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PACE TWO BARBADOS \liMKJATK \lli;l'\i NOW Hum I. im Ccuiib galling T PORTRAIT OF ELIZABETH II BY THE WAY T HE Hop It. N Tutitial Secretary WM among idos AquaticQufc on night for th< .md British Guiana who with Barbados %  lenc Cup i' thr Oovfrnmrnt Rang*, N > m %  ".. %  ng al MayviUe Gunt HUUM i* Ml Gun Rn) ot Bn< i be remain uu. jnollHT two weckl. HI Kaj who i to the Chief Justice i enjoying the wonder fi.of Barbados and iti sea bathing and is glad that she H in tin* for the tea egg season oi which %  he had heard so much. This u her Aral visit to the CJrtV Club Fair Y noon Mm Betl> Aim. Omcer. opened the S.i B.iy Sit 11 %  i Mourns. The work on displ.iv mm marked at icasunable pi was of a high standard The girl* owe drlo Mrs. Sumcr NighteugaU-. the high standard of work prod Short VUm M K B1 I %  GUI.IM.1 M I ".is been maKing a tour of some i>( the inland %  ... fiw returning '" Ttimdad. Frmm B.C. R E\ ANT) M. C F WILLIAMS arc now in Harbathiee-mon" visit and arr gueff* ,,1 Nurse E %  Pn ROV. William., a Hrmtiimif. For RianVf M lt II. V. H I Judge Of f % %  %  %  l *'.W Unrib yMeed ( f au match hen%  %  He aaUd M mflkn* i* the ad known the utand verv well %  tare renrm* froai the mm£> three years a#o afier an 7 -ears. Juris-Wf Ha had rat the Bar i Winn Among the many articles which the girls made wne. tufted WOOl work, embioidery, applique, table mats, pot holders, and table cloths. Other item* <>f handiwork taught thetii by Mrs. Night. engiile were dolls. aiilftV era and slippers There from the publi' congratulation to Uu Warden and girls who are striving bard to maintain the urn and nb|ec1 of the Club. SMmri IMUay A RHIVING In OH liland from Vencrurln during on a short holtoau are Mr. and Mrs. C. Lecunn They are guests m Hotel %  Cndringaan Cetfcaae. fc now a Priest in BHPHM.O flliiaajg AT///. TrtimB'tmrrt T fttfl Trinidad and Bntaah Guiana Rifle Teem* % % %  iprted with Barbados in. Triangle Sham taj the Ar ii it Challenge Cup returned horn. vrsterde.> i B W.I.A Memit.fti Astnctstbsn i i*irt to see them "P The British Guiana team left din nig the morning and were seen 141 J Mr T A 1. Roberts. Mr K S v, i .,i OMvei • 4 Rediffuslon Ltd. The Trinidad team left in the ..tul were seen off by I I etngfh Major A S. Warut.. rnpt. C. R. Warner. Lt E R (hldrrt nnd Mr M A TV VerCamr In From Fn/rlaml M BS. ANNIE BAUNAHli u| st Uu passengers arriving bri It nd \ .' Trinidn.i by B.O.A < H\V I A. on TluiiMi.i. Twin Girl* C Nl KATIMJaTIONS U. Mi and 111 li on the birth of twin cUuajhlen ..'Inch reeentl> 10 >k Road -nctMM IflfM Brought So,, To Sckomi M B. and Mr' I.oldie were recent arrtvab by B.W.I A from Tnnieaul %  be put to acatsul ui BH L*B arc remainm*; w.rk as gajeeU at Uw Haatingx Mr GnMte la a company dlrecn i in Trinidad Trinidmit Hwhunl M R f HAHI-ES MC RBO, a merebi.ii' of Trinidad who nas been visiting some of the inland* In the Caribbean area on business visit, arrive*! her. <>" Wednaadav 1> BW.l A from Bt. l Me was accompanied bv Mr. Mc Kenzic and flh* henfoi ;• *• %  %  •t Ha-1ing Hotel. Ulitinw Franctti*0 Wtx'tinjt M Bl.BEKS -nd tgtMtm of the Alliance FraOcaise are reminded that the meeting whuh • m pi Thuradav ,i 6. bus been | nj latei. Fur '/•'' Wmmt M ISS Ki.i.KMi: PIT* laaMd h Treasury in Ai imi Hi. |l-^%  llK^ %  l^ -urivi | i % %  I1WIA.. from Trinidad on Mon< BM Uuag weeks" holiday. She %  NOTtO AMf tICAN FAIMTn Douglas Ch-mdor U llitajiif In London beside his portrait of yuom EiisabeUi II. Uie llrst aarvxt far whl has posed since bar BCCA ^ioo, TBie work was coanatCMhaned by Mrs. KraokUn D. Roosevelt and will q> p.cm.led to the nrh.-b Embassy in Washington as a gesture of American friendship. (r>irernafKmal> Rupert and the Butterflies-3 By CHARLES MID SALMON ("Sol") 1IUROK paces his suite at the Savoy waiting for calls and cables from Milan, Copenhagen. Parts, Brussels In all these cities, as well as In London, he Is booking or planning American tours for handpicked singers, dancers, fiddlers, pianists, complete opera companies, entire ballet troupes. He has been doing this sort of thing with some profit foi 40 years Since the late 'twenties his gross box office takings have risen, he says, from £720.000 to £1.800.000 a year. He has three or four hundred artists on contrnc! either as individuals or in groups. His foul topliners nlonc —Marian Anderson the coloured contralto, Artur Rubinstein, the pianist, Jan Peerce. tenor, and Patrice Muiiscl. soprano -betwcin them brine in nearly £200,000 a season. Black Patches When Hurok landed In New York as a IS-year-old from the "Jkrnlne with his goo&efenlhet pillow under his arm. he had three roubles in his pocket. The moneychanger gave him a dollar and a half for them Ten years later he was offering Tetrazzini. Ysaye and Schumannlleink. among other musunl arninences, to popular Sunday night crowds in the immense Hlppodrome auditorium. Sixth Avenue. Since then there have been two black petotMO. In 1921 and ISM, when he toured Russian and HalIan opera comiienit-s in adverse circumstances, thousands enthusiastically stayed away. On these two ventures he dropped 350.mm dollars. "But I didn't WOT] l went on being happy and tolly.*' This I can well believe Humk has on exceptmii.il talent foi tranquillity. His pink, ccnatorial profile U as 'month as a tuuehedUp photograph M wrinkle u care. (juickl) lenivernig from %  brief bout of insolvency, he re•stablished himself as The Man Who Makes Culture Pay. Hurok pauaaj occasionally and bites off a bit of Culture tv htmself. He tends tt> do this abaentmindedly When flie dMMSes of the Sadler's Wells ballet came back from their last American tour (another is now in negotiation for 19531 Ihcy cooed with abandon about Ihe mjn.'.'u^. but marvellous, old paintings tney had seen in uie Hurok apartment. Central Park West. I ask Hurok to tell me more about his collection. Wail, he says, some of the paintings are Italian some Kreiuh some Russian. No, he i an't remember the painters' namec. But one thing is sure— all of them classics. B| the Atlantic last June for the 43rd time In seven years, he settled down for a long read In his lower-deck berth aboard a BOAC Monarch. Detective novels he spurn<, although in baJaHSM they are good things for in. iking you sleep His normal choice, he aoyi, ranges from economics through politics to 'classics* In Russian. French and English Again the classics are unspecified. Violin. Trumpet About music he is BBOPI Ote> ctaa. When I mention Rubinstein's playing of the Petroushkn • .n i upturns or Chaliapin' suit nig uf IloiiK, his face lights up as a child lie went foi lessons iii t mi the violin, then, as a lastc!t.h measure, on the trumpet Hwas so useless at both that l i i.lused to take his money. "Hut." says Hurok in his distlncUva English. I have an ear. I -ill know always when there i. a false note played. If 1 would avg h ained to play an instrument 1 -hould lie in bag position %  working in Ihe pit of an %  Whe n at 70 ktUan a anafc. An impresario II ID nl li-.un what |l bad for bin Hut once in a while backstage, if 1 sec a good violin I "And tr\ pa piaj H""' N ll enough to touch. It I l | WOULD COPYRIGHT RESERVED HSTARS %  : —r vocr ,i "* "i >•>' "ii.* In •'iiifuim rn and 0>.br> ii MI BSA1 m -ima i, n.v MAjW al •*ran • f rgial %  naa u eicour.mmi u*in u kMfe .hllmi,„ aag MNIi %  < <• MAI M iTMrail— Will npiauSa and rrrulnrinBUSSSSSS, intMliimilt. rti can mnl. Help your*.!! ,„i an M* ai i. roans -i iQansalr—lasai il in ....II. . .., ROWS*** I" 4I# inniiKltiiirni' WMl i Ji'SfB ft In II %  c B ri—A.|il) %  II 1.1 .'I la AI ldr aumr prrnm.i! \ i.ml nflivi it'oi'si -'ia sarn MNIH \..... %  '. be loo oppnalnc lodM I..HUU aool %  %  iPiikMi H ioi nni %  ml fot-v*. Mtcrtncv If no l .11 n.i,..,!-.! I. ...I. Mir.'i i i Minus pi,, i •i i. in < • MI K inniiUiiUis lor r rniM vtnlwrv m*T*hindiaintf. t %  %  UK INM* M I. MM *l II <• %  aro.— TP •> li.i.ir i ,('• % %  AIM. INinindf.il of Itio-r Ina lAMt'AM ti u irssi on %  i iii.iii.. K.mlllloni don't It rtlnuiasaa). Ihror %  i., win lie •I.OI......IHI • HHI \*l I IMMtl H .-a I n li.M>.iroblr simoaphno mtH %  %  ..tToCinf ami v, u -ill VOIl BORN TOli' I t||M (rom chaff llr ..n.iblilo a-issr-i, Iln1h4a|iof Aiil.ml.. %  1: LANES' CASUALS, Craft Unmmw Snles While Hurk Navy Sucile. While Buck Trim < flll.DKKN S TAN I.KATIIKK S\M>I.KS CnfM Unhlier Sules—SUes 7—Itt 111 2 5 $:t.K4 SHOES FOR ALL OCCASIONS I I I I T. R. EVANS (WHITFIELDS) YOUR SHOE STORE PHONE: 4220 I.Aims IlltllSS SIIOKS Arrolu Brand. While \. Back. hl.ul.. \,i\\. ItroxM. Surilr. l.uw Cut Conrlk %  l IBMUMI a Toclm S 13.CI lo I15.5S I.ADII s AMI UK AN & CANADIAN SIIOKS Rrd Surdr. III... k Surdr. Mnltirolnur Calf. M hilr Call. Ton Trim k.5_ss.;!7 I I I I i Ii dm* nor ikr aaaaM nht io nih ihr open touoir*. Ii u • ml. st m •hip. ., gtaas h. Bsu tail si %  %  I ADVOCATf BRIDGE By m:\an mmWBi A HEED how counter the difficulty of mol.. (Whom God Preserve) of Ulfl %  gM inoieeW | cnasr by a small %  •iiesting in the drutn. and rsoape* by • vant-holc oeer the darapkiK(aat. A sarles of oblique tubes in Urn rod-huth set os dirTuscrt. A rotatory valve made of quarntfta tajglaatn pressure on the lunOUrg i .iUK"'-flap * %  l>*rtOVtl Iron a COafJ pi an aabeslos pad lietwaen the -in, waakers. Thu-uction i ieiuee-i *o a minimum by the action ot bis nitei-pulvei %  f:elle;il springs." D EAR Str. With reference to your note about my new system of coordination, some confusion may bg Ian m the reader's mind by the statement that the registmtlon of priorities will li iory, with simultaneous duplilatlon What this means. In effect. n-if I may put ii more simply that where there ha* been mi previous registration, only UBOSC uiliilfHaxi BBaasti aii lote'ijoriscn in the supplementary group selecI'on. as non-redundant, will l* 'cheduled as anticipatory, deuendent on the effect given to any simull.'ineous duplication as envisaged by the position at thi moment 1 may mention that th< application to Kmup-unlts of lb. alphabetical set-up doe? not dlspeniHwith the vertical filing method worked out by Mr. Trench Yourfaithfully. C SUET 'Antiseptics differ, don't they?' 'Of course there arc differences: it could hardly be otherwise. Certainly it is not mere chance that Dcttol is used a1 recommended by almost every doctor in Great Britain.* 'DETTOL' TTKsafe *"ty ii whenever infection ihroaicns in % %  our own borne. S. f.ARKAWAV CO.. Biidk, % %  '" Kidney Trouble Causes Backache. Getting Up Nights If rou'rs fr.i i p MaVits as I asaaa Ai %  %  „ L .fn—No Pay %  No I I,OM of fitgEr an* Jj**}" •"•'"£ Thv-r. n.-i •\<-M CJ-Ue %  a -.iiigi again. Ass Wrons f^xt" *"d ertnks. worry, rolda or wwniirl iw. er*at ...... -it ... ... %  i. ;;> %  ,;;; csii -ui %  •-"%  *• %  %  ." %  !• % %  "inun oil your ki.in.y. <' l"*' iriv a-k v^n W II iload i.n.l main„„„,,„„„.!, .-U.flad i. VI'I^SVJ: %  _...'.-. ... *_ .-. —*-— c %  PiAEA THEATRES Help Kidneys Docror's Woy %  %  %  iv may bark. i;l Ihr lil'HK'V In %  u. hi KOOUil 1 HI AIRES



