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PAGE TWO BARBADOS ADVOCAlt SATURDAY. NOVEMBER 22. IS2 rahib galling M\ V I MILLER. MCP, Junior Mernbci for Ihe i st. Ooras. ui it* Bonn of Assembly. axpccts to leave toda> by B.W.I.A. for Jamaica where be will attend as an adH Tiaer, the Fifth Meeting of the Wait Indian Contemn. n Thursday by T C A. for ihe tint time. Capt. and Mrs U. II. McArthur from Vancouver. Brltl-h Colombia have seen Mi.TV.ent in the Island to warrant their returning next year. They said that they found everyone extremely friendly and had a "special word for the traffic %  men who were ver.cells' holiday in ,,OUB at aI! u m *T" 0 ? ar <" nuestr Barbados is Miss Marjori. '" < ^"^A ?K **' i Porter. District Nuree of Bclmont. Cap*M J Ar,h r s %  P ll * I'ort-oi-Spain. TrtnldatL She arV. p r,MnB (or IS Ar *< w '* n rived here recently by the S^. Vaiv-ouvar and Winnipeg Pnntmnntrr MS MILLER. MCP. S PENDING s I H. STARS — VOt/ II -i [ • 11 it a 'MW.IMildly Uv.iur&klr lor iron well *J. pj-ove,, now wnce ,„,, cttmfJ over yacht ^'ehandiM wine .^ m he ln Sailed Thm Seas ,,„ hral n M R. and Mrs. John Spencer of She IN a guest of Rev. and M. Fairylands, Bermuda are now S. Winter C. Crosse. of Ebenezer lr ***** to *"* Island, in Barbados for a holiday. They Manse. St Philip Mrs. Crosse and Regular Vinitor were among the passengers arrivMiss Cato are cousins. H*RS HELEN TOWNSEND £f b u' raaffifiT* "' '• *>.* .. AMIgua l gg. Cg-gjg, USA %  Thlj K Uirtr (Irst ,Mt u, Ih. w ,„d MItS. CYRIL MOB,,S ," i te bik VSJ ,^nd .„d JS, .n, h.,„ ,0.. 01 JV1 SON who „ad bon hoUJ^S hi^ £ h.. JT, ti. v,„. .. ., „„ U .lor ... crw 't '"'TH.* ..'" '!fJi.. h r.".i ?." d ." * a ""' M nn %  nentlon to hom uvd It* obi At ..( st -.1 i* -iniNBtS ; -Hi,it iriMf) il) DM I I •hy often jot i*n tt U 'or UMI rstnr dsr Co pxtiBn •p*o*i ISitUam* 1 ouant | ..-.! For I bk I KG *i|R J R. LAMBERT. Po*tV 'I master of Bart lea Ewaquibo, Mrs. Lambert, arrived yeamornfng In the RMS. l.ndy Aodnev for :t holiday and ..re staying with their relatives n Barbarees Hill Mr Lambert who Is on long leave, expects to remain here for .ibout three months. This is his ssssrss JAM4ST St I .Aqurlax c*Mt ,„. ss^a tssri^rjsMJs? He has also travelled on luxury liners between New York and Bermuda prior to Joining T.C.A. In Bermuda six months ago. Mrs. Spencer before she was married, was a Beautician. Jumbi** Sale •T>HE Committee of the Dorca X League will hold a Jumble Hotel. Mrs. Townscnd who usually lo-inghi travels bv steamship regretted Mr. Hobson. a retired manager thai the "I^idy" boats will no Bank Antigua, la a longer he coming to these part* Liiic iiowcn or thus forcing her and many to travel hv air. nr.(-rMi*r.K iu I AH I *t ;i tubburnt**s* Mahr ll li'PDy day oi Ho Spooner's Hill to raise funds meet the expenses of the Annual !?., Christmas Treat for the Poor. The Committee would be grate ful to anyone who could assist with gifts of used damaged articles c. suitable for the purpose. Gifts would be received by Mr H. Ulackman at the Progressive League Friendly Society, Nelson Street or by Adjt. C. B. GoodlngEdghUl at the Dorcas League. Spooners Hill. Attended Rncea M RS. R. WIGLET, owner of the race horses Dynamite awd Colombus which took part In ifWetmt, rrtiirnerl'to'st ftllt" m n Thursday by B.W.I.A. While here, she wa the Holel Royal. Ltd., /*du *hort Savannah Cottage." Garrison Hank Official, Trinidad Back From St. Vincent V|R. and MRS. H 0 RAWH. W. W BRADSHAW of Sale to-day at four tfctock it the SL2 J S3J ^u ^ rMn J -l" Bradshaw and Evangelism Arm, H.ll, Boer Road. T J^ X ',"!, fa 'T'" L\SlZ l U,rnvfi ,rom Sl V awLn urn i.. _._ •—1..' *een i>y H.w.l.A. for a holiday tcrdav mctrnlng by nd are gueaU at Cairabonk Rodney after paying %  • _„_ vi-li fi> the colony. Mr Rawcllffe, a bank official of ihe Sao Fernando Branch of Barlothing, "toTsi '-'7* "* W *hat he and hia usedV/abrfc' bWfn ,lvln *f '" Trinidad fbr the past two years since they rame out from England On their J .y to Trinidad, they pasacd rough Barbados on the Gol/tlo arid spent a couple of hours .ishore. They liked it so much that P T '-,*. they nave now returned for a or CuH w *' holiday. SPENDING about two weeks' %  1—11 awi I "^ holiday as a guest at the Itn Thrvv yfontha Leave Marine Hotel is Mr. David Porterileld of Cfflracn who arrived on OSCAR DEANE of the Wodmaday night by B.W.I.A. via DetevUva UrMarh *>l th* TrlnTrlnldadl. %  dad Police Force, arrived on TueaMr. Porlerfleld who hn Just day by B.W.I.A. on three months' retiirnexl from n European tour a guetl at leave which he is spending with M with the Standard Oil Comlils mother in St. George. pany In Caracas. >•//< %  Representative M R. R. LEGGE. Sales ReprebentaUve of B.W.I.A. stationed In Trinidad, was an orrival fron thai colony on Wednesday by B.W.I.A, on a short M'L BY THE WAY B\ nh\i:iii:nMUi:u FAMl ideas, recently actresses, Appu operating sed 0/ being about eight .'//„. Suri/eun'n Arm* ~, nvv ..entlr tny irtUo 7 Ihrnlrr but II wa, h.rd-wntkln. and Krioui-mliidcd SSVSt i. % 'I^'t lo o to wicked rMaunnll to %  :"..movtd amoni Ihe -tori drink chnmpainc. Bnd.hn.mlum ai Ihougn about to Oho. I would like to know what l^"" !" an operation. "What will •hew glllterlnj baubles would lay ',""'""•.^' r ,.'"'" '' ^ photomaphi. In lh.Fren Ihowfi '''' %  ,: %  %  •'""" %  I<1 "ie Jtranner. I horn alppnuj rhrmlcal roltcr ip a walklnlt out haUlbr. tea-,hop. while the>' nibbled a '*. %  '•,! of living piece ot tout and read 'War and wjEorix who cannot underatand 5Z7A . f „C'"'" C "' '?, n T ihl .he coat ot llvin. Index pX'^me^^w.ur^ 0 ^^ ^o.^^'aiTSSiS! **""•""-" o. hi. hou-r Snuttn. flaylns one of he llS?e ^rlfrS? !" S. AUSS ""•!*""'' ?""' h d lv,n !' 5 l.aer. In -t.ptaln l-uptm*. ReL... J?. ?„ niSS "J l; t w now entitled to drive /.<• Hi hit hill ('.l.l. (or purpim ot .alculallou. h „, owor w BrUhton Can he use . !" ^ ... .,,. „,,, (n lltl1n () dovcta. Ihe retal price ..,., ^ar.nark In We*l-^rcct' And A tf > ^. -1??* **"*^ *"' !?* %  1 ^l Uf ' *r. yr*S.fi^ dS.nl. newly JonlleenWenUtlr of the beast and, whipping olT his brsukat, ncd Its tail to a tree-trunk on Ihe bank of the river When £ %  *" the hipix> had nibbled at the harry and pricked Its lower lip on the pin, It found that It was a piisoner. Helped by the Captain of the local Police Tug-of-War Mtm, Cosmo hauled It backwards up the bank to the strains of the Volga Boat Song. I i-liiriihir tiivarenest A MAN who used a motormower to cut an 18-foot grass reckoned neniKl.fr In order i> h „ ,,-iv n,d ^f krs ,.r ,n,r Mow clinic is to encourage the fairy t^u^Zlc^^aX^ tfeS^'ST** pin ThcneaW had "never been ^TOMORROW approached in this manner before. (TOMOKKOW uenteel .,nd wai so amazed that It loitered and dawdled, gawking at the bait. while Cosmo got round to the back spill i Ittoulrv l n *o th JchetM !•" pu'tinp employers of the Stationery Office into erening dreu.) ^Il-USMI M U O O J Ofg -t '-'** %  Mat *ssl*1raM*SSMi' aiTSln 3. ri-T-jigJ .•ruin p.*ii!lo>.* In hr.aH an* "Sae 1 OlIOSII 14 iNOTBMIUia SI •raf"i I --h i-'i-ieallits li*rn> iST •vrata. !•. m*' •urt>..ar. Vou ,a> ilii.mUutr l>ul anaX*SjgSJB l"Mnl'!ll aalr atdar H %  i tasai YOU BORN TO-DAY AMMpM %  *• ractaniUci. aomr tailirai. too StiWlClon c*n b* lot ood or bad. TOU lo ludsr l*rly You have a mi. nil. ,,r a *launch Irtma Don t Id oUtaia ."fr-mn SOU. Many eSorUM*. Iraxlcii. apaMkar*. wntara. lb SHfii. Bttthtfal* ol O^rsr fliol iM.iy Ann ftani Cowl. itnvallH. Oe iBoOe.!. GMaUnS. *r.t*r; t tHtlln ^tf?Sh llvf mansoSr out North could scarce:? visualise 10 surf 'inner* in a hand could uara tajun UM direct WackwooS for Aon. A ne i respona* J ffr U N orth^ h4t :o asStfice 'm'.flra O ^ofuta against an advert* nun* First White Woman Calls At Village Mis* Barbara Mullane, who has Bed from Nigeria on I'o her home in Neville Road, BogI 1 lor. has journeyed in parts of West %  where no white woman had \ I been before. I Miss Mullane is in the Colonial Service library development i scheme for the Western and Kastem region* of Nigeria and the Brrt1 ish Cameroon*. On her journeys by land and i water she is accompanied by her 1 African secretary, a native servant, j i her dog and a gun. "The gun." the said, "is for use 'In an emergency if I find myself confronted by a dangerous animal Once, when passing through a village deep in the bush, the rereived a tumultuous Welcome from the villagers, who, though used to their European District Officer, had never seen a white woman SaV it *" .... CHRISTMAS CAK&S AT nit: IIMOT irrv STATIO.XKHY sruat: LISTENING HOURS MBkSkS*. uovaaaawa, %  | —, T* Nen 4 i • in. T* Dn •l IS a in BBC Bane arm Rub> I^aua roajUaal Teh*iS<"rty t if Datnrlnf *•T.H .ta. •i* % %  Music isEM. m.nn Talking Point The nattonj trhich hewe Pit -nankind and posteriry n* 0* %  their debi hare been small nflMcms— firael. Athens, Florence. EWrnhethon, Enplaiui. —Dean Inge. The hooks that ererybodly adnur-i are (Jw-*e that nobody reads.—Analole Fraoce. I 4pm Scottuh Maaaima. • IS P m In Town To-nifhi • &f 5pm •*!•• .iirnl Up and Piusramn.* paiaflF 1 9 m Th Ne. T 10 p n He*n News am Britain til p* im.nd m. %  N.w. t pm Sport* n**MW, %  '*,"" is.,,,,. Nw*r*l. s ao p m Tho Buiaser of Bii-"S. I P' Th* Newi. 10 10 IMH Froan tne a*S.o*. I 19 p m J* I Dttot* Contln*-**. 10 "• P Vsriety rantara now TO-DAY lo TUESDAY • AM and 8.15 Double Attraction • ium --70DmY How About My Letters? Says Frances Day B> EPHKAIM ll Mint \ I I I Still another volume of Bernard Sbaws letters may soon be on the bookstalls. His love letters to Ellen Terry wt-re published in 194S, n year before he died. His letters to Mrs Pat Campbell are coming out next month Now Frances Day tells me she has a series of letters, some or which may be published In a book ,f Shaw's executors give their pet nisston. Slwiw once Wrote: "The flcklevcia of the women 1 love is .ml %  equalled by the infernal cotutane,/ %  / the women who lore ie." I doubt whether Miss Dny fell Into cither category. To judge m the letters she took .1 number of shrewd knocks from the Sige "You U'UI alu-oi/s tnteresl me a* a ipofted flCnius," he told her. On another occasion he wrote: 'You waul lo cmne down to flirt irlth me. When one is slid on elderly j/nufh of 70, romance is still possible with old men's darllnos ... but for an old skeleton of 90 fhep are unnatural, ahhorrcit aid unbearable. . ." And once he snapped: 'It's solitude / want, not solicitude. THHUS' LOVES! X SEKMTIDNS! The MAGIC hU i '^" iiriiit ISVN Rolr* Walrhr* LOUIS L. BA1XBT t. I O B I TODAY 3 L *30 p.m. and rontinulng UH. IN I III IHOS MASK HAYWAItl) MEDENA LOUIS PATRICIA l .1. -1 BrtUah Movietone -ZF.'E/STjrrSra Candlelight Supper Room CONTINENTAL CUISINE MUSIC by PANAMA Chez JEAN-PIERRE Ph. 4084 -:Haprtingd *" -. ..u.i..i> %  a sas ai fift I I I I I n 91 FLOWERED LINEN ;AYON CREPFS %  HOTTBD TAFFETA PtOWKRED CRErES IM KI.OWF.KKl) HEMI1ERCE SHEERS i** PLOWERED CREPtS 300. 4 1? A 520 RAND BASS lin all Colour.) 100 WHITE RAMP BAGS (for all occasion.) Also SHOES TO MATCH Also TOYS & SWEETS 174 to 12 IB T. R. EVANS (WHITFIELDS) YOUR Pkonr: SHOE STORE 42211 I I I I I B> Bite lovaly UirriU Ynunj — ivver aeipVet jroui daily %  atber f.i. U\ with frafrsnt I \m T-'ilei Snap. No girl -hould %  hannf with dainhness, thr moat important harm of ail. A Toflel Siap beauls hath make.in Bovi sn.vra TSAII JIM W.... \(l,l. .'. S;.. Vanfia TI'lkB WOMAN Ailala Mnra A %  TMAII. TO SAN AMTONE Otn. Aitliy Hi: i or. i i OWN mm n-vi.i Kl i >N ITNI JolWI UEAl. -orrcAsr oi BLACK MSA' -TAnnrTT Midnile Spetitil Tonlt*miMii mi roa nun Warran OOUOIJV.S US a> ii..I.OIBIN •Kl BARBAKfctS LaStlBBOW* T.-ilay i.. a W m. e.i i i i vi. Jack WARNER rda* Spaciail I 30 *.' -.-I INC.. it.. Wrip WILSON OUAHOMA HI.I lJiinniV W AK1B .Y Mldnlte Soeelal AUAH THE CMAHr" ooree.ni. crotwir. I.AV* OF HeHAI THEATRES COMIN' ROUND THE MOUNTAIN so a> a is I'K o Ooubi* Mi' Don levy SLAUGHTER TRAIL % %  • %  ""'ArlToff.D^"*'* Atli-ctimi Malph u< Hicluiid {iteii Ha>Cnrl<> in JUNGLE OF CHANG ,B. .MP.S DESERT HAWK aad Mil MM.It i %Mi-i : LOUISA "•^.%  fr 1 'filmed On T^ Spi MM rtna M ASfef •S* BEST OAI. and HKXKANA KM r night HH Hall ttl H* "1 WK i in i Wild*%  I p ,i IDOUBI* ei VIN-M IS \NII rur I.AD1 %  M rua Mldmlc Sp* ol TvvnkfM rSSBBBjlJl -.'. %  .1.. .v T aSMll atcK rai% -rrAl>lx>lt cV CdaUllo ,-, TIT* "(SO.. penlni FTida> IM %  AM.OX AND liri-ILAH HOUMlKlir AMD CAt'Tt ,rh* Aiid Hear LeRoy go lo town with "Monkey" on his Trumpet ClIEREE— Icetold CANADA DRV to Ihe Fir-I SMI Patron. (I) FREE to holder, ol Lucky Tirkets I CARTONS OF HEINEKEN BEER <*> AND I 41 I SI M lit* ON %  •VII llll KFITII SEA LEV — vorall. Ulllll ..i:\M BVROV ROLLOCK HOT CLARK FITa* IM i W.M.T. mm n\i.i. C\RI. BEST NEVII.I.E HVMMOMls SHINE BRtTHWAITt port; f.Ris.rr.i MARTTV IIAYNES n__"t;iri i,t M> Drrams" %  Sin "Sons of Sons-." "Laandri Booslr"' -I Won't Crr Any Morr' '•J-WtM-l" ••Mr. Sun" %  NOT" 'Tool Walfr" "Round Absmt 1B Hrar^n "Ma>hr lt' B^raoaf" Pit 15: ll.iii-,30: Balcani 40; Bos •• L>



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SATURDAY. VOTOfBFR H. Mi IURBADOS ADVOCATE PACK Tirerr $10,000,000 HOUSING SCHEME fe"; 10,000 New Units Expected In 2 Years (From Our Own Correspondent > KINGSTON, Jamaica, Nov. 12. Work has started on the 10,000.000 dollai (BVi cane houslnn programme in Jamaica, which aims at Iha production of 10.000 new housing units in two years to replace some of those destroyed in the Auuu.st. 1951. hurricane. The programme is financed bv a V grant and loan. Health Education r>** **n*ltiinbl swda *_ i %  %  R. C. A rch bish op Den ies Anglican Priest's Charges (f'rem Our Own Ccircspondrnt 1 Agricultural Adviser In Br. Honduras PORT-OF SPAIN. Nov. 14. His EXCELLENCY, the t Kr\ Count Finbar Kvan. Archbishop of I'orl <>i Spatr commenting this WCuk an .i circular issued last July b\ the Rev. Canon M. E. Theatre For Jamaica A ll'UKh turn ot pre-'ur.i.cted i.uilonir niitiuifar'urers hai recfwu vinpit^t an "pen sir theatre to Jtmau.. The order was fulA1M thres weaka, fiom the date ot mpt. The stage *.„ 21 (Ml high. 53 feat wide, and 40 feet deep, and :.!l the component* were packedpn •n,-truck The firm ertlmated that the erection of the theatre In Jamaica would take about a week Building*, of this type UM about ~^"*w in* daaa eLi_ i St Paul ^ Church. San Fernando. ?0 P <*nt 1CM steel than conven •• • .u HAHHI li IIUII.1. TK* I....I ih.i ik— the tlon early next year to arouae ... tereet in health education among the teachers and children of the Islands shoots. Flan* anbeing made for the holdlng uf health fe.tivals in every pariah, where a King and Queen of Health will be chosen tiieae festivals to terminate n a grand all-island festival to be held in Kingston on the World Health Day-April T, At each festival there will I*. health demonstrations of all types-, organised by the Bureau of Health Education. Fair Of The Year A Fair, planned to take place at the University College of the West Indies. Mona. on December 30, has been described by its promoters as the "fair of the year." It will be held with %  Caribbean spirit and atmosphere and one of It! highlights will be a beauty contest to crown the Carnival's "Miss Caribbean." The fan i* being hald to raise money for the erection of a Temple for the new University (Masonic) Lodge. As the Lodge is made up of members from all over the Caribbean, It la expected that In addition to students at the University, people from other islands will attend and give thtlr support. Jamaica Win Prize The Jamaica Orchid Society hal won a prize at the Fifth International Orchid Show, sponsored by the International Capital Orchid Society in Washington. DC, on October 25 and 26. Jgmaica gained second place In Class 10—claaa for cut B rara —and earned the congratulation of the Secretary of the International Society The Jamaican orchids arrived at the show In very good condition, flown up by Pah American Airways. W.I. Regiment Consideration is now being E ven bv the Governments of the ritlsh West Indies to the revival of the British West India Regiment on lines where It will be eventually officered by West Indians themselves. Announcing this at the third annual meeting of the Jamaica Legion on Saturday. Brigadier Coaby Jackson, Commander of the Carlbbet.ii Area, said he envisaged reformation of the regiment in a manner that would perpetuate the traditions of the original. The Commander said that it was largely a matter of finance, and assuming Iha'. the British Treasury would make up the balance of what the local Government* would put up, It would still be a very large expenditure. Plan for the re-establishment of the regiment, according to the Brigadier Include, two battalion a, orovislon of married quartera fr the men. md eventual leadership by West Indian* previouslv trained In England and who had obtained the Queen's Commission. "We are caretakers here until the young men of the waet India* are trained and get experience to take over." Brigadier Jackson said, "and in due course a> On Pace S. :ateme>'t in it a* " %  unwarranted lie" h.i was speaking at Th progiamn e for the n' i speech day function t the Mon yepi ncludaa \ the United Kingdom, with Australia third Exports The value "f exporttember amounted to $469,873. much less than half the value of the imports for the same period last year. The countries of .lest mat Ion in order of value are Jamaica, USA. Barbados and the Urm. uom The chief juticles of export were pine, lumber, mahoganv. bananas and lobsters Logging Ops-mlton* Generally speaking there haa been very little logging during the last month owing to the wet state of the country. The logging season, on the whole, however. was good. The demand for pine lumber, both rough and dressed, continues. Road* Owing to rain, vary little work could be done on roads The Stann Crc. haa been gravelled and bridged to 21 miles nd colassed for 13 miles The total length of the road is estimated to be 34 miles. It would appear that this road will take about two years longer to make than was aattnated Colony's Birthday The Colony's IMrd Official Birthday was eelebrated throughout the Colony with the usual enthusiastic expraaaloni Of loyalty to the Crown and the Kmpire. The programme included the selection gnd crowning of a Queen of the Bay, Treat for thousands of school children. Athletic Sports, Competition of Decorated Floats and Bicycles, l.Ueritry and Siimmi! Competitions, and Dancing Governor Mr. Patrick Muir Renlson. who was appointed to succeed Ills Excellency Sir Ronald Herbert Gorvcy, K CM O, a* i; of the Colony, arrived In Belire on Monday. 10th October, His Excellency took the Qen Office that afternoon In the presence of representatives of evei > walk of life in the communm. H was presented with Addrei os of Welcome on behalf of the Legulatlvr Council and the Betlxe ' %  Council respectively to both of g. On Pate 8. S OVXaV ri ..-. %  Ities at the Caribbean ig Collaa. Tiinidad: furrvetopsBanl o( the two medkind ever carried out m'^'Briti'sh peering ItKhaded the Hon. Roy 'ch ixilonlal territory, now being unJweph. Minister rt Education and qu Honduras, was Sodi! Services, was quaneliing Ti described to an Adrorate reporter Wl,il %  ^tatemen' arbtch said that the in an Interview with Mr A. deK. Roman Catholics openly press for ca: Frampton. Agricultural Adviser to s %  condition of enti n • the Comptroller for De\'elopmrn! %  *hatf secondary schools. He Bn I W< i 1 ore, who haa n-cently re**'*' l w -imply and plainlv turneit from a visit to the cOaQBa adad !. %  ITH The survey team, headed by Mr. Th > head of the Unman CattoUl %  I Charles Wright ;i New Zealan:. Uta ColatW said it was U1 Is using d the circular devetowMpi a na mim# to his neUee In the circuPrivileges Hill pruvement. The Corozal area, in liir "is Grace said, "Canon K.ui> of the Cokmy's most coowhich Uic survey is taking place QSlhai allows himself to say that MCAJP** 1 ,Mn tn '^eent times— adjoint the Mexican border, and ,n '' ,, "* rt for IT1 Anglican seconthe^Privileges Bill -which was Its seal types arc almost vaclK darv school ha B always been preaeiittd to the Legislative Counslnular to UVwe of Barbados: sugar acute." ell for second reading this morniii. innenpples, citrus and Canon Parquhar s circular conUR by the Hon. C. T W E rell. Acting Attorney General, iltted to a Select O lional buildings. The fact that thay can be broken down for packing fiords a considerable saving in transport costs. The makers of the Jamaica thcitre are shortly moving into a new factory, pre-fabricated from ,.._ ihelr own material* b> their own ..... in Tor -nf-Spam. a new nicthods. at t dune in QlUISatu"" —London Press Seveice. "egouauonsa.. bejjjjj H %  |§ M p | .i with .i iieu to, a— lashing a medical unit in R >dos snd a vecotiil.oschool :;;;; %  I SAHELY'S Picture you in of Barbados: sugar acute nrn. pinenpples, citrus and Can other fruit, and black-eye peaa are ""in Baaidc the fact that there, and the area la also Romai CathoUca opanb preaa foi G tile raising. The land use survey was financed by a Development and Welfare. grant. New Areas Mr. Frampton toured British Honduras for a week, accompanied by the Director of Agrli. i for some of the time by the Development Commissioner He visited the new arejs opened up by the Roaring Creek-Middleavx road, which now run* for 25 miles through pun forest oeugtrj towards tin PH.. I'ulgc. A Jamaican company h:is started j, citrus plantation at about Mile 15. A further nine miles will open up addition.i; up with Iha S -.-Middlesex r o.i.Mr. Fr.unptoii saw the cotloi experimental plots laid down by the Cotton Officer of the I>evclopment and Welfare Organization under %  %  menl and Welfare scheme, h and also visited an area newly ", a ,ZL", cleared to test varieties of sugar *' *V7. %  % %  ,i ..'.lulilion of admit'ec of the House ican t. their schools, and the T' • Wai don, at the request [erCana urge the priority o[ Mi Worn II who said thnt I y t iBaaai Ukeb Anflkai erU %  Ursatlao agauurt it. children are left with little prosIn presenting it for second readpect of secondary education. Ing, Mr. Worrell said ther>> was H, Oral 1X1 entad It nothing in it 'hat the House could speaks volumes for either a deepconsider derogatory It seemed (iceom,,..,,,-,1 irenotn and sntagoniam to him thst the only aspect of it agB 1 nat the Roman Catholir with which the public was against Church, of it <-ks lo ieitrov the was the portion which dealt with Ihat this secret clrcutar the admittance of persons to -houlil have bean s>irpressed since .ittend the debate* of the House .Inly until now and only accidentMi Worrell made It clear that ally has come l public notice. there was no right to enter the In th,view of the Archbishop. Legislature and he added. "A con%  bj statement had been siderable amount of objection !< %  wo courses were the Rill Is founded on lack of open to the Roman Catholic* He knowledge wv nay pas* ever tnu Vbe mil which deflfsea the powht.itemo.! v 11 h the contempt • snd Immunluea of le0ilalnri %  Lay pubH Mt Bat .ik logic bate, ha will know that any universal %  Ufa cane In the Stann Creek area he was particularly Interested in citrus development, in the revival under a D & W. scheme of an agricultural station which had been closed down and In the establishment there of a dairv herd, and In a visit to the Colonial Deparents of one single boy velopment Corporation's large who will say that they wei loses Its validity if the contrary Is brought forward. Then his Grace threw down a BE anyone lie I challenge Canon nrquhar or anyone atae to produce a single boy or girl or the r girl pressbanana project at AHA Vista. CltDd to be converted before they run planting has gone ahead vary were admitted into the halls of rapidly in the Stann Creek area. Presentation College and St. Joaand the Cltnm Company hat a eph'a Convent." large packing shod and proceaatng \ ew Chlel Magistrate fnrtorv for citrus Juice, etc. Large Trinidad ha* a new Chief Magquantities of oranges are being |*trate He is Mr Beaumont planted all over the area. Leetaln, who racceedl Mr. In the same district Mr. FrampFabian J. Camacho, who left the tan saw the successful work mi ih Colnv. lasi M > lo i H a Judge in aiiinclnl regeneratlo!i of CartbBiirisli (i... peimmcril bean pine" Thla work Is to be n efTecliv.from October 1. E eatlyextended as the result of a Mr (ei^uii,,, 5. had been actL W. grant, and should result ln ^, Ul np |J((sl „ nce ^g, c ,_ In substantial exports of pine to maci,,,-, departute He Is the Hurt the Caribbean countries. holder of the post since the Maf sVisited Ciiyn Uistrlrt traey was separated trom Ihe Mr. Frampton visited Cayo dlaJudi.iaiy at the request of ine trlct and the Agricultural Depaxl i at B Oovernm'iit menfe Central Farm at Baking Pot. Houai rliar '' %  ! Where the new pasture work ItM BanM breeding programme arc *MMI aaja %  n u,„i..„, now taking .hape A visit was also ,. l ^r^, h S 1 ^" A \?"S e ; paid to the Coonial Development "'f gSJ"^?" >ventl ; i troruoratloii's Ramie nbrc estate at M, ^ ar !" !" U,,Um whJch to Bart. PaaslnK through Jamaica on his way to British Honduras, Mr. Frampton had discussions with the Director of Agriculture and the Sugar Agronomist of the Development and Welfare Organization. with special referencf to the organization of experimental and extensioa field work for the recent!* *j OrrTage 6 i has voted 1 .i $000,000 Budget foi 1053. It is the largest Budget of any yar onunation Although .i good ictitioi. of the money is receivIha 11: %  I ire is c(inttlbi"'


