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I'M.I BAKBADOS ADVOCATE FRIDAY. OCTOM* si, an Ccuuh gaJUinq air Kcaucth BUrkbtirno. retnrnrd to Anftrn Mo. -PTriKiiri.' fifiifffl>r or 1 lU-Tioalleruy v -i-r.1 (V At left ll M daughter of Hit. EsxaUeno ..J burneund I-adv Hlackburne. who had been hoLilaylng during the last two wei'K in Barbedi*. returneu erday. During her stay Joan en Bonney had been tfueaU of Major and Vt . friend OH tlu*iitu** Mail Vfl< K t MARSTfAJX. travel the Airport | 1 !" !. Keoiewntative of Collins Printer* of Glasguu. male* and other aataadJ ratten.-•> moniuig. who on beaa tpected to MftWj* to ft-iOaAos about the middle T* Btx: month. Dunne hi* stay here he was a MM Ki %  n H % % % %  Six IftMlil MV/A AVi/n/7. M R KL'l'fcRT WEfcKES, anolh• !i..rt>iidi:in v,ho went bo tlM ISA ha Ml returtsad yes.:<>rnLng. fcM who has paid his first visit home in 30 %  rived ban in Jinbud I • %  ix trt" ll I L. As d of tlr ae> him off vi'h >,• % %  t WbdtUa$ wtddiriK look %  %  k Th bride* %  muii in BtarfiDuke. T 3J Wnl b %  \ii C C Leai and I %  Ami. fan of UM •I pupil %  •' the aleo ptvaanl 'I"he i-nuplc whn m< flrinUiica Of) O : i i im Hold until (hair return !• Dominica on Thursday %  eek. lion. Mr. Aird n aole > u V wlittcburcn i 11.. %  Good l fljo/ M n LUMSon "i %  Voithiug :.! %  %  1 'he TrlniA::. 'I,,I ( up SU' .i pBpd .sju>i und el* t oujfa it wait aspaetad da) would take part In the competition, she %  aya she will only be a specta|i i during the present Rifle Meeting. Unrk From firrnada Itumytmnm N OW back home * almost s fun ir.ow Spet-ml NEW VORK. imie, we want Bu' Mr F ii pan •l.a. s-lf-styled -hared the Waan is the imra-i Mil Mr" L. Ai Williaiiu U '* Iloo P* r Pnatmlstreaa of St. ,n,i •-aa B 7" ,u * limeliglr %  being ruled us one of JKe's greateat lamaeasjn aassU. At first the Gerwrul objerted to iho familiar uge of t name. Bui hi hi BPJ w. ajafU Hi jimt as mu ' Iter as the slogai> NOT J) tftc and i i introduce* her as My Mamie." He of alliac%  as] During the eaily tense weeks <>f the rambntgn BaMBkB save his wile li< rather emba rra — Ing mallty Xu whn h (*re-i.Unt nominee* and tfieli fmi.il posed by Press Photographaae ^ here, i On one occasion a photographs* anted a picture of Mamie Elsihower holding a bottle of rrmnnt maple syrup He grabbed the blouse of Mamie's dress and stuck an "I Like Ike" button on bar. Eisenhower glared the photographer and then growled "Don't ever do that again. m '" liui reeently Mstmic has nph : penned n photographh. taken .„ positive She ha^ irdour tnai Btanj famous 'i hat she's %  mar u> tin --ar* S— %  7 lluppy UirlhdttY ban PS imcr pupil ot College Her husband Is %  easts Agricultural Inspector a Parish of Si. John. John Tuil In SI. Lucia unu to Mu* RLTbWS reached Car* of the N tWf Gu H IntrnifU ON WILLIAM SAYAjtY. Q t Ipaassei >•' UM Council of Trinldnd who.al*" IMAM* ** Jean Bryan of BlIBMsfll X 1^1 Guiasstne Tenor John Tun Road who celebrate* her birthday w ho recently spent ., few months "xy. in Barbados. .wMsl/ Lmck! i *a full *ho has beei •THIE TrtuMadWater polo * '<* the past year 1* now in 1. Team* to pl-y against BarSt ^u* 1 brfore going on to Canhados in the Intercolonial Tnui di. to enter the Conservatory of %  rafaa opened at the Aquatic Cklb -Music there. but night, arrived by BWIA on * a programme sponsored by sdsy. ,n '* Afb* n d Crafts Society, he .ne girls "PPMred In o Song ReclUl imder p i s ai n ted Trinidad at %  '" Cdiaa i i Talk*, wa^ among the intranstt pesaongers t.v B-W I A fiom AnrlgUH to Trinidad. Fir*l Vhil In J ).-rir |HS. IVY DEAR who lUdaring in liAibsfri" (he distinguished pstronage of The following are the airU— :iis tlcccllency the Governor and 'aptI. II. Selliei, -* d >' Arundell at St. Joseph'r Plimmer, 1.1. DeSousa. V. Gonvent on Saturday. October II rtnugg*. s Woodburn, M. StollOn Friday. October 17 he agak) R Kin*, and S Kn.-ggs. appeared in a Sacred Song I Th. km an ., full,.. lal at the Methodist Church, CanJ. GatcluSe (Capt). H. Mahon, H. ""'Those attending the recital.M KS. IVY DKAH who ,;,,. C. GUI. F DaVlf E. Ttixayejra very enthusiastic and like .ym>: in isarbstdodaring cira. J Teiaatra. L. Agard T 'hose who heard* him in Barbados iHiirneel to SJimuel, and H Dash. They ure conclude that he !• one f HHi >"t the U.S.A.. yesterday guests at the HaaUng Hotel. eajrdj in these parts. This was Mrs. Dear's first Miss Bradley told Carlb that Ha has uLso made hi* mark with mTi' .' bei "-.-.si i,f the girl* have visited Barf he teenagers who crowd around lalT ita Tf ft J tlVK -' st B'ki ajia bados in the past Only two uf lor him to ilgu their nutoeriiphi -. %  -r --......,.-. %  -rr-ri "ajj? 1 t'"inn them .ire Heelng our island fo Ihc ,., ... laajjp". W oral Unu -Shelf.. Wo.-lhui n .ml '"'' *'U1-r / } H* 6*nliats, \„t It KI ,rd fM' '•" '>' s, "i'"" < a^Aitos an now aamku i T d thai .he, plew, hijSi%Amm£T m llbill.. heai th..! 801 HOWall aid fligl.l 0Vt ..mi vet..,lay One p,<*.^tivc m.Ud i, h U Nul.y. the two .noi-mng tiy all %  -„,. %  mlotow.. .,,„,,/ ,.;' f K Z "ll! tt taUad ... la haa. B -round kftai a/b Ky ^bTSJSSto in the achl Ihej :,.. %  the boy at Goddarr's to look Uk i ,,,k, Th, i II on iheir ly rrorri IlKuas their plans for the tour nnswer m this is "Yes". Conipeth. Australia, have retched Asked about the strength ol .tors enti-rlng photos might find it lath i, *ri— i — o I^ 0 l ? m M ^" Bradley fc ,d lhu1 %  *d idea to de-ign a folder and •' " Bill Ihl li no) thru strongest team ^Uck iheii p.rturc inside Also J by but judging from 0m st.cnwlh of they are advised to sind in gloss" Ha adds thai last year's Barbados Waler Polo %  lkl asjau, Team she was sunthe. ,i t!„ one of the Polynesian island* rlarbados team won then natives had never l* due to speed and condition before, and Altogether there should be keen nmpoiltion. Good luck' the of .i dentist Beq .i.i blond ll..' %  a*ily in a newspaper than pictures with a malt finish ured by hand, blow photographs or black and ; : mts can he entered WEST INDIAN TABLE TALK By LOWsMsMl I !" IA>M PRINIDAD'S i-^sibigoes as aa %  growing interesl In fhe UJC. N less lhan three British companlea i-nlly to b# establish!iin a factory in the island. Th* announcement that the Universal Asbestos Manufacturing C* h ay u. produce 25,arv -abast.cement goods snnuslly in 1 %  • %  ustliS—il and II.ib.mi.,Hound Nassau is the Countess of Seafleld, thiest women in England. Her estimated income of t:\t0.im a .cat romei idch et<-nd mn Hlin .uuanDiUcs. Lady Seafleld U wasted aeveral thousand i-unds In Ifatrhards Associated (nterests. She hopes for more de of the group on her return from Ttassau. !! %  IMM l>eal An akt-nde. formerly the Hon 1 Deviaa Cecil, eldeat daughter Lord Burghley. wore a gown of frosted white silk tulle and diamond tiara and necklace The Duchess of Gloucester was one of 000 guests at the reception held at UOTgeeaai RCSBM %  P The new Booker line vessel, Tapacuna" has been launched In Northwieh. Cheshire. She is intended for service in the West ... dies run and will carry general rang She is sister ship to the Aretces" BY THE WAY By BEACHCOMBER S iNcr •he numbers ' low-flying jet planes, this :< %  '; %  ml bv bull! with lovei (as aclaoUflts worked out) reducing the %  %  %  %  of tali BV Ktthei thi* must be persuaded to weai Mat. without crowns, thus (as scienUst^ will demonstcii'. total bail ita, or they must remain iitdoon wkeo planes are about. It may be ob :i tall silk but ;., Lose IU si ti.tic^nr.' if it had no crown, Bui it u up to the hatter* %  %  . inn Hn.i.iv pcoi'LK talk of UM iwmki, bj M a man's eyes. Ian Mackav had .%  nt twinkle, ii. I %  '.. of boyish hrts tarr si i ineii which bei in waJ Like Cw sat ert o n and like all men not half wrlh Block modesty, he laughed at hi* own job's, and he saw other people's long before thev arrived. He could write or tslie well on any subject. And whs? an obituary be would have written of Lily Mo.i Is. who died on the saiie day, for he w$ persbnent ndmirer> of i % % bust mUaic-halL Tb* noisy dlMsTraements I had with him on almost e\er> subject a m ena my happiest memories Ft.-el-Street Woih-. fo ,(„ with Hif A . -, ( h. kail us to suspicion that Capt., i Toulrnough has opened IbMl An English-woman cm teat She Hoisting uf "laic bilge dead llsh with a diamond clip on Us tall.' Wound round the fish was a sUM-klrur. "On hei forehead 'he wore a painted eve • Baba Btacksbeepc. ohlaf clotheshorse at the Malsun Bpusstti, say* that dead fish should be wore well off tbj I "' • "alir ta tore with im, j ,,. ., -ve n have time dk now" Rlnlr>4r> loihrt t^a .'iiiscienliously BBaWan -b mah. which averages about mm a, ^ ,, rrs a day; and makes more ISM %  i JI-II appearanees than a tar. Sometimes she chana* many as live av 11 i v i i v ...iilcibution to the | MlvailUw-.. fSj—T i. undoubtedly her PO'-j'f*^?*'',' 1 %  e, ehlld-l' mend* analysed it -Mamla ai aiae m .. n i ^w-y. the ring-leader of ^ s, !" .;--;-;; ; .; ,wd. Hei personality mmOrn AWD u* .-— y—i.-ineighbourhood -uccesa. wri it mmd o. iumi Of swains gave her j ftned snake skins when the rest| lUMl • -^ vu a 3 rasr i a i kick only rated a She had -It.' Apparently Mrs. Elsenhower Mill has "It She can make people feel she's their friend fter knowing them only a few %  mines Late liouia do not worry hex. !rie says she ran get along with little M four hours of sleep t night lake all Army wives. Mm hower ha^ had to laari) to herself quickly to changing :h.i kin dam aj Bui NO IHIIM. when the campaign tram came to a halt in the early he %  morning, clad in hei dressing gown and with her i an m curlers1 bave had to get used In all American* like Mamie's warm | Ms of climate*, and I bave kept i"-. which is now eccefrY ,'C In everything but an igloo," ted as being as much a part of >U-_ recently noted. %  %  I.OVSMWK • I. oi maaa .S-K aastassi J"i>" na m siii sa Um ai a. Mnil I-I su-rd agai ( %  a nuaiMi .].i> mraiu !" .. —•NHNBai HM laaroaaU si .ci.otn' M*v Kern more a-r •-* Bvr ,b. "Ihe General" Which Geiieiiil?" Mamie backing up Ike at the vonvenI lion.'' • hi another o Back in the fathering crowd a W.J Sncretary w in.in whispered U. .. friend, r %  cnhnwci's, hi "MumlrV going b. win Uli W Mamie gn tion for Ike." rhe thought her That i. of course, an exag' nipped to do. aaraUon; but tlie fact reaiain* Mamie paused for that Americans like Mamie's t en said: "He play kind of woman. fc r 'Kl game of poker She I. i.ol too intelletlual fo* ll as reported that the Gen them, noi too much of a "home" body." Campaign speeches an Ifce'r icimnsibility she nay*. Her h* Is to play policeman with him "I blow the whistle on him when he stays up ton late, or threaten' to blow his top." she says. PIA/A THEATRE* caslon, when the v. as visiting the started chatting I asked her what husband was nest not quite n* amused by this 't as the secretary had been. ivorld Coftvrtaht Reserved —I_E.S. CROSSWORD DVOCATE BRIDGE fcy M Harrison-Cray Dealer: South %  Sa all \\V'%  r 1 1 %  r — ~^ :' %  r A K I J Offi I J 10 &f • &f Q J 10 4 iocs a* -Atn %  crash on ths r.snd was the •.urnm< po.c match sga.nf l:> %  ath ruOOkSi.'-: One spade r... I W*l Ud Or.e He and Wor CabThe Ita baa *st. Tc D am,*ridbrought T* Ke-lrtimas Ireai We. raawd o Three and made In Room J OJr C* CiuU %  ** eisgaaravsf aaa hj rslae or W* H ;..:; %  %  '. of •> 3 ended up 'hree do>. im* o'. p'sv ind'-sed h 'he adding erodui iaaai rre-.sm tii.i ia*4*i Uif %  %  *> %  oapart. |5 '" %  --H reti • %  usnaaeted tTi VI oatnt ii ? l lr*i* ,w oom0t ,8 IS iSiu call* roe relief. (4 %  a Prnea eitciuui • tr ia-saui.. • it •tan. i)| %  S air ladr• (*xsnnt. £).•. *• M. B, Ham? %  a.. 1 Uquia container <3i It The but -• %  %  ( noma Bare r I OW "... would !" %  Hr eauiMtrloi la oooAhsaO of Ws'saiprsss. (Si You would oeer call •*& Uiu No l* maa win naau' this' 1S> Curtouaur MM la mlBda UM" i n aaaUTalan la M. il) FUMED BY M-G-M IN ACTUAL LOCATIONS ON THE L0VESWIPT SHORES OF THI ROMANTIC MEDITEMANEAMI (Slt'lf'Stvlr flaw"/ JAMES MASON -MA ARDNER R*evifyta€UMnfce TU<**T)utckw*r ^ *,iaaaa %  a-nwawsf IPLAZ4 B-IOWS IDIAL 2310) coi-oR BY TECHNICOLOR,^" tVL Jt FLY THE ROUTE OF THE 2 30 44b <* -WFM. HUM. iiiiiimiis BY K. L. M. id Continuing DAILY 4.45 nd 8.30 p.m. MUM unus .OIIH GIOBI ata iiMBm ia\ I'rnuM.I TO-UAY 5 and 8 3.0 p.m. A New 1 >.-< %  <> i. %  ^M'ST Mi 11\ il> I I I I UUIKKI) SPINS All ( i.lnurs tk ll, i FIOWEKBD ( KKI-KS Hl.HI.KKI> SII.K 1 IllWUtiai LINEN' 4TIUPED QLAS8 CLOTH turn Ji.or, & SI.OK SIM 78c. tc Mr. 78r. BSc. earl, T. R. EVANS (WHITFIELDS) rOl'K SIIOi: STDKI I'HOM: :: 4220 ** 1 SPENCER TRACY*• KATHARINE HEPBURN Idi Miln) _^y f\ laj fit) PAT AND MIKE ^ 11 has Special Appeal for Catholics but will be Lai-ad by all who sea it ALDO RAY atiaaiauui :U3Huii_aaa>um-n..c>c>vWib.-^.. Mnxtmmuiu> AND "THE SI ill sun SO" Fred ,MAC ML'KRAY and Dorothy MC GUISE



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FWDAV. OCTOBER 24, Hit BARBADOS ADVOCATE PACE nan N. ZEALAND OVERCHARGING BARBADOS Protest To N. Zealand Shipowners Demanded IN A MEMORANDUM prepared and read at Wednesday's meeting of the Council of the Chamber of Commerce, Mr. A. S Bryden drew attention to the "enormously hih rates of freight" from New Zealand to Barbados, and the "cross discrimination between the rates charged to Trinidad and Barbados, and urged that the Chamber "forward a protest" to the Overseas Shipowners' Allotment Committee of New Zealand, and that the matter be drawn to the attention of the Government with a view to their protesting against such discrimination. Mr. dryde.i delivered the Wdum in the Council under Gen••1 Business. He said: — I wtih. Ihi.afternoon, lo bring the Attention of the Ctumbar %  atter which I consider to be of try great importance to every *mber of the community I refer (the rates of Freight which are R charged on Cargo moving New Zenlnnri to Barbados. wive here a list of the rate* ll< h are currently being charg, both on General Cargo and on rfrigerated Cargo, these rates e already very high but notice %  been given of a further inlase in the rates, which i< to he into effect as from the 1st fiuary. 1053. mid It will be seen l these increases vary between i and 22% on General Cargo (1 approximately fcd. per lb. on Rcfri B er'fd Cargo. Trinidad Rates ', have also secured a list of the t ol Freight being charged on ui.i: cargo going from New Zealand to Trinidad, and It will be observed from the rate schedule attached to this Memorandum that the Barbados rates are enormously higher than those which are being charged to Trinidad For example. nn an item such as Frozen Mutton or Lamb the rate to Barbados Is no less than 3t per lb. greater than the rate charged to Trinidad, while on Tinned nutter in Cases. the new rates fixed for 1953 show that whereas the Barbados rate will be 334. Bd per Ton. thr Trinidad rate will bit 2A!t/6d. per Ton -*a difference of B8/Jd per Ton. which Is equivalent to slightly over lc. per lb. I first wish to deal with the general question of the Increase in rate which 'a being made both to Barbados and to Trinidad as from the 1st January nest it is generally felt by all interested parties here that the rates already in force were very high, and one can only be shocked at the further large increase which is being imposed. No douot the Shipping Companies will claim that that during] 'he peat yi-ar have arjt shown very satisfactory result*, hut it must be borne in mind that there were serious shipping troubles In New Zealand and during a period of approximate!" fix months little or no Cargo was moving Furthermore, as time goes nn there t a steady Increase In the amount of Cargo moving to*" New Zealand to the West Indies, and there can be no doubt that the overhead seat of operating will bo greatly assisted by these Increased shipment* There appear, therefore, to be strong grounds for protesting vigorously against this increase In %  *• Freight rates. I will now 4eal with the question of the gross discrimination in rate* betwee.i Trinidad and Barbados. As Members are well aware. freights from Canada and the United Kingdom are approximately the same to Trinidad as to Barbados, with the exception thm during the last couple of yca.it Stcamship Lines have imposed extra charges on Cargo coWng to Barbados on account of the slow rate at which Cargo is dlechwraert herr. Even allowing for the fact that the rate of discharge In Barbados is appreciably slower than in Trinidad and other PorU, (here would seem to be no reasonable grounds for the much higher rates of freight being charged nn Barbados cargo compared to Trinidad cargo Only Extra Charge The Steamers which call at Trinidad before coming to Barbados are usually proceeding either u> Bermuda or the United Kingi and, of necessity, have u> pass that ga a lea* lo Barbados, so is only extr.i charge which has to ha tiiK I'.-H Ck**>* Ttowd Mwi. TkineS Vt*HW.. VveS Oat Tillb>W I SM-S au l-M .1 an • aw 1 m i |: Wr.irht less I. %  I t I IKi.l I; \ 1 I l> CARGO M i'k mm 4i -aa>r P-"*l Mution IT Laa p.. 11*1. p..rfc Las •" i*kaa..~ %  SisssTTiiiiiiiiii atai-on and IUni> Buti.i la Una Ctta*** oi CnuCawew in Tin. ..... sisad ,... tie. r. M U • b. I UTIta) l w M m %  1 *J.h. J ....( I So i •-.... i atsiM %  Bud I: I %  rates, and what is mar*. i hen they are Increasing taw rates '.hey undoubtedly ft* the increase at a safe margin ae that there is no poaslbiliiy of ate steamship Company losing: In the case of the laat Hew ZeatSteamcr, the sj. -CwnrntMC -tie had to remain la BarbasVas discharging cargo for three •' • 'td from the volume i .volved It appears tki ii.uet have bean dsaUiicUy-on 1 tlow side Whan it to borax* ^_ thai a big Steamer like tho 'CartafMgr* carrying about lio I'issengers. incurs expenses at The r tie of about 13,000 00 a day at n be well understood that it is i very serious matter If she is daily delayed owing to the Ufa* Hcharge of e;irgo, and the extra its incurred will eventually be "teed on to th.public ofBarICHM Kits t taw *# l t-.rne id I SlkM J IUIM ; swiss • M ax.. In Touch With Coastal SUfion a T— W M W lb I Too M m S %  %  1 ib i iaa T.-n w M ats/I.TD attviaa lhai that I1J.A ,. Tun-lad rale, ara rial raw*, bul plu. :• Si par lo. hsnaims rtisrse. IzSk iv I SIOIUT in the United Kingdom recently appointed. Quite apart from thr various tw not think it is fully re;i)lned that Bill the extra expenses tneurred in handling Cari: %  > in lliirlisdoii have to lie paid for by every member of the ionii'.unity, as tht Steamship Comp iniea pass on the costs lo Barbaaps In the form of increased "i eight rates, or extra Surcharges winch tn the end have to be palti bs the put-li in the coat off the i;< ods they have to buy*. There is j mistaken Idea that the Agents ii % %  the Steamship Companies, oi the Steamship Companies themselves, will absorb these increased BB B 1 incurred in Barbados: this is not so as every cent eventual!' .. passed on to the public of Barbados in the form of increased • ir n.irt*adoa Ca*M [•-.MMIIMI %  %  Nurmmi uskkt. • H-.hi Del PaetBeo. %  B ay —a § %  £ latalfttl • • P ana T Ttader %.* I'annu f cjAniindni • • XMariq, is, I m Cambtula*. %  • Tlndra %  %  fSB> i • l-o.eua>. . WhiliMt ME %  Q.— IH Bfimud. • IlL^.Ma.. Nmali.i MMh-MJith. as. %  •• Btsva. . Dtiada. it BBSs n>ias>Pdar. I Ch.laajs. i • t iiUnllnii i Surmount. IS Ca .bulla %  Klrtla*. TYom. • i BaRa. I • Ruahls* RaSox Wmlrhn, LOUIS L BAYLET Ballon l.anr a^s^^s^^s^^s^^S^^*^^^^*^*^'•s^^s^s^^s^^s^ss^^^a^^a^^^'^SSs^ssa^^sss^ ^S5s^^s5^^#^^^^^*#^s?#*s^s^PANDORA * !" FLYING DUTCHMAN AN 1.0. F.D. LTD. KELEASE A ROMULUS PRESENTATION WOMAN OF THE YEAR (IN FLAMING TECHNICOLOR) IN THE PICTURE OF THE YEAR' A JEWELLERY PRIZE HAD TO BE AWARDED IN BARBADOS TO PANDORA AND THE FLYING DUTCHMAN" AS ONE OF THE OUTSTANDING FILMS SUCH A PRIZE WOULD BE SELECTED FROM ALFONSO B. DELIMA The Lr.diii* J*wll4OT. "fflrmdoAa and ihs. Jlyuta COidchman" it ant of ihs But JUHU U>BA pMutuaut Bid Jo A Sbfht, CaMfoJd and Quality Xaij SHIRTS OAS iht but JAMESMASONAVT\GARDNER ^Cj, A tlgfV^BWaWl Kwv H ocantL IBBVFM 14 )l)titel*esig*av COI.OK BY A_' r KCHMC0L0R w.ih NIORL '. RICK SHEILA SIM HAROLD WAIliliOKK • MARK) i AI1KK GRAND OPENING TO-IIAV j ::ui I.-, and K.3S p.m. and continuingDally 4.4S and 8.30 D.m. Extra Sprii.il Added Attracllon! B> lli-lplul. katp the hia-hway ale for TravelUng It s "WORTH Ihe RISK" SsjusAagM ate pofudaA berauAe thui aha JofLi in Quality libs "ficutaoAa and ihs Jluinq (Dutchman" — ta/u in fcntuhlmnmsjit ORIENTAL SILKS, SANDALS, BRASSWARE as seen in 'Pandora and the flying Dutchman' also latest styles finest materials, hottest shirts, cheapest sheets, Bed spreads, Blankets. Bed tick in town visit — — THANI BROS. -Pt Wm. Henry St and Swan St. 15% discount on oriental goodt 10% on local goods, during the run of this film. B T O W N "PANDORA It THE FLYING DUTCHMAN'' MEANS The Beat Picture of the Year! THE MODERN DRESS SH0PPE (Broad Street) OFFERS THE BEST SELECTION In LADIES' I'ltl.ss. COCKTAIL HAT aad HAND BAGS. Show,no with faodo-a and the Flying Dutchman' THl LAND Of PLCNTT •n mfoimaltv* film lin lecknKotour) on |K* fine range of M0NIG and JOHN MOM'S frodocM, locaUy dill'* •y HUU. t, SON An lrretUUblc Combination ON THE NIGHT SHOWS: Friday 24th, and Saturday 25th. Oct a quantity of FREE PACKAGES JOHN MOIR'S SPECIAL DESSERTS will be distributed to patrons. Jltf... THE ROUTE of the FLYING DUTCHMAN The AIRLINE Serving 61 Countries throughout the world "Pandora and the Flying Dutchman" and a FKEE PACKAGE JOHN MOIR'S SPECIAL DESSERT!



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TACE mm BARBADOS ADVOCATE FRIDAY OCTOBER 24. IBT BARBADOS.^ ADVOCATE -f...Y.._-> —n -f1 .11-1-4 . Ik* Ai„ Krietay, October 25. 152 lmi<: 1.11-: ..; :>...infill osrea n t.es. on Grndd> male. the internaworld of intensive tlona. crime of ..cU aimed ai between >t**'yina; "a natter al ethnical or \0 IMtll.M. TODAY is {Jailed Nations U-y and by a • r*ee it is aJr> the .. % %  %  rary of British rr^ndmiB' bf r; %  Crown Colony In 1870. ^^^i The growing interest which the United Nations Assembly lit taking in colonies *a' illustrated on Wednesday when Mr Hup kinson. Minister nelhiii-; which wouio appear to be obvious is necessary btSaa t l W m recent vcartr auce/ajniite assemblies yi the United Nations have become more ana moie eager to mterlere in the .ijlajr:. ul member-states which have n-sponslbilitu for overseas territories. The Committee on inTormatIn from ns)t>telf-goveniuig terrttories of the United* Nations'has been used as a platform for launching attacks upon what is called "colonialism". Nothing could be more fatal for, the development of colonies than fhe transformation of (fill cmmitlee into a kind of colanfal council raodpllcd' on that of the trusteeship council. Such n Council It il' came into be-intf. would;.ev?n if it did not actually set up headquarters in ever) colony, become art-intolerable nuisance and WbTilft ana K, Uir. paper and file burden: which already retard the speed ef colooia 1 admmi.stratiun Tlie realisation that there arc membeistates of the United Nations who believe that prying and theorising of the kind thai would result from the creation of a colonial council would be beneficial to colonies such as ours will come as a surprise to many who have not been, following closely the tendency in the United Nations to associate colonial status with "slavery". Thr Committee on Human Rights has actuall) gona so far in paeparing a resolution to come before the present Assembly to propose that plebiscites should be held under the auspices of the United Nations in nohself-governing apd trust territories. This proposal is based on the claim* that "slavery exists where an alien people hold power over the destiny of a people'} I?hraseoiug> of this kind is almost-sickening in Its inept) tude; yet it ll the kind of phraseology to, which we must become accustomed in the British Caribbean if Great Britain docs not take %  firm stand against those memberstates who propose these stupidities. British failure in the Caribbean has been precisely a failure to find like France. Holland and the United States a formula which would protect her Caribbean colonies from the clumsy interference of those who inveigh against colonialism with only some vague prejudices and a strong resentment against colonial powers to mould their opinions. T '..ilure leaves the British Caribbean exposed to attacks such as that made at the conference of American state* in Bogota In 1948. when the retention of European coin nies in the Americas was condemned. The traditional British argument which is put forward by spokesmen of Btitish colonial policy when they stress that Cicat Britain is concerned to lead colonial peoples towards .selt-i'.overnnient and equal .status as partners in the commonwealth falls fiat if applied to an area where only British Honduras could qualify in point of time for such excuses. The British West Indies are Britain's oldest colonies: they all poav leased far more representative constitutions in the past than they all do to-day: crnintf units was retarded by the n" ringle blow ever struck in defence of their speed of development into self-govhuman freedom the abol.l.or. of slavery. I] know these things in the Caribbean we know that a solution is neeudl present amorphous constitutional relatio,, ihip with Great Britain. But we wiin from the Ui Nations in our internal affairs. .-„.„ %  ..., ..., ----%  rearmaanem. i/inerene*'s oetween — --*•— %  'w* •* e* !" j w worst together for last^^ USSR and other LI facial group as men" pu n is h able inf peace r.d foe the economic ^ weri have so far prevent*.! wh th *r *<** responsible are mlasreerneni on atomic control ii-,..",! tit However, the i Dutarmamrnt rnmil—loci is discusetnc every poaaibtbty of HdvancemeTil of r reaponalrj en of statea. pabl e officials private individual* The Conveni now bind* St *tate* who have so far ratified It. nf peace and sona peastsi Today it U • %  nl> too clear tha: On. CmvmUon In -.hi. fury has been approved w*.ll. work I. go. . Far reecefal Sellleaaeal lag or, or, anoth., clhuli, !" ^Si „ „„„ „ h b „ ThMUh lull and fre. dlu"~ > nU tl^'rd An txptn TMl I. a .HuMion hKh t '"T^ UnJM „ lllcm TO,* !" V un*i United N.lioiu u„,uit be. m r m n tt M' t mun " ' " ,£"£? SuVinlo 1H. !*• "•• m<-* draft coda ana .chm.o. II n do, a. u. th. op.: ->•-; Jl^T^t J.^ !" CUI1.IK wiich appean in Il "* ot"'on and rMnUcl duinleraWd ftaurs brougrn into I ,,.w.,. lo.aU/M ** %  ZuS vuwm which , and u.. dance, of a .ojId £ >£ %  mcU ,„ v war which m..y wipe out clvllimBtm % %  ;•• sai failure* and telbsck., but Vlio P*r S" ch d, 8 *^ lon ***2 United Nations *ork'on world gan.1 tmooth out utuaUooa such as the Mf^i ,| in |gMiiM r iv _1^. n l SMIIV *>.na-inai ir• %  J B Some idea ot UM scope of othe perstsSftst effort We see cool rmooui oui suauooa wen will probte !" .j be gathered ipnning and some achievaeaent *"* eases of Sovtel %  troop* %  from > mere lam-.g o* sublecU on lmort every fleld coUecb-" n f French and British troops wh^ Uoiaul rfiiloos bogies are Tiva ssrurit). peaceful settle" Syria and i-*bnori and. to now at work. Thincludes forced meat economic, social, cultural f/J"^* ana humanitarian estem. work, the problock (1 fj 1 gtags of dependent peoples and ,B _, p ~ iine Ue building of a world, system United tt <1 Uw. ff*** 1 ln However, these are only the flort ' Sift steps towards goals never m m oi Ult ** The IMS BerUn labour, slavery. :he protection of trade union rig**.housing, pepand Kashmir. jUtion studios, m.grtion. rehabNaUons madaaUon sue.iiUfon of the handicapped. traaV flghting. The ~"~. — &*< . man, ,.... ,. r~d.d to J2JZ*~" ,^Xb TOTOPIIM N.-.on. adm,n,., m tnf rtmirr maximurr protector^f all countries Then i< another basic fact we ^* -, must rem mber. The OtrfM R f^ ^ ln ^**! M ^ „ -.. K Safl apart After thorough rtudy of aU the from peoples and govemr.ients. ^ nl r ** 1 '.methlnr. which, of itself, wil! Nataoas a-Wishes. We thr peo' oc,, rJ l,,n ^* l ,U ^ b f* ,u ,-| (he world and <— has become an independent stale. involved, the United settled the future ot %  For Humanitarian N'eeeH L'noer t'nitec Nations leader. hip more than une million reli Unlttd Naucoa. Th. orsan.^.., '" i"1.P.nd.no.: nd ,._ *• ., the inrtrummt oi w ,1] and t"'' *, wU1 '" %  " T .or Inlrlliiincc. *-'; %  '•' War war. r^jalr all or raeliwc In 1BS1 u. InLmalional R.r..^ OtgantzaUon •round up bul L'niled Nauoni mint maR. ih. iull.il >I um —.."f. SLSZSSL^^' ~~b ^* D ""* mM l "* 1 *""-. a, I fbUiusl mild up c(.ll^0. lo diacouras. or ilppr... artt ol arrrard a(jrrw<. rMI: .xp:. %  p.acful ajnln.rrt of bataratJI po"r si%al .mall. We mual nrdoubl. >.t b.m actra upon. . For World Protprrilv ir.nu and volui/.-ry urganiul^on. lor lh conllnuin. Artlm of r.fuav.a. In July jail a convention on the ftatui u! reftaj.es wu adopted under '.'mice Nation, auapice. the mo.', comprehensive hanar ev wr::ten or. the right. United Nations bodia. a/ork 'ontinually on th. economic and octal problems of our ini I tai__ nfdl interdependent world. The of refuw— %  ffort. to help the majontj of General A i aa m blv and the Eco. The United Naiions Interna:,umanit. .t.fl I -ied nomlc and Social Council are lb. tlonal Ch:ldren Emerienc. Funo to achieve decent forum, wfcci. nation., nch and helps in feedli.a. clothing an., .laodards of living poor, may discuss thnr needs welfare service. :or over go .TIIII<>' %  l/.e*. tasks, w. must confreely and work in the common Ion children u all parts of the Eut the purposes of the interest of all peoples. Behind world^ rood, BngfcftaT. and some Nations, nil of them, are In. Council are eeveral .apci. aaaialance haw ceen provided loi fiiglaHa,j and prac.ical. th. fell groups, regional commissions in "** refugee* of :.sluing in PalesMidi of humanity n.H vmonary three great geographic ai.a. and "_'*, A Ijrge or.^iiatlon for th. •deal.. Let us tl.er.Iui. chensk th. Sarrvtarun which already %  '' *"' '" nation o. Kur.a ..tlona: co. ruu accumulated lirunens. m"•'J'f •"• b, ta o and is already .Jpi'ltioir which strengthen, th. formation and research The r^".-' „ .. ml.,! Nations Council work, clcajely with the >"• "U tlii tenaion of our •.^.,. amid conflict, and United Nation. Specialized A..nh !" n m 5! '"= :'''" SS"''" ,.,. w. n th. Unlttd "" • %  >" cot-uK. irjporUnt „^?d Ijlr^u^ ^uf^ed r)a nation, mo... than ever. Let us nor.-gov.rnm.nul organizations. ' on ,nlc. pobtical .no' • lb. United K Tea^i.i^d 17 ;." il •S..* !" "V,'. %  g g SSgy of the 20 i. to Uke effective 7ZJ2ZS „,!£ ,5^,,f^ '„.* S llU e lnh "" *" u 1" addition. „ an-l'Te':,.,,... Ttb, KaETbeen"'^ hetp" ^ ^^,'££^^0. *m ..am,, e in hlMory of colthoujand feilowahip, %  , acbolwhich cottBBTofan M u~u-nTOllUrv measures by an armlp. have been provided In ber of lrrdruibnS. and no"international orsjanuustion. The thu United Nations programme aslrninialerln. sum ih.„ fneeX aetMr, a. <-ndocLb, mt developed and umtor-carvelopM to !" U^r?sSer^lto?Ts;. MemiH, atoHa bul. opposed by countries are eu.ua! pannars m a. detastod riccmmersdatioru !" he. liSSM, and th. People, eftort whldh ,U bjsrll Iha A. to noo-^U^rwemlng terriDemcracles. Th. United SUM both. •< tars* ** wltlun Ihi TTustteihip took the lead and has borne the But more than technical skill is Syatem. their .drain stertiig aubrunt ot the .uffarinc and sacn. reeded ui order to develop IndusUtoiitles report annually to th. Sc llu', 2J stata hav. partlcl!" Jrimdernlr. agriculturt .Gtrarral Assembly which, throuarh paled and 40 have glean £ ol k v nU J* d ,, r* ourcM T** ">> • special comimttM and in us tS .rusunic and nruuicul support... S!y" 65.fi 1 'i !" f lU ". *?"**: binary sessions, spprau,, th. The tieneral Asaembi^ has _*IJJd^foreign. Th. International progress .a.nM ^ aosatedly decluM that IU 1. 5SS t ^ R 1 2 n TS^ **Pj; • "" ">* -** whole is purpos. is to r.p.1 assjjrniso,, J, JKS'.J"" n^SluJrSS, T" """ "" 'nttrMt. of and lo h^p by peaceful nM •'•*? !" '"" X ^2lS^S^LSk *??* """*— •"* • Mnber >.. .stobluh a unined. independ,'"„',ete ,L*r£TtZl IZmVFSl *""** h *" '" opportunity to call and democratic iKrea. UoriTtod^wora to Ji^ H.Z contrlbuto to th, profrew of Jaoanwliile an tn.iv. orifaiu. !" J, """"* "'" eec'Pl who have not yet wlu.v.d zaUor, for Koregn relief and "*"" Mlf-fOVCTlm. ^."TlrcTdyl. worT. "* "" F r ***"' *"*"" %  For A World B 1. . .... M^ d ^",e.rptoe. C Se. cj..n.^'"i 'rim^SXSlSS '• ^ragd, and the Conlorcas and oUtntKUlUa? at th. •""m.nt of th. RUhts of Man. *.nllon he Statua of refugee. UMau. f the sS-uriM*rtrne.l ' l''v>raal Declaration oi •'. bi .Itiel tr.aliw wKlch add to nee*. T to co!" """an Riht, Thto VlutoM nf "" ^ •" l"t.rnatlon.l conduct ''"" chievem.m lor .11 people, is rostutaled by law. United Nations Iready making IU influence felt JT"* "' bi*** conventions and the others yet to be completed .o public opinion. *" c \ Ijos. on human rlghu. Uus pu.pow has y.t been Further measures lo ensure thai ''*fdom of information, th. polit'lgotjated. | mea. minimum rlgtils are really ';'*' "Khl. of women and narcotic The General Assembly—again guaranteed are now being worked aru a*s. adds continually to Interby great majority and against the upon and. in th. process world national law So too do th. judgBftaTI of the U.S.S.R. and the attention is drawn to the need for btOWto OI th. International Court yaopl..' Democractoa — has arreapectsng "the dignity and worth ' Justice, principal judicial organ i anged to meet In emergency of the human person." December " ,ne United Nations. Th. Court esrlca, .hould there be a breach 10. the date of th. unanimous to0 k 1 **" mnslderM advisory of paaca ot act of aggression on paasage of the Declaration of th. 0 P ln 'ns on .cveral problems of *hlch Ihe Siirlty Council is 0n.ral Assembly. Is eriebrated u "V*."i>.;neutlon unable to act because of the Human Rights Day. vote" A Collective Measure, T „ „,, ulu „, womcn me Zo* omnuttee at work Planning vnited N.Uon. has devoted special v.lopmcnt of International lc in. principle, and method, of attentlosj urging recommendation. Thua the long-term task of collective action A Peace Obser„„ gc^rerrunenu. drafting a covbuilding up a world rule of lav. < ...nriu^sion has been sen .nant on political rlghu. and systhrough conventions, judgments, pott in the event of any t.matlcelly ievi.wlng progress toauthoritative expositlona and cod.Ituatlon developing. wards equal rights for men and ideation is being pursued syltc1 sense of woman. matlcally. pu p s Becauaa of differences wu. !" ..... n HM.I .k. ...c. already making its influence lelt TufV? H fe. eH^f„.i h > n oonslilul..m.. togtalatlon. court ft 4 .' P ?. W '"!" %  iraement for deci.lon,, and public opinion. United NaaVans Commission mt leg^L authorities is at the coeSfKation and dcThei. be no Our Readers Say; Prirv of Rum To. Trie Editor. TV Advotoie, SUa-Thls Is a cans.that really needs .I*ISI.II. and 3 wrong that roally needs resistance We, an Striving shopkeepers, aro faced iltli J problem of running euretyca muchancery v. ith this new 'laborate and unfair rise In the hoh-?.iltprices of liquors Just let IM Ima0ln> buroing ir.OTe cas and getting less miles: It Is fieflnttely MI according to what the liquor merchiints are Issuing xiuiid tiut Is. to sell a pint ..oUlr of run) for fttU'. against the price of 54c.. when It 1 pkee[M.-r 16c. more on ih bottle wo buy from the 'wholesale merchants. SIT. I shall 1MgTateful If you outd publish ihi* lettej Q tin* Interest ..f every rum retils isliind. and by l.ikimr pries of SV-2 aglrutt UH prSSSTd DTM "f 16.60, ll ii Jear <.r everyone to setthai t oSri Is uoeconumic. U.ADINc; KHOI'KXF.PER. St Phi llu. Local GbvemmwHt To. The Easfor. The Adoocote. SIR.—Thft llou-. of A-isembly has )ust hobbled up the Bill making provision for local government in a heller ikelter manner and sent It to the laegiclative Council. The taxpayer, of the island hardly umierftand what has been done and the Council has been treated with scant courtesy for It can hardly be expected that the Council can fo through the Bill in two month) when the House was considering il for over a year. Thank God. the Council is brimful ot strong and firm men wilh wide and varied experience Integrity Sad inlrlliKei.ee. The Bill should be treated as it deserves. DISGRUNTLED. Public Lollrry To. The Editor, The Adeocale. sill Instead of increasing taxes and the price 0/ gasoline, etc. to finance their Five Year Plan why does not the Government run a series of National Lotteries? In 'his way the money would be raised without incxeaslnK the cost of living. I suppose some of our worthy ciUtens will object that National Lottery is immoral, but I cannot see why. We already hav* a type of lottery, run by the Turf Club, numerous raffles are conducted—even by the Polic and a National I.ottery would be nothing new sine* most European t.'onduct them. Yours eur., JOHN DAI.F fni/iroi'-nirnt To. The Editor. The Advocate. SIB.—I should like to suggest an improvement which would be beneficial to all patients In the Hospital. Perhaps arrangement? could b* mad* for the selling of postage stamps tn the premises by one of the least busv of the Hospital employees. This is a service which would be beneficial to the public authorities and to the patients. I understand th.it sometime ago a lady used to walk around the wards selling st.unps and other articles A service such as I have suggested should be definitely provided for an not left merely' to the sympathetic thought of an itinerant vendor. WILLIAM %  RATKWA.na.l NAGUIB WANTS HELICOPTERS TO SMASH EGYPT'S DOPE RINGS By THOMAS CLAYTON CAIRO. October 1952. ALONG the Middle Easts secret drugsmuggling routes veteran traffickers in hashish and opium are saying "The liger has unsheathed his claws again." They refer to Egypt's General Naguib who has threatened to have all convicted drug smugglers publicly executed against the two to three-year jail sentences they used to get in the old days. Gen. Naguib stated this after he read a report recently showing that drug smugglinn in Egypt was on the up and up and that the dope runners he hunted as a frontier patrol captain twenty roars ago were makin. bigger fortunes than ever. He summoned 52-year-old Brigadler-G !" eral Abdel Aziz Safwat from his office in 1 mosque's shadow on the perimeter of Cairo', bazaar area to the Residency. "What can we do to stop this smuggling" asked Gen. Naguib Replied Safwat, head o: the Anti-Narcotic Administration for al Arab countries "Get some helicopters The smugglers are employing adventurei airmen, some from Rommel's desert ai force, to flv in the drugs to oasis landin strips. There the drug shipments art switched to camels or limousines; the drug! are in six-inch aluminium containers, which camels are made to swallow or in whiu sacks packed in welded compartments in tht limousines. Now a dramaticillustration of his heltcop ter suggestion has come in a report from ont of the frontier posts. It described hou three of Safwat's officers, from an airplane spotted a smugglers' caravan 80 miles easl of Ismailia ROUGH LANDING The Egyptian Air Force pilot risked a landing on a sandy strip punctured witl boulders so that they could arrest the smusglers. One officer was catapulted from the air plane and injured in its rough landing. Commented Safwat: "That would not havi happened if they had been in a helicopter like the ones I saw in New York when I wa making my report to the United Nation Drug Commission. "At present my men patrol the oasis land ing spots by camels and jeeps. They coul. do it much more efficiently by helicopter.' He added that he wants more electron]. detectors for frontier posts for checking 1 metallic drug containers are in camels stomachs. On big-scale maps in his office he trace, the smuggler routes from Istanbul throuj;! Aleppo down into Syria and the Lebanoi and across the sea and desert to Cairo. The drugs fall into two classes: Mac drugs including opium and hashish growr in Syria and the Lebanon and used b Egypt's fellaheen; white drugs like cocain and heroin from Istanbul for the richei Egyptians. The Lebanon is thought to have some 15,000 acres of hashish growing illegally. VAST PROFITS And smuggling these drugs brings vast profits. Black drugs bought in their countn of origin for £15 per kilogramme bring £8L in Cairo; white drugs like cocaine, bought in Istanbul for £500 per kilo, bring in £6,000 The report sent by Safwat to Gen. NaguiL records methods used by recently caugh' dope-runners including: opium stickattached to the silken tassels of gaudy Arab horse saddles, drug-filled galvanized iror drums sunk near oases, waterproof sacki attached to fishing nets of dhows Describing a recent raid at Alexandria, it mentions* "Attached to a letter in Greek was a torn half ten piastre (2s.) note, torn in half; one half for the carrier and one for Ihe receiver as means of indentiflcation. Safwat, chunky with a cleft chin and greying moustache, looks the tough, purposefu harrier of the dope-peddlers But why 'Tiger Naguib? Among Naguib's decorations is a silvei medal war awarded for capturing five tctugh smugglers in 1934. He was on patrol in th< Sinai desert with a tracker, a bedouin who can follow footprints across sand, when hi saw smugglers encamped. The General put his army cap and tracker burnous on the rocks. He left the tracke< sniping at the group while he worked fron dune to dune behind them. Then he fire, his pistol and shouted for surrender. The smugglers thinking themselves surrounded came out. In recommendation for the medal Naguib's commander wrote: No smuggler can escape from the tiger claws of Captain Naguib. Spurred by Gen. Naguib's anti-dope drive. Safwat's men are already becoming more active. Recently Egyptian coastguards at Alexandria announced that a patrol had captured four men trying to smuggle in 2,000 milograms of hashish and opium. They valued the haul at £400,000. The coastguards said the gang belonged to the most powerful ring in the Mlddlr East ... .-LX.S. MMAHMES! and Dasfc Dii opened at ABVOCATE STATIO SEHY MAHiKS! Cllin. Packet TOOLS MANDRELS HAMMERS SAWS PLANES BITS TOOLS For Every Uif SQUARES GRINDING HEADS CHISELS GOUGES AUGERS DRILLS etc. etc. GIMLETS PLIERS SCREWDRIVERS BRACES etc. 2 POWER DRIVEN CIRCULAR SAW MACHINES WILKINSON & HAYNES & CO, LTD. Sucessors to C.S. PITCHER & CO. Beckwith Stores Really practical, pleasing to give, to receive — and not expensive! EVENING & DAY BAGS of Plastic and Velvet and beautiful Continental Metalic-work . about $4.00 up Footnote: Exciting Costume Jewelery, too! Plain or Coloured or White Embroidered Individually or daintily boxed in sets — priced to about $3.50 Da Costa & Co., Ltd. GODDARDS