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SATURDAY. NOVEMBER 1. 1*5} BABBADOS ADVOCATE PAGE THBEB Food Shortage In D ominica B fe£ a> I Grow More Food FAO Home Economist Campaign Starts To Visit B. Guiana November 4 the jotaa. ft. since RdVMUM (From Our Own Correspondenl) Ma, cisa Haglund. Home KcoNutrtUon which DOMINICA nomut on the >UB of the Foo.1 June-July under THERE IS an acute shortage of food (including treah and Agriculture Organisation m sorship of FAO meat) in Dominica; so grave, in fact, thai government is conRon*. w >" spend four weeks In been Com sidering serious measures to correct it. Fiom puluit and B r' ,lsh Guiana, ai the request of visited v. a***, nfwn.ulthit governmenl. It was anpurpoat o! advising on ,-voblemL nounced to-day at Kent House. In her neld and ha" a v, ...... 10 arrive ai Maroaau* on s,usday, 4u .J mov; at II i :.>i 10 le-vo] Uarbedoa, on luw. .< overawes. tUkia. BtlfeU) hu> u a Uay. Class Frigate u( 2,*Uu tons. Her L^i 0 |"hin assjhsmem consists ul lour e-uicu. Ton,um "' '*" "*"'" ur,cu """• IM Cmb•• -W ClO ui.f: i— .i_ weapon... M. was launcaed ou. tWrnoc,-, tor %  • 2" !" %  ""'. _'*" %  "' ^ ^1! pamphlet and at every possible opponumiv and small are urged to grow more lood. planters big Wa.u W' itches A committee .under the chair' manship of t*h e Agricultural Superintendent has been set up and is looking into taw problem in Its short and long term aspects KrOftlll I llC£*ta£lA His Honour the Administrator. % % %  Will sL^lOCttOC who is being caused "grave cona* W af> cam" by this shortage, has promI If I JW;I j lead that "the Cosnmittae n' J * u port will receive earnest and prompt support of Government." Aberdeen and completed IMA. In Octobei, 1MJ ho H.fclS MglMary Ba. joined the British Faciuc Fleet, during her service, with this Fleet she transMiss Haglund ha. been on asthe Caribbean Area'Conference H 0 '* 0 !" '* 1 * h ranking. -ignmen. m Jamaica for the past of the Y.W C A m Trinidad and feK*T „ I 2T !" ^ W lroro two months. She arrived in the the Adult Education Seminar held *"" [""* Jj**-,,_,.. -. % Caribbean area In June to work by the Extra Mural Department ,"*,**', ,?!,?** £ U,. S-r-aria, •„ pea,-*, n, the MMM. *e JK^* feWSE Comfort and Contentment One last smile and then — sweet dreams' All the cares and worries ol the day are over now (jr Bab/ — lost in a dellctotjs d-ow.ines.. And t'tat delightful Cow • Gate Baby Powder —with it. 10ft cares, and deliate odour—! Re...iy. things aren't 10 bad after all." light Baby. good night, everybody — good night for the Conference Home West Indies In Jamaica. Mr. Cecil Smith Leaves Panama To Reside In U.S. tlte America and Weal Indies •squadron based on berrnuda. In Uay. 1940. she returned to the United Kingdom for the that time since IMA. After reUtling she rejoined] the America and West Indies Squadron in October. I9!*0, returning to the Unites! i .. %  *. .,1. Ki">.ion to Join the Home FW.i immunity his faith in thprln£ tlelobeTi w She was doipta. of British tasrtSjqgStl m ^ n ^ H for LONDON. A valuable contribution to the With the aim of Improving the "mpeign against the moat destrucquality and quantity of local tive of Caribbean cacao dJaaaaea slock a Government Stock Farm is made with the publication of a is soon to be firmly established, booklet entitled "Witches Broom Within the next two or three Disease of Cacao."' Deciding to take up permanent .'.•;:!.';„r, h 'r i o h r £r£3?XZ h r *• %  ""** h %  "— -* * ?>. •= m mb fc.*^~%ur,;.:r,;;:';;;,^-u-j-' A D '"" *--. 11,1,11 % %  ,or ,nr s,oc %  "" %  .suits of investigations carried out „f the Adiwcaie Rep-u-tuiial Staff. lr,l whetliei Hi rough the press, on Ame.u.. and West Indies squaflPt.nler, r. helntf Mientir.eed al ,htf m P"l*l Collcue with a and soil of Mr. L. E. Smith. Unthe radio, or with Mat*) agencUs. run H Ms BUburi Ba> suited t nu?^n tardWfo? th^Lr!S ' ConHitution Hoed. port. In Canada, the XJMJi., !>"i.u -S^T!. -lv-.? "f. !" Colonial Development and Welfare was for several vaan connected As an outsUndmg Negr son Mealco, Veneiuela. Brasll, UruAct with the Information section of .! th.West Indie* he so dlatinquay, Argentine, Falkland Island. .. J hoped that the booklet will Ihe British Legation in Panama Ruished himself in the service of and the Antarctic as well as enable agricultural officers oonduring which period he rendered Her Itillannic Mujisty's Governpractically all the West Indian cerned with the growing of cocoa distinguished service to tin W, ; n.mt us to have .pedal hcaiours. Islands, She provided relief to the to recognise the disease and take Indian community In the ReputTbe-e honours he always shared island of Jamaica after ihe hum* remedial action should it reach lie. with his Isthmian compatriots by ,ane in August. 1MI. reas under their control. It was In a tribute In the Panama giving lo them freely of this talent HJJ.S. aUafewy Bay is at pres%  ntten at ihe suggestion of the Tribune. Mr. George W Westerand leadership. rnt commanded by Comm.u.dor Coco. Research Sub-CommiUee of man wrote: mi „ _^_ -,„.._ A. W. F. Suttoii, D.S.C-* UN. ^^7=^^^^^;: as aj.-* ^ ***, ^S£SX3t Zmmm tt *# %  *"* Mtrv Resenn-h i* on* "f those rare men for whom afford to lose any al the few really U.S.I.., N.n. no adjective seems to give an distinctive positions in which Its Commander Sutton entered the First discovered in 1893. Witchadequate measure of his Intelmembers serve. Theae positions Hovel Navy oy Special Entry rs Broom disease is so far unlectual and moral stature. Public simulate self-respect in ourselves ivgu, and llrsl went to see known In other cocoa-producing spirited, genial, scholarly and and inspire our youngsters with INI. Aa a junioi office colonial territories outside the forthright in the expression of his Caribbean areas. Every effort U views. It can be truthfully said t being made to prevent its spread him that the so-called Isthmian to the important cocoa-growing coloured community has been areas In West Africa, the Federgreatly enriched because of his ation of Malaya. Zanzibar and the having come and sojourned among British Solomon Islands Protecm. torate. Except foi a break of several months, this British West Indian •Witches broom disease Is at N#gT0 wag mUl tht% year con. cattle They are given tlon on how best to prepai and look after these cattle. Already the Department hat couple of Holsteln Bulls which are being used for breeding purposes. There are also stud stallions, boars and goats. SEA AND AIR TRAFFIC In Carlisle Bay COW t GATE] %fo C il<^ FOR COMFORT t, CONTENTMENT Wondarful Coun—m,., Mjtv %  tan 1 %  Caroline rranc*. td> StHKUa-t fttolor Itnbrrt. AHn'AU the hope that there is a democracy, served In the Home Fleet, These position* furnish evidence indies and Mediterranean until that ability, integrity and achol11**7 He specialised in flying M aiship will continue to win new .,11 ouservvi m 1M7, and served opportunities for people of Use ,„ itgS-M In H.MS. UlwMm. minority groups. In view of these \ t ui* and of IMS he was tian, -a .i... Iat **a n B*maa Conaunard Demerarn. The dfc Seatcell Ar.ifvn O'Connor. A aWly,'' J. 'aakil,' M.l-rhun. a Cummin(. (1 W-t'lnn UI Clark*. C La-va*. 1 Uvuni f SVaam Brlllak UabMta. atr and Mr> n Sladitiarr>. William D'ATKlradr. A mall* D'Aaular. Juhn O'AM.I. Mauraan P'Aaular. Vvon PAiJat. Mkharl D'Afular. Barba.a tVAa.i:ar. tan D'AsviUi. JmnKri D'Afular. Andrvar D'A||uinr. TirrtoUiy Olann. R*> Johnaon. Aim Johnaun, Dorothy Tartar. Helen rarrai. William Parrar. Slapnpn Gial*.i<-k J.">a Coalaa, Ttramaa llllnr. Bllubrlh Milne. Ann Milne. Helen Milne. Colin Moore. Shell. Moore agpABTt'BSS far THh-.. osTroaaji M ISH D Ualillhl. B areenadae. B U'Mnlda*. I. Orecnieee. I Clarke. W. Wriatka>. T. Cotnllllae. L Callender. D CalUaasi. O Wat InD Wallers. K (icjrd.m. H BMi-ibii"". St Newton. D llit-1. K Pterre O Barn*. D Bafna OCTOBXH SI. ISM p n........ W Ugeon. N D'lvrr, P Manlv. A Sulton. A While. P Haag. D. 81 AiabTn. S Ngul-a-Houna. W Otasssnas %  ved to he indigenous to parts of the Amazon Valley, and thought to h. nnd by human agMiry down the Amnron and Orinoco Blver eastwards and northwards, anrl arroas the Andean chain westwards. The essaaa ->f thrtlseise l a fungus. Invisihle to the naked eye. noort of microscopic Ihrenne which wind fhelr wnv amongst th* cells of Ihe plant.— I.WA. beasi 1 man i servea.1 Kvlth the good of the Government earned the respect of all circle* w hoee employment he served. _^ here and built on that popularity v,. qu |d have U-en highly satisfy! solid work for both his Govern1( one w ho helped to develop et_ ment and community. Now he has confidence in this group, inspired •*" %  left theae shores bound for tho a ,.w loyally to the democratic "•***' pread naturally United Stal€fJ whe „ hr exptc „ )nstUull(my lirl d opened up bright' ,nd i T 1 stablish permanent residence. ., vistas of hope from which an under-privileged people could Leading Figure diaw a greater measure of fort and encouragement, had been 1*40. mentioned in despatches uparationa whilst In that H MS lUea ii U aa h...i it out of action by Oetk*a bombers in 1M1 he is Naval Ualaon Officer H.A.F in Grfhscc. the it, and Palestine >'Jordan at various timei Ha wa< awarded a bar :>S.C. for gallantry In turtng the German Inf that Island Vegetable Vendors Do Good Business to hi CaajM vaslon At this time we feel constrained given lha opportunity to continue Commander Button was SUIT o gfjDBsjajag publicly our regrel his noble work without interOrnce* (Air Operations) to the over the economic 'circumstances ruption. Admiral conducting the lun.tun: which Iiave made II neieaeaiy to at Algiers during the allied o.-diKcontlnue the British InformaManly Attltltslea cupatlon of North Africa in tion Department of which Mr. November. 1941: LieutenantSmilh had been a leading figure •,], Smith was recognized as Commander in charge of operator several years. It itimulated a ^ing capable of wise .oval. '•" %  I" the escort carrier H.M.S. general Interest among Ihe Engrimra geous and manly attltudee Ravagep In the Atlantic In 1W3 lUh-speaking population of this upon nP aMgejUoni of keen interand Oommander In charge of oounlry and proved a focal point w , Q nll employers and his race, operations In the Fleet Carrlei. for the dissem nation of valuable We are cunfldent that the British If.MS. ssnadacaalr for all her w. Yesterday city hawkers said ^"H^' 0 "/^}^ ?J?sa25! Government and our community service (1M4-45. that they did soni good business r.^ !" ^Kf P J C n,'. ^ "^ ''' PrUcula.. would have been Since the war O-mm-nder Sutcelling green vegetables. Many of Commonwealth of Nations in a wen re^fd,*, by nli rcU inUon in m nas twice wvel In the Naval them had guile a number of limes community where there ha, been he „!„. of Ih . Lagatlon. His Si iff Admiralty, and was Deputy hut these were not sold as expect•* dangerous eclipse of proper uninn Xo tne i sl hmus i.i vital but T-heetor of the Joint Anll-Subed. dersUndlng about the activities .of rtnv cornmun u y „, wn | c h he bem ,Hne School. I-nndonderrv, for Cabbaie, squash and cucum!" \s unique English-speaking deramtf1l established will gain imhn years He is a graduate of bers were in fa r snoply and at!" " ac J\ • ln ,0 f ,a,, " ^P' measurably from his many gift-, the Naval Staff College -.nd thr tracted the eye of many people a* anent ol t^he Uritiah U.-K-non i hclphls wldr r e,ources and his genial j 01I1 s-s-vicea SUIT College "they passed purify the minds and lift the alghts of countless persoiui who In Busby Alley many people favour the democratic way. making their purchases had the alley blocked for regular period Substantial Contribution Although it was crowded, cyclists still forced through with them Mr Smith's contribution to this cycles. favourable trend was substantial. ^^^_____^^^__^_^^___ He communicated to the enure Take S'lvi.c Iroin BffAtl llutlon, -ur ol" Paramount Pictures. .She never negtc u a i\ loil.i Soap. And MMJ'II love llie drlhale |.crfume of l.ut Iml-i Soap il lean-youi skill (f.lgraill With I kwM like ociluni. thai vlii.gv lie fawjait toMiflii nac LIP Toilet 9*sf1 COWLEY VAN and Hercasttuck-anJavsn. 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I III II BARBADOS AU VOL'Alt SATl'ROAV. NOVEMBER I, H,J BARBADOsJi AD10CATE , • U>MMI c.. m. —— -.. %  mi'"" >..tui*1,*\. V\rmber ). I9S2 Onr lannoD II. may, —(.>ll| RT W. A. n... PASTY CRITICS THK criticism what, some members of the BOUM to the Five Year Plan musl expected by the Bseinber i tha I-ibuur Party who are members of the K\r. utivc Committee. The plan is fundamentally a moderate plan and it is. d.p.irtnienlally anaaliii i plan >r retrenchmtnl Nootfaar kind o( plan could I ave bean praparad by anyone who accepted the conclusions of the BeasU'v report At the same time the criticism that it is not an ambitious plan is fair. Compared with the BUggeal made in the Beealey rc|Hirt it stems |.., a plan of development at all and miyht with justice be for the regeneration adult franchise. i.mpulsoey edu(Sj UM human race. ration old age pensions, workI compensation, health and i Neal* became ow unemployment insurance, and to cf Keir Marine's most ardent ad" provide free opportunities fot all mirers. During the period when he advocated the provision of he practised at Newcastle, he bescholarships and exhibitions, the gan to take HII active part in formation of trade unions, and politics and won a seal In lh< the reform of industry and comSunderland County Council Polmere* by co-operative methods, iocs had already became an ab-. To fortify his precept by example, >orbmg passion with him and ho he formed Ue Worklngmen's was resolved to do what he could Association and launched a coto help bring m the new order. / per stive venture in Brlgetown. But he was aflame with the idea And all the while he gave unof bringing the new doctrine to iparingly of bis time and energy Barbados and be returned to Iho to instruct his lieutenants In the Island some time before the first tenets of Socialism introducing World War Mm he found condithem to the best Socialist authors lions here ,il the time extremely an d the leadu n Socialist newsdepressing It seemed to him tha' papers and reviews. Few men %  .. was too apathetic and have worked so strenuously to could not be awakened from "lU bring about a revolutionary slumber of Ihrea hundred years." change In the politics of Barbados. Indeed, those who stood to gain The first great triumph of the most appeared to be completely Democratic LaaSJue occurred In indifferent to the advanced polltDecember 1024 when C. A. loal principles hhad imbibed at Rrathwaite was elected to the i After winning a repuHouse of Assembly and several taUon as a "radical", he regretyears later E. R. L. Ward, now fully loft Barbados and went to Senior Puisne Judge in TriniTrinidad where he soon durtindad. gained a similar success ag gulshed himself as a doctor, as a its candidate. O'Neale himself politician and as a lover of horsewas not to win a seat in tin racing. For a time ho also pracAssembly until 1932 and for the Used his pfOftSSloa in the Island four years that still remained of of Domiiur., his life he was to gain no great CIIARLKS DUNCAN O'NEALE A CHANGING KRA As the twentieth century got ell underway. Barbados began to undergo a far-reaching change in lt social and intellectual climate. The emigration of Barbadians to other parts of the world had brought a number of benefits to Ihe colony. In toe first place, It relieved the ronsssitlon lland which had been finding it increasingly difficult to support its growing; population. The emigrants sent back welcome sums of money to their relatives ut home and the latter tried to improve their situation either ng property or educating their children. Not the iportant result of this contact with the outside world Hurt the emigrants, when they returned to their native land. began to show themselves vividly ware of the greet changes that •h.-r parts f tho world. In these clrcumstanc fas to be a gradual change In (took of tho middle and lower claases in the island. The of Booker T. Washing;on has already been indicated. He had impressed on the black and coloured people of tho world that they should equip themselves lake advantage of whatever unties lay ahead ^f them The movement thus inb] Washington was be greater impetus after '.ho first world war. For the war that was fought to make the world safe for democracy could I. increasing the ferment among the underprivileged P*ople of all countries. Equally important was the inlucnco of Marcus Garvcy on tho democratic movement m the West lnoies When the black*. Mat his pronouncein.,,. Liberty Hall In Harem, he captured the imaginations. "** native land. He felt it was he had ben on thu public platI rises in the Caribbean. The *" aulv to stir the stagnant form and ho did not succeed in NT Captain Arthur An*"•" conceived It his nilsshowing lr.il his political organiclrew Cipriani returned from tho %  "" jo bring the doctrines of sation wa, capable of carrving out I revive the Trinidad Work*<•"" Hurdle to the island thai still the many reformative schenv mg Men s Association and to *' '7 11 *' l *'.> unaware of the had so passionately advocated n the cause of the "bare*^" lu Uoni r >" 'hanges that had throughout the length and breadth toted" West Indian. Cipriani's ?*en Ukm W J "-' "' l "e Mother of the Island. It is a tragic irony programme was that of an avowed > ,' ry „ Accordingly, he caino that when ho came to translat Socialist and it called for measO'"'* to Barbados in 1024, resolved into effective action Ihe proit s to raise tho whole scale of IO mak *" ? UDremc effort to gramme he had drawn up for the iLving In the West Indies. His **"*•" too birth of the DemocraUr mont by making a countcr-moJniversity shortly aflerwards to league. tion lo the effect that toe Governluuy medicine and later practised ment consider the advisability for a number of years at NewThe Democratic League of having all persons who needed %  •tie, budding up a considerable toom supplied with false teeth." prsetftea by his skill in his proTo the organisation of the DcmThe mirth provoked by this sally ocratic League O'rieulu brought was almost uncontrollable and But O'Neale did not confine his all toe resources or his magneUf O'Nesle's proposal was killed by to medicine while ho personality and all his gilts as an ridicule. But, while he had no Kdinburgh. During his organiser. In October lt>24 the practical measussM to his credit tudent days tho Mother Country new parly .is formal 1 ) launched O'Ncale's intluShce on toe House' was passing through a revoluat his house in Ihe ivy and lbs ws* unmistakable and by the time l-orlod. The nineties of programme it sponsored was ol his dcalh four years lster tho he last century had seen widebased on the principles of Socialatmosphere of the Assembly was pread discontent in England and Um. Sups were men taken lo greatly changed. No one could ?cotland The wretched condlcarry the new gospel to every then conceive that any proposal lions in the East End of London nook and cranny of Uie island, to promote the welfare of Ihe md Ihe dock strike of 1889. the The plan of campaign was a simple Island s children would be the .oal strike of 1893 and the onsuone. Lists were made out ui every subject of derision For O'Ncale's ng riots in Yorkshire. Ihe slump parish of people who were Isverp presence had had ;i salutary in trade and Ihe reduction of vourable to the movement. Kineffect on the House and honourwagrs — these are some of the died spirits were invited to tocir able members had made almost circumstances thst had imbued tiomcs and then tSNcule and his as muchVrogrets in political edu.nanv disinterested spirits with a lieutenants would visit them and cation as tho masses of the nconlc passion to bring about a greater have long talks on tho social and in the island. measure of equality. O'Neale political questions of the day. lived In those vibrant days when This means of spreading the mesSocialist doctrine was being carsage was adopted until the time lied Into practical effect He saw when the League should feel leu id enthusiasm for the new strong enough to hold public philosophy welling up on all sides, meeting?. When lhat time arrived. n "n as a mischief-maker and he thanks to the work of such propmeetings wets held in every parwas Seared and hated. Thev .igandists as Hyndman and Morris ish several times a week. "Dr. accused him of spreading sedj" and the Fabian Society led by the O'Neale. our President." wrote a Of promoting disaffection Webbs and Bernard Shaw. He member of the League "was a fomenting race hatred ag %  fol>atched tho valiant strivings of tower of strength. It was wonderlower of Marcus Garvey. They It in miner. Keir Hardle ful how the people 'looked up to found u difficult to understand an I noted the progress of the Inhim He u.i-. worth the whole lot wh >' a man. with big opportunldepatsdent Labour Party with its of us put together—and more' l's in life, should have dedicated Socialist programme He witCuriously enough. O'Neale did not himself to serve his people. They nesscd the steady growth of the seem very fond of public speaking could not understand why a man trade unions, an instrument of yet, whenever ha bad to make Of his professional skill should working class effort that was to n s|iccch he made a proturn his back on the glittering effective an Keir Hardic's found impression on his audience. PrllSi that usually rewarded ion. O'Neale was proHis s p l en did presence, his fine those of his class who did net impressed by all this and deep von.-, bis ceounsnd of dig"neke thMnselvag a nuisance in he was swept off his feet, as comnitled language and his passionate politics. It l s QQ| suj-prlsiug that Wordsworth was at the conviction never failed to make they were so baffled for O'N lr ihe French Revolution— an irresistible appeal to those was really j phenomenon It was BUSS was it in thst dawn to be who listened to him. the first time In the island's •live history that a man cf bis -'"But to be young was very Gradually the campaign won with a university education Wad heaven" '<; all parts of too an independent profession hd He thought he was seeing the Island Gradually O Neale sue* identified himself so eomnl#ielv I new era of freereeded In attaining his objective ,th the masM* of the umint* i happiness and from his — that of enlisting the ordinary u u t there IMMBW ,VH* i.; dayT he became n man for service i„ ihe political "J Vn^pige t A Vast Burden To his opponents O'Neale was a --nplete enigma. They regarded stud) nt NOBODY'S DIARY Monday—The other day I saw some water left over from the fast wettinfi in the dry lake of Queen's Park. If it doesn't dry up soon there will be mosquitos to add tc the trials of life along Constitution Unless of course some one puts a couple of thousands in. But this would be too much like using the lake for its original purpose. And the anti-beauty faction would never tolerate this, would they* Q. Could not some of the masons who are out of work because people won't build houses if they can't get elec tricity to light them be employed in making the lake hold water? A. Of course they could. Q. What then are we waiting for? (Nt answer). Tuesday—I may be wrong but tourist boaU come and go without so much as a trickle coming from the beautiful fountain in Trafalgar Square. It's only thirteen years to the centenary of the Fountain. 1 do hope that before then we'll be having water spouting every hour in the 24. P.S. What about the cock of the Montefiore Fountain? Has it been loosened uf a bit or does it still make your thumt hurt when you press it? Wednesday—Did I read it right or did tht printers devil muck it up? Did the branc new tax expert express pleasant surprise to tind "that business men art paying the taxes for which they art liable?" What on earth did they teli him on the other side that we were t lot of crooks? Isn't it high time that tht government of Barbados appointee someone to the Trade Commissioner' staff in London to interpret Barbadu 1 to the English? Did I tell you the ont about the English insurance firm whi wrote a prospective client here asking him to get a medical examination if ht could find a doctor? I told you didn't I about the English family who wouldn't spend a winter in Barbados because tht island was, so they had been told, rur by a handful of reactionary planters Then there was that drip at the Centra Office of Information who was responsi ble for informing every newspapri office in the United Kingdom tha. whereas there were half a,dozen Euro peans living on Ascension island Barbados was inhabited mostly by Africans Why, in recent years so many English officials have been imported that there must be no less than live times th European population of Ascension lslano among imported officials alone. If wi include the itinerant visitors who gel their expenses paid—but hush enough of this nonsense. To end on a jollier note here are two stories, one old anc corny, the other new and bright, 1. There was once a clerk employed ii the colonial office of the Crown Agents or some such thing who tolo a young enthusiast setting out t bear the white man's burden n Barbados for the first time that ht should take a ship to Jamaica anc then get the first train for Barbados Dusty isn't it but did you see Beachcomber's bright gem a few week; back about: 2. The income tax inspector whom s bee bit on his nose. I did and I'm going to keep bees again. Thursday—I wonder how many of tht coughs and colds and bouts of flu art due to the habit of people spitting free, wherever they be. If I had a penny foevery person spitting into Broad Street daily between sun-up and sun-down I cutjld pgy my Income tax with a stroke of my pen and still have enough left over to buy ten race tickets and fivt chances at the Police car. Believe me. Friday—Today I am inviting an Oxfora Professor to tell you something aboui "Nobody's children". This is how (in a letter hitherto unpublished but now shamelessly released to my common friends) he describes the Royal York Rangers who took part in Sir George Beckwith's operation against Martinique and Guadeloupe and, who are commemorated by the monument which stand* at the foot of the former Military Prison It was apparently much better than most of the "scallywag regiments' raised in the Revolutionary war. No body knows how they> stWted. The> got broke in 1818 however, which b something we didn't know before an* we owe it all to the Oxford Professor Students of military history please note Saturday—A wag has asked whether having lost the "W" in Holetown we ought no to call it by the half that's left? Bettei springclean it, give it some paint anc get Queen Elizabeth to open it when she calls here in January 1954. Ita newname? Why YEOLDE HOLE of course. 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wi now Novnnn 1. i*sz BARBADOS AII\OlAlL Fishing Industry Can Be Made To Pay Powered Boats And £W Fine For Steaiing ^Z 0f Mall Constructor' On I,ast Cttiise Phis Season trWCold Storage Essential ne the flying i'sh \t u iZSZS PS tiBKft •BIT !" ,' SJ")' nkins Roberts told w ,i w n p,, Uw BinBltlnitr of Dtc PERlY MOSES. S4 vear nil Worship Mr. E. A. Mrl>..d >e yea* mechanic o( Urwn Mill SMi i.-rda. A IWO charts*. Ural ehael tini-d £10, pmottma near the petrol #annaji ROM. BUM THERE IS every prospect of putting the flyinc lish payable in 28 day* or in default, the Barbados Taxi Co .iH-ng B industry „n the r,h. tooting in Barbad,... Mr. George her^^.ay-.— - *£ guaaon. master of the Motor Vessel Jenkins Robert, told walw.n. Police Magistral.f inof burnini Sgl Neblclt on hiII along Brandon', Alley without '"ucloi arrived the Advocate yesterday. He said that there was nothing tncl A Moses was found fulit-' face with the c garvtle v.hilr ll a proper certificate called a living lish season as the llsh was alwavs present of UM larcany of eoa b:K \.sutioii of his duties to be caught in large numbers. Je property of the llrld"s His Worship Mr. E A MiMr. Fcrgu.son ha. been fishing it Is impossible wh.n one ha. to B T"T'J' L ?. ^f """! "!" '"". !" h r *>"% "' 5!" £"JZ £?^oJSSSgrta X i,"oV'when"!he-" SrtJS HS SWMA SS25R. to -%T3ft wwt ft everything ui their power to for flsh. rsr JS!T;U L ES hA J*" ^\r£rJ^. %  ">> l T o, ,TAT,OV NO """•" %  %  "**" Witt .-ngimmen at a aaerMee prlee. Thaac NOHMA CHARLES ..( 1st A\r HiWorship Mr. E A MtLM ()III flying lish come with the Hah ar %  put % %  overnight by BcekleH<>." the bulk pun hio-i in Inadequate rold storage "ondltl The Meoni .;ui in port at 6 12 M^'.'ril.iy Tbll ship • nnv on its last cruise at i from here, it >vil On boj.ni thr laboui%  quantity of cargo foi thj VMttit. term m41n* so r who lufrtM L-OSB a i.rcd. hh.n f back. I>w't %  affsr Iron, a bMkschet UM A I While Liniment. Rah ii on and 1M Ik* NMRK >i HI warmth do UM IM. Buy A.I. todayNorth Equatorial current. Thei may be months when this current deflected but that only means that the Ash will .*• further away fiom the land Powered boats can reach them", he said, lie said that in hit and merely provide unhealthy competition with the next day* eatrkT Mr. Pergusson said that the VH'W. two u.se of the gill net has indeed rethings were absolutely necessary suited in a large increase in the if the fishing industry of Barbanumber of fish taken, but this dos was to be put on a sound and advantage has been offset by business-like footing. In the first the factors to which he had just Matrimonial Causes yesterday. S lace It was essential that a good referred—lack of cold storage Mr. Justice J. W. B. Chenery proL-et of dlesel-englned boats be facilities with consequent com. trounced decree absolute in th built and secondly adequate cold petition in the prices due to time suit of G. O. Evelyn, storage facilities must be prolimit for disposal. and E. C Evelyn, vided ashore by the Government. He felt that with proper cold Decree nkl was pronounced Mr. Ferguason said that as far storage facilities, the fish at preaSeptember 2 this year. DECREES ABSOLUTE In the Court for Divorce and Delegates Qaerj Bail I IA Entr) Of Mr. Smith, Mr. Hart A delegation comprising of four members of the House of Assembly, other West Indian FINPD 8*7CAl'l n <\ RAYl ES 1 t gutlu t. His Worship Of CnUln !' (' Anderson V A \t. Lat 4 %  i having %  > %  %  >' %  gent are i %  qusni'v of le.iti in his pxfsonlon A Co. ithout .i propot UBP1 rom. meka l. ntca ntiM. i Hudron On Hi arrtval hara 11 Igfaoaka 1 unki ided %  quantltj i ill srh eh ll I i .'ii Thursday WhiU %  %  quantity which it ill i-.in v lo D LOAODfO .fsMO DosnUik r. go on I departuri: from in I port Lommittee Ippointed Every sweel i more delicious wilh BIRDS CUSTARD A ftve-i ihc ehalrn of the Ichaiiie lan C'onin iimhtp of t) i c*uti'e Conunittee PubHc Works TI yesterday evening to enquire mio the rumour that the Government pem.mur politicians and trade UWqgdatg *£ n ">•'*'! ^"'"V^ "J ^J" vessel is uiMe, ihe Nmmand %  spondem. waited on the Colonial Secretary !" 0> thr ,g^"*" l m,ike Captain Z Caesar and I %  ecommendntion from lime to ft| .„ h( S( h(i imt in rcard lo rights of wa* r .. ((in if beaches, and rciresiinnil and MARtiARINh. I. \RI> concerned, it was more successcould be taken if the fishermen Mr w. w. Kce. y.t;.. instruc"7\r""rpr ri fn,,nd smith aiul Mr bMll, >' iwn % % %  •! ticular season but to the fact "I suggest %  diesel powered that the variable nature of the boats as the price of the diesel wind, and the ever present danoil is cheaper than gasolene. ger of being becalmed and helpsecondly because diesel engines leu, renders it unsafe to venture are more rugged ana ean stand out to sea", he said. "Leaving up to much more exposure to out of account the personal perwater than the gas engine with in the Court of Ordinary TagMr. W. A. Crawford. M.c.l'.. il ,. ._ ils, which are always present in its magneto or electrical equipterday Hi* Lordship the Chief Mr. O T. Allder. M.CP.. arrmd .W/*. //. iff. / flOiHtlS a greater or leaser degree for ment and thirdly because there Judge Sir Allan Collymore granted when the interview was fln;h„-„_,_. those who go to sea in vessels, is far less (Ire hazards with diesel the petition of Myrtle Sandifoid of ad. // rt" T trOflftitVl and confining our attention to the engine, than gas engines", he Vauxhall. Christ Church, a credThe Colonial Secretary said the ** ** *•"*" -s*si < Ashing aspect of the matter, it Is said. Itor, for letters of administration ban was onlv on Mr. Smith, and _rv • ___._ quite senseless to take a good Mr. Fergusson. who had nine to the estate of Dorecn I. Coward, u, answer to Mr. Barrow added M^ngtiMPtT cntch of flsh and then have lo years' experience in Messrs. J. N. deceased. that the Government of Barbados dump it overboard". Goddard's deep sea fishing yawl Mr E. W. Barrow instructed bv nad informed the Government of M %  *' 1 "Hut even with regard to the Juanlta, said that he would not Mr. R. C. Chapman of Carrington Jamaica that Mr. Hart was not *"< %  for appointment to the present Ashing season, the use of consider the storing of flying flsh & Scaly. Solicitois, appeared for banned. '!; of ***~ ut,v Engineer, Uepowered boats, coupled with the on ice In this type of boat as it the petitioner. He said that Mr Smith was I ''m*'"' Highways and establishment of shore-based was quite a tiresome task to a .„_,,. ... Ih „ banned under Section 8 of the ,' J, n P Mi ?, 9U r ce8,, n *• Mr cold storage facilities, would in small crew and required careful His Lordship also nflMd 'h. !" "^^_, und *; uSe-Tr-Sw arf* M l S ... W ~ wn lra 'i B my opinion be a worthwhile pro. attention and experience if the petition of Harold Wilfred Cox o Ex ,u n on ' V" U ; "2,,^: '*"* %££}* 0ut !" ln '; would be a wider ilsh were to be landed in good Graeme Hall Terrace. Christ the ^ministratIon of^ h'^ *• Mr Thomaa is 28 years "' Barrow. M.qj* L..A • Wuliams. tlo „, lllhlf 0| wa ,: 1b) for |hp M.C.P.. Hon Dr. Cheddi Jogan. vutehM e of land especially along M.UC. British Guiana. Hoi E, n( .eashorr to be used as places Joahua, member of the Execn0 f rTCren t 101 by the public; and live and Legislative Councils of (rJ f 0l the preservation uf Mtu. St. Vincent. Qulntyne O'Connor ra beauty -rots whether by and John Ui Rose. lYiniuad. purohase or oth.-rwlac." J V Tudor, and D. F. Blackett. Mr W. A. Crawford. M.C.P.. and Sir GsOorge SHM'I For British tsirjar S.r Oassffsji BM| R.CJi.0 Comptroller <• i I' "velo] Welfare, ill IIMVI I! the '2uti Noveinli.-i for British lint ana, when' Ini wit i thi \ srnor. He Is due to ratui %  lliimioiiil Hi Hi's LOl'IS L 11 WI. I V Hollon laane nicmhci hat U-i-ii an IttUnUKC of OW asialH] So ohm tiwadifnrCutlanl. n'-m w ask fix llint'% '. r an^ n of T o h ~"rn"' d fo'r'"h, W S condiLT '" * n ~ "*" SZZZ. < !" J ~^<^' responslbtllty of the Governor .„. „ m .„ lcd „„„ „__ and'wh.1 ?. P ."n !" ore IniEortant "l am well aware of th, addiHon to the elate of hhr father who „„s nMponslbW for law and cl, Idren He was articled lo the there would be an end to that tlonal co,t of powered boats but Frederick J_ Cox. deceased order ?JS*! *""•" %  %  Brighton, nightmare of fishermen under have absolutely no doubt that m Mr. K. K Walcott O.C. InThe de egation to d the ColonIB.0-1] i appointed Junior Aso,e.-nt conditions, namclv : the the long run. this additional cost structed by Mr. B. S. NicholK „| Secretary that they d. io..l %  n Engineer t\iiit, Boraugh danger of having to sacrifice a would amply repay itself", he Solicitor, appeared for the pellthe action and asked why it was L. :l,ton IM1-44 appointed Asatch for little or nothing becau nded. No Up-to-Date Information On Recruitment Programme tioner. The wills of the foil admitted to probate — :ing wer Engineer and gptirtM Ivi] Engineerlm* Con1044-47 and engaiad in in. ted with road maintenance under the County ami Borough Council since March He pissed Sections A and the Institute of Civil Kn_~.j Examination, 1950 WA,-.>,~..S. *T i^ Ane fui.. Nathaniel Downle, St. Joseph; ernor in the hope that he would Mr Thomas Is expected t MACDONALD, O.B.E.. Chief Jonn Edward Reid St John; Sarah ace his wav to lift the ban. They rive In thColon* at Ihe and 0. said that It was to be deplored Nov.rnI.er done, especially too, as Mr was not banned. The delegation asked whether *J Revd. Jnmes Richard Nichols, the Implication w*. that Mr. St. Michael; Elmer Aubrey Jordan, Smith a visit would create lasfSt Peter; Gertrude Rose Minnl-' lessnesa and disorderliness and l9i ~ Knowlee, St. Michael; Alfred Daasked the Colonial Secretary to fl e Silva Vleira. St. George; Joseph convey their protest to the Oovgin,-,, Hart MR. HERBERT G. Liaison Officer . wi , h aubtart debatvi nique of ridins on such a track, ious school -building stands on h murd „ inf{ ,*,.„. J mun */. w !" "^/"y. ,u,\ | n'.V ln the circumstances however, the site of the old school which when the it. David s u d wn burnt down in the fire, of FISIIKRMAN INJtRKIl. fl "d their friends met on Wedne, Celebrating 61st Anniversary unday) win be t Aniilvci .,1 > ui M. rk done in this Colony '• %  v Hev. S A Esu-rbf-Hik aasoo will be martMi b .Morning Worship and The enqiur> into the circumstance* surrounding the death of 28-year-old Eldina Hall, which was held at Holetown Police Sta he did magnificently. Apart from training hard. Farnum lived and 1945 which destroyed two blocks, breathed cycling, but was beaten The school was built by the by better cyclists. Methodist Church, aided flnanrlnllv Ml M:irdona.d said it was a ,1„ great pleasure for him to be on rded C, n,eo„e ,ea o'ke Wh f. h rnu n mh whom he called a thorough gentleman and a good sportsman. He also expressed thanks to M i,i iiv ,.h nlrinri Aruma nshcrman or S'lver LSands. There was a recoiv'ps' •*>>• other men.Vri' ^ 'e at Court 'if the WI Islands. y < Baptist Church. Whttepmk Road. „ , .,,. ., The regular Chri'tmai, gifts and Deblktr At ORNDCmm S n->neury contrtbutions are ex%  p">cted for the purple of brtnglng I'lifvintT I ii'lll measure of cheer Into thlives Jamea -That the Cinema does more ""th children mid It***" ,h,na nPTY YEARS AGO lv\ l'REM!) T KRIGKR The li'lrgtfanih slate that exPrcskdenl Kruger Is desirous of Ing to the Transvaal and ith of alkglanre day night last at the Sarge.nl: Thlrty-one-ycar old Oscar Cox Village Playing Field centre fisherman of S'lver Sands, There was %  large attendance. Wl ' %  * ]' — permitted some thirty the count the motion ~, a wide margin. an inured left leg j^ thr ftop^inon Iteaar Cox wes involved in an acclC Cadogan and D. Hlnkaon and put In hil way, as his i.klng the <>;ith will remove a disturbing figure from the Continent, wherr his presence serves to It gap an nti-British feeling, and. at his the Rev transferred to th wards Rev. W. J. Barrett took over and completed the job. The ;.::;.";„"h"e'rp,ng zrisrssra b end p ,he c openi,„ !" m J y SS. Barbadian cyclist. In the evening the pupils of a> <>t -att s asjggt f 4• % &f # &f + %  %  %  9 MI I H * MMtM t t i -y* H hoped that at the 1856 the We-Iey High School (which Olympics to be held in Melwas temporarily in another bourne in Australia, an athletic Methodist building) staged the team from the British Caribbean Operetta "The Sleeping Beauty" area could be sent to compete In to a packed house the events rather than having Among those helping behind the various colonies sending Inlno gooes was Mr. R. D. Pigo.vldual teams. ^ ^^ nf Barbado*. at present a Asked what he thought about Mastcr „, the Grammar School. this years Olympic games. Mr _, Macdonald 'd they were a very MAIL NOTICE wonderful athletic feast and M>ri |or Mmdr „„ uniMd. Kms^nm. added that the spirit amongst the Antw *rp and AmiUnUm by th> a a. athlctss could only have pro-oimtHUd mm 1^ 'i^^ • %  ''* o*'-" 1 moled amdwill and as such, had ^^M.UII' in-i.; n-*ui.r-d undout'.e *Iy done inestimable Ma „ B • m mn d Ordiruvry Msil t good. !pm on th* *rd Wovwnl*-. ISM Tffaz-fifeadetek SOME THE FAMOUS LINES ELITE SEA ISLAND SPORT SHIRTS, Shoit Sleeves, White only. Sizes. Sm.ll. Medium, Large at 16 7? rich. NEW YORK EH Stale Side DRESS SHIRTS with Triplexed Eden Collar.in shades of White. Blue, Tar %  M MM *44 M e*> MMM •*•••• %  ••• £ach one a delight! PRESENTATION GIFT BOXES OF CHOCOLATES Maraschino Cherries Pet of Cold Luxury Picture Boxes *t lb. ,. > !••• 2 lbs. .. %  < lbs. Ked Koses '•_• & 1 lb. Black Magic II lb. .. I lb. .. 14 lbs. 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PAOS A r *^^. NeW STAR FOR FLYNNT SARBADOS ADVOCATE SATCRDAT. KOVBMBH 1. IM* M by EVE PERR1 ew SHOWTIME PLANS FOR JOSE FERRER I S1M0 IN A MUSICAI (iOt.S ric ainL FROM THE EASI SOES TO t PARTY FASHIONS FOR PARACHUTISTS Wh-il rgothes doe* the scientist wear v,hOnc laboratory i* the gfcy here,, betvvven eight mllci u| iid "HW (round—in olfwr words, the man who teals the latest experimental parachutes bv jumping" -Ham the it rat os,j-here? MajUr Will!. Brills), to:i pmachuilgi, wc i %  iai '.tjuijjmont when experimenting with the laten paiachutes Hi '. uo the hend. n new jeti>£v helmet, coloured while, and distjmed In co.laboratlon with the [nstitulo of Aviation Medicine. It In mnde ir two pieces: an inner tent Ithelmet soundda, whit I 'Hi A* r.uiiu mid OXygei mask*, nna a tou^i outer crash type helmet, made of laminate i IIV.ON wtth synthetic resin bundingThen, over the lumper's face there Is a mmk to give him oxyen In Hit* thin atmosphere high up. The masli i* lirlred to an instrument which cowttg his IL; rate. I nra a new two piece coll weather 'uit. Sperml iittnchme..fensure that Uu jumper does noi lose hia hoot* and trousers when the canopy jerks open. In ji small brx below the parnthute are the gclontlflc recording InrtruaMnta, From the box run aeries of electric devices which lake notes of the lumper's pulse ... km lempermtuz* U • rate Jt Kvriillon -it uie body, lb rate o] acceleration —and som. rlx or geven Mhor vital statistics. On Kg jiiminr's wrist Is nn Dltimetar recording height accu. %  >' % %  %  to —Win a few feet durinii the fall. He can also time the touei.ct Of event: with a -opwatch. Lttst.-but by no m,. •tie palachuHMajoi W two. One. the newest, int colaneso m-tcrla), described a* very stiong but incredibly thin. It Is packed in a special lightweight poos • special barometric relea**. tor automatic opening, with an Mi.iiinicy manual override Ef> lease. On hu chest, the jumper fjjao tarries the reserve pack, gi ordinary 24ft. standard parachut". hut without the small auxiliary t anopy usually used to pull II out of its pack. that moa i us knoe about Jew Ferrer U ruan arouna like mad in >earch of his 'T-atrlcal Utopia Hoeever when I met nun mi* %  %  % %  he was (al on nis feel -^rt drawn up 10 nu full ML 91ns.: lb) ver> ured Toe nredne*. aa uiid:r*nnisale. He had Men spriMl.ng toe day tcrubbing around ihe '•ulio floor, doing nu cnorsa loi *nat I imagine u going to ttr 'he most famous and eenam.v ne most publ.c*rd freak m in. j-ion otr'uras nni MI the II inch back of Noire Dame rue character he la plav ng i i wiO doubUesa recall i i iiei Ttniiouse-lau'rec I Actor-ma noger tHH a-' m:iv * %  nainly n, %  1 IlgA Mr Frrrrt OO* aged W H Ibe 11 i >i i -uriei" %;iiooi. if nu jri-mi.~ ad rfiui. 1UM ;rue nr labri Jose I '-Ti Preaenu* will $oon be %  rvwnerc uround town Kesns on 'he attend* ncludc \ priMiter ol *ar mwdt >^'alag 17 U) be prrKlueert n(" t: reeled bv Mr W aia about mentum -angca -lun ana nu> vicious •e called "The Shnkr' *ilen w ;>*rfirulam notsonie %  % %  o' oirrt oi pfeyi :i enicJi ret varraa m New York but which hr only intends to be ii' fulding ipini behind the %  cnea over here. % % %  •hirei s>lat witn aD ... p Wrtd %  *> %  Cabin n 'Ji. *Kv 'o uai i*7-lnaei feat) BflUBH no with Kalhfrtnr luitham lo.rm me staging lob \ ne mwvlral—vet "o be wttn ine wngs ot me Oeergt M. i %  %  u. I" v %  %  %  ^tl" Dandt"" "Oter There i -.• nopeto plav th* • %  ig-danrma lrd i USE i at t.ss ON riih 4GEND I Jur ng j^ i"0k ~< *rirn-. yu u" 1 uo rounJ •he ie-in >Ml m -if.!rtth l %  i %  Director Klh UsjUl uaatrj 'iKing of! b oa. ~ap to cr-'ch hia (umrj;iu.••nn-baid heed *n directoi KUrri JvtMC* %  got an Osea.' toi nu I 'Blact Narcn^u* *^n cre * the ajutie n leaaAoi %  *• • %  tin Meats nun • aegajunii plague A.ne-^;*.%  m KM | ned for hm hint I.AMf TO MOT \tr 71 rokturng olonde E>es blur Oa ungi f oui nu moment no* 'hat i g is likely >n be ciiane-. nto lUm-atar Urn Cloonev nrw Hteu*' • mid man in ho* I>UMI. j t.iora ran.,-., ,. Mv H I ti. H*n<>n pan oi lt*'l -l.lr' TOIMT. *na Eva %  aiMl i* llagw i. 4hr (Ml OgBed a with a nudio *auti oroni'i u> gin n*i ibiou.Uljj uaal iranilormcd liui.. inger mo "XXI per In 'iw memnumr (to na> new record in the Too Ten-or whatever LB ihr I gram'Mnonr i 'nioainr alwav> issuing m. one Bo.cn-a-Mwhich *as introauced *o Urn... *udif (i>.-> VIH UM usual 'liv lockeit and is annthei oi im>* umialuung miles eluch soon >s going \Q dn\< mad agson KIMtMHU M>i,r, •r ~ far in, n, n mm Wrica.' thr intrepid fcrrol 4oout IUI musicet ttst n racle man Fsmi aoie to .ickle > stnglr^hano^kuicmg ile 7 3a:a he iwho ned played %  ago and Charley'* Aun Cvran Bcrgerac ana the l*;un. Kaye role in 'Lets Pace It *i 1 don't really utoa I can tune I (ueaa out I'm refai III loin rl K ex, %  -i. I teM H nrfoiimtlon. > %  "i get Indian -in S iil.o nppoalte him iu nave aaet kerere fee i : .(rthrr .1 A MMktall I <>ndon. \ad—la thr .. lurr ih.aane gtrl •• in thai DHenUl •< -roll* *• a.an." am \a : ui manage the rout % %  hope it will bt al! I night." 2d QUtUt in lust ne siepi nghi on I NKVIta AaVH Vei i rillejr -la. Hut 1 remeinOei Lady erece an a charming in %  sweet rac:om and *tn spoger. *> I jay tneule to a vane'v nai WHO nad tfte am and anadoai f o quit anile in* going gigs good Lady de Place's kkjl music nail appearance au> Fj %  ears ago Then she reure.1 Bt 'hat sell-eflactnt act ins ief in-memory of her cereei *.inan' as Uhe lighu mat once *oelleo out net name m aaitgiB and America Uaidon Bxpress Berv.ce x. -Hois KKUM THE atrr m ithe (lene Krtlj. Inviiailoe 0 'De rtincp unit ai Elsireei :— IDEAS reporting newt from the bridge between problems •nd their solution". . A clue to ending fuel cuts I Near Record Cr OTTAWA Canuda'* exporla of wheat and 1 Aheai flour in terms of wheat .imountcd to a total of S56.100.000 bushels during the 1931-52 crop year, second only to the record 407.600,000 exported In I928-2H. —B.O.P. URANIUM OTY By JAMES COOPER TOttQNTO The ruasin' and th* feudin' na< tjreaten out on Canada's Stir, Pat allel among prospector* In t heWorld's rtrst uranium rush. The dispute U between the tenderfooii and the sour-doughs (seasoned prospectors)—with the tenlerfoots a Urging that the old hands bullied, tricked, and foxed them nut of the best claims. Tempers have been frayed by I torrential rain that madefUranium City, town in the making on the Saskatchewan border. Just a morass of sodden, churned clay. And it is the height of the seeson for black fly called by Indians "No see 'em"—an insect that has been known to kill horses and drive men mad in the bush Soaked and Bitten Well-soaked and badly bitten, •he newcomers are all the more ingrv against the sourdoughs foi beating them to the most radioactive claims. The tenderfoots allege that ont party of sourdoughs working for a large syndicate forcibly ejected %  smaller party from an area where the steady click-click of tht i (leiger counters suggested big deOthers complain that veteran* %  lumped the gun and staked claims, long before the starting time of three p.m. (B.S.T.) last Monday. Third grumble is that the oldUmnfl iov-red over trails through I Ihe wildernesa of bush and jack• S ue to prevent newcomers enter. B* the promising areas. And grouse No. 4 Is that one wily j syndicate posted men to give false directions to independent prospector'. So far there have been no knifings and shootings in the Dan MrCrew fashion—but the tension Is mounting. Weeks To Weil Eight hundred claims have been legUtcred in more than 20 square miles. But the prospectors must %  vait weeks, perbau> months, to see who strikes ft rich. Local traders who have not shut up their shacks and Joined the rush am charging 2s. d. for a loal of bread, 8s. gd. a lb. for butter. That Is because hupplies have to I i>e brought 450 miles by air from Ihe nearest town. Prince Albert. And a bottle of beer, if you can And anyone to sell, is 7s, id. Said one prospector: "Perhaps it is just as well. It needa only booze to start a frontier town battle just like the old Yukon days."—L.E.S. • • • r^ijr^ anttJalal a^"1WV ffi • V 1,1 [ • ^^Ci %  a 1 fl B*9 *i 5^ fS&f-'A L y A^naaai --snanai r eras enee asssl u naan and At lac Oak Jan taid: -Tea'sa probably niBiiIng nesa a asesn ef eye suala Way nas m OfUmT W 1 ssek JassS %  anjsi, Emry day "No eye strain aor I u>J u> rat. lesal OfBtsan—easaee saey din later. ^Iaealu to yea — aad OptraU aal annaa, aaanl sa> m/u %  asatii. i u saner bs witneat k agaan.' PROTECT YOUR EYES w uA Shoe Record Oil Production Productiuii of oil from two Iraq oilfields in September was a record The Kirkuk Held, pumping tin annual rate of nearly 20 million ton*, delivered over 1.6 million tona through their pipeline* to the oil terminals al Tripoli (Syria) and Baniiis (Lebanon) Monthly production from the Zubair Held was also a record .it 223.797 tona Fin* shipments of crude oil left this Held from the terminal on the Persian Gulf lag* Dvcemher (Frorn London Press Service) t For the whole Family I A FAMOUS PHYSIO 1 %  Mrs Mopps" io rt'niihetx gneea to do Unit on these hard-worm left arm like the woman In i housework shoulder." a \r. Turning the hand ovti strain and fatigue The woman on the left unconsciously straining bw arm inuarles t. prevent IIPI elbow bending under tin weight *T. McCiuro AnOtrtoti K indpal ol (he .' it'itithrrapy Hoirptrii: Ms fine book 'Human Kinetics" iHetntmann. 30s.) IRAHISie gives a Up for mber when they go down on ^-rubbing or polishing 4 occasions, the* position the • second sketch they will avoid inful form of arm neuralgia ftl.' locks the arm reducinit i iiiimiiiiiiinmiiiiii BBJBJI iiiiiini iiiiHimiiiiuiuii SOCCE* SECRET \\lli do •<• 111.111 • mill. r. ** good ii. .Berai Hi' i' Work uii-lr ;.-.,uiiJ Hi. thr habit of walking In hnr%  %  Iiit partly benl knrra ThM la thr v-crrt ol good i and ulik turning on thr fiitba iimnim WAR DOG DOES NOT BITE ng line ned if German battle dogs the Japanese during •ildn't get safety." ithin SO feet of her VANCOUVER, B.C Pritz, ma. .-ot of the 1st bit tallon. Princess Patricia's Canaitf-,7,7 u-r ii" dlan Upht Infantry, is just about ilu The German Shepherd did not 'he complele ppprglie of what is* r i c t Ray Burton-roster cet up to the front lines during hi* rarely bi+A.M he NII fresn rn-n Foster .id. "and I \ t\>\< TUNB awalU the man—or woman! who invent* a (lam niitery which could abaott> ;ie electricity generated ov %  : .wer stations at night ano release :t at peak periodduring the day Ituudird* iae into to *om i uroblerti and tailed. Now a ,.iJge Cn.versil) enitgt, alt r'ranci1. fUren. Hi hat built a fu 'i cell which genr-nti,;, electnc curreri' whe-, i.arogen and osvgeo ure led into it Itir 'ii-or. oeli.i.i; he Bacon cell' > ..mi" and i' loorlii When an elect r.. cur;>>nt is passed 'ank ol eater down ;o fom. nygen tnrougr. a breaks the '._.. r.drogen and i -j.d be possible to do irn. verse— to eetd ~ hydrogen an produce mtr.i elect;. ie irai t '-i.fl.rn Cmrtes g#rv"' t^ee,. i -?t tMMM>i '-:-^[HE BARBADOS SHiPPlNG& TRADING COMPANY LIMITED Iss;'! oi<|, ci Ml SHAKES OF *l "IVE PKEFERENCl: ACH, AT PAR NOTMT '.' %  HEREBV niVEN that the lasue ol •he above Shares will he rl. aod en the 31it December, 11)52,: N lP application will be considered after that Ttiesr Preference Share carry a fixed Cumulative l'rr 6rentia! D.vidend at the late of 44'; per annum a' .rank as to Dividend and return of Capital in to the Ordinary Shares. Dividends will norbe payable by half-yearly instalments nn the January and 31si Ju each year Ii .~ desirous of '..> timing these Shares are ad\i8t'd to apply as soon as possible cither through tanker*. Solicitors, li.wstment dealers ur direct to the Secretary of the ( By order ol the Board of Directors. COLIN D E WILLIAMS. Secretary IS MMH SSei THl SMARTtSl HOUSfWiVfS do you know Always use "PETER'S" Cocoa To buVd a healthy, happv family of note. Thev never hesitate to quote; "PETER'S Cocoa HOT or COLD Is worth double its weight in gold." Sold at all thr best Grocers N lb. tin only 24 cents >3 lb. tin only 48 cents THIS IS A NESTl.E'S PRODUCT * 2U


