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PACt KlfiHT BAKBADOS ADMX ATK TltSUAV. NOYKMBtK t. 1M2 Y.M.P.C. Defeat Spartan By 7 Wickets %  orris Six It Other Intermediate Matches Drawn THK TENTH ROUND 111 in' MTtai ->f Intermediate kg*, ended last Saturday and acsin lean low scores. At some grounds spectators mm bright inrki'i and others wen* somewhat dead and slow. Onl> DM team secured n OUlngiii rtciory, all Ihe eta* wars m drawn games. Y.M.P.C. won UM match over Spartan b> thntrun > • • • i • o t • II I Mil Ut fO! .1 Itt %  ** %  TSUI Chase top scorim. with 13. In l r BHWMil % %  < MITO* second inninKs W. Cumbcrbat i top scored with 20 Ivf-iCW>JIMS Qd r -Tm i E run out, they were all out fo Bowling for Y.M.P.C I Burk' •"';• took threewickets for 15 runs Ml QVOtS, Y.M.P.C. in their first InnU took s U to by ii > i'.ranker top a 29. In the second Innings thmade 80 fui three to allov. I '.Inmatch lattai The Cable tad Wireless-M< Hospital match wan draw* I i fli l r.n -i wtckMi i is ">ning. and were all out lor IIHUIIMI. -Mi MYiSlOX: •a %  %  . %  i l> Will.am. in-p-l wKpt. a Blanker %  1. WllllaiTU IMar.hall c Mr **aly b Urankrr •|-l %  ()• b Blanker I on b Urankrr .'.r vith PTansoIr 23 SD out IBFor the Mental HQSI.II. I V. Todd and J. \Vilt.-,hir,took tbras arid io an 22 %  %  .civ lii I he Hospital's 111' I Willi.mtop KOTOd with IB tok threr for 18 runs in in OVI I Combcrmerc madr 12!i tirst innings and the replied with 181. In tl %  oeond Innings U> them for 85. R. Marshall opaofaa bat for Carlton U>i> scored with M before bo was i auajhl by Mr. Sealy off the bowling of ne Rat the Ool] bat .man in hi' team to reach rtoiihlo Bcuaja, Bowling for the school Breaks took frur wicket* for 29 run.in 14 In i ho IVkwick-Wamlci. a match played at the Boy Wandercis batted the whole the Mm d in IM > to thnt score Pickwick wenl to work on the second and last day and _1 Close of play tl,,%  reading 244 for ..11 II K %  ;'nd C. Evelyn scored 47 and 3: i ..itrawn. Tlic • i. h>n. h r< . and 37 ..:> %  i" Cvrltn acofvd 41 lamti and WATER POLO: %  %  •• n. A Taylor. M We I n-nrluiian \\ ins Mkldliw.i^hl Bout PARIS, No\ 3. Hume/. „f rnaos won i ban. • i MOD ovet <;, %  %  II >i Mn rorh on Monday n>ght in a middleweight i-.ut lenga i u„ the world n:i. """ "'"" I i po*i loading mld K 11 N Wood : i i B Chaaa b riniVr C Woort run out i I I JanuMii „pd „„, a I %  UOIALING ANALValH II. Aii. 1.1 B | t: Brankpr in I K Pi 10 t a K Brar-.kri b C Clue. • H K> |.b I > r. Mandevill* %  %  ei-ii III I %  lacked %  > ed alter the M vini'i clinched %  to shake Hun %  i i hi I r. garb) II tin IIIKII vtui rapid i ins to ihrface, bui UM >>f the lout lacked action Fairly in the eighth round. Humes forced Halnrton to retreat, %  haldtlf hllTl w th |xwerful left and right jabs Although the score was. not disclosed, ragsitM l .-I v.'i i I. UN dj llumer with live, and HalrStOfl with three %  we ghed 144 5 kilos Hume/ 143.5 In an eight round middleweight bout Mickey Uiurent (France) ..utpoinu-d Spain's Antonio Soldillla -iT .r. Sugar Kay May fight Kid Gavilan NEW YORK llobiiiMin savs M ii "deboUng 1 .1 nuddlewctght i I wilh Kid Gavilan. of %  her-weighl %  b noxi yeai Meanwhile, Sugar Ray is guiiii; t„ bo i dancer Reported salary Id* — more th.m C 10,000 fur ,i I.irtiught of -how ^__^_^ —L.E.S. Trinidad liitn-a.-r IlU<_* I Vojililllililr POBT-OF-SPAIN, Nov. I d I'uif Club toda> %  will tO ; Allan Brown Gol Winner For Scotland LONDON. A player who once threatena.1 rot class soccer and bc<<.ach wilh a minor league club was the architect Of 2I victory of Wale* In the International at Ninian Park last week His name' Allan Brown inside right, and scorer of the Scots' equalising BMl Allan, together with George Aitken. who was Scotland's leftIialf, refuted to re-sign for East Kife at the o-mmencement of the 1950-51 season bocause their reiiuest for a transfer was .fused With ihe players and the directors declining to give way there was a deadlock The sea •%  ( which began in August passed into September. October November and into IWcembc! with neither man kicking a ball The battle nearly reached legul propor ti ons with the two players preparing l" take the club to court for not allowing them % %  earn their living by their chosen Fm .ithough not payed any wages. Brown and Aitken were retained players, and at such not allowed by the rules of the Scottish FA to Join any other club as players Thus it was that Brown nearly forsook Scotland to Join the F'ntflish minor league club Ion Rovers, as coach Calamity Averted This calamity to Scottish soci w.is fiutunatcU .iverted In ember, when just a week before Christmas. East Fife pui for tr.msfer Tinannouncement brought • %  rush of would-be buyers, and the transfer developed into an aucUoo Blackpool emerged as thu. highest bidder for Brown wit*' an offer of 128.000 and Aitkei. went to Sunderland. But Allan, out of touch with he game 0" * lon 8 — during .he period of dispute he had beei working in mi engineering tac lory — found it uifflcult to Un. iu football leg 1 when he rv.timed to the first class game Despite ossldlous training, h' tODJld he could not keep pact with First Division soccer ano iiore important still, the edge bod gone from his football sense No long.'! .iii exploit it as before Many doubted whelb. i bf would ovof roaaln hu touch, an., a was thought that Blackpool t ,:-.ml>liwould not come off. Bui manager Joe Smith hau laitli, and AlUn was dalSTrAUMd to repay him. and prove his worth. GUM He (up ties, and he ha*. in. ili.inir Siiuwing all the ilu and fervour which had gaine< him iiileirialiini.il re.-ngnition, he iielped Blackpool re..eh the Cup Final, Tragedy His return to form did not' jiass unnoticed in his native I nd he was selected foi I the Sluttish team to play Eng-< land at Wembley two week* b'fOTO Ihe Cup Final Hut then t: iaadj In ,i looang match jut aflei Ihe sffanl-aajaj he sustained ;i i' -' %  injury At first it was not thought to be all that aarioui. but as th* International and IBS < uu Final loomed nearer, thi trouble persUted. Then the doctors told him the Daws he was dreading; he would not be tit for Ihe International It was still hoped that he woul.' i>e lit for the Final. But It wai not to be. So in four'' ppod from Allan's grasp "" benourg adtlcti ;•"> %  playei would regard as umple n tor a whole football i.m.i The injury bogey pcrsisteo Into the following season. ami Bnnrn was out U the Blackpool team more often than he was In t t)nce again thoe nijurie ..iused him to Lose his old foj-n so the boajrtning of ihi pa him again liKl.lmg to make .. -back. Htm well he has lU In addition to his eqil Ninii.n Park, he is Hlii.kp.Hil ilN3-SLJTUf?E WAN THAT 1UE SUFTtSlCAL SILLS WOULD BE PAID AS soon AS ME COLLECTED HIS AAEDlCAL INSURANCE*, %  ££ iysw?ANCE ca PAID OFP-SOvtE A^? S^LEf-VMN" /MADE A NICE PHocirLEPT HOLDI^O THE OLD LEATMER Q^t COC-A90UT -max ODETWTOS ; ; -— THE ONLY REASON I HAD TO f wu .< P HMt IT WAS OM AD3XJWTA THE /j_r|EfthT W AX.^=NT TVWT BajOlAWT AIY r^m* IS MORE wiK CONC-nON CN-W&WT? NCAy / lAK -ryp; OPt&mM F KX-T-L Fs-L OUT TMESE J A t0 -THAT ^Q -nje VEAH-UH-ER TWATREtoJOS UCABDUT MXW BILL V'SEE, I GOTTA HAVE A CAR TO JET TOrWIN Ikl-yCAMTHE OLD ONE WAS R4LLlN'AFW?T~.SO I TDOX THAT THERE WSURAUCE AtONEy Bowlers did well -on tit. ky wickets on Saturday tne |. ~i day HI the Tenth s. rlei ..f s.-.., I lii' ision eru kel matches He* ever batsmen did not fail 4 gracefully and the good score of 102 runs not out wa s knocked t p by the Empire batsman G Kirt>r. who went at number three Bl the batting order. He hit eig.it fours in his 102. i had to be conte .*. with points for a first innin H load over Harrison College Tl S 'rhoolboys batting flrat scored I total of 08 runs and at the fad of the first day's play Empire hi.a pMBBBBaaasaSl GEOHGftTOWN. Nov. 8 i.i-u.il -Shamrock beat G.F.C. 3 nil in th*opening aoccer garni* of the 'J K.C. Golden Jubilee Fern..! K..HIM at Bourda today in the presence of a large crowd Including the Officer administer ng ihe Government, the Hon. John fititch, C.M.G.. O.B.E., and Mrs Gutch The visitors scored the first goal "i the first half through Fapinal. Two (allowed In the second half through Doutflas Yuille %  aid Daivrtood Pan i ELit.lBLES C;ET \I vit KII.II By HAM vMll 11 PARIS ana of Britain [ible men are being mirAft*Tthemairtages of banker Loel Guhonesi and Lord Stanley of Alderley comes news of the engagement it. Paris of handsome Count John di Bendern De Bendern. 45-year-old former British amateur golf champion and once married to Lady P;drnu Douglas. Lord Queensberry ': daughter, is the son of an ecceni trie millionaire, the Count de Forrest. His father lives at Biarritz and holds Leichtensteln nation '> John ii a British subject with an Import-export business in Paris His fiancee is 21-year-old Spanish beauty Mercedes Gorlna, the daughter of a retired Barcelona industrialist, who has lived most of her life In Paris, Quotes of the week: President of a French hairdressing association, M. Clallet "We have won the bottle for short hair; with the short hair fashion women come to see us every week Instead of every three weeks. "To do that they must have to economise on other things, but why should we worry how the> get the money? The principal thing Is that they bring it to us." Barrister Mono Giafferl: "Don't ever count on the eternal love ol a voung man of 2U. Save tha: k nd of" trust for the aged" Astrologer Maurice Calais: Twenty-five per cent of the women who consult me ask me to name the date their husbands wfll die." •Mr. Loel Guinness. 44-Keer-old fi April this year LOUIS L. BAYLEY Ii,dt..M Line Q/h!i6assa()oK9 I! .i.l and original ideas rnakr lypinu i-asirr, miirr lapid. less tiring n Ihis. OM ul Ihr m .si olllcirnl TyprwriUrs I'vrr producrd. IS" Curiftfa $408,011 14" Carriage $.161,110 12" Carriage $.145.0.1 and III IHII ~ Standard and I'nrtahle. frrnn $1111 K. II. HUN 11 If t o. I id. LOWER BROAD STREET THEY'RE HERE! The M AV, r • iii "' recent cycle liUlory in this country .-• %  he arrival of lhee magnificent M\V British Buill Herrulei. lii.vele*.—CREST smart and modern in appearance. Technical and mechanical features. Grace and elegance of lint;—in tart a new specification exactly as wanted hv Barbados Cyclist,. Hercules 77te forest dicyc/e Bv/Yf 7o- i r NMI ,-l pa* — •SSk til—if ONM* a i a ai T. I!"i nieH III i i .fiin.ina oaaat &mrmr% ao anrutiv* Sri %  as Bjgajg ajaytaaaaa-aasi %  fSka mmim, am % %  SWaei i .< LM mthi raes %  • s/.V FORT ROYAL GARAGE LTD. Phone 2385 Sole CMitributori Phone 4S04 1 1(1111 I. It t TEN/TEST INSULATING WALLB0ARD 4 thick in sheets V x 8'. 10' 12' TEN/TEST TEMPERED HARDB0ARD %  4" thick in sheets 4' x 6', tl. 10' Both the*.. Products $• Termite-Proof Abo MOULDINGS in WOOD, WALLBOARD & ALUMINIUM fi.i invenng joints. ...unti-i ...I,.. .tml (..rncrs Phono 4267. WILKINSON & HAYNES Co. Ltd. %  % % %  imn n The Famous LIBERTY GV^' EVENING DRESSES o^ in Beautiful Floral Poplins — alto — LINEN DRESSES in plain colours TANA DRESSES in Floral Desipns SUN DRESSES in fipurad hand blocked linen BLOUSES of Tyrian and 'Golden Bird' Silks The above Dreaaea specially made by Liberty in their !.ondon Shop CAVE SHEPHERD & CO., LTD. 10. 11, 12 & 13 Broad Bt ..



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TOMMY, NOVEMBER 4. 1MI BABBAIHrS ADVOCATE PAcn Girl Guides Assoc. Report Following is the Reuori of ihe sB tT 1 0 $T Voy^Following is ih!Kvpori of the Utri Guides' Associal on for the *rm a vNt iflth October, 19a] — 31 only 1 Ahead of us lies a very busy unable to .attend and Lady Colly>'*• ,or lnc Coronation takes kindly opened the Fair place on Tuesday, 2nd June. J^.. !" !" *.??!** We set ourselves a target of $3,840 Many of us can remember the (£800). and we ju*t railed Coronation in 1837 and know that to reach it The results are now• %  ui our small Island the pledge our loyalty and one feels part of our Coron-iti,.., celebreev#r v "> satisfactory ..nd the net '"c-* 1 celebration* will entail a that ihe Promise has %  deeper tioro i h propo*ed H> have snother P 1 0 1 are 88.7S7.06. (4:184. 16s. *reet deal of preparation and eignilk-ance for us. for our Queen Tiaimna cii,p ana to Inyitei <•'>• We give our grateful thanks work. We do not know yet what W a member ot the greai MoveGulden* from the . si' YEAST-PHOS GENERAl TONIC For TOOTAL week the spotlight falls on LOMBIA ever remember tha; the* ST* £."£ Alf 22 BIUl %  .V* hard nf li-Sal T SL T T S T^S Inspiration for .he worthy iifeof age and hope they will be vcrv ami rawri a rM^.l^rahU ...^ „f r *270.48. t.i Mrs. D Lucie-Smlth I KZ, „ _.* X ".r" age and hope they wiU be very and rated"** C4aliidamWsf*turn~"of or L 27648 ' M rs D Lucle-Si happy tn British Guiana. We are money to defrav the expen,ses of who * P"ly nrrangeel the artvery rorry to lose our President their camp. With their Captain as vertisements. to ul] those who for Lady Savage has always Commandant they went to Trims* av donations, books and other *hown such a very keen interest dad and by kind] permission of B'fls and to the public who nped Guide Is liesl cx|*ressed %  acred words Freely ye have received, freely Kive." What can i Guide glee to the cause? Bail upthustasm — a bored or indifferent Fmpire Initth Sunday all our activities. We should the Association there like to take this opportunity lo Headquarters. the Guides of Dril,h Gul.a our ifj? 1 ?"? '^Si*' V^T,, ": ?. r T l, i' !" Bm 1 Ho> -' %  "" !" WW. Look tor and Tke Chief Guldr'. ClMlloae ,i„, I.....„,.. r,r,l cl,„ Cu.dM wrl P.x Hill .omMhlr,, for „rr,rtod> el. A Thr (-hior Ouldfr'i Challcng* i& Jan Hudson a Fir-t CUM Brownlo. chsetful and helpful girl has found the Guide* of Ihe C njo nit i has We ..inara.ul.itc these llrls on 'nunediatelj afu-i thv Ajuiual >he true spirit of GuidingIn this created a mat tntereit end 2* ihelr achiev.inonl. 1 wonder when Meeting "Ml year, although *e spt'H *e shall bes. play our part Companies in the Island accepted we shall have a Queen's Guide? did not have Use funds, it waa In the celebration of the Coron..ihe challenge to Achievement. | know it is difficult for Guiders decided to build the wall alunation Year. The Overseas [>epartmenl at Imof Elementary School Companies the southern boundary. Thu perlal llcackiuarlers has been rewhose Gu des leave school at 14 M0 feet of wall was mushed .eivlng many parcels from all years of age. to do more than tl:e belure ciirislmaa and cost Sa l;i parts of the bnplre and those of 2nd Class badse. There are nov,u With the balance of tba ,, .'.i.,s usj*n know tha. Omce. are wonever other Gu.de Companies bel eI1| ,„„ rauntin. die buildlni denns. how for lack of space, they aides those in the Elementary „,„ u,, *C r VT. Tilt, are going^to rmndle thaa. bulk. School, and I should like lo lee "" "".'^J^h.d ^o t".-^ ZX£Z?Ei£ "" """"*'"' k"' SaKT SA £"£%& • ^^ and liava boiujht a typawrlter. Numbers Division 4. Si. Michael, *• balance In hand to data is The Movement steadily grows SJ.A.B 1720.54. and .he return shows an increase Tn raBmb .„ ol D | vlllun s ,, will be irnpoaslble lo have a 2? |S2T ^ ,d S £? p T'll. 4 l 1 ^''"l <" 'h St. Jonn Ampul* """ %  >" and 13th and 2 Brownie Packs Bnco ,„ G !to „„mper, of Coronation puns, but we SS!.TS r B .1,, n "r!" ^K; %  " T ''" Gu "d ma Sheila have lo ran. a Itttle men,, to „ IU „,„ > rW 2 Tl Sea Ranger Crew Tfimea. 1> "* r n Ulvlslonal Supermtencarry out ome of our plans. We RrfHlve. r !"!" 72 i ? dB """""""k lo catalogue .he must bear In m.nd that i. is ,„ SStlOn r. !" ntr^r.h ( „e.l^ iJT. BJlrS book "" ">' Ubrary for Ihe enentUl that our Headquarter. p|, „,„,. 3fftS K !" Public W.rd.. ,.f the General Ho.ahould be surrounded S wall, S Sat members^nd^reerust. ^ 'ih !" SL2r-35* <*?..'! ur "..'" "< "}" %  ""-'" •>"!".", "TIRED" tmiffahl* •> % %  !?— -lirwl.-jyt bJn|. That. lU Itmr I1*1 Miiu. IMd* luair T I1IU IWd. WP — tuaWi* U tW*r tlw lrW-W-lufa| %  tHtii nd mru . KU (tSSI Hw >i">" U^UllMllnaK, INlitoSi. 1| Dodds Kidney Pills Rayon of unusual elegance So man/ beautiful designs Lovely ter tailored dresses Washes and wears perfectly Marked TEIILIZED for tested crease-resistance TOQTAL guaranteed French Airmen Out Rebel Supply Lirw^ nge anxiously awaited. HANOI. Nov 3 In i.t.1; airmen cut a vital rebel supply line 70 miles northwest of Hanoi today in the prelude to a possible malor counter ..ffensive. Plan*', dumped tons of Q B in *J 0 JJj naming napalm on both sides of 1hi* supply line of Vietmlnh Cnmit Yen Bay on the to other dmnnge. supply tostded (cimay :itf-i the total Is 1.234 (000 warnd 334 recruits), an increase of 56 over IBM bers arc as follows— Mr.|f OinJtIllbWnir UlV. .. distributing ine book, paiienls, for the Brigade has unpairs. dertaken to be responsible for thlK the built of wood and will need work. The members of the Division have also taken their share of the i'ubli duties during the year. Trefoil Guild am Thanks thanks are offered The membership of the Guild "'"" tounc ows slowly. ln P .pile of Mrs. *\ l !" "^ 'Uiihiaiati thx ..flit. a.,.i., u c -* 11 Commissioner af Police lor hie assistance at aU times and to the British Council for the monthly fighting [saged between reregrouped French forces and rebels for rive days. Tod* the first time the skies had y^ cleared suffleiently for aerial action and French plane* went up ,n force. U4 grows O' Ma honey, thi We hope that old Guides, many of "'t^maTof nd there arc a g J" ld "" them in this Ml Williams, and very Laburd the left for teful t.i CommUErench Deputy Dies acted PARIS Mr. Luis Polhn. 73. Independent Republican Deputy from Paris Wc have stressed many times uu "• l f or undertaking the Pawl Stall ,slBnft Commlasioner. who ns.-ind was Minister in six Cabinets attached t<. ny school) could bo at the Fair and which rcalLied %  umed ,h duties .! the Island between 1039 and 1940 These formed with Pax Hill as headaa-i a? Secretary. included Portfolios of Merchant The ffSBOm obUined Gu ^„ Wtt? Memor^I ^SSS F Xl "' warronts_durlng_the year:g^,,,. for „ M ^ Klog J Sl wonderful Michael'! til'IIIE CAPTAINS Mi*. A. w s.<>tt (Ut Barbados) MiM G. K. J. Ilowen (4th badbe). (.111)1 LIKCTENANTS !" tt <* lh ' Mrs. R. Taylor (fith Barbadoa). Ro to be In touch \ w-iimlnloners from all parts Cathadral , Uth F, h <.„„,„„„,,,.„„„ .„,, BJV_ III M It v the t'Uv Illeudrd and Kidlled %  HI Ttarii mm HTM AN gooch KMrlns tha -*| ' %  wed i'M ean 'reu**4.%  re |iinni(M M • iitlsfaeiloe %  1. .-I<1 dlMMlSfSOlOf. rise ihe It or refune i* artc* i-.eJ pay UM ostt laearrw In ..' %  hlnt^a 1-.-. 'a...!**. LOMBIA A TOOTAL guaranteed fabric unlVirturiate that tha Chief Scout. Ided Lord Which were com daft BBS the Miss A. "E. M. Griffith (8th BurdMth of H.M. the King. On Thursbados). Miss M. I. Bynoe (13th da y%  '* %  Tebruary. I-otd Rowali realise that one's difficulties %  ned trifling compnred with %  of those In other parts of Barbados). Ms. I O. Kirton (24th Ian honoured the Guides by ^on^iSh "AUBUSI we visite-l the Barbados). MlssC.W. Smith (3oth attending a Rally of Town Comi-SLJSlL.V"^"1* •*/, V?T. n.ZT Barbados). Miss N. O. Davis ,33rd panieT^nd Packs at Pax Hill. {SSSfig 1 C ?Sraet„Silv w Barhadosi. 6S0 Rangers. Guide-, Brownies ^T. 5, "' RANGER I.IEITENANT — • *-*— did * • ou D. K. Mahon. (S.B.S. inspecting the Parade the Chief Scout gave the girls a most inataM Wren). The number Gulder* Is much | hoped that these recruits will make a special effort fb obtain their warrants ns oon ns possible. RecrulL^ ore not Included in our numbers to Imperial Headquar-entntlve. had to Scott. day o' md with .-.it.a i-ii i ,'Ould a..... ramps. stretchinK aoto the snifters. pjn& d Ct ^ 14 *? T m tmco as far U one could see. Flimnee t Th* 1 J.' n !l51 ^ ff?'? w WH f "" %  • wire nearly 1.000 Guides The Association is grateful to held at St. Mlrhnel s Girls School camp | njr Bpd j finnot venture to Government for the onnual Grant on Sunday. 24th February. 059 Mv how thousands of of $384.00. This year opr subRangers. Guides %  script ons have been paid by the vere present. Shoes For the whole Family/ /YISLIMCKS SKA1.IMJIS SUBMARINES GARDEN SETS 1)1 II.IS . tbev sleep ud cry and stretch and they have real hair! CANNONS GUNS i.h nips WiSl'l I \l. CARS and Slrelclier I'utirnl MUSIC . with %  Guitar . Clarinet . Concertina Moutbargan . Xlyo. . I PLASTIC TOYS—an etio, mous range of inexperisive and well made toys priced as low ai 9c. ph. RAINBOW HUMMING TOPS — hnce ones that play %  tune' %  $4.00 J3 £*#£*= ItlltittitOS CO-OP. COTTOJV FACTORY LTD. PURCHASE OF ONE DOLLAR & OVER III AM IlltOS St Prince Wm. Henry SOME OF THE THOUSAND LINES No. 6 46 and 53 Swan St. AT LOW PRICES. HOI".SI H1H.lt Bed Tick M Ins.—9tr. Bed Spread—S4.I2 and tS.2.1 Blankets—11.72 Fnrrii.liiiii: Fabric 48 ins. SI.17 and up Cretonnes—69c. I Bed Sheets—$3.M and 15.75 Bedroom Ruga—$3.12 Veil. Oishes—81.27 and 52.60 : Lunch llai;s—S.1.32 up : Suitcases—$1.1)8 up Curtain I ... .-—Wide Variety Mosquito Nets. Large—$6.42 Kitchen Towels—64c. Bath Towels. Turkish—$1.20 .Straw Mats, Large Mr. LADIES I Cotton Vests—2 for 51 mi Cotton Fugi—48r.. S6c Cotton Panties — 1 lor ll.M Plain Spuns— 72c. up pairs Linen for Uniforms—kSc. un'' 1 i VIM Stockings—2 for $1.00 up pairs Silk Fujetle—64c. up Nylon Stockings—$1.88 a pair { „| Sharkskin Woven—$2.02 Silk Panties—-72c. a pair l nit.ui Hankies—12c. up Ladles' Anklets—24c. up I Straw Hats—2 for $1.00 : Evening Bags $1.50 I Hollywood Crepe11.24 a yd. I French Crepe—Mr. a yd. Printed Spuns—72c. up | Water Taffeta—99c. Silk llrocade—75c. i yd. White Anglaise—$2.80 n vd. Cotton Prints 3ins. SSc. a yd. Calico 36 ins—54c. a yd. Domestic 36 ins—29c. a yd. Sleelbnns Spun—92r. a yd. Bordered Prints 64c. a vd. Striped Jersiv—SI.08 a yd. CErVTS Pin MIIIIC All Wool Tweed— BM a yd. Tropical Suiting—$2.(i8 a yd) ( .. m I'lnnnel—$4.41 wr-)i. Sharkakba, :i Shades—$'J.1 si yd P;ir...n Grev—SMI a yd. • I John While Shoes — ^7 li". .. u.llr Americu mual Ml a pnillr.i\ \ Ihmg ir.^.—95c. a yd. Men Pyjamiis 51.51. a suit Khaki shirls. Long Sleeves52.ii cuch \ Jon si 'its—$1.80 each (o.t.iii El., in Spun Shirts— $1.73 ea h Winribrraker'1.811 i;,,.,.I OmUli Vests. 2 for 51 on Striped Socks, 3 pairs fo.sl.llil Silk Handkerchiefs. 4 for 51.00 ll.rli.il.,View Shirts—2.9S Slipover—78c $1.08. $1.20 Ptaahj Tie—


