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!'•.(.i HGH1 llARHMMI* AbVtXATK Till IIMI VV. HI lulll I! 9 lJ2 Barbados Win Second Tornado Race TKIMDiD STILL AHEAD l.\ TOTAL POI.MTS i ARBADOS Tornado Team look first and sond against tha Tiiiudau .: |ftl Barbados icored 1!' 1 2 [Hunts to Trinidad 17 Th moans lltat in \h< I. lal so lar Trinidad u \ one S UM. 1 .-.::, 1 %  • of • w prtM %  Mi Hn.u irk in Hi.Inlrd ruu "" %  ,"""•.. POOLS Mr1-2-X has spread wide [^DOCTORS I his financial not ... to luxury hotels, to stores, ITE5TWDMEY5 to factories ... and they all make more money | V/rsi' If you have discomfort dl lul UUllllg %  %  i then it's more thin likelv ibsj inc jv.ii balma i row wrniWTi bttpasL Ow acni.i> causes heartburn, flatulence. anu indigestion. I'm things fight as quid as you can with 'Doha' Doha swiftlv reaches all the surfaces of the stomach Mall with it. gentle, ncutrali/idg a accountant with knowledg...( I. ttli i ill •he [van I Ins, and .'. %  in this the final lap, wai as folTK -l" (III TK 3.1 (B>. TK 4S (T). TK 47 (T ( 3J! (B). TK 3G .11) and TK flip. 1H (T). who WOO Here had luck, overlook Jt>hn B IK.-.; HI main %  heat ... oka, and whiii .. hj i lI'K 3b and TK 48 ou .SJ „,•. In ina miss Tom WUMnaon theirs, working lot %  *e Harts) rhl II ' %  too. Then came tbo Utthjwnodsl % % %  <" terse, also supplied by the The Moore* mad? the goods wa factories and kept :ly that he manufacturing profits In the Wr most brilliant D9M plat of -'> %  r %  i. %  explain Hi. Moores's asso. trad. f.mil> Le-torte* N of stock* and shares, by his versatility in tha c.nIn the wer Littlewoods worked Ittn valuable tip* <>ii hov menial field. agree. ..'-rumen' munitions to buy a house and stir, a They are fascinated t his tiaets Besides milUOfll uf shells bWlnaai daxterlty In paying out thousands md parachute*, their factories Fxplatning UUi product Of tlM w ' 0O0 vehicles. 20.000 balloons; X3.HN.W Co,., %  noniy nre won >. prlnelpl -i fK M n of the th I ow •nd TK N (Bi i lain fortunes V kin* caught I'IMII Has Worked %  %  i" Ki.r to %  .II the Mooi went to Leeward Posltloi TK 40 (B), and TK I hat **. (T), TK 45 (T). TK 36 (B). addiion to their cut f" on, IJttlcwuods deduct from i ii'Ml.000 pool, money more tluti C3.000, -. w*i dinghies Chain Of Hotels Since the war the Mooreb have icquired a chain of hotels In this ountry and another in Bermuda, vh.ch cost t 350 000. It i> remarkable how closely : IIOO for overhead ~osla. The hulk ol this g.N.-_ %  .<-s and ubout Mr. Songster of Vcrnons [ools i'^rro.oooas office expenses. followed the LiUlawoodi pattL.... ll is Intereatlni how some oi "* %  '"" %  h;is '"-'de fortune* out of tnat half million travels around *•"*? % %  m '" 1 T,Wt Mid returns lo the family ; "d Vernun industries. He also has chain* of hotels A pool* promoters the II I ~ ,sl A !' rtl 'he official return ocrid vast sums on ad' l-ittlewoods Pools gave the tal -t 11372.864. of which As directors of 1 and C. J "!i and Cecil Moores aacfa held Publicity) Ltd.. l>uulun. '"" "hare The remaindei were] tltev control the contract "> the name of Victoria Street Nominees Ltd. Uvcrpool. %  Is broihers alse ha\*e This is a special company Kiantic bill to meet for the formed to hold snares for people of football rder until they rounded the Bay T K * (T), and TK 38 (B). fUlfl very wet'k. As bosses >f J. and C. Mu'trex. whose shares are not Ltd., printers, Liverpool, thev do the job and keep the proflu in 1932 the pOOn kbUI (hi fam.ly. have extended their i-iterests L'ut biggest of the M'Mires tar beyond football batting into family interests outside toothful lima ol rh." %  i S LlttlewoodR Mail Order clothing and furniture factorial >, ltd. whose capital has munition-, and a host ..f othOl i ie.i. 49 99 IS %  S J IK a Ml 49 99 n 91 41 17 Ml 1 %  a ID n 09 99 38 99 IB 1 %  < T SB 4S t 4 11 14 4 9 X K *S T 9S 19 M 91 M 37 l 3 r K 4T T ., 9. 1' 3 V T K 49 T IT tS 3 H 99 IS K 433 1 7 I 1 991 I Wlnti. %  %  .15 1 I |K). H utl: K %  VaS BOM SJJI asat (...I. .1 lap lo oat* UnskvlL 11 Like his father and Uncle Cadi, ">' popularising "is. .i week id John Moove* )un, i* clubs" throughout the country a director of about two dozen n nr l supplying a variety of popunglng irom lar goods clothing, furnltun ises to hotels. • 'vs— by post, this venture |,a manufacture to quilts. made huge profits. Keystone cf 1 Kv.ii.nily John Moon.-.s. the %  uccess wa9. of course, the pools millionaire pools piom. is M huaa mailmg list of betting keen on protllai %  .cUanta, In these millions the was John MOOTOS Uw modtatly awawd John Moores had recocpaid telegraphist of 30 year, ago. nised a vast mail order cueoteVa fi .idy-mado without trouble NO ONE WANTS TO UOX THIS 13-st. HOY T'dad Heat Island 40-18 Id BasketIh* TUT -,more ll Barbaaccurate, and the Barbados play% %  Often than imt lulneM! rir-t i. as played at whan In pueeaeaion of the iiall the V.MI'l' ground la '' %  "• eeora. The Trinidad British This puts Trtmdnvvwhll |, j„. wol , |V kirtua of ,;,r 7 d Lias-taE*. — M A inimite aftei Hie name fct.irt%  nothing by It, rhe B ff attacking but leafi culars of each public! bi'iietlts of the other. lb* mill CLARKE, a 13-sloi Railways apprentice, ,ilii < %  .1 r. .1 -s Ml ci.iiu. ..r Ipswich, a lot of i %  %  tn -coring. One got the reall that they would be able to cope with the visitors. Two mlnutea -ft. i itarl ol play. Trinidad's Lance Laahh I) m.uked. and scored the first for the night Trinidad > %  in I points a minute later managed to score but they seldom lost an .. rtunttx is the .-n he was 15-to his %  ,..ii and took full Trouble is that East Anglii advantage ,r ,|„. nrcaatongl lapse >•* run out of opponents tor thii Bubado ati i.i bafty yoong u The Trmid.Ki team combined Sergeant Suteliffe told mo to While the Barbedea la in 0 Durfa %  the i i I year I hi %  4a a I tempt al eomblnascoured East Angll. Ktnod lo luck the •lutes to And him • % %  mhri.itniii of players who Vow | have i-sueO .. knew thui fellow pl.yei UIOT,„ babalf Of I and iiimbled at times /KtingMer In the sam YMPCS EMghlll and Pirate*" Hs-a in tha oouni tmWith Trinidad 32 ami tsaibodoi hen Clarke u. Trinidad's BurreD ended the oai third ojuartei with %  threat to-Ilarbados gained then r,r %  : potnl the type ;h he mii't remnln live another year Ix-f'irp he qualtf) for senior Casuaily lAst% Lurn the .losing stages |0 111. Trinidad %  . c Stephenaon 1101 I I i Bunail i ITI t> Martin (30 H I., hi, \ Hlslop field when losOlj hen. .i Hi Borboon i defen%  f pjaylng bui thing u. i.. gained rom this i> maaccur^te attempt*, the chiei : i lumiy. and did much rumbling ut.v Cant t.thciwiB.*. At ihe end of the Aral Barbados I All rne, H %  THnJdad wen H tteatmond G Bnrtagi ind Baibados six. gaa a vi.e-pi. suit nt of Trinidad playee '' % %  %  >' (Wralea); iiu-kic Lueat Pulham Amateur Boxing club The Kail md Kilglnl Wisdom should be quite at players showed an abtlltj ti \M.i'.c>; Algy Symmonds tbs hoau. He waa a niara than uaeful ip i ind lap oaad iiv-weight before he a differ-nee n 1 t... II,.,' U NorV C5ET A LQ4D OF LUSHX fJOn/ SME IS WHEJ 6EPDC SEE6 M£R, DlSFOSTTIO^ IMNQP AUD SCO UP TO MER BcTEZER %  %  • I OM.Wt/lTE MOME.^^E VOU? fl VVELL.n-S ABOUT TIAAC.'NOW, L) ZEfORZ >OU START LOLLN5 AWXfKO.cftjW OVER TO THE ^JSSTCRE --NO C5CT AtE A OJR OF AWPAME COMCRCTtfS TOWOtTKH CRC4U' Bru *et" i irli.in Paper IV,H lU Lrdaers t.ed(r Leaves Ledgerlndi\ %  Petta Ctsh Vaurhrrs Letter Files ^^ The purpose of our Stationery Department:— To meet your EVERY WRITIM, NEED I k. R. HUM I |> CO.. Lt1. ler BrM 4 a*. WE ARE OFFERING A VARIETY OF ii io xri K SSOHIES. I Perinatex Gasket Shellac „ IMI.II. Gasket „ Fabric Cleaner „ Auto Top Sealer „ Transparent Gloss Sealer Black Top Dresiing lEadiator Liquid Cement „ Radiator Rust Prevenlor „ Engineer'a Prussian Blue Holt's Wonder Wax Dunlop Patching Outfits „ Rubber Solution French Chalk t lnMil.it >.in Tape Rihbed M.ittin-.: .. Radiator Hota All Sizes n Car & Truck Jacks s—5 Plv Air Hose Schr.uler Metal Tyre Valves „ Tyre Pressure Gauges ECKSTEIN BAY STREET Chamois Leathers Yellow Pulishing Cloth. Miracle Black Adhesive Miracle Tub Caulk Sealer Durex Masking Tape Shaler Hot Patches Sparton 6 & 12 Volt Horns Clear Hooter 12 Volt Horns Chrome Rim Embellishers Expanding Boomers Extra Cutters for Reamers Auto Engine Valves Fan Belts all Modah Rear View Mirrors Insulation Tap* Pram Tyring i In., % in., 1 in METAL CYCLE PUMPS Schroder Air Line Blow Gun Lionide Leatherette All Shade Birkmyrc Canvas BROTHERS DIAL 4269



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TIIIRSDAV. OCTOIIF.B 8. 1S2 BARBADOS ADVOCATE PACE THREE Colonial Blind Campaign Comes To Life Canada Helps MOtl\ Nl\l WHM> In West Indies LONDON IN THK TWO YEARS since the British Empire Society for the Blind was formed, its plan of campaign—to lead an attack on >>. %  diaMMg and to bring turn bopa to a mUUoa !" blind people in the Colonir to Ufa In .1 score of Colonial territories from tinWe: ilii's in tinF.u Kast. The Society's annual reputi. Hoti. Kaatg-vrT Receives C.B.E. Insignia NATO CHUTISTS IN MASS DROP published in lymdon, has a story i 1.01 of "positive achievement und of work purposefully begun in une of the most extensive t.\i tli.-ti' ..f it: klinl dartakea in th. BrttU "-T—HBI Km pi re Tho Society exists t.. blind people of 45 Colonial territories Most of its work at presAgriculture In Dominica From Overseas Pre*. Service rrable agrtrullural activv ported from Dominica. GEORGETOWN. B.G. British Guiana's representative Wwi | .tl Eeomiuei nim has ieteniil ihi tn*n;ma of the honour -f 'in v MI.K bsatowad i> ha. Majesty on the QUMBI birthday tr.,Mil Two on-' MR BBM received the .rtngiua to then awards and another the B E. medal I I.E. Officer Admiimt. ring the government. Honourable John Guteh. CMrOij I'nt ceremonial colour to an ordit SEA AND AIR TRAFFIC In Carlisle Ba\ WonlU. Timoth. M n ttallwr. Mai km Brll. I> R i ... .. •HUM Maria Rtrlla. E> f ^rw Hntor V rw In Blur St, HalaM I T B KM.1 •.BBIV41JI R S Canadian I 1000 IIK.IKI HuUi I Tit lull NOKTHKOr | MM\M(). LTD \1 eni li being concentrated on the BYiUsh WY-t iiuii'.-" where the H*nb "' %  Legislative COaaV Afncan Colonies, where the inexpanded road programme %  •* %  IS ."•>• Cait.. Schanrr OnkW 1 A-o* us.rt.Mii %  %  i L*d* Reaaei ft ridence of blindness represents a opening up mw area's. A "real The I,w "rd '* conferred on huge problem, but much work Is rtllip to product i ^ the Car""Mr. Raatgever for his pubalso going on in the West Indies, ibbeaii Commission. %  % the Agrlllc %  *""? %  to Bi ti^li Guiana and where preliminary investigation < ulhiral Cri • with 'n pres*nting the insignia His has shown an incidence of blindinitial capital of £'5 000 which it Excellency MM <'u have denes* at least thr %  of hi hosed I, t:.n ooo voted yourself unsparingly to tin the United Kingdom The i %  -i interests of vom country. "•' "The Canadian National Instifuturw OTOM to l.iui-uwwn as S"** member of both tintute for the Blind, which has a well .,* '•> tenant occupiers Exocutive and Legislative Counlong-standing interest in this l H hut on numerous other comregion, has given invaluable help The COgt of I Banana Iiemon" demonatrate to cultivators the and'haw been of greet value M Tbousanda of chi dren and h^, mfXhoti s for growing the British Guiana. I warmly conyaung people In the Colomea an? grrn (S l aMb \ 0 vir ii „( ij,catan gratulate you.' blind. Niost of them live as famfUnaruli.^^ Mr. Ivor Otterbem Smith, ily dependents o r a* beggars O.B.E. "Ttns award whnh tgW Other schemes include a good mad** on the r.-cOmrnendation of production campaign, a marketthe qvrn>or of J ^ ;, t ,c I _^, ing plan, and a livestock scheme, bj* conferred on you in reeo* %  An agricultural small tenancies mtlon uf your valuable MrjM bill has be*m drafted and Is o thecovernment in Cayman |sshonly to come before the I*gil !" ^ ,. .-_ „ latiire It is aimed at aivtnr cul<** r Smth is now serving as a %  reason, we canno, Jjftjo £"£, i&ET&S&Sl&Si Senior ^Istrict Commiastoner m •al resolutely with this problem ugh Guiana.) Seauvlt -r^ -. OCTOMBI J I'ummi"' M CuBuaina. L THMW. n ruimw a cusvun fhallas. A < hl*u T %  *• %  aiorra. R Anaalsarlli. A Z Hll>.. MlfaH i I asim Miwn, J IMUJ ...-. i.tni..t Mai t> wandering from town to town. They could be taught a trade but. at present, there are schools and training centres for lesv than 300 of them one in 3.000 of the blind population -Tor economic and humanitarian reasons, we Souvenir Album extent is known The Colonial OfTue and Colonial r.overnircnts were among the lint to recognise its gravity, but there is a limit, in work of this g-vr %  /-• „„.„ fPtftw kind, to what any gowrnment IM IVlili;>If>II \-*llj Care of the blind can never be just an official matter: KINOSTOW || is Iht \eryone who A souvenir album presen 1 CM see the hishi.y. ICtivWaWi and I Latest development in the RM ,, s .,; „„. ,,;, ,,f Kingston SotMrf %  work i lh i.niiich' Of a three-year surv causes of blindness //flea — the most extensive of „,;, 15(ltn aIin iversary of ttniis kind ever undn:aken In the .,(...,.,,., Hnlish Colonial Empire 11 IM'"'" gins in October when two distinA statement issued M ,irsaad research workers leave o( u^ low n clerk, said that Britain with lout specially sincc 1( hH(t ,,,,.„ f ou nd feasible adapted vehicles and a mas 5 of to proc eed with the celebr-tum* research equipment. n8 or tginally planned, the counDr Frederick Hodge., who will "1 had always retaineu UN idea Mr. James Kenneth Luck. M.B.E : "This awnrd has been i red on you for your outstanding efficiency, integrity and devotion to duty. You have brought credit on the local audit start of whom you were the flnrt member to rise to n senior execu1 live post In the department." : .Y SOUTH Of KAIiLSRUMl Germany Iliad WiUI I ti as the troops fir. i "' Ml Prtnch-L* S kUTO aMfeaawMsl t) BfawJ i Kr_d.ey.Gan Mallde*. Ri :. IMini bH lt<" : p Mai I l %  %  -a-'i—-' R. C. A. F. Build An All-Steel Village MACDONALI). Man AN ALL-STFEI. apart men* village in which each home was built in 14 hours will be fully nccupied by service families earlv In October near the station here. n. Rat niw. Mi>Millitent Knight. B.EM: through the past 150 years. Is to 'This medal has been awarded to p published by the Kingston and you in recognition of your long and Andrew Corporation to mark meritorious service over a period rity, i well known pi the umlei of 35 years and BKHW particularly the devoted service which you haw rendered to the welfare of the Inmates of the almsbouse." Thric three were also warmly congratulated by his Excellency. nat> proved fen who also *hook hands with the secretary Churle recipient-!, the council cheering po-,-^. Congress Newsprint From Bagasse Provetl Satisfactory WASHINGTON, Oct. 3. Production of aalllfalliil j mwi print The new community at !" donald. Manitoba, about 30 mil.* from Winnipeg, was the brain > or.-, child of the H.C.A.F. In only T _. three months thev changed a u barren, weed-grown stretch of r.r r.i. land into n residential district. M A ££^1 with 100 gleaming. modern „ WlHskim apartments to house airmen pa* ftaMgaa ii a..u*it. i. H.^-S >-UiUlr II lUvard. W KS4B II K-ni-rt %  fid C r.M..l .MTtHUtH K T*>...-i-l llutflN I torn ri'l" Rita J. WooaUr. I. Wi—tw V W %  Moird wltneaping the predemonstrated that we can manu(_,,.. U U... I. t*nt.l'lll(V. .-_^.. m %  .... %  %  • families gaj affaawal The air force drscril>ed the [e, lommercc $1,000,000 Job as an 'wgptHSawyer remrnl." id 11 clearly rhf h on\es have two M H-.ll oomi In INK room. ivanced. —B.U.P. U.S. STUDYING NEW PROPOSAL FOR U.N. MEMBERSHIP By 2 Vessels Collide: Ail Crew Sflfe o r DDIF\ M i-umi III I it.,'., i M from bagasse paper satis,„„,, kitchen and bath. A utilit all important respect 10(im on uina stationary tubs. r to some newsprint wa((%| hrmleTm ,nd forced-air oil ita.it>> TnorouKlily iitsulated fnim top to bottom, they were designed to be warm in wlntet. cool in summer. All ap.M tments were built of urlts, and each has at.tl> as foundation. roilrreW %  needs ARTHUK J. OISEN which sunk after the two ship* WASHINGTON < >• %  tollnlrd in it lense rog oil l*0*1J Authoritative Government gal earb' on Satuiday. All 3" sources said Tuesday that the crew members of the Mctfejocho ed but lost all their beof Increased newtprlnt In lxuisiNo injuries were reana. Hawaii, Puerto Rico. Cubn, the admission of new members to ported aboard the Gronford. und the rest of the Caribbean the I'nited Nations is under active Spanish crew members some in grog have great quantities. HE!.GRADE. Oct 8. study here. the clothes they were wearing —CP. The Annual "t The proposal which is underwhen the collision occurred said . % % %  — — %  Yugoslavia's Roman Catholic stood to have the support of some that the Afotifcfacno—3.200 tons and were picked up with difnculBJJrnjPi l"" 1 month 6aKMed onhigh ollirinls would l>ar from from Bilbao and the Granford— ty a half an hour later by the anlmously to prohii.it .ill CattsOlic membership only those nations ~.00ti tons collided on Saturday Priests frOfB joining "tate em -urwhich are in open conflict, against morning about fifty miles west of .,—d i.,,, %  J( rdthe world oi^inlaTBtlon. Figurira Da Tor, eentrnl Portugal. ,ng to a high Roman Catholic On the present list of potential Six Spanish crew members reource It said the Bishops threatU.N. members, only Cmmunist lated how (bay won ohl,. to leap ened to place Sanctons against China would be larre %  '"• MOsf eli..l..-ll.iMi 1 BMCsOS h ! %  •• %  • * %  ""• • — '*' niimrniiii• aaosoasr*. VB sWi kova <<• aoVI •Iasaai •>* ,, mi. lilt BSBBBS li" li'-l soai IIbc hi.I BBSii Thai Is -hi lleiiif Siupaai* I.. Mas ViajaasaN Boafh Vou'H ar il i. Ihe line.I BBaa U rer la.lr.l. HEINZ SOUPS Opening October 10th An international stock ol Silks. Linens. TaHeta*. Nylons and Cottons i ti,flisit ttiitvh. Strinn and Canadian material* SHOPPING AT SANELY'S now Broad Stroot Store will delight you — If only because* you will Invariably lind what you want! Geo. Sahely & Co. (B'dos) Lid.