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1 LCI 1 ul R BARBADOS ADVOCATE surunw NOVl MBIR UN BARBADOS £& AD\f>CATE r..y.„i—=5i r ---.• /****•* .. lk> *..... r. Lie. Mr... ... rM|fW>> S.lwJ.y. November 12, 1H2 MH MIIIS : amme of .social Justice, lull employment and the only be provided if human enterprise t.s free to < ilenti foe I Mr;, t PlOt i %  i! is an dee What I %  icploitetkm I eel appliwithout plotutlon would DOI fa. Ible Bui exploitation >r turnim; to account is only another way ol ileeci iMng producti would now Luctivtt) todaJ justice and full employment must remain a i^ciahst principles today is that tin % behind the advanced thinkers of Iheii Own movement. In Barbados tor example adbet UU trying to appi and ideas which were appUcable to U* oondlttona i la nartortaa and underrround at the peak period of the horror.-, of fllfl Industrial n volution, to an island where quite other condilioni have prevailed. The lagacy of ilaverj which waa Intro duced into this island by BogUfh U in Liverpool. Bristol and London U blamed by local socialists on some classes of local society instead of being attributed to the lack of social conscience prevail i.' in England at Iho tune when that country Bnt came to be recognised as the work%  hnp "f the world. No doubt more could have been dOOO in the past to bridge the gap between local men of property BOd former slaves and no doubt much more remains to be done in this direction but Co expect Barbadians to have shown the qualities of St Francis when they w*r> influenced by the nighty materialist ie English world that hammered and ahapSKl the island's (levilopnun! is illo K ical. But neither the eXQMalve elaims of socialists nor the traditional caution of COT • tives ought to blind anyone today U> th* facts of the economic situation which threatens tu upset the plans of the socialists under whose general political Influence Barbados has been developing in recent years. Tlic socialist adminislration of Barbados has coincided with a |>osl-war boom tr. t*e pttcm KMtl for tintaland'a primary produce, with tiie expssurion c.f the tourist industry and with the attraction of new capital to Barbados There-has h;''i steady though -mall emigration to the United States and Canada and considerable annual temporary employment In the United States. In Barbados too there has been much employment in the building industry. During this period there have been frequent rises in the remuneration paid to workers in almost all Melds of employment. Much has been achieved and conservatives have as much reason as socialists to welcome the increase in prosperitv which hai resulted. Unfortunately the maintenance of prosperity cannot be E uarantocd by any political party in Barados, (although no party wants to mention this truism). The prosperitv of Barbados is intimately linked with the i : parity of the United Kingdom and the prosperity of the United Kingdom will be this month a matter of heart-burning concern to nil the Prime Ministers of the Commonwealth. Barbados could not have been damaged by Socialism to anything remotely approaching the extent that England has been damaged. The British people under Socialism hsve been in the impossible situation of "a man selling luxuries I bu necessities". Britain's ( ornjnonwealth Colonial and European policies) are still aimed at keeping Britain's marke ts. Without markets the British standards of living must suffer a catastrophic decline. lh position of Barbados in that event would be serious. No one who has studied an atlas of the world could suppose that Barbados could ever become country, running its own monetary system an-i i sailing freely whore it !. For goorl a II B | .l.pend on country far it* banking and other services and there ix no reason whv that •t> should be other than the United Kingdom. At lbs HnU timr it would be bettl I spoke* men fo, Brit I rl 00 Bad IB OtlMl Went Indi.r of tb Wsst [ndiet %  Impression wl rti foi Britain*! :r..-that Great BriUim *• %  belruj too Renerous and the H rM jM^ol.' nf Indies arc far more like !> to W aympathi-t towaftbl the needs of Esrttsh manufacturers to IX) ind ill other colonial % %  .,.-• %  imltl i thin more sympatheU tni bnsffH i In in nsnehals U BriUSb BDd other tr.uiuiK areas. ol the v. no'. balance %  -. %  %  amal r. But 11 will help wl our own depends. The wl w %  Anni w to net It wit hi. bu] Lrui more will reqnlni lorn the < At 79, /.ore/ Simon stands unchallenged OS THE GREATEST LAWYER OF OUR AGE by Montgomery Hyde, MP he now the 10*0 HMON TO-IMY In Russian. ..hich college tands without dhauanaa carson, who hated any ease with Senior Fellow. greatest lawyer in the bulky correspondence, and anyIn hl first year as ft bsrrliter lv m the Englishhow had Intl.i DC knowledge he made 27 guineas But h rranavofhsi of foreign lantTjagc*. was in practice grew rapidly. Bta < 4 „ knowledge and learning I* tmdespnir until he i I kmly .emeini,rrn he left the Temple for gocd mense. Hut memory % %  prodigious, be red that a young man not long 31 years later he wiu said to bo I recently heard him Apeak for down from Oxford named John earning more than £30,000 a lhan in hour, without a Simon hjd written kit opinion for year II' took %  eemmglv infinite tS3SersBBcea him on another mailer of interpains over the pre] ir.ilion of hi* Ourtl and n Parliament, national I. .A H, dssd Ml llmcn caass Vet to the onlooker his A '' ''i 81 Uttnaly agreed liBliaa.lllBa.il as in court appeared ,nd th;.t was to i-h.. k 11, I, U " Ihv sl ' ->l or.end. and the It is the same with his perin< Solicit..i Gem-ul. verdict pops out at the other." (rmsnces In ,he ( ,^ u f, t "' tf^s It was o tremendous stroke of 'Tunuss..' Gibe rS H JH lurk ,,n "' %  o* 0 1 w * **>"*"* I" politicsTJrd Simon I'rlvy Council There his )udg, u w longp vxlKllslVfi „ ld of ms , variably %  imixtur, ((Ilrili | mporlnnrr As lt turnM £„ JO mng Ml Ramsay Msc•' policed urbanity and enudi„ (1 ,,„. younj[ unln €tnintt i (hc j> „|d* F Nation-I government h. vas barely 30) rendered the was bitterly assailed as a turngreatest assistance in the case and coat by hl former Liberal coln to himleagues. It was of him thai Uoyd industry and George remarked that "the High' 11 the the Comi Prune ,„.-. % %  %  1 necessary %  i %  %  % %  W ible profits. kau ion. I-ast month he presided over most compHcated appeal to the ;,,| raeted „.. irivy COUneU involving the OWO, en lnroU gh trahteof n r l of r f^'fSr_ h i knowledge Hon gentleman has sal so long Hongkong, which were ciaimeei From lhal m „m P nt Sim.in upon the fence that the Iron has by the ( hinese Peoples W*fbp rosp cred. Hie d •• entered into his soul His tenure h r *ESL7[ !" ^u.v ot Common in IB06 as t-.bersl of the Foreign Office was associ^' rt ^ .w ££ JEZZSSSZ "'"'>' %  tot Wjl hsjnstow. Two nlctf W [ih the disastrous policy of te the whole preccemng^ ^^ j.,,,., tu ((U w the ShIk jppmitrmen|> Bul lt mht uU ^ red l.impression K (Wn lf KC n I9 ,, t al ,, K rwnembered Iha , hil ^y com f knowing more about the suoage of 37> nc became the ycungest manded the support of the leadtct ot tie lawsuit than nnyornSolicitor-Genera) in modern limes. C rs of all the political parties In else living. Tw „ VP;| B ^it.rwards he was England at the lime. Probably „_ v •. promoted to be Attorneyhis most effective political inler.l Years nn iw.r. General. Then, en the formation vent ion took place during Ihe For 39 years he was a member of ht FlIsl cnliuon GovernGeneral Strike in 1926, when an f Parliament. 19 of them as ment by Mr Asquith in 1915. uupoken speech which he deMUllSter For the pn" l>';t' lhe Prune Minister offered him hvcred h..d much to do with the he has been a Law Ixtrri Yet |ftr u/ llo i)m r k But the prospect ending of the stoppage, ihere is none of the pomposity vt leaving the House of Com|>.rd Simon is at heart l„if him which people somemons nnd ^^nng Lo rd C hanfriendly man, though he himself hmes expeel Irom legal pundits cfUur a thc ag of 42 did noS would probably admit UtM he >nd < Ider slatesmen. He i* aptfoai to him, nnd he turned .1 lucks whal is known as "the -iraightforward and direct of ^ owll i„ s tcad he went lo he common touch." P*eCB Home Ofllce. a job which left Few of his m.my acquaintanOs ,,( Mm trtl ret %  lo the Bar 1 end friends call him by his rlrsl hen h" srlgfeed. Twenty-five name; he gives !he impression years later Asqudh's offer was thai he is desper;.iely anxious pealed by Mi NavlUa Chamthat ihey should do so. Possibly Lerlain This time he accepted his u-ndiu\ t. reserve became ingrained after John Alls'-broolt Simon. no thtdeath I t his first wife, during t Simon, was b rn in i,i s early years at the Bar. and Manchester, whue his father a long time was to elapse before was J Corgrei;-'' I"' again found domestic concord The impression ha* persisted ( r „ happy second marriage. %  LS of Jewish oiigin This ^^ is not so. For many years he did t.r. ;il Trials ier ;ir. two UllngS needed for IK ce*s al lh.English Bar. The l( good "lerk and the second Is a good digestion He id h"th. and the combinalion ruMsd him to work hour after hour at u pressure under which DUSSr men would hav broken down TO %  considerable extent he nodelled hii Itjls of advocacy on ( the laic Lord Carson, who ved In g r,nn J.V ?'* h .. lo 1 l n 1 not trouble lo correct It, belieyNowadays he lp) denial hih leisure time at his com alicious house, near Tadworlh. In Surrey. 1 in getting straight lo the ftot lroublc ^ correct 11, believNowadays he sperms n.arly all olnt of a case withi Like Carson, too, realised at the outset of his legal "££{' ,n to gome sympathy with reading, writing and gardening. %  red ihat In cross-examining, a ant ,^ m n, sm _a :i attitude.to Karl.er this year h. Illl *'lt.V 111!."" might be dWorted by %  Unas? in court the first quesli of supreme importance .nusl go to the root of the which the barrister wishes jo Mabhsh, whether this happens i, bfi-a question of fact or li -• nmlgned to show lhe lj M billly of Ihe m n or wo vin* evidence la the witness•>X. It wns Canon who. m ihe ^ II qUOt. itter "C2 published hkh 1 volume of memoirs, bul he has un-BagUtfa and which had lillle to say m them about 1 heartily condemn." his experiences at the Bar. PerThe Kuntour haps this is because the advocate II,. cventua.ly did so after he i> ineUned u< lose mteresl in a became Toretgi. Sec-etary In 11. case lhe moment It is hnished. when it was represent! to him Yet Ixird Stmon has been thai the fJ.lse rumour JS to his briefed in many celebrated trials. antecedents was Injurious to They include the nrsi German British policy %  broad Hfcl fthfpy trial in the 19M-I8 people hail come from PernItussHl Divine "A" case, m reinnu !" n i^ivuice. lhe Mr !903. got Simon his Hist big tri.t k ^ h lu „„,„. Sm , n the Bath Club case, lhe Portu^.^.deSw^ nam^isKue^e banknote swindle. the eT^a sW | ffi c; m aM ,,r ' Gcatfind liorSeV rs ^ron ^TirlLT^i W 5 hn Siinon ,.ew uo .. ar %  iovcrnment lth the United youthful prod gy sESmj*. Am-rka. f***feSSJ ... t of dispute was the bounCollege. Ic went to a Interest and importance hool. Felles Nexl week 1 shall describe here he won lhe top some of his lesser known trials %  n Canada aiuTTho entrance scholarship and carried n the Ever*, Stsssetard. 1 shall ,f %  Alaska. 00 all the school pruMS, ending begin on Monday with %  sensa\nierican tciriloiy volv.-d including old distinctions at Wadham College U5J ;;: .„,.,..„.!., Oxford, and later at All Souls, of urdcr charge, WOBLU COPYHICHT RESSItVKU lloriois Who Can Give* A Sick Man A New Mind •.ilhImiir the modern surgeon's knife s man's whole personality may be transformed. • and from that transformation spring lhe grave moral and legal problems raised in this report— By Chapman Pincher Some arc more irresponsible and quarrelsome; others completely apathetic. Too Optimistic Reports SURGEONS claim thai In the great majority of case* the Improvement in outlook and be~ haviour far outweighs the harm. They point to university professors, teachers and nurses who have been able to resume work after years of distressing Illness. But some doctors who hav followed up patients for several year-after the operation believe that the published case-reports operation. But the ..surgeon s re often too optimistic. —lalhraa Give Consent <'"' extremely difficult In The patient may believe he is If^a patient Is too ill to realise early cases of mental disorder. happier oul orU n he is so ihe fuClilicatims Of the operaA brain operation may give upMhttiv 1)nd ,| lv ,|e that he lives •on relaTives give their consent Jhe patient I happier life or at n a pocial varuum ., k ,„ if there are no relatives I?" prevent further detenoraTh e operatior, about which ,0-1,1., t.ko lhe decision. ion BuI on, ' has bec t**,' the doctors are most concerned ManJbe" of the Medico-Legal formed the patient can never bo b M|1H lei .cotomy-a severing Sucetv were particularly disturbcompletely normal again. ( r eertaln brain ilh-.'s — which i, I to he a i an allegation that drasPersonality Changes Dr. Donald W. Winnicolt has lie treatments are occasionally OPERATIONS A this kind called "lhe worst honest error [performed " mental patients :pare being pertprrdgd for high in the history of medical irsriUy to expedite divorce blood pressure, eczema, asthma, practice." teUoOS. snd other complaints which are Variations on -t Involving the Before a divorce action can be believed to have nervous causes, removal of eon>i]erable parts ol cianled on grounds of Insanity They are even being tried for the brain are %  .w being tried. Would Surgeon Be Blamed Mom than 10,000 people in Iritaln have been submitted to mm operations which have pern.inently altered their personalii,es — In some respects for the i arse. Manv people are so concerned ibout the rnfMi • nd wrongs of these operations that doclors, lawyers, and judges of the \ledlco-Legal Soviet* have met m London to discuss them. The controversy is inlensi:'ed by the fact that some Of Ineae perallons are performed >ut the patients' consent. They the doctor in charge of the the relief of pain. Some mental pOtaBBt most state that no known hospitals have been accused of • likely to bring about carrying them out mainly lo a cure has been withheld. Dr. ease the burden of nursing .1 11. S. Lewis, a leading psydifficult patients. chlatrist alleged. A limit one-third of the 10.000 "I know of at least one or two v.-ho have undergone the brain ,n physical surgery feel so much better that treatments without prolonged they have IHH-II sent home benefit because it was known that om i gtvores action srai pending.' ho i__. The doubts expreased at tni* mcellng. and published in medical reports, make it clear that the doctor is BOW faced with a new and most difficult dilemma: — fi if morally rlohf for a surgeon to mulftlofe a pnHenf'i MORAL urolilems raised these operations are so pressing that judges and lawyers have begun to discuss their legal implications. What would happen If a person who ha. undergone leucotomy commits a murder" Would the fact be recognised as a %  Some experts consider it positbn thai the surgeon responslmproved but have lo slay in ^fJ?^'*! ,0 L l "!, n /^operation %  ain riii as A ,n, lt n, e Judged to bear some case* they have been able lo resume work, though not so ;. as before their brains were damaged. A further third are slight!: t are unchanged or worse. From the medical viewpoint Almoif all the parlrnts suiTcred there Is no doubt that these in (FI |he hope of feductna tome adeerse chanprs of peroperations are sometimes sucwienfal fenskm, if he knows that ."onaliry. tessful and otten expedient. %  ion irill pcrmanentlv Their reasoning, ability, nowBut so many are being perrhanor thv person's chararler? ei> of concent ration, and sense formed that the doctors now Dflernma hardly exists in of judgment are diminished, feel they must ask themselves cases where a life of hopeless They have less drive and are "Are these operations right""' insanity is the alternative to an less ambitious. %  London faprew Service Our Header* Say: 7ftYina** and O. S. Coppin and the Editorial Staff of the %  Barbados Ad< Recital Presentation at ComberThe British Council. Mr. Charles mere Hall. Bridgetown. Barbados Reeve*. Mr John Beckles Mrs TM. IJ,C Utter, The Advocate. 0O September 10. 193?. the sueOlga Simmons, and my Public sm Ku llv permit mc cess i: won. who have dtnetl] and indirect I \ brSDUted by means of support• %  x press my sincere Sir Allan and Lady Collrmore. \ Vlli once again I beg to say "A to the under mentioned S i Lady Seel. Mr. big .hank you". public spU-ited individuals who '-'raid Hudson AHt'M. Hon. have in another V C. Gate. Mr II A Tudor. Yours faithfully assisted In making my Song Major Noot, Urn Brome, JOBS TILL NOBODY'S DIARY Monday — Am much intrigued by the sign under a Bridgetown tree "We dress ladles also." • • Tuesday — I have got so accustomed driving through the counliysideto seeing jolly little girls and boys strolling along in the altogether that my eyelids never flicker. They look so young and innocent. But thc man I saw leaping into the sea unclad in the presence of a woman on a Leeward's beach was neither young nor innocent. I grow weary of being the all but lone voice crying for clean I.--aches but it's too much when to ail the refuse cut glass old shoes and unmentionables must be added cavorting nudes Does nobody care? • • Wednesday We nil know the types who get up and tell us they are only going to say a few words and sit down again. You have to fall asleep before they will dry up. But there are people who mean what they say. One ol them died not long ago in South Africa. He was Chief Jeremiah Moshesh ol the royal Ramkotele clan. During a long and heated debate on a political question in the Bunga (thc local talking-shop or General Assembly) he got up and said "My speech will be short. God Save the King". He then sat down. I have lis tened for hours to politicians who drooled on and on and on and when they did sit down had said nothing so good as the late Chief Jeremiah. • • • L Thursday — 1 can (.till remember the shocked voice of the lady visitor from North America as she read aloud at the Museum under the portrait of a Barbadian of long ago "eighteen children". It's strange how people's views change. I remember a life insurance official looking at me as if I had just dropped from Mars when I informed him in reply to a questionnaire that I was one of a family uf eight. This was in London of course. Here in Barbados we are still old-fashioned enough to count children as blessings, even though we call them little horrors. Still eighteen is rather lot. what? Friday — I like the views of the Seed Trade on emigration. The President of th Seed Trade at Leamington (the plact named after our SPA ?) was saying thai there would be serious problems Canada if something were not done tc stop the drift from the country to the town. So what? "Send out not individuals but families and if possible streets and whole villages. It is essentia that there should be communities o: people who know and trust each othet and who can live together making their own amusements in the great loneI> wastes." I like that, don't you? all except the bit about the great lonely wastes. Re minds me of Esquimaux, and ice-huts Brrh ! Which reminds me people wen complaining of being too cold last week Any volunteers for the great lonelj wastes? • * Saturday — People seem to want tropical dress less than they want most thing: but a good lead from the top woulc' make them think. Personally I never thought the Duke of Gloucester looked any less Royal in shorts and open shirts than he does in the typical English dress which Barbadians affect. But shorts and shirts should be combined with earl> hours. The only reason why peopli cannot get to their office desks by 7.3C is that they are too lazy to make thc effort. They get up aarly enough. And they have far more time to get dressed washed and breakfasted than the English worker who has to rush to catch his train. Down in Surinam they get to theii offices by 7.30 and from what I hear they look fitter and feel much happier And what goes for the workers seem; good enough for the schools. I don'i know what goes on at Codrington toda\ but the lecture hours up there BJtd b be 7.30—8.30 and 10 to 1. There is only one reason why school' could not open here from 8 to 1 And that is the unwillingness of anybody tr make the effort. But if these were nnrmal school hours, most of our education al troubles would disappear because there would be no need of new build ings, only shifts. Don't blame me if you think thesi* ideas foolish. Blame your own stupidity. Barbados is the only hot country in the world in which 1 have lived It which people work such foolish hour? and wear such unsuitable clothes There now. go in your corner and have a good cry. PS. I got a nice new flap-out shirt for my birthday. MHARiES!! tUAMBBStt AT THE aawecATE STATIOXKRY CONGOLEUM la ROLLS 6 Feet and 9 Feel Wide OVf TO YOl'K LENGTH MATS d t v %  • I i ..ml % %  Ft \ 7' a Ft — ALSO — FIBRE MATS ri \ i s AND in ' n: \ i I I > In 4 Siiea and OIL CLOTH at WILKINSON ii xi M %  CO., LTD. Successors To C. S. PITCHER & CO. Phone MlSt 4S1 HKhUllll STORES ZJ~CLvorite5 For all around, 'round-the-clock service! %h DaCo3tu's have the pick of the footwear crop—the styles that lead lor smartness, service, comfort! 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Ml i:i>\\ MIS i HBI I; BARBADOS si i\ ocATE rsi.i i HI Mason Attempted To Blow Up House Acting Chief Justice Postpones Sentence WORK /A FLORIDA Leave, Far fhiro FIREMAN FLAlfc HUM: o\ II WHS % %  *Y HKS I.. i. ACTING CHIEF JUSTICE. MR .1 W. B CHENERY yeutarda) postponed sentence on : old Win, i: Kincl i Sands. Christ Church, when ury found him guilty after len minute;,' dtUb IttcmptllUJ U> blow up a dan to i .GlUta* Village, St The Pi %  %  %  %  Mi r l tot Altorat) in %  Cou %  I: M A l After the Pros%  %  llcation was BH Mr. Field Mid thl evidence wtakfa would Iwd JUIS iii the conclusion that Kit was guilty. Hi* Lordship ruled Bfl should go to the Jury. Ml Vuii.ui.el Carm.ch.iH. Qovs: ll it, said that Sgt. 1 mded him 0 i August m <0m Grass Field Burns At Santly Lane Held i : ... envelope contain, !" a porwuted for the rsdance. This conOf spent fuse every respect fuse used for Igniting dvnamite. Cr*-evasntaed bv Mr Hi* I thl Km. v.wh, •,. to thtlt In tta left background, Brew*pi. started whtn a red-hot tmeltuu. poi st S-i.-iv Lane rt tin i patch of sounift-K told the Police Magistrate that he Bands. At about midnight durme had seen the time ba a clock in "" bilcrn --...: %  tM lei the dance the shop, but It was in truth a f '>r home. He and a man called J*" hot on .' 1 watch. The bicycle Kinch ha.I i l "' m '"] *"'h iv Buik .,. *, hen Wurhed th* grow, sendlighl burninj He itopgawt and n J^ U P ; n>a *' S*i.dj I-tne % Tllllldajl mnrning n a red hot gmeMae containei K used by a gang of workmen •elenhonr .able, touches area* and set it on lire 1 detachment of the am Fire ilrigade rushed % %  ie *eene and put out the lire •ould spread over any I e area. %  %  Prem the 350-gallon .ittarhed to the Wall •J gallon* 17 minuteTne ei.iting this pump i r. m ihe truck's engine %  %  %  .' %  .... lelcphone one carrying M II th.it link Brtdffr%  t Jaanas -.wtu ItWBgmB* had hmstwd •meltina the i i about 10 pull the up to the platform on adtlcfi Ihej gam woikln amlned had Iwn Id hove been exploded i •.fore. I.iwd Near Websters I i :nhiis Waterman said he ill Mr, lived near the WebEurine. He wag HI 11.30 p.m. on August S when he saw a man near ter*a home with a bicycle. Charles. Thompson of OUfcaa The man put down the May* BnM retting on %  chattel of KhUl vmage, vrftt die nr. witncs*. He :in d called out a name thai soundr 1 Khus grass while he drank water raid wu.1 Veman Kim h ha d been )**. Cecil. The man then we The distance from Irienaly with hi* detlghb Webster's house H H :. for more than two years. Uyed bv the house a shurt'whil On August 6. about 11.45 p.m. and when MM whe he was sitting al home when •>he had placed the bicycle he reheard an explosion under the cognised that the person w. house to the .. okedal Kmch beeau:-, sept Eight EH one he wanted to see who it was thai child lived at this house. had left the bloyeli on the ground ....,* rt ond ' %  I Kinch lappsd turn on his shoulder the Government Analvst when n C got up Iron, wnere he 0 nd < ; od. Wrong man!" Later that d-> hg L Kitten rl a er h ^ flf !" had bw He continued walking towards at the C.I.D. and churned bun reputed wife • I Ud '"' out ai,d inspected the damag -^w a barely with the oflence of attempting to ha went to Klnch burning and blow up a dwelling house. evidence for the lly after two explosions occur<*raM-examined by Mr. Husn. tt Cuun^l lor the |B|gsllimilMI ba i quick auccesbands he said that 'ei of th' neglona) L bour Board compii' nig >ir. it. N Jack, AfUng L Coogmaaiierier, Barbados, Mr •omon Horhov. labour Cotnin '. Trinidad Mi ft H i Labour Advwar Jamaica and M H. G. Macdonald. rhiel Officer .dtached i Ihi M Central Labour Orgam/ Washington. Mr. Catehpole told the Adv*%  thai the) wan tnake ^itisfactory ar.-angemeii | with regard to employmea* f HWI vortan ba rionda. Th. hoped that a large numtwho were completing then re 'racU in the north arottld l1 ll H ferred to emoloyment in |*lorl FOR XMAS I PRESENTS I [BUY SOAP—| iBUYTHEBOXfc 21 i • patriated to their y . It ^.ii(i "thai -in Friday t< Can addUioiuil .s'• %  ill U tei-ruited in the B] eluding Barbados. fr work mi Florida from January onward*. All arrangements tor U ter in "he workers frowi the north t. Plortda will be m of Mr. H. G. MacDonald. Chief Laaison Offieer m W*shington —t r. LOU1R L, BAYLKY It.11 inii Lane was sitting and was going outside. When he went out M called Wateiman. liported the matter to th "*' ich used to i*vc at the hou • red it the hoaatl Waterman had d ealle.1 fa sometime before the expl He had heard Klnch threi blow up the house, but h tal r tn 1 i' ,n \. f 0 v r ? U *' y 1 . ta hou^e below'the Webatera'". Re-examined ha aaM that Cast! l>r.eeu' Eurlne Webst, said sh. knew Ha had on two previou. occaThompson was sometimes .ion sion. n to a not Cecil ion •ailed out and a man called Kmrh Thompson eame out of a "Cecil. sions about a year before the exTom. bl -hould plosion seen Kinch going at the *. William Phillip* said that nil a) w atari" on August 7 he interviewed Kinch hours before going to St. James lowing up a hou m St. Jimes Kinch since 1849 and children far him. AlMit 11.45 p.m on August 6 bi srhOJI she was awakened by an exploThe night the explosion occurre %  child band! he said wher. he first saw Kinch. for Kinch in June .,n<\ %  tier he Kinch he vould not see the Web,,,..,„ , would not support tt. *n broogbt sters' h use. Thinwere other Klnch Al Silver Sands a case against him for it* support, houses nhnu' the Websters" house. The defenee fsaUtd two Wtt__^^_^_ "'' did II" notice the number of nesscs. The llrst Denmay Kurk •. the 1 said she lived al BUvet llenrd Fxnlmions "bo"* 30 feet from Kmch* home • .bhsh v.| lm .e, bui a wom.ui Uki Tom" not he identity of the man who had flurkr wno n d lo(d llu>|11 lh| lenlte,! the dynamite and tin* the Kmch Vlfiwd her home daily coui lraVS5 man !" * olh " •—*. Id> ilm. He would put it ltraight to inem lhat it Ihcy believed Watermai they would have to lind Kin. | guilty. What could have induce I witness like Waterman, i' Witnesses Ilinrred Ulld Diish ,,, ^f,,,. I( , hl ,,,.„ '•"" %  id give evidence against Ki ch? %  "tig mm In what had they against him" Th %  *•£ ,t, fence had allege, i %  they spoke as to how the -— %  'i\^i*Mii\i. Cecil Thompson. VilUige i I. propped wlien. as they said U i Erom a tap. The u %  %  %  of an explot i occurring about Kinch carruto her home about I2J8 BOUld oul, have lorry driver 7.3d p.m. on Auiru '• %  lUhg ol another exsaid his house her to peel cassava. He left there plosion. the Webster*', about 10.30 and went to his home. They could searecly think that August G when About 11.30 Klnch's reputed wife |f %  man %  iiundred ilosions. It wa* called her from her bed and told ,, tr ^ from where an eXPlO too her that Klnch was skk and had occurred, that that man wa* the "•*>.** %  ne were a v Villuge i. iu >. i I'M DM ajaaajaaa ha.i l inai Waieiman was a vill. 1; yar and on thai sirengui n.rd them not to take him agrl* U but the lait tn.u V.. 1 .eui t n i only said he %  Kmch gj the direction of the Mug the idea of the vil!ug< ^Apple Blossom (3 tu Box) ^Imperial Leather O to Box r Hyacinth (S to Box) den Blossom (3 lo Box '/By "Vardley" ender |oas (3 to Dux Lavandat %  oip (Pel %  | —9 to Boo 7Apnl Violets ^By "AUbMan[ Eap de Cologne (3 u) Box) ^English lavender (3 lo Box)', /By "tioya" iPink Mimosa (3 to Box) ^( %  ariiema (3 to Box) e Mimosa (3 to Box) (Tl'mk Lilac Ib.n.o IM ki.\Ki, rich Fern Napkin Rash Apply 'Cetavlex' Cream w the affected ar when changing the napkin. The action of 'Cetavlex' will be found both toothing and healing. uti 'Cetavlex' ro wouNOi. CUT*. au*. IC*ATCMCS. ITC 'CetavleX* Crearr Antiseptic and non-irritant Sol* Agent! and Dittnbutor* K S. BRYDtN A SONS (BARBADOS) LTD. BRIDGETOWN f\Q\ timtmtt ;HTIMI. CMIM-CAl (rM*SMCIUTlClSl UHlTID 7B> "Bronnle*" H'me ((I (o ^ Assorted (i Box i ; to Box light. The explosions law i ask her whethe: aapoaaible i toi the explosion. ^hichdiroctlon they any castor oil. She went to Klnch, That would oven returned home, for ""* %  '"" gnntad thai ba was seen. ck to Klnch. She t| ..... ,„, )(ll ^ "' would betkyv* thai Waterman tried Vfab rman would not bavt h I ugs to chance it he wanted i a conviction ngaiiist Kuul. t would even h.ive laid th. lie had seen Klnch light the lust mid say. w.is i loud that he did not **nt know from bad come. Afh r the second explosion he nd opened a window and looked out; Stayed there until 1.30 Waterman who told him ' that time Kinch was at home '" 1|t;(m( Kllu h %vhon V..teaman %  MI .i inM.U. eet> €>oaa-examined she said she ban ,''''; hl (lu "— %  l( lC viinoa* of the tiulli. V-ro^examlnei by Mr. Huaknown It was 10.30 P n 7had seen him blinds he sod he used to see Kinch told her it was Hl.Sil when distrni had seen him. ..t ihe wi occa! he was leaving. Bh. ^ urddnrt> tha sionallv 130 a.m. becauae she saw the man would h.ive called out I Ceeirtenaf rbllllpa. an agriculwatch at Kinch'* home Otbctl I eomparat ve urei of St James said *'ro at her home when In wag loud woke when he was m n pjn on August C helping her peel cassava. bouaa Intended blowin I night he saw Kinch "<* wa dressed in dark pants v.,in,,, fi of i road near Turner and ahtrt, and wore a iaithat. she whM v etlu l water knew he did not own a straw hal ,,, believe, that Klnch call"! bicycle which wna Klnt n **** accustomed to visiting „,„. f> '.'uank water S-TroS rild M remenibar the Independent Wlto. m R .. left on tha pre i irot on his wiv walking nights he Visited. *" nu n K inch tuidmg at She did n-t glv* Kinch any proved that Kin .,d. The tap from alcohol when he was ill She OOkaa I lamas, at I which Kinch was drinking water never told the Police she had given U me the ex from Enh(m alcohol. ... ...ivour Klneh left Tor woik a'out mint home and was asleep "'clock next morning tan he was aw-nkened by an exLived N>ar Kjnc| •g from the direction A|Iw|kpr| Virdp lf Soi r 0 m Christ Church said he was Burke's K ,SOAP NOVELTIES) B> Cuuton in |ha WeMters" home. When he sow Kinch, he was hite shirt brother-in-law. He lived fi but was at his hornsand*. Tha preaacaj In these witnesftC*. but railed .o do so. that the ENUINFERB and workman of the Telephone Co inspect the Ute where the fire occurred yes terday morning, and burned a patch of sonrgraax at Bandy Lane. At top lelt can be seen the platform on which men work repairing the Cable*. 1 | e was to be i, %  lived at sihei Sands, Chrlet Church. CT*M-ex*mined t MI*S R*< I *he said (hat Kinch had .stopped Gregg* Hill comng regularly to her house M w Kinch drinking -line OctObl She did K %  • the explosion occurred. Clara W'bater F.urme Webster** mothei and they 'ed at the same house in Gllkcs wearing black pant.*, and u Panama hat He was accustomed to seeing Kinch about the district. <'rots-examined by Miss Beece he said he wa* accompanied bv :. friend and when he saw Kinch he i end that he knew that man. Kinch had leaned hi* bicycle in a pavement while lie drank %  iter I 10 o'clock when he m Kinctl ,d Endeavour Corner When he heard the explosion it was about 1225 a.m. Saw Kinch At Pipe Mehunald llaah of Apes Hill S'. Andrew, said that August 6 he waa going along ith Phillips when he l : from a r Kinch. On August < hirthmght danre Mr Held rtely have an) .. dOUbt that K i Lghl th< %  I j mcllon with Phillips' and Dash's wa* conclusive ISalliiHWlj Utei Kinch was in the neuut> ol tin ,'xplosii'ii that night. Hearing of the ..gainst Kinch gffl %  flag the That was no coinkdei %  The defence wltne Burst hat had i "tree rai while ihe other defenee witidmlUad he o* Hurfce wai nothing but a biassed %  i.. %  Yard* had glyen evidence thai MI it i*i m 'ii Wi ehi in %  i %  i he rlopped al Kim-' •m Uie birthnlghl dance V. %  rice had not seen tit to hrinn ini as a wit lie**. H. Lordship summed up tne .1 nd ;ifter retiring In In len minutes, the Jury ret H < -serdict of guilty. 'roned. £iiJe*e, ^ Kinch %  white straw hat. a ,:t and i rown pants. He knew Klnch before then and had Been him last about three month' bef He knew the lama war V.llage. DU] th iiigiil of Auabout 8.3U when he gU*1 0 she hem.I Iv/O explosions drinking wuter. iiit did DOl leavt her l-.i a* he Cross-examined by Miss ReeeC was ternt h ( f' tf ,, hr km w hf tlmr i^. aaa saw two Ti pM into %  the shop which he had Just left and house. was wearing a watch. He had *i*/^&Atfa% BEAUTY PREPARATIONS KGCKNTM \MUVW ii b Ull HtllHCtlVU V'*"-N Laantation Box. /"Pluto". "Mickes Moil ?"Thumper", "Don i n l)uek". "ll.iinbi*. % %  Fatheii tXnui". %  p i Cent /^ \\\ We can also supply t £gle Cal Toll "loiiet Boan, "Cvenlng Bouj )4>e. I.IVI I ( Jim' 7 Woodbuiy V, "Cashmere) SH O U i| ll e I." "Ulii-eol.\ "Pears", "Creamollvi" Ztle. „, 1 — % % Kill; HEATHEKHEAD^ LTD. Head of Broad Btreet £#£_ ##-# r>t# ft H. JASON JONES & CC. LTD.-Distributor; Ardena Soapiest Oil Shump* Ardana Blue Crass I Ardena Sow-Cream Pin Permanent Wl Ardena s pun Cream Permanent Wave Ardena Spun Cream Permanent Wave Ardena Blue G Ardena I Cologne. Ardena 8 Cases Also Attract KNIGHTS LTD. S24J4 6. S28.89 Icicltd -25c. par Be Tlnwl Stan—13c. to 0.. Mch flallll man 90 c. and 11.20 each Caly' 6 HanMli wilh Miniatur* Toy. ..ovl tie* and Charm*—from 81cto $5.59 per Box XmaB Stocku-.g 54.' S6.65. SI 1.27 and S22.55 CAVE SHEPHERD & Co., Ltd. 10. II. 12. 13 Broad Si reel. Make ,'_ HARRISONS ^C Your Headquarters for Hardware!! -V^y XMAS OU* STOCKS III' 1 K.I. lloiil.iless You will IM.I'.'. neur und ihe I SesHonul lloipilslity 1 I'TI.KKY in 3 Onto WIKK DISH COVKKS require some Replacements is hound lo IMITATK KIC'KRS and :.i n ill N KNIVES Adtliliuns KOKKS und SPOONS lb MI.IIOK inllhMlinis and both Table I'poii Your CAN OPENERS and Kilchen Kilchen 1 ISII KETTLES VACL'LM FLASKS and Table ii IM; BVBINOES Appointments %  nd TL'BES ran help He "IRE STRAINERS 1 I.OI.R SIFTERS lu have WOOD SPOONS complete all those III: (REAM FREEZERS little things LIME SIJIEEZERS ull Ihe which (end I'llTATO (HII'I'ERS COVEBED ROASTERS Requisite In ensure the IIREAI) und CAKE TINS \SISTER SETS Tr> IS lirsl MEASURING SPOONS for all Ihe PASTRY ROLLERS Your occasion TIN (iliATLIIS A Nn KcquireinentS A 1 ii; AvMirtinpnt i.l Doinrstu 1 tiliti.I in llGLASS, ENAMELLED. TI I 1 and ALUMINIUM WAR Bat Ell • HARRISONS Hardware Store Tels. 3142 & 2364