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I RDAY. NOVEMBER 1, lSi BARBADOS ADVOI ATI PAQt SEVtN RICE CONTROL HINDERS COMMERCE W.I. Commerce Cliambers 3 Urge Its Termination fcjHb !? xurpor.itexl Chambers of Commerce of the Britown I UMfi %  men-The i M ark. the 1 Gooitr OCCMlc i.n Ml. passed in Gr> Am• Research be established pret. as a Branch of trw Irge rt the West lenlly lor the i Airline Facilities H'he'ru t h of Commerce and tutshould he msil, .i.giesa is prepared to endorse the general policy of respective Tax on British ( iliaens '" the this and rats induslr. a "-iSst^" %  u n i cc ci',c„'r:,^ w o. iSr-rSoir which the successive Otis anri Fats :h;il Un .ithoul further partlrul .r the Congress is i Incorporated Caribbean Colonies stu .... the* Colonies in hlc 1h i BU r w veO ""> %  ;> bean at their meeting in British Guiana October Chambers of Commerce of the sam, < %  -A *^ on i* 2£ STKDr o^Mon' tion recommending to "all CanbBritish Caribbean view with conT, aat 1^ !" ^;^ un,ents the urgency of terminating Pnce Con ..I*^ &g SsPS^ cimmodily is not subject to ^ C srlbbe.m to New York and Venezuelan HT, Tax between the United Kirwiom Govl th* leirtirnate interest of as this Control is serving no Europe. To meet these requireB,. U ny,,,iivd that this Ninth ernment ami the Government of • u !" ^*; i %  urposo and ' retarding the enterprise ol Comments. thev urn*the early estabCongress of the Incoi United States which provides .1 i>f such a route by BrttChambers -1 Commerce of the ihat British Citizens holding L'nitish West Indian Airways, the NaBiitu.li Caribbean rfbtes with aped States securities should be tional Carrier, in % %  eOMlHoti %  n the rapid economicdataxe : .it source at 15% Instead of Hrili-r, i>\ C %  pmenl of Its neighbour \ present— tion zuela. and is convinced that rnanv And Whereas it has been IndlBe U Further Resolved that important upportuni'.ns exist rot rated that area Government* have should it be impossible to implcan increase in the reciprocal trade taken steps lu Implement this Rement such a service. Her Maj< %  VenesutU and Ha*, len mtion — uons adopted read: — to the Congress that hardships are %  of Mark-l'iss imposed on local merchants and Ninth ronaresi of %  %  *"* in lne ^ Colonies in which r^ted Chambers of Colonial Office Regulation No. 337 r the Caribbean had u enforced and under which all .—.— ..,,, resolution tore required by the Government 0 in Business "' the Colonies must be purchased 1MB. up In Business m ^t^^"?."" A ^ r "J't^ <*ovei amenl give nleS n the In. i Congteea held HjSJjJJ?* 8 U r the granting of the Rights to some atM | Congress acof n;< % %  COMB Stttk "li-ed th.it the members this N %  < .isk their other National Carrier to operate cordmtth %  • condirect service between Barbados press for the appointment at ai to pe r euedv And Whereas merchants and „ n..rbados J^Sm"T, :"h. '"' '"•'•"' thev have lomt experience and na cw or *l "* 00 to etssBMe* to end* the opinion ^MCZHSSL^US^IJTTCommon Clarification %  the'the United States Government to Congress that the retention JJJJ £>* "SSSeni and CM nbWhereas a common classifiespoasib.ln.es of this trade, and to seek Ifte early passing or the neeesu.l is seeing no useIl"?|^ 0 | ^22 n t^^ tion for ^mrnodltles undoubtedly arrange % % %  I legislation ratif>.i V I 'ise^f Co^mer?c ardm,< "" rJm^v.^wl^rices ?&SSi Sonld^Toerided advant.gr nS e.t.on*of .xa.ion relief £-sol?aThat^Coneresi b ? ^ Crow Agen^only in the operation of a Customs' at present obstruct or limit thb : thlg area rSmunends t. aS cfrS And Whereas they provide emUnion, but also in preparation of trade -.ges that th. rineVof Ptoymenl for an appreciable numvaluable trade and i Incorporated ( tembm shoul K Tllx „„ Vrx # u !£!u£\ //I Ive, .f arsons and also provide ,. for the Hr.ii repres.nt.-d on the PW^'" 0 Whereas the Col I ** •r^nt 'ubtt^n'i.il Mi-nof on, revenue A ad Whereas the Comiidagton on mlseJon The Congress cons.o. pan huve enaetad iTri,'? SerlertfronV Income Tax they the F, courage the establlSld M_ *h"uki beVnutled as taxpayers ti Dnior wlopm.nl of ~~ He these purchases by Govtail wilh the advanUig.-s e>rdingl> .inc. ts the 1 resldem u. port Control exnWt-Snd thai to deprive o ud imltarmn? take tonmedlato steps toptaee thJ* the Ninth Congress of hrni ^ hls rlfi ht is an undue and In Customs' it >nng resolution beta )i poratcd Chambers or unnrPeSfar v hardship on local the Colonies and has drawn up a and before the Secretary of bta*e Ciribbean had cnlCTpr j,,,. an d labour— form of classincation which would for the Color,n : !^" And Whereas the Federation of be suit.. Me for the area— Hulk I'lirchasHn: iP ort Control passed at the ChambeT1 Q j Commerce of the Be II Reeoteed that those Britu sidered essenCongress held in Grenada BrlUBh Empi re gitUng in London ish We Indian Governments Ua| tnat lh ,. iVimary 1'rod In iMcjciS Is recorn. which ram oof ret don rthcr than for reasons of Cor|ul ml hJ ,,„. s,.,,,.,,,^ ,,, gUta urjed to Uke such steps a C. ,, be willed to In|„. n ece>aar> -to inlrixlnce the 1..111%  : lhc nornu.1 func00 throuehnul the Area ^h<.uld bo ""' wsurcd of a fair return for the Crulti of 11 %  trud CosODlal c...\.n.n.cnu to nion Customs' _Classillcatir.n_ ro}le ,, Rtftolped lhal It..' hm liberal .n.mcndcd by the Customs'C.'inluni ,| t;,.vcrnnents that tins Cnnaress o( lu |iuh llo „ No 337 a m ight be mission for Trade and statistical •SLFSSSrZSS!: .iMe havln. regard lo prevailpurp o. .1 Hi esty's Government 1001110 be urged to keep constantly In e* KiTeel of (. A T T question of action needed to assure !n. ,ndu lahsat,.,. V'f "E.eu the British Caribbean area haremunerative price, lor^agrlcu ",'"!"' """of cTcurn.t.nce.-"nn to "the ln,,'. tefVsts not only of the mercantile ...itjcsbuto, the Colonies mu; rSSTi* -'""" ^,0!,,,, that thl. C< * !. ;.K.-.ol,,.d that the liovern^.^Sh^nc.^M.? iffi "iVh th? eeo I \fuiual Conference which frames the Oils and Fats Agreement does not represent adequately through its delegates the commercial and consumer interests in the lenttonei concern .Hi (b) that even making proper allowances for the claims of copra producers it cammi be a sound commercial pollog to permit the prices of locally produced commodities such as laundry soap, edible oils, lard and maigarlne to diverge so greutly from the prices of eompwr.,11, mti-Ml ,i< ts Ukrl. 1 %  arts** from ihe apSH the current agreement— (c) that the complete protection at present given to the inland Fats Industry needs periodic review to ensure tint efforts are being made |0 improve the qud I %  i -.%  .! %  % %  and (d> that the fuither diiclop1 %  111 of 1 % %  F it induslr> d and* condition* of free trade within the area :( meesiirn ol protection are to lie continued Un.Congress aecordlniil* resolves that Qovernrnentg be urgeal to press for an early i> _-, Ihe terms of the current Oils ;.nd provided by local ral> AfIM in ,. n |„ „ lt |hM Q| m. voteed at this Congres: and bavg inede as the ucemenl provision for relief fiom Income Tax to persons 1 urisli Wng factories in connoctioo industries and also In. i'iie Tax relief to shareholders in such enterprises— l .id rVhereei this indiscemenl u of negstlvc value both to manu• tin United Kingdom i ii pion tinColonies and Ihe Uiute-I KltiRdoni 1:.. jeh InduStrlM Olftltg to the apl'U,i.tion ol the Income Tax Act In tht Uahed Kingdom which nullify I ietU legislat "-' Congress gigs: %S5?S&£~ 1 xpendlture of the Britfo "•' %  naintci Olet v., irutrue^"ASbKLl liTurJed to nbtoln %  • ' '"'" ' "> "•*'>?, ,,.,,,, through the Sf SJ.n^Vv'o'crea. t'ii. 8£ —" '" dc5!lr l.l mwh ri„*S n of?u3: ""' ASJenSnt !' TarSf. ami Windward La-ySUre nics'^^r^Iy'deSendsV SWSHBS5 "or .!; Whereas this Congress .nderGovernment I ihe frentandl that in certain areas of U a relief in the rd and Upward Island) .. : i (1 | Kingdom to those persons still bulk-purchased by P ie. by Crown Agents ^^^Ji^^}^ fSSSSsS^ B ZS^ „ it has been repented thc c Agcn t s for theColon.es. ^^fa^etaCon^weelS er SfcS^Sff^SJS'Bureau of Standards Countries bom granting to the T" L Z S J F -' ; Wherea, in view of the inc. eaBrm8 h Caribbean Colonies the ate Hulk 1 m' l'^'^ > ^ r ing Importance of Industry in the .g mo Preferential Import Duty MW "' %  "'" m u ; British Caribbean, and because of Tariffs as are enjoyed by the practice -—— thc necessity lhal manufactured United Kingdom on certain of Its Uniform lnlo "P* !" r _„ uties-espeeially food-be mi .nufacturcd good, imported into „ Wj^^'J'^SSS !TS Berbedo. and British GttltfM Memorandum Submitled By Trinidad lh-leeetes Tl I ingress, having eonsld., in detail the ^MOM ol ,1 Oils and fat* Agi nmenl Ihet tosry-anant which became effective Go v ernment that they -ment which iwimp eneenve on Pioneer IndusSeptember I, IBM. is V"**"**? that they endorse the nrlnsi^e of MMN[W. Germany Mans To Hun Air Services Krom DIMS M\KHN I %  I''" %  ' ' %  "',, Vest German RepubUc, 'Ie Mretcce to id Weet EuroNorth and South south Africa und East u,thin twelve months. ided by orad Adenauer ami his iMicntly take for ,t ihe "end ho ocuatlon" convention (which nns Alh.-I ban on German gywjl 111 be llnally ratified by Christt. And they hope to have the I planes In the air by spring. "Whether thc German estimate (iiii-ui'i'all i > %  oj me lot next yen Is I P 1 ""'? 10 ;! I || A1II.-.1 Hals. -T: :'" < %  clal all • llfn ft indeed %  „ Rul within .1 lew hours of the> ision, Transport MtnI ; .h Scebohm. ^H, grev-haired and waving a big KK Ctgar, announced the news • tie west i parliament. ebohrn, .i rigkt-wlni .imtotor n %  overelgnty In the f.,ur years, said had decided to form MSply company with h.ilf-a-inlllion pounds. .ey will i.c %  ubecrlbed U^Hthe Federal Government, the ivernmcnts, ctt* and other transport Inti!e federal Iost Office 1 r.iihvays." deeli el length with Men of where the Ger-ihcir aircraft industry was out in the war—are going pind planes fin* their new vendd, "will lo operate in Europe. south America. %  A ^ia." 30 Planes urrent plans are to establish quickly as pos.Ml>le an opera.ui planes. ould itwinpgincd for medium distances, and would be 4-e:igined airliners tl II. lie tups. inee from ta .said Seephin. was about two years, and ould bo "no good at all 1 if Germans were prevented in i way from flying before 1835. — LSS Ln HKh a manner trti OILS \M I ITS At.RKKMKNT \!< ino iiidunt Siihinilted of uniform quality— those Dominions and— H. ill /fcsolced ihat a Bureau of "u Cerifl %  nomalies pect of Trade • nd 1 ^ mmer r ,'i preferably as will seriouMy hinder industrialisnshould be res Co iblMsn .• la nivi to tinle by growing i ufuct inn-'.i ire "i MnM ,il Industi te Ol mi iheu conven rto ired articles, and at the e reeonim. tids that all itandardg bt I i branch of the University Collet;.' lllin ,n u,,. \\\ .i Indies -Governments in the Area ,f th. Wot Indies. Brit Resolved that this Congre.sl |i.. ,r flei|red that ^ !" Pl Bureau of Research places on record its grave concern Jrollcr of ^ ,l| "<' nu ; ; | '''" .,,, "MV lew of the increasthat the above interpretollon of fbe asked i< of industry in the the G.A.T.T. should have been al-l >t • Buienu o OTiereH In aSiS*CariMierk end beeauee"ol towed to prswall, to the P^udtoi thg necessity to discover il gn> -1 Uic vital inter.'!-T HoHut available the ought which 1&2. I>elet;Btes seetlone Ol the .'immunity In each This ".inth Congress of the InTerr it or* should be kept fully ini I.H., .! Chambers of Commerce formed ol ths Brrangements pro; ;h, .'i'Ii Ctrlbta) MII has conDOMd from tune to time in this .UiT.I detail tl . : of eoliiurtioii and be given lUlUblS < i.l I.its Agreeinint which opportunities M entering fully .i n iHilug adra istratix ERY A PACE Of ENDEAVOUR \IDIAS. AMO ACHItVtMlHT Edited by Chapman Pincher The day the in i Gei i. for sklc the outgrew the doctor's bag doctor's Mchii'vcincnl T il!'. rtethoifCOM—symbol 0 authority ana badge ti ihiiiKlt'il nonchalantly from even liic votingcst houseman's while coal—is outclassed. Doctors at London's famed National Heart Hospital have perfected a super-.stethosrope lo sharpen thr heart ..[•'.', .•.trthOEC.ope. It will ne used exclusively by specialists to analyse suaoondj nrst picked up by ths r.unily doctor's %  y ultra FOOTNOTE: The principle %  ope was d—ID 1819 wh R Laennee, .1 French P U > a Jhect of pap'-r and h Id it against a patien 1 The Jet Car Is Coming A ; %  tUll.M IS r et fi B. Will. the i "If Mr. Tim* did, piston Eine. ^ the etn may 1 enough poster "In %  ledge powered by a gas on lhe market within the next possibility during the f nur or live years a sports car lntive rsjeie, thinks Mr. corporsting g a turbtne and a. managing director of having a performance, both in re.w.pany. pect of speed and acreler.ition oBpssss goes on writes an< | C f fuel "which 1 lid give it a .mall bill rieftnite 1 the same rate as ii : :.e Jp ." nuHgmon en* r 1 reasonable to hope that Earlier this year the Rover aej >f [fag maD nut 00 Co .% pioneer gas turbine car cntually hepome good end the flying mile at 156.196 a m p h Austin. Rolls-Royce, and *it for smallei cars. Aimstrong-Sily>!< v .ire ,ilo car%  liqht of preeeM knowrying out lets on turbine cars ] to ,,ul (From L The Duke Of Edinburgh n.. i hi lay %  % % %  The* New British Economy Car A new three-wheel ivoiiuni; tar with I niotr.i-.ytle lyp.IWO,:ine n. iiitnoumei LN I British factory. l*rge enough W iji.i two adults and a child, It ,,i bOU psg g.dlim. model, celled Ihe Petite, has a saloon body with fabrk lop lhal can ix-' rolled back in line ueallni. The 350 "" i ii.i.k srheeli of triple lubber belli. The ,1 OBI it.ntroU. with a """ gear tftans* f"i Hie tiiiee^peed-andTbs sngdne Ii %  '•• a*eel at the front. Dtni i -I i( ijoy Place, Promts Precedence next to He Tisae and Tide writes many who huld that *\ and the precedence of i sonages are Of >veraos*la asifc^ the "Cenlurv of the COflM roowosaesit %  yet It is ah Interesting, although a chance of establ i .'•.•!? not a paradoxical fact, that it is Britain DifnJty. honour, and tntpreciscly in Un lury that the po Uon of our King* our Poyal House and it and of Her present Majesty have these the question of pri been most secure in the State and —of ranks strictly defined—ha %  In the hearts Of their f plsce In tl tent swept away and that %  ba.i Inlng. B i surround the Queen the of honour, it U only flltjnk iinil pi' be laid down and main!,. -.. r %  . %  %  %  TODWS NEWS FLASH MODEL STEAM ENGINES i TRAIN CAM1^^^BTS A SPADES BUBBLE ANNtTA %  PLAY I CHEST Et< In The T.v Department JOHNSON'S STATIONERY Now go and ask for: MACAROHt SVAIilll I .1 VtBMICftLl CHICHI V SOU.PUD awns T you I nee any iffleulty In nbtaininc your supply of HONICi Ring 'l\'M for further Infonn ,\genU: HULL & SON product of the British firm of A. (' known for &t> years ar I IIIKH quality sports ears Hut it is not, their first VI to this field: their first three known as the Auto-Car intioduced ii 19iM Pi. Servici 3HX BETTER DmiNMS with CARIBEE BITTERS The ams/ing difference 1'crftodcnt makes to your smile will thrill you! In ont nv.A your teeth become really while, brighter than c\cr before? Thai's because Pcrtsodcnt contains I num. This special ingredient tloais away dull him. leaveTOOf iccih with a wonderful Dm sparkle! itum&d io Nixr — Cktn your tcvlh -nit \\ r>jii Do ihi nhnniiitf n.1 ivcmnf, fuf rniN — Smik i mo row minor aajaui you'll \m h.ma *cct ol PcpuJMM mfeM row .--.it. whiur. Him tinil. iiinply dauaat ANNOUNCEMENT We are pleased lo advise our Customers and Friend* Ihat Mr. David Mat'Kenzie and Mr. Norman Archer who both received a special traininji with th Ford Motor Company Ltd. at Danenham. England have returned to Barbados and have joined lhe staff ol our Comjjany and are attached to our Service Department. Togtthar with our present Staff you may be assured that you will receive efficient and satisfactory service. Charles McEnearney & Co., Ltd. &f seeeeseeeeeee s s>••*>• %  •••••••* % %  • &f wL for Inspection time! A\\\i//// I The tonic effect on-! | ..f ( AltlllKK HITTERS are so outstimdlng th.>' instantly improve the appetite and add a zest to life. ON SALE AT ALL GROCEJtS 0 Inrl. ffvur /••"•/ i %  *##'•** for th* following — Tyres & Tubes (Goodyear) Hruke Lining Sets Hydraulic Brake Parts IK-carbonislng Gasket Sels Main and Connecting Kod Beariags Fislon & Ring Sets Lighting & Ignition Cables Duralife Batteries 11. St 12 Vult i Larquen & Thinners (.i. .-M Birkinyre Canvas Rear View Mirrors Radiator Hose A C Sparking Plugs A C Fuel Pump l )i:i|li i.un M.'-Swift Fire Kxtlnguishers Tyre Valve* and Gauges Ktc. Etc., Etc. MMi yoi$r rvuuirenwntM now •• STOP AT COURTESY GARAGE (ROBF.KT TIIUM LIMITED) Dial 4M1 White Park Road II I H II 'lll l lllll l ll I I II I HIIHMIIIM



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%  aATIRDAV VIIVHIBM 1. IK2 BAMMDOK AUVOCATK i:-1 .NENRY BY CARL ANDERSON PUNT OF THE FLYING SQUAD BY ALAN STRANKS 8t GEORGE DAVIES 0 CK S^rfft •* o^ .-CV* ft* 1 .. ftf£ *** % *tf£ SB** tfC* \tf o^ J*B* G oft* -CMmL M THE OIL AT 25< PER PINT IT PAYS YOU YO DEAL HERE SPECIAL OFFERS AVAILABLE THURSDAY TO SATURDAY AT ~ALL~ BRANCHES TIM Ovallinr (l-m-fie) Bottle* Chiver's Mincemeat Tim Imperial Ox : Sausaye Tin\ hm Vnllev Sweet Corn Tlni (raw: IUUIU MmHl Bottle* Carib Beer Tin* nil I IH~ Tin* Wukrr OaaV...... Pkt>. Quaker Oafe r*i*. Qaaker <>a i.iiib)* Bran Milk Oak Pow: Milk (3 la) Id it. i \ \ il i I ii|. Mil* Ton* row A Ci.le Milk Foad Bird* rnilaril Powdrr ljr.tr Kolleil OaU Morton* ' It -IIIKIII! Lira. b.alf* %  Um IH|MI|.* %  '"i< mill H..1-1... 1,. .... ., owl m a |.nV In m ,1.. N E H IU I II COSMETIC %  £? /or %  "" %  ••. III IIW I HVFI INI •-• ( \N Bl" I'OOW -Tilt; urni Kiiop" JOHNSONS mOMn BIII.DINI; HROAII -I 1 ARRIES THE ENTIRE RAM.E OF BANDBOX PREPARATIONS FOR THE HA IK



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PACE EIGHT %  AMADOS ADVOCATE CLASSIFIED ADS. ,,m,r vn !" * ,,,,I,M •*• SATURDAY. NOVIMBKK I. l T tL("HU*H 2MI IN MrMORI IM MM! SAII 1*1. .*d .. .. ^ ..... ,(, | H When an* %  • n Tlie M**> era. ttai %  Rut only we oho -,... The pain, a* M iMf without IniM* FOR KIM AUTOaKrTIVr. HOtJSF.S I OnI VI RROWNnxiWK Btack itoek DTM ing and Dtmrw Boar.. 5 bHn-m an. •II other rwmUnrai Dial 01-11 D A Brawn* sin**/ n i. HI JMHM I II U I f %  i Am o~ **•• Idmitr-a DIAL BKA )', Dp. %  IB iwaa n na b li offer refxtrd P*S A a**.eleeUon melt. US A* V*u|__.. IMI Morn* osjae*. Utf*.ta( ""/•I COUHTMV (lARAOe Di.l IN. HIMW MM rn %  * % % %  4 Mil YBAJ1 *-' %  am %  uu ana the,, rhwr %  '•-ted m o*, !" •"•Asa „., u^. it.craM ftai--_;~iC ra. of aoti.1 nik m %  ??"***? % %  __ % %  II%  - UQl'OR MCEN.SE NOTK-E %  ••a ij-C strs: 5*ff %  !" r^ H-KnUGAL SI (ully furntaheet nousr BB HaMlnir* ""lir. 4100 'I : UttXENKlliUM. Cfcrta* CBural, Unlurtinin-d. 1 large bnlmom mm el. it iMlrrn innvrnieflfr, A|>|>i1-yrtdala". Welch** Qnl Chun* llll "SBA COVF.-Wwrw..na Chrtet Chair Far particular* Phone MM at tn^ I MM WAIWAW Or. m roam* iiiriudlria 141*1'. al Woilhlna "i;';v\nvnn Hrl.P llATTTSIIKS llallanre" MtWltia •,,., Bu.nM.1... a^,,, %  %  lion Witt IrmpaMtur, **, .* TAM V.MI, IS-lnch oaUUI ** -* "•• % %  aatoSr.. M llmna 4371 JffcSB l -i si*** %  jualit',. lo -*n*toc*nt odln. n|„r,, „, rpr| nrnSn and ..rra-w. s-i^ic!> PMMff! I 11 12 tri HawkaW Mi .... Iwliw fc.i... *. N llW I.M !"-" T ubU--toot mdrl --od cvndliion Bnin, sla vv IXWlfi AfJK.,ri. il •"••l. BYBH— Charles Duncan 0'\eaU> AUTOMATIC GEAX CKAMGE • fruaa |'„, 4 tiis n.n w*T. Uiowgh ince the time .,t S.raii* Jack_. %  _ _:_.. % %  — -'ie/ bad (ew ol the ^dvaaUara ol man P t— cu d. had borrat ao vast i !" MM£?I ".?17.'.ill "* %  '' *•*" %  ,rU 'n'"^>'**lJ thai .. mponstMlity and it la DO* too' TJ 1 *&,'' -t*tm'. StaUon x M q „ . i vrmttri „r 1 p., '•' TyaewrK. .*• i „*,,„, ., Bai^ ( %  Hw\. !• made in thai same manner as lie seemed impulsive, imprudent .:. a gre.ii iiiuwsi.dl vounU>. Th*> .:id sutncr-itu Misu|ireme ctm(taliaed that Barbados was an tilbution u thai he aroused the "HrKultural cuminuiulj d nd that uimmumlv from n Irajur slumber. a Socialist programme could noi < inphasised the necessity 'or Utba auoptaxi without cutnarornise. ter representation ol every class fr'ui them it was sufflGMtnt li, i„ the cojiununlty and advocated -uiout kwing sight of general ihe great series of reforms that jiinoplcs. they could snaU.li I srsn to form thr charter of the little concession here axry %  working class movement His ueneh there, though the big oblife was spent amid fter Several of the Kolls-IU>y> and Hffl u.ipiayad at Uk* Motor Show which opened recenllv In Ixmdon were rttled with a lully auiomaUt ganrbeai. Tho nvcr merely opeiaMa acceserater nd brake pedals; the gear-changii.g ia done for him. No clutchpedal is required. The system adopted tl the Hytiramatic transmission developed bf the United State* Ann uf (ieneral Motors—the nrm, inciOmtaOr, whieh Imllcls RoUs-Eoycc Mm engine?, iii ihe United Statei i:olis-Royce nave modltled the .stem by introducing a cut-out. ikiwing the driver to do his own .iiiginn if he .... 0V winding count"> Ho*tfTV ryfJi an.I Bti • ore produced* t>> tBJ %  l>e t-qulppe.' *i"i fully autom-i' gear change.—L.E.8. Canadian Clothes Industry OTTAW .\ of Lag combined output Canada s women s and i factory clothing industries, Montreal factories account for 64 p-'i cent and Toronto factories It* 33 per cent. — EVU.P IMVEHNMENT MMIM: jL'ctive seemed as far awayy none of this teinporuung probablv icause be had to work with men roversies and implacable enmiies. yet his courage was a thing part and all Ihe time he kept be(JNDFR THK SILVER HAMMER UQUOR UCEN8I NOTICE Iu2! 'Mf**-" •x ""'-"^ "ass. -v*. %  i. r Hud. hoUar of Laquo. iIST'etL" *-*•" Ndidtog i. hrar, EJ* SSoJZ -T ,,U ^ 0, ••"•*. lb>rhad t.. tMMn^r" al" O-'*' *i'' (',"'' '' %  milhin [) (t t A • n-trd ti.,. ssui d-r of o,,., A M.u^.n f^ t l-oln-f -Uflaktal.. M :i.nr. !" al a Ijfiininii ran'i ', ii_ •—• %  • ••Mlh day at Kovambrr 1MT it! Yout.f lady (or Ofllr. Aptilv in Ihr Uanafrr B n %  %  ? i Mar. Cwrlnflon A ii"i %  %  I a-yd rondlkpph i. a % %  Mm.,. .i*M M H,fn*r..iio., Bni,. •' "I Jn n S^?f?T HATO,l,, 'CB-sraior I cuble roaS i— aala. s vnf SMaraata* MoM rl*. Ltd lM>na -J MISCKI.1.ANMHIK MISCFI.I.ANEOlTfi WAVTTIl ou> GOIJI COINS. Ural*, Diamond ft •end.Prrc-KiiM 'ewsUtfy, HlVaf Nrrvkr. Halw. raprr WallhU. Sptcr A •.null %  rasa. Ensmala, Curio* OOimiNGM ANTtgl'K SHOP ITpp-fl Bay 81 TWIephanr 44M SS 10 5— SII ITIIMIVAI Coldraloi %  I inodrl. MTond hand, rstc 1 1 ho I Are Harried IT's plain common MOM to be cautious about new Ideas. until tlu-.y're proved to be good as well as new Bui '!)" %  you know that thousamls and thousands of women have tried out a new Idea, and found It heller In every u-a^. It's sheer prejudice to cling Io the oldfashioned methods. Undreamed of Comfort TAUT Tnnpax. for example. Thi> now cofiiplrtrlp dif/ercn! form of monthly sanitary protection has brought undreamed of comfort to countless women, who hesitated at first about testing it. Designed by a doctor, with specialised knowledge it women's problems on those difficult days', Tampax U trorn Internallp, It's daintier, safer, simpler. It's quite 5 Invisible and cannot cause \ ernbnrnissoient chafing or discomfort. Easily disposable, too A Personal Test WHY not test Tampax vou self Write or call at the § address In-low and ask for a \ free sample of either Reguo lar Tampax No. 1 (suitable ^ for all normal needs) or \ Super Absorbent Tampax *J No. 2. which gives 40* more absorbency for those A who need more than average o protection Samples will be V sent under plain cover. A KNIGHTS LTD. No. 38 Broad Stree' § >-,*,*.'-'.',.'--.,'''''''''•'''-"''-' I'l ll'KS I .,,. I!,,., I,.. M.,,,|, p _, •a* f^L "Sped^d linn, Pjujiaiid Apply Km J W Oaandlar. Todda Phi.n, MLIJI. I ii as—an. MECHAN ICAL AOIUCULTIJRAI. BQinnonT — Uv Jar, H,„ u^drr. icrra Side d'livrw Itakaa. Plough*, PSche.., m ~ JO 10 M an roM BAUt M1K< RLLANEOI'S H-a.. T,p-V|5T 1 -" e r.i* n .. 0 „ ..prlZt and a.i nr.*aa Aim CHa*r. Taa Trolla, ftu, "* %  •* hfrtI N-lalamd. OtwaaMni T.hka 'fWlg'""•*"" OISSS a. Chinnins, npl, ft TVa flarvics i-n.i ... )n W .X ., ,i irdrH tfatna |aari rnrii* ar I > lira* nraa. Traym Han. B4Ba Un — |*>ho were not all highly •educated, tore him the vision of an island j hg could be unreasonably obstinwhere upportunltiea would one ate at times He would, it has day be open to all men IrTetpectcen recorded, -go in the ottsei | .,. I( f class, colour or creed nirection without apparent reason, [jkdj Preicod. he had the burden •stick to a point '">',-" Iman whose Mm pic habits reandah Chair. Hand painW j lreshe.1 hll,i for the great battle '—_ %  %  *_?*" |thnt made constant inroads int" ,hls health great predecessor, he was t.imcl in battle by the strength of his gonvictions and by an .ihiding faith in his own people. I Next Saturday— HARRY OOODINf.1 noukta ii i<< pad • 4 Inrlnai '%  —-Mi'd A pa '.'.iUaaa pri<-* p*** V,-dR.nCabi-H .1 m M-h-aa rj • 'amtad P<-aaaa. DraaMni Tablaa |> Trurli. 7 Plurrrt Oil fW' Mats a ir..., n r. iwrria wnrklnc r.r<1LalSW i'-iv-(i. BFSIN a w*HM' Frrr," mid % %  I ind strength. They ren.ilt him as lover of flowers a:. j OHO who was i,ever so happy | I When he was working In hi kitchen garden or surrounded b^ a brood of pure bred Plymouti clrj. They see him still as the Canadian Brevities OTTAWA. Canada's annual production ot anned dog and cat food totalled B*> . < n-T4NRrn T>OTVV A ro. iltotad TSLCa While. Pint %  *."',"*",.•'""''• '" "* ; '"• ""I %  MMI i. "" BMatulre %  i En IliKJagHOLO IA|UIPltr_-.| *??gt *Waa.. Owaa T Alld-r. Ma HoaOueki r. Ha Koabi 10 B SI If I hlnia. Tta Clip* and D Rkhard* A Sbna. OLS) rAssuoNss jnaaaaagon '"" P"^o*OM ra*hl<„.ed J-welle.y w M-aannasIa pncea Wm. D Rlehard*. :u in ta in < USHION UNITS • Kaadv : •efcad In Calaawa far Paddlna and iTeilng B | BSS3 each Apply Tat lnil.iril Aieiiry .||aiai Cn II ( % %  i, lrea-1 I1w. n SS Hvlns In Uarbadoa t>r Air only • fa il*T after publl.-atl„ in London Contact Jan Sale e/a Advocate Co. Ltd Lpea llepieaenl — %  Ui.ls iasa i r I-d >:AHTII M'HAJ'Ut AND SCOOP ovtat arssa mould and maklna r.ad.. eu l)i SO IS H itmasoN WMCCI. TKACTOH Now %  A Ihnr Tr^lor. then, a,* mmeTouo atlarbmanta lor cultivation "ii Traniport purpoaea Your enquiry ', 'Z*' ] n COURTTSY <1ARA(IC Mai eBis jo io ij fln i.HAMoPiKmn Juat •aottvad %  acnaU iSSSasat o* Cot.in.bi. OramatMionaa ll'HT in. IVf*J ,, :ll|l r. e M" Ml al n.Coata Co I nvpartmeiil si in u a. n .'^ M,:Y -" A,,RlS Wn ' TrHa SHipaaant arrived In lime li • latf. '" %  HydeauliiUnkase fv hnpli nii-i.i ala o avai latoai. M 0 M B HBCOKD C1IANGUM.~ TWii >".(. %  apt ad, laannd hand fclactrtc gate* A MrvWt LM Ono %  i i, i-, ip|'l> J' DeAbreu CO. OLIVCTT1 iH 441 Typaw i>i. from Stock at i.lih. a* lolloara — •an. San a Co MIM I I I \M (l S Ifpreaentallve HiiriJAc Pur* t Shellac < < p1 •. ,.—. pt as 71 ang .?L n .tS m -l' M "" ""'" HADKaSON-S lAHPWAHr HTOlir. HrMAO '•! % %  1141 ang am. sr TANK One 4 nlvanlar lank Uv Street heavy quality a anw LM.. >l IW In TANKS A IXIUIPMENT 1 CegBW lined |oden Tank* 3B0 irallon • eaeatttv mpa Cle*n,c Motor*. Estra, Pipe mtinga. Laboratoi' • iipmeiM and many nth** fll|ini n i, equlpi HAD ivnri' mp snvrR thHi— K*A •fH -,, "Well <•" Tan** %  •-< Rnehee* and tahla "ev'-ivma •-•.I,. ptn, '!-*.!,. Pliil-H <-m> m F-lrniOl- *"^" Cand'a •Jntiffer, *, nidi, ,Id rumPr-.|t • %  -. %  *. 4 r".ie* ?-> %  4 Te„i-,. C, %  rlakaq Table "" w Cndh-rtlck *l"-di-p.>, —e nlil *>ni||.h Print* Ntrah Rock**. I'fidan Cri*|p. Mahna-o. ItlWtl Be,' *"*' ""•**naok RrrAvwrst .oi-vtv ro Aaeflnn-— l n ns—sn Thieve* Attack And Rob Two Residences JAMRS OITTENS of Char ocks Christ Church, reported to thai Police that he was attacked at his home at about 8.00 p.r on Wrdnesdav bv two unknowr men. He stated that they entered his cdroorn and took 113 30 t->fof*> unnlng swsv LAWRENCE BRATHWAITK of Station Hill. St. Michael, repertsd hat his house was broken and ntered between 7.00 p.m on 'Vrdnesdav an<| ft.48 s m. on Thursday and n Meycle valued; %** stolen. In Touch With Barbados Coastal Station ( AHI.E AN! WllUjr.lS iviae thai they paa i.mv .-. lih Ilia fallowma *hrp* Ir. na Del I" % %  l^-iilr Uuatei-.l. Amarican Co.m Una. a a KongasMn I > Hyaraa, * babel, Hard..' • VUlanejer. * Tekla, a Day lot ..* %  Tectanu. . Maranhao aj i %  Alcoa Pu'ium. • %  Btantot. %  ^ l.uiten. %  Ampnr Callfomi. %  suuwait. • Oreenh.yen Trail* *.-ee*aor. * Remote! • a. OranfSMad • Saa Rreeie. • • Tindi Viklnien. %  Mo.mar.nrf . leM Raarnt la>pard, II blrMlarnt. %  Slledretht. a a rioranlta, • Alcoa lularia. • Polka Bernadottr Colombl*. . Cavlna. *a. Awakura l^lghjtrul host who entertained 20.704 totu'worth $4,011,377 al las* Fits guests with rlasslcal music poynt—B.r.P.ind with endless discussions or a • poetry, astronomy and tha breedOTTAWA ;ng or alredales They remember Thl .„„, expensive tobacco n hi ^^ uff */^ mufortune-ariwn in Cilll8rt a in IBM was the Mint? n,.E^ e K "^V hi* 181 "' " b ^ >*• %  P"* V '" ,, V Which ST.JX. W,2l! r -9" i* -rage f„m price ApplicaUoiu are invited foi i'uWic Market. Barbado, The aalar> is 83.800 per anni the inspection of meat slaughtered and sold in th. Public Market; (c) the testing of weights, measures and Kales and weighbridges Candidates should be qualified to inspect meat. Previous experience of abattoir and meat market management and meat inspection would be an advantage. idrrgo a period Of Heart Trouble Caused by High Blood Pressure TO ALL EUROPE OFF SEASON RATES NOW IN EFFECT Only KLM offers all this • Knur MghU aaddy from Ihe (nribhnui • Choice of Northern or Southern Koute • Sleep Mr and Sleep,, Service available • SIODOVCIM en rouliit no extra fare • laiaikaa DCS an* DC-4BabSa*n • lie lam and Tou. i-l i la-Service Fly K I.M u|>orli Fir-l l l H8 Service with its famous 7-coursf meals and .ill lit,'Vxtraa" or choose KI.M's economical Air Tourist Service. On both you enjoy the comfort ami cm lience of the same fast. nodarn aircraft and the confldMIM rnapirtd by the % %  me experience,! "millior-mile" pilots atul crews. The succeMful applicant may be required to i tralaali oversea, of about six months duration Application.giving detail, a. to aac, quabncatlons and experience should be sent to the Colonial Secretary. Public Building Hridfetnun, Barbados, so as to reach him before the 15th of Novembe. "> easwa 18.10.52—Jr. WHITE HORSE Scotch Whisky The purpose of signs is to fdl without words. Here is a syrnhoi that tells, plainer than any words, of whisky at its finest . lovingly blended, long rnaturcd. until it U as noble a Scotch as ever came out of Scotland. SHIPPING NOTICES I . %  !.. i.e. at This A ITS NTH) N MOLSIWrVSS I %  v* you tried I .IDANO Whole all -der* W not buy a Tin I CHAIIt CANK The t-.pulai No 3 "" 'y %  Sc.nupo* kuadle lapv"*' -t.ly % %  lb. HARRIHON-H MAIUiWAHl ITUIIg. BSKtAD STIUQTT TSaS! III.' >IH I I .1-1..-, i-hiNin corru: < uf Otli .lelKln.ii ivaal and %  now Hi S'arei i-a* u* ro* th. van boat in AI *.B.ll* Wm l RirhanK I II SS—Sn UAS ct tmnnn rent cma.•<" CMMrr" i.b.iy Outnu. — man i>.ilHU ate EVERY MODERN HOME an ASM. Waif r Hrattr Baana S Kitrhn ENGLISH POTATOES 6c. per lb. RETA1T S5.50 per BAG 112 lbs. Af \.. 11 Swan SI. n.10.52—5n >'^'e'eOV^•>*4>>*>*X V/A^VrV n..t rauava ear. tiaeauai .THM...I. anl uauall/ almpU altmanl If ,,y of Ihaaa aymp. Ufa mar a* *ndan|*red i I Mean rroubla ar a paralytic •Irnka, and foil ahoulS alart uaatmaal at (•tyre. The *y "rat dnaa of Neica r..riT,erl. hnnwr> llynnii. a a*W iiirdtral ilarovari r*du*a H is" Hi"i I'reaaurfl an<1 mahaa yoi* feel >e*ra icinser In a !*•* daya Get Naaas from year .h-nuat today It la uarantoad ta^iah* ion faal wall *nd % %  .. ........... baas *a r*irs of ... l>lv [>*. k*f*. I'lVSTAl WATERS i oiinT inn -i Peat Osasa .ap Wartlilia Kiglit on goa eseellcnt S4 M.itlnng. Cool. Control tatOtt0a>'3 r >OO^0'>y>'% No. 1 STALL • % %  ni.ic MAsair For the Week-end Itoa.t. Rump ltoa.1. nound Steak and Suet for Plum Pliddln* e.peeilly aeleeled from loral h*|fri and DAN SPRINGER CHRISTIAN SCIECNCt | READING ROOM : -ubacrip k r Bowen A Son* m-d -Stroel from p.m Tu*ada.v lav*. FMd.y.. clock on SaUndi HI I HARD FROM THE I'MTHI KINGDOM SS. -SUCCESSOR" SS. "HERDSMAN" |-g"XF MPLE BARKS. "WAYTARER" Protn Newport and Liverpool • Liverpool London .. Glasgow and iverpool Dae 16th Oct. irt Nov. iMh Oct. 7th Nov 26th Oct. 8th Nov. 5th Nov. 17th Nov. HOMEWARD PC. THE CNTRD KINGDOM M. "KALLADA" ^^ -;For further information .ipplv to DA COSTA 4b CO. LTD. AgentRemember when you do your shopping with us we deliver to your doOf hy Motor Van. CENTRAL EMPORIUM NOTICE The manufacturers of ire nWirr tn notify their customer* ..nd the enerl puhllr. that oln to greatlr lncreaaed coat ol proritirtlo.. ... f aaaj revlied prices on Ice lll be put Into :KSB Saturday, lit rlocmber. IS2. I Sales ex factory or depot, tl-M per 100 lbs. 1 Delivered within a radius limited to fhe four mile lliahwa> I, Warrens Corner on Highway 2. Waterford Comer on Hl|hv.v 3. Cun H.ll Corner on Highway 4. Boarded Hall on Highway 5. W.ldey Junction on Highway 6. and Olstlns Town on Highway 7. $1.25 per too lbs. S. Delivered beyond the aforementioned limits, ,1.50 per 100 lbs. vt v* vmiK ssssjri %  i: rnsm pan %mm twy ;AIII.\.X SIIIVK I: rianaaaui ^'iirHnoienj MOS'TBIAlMAI IFAX Arr B'DOS 14 Orl 15 Orl SI OM led I'..., net Arnn-n T N*t II Nov n Nov sfit'THnntTrn arTEAJHK 111 AMSR NOB rout liAl.TlaSDILC HTW VORK V" fl'DOS n OM II Opt II No* NEW ORLEANS M II iri niBTMiitmi) soiTanm-Nn NEW oniJArl" I CaH MOBILE HOet JAMAICA ISfS Arr BTJOS ff Ort S No* %  No* IS Na* SS Nov For fiirther information apply BUM* I THOIC