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PAOI: I'ol R IIARUAIMFS illVOl All flKSUAY MlVrMIUJI I. I9SJ __ ADVOCATE t .y._f--^*i -r v *..-.u * LU. I -.. M>l4|*ta.uk in business. Only four year* as* he w;lreed from jail with )ust 5s. an 1 the manuscript of a book tn In* pocket Gone wag hi* extensive UIMIUIenburgj estate with its 28-room mansion and ttg 20 families of. retainers. Gone was his positio'i Ba president of the German Rcichsbank. He only had his brains an MMt whir* Schachl himself ha* i ever multivalued. "Ptw people •re clever enough lo talk to me en my own level," he told a doctor at Nuremberg. To-duy 75-yeor-otd Dr. Scharht • orn,. more in demand. Round the world like n frock-coaled flying bank messenger he BPSB, puning Mack Brazil cigars nearly as big as Mr. Churchill's though not so strong From one country to another he lite* dispensing advice on high I financial policy He has bean In Spain, whcie he as greeted at the airport by Otto Ikoneny, Ins Nazi tough wh> uod MuHsolini. He was recently in fcgypt. whrrr General Naguitgav him a banquet. Before that he was In Indonesia, and later in Persia (he found Dr. Mosaadeg "charming and cultured"). On his return he offered his to Britain as a mediator in the oil dispute. Krom I r-oi Srharhl the first report on "Htm m* hu-h*r.bOJal president, according to Frau Schacht. nteeu the necessities of lite. He runs a f4S0 VoUuwtfeo. drives himself l breaknti k Rpoed from town to airport. And Fi.t Sih.K'ht is resident at the best hotel In Munich. He g:vi to trouble spots to see if he can cleanse them financially and lo helii Britain," she said. "He was inv.ted to Indonesia, Persia, and Egypt. He did not offer. Only bit expense* were paid. II ed no fees." Dr. Schacht. his wife added, was still remarkably agile in mind nm bod. Ha naokc r. ur or 0v cigars a d I hours, bul can go with little rest lb.i I is co-fiil .iccomplishnient for an internatlonal taanciar. Denounced But there are others besides the Hamburg' Senate who may question the return of Dr. Schacht-the man whom the U.S. prosecutors at Nuremberg ca. facade of starched rea^netabttttjr for the N.i/.i-. the in.in who was denounces:! us someone who did not openly |ola the Nazis until they or openly desert them Mil ihey had lost. To-day his wile says "Mi hSS blways boon against secret deals. I is policy and thought have always ;.cht-forw*ri, honest, and I b-.ir But in Germany people still • i.i; Srhacht's testimony at Nuiemberg: "Many successes could i* scored In leading people on by not telling th truth." And is his record quite -o clear SS he would like the world to believe? He has himself admitted that he failed to realise early enough Hitler's criminal nature. no question of the fact that he J) ined other big Industrialists in urging Hitler's appointment. Nor can there be any doubl that without Schacht's brilliance .s a financier the whole economic basis of Hitler's rearmament programme would have been threatened. DouLleFaced Sehiuht has already testified IhSl he buds It useful to be doublefaced. Perhaps that Is why, when he was on holiday in Kashmii Lcntly, he gave an interview •ressuiK. appreciation of the part played by Britons in Germany. and when Inarasj in Cairo only two wcxekl ago he told a reporter; 'Britain is the cause of all the I1U in the world to-day. She no longer knows how to treat 'ilhers a> human beings." Many Germans, I find, lack tonfldence m Dr. Schacht. Said Dr. Hams, a spokesman for the ii Hamburg: "He may have been acquitted of crimes against humanity, but to ordinary people his morality as a financier is stained. A 'Talleyrand' T think it unfortunate thj this man should go about thi voild appearing as the representative of Germany when. In fact. he does not represent fhe Germans %  %  to-day. He is making use ..f antagonisms to draw uttentiun to himself. He Is a master of seU-propaganda." The British authorities in Hamburg are inclined lo agree. Dt. Schachl is already letting himself forward as the indispensable a sort of 20th ccnturv ind Bill then rlthoul hihelp. many who can do Our Readers Say: half of the grateful people of Barbados (especially the people Th,Poor Prop!,--* IfasSM difficult to make ends meet. I Um^JS^SS^t^SSSi^Jff %  -K2S ELfeaa^^ssssa iv<*.. MM 1 wnwl " .ii*.!-. I„ I* round Ihr comar. thf wy to let *>wn mji.v mcir.' M, h ST "" !' n "" un "* <>"" """•' ix>l">. To do ihl budntt in the Mard w.tt, !" , ">•' %  btaevdMI (Nilelepei, wort, or I le;,.l some ot ""• nid of l>r. Sm,u,v,-v th, "". "I? '"i^.J''" I 2 ," '"" It' "IT*, "i"" 1 "' "' ,mm "" "*'""" "' Mr C rrod mKhl'lMv A-nrds Its [.'t>ulldln(. Also your f'erochial Funds, means spreadbeen set at naurht .ouejl lor further eonlributians IIIJI Ihe eost over all the taxWith thanks for spaee. li i :lu* lie.irtlna "Funds ror payers aecordhijf to yielr possesYolrv .uirerelv. ihe Needy"'. May I offer some slon of property and means. This, A. E. S. LEWIS, .nformatlon whleh may be news 1 submit. i> a very healthv and Brldnetoun. 1st November. 1952. to many readers and a couple of reasonable method of hiindlln/ uiineslu.BK' Ihe problem and if any well lo Ifflp Ini' Sick 1. The situation is a very bl( do and philanthropic citizens are T ti. ... ... ..ne. There lire. II is prelty clear, "hie anil villlnaj to make further _ ti., i J. -ideoeale— hundrcls. even thousands, ol ronlributlon., I am sure thev will ik? .l !" ,. """'• to "^ .Imilar eases-room, and little I" • .eleomed. Leh.1, 'IX. "f-""" r '" d '". " n-Mlllna, in ., deplorable eondlHS* f. GODSON. The folk'wlnl .r'lJS J ^?S2M ","", %  j^tns £?$?£, ",'""" ''!" W*. ,„„,.„ n.^ed '.rb n rt V'en C S IhT waSs .heller and decent home, lo anyr T ""gim • r mA ld oirupatloh durlna lh, ody_thou(h thank, be! not -.!. "_ £ '"" %  J ft. %  Aapoeale. many hours t n lid;' note as dilapidated as Ihe one Thuraday last a.!".!*^ ""?<" g>'l and lal(e vases for flower. Lrfoie us now. H ,„a. ij w ," 5 2. in which -—*The Hoo-dn, Board in a KS^of'Se".^ "" """=" %  "" Boporl" issued a few year. ...i i^l5or. T!?*V !" d w !" !" ... ., Suive, of EKhl Tenantries Year PU a ','Z „ c "e.t„„ r, .., and around Bridgetown" of ll„. w ,,e rks 'i^'}^""" 1 %  UKal Unit out ol a total of 7.04. must Ihonk v V, for ik %  tcuetum 3M2 mr. unlit leawere ,.„r eia u.„ S ?"*, > ;;"' blj n l..,bltatlon" and i.Ml i-enarks I ', '' %  Mijiiued in.ne in less of made on the Fresh flower) at any lime Hooks and migarines Games for playing In bed and during convalescence (e.g. Draughts, Dominoes, Checkers. Cards etc.) — _....i U Hlp It would be Very much auprelupposod lo have doled if any ,e...i,r who h.ii. any It Is a of the> arUries to spare would inner. ivu,iiucd mole or less of made .,o ;i„,,. „,„,„, ,, ,f % !.„„. ". -"""• any And while that Important (real pity that ,,.,,'. '*,'.,„" 'i !* h "f arue-e. to spare would £JC g^ gfi i.;Si dSiS %  ml greatly Improvnl homes. IK >"" are no doubt aware that I lively lo thi. Department Fresh aihievmenl. are only a small J-v. don, m y be,, ,„ h e|p th flowers should in all {Tun ^3malter conwared with the need, si'uallon. r „, ,„ h „ n_„,,.., "" "" "' lane, rontnored with Ihe need. !" """ 1 reel to Ihe llospila 2 There Is widespread sym„""" refercrno to the S-Year In addition, the IttthJ in the coinmunlly with the !" "V "J !" ""lh remarks your rea loud spealOT i luatlon. People are wilting to r~ ".""butes to me toward, the much appreciated Oy patients In -nluntn three of page thn. 'he Eye Hospital Will you send IV IT\V Psaee4lvije .# at a jlitT\.Lt i^in IIMLAI :ect to the Hoipital. to the .S-Year In addition, the installation of would be very i.......e in MH (.n.sinitiling%  .itn inc Hu.tlmu. People are williui; lo give, even generously, lo help „ "' K -DIRT —-*—. vitli such icuMirs. 1 can person".nM l V m> reading „t the a donation wdch can be put to -.My testify of this, for when !" \ ,rnor ^ M*n h at the opening the wireless fund' The monies some years ago 1 was Chairman hi, i 1 r K" ture in Decent*'" w "s'-'d for installation and t %  %  • > A. INrnslont I'onimiltm 'SSL!?", on • uch Ouestlons as the the Usual monchly .barges. no mean, of (ifls entrusted to tfte amount „f |, (I,,,', .1 Oclober 30. 1162. ny through appeal, in the Revenue B.lanoe u coneeen^3 Ad>,„.,t, which readily sup. and In December S1 l,Jde. \aliuttll AHIK'HI ported -ny effort.—I n, able to llberately aepa, ,te.l tM, f„. m ,,„. effeel most welcome repair, in Revenue EquilirjlLa, Fund T *• Edilot. Tftc Adeocale— 0 in 70 rase.—If I remember With referene to the n-en „ %  „. SIR. With reference to the •"' hl , mentoftheW „ „b, Kngm,.., failure ol l,„l thealre audiences Michael ._ money and I -. these that step. J. But I submit that aim,. „.< thing much more than that hap„' h "" *"? harard and inu-Ual action 1. V """•'• ''id I added thai I *!'" "'"' durordanl. am neces.v-.rv Our psvro. hial author, "'""'I I eould .v I had heard the "'alogue often impossible lo fdl have leecasntaw this aral m "* "'"er Head, of (;,„„,. lowclojely. during the laait three, or four L W,1IMI "aid also *2Zff"g_ I .. h ''' Ullca '" sears, the Veslry Fu, .Uocited n" "'T "" """""er. of the ro "'e Ihe National Anthem -a.niething for Ihe nrnos* from YmnionwMlUi and Empire and ? it cornoa from the apparatus, it. annual U.eon,c''TndI h.w "' ,'"" '"'"< % %  *IM have u "f !" ^eelud.-d II wm. being been told that the amount for ,'L'' Bm "'""ees Including E.*?" 1 ,, • 'he show wal Ihe current year b JuOO^IIar. V^/Th'''' one '"" !" •" ev,OB,U •"*• "" r'u' n "' P ^* d n "a"" Ch ,'"' h "'v for !" -g hi. k wl'edJro n,w " !" t If the offendwarde. and Ouardian. during ,.,„,.„„„V„ "A, „, ''",".!1 K m "• "•••e ever rec-ived any aort m p,,rt of the Hu.nel.l Mr n irr'n, l„ lir i wi,K r ","' "' '" %  -" %  %  ''Ion 'hat would enable year, as ta>es .re paid and the !" J ,."5^1 Z?}f*"" ,'" nry ""-m lo recramise tie lune, or to % %  'Me. ;,." „., n h T' !" „ „'."'''"" k " "• eonvcnlion thai require. Bul i i altogether V !" !.,. i 11" 1,1 ''" -' BtlUm Subjeals to (tinrl ne and II u „|p rt^i \ ,n., ,, .„' h '''"'" •" "P 'nd be ^Ul while It Is being "-% %  i n-nivmuer ...... inciint m Tini.-• in' in,m. won reierence lo me ' ht , mentoftheW rwotta Engu,,,., 'adure ol lutal thealre audiences ?suiillarly fluirchwardens In St *'"" reporler might have included to P^ I h e conventional respect llchael lasted appeals, collect^l ,h "' > W'd Mr Garro.1 the de'" ""' Hntlsh National Anthem, money and did good work — I served compliment of saving that *n"ld like lo comment us think the lite T K. Picrc, wa, hlcl hl ' l 'w.. the Ural of these officials lo lake wa ftn f h e best if no! the ln ,ho 'hcatres I have been to that step. v rv best Engliu-cr we could have '" Baloados I have noticed thai got fur the lol. anil his relations "" sound producing mechanism with all Kcttoi of his staff was !*, "Pe'ated so that mtulc Ken most coTllial :ul I ^4-l 11 • blaillia and discordant and il>sequ about it. %  %  ...mill 11 M "IMjl aOiatl li.trt o, H %  .all -I in i.rce.1 of the Parish „av ,h, ..„ ,a"if.".a which has .cached the „,_.,?;,,,,, „ !" a ii" very big s„„, of around (650,'„,,, ,. V,,,,, _l" r "an alone Would II b.. practicable for the 000 per annum. Can 1 venture to Z\.'l ,. „„ j !"!" '" %  •" ,' was theatre* to 1! eh .. aitiee on Ihe thai al least the full I-. del ... wi.JT 1 -, "'^ m !" n l>e'oreh.nd S Ihe effect 1 ind ..ughl t„ he devoted ,,!_' "* '.,,. ,„?," !" ''"."ai"'!" r h " An ""' ' 1" to the „„r,H.seor even on. and r~lh Ph, T ', V '"" 1 ,h nud "Tce are requested half i,er cam? I believe 1 may .7, 1^'", JL1 !" J" T, ' ,"*. nd „" •"ention till ,1 . b. • % %  the Taxpayers. ,£ (J^roa e7n^ !" r"eon5de conclu d7 W h ,a '' iWCptiu,, ,„ . ,. ,„>.„„,. ,„__, bM^,. ., i. \! L I, %  " th-ssheiei'..,... ,.f tt„. I.,,, 1, obviously ought to i done" .i.igi, tlu,,, „. vl „ „, |,„ „ £^? uo "' CO"I". i| them on beR. E SMYTHIES. "COMMONWEALTH INSTITUTE'' Drastic Change$ Proposed To Victoria Memorial .LONDON. An urgently needed new lease of life for the Imperial Institute in London is strikingly suggested in a report published last month. It is the report of a Committee of Enquiry, set up by the Ministry of Education, which for two years has been investigating the possibilities of making the Institute a live centre of Commonwealth activity. Commonwealth visitors and UK. residents .dike -those who have known of the Institute's existence in South Kensington—have condemned the completely out-of-date func tioning of the Institute. Young students from the Dominions and Colonies, in particular, have been severely critical of its "lifeless" character. Now, if the Committee's recommendation! are carried out, the Institute will stand a rea chance of carrying out its purpose, which should be as the report puts it, to attract "the interest of the ordinary citizen in the Commonwealth and :ts affairs." A memorial to the Jubilee of Queen Victoria, on a site provided by the Commissioners of the International Exhibition of 1851, the Imperial Institute was founded by Royal Charter in 1888. TTie great building has been put to various uses since originally developed as a centre for "information and investigation concerning trade, industry and emigration, and to illustrate and promote the development of these and kindred activities in the overseas Empire and also in the United Kingdom." Costing £50.000 a year to run today, that figure will be considerably increased if the new facilities proposed by the Committee c Enquiry are introduced. The idea is to make the Institute a worth-while Commonwealth forum, furthering mutual understanding amongst the members of Commonwealth countries. CHANGE IN NAME To begin with, it is suggested, the name ot the Institute be changed to "Commonwealth Institute." Facilities are proposed for creating a centre of artistic activities, such as music, drama and dancing, facilities for exhibitions of painting and sculpture by Com monwealth artists; development and expan sion of cinema activities. A variety of .HOC in amenities is strongly urged. These would include a restaurant (providing Commonwealth dishes), a reference library and a reading room. For students and regular users of the Institute it is recommended that a Social Club be introduced. Sir Harry Lindsay, 71-year-old Director o the Imperial Institute, is retiring at the em. of this year, and a new Director will be ap pointed by the Minister of Education (Mist Forencc Horsbrugh). A great deal will depend on this appointment. The Committee ol Enquiry propose it should be someone with first-hand knowledge of the Commonwealth and one who will have opportunity to trave. in the Commonwealth. And there is no reas on, the report says, why the search for thi new Director should be confined to the Unitec Kingdom. There is no expectation of Commonwealth Governments increasing contributions to the cost of the Institute until such time as the new scheme has proved its worth. The U.K Government is urged to accept the initial financial responsibility but other Governments, it is suggested, should undertake U maintain, "at the best possible level" theii own regional exhibitions at the Institute. NEW MANAGEMENT The Institute would come "under entirel> new management." with a Council substi tuted for the Board of Governors, and at. Executive Board instead of a Management Committee. The suggested Council wouItinclude the Commonwealth High Commis sioners. and five persons with recent first hand knowledge of the Colonies; represents tives of the British Council, the B.B.C., thi Arts Council, the Royal Empire Society, rep. resentatives of educational bodies, and others On the financial side, consideration is givei to the important question of improving th. appearance of the Institute and making itplace people will want to visit. It is recommended that reconditioning o. the building should be completed withit three years. Evacuation by the University o: London of the eastern wing of the building i: contemplated, along with removal of thf Colonial Office laboratories. In pressing for these far-reaching change* the Committee makes clear that it does no' disparage the work of the authorities at present responsible for the administration of the Institute. It congratulates them on what has been achieved in conditions which have never been easy and at times "both difficult and delicate." Commenting on the proposals, the London Keening Standard writes: "It may be doubter that the committee's proposals are in them selves adequate. 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II I Ml W NOVI MIIF.K 4. 1M2 BAKMAUOS ADVOCATt: PAGE MV Chief Justice Opens November Assizes Three Sentenced To 25'Fine Far Kecord Number Of Activity Slows ny^a^ lh "!5£"H*?—! ZSZSt Students At I.C.T.A. HIS LORDSHIP the Chief Justice Sir Allan Collymore, sentenced three of nine ulTendt'rs who pi.uded guilty to various offences, as the November sitting ..f the Court of Grand Sessions began yesterday, and postponed sentence on the other six until later in the Session*. &' Twenty-one pleas were taken and the other accused pleaded Hill. St Michael, as* to be paid not guilty. In aevcn * or rd labour Down On Wul erf ron I H H \ A. J. It Hanttie AsMstant Court of Vehicles had free accan in ing th* wharf yaatarday a* Cow Steakr Must Sefvtn 18 Months Twenty-eiht-year-old Denzil Sir Alfred And Lady Savage Say Goodbye for driving the motel cat M. 131 Bay Street at over .1:nBari per hour on August 7 this year. Their HOBOUkTI mi decision of Hll Worabdp |b < %  B. Grimth. Acting Police Magistrate of IT', \ who dls • inlsaed the case against Brew•ter. Sgt. W Forde who proaecuted for the Pollea .ippealed. The gpaad limit on Bay St Vrnm „__. nUaa par hour. b, H .r m the S-^ !" i-on.ble hav ,,„ Ka £.fortunate senate two^ ^^^S^^AJS^T^ tt £Tl S^I*^ ,.' tfl^gLtS yean imprisonment after she months imprisonment by His hp *"* ,M,in the speeds of veeconomy there ..re bound oh,. pleaded guilty to wounding 28Lordship the Chic. Justice Sir %  *** %  "> Bay Street when he "bad rears" and although till. year-old James Slocombe with • Allan Colly more after an Assure noticed the car M.I3I approachGovernment i.s lUinmng ahead t. knit.with intent to malm or dlajury found him guilty of stealing him and it appeared to h.MIS! figure him on September 27. I, 00 V,1 U 5SL*!? %  ,he R r Ptr ot %  £ ng. Cp!. Watson and anthe public, u will next the support Session. During the evening silting ol the Court. 28-ve-r-nld Denzil T ll orpa who had earlier pleaded not guilty to the larceny of a cow the property of Eli Harris of Fairvltw, St. George, was found guilty of committing the ofTeme and was sentenced to 18 months ,intnl. One of the other three sentenced was 32-year-old Una Bromeliy. a PKOKKSSOK C. V SHE!'HAR1>. Acting Principal ol the In i e Of Tropical Agriculture, told the Advocate yesterday that they have a record number of there was no great activity. %  ttttafttal this vear at the College on account of the larger Workmen along the waterfront number of Colonial Office Probationers, but the number Jft^ ^naVTwa^eaia^'aS or first year diploma students is the smallest for many few vessels were car !" iruToii aftth J BUI W Shephard .irrived i.rre their overweek discharge of cargo Mb) IUIA from Few push carts and lorries were to attend the meeting of een around this spot awaiting ei tfc* may respective consignment* of -argu frwm the Cmiltae. He is a guest at th. The Lad* Jou was also getting '"' '' (M M its overweeH cargo of %  *• Copra ami coco-nut plants which I \ were i.rnant in H mo ,i*hi fr.un St I-..-. immi WhatfmtTralue eoald oadcrfiii assMH S P Musson. Son l> Co from TO-yenr-oldKi; Horn's of'Fairview. Ah. p^kSW m 0* th. ptopl. of fil lalanTtd gSW a*!? EfS^S^SS^f OsioOWS TRINmAD Slocombe said that be used to St. George on September 12 this A cl.ck i < rj out the developmant whi< h >A t h h n was .!<-< ... J %  *.( Mist FRIMIIAD lend Bromelcy money, but after, year. speed and this showed that it 'h one ..! us wish to see. ,h;,t ,nc Industrie*' contributions Th( Caaaatiaa Can*trucl r hearing that she had a bad reputaHarris said he had bought the was driven at over 32 miles per "' do n 1 propose to speak at w uld ''** '""""ued during the ttf%rr rtuicharglng general cargo tion. he stopped. On September cow six davs before i was stolen hour. length on our work ben. W* n ** ; ,hrr n >< %  H ""h x Stationery leather shoes and •JT. wi ile tht) were standing at He kept it in an open pen on Fair n c noticed that the defendant *rtamly are not the best judges ol B further i \tension of the achaa* inpdicines' the corner of Suttle Street, they view Plantation whire both the Wil ,K C driver of the car th 1 but n ""1 "PiVM my rev '">'een pmsibl. '"•• #* < %  ol01 "*' him with a knife He was detained ocfore w stolen, he went to STOLE HATS to make any progress in the ectabDevelopnient and Welfare scheme at the hoanltal foi thiee weeks 5lwi P and lrfI il m xhc P cn "* lishment of a Port Committee of whl,h %  '• conthhuted to the „i dill iif.rl frnm ihe *ffe• — — *loaded cargo Barbados for Trinidad. ThConatnietar made its last Caribbean ciutse out of Montreil and is expected to call here on 01 about the 11th November be. fere returning to Montreal. *+a* killed Slocombe. In sentencing hi her, however, he would take into Thorpe went < sideration th' pleaded guilty. that she ton Plantation. Aubrey Wood, watchman of Mt Wilton Plantation said that Thorpe Sentence of six months' ima |go offtred to sell him the cow prisonment was passed on Alice for $50. He told Thorpe he would Small, a domestic servant of give him $45. but they did not towards Mt. Wllf j District "A" of stealing six nn>n —d human relations are ... .... tkj. mnrl I-IM^I-KI %  1_ VI. „K. mentioned Q.C.M. wa compMvd. anothn Indies fell hals from lhe store '"e mojt Imporlanl tiotors In UI Gale u lormjr student of tn eelltullch .„,,,, ,,. Ji K vetletila. ol Mr. W. A. Cnmtlv U 8wn '"" T ,h P"" en nd goodwill, lege visited the institution recentl, J;"' unll ,„„ „ ,„„ u ,, -; Street gnwtlm. between Apr.l ';' wllIjolv. nujjo; to tod, progre-s m eoco. reJLJ?B £, ff. &£ Small, a domestle servant ot give him $45, bul thev did not ... ui, ?....!. i,J n>'.. ,.J! U !" .,. munltles and as bttween nations, lonnerlv Prlnelpal .: Tudor Street. City, after she come to terma. Uler the poliee ,„; v fl! "YJiTil ...InO Mi ' tr *" '" %  ,h Domeatle Sugar FMtMMt Shephard pleaded guilty ol assaulting P.C. were summoned and Thorpe orM',^., H .'. I.I,.,, Agreement will be developed durrecently left Trlnlda ?.._. 7. %  __.__ ^..H_ ._ ..._ ........I WlUetKls UiUSU.il. Itl. thp nr.*, luiriv. ...mlh. i.l. __ i... ...... ,~ u-... was sern by Ing the next twelve months into n '< c. r Barbados Sugar Bo-rd will "' E ? sentatlves of producers (both ,. Tudor Pacing along Fair View on hi. g"eet and hen arted by ^Cpl. ,„.„ and „,,,,„, proprieloaa). ,nd whin 2 "• %  > work oboutS a.m. when he B > what he had In the grip he „, nl p|„ y eea and of fiovernmenl saw the cow Tile cow seemed "" "way. In his run Hindi tlmw Co-operation Is lhe keynote ol . It ...... ..* '..tl.iv.. b a Clairmonte Foster while in the rested. exLvution of his duty. Addressing the jury from the '" a ,, a t|)t Foster said that Small wasuiing do ^ k l uT ho ,Pr flr,t "' d that h *" S "-"" indecent Street on June 30 between comAsked aboul Mr H. J. Page *****. —* %  %  *"' \" n i vioiu,. formerly Principal of the 1CT.A. ,l r oin f' t f* >r J^ I h |. w "' r ird said that he *"" • tc '" v "" do rk idad for England his way to Rome where he will %  k< u| Ml new post with F.A.O Mr. Page was accompanied by his attempted to arrest her, she bit J u !, nd 'he carried it along the gri, in a store at Roebuck SUfCCM ln industry. him on his linger. with him Street, Cpl. Byer who chased the She had also been charged with .j c alcr K „t d that Wood the defendant opened the grip and Government Kinplovees wounding with intent, but she wa tchman offered to sell him the noticed that tt cootaUMd pleaded not gulltv to this count. „,. hats which were later ldentine-.i "A brief llnal word to those Before sentencing him. His to be the property of Mr. W. A. you who are employed i %  ii Sentence 1'ostwmed Lordship said that there were Griffith. other cases pending against him. GOVEItNO* QHSNS tat \<:u. Heavy Rainfall In St. Thomas Thomas experienced. (". 1. Sentence was postponed Iff. though U itfThat cour" He would UHIAWPI'I. I-OSSMSION ment. 1 think il was appropriate that my final official conference heavy i-mf.ll on Sunday, pagjSgnl pmpi ietorj .in* look i nrwaVd to .i motleraUily goo, Niclti of ground provisions to irds late December and ll< curly part of nexl year. l.ig.. on Saturday w Uves of the Ci rilh lepresentayrar-oUl Oottfray Simnmiuls who ..*..,,i> n t tnko that into ac, guilty of breaking into KSTVfi hao p\-adeo Su.hy WjJ Wor h *L > U; g| B ( ? r 2?" *' Aaaoctollon. 1 am gratethe building of Cyril Springer md S U d have taken %  more yesterday fined Darnley Simpson f u l t„ the public seivice for the stealing a bag of stock leed on fenlent lew of the matter, but J %  "*•_"'' Pg2 fi0 me as Head of the fUBH U h^vir, stolen the COW. h had Rock. St. Michael. 15'foi the civil Berrtce I have played %  hav n L out the blami on the unlawful possession of poUtoe-. small part in the strengthening of Sentence on Eustace Springer w tchtnan Cow stealing was a Simpson was seen by Potseo the structure of the service and I w..s postponed until later in the v rv serious offence. Constable Wilkinson with the ihall watch with deep interest its sessions when he pleaded guilty |f e sentenced him to 18 months potatoes The One Is to be paid development wjth traditions of sernprisonment. I > M dgyg or 21 dajn impri nreaklng and entering th.i dwelling house of Bernard Conduit on October 6. and stealing a Colt automatic pistol value $14.40 and 30O In money. Sentence OB) Steadman Adams was also postponed after he pleadFarewell Salute SL Andrew Roads For Governor Iron, page 1 gt From page 1 aUon' live federal d' partmentl have been abolished In lbs (n "tVi' ni rtTer,t' showers also past eighteen months, agriculture, throughout the parish yesterday ration, engineering, medical The canes in this pans i an II of thi' Civil %  veterinaryA large number nmong the beat seen In the island %  f items of expenditure have been and the yann and eddoes ai. %  .1 Minn the federal to thriving well. A resident said lb' ,,,.• prcMdenllal budget* where while lb.rahifall ha> not been | inora praparly belong and mod as In UM l.t two years, i very new pee of legislation Is' fell nmie frequenUy than xaminod to -e whether it can be or \ M 0 |her parishes, ntroduced on a presidential |H R< H REPAIRS : iihei than a lederal basis. This —-— .rtion has had no ill effects beIn St -Thomas;. repairs arc be n. p an are '..,>,:•, on^amctm of rrttd out tOJLn* Holy III %  I will now ask my wife to say AllUgul a|M | st. KitU provide Church, and tlu l'.o -b apeciatlst advice to me smaller presidencies. I hope Montaerrat %  v and the Virgin Islands do not feel the abolition of these federal posts the vice to the pufilic whose servants „. '"iinooant l I.e.." ufftce at UcnnetU Is being (leaned up with* a view of bringing it into line with the dwelling house at Bennetts Plantation At Airy Cot I the s.-me pa rim lhe St. Thomas Highway Con. adonan are carrying out ftn| ...1 iep.ors to tintoad laattaTo thhome here in Government HoUM Mw '"" 11 1 '" November last. s XAM i NINr ; PATIENTH. =5St{g sSWSfrl SSLSSSS J£SVK JSdSJ Ind aiaSwill "f .1 tive Council. The Sectary of ItTdav. Di K It ( .Me. I-M < leSKS. Sf ScraSun v t' >s since agreed that the S S. JohA was examm n, OUt v.. luve made man, friend, number of repre^ntative memll niU. Dr t .„ or j.sIU tlid we intend to see them ber> OD the F-xecutive Council be 'nHrmary on Mondays „nd Thun a few words.' I >i lv Savage said : "Toinnrro'v will be for my husband a id me for we ^ %  "" 'STt we",n.fl "reme'mtJr '""' %  l "" 1 "-' ""'" "*~II remember ^ |n ,,.,.,,.. enterMISS BIM. the Auster light notion .it Ike bridge is down and ny"." mg the "store o?Y Sum. at aeroplane of th. Bl.A.f. will y „, ,,. ,„, wjU r As will, alTvl ,. you £ -~ j-^J 1 anchor and sails rlie-t.-n'ielil Alleyne pleaded Bay. ... „ l o get bom guilty lo stealing 11 quantity of On board will be HI, Ex.elleney ,l„, lead on June U, the property of lhe Governor and Udy Savage ,,„„, f „ r |, uhil „|i„ n Dean and Rector ol St. on their way to England prim 10 T|Ui al) Wil teico Ur ^. contlnu Governor of aback if the Hmklyn Oa and Mlclmel The lead was llxed on "^ng up dulle. lhe t-huieh 11.10... Alter remarkBrltllh Culnn. ing lhat lead stealing was very At *"^. ; lvlo .... •.-""'""'";;;, ""' %  %  ""' w d our bl ,.rev ..lent. HI. Lordship postponed ^ n de !" ,rTonlroll^ ... Cvil gj' ., < Jf^,^ every. •"""" Aviation and Airport nui>J"" o bulldozer was us.,1 lo level off ,""" Itf, l...id.hi|. UN poatponed With him will I* Mr-";^"J' !" some of th, lopoa ihlA bad "£ Coral l-,v,ll who and Mr. Toppm. member! of Uw ^ ._ .„ W, M the Control, of MISS B ,M J g jfg £ ar^ck ,11 be Squadron Leader; i>vi<} k|m| of h lbiIa )MI1 Aflrr ^ wad ou r boat wishes far your Controller of Civil h ( ,, d 5 covery. wltha special greeting to those we kn Laiaretto %  i IrOtn Hire.' tii *iix. e "Thirdly the referent* "f lhe H.mmiond repotl '< tbf ivil seronl ol me and professional associations at the have complied extremely well th requests for commenti and I ntencing Coral Lovell who l %  ropla I Club pleaded guilty to the larceny of t-**hi / 5100. the property of his em, -, ployers. Purity Bakeries Ltd.. on rtCnCtl rOrCL'lf September 22. Seymour Clark* a chauffeur, CT08S KlVer pleaded guilty to breaking and 1NDO C I1NA( Nov. 3 ass?I,, VJS n„'ocXr? iss s !" .ubegun to slip away and grass planted to bind the soil. These %  %  were not enough t" prevent further erosion. _,_ and most of the sand which hnd m h been put lo support the road, and the grass, have again been washed ich one of you goo.I think H f a j r to iay tnat W hile they happiness IWITi h and happiness in the „,,,,,. wltn mn ny reeommenda_ ., •„ tlons in the report, that I II -. "May God bless you all. Goodtcnfril disappointment OVfJ tbl -it a nd Good-bye question of salarle-. This Co UiefJ and the lTesidentn.1— Council must DECREE NISI " w consider the report in the days. The Aim*'.ous.' has 71 ininati V males 32 f.-iiwili-v (->. %  %  gull. The Matron lld Ihf Advocate "There is an isolalio-: ward, hu at present we have no isolaU< rases In the Court of Div forces mile Dark Hole, the road which Matrimonial Causes last Fi light of comments received .md i day determine the soonest extent of ,, .onnects up Seniors and Park-. Mr""Justice JJ. W. H CheneVv 'he impipmriilalinn and whether and stealing a valise, a crocus bax crossed the ""*"*", %„,-„(, ha* alto been damaged Within i. pronounced decree nisi in the lull modifications are need d regarding mid $280 in money, the property north-we^i oi !" """ „_.,. few yards of a section undeof A. 1. Inniss, petitioner. O lnnis>. lnrni> of his brother. His Lordship 'he undefended, war-ruineu iw npBlfi ;in other section brok • ,esponde.it. and S. Squires C< postponed sentence. of,""* TJ^L* met only "gJZ nnd w carrled int0 ,n Pon*t The French troops mei w rivcr Mr E K Wak0 „ QC Jones suld that it was an awful light resistance from an esnWork haA t0 ^ abaDdon''i iructcd by Mr. E. I> tl Ini lof blan to have to prosecute mated Battalion of Communist temporarily, and It is su-geste.l Appeared for the petitioner M his brother. Since he had been led Vietminh In pushlnn offensive 1(l-il _, IM W |)Vlrt ,hould be v'. c. Husbands appeared f. i tl < hinged, Clarke's father was willreconnaisanre after the caruai „„, V ing slightly out of line with respondent. A croa. ing to make satisfaction and he crossing of the Black Hivei ma n ,.i damaged section which brought by the Nspondont w. Loped the Court would deal a corridor of territory long held frequently slips with heavy rains, dismissed. leniently with him. by Vietminh. —CJf. 4>t#t<<( t *, t IHMIHUQI | am >gp, T a t a i,,,.,..,... iNot The Boxer The Sm King who was fined for gambling on Thimday l...i uma not S*m King the boxer of Tudor Itridge. Diamond Uln** I.OUIS I.. BAiXEY Rnl inn Lane +• &f &f < £adt one a dsiiqhil PRESENTATION GIFT BOXES OF CHOCOLATES Maraschino Cherries Pol of Gold Luxury Picture BMPM M lb. .. I I"t lb.. .. 3 Iks II. .1 II". H & I lb. Black Magic Hj lb. ., I lb. .. I". lbs. Picture Boxea TJtoiAA Cadbuhi} KNIGHTS LTD. What's C.P.A. It's Colt pe tractor lower C P.A il only one of the reasons why farmers call Dae.d Brown the world's finest. Invest In a ••Cropmiiter" and ,ou Inseit in the Mum. You II get It back IN right in running economy, lower fuel oil!!. more work per Zl w. f es. and better satitlied worked at that. Remember. with the David Brown Plan, you CAN afford a •CROPMASTErV ifZk REGARDING