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r.xr.F. 5 :x RARn.VDOS VDVOCATE SATURDAY. NOVEMBER 22. I*** BOAT 111(11 l !-%• POUT ihtminivu YesniiWfer: br reliable A l www Lmimcr" A MBI* wilh A I. bring* -arming tomlor. Wh r .uBrr whew sggftj b to MM M h^' A 4 wmit -I LINIMENT WHAT A RELIEF! -says %  polUlral lir>Md •""'% %  -, EndRheumaiism While You'S!ee> stabbing i Stow? %  %  %  WHM Jelnta IN •laerrtla, L.mb.i ilgMS, blKln... -dea uMir C>aa i Piaaagtl. -•• %  8' %  "* o> " ^<< -"0 F 0 iiiM M..a<. " ate. Ur.linarv 'iwcUrtlw • •n't Wlp nuii-li -r"— veil mil at t* taw root COUM ol tfe> l"# Cra**> tr.*lm#rit I* apewi %  TllBOUlFl. IRoseau Fire Department Removed The Huaeau Fire Brigade Uepartmcni hu been removed to the uu tiding previously occupied by the Oovtrnmml Coid Bturaaje ami lie Plant, which ceased operation with the completion the C.D.C Fruit Packing and Ice plant. The •aTire Brigade Dept. was formerl> bou*ed in part of the Building oc'-upied by the Roseau Town Council. The Superintendent of police. Colonel R. de la COranne, is alw Chief Fire Officer, and J. G Hewitt of Trinidad 1* Deput> Fire chief Mr. Hewitt, who wa. an Inspector in the Port -of -Spa lr. Fire Brigade Department, waa tranaferred to Dorninka ao h* i-ould institute new fire fighting measures and improve the Department on the whole Colonel Otanne represented the Windward Island/ t the We-in dies Fire Conference held e.irliei this year. Two Electrocuted 'Death by electrocution wt> the verdict of the coroner's Jurv investigating the cause of death of %  girl at Roseau last Sunda> momlng. The Afteen-year-old girl carelessly held an uninsulated portion of a line wire at a home in New Street and waa unable to pull away her hand. At her screams, the other occupants of the Mr. L. J Marcano, General which were Invited J number ol H range enough, in u letter lo hi* ho *** # who did not know what Secretary of the Cmu-bcan urea trade unr>ns the world over and a friend Engels. Marx goes as far ,n do * vt her. ran out for Mivismn of OJi.I.T. made the lol world movement was formed a to aay that England Is the only hel PWhen help arrived the girl I | j.wtrh at a man meeting known as the International Contountry where Communism could WM a eorpa*. bceg m QufMn .-..i*. rruaj i,aeration of Free Trade Unions, be realised In its truest form. The Three day* later, on Wednerday %  I'Vi-mber 14.:— Your Brother Adams and our respect which the English have '2th a man also died of eleclrocu"I ned hardly tell you how biother Alexander of the Trinidad for the rights of the individual is "onApparently the man and mimwm 1 nave) m & Touago Seamen and Waterfront i crhapa what prompted Marx to eleaiung up his garden about BOAT DRILL an the IB. "Lady Rodney" waa held walls ths veasel was la Carlisle Bay s-aaUrdav Tb. burly Wast Indian (eeee&d from left) will no* be taking part In ths 'Bogaars" Beat Drill after tfcjl MR. MARCANO EXPLAINS TRADE UNION SPLIT Mrk kldn>s bUBavaad ran*. >ur a.-at-ro Mfi I mtalna tteetaktitii'* thsgern • w*l i i . %  and mlnviaomii L wroiaeia vow iron: _• of dlaaaae-altacli >>n i I'ltoata alter oinottm, and i >.M (Ii* entli >aiseg ey Decteri, Ckamim, i One-Nms Jeffi ,atax U upwr 1 .mists In i* ma SufTarx • %  '>" a!"-.*. tAA ng you this evening. InWorkers boUi l ixiisKlei myacll gicatly w.% meeting. tionoiired in having been invited •v lo you at this PubUri Meeting. A great French General, one of t-.o heroes of the 11114-18 War, F eld Marshal Koch, was in the habit of saying whenever lie was (atad with a problem "Dv f&KA 'agB-llt" which interpreted iijeans 'What it is all aboutT" Well, t^^• • industries wire which was lying near thi .such as Steel and Coal and Mining, ground. It was a live wire wlur). Itcsides these acU of the Governbad dropped from it support The ment there was a National Health corpse was later discovered hv i ... fawjSuMuyilTiTlB lT %  *• %  whlch inl v.ry inpassing motorist. \t,,iu, atuCl \ \ T Joimnuius aJ•*"*• nodical, dental and optical ?30 eolU AC. from the CDC BMgy. Communism ha> lor .U L'^'-Tir" 1 l c of phar r Second1^ plant Inner a Gennan iTolesaor called "^L UC ( >n B W *' ^Sfi 22 Kail Marx. M-rx - — ' P#n to "" %  *" 'n^ 1 r **iveH UiSurencea Now, ui order Wat you may • a nunawuiau: view wi uu uuteri.n.t uiai exist uctwevn uie iw a week and milk wa< pro....* -).'-l -'" %  '•' %  ill<>.ll-ll.'ll*l B _|^ _-_ K 1UI..„,„. -| " %  ^ '•lit Workers' Organisation known gg ,or ^ P* n o( ,1U! 1,u, f*" ,l "> • l vided in the school* .rce -he World Federation of Trade ^ ^^SSlSL^ ^t,^£i *** wkin| c.aJi. Unlona and why the formation of "uatrial Kevoiutxm. In :.; .other world organiaation taown ;>>. the International Con'nf FIM* Trudc I'r.i HI I %  IT' foie pfopose. as simply and su straight fnrwardly AS possible to the latter had the opporti put before you what r know gbogi li kM md I hope that I will %  uiceod in helping you to draw vourown conclusion in the matter. of chB received ogtag which they had never reecived before. Yet the Capitalist* food b) and respecied the laws that weri* •oaeted in the eyes of many perhaps to their total di*.-Kivunlage and allowed every[hlnit udymii social afld Industrial conlo ,„ in lhe lorm al way. ntions very closely. It was as a BR ain when the Labour Party '(suit perhaps ol theo expertdefeated paid J visit to France, where be met Eiigels who owned a coltrn .ndi'stry In Manchester. Enaels Invited Marx to Eng. Good Prosper For Crops ply • From Page 3. i nn eloquent and lmpressl was made. Strike On the same day of arrival of Ana His Excellency, the Oenen was workers' Union, under It* leade at the recent elections Mr. Nicholas Pollard, c*Ued .„th-thewabletownl#hli Wn „ ,,,„ u^, do? They simply lightning "National Strike" sc (.ommunist Manlfette in .the same handed over the power to govern porently to strike fear and erf year. There is little doubt thai the to u,, lr opponents the Con,e r vabarroaa the new Governor The icial and economic condit on* Uvm employeea at the Public Works On the one hand, you nave Uie ptevalluig at the time were de| lorf^^ lhe movmient of the Department, the Hotel unde :orld federation ol Trade Unions. blr. we might even tny inhuman. K FTU hai been formed by men atructlon by the Colonial Develmmonly referred to ae the Indeed, women even expectant nd WO men who are eonscious of cpment Corporation, the Sawmill .FTU\ and on the othei nnnd. you nt.dhert were by forre nf t-ircumthe dtffnity of human nature and £ •-he BelU* Estate and Produce .ve the iniernutHHiai Conlcdei • nnce compelled to i>r'fonn very mn awar# „, |h# t0vM injustices F/\. L J *V nd JT C %  vwiorts * lh .uon ol Free Trade Union-, !,Mrenuous dutifi such a, pushing lhal natfp DCOf golnt on fot ^ United Fruit Company, struck and ueuiLy auokwn t as Uio 1CFTU. wagons filled with .-'ls in the |^. ( p^^ry ind who ar# d eterme WFTU v. mines, children too had to work min#d to era d c „u. the** ^ "Ml A. pislol October. 145, as a result 11 is IB nour, |*-r day for g mlieral.le l „ 0 „. .mpioya,, „ M| worker, .l.ke ^n. TH nri! Irv A Arm *tsnd %  muugh, or u.e "Big Thre." subsletence wage. Marx .aw all wl „ Uvc ln harmon> reaaidlvi ut m Sli 2^ GoveVnnSt who -operation during World War iftg and preached in his writing „,!„,... rare or crewi .njoymg n-fuied ta twsji with Ef Union thin ihe that it* only way out wa. to, the W|Ual rlghtl and respected not for unti the men went back to work workers the world ovr to unite )ne portion they hold nor fo the After a week's deadlock some of wealth thev po***** but for the the men have returned service* vhlch thev render to the and negotiations ore now proceednot u.ilii 1917. however, community as a whole Ing. •(# ;) %  .<• rld oVr to unite l.i-mii i.oi to say UMt ion space of three yearn lajorlly ol Ttadai Unletti uu .orlu over were .itliliaten to tin .rgamzation, Indeed, the niviibcr%  Up < I aflUiates was well m W (llt ^ MJ1X ( illd ^^.^a fl ^. nil lion, reprcseniuig the Trtdt ||>s ^ Itlil[ .,„„,„„ "?"-!*• aTI*. W Tl "" ""' ':o Ku.a and prepared the he,treugth of iu Mai %  ll lon whltn ^Vou; AOrid labour. MNOrM h .., ,iw ln Regjine. a consultative capacity ... You mghl ask 10w „ r „, ,. in took such a hold oil n Tnig unswer. 1 think. |g not diflU-ult to rind. T! i %  ng classes, particularly Ihe P*a*anu. were exploited by the Taanl Raflhae In %  manner thai is beyoi %  he Social and Economic Counil of tlie United Nations, rttui •iho on the' Food and Agriculture •>rganisatkins und on the IntcrnaiMBgl Health Organisation. An .greement waa also reach* labour Ofllce The WFTU it I also fair to say used its Influenc* d the United Niliorw to defend .he legal righta of trade urn. n 'ountries where these gfl recognised. So far ao good. %  MM than those existing like England or the V S A. 1 am DO) in a position to know imt I'ven if material coruliilons were better. I am 'ure thai 'he individual does not en)ny UV freedom and the protection whirl i> mjoyg in let us ay Engl.ii neior M „ w| „ .,„, inkin lenders within the riMcmR UV I P tion. and later taken up bv the official bulletin of the WFT;'. These and many other dlfTero: -^tween the Communist and noi- 'ommunist trade union* eventual* '• created n ^plit and cau'ed i mmhe r of trade unions to leave !" M WFTU and fonn i • .1 •. Keg Uie second-hand solace ol uie cinema when your ll!e has oeen as full and aa adventurow as Howard a rfi Bui li *>aa inc oaine ui n%  Wen End film dial excued tun. and .ii nla minJ racing bac over UU rears rrsterda* "Bo thtyve made fltci again Now I Hondci good as the Staramojcnc 1 sraa in wim itimon Noarru and 'ho, Terry T me sec apan was that •' A search tirough scrap oooka revealen he date Fame by chanct sober, pertng Anchors, lade fftci agaUi I 'V >atm A aal kg* far Howard li lanviv thought But the vovai *woKe a wanderlust in :. Ol UM nesi 3i years, oniv eert saeBt in Britain, and on two on thai safe, orosu^ %  •heep farm. He strolled into fame as mm stag almost by chance li 'found himself" n %  • F ranisea a elt* riusxiniiad |gg| t Biro" Thn rongrene i i December. 1W. held In I. esdoB AGRICULTURAL ADVISER Fmni Pare 3. Oniv Conntrv A I ,„.-„-.kn "* H -he aim of Her Majertv' formed All-Wand Cane Fa%  . i Bm (ra 't, i nf Jamaica in Jamaica." M' had talk; with th, 1>. XL^J&J?"* '&£?& + A HULL fi SON DISTRIBUTION %  tor of Acriculture < Animal Husbandry) and Mr S Ilmnett of the Wellcome Institute 'Ennlaiid). who Is visiting Jamaica at the request of thr I ment. On his return to Jamaica from British Honduras Mr. Frampto Mended n conference to meet Food and ABrleulture Organiaation expert on agricultural < I >ne*hod in rural areas. The onpormltv was also taken to visit the offices of the All Island Banang mmra and the other In the South flrowerg" Aioele:inn ahd disctisg Caribbean centred on Trinlda.) 'he shlppim: -and marketing of The preKnt Battalion would b.--• bananas and the control of leafcome the nucleus of the regij £1 spot disease ment. happen quickly — these thlngli take a long time—but I am conII in due course, par%  ciiiari) you people who served. II ItM Htiush We?1 India Reglrrriit of the past, will have a jtment in the future of analen vO\i Vlll have e\-ery right to be proud It wa* reported later in Ja\uw:> Government circles that of the two battalions to be forme.I. would be stationed in Ja ibawlBl^indon on Oecmbri 10. IW3 "Hollywood was tu. e*cilemeni and rigour In tfiao davn' the old man aaja was still roung -hen •> •Mfae.' ftgjd ne was still voting toe:, and full ot dasn and cnihusiasn, Now init no' -o young o.. in years anyway He is It *nd a tonic illnew Has sent run reluctanily at >llupered ease .i .its Wembley Oat Vou would nostica a law. on Howard Oaya like reiired civn jen-an'. or "ex-C.ty nan. H* nas been too roanv things and •o loo many places Sheep-farnMr iriur. go: i nmrr journalist. tooar impor:er. siarof *ileni nimi When you au where 1 ha oeen my boy u u easier .neniion the place* I |aMn ven China. Russia, -.nd In anlv because I had no des %  to go there %  Fridy Ihe 13lh His raveis j.ar.ea Irom I oury on md.linunn 1^ 13 It wa, ra,.. n %  as the 20-ytar %  ai.ed for Ne .'.ra.inrt in %  rn- slup Pwpat.. That to nu r.uni.1 %  -..1 way io %  f*\e uad he dottc l riad ganioird J.. %  •• ii %  %  lefP a %  %  13-1 ihe TalVERTERUAV Loo* i *o back. all of "moving pictures." He %  mdered to Los Angeiw ad rook a streetcar namea !0..aoad Holl>wood. 191: llywoad, iiitic more man • isnij town ihen. out beginning !wrst ai the seams with j nne*i -nUuisiasm l.ierr Howard tl*ye me o w. OrfBtn tne rtrat film wUiam Oare was with aim 111 11 He iilayed Oeneral -i en E l^e in 'Blnh of a Nationand Christ in Intolerance Byron %  %  ceaatasai '•'' %  wiiio^roua aid 1 iripg-T* ycsiergey. thi tliurut man loolted of -i i %  h\"is'lt at Byron, rn fffttna Mm. Prince W Moeard ua/e reneebgerg Ana i 'urn oaek 'he pages to 23 when the Daily iixprt*. Cinema Correapondent rMfga preaeniauon of T ne great poet-phllandcreT nas ve very name ol 'eiliry. . The achievement %  rnon man favoarably :i that of Mr. John Barn->.>re in Di. Jekyll and ,\ir %  %  %  gitory c< for sliininu hrsi.s I .v eopperware tt/mn t. V HkR\W,k I Kl. BjriaKMWi $ %  • % IADF IT CALFY Ot NORWICH ITD HAllfAR BEMEMBEH THE PRICE OF PETROL ADVANCE BUT YOU CAN STILL... DRIVE IN STYLE FOR LESS PER MILE You ciii'i beat the economy of the Hillman Mini unkaai you're willing to sacrifice the brilliant pcTformancs> of the Hillman Engine and the luxurious comfort of Hillman appointments. Moreover, it's satisfying to drive a car that makes everyone turn to admire Hi smart lines and fleetness, and who wouldn't be satisfied when he knows that he is getting so much extra i from every tankful of petrol. PANORAMIC VISION >h.lii a aptly dmibn LL'GOAGL ACCOMMODATION t-llan to Sa MI -*B ba>h. i^aatho >ah a to' daUrUI aag tlepwl beaaai. giiai aa ai r—a *M aH^uid (cU <4 -* l.o ill aofm.1 lantily -aadi and UM kxkat I. *w ha aux-nat-allt inuM la UM acx scasaca a >aifmctn* aar. HILLMAN MINX CALOON • CON>'tRTlBLE COUPE • ESTATE CAS i COIE & CO.. LTD. DISTRIBUTORS of t i MOUI caaup



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iATTODAY. NOVEMBER 22. 1932 BARBADOS AIH'Ol ATE AKIIIITO III, 41111 S OKI II I \l I ItOWV PIMM I P INO IK THRONE ROOM of the imperial palaoe in Tokyo. Japan'* Prince Akinlto. ID S 1,200-raarimony. promises his parent* (left), Emperor Hlroblto and Enoprea* Nsgsko. that be will "cultirate leaving child like ways behind." SlBiult*neoti*ly Japan proclaims to all the world" that Afcihlto. come of ace and Is heir presumptive to the world'* oldest throne Behind Tkibito U Takanobu grand cosmbarUin. (Intrmaluntal Hodiophotv) DOCTOR ISOTOPE Harwell's atom man of peace cooks gold to use in medicine by JOHN WATERMAN HARWELL Uerk.shiri\ Friday I N the atom laboratory the infra-red lamp glowed. By It sat Dr Henry Sellgman, a top British atom scientist whose researches, still secret listed, must certainly have contributed to the Monte Bello tests In (he ray* of the lamp rte held a sample of radio-aii.v phosphorus, and considered It* use-not in a further £100 million experiment in human dea-.ruction. but as 4TJ0 or so worth of treatment lor human suffering Sclign.an H £1800 a • year Head of the L'-Jtouc-* DM Harwell Isotopes are .liose byproducts of atomic research irhlen have caused a revolution in the treatment of some Kinds of cancer—and made abu -ria advances possible in other fie'.as ol medicine, and In industry and agriculture To Canada Sellgman went into ii research at Cambridge in lim Then tie wftr. loCansd.i River atom v.a'.on Hince 1IM7 Se'..man has been at Harwell a* an atomic man of pea c e He was sitting in (lie labor** tory at the Isotopes Schoo. -an establishment set up specially to train industrialists In ihe use of isotopes. It ts an ami able-looking red-brick buildinc. onoe a Itoyal Air Force Naati standing a couple ol yards outride UM -county wir* which surround* tlie man atom plant here The scientists call tha' ii' Somewhere 'here bevond the wire-no one would .say exactly DR. HENRY SELIGMAN "dries" a sample or radio acln phosphorus under the infra-red Ion p Seligmon is Head of the Isotopes Division ot Harwell lb ts r si*;en> Bepo and Oleep. tlie n am ftgiven to B piles in which bomb material* —and isotopes—are cooked Sells; man* laboratory Inoked supcrflciallv like unv school Ian with rows ol acid noiile* flasks. ii*a>-r-. But near thewall* stood leftd-cT' i built up of i-inch thick lead nrtcks to prevet.t harm ti.mi radiation during experiment;-,. There were red wastr inni marked RADIOACTIVE EFPLUEN r ami COM HUST1BIJ! ACTIVF And each scientist WOT* on hi* white smock a imai' envelope eonUlnlng show the amount of rad exposes himself to Radio-active On the olaekboara Srigman drew diagrams and in hi' ill *• Or*. European ui-r,i. explained his work aBB radio Lsotopes A radio isotope Is a chemi'-al element :eat leukemiu-the blood flfaH (t-at killed Eva Peron And a new application ol It U in the loanon ol brain tumours I M arr MOMMM • :. Ue of isotopes :n mcdKine A:r-crnage ia eaaentiai The isotopes are flown out in spev.i To 25 countries Britain H the i %  spot < %  I MBICgMi ire*f 9000 con %  re oro' %  'O lb vOMtiT"-inc!ud n* Israe. Uraill Pinland — even to Amer.rj Profit to Britain was about £W>.000 It could Imve been nore out only C30-£40 is %  harged tor a eoedlllin • i ira than the cost ol oronarking and uanspofl In industry Uotones are no" bc-ne more wdelv u.ed Hut industr.alists have been more hem Uian 'he -m-d i profession So ihe I %  > schoo! WSJ. otar-ed in April IPS! This if run under Se-aman bv Harwell scier. ir( Johnston At £40 a head iit leaches indu unnlv tinuse ot iso:o:>o> i, %  >.<• %  uctonas Recent! v the IJOLh -laotAplst" was passed out In the school isotope* are regarded aimnst aflacuonatelv an; "Just put a lnt> o.ooe In a tube") and iso-oo-research Is lighthear-ed v r.-a'ed i Sellgman: V.: I think its verv amusing work"! This attitude la perhaps underle toward* a process *no*e result* contrast so .sTongiy to 'he results of research Inside the cage "— and towards chemicals whose possibilities are said to be boundless D i-'I'YKKlHl nESRRVED Lomdv* Inf.. GUIDES SAY FAREWELL TO LADY ARUNDELL The Most Powerful Man In The ^ orld Bv R. M M.K.11.1 NEW YORK. So Eisenhower i iad> to mov< into thg a*reat White House Dig man. what now? To which queattnn the answer isPlenty, with plenty of changes ( itid pktity of headaches. First, there is Eisenhower's Dmnuse lo fly to Korea and there ir> to force a peace. (from Our Own Corres>p>nclent) ST Qtf tKtIFS NOV IB LADY JOAW AlU'NDKl.I.. Wtfl <.l Hig K\< -rllency Su Robagi Arundell, was given a formal farewell yrstrrday evgjpln^ bv ihe Grenada CJtrl (iuide Association ( will pay their own farewell tribute to their Chief Guide for the past four years with a demonstrati >n on Ihe Government House grounds next Frldav %  fternoon when Ladv Arundell will also present the (Juide badge to lfi-yiar old Janet Comissh>i and Windward IiMnd Guide !. gain this d tiort Three Named To FM Posts Tor the first lime for 83 yean Amenta has a soldier President the last was Oen•ral Ulys. Orant, who was 17 wben he took office In 186". In the markedly civilian atmosphere of American politici In 1962 a military man who becomes, by vote, the Host Important Man la tha World facertarUlngly new problem*. The odds *ecm steeply against him on that but this man has auch girts or warmth and perauaslviteas, determination and courage. that just possibly he might contrive another "land-slide"—this lime on an international scale. Yd. m America, the end of the Oghtlng would. par.Kloa-icu.llv. produce another crisis—caused by a minor slump as the accent is taken off. arms production. But business is nol worrying too much about that. Its Jov at having a Republican regime back in Washington, after 20 sad years of frustration, is high and Ha hopes nre heady. 1-" tin-;,, i ., ., ond r ; r Dhovn promise lo bear In mind: ho has said that he will chop thousands of millions of dollars off the Bttdet. Frontal Attack Yes. America is faced with an upheaval In the choice of Its public men and In its whole philosophy of government and way of dnDl| thn..:The Hepubiican regime will, undoubtedly, attempt a frontal attack on "Big Government" centralised direction from Washington. Eisenhower, still largely an innocent in the dense jungle of professional politics — although hicertainly learns fast—will have at first to rely greatly on advisers. And many of these advisers, as Is natural in a Republican Administration, will be business men. Behind the huRO nuestinn-mark which now. in the first riot of victory, seems to hover nbove the general, there are certain traits of character and statements of belief which he has made which pcO*iog pretty reliable pointers. Eisenhower la instinctively %  Tory (he was one long before the alleged "sell mil" lo Senator Robert Taft. of Ohio). But he is by no means an all-ornothing man. The nature of his genius springs from compromise, va> amply shown when he ran S HA E F in the war. ff u-ai he teho remarked once "II anubodu said during Ihe U'flr thai f inn a comja-omlser. if really means that they fhoiiohl / u-as BOO pro-British." It was this desire to compromise -us well as the cold fact that without Taft's support he might not win tha election—that led him to come to terms w iih the Isolationist Senator. The last-ditch Isolationist* form a tough and aggressive group which, with Its allies, can give Eisenhower considerable trouble If he means to adhere completely ,10 America's recent internationalist policies. For. once again, he is on record as saying*. "No intelligent man can be an Isolationist. The world in too small."—LJL80 trim pge hower whether Mr. Earl Warren. < ..lit... .., i inuinur is a candidate [ it .i Mi Warren and Mr. Merit* lliowr.cll junim OsjOgO polLUi advisors to Mr. Eisenirlng the campaign have i luted as possil'li for Alinrney General. Mr. llrownell vtitte-al Ihe President-ales I Thursday. However, speculation l hat Mr. BrowMll might be named Attorney General aroused countcr%  peculation thit Senator Robert 'laH night feel that Mr. Eisent nwer was overloading the it ii ntimates of Governor Dewed Mr. Dulles has been closely associated with Governor l Mi Itnm-nell has been the NewYork Governor's closest Otttk l aaan lata for years, f-enutnr l^xtge who has l>een serv|H| H Mr BBpiihower's Ituison nt.in In Washington with the out>.oing Administration will give the *:. Tii-r.-ii g top secret report Friday %  n latest developments in the State and Defence Departments Senator Lodge has been mentioned for i <"il>inet pot but indications were he would wind up on the White House staff, probably in a position comparable to tli.it now held by Mr. John It. BtsajsaaB, %  \ --it it u> PioM.leiit Truman. For Cabinet l'..-t kfrg Mi-bl>> whu heuded the %  TooatB*! Army Corps during World WatU was mentioned for 4i Cabinet post in view of the resident le. t t.iti-inent that %  women would be given a big hand In Government because of the proe inent part they played In his campaign, Mrs. Hobby also appeared a KKI l.< %  to replace Mrs. Anna Iloac-nliei,: as Assistant Secretary of Defence. Mi Arthur Suinmerfleld, Kepublii an National Chairman aeemed ., hkely prospect for Postmaster General. Senator Frank Carlson or Kansas, top member or Mr. Elsenhower's Advisory Staff • ad rsj em ,u<. i iifford iimw also of Kansas have lieen mentioned prominently for the .t'H' uliiire post —U.F. Coronation Sculpture •%  .ill tured heads of the Queen %  nil the Duke of Edinburgh, bv the distinguiHhe.1 Scottish sculpt<>i G. H, Patihn. of the Royal "T Artn. nre an in i % %  and attractive |H>rmanent mementoes of the Coronatlon and wUI shortly be availftM sale at homo and versions of the scvenm h-tngh heads will be sold in • i Kingil'im fur ICSN than sue shlllinjp. (fl.4 BW.li. Similar i< otlels in bronze will cost 116 U77). • ii the sculptor won the <>l'ii lompetition for the Australian war memorial. He has already designed two war meml"ls In Scotland and one in 1 v Ansjkdsgj i-. %  Monday foi Trinidad en route Ui England where she will lie joined later by Sir Robert for a holiday prior lo their going out to Barbadam After ntelimiiiar> bUgkl Association last evening, with ljid> Aiundell m the Chan*. Address was read and presented to Lad* Aluixlell BJ Miss Eileen ilvei Island G.iiiie Inimni-i,. | Mb* M \ U.tti.mil also preSSatSfl m bCsaall of the Assorlution a large painting at Si George's harhour done tw Mt-> Frvlds Mnrtin. InUnd Se. itry of IBKAssoelaUoB. and Capt. Luis.Aird a twnmuct of tlower. Tha Address, beautifully illiiminnted by Miss Rosemary Chailes, also of the Association. thanked Lady Arundell sincerely for the support and encourage%  'i.'iit -he had at all times given the Movement and Association. praised the quiet and efficient %  %  hlbited by her as President and said that from the inlere-t she had Liken generally thSQ !• It sure that while icu'etting her loss to Grenada she would find herself "ensnared into the Guiding of one ,.f the earliest OOtpOOU of the Movement" H.irbacli.s Thanking the Association, iJidy Arundell said she regrette.1 the parting and felt deeply indebted to the Association for the expei lenee It had given her. enabling her to approach the task facing her In that "earliest of rutposts" to which Ihey hud isMrVl BtM fell that in the past a leal Dlt <>f pVOgSRSg i ui i. in made and she rkOpSfl the Association's rBjSjnbi Nrotlld continue to back up ihe Movement in Qrt Iies After Aeeirleiil Archilius Mit.rull old peasant planter, was instantly killed last Satunl.is afleinoon on the western main road when he was invoked bj %  m The i idei Ralph Hush n Junior Agricultural Offleei. srai thrown and seriously injured, lying over the week-end at the Colon. Hospital in a grave condition Long; Ser\ice Medal Barbados-bom lnsueetoi AHieit Rollins of the bnal CM I) has been nwattled the Col.mial Police Long Snvu. Medal by His Kx, | lien. N tiir fJOVS I Joining the lot al Pol • Forw iii 1934. aftai gunllai aarvlos In Ihe Bahiiinus. his use from the '. ...i .,n.i hi Criminal work of a high standard. i -, %  tha C 11> tor sorns Uma now. be received special training both in Trinidad and lntei on I Police Course In England. y ,ie. London ITess -S'et $20,000,000 BUDGET • PARIS. Nov. 21 f.NKS. II ;•! (I. i..-i.,l Cmd'i %  enco started on Friday to dsscuai how much of its $20,000,000 ten. Lgar| the World Culture Organ'zatlon would spend n Ukl next two years, h' nations are almost equally split between those who won! | the record sum and those wht wani it.—U.P. LAW AND PSYCHOLOGY VANCOUVER. B.C. \ New Zealand medical man llieves in lawyers and psychulOgusti getting together in handstng nimlnals. UT. lUnyaid West, distinguished Mull member of University of -iew Zealand, told University of liriush Columbia law students '...t ih UM ot %  ianea must be tpMd up in the treatment of i %  Hi.H .. i i. West pit a squarely up to the legal fraternity that the prot> i hag the job of contiolUng i m i-havlour by just and fuir lie said it was the psychologi-fs j<> to llnd out why ordin%  rll> raJhaBSd people do irrational %  lungs that lead to crime. lie also urged study ol the criinin.il before punishment is handed out. Dr. West stopped here on Ins way U> the University of Chicago where In planned to give a series of lecture* on this theory of law. B.U.P. Married Wedded here last Sutur.la> si thg sComes RC. Church wee. Mi. K S IMgule. Senioi Ainu oltural Assistant, who took, up a post here only four months .!... and Miss Dorothy Alexi fnn.i Colony lloxpital nurse anil up to recently a clerk at M. is M. C.,••!,. -. ^ Williaii Follow Jamaican O. II Thompson. Acting Agrlcultin ,,i lendent. performed duties as bestman. while the bride was' given uwuy bv Mr. G. E. D.I Clync with Miss Bessie Wildman. as her only atU-ndant. Invested Wlih O.B.E. On Itemembram e Suml.i> ..t Govenimeiit House Hon Terence Comissiong, AsslsUml Administrator, wa-i invested by His Ex-' Sir Robert Aiundell with the Insignia of the O.B.E. [ awarded in the Queen's first birthday honour, list. At the investiture, attended by several friends Of lecipient, Mr. CumiHsiotig wat supported by Hon. G. H. Adams, C.B.E.. Colonial Treasurer, and Mr G E. 1*. Gentle. O BE. retired SuperiniHHiini ..f l'uhli. Works. 'Lady Rodney' an rraan ssge 1 is a biow to c "A very ramaxkable impersonation. Wilmot — now if you'll kindly put my hat back whare you found it. and bring; the cane over her* . . ^ London Eryrew Service -two passenger i Barbados yesterday on uoaiu H l^dy steaney. Sixteen landed he others were Uitransil. • %  •• landing were From BritMr J. C. Bellamy, Ir R O. Gilbert. Mrs. Gill*erl. 11 r, ibert. Mr. J. H. Lambert, ; |i y Jjtmlx-rt From 1 I Ban ggg ) and from St. Mi !,. POstai M %  sj MI K. W9 tar, Hi C %  erre, Mrs. C. Olhvn %  W. W. Bradshaw, Mr I: 94 ,rd. Miss U F. Gcorgel and Ml I Hair. %  Kosutoy brought a quantity fruit 'lo'iing t: in-as and cases of am Trii • John and Halifax via sh northern islands. I'W.I -IMS I Simple, quick-handling construction festuree g Makea atrung rigid ateel framework i I" / I'V (HG) Steel § l>urablr ruat-proef stove enamelled green finish I Economical I Minimum building time \ Can be used again ii: .in .ir 'I cJotcdvv d / Iff f —yes, powder me all over. Mummy, with that lovely Cow & Gate stuff! Baby loves the new Cow & Gate Baby Powder In Its charming red and white tin with the jolly little SmHer picture. And why not It w$ made specially for him I Soft—silky —delfciously perfumed—it soothes and comforts him like nothing else. That's why he hurries over his evening bath, and almost before he's dry comes the brisk command— POWDER PLEASE. MUMMY COW & GATE For comfort and contentment J. B. LESLIE & Co Ltd—AgenU. COUGHS pAMRLaas n gssjs M iaas* *Uwusaadj e* stnjaja* far years it has ba*n rfwga.ssss.il 1 by Decsors. MWISB, MospHaJsad Sanatoria evtrywbers The r ea so a ? Simply thai. It contains saluW* lactocrsossta Jiscovcrcd ia the Fsraal Labor %  tout. — and tasi lafisxiicot enteti your bloodstream sad attacks cne trouble al itreef. That N whv I'-melli ioeffective sad why it acts to quickly sad to thoroughly. I'roai the first dose Faausl cs.es lbs inllsined bronassl psasaaes sod builds up yoiir aowsas of resin a nee while it a deitatyfasj the germs which have caused the cough or cold, lac ososacot you suspect 'flu* or istch s kOugh or oald, take 1'asasl Syrup sad you will have tunsd on the road to recovery. Mwsyi kocp a bottle la tha houte. FAMEL SYRUP Ottainahli m two IUM — /'.'all IrmJi >,w Nut* and Washer*. from a few packets nf f'N'IMKT MAJOR jou • an construct | Storaie f'islurea Shelving I'Ulform Structures I i mi'-, for lisht bulldines Seaffoldlnc Isesk* Benches i Trestles Speaking generally. I would say . . . that the estremrh idr ..pplicaliil ot I MMI 1 MAJOR steel 1r.nfoiW instlr po**lbl€ b> its eaaj on-liiM I method*, ha* nude It sn i^isentUI pstt of ihr rvrr.di* funellonlm f nii*irurUon firms and huslness houseeverMhi-r.But then Its so verr economical — u%e II lor one need. It's there to use .cjio la Ratal > Baasssaad and ,n, gakaff retiulremenU. Klnc ;'.~.13 tods* and s*k for further Information or in-uiiMi.r ksaaVrl m NllO i M UOst S. P. MUSS0N, SON & Co., Ltd. ::; : ;!;! : :! i iiiii II f