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rw.r 11 \ BARBADOS ADVOCATE s VII ROAV, \ll\l Mill K 1. 152 24 Entries For Beer Mug Golf that they K-ii uiat %  i i.ni boa-* .lit) up to •re going %  %  ... %  I to the %  %  • i La IUI to bath ii KSOS %  ibuu. 4 ii..m-rkBMO 11|( nI 0 , iC |„ llf me mian % %  .. ,.,. .ii! M Ofl II UM Mr N H %  • Qnif and Country Oub this anT' '""' "'"' ***** noon la too monthly BM MUR ihe ttnlfi <.f tnc An.hoi Cup ,„ .„.,,„„„ Two aaeen player* ... igbtton-hole "'"P1 struggle against par hi* fell Wl! ]i ;, ( handicap xlbwincf, and %  mi ftJIltl 1 S HEADLINE VISITING MARKSMEN ENJOY TOUR Teams Do Well In Difficult Light '.y ended Barbados Rifle Association tournailunity for many of our ynuiu' ii Barbados. Dr. E Richardcaptain ol the Tiimdad side which won the Anchor i A.kocatc yesterday. He said thai they had enjoyed the tour. "And hai ..OK I.W IU fcnou III -Of pol'"'K %  '"* U.S. Wrrfitxi League Cricket Notes H> SCK1BHLKK T*.. Ol UM Police Boyt' Club* batsmen added their names to the lint of century maker* this leaann lv h| a, lo *,,, i n t> in league Cricket. In the Central ln pe ,3^,. C | ub aecond Uos-d M Hill 111 rj took 6 for 26l-ewls %  dial of 211 fur 3 d s*in.t ,,„ (joy,club look fl MiddleDrx Mall and O M M .,,.. mihap wickets for 8 ngaln*I Belleplaine brought tat* Min richer. t the> club*. This >* Liberty at the clone of play OgtBoy* Chal %  %  %  joyed .l.i -'" ninwd foi ... lead of 59 run* against urde For Liberty Smart lok 4 for Club plajrad three Agun loon)* u ()JU< ; ," fl(| s gnd i Hunt* I : uml against Nurthei n PYogressive. „„ 4 bette Mored n.l l. St J..NU flub. Ill lot U. Blackmail In Ihc Boys' Club match against t M jj.^,. 21 were the br*t Drax Hall. V. Ma.-wiah contril 05 to Ihr total. Drax Hall h* Saturday. In the la*t fev. Highland aeemed to have gathered new strength and arttl ampionship table to make a fight of it. Highland had Bret knock and the Cycleaw kowlers pinned them down l. .11 OtM ball % %  -' %  Nik IT nut out btc ngture F i Cyi kMM ID 2 Ml ll v 3 f.-r II and I > I %  flirt thn. Iota] of foul rural batujed Ihe Mfftafl 21 %  itt 88 for 7 its II\R\I'\ Mr. Vroaks And Mr. Sultan lioat W.L Shot* C %  ; %  il or i. ^**_-.. Mi batted first lo score 168. Apart from Lewis the only other >iIn the Boys' Club match against To this total U Applewhuile conbatsman to reach double figures i Dclleplalne E. Phillips scored 22 t| ibutwi 04, Mr. Brathwaite 30 not % %  ""'sell 11. nd the mini during the day's ptgor l(llt iin ,i u Wolcott 30. For Ad,n %  g coring garhe at Carwas 192 vocotc George King took 5 for "ngtor^ Village thauibvrlain seem 61 (1 Sobers 4 for 47 IO bo arin K none too well ngalnst Viclurv for Dunes Belfleld "B". ChamlH-rlain batted Advocate caUapaod for 36 In lint to score 41 and Belllcld reDanes scored a victory against their flrsl inning*. Daniel took H plied with 37. For Belfleld E. IghUW at the Pool. Danes were f or 4 a „d Walcotl I for 14. Asked Austin took 3 for 1. E. Dy.il 4 iohnslone. a n out for 1S4 in their first int 0 follow on. Advocate again for 10 and K. Davis 2 for 3. For "I'hTn."';*' luiured in Chairman of lh.British West Innings and dismissed Brighton IB* found run-getting a problem and Chamberlain Howe took 3 for 10 %  lo Ted dO Shooting Council, and ComK2 Brighton bowlers held the uiA hen slumps were drawn for the and F. Howard 4 for 17. I ,,„,„ %  dm*sheet mandam ol ttg Wt Indlei Team iUatlve In the second innings and )a% ~ wickets had fallen for 10 At ihe — . : whcn at Hate* in l50 -aid he CORI DM for 7 Carter uns. Daniel aeein di I the damage tain bad did badKeith Murphy rode home the wlnly t any range. %  a fal ..num. who had hern salectefl mail, i.m and form expert, has ,..10 rVpreaeni Tnnidid on lormt. Heji anyone to name ihe first three "j !" — In > %  I...* tf h M u.„ in thin month's event with 1 day. Ki ndal should be successful in nings at a total of N, Rangi he SS time m Z STV ^hitorewgidteSi OCasWhO "•' %  dded that three Ol four the bid for • victory l-day against ^rted their s-cond iun..^ with ,umn 1*IS years ago. Colonel .! Connell was WhIU Rose. On Ihe first day of ,cad of 74 and their batsmen nearest a.eompli. hing J^^ JJj Iliat|um( „ lf bu nf uUy u/hite Rose hr.tsmen colindulging In a spate Ol run fcetThO draw, starting times and !' u :np %  •" Bs* repr^uejgd thai IapM _for_46^and Kendal replied t, n g scored 206. W. Clarke topcttnlrlbutiiiK •> IW^V^HSCBV lexion of 'he ^*p idefeateri half ... 1 i % %  nandaiil of the West Indies Team dlallvc m the second innings and la% 7 wickets had fallen for 10 l50 said he condismissed Danes for 73. Carter ruoe, u.im-i again did the damage la'" MTi F'.lton Crook, winner \^.,K ~. for 40 Brighton batsmen ; : ,jcing 7 for 7. So far in this run ne he has laken II for 11 Matched Forfeited i.miioued their match Belmont failed to return Rangers "A" and added Romans on U %  %  of thel the W. Indsei tOl 14 and Alleyne 3 for 23. another 23 runs to close their ingame and BO forfeited Ihe match! Ki ndal v!i >u!d %  %  • > %  < %  %  U n|i' liome Ihe wins "i" !" ""• r-non roo. winner tot.* lr *u orin(on iMtomini ::dting HI Held of ilfleen plavond ^' r J A S(if:.>n. rUsUagff up however failed lo exploit the poslgjame h' ui the masU i inathe'"' I '"' "Wogart Cup" in Ihe inoot t on and were all out for 55. Hoyte Q^^ 1 form expert, has dei Uft completed, the beat tWO ored 23 while Estwick took 4 B8a inst W J|J|aaaP J THIS WEEK. %%%*%*%%%%*%%%%%%%%***% %  wefj at 500 yards I ioks. by the '.v ,. %  1 rivm-. 1 momeni 'ing h nier nhol oig the British West Indies**, Di fl fJeoa ended. J Mr. J. A Button, skipiier of Ihe* % %  m, said tiwit; rhev h-d a very enjoyable tour and were verv appreciative of 'he lime ihey hiid. itnlrx Wait Ii. s LOCIS L. BATLET wuh 105. E. Estwick cr.nlribuyjw ..-c.ipd with 47. C. Yea 00. L. Harewood look 5 tor 27. M :i; and I. Barker M. Iffl.vlirs 4 for 30. While Roae ImColts net with the task of s<-< proved considerably In their aecusil r..r victory hnvr lo.t lot or.d inningx. with a total of 147. their best bars for 28 runs. Estwick took 5 for S4. Roach 2 for ttlU need 252 to avoid defeat. U. Full Points Performance* ood hit in handicap ol UM players: ""ah atandarii ol form which he .., -H. Vidmer (41. Victor hM Munlly shown. ;i. Stnnton Toppln (ll. Cll | Connell. he said, still holds laymond Norrls OT) h e record for the ben score In 1.50 p.m.—Colin Bayley (101 hr Anchor Cup I4H out ol %  f< hn Groce (lo). I^rd DanKan possible 150 24i William C.raimun, (211 of Mr. Nonnan Hum,,. (Trin.. r, v'iZ .. ?.?, S"tone said: "he b iiiT r EU? ,,,,' Mur P hy ulte a ew comer to rifle .hootMiddlesex further consolidated W. Clarke of Rangers scored his •ikr, .._ \li a.Li ,-. '"' %  having started In August their position at the head of the thud consecutive 30 against Colts t ul ZLTTV., IS Z '''• "" %  %  • hlls "lured very prom, hainuioushlp table in the Caron Saturday. Ills 30's were against J 173, i it-iL-n ifi. Tcmpro n "" 1 '" 'he prize lists on the nsle division by a handaom • Hordrau 187. Colt. 34 and 47. favourably Impressed ',,;, „ ?. ',,-' k ,,., „ Intercolonial meeting just convictory against Bay Street Boys In the game against Advocate. They weie very favourably *, P'PJ: „• ~ l !?f!* n 1D ':. • eluded, having won theHIM llav Street Bovs began the mat.'. O. Daniel of St. Matthias look his i %  I with the liospltallty ol !""'" <>"' %  ""',' Osborne (151. pllz „ wlth t XC ellent wres. one lull of hopes lor victory as the) 14th wicket. Rudder ol Middl. the Barbadians. Although B.O. .„ !" • 1 n i .... b n l %  uoss'hle at 500 yard.. look the nrst Innings lead with u took Ins llllielh arlekal In In* lo Trinidad, he was certain n %  !,.{!„„"?: J"•„ „"',? mln : H • Hi. brilliant performance score of 38 against 22. Middlesex match against Boys'club S. Lewis D.HInkaon (24). C. Bellamy (18). pUf l him first In lh. BeltoTi Lane DANCE A FR1NTKI) COTTON FABRIC—(suitable fr %  iiakiiiL; Bench I)r-ses. House Couts and Swim Suits .lb wide Only 84c. Yd. that both learns enjoyed Darb ioV Fiom the shooltng point view, he (ell that the meeting %  great success and Hirbado* tor m ..... I BU only hojie thai when ... tdlana cotne to Hi ttUgh dsq :' 1 can i-lievc 'hat ,hc> Brgggi have a* CIKKI a lime Fetlnv wns uvrmwrr ' %  " "art airesn the "Mr. Hunter." he sa king such plnres on thr tp (m 1() Iuvvl l(K Hi Mliilll i li ;; ii ." i| i %  that Ihey had enjoyed themselves." Mr. %  left 1 lei i SIDNEY ROBIN lX>NDON. That hundreds of pun tent write to II .r,., (., i i HI .plaining oi Mini cheated by boota i .r,. th.,,,. The rlub ulwaj s icplles that H i. n Cornmlscennot Intervene, but it win warn off' any defaullinu booK%  lk,, > "-p m u Us Tatti-isalK Mi.ii ihe /oeltea Clab Is reptuvd r ";„^,:":^e^ ''-"".^--'".-• ^--'-'" % %  ••-"Jniirir,^ ti.i.r H-e..li h physics going wtUl the training of the students." Mr Kenneth Mansflcld, a lecturer attached (o the depart men t said. Atomic Artillery' 'The new I. iii.,. known ai the nu I ei purticles laboratory. V.' • lndlr.il prohlems. Pickwick XI \ vrsus t i iilish A PICKWICK XI will puu %  riatle Sporti CruJ I. •ami start and conunta i < \ %  Sui The following will pla. dckiw. I. Tnomas (Capt). T %  i.ieemdi:e. dfcW c;reenidgc. M. Lashley, A w !.' nil r, ( %  Butler, J. Hoad, F Kli tehei and H Armstrong. irlisl.s learn is as follows:— Jockey Club, Women cinu.uuu from Newmarke: „, ,\ ;tn ( .|, Itl which may [arms and rcnl roll, ai d wn i i untii. -LV ,,f Utouaanda ..i p unoa %  nnuallj ii.. licei fees. Thoi ailhnuffh il map rank •ithe %  %  %  tab In Ihe IDOrhf, rHcrnbi'shlp subscripfioti Is only £10 a year. Hui to hire a bedroom cxttt £54 a iicnr. a aaatO That the hide panelled room it. which ihe Stewards sit in f •! Judgment is iKtuttd-proof, it ins double doors, the oustT cadded Yearthree Inches thick. That every rtigning monarch since the beginrntut ol Ihe 19th century — except Queen ViOtorll has been a member of the barred treataue generator itually be used lUimi i ill. i \ |or shomruelge down tn i tot lube 'We shall be studying here tho l loblem of accelerator machines which are use.l. Domestic :ili ins.—29.-. %  \— S2.98 a yd. I TernJohn While Shoes — $7.65 a pair American Socks—58c. a pair Heavy Duniiaree—95c. a yd. Menr>j.iniiisi .'.I' a suit Khaki Shirts. Lone Sleeves— -_'i,8 each Nylon Shirls—$1.8(1 each Cotton Flower Sperl Shirts^— 11.71 each Windbreaker—$1.80 (.•aid (|u:ilil\ Vests. 2 lor si M Striped Socks. 3 pairs for -I.mi Silk Hiiiidkcrchhls. I for -1 oil Barbados View Shirts—SUM Slipover—78c. S1.II8. IIJM Flash] lies—$1.80 Bow Tie—SI Mi PI %  io Belli M e and 71, 0RIENTAI GOODS IS mi



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^T WHAT S ON TODAY For th UUM 'hl Luck* IUUIIWI. 'CalnR th* wrong. t)J t n*I rn.Unr For Uia> future In Int dittan-r And Vie food ihat I ran do YESTERDAY'S WEATHER REPORT MflMW Nil -IS U> %  (•' IHW. as r. ESTABLISHED 1895 SATURDAY. NOVEMBER I, 152 — ^% %  %  *** %  *. iiwx iison 1, ISOy Lord Reading Will Visit South America To Boost British Trade He Will Spend 3 Days In Each Of Five Republics PRICE. FIVE CENTS i. ssOa.ni • :<* %  m I %  • y nrl Low Tlda %  M J BREAK HANDLED DIPLOMATICALLY LONDON, Oct 31 Improvement of Britain's trade with South America is the principal aim „f the visit Lord Reading. Parliamentary Under-Secretary for Foreign AfTairs is to make to Argentina, Chile. Brazil. Uruguay and Peru next month L-ortt Rending tiles ii> Rio Dt — %  — New Castries I Approaching Completion HIS HONOUR F Degnzon. Act-| Ing Administrator of St. Lucuii who arrived here during the week to K W I A (old the Advocate yeaterda] that IIH> new town or 1 was approaching compl'tlon and would bo a monument to the advantages of town planning In UM llntish Caribbean. He said lhat the Saagatariat. the law courts and the Legislative Council Chamber would be occupying ihelr new buildlngH In the ile'.S Veal The Cioviiiini' ni houilnii •Cht rm has iieen completed and eluding aborning units ami the n wStor borM m Id in operation. Ttie new lire station is also in [,-. %  With regard to industrialisation. Mi DtflUOn said that proposals wenunder active consideration for the generation of thermal "norgy from volcanic fumeroles re and added that their % %  iii i toadl (-'instruction programme was under way. '•The report of the team of exoerts In connection with the "ron^mir development of the DOW lieinii considered preparatory to i's baini nut i"'o nut the reoort of the Commiion of Fnoulry into the nugar strikes in March this v.... has been submitted to Government and is receiving consideration." Mr. E. M\ Shilsto-ie On Month's Leave Janeiro on (hi torn on November if. Hi accompanied by his Prtvafa S.* Oregan and by Mr. H. A. Barclav Assistwnt Under-Secrcuiry An official source here said the three days which Lord Reading U 1o spend in each of five capitals would not permit him to have detailed negotiations on % %  political problems concerning Britain. He would not enter into discussion on Argentina's claim Of sovereignty over the Falkland* or her nccnt exchani Uruguay over transit faciliti-s granted to the British, on their wav to the Falkland*. "Lord Reading's visit is a goodwill mission". It Is the tlrst of its kind undertaken by a British mission since tt*i war In a statement to Press correspondents here today Lord Reading said: "South America Is a continent which I had alWM to visit but I had rathai given up hope of doing so. I am more than glad that I have now been given an opportunity especially in this manner. "I vcrv much appreciate the warmth with which the Governments accented the suggestion that I should go. My only regret is that the visit is to DC 111 '"I In time bv ettMr tngagements."—V.P. { St. Peter's Vestry \ Coronation Com. 1 The St Peter Vestry at their meeting on Thursday afternoon XppolnU-d the entire Vestry a %  oronal on Committee with pow%s to co-opt other persons m tho parish V'The members are Kcv A .1 -ten (Chairman), Mr. renwaea 1 f.'io Casualties In Typhoon SAIOON. Indo China. Oct. 31. A typhoon U.i battered th* central coastal region or Indochina was reported to have killed or Injured 160 person* in Hue and Touraae the two largest towns In Central Indo China. Hue, the capital or Ue state of Annan. Is said to be deep under water after Perfume River spilled over tne banks. One hundred victims of the storm were reported. Fifty vicUms were reported at Tourane. 00 miles -outli of Hoe— (OP) $8,700 for Sanltatio Slalement of Expenending .mount lief and Shi lit OIK %  Queen a Commissioner of present on one Mr. E. M. Solicitor and Probates is i month'! leave, Mr. L. E. R. Gill of the firm of Messis. Coltle Catford & Co. Solicitors i'. noting ft) Solicitor and Commissioner of Pl GIs CAST VOTES ON TRIANGLE HILL Egypt Sees Necessity OfM.KD.O. WASHINGTON, Oct. 31 Hr liable diplomatic quarter: said on Friday that Egypt Is convinced of the necessity Middle East Defence Orga tion But while declaring that the Egyptian government believes Egypt wa*ild l>e the logical 1. tion for headquarters of such an organization, these sources stressed it would be a long time before any multi-national armed force could be quartered there. They also stressed whether M.K.i) o plans succeed or not, Egypt intends to strengthen her own armed forces. The sources Mad simc the presence of Communists the Sue/ Canal Zone has been a tore point to Egypt. If M K Do becomes a reality and has Egypt as its base it will necessarily be limited to a small coordinating group of officers from the various oun tries concerned. They said that Egyptian public opinion would reject tho presence in Egypt of foreign parrisons even though Egypt uiell mi.hi aethe leading role in QM direction of such troops. _^ CP. French Ready For New Drive HANOI. Oct. 31. Mutlrnked French Union soldiers slogged through ankle deep mire Friday working feverishly to ferry i supply of trucks and 'heavy guns across the Black River for a new drive northward into the Communist conquered Rod River Valley. rain for two days 'urned the precarious bridgeiead near where the Hla.k River lows Into the Red River into -. uogmire where grunting bullpushed trucks onto narrow Russia Reinforcing Defences In Baltic By K. C. THALKK uONtW IN lk-' 31 INTELLIGENCE reuorts Mscfoaed litre thai Russia ig hastily reinforcing hr lre j powwrfnl ctofences in the Baltic and is tighten ini; extern j -—asuren alonn 1,000 miles of coastline bet wee? the CJulf of Finland and East German borders. Strategic considerations nf behind thi* new drive bui .ill it appears designed L> protect from foreign observation research and testing gftes o| guided inisailts said to be going up all along the Ba!:iicnaits -— The drive is lu'llcved to ha been partly promptest by the tteent NATO 'Maini and aii manoeuvres Wbli the West's defence lround the Dnltic urea of operations Phe new drive is said to Includi plans for strengthening of the wide net of radi Ifctlonof nir and bases and of the so-called Russian "Gibraltar'' rormad i<> the two Estonian island' of Dago and Oesel off the Gulf of Riga A considerate Y part of the Soviet submarine fleet is Knowi to h,cone.'Titrated in the Balti' In addition to shipyards specializing in the continued supply of waie variety of naval vessels. Beoent orders for the evacuation the local population in former German and Polish territory wadsmng on the U*ltlc are also C HI Of the new security drive lid of the policy to free the nec.ied sites for rocket Ibises. an sensitiveness owi %  e*i opments In tho Baltic have pee' in evidence for aoma tlni. pas' UM shooting down Stair, navy plane and of b P A planes and Interferer With Scandinavian Hshin hav. shown the .cope of lovi i| *ont: .1 and the ruthless determina:ion to make it an exclusive Ru %  lake. —~^^^_ r Japan To Open Tariff Talks afts that :... %  !iie would veiling stream. South Koreans Overrun By Red Attack SEOl'L. Oct. 31 South Koreans refusing orders to retreat battled bloodily with Chinese Communists atop Triangle Hill today m sawige seesaw nghllng for the strategl central front peak. Pgggsssgfn %  i 'he height north of Kumswa stil was in doubt after 18 hours. ROKS determined to win oi nie 'met the Chinese in Here hand to hand duels with fist' and bayonets and with ham grenades. United Press eorrenpondent Victor Kendriek .said that about 3.000 Red troops over ran more than 500 ROK hoop at 2.00 a.m today and captured the peak. South Korean riflemen later retook the positions but then had to give it Up lo another vicious Red assault al 10.00 ajn. Major Robert Gator. United State* adviser to ROKS told Kendriek that of the three ROK units engaged in the Initial Red assault two were "completely gone" and I third reduced to 18 men. —^-^^^ IP Rioters Deny tiommunism SYDNEY. Oct. 3J. Italian migrants indignantly denied that yesterday's riots were Commuatol inspired and a spokesman said "wr are not Fasciat, not Socialist, not Communist We have nothing to do with any party. We are here to work, nothing else." He added that the soto ressun for their stand was a clause in their contract with the Australian Government which they claimed nt that government contractod to give them work and it had broken the contract. He said they will not demonstrate again until they get a reply from the Immigration Minister to their demand for jobs. The Italian Mlni-ter. Dr. Dvneo. •WSVer. Mid that although the igrants had no set political beGIOKGI MIDOIITON (IIFT), British Charge d'Affalre* In Iran, shakehands with Iranian Foreign Minister D. H. Faieml, In Teheran, as he call* to ggy goodbye after severance of diplomatic relations between the iwo countries. U. & State Department spokesman Michael McDermott, expressing "regret" at Iran's action, declared: "We think It does not contribute to the solution of the problem.'' fInternetionafl New Q.C's Welcomed To The Inner Bar Mi. I, rdihip Hi,chM Judge Sir Allan Colhri nil brother Judgt Ml JuMICI .1 W It Ch.iirrv vislcrdav wmgratululnl Hon. C. Wvli. All..in,v Oanaral ami Mr. < %  II Adam t'oi to* honour of Qucan'a Counaal which ha raonlh bora eonfemd upon tham and antleomad ihonIn the Inner Bar. TOKYO, Oct. 31. 1 mtd HO Friday tint pri>pBriiiic to open tflriff ll Went Oermiiny PaaM* dozen other couatrtM *;ittln for thnorou application tor carry thcmiliefa they could have been Im'lted I-oy.rl Frencli and Vielnnii. forces m a surpri.se attach twej and Mr. H. Garn-I Gordon, CB.E., arnved in Bar%  adoduillii; Ihe week i)V I'WIA. and had dlrulon. with Professor C. G. Ueasley, 1 A.lui: ',, ihr f'...ne"oller for Development and Wolfare> on problems arising out of the Oils and Fats Agreement. I The talki wtttoh were Informal, ended yesterday afternoon at Hi Uagi Hou't; after a two-doy tessioii. Mr. Gordon expects to return Tome this morning while the other members of the delegation tie slaying on until Wednesday ire guests a Gem Smugglers Arrested LA PLATA, Argentina, Oct. 31. 'Police had under arrest sevral suspects in a ciackdown on what authoiiltos described a> perhaps the worlds largest black market operator's In gems. Police said the gang which bad established headquarters In Argentina from where it channelled stones Illegally to other count. u-> had enough precious stones "to pave a street 40 feet long and 100 wide." The underground group Was uncovered last week when poll. %  ware Investigating narcotli •> groups according to report. Police said those arrested were enly the "Instruments'' of powei ful operators. Investigators believed the gang also included underground dealer* who operitd out of Antwerp before World War II. The group's asset* Marine were estimated at (09,000.000. U.F. It Was Japan is 1. Iks W, tan and without approval ii'inb-i.-hip in the general men! on tartn and bradt TJM report received by the h'reign Offlce fioin its cOMUIal Cen. rva said (ATT Council K'Vei ; ,,, movf The bilnleial la riff agreement LVIU not go into effect however %  Hill Japan is assured of G.AT.I %  nembei"hip. rsllabto aourcsg henlaaf* u.p. Uuh KeciHIliii" Mjiner To P.G*ee NEW YOKK. Oct. 91. some 800 distinguishisl guegtl who paid fiiai a planThursday night heard an Impassioned appeal for an Increased migration quota for Italy which is -bursting %  < HM MBmi with mnnpower ami becoming a danger to well as an invitation t.i OomRrll nlsm." The dinne, at New York's Commodore Hotel wa* by UM American COfl %  Italian immigration.—V-P. Neaii. BJI I),,, practising bar* listen, be I as uC th< i nsny MU iton mm pi %  oi Ion Aftet UM Chtol mod MI v. Mr. Adams to thi I hip. Mi Atlornej and Hi Uams, rout ap the rani %  I wan rot snud ad to ihe proper time ago and now new* has been reoi ivsd thai your requ ntod 'i" 1 BMWI %  ( ••' inj occasion In the ann,d.~ of tld' I i i%  iusi M> fail as I am aware tin hoOOW !i.. net Bl "n oaofamd on two eminent coun•k'l at me sain %  linn* "In recognition of youi atonl %  %  Bar of thu I i Mi Attorney being it.I .• %  \ %  In the various Court,. „f a ilf Island for 2B years, and In view of your legal altainm.r fa Hfl Mnjestv 1^ pleased to dire. I .. ; i %  Ub I-appointed la i>e id. Matesly'i Couni I foi U "We of I ngratulato vou for the honours confi rre.i im! tvaleon i r Bai i y v 1 \ i ittot nei fleneral M ( larke ijr w H oc seh. |t OeneraL i R 1 D it L Ward I w %  | M %  t L A. win *mith. C I Mi, e M E %  •ourne Al latent 1 draught-;man. Ml* M \ Reeee, and th-^ fhllowlni Bolldtora M | | i i p i, i) v Rm i I w I 0 II i *rm-trot>g. W 'i 0 iH !''' % %  in Roc. V • St Luey BmU I (Hid *MT PRKV AOR L. A William. TOTAL tlttft 72 Hi IKi H79 Jamaica Wants Self Government KINGSTON -) • in %  in a hurry. A %  pecial com^ %  B the entativ A. Rustamante, N. elded thai the colony shnukl be e|f-govi i I. Commonwealth by 1954 'and rable to the Secretary of Dalies demanding that limited constitutional hang's already decided on %  %  U i In Janucobli IV The %  '. ,r h. .i.lvised the Colonial the move toveinment's its. to stamp nil t. rroi vtiicfa have rougM death to fifty Eurapaana and loyal Africans. in MO Kikuyu tribesIggad up in military and police ou .. the foi-esta. The ml was made on Thursday when ai least noo KJkuyus .. %  t ed by nlle companies. All but 100 of these were latar rclcased after (luettloning 1 At the i the Mau Mau siruek again al Kagumo In Nyrei district and an African who had I lone* against the socli. und brutally murdered. —UP. t All." • Ocl Egjplum fuituue balUi %  "in next ruaad I %  alaettoo by a "tiny najaaitj TIM loity-emh1-\e. 1 i-..ld | a i 1 hewei would go to K> %  a lime I il woiil.l nut [0 adddionally lore ,v. thai General Douglas M ieAi UHU bt ing i. %  tinned to "in illation and ] aveatuaj death Ilka' Lincoln i lm.nl iwl U fa Bsnoni ini Pearl Harbour, BrIU VI g p.m on Monday. 3rd No. rid inn..MlnlsMl Hll Kv Ileney will pursfuU'l return to ( )r • %  , K e ln the peopla power m last vi % % %  ( Bi %  en>.t BarbadOl ovet tho H''diffusion l V ILE. To Hroftttcast On Monday Inclination has l>een received %  l the S S. "Oranjestad." In ii i h HiBxei llencv Ihe Governor and t*dy Savage will travel lo t i Unilod Kingdom, Is due to arrive In Barbadoson the mornMi; of Tuesday, 4th November. i Itoncy MU\ [juiy Sav%  i l % %  ;.. ; .,. %  • %  d 10 a.m. and leave tor UM ihip about m.90 a.m. At 8 p.m ARTIES HEADLINE ft* -AJ AMlee would lay Ss B**an—'Ditband <„ %  IN '!!'• Grenada Cots $1.10.000 Grant QRftNADA I the Secretary of Btab ; $l.^il(iuii tin Bgrh Liltural davi fa | M auofl and land seith ii,.ni cov< ring .. i" '.. Will involv. n oi MW.000 for Ihe PUi opmcnl of land 919.000 on aoll con %  •' age improvemriii starling Th. pQNlutM ..ere Dumfnea Batah a U l i %  "" .1 tion and Other buildings la contemplated for purposes of the scheme Tin aSQMBdtturs Ol 910.300 from i id C l>W. Allocation as capital contribution towards the establishment ,,f an Eastern Caribbean Farm Institute In Trinidad was approved by tb< Fin.ni. < %  Couni d'ee M I.MO.I' Th. ( ..mmltleralso agreed that Grenada should undertake to lill % %  '. permanently at the Inatltute's classes and noting the possibility of the acceptance of muru candidates, also expressed the hope that private proprietors would take advantage of the training facilities offered. Yugoslavia Gets Note On Trieste Criticism On S. Korea Army Refuted Ml & C II lUliTnv IU H a> .1 . .. WASHINGTON. Oct. 91. ROME, Oct. 91. The Foreign Offlce said it had proposed lo Yugoslavia that the controversy arising over Yugoslav measures in zone B of Trieste Free State be presented before the international Court at the Hague. Th' announcement specined | that the step did not concern a "definite solution" of the Trieste Pre State problem but only tho present situation in Zone 'H" A spokesman said the note was "one of the longest and most Italv eve-submitted to a foreign power.— V.P. "ri ,W '^ neMl il y ni, hl by 5l** nnow M D,ted < r lf 'ni of the adminlstratroops -upported by the United imTi^.. i .1, if D "* DeThe Republican Presidential Uon'a programme in Korea, the' States v. 1th substantial ITZZ l hal : mt V' ;rrr.r K^^ Uni ^ 'hi; OTl, ^ r e,,d eX ,M "' lo( V n V*"** DPrtm.l answered .numbers supported b, Ihe Rsto negotiate ....os the i-hle we fJ2rSl a2S? p* 1 10 !" *** "•* %  wtter In a totevl c^Ui Army emmander'a publ.. going into the rl-lls with thai the S-,uth Korean army gramme to back up his repeated complaint* by issuing a atatement I Meanwhile high department armed with guns and *i oe increased subeuinttally claims that Korean troop* could claiming it has "pmh vlgorou .ry Mms near t\Xtm* be trained more rapidly to Man eKpande.1 training ,., ll „u, li,teH ZESTS ,. den,ed ,PUbplace United States troops in gramme 3 of Kom b. %  to Mood fell Into Elsenhower's Presidency last ftVan neewould be relieved In his letter addre^ed lo M..J T] H |d "General bt July for hnaoital In night to take personal command commander of the United General Orlando C Mood, former Clark ha, also submitted a longissenbed he of the operations was grim-faced States Eighth A.mv ,n Korea ag [chlef-of-Staff cf th. Eighth or range programme for further dent,... are %  with whatever f< restore o Stevenson whi campaign for but -ool after many hours of result of his apparent support I Army, Van Heet -aid there were expansion of ihe Korean army Eisenhower's criu-|"a goodly nun ajth which la under Intensive study by Korean troops "In the pipe line", the Department of Defence. Bui added 1 have done this on The defence statement said It my own responsibility with very has built a South Ken little encouragement and never ( from I lofcg of about 30,000 men any approval for any increases' at the outbreak of the While denying thai Van Fleet : well trained, weU would be disciplined for his Imwell led I ; 400.000 official-. Dr S. S. Marshall, p.-.son elsm of the South Korean trainaid the guards "are all ing programme. right. TIM) are jusl emotionally! President Trumnn also officialupset". He said no violence 'has ty denied from his campaign been used and convicts released .train that Van Fleet would be guards "after lots of talk". removed as a result of a letter —U.P. [by Van Fleet made public on letter as personal "communication from Van fleet" and said he had "no Idas'* bow %  headquarters aald on v. night that a tengl the letter was given %  Fleet who Is in the Unlti -IP ke ciaaAe/ce tt/i nte