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BARBADOS ADVOCATE \Y NOVEMBER I. 1MJ CLASSIFIED ADS. I'l III II SALES ICLCfHONI Wl UAL ESTATE A.\ .\OI \ CEMENT**' tX' % % % % % % %  ^ *v sssr FOH HIM HOVSI-S BW %  * Bee,Wm, bedrc^ras e>d V DH4 OWI D A JeaN* 111 M-il n >-d. .ui .-. **"'•• i ihe Lodg> fcbeoi .l)pl> l.i Weeer. i-imar i-ar.mm. > %  ..; IB FOH V\l t AUTOMOTIVE PICK Da* Model. 0x Garage opes %  I'SBD >AM A ana oixdon wr hi* n ejB -tin AW Ye>uJiaU • eat* IMl. HOT* (MM Omto OFFICES -Cool. stdprw-ra and • %  IHMINAI. nit i iii '-,-t: I v w are l*a"re*ay *>amrd ai>i>< ll M m. all) llEBVl. IMC?, •nee Her*. WaBBB.) M I <1 i.jwll '• M-m.lblg h* her %  3 contrnrlmB Mtjr debt I i. -by a writt. 25• 1 Mania OU'RTIW ELECTUCAL mow* Dual SI *.(• '-1 %  V EWnl aRrJBBRBBia Aulcarukk threw speed lira Bt l tbaaa In* 'SB ")*! %  ! teat of Uud al Pine Hill. % %  licnee. Tbe hawse contain, three basI •BBjaS BJI ill l.iwn.. -|J t ..unilfmn Tne ia.s HOMVI THE GUARD Or HONOUR for th* departure of MLI __ Lh Governor will fall m at the %  a *ajM tHajgaat WareneAiae < Pierhead) at I M Ki ;-, • tn sort* a %  .ill Jte. Ii sa Ugh Street Bxafefaaawn an Fr*da; 4u al IManbrt ISSI al I %  %  atng eacacn aUXltWATBlt lnTn. bWhabcba SI Josef on I aeree, I rood. I) perchee of land The basal "bath cospiaingt a beautiful law al IM a ia>l l H eVllM-hewCoeet ana swept by lha Atlanta: ilain* a apacMaj* los j aaa* ana kill, missi each with running wetei Veil un tee i s taking roiunWen taking part wilt r* l-urt at the Baoaaw Warehouse a-i 1*41 Han a* Twaawar. 4th S•# % %  .ii < rlaca-HiK ana water PURNITUBE (IRAr^BSS^MT/HrfllCItT MOTTIJTV A-liorfl TVnlntr*. THTpublkr. harrbv mvinf tfMII to m* it2En8 %  •rnra by ma B onllan ordr : lONEL MATBBS. W.UH Spfina %  t ThDfna. 1.11.S3—Ii MST A FOUKU FVILNITUKE Al Janatla Draaa thop I furnilui %  an. Cha lU AUH> Marhn %  . %  %  SinacT TraaUa Mu ajinaar TradW Maehnw—Mai i-.cnUUng MaCima rtt afc r • II if* and fltthiai m.luOuil aW nn. Tablaa. Dm *land. rii A it* Janaa IMctrK Kawvi TTaa mmpai BatBlHMl |napa-i flam For turtnar Berucuiaii and ta 1 ""* P o&fte CATTOUD a 4 11 MECHANICAL bar, Rakr*. Loadara iCraf> collartara Sldr drlivcry Rakai. PkKilU. DHrhri. Ell. Etc. COUatmV OARAOK D.. Mil 3*10 11 ti '>nU -"d Youth* DIAL • rABTll ax-RATIJl AKD SCOOP — For r-oving waih mould and nitmi Caf Mda, rtf Dial Mil—Courtaay Oaraic at 10 u an LOST *FT"*/rAK Til KFI ; wi i" sjta ni i Hail Straal a-n i Adtocal' Adi'i 4 11 !•—In it anOB ,.. .*..-. nr Rt. (imraa. rM Rl-T"! Autumn ••aa.--.aaa u, MurKrt rajaw mtimr wwn c o M ft Huara.1 —4 II HK In WAI ITT rtm.n Laalha%  !! -t.lir TlcBrl Jt*-| LL 1*M •< %  MM Faetaea Rawat Pablir Mlkial Salt i' IT...I M>**hl Arl a ** rtaaMjH i i -*d at my A i tlul aailair. S ltc of I*nd containI M aarcbaa attwM In tha a'lrfflca to ti %  M ui n:nr;i-soN WHEEL TRACTOH I Mo-k Wilh lhaaa Traftor* th* ummm a rUchnMBta JO 10 M *ii ORAMOPHOffBBV-Jual racaivad a i of Columbia aramopno i.one from DaCoaU Co rttal napartmant II 10 U-en MA1KCV-IIARIUK Whaal Tractor* S'pmanl arilvad In tlma tor -our *at* Lion KvdraulU) Llnkaca (or lniplamri %  1M> avallabla Mi"W OLIvarm ill 44* TTpaarrtMea A %  b) tram Stock la aartetB ran.i %  iiihi a* lollaw*-AUCTION M. K. DANIEL. (A* CapUin. ) AdjuUnt. The Barbados* Reaimetit. 3rd November. 1952 By tnitrucltoni of tha Ineu'anca (. -. .III *rll .1 CRAJt OARAI-t KOCHVCK STHEaTT OM TUIMDAY * % %  l o rn Iflt* Aiatun Sadan C %  bv Flra TERM* CASH It ARCHER M.KENZ1E Pyorrhea and Trench Mouth Stopped in 24 Hours I u an 'tW In B) inatrulion> • III .all al Maalr. n |d arahoiua Cbapal Stfat d*y Mb at I p m Grapi>. •ii. t n.achma damaged caah Aio.ltEH M.KI H. A n m %  '.-• .'NDtt THE IVORY HA>*M£R %  y MftrucUon* racalvad liom UM C I will )l on FridayJti. at Maaan Chalaaa Oanse Ltd pini-.i Htrrat III1WW HUBaan Mb* Oamai") m .ccidanl! Tarm. Ca.b '•*•"> %  VLNCENT OH1ITTTH. UNDEK THE SILVER J1AMMFR TO-DAY Tuaaday 4th Hovambar. by ordahe Murai Kaah. I* >H % %  II IIHH ntura %  HoSt. "Vk U Uarrfcp"! Which %  .-. %  mi-nnul TaWa. Waaaon With a*aa,"'l d, bwtlara Tray. Rockara a Ea.> ir*. Bervina Tabl*. Ravoinnd R"* i. Tall k Low •l' 1-adaaUM. Chaa. Work Table*. Kidney Ornam.m Mi noor-t-mp. r.afHolre. IJfaaar i all in gw-t oM Mahoaany OU" :hlna Platad war* in Ent-a Dtaht. Walter* (.'and .a Snuffer • a Olah. •• m China Fruit Serviraa 4 ^**ea, %  ?m Tea Servlca* Cut Olaaa Table lamn, B. P. Candtaatwk 4 Shades Bral*^ old Scotti* P-lnU; Bu-h^akara. Verandah Chain. Mabogany ""VjJ^l .tead and Spring-Dean-Si e*i> Wa*u ,-^lar Praaaa.. Book SEA AND AIR TRAFFIC In Carlisle Bay Entail afa-. Rat* T VVal. T R Ra.i \ h..,*Mar Con r under n-inuri vt D l*.lnch to B W 1 achoonar O-atn m i-in i an. %  nadun Conatrwctar lor at IS Ala Parllaai for TrmBnad irtor loi Trir-dad. !W" Mary lor Brill** Guiana. * Ladr* M Oomtna:-. and M V Atha, Tr ln laa* litcnall. B H-r Pa* a* Lae*a II Hiiie-ara. O Mllnb Mar>h-I. M M BM Marahall. J Milna Marahall Chacin i 0a*a rnua lar Trtadaad: O WOfefnaoa, L Grell C MalUard. Ti Milliard. J Halliard. M MaiUard. K M.lllard. W Brydan. T Bryden. I Um*, M Cl.ke. W Todfl.O _Taol a Sue. Seatcell tlai %  hall %  Mejaara. nochoy. D Xavter. N Mayer.. M Meyaai i Me-er.. B BatRanond. V La-wta. K ARaiVAI. Hi Rtt* I 4 T-laadad: NCrTaTntBER 1 Barr.ud'i. B Tfarwnid C P Matt, S Mall D Theme M Abdubin. V Dini.!-*J Kolaa. B %  allat-Snuin. H FYiatb, H Bnady B %  n..j M Snady. H Sa-dy NOVEMIIBK 1 L Kawbn*. B Blngh. H Lanlay. P liabooMi. W II art ana, c Wiiuanat. S Williama. I. r n a umi M Aaar. B Haamp*; C Kiell. E K>U(hl Q Kud daan. J Edah'l T Ken. P Oraaf W Data. A Mitchell. C Morn*. V Morns. L. War-en, P Warrm, T. O-Nalll. I E%eljn C Chamber* S nook, r W-ar.lea VoanrMafar. O Malouk. S I l^rr. B Parr O Parr I .... t.i.aaa* SUVtUUlK 1 T Da rrattaa, J Da rreilas. M larav-ieii A Williamson C Williaanaaa B lailiu. B Cueltas. M CwMaB, J Hoiman J Bolmaii. A Ola*. i. Andaraon. D Anderson. fci 4i.de*.>n, W Analeraon. E Anderson. NOVEMBER 1 U Seel. C Lacuna I i S. IllHiaj— 1 Bkaadln. W Smith athey B Ablack. C PMIard. M Kamae> Coppln. E HacketL Hufka, J ru ... I Hall. A Henslay. J Hansley. J H< Henaaay. 1 Mm., I si (Ht-Mi NOVEMBER J CCJaapmati. I Chapman. E. s .All*-, r Alleyne lar St KIM> NOVEMBER TlHsim. W Hike. R HaU, M l> BanarlU | I'l'K'l"! Iloht WatfiM mils i. BATLKY Baiton Lane Baradlna turns, ear* steath teeth aaaan thai yeu ar* a rtctim oi rioirhaa or Trench Mouth tr soase bsd dtaaaa* mat alll *r-niuallT eaoa* p M Maa aB yar taath an4 ha<* la wear fs.se teeth before yeartime 4Vr-.ce tha rr.ai Warta War lhaaa asealh dlaaaaaa bare aprraa il.ieuihoul th* orld *c mat now acton lieu *er that four o.t of every Bye pennl. aie eulfsreri aaonar or Isl.r. Be aarced ic tuna atid atop thee* dise.jea bafaea M loo tale, aeeaaae they often raaa* net aoly tha koaa 4* a*atb. bat alao fhron.r ineaaaaIUBB aad baart trouble. Naw Diseovary. Sove; T*ath A* eta* v— dlscorery *f an A m art* a n aahtalUt. lUmi tiw-sa tror-blea la 4 aaa aad eaKt aay It penetrate* rlfht to the reel of Ihe trapbla. stop* aau from bleed|na the rrry first dar. quicbly ui tha soreness iol of your mouth. anO aeon tilBtena tha tteth. Tha lolloalna letur fraai Mt. W. W B. shows the resulU thai Aaaanaa oaar* pi "I aultarad iroai rrsncii Mevtb and Pyor.t-a for leo rears. Mr eums art* a'is and bl-edma and I bad foal lour term, -hile .c.e.sXolhsr teeth • n%  -Ulna laoes* all Ihe tin. I UMd ir.anr ihlnas snd Dm Ivesrd of that new r ylaoae teem arre much t.sntar aaBBbM aaadd aat th* hardest ol loaaGuorantead Asaaiaa torn so fs-l snd so aaaaaaa that It la raarenieed lo Ho* ya w*.afaaa* nteaay back on reiorn af • %  wiy r—* Oont use a ebaDca on losing your and baart iroable Oei %  haai l at teday atider thai Tfcen mfor .lea// CLARKE'S eTrSS. TABLETS | HtWp to mhmt m m the avaf.'// from blood impuritiea laaaailiiM ta ta*e blood may cau-e rfbtumatic aakwa aaal paiaa. Stiff and painful joint*. boil*, pimple* and common akin dlsthrdera. Oarka'a Blood .Mixture Tablata help to pnrtfy the blood, cleanse tae system aavd aaaiat ia reatoring good health. AUo available in tAe ria;indJ Liquid f %  CHANCERY SALE The iindrim.iit-ksd pr-pertleanil PvbJtc BuiHiri Bri-fef*" bat-rcu and on Ihe dale .pniftad balaw If rot men sosa r %  u eV ea dan g Friday at the saaaa place ar-d during tha i .rtleular* on application to aaa laiAtNTUT EMA MAY GALE and DSJIKDANT CLABA ALBOP OAJJt by oraaMsal IIAMPDCN ABCHIBA and I %  Mar tha n ap %  KM %  tl) be ft Up I'Ropaarnrs PIRST AH THAT ae > Ommm > v -lasj al I %  d-velling lu>uaa c.ltod i a., meatuaae >w wim the land shramn ina mar nao. ana ring iituate in St Anns. Thw Garrison In UW pari-k ret in (his I.lend containing b* admeasurement sia biaadrad and two and one quarwr enuaia teat ,.f Chrt. thouaand fi' thereabout, butting and buunduag an a place calh-d oi Ban Vbtw Hotel on landa loraaarry of Mar* Ann Cooper lata of Prank Cmlg and on the pa h tl r road or however e**a — saana i.*r bull and bo*.nd together • the meeeueges. gwwUlng louaea and bulldanga and all other eracU-.na and buihtmga •* %  sahl aarcei of land aeat-ied and built standing and being with their appurtenance* UPBTT PKrE gSJSO t 0 BBL'OMDLY AXL. THAT c.rtaln masauaga awaiUDghouaa or atore 'ttnatad in High Slrewt hi tha City of Bridgetown In Shis Ialarul and numbered 15 In the said mart weather with the land a Ba staa n the HIM sUnds and Unrrtu belonginf conUlning by adJneaauremeiit one thousand one hundred ad anteen aqnare feet or fheeeeheuU butting and bounding on the premise, known aa Numbers IJg Koe bueh Street and 14 High Street on the premises known as Pfumbai 16 High Street and on High Street aforeaakd oi •am* may butt and bound, together with the i aaa 'he the dwcliii.g • racuena and toolldlngp en Uie> built sanndlng and being wilh their i M AXi, THAT cerlab. pwca or | land wil the ulna thouaand and .lataen aauara feet or UiaraabouU .for and thsrty-aasa pare bear and alao eight fort* square feet of tha public road situate in or near relied Hastings in the said par lab of Christ Church In this Island butting and bounding en Landa now or late of one Mrs Innlaa on tha aaa on lands new or kite of Marcus O-annum at al and an the public road or however alee tha same may butt ami bound together with tha messuages dwellinghouaci and buildm. aad all other ereetJons and building* on the said parcel of land • %  acted and built .landing --id being with their appurtenance. JCE 3.000 • a. SALE OF ABOVE-MENTIONED PMOPnTuDs. 7th November IMS B WILLIAMS. Reglsuai-ln-Chaiireiy M IS M :i< SHIPPING NOTICES ATTENTION ALL REDIFFUSION SUBSCRIBERS! In Ihe Nmrmbn IMS REDIFFUSION PROGRAMME'S 1 PAINSo! PILES Slapped in 10 Mlnlt It ta no longer neceeaary to suffer .*lne. lUhing and torment fr.m Ptieo • ,ncalhadU>-ei of M*ta ili-rmerfy karam SS Chlnaroidl Hytae atarto te ...e* la 14 mlmitea and aoi ont> >tnpa '!. pain but alao ia.es ailt the s-sll I ng. stopa bleeding and combaxa nerve rtltail"" thereby rnrhlng otker irou%  steacanaad by Pile* sack aa Head*<-ha. Serrouineaa. Bar-karr-.. C—aiiuau.m. ioaa el efrergy. debility, and Irritable .11. position Oat M/toa frai %  'rug*.•! today tinder lha The bl/V %  MONEKA will accept Cargo and feexngers for Dominica. Antigua. Hmnieial. Mrrts and St Kltt" Sailing rr.dav 14th mat J5AGUENAY TERMINALS SacUttfJ CANADIAN SERVICE From Montreal and Halifax "PUD A EIIXRS" i % %  STU<;ARDi.Lifiri.v End '"•.'Mil 1 I SOUTH BO UtVD SOt'TBBOt'NP I tarried Ar.lv.I Dale* Baraads. 1g Noyembar 3 November II Daeemtew U.K. SERVICE From Newport, Swansea. Liverpool and Glasgow a... Llreraaal I Nov. 17 November 1> Nos 4 December Dec End December Mid Dec Earl, January U.K. AND CONTINENTAL SERVICE From Hamburg. Kettmlam snd London Eaaseteg Anriyal Hambarikelltraam Laadan Dsles Barbades B Ovt llOct, saOcl a Noyembar a No. 10 Nov IS Nov 1 December Burly Dn' Mid Dae. En Again. PLANTATIONS LTD. Phone 4703 ALCOA STEAMSHIP COMPANY INC CANADIAN SERVICE (FHTSIGHTLI) KIM 14 Oct 15 Oct ll aet M Nov Nov. Dec. sg Oct T Nov IS Nov. .'• r,'.. Limited Passenger Acornmodation Avallabla •r information apply Da COSTA 4 CO LTD., Phi NEW YORK SERVICE rrvEav rnuit WE.S> l-lHUOlTfl) M Nov M Nov II Dec St Dec. M Dec T Jan. 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WHATS ON TODAY %  15 a v ESTABLISHED 1895 MBER 4. 19&2 Yugoslavia Will Join Defence Against Aggression Marshal Tito Assails Soviet Foreign Policy ZAUKEB, Yugoslavia, Nov. 3 MARSHAL TITO bitterly annulling Russia and praising the West for its unconditioned defence aid said Yugoslavia will actively support a "joint defence against agresaion". —Marshal Tito djrtivered a 40.000 word address to the Yugoslav Communist Party Congress where:. ha traced the prese-' I-IIM.".. hack to the Twhecn. Yalta and Potsdam conference*. hut laid most of the blame on Russia's doorstep* for event* since owing lo her h>i" Concern Over Brazil Likely To Be Eased He md the s .vi.i lahatad I^ONDON NOV rt Yugoslavia and other small naBraSllI payments difficulties) ll0^ ,, inl behev;ng she it pubU"' %  v Up. i? Uen Cnngresi >( that country*! econom o .incus m iQ \ PI the legitming of SeptemWr v ill tenu to ease some of the more B nrdlng to banking circles. There hah been a rising tide of In London over Brawl's shortage of sterling and the lark "f Briti-h purchase of Brazilian cotton this season, evet since the British Credit Guarantee Department suspended Its guarantee* or. exports In Brazil last June Thi* resulted n experts i.. Brazil coming to a virtual full stop. Recently the announcement of a barter deal of British Jet aircraft for Rrazuian cotton, while welcomed by many exporter*, has been the subject of much adverse comment In banking .md financial circle* —C.P. But Yugoslavia's split %  Inform had m< inbuieu greatly to the su bs guont decline of world wide Soviet (Uracted C< m inunlst strength. id the Yugoslav Comn .. with Lnb progressive movement* even where there were dilterencos of opinion Hut added II vi-i ready for formal union with International Socialist groups. Marshal Tito vtgortn. I clued Russia as a country where live workers were exploited worse than In Capitalist eoUntl H raid Soviet Foreign Policy had become merely old-fa-hioned Imperialism. v.r Welcome For barbadian Judge POKT-OF-SPAIN, Nbv 3 Mi. Clyde Aichei wno das been appointed Acting Judge of the Supreme Coui • <>l Tiuudad and Tobago lag) weak, received a warns, a'"' cordial welcome from 'in ll.i gl San Fernando ti; moiiilng when he sat on the lien for the Brgt time. Mr. Archer who was Acting Solicitor General up to last week is in San Fernando to preside over the November Criminal Assizes. Welcome %  ti oaa laa. were led off by Mr. A. C. Itlwntt. Crown Ceunaal on beii.ilf or the Law Officers and Mr. Gaslon Johnston on behalf of the Bar Association joined. Mr. Justice E R. L. Ward in San Fernando to preside over the Supreme Court sat with Mr. Archer during the welcome addresses. He said he knew Archer since he was a boy in Barbados find he hoped "this Is only a foretaste of what lies in store for him." Replying Mr. Archer said that lie was vary thankful for the warm welcome of San Fernando. He knew of the cordiality which existed between the Bench and the Bat there and promised to do all he could to maintain It. Governor Arundell Huns ProceeeiouH Gov< power' Publlr clarcd GRENADA, Nov. rnor Arundell. undei vested in him by Order Oi all publli tha the depro SUGARCANE EXPERTS MEET The IS52 meeting of the A B tie. of the B.W.I. Central Sugar Cane Breading Station opened vesierdtiv morning %  Sciagfere ui u A* %  i.-ulmre untiri* IraaansMp of Mr. C. C. IIM.-I lor Of AgTtCUlt ill' who Is en airman of the Advil ; Hon'ble I John Saint. Mi (i C Stev< Ml B M Innisi l(otani-t liar-' badoa. re also sent to Mr. A. deK. Frampton. Agricultural' Adviser to the Comptroller for hi vi'li D enl und Welfare%  ltd Mr. P. E. Turner. Sugar Auronumist. w tut these tram unable to atlend. Dunng then stav In Barbados, %  • %  .liewill vtaH i; Rrajj Agricultural rodrng%  Mfimental Statfc \i.MK MVMIIII tntv LAKES HKIDOL. ST ANDEKV is once more damaged. A sectlm la*t month No repair* have I • lucli lia been 1 UM brldc (tc -tartrrl i-Mbwl away snS r#pairsd on numerous I lUiiatt.i waawralitd awsy during Hi* haavy rainGOVERNORS DEPARTURE DELAYED NEW8 hj bean receive* that thr 8.a "Orai baa baaii delayed and will not ba reaching Barbados until UM late afternoon of Tur-day Itl. November Ills En elleucy the Ooveraor and Lady Savage will arrive at the Baggage Warehouse at 6.30 p.m. and wiU leave for the ship at 6 p.m. lloads In St. Andrew Pose Serious Problem 1 i main hi K liwaya of St. Andrt-w hnvr m>w %  MUK bye-wavs 1.u t„nt.„i*u M a result of frequent lands lid. s OfJUMd during heavy rainfalls within i.n gnt yatXI i pose cession* In the colony between Nuvemlter 1 and Janu.u 31 next. The order does not apply lo funeral, ox processions held under the auspices of anv recognised religiondenomination The ban blunt.the .uiti>ii.ii'i'.i November 11 march through the strecta of St. Georges ui which the leader of the movement taut ex t en d ed an invitation tfollower! of the recent Market Square meeting with a possibility of using the occasion tu whip up feelings of the workers in connection with %  wage boost claim on which ihe MMWU have declineo meellnn with >• npkrytn for dlscuaslon and up to the present Ignored a memorandum in reply to the claims setting out the position of ihe agricultural Industry. Every opportunity has also been taken by Gairy including the exploitation of the privilege of immunity of the legislature to refer to public works department irregularities and urge rests. Police Clash LONDON. Nov. 3. Conflicting reports gelay said weckeni boi uor Olashj light with mortars and light machine gun. by Indian and Pakistan fronUei police alona the ln' none Lahore. No casualties were reported In either Mceount. RafMrti from Karachi said a 'to-hour pitched batUs between the two countries' police force taitad Saturday night after aggression" by Indian police mi two Pakistan border villages. An Indian report from Bombay said "heavy 24 hour long ihe" came after PakhMun forcehad entered three Indian border villages and threatened a fourth Both reports said clashes endet! with .i ceaacilic after confernets, between senior poUoS Of I Ilie two I ouiltries. —v.r AT ST. THOMAS* \l MSIIOI SIJ S. Africa Aske thi symlM>i ui that huge t I .), struggle to maintain the dlgnll fs.il. ind worth of ti,. |,,*,), i South Africa even now are enguged. -II'. Gamrmw O/Mmn leewards Leg. Coicncii ol thcfig luada whirh wan tl % %  until .„. Mill in ;i bad ttaU of -lisj-tpair, and Ihey continue i >lem lo the Highway Commisatontn %  so or the road i i ,.,,!.. ,. i ".%  i men wen %  % % %  kl a iKHilden %  %  Wall) at ad tin th.r M. • %  1*'" ol h.-.i %  j u .nie v '. IMB mini > tmartei of .i mil lence I th. „, tbt vati %  ii Mo* loroufd] ihe watarJHn^ %  %  greal iiannelMng process haa iinilei-goniduring the pu-i ita i.-plied saying i' MI on oiistltulional Itlan" of the Leeward oust awiiii the decision an Iha West Indian Federation. Although the abolition of the Laaerard islands |*edt i 11 loi in the :ur. I hope no membe "Vy** 4 ** ,ld :wiM feel that hitime u, wanted 1 '' %  '"i.ii tin. Council The redeialhMi waters tnagjof the Upward Islands and the %  r* 1 *I general Ugaslativ Counefl h-v. long and distiiiKuinheii history mot now a ible lo any ng all StSimons and Turner Hall U I i tfonfj broal Kirovea to Haggatts. one sees on de canes three or four from the hedgerow void UP ground. The new lluggatt* Bridge which %  wpportad wMi i • hirh replaced Ihe I dg survived laa srrtad -way Mellon or the Lakes Itridge which te/£T "', d % %  .'/'*/ %  '' " JOvai on the Western side L( the,,,,,. d y Unctlon „, | l-ivln been k ....lei fo, -t month The wall repaired. western aids of at. Tboauu Almaaoaas, rhlcli rang acroa gully, is now being Wall Being Repaired U St. Thamm J Alhishoust Leewards Chos.l)e|>nty Prcidenl One hundred and six feet ol the wall bordering the western side of the St Thomas' Almshouse, which wa* washed away during the heavy rains last month, is now being repaired. The wall runs across a gully through which a strong current of water flow after heavy rains, | it was constructed with a small hole through which the water flowed but this proved too small an outlet for flood waters iv being constructed with a hole, four feet squa with manv other holes surrounding it The same section of the wall revtounly washed away the night of November 26. !P baavy shower After it was rebuilt, it withstood th. i high winds on the night of Augut 31 and morning of September 1. when • Stva damage was done In surrounding districts. 'king Small. the t e ateumer "Mataura. ,i m r haV e replied that r f a?w!^ uTTnS. 2?> rh *y •" "• **• 1 their demand, for ncrease and collective bargsmne are met The strike I Agents Divert Their Ships From Belize BELIZK VESSELS BOUND FOK HELIZE. where port workers are ukin part in the Bntiti Honduras general strike, have been diverted by tbair j.Jents to other porti*. Among the ships diverted war of Alexaiidf! Hamilton %  oi Nevis and I am told that the two Uuitlora manlllulsflllaa thai %  Iibsj A;. ii Million bad Ututlon of ti" i' ltd in mind when drafting U s %  Miatitution Apart rrosa tbt %  ..in iein and line history i %  imuch -ink wnteh %  handled la OSg I .i federal basis until ' .ui sure ihm CoUtv il will work with a full reallzatmi. ol .t. port iii" even though this may n ihaps be the last general Legi: %  iiiicll of the colony." I To test the effectof "desj On pace i removing debris from the ,ii H "As It Is now being eon I II is not likely to collapse again. urK | ii, unless there Is a very powerful 'chosen to i* Leeward Islands repcurrent o( water rushing through r^aauiives at the West Indian, the gully Very few things cai the power of water'. The Honourable Sydney T| Good Prospects For Crops In Trinidad l Ifnlman WUIiaaag, bog another i i>ects foi cocoa, coffee fairly long dry spell and although i • m are very good. The larger area was planted with said. • ill be the Leewards f* 1 m n m ,h At present there are 52 inmates ,.-,nesenUtive on the Cerlbbc in' 1 "* "idurtrl. in the St, Thomas' Almshous* i Commission Honourable* V, C. aockers. Of this number. 27 are females. R„H. E S. Lake. ft. L Bradshaw. 14 males, nine girls and two || n r>avls. B. W Oriffl'h, boys There |g onlv one Isolated an d y H. B. Penn were r i* ., -rve .oi the redernl Executive The Almahouse Is Kept In %  Council, very sanlUry condition It is surThe Governor appointed the rounded by many fruit trees and Honourable Sydney T ChnMian situated on a hill .lember of the When the wall Is reconstructed, O-r-Tal Legislative Council to be undesirables will be prevented a member of the Federal Execufrom entering the premises live Council timber an-1 bulld%  ell Malaccans Proteut NEW YOIIK failed South Malac. Monday requested the l eral Aasembly to ci W eharges that Indonesia ha invad1 HI th west Paclflr homeland with assist,. lands armed forces — I7.l\ %  Ugai oane H looking well, bi %  is likely to be 1-elow 1952. Mr. William-arnved here on Sunday night by B W I A t. %  meeting of the Advlsunittee of Ihe B.W.I Breeding %  l Vugai Cane lnveslisation Committt-.r*M wa^ %  Mrs Williams Iha Ocean View Hotel said that the been ver I i that a large crop I corn was expecUd and the '• | ed 109 IJepartmenl ol AKriculture had antmali during the month of "reeled additional *tornfe ipase Oetobei Tin n ng care of this crop .1 h^ crop on account of the caes not expected that th total output was likely |n exceeo rarafss. He said that the Secretary of St ,Ufor ttW ( olome had aUSt approved a grant from Colonial Development and Welfare for %  1.expansion of Ihi land settlement programme and fnr the next four years, a sum of $600,000 would be )"penl for %  109 ANIMALS DESTROYED Sir Alfred And Lady Savage Say Goodbye HIS EXCELLENCY ihi liovernoi arid i lust niyht said |{oodb\i lo ihe i well messak. broadens! the g sTfjjin sJ Seivui' Ltd Sir Alfred ai S S Orunjetluri lor u tiMii new duties m British Cuiaiv, His Excellency said 'M> wife and I have com he '.o-night to say a Iva "irto We leeVS M.iihnrios to. enlng ha .> iMhdai In %  up our new duties bi sarftlgft % %  it h Huraa raan iao n i rived in thli island both of ui %  verg i Uttla si pn %  i Igh offlos to Idch wi •opolnted snd of tha n i Barbadsana of u-mtt a mn Uou peoi fcave to us on that ftr>? !iall nOTST forget Nivar befoie In any patt ot Uk srortd had v. %  • en -IHII a demonstration of l haffl ,,ii,i lofsjb to Uie Itrili h Crown on the arrival of a net* Governor "We have .iriv.n and walked round Ihe island. juohrilil> greatI and gaps far more lhan Ihe ma'oiit\ of yoti Our aim has been in gel lo kno* ny pa ope s as possible snd IheJi Lnten klews. and to achieve the distinction saldom cooisrrad on ngei of "bslonglngr to th tontmunitv Of Harbudiu. Manv I you have been very generous in the last sin week* In re lluuent* and goixl wishes and tliore has been a hinl of reprouel iftei oni\ i,., C'mnuelling i;. %  %  You will realise thai "in, muff I.JM Urn v.n Compelling reasons i.r us io land We have worked in -m nttn-i. i mnililas, %  havi m v i ,,-iHt ,.u ovei ihe world anil thu %  p| nuitmeiil in I tl i mortesl ita> a i h i.-ver felt %  O keenly at leaving a %  %  wg do today %  he U %  not i>-en i,. i, i... ittt i primarily because of the thre.a of u : .ii ui ol n mi tea tins cost of bviuu !' h lb' !'** been picvcnl. Hul lid* l-lmvl has enjoyed many bleulngs. Whave had three good rnpa ann MOO pSIOea loi them, vie havi tie. II free of hurricanes, there havi been no epidemics; and good inlustrlal and community relations nod Oui neigha> On pai S Mr. Cuke In .London LON I'll A. Cuke and M MeOw irrtvad lodaj f i,.., i nj Ihi Pood Ministry the price to le paid for Hit IW.'.3 KUgar crop Ik-lesate fioin M.inoiiweaith sugar urodm-ing countries are also in n and there will tan in nal meeting probubl> toiooi : before un upproht-h in made ihe Ministry -ir M I Kl II \V \ii Retired (ien. Criti'ises Mr. Truman MW f Allwrt ll %  repni 1 .1 K' .: rondiet which i ii hat C.en W. i I I jhlican uiquickly tccured /axa/ Agmtt: S. P. MUSSOH, SON & Co ltd %  ROAD STREfc1 P.O. Bos 7, Phone 4*65