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NATMIDAl MiMMHKK ti. ISM BARBADOS ADVOCATE rxr.T \ I SIHENRY BY CARL ANDERSON FLINT OF THE FLYING SQUAD BY ALAN 5TRANKS & GEORGE DAVIES -Mere* ~ -Tl em 9 %  • L la* / <-0"e O* -""VON* JUS BLONDIE BY CHIC YOUNG %  s 1 AND TOV TO CvXLCCr TMC FIVE DC-LAPS %  L PHOM SFO TO B^V BACKTODAVy%  I HtS DOORMU. THE UCHTS j -ocu: T —-'I /FLASH GORDON BY DAN BARRY JOHNNY HAZARD BY FRANK ROBBINS AH...TOO BAP THAT tOO AKC NOT I ^IEKNODS \A6 JUST MEANT nE'LLGrABOj* 5*03. ..PUCK AW*w FTOWTWAT HUffSE... ANP M£M FC* THE BRINGING UP FATHER BY GEORGE MC. MANUS RIP KIRBY BY LEE FALK & RAY MOORES AfcO --S VOfT TIORiBLS -*.** HAS kAPOpJC JRi t. AtC A'V $>| pfTSJ*. MC I xaas HEff. BUT *w : ; t-t 5 -i :-eATS*TCAK9 y %  sua. A -, -*.e •**• %  s *<5?: J-K era WJSCtTK*:,r.]w^ vSAas.'*#***oe;:v A^-O I SO / ?*ESCS Jf MS F %  lOOOSPAKbT />,-T**;ST Y.-OE PCSSifcC. (HI r : IX f*ED A55 5'AKg SMewo* : =£L kNTTlNCTIVKi * %  THE PHANTOM BY ALEX RAYMOND '. LO*0WAMBf &.' CTOC* THF Wr) I WAS COME t)WHOfll?F.'All.ttf )* LEST WE FORGET THE SIMPLE rAClS CASTROL WAS FIRST WITH HI M IH.I \ I ADDITIVES (Britiih MM NO. 431066) WAS FIRST V/ITH AM l-A< lit COMPOUNDS 1 British I'.n -in Nc. 423441) WAS FIRST WITH OXIDATION INHIBITORS (Britiih Patent No. 423441) THE MASTERPIECE IN OILS IT PAYS YOU TO DEAL HERE SPECIAL OFFERS AVAILABLE THURSDAY TO SATURDAY AT ALL BRANCHES PRUNES—per lb li US1NS—per lb. MIXED NUTS—per lb. DRIED FRUIT SALAD-per pk(. GREEN SEAL RUM CORONATION WINE Usually NOW .72 .60 .57 .511 .75 m U 34 1.S0 1.20 1.44 1.211 LUCKY DOLLAR COMPETITION Have you got an> fl.M Hill* with these numbers: 271512.067062. 251618.670318.375819 If to Rlni REUIFFUSION and lell Uicm you have one ol The COIXJNNADES l.urKy DOLLAR* D. V. SCOTT & Co. Ltd. Broad Street %  i^v %  m %  iBBBBBBBJBBSBJBBSBBjBJi ^ %  PBBMHMHI tm> "• %  %  par%  ^^ % %  % % % % % % % % % % %  iiBBi EVERY RELIANCE SHIRT COSTING $2.88 or MORE CARRIES A MONEY BACK GUARANTEE SO SAD SO FRESH. By Bruce Hamilton So sad. -. fresh is primarily a love story; but Bruce Hamilton in sounding deeper water than in any of his previous novels, gives :., it Ins pnrlicul.it quality of suspense—a suspense no lees iuurifvinp liee.i i. I rt4M to fear <>f grievous pfjfl ina] loss ruin mid shame, rather than of the law. Yel .i NfiH ol proportton is never easily absent, und a situation which migBt easily become painful is rendered tolerable by Ity, humour, and fundamental delicacy of its treatment. It is %  tale of youth, which explores with absolute integrity phases in the mind ol i hy of seventeen usually -hirked in both romance and realistic presentations of adoles I i no In it Arnold Harns*m. inf< llirrnl. sensitive, gentle. an


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I'M. I I 11.111 CLASSIFIED ADS. '•''**"* BARBADOS ADVOCATE • VTlIBOAT, MI\ I MBI I II.I.M. ... UN I.II II Ml UU HA1MWU! M" I %  ;.... May ore and Mi. Bub> % %  a* MUM In IX MKMORIAM UiltRIn lovms mnwn of %  if. .ir-.d mother who paaerd Nov-mbee nd. 1MB Mimnnii %  f > Ever mrnnbrifd ilinpliri Marlta. Mill KENT AUTOMOTIVE REAL ESTATE lit HI ON HI* I PI H) || V.I \(.BM Wl \ I -,.irrs %  i ii M M %  %  I XI III, R IMS Hlllman Mini Black. at* 11 .aw Owner laavtni ui.,1,1 Unlv KIKID.I. Dum* •) Campbri: •" %  %  • U II M In < %  '...! mlh 'aiellBM cun".: %  nlni. II II U In %  of Und N contain! opri 1"H| .l.m.a and I....*!.,.i room. %  dnwmi Men with •unnmi water, honour loilei and bain I• • nd bain in yard, el-n ..nriaid riion • %  %  ) d*y between the haara Tho above property an* or Ml Ir at Public camax l iiion al ou eU'eot en Friday lh CAJW On. Packard B .i ni|i mil.. II AII A II. -t t ,., %  MM bo MR. %  a* %  pa*H I git, MMaaV, HOUSES BUNUAI..JW BL'NUAU'WS Two mod. FLAT* Appt' lo Field Dial < II II U • rAKAWAV l,.l.. ...inaBrd J bed room hmia. ft pnilii> .-oo.i I ..i.t p. plant. WaiPtmm .up,.,* Carport l Servant mini Monthly renl pa ,.| M rteir.| tharer IN ADVANCE l> MN 1 II M If Phone I IT* i (-.!„ %  NKWHAVKN #-ull lulflMhed bee MOM houee, Inn. .oa.t Doub.e Gar.. %  ft>rBiil IOOIM, UMi. %  clant. Wain will eupply Monthly rent I1F plui I ay"—•• Yfl'j PJOOMB—Two 'Ii larxair, roomi ffirbad'M Hake rick Lad.. JIHIN Blror Phone I.M :• II P Outboard Motor.til* uard and in Al condition Apply I W Allayn.. N.1' ...II. MX OJCCTKIUAI. LIVESTOCK iti it tun MECHANICAL ( %  AMiiiiA K.-I .* IMhrnXJ eoatad la -,ih r in altarha %  filtan uoa M for quirk -..I. la*, K. it* n i i.i rtw.i P 4fu Ik 11 S> -ii HOOtTA/n.T M.-.-I: Coaal Road. fully furnlaliad Inrludli.k lilldalrr, triephon* and IMdlBTuilon. Phuni alt IKNiMS I rurnlahd rootni for IMtil oppo.ll* Roy.I TkMlrr Baal aa. %  ..•Ihlii. Oarafa attachad Woak-onrii and holiday* arcrptod Phona MOI nilU In STflATIIAI (.AS rabruai y and Mai Dial Mm UNTlTtHISHED %  • room • latlnf paaturr bonlnd Oarriaui V. %  nrloard Yard Wirod rlavlrwii. avallabl* TalrpMHM MM Hlex Wa.cl.fk, LOUIS L. BAVLEY IMUkB Lur A II H Jri MaMllBTPR IMr 'aah llrciki.. lulUbk kliply Qoo. Eahaly, National )-dra< POULTRY iUJpCKLLANEOUS BOAT II T' •Boat J.AH1 IN M.*ri Mann* l> iinr Krd I.IMHI 0>. • %  -ill and mitiHi in Bin rlaa> ..mo Krady Mr Uuatrhtnd Ml Ib. |dd O kral Will ell In WIM.IP ..I and lc.d aaaaraMlv Boon nmr Dia Maa.i.1. ... Skmnar II II M HuaonfiAkW tvn,.!. Kaaaat b*.t MOlMilDi.i na^UIPMBNl h If you knew her secret you, too. could he more cbaTBlnt, lovely, attractive -. od lha aactof of bar %  tUMtivarHrM ii Oelo-lx>N't>. Oon i Idt %  B l lal f odmii •mi] you, u.-a) • Odo-Ro-No eaMy M opa pirtpl. rM4M ud odotu foe > full 2 4 bouit. • Odo-Ro-No ilmye craom. lotiMr -OVTM !•( gritty mo in op#I1 J.,. • No rlrcHl.ifkJil CfMUD ii ao humiMi ID fcbiia M Odo-Ro-No. • No ddodoraot crama Ii n n( Jrr !• tWMi MniitfT* tkla. dad fa Ii M> ODORO-rO re ubi pubUcoUon In laMtn tonUci i OB to r„ Ad.ocata i"o Ltd lava •I mi •T 4 Bl I ( M | Ti KEB 1|*M'I>I off.r at Hrd>wad Prlca-a Tlurli and Qkr T>rr >• %  ,*. 10. olio |fl AOOId. top II Dial MM I Aulo TV"Co if || Si—t4 n I TOOl-p-ili |-d> peanut Maehm, Hi |_dwood TUTkVMd l-lhwllh i.lr rvat and C-bU.fi ol lumiiur toolk |' %  "" Ml || || J*_Sn %  IB %  .! MBlH^aei) roaa kl Darbairr. llouar II Appiy E. C. Hr-.itl | • MM •• ii %  : %  .*.. i od *.< mbar at I CAI i mui in* JBkh irbUNQTON M, mUJL II II M--M. llf.Pt.UlV Oew **".,.! Mi mi un ..VBII tr d>aKta> imm. I • ar dM...ii,.. dlnlm mo.,, kltrl.m. II w.th pump aeW Mamna Souar. h A, i', 'i Ire li-n. i %  fi >. lnwiaiUuii dial JM* AUCTION kttatM inn. tn. Inauianr* Ci %  II aril u* Thuraday kMI VI hovpmbfr Bt t o'clock al tli|l||. MaaaM ...naua. ovrr u„ t,„ atr j u* amaad poiurd. Tarma raah D ARTY A BCOTT. Aurlioiiari All trOW .At* ol PHIl i iiurtloni Irum Bdoa At" l will aril by .... i lab Cd. Bay Htrorl ... Prlda> Nth Nnvtmow at I o'clock onr Hi now OM Uutk ha. Uoianicall. -ula which I. II Ii |ii |, l( MMJ and la l>u It fi !..,. Illr a| a low i Him • i,, i bl •rrn -n> da. .' D'AHCV A SCOTT id II M n SEA AND AIR TRAFFIC In Carliale Bay Night To Falher'H Estate (.luiimil CHANCLRY SALE %  .1 ... . a ..... Svaut'll It,.cm in -Inch Ii !I!M at Hied ddtta fo< 32 peichcs of Und al %  a left ta pk N-ihjnirl innins. %  adjeuined until -'. M. Mi.nour Mi A. J. If H,inwhA-ll In tha* Court uf Original Jurisdiction of tha rXnltianl Court of AOIHMI F.irol Innlai brothrr of InniM to trylni to estaMuh utlc IfM Und which ha uld wad in |0 him by his father by a i it-d of ttift sflmtHlme in Sepi mlirr 1MI THI.MliA : Mofrah. C Kudnrii" V I>nr. l> I-o* I Lriir %  l.adB VI Well.. U Itan. V BantaalU. "Bantar,,. M PMt^oe A nautar. I PurterdrM A WbyM C...hB,.l-. II HUM. and H... Alonu entitli,) to :hu portion of Und| BaaaWaj he u> the dideit ton aad heir Bl law to hie father > eitatc. i He denied that hii father madtM deed of gift to his brother and ilreged that hi* f..th. %  atwH Ml read or write I bjBjBj BTfJhi live* at ulludcn Road. St. Michael producfd to the court acvenl witnciMM who gave pvidane* to' the rffact that hb father Joatrph' Inntoa wu able to raad and write i One of theae wiuiai n a was Deighton Carrlnfton. a clerk 1 | the Barbadoa Government Saving' E. T Brancker iDftrucj Hank who laid that Joaaph Innln: lad by Meaan Griffith k Haynea, I hiid ..[>ened an account at the '%  .Helton. |g ;ii>neiirtng on behalf JRank and signed hii name to the f Errol Inntoa. awount. The land having been advar-1 In 1937 ha raqueitad that the •-!. Aloiua Inniu tiled a claiminame of Errol Innlaa be added to' n tha grounds that he wu : lll account al a truitee Tha Una—rnrntio. m dat. i PI-AIN" 1 ID ihiua Darrrsi.II.M*J l-RANCU DOMA1J) taAltNBI I'tWHl i corlal %  ,-..> %  II naun and 1pm for tad lurn and an MM* i> -11. br art dy on adkb eMeoeda ta g r aaunr hdun UaMU BaM Pull *aBMatuaBri > il t.. thr public ro...I i r'.nt •..! I Ibr arm* may buM and bound butnUnce and emiaai on ,-i.ri •• %  I^T raic* i /.• • e MT Of BALE I Drcronbdi. IBM SHIPPING NOTICES III • M ,1 |fl| I „ . | On Tanday S...-U... IHk THIN.(IAD K*^ B Oil-.,.. J riooc. Kaddh. J y. H1( ,drr K T-... ItunM Uou Ouodr (.HEMADA nl. A i —a J IKire PBrl v..,t. ST KITT> %  %  i. PltrKT* itli-O Wlklr> ifl..dIk. IliaaaHHl H.m. 111.!'. Itttar. ntcaivod Irum Mtl nmar I will I1 at h.r li.i(t> "AU.aU • %  %  .ruin.,.n Wrdnr-b.* .^xllStt Nov-nbor boainniod at II %  ...lock "t ctiliia lot uf hnoarhulil f..,„iturr %  1 HuM, ,o,k... 4 low rradina lamp.
  • ln|lr brd.lradi wilh ^.n„|. Jiri ag lafeMa, %  pim.u Minus HII IHI:HMM.\tilAin 1MB Norm io MiMaaaa NulKr I. bBTBbl |„, n h „ ln B.U. !" *' cl< "ctl to MiiuOri. on ATXTPUIAV. No% !" nbrr rind, from a ta lor Ihr COW tH i OATK Baby f ol Ihr ConuBlttoa, LIWUOR LICENSE NOTICE lafJaUrUla AND BBMOtAH Th. application of Qo'dun Hrdman I rw. SI John the po,cha^ ^•f (aojuor Ucrmso No. H ot IBM (.anted %  t-ct ..I board and i&MtMl %  fMa si johi I :. aah ra M Mig %  dravrihrd prri in.t u., ..i N^niiMi. iveu HAra-tH. ram. BM M-IKlLlr, I f 9AMUE1u.i A,,,:.. %  B applaralion -ill !• c.ai.xl I.H'rnaina Court In b. hUI oi brr. lid), al II o'clock • I I A W HMO-': Dadl ( a ii uii OFFICIAL NO f ICE : I ... | ,"N Til ABBIBTAM I til MI Ol VIII M Kqiiilablr Junvdulion. •JataUl AltTIHIt MAHSHALX IAHOLD Of Ote) ll.ll.M..-. runic till 1111 Jn id. Dandrufl an. n-althy natural hair I., ell If fariaa u BajMarua in i Tied oaly Mr KNIOrtTS LTD glva* boltlr ..... i -I follow thr directions and you will .IrlUhtrd wllh UM raUlHi dM ObUlnablr nl KMI.IIT. I.TH %  t in BM above aclion mad* i lb day of Novembat. 1K>I 1 '!*• M all prnon. Kaviru, Ml ihl w. kolaraal in oi an.. Baa I i"ibraner .rtUn all thai "• Bored ..( i.nd mu.ie n • 'hr par-h of Baml Orom -n.| ir.d .unlainnut by admoa.u' i-torn perchr. and miar-aill.. Abutllr t "lundkni on land, no HBlBUBaa on und. no. BL Mill aa landi i.u lUMMh and IB a pn>, iido v> M I WMOLIBALE a air AM SagdiUi BBtpdi .1 PBJTMI H nrpg ai I %  lllrd by PORTER linilKE To rUirbuck II II 5*-an TcLife a deligi\t to FURNISH HOME BRIGHT £"25 "M-icuriNfj v.,,,,,,. -"**'" Vantli Rlu-U. MM up %  V-JM2L. ,,e '" MBhoMny W. ir ;. land. WEup. „thr. Waal _' "*' "• %  *•<•• lort vdr %  JM^LMha. Cr.dlr.. NlihlMaTc-^sTrp .cr-c-rtmBOOM rVKNI-rVRg nd Caned • •••a sen..Mun DRAWING IMn... LS. WILSON l aim i III AI IM I II I MMMMM r. ad Irn faol %  B mill ui road or howavor B|M line may abut and bound to bring 1 mr an acvaunl ol their uid ilalmi ih.ir -iinoe. do.un-.,i, and •r.. u. be ciai. d by % %  „,, an* Tuaoday. or rtda bclwr.n U, '" -^ II inoun. -nl ,,. |n. ...... .... Lie AalUUnl Cuuit .,i .\piwm al Hou e. Uri I r labiu-o l*Hl itura and |.ih-i>. %  1-1 ..... I ,.. iTwiudrd Iroin ike banaOl id in ""1 Dwiar. and ba dapcArd "1 %  dalnal ".. bj aid alao iiuiiiWd UMI VM I aiimd thr M tha 4th day ol f>bruar<, IMS, H ..clock a.-> whoa their aa|d oMun STaS ""'' "" %  '"" r U TALMA. Clrrk ol Ihe AaellUnt Couit .( A,,-.: OFFICIAL SALE itanra "iw I i oi a %fTt*AI i.i %  i... J.,, .... i, in, AKTHUH MAHMlAi -*"lauil fi VLNCEMT VkOBKEaU PdMPM k C M heirby given th.i b. vtilur •I.i f Hie Aaai.Unl Couit Of %  led the Iklh da. .>f N.^mlai. e w.ll be acl Up for aalr to • i bidder at that Omee ol tha .if Appeal .n 11 .. i.idirtowu. horn, of II noon, and I U..I Ol itM %  in* pariah al % %  aforraaid con lain m| by a parch or th afdaadkrll boundIni on land* now i .. II .. Und. noor lair .v.iriia Maaeiah and on %  pmaia%  irn fret wldo ovrr which Ihrra bl a i of w—> to Ihr publld road or .< -in t* art up for sale on rear* I.. day bat-rcn Ihe .am* maaanar M . d for a M I leae than *• II Lied Ihia llth d*. ot November. IBM. r G TALMA. M the AMW.I.1 Oaurt ..f Appeal %  I] -l :,, WA.VTEII MISCELLANEOUS WANTED TO Bt'* I Ttml IXiRRY In a ood .ondlUon lull tallk and price Io Boa Q H Advu.aU I'MVERSITY i mm MIIIIIMIIAI \Ollt I POST OFFICE NOTICE t IIRlatTMAS < AKUS The Oaoanl PuUU II reminded that thwe ia NO 8PBI lAi RAT1 Or POSTAGE rOH CHH1STMAS CARDS, the late Of) I'mt'.. ing applicable, to auch packets for local aa well aa o%tTaea delivery, provided tha packet U NOT acaled. These rates arc ai followi :— |aptaj Not exveadmg 4 mi 2 centa Each additional 4 ozi. or part I cent Overaeaa Horface Mail British inn.li. and Eg*p4 Not exceeding 2 oil. 2 cents Each additional 2 on. or part I cent Other t ouBlrle. Not exceeding 2 <./.* 3 rente Each additional 2 ou. or part 1 cent Healed) parketa are subject to the rate of pontage on LETTERS Pull postage Is payable on AIH MAIL packets whether aealod ii unsealed, except in the caw of unaealed packets addreMcd to the 'mted Kingdom for which there n a rate of 12 cents per half ounce. ROBERT A. CLARKE Colonial Poslmaster '.eneral Poit Office, 2I November. 1052. ADVOCATE 1 STATIONERY OIITITONI. %  ABVUlOa ItcjCUUllol.* I Students 1*52-53 terns. < .iii.in1.itis who me piepanivg [oi External Ex..:iuiiat". Un|va**lt> of London are advised that the 1952-53 regulations have iiecn received and may ba SCMI .it the Depaitmcnt ol Education. a (our Ufa may ba in danger. Noaaa irormrrl, known M Hynokt, | M M adical dlBinvary. raducaa High g|e %  g -*d with (ha Aral doaa. iskaa a load otr I'. haan. .,,.1 naahaa "Mir iaa law dap*. I ..if caakMMt 1oda> %  .yj^" 1 ** M Mia^p aa MaUh UNEQUALLED for keeping dogs fit Dag r.pe.n all ovar (M warld kaaw %  ad MM atnbaw < tag Mhttura. I <• krrp your do* -. mgafrathrr MIO.U.MLI ih*i. __ %  '..i, B...I-.-'. D,, M.tlurt 1 • .inluii il hat bn ir^ofmwil a. a i i .1 i..in. and .oadmunri Medt %  oodheahhde.1-.' t.y. %  'arts ;.";:':,: %  vat. aufaraftv. m dape la ho* .limatr. Wbairrrr breed' l.e P nim in Ana condition. .jirr Brrboo/i a in.) you will nou.4 Uw ddbraoor ia youi I. 'H from Ibr .lait VJJ w arlliaa aaW raw BENBOWS %  :.r. DOG MIXTURE HAIR BEAUTY I.IK uHll* IM, nil IIAII I tUiiiiM.; ii, IK1IIU 1 [ %  *( Mil I LONDON CHAMBER OF COMMERCE — MPRINCi EXAMINATIONS, 1953 Form> of entry for the above examinations may be obtained >rom the Department of Education. Garrison, ENTRa* FEES: rlraarnUry ttlage—for each single subject $ 1.48 Orllfieatc Stagefor each single subject except Foreign Language* 2.28 aae|j Foreign Language # .. .. 4.00 Sehw.l Certificate of Commercial Education 12.00 .IlKher Stage ^(or each single subject, except Foreign Lauguagas 3.00 Forma must be completed and returned to the Honorary Secrcl.ocal Education Committee. London Chamber of Comme ,it the Department of Education. Garrison, together with a copy !:. i th/Baptismal Certificate and the fees, on or before Wednesday. Slat DcceMber. I95Z Irepartsnant of Education, Barbado*. I ANNOUNCEMENT \ ; Wo h;ivr just roccived our first shipmont of NOVASEAL ^ Compound for undtrcoatinn Cars, clc, Io protect K them against weather and rust. The cost of underK L-uatniL; will be approximately $25.00. Please comrnunif cate with COURTESY GARAGE—Workshop DepartS ment, for appointments. 22.11-52.—6n. \ UNIVERSITY COLLEGE HOSPITAL OF THE WEST INDIES Applications are Invited for the post of Registrar in Obstetrics and Gynaecology (ft the University College Hospital, Allies to commence on or as neai as possible to tt April. 1953. The appointment will be for one year in the firm instance. Salary will be in the scale £700—£1,000 per annum, depending on experience and qualifications, and in subject to a deduction of £100 pa. in respect of board, residence, etc. Return first class passage by aea will be paid. Further -information may be obtained from the Ho>pit;il Manager and Secretary. Applications with full delad and two recant testimonials, winukt reach (he Hospital Manager and Secretary, University C..Ik-ice Hospital of the Wast Indies, Mona, Jamaica. U.WI. before the 15th of January, 1953 aa>eaQtt>eaad)dMMMi XA-a MR. PLANTER We recommend the famous — for vmir serious consideration MASSEY HARRIS 42 B.H.P. Heavy Duty 6 Cyi Diesel Engine WHEEL TRACTOR (Al... .....iL.I.I,wilh Half-Track.) wilh our 5 Ion, ALL-SIUKI. CANE CAKTS filled wilh over-run Hi..kr. ..ml I'm-uin.in, Tyre.. lbBM unil. have itlr.adv been tried and proved Io Ihe Mlbfarllon of Iheir owner. — be .. .... ; .i tit, -, tallsfied owner.. LET US ASSIST V 'V WITH YOUR TRANSPORT PROBLEMS (iihci M...cy Harris A^rnulmral Equipment available includes — (IKASS MOIItKS AND I 11 Mil i:s KAKES PEN MANIKE I.IIAIIIKS ,\NI1 HAGASSE MAM Bl SPREADERS FERTILIZER DISTRIBUTORS Elc, Elc., Elc. Your Enquines invited :— COURTESY ROBERT TIIOM DIAL 4616 Whitepark GARAGE Jut the l.tilr .nop In the vlUaga where tha II..1 Hook.. Statlopatr . \\ CARIRBCK -iaccept Cargo and PaBarnarr. lor .a. MonlarrrBl. Hera and KIM. Bailh.| M 'V alONKA" wil i.ri-l Card" and Pa.a. near* (O r*ajUjUaa. AnUaua. Monlaerral UW I. HCHOONtM OWNIJtSAS-SOCIATK N [IMC I HARRISON LINE in I .\ \I:I II FEOM THE UNITED KINGDOM Vraarl rram Leavra D-w |5th Nov. 28th Nov TACOMA STAR SCHOLAR" B S.S. 'PLANTER" Liverpool .. M'brough 4 London 17 "> Nov l7,h Dec. London 28th Nov. llth Dec. .. Glasgow & Liverpool29th Nov. 10th Dee. IIOMKHAKI) FOR THE UNITED Veaael Far S.S. "BUHMOUNT" London B B J 'Hii .IJ.S* H'll Kl; 1 London KINGDOM Cleaea In Bwrbadea 21st Nov. 22nd Nir For further Information apply to DA COSTA & CO. LTD. — AfcienlCANAtolAN suit it i: iianiasmi] RBAI OHM M Dec. M Doc. 1 Jan. S Dee. Il Dae. laoiilrd i-aiviKii Aiommodalian Available r further information apply: Da COSTA a CO LTD ; Phono 1IM \'KW VOIIK si itt it i; (tvrev nun WIEKSI ariAMia •none .\i;tv OHM: ws si IIVH i; iiMiaMHi.il HIKAMgB ITBAMBB 4 Doc II Dr.' Doc. SO Dec II Doc. 2* Dec jo Dae. 4 Jan M.-v IH HI Kill "Mr. THERM does it ifaln!" See the NEW GASIL BE Fit I OCR ATOMS At your (.as Showroom to-dav oparmUlu b> NATURAL GAS and for our country friends KEHOSCNK HIUHK.X ctrrumv of nil tlcscription : SPOONS, KNIVES, PORKS, FISH TURNERS All obtainable at — CENTRAL EMPORIUM cnr. Broad & Tudor BtB Wednesday, 26th November, and Thursday, 27th November, 1952 LIMITED Road Agent. On Wednesday 26th November and Thursday. 27th order of Hi lulhbert furniture and household nee. Casablanca. Maxwells Coast Road.



