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PACK IIGHT HAKRADOS VDMKMI UIIIMMI1I NOMMIIER 2K. 1W1 WALCOTTPOSE THREAT IN 2ND TEST Australian Prestige In For Buffeting CATCH IN IT captain i n Australia, is John Goddard. Wesi Indies side ltd lo exprew jhout "incident*" dunnt yihi captain English •ourl t: i '-inner Hit latest criticism !>.• 411 4UatralUn umpire In i ing a catch made by Goddard. wh" ha ball up In exuberann and then failed to retain it Only the umpire MB whether a catch has bet B leted baton Uw ball %  H ;,: >M. ii. i i. iva • Hen won rjercd. after teeing c: | M a simult.ii' Bl %  |l % i btttcc not take this risk —Sporlniiof a than, I I R (From rKWK HAWAII) SYDNEY. V Following their creat Test trial agains* match ended on Tuesda> tmiris's seem quit.* capable of cjivini 1 Australia's cricket prestie.e the bulleting it received in the last decade. MATCH ABANDONED from HAROLD DALE SYDNEY Nov J"? The match bet wren Victoria and ihe West Indies here WM a ini d arter i im to to have been the last day of Th* W. gj %  made tM THUS 111 IM Inj to whhh Vletorll i' id reph. 1OT. On the third day •<' \ Wi Indlaa made ,1 raJn-lnterruiii'd 1BI for 2 wickets. Griffith IMMMMS Education Tha present educational s>stem Bttd tha rood problem %  innin Items explained by Mr VTnI | atMp taa BM RVctora' Asvwl.it Ion kept .1 polttlel meeting %  l-tyne's Ho,ld Bntttuu. Hill, last night in suppoii 4 his candidature IM tin ponaB of St. Michael. A crowd of approximately 1.000 attended the rnatUna Mr. Grimth said that he waa very proud to nee that the day hau oofM whan ba could onai himself to be of service tu tlW la He w very prud to aee iha. in the island of Barbados he had lived BUCh I Ufa that it waa — %  — impoeatble (or any man lo lilt a %£&.•*& 'SSXfmX A S M /'— By ftter Dillon ihn—ih.it linger is a lying ftngei and that tongue is a lying tongue -Ol 1 r lM "E* S n, ^ il r h S"l^nelsea 1 he ing himself as a candidate tor St. Thomas, was the Chairman Other S fakers wero*Tr E D Mottlt %  >. r. Joten Maynard and Ml BJ W Mr. Selbert Lcacock introduced the Chairman. *-' u '•" Mormiey look* uncertain a-. lull from Alfred Valentin* raps him on the padBut tlie ninune Ui-*llowd kcepsi OUIIU-HH appeal for L B.W. (Went Indie, v NSW 10 ai CffaaoMdaiad Pre* Pas** NEW U.S. ECONOMIC ADVISER KEY WEST FLA., Nov. 28 Truman Monday elected Roger Putnam, member of an uld new England family and onetime ltemuci.il ir candidate for Governor of MassachuseU*. as new Economic Stabilization Administrator.—U.P. WHAT'S ON TODAY Court of (.rand -.'.sum' HI mi a.n. Police Courts 10 00 l iim Show—British Council. W.ikri.ri,: for Barhadoi Tec h M., i.., bU Auociit kin i.niv i .in p.m. Oljmplc Club i i'h. ii-.11 at British Council CJM l> ni Police Band plays al Si. Marcaret*.. Si-hoot IMMurr. St. I'hlllp 4.30 i> ... Mobile I num. film "how OaaVsga savamuh. si John. 7.30 p.m. Ubuur rollllral ineeliug. St. KlUibeth Village. St Joseph In Miptwrt of Mr. 1>. II. Adam* and Mr. !*• Smith. B.00 iin Labour Early Political meetlug at SpoonerHill. St. Michael In support of Mr. M. ECox and Mr. T. O. Bryan S.tO pjn. %  MCflggJ 5.39 .in Sunset: 5.U p.m Moon: New. llnhtinic: fi.00 p.m. High Tide; Z.gg am 2.4* Lew Tide: 8.53 p.m. 9.41 UnprtMlu'lahles Finv 'Victory Over Manchester Lniteit %  M LONDON. Nov The butt of music-hall comedians for nan yw thai thov care to icmeniber. Chelsea are again proving thank* MIVM (lie iintiii-fiictiihlcs of English soccer. Graced during Iheir existence with numerous lunoui playtrTl Inchldinn Tommy Lawton, Hughio Gallacher arid Toramj Walker. Chelsea huve never risen to the heigh's. The Cup and the league on Saturday (November 10th) Championship have always esThey were playing Mam-hcster ipcl thru raich \r> they t'nited at Stamford Bridge and, promiso R4 ( much onl v to lOBVO icallv. nu one could h % % % %  that promise un-lultlUed. and them ima.li ehaUMO ot emergingtheir supporters Lewitcheil, IxithsucicuKlul (train UueiuxiunhT •red and bewildered. Manchester were at full-strength with ,i powerful forward Una Last year Chobw. experienced reading from left h. riant RawthgOr asanM fright for ramie lime lev. Duwnie. Aatoo, Pool only a nearmiracle, so i' iicrry %  ••mad, oould ova Ihem rrom As though raatgnat] to taatti rgauon to th* Second Dlvuuon ch conunencad in And that n ea r miracle uecurnd modloorp raahJoD, Inside 17 minon tho last n I '! uti Manonaatai waro two teaaon. . pod || mlghl taally have I Mu-llield WeiineMl.i> wore alfour. ThOPS wai llttlO 01 ready di>umi<| uiul .. .ip,|ene of what lay In atOnp lot thi were ciwlaea, Bui tno 48.OIMI hml who had bnmd Ih'Peiunoiiersas (lulsea mv of,„hl wind and driaglo uin tu IM recoonatet) known btml Ftolton the match. b v four KoaN in mi and SheOold uwido %  mlnut*, rolaowtauj the itiuidmi Bvarton to Ihg tum of aaoond Manohcatei s—]. iiigh-Bpcvd attcr-lhe-match had rodoood the arrean thnufjh eaJculauoni i n ihe Chelaaa boardnaw-boy ryarcy. signed from room reveahM the fact that raleCbariton i aoupai ( weeks pr**KMthai had or saved l. .03 i tdotl L) That wa* the first sign %  Kal. that the match still held some At the comim-Ti..-iuent of tho ho|>o for Chelsea and when tttl present seuaoj, Chelsea were i:i minutes before half-time Bantlai turthar broubM, Intarnauotial infound the back ol tha oal wtth float-forward Bantaty JoMd tho a truly great shot from 25 yards l-waiit-n-tranafdr brigade, us did the Issue was as open as il hau .entichair M.irns. On top of that ever DM such as nilhngton and But whereas Manehaatn had Hughe* gull th e club for SouthMaBOd the tnltiaUva and hid nrl em League football and Interi*,,-,, ;i i,|e i„ ..ipiiahse on It DOM rational oulsidc-i ight Parsoiw it was Chelsea who fousid |hamsnowed no sign "f rnpovo >. i.ttlng on top. Nor did knee Injury which had put they allow the OBSpOftunttj to close slip from their grasp. Dirk>on on Prldf i. know, as the Australians at the beginning knew, their success depends on a good start being given by ih. men. The dishing form 'hown b) l %  OU Itn." H.e UKl Stollmcyer tn tho Vlotarkui game ; •pie ide of well The Improved form of giant eper batsman Clyde \V..lroti shows him to be a p. | things are to b> > q • %  h, Frank Wnnell who has been off the line in all htt appearances to he has not yet lost his I League outlook where U in Tore .iff everv hall if peaaaD* and ntal %  I I sixer. Worrell came strnight from tiie Lancashire la-ague to the wuatiallm Mur. Worrell is now learning thn; the Australian attack in cricket outlook is vastly diiTeien: froci the Lancaatilra League and h<' is making appropriate diang. %  n hal approach. $0 k.Ihe Wesl IndUH available bowling prartar in In that they batted! in semi-darkness on Mondaj The K.iun waa ahandoned on luisday due lo a spell or notorious Melbourne weather. "Bradman of Barbados" EverIha turnabout was com(on Wceke* who stayed at SydUla unpradieiabhnoy in an %  ttampl i<> racon %  •"' ,l "" M '" i thigh muscle in;m The heroes of the afternoon' | is Oral practice on Tueada\ AH tno bolaaa tanm, And on the s„„ m B fortnlgh! i would i "I'lt ago. i r-lef| Unwley who has DOW 18 goals this season < We are till one oi ;.i.. % %  how Weekes the game's . standi up to hard practice but it CHELSEA: Itoberlson. Bath%  i ,,i. >., dOOtdO his fllfata, Tlcaa oaf Hai m Iha Test." Dlckson, Oai t r/an >. Snuth (Hi. RejiiiWeojtag hatted agiinst GodMANCIIESTER I NITKD: Aldard. Gomel and Atkinson WOO n Carey, Redman, Gibson, Chilalso stayed at Sydney for a rev. n. Cockburn, Berry. Pearson. Interest in the West Indu %  Aston, DowniO Rowlav, tour continues to grow For th* %  will be drawing a aellnf 40.000. the eanacU famous Sydney cruket ground LACKWELL -/*e tame FAMOUS 'forReich; for fenerohofts Wit OMSM Cacata I Oa*os C • W.II.UU local rtf*mi T. Csddst Grjm Lid trldfctown /,y.V///,'//V//.W/>'rVi',' It thi ground where Bradman scored h luindM-t' man Yarriley's I -If. XMAS WRAPPING PAPER Sheet. _._ .A* at your Jewellers Y lie 1.1.HI A A ML III*. COME 10 TOYLAND I WE HAVE . I; •I i TOYS (PlagttC mill Mr.lwiiii.ul) I DOLLS i Ml s./.-i .; TI'DDY BEASS •; : Tlll-CYlll^ > PICTOBI HOOKS ;: i. \MI s \si> ;: BALLOONS. BririK along your Kids and let Ihem choose for ^ :• themselves From Thi Laigi Variety. | A1 ^ I BARBADOS HARDWARE Co. Ltd. f (The House lor Burcains) < 5 16 Bwta Street — Phone 2109. 4406 or 3534 N I '^-.-.• %  • %  %  -.-.--• %  --•-•-%  •-•% %  •••-'• %  -•••-•-••••'••-'-'-•••-'••-'-'-•••-••••'''•*** < v YESTERDAY'S WEATHER REPORT (From Codrington) Kalnlall: Nil Total Rainfall for mouth la date: 6.40 las. lllgheol Temperature; 84.3 "F I"I-M Temperature: 71.5 *E Hind Velorlt): 7 villea per hour. Barometer: •<* a.m.) 2.897 (3 p.m.) ?9.801. him out of the game at th Of tho preuoua season. It was not surprising therefore '.hat Chelsea started off under a cloud. They had a surprUlngly good away win at Blackpool in their ilrst game but than canv a run of live IIHiggeJlll threo of them at horn. With thf • •'turn of Bent ley and Harris the : % %  '." was taaaPorarll) halted But until the g>me at Stoke a fortnight -no Chclscn had not |,|,ie fSthtnl a point in thrM mat nri AmistroiiK the tw. 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IIIVf>lHV NOVKMBF.B :. ISM BABBADOS AD\i I'M, I rilBEF. -J^^i y "^um^^ Labour Cause Needs Help "Age Grouping Rotten 9 -~Says WARtf ~~%  % .,. \ LI I i a>gftm |[ Eveivbody (hat sal in the failure but had to do it because that they offended Ihe labourer*. of Assembly when the people were promised thai But utill the Government MM Jlltt.000 were voted to send Barthey would be sent out whenever telling the peasants to pool then ...n emigrants to the U.S.A. emigration was possible. An m together. i I BOUBMI told UN kTl " w thal ,he scheme would be %  mold pfftfW 10 ( balky Mount St %  failure and knew that he was from Mexico and Jamaica because thai tb labour doing wrong, Mr. 1E. Ward said these place* were nearer to her It a political inert inn held by (h< the labour cheaper. assistance and it is for them the Electors* Association at PIP CornThe Government should have worker* || assistance cr on Monday night in the suptaken Mr. Crawford's advice and HI DecemV-i.'Matures of Mr. spent the money on building I and giving their MJpport to 3. A. Wateolt and himself. roads whtafc would Rive thi Mr. Ward said thai the Labour people employment for MM mm i T !" B ur e *•" i-^kitig at the Tarty was not giving the people Added • this. Barbados — unlike Labour F' ,,i meeting: all the amenities thai they were Jamatea — was not properlv which was held in support of her talking about. represented m America and was laturr for o seal in the None of the people knew : Ullage of. Hal part. ti would get DMt Mt that a permanent represent.mp| b ^ ^'P"? taUve off the parish at the forthyear, but they knew that "< %  %  "~ -a—" —.< •* !" — — owners, the Colonial Govern ga On raie 5 Riot Damage 1X>NI>UN In the Mou-.,* <.f QM HawMBjgan 21. Mr. Thomas. Rood %  i H the Colunu %  *hat was the v.iluc of iLim;.. I'l.'lll 'hits I" I I I Gaol flreol iaV of the Inter* i %  lowiaat yeab BO bn-ek Gangsters escaped %  i gang .tressed M armeit,wtth machine guns. •' Then going up and that the price Although tha loud BpeaUni mam was going up. Nobody was posal to send Barbadians to the us refused to work there coming to them and tailing them hinterland of British Honduras. i the Evans proout .illU various t\ Among those arha addressed the electorate were Mr. F. L. Walcott Mr. Jome* A. Tudor, and Mr O. H. Adams. and the British taxpayer, respeeMr. Oliver I.i Helta*, llw Colo%  D.nu.i ;. %  GrenaJa strike is now estimated at abo'.i uld not be safislncurrod — %  %  *** h Honduras — m .-^ .. —... — ... .^ U ... B M —.... rillliriMMu in (I 111(11 llVIHtUHi „ _I1_J renTauIeT to* taa^^hc hal **** ""'"** **' **'**" *'*** hl ? Uk U U "' ** bcc-uw ^ — The labour people in Eng tried a Labour CMVortunanl and Ihe result was that England was liankiupt. Tha Labour Govern ment in England had the people starving as the Labour Ootnn ment of Barbados will surely do. The West Indies were getting rf ,„„ hl ^, ^ f Uv b t ne Sif -T ,Z f n fif ^ U8ar ,Qday *new that th.v could do lot t" because the British Government curt „ ^ ^.^ v wanted the West Indies to pro,„.„ w „ uUi liu M , ltshl „ n t^ W -^ 1 *, ^ ; f0^ J ,h ^ L nV ,hi "' %  'hev got DOW he said. "Tout and God's rain _,__ n h.Istna ahititv SEA WE'LL paw ae s Pavnl \l\.ls |iv S W I \ o-. WIIMIU AII\ Art^lPt„Hm TSnrMn %  From THUCfDAD K T Mum], %  Goodtnuin. J. "eiwi. H Appi".hit<>. N '-a. M Dalnh. li -. Clnrhr. ( O Sort. It IV I. From WH Hi %  %  %  %  IT Phdptw n rt VDfCDrT tVlwln join Harold Ksm*u.. Wllbvrt Wlli. rran i-IW P>om I'l i .. I Dowen. 0—m A-.h worth. M-ii-i %  arta, MhiMi %  HirtHIlM* Ml RWI. ON M0HBA1 ii %  i %  [i. %  i •-. Shu.-m I'M TRINIDAD Aithi.r D lav*. Arthur .... !• %  •. B tti :• Urn -i >.ii wnrl J.'.0 M*mn Waakburo. %  r<>i ST %  t t SVir MAKTlNigt t Skxni..." -J nun a..4 C..i Lai 'fO-Jrwn li Urvnaii. L.i.ir.1 Mntnn riar gUftlll getting back pay: not Ward or in. Labour Party or anybody else. JO Ch-rTsms The Labour Party was diabotMtf %  hen they said that they got back pay for the workci "If you %  ~.vl will see that there is not much difference between ours and the Labour Party's," he s-id. Do think that Barbados with its %  ft] i rfttftl and ruJve*'to"curdown forested *f.000 An accU rale saniant kill snakes before thev could find te % 'mp*iMr since the \ living conditions claims ivlate to Urlhftl .OS* Coming to Ihe cost of l.vmg. he -lles^i to lUVft Ix-er. stolen No was not savinK that the Birbados l !" 1 \ lhr * T".?^" Cnvemment was responsible for *he culpnU or the LnlUxl Kingdom taxpayer. A claun by tinln> d flgrteollural association for compensation amniinliog to C4V436 Ift : uninsured or inuruur.iH IT currad iy prtvaM ownera is now being considered by the Oreoada Go\'enunent. The Grenada OftVTIunftnt will BJM meet the cost of pspalrinj| or %  fplftellMj Government prop-r^^ %  i p / > OtBASS) ( Ot /i/r.iV not \/>/; t\ CAOtO i w-N A I n apokmaa said M injuries when %  Uftftkftd by .i 1 Bftnapeh ift aha antial trao %  C i %  nlstaken for .. I —V.P. TORNADO .7^— -y\ •. you thing that Barbados with its „, ",, economy can do what the Labour iTi!"!: trolled in FTigland but as soon the Rnglish exporter was tending out InKi-ods. there was nw conti %  .! I! | .'• %  f It th.,t T dele K'tson shotH.i be sent up to the .'„, !" '.„w Secretary of Slate for the Cotonkos and make demands just as BMtflrn.ante did. Mr. Ward said that the Welfare an v m,t ne and promise to you? "Barhndos Is too small; it primarily produces children and tiv sugar and its economy fll these promucs.'' factory owner, was getting fl per lOD EpM for his sugar factory while the labourer was only gelhiiting ICV-. He never had to pay back CUD cent while the labourers had to pay bftCh tVftry oatrt that Spa*king on LUngration. Mr. they got from the Labour WelWard said that the Barbados Govfare Fund. His party felt that the eminent voted $102,000 the last labourers should be given up to session to send emigrants tn one third of what they borrow Everybody in the Mr. Smith recommended in the ; House of Assembly at the time House thai the Government should Joseph knew that he mi doing wrong bring in u*ftCtorl to ttftlp I send mem to America. Every unit. The Government could not bodj knev that u would be a do hag wen afraid BR1SI %  A freak tornado near Brisbane \. f( into the Vi and (fropped on) v.trdf a u %  '%  rftUafd lion,. pevM 'Ih .. M %  w hirUd a barn aod a noo-g.iiiini uusi Into kbo ..Mil pnekeu fenca poati %  LI rnlaaftrj bj 13 people. FERGUSON FABRICS : I n DwuntMfaad fast tatouu %  w§mmz&S£% In Touch With Barbados CoatUl Station C.lilr %  .i Wk ;... ,, hl|M %  Plaillpr. %  %  Suo.1 Waur. flt.ii*(i Rnal* I I I. Iwbrl. I I, Dttn.Ti.rk I A.. I.. f. i %  -.. %  T. Irr-iHi BMr. %  a, Aslo*. II ....... %  HOW. • • AU-oii i • Aagie %  Hump". 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I'M. I I III R BABBADOS ADVOCATE '\II.M~I>\\ MIVKMBEB . 1931 BARBADOSjfe^i.AOVtgffE Pria,*, .> ih> UnM r< ltd %  %  < H fci'-'' u,,I..,.,).,,. Navembat :s. 1:>I M.YI'I IN days M/Mn more Urwl ol ;irmed n 1-, \. to setin BriM in a throw bach to the nays <>f Jtngotmn The imn-Hntish peoples of ihc world accustomed to the enormous might and power of mi | which no sun sets have cither disinterested in Gnat Bnt.un's futllre AS %  world power or actively hostile. 'It I yet jjrown to Russian imperialism and, indori i ,M with Western >'ii racy, they fondly imagine that a world in which British lH?n eliminated peace would triumph. Those who know Grot) Britain and other countries of the British Commonwealth where the British way ol life has been successfully grafted into fttbef continents know bow stupid these impressions are. They know that Greaj Britain's continual i Greal power is essential to the peace d which we all desire. But the world is not principally inhabited b\ lovers ol the British way of life, and little skill or imagination to i tura of "perfidious Albion" or Of a British lion rampant seeking what people it can devour. : to tins picture of en agitreasiva nation seeking political domination and world influence is the economic argument. This |M. mts to Malayan rubber and tin Mar earner for the slerGreal Britain Of exploiting otter countries Tha prop dists have done their work well. And they have had a major success in Egypt. The silent demonstration o[ marching thousands in Cairo and Alexandria this month has caused many to reflect that the Egyptians really want the British out of Egypt Workers in British camps hove gone away except for a small number from jobs which were relatively highly paid by tian standards. The question of Britain's presence in Egypt touches Egyptian honour. Yet Britain') presence in the Canal Zone is still cons i dered vital to the defence of the free WOl Id Mutl Britain bow to the storm and try to find an alternative military hase ? Which will be the lesser evil, Egyptian repudiation of a valid treaty or the use ol British military force against a civilian population In a country whose very indejx-ndence is safeguarded by the presence of British troops there? Supposing an alternative base were found, would the United States be prepared to pay a large part of the cost of removal ? The future of Egypt la not a subject for comforting speculation. Only those who have become indoctrinated with the active virus <1 anii-Biitish hatred can approve of the vvr> real difficulties which confront the United Kingdom in this regard. i M;>III.<>Y>II;\T THE visit of Sir George Seel's Labour Adviser to Jamaica last week i* a reminder of the West Indies' unemployment problem. That problem in its most acute form exists in Jamaica. During the last great war Jamaica made Its i'wn arrangements with the United States lor sending seasonal labour to that country. This policy was adopted by other British Caribbean territories and ended in a certain jockeying for quotas which annoyed the American employers and exacei beted Inter-Caribbean Jealously a. In July 1951. a Regional Labour Board formed to m laonsj labour requirements with the United States on a representative buius. Members of the Board are drawn from all participating British Caribbean territories. The Board hn^ ten is Kingston and a staff in Washing11 n of between twentyfive and thirty people The Washington stair negotiates with employers and prepare, contracts for each worker and provides liaison officers to visit the men at work. Representatives "i the United Stati "t deration will be present :n Kingston during the Board nice!: | ens n Saturday. The machinery for providing temporary outlets for unemployed West India: well oiled. But only Jamaica gets the benefit of the employers" contract to pay ftgtg back to Jamaica or its equivalent. Islands like Barbados ought to be thinking hard in an effort to stop the subsidisation of privileged workers to the United States at the expense of local capital works and of providing employment for those left behind. The American employers arc quite willing to recruit Jamaicans only and every* knows that Jamaican needs are greater than our: but Barbados has need and a sound "seasonal emigration" policy is badly needed. These make my HEADLINE today Bernard Wicksteed learns the rules of the Parliamentary pastime of Pate-spotting below, and if they weren't proficient in their headtnp recognition %  know a l %  ii.it I PR0P06I Maj U eawUBI baldness among rru.j .... Hal whatever the lyilrm .n,uluyed. the watchdog* ol the Press. I know it sound* an irreverent approach to pulttu*. but at you looking down like gargoyles from will understand shortly h ban an Important l*anng on the managethe gallery, kr.ow them all. ju-l ..men! and 'iv. and is therefore a legitimate topic they know that Mr. Speaker's wig for discussion. has %  patch like half a crown You I.' the top* of their heads that parliamenttop, and that the roof of his ornate nry reporter-, in th< Prat* Gallery Identify the ppsskSia OB 'he floor chair Is covered with lino. The Press Gallery overhangs the Chamber like the dress circle in %  thuttre. so %  member who speaks from one of the back benchei not seen at all by the reporters immediately above him. He has to be identified by sound not sight. line reporter was telling BM that '"' years he has .*e* Ma voice, but has ad what he looks Now that the voice hat ved lo the other side of House and become a face blessed If he can pick out 1 Dubik life when I went to the gallery this week la have a look at the m* House, and noticed thai now they've chunked aides, UK.' fielders nt cncki' Afferent Qallery View >allv l.\prrss. SUrwl..r.l R EADERS nf the I Ivrnliu I SfsssjasSa MARVEL T THE VARIOUS TRICKS WITH SO FEW HAIRS I WIMIU SUniljr.l. i --^w 'jfN vflT like %  rlf JMIHII mid m. s. ,i, f*~ J *\ (' S\ /" "-> I from men sitting perched in L ^J irtt 7 -* i' A. / ***>^"'VaH h '" for six years thev have iden7^^. ••* nlm i: m Mi liookshaiik. Ort atal minaret surmounting Mr Dalton. and the twin peaks (fore and aft) of Hocoa B D \\ i Maxwell Fyfc The Tories have a clear minority %  nan meat the .. %  % %  f.., .. .. .i below by tiv shapes of tat %  hi id and tha ..! % %  >, fares. Now that the parties have %  %  ve 11... I tn %  l.irt all over asain. It Is the SoelsUati they study with I critical barberV cye view, and the Tories they look lii the f.i' < For reporters sitting on the 00" I da of the gallery it la naturally vice-versa. Contrasts M where the Impa ii.iMm %  enten into i*>iibcrnuse bald heads n... % ..' %  easy recognition No reporter could ever confuse the two pairs r the pas, and the p.i,n. Pre!" *SJ No Notes TltlCTI.Y speaking, it 1: 1 forbidden to report the speechmade in Parliament, you know. The ban on publication, dating The Tones have a clear majority b Ih -, f ..„ B ip. |„., B1 ..,, Kmii or polls in the evening. At the _. .,._„,,. ,„ ,„„,,.,„„„. ., U.K. WANTS MORE SUGAR, TIMBER, COTTON LONPON. First practical plan to enable the Colonial Empire to play its part in easing Britain's momic position has been placed before the British Cabinet by Mr Oliver Lyttelton, the Colonial Secretary. It envisages increased production ol Colmal commodities to add to Britain's supply >f raw materials. Materials are needed not only for Britain's rearmament drive, but also f i a renewed housing programme and for export goods. Three commodities that are wanted in 1'ieater quantities from the West Indies— >ugar. Sea Island cotton and British Guiana limber—are specifically mentioned in Mr. I yttelton's plan. Full details of the means to icrease production, however, have not yet been worked out, but a full investigation has beail started by the C.lonul Office into the Legibilities of improving Colonial output. It is expected that the scope of the sugar talks now going on in London will be broadened to cover Mr. 1,yttelton's proposals. Increased sugar production in the West Indies. Fiji and Mauritius is largely a matter of financial and political arrangement and if Mr. Lyttelton wants to stimulate production, he must offer the Colonial producers the protection they demand of better prices and guaranteed markets FOR FINEST CHRISTMAS CARDS or ixM first the Government had 13 bald l MX fur the Opiiosition, and at the second the gap had H (oc the Tories to II ,ii' imprisonment Call and Select Early from IDV4M \II SIVIIOMIIV JVOTMCE From 1st December. 1951 our HAKDWARt and LUMBER DKPARTMiCNTS v. ill be closed for breakfast from 11 a.m. to 12 noon except on Saturdays when we will be open from H a.m. lo 12 noon. Will all customers please note. • WILKINSON & HAVNES CO., LTD., — Successors to — C. S. PITCHER &. CO. LTD. Phuiu-,: 44i:i, 4687. 4472 T IIS til I The Spread NS % %  in irlj I'M.paneltj tha Teen i The first reporters had to remember not only faces and tops of heads, they had lo memorise the speeches as well, for they weren't allowed to nuke notes. Dr, Johnson used to employ "meni(>i> man" in tell him what wan said and then writ.' up his reports of Parliament ncthods of One On then thinly disguised bald beads from that. with which in.-itIJntcr must keep rs II* • eonsta.nl> fUDtiClty hanging as members try out new %  amouflage D Y the lime Dickens became a D parliamentary reporter noteIs at the varteD at taking was allowed, but In the % there are of spreading a Commoni he had to wrile on bj| brSa3 legislator, favour the aideways "i"*^ 1 !^ 1 !" St"!*;? i" 11 i .,.„! .. ., •!„.. th ton and >-^" u %  %  "• %  %  aft prn And opposite, thr Under of Ihf N* poHUw and the Press arc Opposition peaka from beneath ., Some boldly concentrate what so interwoven that parliamentary perfect doUrhocephallc oi longhall li left in a single defiant Government as we know it in this he.dcd pati like t brnwn egg lying streak, and others devote goodness country woulrt not work without known how much care lo impartpublicity—ami the accurate idenIquallT distinct is the broad, ing %  curl In tha strands that surtlflcation of speakers b> th.i bare plain that tops thr new leadviv. liers. for Instance. Thrre. on the Government front bench, the voice of Mr. Churchill dome, tinged with pink like St Pauls Cathedral at MB what anthropologists would head. hyeephalk n 1.1 .inlled SUte. I>efence SrcreWlMi Ury Robert l...rti ha> arrived KII i an Pranee to inspect mil I Ury InItussia atal Unions. What sUte of preCertain paredneas will he find*' A Brlllkh paaCC i How S %  -iig %  IK i: S ARMY? Its Hgeli ffllallia3 SUl 4.111 Vltlft U A 111 'Eled that we ahead with the task. NOT YET There has been a fretl C nen gh tn broad policy. The general plan alter I he wai was In build up a manpower army which would hold some form uf lineai defsnoa he event of attack bj the a European Army of this The armoured division must use I shall be able to talk to |U mobility to attack the enemy from s.renglh i the most when he l 1 weak and avoid lightmethod ot obtaining ing streng.h. To judge from my own On the other hand, the Inexpert on armoured warfare gives discussions wltli the Russian! fantry division is a slower movUtr answer toward*, the end of the war I do ing and harder-hitting formation %  si nud visit to l1 "' believe they will ever dare It needs heavy tanks both for deFrance in order to tea for myself ' advance again.t us m Europe fence and attack In position warhow the biropean Army plan•"" " %  * %  of ,hc ktnd '"' %  are getting on now ,lom 8 created it is now accep H |00d talking about thr We have not go! it yet lot that must have heavy and .„.,,.,„,. ., ... w, w ,. „.,,,. | .. eleai Brttab ha. fous dh %  tanks ft ins two roiea and that turn iho ulk into armed men | "OS in Germany with the hope a dual-purpoae Unk la noiwen-e. nut fuigeiitng the atom bomb ,,f another division l>eing available it was never anything else. and the fcl itrpWMI BOt* ftsvi '•'•* %  Thf United State* Is due to The Germans worked hard to their function But nattbei alters " *ix divisions In Germany by develop the technique for this the need for a Western A.m.. 1h | <•' 9 f l rrame alms to form of mobile warfare over a„ report thai Oeneral Baenhvc 10 dwuuins ready by the period of two yean before ihc hewOf -s netting on with the mb cr "' of l951 rhf Benelux counwar, and with fully equipped arof creating the Western Army. "' should provide another five moured divisions, it is a deep He haa succeeded in obtain ing the or six divisions study and takes considerable complete confidence ..t every one lime. Thus they were ready when %  Vaver-Trts ~SH JSgy^., 10 or 50 d'vls'ons which we need p rppare ti 1P technique which we cannot possibly be Jllled without nc0fl l0 -day for this form of warI quota from Germany. The fare havc b^.,, pfps ways in which the German share wv eral years that we should do of the European Army is to be M( hut w | thoul auccw,. built up have not yet been set_ — tied In detail nut the necessity TAtflKI V. YV* tor it has beer, scceptad. l.-/UiVL*Ei Irn^i What must we now do o as to u ^ argued that as we would not have the troops availabl carry out this role for some time we need no: at present concern More recently counter propoI •IIEJ l/\lll\d ourselves with the technique sals were made that the Western which would be needed. This nations should build up forces First we mu#t realise the great quite wrong. A long period passed ,'imsi.intg of infantry and ardifference between armoured and before we accepted the necessity moured divisions in about equal Innntrj divisions. The former to use this modern type of Strength If Ing Russians advanrmust be highly mobile. They Let us hope that we will not rut us the former would mUSI be able lo move rapidly repeal this long delay before from which Ihs round the enemy forces and redevelop the technique for these latin would launeA theli attacks main thenf.n • ..petitions. in co-OVentlOn wltil •• Strong tune I'-ii' ticni .MI.the war there has been I .t;..,i i, (oree, These propoaau did tanUy In the early a dearth of ofheers with real i ,,, now ., iipted. atages of the w.ir ami gained nerteace in armoured warfare ih.ie is a general hope Ih.. the d* K ihe higher posts on the General • nations will be able to Our armoured divisions must Staff and as commanders. This I perhaps 50 divisnot be given heavy weapOM such should be re-tifled, for it has been ring the next hvn v..n .bSOVj Unks. which increase the cause of these delays. %  %  ; of tlieni will be their admlnistiat.ve tail and (World Copyright Reserved) armoured divisions, therefore reduce their mobility —UE.S. much lamer RUSMI.II l.„... Tin' %  0* t.^'V'n Arm, ready would have had little chance ol In '<> •" """' THE TANKS sm-ce-s. BY THE WAY .. B> II. a. hrombfr T'MK ottetal reason given for an great railway tngu I i % %  H Irnln up %  bill tin* othei da) wa %  %  %  Ijick of steam! And there la that man at llabingtim "with more itoesn tb.m 1 know what to do with Ha cannot move I It emanates from him like egl* sliell from a grocer's beard St twilight. Doctors My be is suffering from Schnockenspieler's disease of the respiratory glands. There he is. "teaming like one ,ot Wibbsa aeujiaai Iceland geyser The who| lo colic lTit.1 lb t Ihe '.W/.V,W,W.', .**',*-V-V-*,','-',*,%* Plenty of timber is available in the Coloiee, particularly in British Guiana, British Honduras and the African territories. Mr. '• vttelton's advisers are reviewing the labour .id shipping problems that have prevented Sritain making full use uf these valuable resources. Britain's post-war housing shortage has I i-i: caused primarily by lack of raw mateIs. The new Government has set itself a housing target of 300.000 new houses a year and it must find timber and other materials ham somewhere if this target is to be reachThat is one reason why urgent attention IJ being given to the possibility of using Colinial hardwoods in British houses. Hardwood is more expensive and more difficult to work than the softwoods to which British builders are accustomed. The probUm would involve changes in working practices if the fullest possible use is to be made of these potential Colonial supplies. Most of the Colonial cotton which Britain hopes to obtain will come from Uganda, but here is an important contribution to be made by Sea Island cotton, which is needed to manufacture the high-quality good;which Uave made Britain's textile industry so important in the export drive to dollar countries. Other commodities wanted from the Colonies include copper, manganese, vegetable <>iis and petroleum. Each of these has its own production problems, which will have to be straightened out by Colonial Ofltce experts, in consultation with the Colonial Governments. Mr. Lyttelton believes that comparatively minor measures would produce quick results in Colonial production and it is hoped that practical results will become evident early next year. Large-scale projects requiring heavy capital investments, such as the East African groundnuts scheme, will be avoided. Mr. Lyttelton is an expert on securing supplies of raw materials and when his appointment as Colonial Secretary was announced a lew weeks ago, political observers in London predicted that the new Government envisaged a vast drive for more commodities from Ihe Colonies.— B.U.P. WHEELS AND CASTORS CASTORS WITH MMKF.TS P*r Stt of Four. Chromium Plated 2" Plastic $1.46 Chromium Plnted 3" Plastic $1.M Furniture Castors IH" Bakellte SI.H Ball lir.iiinu 1">" Bakelite St.1* Nickel Plated I'a" Rubber KM WIIKELS 7" x lVs" Cushion Tyred Swivel Castor.. 10" x 2" Roller RcoriiiK Industrial Type Rubber Tyred " x IV' Hospital Type Uf x 3" Heavy Duly Truck I .nil S6.62 SI 0.07 J10.ll DA COSTA & CO., LTD Dial 4689 DINNER JACKETS FABRICS.... Fine Tropical & Linen STYLES Single & Double Breasted COLOURS... Cream & White And 3-Piece Tuxedo Suits With all Accessories i-stuff Java, and tha money earned will t ram it t'ito tneia feeMr anabat ua to buy some J*p SUET. ISQ, spent yesterduy Bunoombe. Snyothe. Chortlewych Ks drivlni round the atrvets to rmd Bottle Did). The Ma^or of oiMtTVf wrllln .specu of the Klppenrinlairr made ..n appeal, irafflc pmblem. Al ihe corner of and those living neai the line Mallock-road the following diaraught the Mv..„, fi,.,„ their tea| oguc too k place betwwn Suet and kettles and pushed It through old (in (> m c a ) bits of piping which they con-why can( th*y send them Urge disused roxmd jruus^ of gtralght on' "Hound What Mr. Suet" "' "That's not the point. Do they come this way. too?" "Yes. if they are going away nil. ... iit 7't„ ,•„.„_., fro '" ,h e opposite direction." If the firemen weren't Ml up "" '/ '"' t '" ur "Then, if they wont round, those trees coaxing cats, there might be November 15, ISSt : A bonus going In both directions "would a devilish deal of honing ere lump (j Inch by 1 inch) of Grade ovoid mch other." nightfall Boyi pasting the CloudV| coal is lo be given, ISX-tree, .. -rioth dircctlona, Mr Suet enveloped house i\.ke roghorn any hoiiieholder who returns hi* "1 mean going backward and %  >f 1 ewt. of coal for\v ^ to the'traffic %  this Cadi/ harbour inerchant The tonnage as a whole, not to ench vehicle, iily of our tlM bo exported to "Oh." with ,t Hmicomb* Station. Each .. , i j i itei II ail Duinviiiua OUIIVII. IXIVII ^^ iS e H p .j, hS fai n •" %  %  hei MseM fn,m %  when he cratche his enr. Sleaii iouni from every wmriow cistern, which %  -iiect. the leas! one HAPPY BEES DON'T STING WHEN his doctor ordered an open-air life 36 years ago, Mr. Frederick Claridge, of Copford, near Colchester, bought two colonies of bees. Within two years, after being stung a great many times, he decided to rear "docile but vigorous and hardy" queen bees. It took him 15 years to produce the strain he wanted — British-bred pure Italians, n ited for their gentleness. Now he has 75 colonies off the main London road. Every year hundreds of bees are sent through the post in small narrow cages to all parts of the world Rarely does Mr. Calridge use a veil or "smoker" to control his bees. A puff of smoke from a cigarette is enough. "Under certain conditions." he said to-day.' "you can pick them up in handfuls without! being stung. They are really too disciplined, and do not look after themselves enough." Mr. Claridge's worrying time is when other swarms trespass and occasionally mate' with his queens. That upsets the strain. "It is one of the banes of my life." he said. But his queens cannot escape. Their I wings are clipped. —L.E R. CMEBSB Can Red Cheese Dutch Head Danish | Kidneys Kabhlt*. G0DDARDS FOR THESE IISH Silnion sle ii .hi,,, i. V Kippers Pilchards Ssrdinrs Si>K1i,\LS I'roceiiaed Peas. 30 os 3ftc per Un Fish Paste—6 cents per tin. Orange Jain—48c per tin Sirs* berry Jam 94c per tin Fruit Salad—Dried 15c per Pkr //#s/f