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PAGE TWO t BARBADOS AVDVOf ATr a/tib QaUinq TUESDAY, N-OVF.MBFR 4, 1S4 FIGURES IN 'WFnniNG OF THE YEAR' Canon Warner 1 ._VOC/ Ihe 8 o'clock. Commi. St. Michael's Cahedral i Sunday morning. This w.i a ff peel to Mil (nr Englmd todj before uoing on to II i %  *5 will UlM i Lin I iiiy Tnmitrrmc M R. AND MKS A A. Me FADDfcX of Cuidsd-Bollva,, who are at present holidaying • >cean View expeci %  ••• <>n Wednead^y by the f > tumble for La Ouall their ivuy home Mr. an. ,| (ten wUo rig leave in the d here a week **-. wftl i.'ughter Laura whom theput to school al Codrlngton Mi. Mr Paddrn is an engineer u. s. stcei ,„ 55331 %  ''•/. „,. Mn/Mhv /"-AITAlr. and Mr,. John Bnldei 1 ,v" d c i l ''' ln and "• smlih of Toronto, arrived hut "'•' %  I. l> T.C.A. For a holiday H ,re UMU •' "" 'i"" 1 £ %  £"''" Sn der •" d c.pi.i, SSh T.CA P " '""""' <•* /„ A-/. /.„,.,•„ M';, A ""> "• %  0 MILNT MARSHALL and „„., rt.ughl. r returned to St Lucl. b, B.W1.A.. on Saturday |.,| „,,,.; %  holiday. Abo returning to Se Lucia b. Inc same opportunity was Mr. '"''"' V ' (ft Immnmm 1 \fl> AMI MHS. DENIS %  I: no(Si LU CUJ .,„, arrlv ., pr „. I H.W.I.A. „n Saturday lav ( -">e EUi-lric Mm "llday. ^&V ^ff y r!* W ,h ^ '"> %  "". %  unit Caiam m *> S ilt CEOUUE SEEl r, !" V ZQ f 2500 troller Qf J£0i P Ashl; One Box ;E; T„...U.C. % B B r T, S U n " M1 S/wuid T/iis Woman We^? "The Church ON ;: IVI OP IHfll M..I.AGI. I or.l Ogllvv. 16. moat &f lig.ble baehelor A l) hnr-M. Mlts Virginia Forlunt Ryan, in 1 this welding of U. S. wealth and Br.ti> h < con nl d<-ret I "the * 'dltuj of tht year." Lord Ogilvy arcs ones Ihoui P rgaraTi best beau. Miu Ryan Is the great tar of lb* latt Thou %  fortune Hvan (lniernaii n n-i T IC I I'riziH in in 1 results Of tha Kim:l-r./e Winnerh,i\. HOI til ll.illil. Till : .: — %  • %  """a ana |ia !" iiKri. iva\ • gntoful 10 the varioili arm. ,n lh ? island by B.W.I.A. yester'who donated Aha **•> morning enroute to the U.S.A. InifrfiniliStay jyf IIS. AHTHUR RAMSAY City 1 mi* cit-iii lanuii drier Mi % %  K CPo n oi. MM COM Bin Colin Vaughn; One Denton Chin Ornament Miss Elsie Pilgrii 1 One Pair Shorts made to oidai Mrs. Alma Hutchinson; Ca>h $23.00 — Miss Audr y ( !i K-olates—Dr. OH Bottle Whiaky S. Crichlow; One suit ./here she will remain fo. -n inderlnite stay. Mr*. Ramsay is the daughter uf Mr. and Mrs. S. H. Douglas of 'Aeadla', Government HiU. At the airport to see her off were many relatives and friends Many Uap/iy Return$ f ANY happy returns to Misses 9 M A -Miss S. Crichlow; One suit cu*o T *Ju*n Ureaves and Lorraine Sunday night. A " Dr. A. W. Storey; One Therm..Chirke who celebrate their blrthMr Earlc Hemnel Cnrti.K^-F,a k — Mr s R Taylor; One days today. A jolly time to you %  I .r.duagMiss Nell Hall; both " d best wisne-s for the Mad to the island after two " c *••*— Mu Audrey Ashby; '""' * One China Ornament — Ml B / nsimfrrrfa THOMAS, U Of Demerara Assurance, recently J for Trinidad wherv A. Hall he has been transferred to the 1 u, HOIUO or* ioviBfosa to. 1 h| n G fi-lrlltaxt Haw *""" "* "" %  •• •*> wfctc* rout on rufci-uis'ss .".I. Suffia-sE-s JI.'S. married and has a family. I MARCH ti u \rrnn. m i*rt- — have liked many men but have iS*!!.? * % 0 %  • OJ, •'"• *•""* to" "" loved none i^m now 38 and 5^:''"^!^ ,^^'"^2^ a man has asked me to marry w. vm, mhnir-iiy mt-iir-n him. I like him l,ul %  •"' %  %  •"•'^ *•"•' him. Is it wise to let ham go .-. %  M ., „ -.* %  -. rs and hope someone else will ask .,, *££*!? impre.„on m naht piacn has not fulfilled her destiny unt "-> ** •• *ioiar at ILNI less she has children JErM P a7*wVrJ* € J %£ aM As humans we have links with imi-i Aip-*ct> favour aanaibto at_ the animal world, but our mission """ %  "•" *!' %  Domaatie affair. m life Is wider The capacity for "%£& £ %  )V(I „ •elfless low in the tcrvic of God w !" w3&ZZ r m W*2* 1 *! !" and our fellow men is the halli-tta*. t>ot>i>ir mt, „i ),--|,.i* n t i mark of a human beinK. Thnt's b "" •""-< ress*. ni iha. ,-.,, i. where our life's mission lies. HSmXSk~' r,m 'S mm k n w You see the point? This selfless •nrrnanta n u otTonica I love is the alorv of marriage It •-*•*••> — Promota -ro-jr *n abinu ( . all the services women render to aonvitie* t^. brans Mm-than-aa-ad r* society a i* j,• ocronaa t u MOVIXSIK I "' % %  III.III iKaarfSil — Can tntkidrr>bl Should vou marry this man 1 '*" dw "> * (..iiowina natural in.iu.ei*. The answer turn, on what you f£ T \t?%TJS? "^e-2 "^ think love means. Falling m ^ peatw-a. love' is a poor reason for setting Noviamga u ia DKIMIII your hand to the Ufelon adven<*•••"' %  • Your ptanri* favoui 22 1 ££•! *"•'• " • ; i -"-' "'"•— "".-". SE more to it ihan romantic yearncWhim. •>ni>rtaini<>*>>t aim rate %  ngs. Fundame„,„l..y, love mean. ^SSST"o,T. .XEX'l dedication — giving yourself, tabu. *P*<-iall> in any vrloua bbU. That IS the only right basts for Clavet manasrmmt can turn a mrdi rnarrl aga lining made your decision, JAI ARV n t* rinatABt rOU will stick to it. and if later IA 0 ...I. uni. aaajaatoos ,., on you find the prospect of %  ** unmawd t'.mantlc love with someone ele D^.-if"".!!.,^ >ou will reject it out of hand. You will dismiss the temptanaat'ABY ti u MARCH n ipum tion as destructive of marriage to : .?• d "f" bU fi SS^^J^SSS which you have deliberately" set tS&jgT £SSSg JStSS >OUF hand. favourable atptet So do not be goaded into marvou BORN TODAY M... pianei nage by false ideas of a woman's ?' '"'" 1 '" !" '^;. T1 nd y^^SZ mission But If your feelings about I ,„ 0 n Jn "1,; "^ vimr friend stand Up to the tests >nilns, • %  ularar. rni>nainr. annt I have SUBgested, you OUght to ?*** rellalon moi*. and quirl momanli take h„ p,opol serioualy. %S^SSJS*1SSUr^^ Listening Itoitrs NOt ivvi n BM raradr. 7 OS p m Tha Nf I Horn* Ntwa Itotn Brllali am — laiin Lawrence. %  -— 1^ K %  '%  "Tri imiijirrn-a 10 IT Carib understands that the Trlnjdad Branch for an indefinite aftle of the Dolls of .ill Nations pwlod. %  .• of the Hoval ri'" akc pla B ^^ al c osmo P"' i: -"' Vnninen* anil PI,a* U n hi by n.W.I.A.. from Win ut:', ""'""•' "< " 'l"nd. Klilfrlr mill In/nnl Fly TogPlfa; A MONG the paaaengera on "i""" • B.O.A.C.S and B.W. I A S and M Dm l^inltOH BrTlVll.K -.1 "VI If M R MARTIN KEIFT, ExecuII ve Secret Ml Hi M Jf {"''• l>o la married i„ Ml.s K.ilhleen Inoe, ariouled dau.hti-r „! Ihe late Mr |f N Leic-k J, n ,| Mrs. Leaeook. will leave Ic-day by Ihe ., tlianle M r.., Amsterdam. !" v B.O.A.C. S and B.W. I. A S On his arrival al the alttKltt he • #rv,c e from Ixmrton, arriving ut " met by Mr D. G liaeock r '"" l Thursday last wrek Pre*H!i.|B ,,f Ihp Chamber of Comwere MrB A Barunrd. an-d at meree w*Hisr Kuesl he was during >*•. and infant Brian, aged 4 %  I OTisIJlaj months, who will be joinimIn /'/l/.S. piirenls In SI. Lucia. M K.1..C A COPPIN, wife „f Mr *' % 1 !" 1 •T"'ed In Barb.iC A. Coppln. fonrwrli 1"" T 5 ,un,, IM Brian had Oovern—nl Annl.sl %  ,, "'''" '" "'" '"" "' ".W.I.A. since piisseiiKer for the" USA vl', „ avm ll l^'ndon. Hostess Loma Pui-il" Hi,,, l„ B.W.I.A ycslerd.v' J ,rnl r "'lurninii Irom ., holl. __ %  %  %  y "n Europe, ha. .,rl,-,l ,„ |.,„ U.S. '.'0/1.11/ Cvnrrtll lrenln during Ihe Journey. M R W. p MADDOX Unlle.1 d jt!"" "'' h rl ""' '" Tn i Sl.t ConJul^nera? Tn CailT" c Mr T" *" .ye**u_*. nslAs Communic.iDirector of Agrlcultu %  I'n dad and Mrs. Williams wx.. arrival, by B.W.I.A. on Sunday Mr. Willlama will allcnd 11 meel' ig of ihe Central Sugar Can. 'ding Station aftci William, holiday. *-hlch hi ill %  • % %  < Indie, arrived "i rrlmdari on Sunday nlghl lo make a general supervision of Ihe area He waa nvH %  ) Seawell Airport by Mr Henry o Ramuy, Unlleil Slaies Consul al Bridgetown and Mr. Ramsay whose guest he will — T ." rl " n '• -V In Ihl. Island "a. Mr. George Roddam, Engineer Madiio, '" V "" lor Mr Mart""""" "•"•"•"•H CorpSS lions Superintend Inlrnntil A ISO arriving In Uw ., J %  on Sunday by B W.I.A. f,„„ nidad Inlranalt to Dominic. olnn.' f Rupert and the Butterflies—7 W • crotiihi U n flower, toward* the buiirtlly. and io his delight iht ovt.y crejfure cnwl. on to t bloiom nd tun there. ADVOCATE BRIDGE %  y M. Harrison Cray Dealer: South, ( % %  mr alL N. C 1 91 i 9 9 i f i w ID K 10 ft 4 KJQfi U||2 f AKIOJ > 37flj *. V A K J S S 4 3 C A QG I, A take-out doub'e o; g siroog Two-bid was made on 'hir. hand when the Bn:i>l. warn p.ayed Italv in tne i'-' | ID internat lonal tournamen: of 1951 Our South players Two fp-tde* %  doubled bv Wrst North bid Three a^fcdaa g-ast passea and Homh bid name West led K ..* A i nd 9 10 •'" r"itn ran off all his Soades WIIM wan iBim nj itsi *-lut> li. tiai no rtrape Iron, • %  "d piay—it did no: wlvcli four red rard' lamed man. were In Room 3 the Brn:sh We.M doubled an opening One Spade, and the defon, aanir.,the same Hunt .on trace was helped bv the !"1*1 East in able to bio Clubs West led K frjl ioed by O 3. a* Bast's play he lirld %  Q T %  2 J killed any chance of r> endplav. TIII %  oro>. (.( %  ment. R>p. p m Rrndarvoui T S p m PerI'iptraii. SO* p.m. Charlie Xuni p m Radio Nvwtrorl. IX pm Openlna of Parlomant. B U p m 1 From Brllam. t 00 p m PhiliMl* Oirhntra, 10 00 p m Th* 10 10 p m From Th gdllqr'*)* P m MoeaT Mrlairi-n Talkots GLOB f:.'. TODAY ONLY. it. & g.38 "WABA81I AVENUaT Uotty Grable Victor Mature And "BRAHMKR IM11 DLOON" George Montgomvr> PI* I2r., Circle 24c.. House 34V Baleonj 60c, Box 72c. Kids 'i I'rlce at Matinee TOMORROW A THURSDAY. 4.45 A ft 30 P.M. "WHIRLPOOLH i chard Contv and Ceno Turney Jose Ferrer And \*-N at tht Butcher's Tripe Romaine By HELEN BURKE WHEN you sea tripe, do not think only of tripe and onions and the usual white lauce. Here is a new way to serve It For four parsons, buy about 2 lbs. of dressed tripe. Cut it into squares then wash and drain them. Meanwhile, melt l-2or butter or margarine In a large pan. Add a head of celery, cut into smallish pieces, two sliced large onions (Spanish, when possible), and three nice fat leeks, washed well, cut in*o inch lengths and washed again to get rid of all grit, and fry them together to a golden brown only. Add the tripe, cover and cook for 10 %  %  % % %  .t s Now add six chopped fairsized tomatoes, first peeled and with the seeds thumbed ouL If you have a little white wine add it, together with a pinch of grated nutmeg and pepper and salt to taste. Cover and cook very gently for on hour. Transfer to a large, shallow fireproof glass or earthenware dish, sprinkle with grated Parmesan cheese and brown under the grill. The oven is, of course, better. but why put it on when the grill will do the lob for you? Do not leave the room or answer the telephone because, on your return, you may find that the top has burned. WOaLD COPYRIGHT RCftKRVCD L. E. t. atr \Olft (//H/s/wts rial—I From Ihr AJkVOCATl >l\IH>\rj<',. "Hot flashes" of change of life stopped or strikingly relieved In 63-0%'of tha cases In doctor*' tosts! • Those suffocating "heat waves" — alternating wltb nervoua. clammy feelings and acoumpajited often by restless Irritability and nerrousnaaa — are well-known lo women suffering the functionally-caused dtatreaa of middle life "change-! You want relief from such suffering. And—chance* an— JOB can get It. Thrilling relief! Thankt to too famous Lydto Pink ham medicines' I a doc I or 11 m U Lydia Pin I h am %  Coaapound and Tablets brought ratte* from rrucb distress tn a) and 16% (raapa ot rfatyi of the oaa tasted. CoaapiaU or strlktrng rests/' Aaaaalng. you aay? Not to the many Uuwa ai n di of women who |BpW from aaparlance what these Lham medicines < Lydla Plnkham e l dot It eeti Uteotts* S woaaea't aa-wi•SIAaflo aareseu wmum •*> otaa i-aUef from me -ROI /tsaaer' saa eaaer fttaieataaelar-efaBMaft ste%  is/ MM." Their acUoc aotuaJlr la rery Try Uola FntHaDi'a on tha baala of nuidloalartdaDoc I Saa Uvoa. too. dont rain blaaaad rallal IroS tboaa •trrUlia -hot naanaaand wa ao a n ai T l .-atanaa ol >!.' Doat pU B ojl CM Ijdla Finkmeat Tipilalua compound or acu u a nroiaal Tablau wltb added Iron IMaJ sla. OKI, St,I. WonOtrl%l — too — for the fun, Uonal palna, cramoa, "draggad-oul and other dlacumfort u; OMBatrual Darlooal ItiiinitMirl ltintt> ToMDHIf >W UA'RUK T JOHN '! %  "" S t K pm %  L-'V IN *V Tt ,1 ISO | Wn-TERNR Kl I << %  s Re. BELL A, IIOOIIIII mil'.i M \> iTEh .is a i „ „ %  IOB TOI' I Dl caihi DOITMI ->M I fill \l; i or -II. M \ i El>aaKSOX Thuradai TRIMKC roi i: i M or I 1/tlS s I III I I Ml.lti.-1 WII.IIaNU Ih.iii-).) nnlv Paul Rubeaon -.I. mrsiH. John til'Al a OI'K'AST Or SIA'K MIR*" fharlr* 1TAHHFTT GLOBE OPENING FRIDAY 'he Immortal Classic of lean Valjrsui — who had the str.-in-iii of 10 men— lived the liven of two— and loved only once — JANETT/% inn ss .SHOP INeal Door to SINGER'S) ENTIRE STOCK ON SALE AT COST PBIC1 AMI UNDER COST. DRi:ssi:s for JII neraalen%. Blouses. .Skirts. Shorts. Jeans, Nylon Underwear and Stoe.ln.rs. HandbagH for Kvenlng and afternoon. Pantir-Glrdles. lA-k.-!.. I I I I I I SHOES FOR ALL OCCASIONS LADIES' CASUALS. Crepe Rubber Sole. While Buck. Navy Suede. While Buck Trim Red $8.77 CHILDREN'S TAN LEATHER SANDLES Crepe Rubber Soles—Siiei 7—10 $3 84 •• I '. H63 •• —• $5.M taa gy.. . Kavp touioyrTmr Thuraday only „ as a a is Hrpubhr Doubla -11 I'IIM, riRv I SUrrlns Roy Holwrta a Startiits'rTtday: c Kll'l I I I III I I, and ir TSU'r STORi Tony Curtl. Jnn aVarlfni Mmii — %  %  %  %  Kitr. > reel Munc.i Shltch II.% %  und hi. Ore. wllh DMl roran— The Deed Hid Kid. I'nivrriel Double MY OAI. IJVII MI set aed BAT taacK MOM dpenlni %  11 \ MIS.. niY and t OF rtUCAOO I use LIFEBUOY TOILET SOAP It's simple to keep IYo.h from morning 10 night—just use Lifebuoy Toilet Soap whenever you wash! Its rich, deep-cleansing lather really keeps you fresh, so much longer! Use Lifebuoy regularly, and stay fresh the whole time! mil PERSON II FRESHNESS llll OS


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15 a v
ESTABLISHED 1895
MBER 4. 19&2
Yugoslavia Will Join Defence Against Aggression
Marshal Tito Assails
Soviet Foreign Policy
ZAUKEB, Yugoslavia, Nov. 3
MARSHAL TITO bitterly annulling Russia and prais-
ing the West for its unconditioned defence aid said
Yugoslavia will actively support a "joint defence against
agresaion".
- Marshal Tito djrtivered a 40.000
word address to the Yugoslav
Communist Party Congress where-
:. ha traced the prese-'
i-iim.".. hack to the Twhecn.
Yalta and Potsdam conference*.
hut laid most of the blame on
Russia's doorstep* for event* since
owing lo her h>i"
Concern Over
Brazil Likely
To Be Eased
He md the s .vi.i lahatad
I^ONDON Nov rt Yugoslavia and other small na-
BraSllI payments difficulties) ll0^-,, inl behev;ng she
it pubU- ............. "'' v....."
Up.i? Uen Cnngres-
i >( that country*!
econom o .incus m iQ \
PI the legitming of SeptemWr
v ill tenu to ease some of the more
B nrdlng to
banking circles.
There hah been a rising tide of
In London over Brawl's
shortage of sterling and the lark
"f Briti-h purchase of Brazilian
cotton this season, evet since the
British Credit Guarantee Depart-
ment suspended Its guarantee* or.
exports In Brazil last June
Thi* resulted n experts i..
Brazil coming to a virtual full
stop. Recently the announcement
of a barter deal of British Jet air-
craft for Rrazuian cotton, while
welcomed by many exporter*, has
been the subject of much adverse
comment In banking .md financial
circle* C.P.
But Yugoslavia's split
Inform had m<
inbuieu greatly to the subs*
guont decline of world wide
Soviet (Uracted C< m inunlst
strength.
id the Yugoslav Com-
n ..
with Lnb
progressive movement* even
where there were dilterencos of
opinion Hut added II
vi-i ready for formal union with
International Socialist groups.
Marshal Tito vtgortn. I
clued Russia as a country where
live workers were exploited worse
than In Capitalist eoUntl H
raid Soviet Foreign Policy had
become merely old-fa-hioned
Imperialism.
v.r
Welcome For
barbadian Judge
POKT-OF-SPAIN, Nbv 3
Mi. Clyde Aichei wno das been
appointed Acting Judge of the
Supreme Coui <>l Tiuudad and
Tobago lag) weak, received a
warns, a'"' cordial welcome from
'in ll.i gl San Fernando ti;
moiiilng when he sat on the lien
for the Brgt time. Mr. Archer
who was Acting Solicitor General
up to last week is in San Fernando
to preside over the November
Criminal Assizes. Welcome
tioaalaa. were led off by Mr. A.
C. Itlwntt. Crown Ceunaal on be-
ii.ilf or the Law Officers and Mr.
Gaslon Johnston on behalf of the
Bar Association joined.
Mr. Justice E R. L. Ward in
San Fernando to preside over the
Supreme Court sat with Mr.
Archer during the welcome ad-
dresses. He said he knew Archer
since he was a boy in Barbados
find he hoped "this Is only a fore-
taste of what lies in store for
him."
Replying Mr. Archer said that
lie was vary thankful for the
warm welcome of San Fernando.
He knew of the cordiality which
existed between the Bench and
the Bat there and promised to do
all he could to maintain It.
Governor Arundell
Huns ProceeeiouH
Gov<
power'
Publlr
clarcd
GRENADA, Nov.
rnor Arundell. undei
vested in him by
Order Oi
all publli
tha
the
de-
pro
SUGARCANE
EXPERTS
MEET
The IS52 meeting of the A
B tie. of the B.W.I.
Central Sugar Cane Breading
Station opened vesierdtiv morning

Sciagfere uiu a* i.-ulmre untiri*
IraaansMp of Mr. C. C.
IIm.-i lor Of AgTtCUlt ill'
who Is en airman of the Advil CommltUe ex oftlcio.

rev* "if work of ho
Station during the past year and
. Iget for the r< h-
mg final i
that the meet ng
........
Attcndjiiv the massing are the
following represent..! tvea from the
member .
Mi C Holman H WlUiami
Uiuvtm nf Agriculture. Trinidad
Mi M A Din-, tor
Of Agriculture. Gienada. repre-
senting '.he tVimiward 1-1..: i*.
Mr R. R rollett-Smith who 11
nit Uie British (!n...n.i
Sugar Producers' Association;
Professor C. Y. Shephard ( UK.
Acting Principal of the Imperial
* Tropical Agriculture,
Trinidad; Mr. G. R. Gregory,
Senior Agricultural Officer. Brit-
ish llondura>; Hon'ble I
John Saint. Mi (i C !
Stev<
Ml B M Innisi l(otani-t liar-'
badoa.
re also sent to Mr.
A. deK. Frampton. Agricultural'
Adviser to the Comptroller for
hi vi'li d enl und Welfare- ltd Mr.
P. E. Turner. Sugar Auronumist.
w tut these tram un-
able to atlend.
Dunng then stav In Barbados,
.lie- will vtaH i; Rrajj
Agricultural rodrng-
Mfimental Statfc
\i.MK MVMIIII tntv
LAKES HKIDOL. ST ANDEKV
is once more damaged. A sectlm
la*t month No repair* have I
lucli lia been
1 Um brldc (tc
-tartrrl
i-Mbwl away snS r#pairsd on numerous I
lUiiatt.i waawralitd awsy during Hi* haavy rain-
GOVERNORS
DEPARTURE
DELAYED
NEW8 hj bean receive*
that thr 8.a "Orai
baa baaii delayed and will not
ba reaching Barbados until Um
late afternoon of Tur-day Itl.
November
Ills En elleucy the Ooveraor
and Lady Savage will arrive
at the Baggage Warehouse at
6.30 p.m. and wiU leave for
the ship at 6 p.m.
lloads In St. Andrew
Pose Serious Problem
1 i main hiKliwaya of St. Andrt-w hnvr m>w
-muk bye-wavs 1.u tnt.i*u M a
result of frequent lands lid. s OfJUMd during heavy rainfalls
within i.n gnt yatXI
i pose
cession* In the colony between
Nuvemlter 1 and Janu.u 31
next. The order does not ap-
ply lo funeral, ox processions
held under the auspices of anv
recognised religion- denomina-
tion
The ban blunt.- the .uiti>i-
i.ii'i'.i November 11
march through the strecta of
St. Georges ui which the leader
of the movement taut extended
an invitation t- follower! of the
recent Market Square meeting
with a possibility of using the
occasion tu whip up feelings of
the workers in connection with
wage boost claim on which ihe
MMWU have declineo
meellnn with > npkrytn for dls-
cuaslon and up to the present
Ignored a memorandum in reply
to the claims setting out the
position of ihe agricultural In-
dustry.
Every opportunity has also
been taken by Gairy including
the exploitation of the privilege
of immunity of the legislature to
refer to public works depart-
ment irregularities and urge
rests.
Police Clash
LONDON. Nov. 3.
Conflicting reports
gelay said weckeni boi -
uor Olashj light with
mortars and light machine gun.
by Indian and Pakistan fronUei
police alona the ln 'Miundar>' none Lahore. No cas-
ualties were reported In either
Mceount.
RafMrti from Karachi said a
'to-hour pitched batUs between
the two countries' police force
taitad Saturday night after
aggression" by Indian police mi
two Pakistan border villages.
An Indian report from Bom-
bay said "heavy 24 hour long
ihe" came after PakhMun force-
had entered three Indian border
villages and threatened a fourth
Both reports said clashes endet!
with .i ceaacilic after confer-
nets, between senior poUoS Of
I Ilie two I ouiltries.
v.r
AT ST. THOMAS* \l MSIIOI SIJ
S. Africa Aske To Suspend
Racial Laws
UNIT I
New York, Nov. ^rT
India and IS other Arab* an,
Asian countries called ujmr,
South Aii ii Um la tuapen
I VI [Kill, |
lion again f Jri.i ...
origin
Madan
Vijaya I. Pandit mounded Ih
warning that evenb In the Unw
are moving towards the Inevi
table ciitiislroplu-"
The 11 n i calUni
i poru.......i Ilk
Id ii. jd nas FViUtleal Coaa
nutlee Of the i' N
Assembly.
But South AM || .,
served notice that the niatb i
- Ui.
C.N. Its chief delegate Mi i, I
Jooste accused India of bad faltl ""''
id of conducting a "campaign cr //, ,
afDnnsI his country,
In nrtdition to Madam Pandit
delegates from Pakistan and Iraq
appealed '.o South Africa to If.-acticint racial dlacrl
Pakistan's Ahm cribed South Aftisai M.
niosi UwaUstd modern lag
islation to create racm
Madnm Pandit declared ttv
viKcii in this case
far beyond th. M.undaries Of demi
tnigtde *
in South Africa hav becorOC on re ,
l> thi symlM>i ui that huge tI .),
struggle to maintain the dlgnll fs.il.
ind worth of ti,. |,,*,),
i -
South Africa even now are
enguged. -II'.
Gamrmw O/Mmn
leewards Leg.
Coicncii
ol thcfig luada whirh wan tluntil ..
Mill in ;i bad ttaU of -lisj-tpair, and Ihey continue i
>lem lo the Highway Commisatontn
so or the road i i ,.,,!.. ,.
i
".-i men wen
kl a iKHilden