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^T
WHAT S ON TODAY
For th uum 'hl Luck* iuuiiwi.
'CalnR th* wrong. t)-Jt n*I rn.Unr
For Uia> future In Int dittan-r
And Vie food ihat I ran do
YESTERDAY'S WEATHER REPORT
MflMW Nil
-IS U> (' IHW.
- as r.
ESTABLISHED 1895
SATURDAY. NOVEMBER I, 152
_______ _____________________ ^-****. iiwx iison 1, ISO- y
Lord Reading Will Visit South
America To Boost British Trade
He Will Spend 3 Days In
Each Of Five Republics
PRICE. FIVE CENTS
i. ssOa.ni
:<* m
I y nrl
Low Tlda M j
BREAK HANDLED DIPLOMATICALLY
LONDON, Oct 31
Improvement of Britain's trade with South America is
the principal aim f the visit Lord Reading. Parliamentary
Under-Secretary for Foreign AfTairs is to make to Argen-
tina, Chile. Brazil. Uruguay and Peru next month
L-ortt Rending tiles ii> Rio Dt ----------------------------------------------
New Castries I
Approaching
Completion
HIS HONOUR F Degnzon. Act-|
Ing Administrator of St. Lucuii
who arrived here during the week
to K W I A (old the Advocate
yeaterda] that iIh> new town or
1 was approaching com-
pl'tlon and would bo a monument
to the advantages of town plan-
ning In Um llntish Caribbean.
He said lhat the Saagatariat. the
law courts and the Legislative
Council Chamber would be oc-
cupying ihelr new buildlngH In the
ile'.S Veal
The Cioviiiini' ni houilnii
Cht rm has iieen completed and
eluding aborning
units ami the n wStor borM
m Id in operation.
Ttie new lire station is also in
[,-.
With regard to industrialisation.
Mi DtflUOn said that proposals
wen- under active consideration
for the generation of thermal
"norgy from volcanic fumeroles
re and added that their
'iii i toadl (-'instruction pro-
gramme was under way.
'The report of the team of ex-
oerts In connection with the
"ron^mir development of the
DOW lieinii considered
preparatory to i's baini nut i"'o
nut the reoort of the
Commiion of Fnoulry into the
nugar strikes in March this v....
has been submitted to Government
and is receiving consideration."
Mr. E. M\ Shilsto-ie
On Month's Leave
Janeiro on (hi .
torn on November if. Hi
accompanied by his Prtvafa S.*<-
reUiry. Mr. I', V. (Paddv> Oregan
and by Mr. H. A. Barclav Assist-
wnt Under-Secrcuiry
An official source here said the
three days which Lord Reading U
1o spend in each of five capitals
would not permit him to have de-
tailed negotiations on
political problems concerning
Britain. He would not enter into
discussion on Argentina's claim
Of sovereignty over the Falkland*
or her nccnt exchani
Uruguay over transit faciliti-s
granted to the British, on their
wav to the Falkland*.
"Lord Reading's visit is a good-
will mission". It Is the tlrst of
its kind undertaken by a British
mission since tt*i war
In a statement to Press corres-
pondents here today Lord Reading
said: "South America Is a conti-
nent which I had alWM
to visit but I had rathai given
up hope of doing so. I am more
than glad that I have now been
given an opportunity especially
in this manner. "I vcrv much
appreciate the warmth with which
the Governments accented the
suggestion that I should go. My
only regret is that the visit is to
DC 111 '"I In time bv ettMr tn-
gagements."V.P.
{ St. Peter's Vestry
\ Coronation Com.
1 The St Peter Vestry at their
meeting on Thursday afternoon
XppolnU-d the entire Vestry a
oronal on Committee with pow-
%s to co-opt other persons m tho
parish
V'The members are Kcv A .1
-ten (Chairman), Mr.
renwaea1
f.'io Casualties
In Typhoon
SAIOON. Indo China. Oct. 31.
A typhoon U.i battered th*
central coastal region or Indo-
china was reported to have
killed or Injured 160 person*
in Hue and Touraae the two
largest towns In Central Indo
China.
Hue, the capital or Ue state
of Annan. Is said to be deep
under water after Perfume
River spilled over tne banks.
One hundred victims of the
storm were reported. Fifty
vicUms were reported at
Tourane. 00 miles -outli of
Hoe (OP)
$8,700 for Sanltatio
Slalement of
Expen-
ending
.mount -
lief and
Shi lit oik . Queen a
Commissioner of
present on one
Mr. E. M.
Solicitor and
Probates is i
month'! leave,
Mr. L. E. R. Gill of the firm of
Messis. Coltle Catford & Co.
Solicitors i'. noting ft)
Solicitor and Commissioner of
Pl
GIs CAST VOTES ON TRIANGLE HILL
Egypt Sees
Necessity
OfM.KD.O.
WASHINGTON, Oct. 31
Hr liable diplomatic quarter:
said on Friday that Egypt Is con-
vinced of the necessity
Middle East Defence Orga
tion
But while declaring that the
Egyptian government believes
Egypt wa*ild l>e the logical 1.
tion for headquarters of such an
organization, these sources
stressed it would be a long time
before any multi-national armed
force could be quartered there.
They also stressed whether
M.K.i) o plans succeed or not,
Egypt intends to strengthen her
own armed forces. The sources
Mad simc the presence of
Communists the Sue/ Canal
Zone has been a tore
point to Egypt. If M K Do be-
comes a reality and has Egypt as
its base it will necessarily be
limited to a small coordinating
group of officers from the various
oun tries concerned.
They said that Egyptian
public opinion would reject tho
presence in Egypt of foreign
parrisons even though Egypt u-
iell mi.hi ae- the leading role
in Qm direction of such troops.
_^____________-CP.
French Ready
For New Drive
HANOI. Oct. 31.
Mutlrnked French Union sol-
diers slogged through ankle deep
mire Friday working feverishly to
ferry i supply of trucks and
'heavy guns across the Black
River for a new drive northward
into the Communist conquered
Rod River Valley.
rain for two days
'urned the precarious bridge-
iead near where the Hla.k River
lows Into the Red River into -.
uogmire where grunting bull-
pushed trucks onto narrow
Russia Reinforcing
Defences In Baltic
By K. C. THALKK
uONtW IN lk-' 31
INTELLIGENCE reuorts Mscfoaed litre thai Russia
ig hastily reinforcing hr lre j powwrfnl ctofences in the
Baltic and is tighten ini; extern j -asuren alonn
1,000 miles of coastline bet wee? the CJulf of Finland and
East German borders.
Strategic considerations nf behind thi* new drive bui
.ill it appears designed L> protect from foreign ob-
servation research and testing gftes o| guided inisailts said
to be going up all along the Ba!:ii- cnaits
- The drive is lu'llcved to ha
been partly promptest by the
tteent NATO 'Maini
and aii manoeuvres Wbli
the West's defence
lround the Dnltic urea of opera-
tions Phe new drive is said to
Includi plans for strengthening
of the wide net of radi
Ifctlon- of nir and
bases and of the so-called
Russian "Gibraltar'' rormad i<>
the two Estonian island' of Dago
and Oesel off the Gulf of Riga
A considerate Y part of the
Soviet submarine fleet is Knowi
to h,- cone.'Titrated in the Balti'
In addition to shipyards special-
izing in the continued supply of
- waie variety of naval vessels.
Beoent orders for the evacuation
* the local population in former
German and Polish territory
wadsmng on the U*ltlc are also
CHI Of the new security drive
lid of the policy to free the
nec.ied sites for rocket Ibises.
an sensitiveness owi
e*i opments In tho Baltic have
pee' in evidence for aoma tlni.
pas' um shooting down
Stair, navy plane and of b
P A planes and Interferer ,
With Scandinavian Hshin
hav. shown the .cope of lovi i|
*ont: .1 and the ruthless deter-
mina:ion to make it an exclusive
Ru lake.
~^^^_ r
Japan To Open
Tariff Talks
afts that
. :... !iie
would
veiling stream.
South Koreans
Overrun By
Red Attack
SEOl'L. Oct. 31
South Koreans refusing orders
to retreat battled bloodily with
Chinese Communists atop Tri-
angle Hill today m sawige
seesaw nghllng for the strategl
central front peak. Pgggsssgfn i
'he height north of Kumswa stil
was in doubt after 18 hours.
ROKS determined to win oi
nie 'met the Chinese in Here
hand to hand duels with fist'
and bayonets and with ham
grenades. United Press eorren-
pondent Victor Kendriek .said
that about 3.000 Red troops over
ran more than 500 ROK hoop
at 2.00 a.m today and captured
the peak.
South Korean riflemen later
retook the positions but then had
to give it Up lo another vicious
Red assault al 10.00 ajn. Major
Robert Gator. United State*
adviser to ROKS told Kendriek
that of the three ROK units
engaged in the Initial Red assault
two were "completely gone" and
I third reduced to 18 men.
^-^^^ IP
Rioters Deny
tiommunism
SYDNEY. Oct. 3J.
Italian migrants indignantly de-
nied that yesterday's riots were
Commuatol inspired and a spokes-
man said "wr are not Fasciat, not
Socialist, not Communist We
have nothing to do with any
party. We are here to work,
nothing else."
He added that the soto ressun
for their stand was a clause in
their contract with the Australian
Government which they claimed
nt that government contractod
to give them work and it had
broken the contract. He said
they will not demonstrate again
until they get a reply from the
Immigration Minister to their de-
mand for jobs.
The Italian Mlni-ter. Dr. Dvneo.
WSVer. Mid that although the
igrants had no set political be-
GIOKGI MIDOIITON (IIFT), British Charge d'Affalre* In Iran, shake-
hands with Iranian Foreign Minister D. H. Faieml, In Teheran, as he
call* to ggy goodbye after severance of diplomatic relations between
the iwo countries. U. & State Department spokesman Michael McDer-
mott, expressing "regret" at Iran's action, declared: "We think It does
not contribute to the solution of the problem.'' fInternetionafl
New Q.C's Welcomed
To The Inner Bar
Mi. I,
rdihip Hi,- chM Judge Sir Allan Colhri
nil brother Judgt Ml JuMICI .1 W It Ch.iirrv vislcrdav
wmgratululnl Hon. C. Wvli. All..in,v Oanaral ami Mr.
< II Adam t'oi to* honour of Qucan'a Counaal which ha
raonlh bora eonfemd upon tham and antleomad ihon-
In the Inner Bar.
TOKYO, Oct. 31.
1 mtd HO Friday tint
pri>pBriiiic to open tflriff
ll Went Oermiiny PaaM-
* dozen other couatrtM
*;ittln for th- norou
application tor
carry thcmiliefa they could have been Im'lted
, I-oy.rl Frencli and Vielnnii.
forces m a surpri.se attach twej
'naainat llaht opposlt on before
'the rain set In.
___________ IP.
Delegation
Arrives
by Australian Communist
Melbourne report also said that
security police have evidence thai
the riot was Communist inspired
and ihe fedeial government were
expected to discus* the police re-
pori on the ineidrn' t'.P.
mm A RATION BOX for a desk, three members of the 32nd Regiment,
7th infantry Division, take advantage of lull in the flghllno on
Korea's Triangle Hill to mark their absentee ballots. The trio just nude
the deadline for the coming Presidential election. They are (I. to r )
I-t. Joe Moody, of Dyersburg, Tenn.; U. Dan McKelvey, of East
Rochester. I*a., and Sgt. Marcus Nixon. Edenton. N. C. ffnfemotional)
Gov. Stevenson Directs
Release Of Hostages
ILLINOIS, Oct SI
All seven of Menard .Stale Prison guards held as hos-
tages since Monday were released safely today Hfler police
rushed the building under the personal direction ol
Illinois Governor Adlai E. Stevenson.
Between 100 and 200 troops, mos- of them armed with *l
i lot guns, entered the building. At least two shots, appar-
ently gas cartridges were fired within the building
mi apparently did not
enter the cell house but directed
the operation from the yard out-
side. Michael K. Se.frit. Director
* Public Safety, told hungry
The delegation from St. Lucia
comprising His Honour the
'Acting Administrator Mr. F. De-
|f*S9B, O.B.E.. Hon'ble M.
Sallcs-Miquelle. Mr. Andre Du-
|Houla> and Mr. H. Garn-I
Gordon, CB.E., arnved in Bar-
ado- duillii; Ihe week i)V
I'WIA. and had dlrulon.
with Professor C. G. Ueasley,
1 A.lui: ',, ihr f'...ne-
"oller for Development and Wol-
fare> on problems arising out of
the Oils and Fats Agreement.
I The talki wtttoh were Informal,
ended yesterday afternoon at
Hi Uagi Hou't; after a two-doy
tessioii.
Mr. Gordon expects to return
Tome this morning while the
other members of the delegation
tie slaying on until Wednesday
ire guests a
Gem Smugglers
Arrested
LA PLATA, Argentina, Oct. 31.
'Police had under arrest sev-
ral suspects in a ciackdown on
what authoiiltos described a>
perhaps the worlds largest black
market operator's In gems.
Police said the gang which bad
established headquarters In Ar-
gentina from where it channelled
stones Illegally to other count. u->
had enough precious stones "to
pave a street 40 feet long and
100 wide."
The underground group Was
uncovered last week when poll.
ware Investigating narcotli >
groups according to report.
Police said those arrested were
enly the "Instruments'' of powei -
ful operators. Investigators be-
lieved the gang also included
underground dealer* who oper-
itd out of Antwerp before
World War II. The group's asset*
Marine were estimated at (09,000.000.
U.F.
It Was
Japan is
1. Iks W,
tan and
without
approval
ii'inb-i.-hip in the general
men! on tartn and bradt
TJm report received by the
h'reign Offlce fioin its cOMUIal
Cen. rva said (ATT Council
- K'Vei ; ,,, movf
The bilnleial la riff agreement
lvIU not go into effect however
Hill Japan is assured of G.AT.I
nembei"hip. rsllabto aourcsg hen-
laaf*
u.p.
Uuh KeciHIliii"
Mjiner To P.G*ee
NEW YOKK. Oct. 91.
some 800 distinguishisl guegtl
who paid fiiai a plan- Thursday
night heard an Impassioned ap-
peal for an Increased migration
quota for Italy which is -bursting
< HM MBmi with mnnpower ami
becoming a danger to
well as an invitation t.i OomRrll
nlsm."
The dinne, at New York's
Commodore Hotel wa*
by Um American COfl
Italian immigration.V-P.
Neaii. bji I),,, practising bar*
listen, be I as uC th<
i
nsny mu iton mm pi
! oi Ion Aftet Um Chtol
mod mi v.
Mr. Adams to thi
I hip.
Mi At-
lornej and Hi Uams, rout ap
the rani
I wan rot snud
ad to ihe proper
time ago and now new* has been
reoi ivsd thai your requ
ntod
'i"1 bmwI ( ' inj.....
occasion In the ann,d.~ of tld-
' I.....i i- iusi M> fail as I am
aware tin hoOOW !i.. net Bl "n
oaofamd on two eminent coun-
k'l at me sain linn*
"In recognition of youi atonl
Bar of thu I i
Mi Attorney being it.- I
. \
In the various Court,. f ailf
Island for 2B years, and In view
of your legal altainm.r fa Hfl
Mnjestv 1^ pleased to dire. I ..;i
Ub I-- appointed la i>e id.
Matesly'i Couni I foi U
"We of I ngratulato
vou for the honours confi rre.i im!
tvaleon i r Bai
i y v
1 \ i ittot nei fleneral
- M ( larke ijr w H
oc seh. |t OeneraL i R 1
D it L Ward I w
| M
t l a. win
*mith. C I Mi,e M E
ourne Al latent 1 draught-;-
man. Ml* M \ Reeee, and th-^
fhllowlni Bolldtora M
| | i i p i,
i) v Rm i I w I
0 II i *rm-trot>g. W 'i 0
iH !''' in Roc.
V
St Luey BmU
I (Hid
*MT PRKV AOR
L. A William.
TOTAL
tlttft 72
Hi IKi
H79
Jamaica
Wants Self
Government
KINGSTON -) in

in a hurry. A pecial com-
^B the
entativ
A.
Rustamante, N.
-
elded thai the colony shnukl be
e|f-govi
i I. Commonwealth by 1954 'and
rable to the Secretary of
Dalies demand-
ing that limited constitutional
hang's already decided on
' - U i In Janu-
cobli
IV
The

'. ,r
h.
.i.lvised the Colonial
the move to . wa already agreed
mce nnd ao far

unplen
i that the*:e
-
Ey of eight
Exeeutlva Council with respansi-
I ministries and the
i ni'tid that these bo
I "iiiai v I neAt
t -CP.
fortune Teller
frmliets Vie lory
for Republicans
More Arnests
In Kenya
NAIROBI. Kenya. Oct 91.
Army rule companies and uol-
221 "a,re African* on
Jii.l... .,, new sweep. o*rgI
tnlMi lescrves in an all out ef-
l-i agalnsl Man Man ,ecret aocl-
h war lo death with the white
I ..inb out of
t hiding pit.......t Kan Mau
WOl ^i>veinment's
its. to stamp
nil t. rroi vtiicfa have
rougM death to fifty
Eurapaana and loyal Africans.
in MO Kikuyu tribes-
Iggad up in
military and police
ou .. the foi-esta. The
ml was made on Thurs-
day when ai least noo KJkuyus
..ted by nlle companies.
All but 100 of these were latar
rclcased after (luettloning1 At the
' i the Mau Mau
siruek again al Kagumo In Nyrei
district and an African who had
I lone* against the socl-
i. und brutally murdered.
UP.
t All." Ocl
Egjplum fuituue balUi

"in next ruaad I
alaettoo by a "tiny najaaitj
TIM loity-emh1-\e.1i-..ld | a i
1
hewei would go to K>
a lime
I il woiil.l nut .
[0 adddionally lore ,v. thai
General Douglas M ieAi Uhu bt
ing i.tinned to
"in illation and ]
aveatuaj death Ilka' *
Lincoln
i lm.nl iwl U fa Bsnoni ini
Pearl Harbour, BrIU
VI g p.m on Monday. 3rd No-
. rid inn..- MlnlsMl ,....... Hll Kv Ileney will
pursfuU'l return to ()r, ,Ke ln the peopla
power m last vi( Bi en- >.t BarbadOl ovet tho H''diffusion
l V
ILE. To Hroftttcast
On Monday
Inclination has l>een received
l the S S. "Oranjestad." In
ii i h Hi- Bxei llencv Ihe Gov-
ernor and t*dy Savage will travel
lo t i Unilod Kingdom, Is due to
arrive In Barbados- on the morn-
Mi; of Tuesday, 4th November.
i Itoncy mu\ [juiy Sav-
il ;.. ; .,.
d 10 a.m. and leave
tor Um ihip about m.90 a.m.
At 8 p.m
ARTIES HEADLINE
ft*
-Aj AMlee would lay
Ss B**an'Ditband <
In '!!'
Grenada Cots
$1.10.000 Grant
QRftNADA I
the Secretary of Btab
; $l.^il(iuii
tin Bgrh Liltural davi fa |
m auofl and land
seith ii,.ni cov< ring ..
i" '.. Will involv.
n oi MW.000 for Ihe
PUi opmcnl of land
919.000 on aoll con
' "
age improvemriii
starling Th. pQNlutM
..ere Dumfnea Batah a U
l i "" .1 ........tion and
Other buildings la contemplated
for purposes of the scheme
Tin aSQMBdtturs Ol 910.300 from
i id C l>W. Allo-
cation as capital contribution to-
wards the establishment ,,f an
Eastern Caribbean Farm Institute
In Trinidad was approved by tb<
Fin.ni. < Couni d'ee m i.mO.i'
Th. ( ..mmltler- also agreed that
Grenada should undertake to lill
'. permanently at the In-
atltute's classes and noting the
possibility of the acceptance of
muru candidates, also expressed
the hope that private proprietors
would take advantage of the
training facilities offered.
Yugoslavia Gets
Note On Trieste
Criticism On S. Korea Army Refuted
Ml & C II lUliTnv IU H a> .1 .. *
WASHINGTON. Oct. 91.
ROME, Oct. 91.
The Foreign Offlce said it had
proposed lo Yugoslavia that the
controversy arising over Yugoslav
measures in zone B of Trieste Free
State be presented before the in-
ternational Court at the Hague.
Th' announcement specined |
that the step did not concern a
"definite solution" of the Trieste
Pre State problem but only tho
present situation in Zone ,'H" A
spokesman said the note was "one
of the longest and most
Italv eve-- submitted to a foreign
power.V.P.
"ri ,W'^neMlily ni,,hl by 5l**nnow'M" D,ted imTi^.. i .1, if D"* De- The Republican Presidential Uon'a programme in Korea, the' States v. 1th substantial
ITZZ"lhal:mtV' ;rrr.r,K^^Uni^'hi;OTl,^re,,d eX",M"' 'lo(" V"n V*"** DPrtm.l answered .numbers supported b, Ihe Rs-
to negotiate ....os the i-hle we fJ2rSl a2S? p*1"10*** "* wtter In a totevl c^Ui Army emmander'a publ..
going into the rl-lls with thai the S-,uth Korean army gramme to back up his repeated complaint* by issuing a atatement I Meanwhile high department
armed with guns and *i oe increased subeuinttally claims that Korean troop* could claiming it has "pmh vlgorou ,
.ry Mms near t\Xtm* be trained more rapidly to M- an eKpande.1 training ,.,
, ll - u, li,teH ZESTS ,.den,ed ,PUb- place United States troops in gramme3 of Kom b. to Mood fell Into Elsenhower's
Presidency last ft- Van nee- would be relieved In his letter addre^ed lo M..J T] H|d "General bt July for hnaoital In
night to take personal command commander of the United General Orlando C Mood, former Clark ha, also submitted a long- issenbed he
of the operations was grim-faced States Eighth A.mv ,n Korea ag [chlef-of-Staff cf th. Eighth or range programme for further dent,...
are

with whatever f<
restore o
Stevenson whi
campaign for
but -ool after
many hours of result of his apparent support I Army, Van Heet -aid there were expansion of ihe Korean army
Eisenhower's criu-|"a goodly nun ajth which la under Intensive study by
Korean troops "In the pipe line", the Department of Defence.
Bui added 1 have done this on The defence statement said It
my own responsibility with very has built a South Ken
little encouragement and never (from I lofcg of about 30,000 men
any approval for any increases' at the outbreak of the .
While denying thai Van Fleet : well trained, weU
would be disciplined for his Im- well led I ; 400.000
official-. Dr S. S. Marshall, p.-.son elsm of the South Korean train-
aid the guards "are all ing programme.
right. TIM) are jusl emotionally! President Trumnn also official-
upset". He said no violence 'has ty denied from his campaign
been used and convicts released .train that Van Fleet would be
guards "after lots of talk". removed as a result of a letter
U.P. [by Van Fleet made public on
letter as
personal "communi-
cation from Van fleet" and said
he had "no Idas'* bow

headquarters aald on v.
night that a tengl
the letter was given '

Fleet who Is in the Unlti
-IP
ke ciaaAe/ce tt/i nte


PACE TWO
BARBADOS \liMKJATK
. \lli;l'\i now Hum I. im
Ccuiib galling
T PORTRAIT OF ELIZABETH II BY THE WAY
THE Hop It. N Tut-
itial Secretary wm among
idos Aquatic- Qufc on
night for th<
.md Brit-
ish Guiana who with Barbados

lenc Cup i' thr Oovfrnmrnt
Rang*,
N> m ".. ng al MayviUe
Gunt Huum i* Ml
Gun Rn) ot Bn<
i be remain uu.
jnollHT two weckl.
hi Kaj who i
to the Chief Justice i
enjoying the wonder fi.-
of Barbados and iti sea bathing
and is glad that she H in tin*
for the tea egg season oi which
he had heard so much.
This u her Aral visit to the
CJrtV Club Fair
Ynoon Mm
Betl> Aim.
Omcer. opened the S.i
B.iy Sit 11 i Mourns.
The work on displ.iv mm
marked at icasunable pi
was of a high standard The girl*
owe dr- lo Mrs.
Sumcr NighteugaU-.
the high
standard of work prod
Short VUm
MK B1 I

Gui.im.1 M I
".is been maKing a tour
of some i>( the inland

... fiw returning '"
Ttimdad.
Frmm B.C.
RE\ ANT) M. C F WIL-
LIAMS arc now in Harba-
thiee-mon"
visit and arr gueff* ,,1 Nurse E
Pn
ROV. William., a
Hrmtiimif. For RianVf
Mlt II. V. H I
Judge Of f

l
*'.W Unrib yMeed
(f au match hen-

He aaUd '
M mflkn*
i* the ad
known the utand verv well
tare renrm* froai the mm>
three years a#o afier an
7 -ears. Juris-- Wf Ha had r-
at the Bar
i Winn
Among the many articles which
the girls made wne. tufted WOOl
work, embioidery, applique, ta-
ble mats, pot holders, and table
cloths. Other item* <>f handi-
work taught thetii by Mrs. Night.
engiile were dolls. aiilftV
era and slippers
There
from the publi'
congratulation to Uu Warden
and girls who are striving bard
to maintain the urn and nb|ec1
of the Club.
SMmri IMUay
Arhiving In Oh liland from
Vencrurln during
on a short holtoau are Mr. and
Mrs. C. Lecunn They are guests
m Hotel
Cndringaan Cetfcaae. fc
now a Priest in BhpHm.o
flliiaajg
AT///. Trtim- B'tmrrt
Tfttfl Trinidad and Bnt-
aah Guiana Rifle Teem*
iprted with Barbados
in. Triangle Sham taj the Ar
ii it Challenge Cup returned horn.
vrsterde.> i B W.I.A Mem-
it.fti Astnctstbsn
i i*irt to see them
"P
The British Guiana team left
din nig the morning and were seen
141 J Mr T A 1. Roberts. Mr
K S v, i .,i OMvei
4 Rediffuslon Ltd.
The Trinidad team left in the
..tul were seen off by
I I etngfh Major A S. War-
ut.. rnpt. C. R. Warner. Lt E R
(hldrrt nnd Mr M A TV Ver-
Camr In From Fn/rlaml
MBS. ANNIE BAUNAHli u|
st Uu
passengers arriving bri
It nd \ .' Trinidn.i by B.O.A <
H\V I A. on TluiiMi.i.
Twin Girl*
CNl KATIMJaTIONS U. Mi
and 111 li
on the birth of twin cUuajhlen
..'Inch reeentl> 10 >k
Road
-nctMM
IflfM
Brought So,, To Sckomi
MB. and Mr- I.oldie were
recent arrtvab by B.W.I A
from Tnnieaul

be put to acatsul ui Bh L*b
arc remainm*;
w.rk as gajeeU at Uw Haatingx
Mr GnMte la a company dlrec-
n i in Trinidad
Trinidmit Hwhunl
MR f HAHI-ES MC RBO,
a merebi.ii' of Trinidad who
nas been visiting some of the
inland* In the Caribbean area on
, business visit, arrive*! her. <>"
Wednaadav 1> BW.l A from Bt.
l Me was accompanied bv
Mr. Mc Kenzic and flh*
hen- foi ; *
t Ha-1ing Hotel.
Ulitinw Franctti*0 Wtx'tinjt
MBl.BEKS -nd tgtMtm of the
Alliance FraOcaise are re-
minded that the meeting whuh
' m pi....... Thuradav
,i 6. bus been |
nj
latei.
Fur '/'' Wmmt
MISS Ki.i.KMi: PIT*
laaMd "
h Treasury in Ai imi
Hi. |l-^-llK^l^ -urivi | i
I1WIA.. from Trinidad on Mon<
Bm Uuag weeks" holiday. She

NOTtO AMf tICAN FAIMTn Douglas Ch-mdor U llitajiif In London be-
side his portrait of yuom EiisabeUi II. Uie llrst aarvxt far whl
has posed since bar bcca ^ioo, TBie work was coanatCMhaned by Mrs.
KraokUn D. Roosevelt and will q> p.cm.led to the nrh.-b Embassy in
Washington as a gesture of American friendship. (r>irernafKmal>
Rupert and the Butterflies-3
By CHARLES MID
SALMON ("Sol") 1IUROK
paces his suite at the Savoy wait-
ing for calls and cables from
Milan, Copenhagen. Parts, Brus-
sels In all these cities, as well as
In London, he Is booking or plan-
ning American tours for hand-
picked singers, dancers, fiddlers,
pianists, complete opera com-
panies, entire ballet troupes.
He has been doing this sort of
thing with some profit foi 40 years
Since the late 'twenties his gross
box office takings have risen, he
says, from 720.000 to 1.800.000
a year.
He has three or four hundred
artists on contrnc! either as in-
dividuals or in groups. His foul
topliners nlonc Marian Anderson
the coloured contralto, Artur
Rubinstein, the pianist, Jan Peerce.
tenor, and Patrice Muiiscl. soprano
- -betwcin them brine in nearly
200,000 a season.
Black Patches
When Hurok landed In New
York as a IS-year-old from the
"Jkrnlne with his goo&efenlhet
pillow under his arm. he had three
roubles in his pocket. The money-
changer gave him a dollar and a
half for them
Ten years later he was offering
Tetrazzini. Ysaye and Schumann-
lleink. among other musunl arnin-
ences, to popular Sunday night
crowds in the immense Hlppo-
drome auditorium. Sixth Avenue.
Since then there have been two
black petotMO. In 1921 and ISM,
when he toured Russian and Hal-
Ian opera comiienit-s in adverse
circumstances, thousands enthusi-
astically stayed away. On these
two ventures he dropped 350.mm
dollars. "But I didn't WOT] l
went on being happy and tolly.*'
This I can well believe Humk
has on exceptmii.il talent foi
tranquillity. His pink, ccnatorial
profile U as 'month as a tuuehed-
Up photograph M wrinkle u
care.
(juickl) lenivernig from
brief bout of insolvency, he re-
stablished himself as The Man
Who Makes Culture Pay.
Hurok pauaaj occasionally and
bites off a bit of Culture tv htm-
self. He tends tt> do this abaent-
mindedly
When flie dMMSes of the
Sadler's Wells ballet came back
from their last American tour
(another is now in negotiation
for 19531 Ihcy cooed with
abandon about Ihe mjn.'.'u^.
but marvellous, old paintings
tney had seen in uie Hurok
apartment. Central Park West.
I ask Hurok to tell me more
about his collection.
Wail, he says, some of the
paintings are Italian some
Kreiuh some Russian. No, he
i an't remember the painters'
namec. But one thing is sure
all of them classics.
B| the Atlantic last
June for the 43rd time In seven
years, he settled down for a long
read In his lower-deck berth
aboard a BOAC Monarch. De-
tective novels he spurn<, although
in baJaHSM they are good things
for in.iking you sleep His nor-
mal choice, he aoyi, ranges from
economics through politics to
'classics* In Russian. French and
English Again the classics are
unspecified.
Violin. Trumpet
About music he is bbOPI Ote>
ctaa. When I mention Rubin-
stein's playing of the Petroushkn
.n i upturns or Chaliapin' suit
nig uf IloiiK, his face lights up as
He tells me. or tries to tell me.
uf ull that Mozart, Verdi. Puccini.
Ra hsjd Strauss and
' have meant to him
Hurok plays the accordion and
balnlaika and plays them badly
A> a child lie went foi lessons
iii t mi the violin, then, as a last-
c!t.h measure, on the trumpet
H- was so useless at both that
l i i.lused to take his
money.
"Hut." says Hurok in his dis-
tlncUva English. I have an ear.
I -ill know always when there
i. a false note played. If 1 would
avg h ained to play an instru-
ment 1 -hould lie in bag position
working in Ihe pit of an
When at 70
ktUan a anafc. An impresario
ii ID nl li-.un what |l bad for
bin Hut once in a while back-
stage, if 1 sec a good violin I
"And tr\ pa piaj H""'
N ll enough to touch. It
I l |
WOULD COPYRIGHT
RESERVED
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By m:\an mmWBi
A HEED how
counter the difficulty of mol-
.. (Whom
God Preserve) of Ulfl