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NnwcaoAi v.vr.MBrt . IKI IHKBXIKX ADVOCATE PACE FIVE THORNHILL SENTENCED TO HANG For Murder Lorry Driver Of I %  %  Tosecu i ,-turned %  EWAKT OWEN THORNHILL, a bus driver of the Ivy ^ ght r or " Land, was yesterday sentenced to be handed by The Hon. Murder. *"* said ai the i_n< The Chief .lud^e. Sir Allan Cullymore, after a jury fnund lawful killing of ii per*.n wltl him tfuiliv of murdering 39-year-old Leroy Worrell, a malice aforethi-.. lony uwner of Bank Hall, on August 6. The jury were figHg^ "^" an hour and a half deliberating. As the foreman pronounced the verdict—guilty, Thornhill's cheit began to heave as he breathed heavily. and his eyes were red He was asked whether he had anything to say. but he did not reply Thornhill was represented by ~" Mr. Lorenzo Williams who told the jury that the caw was one of criminal negligence and not a'cate of murder. Mr. W W. Reece. K.C.. Solicitor General, prosecuted for the crown. Hundred* of people were outside the Courtyard waiting to hear the verdict and possibly paa the police vin lax.Th.—fuli _*ofc The poll..towajMT, took the Pit* Ml %  • v, .. i.l U ixU-rs 1( .... Abcut Hi hi Minute* after the verdict was given. riaaHMtor who had lell Ui raurt and reached the Junction of Pinfold and Roebuck su-erU. lay. rolled In the read and urpl. *_yin_ "Oh; oh? Owen U gone, fat gone, U gon '" On in.irM daj of hagilng. the Prosecution railed 17 .iddressed the jury for 35 minutes. Mi Raw for nearly an hour and than the Chief Justice BUIlUMll up. Return Trip The Prosecution's case was thai a_ club of the Girls' Industrial Union had an excursion at St I.ucy on August 6. Thornhill was driving one of the buses which took the people and Woricll was driving his lorry, ffben ihvehidr. wore returning, WorraU and Thornhill w> i i HK) trying t overt ike e.\ u ThriM'llilnCtarac Na, n Rex v Simeon Springrr No. 21 Re* v* Rrrtr 1 in Hard and tironce Bulls. Friday No. 4 Rex vs F.lberl Brown No. IB Rex v* Oliver MilliiiKion and Bertram Hard Driving; vtiui Intent ii Tha • %  SrOMld bt ItlU |ullt) M %  slaughlci : Ins with a wan %  ill liei %  ; ; 1>\ iMlN.lr: lish ..united aJaaa ir, tj umn raaal lal.| inc. "Adv*e_.< roototvsaj lh-1 lie heard our axploolaa al 7.41 o't-i. k rcatoraai m*nlag. Explu-ton-s coilnHctl during lite da> and l_N I anotsier at 1.39. ii i> agd tsaaan _r_M>*"M doing ihe actual _vn_rml.ii; bin a ^r>nio -I -o. ul a dnie* roouat !->•. m mi rs_a* k UM mi .tier rarh • %  SJSBBBHM l" I "He I I'll -um ncd li*h. l %  in the i %  each other. opened his uonkmlV al When they eventually reach:-.! .ind at another tab town. Worrell started a row with from the bus. though, he did not Thornhill and at MM time Thornrae them. hill pulled out a penknife and at George Brewster had I another hail two stones In his "hat he did not know Wbothei hand, but he never used either Th.nnhiil had intended taking One witness told the Court he those who were m the bus nen heard Thornhill tell Worrell. "You home or in the bug stand are out for trouble and i! you do "But the fact remains," he said, not leave me I will do sorm-lhinit "'hat he had gone to Belrnom to you this same night Corner when tic turned back Ho left after the row. drove to You hnvrseen ;' %  p|g iwln defer* %  %  %  v, %  B %  that then%  nature thai ascould exp There • %  W.in.-II that bC had been loOfc''I 111 '"'"!! ing for trouble and if he did not v •'•" %  leave In.n he WDUld hOTO BJSg it hl11 that same night and because of £d a p an a n hTa W that ihe jury would know whal "* hu<1 stones, but I strength to attach to Ii. e Ji hcr r ^ He raminded teie jury thai it Tfl was for the Prosecution to Thornhill ru> their ense beyond a reas'ar aa ] MM onabst doubt If thev felt that relumed and could %  %  WOrrtll wai killed neeidentjdlv m the Qtieci.' P or had any doubts ns to Thorn'i>'"icii to g> to ih.bus rtla'i inn %  i bay should w, n I return ;> verdict of not RUllti "t enMrerjr roi marri imiT.I Thj Worrell n i hi %  <• I'lnkiiiic Opeieil Hrueh with Ihe Mr, Rasjca f^i tha Pro hat there was no doubt that htH'i intention fron II started the row. Thorn them of he reminded them. had Mi tUgfM ,, nhad Christmas Footl Will Cost MtHt> Queen e: Housr (ii'ls Hepaireil And Painted Park \\* l>c.'i. i i %  cr 11-pairs uring carried | I || NsOUld look quite Ihe Arnual Indus%  traa are h>uu d and guar.i sral % %  witlls hA\r also been bin I u %  %  %  idJvo iM I ill i-c •i \hc near future. -i %  %  and < %  tones "ursion rated for an hour and %  half btfi PoKtSe ltui-i-;tu The InfonnaUon Bureau al the %  1 .. -,..,,-...,,. and you %  ••" raca4vlng ..%  the corner at Helmont and Martin' %  '" al* yOUraaU if be could BO) "'""K ihe last month H dalt'l roads, turned ..round the bus hve turned by golriK M-> the ^'"" %  r "petiod. and drove back down Constitution Queen. Park g>t if he really £he ""' %  " i" where the row had been carrWd intended to go to the bus stand" !" ;'' "f! en. Tha bus nrarvad whan It got ••".r tn. % %  near to the place where Worrell '" * light of the facts, Thornhill ''"' %  > > P '" %  was standing at the side of th,,i,, ,,ot neliber.,:. ^ %  %  "< lorrv Itnick the Jrv • ml -"'.rHe and go and ,tnke W.T.CII %  boul tha price, ot utaTrtltad **y came to that deci-i. then their verdict had to be one vl'^"* an ^ .*** Hinder as II did noi matter o""' 1 "!""i Hie what kind of weapon was used t<> '"''5 "' T, ce f, d3 a killing. T '* e vil,,k •" eha.ge .if Hull had been suggested, he said, '"' pi <;<"!that there might have been a de. g*£j %  %  Wad bj Polleefect about Ihe bus, and. realising" wo 'na Clarke il Thornhill had tried to put right _______^_ and during that time uld not have been n the proper enrr which was normally required But. Mr. FarA case brought by ti %  num. the bus inspector, had exchargini Eric Bu nmlncd the hus and had told Road! St Iflchaal with bu '%  lem thai he had found nothing a bailee of $8 belonging 1 i vrong with It, N Nympnlh.v ^Jnfflth. Acting Pol Summing Up, The Chief Judge]*> f "' %  %  '' Worrell was killed. Addressing the Jury. Mr WilIaims told them that II was agreed that when the vehicles were returning, the drivers were %  y aadl n i He sild it was perhaps fortunate that they had had thitype of witnesses they had had. 'KJ^OS Iwo civil servants and two teachers ,n besides others. Their itortM wara all much the same. Changed Gear "When George Brewster told you that Thornhill changed geat just when the bus swerved and went in the direction of Worrell and the lorry." he said, "he was trying lo get the Idea m your Case Dismissal r.inds that there was some wicked U, M the jury that when th. { intention in the changing of the * deliberate, they would put out } gear, but there is nothing to invite J 'heir minds all considerations you to believe that there was such an intention. "Brewster himself is no dri _nd would not know what a driver would have to do at various points. You all have seen the scene and know that there is an incline Just there and It was quite reasonable for the driver to change Df sympathy for th ACCIDENT heard outside" In the e-unour amlHSg' ,"" una excitement when people had baenl£ ou ' '" expressing opinions. wheHierl !" a *" v favourable to the one partv or to StrauRhn of He Kk i Ihe other. Jflirhael He said that If in the course of A Pollca IOM V look Hi his remarks to them he expressed the Gencr t] H %  i any opinion on the facts thc> would reulise that they were then DUW ** _J ,or r, r!i M ^' ""'• '"'*"! own ludCN .( ;fte facts and ii was FINED 40', '^"_' J no t '.?..." _SS_?S W S t !" tfim to too_o ny ilnioni rintu -IU ha m ra—d if they dlMgretd Mr. O. B. Qrjntl with them. So far as the law was Magistrate of District I, they had to take the day fined I i from him. Station Hill. 81 HI Now. m this case." he said, "it be paid in i has been pointed out by counsel one month's IRUJ the duty of the Prosecuusing indecent l_nfUUI stabllsh the guilt of Ihe bin Btraet IKT 26. He said he was putting up a defence of criminal negligence. There was nothing to suggest the wilful killing of Worrell. Tho buses and lorries had gone on lion, not to a Sunday Setparty, and it was reasonable to expect that would be high spirits. When Ihe people saw Thornhill ._ swerve when driving back from | aw Belni on t Road they were lust surpused and scampered i Only one witness had said t h a t it i, that he heard Thornhill tell llon lo • • it_usr %  I I %  %  i' II > likelihood %  It,,--. V I Which "ll be %  t will be pricelha Mini%  mid tha %  %  A shipment of i %  i'.\ In* sold M \ buttei I n with the pricei of whlel : .iiiei due prolong t thero %  %  i %  %  ginini II. ..-. i II nf 'link lo ..'111 Vlvlallt) ..r < I I, ,n pro%  rrtvt ID %  %  • %  %  go ul Kaape foi the ho The lui re RLUd %  .ii,' ror ./ UM worfclni %  %  %  i bra the big I immure I'.li-li %  %  %  Mirr that wlien tha big I %  % %  %  %  %  I! the crowd. A%  %  %  %  I will b gatttng • reo^ufaruinnui b* n cleaned the holi%  %  The** ,,:kmg fai I order tu meet %  Print t v ss Alitvlirass EMng Clfurt'tl I i nen with hoes wer. clearing away some of Ihe long \ Pla>mg PMd yeaterda) This I i a grown urataktr at th uyui| \dv*cle Hi.i' h %  %  4 motoi -much lithe hand i>Un.,l bj i,. Of the grass, are kept in the pavilion %  cgi: irb and lawn -: eourl Olirislnias \ ciultns [nvode <;il\ tN.lilh-ul \| t iin_ # rreaa page S %  %  %  I pairing and a 1.1 oi mo Ij mg (town urj Wh; %  1 %  %  \ %  %  %  %  ij baton %  %  feel quite happy with an I 1 knouin. .iris 'lung. Th,bead U ,' am grouiMruj H .ill right but %  %  %  V. of his parti gald tint be felt thai p ago groupuu %  hould bo dona %  is I that Hii: bg tha Lotwui P urt. it was d not law If they | •.ii then %  n waaj fortunate bumpei i I T*Hf .... > • t i %  II %  !' %  .• .Hour %  t irtj wore -a> Ing that tl lM a I rkeil i > %  wan U"t lalltguj iharn tii^t they] i fron %  Lay "SILVER STAR" CONGOLEUM. as a FLOOR COVERING For LASTING BEAUTY on, can I i.n-tn Tin mil boMN i n i,.i |ho ell namlv • %  %  _u k an itao boiruj vendi.r•ilmanacs mid ptctUTOl the road for many now. %  I %  %  iiigt. i Ono nndoi told lha rUh %  • n ibard work walktun trying to MO co %  %  we nuke "iil^ %  ifgsr) intall profit, Manv fei i,. purchase then curd dire-1 from II we would make a good urofl!" Ho howavat Ml lha) It %  I--, upy tha Idle it \IH \( R| \ PIN BTRJPED snnti wUh htsed collar attached. Sizes |4| lo 17 Inv M7.7 I CONSUI-ATeBBLFCOLOl'i: SHIUTS nl. m.l.. n. I collar attached. < • %  i. ,1 iftggVfl loa_gt__, M/e. II I,i 17. I.aili X..| il.ITi;sr:\ ISLAND COTTON SHIMB, • It^mmi-l riillur aitnched in si. \\\ u Hlutf. Gray, ( rciiin 1:1,1, Sit. 17 RADIAI M\i:(:t!\ VHITI DRESS SIIIKIS. a Ufa iMoxepwiiHr BoUUBi UB 1 :H II Sn.-'tJIVrith Sofi CaUar Mtackad, 14 i %  i, %1 ..1 I SILK sCAitvrs in ph.,,i __* and rrhito with self Mripes mi eeronn P ihi ii _rwn M.U.s BOTS'STRIPED PYJAMA SUITS IT li-fciiii Sbai M lo :i. En I. %t.2H CAVE SHEPHERD & CO.. LTD 10, II. 12 & 13 BROAD STREET DIAMOND RINGS no finer gifl from you lo lier Prices Start at $18.00 wociderlul quality & values A. -lour JEWELLERS Y. De LMM A C. I.TW. 20 Broad Street £&+' WMfNAMIAOCOlD.i.ilts rt IBS, nuke MHH noM'mufc _ikl II n k-i Hikk r, id SO EASVI hiHi pin ,| t,„ ,|,. 1( -dupoarhM tnl Thenl.xl ih. ~|..,. ,drop* tl" i" %  rl HM n_ht where Mi, iniuhlc KIOMt AWAY. Vi.k* V Nose Drops give you brooihlngc-nsfcni imtaUon is toothed. tiiiliiH's umnf,. and yout nose "opens tip —and siays,lc,ir lorhnort Mmi. ilvn rrht/l Try II VICKS VATRONOL NOSE DROPS LuMeiOuVV PIS III % in Art Silk and Njlmi I nun lie. In SI. 17 ColoUtl! Pink. IViirh. Il.h,. Itlnc. Wliiliami ltl.„ I. SUPS in Satin. Jrrsry. (rrpr and Nylon rr..m $2.4.1 In $9 K7 < "I VI Tiiik. Prarh. end Whit.-. II411 *IIP* in Nylnn Cohant it S7.67 nk. Mark and Whit.PI J 4X4.% in Snrny g *4.:t ("lours: IVarh. Ivy & Sky Mf.ll I %  Mil NM S III Jersey mul N\lon From $3.13 to $20.00 CotoUtl Pink. Blue and White. HARRISON'S : %  BBiimiTiiriiiiiiiJ. >!uniiiiii>iiiiii^ IT'S HERE AGAIN 11 %  PURINA MILK CHOW 2" A 4-W/ie*i Drive Ttactor A Delivery Wagon A Mobile Power Plant J£$S* r-fln lli.h %  t-|MKii itn ftl-HSpl m-n St ii i P JS-il "< V %  i I.>!• • %  %  • %  Km 1 I'.-r. t-M -B ii;ui lull,/ _n lor % %  • •_• %  m -tricniiiM. i *Mm niul Steal m-mtairt of ma #rtV)o l.ishi IH-I "p %  i_td %  it fs a l HEBMAN A TAYLOR'S GARAGE 1.1 If. •C H. Jason Jones 6 Co.. Ltd.— Distributors % % % % % % % % % % % % % % %  • Ill's I IS livsl lllif MAS Qifts Sets ^Harriet ZHubbard ZRyer 'Canada/ PINR ( I.OVKK COLOONI & TALCUM POWDSI HUM Vsl ( Kl.i: COI.OGNR & T.M.Cl'M I'OHDEK OOLD-N CHANCI PINK i LOVBM SOAP TALCUM POWDEK MOM V Sl( KM: OOLOEN CHANCI SOAP & TALCUM POWDER MM I HE AM SOAP t:t cakes t.i Bo| KNIGHTS DRUG STORES