Wall) at
ad tin th.r m.
1*'" ol h.-.i . j u .nie v '.
Imb mini > tmartei of .i mil
lence I th. ,
tbt vati
ii Mo* loroufd] ihe watarJHn^
'
greal iiannelMng process haa
iinilei-goni- during the pu-i
UM MM QBOa
i: . .
h rolled a its iba i i n oJ
tvatar. Mug. boul h
pes ind inongnt
Bl the water. sUU blOOk
tei
liniMs.uhlr t Traffic
Road whuii i
The
,.
footpath, impai
ANTIGUA. Nov ;
A sparse gathering attended
nln| of the |<-wai
UaaagU, non.l legislative
founcll HU l
Kenneth Bteekburns luiTerlng
floenga. In a brief ad-
dress said: "I go
the eolonyV past pro-
-ie. mini during the rortheorn-
iriK budget session of the CotuV
.mber.
On Iha ubji-.i .,r defedera-
linn* i,( the I*oward l-lan know thcie ib i -ii.....i i*MUni
that ihe Iward Islands federa-
l on has | ..'fulness.
ouni i it- gaj laeolui
lion idling upon the <;
i Bad there.efte, 1,. I ., t, ,,

i ihe Lew.ii.i lalands.*1 As lion*
urabla members will knon the
Of s> ita i.-plied saying
i'MI on oiistltulional
Itlan" of the Leeward
oust awiiii the decision
an Iha West Indian Federation.
Although the abolition of the
Laaerard islands |*edt i 11 loi
in the :ur. I hope no membe
"Vy**4** ",ld:wiM feel that hi- time u, wanted
1 .....'''"i.ii tin. Council The redeialhMi
waters tnagjof the Upward Islands and the
"r*1*I general Ugaslativ Counefl h-v.
long and distiiiKuinheii history
mot
now a
ible lo any
ng -
all
St- Simons and Turner Hall U
I
i tfonfj broal
Kirovea to Haggatts. one sees on
de canes three or four
from the hedgerow void
up ground.
The new lluggatt* Bridge which
wpportad wMi i
hirh replaced Ihe
I dg survived laa
srrtad -way
Mellon or the Lakes Itridge which
te/T,"',d .'/'*/ '' "
JOvai on the Western side l( the,,,,,. dyUnctlon , |l-ivln- been
.....k- ....lei fo, 11 shows mKu of tgtenalve!.. r(
. isge. More than half of Its1 *
irngth. although -till standing, u

ha
ih the nest heavy
,'ig i,\i t
i
ees a vast
# isage 5
A SECTION of tha wall, about 106 foot long, bordering Uio
was washed away daring heavy rain* l>-t month The wall
repaired.
western aids of at. Tboauu Almaaoaas,
rhlcli rang acro- a gully, is now being
Wall Being Repaired
U St. ThammJ Alhishoust
Leewards Chos.-
l)e|>nty Prcidenl
One hundred and six feet ol
the wall bordering the western
side of the St Thomas' Alms-
house, which wa* washed away
during the heavy rains last
month, is now being repaired.
The wall runs across a gully
through which a strong current
of water flow after heavy rains,
. | it was constructed with
a small hole through which the
water flowed but this proved too
small an outlet for flood waters
' iv being constructed
with a hole, four feet squa
with manv other holes surround-
ing it
The same section of the wall
revtounly washed away
the night of November 26. !P
baavy shower After it
was rebuilt, it withstood th.
i high winds on
the night of Augut 31 and morn-
ing of September 1. when
Stva damage was done In sur-
rounding districts.
'king
Small. the
t e ateumer "Mataura. ,i m
' '*" fron Ih- I'niteil \ .'ion-
I itematKg l.,.er-
aency Pun .
re nrn.-ilain.'
u three wom.-i ANTIGUA, Nov. 3. nnounrement in Belize Ijr hah
the wall. Lionel j ,\l to^lay'- maaHng at tlie ll-nduras school children pay one
rorernan. told the1 Legislative Council the Honour- cent daib for ;. Blas of this
AdveeOe that they started con- able MSTUOS Davl.- was elerted[s|a*ein) milk
structmg the new section on Wed- oeput.v President. The Honoui- The Government hag fanlljafl
nesday last Previous to thtt they ,b)(., v l Brad-.the strikers thaf there will h- .,
ere ld tf rer^sent negotiations with the unions
"T ll*"nrilat ^eJ;tvvh" ,he "- con^sjue
Coronation Mi. Bird ,-nion I#aa>r, haVe replied that
rfa?w!^ uTTnS. 2?>rh*y " " ** "
1 their demand, for
ncrease and collective bargsm-
ne are met The strike I
Agents Divert Their
Ships From Belize
BELIZK
VESSELS BOUND FOK HELIZE. where port workers
are ukin part in the Bntiti Honduras general strike,
have been diverted by tbair j.Jents to other porti*.
Among the ships diverted war
of
Alexaiidf! Hamilton
-
oi Nevis and I am
told that the two ......Uuitlora
man- lllulsflllaa thai
I-ibsj A;. ,..... ii Million bad
Ututlon of ti" i' ltd
in mind when drafting
U s .Miatitution
Apart rrosa tbt *
. ..in iein and line history
i i- much
-ink wnteh
handled la OSg I
.i federal basis until
'
' .ui
sure ihm CoUtv il will
work with a full reallzatmi. ol .t-
. port iii" even though this may
n ihaps be the last general Legi:
iiiicll of the colony."
I To test the effect- of "de-
sj On pace i
removing debris from the ,iiH
"As It Is now being eon I
II is not likely to collapse again. urK| ii,
unless there Is a very powerful 'chosen to i* Leeward Islands rep-
current o( water rushing through r^aauiives at the West Indian,
the gully Very few things cai
the power of water'. The Honourable Sydney T|
Good Prospects For
Crops In Trinidad
l Ifnlman WUIiaaag, bog ''. ol Agriculture, Trini.lad, In addition, in the middle of the
Advocate yesterday thai K et %eaM.n. there wa> another
i i>ects foi cocoa, coffee fairly long dry spell and although
i m are very good. The larger area was planted with
said. ill be the Leewards f*1 m*n m ,h'
At present there are 52 inmates ,.-,nesenUtive on the Cerlbbc in'1"* "idurtrl.
in the St, Thomas' Almshous* i Commission Honourable* V, C. aockers.
Of this number. 27 are females. rh. E S. Lake. ft. L Bradshaw.
14 males, nine girls and two || n r>avls. B. W Oriffl'h,
boys There |g onlv one Isolated and y h. B. Penn were ,
ri* ., -rve .oi the redernl Executive
The Almahouse Is Kept In Council,
very sanlUry condition It is sur- The Governor appointed the
rounded by many fruit trees and Honourable Sydney T ChnMian
situated on a hill .lember of the
When the wall Is reconstructed, O-r-Tal Legislative Council to be
undesirables will be prevented a member of the Federal Execu-
from entering the premises live Council
timber an-1 bulld-
ell
Malaccans Proteut
NEW YOIIK
failed South Malac.
Monday requested the l
eral Aasembly to ciW
eharges that Indonesia ha invad-
1 hi th west Paclflr home-
land with assist,. *
lands armed forces I7.l\
Ugai oane H looking well, bi
is likely to be 1-elow
1952.
Mr. William-- arnved here on
Sunday night by B W I A t.
meeting of the Advls-
unittee of Ihe B.W.I
Breeding

l Vugai Cane lnvesli-
sation Committt-.- r*M wa^
Mrs Williams
Iha Ocean
View Hotel
said that the
been ver
I i that a large crop
I corn was expecUd and the ' | ed 109
IJepartmenl ol AKriculture had antmali during the month of
"reeled additional *tornfe ipase Oetobei Tin n
ng care of this crop .1 h^
- crop on account of the caes
not expected that th
total output was likely |n exceeo
rarafss.
He said that the Secretary of
St ,U- for ttW ( olome had aUSt
approved a grant from Colonial
Development and Welfare for
1.- expansion of Ihi
land settlement programme and
fnr the next four years, a sum
of $600,000 would be )"penl for

109 ANIMALS
DESTROYED
Sir Alfred And Lady
Savage Say Goodbye
HIS EXCELLENCY ihi liovernoi arid i
lust niyht said |{oodb\i lo ihe i
well messak. broadens! the gsTfjjinsJ
Seivui' Ltd
Sir Alfred ai
S S Orunjetluri lor u
tiMii new duties m British Cuiaiv,
His Excellency said
'M> wife and I have com he
'.o-night to say a Iva "irt- o
We leeVS M.iihnrios to-
. enlng ha .> iMhdai In

up our new duties bi sarftlgft
it h Huraa raan iao n i
rived in thli island both of ui
verg i Uttla si pn
i Igh offlos to Idch wi
opolnted snd of tha n i
Barbadsana of u-mtt a mn
Uou peoi
fcave to us on that ftr>?
!iall nOTST forget Nivar befoie
In any patt ot Uk srortd had v.
en -ihIi a demonstration of
l haffl ,,ii,i lofsjb to Uie Itrili h
Crown on the arrival of a net*
Governor
"We have .iriv.n and walked
round Ihe island. juohrilil> great-
I
and gaps far more lhan Ihe ma-
'oiit\ of yoti Our aim has been
in gel lo kno* ny pa opes
as possible snd IheJi Lnten
klews. and to achieve the distinc-
tion saldom cooisrrad on
. ngei of "bslonglngr to th
tontmunitv Of Harbudiu. Manv
. I you have been very generous in
the last sin week* In re
lluuent* and goixl wishes and
tliore has been a hinl of reprouel
iftei oni\
. i,.,
C'mnuelling i;. .
You will realise thai "in, muff
I.jm Urn v.n Compelling reasons
i.r us io land We
have worked in -m nttn-i.
i mnililas, havi m v i
' ,,-iHt ,.u ovei ihe world anil thu
p| nuitmeiil in I
tl i mortesl ita> a i h
i.-ver felt
O keenly at leaving a
wg do today
he U..... not i>-en
i,. i, i... ittt i
primarily because of the thre.a of
u : .ii ui ol n mi tea tins cost of
bviuu !' h lb' !'** been
picvcnl. Hul lid* l-lmvl
has enjoyed many bleulngs. W-
have had three good rnpa ann
MOO pSIOea loi them, vie havi
tie. ii free of hurricanes, there havi
been no epidemics; and good in-
lustrlal and community relations
nod Oui neigh-
a> On pai S
Mr. Cuke In .London
LON I'-
ll A. Cuke and M
MeOw.....irrtvad lodaj f......i-
,.., i nj Ihi Pood Ministry
the price to le paid for Hit
IW.'.3 KUgar crop Ik-lesate fioin
M.inoiiweaith sugar uro-
dm-ing countries are also in
n and there will t- an in
nal meeting probubl> toiooi -
: before un upproht-h in made
ihe Ministry
-ir M I Kl II \V \ii
Retired (ien.
Criti'ises
Mr. Truman
MW f
. Allwrt
ll...... repni
1 .1 K' .:
rondiet which
i ii hat
C.en W. i
I -
I jhlican '
ui 1 i *< not i
n
I
I '
. in ml MunoV .v'
io war, He :iiii i
Uon lumMasgad bla IM1
on China and Kore i
railed for the roll
I Maintenance f
forcos In Korea
material aid In *
1 led by Chlai
Kelih sh.-k' ''..
Fie. Chll I" .1 Cl
K
tyi .
wnmed that tht
United stai
t occupation of South K
nlher Soviet uop* n
Korean uniti trained bj
I ssfanl
i r
... yes, it's
always the
unexpected that happens
That YOU should ever lose your home or
, businessor bothbecause of an accident or ,
vomeone's carclcssnev*. is unthr.utsble ... or,
to say the Icatt of it. the last thing von want to
ifrins. about'.
Wouldn't M be much ajfasg to remove itu. fear
ul this (Hmibility AND ha* unplcjvant conse-
quences. h\ making it 'the first thing fOSj cnaal
about'' Ihcrc were IH tires in the Island in
194, not including cane tirc-i.
Wbv not arrange an appointment with a rcpri
ventstivT of Guardisn Assurance Co. Ltd.
NOW } An easy mind and complete uiMILtlaa
ire both ver>- quickly tccured
/axa/ Agmtt:
S. P. MUSSOH, SON & Co ltd
ROAD STREfc1
P.O. Bos 7, Phone 4*65


PAGE TWO
t
BARBADOS AVDVOf ATr
a/tib QaUinq
TUESDAY, N-OVF.MBFR 4, 1S4
FIGURES IN 'WFnniNG OF THE YEAR'
Canon
Warner
1 ._VOC/
Ihe 8 o'clock. Commi.
St. Michael's Cahedral i
Sunday morning. This w.i a ff
peel to Mil (nr Englmd todj
before uoing on to II
i *5 will UlM i
Liniiiiy Tnmitrrmc
MR. AND MKS A A. Me
FADDfcX of Cuidsd-Bollva,,
who are at present holidaying
>cean View expeci
* <>n Wednead^y by the
f > tumble for La Ouall
their ivuy home
Mr. an. ,|(ten wUo
rig leave in the
d here a week **-. wftl
i.'ughter Laura whom the-
put to school al Codrlngton
Mi. Mr Paddrn is an engineer
u. s. stcei , 55331
'''/. ,. Mn/Mhv
/"-AITAlr. and Mr,. John Bnldei
1,v"d.cil'''ln and "
smlih of Toronto, arrived hut
"''I. l> T.C.A. For a holiday
H ,,re *UMU ' "" 'i""1
"''" Sn'der "d c.pi.i,
SSh T.CA P",", '""""' '
<* / a-/. /.,.,
M';, A""> " 0 MILNT-
MARSHALL and .,
rt.ughl. r returned to St Lucl. b,
B.W1.A.. on Saturday |.,| ,,,.;
holiday.
Abo returning to Se Lucia b.
Inc same opportunity was Mr.
'"''"' V ' (ft Immnmm 1
\fl> AMI MHS. DENIS I:
no(Si lucuj .,, arrlv., pr.
I H.W.I.A. n Saturday lav (-">e EUi-lric Mm
"llday. "
^&V ^ffy r!*W ,h^
'">"". unit Caiam m*>
Silt CEOUUE SEEl r, V"ZQ "f *2500
troller Qf J0i P" Ashl; One Box
;E; t...u.c. % BBrT, SU"n" "M1 "
S/wuid T/iis Woman We^?
"The Church
ON ;: IVI OP IHfll M..I.AGI. I or.l Ogllvv. 16. moat ?lig.ble baehelor
A l) hnr-M. Mlts Virginia Forlunt Ryan, in
1 this welding of U. S. wealth and Br.ti> h
< con nl d<-ret I "the * 'dltuj of tht year." Lord Ogilvy arcs
ones Ihoui P rgaraTi best beau. Miu Ryan Is the great
tar of lb* latt Thou fortune Hvan (lniernaiinn-i
TIC
I
I'rizi- H in in 1
results Of tha Kim:-
l-r./e Winner- h,i\. HOI
' til ll.illil. Till : .: """a ana |iaiiKri. iva\
gntoful 10 the varioili arm. ,n* lh? island by B.W.I.A. yester-
'- who donated Aha **> morning enroute to the U.S.A.
Inifrfinili- Stay
jyf IIS. AHTHUR RAMSAY
City
1 mi* cit-iii la- nuii drier Mi
K CPonoi. Mm Com Bin
Colin Vaughn; One Denton Chin
Ornament Miss Elsie Pilgrii 1
One Pair Shorts made to oidai
Mrs. Alma Hutchinson; Ca>h
$23.00 Miss Audr y
( !i K-olatesDr.
. OH Bottle Whiaky
S. Crichlow; One suit
./here she will remain fo. -n
inderlnite stay.
Mr*. Ramsay is the daughter
uf Mr. and Mrs. S. H. Douglas of
'Aeadla', Government HiU.
At the airport to see her off
were many relatives and friends
Many Uap/iy Return$
f ANY happy returns to Misses
9 MA
---------Miss S. Crichlow; One suit cu*o *T*Ju*n Ureaves and Lorraine
Sunday night. A " Dr. A. W. Storey; One Therm..- Chirke who celebrate their blrth-
Mr Earlc Hemnel Cnrti.K^- -- F,a"k Mr s R- Taylor; One days today. A jolly time to you
I .r.duag- Miss Nell Hall; both "d best wisne-s for the
Mad to the island after two "c **Mu Audrey Ashby; '""'
* One China Ornament Ml B _
/ nsimfrrrfa
THOMAS, U
Of Demerara
Assurance, recently
------------J for Trinidad wherv
- A. Hall he has been transferred to the
1 u, hoiuo or*
ioviBfosa to. 1
h| nG. fi-lrlltaxt Haw *""" "* "" *> wfctc* rout
on rufci-uis'ss .".I. Suffia-sE-s ji.'s.
married and has a family. I march ti u \rrnn. m i*rt-
have liked many men but have iS*!!.? * %0,OJ,'" *""* to" ""
loved none i^m now 38 and 5^:''"^!^ ,^^'"^2^
a man has asked me to marry w. vm, mhnir-iiy mt-iir-n
him. I like him l,ul "' " "'^ *"'
him. Is it wise to let ham go .-.m ., -.* -. rs
and hope someone else will ask .,, **!? me, or should I accept his <^t -hi#-. ih unum,iBi roiin, pa
OlTer'" ' '"-* pr** and don't IM o1hr
The Church Vas never said "^ **" Y#u "*" IT,uch WI,,y
anything so foolish. In the early Mat m Mint ti - r" D
days of her history she put a ~t it..^i ^u rtoo vary high value on tlie celibate w"'^ -* "" Msssi that v.uum
or unmarr.cd life. Just think of .*uilT al^Slu f' "'. ""*
the place that religious orders t'*i.
have played in church life both < *' i- iv n *!...
in convents i.nd in monasteries. ^PS*A Bw^ws' kaao.Misd Mm
You are m.xmg up two things. ^ZZS".^^?? 1 to
Miologically it is true a woman '-> impre.on m naht piacn
has not fulfilled her destiny un- t ,"-> ** *ioiar at ilni
less she has children JErMPa7*wVrJ* J % aM
As humans we have links with imi-i Aip-*ct> favour aanaibto at_
the animal world, but our mission """ " "" *!' Domaatie affair.
m life Is wider The capacity for "%& ________________ )V(I
elfless low in the tcrvic of God ww3&ZZrmW*2*1*!
and our fellow men is the hall- i-tta*. t>ot>i>ir mt, i ),--|,.i*nt i
mark of a human beinK. Thnt's b"" ""-< ress*. ni iha. ,-.,, i.
where our life's mission lies. HSmXSk~' r,m'Smm k"n w
You see the point? This selfless nrrnanta n u otTonica I
love is the alorv of marriage It -**> Promota -ro-jr *n abinu (.
all the services women render to aonvitie* t^. brans Mm-than-aa-ad r*
society a
i* j- , ocronaa t u movixsik i
"' " iIi.iii iKaarfSil Can tntk- idrr>bl
Should vou marry this man1 '*"dw"> * (..iiowina natural in.iu.ei*.
The answer turn, on what you fT\t?%TJS?"^e-2- "^
think love means. Falling m ^ peatw-a.
love' is a poor reason for setting Noviamga u ia dkimiii
your hand to the Ufelon adven- <*"' Your ptanri* favoui
22 1 ! *"' " ;"i-"-' "'" "".-". SE
more to it ihan romantic yearn- cWhim. >ni>rtaini<>*>>t aim rate
ngs.
Fundame,l..y, love mean. ^SSST- "o,T. .XEX'l
dedication giving yourself, tabu. *P*<-iall> in any vrloua bbU.
That IS the only right basts for Clavet manasrmmt can turn a mrdi
rnarrl aga
lining made your decision, jai arv n t* rinatABt
rOU will stick to it. and if later ia0...i. uni. aaajaatoos ,.,
on you find the prospect of ** unmawd
t'.mantlc love with someone ele D^.-if"".!!.,^
>ou will reject it out of hand.
You will dismiss the tempta- naat'ABY ti u march n ipum
tion as destructive of marriage to : .? "d"f"bU fi SS^^J^SSS
which you have deliberately" set tS&jgT SSSg JStSS
>OUF hand......., favourable atptet
So do not be goaded into mar- vou born today m... pianei
nage by false ideas of a woman's ?' '"'" 1'"'^;.T1nd y^^SZ
mission But If your feelings about I ,0 ,n Jn "1,; "^
vimr friend stand Up to the tests >nilns, ularar. rni>nainr. annt
I have SUBgested, you OUght to ?*** rellalon moi*. and quirl momanli
take h p,opol serioualy. %S^SSJS*1SSUr^^
Listening Itoitrs
NOt ivvi n
BM raradr. 7 OS p m Tha Nf
I Horn* Ntwa Itotn Brllali
* am laiin
Lawrence.
- ---------- 1^K '- "Tri imiijirrn-a 10 IT
Carib understands that the Trlnjdad Branch for an indefinite
aftle of the Dolls of .ill Nations pwlod.
. of the Hoval ri'" 'akc plaB^^al c,osmoP"'i:-"' Vnninen* anil PI,a*Un
hi by n.W.I.A.. from Win ut:', ""'""' "< " 'l"nd.
Klilfrlr mill In/nnl Fly
TogPlfa;
AMONG the paaaengera on "i"""
B.O.A.C.S and B.W. I A S and M
Dm l^inltOH BrTlVll.K -.1 "VI If
MR MARTIN KEIFT, Execu-
II ve Secret
Ml Hi
MJf {"'' l>o la married i
Ml.s K.ilhleen Inoe, ariouled
dau.hti-r ! Ihe late Mr |f N
Leic-k J,n,| Mrs. Leaeook. will
leave Ic-day by Ihe ., tlianle
M r.., Amsterdam. * v B.O.A.C. S and B.W. I. A S
On his arrival al the alttKltt he #rv,ce from Ixmrton, arriving ut
" met by Mr D. G liaeock r'"" l Thursday last wrek
Pre*H!i.|B ,,f Ihp Chamber of Com- were MrB- A- Barunrd. an-d at
meree w*Hisr Kuesl he was during >*. and infant Brian, aged 4
I OTisIJlaj months, who will be joinim- In
/'/- l/.S. piirenls In SI. Lucia.
MK.1..C A COPPIN, wife f Mr*' %1"1 T"'ed In Barb.i-
C A. Coppln. fonrwrli 1"" T 5,un,, IM- Brian had
Oovernnl Annl.sl ,, "'''" '" "'" '"" "' ".W.I.A. since
piisseiiKer for the" USA vl', avmll l^'ndon. Hostess Loma
Pui-il" Hi,,, l B.W.I.A ycslerd.v' J,rnl*r. "'lurninii Irom ., holl.
__ 'y "n Europe, ha. .,rl,-,l , |.,
U.S. '.'0/1.11/ Cvnrrtll lrenln during Ihe Journey.
MR W. p MADDOX Unlle.1 d jt!"" "'' 'hrl ""' '" Tn"i-
Sl.t ConJul^nera? Tn CailT" c Mr T"
*" .ye**u_*. nslAs Communic.i-
Director of Agrlcultu
I'n
dad and Mrs. Williams wx..
arrival, by B.W.I.A. on Sunday
Mr. Willlama will allcnd 11 meel-
' ig of ihe Central Sugar Can.
'ding Station aftci
William,
holiday.
*-hlch hi
ill
< Indie, arrived "i......
rrlmdari on Sunday nlghl lo make
a general supervision of Ihe area
He waa nvH ) Seawell Airport by
Mr Henry o Ramuy, Unlleil
Slaies Consul al Bridgetown and
Mr. Ramsay whose guest he will ........
"T."rl" n' -V In Ihl. Island "a. Mr. George Roddam, Engineer
Madiio, '" V"" lor Mr Mart""""" """"H CorpSS
lions Superintend
Inlrnntil
A ISO arriving In Uw .,
J on Sunday by B W.I.A. f,
nidad Inlranalt to Dominic.
olnn.'
f
Rupert and the Butterflies7
W
crotiihi U n *0'ohmen- h*r a (
A. hi
- aoigcou.
post, me iknaafti
dot. not fly ,w.y.
rhjp. .t r,j. Ho.,.
i"t fir srh ape,,
do believe it u th. ._
'' the achoolfiusier uw thit
motmng. | wonder w!ui I'd britn
u' I Very gently ht
putnei rn> flower, toward* the
buiirtlly. and io his delight iht
ovt.y crejfure cnwl. on to t
bloiom nd tun there.
ADVOCATE BRIDGE
y M. Harrison Cray
Dealer: South,
(mr alL
N.
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9 9 i f i
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K 10 ft 4
KJQfi U||2
f AKIOJ > 37flj
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V A K J S S 4 3
C A QG
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A take-out doub'e o; g
siroog Two-bid was made on
'hir. hand when the Bn:i>l.
warn p.ayed Italv in tne
i'-' | ID internat lonal
tournamen: of 1951
Our South players Two
fp-tde* doubled bv
Wrst North bid Three
a^fcdaa g-ast passea and
!Homh bid name West led
K..*A ind 910 '"
r"itn ran off all his Soades
wiim wan iBim nj itsi
*-lut> li. tiai no rtrape Iron,
"d piayit did no:
wlvcli four red rard'
lamed
man.
were
In Room 3 the Brn:sh
We.M doubled an opening
One Spade, and the defon,
aanir.,- the same Hunt .on
trace was helped bv the !-
"1*1 East in able to bio
Clubs West led K frjl
ioed by O 3. a* Bast's play
he lirld Q T ,
2 J killed any chance of r>
endplav.
TI- II
oro>. (.(.
ment. R>p.
- p m Rrndarvoui T S p m Per-
I'iptraii. SO* p.m. Charlie Xuni
p m Radio Nvwtrorl. IX pm
Openlna of Parlomant. B U p m
1 From Brllam. t 00 p m Phil-
iMl* Oirhntra, 10 00 p m Th*
10 10 p m From Th gdllqr'*)*
P m MoeaT Mrlairi-n Talkots
GLOB f:.'.
TODAY ONLY. it. & g.38
"WABA81I AVENUaT
Uotty Grable
Victor Mature
And
"BRAHMKR IM11 DLOON"
George Montgomvr>
PI* I2r., Circle 24c.. House 34V
Baleonj 60c, Box 72c.
Kids 'i I'rlce at Matinee
TOMORROW A THURSDAY.
4.45 A ft 30 P.M.
"WHIRLPOOL-
H i chard Contv and
Ceno Turney
Jose Ferrer
And
\*-N - Jean IVIera
Debr.'i I*aget
Louis Jourdon
isial prki:s
iooiic for thi> at tht
Butcher's
Tripe
Romaine
By HELEN BURKE
WHEN you sea tripe, do
not think only of tripe and
onions and the usual white
lauce. Here is a new way
to serve It
For four parsons, buy
about 2 lbs. of dressed tripe.
Cut it into squares then wash
and drain them.
Meanwhile, melt l-2or
butter or margarine In a
large pan. Add a head of
celery, cut into smallish
pieces, two sliced large
onions (Spanish, when pos-
sible), and three nice fat
leeks, washed well, cut in*o
inch lengths and washed
again to get rid of all grit,
and fry them together to a
golden brown only. Add the
tripe, cover and cook for 10
".t s
Now add six chopped fair-
sized tomatoes, first peeled
and with the seeds thumbed
ouL If you have a little
white wine add it, together
with a pinch of grated nut-
meg and pepper and salt to
taste. Cover and cook very
gently for on hour.
Transfer to a large, shal-
low fireproof glass or earth-
enware dish, sprinkle with
grated Parmesan cheese and
brown under the grill. The
oven is, of course, better.
but why put it on when the
grill will do the lob for you?
Do not leave the room or
answer the telephone be-
cause, on your return, you
may find that the top has
burned.
WOaLD COPYRIGHT RCftKRVCD
L. E. t.
atr \Olft (//H/s/wts rialI
From Ihr AJkVOCATl >l\IH>\rj<',.
"Hot flashes" of change of life stopped
or strikingly relieved
In 63-0%'of tha cases
In doctor*' tosts!
Those suffocating "heat waves"
alternating wltb nervoua.
clammy feelings and acoum-
pajited often by restless Irri-
tability and nerrousnaaa are
well-known lo women suffering
the functionally-caused dtatreaa
of middle life "change-!
You want relief from such suf-
fering. Andchance* anjob
can get It. Thrilling relief!
Thankt to too famous Lydto
Pink ham medicines'
* I a doc I or 11 m U Lydia Pin I h am
Coaapound and Tablets brought
ratte* from rrucb distress tn a) and
16% (raapaotrfatyi of the oaa
tasted. CoaapiaU or strlktrng rests/'
Aaaaalng. you aay? Not to the
many Uuwaaindi of women who
|BpW from aaparlance what these
Lham medicines <
Lydla Plnkham e
l dot
It eeti Uteotts* S woaaea't aa-wi-
SIAaflo aareseu wmum *> otaa
i-aUef from me -roi /tsaaer' saa
eaaer fttaieataaelar-efaBMaft ste-
"is/ MM."
Their acUoc aotuaJlr la rery
Try Uola FntHaDi'a on tha baala
of nuidloalartdaDoc I Saa Uvoa. too.
dont rain blaaaad rallal IroS tboaa
trrUlia -hot naanaa- and wa -
ao anaiT l .-atanaa ol >!.'
Doat pU B ojl CM Ijdla Fink-
meat Tipilalua compound or acu
uanroiaal Tablau wltb added Iron
IMaJ sla. OKI, St,I.
WonOtrl%l too for the fun,
Uonal palna, cramoa, "draggad-oul
and other dlacumfort u;
OMBatrual Darlooal
ItiiinitMirl ltintt LOUIS L. BAVLEY
Bollen Laae
t aii i ir
The To-dar GardenSt. Jaaaea Rr To-rnono* SO p tn Famoua Eipmliilon Film ROM.TIKI" a -ROAD BLOCK Charts! Uc(ihaw
Thuraday laniyi a to p ln nil t OP DOSIfiAL
IH A/A THEATRES
hKHKilTOWN
Rarvdolph SCOTT
CARSON CITY
wan a Tlil H-. U.
PAIN1INO TH* CRatM II-
WITII HISHHINS <(.(
: III".II1S
MAN .RUN TCXA
T IIlife r a
Ol N I AH Jl HTH 1
Jiitinn WAKrJ.V
h \KH Attrr-.s
O.i SI Mi
TODAY >> ToMDHIf >W
UA'RUK T JOHN
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caihi doitmi -
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El>aa- KSOX
Thuradai
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Paul Rubeaon
-.I. mrsiH.
John til'Al a
OI'K'AST Or SIA'K
MIR*"
fharlr* 1TAHHFTT
GLOBE
OPENING FRIDAY
'he Immortal Classic of
lean Valjrsui who had
the str.-in-iii of 10 men
lived the liven of two
and loved only once
JANETT/% inn ss .SHOP
INeal Door to SINGER'S)
ENTIRE STOCK ON SALE
AT COST PBIC1 AMI UNDER COST.
DRi:ssi:s for jII neraalen%. Blouses. .Skirts. Shorts. Jeans,
Nylon Underwear and Stoe.ln.rs. HandbagH for Kvenlng and
afternoon. Pantir-Glrdles. lA-k.-!..
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SHOES FOR ALL OCCASIONS
LADIES' CASUALS. Crepe Rubber Sole.
While Buck. Navy Suede. While Buck Trim Red $8.77
CHILDREN'S TAN LEATHER SANDLES
Crepe Rubber SolesSiiei 710 ..... $3 84
- I .............'. H63
.............. $5.M
taagy.. 4 Bii.kl.-s, & tlllni .................. MM |o $15 M
LADIES' AMERIC AN & CANADIAN SHOES
K.-d Suede. Black Sued.-. Multicolour Calf,
While Calf. Tan Trim .................. $S.0S8.37
T. R. EVANS (WHITFIELDS)
YOUR SHOE STORE
PHONE: ... inn
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A Now Shipment of .
SUNFLEX
by Brandram-Hendenon.
Canada
-w*fa
/ In the following shades:
. j
Also:
Watte. Blue. Green.
Cream. Bave Orer
SUver Grey. Raa, and
Ivory
"I'ERMA-LASTIC" floor VarnbhClear Hnish
in I t-ln.. H uln. and 2 pi. lins
And
' PERM A Exterior Eorest Cireen Painl
PLANTATIONS Ltd.
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KOODAI IIII4IKII
OLYMPIC
to-day TomoiTH
is
Tod., a*', a sao
conilnulns daily,
Wild adveniur* rldcaWublir Doubh
Ihe burnlns .and. in Donald U-rrv
Lynn Robril,
BOXT
Leal two -howe
lo-day 4 45 a SIS
Uniwaal ,
PiatwnU
I f Ml .Mi II H.
ROYAL
I To-day 4 ID a I 30
i Kliby Oranl
In
I.IN TOWN
' Mil ...it RID
and
OOBS AND GA1JI
wllh
"tobeel Hut ton '
Cathy Down.
2s,
MISERABLES
flENNIE- PAGET- NEWTON 6WEHII
Qel ready ,
aet for
Vlcki Rurnalde
her all euii
Orchestra are com-
ing to burn up
Barb.Mli>. _
Kavp touioyrTmr
Thuraday only
as a a is
Hrpubhr Doubla --
11 i'iim, riRv
I SUrrlns
Roy Holwrta a
Startiits'rTtday:
c Kll'l I I I III I I,
and
ir TSU'r STORi
Tony Curtl.
Jnn aVarlfni
Mmii !__
Kitr.
> reel Munc.i
Shltch II.- -
und hi. Ore.
wllh
. DMl roran
The Deed Hid Kid.
. I'nivrriel Double
MY OAI. IJVII
mi set
aed
bat taacK
MOM
dpenlni '
11 \mis.. niY
and
t OF rtUCAOO
I use LIFEBUOY TOILET SOAP
It's simple to keep IYo.h from morning 10
nightjust use Lifebuoy Toilet Soap when-
ever you wash! Its rich, deep-cleansing
lather really keeps you fresh, so much longer!
Use Lifebuoy regularly, and stay fresh the
whole time!
mil PERSON II FRESHNESS llll OS