gM inoieeW | cnasr by a small
iiesting in the drutn. and rsoape*
by vant-holc oeer the darapkiK-
(aat. A sarles of oblique tubes in
Urn rod-huth set os dirTuscrt. A
rotatory valve made of quarntfta
tajglaatn pressure on the lunOUrg
i .iUK"'-flap *
l>*rtOVtl Iron a COafJ pi
an aabeslos pad lietwaen the -in,
waakers. Thu- -uction i ieiuee-i
*o a minimum by the action ot
bis nitei-pulvei
f:elle;il springs."
DEAR Str.
With reference to your
note about my new system of co-
ordination, some confusion may
bg Ian m the reader's mind by
the statement that the registm-
tlon of priorities will l-
i iory, with simultaneous dupli-
latlon What this means. In effect.
n-if I may put ii more simply
that where there ha* been mi
previous registration, only Ubosc
uiliilfHaxi BBaasti aii lote'ijoriscn
in the supplementary group selec-
I'on. as non-redundant, will l*
'cheduled as anticipatory, de-
uendent on the effect given to
any simull.'ineous duplication as
envisaged by the position at thi
moment 1 may mention that th<
application to Kmup-unlts of lb.
alphabetical set-up doe? not dls-
peniH- with the vertical filing
method worked out by Mr.
Trench
Your- faithfully.
C SUET
'Antiseptics
differ,
don't they?'
'Of course there arc differences: it could hardly
be otherwise. Certainly it is not mere chance
that Dcttol is used a- 1 recommended by almost
every doctor in Great Britain.*
'DETTOL'
ttk- safe *"ty ii
whenever infection ihroaicns in our own borne.
S. f.ARKAWAV CO.. Biidk, - '"
Kidney Trouble Causes
Backache. Getting Up Nights
If rou'rs fr.i
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SATURDAY. NOVEMBER 1. 1*5}
BABBADOS ADVOCATE
PAGE THBEB
Food Shortage In Dominica "Bfea> I
Grow More Food FAO Home Economist
Campaign Starts To Visit B. Guiana
November 4
the jotaa.
ft.
since
RdVMUM
(From Our Own Correspondenl) Ma, cisa Haglund. Home Kco- NutrtUon which
DOMINICA nomut on the >UB of the Foo.1 June-July under
THERE IS an acute shortage of food (including treah and Agriculture Organisation m sorship of FAO
meat) in Dominica; so grave, in fact, thai government is con- Ron*. w>" spend four weeks In been Com
sidering serious measures to correct it. Fiom puluit and Br',lsh Guiana, ai the request of visited v.
a***, nfwn.- ul- thit governmenl. It was an- purpoat o! advising on ,-voblemL
nounced to-day at Kent House. In her neld and ha" a headquarters of the Caribbean numerous groups. Among
Commission's Central Secretar- conferences and seminars in
iat. which she has participated *ore
win Hagswo
*> v, ...... 10 arrive ai
Maroaau* on s,usday, 4u
.j mov; at II i :.>i 10 le-vo]
Uarbedoa, on luw. .< overawes. ,
tUkia. BtlfeU) hu> u a Uay.
Class Frigate u( 2,*Uu tons. Her
L^i0|"h- in assjhsmem consists ul lour e-uicu.
Ton- ,um "' '*" "*"'" ur,cu' """
IM Cmb- -W ClO ui.f:
. i .i_ weapon... M. was launcaed
ou. tWrnoc,-, tor 2" !"""'. _'*" "' ^ ^1!
pamphlet and at every possible opponumiv
and small are urged to grow more lood.
planters big
Wa.u
W' itches
A committee .under the chair'
manship of t*h e Agricultural
Superintendent has been set up
and is looking into taw problem _
in Its short and long term aspects KrOftlll I llC*talA
His Honour the Administrator. Will sL^lOCttOC
who is being caused "grave con- a* W af>
cam" by this shortage, has prom- I If I JW;I j ,
lead that "the Cosnmittae n- J ** u '
port will receive earnest and
prompt support of Government."
Aberdeen and completed
IMA. In Octobei, 1MJ
,ho H.fclS MglMary Ba. joined the
British Faciuc Fleet, during her
service, with this Fleet she trans-
Miss Haglund ha. been on as- the Caribbean Area'Conference H0'*0*'*1 * h ranking.
-ignmen. m Jamaica for the past of the Y.W C A m Trinidad and feK*T I2T ^ W" lroro
two months. She arrived in the the Adult Education Seminar held *"" [""* Jj**-,,_,.. -.%
Caribbean area In June to work by the Extra Mural Department ,"*,**', ,?!,?** ,
U,. S-r-aria, pea,-*, n, the MMM. *e JK^* feWSE
Comfort and
Contentment
One last smile and then
sweet dreams' All the cares
and worries ol the day are over
now (jr Bab/ lost in a dellct-
otjs d-ow.ines..
And t'tat delightful Cow Gate
Baby Powder with it. 10ft
cares, and deliate odour!
" Re...iy. things aren't 10 bad
after all." light Baby. good
night, everybody good
night "
for the Conference
Home West Indies In Jamaica.
Mr. Cecil Smith Leaves
Panama To Reside In U.S.
tlte America and Weal Indies
squadron based on berrnuda. In
Uay. 1940. she returned to the
United Kingdom for the that
time since IMA. After reUtling
she rejoined] the America and
West Indies Squadron in Octo-
ber. I9!*0, returning to the Unites!
i .. *. .,1. Ki">.ion to Join the Home FW.i
immunity his faith in th- prln- tlelobeTi ,w, She was do-
ipta. of British tasrtSjqgStl m ^ n^
H .ve.1 In pushing forward T^ lm"**
viee* of the Infnnatlin "*!; I|P3' .
Station in Oi-tit>
for
LONDON.
A valuable contribution to the
With the aim of Improving the "mpeign against the moat destruc-
quality and quantity of local tive of Caribbean cacao dJaaaaea
slock a Government Stock Farm is made with the publication of a
is soon to be firmly established, booklet entitled "Witches Broom
Within the next two or three Disease of Cacao."' Deciding to take up permanent
.'.;:!.';r,h'riohr r3?XZ "hr *""**,h- " -* ?>. = mmb" fc.*^~%ur,;.:r,;;:';;;,^-u-j-' AD'"" *--.
11,1,11 ,or ,nr s,oc" '"" .suits of investigations carried out f the Adiwcaie Rep-u-tuiial Staff. lr,l whetliei Hi rough the press, on Ame.u.. and West Indies squafl-
Pt.nler, r. helntf Mientir.eed al ,htf 'mP"l*l Collcue with a and soil of Mr. L. E. Smith. Un- the radio, or with Mat*) agencUs. run H Ms BUburi Ba> suited
t nu?^n tardWfo? th^Lr!S ' ConHitution Hoed. port. In Canada, the XJMJi.,
!>"i.u -S^T!. -lv-.? "f. Colonial Development and Welfare was for several vaan connected As an outsUndmg Negr son Mealco, Veneiuela. Brasll, Uru-
Act with the Information section of .! th.- West Indie* he so dlatin- quay, Argentine, Falkland Island.
.. j hoped that the booklet will Ihe British Legation in Panama Ruished himself in the service of and the Antarctic as well as
enable agricultural officers oon- during which period he rendered Her Itillannic Mujisty's Govern- practically all the West Indian
cerned with the growing of cocoa distinguished service to tin W, ; n.mt us to have .pedal hcaiours. Islands, She provided relief to the
to recognise the disease and take Indian community In the Reput- Tbe-e honours he always shared island of Jamaica after ihe hum*
remedial action should it reach lie. with his Isthmian compatriots by ,ane in August. 1MI.
reas under their control. It was In a tribute In the Panama giving lo them freely of this talent HJJ.S. aUafewy Bay is at pres-
ntten at ihe suggestion of the Tribune. Mr. George W Wester- and leadership. rnt commanded by Comm.u.dor
Coco. Research Sub-CommiUee of man wrote: mi _^_ -,.._ A. W. F. Suttoii, D.S.C-* UN.
^^7=^^^^^;: as aj.-* ^ ***, ^SSX3t Zmmmtt *# *"*
Mtrv Resenn-h i* on* "f those rare men for whom afford to lose any al the few really U.S.I.., N.n.
no adjective seems to give an distinctive positions in which Its Commander Sutton entered the
First discovered in 1893. Witch- adequate measure of his Intel- members serve. Theae positions Hovel Navy oy Special Entry
rs Broom disease is so far un- lectual and moral stature. Public simulate self-respect in ourselves ivgu, and llrsl went to see
known In other cocoa-producing spirited, genial, scholarly and and inspire our youngsters with INI. Aa a junioi office
colonial territories outside the forthright in the expression of his
Caribbean areas. Every effort U views. It can be truthfully said t
being made to prevent its spread him that the so-called Isthmian
to the important cocoa-growing coloured community has been
areas In West Africa, the Feder- greatly enriched because of his
ation of Malaya. Zanzibar and the having come and sojourned among
British Solomon Islands Protec- m.
torate.
---------- Except foi a break of several
months, this British West Indian
Witches broom disease Is at N#gT0 wag mUl tht% year con.
cattle They are given
tlon on how best to prepai
and look after these cattle.
Already the Department hat
couple of Holsteln Bulls which
are being used for breeding pur-
poses. There are also stud stal-
lions, boars and goats.
SEA AND AIR
TRAFFIC
In Carlisle Bay
COW t GATE]
%fo Cil<^
FOR COMFORT t, CONTENTMENT *
Wondarful Counm,., Mjtv
tan1 Caroline rranc*.
td> StHKUa-t
fttolor "
Itnbrrt.
AHn'AU
the hope that there is a democracy, served In the Home Fleet,
These position* furnish evidence indies and Mediterranean until
that ability, integrity and achol- 11**7 He specialised in flying M
aiship will continue to win new .,11 ouservvi m 1M7, and served
opportunities for people of Use , itgS-M In H.MS. UlwMm.
minority groups. In view of these \t ui* and of IMS he was tian,-
Mi Smith from the BrlUsh Legs- was a varded the DAC. for hia part
Uon was keenly to be rasjsctied. tn m. Fleet Air Arm attack
, _. Taran
In the pnst. the clarity of Mr. ,wk.
Ha
S S Canadian Con.tr.irtor, XS3
f*s QU.-tar ungvT Captain
." ' i . 1 ...
present confined to the Western unuously attached to the Infor- fim,ths mTnd'and lua honealy of '
hemisphere. It has-been an agent matlon Depanment of the British Curnose led to decisions of wisdom
to a varv na degree, in the very ..,^.. :,.,....... ,u, ..-.. *-^ purpose i-xi w u_______
an to 1 varying degree. In the very j^^tion during ...
decline of cacao produe- m Throuihoul th,B p,,.,^ he
tlon In Ecuador and Trlnldnd.
extinction In Suri
urposa lad to decisions 01 wiener., .aj.
r the security of his group and ^ff,
..-> -a .i... "-------------------- Iat **a n
B*maa Conaunard Demerarn. The dfc
Seatcell
Ar.ifv- n
O'Connor. A aWly,'' J. 'aakil,'
M.l-rhun. a Cummin(. (1 W-t'lnn
UI Clark*. C La-va*. 1 Uvuni
f SVaam Brlllak UabMta.
' atr and Mr> n Sladitiarr>. William
D'ATKlradr. A mall* D'Aaular. Juhn
O'Am.i. Mauraan P'Aaular. Vvon
PAiJat. Mkharl D'Afular. Barba.a
tVAa.i:ar. tan D'AsviUi. JmnKri
D'Afular. Andrvar D'A||uinr. TirrtoUiy
Olann. R*> Johnaon. Aim Johnaun,
Dorothy Tartar. Helen rarrai. William
Parrar. Slapnpn Gial*.i<-k J.">a Coalaa,
Ttramaa llllnr. Bllubrlh Milne. Ann
Milne. Helen Milne. Colin Moore.
Shell. Moore
agpABTt'BSS
far THh-..
osTroaaji M ish
D Ualillhl. B areenadae. B U'Mnlda*.
I. Orecnieee. I Clarke. W. Wriatka>.
T. Cotnllllae. L Callender. D CalUaasi.
O Wat In- D Wallers. K (icjrd.m. H
BMi-ibii"". St Newton. D llit-1. K
Pterre O Barn*. D Bafna
OCTOBXH SI. ISM
p n........ W Ugeon. N D'lvrr,
P Manlv. A Sulton. A While. P Haag.
D. 81 AiabTn. S Ngul-a-Houna. W
Otasssnas
ved to he indigenous to parts
of the Amazon Valley, and
thought to h.
nnd by human agMiry down the
Amnron and Orinoco Blver east-
wards and northwards, anrl arroas
the Andean chain westwards. The
essaaa ->f th- rtlseise l a fungus.
Invisihle to the naked eye.
noort of microscopic Ihrenne
which wind fhelr wnv amongst
th* cells of Ihe plant.I.WA.
beasi
1 man i
servea.1
Kvlth
the good of the Government
earned the respect of all circle* whoee employment he served.
_^ here and built on that popularity v,.qu|d have U-en highly satisfy!
solid work for both his Govern- 1( one who helped to develop et_
ment and community. Now he has confidence in this group, inspired *" !
, left theae shores bound for tho a ,.-w loyally to the democratic "***'
pread naturally United StalfJ whe hr exptc )nstUull(my lirld opened up bright- ',ndiT,1
stablish permanent residence. ., vistas of hope from which an "
under-privileged people could
Leading Figure diaw a greater measure of
fort and encouragement, had been
1*40.
mentioned in despatches
uparationa whilst In that
H MS lUeaiiUaa h...i
it out of action by Oet-
k*a bombers in 1M1 he
is Naval Ualaon Officer
H.A.F in Grfhscc. the
it, and Palestine
>'Jordan at various timei
Ha wa< awarded a bar
:>S.C. for gallantry In
turtng the German In-
f that Island
Vegetable Vendors
Do Good Business
to hi
CaajM
vaslon
At this time we feel constrained given lha opportunity to continue Commander Button was SUIT
o gfjDBsjajag publicly our regrel his noble work without inter- Ornce* (Air Operations) to the
over the economic 'circumstances ruption. Admiral conducting the lun.tun:
which Iiave made II neieaeaiy to at Algiers during the allied o.--
diKcontlnue the British Informa- Manly Attltltslea cupatlon of North Africa in
tion Department of which Mr. November. 1941: Lieutenant-
Smilh had been a leading figure ,], Smith was recognized as Commander in charge of opera-
tor several years. It itimulated a ^ing capable of wise .oval. '" I" the escort carrier H.M.S.
general Interest among Ihe Eng- rimrageous and manly attltudee Ravagep In the Atlantic In 1W3
lUh-speaking population of this upon ,nP aMgejUoni of keen inter- and Oommander In charge of
oounlry and proved a focal point w, ,Q nll employers and his race, operations In the Fleet Carrlei.
for the dissem nation of valuable We are cunfldent that the British If.MS. ssnadacaalr for all her w.
Yesterday city hawkers said ^"H^'0"/^}^ ?J?sa25! Government and our community service (1M4-45.
that they did soni good business r.^, ^KfPJC n,'. ^ "^ ''' PrUcula.. would have been Since the war O-mm-nder Sut-
celling green vegetables. Many of Commonwealth of Nations in a wen re^fd,*, by nli rcUinUon in m nas twice wvel In the Naval
them had guile a number of limes community where there ha, been ,he !. of Ih. Lagatlon. His Si iff Admiralty, and was Deputy
hut these were not sold as expect- * dangerous eclipse of proper un- inn Xo tne islhmus i.i vital but T-heetor of the Joint Anll-Sub-
ed. dersUndlng about the activities.of rtnv cornmunuy , wn|ch he be- m ,Hne School. I-nndonderrv, for
Cabbaie, squash and cucum- \s unique English-speaking de- ramtf1l established will gain im- hn years He is a graduate of
bers were in fa r snoply and at- "acJ\ ln.,0"f,a,," ^P' measurably from his many gift-, the Naval Staff College -.nd thr
tracted the eye of many people a* anent ol t^he Uritiah U.-K-nonihclp- hls wldr re,ources and his genial j01I1. s-s-vicea SUIT College "-
they passed purify the minds and lift the
alghts of countless persoiui who
In Busby Alley many people favour the democratic way.
making their purchases had the
alley blocked for regular period Substantial Contribution
Although it was crowded, cyclists
still forced through with them Mr Smith's contribution to this
cycles. favourable trend was substantial.
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I III II
BARBADOS AU VOL'Alt
SATl'ROAV. NOVEMBER I, H,J
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PASTY CRITICS
THK criticism what, some members of
the Boum
to the Five Year Plan musl
expected by the Bseinberi tha I-ibuur
Party who are members of the K\r. utivc
Committee. The plan is fundamentally a
moderate plan and it is. d.p.irtnienlally
anaaliii i plan >r retrenchmtnl Nootfaar
kind o( plan could I ave bean praparad by
anyone who accepted the conclusions of
the BeasU'v report At the same time the
criticism that it is not an ambitious plan
is fair. Compared with the BUggeal
made in the Beealey rc|Hirt it stems |..,
a plan of development at all and miyht
with justice be restrict! m: the ambitions <( heads o'
departments.
How necessary it is to restrict depart-
mental spending is shown by the sum total
of schemes put forward by heads of
departments. These were of the order of
$30,000,000 and had to be cut by nearly
half. Heads of departments are always
subject to the pressure of public opinion
and their anxiety to ploaaa the public can
be understood, but :he members of the
Executive Committee In the Hou
Assembly whn share the responsibility of
governing Barbados wisely and well can-
not allow popular pressure to force them
lo take actions which they know cannot
be in the public n.'
The Five Year Plan had to be a disap-
pointing plan because the government
could not Ignore i isley's fiscal
survey.
The government can be criticised for
failing to produce a plan modelled upon
Professor Beasley's lugsesttom for econo-
mic development, and they aril] be crili
cised for this failure. Hut few of the
criticisms levelled ;it the Five Year Plan
in the House of Aaaemblv can be called
constructive When I politician of expcH-
ence like Mr. Brancker I
ing that "n free aecondarji educatloii
should be made available lo every child
in the island" without any indication as
to who would pay for a privilege which
no country of the world has so far b* I
able to provide the comparative ret
of the authors of the Five Year Plan wil.
be welcomed by the community.
Mr. Adams' rebuke to members on their
failure to debate the Beaslcy reporl WI
well merited Had members of the Houst
anything constructive to put forward fo
consideration by the authors of the Fivt
Year Plan they had ample opportunity U
do so in the time which elapsed between
the publication of A Fiscal Survey and
the announcement of the Five Year Plan
The Government have introduced a five
year plan which, although it is disappoint
ing in details and although it must be
resented by taxpayers wlm are already
being "squeezed" by direct and indirect
taxation, could have been much worse
It could have been full of vague promises
which could not have possibly been ful-
filled. The people of Barbados must decide
what they want: promises or higher
standards of living. The Five Year Plan
cannot bring them higher standards
of living in itself but if they co-op
in helping the government to
increase the productivity of lbs soil and
plants and to improve human productivity
{which are the key objectives of the Plan)
then their chances of attaining those
standards will have been increased. Those
who continue to utter platitudes and make
promises which are incapable of fulfil-
ment can make no claim to speak on behalf
of a Labour Party which holds office. Mr.
Adams and his supporters on the Execu-
tive Committee are showing in difficult
limes qualities of statesmanship which
must be shown by politicians when con-
fronted with realities. It is the dutv of
their party to display their loyalty and
to applaud their statemaiiship: not to seek
to undermine their influence b) ptf D
and criticisms which could not be entn
tained by those who make them if they
were members of the Executive Commit-
tee.
WATER
WHILE everyone will agree that the
House of Assembly is exercising its con-
stitutional rights whenever it queries
how the public's money is spent there will
be much regret that there should be hag
gling over the price to be paid to officers
of tried ability.
An island which can afford to pay the
expenses or the Speaker on a visit to
Canada, and can pay the Costs incurred
by visiting industrialists, experts on home
economics and experts on self-aid housing,
and which is willing to send delegates at
the taxpayers' cost to West Indian con-
ferences and on missions several times a
year ought not to be cheese-paring in its
altitude to a man in charge of its amtsj
supply. Mr. Garrod's value to Barbados
cannot be expressed in terms of dollars
and cents.
He is. as Mr. Cox well said, an outstand-
ing officer, and his services to Barbados
are appreciated by the whole community
The House does well to keep a close watch
on the lalanes which the island pays to
its administrative officers, because Barba-
dos will never be able to pay what larger
British colonies can afford lo pay for ad-
ministrative officer* of the first rank But
it is false economy to ti small
sums of money where specialists are con-
cerned Barbados was very fortuna'e the
day it obtained Mr. Garrod
The i n c r e a s e in ....! when
compared to the Lncres -. In the i
living and taxation which have occurred
during his stay in the island does not
appear to be excessive, but even if it were
can Barbs Jos afford to lose ti i
a man tu whom it owes so much? Where
and when would a replacement be found?
The House of Assembly would not be act-
ing in the ppot i ts if in an
attempt to reduce the wajtci pti
salary it succeeded in reducing the
people's water.
diaries Duncan O'Xcale
thorough-going Socialist FronSbattle. His programme of polltl-
iliat time |o then end of nil days cat education made steady pro-
he remained convinced that cress u he hammered away at
Socialism was liol Just a play- Uw necessity for Introducing in
thing lor politicians but grand the island such measures a*
phlloaoph> for the regeneration adult franchise. i.mpulsoey edu-
(Sj Um human race. ration old age pensions, work-
I compensation, health and
i Neal* became ow unemployment insurance, and to
cf Keir Marine's most ardent ad" provide free opportunities fot all
mirers. During the period when he advocated the provision of
he practised at Newcastle, he be- scholarships and exhibitions, the
gan to take hii active part in formation of trade unions, and
politics and won a seal In lh< the reform of industry and com-
Sunderland County Council Pol- mere* by co-operative methods,
iocs had already became an ab-. To fortify his precept by example,
>orbmg passion with him and ho he formed Ue Worklngmen's
was resolved to do what he could Association and launched a co-
to help bring m the new order. / per stive venture in Brlgetown.
But he was aflame with the idea And all the while he gave un-
of bringing the new doctrine to iparingly of bis time and energy
Barbados and be returned to Iho to instruct his lieutenants In the
Island some time before the first tenets of Socialism introducing
World War Mm he found condi- them to the best Socialist authors
lions here ,il the time extremely and the leadu n Socialist news-
depressing It seemed to him tha' papers and reviews. Few men
.. was too apathetic and have worked so strenuously to
could not be awakened from "lU bring about a revolutionary
slumber of Ihrea hundred years." change In the politics of Barbados.
Indeed, those who stood to gain The first great triumph of the
most appeared to be completely Democratic LaaSJue occurred In
indifferent to the advanced pollt- December 1024 when C. A.
loal principles h- had imbibed at Rrathwaite was elected to the
i After winning a repu- House of Assembly and several
taUon as a "radical", he regret- years later E. R. L. Ward, now
fully loft Barbados and went to Senior Puisne Judge in Trini-
Trinidad where he soon durtin- dad. gained a similar success ag
gulshed himself as a doctor, as a its candidate. O'Neale himself
politician and as a lover of horse- was not to win a seat in tin
racing. For a time ho also prac- Assembly until 1932 and for the
Used his pfOftSSloa in the Island four years that still remained of
of Domiiur., his life he was to gain no great
CIIARLKS DUNCAN O'NEALE
A CHANGING KRA
As the twentieth century got
ell underway. Barbados began
to undergo a far-reaching change
in lt social and intellectual
climate. The emigration of Bar-
badians to other parts of the world
had brought a number of bene-
fits to Ihe colony. In toe first
place, It relieved the ronsssitlon
lland which had been
finding it increasingly difficult to
support its growing; population.
The emigrants sent back welcome
sums of money to their relatives
ut home and the latter tried
to improve their situation either
ng property or educa-
ting their children. Not the
iportant result of this
contact with the outside world
Hurt the emigrants, when
they returned to their native land.
began to show themselves vividly
ware of the greet changes that
h.-r parts
f tho world.
In these clrcumstanc
fas to be a gradual change In
(took of tho middle and
lower claases in the island. The
of Booker T. Washing-
;on has already been indicated.
He had impressed on the black
and coloured people of tho world
that they should equip themselves
lake advantage of whatever
unties lay ahead
^f them The movement thus in-
b] Washington was be
. greater impetus after
'.ho first world war. For the war
that was fought to make the
world safe for democracy could
I. increasing the ferment
among the underprivileged P*o-
ple of all countries.
Equally important was the in-
lucnco of Marcus Garvcy on tho
democratic movement m the
West lnoies When the black*.
Mat his pronounce-
in.,,. Liberty Hall In Har-
em, he captured the imaginations.
s/orid and Barbados was in duel
,inder his magicl
.pell In later years, Garvcy wast
o b repudiated by some of his
wi. people but in tho period
mmodiatcly follow uig the first
.vim Id war he was regarded as the
Messiah who was to bring de^
llvorance to the African race
Whatever may be said of his
philosophy and opinions, there
can be no doubt that he taught
the Negro to believe in himself.
LO be proud of his own race and
o demand a place In 'he sun.
With the spread of Garvey's
movement throughout the world.
nd the formation of a branch off^
.he Universal' Negro Improve-*
in-lit Association In the island|
ur esteemed Mr. John Beckles I
la UE, as its first ["resident IheK
;! peoplfl beeam i sL
militant and their forward marcht
J*
No one could mistake the nowT
pint that was brooding upon the!
valets. Throughout the West
IndsCS the urge to move forward
irresistible. In IBI0
Hubert Critchlow, the son of a
llarbadlan who had emigrated to
British Guiana, launched the
BrtttSB (iuiana Labour Union.
After more than ten years, his
rffOrti had boon crowned with
..nil hi- formed an orgali-
..iion ih.it was the first of its
Km I n, the British Colonial ul I ibis time ho could noUriumphs as a legislator. He was
Empire and was, moreover, lo hl"'<; "" insistent call to return not as effective in the House as
urovo a model for similar enter- "> "** native land. He felt it was he had ben on thu public plat-
I rises in the Caribbean. The *" aulv to stir the stagnant form and ho did not succeed in
NT Captain Arthur An- *"" conceived It his nils- showing lr.il his political organi-
clrew Cipriani returned from tho "" jo bring the doctrines of sation wa, capable of carrving out
I revive the Trinidad Work- *<"" Hurdle to the island thai still the many reformative schenv
mg Men s Association and to *' '711*' l*'.> unaware of the had so passionately advocated
n the cause of the "bare- *^"lu,Uoni'r>" 'hanges that had throughout the length and breadth
toted" West Indian. Cipriani's ?*en ,Ukm* WJ"-' "' l"e Mother of the Island. It is a tragic irony
programme was that of an avowed > ,'ry Accordingly, he caino that when ho came to translat
Socialist and it called for meas- O'"'* to Barbados in 1024, resolved into effective action Ihe pro-
it s to raise tho whole scale of IO mak*" ?UDremc effort to gramme he had drawn up for the
iLving In the West Indies. His **"*" campaign for a free and self- "f ,ni' peopw. At first he seemed health had i-egun to sap his vi-
^ovcrntng West Indies was based '" ""'ice the same lethargic at- ulity and to reduce his political
,n the same principles and it mosphere as prevailed in the usefulness,
pread rapidly from colony to *nd before the war. Again he
rolosw, thanks mainly to support w-rne depressed with the state ONeales fcTcat contribute.. .-
f Albert M.irryshow of Grenada of things mut fell that no one the weliare if Barbados lay not
i ml Hawlc of Dominica. wu tackling any of the really In his work in tho House but u
For years Cipriani was retarded important questions of the day. wnat he aid to arouse too pcopli
s the leader of the democratic l,nc day he studied into the office of Uiu island to an awareness of
movement in the South Caribbean ' 'bo "Weekly Herald'. That what was happening in olh.
ind his agitation brought a steady visl1 was to be a turning point parts of the world. One of h
ncreaslng clamour for a feder- '" lnp history of toe island. For low achievements in the House
ed West Indies governed not by JlJfouf talking with Cleiuiell was his success in securing
the Crown Colony system, but by Wlckham and going through back creased niant for the barbados
laUve institutions. numbers of the "Herald", he Scholar.iup. On one occasion he
came to see thai the situation in suggested that the children of
The Complete Socialist Barbados had changed consider- the Elementary Schools should be
That Barbados was Induced lo ubly during his absence. He learnt r gularly examined by a doctor
move with the spirit of a new ago that iuite S number of people and their teeth inspected by
.nd a changing era was largely were waking up and he at one dentist. "But H is almost painful
.ue to the leadership of Charles saw ihe need for unifying ihe to recall,'' commented the "Ad-
iluncan O'Neale. After attending efforts of all those who were pre- v oca to" some four years later
he Parry School as a litUe boy. pared to work for a new order 'that the House was completely
Nealo went to Harrison College It was in the "Herald" office--and apathetic and Indifferent to the
and i" I8W he was "proxime ac- to Wlckhamtout O'Voale made proposal. The lale Graham
.esslt" for the Barbados Scholar- the suggestion ihal was to lead Ycarwood caused great amuse-
bip. He went up to Edinburgh U> too birth of the DemocraUr mont by making a countcr-mo-
Jniversity shortly aflerwards to league. tion lo the effect that toe Govern-
luuy medicine and later practised ment consider the advisability
for a number of years at New- The Democratic League of having all persons who needed
tie, budding up a considerable toom supplied with false teeth."
prsetftea by his skill in his pro- To the organisation of the Dcm- The mirth provoked by this sally
ocratic League O'rieulu brought was almost uncontrollable and
But O'Neale did not confine his all toe resources or his magneUf O'Nesle's proposal was killed by
to medicine while ho personality and all his gilts as an ridicule. But, while he had no
Kdinburgh. During his organiser. In October lt>24 the practical measussM to his credit
tudent days tho Mother Country new parly .is formal1) launched O'Ncale's intluShce on toe House'
was passing through a revolu- at his house in Ihe ivy and lbs ws* unmistakable and by the time
l-orlod. The nineties of programme it sponsored was ol his dcalh four years lster tho
he last century had seen wide- based on the principles of Social- atmosphere of the Assembly was
pread discontent in England and Um. Sups were men taken lo greatly changed. No one could
?cotland The wretched condl- carry the new gospel to every then conceive that any proposal
lions in the East End of London nook and cranny of Uie island, to promote the welfare of Ihe
md Ihe dock strike of 1889. the The plan of campaign was a simple Island s children would be the
.oal strike of 1893 and the onsu- one. Lists were made out ui every subject of derision For O'Ncale's
ng riots in Yorkshire. Ihe slump parish of people who were Is- verp presence had had ;i salutary
in trade and Ihe reduction of vourable to the movement. Kin- effect on the House and honour-
wagrs these are some of the died spirits were invited to tocir able members had made almost
circumstances thst had imbued tiomcs and then tSNcule and his as muchVrogrets in political edu-
.nanv disinterested spirits with a lieutenants would visit them and cation as tho masses of the nconlc
passion to bring about a greater have long talks on tho social and in the island.
measure of equality. O'Neale political questions of the day.
lived In those vibrant days when This means of spreading the mes-
Socialist doctrine was being car- sage was adopted until the time
lied Into practical effect He saw when the League should feel
leu id enthusiasm for the new strong enough to hold public
philosophy welling up on all sides, meeting?. When lhat time arrived. n"n as a mischief-maker and he
thanks to the work of such prop- meetings wets held in every par- was Seared and hated. Thev
.igandists as Hyndman and Morris ish several times a week. "Dr. accused him of spreading sedj"
and the Fabian Society led by the O'Neale. our President." wrote a Of promoting disaffection
Webbs and Bernard Shaw. He member of the League "was a fomenting race hatred ag fol-
>- atched tho valiant strivings of tower of strength. It was wonder- lower of Marcus Garvey. They
It in miner. Keir Hardle ful how the people 'looked up to found u difficult to understand
an I noted the progress of the In- him He u.i-. worth the whole lot wh>' a man. with big opportunl-
depatsdent Labour Party with its of us put togetherand more' l's in life, should have dedicated
Socialist programme He wit- Curiously enough. O'Neale did not himself to serve his people. They
nesscd the steady growth of the seem very fond of public speaking could not understand why a man
trade unions, an instrument of yet, whenever ha bad to make Of his professional skill should
working class effort that was to n s|iccch he made a pro- turn his back on the glittering
effective an Keir Hardic's found impression on his audience. PrllSi that usually rewarded
ion. O'Neale was pro- His splendid presence, his fine those of his class who did net
impressed by all this and deep von.-, bis ceounsnd of dig- "neke thMnselvag a nuisance in
he was swept off his feet, as com- nitled language and his passionate politics. It ls qq| suj-prlsiug that
Wordsworth was at the conviction never failed to make they were so baffled for O'N lr
ihe French Revolution an irresistible appeal to those was really j phenomenon It was
BUSS was it in thst dawn to be who listened to him. the first time In the island's
live history that a man cf bis -'"-
But to be young was very Gradually the campaign won with a university education Wad
heaven" '<; all parts of too an independent profession hd
He thought he was seeing the Island Gradually O Neale sue* identified himself so eomnl#ielv
I new era of free- reeded In attaining his objective ,th the masM* of the umint*
i happiness and from his that of enlisting the ordinary uut there ImMbw ,Vh*. i.;
dayT he became n man for service i ihe political "J Vn^pige t
A Vast Burden
To his opponents O'Neale was a
--nplete enigma. They regarded
stud) nt
NOBODY'S
DIARY
MondayThe other day I saw some water
left over from the fast wettinfi in the dry
lake of Queen's Park. If it doesn't dry
up soon there will be mosquitos to add tc
the trials of life along Constitution
Unless of course some one puts a couple
of thousands in. But this would be too
much like using the lake for its original
purpose. And the anti-beauty faction
would never tolerate this, would they*
Q. Could not some of the masons who
are out of work because people won't
build houses if they can't get elec
tricity to light them be employed in
making the lake hold water?
A. Of course they could.
Q. What then are we waiting for? (Nt
answer).
TuesdayI may be wrong but tourist boaU
come and go without so much as a trickle
coming from the beautiful fountain in
Trafalgar Square. It's only thirteen
years to the centenary of the Fountain. 1
do hope that before then we'll be having
water spouting every hour in the 24.
P.S. What about the cock of the Monte-
fiore Fountain? Has it been loosened uf
a bit or does it still make your thumt
hurt when you press it?
WednesdayDid I read it right or did tht
printers devil muck it up? Did the branc
new tax expert express pleasant sur-
prise to tind "that business men art
paying the taxes for which they art
liable?" What on earth did they teli
him on the other side that we were t
lot of crooks? Isn't it high time that tht
government of Barbados appointee
someone to the Trade Commissioner'
staff in London to interpret Barbadu1
to the English? Did I tell you the ont
about the English insurance firm whi
wrote a prospective client here asking
him to get a medical examination if ht
could find a doctor? I told you didn't
I about the English family who wouldn't
spend a winter in Barbados because tht
island was, so they had been told, rur
by a handful of reactionary planters
Then there was that drip at the Centra
Office of Information who was responsi
ble for informing every newspapri
office in the United Kingdom tha.
whereas there were half a,dozen Euro
peans living on Ascension island Bar-
bados was inhabited mostly by Africans
Why, in recent years so many English
officials have been imported that there
must be no less than live times th
European population of Ascension lslano
among imported officials alone. If wi
include the itinerant visitors who gel
their expenses paidbut hush enough
of this nonsense. To end on a jollier
note here are two stories, one old anc
corny, the other new and bright,
1. There was once a clerk employed ii
the colonial office of the Crown
Agents or some such thing who tolo
a young enthusiast setting out t
bear the white man's burden n
Barbados for the first time that ht
should take a ship to Jamaica anc
then get the first train for Barbados
Dusty isn't it but did you see Beach-
comber's bright gem a few week;
back about:
2. The income tax inspector whom s
bee bit on his nose. I did and I'm
going to keep bees again.
ThursdayI wonder how many of tht
coughs and colds and bouts of flu art
due to the habit of people spitting free,
wherever they be. If I had a penny fo-
every person spitting into Broad Street
daily between sun-up and sun-down I
cutjld pgy my Income tax with a stroke
of my pen and still have enough left
over to buy ten race tickets and fivt
chances at the Police car. Believe me.
FridayToday I am inviting an Oxfora
Professor to tell you something aboui
"Nobody's children". This is how (in a
letter hitherto unpublished but now
shamelessly released to my common
friends) he describes the Royal York
Rangers who took part in Sir George
Beckwith's operation against Martinique
and Guadeloupe and, who are commem-
orated by the monument which stand*
at the foot of the former Military Prison
It was apparently much better than
most of the "scallywag regiments'
raised in the Revolutionary war. No
body knows how they> stWted. The>
got broke in 1818 however, which b
something we didn't know before an*
we owe it all to the Oxford Professor
Students of military history please note
SaturdayA wag has asked whether having
lost the "W" in Holetown we ought no
to call it by the half that's left? Bettei
springclean it, give it some paint anc
get Queen Elizabeth to open it when she
calls here in January 1954. Ita new-
name? Why YEOLDE HOLE of course.
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BARBADOS AII\OlAlL

Fishing Industry Can Be Made To Pay
Powered Boats And W Fine For Steaiing ^Z 0f Mall Constructor'
On I,ast Cttiise
Phis Season
trW-
Cold Storage Essential
ne the flying i'sh
\tu iZSZS PS tiBKft BIT ,' SJ")'
nkins Roberts told w,iwn. p,,Uw BinBltlnitr of Dt- c
PERlY MOSES. S4 vear nil Worship Mr. E. A. Mrl>..d >e yea*
mechanic o( Urwn Mill S- Mi i.-rda. A IWO charts*. Ural '
ehael tini-d 10, pmottma near the petrol #annaji Rom. Bum
THERE IS every prospect of putting the flyinc lish payable in 28 day* or in default, the Barbados Taxi Co .iH-ng B
industry n the r,h. tooting in Barbad,... Mr. George her- ^^.ay-. - *
guaaon. master of the Motor Vessel Jenkins Robert, told walw.n. Police Magistral.- f in- of burnini Sgl Neblclt on hi- II along Brandon', Alley without '"ucloi arrived
the Advocate yesterday. He said that there was nothing tncl A Moses was found fulit-' face with the c garvtle v.hilr ll a proper certificate
called a living lish season as the llsh was alwavs present of Um larcany of eoa b:K \.sutioii of his duties
to be caught in large numbers. Je property of the llrld"s His Worship Mr. E A Mi-
Mr. Fcrgu.son ha. been fishing it Is impossible wh.n one ha. to BT"T'J' L ?. ^f """! "!" '"".' h*r *>"% "' 5!" "JZ
?^oJSSSgrta X i,"oV'when"!he-" SrtJS HS SWMA SS25R.to-%T3ft wwt ft
everything ui their power to for flsh.
rsr js!t;u,l,es h-A j*" ^\rrJ^. ">>,'l"T"o,- ,tat,ov no """", "**"
Witt .-ngim- men at a aaerMee prlee. Thaac NOHMA CHARLES ..( 1st A\r Hi- Worship Mr. E A MtLM
()iii flying lish come with the Hah ar put overnight by Bcekle- H<>." *
the bulk pun hio-i in Inade-
quate rold storage "ondltl
The Meoni .;ui
in port at 6 12
M^'.'ril.iy Tbll ship nnv
on its last cruise at i
from here, it >vil
On boj.ni thr
laboui- quantity of cargo foi thj

VMttit-
. term m41n* so
r who lufrtM L-osb a
i.rcd. hh.nf back. I>w't
affsr Iron, a bMkschet
Um A I While Liniment.
Rah ii on and 1m Ik* nmrk
>i hi warmth do um im.
Buy A.I. today-
North Equatorial current. Thei
may be months when this current
deflected but that only means
that the Ash will .* further away
fiom the land Powered boats
can reach them", he said,
lie said that in hit
and merely provide unhealthy
competition with the next
day* eatrkT
Mr. Pergusson said that the
vh'w. two u.se of the gill net has indeed re-
things were absolutely necessary suited in a large increase in the
if the fishing industry of Barba- number of fish taken, but this
dos was to be put on a sound and advantage has been offset by
business-like footing. In the first the factors to which he had just Matrimonial Causes yesterday.
Slace It was essential that a good referredlack of cold storage Mr. Justice J. W. B. Chenery pro-
L-et of dlesel-englned boats be facilities with consequent com. trounced decree absolute in th
built and secondly adequate cold petition in the prices due to time suit of G. O. Evelyn,
storage facilities must be pro- limit for disposal. and E. C Evelyn,
vided ashore by the Government. He felt that with proper cold Decree nkl was pronounced
Mr. Ferguason said that as far storage facilities, the fish at prea- September 2 this year.
DECREES
ABSOLUTE
In the Court for Divorce and
Delegates Qaerj
Bail I Ia Entr) Of
Mr. Smith, Mr. Hart
A delegation comprising of
four members of the House of
Assembly, other West Indian
FINPD 8*7-
CAl'l n <\ RAYl ES
1
t gutlu t. His Worship Of CnUln !' (' Anderson .
V a \t. Lat 4 ' i having > >' gent are i
qusni'v of le.iti in his pxfsonlon A Co.
" ithout .i propot UBP1 rom.
meka l. "
ntca ntiM. i
Hudron On Hi arrtval hara 11
Igfaoaka1 unki ided quantltj .
i ill srh eh ll I i
.'ii Thursday
WhiU
quantity
which it ill i-.in v lo D
LOAODfO .fsMO
, DosnUik r. go on I
departuri: from in I port
Lommittee
Ippointed
Every sweel i
more delicious wilh
BIRDS
CUSTARD
A ftve-i
ihc ehalrn
of the I-
chaiiie
lan C'onin "
iimhtp of t) i
c*uti'e Conunittee
PubHc Works
TI
yesterday evening to enquire mio
the rumour that the Government
pem.mur politicians and trade UWqgdatg *n">'*'!^"'"V^ "J ^J" vessel is uiMe, ihe Nmmand
spondem. waited on the Colonial Secretary '0> thr. ,g^"*" l m,ike Captain Z Caesar and I
ecommendntion from lime to ft| . ,h(. S(.h(i
imt in rcard lo rights of wa* r. ..((in
if beaches, and rciresiinnil and MARtiARINh. I. \RI>
concerned, it was more success- could be taken if the fishermen Mr- w. w. Kce. y.t;.. instruc- "7\r""rprrifn,,nd smith aiul Mr bMll,>' iw Ml in bygone days. The price were nol forced to hurry back " y Cottle C.tford & Co.. ap- ' "r- F"^ana ,*/^,/%" .Member* of the CbniBattar are. The Mhoon I
and quality of canvas and rope, home to Join In the competition Puffed for the petitioner. SSL"! SL -" r1 IO Mr T E. Went. Hon. D. A. S I
th,- difflcufty of obtaining masts, scramble for price, could be pre. J His Lrriship also pronoumel niata JJUW, Cato. Mr Neville Ccnnell and
boom, and^ gaffs, needed no served andtnade to play their decree absolute in the suit of V. C. ,T^S^L^ln,yJra^A c' Boyee. U^Im cargo of marl.....
Stt part in the building up of the Cox. iwlllloner. and A. Cox. re- P0"**"* " !"*. *? .h^ S Th* "WM <* Htmnn* of Uw I 3 "" "' "'"' w* Tl
U f Ea#* industry. Furthermore apondent. Decree nisi was pro- crrunent House to meet the Dele- CommHw- ar(, ..To mmkv 1C. sc'..-,.,,, ,s t-nderth
The existing system under *h powerful boat the flsher- nounced on June 13 this year. !.,_,_____ ___________^ commendation from time to * Ciptaln
A M .H. i
.h.,H ,r-.ELt:y III" mi. "Z men couldT more or leaT deter- Mr. E. W. Barrow instructed bv The delegation comprised ,m," ""';.^r '^ , for i.r,- ^n-i.ned to the Schoor.O Owi
re?ioUng,monXS oicS-' & ^fore'n'and^.h^hour'f Mr E. D. lUyr. Solicitor^p- Jrj, J. E. T. Brancker. M C.P. vi SSSTrSta'olla^T; "* AaaciRt.on
iween the month, of JuK and "riy. to suit the need, of the P*red on behalf of the petitioner. A E. S. LewU M.CP. E_W Mtfh and ror acquirlrM| addi.
Petitions
Granted
July _.
October, is due not to tha scarcity market,
of flsh in the sea t'unng that par. I >n!
ticular season but to the fact "I suggest diesel powered
that the variable nature of the boats as the price of the diesel
wind, and the ever present dan- oil is cheaper than gasolene.
ger of being becalmed and help- secondly because diesel engines
leu, renders it unsafe to venture are more rugged ana ean stand
out to sea", he said. "Leaving up to much more exposure to
out of account the personal per- water than the gas engine with in the Court of Ordinary Tag- Mr. W. A. Crawford. M.c.l'.. il ,. ._
ils, which are always present in its magneto or electrical equip- terday Hi* Lordship the Chief Mr. O T. Allder. M.CP.. arrmd .W/*. //. iff. / flOiHtlS
a greater or leaser degree for ment and thirdly because there Judge Sir Allan Collymore granted when the interview was fln;h- -_,_.
those who go to sea in vessels, is far less (Ire hazards with diesel the petition of Myrtle Sandifoid of ad. // rt" T trOflftitVl
and confining our attention to the engine, than gas engines", he Vauxhall. Christ Church, a cred- The Colonial Secretary said the ** ** *"*" -s*si <
Ashing aspect of the matter, it Is said. Itor, for letters of administration ban was onlv on Mr. Smith, and _rv ___._
quite senseless to take a good Mr. Fergusson. who had nine to the estate of Dorecn I. Coward, u, answer to Mr. Barrow added M^ngtiMPtT
cntch of flsh and then have lo years' experience in Messrs. J. N. deceased. that the Government of Barbados
dump it overboard". Goddard's deep sea fishing yawl Mr E. W. Barrow instructed bv nad informed the Government of M' *' 1'
"Hut even with regard to the Juanlta, said that he would not Mr. R. C. Chapman of Carrington Jamaica that Mr. Hart was not *"< for appointment to the
present Ashing season, the use of consider the storing of flying flsh & Scaly. Solicitois, appeared for banned. '!; of ***~ut,v* Engineer, Ue-
powered boats, coupled with the on ice In this type of boat as it the petitioner. He said that Mr Smith was I ''m*'"' Highways and
establishment of shore-based was quite a tiresome task to a ._,,. ... Ih banned under Section 8 of the ,'J,nPMi ?, 9Urce8,,n * Mr
cold storage facilities, would in small crew and required careful His Lordship also nflMd 'h. "^^_,und*; uSe-Tr-Sw arf* MlS ... W ~ wn lra'iB"
my opinion be a worthwhile pro. attention and experience if the petition of Harold Wilfred Cox o Ex',u'n'on ' V" U; "2,,^: '*"* %}* 0ut ln ';
would be a wider ilsh were to be landed in good Graeme Hall Terrace. Christ the ^ministratIon of^ h'^ * Mr Thomaa is 28 years "'
Barrow. M.qj* L..A Wuliams. tlo, lllhlf 0| wa,: 1b) -for |hp
M.C.P.. Hon Dr. Cheddi Jogan. vutehMe of land especially along
M.UC. British Guiana. Hoi E, ,n(, .eashorr to be used as places
Joahua, member of the Execn- 0f rTCrent101, by the public; and
live and Legislative Councils of (rJ f0l the preservation uf Mtu.
St. Vincent. Qulntyne O'Connor ra, beauty -rots whether by
and John Ui Rose. lYiniuad. purohase or oth.-rwlac."
J V Tudor, and D. F. Blackett. ______________
Mr W. A. Crawford. M.C.P.. and
Sir GsOorge Shm'I
For British tsirjar *
S.r Oassffsji Bm| R.CJi.0
Comptroller < i I' "velo]
Welfare, ill Iimvi I!
the '2uti Noveinli.-i for British lint
ana, when' In- i
wit i thi \ srnor.
He Is due to ratui