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PACE SIX BARBADOS A1IVM ATI' V.IDM.MiW SOVEMBEI M. WM CLASSIFIED ADS. TUEWONE 2S0i%  MMMMtflXI pf ; Th* h"i tor II W on waak-<* %  ** 1 *" b *-" -t_.r.. B ''I %  %  %  %  ;i"> vu u and • can" par war* — —•atdiiioual aurd l. !" * FMwcMM M" 8 *D and p m I NaMra. o..l %  !•* 4 P -a %  OIK SAII; AUTOMOTIVE im 11 Thr fuiiar*l %  iS.nsar fl fowl i Btaitavjr oim ehHp. faiublick-up. Apply a C. Martin RJiiItr CO THANKS UmHh— Wr ..niaraiY ina* our In. nS card.. M oi atundad Ihr I v famll. r 1-1....1 IX Mt.MOKIAM %  I Prefect 11 apt MI Bv...ia. Hrlwin.r O*. U>ii' niiM-la all K*Hl He-Id. I*rl %  • % %  • %  I A an CM A.l eo Ilallnv and Tr" Pltcv information D.al Il3 i anod eaod •I* a. to l %  I" %  \ I tp*ti I R iWINDBOHIM1 Modal KI.KCTIt.i Al. I'l I.H SALES' WAMIU SEAL RTATK rU-I. THAT carta,. ... JO fl b iMMWWal II '. aSaaslrig. *ru.. a*4 lha1-H .. -in hilch*-. "id uaual uloaV- %  %  no... Saint 0*bnr, h*> public ro-d T*-ff M a %  %  '* wall IP taa Ironl. aid %  *"> 'NirNr>ktitN*ri**. ;,[. ,„ J. -,,.,. • KintAim HI-.K. Mil 11 %  PAKISTAN OFFERS TO MEDIATE W ANGLO—U.S. DISPUTE prataraMy wHn II M COCOMT nra m Jai tlvtr* I iu r MnajHaahj I *>U1 aril MM • %  a ato, • o* clock, a %  VmcJFtUVTOH On* 'UarlroMS' %  uKuni Balriearaior . Apr %  Kiiich. italtona %  iluLldiriir. Priori* •TO il |l r.l lln %  clap malal. d DT. IT ii.-mi.aa ftai-ial r..#y ft sal harn-li. •avare! Ilia IM. .1 Mod %  H, • %  < alx <—>k> <>l mriml %  irr. 01 three aia vutt Balkarlaa. U >q n pan. ral karka. u >Aw kaila, koal aa* A.J-1-ira and UllW OLklrun.. iMta-ir *rt ptnUaa and on. wiin runpi and lular. 1 r-lam Coalpulllss. ona """*•• wllk glaaa BMaJ pallcr. Ill lil boat pompaaa blnnacl I|I Hal pli-nar on* atral Sh.ll ai xm4l atbar imr.i U>o many to rnanuo I> AJICY A SCOTT. Uovi Auction*-. Ill II Sl-*t I* k C THAIAR PARIS. Nov 27 aources discloMd Turs.nd-pcerku move* for a Kjiu iliatltm ill the Wt*t's lonflul %  rttii EKypt ovat Mld-Eaal defence plpni gn Eg>pl'> ditiMil*' wiinBnlain over treaties and tlv. Suez Canal. The chief initiative reportedly ILK fium Pakistan'' .._ Mini-'ter Sir Zafrull&h Khan who OruacaM | discreetly offered his good offices when the UN. General Ar;bly convened here earlwr this month Zafrulliih Khan if rvliaUy re•enaa of ' %  •' %  • %  •TNOl Tl Ftrt-CATIOHAt. -iIOMU*J (a* v MaM Tai M '.ma S..',act Up *p jpjaajj Oil Ovocrapaiy. bi M-inamattca. Iilki I Mill H PM iDkpraa Apf l^antai •i ata-M.apo t MKo*T c*mncat ported to have had CI :•., n.ta Applv M %  at .rdj wio Dtatincuom mcetinaa with Irak's Premier ttnd D-caml*! KISMTH RF.ID. Cknc Brdia. Tobap M II 51 %  ION PAIMTKP Appo Comnaal *•%  taaj r.. Sn*pna*a m.nrt b^w^p -• im Ilrins aamplaa of work S'uries Said Pasha shortly before to Baghdad la&l wetK and later with Britain'! %  • ii IM nnaftVi Mr St-lwyn Lloyd. —C.P. Putnam's Big Task WASHINGTON. No*/ 27 The ftrst big task tar Ib U.S. new economic stabilizer Roger Lowell Putnam is to contract negotiation* npening today between the steel industry and 1.000.000 CXO. steel workers. Putrturi succeeds to the post of stabilizing wages, salaries and prices on December 1 in piace of %u son who resigned last week to return to the Presidency of the Motion Picture Aooation—I".P. POLITICAL MEETING MIStrXLAXEOUS utlui-al K %  I'ijUVUiNMkNi AOiiu: FL'KXITt'KK MISt 'Ki.l-AM-.OUS AMCHKAN Appuintnu-ni of Warden, Nan*M Home. General il.ismtal invsMd to nmeni .. . i %  .noeiiu of 4B tc I .. ton, qu-.i' I haul tied or. pstdows withoi brances. ahould bava %  i.laid of rducatloi i agaparianria -4 Un u service tif menu. owladga a* domestic du. i.. aril In . i Una in the hould be forward• 'ry. Oeneral Ifoa%  in Jrd Dacaambw on the form la from the Seereltt\' ral Hotpilal 2ft n SI In a..a Pi .pao 9 3* l I* par t :~lfni Draaa Snoppa. af II Si—j Baai Lid UllSl-tfr. AUCTION IIWW'tWIWilliMWIB I K1AJ -IIand with raw • j.rYou %  nag I pars :MI -II .1 I! % %  % %  .. mt -IHllI -(ipi...I. ar.kollk HI. Midacinv Ann ChBlr.. Mahoirany Wain •tend Marbla Top, Iron bad rt aada. paBMad Diaaalni Ublaa. M-dKina .abi>t. ITaaa. Hal Rack with MUror. HDC.I. traPk, kiilvaa, aaoana. waab ati>d.. ladlaa Daak and athar llama TIC HMS CASH II Al111 K Mc KK34ZUC. AiHtianaar. IS. II SI-3n I OK niKXT J\P ntSATl pWV7SfO> SUaTCaWnDi -W (IX LONDON. Nov. 27. Brtthjta newspaix-is *cu divided irairti atarea. Tur d^iy over the loamwii ch-bali : ii si tin. I,, the Japanese treaty and several i %  c>.. '.•.( that Mai braastj asswlal ba vised where it applies to Japan. ovai asai bTtjda —I v ON PAROLE BONN. Nov 27. Major General Kurt Meyer ser< ing i life term in connection wi the World War II slaying of Can. dian troops recently was grarte parole from a war crime.. pns< on "urgent compassionate grounds according To British aUltKnTttaM — V P. I • NOW! Dental Science Reveals PtOOf THAT MUSHING TIETH MOHT AFTW iATIMO IS THE SAFE, EFFECTIVE WAY TO HELP STOP TOOTH DECAY with Colgate Dental Cream 1 l—: I n. ,.P C n KAMOI Lfa ful *"' KubnalUon or aa Xmu Olfla rh.. >n* for y"" cblld and Ih* otnai ..a lor your rricnd Sprcioi i-' haa* p-rmlU tbi* low pner. I-.. PM Modam Draaa aheppa M 11 il aa, tCiYITlAN IXAT1IEK AHTU1.1.* i HB I VANfY arilAW MATK rnr bad.o." .i>vrr' draipn. fl as oacli THANI-S PI Ii i. si ii ii -tr UNDER THK SILVKR I1AMMKR Un Ttturadav XtOi as ordar ol all Ii, %  rli <••• ill wll bar rurnitur %  iWhasM Upil§hl and Ait S..i*board .ill in M.ihaeanv, Olaaa V Wr iM T*a Wifn. n-rral Sri.dc. gpfc aa abnal It poMibti MMtaF r..i >ra vipMir to your "lv. to bull.l rt'h, uura Mm*t. .. mr mini and memory and v i. <> inc. (data In tm --tlon. and b.alr.. t '1 %  i-r> in :i riouri. •imtosa sad aalursl In .f it., -mallpg dlar.yarv. m haa h.n ao B*ast In A mar' ln| illalilbutod by all r %  varaalc* our raonay park A V r-n,th bottl* ol Vi-TaB* ;n..i n.nji if ITALIAN BORDCHEI> :rraar in tniny-four lovaly daaujn li.l.Hr.1 from II SB In 1173 yard up 1 %  M II JI-1. ADIEKHATS—Nrw Laatlaa' h< Tha lalart cr-i.ii <<.ida tSl SSPll %  tn Hrr.. •Uiopp* 2fl II SI li :inirii i' %  i Eirpliajil., ll.iRa.. rPbB many olhrn Sat aach Modam I si. .|.|.. 1I1I.M—3r> IOPPINQ HA*;* A *t'tT CAagrV i — nt THAN1 tXal Mar, Tl 1111t 1 NIMH-n* l*or *v %  %  rilANI IIIUW Dial MSB Vi-Tabai ; i-orei and i IkUCfVprot*. Ml Vi'ald/ m VIEW GUEST iTASTlNC.S r.AHIlADOS Under new rrjuiagcment. ii.niv ind longtanii rates gunted on request i ianDl Ruests welcome. Dinner and Cocktail r < arranged. 1. H. Bl'CKLAND, Proprietor. POLITICAL MEETING IX SI FPORT or MOTTLEY Hilt III) tTTY AT NELSON mm on fliiirMla\ Niglil NOV. MTB .)( U.I K IN. I.NT GRIFFITH C. Ii. LATHI I D. MOT11 I \ nrmm WAI 0OT1 ^: '. M %  HMTA > ,. i >.l Sni |. ..... Hft.flv.nf .1 M (K. Tur.lv Sh.i PERSONAL Ollll VI Al sorvi:.vins II BIOS ANTIQUES. JKHfcLS. i'ARVIN. L :: Dial 3. Cantral foundry Ud Walklna A to Ltd. .114 tha B'd-a Hacdwara *... Lb* Tn* pitklar aia Maerk-y wanted adainat urn! .radii lo any oaa i" -MWR ocdar alinad In <•• mrtm %  **• as* raland on rba Mill ol • •OllJauUKNE ASMUrt Al.IXYNR. %  bart-l'i BI I'm nun In IPM WTOaCA ri~iuonalblF lor bar or ant itlracllns an' dab< a mMM by %  wrlltn ordar aigruM NATIIAK1KL VlT-AUWIKtD. %  SI M, rUM : rv.p.ni.iMt lor anv i artrd by anvoniai*i ,. % %  ,.i i. AUSTIN g HOLD LOST A Forxn LOST CAT Tanuilr ral. t I up to tn* nama ai -anookla %  • rindai ml art MrV C. Gala V 114) -aa Eczema Itch Killed In 7 Minutes in. .rlv chins. I'm.k lini %  Il g, i u.i. Blaakli* root Itch and mii-r li n ti-atm l-aama. Paallus kill tli* IMP aa-aag Tha n-w ill .rv. Nlaodarm, killtha lain. In I %  iitnutra and Is puanntaa-J tn (|va > i n soft, rl.-nr. n'lrni'tlva. amrxiih akin %  K, or mo,.,.v back Mratti <.f [mptv uaiKicr-. Uat suarani.-. 'I Niaodarm fn'iii J.-ui I %  PMBl l'-lov.f 1 Nixoderm -r-vvii FT Skis Trouslii ueaeU. WANTKD STAMPS 10 mv STAMPS t \MI'S All Klndo of at the fAltllinU.W STAMP NIX IETY No 10, Swan Street si n >. %  •hone 4207 for UNITEX INSULATING WALI.BdARD SHEETS 4" thick. 4'. x 8'. '. 10*. 12' WALLBOARD MOULDING (for covering joints) STANDARD HARDBOARD SHEETS I* thKk. 4' X 6'. 8'. IP* TEMPERED HARDBOARD SHEETS i" thick. 4' x 0'. 1C PLYWOOD SHEETS V." thick TURNALL ASBESTOS WOOD SHEETS 3/16" lluck 4' X 8* AI.I. TH1SI [WILDING HOARDS ARE TRE.\TKI) TO RESIST THE ATTACK OF WOOD ANTS AND 0THIH rxRiuraa Phone 4267. H ll.HI.SSO.S A HtVXES !.. I.TH. London London Liverpool. Glasgow* London Due Learei Barbadoa flth Nov. 3rd Dec Mali 7 th Dec. ?7th N;.v 10th Dec. i lifM (. .v I ivt IADY BODNEY" "LADY NELSON" Ar.l... SBIII Barbkdai Barbaric. f Dap • Dae Arrlrr* Boaian 17 Dae 1*M STRIKE A NEW NOTE! TUNE-UP at 7)U£mwuuu)'i SsAuics Station Shine o$: Jius $taA yftotuhinq tj&nuinsi Jond fiaJiii and Charles McEnearney & Co., Lid. OFFICE 4493 WORKSHOP PARTS DEPI 4673 NIGHT 4125 GARDINER AUSTIN A CO., LTD.— Agenu. CHRISTMAS IS NEAR AT HAND See that you get your supply of K. IIin-.. I'ltrruiilv I'l-uiH's. t ilron, l---.i-n.iBukinu rodr. ktssl SUKBT. TV Wi supply you with — 5-lb. Tins Wafa Butter Come Karly and ilo not be disappointed. IOIIX D. TAVI.OII Rm-biick Street -:& SO\S I.TII. Dial 4335 ROYAL NF.1MERLANDS STEAMSHIP CO. *AII. isu nits inori a cnlTK A— 3W.TIIIIAH M.S. OIAMI.MD Hh Uarvmaar. ISM -Miis.. m PASAHAKiao a iimu-ii I.I nv \ 'i -11 s i i.i: Bin par, );.> M.i> I'OirlDOV— TT.,1 J..i,iir IS51? MUIV. TO TIIMIIMI. I'ASAMAPII'.O JUST THE THING srs IT GA3 SIIUWBUOM garj at SANTA saysDELIGHT THE CHILDREN we offer JIC.-S.UV IT/./.l.ES Fon CHILDREN AND GROWN-UPS STOHY-I. NURSERY RHYMES CUT-OUT 1KLLY HOOKS H. P. HARRIS Tha M V I'anDPr.' will atrapl Cargo and Paaoanpara for 1 A'lllsuj. Monlaarr.I. Navia and Si. Knu Saillns 3Mh ssatan:. Tha MV Monaka" oil) accopt Carlo miri Paaampara for Don.ii'.i.i. Aniisua. Moitlavrrai. Navli .."O St •* i br noOltod V Daaraood *ill accapl n~i 'Hanipan for il a*! • %  i (iranada aod Oalw ol dapanort lo ba •UHOONITl OWNVrtW FRENCH LINE Ik Glr I raiiMtiInni ifjiir SaiUngs to ENGLAND FRANCE "CASCOGNE" November 3rd. 1951. via St. Lucia. Martlniou., Gu.ida.oupe and Antigua. "COLOMBIE" 24th November. 1951. via Martinique Guadeloupe. iivi SOUTHBOUND COLOMBIE I3th November 1951, calling at Trinidad. La Guolra. Curacao, Cartagena, .lair.iu.i Accepbng Passengers. Cargo and Mall. R. M. JONES & Co. Ltd.—Ate oU. & CO. Lamer Bread Sirert REAL ESTATE Property & Land FOR SALE JOHN M. KUDOS tV Ce>. AJT.8., F.V.A. Real EsUte AgenU. Auctioneers A Butldlnr Surveyors I'honr li. hi PlanUtlons Bulldinc FOR SALE a HAGCATTS GROUP Offers will be considered for tinpurchase of the I tlnfl ol BaggBtl '-.Ki.ii> and the following fgitttf. Haggatts & Bruce Vale approx. Greenland & Over hill approx. Bawden & River approx Friendship approx H.-iKgutts Factnry has been extensively modernisexi and is equipped to produce fancy inulaaaws as well as D.C sugar. During the 11*51 crop. Ihe factory produced 4.352 tons of sugar. The bags required for the 1952 crop have been secured. The mechanical equipment of the group includes among other items the following International Harvester tractors :— 1— TD14 Crawler Tractor with bulldozer. 1—WD9. 1— Farmall H. Also 1—Caterpillar D2 tractor, 2—Subsoiler ploughs. 1—disc plough, 1—brush breaker plough, 8 Dodge Truck.-:. I Austin Truck. 11 cane carts for Tractors. Livestock includes 14 horses. 12 mules. Anblr T.UI Arm Arm :n)5 713 324 644 286 521 115 211 Further details and obtained from, .ttnditions of sale may be • JB\JBU\. S. P. MUSSON. SON & CO.. LTD.. Broad Street. Brut