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    r\c.r 11 v BARBADOS ADVOCATE SATURI1 \\ SON I MBER 22. 1952 Justice Chenery Goddard Declined Honour Nominated W.I. Selector Mr Justice J \\ B > ., : he Barbad .... ; %  rd of %  Mi i A I : %  Mhtfa Mssaben i . a member nf the Hoard %  he woukr reconhis %  he cov BM he ..'it be placed %  %  %  i. | lard declined to *i in i'-". ... i •• ent foi • i • )ob. ". \ M I Of I LCMSBBJ %  j' %  %  %  Leagut Cricket Notes F.A. Should Reserve 60,000 Cup Tickets By SCRIBBLLR ;n intcival ol m in all i the Barbados Cricket League will ; it:'C ty and Central Division* the last I I %  %  will b.kt-en on the raauU of tha .tames in the i I>t\ M i: Uaafl are meetim? comparatively wwk "I weather will b bit; factors in not !*• too acutely interested %  I Mr AallPI J W. B.^CIftNT.EY Plaj off thai should . U : I %  %  %  %  in the clicui lane* %  >n Trophy. Play Starts Today For Golf Title D4vi rm engaged un St I.,.. si A . ttn R Dan I i . itutsinif %  I I I single I I Ihi'li II.'.' %  K i*n them the cup. Southern DhrWOB %  %  'i the flxUirni f>! t 'if %  the probU Ixattuc I oflMa) %  %  Lanes Shamrock vs. Searles .... Boarded Hall Sponge* vs. Sydney Syu> %  In this division. ln< r %  1 %  i mpMnshlp and %  It III whicn football President In transit U Co. i i )f the By C.KORGK \W1UIM. It you happen to be a spiv, sturdy regulars are left on the r icketeei i noa man. or outside and NOT looking in. •qukfc merchant, you will l susjsssst the FA ihuuld reserve st 00,000 of their tlckeU to ihe distribution of Cup Final be shared between the two tickets. You will doubtless have lutalists .it the expense of those own pftvata *heei>minor clubs who, under the lung ago. present distribution scbea i : you t>e worryUig c. i ore than 40.000 you move in social pieces ol Cup Final cake each Llrelaa. In those circumstances, season. you hove only to pull the approI suggest, too. that the FA i.riate string to secure comfortsbecome a little mm BOB n n.odation st Wembley on their payments u> Cup Firal 1953. teams. „,, me can take her Appearance Mo.ie* Trinidad fOR WAT LOOK AT THE EXHIBITION tha Lady Kodney I foi U rtnuda. iiting if she thinks lhat. having A1 the'moment. a member .. Amateur Footb.ll Asa* \ '.'f B<>* the woTuTbc waitinl Vv !?'£? £t ."& £2 ""' "aT '•SSL***' 3 Syii?S h?r ^rnoonT he £ ft^ H CUP rtnaU are conL-agu.nre UMU Aral I iiharpssa, social! tee, rions Losing finalists slay put at n and .ill others within 5—and act noiet for ttW meaning Off the Old Pals Act So whet hspj IN. The common or garden pin.,1 p | a yeis manage to "acquire" pOOowar stands an excel, nuchal of tickeU — and how t cbanea Ol lieltig OIT. Apthey dispose of same is uppar. the Football Assocution illy no butinati off • t. do nothing about it. Or eun nln#. ,hr J '. L „ „ Cut out these under-lhcEsch year the Cup Fll rouod-tha CO Mr ir.nnsin 100,000 sp'-etators. which, al actions. Give all 22 Cup Final •he most conservative of cstim[.layers [100 eich, exclusive of ..tes is about one-llfth of the ..ppearsnees ir previous rounds number who would like to hr ; „„| , hlnk you wU1 tn ^ n |ind there -. dyed-in-lhe-wwl Ian*. ,hem becornin t less and less inlupporters of the gnme terwtad m >.ndigniiied deals In nd black" ticket Rt IIABVFY %  ... .;,,,( be v.ry vital in" determining the %  Erie* hei .; toda) will be two-dny 'HC days as orhi lc event igin.illy pLmned. lhat will %  Gun Hill MvltsM iargeat entry of thi |„ u, P Q on, three TO-DAY Is the last d ,v ul played 1 to be be muking the l ,„ r th, il.iyed I Today's Cricket (.rjtKti ana me upvninu n.,. .,„. -K.^.^-^,,W,^_. ,„ KBI, "" .n !" lh,"i Ci'rclnm ?*\t£i 53 ?. -..T" h %  ?. h .:„: The fixtures nre as sOlla FIBNT DIVISION i . Police irk. I'd hai baaa .i l.utnight. INTI.K.M>:DI\T: V M I Umpires I %  %  ; U .for more ihw £" **'>" >"*'*!>* ,lrsl ft"Ings points In the Other. This total ad >i Qapggaj :itly sufferer! the loss of '•" %  where h and the In;. tie tMf. but III ib* two vincible match h he has bad ->i HocUay Tho ParkHi shown that he hai 10 t ^ti potnSl and will bavg I %  %  %  %  % % %  %  i utt : i UM %  n ih %  %  • %  ,,. bong ol Id Rodger %  ugh td thick thin I weather. The Cup nMl USCi| (o ^ a I^an Ration -mr -now il is one of Ihe most Of those 100,000 tickets, only Bagraat. rasDM in sport. There 12.000 are allocated to each of must be SOMr f rescuing the finalists, which might lxit. considered a pretty lean ration Mj OWB rvm.dies may not look! when the teams concerned an too bright from where you are dubs like last season's performers t-.nding. If you have any more' — Arsenal and Newcastle. : i arkling ideas to offer Each of these packs an average hear them. But don't tell me %  ata" of 50.COO for every home that all 100.000 Uckatl should i.mi" ihrouKhoul tha saaaaB, and !*• allocated to Chelsea! M Cup Final day. these UK.H. I-l. Comdr CHARLES TIAYWARD under Article 4 of the ocnl Fond Production (IVfencC) Nil .| Order IB42 No. 2 Mr. W. W. Raace, Q.C. SoUcilor .~... Hay ward who was '•' %  neral appeared on behalf of T. Hinds. Police Boys Club in this drVtsone of Ihe Urst pa-sengcrs to travel !l Crown while Seale was unWlndwanl n Cabla /v Wbalasa %  itl bq ... pla ?. '", '"^ n nrp '"" of ""I* un<1 ,hcw "" la the Lady Nelson m 1KB %  %  'resented. atCongoRond Umpires O I % %  >i, i, u : QQaUy decided MOM strength to winning four n now nmitinn ., trip m ih V 1*1-lid G. rordo. l '"' ">* outrighl. tbj mg on Its last voysg. mm the WILLS ADMITTED mexwlr-V vs Spartan MOl I ,., -•.....,„„„ %  •. !" l ^" West Indlss, He exWu [OR Umpire l C. ( : ,.r^c T !!> can only claim M back fa Trinidad by xfciv more 1 polnb Theli chances o ems Mitold ih^ iditr.b •>,., „„ ( -.> Fine For Nol Plan ling Crops At District IC Police SUtion rett. petitioner and sff. H. Bar's Worship Mr. C. I* rett. respondent. |n which the Walwyn lined P. G. Seale of .c-cree Dial was granlcd on i .'-.ul.md Plantation, Christ September 26th 1952. ? U i rC ?iJ r la S nt ,Q P""" %  The petlUooar was represented Jl% of his Brabsf. i M ( K Wjilcntt QC 'In certain fowl cropin Mru , the n u 1951-52 as Scaly. Solicitors. i ilred by ihe (ompetent AuMessrs. Carrlngtoi UCOND DIVISION eg P gt College —Umpires r. Archer nnd B. Down v Combermere vs Windward %  < "" Ump ra and B. Clarke ran. Vl Empire ul Bay Umpires T. Bowen and K Quln%  %  %  Sonja Henie Is Not Afraid Just I Lordship tho Acting Chief Mi J, W B Chenery in ST ANDREWS. Ne Sonja Hen it "-'Ith.y can obtain full points. Drax ,.; %  „ic CFA %  iL.ii b tba ools othai dub ... puSa 1MB eighteen holes will bo nlajn i tba final eightem toCarlMe Division morrow afternoon. The poattson in Int l At ihc While Hal conducted bo MvWoo ranalna as fluid t I A. B a n jg mjn on Th l chaneai irra thaf koda mug Ihe bidding was brisk and Ulure bel was no repre*enialive from Barbados. that he was most anxluus that the Barbados Football %  bould t ka its rightful place in :;viri of Ihe West Bnmswick. HOT, tl. said Thursday that Ihe Court J Ordinao yesterday proposals to match her RgBbut ar*mltted to probata Iha .wiiof Canada 1 Barbara Ann Scon for A. Banflcld, FlUCerald the World's Professional I hillips and Fit/Herbert Sag.of Championship mad* hai "van %  %  % %  "-' %  .'• Michael. unhappv" and -he wants to be Tilone. She said "I'm not interestHls Lordship also admitted to ed I haven't time" Viobate the wills of Byron Weekes of Christ Church and Joseph K. '"" %  s ott ** M '" Denver Colr-'ster of St. Andrew orado "id be willing to against S'liij.i m any lime M, l*IVORFS sorr.HT Menie made il clear todav lhal DIVORCES NOir.HT ^ ( ( waf unytn:ill( h „. vl |ling. hut the Court for Divorce and I denied heatedly lhat shi WE OFFER fi NEW SUITINGS M0& Plain and Strlpd TwMd— M-23 S6.ll. S6.70, S5.42 yd. ^jp Enqluih all Wool Pick & Pick In Blu. Gry, Blown—SI 1.78. S13.05 yd. w Enqlish Fancy Worawds $11.58. $11.83. $12.91. SIS 02 yd. H Enqlish Pin SWpod Snqt In Navy. Brown. & Black—$8.56. $12.00 yd. w English all Wool Gaberdines in Fawn. Tan and Groy. M CAVE SHEPHERD & Co., Ltd. 10. II. 12. 13 BROAD ST. TinI.MrOIITAM li. irln il> PRINCIPLES OF MOTORING :t Do not Uie your or AfgYeotively. Horn Needlessly I ''"n MwXscx'^a^^d^the 1 Ind es "" f imi '" r U,, J W ', B ., Cnon ^ v i nta, Rangers B and lRergreen ,, ir ^" n / , ^ ^ ^ r^" !" *hl h ? n PP 1,r ;J i& 'r Usrward v PoWd 'CM hold their own on B, '-'"." I""' uuesllon of Decree Absolute in the suit of Fosters I A. Harewood. Friemlfy G'rickrt A frienoiv game >f cricket will i g| st r.itn, i n Suadaj b t s n Si ratrick*i i i StraUan NI n iv begin, at 1230 .or Id. There Barbad %  I..HSt. Matthias are due f ,, "" : 0 1 ••**•""** %  "arWdos D i %  i -: ii, \„ ,. ., ... % %  to piaa bi u> m saci ' a W m "• ' '•"' h • | Paitfodo and P.M.C. renro Mtcn Rattored only to*"' wereN. G. Day h. F. A i this might be the %  *"* meeting. P I) ilcp %  Jim Kell*"•* when they meet Bt, Matthman. lag Th,. paMtion of the division is: — Thomas, petitioner and' Thomas. Resi>ondent. The. draw with ..nd handicaps, foil i U R Vlrimer (4). V \ The following will represent (M). W. 'Jranmim (21). no (Cspl I 1 0. Phillips. W. Aitcin*. | Klncb, II Masslah and P Nurse. "WONDERFUL" i ."" W. AtkJn %  borno (IS), P D Mi If), A. w Ternpro (12), 2.05— Fi h lamy | IH), I Nlbloch (M). tlO L J. M i kail (I IB), J Kellm n (l). %  V ii mts Club, St. MuMhiH* Telephone Radclirfe Ubertj Penrode %  %  %  Chamberlain Balflald %  Oarnas. Ilffhlrx U:tlrlis LOUIS L. BAYLETf ^ *sssass ssssssssssssss t e sn ss>>sss n i M sss< iafi? UJIM — £jco/wmUt£ .. USE . BOWRAN1TE WTICORROSIVt: /MAT The Krlentlev, Kneniv o( Kust The Proved Protector of Iron nnd Sleel GOES FARTHEST 1.ASTS LONGEST One gallon will rover 700—1,000 $q. feet, one coat. Slocked in RED, GREY, BLACK in tins of impcrisl measure. PII.INE 445fi WILKINSON & HAYNES CO LTD. Trinl I. in, LONDON Wonderlul Wimbleion' .. mm „f tba 1952 lavrn t' nnis championships, has Ix'en pro• luced by Ihe Sl.i/i goods ftrn I iha IS), n v. Km*i <22). lighiighi-i of the touirnament, : %  > film is also instructional, it con2.20—N. G. Daysh (1SI.G. Manprepaiatioii for tba annual flat slot* motion studk runfJIJ), K. Murphj against ihc Barbados r ^_ 11 log Iheb 2.25—E. A Ban | si oeuitton. This game will r •) favourite shots on thi.! %  Grace (Ifll. p.m. at ;l '. •• : % % %  Nisi v.. %  |ii moiinced on October 3. IP52. Mr. W. W. Reece. Q.C Solicitor General. instructed by Messrs Cottle Colclub, in M.nt.1 Ho.pil.1 ..nd th^ lm. '^ J=S ^" c, '", r ", l ^, l, "' ml laUni pail are:' l "*' 1 ' h P"'oner. Point,. B.r.l„ XI K .;.„.lard'(C:pII. .J**", **" c "" •*• m I %  , "in'l I" thr MH or J T. TMII Hindi, I. JonM, meci on T..,e,day proaent In pMfNKI of Ihe prol.lelcil lor Ihe tlrst lri..l Mnkf III '"',11,11; lo schvl 'lie learn .ir posed match again-' the Police quite possible mat XI. Bol u. 11 Lane Club it bj I luv'll DO II I-VITV liim.I IN THE SACK O= THE BUILOMG THE CREIOHT ELEi'ATOR IS RUM BY A LITTLE GOY. OL' POP AW PRATERIN Tl By Jimmy 1 l.nlo wmSSSSSSfe CHRISTMAS COM*?. BUT ONCE A YEAR WHEN IT COMES IT BRINGS GOOD CHEER DRINK ••PETER'S" COCOA EVERYDAY TIIKN YOl'l.l. BE CHEERFUL IN EVERY WAY YOUR WARDROBE FOR THE FESTIVE SEASON with these SHARKSKIN In Whit* only. In ever,il umlllie* —from tt.Q: to $8.76 prr yd. In Lemon. Rhitiil. Champ line. TurquuKr and PlnK at S' 11 prr d TAFFETA iRoth Plain anj Waaarssll In srveral nuilitii", and a full i.uu, of lovrl, % %  %  %  —from I1.1S lo S?0t per vd SELF-STRIPED SHEER In Pink. Ess'tirM. God. Lrmon. Sky. Rose. Silver. Turquolor and Whlt< al *"!"0 prr yd. EMBROIDERED ORGANDIE In Pink. Blue ami White at SS.WI lo S4.00 per yd. CHECKED C.RGANDIE In Sky. Powder, Nil. Pink. l.<-moii Bssl White at 7 FLCWERED TAFFETA Keautlful ransr of floral Piillerni at $2.18 SCREEN PRINTED SATIN Gorseou* Patterns at $4.S0 per yd. HARRISONS Broad Si. Dial 2664 I



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    WHAT'S ON TODAY Film* (or Childrtr. at BC Oft hat >>MMU 1 * i %  .. *. %  lhal lachi aaalatan* ESTABLISHED 1895 SATUHDAV *Vn4gCE:^J>rVE CENTS YESTERDAY'S WEATHER EPO*T 1 LADY RODNEY' SAYfr FAREWELL TO W.I. Three Nameti Severed Connections To Fill Tap Deplored In Barbados U.S. Posts %S. •• %  ..% %  •* IIOI.M V ier Dulu* I %  pi dfTmr* ex-.. retar> %  I Moton a* Se> i> ug M< K. %  n-inry .f ihe Ini-r*mSlill 10 of Attorney General ;ndidrctc BMni "ned t thli post ha* been Mi Hi: Stamen. ProudoOJ or 'he Univiv sity of Pennnylviinlb I %  %  iwehcd with M huner Thursday. \II..IIKT Culler Another taller Thursday was Mr. Wmthrop Aldrich. Cha.rmun of the Board of Chage Nation* Bank who had been i ; ir\ .,, T>,I> connection Mr BMnbo coolorrod Thuradaj iviu G Whitnev. Chairman <>• \ • >f J p Morgai ind and with Slnclafa llcan National finance Committoe Chairman. The question of the Treasury would pi 1 explored further during Mr Eisenhower's meetings Friday with four Senators, although hf %  % %  '• % %  • with Mr | probably will concern too the top post of Attorney General. Mr. Knowland. a ( .ilifmm.. Senator, may advise Mr. Elton§ on Pan : ThreeMonths For Assault HiWorship Mr. G. B. Griffith. Acting Pollee Magistrate of Dis T trlct "A" yesterday found 25year-old labourer PhnrWl Mind of the Ivy, St. Michael, guilty of assaulting Writ Server Bralhwailo on April 12. Hindi ITH nteneed to three months' ':. Lad) Nelson, run S I Bui!' B.1 1 n %  Lad |i 1 a i Dralu %  u t • I .,1 i i \Mtaes %  s %  tl Red %  %  men' %  12 I iblfl %  Fined 20/For Bodily Harm Caa no %  I l.m dlan l>vlaer. i |] kadaNJ %  IgfeU] 1' I. tOl >> % %  %  day ; "It is w %  run WhCl j i enalf of the Ofni %  Long Service Captain LaBlanc to pan Tin ii pulai wtth W< i Ind Vaughan mui Mi. A. .1 H. BonM 01 mj rMO h*w 1 court been working with I .vs. for ^i 10* lOU Old t. .., S .KMd to 'errin* Mill si James wai working for my ron M IUl Infllftlna IK-!.: I i harm on Dal, 13 but llicy fined Hind Hi I Indian 20/to I* i one month's uapi I H tlutinc i Lynch of Rock 1 I .'( %  ( r> CM •,. %  .'. Worship Mr. S. H. Nu: e ordered erring to tl lem of the Wo>( Indlin ^ ... Ifor hurin on Mayer %  Q.C., ap. : and im-'. 3'ootti Ung iKMlily prlsoninent with hnrd labour. (larm on I Sm. K. W Kiny attached toi B gai!ist M Cenlrnl Police Station prosecuted hot I: for the POlka while Hinds was! M, | R rot n The case for the prosecution I Ap|>e.il >. %  lhal on April 12. 1952 while, J)..U> Cpl. Byer had Hinds under Hall B4 JfJ H arrest, he made attempts to that on AlURMl *' •scape. Writ Server Braihwalta I gome, ivork In 1 went to the aid of Cpl. By. i l>efore Bmthwaite could reach aw Byer. Hinds had thn m i ibout M arrying the ground and bit him on the M ,„ H of th chin. tonai struck him on the led C.NJ O 'i Jta KM aaamplt reo .tT lie fi I l*ni Book. %  %  i w I %  •due] In iryhiK u, take the dafenda off of Byer. Hrathwaile rtctlvad Muriel Lyi a few cuffs rrom Hinds and kuk In the stomach. Eventually] v Hindi, was taken t., the Central n> -., . Police Statkev ImMi nd hit Cpl. Byer told the court that M .. had arrested Hind, on Hoc I.in k Street Tor the unlawful possession! i vl;it ,,.;.. __# khtri Uliul. knjl % % % % %  > %  il kliH I ol ' many Hinds had resisted hin IMPORTANT NOTICE It U our continuous aim lu linn, ton aii impraved piper. But II %  't.'lneere resret lh*l owlni I > Increased cool*. Inrludlnt the price of nrMoprlnl. w; are forced lo raise the prlcr ol Ihe DlJfa and Sund.> Vdvoejlrs from DeecmlMpr )il, in.' in order lo aBtffl out ihK polio (his linn;-. Ihr p'lrr id ihMrafhl more in line with other newspjprr* li ii %  % %  ii o nir.]. e o 4 o n I e a. %  liti MI ii Ii MIII > % %  • -lill hr. low some .l Ih Aft-r Ihr new price* reme l'*.!o force v-e hup^ Ii Increase Ihe numbfT of pur. in Ihe I*il> Advo. calr h inn. Iwire or Ihrellm* per u-erk. and %  — Kive ihe public in ini|ir">e| pjp-t The r pri"*. effective IWcmhiT l'. 1'i.r! will lias follows; TIIK B%RRAI)< \li\n CATC ilue*dav lo IgAgaekwl Trice per rnpy *>. ADVOCATE Company Limited M ind during thi %  %  k on hfs • the X%  out the %  /'/f/'f* Down In AI ton tic %  % %  %  %  % %  I : %  • I %  i I Ion. Sangster Opens 5th Session of R.fc.C. (r'roni Our Own ( Uri i".p*ndi-nl) I I %  Wh Ooi ll-n oil i i Hh.ipnyioic her laal U.N. Repulse Chinese Newspaper* n i X*T'MX i Comment On \\ ilhout Loss m l)uUi>ii %  I. Il.l> lb* rOKYO N NATION! %  than nu on the C II Eiuhili A I %  I Mr. I'iniiA Vi>si*i?t. K N.r Vole Of .niill.li -IT!'-. %  II m tie %  th> html %  % %  i irtlUer) eoq nanra v, u ?\ 1 fulled N ii The thn le, Id 'n,,:. maleriali when Prai Aiilome Pinay did not itti | ,, """-' : "''' I i radlti later < %  Uod 1'irr I. %  ,! %  proposal to raise family allow I-ONDON. Nov. 21. %  %  pron ml %  %  Mr null'% %  pel i !'ii %  '. | d ;.. laden* ileal if iw-mr' in his battle lo hold down *'\ n id. i without new laaea. Ihtfl Ih. Hill would in< n cent ami mid ... le balance •i I'I-: ,, ... hi. ve. Tti. |(i II %  %  %  %  if Re -ir. i v. A£T8 //7. i;isE\int\\i:it PUSAN. Nov ^1 3 %  %  he %  mtil h< %  v.r. Mr. Nehru IMeails For World I'eiu-e %  %  .. 1 tl in. In. Kon • %  %  pint in which H i i. I nUgfat Wall lend '-v .. loUg Cl" "ppreMiug liumanil> II.said: I %  tnd I am happ; iKtlnguishcd ripi. • nl ol New York, ere viewing it with %  %  %  I era io i xtn guish the apirit of war and i banner of peace In the world. 1 He said, "thus will the ll'iitcd N %  —I r %  ; %  I P Police Hold Terrorists DeJfcf Herald gaM \ir Dullei ikkfana am I irlth RuaMii nip1" %  I Of S. Bl I'. It ) MeI I \. w>. rhroaiele '. % %  %  . %  %  States % %  eign POlIC] 11 4 ensure thi .. %  h %  in the old | %  '-I.. I %  ,..i Held '• It said Mr Dultc.a. had of Ui'" ., llallj Teleraak I Mr lulU- wasoppoaed %  %  the %  i p :it I ' %  I %  1 %  %  %  %  %  Hopi i i ink i i would liv. %  I 1 our %  bOlt; A hlch hava p] \ them until | I I.mi ti. create " %  atmi a/Meh ail lerrltork < u go hai .. mine vl.tl.l. Ucal future We have the ability, UM lOCh manpowei ..II we tie. ..... in tl. !%  .i hutui i %  aorld |fj Qonv i -' Trinidad repllacl I .i fur In I f,. I 'I. . i ound thl tlble), dele*:.iteI ... %  :v tpprc elate Whal W9 gratulate rou rot having said I' hop lhal II >%  ... which H i ido UM appolntim nl of %  Tri CommlssloiK'i n. Ihg c K \ b ..f it E.C dun Nation, il Slcamshlpa and Special U.N. Session Set For Jan. 14 i %  %  ., he reporl • %  ) I * arils '! mi.'imr IftltBgen CAIRO, Noi II i al Mohammed Nagno omanl II tid by those i maUotoui rumoui and I %  i ..ii have i in a nai i %  kail ha .i.ivistd tltein li"' nt Ionian* > noi io n %  Prune Mlnurtai said then • io. *II groun of w %  i dellberetel) or i L Ho called on i.ittun to 'loin it. unit %  I work I". reunion." t t* %  %  Mon of thi %  %  %  %  %  i %  I i %  Mover* %  %  %  % %  il Sou'h AI-I i r famous Italian Philosopher Dies NAlM.r-I llll %  %  t %  MR m %  JUily'a greateal Ihinkei %  %  mourners who ft led Inwly past the beai B %  %  i the old wilace I who have %  %  ii %  %  lined ti. Ih %  %  if my beii : • ..ii. [ %  i.iinorro., %  I on the d;>y ol •>.' hjpl i P. V, For Fu//Time Enjoyment.. Stole hschalote %  %  he saw %  %  %  juse. HIS KXCELLBNCV THF ACTIMi OOVr.BNOR Mr. B. M Turner. poiad method of laascLuog UM 110-foot blidga which will be Uum Lod across tbe Belle Oully. In thptctui* rIrft to right Mr. P R. W. Carter. Hiirv-y %  H.BaUelleBCy, Mi l.i

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    Title: The Barbados advocate
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    Language: English
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    Publication Date: Saturday, November 22, 1952
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    ESTABLISHED 1895
    SATUHDAV .
    *Vn4gCE:^J>rVE CENTS
    YESTERDAY'S WEATHER EPO*T
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    LADY RODNEY' SAYfr FAREWELL TO W.I.
    Three Nameti Severed Connections
    To Fill Tap Deplored In Barbados
    U.S. Posts
    %S. ..%* IIOI.M V
    Ml FlMUhOWH
    named Mr. John Po>ier Dulu*
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    iifiit-i 11 -cl" Commndcn. hold
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    fOnffiin-d a! -he it ..mem wtth
    the Treasury
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    ed Mrs. Oveta Culp Hobbv of
    Houston, Tf-K.ii, in-w] .
    li*her I',-
    Treasurer "f the Amman Pa
    ration of labour, und f.-u id
    . Hi I s. oatot mil .
    Knowland, Henry Col
    H. Alexander Smith m
    Duff. It i* believed tl
    gave (he I'M :
    npinioiis on candidates fa the
    Labour post although the
    llkck < ;>ndidrctc BMni "ned t
    thli post ha* been Mi Hi:
    Stamen. ProudoOJ or 'he Univiv
    sity of Pennnylviinlb I