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FRIDAY. OCTOIJKR 21. IM* Coronation Committee Formed In St Thomas THE ST. THOMAS VESTRY ut their meeting yesterday appointed the Board of Guardians comprising tho Churchwarden, Mr. K. S. Sandiford. Mr V. E. Heeves and Mr. D. L. Gill, a Coronation Committee with power to coopt any others who might be ol assistance to them. The Vestry received tinhall —• %  year's return of Expenditure on —. Poor relief up to September 25. Il vuminnfinn 1952 which -mounted to 5.J.C42 ^AlUIl .IlUl IOI1 23 as compared with ill.liXoi _— for the same period lait year lwciiliw The Vestry alnu considerod :ipIlLSUllO plications for Tax Relief. Under General Business, the Following are the results of Churchwarden told the Vestry the.Q.C.E. examination, for the 25L?. n Xl'S tE 0 1 ?? £ f "* TS Coleridge and Parry School, 1952. surrounding the Alimhouse had lailen due to the recent heavy Armstrong, E. H. V.—Literature rains and would therefore have and Malhematic. 10 J* >*Piced Blanchette.J. E. C— English The Vestry decided lo have the Language. Literature. English HUmaiter fixed as early as possible torv Latin, French Maths. 5?.i. "fTS"?' i Sf k WOUld Brl s A L.-EngH.h History, be dug to lead off the storm Latin water Hritiur Members present were: Rev. I' C. Shepherd (Chairman;, M BARBADOS ADVOCATE PAGE FIVE Wheelwright Arrival Of Vessels Loses Suit Ki eps Waterfront Busy •\ the P#"v n*hl Cm" .if mt Police Band VI Hneks Tonight In the Petty Debt Oourt Bridgetown >esUTd-> 11. Mr H A Taj: I plaiatiff Carlylr B na.i. a.. Aiichael a nonsense wh..-h he bmugrBill Ford* a labourer of Black -King tho CVuit |o ..ward him £S 10*. 7d fnun ui.' defendant Ina plaintiff acetfjtod QM %  ow-auit, athtks -i,l ,1.1ml liability. clawing) ihjri paired a cart for Forde at Forde < request and £S 10s. ?d. ,..w.-i TWO SCHOONERS, 0n motoi vessel and one ateaml'HAI* MAIU-H TV,c>fifmi ... IH. UAPCH .YMI'IU>Nh A pniKr i mv to *>iit all %  ig.it"* ronci '<% which arrived „> the colon* y^ieiday'fronT v*raiL~iwrD ; v "' b pl *""'"' 1I %  Mhooncn, Gardenia W. and Turtle* Dove arrived fiom id. while the motor vessel, t a rib bee hailed (rom Dominic., These three .ess*.* are consigned to the rVnocinUon The steamship. Trya. • i IK %  i ne urived from Si Lucia with •tie Lainnd II p-.tt on We.ni. sday < an hbe* increased th. hi fcr Venezuela Th* roarf vntcrdav mornim ixrlved here with a quantilv of • io of fresh ftun cauv\, oil for the Bniish Union Oil %  (• dealers Company from Cartntja under toe mand of Captain E H. Ooe. II.. I M.I IH.MINI. REPAIR* to hun bv I." || Eera Pile a witness for B. s invaded the %  aid that while he was at the < T ck "> ,r >' ,n •****• ,h *" %  plaintiffs house he saw the deSSS B MA > 'ihl ^i-i r , m Tl "'/ ,lf '' r '""* ""'"• %  "'""f "' rtiflctol The launch -Saa prince-inch SS Un.'L ih P i^?£ ?'"" £? ,n urr •" nwd .n lower wag ...imaged m an accident with IhLr!ri^J P^tifl lo repair • ,, 10 of nr wharf, where the one of the hfc-bosU ollh, Fren. h T.* V !" n m • nd lh *' "" ** %  I'mng up of lorries from the I iner -De Grassr" when it was going to bt. Lucia and when he %-nrii.us plantations would not Un1 her*, is now under going returned he would pay Wtatt prtofl pede Uie course of other traffic repair! jnd a complete jvarK. S. Sandiford (Churchwarden). D.—Scripture. English Language. English History Rrorae, R. T.—Scripture. Eng> Honble J Mahnn. MIX, Mr. '" Language. Literature. English J. H. Thome.. Mr. W. T. Gooding, ""^y. Latm. Maths. Mr A. E. Cave, Mr B. E. Reeves. Collymore. I. E>— Scripture. Mr. C. M. Collins. Mr. B. A. WatLiterature. Latin, French. Maths. son, Mr. D. L. GUI. Haynes. J B.—Scripture. English Language, Literature. English w-x • History. Latin, rrench. Hon. Dr. Jagan Jr^Z"-""'" **' "^ b I -Jordan. D. R.—Scripture. En|JLWU IWUU8 HIMory. Latin. Frnch. Milhi. .. Lavine. G. A.—English History. Seawell, Oct. 23-Hon. Dr curtPhllUp., F t-En„IL. History HI Jagan. MI. C. British Guiana, Latin. arrived her, last mht by B.WIV PhUUp.. R A.—Scripture. Enjon a Wo-wtek visit durum which H, h Laninuuj.. unralur.. Enjr IA i2sr/ffi; £: ^asn ^ssEng Sa^ro^^rT^ frTmer'-Guest' e Houi. ,Ue t ^ JSS!^ ^ -Scripture. Dr. Jagan said that -the political !" ^ t*f? n U r g \'L,ler lunr situation in British Guiana is d<~ B ^"*h History Latin. S loping into u Peoples' Movement Sprtnger, N. H.—Scripture, Engd his parly—The Peoples' Prol !" History, Latin. tressive Party—U looking forward Stevenson. P. H. V.—Scripture. to gaining a majority at the Literature. English History. Latin, iBoming Gfnernl Elections which French. *U1 be held under adult sunVugn Thomus. E. A.—Scripture. Latin, %  fcr the first time In that colon v. Maths. ;. SpeakinK on the recent rice Waterman. R. R.— Scripture, *ort:.go In nrithth Guiana. Hon Latin. Dr. Jagan naid"We in British Yearwood. G. DeL—Scripture. Culona suffer from chronic shortEnglish language Literature ge of manv items produced English History, Latin, French. Jiica.lv. and this is due to a large Maths. rxtent to mis-mnnagement or •ffairs In the colony." OKDINARY LEVEL—PARS LIST Barbados Evening Inatltate: the plaintiff had rixed for' tfte repairs. Porde told the court thai March hut cart broke down n Chapel Gap. A man by the name of Cadogan helped him t. carry the cart to Best's place. Real repjlrwi the cart and he paid him £ 1 '0 7. Since that repair he had sold hi* horse and left the cart at the plaintiff's place. He went to St Lucia and when he returned thr plaintiff notified him that ho owed him money for a second repair, line He never gave the plaintiff i Ktructions to repair the cart second time. itiK tho whurf-nidr. The un' ui William Henn t irihSeF. there were %  Vig their n c I u d e d the' lAi] \crlrrn anateh t*M %  and copra which it hrought to '!.* %  island on Wednesday. ARRIVAL OF VFSSU.S haiilu %  ted out 111! The work is being car.it a. b rta near the men I Cfsns. :. br>-. u IM i "he o**%.. • hito ia# •'•".•. I* i"r.J IWSH oVtSTltl Tf* MM rh.ie U... i vrsMNpr VAIJUT. WI* Wwiwr. na Sons Mnw • s utJcnuN MMMIM Ol mi* KrrtMr' lnna-n I. m-M MUSIC S.is P m> Nnil Dwthaii |>m#u* !" %  a4oi rralnrad by (hMM IHSh Tenor John Mr< : sci ami...MrijjlaBT rsrt.-, jn,.**.* !" OOO SAV TUF i it 'iui.il repairs of the Hilaunch "Cviimt' are comteted While on dry flock, the Cygnet" underwent general allround repair* and repainting. 'IH IMKK CASE ADJOt RNFU Danish Vessel Due Tonight The Danish liner MV Kir Men.' second of the TDTUl I' 1 to arrive htrr within two (POMS, is due tonight. The find to arriv." was the "Olga Torm." Theae ves*eln trade bflwe:i Buenos Arre and New York. Oi ,_ lb arrival H will discharge fi.HTi a to 'hat of the repairs. This schooner arrived in bags of suir flour meal and •.!> the colony over three weeks age bags of Unseed meal The WJ from M.irtiniquc While on dock flour meal is cuisigned to Mcsir ..-nier also underwent a llanschell larsrn & CO, Ltd nl lob Jivd returned '-o the The vetsel is undci (Ine en watT yesterday "looking I ke mand of Capt. E. A KtmiLtn . „ ,.tni itx net tonnage | 1.270 ton-. To lighten your SUp — and your budget . wonderful Aristoc tmtm$: Th eh oner 'Marls The scnuuner Mary E. Cara•""' "" '"* vesterda was also unloadni" ib. catfa, mg, alia* undergOinj h Lady Naelren Stella 1 Kb Caribbean May I..-i It H>-t In Todfiaui Goat Gives Birth Tw Five Kids A goat owned by Newton Mastoll of Edge Pond gave birth to live kids on Tuesday. 21st October about 10 a.m. The unusual Incident brought many spectators lo the spot. However about four hours after two of the kids died, hut the remaining three are yet healthy. This is the first litter of kids for the goat. STKANGE BIRDS Stnqt.the heavy rainfall during last week, strange birds can be seen frequently flying "to and tro." On Tuesday over two dojen strange birds were seen on the ttlge of a pool near Mt. Prospect Plantation. The birds have curved beaks and blue feet and are of a dark-grey colour. DAMAGED Part of the cemented gutterWay which has been put down fly the Highway Commissioner along the roadside at Sailor'* Gully, was damaged by ttie rain which fell last week. This gutterway Is the only passage for water tomlng from the windward districts of the parish. Salvation Vnuy Official Afrrives A new arrival to the Colony yesterday by B.W.I. Airways for week's stay, is Brigadier Con%  tance Sharpe. Financial Socre£ ry of the Salvation Army in r Caribbean area. Leaving Territorial Headquarters, Jamaica on the 2nd Inst.. Brigadier Sharpe has visited Haiti, Curacao. British Guiana, and Trinidad, conducting Audits and o'Jier Army business. She will carry through I similar programme here. A Ivatlonlst welcome was accorded her In the United Holiness Meeting, at Reed Street Bridgetown last evening;, at which she delivered the Bible Address. Abrahams, R. E. (French, pure Maths). Archer. R. A. D. (English. History, Rcl. Knawledga, French). Barrow, y. H. (Spanish). Blackett. C. N (Latin). Callender. W. (History. Rel. Knowledge. Latin). Clarke, P. A. (Freneh). Collymore M. D. dfrgush). Cumberbatch, B. E. (History, Latin. Spanith). Gooding, M. M. (History). Greenldge, G. L (English I Ildmbiin. N. E. (Pure Matha). llutson, C. K, (Geograph,. History). M:>rsh|, m*LM+n\ French). Neblett. S. Vr (English. History, Latin, Pure Maths). Nelson, G. E. (History. Latin, Pure Matha). Shepherd. D. C. H. .(French). Thompson. C. P. '('En v lish. Latin). Combermere Sohoal: Crlchlow. H. E. (Latin, French) Ooring. L. F. (English. French). Johnson. C. F. (English, Latin. French). Newton. K. H. (English, Latin, French, Pure Maths). Sandiford. B H. bi (English. Latin, French, Pure Maths.) Sandiford, K. A. (toflUsh. Latin. French, Pure Maths). Barrow. K St. C. (jGaograph.. Pure Maths). Broom**, V. H. (Bnghsh. French). Clarke R L. S. (Re). Knowledge, Latin, French, Pure Matha). Francis, U G. (EnghWi, French. Pure Maths), Henry, C. G. (Geography. Religious Knowledge). King, N. M. (Geography). Lokey, V. A. (English, Geography, French) Maxwell. W. W (French). Osborne, K. A. (Geography Rcl Knowledge. Latin). Parris. D. O (Rel. Knowledge). Parns. D. St. c. (French). Spencer, W. A. (Geography. Rel. Knowledge, French), Walcott. C. A. (English, Geography, Latin. French). Bulk %  in • %  T ; Dooktraca i Wiilrn's.laj Similar work WSJ being carried ui, ,_-.„ M M %  „!__ ul on the M.-hooner Mary M. ... ihl EEnJlZJL fJi m L""" Which U 'till iirloadmg its n the Pet > Debt Court of Bridge,„ w ,„,„,, „f ( argo which It town yesterday adjourned until brotMtolK lalhnd fiwm BrMJ November 13. the case in sfbiefi (;.„.,,., „ Saturday momlng. plaintiff Selbert Layne of BriUon's Hill, St. Michael is claiming '" >hr Innet 4'nrecnagr. activity damages to the amount of £3 termed arOQnd the schoonet 10'from Fred ScoU also of "•' Davldaon which was un. Britton's Hill, St. Michael loading its cargo of rice, charcoal NEW YORK. Application for an adjournment %  "d ""'*'"'•*• which it brought to Mr. Godfrey MacDonald, vicewas made by the plaintiff's tfent. ""' '^i"" 1 '"•'" Hll,, h Ouiano president of the U.S. Grace Line, on Wednesday morning. Ix>rrie> j „, predicted that there will be I IM ii 20/ivci" drawn up alongside the nn increase In the number of ri ui i sehooner from an earl) hour >esu S tourists to the Caribbean r'JK".* 1 ***. terday iworninc, U.UIIHK thair during the coming season. tmn at im.vliiK their ro>pecttre* Ttuii-i altrarlions have Ix-eu dre. but UMU vskM m high ...SI high (J apaaif* lK* UMar mi-l-U m wUariion. TlMr* •*• Mi MM M a*ho awry BMHMI bbod -b •rj e*r—" *s>-i>'i~* %  >< m gM IW II ll BMM *• <| the aristocrat of stocking Rigiplh l of the cargo. MI MI i; < ARGtl His Worship Mr. Police Magistrate of District yesterday lined Cosbert Gaskln i New Orleans, St. Michael, 267payable in 14 days or one month's imprisonment for having a quantity of metal in his possession without a certificate on October 23. The case was brought by Police Constable 38 Marshall of the Bridge Police Station. Marshall arrested the defendant on~Probyn Street with the metal toXtob&MB^eZnm in his possession. hun £1 FINE R.G. Eiiitor On Holiday SEA WELL. Oct. 23 Mr. F 11 Sc-1-t'uiin Editor f the DnM 1 Argosy, Mrs. Seal-Coon and Kv were also arrivals from British Guiana \esterday evcr.lng. Th >\ Vrfll lo guestlit Aquatic Cout during their sta\ of three •* %  *. St. ClaK Adolphus Taylor • %  of Bank Hall, St. Michael was found guilty by His Worship Mr. C. L. Walwyn yesterdliy of'the unlawful possession beer on October 23. HillMiS M Ml i; FLOtTR; oats and pnalcd meat wwre in.. BfeJaf llotnt ol the i-amo of (he ileamshlp Trya which ari...v t rlvrd ln i morntoi box or fl1tm s L,.^^ mercial travellers by the opp-irlunlllea arising from a mounting ,.f inter-Amcii.;iTi |TBSM ^uela and Colomhi;. h.ive Iwen heavy buyen ol I'S .iKisamrr srtlele* and are -_ now taking more of our capital The vesw i which tT ^t. khan ever before as n re^..l.. the ( mmand of t ..plain nlll of the esUiWlshmeiit of local %  .i J ' ... Katieatrom, is consigned to Da hvdro-elactrif tsitnU and new msrg>Lj & &&' , KHfeSS Cpl. Byr alUcted lo tlw Cental bag, .,f floor. 2.M ta of oatj ,' SS Bort ^oVkT^Sl ti court that op October 23 al>out tho 1r*a ..ispl#yught a r.o-gn i.f w .,, r t.40 a.m. he saw ffte defendjnt S3.t -rifrVs of*fW<4 325 bngN of split"" m ith a box of beer mix Bank Hall pea*. 330 ease*of evaporated CI NEW BOOKS AT PUBLIC LIBRARY A small number of new were on show at the Library during the past f< prior to going into cin next week. The majority of these will go to the Juvenil milk. 78 rases of leaf tobacco. B' sacks -if Bran aitd 82 <<>! canned goodh. Other cargo in%  %  ''Inn pl' goods, envelopes gnd rovmi llll• %  < Tho arrival <( tills gfall : ll .ic tinty *hn I .,1 ol si %  nuBo. (he viik <>f warrHouse hnndfi. launch i.nd lightepciuws FROM TRINIDAD THI Gardenia W. which .nrived In port, on Wednesd... evening from Trinidad brought cargo of 149 cylinders of gas. ? | i olas, 20 cases of buttei 20 cc^itainers of bitters. 62 bags of copra. 211 tierces of fresh frull an ,l hf DSdar, Thr books vessel is under the eommnnd pgblk Captain Conrad (Wallace. sUuo" FfB KE AND COAL h^y^ The 82 ton schooner "1 depart road going in the direction of Bridgetown. He asked him where he got the box from and the defendant said that a man by tho name of Dcnnl Porde had given it to him for him to carrv it to his home. Later investigations showed that the story -S-Jjff-sgT tbTIrriw Of th. JrffkOdant as not true .^ 'p^'Xh %£X Taylor said that while he ws* walking on Roebuck Street. Dcnzll Forde handed him the box of beer. Sgt. E. W. King attached to Central Police Station prosecuted for the Police. 17 JEWEL Waterproof. Shnckprooi Anil-Magnetic GENTS WATfHES Fully Ciuaranieed — only — $29 50 "Your Jeweller." V. II.LIMA A fO.. l.Tll. 2(1. Broad SI. Phone 44i and The \ ill.it,HaslniK' The 82 ton schooner 'TMIII' ". Dove" alwt arrlvrd from Triniu-t; ,1113. It, cargo w„, *u •„ ..w -. !" ..c %  "!%  • vo ,. eI d. v morning. In call;', Sr*£8 ^SSUff d "* n S5SSJ of 200. 'bale, of .M. the adult department On Paae K CUP FOR HcD BULKY The Sportsman of the Year' Cup which members of the Albany Club, 1-ondon have present..! m Trinidad is to be handed over to McDonald Bailey at a private dinner on October 27. Mac Is going to take the cup to Trinidad with him possibly before the New Year. 100 tons Of coal. SO drum colas and one bale of 9 1 Captain O. Ollivierre Is In command -if the schooner which i* consigned to the Schooner Owners' Association. KJSCIIARf.lll OIL After cnschi.Ti'.|iig it. cargo ot 8113.(180 I'S gallons "i :ii Cnide 0*1. the c.i lai | '.'.V/'/V/V/'r CER'I AIM..! too ^ ENJOY ^ TO-DAY'S NUT CREAM SPECIAL >i kMI.ll IS Soda Founlains. The largest Assortment of PAIN'S FIREWORKS erer seen in Barbados is now on show at Wl Alllllllll AIIS lllll I. STORE Cut out this list and put the amount you need next to the name of the Firework and send it to WEATHERHEAD'S at once for your supply Nn lesssdgnd "." ..I B*U*ry fyramid ol Hosnsn Candles rail* "f Zambesi Thr above at $6.50 each I >' > il VMIIMI. Uie I 1 ilur Jaek-ln-Uir-BoK Mine With Bengal Msht Mine* With Serpent* Kojal Batteries I 1. in, Nuns Houqaels of Kerb*. ihc above at $3,36 ach Mlars WHh HrrpenPi Jsek-ln-the Boa .. Devil Among the Taller* Vertical Wheels rtramld of Kooian Candle* SaUlllte RoekeU Kaln RoekeU The nbovt at $3.00 each BABY'S FIRST STEPS SHOULD BE STEPS OF COMFORT We have a fine range of LAPARISETTE INFANT'S STEPPING SHOES Black. Blur, Pink. While in %  variety ol Style* Priced from $2.59 to $3.60 CAVE SHEPHERD ii Co., Ltd. 10, 11. 12. & 13 Broad Street FABRIC^ FROTHYLON" acu&i A Crinkled Nylon Material in Elizabeth Blue. Prince*, Pink. I Yellow and Avon \,|ii„ ,. $3.64 yard NYLOMIST" A Lightweight Dotted Nylon Fabric in Blue. Mai/e (In hid. Turi|Uoi*e and White ,. UN yard EMBOSSED SATIN" in HwTf, Bfcy, LoTobWi Hitsc, Silver C.ir\ mid While 5 $2.14 yard \ R.-All thr Above are 45 ina. Wide It.111 RoekeU Vertical Wheels Jaek-ln-Uie-Boa Mine* Vtllh scr^iiu 1 .iit.ui.-ii Roekets iv-n-k. Plume* RoekeU Whistling RoekeU Thtf above at $1.80 each Hatelllte Roman CandleH'i trlt Roman 1 -mil' ..l>.iir.- li.uiunt Witche* (euldron. MineBright Kman C.ndlcs Whlrly htm.,. Id/'I. I)iisle Butterfly twlnkler* Fleetrle Wheel* Spanslrd *tar Bomb* Radium lUssler* Satellite Ktinun t andlrs II wlr i II. id. ,i CoroeU above at 24c. each F.menld CascaQea Rrtghl Rocket* WheeU Cracker* Radium Hauler* Colourrd Rom.n Candle* Mtreamllne RoekeU .uldr i Kill Bright l.urn in Candle, Forge Fires Thu' above at 18c. each Th< The HARRISONS Dial 2664 Th* Prismatic LlshU MtHjnl V r*ov I ui Brtfhl Roman <*andlo> Hatelllte Rom in Candle* Wherl* Whlrly Twlrlrr* FJeetrlr Wheels Witche* Cauldron* Mines Mount Pelee Bright RoekeU Coloured Rocket* Jar k In the Box Butterfly Twlnkler* Craekers Coloured Roman Candles. above at 36c. each RoekeU Cracker* Dr 14* on* Flame Mount IM-.WlUhe* Cauldron* Oalnured Wheel* Mount \ i. %  Wheels Forge Fire* Frnereld Caaradr* The above at 12c. each Canon Crasher* fUjulb. Broadraat Spangle* Sa4eltile Roman* Briaht Koman ( null H Radium I! esler* Dlssle Ilarile Mtarllghu (•olden i; .in The above at 8c. each Amber Flertrolrles Flt'wer Put* I ...hir i: mi Dtsile I>ale Hi...il. .i.t Spangle* KUrllghU Chinese Drone Tor ped or* Flying Faile* Cr**ofcere Rajulba Blue Devil* Electric Whlssers ii'..n Craahers Zing Boom* The above at 4c. each A i >o BOMBS Jr. ea Ked-lsrvll-on-the-Walk 3c a Red A Green Matches Ce. b Giant Sparkler* inc. Pk. cl 6. and German Flee trie Spsrklrrs at lr. per nk. of 10. See in. for wholesale Prlr.<* Don't wait for that last minute nsah, boy year 'A1NS FIREWORKS TO-DAY BRUCE WEATHERHEAD LTD. HEAD or BKOAD STREET