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Franco Wants U.K. To Return Gibraltar LONDON. N..v It, Tli.British I mem or Genetalis.siino Franco*! proposal in an interview Sanday Time* (if London tha' I did rc-open ne.i'u.ns 10 return UM To all iwqi llrtol on the tafl) FnreiKn Office replied. "No Omm..|il Thci Air War Over Korea Renewed flTH ARMY II AJ United Si ib Mn palate shot dov autnlet jet fighters and lost one o( v %  in %  sharp renewal of Ihc air war over Korea today, but ground lighting subsided along lh* 14ftmlle ceasefire battle UM, An Eiajhth Army communj that allied troop* re-took two advance positions on !• % %  Front, which had be. bu lie-blow Ilia Chinese last night However. I In communique reported nothing but patrol activity from the rest of the fi" I which will become the permanent ceasefire line if the remaining arnuattce terms are settled within 3U d..v Brilliant Flares Chinese Communist-* set off a series of brilliant gr*x ,-. vellow signal flares di mghi No nttm-k> followed however, and it was betta I Reds might be agreement on lue tentaUve truce line. Allied observers enped ground lighting; to die down while the truce teams R| torn try to complete tlsl by the Deeeml)er 27th they succeed, the opposing am would have in five up gnj ten they took In th. Interim have to return to th< I positions for *'. But war will go on the air and at sea. Tun ait battle flared over Northwest KM. day. In the first, some Soviet MIC.-la jets pounced on M slower U.S. F-80 Shoot fighter-bombers In an 111 attempt to break up an attack on Communist railway Ul — v.r. Truce Teams Meet %  in no newspaper reartion to said, however. srussing the return of I British quarters unofficially ration that Gibraltar was of mmbtful military slue. T> Britain n pan tin lifeU) %  • I A Kree Port In his Interview rranco suggest i rould become a it 1 Hbraltar is %  and an importai I ) %  the copv righted ntervlew nay Time* correspondent t'edric Palter. th:ii %  long as Gibraltar remained the i retention between them The intervli ed \>\ tin %  Miui'ient Itul pcopoaad that Britain should discuss the proh\ 6 < ireumstances do so Since LheCn returned %  has been pt lo improve AngloSpanish relations, widen plunned Ihs during UM of Socialist rule in Britain. Uuniii: a call at the B> It .1 tins on.nth. the I Duke Punio i. : %  .,! bs QeoOfta Harrison, the Foreign OtV, %  iry that Britain hoped to maintain "< set" and -fnend—t'.l*. U EDNESDAY. Wi/^ aaaaaaaas! irviirvrr l.\ KOItl \\ u\n CHINESE REDS^WILL START CAMPAIGN TO CONQUER ALL S.E. ASIA After Korean Cease-fire LORD PORTEOU8 (Frank Collyiiioo Lady Kitty (Orel* Bancroft) and Clivo Champion CIRCLE presented hy the Bridgetown Player* l**t niRBtto iiiii-h • BUM of patience la spite of tnti lampion Gtwney <<-*** Oiossstutbl. A w Torio Not Likely | Egypt Clamps Down On Unloading Of Goods For U.K. Forces To Vlmlisli Su|r,ar Rationing Snap PANMUN.IOM : The United Nations ilemandrd tin right to go tie hind Communist lines as far north as the Monchurian border, during the A to make sure that the Reds do nut build .i n* %  Im Baton army. The chief U N i I % %  \ %  Admiral C. Turner Jo> made this demand In presenting %  aaVfA* i>oint k*M p t he peace programme to the Conn untati The Communist* at once rejcelted the proposal and pressed for tion i %  point programme of U i b Joy *aid that It was "not hriwid enough." lir.th atoVtl asneol to itudy tfaa question further, The iinpMA' is temporary though It may dim hopes for an armistice tiv Christmas. —U.P. Italian Keels Stage Protest Mureli Against tf.AJ.O. Talks ROMS, Nov, 17, Riot squads were galll Central Rome. tn-Miglr I up an attempt bj rnunist "parlisans ol :> march on PUilanwnt the Atlantic Pact Council meeting in Rome I'.P. I .Iw.ni Otafl (Urke. SOD of Mr. jnd Mm F. IK Clarke of "Spooners". SI. John, was awarded the "H Korean IlirlMsl MiltUry Medal. Thr Medal of Houses of 8. Korea—b> the President of s. kUrr* for outstanding I.I r..L-ni whllr detached from the IS. 1st Marine Dlvlslan. On a i % %  nun in,,., raid on <3l major rail Junctions In N. Korea. delro>lng all thr obJerlivts, baflllni all I he i%  .-!. %  •!.is of Iroop* and .IM.IIMH in asweaji Ihe Manehurla Border into N. Korea, l-or IhU very heroic de*d where only 4 of the '!Z men mUslon relumed, the L'nlted SUIr% Navy Cross was awarded lo all 4 who rei nn. .1 by General O. P Smith or the IM Marine Mvisiou of thr Held in Korea for outstanding gallantry bevond the rail or dut> of ih.ii country, the I'niied Slates of Amrrica 'IXJNDON'T'N' MI the dUasffl QtV ernment. there is no b likelihood that sugar raUl i td Kingdom is ball I ..gainst It ..ii be Miiniii'-d up as follow*: 1. Britain cannot obt pllaa from Emi>'. 1,. meet .Ivmandj and with om lol>1ay, it ih.n.ilv Ukolv that .my QovarU' merit would all.-" II.-M. [ (sOlbsBl Miai 'i< would lOffolvth •j in view of UM praaanl pi ice il RiajBr, the holding and wholesale dealers would lmi %  on %  :! M ii.i "i %  o idi able Bnanctal burden. I, Dv-rallonlng woi.l mean an annual Increase of about 400.000 toi IK ausipuon, and I % %  %  tan which manufacturers paj one penny |-| p.ntiul nmie Hum ',n. would have t> be abolished There WOUld have be one back pi k %  But say K. D. and r their latest clreuUr, "it %  i Is more likely um* than under th lata edmini tratton %  ii and f M %  -.one amount (HSO.OO" %  %  to Iha UJI %  %  Ith pn dueilon ( AIKO. NOT r EX3YPT laauod • waimn** to all shipping companies anoda coesatrsad i Brttiah tout's with* nut \\w authorization of the Customs authorities. The warning wai cnuinid In %  circular aant ail shiDpers, stainm that they v.ould m.i be foi ""h< violation ol customs regulMiuns" it any ol Ihdi in Biitaln-ci riatolled ports in the Site/ ( inal ^l'' 1 h. cireulai itead tffj aari) .. %  H I here thi Egyptian ciision wiopeiatint. and onlj aftei ii ienl < %  < N.A.T.O. Near Agreement On I\ur<>pe*sArniy >r • %  j European army and Mkta -.isten Oartnaa i>aniri|iation he Western oafeBsM Dilegates to the North Atlnnl; Traab OrganlaaUon confaren uigenth co na lda r ad ihe matu %  i>i_ quick pai %  %  %  %  ..in Tlie Ruropt if \rTnj rinantal u mj o( mbtad %  i a II it.ii n Dutch and Si %  onli i' -.> th' %  ten will agrai to the re-arma%  i < .. i %  • % %  i pew 'i Preaident ->i the N.A ro. I ouni P i"' i trUJ ma na mi etlna. the •h, U v s. rator) I ment lo get action on the Euro pean Army idea fleneral Risen %  the pro (eel al the top of nil li*t of km and urgent things lo i %  i\ II.,-. Una %  " ,!i rari ii que rarwui tubjt pacialU about his fn-lmn I i will' <•< i man pa I Uclp %  n„ Prencfl Porelan Muilatei Robert Bchuman, gave .. proarai raport "'ii ".-I* I the I ki "'* Mae He are rolltared bi Aefai ion anae told Uk room.i BDoul tin racanl M ILI.. Poretan MlnUtera confer treat <; rman Cnai %  vlloi K ad Ad< l V RUSSIA EXTENDS SLAVE SYSTEM (By H. A. KVSKK) LONDON, Mm 27, Radical organizational ehangei .n the Soviet toffeajd labour ryatem, as well PJ Its %  y*THrMtrablt extajuioo, were revealed by atithoni:ih\. aourcM here. The changes con^isin the total reversion ol policy concernim; the use of "•lave labour' and the !n ol the concentration camps In Sovlo: ;;„ Thr Kourooa Mid thai 9ihMi wai th* i day nas become the rule to-day. Until recently, It was y^ W 3 P lic >' '" confine permanent concentration camps h> certain remote regions of the counti y. Sources said today "-ucn ca \\ oriel Sugar Crop 1951^52 Will Total 36*900,000 Ions WASIIINGTdN. N The Office of I %  %  on foreign crops and markets predicted thai Ihe of cane and beet suitr.r In IMI—U arauld total 36.Mo.ooo Utm slighily more than the 3d.400.000 t'-ns of lilt season and would i>e well %  veraaa af! 28.900.000 tons. ... I" the Ateni %  fall summary, world wool Uon this %  ; , n ,,, %  . I An all time peak of 4.000.000.: 000 poiim'. n 1811. The i, avnurahli < a leans' pi lean I ooi production i —r.p Viriims Of \Ui\ iUiii kinail Rt'fus* To l*a) %  More Mom-y ] SAN HIAM is... N v %  Some 40 VlCtUni Of a Chlnei Communist extortion racket % %  lemn pledge I" aattd %  ii. liiiinom. their kin K.Ik imealened wllh hnprsfOI mem. torture, and dean At .i iiamlllll held hen da) niftil I Ua I" i.. Keo blackmail voaad \ . .ii otT UM In "i Peiplni Oo v ernme c t, although it ant an and >r tnaii hopes to kt>ep their relalives In alive. .^growth rent puMtdt) a • maihad ' %  • quli %  nig valuable foieign axd %  Chine*"-, who have relatives loir, il was learned thai Council "i 'inpowerful Six Cotnpanle vfrnialb i %  | i marling soon io II a probann P (B\ AKTIU'R 0OUI FORM' 6A On* oJ Nal mtellii i Kntfaj would hlp the CM IN> Water Goes Down MIl.W N( %  the i'n Rrvei idnntnl I Bsiia chai a 1 i %  I ,-,i tholi WB) Into % %  i %  %  i . ha am I %  hb h Hi • nsn Bin Invaded I %  %  Uuated bi KM Lowlai DUa to -iwiamir.' the to* %  %  nd i'.vH.-t.r. %  Tori %  thi .i M. nli Pi uni rarouh i .img inimli'nt Sav* NUW VOHK H A National Hroadtssting Ootn%  Ienl riooi led from K. ii.iT^asadai night that Oenaral Dwlghl Ilaenhowei bai he will resign h|a Kuiopean Command eai l> next %  > || and aeeept" RapublV in P i Pentlal iKimin.itioii. Correspondent Jack Da aa a laid on %  news broadcast heaid bara thai Elsenhower gave Ihe kndleelion to military aaaoclales at Ihe %  ling of thr Nnrth At lanlie Council —If P.I Tvheran Stmii>nts Clash With PoUee I I.hi \ twaan %  . %  I i ed II.. brought %  ped Studeni. irad out of thw %  houuni "Down Wttl Mnaisiliati" but aU raeJ bttBs] i-ioniiurd pasiin ill* dunna the morning The "lent and n reated lo-daj was noi dl Last n, ht which la I %  lie re % %  % %  Chief, Oanera rl .vh./.iv i. pnllre Kurbaakab ... .i %  expelled l acUvltlei i P luliun Men^rship On l'.\. DiseiiMed PARIS No\ 27. %  %  1 Arab and .. pro p oned Tu given full V berahlp The resolulKHi recalled Ihat the a sent aril % %  %  -houlU IH given %  %  %  —I'.P. 1 P U.S. DEPENDS MORE ON FOREIGN SOURCES OF RAW MATERIALS WABHIIKrTOn %  steadily ami upon before th. uM prm nt great defenie progii.-" ' S r r< w matei many cat, ward '.he aurpitl British Claim The Moon LONDOM Nov II %  | .i. | The Itntisii I ..huh in. %  In* scientl i | ajamben %  '•i paee liavi !. Include spaces for visas tu land al all %  lorlaa that might %  Bd in thr he;,.. %  in. i %  >, a kind ol %  '. vhon : siild they would prove —i r Japan Will Not Be Pressed For Forees WASHINGTON, Nov 27. John foster Dulles. ent< teet of Ihe Japai.i has no intention ol pressing the fur definite re., lommitmenta when he visits Tokvo next month, aeeordlug la m poattion t" knew. n • ever, Il Ii I on nicred here that the Japanese soon must begin to face mop %  %  adequately armed : e knit in i rican ea itn<\ i III II,. Wtsten. I' the hulwai %  %  Ibte Com%  h. uM light of ihis bctei It i not impossible that l>ullos may irge Premiei Bhlnrru Yosinda and mort thought to this question ut ure —r.p. (sU4 k rillas I i."hl All Oui Battle SINItE, Nov. 21 Communist Guerillas in Mai.. are now fully committed to bi Ug (leployiMK .ill lh< edi r H nan, f lautanant Gen. ii Briu '1" I'M-d ioda> ..( opei llalava ana leaking al a Press ronference with his sur,ev-,„ 4 • in Kwaui. pjli%  ihon %  lh men) Id bn i %  in J i %  .i in Formosa l ucc eaa .n I %  be ioi .king It o %  >%  Alr.ad\ Ma-*n-d-mit T h a H it had been •>uu.nd sourie. %  %  im \ i, | trill Ton.:. m ihe Communial orbit 'i I., him Red %  %  • i. tneb control Minn. >v..ui.i <• intry I I Ilium d I I'l i :e • ., 0g Orawn i P by a M 1'eiumg Revotu%  taela. Red Thailand. Indeneata and the Phiiiii-irj. Iheir all into thI Ufa in Ihe hpigU aaa* life it waa. mil thiy have lo groups and work harder |i We have some way to go bafOfe Ihe day comes when Communl broken, but I I he • -U.P. \K(,t \TI\i f.M'H IGOOD f'MUT HARVESTS CZECH VICE-PREMIER ARRESTED VIENNA. Nov 27 Cgechosiovakij %  nnouncad th arreet of liudoit Vice Premiei and former Secretary-General W the Caeeh Communln Party in what appeared to >*• lh* pn luck other rirastir Partv purgf battle", lie Pood III scared put kit Iran Will Sell Oil To Eastern Blot* 'The\ Ye always a/ SO >vell-iiiaiiiiere*' %  ind did noi ,II aboul poUUcal via an of po% %  % %  said ir.'o bi BOW "leeallj I 11 S1) oil v hi :e .1 , %  forinr i I ample offers v.hnh nad not bean Foi Ihcomiraj H i'i. mk %  MO Mossades-h would attend the next i urt meeting i h the international body'* ii P. the oil dispute r.p il.i.ik I L.i.i*. hai ^..„ Nevei my beat. I rare of liar-tiiu --; h i cola ..nJ ollreled". "Ami IIOIII a/ "' liiilr hiii i Iksaaj faaWpa " age / lip,". \ltm-tihti, wr ajgag in Inn r ,1/uoi i i ril Jlltf illHUll the hesl-bihtiinl ugmretl* Disarmament To Be Discussed With Russia 'net volume of expnr I p WASH. N 1 'na ha< prospter than ms and table grapes M—52 senson according to meeting with the General AasemI ..rtment of Agnr.il-' hlv President Hi I.un Padilla PARIS, N I Slates are in Inogd >K> eei to thresh out disarmament urob%  i them lo do s-.. Q %  seemed general that the projected four-power -i r 'Nervo to try and recon'. %  the worl mt %  \ .i i 1 ,, 1 ,liU of lloloba. I i I.., TJli.||*i -U|l• I be hae-l Iwbevg n". The American spokesman said the United State the right, if it era I %  %  %  railing for surh a meeUng Ifstra" terda> hy Pakistan. Iraq I posed thr formation of .. grouj b I inament plan, —U.P. Uumry". v | *\* There'll never be a belter ciejarotlc du MAURIER THI IXCUISIVI PnVTii fir* CIOAiEITE $1.04 for SO .rrioiswo