    iwehcd with M
    huner Thursday.
    \ii..iIkt Culler
    Another taller Thursday was
    Mr. Wmthrop Aldrich. Cha.rmun
    of the Board of Chage Nation*
    Bank who had been
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    connection Mr BMnbo
    coolorrod Thuradaj iviu G
    Whitnev. Chairman <> \
    >f j p Morgai ind
    and with Slnclafa
    llcan National finance Commit-
    toe Chairman. The question of
    the Treasury would pi1
    explored further during Mr
    Eisenhower's meetings Friday
    with four Senators, although hf
    ' with Mr |
    probably will concern too the top
    post of Attorney General.
    Mr. Knowland. a ( .ilifmm..
    Senator, may advise Mr. Elton-
    on Pan :
    ThreeMonths
    For Assault
    Hi- Worship Mr. G. B. Griffith.
    Acting Pollee Magistrate of DisT
    trlct "A" yesterday found 25-
    year-old labourer PhnrWl Mind
    of the Ivy, St. Michael, guilty
    of assaulting Writ Server Bralh-
    wailo on April 12. Hindi ITH
    nteneed to three months'
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    Captain LaBlanc to
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    Tin ii pulai wtth W< i Ind
    Vaughan mui Mi. A. .1 H. BonM 01 mj rMO h*w
    1 court been working with I .vs. for ^i
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    'errin* Mill si James wai working for my ron
    M IUl Infllftlna Ik-!.: I i
    harm on Dal,
    13 but llicy fined Hind Hi I Indian
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    one month's uapi I H
    tlutinc i
    Lynch of Rock 1 I
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    Worship Mr. S. H. Nu: e ordered erring to tl
    lem of the Wo>( Indlin
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    hurin on Mayer
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    and
    im-'. 3'- ootti Ung iKMlily
    prlsoninent with hnrd labour. (larm on I
    Sm. K. W Kiny attached toiBgai!ist M
    Cenlrnl Police Station prosecuted hot I:
    for the POlka while Hinds was! M, | R
    rot n
    The case for the prosecution I Ap|>e.il >.
    lhal on April 12. 1952 while, J)..U>
    Cpl. Byer had Hinds under Hall B4 JfJ H
    arrest, he made attempts to that on AlURMl *'
    scape. Writ Server Braihwalta I gome, ivork In 1 '
    went to the aid of Cpl. By. i
    l>efore Bmthwaite could reach aw
    Byer. Hinds had thn m i ibout M arrying
    the ground and bit him on the M, H of th
    chin. tonai struck him on the led
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    In iryhiK u, take the dafenda
    off of Byer. Hrathwaile rtctlvad Muriel Lyi
    a few cuffs rrom Hinds and
    kuk In the stomach. Eventually] v.
    Hindi, was taken t., the Central n>. -., .
    Police Statkev ImMi nd hit
    Cpl. Byer told the court that M .. .
    had arrested Hind, on Hoc I.in k .
    Street Tor the unlawful possession! ivl;it. ,,.;..
    __# khtri Uliul. knjl > il kliH I .
    ol '
    many
    Hinds had resisted hin
    IMPORTANT
    NOTICE
    It U our continuous aim
    lu linn, ton aii impraved
    piper. But II * 't.'- ln-
    eere resret lh*l owlni I >
    Increased cool*. Inrludlnt
    the price of nrMoprlnl. w;
    are forced lo raise the prlcr
    ol Ihe DlJfa and Sund.>
    Vdvoejlrs from DeecmlMpr
    )il, in.' in order lo aBtffl
    out ihK polio
    (his linn;-. Ihr p'lrr id
    ih- Mrafhl more in line
    with other newspjprr* li
    ii ! ii o nir.]. e o 4 o n I e a.
    liti mi ii Ii mIII > -lill hr.
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    Aft-r Ihr new price*
    reme l'*.!o force v-e hup^ Ii
    Increase Ihe numbfT of
    pur. in Ihe I*il> Advo.
    calr h inn. Iwire or Ihre-
    llm* per u-erk. and
    Kive ihe public in ini|ir">e|
    pjp-t
    The r pri"*. effective
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    as follows;
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    In th- ptctui* r- Irft to right Mr. P R. W. Carter. Hiirv-y H.- BaUelleBCy, Mi l.i Junlor Englnacr; Mr W H Oarrod, Chief Engineer: Mr E C Phrflts, kesldent Mechanical EnKlneei: ai.J
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    BARBADOS ADVOCAlt
    SATURDAY. NOVEMBER 22. IS2
    rahib galling
    M\
    V I MILLER. MCP,
    Junior Mernbci for Ihe
    i st. Ooras. ui it* Bonn
    of Assembly. axpccts to leave to-
    da> by B.W.I.A. for Jamaica
    where be will attend as an ad- H
    Tiaer, the Fifth Meeting of the
    Wait Indian Contemn. <- which
    open* at Monlego Bay next week.
    The other Barbados Advisers
    attending this meeting are Sir
    John Saint ..iwl Mr. F 1. Wal-
    cott, M.C.P They are already in
    Jamaica Attending as Advisers, a
    meeting of the Regional Eco-
    nomic Committee.
    Won VatkU
    1EAVING for St. Lucia yeaUT-
    * day afternoon continuing th'*ir
    trip around the world a
    and Mrs. Eric C Hiscock In Ihe i
    30 ft yacht "Wanderer III.' Ac-
    eaaaaaythS them as far as St.
    Lucia was Dr. David Payne. Dr.
    Payne plans to go over to Mar-
    Unique .' banfl re-
    turning to Barbados.
    Vakinr., ona of the other two
    U.iy. is
    pected to -ail at 2 p.m. to-di
    ' .1. ... while Mavsvaker
    :
    t'anudiein I i*Hor*
    Al^O holidaylm. i.er- as
    cuaati .it Cacrabaak Hotel
    are Mr. and Mrs R. M. Good-
    enough and their two children
    Glen and Marlene from Weaton.
    Toronto. They arrived by T.C.A.
    on Thursday and will be her* for
    two weeks' holiday
    An Au Engineer stationed at
    Malton. Ontario with T.C.A., Mr
    (;oorienoucn iaid that this U tbeti
    flrf vlaft to the Island and they
    Bfl .'xtremel.v pleased to be here
    in "the land of sunshine" with
    the tempera'ure at 85 degree- in
    contrast bo thai in Canada at St
    degree*.
    /' tm u \LTHOUGH only arriving
    Barbados <>n Thursday by
    T C A. for ihe tint time. Capt.
    and Mrs U. II. McArthur from
    Vancouver. Brltl-h Colombia have
    seen Mi.TV.ent in the Island to
    warrant their returning next year.
    They said that they found
    everyone extremely friendly and
    had a "special word for the traffic
    men who were ver-
    .cells' holiday in ,,OUB at aI! u"m*- T"0? ar<" nuestr
    Barbados is Miss Marjori. '" < ^"^a ?k**' i
    Porter. District Nuree of Bclmont. Cap*- MJAr,h"r_ 's Pll*
    I'ort-oi-Spain. TrtnldatL She ar- V.p*r,MnB (or. IS A- r* rived here recently by the S^. Vaiv-ouvar and Winnipeg
    Pnntmnntrr
    MS
    MILLER. MCP.
    SPENDING s
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    H. STARS
    VOt/
    ii -i [ 11 it a 'mw.i-Mildly
    Uv.iur&klr lor iron well *J. 14*1 nrk I'll e.i.i,l.miv 1th dallf
    ataltott. Day nw*a-
    ADVOCATE BRIDGE
    y M. Harmon-Oat
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    A tan-card suit is such a
    rare freak that it baffled the
    experts in the 1960 Master*
    Individual Champ ion sn ip
    TV tmsl cootrw. at all so
    '.Dies aaa r*tve D"*0100*^
    Diasaond. the ouiw *jik3 to
    riptalt the silent trap ft.
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    erda:
    Ihntritt \uri\ TrinitU.it
    for St. Uic
    due
    ttgu
    It is understood that theiv an
    I've or six more yachts on Ipai
    way to Barbados (mm England
    Among tnem are Beraod. owned Colombia and Is a guest at
    by Mr. Tom Worth, wealthy fcng- ton-on-Sea". The Stream.
    Hah businessman, and anothc ,
    yacht, skippered by Mrs. Ann D- Improving
    VMaofl rl is believed that if Mr *yf ISS RUTH CATO, Cashier of
    Davidson makes the crossing friwi. 1V1 Square Deal Stores, St
    Las Palmas. she will be tho (lrsi Georges, Grenada Is much im-
    wonunio cross ihe Atlantic b> pj-ove,, now wnce ,,, cttmfJ over
    yacht ^'ehandiM wine .^ m ,he ln
    Sailed Thm Seas ,, hral,n
    MR. and Mrs. John Spencer of She In a guest of Rev. and M.
    Fairylands, Bermuda are now S. Winter C. Crosse. of Ebenezer 'lr ***** to *"* Island,
    in Barbados for a holiday. They Manse. St Philip Mrs. Crosse and Regular Vinitor
    were among the passengers arriv- Miss Cato are cousins. H*RS HELEN TOWNSEND
    fbu' raaffifiT*"' ' *>.* .. AMIgua l gg. Cg-gjg, USA
    Thlj K Uirtr (Irst ,Mt u, Ih. w ,d MItS. CYRIL MOB- ,,S ," i te bik VSJ
    ,^nd .d JS, .n, h., ,0.. 01 JV1 SON who ad bon hoU- J^S hi^ h.. JT,
    ti. v,. .. ., U.lor ... crw 't '"'tH.*..'" '!fJi..hr.".i ?."d ." * a" ""' M'nn'
    nentlon to hom uvd It* obi
    At ..( st -.1 i* -iniNBtS ;
    -Hi,it iriMf) il) DM I I
    hy often jot i*n tt U 'or
    UMI rstnr dsr Co pxtiBn
    p*o*i
    ISitUam*
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    *i|R J R. LAMBERT. Po*t-
    V'I master of Bart lea Ewaquibo,
    Mrs. Lambert, arrived yea-
    mornfng In the RMS.
    l.ndy Aodnev for :t holiday and
    ..re staying with their relatives
    n Barbarees Hill
    Mr Lambert who Is on long
    leave, expects to remain here for
    .ibout three months. This is his
    ssssrss
    JAM4ST St I
    .Aqurlax c*Mt
    ,. ss^a tssri^rjsMJs?
    He has also travelled on luxury
    liners between New York and
    Bermuda prior to Joining T.C.A. In
    Bermuda six months ago.
    Mrs. Spencer before she was
    married, was a Beautician.
    Jumbi** Sale
    T>HE Committee of the Dorca
    X League will hold a Jumble
    Hotel.
    Mrs. Townscnd who usually
    lo-inghi travels bv steamship regretted
    Mr. Hobson. a retired manager thai the "I^idy" boats will no
    Bank Antigua, la a longer he coming to these part*
    Liiic iiowcn or thus forcing her and many
    to travel hv air.
    nr.(-rMi*r.K iu I AH I *t ;i pktaaun m* hahiy Uvour
    MtrWM. Kl.nl illr mIWn Inrhlns:
    _ [D'l.ollnS 11** wll fhOUfnt-.itit BT
    iiM\sf m
    ". invein-
    intortoU
    nI hihlv rffiCMiil handLns Be yaur
    cheerful mU
    nm * n - MA*Y (Pi-tost
    -Ho cloud* tc~d*y or !ho lliat r*t
    ibv* llvcr lintnsa tin Mti) "toil, b*
    dy ot dhansr. MSM >tubburnt**s*
    Mahr ll li'PDy day
    oi Ho
    Spooner's Hill to raise funds
    meet the expenses of the Annual !?.,
    Christmas Treat for the Poor.
    The Committee would be grate
    ful to anyone who could assist
    with gifts of used
    damaged articles c. _
    suitable for the purpose.
    Gifts would be received by Mr
    H. Ulackman at the Progressive
    League Friendly Society, Nelson
    Street or by Adjt. C. B. Goodlng-
    EdghUl at the Dorcas League.
    Spooners Hill.
    Attended Rncea
    MRS. R. WIGLET, owner of
    the race horses Dynamite
    awd Colombus which took part In
    ifWetmt, rrtiirnerl'to'st ftllt"mn
    Thursday by B.W.I.A.
    While here, she wa
    the Holel Royal.
    Ltd.,
    /*du
    *hort
    Savannah Cottage." Garrison
    Hank Official, Trinidad Back From St. Vincent
    V|R. and MRS. H 0 RAW- H. W. W BRADSHAW of
    Sale to-day at four tfctock it the SL2JS3J ^u ^rMnJ -l" Bradshaw and
    Evangelism Arm, H.ll, Boer Road. TJ^X ',"!, fa 'T'" L\SlZ l"U,rnvfi ,rom Sl V"
    awLn urn i.. _._ 1- ..' *een i>y H.w.l.A. for a holiday tcrdav mctrnlng by
    nd are gueaU at Cairabonk Rodney after paying
    __ vi-li fi> the colony.
    Mr Rawcllffe, a bank official of
    ihe Sao Fernando Branch of Bar-
    lothing, "toTsi '-'7* "* W *hat he and hia
    usedV/abrfc' bWfn ,lvln*f '" Trinidad
    fbr the past two years since they
    rame out from England On their
    J.y to Trinidad, they pasacd
    rough Barbados on the Gol/tlo
    arid spent a couple of hours
    .ishore. They liked it so much that P T '-,*.
    they nave now returned for a *or CuH' *w*',
    holiday. SPENDING about two weeks'
    *- 111 awi I "^ holiday as a guest at the
    Itn Thrvv yfontha Leave Marine Hotel is Mr. David Porter-
    ileld of Cfflracn who arrived on
    OSCAR DEANE of the Wodmaday night by B.W.I.A. via
    DetevUva UrMarh *>l th* Trln- Trlnldadl.
    dad Police Force, arrived on Tuea- Mr. Porlerfleld who hn Just
    day by B.W.I.A. on three months' retiirnexl from n European tour
    a guetl at leave which he is spending with M with the Standard Oil Com-
    lils mother in St. George. pany In Caracas.
    >//<- Representative
    MR. R. LEGGE. Sales Repre-
    bentaUve of B.W.I.A. sta-
    tioned In Trinidad, was an or-
    rival fron thai colony on Wed-
    nesday by B.W.I.A, on a short
    M'L
    BY THE WAY
    B\ nh\i:iii:nMUi:u
    FAMl
    ideas, recently
    actresses, Appu
    operating
    sed 0/ being about eight .'//. Suri/eun'n Arm*
    ......~, nvv..entlr tny irtUo 7 Ihrnlrr but II wa,
    h.rd-wntkln. and Krioui-mliidcd SSVSt i. ......?' 'I^'t
    lo o to wicked rMaunnll to " :"..movtd amoni Ihe -tori
    drink chnmpainc. Bnd.hn.mlum ai Ihougn about to
    Oho. I would like to know what l^"" an operation. "What will
    hew glllterlnj baubles would lay ',""'"".^'r ,.'"'" ''
    ^ photomaphi. In lh.- Fren Ihowfi '''',:"" '""" I<1 "ie Jtranner.
    I horn alppnuj rhrmlcal roltcr ip a walklnlt out haUlbr.
    tea-,hop. while the>' nibbled a '*. ',! of living
    piece ot tout and read 'War and wjEorix who cannot underatand
    5Z7a . f C'"'"C"' '?,n" T ihl .he coat ot llvin. Index
    pX'^me^^w.ur^0^^ ^o.^^'aiTSSiS! **""""-" o. hi. hou-r
    Snuttn. flaylns one of he ll- S?e ^rlfrS? ,S. aUSS ""!*""'' ?""' h" d'lv,n !'5'
    l.aer. In -t.ptaln l-uptm*. Re- L... J?. ? niSS "J l;"t w venae.' lo ,omc convert. I cow. 'J^C" "7r 'lort-terrn period are M|BlitTy a, TTaraport ofnclal. I
    . ..ear Steeenafe IT ,T? "" p"rt rf "' ."T.1,'"" "PPca<- "e 1> now entitled to drive
    /.< Hi hit hill ('.l.l. (or purpim ot .alculallou. ,h ,owor w BrUhton Can he use
    . .^ ... .,,. ,,, (n lltl1n ,() dovcta. Ihe retal price ..,., ^ar.nark In We*l-^rcct', And
    A tf>^.,-1??* **"*^ *"' !?* 1^lUf'*r. yr*S.fi^ dS.nl. newly JonlleenWenUtlr
    of the beast and, whipping olT his
    brsukat, ncd Its tail to a tree-trunk
    on Ihe bank of the river When
    *" the hipix> had nibbled at the
    harry and pricked Its lower lip
    on the pin, It found that It was a
    piisoner. Helped by the Captain
    of the local Police Tug-of-War
    Mtm, Cosmo hauled It backwards
    up the bank to the strains of the
    Volga Boat Song.
    I i-liiriihir tiivarenest
    A MAN who used a motor-
    mower to cut an 18-foot grass
    reckoned
    neniKl.fr .
    In order i> index rig'
    bout a man from the kind of ihe forthcoming period Is taken J^.' ".-* p^' an electric wheel-
    hat he wear* Into account and a balance u es- barroW ,, the roads? Or to ride
    tablished when the averaging be- u jjlcarri-driven clothes-horse ai
    Beware, nip' dear, rhe siranoer Wins. lanc.
    tfho.
    In rt.aif tnakcslciii hat
    Deal* on |,our bliou HI la door
    A jaunty raf-tat-tol.
    O keep your lore. u hf[|,- M
    For some tnore (Imid sirain,
    -litd leai'r llils bold advenlurrr
    To lanuuish in ihe rain.
    COSMO SMELLINGHAM-
    SM1TH. that most unconven-
    ial of anglers, Is probably the
    On* day there'll come
    prince
    In solid howler hat.
    And in your heart fit*
    knock
    Will echo.rot-tot-rar.
    The tut.-! treatment
    for botcleriti*
    only man wTio was not surprised THE hard brim of a bowler
    io read that a fisherman had caught nmkes It impossible for the pat leu*.
    shark with an anchor. fa rest his head comfortably 0
    SmeUlnglaam-SeatUl has lassoed -hr puiOWt and insomnia follow
    flying-fish from a canoe, which, as ^ UiXt%t treatment at the Chep-
    -r fl. '> *h,,-iv *n,d' ^fkrs,.r,n,r Mow clinic is to encourage the
    , fairy t^u^Zlc^^aX^ tfeS^'ST**
    pin ThcneaW had "never been ^TOMORROW .....
    approached in this manner before. (TOmokkow
    uenteel .,nd wai so amazed that It loitered
    and dawdled, gawking at the bait.
    while Cosmo got round to the back
    spill
    i Ittoulrv ln*o th'
    JchetM !" pu'tinp employers of
    the Stationery Office into ere-
    ning dreu.)
    ^Il-USMI M U OOJOfg -t '-'*-*
    Mat *ssl*1raM*SSMi' aiTSln 3. ri-T-jigJ
    .ruin p.*ii!lo>.* In hr.aH an* "Sae1
    OlIOSII 14 i- NOTBMIUia SI
    raf"i I --h i-'i-ieallits li*rn> iST
    vrata. !. m*' urt>..ar. Vou
    ,a> ilii.mUutr l>ul anaX*SjgSJB
    l"Mnl'!ll
    aalr atdar
    H - i
    tasai
    YOU
    BORN TO-DAY AMMpM *
    ractaniUci. aomr tailirai. too
    StiWlClon c*n b* lot ood or bad. TOU
    lo ludsr l*rly You have a
    mi. nil. ,,r a *launch Irtma
    Don t Id oUtaia ."fr-mn SOU. Many
    eSorUM*. Iraxlcii. apaMkar*. wntara.
    lb SHfii. Bttthtfal* ol
    O^rsr fliol iM.iy Ann ftani Cowl.
    itnvallH. Oe iBoOe.!. GMaUnS. *r.t*r;
    t tHtlln
    ^tf?Sh llvf mansoSr
    out North could scarce:?
    visualise 10 surf 'inner* in a
    * hand
    could uara tajun um
    direct WackwooS
    for Aon. A ne
    i respona*
    J ffr U North^
    h4t :o asStfice 'm'.flra
    O^ofuta against an advert*
    nun*
    First White
    Woman Calls
    At Village
    Mis* Barbara Mullane, who has
    Bed from Nigeria on .
    I'o her home in Neville Road, Bog- I
    1 lor. has journeyed in parts of West
    where no white woman had \
    I been before.
    I Miss Mullane is in the Colonial
    Service library development i
    scheme for the Western and Kast-
    em region* of Nigeria and the Brrt-
    1 ish Cameroon*.
    On her journeys by land and i
    ! water she is accompanied by her
    1 African secretary, a native servant, j
    i her dog and a gun.
    "The gun." the said, "is for use
    'In an emergency if I find myself
    confronted by a dangerous animal
    Once, when passing through a
    village deep in the bush, the re-
    reived a tumultuous Welcome from
    the villagers, who, though used to
    their European District Officer,
    had never seen a white woman
    SaV it *" ....
    CHRISTMAS CAK&S
    at nit:
    iimot irrv statio.xkhy sruat:
    LISTENING
    HOURS
    MBkSkS*. uovaaaawa, * |
    , T* Nen 4 i in. T* Dn
    l IS a in BBC Bane arm
    Rub> I^aua roajUaal
    Teh*iS<"rty t if
    Datnrlnf
    *- T.H .ta.
    i* .
    Music
    isEM. m.nn
    Talking Point
    The nattonj trhich hewe Pit
    -nankind and posteriry n*0-* *
    their debi hare been small
    nflMcms firael. Athens, Flor-
    ence. EWrnhethon, Enplaiui.
    Dean Inge.
    The hooks that ererybodly
    adnur-i are (Jw-*e that nobody
    reads.Analole Fraoce.
    I 4pm Scottuh Maaaima. IS P m
    In Town To-nifhi ?5pm *!
    " .iirnl Up and Piusramn.* paiaflF
    1 9 m Th Ne. T 10 p n He*n News
    am Britain til p* im.nd m.
    N.w. t pm Sport* n**MW, '*,""
    . is.,,,,. Nw*r*l. s ao p m Tho Buiaser
    of Bii-"S. I P' Th* Newi. 10 10 imh
    Froan tne a*S.o*. I 19 p m J*
    I Dttot* Contln*-**. 10 " P Vsriety
    rantara
    now
    TO-DAY lo TUESDAY
    AM and 8.15
    Double Attraction -
    ium--70DmY
    How About My
    Letters? Says
    Frances Day
    B> EPHKAIM ll Mint \ I I I
    Still another volume of Bernard
    Sbaws letters may soon be on the
    bookstalls. His love letters to
    Ellen Terry wt-re published in 194S,
    n year before he died. His letters
    to Mrs Pat Campbell are coming
    out next month
    Now Frances Day tells me she
    has a series of letters, some or
    which may be published In a book
    ,f Shaw's executors give their pet -
    nisston.
    Slwiw once Wrote: "The flckle-
    vcia of the women 1 love is .ml
    equalled by the infernal cotutane,/
    / the women who lore ie."
    I doubt whether Miss Dny fell
    Into cither category. To judge
    m the letters she took .1 number
    of shrewd knocks from the Sige
    "You U'UI alu-oi/s tnteresl me a* a
    ipofted flCnius," he told her.
    On another occasion he wrote:
    'You waul lo cmne down to flirt
    irlth me. When one is slid on
    elderly j/nufh of 70, romance is still
    possible with old men's darllnos
    ... but for an old skeleton of 90
    fhep are unnatural, ahhorrcit aid
    unbearable. . ."
    And once he snapped: 'It's soli-
    tude / want, not solicitude.
    THHUS'
    LOVES! X
    SEKMTIDNS!
    The
    Magic hU
    i '^"_ iiriiit isvn
    Rolr* Walrhr*
    LOUIS L. BA1XBT
    t. I O B I
    TODAY 3 L *30 p.m.
    and rontinulng
    UH. IN I III
    IHOS MASK
    HAYWAItl) MEDENA
    LOUIS PATRICIA
    l .1. -1 BrtUah Movietone
    -ZF.'E/STjrrSra
    Candlelight
    Supper Room
    CONTINENTAL
    CUISINE
    MUSIC
    by PANAMA
    Chez
    JEAN-PIERRE
    Ph. 4084 -:- Haprtingd
    *" -. ..u.i..i> asasai fift
    I
    I
    I
    I
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    n
    91
    flowered linen
    ;ayon crepfs
    hottbd taffeta
    PtOWKRED CRErES........ ...... IM
    KI.OWF.KKl) HEMI1ERCE SHEERS ................. i**
    PLOWERED CREPtS .................. 300. 4 1? A 520
    RAND BASS lin all Colour.) .............. 100
    WHITE RAMP BAGS (for all occasion.) .
    Also
    SHOES TO MATCH
    Also
    TOYS & SWEETS
    174 to 12 IB
    T. R. EVANS (WHITFIELDS)
    YOUR
    Pkonr:
    SHOE
    STORE
    42211
    I
    I
    I
    I
    I
    B> Bite lovaly UirriU Ynunj ivver aeipVet jroui daily
    atber f.i. U\ with frafrsnt I \m T-'ilei Snap. No girl -hould
    hannf with dainhness, thr moat important harm of ail. A
    Toflel Siap beauls hath make- .in and clean' l..u"U Ism ih. .-hnfinit So-er-Uke s*rfiin
    Tollel Soap BemembeT. I m l^W- are loveBet! You, loo,
    be lovelier tonight!
    LUX
    TOILET SOAP
    The fra/irnnl uhite ump of the film .for.
    'Tell me
    doctor .
    C*rsi ,m ant i sept U lit I ft in healing f* "
    nnnds heal of their own accord when they are kept free
    from the xcrms that i,ui septic infection. T keep
    wounds in the healthy condition for healing, aurgeona
    have for year* relied upon 'Dcttol'. This ruthless des-
    royer of germs \n non-poinonons, gentle and safe on
    human tissuci. While it disinfect*, the wound, 'Dcttol'
    leaves the living tissue* undamaged to continue the
    natural processes of safe and rapid repair.
    DETTOL
    THI" MODERN ANTISEPTIC

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    ooree.ni. crotwir.
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    HeHAI THEATRES
    COMIN' ROUND
    THE MOUNTAIN
    * so a> a is
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    M- i' Don levy
    SLAUGHTER
    TRAIL
    ""'ArlToff- .D^"*'* Atli-ctimi
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    Hicluiid {iteii
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    in
    JUNGLE OF
    CHANG
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    aad
    Mil MM.It
    i %Mi-i :
    LOUISA
    "^.-fr1'filmed On T^ Spi
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    M ASfef
    S* BEST OAI.
    and
    HKXKANA
    KM r night
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    ei VIN-M IS \NII
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    ____ liri-ILAH
    HOUMlKlir AMD
    CAt'Tt
    ,rh* Aiid BUCK PRIVATES
    THE STORY OF
    MOLLY X
    Hotter Than the 5 Year Plan
    IT'S
    A 5 PLUS ENTERTAINMENT
    tonite Midnight tonite
    GLOBE
    YOU'LL xcl this and a Hrlluva Timr
    (1) The Kiln. "MINE OWN EXECl'TIOM K
    (2) l^Rov Allcvn, Sensaliiinal lll-y.-ar-i.lil Pr..HiE>
    Hear LeRoy go lo town with "Monkey" on his
    Trumpet
    ClIEREE Icetold CANADA DRV to Ihe Fir-I SMI
    Patron.
    (I) FREE to holder, ol Lucky Tirkets I CARTONS
    OF HEINEKEN BEER
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    AND
    I 41 I SI M lit* ON
    VII llll
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    mm n\i.i.
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    SHINE BRtTHWAITt
    port; f.Ris.rr.i
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    n__"t;iri i,t M> Drrams"
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    "Laandri Booslr"'
    -I Won't Crr Any Morr'
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    "Round Absmt 1b Hrar^n '
    "Ma>hr lt' B^raoaf"
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    L>


    SATURDAY. VOTOfBFR H. Mi
    IURBADOS ADVOCATE
    pack Tirerr
    $10,000,000 HOUSING SCHEME fe";
    10,000 New Units
    Expected In 2 Years
    (From Our Own Correspondent >
    KINGSTON, Jamaica, Nov. 12.
    Work has started on the 10,000.000 dollai (BVi
    cane houslnn programme in Jamaica, which aims at Iha
    production of 10.000 new housing units in two years to re-
    place some of those destroyed in the Auuu.st. 1951. hurri-
    cane.
    The programme is financed bv a V
    grant and loan.
    Health Education------------------------------
    r>** **n*lt- iinbl swda *_________i_ * '
    R. C. A rch bish op Den ies
    Anglican Priest's Charges
    ___ _______________ (f'rem Our Own Ccircspondrnt 1
    Agricultural
    Adviser In
    Br. Honduras
    PORT-OF SPAIN. Nov. 14.
    His EXCELLENCY, the t Kr\ Count Finbar
    Kvan. Archbishop of I'orl <>i Spatr commenting this WCuk
    an .i circular issued last July b\ the Rev. Canon M. E.
    Theatre
    For Jamaica
    A ll'UKh turn ot pre-'ur.i.cted
    i.uilonir niitiuifar'urers hai re-
    cfwu vinpit^t an "pen sir theatre
    to Jtmau.. The order was ful-
    A1M thres weaka, fiom the date ot
    mpt.
    The stage *. 21 (Ml high. 53
    feat wide, and 40 feet deep, and
    :.!l the component* were packedpn '
    n,-truck The firm ertlmated that
    the erection of the theatre In Ja-
    maica would take about a week
    Building*, of this type um about
    ~^"*w in* daaa eLi_ i
    St Paul ^ Church. San Fernando. ?0 P <*nt 1cm steel than conven-
    .- u HahhI li iiUii.1. TK* I....I ih.i ik
    the
    tlon early next year to arouae ...
    tereet in health education among
    the teachers and children of the
    Islands shoots.
    Flan* an- being made for the
    holdlng uf health fe.tivals in
    every pariah, where a King and
    Queen of Health will be chosen
    tiieae festivals to terminate n a
    grand all-island festival to be
    held in Kingston on the World
    Health Day-April T,
    At each festival there will I*.
    health demonstrations of all
    types-, organised by the Bureau
    of Health Education.
    Fair Of The Year
    A Fair, planned to take place
    at the University College of the
    West Indies. Mona. on December
    30, has been described by its pro-
    moters as the "fair of the year."
    It will be held with Caribbean
    spirit and atmosphere and one of
    It! highlights will be a beauty
    contest to crown the Carnival's
    "Miss Caribbean."
    The fan i* being hald to raise
    money for the erection of a Tem-
    ple for the new University
    (Masonic) Lodge. As the Lodge
    is made up of members from all
    over the Caribbean, It la expected
    that In addition to students at
    the University, people from other
    islands will attend and give thtlr
    support.
    Jamaica Win Prize
    The Jamaica Orchid Society
    hal won a prize at the Fifth In-
    ternational Orchid Show, spon-
    sored by the International
    Capital Orchid Society in Wash-
    ington. DC, on October 25 and
    26.
    Jgmaica gained second place
    In Class 10claaa for cut B rara
    and earned the congratulation
    of the Secretary of the Interna-
    tional Society The Jamaican
    orchids arrived at the show In
    very good condition, flown up by
    Pah American Airways.
    W.I. Regiment
    Consideration is now being
    Even bv the Governments of the
    ritlsh West Indies to the revival
    of the British West India Regi-
    ment on lines where It will be
    eventually officered by West In-
    dians themselves.
    Announcing this at the third
    annual meeting of the Jamaica
    Legion on Saturday. Brigadier
    Coaby Jackson, Commander of the
    Carlbbet.ii Area, said he envisaged
    reformation of the regiment in a
    manner that would perpetuate
    the traditions of the original.
    The Commander said that it was
    largely a matter of finance, and
    assuming Iha'. the British Treasury
    would make up the balance of
    what the local Government*
    would put up, It would still be
    a very large expenditure.
    Plan for the re-establishment
    of the regiment, according to
    the Brigadier Include, two bat-
    talion a, orovislon of married
    quartera fr the men. md even-
    tual leadership by West Indian*
    previouslv trained In England
    and who had obtained the Queen's
    Commission.
    "We are caretakers here until
    the young men of the waet In-
    dia* are trained and get ex-
    perience to take over." Brigadier
    Jackson said, "and in due course
    a> On Pace S.
    :ateme>'t in it a* " unwarranted lie"
    h.i was speaking at Th progiamn e for the n'
    i speech day function t the Mon yepi ncludaa The llrst land use survey of its Repm It. C School. t which the men- elementary and second*
    rl*-_l_______________1. i m- -----. A.lkA.ldJ inAl.i.tjl.1 SSvj.
    Good Prospect
    For Crops
    Rain favou...i,!c. fur all crop*
    fell during September and har-
    vesting prospects are generally
    favourable Crops arc
    good.
    Caille
    farmcrs are becoming mere In-
    terested in oattfi I'm-
    being made. Hog-ralsing hi JaO
    on the increase.
    Imports
    lib* of import.-
    leniber amounted to $1,134,451,
    which is $300,000 mon- than In
    September 1951. About one half
    of this amount came from Empire
    sources and about one v..
    the U S A
    The greatest value of imports
    came from the USA. followed l>\
    the United Kingdom, with Austra-
    lia third .
    Exports
    The value "f export-
    tember amounted to $469,873.
    much less than half the value of
    the imports for the same period
    last year.
    The countries of .lest mat Ion in
    order of value are Jamaica, USA.
    Barbados and the Urm.
    uom The chief juticles of export
    were pine, lumber, mahoganv.
    bananas and lobsters
    Logging Ops-mlton*
    Generally speaking there haa
    been very little logging during
    the last month owing to the wet
    state of the country. The logging
    season, on the whole, however.
    was good. The demand for pine
    lumber, both rough and dressed,
    continues.
    Road*
    Owing to rain, vary little work
    could be done on roads The
    Stann Crc. haa been
    gravelled and bridged to 21 miles
    nd colassed for 13 miles The total
    length of the road is estimated to
    be 34 miles. It would appear that
    this road will take about two
    years longer to make than was
    aattnated
    Colony's Birthday
    The Colony's IMrd Official
    Birthday was eelebrated through-
    out the Colony with the usual en-
    thusiastic expraaaloni Of loyalty
    to the Crown and the Kmpire. The
    programme included the selection
    gnd crowning of a Queen of the
    Bay, Treat for thousands of school
    children. Athletic Sports, Compe-
    tition of Decorated Floats and
    Bicycles, l.Ueritry and Siimmi!
    Competitions, and Dancing
    Governor
    Mr. Patrick Muir Renlson. who
    was appointed to succeed Ills
    Excellency Sir Ronald Herbert
    Gorvcy, K CM O, a* i;
    of the Colony, arrived In Belire
    on Monday. 10th October, His
    Excellency took the Qen
    Office that afternoon In the pres-
    ence of representatives of evei >
    walk of life in the communm.
    H was presented with Addrei os
    of Welcome on behalf of the Legu-
    latlvr Council and the Betlxe '
    Council respectively to both of
    g. On Pate 8.
    SOVXaV ri ..-. .....
    Ities at the Caribbean
    ig Collaa. Tiinidad: fur-
    rvetopsBanl o( the two med-
    kind ever carried out m'^'Briti'sh peering ItKhaded the Hon. Roy 'ch
    ixilonlal territory, now being un- Jweph. Minister rt Education and qu
    . Honduras, was Sodi! Services, was quaneliing Ti
    described to an Adrorate reporter Wl,il ^tatemen' arbtch said that the
    in an Interview with Mr A. deK. Roman Catholics openly press for ca:
    Frampton. Agricultural Adviser to s condition of enti n
    the Comptroller for De\'elopmrn! '' *hatf secondary schools. He Bn
    I W< i1 ore, who haa n-cently re- **'*' l' w-- imply and plainlv
    turneit from a visit to the cOaQBa adad !." ith
    The survey team, headed by Mr. Th> head of the Unman CattoUl I
    Charles Wright ;i New Zealan:. Uta ColatW said it was U-1
    Is using d the circular
    devetowMpi ana mi- m# to his neUee In the circu- Privileges Hill
    pruvement. The Corozal area, in liir. "is Grace said, "Canon K.u- i> of the Cokmy's most coo-
    which Uic survey is taking place QSlhai allows himself to say that mcaJP**1 ,Mn" tn '^eent times
    adjoint the Mexican border, and ,n'' ,,"*rt for IT1 Anglican secon- the^Privileges Bill -which was
    Its seal types arc almost vaclK darv school haB always been preaeiittd to the Legislative Coun-
    slnular to UVwe of Barbados: sugar acute." ell for second reading this morn-
    iii. innenpples, citrus and Canon Parquhar s circular con- UR by the Hon. C. T W E
    " rell. Acting Attorney General,
    iltted to a Select O
    lional buildings. The fact that thay
    can be broken down for packing
    fiords a considerable saving in
    transport costs.
    The makers of the Jamaica
    thcitre are shortly moving into a
    new factory, pre-fabricated from
    ,.._ ihelr own material* b> their own
    ..... in Tor -nf-Spam. a new nicthods.
    at t dune in QlUISatu"" London Press Seveice.
    "egouauonsa.. be- jjjjj H | M p |
    .i with .i iieu to, a
    lashing a medical unit in R
    >dos snd a vecotiil.o- school
    :;;;; ,
    I SAHELY'S
    Picture you in
    of Barbados: sugar acute
    nrn. pinenpples, citrus and Can
    other fruit, and black-eye peaa are ""in Baaidc the fact that
    there, and the area la also Romai CathoUca opanb preaa foi
    G
    tile raising.
    The land use survey was financed
    by a Development and Welfare.
    grant.
    New Areas
    Mr. Frampton toured British
    Honduras for a week, accom-
    panied by the Director of Agrl-
    i. i for some of the time
    by the Development Commissioner
    He visited the new arejs opened
    up by the Roaring Creek-Middle-
    avx road, which now run* for 25
    miles through pun forest oeugtrj
    towards tin Ph.. I'ulgc. A Ja-
    maican company h:is started j,
    citrus plantation at about Mile 15.
    A further nine miles will open up
    addition.i;
    up with Iha S --.-Middle-
    sex r o.i.-
    Mr. Fr.unptoii saw the cotloi ex-
    perimental plots laid down by the
    Cotton Officer of the I>evclopment
    and Welfare Organization under
    menl and Welfare scheme, h
    and also visited an area newly ",a,ZL",
    cleared to test varieties of sugar *' *V7.
    ,i ..'.lulilion of ad- mit'ec of the House
    ican t. their schools, and the T' Wai don, at the request
    [erCana urge the priority o[ Mi Worn II who said thnt
    I y t iBaaai Ukeb Anflkai erU Ursatlao agauurt it.
    children are left with little pros- In presenting it for second read-
    pect of secondary education. Ing, Mr. Worrell said ther>> was
    H, Oral 1X1 entad It nothing in it 'hat the House could
    speaks volumes for either a deep- consider derogatory It seemed
    (iceom- ,,..,,,-,1 irenotn and sntagoniam to him thst the only aspect of it
    agB 1 nat the Roman Catholir with which the public was against
    Church, of it <-ks lo ieitrov the was the portion which dealt with
    Ihat this secret clrcutar the admittance of persons to
    -houlil have bean s>irpressed since .ittend the debate* of the House
    .Inly until now and only accident- Mi Worrell made It clear that
    ally has come l public notice. there was no right to enter the
    In th,- view of the Archbishop. Legislature and he added. "A con-
    bj statement had been siderable amount of objection !<
    wo courses were the Rill Is founded on lack of
    open to the Roman Catholic* He knowledge
    wv nay pas* ever tnu Vbe mil which deflfsea the pow-
    ht.itemo.! v 11 h the contempt snd Immunluea of le0ilalnri
    Lay pub- h Mt Bat .ik Li 1\ repudiate It as I now do. William Savary, power to regulate
    less the ignorant might think that me entry of onn-members, may be
    i w.ni, 'ruth in this allefta- back before the House In about
    tlon If Canon F.tnjuhai- has not three aroafa fm B full-dress de-
    forgotten the te.iching of hit> logic bate,
    ha will know that any universal
    Ufa
    cane In the Stann Creek area he
    was particularly Interested in cit-
    rus development, in the revival
    under a D & W. scheme of an
    agricultural station which had
    been closed down and In the es-
    tablishment there of a dairv herd,
    and In a visit to the Colonial De- parents of one single boy
    velopment Corporation's large who will say that they wei
    loses Its validity if
    the contrary Is
    brought forward.
    Then his Grace threw down a
    BE anyone
    lie I challenge Canon
    nrquhar or anyone atae to pro-
    duce a single boy or girl or the
    r girl
    press-
    banana project at AHa Vista. Clt- Dd to be converted before they
    run planting has gone ahead vary were admitted into the halls of
    rapidly in the Stann Creek area. Presentation College and St. Joa-
    and the Cltnm Company hat a eph'a Convent."
    large packing shod and proceaatng \ew Chlel Magistrate
    fnrtorv for citrus Juice, etc. Large Trinidad ha* a new Chief Mag-
    quantities of oranges are being |*trate He is Mr Beaumont
    planted all over the area. Leetaln, who racceedl Mr.
    In the same district Mr. Framp- Fabian J. Camacho, who left the
    tan saw the successful work mi ih Colnv. lasi M > lo iH a Judge in
    aiiinclnl regeneratlo!i of Cartb- Biirisli (i... peimmcril
    bean pine" Thla work Is to be n efTecliv.- from October 1.
    Eeatlyextended as the result of a Mr (ei^uii,,, 5. had been act-
    L W. grant, and should result ln^, Ul ,np |J((sl nce ^g, c,_
    In substantial exports of pine to maci,,,-, departute He Is the Hurt
    the Caribbean countries. holder of the post since the Maf s-
    Visited Ciiyn Uistrlrt traey was separated trom Ihe
    Mr. Frampton visited Cayo dla- Judi.iaiy at the request of ine
    trlct and the Agricultural Depaxl i at B Oovernm'iit
    menfe Central Farm at Baking Pot. Houai rliar ''!
    Where the new pasture work ItM
    BanM breeding programme arc *mmi aaja n u,i..,
    now taking .hape A visit was also ,.l^r^,hS1^"A\?"Se;
    paid to the Coonial Development "'f gSJ"^?" >ventl;i
    troruoratloii's Ramie nbrc estate at M,^ar U,,Um' whJch to-
    Bart......
    PaaslnK through Jamaica on his
    way to British Honduras, Mr.
    Frampton had discussions with the
    Director of Agriculture and the
    Sugar Agronomist of the Develop-
    ment and Welfare Organization.
    with special referencf to the or-
    ganization of experimental and ex-
    tensioa field work for the recent!*
    *j OrrTage 6
    i has voted 1
    .i $000,000 Budget foi 1053. It is
    the largest Budget of any yar
    onunation
    Although .i good ictitioi. of the
    money is receiv-
    Iha 11: I ire is c(inttlbi"' by the men igh th n
    Ircal churches In tithes and free-
    will offerings
    Shoes
    For the whole Family!
    Tots powerful orris Six la
    a car ajttfc proved
    srarid appeal
    S4.00
    &a#&
    asssaf iw b-^ in-1 resa* in Ks'll a*Uea,i
    arete aaaM ** of ttm *r c -* < rma
    l* mgiM -^ aaaasswesIM trim
    SIX
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    Phona 2385 Sole Di.t-ibutor. Phone 4504
    Hercules
    7he finest PicycJe Built 7b-day
    Si't- jtit-tti saosr tit ^
    Barbados Co-operative
    Cotton Factory Ltd.
    Auto Tyre Co.
    Trafalgar Store
    AND AT ALL LEADING DEALERS
    THRCUGHOUT THE ISLAND