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I MSI ml I IIARRAIMtS ADVOCATE TIIIT.SH n oi nun i: '< Mil BARBADOS^ AD\HCATE r..Y _i ii r v Thiir-rfa). OcMMl . l*H POI Ml OF I I I Ml NO •"' will IM* surprise! I i M .1 party ol Hntish Induftti vkM Barbados at Uw Invitation <>f the I < ors have been coning to Barbados to advise on all Bftf1 many : %  %  .is a result „( thi would appear to be doi rhaps in Ihe increase of d disillusionment which normally follows such \ i n | l.een much talk ol industrialisation in the Bi.' Caribbean and in Trinidad. Jamaica, and Briti %  has been made with the development of other industi; Even in Barbados there has been some ik-vclopnunt of small industries and the %  well ought to b oomptetad before the i Bui aHbOUgh induatoialisatb u\.<* << new faith n In panaceas, the attitude ol the Barbadian government with regard to i apita. investment remains shrouded In 'TV. Opinion is divided as to the wisdom or folly of building a deep-water harbour because local capitalists have little confidence In the intention* ol lha local emment and are afraid to tiff up large ol monay which could be profitably invested elsewhere. On the other hand all xinprejudiced observers agree that without a deep water harbour talk of industrialisation will n* irto aetloo While no progress is being made with the propoM'i daap iratar harbour, in1 ihown ;i remarkable lack c.f undantanding "f lha difticuines winch prevent the Barbados Blactrtclty Supply Corporation from erecting %  new house and matalllng steam turbines. Yet irary lower inst school boy knows that electricity turns the wheels ol industry and that without an up-to-dat t.actricity ganarating plant all Mhami industrial development anpred. si ined 1. failure. The govarnmanti II li tiue, baa nol baan helped to adopt I sensible policy towards the electricity corpotatlorj by thoaa shortsighted persons in private and public life who were so anxious to tin'' faulta" with Ihe local company that they failed to understand how vital it is for the island to nava %  I 10 lai n tv i ti %  ': %  supply In the shortest possible time. It is quite beyond the comprehension Ol normal men to understand how %  government which passes pioneer industry legislation and which invites distinguished British industrialists to its shores can cold-shoulder the genuine efforts of the l--.le t Viciu SuppU Co |i .ration to give Barbados an electricity Ripply ten without which no Industrial development can take place. Few peraoni In Barbadoi reali— how much the confidence of British investors was shattered by ihe i'ersianisation of the AQglo-Iranian oiliields or how much damage was done to the Barbadian reputation for (airplay by the government's decision to allow an American oil company to compete with %  long attabUahad British oil company in drilling for Barbadian oil. However within its rights the government of Barbadoi may have been in takin. action winch resulted in British Union withdrawing from drilling for oil in Barbados, in London that action has caused %  ors to think srver.il lin.i's befOkJI venting in the island And this shyness of the London investor comes at a time the economists of the United Kingdom are emphasising that the British I' monwealth must increasingly rely OD American capital for development. It is worse than stupid to blame the Barbados Klectricity Supply Corporation for the reluctance of the British investor to subscribe capital for investment in Barbados at a time when British investment policy is no longer adventurous. However much the government of Barbados might consider British reluctance n) I n vent Ui this island as misplaced they cannot force Britons to Invest in an island In which th*y have lost confidence. The ol the Barbados government is to woo capital into this island, especially from the •ed Kingdom if it can; it will only woo capita] if it offers incentives which arc QUate to break down existing suspicions and fears. To stick out, like Shyh>ck. for a pound of flesh when the economic heart of the island is already flutti to a standstill through wanl of %  m electricity system will cos: dearly invite industrial). thotll electricity no industrial.; a waste of .tCPUDL.CAN CONVtNViQN Hot until uf Mt liou> you AmtfM.imfi* op Tli£ \rvci *i Chtr.-^* RELATED EVENTS A Visitor In Mew York of attacks, but the tel] decreasing. 1 %  mmmm hat war i* madnes.. Neverthet%\ Ifc-ilg-lM-v .VIIIIII r nw mornlntH ago by a Email news ,,>„, %  because one (rf UN luiigest A new edition, or rather, transVlatod th.il lha Army had m, na n th o Eisenhower camp l.itiun of the Bible, has just come rivalled %  > number nf men who waa trained on conuptK.n and off the Press. It has been the had been previously turned down graft tn lne present Adminislrawork of scholars for over the last lecausc Uv % hud art bi : "Clean up the Mess" Is one ten years, and one of the objects I..IV n,ark rntotalb No* ,, thi bgttla ilosjBni. 1 So what has been to bring Ihe language •xamlnM and found happened! In one of the biggest up-to-date, without destroying the • Al. rill .-, of the literature which has Unfit one day, ti' tht uvw. lanl vlcton and radio, Nixon I It the Good Bonk a best li all '" i .;'" or not pe„pie ol Ait America and barsd eltti for all Urna. Tak Muu ra10 light.' |ani ;. !*• DM (RMSIlls .,,„] I; .,. Q| (lo eonnd picture of President reeling and courage, lie Truman rcccivirm the tlrst copy— While .< huina.i an cv.-nt which will always re%  nd won .i resounding main %  milestone in the history of tingirl who wai shot daad In Vll [ n ,|,,. |.,ngu.'ie of a byAmerican people. Columbi.. | ;,. ,. ,,,,,1(8 „f it is too early to attempt a veteran discharged as menially Tu verdict on the work of the trans%  rarec forbear la Woni and Editors, but I kn the Administration. They claim thcvl ihat there n passage* in the P %  %  lliut's the n„, W11 h|i thl l Jli hfa, n Old Testament which cannot be 'liM-harged, WHS \^, „ discovered that the improved upon in any respect. nf U-cn confined and iK'nn> noma lor the t „,,,.,,. Governor B to raaaon had w^o read them undemtamtingiy. mentally ill. but h. bad so IbOOl UM 1 llin<1 ,,, ^pplement the and a quotation from the Book > to let in. salarl. In his f Books always embellishes any State, UUnoia. So another demand romr*osition into which it is Inevery f.-iiowe, of tine for n ( X|H an Stl „.„.„„. B fter trcdueed. was sorry U> .,.,. h,-n.ition. has done so. and Hememlwr how Adlai Sttven%  %  %  %  %  '] % % % % %  Incomt ion, % %  tUcUai Bar pretuly turned ad-of a '>ght in which ,. lX raturna tor tl phre* axpiaaMd Hiv unwiiiingad liim-elf wiUi TK1 U challenging 1J be nominated for PresiIn clouting Rocky M;.rci|us ftubUcail oononent to do dent. . Father if 11 be Thj to thi Boor in lbs AIII . . r luunplon to • • • :;mlv whirl! hr had nevei A M-nalor bM sugjnilad Uat %  A recent flan?-up In the activi%  nd i-H.kwi like halt be called no* • %  Udi flnanUei of the United Nations H.Q Olal nonsense which i< shrouding here indicated that %  lot of "grog" t • did a line thing foi Old nun. t l %  < %  real r.MnIn tlie campaign, was coming Into the U.S.A. on ,.i one COnunaDtatOr. Ha BhOWed | .,,. ... ri ,,.,. gldetraeks. The repie*entatives of •iat i8 i a l are really portents attempted to smear Nixon, the various member naUons are determined to call It 38. The effort hoomerunged into their allowed to get Uieir liquor duty not mv .-wf.i.1 wit. ftaeea M reaaa, and there the matter atntttd f'ee. o*whatever the American Bu In > •" t. aliowed to real. equivalent fo, that term. Then A J-* ,' ' somebody suddenly discover I just decided to Cummunl5ni crlme Fo reign that too much of this stuff w Policy with a d.-iinne -taterncnl coining m. Il was more than % %  vn itepg weri y legally lo tafcg the name of ^ Ki!i ^ Kullll lltn ;|1(1 M .eprescntativc and his aides could 1 ,',.'!! demand 100-r; attention of those use up normally even if they enwho would aaaaj to lead Ubll great tertained lavi-hly. They said the nation at this erttteal period in Russians got far more Vodka, and i i.ii the red liaiiIngi ""' Bri tla nari far more wfalike) go their undisturbed way. ''""in was their due. and iBveatt• gallons started. A sex crime wave has gripped _Ml _OBtj regret was that the Waleott—Ihe 1'ndi . The orinlnal Jog Wnl.olt, as Bom % % % % %  .. lai aeuaa Who madO an undying name for himself in the ring here. Hi Battened all i an %  OHM -i Our Readers Sav: Lghl one -..Id-lir.wr told me. „„. st;it( „, s , ,,, rk „ ,, na ,_ u/et Indies do not yet have repnd his hand* winch reached be| engCl n |i tne resources of the auresentatives. in their own right c his knees, cmncd dynamite ihorlue* who are nu-.-tmg .1 in this August assembly, for thei In both gloves. mi s ,,i,. ,\I.,IL> women were atsome good old Barbados Rum Jersey Joe. who says he wants tacked In the darkened subway might have got a much deserved return bout at the heavyweight antrancaa and quite a number in publicity. It is really surprising own.alau nays he would like th ,. u homaa arid apartments. how little is known of this be hi. children to keep UM nami 01 age here md I had lo raise mvevew ill on, and I hn|> lie -Mil b> suel he l*olli %  Ugwar has been to brows a few evenings ago when In both veniu'e Joe* real anaol i uirabei >i woanan eopi ixiuie made its appearance at i-ume is Arnold Cream. trained in the art of nil defence gathering of some Wl bvyi and On their rounds they are shadowgirl. The hostess, a Barbadian, %  high tl aidant, ened by plain clothes detectives on had lived in New York siiu.i2ii l "'"" l,s *< %  "' :lmg in ordinary M usa proudlv paraded thin butrored CJ %  has also tie. 1 looked closely at Ihe label thai the Vke Praaldantla] nominee ordared com ta wear uniform and this is what it read" U tlie IttUniHloana, Ba n a l o r \yhm going home from duty, gnd l %  — i <,< 90S Jamaica rum an R %'ixon had usdd an exalso whn icturnlug. This puts 10*v West Indies." ptnas Mind %  ubecribed by W* several nuncb-ad atort unUornu yes, they know Jamaica i a Tha] on the roads and in the subways, here, but f remember Mr. Bustadanced in glee and demandetl an And these measures seem to mante told me Barbados' Noam were turned up. have done the trick, At least in belter. • ">n wag really "on the part. There Aave been a number I know, and I beMeve him too. which ihey rvcejw and the manner in which qualified teachers have racantl> been overlookid for promotion Yet their asaoctation remains silent as if all Is well, a false impression. The situation Is extraordinarily serious and i( the Commission of Knquiry is not given voluntarily then something should be done '!;e h.md of the authonWill th' letichen continue to embnice the so-called dorlltty peculiar to Barbadians at the txpensc of their self-respect and presUgt*? Will they view with complacent v tllr destruction of the foundation of oUr very civillGF:C)HC. GREEN. nhilhi-r Otesl Thou r To The Editor. The Advocate SIR.— The settling of Barbados remindn# somehow of the landing and making homes of the Pilgrim Fathers of America, and I realise that there are still j le nigrteu leit here who are trying to save this Island. l i • i' ararg Barbadian setUeis who assisted In the capture of Jamaica" tad 'hen 1 was interested in reading of the hospltallty of Colonel Walrond whe resided in Belboin, Fontanelle' We do wish that the spirit ol some of these great settlers oi Barbados may prevail and tedeem this Island, which should b) now he a paradise to live In. We do not want''the spirit of i of Carlisle to reign e ,i_..in We want the love and guidance of early missionaries and modesty of the Quafcaca Awake Barbados: PIONEER DESCENDANT. HuAiVs* frerAr To The Editor, The Advocate. I am hoping In the near future to open a Babies' Creche in Ihe Indian Ground district, st i am therefore asking persons for gifts 'ure nooks and Child ireg These can be left at Roach's en St.. Bpetghta%  ALMA PARRIS. "Our Cbmmom UflHtog*" %  Ufor, Tinrtaasfldii SIR. May i ihank "Satisfied %  for DM very kind remarks he 1 %  ui u % %  iarl On Common Heritage)" in his letter published in the Advocitr trf • %  IMS. Fur his InformD i should like to say that ingemenut haw been made With the Advocate t. reprcxluce plcturea, th.it have appeared • lay. in the boukb'i i proponed to pubUgh. Tt Mveeaai % %  aava gone to con• rouble to get a picture 0 accompany tlie s-Tles every i.durd.n iiiil. If I may be allowId lo do so. | should like, In partKular. to paja public tribute ilr. Cyprian Lit Touche for his energy and enthusiasm in the %  mat May I point out n change thai hal been made in my plan since 1 started the sarlea. I proposed at the beginning, as stated in the introductory article, to bring the aerKa up to the present time bv out the |>eri. %  them In POT ap OCUve, For Ihla raaaon % %  argued that it i* not his hu-.n to attempt an in question* of contemporary potltMg. Thanking you. sir. P \ HOYtiS October \ 1952. MR VII linn To the Editor, fag -Idrocflle, SIK lr should now be Mdent to even the mosl unwary man bat of the Community that Education in Barbados Is on the down grade. During ihe past months many us have made rggBM >nd pleas for a Commission Of F.nquiry into Ihe management of our Educational affair*. all to no avail, and I admit that I was reluctant to loin the ranks Of tl Who complained perhaps U a political bum. But recent developments which I am sure are without precedent in the long and successful history of Education bi Harhudns have fore*tl me to throw in mv lot With the dissatisfied Indeed the dUwhlch prevailed during the openhv r.f the Bacondary iehool BI %  would wart a Iigation. mg the headship of the Girls' Sao il Rlcfamonda (I take it the rumour Is \ lams has shown that she loo possesses I e Interest and magnnn%  her husband's entire political teaching evince Uw grouping and the remi NEW PHASE IN MALAYA Achievements Since General Templer's Appointment As High Commissioner R) IMKHKK SINGTON Singa|Mire journulisl ho i\ Ihe corresnondenl of many leading overseas newspapers A YOUNGISH British n.neial. Su I Templer, has got one of the toughest and irukiest assignments thai have been handed out to any administrator in recent years—to restore law and order in troubled Malaya, and ii form—out of the multi-racial community there—a strong self-governing nation capable of delendnu: ftaa>U ageing*, aggressi* from outside and dictatorial uprisings from within. During his first six months as High Commissioner in Malaya Ihe curious "tip and run" war against 5.000 Chinese communist terrorists, who strike from the jungle, has been waged as successfully as at any lime during the three previous years. Lately more casualties have been inflicted on the terrorists (In June 109 were killed which was higher than in any previous month); (ewer troops, police and civilians were lost in July through terrorist ambushes and limidation killings than in any month since October, 1949. This means first that army and police methods of tracking and shooting are improving; but, secondly, and even more signilicanily. it means that the civilian public are better protected and better organised to defend themselves, and—for this very reason —are co-operating more willingly with the police to help hunt down the terrorist gangs The campaign tu end the terrorism n Malaya is not counter-terror, but full protection for the population. Over 400,000 Chinese cultivators and labourers who lived in isolated shack-dwellings half an hour's walk from the nearest police station, and exposed to the violence of terrorists gangs have been resettled in new villages each overlooked by a police station and protected by barbed wire. The resettlement operation was conceived and carried through by General Templer's predecessor, Sir Henry Gurney who last year died in a communist ambush in the hills of Central Malaya. And General Templer's task has been to continue where Guiney left off. With great energy he is driving ahead with the work of creating complete police protection for every one of the new Chinese villages as well as for the thousands of rubber workers who live isolated huts on rubber plantations. The training of the huge newly-created army of special constables, 40.000 strong, is being improved and intensified by the creation of new local training centres. KKY TO THE PROBLEM But the key to the Malayan problem of community defence against minority terrorism does not lie in further expansion of the police force. The people themselves — particularly the Chinese — have got to be given the right and the means to defend themselves. And to achieve this a countrywide Home Guard is being built up. Altogether over 250,000 Home Guards have now been enrolled of whom about one third are Chinese. But the Home Guards are still insufficiently trained and many of them are still without firearms. More training inspectors are being recruited and more rifles and shot-guns are being allotted. Two months ago the Legislative Council took a step of far-reaching importance. It set up the Federation Regiment open to all races. A Malay Regiment has existed for nearly 20 years but Chinese, Indians and Eurasians could not join it. The foundations of a fully-fledged Malayan Army capable of defending Ihe country against outside aggression and internal terrorism have thus been laid. But many other tasks he ahead of General Templer. The most important of them the creation of representative institutions and the" extension of elections beyond the field of local and municipal councils to which they are at preseni conflnad Fur political progress must continue side by side with the anti-terrorist struggle; and the ending of communist terrorism must be followed by swift progress towards Malayan self-government (and independence). There is no other pattern of advancement in Asia to-day. FOREST PROTECTS MOUNTAIN LAKES By NEWELL BOOBS NEW YORK. NEW YORK is reachinn out and swallowinn town after town. Now Mountain Lak New Jersey (pop. 2.806). has drawn a toresi around itself for protection. It bought the Kreen belt from a contractor who planned to use it for building. OVER the news that lecture topics at the Virginia Bankers' Association will be "Opportunities in banking and "Embezzlement and defalcation." the New York Times puts this headline: "Matthew XVI; 26." For what i a man profited if he shall gain the world and lose his own soul? Or what shall a man give in exchange for hi. soul? TWO famous women are making book IH'WS. Eleanor Kr "The Aw.ikenmg." an account ol her travels in the Middle East. India and Pakistan. And the life stor stad. entitled •'Tho Fla though not written by her. autumn. PIAMIES! 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THIRSIIAY. OfTonrR 9 IKI BARBAfMls UiVOCATF Evidence Concluded In Estates Chancery Suit ivc.r nvr Vice Chancellor Will Hear Counsel Friday HEARING of the evidence in the Panama Estates Chancery Suit was concluded yesterday after Percy Geor^f Srdcs. tincommon defendant in all the action:. IMH't CM thilivtplantalions. CollatOll. Trents. Lascelles. Mount Prospect and Four Hills, had related his story regarding the purchase of the estates. Road To Foul Bay Under Construction Within .xcurslonistai wil have, new holida> resori In Foul Bav. Si I-hilip. At proem a road being built from the main roan to the Bay is near completion ami then vehich?-. will be able to Otvn down i<> ihi beach. Foul Bay is a popular bathina Place for residents of the ,iisti iC rh I'liiMintc nt the road has ^poileil the natural %  hough this would onlv be n..lireable to one who knew the Bav before. But to one who is seeing Foul Bay for the first time, there i* Mill much beauty about the tie.i. .. rusted background of I'HRii which form the bay and a wide spread of grape trees and various vines being most of the attraction Foul Bay is a fishing district and whan UM nshinjt season is ended, the boats an hauled up on this beach. The beach is wide and waves break fairly high. A resident of the district told a reporter vesterday that there is no fear of under currents. One thing though, when excursionists begin to make Foul Bav the new craze', a shed will be needed nearby to provide shelter from the sun. or rain, ns there is Utllt shatter available about there. The distance from the main road to the Bay Is about a quarter of a mile, the last third of that distance being hill. The hill goes right down to Ihe beach At present workmen are cutting out the road about this hill where the stone Is very hard. Residents of the district realise that the Bay is sufficiently attractive to invite excursionists, and look forward to the flush of splrit*Ihat excu rsionists bring C.C. Delegates Briefed For li. W.I. Congress Tbe Counoll of the Chamber of Commerce t their meeting yesterday discussed with their delegates the agenda for the Ninth Congress if the Incorporated Chambers of Commerce of the British Caribbean to be held in Georgetown. British Guiana, from October M n Of the 27 items on the agenda. delegates were given the necessary briefing on those which would affect the Island, namely: Canada —British Caribbean Trade and Steamship Services; the benefits (if any) to be derived bv continuation of the Oils and Fats Agreement; the desirability of adopting Common Customs Classification for the British Caribbean; United action regarding the recent IJ% cut In imports from non-sterling non-dollar areas and the granting of all British Caribbean Governments of Landing Rights to all alrrraft or recognised International Airlines. The Barbados delegates attending the Congress will be Mr ('. II King, Mr. S. H. Klnch and Mr. H. A C. Thomas. These expect to l. BVO tOf British Guiana on October 17 by B W.I.A. Also attending the Congress In addition to the delegates from the various participating colonies wilt IKProfessor C. G. Beasley. Economic Adviser to the Comptroller for Development and Welfare, Mr. A. E. V. Barton, Secretnry 'if the West India Committee. Mr W. Ferguson. United Kingdom Trade Commissioner in Jamaica, Mr. A. R. Starck, United Kingdom Trade Commissioner In Trinidad; Mr. Max Palmer, Canadian OavorD-ment Trade Commissioner in Jamaica and Mr C R. StoHi-n-vi.-!. Trade Commissioner for the British West Indies. British O11t.11,. and the Bahamas in Montreal. Caoadf Chairman of the Congress will be Hon'ble R. W. Youngman, r BE. HiLorooMp Uw Vice Chancellor, Sir Allan Collymorr will haai Couiwl in the mattei lumorrow morning when further hearing in the case will be continued. Legal appearances are Mr. W. W. Reece. Q.C.. instructed by Mr. II L. Thomas, for the plaintiffs, and Mr. Q. H. Adams. Instructed by Mr. W. O (>. Haynes. for the defendants. The plaintiffs, Reginald Oscar Camngton and others (lied three separate suits in respect of the five estates against Percy George Sealcs and others. T: being heai.i Js >ne consolidated action. The plaintiffs are asking tho*. the share to which they ore entitled in the said estates, both of the Capital Account aii the Income Account be ascertained, and for that purpose all necessary accounts and inquiries taken and made; payment and transfer by the defendants to the plaintiffs of what shall be found due to Wiem in respect of the said estates; that the Court appoint a Receiver, and that the estate* be managed by the Receiver under the direction of the Court. Two Societies The plaintiffs in then•rrMenca allege that the monies which were used to purchase the estates were contributed by two Societies In Panama, one known as the Barbadian napsoBiM Boctota at Panama and the other the Barbadian I'l.^sivc Society of Colon. They allege further, that since the purchase of the estates, they have received no accounting of the running of the estates and plant %  Giving evidence on baudf of the defence yesterday, Mr. Percy Seales told the Court that -irior to 1944, and at the time of" the purchase of the estates, the Barbadian Progressive Society operated two branches, one in the Republic of Panama and the othci In the city of Colon. The parent body was the Barbadian Progressive Society of Colon with the Society In Panama. a branch. In 1941 Vie two branches .libscribed monies and sent out deleKates to Barbados to purchase Cullt'ton In St. Peter. Since then. further funds were contributed to purchasing and running the other estates. At thO OOndtaiasSI of .Mr. Scales' evidence. His Lordship adjourned further hearing in Ibj until tomorrow morning when he will hear argument bv Counsel on both sides. Ministerial Three To Stand Trial Government At November Sessions /-I ft// MM rf' wf THREE nan war* commuted to tl ting of the m*m wv • %  _•• CIUIX ( G||ni s,. SM(ins yesterday b\ Dtatricl M.iKisii.ites The first was itS-year-old taxi driver Frank FVbraca >>f Fine Land, St. Michael who was committed by His Worship Mr. E. A Mcl.rod on a charge .year-''ld laOOurei I %  ' r fl ( JaCfcattU, St. Mud The Polka hav jusl tl I tl was commute.) bj Hhj \\ %  aewalattej! f"r tienetit of *h.u.\: Ha in hi Discharges Pilch Pine ouiuenient that IfJnUrtcrlul Government will be InBa ludos in about six months' time, nnd the nocceaary changes that will be brought about .nid Trade Union .iff airs, were the topics most widvly di*ru*Mrfl ni> M %  •:< With Ministerial Oovemmenl. will not hold Executive %  lie Union. An Advocate reporter yesterday tried to get an idea as to who might take over .is new Executives in the Union If present atocuttvai became Ministers, but Union members approached could not readily call name* t,f members who will naturally replace the present Executives, including the President A Union member said. "We have become so accustomed to the present set-up that although of lato m were hearing of the proposed Constitutional change, the announcement that it will ba mad* within the next half year %  has taken us by surprise as regards whom we would profai afl President, etc." Another member said (hat n.emirera beginning to assess the "possibles" for" the Executive Posts. They are wondering what changes in the policy and demands of the Union will be made with new Kaatul Someone hV-|Hnisir,lc "One thing we will be glad about concerning Ministerial Ciovernment," a shop keeper said yesterday, -and that is that we will know where lo attach blame when oateaaar-f. At proaont w. eaa onto %  that for years now Camngton Village roads or us i' ..Is -have wanted repair. or that people of this or that district have to walk such a long distance for ureter, but with Ministerial Government we would know who Is directly responsible." Commenting on the possible change* in the Executive Posts of the Union, a businessman said that he hoped thiit new Executives would uphold a MOM of responstl encourage workers |Q give satisfactory work to their employers. He vald that years afO when waterfront workers worked DM half what they are at present paid, they were mot* punctual. worked more steadilv. and were more cheerful. ship Mr. C. IWalwyn. char^l ''"'ice Boys'and Girls'(l..! by the PoUoo aril* th Ad. The object of [ntroduetnf >" b from a dwelling house, of clothing ""* : keep the elobl valued at £5119, tne proper., '" lhr Association well InfOf-md. of Lionel Ntics on September lt>. "' ""' aottvttlai of all the etUBO Sgt. Alleyne attached to Central •"<' '•>' ll >"* Way they shall b Police St.,: i the raw •" %  uH h closer togQM*. '"i.!"w l,r .?K?"M 0n ^ u, 1^ month', nao Itis Worship Mr. C1Walvvvn it__, ...„. .,,. ..,..., twUttad Oaibounu Ly.i %  h! dun %  ha.l ai' \\ along ihe ninei Cimilage w.ii %  • %  oatai eWefa aai dstehargbig a cargo o* pitch pine. port two i u' arai kg toe outer ln| i mo %  walttruj for unloodlnf its :* niuu.l Into the inner %  on Ki i.ia. I the feuowtfuj day, and I .HI dolry Mine then. Hands were working late on plate tha ollai Mr. Ajnx (59) of Botajoaiili Village. Christ Churrn on a Dulls Alley. St. Michael has been charged with the murder of Leslie Moore, His Worship Mr. C. L. Walwyn. police Coroner of Disriwwad 10 li than 10 film show. „.' gtVM %  the vartona olabt, the proaramme 'icludine part of the Olympa gamea. Skiing and some classical The three clubs thai rtlOWOd i awl initiative wen ft Ceeiha and the GaFarUv i down tho -.I hands of threa Wontte, Ttmoth) it v and Ktankiyn i) it wan 't charcoal, firewood and copra Tho i arrived id port "> %  i lie omit and A few warehouse hands were omployed In (oodtng lighters with The vessel foi ihis ahipmont noa not vet iRlvad ifftiimi" UPIOIUI y Terminalliner l %  due Hi* captain As regards to sport, tho Uorj rora well repi. tne Amateur Boxing conte-ts ••A", yesterday adjourned "*J* wrr *' hvUl M %  %  tne die the inquiry into the cumstances surrounding the death of Leslie ft| l--slie Moore a ftsherman of Half Moon Fort. St. Lucv dtod " his way to the General Hospital in the Police van about 9 p.m. on October 4 after it was alleged that he was slabbed at Bulk Alley The body of Moore g-aj huW (0 Ihe l* ublic Mortuary i.heie | OOal nMrtPtn examination was parfamicd by Dr A. S. Cato. Yesterday Dr Cato told the Court that the deeea*ed died from shock and haemorrhage due t.-i injuries on Ihe neck. RKMAN Hill High Schoel. K. Walters of DhP |„ rkiri / ,., •rict A. E. Straker It <; it tens, M l.intnn and, J. Cutting of Baj Street all won two fights each. Mrs. Fart/ufiarson li airman W eslern Guides Committee KINGSTON, Jamaica, Oct. B. Mrs. William K.ir.iuharsou. Island Coriimissioiiei of c :.airman of W h hi Western Hen phi f .1 tlie W : Sugar Industry To Receive B300.000 KINGSTON. Jamaica's share or {300.000 In the windfall which came to Commonwealth sugar producers from extra money received from currency differences bv the Ministry of Food In its sugar sales to Canada, has been given to the sugar industry by the JaakfliOU Government. The Sugar Manufacturers* Association say that £284,000 ol the amount will go to tl,. capital rehabilitation fund of the industry, and the rest, which Is estimated at being over £33,000, will go to the Labour Welfare Fund. Cane farmers will get their share of the £264.000. A Government official said that as far us the Government was concerned, the money will no longer be available to aid the cost of building a sugar factory in Hanover, which cane growers in that area want built, for their • OBaj. The sugar industry could, If they liked, use the money from the Sugar Rehabilitation Fund to contribute towards the cost of building the factory. —Bi.r. Jamaica May Export Beef )Frn Oar Oon rvrtaftaaarabt KINGSTON, Jca.. Oct. 8. Jamaica beet will be available lo Trinidad housewives If proposals now before government are accepted. Proposals call for the gale i>f 1,500 head of cattle annually by 'ejoii.,1 ::. -til'il;. shipnici.t:, ,nn fully supported cattlemen herw on the grounds that then is sufficiency of beef cattle in Jamaica to met 1 local needs and oversea needs and at the same time for the ptomotion of inter-Caribbean i %  < Ulo can only be exported from Jamaica on licence and so far exports of stock for breeding purposes are allowed but no shipment o| cattle for beef or beef has been made. His Worship Mr. E. A. M.Leo 1 Polieo Magistrate <.i district "A" yesterday remanded until October 16 Frank Waithe of He. i Street. St. Michael when he appeared before him charged by the Police with robbery and itOoBBCO on July 7. Sgt. E. W. King Is conducting (01111111111* hi>es the case for the Police. Waithe is future to OS) THE Sngueiu B.S Si i' %  n Octet* Thii vessel I *< %  nra)T| ami tha local ai Ltd, TWO passengers will 1. Ml 1 Mi Archer The ship 1 neral cargo including 1.200 bags of salt. 0p,i %  1 ,.-: ... or buttej THArTIC STVIW THE [tepartmeni of Highways ItO now placing 1 oa.l junctiuns thirty 11 • >n %  each corner. v they started this by wolklltg oil the -iint-li.-n <•! Swan Str,-'. I ,. SPi-i-t %  I I'niiie William Honrj ludi htlp tl.." n .iiie.iiti.: IrefBc and OtOn Is in turning hhoj an rsot major stops. ilrl Guides and Girl Seoul'Hie W.'ien traflir ,. appioaelmig lurpose of the Committee li lo fron each of Ihasi rttfeel nun %  ncourage and .leveiop the i,lii.i.,,,.., ,,, th ,. Gfficar t m C ana.ia ISA i. , ,., .., t h.-m t thev HIHKII.I ..I Ai.iciica South Amen. ., ,11,1 „,.. gp beyond th, %  Mor< he West Indies, and to assist them or (l „. hlll( | Import Licences being Considered Consideration will be given to Issuing licences for importation from all sources of linseed oilmeal, sunflower meal, groundnut meal, corn gluten meal, alfalfa mei. pollard and malt sprouts, not exceeding n total quantity of 2.00O long tons, for immediate shipment, it ha-, been notified by the Controller of Supplies Persons desirous of obtaining licences for the importation of anv of these items can make application to the office of the Controller of Supplies by October 17. Dot roprtOtilted by counsel. CHAKOEP WITH LARCENY Wilberl Waithe (34) a labouic. of Station Hill, was yoat ard ay charged by tho Police with the larceny of a Raleigh bicycle valued at £16 IS/t, the properly of Vere Bishop of Bay Street. His Worship Mr. c. L. Walwyn, Police Magistrate of District A" before whom the preliminary hearing 1* lieing heard, renian.ie 1 Waithe until October 10. • The charge staled that the of71 '" fence was committed on Sentem", pi bcr 26. PDIBD FOR AS.SAI 1/1 His Worship Mr. E. A. McLeod. ., „ tl/ Police Magistrate of DtatrJct A featerday lined Stanley Jones Jaefcson, St. Michael 20/for I saullirui and beating HyacUltfl li a i, 1 1 of Sargeant Village. t'hrist Church on August 9. I fl The tine is to be paid in 14 davs or in default one month*. In pnsonment with hard labour. have their own bocutl 'ouncils and standards approved i ) the "i LI AaMetation Thi III the in ,1 < ahana to l wil p laced ,.t ochei; 1 i luneUona duruig the H -t f.-.waoki at an lulei iiation ., i •Umtlar to ihe cholot In Kwiteti land. The new chairman now on her way back to Jamaica from England arrives next week AtriTBT Or EXCHANGE %  1 Sllvo IS..Is \V;il< li< s LOHIM I,. I1AVI.1 V ft'dton l in,|.i 1 hoy. ll.ok.-r. 77 1 II ; %  n %  MjM Drafli TT 4'IB '. ( ., 1-1.1.1.. I.P l'u|I(IH> 7* I |U %  7*. ". in am %  Touch With Barbadon Coast .I Station 1i IHEPtrt 1:1 mi: 1 l l> Colin Carter of Spry Stre*St Michael reported to the Police yesterday that $685 Motaa from his residence about 10.30 p.m. on October 6. Eunice Bryan of Chapman'i S'n.r raportad that outltry whi she valued at W and cash to tl amount of $3 were -do'en from he. ''. house on September 22. < A Thieve-. 1,10k.• and onterod th ''• hnn.e of James Arrher of Spoon"%',',' er's Hill. St. Michael on Octooi and stole money In the nmount -''''" of $60 bclonglnR to him. H „U', In* *hll>I'Mlfle Nemitd. Hun.v %  1| B n Challenirrr. %  %  Bym Itndtiry, • Cholulwa. HVlnd.. %  m llr.H. • K . parti Mart* huili. %  I ..1. 1.,it, . 1 ,.i •;, Ants—w, wnasew KRITI; OTarmiEAl ITI). Srlllm Atrnl. Fur BOOT6' PURE DRUG CO. Offer MOOTS SACtllAllIN TABUCTS f 1 NO 7/Botl "f 100 I'6 BOOTS INSIIUM All KM. .1 KODAK FILMSAll KODAK MOVIE Ell.MS All SJ % %  KODAK H MM MOVIE CAMEHAS KODAK Pllo.lu roll A V. rj i-u n>' mi iM-iMiniMi SfkTtlMn ,.l XMAS CABM BRICE WEATHEKIIEAD LTD. DRINK & ENJOY COOLING & REFRESHING Me, TI.\ I'mtm < 1 s HI REPL'TEl EVANS llll'\MIN(> —A Miltihle preiliersted prepiirtilioti of While Urar in t'rnmilar lurni HVOVITE— An RauTJ Il\tln.lalr ol l.iier I'rolein with Niiliiriil Vil.miins .mil Mull Kxlract. HRFKONA— A Tonic KcM-.rulive rontuininK the AntiAlineiiiic Principles ol l.i\er t innliiried with Iron and Nicolinie Acid. An excellent Tank for Adults ul Children KNIGHTS LTD. All Hi.in. lies. VAUXHALL WIVI:II.\ • MOKE MILKS FBI OAIXON • MOKE POWKK 11,111") • MORE SPACE COCRTESY GABAGE (Robcii Thooi Umlttd) Dial 4016 While Park Road YOUR FAVOURITE SHIRT IS AMONG THIS LOT !! ARROW WHITE SHIRTS Collar attached. Sim 131 lo 18 Inch -a $7.02 ach CONSULATE SELF COLOUR SHIRTS with TrubrnUd Collar attached In had ol Whll. Blue. Grey and Tan. PTICM S8.54. $8.40. $8.77 VAN HEUSAN SHIRTS^-CoUar aflachoi While Siz : 14; to 18 ln>. $9.34 oach. SANDY McDONALD WHITE SHIRTS—Collar atlachod Sues : 14) to 17 Ins $6.66. OTIS MEN'S RIBBED ATHLETIC VESTS— SIMT*1MS SUM: 36—46 in. $1.36 OTIS MEN'S BRIEFS Hockey Shorts) SU*>: 23—42 1ns. $1.59 por pair. GENTS' LEATHER BELTS—Manufactured by Hickok ol New York in shades ol Light and Dark Brown Prlco : $2.93. $3.77, $4.56 Here's THE WILSON HAT The Popular Brandin all the latest Styles and Shades CAVE SHEPHERD & Co.. Ltd. 10 11 12 & 13 BROAD STREET. ALSO ENGLISH FUR FELT HATS AT THE VERY SPECIAL LOW PRICE OF $5.40 ea. Call in Early and Select Yours . HARRISON'S Dial 2352 IIY SI.I.M ri>. TUBE mm l -I VI Ih. plil % %  id i un C'II II" %  I .18 % %  : ] i.M ll.rrv llrird Kruii S*UdP .r ... ..... I %  prr tin lliiiiiii* pre 3-llw I jiudUn Srdlni" prr Un I iiiul'-nsrd Milk pi-r Un i inVmm Cnaksn prr lln The abavr Ilrnis tor ( 4-h fluthrr l>*U 3-lb. pkl il" l un A S^u.rr prr pkl. t|u4krr IUI. 3-lb i>kl v. ill' (iljip<*r pkl. lion Rrnd Whllr I'rpprr la/ til) $1.44 t-W. lln I IUII Hi uid HI...!* I'rpprr 4-o. tin tl.10 I-oi. nn Drnmor Boiiflrs* llamn l-lb. Un SS.6S 2'i-l lliinl -. \>pjrj-us I HI[ii-r lln Pmlttiwrata !* %  *••( Iimn i p" tin Parti Bttitiin MaaknMM H* '•" l.uklrr Crrmsiiimpmt prr pot %  I -.! % %  Mumpo'i l-M6V snwll in n, shitnipiHi Urur "lit -mull i, i affta <• % %  '-lb tta Kullroup Milled Milk prr lln Un...' Mm %  i "ii I"* I'" I*,,.•!....,< ( I., M M l M mi Mrtdou>ur~l < Mn-r i>T 1-IB t"> DaaUi < un mi rl "" :;•i NOW M 1.20 At .16 .30 I.*0 Onl. SI.40 %  41.36 .40 .34 3.16 .63 .64 .55 .05 .63 *l .65 4 II I '1 < ill K \HI I IM Itl'M STANSFELD SCOTT A f'.. #.***#