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PACE SIX BARBADOS ADVOCAT1 FRIDAY. OCTOBER 14. IMi GOMES COMMISSION REPORT-V y ihew farUoiu under the guie"* i i ixuty politics which has given one (round for complaint and Pivwn 9 A further cause i that j not put before the ttee thereof. on srroupt, no doubt, of the very it n .eply to it was sent by the Town •nt following terms: — %  Wuh reference to vaui o lomovetl within 120 dayi of the date of tin %  agreement. I r.. I.UN mil 19th. 22nd and liltrd Julj. nil. Mi Thomas mused the follmvuir appear hi the 1 (Innrdten newspaper Down Town ofllceI (ormerly United State* Government 2-Storev building between Marine Square North and South %  ent Street, and Edward Atrawt." 9 On thr 2lsi July. IB47. Ihe United Suite; Authorities wrote t< Mi Thomas and. after rcferrim: to the advertlM-nvni'In the newpaper, remit ded bhn that the building was sold to him on a salvage and re'tornlion basil, not on i u^e-m-nlaee basis, nor for rental or otherwise and that the use of the, bdUaUlH! for nfTlcc space was not authorised by their contract. in On-.il*l*t August, 1047. %  .. t Sti U Authorities lnformoxi the Council that the UilM| uusMi ild to Mi TBomai l IOC"'%  in-.-" %  u.i: %  < %  '. the water fcUi.pl>. 11 Oa the 15th Sei'temba* v.'\-.. Mr Thomas made n further luM fnr i leasrof the site On thr 2Pt11 September. 1947. th COUIKII cohshiered the application and agreed that lease be nr-ann*. on the usual terms and condition' for a period of five years with an I renew al for %  furthei term of flee yean and at an annual rental of 01.200 I?. On the |0th September, ilu 1'nited'aHates Author It I aa wrote %  Oovi rnntaat repeating the ob)ecuoi* wbigh Vere contained in Iter to Mr. Thomas on the I J ;. IMT, and further stated iwsr— "Accordingly, the United States Authorities conccrnd %  oliped to ieject various ;itive offers from i J re 1 laser, interested In the lion of the installation IN iiru and proceeded with atr.ingemcnts to sell the installation for salvage, at a Cuiistdeii.i-ly lower [nice, in order that ;ntsed wishes of the Colonl.il Government raiiardinr the restoration of the site might uc-Toet." Protest II On the ftlh October. 1947. the Chamber of Commerce made representations to Government protesting against the action of the Council in mauling the Jeasa 14. On the 13th Ocfobci. 1047 Ml rhotnai replied to the letterof the list July and the 30th Sep tember. I1MT. received by him from i he i'i 11—-1 States Aulhoritieind 'nformrd them that If they onsidored that they had an) gncvanea ii rould be redresse.i only by a resort to legal proceedings and not otherwise. 15. At all mi aerial time* Government wns kept informed or what had ti;mspirfd between UM parties and on the IBlh October 1947. Ck>veriunent wrote to lh< Council reviewing all the fad %  • %  in 1 xplanntion DI the matter Th. < %  .-. %  .1 %  ,; %  j-ked to submii statements howighg tha meihod used In ralrulnting the rent rei. the le.i<, havi: to the provisionv of Section ISS of the Port-of-Spnln Corporation Oidin;uice (which \ > nniv the I poratlon to lease lands without the consent of the Governor for any term not eaceedlnc ten years provided onlv thai tin full rental value in respect of the some is reserved >• 16 On 1st November, 1947, the Council in ii reply tn thnt letter stated. I'lfr niui. the following — I am directed '.('. lb it ihc i ircumstaricrs existing on the 20th Sept-ir.Vr. 1947. when it was agreed to lease Councd had already agreed lo dlsmonln Uw loUuwina avasU the site to Mr. Thomas were by cee the matter, whereupon a mopiaco.— Mr. Tang at Mr. Hani Thomas had appruathasi means the same as they ware non for the grant of the lease was heretofore. It has been connpsopo* -nd seconded. What dently anticipated that Govern' %  ecurrecl thereafter is contained ml" would assist the I In meeting lie financial obugauona and Governments refusal f, to -to left th< Coundl no allemutivr but lo ses-k its own means of raising necessary funds Ai.ordinnlj. when M: the minutes of the meeting which forms .in Appendix to this report Impmper 20 From the foregoing fat-Is 17, On the 10th November. 104". 11 Attorney General look legal ""ceding* against the Mayor. auermen and Citizens of Ihc 'v of Port-of-Spain, and Louis .ilman Thomas, in which lie umed a dvciaratiun that the rant of the lease Ui Mr. Tru* member of the Council wtthiut dut regard to proeedu'al ic-trictions or enquiry Into statutory .ifeguards governing the grant of i lease, secondly, by the fact that he motives of the majority of the .. nembers who favoured the moduli and void, and a inanda''"" wereprompted by consider;ii v injunction for the removal ol 'ions wholly incompatible with he building, On Hie dav follow'heir duty; and thirdlv. hv thru mg the Issue of the Hail M of bad faith towards the unltrhomaa Informad the Attorney -d States A., thai ,u. ita requiring General that he did not prupw to them to restore the site and then i .ntest that claim and undertook ievening that decision in the wa% lo proceed forthwith to demolish U*f* did. .be building and restore the land 21 All these factors show_th.u tIts original condition, th.rebv the Council acted with a nigh deflated though it may be,--.re* of irresponsibility and with I i.rming the obligalion under the otal diamiard of IU obligationr.recmenl.wlth the United Slat. % %  %  public bodv to furtherjIhe in\uthorltlM The Corporation also icryata of those it rtprwnis and i.d not defend the action and el ;• / n w ""f* v !" m '** 52^2 < ubsequent date judgment was Intlons with the tt n ited Slat" uiven for the Attorney General Government (a) that the United States Aunary facu dhd events must be taken Into acocunt :— .a) Mr Thom.is was a member o7 the Ceunrll; fb) he had made a similar application in September. 1040; (c) that application had beer refused; |d> the Council decided that all sites should be restored to their original state; fv) that decision was reaffirmed in February. 194" (fi on the 25th June. 1941. the Council decided that any purchaser of tlie buildup would have to remove It by tha end of the year and enter Into an agreement to that effect; ia) on the strength of that decision the United States Authorities refused all offers for purchase of the building thoritics were entitled salvage value only: Mr. Thomas owned the building, a lease of the site could nqt have been granted to anyone else; (cj the rental reserved wo*, adequate; id! revenue would have accrued to th* City Council. and Political con > id er at ions were paramount. 2S. With respect to— (al and i would be interested in taking some shurea in Trinidad Industries Ltd.. of which Mi Farfan was Managing Director and Mr. Henry a Director. Mr. Farfan was also a larsaj sliareholdcr in the Company which at the time was in ttnancial difficulties Before leaving, Mr. Tang was given one or two shar application forms, (d) CO a subsequent occasion, be Dora ii.> ..'in. ..,i Tang < %  tnmpumed i>y Mr. Ihumta visited Mt. Farfan in when Mi. Farfan was clearly informed that Mr. Thomas would take 000 shares in lhe> Company if he was "prepared to help or vote in favour of the lea-e". Mr. Farfan's reply was that he would have tu consult one of the directors of the company, cj Mr. rarfan then consulted Mr. Henry who told him "take Uw money and vote against" to which Mr. Farfan iejoined that he could not do "such a dirty thing' and (0 during the period in question most of the other members of the Council were canvassed by Mr Thomas tor their support and some of them proralaed to give it nansM oi attitude aa Mr leetry had actually assisted in lulling the application. In iroof of thu Mr. Thomas Jioncd Mr. Henry's nandw. Uw draft to Mr. Tang. A few aaj, later, as a result of uitiours which Mr. Heniy am Miculaiuig, Mr Tang oulaiuto Ihe draft iron. Mr. Tnomas and auaed photusiatlc copies U. be for hu support of the application for a Issue and that be had agreed to do so in view of pest .avouik. that a few days latar. but before tne meet in*. Mi. Tana Md him that ha had heard tram Mr. Thomas or hi-, promiss of •opuwrt and further said "Do not mind favours, do not nund Gil'itan. most of the fellows have lady drawn two or three hun* oaaot Mr. Tang then returned dred dollars; don't be stupid you |a iioi want money?" and that iihad thereupon offered him 040 vtUth ha accepted. He ilso stated hat the day after the meeting, is a result of a message, he went ind saw Mr. Tang who thanked lira for having voted Tor the lease .ffered him a further 040 lbs drall lo Mr Thomas who ion? it up but, OB Mr. Tang's advice, succeeded on the following day in retrieving some i Die Iragmenl" which be carefully preserved in sn envelope, II. We do not believe this ex<.-mation which was furnUhed by which he refused to accept. Ir. Tang and supported by Mi 1 homes. We are satisfied thai Mr jng was more familiar witn the i aft than he admitted and was ware before the adjourned i leeting that Mr. Henry's handritlnsj was on the documen*. and that because of Mr. Henry's change of attitude the draft was ; icserved In view of the impot%  .nee which both Mr. Tang and Mr Thomas attached to It, which i evidenced by the photostatlc copy having been made. It is also 37. We accept the evidence of trial councillor. We were favourtblv impressed at the tune it wu(Iven and after careful con-idcrahou wc remain of the same opinion. Genera) observation* mni Return men da aassal PART II I. The various matters within the scope of our enquiry necessitated an examination of the administiation and management of the iffaire of the Corporation and ol quite obvious, from an examlnaji,e activities and conduct of memlion nd comparison of the two bcrs and officers of the Council toeuments, that the original draft between the years 1047 and 1001 20. In thu vasa ul Mi. HgssTJ c arc of the opuiiun that hu that transaction was given publicity in the press; (1) no steps were ever taken b iio serious consideration but waa Introduced subsequently In an attempt to Justify what was done; and ir) this is referred to elsewhere in this report. 24 We consider It unnecessary elaborate on our findings and i these points as the facts speak themselves. cpeated uilcrviews wit. turn, he would naturally nave % % %  .lined his friend Mi. Thomas at one of then frequent, and sometimes cordial, meetings that he v.a opposed lo il and, indeed, he would not have assisted to the extent of making an amendment io th* original draft ol the application. We consider that at 25, We now turn to certain as*"o time subsequent to the i t of the evidence relating to making of his amendment to the the conduct of individual members draft his attitude change lo one '. the Council. ol active opposition, for reasons 26. We believe that nt thr time best known to himself. Both Mi VhVcouncU to impYemem r-unclllor Thomas bought the Tnnf and Mr. Thomas suggeateu the decision of the 20th building he had every """"l"" that the reason was the latter'* June, 1047; and %  .r."*""!,.,", a?" llon J? ££ "n'lur* to accommodate him with ) on the lit August. 1947. moUsh it This is evidenced by two a jo^ „, agoo but we are not %  %  inivinced of I his. That Mr. (n) he immediately advertiser 1 H. nry'a opposition was not mereoffice space for rent in the I* passive is shown by the followis not torn up In a casual man ner but with great care !" M to xclude all the amendment.; cxept the one In Mi Henry's handvrlling. Among the >ther amend'nents was one in Mr. Tang's andwrlting. Mot Accepted JJ. We do not acoapt the evii !m of Mr. Tang in Uio loilowuig .mpor aj that he did not approach Mr. suUcit lus support; %  that he never met Mr, Farfan in Mr. Henry's office; i i thai he never indicated to MrFarfan that Mr. Thomas would be interested in buy', ing shares In Trinidad Industrie* Ltd.. %  i) that the meeting and con, versation between Mi. Thomas, Mr. Farfan ind n himself did nol take place. and ei that hi* only interest in the matter was that the buddinx should not be demolished. There are some aspecta In Ihe t > idence of Mr. Thomas which %  do not accept but the only 2. Although the composition of the Council changed from year te year there were certain features which were common to some of the subject matters under enquiry The most prominent of these were allegations of bribery and corrupi on, maladministration by thn Council and the general inefficii nay of two of their senior officers. There were accusations by the councillors aporoaenrd theii >ligations with little sense o. %  blie duty They were more eon•rn-d with conferring and rei ivmg benefit* and favours thai. ith giving serious consideration i public affairs Thai this U not "l overstatement is clearly shown the endless manoeuvring an• inglinj over petty matter-. hirn enV ady a few %  dividual) whilst -affairs nf vita iinportanc* received soani iitti n' on io Cow Lively a variety of reasons for % %  gleet to attend certain BsadUfqfe. %  %  l-ing m attendance, for failure m lake part in certain of its pro^ codings, it was either that his would be the sole dissentient voice. >T that he belonged to the mlnrltv or that he knew that the result was a foregone conclusion; ui other Instances it was that ha Mid not know sufficient about the 'ubjeet matter or that he was nt interested or that he Just did io'. I l.ke sayin h or doii4 any.hing: and In other cases he knew that the whole thins was a racket M corrupt II. Reminders to some of the (.uncillors that it was they who sought public office and that those A ho elected them expected them' -o act in the best intents of the met with eold response. Instead, refuge was Invariably .ought in the shelter of political -lurTy-burly Voluntary Appearance 1J, The Honourable Albert Gomes, now a member of the Government, made a voluntary appearmce m the witnes-stand and with -n air of superiority compounded vholly of Indignant and voluble Dostulations. attemptcfl. in relation to a single art under enquiry, to i.eHttle and besmirch the whole auction of the Commission. In nealing with the lease of Goats in, !" ,*o,unr,Mo,. ,nd CUT. of eorn.p. *.^ ,rt,' t MM oi .1 * IUO. MOJ rf councillor. ,om. council!" !" Z ££ !" ^ lht __*•' "' "L'^.T"lT' d .'J"Z.:[ .u"n ot to Council b, S h-1the Courpi) was officially notified bv the United States Authorities of the Mg Appllratiiin ConsireiYd !9. At on adjourned statutory meeting on the 20th September. 1J47. the ipplication l>% Mi Thomas for a lease of the site was HiMdercd by the Council. Although It was not on the agenda subject was introduced building; and iii| he stated that he hoped to obtain a lease of the site despite the fact that his application In 1946 had been refused. We do not accept his explanaion that he intended by the adi usement merely short term facts: his advice u> Mr. Farfan to "take the money and vote < ounclllor Mathura when %  reI '••. pending dcmoMtli .it of the General Purpose Committee relating to the wutci aipply on the site was brought ui. or consideration. He enquired %  bathea i letter had been received •-'-latins* to the site. On the Mayor. Mr. V Vidalc. replying in the f'irmative. he asked leave lo have he matter discussed. Objection s as Immediately raised by some >f the members that the subject svas not properly before the meetfig and therefore could not be I MSiilered. The Mayor ruled thai a matter could be discussed by I rtre of the Council, and this was uvan A letter was then produced havl %  ind turned out to be the applu %  .< %  .ton from Mr Thprnas. Further %  .bjecUons were taken to discussion II that meeting and It was pointed nt that in anv event the applu-alon should tlrst he waned le 'he General Purposes Committei Ihese obleetions were ignored uul the Mayor ruled that the It ..uld have been a simple and natural thing to have so informrd iha United States Authorities'in M ply to their written protest on e 31st July. 104? 11. Although he intended to .dihis obligation, a period uf proxhratelv two months ihi his attempt to dissuade Councllior Stephen from supporting the application; (ithla warning to the Mayor of rumour' ot bribery in connection with the proposed applWaUon and that It could not he dealt with at the adjourned meeting* two davs later; and id) his conduct at that meeting. 30 When Mr. Henry was glvpi evidence some fragments of -aits of importance are those presents dealt with above, and moat unneeds of portent of all, his denial of the w-.it to Mr. Farfan's office in the lompany of Mr. Tang, and what n:.ipired there. 33. We have no hesitation in accepting the evidence of Mi. Farfan and, in oarticului count ol the inducement that wiivld out to him to support Mr. Thomas's application, that is tu that Mr. Tang and Mr. %  mas vlalied him at his office ind that be was told by them •hai"Mr. Thomas would take 000 harts in Trinidad indiv* %  td., if he, Mr. Farfan, was prep.red to help and vole in favour of the lease. 34. Mr. Farfan also gave evi7&,r, by any .tnus standard, such as the moral tandard. We hope we do him no niustice by saying that wc are till a little doubtful whether he i'. an adherent of the pernicious loctrtne that "In politics anything "oes" but he certainly led us to %  leNeve. if his words mean anything that he considered that certain acts be they right oi %  mi*, must be jexcused or con•oiied because they occurred in th HtUtleal order 13. Support for that proposilion was not lacking from a few of he councillors, and, it was also .deaded that the decisions of a i ..lineal body ought not to be xamined by the cold calculations r f analytical reason for. in the nth and tumble of political life. maladministration and matters are not considered like of public duty that 4 We are quite aware of the %  .'atioii in the public mind of 'cislons which are the outcome f political wrangling but we feel ertain that the man in the street *.ill considers that: "In politics. ,principle that anything goes', unply because people are thought nt to expect any high degree of mnour in polities is grossly ciong." The promulgation and icceptance of such a principle iitv prove very convenient to some olltlclans but it is not lor a %  oliticlan to set the standard by Inch the conduct of men in the gj) Oat pise T he questionable acts and omis• ions of the Council, others iiranded them as rackets and yet %  thers indicated that nothing batter could be expected: while 'he inefficiency of the two officer' %  as too apparent to require rei lpitulation 4. These matters gained prominence at the enquiry but there was .imple evidence that knowledge of them was not con lined to the author* and actors immediate]-i nnrerned. Maladministration 5 We are not unmindful of the fact that the enquiry was directed isolated transactions over a iOd of years but a general viewhe whole of the ovidenopicture of recurrent regard snvours of an adulterated code of duty and a persistent course of conduct which appears to have been accepted as depicting standard practice. h. We hiive experienced some difficulty in sifting the evidence in order to arrive at the precise reasons for this state of affairs because corroboration in material rtspects was often absent and selfcondemnation was not to be expected, but we state a few which in our opinion are main contributj ing factors. Some of our observe| l.ons. if taken as abstract propositions may perhaps be considered si statements in regard to contro1 topics in the political dence aoout a letter dated 10th ^horc We do not Intend that they November, 1047, to Mr. E. Main,hou,a ; ** k 5> 1 "" %  They are got. fha Acting Sub-Intendant of %  >; %  ** w|'ch we consider appro"rown Lands. The letter con"1 .M f ih ^H.^ WM T to ; *nW ^virnnJS ahSsuS ,h01 !" ny ' ** Unh n ^ CCUrT .osiilon Oovernment should |ires at meetings were atlributuuichase the building from Mr „|„ „, the presence of factions in I'homaa for 00,000 .ind that oul %  >f thenef proceeds Mr Thomas •b.iuld buy shares In Trinidad In'1'islrlee Ltd.. and pay Mr. FsrJan I commission for his services. Farfan confirmed the stateCouncil. That word was used councillors in two senses When d to indicate a self-interested unscrupulous parly we agree t this statement Is an apt dosption of the situation and goes Ii.ra4 to I'IIIK bfor, lu.ipi.li. i ii,... vviMimil dr.fl ot the proooicl •ii hers he awaited n more oppor-*" atlc ''•">' had to be retracted hen ,„ ilaie end that he was no *• %  he was ponfronted beloubt aware of Ihe difficulty of '"'wily but opportunely wlUi a lotion considered Which, r >;uccesgful. would have the effect t i ei rirgllng 'he decision and conPrmed policy of the Council mad'within the previous six months Matter Revived 2R. The matter was revived in September, 10*7. and between tne 8th and the 20th of that iioUk-tatic copy of the whole %  iginal draft. The explanation of •/ the photostatlc copy came %  be made was a* follows:— Change i Altitude After the end of the meeting %  it the 20th September, 1047, id .inch the lease was approved Mr. Thomas expressed surprise inent In hit letter that he had put lar 1 y to the root of the problem: i>oalUon before both Mr "mg and Mr. Thomas. This we iwheve, and that he did so was --' %  died by Mr. Tang though i'-nied by Mr Thomas for no ap'>n*ent reason. Startling 15. We do not propose to make ".v comment on the nature of 'luproposal other than that it *vaa a startling oqe. although we :e convinced that Mr. Farfan i-garded it. as he dated, as a "-"' %  let business propositl i'hcn used without its opprobi OJS connotation as meaning merely n aroup or party then we consider that it only partly resolves It, for in the development of local government the presence and concerted action of members of a group or party and simulation of rule by party government may be difficult to avoid, and In any event it would be difficult to attribute an improper act to the mere presence uf ;i group or party in a Council. 8 The presence of factions undoubtedly caused dissension but we consider that it Is toleration 38. We now deal with the eviof. and sometimes acquiescence in dence of Mr. Stephen. He stated the perpetration of Improper acts lll.HH \i.\l\ Th* famous INGERS0LL POCKET and WRIST WATCHES Obtainable only From . "Your Jewellara" 20. Broad St. Phone 4M4 Y. 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FRIDAY, OCTOBEB 24, 1152 BARBADOS ADVOCATE Gomes Commission Report plying ;i>r the reasons set forth building:. %  the nmWu'ii idpurl. ilc ghould \ed tit $100 par month and _nd gave reliable ev,denee. S.0, o/ Ifrtd SUM*. Bu„d. ny J^S !" Town cLPSil lV iSSBr m n Kl "" m0*** , j the Attorney General. Mr M.,1from the United States Author.5?"** i,,,d ," '" %  wn,,i colm Butt, Q.C.. and Mr. R. Pol" regarding the United State* •V^mp would diiect that they 22 The reason (or our recomlonais. who appeared to ai*it the Nav > buildings at Marine Square endation thai aldermen be reCommission The Dreoaratorv ****"** that ' .nil In Ur f .a.ii,. itilm £ From page C psCHMttan Such a situateon makes §fl|g|||||Von of I'ublic affairs It quite manifest that the burgesses should be jn should be given an early oppoi I.nu Ebb tunily to decide what changes arc 15. Ag th -nquirv was hold u iriW ln th composition or I public an.i ,s much publicity Ihe present Council. was given (In some respects unduly %  ) to what transpired at Its meetings we have no doubt what iiuc 1 M) 1 „,„. m „n„,p al ^ ^'^j^srt -ja-j5 -!-._ %  *.-** ss ar!R, i ,, ^7^jrsu r s-£<~ SET I" 'I ^%  — \. aan "* ,;itmj Thomas l^JAJ"""* •*•* "'^J"^" .-.follows on our conclusion that , ,. rnmm ,._,' „.!.^f Jand asking that lh,<]|scofrl|nuuc Aldrrmar. Henry referred to !" Some measure of restraint or some '"Jf,„. ih C ommu *'on WM P • r ih* wt~.„ 0 ni i„ IK. -,.. sunding Order No. 44 which set* r UM i had consistently btld the view that the building, not o th.*. ''""in.Square but elsewhere, then by the American poUtte has faUei rbb and wayward -n effort should b.made to raise of „ l hc f S un 1 -, rtK tt. To adopt further language 2S ?H r .i£ n f • which we cons.de, very approcm me..dot ions are aimed priate "We have to recover that £ m ^. ". Ti. "" " .5 p F"rrn sense of personal obligation on ""-oughout the enquiry, that •he part of the voter and that been but for *hich such by the City Engineer during the War, should sutlon o! which hostilities and the sites restored nought Io l,u '"' oiigin.il condition. He ab<> reopen discussion on a matter '£<*rrcd to an application by Mr. decided by the Council within the "***" which was dealt with bj ni > "*ioin sense of public trust on the part £*,!£*'" \r" V!.' or the rttctc ofndai which Si ^"E'vnr* ft ^ 'lll\ .t'-i I.,V,I ba Council 1M7. wlu'n Ihoroughnaaa with *1*|"*L2K""'_ Tl Ac,l " Tow •* .. txurm. ^Pr S0£k."!Z M^T J- onn d " M "" %  1 l > 1 "" •>! •*" %  h hp ""'*•• r''"ci his 1 ,b,.-,ti„„ "" dMlrton u taken tluit ny thrtHifhnut the enquiry, that u tn •" p 'r*", ,. .^T' „ C Council in June. 1WT h." nrix-ediin: which was beI'U'cha.er %  •! the InilMing wonII y. the atolutc fubKrvience ot Adams^ the Sccretarj of the Comcommunicated lo Utl ,,„ „,. 1M ta he .,llowe,l „x months as from i ; Town Clerk and the City miaaion and to MlM L. Nell, our namc „. ,„., lh .wrcha^ of the ,„ h 'j'""' July, IM7. In remov. the buildinj u i^_ -' ""t !2 f!." 0 '?""" "dlypUt for the bulldln, in question wa. required „..,,„ ,„.,„ ,, x „„„•,.,.,""• and lo more ttoc sile lo its meanln, to political life. Those JJ" M !" 3*~ m !" ho 'J fnc.ent wa, In which they per,„ remove the buildln, „d realorc „„,„ „,.,, „hiv" ,,,c, fel ,mrrj^.re entrusted with J"""* U 1 '^^Jf, "' S,tcTrS E LOMES >^^ lx mwih. from 1st July. 1M7 u,,l „,, n ,, ,.,,d restore Ihe .11, ,u,. w '' %  ?" Alrmjn for tb* UN grave resibeen select,-.' not for self-enrichment, but for cuiNCK-ntious public %  ervioe." 18. That sums up in a few words ^Jrtstipl>'which every right S. E. COMES. poration respectively That drChoirttuir cumstance Is a main contributing j^ s t ROPER factor lo many of their disservices, n LINDSAY* GRANT and especially so in regard to the 3rd May 0 j 2 former. In his capacity as treasurer his position may not be an Aperid.x to enter into an agreement with In >lv ,,,„.„„ f ,,„ u lst j u j } : ]9A ~ of the building %  I the necessary safenuards to tarrj They could not m llic teeth of that K turned down, out the above conditions. resolution dltcun the appli. .lion hc conim tee ah" As we were also informed that of Mr. Thomas. Furthei h.. ursstrl tlul Ml T '>oi.ia, had been removal of the that disr..<.i nn ~. .K' -TliT !" >o i the question of the i th v lu.liimg at demand such lapse* HI. 1. be tolerated to some Xt< i What cannot heexcused ts U ^.rd or abandonment Ot 0MS4 ;1IS 17. The irivancesatni of local .""rnere^ ^rWhT'oTlhe' SjZEZ Of-SPA.N C1TV COUNCIL I he Is not Corporahut owes a duty and standa „*• "" adjourned Ordinary „i a Bduciary relation to Ihe hurMeelm, held at the Town Hall, •ovemmmt m the Lolony 1. > ^, „ u m e„.bl. PBrl-o'-Spain. on Monday. 2th "22^ I l 3f C, •"": ", pr ,; ' ]urtadlel*on ol a court of September. 1M7. eaBOkV ID ssronn chiinncls it Preaenl S l ^s^w t to'a1ruTe-ouke Can More Defection* 24. We now enumerate other *-w *^*a _*_'" % %  J *!*?**&* letter in conmvtio 12 10 One tl.iv The ('in,,,.,; Uh k i..rn. On Ov 11 in .ptlon .it -j o'rtooh, %  Ml. ''.!> the Mayor (COUD18 We have therefore given B 7r*ffi. tts gsr sr^s-nB ^ much thou.1 %  mendgtlons we thit purport .7"e^m's! defections which were revealed ., Deputy-Mayor (Councillor the should make for with respect to matters to which Hon. A. Gomes). greater care and attention shoulil Aldermeti: be given:^ B. Thomas, G. Cabral. V. Dissolution 1. We IM.M-risidered the m delay In the preparation of "^"I"? l Q ev r d K ' J %Si ihe estimates and thrlr sub": w Tan . ^ G Thomas. Charles mission to the Governor In "" ... Council* Minutes of the next suc(c) mention In the minutes "* d n **** t Br T a ,he Minutes of the arrival of councillors Irom P"**" ,8 to 20. after a meeting has Moved b, th. Mayo, seconded ~n.~6^S^U^Tl by •'• lo Mr. L. <1 anolher application with regard lo !" !" • "l *e matter .He „t Marine Square on sshi, ,, a part of Marine Square *"" .* !" nlMKg^Sta|SS Aldcman Henry polnUM ou, !S SS STSi S-S """ '*" tT^£^&^ extract taken from under Standing Orders they ,....l,i ( Hinetllo. Ward in support of Council!., Copy B" referred to on page 18 not be permitted to discuss the his motion pointed out that Ihr Ihe „„,.,„., or Minutes of 29th September, applications that morning. Council had nut decided within .. r „ lin( i s 1847 (morning Session) are hereto The Mayor stated that there wa> 'h* pn-vlons sin months not lo annexed and marked 'X'. another Standing Order whUli g*i il kassig ol the stlg in QU Report Of The General aid that no new dOCUingftl Ml the %  pgdieatlogf by Mr Services Committee Io %  d 1 cusscd without Ihe Imvi with In June. 1947 The Mayor presented the fol' the Council In the circumwag another matter altugfthe PAGE SEVI \ %  the tollOV the approval of the GovJhe spiriting away of ex-councllernor lor Wa d * ot the Colony was f We consider that the dishot established. i made at thg enquiry have I not onlv loss of public conArknowIedRmenl* the Council but also I. We thank those members of public concern and conthe public who appeared before 11 • The notion did MM with any dOei-inn ..f the ODUneU taken within tin prMdlni %  %  DBOBUW. (1) 'i hiremoval <.f the building gfouM i. uit in UM ill.ii Mtibelli,; II %  i mcetinK place fur idle i-i %  %  BBS, (.Ii The rent of the buildup f.n %  would tend to alleviate tho hou III shortage. (4) Th ( Count il would, if thev' panted the appUi aUoi I Ivg lulu h needed i the Council could read the letter* tlon of so substantial a building. Councillor •slnwndoi If they wished, but they could not He agreed that the application for the motion. He stated I discuss it in the face of the dircca leas* should be granted but he forry he araj unable to bg pre i Counctllors: live of the Council In July, 1947. felt that the rental should be fixed %  the morning se-.si.on of the N. II. Alcantara, F. T. Farfan, At this stage, tho Town Clerk Bt $100 pel month. Ilc also pointCouncil, when tin A. E. James. R. Quevedo, N. W. read a letter dated—Septcnibc. ed out (hat the Council would lw> biought forward in such n rush I Tang, Charles Ward. 1947, from Mr. L. G. Thomas apderiving rales and taxe-. from the gj on p „ r g the .suspension of Standing lowing Report of the General PurB ** n< -'. nc added, It was for mempermission in den uh >, ti„ bi.ii.iOrder*; and poses Comml'tee. and moved that **", l0 "W whether or nol the> mg aftc ,, given time. (01 the safe keeping of docuthe same be received. would sive leave. councillor Alcantara staled ihnt ments. .Seconded by Alderman Henry, Councillor Ward .moved that he gecondad UM motion because ake no further comment and agreed to. the Council grant leave to heat he did not think it conducive to and discuss the mutter. the Deal [ntaraot of th* City that al Purposes Councillor Alcantara seconded, the buUdlnf IsMHusI bg ihrnolishe., September Tne Ma >" or P"t the motion to and^ the site revert to its original 'X' Report of the Gem Committee of 12th 1947. Present kept in office; and because they had disappeared \947. the House and declared it carried, rnstghtly condition mat Iulure ( ''P/ !" ul *r,' f Whether that had any connection Present9 members voting for It, 2 against Councillor Herrera slated he did llaniUvtdSaW^Tal witn lhc disappearance of witHis Worship the Mayor (Couna "d one not voting. Dpi believe it would be the rlghl Eorporatlon be^subject to "eases and what appeared to be rlllor V. R. Vldale. In ihe Chatr). Alderman Henry observed that thing to do to insist on the demoh-4lrfi-rtnan. V. E. Henry. Ii s casv to keep surfaces clean and shining — jusi girc them a quu k tub m-cr with a little Vim on a damp doth every day. Vim is so smooth — ii won't scratch — leaves all surface polished and bright. Use Vim for all your ckaning— it's MI quick and easy io use. VIM cleans everything smoothly and speedily II • Itnv in Hlwh ... II II 1 PAIIRICS KXPANDID MKTAI. 1". IS". 2" WAI.I.AIIA l-OSTS IIAIIII WIKHI IHISTS rllAH W(Mil> ,r 3l)c. par tl. CEIIAH BOARDS ,i 48,ppr ft, lllllt-ll IIDAIIDS HCD CEDAII SIIIN<;I.ES. %  "•ft? T. HERBERT LTD -~'por.d lull III I Is NT. and MAGAZINE LAN* New green toothpaste with Nature's miracle (HLOROPHYLL! %  THE MAKERS OF PEPSODENT Cfeait Fresh Mouth Mi A NEW miraclc toolhpastc-e;rn Mcniasol — now gives you safer teeth and gums, and a clean, fresh mouth and breaih all day. It doesn't jusl "cover up" mouth iniours for minutes; it destroys them completely. Mcniasol is green because it contains active chlorophyll . Nature's way of turning the life-giving energy of the sun into health and freshness. Nature's own freshness comes from chlorophyll. When you walk in the green countryside, all around you there's ihe pure, pleasant atmosphere ot health. That is due to chlorophyll! No wonder chlorophyll works such marvels in your mouth! 1 i rsi. the active green chlorophyll in Mcntasol stopsmouth odours,prevents their return for hours Then it helpstobuildfirm,healthy gums. And it fights tooth-destroymg acids ... Mcntasol gives you these advantages. Try the minty freshness of this green toothpaste that makes teeth so brilliantly white! You'll love Mcntasol . and you'll safeguard your whole mouth! AUulh odtun dc fro red.' Smlmr i*(h I WHAT IS CHLOROPHYLL ? ririmu**)! Is Natara'i **-• II to ar— hi all grwa., sswrfssj Bhtoss. . gttes Hum lUMia—iH •-* aMalMi. i 1 hn —fitant avhuiri %  >*•• rfc* ru— trflMt Ha rr*km! Il dtitropt %  g mm Imsl o*ouw. UMUSMT* cWoroHN wgf ketf torn aMBtk sag brralk lrsah,w! Afkrr f yrv% af Untoss npttimt* labarsurtoa ludflji* a satuHa wur-iolmtU form of dOafoaftT* ••** eaa ha by fh* aassaa sistna nn llsi i n m iliai %  aioropkflllai. Mtataaol I* ator>4 "I* rwwic*! Th* odour-mr/i-f -' IBS | •Hi ut*d lo iril >W1 ami • §m h-rulh /*i< U 'i §fim • • W*k Mtmatol. 9t Ww u*plra**ni momih drodoraxl d.nvi>iJ tl KWII. irlMimdmv \fyHtmWtl mlhr f"-.> I,I,ir. itJutrt month 'i %  •* %  mmmrgermi ihniimmr if" mnli. 5*. >.m hat a ima-mm' tmltmard' t*f*ttmlorr lt'i\ hat* thoin ihui Af'" • lo'Uhpaiti i-grrt you ihn frHfcHOm And Ktrrraial makti ittih \pmkl trd iha .• %  i.liMe ; jMr. Urniiwl gi*cs you i Kin((Cl Of Nsttt dMsmpbytll Nature's green (HLOROPHYLL toothpaste! XMSMM1-S1