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    BARBADOS ADVOCATE
    surunw NOVl mbir UN
    BARBADOS & AD\f>CATE
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    S.lwJ.y. November 12, 1H2
    MH MIIIS
    : amme of
    .social Justice, lull employment and the
    only be provided if human
    enterprise t.s free to < ilenti foe
    I Mr;, t PlOt
    i i! is an
    dee What I
    icploitetkm I eel appli-
    without plotutlon would
    doI fa. Ible
    Bui exploitation >r turnim; to account
    is only another way ol ileeci iMng produc-
    ti would now
    Luctivtt) todaJ
    justice and full employment must remain
    a
    i^ciahst principles today is that tin %
    behind the advanced thinkers of Iheii Own
    movement. In Barbados tor example
    adbet UU trying to
    appi and ideas which were
    appUcable to U* oondlttona
    i la nartortaa and
    underrround at the peak period of the
    horror.-, of fllfl Industrial n volution, to an
    island where quite other condilioni have
    prevailed.
    The lagacy of ilaverj which waa Intro
    duced into this island by BogUfh U
    in Liverpool. Bristol and London U
    blamed by local socialists on some classes
    of local society instead of being attributed
    to the lack of social conscience prevail i.'
    in England at Iho tune when that country
    Bnt came to be recognised as the work-
    hnp "f the world. No doubt more could
    have been dOOO in the past to bridge the
    gap between local men of property BOd
    former slaves and no doubt much more
    remains to be done in this direction but Co
    expect Barbadians to have shown the
    qualities of St Francis when they w*r>
    influenced by the nighty materialist ie
    English world that hammered and ahapSKl
    the island's (levilopnun! is illoKical. But
    neither the eXQMalve elaims of socialists
    nor the traditional caution of COT
    tives ought to blind anyone today U> th*
    facts of the economic situation which
    threatens tu upset the plans of the social-
    ists under whose general political Influ-
    ence Barbados has been developing in
    recent years. Tlic socialist adminislration
    of Barbados has coincided with a |>osl-war
    boom tr. t*e pttcm KMtl for tin- taland'a
    primary produce, with tiie expssurion c.f
    the tourist industry and with the attrac-
    tion of new capital to Barbados There-has
    h;''i steady though -mall emigration to
    the United States and Canada and con-
    siderable annual temporary employment
    In the United States. In Barbados too
    there has been much employment in the
    building industry.
    During this period there have been fre-
    quent rises in the remuneration paid to
    workers in almost all Melds of employ-
    ment. Much has been achieved and con-
    servatives have as much reason as social-
    ists to welcome the increase in prosperitv
    which hai resulted. Unfortunately the
    maintenance of prosperity cannot be
    Euarantocd by any political party in Bar-
    ados, (although no party wants to men-
    tion this truism). The prosperitv of
    Barbados is intimately linked with the
    i : parity of the United Kingdom and the
    prosperity of the United Kingdom will
    be this month a matter of heart-burning
    concern to nil the Prime Ministers of the
    Commonwealth.
    Barbados could not have been damaged
    by Socialism to anything remotely
    approaching the extent that England has
    been damaged. The British people under
    Socialism hsve been in the impossible
    situation of "a man selling luxuries I bu
    necessities".
    Britain's ( ornjnonwealth Colonial and
    European policies) are still aimed at keep-
    ing Britain's markets. Without markets
    the British standards of living must suffer
    a catastrophic decline.
    lh position of Barbados in that event
    would be serious. No one who has studied
    an atlas of the world could suppose that
    Barbados could ever become
    country, running its own monetary system
    an-i i sailing freely whore it
    .....!. For goorl a II B | .l.pend
    on country far it* banking and
    other services and there ix no reason whv that
    t> should be other than the United King-
    dom. At lbs HnU timr it would be bettl I
    spoke* men fo, Brit I rl 00 Bad IB OtlMl
    Went Indi.r
    of tb Wsst [ndiet

    Impression wl rti foi Britain*!
    . :r..--
    that Great BriUim * belruj too Renerous and
    the H rM jM^ol.' nf
    Indies arc far more like !> to W aym-
    pathi-t towaftbl the needs of Esrttsh manufac-
    turers to IX) ind ill other colonial
    .,.- imltl i thin
    more sympa-
    theU tni bnsffH i In in nsnehals
    U BriUSb BDd other tr.uiuiK areas.
    ol the v.
    no'. balance
    -. .
    amal r. But 11 will
    help wl our own
    depends. The wl w
    Anni w to net It wit hi.
    bu] Lrui more will reqnlni
    lorn the <
    At 79, /.ore/ Simon stands unchallenged OS
    THE GREATEST
    LAWYER
    OF OUR AGE
    by Montgomery Hyde, MP
    he
    now the
    10*0 HMON
    TO-imy In Russian. ..hich college
    tands without dhauanaa carson, who hated any ease with Senior Fellow.
    greatest lawyer in the bulky correspondence, and any- In hl first year as ft bsrrliter
    lv m the English- how had Intl.- i DC knowledge he made 27 guineas But h
    rranavofhsi of foreign lantTjagc*. was in practice grew rapidly. Bta <4
    knowledge and learning I* tm- despnir until he i I kmly .emein- i,rrn he left the Temple for gocd
    mense. Hut memory prodigious, be red that a young man not long 31 years later he wiu said to bo
    I recently heard him Apeak for down from Oxford named John earning more than 30,000 a
    lhan in hour, without a Simon hjd written kit opinion for year II' took eemmglv infinite
    tS3SersBBcea him on another mailer of inter- pains over the pre] ir.ilion of hi*
    Ourtl and n Parliament, national I..a H, dssd Ml llmcn caass Vet to the onlooker his
    A '' ''i 81 Uttnaly agreed liBliaa.lllBa.il as in court appeared
    ,nd th;.t was to i-h.. k 11, I,U t worduvg of s atatement t. t.a%e rventuBlly went to As BD envkSBS rival remarked,
    he m*de in the Hou#e of Com- arbitration, and Mr Simon was '' a ihough you put a penny
    mons 40 years ago. instructed Ul appear In it With, >" Ihv sl' ->l or.- end. and the
    It is the same with his per- in<. Solicit..i Gem-ul. verdict pops out at the other."
    (rmsnces In ,he(,^uf,t"' tf^s It was o tremendous stroke of 'Tunuss..' Gibe
    rS h JH lurk ,,n"' * o*0"1* w* **>"*"* I" politicsTJrd Simon
    I'rlvy Council There his )udg- ,u w longp vxlKllslVfi ld of ms_ ,
    variably imixtur- ,((Ilrili |mporlnnrr. As lt turnM JO,mng Ml Ramsay Msc-
    ' policed urbanity and enudi- (1, ,,. younj[ ,unln, tnintti (hc j> |d*F Nation-I government h.
    vas barely 30) rendered the was bitterly assailed as a turn-
    greatest assistance in the case and coat by hl former Liberal col-
    n to him- leagues. It was of him thai Uoyd
    industry and George remarked that "the High'
    11 the
    the Comi Prune
    ,.-.

    1 necessary
    i

    W
    ible profits.
    . kau
    ion.
    I-ast month he presided over .
    most compHcated appeal to the ;,,|raeted ..
    irivy COUneU involving the OWO- ,en lnroUgh
    trahteof nrl.of rf^'fSr_hi knowledge Hon gentleman has sal so long
    Hongkong, which were ciaimeei From lhal mmPnt Sim.in upon the fence that the Iron has
    by the ( hinese Peoples W*fb- prospcred. Hie d entered into his soul His tenure
    ! h"r*ESL7[ ^u.v ot Common in IB06 as t-.bersl of the Foreign Office was associ-
    ^'rt ^ .w JEZZSSSZ "'"'>' tot Wjl hsjnstow. Two nlctf W[ih the disastrous policy of
    te the whole preccemng^ ^^ j.,,,., tu. ((U, w the ShIk jppmitrmen|> Bul lt mht,uU ^
    red l.- impression K,(Wn ,lf KC ,n I9,,t al ,,K, rwnembered Iha, ,hil ^y com.
    f knowing more about the suo- age of 37> nc became the ycungest manded the support of the lead-
    tct ot tie lawsuit than nnyorn- Solicitor-Genera) in modern limes. Crs of all the political parties In
    else living. Tw VP;|,B ^it.rwards he was England at the lime. Probably
    _ v . promoted to be Attorney- his most effective political inler-
    .l Years nn iw.r.___ General. Then, en the formation vent ion took place during Ihe
    For 39 years he was a member of ,ht. FlIsl cnliuon Govern- General Strike in 1926, when an
    f Parliament. 19 of them as ment by Mr Asquith in 1915. uupoken speech which he de-
    MUllSter For the pn" l- >';t' lhe Prune Minister offered him hvcred h..d much to do with the
    he has been a Law Ixtrri Yet |ftr u/lloi)mrk But the prospect ending of the stoppage,
    ihere is none of the pomposity vt leaving the House of Com- |>.rd Simon is at heart
    lif him which people some- mons nnd ^^nng Lord Chan- friendly man, though he himself
    hmes expeel Irom legal pundits cfUur a, thc ag, of 42 did noS would probably admit UtM he
    >nd < Ider slatesmen. He i* aptfoai to him, nnd he turned .1 lucks whal is known as "the
    -iraightforward and direct of ^owll istcad he went lo he common touch."
    P*eCB Home Ofllce. a job which left Few of his m.my acquaintanOs
    ,,( Mm trtl ret lo the Bar1 end friends call him by his rlrsl
    hen h" srlgfeed. Twenty-five name; he gives !he impression
    years later Asqudh's offer was thai he is desper;.iely anxious
    pealed by Mi NavlUa Cham- that ihey should do so. Possibly
    Lerlain This time he accepted his u-ndiu\ t.
    reserve became ingrained after
    John Alls'-broolt Simon. no tht- death I t his first wife, during
    t Simon, was b rn in i,is early years at the Bar. and
    Manchester, whue his father a long time was to elapse before
    was J Corgrei;-'' I"' again found domestic concord
    The impression ha* persisted (r happy second marriage.
    ls of Jewish oiigin This ^^
    is not so. For many years he did t.r. ;il Trials
    ier ;ir. two UllngS needed for .
    ik ce*s al lh.- English Bar. The
    l( good "lerk and the
    second Is a good digestion He
    id h"th. and the combinalion
    . ruMsd him to work hour after
    hour at u pressure under which
    DUSSr men would hav
    broken down
    TO considerable extent he
    nodelled hii Itjls of advocacy on
    ( the laic Lord Carson, who .
    ved In gr,nnJ.V,?'*h.,..lo_1ln_1 not trouble lo correct It, beliey- Nowadays he lp)
    denial hih leisure time at his com
    alicious house, near Tadworlh. In Surrey.
    1 in getting straight lo the ftot lroublc ^ correct 11, believ- Nowadays he sperms n.arly all
    olnt of a case withi
    Like Carson, too,
    realised at the outset of his legal "{' ,nto gome sympathy with reading, writing and gardening.
    red ihat In cross-examining, a ant,^mn,sm_-a:i attitude.- to Karl.er this year h.
    Illl *'lt.V 111!.-
    "" might be dWorted by
    .Unas? in court the first quesli
    of supreme importance
    .nusl go to the root of the
    which the barrister wishes jo
    Mabhsh, whether this happens
    i, bfi-a question of fact or li
    - nmlgned to show lhe
    , ljMbillly of Ihe m n or wo
    vin* evidence la the witness-
    >X.
    It wns Canon who. m ihe ^ ii
    qUOt.
    itter "C2
    published
    hkh 1 volume of memoirs, bul he has
    un-BagUtfa and which had lillle to say m them about
    1 heartily condemn." his experiences at the Bar. Per-
    The Kuntour haps this is because the advocate
    II,. cventua.ly did so after he i> ineUned u< lose mteresl in a
    became Toretgi. Sec-etary In 11. case lhe moment It is hnished.
    when it was represent! to him Yet Ixird Stmon has been
    thai the fJ.lse rumour js to his briefed in many celebrated trials.
    antecedents was Injurious to They include the nrsi German
    British policy broad Hfcl fth- fpy trial in the 19M-I8
    people hail come from Pern- ItussHl Div-
    ine
    "A" case,
    m rein- nun i^ivuice. lhe Mr
    !903. got Simon his Hist big tri.t k^h lu. ,. Sm, ,n, the Bath Club case, lhe Portu-
    ^.^.deSw^ nam^isKue^e banknote swindle. the
    eT^a,sW|ffi c;maM........',,,r'"' Gcatfind liorSeV rs
    ^ron ^TirlLT^i W5 hn Siinon ,.ew uo .. ar
    iovcrnment lth the United youthful prod gy
    sESmj*.Am-rka. f***- feSSJ *
    ... t of dispute was the boun- College.
    Ic went to a Interest and importance
    hool. Felles Nexl week 1 shall describe
    here he won lhe top some of his lesser known trials
    n Canada aiuTTho entrance scholarship and carried n the Ever*, Stsssetard. 1 shall
    ,f Alaska. 00 all the school pruMS, ending begin on Monday with sensa-
    \nierican tciriloiy
    volv.-d including old distinctions at Wadham College
    U5J ;;: .,.,...!., Oxford, and later at All Souls, of
    urdcr charge,
    WOBLU COPYHICHT RESSItVKU
    lloriois Who Can Give* A Sick
    Man A New Mind
    .ilh-
    Imiir the modern sur-
    geon's knife s man's
    whole personality may
    be transformed. and
    from that transformation
    spring lhe grave moral
    and legal problems
    raised in this report
    By Chapman Pincher
    Some arc more irresponsible
    and quarrelsome; others com-
    pletely apathetic.
    Too Optimistic Reports
    SURGEONS claim thai In the
    great majority of case* the Im-
    provement in outlook and be~
    haviour far outweighs the harm.
    They point to university pro-
    fessors, teachers and nurses who
    have been able to resume work
    after years of distressing Illness.
    But some doctors who hav
    followed up patients for several
    year-- after the operation believe
    that the published case-reports
    operation. But the ..surgeon s re often too optimistic.
    lalhraa Give Consent <'"' extremely difficult In The patient may believe he is
    If^a patient Is too ill to realise early cases of mental disorder. happier oul orU.n he is so
    ihe fuClilicatims Of the opera- A brain operation may give upMhttiv 1)nd ,|lv,|e that he lives
    on relaTives give their consent Jhe patient I happier life or at ,n a pocial varuum.
    ., k , if there are no relatives I?" prevent further detenora- The operatior, about which
    ,0-1,1., t.ko lhe decision. *ion- BuI on,' has bec" t**,'- the doctors are most concerned
    ManJbe" of the Medico-Legal formed the patient can never bo b M|1H lei.cotomy-a severing
    Sucetv were particularly disturb- completely normal again. (,r eertaln brain ilh-.'s which
    i, I to he a i an allegation that dras- Personality Changes Dr. Donald W. Winnicolt has
    lie treatments are occasionally OPERATIONS A this kind called "lhe worst honest error
    [performed " mental patients :p- are being pertprrdgd for high in the history of medical
    ' irsriUy to expedite divorce blood pressure, eczema, asthma, practice."
    teUoOS. snd other complaints which are Variations on -t Involving the
    Before a divorce action can be believed to have nervous causes, removal of eon>i]erable parts ol
    cianled on grounds of Insanity They are even being tried for the brain are .w being tried.
    ' Would Surgeon Be Blamed
    Mom than 10,000 people in
    Iritaln have been submitted to
    mm operations which have per-
    n.inently altered their personali-
    i,es In some respects for the
    i arse.
    Manv people are so concerned
    ibout the rnfMi nd wrongs of
    these operations that doclors,
    lawyers, and judges of the
    \ledlco-Legal Soviet* have met
    m London to discuss them.
    The controversy is inlensi-
    :'ed by the fact that some Of Ineae
    perallons are performed "
    >ut the patients' consent.
    They
    the doctor in charge of the the relief of pain. Some mental
    pOtaBBt most state that no known hospitals have been accused of
    likely to bring about carrying them out mainly lo
    a cure has been withheld. Dr. ease the burden of nursing
    .1 11. S. Lewis, a leading psy- difficult patients.
    chlatrist alleged. A limit one-third of the 10.000
    "I know of at least one or two v.-ho have undergone the brain
    ,n physical surgery feel so much better that
    treatments without prolonged they have Ihh-ii sent home
    benefit because it was known that om
    i gtvores action srai pending.'
    ho i__.
    The doubts expreased at tni*
    mcellng. and published in medi-
    cal reports, make it clear that
    the doctor is bow faced with a
    new and most difficult dilemma:
    fi if morally rlohf for a sur-
    geon to mulftlofe a pnHenf'i
    MORAL urolilems raised
    these operations are so pressing
    that judges and lawyers have
    begun to discuss their legal im-
    plications.
    What would happen If a per-
    son who ha. undergone leuco-
    tomy commits a murder" Would
    the fact be recognised as a

    Some experts consider it pos-
    itbn thai the surgeon responsl-
    mproved but have lo slay in ^fJ?^'*!,0Ll"!,n /^operation
    ain riii as a ,n,ltn, e Judged to bear some
    case* they have been able
    lo resume work, though not so
    ;. as before their brains
    were damaged.
    A further third are slight!:
    t are unchanged or worse. From the medical viewpoint
    Almoif all the parlrnts suiTcred there Is no doubt that these
    in (fi |he hope of feductna tome adeerse chanprs of per- operations are sometimes suc-
    wienfal fenskm, if he knows that ."onaliry. tessful and otten expedient.
    ion irill pcrmanentlv Their reasoning, ability, now- But so many are being per-
    rhanor thv person's chararler? ei> of concent ration, and sense formed that the doctors now
    Dflernma hardly exists in of judgment are diminished, feel they must ask themselves
    cases where a life of hopeless They have less drive and are "Are these operations right""'
    insanity is the alternative to an less ambitious. ________London faprew Service
    Our Header* Say:
    7ftYina**
    and O. S. Coppin and the Editorial
    Staff of the Barbados Ad<
    Recital Presentation at Comber- The British Council. Mr. Charles
    mere Hall. Bridgetown. Barbados Reeve*. Mr John Beckles Mrs
    Tm. ij,c Utter, The Advocate. 0O September 10. 193?. the sue- Olga Simmons, and my Public
    sm Ku llv permit mc cess i: won. who have dtnetl] and indirect I \
    brSDUted by means of support-
    xpress my sincere Sir Allan and Lady Collrmore. \Vlli once again I beg to say "A
    to the under mentioned S i Lady Seel. Mr. big .hank you".
    public spU-ited individuals who '-'raid Hudson AHt'M. Hon.
    have in another V C. Gate. Mr II A Tudor. Yours faithfully
    assisted In making my Song Major Noot, Urn
    Brome,
    JOBS TILL
    NOBODY'S
    DIARY
    Monday Am much intrigued by the sign
    under a Bridgetown tree "We dress
    ladles also."
    *
    Tuesday I have got so accustomed driv-
    ing through the counliyside- to seeing
    jolly little girls and boys strolling along
    in the altogether that my eyelids never
    flicker. They look so young and inno-
    cent. But thc man I saw leaping into the
    sea unclad in the presence of a woman
    on a Leeward's beach was neither young
    nor innocent. I grow weary of being the
    all but lone voice crying for clean
    I.--aches but it's too much when to ail
    the refuse cut glass old shoes and
    unmentionables must be added cavor-
    ting nudes Does nobody care?

    Wednesday We nil know the types who
    get up and tell us they are only going
    to say a few words and sit down again.
    You have to fall asleep before they will
    dry up. But there are people who mean
    what they say. One ol them died not
    long ago in South Africa. He was Chief
    Jeremiah Moshesh ol the royal Ramko-
    tele clan. During a long and heated
    debate on a political question in the
    Bunga (thc local talking-shop or Gen-
    eral Assembly) he got up and said "My
    speech will be short. God Save the
    King". He then sat down. I have lis
    tened for hours to politicians who
    drooled on and on and on and when
    they did sit down had said nothing so
    good as the late Chief Jeremiah.
    l
    Thursday 1 can (.till remember the
    shocked voice of the lady visitor from
    North America as she read aloud at the
    Museum under the portrait of a Bar-
    badian of long ago "eighteen children".
    It's strange how people's views change.
    I remember a life insurance official
    looking at me as if I had just dropped
    from Mars when I informed him in
    reply to a questionnaire that I was one
    of a family uf eight. This was in London
    of course. Here in Barbados we are still
    old-fashioned enough to count children
    as blessings, even though we call them
    little horrors. Still eighteen is rather
    lot. what?
    Friday I like the views of the Seed Trade
    on emigration. The President of th
    Seed Trade at Leamington (the plact
    named after our SPA ?) was saying thai
    there would be serious problems
    Canada if something were not done tc
    stop the drift from the country to the
    town. So what? "Send out not indi-
    viduals but families and if possible
    streets and whole villages. It is essentia
    that there should be communities o:
    people who know and trust each othet
    and who can live together making their
    own amusements in the great loneI>
    wastes."
    I like that, don't you? all except the
    bit about the great lonely wastes. Re
    minds me of Esquimaux, and ice-huts
    Brrh ! Which reminds me people wen
    complaining of being too cold last week
    Any volunteers for the great lonelj
    wastes?
    *
    Saturday People seem to want tropical
    dress less than they want most thing:
    but a good lead from the top woulc'
    make them think. Personally I never
    thought the Duke of Gloucester looked
    any less Royal in shorts and open shirts
    than he does in the typical English dress
    which Barbadians affect. But shorts and
    shirts should be combined with earl>
    hours. The only reason why peopli
    cannot get to their office desks by 7.3C
    is that they are too lazy to make thc
    effort. They get up aarly enough. And
    they have far more time to get dressed
    washed and breakfasted than the Eng-
    lish worker who has to rush to catch his
    train.
    Down in Surinam they get to theii
    offices by 7.30 and from what I hear
    they look fitter and feel much happier
    And what goes for the workers seem;
    good enough for the schools. I don'i
    know what goes on at Codrington toda\
    but the lecture hours up there BJtd b
    be 7.308.30 and 10 to 1.
    There is only one reason why school'
    could not open here from 8 to 1 And
    that is the unwillingness of anybody tr
    make the effort. But if these were nnr-
    mal school hours, most of our education
    al troubles would disappear because
    there would be no need of new build
    ings, only shifts.
    Don't blame me if you think thesi*
    ideas foolish. Blame your own stupid-
    ity. Barbados is the only hot country
    in the world in which 1 have lived It
    which people work such foolish hour?
    and wear such unsuitable clothes
    There now. go in your corner and
    have a good cry.
    PS. I got a nice new flap-out shirt
    for my birthday.
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    Ml i:i>\\ mis i HBI I;
    BARBADOS si i\ ocATE
    rsi.i i hi
    Mason Attempted To Blow Up House
    Acting Chief Justice
    Postpones Sentence
    WORK /A FLORIDA Leave, Far fhiro
    FIREMAN FLAlfc HUM: o\ IIwhs
    % *Y
    HKS I.. i. ACTING CHIEF JUSTICE.
    MR .1 W. B CHENERY yeutarda) postponed sentence on
    : old Win, i: Kincl i Sands. Christ
    Church, when ury found him guilty after len
    minute;,' dtUb IttcmptllUJ U> blow up a dan
    to i .- GlUta* Village, St
    The Pi .

    Mi r l tot Altor-
    at) in

    Cou
    I:
    M A l
    After the Pros-

    -

    llcation was BH
    Mr. Field Mid thl
    evidence wtakfa would Iwd
    juis iii the conclusion that Kit
    was guilty.
    Hi* Lordship ruled Bfl
    should go to the Jury.
    Ml Vuii.ui.el Carm.ch.iH. Qov-
    s: ll it, said that Sgt.
    1 mded him 0 i August
    m. <0m

    Grass Field
    Burns At
    Santly Lane
    Held i
    : ... envelope contain, a por-
    wuted for the rsdance. This con-
    Of spent fuse
    every respect
    fuse used for Igniting dvnamite.
    Cr*-evasntaed bv Mr Hi*
    I thl
    Km.v.- wh, ,. to tht-
    lt
    In tta left background, Brew*- pi.
    started whtn a red-hot tmeltuu. poi
    st S-i.-iv Lane
    rt tin
    i patch of sounift-K
    told the Police Magistrate that he Bands. At about midnight durme
    had seen the time ba a clock in "" bilcrn --...: tM lei the dance
    the shop, but It was in truth a f'>r home. He and a man called J*" hot on.'1
    watch. The bicycle Kinch ha.I i l"'m '"] *"'h
    iv Buik .,. *, *hen Wurhed th* grow, send-
    lighl burninj He itopgawt and -nJ^ UP
    ; n>a *' S*i.dj I-tne
    ? Tllllldajl mnrning
    n a red hot gmeMae containei
    K used by a gang of workmen
    elenhonr .able, touches
    area* and set it on lire
    1 detachment of the
    am Fire ilrigade rushed
    ie *eene and put out the lire
    ould spread over any
    I e area.
    ,
    Prem the 350-gallon
    .ittarhed to the
    Wall
    J gallon*
    17 minute- Tne
    , ei.iting this pump
    i r. m ihe truck's engine

    ..' .... lelcphone
    one carrying M
    II th.it link Brtdffr-
    t Jaanas -.wtu ItWBgmB*
    had hmstwd meltina the
    i i about 10 pull the
    up to the plat-
    form on adtlcfi Ihej gam woikln
    amlned had Iwn
    Id hove been ex-
    ploded i .fore.
    I.iwd Near Websters
    I i :nhiis Waterman said he
    ill Mr, lived near the Web-
    Eurine. He wag
    hi 11.30 p.m. on
    August S when he saw a man near
    ter*a home with a bicycle.
    Charles. Thompson of OUfcaa The man put down the May* BnM retting on chattel of KhUl
    vmage, vrftt die nr. witncs*. He :ind called out a name thai soundr 1 Khus grass while he drank water
    raid wu.1 Veman Kim h had been )**. Cecil. The man then we The distance from *
    Irienaly with hi* detlghb Webster's house H
    H :. for more than two years. Uyed bv the house a shurt'whil
    On August 6. about 11.45 p.m. and when MM whe
    he was sitting al home when >- he had placed the bicycle he re-
    heard an explosion under the cognised that the person w.
    house to the .. okedal Kmch beeau:-,
    sept Eight eh one he wanted to see who it was thai
    child lived at this house. had left the bloyeli on the ground
    ....,* rt'ond I Kinch lappsd turn on his shoulder the Government Analvst
    when nC got up Iron, wnere he 0nd <;od. Wrong man!" Later that d-> hg L Kitten rl a er h^ flf had bw
    He continued walking towards at the C.I.D. and churned bun reputed wife I Ud '"'! out ai,d inspected the damag
    -^w a barely with the oflence of attempting to ha went to Klnch_________________________
    burning and blow up a dwelling house. evidence for the
    lly after two explosions occur- <*raM-examined by Mr. Hus- n. tt Cuun^l lor the |B|gsllimilMI ba
    i quick aucces- bands he said that ' Road 1
    pipe
    . lil-iU! .1 in
    Endi
    and a half.
    Sgt. Loula Marshall, in charge
    of lloletown Polici
    that a a result of
    Police on August 7. he went to the
    Station, said Kinch about

    ed wnj she wim up so late.
    id heani I R
    cut iii at his home and saw him
    Cresa-examined he said he knew
    ears. Kinch
    iw hat.
    When Graf ton Week** was with
    Webster*' house and was slm Ing from the dinjaii
    ) burnt fuses. He took them to WeekM wore I broWTi pgota. He.
    iin panti -mri
    hot wa* the container, th
    it the wooden platfon i
    411 teet oil tl .
    r -i ii d lo i
    fl..mcs where the tire started, bi.t
    pread oeat bi i
    . Win enclosure which hmden I

    Eng'-ieers from the Telephm-e
    s rrh'ad at the
    Mr. P Ie, L-boui
    Adviser to the CoroptroUei 10
    Welfare retun.