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I'M.I sl\ BARBADOS ADVOCATE llll lisKAV iKToHllt • 1*51 CLASSIFIED ADS. TitcPHOst stag WED i -l October ffhapt.... i tu*r... *r ..1 %  OH SAII AUTOMOTIVE ihr-*r. M II W l..ll IN MEMOKIAM .(1-n'i Fioranc. AN.\'OI %  >" K.MK.\'TN ^ FA VI. M(My iw""-n*tia COOK pasts TH IIBIIO* %  |T after O,I*HT l"h CHMVWJJI lioVAI t- "re* ana a ft I u • %  Fluid Drtvi .>.lll Trt LI i> Mi T l)M) Kirwh ottrtaay Oa rare I %  %  dr Apply LivnrocK I'lllMI SAMS Ml HI.II MIMICS BEAU ESTATE -r^ I land. i mm -• •! %  mm MHit •Hi 4 1 .Uli. rn-M" if'|KUI mr n NOTICE ii i "tr*-. h. liven lhal apf>l.ra lion MM bea*i m-nte to 11— BrWWt of lha abovr na*>*d Cnanpanv ky Maurlrr l)e I ..no l-.av.rl>. (ar It.* L^ M M W* iTi.-h*i. • 1MB. upon Ik* Italan-iant that linrmte 1W te a AH II u a. MECHANICAL AIM CrmniMmmOtlS lor operrtinn Iron ."" T4r-..it sf TTd i.. > Attach* •I IBaaltra !>!* Iii qui.k-t. i %  I i.r-r Dial Mia 3 It S3n I .HI nfler far Bale by Publtt Cowl-lit— at my afSJre VrTTOtUA I.TP.WT n FKIDAV 10th ,.t I n. %  DINS iw IMPARK nn a. f i ....... i .... • %  -i nt i woiri Dm TBUCT -u AOODS 14.BM and 1744 t*j.i".. d ng itie IIMMMUI* oa n atma to •< %  "> f" all Infarmttn and tmdiliMU <•! aale aa->ly B AfcHB Mc KBNUK Dtel M1 Victoria IWtt Matlhlai. Up 1 ft IB I %  i %  LBIDWa 1 ll'HAHV IM IIIlfl OP! %  l.tert boo*, on DIVI ,g n.J and TtiOUfnl. 1 %  > %  l*iOt(* . % %  Valllatd. Hamblln. It* barbadian "V" 1 N % ... .tr.rt 1"-d nj.ieB*. Drop In Monfl 1r.pt! I OK RENT HOUSES j LATH lltdioon Haaatnawt Aap f fc PMM Dia l 4PV. "n.ntACOMrE-oN-sEA *ui [xcaUM t a Bathinfi. lol batad, Parlour and diim oftce*. !* %  -•" • %  AGRXUI.TUKAI. EQUIPMENT. Il>*.t rakn. crap %  curt prrai md di'tiibtiliiri. and UWddl <1ltllbt.lor.. Mii'. pi....nn, and vai.l %  %  ..v. 3 10 M—dn Kalald'i %  iruM* and olhrr makri •dolti 81'ti Cou'trajr Oatas^ m,i 1 IB M An -rtORAIMA" a OMM! ••Mi•••• %  • ranted land al coruat a* HUM III1Jand GAWUSoN ROAD i lnipccliim an app.Katim. %  I %  %  . A I Tha bauaa and lt> apurtan*tM aiU b art up lor *aW b pub", camprti'-n. ..I .ut otr. Jam— *Waav Prtdftrl %  •" %  „, TWadav. Pin Ottotew liW. M " .KAHWOOD A PXJYCft I Id U-dr. Ulan* • all anal i iRnad r.prelai.% %  .: .. %  (BUM ii>ai at.m lAhTTTA ,..d c, A Co %  ,.-;..r %  -.:. B POWIR — a bunlow-Tra houN Htuatd al Tba oarrwaa. tandind on 7.444 tqitata laat • lai and (omprliini Iwo vetanddhi lr Ii. .WK t'"m, tw toadroaaia. uual nm VddtiMM kitehad 4Vc aatada MTMBM ro^aa, and .nclaaad n* IWctrar.l. •M Q P i r — te* .MteUad tea| iillnn by apwunlmrnl aur. Mi inia — Dial J3 Th. propetr* anil b. HI up tot *•"• publ I Ml atlh MIX .nh.r-.iMand notlc* u bnaftai givan 'in thirty da>. fra-i date aftaaa pel •! ••. ,i. rn ill In daal aHti .. &f .ppUaadl n. ^""^ i IW P.-t o* NOTICE r*aiiR oi i joarm Al-Pl ICATIom tar ana va. .m PTtean v ,,i ti b ra>aitm bj tba %  ••• laruaurd not later Iban Vaturday. it— f (Xtiibrr. 1M3 Atullrant* rnvi^I ar Wtdioa* lafkttel. 'iiiMtani and In Mialtened tiKumKINC Ii-a Vaaliy 4 io Ja-an A T Ctatk. 31. Joan GOVERNMENT NOTICES VACANT fOST OF INNPECTCIK b#n extended io 15th N.iveenbn. IPK. UMMil %&m by;rie T. VINCCNT POLICE ItMttt Twu mratc Steno Typipts rtqunecl Am • •• to M y*an. Height 5 feet • Uicbcs. Educauon Secondary School Muit be good typist* with M wordi per minute shorthand. Applicant* will be intprvlewrd at District "A'* at 10 a.m. on the 14th October R. T. MICHEUN, Commissioner of Police Pol uc Headquai ten.. MHHIMI, 8.10.52. 1052—2n NOTICE IS l.rrabv civrn that all Parana havina d*bt o> claim upon or artcmnd tl _H of tnint Carllate ftelda. late rallartlla In lha par.ah ot ftaltit MKh.fl who drad In Mm laUnd on lha Pith da. b> •.q.iit*d io tand in p.rtlcuUn of Ihrtt v'.aio duly alb-Mad te Vwia BttUna r.rhte. ha u*URad Arnim.l-.ln. of te %  rtdta of thr Hid rna Cailiala Ftehla, *a Mraara Hutchinaan fa Banfteld. al Ihatr pfltea a* Jama* Ibaat. %  HdgaWivP .... ..t bafora Ilia Itatt day ot Novaanbar. |P I after harh date I ahall praaaad te fi-libwtill>* aiaala at Ute aakt aaaate adnng the partita tntlUrd tharalo ha.Ira irftif lha dafrfa and elate, only of IH -r. I ahall Ulan pm had notice and that 1 inall Bat ba lUbla for aaaat* %  di^ iributad to any aarann o whoar aar.1 or laini I thall not iiavr had notice al lha iuaa of eufh dutrtbuiwn And all paraona ind-btaal Io lha aaid a-tela ara laff—rdad te aatUa lhali ... ..,(. aitrvoui dalay l)a Decorations and Illuminations Commltte* for tht? CoronaUi of Hr Majestjthe Queen, have been lriformed by the Manager of trie Barbados Electric Supply Corporation, Limited, that their company u prepared to allocate an amount not exceeding 500 Kilowatts lor the puryoaa of lUuminaUons next June. The Company la expecting dettvery of a new GeneraUnf Set early nttatt month, and alUwush it Is importable to allocate any curat the present time, they arc willing to utilise this set for illumination purposes during Coronation week. It U requested thai all applications for a supply for illumination puiYot-as should be sent to the office of the Barbados Electric Supply Corporation, Ltd., not later than 31st October, statins; the actual wattage required. Any acceptance for applitationa for a supply cnitspie the city of Brldgftown will dapend on whether the distributing mains In the district are capable of carrying the additional load. The mercantile community are respectfully asked to co-operat damage caused by White Ants. No unprotected timber ii salt? from the ravages of Irtptcu. from rot or decay. Protect your timber the safe way by using Solignum Wood Preservative, applied easily and cheaply by an ordinary paint brush, spray-gun or dipping. Solignum gives complete protection against all forms of insect attack. Buy only genuine Solignum. used the world over tor SO years. Apply Co W. B. HUTCHINSON A CO P.O. BOX 265 BRIDGETOWN for Details and Loco' Stockist! Ml Mi~Ail.r.n | JOUGNUM LTD K rtCMlrOUC STUtI LONDON. A C } SHIPPING NOTICES



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TIIUiMlAV <)( roBKR 9 1*52 lIAilllAlllls U1 '.ATI %  l > I %  V HENRY BY CARL ANDERSON o: C LINT OF THE FLYING SQUAD .... BY ALAN STRANKS ft GEORGE DAVIES l! : -A'o' %  ~T r T*** £ *" • iJ **< '" THAT ew^\ tr y^ J2 kl $ (A ^; flr*V BLONDIE BY CHIC YOUNG WOULD COME THE NUTE 1 GET I HAVE NO %  MAIL POP VOU. 1 PAGVJOOOI Hi p^j %  HOW DO VOU 1< LIKE MY jp,' NEW < WHISTLE ? ', 3LN TLASH GORDON BY DAN BARRY -,M^/ / WE CJ ASP %  '-L WO HAP NOTHIKO TO OO W TM TMift rO — meN. 1 ive 14 'Or 191 LK -.\, r-1 / wl ( Tm "... fT~W;. t-Ttlie-. a JtapidHealingofWounds 'Cetavlex' Cream destroys germs and promotes rapid healing of wounds, burns, and T3HW sores. CREAM Sole •..ni.. and Distributors A. S. BRYDEN & SONS (BARB/DOS) LTD. LWWtt (MNKM (PHARMACru cts> ITD. .lr.,J.,,tf ,u !" pOn T Of rWlprfrO* C t—CI I '.ili.ri HJ If you knew her stcret you, too. could be more charming, lovely, attractive %  %  tod the teem ol hot anranif-tm ti Odo-Bo-Nc Doo't I* % %  uadorajm odour %  potl fOUl (nthem • Odo-Ro-No aaleiy atopa per*p>* ration and odour lor a full it hnur> • Odo-Ro-No itayt creamy lotipci —nerer IMS ftriily fvra ia open jar. • No dctnlorwit vicam ii to harm lew 10 fabrics u Odo-Ro-No • No deodoram tram it *ntlcr to • Moaittta akin, aod h to t* ODO-RO-DO CHAM m dao4oro.it •Mm I0-DAVS NEWS HASH BROH N'HNAI 1 HAL ILMANAC USJ IN ,K, ALL FVffl ilir <-t.lv atOH II. 5' II i %  i i, /OIINSON S STATIONERr fit and active... giv them HAUBORANGE •very day i nf*A nonawa i m R tor buiidin up reaerve* ol vital enrtny. prornotit.,' healthy HTH-MII, ttroni IIKIM and tcetli — and refinance lo lUnen JOHNNY HAZARD I rraoMTDTHi \ TO**hSHT -. •^JNCh* 5H(TAAAM %  \ %  %  A BRINGING UP FATHER BY GEORGE MC. MANUS L'ZZ E MAJ-O.6 DGCOC0 TO TUJ -i-CBO-SL,-' --i .: ,f.-.-: p L .' ____^__ '1% .*, v '*sD WHAT CJCTEAT t>av IT **fl Wi-*H TMC AftM-WAGC^ pPv*5 *MX4.0 UET NOU iT _tP *WTM NO CCE CO*M _^^^_ Tfc AtUEv-JM 4> x . UfCO TO aVT N TV* QUTTgB ANO •m.TC*' TLJE — m fi*Sa^G I'ABADCRiP Kir.BY 'ONCMJNDAV IT ID %  %  -.-.'" A .-,-, A.' C*S -'.' ... BY ALEX RAYMOND ;* / --ff...LjNi.r...L*AES< 'i FiNO I THE PHAN' BY LEE FALK & RAY MOORES £*C*Nro: Ta oo nines n M emit wows • ..^ THE NICEST WAV OF TAKING HALIBUT OIL COODl ITt AH MzsJutef M-d from puro-i halibut oil. ckwly blended *"th the mice of npe orangct. it it ruh in Vltaeiini A and Dndio delJoouM ia taite that ^^ the most Ilmiti vouagitrr take* ^t *"•' delifht. ^PiV jiS* iDddentallr. u'a fine for no. Haliborange PRODUCT MiMV I.I 1-Jtgljnd by: ALLKN HANBUKVN LTD.. I llNOIIN, K.2 Heal is exhausting-^ ospociallv tor •iioninii (iisidn 1 !. Hi(imi'i I %  tut,! i, .. r*o V HTOl %  ks ill MUI dm Virol DI A R I E S D I A R I E S A wide range of Desk and Pocket Diaries now opened at the ADVOCATE STATIONERY IT PAYS YOU TO DEAL HERE SPECIAL OFFERS AVAILABLE THURSDAY TO SAfURDAY AT ALL BRANCHES Gram Ctjgfl l.iin Mkharti %  Niif ririu ."I-IIIN. Virnim BaaHffM I %  '•/. Berr — t'arib U.u.llv mm ta i . 91 ." .80 5.53 5.011 .411 M .24 .211 'i 4W|M I U • Iin. i 1 i>-f (>kr r l'r*rln>* -\>i UD IM Iti ii"!' f-r lint ill — ill I p i(.r |i %  IIC.IIIM.1 lit — per tin'. -..t'Hi-.i.iv— p*r l.-.i Moron—per 1...1 1 i.tr. U I H D. V. SCOTT & Co. Ltd. Broad Street