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PAGE TWO BABBADOfl ADVOCATE wrnsTsnw NOVEMBER 2*. isi At TUr Theatre THE CIRCLE Qakib Qallinq Tin: :. %  ;.,v... wnll.i liv UIS EX< Kl LB* V .' M.iuith..ni In I n ernor and Lady Savatv K Mcompjn.l-,1 bv Ih. Governor. ic M.j llrnn,. Vauhan and %  Joan %  ...id 1SJ6-.8 II 1 divortM .„ ,.,.„ "'"*'" B '-' From Briti.h Columbi. Until quite retkM R. AND Mils h H iVI WORTH ar: MM on M lu b| '"" lhe Kin Trt * route her* then e di %  ; I • possible to appreciate Hi. Circle res*. Maugham Is one of Ml A*hworth has vl this J** 0on several occasion! but th yt*. me 1. m BrttWi Columtata. %  .. %  holiday they arc s sylng at "Strathallan', 1 %  .......,-. .^ .. |.. ^. .. i t a, 11 % n lh I* Ms wife* tint Visit have'moThey were accompanied hv thci. 1 l/indon nt the %  .. '1 Martha I n..,i BMP „ play* rmiatoi in Loodon Uu threat (jrandfather Maugham HI one peiiod Ther" _ !" m*R. GEORGE DOORLY . I Usque In writing 1T visited Barbado-. earlier thi for the theatre. Tinaction of S* ff* ' '' 1 nmi .IN Barrow foim.-rlv .. ow*. It n pupfl „f [^d fc School. Mr. iiart an unso, 0vv has been awarded an Exhibitor** to find the t,.,,, at the University College of injrth-M but a period the W e,t lnd.es on the results* of a 1 ----— *... L competitive examination held 5SSBB-2H5 %  • U married. "Jfi ""'"' S 2W~" "V %  n b* rrusted, will ; n !" mP"ll "' U" Itatu-Qil. -.,. u | ))gH t nop", after completing In, d.-Ki..< .111 BIN I linu 111111: li Htre For Christmas EN FAIitWKAi'HKK n Rarba>>l ndttU md we hud G|or e Theatre over the week-end. to wait a long lime for Greta Clarke sang the ila ilc^l tune %  it and Frank Collymore "Bless This House." to fivp u cause for laughter. In .,, %  Michael Timpson Mnc ron,fS, "U look part. This as th* aggrieved husband nyf| w w repeal performanc* Ol ihe Individual actiiiH per-l *"' w ( n ,h *' nnit occasion the form.-.*-,of the evening, with u<| 8^ did not arru m it Jai Groumlth as a clie run^*"<'<"'d prize wenl to tatnaget Onrll Grandeinin who aang ti charm 10 her dnHi.., ." it was expected thai Acull jiart, nnrt ihe surline^. of these twu Taten*. winner.. wilMcm Dtrrk ,,. : ,,„,,,„ ,m. viru.nt shortly. was oonvii'cuift if nwootonoij %  lima* .,f Ui. 1 Firit Vuit %  third Act. Bv in... ti, m .,11 loll. .11 home in VfUS. INEZ JACKSON of New ( the % %  theatre" of ITJ. York Cily arrived in the the fT" net ktsell av.slstod the isUn.il over the wecn-end by ahoWln| what thrv %  l W.I.A. She came from New Y"— %  1 Jamaica. Puerto Rico nnd An, Tn ? S*? "" -'""""'r succeca tigua. Sis '^^iis^^ss^sri !" i,f,,.. :,"!,,'."' '' '*%  H.rbr HIU. It 11 %  ...,. %  ill M inl "lbut • %  >n still too |„:„ ... I..21 She was ......mii.iim.d b, her I" il.riv. Ihe full l,enrnt of the ,u %  "** %  r m '* Tull. a BarbaClrele-m a Comedy ol Manner. dl "' %  who ha b,-pn v n I" ln In the 'twenties. li.R.<. Radio I'ra^aaar rirM-r \OVIMMB ta, mi FiiKitr. 11 m n ... I"' %  %  • %  > \ %  v. .' % %  '. LVewi II MM HUH ,". N — %  W 1 '" %  The rj.ll. > 3 4* pm MKVGLttZm N..rth ..| s.,111, nj v Thr S411, Ahtcaiu IN p„, mtP.io,^ .. S., Owhia tt a. 4-1 p m in r,. .Ui > pa, 7 ia pm SIM U.MM and lh FUlurc T IA—laflS %  m lfr" Cto-optraiivM aad o^ n.i ? ** %  """ %  / "P ' P" TV.-., ?i^ 1 1? ^ 'i" "' "•" iH > N-w,ei pjt WM..B*.,,! or Aeeeum. Ml pro *.'i'PdJe> ,.1 S' w. > p m aWuu r ' %  iMe* L M m ,, m • IMP .,i„.„!.... in u o m .... ., r,lC •''">.SMMK ia!SPsK ,AV VOVRM )Mi it if l Chtx U.S.A.. for the p ast 42 years. Mr Tull told Curib that she is very much Impressed with the change made In Barbados. M ratttl Md From Korean ml in New H is a Captaln in Ihe Me.li! ol MM 1 s A,,, H.. *rlfe Noi ma Is u gr.iduate ar. %  Columbia t'rn.'erslty and Assistant Architect for the City of New York Part of his leave he plans to spend in Surinam with his wife ond when they leave there about December 21st their next stop will heBarbados where they will 1 1 i.stmas. They cxi>ect lc l-e heir for a little Air,.: Friends M R. CEORGE U CUMMINGS of Springiield, Massachusetts, arrived on Mood I by B.W.I.A. from Puerto Ri t „ for a vi.it with Mr. IVter Morgan of St IHotel at whose weddniK be was Mr. Ciimmiiigs and Mr. Mori-'-"i ware togMthaf al Hotel Seh.-.i 111 Bwitaarland and sub%  iquanU} n Uu Cimba Hilton, BBB .lu.r. i-urrto Rico where Mi. I lun adngs .,1 ptescnt Purchasing Agent He -ill prol-ably bo in Barbados for ubout two weeks. For Ihe Winter I N BARBADOS (ol lha unil.i are Dr. and Mrs. A Chlloru Jack of Montreal They arrived 'I. 1 ,.|, UMoesand are staying at the Marine lloiel Also arriving by the Lidy RodrMQ end ftayini at tne MarI* R. (.'..„.,t Dr. Cowan is spend isaaka* holiday while hi. we is remaining for the wutta. With Cable And Wireleti M R. RUDY KJIUUN who had been in Barbados lor tin., rolktaj returned to St. Vincent mi Monday by B.G. AlrV". 1 V lh I..[ 1 %  %  : %  .,•] .-., %  ui fal.le ;,ml V.11 that colony. During his holiday he was slaying with his parents Mr. and Mrs. Irwin Kirton of "Sandown". ronti. belli-. Incidental Intelligence W HEN BOAf ^.-i the Comets 01 service. N. w Yorkers will be able to take a swim in llermudi and dry themselves at home,—Sir Miles Thomm* i ntflH York yesrerdao. L r 1 Rupert and the Lion Rock—39 In ihxir hint rh i shonsr -... down find it ksdt nghi o Rock. "Thi* tHey btiidt lha lit*. Hi. w,-„ osseke." .houn Thty mmM. ind ilutr l th dM*IM I %  %  I Antifua Appointment M R. FRANK WILLOCK. B Sc On ,.. M,. U %  da :h' Antigua CJrammiit served %  AI.IHUJ where !_%_; worked on the junior staff of dV A. i.ulture Department for three years. He returned to Canade .n Acurultun_l A^t leuttun %  %  His Canadian wife ,. igptcted to arrive in Antigua a fortnight Royal Calypso L ATKST additions to the growing library of calypsoes on. gramophone lUBOrdi nre I %  RSM fael ("The Ltaar*} | went to London from to sing with the Trinidad AH Btee| ivteussion Orchestra during the Festival of Britain last" His first recording ha* jusi been issued in London, with Grant's Cai Rhythm accompanying. On '.:_• •%  i-itnish Calypso" and df, I Is 'Royal Weddin" Calypso." an amusin.: about what happened to The' Lion when he was invited to the: wedding of Princess Elizabeth Philip. Cartb Beit Seller M R. PATRICK LEIC.H-FF.RatOR. sttttMr of "Th.Trsri aUer*i TPCC." the bi story of a Journey through the Caribbean, has been awarded a i 100 priM m .- literature competition organised Lv the Sunday Times of Ixmdcn. Th* paper describes the volume as "a first book by a "Writer with a penlus (or description and an BtJte for knowledge." Talkint Point U '.on f,-ll rloirn i/esterdap. stand uu indaii. —II G Welh | TO-DAVS NEWS FLASH J r\in m • ri nirT ei.AtiNu n..i..*... I>I, I ...I New S-..-I. arMU H.kn SUMlrnw. MMrwhStS." M) And, good gucoui. rh oihti one it SiTloi Sim irom Ni.-:ood "Hullo. 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Franco Wants U.K. To
Return Gibraltar
LONDON. N..v It,
Tli.- British I mem or
Genetalis.siino Franco*! proposal in an interview
Sanday Time* (if London tha' I did rc-open ne-
.i'u.ns 10 return Um
To all iwqillrtol on the tafl) FnreiKn
Office replied. "No Omm..|il
Thci
Air War
Over Korea
Renewed
flTH ARMY IIaj
United Si ib Mn palate
shot dov autnlet jet
fighters and lost one o( v
in sharp renewal of Ihc air war
over Korea today, but ground
lighting subsided along lh* 14ft-
mlle ceasefire battle Um, An
Eiajhth Army communj
that allied troop* re-took two ad-
vance positions on !
Front, which had be.
bu lie-blow Ilia Chinese
last night
However. I In communique re-
ported nothing but patrol activity
from the rest of the fi" I
which will become the permanent
ceasefire line if the remaining
arnuattce terms are settled within
3U d..v
Brilliant Flares
Chinese Communist-* set off a
series of brilliant gr*x ,-.
vellow signal flares di
mghi No nttm-k> followed how-
ever, and it was betta I
Reds might be
agreement on lue tentaUve truce
line.
Allied observers enped ground
lighting; to die down
while the truce teams r|
torn try to complete tlsl
by the Deeeml)er 27th *
they succeed, the opposing am
would have in five up gnj ten
they took In th. Interim
have to return to th< I
positions for *'.
But war will go on
the air and at sea. Tun ait battle
flared over Northwest Km.
day. In the first, some Soviet
MIC.-la jets pounced on m
slower U.S. F-80 Shoot
fighter-bombers In an 111
attempt to break up an attack on
Communist railway Ul
v.r.
Truce Teams
Meet
in no newspaper
reartion to
said, however.
srussing the return of I
British quarters unofficially ra-
tion that
Gibraltar was of mmbtful military
slue. T>
Britain n
pan tin lifeU)
I
A Kree Port
In his Interview rranco suggest -
i rould become a
it "
1 Hbraltar is

and an importai I
) the copv righted
ntervlew nay Time*
correspondent t'edric Palter. th:i-
i

long as Gibraltar remained the
i retention between them
The intervli ed \>\ tin
Miui'ient Itul
pcopoaad that Britain
should discuss the proh\
6 < ireumstances
do so "
Since LheCn returned
has been
pt lo improve Anglo-
Spanish relations, widen plunned
Ihs during UM
of Socialist rule in Britain.
Uuniii: a call at the B> It
.1 tins on.nth. the
I Duke Punio
i. : .,! bs QeoOfta
Harrison, the Foreign OtV,
iry that Britain hoped
to maintain "<.....set" and -fnend-
t'.l*.
U EDNESDAY. Wi/^aaaaaaaas!
irviirvrr
l.\ KOItl \\ u\n
CHINESE REDS^WILL
START CAMPAIGN TO
CONQUER ALL S.E. ASIA
After Korean Cease-fire
LORD PORTEOU8 (Frank Collyiiioo
Lady Kitty (Orel* Bancroft) and Clivo Champion
CIRCLE presented hy the Bridgetown Player* l**t niRBt-
to iiiii-h BUM of patience la spite of tnti
lampion Gtwney <<-*** Oiossstutbl. A w
Torio Not Likely | Egypt Clamps Down
On Unloading Of
Goods For U.K. Forces
To Vlmlisli Su|r,ar
Rationing
Snap
PANMUN.IOM :
The United Nations ilemandrd
tin right to go tie hind Communist
lines as far north as the Monchu-
rian border, during the A
to make sure that the Reds do nut
build .i n* Im Baton army.
The chief U N i I \
Admiral C. Turner Jo> made this
demand In presenting aaVfA*
i>oint k*M p the peace programme
to the Conn untati
The Communist* at once rejcel-
ted the proposal and pressed for
tion i point pro-
gramme of U i b Joy *aid
that It was "not hriwid enough."
lir.th atoVtl asneol to itudy tfaa
question further,
The iinpMA' is temporary
though It may dim hopes for an
armistice tiv Christmas.
U.P.
Italian Keels Stage
Protest Mureli
Against tf.AJ.O. Talks
ROMS, Nov, 17,
Riot squads were galll
Central Rome. tn-Miglr I
up an attempt bj
rnunist "parlisans ol :>
march on PUilanwnt '
the Atlantic Pact Council meet-
ing in Rome I'.P.
I .Iw.ni Otafl (Urke. sod
of Mr. jnd Mm F. IK Clarke
of "Spooners". SI. John, was
awarded the "H Korean
IlirlMsl MiltUry Medal.
Thr Medal of Houses of 8.
Koreab> the President of
s. kUrr* for outstanding
i.i r..L-ni whllr detached from
the IS. 1st Marine Dlvlslan.
On a i nun in,,., raid on <3l
major rail Junctions In N.
Korea. delro>lng all thr ob-
Jerlivts, baflllni all I he
i- .-!.!.is of Iroop* and
. .im.iimh in asweaji Ihe Man-
ehurla Border into N. Korea,
l-or IhU very heroic de*d
where only 4 of the '!Z men
mUslon relumed, the L'nlted
SUIr% Navy Cross was
awarded lo all 4 who re-
i nn. .1 by General O. P
Smith or the IM Marine M-
visiou of thr Held in Korea
for outstanding gallantry
bevond the rail or dut> of
ih.ii country, the I'niied
Slates of Amrrica
'ixjndon'T'n'
Mi the dUasffl QtV
ernment. there is no b
likelihood that sugar raUl
i td Kingdom is ball I
..gainst It
..ii be Miiniii'-d up as follow*:
1. Britain cannot obt
pllaa from Emi>'.
1,. meet .Ivmandj and with om lol-
>1ay, it i-
h.n.ilv Ukolv that .my QovarU'
merit would all.-"
ii.-m- [ (sOlbsBl Miai 'i<
would lOffolvth
j in view of UM praaanl
pi ice il RiajBr, the holding
and wholesale dealers would lm-
i on .:! M ii.i "i o idi -
able Bnanctal burden.
I, Dv-rallonlng woi.l
mean an annual Increase of
about 400.000 toi IK
ausipuon, and I '
tan
which manufacturers paj one
penny |-| p.ntiul nmie Hum ',n.
would have t> be
abolished There WOUld have
be one back pi k
But say K. D. and r
their latest clreuUr, "it .
i
Is more likely um-
* than under th
lata edmini tratton "
ii and f M
-.one amount (hso.oo"

. to Iha UJI

Ith pn dueilon
( AIKO. Not r
EX3YPT laauod waimn** to all shipping companies
anoda coesatrsad i Brttiah tout's with*
nut \\w authorization of the Customs authorities.
The warning wai cnuinid In circular aant ail shiD-
pers, stainm that they v.ould m.i be foi ""h<
violation ol customs regulMiuns" it any ol Ih-
di in Biitaln-ci riatolled ports in the Site/ ( inal
^l''1' -___________________________"h. cireulai itead tffj
aari) .. h
I here thi Egyptian ciision
wi- opeiatint. and onlj aftei ii
ienl <<
N.A.T.O. Near
Agreement On
I\ur<>pe*sArniy
I

. night <"
he proposal to ssaeaj I
i>>r ! j European army and Mkta
-.isten Oartnaa i>aniri|iation
he Western oafeBsM
Dilegates to the North Atlnnl;
Traab OrganlaaUon confaren
uigenth conaldarad ihe matu

i>i_ quick pai
..in "
Tlie Ruropt if \rTnj
rinantal u mj o( mbtad
i a ii it.ii
n Dutch and Si
onli i' -.> th'
ten will agrai to the re-arma-
i < .. i
i pew 'i
Preaident ->i the n.a ro. I ouni P
i"' i trUJ ma na mi etlna. the
h, U v s. rator)
I
ment lo get action on the Euro
pean Army idea fleneral Risen
the pro
(eel al the top of nil li*t of km
and urgent things lo i
'
i\ ii.,-. Una " ,!i rari ii que
rarwui tubjt
pacialU about his fn-lmn I
i
will' << i man pa I Uclp '
n Prencfl Porelan Muilatei
Robert Bchuman, gave .. proarai
raport......."'ii ".-I* I
the I ki "'* Mae He are
rolltared bi Aefai ion anae told Uk
room.i BDoul tin racanl m
ili.. Poretan MlnUtera confer
treat <; rman Cnai
vlloi K.....ad Ad<
l V
RUSSIA EXTENDS
SLAVE SYSTEM
(By H. A. KVSKK)
LONDON, Mm 27,
Radical organizational ehangei .n the Soviet toffeajd
labour ryatem, as well pj Its y*THrMtrablt extajuioo, were
revealed by atithoni:ih\. aourcM here. The changes con-
^is- in the total reversion ol policy concernim; the use of
"lave labour' and the !n ol the concentration camps
In Sovlo: ;;
Thr Kourooa Mid thai 9ihMi wai th* i .
day nas become the rule to-day. Until recently, It was
y^W'3 Plic>' '" confine permanent concentration camps
h> certain remote regions of the counti y.
Sources said today "-ucn ca
\\ oriel Sugar Crop .
1951^52 Will Total
36*900,000 Ions
WASIIINGTdN. N
The Office of I

on foreign crops and markets pre-
dicted thai Ihe
of cane and beet suitr.r In IMIU
arauld total 36.Mo.ooo Utm slighi-
ly more than the 3d.400.000 t'-ns
of lilt season and would i>e well
veraaa af!
28.900.000 tons.
... I" the Ateni
fall summary, world wool
Uon this ' '
; n ,,,..
* I
An all time peak of 4.000.000.- :
000 poiim'.
n 1811. The i,
avnurahli < a
leans' pi lean I
ooi production i
r.p
Viriims Of \Ui\
iUiii kinail Rt'fus*
To l*a) 'More Mom-y ]
SAN HIAM is... N v
Some 40 VlCtUni Of a Chlnei
Communist extortion racket "
lemn pledge I" aattd '
. . ii. liiiinom. their kin
K.Ik imealened wllh hnprsfOI
mem. torture, and dean
At .i iiamlllll held hen
da) niftil I Ua I" -
i.. Keo blackmail voaad
\ .ii otT UM In "i
Peiplni Oovernmect, although it
ant an and >r tnaii
hopes to kt>ep their relalives In
alive.
.^growth
. rent puMtdt)
a maihad ' quli
nig valuable foieign axd

Chine*"-, who have relatives
loir, il was learned thai
Council "i 'in-
powerful Six Cotnpanle
vfrnialb
i |
i marling soon io
II a probann P
(B\ AKTIU'R 0OUI
FORM' 6A '
On* oJ Nal
mtellii i Kntfaj
would hlp the CM
IN> Water
Goes Down
MIl.W N(

the i'n Rrvei i- dnntnl
I
Bsiia chai a
1
i

I
,-,i tholi wb) Into '
i
.
i
. .
ha am I hb h ......
Hi nsn Bin Invaded I

Uuated bi Km Lowlai
DUa to -iwiamir.'
the to*

nd i'.vH.-t.r.
Tori

thi .i

M.
nli Pi
uni
rarouh
i .img ihroaatloo of ta*
..Mao Treaty. I hi ,
of Egypt and Ihc Sudan, an
ouatUui of British troops fror
2one r.P.
JM
i ih.
i lK
are found near .ilmost evi
IndUatrial centre, inclu
cow
In addition to permanent camps,
the Sovp are known
to have used forced labour for cer-
tain definite Ian
auch as the Whr. B
to have avoide.1
cat onsonrrs for normal Industrial
work. Now, well priaonari an
put to work :.longM ers. olten In t[-
The sources 'quoted eyewitnesses,
Liters who scap.-l
to the West after lieing on leave in
I
as evidence thut man) -ueh camns
exist ne.u arm on the
Volna In thi
of the Urals and in Ihe Ukraine
Informants hai
great part, perhapa the n
ila\-e lal"
Ukrainian towns ere vnung wo-
men. The
In the eei | new fa,,
tories.
-IT.
WAR WOULD MEAN
LOSS OF INDEPENDENCE
PHILADELPHIA, Nov. 27.

' foreign policy because
-id meat
thr loss pf its dream-- for t umplew
h All S. A. S.
i.r-sian Ambassa-
dor lo Hie U.S. said Tuesday al a
World Afl
I 1"
NO CAUSE FOR WORRY
MaTW TOME '
Moukhl fss Secre-
tsarald Trlhane Tuesday, ihat
laged V&Iiran concern o\-i-e
Kperta or the
MONEY OR ELSE!
AUCKLAND, Nov. 27.
i .. in rted Hi'aal
from Chinese Communists
to kill then lelatives in
Chin., unli M ihvv pay sub-
Etuntial ran-otn lo agents
m Hour Knn* Thev thought
that the Conununlata had
hraual
(ran New Zealand.
market gor-


i
thuii Hi i. tble to
I .p.
Wo' Will Smk
Prvniili'ncy
V.AC (.urrvr>inimli'nt Sav*
NUW VOHK H
A National Hroadtssting Ootn-
Ienl riooi led from
k. ii.i- T^asadai night that Oenaral
Dwlghl Ilaenhowei bai
he will resign h|a Kuiopean Com-
mand eai l> next > ||
and aeeept" RapublV in P i
Pentlal iKimin.itioii.
Correspondent Jack Daaaa laid
on news broadcast heaid bara
thai Elsenhower gave Ihe kndlee-
lion to military aaaoclales at Ihe
ling of thr Nnrth At
lanlie Council If P.I
Tvheran Stmii>nts
Clash With PoUee
I I.hi \ '
twaan

. .

I
i
ed ii..
brought
ped
Studeni. .....irad out of thw
houuni "Down Wttl
Mnaisiliati" but aU raeJ
bttBs] i-ioniiurd pas-
iin ill* dunna the morning
The "lent and n
reated lo-daj was noi dl
Last n, ht which la I
lie re '
Chief, Oanera rl .vh./.iv
i. pnllre
Kurbaakab
... .i
,
expelled l
acUvltlei i P
luliun Men^rship
On l'.\. DiseiiMed
PARIS No\ 27.


1
Arab and ..
proponed Tu
given full V
berahlp
The resolulKHi recalled Ihat the
a sent aril
.
-houlU Ih given

I'.P.
1 P
U.S. DEPENDS MORE
ON FOREIGN SOURCES
OF RAW MATERIALS
WABHIIKrTOn

steadily ami upon
before th. uM prm
nt great defenie progii.--
" ' S r
r< w matei
many cat, .
ward '.he aurpitl
British Claim
The Moon
LONDOM Nov II
|
.i. |
The Itntisii
I ..huh in.

In* scientl i | ajamben
'i paee liavi !.
Include
spaces for visas tu land al all

lorlaa that might
Bd in thr he;,..
in. i >,
a kind ol
'. vhon
:
siild they would prove
i r
Japan Will Not Be
Pressed For Forees
WASHINGTON, Nov 27.
John foster Dulles. ent<
teet of Ihe Japai.i
has no intention ol pressing the
fur definite re.,
lommitmenta when he visits Tokvo
next month, aeeordlug la
m poattion t" knew.
n ever, Il Ii I on nicred here
that the Japanese soon must begin
to face mop

adequately armed
: e knit in
i rican ea itn<\ i
III II,. Wtsten. I'
the hulwai Ibte Com-

h. uM light of ihis bctei It i
not impossible that l>ullos may
irge Premiei Bhlnrru Yosinda and
mort thought to this question
ut ure
r.p.
(sU4krillas I i."hl
All Oui Battle
SINItE, Nov. 21
Communist Guerillas in Mai..
are now fully committed to bi
Ug (leployiMK .ill lh<
edi r h nan, f lautanant Gen.
ii Briu '1" I'M-d ioda>
..( opei -
llalava ana leaking al
a Press ronference with his sur-
,ev-, hail who laki" ovn ,-..mrnari.| '
day
I 'We have BBueh ausdanca th
show that Communists are putUn|
The
ADVOCATE"
paya for NEWS
Dial 3113
Day or Night.