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PAGE EIGHT CLASSIFIED ADS. IILLPHONE UO| FOK nni HOTSK.S IAKCF •> n nayrpikj l 3uM I %  Tk* Cran* Tot at i M *. I OH SALE ALTOMOTIVK H 11,111.1.1... Minn. I1.M0 milH. mj uses AMI. Tndd* fe-fii or . rketj %  • %  %  %  AMADOi Al>\ OCAT* HKIH SALES RFAI, KSTATE AUCTION ... isti v-i r !" c •""•< *MH HI <".. I <--!* %  Appl> W S I 11 111 II IMMII I, l-*OK MOIST l.mUM. HI !.*, Cnaat bcdrooma, i Bn-aat caJiai On ffcpprli .pt.li TW hfrMNUiiv-. Th. Urltuti Council. ifpilrparl, iVpd SB IP St-n WAITED DWVBHs AND rONDurroRa wanird App. BMM< II... DwwnT AMOTI.. t-oo. -tpr. tiraai M 1,1 M In „IaA.DY YIHIRC lad. "HllUr" Maap.pl al*-r1. !" -ad ch.Wr. Ihr r*,u>liv A-..I Cl| Cti MISCELLANEOUS Ml" TH HI M FURNISH Kit HOVII family. fi.rnlafipd 3 brdroorna for ont ... ,_ „ „ Savannah arra prpfnrpd lung Mai U, I.. ill. -t Will any iti :-PI cAniAi. io IMVSST nvral up to I19JM In partjitTan., I i'i buuuaaa BBlaUi fall* 4. B> B T C.o Advutala AflM. VI It H i, •%rttia,.l*d and apr-v paint-d ioal " r>i.l POM M ofiyp H IP M CAH-( %  m 1MB Tiiomph %  •ytowf at On* ill IM1 AuMin A-PS Both in Al tnidi.Mi.,. for aannaUri apply CHFUIFA IAGK m> ijum-rn i> ,.i IMP LIVESTOCK if Blart Ba4l> la,.. Brlto Croaa. niarkm. fo i-nonr m M; Wiltahirr Black Pi How St M 10 a—In BrltUh Alpln* "' I" SB* M IP XI Jr. MECHANICAL UNDER THE SILVER HAMMER l>N TUESDAY SUfl 'end If ,,ol coflclidM, W*dn*U, SM. b> orrtrr of J* I-**rB Knl,*,! na M „ *,,.,, ShS!l.**. W,,, l U '**" %  *"">• .1 t-irnon Slralhrlyda which Inrlwdaa J^T"*? ""^S T '**'••>•• "> oundi. Urf* S*t*sa •!*. apllna cuahiona. Mlrd HalatanaJ. MWTU Chairs UprlSM anal Ann Chain. CabttM: sioVftnard Tea Troll**. Liquor Clawfpol UP| Old Ma***.,,. '"•""a. Or andIkuah LMMP, MACIMNF A Irndl. Mar (Una Trim. % %  dBaablp Apply to Mm O Hall OMana lAd QovrrnrorBl Hill OLIVETTI V 4> T-; —.It.,, A..r •nip rrom Mock in • htiha ap WANTID TO aiftT OB hi V VUBKHJR in n.n.,i !" n ^nd (u datall. Box Q C/o Advocai. Advu "•W i io si a„ HI;H.M>\\I Tha putMH aap hanby M.vaoH raatxwMiljif („ .. • 1M. ronirppunc an* drhi „. p>i,u i my niM kaalaaa b. %  IfnM by oar curroiu) ORI^NIIO PARMB, % %  H rfUfaj >i Andrr. M i.i an -j„ I'lJILK NOI || KS LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE tTmAfjirma. AM. UHOVAH Th, appllaaai— af V„ punjl,,.., M U***, !.*• r*a. app 1MB. aranlad lo lUnld Ma|>p In nr.p of P board .,.d WBflr .hop ,,u*cl I" %  rppMkmcr at Park Bnaal. fauah Hall Si •Drhaal, for pamilawan lu rrmuvr d '-' %  *ll and pondti, buTlal.if Xliul. >t Chalky Mount "."?—. '"* Mld ,J * r| - al mirh lap* %  lrarrltM-,1 (.rrmlM-. OlUd lhl> 11.1 day of OclobpT l*Bt T„ j it rnwAKUH, bq PPIIM M .in,..i.Dm -r % %  VKRNUN HIADm N. Thl. application wlu^b^mildatpd „t ., |.itinai court lo br hPid al PBUro tuu-l. Dlairlci ~W u,, Tuaadav. in* *lli day of Novambrr l*Pa\ a|' || orlppp. p m J H IDWAhUP. I'nhc. Madl Lid Dial Ml) r • %  ? t f i. MISCELLANEOUS i LAHK s CH>IJl KID EVKNIKr. 'UIOKfl in**. Mir V Th-** child %  %  wrtw %  > M C a APM l I)rill > si h INDIAN CORN-Mjap par buabPl P| rtv MMnppari CKIten and rtaharpan Kanlati. m Th'.„,a. IP IP M kj "OTATrir* Hutch Pptploaa %  rr Mi pat bap Clitlrm Crwic Id Palnprllo Rlrrat H | IS M.'i,'.' Hi:-* i .,.. u. II.II. t'lai'.ph, %  "dtand". IPPdlpP. Dally NpwPMMr |53 %  irlvina in tMrhpdo. by Air —I, a l. !) %  > %  -rtar piibllcaUan In lAndon Contaol Un aia e/o Advprpu 'Ut. Ltd UKPJ P.praartiUlla T) Mil CAM HUXalAN UKNX I HTATT Cpl VM1 Modal. S.Mk ml ia. only W. kpw. **prr.d Hi aamapl u M i* pall Oat ..•hi.Jp which kpp Ik* fraou and dapa. ..pad. by Auataaai PA CaK %  Gaiadp apt d*y Ik* pgT |l ll|| | i, •* A ^iJ u. i Ik—an. FRIDAY, OCTOBER U. M2 CHANORY SALE ruM u**d %  ^ B SL^"'2 %  _•W %  ta -t un for aak. M ih. %  i|||li,H x^^rf^^ 3'S !=: a. a" atrars ip/aiaw Rppi.liaUaPi OfApP. %  i^iNTirT 0TJfTA %  NA MAY OAL -MU AIAp OAI*: or orWbui , HAMPDCN A^Mna^U. CVHB .J-w. Hap of Cl "WJT AJX THAT 1-ARAOpS VIEW • p. '^"•t* baloo*,, Cb u ir m Oil. .tend 'a kundrad and t-.* hutii-at and b-und.naj takpf nd .harpo* pp* aaaM Amu Tfc* Oprripon I m T.blr IV.:.-1 Watai Taklr ,apol p .11 rhr-latdaid. Uh*te lathrra Clock Swlna Cnuch •--kppi pnd Chair. rw,,.. Varuuni Cbaanar. Braaa JardAao •nod niaaa and China Re I of (i T,Dto OJJPk; DliMan pnd Tap S*rvtc*a ird ih-iappa. fAiraaup and VppHy ilxra. Slntlte faad at ppda and aprMda •UM -nd %  H .I J TPM*P, U T WaJfcv ..,d. all In Mahopjpny Badroon. R„Hr in Halm Wood tingle kanmpnp rllBMB -nd Barm... H. !" ribh, .n 4 Dan Btepp Mpil'aaa^. C.da. Hook Sh-U. M T Pnd Zhlc Top Tablaa. LATdaap, Kilchan KIHaal t and I Burner Valor 1>H Muvaa. L*rg* and Small Oven*, Ulapa I. matdalnr in paalact wurklnp; older lamia. K lichen Ulen.lla. Eire trie ... k-m. kroD. TjlUe Lamp* Ate Lawn Mower, fla-drn Toota. Bookt, Inludlnp a Poypra and Schom HlaWrtea if Barbadoa. ateo Setiool and Rpferencr Hook, and man. olha-r Iteana of latpreu Sale I1.1P o'clock Tprmp ca.h %  BANKER. TROntAN fit.. I M— an SEA AND AIR TRAFFIC In C.rliilc Bay "•I D Cunndetil I i Utac. Lady Hllver r^ranca r m m, n ..IIP II Davippter, M.,l. iPtelU Viol*. Vpppola: T B Had. AKRIVAI f. plaa I %  -1 —.7Z.r~^.— ? m !" ammowipj on a PPPPP Si JTZJ**? 1 %  u " "in*rl> f •'* Am 2*_f_ %  ?* Crate aa* a* th* public road i-jppTL^La^7 **^ *hT*"ter wiu. the me.ruapea. dwellln-f*akZan^T 2^*^+ m * u •**— -** vary %  r*ful aa to what thaY/ did. Th* Councillor tpTaeajd ihr history of tha ailr for tb*> parlod hoginnini with the war to the present to show how tha Council hud at all time* held to the view thai the building there would have to w reeBoved and tha site. to its orifpuaj condlUon, and informed rnaenbars that it was only by reaaoti of the Council'* decUlon that Thomas had been able to arcure the hulWlna; at demolition Uia>. Hiunderstood that the sun. paid by Mr. Thomas waa pl.030. U W.I. currency, and a condiuoi: ROYAL NETHERLANDS STEAMSHIP CO. kAaXtNu rBOM i raorc at s iTkvrroR nih op w h.r, itaa M 8 HESTIA. MOi Ortefarr. 1PM %  a COTTICA. II*I oetobpr. ItH U s xmntu lath Nui'iiabi.. Ikta %  a Boaxoor MM TTHH %  BUIM. IPH •AJXpio *•> inapn K a iiBAMfapyiAJj. M -%  1 r uaa %  .*I1IM. TO ItlHIUAP PABAMABIBO AJf* BftmSH I.IIANA BaNAAW. BWi Octobpr. 1PM u %  aTBfrroB am Oi t akw. uaa r. .5 frrncA i'ih Nov—haf. UM M 1 NEftTUaL HUl Novpmkar. IPkt •AHJM. TO TKINIDAU E1KA. BHh Octobpr. IBM A %  •• *' %  BWI. BCUOONKB OWM.H. AfaBOClATtON 'IMC i CcailfBH Phone MT l*s*T PRICT a* •^^trPPt ap-Tu^nS rj"— — ••" %  • "mWr. IM Bo.i Hi-* air*.. — I, "i ML** i j_"*""""_ fc "—'" -• "*-*•'|Q( the purchaaa was he would rcht^^'TiJrr -—" '-S-S' ^2^* ^ \'£i£' ln ' " building within 120 day. Me could not see m the carcum Canadian National Steamships THIRD!.Y AA.L TNA I •""—U ,/oay-on* papch*., and ateo atpki —a pubno read >lluaU In or naa/ i Ute apid ppplPh of Chrkpt Cnurdh In iwuaT ~iis7p7riZar^w tan "" r "'" * ^ M and en iha public rapd Z ,, at al Lull ~l,rt l.v.l.d..^uuma MOBIMBOIIND m-srr nuci SJOW DATF Of SAl* .T tnr Amov%.Hxtmnt*v> r*ckpfni TUB Tin Wopanakar IBM ^*J i '* -, •• 1 inoaryHUB | W N i \i LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE iTBANHlia IllMUl VteW. St 1, Of Liquor LArpnaa No IJT of IPS* eranlpp] U AmuFord. Bkop Hill. SI Thmnai. in raarpect of a bwutted .... %  hifp jiiM-hcl |., a doubla in.,f#d h." %  -i Orand vi !" SI Thomaa. I upp B al wch la t 11 AK1AP AM Police Maal>t>..le, Dial l( N.B Thi. application wTi fa ... _i bp hpk le ytn Novprabpr, IBU -t n o'ciork I Police Cmm. DIMIHI 1( J B. 1DWAW>K. PullcMadUtrate. IDat. st it atEXAMINATION RESULTS __ • From pace 5 Uilh,iuH>n. O. H. (i-rench, Spanish). ^ i Yarde. J. K (fu?l. Knowledgr I Lailln, French). Private (JandldBlaa: Archer, A. B. (History) Nlchola. S. I. K, (EuAjliiihi Hetd. C. G. (En£liah). Slsnett, J. D. (Luun, Pure Malha). Waiihe. D. A, (Krutiish. Hisiory, l-'tin, pun Matiit). ADVANCED ll\n PAR UST BUrtaPdlaB Krenmi irutitui*; Prewod, J. H. (Pure Maths) ..*i... <-,.i I lon. fiom Trinidad Wallace Conalaiiad <•*„... Aaaorlabon — T Larlbpa* IM lona. frocn Qp . %  .. under CautaJn B Gumba CP ipnad io the Brhoonor Owncra Ad lBloan. S S Trya. t.kPb lani, frapp St LurlP ndrr Captain O Kane.lnam Conaianed • DC.-ia A Co Ltd Henrietta i. H Seawell M.PH V,, B? RU m m.U.d Oatabaa SI I.,..,, !.*. K. Sellte'. S Wo-bum. V K u fl*"*M Ollinevrr. %f H, M D* K„.,. n S KMBI. C ADVOCATE STATIONERY UkkTSTOM.. UASTIKOa Juat the inur thi>p in tna ulatP wkprp th* Be.l Bo.0... SlaUonary and Xinaa Card) are now ta show. i,-,., rripidad: on -.,* i klainaoL K. Atainpol. C Sharpe l-.n..#au. Y lumpen n JohT^^ Hi. i.nlmii. Dr H HieH.lei ._*alle. J Crook a. V ONetll. Barrow, K. J. Chernlatry (com-l2* i_^?, v .'* on .'. J ..*:^ m '"!. Hum, Plata exempU < lt and < .i of l ilon IiwUtuL. Ilrnnrlmrirt of TechBOlogy t:i.E Only) PASS LIST Harnado* Kvpnlog Inatttete; BUckman. K. O. 1st Class Morris, H. C. lpi clasa Wtlwaii. I R. 2nd Class 23rd Octobrr, 1852. M.MilUn. M Mckfluan. U Upprntn. id D Ch.nt. C While Mpl. Prp*. H fclct'.nn. I. tacCaim, r O.raon. Crpipveil E Bkkar. wuamina >. tnlliaa UM. Vkrd F Bonny J Blackbon eade. L Bampaon C t rat Btaaaaai oat es. ~ Luelf. 7. 8* %  I M I>. rrank C. Alexla, youitg <.iM.diaii medico who has barn IBBB?" It Vlnc t "V' !" alrne i37. arrived in the colony last wek on transfer to the Coioiiv Ifoapital -laiT as Medical Suuermlendenl. He will also stand in ZJX" %  " Sur Mr. Elvin Si. Bernard, form"ly of the Legal Dapart m .i,i here and up lo recently acting c ro-pn Attorney, Dominica, was miranaii here last week en route to British Honduras to take up appointment a* Crown At"rney Mr. St. Bernard was ear. un a primary school teacher, i<'in-iuishing the Head Teachersrun efa. *, V St ^^d's Angllr;.! ^**ool when he left for RaapVwrJ i" read for the Bar. ""^""^ First sitimg of the LagUlauv.< uuncil after the mid-year re' %  ' %  will lake place on October 29. Considerable pubuc mtereat h.is been aroused following arrest and charge of a Public Works iH'parunent clerk with fraudulent conversion and subeequeat arrests as well as rumours of further police action following the preliminary examination in the MjgistraieN Court. This inutnat has been stimulated by the fact that only a few months ago there was an investigation by Commission appointed by the Governor Into alleged irregularities in the Department and the Heport. while submitted to Covniment. has not yat bean rtianoaa how the Council could grant a lease to air. Thomas, hav-1 c *^tj ing regard to al) the cifCuDistances! ,-aa*. Of the Crtk*. I anpdipa rrater. Alfaernsan Cabral briefly re-l viewed that fgcU of the matter' and stated that be could not agree; to the motion for Buany reasons j which were nrell known to the members of UM CounciL Councillor Farfan expre&aed his jeenarnt with the vifn Councillor Almandoi. H also opooaed the moUon. Tha Deputy-Mayor Councillor GOOMS, supported die motion. He ielt that a period of five years waa not long enough to provide Mr. Thomas with the sort of security necessary In the circumstances. The mover and seconder of the motion at this stage agreed thai %  he motion should be amended to include the grant to the applicant of an option of renewal of the -*ae for a further term of five years to take effect on the expiration of the first live years Councillor Mathura *uga;este St Nov St Nov it Dae SO Dec ArHvea SPIIP riarbadai Bppppd** Ti i• St Or I T Mav I Bov ArHn I Nov II Nov I DPC SDae. SI DPO. • Nov. II Nov 4 DPC t DP* It DPC GARDINER AUSTIN A CO., LTD.— Apeau. s.s. CT'TRANSATLANTIQUE SOUTHBOUND S3. "COLOUBIC" Sailing November 5th 1H52. CalUnj at Trinidad, La Guaira. Curacao, Cartagena, Jamaica DE CRASSE" Sailing November 28th. 195J. Calling at TilNidad. La Uuaiia, Curacao, Cartagena and Jamaica. NOBTHBOUND "C01X>MBIE" Sailing IGili November IB&1. Calling a, Martinique. Guadaloupe, England and f-rance. "DE GHASSE" Sailing 8tli December 1952. Calling at England and Prance ACCEPTING PASBENGER8. CARGO, MAIL R. M. 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c PAGE TEN BARBADOS ADVOCATE FRIDAY OCTOBER 24. 1M BARBADOS TEAMS TROUNCE TRINIDAD Homesters Outplay Visitors In 2 Games TIIIXIIIAII TEAM BOTH Barbados Water Fob .-earns scored deciaiv H the inuring Trinidad teams at the Aquatinight The local ladies' team had everything • %  :. %  own way and won by four goals to nil, and in a second match, the local men's learn secured .1 win by a 5—2 margin. mbtaMng alcawllmlj well, and ICT scot a twfl h i.w aoid shots in ihu • For Birbadn*" men's tram. rly *tage. :'-d two, and quick %  Charlie Eve.in, -.on to Barbados did voi Rex &-katcin one each. IC'P ihe Iceoli ;*the triila-i id T S muel i>rrfl fin bBcrt-i wort y morolag to take part In the Intercolonial ShooUnic Meeting ot the BKA Skipp-i Rlchard*on hold the Anchor Cup which Trinidad woo two yar ago 1 The Ladle* player* RIFLE TEAMS ARRIVE reach, n the bull SEAWELL, Oct 23—The teams from British Guiana lK foie Hml wlt Ih and Trinidad which will take part in the Intercolonial Prize wo> Mr P u H i ng and "air. M. Majatlna of the Barbados Riffle Association arrived yester A Wight the others have lou.ed tin day The Trinidad team erne In hy B.W.I.A. during th^^^P^^n to BG morninR while the BG team arrived in the afternoon. wl|h the Anchor Cup wh i C l. we At the airport to meet the Trim4. Bton Crook* who will rriv<. won here in 4V\ he said. The P..11CNumber One Shooting Te.m wun the Falling' Plate Competition at Ih. I ment Pine Range yesterday after. DOOM in the excellent time of 30 • 'cenda. Thi* competit'pn WHS oca Of th.event* neld by the; Harbados Rifle Association in their Jh*tinK Competition. The victorious Police team was eonrpriied of Cpl. Moi I Knight. Cpl. Wulcott and Polir? Constable Bollock. •v entered fur the OUTpetition and the Regiment *enl t\s.. ttamj. two came from the Police, three from the Cadet Corp* and two from the llifle Association. The conditions were Ideal with v. ry little wind blowing -.^ros.' th target. This competition took • the '•00 yard* bull and i remarked Vow < l-arly the target was lu them When the teams were called upon to shoot, each team nad to run from 300 yards to the 200 yard* butt and every mar. was given ten rounds of amnninitun and each team had four plates to knock oowii. In the final* the Police team had four members of the B.R.A. ,. pains! them but the Constables exception Ol moved elf quickly and In 30 sec->,ids time they had shot town four plates required for ctory. r* up again** .hem. the F, rh.idos tea—, played mare ag |T4 >-iw : %  rul fcs-eand inor exciting Trtnlirt.e hc.?'l.n** t e r own wen. in*.' ir-i-gli ; nd the strategy of allow•he IIK an epp ncm to recc.\.the 0j ttii orfraiive. ball irom a pass unmolested and .,<.,tbaii a.'Jen before he could turn in Iho coring were weak, v liter prcperly. kn-ck It out of Bronda Fostin scored the lira* ins h'nd. was helping them well. iM.dos when she skillrec was able to bring the I quakly gathered "ie acore even when, after makiruj a d-ri ,„ m WP^ membar. <-r the next week. The team was aa follows: Mr D %  %  g%  ?-_ I?;... k :.midad b.itk whiorn deal thi QSIVe the ball which was knocked j o.nncll. M II E.. Major A S man of the British West Indies toy, Mr V. B. Sl_ Aubyn Mr la hi* direction by a_ Trinidad Wnrren. Mr. K. 8. Yearwoou. udle_Association and captain of %  J. "*'?" • l h r r .. Blsley. and Mr U A •-M >y^ ^" -.r--CHKISWWCWW Gin WRAPPINGS Windward Islands ,i B oul. back. With a sweep of the arm t ",'pi' r 'j! R" JurUiiii."Mr'*T.' A. L. II..W I •%  .m vvhu-h visited Bialcv Hinu Thli i.'"al seemed to add imilhin the Barhndon team and ful shot. %  outawan thall opiwnents At hglf time the score was i tiiy instances and the game one each. f.i.; turn. A minute aad a The meeting started on Wednes m Jean Chandler took a Barldo look Uw WUaUvoJn dfl> Qjt 3,,^,,^ lh( Barbado. i.ftei liltinn the second half and passing wn? |ram i{ _. lU „ hrv ,, for nr Trumpet I .body clear out of th. '*" Two WfcPgM % %  J**J*! Cup. This Meet wal 1 half, due the lead. Shortly •. W* three teams ST* &T%E h As Dr. E Richardson. Opta team, and to their hoTrinldadians seemed to be of the Trinidad team walked from SmT-2? uLl J. recctved a US !" ore noticeably than the the plane with the Anchor CUP ... going. Jean receded a x ^ aecon(I halI hugged snugly under-hls arm. he paas when quite unmarked and SSlSjual aftlw the middle mmmented: %  We going to take comparative long r.mgr ^ST^J^LJirl^ £X" back to Trinidad", but put ii.rb.idos three up. jf Iho Secoiid ludf. tharlk '^ ti >" or noarb „,„. .., wWh llOWOd the sw-n, down from, the bael. 1m 5ymP athise with vu i *f*i J" l^S^ttmSSm or R,ehardaon said: 'Mv team trtt .nis ine val thi, TS forwards. Evelyn took opportunnope9 n carrv back the Anchor Trinidad ladies made number to Pt In the fourth for BarCu p which two years ago we won of long distance uttompl*. The btdo '" Barbados. hopped harmlessA mmute ^.^ Trinidad gainHe said that there won ftfO" the goal keeper ., Mwcmn Ul Iniereolon.al Shootv.ho rarely had to make much %  to save a good ti\ I lei exhibited Rreit degree of stamina about three minutes before the end of Along with him were Measra. C *'8 nl and Mr W. S^ Cyril wte i^umaden. V O'Neill. F Bello. O. represented B.C. in 1M7 ooth on C Hmmmy and C Wilson, their flrat visit to Barbados Thai will take part In the comThey were met at the Airport petition, Mr. Lumsden wan ae"y Capt. J. R. Jordan. Capt. C ompanied bv hU wife. \ R. E Warner, Mr. F. D. Davis. The team wjtl be staying aid Ml 'T A '* Roberts and Mi L i) W Hasael The B.G. team are also guests the Aquatic Court. F>om Our Own Cofirsp-mdenl > ST. KITT6. Oct. 23. The second Test match between the Windward Islands and leeward Islands, commenced to-day. Windward Islands won the toss and batted lint. At 4.30 p.m. the score was 11 for 3. Neverson niadje 71 runs. Ilolrv Watrlie-s LOUIS L. BAYLE Y Bolton Laae ^"" %  ed their second goal as .—— if a frat throw. '"g on ha With sbout three minutes i..or Norrnan 1( ', play. Bannlabtr was called out of Laseelles. the watei by the referee, for a 0th „ members of the team are tenm. W. Man Son Hnig. RUDtar and Charles The British Guiana Hide team! arrived last night by B.W.I.A. (light from British Guiana. The spectamembers all looked in good' >>> good splrluu" Mr. J. A. Sutton. Captain of the team, told the "Advocate' "We have an experienced team and will give a good account of 'mi-selves. We took home the \ Anchor Cup from Barbados on cur last visil. Me said that all the nu-mbcrs lttV represented British Guiana ma advantage. %  %  > mme when, alone In the Trlnld d prMiM ,„ ,„ ,„„,., ,„ V < foul and with this srnre, but Barbados kept up the attack instead of defending and Hex Eckstein scored the. fifth goal after a masterpiece of comation in which the ball came from Inc. Cricket Healer MMM iks, Capt K Gittens an Trinidad goal area, the back were fighting tn offset anoth god Twic,. the ball was knocked out of her hand, the second time •„Tn w7h.V''wh'e n n,hc b,n ,lcl ' wWc ,h b "' '•"" On October 0. Harold Dolton. Ml the second tln.e. .he '•" %  ' '" ^'"" """ then to 5 2-ea,-old masseur to K k ami neck swim with lllm,e County Creket Club sailed MCh It llrsl The l-n. wr. Jamaica lie BIK-S with r %  McKlnnon. P Pitcher. J (-haiHlt#r. "I aginis it Will %  i ,, P. riupatrlcfc and B Hunt* Daltoii has been masseui to ,_.... *"* !" en . Tri>ia.4-ai i J uatriin* .Capt i c Essex for three years and has A Trinidadlan forward reached am. T a*muri. A *. %  % %  J ..,..,, ,. ..,., ., ,,,.,-!•, >,. ih.", IC r,ei U f n? "JSWEfc "2S. -."-"-./E-r ,iU D 'w'„ M £ZV,ui !" tl^%£ > ,'nlL-, .md a sesond later, Kenbum MU KI-MS*. " %  '.. and. mote recently, the Indian'. Ul line BOiOkad It OUt Of his Mama I'limmtr. Maiy 8tolk>m.^^[(,. ,|,„on)f Test and the Barbados men's r £ i ~5! l Un1?T r .i --*-ui Indians but had t.i docl I and, loo, werp on the offensive. • ci. the Trimdadians wore i.trhr%  pl-0d Ms-lUghl Th H.Hh.a.-. lrl.ll ill toe ih urn. FIRST I.OAI. ger Gupta's it with the team. :•.,!:. for ine Manai to toui .-** ROYAL BKIERI.EY CUT CRYSTAL At Your Jcwelleri Y. De LIMA A CO.. LTD. 10 Broai St Whisky, Port, Sherry. Rf W.ler, r.y Drinking and Cock. L toll FAIR DAY -IN AID OF — ST. PATKK K S DAILY Ml M Fl'ND AND THE FREE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL -WILL BE HELD AT— THE URSULINE CONVENT SATURDAY 25TH OCTOBER From 3 p.m. to fi.3* p.m. Rv kind permhslon of Colonel Mlfhrlln the Police Band will be In Attendance. BRF.NDA FOnTF.R sendIn the flint goil for B.r h.,l.v. ,. t i BC A-iunUc Olab last night in the Bar i.dos -Trtuidad Ladlewater polo match Barbados won by four goals to nil. 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WHAT'S OH TODAY CSSSfl ..f Onli.,. DM l ( Ml I..;-,BSSMI I • so Cease rt. HaMina* Ho h* r-r M MUM O *Osmi ib* wrutun use! i Fot 0te future In IW dli AM IM Oood UM1 I Mi ESTABUSHED 18&5 FRIDAY*CTOBER 14. I9R2 PRICE: FIVE CENTS YtSTttOArS WtATMEK RtPOtT %  '""I rsml-.i (or month U esu* IT In* Miaturai SS s -f. UMI Ts-i>s*r*<.ir* TS -r Wind Vl.*ll, 10 tdlr. Mt lteu> JS SB* J p m I Ml t .... BM MAU MAU HACK CHIEF TO DEATH One Policeman Dead, 2 Missing HOI SI S III MO\ I NAIROBI, KENYA. Oct. 23. Police reinforcements were rushed to Kikuvu tribal forest reserve after hundreds of Mau Mau terrorists wielding Ion? knives. brutally hacked to death a venerated African Chief and an African Policeman. Two tribal PoHCMMO are muring after a one-sided bloody forest clash in defiance against the Government's stern moves to -.< %  %  law and order in the colony. It was the first outbreak of Mau Mau violence since a %  vern-lied hundreds of extra I troops and police to OM iinri arrested scorn of African leader* under the cmirgency proclamation Monday. The new terrorist attack followed the chief'!, attempts to break up an Illegal tribal meeting. I Late yesterday afternoon senior tribal chief Nderi. oldest chief of i Kikuyu learned of the gathering' 'f 500 of his tribesmen in their Labour Motion Defeated LONDON. Oct. X3 .' of Commons rejected The HOL_ the Labour demand that the U.S.! Nyert reserve. giant Brtlsh troops stationed in 1 C !" Nderi immediately the U.S. the right to be tried by their own courts martial in return for similar privileges granted. VJS. soldiers here. The vote of 104—154 was the smallest majority given prime Minister Churchill's Conservative Government since It won power in the general elections last fall. The vote came after a long debate on the Labour proposed amendment to the Bill to allow all Allied troops stationed in Britain to be tried for "some" offences by their own courts martial. US. forces get such trial for all offences now. under the wartime Act passed in 1942. The present Bill would whittle down to some offences, just U.K. Atom Bomh Vaporized Ship LONDON. Or! il UN'S Hm .torn bomb was sel oil in II M s piv.n 1 IMtoni Prime MirdrUi Mi WinstonChurchill i< lJ I Commoni tatty in the lirsi fall offici .i Mpon Til* "weapon WM exploded n I Ihc momins "I Ut-Vibcr a". Mr. Churchill lold a %  nd MICIII Houac TWO bouse* have n.ini'iit owntst l...'l at Bern ell and P reeled Five snore houses are n ow to be em*ted on th* foar acr* plots under the proposed land wttlemrnt *cheme. 'very ". thr?hlef and his escort mingled with what hanot been made public. ."I? rlb ^ m#n ln n effort "* cal mi ar c also djealt with!"*"" 8EAWELL LAND SETTLEMENT HM %  and the meeting i Civil claims by U.S. authorities. swarmed on the chief The Labour amendment da-IA**"" "fiSS?2L ff same privilege JW ft* death with th, manded the British forces stat: a message to police headquarters at Nyen township some miles away where 20 African police under the command of a European officer were stationed. While the police aetaenment was enroute the old chief went tn th scene of the meeting hirmelf accompanied by an African memJnri < ?*U ie trS2| 0n 'iilSS5ln t C i'i' SEVEN men and their families i Christopher Blades, Reynolds %  Plots are so arranged that th, fen. !" -ei arPJT T£>, 2H I h v ***" l d to ^".pv the' Weeke* and Joseph Campbell. I uons do* (or tilling In were snned. They fired| f wacn plots ,t Government These men have famili.-. who and at Sea well, and they have are prepared to help them in ftie been notified that they can take' cultivation of their plots, llu up occupation. Two. Mr. Charles Director of Agriculture told Harris and Mr. Joseph Campbell. Aslvseate reporter yesterday. Then th* nr,lM. B niH -< u -v 'have already removed their homes t very foolishly the „ poclpd t tn movc tn |nr .„„ ggta ht „l get their rl; within a few days. crops planted." he said. "Tillage operations have been carried oul Six of the seven families arc mechanically several weeks ago • if Christ Church, and by the Department of Agriculture thother, Is from St Michael., when the land was In drier conThere are. Mr. Oscar Worrell. St dition." Michael. Messrs Charles Harris He said lhat In futur. tillage C. O. Harding. Julian Pri*-?. will be done on a group basts gbob broke Tried To Calm Them „ Immediately the Kikuyu ned inTs I <>"' knive*). The and the hacked Pangas police o tribal icemen who made up the remainder of the old chiefs ggegrl re missing. The murdered Chief was the tribe's representative to the Colonial Government. Under the Kenya system various district* of the colony are split up Into locati Seawell, October 23. — Th Airport was a busy place yesterdav morwtwe f -*>n the parking apron at 8.4J a.m. were a fourrngined U.S. Douglas aircraft and a Resort Airlines which had remained overnight, and B W.I A. aircraft which touched down shortly before 8.45 a.m. The B.W.I.A. flight from Trlnidad was a few minutes late. It; i\e*peciea is understood that this was caused through bad weather. I usually about 20 years, these area The new parking facilities at ChMt urc promol ed to Senior Seawell proved a great asset to ch ef( hkc Cme( Nder| >nd a(e the airport yesterday as scores iegarded wlUl gr1Ml ^pect bv of cars, bringing r*l"ves and ,„,„, Afrtc-lls and European^ well wishers arrived The cars B>r|tep ^ of 1h( forMl were parked In n ^orderly rnarimurder wmch ^^ 8ubMqu ,. nlIv ( corrected said Nderi met death li all uin .• Una so that a tractor can be used eonventOnU* tor tilling the .elected plot aair At present, parts of all the plots Have canes on them whirh will lx few reaped during the 105S crop soaso*. ilm IM (I the tenants will then bilusily engaged in planting both |pod crops and a further section in Sugar cane to be reapco Tinnirectoi said that a certain portion of food crops that are likely to grow successfully under thi OMidilums at Seawell will he planted. French Line I Falls Back HANOI, on L'.t "he % %  •, h,,..i.ii defenc. lin. U i Black iGvss .,v theti •St heforv ino Lommuniit Vietnunh autumn %  A ri'ucn military sp I raoaui*. He MM inwgsj i •[,, | in, ind T HM nrrl arriving „|, (ni ,| l( il' I-* f'l.-iich Lreopt in HM '*-•" T <"'"• monthg ami opened Ihe way lo the ncellelits in the Southern Tanking Delta, have continued '" "' | -' though roeevments including airborne forCM wsjrO rushed tc the region V P "Thousands of tons of ud and rock (mm the sea botlom arero thrown many thousand^ tf feet into (he air and a high (tidal wave was caused Hie < of the blast and i.ive cinitaminatinn SOttOOdod %  i widi area and H M.S. Plym was Hporiaed %  ssgsjpt bM SOSIM I>" lot frugmenis which scattsn.il i-M'l ..tie "I tini: %  hie* in dry vegetation." Mi Churchill said the bomb "behaved as was expected ami force ait." He revealed that no animal* were used as guinea pigs. Her Majesty's Government NINE DIE IN CRASH road ner ami there were bl TC S A .hi-h w, to arriv*.' 0 ? Unflr thcr than from the in T th C e A e n rlym C o h rn.ng a wa, dc'Sed* ££••£ SfBiA£r "" SS! X^Su. rtf lSS-1 ^35 -uu^rineYhrd'e.pec,last night giving "Seawell ^rations against the terrorist. Tower" a 24 hour clock "J"" cleanup started earlier this week but did not believe they would go so far as to kill a senior Chief and thereby definitely outi law themselves with all Europeans DELEGATES RETURlV Ssawell, Oct. 23.—Mr. O. H. King. Prtsident of the Cham bar of Commerce, and Mr. H. A. C Thomas. Junior VteePresident, returned horns last night by B.W.I A from British Oulsna after attending the Ninth Congress of the Incor porated Chambers of Com merce at Georgetown. Accompanying Uiem was Professor C O Beasley, EconoaUc Advlsar to Colonial Development and Walfsre In the Wast Indies, who represented Dominica at the Con gross. The two Chamber of Comi delegates said thai they had a very successful meeung, %  nd there will be %  slmnltaneralease to the Pre** on all Resolutions passed by the Congress. They added that the hospitality of British Oulsna was "of the highest order.** PARIS, Oct. 23. •. French military transport .r parishes. Fjach parish is ruled plane crnshe d as it took off from by a native Chief appointed by i^. uourget Field and carried its nnri responsible to the Colonial crew and passengers to flaming C.overnment. He i* responsible death A sookeamon fr the Air for the maintenance of law and Ministrv said II persons were enter in his area and eollertsi the | booked aboard the old fashioned taxes. His title is not heredttarv. f eur -engined Languedoc." but sources at the military airfield at Le Bourget said only nine actually ll-fnted plane They re four crewmen and live passengers. Three blackened bodies were pulled from the burned and twist, ed fuselage where the plane fell r.ext to the town hall in Dugny. suburban Paris village, just beyond the limits of the military reservation. No civilians were believed killed, but authorities said they would not be certain until a thorough search could be made underneath the wreckage. All aboard the plane were military personnel.—U.P. I. k. Building Up Atomic Bomber Force PEPTH. Australia, Oct. 23 Britain Is building up her atomic bomber force, Air Chief Marshal Si William Dickson said. "We have at the bombs and the -ircraft m carry them" Dickson said after arrival from Singapore on a round-the-world flight.—OF. .. Divl, soldiers won complete control of the hotly contested Iron HornMountain northeast of Chorwnu n %  hand to hmi.t light with Chinese. Communists lighting desperateU from deep bunkers. Republic of Korea Commanders reported that the hill was "secured" d 2 p m. although victorious Hoks were receiving Communist rtillery and mortar fire an hour | and 40 minuU-s latci. U.N planes carried the war tol the Communists with bombs, bill-i Jets and napalm as ground action i subsided all along the 155 mile' front. U.S. n* Thunderjets flew north to blast a vital Conununlsl supply railway, deep in northwest K'IIC.I. Early report* did not disclose the extent of the damage to the railway which runs southeast. from Runchon near the west | PM Sabrejets protecting l-omhers tangled wltfi Argentina s re i (era tod sUnd on BDO ul 20 Communist Ml'. 15 the Falkland Islands sovereignty. | Je flanU r ,„ !wo morning air However the protest was con>> %  >* ond shot down one of th, S.Koreans Take Iron Horse ML SEoirr.. (>et. 2a. South Korean mfantrymei chopped their way to the crest of In>n Horse Mountain -ing to stop F 84 Thunderjets from attacking Communist railways, mining areas and troop COMtntraUOfU South Korean Ninth DivTsi.-i; Argentina Protests To Uruguay LONDON. Oct. 23. Diplomatic quarters here regarded Argentina's formal diplomatic protest to Uruggusy over tha latter*! relations with the Falk. I ast. land Inlands at in line wtlh 1 nt[n)l>l Banishing Bevanism LONDON. Oct. 23. The Latioar Party officially ordered leftwlngar Annum Bevan to "dlsbsnd" his party wiUiln a party. The Parlla. mentary Labour Party over whatsDliigly backed a resolu Uon by Mr. Clement Attlee ordering the immediate aban donment of all groups within the party other than those officially recognised. The vote was ISM w ..I according to sources present st s closed meeung of Labonr Members of Parliament U 1' Socialist Retell Party Banned ADUSESSINO the seventh General Assembly at the United Nations In New York. Secretary of State I>n Achsoon declares: "We shall fight on as long as necessary so stop aggression and restore peeee end security to Korea." He added." "We shall stop fl&hrlng only o, hen an armistice on ]ust terms has been sthievrd." (Intcrnalioi.al) wish to express their indeWrHlm 'or nil the help received from AusLralla," he Mid "All those concerned in thr B of the first BrltKh atom bomb arc to be warmh complimented On its sin < ggg Pacifist Mr. Eiiirya Davles said people would \# appalleri ai Mi Churchill's statement, realixitii!! what would happen tf trie boml were dropped in London Mc ,>l gd "U it not clear that this conn try ts In enormous danger ami that the atom bomh mullt to \,< exported to Amen, Mr Churchill icplled'This DUOastaOn rssBSBf ver> large Issues. no flippancy In what I s.o.i l onl) stated fact*. One ma> I'li inilionleil with verv terrible faetl We live in a very terrlM I,ONI>ON, Od. 23. age That is no reason why we; Kl " % %  '-'I "l Insq, left LAW, UI| don for Biropa to-day on his wayMr Churchill said lie l#lieve.t '"' k '" HKlhad. The 17-yearIhat the sucessful explosion* %  *! K "'*t> % %  .'ccumpunisd to would "lead lo a much closer <,'' ' %  Al "" !l "l'' AmAnglo-Ainericiiii interchange •<•< U> B mformBtlon rhSJ King will leave Vi Replying to a question whether SatUldsW by sen h* Iteirut on his ,.iw ii.iitc I,.iii in-in L.Hiic.i whu-ii i"-'!'" 1 h.irk lo i %  Iraqi capltgL ould be useful for rastsmUl "• SgsBSd %  week's State vi*it t tiers. Mr. Churchill said he did! Britain on Septembci 91 He and King Faisal Leaves London HtRLIN. t>ct West Germany's ronstiiutionai court has declared Ihe Neo-Nari Hoclsllst iteich I'arty unconstitutional and ordered ir lo be d'ssolved and banned. The ODSjrtl decision cauw IhreoJ months after the i>nd of hearings 1 '" %  %  arhleh U) | to cease all propaganda activity campaign and activity The party had already announced voluntary dlssalutlofl on September 12 uparent!v In .ir,of to-rlay's ilnal luting by the court, the highct in VV. the rropagaiidg ban. 1 "lets, iiicluduii: rabbsS rousing forttMf ll I %  Brnat Kemer, >\-\\\ by bttttr internal disoeruuoni T\>t party organi/dtion hid .iupsientlv tatatn niart to the poult %  '>" Hi no longj-r wage the kir.d of campaign that first biougiu ii.to prom oancs In May ll*.'.l. when l| gfon II pe ( sol of tlto total vote In tin Lowei s onj i lions. Tin r t'i rullni rtatd thai i'>lated ths n~t, hill, III TJie court also torbado tinrr-orgam' 'lie (i.ntv under %  dif, feieiil name and banned all %  C.P. ot wish to add lo his statement Tlie Prime Minister referred It* W|s> ftittUt %  Ub— MX. A Place In The SMII For Egypt CAIRO, Orl 2S. riencrsl Mohammed Nt-gu^b, gsssussDMssd in v DaHoo I Ion .in.) mdc|tciv!encf und .• |il.uv undor the sun In an address b liundrad "f U M, KIKII.VC. Ismail Siuur'. The MaaoB which commemorated Iho third month •>! the ,.rmy GrOSjp which brought him to porSSSg aB July 23 .was relayed through boudaylng Cairo by loudipaaaari uncle the I'rince Regent of Iraq Mir Abdul have sinea then Middlesex The Rgent will leave London by all f'r Bagdad god IsnasdOB ii.itinn The huge square which named "Liberty Siurc our ot NaguibSi profi inw K d -titi Innntj U Awarded Nobel Prize STOCKHOLM Sweden, Opt 23. The 1!M2 Nol>ot PrfaN for modicloa swardad to Ur. Sclman i W n r tna/apaoeft in Thi r> i*i-.-mber 20. armed forcewhile )el tighten-j |, u r prohahK II invi'l lo the "•it hc.ivi Irfnuhers maiioeuvretti s-r F-i> hr"w:iv <>{ Stockholm. warhaad Qjr, < %  r. I'.p. dertd a purely Uruguayan-AraanttoS matter and officials re%  f the R-A.F. I fused to comment. ted making Bnt'in Hist occupied the F-lkj. mi Islands in 151M and after brief occupations, fin'Ml %  > %  %  Russian built llchters. ft was tt first destruction ohUin urday. The ground front last night and early today was the quietest it has been since October 1 when attacking Communist Red Quick Trip 01. > C-lilUl I'll' M .1 IP! MI^LI^...* I ~ A %  r %  settlement or, then in 1893—V.P. tmral sectoaflani. -I f MiK nMse-i rov^H^vi Mr. Togliatti Denounced Proposed Electoral Law ROME, Oct. 23. Italian Communist Leader Palmiro Togliatti today denounced a proposed Electoral Law sponsored by_ Premier Alcide De Gasperi's rightwing Christian Democraf Party. TogliatU's statement marked one of the opening Lrftwlng salvos In the major Parliamentary battle looming over the proposed bill which was introdt ment on Tuesday "new Electoral law Is anti-Constitutmn;.! and a nil-Democratic because it does not recognlre equal nor consequently political ~ ... Parllaj treated for bi He said the! ma debi Rainstorm Hit Naples NAPLES, (Jet 23. A violent ruinilorm hit Naples c.'trly to-day causing flooding and electrical failures that stalled trains in stations and cut off electric bus and trolley lines. Torrential rains caused collapsing of several houses. The,*were DO laportl of fatallbul dozens of persons were %  aused by fall. akened build%  qu CttlJ MB O. H K1MO (ksfti sssS air H A C Thoaias. Barbados delegates to ths snath O e ng ress ef iBCOrOorsted Cbsssbers of Cess merce. wlio returned \o the island yesterdsy from Brltuh Onl ana by BWIA Also la the picture is Professor Beasley who caase la by the ssae SUght Proftoseil Law The proposed law would guarantee 85 per cent, of the seats in Ihe new Parliament lo the winner at 50.01 per cent of the votes In eM year's National Baal Togliatti said "Electors! reform is based on one per cent of an absolute majority in order to hoke off political life for an Indeterminate period In conservative nary position. •'This one cer cent, signifies the country must be governed by a strong bloc in. h will artificially be given a position of prominence in ParliaThc Electoral Reform Rill is inUan Democrats to 1 "cristf proof" government by eatendlng the system of anti-Communist alliances used successfully In local administrative elections this year to next year's general elections —t-.r. igs -U.P. Record Rain In Bahamas M-NDON, (H-t. 23. A BOAT. Btratoerui 1 in London to-day froai tfe Baan after completing the journey from Bermuda in only in, CM,. ihe scheduled MnV the Renniida-London b-,huu. i knnwr whether this is a record (or a scheduled passenger Might from Bermuda lo London. A n.O.A.C. official said today. "Wdon't keep er claim records" *'A^SA The ha cordad In %  M baui morning, The prasioug record was 4.M %  luna IMS No trtoug •1 %  rtad f'.llowing the km np) IIAMAMAS O II sal ramfsll ever rete Hahwma* nine (e-orded dunni: Iht ending ITedo. %  f I' MR. YOSH1DA LIKELY TO HEAD JAP GOVT. TOKYO. Ot. 23. Minister Shlgeru YoshThe n.giit whieh ortglnatad ac %  ySB" B*y and called at Maasati ids .. frland of •cs ,.1:1. had the advantage of favourabk* W< 1 appeared assured of headhomeward winds The last stagemg the Japanese govern men' of (he journey was flown at an H I bJro Hatoymams average ground -peejiof 400 miles 0TM I iiro-Pascist writ n ^ ou^ %  l"gs -tcpirf-,1 ,|r>wn 111 the contest The pilot of the aircraft WHS for laadai ; of the dom (apuin Bernard frost. part] < l' Thirty-Six Workers From U.S.A. Seawell West Indi. 2 S Barbadian Gutanese. three Antlguans and one Trinldadlan arrive.' at Seawell on Wednesday night by Resort Airlines from the U.S.A. They tuivt SOflBsotad their contracts aa la bouga r i Brrnt), ^ -,?T 7 ? ". ,y i.V %  !. M,,,d w,,rk d '" r • <*"' -" *aid I will work anywhere In .grants including .hour and nine hours a day He the USA except FloridFlorida wen British I could earn over 7.00 a day. He is no! too nood. l>aV SI3.10 -1 week for rent, meals. The i-migrunU returning were laundry, ah He also had to pay las follows: — toward) the upkeep of the Liaison Hati.mlm Calvin Brathwalte. Offl"''hrlstia. Cyril Corbin, Heade said that the majority .>f Oarncli Weefc.-s, Haiold Dravton, Alvm A latin th vxrious American amigranU were against paying v.Roj Hinds, Roy Le srards the u|keep of the Ijalson j Marshall. Rego Wati The Antlguan emigranii loft yesterday morning by B.W I A for their home. Oabricl Mecidc, one of the Aptiguan workers, told the Adcoeate Won l Qgj Acai, yestarday that although the sala' He was employed bj the Hatheries were good in the USA. liy %  ) hut said: OaVei They felt ih.-.t tiw OovBrathwali Brown ernments u( the Wed Indli Hi owne. George Burgesshould pa^ towards this Officers 1-e-on Busby. James Caddie. upkeep from Government grant' |Charles Brathwalte, Philip Callenkdogan, Clnurie ing conditions were bad "The food was not to my liking and wr had a few other crlev-r that because they were tract they were supposed to get to work, but refu<>b did not suit some of the emigrants. Conrad AIlOJ I I man. Clariston Clarke. Bernard Farrelt. Douglas poderr do n'it ihlnh 1 srould emigrate Inghan .. %  • Jordon lo America again." a: Carl Robin. The other Antiguans at Seawell Charlei McPherson. Robert Savyesterdph William. 1 Both spent 01 Voel and Ranfour monthIn the USA. while dolph Ren Meade ithg Antimm Lionet Pereira worked in l^ulslana and Sampson and C' Sampson in. Michigan. Sanij*son Trinidad Lamoral Quamln No bother, no worrr. only infinite pleasure and enjoyment lo dining and enlorlalninq. simply by sorvina K.VV.V. Wines. • QUALITY • DISniNOTION FLAVOUR BRIGHTEN YOUR TABLE with the rich quality oi K.VV.V. PAARL TAWNY. Il'a superb served at room temperature with deeserts. bosh lruit, choose and nuts. K.W.V. Jhs Wine oi Oil Jims K.W.V. SHERRY BRANDY, ANDTABLK SUMBS


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NAIROBI, KENYA. Oct. 23.
Police reinforcements were rushed to Kikuvu tribal
forest reserve after hundreds of Mau Mau terrorists wield-
ing Ion? knives. brutally hacked to death a venerated
African Chief and an African Policeman. Two tribal
PoHCMMO are muring after a one-sided bloody forest clash
in defiance against the Government's stern moves to -.<
law and order in the colony.
It was the first outbreak of
Mau Mau violence since a vern-
-lied hundreds of extra
I troops and police to OM
, iinri arrested scorn of African
! leader* under the cmirgency
! proclamation Monday.
The new terrorist attack fol-
lowed the chief'!, attempts to
, break up an Illegal tribal meeting.
I Late yesterday afternoon senior
tribal chief Nderi. oldest chief of
i Kikuyu learned of the gathering'
'f 500 of his tribesmen in their
Labour
Motion
Defeated
LONDON. Oct. X3
.' of Commons rejected '
The Hol_
the Labour demand that the U.S.! Nyert reserve.
giant Brtlsh troops stationed in1 C" Nderi immediately
the U.S. the right to be tried by
their own courts martial in re-
turn for similar privileges grant-
ed. VJS. soldiers here.
The vote of 104154 was the
smallest majority given prime
Minister Churchill's Conservative
Government since It won power
in the general elections last fall.
The vote came after a long de-
bate on the Labour proposed
amendment to the Bill to allow
all Allied troops stationed in Bri-
tain to be tried for "some" of-
fences by their own courts mar-
tial. US. forces get such trial for
all offences now. under the war-
time Act passed in 1942.
The present Bill would whittle
down to some offences, just
U.K. Atom Bomh
Vaporized Ship
LONDON. Or! il
UN'S Hm .torn bomb was sel oil in II M s piv.n
1 IMtoni Prime MirdrUi Mi WinstonChurchill
i< lJ I Commoni tatty in the lirsi fall offici .i
Mpon Til* "weapon wm exploded n I
Ihc momins "I Ut-Vibcr a". Mr. Churchill lold a
nd mIciii Houac
TWO bouse* have n.ini'iit owntst l...'l at Bern ell and preeled
Five snore houses are n ow to be em*ted on th* foar acr* plots under the proposed land wttlemrnt
*cheme.
'very
". thr-
?hlef and his escort mingled with
what ha- not been made public. ."I? *rlb^m#n ln "n effort "* cal
mi arc also djealt with!"*""
8EAWELL LAND SETTLEMENT
hm
and the meeting i
Civil claims
by U.S. authorities.
! swarmed on the chief
The Labour amendment da-IA**"" "fiSS?2L ff
same privilege JW ft- death with th,
manded the
British forces stat:
a message to police headquarters
at Nyen township some miles
away where 20 African police
under the command of a Europ-
ean officer were stationed.
While the police aetaenment
was enroute the old chief went tn
th scene of the meeting hirmelf
accompanied by an African mem-
Jnri fen. -ei arPJT t>, 2H I h*v' ***" !*l,*d to ^".pv the' Weeke* and Joseph Campbell. I uons do* (or tilling In
were snned. They fired|fwacn plots ,t Government These men have famili.-. who
and at Sea well, and they have are prepared to help them in ftie
been notified that they can take' cultivation of their plots, llu
up occupation. Two. Mr. Charles Director of Agriculture told
Harris and Mr. Joseph Campbell. Aslvseate reporter yesterday.
Then th* nr,lM. BniH - t very foolishly the poclpdt'tn movc. tn |nr . ggta ,ht. l get their rl;
within a few days. crops planted." he said. "Tillage
operations have been carried oul
Six of the seven families arc mechanically several weeks ago
if Christ Church, and by the Department of Agriculture
th- other, Is from St Michael., when the land was In drier con-
There are. Mr. Oscar Worrell. St dition."
Michael. Messrs Charles Harris He said lhat In futur. tillage
C. O. Harding. Julian Pri*-?. will be done on a group basts
gbob
broke
Tried To Calm Them

Immediately the Kikuyu
ned inTs I <>"' knive*). The
and the
hacked
Pangas
police Seawell Busy: |S
T.CA. Delayed "
c'.r. tachment found the two terribly
I mutilated bodies when it arrived
!at the scent. The > o tribal
icemen who made up the re-
mainder of the old chiefs ggegrl
re missing.
The murdered Chief was the
tribe's representative to the Colon-
ial Government. Under the Kenya
system various district* of the
colony are split up Into locati
Seawell, October 23. Th
Airport was a busy place yester-
dav morwtwef. -*>n the parking
apron at 8.4J a.m. were a four-
rngined U.S. Douglas aircraft and
a Resort Airlines which had re-
mained overnight, and B W.I A.
aircraft which touched down
shortly before 8.45 a.m.
The B.W.I.A. flight from Trlni-
dad was a few minutes late. It; i\e*peciea
is understood that this was caused
through bad weather. I usually about 20 years, these area
The new parking facilities at ChMt urc promoled to Senior
Seawell proved a great asset to ch,ef( hkc Cme( Nder| >nd a(e
the airport yesterday as scores iegarded wlUl gr1Ml ^pect bv
of cars, bringing r*l"ves and ,,, Afrtc-lls and European^
well wishers arrived The cars B>r|tep ^ of 1h(, forMl
were parked In n ^orderly rnari- murder wmch ^^ 8ubMqu,.nlIv
(corrected said Nderi met death
li all u- in . Una so that
a tractor can be used eonventOnU*
tor tilling the .elected plot
aair
At present, parts of all the plots
Have canes on them whirh will lx
few reaped during the 105S crop soaso*.
ilm im (I the tenants will then bi-
lusily engaged in planting both
|pod crops and a further section in
Sugar cane to be reapco
Tin- nirectoi said that a certain
portion of food crops that are like-
ly to grow successfully under thi
OMidilums at Seawell will he
planted.
French Line I
Falls Back
HANOI, on L'.t
"he , h,,..i.ii defenc. lin.
U i Black iGvss .,v theti
St heforv
ino Lommuniit Vietnunh autumn