lliimioiiil Hi Hi's
LOl'IS L 11 WI.I V
Hollon laane
nicmhci
hat U-i-ii an IttUnUKC of OW
asialH]
So ohm tiwadifnrCutlanl. n'-m
w ask fix llint'% '.
r,an^nofToh~"rn"'dfo'r'"h,WS condiLT '" * "n~ "*" SZZZ. and'wh.1 ?.P."n ore IniEortant "l am well aware of th, addi- Hon to the elate of hhr father who s nMponslbW for law and cl, Idren He was articled lo the
there would be an end to that tlonal co,t of powered boats but Frederick J_ Cox. deceased order ?JS*! *"""' Brighton,
nightmare of fishermen under have absolutely no doubt that m Mr. K. K Walcott O.C. In- The de egation to d the Colon- IB.0-1] i appointed Junior As-
o,e.-nt conditions, namclv : the the long run. this additional cost structed by Mr. B. S. NicholK | Secretary that they d. io..l n Engineer t\iiit, Boraugh
danger of having to sacrifice a would amply repay itself", he Solicitor, appeared for the pell- the action and asked why it was L. :l,ton IM1-44 appointed As-
atch for little or nothing becau
nded.
No Up-to-Date Information
On Recruitment Programme
tioner.
The wills of the foil
admitted to probate
:ing wer
Engineer and gptirtM
Ivi] Engineerlm* Con-
1044-47 and engaiad in
in. ted with road main-
tenance under the County ami
Borough Council since March
He pissed Sections A and
the Institute of Civil Kn-
_~.j Examination, 1950
wa,-.>,~..s. *t i^ Ane fui.. Nathaniel Downle, St. Joseph; ernor in the hope that he would Mr Thomas Is expected t.....-
MACDONALD, O.B.E.. Chief Jonn Edward Reid St John; Sarah ace his wav to lift the ban. They rive In th- Colon* at Ihe and 0.
said that It was to be deplored Nov.rnI.er
done, especially too, as Mr
was not banned.
The delegation asked whether *J
Revd. Jnmes Richard Nichols, the Implication w*. that Mr.
St. Michael; Elmer Aubrey Jordan, Smith a visit would create lasf-
St Peter; Gertrude Rose Minnl-' lessnesa and disorderliness and l9i~
Knowlee, St. Michael; Alfred Da- asked the Colonial Secretary to fl e-
Silva Vleira. St. George; Joseph convey their protest to the Oov- gin,-,,
Hart
MR. HERBERT G.
Liaison Officer in Washington told the Advocate yesterday that he could Hl, [^,taahip allowed reseahni.
not give anv up-to-date information about Ihe programme 0f the will of William John oi
of recruitment of workers to the U.S.A. due to the fact that Casinos. St. Lucia, deceased. The
he was on four months' vacation leave and had not yet ^plication
Unit Barbado
West Indian
had rOtrMd other
Islands In
Bai
Rogers.
___.nadeby Mr. E. W.
instructed by Mr. E. D.
Dominica Gets
New Wesley
High School
Enquiry
Adjourned
The Colonial Secretary prom-
ised to convey the request to M\-
Excellencv and let the delegation
know whnt had been dsKidi
but he could give no nssui'uu< tha
n to whether the ban would be arv
lifted. hf
The Barbados members of thr Trie
DelegMllon thanked Mr. Turner spci
returned to his office.
He arrived in Barbados dlLlinl
the week by H.W.I.A. from Ja-
maica to attend the Consultative
Meeting of the Regional Labou:
Board at Hastings House. He is
a guest at the Marine Hotel.
Mr. Macdonald who is Presi-
dent of the Jamaica Olympic So-
ciety went over to Helsinki in
that capacity as well as manager
of the Jamaica Olympic team
which included Ken Farnum. the
"'.cTal.T.n.. rarnum had to The now Wesley High'Shoo. to*ft Oil. week, was ad-
ride on a strange banked track " officially opened at a cere- )0yhnJJy;c,.Vcar-old
and I. was terribly dimcul, over, mon^held onJ^sday, Oc ober v^fS&SS**^ ,,, ,. o^ , ,. Conv
night for him to learn the tech- -, The new imposing and spac- arn.sled tUid chargcd by the poli mi,nilw>. wi, ,h. aubtart debatvi
nique of ridins on such a track, ious school -building stands on h murdinf{ ,*,.. J mun*/. w "^/"y. ,u,\| n'.V
ln the circumstances however, the site of the old school which when the it. David s u d wn
burnt down in the fire, of FISIIKRMAN INJtRKIl. fl"d their friends met on Wedne,
Celebrating 61st
Anniversary
unday) win be
t Aniilvci .,1 > ui M. ,
rk done in this Colony '
v Hev. S A Esu-rbf-Hik
aasoo will be martMi b
.Morning Worship and
The enqiur> into the circum-
stance* surrounding the death of
28-year-old Eldina Hall, which
was held at Holetown Police Sta
he did magnificently. Apart from
training hard. Farnum lived and 1945 which destroyed two blocks,
breathed cycling, but was beaten The school was built by the
by better cyclists. Methodist Church, aided flnan-
rlnllv
Ml M:irdona.d said it was a ,1
great pleasure for him to be on
rdedC,n,eoe,eao'keWhf.hrnunmh
whom he called a thorough gen-
tleman and a good sportsman. He
also expressed thanks to M
i,i iiv ,.h nlrinri Arum- a nshcrman or S'lver LSands. There was a
recoiv'ps' *>> other men.Vri' ^ 'e at Court
'if the WI Islands. y< Baptist Church. Whttepmk
______________ Road.
.,,. ., The regular Chri'tmai, gifts and
Deblktr At ORNDCmm S n->neury contrtbutions are ex-
- p">cted for the purple of brtnglng
I'lifvintT I ii'lll measure of cheer Into th- lives
Jamea -That the Cinema does more ""th children mid .....It-
***" ,h,na nPTY YEARS AGO
lv\ l'REM!) T KRIGKR
The li'lrgtfanih slate that ex-
Prcskdenl Kruger Is desirous of
Ing to the Transvaal and
ith of alkglanre
day night last at the Sarge.nl:
Thlrty-one-ycar old Oscar Cox Village Playing Field centre
fisherman of S'lver Sands, There was large attendance. Wl '* ]'
permitted some thirty "
the count the motion
~, a wide margin.
an inured left leg j^ thr ftop^inon Iteaar
Cox wes involved in an accl- C Cadogan and D. Hlnkaon and
put In hil way, as his i.klng the
<>;ith will remove a disturbing
figure from the Continent, wherr
his presence serves to It gap an
nti-British feeling, and. at his
the Rev
transferred to th
wards Rev. W. J. Barrett took
over and completed the job. The Reverend Mr. Davidson arrived General Bus Company at Pegwell W. Waithe were Ihe principal able of doing much to upwt British
bv 'olane on the Thursday to at- Corner. Christ Church, the samu speakers. Chairman of the meet- plans in the Transvaal If he r<>-
;.::;.";"h"e'rp,ng zrisrssra .bendp,hecopeni, mJy. SS.
Barbadian cyclist. In the evening the pupils of a> <>t -- attsasjggt f 4?#?+ 9 MIIH*MMtMtt i-y*
H hoped that at the 1856 the We-Iey High School (which
Olympics to be held in Mel- was temporarily in another
bourne in Australia, an athletic Methodist building) staged the
team from the British Caribbean Operetta "The Sleeping Beauty"
area could be sent to compete In to a packed house
the events rather than having Among those helping behind
the various colonies sending In- lno gooes was Mr. R. D. Pig-
o.vldual teams. ^ ^^ nf Barbado*. at present a
Asked what he thought about Mastcr , the Grammar School.
this years Olympic games. Mr _,__________
Macdonald 'd they were a very MAIL NOTICE
wonderful athletic feast and M>ri *|or Mmdr uniMd. Kms^nm.
added that the spirit amongst the Antw*rp and AmiUnUm by th> a a.
athlctss could only have pro- -oimtHUd mm 1^ 'i^^ ''* o*'-"1
moled amdwill and as such, had ^^m.uii' in-i.; n-*ui.r-d
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NeW STAR FOR FLYNnT
SARBADOS ADVOCATE
SATCRDAT. KOVBMBH 1. IM*
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by EVE PERR1
ew showtime plans for jose ferrer
i S1M0 in
A MUSICAI (iOt.S

ric ainL from the easi
SOES TO t PARTY
FASHIONS FOR
PARACHUTISTS
Wh-il rgothes doe* the scientist
wear v,hOnc laboratory i* the gfcy
here,, betvvven eight mllci
u| iid "HW (roundin olfwr
words, the man who teals the
latest experimental parachutes bv
jumping" -Ham the it rat os,j-here?
MajUr Will!.
Brills), to:i pmachuilgi, wc i
iai '.tjuijjmont when ex-
perimenting with the laten
paiachutes
Hi '. uo the hend. n new jet-
i>v helmet, coloured while, and
distjmed In co.laboratlon with
the [nstitulo of Aviation Medi-
cine. It In mnde ir two pieces:
an inner tent It- helmet sound-
da, whit I
'Hi A* r.uiiu mid OXygei
mask*, nna a tou^i outer crash
type helmet, made of laminate i
iiv.on wtth synthetic resin
bunding-
Then, over the lumper's face
there Is a mmk to give him oxy-
en In Hit* thin atmosphere high
up. The masli i* lirlred to an
instrument which cowttg his
il; rate.
I nra a new two piece coll
weather 'uit. Sperml iittnchme..f-
ensure that Uu jumper does noi
lose hia hoot* and trousers when
the canopy jerks open.
In ji small brx below the parn-
thute are the gclontlflc recording
InrtruaMnta, From the box run .
aeries of electric devices which
lake notes of the lumper's pulse
... km lempermtuz* U
rate Jt Kvriillon -it uie body, lb
rate o] acceleration and som.
rlx or geven Mhor vital statistics.
On Kg jiiminr's wrist Is nn
Dltimetar recording height accu.
'>' to Win a few feet durinii
the fall. He can also time the
touei.ct Of event: with a -op-
watch.
Lttst.-but by no m,.
tie palachuH- Majoi W
two. One. the newest, i-
nt colaneso m-tcrla), described a*
very stiong but incredibly thin.
It Is packed in a special light-
weight po t resigned shape which gives extra
stability. The parachute harness
I made of nylon. The parachute
:>os special barometric relea**.
tor automatic opening, with an
Mi.iiinicy manual override Ef>
lease.
On hu chest, the jumper fjjao
tarries the reserve pack, gi
ordinary 24ft. standard parachut".
hut without the small auxiliary
t anopy usually used to pull II
out of its pack.
that
___moa i
us knoe
about Jew
Ferrer U be walks on
nib Knees
(b) Ql U I
n a m a n
dynamo
the busies'
man on
Broadway
last year
and inclined u> ruan arouna
like mad in >earch of his
'T-atrlcal Utopia
Hoeever when I met nun mi*
* he was (al on nis feel
-^rt drawn up 10 nu full
ML 91ns.: lb) ver> ured
Toe nredne*. aa uiid:r*nni-
sale. He had Men spriMl.ng
toe day tcrubbing around ihe
'ulio floor, doing nu cnorsa loi
*nat I imagine u going to ttr
'he most famous and eenam.v
ne most publ.c*rd freak m
in. j-ion otr'uras nni mi the
II inch back of Noire Dame
rue character he la plav ng
i i wiO doubUesa recall i
i iiei Ttniiouse-lau'rec I
Actor-ma noger
tHH a-' m:iv * nainly n,
1 IlgA
Mr Frrrrt OO* aged W H
Ibe 11 i >i i -uriei"
%;iiooi. if nu jri-mi.~ ad rfiui.
1UM ;rue nr labri Jose
I '-Ti Preaenu* will $oon be
rvwnerc uround town
Kesns on 'he attend* ncludc
\ priMiter ol *ar mwdt
>^'alag 17 U) be prrKlueert n("
t: reeled bv Mr W
* aia about mentum
-angca -lun ana nu> vicious
e called "The Shnkr'
*ilen w ;>*rfirulam notsonie
' o' oirrt oi pfeyi :i enicJi
ret varraa m New York but
' which hr only intends to be
ii' fulding ipini behind the
cnea over here.
% hirei s>lat witn aD ...
p Wrtd *> Cabin n 'Ji.
*Kv 'o uai i*7-lnaei feat)
BflUBH no with Kalhfrtnr
luitham lo.rm me staging lob
\ ne mwvlralvet "o be
wttn ine wngs ot me
Oeergt M. i .. u. I" v . .
^tl" Dandt"" "Oter There *
i -. nope- to plav th*
ig-danrma lrd
i use i at t.ss
ON riih 4GEND I
Jur ng j^
i"0k ~< *rirn-. yu u"1 uo rounJ
he ie-in
>- Ml m -if.!-
rtth
l i



Director Klh UsjUl
uaatrj 'iKing of! b oa.
~ap to cr-'ch hia (umrj;iu.-
nn-baid heed
*n directoi KUrri JvtMC*
got an Osea.' toi nu I
'Blact Narcn^u* *^n cre *
the ajutie n leaaAoi *
tin Meats nun
aegajunii plague A.ne-^;*.- m
KM | ned for hm hint
I.AMf TO MOT
\tr 71 rokturng
olonde E>es blur Oa
ungi f oui nu moment no*
'hat i g is likely >n be ciiane-.
nto lUm-atar
Urn Cloonev nrw Hteu*'
mid man in ho* i>umi.
j t.iora ran.,- -., ,. Mv H I -
Now she is ikelv ui |
nginal ">ti. H*n<>n pan oi
lt*'l -l.lr'
' Toimt. *na Eva aiMl
i*
llagw i.
4hr (Ml OgBed a
with a nudio *auti
oroni'i u> gin n*i ibi-
ou.Uljj uaal iranilormcd liui..
inger mo
"XXI per
In 'iw memnumr (to
na> new record in the Too
Ten-or whatever lb ihr I
gram'Mnonr i 'nioainr
alwav> issuing
m. one Bo.cn-a-M-
which *as introauced *o Urn...
*udif (i>.-> vih UM usual 'liv
lockeit and is annthei oi im>*
umialuung miles eluch
soon >s going \q dn\<
mad agson
KIMtMHU
M>i,r, _
r ~ far in, n, n mm -
Wrica.' thr intrepid fcrrol
4oout iui musicet ttst
n racle man Fsmi aoie to
.ickle > stnglr^hano^kuicmg
ile 7 3a:a he iwho ned played
ago and Charley'* Aun Cvran
Bcrgerac ana the l*;un.
Kaye role in 'Lets Pace It *i
1 don't really utoa I can
tune I (ueaa out I'm
refai
* III loin
rlK
ex,
-i.
I teM H
nrfoiimtlon.
> "i get Indian -in
S iil.o nppoalte him
iu nave aaet kerere fee
i : .(rthrr .1 a MMktall
I <>ndon. \adla thr
.. lurr ih.- aane gtrl
in thai DHenUl
< -roll* * a.an."
am
\a :
ui manage the rout
hope it will bt al!
I night."
2d QUtUt
in lust
ne siepi
nghi on
* I NKVIta AaVH Vei i
rillejr
-la. Hut 1 remeinOei Lady
erece an a charming in
sweet rac:om and *tn
spoger.
*> I jay tneule to a vane'v
nai who nad tfte am and anadoai
fo quit anile in* going gigs
good Lady de Place's kkjl
music nail appearance au> Fj
ears ago Then she reure.1
Bt 'hat sell-eflactnt act ins
ief in-- memory of her cereei *.-
inan' as Uhe lighu mat once
*oelleo out net name m aaitgiB
and America
Uaidon Bxpress Berv.ce
x. -Hois kkum the atrr
m ithe (lene Krtlj. Inviiailoe
0 'De rtincp unit ai Elsireei :
IDEAS
reporting newt from the
bridge between problems
nd their solution". .
A clue to
ending
fuel cuts
I Near Record Cr
OTTAWA
Canuda'* exporla of wheat and
1 Aheai flour in terms of wheat
.imountcd to a total of S56.100.000
bushels during the 1931-52 crop
year, second only to the record
407.600,000 exported In I928-2H.
B.O.P.
URANIUM
OTY
By JAMES COOPER
TOttQNTO
The ruasin' and th* feudin' na<
tjreaten out on Canada's Stir, Pat
allel among prospector* In t he-
World's rtrst uranium rush.
The dispute U between the ten-
derfooii and the sour-doughs (sea-
soned prospectors)with the ten-
lerfoots a Urging that the old hands
bullied, tricked, and foxed them '
nut of the best claims.
Tempers have been frayed by I
torrential rain that madefUranium
City, town in the making on the
Saskatchewan border. Just a mor-
ass of sodden, churned clay.
And it is the height of the see-
son for black fly-------called by In-
dians "No see 'em"an insect that
has been known to kill horses and .
drive men mad in the bush
Soaked and Bitten
Well-soaked and badly bitten,
he newcomers are all the more
ingrv against the sourdoughs foi
beating them to the most radio-
active claims.
The tenderfoots allege that ont
party of sourdoughs working for
a large syndicate forcibly ejected
smaller party from an area '
where the steady click-click of tht i
(leiger counters suggested big de-
Others complain that veteran*
lumped the gun and staked claims,
long before the starting time of
three p.m. (B.S.T.) last Monday.
Third grumble is that the old- -
Umnfl iov-red over trails through I
Ihe wildernesa of bush and jack-
Sue to prevent newcomers enter- .
B* the promising areas.
And grouse No. 4 Is that one wily j
syndicate posted men to give false
directions to independent prospec-
tor'.
So far there have been no knif-
ings and shootings in the Dan Mr-
Crew fashionbut the tension Is
mounting.
Weeks To Weil
Eight hundred claims have been
legUtcred in more than 20 square
miles. But the prospectors must
vait weeks, perbau> months, to see
who strikes ft rich.
Local traders who have not shut
up their shacks and Joined the
rush am charging 2s. d. for a loal '
of bread, 8s. gd. a lb. for butter.
That Is because hupplies have to I
i>e brought 450 miles by air from
Ihe nearest town. Prince Albert.
And a bottle of beer, if you can
And anyone to sell, is 7s, id.
Said one prospector: "Perhaps it
is just as well. It needa only booze
to start a frontier town battle just
like the old Yukon days."L.E.S.

r^ijr^
anttJalal a^"1WV
ffi V 1,1 [ ^^Ci a 1 fl
B*9 *i

5^ fS&f-'A L y A^naaai --snanai
r eras enee asssl u naan and At lac Oak Jan taid: -Tea'sa
probably niBiiIng nesa a asesn ef
eye suala Way nas m OfUmT
W 1 ssek JassS anjsi, Emry day "No eye strain aor I u>J u> rat.
lesal OfBtsaneasaee saey din later. ^Iaealu to yea aad OptraU
aal annaa, aaanl sa> m/u asatii. i u saner bs witneat k agaan.'
PROTECT YOUR EYES wuA
Shoe
Record Oil
Production
Productiuii of oil from two Iraq
oilfields in September was a re-
cord The Kirkuk Held, pumping
tin annual rate of nearly 20
million ton*, delivered over 1.6
million tona through their pipe-
line* to the oil terminals al Tri-
poli (Syria) and Baniiis (Leban-
on) Monthly production from
the Zubair Held was also a record
.it 223.797 tona Fin* shipments
of crude oil left this Held from
the terminal on the Persian Gulf
lag* Dvcemher
(Frorn London Press Service)
t
For the whole Family I
A FAMOUS PHYSIO 1
Mrs Mopps" io rt'ni-
ihetx gneea to do Un-
it on these hard-worm
left arm like the woman In i
" housework shoulder." a \r.
Turning the hand ovti
strain and fatigue
The woman on the left
unconsciously straining bw
arm inuarles t. prevent Iipi
elbow bending under tin
weight
*T. McCiuro AnOtrtoti
Kindpal ol (he .'
it'itithrrapy Hoirptrii:
Ms fine book 'Human
Kinetics" iHetntmann. 30s.)
IRAHISie gives a Up for
mber when they go down on
^-rubbing or polishing
4 occasions, the* position the
second sketch they will avoid
inful form of arm neuralgia
ftl.' locks the arm reducinit
i iiiimiiiiiiinmiiiiii bbjbji iiiiiini iiiiHimiiiiuiuii
SOCCE* SECRET
\\lli do < 111.111 mill. r.
** good '.......ii. .- Berai
Hi' i' Work uii-l- r ;.-.,uiiJ Hi. *
thr habit of walking In hnr-
Iiit partly benl knrra
ThM la thr v-crrt ol good i
and ulik turning on thr fiitba
iimnim
WAR DOG DOES NOT BITE
ng line
ned
if German battle dogs
the Japanese during
ildn't get '
safety."
ithin SO feet of her
VANCOUVER, B.C
Pritz, ma. .-ot of the 1st bit
tallon. Princess Patricia's Cana- itf-,7,7 u-r ii"
dlan Upht Infantry, is just about ilu The German Shepherd did not
'he complele ppprglie of what is* r ic. t Ray Burton-roster cet up to the front lines during hi*
rarely bi+A.M he nii fresn rn-n Foster
.id.
"and I
\t\>\ manor woman!
who invent* a (lam
niitery which could abaott>
;ie electricity generated ov
: .wer stations at night ano
release :t at peak period-
during the day
Ituudird* iae into to *om
- i uroblerti and tailed. Now a
,.iJge Cn.versil)
. enitgt, alt r'ranci-
1. fUren.
Hi hat built a fu 'i
cell which genr-nti,;,
electnc curreri' whe-,
i.arogen and osvgeo
ure led into it
Itir 'ii-or. oeli.i.i;
he Bacon cell' >
..mi" and i' loorlii
When an elect r..
cur;>>nt is passed
* 'ank ol eater
down ;o fom.
nygen
tnrougr. a
breaks the '._..
r.drogen and
i -j.d be possible to do irn-
. verse to eetd ~ hydrogen an -vgen wgeiher to form wain
and set tree electricity
The night excess eieotricn,
c mid be used to spill aatar mu.
ndroger: and oxygen whlcd
be iiured .luge tanks. Then during peaw
niars the gases wooTd e*
pjsssd rhrjugh Bac^n eelli
l> produce mtr.i elect;.
ie irai
t '-i.fl.rn Cmrtes g#rv"'
- t^ee,. i -?ttMMM>i'-:-^-
[HE BARBADOS SHiPPlNG& TRADING
COMPANY LIMITED
Iss;'! oi- <|, ci Ml
SHAKES OF *l
"IVE PKEFERENCl:
ACH, AT PAR
NOTMT '.' HEREBV niVEN that the lasue ol
he above Shares will he rl. aod en the 31it December,
11)52,: NlP application will be considered after that
Ttiesr Preference Share carry a fixed Cumulative
l'r- r6rentia! D.vidend at the late of 44'; per annum
a' .rank as to Dividend and return of Capital in
to the Ordinary Shares. Dividends will nor-
be payable by half-yearly instalments nn the
January and 31si Ju each year
Ii .~ desirous of '..> timing these Shares are
ad\i8t'd to apply as soon as possible cither through
tanker*. Solicitors, li.wstment dealers ur direct
to the Secretary of the (
By order ol the Board of Directors.
COLIN D E WILLIAMS.
Secretary
ISMMHSSei
THl SMARTtSl HOUSfWiVfS do you know
Always use "PETER'S" Cocoa
To buVd a healthy, happv family of note.
Thev never hesitate to quote;
"PETER'S Cocoa HOT or COLD
Is worth double its weight in gold."
Sold at all thr best Grocers
N lb. tin only 24 cents
>3 lb. tin only 48 cents
THIS IS A NESTl.E'S PRODUCT
*............*.......................................
2U- HERE'S
THE LUCKY
PETE SILVER
COWBOY OUTFIT
Broad Street
Only $1.50 a Set
at ADVOCATE STATIONERY
Greystone Hastings
'............'..........................


I
RDAY. NOVEMBER 1, lSi
BARBADOS ADVOI ATI
PAQt SEVtN
RICE CONTROL HINDERS COMMERCE
W.I. Commerce Cliambers
3 Urge Its Termination
fcjHb !? xurpor.itexl Chambers of Commerce of the Brit-
own I
UMfi
men--
The i
M
ark.
the 1
Gooitr
OCCMlc
i.n Ml.
passed
in Gr>
Am-

Research be established pret.
as a Branch of trw '
Irge rt the West !
lenlly lor the i
Airline Facilities
H'he'ru t h .
of Commerce
and tut- should he msil, .i.giesa is prepared to en-
dorse the general policy of
respective Tax on British ( iliaens '" the this and rats induslr. a
"-iSst^" "un" iccci',c'r:,^wo. iSr-rSoir
which the successive Otis anri Fats
:h;il Un
.- ithoul further
partlrul .r the Congress is i
Incorporated Caribbean Colonies stu .... the* Colonies in *hlc 1hiBUrw,veO "">;>
bean at their meeting in British Guiana October Chambers of Commerce of the sam, < -- A*^oni* 2 STk- Dro^Mon'
tion recommending to "all Canb- British Caribbean view with con- T, aat 1^^;^ un-
,ents the urgency of terminating Pnce Con ..I*^ &g SsPS^
cimmodily is not subject to ^ Csrlbbe.m to New York and Venezuelan HT, Tax between the United Kirwiom Gov- l" th* leirtirnate interest of
as this Control is serving no Europe. To meet these require- b,. u ny,,,iivd that this Ninth ernment ami the Government of u^*;i
urposo and ' retarding the enterprise ol Com- ments. thev urn*- the early estab- Congress of the Incoi United States which provides
.1 i>f such a route by Brtt- Chambers -1 Commerce of the ihat British Citizens holding L'nit-
ish West Indian Airways, the Na- Biitu.li Caribbean rfbtes with ap- ed States securities should be
tional Carrier, in eOMlHoti n the rapid economic- da- taxe : .it source at 15% Instead of
Hrili-r, i>\ C pmenl of Its neighbour \ present
tion zuela. and is convinced that rnanv And Whereas it has been Indl-
Be U Further Resolved that important upportuni'.ns exist rot rated that area Government* have
should it be impossible to implc- an increase in the reciprocal trade taken steps lu Implement this Re-
ment such a service. Her Maj< VenesutU and Ha*, len mtion
uons adopted read: to the Congress that hardships are
of Mark-l'iss imposed on local merchants and
Ninth ronaresi of **"* in lne^ Colonies in which
r^ted Chambers of Colonial Office Regulation No. 337
r the Caribbean had u enforced and under which all
.. ..,,, resolution *tore* required by the Government
0 in Business "' the Colonies must be purchased
1MB.
up In Business m^t^^"?.""A^ "r "J't^ <*ovei amenl give nleS n the In. i
Congteea held HjSJjJJ?* 8 U r the granting of the Rights to some atM | Congress ac- of
. n;< ' COMB Stttk
"li-ed th.it the members
this N< .isk their
other National Carrier to operate cordmtth con-
direct service between Barbados press for the appointment at ai
to pereuedv
And Whereas merchants and n..rbados J^Sm"T, :"h.
'"' '"'"' thev have lomt experience and *na "cw or*- l"*00 to* etssBMe* to end*
, the opinion ^mCZhSSL^uS^iJtT- Common Clarification the'the United States Government to
Congress that the retention JJJJ >* "SSSeni and cm nb- Whereas a common classifies- poasib.ln.es of this trade, and to seek Ifte early passing or the neees-
u.l is seeing no use- Il"?|^0|^22nt^^ tion for ^mrnodltles undoubtedly arrange I legislation ratif>.iV I
'ise^f Co^mer?cardm,< "" rJm^v.^wl^rices?&SSi Sonld^Toerided advant.gr nS e.t.on*of .xa.ion relief
-sol?aThat^Coneresi b? ^ Crow" Agen^- only in the operation of a Customs' at present obstruct or limit thb : thlg area
rSmunends t. aS cfrS And Whereas they provide em- Union, but also in preparation of trade -.ges that th.
rineVof Ptoymenl for an appreciable num- valuable trade and i Incorporated ( tembm shoul K. Tllx Vrx#u
!!u\ //I Ive, .f arsons and also provide ,. for the Hr.ii repres.nt.-d on the PW^'"0* Whereas the Col I **
r^nt 'ubtt^n'i.il Mi-n- of on, revenue A ad Whereas the Comiidagton on mlseJon The Congress cons.o. pan huve enaetad
, iTri,'? SerlertfronV Income Tax they the F, courage the estab-
llSld'M_ *h"uki beVnutled as taxpayers ti Dnior wlopm.nl of ~~
He these purchases by Gov- tail wilh the advanUig.-s e>rdingl> .inc. ts the 1 resldem u.
port Control exnWt-Snd thai to deprive o u- d imltarmn? take tonmedlato steps toptaee thJ*
the Ninth Congress of ,hrni ^ ,hls rlfiht is an undue and In Customs' it >nng resolution beta
)i poratcd Chambers or unnrPeSfarv hardship on local the Colonies and has drawn up a and before the Secretary of bta*e
Ciribbean had cnlCTprj,,,. "and labour form of classincation which would for the Color,n
: !^" And Whereas the Federation of be suit..Me for the area Hulk I'lirchasHn:
iPort Control passed at the ChambeT1 Qj Commerce of the Be II Reeoteed that those Brit- u sidered essen-
Congress held in Grenada BrlUBh Empire gitUng in London ish We Indian Governments Ua| tnat lh,. iVimary 1'rod
In
iMcjciS Is recorn. which ram oof ret don
rthcr than for reasons of Cor- |ul.ml ,hJ, ,,. s,.,,,.,,,^ ,,, gUta urjed to Uke such steps a
C. ,, be willed to In- |. nece>aar>-to inlrixlnce the 1..111-
: lhc nornu.1 func-

00 throuehnul the Area ^h<.uld bo
""' wsurcd of a fair return for the
Crulti of 11
trud CosODlal c...\.n.n.cnu to nion Customs' _Classillcatir.n_ ro- }le ,, Rtftolped lhal It..' hm
liberal
.n.mcndcd by the Customs'C.'in- luni,| t;,.vcrnnents
that tins Cnnaress o( lu.|iuh,llo No 337 a, might be mission for Trade and statistical
SLFSSSrZSS!: .iMe havln. regard lo prevail- purpo.
.1 Hi
esty's Government 1001110 be urged
to keep constantly In e*
KiTeel of (. A T T question of action needed to assure
. !n. ,ndu lahsat,.,. V'f "E.eu -
the British Caribbean area ha- remunerative price, lor^agrlcu
' ",'"!"' """of cTcurn.t.nce.-"nn to "the ln-
,,'. tefVsts not only of the mercantile
...itjcsbuto, the Colonies mu;.............. rSSTi*.....-'""" ^,0!,,,, that thl. C<
* !. ;.K.-.ol,,.d that the liovern- ^.^Sh^nc.^M.? iffi "iVh th? eeo......... I
\fuiual Conference
which frames the Oils and
Fats Agreement does not
represent adequately
through its delegates the
commercial and consumer
interests in the lenttonei
concern .Hi
(b) that even making proper
allowances for the claims of
copra producers it cammi
be a sound commercial pol-
log to permit the prices of
locally produced commodi-
ties such as laundry soap,
edible oils, lard and mai-
garlne to diverge so greutly
from the prices of eompwr-
.,11, mti-Ml ,i< ts Ukrl. 1
arts** from ihe apSH
the current agreement
(c) that the complete protection
at present given to the inl-
and Fats Industry needs
periodic review to ensure
tint efforts are being made
|0 improve the qud
I ......i -.-.!'
and
(d> that the fuither diiclop-
1 111 of 1..... ! F it
induslr> d.....and* condition*
of free trade within the area
:( meesiirn ol protection
are to lie continued
Un.- Congress aecordlniil* re-
solves that Qovernrnentg be urgeal
to press for an early i>
_-, Ihe terms of the current Oils ;.nd
provided by local ral> AfIM.in,.n, | lt. |hM q| m.
voteed at this Congres:
and bavg inede as the
ucemenl provision for re-
lief fiom Income Tax to persons
1 urisli Wng factories in connoctioo
industries and also In-
. i'iie Tax relief to shareholders in
such enterprises
l .id rVhereei this indiscemenl u
of negstlvc value both to manu-
tin United Kingdom
i ii pion
tin- Colonies and
Ihe Uiute-I KltiRdoni 1:..
jeh InduStrlM Olftltg to the apl'U-
,i.tion ol the Income Tax Act In
tht Uahed Kingdom which nullify
I ietU
legislat
"-' Congress
gigs: %S5?S&~
1 xpendlture
of the Brit- fo. "' naintci
Olet v., irutrue- ^"ASbKLl liTurJed to nbtoln ' '"'" ' "> "*'>?-
, ,,.,,,, through the Sf SJ.n^Vv'o'crea. t'ii. 8 " '"!
dc5!lr l.l mwhri*Snof?u3: ""' ASJenSnt !' TarSf. ami Windward
La-ySUre nics'^^r^Iy'deSendsV SWSHBS5 "or .!;
Whereas this Congress .nder- Government I ihe frent-
andl that in certain areas of U a relief in the
rd and Upward Island) ..:i(1| Kingdom to those persons
still bulk-purchased by
P........ie. by Crown Agents ^^^Ji^^}^ fSSSSsS^ B ZS^
it has been repented thc c Agcnts for theColon.es. ^^fa^etaCon^weelS er SfcS^Sff^SJS'-
Bureau of Standards Countries bom granting to the T" L Z S J F -' "
; Wherea, in view of the inc. ea- Brm8h Caribbean Colonies the ate Hulk 1 m' l'^'^ > ^ r
, ing Importance of Industry in the .gmo Preferential Import Duty mw "' "'" m.....u
; British Caribbean, and because of Tariffs as are enjoyed by the practice -
thc necessity lhal manufactured United Kingdom on certain of Its Uniform lnlo"P*r _
uties-espeeially food-be mi.nufacturcd good, imported into Wj^^'J'^SSS !TS Berbedo. and British GttltfM
Memorandum Submitled By
Trinidad lh-leeetes
Tl I ingress, having eonsld-
., in detail the ^Mom ol
,1 Oils and fat* Agi
nmenl Ihet tosry-anant which became effective
Government that they -ment which iwimp eneenve on
Pioneer Indus- September I, IBM. is V"**"**?
that they endorse the nrlnsi^e of mmn-
[W. Germany
Mans To Hun
Air Services
Krom DIMS M\KHN
I I''"
' '' "',,
Vest German RepubUc, 'I-
e Mretcce to id Weet Euro-
North and South
south Africa und East
u,thin twelve months.
ided by
, orad Adenauer ami his
iMicntly take for
,t ihe "end ho ocu-
atlon" convention (which nns
. Alh.-I ban on German gywjl
111 be llnally ratified by Christ-
t. And they hope to have the
I planes In the air by spring.
"Whether thc German estimate
(iiii-ui'i'- all i > oj me
lot next yen Is I.....P1""'?10;!
I || A1II.-.1
Hals. -T: :'" <
clal all "llfn"
ft indeed " '
Rul within .1 lew hours of the>
ision, Transport Mtn- I
! .;.h Scebohm.
^H, grev-haired and waving a big
Kk Ctgar, announced the news
tie west
i parliament.
ebohrn, .i rigkt-wlni .imtotor
n overelgnty In the
. f.,ur years, said
had decided to form
MSply company with
h.ilf-a-inlllion pounds.
.ey will i.c ubecrlbed
U^Hthe Federal Government, the
ivernmcnts, ctt*
and other transport In-
ti!e federal Iost Office
1 r.iihvays."
deeli el length with
Men of where the Ger-
-ihcir aircraft industry was
, out in the warare going
pind planes fin* their new ven-
dd, "will
lo operate in Europe.
south America.
A ^ia."
30 Planes
urrent plans are to establish
quickly as pos.Ml>le an opera-
.ui planes.
ould i- twin-
pgincd for medium distances, and
would be 4-e:igined airliners
tl ii.lie tups.
inee from
ta .said See-
phin. was about two years, and
ould bo "no good at all1 if
Germans were prevented in
i way from flying before 1835.
LSS
Ln HKh a manner
trti
OILS \M I ITS
At.RKKMKNT
\!< ino iiidunt Siihinilted
of uniform quality
those Dominions and
H.ill /fcsolced ihat a Bureau of "u Cerifl -nomalies pect of Trade nd.1^mmer.r,'i
preferably as will seriouMy hinder industrialisn- should be res
Co iblMsn
. la nivi
to tin- le
by growing i
ufuct
in-
n-'.i ire "i MnM
,il Industi te Ol
mi iheu conven.......rto
ired articles, and at the
e reeonim. tids that all
itandardg bt I
i branch of the University Collet;.' lllin ,n u,,. \\\ .i Indies -Governments in the Area
,f th. Wot Indies. Brit Resolved that this Congre.sl |i.. ,r flei|red that ^Pl
Bureau of Research places on record its grave concern Jrollcr of ^ ,l|"<'nu;,;,|'''" .,,, "mV
lew of the increas- that the above interpretollon of fbe asked i<
of industry in the the G.A.T.T. should have been al-l >t Buienu o
OTiereH In
aSiS*CariMierk end beeauee"ol towed to prswall, to the P^udtoi
thg necessity to discover il gn> -1 Uic vital inter.'!- -T Ho- Hut
available the
ought which 1&2.
I>elet;Btes seetlone Ol the .'immunity In each
This ".inth Congress of the In- Terr it or* should be kept fully in-
i I.H., .! Chambers of Commerce formed ol ths Brrangements pro-
; ;h, .'i'Ii Ctrlbta)mii has con- DOMd from tune to time in this
.UiT.I detail tl : of eoliiurtioii and be given lUlUblS
< i.l I.its Agreeinint which opportunities M entering fully
.i n
iHilug adra
istratix
ERY
. A PACE Of ENDEAVOUR
\IDIAS. AMO ACHItVtMlHT
Edited by Chapman Pincher
The day the
in i
Gei
i.
for
sklc
the

outgrew the
doctor's bag
doctor's
Mchii'vcincnl
Til!'. rtethoifCOMsymbol 0
authority ana badge ti
ihiiiKlt'il nonchalantly from even liic
votingcst houseman's while coalis outclassed.
Doctors at London's famed National Heart Hospital
have perfected a super-.stethosrope lo sharpen thr heart
. Microphones pirK up toe laintest sounds as the heart
valves close, an.plily them and record them on a photo-
60 the specialist gets a permanent record of a heart in
actiona record wnich tells him far more than the stetho-
scope from the "little blac-k bag."
called
The new device
phono card'^graph is so
sensitive that it is rei
that some of the fact* about
heart action P'
'aught to doctors are not
trlctlv true
The Idea of bulldlnx
robot recorder as .
stethoscope Is not new But
such a sensitive Insti
recordins heart toon I
three microphones r
rould not b.-
mosi modem eqatpmenl
became avail.
The start
TIM moot will not replace
>.['.', ..trthOEC.ope. It
will ne used exclusively by
specialists to analyse sua-
oondj nrst picked
up by ths r.unily doctor's
y ultra
FOOTNOTE: The principle
ope was d-
ID 1819 wh R
Laennee, .1 French p
U > a Jhect of pap'-r
and h Id it against a
patien
1
The Jet Car Is Coming
A ;
tUll.M IS
ret fi
B. Will.
the i
"If .
Mr.
Tim*
did, -
piston
Eine. ^
the etn
may 1
enough
poster
"In
ledge .
powered by a gas on lhe market within the next
possibility during the fnur or live years a sports car ln-
tive rsjeie, thinks Mr. corporsting ga* turbtne and
a. managing director of having a performance, both in re-
.w.pany. pect of speed and acreler.ition
oBpssss goes on writes an<| Cf fuel "which
1 lid give it a .mall bill rieftnite
1 the same rate as ii -:
:.eJp."
nuHgmon en- r
1 reasonable to hope that Earlier this year the Rover
aej >f [fag maD nut 00 Co .% pioneer gas turbine car
cntually hepome good end the flying mile at 156.196
a m p h Austin. Rolls-Royce, and
*it for smallei cars. Aimstrong-Sily>!< v .ire ,ilo car-
liqht of preeeM know- rying out lets on turbine cars
]" to ,,ul (From L

The Duke Of
Edinburgh
n..
i hi
lay '
The*
New British
Economy Car
A new three-wheel ivoiiuni;
tar with I niotr.i-.ytle lyp.- IWO-
,:ine n. iiitnoumei Ln I
British factory. l*rge enough W
iji.i two adults and a child, It
. ,,i bOU
. psg g.dlim.
model, celled Ihe
Petite, has a saloon body with
fabrk lop lhal can ix-' rolled back
in line ueallni. The 350 ""
i ii.i.k srheeli
of triple lubber belli. The
, ,1 obi it.ntroU.
with a """ gear
tftans* f"i Hie tiiiee^peed-and-
Tbs sngdne Ii
' a*eel
at the front.
Dtni i -I
i- (
ijoy Place, Promts
Precedence next to He
Tisae and Tide writes
many who huld that *\
and the precedence of i
sonages are Of >veraos*la asifc^
the "Cenlurv of the COflM roowosaesit -
yet It is ah Interesting, although a chance of establ i .- '.!?
not a paradoxical fact, that it is Britain DifnJty. honour, and tnt-
preciscly in Un
lury that the po Uon of our King* our Poyal House and it
and of Her present Majesty have these the question of pri
been most secure in the State and of ranks strictly definedha
In the hearts Of their f plsce In tl -
tent swept away and that
ba.i Inlng. B
i surround the Queen the
of honour, it U only fll-
tjnk iinil pi'
be laid down and main-

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TODWS NEWS FLASH
MODEL STEAM ENGINES i
TRAIN -
CAM1-
^^^BTS A SPADES
BUBBLE
ANNtTA
PLAY I
CHEST
Et<
In The T.v Department
JOHNSON'S STATIONERY
Now go and ask for:
MACAROHt
SVAIilll I .1
VtBMICftLl
CHICHI V SOU.-
pud awns
T
you
I nee any
iffleulty In nbtaininc
your supply of HONICi
Ring 'l\'M for
further Infonn
,\genU: HULL & SON
product of the British firm of A. ('
known for &t> years ar
I Iiikh quality sports ears
Hut it is not, their first VI
to this field: their first three
known as the Auto-Car
intioduced ii 19iM
Pi. Servici
3HX
BETTER
DmiNMS
with
CARIBEE
BITTERS

The ams/ing difference 1'crftodcnt
makes to your smile will thrill you!
In ont nv.A your teeth become
really while, brighter than c\cr
before? Thai's because Pcrtsodcnt
contains I num. This special in-
gredient tloais away dull him.
leave- TOOf iccih with a wonderful
Dm sparkle!
itum&d io
Nixr Cktn your tcvlh
-nit \\r>jii Do ihi
nhnniiitf n.1 ivcmnf, fuf
rniN Smik i mo row
minor aajaui you'll \m
h.m- a *cct ol PcpuJMM
mfeM row .--.it. whiur.
Him tinil. iiinply dauaat
ANNOUNCEMENT
We are pleased lo advise our Customers and
Friend* Ihat Mr. David Mat'Kenzie and Mr. Norman
Archer who both received a special traininji with th
Ford Motor Company Ltd. at Danenham. England
have returned to Barbados and have joined lhe staff
ol our Comjjany and are attached to our Service De-
partment. Togtthar with our present Staff you may
be assured that you will receive efficient and satis-
factory service.
Charles McEnearney & Co., Ltd.
?seeeeseeeeeeess>*>*?
wL
for
Inspection
time!
A\\\i////
i The tonic effect on-! |
..f ( AltlllKK HITTERS are
so outstimdlng th.>'
instantly improve the ap-
petite and add a zest to life.
ON SALE AT ALL
GROCEJtS
0 Inrl. ffvur /"/ i *##'** for
th* following
Tyres & Tubes (Goodyear)
Hruke Lining Sets
Hydraulic Brake Parts
IK-carbonislng Gasket Sels
Main and Connecting Kod Beariags
Fislon & Ring Sets
Lighting & Ignition Cables
Duralife Batteries 11. St 12 Vult i
Larquen & Thinners
(.i. .-M Birkinyre Canvas
Rear View Mirrors
Radiator Hose
A C Sparking Plugs
A C Fuel Pump l)i:i|lii.un .
M.'-Swift Fire Kxtlnguishers
Tyre Valve* and Gauges
Ktc. Etc., Etc.
MMi yoi$r rvuuirenwntM now
STOP AT
COURTESY GARAGE
(ROBF.KT TIIUM LIMITED)
Dial 4M1 White Park Road
IIIHII'llllllllllll
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PACE EIGHT
AMADOS ADVOCATE
CLASSIFIED ADS.!,,,m,r vn* ,,,,I,M *
SATURDAY. NOVIMBKK I. l
TtL("HU*H 2MI
IN MrMORI IM
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When an* n
Tlie M**> era. ttai

Rut only we oho -,...
The pain, a* MiMf without
IniM*
FOR KIM
AUTOaKrTIVr.
HOtJSF.S
I On-
I VI
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II other rwmUnrai Dial 01-11 D A
Brawn* sin**/ni. hi Jmhm
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BKA )', Dp.