HAH
K -nlln

, gad
Hiiihl-up ol Strength

: the lighting eci I K i
Aside from the pUN
.
.... > 4
in Kwau-
i.
pjli-

ihon

lh
men) Id bn
i

in j
i
'
.i in Formosa
lucceaa .n
I

be io-
i
.king It
o >-

Alr.ad\ Ma-*n-d-mit
T h a H
it had been
>uu.nd sourie.

.
.
im \ i, | trill Ton-
.:. m ihe Communial
orbit
'i I., him Red .-
i. tneb control *
Minn. >v..ui.i <
intry
I
I Ilium......d I
I'l i :e .,
0g Orawn
i P by a m 1'eiumg
Revotu-

taela. Red
...... Thai-
land. Indeneata and the Phiiiii-
-irj.
Iheir all into thI
Ufa in Ihe hpigU
aaa* life it waa.
mil thiy have lo
groups and work harder |i
We have some way to go bafOfe
Ihe day comes when Communl '
broken, but I
I he -U.P.
\K(,t \TI\i f.M'H I-
GOOD f'MUT HARVESTS
CZECH VICE-PREMIER
ARRESTED
VIENNA. Nov 27
Cgechosiovakij nnouncad th
arreet of liudoit Vice Premiei and
former Secretary-General W the
Caeeh Communln Party in what
appeared to >* lh* pn luck
other rirastir Partv purgf
battle", lie
Pood III scared
put kit
Iran Will Sell Oil
To Eastern Blot*
'The\ Ye
always
a/
SO >vell-iiiaiiiiere in
I BHERAN '.
Deputi i'iihioi ii" i
on .mi.....nead thai ii
start sen 11 .
oI,., ... n
Ha U 11
. pit Conferenci
i ii, n ,. ,. e. onomb
nut a !>*' ind did noi
,ii aboul poUUcal via an of po-

said ir.'o bi bow "leeallj I 11
S1) oil v hi :e .1
forin- r i I ample
offers v.hnh nad
not bean Foi Ihcomiraj
H i'i. mk MO ,
Mossades-h would attend the next
i urt meeting i
h the internation-
al body'* ii
P. the oil dispute r.p
il.i.ik I L.i.i*. hai ^..
Nevei my beat.
I rare of liar-tiiu --;
h.........i cola ..nJ
ollreled".
"Ami iioiii a/ "'.....
liiilr hiii i Iksaaj
faaWpa " age / UH.....M "I gg)
poaasaai ; liui I
like ih. nj the}
la .> lip,".
" \ltm-tihti, wr ajgag in
Inn r ,1/uoi i i ril Jlltf illHUll
the hesl-bihtiinl ugmretl*
Disarmament To Be
Discussed With Russia
'net volume of expnr I p
WASH. N
1 'na ha< prosp-
ter than
ms and table grapes
M52 senson according to meeting with the General Aasem-
I ..rtment of Agnr.il-' hlv President Hi I.un Padilla
PARIS, N
I
Slates are in Inogd >k> eei
!
to thresh out disarmament urob-
i them lo do s-.. Q

seemed general
that the projected four-power
-i r
'Nervo to try and recon'.
the worl

mt
\ .i i
1,,1,liU of lloloba.
I
i
I.., TJli.-
||*i -U|l-
I be hae-l
! Iwbevg n".
The American spokesman said
the United State
the right, if it era
I

railing for surh a meeUng Ifstra-
" terda> hy Pakistan. Iraq
I
posed thr formation of .. grouj b I
inament plan- '
U.P.
Uumry". v |
*\*
There'll never be a belter ciejarotlc
du MAURIER
THI IXCUISIVI PnVTii fir* CIOAiEITE
$1.04 for SO
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PAGE TWO
BABBADOfl ADVOCATE
wrnsTsnw November 2*. isi
At TUr Theatre
THE CIRCLE
Qakib Qallinq
Tin: :.;.- ,v... wnll.i liv UIS EX< Kl LB* V
.' M.iuith..ni In I n ernor and Lady Savatv
K M- compjn.l-,1 bv Ih. Governor.
ic M.j llrnn,. Vauhan and

Joan

...id 1SJ6-.8 II
1 divortM .
,.,. "'"*'" B'-'
From Briti.h Columbi.
Until quite re- tkMR. AND Mils .
h-H iVI WORTH ar:
Mm on M.....lu b|
'"" lhe Kin Trt- * route her* then
e di
; I
possible to appreciate Hi. Circle
res*. Maugham Is one of Ml A*hworth has vl
this J**0- on several occasion! but th
yt*. me 1. m BrttWi Columtata.
.. holiday
. they arc s sylng at "Strathallan',
1
--------- .......,-. .^ .. |.. ^. .. i t a, 11 ? n
, lh. I* Ms wife* tint Visit
. have'mo- They were accompanied hv thci.
1 l/indon nt the .. '1 Martha
I n..,i BMP
play* rmiatoi in Loodon Uu threat (jrandfather
Maugham hi one peiiod Ther" _
m*R. GEORGE DOORLY .
I Usque In writing 1T* visited Barbado-. earlier thi
for the theatre. Tin- action of S* ff* ' ''
1 nmi .in : the Nine sons of M3rlin Eriwar.i
Circle has nothing; to do with Dourly of Durham mn R
Isabella IX-.rly of Barbados, to be-
lts num- la derived from ar,- come a great grandfather.
I has come A ion "Christopher" was born
lull circle. That H whal the CtfCta to his grandson Peter on October
I And hi 1821 when 8 Mr. Door I v will be 7S next
nun we.t regarded April,
ci definitely not upjn. d
Uaugfaasn found U.C.W.I. Scholarship
t.ni: .1 pUiv of the
l en divorce A MONO the pas,ngers leavinK
M CAMp, an matter ** for Jamaica las. week w.
Ol I it. |0 unhhahlUgly something Mr C. L> Barrow foim.-rlv ..
ow*. It n pupfl f [^dfc School. Mr. iiar-
t an unso- ,0vv has been awarded an Exhibi-
tor** to find the t,.,,, at the University College of
injrth-M but a period the We,t lnd.es on the results* of a
1 ----- *- ... L competitive examination held
5SSBB-2H5
- U married. "Jfi ""'"' S 2W~" "V
n b* rrusted, will ;n"mP"ll "' U"
Itatu-Qil. -.,. ,u|))gH.t nop", after completing In, d.-Ki..-
< .111 BIN I linu 111111:
li
Htre For Christmas
EN FAIitWKAi'HKK n Rarba-

>>l course to

1 'he Diploma in
Super-Star Show
way u a
. New York audimca
rnfnTi audience was not
howew llarludian
audieAe and ihetr reactions were T1
very hp^iu.,,1 ba the Srtt Act Not M i-AHKK uasawarded
even U.........,,1 lo n,1(, ** 'rvt prW hn the Super
the conversations hi a drawing ?,,i,r Ta'pl" Show was held at the
room -*er> ndttU md we hud G|ore Theatre over the week-end.
to wait a long lime for Greta Clarke sang the ila ilc^l tune
it and Frank Collymore "Bless This House."
to fivp u cause for laughter. In .,,
Michael Timpson Mnc ron,fS,"U look part. This
as th* aggrieved husband nyf|w,w repeal performanc* Ol ihe
Individual actiiiH per-l *"'w- ('n ,h*' nnit occasion the
form.-.*-,- of the evening, with u<|8^ did not arrum it
Jai Groumlth as a clie run- ^*"<'<"'d prize wenl to tatnaget
Onrll Grandeinin who aang
ti charm 10 her dn- Hi.., ." it was expected thai
Acull jiart, nnrt ihe surline^. of these twu Taten*. winner.. wilMcm
Dtrrk ,,.: ,,,,, ,m. viru.nt shortly.
was oonvii'cuift if nwootonoij
lima* .,f Ui. 1 Firit Vuit
third Act. Bv in... ti,m. .,11
loll. .11 home in VfUS. INEZ JACKSON of New
( the theatre" of ItJ. York Cily arrived in the
the fT" net ktsell av.slstod the isUn.il over the wecn-end by
ahoWln| what thrv l W.I.A. She came from New Y"

1 Jamaica. Puerto Rico nnd An-
, Tn? S*?- "" -'""""'r succeca tigua.
Sis '^^iis^^ss^sri
i,f,,.. :,"!,,'."' '' '*- H.rbr HIU. It
11 ...,. ill M'inl"l-
but >n still too |: ... I..21 She was ......mii.iim.d b, her
I" il.riv. Ihe full l,enrnt of the ,u ' "** r"m'* Tull. a Barba-
Clrele-m a Comedy ol Manner. dl "' who ha b,-pn "v'n I" ln'
In the 'twenties.
li.R.<. Radio I'ra^aaar
rirM-r \ovimmb ta, mi
-------FiiKitr. 11 m n ...
I"' ' > \ v. .''.
LVewi -
II MM HUH
,".N W 1 '" The rj.ll.
> 3 4* pm MK- VGLttZm
N..rth ..| s.,111, nj v,
Thr S411, Ahtcaiu in p, mtP.io,^
.. S.,
Owhiatta.
. 4-1 p m
in r,. .Ui >
pa, 7 ia pm
SIM U.MM
and lh FUlurc
T IAlaflS m.
lfr" Cto-optraiivM aad o^ n.i
? **"""/ "P ' P" TV.-.,
?i^11?,^ 'i- "' ""iH> N-w,ei
pjt WM..B*.,,! or Aeeeum. Ml pro
*.'i'PdJe> ,.1 S' w. > p m aWuu
! r ' ' i- Me* L M m ,, m
" IMP .,i.!.... in u o m
.... ., r,lC ''">.SMMK
ia!SPsK,AV VOVRM )Mi
it if l
Chtx
U.S.A.. for the past 42 years. Mr
Tull told Curib that she is very
much Impressed with the change
made In Barbados.
M ratttl Md From Korean
ml in New
- H is a Cap-
taln in Ihe Me.li!
ol Mm 1 s A,,, h.. *rlfe Noi
ma Is u gr.iduate ar.
Columbia t'rn.'erslty and Assist-
ant Architect for the City of New
York
Part of his leave he plans to
spend in Surinam with his wife
ond when they leave there about
December 21st their next stop
will he- Barbados where they will
1 1 i.stmas. They cxi>ect lc
l-e heir for a little .
Air,.:
Friends
MR. CEORGE U CUMMINGS
of Springiield, Massachu-
setts, arrived on Mood I
by B.W.I.A. from Puerto Rit
for a vi.it with Mr.
IVter Morgan of St I-
Hotel at whose weddniK be was
Mr. Ciimmiiigs and Mr. Mor-
i-'-"i ware togMthaf al Hotel
Seh.-.i 111 Bwitaarland and sub-
iquanU} n Uu Cimba Hilton,
BbB .lu.r. i-urrto Rico where
Mi. I lun adngs .,1 ptescnt
Purchasing Agent
He -ill prol-ably bo in Bar-
bados for ubout two weeks.
For Ihe Winter
IN BARBADOS (ol lha unil.i
are Dr. and Mrs. A Chlloru
Jack of Montreal They arrived
'I. 1 ,.|,
UMoes- and are staying at the
Marine lloiel
Also arriving by the Lidy
RodrMQ end ftayini at tne Mar-
I* ...... R. (.'...,t
Dr. Cowan is spend-
isaaka* holiday while hi.
we is remaining for the wutta.
With Cable And Wireleti
MR. RUDY KJIUUN who had
been in Barbados lor tin.,
rolktaj returned to St.
Vincent mi Monday by B.G. Alr-
V". 1 V lh I- ..[ 1 : .,] .-.,
ui fal.le ;,ml V.11
that colony.
During his holiday he was slay-
ing with his parents Mr. and Mrs.
Irwin Kirton of "Sandown". ron-
ti. belli-.
Incidental Intelligence
WHEN BOAf ^.-i the Comets
01 service. N. w Yorkers will
be able to take a swim in ller-
mudi and dry themselves at
home,Sir Miles Thomm* i ntflH
York yesrerdao.
l r 1
Rupert and the Lion Rock39

In ihxir hint rh
i shonsr -... down
find it ksdt nghi o
Rock. "Thi* tHey
btiidt lha lit*. Hi. -
w,- osseke." .houn
Thty mmM. ind ilutr
l th dM*IM I ' I
Antifua Appointment
MR. FRANK WILLOCK. B Sc ,
On ,.. M,.
U
da
:h' Antigua CJrammiit
served

Ai.Ihuj where !_%_;
worked on the junior staff of dV
A. i.ulture Department for three
years. He returned to Canade
.n Acurultun- _l
A^t leuttun
'
His Canadian wife ,.
igptcted to arrive in Antigua
a fortnight
Royal Calypso
LATKST additions to the grow-
ing library of calypsoes on.
gramophone lUBOrdi nre I RSM
fael ("The Ltaar*} |
went to London from
to sing with the Trinidad AH
Btee| ivteussion Orchestra dur-
ing the Festival of Britain last"
His first recording ha*
jusi been issued in London, with
Grant's Cai
Rhythm accompanying. On '.:_
-i-itnish Calypso" and df,
I Is 'Royal Weddin"
Calypso." an amusin.:
about what happened to The'
Lion when he was invited to the:
wedding of Princess Elizabeth
Philip.
Cartb Beit Seller
MR. PATRICK LEIC.H-FF.Rat-
OR. sttttMr of "Th.- Trsri
aUer*i Tpcc." the bi
story of a Journey through the
Caribbean, has been awarded a
i 100 priM m .- literature
competition organised Lv the
Sunday Times of Ixmdcn. Th*
paper describes the volume as "a
first book by a "Writer with a
penlus (or description and an
BtJte for knowledge."
Talkint Point
U '.on f,-ll rloirn i/esterdap.
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IIIVf>lHV NOVKMBF.B :. ISM
BABBADOS AD\i
I'M,I rilBEF.
-J^^i
y"^um^^
Labour Cause
Needs Help
"Age Grouping Rotten9
-~Says WARtf
~~-


?.,.
\
LI I i a>gftm |[
Eveivbody (hat sal in the failure but had to do it because that they offended Ihe labourer*.
of Assembly when the people were promised thai But utill the Government MM
Jlltt.000 were voted to send Bar- they would be sent out whenever telling the peasants to pool then
...n emigrants to the U.S.A. emigration was possible. An m together.
i I BOUBMI told UN kTl"w thal ,he scheme would be mold pfftfW 10 '
( balky Mount St failure and knew that he was from Mexico and Jamaica because
thai tb labour doing wrong, Mr. 1- E. Ward said these place* were nearer to her
It a political inert inn held by (h< the labour cheaper.
assistance and it is for them the Electors* Association at Pip Corn- The Government should have
worker- || assistance cr on Monday night in the sup- taken Mr. Crawford's advice and
HI Decem- V- -i.'Matures of Mr. spent the money on building
I and giving their MJpport to 3. A. Wateolt and himself. roads whtafc would Rive thi
Mr. Ward said thai the Labour people employment for MM mm
i T* B*ur"e *" i-^kitig at the Tarty was not giving the people Added this. Barbados unlike
Labour F' ,,i meeting: all the amenities thai they were Jamatea was not properlv
which was held in support of her talking about. represented m America and was
laturr for o seal in the None of the people knew : Ullage of. Hal part.
ti would get DMt Mt that a permanent represent.- mp| b ^ ^'P"?
taUve off the parish at the forth- year, but they knew that "< "~ -a" - .< - * owners, the Colonial Govern
ga On raie 5
Riot Damage
1X>NI>UN
In the Mou-.,* <.f Qm
HawMBjgan 21. Mr. Thomas. Rood

i h the Colunu
*hat was the v.iluc of iLim;..
I'l.'lll 'hits I" I I I
Gaol flreol
- iaV
of the Inter* i

lowiaat yeab BO bn-ek
Gangsters escaped
i
gang .tressed M
armeit,wtth machine guns.
' "
Then
going up and that the price
Although tha loud BpeaUni mam was going up. Nobody was posal to send Barbadians to the
us refused to work there coming to them and tailing them hinterland of British Honduras.
i the Evans pro-
out .illU
various t\
Among those arha addressed the
electorate were Mr. F. L. Walcott
Mr. Jome* A. Tudor, and Mr
O. H. Adams.
and the British taxpayer, respee-
Mr. Oliver I.i Helta*, llw Colo-
D.nu.i ;.
GrenaJa
strike is now estimated at abo'.i
uld not be safis- lncurrod_ ***
h Honduras
,m .-^ .. ... ... .^U...B M.... rillliriMMu in (I 111(11 llVIHtUHi _I1_J
renTauIeT to* taa^^hc 'hal **** ""'"** **' **'**" *'*** *hl- "?Uk ,"U'U' "' ** bcc-uw ^
The labour people in Eng
tried a Labour CMVortunanl and
Ihe result was that England was
liankiupt. Tha Labour Govern -
ment in England had the people
starving as the Labour Ootnn
ment of Barbados will surely do.
The West Indies were getting rf , hl^, ^ f Uv" b t ne
Sif -T ,Z fn fif ^U8ar ,Qday *new that th.v could do lot t"
because the British Government curt, ^ ^.^ v
wanted the West Indies to pro- ,. wuUi liu M ltshln
t^W-^1*-,^,;f0^J,h^,LnV',hi"' 'hev got DOW
he said. "Tout and God's rain _,__ n. h.Istna ahititv
SEA WE'LL
pawaes Pavnl
\l\.ls |iv S W I \ o-. WIIMIU
AII\ Art^l- PtHm TSnrMn

From THUCfDAD K T Mum],
Goodtnuin. J. "eiwi. H Appi".hit<>. N
'-a. M Dalnh. li
-. Clnrhr. (
O Sort. It IV I.
From WH
Hi
' ' IT Phdptw n rt
VDfCDrT tVlwln join
Harold Ksm*u.. Wllbvrt Wlli. rran
i-IW
P>om I'l i .. I Dowen.
0m A-.h worth. M-ii-i
'
arta, MhiMi

HirtHIlM* Ml RWI. ON
M0HBA1
i- i
i [i. i
-. Shu.-m
I'M TRINIDAD Aithi.r D lav*. Arthur
.... ! . B tti : Urn -i >.ii wnrl
j.'.0 M*mn Waakburo.
.