A ri'ucn military sp Kien.h fOfsjas ,n the
arei nortl m n,
Ihdrav
th. Black Rivei m th.
VU i > I raoaui*. He
mm inwgsj i..... [,, | in,
ind T hm nrrl
arriving |,(ni ,|l(. ,il eonsMarobU nunUiers.
rne oINraHve *Urt ,i last week
SftMn Vii'tmiiilt r.-l-'l furees cap.
imbei of nutpnu in the
Nri Lo ana and last Mturdu
in.k the town Itself after a dv-
5 night itruggW The loss
! BfM thr won) l.-feat
'-:' <>' I-* f'l.-iich Lreopt in hm
'*-"T <"'" monthg ami opened Ihe
way lo the ncellelits in the South-
ern Tanking Delta,
have continued
'" "'|" -' though .....roeevments
including airborne forCM wsjrO
rushed tc the region V P
"Thousands of tons of
ud and rock (mm the sea bot-
lom arero thrown many thousand^
tf feet into (he air and a high
(tidal wave was caused Hie
< of the blast and
i.ive cinitaminatinn SOttOOdod
i widi area and H M.S. Plym was
Hporiaed ssgsjpt bM SOSIM i>"
lot frugmenis which scattsn.il
i-M'l ..tie "I tin- i- :
hie* in dry vegetation."
Mi Churchill said the bomb
"behaved as was expected ami
force ait."
He revealed that no animal*
were used as guinea pigs.
Her Majesty's Government
NINE DIE
IN CRASH
road
ner ami there were
blTCSA .hi-h w, to arriv*.'0? Unflr thcr than from the
inTthCeAenrlymCohrn.nga wa, dc'Sed* SfBiAr ""
SS! X^Su. rtf lSS-1 ^35 -uu^rineYhrd'e.pec,-
last night giving "Seawell ^rations against the terrorist.
Tower" a 24 hour clock "J"" cleanup started earlier
this week but did not believe they
would go so far as to kill a senior
Chief and thereby definitely out-
i law themselves with all Europeans
DELEGATES
RETURlV
Ssawell, Oct. 23.Mr. O. H.
King. Prtsident of the Cham
bar of Commerce, and Mr. H.
A. C Thomas. Junior Vtee-
President, returned horns last
night by B.W.I A from British
Oulsna after attending the
Ninth Congress of the Incor
porated Chambers of Com
merce at Georgetown.
Accompanying Uiem was
Professor C O Beasley, Eco-
noaUc Advlsar to Colonial
Development and Walfsre In
the Wast Indies, who repre-
sented Dominica at the Con
gross.
The two Chamber of Com-
i delegates said thai they
had a very successful meeung,
nd there will be slmnltane-
ralease to the Pre** on all
Resolutions passed by the
Congress.
They added that the hospit-
ality of British Oulsna was
"of the highest order.**
PARIS, Oct. 23.
. French military transport
.r parishes. Fjach parish is ruled plane crnshed as it took off from
by a native Chief appointed by i^. uourget Field and carried its
nnri responsible to the Colonial crew and passengers to flaming
C.overnment. He i* responsible death A sookeamon fr the Air
for the maintenance of law and Ministrv said II persons were
enter in his area and eollertsi the | booked aboard the old fashioned
taxes. His title is not heredttarv. feur-engined Languedoc." but
sources at the military airfield at
Le Bourget said only nine actually
ll-fnted plane They
re four crewmen and
live passengers.
Three blackened bodies were
pulled from the burned and twist,
ed fuselage where the plane fell
r.ext to the town hall in Dugny.
suburban Paris village, just be-
yond the limits of the military
reservation.
No civilians were believed kill-
ed, but authorities said they
would not be certain until a
thorough search could be made
underneath the wreckage. All
aboard the plane were military
personnel.U.P.
I. k. Building
Up Atomic
Bomber Force
PEPTH. Australia, Oct. 23
Britain Is building up her atomic
bomber force, Air Chief Marshal
Si William Dickson
said. "We have at
the bombs and the -ircraft m
carry them" Dickson said after
arrival from Singapore on a
round-the-world flight.OF.
.. Divl,
soldiers won complete control of
the hotly contested Iron Horn-
Mountain northeast of Chorwnu n
hand to hmi.t light with Chinese.
Communists lighting desperateU
from deep bunkers. Republic
of Korea Commanders reported
that the hill was "secured"
d 2 p m. although victorious
Hoks were receiving Communist
rtillery and mortar fire an hour |
and 40 minuU-s latci.
U.N planes carried the war tol
the Communists with bombs, bill-i
Jets and napalm as ground action i
subsided all along the 155 mile'
front. U.S. n* Thunderjets flew
north to blast a vital Conununlsl
supply railway, deep in northwest
K'iic.i.
Early report* did not disclose
the extent of the damage to the
railway which runs southeast.
from Runchon near the west |
PM Sabrejets protecting
l-omhers tangled wltfi
Argentina s re i (era tod sUnd on BDOul 20 Communist Ml'. 15
the Falkland Islands sovereignty. | Je, flanU.r, , !wo morning air
However the protest was con- >>>* ond shot down one of th,
S.Koreans Take
Iron Horse ML
SEoirr.. (>et. 2a.
South Korean mfantrymei chopped their way to the
crest of In>n Horse Mountain I' N. lighter-bombers unlcashel a large .^cale attack on Com-
munist targets deep in North Korea
Allied F 8fi Sabrejets sh"t down one Communist MICJ
15 jet fighter and probably deblroyed another. Red jels
were tr>-ing to stop F 84 Thunderjets from attacking Com-
munist railways, mining areas and troop COMtntraUOfU
South Korean Ninth DivTsi.-i;
Argentina Protests
To Uruguay
LONDON. Oct. 23.
Diplomatic quarters here re-
garded Argentina's formal diplo-
matic protest to Uruggusy over tha
latter*! relations with the Falk. I ast.
land Inlands at in line wtlh1 nt[n)l>l
Banishing
Bevanism
LONDON. Oct. 23.
The Latioar Party officially
ordered leftwlngar Annum
Bevan to "dlsbsnd" his party
wiUiln a party. The Parlla.
mentary Labour Party over
whatsDliigly backed a resolu
Uon by Mr. Clement Attlee
ordering the immediate aban
donment of all groups within
the party other than those
officially recognised.
The vote was ism w ..I ac-
cording to sources present st
s closed meeung of Labonr
Members of Parliament U 1'
Socialist
Retell Party
Banned
ADUSESSINO the seventh General
Assembly at the United Nations
In New York. Secretary of State
I>n Achsoon declares: "We shall
fight on as long as necessary so
stop aggression and restore peeee
end security to Korea." He added."
"We shall stop fl&hrlng only o, hen
an armistice on ]ust terms has
been sthievrd." (Intcrnalioi.al)
wish to express their indeWrHlm
'or nil the help received from Aus-
Lralla," he Mid
"All those concerned in thr
B of the first BrltKh
atom bomb arc to be warmh
complimented On its sin < ggg
Pacifist Mr. Eiiirya Davles said
people would \# appalleri ai Mi
Churchill's statement, realixitii!!
what would happen tf trie boml
were dropped in London Mc ,>l
gd "U it not clear that this conn
try ts In enormous danger ami
that the atom bomh mullt to \,<
exported to Amen, .
Mr Churchill icplled- 'This
DUOastaOn rssBSBf ver> large Issues.
no flippancy In what I
s.o.i l onl) stated fact*. One ma>
I'l- i inilionleil with verv terrible
faetl We live in a very terrlM I,ONI>ON, Od. 23.
age That is no reason why we; Kl" ''-'I "l Insq, left Law-
,UI|. don for Biropa to-day on his way-
Mr Churchill said lie l#lieve.t '"'k '" HKlhad. The 17-year-
Ihat the sucessful explosion* *! K"'*t- > .'ccumpunisd to
would "lead lo a much closer <,'' ' Al "" !l"l'' Am-
Anglo-Ainericiiii interchange << U> B
mformBtlon rhSJ King will leave Vi
Replying to a question whether SatUldsW by sen h* Iteirut on his
,.iw ii.iitc I,.iii in-in L.Hiic.i whu-ii i"-'!'"1' h.irk lo i . Iraqi capltgL
ould be useful for rastsmUl " SgsBSd week's State vi*it t
tiers. Mr. Churchill said he did! Britain on Septembci 91 He and
King Faisal
Leaves London
HtRLIN. t>ct
West Germany's ronstiiutionai
court has declared Ihe Neo-Nari
Hoclsllst iteich I'arty unconstitu-
tional and ordered ir lo be d's-
solved and banned.
The ODSjrtl decision cauw IhreoJ
months after the i>nd of hearings
1 '" arhleh U)........ |
to cease all propaganda
activity campaign and activity
The party had already announced
voluntary dlssalutlofl on Septem-
ber 12 uparent!v In .ir,-
of to-rlay's ilnal luting by the
court, the highct in VV.
the rropagaiidg ban.
1 "lets, iii-
cluduii: rabbsS rousing forttMf
ll I " Brnat Kemer,
>\-\\\ by bttttr internal
disoeruuoni
T\>t party organi/dtion hid .iu-
psientlv tatatn niart to the poult
'>"......Hi no longj-r wage
the kir.d of campaign that first
biougiu ii.to prom oancs In May
ll*.'.l. when l| gfon II pe( sol of
tlto total vote In tin Lowei s onj
i lions.
Tin.....rt'i rullni rtatd thai
i'>lated ths
n~t, hill, iii TJie
court also torbado tin- rr-orgam-
' 'lie (i.ntv under , dif-
, feieiil name and banned all

C.P.
ot wish to add lo his statement
Tlie Prime Minister referred
It* W|s> ftittUt UbMX.
A Place In The
Smii For Egypt
CAIRO, Orl 2S.
riencrsl Mohammed Nt-gu^b,
gsssussDMssd inv DaHoo I.....Ion
.in.) mdc|tciv!encf und . |il.uv
undor the sun In an address b
liundrad "f U
m, KIkiI.vc. Ismail Siuur'. The
MaaoB which commemorated Iho
third month >! the ,.rmy GrOSjp
which brought him to porSSSg aB
July 23 .was relayed through
boudaylng Cairo by loudipaaaari
uncle the I'rince Regent of
Iraq Mir Abdul have sinea then
Middlesex The Rgent will
leave London by all f'r Bagdad
god IsnasdOB
ii.itinn
The huge square which '
named "Liberty Siurc
our ot NaguibSi profi inw
Kd -titi Innntj
U
Awarded Nobel
Prize
STOCKHOLM Sweden,
Opt 23.
The 1!M2 Nol>ot PrfaN for modi-
cloa swardad to Ur. Sclman
i W n rarar ed strep-
toniuMM. .in jntih nti,- ii'ed .igalnat
luberrni
Dr. Sclman Waksman said ba
t |0 the rest of thel Wrt, "reVtalnly very prottd'' he had
I ln-en I.....mired with thi- 1M2
as re-1 Nobel prbja in l-hvsiology and
hon.l niodlcinr.
p. wna' Waksman said he will go to
MWadj Sto.-klii.Un on IhveniU-r 1U. to
divisions, and included Ihe Camel' ,,.,,. v (lll. nrtsa, ||S iv scheduled
Corp* Nagu"b' 20-mmute speechf \ daUvgi etn Important'
was rooowad by pssrads <>r tna/apaoeft in Thi.....r> i*i-.-mber 20.
armed force- while )el tighten-j |,ur prohahK II invi'l lo the
"it hc.ivi Irfnuhers maiioeuvretti s-r F-i> hr"w:iv <>{ Stockholm.
warhaad Qjr, < r. I'.p.
dertd a purely Uruguayan-Ar-
aanttoS matter and officials re-
f the R-A.F. I fused to comment.
ted making Bnt'in Hist occupied the F-lk-
j. mi Islands in 151M and after
brief occupations, fin-
'Ml !>'
Russian built llchters. ft was tt
first destruction ohUin
urday.
The ground front last night and
early today was the quietest it
has been since October 1 when
attacking Communist Red
Quick Trip
01. > C-lilUl I'll' M .1 IP! MI^LI^...* I ~ A r
settlement or, then in 1893V.P. tmral secto- aflani. -I f
MiK nMse-i rov^H^vi
Mr. Togliatti Denounced
Proposed Electoral Law
ROME, Oct. 23.
Italian Communist Leader Palmiro Togliatti today de-
nounced a proposed Electoral Law sponsored by_ Premier
Alcide De Gasperi's rightwing Christian Democraf Party.
TogliatU's statement marked one
of the opening Lrftwlng salvos In
the major Parliamentary battle
looming over the proposed bill
which was introdt
ment on Tuesday
"new Electoral law Is anti-Con-
stitutmn;.! and a nil-Democratic
because it does not recognlre
equal nor consequently political
~ ... Parlla- j treated for bi
He said the! ma debi
Rainstorm
Hit Naples
NAPLES, (Jet 23.
A violent ruinilorm hit Naples
c.'trly to-day causing flooding and
electrical failures that stalled
trains in stations and cut off elec-
tric bus and trolley lines.
Torrential rains caused collaps-
ing of several houses.
The,*- were DO laportl of fatall-
bul dozens of persons were
aused by fall.
akened build-
qu
CttlJ
MB O. H K1MO (ksfti sssS air H A C Thoaias. Barbados
delegates to ths snath Oengress ef iBCOrOorsted Cbsssbers of Cess
merce. wlio returned \o the island yesterdsy from Brltuh Onl ana by
BWIA Also la the picture is Professor Beasley who caase la by
the ssae SUght .
Proftoseil Law
The proposed law would guar-
antee 85 per cent, of the seats in
Ihe new Parliament lo the winner
at 50.01 per cent of the votes In
eM year's National Baal
Togliatti said "Electors! reform
is based on one per cent of an
absolute majority in order to
hoke off political life for an In-
determinate period In conservative
nary position. 'This one
cer cent, signifies the country must
be governed by a strong bloc
in. h will artificially be given a
position of prominence in Parlia-
Thc Electoral Reform Rill is in-
Uan Democrats to
1 "cristf proof" govern-
ment by eatendlng the system of
anti-Communist alliances used
successfully In local administra-
tive elections this year to next
year's general elections
t-.r.
igs -U.P.
Record Rain
In Bahamas
M-NDON, (H-t. 23.
A boat. Btratoerui 1
in London to-day froai tfe
Baan after completing the jour-
ney from Bermuda in only in,
cm,. ihe scheduled MnV '
the Renniida-London b-,-
huu.
i knnwr whether this is
a record (or a scheduled passen-
ger Might from Bermuda lo Lon-
don. A n.O.A.C. official said to-
day. "W- don't keep er claim re-
cords"
*'A^SA
The ha
cordad In
'
M baui
morning,
The prasioug record was 4.M
luna IMS No trtoug
1 rtad f'.llowing the
km np)
IIAMAMAS O II
sal ramfsll ever re-
te Hahwma* nine
(e-orded dunni: Iht
ending ITedo.
f I'
MR. YOSH1DA LIKELY
TO HEAD JAP GOVT.
TOKYO. Ot. 23.
Minister Shlgeru Yosh-
The n.giit whieh ortglnatad ac
ySB" B*y and called at Maasati ids .. frland of - cs ,.1:1.
had the advantage of favourabk* W< 1 appeared assured of head-
homeward winds The last stage- mg the Japanese govern men'
of (he journey was flown at an H I bJro Hatoymams
average ground -peejiof 400 miles 0TM I iiro-Pascist writ
*n^ou^ l"gs -tcpirf-,1 ,|r>wn 111 the contest
The pilot of the aircraft whs for laadai ; of the dom
(apuin Bernard frost. part] < l'
Thirty-Six Workers From U.S.A.
Seawell
West Indi.
2 S Barbadian
Gutanese. three Antlguans and one
Trinldadlan arrive.' at Seawell on
Wednesday night by Resort Air-
lines from the U.S.A. They tuivt
SOflBsotad their contracts aa la
bougari
Brrnt),
^ -,?T7?,".,yi.V !. M,,,d* w,,rk*d '"r <*"' -" *aid I will work anywhere In
.grants including .hour and nine hours a day He the USA except Florid- Florida
wen British I could earn over 7.00 a day. He is no! too nood.
l>aV SI3.10 -1 week for rent, meals. The i-migrunU returning were
laundry, ah He also had to pay las follows:
toward) the upkeep of the Liaison Hati.mlm Calvin Brathwalte.
Offl"''- hrlstia. Cyril Corbin,
Heade said that the majority .>f Oarncli Weefc.-s, Haiold Dravton,
Alvm
A latin
th vxrious American amigranU were against paying v.- Roj Hinds, Roy Le
srards the u|keep of the Ijalson j Marshall. Rego Wati
The Antlguan emigranii loft
yesterday morning by B.W I A
for their home.
Oabricl Mecidc, one of the Ap-
tiguan workers, told the Adcoeate Won l Qgj Acai,
yestarday that although the sala- He was employed bj the Hathe-
ries were good in the USA. liy- ) hut said:
OaVei They felt ih.-.t tiw Oov- Brathwali Brown
ernments u( the Wed Indli Hi owne. George Burges-
should pa^ towards this Officers 1-e-on Busby. James Caddie.
upkeep from Government grant' |Charles Brathwalte, Philip Callen-
kdogan, Clnurie
ing conditions were bad "The
food was not to my liking and wr
had a few other crlev-r
that because they were
tract they were sup-
posed to get to work, but refu-
<>b did not suit some of
the emigrants.
Conrad AIlOJ I
I man. Clariston Clarke.
Bernard Farrelt. Douglas poder-
r do n'it ihlnh 1 srould emigrate Inghan .. Jordon
lo America again." a: Carl Robin.
The other Antiguans at Seawell Charlei McPherson. Robert Sav-
yesterd- ph William.
1 Both spent 01 Voel and Ran-
four month- In the USA. while dolph Ren
Meade ithg Antimm Lionet
Pereira worked in l^ulslana and Sampson and C'
Sampson in. Michigan. Sanij*son Trinidad Lamoral Quamln
No bother, no worrr.
only infinite
pleasure and enjoyment
lo dining and enlor-
lalninq. simply by
sorvina K.VV.V. Wines.
QUALITY
DISniNOTION
FLAVOUR
BRIGHTEN YOUR TABLE with the
rich quality oi K.VV.V. PAARL
TAWNY. Il'a superb served at room
temperature with deeserts. bosh lruit,
choose and nuts.
K.W.V.
Jhs Wine oi Oil Jims "
K.W.V. SHERRY BRANDY,
ANDTABLK SUMBS


I'M.I
BAKBADOS ADVOCATE
FRIDAY. OCTOM* si, an
Ccuuh gaJUinq

air Kcaucth BUrkbtirno. retnrnrd to Anftrn
Mo. -P-
TriKiiri.' fifiifffl>r or1 lU-Tioalleruy
v -i-r.1 (V At left ll
M.
daughter of Hit. EsxaUeno
..J burneund I-adv
Hlackburne. who had been hoL-
ilaylng during the last two wei'K
in Barbedi*. returneu
erday.
During her stay Joan
en Bonney
had been tfueaU of Major and Vt
. friend
Oh tlu*iitu** Mail
Vfl< K t MARSTfAJX. travel the Airport |
1!. Keoiewntative of Collins
Printer* of Glasguu.
' male* and other aataadJ
ratten.-> moniuig.
who on
beaa
tpected to MftWj* to ft-i-
OaAos about the middle t* Btx:
month.
Dunne hi* stay here he was a
. mM Ki n H
Six IftMlil MV/A AVi/n/7.
MR KL'l'fcRT WEfcKES, anolh-
!i..rt>iidi:in v,ho went bo
tlM isa ha Ml returtsad yes-
.:<>rnLng.
fcM who has paid his
first visit home in 30
rived ban in Jin- bud I
ix trt" ll I
" L. As '
d of tlr
ae> him off
vi'h
>,. t WbdtUa$
wtddiriK look
'

k
Th bride- * muii in Btarfi-
Duke. T
3J Wnl b
\ii C C Leai and I

Ami. fan of Um
i pupil ' the
aleo ptvaanl
'I"he i-nuplc whn m<
flrinUiica Of) O :
i i im Hold until (hair
return ! Dominica on Thursday
eek.
lion. Mr. Aird n aole >
u V wlittcburcn
i 11.. .
Good l fljo/
Mn LUMSon "i

Voithiug
:.!'
1 'he Trlni-
A::. 'i,,i ( up SU'
.i pBpd .sju>i und el*
t oujfa it wait aspaetad da) would
take part In the competition, she
aya she will only be a specta-
|i i during the present Rifle Meet-
ing.
Unrk From firrnada
Itumytmnm
NOW back home * ing throe weeks' honeymoon
in Grenada are Mr. and Mm.
j jpjii -l Wstsutt whu wer< mjri|rt
jBterc on Seincuiwr 3D
7" Mn. ~~
MAMIE
Thi' mi.ui by Ki-.-nlioni-r".- sid-
llliikrs a l.il ;i~ a |ililial <;uuimign-r
.7 tYTHT
LISTENING
HOURS
K.-maa si issi
.nHl S3
A. ..
, _*m AfJ.Un
I is is n, r. tw _.
.rnuu. Maku* aa
wi: "ant
Mamie' ha>
almost s fun
ir.ow
Spet-ml
NEW VORK.
imie, we want
Bu' Mr
F ii
pan
l.a.
s-lf-styled
-hared the
Waan is the imra-i Mil
Mr" L. Ai Williaiiu U '* IlooP*r- Pnatmlstreaa of St.
,n,i -aaB7",u*
limeliglr

being ruled us one of JKe's great-
eat lamaeasjn aassU.
At first the Gerwrul objerted to
iho familiar uge of t .
name. Bui hi
hi bpj w. ajafU Hi
jimt as mu ' Iter as
the slogai>
Not j) tftc and i
i
introduce* her as My
Mamie." He
.....of alliac-
as]
During the eaily tense weeks
<>f the rambntgn BaMBkB
save his wile li< '
rather embarraIng
mallty Xu whn h (*re-i.Unt
nominee* and tfieli fmi.il
posed by Press Photographaae ^
here, i
On one occasion a photographs*
anted a picture of Mamie Els-
ihower holding a bottle of
rrmnnt maple syrup He grab-
bed the blouse of Mamie's dress
and stuck an "I Like Ike" but-
ton on bar. Eisenhower glared
the photographer and then
growled "Don't ever do that
again. m '"
liui reeently Mstmic has np- h:
penned n photographh. taken .
positive
She ha^
. irdour tnai
Btanj
famous 'i hat she's

mar u> tin --ar* S
7

lluppy UirlhdttY
ban PS
imcr pupil ot
College Her husband Is
easts Agricultural Inspector
a Parish of Si. John.
John Tuil In SI. Lucia
unu to Mu* RLTbWS reached Car* of the
NtWf
Gu
H
IntrnifU
ON WILLIAM SAYAjtY. Q t
Ipaassei >' Um
Council of Trinldnd who.al*"
IMAM*
** Jean Bryan of BlIBMsfll X 1^1 Guiasstne Tenor John Tun
Road who celebrate* her birthday who recently spent ., few months
"xy- in Barbados.
.wMsl/ Lmck! i *a full *ho has beei
THIE TrtuMad- Water polo * '<* the past year 1* now in
1. Team* to pl-y against Bar- St- ^u*1* brfore going on to Can-
hados in the Intercolonial Tnui di. to enter the Conservatory of
rafaa opened at the Aquatic Cklb -Music there.
but night, arrived by BWIA on * a programme sponsored by
. sdsy. ,n'* Afb* *nd Crafts Society, he
.ne girls "PPMred In o Song ReclUl imder
pi sainted Trinidad at ''" C-
diaa i i Talk*, wa^
among the intranstt pesaongers
t.v B-W I A fiom
AnrlgUH to Trinidad.
Fir*l Vhil In J ).-rir
|HS. IVY DEAR who
lUdaring in liAibsfri"

(he distinguished pstronage of
The following are the airU :iis tlcccllency the Governor and
'aptI. II. Selliei, ,-*d>' Arundell at St. Joseph'r
Plimmer, 1.1. DeSousa. V. Gonvent on Saturday. October II
rtnugg*. s Woodburn, M. Stoll- On Friday. October 17 he agak)
R Kin*, and S Kn.-ggs. appeared in a Sacred Song I
Th. km an ., full,.. lal at the Methodist Church, Can-
J. GatcluSe (Capt). H. Mahon, H. ""'- Those attending the recital.-
MKS. IVY DKAH who ,;,,. C. GUI. F DaVlf E. Ttix- ayejra very enthusiastic and like
. .ym>: in isarbstdo- daring cira. J Teiaatra. L. Agard T 'hose who heard* him in Barbados
iHiirneel to SJimuel, and H Dash. They ure conclude that he ! one f Hh-i>"t
the U.S.A.. yesterday guests at the HaaUng Hotel. eajrdj in these parts.
This was Mrs. Dear's first Miss Bradley told Carlb that Ha has uLso made hi* mark with
mTi' .' bei "-.-.si i,f the girl* have visited Bar- fhe teenagers who crowd around
lalT ita Tfft J tlVK-'st B'ki ajia bados in the past Only two uf lor him to ilgu their nutoeriiphi
-.-r --......,.-. -rr-ri "ajj?1 t'"inn them .ire Heelng our island fo Ihc ,., ...
laajjp". W oral Unu -Shelf.. Wo.-lhui n .ml '"'' *'U1-r / } H*
6*nliats, \t ItKI,rd fM' '" '>' s,"i'"" < a^Aitos an now aamku i
T d thai .he, ...... plew- hijSi%AmmTm
* llbill.. heai th..! 801 HOWall aid fligl.l 0Vt ..mi vet..,lay One p,<*.^tivc m.Ud i, h
U Nul.y. the two .noi-mng tiy all ,-,. mlotow.. .,,,,/ ,.;' fK Z "ll!
tt taUad ... la haa. B -round kftai a/b Ky^bTSJSSto
in the achl Ihej :,..! the boy at Goddarr's to look Uk i ,,,k, Th,
i II on iheir ly rrorri IlKuas their plans for the tour nnswer m this is "Yes". Conipet-
h. Australia, have retched Asked about the strength ol .tors enti-rlng photos might find it
lath i, *ri i o I^0 l?m' M^" Bradley fc-,d lhu1 *d idea to de-ign a folder and
' Bill Ihl li no) thru strongest team ^Uck iheii p.rturc inside Also
J by but judging from 0m st.cnwlh of they are advised to sind in gloss"
Ha adds thai last year's Barbados Waler Polo
lkl asjau, Team she was sun- the. ,i t!
one of the Polynesian island* rlarbados team won then
natives had never l* due to speed and condition
before, and Altogether there should be keen
nmpoiltion. Good luck'
the
of .i dentist
Beq .i.i blond ll..'
.a*ily in a newspaper than pic-
tures with a malt finish
ured by hand,
blow photographs or black and
; : mts can he entered
WEST INDIAN TABLE TALK
By LOWsMsMl I
Ia>M
PRINIDAD'S i-^sibigoes as aa

growing interesl In fhe UJC. N
less lhan three British companlea
i-nlly to b#
establish!iin a factory in the island.
Th* announcement that the Uni-
versal Asbestos Manufacturing C*
hay u. produce 25,arv
-abast.- cement goods snnuslly in
1

ustliSil and
II.ib.mi.,- Hound
Nassau is the Countess of Seafleld,
thiest women in
England. Her estimated income of
t:\t0.im a .cat romei
idch et<-nd mn
Hlin .uuan- DiUcs. Lady Seafleld
U wasted aeveral thousand
i-unds In Ifatrhards Associated
(nterests. She hopes for more de-
of the group on her
return from Ttassau.
!!. Imm l>eal
An akt- Shcrriff and Co (Jam-:
u 'ugsr pUnUtlons and
OiiUllenes in Clarka Town. Ja-
maica, has been acquired by the
l.lasgow him of Robert Brown
lld. These Vholeaale and export
botch whisky merchants were
founded as long ago as 101! The

1* headed by two of Brown'*
directors. Mr. John Chiene and
e* Barclay.
Honeymoon Trip
i<- to the West Indies aft.
spending the fir: few days l_
Ihetr honeymoon in Parts are the
Hon Mr and Mrs Harry Vane,
married at S' Margar-
et s. Westminster, this weest. The
i>nde. formerly the Hon 1
Deviaa Cecil, eldeat daughter
Lord Burghley. wore a gown of
frosted white silk tulle and dia-
mond tiara and necklace The
Duchess of Gloucester was one of
000 guests at the reception held at
UOTgeeaai Rcsbm
,P
The new Booker line vessel,
Tapacuna" has been launched In
Northwieh. Cheshire. She is in-
tended for service in the West ...
dies run and will carry general
rang She is sister ship to the
Aretces"
BY THE WAY
By BEACHCOMBER
SiNcr
he num-
bers ' low-flying jet planes, this
:<';'
ml bv bull!
with lovei (as acl-
aoUflts worked out) reducing the

of tali BV Ktthei thi*
must be persuaded to weai Mat.
without crowns, thus (as scienUst^
will demonstcii'.
total bail ita, or they
must remain iitdoon wkeo planes
are about. It may be ob
:i tall silk but ;.- ,
Lose IU si ti.tic^nr.' if it had no
crown, Bui it u up to the hatter*
.
inn Hn.i.iv
pcoi'LK talk of um iwmki, bj
M a man's eyes. Ian Mackav had
.-nt twinkle, ii.
I ''.. of boyish hrtstarrsiiineii
which bei in waJ
Like Cwsaterton, and like all men
not half
wrlh Block modesty, he laughed
at hi* own job's, and he saw
other people's long before thev
arrived. He could write or tslie
well on any subject. And whs?
an obituary be would have writ-
ten of Lily Mo.i Is. who died on
the saiie day, for he w$
persbnent ndmirer> of
i ?bust mUaic-halL Tb*
noisy dlMsTraements I had with
him on almost e\er> subject
amena my happiest memories
Ft.-el-Street
Woih-. fo ,( with Hif
A. -, (
h. kail us to suspicion that
Capt., i Toulrnough has opened
IbMl An English-woman
cm teat She
Hoisting uf "laic bilge
dead llsh with a diamond clip on
Us tall.' Wound round the fish was
a sUM-klrur. "On hei forehead 'he
wore a painted eve
Baba Btacksbeepc. ohlaf clothes-
horse at the Malsun Bpusstti, say*
that dead fish should be wore
well off tbj
I
' "' "alir ta
tore with im, j ,,. ., -ven have time
dk now"
Rlnlr>4r>
loihrt t^a
.'iiiscienliously BBaWan -b
mah. which averages about mm a, ^ ,, .
rrs a day; and makes more ism
i ji-iI appearanees than a
tar. Sometimes she chan-
a* many as live
av 11 i v i i v ,
...iilcibution to the | MlvailUw-.. fSjT
i. undoubtedly her PO'-j'f*^?*'','1"
e, ehlld-l- '
mend* analysed it -Mamla ai aiae m .. n i
^w-y. the ring-leader of ^ s, .;--;-;; ; .; '
,wd. Hei personality mmOrn AWD u* .- yi.-i-
neighbourhood -uccesa. wri it mmd o. iumi
Of swains gave her j
ftned snake skins when the rest|lUMl
-^ vu a
3rasr i a
i
kick
only rated a
She had -It.'
Apparently Mrs. Elsenhower
Mill has "It She can make
people feel she's their friend
. fter knowing them only a few
.mines
Late liouia do not worry hex.
!rie says she ran get along with
little M four hours of sleep
t night
lake all Army wives. Mm
hower ha^ had to laari) to
herself quickly to changing
:h.-
i kin dam aj
Bui No IhIim.
when the campaign tram came
to a halt in the early he
morning, clad in hei dressing
gown and with her i an m
curlers- 1 bave had to get used In all
American* like Mamie's warm | Ms of climate*, and I bave kept
i"-. which is now eccefr- Y ,'C In everything but an igloo,"
ted as being as much a part of >U-_ recently noted.