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WHAT'S ON TODAY Public H — Qu.ni • P M.chl i... %  ..n.. i cii | CMH HSIlKDAY S WtATHUt £PO*T 85 DEAD, 170 INJURED IN RAILWAY DISASTER Children, Commuters Killed In 3 Train Crash MM I'llVIIMIU Political Stability Is Vital PORT-OF-SPA1N. Od 7 Political stability, witt portam c ll..i •yeas of Trinidad and the We* Indies are worth fight mi. for and even making MCi-fflce loi Hoi ourable Albert >. %  .1 Of Labour. Industry ami tala hei, lodaj lb 1 turned with the H Bryan. Minister of and I-ands from AgncullUi e| ( Ih er pas;.TS and persons standing on vfitt 1 thr United Kingdom Both Uv ufrered W were accompanied by their wtvei urfm. ...*i'.~ a '2'"' K* 1 wnul i ,T r '"" 1 the peak wanted more than anything M .,f | LONDON. Oct 8 THKFE TRAINS crashed in a station in northwest 0 to-day killing at least K5 people in nne of the in recent year?.. The injured counted numbered about 170. A night express from Scotland crashed into a London suburban local train feared to be with Kboo] children. Then another express train tor the north hit the other iwo locomotives. The expreea hurtled Into UM station platform where hundreds of ..onden city VIQrken were waiting for the round tram. National hanways said' DR. GOLDmW COMMENDS DR. ADENAUER to develop .i sense of P trust for their fellowmeti. "We can all have a happy lifr here" he said. When asked then rtcwi on the appointment of a Uttva dlan Governor. Mr Gomes said it was a me i Hi Bi..,., observed that tin tin come when a West Indian Govarnor should !-• appointed Both Minister were glad to I i Hon. Bryan was art <: %  bir, two sons and Hon. tinrrcs l> eleven of hi>* children Another was left behind in the V K ing music. • m —C.PMIG's Buzzed Mercv Plane paafc n the find tot "' Autunn whin the i The Night Scot came upeediug through the Mtalion i Harros* wth of laondon., .it vl high %  bit with thre^ or four carriages piled on top of each footbrMgi ovei the station wai carried away, -it is hie tin eye "tineas said. Many Injui en i .. %  through | lene rut' ting machines. Clouds of steam ;md smok hid ihe Injured from rescuers in a -ughimaie of pain and destrue%  inhered over the 1 i.ir to the i doctor! < limbed into UM • ingJed steel and wood to nrimiiiister injections. BERLIN, Oct. 8. Two Soviet M.I.G. 15 fighter.' butted a us. Airfare plane in the Baffin air oorrid and fired warning machine gun shots without hitting K or wounding any o( the i.ve riewnien The mer.y plan States An: ucel evaeuatlon plane making %  > routine flight from Frankfurt to Berlin to pick up patient*. It was buzzed by Soviet jet fighters near Kneunern %  boal eo miles southwest of Barlln m the .southernmost of tho three ntwdreffmfle wldi linking the city with western Germ. Bloody Survivor* Benefits Of Tourism Bnrbados is conUnnlng to ban#nt from the tourist Indus try as cut bt wen by Uic amount of monsy brought into ttar island from tht hard cor ii?my ares. Mi H. H Hart, Cnrraucy Control OAcor. told the "Ad vocal-'" yesterday that dnring last month, iH.lfifl U.S. dollars, 6.200 Canadian dollar* and So.090 bollvares were %  pent by tourist* as again.it 77.SB!. U.S. dollar*. 4.BK Canadian dollar, and 27,980 bob raras spent for the same period last year The figures for the month of August 11162 were aa feign 108,509 U.I. dollars. ..!' % %  Canadian dollars 90,850 BollvarM •Dead" Son Write* His Mother %  is, bloodstained and lnc '/' With Ihatf datba. cut 1> ribbons, crawled nut of smashed c. %  ( lotha. and luifc.iu.' in r the station for' I.ONDON Oct. 8. .ids. A woman's A mo thcr nld on Wednesday h, %  hoeUd M..H K**d out l „,.,. shr „„„.,.,„„ ,, c ,„, „,„„ put iiibhlf "II nil mtfl lo M „„, whoni „„, Beat up in Ihe ,-t ld one urAdmln ,„„„„„ d(H ., arod d „ d vivor aa he found his carrkafc on l mnr „ ha ... v ,.., r . Ull Ihe platform. I '"*" "" """ *" hit tho back of It The expids-;!*" nd '" f* PWHPPin**. "aid engine wo htirte.1 in th. ' *" "ve and well. In his age. In the Scottish l-^tpreas ''Ur Harlon Udd his mot. First reports indicated that one passmgers were |USl taking Wi,fl wounded in iwruary, LMfl of the M.I:G's tried actually to ivreakfasl. An attendant said 0,! Luzon and spent the next shoot at the hospital plane but %  We felt a terrUi iweytn| .md twenty-six months in "dozens of later an Airforce statement said. immeili.ileK flunf ounwlves I" the ho^plt^ls In the P.icifl several michine RUH bulHti were Boor. When the crash fired "not immediately directed gt Pip and the the plane but app;innlly intend, .. remanOOU (loud ed to nt'ract attention, or to serv,-.;, tvotfe bui %  could, eebrl %  > help thoel ppod Men i Ipped ol •'" .11 tore •kirti to help bead •# %  UM injured. ntng The Untted State? inlUtery K ne lond.d %\ Vett Berin'mnle-".T Alrpnrl ti -d;iv aft the IncldeOt In the air corridor. —t'.P. Detectives Seek Poisoner Of Four Hurled Into Air The Night Scot smashed into Hie the local eommutera ii.,m %  imuni In UM I itlon with aanf 800 pajagngari jammed in %  ': %  -'i •ng. Th'-re was nn ear splitting, • %  xrlos'on-like ereafa the coaches %  %  | rted cregtly sm Aflei that. Ilorlen said he >—nt ( into bualneei on Semer laland nnCI now owns a farm and a construepeny, But he said he is beck in rvue again and will > discharged soon. He said he their i' lan '" return home. 1 it was a terrible shock. Just Ukl petting a Itttet from the dead Mrs. StunnfT said. '1 |ust knew he would come rwck somed:i>. I never gave up hoplor • in and -now he will be : mne soon." —B.i.r. BONN Qermen) Oct .'. i) %  dent af the e> %  1 claims aga n*i Get ineni i highly ; Konrad Adenauer on Wedrn I n an> -Israeli I S7H< Nati %  v He said "ihe mern will y e hui %  and* of .it-wish vlesMM peraatuUon new means of living." | "Both Israel and ih.)organite U oni M wnon • %  ,. i am speaking pay | pull ol gKxiwiii %  hoe bt 0 %  inn who met! munerot ..denl ibe" i that! Bundestag would ratify the agrerment eitnoul deiav. —i r. U.N. Postpone Truce Talks MITNSAN. Korea. Oct. 8. The Allies today deflnni %  i i Korean arn Istto 4 bnintl] h Nil | II e Iteds that tht next move wag up " them Tl •" i ll remain in etict until ConununtM %  gat he Allied [rupusal for settling the stalerr.ate over the prisoner or war aaassinfl or make a "cinstruetive proposal of their own Utul -Gen William K HnrrKon mtsor Allied negotiator told Reds w Panmunjon th*t th> t'.N Cnmmund had nothliu: furiher to ufla* on the subject of prisoner-: General Mark Clark said It to "up to the CommuniRl.s to show whether inej loo a/aw >i Uee l' N Inalata on v lunterj re:_>: %  %  laUon ol pi iaoaera, lacut.-Gen Rarrlaon told North Ban Ol oeraj Nam II "you have M a forum for the mtis: eletOUl t\|>e of prol ar.ni'i.i —T p. THE WINDSOR iai inn-r Plane lMissiim Neatr oNarll C7 Russian Territorj TOKYO. Oci a FAR BAST AJRTORCI reported lOHtay an Intenalv" KU i Supori >i ii< .. boil bet DiiM n> afK I I picked up an unidentified alrcrefl gppmecljlng ii nenr Ruesian lerritory An ofncuvl lieternenl tald ing northernrnoat Japanaae island ol Hokkaida glnce mid-dai yesterday. SYDNEY. Australia, Oct. 8 Ten roasting s>dney detectives were asslgnel Wednesday to track down a prisoner suspectt-d f the gluaninuni family The fourth suspaeted victim Was cremated before the BUt< l>e mode. Crime reportars called the deaths thmoat sensation?! series of poisonings in Auatreliao crime history. —I'.r. Newsmen Begin Talks Saturday Annual Tory Confeijpnce Opens the %  Mad Ilirnv.-nv: IIAI.TIMOIIE. M.u> laml. (>. I ii Iowa Luii. Franzinl. President of Ihe 7 Inl.v-Amcncan Presa Society, artived In lialtimuro last nmht . i r. ,.„.., UlliJjW, Swedish motorshlp ll dew:,,, onto the parallel lracl<., h< s.ar,et,-. ElnMh anin. light In front of the onrusli.ng ,„, ,„ chiraso Oclobw Ilia L*ondon Manchester Express. October 18 There wai lecond ti.men.ious Franzinl said two rr. ,-roah and the wreckage and glass ^ HU-,,.^, .„ n..v P mm..ni OH ihe pUtrOrm until Ihe „..^.'?~"^ d Oovernmenl scene resembled a battleileld. r V news|K.prrs partleTh re was %  moment of silence. u "^ in Argentina and the supThen lh .tunned and dazed P 1 ? distnbinion and pricliaaMllgMS crawled from the P""*— %  _• • from the buried I coaches began the -creaining and flA'PIQ /C ^"Ji / / aneuung of Iha trapped and lav/, l i; *" W.MbMtMd ^uted—girls on their way to I-ondon's anenelal district, 1 Hlfhl Scot, chit%  St. Lucy Finning Boat Fund Tha Churchwarden (Mr r A Oraavrs) and Vaatry of Ui. paiiah of at. Lucy have ru,:> -ii' begin <" %  y< daj Oetnbti II. H t H "ti.. with a t: Ik V01 Hedif Mr f s Olten, • i'v diugg> This %  i %  % %  will be • lightly drTerent from the i M in thai Ii %  i;m n in :i. rou-.r. These talks in the ajmti i ow %  lor, and th, neae .„ s %  ii bfl given Ih In \i ii. D, il.. 1 A Ivan third lecture "'ii ill h %  V H i' A The Canadian Milli-rIn Jaimiifa I.Ill llllltllll i W.ltl I %  M '. I.l.l' rtarnoon \ Force officers belli in .\. \\ d! \oi I raclc *• %  %  l,M ~ vr bombei normal pro%  %  arua. In lb nuuula-s thi' IV i on ihe radai ii Nomura on Hokkaido 1 ., ( u t,| tc at e invm-d i 16 mllre from tht it., ,.,,,,, IVC Snoru) ift u> -, i,,. h .... tntne is 1 i | n.i i radio TI then in in .HI tmphiblous and let Friday, Octooei m Talk oeei Aghter planei cornbed UH 1 area RediITu ion by Mr K s Olton, ..i' ",. i %  bui %  ere i n.m hampered in theti eaaren opera-] Monday October 13 11 illng ly Di \ l. Sui.nt il Y M r A Suliect 'Anile Heimitniv l>i .laraneac ii-.* iviH-ele t-rota the' ^^ ^ nd near < (he Tuaasloy, October 14 LectUT. Rusulan on-up ed Kuilcs island „, H e,wonrt* SI P. ler bv Mi I bean of Jaumi, said the o Reader Subieet"VenerM Buperfortreei laautng black imoke Diseases." i % %  %  • %  % %  > down In ttu dtrei Wedmeadey. fvtober is. -i.eeUon of the open sea within Ru.-; t urt tt | School Pasture. St John French Raid Reds PAJUS, Oct. a. Mere than s.000 p.i. nled Communist and f liow tr.iv.iiiilg i I it 11* HI suro.ise slriKu % %  the cnu •• SWOOp WfS tu %  the HlllUr) t oun in I'. -—, Mi. N^^ 1 tSw*ie.h.'.?V begun 1 -. Rv had k>%  %  %  %  I 1 %  da that io %  Kremlin dominated CommutuM party a thn ,„,., 1 the Frei: arehei %  regional neadqu irti ^ Iowa to rung 1 1 Para Mild, iv court Magtsv. Michel ordered th .iclion due to "atteinptl agauiM 1 %  %  out incident and the ni I l..k.'i %  drawn befOI .,-.r to M Cornmiasarlei 1 %  bo led slroag tui beavlly arnwd pauce squans (Jiivernnicnt BcUon .1. wHnOUt warning after the campaign against Communists begun la-t May had seeming y died down Hut aoeerntneni apatlall t^ had bean mnetiy a*erksn| %  deeumenti lelaad during i*ie nationwide raids of Ma% rifle swinging police broke Into the barricaded headqu.11 1 frcm Ii Oimmunisl pert) 1 lie gaai .Minsl ihe i orniiiuiiisU in the at .lied by Magisli.i'. H Arongaet poaalbai ugaltaa and could drae ll twnalty for nnvm 1 ty id France.— V. P. %  A In Men's lives h 2 In i;n 1 ..I Fiui.iv. Qttebtr 17 W by Ihe Br'tlih Council V MiA Suhiert Show it Ihe vinir-CTrui rv.. i WASHINGTON, o,. I\ KINGSTON. Oct. 1 Si .. 1 .,' Si ,i.. !! %  ..... a....... The lhr...-,n.,n aaHgatlna Ol IA. Millei," A.... ..„ „ „, .• ,1 '"'",""' }"J^., 1 .. 1TL..J.I..I. i.,..i,.hy %  "". "nil.d Nation, force, KiiiB-ton tonlBh. ,„ Utat m Ih( %  1 a trim 111 t Morocco Rejeels French Reform* Governor A/i/minl* Council Members from Trinidad visited Ba Ui| Caned Kin, %  nave iUi %  i' I .1 wi'i k ggo —t'-P. m Health Conference Tine 1-. ting on U N king lor a receea In Iru 1 •"-. Mr Aeheaon v.mi thai it is teles* to continue t.dk-. lot Ri %  iitlliaed riegoUation false and v. 1 i.. 1 1 Oct H %  %  (loth (01 %  file/ acted uv rn 1 .. 1 %  AN %  IKillA. Oct M.s F-xcellen-v .he O ippotnted Mi %  F. Rya W. E. L. Wall an 1 Mi W Duel Called Off HAVANA. Ore. The Att.iir i*| rnmoi,i %  Roirerlo Agramonte PresidenUai analdale of the Cuban Pooplei I arty m tfM 1 %  %  %  I.'.-.1 mil Partj P En .: Oehog Ithoul the ajuiounc 11 rdtng tiThe quarrel arose e/th Ookaa made aaneaaai .i a party m ating Sunday to whi Agramonti v ling B l. lOcho 1 1 -aid the abaca whole mattei would b Hi Ilaihados Sanitary ip CUM • AaaoclaUon are hoWtnrf T(|| S)vr ,. lills .,„,,,,.,. ., H.-..UI. 1 unlerenri In I ,., .,. .. 10 a.m. at Queen's I'.nk. Hi ^otigto and will 1 J. w. Hai. A nunlri dt legetloi 10 Colonial DeveJopmenl gnd | over Umr an re* Wefii 1. 1 .1. 1 rep! M h P I %  to tin I \i.n..| : %  "i nf UM new Angullln Legislatl st KmMi %  Co, IHineni" (I'lth to both 11 open n ind addriaau will b by Dr Colin Vaughan. I r '• Header. Mr. O. II. Pagan. Mr H I. Hell Mr. r. 1. r.ittens. ih %  pul Ik ue bwiled One of mil mil;.' %  tu make %  their own for all how %  onl it 1 ol wai a %  —\p. WASHINOTON. Oct B i.nVial has Mited William Oatls In CaVChoelovakia and has reported that the Imprisoned American reporter rays he Is well, Secretary of Stale Dean Achtson disclosed WednesSfAHilOItorCH. Kngland. %  Mr Winston Churchill opened the Conservatives' annual confer-. ence. the flr since the party redren on their way to school gained power a year ago. Peace Wembley and buMni and ltarn0fU were expected to' 'triped trousers and black jackets ?.r, n .re'in.!",.X^ ,t ,Sr' A *• -•-;-„-* %  " %  -*a... Party contarenM. 2ST '"a %  • " """" m '"•' More Mian l.BOO raaaluUons are f %  ". "' lh ooorway and communiil Cjechoalovakla has Uated lor dlactmlon but Ihe con""PP !" "" <" '" r track, Tho p„ m i llc< i .„ American Embaiay rerence docs r.o. make partv pollci ' severely injured b 'an drayofficial to yirit Oatls since he us. at the ronferenri. *hleh end:. Sat-' One the dead and LnjirM Irani [ailed on April 23. 1951. on urday. ln e wreckage. trumped up spy charges. — cr. —r.p. j —i.r. IK :. I.I;.\IS Two U.S. Navy Planes Destroyed BD0UL, Oet H THK NAVY said a U.S. propeller driven navy pig gyag snot down by a Communist M1G IS jet I yesterday and another was destroyed by Hod anli-aiici.ill fire. Two Corsairs were loal when puuteaj Iiom Uu States carriers Princeton. F,-sex uiwith Airforce fighter bombers t. Red Yon^ponR. 4<> HUM Wa1 ol Won-.an IM K.istein K %  i ^^ S.-M i ii nghtihweet Korea % %  i %  i | !. -' 'tair. The other plane waa lost eg '•n't time n laM ihj.n a sveej. that M I.fiY i> %  piopeUer diW" •(, waiji United %  • %  %  i .i. pendenci ittempt io I j I ...' %  I %  %  %  %  UM ..I the li I i %  with the i-ii, Roali •' %  lenei i In Pai i %  i %  1 %  i now %  after his lUbat air%  ui sources Keaadlng a mark In yesterday's Toraade Eaee. TK sWppered by Ivsn Perklas Uads ta ieet foUowad by TaT 3g. Ta. *0 iklpaend by T?d<*y Hoad sveotaaUy con tke race. 1 Avenging O'.N. /oldiers battered %  tack* aa the Kighth Ar%  i rieet i rate) .ghtuig %  %  %  i ri wrm IRW i/lJ UAVS UNI8TK* CON8BQUMCE9 WASHINGTON I Mouadc^h tailed Ihe Unit*. %  %  Wednesday to the "sltilsf c t:. •inuciices of more del.' |i | %  MMsadegh's warning Ihialy veuad 1 might %  i goni %  Th letti r was I c.m Ambeitador Lloyd sen in Teheran Tuesday nlgli* i . %  i i Mo... %  J latest settlement proposals. In 'he letter ig Premie %  and 'T Mr. TruT' l %  hat in; galled iren*i fu I den •I I *m*#jf CHOCOLATfc COKIKNUT BAR c" J 15c. FRY'S 4 FAVOURITES



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PAG! r.iii BARBADOS ADVOCATE illlll-l'W ill IOBEK l*5t Cahib falling %  i S i %  i i enters svfeo %  1 %  (;. w \ %  her aunt In New York Rmkttmg Hi-re WR and Hllfl K ) MAR*fi sn M I %  >. %  %  IV.-I %  %  M..n%  A. 1 II will t paying %  %  l %  %  f',,i inn .-• %  Hfiiliiu \ hit M i: A Dal i \ii; AarlauHiml AdnrMaj tti I M. i %  petM oa viml and experts in return to Haitian"'* this week. T IIF HON. F. C. MUTSON. arootii ihp paIcaving the Island for Gn i.-.-l l > %  > H W 1 A OR Sundav Marl rWl M i: i c ncavn n illure also led foi B I %  %  <• visit. \i*itifi IktufhU-r M STANLEY K1NCI1 ami h i son Roger were passenUootrattl, Caitadi I %  !. | '. C.A. Mr* %  11 be vlnttng hpv daughter who is Testdlni ir Kpactf to rnsurn In Mrly In Dacw Hum, Xflti III tW M il CIIA1U.F.S VKAHWum <>f Mr A. Y —w rood •f Rolton Ijine. renirii- IMMR/ ;*// \ U0 arriving in me island during the past week from '. <-n /uela on a moiith'a holiday visit were Mr. and Mr*, {'ru'limf who are also guests at Paradise Beach. Kttjoyetl Slay M ISS E. OITTRAM ol St Matthias Gap. returned by %  SS i. %  S-tuiday last yftor a three-month holiday visit K Btka had an enjoyable holiday and Is | Off Tu d.nmla D R. A. P MT-Jit of Buttali. st Oaorg* was also a paaaangei ntaftag 'he past week HontreaJ, Canada, ii.win ba i> ratling about Utraa I there Krturnt'tl M R. ANTHONY HAYNES returned to England VII. Jamaica by. It () AC. B.W I. A Hi TL.I 'iding his a iil his parents Mr. and Mrs. J. A Haynes of Bt loaeph. T HE rn*(iig;nient_waa recently .'innouncpri in Bermuda bePameU, daughter of Mi". and Mrs Ceorge Cretawell, of Ulyfleld Cottage, Smith's Pariah, ind Mr. Ronald D Draw*, eldest Mr. and Mrs. Hayek Draw* "1 llfi.rd. Essex, Englind. Mr and Mrs. Creasweil had been ns ldom In Barbados Mr il: vars, during which time Mi < rceawotl *%  attached to Cabli and WtreW*. He was tranaferi--t t<> the Bermuda iimrh. Both Mr. Cress wall and prospective son-in-law are In (h*Company's Service at the flatf ie-eivlng station while PameL. who was an employee of Singer Sewina Machine Co., Barbados I loMd at the Bank of H Id. I'IK young couple plan nmiry early In December. Relief Duiy M R KENNETH TAYLOR the StalT of Barclays Bank (D.C.fcO.) returned from Antigu. i.y B.W.I.A., on Monday afte dolng relief duty in Antigua oi l>ehalf of the Bunk /nun I i MI : t,i-til M R. AND MRS. J. N. CUMMINS and their four chUdi arrlvad bora during the past week from Ma rural bo on. a month's holiday. They arc guests at Paradise Beach Club. Mr. Cummins is employed with UM Shell Caribbean Petroh-i %  Venezuela Bnck Home M RS MA1IY DUVIGNEAU of Bank Hall. St. Michael, i bad bajan ipfMHiii six we holiday in St. Lucia, returned bi the island on Tucwlav by the Lady .'.. LMB Mary is a maanber and colporteur of the Government liil S.D.A. Church, und during fici stay was a guest of Mr*. Iim.y In of OstrUs. Healthy And Happy Animals The following talk was giv. n by Mr.\ Redman. S. S.P.L : %  1 Sepwmber 22. Good evening, everyone. First •if all, 1 would like to thank %  half of the Society %  :. to AniniaU. in giving hi permission for thesmonth) %  -King vou hasping the Society, by report! them, any gnl : has bean Ul. tro.itci. burl itarved n You arouMayl baliave how linuaUJ nagtected and uodwrnoun-1 Horses. MulM and Donbajyi an working aniraals U i\ 'hey need n'guliir bag and waUring along with Undfk i.i", Wi < % %  ) get this. It is Mirpn-dr.g how (tlffi-rtnt animals will be. stronger, happx-i .um abw to do %  the work wall and iiiin \^ After .ill little i so romktt . | food %  Than l!u>!.' aie thr % % %  its who gr* lei tmn %  hould ba tethered .1 the d |oat fmsy \-i gild Watgf cU regularly. Then put up to rest before dark. No nimal arm thrive If left In the l>rotliog run all day, raHhfttl hn od atn with, l think In an) circumstance should think UMg and carefullv %  '^ing on any animal i %  %  "' n it is young and %  %  %  uttie, inn whan n is (uiit Kl Vl .' All pup,:. i;row fo*| is—will It always v and will %  %  • Imal who IDJ -lwnei • %  %  th, ,,,ii, home then for some selfish %  %  and w a nde r and bveo |en of th'nigh*. BB EtuatbttM and cnusln>( Ihah %  < arch fer it II II Ul il U* si'C %  %  %  an animal cannot i>, kgjpl .m. longer, it maybe elrciirn'Mrina I he animal is sick and obi or rJevelopi %  urad M the Hw laland If any of Uatag or otnoi dilneul%  S I'.C.A. will i d Ladvise, if niinmuniLfa dial IBM ..r send lo Uk si-c A office at the Harbour Police Station. Then when || i. decided to keep a dog, another weighty problem is whether to keep a male or %  bow nicn woo* uerful oontpajUona and a numbiai I female, but '1 %  II h i ii t a good iioiiie. %  adi more (bod when vhi is whelpll Bo many of the road DOM with %  puppu i kail all -iv -I Ihi island '" % %  II Tfury ihan %  %  %  kUJ • . n M hunted and sb The S.I'.C.A. would like |. %  | should I I I" kepi Whan Ihere walled In art or ( irden, so i%  i a prnpcrl) aeti ,'.... nines by 111 %  wm i Ii 1. a great attraction to an) i iU people if tho 1 '..(> %  and well B< wttli row h"ip tin. 'I i'.\ in hoping to accon And BOH i wian wo all Goodnight, and thank vou lor listening. ThU wiu Ihe I.Ik flvcn hv MrItrdman. Tii<*saay nlghl Good evening, everyone. The Boelab for the rVovanUoi] o4 Cruelty to Animals would like to make an appcl to ill owners and rnsUtagari of Estates and Peasant Proprietors, also the ownacg ot diinir*. who aanplo] look after then liv--t,x-k. They ask them to inspect their animals fiod at feeding time, every once in a while, to see that cleanliness and the right amount of balanced diet is given, also that they arc fed and watered al the correct times to maintain good health Than, lo overlook tha animals thoroughly for sores and bruise* and continually inspect conditions themselves, which would help to relieve a lot of suffering among livestock and DffUtnot %  health and comfort for them They will always thrive under the best conditions and gtrg n much pride and satisfaction to then owner. The S.I'(A alarj appeal to owners of Horses. Mules and Donkeys und ask them to watch for sore eyes. . sores under the harness and lameness. Lameness may be due to many causes: it is ii aign of palm lameness m |hfl fore limbs is shown by the uneven cerrlagW Ol thr animals' head and UUBanoai hi the hind limbs Is shown !>v the uru-ven carriage of the hind quarters. To Work a lame animal is an offence and it any of you ahoul.l • %  lame animal working, please no; llfy the S.P.C.A. by telephone : 2624 or reporting (he mallei lo the S.P.C.A. ottl.e a) i lie Station. N will ke-p the cat health. ter and keener Do not imagim it is humane to leave enough foo< handy for the duration of a holiday either. The cat will eat jli the llrst day, then starve for If rest of the time, unlesi the food is given daily by some appointed person. This should t attended to ao,| inspected foi the care and comfort of the animal. Do you know that there are some people who do not think thai cats need water" But they do, every animal needs clean drinking water, changed two or three times a day. It is quite wrong to allow any animal to drink gutter or stale water, II breeds disease and cats carry disease very easily. It's always a good idea, when .softer m any way ourselves to give thought lo animals and birds. Who knows? Perhaps we were given minds so thai sg-emight take thought for all th creatures denied our gift of speech. Well, listeners, I do hope you'll oil co-operate with th._S.P.C.A. in trying lo make our an healthier and happier. Think you, .."<| Gnodnmh LISTENING HOURS %  HI KHDAY. WTO I* i %  % -.* p m Th* New?. 4 10 p i> Htm, IS p Ii N.. Name • l> n Bpofft*N) M*#n*e, p "i n n Censer i %  in .ii %  (I p rii Wrlih IHi %  II p il V.,nlv Hoaif Kfl. S S |> "i Spult! Hound Up and Pioinminr Paiadf 7pm Th* N*wv : I" i> in Mom* N".' ffDN) RiM.un i %  oi p.at SI MM. lift i is p m w* %  mala, liipm Ih* Twnilirlh l>"li> Ba T—llHt, H 1 p m rUrtfco Nmt**l. S SO p m Chr-p.ii BO p m Sp*clal Daapalch B p %  >< Qlttwrl and SwiHvai. 10 p u, Th* N-^ IS IS n rrm ih* BdHMUhi. I I p m A day In ih* Ufa nf | %  hinrr of eVIK* < Ul* M**t .oll 10 I Oi.,„....,! Ilinils I.OI'IS L. BAVLF.Y Boltan I .no FOR ^^~ CARS TRUCKS & BUSES CITY GARAGE TRADING CO. LTD. Victorin StreH ^^e STARS' IOK TIII'KXI>%V. IMTOHH! '• II,: I/mk m tho set-tun in huh jroui btrthdA] %  i find what your outlook is. accorom^ to tl %  >V V in small tn %  !,rntiscleplicus; then you need not t< general outcome of efforts. All essential I matters can progress today • • TAUKDg Fine fc'pcct fur -me. nworthy effort. Apnl 21 to May SO RoweW, do.i't go along in ha)f-lnlerr-ieeak ivtums fix some of the day's HMB. • * Inoirntionn of splendid chanees Tor ml < gains il you hold temper and be not overRomance, f.imlly favoured ; .new • * Iiahi'lrv. real estate. Ilnancenil in UM f.,r in.provmetit with intelligent, shrewd ] management. Legal matters can upset things, so bo on guard. r • Studv. *cak advice if conlronted with the unexpected problems But don't let anyUktng di-durb you Mining, merchandi-( ine. home offairs favoured *> • • Personal interests may tend to dominate; 23 don't let them spoil good chances to achieve in other significant activities. refc Jt-AftWU &f OEMIN! May 21-Jons 21 &f cAKomm July AllIJIO 24-Au. VMOO M L1BXA )A. . B t 84-Ort %  OOEPIO Oct. 2*—Ko. n SAOXTTABIUB Jj Nov. 23—D. Ti ?Al*sU0OBM Doc. as—Jan. at AQUAEllia Jan. 22—Tsb. 20 PliOBB Peh ai-Msrco 20 Schedule appointmant^ other than im, portant ones so they do not interfere with • ousiness P M carries good ran for heart interests, social activities • * Strong, effective period for new propositions, business matters with pertinent outlook Don't tangle with the unknown. + * Fxccllrnt for new and well managed promotions advertising Ideas, research. natural tendencies Carry on with success In mind all day; • there aie many hidden opportunities, you ran make new headway. News benenl in various ways. Mov find confusion in some business. personal affairs at times discouraging. Buck up, bo calm, you can surmount obstacles admirably. + %  ••• Hlpo time for versatility, depth of feeling nri system In your affairs, they brin* extra compensations. YOU BORN TODAY have balance, general ability for many Ilelds Keen intuition, practicality dominating, plus %  foresight to make you an important cog In business or rnanag-ment. You are humane, don't want others t j suner # Don't let your sympathies be used wrongly Birthdate of Miguel de Saavedra Cervantes, author of Don Quixote ********** t i o i; i; TO-DAY 1 Shaw* 14, ••# A % %  *0 p.m. SIR WALTER SCOTTS tVJLJVHOE KOBERT ELIZABETH GEORGE JOAN TAYLOR TAYLOR LtANDERS FONTAINE Ex.ni THE TWO HOIT8E KETEERS Chlldrm 1/an> .ecllon %  1.30 p.m Book now for 4 rejuvenating Treatment ,ith hetp'ul ad.ice on individual skin-care and make-uo— r.'s an experience you'll enjo/. Fntrn October 13th KNIGHTS LTD. JJ Bro.d Street SEND US YOUR ORDERS FOR eAJLVAMMBKB MESH wutr. CENTRAL EMPORIUM Corner Broad A Tvdor Streets PLAZA THEATRES KI.IIH.I urns iDial nisi .%  *. i 11 a %  M p m Iv..l Hl|Hafcl I kamaloiufela lual u ROOD 41 IHIAIHU rlHI'lllF mi < inmi to-da* t a.at i IVirt UMUMI TEN TALL MEN In TrrtiTticokir ROXT ro-aa> 4 %  IH r %  %  .I.I tl. I I William Marh.ill l laltaWiaj Dtir MIST i nsKi N-II is Shktai Berlal rm M-MsiD MAR Slarrms Wanen Douslo* LOMW Hal) I. da) it I HANUITft Or THB ti-xni \-. a rm UAV Marie WInd-,>i RANI Mrail Whole Serial a-MSN Msvra IOKI.I : THE LADY POSSESSED BANDITS OP INK StDIANII Bag III I.Al | HAN'IMIRU I MRS 4'l aiarrmwimir SarUI I IHI OKI M AIB -l> I I Others < i|i %  4 4S "I'. OUMK Sal a s 4 so a %  CLEARiiXGS I. \IUUS LINKS KKKt'HIKFS—White, PUta, Printed-Met*, n H cl 1.AD1KS PURE SILK FLOWERED III \I1SI.\KVES. Few Only S5.0II LADIES IT l.\.\ FASHIONED NYLON IIOSK S1.80 were S2.il'' 1 HI ST I IIRM"—$4.00 were $8.00—Sim 30 and 32 Only ( Icarlnf Old Stuck 1.1 M11KK HANDBAGS I9.M PL 1ST I I N v. Shipment! PKINTKIi CREPES, SPINS. Rtc 80 rt. JOINT PAINS Sudden itabs— or crippling stiffnais Whrn tttdaeys grow sluggish -Daed tomng; up TOU feal OBQger signals. Joint and musclr pains are one of them. They mean thai jour kidneys are (ailing to do their proper 10b which is to finer harmfol tmpurities awav from the system D* Witt's Piils are specially prepared to quickly restore your kidneys |o normal artint*. By acting directly on slaggisn kid neys they tachss one of the of joint pa.iia. The impurraes which have given se to your tuffenng are leared out of the system and rvain* grow leas as a natural oaasssfBHKMa. rryDeWi-t* PUIs yourself. They may be )uat what ?ti need to bring blessed relief Get a supply liwn saag aassssal today. Showing at (he PLAZA Cinema—Blown Friday IOili October, 1182 THE SHORT ENTITLED AIR PARADE A record and tribute to the advance of the British Aviation Industry since the War. The Him is produced by the Shell Film Unit of th. Shell Oil Co. Ltd. DA COSTA & CO.. LTD. Agents Petroleum Marketing Co. (W.I.) Ltd Mil I I.is I.nil >t Il ISVI-IIII I M IS "ROBIN MOOli „l II \\BAftl 1 IKftl.S •HI.. SI^Sl ,.| I Mint. M r*d r -. -at.UI IM p m rill: "III Fdmona O'lll'IKN \ HOI.II TM.lt I.HO-.1 -1BBOTT <-nt|Ki L0 %  THAT'S MY BOY lAIITIaN A I.HSJBAT. -p.-I.i I W p : i'i iRO mil x K— HAVNARD Mill S I Mil U srsrnt< Baa Vis MB TM*I rndor s. Sat IU*lSpi" .r Arlloci PKkel Drama INSIDE THE WALLS or FOLSOM PRISON 1...M !•• IRIAN COCHRAN IIHUl'M ..IIMIll 1' rom NSAI a> IBAII. •( I" i His HOOD i LETS GO TO THE. . PL4ZA THEATRES HAIR RAISING . HOWL RAISING . ii I I I It I I I / BAKHAIMIBKIDOETOWN IBM 51701 IDtal "" II. ,n IMAOK null.. ,i.d,-f bod,' OPKNING FRIDAY I0TH 4.4> and 8.30 p.m. and Continuing DAILY' piortoof mer THB INVISIBLE AW/V llprninc FRIDAY lMh 2.39. Ill n :n p m. unit roallnulnc Dallj I l-> I >30 i> in Alto llir Short "AIR I'M; Mil T. R. EVANS (WHITFIELDS) Ytll'K SHOl; STIIIll raoMi 4220