r<>i st
t t
SVir MAKTlNigt t
Skxni..." -J nun a..4 C..i Lai
'fO-Jrwn li
Urvnaii. L.i.ir.1 Mntnn riar
gUftlll
getting back pay: not Ward or in.
Labour Party or anybody else.
JO Ch-rTsms The Labour Party was diabotMtf
hen they said that they got
back pay for the workci
"If you ~.vl
will see that there is not much
difference between ours and the
Labour Party's," he s-id. Do
think that Barbados with its
ft] i rfttftl
and ruJve*'to"curdown forested *f.000 An accUrale saniant
kill snakes before thev could find te% 'mp*iMr since the \
living conditions claims ivlate to Urlhftl .OS*
Coming to Ihe cost of l.vmg. he -lles^i to lUVft Ix-er. stolen No
was not savinK that the Birbados l*1 \ lhr * T".?^"
Cnvemment was responsible for *he culpnU or the LnlUxl King-
dom taxpayer. A claun by tin- ln> d
flgrteollural association for com-
pensation amniinliog to C4V436 Ift
: uninsured or inuruur.i-
H It currad iy prtvaM
ownera is now being considered
by the Oreoada Go\'enunent. The
Grenada OftVTIunftnt will bJm
meet the cost of pspalrinj| or f-
plftellMj Government prop-r^^
i p
/ > OtBASS) ( Ot /i/r.iV
not \/>/; t\ CAOtO
i w-- N
A I n
apokmaa said M
injuries
when Uftftkftd by .i
1
Bftnapeh iftahaantial trao ! C i
! nlstaken for .. I
V.P.
TORNADO
.7^ -y\
.
you thing that Barbados with its , ",,
economy can do what the Labour iTi!"!:
trolled in FTigland but as soon
the Rnglish exporter was tending
out In- Ki-ods. there was nw con-
ti.! I! | .', f It th.,t t dele-
K'tson shotH.i be sent up to the
.', '.w Secretary of Slate for the Cotonkos
and make demands just as BMtflr-
n.ante did.
Mr. Ward said that the Welfare
an v m,t
ne and promise to you?
"Barhndos Is too small; it prim-
arily produces children and tiv
sugar and its economy
fll these promucs.''
factory owner, was getting fl per
lOD EpM for his sugar factory
while the labourer was only gel-
hii- ting ICV-. He never had to pay
back cud cent while the labourers
had to pay bftCh tVftry oatrt that
Spa*king on LUngration. Mr. they got from the Labour Wel-
Ward said that the Barbados Gov- fare Fund. His party felt that the
eminent voted $102,000 the last labourers should be given up to
session to send emigrants tn one third of what they borrow
Everybody in the Mr. Smith recommended in the
; House of Assembly at the time House thai the Government should
Joseph knew that he mi doing wrong bring in u*ftCtorl to ttftlp I
send mem to America. Every unit. The Government could not
bodj knev that u would be a do hag wen afraid
BR1SI
A freak tornado near Brisbane
\. f( into the Vi
and (fropped on)
v.trdf a u '- rftUafd
lion,. pevM 'Ih .. M *
w hirUd a barn
aod a noo-g.iiiini uusi Into kbo
..Mil pnekeu fenca poati
LI rnlaaftrj bj
13 people.
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I'M.I I III R
BABBADOS ADVOCATE
'\II.M~I>\\ MIVKMBEB . 1931
BARBADOSjfe^i.AOVtgffE
Pria,*, .> ih> UnM r< ltd *-< H fci'-''
u,,I..,.,).,,. Navembat :s. 1:>I
M.YI'I
IN days M/Mn
. more Urwl ol ;irmed
n 1-, \. to set- in
BriM in a
throw bach to the nays <>f Jtngotmn The
imn-Hntish peoples of ihc world accus-
tomed to the enormous might and power
of mi | which no sun sets have
cither disinterested in Gnat
Bnt.un's futllre as world power or
actively hostile. 'It I yet jjrown
to Russian imperialism and,
indori i ,m with West-
ern >'ii racy, they fondly
imagine that a world in which British
lH?n eliminated
peace would triumph.
Those who know Grot) Britain and other
countries of the British Commonwealth
where the British way ol life has been
successfully grafted into fttbef continents
know bow stupid these impressions are.
They know that Greaj Britain's continu-
al i Greal power is essential to the
peace d which we all desire.
But the world is not principally inhabited
b\ lovers ol the British way of life, and
little skill or imagination to
i tura of "perfidious Albion" or
Of a British lion rampant seeking what
people it can devour.
: to tins picture of en agitreasiva
nation seeking political domination and
world influence is the economic argument.
This |m.mts to Malayan rubber and tin
Mar earner for the sler-
Greal Britain Of
exploiting otter countries Tha prop
dists have done their work well. And they
have had a major success in Egypt. The
silent demonstration o[ marching thous-
ands in Cairo and Alexandria this month
has caused many to reflect that the Egyp-
tians really want the British out of Egypt
Workers in British camps hove gone away
except for a small number from jobs
which were relatively highly paid by
tian standards.
The question of Britain's presence in
Egypt touches Egyptian honour. Yet
Britain') presence in the Canal Zone is
still considered vital to the defence of the
free WOl Id Mutl Britain bow to the storm
and try to find an alternative military
hase ? Which will be the lesser evil, Egyp-
tian repudiation of a valid treaty or the
use ol British military force against a
civilian population In a country whose
very indejx-ndence is safeguarded by the
presence of British troops there?
Supposing an alternative base were
found, would the United States be pre-
pared to pay a large part of the cost of re-
moval ?
The future of Egypt la not a subject for
comforting speculation. Only those who
have become indoctrinated with the active
virus <1 anii-Biitish hatred can approve
of the vvr> real difficulties which confront
the United Kingdom in this regard.
i m;>iii.<>y>ii;\t
THE visit of Sir George Seel's Labour
Adviser to Jamaica last week i* a remind-
er of the West Indies' unemployment
problem. That problem in its most acute
form exists in Jamaica.
During the last great war Jamaica made
Its i'wn arrangements with the United
States lor sending seasonal labour to that
country. This policy was adopted by other
British Caribbean territories and ended
in a certain jockeying for quotas which
annoyed the American employers and ex-
acei beted Inter-Caribbean Jealously a.
In July 1951. a Regional Labour Board
formed to m laonsj labour
requirements with the United States on a
representative buius. Members of the
Board are drawn from all participating
British Caribbean territories. The Board
hn^ ten is Kingston and a
staff in Washing11 n of between twenty-
five and thirty people The Washington
stair negotiates with employers and pre-
pare, contracts for each worker and pro-
vides liaison officers to visit the men at
work. Representatives "i the United
Stati "t deration will be
present :n Kingston during the Board
nice!: | ens n Saturday.
The machinery for providing temporary
outlets for unemployed West India:
well oiled. But only Jamaica gets the
benefit of the employers" contract to pay
ftgtg back to Jamaica or its equivalent.
Islands like Barbados ought to be think-
ing hard in an effort to stop the subsidisa-
tion of privileged workers to the United
States at the expense of local capital
works and of providing employment for
those left behind.
The American employers arc quite will-
ing to recruit Jamaicans only and every*
knows that Jamaican needs are great-
er than our: but Barbados has need
and a sound "seasonal emigration" policy
is badly needed.
These *
make my
HEADLINE today
Bernard Wicksteed learns the rules of the
Parliamentary pastime of Pate-spotting
below, and if they weren't proficient in their headtnp recognition

know a l ii.it
IPR0P06I Maj U eawUBI baldness among rru.j .... Hal whatever the lyilrm .n,-
uluyed. the watchdog* ol the Press.
I know it sound* an irreverent approach to pulttu*. but at you looking down like gargoyles from
will understand shortly h ban an Important l*anng on the manage- the gallery, kr.ow them all. ju-l ..-
men! and 'iv. and is therefore a legitimate topic they know that Mr. Speaker's wig
for discussion. has patch like half a crown
You I.' the top* of their heads that parliament- top, and that the roof of his ornate
nry reporter-, in th< Prat* Gallery Identify the ppsskSia OB 'he floor chair Is covered with lino.
The Press Gallery over-
hangs the Chamber like the
dress circle in thuttre. so
member who speaks from
one of the back benchei
not seen at all by the re-
porters immediately above
him. He has to be identi-
fied by sound not sight.
line reporter was telling
BM that '"' years he has
ine Tory member (Of Tor-
ii.i>.*e* Ma voice, but has
ad what he looks
Now that the voice hat
ved lo the other side of
House and become a face
blessed If he can pick
out
1
Dubik life when I went to the
gallery this week la have a look
at the m* House, and noticed thai
now they've chunked aides, UK.'
fielders nt cncki'
Afferent
Qallery View
>allv l.\prrss.
SUrwl..r.l
READERS nf the I
Ivrnliu I
SfsssjasSa
MARVEL T THE VARIOUS
TRICKS WITH SO FEW HAIRS
I wiMiu SUniljr.l. i --^w 'jfN vflT like
rlf JmihiI mid m. s. ,i, f*~J*\ (' S\ /" "->
I from men sitting perched in L ^J irtt7 -* k.....i> i' A. / ***>^"'VaH h* '"
for six years thev have iden- 7^^. - nlm '
i: m Mi liookshaiik.
Ort atal minaret sur-
mounting Mr Dalton. and the twin
peaks (fore and aft) of Hocoa
B D \\ i Maxwell Fyfc
The Tories have a clear minority
nan
meat
the
... f.., .. .. .i
below by tiv
shapes of tat hi id and tha
..! .>, fares.
Now that the parties have
. ve 11... I tn l.irt
all over asain. It Is the SoelsUati
they study with I critical barberV
cye view, and the Tories they look
lii the f.i' <
For reporters sitting on the 00"
I da of the gallery it la
naturally vice-versa.
Contrasts
M where the Impa
ii.iMm enten into i*>ii-
bcrnuse bald heads n...?..- '"
easy recognition No reporter
could ever confuse the two pairs ,
r the pas, and the p.i,n. Pre- *SJ
No Notes
TltlCTI.Y speaking, it 1:
1 forbidden to report the speech-
made in Parliament, you know.
The ban on publication, dating
The Tones have a clear majority b Ih -,f ..Bip. |.,B1..,, Kmii
or polls in the evening. At the _. .,._,,. , ,,,.,. .,
U.K. WANTS MORE
SUGAR, TIMBER, COTTON
LONPON.
First practical plan to enable the Colonial
Empire to play its part in easing Britain's
momic position has been placed before the
British Cabinet by Mr Oliver Lyttelton, the
Colonial Secretary.
It envisages increased production ol Col-
mal commodities to add to Britain's supply
>f raw materials. Materials are needed not
only for Britain's rearmament drive, but also
f i a renewed housing programme and for
export goods.
Three commodities that are wanted in
1'ieater quantities from the West Indies
>ugar. Sea Island cotton and British Guiana
limberare specifically mentioned in Mr.
I yttelton's plan. Full details of the means to
icrease production, however, have not yet
been worked out, but a full investigation has
beail started by the C.lonul Office into the
Legibilities of improving Colonial output.
It is expected that the scope of the sugar
talks now going on in London will be broad-
ened to cover Mr. 1,yttelton's proposals.
Increased sugar production in the West In-
dies. Fiji and Mauritius is largely a matter
of financial and political arrangement and
if Mr. Lyttelton wants to stimulate produc-
tion, he must offer the Colonial producers
the protection they demand of better prices
and guaranteed markets
FOR FINEST
CHRISTMAS CARDS
or ixM
first the Government had 13 bald
l mx fur the Opiiosition,
and at the second the gap had
H (oc the Tories to II
,ii'
imprisonment
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, in irlj
I'M.- paneltj
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The first reporters had to re-
member not only faces and tops of
heads, they had lo memorise the
speeches as well, for they weren't
allowed to nuke notes. Dr, John-
son used to employ "meni(>i> man"
in tell him what wan said and then
writ.' up his reports of Parliament
ncthods of
One
On then
thinly disguised bald beads from that.
with which in.-it-ij-ntcr must keep rs II*
eonsta.nl> fUDtiClty
hanging as members try out new '
amouflage D Y the lime Dickens became a
D parliamentary reporter note-
Is at the varteD at taking was allowed, but In the
% there are of spreading a Commoni he had to wrile on bj|
brSa3 legislator, favour the aideways "i"*^1!^1 St"!*;? i"11.
i .,.! .. ., !.. th ton and >-^"u " "
aft prn'
And opposite, thr Under of Ihf N* poHUw and the Press arc
Opposition peaka from beneath ., Some boldly concentrate what so interwoven that parliamentary
perfect doUrhocephallc oi long- hall li left in a single defiant Government as we know it in this
he.dcd pati like t brnwn egg lying streak, and others devote goodness country woulrt not work without
known how much care lo impart- publicityami the accurate iden-
IquallT distinct is the broad, ing curl In tha strands that sur- tlflcation of speakers b> th.i
bare plain that tops thr new lead- viv.
liers. for Instance.
Thrre. on the Government front
bench, the voice of Mr. Churchill
dome, tinged with pink like St
Pauls Cathedral at MB
what anthropologists would
head.
hyeephalk n
1.1
.inlled SUte. I>efence Srcre- WlMi
Ury Robert l...rti ha> arrived kii i an
Pranee to inspect mil I Ury In- Itussia
atal Unions. What sUte of pre- Certain
paredneas will he find*' A Brlllkh paaCC i
How S* -iig IK i: S ARMY?
Its Hgeli ffllallia3 SUl 4.111 Vltlft U A 111 'El-
ed that we
ahead with the task.
NOT YET
There has been a fretl Cnengh
tn broad policy. The general plan
alter I he wai was In build up a
manpower army which would
hold some form uf lineai defsnoa
he event of attack bj the
a European Army of this The armoured division must use
I shall be able to talk to |U mobility to attack the enemy
from s.renglh i the most when he l1* weak and avoid light-
method ot obtaining ing streng.h.
To judge from my own On the other hand, the In-
expert on armoured warfare gives discussions wltli the Russian! fantry division is a slower mov-
Utr answer toward*, the end of the war I do ing and harder-hitting formation
si nud visit to l1"' believe they will ever dare It needs heavy tanks both for de-
France in order to tea for myself ' advance again.t us m Europe fence and attack In position war-
how the biropean Army plan- ""- " * of ,hc ktnd '"'
are getting on now ,lom8 created it is now accep
H |00d talking about thr We have not go! it yet lot that must have heavy and
..,,.,,. ., ... w, w,. .,,,. | .. eleai Brttab ha. fous dh - tanks ft ins two roiea and that
turn iho ulk into armed men | "OS in Germany with the hope a dual-purpoae Unk la noiwen-e.
nut fuigeiitng the atom bomb ,,f another division l>eing available it was never anything else.
and the fcl itrpWMI BOt* ftsvi ''* Thf' United State* Is due to The Germans worked hard to
their function But nattbei alters " *ix divisions In Germany by develop the technique for this
the need for a Western A.m.. 1h* | <' '9fl rrame alms to form of mobile warfare over
a report thai Oeneral Baen- hvc 10 dwuuins ready by the period of two yean before ihc
hewOf -s netting on with the mb cr"' of l951- rhf Benelux coun- war, and with fully equipped ar-
of creating the Western Army. "' should provide another five moured divisions, it is a deep
He haa succeeded in obtain ing the or six divisions study and takes considerable
complete confidence ..t every one lime. Thus they were ready when
Vaver-Trts ~SH JSgy^.,
10 or 50 d'vls'ons which we need prppare ti1P technique which we
cannot possibly be Jllled without nc0fl l0-day for this form of war-
I quota from Germany. The fare_ havc b^.,, pfps,
ways in which the German share wveral years that we should do
of the European Army is to be M( hut w|thoul auccw,.
built up have not yet been set-
tied In detail nut the necessity TAtflKI V. YV*
tor it has beer, scceptad. l.-/UiVL*Ei Irn^i
What must we now do o as to u ^ argued that as we would
not have the troops availabl
carry out this role for some time
we need no: at present concern
More recently counter propo- I IIEj l/\lll\d ourselves with the technique
sals were made that the Western which would be needed. This
nations should build up forces First we mu#t realise the great quite wrong. A long period passed
,'imsi.intg of infantry and ar- difference between armoured and before we accepted the necessity
moured divisions in about equal Innntrj divisions. The former to use this modern type of
Strength If Ing Russians advanr- must be highly mobile. They Let us hope that we will not
rut us the former would mUSI be able lo move rapidly repeal this long delay before
from which Ihs round the enemy forces and re- develop the technique for these
latin would launeA theli attacks main then- f.n ..petitions.
in co-OVentlOn wltil Strong tune I'-ii' ticni .mi.- the war there has been
I .t;..,i i, (oree, These propoaau did tanUy In the early a dearth of ofheers with real i
,,, now ., iipted. atages of the w.ir ami gained nerteace in armoured warfare
ih.ie is a general hope Ih.. the d* K ihe higher posts on the General
nations will be able to Our armoured divisions must Staff and as commanders. This
I perhaps 50 divis- not be given heavy weapOM such should be re-tifled, for it has been
ring the next hvn v..n .- bSOVj Unks. which increase the cause of these delays.
; of tlieni will be their admlnistiat.ve tail and (World Copyright Reserved)
armoured divisions, therefore reduce their mobility UE.S.
much lamer Rusmi.ii l.... Tin- ' 0* t.^'V'n Arm, ready
would have had little chance ol In '<> " """'
THE TANKS
sm-ce-s.
BY THE WAY ..
B> II. a. hrombfr
T'MK ottetal reason given for an great railway
tngu I i H
Irnln up bill tin* othei da) wa

Ijick of steam! And there la
that man at llabingtim "with more
itoesn tb.m 1 know what to do
with Ha cannot move I
It emanates from him like egl*
sliell from a grocer's beard St
twilight. Doctors My be is suffer-
ing from Schnockenspieler's dis-
ease of the respiratory glands.
There he is. "teaming like one ,ot
Wibbsa aeujiaai
Iceland geyser The who|
lo colic
lTit.1 lb
t Ihe
'.W/.V,W,W.',
.**',*-V-V-*,','-',*,%*
Plenty of timber is available in the Colo-
iee, particularly in British Guiana, British
Honduras and the African territories. Mr.
' vttelton's advisers are reviewing the labour
.id shipping problems that have prevented
Sritain making full use uf these valuable
resources.
Britain's post-war housing shortage has
I i-i: caused primarily by lack of raw mate-
Is. The new Government has set itself a
housing target of 300.000 new houses a year
and it must find timber and other materials
ham somewhere if this target is to be reach-
That is one reason why urgent attention
ij being given to the possibility of using Col-
inial hardwoods in British houses.
Hardwood is more expensive and more
difficult to work than the softwoods to which
British builders are accustomed. The prob-
Um would involve changes in working prac-
tices if the fullest possible use is to be made
of these potential Colonial supplies.
Most of the Colonial cotton which Britain
hopes to obtain will come from Uganda, but
here is an important contribution to be made
by Sea Island cotton, which is needed to
manufacture the high-quality good;- which
Uave made Britain's textile industry so im-
portant in the export drive to dollar coun-
tries.
Other commodities wanted from the Col-
onies include copper, manganese, vegetable
<>iis and petroleum. Each of these has its own
production problems, which will have to be
straightened out by Colonial Ofltce experts,
in consultation with the Colonial Govern-
ments.
Mr. Lyttelton believes that comparatively
minor measures would produce quick results
in Colonial production and it is hoped that
practical results will become evident early
next year. Large-scale projects requiring
heavy capital investments, such as the East
African groundnuts scheme, will be avoided.
Mr. Lyttelton is an expert on securing sup-
plies of raw materials and when his appoint-
ment as Colonial Secretary was announced a
lew weeks ago, political observers in London
predicted that the new Government envis-
aged a vast drive for more commodities from
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I RECALL I ti.ni-f.miii*- on
thebranrh lint from BnalnhBM '"/ The Tra/fir'* Rtmr
I rlap (via f> SUET. ISQ, spent yesterduy
Bunoombe. Snyothe. Chortlewych Ks drivlni round the atrvets to
rmd Bottle Did). The Ma^or of oiMtTVf. wrllln .specu of the
Klppenrinlairr made ..n appeal, irafflc pmblem. Al ihe corner of
and those living neai the line Mallock-road the following dia-
raught the Mv.., fi,., their tea- |oguc took place betwwn Suet and
kettles and pushed It through old (in (>mc,a) _
bits of piping which they con- -why can(, th*y send them
Urge disused roxmd jruus^ of gtralght on'
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nil. ... iit 7't ,._., fro'" ,he opposite direction."
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trees coaxing cats, there might be November 15, ISSt : A bonus going In both directions "would
a devilish deal of honing ere lump (j Inch by 1 inch) of Grade ovoid mch other."
nightfall Boyi pasting the Cloud- V| coal is lo be given, ISX-tree, .. -rioth dircctlona, Mr Suet
enveloped house i\.ke roghorn any hoiiieholder who returns hi* "1 mean going backward and
>f 1 ewt. of coal for\v ^ to the'traffic
! this Cadi/ harbour inerchant The tonnage as a whole, not to ench vehicle,
iily of our tlM bo exported to "Oh."
, with
,t Hmicomb* Station. Each
.. i j i itei ii ail Duinviiiua ouiivii. ixivii
^^ iSeH p.j, hS fai"n "** heiMseM fn,m ""
when he cratche his
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wmriow
cistern, which
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the leas! one
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"docile but vigorous and hardy" queen bees.
It took him 15 years to produce the strain
he wanted British-bred pure Italians,
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Now he has 75 colonies off the main Lon-
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sent through the post in small narrow cages
to all parts of the world
Rarely does Mr. Calridge use a veil or
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from a cigarette is enough.
"Under certain conditions." he said to-day.'
"you can pick them up in handfuls without!
being stung. They are really too disciplined,
and do not look after themselves enough."
Mr. Claridge's worrying time is when
other swarms trespass and occasionally mate'
with his queens. That upsets the strain. "It
is one of the banes of my life." he said.
But his queens cannot escape. Their I
wings are clipped.
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NnwcaoAi v.vr.MBrt . iki
IHKBXIKX ADVOCATE
PACE FIVE
THORNHILL SENTENCED TO HANG
For Murder
Lorry Driver
Of

I
Tosecu
i ,-turned

EWAKT OWEN THORNHILL, a bus driver of the Ivy ^ght*r' or "
Land, was yesterday sentenced to be handed by The Hon. Murder. *"* said ai the i_n<
The Chief .lud^e. Sir Allan Cullymore, after a jury fnund lawful killing of ii per*.n wltl
him tfuiliv of murdering 39-year-old Leroy Worrell, a malice aforethi-..
lony uwner of Bank Hall, on August 6. The jury were figHg^ "^" .
an hour and a half deliberating.
As the foreman pronounced the verdictguilty,
Thornhill's cheit began to heave as he breathed heavily.
and his eyes were red He was asked whether he had
anything to say. but he did not reply
Thornhill was represented by ~"
Mr. Lorenzo Williams who told
the jury that the caw was one of
criminal negligence and not a'cate
of murder.
Mr. W W. Reece. K.C.. Solicitor
General, prosecuted for the crown.
Hundred* of people were outside
the Courtyard waiting to hear the
verdict and possibly paa the police
vin lax.- Th.fuli _*ofc
The poll..- towajMT, took the
Pit* Ml ' v, .. i.l U ixU-rs 1( ....
Abcut Hi hi Minute* after the
verdict was given. riaaHMtor
who had lell Ui raurt and
reached the Junction of Pinfold
and Roebuck su-erU. lay. rolled
In the read and urpl. *_yin_
"Oh; oh? Owen U gone, fat gone,
U gon '"
On in.- irM daj of hagilng. the
Prosecution railed 17 .
.iddressed
the jury for 35 minutes. Mi Raw
for nearly an hour and than the
Chief Justice BUIlUMll up.
Return Trip
The Prosecution's case was thai
a_ club of the Girls' Industrial
Union had an excursion at St
I.ucy on August 6. Thornhill was
driving one of the buses which
took the people and Woricll was
driving his lorry, ffben ih-
vehidr. wore returning, WorraU
and Thornhill w> i i
Hk) trying t overt ike e. Worrell passed mil Thornhill on
the improper side at lM
occaaton and another time when
one was attempting In pan the
other, the vehicles war* brought to W
a stand-still as they war* rakuifl hill.
-
ASSl/r DIARY
Wednesday
No. 21 Re\ fl Wilbert Blackmail
No 34 Rex v* James Williams 1 liur- it.
No. M R>\ u ThriM'lliln-Ctarac
Na, n Rex v Simeon Springrr
No. 21 Re* v* Rrrtr 1 in Hard and tironce Bulls. Friday
No. 4 Rex vs F.lberl Brown
No. IB Rex v* Oliver Mill-iiiKion and Bertram Hard
Driving; vtiui Intent
ii Tha

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7.41 o't-i. k rcatoraai m*n-
lag. Explu-ton-s coilnHctl
during lite da> and l_N I
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ii i> agd tsaaan _r_M>*"M
doing ihe actual _vn_rml.ii;
bin a ^r>nio -I -o. ul a dnie*
roouat !->. m mi rs_a*
k Um mi .tier rarh
SJSBBBhM l" I "He I I'll -um
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each other. opened his uonkmlV al
When they eventually reach:-.! .ind at another tab
town. Worrell started a row with from the bus. though, he did not
Thornhill and at MM time Thorn- rae them.
hill pulled out a penknife and at George Brewster had I
another hail two stones In his "hat he did not know Wbothei
hand, but he never used either Th.nnhiil had intended taking
One witness told the Court he those who were m the bus nen
heard Thornhill tell Worrell. "You home or in the bug stand .
are out for trouble and i! you do "But the fact remains," he said,
not leave me I will do sorm-lhinit "'hat he had gone to Belrnom
to you this same night Corner when tic turned back
Ho left after the row. drove to You hnvr- seen ;' p|g
iwln defer*