TOMMY, NOVEMBER 4. 1MI
BABBAIHrS ADVOCATE
PAcn
Girl Guides Assoc. Report
Following is the Reuori of ihe sB
tT10$T
Voy^-
Following is ih!- Kvpori of the
Utri Guides' Associal on for the *rm a
vNt iflth October, 19a] 31 only 1
"t Pax HiU on Saturday by the 1/-
Inland Commissioner. Mrs. t B. and Guide, and d. for Browrues.
wanM The proceeds from the Annual
In February the news of the Fair an earmarked for Pax H:ll
r...vi- :....!I..i ii'i. l(H. (arUJuidvs 1 .in
Guide Company i By iJw (WOQrf -
^srssjsf^sss 2,2 *?*& *i "- Sirs
...-. ^ _ D-----SC! badu Regiment the Annual ""* '*
Fair u-a held -I the Drill Hill on rnenuship^
.. 10th May. Owing to Busj V
| ma enormous under-!
L.kiag. carried through with the
for which I.H.. la
nott.cr link in World
*th of H.M. the King was a and will be dealt
great shock and we joined with OutfjfllM
ihe Guides of the Commonwealth a Tro uiiui Umu
..nd Kin pi re in sending our heart- p. Hill from 4th_7th January,
felt sympathy in the Royal Ferri- h encouraging that a number
iiy.
ivl^rju'l" t'*,ull Mourning Lady Savage ws> Ahead of us lies a very busy
unable to .attend and Lady Colly- >'* ,or lnc Coronation takes
kindly opened the Fair place on Tuesday, 2nd June.
J^..**.??!** We set ourselves a target of $3,840 Many of us can remember the
(800). and we ju*t railed Coronation in 1837 and know that
to reach it The results are now- ui our small Island the
pledge our loyalty and one feels part of our Coron-iti,.., celebre- ev#r v"> satisfactory ..nd the net '"c-*1 celebration* will entail a
that ihe Promise has deeper tioro i h propo*ed H> have snother P1"0"1* are 88.7S7.06. (4:184. 16s. *reet deal of preparation and
eignilk-ance for us. for our Queen Tiaimna cii,p ana to Inyitei <'> We give our grateful thanks work. We do not know yet what
W a member ot the greai Move- Gulden* from the "*"", *h,cn Y* b*,n<- Wo to tram wil, m Barbados Regirn<-m and Capt a,kf'd to do IH Q have notillcd
pray thai God will bless her and During the jcar there were t Jordan, to Lady CoUymorr for so us thai there are several Khetnes
g"*,?* *' "*** ,nd *amP ""' 1 Pack HoUday. One kindly opining the Fair to the 'loot which await the a*aastlan
^*Sfn.lW.lhr,l Compaq ^t had alwajs^mp- Corntntarloner for Police for al- of Her Majesty U~ Queen. We
In Saea^heS u.".iHV k -S nWi, f?"^ "** '"Wing the Police Band to play t shall however be informed the
the Governor of Bnlish Guiana, ence and It i, hoped that oSef & ^^railSLif*^^^
We offer our sincere conaratula- rtimoanu* w.u miinw .heir ^v..m. ?on. wno ""<** the Cafce
I sppruir' No pep/ The
. blood KulJinn proper
i of YIASTPHOS will
Iom eoergy *ad will
keep <>. si'
YEAST-PHOS
GENERAl TONIC
For TOOTAL week
the spotlight falls on LOMBIA
ever remember tha; the*
ST* ." Alf22 BIUl .V* hard nf li-Sal T SL T T S T^S Inspiration for .he worthy iifeof
age and hope they will be vcrv ami rawri a rM^.l^rahU ...^ f r *270.48. t.i Mrs. D Lucie-Smlth I KZ, _.* ------X ".r"
age and hope they wiU be very and rated"** C4aliidamWsf*turn~"of orL*27648- 'Mrs D Lucle-Si
happy tn British Guiana. We are money to defrav the expen,ses of who * P"ly nrrangeel the art-
very rorry to lose our President their camp. With their Captain as vertisements. to ul] those who
for Lady Savage has always Commandant they went to Trim- s*av* donations, books and other
*hown such a very keen interest dad and by kind] permission of B'fls and to the public who
nped
Guide Is liesl cx|*ressed
acred words Freely ye have
received, freely Kive." What can
i Guide glee to the cause? Bai-
lup- thustasm a bored or indifferent
Fmpire Initth Sunday
all our activities. We should the Association there
like to take this opportunity lo Headquarters.
the Guides of Dril,h Gul.a our ifj?1?"? '^Si*' V^T,, ": ?.rTl,i',Bm"1 Ho>-' "" WW. Look tor and
Tke Chief Guldr'. ClMlloae ,i, I.....,.. r,r,l cl, Cu.dM wrl P.x Hill .omMhlr,, for rr,rtod> el. A
Thr (-hior Ouldfr'i Challcng* i& Jan Hudson a Fir-t CUm Brownlo. chsetful and helpful girl has found
the Guide* of Ihe Cnjoniti has We ..inara.ul.itc these llrls on 'nunediatelj afu-i thv Ajuiual >he true spirit of Guiding- In this
created a mat tntereit end 2* ihelr achiev.inonl. 1 wonder when Meeting "Ml year, although *e spt'H *e shall bes. play our part
Companies in the Island accepted we shall have a Queen's Guide? did not have Use funds, it waa In the celebration of the Coron..-
ihe challenge to Achievement. | know it is difficult for Guiders decided to build the wall alunation Year.
The Overseas [>epartmenl at Im- of Elementary School Companies the southern boundary. Thu
perlal llcackiuarlers has been re- whose Gu des leave school at 14 M0 feet of wall was mushed
.eivlng many parcels from all years of age. to do more than tl:e belure ciirislmaa and cost Sa l;i
parts of the bnplre and those of 2nd Class badse. There are nov,- u With the balance of tba ,, .'.i.,s
usj*n know tha. Omce. are won- ever other Gu.de Companies be- leI1| , rauntin. die buildlni
denns. how for lack of space, they aides those in the Elementary , u,, *- C rVT. Tilt,
are going^to rmndle thaa. bulk. School, and I should like lo lee "" "".'^J^h.d ^o t".-^
ZXZ?Ei "" """"*'"' k"' SaKT SA "%&
^^ and liava boiujht a typawrlter.
Numbers Division 4. Si. Michael, * balance In hand to data is
The Movement steadily grows SJ.A.B 1720.54.
and .he return shows an increase Tn. raBmb. ol D|vlllun s,, will be irnpoaslble lo have a
2? |S2T ^,dS ?pT'll.4l1' ^''"l <" 'h St. Jonn Ampul- * """ " >"
and 13th and 2 Brownie Packs Bnco , G !to mper, of Coronation puns, but we
SS!.TS rB.1,,n"r-^K; " T''" Gu"d ma Sheila have lo ran. a Itttle men,, to IU, >rW,
2Tl Sea Ranger Crew Tfimea. 1>"*r"n- Ulvlslonal Supermten- carry out ome of our plans. We RrfHlve.
r72 i ? dB"- """"""k lo catalogue .he must bear In m.nd that i. is , SStlOn
r.ntr^r.h(e.l^ iJT. BJlrS book "" ">' Ubrary for Ihe enentUl that our Headquarter. p|, ,,.
3fftS K Public W.rd.. ,.f the General Ho.- ahould be surrounded S wall, S Sat
members^nd^reerust. ^ 'ih SL2r-35* <*?..'- !ur"..'" "< "}" "- "-'" >"!".",
"TIRED"
tmiffahl* >!?
-lirwl.-jyt bJn|. That. lU Itmr I- 1*1
Miiu. IMd* luairT I1IU IWd. Wp
tuaWi* U tW*r tlw lrW-W-lufa|
tHtii nd mru . kU (tSSI Hw >i">"
U^UllMllnaK, INlitoSi. 1|
Dodds Kidney Pills
Rayon of unusual elegance
So man/ beautiful designs
Lovely ter tailored dresses
Washes and wears perfectly
Marked teiilized for tested
crease-resistance
toqtal guaranteed
French Airmen Out
Rebel Supply Lirw^
nge
anxiously awaited.
HANOI. Nov 3
In i.t.1; airmen cut a vital re-
bel supply line 70 miles north-
west of Hanoi today in the pre-
lude to a possible malor counter
. ..ffensive. Plan*', dumped tons of
QB*in*J0 JJj naming napalm on both sides of
1hi* supply line of Vietmlnh Cnm-
it Yen Bay on the
to other dmnnge.
supply tostded (ci-
may
:itf-i
the total Is 1.234 (000 war-
nd 334 recruits), an in-
crease of 56 over IBM
bers arc as follows
Mr.|f
OinJt-
IllbWnir
UlV. .. .
distributing ine book,
paiienls, for the Brigade has un- pairs.
dertaken to be responsible for thlK
the built of wood and will need
work. The members of the Divis-
ion have also taken their share of
the i'ubli duties during the year.
Trefoil Guild
am
Thanks
thanks are offered
The membership of the Guild "'"" tounc '
ows slowly. lnP .pile of Mrs. *\l *"^
'Uiihiaiati thx ..flit. a.,.i., *u"c' -*11
Commissioner af Police lor hie
assistance at aU times and to the
British Council for the monthly
fighting [saged between
re- regrouped French forces and
rebels for rive days. Tod*
the first time the skies had
y^ cleared suffleiently for aerial ac-
tion and French plane* went up
,n force.
U4
grows
O' Ma honey, thi
We hope that
old Guides,
many of
"'t^maTof
nd there arc a g J"ld ""
them in this Ml
Williams,
and
very
Laburd
the
left for
teful t.i
CommU-
Erench Deputy Dies
acted
PARIS
Mr. Luis Polhn. 73. Independent
Republican Deputy from Paris
Wc have stressed many times uu" " that iheie arc numbers of children food many of them in this t* f*"
who wish to become Guides and Island, will eventually loin the V',"l\ ~f!__r ^.-_
Brownies, but we cannot take GuUd. The Association thanks the an (-ommiasionrr .._r-----------.....r_
them in because we need moro members for coming to oui aid fl0**""" *"* lo Mrs. Tnoinas died today He was a former Frenc
Guider* If only there were n nre whenever they are asked and also Rpece: 'n<* Bifhopi. Assi-tant delegate to the League of NaUons
volunteers, open Companies < n>l for undertaking the Pawl Stall ,slBnft Commlasioner. who ns- .-ind was Minister in six Cabinets
attached t<- ny school) could bo at the Fair and which rcalLied umed ,h* duties .! the Island between 1039 and 1940 These
formed with Pax Hill as head- aa-i a? Secretary. included Portfolios of Merchant
The ffSBOm obUined Gu^ Wtt? Memor^I ^SSS FXl"'
warronts_durlng_the year:- g^,,,. for M ^ Klog J Sl_ wonderful
Michael'!
til'IIIE CAPTAINS
Mi*. A. w s.<>tt (Ut Barbados)
MiM G. K. J. Ilowen (4th
badbe).
(.111)1 LIKCTENANTS tt <* lh'
Mrs. R. Taylor (fith Barbadoa). Ro
to be In touch \
w-iimlnloners from all parts
Cathadral , Uth F- ,h, <.,,,,. .,, BJV_
III M
It v the t'Uv
Illeudrd and Kidlled
HI Ttarii mm HTM
AN gooch KMrlns tha -*| ' wed i'M ean 'reu**4.-
re |iinni(M M
iitlsfaeiloe
1. .-I<1 dlMMlSfSOlOf. rise
ihe

It or refune i* artc* i-.eJ
pay Um ostt laearrw In
..'hlnt^a
1-.-. 'a...!**.
LOMBIA
A TOOTAL guaranteed fabric
unlVirturiate that tha
Chief Scout.
Ided
Lord
Which were com
daft BBS
the
Miss A. "E. M. Griffith (8th Bur- dMth of H.M. the King. On Thurs-
bados). Miss M. I. Bynoe (13th day- '* Tebruary. I-otd Rowal-
i realise that one's difficulties
ned trifling compnred with
of those In other parts of
Barbados). Ms. I O. Kirton (24th Ian honoured the Guides by ^on^iSh "aubusi we visite-l the
Barbados). MlssC.W. Smith (3oth attending a Rally of Town Com- i-SLJSlL.V"^"1* */, V?t. n.ZT
Barbados). Miss N. O. Davis ,33rd panieT^nd Packs at Pax Hill. {SSSfig1 C?SraetSilv w
Barhadosi. 6S0 Rangers. Guide-, Brownies ^T. 5, "'
RANGER I.IEITENANT --------------------- *-* did * ou
D. K. Mahon. (S.B.S. inspecting the Parade the Chief
Scout gave the girls a most in-
ataM
Wren).
The number
Gulder* Is much
| hoped that these recruits will
make a special effort fb obtain
their warrants ns oon ns possible.
RecrulL^ ore not Included in our
numbers to Imperial Headquar-
-entntlve.
had to
Scott.
day o'
md with
.-.it.- a i-ii i ,'Ould a COS' ^rrSSuUd?. Se LSr^OV"3I,Hl"''m,,?T,""d
primmm. br singing couple ordered with napUlclnl
unwarranted '^." ,.V Dur n. the chk'f '* '""" ' ScoU
bordered with mngniilclent old
trees and 28 splendidly planned
. "^____, r-,j_ f>..... ramps. stretchinK aoto the snif-
ters. pjn& "d Ct^14*? Tm tmco as far U one could see.
Flimnee t Th* .1J.'n!l51 ^ ff?'? wWHf "" wire nearly 1.000 Guides
The Association is grateful to held at St. Mlrhnel s Girls School camp|njr Bpd j finnot venture to
Government for the onnual Grant on Sunday. 24th February. 059 Mv how thousands of
of $384.00. This year opr sub- Rangers. Guides -
script ons have been paid by the vere present.
Shoes
For the whole Family/
/yISLIMCKS
SKA1.IMJIS
SUBMARINES
GARDEN SETS
1)1 II.IS . tbev sleep ud
cry and stretch and they
have real hair!
CANNONS
GUNS i.h nips
WiSl'l I \l. CARS and
Slrelclier I'utirnl
MUSIC . with Guitar
. Clarinet . Concertina
Moutbargan . Xlyo-
. . I ,
PLASTIC TOYSan etio,
mous range of inexperisive
and well made toys priced
as low ai 9c.
ph.
RAINBOW HUMMING
TOPS hnce ones that
play tune'