IB iwaannabli offer refxtrd
' P*S A a**- .eleeUon melt.
US A* V*u|__..
IMI Morn* osjae*. Utf*.ta(
""/I COUHTMV (lARAOe Di.l
in. himw mm rn *
4 Mil YBAJ1
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ana the,, rhwr
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SI
(ully furntaheet
nousr bb
HaMlnir* ""lir.
4100
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Unlurtinin-d. 1 large bnlmom mm el.
it iMlrrn innvrnieflfr, A|>|>i-
1-yrtdala". Welch** Qnl
Chun* llll
"SBA COVF.-Wwrw..na Chrtet Chair
Far particular* Phone MM at tn^
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WAIWAW Or. m
roam* iiiriudlria
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lP '-HIOtM CoWm-m 1Mb,,
AM model, i >,,., Bu.nM.1... a^,,,
'lion Witt IrmpaMtur, **,
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KEAL ESTATE
'HAM'
IhlMtatfj A Ti
Olti*. Ci".>il
"l. bYbH
Charles Duncan 0'\eaU> automatic geax ckamge
fruaa |', 4
tiis n.n caratd iii-" opponents out of Uieir
too, inougnt wiu or -e Uir uncompromimng
i illUe bafll.nji Thej diu Socialist with whom hi U*uti-
,1 it hard to work
*ork wiiii tic fcawu naure boui
bocMlun ihan anv m rii -iK. rh- iiutn ! thai 0'Nd*lt bui-
.pBroacd i., iuuii prtablcn.. .\* mwtmkI inloMra-j
' '"' *. ii.ai ui mc joctiinait* Social- lil at tunes Pei-hap*. no man.
auu.f I ft atut m- Iolia>w*T. Uiowgh ince the time .,t S.raii* Jack-
_._ _:_.. -- 'ie/ bad (ew ol the ^dvaaUara ol man Ptcud. had borrat ao vast
i mm?i ".?17.- '.ill "*'' **" ,rU 'n'"^>'**lJ thai .. mponstMlity and it la do* too'
TJ1 *&,'' -t* AUCTION
By nMtriaHMfM rMiv*d tm ...
""mtaaaan-r f Pn *, | .
>tm'. StaUon x Mq .
i vrmttri r 1 p.,
'' TyaewrK. .* i *,,, ., Bai^
(! Hw\.
! made in thai same manner as lie seemed impulsive, imprudent
.:. a gre.ii iiiuwsi.dl vounU>. Th*> .:id sutncr-itu Mi- su|ireme ctm-
(taliaed that Barbados was an tilbution u thai he aroused the
"HrKultural cuminuiulj dnd that uimmumlv from n Irajur slumber.
a Socialist programme could noi < inphasised the necessity 'or Ut-
ba auoptaxi without cutnarornise. ter representation ol every class
fr'ui them it was sufflGMtnt li, i the cojiununlty and advocated
-uiout kwing sight of general ihe great series of reforms that
jiinoplcs. they could snaU.li I srsn to form thr charter of the
little concession here axry working class movement His
ueneh there, though the big ob- life was spent amid fter
Several of the Kolls-IU>y> and
Hffl u.ipiayad at Uk*
Motor Show which opened recenl-
lv In Ixmdon were rttled with a
lully auiomaUt ganrbeai. Tho
nvcr merely opeiaMa acceserater
nd brake pedals; the gear-chang-
ii.g ia done for him. No clutch-
pedal is required.
The system adopted tl the Hy-
tiramatic transmission developed
bf the United State* Ann uf
(ieneral Motorsthe nrm, inci-
OmtaOr, whieh Imllcls RoUs-Eoycc
Mm engine?, iii ihe United Statei
i:olis-Royce nave modltled the
.stem by introducing a cut-out.
. ikiwing the driver to do his own
.iiiginn if he ....
0V winding count">
Ho*tf-TVryfJi an.I Bti
ore produced* t>> tBJ

l>e t-qulppe.' *i"i fully autom-i'
gear change.L.E.8.
Canadian Clothes Industry
ottaw .\
of Lag combined output
Canada s women s and i
factory clothing industries, Mon-
treal factories account for 64 p-'i
cent and Toronto factories It* 33
per cent.
eVU.P
IMVEHNMENT mmim:
jL'ctive seemed as far awayy
! none of this teinporuung probablv
i- cause be had to work with men
roversies and implacable enmi-
ies. yet his courage was a thing
part and all Ihe time he kept be-
(JNDFR THK SILVER
HAMMER
UQUOR UCEN8I NOTICE
Iu2! 'Mf**-" x ""'-"^ "ass. -v*.
i. r Hud. hoUar of Laquo.
iIST'etL" *-*" Ndidtog i. hrar,
EJ* SSoJZ -T,,U^0,' "*.
lb>rhad t.. tMMn^r" al" O-'*' *i'' (',"''
* '' milhin [)(tt A
n-trd ti.,. ssui d-r of o,,.,
" A M.u^.n f^t
l-oln-f -Uflaktal..
m :i.nr.
al a Ijfiininii ran'i ', ii_
- Mlh day at Kovambrr 1MT it!
Yout.f lady (or Ofllr.
Aptilv in Ihr Uanafrr
B n ? i
Mar. Cwrlnflon A Malr .,
I.malr l na*sar Thr r-aarntK!
tin* ltidiiklt> ii" f-om SSO |fl
ac* and >i
" I a-yd rondl-
kpph i. a Mm.,.
.i*M m H,fn*r..iio., Bni,.
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.nS^?f?THATO,l,,- 'CB-sraior I cuble
roaS iaala. s vnf SMaraata* MoM
'"llT it*lrd Dm luvki .utdaid
"^* sh B>rl*. Ltd lM>na
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MISCKI.1.ANMHIK
MISCFI.I.ANEOlTfi
WAVTTIl
ou> goiji coins. Ural*, Diamond ft
end.Prrc-KiiM 'ewsUtfy, HlVaf Nrrvkr.
Halw. raprr WallhU. Sptcr A .null
rasa. Ensmala, Curio*
OOimiNGM ANTtgl'K SHOP ITpp-fl
Bay 81 TWIephanr 44M
SS 10 5Sii
ITIIMIVAI
Coldraloi
I inodrl. MTond hand, rstc
1
1 itir. Ltd l-h.,a aSSB
WATCH ll|j\ln*
BSttoa Baodvli Wall n
erwiral LWcUic Sale
POULTRY
ni VtrmouUi

LIVESTOCK
Tha pul.li. .r. lirtrby warnad aaa|n*i
HVrM i adil io in. if.. i-iiiJ~
AUAVll-l' .nrr WATKINSi in 1 da no!
hold myt'H i.i-.i.mii.,. int itt or anjr-
*a alae ronlracllns any dbl oi dabta
In my niimr unlr*. bv ,i wrlltafi oidn
ia-n^ b)
Slfna.t CECIL AI.I.Vil'1- Sar|aanl'*
Vlllata (hi.i i .
Holrx Wsmlrhre.
LOUIS L. MAVl.l V
BolUan Lane
Qood New
for Womei\
Especially those u>ho I
Are Harried
IT's plain common mom to
be cautious about new Ideas.
until tlu-.y're proved to be
good as well as new Bui
'!)" you know that thous-
amls and thousands of wo-
men have tried out a new
Idea, and found It heller In
every u-a^. It's sheer preju-
dice to cling Io the old-
fashioned methods.
Undreamed of Comfort
Taut Tnnpax. for example.
Thi> now cofiiplrtrlp dif/er-
cn! form of monthly sanitary
protection has brought un-
dreamed of comfort to
countless women, who hesi-
tated at first about testing
it. Designed by a doctor,
with specialised knowledge
it women's problems on
those difficult days', Tampax
U trorn Internallp, It's dain-
tier, safer, simpler. It's quite 5
Invisible and cannot cause \
ernbnrnissoient chafing or *
discomfort. Easily dispos-
able, too
A Personal Test
Why not test Tampax vou
self Write or call at the
address In-low and ask for a \
free sample of either Regu- o
lar Tampax No. 1 (suitable ^
for all normal needs) or \
Super Absorbent Tampax *J
No. 2. which gives 40* *
more absorbency for those a
who need more than average o
protection Samples will be V
sent under plain cover. a
KNIGHTS LTD.
No. 38 Broad Stree'
>-,*,*.'-'.',.'--.,''''''''''''-"''-'
I'l ll'KS I .,,. I!,,., I,.. M.,,,|, p _,
a* f^L "Sped^d linn, Pjujiaiid Apply
Km J W Oaandlar. Todda Phi.n, mLIji.
i ii asan.
MECHANICAL
AOIUCULTIJRAI. BQinnonT Uv
Jar, h, u^drr. icrra
Side d'livrw Itakaa. Plough*, PSche..,
m~_________ JO 10 M an
roM BAUt
M1K< RLLANEOI'S
H-a.. T,p-V- |5T '.....1-"e'
r.i*n..0 ..prlZt and a.i
nr.*aa Aim CHa*r. Taa Trolla, ftu, "** *
hfrtI N-lalamd. OtwaaMni T.hka 'fWlg-
'""*"" OISSS a. Chin- nins, npl,
ft TVa flarvics i-n.i ... )n W.X ., ,i
irdrH tfatna |aari rnrii* ar I
> lira* nraa. Tray- m Han. B4Ba Un- '
|*>ho were not all highly educated, tore him the vision of an island
j hg could be unreasonably obstin- where upportunltiea would one
ate at times He would, it has day be open to all men IrTetpec-
tcen recorded, -go in the ottsei | .,. I(f class, colour or creed
nirection without apparent reason, [jkdj Preicod. he had the burden
stick to a point langcr thi- whole pro- ihe meat of the Inbmuing people
tin hll brow and the gjeam of the
.-^_ ... ^ cigle |n his eye And like hie
spm. ol ih, ..ngularllies ^
mi erften cnaraictari.so
Vacant Past of SupwinUodrat of Public Market. Barbado-.
the poet of Superintendent of the
un and a temporary noa-peoaionabl'
iL'-willed man. O'Neaie had .<
mple unaffected chami whld
he love of nil who knew
They remember him
idinkraa. rtnsar haain* >'">',-" Iman whose Mm pic habits re-
andah Chair. Hand painW j lreshe.1 hll,i for the great battle
'_**_?*" |thnt made constant inroads int"
,hls health
great predecessor, he was
t.imcl in battle by the strength
of his gonvictions and by an
.ihiding faith in his own people.
I Next Saturday
HARRY OOODINf.1
noukta
ii i<< pad 4 Inrlnai
'--- Mi'd A pa
'.'.i- Uaaa pr- i<-* p***
V,-dR.n- Cabi-H .1 m M-h-aa rj
'amtad P<-aaaa. DraaMni Tablaa |>
Trurli. 7 Plurrrt Oil fW'
Mats a ir..., n r. iwrria
wnrklnc r.r<1- LalSW
i'-iv-(i. bfsIn a w*HM'
Frrr," mid I
ind strength. They re-
n.ilt him as lover of flowers a:.
j oho who was i,ever so happy |
I When he was working In hi
kitchen garden or surrounded b^
a brood of pure bred Plymouti
" clrj. They see him still as the
Canadian
Brevities
OTTAWA.
Canada's annual production ot
anned dog and cat food totalled
B*>

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iTeilng B| BSS3 each Apply Tat
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Hvlns In Uarbadoa t>r Air only fa
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ovtat arssa mould and maklna
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SO IS H
itmasoN wmcci. TKACTOH Now
A Ihnr Tr^lor. then, a,*
mmeTouo atlarbmanta lor cultivation
"ii Traniport purpoaea Your enquiry
', 'Z*']",'n* COURTTSY <1ARA(IC
Mai eBis jo io ij fln
i.HAMoPiKmn Juat aottvad acnaU
iSSSasat o* Cot.in.bi. OramatMionaa
ll'HT in. IVf*J ,,:ll|l r.
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si in u a.
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SHipaaant arrived In lime li latf.
'"" Hydeaulii- Unkase fv hnpli nii-i.i
alao availatoai. M ,0 M B,
HBCOKD C1IANGUM.~ TWii
>".(. apt ad, laannd hand
fclactrtc gate* A MrvWt LM
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OLIVCTT1 iH 441 Typaw
i>i. from Stock at
i.lih. a* lolloara
an. San a Co
MIM I I I \M (l S
Ifpreaentallve
HiiriJAc Pur* t
Shellac < < p1
. ,.. pt as 71 ang
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lAHPWAHr HTOlir. HrMAO
'! 1141 ang am.
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I'fidan Cri*|p. Mahna-o. ItlWtl Be,'
*"*' ""**- naok
RrrAvwrst .oi-vtv ro
Aaeflnn-
l n nssn
Thieve* Attack
And Rob
Two Residences
JAMRS OITTENS of Char ocks
Christ Church, reported to thai
Police that he was attacked at his
home at about 8.00 p.r on
Wrdnesdav bv two unknowr men.
He stated that they entered his
cdroorn and took 113 30 t->fof*>
unnlng swsv
LAWRENCE BRATHWAITK of
Station Hill. St. Michael, repertsd
hat his house was broken and
ntered between 7.00 p.m on
'Vrdnesdav an<| ft.48 s m. on
Thursday and n Meycle valued;
%** stolen.
In Touch With Barbados
Coastal Station
( AHI.E AN! WllUjr.lS
iviae thai they paa i.mv .-.
lih Ilia fallowma *hrp* Ir.
na Del I" !-
l^-iilr Uuatei-.l.
Amarican Co.m
Una. a a KongasMn
I > Hyaraa, * babel, Hard..'
VUlanejer. * Tekla, a Day lot ..*
' Tectanu. . Maranhao aj
i Alcoa Pu'ium. Btantot. ^
l.uiten. Ampnr Callfomi. .
suuwait. Oreenh.yen Trail* -
*.-ee*aor. * Remote! a. OranfSMad
Saa Rreeie. Tindi -
Viklnien. Mo.mar.nrf leM
Raarnt la>pard, II blrMlarnt.
Slledretht. a a rioranlta, Alcoa
lularia. Polka Bernadottr *
Colombl*. . Cavlna. *a.
Awakura
l^lghjtrul host who entertained 20.704 totu'worth $4,011,377 al las*
Fits guests with rlasslcal music poyntB.r.P-
.ind with endless discussions or a *
poetry, astronomy and tha breed- OTTAWA
;ng or alredales They remember Thl. ., expensive tobacco
n hi ^^uff*/^ mufortune-- ariwn in Cilll8rta in IBM was the
Mint? n,.E^e K "^V hi*181 "' "b^ >* P"* V'",,V Which
ST.JX. W,2l! r -9" i* -rage fm price
ApplicaUoiu are invited foi
i'uWic Market. Barbado,
The aalar> is 83.800 per anni
per annum. Contributions to tin- Widows and Orphans Pensii.'
Scheme at the rate of 4% of salary are normally deducted.
The post is pensionable and appointment will be on probation foi
two years in the ilrn instaiice and subject t.. medical rttries* .PaMIgS"
for ihe officer and his family to Barbados will be paid up to a max. -
mum of $1,440 and leave passages wlU be granted for the officer an...
his wife after a minimum tour of three and a half years
The officer will be responsible tor
(a) the proper rruuiagemciu of the market including sanita-
Uon and cold storage, rental of property, collection of
fees and rents and Keeping of books;
(b> the inspection of meat slaughtered and sold in th.
Public Market;
(c) the testing of weights, measures and Kales and weigh-
bridges
Candidates should be qualified to inspect meat. Previous experi-
ence of abattoir and meat market management and meat inspection
would be an advantage.
idrrgo a period Of
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The succeMful applicant may be required to i
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Application.- giving detail, a. to aac, quabncatlons and experi-
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Hridfetnun, Barbados, so as to reach him before the 15th of Novembe.
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BARBADOS ADVOCATE
s VII ROAV, \ll\l Mill K 1. 152
24 Entries
For Beer
Mug Golf
that they
K-ii uiat

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.lit) up to
re going

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bath ii ksos
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4 ii..- m-rkBMO 11|(. ,nI 0, ,iC| llf me mian
.. ,.,. .ii! M Ofl II UM
Mr ,N H *..... Qnif and Country Oub this anT-
' '""' "'"' ***** noon la too monthly Bm mur
ihe ttnlfi <.f tnc An.hoi Cup , ..,, Two aaeen player*
... igbtton-hole
"'"P-1 struggle against par
hi* fell Wl!]i ;, ( handicap xlbwincf, and
'
mi
ftJIltl1 S HEADLINE
VISITING MARKSMEN ENJOY TOUR
Teams Do Well In
Difficult Light
'.y ended Barbados Rifle Association tourna-
ilunity for many of our ynuiu'
ii Barbados. Dr. E Richard-
captain ol the Tiimdad side which won the Anchor
i A.kocatc yesterday. He said thai they had
enjoyed the tour.
"And hai ..ok
I.W IU fcnou III
-Of pol'"'K '"*
U.S. Wrrfitxi
League Cricket Notes
H> SCK1BHLKK
T*.. Ol UM Police Boyt' Club*
batsmen added their names to the
lint of century maker* this leaann lv h|. a, lo *,,, int>
in league Cricket. In the Central ln ,pe ,3^,. C|ub aecond
Uos-d M Hill 111 rj took 6 for 26- l-ewls
dial of 211 fur 3 ds*in.t ,, (joy,- club look fl Middle-
Drx Mall and O M M .,,.. mihap wickets for 8
ngaln*I Belleplaine brought tat* Min,
richer. t the> club*. This >* Liberty at the clone of play Ogt-
Boy* Chal


joyed
.l.i
! -'" ninwd foi
...
lead of 59 run* against
urde
For Liberty Smart lok 4 for
Club plajrad three Agun loon)* u ()ju<. ;," fl(| s gnd i Hunt* I : '
uml against Nurthei n PYogressive. 4
bette Mored n.l l. St ,
J..NU flub. Ill lot U. Blackmail
In Ihc Boys' Club match against t- M jj.^,. 21 were the br*t
Drax Hall. V. Ma.-wiah contril
05 to Ihr total. Drax Hall h* Aral and were dismissed Dismissal of three wicket* will *am' 0^*, n'
(Or 131. St. Hill took 7 for 34, J give SI. Matthias victory loday In century was Ihe
Innis 3 for 34 and O. Hendley 1 the game against Advocate. St. ''
Cvrlone Ahead
Cyi Ion i' bid wa
a*- hotly challenged bv Highland oi
> Saturday. In the la*t fev.
Highland aeemed to have gathered
new strength and arttl
ampionship table
' to make a fight of it.
Highland had Bret knock and
the Cycleaw kowlers pinned them
down l. .11 OtM ball --'. Nik
it nut out btc ngture
F i Cyi kMM ID
2 Ml ll v
3 f.-r ii and I > I

flirt thn.
Iota] of foul rural
batujed Ihe
Mfftafl 21

itt 88 for 7
its ii\r\i'\
Mr. Vroaks And
Mr. Sultan
lioat W.L Shot*
C ;' il
or i., ^**_-..
Mi batted first lo score 168. Apart from Lewis the only other >i-
In the Boys' Club match against To this total U Applewhuile con- batsman to reach double figures i
Dclleplalne E. Phillips scored 22 t| ibutwi 04, Mr. Brathwaite 30 not * ""'sell 11.
nd the mini during the day's ptgor l(llt iin,i u Wolcott 30. For Ad- ,n g coring garhe at Car-
was 192 vocotc George King took 5 for "ngtor^ Village thauibvrlain seem
61 (1 Sobers 4 for 47 IO bo 'arinK none too well ngalnst
Viclurv for Dunes Belfleld "B". ChamlH-rlain batted
Advocate caUapaod for 36 In lint to score 41 and Belllcld re-
Danes scored a victory against their flrsl inning*. Daniel took H plied with 37. For Belfleld E.
IghUW at the Pool. Danes were for 4 ad Walcotl I for 14. Asked Austin took 3 for 1. E. Dy.il 4
iohnslone. an out for 1S4 in their first in- t0 follow on. Advocate again for 10 and K. Davis 2 for 3. For
- "I'hTn."';*' luiured in Chairman of lh.- British West In- nings and dismissed Brighton IB* found run-getting a problem and Chamberlain Howe took 3 for 10
lo Ted dO Shooting Council, and Com- K2 Brighton bowlers held the ui- Ahen slumps were drawn for the and F. Howard 4 for 17.
. I ,,, dm*- sheet mandam ol ttg Wt Indlei Team iUatlve In the second innings and ,)a% ~ wickets had fallen for 10 At ihe
, ,: whcn at Hate* in l50 -aid he COR- I DM for 7 Carter uns. Daniel aeein di I the damage tain bad
did bad- Keith Murphy rode home the wln-
ly t any range. .. a fal
..num.
who had hern salectefl mail, i.m and form expert, has ,..-
10 rVpreaeni Tnnidid on lormt. Heji anyone to name ihe first three "j In
> I...* tfhMu. in thin month's event with 1 day. Ki ndal should be successful in nings at a total of N, Rangi
he SS time. mZ. STV ^hitorewgidteSi OCasWhO "'dded that three Ol four the bid for victory l-day against ^rted their s-cond iun..^ with
. ,umn 1*iS years ago. Colonel .! Connell was WhIU Rose. On Ihe first day of ,cad of 74 and their batsmen
nearest a.eompli. hing J^^ JJj Iliat|um(lf bu, nf uUy u/hite Rose hr.tsmen col- indulging In a spate Ol run fcet-
ThO draw, starting times and !'u:- np " Bs* repr^uejgd thai IapM _for_46^and Kendal replied t,ng scored 206. W. Clarke top-
cttnlrlbutiiiK > iw^V^HSCbV
lexion of 'he ^*p
idefeateri half -
... 1.....i___

nandaiil of the West Indies Team dlallvc m the second innings and ,la% 7 wickets had fallen for 10
l50 said he con- dismissed Danes for 73. Carter ruoe, u.im-i again did the damage la'"
MTi F'.lton Crook, winner \^.,k ~. for 40 Brighton batsmen ;:,jcing 7 for 7. So far in this run
ne he has laken II for 11 Matched Forfeited
i.miioued their match Belmont failed to return
Rangers "A" and added Romans on U of thel
the W. Indsei tOl 14 and Alleyne 3 for 23. another 23 runs to close their in- game and BO forfeited Ihe match!
Ki ndal v!i >u!d ' > < '
U n|i' liome Ihe win- s"i" "" r-non roo. winner tot.* lr *u orin(on iMtomini ::dting
hi Held of ilfleen plav- ond ^'r- J- A S(if:.>n. rUsUagff up however failed lo exploit the posl- gjame h'
ui the masU i inathe- '"' I'"' "Wogart Cup" in Ihe inoot t on and were all out for 55. Hoyte q^^
1 form expert, has de- iUft completed, the beat tWO ored 23 while Estwick took 4 B8ainst
W J|J|aaaP J
' THIS WEEK.
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wefj at 500 yards
' I ioks. by
the '.v ,. 1
rivm-. 1 momeni
'ing h
nier nhol oig
the British West Indies**, Di fl
fJeoa ended. J
Mr. J. A Button, skipiier of Ihe*
m, said tiwit;
rhev h-d a very enjoyable tour
and were verv appreciative of
'he lime ihey hiid.
itnlrx Wait Ii. s
LOCIS L. BATLET
wuh 105. E. Estwick cr.nlribuyjw ..-c.ipd with 47. C. Yea
00. L. Harewood look 5 tor 27. M :i; and I. Barker M.
Iffl.vlirs 4 for 30. While Roae Im- Colts net with the task of s<-<
proved considerably In their aec- usil r..r victory hnvr lo.t lot
or.d inningx. with a total of 147. their best bars for 28 runs.
Estwick took 5 for S4. Roach 2 for ttlU need 252 to avoid defeat.
U.
Full Points Performance*
ood hit
in
handicap ol Um players: ""ah atandarii ol form which he
. .., -H. Vidmer (41. Victor hM Munlly shown.
;i. Stnnton Toppln (ll. Cll| Connell. he said, still holds
laymond Norrls OT) ,he record for the ben score In
1.50 p.m.Colin Bayley (101 ,hr Anchor Cup I4H out ol
f< hn Groce (lo). I^rd DanKan possible 150
24i William C.raimun, (211 of Mr. Nonnan Hum,,. (Trin-
.. r, v'iZ .. ?.?, S"tone said: "he b
iiiT r EU? ,,,,' MurPhy ulte a ew comer to rifle .hoot- Middlesex further consolidated W. Clarke of Rangers scored his
ikr, .._ \li a.Li____ ,-. '"' having started In August their position at the head of the thud consecutive 30 against Colts
. t ul ZLTTV., IS Z ''' "" " hlls "lured very prom- hainuioushlp table in the Car- on Saturday. Ills 30's were against J
173, i it-iL-n ifi. Tcmpro n""1 '" 'he prize lists on the nsle division by a handaom Hordrau 187. Colt. 34 and 47.
favourably Impressed ',,;, ?. ',,-' k ,,., Intercolonial meeting just con- victory against Bay Street Boys In the game against Advocate.
They weie very favourably *, P'PJ: ~ l!?f!*n *1D':. eluded, having won the- Him llav Street Bovs began the mat.'. O. Daniel of St. Matthias look his
i . I with the liospltallty ol !""'" <>"' ""',' Osborne (151. pllz wlth t.XCellent wres. one lull of hopes lor victory as the) 14th wicket. Rudder ol Middl.
the Barbadians. Although B.O. . 1 n i .... b"nl uoss'hle at 500 yard.. look the nrst Innings lead with u took Ins llllielh arlekal In In*
lo Trinidad, he was certain n !,.{!"?: J" "',?mln : H Hi. brilliant performance score of 38 against 22. Middlesex match against Boys'club S. Lewis
D.HInkaon (24). C. Bellamy (18). pUfl him first In lh.
BeltoTi Lane
DANCE
A FR1NTKI) COTTON
FABRIC(suitable fr
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House Couts and Swim
Suits .lb wide
Only 84c. Yd.
that both learns enjoyed Dar-
b ioV
Fiom the shooltng point
view, he (ell that the meeting
great success and
Hirbado* tor m
.....
I BU only hojie thai when ...
tdlana cotne to Hi ttUgh dsq
:' 1 can i-lievc 'hat ,hc> Brgggi
have a* CikkI a lime .
Fetlnv wns "uvrmwrr ' " "art airesn the "Mr. Hunter." he sa
king such plnres on thr tp.(m 1() Iuvvl l(K, Hi Mliilll*ili;;ii."i|'i'
that Ihey
had enjoyed themselves." Mr.

left 1
lei i Colin Thomas (U(. AairiCBate __ the a
The ladies- Ladder will end on ^Steady shSotihK '
mber 15 and start afresh the "Mr. Hunter.' he said, has an
him, and
nun his help.
rhurs- mg has probably helped him
My "
Iteferiiiig to Ml Joseph Crooks,
brother of Mr. Kir..., CrOOS .
Captain Johnstone said, "If he
nvnllv maintains interest in rllle hoot-
ing, it will no| be long bofto
rival to his
Grand however, fought
ten to missed the
din- of Cyclone ha:
I for 44 and in rr- the season.
Ilu-c-.li
Ihe lop ,,f the li.-t 01
k-hen she defeated
i Wilson, who has held the
I.....nire than
They 11 Do It Every Time -.<
fortnight.
Mia. Vidmer. who L .
the Nn. 3. will meet Mi- Wilson
lomorrow, the winner lo piny Mrs Lv
I 'XI Saturday. brnlher,
ISLAND
INDUSTRY
The ballroom of Ihe Fairfleld
HonUun Bay.
Jamaica, this month ill l. put
aUffereni purpoao from

Of the West Indian Con-
Noveml rr 24 to
4. Atietuiinp win be the
li of the four M.iii.i pow-
Cai bba Bril tin.
1 ! ai.d Holland

i 1 i ,
i roncemi itself malnl)
I loetal weii-
T W< Indi in CooH rotv i
rirovMea reeuler means ol eon-
. rsn srlth ,-itiii between dele-
(1 'nat-
* ' nn'mon Into real Thisft
i.,- m
in, voesilnnnl tram
H rrhei- meeure in in-
i lucth i'v The Coiifer-

London Students Will
Study Atomic Energy
Did
You Know?
tt> SIDNEY ROBIN
lX>NDON.
That hundreds of pun tent write
to ii .r,., (., i i hi .plaining oi
Mini cheated by boota .
i .r- ,. th.- ,,,. The rlub ulwaj s icplles that H
i. n Cornmls- cennot Intervene, but it win
warn off' any defaullinu booK-
lk,,> "-p m u Us Tatti-isalK
Mi.ii ihe /oeltea Clab Is re-
ptuvd r<- fie ihe rtehegi six-nmu
Nuclear angineei ma f.n mri
part of the undergraduate train-
ing at London University arson
the new tern bcituii m i I
It was introduced into tlio
it Queii Mar.
College. Mne Knd Hoad. and It.i-
W*J the Ant tune that nuclci-
Ihe Iralnlnj; lor Mu- IIS.. deyr
n.. tuaents i-tkion the course
wdi carry n.n Khour xper.i...
,ii ., Igborator] yual completed si
the college
rder to make the subject
'lai'ii.miNioi in Hrilatn exvev* "l'fl orie- w*s
in lli.i l'.....l.-ll 1^___; _., i. ll.V" l.!cii.ri4i ii.n.
f'oofball Ainu
own two racf-CourtCM in New-
market Health traiidnu (.rounds.
WM .iree.-U.iu sliids. a yolf club.
50 cottage*, twu farm*and a
shop icntch mau sell 'onlb
lenl.i.T iKMtds. icypinpa att
Ol'd'Cs."
Thai it getl fl4.000 a year r
work In nuclear
slmultoneoul>
";^,:":^e^ ''-"".^--'".- ^--'-'"-"Jniirir,^
ti.i.r H-e..li h
physics going
wtUl the training of the students."
Mr Kenneth Mansflcld, a lec-
turer attached (o the depart men t
said.
Atomic Artillery'
'The new I.......iii.,. known ai
the nu I ei purticles laboratory.
' V.' lndlr.il prohlems.
Pickwick XI
\ vrsus tiiilish
A PICKWICK XI will puu
.
riatle Sporti CruJ I.
ami start and con-
unta i < \ Sui
The following will pla.
dckiw.
I. Tnomas (Capt). T
i.ieemdi:e.
dfcW c;reenidgc. M. Lashley, A
w!.' nil r, ( Butler, J. Hoad, F
Kli tehei and H Armstrong.
irlisl.s learn is as follows: Jockey Club, Women
. cinu.uuu from Newmarke: , ,\ ;tn (.|,
' Itl which may
[arms and rcnl roll, ai d wn i
i untii.-lv ,,f Utouaanda ..i p unoa
-nnuallj ii.. licei
fees.
Thoi ailhnuffh il map rank
i- the tab In Ihe
IDOrhf, rHcrnbi'shlp subscripfioti
Is only 10 a year. Hui to hire
a bedroom cxttt 54 a iicnr. a
aaatO
That the hide panelled room
it. which ihe Stewards sit in
f ! Judgment is iKtuttd-proof, it ins
double doors, the oustT cadded
Year- three Inches thick.
That every rtigning monarch
since the beginrntut ol Ihe 19th
century except Queen ViOtorll
has been a member of the
barred
treataue generator
itually be used
lUimi i ill. i \ |or shom-
ruelge down tn
i tot lube
'We shall be studying here tho
l loblem of accelerator machines
which are use ic-, end at the same tune. wo
shall lie slud.viin: also Ihc indus-
trial applications ,.f radfe
isob p"
"CrMlte a laree number of siu-,
dents hove enrolled for the new
course and when their tralrdtVJ
is oompasted. it is hoped that lhc\
will be able to apply their
knowledge of theae new tech-
niques in industry and in the
I ; nnenl service."
-LIS
FERGOTEX
K King. C. rjowriea, C. Fenly. The radni world is now asking:
' l' II 1.1. I. Taile. n Will Ihe Jockey Club -how ds
Ford, ' nTatta s Bone, a. appreciation of the new plrH
O Butcher, (I2th man).
nbroau hy trying to secure the,
paintahltl
fi'minific
USE
GYN0MIN
TABLETS
! i -he Medical
I't tie*- n I"1 25 years.
I etarraand Safe
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Bollt these Products are Termile-Proof
Also
MOULDINGS in
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i 4'J7
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