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that then-

nature thai
as- could exp
There .
W.in.-II that bC had been loOfc- ''I111'"'"!!
ing for trouble and if he did not v'"'
leave In.n he WDUld hOTO BJSg it hl11 '
that same night and because of -d a pananhTa W
that ihe jury would know whal "* hu<1 stones, but I
strength to attach to Ii. eJihcrr^
He raminded teie jury thai it Tfl
was for the Prosecution to Thornhill ru>
their ense beyond a reas- 'ar aa ] mm
onabst doubt If thev felt that relumed and could
WOrrtll wai killed neeidentjdlv m the Qtieci.' P
or had any doubts ns to Thorn- 'i>'"icii to g> to ih.- bus
rtla'i inn ! i bay should w,'n I
return ;> verdict of not RUllti "t enMrerjr roi marri
imiT.I Thj
Worrell n i hi <
I'lnkiiiic Opeieil Hrueh with Ihe
Mr, Rasjca f^i tha Pro
hat there was no doubt that htH'i intention fron
II started the row. Thorn- them of
he reminded them. had Mi tUgfM ,, n- had
Christmas
Footl Will
Cost MtHt>
Queen e: Housr
(ii'ls Hepaireil
And Painted
Park \\* l>c.'i. i i
cr 11-pairs
uring carried |
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Ihe Arnual Indus-

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tones "ursion The jury then dcblri>rated for
an hour and half btfi
PoKtSe ltui-i-;tu
The InfonnaUon Bureau al the
, 1
.. -,..,- ,-...,,. and you " raca4vlng ..-
the corner at Helmont and Martin- '" al* yOUraaU if be could BO) "'""K ihe last month H
dalt'l roads, turned ..round the bus hve turned by golriK M-> the ^'"" "r" "petiod.
and drove back down Constitution Queen. Park g>t if he really he ""'" i"
where the row had been carrWd intended to go to the bus stand" ;'' "f! '
en. Tha bus nrarvad whan It got - ".r tn.
near to the place where Worrell '" * light of the facts, Thornhill ''"' '> > P '"
was standing at the side of th- ,,i,, ,,ot neliber.,:. ^ ' ' "<
lorrv Itnick the Jrv ml -"'.rHe and go and ,tnke W.t.cII boul tha price, ot
- utaTrtltad **y came to that deci-i.
then their verdict had to be one vl'^"* an^ .***
Hinder as II did noi matter o""'1"!- ""i Hie
what kind of weapon was used t<> '"''5 "'T,,cef- ,
d3 a killing. T'*e vil,,k " eha.ge .if Hu-
ll had been suggested, he said, '"' pi <;<"!-
that there might have been a de. g*j " Wad bj Pollee-
fect about Ihe bus, and. realising" wo'na Clarke
il Thornhill had tried to put right _______^_
and during that time
uld not have been n
the proper enrr which was nor-
mally required But. Mr. Far- A case brought by ti
num. the bus inspector, had ex- chargini Eric Bu
nmlncd the hus and had told Road! St Iflchaal with bu
'-lem thai he had found nothing a bailee of $8 belonging 1 i
vrong with It,
N Nympnlh.v ^Jnfflth. Acting Pol
Summing Up, The Chief Judge]*>f "'-' '' *
Worrell was killed.
Addressing the Jury. Mr Wil-
Iaims told them that II was agreed
that when the vehicles were re-
turning, the drivers were
yaadlni
He sild it was perhaps
fortunate that they had had thi-
type of witnesses they had had. 'kJ^oS
Iwo civil servants and two teachers ,n'
besides others. Their itortM wara
all much the same.
Changed Gear
"When George Brewster told
you that Thornhill changed geat
just when the bus swerved and
went in the direction of Worrell
and the lorry." he said, "he was
trying lo get the Idea m your
Case Dismissal
r.inds that there was some wicked U,M the jury that when th. {
intention in the changing of the * deliberate, they would put out }
gear, but there is nothing to invite J 'heir minds all considerations .
you to believe that there was such
an intention.
"Brewster himself is no dri
_nd would not know what a
driver would have to do at various
points. You all have seen the
scene and know that there is an
incline Just there and It was quite
reasonable for the driver to change
Df sympathy for th
ACCIDENT
heard outside" In the e-unour amlHSg' ,""una "
excitement when people had baenlou' '" "
expressing opinions. wheHierl" *a* *"v"
favourable to the one partv or to StrauRhn of He Kk i
Ihe other. Jflirhael
He said that If in the course of A Pollca Iom v look Hi
his remarks to them he expressed the Gencr t] H i
any opinion on the facts thc>__________________
would reulise that they were then
DUW** _J ,or,r,,r!i M^' ""' '"'*"! own ludCN .( ;fte facts and ii was FINED 40'-
,'^"_'Jno.t '.?..." _SS_?SWS t tfim to too_o ny ilnioni rintu -IU
ha mrad if they dlMgretd Mr. O. B. Qrjntl
with them. So far as the law was Magistrate of District
I, they had to take the day fined I
i from him. Station Hill. 81 HI
Now. m this case." he said, "it be paid in i
has been pointed out by counsel one month's Iruj
the duty of the Prosecu- using indecent l_nfUUI
stabllsh the guilt of Ihe bin Btraet ikt 26.
He said he was putting up a
defence of criminal negligence.
There was nothing to suggest the
wilful killing of Worrell. Tho
buses and lorries had gone on
lion, not to a Sunday Set-
party, and it was reasonable to '
expect that would be high spirits.
When Ihe people saw Thornhill ._
swerve when driving back from |aw
Belni on t Road they were lust
surpused and scampered i
Only one witness had said that it i,
that he heard Thornhill tell llon lo .
it_usr
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PAKISTAN OFFERS
TO MEDIATE W
ANGLOU.S. DISPUTE
. prataraMy wHn ,
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VmcJFtUVTOH On* 'UarlroMS'
uKuni Balriearaior
. Apr Kiiich.
italtona iluLldiriir. Priori*
TO il |l r.l lln
clap malal.
d DT. Mill r*li* iapp 1 ia *
.!..!.. ill <* apaad l'n
oparaaaa vaawaal aruatP Bavarai p.*c.
i iui>It ii.-mi.aa ftai-ial r..#y ft sal
harn-li. avare! Ilia Im. .1 Mod
H, < alx <>k> <>l mriml irr. 01
three aia vutt Balkarlaa. U >q n pan-
. ral karka. u >Aw kaila,
* koal aa*
A.J-1-ira and UllW OLklrun..
iMta-ir *rt ptnUaa and on. wiin ru-
npi and lular. 1 r-lam Coal- pulllss.
ona """* wllk glaaa BMaJ
pallcr. Ill lil boat pompaaa blnnacl
i|i Hal pli-nar on* atral Sh.ll ai
xm4l atbar imr.i U>o many to rnanuo
I> AJICY A SCOTT.
Uovi Auction*-.
Ill II Sl-*t
I* k C THAIAR
PARIS. Nov 27
aources discloMd Turs-
.nd-pcerku move* for a
Kjiu iliatltm ill the Wt*t's lonflul
rttii EKypt ovat Mld-Eaal defence
plpni gn Eg>pl'> ditiMil*' wiinBnl-
ain over treaties and tlv. Suez
Canal.
The chief initiative reportedly
ilk fium Pakistan''
.._ Mini-'ter Sir Zafrull&h Khan who
OruacaM | discreetly offered his good offices
when the UN. General Ar;bly
convened here earlwr this month
Zafrulliih Khan if rvliaUy re-
enaa of
'' " TNOl Tl
Ftrt-CATIOHAt.
-i- iomu*J (a* v
MaM Tai
M '.ma S..',act Up *p
jpjaajj
Oil Ovocrapaiy.
bi M-inamattca.
Iilki I Mill H PM iDkpraa Apf l^antai
i ata-M.apo tMKo*T c*mncat ported to have had
CI :., n.ta
Applv M
at .rdj
wio Dtatincuom mcetinaa with Irak's Premier
ttnd D-caml*!
KISMTH RF.ID.
CkncBrdia. Tobap
M II 51
ION PAIMTKP Appo Comnaal *-
taaj r.. Sn*pna*a m.nrt b^w^p -
im Ilrins aamplaa of work
S'uries Said Pasha shortly before
to Baghdad la&l
wetK and later with Britain'!
ii Im nnaftVi
Mr St-lwyn Lloyd.
C.P.
Putnam's Big Task
WASHINGTON. No*/ 27
The ftrst big task tar Ib U.S.
new economic stabilizer Roger
Lowell Putnam is to contract ne-
gotiation* npening today between
the steel industry and 1.000.000
CXO. steel workers. Putrturi
succeeds to the post of stabilizing
wages, salaries and prices on De-
cember 1 in piace of %u
son who resigned last week to re-
turn to the Presidency of the Mo-
tion Picture AooationI".P.
POLITICAL
MEETING
MIStrXLAXEOUS
utlui-al K
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ijUVUiNMkNi AOiiu:
FL'KXITt'KK
MISt 'Ki.l-AM-.OUS
AMCHKAN
Appuintnu-ni of Warden,
Nan*M Home. General
il.ismtal
invsMd to
nmeni
.. .
. i
.noeiiu of 4B tc
.
I
, .. ton, qu-.i'
I
haul
tied or. pstdows withoi
brances. ahould bava
i.laid of rducatloi
i agaparianria -4 Un
u service tif menu.
owladga a* domestic du-
. i..
aril In
. i Una in the
hould be forward-
'ry. Oeneral Ifoa-
in Jrd Dacaambw
on the form
la from the Seereltt\'
ral Hotpilal
2ft n SI In
a..a Pi .p- ao 9 3* l I* par t
:~lfni Draaa Snoppa. af II Sij
laaf, China, old Jawata, Ana HIvm
-t. ica.oura garly baaka. Map*. Auto.
-pKa rkr. al OarrHaaaa Anti*u? St-P
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m. apply Wm rosarty >Baai Lid
UllSl-tfr.
AUCTION
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Ann ChBlr.. Mahoirany Wain
tend Marbla Top, Iron badrtaada. paBMad
Diaaalni Ublaa. M-dKina .abi>t. ITaaa.
Hal Rack with MUror. Hdc.i. traPk,
kiilvaa, aaoana. waab ati>d.. ladlaa Daak
and athar llama TIC HMS CASH II
Al- 111 K Mc KK34ZUC. AiHtianaar.
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SUaTCaWnDi -W (IX
LONDON. Nov. 27.
Brtthjta newspaix-is *cu divided
irairti atarea. Tur d^iy over the loamwii ch-bali !
: ii si tin. I,, the Japanese treaty and several i
c>.. '..( that Mai braastj asswlal ba
vised where it applies to Japan-
. ovai asai bTtjda I v
ON PAROLE
BONN. Nov 27.
Major General Kurt Meyer ser<
ing i life term in connection wi
the World War II slaying of Can.
dian troops recently was grarte
parole from a war crime.. pns<
on "urgent compassionate grounds
according To British aUltKnTttaM
V P.
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HELP STOP
TOOTH DECAY
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Under new rrjuiagcment.
ii.niv ind longtanii rates
gunted on request
i ianDl Ruests
welcome.
Dinner and Cocktail
r< arranged.
1. H. Bl'CKLAND,
Proprietor.
POLITICAL
MEETING
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stone, Rubble "tone. ,Sand,
MgcUasl or.-Ken tlint
tone, Diul 265fi
KEITH KAYSIDt:.
Manager
Lodge Stone Work*.
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in company, must be -pot- |
lets, immaculate. Use jcjUip, ^mm
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or Propert's Shuwhite. No Cafe?''-'', :*
surer way of nuking sure js~ A
thai white shoes arc asslM t \
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COLOMBIE I3th November
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Accepbng Passengers. Cargo
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Property & Land
FOR SALE
JOHN M. KUDOS tV Ce>.
AJT.8., F.V.A.
Real EsUte AgenU. Auctioneers A Butldlnr Surveyors
I'honr li. hi PlanUtlons Bulldinc
FOR SALE
a
HAGCATTS
GROUP
Offers will be considered for tin- purchase of the
I tlnfl ol BaggBtl '-.Ki.ii> and the
following fgitttf.
Haggatts & Bruce Vale approx.
Greenland & Over hill approx.
Bawden & River approx......
Friendship approx............
H.-iKgutts Factnry has been extensively modernisexi
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have been secured.
The mechanical equipment of the group includes
among other items the following International Har-
vester tractors :
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1WD9. 1 Farmall H.
Also 1Caterpillar D2 tractor, 2Subsoiler
ploughs.
1disc plough, 1brush breaker plough,
8 Dodge Truck.-:. I Austin Truck. 11 cane carts for
Tractors.
Livestock includes 14 horses. 12 mules.
Anblr T.UI
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115 211
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Tins Simolina .69 .1
Bots. Cocktail Cherries 1.40 1/28
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PACK IIGHT
HAKRADOS VDMKMI
UIIIMMI1I NOMMIIER 2K. 1W1
WALCOTTPOSE THREAT IN 2ND TEST
Australian Prestige
In For Buffeting
CATCH IN IT
captain i
n Australia, is
John Goddard.
Wesi Indies side
ltd lo exprew
jhout "incident*" dunnt
yihi captain English '
.
ourl t: i '-inner
Hit latest criticism !>.
411 4UatralUn umpire In i
ing a catch made by Goddard. wh"
ha ball up In exuberann
and then failed to retain it
Only the umpire MB
whether a catch has bet
Bleted baton Uw ball
H ;,: >m.ii. i i. iva Hen won
rjercd. after teeing c:
| M a simult.ii'
Bl |l
? i
btttcc not take this risk
Sporlniiof a than,
I I R
(From rKWK HAWAII)
SYDNEY. V
Following their creat Test trial agains*
match ended on Tuesda> tmiris's seem quit.*
capable of cjivini1, Australia's cricket prestie.e the
bulleting it received in the last decade.
MATCH ABANDONED
from HAROLD DALE
SYDNEY Nov J"?
The match bet wren Victoria and
ihe West Indies here wm a in-
i d arter i im to
to have been the last day of
Th* W. gj made tM
thus 111 im Inj to
whhh Vletorll i' id reph. .
1OT.
On the third day <' \
Wi Indlaa made ,1 raJn-lnterruii-
i'd 1BI for 2 wickets.
Griffith IMmMMs
Education
Tha present educational s>stem
Bttd tha rood problem
innin Items explained by Mr VTn-
I | atMp taa Bm
RVctora' Asvwl.it Ion kept .1 polttl-
el meeting ! l-tyne's Ho,ld.
Bntttuu. Hill, last night in suppoii
4 his candidature Im tin ponaB
of St. Michael. A crowd of
approximately 1.000 attended the
rnatUna
Mr. Grimth said that he waa
very proud to nee that the day
hau oofM whan ba could onai
himself to be of service tu tlW
la He w very prud to aee
iha. in the island of Barbados he
had lived BUCh I Ufa that it waa------------------' ----------------- ----------------
impoeatble (or any man lo lilt a
%&.*& 'SSXfmX A" -SM' /'By ftter Dillon
ihnih.it linger is a lying ftngei
and that tongue is a lying tongue -Ol 1 rlM
"E* S n,^il rh" S"l^nelsea 1 he
ing himself as a candidate tor St.
Thomas, was the Chairman Other
S fakers wero*Tr E D Mottlt>.
r. Joten Maynard and Ml Bj W
Mr. Selbert Lcacock introduced
the Chairman.
*-' u '" Mormiey look* uncertain a-. lull from Alfred Valentin* raps him
on the pad- But tlie ninune Ui-*llowd kcepsi OuiIU-hh appeal for L B.W. (Went Indie, v NSW
10 ai *_______ CffaaoMdaiad Pre* Pas**
NEW U.S. ECONOMIC
ADVISER
KEY WEST FLA., Nov. 28
Truman Monday elected Roger
Putnam, member of an uld new
England family and onetime
ltemuci.il ir candidate for Gov-
ernor of MassachuseU*. as new
Economic Stabilization Adminis-
trator.U.P.
WHAT'S ON TODAY
Court of (.rand -.'.sum'
hi mi a.n.
Police Courts 10 00
l iim ShowBritish Council.
W.ikri.ri,: for Barhadoi
Tec h M., i.., bU Auociit kin
i.niv i .in p.m.
Oljmplc Club i i'h. ii-.11 at
British Council CJM l> ni
Police Band plays al Si. Mar-
caret*.. Si-hoot IMMurr.
St. I'hlllp 4.30 i> ...
Mobile I num. film "how
OaaVsga savamuh. si
John. 7.30 p.m.
Ubuur rollllral ineeliug. St.
KlUibeth Village. St
Joseph In Miptwrt of Mr.
1>. II. Adam* and Mr. !*
Smith. B.00 i- in
Labour Early Political meet-
lug at Spooner- Hill. St.
Michael In support of Mr.
M. E- Cox and Mr. T. O.
Bryan S.tO pjn.
MCflggJ 5.39 .in
Sunset: 5.U p.m
Moon: New.
llnhtinic: fi.00 p.m.
High Tide; Z.gg am 2.4*
Lew Tide: 8.53
p.m.
9.41
UnprtMlu'lahles
Finv 'Victory Over Manchester Lniteit
M LONDON. Nov
The butt of music-hall comedians for nan yw thai
thov care to icmeniber. Chelsea are again proving thank*
mIvm (lie iintiii-fiictiihlcs of English soccer. Graced dur-
ing Iheir existence with numerous lunoui playtrTl Inchld-
inn Tommy Lawton, Hughio Gallacher arid Toramj
Walker. Chelsea huve never risen to the heigh's.
The Cup and the league on Saturday (November 10th)
Championship have always es- They were playing Mam-hcster
ipcl thru raich \r> they t'nited at Stamford Bridge and,
promiso R4( much onlv to lOBVO icallv. nu one could h
that promise un-lultlUed. and them ima.li ehaUMO ot emerging-
their supporters Lewitcheil, Ixith- sucicuKlul (train Uu- eiuxiunhT
red and bewildered. Manchester were at full-strength
with ,i powerful forward Una
Last year Chobw. experienced reading from left h. riant Raw-
thgOr asanM fright for ramie lime lev. Duwnie. Aatoo, Pool
only a near- miracle, so i' iicrry
mad, oould ova Ihem rrom As though raatgnat] to taatti
rgauon to th* Second Dlvuuon ch conunencad in
And that near miracle uecurnd modloorp raahJoD, Inside 17 min-
on tho last n.....I '! uti Manonaatai waro two
teaaon. . pod || mlghl taally have I
Mu-llield WeiineMl.i> wore al- four. ThOPS wai llttlO 01
ready di>umi<| uiul .. .ip- ,|ene of what lay In atOnp lot thi
were ciwlaea, Bui tno 48.oimi hml who had bnmd Ih-
'Peiunoiiers- as (lulsea mv of- ,hl wind and driaglo uin tu IM
recoonatet) known btml Ftolton the match.
bv four KoaN in mi and SheOold uwido mlnut*, rolaowtauj the
itiuidmi Bvarton to Ihg tum of aaoond Manohcatei
s]. iiigh-Bpcvd attcr-lhe-match had rodoood the arrean thnufjh
eaJculauoni in ihe Chelaaa board- naw-boy ryarcy. signed from
room reveahM the fact that rale- Cbariton i aoupai ( weeks pr**-
KMthai had o- r. saved l. .03 i tdotl L) That wa* the first sign
Kal. that the match still held some
At the comim-Ti..-iuent of tho ho|>o for Chelsea and when tttl
present seuaoj, Chelsea were i:i minutes before half-time Bantlai
turthar broubM, Intarnauotial in- found the back ol tha oal wtth
float-forward Bantaty JoMd tho a truly great shot from 25 yards
l-waiit-n-tranafdr brigade, us did the Issue was as open as il hau
.entichair M.irns. On top of that ever DM
such as nilhngton and But whereas Manehaatn had
Hughe* gull the club for South- MaBOd the tnltiaUva and hid nrl
em League football and Inter- i*,,-,, ;ii,|e i ..ipiiahse on It DOM
rational oulsidc-i ight Parsoiw it was Chelsea who fousid |ham-
snowed no sign "f rnpovo >. i.ttlng on top. Nor did
knee Injury which had put they allow the OBSpOftunttj to
close slip from their grasp. Dirk>on
on Prldf
i. know, as the
Australians at the beginning
knew, their success depends on a
good start being given by ih.
men.
The dishing form 'hown b)
l OU Itn." H.e UKl Stoll-
mcyer tn tho Vlotarkui game
;
pie ide of well
The Improved form of giant
" eper batsman Clyde
\V..lroti shows him to be a p-
. |
things are to b> > q
h, Frank Wnnell who
has been off the line in all htt
appearances to
he has not yet lost his I
League outlook where U
in Tore .iff everv hall if peaaaD*
and ntal I I sixer.
Worrell came strnight from tiie
Lancashire la-ague to
the wuatiallm Mur.
Worrell is now learning thn;
the Australian attack in cricket
outlook is vastly diiTeien: froci
the Lancaatilra League and h<'
is making appropriate diang.
n hal approach. $0 k.-
Ihe Wesl IndUH
available bowling prartar in In
' that they batted!
in semi-darkness on Mondaj !
The K.iun waa ahandoned on
luisday due lo a spell or notori-
ous Melbourne weather.
"Bradman of Barbados" Ever-
Iha turnabout was com- (on Wceke* who stayed at Syd-
Ula unpradieiabh- noy in an ttampl i<> racon
"' ,l"" M '" i thigh muscle in;m
The heroes of the afternoon' | is Oral practice on Tueada\
ah tno bolaaa tanm, And on the s m B fortnlgh!
i would i "I'lt ago.
i r-lef| Unwley who has DOW
18 goals this season < We are
till one oi ;.i.. , how Weekes
the game's . standi up to hard practice but it
CHELSEA: Itoberlson. Bath- i ,,i. >., dOOtdO his fll-
fata, Tlcaa oaf Hai m Iha Test."
Dlckson, Oai t r/an >. Snuth
(Hi. Rejiii- Weojtag hatted agiinst God-
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Of tho preuoua season.
It was not surprising therefore
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cloud. They had a surprUlngly
good away win at Blackpool in
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a run of live IIHiggeJlll
threo of them at horn. With thf
'turn of Bent ley and Harris the
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But until the g>me at Stoke a
fortnight -no Chclscn had not |,|,ie
fSthtnl a point in thrM mat
nri AmistroiiK the tw. Wltal-
halves (entie-ileld and as thei,
noVnbara Cockburn and Bib
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