i.ovsmwk I. oi maaa .s-k
aastassi J"i>" namsiii. saUmaia-.
Mnil i-i su-rd agai
(a nuaiMi
. .].i> mraiu . .. -
NHNBai hm laaroaaU si .ci-
.otn' M*v Kern more a-r -* "Bvr
,b. ,..u.l Bui i
.O...I irluiiMlinS ol aood
her as are hei
bangs.
week* ago when Mrs
Xiaeiibowoi wa* icvisitlng ai
amusement park in Denver. Colo-
rado. where she spent her child-
hood, she was approached by
stranger who asked if shr would
. picture with his two
children
A* me stood with tier arm*
around the children, some women
came up to her and told her they
wete proud to have ber and ihi
hi Dcnvri 1
Mamie held nut hei hand and |j
said. "I'm proud of my state for
Her sense of humour has often
helped ease a tense situation.
One of the stories told about [
erna a slip of the l
i.uli by Ambassador Joseph
i rew when he was extolling the
Milui's of General Marshal)
I .my.net. In proposing a tost.
the Ambassador became confused
i '.d declared that General Mar-
*'.all wanted nothing more than
o irffshurg with Mrs.
bower.
1 th. ju hence liurst into
ifhler. Grew hastened to apulo-
I W> "Ihe General"
Which Geiieiiil?" Mamie
backing up Ike at the vonven- I
lion.'' hi another o
Back in the fathering crowd a w.j Sncretary
w in.in whispered U. .. friend, r cnhnwci's, hi
"MumlrV going b. win Uli W Mamie gn
tion for Ike." rhe thought her
That i. of course, an exag- ' nipped to do.
aaraUon; but tlie fact reaiain* Mamie paused for
that Americans like Mamie's t en said: "He play
kind of woman. fcr 'Kl game of poker "
She I. i.ol too intelletlual fo* ll as reported that the Gen
them, noi too much of a "home- "
body."
Campaign speeches an Ifce'r
icimnsibility she nay*. Her h*
Is to play policeman with him
"I blow the whistle on him when
he stays up ton late, or threaten'
to blow his top." she says.
PIA/A THEATRE*
caslon, when the
v. as visiting the
started chatting
I asked her what
husband was nest
not quite n* amused by this
't as the secretary had been.
ivorld Coftvrtaht Reserved
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Cab- The Ita baa *st.
Tc D am,*rid- brought T*
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FWDAV. OCTOBER 24,
Hit
BARBADOS ADVOCATE
pace nan
N. ZEALAND OVERCHARGING BARBADOS
Protest To N. Zealand
Shipowners Demanded
IN A MEMORANDUM prepared and read at Wednes-
day's meeting of the Council of the Chamber of Commerce,
Mr. A. S Bryden drew attention to the "enormously hih
rates of freight" from New Zealand to Barbados, and the
"cross discrimination between the rates charged to Trinidad
and Barbados, and urged that the Chamber "forward a
protest" to the Overseas Shipowners' Allotment Committee
of New Zealand, and that the matter be drawn to the
attention of the Government with a view to their protesting
against such discrimination.
Mr. dryde.i delivered the____
Wdum in the Council under Gen-
1 Business. He said:
I wtih. Ihi.- afternoon, lo bring
the Attention of the Ctumbar
atter which I consider to be of
try great importance to every
*mber of the community I refer
(the rates of Freight which are
R! charged on Cargo moving
New Zenlnnri to Barbados.
wive here a list of the rate*
ll< h are currently being charg-
, both on General Cargo and on
rfrigerated Cargo, these rates
e already very high but notice
been given of a further in-
lase in the rates, which i< to
he into effect as from the 1st
fiuary. 1053. mid It will be seen
!l these increases vary between
i and 22% on General Cargo
(1 approximately fcd. per lb. on
RcfriBer'fd Cargo.
Trinidad Rates
', have also secured a list of the
t ol Freight being charged on
ui.i: cargo going from New
Zealand to Trinidad, and It will
be observed from the rate schedule
attached to this Memorandum that
the Barbados rates are enormously
higher than those which are being
charged to Trinidad For example.
nn an item such as Frozen Mutton
or Lamb the rate to Barbados Is
no less than 3t per lb. greater
than the rate charged to Trinidad,
while on Tinned nutter in Cases.
the new rates fixed for 1953 show
that whereas the Barbados rate
will be 334. Bd per Ton. thr Trin-
idad rate will bit 2A!t/6d. per Ton
-*a difference of B8/Jd per Ton.
which Is equivalent to slightly
over lc. per lb.
I first wish to deal with the gen-
eral question of the Increase in
rate which 'a being made both to
Barbados and to Trinidad as from
the 1st January nest it is gen-
erally felt by all interested par-
ties here that the rates already in
force were very high, and one can
only be shocked at the further
large increase which is being im-
posed. No douot the Shipping
Companies will claim that that
during] 'he peat yi-ar
have arjt shown very satisfactory
result*, hut it must be borne in
mind that there were serious ship-
ping troubles In New Zealand and
during a period of approximate!"
fix months little or no Cargo was
moving Furthermore, as time goes
nn there t a steady Increase In
the amount of Cargo moving to*"
New Zealand to the West Indies,
and there can be no doubt that the
overhead seat of operating will bo
greatly assisted by these Increased
shipment* There appear, there-
fore, to be strong grounds for pro-
testing vigorously against this in-
crease In * Freight rates.
I will now 4eal with the ques-
tion of the gross discrimination in
rate* betwee.i Trinidad and Bar-
bados. As Members are well aware.
freights from Canada and the
United Kingdom are approximate-
ly the same to Trinidad as to Bar-
bados, with the exception thm
during the last couple of yca.it
Stcamship Lines have imposed
extra charges on Cargo coWng
to Barbados on account of the
slow rate at which Cargo is dle-
chwraert herr. Even allowing for
the fact that the rate of discharge
In Barbados is appreciably slower
than in Trinidad and other PorU,
(here would seem to be no reas-
onable grounds for the much high-
er rates of freight being charged
nn Barbados cargo compared to
Trinidad cargo
Only Extra Charge
The Steamers which call at
Trinidad before coming to Barba-
dos are usually proceeding either
u> Bermuda or the United King-
i and, of necessity, have u> pass
that
ga
a lea* lo Barbados, so _
is only extr.i charge which has to
ha tiiK of Lighterage-to Barbados on gen-
eral cargo, which is not payable In
Trinidad on account of the Steam-
er* Iwing able to discharaa alooa-
v.de the Whai f. In the case of Cold
Storage Cargo, we are on exactly
the same basis as Trinidad as tfcc
freight charged is up te the poiai
when the cargo Is discharged over
Ihe Ship's side; the cost o( Light-
erage being for the account -Tthe
-oiisignee. ,md Is ther*f**e ot In-
< hided in the rnsl ** the freight
The mt. of lighterage on general
cirgfi l understand, amount to
SI 70 per Ton. which works OUt to
a very trifling amount per pound. ;
and which could have no bearing :
on the Large differential in the :
freight rate which is charged on i
Trinidad cargo compared to Bnr-
ndo cargo.
Full Particular*
J fee. ^hat this Chamber should
forward a protest to the Oversea*
Shipm rier*' Allotment Committee
IB Wellington, New Zealand and
that full particular* of this whole
matter should be forwarded to
Government, with a view to their
protesting both about the Increase
in the rale of freight and about
the gross discrimination between
the -ates charged to Trinidad and
to Barbados. 1 understand that the
organisation really responsible for
thi) whole matter is the Tosuiagr
Committee of the New Zealand
'.^inference Lines In London. Kng-
Ifind. and perhaps consider aUor.
might be ipvcn to approaching the
Assistant We-t Indian Trade Com-
GENERAL < \KI.O
.M*4l
I .* M> .
I'.-H Ck**>*
Ttowd Mwi.
TkineS Vt*HW..
VveS Oat
Tillb>W
I
SM-S
au *
l-M .1
an
aw 1
m i
|:
. Wr.irht less
I.
I t I IKi.l I; \ 1 I l> CARGO
M i'k mm 4i
.....-aa>r .
P-"*l Mution IT Laa
p.. 11*1.
p..rfc Las " i*kaa..~
SisssTTiiiiiiiiii
atai-on and IUni>
Buti.i la Una
Ctta*** oi Cnu-
Cawew in Tin.
.....
* sisad
,... tie.
r. M U
b. I UTIta) l
w m m
1 *J.h.
J ....(
I So
i -....
i atsiM
Bud
I:
I '' rates, and what is mar*.
i hen they are Increasing taw
rates '.hey undoubtedly ft*
the increase at a safe margin ae
that there is no poaslbiliiy of ate
steamship Company losing:
In the case of the laat Hew Zeat-
Steamcr, the sj. -CwnrntMC
-tie had to remain la BarbasVas
discharging cargo for three '
'td from the volume i '
! .volved It appears tki
ii.uet have bean dsaUiicUy-on 1
tlow side Whan it to borax* ^_
thai a big Steamer like tho
'CartafMgr* carrying about lio
I'issengers. incurs expenses at The
r tie of about 13,000 00 a day at
n be well understood that it is
i very serious matter If she is da-
ily delayed owing to the Ufa*
Hcharge of e;irgo, and the extra
its incurred will eventually be
"teed on to th.- public ofBar-
ICHM
Kits
t taw *#
l t-.rne id
I SlkM
J IUIM
; swiss
M ax..
In Touch With
Coastal SUfion
a T W M
W lb
I Too M m S
1 ib i iaa
T.-n w m ats/-
I.TD attviaa lhai that
' I1J.A ,.
Tun-lad rale, ara rial raw*, bul plu.
: Si par lo. hsnaims rtisrse.
IzSk
iv I
sIoiut in the United Kingdom
recently appointed.
Quite apart from thr various
tw further point in connection with
Ihe whole mailer hih needs ur-
s*MM conalderulinn Sometime ago
His Excel lencv tht Governoi.
- nan opening a Session of the
U'k vlature. referred to the slow-
rate of work in the Port and offer-
cil la i up a Committee, of which
he would be Chairman, to deal
with the matter Apparently it hag
not been possible to do thi- Imt
A.nneUs!. the whole situation U
-nil urgently IB net of BBaaxUon.
Great Harm
I wonder if the people of Bar-
bados tn general, and the I'ori
rkri ,'i particular, fully un-
derstand what a great deal of
imrm the slow working in the
Port is doing to the whole om-
-iiinlty 1 d.> not think it is fully
re;i)lned that Bill the extra ex-
penses tneurred in handling Car-
i:> in lliirlisdoii have to lie paid
for by every member of the ioni-
i'.unity, as tht Steamship Com-
p iniea pass on the costs lo Barba-
aps In the form of increased
"i eight rates, or extra Surcharges
winch tn the end have to be palti
bs the put-li in the coat off the
i;< ods they have to buy*. There is
j mistaken Idea that the Agents
ii the Steamship Companies, oi
the Steamship Companies them-
selves, will absorb these increased
BBB1 incurred in Barbados: this
is not so as every cent eventual!'
.. passed on to the public of Bar-
bados in the form of increased
ir n.irt*adoa Ca*M
[-.mmiImi Nurmmi uskkt.
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BARBADOS ADVOCATE
FRIDAY OCTOBER 24. IBT
BARBADOS.^ ADVOCATE
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.11-1-4 . Ik* Ai
Krietay, October 25. 152
lmi< \ !M .,.* Frimi Tin- Sirr-lNnJrnfrn|
Ml ago this October 24.
raost of th* world's people*.
Oin.uuh their gov
launched the greatest '1Tort
un4.\>: 1.11-:
..; :>...infill
osreant.es.
on Grndd> male. the interna-
world of intensive tlona. crime of ..cU aimed ai
between >t**'yina; "a natter al ethnical or
\0 IMtll.M.
TODAY is {Jailed Nations U-y and by a
r*ee it is aJr> the ....
rary of British rr^ndmiB' bf r;
Crown Colony In 1870. ^^^i
The growing interest which the United
Nations Assembly lit taking in colonies *a'
illustrated on Wednesday when Mr Hup
kinson. Minister Affairs delivered an address in defence of
British Colonial policy to the seventh
Assemblv which is now meeting in New
York
me years now. there have been,
in addition to the major cleavage between
the Wcstero Power* and Russia in the
Assembly, other majority grouptafta. The
small powers combine against the great
powers and powers without colonies are
of powers with colonial
Recognising this unexpected devtjlop-
rmnt within the United Nat'ons Asstiflbly
tfaa Times of October i4 states that it is
perhaps inevitable that the Assembly
.should be disposed to expend its heat on
. tjuefcUourr and notes that many oi
the memhor I I'nited'Natiolfc,
have been colonies in the past
But it is emphatic that tlift res^nsiblljj
tics of the United Nations in respect of coli
nial peoples are limited to the receiving of
information "reluh,f to economic, wcj:
and educational condition*. i' jl
A reminder of w>nelhiii-; which wouio
appear to be obvious is necessary btSaatlW
m recent vcartr auce/ajniite assemblies yi
the United Nations have become more ana
moie eager to mterlere in the .ijlajr:. ul
member-states which have n-sponslbilitu
for overseas territories. The Committee on
inTormatIn from ns)t>telf-goveniuig ter-
rttories of the United* Nations'has been
used as a platform for launching attacks
upon what is called "colonialism". Nothing
could be more fatal for, the development
of colonies than fhe transformation of
(fill cmmitlee into a kind of cola-
nfal council raodpllcd' on that of the
trusteeship council. Such n Council It il'
came into be-intf. would;.ev?n if it did not
actually set up headquarters in ever)
colony, become art-intolerable nuisance and
WbTilft ana k, Uir. paper and file burden:
which already retard the speed ef colooia1
admmi.stratiun
Tlie realisation that there arc membei-
states of the United Nations who believe
that prying and theorising of the kind thai
would result from the creation of a colonial
council would be beneficial to colonies such
as ours will come as a surprise to many
who have not been, following closely the
tendency in the United Nations to associ-
ate colonial status with "slavery". Thr
Committee on Human Rights has actuall)
gona so far in paeparing a resolution to
come before the present Assembly to pro-
pose that plebiscites should be held under
the auspices of the United Nations in noh-
self-governing apd trust territories. This
proposal is based on the claim* that "slavery
exists where an alien people hold power
over the destiny of a people'} I?hraseoiug>
of this kind is almost-sickening in Its inept)
tude; yet it ll the kind of phraseology to,
which we must become accustomed in the
British Caribbean if Great Britain docs not
take firm stand against those member-
states who propose these stupidities.
British failure in the Caribbean has been
precisely a failure to find like France. Hol-
land and the United States a formula which
would protect her Caribbean colonies from
the clumsy interference of those who in-
veigh against colonialism with only some
vague prejudices and a strong resentment
against colonial powers to mould their
opinions.
T '..ilure leaves the British Caribbean
exposed to attacks such as that made at the
conference of American state* in Bogota In
1948. when the retention of European coin
nies in the Americas was condemned.
The traditional British argument which
is put forward by spokesmen of Btitish
colonial policy when they stress that Cicat
Britain is concerned to lead colonial peoples
towards .selt-i'.overnnient and equal .status
as partners in the commonwealth falls fiat
if applied to an area where only British
Honduras could qualify in point of time
for such excuses. The British West Indies
are Britain's oldest colonies: they all poav
' leased far more representative constitu-
tions in the past than they all do to-day:
crnintf units was retarded by the n"
ringle blow ever struck in defence of
their speed of development into self-gov-
human freedom the abol.l.or. of slavery.
I] know these things in the Caribbean
we know that a solution is neeu- dl
present amorphous constitutional relatio,,
ihip with Great Britain. But we wiin
from the Ui
Nations in our internal affairs.
.-...., ..., ,-------- ----- - rearmaanem. i/inerene*'s oetween --* 'w* * e*j w
. worst together for last- ^^ USSR and other li facial group as men" punishable
inf peace r.d foe the economic ^weri have so far prevent*.! wh*th*r *<** responsible are ml-
asreerneni on atomic control
ii-,..",! tit However, the i
Dutarmamrnt rnmilloci is dis-
cusetnc every poaaibtbty of
HdvancemeTil of
r reaponalrj
. en of statea. pabl e officials
private individual* The Conven-
i now bind* St *tate* who have
so far ratified It.
nf peace
and sona
peastsi
Today it U nl> too clear tha:
On. CmvmUon In -.hi. fury has
been approved w*.ll. work I. go-
. . Far reecefal Sellleaaeal lag or, or, anoth., clhuli,
^Si ..... h,b ThMUh lull and fre. dlu- "~ > nU tl^'rd An txptn
TMl I. a .HuMion hKh t '"T^ UnJM lllcm. to,- *V un*i United N.lioiu u-
,uit be. mrmntt M' t mun " ' ","? SuVinlo 1H. !* " m<-* draft coda
ana .chm.o. II n do, a. u. th. op.: ->-; Jl^T^t J.^
CUI1.IK wiich appean in Il "* ot"'on and rMnUcl du-
inleraWd ftaurs brougrn into
I ,,.w.,. lo.aU/M ** ZuS vuwm which
, and u.. dance, of a .ojId > mcU ,v
war which m..y wipe out clvlli-
mBtm ; sai
failure* and telbsck., but Vlio P*r S"ch d,,8*^lon ***2 United Nations *ork'on world
gan.1 tmooth out utuaUooa such as the Mf^i ,|in|gMiiM riv
-__1^. ------ nl Smiiv *>.na-inai ir-
J B
Some idea ot Um scope of othe
perstsSftst effort We see cool rmooui oui suauooa wen will probte .j be gathered
ipnning and some achievaeaent *"* eases of Sovtel troop* from > mere lam-.g o* sublecU on
lmort every fleld coUec- b-"n- f French and British troops wh^ Uoiaul rfiiloos bogies are
Tiva ssrurit). peaceful settle- " Syria and i-*bnori and. to now at work. Th- includes forced
meat economic, social, cultural f/J"^*
ana humanitarian
estem.
work, the pro- block*(1fj1
gtags of dependent peoples and ,B _, p~iine
Ue building of a world, system United tt
<1 Uw. ff***1 ,ln
However, these are only the flort ' -
Sift steps towards goals never m*m oi Ult**
The IMS
BerUn labour, slavery. :he protection of
trade union rig**.- housing, pep-
and Kashmir. jUtion studios, m.grtion. rehab-
NaUons madaaUon sue- .iiUfon of the handicapped. traaV
flghting. The settle- and :he tieansnent of offenders
[ eon- rrevenoon of discrimination, pro-
brt.c ,..ch. rim.' and work ** m ,,_ '^gj, >~"~. &*<
. man, ,.... ,. r~d.d to J2JZ*~" ,^Xb toTOpIIM N.-.on. adm,n,.,m
tnf rtmirr maximurr protector^f all
countries
Then i< another basic fact we ^* -,
must rem mber. The OtrfM Rf^ ^ ln^**!M' ^ -..
K Safl apart After thorough rtudy of aU the
from peoples and govemr.ients. ^nl*r**1*
'.methlnr. which, of itself, wil! Nataoas
a-Wishes. We thr peo- 'oc,,rJl,,n ^*l,U" ^bf*
,u ,-| (he world and < has become an independent stale.
involved, the United
settled the future ot
For Humanitarian N'eeeH
L'noer t'nitec Nations leader.
hip more than une million reli
Unlttd Naucoa. Th. orsan.^.., '" i"1.P.nd.no.: nd ,._---------*
., the inrtrummt oi w ,1] and t"''!*, wU1 '"" T
.or Inlrlliiincc. *-'; ''
_ War war. r^jalr
all or raeliwc In 1BS1 u. In-
Lmalional R.r..^ OtgantzaUon
round up bul L'niled Nauoni
mint maR. ih. iull.il >I um .."f. SLSZSSL^^' ~~- b^*D ""* mM l"*1 *""-
-. a,
I fbUiusl mild up c(.ll^-
0. lo diacouras. or
ilppr... artt ol arrrard a(jrr-
w<. r- mi: .xp:.
p.acful ajnln.rrt of
bataratJI po"r si%al
.mall. We mual nrdoubl.
>.t b.m actra upon.
. . For World Protprrilv
ir.nu and volui/.-ry urganiul^on.
lor lh conllnuin. Artlm of r.fu-
av.a. In July jail a convention
on the ftatui u! reftaj.es wu
adopted under '.'mice Nation,
auapice. the mo.', comprehensive
hanar ev wr::ten or. the right.
United Nations bodia. a/ork
'ontinually on th. economic and
octal problems of our ini I tai- __
nfdl interdependent world. The of refuw
ffort. to help the majontj of General Aiaamblv and the Eco. The United Naiions Interna-
:,umanit. .t.fl I -ied nomlc and Social Council are lb. tlonal Ch:ldren Emerienc. Funo
to achieve decent forum, wfcci. nation., nch and helps in feedli.a. clothing an.,
.laodards of living poor, may discuss thnr needs welfare service. :or over go .tiiii-
<>' l/.e*. tasks, w. must con- freely and work in the common Ion children u all parts of the
Eut the purposes of the interest of all peoples. Behind world^ rood, BngfcftaT. and some
Nations, nil of them, are In. Council are eeveral .apci. aaaialance haw ceen provided loi
fiiglaHa,j and prac.ical. th. fell groups, regional commissions in "** refugee* of :.sluing in Pales-
Midi of humanity n.H vmonary three great geographic ai.a. and "_'*, A Ijrge or.^iiatlon for th.
deal.. Let us tl.er.Iui. chensk th. Sarrvtarun which already '' *"' '" nation o. Kur.a
..tlona: co. ruu accumulated lirunens. m- "'J'f "b,"tao and is already
.Jpi'ltioir which strengthen, th. formation and research The r^".-' .. ,
ml.,! Nations Council work, clcajely with the >" "U tlii tenaion of our
.^.,. amid conflict, and United Nation. Specialized A..n- h'n,m5! '"= :'''" SS"''"
,.,. w. n th. Unlttd "" >" cot-uK. irjporUnt ^?d Ijlr^u^ ^uf^ed r)a
nation, mo... than ever. Let us nor.-gov.rnm.nul organizations. 'on, stive It .very (rouble support, Tlu' "* Ikr-rea.hlni ""n w befor. to mnory
rot only on Unlnd Nations Day PPratus .v.r devised for inter- . Fmr Ppagaea. of DgberMlen.
bul In the day. and year. fJhMl.. rtMIMjl and sociak, PmI
uting stcunty.
E*fv.n territories are now tin-
ier United Nat.^ns trusteeship.
itional ecoBOml. and sue
if art do. w. can in our co^ip.ration. works to evolvi
(-nfetlmc build firmly for a world """" PoIkict and pr
der of universal peace and 1'roaranimea.
J? J"S ,?K"M5'1 Problem Ula Their several aoministeruig au-
UlSted Nations give concentrated thontie. raoort yatemat.cally i ,
HHilll.UlllTS Of UXITHI attention-the poverty of ov.r half the Triuteeshto cosine I whlcn
NATIONS M'OKK 7T.i",'2!J j?fS-*'Um.'"""*'- "tudie. aral dlKusses In. reports
developed countries A sun has in the light of charter objectives
.". For f ollrelive Securil, 12 ,K1adrh.w|'.^,l?,Sif' *"": " " oo>nlc. pobtical .no'
lb. United K Tea^i.i^d17;." il S..*' "V,'. ggSSgy of the 20
i. to Uke effective 7ZJ2ZS ,! ,5^,,f^ '.* SllUe lnh"",*"u 1" addition.
an-l'Te':,.,,... Ttb, - KaETbeen"'^ hetp" ^ ^^,'^^0.
*m ..am,, e in hlMory of col- thoujand feilowahip, , acbol- which cottBBTofan mu~u-n-
TOllUrv measures by an armlp. have been provided In ber of lrrdruibnS. and no"-
international orsjanuustion. The thu United Nations programme aslrninialerln. sum ih. fneeX
aetMr, a. <-ndocLb, mt developed and umtor-carvelopM to U^r?sSer^lto?Ts;.
MemiH, atoHa bul. opposed by countries are eu.ua! pannars m a. detastod riccmmersdatioru
he. liSSM, and th. People, eftort whldh ,U bjsrll Iha A. to noo-^U^rwemlng terri-
Demcracles. Th. United SUM both. < tars* ** wltlun Ihi TTustteihip
took the lead and has borne the But more than technical skill is Syatem. their .drain stertiig au-
brunt ot the .uffarinc and sacn. reeded ui order to develop Indus- Utoiitles report annually to th.
Sc llu', 2J stata hav. partlcl- J- rimdernlr. agriculturt .- Gtrarral Assembly which, throuarh
paled and 40 have glean ol,kv'nUJ*d,,,r*ourcM. T** ">> special comimttM and in us tS
.rusunic and nruuicul support... S!y" 65.fi1 'iflU". *?"**: binary sessions, spprau,, th.
The tieneral Asaembi^ has _*IJJd^foreign. Th. International progress .a.nM ^
aosatedly decluM that IU 1. 5SSt^R*12nTS^ **Pj; "" ">* -** whole is
purpos. is to r.p.1 assjjrniso,, J, JKS'.J"" n^SluJrSS, T" """ "" 'nttrMt. of
and lo h^p by peaceful nM '*? '"" X^2lS^S^LSk *??* """* "* Mnber
>.. .stobluh a unined. independ- ,'"',ete ,L*rTtZl IZmVFSl *""** h*" '" opportunity to
call and democratic iKrea. UoriTtod^wora to Ji^ H.Z contrlbuto to th, profrew of
Jaoanwliile an tn.iv. orifaiu. J, """"* "'" eec'Pl who have not yet wlu.v.d
zaUor, for Koregn relief and "*"" Mlf-fOVCTlm.
^."TlrcTdyl. worT. "* "" Fr ***"' *"*"" For A World B 1. ....
M^d^",e.rptoe.CSe. cj..n.^'"i 'rim^SXSlSS '- ^ragd, and the Con-
lorcas and oUtntKUlUa? at th. ""m.nt of th. RUhts of Man. *.nllon he Statua of refugee.
UMau. f the sS-uriM*rtrne.l ' l''v>raal Declaration oi '. bi .Itiel tr.aliw wKlch add to
nee*. T to co!" """an Riht, Thto VlutoM nf "" ^ " l"t.rnatlon.l conduct
''"" chievem.m lor .11 people, is rostutaled by law. United Nations
Iready making iU influence felt JT"* "' bi*** conventions and
the others yet to be completed
.o public opinion. *"c\ Ijos. on human rlghu.
Uus pu.pow has y.t been Further measures lo ensure thai ''*fdom of information, th. polit-
'lgotjated. | mea. minimum rlgtils are really ';'*' "Khl. of women and narcotic
The General Assemblyagain guaranteed are now being worked arua*s. adds continually to Inter-
by great majority and against the upon and. in th. process world national law So too do th. judg-
BftaTI of the U.S.S.R. and the attention is drawn to the need for btOWto OI th. International Court
yaopl..' Democractoa has ar- reapectsng "the dignity and worth ' Justice, principal judicial organ
i anged to meet In emergency of the human person." December " ,ne United Nations. Th. Court
esrlca, .hould there be a breach 10. the date of th. unanimous *to0 k1**" mnslderM advisory
of paaca ot act of aggression on paasage of the Declaration of th. 0Pln'ns on .cveral problems of
*hlch Ihe Siirlty Council is 0n.ral Assembly. Is eriebrated u" "V*."i>.;neutlon
unable to act because of the Human Rights Day.
vote" A Collective Measure, T ,, ,ulu. , womcn me Zo*
omnuttee at work Planning vnited N.Uon. has devoted special v.lopmcnt of International lc
in. principle, and method, of attentlosj urging recommendation. Thua the long-term task of
collective action A Peace Obser- gc^rerrunenu. drafting a cov- building up a world rule of lav.
< ...nriu^sion has been sen .nant on political rlghu. and sys- through conventions, judgments,
pott in the event of any t.matlcelly ievi.wlng progress to- authoritative expositlona and cod-
.Ituatlon developing. wards equal rights for men and ideation is being pursued syltc-
1 sense of woman. matlcally.
pups Becauaa of differences w-
u.. ..... n h- m.i .k. ...c. already making its influence lelt
TufV? H fe. eH^f.ih >n oonslilul..m.. togtalatlon. court
ft4.' P?.W'"- iraement for deci.lon,, and public opinion.
United NaaVans Commission
mt leg^L authorities is at
the coeSfKation and dc-
Thei.
be no
Our Readers Say;
Prirv of Rum
To. Trie Editor. TV Advotoie,
SUa-Thls Is a cans.- that really
needs .i*isI.ii. and 3 wrong that
roally needs resistance We, an
Striving shopkeepers, aro faced
iltli j problem of running eur-
etyca mu- chancery v. ith this new
'laborate and unfair rise In the
. hoh-?.ilt- prices of liquors
Just let IM Ima0ln> buroing ir.OTe
cas and getting less miles: It Is
fieflnttely mi according to what the
liquor merchiints are Issuing
xiuiid tiut Is. to sell a pint
..oUlr of run) for fttU'. against the
price of 54c.. when It
1 pkee[M.-r 16c. more on
ih bottle wo buy from the
'wholesale merchants.
Sit. I shall 1m- gTateful If you
outd publish ihi* lettej
Q tin* Interest ..f every rum re-
tils isliind. and by l.ikimr
. pries of SV-2 aglrutt
Uh prSSSTd DTM "f 16.60, ll ii Jear
<.r everyone to set- thai
t oSri Is uoeconumic.
U.ADINc; KHOI'KXF.PER.
St Phi llu.
Local GbvemmwHt
To. The Easfor. The Adoocote.
SIR.Thft llou-. of A-isembly
has )ust hobbled up the Bill mak-
ing provision for local government
in a heller ikelter manner and
sent It to the laegiclative Council.
The taxpayer, of the island hardly
umierftand what has been done
and the Council has been treated
with scant courtesy for It can
hardly be expected that the Coun-
cil can fo through the Bill in two
month) when the House was con-
sidering il for over a year. Thank
God. the Council is brimful ot
strong and firm men wilh wide
and varied experience Integrity
Sad inlrlliKei.ee. The Bill should
be treated as it deserves.
DISGRUNTLED.
Public Lollrry
To. The Editor, The Adeocale.
sill Instead of increasing tax-
es and the price 0/ gasoline, etc. to
finance their Five Year Plan why
does not the Government run a
series of National Lotteries?
In 'his way the money would
be raised without incxeaslnK the
cost of living.
I suppose some of our worthy
ciUtens will object that
National Lottery is immoral, but
I cannot see why. We already
hav* a type of lottery, run by the
Turf Club, numerous raffles are
conductedeven by the Polic
and a National I.ottery would be
nothing new sine* most European
t.'onduct them.
Yours eur.,
JOHN DAI.F
fni/iroi'-nirnt
To. The Editor. The Advocate.
SIB.I should like to suggest
an improvement which would be
beneficial to all patients In the
Hospital. Perhaps arrangement?
could b* mad* for the selling of
postage stamps tn the premises
by one of the least busv of the
Hospital employees.
This is a service which would
be beneficial to the public
authorities and to the patients.
I understand th.it sometime ago
a lady used to walk around the
wards selling st.unps and other
articles A service such as I have
suggested should be definitely
provided for an not left merely'
to the sympathetic thought of an
itinerant vendor.
WILLIAM RATKWA.na.l
NAGUIB WANTS
HELICOPTERS TO SMASH
EGYPT'S DOPE RINGS
By THOMAS CLAYTON
CAIRO. October 1952.
ALONG the Middle Easts secret drug-
smuggling routes veteran traffickers in hash-
ish and opium are saying "The liger has
unsheathed his claws again."
They refer to Egypt's General Naguib
who has threatened to have all convicted
drug smugglers publicly executed against
the two to three-year jail sentences they
used to get in the old days.
Gen. Naguib stated this after he read a
report recently showing that drug smugglinn
in Egypt was on the up and up and that the
dope runners he hunted as a frontier patrol
captain twenty roars ago were makin.
bigger fortunes than ever.
He summoned 52-year-old Brigadler-G
eral Abdel Aziz Safwat from his office in 1
mosque's shadow on the perimeter of Cairo',
bazaar area to the Residency.
"What can we do to stop this smuggling"
asked Gen. Naguib Replied Safwat, head o:
the Anti-Narcotic Administration for al
Arab countries "Get some helicopters "
The smugglers are employing adventurei
airmen, some from Rommel's desert ai
force, to flv in the drugs to oasis landin
strips. There the drug shipments art
switched to camels or limousines; the drug!
are in six-inch aluminium containers, which
camels are made to swallow or in whiu
sacks packed in welded compartments in tht
limousines.
Now a dramatic- illustration of his heltcop
ter suggestion has come in a report from ont
of the frontier posts. It described hou
three of Safwat's officers, from an airplane
spotted a smugglers' caravan 80 miles easl
of Ismailia
ROUGH LANDING
The Egyptian Air Force pilot risked a
landing on a sandy strip punctured witl
boulders so that they could arrest the smus-
glers.
One officer was catapulted from the air
plane and injured in its rough landing.
Commented Safwat: "That would not havi
happened if they had been in a helicopter
like the ones I saw in New York when I wa
making my report to the United Nation
Drug Commission.
"At present my men patrol the oasis land
ing spots by camels and jeeps. They coul.
do it much more efficiently by helicopter.'
He added that he wants more electron].
detectors for frontier posts for checking 1
metallic drug containers are in camels
stomachs.
On big-scale maps in his office he trace,
the smuggler routes from Istanbul throuj;!
Aleppo down into Syria and the Lebanoi
and across the sea and desert to Cairo.
The drugs fall into two classes: Mac
drugs including opium and hashish growr
in Syria and the Lebanon and used b
Egypt's fellaheen; white drugs like cocain
and heroin from Istanbul for the richei
Egyptians.
The Lebanon is thought to have some
15,000 acres of hashish growing illegally.
VAST PROFITS
And smuggling these drugs brings vast
profits. Black drugs bought in their countn
of origin for 15 per kilogramme bring 8L
in Cairo; white drugs like cocaine, bought in
Istanbul for 500 per kilo, bring in 6,000
The report sent by Safwat to Gen. NaguiL
records methods used by recently caugh'
dope-runners including: opium stick-
attached to the silken tassels of gaudy Arab
horse saddles, drug-filled galvanized iror
drums sunk near oases, waterproof sacki
attached to fishing nets of dhows
Describing a recent raid at Alexandria, it
mentions* "Attached to a letter in Greek
was a torn half ten piastre (2s.) note, torn
in half; one half for the carrier and one for
Ihe receiver as means of indentiflcation.
Safwat, chunky with a cleft chin and grey-
ing moustache, looks the tough, purposefu
harrier of the dope-peddlers But why 'Tiger
Naguib?
Among Naguib's decorations is a silvei
medal war awarded for capturing five tctugh
smugglers in 1934. He was on patrol in th<
Sinai desert with a tracker, a bedouin who
can follow footprints across sand, when hi
saw smugglers encamped.
The General put his army cap and tracker
burnous on the rocks. He left the tracke<
sniping at the group while he worked fron
dune to dune behind them. Then he fire,
his pistol and shouted for surrender.
The smugglers thinking themselves sur-
rounded came out. In recommendation for
the medal Naguib's commander wrote: No
smuggler can escape from the tiger claws
of Captain Naguib.
Spurred by Gen. Naguib's anti-dope drive.
Safwat's men are already becoming more
active.
Recently Egyptian coastguards at Alexan-
dria announced that a patrol had captured
four men trying to smuggle in 2,000 milo-
grams of hashish and opium. They valued
the haul at 400,000.
The coastguards said the gang belonged
to the most powerful ring in the Mlddlr
East
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FRIDAY. OCTOIJKR 21. im*
Coronation Committee
Formed In St Thomas
THE ST. THOMAS VESTRY ut their meeting yester-
day appointed the Board of Guardians comprising tho
Churchwarden, Mr. K. S. Sandiford. Mr V. E. Heeves and
Mr. D. L. Gill, a Coronation Committee with power to co-
opt any others who might be ol assistance to them.
The Vestry received tin- hall - -
year's return of Expenditure on .
Poor relief up to September 25. Il vuminnfinn
1952 which -mounted to 5.J.C42 ^AlUIl .IlUl IOI1
23 as compared with ill.liXoi _
for the same period lait year lwciiliw
The Vestry alnu considerod :ip- IlLSUllO
plications for Tax Relief.
Under General Business, the Following are the results of
Churchwarden told the Vestry the.Q.C.E. examination, for the
25L?.nXl'S tE0*1?? f "* TS Coleridge and Parry School, 1952.
surrounding the Alimhouse had
lailen due to the recent heavy Armstrong, E. H. V.Literature
rains and would therefore have and Malhematic.
10 J* >*Piced Blanchette.- J. E. C English
The Vestry decided lo have the Language. Literature. English HU-
maiter fixed as early as possible torv Latin, French Maths.
5?.i. "fTS"?' iSfk WOUld Brl"s- A L.-EngH.h History,
be dug to lead off the storm Latin
water- Hritiur
Members present were: Rev. I'
C. Shepherd (Chairman;, M
BARBADOS ADVOCATE
PAGE FIVE
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Loses Suit Ki.eps Waterfront Busy
\ the P#"v n*hl Cm" .if mt
Police Band
VI Hneks Tonight
In the Petty Debt Oourt
Bridgetown >esUTd-> 11.
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plaiatiff Carlylr B
na.i. a.. Aiichael a nons-
ense wh..-h he bmugr-
Bill Ford* a labourer of Black
-King tho
CVuit |o ..ward him S 10*. 7d
fnun ui.' defendant Ina plain-
tiff acetfjtod Qm ow-auit, athtks
-i,l ,1.1ml liability.
clawing) ihjri
paired a cart for Forde at Forde <
request and S 10s. ?d. ,- ..w.-i
TWO SCHOONERS, 0n motoi vessel and one ateam-
l'HAI* MAIU-H
TV,- c>fifmi ... ih.
UAPCH .YMI'IU>Nh
A pniKr i mv to *>iit all

ig.it"* ronci '<% which
. arrived > the colon* y^ieiday'fronT v*raiL~iwrD ; 'v "' b pl" *""'"'
1I Mhooncn, Gardenia W. and Turtle* Dove arrived fiom
id. while the motor vessel, t a rib bee hailed (rom
Dominic., These three .ess*.* are consigned to the
rVnocinUon The steamship. Trya.
i IK i ne urived from Si Lucia with
tie Lainnd
II p-.tt on We.ni. sday
< an hbe* increased th. hi fcr Venezuela Th*
roarf vntcrdav mornim ixrlved here with a quantilv of
io of fresh ftun cauv\, oil for the Bniish Union Oil
( dealers Company from Cartntja under toe
mand of Captain E H. Ooe.
ii..
I M.I IH.MINI. REPAIR*
to hun bv I." ||
Eera Pile a witness for B. s invaded the
aid that while he was at the ,r>',n **** ,h*" *-
plaintiffs house he saw the de-
SSSBMA>'ihl ^i-ir,,mTl"'/,lf''r" '""* ""'""'""f "' rtiflctol The launch -Saa prince- -inch
SS Un.'L ihP i^? ?'"" ? ,n"urr " nwd .n lower wag ...imaged m an accident with
IhLr!ri^- J P^tifl lo repair ,, 10, of ,nr wharf, where the one of the hfc-bosU ollh, Fren. h
T.*V n'm nd lh*' "" ** I'mng up of lorries from the I iner -De Grassr" when it was
going to bt. Lucia and when he %-nrii.us plantations would not Un- 1 her*, is now under going
returned he would pay Wtatt prtofl pede Uie course of other traffic repair! jnd a complete jvar-
K. S. Sandiford (Churchwarden).
. D.Scripture. Eng-
lish Language. English History
Rrorae, R. T.Scripture. Eng>
Honble J Mahnn. MIX, Mr. '" Language. Literature. English
J. H. Thome.. Mr. W. T. Gooding, ""^y. Latm. Maths.
Mr A. E. Cave, Mr B. E. Reeves. Collymore. I. E> Scripture.
Mr. C. M. Collins. Mr. B. A. Wat- Literature. Latin, French. Maths.
son, Mr. D. L. GUI. Haynes. J B.Scripture. Eng-
----------------------- lish Language, Literature. English
, w-x History. Latin, rrench.
Hon. Dr. Jagan Jr^Z"-""'" **' "^
b I -- Jordan. D. R.Scripture. En|-
JLWU IWUU8 HIMory. Latin. Frnch. Milhi.
.. Lavine. G. A.English History.
Seawell, Oct. 23-Hon. Dr curt- PhllUp., F t-EnIL. History
HI Jagan. MI. C. British Guiana, Latin.
arrived her, last mht by B.WIV PhUUp.. R A.Scripture. Enj-
on a Wo-wtek visit durum which H,h Laninuuj.. unralur.. Enj-
r ia i2sr/ffi; : ^asn ^ss- Eng
Sa^ro^^rT^
frTmer'-Guest'eHoui.,Ue*t ^ JSS!^ ^ -Scripture.
Dr. Jagan said that -the political ^ t*f?n*Urg\'- L,ler"lunr-
situation in British Guiana is d<~ B^"*h History Latin.
Sloping into u Peoples' Movement Sprtnger, N. H.Scripture, Eng-
d his parlyThe Peoples' Pro- l" History, Latin.
tressive PartyU looking forward Stevenson. P. H. V.Scripture.
to gaining a majority at the Literature. English History. Latin,
iBoming Gfnernl Elections which French.
*U1 be held under adult sunVugn Thomus. E. A.Scripture. Latin,
fcr the first time In that colon v. Maths.
;. SpeakinK on the recent rice Waterman. R. R. Scripture,
*ort:.go In nrithth Guiana. Hon Latin.
Dr. Jagan naid- "We in British Yearwood. G. DeLScripture.
Culona suffer from chronic short- English language Literature
ge of manv items produced English History, Latin, French.
Jiica.lv. and this is due to a large Maths.
rxtent to mis-mnnagement or -
ffairs In the colony." OKDINARY LEVELPARS LIST
----------------.------ Barbados Evening Inatltate:
the plaintiff had rixed for' tfte
repairs.
Porde told the court thai
March hut cart broke down ,n
Chapel Gap. A man by the name of
Cadogan helped him t. carry the
cart to Best's place. Real repjlrwi
the cart and he paid him 1 '0 7.
Since that repair he had sold
hi* horse and left the cart at the
plaintiff's place. He went to St
Lucia and when he returned thr
plaintiff notified him that ho owed
him money for a second repair, line
He never gave the plaintiff i
Ktructions to repair the cart
second time.
itiK tho whurf-nidr. The un-
'
ui William Henn -
t irihSeF. there were
Vig their
n c I u d e d the'
lAi] \crlrrn anateh t*M

and copra which it hrought to '!.*
island on Wednesday.
ARRIVAL OF VFSSU.S
haiilu
ted out
111!
The work is being car-
.it a. b rta near the
men I Cfsns.
:. br>-.
u IM i "he o**%..
hito ia# '".. I* i"r.J
' IWSH oVtSTltl
Tf* MM rh.ie U...
i vrsMNpr vaijut.
Wi* Wwiwr. na Sons Mnw
s utJcnuN
MMMIM Ol mi* KrrtMr' lnna-n
I. m-M MUSIC
S.is P m> Nnil Dwthaii
|>m#u* !"* a4oi rralnrad by (h-
MM IHSh Tenor John Mr<
: sci ami...-
MrijjlaBT rsrt.-, jn,.**.*
OOO SAV TUF i it '-
iui.il repairs of the
Hi- launch "Cviimt' are com-
teted While on dry flock, the
Cygnet" underwent general all-
round repair* and repainting.
'IH IMKK
CASE ADJOt RNFU
Danish Vessel
Due Tonight
The Danish liner MV Kir
Men.' second of the TDTUl I'1"
to arrive htrr within two (POMS,
is due tonight. The find to arriv."
was the "Olga Torm."
Theae ves*eln trade bflwe:i
Buenos Arre and New York. Oi
,_ lb arrival H will discharge fi.HTi
a to 'hat of the repairs. This schooner arrived in bags of suir flour meal and .!>
the colony over three weeks age bags of Unseed meal The WJ
from M.irtiniquc While on dock flour meal is cuisigned to Mcsir
..-nier also underwent a llanschell larsrn & CO, Ltd
nl lob Jivd returned '-o the The vetsel is undci (In- e en
watT yesterday "looking I ke mand of Capt. E. A KtmiLtn
. ,.tni itx net tonnage | 1.270 ton-.
To lighten
your SUp
and your budget
. . wonderful
Aristoc tmtm$:
Th eh oner 'Marls
The scnuuner Mary E. Cara- ""' "" '"* vesterda
was also unloadni" ib. catfa, mg, alia* undergOinj
h
Lady Naelren
Stella1
Kb
Caribbean May I..-i
It H>-t In Todfiaui
Goat Gives Birth
Tw Five Kids
A goat owned by Newton Mas-
toll of Edge Pond gave birth to
live kids on Tuesday. 21st Octo-
ber about 10 a.m. The unusual
Incident brought many spectators
lo the spot. However about four
hours after two of the kids died,
hut the remaining three are yet
healthy. This is the first litter of
kids for the goat.
STKANGE BIRDS
Stnqt.the heavy rainfall during
last week, strange birds can be
seen frequently flying "to and
tro." On Tuesday over two dojen
strange birds were seen on the
ttlge of a pool near Mt. Prospect
Plantation. The birds have
curved beaks and blue feet and
are of a dark-grey colour.
DAMAGED
Part of the cemented gutter-
Way which has been put down
fly the Highway Commissioner
along the roadside at Sailor'*
Gully, was damaged by ttie rain
which fell last week. This gutter-
way Is the only passage for water
tomlng from the windward dis-
tricts of the parish.
Salvation Vnuy
Official Afrrives
. A new arrival to the Colony
yesterday by B.W.I. Airways for
* week's stay, is Brigadier Con-
tance Sharpe. Financial Socre-
ry of the Salvation Army in
r Caribbean area. Leaving Ter-
ritorial Headquarters, Jamaica on
the 2nd Inst.. Brigadier Sharpe
has visited Haiti, Curacao. British
Guiana, and Trinidad, conduct-
ing Audits and o'Jier Army
business. She will carry through
I similar programme here. A
Ivatlonlst welcome was accor-
ded her In the United Holiness
Meeting, at Reed Street Bridge-
town last evening;, at which she
delivered the Bible Address.
Abrahams, R. E. (French, pure
Maths).
Archer. R. A. D. (English. His-
tory, Rcl. Knawledga, French).
Barrow, y. H. (Spanish).
Blackett. C. N (Latin).
Callender. W. (History. Rel.
Knowledge. Latin).
Clarke, P. A. (Freneh).
Collymore M. D. dfrgush).
Cumberbatch, B. E. (History,
Latin. Spanith).
Gooding, M. M. (History).
Greenldge, G. L (English i
Ildmbiin. N. E. (Pure Matha).
llutson, C. K, (Geograph,. His-
tory).
M:>rsh|, m*LM+n\ French).
Neblett. S. Vr (English. His-
tory, Latin, Pure Maths).
Nelson, G. E. (History. Latin,
Pure Matha).
Shepherd. D. C. H. .(French).
Thompson. C. P. '('En v lish.
Latin).
Combermere Sohoal:
Crlchlow. H. E. (Latin, French)
Ooring. L. F. (English. French).
Johnson. C. F. (English, Latin.
French).
Newton. K. H. (English, Latin,
French, Pure Maths).
Sandiford. B H. bi (English.
Latin, French, Pure Maths.)
Sandiford, K. A. (toflUsh.
Latin. French, Pure Maths).
Barrow. K St. C. (jGaograph..
Pure Maths).
Broom**, V. H. (Bnghsh.
French).
Clarke R L. S. (Re). Knowledge,
Latin, French, Pure Matha).
Francis, U G. (EnghWi, French.
Pure Maths),
Henry, C. G. (Geography. Re-
ligious Knowledge).
King, N. M. (Geography).
Lokey, V. A. (English, Geo-
graphy, French)
Maxwell. W. W (French).
Osborne, K. A. (Geography
Rcl Knowledge. Latin).
Parris. D. O (Rel. Knowledge).
Parns. D. St. c. (French).
Spencer, W. A. (Geography.
Rel. Knowledge, French),
Walcott. C. A. (English, Geo-
graphy, Latin. French).
Bulk , in t
; Dooktraca i
Wiilrn's.laj
Similar work WSJ being carried
ui, ,_-. M_ M !__ ul on the M.-hooner Mary M.
... ihl EEnJlZJL fJim L""" Which U 'till iirloadmg its
n the Pet > Debt Court of Bridge- ,w ,,,, f (argo which It
town yesterday adjourned until brotMtolK lalhnd fiwm BrMJ
November 13. the case in sfbiefi (;..,,., Saturday momlng.
plaintiff Selbert Layne of BriUon's
Hill, St. Michael is claiming '" >hr Innet 4'nrecnagr. activity
damages to the amount of 3 termed arOQnd the schoonet
10'- from Fred ScoU also of "' Davldaon which was un.
Britton's Hill, St. Michael loading its cargo of rice, charcoal NEW YORK.
Application for an adjournment "d ""'*'"'* which it brought to Mr. Godfrey MacDonald, vice-
was made by the plaintiff's tfent. ""' '^i""1 '"'" Hll,,-h Ouiano president of the U.S. Grace Line,
on Wednesday morning. Ix>rrie> j , predicted that there will be
I im ii 20/- ivci" drawn up alongside the nn increase In the number of
r- i ui i sehooner from an earl) hour >es- u S tourists to the Caribbean
r'JK".*1***. terday iworninc, u.uIihk thair during the coming season.
tmn at im.vliiK their ro>pecttre*
Ttuii-i altrarlions have Ix-eu
dre tor extent thUt formerly, as
local Government* have come lo
its cargo of fresh fruit. reallM- the Importance of tour-
hlch numbered *M casks and un, in lne|r national economy''
crates the Carlbbee also brought ^r, M..cDonald said.
i cargo of M bags of cpr.i. 3
nsks of lime Juice and 28 rum "Along with the increase m
the island. The vessel pleasure trips to the Cadbbean
hi< h i- undet the command of ami South Ameilca, Mr. Mac-
Cnptaln B. Gumbs, i. consigned Dn;.ll said, "there is also hcav-
As Ii leaves port
for Boston
I.ocal agents
Plantation Ltd.
i Sunday night
are Messr
1 SmI m. m kwssa n mm
bMObful ajlMM by AriMoa. wKo w* (psnAliMa
llr Tlwtr pnB atra ilnoM
hMMrUUr k>. but Umu vskM m high ...SI high (J
* apaaif* lK* UMar mi-l-U m
wUariion. TlMr* * Mi Mm M a*ho awry bmhmI bbod -b rj
. e*r" *s- >-i>'i~* >< m
gM IWIIll BMM * <|
the aristocrat of stocking
Rigiplh l of the cargo.
mi mi i; < ARGtl
His Worship Mr.
Police Magistrate of District
yesterday lined Cosbert Gaskln i
New Orleans, St. Michael, 267-
payable in 14 days or one month's
imprisonment for having a quan-
tity of metal in his possession
without a certificate on October
23.
The case was brought by Police
Constable 38 Marshall of the
Bridge Police Station.
Marshall arrested the defendant
on~Probyn Street with the metal toXtob&MB^eZnm
in his possession. hun
1 FINE
R.G. Eiiitor On
Holiday
SEA WELL. Oct. 23 Mr. F 11
Sc-1-t'uiin Editor f the DnM1
Argosy, Mrs. Seal-Coon and Kv
were also arrivals from British
Guiana \esterday evcr.lng. Th >\
Vrfll lo guest- lit Aquatic Cout
during their sta\ of three **.
St. ClaK Adolphus Taylor '
of Bank Hall, St. Michael was
found guilty by His Worship Mr.
C. L. Walwyn yesterdliy of'the
unlawful possession
beer on October 23.
HillMiS M Ml i;
FLOtTR; oats and pnalcd meat
wwre in.. BfeJaf llotnt ol the i-amo
of (he ileamshlp Trya which ar-
i...v t rlvrd ln i morntoi
box or fl1tm s, l,.^^
mercial travellers by the opp-ir-
lunlllea arising from a mounting
,.f inter-Amcii.;iTi |TBSM
^uela and Colomhi;. h.ive
Iwen heavy buyen ol
I'S .iKisamrr srtlele* and are
-_ now taking more of our capital
The vesw i which tT^t. khan ever before as n re-
^..l.. the ( mmand of t ..plain nlll of the esUiWlshmeiit of local
.i j ... Katieatrom, is consigned to Da hvdro-elactrif tsitnU and new m-
srg>Lj & &&' ,, KHfeSS
Cpl. Byr alUcted lo tlw Cental bag, .,f floor. 2.M ta of oatj ,' SS Bort ^oVkT^Sl ti
court that op October 23 al>out tho 1r*a ..isp- l#yught a r.o-gn i.f w.,,r
t.40 a.m. he saw ffte defendjnt S3.t -rifrVs of*fW<4 325 bngN of split- ""m-
ith a box of beer mix Bank Hall pea*. 330 ease*- of evaporated
CI
NEW BOOKS AT
PUBLIC LIBRARY
A small number of new
were on show at the
Library during the past f<
prior to going into cin
next week.
The majority of these
will go to the Juvenil
milk. 78 rases of leaf tobacco. B'
sacks -if Bran aitd 82 <<>!
canned goodh. Other cargo in-
''Inn pl'
goods, envelopes gnd rovmi
llll- <
Tho arrival <( tills gfall
: ll .ic tinty *hn I
.,1 ol si
nuBo.
(he viik <>f warrHouse
hnndfi. launch i.nd lightepciuws
FROM TRINIDAD
THI Gardenia W. which .n-
rived In port, on Wednesd...
evening from Trinidad brought
cargo of 149 cylinders of gas. ?
| i olas, 20 cases of buttei
20 cc^itainers of bitters. 62 bags
of copra. 211 tierces of fresh frull
an,l hf DSdar, Thr
books vessel is under the eommnnd
pgblk Captain Conrad (Wallace.
sUuo" FfBKE AND COAL
h^y^ The 82 ton schooner "1
depart
road going in the direction of
Bridgetown.
He asked him where he got the
box from and the defendant said
that a man by tho name of Dcnnl
Porde had given it to him for him
to carrv it to his home. Later in-
vestigations showed that the story -S-Jjff-sgT tbTIrriw
Of th. JrffkOdant as not true .^ 'p^'Xh %X
Taylor said that while he ws*
walking on Roebuck Street. Dcn-
zll Forde handed him the box of
beer.
Sgt. E. W. King attached to
Central Police Station prosecuted
for the Police.
17 JEWEL
Waterproof. Shnckprooi
Anil-Magnetic
GENTS WATfHES
Fully Ciuaranieed
only
$29 50
"Your Jeweller."
V. II.- LIMA
A fO.. l.Tll.
2(1. Broad SI. Phone 44i
and
The \ ill.it,-
HaslniK'
The 82 ton schooner 'TmiII'
". Dove" alwt arrlvrd from Triniu-t;
,1113. It, cargo
w, *u ..w -...c "!- vo,.eId.v morning. In call;',
Sr*8,^SSUffd "*n S5SSJ of 200. 'bale, of .M.
the adult department
On Paae K
CUP FOR HcD BULKY
The Sportsman of the Year'
Cup which members of the Al-
bany Club, 1-ondon have present..!
m Trinidad is to be handed over
to McDonald Bailey at a private
dinner on October 27. Mac Is go-
ing to take the cup to Trinidad
with him possibly before the New
Year.
100 tons Of coal. SO drum
colas and one bale of 9 1
Captain O. Ollivierre Is In com-
mand -if the schooner which i*
consigned to the Schooner Own-
ers' Association.
KJSCIIARf.lll OIL
After cnschi.Ti'.|iig it. cargo ot
8113.(180 I'S gallons "i :ii
Cnide 0*1. the c.i lai |
'.'.V/'/V/V/'r
CER'I AIM..!
too ^
ENJOY ^
TO-DAY'S
NUT
CREAM
SPECIAL
>i kMI.ll IS
Soda Founlains.
The largest Assortment of
PAIN'S
FIREWORKS
erer seen in Barbados is
now on show at
Wl Alllllllll AIIS
lllll I. STORE
Cut out this list and put the amount
you need next to the name of the
Firework and send it to -
WEATHERHEAD'S
at once for your supply
Nn
lesssdgnd
"." ..I B*U*ry
. fyramid ol Hosnsn
Candles
rail* "f Zambesi
Thr above at $6.50 each
I >' > il Vmiimi. Uie I 1 ilur ,
Jaek-ln-Uir-BoK
Mine With Bengal Msht
Mine* With Serpent*
Kojal Batteries
I 1. in, Nuns
Houqaels of Kerb*.
ihc above at $3,36 ach
Mlars WHh HrrpenPi
Jsek-ln-the Boa
.. Devil Among the Taller*
Vertical Wheels
rtramld of Kooian
Candle*
SaUlllte RoekeU
Kaln RoekeU
The nbovt at $3.00 each
BABY'S
FIRST
STEPS
SHOULD BE STEPS OF COMFORT
We have a fine range of -
LAPARISETTE
INFANT'S STEPPING SHOES
Black. Blur, Pink. While
in variety ol Style*
Priced from $2.59 to $3.60
CAVE
SHEPHERD
ii Co., Ltd.
10, 11. 12. & 13
Broad Street
FABRIC^
FROTHYLON"
acu&i
A Crinkled Nylon Material in Elizabeth Blue.
Prince*, Pink. I ....., Yellow and Avon
\,|ii ,. ........................ $3.64 yard
NYLOMIST"
A Lightweight Dotted Nylon Fabric in Blue.
Mai/e (In hid. Turi|Uoi*e and White ,.
UN yard
EMBOSSED SATIN"
in HwTf, Bfcy, LoTobWi Hitsc, Silver C.ir\ .
mid While 5 $2.14 yard
\ R.-All thr Above are 45 ina. Wide
It.111 RoekeU
Vertical Wheels
Jaek-ln-Uie-Boa
Mine* Vtllh scr^iiu
1 .iit.ui.-ii Roekets
iv-n-k. Plume*
RoekeU
Whistling RoekeU
Thtf above at $1.80 each
Hatelllte Roman Candle-
H'i trlt Roman 1 -mil'
..l>.iir.- 4 ..tllf-
! mm. 1- of fierba
Mine* With MerpenU
rw-iiF.i.ls ( Rumai
OansUes
Trlantle Wh-el*
Jack-In-the-Baa
Devil Among the 1 "i..i
. Brlthl RoekeU
( li.ur. .] RorkrU
F.lecUIr RoekeU
The above at $1.08 each
Butterfly Twlnhlera
Coloured Roman
Cndle
Monster FoonUlns
Roman Fans
BrUht RoekeU
I Im in. RoekeU
Thtf above at 72c. each
Mines
Msssat Veauvhia
Butterfly Twlnkler*
. Craehera
F.snerald Cascade*
Monster Fountain*
Mount prlee
Wheels
Witches Cauldron*
Jaek-ln-the-Box
above at 60c. each
Mount Price
Fore* Fire*
Crackers
Mount Vesuvius
Coloured Raman
Candle*
WheeU
F.nnvald Case .idea
ll> li.uiunt .
Witche* (euldron.
Mine-
Bright Kman C.ndlcs
Whlrly htm.,.
Id/'I. I)iisle
Butterfly twlnkler*
Fleetrle Wheel*
Spanslrd *tar Bomb*
Radium lUssler*
. Satellite Ktinun t andlrs
. II wlr i II. id. ,i CoroeU
above at 24c. each
..... F.menld CascaQea
......... Rrtghl Rocket*
WheeU
....... Cracker*
........ Radium Hauler*
......... Colourrd Rom.n
Candle*
......... Mtreamllne RoekeU
........ .uldr i Kill
........ Bright l.urn in Candle,
....... Forge Fires
Thu' above at 18c. each
Th<
The
HARRISONS
Dial 2664
Th*
Prismatic LlshU
MtHjnl V r*ov I ui
Brtfhl Roman <*andlo>
Hatelllte Rom in Candle*
Wherl*
Whlrly Twlrlrr*
FJeetrlr Wheels
Witche* Cauldron*
Mines
Mount Pelee
Bright RoekeU
Coloured Rocket*
Jar k In the Box
Butterfly Twlnkler*
Craekers
Coloured Roman
Candles.
above at 36c. each
RoekeU
Cracker*
Dr 14* on* Flame
......... Mount im-.-
......... WlUhe* Cauldron*
...... Oalnured Wheel*
Mount \ i.
Wheels
Forge Fire*
Frnereld Caaradr*
The above at 12c. each
......... Canon Crasher*
......... fUjulb.
.......Broadraat Spangle*
Sa4eltile Roman*
Briaht Koman ( null h
......... Radium I! esler*
. Dlssle Ilarile
.......Mtarllghu
(olden i; .in
The above at 8c. each
. Amber Flertrolrles
Flt'wer Put*
.....I ...hi- r i: mi
......... Dtsile I>ale
......... Hi...il. .i.t Spangle*
KUrllghU
......... Chinese Drone
Tor ped or*
Flying Faile*
.......Cr**ofcere
. Rajulba
.....Blue Devil*
Electric Whlssers
ii'..n Craahers
. Zing Boom*
The above at 4c. each
A i >o
BOMBS Jr. ea
Ked-lsrvll-on-the-Walk 3c a Red
A Green Matches Ce. b *
Giant Sparkler* inc. Pk. cl 6.
and
German Flee trie Spsrklrrs at
lr. per nk. of 10.
See in. for wholesale Prlr.<*
Don't wait for that last minute
nsah, boy year
'A1NS FIREWORKS TO-DAY
BRUCE WEATHERHEAD LTD.
HEAD or BKOAD STREET