$4.00
J3 *#*=
ItlltittitOS
CO-OP.
COTTOJV
FACTORY
LTD.
PURCHASE OF ONE DOLLAR & OVER
III AM IlltOS
St
Prince Wm. Henry
SOME OF THE THOUSAND LINES
No. 6 46 and 53 Swan St.
AT LOW PRICES.
HOI".SI H1H.lt
Bed Tick M Ins.9tr.
Bed SpreadS4.I2 and tS.2.1
Blankets11.72
Fnrrii.liiiii: Fabric 48 ins.
SI.17 and up
Cretonnes69c.
I Bed Sheets$3.M and 15.75
Bedroom Ruga$3.12
Veil. Oishes81.27 and 52.60
: Lunch llai;sS.1.32 up
: Suitcases$1.1)8 up
! Curtain I ... .-Wide Variety
Mosquito Nets. Large$6.42
Kitchen Towels64c.
, Bath Towels. Turkish$1.20
.Straw Mats, Large Mr.
LADIES
I Cotton Vests2 for 51 mi Cotton Fugi48r.. S6c
. Cotton Panties 1 lor ll.M Plain Spuns 72c. up
pairs Linen for UniformskSc. un''
1 ivim Stockings2 for $1.00 up
pairs Silk Fujetle64c. up
Nylon Stockings$1.88 a pair {| Sharkskin Woven$2.02
Silk Panties-72c. a pair
l nit.ui Hankies12c. up
Ladles' Anklets24c. up
I Straw Hats2 for $1.00
: Evening Bags $1.50
I Hollywood Crepe- 11.24 a yd.
I French CrepeMr. a yd.
' Printed Spuns72c. up
| Water Taffeta99c.
Silk llrocade75c.
i yd.
White Anglaise$2.80 n vd.
Cotton Prints 3ins. SSc. a
yd.
Calico 36 ins54c. a yd.
Domestic 36 ins29c. a yd.
Sleelbnns Spun92r. a yd.
Bordered Prints 64c. a vd.
Striped JersivSI.08 a yd.
CErVTS
Pin miiiic All Wool Tweed
BM a yd.
Tropical Suiting$2.(i8 a yd)
( .. m I'lnnnel$4.41 wr-)i.
Sharkakba, :i Shades$'J.1 si
yd
P;ir...n GrevSMI a yd.
I...... John While Shoes
^7 li". .. u.llr
Americu mual Ml a pni-
llr.i\ \ Ihmg ir.^.95c. a yd.
Men Pyjamiis 51.51. a suit
Khaki shirls. Long Sleeves-
52.ii cuch
\ Jon si 'its$1.80 each
(o.t.iii El., in Spun Shirts
$1.73 ea h
Winribrraker- '1.811
i;,,.,.I OmUli Vests. 2 for
51 on
Striped Socks, 3 pairs fo.-
sl.llil
Silk Handkerchiefs. 4 for
51.00
ll.rli.il.,- View Shirts2.9S
Slipover78c $1.08. $1.20
Ptaahj Tie Bow Ties$180
Phtlk Hell36c. and 74c.
ORIENTAL GOODS
OFF
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PAOI: I'ol R
IiARUAIMfS illVOl All
flKSUAY MlVrMIUJI I. I9SJ
__ ADVOCATE
t .y._f--^*i.......-r......v
. *..-.u * LU. I
-.. M>l4|*ta Tata Jay, November 4. 1952
111 \ll\<.'"poijrY~"
IN a very thought-provoicing article in
the New IVmmotmralth u( September 29
Dr. Ida QmvM of Barbados examines
colonial trade and Britain's balance of
payment;- in a way that offers hope of
greater understanding and improvement
of trade relationships, between the United
Kingdom and the Colonies.
Her main theme is that the imports of
Colonial territories constitute a "far larger
dmin upon the Dollar Pool than appears
from the official figures of their pun i
for dollars."
This happens because whereas the Col-
onial territories are essentially oversea
parts of the English monetary system.
their trade statistics do not record, as the
trade statistics Qj the United Kingdom
record, the dollar costs of goods partially
manufactured in the United Kingdom. Dr.
Greaves uses cotton and tobacco especially
to illustrate her argument. These are
amongst the largest purchases of the Unit-
ed Kingdom from the United Statei while
cotton textiles and tobacco products are
major imports into Colonial territories
Her conclusions are that cuts on import?
into the United Kingdom which are in-
tended to remedy the deficit in the bal.mr.
of payments of that country can only have
a partial effect if they are not applied in
the overseas territories at the same time.
She does not however recommend that
there should be any more controls than
"those that already cover the econonn
with a hrontnsaural bureaucracy." Sincf
Great Britain's policy is to raise the liv
ing standard of Colonial peoples and since
employment in the United Kingdom re-
sults from increased exports from the
United Kingdom to Colonies, controls on
goods (involving dollar costs) from Great
Britain would hardly be tolerated by col-
onial legislatures or the Parliament at
Westminster.
Dr. Greaves' article la not however in-
tended to provide a solution to trade prob
lems but ik an invitation for more explor-
ation and a better understanding of tlu
relation of the Colonial territories to the
balance of payment problem as a whole.
Such an invitation is necessary if onl\
to assuage the wide-Hpread resentment
felt in the Colonies against attempts Iron
Whitehall to regulate colonial trade by I
series of general edicts.
Leaders of commerce and some mem
bers of Caribbean legislatures have been
condemning Great Britain's economic pol-
icy in these colonies on, the reasonable
grounds that controls do not permit the)
to buy to the best advantage. There i
no doubt that on many occasions thes
territories have suffered from a general
ised colonial economic policy and from tlu
limitations of officials who are responsibh
for implementing these policies. But to
little has been said aboul the benefit
which colonial territories receive becaus.
of Britain's policy of not treating them a.
countries of England which are subject t<
much more rigorous controls on dollar ex
penditure. Because British manufacturer:
are anxious to increase exports to coin
nial territories and because Great Britain
is anxious to raise standards of living it
colonial territories, the British Colonial li
the Caribbean would seem to racclvi
greater quantities of goods with dolla-
costs in them than they could possibly re
ceive if they had to pay for them with thi
dollars they earned for their own exports
Much of the bitterness which is express
ed against British economic policy in th<
Caribbean would be removed if greater
emphasis were laid by the government de-
partments responsible for implementing
trade directions from Whitehall on tin
additional dollar expenditure which Is al
lowed indirectly to Caribbean importer.
and charged against the dollar allocations
of the United Kingdom. Realisation of
what the colonies gain from a policy which
permits them to obtain dollar goods in ad-
dition to those they import directly from
North America ought not to blind us to
the disadvantages which result from such
a system. British goods, manufactured
from raw materials which have to be im-
ported from North America ought to cost
us more than similar goods imported
directly from North America.
If they do not, it is only because every
decrease in the purchasing power of the
pound sterling is reflected In the lower
purchasing power of the British Caribbean
dollar.
In other words the gain which the Brit-
ish Caribbean colonies receive from the
additional "dollars" obtained in goods im-
ported from the United Kingdom is offset
by the inflationary effect unlimited im-
ports of such goods must have on their in-
ternal economies. Perhaps even less atten-
tion has been given to this very sjri u
consequence of present trade policies n
the Caribbean than to the points raised by
Dr. Greaves.
If more attention could be paid to the
fundamental factors affecting trade and
rommerce and less to the fomenting of
antf British, anti-American or anti-mer-
Hl sentiments there would be
likelihood of tinding a trading policy
I h would receive the approbation of
all concerned.
Should We L i IIim Put His
Xauu-INaiV I | Again ?
Doctor Hjalm.tr Huraoe G
Srhachl. Banker No. 1 under th.'
Hitler regime, in t>.uk in business.
Only four year* as* he w;-
lreed from jail with )ust 5s. an 1
the manuscript of a book tn In*
pocket
Gone wag hi* extensive Uimiui-
enburgj estate with its 28-room
mansion and ttg 20 families of.
! retainers. Gone was his positio'i
Ba president of the German Rcichs-
bank.
He only had his brains an
MMt whir* Schachl himself ha*
i ever multivalued. "Ptw people
re clever enough lo talk to me
en my own level," he told a
doctor at Nuremberg.
To-duy 75-yeor-otd Dr. Scharht
orn,. more in demand. Round
the world like n frock-coaled flying
bank messenger he BPSB, puning
Mack Brazil cigars nearly as big
as Mr. Churchill's though not so
strong
From one country to another he
lite* dispensing advice on high
I financial policy
He has bean In Spain, whcie he
as greeted at the airport by Otto
Ikoneny, Ins Nazi tough wh>
uod MuHsolini. He was recent-
ly in fcgypt. whrrr General Naguit-
gav him a banquet.
Before that he was In Indonesia,
and later in Persia (he found Dr.
Mosaadeg "charming and cultur-
ed"). On his return he offered his
to Britain as a mediator
in the oil dispute.
Krom I r-oi Srharhl
the first report on "Htm m*
hu-h*r. IIV SUmi H-mIiii
Magic Name
Soon he will be off to Syria.
According to Dr. Schacht, two
South American republics are also
ager for his services.
But the magic of Dr. Schacht s
name is a little leu potent in his
own country. In Hamburg, Schacht
trying to start up aa a
k. in foreign trade.
Hid reputation attracted 1,000.-
000 mark. < r80.000) in capital
And a lop floor suite "t offices
li; the city's Lombard-
slreet already boasts a bras* plate
Hj.tlm.n Srhaeht and Co."
Licence Opposed
Si rue Schachl applied for u
banker's licence three months ago,
however, the staff of live have
been Idle. For the Hamburg Senate
Implacably opposes the licence.
Two of the 12 senators went to
concentration camps because of
he Nazis. Others exiled llicm-
'.rlvca to escape the same punish-
ment. In thcit eyes, Schacht"
cord makes him unfit to be a
nker
A local court, however, decided
that Schacht ought to have his
bank. On Monuay the Senate
lodge* its appeal against this
decision. If necessary the fight will
&c to the Supreme Court in Bonn.
From Hamburg I ti a veiled to
Munich. Then- I met Frau Schackt.
.n attractive Hungarian-born
blonde, now in her early forties
whom i)i & 't i4i *.
I.,, second wile Sin is. .,,< iiwihr,
if his two daughtersConstance
(10) and Coi-duLi (8).
To this spirited woman Schachl
fs a great man. She is indignant
at the difficulties placed in his way.
"He la fighting for me and the
Lhildren,*4 she told me.
How has Ur. Schacht carried on
this fight?
His wile related his suffi: LDRI
how from 1044 he had bt i
for more than four years, first by
Hitler, then during the Nurcmbeig
rrials (acquttted) and through the
His IVnoon
His pension ,.s former Kci.ii:>-
bOJal president, according to Frau
Schacht. nteeu the necessities of
lite.
He runs a f4S0 VoUuwtfeo.
drives himself l break-
nti k Rpoed from town to airport.
And Fi.t Sih.K'ht is resident at
the best hotel In Munich.
' He g:vi to trouble spots to see
if he can cleanse them financially
and lo helii Britain," she said. "He
was inv.ted to Indonesia, Persia,
and Egypt. He did not offer. Only
bit expense* were paid. II
ed no fees."
Dr. Schacht. his wife added, was
still remarkably agile in mind nm
bod. Ha naokc r. ur or 0v
cigars a d
I
hours, bul can go with little rest
lb.iI is
co-fiil .iccomplishnient for an in-
ternatlonal taanciar.
Denounced
But there are others besides the
Hamburg' Senate who may ques-
tion the return of Dr. Schacht--
the man whom the U.S. prosecu-
tors at Nuremberg ca.
facade of starched rea^netabttttjr
for the N.i/.i-. the in.in who was
denounces:! us someone who did not
openly |ola the Nazis until they
or openly desert them
Mil ihey had lost.
To-day his wile says "Mi hSS
blways boon against secret deals.
I is policy and thought have always
;.cht-forw*ri, honest, and
I b-.ir '
But in Germany people still
i.i; Srhacht's testimony at
Nuiemberg: "Many successes could
i* scored In leading people on by
not telling th truth."
And is his record quite -o clear
SS he would like the world to
believe? He has himself admitted
that he failed to realise early
enough Hitler's criminal nature.
no question of the fact
that he J) ined other big Industri-
alists in urging Hitler's appoint-
ment. Nor can there be any doubl
that without Schacht's brilliance
.s a financier the whole economic
basis of Hitler's rearmament pro-
gramme would have been threat-
ened.
DouLle- Faced
Sehiuht has already testified
IhSl he buds It useful to be double-
faced.
Perhaps that Is why, when he
was on holiday in Kashmii
Lcntly, he gave an interview
ressuiK. appreciation of the part
played by Britons in Germany.
and when In- arasj in Cairo only
two wcxekl ago he told a reporter;
'Britain is the cause of all the
I1U in the world to-day.
She no longer knows how to treat
'ilhers a> human beings."
Many Germans, I find, lack
tonfldence m Dr. Schacht. Said
Dr. Hams, a spokesman for the
ii Hamburg: "He may
have been acquitted of crimes
against humanity, but to ordinary
people his morality as a financier
is stained.
A 'Talleyrand'
T think it unfortunate thj
this man should go about thi
voild appearing as the representa-
tive of Germany when. In fact.
he does not represent fhe Germans
! to-day.
He is making use ..f antagon-
isms to draw uttentiun to himself.
He Is a master of seU-propagan-
da."
The British authorities in Ham-
burg are inclined lo agree. Dt.
Schachl is already letting him-
self forward as the indispensable
a sort of 20th ccnturv
. ind
Bill then
rlthoul hi- help.
many who can do
Our Readers Say:
half of the grateful people of
Barbados (especially the people
Th,- Poor Prop!,--* IfasSM difficult to make ends meet. I Um^JS^SS^t^SSSi^Jff
..... -K2S ELfeaa^^ssssa
iv<*.. mm 1 wnwl " .ii*.!-. I I* round Ihr comar. thf wy to let *>wn mji.v mcir.'
M,"h ST..... "" !' "n""un"- <>"" """' ix>l">. To do ihl budntt in the Mard w.tt,,-
">' btaevdMI (Nile- lepei, wort, or I le;,.l some ot "" nid of l>r. Sm- ,u,v,-v th,
"". "I? '"i^.J''" I2," '"" It' "IT*, "i""1 "' "' ,mm "" "*'""" "' Mr- C"rrod mKhl'lMv
A-nrds Its [.'t>ulldln(. Also your f'erochial Funds, means spread- been set at naurht
.ouejl lor further eonlributians Iiiji Ihe eost over all the tax- With thanks for spaee.
, li i :lu* lie.irtlna "Funds ror payers aecordhijf to yielr posses- Yolrv .uirerelv.
ihe Needy"'. May I offer some slon of property and means. This, A. E. S. LEWIS,
.nformatlon whleh may be news 1 submit. i> a very healthv and Brldnetoun. 1st November. 1952.
to many readers and a couple of reasonable method of hiindlln/ _
. uiineslu.BK' Ihe problem and if any well lo Ifflp Ini' Sick
1. The situation is a very bl( do and philanthropic citizens are t ti. ------ ... ...
..ne. There lire. II is prelty clear, "hie anil villlnaj to make further _ ti., i J. -ideoeale
hundrcls. even thousands, ol ronlributlon., I am sure thev will ik? .l ,. """' to "^
.Imilar eases-room, and little I" ........... .eleomed. Leh.1, 'IX. "f-""" ,r'"d'". "
n-Mlllna, in ., deplorable eondl- HS* f. GODSON. The folk'wlnl .r'lJS J^?S2m
","",, j^tns ?$?, ",'""" ''-W*. ,,. n.^ed,'.rbnrtV'enCS IhT waSs
.heller and decent home, lo any- r T, ""gim r ,mA ld oirupatloh durlna lh,
ody_thou(h thank, be! not -.!. "_" '"" J ft. Aapoeale. many hours tn lid;- '
note as dilapidated as Ihe one Thuraday last a.!".!*^ ""?<" g>'l and lal(e vases for flower.
Lrfoie us now. H,a. ij w," 52. in which -*--------
The Hoo-dn, Board in a KS^of'Se".^ "" """=" ""
Boporl" issued a few year. ...i i^l5or. T!?*Vd w"-
... ., Suive, of EKhl Tenantries Year PU a ','Z c"e.t r,
.., and around Bridgetown" of ll. w ,,e rks 'i^'}^"""1
UKal Unit out ol a total of 7.04. must Ihonk v V, for ik
tcuetum 3M2 mr. unlit lea- were ,.r eia u. S ?"*, >;;"'
blj.....n l..,bltatlon" and i.Ml i-enarks I ', '
'' Mijiiued in.ne in less of made on the
Fresh flower) at any lime
Hooks and migarines
Games for playing In bed and
during convalescence (e.g.
Draughts, Dominoes, Check-
ers. Cards etc.)
_....iU Hlp It would be Very much aupre-
lupposod lo have doled if any ,e...i,r who h.ii. any
It Is a of the> arUries to spare would
inner. ivu,iiucd mole or less of made .,o ;i,,. ,,, ,, ,f ,?!.. ". -""" any
And while that Important (real pity that ,,.,,'. '*,'.," 'i !* 'h"f arue-e. to spare would
JC g^ gfi i.;Si dSiS
ml greatly Improvnl homes. IK >"" are no doubt aware that I lively lo thi. Department Fresh
aihievmenl. are only a small J-v. don, my be,, , he|p th, flowers should in all{Tun ^3-
malter conwared with the need, si'uallon. r, , ,h n_,,.., "" "" "'
lane, rontnored with Ihe need. """"1- reel to Ihe llospila
2 There Is widespread sym- """ refercrno to the S-Year In addition, the
IttthJ in the coinmunlly with the "V "J""- lh remarks your re- a loud spealOT i _
luatlon. People are wilting to r~ ".""butes to me toward, the much appreciated Oy patients In
* -nluntn three of page thn. 'he Eye Hospital Will you send
IV IT\V Psaee4lvije .# at a jlitT\.Lt i^in iimlaI
:ect to the Hoipital.
to the .S-Year In addition, the installation of
would be very
i.......e in mh (.n.sinitiling- .itn inc
Hu.tlmu. People are williui; lo -
give, even generously, lo help "' -......------k-- dirt - -*- .__
vitli such icuMirs. 1 can person- ".-nMlV m> reading t the a donation wdch can be put to
-.My testify of this, for when \,rnor ^ M*n h at the opening the wireless fund' The monies
some years ago 1 was Chairman hi, i 1*rK",ture in Decent- *'" w "s'-'d for installation and
' t > A. INrnslont I'onimiltm 'SSL!?",on uch Ouestlons as the the Usual monchly .barges.
no mean, of (ifls entrusted to tfte amount f |, (I,,,', .1 Oclober 30. 1162.
ny through appeal, in the Revenue B.lanoe u coneeen^3
Ad>,.,t, which readily sup. and In December S1 l,Jde. \aliuttll AHIK'HI
ported -ny effort.I n, able to llberately aepa, ,te.l tM, f.m ,,.
effeel most welcome repair, in Revenue EquilirjlLa, Fund T" * Edilot. Tftc Adeocale
0 in 70 rase.If I remember With referene to the n-en . SIR. With reference to the
"'hl, mentoftheW....., b, Kngm,.., failure ol l,l thealre audiences
Michael ._
money and
I
. -. these
that step.
J. But I submit that aim,. .<
thing much more than that hap- 'h, "" *"?
harard and inu-Ual action 1. V """' ''id I added thai I *!'" "'"' durordanl. am
neces.v-.rv Our psvro. hial author, "'""'I I eould .v I had heard the "'alogue often impossible lo fdl
have leecasntaw this aral "m' "* "'"er Head, of (;,,. lowclojely.
during the laait three, or four L *W,1IMI "aid also *2Zff"g_ I..h''' Ullca '"
sears, the Veslry Fu, .Uocited n" "'T "" """""er. of the "ro"'e Ihe National Anthem
-a.niething for Ihe nrnos* from YmnionwMlUi and Empire and ? it cornoa from the apparatus,
it. annual U.eon,c''TndI h.w "' ,'"" '"'"< "*IM have u' "f ^eelud.-d II wm. being
been told that the amount for ,'L'' Bm" "'""ees Including E.*?"1,, 'he show wal
Ihe current year b JuOO^IIar. V^/Th'''' one- '"" " ev,OB,U "*
"" r'u'n"'P^*dn "a"" Ch,'"'h- "'v for *-g hi. k' wl'edJro n,w "t If the offend-
warde. and Ouardian. during ,.,,.V "A, , ''",".!1K m " "e ever rec-ived any aort
m p,,rt of the Hu.nel.l Mr n irr'n, lliri wi,Kr, ","' "' '"-""''Ion 'hat would enable
year, as ta>es .re paid and the ,J ,."5^1 Z?}f*"" ,'" ,nry ""-m lo recramise tie lune, or to
'Me. ;,." ., nhT' '."'''"" k" " eonvcnlion thai require.
Bul i i altogether V!.,. i 11"1,1 ''" -' BtlUm Subjeals to (tinrl
ne and II u |p rt^i \ ,n., ,, .' ,h' '''"'" " "P 'nd be ^Ul while It Is being
........"-- i n-nivmuer ...... inciint m Tin- i.- in' in,- m. won reierence lo me
'ht mentoftheW.....rwotta Engu,,,., 'adure ol lutal thealre audiences
?suiillarly fluirchwardens In St *'"" reporler might have included to P^ Ihe conventional respect
llchael lasted appeals, collect^l ,h"' > W'd Mr Garro.1 the de- '" ""' Hntlsh National Anthem,
money and did good work I served compliment of saving that *n"ld like lo comment us
think the lite T K. Picrc, wa, hlcl hl'l'w..
the Ural of these officials lo lake wa" ftn' "f 'he best if no! the ln ,ho 'hcatres I have been to
that step. vrv best Engliu-cr we could have '" Baloados I have noticed thai
got fur the lol. anil his relations "" sound producing mechanism
with all Kcttoi of his staff was !*, "Pe'ated so that mtulc Ken
most coTllial :- ul I ^4-l 11__. blaillia and discordant and
il>sequ
about it.
........ !...- mill 11 M "IMjl aOiatl li.trt o,H
.all -I in i.rce.1 of the Parish av ,h, .. ,a"if.".a
which has .cached the ,_.,?;,,,,, a ii"
very big s, of around (650,- ',,, ,. V,,,,, _l"r "an alone Would II b.. practicable for the
000 per annum. Can 1 venture to Z\.'l,. j'" " ,' was theatre* to 1! eh .. aitiee on Ihe
thai al least the full I-. del ... wi.JT 1 -, "'^m "*n l>e'oreh.nd S Ihe effect
1 ind ..ughl t he devoted ,,!_' "*'.,,. ,?," ''"."ai"'!"r *h" " An""' ' 1"
to the r,H.se- or even on. and r~lh Ph, T ',V' '""1 ,h" nud"Tce are requested
. half i,er cam? I believe 1 may .7, 1^'", JL1* J" T, ' ,,"*.nd" "ention till ,1 .
" b...... the Taxpayers. , (J^roa e7n^r"eon5de conclu*d7
W"h,a '' iWCptiu,, , ,. ,>.,. ,__, bM^,.
., i...... \! L I, " th-ssheiei'..,... ,.f tt. I.,,, 1, obviously ought to i done"
.i.igi, tlu- ,,, .vl , |, ^? uo"'
CO"- I". i| them on be- R. E SMYTHIES.
"COMMONWEALTH
INSTITUTE''
Drastic Change$ Proposed To Victoria
Memorial
.LONDON.
An urgently needed new lease of life for
the Imperial Institute in London is strikingly
suggested in a report published last month.
It is the report of a Committee of Enquiry,
set up by the Ministry of Education, which
for two years has been investigating the pos-
sibilities of making the Institute a live cen-
tre of Commonwealth activity.
Commonwealth visitors and UK. residents
.dike -those who have known of the Insti-
tute's existence in South Kensingtonhave
condemned the completely out-of-date func
tioning of the Institute. Young students from
the Dominions and Colonies, in particular,
have been severely critical of its "lifeless"
character.
Now, if the Committee's recommendation!
are carried out, the Institute will stand a rea
chance of carrying out its purpose, which
should be as the report puts it, to attract
"the interest of the ordinary citizen in the
Commonwealth and :ts affairs."
A memorial to the Jubilee of Queen Vic-
toria, on a site provided by the Commission-
ers of the International Exhibition of 1851,
the Imperial Institute was founded by Royal
Charter in 1888. TTie great building has been
put to various uses since originally developed
as a centre for "information and investiga-
tion concerning trade, industry and emigra-
tion, and to illustrate and promote the de-
velopment of these and kindred activities in
the overseas Empire and also in the United
Kingdom."
Costing 50.000 a year to run today, that
figure will be considerably increased if the
new facilities proposed by the Committee c
Enquiry are introduced. The idea is to make
the Institute a worth-while Commonwealth
forum, furthering mutual understanding
amongst the members of Commonwealth
countries.
CHANGE IN NAME
To begin with, it is suggested, the name ot
the Institute be changed to "Commonwealth
Institute." Facilities are proposed for creat-
ing a centre of artistic activities, such as
music, drama and dancing, facilities for ex-
hibitions of painting and sculpture by Com
monwealth artists; development and expan
sion of cinema activities. A variety of .hocin
amenities is strongly urged. These would in-
clude a restaurant (providing Commonwealth
dishes), a reference library and a reading
room.
For students and regular users of the In-
stitute it is recommended that a Social Club
be introduced.
Sir Harry Lindsay, 71-year-old Director o
the Imperial Institute, is retiring at the em.
of this year, and a new Director will be ap
pointed by the Minister of Education (Mist
Forencc Horsbrugh). A great deal will de-
pend on this appointment. The Committee ol
Enquiry propose it should be someone with
first-hand knowledge of the Commonwealth
and one who will have opportunity to trave.
in the Commonwealth. And there is no reas
on, the report says, why the search for thi
new Director should be confined to the Unitec
Kingdom.
There is no expectation of Commonwealth
Governments increasing contributions to the
cost of the Institute until such time as the
new scheme has proved its worth. The U.K
Government is urged to accept the initial
financial responsibility but other Govern-
ments, it is suggested, should undertake U
maintain, "at the best possible level" theii
own regional exhibitions at the Institute.
NEW MANAGEMENT
The Institute would come "under entirel>
new management." with a Council substi
tuted for the Board of Governors, and at.
Executive Board instead of a Management
Committee. The suggested Council wouIt-
include the Commonwealth High Commis
sioners. and five persons with recent first
hand knowledge of the Colonies; represents
tives of the British Council, the B.B.C., thi
Arts Council, the Royal Empire Society, rep.
resentatives of educational bodies, and others
On the financial side, consideration is givei
to the important question of improving th.
appearance of the Institute and making it-
place people will want to visit.
It is recommended that reconditioning o.
the building should be completed withit
three years. Evacuation by the University o:
London of the eastern wing of the building i:
contemplated, along with removal of thf
Colonial Office laboratories.
In pressing for these far-reaching change*
the Committee makes clear that it does no'
disparage the work of the authorities at pres-
ent responsible for the administration of the
Institute. It congratulates them on what has
been achieved in conditions which have never
been easy and at times "both difficult and
delicate."
Commenting on the proposals, the London
Keening Standard writes: "It may be doubter
that the committee's proposals are in them
selves adequate.
"But the conception that there shojld be
in the Empire's capital some lively visible
demonstration of the spirit of the Empire
. . is a project which should engage the
minds of statesman and private citizens
alike."t.ES.
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II I Ml W NOVI MIIF.K 4. 1M2
BAKMAUOS ADVOCATt:
PAGE MV
Chief Justice Opens November Assizes
Three Sentenced To 25'- Fine Far Kecord Number Of Activity Slows
ny^a^
lh"!5"H*?! ZSZSt Students At I.C.T.A.
HIS LORDSHIP the Chief Justice Sir Allan Colly-
more, sentenced three of nine ulTendt'rs who pi.uded
guilty to various offences, as the November sitting ..f the
Court of Grand Sessions began yesterday, and postponed .
sentence on the other six until later in the Session*. &'
Twenty-one pleas were taken and the other accused pleaded Hill. St Michael, as* to be paid
not guilty. In aevcn * or These were 21 of 47 cases which came for trial this '" > rd labour
Down On
Wul erf ron I
H H \
A. J. It Han-
ttie AsMstant Court of
Vehicles had free accan in
ing th* wharf yaatarday a*
Cow Steakr
Must Sefvtn
18 Months
Twenty-eiht-year-old Denzil
Sir Alfred And
Lady Savage
Say Goodbye
for driving the motel cat M. 131
Bay Street at over .1:- nBari
per hour on August 7 this year.
Their HOBOUkTI mi
decision of Hll Worabdp |b <
B. Grimth. Acting Police Mag-
istrate of It', \ who dls
inlsaed the case against Brew-
ter. Sgt. W Forde who proae-
cuted for the Pollea .ippealed.
The gpaad limit on Bay St Vrnm __. ,
nUaa par hour. b,H.r m the S-^- '------------
i-on.ble hav ,, Ka .fortunate
senate two^ ^^^S^^AJS^T^ tt Tl S^I*^ ,.' tfl^gLtS
yean imprisonment after she months imprisonment by His hp *"* ,M,in the speeds of ve- economy there ..re bound oh,.
pleaded guilty to wounding 28- Lordship the Chic. Justice Sir *** "> Bay Street when he "bad rears" and although till.
year-old James Slocombe with Allan Colly more after an Assure noticed the car M.I3I approach- Government i.s lUinmng ahead t.
knit.- with intent to malm or dla- jury found him guilty of stealing him and it appeared to h.- mis!
figure him on September 27. I,00* V,1.U5SL*!? ,he RrPtr ot ng. Cp!. Watson and an- the public, u will next the support
Session.
During the evening silting ol
the Court. 28-ve-r-nld Denzil
Tllorpa who had earlier pleaded
not guilty to the larceny of a
cow the property of Eli Harris
of Fairvltw, St. George, was found
guilty of committing the ofTeme
and was sentenced to 18 months
,intnl.
One of the other three sentenced
was 32-year-old Una Bromeliy. a
PKOKKSSOK C. V SHE!'HAR1>. Acting Principal ol
the In i e Of Tropical Agriculture, told the
Advocate yesterday that they have a record number of there was no great activity.
ttttafttal this vear at the College on account of the larger Workmen along the waterfront
number of Colonial Office Probationers, but the number Jft^ ^naVTwa^eaia^'aS
or first year diploma students is the smallest for many few vessels were car iruToii aftth
J BUI W Shephard .irrived i.rre their overweek discharge of cargo
Mb) IUIA from Few push carts and lorries were
to attend the meeting of een around this spot awaiting
ei tfc* may respective consignment* of
-argu frwm the Cmiltae.
He is a guest at th. The Lad* Jou was also getting
' '"' '' (M M its overweeH cargo of
" * Copra ami coco-nut plants which
I \ were i.rnant in h mo,i*hi fr.un St I-..-.
immi
WhatfmtTralue eoald
oadcrfiii
assMH
S P Musson. Son l> Co
from
TO-yenr-oldKi; Horn's of'Fairview. Ah. p^kSW m 0* th. ptopl. of fil lalanTtd gSW a*!? EfS^S^SS^f OsioOWS TRINmAD
Slocombe said that be used to St. George on September 12 this A cl.ck i < rj out the developmant whi< h >A t h h n was .!<-< ... J *.( Mist FRIMIIAD
lend Bromelcy money, but after, year. speed and this showed that it 'h one ..! us wish to see. ,h;,t ,nc Industrie*' contributions Th(, Caaaatiaa Can*trucl r
hearing that she had a bad reputa- Harris said he had bought the was driven at over 32 miles per "' do n"1 propose to speak at w uld ''** '""""ued during the ttf%rr rtuicharglng general cargo
tion. he stopped. On September cow six davs before i was stolen hour. length on our work ben. W* n**; ,hrr* n>< H ""- h"x Stationery leather shoes and
JT. wi ile tht) were standing at He kept it in an open pen on Fair nc noticed that the defendant *rtamly are not the best judges ol B further i \tension of the achaa* inpdicines'
the corner of Suttle Street, they view Plantation whire both the Wil. ,kc driver of the car th*1- but n""-1 "PiVM my re- v'">' had a row and the accused stabbed accused and he worked The night ret that it has not l>een pmsibl. '" #* him with a knife He was detained ocfore w stolen, he went to STOLE HATS to make any progress in the ectab- Developnient and Welfare scheme
at the hoanltal foi thiee weeks 5lwiP and lrfI il m xhc Pcn "*------------------------ lishment of a Port Committee of whl,h ' conthhuted to the
. i dill iif.rl frnm ihe *ffe o th* Limrt was no1 ,herc prisonnK-n. with bard labour w..s I do make a llnal appeal to .eprV *<
tiVri-Slui: -,i^ .k.. ..- .... Lacv Jordan of Drax Hall. St. vesterday passed on Charles R. sentaUve* of employers and em- - I<1 that Mr Btward Cum- rtawttaar
His Lordship.said that the use George Mld thfl, abou, 7.45 .... Hlnds llowrer of |.)(soriSh Pbyrw to come closer together on le.bHtch. a Barbcdian who ob- A'^' ^r11h*l*id V
of knlve. was becoming very pre- Thorpe passed near his home with Village, St. Michael, who u HOB grouiy oj mutual ' ned his diploma at the College. i^A*,Jt. C"v,"!_*
valent anu Bromeley could have the cow and offered to sell It to found guilty bv Hi Worship M 'x*1 community Interest Ab 1 bad roswivssd to 'ake the post <*i*av*wr ww ww r*.
for 50. He did not _buy_ it. E. A. MrLeod: Police Magistrate ta said so oftenbut not too graduate assoclaleshlp course He After repal ^ th(. uunch .
J that Mr. - > *-
loaded cargo
Barbados for Trinidad.
Th- Conatnietar made its last
Caribbean ciutse out of Montreil
and is expected to call here on
01 about the 11th November be- .
fere returning to Montreal.
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killed Slocombe. In sentencing hi
her, however, he would take into Thorpe went <
sideration th'
pleaded guilty.
that she ton Plantation.
Aubrey Wood, watchman of Mt
Wilton Plantation said that Thorpe
Sentence of six months' im- a|go offtred to sell him the cow
prisonment was passed on Alice for $50. He told Thorpe he would
Small, a domestic servant of give him $45. but they did not
towards Mt. Wll- fj District "A" of stealing six nn>nd human relations are
... .... tkj. mnrl I-im^i-kI 1_ VI.
K.
mentioned
Q.C.M. wa compMvd. anothn
Indies fell hals from lhe store '"e mojt Imporlanl tiotors In UI Gale u lormjr student of tn eel- ltullch .,,,, ,,. JiK. vetletila.
ol Mr. W. A. Cnmtlv U 8wn '"" T,h, P""en nd goodwill, lege visited the institution recentl, J;"'unll, ,u,, ,-;
Street gnwtlm. between Apr.l ';' wllIjolv. nujjo; to tod, progre-s m eoco. re- JLJ?B , ff. &
Small, a domestle servant ot give him $45, bul thev did not ... ui, ?....!. i,J n>'.. ,.J!U,.,. munltles and as bttween nations, lonnerlv Prlnelpal .:
Tudor Street. City, after she come to terma. Uler the poliee ,;vfl! "YJiTil ...InO Mi ' tr*" '", ,h Domeatle Sugar FMtMMt Shephard
pleaded guilty ol assaulting P.C. were summoned and Thorpe or- m',^., H.'. I.I,.,, Agreement will be developed dur- recently left Trlnlda
?.._._____7. __.__ ^..h_ ._ ..._ ........I WlUetKls UiUSU.il. Itl. thp nr.*, luiriv. ...mlh. i.l. __ i... ...... ,~ u-...
was sern by
Ing the next twelve months into n
. '< c. r Barbados Sugar Bo-rd will
. "' E ? sentatlves of producers (both
,. Tudor Pacing along Fair View on hi. g"eet and hen arted by ^Cpl. ,. and ,,,,, proprieloaa).
,nd whin 2 " > work oboutS a.m. when he B> what he had In the grip he , ,nlp|yeea and of fiovernmenl
saw the cow Tile cow seemed "" "way. In his run Hindi tlmw Co-operation Is lhe keynote ol
. It___........ ...... ..* '..tl.iv.. b a
Clairmonte Foster while in the rested.
exLvution of his duty. Addressing the jury from the '" a' ,, a. t|)t'
Foster said that Small wasuiing do^kluTho,Pr flr,t "'d that h *" S"-"- "
indecent
Street on June 30
between com- Asked aboul Mr H. J. Page *****. * * *"' \" "
n i vioiu,. formerly Principal of the 1CT.A. ,l'r'oinf'tf*>rJ- ^!, Ih|.w "'
rird said that he *"" tc" '" *v "" dork'
idad for England
his way to Rome where he will
k< u| Ml new post with F.A.O
Mr. Page was accompanied by his
attempted to arrest her, she bit J ,u !,nd'he carried it along the gri, in a store at Roebuck SUfCCM ln industry.
him on his linger. with him Street, Cpl. Byer who chased the
She had also been charged with .jc ,alcr Ktd that Wood the defendant opened the grip and Government Kinplovees
wounding with intent, but she watchman offered to sell him the noticed that tt cootaUMd
pleaded not gulltv to this count. ,. hats which were later ldentine-.i "A brief llnal word to those
Before sentencing him. His to be the property of Mr. W. A. you who are employed i ii.....
Sentence 1'ostwmed Lordship said that there were Griffith.
other cases pending against him.
GOVEItNO* QHSNS
tat \<:u.
Heavy Rainfall
In St. Thomas
Thomas experienced. (".
1.
Sentence was postponed
Iff.
though
U itfThat cour" He would UHIAWPI'I. I-OSSMSION
ment. 1 think il was appropriate
that my final official conference
heavy i-mf.ll on Sunday,
pagjSgnl pmpi ietorj .in* look i
nrwaVd to .i motleraUily goo,
Niclti of ground provisions to
irds late December and ll<
curly part of nexl year. l.ig..
on Saturday w
Uves of the Ci
rilh lepresenta-
yrar-oUl Oottfray Simnmiuls who ..*..,,- i>nt tnko that into ac-
, guilty of breaking into KSTVfi hao p\-adeo Su.hy WjJWor*h*L>U; g| B-(?r2?" *' Aaaoctollon. 1 am grate-
the building of Cyril Springer md S U d have taken more yesterday fined Darnley Simpson ful t the public seivice for the
stealing a bag of stock leed on fenlent lew of the matter, but J "*_"'' Pg2 fi0 me as Head of the
fUBH U h^vir, stolen the COW. h had Rock. St. Michael. 15'- foi the civil Berrtce I have played
hav.nL out the blami on the unlawful possession of poUtoe-. small part in the strengthening of
Sentence on Eustace Springer wtchtnan Cow stealing was a Simpson was seen by Potseo the structure of the service and I
w..s postponed until later in the v-rv serious offence. Constable Wilkinson with the ihall watch with deep interest its
sessions when he pleaded guilty |fe sentenced him to 18 months potatoes The One Is to be paid development wjth traditions of ser-
nprisonment. I > M dgyg or 21 dajn impri
nreaklng and entering th.- i
dwelling house of Bernard Con-
duit on October 6. and stealing a
Colt automatic pistol value $14.40
and 30O In money.
Sentence OB) Steadman Adams
was also postponed after he plead-
Farewell Salute SL Andrew Roads
For Governor
Iron, page 1
gt From page 1
aUon' live federal d' part-
mentl have been abolished In lbs (n"tVi'nirtTer,t' showers also
past eighteen months, agriculture, throughout the parish yesterday
ration, engineering, medical The canes in this pans i an
II of thi' Civil veterinary- A large number nmong the beat seen In the island
f items of expenditure have been and the yann and eddoes ai.
.1 Minn the federal to thriving well. A resident said lb'
,,,. prcMdenllal budget* where while lb.- rahifall ha> not been |
inora praparly belong and mod as In UM l.t two years, i
very new pee of legislation Is' fell nmie frequenUy than
xaminod to -e whether it can be or \M 0|her parishes,
ntroduced on a presidential |H R< H REPAIRS :
iihei than a lederal basis. This ----- --------------
.rtion has had no ill effects be- In St -Thomas;. repairs arc be n.
p an are '..,>,:, on^amctm of rrttd out tOJLn* Holy III
I will now ask my wife to say AllUgul, a|M| st. KitU provide Church, and tlu l'.o -b
apeciatlst advice to me smaller "
presidencies. I hope Montaerrat
'-v and the Virgin Islands do not feel
the abolition of these federal posts
the
vice to the pufilic whose servants .
'"iinooant
l I.e.."
ufftce at UcnnetU Is being
(leaned up with* a view of bring-
ing it into line with the dwell-
ing house at Bennetts Plantation
At Airy Cot I the s.-me pa rim
lhe St. Thomas Highway Con. ,
adonan are carrying out ftn- |
...1 iep.ors to tin- toad
laattaTo th- home here in Government HoUM Mw ,'""11"1 '" November last. sXAMiNINr; paTIENTH.
=5St{g sSWSfrl SSLSSSS JsVk
JSdSJ Ind aiaSwill "f .1 tive Council. The Sectary of ItTdav. Di K It ( .Me. I-M <
leSKS. Sf ScraSun v t' >s since agreed that the S S. JohA was examm n, OUt
v.. luve made man, friend, number of repre^ntative mem- ll niU. Dr t. or j.sIU tl-
id we intend to see them ber> OD the F-xecutive Council be 'nHrmary on Mondays nd Thun ,
a few words.'
I >i lv Savage said :
"Toinnrro'v will be
for my husband a id me for we ^
" "" 'STt we",n.fl "reme'mtJr '""' l""1"-' ""'" "*~-
II remember ^........ |n ,,.,.,,..
enter- MISS BIM. the Auster light notion .it Ike bridge is down and ny"."
mg the "store o?Y Sum. at aeroplane of th. Bl.A.f. will y , -----------. ,,. ,, wjU.r. As will, alTvl ,. you ....... -~ j-^J
1' anchor and sails
rlie-t.-n'ielil Alleyne pleaded Bay. ... ____lo get bom
guilty lo stealing 11 quantity of On board will be HI, Ex.elleney ,l,
lead on June U, the property of lhe Governor and Udy Savage ,,, fr |,uhil|in
Dean and Rector ol St. on their way to England prim 10 T|Ui al) WilteicoUr^. contlnu
Governor of
aback if the Hmklyn Oa
and
Mlclmel The lead was llxed on "^ng up dulle.
lhe t-huieh 11.10... Alter remark- Brltllh Culnn.
ing lhat lead stealing was very At *"^.; lvlo .... .-""- '""'";;;, ""'" ""' wd our bl
,.rev ..lent. HI. Lordship postponed ^nde,rTonlroll^ ... Cvil gj' ., < Jf^,^ every.
"""" Aviation and Airport nui>J""o bulldozer was us.,1 lo level off ,"""
Itf, l...id.hi|. UN poatponed With him will I* Mr-";^"J' some of th, lopoa ihlA bad "
Coral l-,v,ll who and Mr. Toppm. member! of Uw ^ ._ .--------......--------------- W,
M the Control, of MISS B,M J g jfg ar^ck
,11 be Squadron Leader; i>vi<} k|m| of h lbiIa,)MI1 Aflrr ^ wad our boat wishes far your
Controller of Civil h ,( ,, d 5, covery. wltha special
greeting to those we kn
Laiaretto
i IrOtn Hire.' tii *iix.
e "Thirdly the referent* "f lhe
- H.mmiond repotl '< tbf ivil ser-
onl ol me and professional associations
at the have complied extremely well
th requests for commenti and I
ntencing Coral Lovell who l
ropla
I Club
pleaded guilty to the larceny of t-**hi /
5100. the property of his em- -,
ployers. Purity Bakeries Ltd.. on rtCnCtl rOrCL'lf
September 22.
Seymour Clark* a chauffeur, CT08S KlVer
pleaded guilty to breaking and 1NDO C,I1NA( Nov. 3
ass?I,,vjsn'ocXr?isss.u- -
begun to slip away and grass
planted to bind the soil.
These ' were not
enough t" prevent further erosion. _,_
and most of the sand which hnd m*h
been put lo support the road, and '
the grass, have again been washed
ich one of you goo.I think H fajr to iay tnat While they
happiness
IWITi
h
and happiness in the ,,,,,. wltn mnny reeommenda-
_ ., -__, tlons in the report, that I II -.
"May God bless you all. Good- tcnfril disappointment OVfJ tbl
-it and Good-bye question of salarle-. This Co UiefJ
and the lTesidentn.1 Council must
DECREE NISI "w consider the report in the
days.
The Aim*'.ous.' has 71 ininati
V males 32 f.-iiwili-v (->.
* gull.
The Matron lld Ihf Advocate
"There is an isolalio-: ward, hu
at present we have no isolaU<
rases "
In the Court of Div
forces
mile
Dark Hole, the road which Matrimonial Causes last Fi
light of comments received
.md
i day
determine the soonest extent of
,, .onnects up Seniors and Park-. Mr""Justice JJ. W. H CheneVv 'he impipmriilalinn and whether
and stealing a valise, a crocus bax crossed the ""*"*", %,-(, ha* alto been damaged Within i. pronounced decree nisi in the lull modifications are need d regarding
mid $280 in money, the property north-we^i oi " """ _.,. few yards of a section unde- of A. 1. Inniss, petitioner. O lnnis>. lnrni>
of his brother. His Lordship 'he undefended, war-ruineu iw npBlfi ;inother section brok ,esponde.it. and S. Squires C< -
postponed sentence. of,""* TJ^L* .-------- met only "gJZ nnd w" carrled int0 ,n Pon*t
The French troops mei w rivcr Mr E K Wak0 QC
Jones suld that it was an awful light resistance from an esn- Work haA t0 ^ abaDdon''i iructcd by Mr. E. I>
tl Ini lof blan to have to prosecute mated Battalion of Communist temporarily, and It is su-geste.l Appeared for the petitioner M
his brother. Since he had been led Vietminh In pushlnn offensive 1(l-il _, IM.W |)Vlrt ,hould be v'. c. Husbands appeared f. i tl
< hinged, Clarke's father was will- reconnaisanre after the caruai ,Ving slightly out of line with respondent. A croa.
ing to make satisfaction and he crossing of the Black Hivei ma n ,.i damaged section which brought by the Nspondont w.
Loped the Court would deal a corridor of territory long held frequently slips with heavy rains, dismissed.
leniently with him. by Vietminh. CJf. 4>t#t<<( t *, t ihmihuqi | am >gp,Ta t a i,,,.,..,...
i-
Not The Boxer
The Sm King who was
fined for gambling on Thim-
day l...i uma not S*m King
the boxer of Tudor Itridge.
Diamond Uln**
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Barbados advocate
\Y NOVEMBER I. 1MJ
CLASSIFIED ADS.
I'l III II SALES
ICLCfHONI Wl
UAL ESTATE
A.\ .\OI\ CEMENT**'
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FOH HIM
HOVSI-S
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m, bedrc^ras e>d
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mm.
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AUTOMOTIVE
PICK Da*
Model. 0x
Garage opes