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Uniform Title: Barbados advocate (Bridgetown, Barbados : 1983)
Portion of title: Sunday advocate
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Publisher: Advocate Co.
Place of Publication: Bridgetown Barbados
Bridgetown, Barbados
Publication Date: Thursday, October 09, 1952
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HSIlKDAY S WtATHUt PO*T
85 DEAD, 170 INJURED
IN RAILWAY DISASTER
Children, Commuters
Killed In 3 Train Crash
MM I'llVIIMIU
Political
Stability
Is Vital
PORT-OF-SPA1N. Od 7
Political stability, witt
portam c.....ll..i
yeas of Trinidad and the We*
Indies are worth fight mi. for and
even making MCi-fflce loi Hoi -
ourable Albert >. .1
Of Labour. Industry ami
tala hei, lodaj lb 1
turned with the H
Bryan. Minister of
and I-ands from
AgncullUi e| (.Iher pas-
;.ts and persons standing on
vfitt 1 thr United Kingdom Both Uv ufrered W -
were accompanied by their wtvei urfm.
...*i'.~ ,a'2'"' K*1 wnuli,Tr'""1 the peak
wanted more than anything M .,f |
LONDON. Oct 8
THKFE TRAINS crashed in a station in northwest
0 to-day killing at least K5 people in nne of the
in recent year?.. The injured counted
numbered about 170. A night express from Scotland
crashed into a London suburban local train feared to be
with Kboo] children. Then another express train
tor the north hit the other iwo locomotives. The
expreea hurtled Into Um station platform where
hundreds of ..onden city VIQrken were waiting for the
round tram.
National hanways said'
DR. GOLDmW
COMMENDS
DR. ADENAUER
to develop .i sense of P
trust for their fellowmeti. "We can
all have a happy lifr here" he said.
When asked then rtcwi on the
appointment of a Uttva
dlan Governor. Mr Gomes said it
was a me i Hi Bi..,.,
observed that tin tin
come when a West Indian Gov-
arnor should !- appointed Both
Minister were glad to I i
Hon. Bryan was art <:
bir, two sons and Hon. tinrrcs l>
eleven of hi>* children Another
was left behind in the V K
ing music.
m C.P-
MIG's Buzzed
Mercv Plane
paafc
n the
find tot "' Autunn whin the
i The Night Scot
came upeediug through the Mta-
lion i Harros* wth of laondon.,
.it vl high
bit with thre^ or four
carriages piled on top of each
footbrMgi ovei the sta-
tion wai carried away, -it is hie
tin eye "tineas said.
Many Injui en i ..
.
through |
lene rut- '
ting machines.
Clouds of steam ;md smok hid
ihe Injured from rescuers in a
-ughimaie of pain and destrue-
inhered over the
1 i.ir to the i
doctor! < limbed into .
UM ingJed steel and wood to
nrimiiiister injections.
BERLIN, Oct. 8.
Two Soviet M.I.G. 15 fighter.'
butted a us. Airfare
plane in the Baffin air oorrid
and fired warning machine gun
shots without hitting K or wound-
ing any o( the i.ve riewnien
The mer.y plan
States An: ucel evae-
uatlon plane making > routine
flight from Frankfurt to Berlin
to pick up patient*. It was buzzed
by Soviet jet fighters near Kneu-
nern boal eo miles southwest of
Barlln m the .southernmost of tho
three ntwdreffmfle wldi
linking the city with western
Germ.
Bloody Survivor*
Benefits
Of Tourism
Bnrbados is conUnnlng to
ban#nt from the tourist Indus
try as cut bt wen by Uic
amount of monsy brought into
ttar island from tht hard cor
ii?my ares.
Mi H. H Hart, Cnrraucy
Control OAcor. told the "Ad
vocal-'" yesterday that dnring
last month, iH.lfifl U.S. dol-
lars, 6.200 Canadian dollar*
and So.090 bollvares were
pent by tourist* as again.it
77.SB!. U.S. dollar*. 4.BK Can-
adian dollar, and 27,980 bob
raras spent for the same
period last year
The figures for the month
of August 11162 were aa fei-
gn
108,509 U.I. dollars.
..!' Canadian dollars
90,850 BollvarM
Dead" Son Write*
His Mother
is, bloodstained and
lnc'/' With Ihatf datba. cut 1> ribbons,
crawled nut of smashed c.
( lotha. and luifc.iu.' in
r the station for' I.ONDON Oct. 8.
.ids. A woman's A mothcr nld on Wednesday
h, hoeUd M..H K**d out l ,.,. shr. .,., ,, ,c,, ,
put iiibhlf "II nil mtfl loM, , whoni ,
Beat up in Ihe ,-t ld one ur- Admln, d(H.,arod dd
vivor aa he found his carrkafc on lmnr ,ha_ ... v,..,r. .Ull
Ihe platform. I '"*" "" """ *"
hit tho back of It The expids-;!*"nd '" f* PWHPPin**. "aid
engine wo htirte.1 in th. ' *" "ve and well. In his
age. In the Scottish l-^tpreas ''Ur Harlon Udd his mot.
First reports indicated that one passmgers were |USl taking Wi,fl wounded in iwruary, LMfl
of the M.I:G's tried actually to ivreakfasl. An attendant said !0,! Luzon and spent the next
shoot at the hospital plane but We felt a terrUi iweytn| .md twenty-six months in "dozens of
later an Airforce statement said. immeili.ileK flunf ounwlves I" the ho^plt^ls In the P.icifl
several michine ruh bulHti were Boor. When the crash
fired "not immediately directed gt Pip and the
the plane but app;innlly intend- .. remanOOU (loud
ed to nt'ract attention, or to serv,- -.;,
tvotfe bui " could,
eebrl '> help thoel
ppod Men i Ipped ol '"
.11 tore
kirti to help bead # Um
injured.
ntng
The Untted State? inlUtery
Kne lond.d %\ Vett Berin'-
mnle-".T Alrpnrl ti -d;iv aft
the IncldeOt In the air corridor.
t'.P.
Detectives Seek
Poisoner Of Four
Hurled Into Air
The Night Scot smashed into Hie
the local eommutera
ii.,m imuni In UM I itlon with
aanf 800 pajagngari jammed in
': -'i
ng. Th'-re was nn ear splitting,
xrlos'on-like ereafa the coaches
| rted cregtly
sm
Aflei that. Ilorlen said he >nt
(- into bualneei on Semer laland nnCI
now owns a farm and a construe-
peny, But he said he is
beck in rvue again and will
> discharged soon. He said he
their i'lan* '" return home.
1 it was a terrible shock. Just
Ukl petting a Itttet from the
dead Mrs. StunnfT said. '1 |ust
knew he would come rwck some-
d:i>. I never gave up hop- lor
in and -now he will be
: mne soon."
B.i.r.
BONN Qermen) Oct .'. '
i)
dent af the e>
1 claims aga n*i Get ineni i
highly
; Konrad Adenauer on Wedrn
I
n an> -Israeli I
! S7H . Goldmann addrciaaxl a pre at j
the .
Fedei.!' I l.'ruw I
land Adena^ei OAtdjeenn aid .e
Oer-
vlcc
to Israel.
The vlaltl i leader also
M I i
ti. turn[ ,. i tin .'.sernent"I.
which pravtdei f"t patiiai ma-
te iai reneniUofl t<>< Nati
v He said "ihe
, mern will y e hui
and* of .it-wish vlesMM
! peraatuUon new means of living."
| "Both Israel and ih- .)-
organiteUoni M. wnon ,. i
am speaking pay ..... |
pull ol gKxiwiii hoe bt
0 inn who met!
munerot ..denl
ibe" i that!
, Bundestag would ratify the agrer-
ment eitnoul deiav.
______________ i r.
U.N. Postpone
Truce Talks
MITNSAN. Korea. Oct. 8.
The Allies today deflnni
i i Korean arn Istto
4 bnintl] h Nil | II e Iteds that
tht next move wag up " them
Tl " i ll remain
in etict until ConununtM gat
he Allied [rupusal for settling the
stalerr.ate over the prisoner or war
aaassinfl or make a "cinstruetive
proposal of their own "
Utul -Gen William K HnrrKon
mtsor Allied negotiator told Reds
w Panmunjon th*t th> t'.N Cnm-
mund had nothliu: furiher to ufla*
on the subject of prisoner-:
General Mark Clark said It to
"up to the CommuniRl.s to show
whether inej loo a/aw >i
Uee l' N Inalata on v lunterj re-
:_>: * laUon ol pi iaoaera,
lacut.-Gen Rarrlaon told North
Ban Ol oeraj Nam II "you have
M a forum
for the mtis: eletOUl t\|>e of pro-
l ar.ni'i.i T p.
THE WINDSOR
iai inn-r
Plane lMissiim Neatr
o- Narll C7
Russian Territorj
tokyo. Oci a
FAR BAST AJRTORCI reported lOHtay an Intenalv"
KU i Supori >i ii< .. boil bet DiiM n> afK I
.....I picked up an unidentified alrcrefl gppmecljlng
ii nenr Ruesian lerritory An ofncuvl lieternenl tald ing
north-
ernrnoat Japanaae island ol Hokkaida glnce
mid-dai yesterday.
SYDNEY. Australia, Oct. 8
Ten roasting s>dney detectives
were asslgnel Wednesday to track
down a prisoner suspectt-d dering four persons with the rare
elenunt thallunn. and
kill at least i. .;,. .- Ince 1843 i,i brVdre
Orders were given for the ex- -,. remlnaj men and *
humatlon c- the bedMa of three ,,,,.,.
persons belli vad tu 'iave died from
UM affectl Of the ran
member <>f the gluaninuni family
The fourth suspaeted victim Was
cremated before the BUt<
l>e mode. Crime reportars called
the deaths th- moat sensation?!
series of poisonings in Auatreliao
crime history. I'.r.
Newsmen Begin
Talks Saturday
Annual Tory
Confeijpnce Opens
the
Mad
Ilirnv.-nv: IIAI.TIMOIIE. M.u> laml. (>. I
. ii Iowa Luii. Franzinl. President of Ihe
7 Inl.v-Amcncan Presa Society, ar-
tived In lialtimuro last nmht . i
r. ,..., UlliJjW, Swedish motorshlp ll
, dew:,,, onto the parallel lracl<.,h<. s.ar,et,-. ElnMh anin.
light In front of the onrusli.ng ,, , chiraso Oclobw Ilia
L*ondon Manchester Express. October 18
There wai lecond ti.men.ious Franzinl said two rr. .
,-roah and the wreckage and glass ^ hu-,,.^, . n..vPmm..ni
OH ihe pUtrOrm until Ihe ..^.'?~"^d Oovernmenl
scene resembled a battleileld. ,rV news|K.prrs partle-
Th re was moment of silence. u "^ ,in Argentina and the sup-
Then lh .tunned and dazed P1? distnbinion and pric-
liaaMllgMS crawled from the P""* -______________
from the buried I
coaches began the -creaining and flA'PIQ /C ^"Ji,/ /
aneuung of Iha trapped and la- v/,'l*i;' *" W.MbMtMd
^utedgirls on their way to
I-ondon's anenelal district,1
Hlfhl Scot, chit- ,
St. Lucy Finning
Boat Fund
Tha Churchwarden (Mr
r A Oraavrs) and Vaatry of
Ui. paiiah of at. Lucy have
boat ownad hy j-.-ph unt'itti
ol Crab Hill which waa karat,
Oontributloiu. can be left at
tho Advocate office 01 at any
oitk- ibraa cotaaurclal
Amounl prerleaaly
acknowledged g|" no
A E Hell jo 00
The Bsrhad^s Youth
Muvment t on
ToU]
|8I ., |
Pliarnuwcy
Week Begins
I'rittay Night
I < f.imtb aanyg) Pnarniecy
\Vi th held ba Ihe l>ru,:>
-ii' begin <" y< daj
Oetnbti ii. Ht h "ti..
with a t: Ik V01 Hedif
Mr f s Olten, i'v diugg> '
This . i will be
lightly drTerent from the i
M in thai Ii
i;m n in :i. rou-.r.
These talks in the ajmti i ow
lor, and th, neae . s
'ii bfl given
Ih In \i ii.
D, il..
1
A
Ivan
third lecture "'ii ill
h V H i' a The
Canadian Milli-r-
In Jaimiifa
I.Ill llllltllll i W.ltl I M '. I.l.l'
. rtarnoon
\ Force officers belli
in I- ii hi ir ... 'ii have been ihel down i>
.\. \\ d! \oi I raclc * ..... l,M' ~vr
bombei normal pro-


arua. In lb nuuula-s thi' IV i '
on ihe radai
ii
Nomura on Hokkaido1 ., (,ut,|tc ate invm-d i.....
16 mllre from tht it., ,.,,,,, ,IVC
Snoru) ift.....u> -, i,,.h
.... tntne is
1 i | n.i i radio TI ,
then in in
.hi tmphiblous and let Friday, Octooei m Talk oeei
Aghter planei cornbed Uh1 area RediITu ion by Mr K s Olton,
..i' ",. i . bui ere i n.m
hampered in theti eaaren opera-] Monday October 13
11 illng ly Di \ l. Sui.nt il Y M r A
. Suliect 'Anile Heimitniv l>i
.laraneac ii-.* iviH-ele t-rota the' ^^ ^ '
nd near< (he Tuaasloy, October 14 LectUT.
Rusulan on-up ed Kuilcs island , He,wonrt* SI P. ler bv Mi I
bean of Jaumi, said the o Reader Subieet- "VenerM
Buperfortreei laautng black imoke Diseases."
" i'- > down In ttu dtrei Wedmeadey. fvtober is. -i.ee-
Uon of the open sea within Ru.-; turt. tt| School Pasture. St John
French
Raid
Reds
PAJUS, Oct. a.
Mere than s.000 p.i. .
nled Communist
and f liow tr.iv.iiiilg i I
it 11* hi suro.ise slriKu

the cnu
SWOOp WfS tu
the HlllUr) t oun in I'.
-,
Mi. N^^
1 tSw*ie.h.'.?V begun 1 -.
Rv
* had k>-




I 1
da that
io

Kremlin dominated CommutuM
party a thn ,,., 1
the Frei:
. arehei
'
regional
neadqu irti ^ Iowa to rung 1.....1
Para Mild, iv court Magts-
v. Michel ordered th
.iclion due to "atteinptl agauiM
1 '


out incident and the ni I
l..k.'i
drawn befOI
.,-.r to M Cornmiasarlei 1
bo led slroag
tui beavlly arnwd pauce squans
(Jiivernnicnt BcUon .1. wHnOUt
warning after the campaign
against Communists begun la-t
" May had seeming y died down
Hut aoeerntneni apatlall t^ had
bean mnetiy a*erksn|
deeumenti lelaad during i*ie
nationwide raids of Ma%
rifle swinging police broke Into
the barricaded headqu.11 1
frcm Ii Oimmunisl pert)
1 lie gaai .Minsl ihe
i orniiiuiiisU in the at
.lied by Magisli.i'. H
Arongaet poaalbai
ugaltaa and could drae ll
twnalty for nnvm 1
ty id France.V.P.
A
In Men's lives
h2
In i;n 1 ..I
Fiui.iv. Qttebtr 17 W
by Ihe Br'tlih Council
V MiA
Suhiert
Show
it Ihe
vinir-CTrui rv.. i WASHINGTON, o,. I\
KINGSTON. Oct. 1 Si .. 1 .,' Si ,i.. !!..... a.......
The lhr...-,n.,n aaHgatlna Ol IA.
Millei," A.... .- . , . ,1 '"'",""' }"J^-
., 1 .. 1TL..J.I..I. i.,..i,.h- y "". "nil.d Nation, force,
KiiiB-ton tonlBh. , Utat m Ih(

' 1 a trim 111 t
Morocco Rejeels
French Reform*
Governor A/i/minl*
Council Members
from Trinidad
visited Ba
Ui| Caned
Kin,
nave iUi i'
I
.1 wi'i k ggo
t'-P.
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Health Conference
Tine
1-.
ting on U N
king lor a receea In Iru 1
"-. Mr Aeheaon v.mi thai it is
teles* to continue t.dk-. lot
Ri iitlliaed riegoUation
false and v. 1 i- .. 1
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ANIKillA. Oct
M.s F-xcellen-v .he O
ippotnted Mi ! F. Rya
W. E. L. Wall an 1 Mi W
Duel Called Off
HAVANA. Ore. -
The Att.iir i*| rnmoi,i
Roirerlo Agramonte PresidenUai
analdale of the Cuban Pooplei
I arty m tfM 1
.
I.'.-.1 mil Partj P
En .: Oehog
Ithoul the ajuiounc 11
rdtng ti-
The quarrel arose e/th
Ookaa made aaneaaai .i a party
m ating Sunday to whi
Agramonti v
_ ling '
B l. lOcho 1 1 -aid the
abaca whole mattei would b
Hi
Ilaihados Sanitary
ip cum AaaoclaUon are hoWtnrf T(||. S)vr,.lills .,,,,,.,. .
., H.-..UI. 1 unlerenri In I ,., .,. ..
10 a.m. at Queen's I'.nk. Hi ^otigto and will 1
J. w. Hai. a nunlri dt legetloi
10 Colonial DeveJopmenl gnd | over Umr an re*
Wefii
1. 1 .1.
1 rep!
m h P
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nf UM new
Angullln Legislatl
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Km- Mi
Co,
ih- ineni"
(I'lth
to both

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ind addriaau will b
by Dr Colin Vaughan. I r '
Header. Mr. O. II. Pagan. Mr H
I. Hell Mr. r. 1. r.ittens.
ih pul Ik ue bwiled
One of mil mil;.'
tu make
their own for all how
' onl it1 ol wai
a
\p.
WASHINOTON. Oct B
- i.nVial has m-
ited William Oatls In CaVChoelo-
vakia and has reported that the
Imprisoned American reporter
rays he Is well, Secretary of Stale
Dean Achtson disclosed Wednes-
SfAHilOItorCH. Kngland.

Mr Winston Churchill opened
the Conservatives' annual confer-. ,
ence. the flr since the party re- dren on their way to school
gained power a year ago. Peace Wembley and buMni
and ltarn0fU were expected to' 'triped trousers and black jackets
?.r,n.re'in.!",.X^ ,t ,Sr' A * --;-- -* " -*- a...
Party contarenM. 2ST '"a * " """" m' '"'
More Mian l.BOO raaaluUons are f ". "' lh ooorway and communiil Cjechoalovakla has
Uated lor dlactmlon but Ihe con- ""PP "" <" '"r track, Tho pmillc rerence docs r.o. make partv pollci ' severely injured b 'an dray- official to yirit Oatls since he us.
at the ronferenri. *hleh end:. Sat-' One the dead and LnjirM Irani [ailed on April 23. 1951. on
urday. lne wreckage. trumped up spy charges.
cr. r.p. j i.r.
IK :. i.i;.\is
Two U.S. Navy
Planes Destroyed
BD0UL, Oet h
THK NAVY said a U.S. propeller driven navy pig
gyag snot down by a Communist M1G IS jet I
yesterday and another was destroyed by Hod anli-aiici.ill
fire. Two Corsairs were loal when puuteaj Iiom Uu
States carriers Princeton. F,-sex ui-
with Airforce fighter bombers t. Red
Yon^ponR. 4<> HUM Wa1 ol Won-.an im K.istein K i
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ihweet Korea
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eg
'n't time n laM
ihj.n a sveej. that M I.fiY i>-

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ri 'i Koreans again
shouldered the haavlei
It White
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ttf at French and South Korean
l Nations troops
toasod tbl
attacke.i ;n mi efTort to
surrounded outposts.

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Wednesday to the "sltilsf c t- :.
inuciices of more del.'
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Ihialy veuad
1 might

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Th letti r was I
c.m Ambeitador Lloyd
sen in Teheran Tuesday nlgli*
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latest settlement proposals.
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Mi: A Dal
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tti
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viml and experts in return to
Haitian"'* this week.
TIIF HON. F. C. MUTSON.
arootii ihp pa-
Icaving the Island for
Gn i.-.-l l >> H W 1 A OR Sundav
Marl rWl
Mi: i c ncavn n
illure also led foi
B I
< visit.
\i*itifi IktufhU-r
M STANLEY K1NCI1 ami
h i son Roger were passen-
Uootrattl, Caitadi
I !. | '. C.A. Mr*
11 be vlnttng hpv
daughter who is Testdlni ir
Kpactf to rnsurn In
Mrly In Dacw
Hum, Xflti III tW
Mil CIIA1U.F.S VKAHWum
<>f Mr A. Ywrood
f Rolton Ijine. renirii-
the pa-:

SjH-ni fjifchi Dmy
DM AND MRS i HR
arrived In the i-ohmy from
St. Lucia fo, elgni day*1 holiday,
leturtMd I momimi
by- ii W I A
Diiriiii' U ;hcv wef*
guest* at the "San i
J'inii' 1'itr t'lirih Ih-ttr*
M- KH BATCH
.! m, ... n
I
m Sunday evening in honour ol
iha Cart j

with on.'
bUand and l""k farwnrd to -n*nv
r-nppy dnys during thei
Hr*t Mall
MISS UURUH lll'NTK was
Um arrtvtii b/
J \V I A Inn Trinidad on Sun-
day night on her first visit to the
I; land. She will be a guest at
ITS Guest House during
!' '
M Hunt** is atnguV
RacaptloaM at tha Tourist Bureau.
I'fut-nf-Spain.
i .iTomM> IMMr/ ;*//
\U0 arriving in me island
during the past week from
'. <-n /uela on a moiith'a
holiday visit were Mr. and Mr*,
{'ru'limf who are also guests at
Paradise Beach.
Kttjoyetl Slay
MISS E. OITTRAM ol St
Matthias Gap. returned by
SS i. S-tuiday last
yftor a three-month holiday visit
' K Btka had an enjoyable
holiday and Is |
Off Tu d.nmla
DR. A. P MT-Jit of Buttali.
st Oaorg* was also a
paaaangei ntaftag 'he past week
HontreaJ, Canada,
ii.- win ba i> ratling about Utraa
I there
Krturnt'tl
MR. ANTHONY HAYNES re-
turned to England vii.
Jamaica by. It () AC. B.W I. A
Hi Tl.i 'iding his
a iil his parents
Mr. and Mrs. J. A Haynes of
Bt loaeph.
THE rn*(iig;nient_waa recently
.'innouncpri in Bermuda be-
PameU, daughter of Mi".
and Mrs Ceorge Cretawell, of
Ulyfleld Cottage, Smith's Pariah,
ind Mr. Ronald D Draw*, eldest
Mr. and Mrs. Hayek
Draw* "1 llfi.rd. Essex, Englind.
Mr and Mrs. Creasweil had
been nsldom In Barbados Mr il:
vars, during which time Mi
< rceawotl *- attached to Cabli
and WtreW*. He was tranaferi--t
t<> the Bermuda iimrh.
Both Mr. Cress wall and
prospective son-in-law are In (h*-
Company's Service at the flatf
ie-eivlng station while PameL.
who was an employee of Singer
Sewina Machine Co., Barbados
I loMd at the Bank of
H Id.
i'Ik young couple plan
nmiry early In December.
Relief Duiy
MR KENNETH TAYLOR
the StalT of Barclays Bank
(D.C.fcO.) returned from Antigu.
i.y B.W.I.A., on Monday afte
dolng relief duty in Antigua oi
l>ehalf of the Bunk
/nun I i mi : t,i-til
MR. AND MRS. J. N. CUMMINS
and their four chUdi
arrlvad bora during the past week
from Ma rural bo on. a month's
holiday. They arc guests at
Paradise Beach Club.
Mr. Cummins is employed with
Um Shell Caribbean Petroh-i
- Venezuela
Bnck Home
MRS MA1IY DUVIGNEAU of
Bank Hall. St. Michael, i
bad bajan ipfMHiii six we
holiday in St. Lucia, returned bi
the island on Tucwlav by the Lady
.'.. LMB
Mary is a maanber and colpor-
teur of the Government liil
S.D.A. Church, und during fici
stay was a guest of Mr*. Iim.y
In of OstrUs.
Healthy And Happy Animals
The following talk was giv. n
by Mr.\ Redman. S.
S.P.L : 1
Sepwmber 22.
Good evening, everyone. First
if all, 1 would like to thank
half of the
Society
:. to AniniaU. in giving hi
permission for thes- month)

