
l.ulchman). ,HH iBllowlNl b> l'l
START: Cod FINISH Coanfortabl* (4 lengths. 4 lengths). Thln" i,n,t Kl1" Ill"":'1
The field s>n sluing out "I*"
Fire Lnily still IMdtha; eomWrtablJ
. fial lengths.
WINNER: 2-yr-old br.f. O T C -Bcllcdunv
TRAINER: Mr J W. Char
-Mil Ka.-e:
CONSTTTI'TION HANDICAPClaaa '
SIM, Sito. UU, .--IM FarUaf
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-i-WJfi! Mr H rwlnlia. Jockey I-attlmer.
PARI-MUTUEL Win 82.34. Place $1.54. S2 12
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TIME: 1.461.
FORECAST:
ALSO RAN V
START- Good.
WINNER: 4-vr.-old b.f. Restigoiiche-Condiment
TRAINER Mr J W Chandler.
nguard (111 lb*.. Quested).
Mantis Were Not
Ceded To Russia
WASHINGTON. Nov. 15.
John Fo&ler Dulles, Father ol
the Japanese peaM Meaty, hold*
thai the Kunles. the South Sak-
halin and adjacent island*, wen*
nol ceded lo Russia under that
treaty, ll was learned loday.
According to Dulles, Russia can
never claim Idle lo these areas
under the treaty.
Dulles' views on Russian thai own with the speedy Ru*-
elainis to these areas were set glan I mil ,eti with PJO Sabreieta
(prth in a letter to Republican hooting down M.I O.'s at the
Senator Arthur Watkins made ratio of 14 to I
Bailable lo Ihe United Pies-
ursday. In speeches on the In vpil,- of occasional heavv
Senate flooi Watkin. criticized immlier loasM under the M.I.(I
the language of Ihe trealy under attack. Vandcnbaraj
which Japan renounced elalmi to i^iIk. lo- c ucic
Soviet occupied areas. amall" and had hotn "greatlv
UeP. -xaggerated. "I' P
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Urili.iliiHi Efforts
\\ ill Continue
WASHINGTON, Nov. 18
Assistant Secretary "I State,
'idualed on Tuesday
that Ihe UDJtBd Slates will con-
tinue lls intHiiatiun effort* In
Teheran and I^ndon, if the Brtt-
tsh-Imnlan oil dHj
Ued this repeati-d
that in- waa not giving up hope
of a aeulemcnt.l\P
MORE
Cough
Relief!
IYII me
doctor*.
If they all kill Mm,
In.**, can one aiititrptir
Im- -afrr than atmlher?"
..i hi.....I Som, il.".ili nr> powarfaL reqakra *rr> .areful
diluting lo be -ale on human liue-. Ilir -al.- antiseptic fur
untrained MB ha* high germmdal ellicirne\ even in the
praaoHM If blood. It i- non-poi-onou-. due- nol Main, it is
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