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eat* IMl. Hot* (MM Omto
OFFICES
-Cool. stdprw-ra and
IHMINAI.
nit i iii
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w are l*a"re*ay *>amrd ai>i><
ll M m. all) llEBVl. IMC?,
nee Her*. WaBBB.) M I <1
i.jwll ' M-m.lblg h* her '
3 contrnrlmB Mtjr debt I
i. -- by a writt.
25-
1 Mania
OU'RTIW
ELECTUCAL
mow* Dual
SI *.( '-1
V EWnl aRrJBBRBBia
Aulcarukk threw speed
lira Bt l tbaaa In*
'SB ")*!! teat of Uud al Pine Hill.
licnee. Tbe hawse contain, three basI
BBjaS BJI ill l.iwn.. -|J t ..unilfmn
Tne ia. aJa by prttii caanp^ith* at mm Oalre.
i dial 1
u
nmnM
uua /v AK4MRM
TUNIS. Monday,
roller .am one person wa
killed and on* Injured when i
terrorist bomb eap|<..,
street hen- last night.
NOTICE
snipping
.itoed
Meal Bi .#(-n
3TI '
THE ll\KHAIM>s HOMVI
THE GUARD Or HONOUR
for th* departure of Ml- I
__ Lh Governor will fall m at the
a *ajM tHajgaat WareneAiae < Pierhead) at
I M Ki
;-,
tn sort* a
.ill Jte. Ii sa
Ugh Street Bxafefaaawn an Fr*da;
4u al IManbrt ISSI al I .
atng eacacn aUXltWATBlt
lnTn. bWhabcba SI Josef
on I aeree, I rood. I) perchee of land
The basal "bath cospiaingt a beautiful
law al IM aia>llH eVllM-hew-
Coeet ana swept by lha Atlanta:
ilain* a apacMaj* losjaaa* ana
kill, missi each with running wetei
Veil un tee is taking
roiunWen taking part wilt r*
l-urt at the Baoaaw Warehouse a-i
1*41 Han a* Twaawar. 4th S#.-
ii <
rlaca-HiK ana water
PURNITUBE
(IRAr^BSS^MT/HrfllCItT MOTTIJTV
A-liorfl TVnlntr*.
THT- publk- r. harrbv
mvinf tfMII to m*
it2En8
rnra by ma
b onllan ordr
: lONEL MATBBS.
W.UH Spfina
t ThDfna.
1.11.S3Ii
MST A FOUKU
FVILNITUKE Al Janatla Draaa thop
I furnilui
an. Cha
lU AUH>
Marhn . ! SinacT TraaUa Mu
ajinaar TradW MaehnwMai
i-.cnUUng MaCima rtt afc r
II
if* and fltthiai m.luOuil aW
nn. Tablaa. Dm *land. rii
A it* Janaa IMctrK Kawvi
TTaa mmpai
BatBlHMl
|napa D>-i flam
For turtnar Berucuiaii and ta
1 ""* *Po&fte CATTOUD a
4 11 !
MECHANICAL
bar, Rakr*. Loadara iCraf> collartara
Sldr drlivcry Rakai. PkKilU. DHrhri.
Ell. Etc. COUatmV OARAOK D..
Mil 3*10 11 ti
'>nU -"d Youth* DIAL
rABTll ax-RATIJl AKD SCOOP For
r-oving waih mould and nitmi Caf
Mda, rtf Dial MilCourtaay Oaraic
at 10 u an
LOST
*FT"*/rAK Til KFI

; wi i" sjta ni
i Hail Straal a-n
i Adtocal' Adi'i
4 11 !In
- it anOB
,.. .*..-. nr
Rt. (imraa.
rM Rl-T"! Autumn
aa.--.aaa u, MurKrt
rajaw mtimr wwn
c o M ft Huara.1
4 II HK In
WAI ITT rtm.n Laalha- !!
-t.lir TlcBrl Jt*-| LL 1*M <
mm Faetaea Rawat
Pablir Mlkial Salt
i' IT...I M>**hl Arl
a **
rtaaMjH i
i -*d at my
A i tlul aailair. Sltc of I*nd contain-
I M aarcbaa attwM
In tha a'l-
rfflca to ti
M u- i
n:nr;i-soN wheel TRACTOH
i Mo-k Wilh lhaaa Traftor* th*
ummm a rUchnMBta
JO 10 M *ii
ORAMOPHOffBBV-Jual racaivad a i
of Columbia aramopno
i.- one from DaCoaU Co '
rttal napartmant II 10 U-en
MA1KCV-IIARIUK Whaal Tractor*
S'pmanl arilvad In tlma tor -our *at*
Lion KvdraulU) Llnkaca (or lniplamri
1m> avallabla Mi"W
OLIvarm ill 44* TTpaarrtMea A
b) tram Stock la aartetB ran.i
iiihi a* lollaw*--
AUCTION
M. K. DANIEL.
(A*
CapUin.
) AdjuUnt.
The Barbados* Reaimetit.
3rd November. 1952
By tnitrucltoni of tha Ineu'anca (.
-. .III *rll .1 CRAJt OARAI-t
KOCHVCK STHEaTT OM TUIMDAY *
lorn Iflt* Aiatun Sadan C
bv Flra TERM* CASH
It ARCHER M.KENZ1E
Pyorrhea and
Trench Mouth
Stopped in 24 Hours
I u an
'tW In
B) inatrulion>
III .all al Maalr. n ..........
|d arahoiua Cbapal Stfat '
d*y Mb at I p m Grapi>.
ii.t n.achma damaged
caah
Aio.ltEH M.KI H.
a n m '.-
.'NDtt THE IVORY HA>*MR
y MftrucUon* racalvad liom Um
C I will )l on FridayJti. at
Maaan Chalaaa Oanse Ltd pini-.i
Htrrat III- 1WW HUBaan Mb* Oamai")
m .ccidanl! Tarm. Ca.b '*">
VLNCENT OH1ITTTH.
UNDEK THE SILVER
J1AMMFR
TO-DAY
Tuaaday 4th Hovambar. by orda-
he Murai Kaah. I* >H ii iihh
ntura ! Ho- St. "Vk U Uarrfcp"!
Which .-. mi--
nnul TaWa. Waaaon With a*aa,"'l
d, bwtlara Tray. Rockara a Ea.>
ir*. Bervina Tabl*. Ravoinnd R"*
i. Tall k Low l' 1-adaaUM. Chaa.
Work Table*. Kidney Ornam.m
Mi noor-t-mp. r.afHolre. IJfaaar
i all in gw-t oM Mahoaany OU"
:hlna Platad war* in Ent-a Dtaht.
Walter* (.'and .a Snuffer a Olah.
m China Fruit Serviraa 4 ^**ea, "?-
m Tea Servlca* Cut Olaaa Table
lamn, B. P. Candtaatwk 4 Shades Bra-
l*^ old Scotti* P-lnU; Bu-h^akara.
Verandah Chain. Mabogany ""VjJ^l
.tead and Spring-Dean-Si e*i> Wa*u
,-^lar Praaaa.. Book
SEA AND AIR TRAFFIC
In Carlisle Bay
Entail
afa-.
Rat* t
VVal. T R Ra.i
\ h..,*- Mar Con
r under n-inuri vt D l*.lnch
to B W 1 achoonar O-atn
m i-in i an.
nadun Conatrwctar lor at
IS Ala Parllaai for TrmBnad
irtor loi Trir-dad. !W" Mary
lor Brill** Guiana. * Ladr*
M Oomtna:-. and M V Atha,
Trlnlaa*
litcnall. B H-r
Pa* a* Lae*a
II Hiiie-ara. O Mllnb Mar>h-I.
M M BM Marahall. J Milna Marahall
Chacin i 0a*a
rnua
lar Trtadaad:
O WOfefnaoa, L Grell C MalUard.
Ti Milliard. J Halliard. M MaiUard.
K M.lllard. W Brydan. T Bryden. I
Um*, M Cl.ke. W Todfl.O _Taol a Sue.
Seatcell
tlai hall

Mejaara.
nochoy. D
Xavter. N Mayer.. M
Meyaai i Me-er.. B
BatRanond. V La-wta. K
ARaiVAI. Hi Rtt* I 4
T-laadad:
NCrTaTntBER 1
Barr.ud'i. B Tfarwnid C P
Matt, S Mall D Theme
M Abdubin. V Dini.!-*- J Kolaa. B
allat-Snuin. H FYiatb, H Bnady B
n..j M Snady. H Sa-dy
NOVEMIIBK 1
L Kawbn*. B Blngh. H Lanlay. P
liabooMi. W II art ana, c Wiiuanat. S
Williama. I. rnaumi. M Aaar. B
Haamp*; C Kiell. E K>U(hl Q Kud
daan. J Edah'l T Ken. P Oraaf
W Data. A Mitchell. C Morn*. V
Morns. L. War-en, P Warrm, T. O-Nalll.
I E%eljn C Chamber* S nook, r
W-ar.lea VoanrMafar. O Malouk. S
I l^rr. B Parr O Parr
I .... t.i.aaa*
SUVtUUlK 1
T Da rrattaa, J Da rreilas. M
larav-ieii A Williamson C Williaanaaa
B lailiu. B Cueltas. M CwMaB, J
Hoiman J Bolmaii. A Ola*.
i. Andaraon. D Anderson.
fci 4i.de*.>n, W Analeraon. E Anderson.
NOVEMBER 1
U Seel. C Lacuna I
i - S.
IllHiaj
1 Bkaadln. W Smith
athey
B Ablack. C
PMIard. M Kamae>
Coppln. E HacketL
Hufka, J ru ... I Hall. A
Henslay. J Hansley. J H<
Henaaay. 1 Mm.,
I si (Ht-Mi
NOVEMBER J
C- CJaapmati. I Chapman. E.
s .All*-, r Alleyne
lar St KIM>
NOVEMBER !
TlHsim. W
Hike. R
HaU, M
l> BanarlU
| I'l'K'l"!
Iloht WatfiM
mils i. BATLKY
Baiton Lane
Baradlna turns, ear* steath .
teeth aaaan thai yeu ar* a rtctim oi rioi-
rhaa or Trench Mouth tr soase bsd dtaaaa*
mat alll *r-niuallT eaoa* p M Maa aB
yar taath an4 ha<* la wear fs.se teeth
before year- time 4Vr-.ce tha rr.ai Warta
War lhaaa asealh dlaaaaaa bare aprraa
il.ieuihoul th* orld *c mat now acton-
lieu *er that four o.t of every Bye pennl.
aie eulfsreri aaonar or Isl.r. Be aarced ic
tuna atid atop thee* dise.jea bafaea M
loo tale, aeeaaae they often raaa* net aoly
tha koaa 4* a*atb. bat alao fhron.r ineaaaa-
iubb aad baart trouble.
Naw Diseovary. Sove; T*ath
A* eta* v dlscorery *f an Am art* an
aahtalUt. lUmi tiw-sa tror-blea la 4 aaa
aad eaKt aay It penetrate* rlfht to the
reel of Ihe trapbla. stop* aau from bleed-
|na the rrry first dar. quicbly ui tha
soreness iol of your mouth. anO aeon
tilBtena tha tteth. Tha lolloalna letur
fraai Mt. W. W B. shows the resulU thai
Aaaanaa oaar* pi "I aultarad iroai rrsncii
Mevtb and Pyor.t-a for leo rears. Mr
eums art* a'is and bl-edma and I bad
foal lour term, -hile .c.e.sXolhsr teeth
n- -Ulna laoes* all Ihe tin. I UMd
ir.anr ihlnas snd Dm Ivesrd of that new
rylaoae teem arre much t.sntar aaBBbM
aaadd aat th* hardest ol loaa-
Guorantead
Asaaiaa torn so fs-l snd so aaaaaaa
that It la raarenieed lo Ho* yaw*.afaaa*
nteaay back on reiorn af wiy r*------
Oont use a ebaDca on losing your
and baart iroable Oei .
haailat teday atider thai
Tfcen
mfor .lea//
CLARKE'S eTrSS. TABLETS |
HtWp to mhmtmm the avaf.'//
from blood impuritiea
laaaailiiM ta ta*e blood may cau-e rfbtumatic
aakwa aaal paiaa. Stiff and painful joint*.
boil*, pimple* and common akin dlsthrdera.
Oarka'a Blood .Mixture Tablata help to
pnrtfy the blood, cleanse tae system aavd
aaaiat ia reatoring good health.
AUo available in tAe ria;indJ Liquid f

CHANCERY SALE
The iindrim.iit-ksd pr-pertle- anil
PvbJtc BuiHiri Bri-fef*" bat-rcu
and on Ihe dale .pniftad balaw If rot men sosa r
ueVeadang Friday at the saaaa place ar-d during tha i
.rtleular* on application to aaa
laiAtNTUT EMA MAY GALE
and
DSJIKDANT CLABA ALBOP OAJJt by oraaMsal
IIAMPDCN ABCHIBA
and I Mar tha nap KM
tl) be ft Up '
I'Ropaarnrs pirst AH
THAT ae '
> Ommm >v-- lasj al I
d-velling
lu>uaa c.ltod
i a.,
meatuaae
>w wim the land shramn ina mar nao. ana
ring iituate in St Anns. Thw Garrison In UW pari-k
ret in (his I.lend containing b* admeasurement sia
biaadrad and two and one quarwr enuaia teat
,.f Chrt.
thouaand fi'
thereabout, butting and buunduag an a place calh-d oi
Ban Vbtw Hotel on landa loraaarry of Mar* Ann Cooper
* lata of Prank Cmlg and on the pahtlr road or however e**a
saana i.*r bull and bo*.nd together the meeeueges. gwwUlng
louaea and bulldanga and all other eracU-.na and buihtmga *-
sahl aarcei of land aeat-ied and built standing and being with their
appurtenance*
UPBTT PKrE gSJSO t 0
BBL'OMDLY AXL. THAT c.rtaln masauaga awaiUDghouaa or atore
'ttnatad in High Slrewt hi tha City of Bridgetown In Shis Ialarul
and numbered 15 In the said mart weather with the land aBastaan
the him sUnds and Unrrtu belonginf conUlning by adJneaauremeiit
one thousand one hundred ad anteen aqnare feet or fheeeeheuU
butting and bounding on the premise, known aa Numbers IJg Koe
bueh Street and 14 High Street on the premises known as Pfumbai
16 High Street and on High Street aforeaakd oi
am* may butt and bound, together with the
i aaa
'he the
dwcliii.g
racuena and toolldlngp en Uie>
built sanndlng and being wilh their
i M
AXi, THAT cerlab. pwca or |
land wil
the
ulna thouaand and .lataen aauara feet or UiaraabouU .for
and thsrty-aasa pare bear and alao eight
fort* square feet of tha public road situate in or near
relied Hastings in the said par lab of Christ Church In
this Island butting and bounding en Landa now or late of one Mrs
Innlaa on tha aaa on lands new or kite of Marcus O-annum at al
and an the public road or however alee tha same may butt ami
bound together with tha messuages dwellinghouaci and buildm.
aad all other ereetJons and building* on the said parcel of land
acted and built .landing --id being with their appurtenance.
JCE 3.000 a.
SALE OF ABOVE-MENTIONED PMOPnTuDs. 7th November IMS
B WILLIAMS.
Reglsuai-ln-Chaiireiy
M IS M :i<
SHIPPING NOTICES
ATTENTION
ALL REDIFFUSION SUBSCRIBERS!
In Ihe Nmrmbn IMS
REDIFFUSION PROGRAMME'S
' 1
PAINSo! PILES
Slapped in 10 Mlnlt
It ta no longer neceeaary to suffer
.*lne. lUhing and torment fr.m Ptieo
,ncalhadU>-ei of M*ta ili-rmerfy
karam SS Chlnaroidl Hytae atarto te
...e* la 14 mlmitea and aoi ont> >tnpa
'!. pain but alao ia.es ailt the s-sll
I ng. stopa bleeding and combaxa nerve
rtltail"" thereby rnrhlng otker irou-
steacanaad by Pile* sack aa Head*<-ha.
Serrouineaa. Bar-karr-.. Caiiuau.m.
ioaa el efrergy. debility, and Irritable
.11.position Oat M/toa frai------------
'rug*.! today tinder lha
The bl/V MONEKA will
accept Cargo and feexngers for
Dominica. Antigua. Hmnieial.
Mrrts and St Kltt" Sailing
rr.dav 14th mat
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a... Llreraaal
I Nov. 17 November
1> Nos 4 December
Dec End December
Mid Dec Earl, January
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From Hamburg. Kettmlam snd London
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PILES
can be Cured
There are thouiancli of nm and svornen
aptaa gaffer awful agony day and ni(-:il
iMcauge of pile trouhta, who do not aouw
abal eyerycbem.it stock* a special remeily
that does men sorely ..d quickly baniMi
the misery of this wretched trouble.
Make a roiifidant of yonr chi-nuet Ask
ami about Man Zan Pile Remedy. He
srul tell you this is no ordinary ointment,
hart a soothing;, healuie. Btreflffthrning
aalm that at once stopa the intense irrit-
anoo and dears away internal, eateinal,
aare or bseeding pilea
1 The unique tnbe m which
Bald makes 'Jus preparation an
casin to use- The bag- aue auppry, with '
special applicator, is usually saffarant ta N
gnar away the moat difficult tm.
Remember the name of dug
fsasncdy for pile trouble
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BAKBADOS ADMX ATK
TltSUAV. NOYKMBtK t. 1M2
Y.M.P.C. Defeat Spartan By 7 Wickets
orris Six It
Other Intermediate
Matches Drawn
THK TENTH ROUND 111 in' MTtai ->f Intermediate
kg*, ended last Saturday and acsin lean
low scores. At some grounds spectators mm bright inrki'i
and others wen* somewhat dead and slow.
Onl> DM team secured n OUl- .......
ngiii rtciory, all Ihe eta* wars m
drawn games. Y.M.P.C. won Um
match over Spartan b> thnt- run >
i o
t II I
Mil Ut fO! .1 Itt *** TSUI
Chase top scorim. with 13. In l r BHWMil < mito*
second inninKs W. Cumbcrbat i
top scored with 20 Ivf-i- CW>JimS Qdr-Tmi E
run out, they were all out fo
Bowling for Y.M.P.C I Burk-.....' "';
took three- wickets for 15 runs
Ml QVOtS,
Y.M.P.C. in their first InnU
took s U to by ii >
i'.ranker top a
29. In the second Innings th-
made 80 fui three to allov.
I '.In- match lattai
The Cable tad Wireless-M< _
Hospital match wan draw* I
i fli l r.n -i wtckMi i is
">ning. and were all out lor
iihuiimi.
-Mi MYiSlOX:
a -..
i l> Will.am.
in- -p-l wKpt. a Blanker

. 1. WllllaiTU
I- Mar.hall c Mr **aly b Urankrr
|-l () b Blanker
I
on b Urankrr
.'.r
v- ith PTansoIr 23 SD
out IB- For the Mental Hqsi.Ii.I
V. Todd and J. \Vilt.-,hir,- took
tbras arid io an 22
..civ
lii I he Hospital's 111'
I Willi.m- top KOTOd with IB
tok threr for 18 runs in in OVI I
Combcrmerc madr 12!i
tirst innings and the '
replied with 181. In tl
oeond Innings U>
them for 85. R. Marshall opaofaa
bat for Carlton U>i> scored with
M before bo was i auajhl by Mr.
Sealy off the bowling of
ne Rat the Ool] bat .man in hi'
team to reach rtoiihlo Bcuaja,
Bowling for the school Breaks
took frur wicket* for 29 run.- in
14
In i ho IVkwick-Wamlci. a
match played at the Boy
Wandercis batted the whole .
the Mm d in im >
to thnt score Pickwick wenl to
work on the second and last day
and _1 Close of play tl,,-
reading 244 for ..11 II K .
;'nd C. Evelyn scored 47 and 3:
i
..itrawn.
Tlic -

i. h>n. h r< .
and 37 ..:>
i"
Cvrltn acofvd 41
lamti and
WATER POLO:
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la ale 4 ".!.,.
"amou
Arrtw.
UK. b
ii a KMg Lb
I
BXOBM
Tula I
owuw utM ran
Sailors Play
Local Team
ill engage n
n II.M.s Rlgfcmry Bay
In a water polo game at the
Aquatic Club at 5 p.m. to-day-__
r*U Jordan a
Clark*, T. Yearwood, O. John-
->n. A Taylor. M We
I n-nrluiian \\ ins
Mkldliw.i^hl Bout
PARIS, No\ 3.
Hume/. f rnaos won i ban.
i Mod ovet <;, .
ii >i Mn rorh on Monday
n>ght in a middleweight i-.ut
lenga i u the world n:i.
""" "'"" I i po*i load-
ing mld dornond i t|tk enonet U Ru
-I the world tide.
ir Robinson eoni duos us a ixw-
. Ill defend.
Qdy Turpin
and Humes win Mil r, ., bow
A
rd i
allalJha l"
M: I, M Kin
Total
of Wlrkrl- I U
IIOWI IV. \\.\i Vsis
H. K,-*
a M.iti..-.
II A K .
U Arrhc.
B. Iliank.r
Fianautr
Cranl*
I I. II
Auatifi
Uorr.- i, | Bmbe
I. Parti* r Auxin I> K 11
N Wood : i i
B Chaaa b riniVr
C Woort run out
i
I I
* JanuMii pd , a
I
UOIALING ANALValH
II. Aii. 1.1 B |
t: Brankpr in I
K Pi 10
t a
K Brar-.kri b C Clue.
H K> |.b I
> r. Mandevill* .....'
ei-ii iii I
lacked !> ed alter the
m vini'i clinched
to shake Hun i i hi
I r. garb) ii tin iiikiI
vtui rapid
i ins to ihr- face, bui Um
>>f the lout lacked action
Fairly in the eighth round. Hu-
mes forced Halnrton to retreat,
haldtlf hllTl w th |xwerful left
and right jabs Although the
score was. not disclosed, ragsitM
l .-I v.'i i I. un dj llumer with
live, and HalrStOfl with three

we ghed 144 5 kilos
Hume/ 143.5
In an eight round middleweight
bout Mickey Uiurent (France)
..utpoinu-d Spain's Antonio Soldi-
llla -iT.r. __________
Sugar Kay May
fight Kid Gavilan
NEW YORK
llobiiiMin savs
M ii "deboUng1 .1 nuddlewctght
i I wilh Kid Gavilan. of
her-weighl
b noxi yeai Mean-
while, Sugar Ray is guiiii; t bo
i dancer Reported salary
Id* more th.m
C 10,000 fur ,i I.irtiught of -how
^__^_^ L.E.S.
Trinidad liitn-a.-r
IlU<_* IVojililllililr
POBT-OF-SPAIN, Nov. I
d I'uif Club toda>
-

will tO
;
Allan Brown
Gol Winner
For Scotland
LONDON.
A player who once threatena.1
rot class soccer and bc-
<<.ach wilh a minor
league club was the architect Of
2- I victory of Wale*
In the International at Ninian
Park last week His name'
Allan Brown inside right, and
scorer of the Scots' equalising
BMl
Allan, together with George
Aitken. who was Scotland's left-
Iialf, refuted to re-sign for East
Kife at the o-mmencement of
the 1950-51 season bocause their
reiiuest for a transfer was
.fused
With ihe players and the di-
rectors declining to give way
there was a deadlock The sea
-( which began in August
passed into September. October
November and into IWcembc!
with neither man kicking a ball
The battle nearly reached legul
proportions with the two players
preparing l" take the club to
court for not allowing them !
earn their living by their chosen
Fm .ithough not
payed any wages. Brown and
Aitken were retained players,
and at such not allowed by the
rules of the Scottish FA to Join
any other club as players
Thus it was that Brown near-
ly forsook Scotland to Join the
F'ntflish minor league club
Ion Rovers, as coach
Calamity Averted
This calamity to Scottish soc-
i w.is fiutunatcU .iverted In
ember, when just a week
before Christmas. East Fife pui
for tr.msfer
Tin- announcement brought
rush of would-be buyers, and the
transfer developed into an auc-
Uoo Blackpool emerged as thu.
highest bidder for Brown wit*'
an offer of 128.000 and Aitkei.
went to Sunderland.
But Allan, out of touch with
he game 0" * lon8 during
.he period of dispute he had beei
working in mi engineering tac
lory found it uifflcult to Un.
iu football leg1 when he rv-
.timed to the first class game
Despite ossldlous training, h'
tODJld he could not keep pact
with First Division soccer ano
iiore important still, the edge
bod gone from his football sense
No long.'!
.iii exploit it as before
Many doubted whelb. i bf
would ovof roaaln hu touch, an.,
a was thought that Blackpool t
,:-.ml>li- would not come off.
Bui manager Joe Smith hau
laitli, and AlUn was dalSTrAUMd
to repay him. and prove his
worth.
GUM He (up ties, and he ha*.
in. ili.inir Siiuwing all the ilu
and fervour which had gaine<
him iiileirialiini.il re.-ngnition, he
iielped Blackpool re..eh the Cup
Final,
Tragedy
His return to form did not'
jiass unnoticed in his native I
nd he was selected foi I
the Sluttish team to play Eng-<
land at Wembley two week* b'-
fOTO Ihe Cup Final Hut then
t: iaadj
In ,i looang match jut aflei
Ihe sffanl-aajaj he sustained ;i
i' -' injury At first it was not
thought to be all that aarioui.
but as th* International and IBS
< uu Final loomed nearer, thi
trouble persUted.
Then the doctors told him the
Daws he was dreading; he would
not be tit for Ihe International
It was still hoped that he woul.'
i>e lit for the Final. But It wai
not to be. So in four''
ppod from Allan's grasp
"" benourg adtlcti ;"> playei
would regard as umple n
tor a whole football i.m.i
The injury bogey pcrsisteo
Into the following season. ami
Bnnrn was out U the Blackpool
team more often than he was In
t
t)nce again thoe nijurie
..iused him to Lose his old foj-n
so the boajrtning of ihi
pa him again liKl.lmg to make
.. -back.
Htm well he has lU
In addition to his eqil
Ninii.n Park, he is Hlii.kp.Hil -
i . hide two hal-lri.'ks
Allan ha had to wait for hi- ,
tuetaag, but it has bean worth ,
v Mile If he can lontinue In thel
rom. Blackptwl mhy yet gain !
that first Cup final victors
L.K.8.
Bowlers Do Well
On Tricky Wickets
Am^EACKmTaSSURED WE OOOO S4W-
>lN3-SLJTUf?E WAN THAT 1UE SUFTtSlCAL
' Sills would be paid as soon as me
COLLECTED HIS AAEDlCAL INSURANCE-
*, iysw?ANCE ca PAID OFP-SOvtE
a^? S^LEf-VMN" /MADE A NICE PHocir-
LEPT hOLDI^o THE OLD LEATMER Q^t
COC-A90UT -max ODETWTOS; ; -
THE ONLY REASON I HAD TO f wu.< P
HMt IT WAS OM AD3XJWTA THE /j_r|EfthT W
AX.^=NT TVWT BajOlAWT AIY r^m* IS MORE wiK
CONC-nON CN-W&WT? NCAy / lAK -ryp; OPt&mM
F KX-T-L Fs-L OUT TMESE J A.t0 -that ^q -nje
VEAH-UH-ER
TWATREtoJOS UC-
ABDUT MXW Bill
V'SEE, I GOTTA
HAVE A CAR TO jET
TOrWIN Ikl-yCAM-
THE OLD ONE WAS
R4LLlN'AFW?T~.SO
I TDOX THAT THERE
WSURAUCE AtONEy
Bowlers did well -on tit. ky
wickets on Saturday tne |. ~i
day hi the Tenth s. rlei ..f s.-.., I
lii' ision eru kel matches He* -
ever batsmen did not fail 4 -
gracefully and the good score of
102 runs not out was knocked t p
by the Empire batsman G Kirt>r.
who went at number three Bl
the batting order. He hit eig.it
fours in his 102.
i had to be conte .*.
with points for a first innin H
load over Harrison College Tl S
'rhoolboys batting flrat scored I
total of 08 runs and at the fad
of the first day's play Empire hi. replied with 41 rUBj for the loi-
of one wicket.
On Saturday helped by a 102
run* by Kirton, F.mpire carried
this score to 211 nans. Outer
goad scons came from P. Roa h
M and H. Brrwster not out SO
At the end of play College hM
scored 67 runs for the loss of
nve ads hats In their wcond turn
at th* wicket
Y.M.P.C. dismissed Leeward for
80 runs on Saturday. On the fir'',
day V.MPC scored 110 runs m
their first Innings but collapeni
in the second Innings when they
were bowled out for 78 runs
At the end of play Leeward
had scored 38 runs for the lo
of three wicket*.
Central secured points for u
f.rst innings load over Windward
whom they dismissed for 84 rdgu
mi their first innings. Central In
their first innings scored 127 runs
with E Weekes lopscorlng with
Bl,
(oi in runs, S. Goddard two
for Jfl, F Austin two for 23) and
' I bhree 'lekeu (F. Austin
2 for 18 and I i; Id ,rri 1 f..r 201
(Allege m aaaaare al Hsrrken
Oalaps
College 98 and 67 for five wick-
eta.
Empire 211 for 4 wickets de-
-lared. (G. Kirton 102 not out.
P Roach 50, H. Brewster not out
301
Central v. Wkadward
al Ceage Read
Windward 84 and 91 (F. Field
22. F. Weekes 5 for 17 and H
Amucws 3 for 22. C. Shepherd
1 for 3.
Cei
tral 127 loCon-
I'.dnck 20. N Deune A. M<
t r\ 11 two wickets oadh
foi 39. 38 and 33 runs reaper-
Mi 29 runs for the loss
of two wickets.
V H.P.C. vi Leeward
V m l'( l Hi .md 78 (LBrankar
32. S. Goddard 12)
Ixeward 80 (C, Gilkes 25, R.
Durant 14, I.. Foster 15. O Burke
Trinidad Team
HeatBM. Team 3-0
Wtum Oar 0>a pMBBBBaaasaSl
GEOHGftTOWN. Nov. 8
i.i-u.il -Shamrock beat G.F.C.
3 nil in th*- opening aoccer garni*
of the 'J K.C. Golden Jubilee Fe-
rn..! K..HIM at Bourda today in
the presence of a large crowd In-
cluding the Officer administer ng
ihe Government, the Hon. John
fititch, C.M.G.. O.B.E., and Mrs
Gutch
The visitors scored the first
goal "i the first half through
Fapinal. Two (allowed In the sec-
ond half through Doutflas Yuille
aid Daivrtood Pan i *
ELit.lBLES
c;et \i vitkii.ii
By HAM vMll 11
PARIS
ana of Britain
[ible men are being mir-
Aft*Tthemai-
rtages of banker Loel Guhonesi
and Lord Stanley of Alderley
comes news of the engagement it.
Paris of handsome Count John di
Bendern
De Bendern. 45-year-old former
British amateur golf champion and
once married to Lady P;drnu
Douglas. Lord Queensberry':
daughter, is the son of an eccen- i
trie millionaire, the Count de For-
rest.
His father lives at Biarritz and
holds Leichtensteln nation '>
John ii a British subject with an
Import-export business in Paris
His fiancee is 21-year-old Spanish
beauty Mercedes Gorlna, the
daughter of a retired Barcelona
industrialist, who has lived most
of her life In Paris,
Quotes of the week:
President of a French hair-
dressing association, M. Clallet
"We have won the bottle for short
hair; with the short hair fashion
women come to see us every week
Instead of every three weeks.
"To do that they must have to
economise on other things, but
why should we worry how the>
get the money? The principal
thing Is that they bring it to us."
Barrister Mono Giafferl: "Don't
ever count on the eternal love ol
a voung man of 2U. Save tha: k nd
of" trust for the aged"
Astrologer Maurice Calais:
Twenty-five per cent of the wo-
men who consult me ask me to
name the date their husbands wfll
die."
Mr. Loel Guinness. 44-Keer-old
f ried Princess Gloria Fatrkry, 3-.
at the Aiilibes town hall in April
lost U*ar. Lord Stanley of Aider-
ley married Mil*. Tltercse Hussm.
i>i April this year
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