-King vou
hasp-
ing the Society, by report!
them, any gnl
: has bean Ul.
tro.itci. burl itarved n
You arouMayl baliave how
linuaUJ nagtected and uodwr-
noun-1
Horses. MulM and Donbajyi an
working aniraals Ui\ 'hey need
n'guliir
bag and waUring along with
Undfk i.i", Wi <)
get this. It is Mirpn-dr.g
how (tlffi-rtnt animals will be.
stronger, happx-i .um abw to do
the work wall and
iiiin \^ After .ill .
little i so rom-
ktt . |
food

Than l!u>!.' aie thr
its who gr* lei
tmn hould ba tethered
.1 the d |oat fmsy
\-i gild WatgfcU regularly. Then
put up to rest before dark. No
nimal arm thrive If left In the
l>rotliog run all day,
raHhfttl hn od
atn with, l think
In an) circumstance
should think UMg and carefullv
'^ing on any animal i

"' n it is young and .
uttie, inn whan n is (uiit Kl. Vl.'
All pup,:.
i;row fo*|
iswill It always
v and will


Imal who
' IDJ -lwnei
th, ,,,ii, home
then for some selfish
'

and wander and bv-
eo |en of th'- nigh*.
BB EtuatbttM and cnusln>(
Ihah < arch fer
it ii II Ul il U* si'C ,



an animal cannot i>, kgjpl .m.
longer, it maybe elrciirn'Mrin-
a I he animal is sick
and obi or rJevelopi
. urad m the
Hw laland
If any of Uatag or otnoi dilneul-
S I'.C.A. will
i d L- advise, if niinmuni-
Lfa dial IBM ..r send lo
Uk si-c A office at the Harbour
Police Station.
Then when || i. decided to keep
a dog, another weighty problem
is whether to keep a male or
bow nicn woo*
uerful oontpajUona and a numbiai
I female, but '1

II h i ii t a good iioiiie.
adi more (bod when
vhi is whelpll Bo many of
' the road
DOM with
puppu i kail all -iv -I
Ihi island '" ' ii Tfury ihan
kUJ .
n
M hunted and sb
The S.I'.C.A. would like |.
| should
I I I" kepi Whan Ihere ,
walled In art or ( irden, so
i- i a prnpcrl)
aeti ,'.... nines by 111
wm i
Ii 1. a great attraction to an)
i iU people if tho
1 '..(> and well
B< wttli row h"ip tin.
'I i'.\ in hoping to accon
And boh i wian wo
all Goodnight, and thank vou lor
listening.
ThU wiu Ihe I.Ik flvcn hv Mr-
Itrdman. Tii<*saay nlghl
Good evening, everyone. The
Boelab for the rVovanUoi] o4
Cruelty to Animals would like to
make an appcl to ill owners and
rnsUtagari of Estates and Peasant
Proprietors, also the ownacg ot
diinir*. who aanplo]
look after then liv--t,x-k. They
ask them to inspect their animals
fiod at feeding time, every once
in a while, to see that cleanliness
and the right amount of balanced
diet is given, also that they arc
fed and watered al the correct
times to maintain good health
Than, lo overlook tha animals
thoroughly for sores and bruise*
and continually inspect condi-
tions themselves, which would
help to relieve a lot of suffering
among livestock and DffUtnot
health and comfort for them
They will always thrive under
the best conditions and gtrg n
much pride and satisfaction to
then owner.
The S.I'(A alarj appeal to
owners of Horses. Mules and
Donkeys und ask them to watch
for sore eyes. . sores under the
harness and lameness. Lameness
may be due to many causes: it
is ii aign of palm lameness m |hfl
fore limbs is shown by the un-
even cerrlagW Ol thr animals'
head and UUBanoai hi the hind
limbs Is shown !>v the uru-ven
carriage of the hind quarters. To
Work a lame animal is an offence
and it any of you ahoul.l ,
lame animal working, please no- ;
llfy the S.P.C.A. by telephone :
2624 or reporting (he mallei lo
the S.P.C.A. ottl.e a)
i lie Station.
N you have been hot and thirsty
these past weeks, then, please
remember that vour animals and
ibata dtaeomforta too
and see that they have plenty of
elenn drinking water and can
llnri shelter from the sun.
And; now, a word about Cats.
It has been' brought to Ihe notice
Of tha S F'.C.A. that a number of
cats are kepi in stores and ware.
houses to catch rat* andj mice.
wall thai is quite iii order and
some of them are fanh wall fad
ution. but
mani i than that are
rail looked altar. It i< *
I idea to think that a
hungrj. almost to the]
' n\ [tig before it wflj
Datch i.its Ol mice A nominal
imounl of food milk and wa-
ttT dnil> will ke-p the cat health.
ter and keener Do not imagim
it is humane to leave enough foo<
handy for the duration of a holi-
day either. The cat will eat jli
the llrst day, then starve for If
rest of the time, unlesi the food
is given daily by some appointed
person. This should t attended
to ao,| inspected foi the care and
comfort of the animal. Do you
know that there are some people
who do not think thai cats need
water" But they do, every animal
needs clean drinking water,
changed two or three times a
day. It is quite wrong to allow
any animal to drink gutter or
stale water, II breeds disease and
cats carry disease very easily.
It's always a good idea, when
.- softer m any way ourselves to
give thought lo animals and
birds. Who knows? Perhaps we
were given minds so thai sg-e-
might take thought for all th
creatures denied our gift of
speech.
Well, listeners, I do hope you'll
oil co-operate with th._- S.P.C.A.
in trying lo make our an
healthier and happier.
Think you, .."<| Gnodnmh
LISTENING HOURS
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Htm, IS p Ii N.. Name l> n
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V.,nlv Hoaif Kfl. S S |> "i Spult!
Hound Up and Pioinminr Paiadf
7pm Th* N*wv : I" i> in Mom* N".'
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p m rUrtfco Nmt**l. S SO p m Chr-p.ii
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general outcome of efforts. All essential I
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TAUKDg Fine fc'pcct fur -me. n- worthy effort. '
Apnl 21 to May SO RoweW, do.i't go along in ha)f-lnlerr-ie m.nner You could attain |>eak ivtums ,
fix some of the day's HMB. '
*
Inoirntionn of splendid chanees Tor ml <
gains il you hold temper and be not over-
Romance, f.imlly favoured
;.new
*
Iiahi'lrv. real estate. Ilnance- nil in UM
f.,r in.provmetit with intelligent, shrewd ]
management. Legal matters can upset
things, so bo on guard.
r *
Studv. *cak advice if conlronted with the
unexpected problems But don't let any-
Uktng di-durb you Mining, merchandi-- (
ine. home offairs favoured
*>
Personal interests may tend to dominate; '
23 don't let them spoil good chances to
achieve in other significant activities. '
refc Jt-AftWU
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May 21-Jons 21
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Schedule appointmant^ other than im- ,
portant ones so they do not interfere with
ousiness P M carries good ran for
heart interests, social activities
*
Strong, effective period for new proposi-
tions, business matters with pertinent
outlook Don't tangle with the unknown.
+ -
Fxccllrnt for new and well managed
promotions advertising Ideas, research. .
natural tendencies
Carry on with success In mind all day;
there aie many hidden opportunities, you
ran make new headway. News benenl in
various ways.
Mov find confusion in some business.
personal affairs at times discouraging. -
Buck up, bo calm, you can surmount
obstacles admirably.
+*
Hlpo time for versatility, depth of feeling
nri system In your affairs, they brin*
extra compensations.
YOU BORN TODAY have balance, general ability for
many Ilelds Keen intuition, practicality dominating, plus
foresight to make you an important cog In business or rnan-
ag-ment. You are humane, don't want others tjsuner#
* Don't let your sympathies be used wrongly Birthdate of .
Miguel de Saavedra Cervantes, author of Don Quixote
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SIR WALTER SCOTTS
tVJLJVHOE
KOBERT ELIZABETH GEORGE JOAN
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TIIIRSDAV. OCTOIIF.B 8. 1S2
BARBADOS ADVOCATE
PACE THREE
Colonial Blind Campaign Comes To Life
Canada Helps
MOtl\ Nl\l WHM>
In West Indies
LONDON
IN THK TWO YEARS since the British Empire Society
for the Blind was formed, its plan of campaignto lead an
attack on >>. diaMMg and to bring turn bopa to a mUUoa
blind people in the Colonir to Ufa In .1 score
of Colonial territories from tin- We: ilii's in tin- F.u Kast.
The Society's annual reputi.
Hoti. Kaatg-vrT
Receives C.B.E.
Insignia
NATO CHUTISTS IN MASS DROP
published in lymdon, has a story
i 1.01 of "positive achievement
und of work purposefully begun
in une of the most extensive
t.\i tli.-ti' ..f it: klinl
dartakea in th. BrttU "-tHbI
Km pi re '
Tho Society exists t..
blind people of 45 Colonial ter-
ritories Most of its work at pres-
Agriculture
In Dominica
From Overseas Pre*. Service
rrable agrtrullural activ-
v ported from Dominica.
GEORGETOWN. B.G.
British Guiana's representative
Wwi | .tl Eeo-
miuei n-
im has ie-
teniil ihi tn*n;ma of the honour
-f 'in vmi.k. bsatowad i> ha.
Majesty on the QumbI birthday
tr.,- Mil
Two on-' MR BBM
received the .rtngiua to then
awards and another the B E.
medal I I.E. Officer Admiimt. r-
ing the government. Honourable
John Guteh. CMrOij I'nt cere-
monial colour to an ordit
SEA AND AIR
TRAFFIC
In Carlisle Ba\
WonlU. Timoth. M
n ttallwr. Mai km Brll.
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HUM Maria Rtrlla. E> f ^rw
Hntor V rw In Blur St, HalaM I
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eni li being concentrated on the BYiUsh WY-t iiuii'.-" where the H*nb "' Legislative COaaV
Afncan Colonies, where the in- expanded road programme ' *
IS
."> Cait..
Schanrr OnkW1 A-o*
us.rt.Mii
i L*d* Reaaei ft
ridence of blindness represents a opening up mw area's. A "real The I,w"rd '* conferred on
huge problem, but much work Is rtllip to product i ^ the Car- ""- Mr. Raatgever for his pub-
also going on in the West Indies, ibbeaii Commission. % the Agrl- llc *""?* to Bi ti^li Guiana and
where preliminary investigation < ulhiral Cri with 'n pres*nting the insignia His
has shown an incidence of blind- initial capital of '5 000 which it Excellency MM <'u have de-
nes* at least thr of hi hosed I, t:.n ooo voted yourself unsparingly to tin
the United Kingdom The i -i interests of vom country. "'
"The Canadian National Insti- futurw OTOM to l.iui-uwwn as S"** member of both tin-
tute for the Blind, which has a well .,* '> tenant occupiers Exocutive and Legislative Coun-
long-standing interest in this l H hut on numerous other com-
region, has given invaluable help The COgt of I Banana Iiemon- " and advice to organisations for stration Scheme n being shared nature. In recent year* you Have
the blind in the East Caribbean.*' bv the Department of Agriculture, represented the colony on the
says the report. the Banana Aaaoci'H ud the Hegimial Economic Commi.tr
Underlining the need for work An| in* Ltd.. This and at many conferences oversea..
report quotes Lord Halifax, the) half-acra banana plots to be laid Your aerrieas have been chars' -
Society's president. H saying (1U, m Variou* parts of Dominica, tarised by sincerity of purpo-
.-. -. t,.u ^ "> demonatrate to cultivators the and'haw been of greet value M
Tbousanda of chi dren and h^, mfXhotis for growing the British Guiana. I warmly con-
yaung people In the Colomea an? grrn,(S, l*aMb\0 virii ( ij,catan gratulate you.'
blind. Niost of them live as fam- fUnaruli.^^ Mr. Ivor Otterbem Smith,
ily dependents or a* beggars O.B.E. "Ttns award whnh tgW
Other schemes include a good mad** on the r.-cOmrnendation of
production campaign, a market- the qvrn>or of J^;,t,c',I_^,,
ing plan, and a livestock scheme, bj* conferred on you in reeo*
An agricultural small tenancies mtlon uf your valuable MrjM
bill has be*m drafted and Is o thecovernment in Cayman |s-
shonly to come before the I*gi- l*^ ,. .-_ _
latiire It is aimed at aivtnr cul- <**r- Smth is now serving as a
reason, we canno, Jjftjo ",i&ET&S&Sl&Si Senior ^Istrict Commiastoner m
al resolutely with this problem ugh Guiana.)
Seauvlt
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OCTOMBI '
J I'ummi"' M CuBuaina. L
thmw. n ruimw a cusvun
fhallas. A <-hl*u T *
aiorra. R Anaalsarlli. A
Z Hll>..
MlfaH i
I
asim
Miwn, J ImuJ
...-. i.tni..t
Mai
t>
wandering from town to town.
They could be taught a trade
but. at present, there are schools
and training centres for lesv than
300 of them one in 3.000 of
the blind population
-Tor economic and humanitar-
ian reasons, we
Souvenir Album
extent is known The
Colonial OfTue and Colonial
r.overnircnts were among the
lint to recognise its gravity, but
there is a limit, in work of this g-vr /- . fPtftw
kind, to what any gowrnment IM IVlili;>If>II \-*llj
Care of the blind can
never be just an official matter: KINOSTOW
|| is Iht \eryone who A souvenir album presen1
CM see the hishi.y. ICtivWaWi and I
Latest development in the RM,,s .,; . ,,;, ,,f Kingston
SotMrf ' work i lh i.niiich'
Of a three-year surv
causes of blindness
//flea the most extensive of ,;, 15(ltn aIiniversary of ttn-
iis kind ever undn:aken In the .,(...,.,,.,
Hnlish Colonial Empire 11 Im- '"'",
gins in October when two distin- a statement issued M
,irsaad research workers leave o( u^ lown clerk, said that
Britain with lout specially sincc 1( hH(t ,,,,. found feasible
adapted vehicles and a mas5 of to proceed with the celebr-tum*
research equipment. n8 ortginally planned, the coun-
Dr Frederick Hodge., who will "1 had always retaineu UN idea
Mr. James Kenneth Luck.
M.B.E : "This awnrd has been
. i red on you for your out-
standing efficiency, integrity and
devotion to duty. You have
brought credit on the local audit
start of whom you were the flnrt
, member to rise to n senior execu-
1 live post In the department."
: .Y SOUTH Of KAIiLSRUMl Germany Iliad WiUI I
ti as the troops fir. i "' -
Ml Prtnch-L* S kUTO aMfeaawMsl t) BfawJ
i Kr_d.ey.Gan Mallde*. Ri :. I- Mini bH lt<": p
Mai I l '' -a-'i-'
R. C. A. F. Build An
All-Steel Village
MACDONALI). Man
AN ALL-STFEI. apart men* village in which each
home was built in 14 hours will be fully nccupied by ser-
vice families earlv In October near the station here.
n.
Rat
niw.
Mi>- Millitent Knight. B.EM:
* through the past 150 years. Is to 'This medal has been awarded to
p published by the Kingston and you in recognition of your long and
Andrew Corporation to mark meritorious service over a period
rity,
i well known pi the
umlei
of 35 years and BKHW particularly
the devoted service which you
haw rendered to the welfare of
the Inmates of the almsbouse."
Thric three were also warmly
congratulated by his Excellency. nat> proved fen
who also *hook hands with the secretary Churle
recipient-!, the council cheering po-,-^. Congress
Newsprint From
Bagasse Provetl
Satisfactory
WASHINGTON, Oct. 3.
Production of aalllfalliil j mwi
print
The new community at
donald. Manitoba, about 30 mil.*
from Winnipeg, was the brain > or.-,
child of the H.C.A.F. In only T _.
three months thev changed a u
barren, weed-grown stretch of r.r r.i.
land into n residential district. MA ^1
with 100 gleaming. modern WlHskim
apartments to house airmen pa* ftaMgaa
ii a..u*it. i. h.^-s
>-UiUlr II lUvard. W KS4B II K-ni-rt
fid C r.M..l
.MTtHUtH
K T*>...- -i-l llutflN
I torn ri'l" Rita
J. WooaUr. I. Witw V W n nu.lr/. T Ctoii**U-i. F IW.t I
t i I
_____K H K-aa-rneh. r Ha-aa.nr-1.
( 1 Pat. J Kmort-T S KraWHll-i
K Kiiiaii and m k ..< .n<.
f TH4rt
I n. m r n.*u*
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llBIdu. N McLrod O Mel'
\|il*,Ht inu < i In
ll'XII.I-
ocT" mm *
l) i ...InL-.lri '-r
J MuClr.., II
,. M Dmi. s rW-al,
I r-aUntr. II
i Baal
I oaa tai
lift ttm
I" T. (Ill II
K Bovr.
preparation for
direct h l .........
nutluilinic surgeon, with wartime h.i^
. xperience as a medical officer In MM lime, and the work
jungle warfare in Burma. Lead-
ing a second team will be 28-
vcar-old Geoffrey CrlsO, BO
eiilomclogist. who will Investi-
gate the life history of the river
flies that cause blindness.
The new information they bring
back about the causes and treat-
ment of blindness [l
territories will enable the Society
, lagu ri in aven more vigorous
attack againsl blindness in the
Wcsi India and "'her tropical
, iiliino-. B-' ?
album which ""> Moird wltneaping the pre- demonstrated that we can manu- (_,,..
.____UU... I. t*nt.l'lll(V. .-_^.. m___ ________________ ....
families
. gaj affaawal The air force drscril>ed the
[e, lommercc $1,000,000 Job as an 'wgptH-
Sawyer re- mrnl."
id 11 clearly rhf hon\es have two
M H-.ll
oomi
In ink room.
ivanced.
B.U.P.
U.S. STUDYING
NEW PROPOSAL
FOR U.N. MEMBERSHIP
By
2 Vessels Collide:
Ail Crew Sflfe
o r DDIF K.C. rKlt&lSt-API I JWIH fi,vyur an -open door'- policy for longings
STATE ASSOCIATION
fact!
factor;
and supei
currently _.
He Indicated that manufac-
turer's cost* are at least as low
and prabably will eventually be
much lower in production than
LISBON, Oct. 4. the costs of newsprint now in use. -~; 3u-. .iiafcfBli.l7aa"lai
The Bnlish f.eiBht Cniaford He said trial tests eonducted at the S^V^S."
with a ,mx-foot hole in the bow National Bureau Standards indi-
r.rrived with sur\-ivnrs from the rntod that "there i no question
Spanish freighter Moafrcfoclio of the superiority of tne new
paper".
The supply uf bagasse. In
ample to meet all 'h
. three jhaajr.
dining N,""
m>\ M i-umi iii
I it.,'., i M
from bagasse paper satis- ,,, kitchen and bath. A utilit
all important respect 10(im onuina stationary tubs.
r to some newsprint wa((%| hrmleTm ,nd forced-air oil
ita.it>> TnorouKlily iitsulated fnim
top to bottom, they were
designed to be warm in wlntet.
cool in summer.
All ap.M tments were built of
urlts, and each has
at.tl> as foundation.
roilrreW

needs '
ARTHUK J. OISEN which sunk after the two ship*
WASHINGTON < > tollnlrd in it lense rog oil l*0*1J
Authoritative Government gal earb' on Satuiday. All 3"
sources said Tuesday that the crew members of the Mctfejocho
ed but lost all their be- of Increased newtprlnt In lxuisi-
No injuries were re- ana. Hawaii, Puerto Rico. Cubn,
the admission of new members to ported aboard the Gronford. und the rest of the Caribbean
the I'nited Nations is under active Spanish crew members some in grog have great quantities.
HE!.GRADE. Oct 8. study here. the clothes they were wearing CP.
The Annual "t The proposal which is under- when the collision occurred said
Yugoslavia's Roman Catholic stood to have the support of some that the Afotifcfacno3.200 tons and were picked up with difncul-
BJJrnjPi l""1 month 6aKMed on- high ollirinls would l>ar from from Bilbao and the Granford ty a half an hour later by the
anlmously to prohii.it .ill CattsOlic membership only those nations ~.00ti tons collided on Saturday
Priests frOfB joining "tate em -ur- which are in open conflict, against morning about fifty miles west of
.,d i.,,, J( rd- the world oi^inlaTBtlon. Figurira Da Tor, eentrnl Portugal.
,ng to a high Roman Catholic On the present list of potential Six Spanish crew members re-
ource It said the Bishops threat- U.N. members, only Cmmunist lated how (bay won ohl,. to leap
ened to place Sanctons against China would be larre any priest who violated their to an informant. to the Granford after the collision,
instrulions.___I'.P. ** ** Others went overboard into boats
A modern school with six
classrooms and two playrooms
vit* provided for nirmen's
hildren. and officials expected
some 150 students of eight
kT..dcs would lie taught then-
Construction crews were rush-
ing to complete paved roads,
in (ietc- sidewalks and land-
scaping projects In time for the
now neighbours to move in.
But if anything should po
Oranford because of fog wnng. it wont catch the engin-
The Spaniards said their ship eer* napping. On a moment's
ripped In the middle sank in half it'tice. they can knock down the
an hour. She was carrying a buildings and set up a new vll-
eargo of 420 tons salt from Tor- lage elsewhere. Or if it's ncccs-
risvlega and San Pedro to Bilbao, sary. they can Just as easily
The Spaniards said moat of the i on vert the homes into barracks,
rr.-w were asleep.U.P. BX'.P.
TKT Today Not TtmiMtrvf
'< .... j;cnti.nian ob\ loualy feels the urge
t move quicklyotiKrthing has stimu-
, ted him to action! TONO has just
i hit effectit overcomes the lassitude of
the tropic;you feel better for itmore
energetic ready for the day's work
and ilu day ufttr. A real wholesome
food Ibf. nerves, brain and body, and
a very delicious one, too.
fono
P Chocolate
Malt&Milk Beverage
assssi A Cow & Cult Product s^"
J. B. LESLIE & CO- LTD AfCnlt.
STRAINF.ES lie.
GRATERS Kc.
BOX IRONS I4-S3
COAI. POTS .T7
FRYING PANS 5r.
GALVANIZFJ)
KITCHEN SINKS M.51
3 It. BFDSTEADS -1.: I :
4 It. 6 in- HKDS'l I \ll~
in. con. springs $4.n:i
I.ANCASTRRUM It. wid. 11.40
and 17 ins. wide @ 53c per yd*
BARBADOS CO-OP.
COTTOJV FA CTOR Y L TB.
I1..1. Walrhc-M
i cii is l. ima
ll.ill.iii Lao.
THK IIOTTKR THK
WKATIIKR
THF. MORK VOl'
APPRKCIATK
LIMAC0L
ToiLi-rr soap
It leave* you feeling Cool
all over, and in refreshed
as well.
bbBET COOL l si;
LIMACOI. TOII.KT
SOAP.
ftO*1* AT ITS BEST
ITbbbUM >'" MOsf eli..l..-ll.iMi 1
BMCsOS h ! - * "" '*'
niimrniiii- There are man* drli.to.i. USMsl I
, |,.h... from. ... U nia.le jual at Jim 1
BfssaM BgahB la yaoai mrnrn kiirhm
I ..,.1.1.1........III.-I.I.. -.I--I. .1.1. -Ir.l
.,,,1.........-I fr ,H..I..... slid -II
bin/ iBMps -" eaauasstai read* i
haat .it.i ..i Ha Mhlag > aaosoasr*.
Vb sWi kova << aoVI i- asaai >*
. ,, mi. lilt BSBBBS li" li'-l soai I- Ibc
hi.I BBSii Thai Is -hi lleiiif Siupaai*
I.. Mas ViajaasaN Boafh Vou'H ar
il i. Ihe line.I BBaa U rer la.lr.l.
HEINZ
SOUPS
Opening
October
10th
An international stock
ol Silks. Linens. TaHeta*.
Nylons and Cottons
i ti,flisit ttiitvh. Strinn and
Canadian material*
SHOPPING AT SANELY'S now Broad Stroot Store
will delight you If only because* you will Invariably
lind what you want!
Geo. Sahely & Co. (B'dos) Lid.