PACE SIX
BARBADOS ADVOCAT1
FRIDAY. OCTOBER 14. IMi
GOMES COMMISSION REPORT-V
' y ihew farUoiu under the guie"*
i i ixuty politics which has given
one (round for complaint and
Pivwn
9 A further cause i
that j
not put before the
ttee thereof.
on srroupt, no doubt, of the very
it
n .eply to it was sent by the Town
nt following terms:
Wuh reference to vaui
ilh the Unrta
Building on Marine Squar". I
im lo Inform yoti :hl while the
purchaser up to the Slut
Deewmbei. l'7. to remove the
II
ill focmei nindltion, IbtJ an
i grant j,er mission lo
ufflccs.'"
Il.it- :ht For $.1,020
8. On the 15th July. 1947. Mr
L G. Thomas bought the building
from the United State* Authori-
al ..i UMQ (BW.I.
"t the term-, of
trv .mtr;i-t provide*, thai the
nhmild i>o lomovetl with-
in 120 dayi of the date of tin
agreement. I r..
i.un mil
19th. 22nd and liltrd Julj. nil.
Mi Thomas mused the follmvuir
" appear hi the
1 (Innrdten newspaper -
Down Town ofllce- I
(ormerly United State* Govern-
ment 2-Storev building between
Marine Square North and South
" ent Street, and Edward
Atrawt."
9 On thr 2lsi July. IB47. Ihe
United Suite; Authorities wrote t<
Mi Thomas and. after rcferrim:
to the advertlM-nvni'- In the new-
paper, remit ded bhn that the
building was sold to him on a sal-
vage and re'tornlion basil, not on
i u^e-m-nlaee basis, nor for rental
or otherwise and that the use of
the, bdUaUlH! for nfTlcc space was
not authorised by their contract.
in On-.il*- l*t August, 1047.
.. t Sti U Authorities ln-
formoxi the Council that the UilM-
| uusMi ild to Mi TBomai
l iOc"'- in-.-" . u.i: <'.
the water fcUi.pl>.
11 Oa the 15th Sei'temba*
v.'\-.. Mr Thomas made n further
luM fnr i leasr- of the site
On thr 2Pt11 September. 1947. th
CouikII cohshiered the application
and agreed that lease be nr-ann*.
on the usual terms and condition'
for a period of five years with an
I renew al for . furthei
term of flee yean and at an an-
nual rental of 01.200
I?. On the |0th September, ilu
1'nited'aHates Author It I aa wrote *
Oovi rnntaat repeating the ob)ec-
uoi* wbigh Vere contained in
Iter to Mr. Thomas on the
I J ;. IMT, and further stated
. iwsr
"Accordingly, the United
States Authorities conccrnd
oliped to ieject various
;itive offers from
i j re 1 laser, interested In the
lion of the installation
in iiru and proceeded with at-
r.ingemcnts to sell the installa-
tion for salvage, at a Cuiistdei-
i.i-ly lower [nice, in order that
;ntsed wishes of the Co-
lonl.il Government raiiardinr
the restoration of the site might
uc-Toet."
Protest
II On the ftlh October. 1947.
the Chamber of Commerce made
representations to Government
protesting against the action of the
Council in mauling the Jeasa
14. On the 13th Ocfobci. 1047
Ml rhotnai replied to the letter-
of the list July and the 30th Sep
tember. I1MT. received by him
from i he i'i 11-1 States Aulhoritie-
ind 'nformrd them that If they
onsidored that they had an)
gncvanea ii rould be redresse.i
only by a resort to legal proceed-
ings and not otherwise.
15. At all mi aerial time* Gov-
ernment wns kept informed or
what had ti;mspirfd between UM
parties and on the IBlh October
1947. Ck>veriunent wrote to lh<
Council reviewing all the fad
in 1 xplanntion dI
the matter Th.
< .-. .1 ,;. j-ked to submii
statements howighg tha meihod
used In ralrulnting the rent re-
i. the le.i<, havi:
to the provisionv of Section ISS of
the Port-of-Spnln Corporation Oi-
din;uice (which \ > nniv the I
poratlon to lease lands without the
consent of the Governor for any
term not eaceedlnc ten years
provided onlv thai tin full rental
value in respect of the some is re-
served >
16 On 1st November, 1947, the
Council in ii reply tn thnt letter
stated. I'lfr niui. the following
I am directed
'.('. lb it ihc i ircumstaricrs
existing on the 20th Sept-ir.Vr.
1947. when it was agreed to lease Councd had already agreed lo dls- monln Uw loUuwina avasU
the site to Mr. Thomas were by cee the matter, whereupon a mo- piaco.
Mr. Tang at Mr. Hani Thomas had appruathasi
means the same as they ware non for the grant of the lease was
heretofore. It has been conn- psopo* -nd seconded. What
dently anticipated that Govern- 'ecurrecl thereafter is contained
ml" would assist the I
In meeting lie financial obuga-
uona and Governments refusal
f, to -to left th< Coundl no al-
lemutivr but lo ses-k its own
means of raising necessary
funds Ai.ordinnlj. when M:
the minutes of the meeting
which forms .in Appendix to this
report .
Impmper
20 From the foregoing fat-Is
Thomas' application came up for the grant of the least- ought not
t'n consideration, it was deemed to have been dealt with at thai
advisable to allow the buildm* meeting and that in any event It
remain and to collect rent- arm UnjaYopM f"i H- t'ousiell aft
sfrant the npplualion This hm-
Dronrietj was am utuated. rtritly.
by the fact that a substantial, and.
by the terms of the lease, an Inor-
dinate benefit was bsane ronf
_ and other outgoinK-
light be exmible thereon."
i.egal Pmcee?ding>
17, On the 10th November. 104".
11 Attorney General look legal
""ceding* against the Mayor.
auermen and Citizens of Ihc
'v of Port-of-Spain, and Louis
.ilman Thomas, in which lie
umed a dvciaratiun that the
rant of the lease Ui Mr. Tru*
member of the Council wtth-
iut dut regard to proeedu'al ic-
-trictions or enquiry Into statutory
.ifeguards governing the grant of
i lease, secondly, by the fact that
he motives of the majority of the
.. nembers who favoured the mo-
duli and void, and a inanda- ''"" were- prompted by consider;i-
i v injunction for the removal ol 'ions wholly incompatible with
he building, On Hie dav follow- 'heir duty; and thirdlv. hv thru
mg the Issue of the Hail M of bad faith towards the unlt-
rhomaa Informad the Attorney -d States A., thai ,u. ita requiring
General that he did not prupw to them to restore the site and then
i .ntest that claim and undertook ievening that decision in the wa%
lo proceed forthwith to demolish U*f* did.
.be building and restore the land 21 All these factors show_th.u
t- Its original condition, th.rebv the Council acted with a nigh de-
flated though it may be- ,--.- re* of irresponsibility and with I
i.rming the obligalion under the otal diamiard of IU obligation-
r.recmenl.wlth the United Slat. public bodv to furtherjIhe in-
\uthorltlM The Corporation also icryata of those it rtprwnis and
i.d not defend the action and el ; /nw ""f* vm'** 52^2 <
ubsequent date judgment was Intlons with the ttnited Slat"
uiven for the Attorney General Government
(a) that the United States Au-
nary facu dhd events must be
taken Into acocunt :
.a) Mr Thom.is was a member
o7 the Ceunrll;
fb) he had made a similar ap-
plication in September.
1040;
(c) that application had beer
refused;
|d> the Council decided that all
sites should be restored to
their original state;
fv) that decision was re-
affirmed in February. 194"
(fi on the 25th June. 1941. the
Council decided that any
purchaser of tlie buildup
would have to remove It by
tha end of the year and
enter Into an agreement to
that effect;
ia) on the strength of that de-
cision the United States Au-
thorities refused all offers
for purchase of the building
thoritics were entitled
salvage value only:
Mr. Thomas owned the
building, a lease of the site
could nqt have been granted
to anyone else;
(cj the rental reserved wo*,
adequate;
id! revenue would have ac-
crued to th* City Council.
and
Political con > id er at ions were
paramount.
2S. With respect to
(al and those suggestions are based
on false premise-- and arc
therefori
(cl there
al on the Bin Councillor Tang
abpruachea Council.
and solicited h_is suppun u|
an application lor
tin' sue which Mr. inotnaa
proposed io make, and there
.ilui continued tils solicita-
tion,
\.U) on the occasion ol io.,i mo
ing Mr. Tang also
a mill"! KjiI.h. oupli'il.
.>i presence, but nil. Farfan
gave nu undertaken* '
stated thai he knew notaughj
of it,
icj Mr. Tang Lhacealter visited
Mr. F-iiaii in hu ofllce on
two or three occasions ami
on the last uf them uulicaieu
to him that Mr. T'ioiua>
would be interested in taking
some shurea in Trinidad In-
dustries Ltd.. of which Mi
Farfan was Managing Direc-
tor and Mr. Henry a Direc-
tor. Mr. Farfan was also a
larsaj sliareholdcr in the
Company which at the time
was in ttnancial difficulties
Before leaving, Mr. Tang
was given one or two shar
application forms,
(d) CO a subsequent occasion, be
Dora ii.> ..'in. ..,i Tang < -
tnmpumed i>y Mr. Ihumta
visited Mt. Farfan in
when Mi. Farfan was clearly
informed that Mr. Thomas
would take 000 shares in lhe>
Company if he was "prepared
to help or vote in favour of
the lea-e". Mr. Farfan's reply
was that he would have tu
consult one of the directors
of the company,
cj Mr. rarfan then consulted
Mr. Henry who told him
"take Uw money and vote
against" to which Mr. Far-
fan iejoined that he could
not do "such a dirty thing' .
and
(0 during the period in question
most of the other members
of the Council were can-
vassed by Mr Thomas tor
their support and some of
them proralaed to give it
nansM oi attitude aa Mr
leetry had actually assisted in
. lulling the application. In
iroof of thu Mr. Thomas Jion-
cd Mr. Henry's nandw.
Uw draft to Mr. Tang. A few
aaj, later, as a result of
uitiours which Mr. Heniy am
Miculaiuig, Mr Tang oulaiuto
Ihe draft iron. Mr. Tnomas and
auaed photusiatlc copies U. be
for hu support of the appli-
cation for a Issue and that be had
agreed to do so in view of pest
.avouik. that a few days latar.
but before tne meet in*. Mi. Tana
Md him that ha had heard tram
Mr. Thomas or hi-, promiss of
opuwrt and further said "Do not
mind favours, do not nund Gil-
'itan. most of the fellows have
lady drawn two or three hun*
oaaot Mr. Tang then returned dred dollars; don't be stupid you
|a iioi want money?" and that
ii- had thereupon offered him 040
vtUth ha accepted. He ilso stated
hat the day after the meeting,
is a result of a message, he went
ind saw Mr. Tang who thanked
lira for having voted Tor the lease
.ffered him a further 040
lbs drall lo Mr Thomas who
ion? it up but, OB Mr. Tang's
advice, succeeded on the fol-
lowing day in retrieving some
i Die Iragmenl" which be
carefully preserved in sn en-
velope,
II. We do not believe this ex-
<.-mation which was furnUhed by which he refused to accept.
Ir. Tang and supported by Mi
1 homes. We are satisfied thai Mr
jng was more familiar witn the
i aft than he admitted and was
ware before the adjourned
i leeting that Mr. Henry's hand-
ritlnsj was on the documen*. and
that because of Mr. Henry's
change of attitude the draft was
; icserved In view of the impot-
.nee which both Mr. Tang and
Mr Thomas attached to It, which
i evidenced by the photostatlc
copy having been made. It is also
37. We accept the evidence of
trial councillor. We were favour-
tblv impressed at the tune it wu-
(Iven and after careful con-
-idcrahou wc remain of the same
opinion.
Genera) observation* mni
Return men da aassal
PART II
I. The various matters within
the scope of our enquiry necessi-
tated an examination of the admin-
istiation and management of the
iffaire of the Corporation and ol
quite obvious, from an examlna- ji,e activities and conduct of mem-
lion nd comparison of the two bcrs and officers of the Council
toeuments, that the original draft between the years 1047 and 1001
20. In thu vasa ul Mi. HgssTJ
c arc of the opuiiun that hu ubstance, not at the outset declare his op
abundant evi- jiosition to the proposal in thi
dence to the contrary; emphatic terms in which he slal-
fdl we are satisfied that this as- ed thai he did. Had he done so
pect of the matter was given ,, would nol have permitted Mi
ihj on the 15th July. 1047. Mr
Thomas bought the build-
ing at demolition value,
with full knowledge of thr
Councils decisions;
ii) the Council was fully awnre
of his contractual obligation
tO demolish the building;
tiJ air. Thomas adv~*,ed
office space In the building
for rental;
that transaction was given
publicity in the press;
(1) no steps were ever taken b
iio serious consideration but
waa Introduced subsequent-
ly In an attempt to Justify
what was done; and
ir) this is referred to elsewhere
in this report.
24 We consider It unnecessary
elaborate on our findings and
i these points as the facts speak
themselves.
cpeated uilcrviews wit.
turn, he would naturally nave
.lined his friend Mi. Thomas at
one of then frequent, and some-
times cordial, meetings that he
v.a opposed lo il and, indeed, he
would not have assisted to the
extent of making an amendment
io th* original draft ol the ap-
plication. We consider that at
25, We now turn to certain as- *"o time subsequent to the
i t of the evidence relating to making of his amendment to the
the conduct of individual members draft his attitude change lo one
'. the Council. ol active opposition, for reasons
26. We believe that nt thr time best known to himself. Both Mi
VhVcouncU to impYemem r-unclllor Thomas bought the Tnnf and Mr. Thomas suggeateu
the decision of the 20th building he had every """"l"" that the reason was the latter'*
June, 1047; and '' .r."*""!,.,", a?"llon. J? "n'lur* to accommodate him with
) on the lit August. 1947. moUsh it This is evidenced by two a jo^ , agoo but we are not
"* inivinced of I his. That Mr.
(n) he immediately advertiser1 H. nry'a opposition was not mere-
office space for rent in the I* passive is shown by the follow-
is not torn up In a casual man
ner but with great care M to
xclude all the amendment.; cx-
ept the one In Mi Henry's hand-
vrlling. Among the >ther amend-
'nents was one in Mr. Tang's
andwrlting.
Mot Accepted
JJ. We do not acoapt the evi-
i !m of Mr. Tang in Uio
loilowuig .mpor
aj that he did not
approach Mr.
suUcit lus support;
that he never met Mr, Far-
fan in Mr. Henry's office;
i i thai he never indicated to
Mr- Farfan that Mr. Thomas
would be interested in buy- ',
ing shares In Trinidad In-
dustrie* Ltd..
.i) that the meeting and con- ,
versation between Mi.
Thomas, Mr. Farfan ind n
himself did nol take place. ,
and
ei that hi* only interest in the
matter was that the buddinx
should not be demolished.
There are some aspecta In Ihe t
> idence of Mr. Thomas which
do not accept but the only
2. Although the composition of
the Council changed from year te
year there were certain features
which were common to some of
the subject matters under enquiry
The most prominent of these were
allegations of bribery and corrup-
i on, maladministration by thn
Council and the general ineffici-
i nay of two of their senior officers.
There were accusations by
. the councillors aporoaenrd theii
>ligations with little sense o.
blie duty They were more eon-
rn-d with conferring and re-
i ivmg benefit* and favours thai.
ith giving serious consideration
i public affairs Thai this U not
"l overstatement is clearly shown
. the endless manoeuvring an-
inglinj over petty matter-.
hirn enV ady a few
dividual) whilst -affairs nf vita
iinportanc* received soani iitti n-
' on
io Cow
Lively a variety of reasons for
gleet to attend certain BsadUfqfe.
. l-ing m attendance, for failure
m lake part in certain of its pro-
^ codings, it was either that his
would be the sole dissentient voice.
>t that he belonged to the mln-
rltv or that he knew that the
result was a foregone conclusion;
ui other Instances it was that ha
Mid not know sufficient about the
'ubjeet matter or that he was
. nt interested or that he Just did
io'. I l.ke sayinh or doii4 any-
.hing: and In other cases he knew
that the whole thins was a racket
M corrupt
II. Reminders to some of the
(.uncillors that it was they who
sought public office and that those
a ho elected them expected them'
-o act in the best intents of the
met with eold response.
Instead, refuge was Invariably
.ought in the shelter of political
-lurTy-burly
Voluntary Appearance
1J, The Honourable Albert
Gomes, now a member of the Gov-
ernment, made a voluntary appear-
mce m the witnes-stand and with
-n air of superiority compounded
vholly of Indignant and voluble
Dostulations. attemptcfl. in relation
to a single art under enquiry, to
i.eHttle and besmirch the whole
auction of the Commission. In
nealing with the lease of Goats
in, ,*- o,unr,Mo,. ,nd Cut. of eorn.p. *.^ ,rt,' t Mm
oi .1 * IUO. MOJ rf councillor. ,om. council- ,Z ^ lht.
__*' "' "L'^.T"lT'd.'J"Z.:[ .u"n ot to Council b, S h-1-
the Courpi) was officially
notified bv the United States
Authorities of the Mg
Appllratiiin ConsireiYd
!9. At on adjourned statutory
meeting on the 20th September.
1J47. the ipplication l>% Mi
Thomas for a lease of the site was
. HiMdercd by the Council. Al-
though It was not on the agenda
subject was introduced
building; and
iii| he stated that he hoped to
obtain a lease of the site
despite the fact that his ap-
plication In 1946 had been
refused.
We do not accept his explana-
ion that he intended by the ad-
i usement merely short term
facts:
his advice u> Mr. Farfan to
"take the money and vote
< ounclllor Mathura when re- I '. pending dcmoMtli
. .it of the General Purpose
Committee relating to the wutci
aipply on the site was brought ui.
or consideration. He enquired
bathea i letter had been received
-'-latins* to the site. On the Mayor.
Mr. V Vidalc. replying in the f-
'irmative. he asked leave lo have
he matter discussed. Objection
s as Immediately raised by some
>f the members that the subject
svas not properly before the meet-
fig and therefore could not be
IMSiilered. The Mayor ruled thai
a matter could be discussed by
I rtre of the Council, and this was
uvan A letter was then produced havl
ind turned out to be the applu.<
.ton from Mr Thprnas. Further
.bjecUons were taken to discussion
ii that meeting and It was pointed
- nt that in anv event the applu-a-
lon should tlrst he waned le
'he General Purposes Committei
Ihese obleetions were ignored
uul the Mayor ruled that the
It
..uld have been a simple and na-
tural thing to have so informrd
iha United States Authorities'in
m ply to their written protest on
e 31st July. 104?
11. Although he intended to
- .di- his obligation, a period uf
proxhratelv two months
ihi his attempt to dissuade
Councllior Stephen from sup-
porting the application;
(ithla warning to the Mayor of
rumour' ot bribery in con-
nection with the proposed
applWaUon and that It could
not he dealt with at the ad-
journed meeting* two davs
later; and
id) his conduct at that meeting.
30 When Mr. Henry was glv-
pi evidence some fragments of
, -aits of importance are those presents
dealt with above, and moat un- needs of
portent of all, his denial of the
w-.it to Mr. Farfan's office in the
lompany of Mr. Tang, and what
n:.ipired there.
33. We have no hesitation in
accepting the evidence of Mi.
Farfan and, in oarticului
count ol the inducement that w-
iivld out to him to support Mr.
Thomas's application, that is tu
that Mr. Tang and Mr.
mas vlalied him at his office
ind that be was told by them
hai"Mr. Thomas would take 000
harts in Trinidad indiv*
td., if he, Mr. Farfan, was pre-
p.red to help and vole in favour
of the lease.
34. Mr. Farfan also gave evi-
7&,r,
by any
.tnus standard, such as the moral
tandard. We hope we do him no
niustice by saying that wc are
till a little doubtful whether he
i'. an adherent of the pernicious
loctrtne that "In politics anything
"oes" but he certainly led us to
leNeve. if his words mean any-
thing that he considered
that certain acts be they right oi
mi*, must be jexcused or con-
oiied because they occurred in th
HtUtleal order
13. Support for that proposilion
was not lacking from a few of
he councillors, and, it was also
.deaded that the decisions of a
i ..lineal body ought not to be
xamined by the cold calculations
r f analytical reason for. in the
nth and tumble of political life.
maladministration and matters are not considered like
of public duty that
4 We are quite aware of the
.'- atioii in the public mind of
'cislons which are the outcome
f political wrangling but we feel
ertain that the man in the street
*.ill considers that: "In politics.
,- principle that anything goes',
unply because people are thought
nt to expect any high degree of
mnour in polities is grossly
ciong." The promulgation and
icceptance of such a principle
iitv prove very convenient to some
olltlclans but it is not lor a
oliticlan to set the standard by
Inch the conduct of men in the
gj) Oat pise T
he questionable acts and omis-
ions of the Council, others
iiranded them as rackets and yet
'thers indicated that nothing
batter could be expected: while
'he inefficiency of the two officer-
' as too apparent to require re-
i lpitulation
4. These matters gained promi-
nence at the enquiry but there was
.imple evidence that knowledge
of them was not con lined to the
author* and actors immediate]--
i nnrerned.
Maladministration
5 We are not unmindful of the
fact that the enquiry was directed
isolated transactions over a
iOd of years but a general view-
he whole of the ovideno-
picture of recurrent
regard
snvours of an adulterated code of
duty and a persistent course of
conduct which appears to have
been accepted as depicting stand-
ard practice.
h. We hiive experienced some
difficulty in sifting the evidence in
order to arrive at the precise
reasons for this state of affairs
because corroboration in material
rtspects was often absent and self-
condemnation was not to be ex-
pected, but we state a few which
in our opinion are main contribut- j
ing factors. Some of our observe- |
l.ons. if taken as abstract propo-
sitions may perhaps be considered
si statements in regard to contro-
1 topics in the political
dence aoout a letter dated 10th ^horc We do not Intend that they
November, 1047, to Mr. E. Main- ,hou,a; ** ,k5>1 "" They are
got. fha Acting Sub-Intendant of ">;** w|'ch we consider appro-
"rown Lands. The letter con- "1.m f ih ^h.^WM"T to
; *nW ^virnnJS ahSsuS ,h01 ny ' ** Unh'n^ "CCUrT"
.osiilon Oovernment should -|ires at meetings were atlribut-
uuichase the building from Mr | , the presence of factions in
I'homaa for 00,000 .ind that oul
>f the- nef proceeds Mr Thomas
b.iuld buy shares In Trinidad In-
'1'islrlee Ltd.. and pay Mr. Fsr-
Jan I commission for his services.
Farfan confirmed the state-
Council. That word was used
councillors in two senses When
d to indicate a self-interested
unscrupulous parly we agree
t this statement Is an apt dos-
ption of the situation and goes
Ii.ra4 to i'Iiik bfor, lu- .ipi.li. i ii,... vviMimil dr.fl ot the proooicl
ii hers he awaited n more oppor- -*"atlc ''">' had to be retracted
* hen
, ilaie end that he was no * he was ponfronted be-
loubt aware of Ihe difficulty of '"'wily but opportunely wlUi a
lotion considered Which,
r >;uccesgful. would have the effect
t i ei rirgllng 'he decision and con-
Prmed policy of the Council mad'-
within the previous six months
Matter Revived
2R. The matter was revived in
September, 10*7. and between
tne 8th and the 20th of that
iioUk-tatic copy of the whole
iginal draft. The explanation of
/ the photostatlc copy came
be made was a* follows:
Change i Altitude
After the end of the meeting
it the 20th September, 1047, id
.inch the lease was approved
Mr. Thomas expressed surprise
inent In hit letter that he had put lar1y to the root of the problem:
i>oalUon before both Mr '
"mg and Mr. Thomas. This we
iwheve, and that he did so was
--' died by Mr. Tang though
i'-nied by Mr Thomas for no ap-
'>n*ent reason.
Startling
15. We do not propose to make
".v comment on the nature of
'lu- proposal other than that it
*vaa a startling oqe. although we
:e convinced that Mr. Farfan
i-garded it. as he dated, as a
"-"'let business propositl
i'hcn used without its opprobi
ojs connotation as meaning merely
n aroup or party then we consider
that it only partly resolves It, for
in the development of local gov-
ernment the presence and concert-
ed action of members of a group
or party and simulation of rule
by party government may be diffi-
cult to avoid, and In any event it
would be difficult to attribute an
improper act to the mere presence
uf ;i group or party in a Council.
8 The presence of factions un-
doubtedly caused dissension but
we consider that it Is toleration
38. We now deal with the evi- of. and sometimes acquiescence in
dence of Mr. Stephen. He stated the perpetration of Improper acts
lll.HH \i.\l\
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20. Broad St. Phone 4M4
Y. De LIMA
A IO LTD.
and
The Villng,-
Halting.
Too pay no mere
forth*
GREATER
XPERIENCr
"PAA
therfs one reason why
this airline) haa bean
"first eholea" ol Interno-
Iranol traveler, for nearly
e quarts* of a centu*y.
MEW YORK
Soii-i'",! service by tlte Imurious
"El PresiclsoU" or vis Sanjuan by
aopular. money-ssviDg "El Tunstn '
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decked "Mrate" Clippers*-world's
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Enjoy -irovers In Fntrlati !. Ire-
land. PAA i l.ppen also By to India
sad tU Orient
Venezuela
tyi
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sad aassaasl oa ill coaHaeals.
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CITY GARAGE TRADING CO.. LTD
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FRIDAY, OCTOBEB 24, 1152
BARBADOS ADVOCATE
Gomes Commission Report
plying ;i>r the reasons set forth building:.

the nmWu'ii
idpurl. ilc ghould
\ed tit $100 par month and
_nd gave reliable ev,denee. S.0, o/ Ifrtd Sum*. Bud.ny. J^S Town cLPSil lV iSSBr *m*n*Kl "" m0 grc.^de^d^SSTp^I^r M"*"*'" 1' '"SinciUor James oppo-d the
!^TS?SStaS S1?!K fitter d-teo >- *** , j
the Attorney General. Mr M.,1- from the United States Author.- 5?"** i,,,d ," '" wn,,i '
colm Butt, Q.C.. and Mr. R. Pol- " regarding the United State* V^mp would diiect that they
22 The reason (or our recom- lonais. who appeared to ai*it the Nav> buildings at Marine Square
endation thai aldermen be re- Commission The Dreoaratorv ****"** that '!
* .nil In Ur f .a.ii,. itilm
From page C psCHMttan Such a situateon makes
fl|g|||||Von of I'ublic affairs It quite manifest that the burgesses
should be jn should be given an early oppoi -
I.nu Ebb tunily to decide what changes arc
15. Ag th -nquirv was hold uiriW* ln th* composition or
I public an.i ,s much publicity Ihe present Council.
was given (In some respects un-
duly ) to what transpired at Its
meetings we have no doubt what
iiuc1.M).1,.mn,pal ^ ^'^j^s-rt-ja-j5 -!-._*.-** ss ar!R,i,,^7^jrsur s-<~ set
i" 'I ^- \. aan mil
-.tumid Bt
mQIbc James
Utt i
a|_ placed b, Government nominees work involved in order toVesent ** to Mr L">"* ,;itmj" Thomas l^JAJ"""* ** "'^J"^" ,
.-.follows on our conclusion that ,. rnmm,._,' .!.^f Jand asking that lh,- <]|scofrl|nuuc Aldrrmar. Henry referred to
. Some measure of restraint or some '"Jf,. ih* C.ommu*'-on. WM P r ih* wt~- .0ni i ik. -,.. sunding Order No. 44 which set*
r um i
had consistently btld the view
that the building, not o
th.*. ''""in.- Square but elsewhere,
then by the American
poUtte has faUei
rbb and
' wayward
-n effort should b.- made to raise ofl,hcfSun"1 -, rtK
tt. To adopt further language 2S ?Hr.i "n f
which we cons.de, very appro- cm me..dot ions are aimed
priate "We have to recover that m^. ". Ti. "" " .5pF"-rrn
sense of personal obligation on ""-oughout the enquiry, that
he part of the voter and that
been
but for
*hich such
by the City Engineer
during the War, should
sutlon o!
which hostilities and the sites restored
nought Io l,u'"' oiigin.il condition. He ab<>
reopen discussion on a matter '<*rrcd to an application by Mr.
decided by the Council within the "***" which was dealt with bj
n- i > "*ioin
sense of public trust on the part *,!*'" \r" V!.'
or the rttctc ofndai which Si ^"E'vnr* ft^
'lll\ .t'-i I.,V,I
ba Council
1M7. wlu'n
Ihoroughnaaa with
*1*|"*L2K""'_ Tl Ac,l" Tow" * ..
, txurm. ^Pr S0k."!Z M^T J- 'onn'd "M "" 1l>1"" >! *" h hp ""'* r''"ci his 1,b,.-,ti "" dMlrton u taken tluit ny
thrtHifhnut the enquiry, that u tn "p'r*", ,. .^T' C- Council in June. 1WT h." nrix-ediin: which was be- I'U'cha.er ! the InilMing wonII
y. the atolutc fubKrvience ot Adams^ the Sccretarj of the Com- communicated lo U- tl ,, ,. 1M ta he .,llowe,l x months as from i ;
Town Clerk and the City miaaion and to MlM L. Nell, our namc. ,., lh. .wrcha^ of the , h, 'j'""' July, IM7. In remov. the buildinj
- u i^_ -' ""t !2 f!."0'?""" "dlypUt for the bulldln, in question wa. required ..- ,, ,., ,,x ,.,.,"" and lo more ttoc sile lo its
meanln, to political life. Those JJ" M". 3*~ m" ho'J fnc.ent wa, In which they per- , remove the buildln, d realorc , ,.,, hiv" ,,,c,
fel ,mrrj^.re entrusted with J"""* U1'^^Jf, "' S,tcTr- S' E' LOMES>^^_____.lx mwih. from 1st July. 1M7 u,,l ,,n, ,, ,.,,d restore Ihe .11, ,u,. w'' ?" Alrmjn for tb* UN
grave resi-
been select,-.' not for self-enrich-
ment, but for cuiNCK-ntious public
ervioe."
18. That sums up in a few words
^Jrtstipl>'- which every right
S. E. COMES.
poration respectively That dr- Choirttuir
cumstance Is a main contributing j^ st ROPER
factor lo many of their disservices, n LINDSAY* GRANT
and especially so in regard to the 3rd May .0j2
former. In his capacity as treas-
urer his position may not be an Aperid.x
to enter into an agreement with In >lv ,,,. f,,u lst juj}: ]9A~ of the building I
the necessary safenuards to tarrj They could not m llic teeth of that K turned down,
out the above conditions. resolution dltcun the appli. .lion hc conimtee ah" ,
As we were also informed that of Mr. Thomas. Furthei h.. ursstrl tlul Ml T'>oi.ia, had been
removal of the that disr..<.inn ~. .k' -TliT >o i
the question of the i
' thv lu.liimg at dem-
and such lapse* hi.1. be tolerated
to some Xt< i What cannot he-
excused ts U ^.rd or abandon-
ment Ot 0MS4 ;1is
17. The irivancesatni of local
.""rnere^ ^rWhT'oTlhe' SjZEZ Of-SPA.N C1TV COUNCIL
I he Is not
Corpora-
hut owes a duty and standa * "" adjourned Ordinary
. i a Bduciary relation to Ihe hur- Meelm, held at the Town Hall,
ovemmmt m the Lolony 1. > ^, u ,me.bl. PBrl-o'-Spain. on Monday. 2th
"22^Il,3fC, "": ",pr,; '- ]urtadlel*on ol a court of September. 1M7.
eaBOkV ID ssronn chiinncls it Preaenl
Sl^s^wtto'a1ruTe-oukeCan More Defection*
24. We now enumerate other *-w *^*-a_*_'"J *!*?**&* letter in conmvtio
12 10
One tl.iv
The ('in,,,.,;
. Uh k i..rn.
On Ov 11 in .ptlon .it -j o'rtooh,'
Ml.
''.!> the Mayor (COUD-
18 We have therefore given
B 7r*ffi. tts gsr sr^s-nB ^
much thou.-1
mendgtlons we
thit purport
.7"e^m's! defections which were revealed ., Deputy-Mayor (Councillor the
should make for with respect to matters to which Hon. A. Gomes).
greater care and attention shoulil Aldermeti:
be given:- ^ B. Thomas, G. Cabral. V.
Dissolution
1. We IM.M- -risidered the m drastic chan*;. that can be made,
that Is to gay dissolution or sus-
pension of the Council and re-
placement by an interregnum. We
do not raconui.c-nd that change
because our '.[.'lings relate to the
acts and emissions of about five
councils of different cumposition.
some of Use actors and malefactors
have dlsappe; and Injustice to the few who ha
(a) the manner in which '.!.
N.
Councillors:
Alcantara. F. T, Farfan. J
Herrer. A E j F r Councillor Janus referred His 7Z1
aSK2 f-nZ^J^T-JL*- Worship to Standing Order No. 11 t,r
seal of the Corporation
kept and the occasli
which call for its use.
delay In the preparation of "^"I"- ?lQ"ev-rdK' J %Si
ihe estimates and thrlr sub- ": w- Tan. ^ G Thomas. Charles
mission to the Governor In "" ... ,
Council* Minutes of the next suc-
(c) mention In the minutes "*d*n **** t BrTa ,he Minutes
of the arrival of councillors Irom P"**" ,8 to 20.
after a meeting has
Moved b, th. Mayo, seconded ~n.~6^S^U^Tl
by .lorccd ,., ,
That subject to In, reservalion T1 M,y0t ,lod ,.,
of paragrapha J, 4 and the tc- Catunefl hd already agreed lo db-
port of the Committee be adopted. luJ, ,nt. nuillcr
As regards paragraph 3, Coun- Mr xhnmaa'" aimllealls^ ... "' r Vldalc. In Ihr ('hairi.
cll.or_M.thur. inquired whethe, ,; V,^ ^ore 8nZ2Si. "cPUty-Mayor ,Co,.,,ll,
" **
.11,1,'
I question. ThwnMof'Vhe'TiVe 7n"nT,7l?'.' L r".......' '""
The Mayor replied in the amrm- ,,; ""'" and V K Henry.
ive l^ml of 5 ***** ! n annual (.,,:.,ii,_.
sve. ,,.,lt j || |q I i.iiii, iitors
lllor Maihura askett lease Qtunelllnr Ale^ni^r. ,-i N- Alcantara, A Aln..
the^uittcr r.,d l , J, J**
hav-i
letter discussed
which states the procedure to be
Th,
given long
nd hard'!
rnced and their departure
before It Is ended and also
of the executive officers who
are present at meetings;
(d) delay in getting minutes
confirmed;
() adherence to ihe filing sys-
tem;
(/I the occasions which call for
and faithful service
newcomers.
although thev cannot be avoided
if our i- i-.inmendatn.ns arc
accepted, would be grave.
20. We recommend:
(1) that the Council be dissolved
and that there he a general
faction,
l that the five offices of alder-
abolished and re-
placed by an equal or less
number of nominees np- We
Kinted by the Governor; about the last-mentioned matte,
it Ihe Town Clerk and beyond saying that numerous doc-
r Engineer be no longer um(.nt_, wcre nol produced to us
xr;; '"'"'.....,s'"'-
1 n.dm'li'llr'"." '"'"! ""'' '.'.'.n.'i'ih.r'waM thai l \
a new mailer on the Agenda. He ,'l',m'". ''', '""' inajorHy ,e, ri,n, ,,.a, f, ,.
ta Inllmated that Ihere wa. ^ * "" _,K'* _ >' lo Mr. L. <1
anolher application with regard lo " "l *e matter .He t Marine Square on sshi, ,,
a part of Marine Square *"" .*"! nlMKg^Sta|SS
Aldcman Henry polnUM ou, !S SS STSi S-S """ '*" tT^^&^ '
extract taken from under Standing Orders they ,....l,i ( Hinetllo. Ward in support of Council!.,
Copy B" referred to on page 18 not be permitted to discuss the his motion pointed out that Ihr Ihe ,.,.,
or Minutes of 29th September, applications that morning. Council had nut decided within ..rlin(is
1847 (morning Session) are hereto The Mayor stated that there wa> 'h* pn-vlons sin months not lo
annexed and marked 'X'. another Standing Order whUli g*i il kassig ol the stlg in qu
Report Of The General aid that no new dOCUingftl Ml the pgdieatlogf by Mr
Services Committee Io * d1cusscd without Ihe Imvi with In June. 1947
The Mayor presented the fol- ' the Council In the circum- wag another matter altugfthe
PAGE SEVI \