I MSI ml I
IIARRAIMtS ADVOCATE
tiiit.sh n oi nun i: '< Mil
BARBADOS^ AD\HCATE
r..Y _i--------ii........r-------v
Thiir-rfa). OcMMl . l*H
POI Ml OF I I I Ml
NO "' will Im* surprise! I
i m .1 party ol Hntish In-
duftti vkM Barbados at Uw
Invitation <>f the I <
ors have been coning to Barbados to
advise on all Bftf1 many
: '
.is a result
( thi would appear to
be doi rhaps in Ihe increase of
d disillusionment
which normally follows such \
in | l.een much
talk ol industrialisation in the Bi.'
Caribbean and in Trinidad. Jamaica, and
Briti has
been made with the development of other
industi;
Even in Barbados there has been some
ik-vclopnunt of small industries and the
well ought to b oomptetad
before the i Bui aHbOUgh in-
duatoialisatb u\.<* << new faith
n In panaceas, the attitude ol
the Barbadian government with regard to
i apita. investment remains shrouded In
'TV.
Opinion is divided as to the wisdom or
folly of building a deep-water harbour be-
cause local capitalists have little confi-
dence In the intention* ol lha local
emment and are afraid to tiff up large
ol monay which could be profitably
invested elsewhere. On the other hand all
xinprejudiced observers agree that without
a deep water harbour talk of industrialisa-
tion will n* irto aetloo
While no progress is being made with
the propoM'i daap iratar harbour, in-1
ihown ;i remarkable lack
c.f undantanding "f lha difticuines winch
prevent the Barbados Blactrtclty Supply
Corporation from erecting new
house and matalllng steam turbines.
Yet irary lower inst school boy knows
that electricity turns the wheels ol indus-
try and that without an up-to-dat t.ac-
tricity ganarating plant all Mhami
industrial development an- pred. si ined 1.
failure.
The govarnmanti II li tiue, baa nol baan
helped to adopt I sensible policy towards
the electricity corpotatlorj by thoaa short-
sighted persons in private and public life
who were so anxious to tin'' faulta" with
Ihe local company that they failed to
understand how vital it is for the island
to nava I 10 lai n tv i ti': supply In the
shortest possible time.
It is quite beyond the comprehension
Ol normal men to understand how gov-
ernment which passes pioneer industry
legislation and which invites distinguished
British industrialists to its shores can
cold-shoulder the genuine efforts of the
l--.let Viciu SuppU Co |i .ration
to give Barbados an electricity Ripply
ten without which no Industrial
development can take place.
Few peraoni In Barbadoi reali how
much the confidence of British investors
was shattered by ihe i'ersianisation of the
AQglo-Iranian oiliields or how much dam-
age was done to the Barbadian reputation
for (airplay by the government's decision
to allow an American oil company to com-
pete with long attabUahad British oil
company in drilling for Barbadian oil.
However within its rights the government
of Barbadoi may have been in takin.
action winch resulted in British Union
withdrawing from drilling for oil in Bar-
bados, in London that action has caused
ors to think srver.il lin.i's befOkJI
venting in the island And this shyness
of the London investor comes at a time
the economists of the United King-
dom are emphasising that the British I'
monwealth must increasingly rely OD
American capital for development.
It is worse than stupid to blame the Bar-
bados Klectricity Supply Corporation for
the reluctance of the British investor to
subscribe capital for investment in Barba-
dos at a time when British investment
policy is no longer adventurous.
However much the government of Bar-
bados might consider British reluctance n)
Invent Ui this island as misplaced they
cannot force Britons to Invest in an island
In which th*y have lost confidence. The
ol the Barbados government is to woo
capital into this island, especially from the
ed Kingdom if it can; it will only woo
capita] if it offers incentives which arc
QUate to break down existing sus-
picions and fears. To stick out, like Shy-
h>ck. for a pound of flesh when the econo-
mic heart of the island is already flutti
to a standstill through wanl of m
electricity system will cos: dearly
invite industrial).
thotll electricity no industrial-
.; a waste of
.tCPUDL.CAN
CONVtNViQN
Hot until uf Mt liou> you AmtfM.imfi* op Tli \rvci *i Chtr.-^*
RELATED EVENTS
A Visitor In Mew York
of attacks, but the
tel] decreasing.
1 ** mmmm
hat war i* madnes.. Neverthe- t%\ Ifc-ilg-lM-v .VIIIIII r
nw
mornlntH ago by a Email news ,,>, because one (rf UN luiigest A new edition, or rather, trans-
Vlatod th.il lha Army had m,na ,n tho Eisenhower camp l.itiun of the Bible, has just come
rivalled > number nf men who waa trained on conuptK.n and off the Press. It has been the
had been previously turned down graft tn lne present Adminislra- work of scholars for over the last
lecausc Uv % hud art bi :, "Clean up the Mess" Is one ten years, and one of the objects
i..iv n,ark rntotalb No* ,, thi bgttla ilosjBni.1 So what has been to bring Ihe language
xamlnM and found happened! In one of the biggest up-to-date, without destroying the
Al. rill, .-, of the literature which has
Unfit one day, ti' tht uvw. lanl vlcton and radio, Nixon I It the Good Bonk a best
li all '" i .;'" or not pepie ol Ait America and barsd eltti for all Urna. TakMuu ra-
10 light.' |ani ;. !* DM (RMS- Ills .,,] I;, .,. q| (lo. eonnd picture of President
reeling and courage, lie Truman rcccivirm the tlrst copy
While .< huina.i an cv.-nt which will always re-
nd won .i resounding main milestone in the history of
tin- girl who wai shot daad In Vll- [n ,|,,. |.,ngu.'ie of a by- American people.
Columbi.. |;,. ,. ,,,,,1(8 f it is too early to attempt
a veteran discharged as menially Tu verdict on the work of the trans-
rarec forbear la Woni and Editors, but I kn
the Administration. They claim thcvl ihat there n passage* in the
P lliut's the n, W11 ,h|i thl, l,Jli- hfa, n Old Testament which cannot be
'liM-harged, WHS \^, discovered that the improved upon in any respect.
nf U-cn confined and iK'nn> al Ur** date himself, the aristocratic, dc- of Solomon are u treat for those
u no* in ;> noma lor the t,,,.,,. Governor Btoraaaon had w^o read them undemtamtingiy.
mentally ill. but h. bad so IbOOl UM,1 llin<1 ,,, ^pplement the and a quotation from the Book
> to let in. salarl. In his f Books always embellishes any
State, UUnoia. So another demand romr*osition into which it is In-
every f.-iiowe, of tine for n (.X|H, an Stl ... Bfter trcdueed.
. was sorry U> .,.,. h,-n.ition. has done so. and Hememlwr how Adlai Sttven-
'' .'] Incomt ion, tUcUai Bar pretuly turned
ad-of a '>ght in which ,.lX raturna tor tl phre* axpiaaMd Hiv unwiiiing-
ad liim-elf wiUi tk1 U challenging 1j be nominated for Presi-
- In clouting Rocky M;.rci- |us ftubUcail oononent to do dent. Father if 11 be Thj
. to thi Boor in lbs aiII .
r luunplon to
:;mlv whirl! hr had nevei a M-nalor bM sugjnilad Uat A recent flan?-up In the activi-
nd i-H.kwi like halt be called no* Udi flnan- Uei of the United Nations h.q
Olal nonsense which i< shrouding here indicated that lot of "grog"
t did a line thing foi Old nun. tl< real r.Mn- In tlie campaign, was coming Into the U.S.A. on
,.i one COnunaDtatOr. Ha BhOWed | .,,. ... ri ,,.,. gldetraeks. The repie*entatives of
iat i8 i a l are really portents attempted to smear Nixon, the various member naUons are
determined to call It 38. The effort hoomerunged into their allowed to get Uieir liquor duty
not mv .-wf.i.1 wit. ftaeea m reaaa, and there the matter atntttd f'ee. o*- whatever the American
Bu' In> " t. aliowed to real. equivalent fo, that term. Then
, a J-* ,' somebody suddenly discover
I just decided to Cummunl5ni crlme Foreign that too much of this stuff w
Policy with a d.-iinne -taterncnl coining m. Il was more than
vn itepg weri
y legally lo tafcg the name of ^ Ki!i ^ Kullll,lltn ;|1(1 M .eprescntativc and his aides could
1* ,',.'!! demand 100-r; attention of those use up normally even if they en-
who would aaaaj to lead Ubll great tertained lavi-hly. They said the
nation at this erttteal period in Russians got far more Vodka, and
i i.ii the red liaiiIngi ""' Britlanari far more wfalike)
go their undisturbed way. ''""in was their due. and iBveatt-
gallons started.
A sex crime wave has gripped _Ml _OBtj regret was that the
WaleottIhe 1'ndi
. The orinlnal Jog Wnl.olt, as
Bom " .. lai -
aeuaa Who madO an undy-
ing name for himself in
the ring here. Hi Battened all
. i an ohm -i
Our Readers Sav:
Lghl one -..Id-lir.wr told me. . st;it(. , -s, ,,,rk ,,na,_ u/et Indies do not yet have rep-
nd his hand* winch reached be- |engCl, n|i tne resources of the au- resentatives. in their own right c
his knees, cmncd dynamite ihorlue* who are nu-.-tmg .1 in this August assembly, for thei
In both gloves. ,mi, s,,i,. ,\i.,il> women were at- some good old Barbados Rum
Jersey Joe. who says he wants tacked In the darkened subway might have got a much deserved
return bout at the heavyweight antrancaa and quite a number in publicity. It is really surprising
own.alau nays he would like th,.u. homaa arid apartments. how little is known of this be
hi. children to keep UM nami 01 age here md I had lo raise mveve-
w ill on, and I hn|> lie -Mil b> sue- l he l*olli Ugwar has been to brows a few evenings ago when
In both veniu'e Joe* real anaol i uirabei >i woanan eopi ixiuie made its appearance at
i-ume is Arnold Cream. trained in the art of nil defence gathering of some Wl bvyi and
* On their rounds they are shadow- girl. The hostess, a Barbadian,
high tl aidant, en- ed by plain clothes detectives on had lived in New York siiu.- i2ii
l"'"" l,s' *<"' :lmg in ordinary M usa proudlv paraded thin but-
rored CJ has also tie. 1 looked closely at Ihe label
thai the Vke Praaldantla] nominee ordared com ta wear uniform and this is what it read"
U tlie IttUniHloana, Banalor \yhm going home from duty, gnd l i <,< 90S Jamaica rum an
R %'ixon had usdd an ex- also whn icturnlug. This puts 10*v West Indies."
ptnas Mind ubecribed by W* several nuncb-ad atort unUornu yes, they know Jamaica i
a Tha] on the roads and in the subways, here, but f remember Mr. Busta-
danced in glee and demandetl an And these measures seem to mante told me Barbados'
Noam were turned up. have done the trick, At least in belter.
">n wag really "on the part. There Aave been a number I know, and I beMeve him too.
which ihey rvcejw and the man-
ner in which qualified teachers
have racantl> been overlookid
for promotion Yet their asaocta-
tion remains silent as if all Is
well, a false impression.
The situation Is extraordinarily
serious and i( the Commission of
Knquiry is not given voluntarily
then something should be done
'!;e h.md of the authon-
Will th' letichen continue to
embnice the so-called dorlltty
peculiar to Barbadians at the
txpensc of their self-respect and
presUgt*? Will they view with
complacent v tllr destruction of
the foundation of oUr very civill-
gf:c)hc. green.
nhilhi-r Otesl Thou r
To The Editor. The Advocate
SIR. The settling of Barba-
dos remind- n# somehow of the
landing and making homes of
the Pilgrim Fathers of America,
and I realise that there are still
j le nigrteu leit here who are
trying to save this Island.
l i i' ararg Barbadian set-
Ueis who assisted In the capture
of Jamaica" tad 'hen 1 was
interested in reading of the hos-
pltallty of Colonel Walrond whe
resided in Belboin, Fontanelle'
We do wish that the spirit ol
some of these great settlers oi
Barbados may prevail and
tedeem this Island, which should
b) now he a paradise to live In.
We do not want''the spirit of
i of Carlisle to reign
e ,i_..in We want the love
and guidance of early mission-
aries and modesty of the
Quafcaca Awake Barbados:
PIONEER DESCENDANT.
HuAiVs* frerAr
To The Editor, The Advocate.
I am hoping In the near
future to open a Babies' Creche
in Ihe Indian Ground district, st
i am therefore asking
persons for gifts
'ure nooks
and Child ireg These
can be left at Roach's
en St.. Bpetghta-

ALMA PARRIS.
"Our Cbmmom UflHtog*"
Ufor, Tin- rtaasfldii
sir. May i ihank "Satisfied
for DM very kind remarks he
1 ui u iarl On
Common Heritage)" in his letter
published in the Advocitr trf
IMS. Fur his Inform-
D i should like to say that
ingemenut haw been made
With the Advocate t. reprcxluce
plcturea, th.it have appeared
lay. in the boukb'i
i proponed to pubUgh. Tt
Mveeaai ' aava gone to con-
rouble to get a picture
0 accompany tlie s-Tles every
i.durd.n iiiil. If I may be allow-
Id lo do so. | should like, In par-
tKular. to paj- a public tribute
ilr. Cyprian Lit Touche for his
energy and enthusiasm in the
. mat
May I point out n change thai
hal been made in my plan since
1 started the sarlea. I proposed at
the beginning, as stated in the
introductory article, to bring the
aerKa up to the present time bv
out the |>eri utg the U' Uvbai CCe of 1937. I
i.-d to tell Uie story
if the changes that have 'hen
place In this Island during thfi
pa-t flfteei yean when I came
la write about the personality
and career c.f GranMey Adams.
After giving the matUr the
most careful con* -.<) ration and
listening lo the advice (some-
times unsolicited) of mv friends
nud critics, i hsv.- decided with
at to I imfine the series to the
dead 1 WaJ Dot, 1 think, unduly
influenced by ihe counsel of those
uho feaied thai me I'n'.ialltv for
:. r" would lead BM fc
[dare hmi on too lofty I
My decls. luc to those
thai it would be dim-
cuit if nol impotsdic to writi

,. aUD kneompkte,
I believe thai my decision to
exclude G

polntmuii
thai Hi. Mf Of ou<"
present "Prime UlBllh
belongs to Ihe historian o( the
future [| \- ditli.ult fur anvoir
to detach himself COB&platall from
i rejudUcea
The his-
lortan cannoi rriva at a dispes-
ilonal Judgrni nt of men and
matters until he l* at a sufficient
distance to ">. them In POTapOC-
Uve, For Ihla raaaon
argued that it i* not his hu-.n -
to attempt an
in question* of contemporary
potltMg.
Thanking you. sir.
P \ HOYtiS
October \ 1952.
Mr vii linn
To the Editor, fag -Idrocflle, .
SIK lr should now be M-
dent to even the mosl unwary
man bat of the Community that
Education in Barbados Is on the
down grade.
During ihe past months many
us have made
rggBM >nd pleas for a Commis-
sion Of F.nquiry into Ihe manage-
ment of our Educational affair*.
all to no avail, and I admit that
I was reluctant to loin the ranks
Of tl Who complained perhaps
U a political bum. But
recent developments which I am
sure are without precedent in
the long and successful history
of Education bi Harhudns have
fore*tl me to throw in mv lot With
the dissatisfied Indeed the dU-
whlch prevailed during the open-
hv r.f the Bacondary iehool bi
would wart a
Iigation.
mg the headship of the
Girls' Sao il Rlcfa-
monda (I take it the rumour Is
\ lams has shown
that she loo possesses I
e Interest and magnnn-

her husband's entire political
teaching
evince Uw
grouping and the remi
NEW PHASE IN MALAYA
Achievements Since General Templer's
Appointment As High Commissioner
R) IMKHKK SINGTON
Singa|Mire journulisl ho i\ Ihe corresnondenl
of many leading overseas newspapers
A YOUNGISH British n.neial. Su I
Templer, has got one of the toughest and
irukiest assignments thai have been handed
out to any administrator in recent yearsto
restore law and order in troubled Malaya,
and ii formout of the multi-racial com-
munity therea strong self-governing nation
capable of delendnu: ftaa>U ageing*, aggressi*
from outside and dictatorial uprisings from
within.
During his first six months as High Com-
missioner in Malaya Ihe curious "tip and
run" war against 5.000 Chinese communist
terrorists, who strike from the jungle, has
been waged as successfully as at any lime
during the three previous years. Lately
more casualties have been inflicted on the
terrorists (In June 109 were killed which
was higher than in any previous month);
(ewer troops, police and civilians were lost in
July through terrorist ambushes and
limidation killings than in any month since
October, 1949. This means first that army
and police methods of tracking and shooting
are improving; but, secondly, and even more
signilicanily. it means that the civilian public
are better protected and better organised to
defend themselves, andfor this very reason
are co-operating more willingly with the
police to help hunt down the terrorist gangs
The campaign tu end the terrorism n
Malaya is not counter-terror, but full pro-
tection for the population. Over 400,000
Chinese cultivators and labourers who lived
in isolated shack-dwellings half an hour's
, walk from the nearest police station, and ex-
posed to the violence of terrorists gangs have
been resettled in new villages each overlooked
by a police station and protected by barbed
wire. The resettlement operation was con-
ceived and carried through by General
Templer's predecessor, Sir Henry Gurney
who last year died in a communist ambush
in the hills of Central Malaya. And General
Templer's task has been to continue where
Guiney left off. With great energy he is
driving ahead with the work of creating
complete police protection for every one of
the new Chinese villages as well as for the
thousands of rubber workers who live
isolated huts on rubber plantations. The
training of the huge newly-created army of
special constables, 40.000 strong, is being im-
proved and intensified by the creation of new
local training centres.
KKY TO THE PROBLEM
But the key to the Malayan problem of
community defence against minority terror-
ism does not lie in further expansion of the
police force. The people themselves par-
ticularly the Chinese have got to be given
the right and the means to defend themselves.
And to achieve this a countrywide Home
Guard is being built up. Altogether over
250,000 Home Guards have now been enrolled
of whom about one third are Chinese. But
the Home Guards are still insufficiently train-
ed and many of them are still without fire-
arms. More training inspectors are being
recruited and more rifles and shot-guns are
being allotted.
Two months ago the Legislative Council
took a step of far-reaching importance. It
set up the Federation Regiment open to all
races. A Malay Regiment has existed for
nearly 20 years but Chinese, Indians and
Eurasians could not join it. The foundations
of a fully-fledged Malayan Army capable of
defending Ihe country against outside aggres-
sion and internal terrorism have thus been
laid.
But many other tasks he ahead of General
Templer. The most important of them
the creation of representative institutions
and the" extension of elections beyond the
field of local and municipal councils to
which they are at preseni conflnad Fur po-
litical progress must continue side by side
with the anti-terrorist struggle; and the
ending of communist terrorism must be fol-
lowed by swift progress towards Malayan
self-government (and independence). There
is no other pattern of advancement in Asia
to-day.
FOREST PROTECTS MOUNTAIN LAKES
By NEWELL BOOBS
NEW YORK.
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New Jersey (pop. 2.806). has drawn a toresi
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OVER the news that lecture topics at the
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and defalcation." the New York Times puts
this headline: "Matthew XVI; 26."
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the world and lose his own soul? Or what
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TWO famous women are making book
ih'ws. Eleanor Kr "The
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Middle East. India and Pakistan.
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THIRSIIAY. OfTonrR 9 IKI
BARBAfMls UiVOCATF
Evidence Concluded In Estates Chancery Suit
ivc.r nvr
Vice Chancellor Will
Hear Counsel Friday
HEARING of the evidence in the Panama Estates
Chancery Suit was concluded yesterday after Percy
Geor^f Srdcs. tin- common defendant in all the action:.
IMH't CM thi- livt- plantalions. CollatOll. Trents.
Lascelles. Mount Prospect and Four Hills, had related
his story regarding the purchase of the estates.
Road To Foul
Bay Under
Construction
Within .xcurslon-
istai wil have, new holida> resori
In Foul Bav. Si I-hilip. At proem
a road being built from the main
roan to the Bay is near completion
ami then vehich?-. will be able to
Otvn down i<> ihi beach.
Foul Bay is a popular bathina
Place for residents of the ,iistiiC-
rh I'liiMintc nt the road has
^poileil the natural
hough this would onlv be n..lire-
able to one who knew the Bav
before. But to one who is seeing
Foul Bay for the first time, there
i* Mill much beauty about the
tie.i. .. rusted background of
I'HRii which form the bay and a
wide spread of grape trees and
various vines being most of the at-
traction
Foul Bay is a fishing district and
whan Um nshinjt season is ended,
the boats an hauled up on this
beach. The beach is wide and
waves break fairly high. A resi-
dent of the district told a reporter
vesterday that there is no fear of
under currents.
One thing though, when excur-
sionists begin to make Foul Bav
the new craze', a shed will be
needed nearby to provide shelter
from the sun. or rain, ns there is
Utllt shatter available about there.
The distance from the main
road to the Bay Is about a quarter
of a mile, the last third of that
distance being hill. The hill goes
right down to Ihe beach At pres-
ent workmen are cutting out the
road about this hill where the
stone Is very hard.
Residents of the district realise
that the Bay is sufficiently attrac-
tive to invite excursionists, and
look forward to the flush of splrit*-
Ihat excursionists bring
C.C. Delegates
Briefed For
li. W.I. Congress
Tbe Counoll of the Chamber of
Commerce t their meeting yester-
day discussed with their delegates
the agenda for the Ninth Congress
if the Incorporated Chambers of
Commerce of the British Carib-
bean to be held in Georgetown.
British Guiana, from October
M n
Of the 27 items on the agenda.
delegates were given the necessary
briefing on those which would
affect the Island, namely: Canada
British Caribbean Trade and
Steamship Services; the benefits
(if any) to be derived bv contin-
uation of the Oils and Fats Agree-
ment; the desirability of adopting
Common Customs Classification
for the British Caribbean; United
action regarding the recent IJ%
cut In imports from non-sterling
non-dollar areas and the granting
of all British Caribbean Govern-
ments of Landing Rights to all alr-
rraft or recognised International
Airlines.
The Barbados delegates attend-
ing the Congress will be Mr ('. II
King, Mr. S. H. Klnch and Mr. H.
A C. Thomas. These expect to
l. bvo tOf British Guiana on Octo-
ber 17 by B W.I.A.
Also attending the Congress In
addition to the delegates from the
various participating colonies wilt
Ik- Professor C. G. Beasley. Econo-
mic Adviser to the Comptroller for
Development and Welfare, Mr. A.
E. V. Barton, Secretnry 'if the
West India Committee. Mr W.
Ferguson. United Kingdom Trade
Commissioner in Jamaica, Mr. A.
R. Starck, United Kingdom Trade
Commissioner In Trinidad; Mr.
Max Palmer, Canadian OavorD--
ment Trade Commissioner in
Jamaica and Mr C R. StoHi-n-vi.-!.
Trade Commissioner for the Brit-
ish West Indies. British O11t.11,.
and the Bahamas in Montreal.
Caoadf
Chairman of the Congress will
be Hon'ble R. W. Youngman,
r BE.
Hi- LorooMp Uw Vice Chan-
cellor, Sir Allan Collymorr will
haai Couiwl in the mattei lu-
morrow morning when further
hearing in the case will be con-
tinued. Legal appearances are
Mr. W. W. Reece. Q.C.. instructed
by Mr. II L. Thomas, for the
plaintiffs, and Mr. Q. H. Adams.
Instructed by Mr. W. O (>. Haynes.
for the defendants.
The plaintiffs, Reginald Oscar
Camngton and others (lied three
separate suits in respect of the
five estates against Percy George
Sealcs and others. T:
being heai.i Js >ne consolidated
action.
The plaintiffs are asking tho*.
the share to which they ore en-
titled in the said estates, both of
the Capital Account aii the In-
come Account be ascertained,
and for that purpose all neces-
sary accounts and inquiries taken
and made; payment and transfer
by the defendants to the plain-
tiffs of what shall be found due
to Wiem in respect of the said
estates; that the Court appoint a
Receiver, and that the estate*
be managed by the Receiver under
the direction of the Court.
Two Societies
The plaintiffs in then- rrMenca
allege that the monies which
were used to purchase the estates
were contributed by two Societies
In Panama, one known as the
Barbadian napsoBiM Boctota at
Panama and the other the Bar-
badian I'l.^sivc Society of
Colon. They allege further, that
since the purchase of the estates,
they have received no account-
ing of the running of the estates
and plant
Giving evidence on baudf of
the defence yesterday, Mr. Percy
Seales told the Court that -irior
to 1944, and at the time of" the
purchase of the estates, the
Barbadian Progressive Society
operated two branches, one in the
Republic of Panama and the othci
In the city of Colon.
The parent body was the Bar-
badian Progressive Society of
Colon with the Society In Panama.
a branch.
In 1941 Vie two branches .lib-
scribed monies and sent out dele-
Kates to Barbados to purchase
Cullt'ton In St. Peter. Since then.
further funds were contributed to
purchasing and running the other
estates.
At thO OOndtaiasSI of .Mr. Scales'
evidence. His Lordship adjourned
further hearing in Ibj
until tomorrow morning when he
will hear argument bv Counsel on
both sides.
Ministerial Three To Stand Trial
Government At November Sessions
/-I ft// mm rf' wf THREE nan war* commuted to tl ting of the
m*m wv _ Ciuix ( G||ni, s,.SM(ins yesterday b\ Dtatricl
M.iKisii.ites The first was itS-year-old taxi driver Frank
FVbraca >>f Fine Land, St. Michael who was committed by
His Worship Mr. E. A Mcl.rod on a charge eight Una ol paint, the property of the General HaillVMN
Supplies and valued at Ju lt< 4/8.
Tio charge tatad that the of- Neville Osbourue of Hank II.II.
u..... sometiiru' st Michael reported thai whita
between February 13 and Pebm- .it the Eon
I 10 r W Km. - dCk S'.,,.| b ... ,
inched 10 Ccntial Sl.il.un pro...-- S70 which he hod la
cuted for the Potto* *hile Mr. In* pants. H.* did not n
J. E T. Brancker appeared for the thief
Fybrace,
boys- cm k-. \m -i i nm
rweni>.year-''ld laOOurei I--------------------------------------------------------------
' r fl.....( JaCfcattU, St. Mud The Polka hav jusl tl I
tl was commute.) bj Hhj \\ aewalattej! f"r tienetit of *h.-
u.\: Ha in hi
Discharges
Pilch Pine
ouiuenient that IfJnUr-
tcrlul Government will be In-
Ba ludos in about six
months' time, nnd the nocceaary
changes that will be brought about
.nid Trade
Union .iff airs, were the topics
most widvly di*ru*Mrfl .
ni> m:<
With Ministerial Oovemmenl.
will not hold Executive
lie Union. An Advocate
reporter yesterday tried to get an
idea as to who might take over
.is new Executives in the Union
If present atocuttvai became
Ministers, but Union members ap-
proached could not readily call
name* t,f members who will
naturally replace the present
Executives, including the Presi-
dent .
A Union member said. "We
have become so accustomed to the
present set-up that although of
lato m were hearing of the pro-
posed Constitutional change, the
announcement that it will ba
mad* within the next half year
has taken us by surprise as re-
gards whom we would profai afl
President, etc."
Another member said (hat n.em-
irera beginning to assess
the "possibles" for" the Executive
Posts. They are wondering what
changes in the policy and demands
of the Union will be made with
new Kaatul
Someone hV-|Hnisir,lc
"One thing we will be glad
about concerning Ministerial Ciov-
ernment," a shop keeper said yes-
terday, -and that is that we will
know where lo attach blame
when oateaaar-f. At proaont w.
eaa onto that for years now
Camngton Village roads or us
i' ..Is -have wanted repair.
or that people of this or that dis-
trict have to walk such a long
distance for ureter, but with Minis-
terial Government we would
know who Is directly responsi-
ble."
Commenting on the possible
change* in the Executive Posts of
the Union, a businessman said
that he hoped thiit new Executives
would uphold a MOM of responst-
l encourage workers |q
give satisfactory work to their
employers. He vald that years afO
when waterfront workers worked
DM half what they are at present
paid, they were mot* punctual.
worked more steadilv. and were
more cheerful.
ship Mr. C. I- Walwyn. char^l ''"'ice Boys'and Girls'(l..!
by the PoUoo aril* th Ad. The object of [ntroduetnf >"b
from a dwelling house, of clothing ""* : keep the elobl
valued at 5119, tne proper., '" lhr Association well InfOf-md.
of Lionel Ntics on September lt>. "' ""' aottvttlai of all the etUBO
Sgt. Alleyne attached to Central "<' '>' ll>"* Way they shall b
Police St.,: i the raw "uHh closer tog- QM*.
,'"i.!"wl,r.?K?"M0n^ u, 1^ month', nao
Itis Worship Mr. C- 1- Walvvvn it__, .... .,,. ..,...,
twUttad Oaibounu Ly.i h!" dun