the tollOV
the approval of the Gov- Jhe spiriting away of ex-councll-
ernor lor Wad * ot the Colony was
f We consider that the dis- hot established.
i made at thg enquiry have
I not onlv loss of public con- ArknowIedRmenl*
the Council but also I. We thank those members of
public concern and con- the public who appeared before
11 The notion did mm
with any dOei-inn ..f the
ODUneU taken within tin
prMdlni ! dbobUw.
(1) 'i hi- removal <.f the building
gfouM i. uit in Um
ill.ii Mti- belli,; ii ,
i mcetinK place fur idle i-i
BBS,
(.Ii The rent of the buildup f.n
would tend
to alleviate tho hou III .
shortage.
(4) Th(. Count il would, if thev'
panted the appUi aUoi *
I Ivg lulu h needed i .
the Council could read the letter* tlon of so substantial a building. Councillor slnwndoi
If they wished, but they could not He agreed that the application for the motion. He stated I
discuss it in the face of the dircc- a leas* should be granted but he forry he araj unable to bg pre i
Counctllors: live of the Council In July, 1947. felt that the rental should be fixed ! the morning se-.si.on of the
N. II. Alcantara, F. T. Farfan, At this stage, tho Town Clerk Bt $100 pel month. Ilc also point- Council, when tin
A. E. James. R. Quevedo, N. W. read a letter datedSeptcnibc. ed out (hat the Council would lw> biought forward in such n rush I
Tang, Charles Ward. 1947, from Mr. L. G. Thomas ap- deriving rales and taxe-. from the gj on pr g
the .suspension of Standing lowing Report of the General Pur- B**n<-'. nc added, It was for mem- permission in den uh >, ti bi.ii.i-
Order*; and poses Comml'tee. and moved that **",l0 "W whether or nol the> mg aftc ,, given time.
(01 the safe keeping of docu- the same be received. would sive leave. councillor Alcantara staled ihnt
ments. .Seconded by Alderman Henry, Councillor Ward .moved that he gecondad Um motion because
ake no further comment and agreed to. the Council grant leave to heat he did not think it conducive to
and discuss the mutter. the Deal [ntaraot of th* City that
al Purposes Councillor Alcantara seconded, the buUdlnf IsMHusI bg ihrnolishe.,
September Tne Ma>"or P"t the motion to and^ the site revert to its original
'X'
Report of the Gem
Committee of 12th
1947.
Present
kept in office; and because they had disappeared \947. the House and declared it carried, rnstghtly condition
mat Iulure (''P/'ul*r,'f Whether that had any connection Present- 9 members voting for It, 2 against Councillor Herrera slated he did
llaniUvtdSaW^Tal witn lhc disappearance of wit- His Worship the Mayor (Coun- a"d one not voting. Dpi believe it would be the rlghl
Eorporatlon be^subject to "eases and what appeared to be rlllor V. R. Vldale. In ihe Chatr). Alderman Henry observed that thing to do to insist on the demoh-
-4lrfi-rtnan.
V. E. Henry.
Ii s casv to keep surfaces clean and shining jusi girc
them a quu k tub m-cr with a little Vim on a damp doth every
day. Vim is so smooth ii won't scratch leaves all
surface polished and bright. Use Vim for all your ckaning
it's mi quick and easy io use.
VIM
cleans everything
smoothly and speedily
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PAGE EIGHT
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On ffcpprli .pt.li TW hfrMNUiiv-. Th.
Urltuti Council. ifpilrparl, iVpd
SB IP St-n
WAITED
DWVBHs and rONDurroRa wanird
App. BMM< II... DwwnT Amoti..
t-oo. -tpr. tiraai M 1,1 M In
IaA.DY Yihirc lad.
"HllUr" Maap.pl
al*-r1.-ad ch.Wr.
Ihr r*,u>liv A-..I
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MISCELLANEOUS
Ml" TH HI M
FURNISH Kit HOVII
family. fi.rnlafipd
3 brdroorna for ont ... ,_
Savannah arra prpfnrpd lung Mai
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Will
any iti
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cAniAi. io imvsst
nvral up to I19JM In partjitTan.,
I i'i buuuaaa BBlaUi fall* 4.
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fo i-nonr m m;
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MECHANICAL
UNDER THE SILVER
HAMMER
l>N TUESDAY SUfl 'end If ,,ol cofl-
clidM, W*dn*U, SM. b> orrtrr of
J* I-**rB Knl,*,! ,na M *,,.,,
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oundi. Urf* S*t*sa !*. apllna
cuahiona. Mlrd HalatanaJ. mWtu Chairs
UprlSM anal Ann Chain. CabttM:
sioVftnard Tea Troll**. Liquor
Clawfpol Up|
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Lmmp,
MACIMNF A Irndl. Mar (Una Trim.
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nip rrom Mock in
htiha ap
WANTID TO aiftT OB hi V
VUBKHJR in n.n.,in. ^nd (u.
datall. Box Q C/o Advocai. Advu
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LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE
tTmAfjirma. am. uhovah
Th, appllaaai af V
punjl,,.., M U***, !.* r*a. app
1MB. aranlad lo lUnld Ma|>p In nr.p
of p board .,.d WBflr .hop ,,u*cl
I" rppMkmcr at Park Bnaal. fauah Hall
Si Drhaal, for pamilawan lu rrmuvr
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OlUd lhl> 11.1 day of OclobpT l*Bt
t j it rnwAKUH, bq .
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VKRNUN HIADm
N. Thl. application wlu^b^m-
ildatpd t ., |.itinai court lo br hPid
al PBUro tuu-l. Dlairlci ~W u,, Tuaadav.
in* *lli day of Novambrr l*Pa\ a|' ||
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rr Mi pat bap Clitlrm Crwic
Id Palnprllo Rlrrat H |
IS
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"dtand". IPPdlpP. Dally NpwPMMr |53
irlvina in tMrhpdo. by Air I, a l.
!)> -rtar piibllcaUan In lAndon Contaol
Un aia e/o Advprpu 'Ut. Ltd UkpJ
P.praartiUlla T) Mil
CAM HUXalAN UKNX IHTATT Cpl
VM1 Modal. S.Mk mlia. only W. kpw.
**prr.d HiaamapluM i* pall Oat
..hi.Jp which kpp Ik* fraou and dapa.
..pad. by Auataaai PA CaK Gaiadp apt
d*y Ik* pgT|lll|||i, *A^iJ
u. i Ikan.
FRIDAY, OCTOBER U. M2
CHANORY SALE
ruM u**d^BSL^"'2_W ta -t un for aak. M ih. i|||li,H
x^^rf^^ 3'S,!=:,a.,a" atrars
ip/aiaw
Rppi.liaUaPi OfApP.
i^iNTirT
0TJfTA
NA MAY OAL
-MU AIAp OAI*: or orWbui ,
HAMPDCN A^Mna^U. CVHB .J-w. Hap of Cl
"WJT AJX THAT
1-ARAOpS VIEW p.
'^"t* baloo*,,
Cbu,ir, m Oil. .tend
'a kundrad and t-.*
hutii-at and b-und.naj
___takpf .
nd .harpo* pp* aaaM
Amu Tfc* Oprripon I
m
T.blr
IV.:.-1
- Watai
Taklr ,apol p .11
rhr-latdaid. Uh*te
lathrra Clock Swlna Cnuch
--kppi pnd Chair. rw,,..
Varuuni Cbaanar. Braaa JardAao
nod niaaa and China Re I of (i _
T,Dto OJJPk; DliMan pnd Tap S*rvtc*a
ird ih-iappa. fAiraaup and VppHy
ilxra. Slntlte faadatppda and aprMda
UM -nd H.IJ, TpM*p, U T WaJfcv
..,d. all In Mahopjpny Badroon. RHr
in Halm Wood tingle kanmpnp
rllBMB -nd Barm... H.ribh, .n4
Dan Btepp Mpil'aaa^. C.da. Hook Sh-U.
M T Pnd Zhlc Top Tablaa. LATdaap,
Kilchan KIHaal t and I Burner Valor
1>H Muvaa. L*rg* and Small Oven*, Ulapa
I. matdalnr in paalact wurklnp; older
lamia. K lichen Ulen.lla. Eire trie
... k-m. kroD. TjlUe Lamp* Ate
Lawn Mower, fla-drn Toota. Bookt, In-
ludlnp a Poypra and Schom HlaWrtea
if Barbadoa. ateo Setiool and Rpferencr
Hook, and man. olha-r Iteana of latpreu
Sale I1.1P o'clock Tprmp ca.h
BANKER. TROntAN fit..
I M an
SEA AND AIR
TRAFFIC
In C.rliilc Bay
"I D Cunndetil I i
Utac. Lady Hllver r^ranca rmm,n.
..IIP II Davippter, M.,l. iPtelU
Viol*. Vpppola: T B Had.
AKRIVAI f.
' plaa I
-1 .7Z.r~^.?.,"m , ammowipj on a ppppp
Si JTZJ**?1 * u"-" "in*rl> f '* Am
2*_f_ ?* Crate aa* a* th* public road
i-jppTL^La^7 **^ *hT*"ter wiu. the me.ruapea. dwellln--
f*akZan^T 2^*^+ m* *u ** -** y f*J- -T"AT ' 7^Ma^.lllnmHhteP or pIptp
". y^- C, JNPBBPlPh-. In Iki. l.land
-nd numbered Ik In
Iha aa-aa ,ipd. and ihee,"
Gomes Keporl SHIPPING NOTICES
to put forward hip view, but that
.* womM Uk* tha. opportunity lo
do a* al Um praaapt Uaa-. Ha felt
iha* laaaafrp at* the Council wen-
IruatphP. of the City for Um bur-
g'-aaaa. and aa Mich, had to ba> vary
- r*ful aa to what thaY/ did.
Th* Councillor tpTaeajd ihr
history of tha ailr for tb*> parlod
hoginnini with the war to the pre-
sent to show how tha Council hud
at all time* held to the view thai
the building there would have to
w reeBoved and tha site.
to its orifpuaj condlUon, and in-
formed rnaenbars that it was only
by reaaoti of the Council'* decUlon
that Thomas had been able to
arcure the hulWlna; at demolition
Uia>. Hi- understood that the sun.
paid by Mr. Thomas waa pl.030.
U W.I. currency, and a condiuoi:
ROYAL NETHERLANDS
STEAMSHIP CO.
kAaXtNu rBOM i raorc
at s iTkvrroR nih opwh.r, itaa
M 8 HESTIA. MOi Ortefarr. 1PM
a COTTICA. ii*i oetobpr. ItH
U s xmntu lath Nui'iiabi.. Ikta
a Boaxoor mm tThh bUim. ipH
AJXpio *> inapn
k a iiBAMfapyiAJj. m -- 1 r uaa
.*I1IM. TO ItlHIUAP PABAMABIBO
AJf* BftmSH I.IIANA
BaNAAW. BWi Octobpr. 1PM
u aTBfrroB am Oitakw. uaa
r. .5 frrncA i'ih Novhaf. UM
M 1 NEftTUaL HUl Novpmkar. IPkt
AHJM. TO TKINIDAU
E1KA. BHh Octobpr. IBM
A ".....*' "
BWI. BCUOONKB OWM.H.
AfaBOClATtON 'IMC i
CcailfBH Phone MT
l*s*T PRICT a*
^^trPPt ap-Tu^nS rj"" " "mWr. IM Bo.-
i Hi-* air*.. I, "i ml**i j_"*""""_ fc"'" - "*-*'|Q( the purchaaa was he would rc-
ht^^'TiJrr -" '-S-S' ^2^* ^\'i' ln' " building within 120 day.
Me could not see m the carcum
Canadian National Steamships
THIRD!.Y AA.L TNA
I Iha dlilrlcl___......
acir, and thirty^
.-.-TfimrPOA' conlalBhaa by adm.urp-
------,-?1*"" ,mt ">""U ,/oa-
y-on* papch*., and ateo atpki
- a pubno read >lluaU In or naa/
i Ute apid ppplPh of Chrkpt Cnurdh In
iwuaT ~iis7p7riZar^w tan" "" "r "'" * ^ M
and en iha public rapd Z ,, W^_ to**th-r a,iUi Ihp to. ..a,
leclrd .
.l.lLf
-alUnpho
> at al
Lull ~l,rt
l.v.l.d..^-
uuma
MOBIMBOIIND
m-srr nuci sjow
DATF Of SAl* .T
tnr Amov%.Hxtmnt*v> r*ckpfni
TUB Tin Wopanakar IBM ^*Ji'*-,1
inoary-
HUB |
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\i
LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE
iTBANHlia
IllMUl VteW. St 1,
Of Liquor LArpnaa No IJT of IPS* eranlpp]
U Amu- Ford. Bkop Hill. SI Thmnai.
in raarpect of a bwutted ....
hifp jiiM-hcl |., a doubla in.,f#d h."
-i Orand vi. SI Thomaa. I upp B
al wch la t Dated in,. Kind day of Oclnb.-. 1PI
iSdl i CLARENCE GOODlN
Tfl-J R KI>11 AK1AP AM
Police Maal>t>..le, Dial l(
N.B Thi. application wTi fa
... _i bp hpk
le ytn Novprabpr, ibu -t n o'ciork .
I Police Cmm. DIMihI 1(
J B. 1DWAW>K.
Pullc- MadUtrate. IDat.
st it at-
EXAMINATION
RESULTS
__ From pace 5
Uilh,iuH>n. O. H. (i-rench,
Spanish). ^ i
Yarde. J. K (fu?l. Knowledgr I
Lailln, French).
Private (JandldBlaa:
Archer, A. B. (History)
Nlchola. S. I. K, (EuAjliiihi
Hetd. C. G. (Enliah).
Slsnett, J. D. (Luun, Pure
Malha).
Waiihe. D. A, (Krutiish. Hisiory,
l-'tin, pun Matiit).
ADVANCED ll\n
PAR UST
BUrtaPdlaB Krenmi irutitui*;
Prewod, J. H. (Pure Maths)
..*i...
<-,.i
I lon. fiom Trinidad
Wallace Conalaiiad
<*... Aaaorlabon
t Larlbpa* IM lona. frocn Qp
... under CautaJn B Gumba Cp
ipnad io the Brhoonor Owncra Ad
lBloan.
S S Trya. t.kPb lani, frapp St LurlP
ndrr Captain O Kane.lnam Conaianed
D- C.-ia A Co Ltd
. Henrietta i.H
Seawell
M.PH V,, B? ,RU
m m.U.d Oatabaa SI
I.,..,, -
!.*. K. Sellte'. S Wo-bum. V K
u fl*"*- M Ollinevrr. %f H,
M D* K.,.n S Kmbi. C August Slump In Venezuelan
Oil Production
THE PRODUCTION of Venezuelan crude oil deciined
m August, dropping 78,336 barreui a day from the July
level to an average of 1,724,818 barrel* daily.
- The production of crude oil has
GKMNAOA SKW& now bWl ^ th* decr**e *
the record 1.814.407 twrreui a day
of May.
The production figure far
Auguat this year was the lowest
nice August last year, when the
nverage dally output was 1,700.024
barreu. Tha average dally flow
(if crude oil this year is 1.810,004
barrels compared with the
1,704,043 barrels of a year ago.
Oil company ipokesmen itlri-
bute the August slump in produc-
i tn the. U.S. steel strike which
New Medical
Superintendent
Takes Over
......
E_ **t>
ADVOCATE
STATIONERY
UkkTSTOM.. UASTIKOa
Juat the inur thi>p in tna ulatP
wkprp th* Be.l Bo.0... SlaUonary
and Xinaa Card) are now ta show.
i,-,., rripidad: on -.,*
i klainaoL K. Atainpol. C Sharpe
l-.n..#au. Y lumpen n JohT^^
Hi. i.nlmii. Dr H HieH.lei
._*alle. J Crook a. V ONetll. <- Wn.,.,,
PBWI MU.HAI. KXAMINA- l-".iP:" "a-SST*. LJS5i^
ph ^OTr"" !Z ^rsftr
rnvaic: h wun. r. wini.. He. d h tihi>
Barrow, K. J. Chernlatry (com-l2*,i_^?,v.'*on.'. J..*:^m'"!. Hum,
Plata exempU
< lt and < .i.....- of l.....ilon
IiwUtuL. Ilrnnrlmrirt of
TechBOlogy
t:i.E WORR iThror> Only)
PASS LIST
Harnado* Kvpnlog Inatttete;
BUckman. K. O. 1st Class
Morris, h. C. lpi clasa
Wtlwaii. I r. 2nd Class
23rd Octobrr, 1852.
M.MilUn. M Mckfluan. U Upprntn.
id D Ch.nt. C While Mpl. Prp*.
H fclct'.nn. I. tacCaim, r O.raon.
" Crpipveil E Bkkar.
wuamina
>. tnlliaa UM. Vkrd
F Bonny J Blackbon
eade. L Bampaon C t
rat Btaaaaai oat es.
~ Luelf. 7. 8* ' I M
I>. rrank C. Alexla, youitg
<.iM.diaii medico who has barn
ibbb?" It Vlnct "V' alrne
i37. arrived in the colony last
wek on transfer to the Coioiiv
Ifoapital -laiT as Medical Suuer-
mlendenl. He will also stand in
ZJX" """ Sur
Mr. Elvin Si. Bernard, form-
"ly of the Legal Dapartm.i,i
here and up lo recently acting
c ro-pn Attorney, Dominica, was
miranaii here last week en route
to British Honduras to take up
appointment a* Crown At-
"rney Mr. St. Bernard was ear.
un a primary school teacher, i<-
'in-iuishing the Head Teachersrun
efa. *, V St ^^d's Angllr;.!
^**ool when he left for RaapVwrJ
i" read for the Bar. ""^""^
First sitimg of the LagUlauv.-
< uuncil after the mid-year re-
'' will lake place on October 29.
Considerable pubuc mtereat
h.is been aroused following arrest
and charge of a Public Works
iH'parunent clerk with fraudu-
lent conversion and subeequeat
arrests as well as rumours of fur-
ther police action following the
preliminary examination in the
MjgistraieN Court. This inutnat
has been stimulated by the fact
that only a few months ago
there was an investigation by
Commission appointed by the
Governor Into alleged irregular-
ities in the Department and the
Heport. while submitted to Cov-
niment. has not yat bean r-
tianoaa how the Council could
grant a lease to air. Thomas, hav-1 c*^tj
ing regard to al) the cifCuDistances! ,-aa*.
Of the Crtk*. I anpdipa rrater.
Alfaernsan Cabral briefly re-l
viewed that fgcU of the matter'
and stated that be could not agree;
to the motion for Buany reasons j
which were nrell known to the
members of UM CounciL
Councillor Farfan expre&aed his
jeenarnt with the vifn
Councillor Almandoi. H also
opooaed the moUon.
Tha Deputy-Mayor Councillor
Gooms, supported die motion. He
ielt that a period of five years
waa not long enough to provide
Mr. Thomas with the sort of secu-
rity necessary In the circum-
stances.
The mover and seconder of the
motion at this stage agreed thai
'he motion should be amended to
include the grant to the applicant
of an option of renewal of the
-*ae for a further term of five
years to take effect on the expira-
tion of the first live years
Councillor Mathura *uga;este that the rental should be reduced
lo $600 per aruiura but this
not accepted.
The Mayor put the motion lo
he House and declared it carried
At the request of Councilloi
James, the Council divided and
Ihere voted as follows:
For the "lotion.
The Deputy-Mayor (Councillor
A. Gomes. Alderman L. B. Thomas,
and Councillors N. Tang C D
M..thura. N. Alcantara, J. Herrera,
and
It Oct
. h on
- t Nev
S9 Nov
caused a deterioration in the de- ... ---------------.- -
mand for heavy fuel, but they ex- ': wvedo, j. Stephens
pact produetion lo resume its tn- (tnj,p"es Ward8.
'-ease during the remainder ot Apoinst:
ihe year. Alderman G. Cabral, F. T rsr
Mr A. T Proudflt. presadsnt el ,Jn. A, R James and A. A Alman
ihe Creole OU Company, was'00**
, .-'U-d in a Maracalbo oewapApai Majority for5
ecently, as having Mid that the, The following member, dld not
Jersey Standard subsidiary ex- vote:
parts Its capital investment next Councillor P. Quamina Hi. Wor
to_surpass that of this year ship the MayorT^n^ V H
Company's eaniUl I Vidale.
The Creole
ajrl
Ludget for 1952 was I0.t06.000
ars. about ZS.5ti,000. Mr I
udflt said he is planning to in-
t nearly 100,000,000 dolls" ,
I i-.irly CSS.714,000 In its- Vene-I
i uelan operations next year.
Refining decreased In June after j
establishing a dally record of
381.041 barrel* in May. according ,
u, ngurep released by the Ministry J
of Mines and Hydrocarbons. I __ ..^ M uuuul
The June average output was .juken. Alderman Henrv left tho
382.384 barrels a flay for all 10 liable. y irn thv
operating rsfinaries in Jht j Councillor L. Q. Tiiosnas look no
rart in the proceedings, of the-'
In other words, il uws agreed.-
That Mr. L. G. Tlvoouis ba
Oranted a lays* of th* sit* In
question on the usual lanu and
"ndllions for a period of flve
years with the option of re* I
newal for a further term of five
So."' *n annu" rcnt" <"1
JJto.'1'l' w^ was about to be
Barkadpa Barbadai
m on it on
] Nov S Nov
so Nov ta Ho*
iaa> St Nov St Nov
it Dae SO Dec
ArHvea SpIIp
riarbadai Bppppd**
Ti i- St Or I
T Mav I Bov
ArHn
I Nov
II Nov
I Dpc
SDae.
SI Dpo.
Nov.
II Nov
4 Dpc
t Dp*
It Dpc
GARDINER AUSTIN A CO., LTD. Apeau.
s.s.
CT'TRANSATLANTIQUE
SOUTHBOUND
S3. "COLOUBIC" Sailing November 5th 1H52. CalUnj at
Trinidad, La Guaira. Curacao, Cartagena, Jamaica
DE CRASSE" Sailing November 28th. 195J. Calling at
TilNidad. La Uuaiia, Curacao, Cartagena and Jamaica.
NOBTHBOUND
"C01X>MBIE" Sailing IGili November IB&1. Calling a,
Martinique. Guadaloupe, England and f-rance.
"DE GHASSE" Sailing 8tli December 1952. Calling at
England and Prance
ACCEPTING PASBENGER8. CARGO, MAIL
R. M. JONES A CO., LTD.fpajpfa
phone mi
We have aamctliing new in Knamelware
Jmr.E BRAND TRIPLE SAUCEPANS
B.ll.P.
CUTS SANDWICHES
Flying to Jamaica this week to
see hex husband was Mrs. Elaint
Jones, o( London Nothing extra-
ordinary In that* Yesthe fare.
Il was M% below normal. Mrs
Jones, who cuts sandwiches for
passengers st London Airport, had
her return ticket reduced from th
normal 192 to a mere 29.
ctrat of ExauivGir
st^pTH-**-" --
BBBapaSSi !#>
I .ouis L. BAYLET
RelUo Lane
^SrSS8!5RTBfB
ENGLISH
POTATOES
c. per Ik. RETAIL
S5.50 per BAG
HZ lb>.
Al No. II tap. SI.
2S.I0.52In
W;^W5a^eaaaiaiafc
7 MORE DAYS
ENTRIES CLOSE ON
FRIDAY, OCTOBER 31,- 4 P.M.
WIN $40.00 FIRST PRIZE
in ADVOCATE XMAS CARD COMPETITION
TODAYS NIWS iLASH
MODEL STRAP ENGINES
TRAINS
GAMES
BUCKETS A SI'ADES
BUBBLE SETS
ALS
PLAY BALLS
CHEST EXPAMDERS
Etc. Etc.
In The Toy Department
JOHNSON'S STATKJNERY
SEND
IN
YOUR
ENTRY
TO-DAY
FOLLOW THESE HFLES CABEFULLY
an>- 2. TEST "**" '" ,U ~*" ' "" Ad,<"-*' '"d " ^ -
Card, can be made by any proceaipainting, drawing, photographic, etc
A competitor can enler an, number of card* bu- all card, muat b, original work.
Preference w.ll ! given to cards with a Barbadian or Weil Indian flavour and
to novelty cards.
The Judging v.,11 he done by a judging committee which will include the Editor
rnelr dacliion will he final.
tJ^^SSSZT*' * --^ Third-^O^; ^ ^
The closing dale for th. competition Is 4.00 pJn ,m October 31st: but competitor,
can start sending In their entries now. t~*a.o.
iuld be addressed to the Editor. The Advocate, Bridgetown.
Irm
I Drpfl. 7ft | ip !>,
i" j casts
I" Pr Cuitp.,,, ts a/lir i
Coupon Staio jW
,_ CANADA
> I'r (-raj.ir, on
Bankac, ^I-f, p,
Datnarid Dn.ii, n Pf, p,.^
" t'if. yv.
CENTRAL EMPORIUM
Cnr. Broad & Tudor Sis.
KARL EDMONDS
F.RSA. OPJL
Cerlined Public Accountant (Ontario)
announces the opening of an office for the practice
of his profession at 206
K. II. Ilunl. Huildiuu
Lower Broad Street.
Barbados.
Temporary Phon* 5077
100
YEARS
AGO
THE BLENDERS OF
WALLACE'S FINEST
SCOTCH WHISKY
OFFERED THE
WORLD A WHISKY
OF RARE QUALITY
TO-DAY . THE SAME
QUALITY WHICH HAS
MAINTAINED IT'S .
POPULARITY CAN
BE ENJOYED BY
YOU-----SO TRY IT
NEXT TIME
WALLACE'S FINEST OLD
SCOTCH WHISKY
MANNING & CO., LTD.-Agents


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IMf.l VINR
HENRY
BY CARL ANDERSON
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BY CHIC YOUNG
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BY DAN BARRY
BRINGING UP FATHER
BY GEORGE MC. MANUS
-l>jClE
muscle- totbu
ME WHAT k AOjlO
u*e etc D*J^ES--
K BAT6 SO I- TTLE
OC *WAT WS h*S
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van sa v
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TO P'MO OUT
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waa m6 ai-at
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RIP KIRBY
BY ALEX RAYMOND
t way* .r *k> ia/vs

i MM/TES...AMAT
j have ***PPffyED y
AE* *OJ CAN R3T THE MANi.ES I A* >Cua &0>
CUSinE TK 4M0W *NO KV X ESCAPES '-*
- CiST SEE THAT T- 5 LVjVjV M3TE fiT* TO
PA&A-. lEE...

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t 0 OATbCB I
REvSVfcCS v-Xi *c *
ro.-rtisi
THE PHANTOW
HY LEE FALK & RAY MOORES
Investment
Supervision
The unusual conditions existing today require more
than ordinary knowledge and experience to handle
your investments
Our many yean, of investment MCVt .. have htted
US to advise you and to make periodi:al revisions
aj your list ol investments
Any enquiry will receive immediate attention
v. .ihout obligation on your part.
HOYAl SECURITIES CHRP LTD.
BRANCHES THROUGHOUT CANADA
i S. BRYDEN k SONS (Barbados) ITD.
BARBADOS CORRESPONDENTS
Thrrr I. n
II I' M
likv M. S.

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:nooth
-I I M II I
in.nj.-j aU n UM
b
SFiAKI X SVMI's r
(19381 ITD.
H. H(;,,,-l. r. Ur IVtt lltl
FOR NICE
THINGS TO
USE
I".-, Rir*
i dui
!'.. k.iKf-j ..f (junker On til
with Cup & Saucer
P>.rkafM Shrvdded Wheni
(Vm of *TtMt
(Large Ttai of Aipanjiw Tip*
flefn?'* Vwtnble Snla.l
I
t'n Mavunii.ii-'ir
ii.it- stuffed Ottvai
Itols Co. kt.nl OtllUfl*
Tin runt Cocktails
.. Stra*
i itjnt (Nolle*)
AND our popui.ar
FIVF STAR BUM
INCE & Co., Lid.
IT PAYS YOU TO DEAL HERE
SPECIAL OFFERS AVAILABLE THURSDAY TO*SATURDAY AT All BRANCHES
U.u.llj NOW
SALISBURY CORNKD MUTTON
SAWYER TOMATOES
IICT AI'RICOTS2 02.
LUX JQAP II.UKK.S I..
KENS BID ..
POTATOKS-2 lbs.
66 62
:ib H
61) M
.45 .42
26 M
.16 l'l
I OI1STEK ,
t nil HiiRS '..
MEI4KING MOBS h
HHi:SSEl. SPHOt:s
ASPARAGUS MID A TIPS
CUT I'KI.EHV
i VNN VALLEY CORN
HROKEN CAULIFLOWER
EOOTCH OATMEAl^-7 nkf
BARLEYa o>. i.kt
ATI! HHKK
GO8JP0 CI.KANSF.R
D. V. SCOTT & Co. Ltd. Broad Street
CHRISTMAS
IS COMING-
sneer vou*
ft.anrfA
WE HAVE THE
FINEST SELECTION
OF
*
CHRISTMAS CARDS
TAGS. SEALS, TINSEL, WRAPPING PAPER
NOW'S THE TIME
TO GREET FRIENDS OVERSEAS
oer vou*
PAY A VISIT TO-DAY
ADVOCATE
STATIONERY ST0R
Broad St. & Greystone. Hastings


c
PAGE TEN
BARBADOS ADVOCATE
FRIDAY OCTOBER 24. 1M
BARBADOS TEAMS TROUNCE TRINIDAD
Homesters Outplay ______
Visitors In 2 Games
TIIIXIIIAII TEAM
BOTH Barbados Water Fob .-earns scored deciaiv
H the inuring Trinidad teams at the Aquati-
night The local ladies' team had everything
:. own way and won by four goals to nil, and in a
second match, the local men's learn secured
.1 win by a 52 margin.
mbtaMng alcawllmlj well, and
Ict scot a twfl h i.w aoid shots in ihu
For Birbadn*" men's tram. rly *tage.
:'-d two, and quick
Charlie Eve- .in, -.on to Barbados did voi
Rex &-katcin one each. Ic'p ihe Iceoli ;*- the triila-i
id T S muel i>rrfl fin bBcrt-i wort larllta were not
i 'W-mrprrs H
. : ll


i": team on ih(
r toast*.
ncn ore
mrincu extremely
TUt Tn.
; it threi
;nn*r' after itart of piny wncn
Kenneth Ince i.zil.d one air.n.
I tdgi t. < rner away
not:* ilie i;(mlkeeper
'(..ted in
!.! I.'.mdcd area, bir taai Uw
lAtaok it me Ursi h U. a gocrt
PoJicr w in Falling
Plate CuQiifM'titioii

u\ ih v lacked tit* ondur- poaa In the Barbado* area
forwa-d in attack, r-e Irnldadlao OiU u chance to
i ma bc*t d<.dft the Barbados ha-k* and
wh.it seemed tl <-. ine llrsi (Of T-
Ttae Trinidad Ride twin. hr*d*d hjr Di E Richuditon Caataln- arrived yeterd*>y morolag to
take part In the Intercolonial ShooUnic Meeting ot the BKA Skipp-i Rlchard*on hold the Anchor
Cup which Trinidad woo two yar ago
1
The Ladle*
player*
RIFLE TEAMS ARRIVE
* reach, n the bull
SEAWELL, Oct 23The teams from British Guiana lK.foie Hml wlt_ Ih,
and Trinidad which will take part in the Intercolonial Prize ,wo> Mr P u Hing and "air. M.
Majatlna of the Barbados Riffle Association arrived yester a Wight the others have lou.ed tin
day The Trinidad team erne In hy B.W.I.A. during th- ^^^P^^- n to BG
morninR while the BG team arrived in the afternoon. wl|h the Anchor Cup whiCl. we
At the airport to meet the Trim- 4. Bton Crook* who will rriv<. won here in 4V\ he said.
The P..11C- Number One
Shooting Te.m wun the Falling'
Plate Competition at Ih. I
ment Pine Range yesterday after- .
DOOM in the excellent time of 30
'cenda. Thi* competit'pn whs '
oca Of th.- event* neld by the;
Harbados Rifle Association in their
Jh*tinK Competition.
The victorious Police team was
eonrpriied of Cpl. Moi I
Knight. Cpl. Wulcott and Polir?
Constable Bollock.
v entered fur the Out-
petition and the Regiment *enl
t\s.. ttamj. two came from the
Police, three from the Cadet
Corp* and two from the llifle
Association.
The conditions were Ideal with
v. ry little wind blowing -.^ros.'
th target. This competition took
the '00 yard* bull and
i remarked Vow
< l-arly the target was ,
lu them
When the teams were called
upon to shoot, each team nad to
run from 300 yards to the 200
yard* butt and every mar. was
given ten rounds of amnninitun
and each team had four plates to
knock oowii.
In the final* the Police team
had four members of the B.R.A.
,. pains! them but the Constables
exception Ol moved elf quickly and In 30 sec-
- -- >,ids time they had shot town
four plates required for
ctory. ___
r* up again** .hem. the
F, rh.idos tea, played mare ag
|T4 >-iw : rul
fcs-e- and inor exciting Trtnl-
irt.e hc.?'l.n** t e r own wen.
in*.' ir-i-gli ; nd the strategy of allow-
he iik an epp ncm to recc.\.- the
0j ttii orfraiive. ball irom a pass unmolested and
.,<.,- tbaii a.- 'Jen before he could turn in Iho
coring were weak, v liter prcperly. kn-ck It out of
Bronda Fostin scored the lira* ins h'nd. was helping them well.
, iM.dos when she skil- lrec was able to bring the
I quakly gathered "ie acore even when, after makiruj a d-ri ,m wp^ membar. <-r the next week. The team was aa follows: Mr D g- ?-_ I?;...k
:.midad b.itk wh- iorn t u> deal thi QSIVe the ball which was knocked j o.nncll. M II E.. Major A S man of the British West Indies toy, Mr V. B. Sl_ Aubyn Mr
la hi* direction by a_ Trinidad Wnrren. Mr. K. 8. Yearwoou. udle_Association and captain of J. "*'?" l"h, "r r..
Blsley. and Mr U A
-M
' >y^ ^" -.r---
ChkisWwCww
Gin Wrappings
Windward Islands
, ,i Boul. back. With a sweep of the arm t",'pi'r'j! r" JurUiiii."Mr'*T.' A. L. II..- W I -.m vvhu-h visited Bialcv Hinu
Thli i.'"al seemed to add im- ilhin M DeVerteuil
Marahall.
and Mr. "Bunnv
will end
2r.ii nut III the second sumption a iwilt one-time shot Ocloho j0 when the Intercolonial Aquatle Court while Mrs Lums| '
Barbados A minut" be- Item Uannlater put Barbudo. in .ho,,, for lh. Anchor cup bv the den will be the nuest ot s
ZUTZ ,h. ,lrs, halt, due the lead. Shortly alter. Inee lnrc, ,pm, win |. held M.re (luest Houie.
The B.G. Thorn
._ u> the Barhndon team and ful shot.
outawan thall opiwnents At hglf time the score was
i tiiy instances and the game one each.
f.i.; turn. A minute aad a The meeting started on Wednes
m Jean Chandler took a Barldo look Uw WUaUvoJn dfl>. Qjt 3,,^,,^ lh(. Barbado.
i.ftei liltinn the second half and passing wn? |ram i{_.lU hrv,, for ,nr Trumpet
I .body clear out of th. '*" Two WfcPgM J**J*! Cup. This Meet
wal
1 half, due the lead. Shortly . W* three teams
ST* &T%E !h As Dr. E Richardson. Opta
team, and to their ho- Trinldadians seemed to be of the Trinidad team walked from
SmT-2? uLl J. recctved a US ore noticeably than the the plane with the Anchor Cup
... going. Jean receded a x ^ aecon(I halI hugged snugly under-hls arm. he
paas when quite unmarked and SSlSjual aftlw the middle mmmented: We..... going to take
comparative long r.mgr ^ST^J^LJirl^ X" back to Trinidad", but
put ii.rb.idos three up. jf Iho Secoiid ludf. tharlk'^ti>" ,or noarb ,. .., wWh
llOWOd the sw-n, down from, the bael. 1m 5ymPathise with vu
i *f*i J" l^S^ttmSSm or R,ehardaon said: 'Mv team
trtt .nis ine val thi, TS forwards. Evelyn took opportun- nope9 ,n carrv back the Anchor
Trinidad ladies made number to Pt In the fourth for Bar- Cup which two years ago we won
of long distance uttompl*. The btdo* '" Barbados.
hopped harmless- A mmute ^.^ Trinidad gain- He said that there won ftfO"
. the goal keeper ., Mwcmn Ul Iniereolon.al Shoot-
v.ho rarely had to make much
to save a good ti\
I lei exhibited
Rreit degree of stamina about
three minutes before the end of
Along with him were Measra. C *'8nl and Mr W. S^ Cyril wte
i^umaden. V O'Neill. F Bello. O. represented B.C. in 1M7 ooth on
C Hmmmy and C Wilson, their flrat visit to Barbados
Thai will take part In the com- They were met at the Airport
petition, Mr. Lumsden wan ae- "y Capt. J. R. Jordan. Capt. C
ompanied bv hU wife. \ R. E Warner, Mr. F. D. Davis.
The team wjtl be staying aid Ml'- T- A- '* Roberts and Mi L
i) W Hasael .
The B.G. team are also guests
the Aquatic Court.
F>om Our Own Cofirsp-mdenl >
ST. KITT6. Oct. 23.
The second Test match between
the Windward Islands and lee-
ward Islands, commenced to-day.
Windward Islands won the toss
and batted lint. At 4.30 p.m.
the score was 11 for 3. Neverson
niadje 71 runs.
Ilolrv Watrlie-s
LOUIS L. BAYLEY
Bolton Laae ^"""
ed their second goal as .
if a frat throw. '"g on ha
With sbout three minutes i..or Norrnan
1(', play. Bannlabtr was called out of Laseelles.
the watei by the referee, for a 0th members of the team are
tenm. W. Man Son Hnig.
RUDtar and Charles
The British Guiana Hide team!
arrived last night by B.W.I.A.
(light from British Guiana. The
specta- members all looked in good'
>>> good splrlu-
u" Mr. J. A. Sutton. Captain of
the team, told the "Advocate'
"We have an experienced team
and will give a good account of
'mi-selves. We took home the \
Anchor Cup from Barbados on
cur last visil.
Me said that all the nu-mbcrs
lttV represented British Guiana
ma advantage. . > .
mme when, alone In the Trlnld,d prMiM , , ,,., , V <
foul and with this
srnre, but Barbados kept up the
attack instead of defending and
Hex Eckstein scored the. fifth
goal after a masterpiece of com-
ation in which the ball came
from Inc.
Cricket Healer
MMM
iks, Capt K Gittens an
Trinidad goal area, the back
were fighting tn offset anoth
god Twic,. the ball was knocked
out of her hand, the second time
Tn w7h.V''wh'enn,hc b,n,lcl" ' wWc" ,h b"' '"" On October 0. Harold Dolton.
. Ml the second tln.e. .he '" ' '" ^'"" """ then to 52-ea,-old masseur to K
.....k ami neck swim with lllm,e" County Creket Club sailed
MCh It llrsl The l-n. wr. Jamaica lie bik-s with r
McKlnnon. P Pitcher. J (-haiHlt#r. "I aginis it Will
i ,, P. riupatrlcfc and B Hunt* Daltoii has been masseui to
,_.... *"* en Tri>ia.4-ai i j uatriin* .Capt i c Essex for three years and has
A Trinidadlan forward reached am. t a*muri. a *. j ..,..,, ,. ..,., ., ,,,.,-!, >,. ih.-
",ICr,eiU.fn? "JSWEfc "2S. -."-"-./E-r ,iUD'w'M. ZV,uitl^%> ,'nlL-,
.md a sesond later, Ken- bum MU Ki-ms*. " '.. and. mote recently, the Indian'.
- Ul line BOiOkad It OUt Of his Mama I'limmtr. Maiy 8tolk>m.^^- [(,. ,|,- on)f. Test
and the Barbados men's ri~5!lUn1?Tr.i --*- -ui Indians but had t.i docl
I and,
loo, werp on the offensive. ,
ci. the Trimdadians wore
i.trhr-
pl-0d Ms-lUghl Th H.Hh.a.-. lrl.ll
ill toe ih urn.
FIRST I.OAI.
ger Gupta's it
with the team.
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