ha.l ai'
\\
along ihe ninei Cimilage w.ii

oatai eWefa aai dstehargbig a
cargo o* pitch pine.
port two
i u' arai kg toe outer
ln| i mo walttruj
for unloodlnf its
:* niuu.l Into the inner
on Ki i.ia.
I
the feuowtfuj day, and I
.hi dolry Mine
then. Hands were working late on
plate tha
ollai Mr. Ajnx (59) of Botajoaiili
Village. Christ Churrn on a
Of tl? 10 belonging to Kenneth
Sandlford.
INQUIRY AUJUIKNfcD
After being informed by the
Police that Eulese Murun C*;*>
Dulls Alley. St. Michael has been
charged with the murder of Les-
lie Moore, His Worship Mr. C. L.
Walwyn. police Coroner of Dis-
riwwad
10 li -
than 10 film show. .' gtVM '
the vartona olabt, the proaramme
'icludine part of the Olympa
gamea. Skiing and some classical
The three clubs thai rtlOWOd
i awl initiative wen
ft Ceeiha and the Ga-
FarUv i down tho -.I
hands of threa
Wontte, Ttmoth) it v
and Ktankiyn i) it wan
't charcoal, fire-
wood and copra Tho i
arrived id port "> i lie omit and
A few warehouse hands were
omployed In (oodtng lighters with
The ves-
sel foi ihis ahipmont noa not vet
iRlvad
ifftiimi" upioiui
y Terminal- liner
l due '...... Hi*
captain
As regards to sport, tho Uorj
rora well repi- .
tne Amateur Boxing conte-ts
A", yesterday adjourned "*J* wrr*' hvUl M
tne die the inquiry into the
cumstances surrounding the death
of Leslie ft|
l--slie Moore a ftsherman of
Half Moon Fort. St. Lucv dtod "
his way to the General Hospital
in the Police van about 9 p.m. on
October 4 after it was alleged
that he was slabbed at Bulk
Alley
The body of Moore g-aj huW
(0 Ihe l*ublic Mortuary i.heie |
OOal nMrtPtn examination was
parfamicd by Dr a. s. Cato.
Yesterday Dr Cato told the
Court that the deeea*ed died from
shock and haemorrhage due t.-i
injuries on Ihe neck.
RKMAN Hill
High Schoel. K. Walters of DhP |rkiri/ ,.,
rict A. E. Straker It <; it tens, M
l.intnn and, J. Cutting of Baj
Street all won two fights each.
Mrs. Fart/ufiarson
' li airman W eslern
Guides Committee
KINGSTON, Jamaica, Oct. B.
Mrs. William K.ir.iuharsou.
Island Coriimissioiiei of c
:.airman of W h
hi Western Hen phi
f .1 tlie W :
Sugar Industry To
Receive B300.000
KINGSTON.
Jamaica's share or {300.000 In
the windfall which came to
Commonwealth sugar producers
from extra money received from
currency differences bv the Min-
istry of Food In its sugar sales
to Canada, has been given to the
sugar industry by the JaakfliOU
Government.
The Sugar Manufacturers* Asso-
ciation say that 284,000 ol
the amount will go to tl,. capital
rehabilitation fund of the industry,
and the rest, which Is estimated
at being over 33,000, will go to
the Labour Welfare Fund. Cane
farmers will get their share of
the 264.000.
A Government official said that
as far us the Government was
concerned, the money will no
longer be available to aid the cost
of building a sugar factory in
Hanover, which cane growers in
that area want built, for their
OBaj.
The sugar industry could, If
they liked, use the money from
the Sugar Rehabilitation Fund to
contribute towards the cost of
building the factory.
Bi.r.
Jamaica May
Export Beef
)Frn Oar Oon rvrtaftaaarabt
KINGSTON, Jca.. Oct. 8.
Jamaica beet will be available
lo Trinidad housewives If propos-
als now before government are ac-
cepted. Proposals call for the gale
i>f 1,500 head of cattle annually by
'ejoii.,1 ::. -til'il;. shipnici.t:, ,nn
fully supported cattlemen herw
on the grounds that then is suffi-
ciency of beef cattle in Jamaica
to met1! local needs and oversea
needs and at the same time for the
ptomotion of inter-Caribbean
i < Ulo can only be exported
from Jamaica on licence and so
far exports of stock for breeding
purposes are allowed but no ship-
ment o| cattle for beef or beef
has been made.
His Worship Mr. E. A. M.Leo 1
Polieo Magistrate <.i district "A"
yesterday remanded until Octo-
ber 16 Frank Waithe of He. i
Street. St. Michael when he ap-
peared before him charged by the
Police with robbery and itOoBBCO
on July 7.
Sgt. E. W. King Is conducting (01111111111* hi>es
the case for the Police. Waithe is future to OS)
THE Sngueiu
B.S Si
i' n Octet*
Thii vessel I
*< nra)T| ami tha local ai
Ltd,
TWO passengers will 1.
Ml
1 Mi Archer The ship
1 neral cargo including
1.200 bags of salt. 0p,i ,
1 ,.-: ...
or buttej
THArTIC STVIW
THE [tepartmeni of Highways
ItO now placing
1 oa.l junctiuns thirty
. 11 >n each corner.
v they started this by
wolklltg oil the -iint-li.-n Str,-'. I ,. SPi-i-t I I'niiie
William Honrj
ludi htlp tl.."
n .iiie.iiti.: IrefBc and
OtOn Is in turning
hhoj an rsot major stops.
ilrl Guides and Girl Seoul- 'Hie W.'ien traflir ,. appioaelmig
lurpose of the Committee li lo fron each of Ihasi rttfeel nun
ncourage and .leveiop the i,lii.i.- ,,,.., ,,, th,. Gfficar
t m C ana.ia ISA i. ,., .., th.-mt thev hIhkiI.I
..I Ai.iciica South Amen. ., ,11,1 ,.. gp beyond th, Mor<
he West Indies, and to assist them or (l. hlll(|
Import Licences
being Considered
Consideration will be given to
Issuing licences for importation
from all sources of linseed oil-
meal, sunflower meal, groundnut
meal, corn gluten meal, alfalfa
mei. pollard and malt sprouts,
not exceeding n total quantity of
2.00O long tons, for immediate
shipment, it ha-, been notified by
the Controller of Supplies
Persons desirous of obtaining
licences for the importation of
anv of these items can make ap-
plication to the office of the Con-
troller of Supplies by October 17.
Dot roprtOtilted by counsel.
CHAKOEP WITH LARCENY
Wilberl Waithe (34) a labouic.
of Station Hill, was yoatarday
charged by tho Police with the
larceny of a Raleigh bicycle val-
ued at 16 IS/t, the properly
of Vere Bishop of Bay Street.
His Worship Mr. c. L. Walwyn,
Police Magistrate of District A"
before whom the preliminary
hearing 1* lieing heard, renian.ie 1
Waithe until October 10. "
The charge staled that the of- 71 '"
fence was committed on Sentem- ", pi
bcr 26.
PDIBD FOR AS.SAI 1/1
His Worship Mr. E. A. McLeod. ., tl/.
Police Magistrate of DtatrJct a
featerday lined Stanley Jones
Jaefcson, St. Michael 20/- for I
saullirui and beating HyacUltfl
li a i, 1 1 of Sargeant Village.
t'hrist Church on August 9. Ifl
The tine is to be paid in 14 davs
or in default one month*. In -
pnsonment with hard labour.
have their own bocutl
'ouncils and standards approved
i ) the "i li AaMetation Thi
III the in ,1
< ahana to l
wil.....placed ,.t ochei;
1.....i luneUona duruig the
h -t f.-.- waoki
at an lulei iiation ., i .
Umtlar to ihe cholot In Kwiteti
land. The new chairman now on
her way back to Jamaica from
England arrives next week
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Colin Carter of Spry Stre*-
St Michael reported to the Po-
lice yesterday that $685
Motaa from his residence about
10.30 p.m. on October 6.
Eunice Bryan of Chapman'i
S'n.r raportad that outltry whi
she valued at W and cash to tl
amount of $3 were -do'en from he. ''.
house on September 22. < a
Thieve-. 1,10k. and onterod th '' '
hnn.e of James Arrher of Spoon- "%',','
er's Hill. St. Michael on Octooi
and stole money In the nmount -''''"
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IN MEMOKIAM
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h. liven lhal apf>l.ra
lion MM bea*i m-nte to 11 BrWWt of
lha abovr na*>*d Cnanpanv ky Maurlrr
l)e I ..no l-.av.rl>. (ar It.*
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MECHANICAL
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d ng itie IimmMUI* oana-
tma to <"> f" all Infarmttn and
tmdiliMU ly B AfcHB Mc
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curt prrai
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<1ltllbt.lor.. Mii'. pi....nn, and vai.l

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dolti 81'ti
Cou'trajr Oatas^ m,i
1 IB M An
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. ranted land al coruat a*
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i lnipccliim an app.Katim.

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POWIR a bunlow-Tra
houN Htuatd al Tba oarrwaa.
tandind on 7.444 tqitata laat lai
and (omprliini Iwo vetanddhi lr
Ii..Wk t'"m, tw toadroaaia. uual nm
VddtiMM kitehad 4Vc aatada MTMBM
ro^aa, and .nclaaad n* IWctrar.l.
M QPir te* .MteUad
tea| iillnn by apwunlmrnl aur. Mi
inia Dial J3
Th. propetr* anil b. hi up tot *"
publ
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atlh mix
.nh.r-.iM- and notlc* u bnaftai givan
'in thirty da>. fra-i date
aftaaa
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NOTICE
r*aiiR oi i joarm
Al-Pl ICATIom tar ana va. .m PTtean
v ,,i- ti b ra>aitm bj tba
laruaurd not later Iban Vaturday. it
f (Xtiibrr. 1M3
Atullrant* rnvi^I ar Wtdioa* lafkttel.
'iiiMtani and In Mialtened tiKum-
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Ctatk. 31. Joan
GOVERNMENT NOTICES
VACANT fOST OF INNPECTCIK TAX AND DEATH DITTE8 DEPARTMENT
The caaarBg ttdM foe ubmliiml( applicAUoni (or th* port of
lnsprclur (Inconu* Tax). Income TdX and Death DuTie* D-ptrtmeni '
h> b#n extended io 15th N.iveenbn. IpK.
UMMil
%&m
by;rie
, T. VINCCNT POLICE ItMttt
Twu mratc Steno Typipts rtqunecl
Am to M y*an.
Height 5 feet Uicbcs.
Educauon Secondary School
Muit be good typist* with M wordi per minute shorthand.
Applicant* will be intprvlewrd at District "A'* at 10 a.m. on the
14th October
R. T. MICHEUN,
Commissioner of Police
Pol uc Headquai ten..
MHHIMI,
8.10.52. 10522n
NOTICE
IS l.rrabv civrn that all Parana havina
d*bt o> claim upon or artcmnd tl
_H of tnint Carllate ftelda. late
rallartlla In lha par.ah ot ftaltit MKh.fl
who drad In Mm laUnd on lha Pith da.
b>
.q.iit*d io tand in p.rtlcuUn of Ihrtt
v'.aio duly alb-Mad te Vwia BttUna
r.rhte. ha u*URad Arnim.l-.ln. of te
rtdta of thr Hid rna Cailiala Ftehla,
*a Mraara Hutchinaan fa Banfteld. al
Ihatr pfltea a* Jama* Ibaat. HdgaWivP
.... ..t bafora Ilia Itatt day ot Novaanbar.
|P I after harh date I ahall praaaad te
fi-libwti- ll>* aiaala at Ute aakt aaaate
adnng the partita tntlUrd tharalo ha.Ira
irftif lha dafrfa and elate, only of
IH-r. I ahall Ulan pm had notice and
that 1 inall Bat ba lUbla for aaaat* di^
iributad to any aarann o whoar aar.1 or
. laini I thall not iiavr had notice al lha
iuaa of eufh dutrtbuiwn
And all paraona ind-btaal Io lha aaid
a-tela ara laffrdad te aatUa lhali
... ..,(. aitrvoui dalay
l)a viola r. rnunta.
Q-.a.lftad AdminlitrattW Ol th*
Kalat* ot Einait farlttla Field*.
NOTICE
Tb*> Decorations and Illuminations Commltte* for tht? CoronaUi
of Hr Majestj- the Queen, have been lriformed by the Manager of
trie Barbados Electric Supply Corporation, Limited, that their company
u prepared to allocate an amount not exceeding 500 Kilowatts lor
the puryoaa of lUuminaUons next June.
The Company la expecting dettvery of a new GeneraUnf Set
early nttatt month, and alUwush it Is importable to allocate any cur-
at the present time, they arc willing to utilise this set for illumin-
ation purposes during Coronation week.
It U requested thai all applications for a supply for illumination
puiYot-as should be sent to the office of the Barbados Electric Supply
Corporation, Ltd., not later than 31st October, statins; the actual
wattage required.
Any acceptance for applitationa for a supply cnitspie the city of
Brldgftown will dapend on whether the distributing mains In the
district are capable of carrying the additional load.
The mercantile community are respectfully asked to co-operat
damage caused by White Ants. No unprotected
timber ii salt? from the ravages of Irtptcu. from rot or decay.
Protect your timber the safe way by using Solignum Wood
Preservative, applied easily and cheaply by an ordinary paint
brush, spray-gun or dipping. Solignum
gives complete protection against all
forms of insect attack. Buy only
genuine Solignum. used the world over
tor SO years.
Apply Co W. B. HUTCHINSON A CO
P.O. BOX 265 BRIDGETOWN
for Details and Loco' Stockist!
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llARHMMI* AbVtXATK
Till IIMi VV. HI lulll I! 9 lJ2
Barbados Win Second Tornado Race
TKIMDiD STILL AHEAD
l.\ TOTAL POI.MTS
i ARBADOS Tornado Team look first and sond
against tha Tiiiudau
.: |ftl
Barbados icored 1!' 1 2 [Hunts to Trinidad 17 Th
moans lltat in \h< I. lal so lar Trinidad u \ one
SUM. 1 .-.::, 1 of w prtM
Mi Hn.u irk in Hi.- Inlrd ruu "" ',"""..
POOLS Mr- 1-2-X has spread wide [^DOCTORS I
his financial not ... to luxury hotels, to stores, ITE5TWDMEY5
to factories ... and they all make more money | V/rsi'
If you have discomfort
dl lul UUllllg i then it's more thin likelv
ibsj inc jv.ii balma i row wrniWTi bttpasL Ow acni.i> causes
heartburn, flatulence. anu indigestion. I'm things fight as quid as you
can with 'Doha' Doha swiftlv reaches all the surfaces of the stomach
Mall with it. gentle, ncutrali/idg a

accountant with
knowledg.- ..( I. ttli
i ill
he
[van I
Ins, and
.'.
in this the final lap, wai as fol-
TK -l" (III TK 3.1 (B>.
TK 4S (T). TK 47 (T
( 3J! (B). TK 3G .11) and TK
. flip. 1H (T).
who WOO Here had luck, overlook Jt>hn
B IK.-.; HI main heat ...
oka, and whiii .. .hj,
i l- I'K 3b and TK 48 ou.- SJ, ,. In
ina miss
. Tom WUMnaon theirs, working lot *e
Harts) rhl II '
, too.
Then came tbo Utthjwnodsl
<" terse, also supplied by the
The Moore* mad? the goods
.....wa factories and kept
:ly that he manufacturing profits In the
!
Wr most brilliant D9M
- ,
plat of -'> - r i. explain Hi. Moores's asso. trad. f.mil> Le-torte*
N of stock* and shares, by his versatility in tha c.n- In the wer Littlewoods worked
Ittn valuable tip* <>ii hov menial field. agree. ..'-rumen' munitions
to buy a house and stir, a They are fascinated t his tiaets Besides milUOfll uf shells
bWlnaai daxterlty In paying out thousands md parachute*, their factories
Fxplatning UUi product Of tlM w' \ t1 i.enl handsomely with the othei. ?> 0O0 vehicles. 20.000 balloons;
X3.HN.W Co,.,

noniy nre won
>. prlnelpl
-i fK M n of the th
. I ow
nd TK N (Bi i lain fortunes
V kin* caught
I'Imii Has Worked

i" Ki.r to ".II the Mooi
went to Leeward Posltloi TK 40 (B), . 37 iTi TK 45 fortunes they have node out of
and when th Wertei i.marh I rK ihwIs "ret working
for tha
' ipai The plan has woike.i well
-i : i afball coupe
I ,...,....,. inafal b moi i
I a btl too far i tuth U I in i k would eoatinue to p
;d tii.t ..n ih. : i v."I.- groub of Indi pendent Indus*
board lack so Iher Trinidad coat TK 37 ,rlc* '"tincled on pOOla pt
lead ft n llul their efforts And not ai:
the B i Tom Wilkinson came ,h* ,am,1y- *'."
fi liowed t:. Pi rkey" '" efatli Trinidad compann
Mayers aft< i ion in tha meantime I* **
third piece dad sailed m third,
There v :| Parittng.
lit th. ii tin- Tip final position ., ;k M
itn vaehtj TK 4(1 Hit. TK 35 'D. TK 3.\ iHi. TKI7 Hi, TK
!C> and TK I hat **. (T), TK 45 (T). TK 36 (B).
addiion to their cut f"
on, IJttlcwuods deduct from
i ii'Ml.000 pool,
money more tluti C3.000,
-. w*i dinghies
Chain Of Hotels
Since the war the Mooreb have
icquired a chain of hotels In this
ountry and another in Bermuda,
vh.ch cost t 350 000.
It i> remarkable how closely
: iiOO for overhead ~osla.
The hulk ol this g.N- .......-_ .
.<-s and ubout Mr. Songster of Vcrnons [ools
i'^rro.oooas office expenses. followed the LiUlawoodi pattL....
ll is Intereatlni how some oi "* '"" h;is '"-'de fortune* out of
tnat half million travels around *"*? m'"1 "T,Wt
Mid returns lo the family ; "d Vernun industries. He also
has chain* of hotels
A pool* promoters the II......- I~,sl A!'rtl 'he official return
ocrid vast sums on ad- l-ittlewoods Pools gave the
tal -t 11372.864. of which
As directors of 1 and C. J"!i and Cecil Moores aacfa held
Publicity) Ltd.. l>uulun. '"" "hare The remaindei were]
tltev control the contract "> the name of Victoria Street
Nominees Ltd. Uvcrpool.
"Is broihers alse ha\*e This is a special company
Kiantic bill to meet for the formed to hold snares for people

of football
rder until they rounded the Bay TK * (T), and TK 38 (B).
fUlfl
very wet'k.
As bosses >f J. and C. Mu'trex.
whose shares are not Ltd., printers, Liverpool, thev do
the job and keep the proflu in
1932 the pOOn kbUI (hi fam.ly.
have extended their i-iterests L'ut biggest of the M'Mires
tar beyond football batting into family interests outside toothful
lima ol rh." ! iS LlttlewoodR Mail Order
clothing and furniture factorial >, ltd. whose capital has
munition-, and a host ..f othOl i ie.i. branches of orthodox commerce, tn 1.649.000.
Kriiiiaiil IW.-in
Week Club*
-\ 1 L It a m i 1 1
T K M sagi n BJ H , ^a
n n 99 9> 49 99 IS S J
ik a Ml 49 99 n 91 41 17 Ml 1
a id n 09 99 38 99 IB 1 <
T SB 4S t 4 11 14 4 9
X K *S T 9S 19 M 91 M 37 l 3
r K 4T T ., 9. 1' 3 V
T K 49 T IT tS 3 H 99 IS K 433 1 7 I
1 991 I Wlnti. .15 1 I |K). H
' utl: K VaS BOM sjji asat (...I. .1 lap lo oat*
UnskvlL
11
Like his father and Uncle Cadi, ">' popularising "is. .i week
id John Moove* )un, i* clubs" throughout the country
a director of about two dozen nnrl supplying a variety of popu-
nglng irom lar goods clothing, furnltun
ises to hotels. 'vs by post, this venture |,a
manufacture to quilts. made huge profits. Keystone cf 1
Kv.ii.nily John Moon.-.s. the uccess wa9. of course, the pools
millionaire pools piom. is M huaa mailmg list of betting
keen on protllai.- cUanta, In these millions the
was John MOOTOS Uw modtatly awawd John Moores had recoc-
paid telegraphist of 30 year, ago. nised a vast mail order cueoteVa
fi .idy-mado without trouble
NO ONE WANTS
TO UOX THIS
13-st. HOY
T'dad Heat Island 40-18
Id Basket- Ih* Tut -,- more
ll Barba- accurate, and the Barbados play-
Often than imt lulneM!
rir-t i. as played at whan In pueeaeaion of the iiall
the V.MI'l' ground la '- ' " eeora. The Trinidad British
This puts Trtmdn to mi. thev having previously de- robuil name In this onarttv, too,
fcattd tha i ( ilton and put himself quite in the way trouble.
II Five. Of l he Barbados players. This Sergeant Suteliffe is the or-
lothat large Qua1 aaaatl 207. Trinidad ganlsar ol ipswu-h Lids' Boxmn
crowd pre an) thai tnaaaid a leacting. club and Clarke is one of his
keen), emit. SSjjH 'hitd <|iiarter found Tnni- b r i g h t e s t hopes with
by the visitors who again stole <'"' WTJ COnAdant and UU tll ,. |hl. |jn,,.h
the bOW y- Ml "" ;| i; I'.^iiik .ii"1 Ifolways junior cruiser-weight.
N ; r. -i.i .lly II still. h>vv- whll|, j. wol, ,|V kirtua of
,;,r 7-d' Lias-taE*.........- M
A inimite aftei Hie name fct.irt-

nothing by
It, rhe B
. ff attacking but leafi
culars of each public!
bi'iietlts of the other.
lb*
mill CLARKE, a 13-sloi
Railways apprentice,
. ,ilii < .1 r. .1 -s Ml
ci.iiu. ..r Ipswich, a lot of
i
tn -coring. One
got the reall
that they would be able to cope
with the visitors.
Two mlnutea -ft. i itarl ol play.
Trinidad's Lance Laahh
I) m.uked.
and scored the first for the night
Trinidad >. in I
points a minute later
managed to score
. but they seldom lost an .
.. rtunttx is the .-n he was 15-to his ,..ii
and took full Trouble is that East Anglii
advantage ,r ,|. nrcaatongl lapse >* run out of opponents tor thii
Bubado ati i.i bafty yoong u
The Trmid.Ki team combined Sergeant Suteliffe told mo to
While the Barbedea la in 0 Durfa the i i I year I hi
4a a I tempt al eomblna- scoured East Angll.
Ktnod lo luck the lutes to And him
- mhri.itniii of players who Vow | have i-sueO ..
knew thui fellow pl.yei UIOT- , babalf Of I
and iiimbled at times /KtingMer In the sam
ympcs EMghlll and Pirate*" Hs-a in tha oouni
tm-
With Trinidad 32 ami tsaibodoi
hen Clarke u. Trinidad's BurreD ended the
oai third ojuartei with threat to--
Ilarbados gained then r,r: potnl the type thiirtigh a free throw. quarttv"Ball freezing."
The first pans for a consulta- At the beginning t.f tin
tlon came about f, ur mlnutea after quarter Trinidad played n n
the mime began. Shortly after the name and gained a tea m 'i
(amc recommenced. Hlslop the points but as ihis quarter go*.
Trinidad captain can ""* thaji started t.. "fr re
Trinidad score to B|g ,: ., Ike boll Al one sta;e the Bar-
rateful. well judged ho| from CtUall) niou|.-,l
a long din ethar wiih arms ouWratcnad
ciitford .;.;t r oUa
Kjnsr^r, '.............*
without
ipporienls.
challenge.
I
weight
pts il
>;h he mii't remnln
live another year Ix-f'irp he
qualtf) for senior
Casuaily lAst%
Lurn
the .losing stages
|0 111. Trinidad
.
c Stephenaon 1101 I I
i Bunail i iti t> Martin (30
H
I., hi, \ Hlslop
field when losOlj hen. .i Hi
Borboon i defen-
f pjaylng bui
thing u. i.. gained rom this i>
maaccur^te attempt*, the chiei
:'
i
lumiy. and did much rumbling ut.v Cant
t.thciwiB.*. At ihe end of the Aral Barbados I All rne, H
THnJdad wen H tteatmond G Bnrtagi
ind Baibados six. gaa a vi.e-pi. suit nt of
Trinidad playee '' >' (Wralea); iiu-kic Lueat Pulham Amateur Boxing club
The Kail md Kilglnl Wisdom should be quite at
players showed an abtlltj ti \M.i'.c>; Algy Symmonds tbs hoau. He waa a niara than uaeful
ip i indlapoaad iiv-weight before he a
differ-nee n 1 t... II,.,' U last TWt ocoar alaon is only a
": old jrat m tnji ctubi alraad]
'. i .v.- lengthy equally lists.
Uiton have 10 pl..y,rs injured
quite g pnblean when they
a league match at Swansea ihe
m ' da] At AJdetahot they
Had tune in ]. ml ol
manager QOBOON t I.AHK hav-
ing to delay team alactlon for the
. serve m.iti.i against Bristol
I I anil the LaagUO
m itch al Miliwail, until late the
I
The Funny Side
FITLHAM must ik then
port with a touch of hunn.ur.
IOMMV TKIMII |
f Fnlharn FC. NOW hll teltOW
.median. NORMAN WISDOM.
They'll l)o It i:\crv [ imc
TIe CYrJOSURE op every eye,
iWnCUl-4RLy G0YS\ 'S SEfTlCS FR4J
LUSUULLA, A DREAM, A VOW.' A PRIZE'
liv jiiimiv l!.itlt>
NorV C5ET A LQ4D OF LUShX fJOn/ SME
IS WHEJ 6EPDC SEE6 MR, DlSFOSTTIO^
IMNQP AUD SCO UP TO MER BcTEZER
I OM.Wt/lTE MOME.^^E VOU?
fl VVELL.n-S ABOUT TIAaC.'NOW,
L) ZEfORZ >OU START LOLLN5
AWXfKO.cftjW over TO THE "
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