    . gT.IJt
    oeetuig wi li re
    prr.-entalive* ol UJ. en i
    connection with the tmptoymen
    of West Indian worker-
    Also alien din n the meeting u>ei
    of th'
    neglona) L bour Board compii'
    nig >ir. it. N Jack, AfUng L
    Coogmaaiierier, Barbados, Mr -
    omon Horhov. labour Cotnin
    '. Trinidad Mi ft H i
    Labour Advwar Jamaica and M
    H. G. Macdonald. rhiel
    Officer .dtached i Ihi M
    Central Labour Orgam/
    Washington. .
    Mr. Catehpole told the Adv*-
    thai the) wan
    tnake ^itisfactory ar.-angemeii |
    with regard to employmea* f
    hwi vortan ba rionda. Th.
    hoped that a large numt-
    who were completing then re
    'racU in the north arottld l-1 ll H
    ferred to emoloyment in |*lorl
    FOR XMAS I
    PRESENTS I
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    iBUYTHEBOXfc
    21
    i patriated to their y .
    .
    It ^.ii(i "thai -in Friday t< Can
    addUioiuil .s- ' ill U
    tei-ruited in the B]
    eluding Barbados. fr work mi
    Florida from January onward*.
    All arrangements tor U
    ter in "he workers frowi the north
    t. Plortda will be m
    of Mr. H. G. MacDonald. Chief
    Laaison Offieer m W*shington
    t r.
    LOU1R L, BAYLKY
    It.11 inii Lane
    was sitting and was going outside.
    When he went out m
    called Wateiman. li-
    ported the matter to th
    "*' ich used to i*vc at the hou red it the hoaatl
    Waterman had
    d ealle.1 fa
    sometime before the expl
    He had heard Klnch threi
    blow up the house, but h
    talrtn.1i',n\.f0vr?U*'y-1 ta hou^e below'the Webatera'". Re-examined ha aaM that Cast! l>r.eeu'
    Eurlne Webst, said sh. knew Ha had on two previou. occa- Thompson was sometimes ,
    .ion sion.
    n to a
    not Cecil
    __ion
    ailed out and a man called Kmrh
    Thompson eame out of a "Cecil.
    sions about a year before the ex- Tom. bl -hould
    plosion seen Kinch going at the *. William Phillip* said that nil a)
    w atari" on August 7 he interviewed Kinch hours before going to St. James
    lowing up a hou
    m St. Jimes
    Kinch since 1849 and
    children far him. AlMit 11.45 p.m
    on August 6 bi srhOJI
    she was awakened by an explo- The night the explosion occurre ^ion and shortly after heal I Kmch was dressed In dark panta. to enter an identification parade.
    - -t morning white shirt, panama hat with a Kinrh declined to enter Met)
    She saw two pieces of fuse out- hlack band and shoe*. parade. Waterman and Phillip*
    Worn. Or***-examined bv Mr, Hus- w^-re then brought to Indentlfy
    She had given birth K> child band! he said wher. he first saw Kinch.
    for Kinch in June .,n<\ tier he Kinch he vould not see the Web- ,,,.., , ,
    would not support tt. *n broogbt sters' h use. Thin- were other Klnch Al Silver Sands
    a case against him for it* support, houses nhnu' the Websters" house. The defenee fsaUtd two Wtt-
    _____________________________^^_^_ "'' did ii" notice the number of nesscs. The llrst Denmay Kurk .
    the1 said she lived al BUvet
    llenrd Fxnlmions "bo"* 30 feet from Kmch* home
    .bhsh v.|lm.e, bui a wom.ui Uki
    Tom" not he identity of the man who had flurkr wno n.d lo(d llu>|11 lh|
    lenlte,! the dynamite and tin* the Kmch Vlfiwd her home daily coui
    lraVS5 man * olh " *- .
    Id>
    ilm.
    He would put it ltraight to inem
    lhat it Ihcy believed Watermai
    they would have to lind Kin. |
    guilty. What could have induce I
    witness like Waterman, i'
    Witnesses Ilinrred Ulld Diish ,,, ^f,,,. I(, ,hl. ,,,.
    '"" id give evidence against Ki ch?
    "tig mm In what had they against him" Th
    * ,t, fence had allege, i
    they spoke as to how the -'-
    i\^i*Mii\i.
    Cecil Thompson.
    VilUige
    i I.
    propped wlien. as they said
    U i Erom a tap.
    The u
    of an explot.....i occurring about
    Kinch carru- to her home about I2J8 BOUld oul, have
    lorry driver 7.3d p.m. on Auiru ' lUhg ol another ex-
    said his house her to peel cassava. He left there plosion.
    the Webster*', about 10.30 and went to his home. They could searecly think that
    August G when About 11.30 Klnch's reputed wife |f man iiundred
    ilosions. It wa* called her from her bed and told ,,tr^ from where an eXPlO too
    her that Klnch was skk and had occurred, that that man wa* the "*>.**. ne were a v
    Villuge i. iu >. i
    I'm DM ajaaajaaa ha.i
    l inai Waieiman was a vill. 1;
    yar and on thai sirengui n.-
    rd them not to take him agrl*
    U but the lait tn.u V..1.euit n
    i only said he . Kmch gj
    the direction of the Mug
    the idea of the vil!ug<
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    ^English lavender
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    H'me ((I (o
    ^ Assorted (i
    Box i
    ; to Box
    light. The explosions
    law
    i ask her whethe:
    aapoaaible
    ......i toi the explosion.
    ^hichdiroctlon they any castor oil. She went to Klnch, That would oven
    returned home, for ""*'"" gnntad thai ba was seen.
    ck to Klnch. She t| ..... ,, )(ll^
    "', would betkyv* thai Waterman tried
    Vfab rman would not bavt h I
    ugs to chance it he wanted i
    a conviction ngaiiist Kuul.
    t would even h.ive laid th.
    lie had seen Klnch light the lust
    mid say. w.is i
    loud that he did not **nt
    know from
    bad come.
    Afh r the second explosion he nd
    opened a window and looked out; Stayed there until 1.30
    . Waterman who told him ' that time Kinch was at home '" 1|t;(m(. Kllu.h %vhon V..teaman
    mi .i in- m.u. eet> >oaa-examined she said she ban ,'''';hl, (lu, " - ,l( ,lC viinoa* of the tiulli.
    V-ro^examlnei by Mr. Hua- known It was 10.30 P n 7had seen him
    blinds he sod he used to see Kinch told her it was Hl.Sil when distrni had seen him.
    ..t ihe wi occa! he was leaving. Bh. ^ urddnrt> tha
    sionallv 130 a.m. becauae she saw the man would h.ive called out I
    Ceeirtenaf rbllllpa. an agricul- watch at Kinch'* home Otbctl I eomparat ve
    urei of St James said *'ro at her home when In wag loud woke when he was m n
    pjn on August C helping her peel cassava. bouaa Intended blowin
    I night he saw Kinch "<* wa dressed in dark pants v.,in,,, fi
    of i road near Turner and ahtrt, and wore a iaithat. she whM v etlu
    l water knew he did not own a straw hal ,,, believe, that Klnch call"!
    bicycle which wna Klnt"n **** accustomed to visiting ,. f>
    '.'uank water S-TroS rild M remenibar the Independent Wlto. m
    R .. left on tha pre
    i irot on his wiv walking nights he Visited. *" nu n
    K inch tuidmg at She did n-t glv* Kinch any proved that Kin
    , .,d. The tap from alcohol when he was ill She OOkaa I lamas, at I
    which Kinch was drinking water never told the Police she had given Ume the ex
    from En- h(m alcohol. ...
    ...ivour Klneh left Tor woik a'out
    mint home and was asleep "'clock next morning
    tan he was aw-nkened by an ex- Lived N>ar Kjnc|,
    g from the direction A|Iw|kpr| Virdp ,lf Soi.r, 0,m,
    Christ Church said he was Burke's
    K,SOAP NOVELTIES)
    B> Cuuton
    in
    |ha WeMters" home.
    When he sow Kinch, he was
    hite shirt brother-in-law. He lived fi
    but was at his horn-
    sand*. Tha preaacaj
    In these witnesftC*. but
    railed .o do so.
    that the
    ENUINFERB and workman of
    the Telephone Co inspect the
    Ute where the fire occurred yes
    terday morning, and burned a
    patch of sonrgraax at Bandy
    Lane.
    At top lelt can be seen the
    platform on which men work
    repairing the Cable*.
    1 | e was to be i,
    .
    lived at sihei Sands, Chrlet
    Church.
    CT*M-ex*mined t MI*S R*< I
    *he said (hat Kinch had .stopped Gregg* Hill
    comng regularly to her house Mw Kinch drinking
    -line OctObl She did
    K . the ex-
    plosion occurred.
    Clara W'bater
    F.urme Webster** mothei and they
    'ed at the same house in Gllkcs
    wearing black pant.*,
    and u Panama hat
    He was accustomed to seeing
    Kinch about the district.
    <'rots-examined by Miss Beece
    he said he wa* accompanied bv :.
    friend and when he saw Kinch he
    i end that he knew that
    man. Kinch had leaned hi* bicycle
    in a pavement while lie drank
    iter
    I 10 o'clock when
    he m Kinctl ,d Endeavour
    Corner When he heard the ex-
    plosion it was about 1225 a.m.
    Saw Kinch At Pipe
    Mehunald llaah of Apes Hill
    S'. Andrew, said that
    August 6 he waa going along
    ith Phillips when he
    l : from a
    r Kinch. On August <
    hirthmght danre
    Mr Held
    rtely have an)
    .. dOUbt that K
    i Lghl th<
    , I
    j mcllon with Phillips' and Dash's
    wa* conclusive ISalliiHWlj Utei
    Kinch was in the neuut> ol tin
    ,'xplosii'ii that night.
    Hearing of the
    ..gainst Kinch gffl
    flag the -
    That was no coin- kdei
    The defence wltne-! Burst hat
    had i "tree
    rai while ihe other defenee wit-
    idmlUad he o*
    Hurfce wai nothing but a biassed
    i..
    Yard* had glyen evidence thai
    mi it i*i m 'ii Wi ehi
    - in i i he rlopped al Kim-'
    m Uie birthnlghl dance V.
    rice had not seen tit to hrinn
    ini as a wit lie**.
    H. Lordship summed up tne
    .1 nd ;ifter retiring In
    In len minutes, the Jury ret H
    < -- serdict of guilty.
    'roned.
    iiJe*e, ^
    Kinch
    white straw hat. a
    ,:t and i rown pants. He
    knew Klnch before then and had
    Been him last about three month'
    bef..... He knew the lama war
    V.llage. DU] th iiigiil of Au- about 8.3U when he .....
    gU*1 0 she hem.I Iv/O explosions drinking wuter.
    iiit did DOl leavt her l-.i a* he Cross-examined by Miss ReeeC
    was ternt h ,(f' tf ,, hr km.w ,hf, tlmr i^.
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    RARn.VDOS VDVOCATE
    SATURDAY. NOVEMBER 22. I***
    BOAT 111(11 l !-% POUT
    ihtminivu YesniiWfer:
    br reliable A l www
    Lmimcr" A mbI*
    wilh A I. bring* -arming
    tomlor. Whr .uBrr whew
    sggftj b to mm M h^'
    A4 wmit
    -I LINIMENT
    WHAT A
    RELIEF!
    -says
    polUlral lir>Md
    ""'- -,
    EndRheumaiism
    While You'S!ee>
    stabbing
    i Stow?

    WHm Jelnta IN
    laerrtla, L.mb.i
    ilgMS, blKln...
    -dea uMir C>aa
    i Piaaagtl. - 8' "* o> "
    ^<< -"0 F0iiiM M..a<.
    " ate. Ur.linarv 'iwcUrtlw
    n't Wlp nuii-li -r" veil mil
    at t* taw root coum ol tfe>
    l"# Cra**> tr.*lm#rit I* apewi
    TllBOUlFl. I-
    Roseau Fire
    Department
    Removed
    The Huaeau Fire Brigade Uepart-
    mcni hu been removed to the
    uu tiding previously occupied by
    the Oovtrnmml Coid Bturaaje ami
    lie Plant, which ceased operation
    with the completion the C.D.C
    Fruit Packing and Ice plant. The
    aTire Brigade Dept. was formerl>
    bou*ed in part of the Building oc-
    '-upied by the Roseau Town Coun-
    cil.
    The Superintendent of police.
    Colonel R. de la C- Oranne, is alw
    Chief Fire Officer, and J. G
    Hewitt of Trinidad 1* Deput>
    Fire chief Mr. Hewitt, who wa.
    an Inspector in the Port -of -Spa lr.
    Fire Brigade Department, waa
    tranaferred to Dorninka ao h*
    i-ould institute new fire fighting
    measures and improve the Depart-
    ment on the whole
    Colonel Otanne represented the
    Windward Island/ t the We-- in
    dies Fire Conference held e.irliei
    this year.
    Two Electrocuted
    'Death by electrocution wt> the
    verdict of the coroner's Jurv in-
    vestigating the cause of death of
    girl at Roseau last Sunda>
    momlng. The Afteen-year-old
    girl carelessly held an uninsulated
    portion of a line wire at a home in
    New Street and waa unable to
    pull away her hand. At her
    screams, the other occupants of the
    Mr. L. J Marcano, General which were Invited j number ol hrange enough, in u letter lo hi* ho***#- who did not know what
    Secretary of the Cmu-bcan urea trade unr>ns the world over and a friend Engels. Marx goes as far ,n do * vt her. ran out for
    Mivismn of OJi.I.T. made the lol world movement was formed a to aay that England Is the only helP- When help arrived the girl
    I | j.wtrh at a man meeting known as the International Con- tountry where Communism could WM a eorpa*.
    bceg m QufMn .-..i*. rruaj i,aeration of Free Trade Unions, be realised In its truest form. The Three day* later, on Wednerday
    I'Vi-mber 14.: Your Brother Adams and our respect which the English have '2th a man also died of eleclrocu-
    "I ned hardly tell you how biother Alexander of the Trinidad for the rights of the individual is "on- Apparently the man
    and mimwm 1 nave) m & Touago Seamen and Waterfront i crhapa what prompted Marx to eleaiung up his garden about
    BOAT DRILL an the IB. "Lady Rodney" waa held walls ths veasel was la Carlisle Bay s-aaUrdav Tb.
    burly Wast Indian (eeee&d from left) will no* be taking part In ths 'Bogaars" Beat Drill after tfcjl
    MR. MARCANO EXPLAINS
    TRADE UNION SPLIT
    Mrk kldn>s
    bUBavaad ran*.
    >ur a.-at-ro Mfi I
    mtalna
    . tteetaktitii'* thsgern w*l i i
    . and mlnviaomii
    l wroiaeia vow iron:
    ___ of dlaaaae-altacli >>n i
    I'ltoata alter oinottm, and i
    >.M (Ii* entli
    >aiseg ey Decteri, Ckamim, i
    One-Nms Jeffi
    . ,atax U upwr
    1 .mists In i*
    ma SufTarx
    '>" a!"-.*.
    tAA
    ng you this evening. In- Workers boUi
    l ixiisKlei myacll gicatly w.% meeting.
    tionoiired in having been invited
    v lo you at this PubUri
    Meeting.
    A great French General, one of
    t-.o heroes of the 11114-18 War,
    F eld Marshal Koch, was in the
    habit of saying whenever lie was
    (atad with a problem "Dv f&KA
    'agB-llt" which interpreted iijeans
    'What it is all aboutT" Well, t^^
    this split within an International
    ttenued this Con- make that statement. Recently, niile out of town on the road V
    we saw a Labour Government in Bellevue Dawbincry. In clcarim
    power and Bills paved for thr be must have held on to a loos.
    nationalisation of k > industries wire which was lying near thi
    .such as Steel and Coal and Mining, ground. It was a live wire wlur).
    Itcsides these acU of the Govern- bad dropped from it support The
    ment there was a National Health corpse was later discovered hv i
    ... fawjSuMuyilTiTlB lT * whlch inl v.ry in- passing motorist.
    \t,,iu, atuCl \ \T Joimnuius aJ- *"* nodical, dental and optical ?30 eolU AC. from the CDC
    BMgy. Communism ha> lor .U L'^'-Tir"1 'l*c of pharr Second- 1^ plant
    Inner a Gennan iTolesaor called "^L ,UC'(. *>nBW*' ^Sfi 22 ,
    Kail Marx. M-rx - - ' "P#n to "" "*" 'n^1 r**iveH
    UiSurencea
    Now, ui order Wat you may
    a nun- awuiau: view wi uu uuter-
    i.n.t uiai exist uctwevn uie iw
    * -
    a week and milk wa< pro-
    ....* -).'-l -'"' '' ill<>.ll-ll.'ll*l B_|^ _-- _ ,K. 1UI- ..,. -| ^ 'lit
    Workers' Organisation known gg ,or^ P*n ,o( ,1U! '1,u, f*",l"> l' vided in the school* .rce
    -he World Federation of Trade ^ ^^SSlSL^ ^t,^i *** wkin| c.aJi.
    Unlona and why the formation of "uatrial Kevoiutxm. In
    :.;
    .other world organiaation taown
    ;>>. the International Con'-
    nf Fim* Trudc I'r.i hi I ' it'
    foie pfopose. as simply and su
    straight fnrwardly as possible to the latter had the opporti
    put before you what r know gbogi
    li kM md I hope that I will
    uiceod in helping you to draw
    vourown conclusion in the matter.
    of chB
    received
    ogtag which they had never re-
    ecived before. Yet the Capitalist*
    food b) and respecied the laws
    that weri* oaeted in the eyes of
    many perhaps to their total di*-
    .-Kivunlage and allowed every[hlnit
    udymii social afld Industrial con- lo , in lhe ,lormal way.
    ntions very closely. It was as a BRain when the Labour Party
    '(suit perhaps ol theo expert- defeated
    paid J visit to France, where
    be met Eiigels who owned a col-
    trn .ndi'stry In Manchester. Enaels
    Invited Marx to Eng.
    Good Prosper
    For Crops
    ply
    From Page 3.
    i nn eloquent and lmpressl
    was made.
    Strike
    On the same day of arrival of
    Ana His Excellency, the Oenen
    was workers' Union, under It* leade
    ------------at the recent elections Mr. Nicholas Pollard, c*Ued
    .th-thewabletownl#hli Wn ,,, u^, do? They simply lightning "National Strike" sc
    (.ommunist Manlfette in.the same handed over the power to govern porently to strike fear and erf
    year. There is little doubt thai the to u,,lr opponents the Con,erva- barroaa the new Governor The
    . icial and economic condit on* Uvm employeea at the Public Works
    On the one hand, you nave Uie ptevalluig at the time were de| lor- f^^ lhe movmient of the Department, the Hotel unde
    :orld federation ol Trade Unions. blr. we might even tny inhuman. K FTU hai been formed by men atructlon by the Colonial Devel-
    mmonly referred to ae the Indeed, women even expectant ,nd WOmen who are eonscious of cpment Corporation, the Sawmill
    .FTU\ and on the othei nnnd. you nt.dhert were by forre nf t-ircum- the dtffnity of human nature and -he BelU* Estate and Produce
    .ve the iniernutHHiai Conlcdei nnce compelled to i>r'fonn very mn awar# , |h# t0vM injustices F/\.LJ*Vnd, JTC ,*vwiorts * lh'
    .uon ol Free Trade Union-, !,- Mrenuous dutifi such a, pushing lhal natfp DCOf, golnt on fot ^ United Fruit Company, struck and
    ueuiLy auokwn t as Uio 1CFTU. wagons filled with .-'ls in the |^.( p^^ry ind who ar# deter-
    me WFTU v. mines, children too had to work min#d to erad,cu. the W.F.T.U. And I.C.F.T.U.
    raise
    s with retroactive wrfed fron'
    Commence m PB-lg for very Ion* period., some 14 to ., b(l()d wor|d jn whlrj, mm .<**>**^ "Ml A. pislol
    October. 145, as a result 11 is IB nour, |*-r day for g mlieral.le l0. .mpioya,, M| worker, .l.ke ^n.Th nri! Irv A Arm *tsnd
    muugh, or u.e "Big Thre." subsletence wage. Marx .aw all wl Uvc ln harmon> reaaidlvi, ut m Sli 2^ GoveVnnSt who
    -operation during World War iftg and preached in his writing ,!,... rare or crewi .njoymg n-fuied ta twsji with Ef Union
    thin ihe that it* only way out wa. to, the W|Ual rlghtl and respected not for unti, the men went back to work
    workers the world ovr to unite )ne portion they hold nor fo the After a week's deadlock some of
    wealth thev po***** but for the the men have returned
    service* vhlch thev render to the and negotiations ore now proceed-
    not u.ilii 1917. however, community as a whole Ing. (#
    ;).<
    rld oVr to unite
    l.i-mii
    i.oi to say UMt
    ion space of three yearn
    lajorlly ol Ttadai Unletti uu
    .orlu over were .itliliaten to tin
    .rgamzation, Indeed, the niviibcr-
    Up < I aflUiates was well m W (llt. ^ Mj1x (.illd ^^.^a fl^.
    nil lion, reprcseniuig the Trtdt ||>s ^ Itlil[ .,, ,
    "?"-!* aTI*. W*Tl "" ""' ':o Ku.a and prepared the he,-
    treugth of iu Mai ll,lon whltn ^Vou; ,
    AOrid labour. MNOrM h .., ,iw ln Regjine.
    a consultative capacity ... You ,mghl ask ,10w r , ,.
    in took such a hold oil
    n Tnig unswer. 1 think.
    |g not diflU-ult to rind. T! i
    ng classes, particularly Ihe P*a*-
    anu. were exploited by the Taanl
    Raflhae In manner thai is beyoi
    he Social and Economic Coun-
    il of tlie United Nations, rttui
    iho on the' Food and Agriculture
    >rganisatkins und on the Intcrna-
    iMBgl Health Organisation. An
    .greement waa also reach*
    labour Ofllce The WFTU it I
    also fair to say used its Influenc*
    d the United Niliorw to defend
    .he legal righta of trade urn. n
    'ountries where these gfl
    recognised. So far ao good.
    MM than those existing
    like England or the
    V S A. 1 am DO) in a position to
    know imt I'ven if material coruli-
    ilons were better. I am 'ure thai
    'he individual does not en)ny UV
    freedom and the protection whirl
    i> mjoyg in let us ay Engl.ii in prepared to go a* far a-- ti
    cmwetle economic freedom for th
    inn)ority but alas existing side lr
    ide with a politleal tyranny. Ami
    what une Is It to me If I fall
    excellent hou'lng. clothlne an |
    food If I am denied that arblch I ,
    ;:timiilelv mine, that i< freedor i
    nf speech whi.h is not hint: b\i j
    akin of my thought] '
    Philosophert througliriit
    RiUnOAV 'uLJjt-Ur wltH B-|M-r|gl|Blir ? tbM
    Streetcar named Hollywood ~
    and a man who jumped aboard
    By GEOnGE SCOTT
    But and there Is a big bid. <
    nces arose between the Commtn
    ds and the n on-Communist se<
    ions of the world movement whl< i
    ventually made the continuant
    if unity impossible.
    Split Created
    It wa* flgaat) that i
    wly created orgamsations u
    economically backward countiie.
    vitich counted membership i.
    ,ona of Aoiid's'histary nVve'ggTeed ti
    ng membership num. whk .,ltr tbjnj PVCI) ihough U
    there was no DM .MfTered on every other quetton
    m the million mark, thus thrcni-.- ,nri ,hat |. that man'- greater?
    ng to submerge older w.-i: .-.(,- rlVilege it to think and to hi
    gibed trade iinm nv-vement ih4 to exprega hat thoughu III
    Fven mor. Know was the cim- ut ay fOBr nt being in snv w
    ... i. waged bythe soviet Trad* tT)ldp lo w(Per R, nMXt of daln-
    Union Jotirnnl Tend -o-;.,.. vhat ^ B(l, ^^ w# tor |nturw
    they termed 'the Reform- ..... fln(, n f>neior Mw| .,,
    inkin lenders within the riMcm- ruvip
    tion. and later taken up bv the
    official bulletin of the WFT;'.
    These and many other dlfTero:
    -^tween the Communist and noi-
    'ommunist trade union* eventual*
    ' created n ^plit and cau'ed i
    mmher of trade unions to leave
    M WFTU and fonn i
    .1 .
    Keg Uie
    second-hand solace ol
    uie cinema when your ll!e
    has oeen as full and aa
    adventurow as Howard
    a rfi
    Bui li *>aa inc oaine ui n-
    Wen End film dial excued tun.
    and .ii nla minJ racing bac
    over UU rears rrsterda*
    "Bo thtyve made fltci again
    Now I Hondci
    good as the
    Staramojcnc
    1 sraa in wim
    itimon Noarru
    and 'ho,
    Terry T
    me sec apan
    was that '
    A search
    tirough scrap
    oooka revealen
    he date
    Fame by chanct
    sober,
    pertng .
    Anchors,
    lade fftci agaUi
    I
    'V >atm A aal
    kg* far Howard li
    lanviv thought But the vovai
    *woKe a wanderlust in :. -
    Ol Um nesi 3i years, oniv -
    eert saeBt in Britain, and on
    two on thai safe, orosu^
    heep farm.
    He strolled into fame as
    mm stag almost by chance li
    'found himself" n
    f rani- sea a elt* riusxin-
    iiad

    |gg|
    t Biro"
    Thn
    rongrene i
    i December. 1W.
    held In I. esdoB
    AGRICULTURAL
    ADVISER
    Fmni Pare 3.
    Oniv Conntrv
    A I Took on Communism wai writtc-
    und published in London, an'
    Housing Scheme
    m From Pate 3
    ' .iiii unite certain men born in ,
    he West Indie-, are "poing to be
    ur succeseori. as Chairman of ]
    'he Jamaica I*gion and Com*,
    tnander of the Ca v i
    "Thi* normal progress, you'
    ,,u .T, f.V^;' \?** >,.--.- kn"* H -he aim of Her Majertv'
    formed All-Wand Cane Fa- iBm,(ra'- t,

    i nf Jamaica
    in Jamaica." M'
    had talk; with th, 1>. Xl^J&J?"*'&?& +
    A HULL fi SON DISTRIBUTION
    tor of Acriculture mal Husbandry) and Mr S
    Ilmnett of the Wellcome Institute
    'Ennlaiid). who Is visiting Jamai-
    ca at the request of thr I
    ment.
    On his return to Jamaica from
    British Honduras Mr. Frampto
    Mended n conference to meet "
    Food and ABrleulture Organiaation
    expert on agricultural < I
    >ne*hod in rural areas. The onpor-
    mltv was also taken to visit the
    offices of the All Island Banang mmra and the other In the South
    flrowerg" Aioele:inn ahd disctisg Caribbean centred on Trinlda.)
    'he shlppim: -and marketing of The preKnt Battalion would b.--
    bananas and the control of leaf- come the nucleus of the regi- j
    1 spot disease ment.
    happen quickly these thlngli
    take a long timebut I am con-
    II in due course, par-
    ciiiari) you people who served.
    II ItM Htiush We?1 India Regl-
    rrriit of the past, will have a
    jtment in the future of analen
    vO\i Vlll have e\-ery right to be
    proud "
    It wa* reported later in Ja-
    \uw:> Government circles that of
    the two battalions to be forme.I.
    would be stationed in Ja
    ibawlB-
    l^indon on Oecmbri 10. IW3
    "Hollywood was tu.
    e*cilemeni and rigour In tfiao
    davn' the old man aaja
    was still roung -hen >
    Mfae.'
    ftgjd ne was still voting toe:,
    and full ot dasn and cnihusiasn,
    Now in- it no' -o young o..
    in years anyway He is It
    *nd a tonic illnew Has sent run
    reluctanily at >llupered ease .i
    .its Wembley Oat
    Vou would no- stica a law. on
    Howard Oaya like reiired civn
    jen-an'. or "ex-C.ty nan. H*
    nas been too roanv things and
    o loo many places
    Sheep-farnMr iriur. go: i
    nmrr journalist. tooar -
    impor:er. siarof *ileni nimi
    " When you au where 1 ha -
    oeen my boy u u easier
    .neniion the place* I |aMn
    ven China. Russia, -.nd In
    anlv because I had no des .
    to go there
    Fridy Ihe 13lh
    His raveis j.ar.ea Irom I
    oury on md.- linunn 1^ 13
    - It wa, ra,.. n
    as the 20-ytar
    ai.ed for Ne .'.ra.inrt in
    rn- slup Pwpat..
    That to nu r.uni.1
    -..1 way io f*\e
    uad he dottc
    l riad ganioird j..

    ii ,

    lefP a


    13-1 ihe Tal-
    VERTERUAV
    Loo* i *o back.
    all of "moving pictures." He
    mdered to Los Angeiw
    ad rook a streetcar namea
    !0..aoad Holl>wood. 191:
    llywoad, iiitic more man
    isnij town ihen. out beginning
    !wrst ai the seams with
    j nne*i -nUuisiasm
    l.ierr Howard tl*ye me
    o w. OrfBtn tne rtrat film
    wUiam Oare was with aim
    111 11 He iilayed Oeneral
    -i en E l^e in 'Blnh of a
    Nation- and Christ in
    Intolerance "
    Byron




    ceaatasai '''wiiio^roua aid
    1 iripg-T* ycsiergey. thi
    tliurut man loolted of -i
    i' h\"is'lt at Byron, rn
    fffttna Mm. Prince W
    Moeard ua/e reneebgerg Ana
    i 'urn oaek 'he pages to
    23 when the Daily
    iixprt*. Cinema Correapondent
    rMfga preaeniauon of
    Tne great poet-phllandcreT nas
    ve very name ol
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    iATTODAY. NOVEMBER 22. 1932
    BARBADOS AIH'Ol ATE
    AKIIIITO III, 41111 S OKI II I \l I ItOWV PIMM I
    PINO IK THRONE ROOM of the imperial palaoe in Tokyo. Japan'* Prince Akinlto. Id s 1,200-raar-
    imony. promises his parent* (left), Emperor Hlroblto and Enoprea* Nsgsko. that be will "cultirate
    leaving child like ways behind." SlBiult*neoti*ly Japan proclaims to all the world" that Afcihlto.
    come of ace and Is heir presumptive to the world'* oldest throne Behind Tkibito U Takanobu
    grand cosmbarUin. (Intrmaluntal Hodiophotv)

    DOCTOR
    ISOTOPE
    Harwell's atom
    man of peace
    cooks gold to
    use in medicine
    by JOHN
    WATERMAN
    HARWELL Uerk.shiri\
    Friday
    IN the atom laboratory
    the infra-red lamp
    glowed. By It sat Dr
    Henry Sellgman, a top
    British atom scientist
    whose researches, still
    secret listed, must cer-
    tainly have contributed to
    the Monte Bello tests
    In (he ray* of the lamp rte
    held a sample of radio-aii.v
    phosphorus, and considered It*
    use-not in a further 100
    million experiment in human
    dea-.ruction. but as 4TJ0 or so
    worth of treatment lor human
    suffering
    Sclign.an H 1800 a year
    Head of the L'-Jtouc-* DM
    Harwell Isotopes are .liose by-
    products of atomic research
    irhlen have caused a revolution
    in the treatment of some Kinds
    of cancerand made abu -ria
    advances possible in other fie'.as
    ol medicine, and In industry and
    agriculture
    To Canada
    Sellgman went into ii
    research at Cambridge in lim
    Then tie wftr. loCansd.i
    River atom v.a'.on Hince 1IM7
    Se'..man has been at Harwell a*
    an atomic man of peace
    He was sitting in (lie labor**
    tory at the Isotopes Schoo. -an
    establishment set up
    specially to train industrialists
    In ihe use of isotopes. It ts an
    ami able-looking red-brick build-
    inc. onoe a Itoyal Air Force
    Naati standing a couple ol
    yards outride UM -county wir*
    which surround* tlie man atom
    plant here The scientists call
    tha' ii'
    Somewhere 'here bevond the
    wire-no one would .say exactly
    DR. HENRY SELIGMAN "dries" a sample or radio acln
    phosphorus under the infra-red Ion p Seligmon is Head of
    the Isotopes Division ot Harwell
    lb
    ts
    r si*;en> Bepo and Oleep. tlie
    n am ft- given to B
    piles in which bomb material*
    and isotopesare cooked "
    Sells; man* laboratory Inoked
    supcrflciallv like unv school Ian
    with rows ol acid noiile* flasks.
    ii*a>-r-. But near the- wall*
    stood leftd-cT' i
    built up of i-inch thick lead
    nrtcks to prevet.t harm ti.mi
    radiation during experiment;-,.
    There were red wastr inni
    marked RADIOACTIVE
    EFPLUEN r ami COM
    HUST1BIJ! ACTIVF
    And each scientist WOT* on hi*
    white smock a imai'
    envelope eonUlnlng
    show the amount of rad
    exposes himself to
    Radio-active
    On the olaekboara Srigman
    drew diagrams and in hi' ill *
    Or*. European ui-r,i.
    explained his work aBB
    radio Lsotopes
    A radio isotope Is a chemi'-al
    element of basic elen.eir OBI
    pnur. phosphorus gti
    has been treated in the atomic
    pile. It retains Its ordlliarv
    chemical pni[nTlie bill assumes
    J nes The eight
    of Us atom changes. It becomes
    iiu'.io-ncnve.
    In medicine tlie most practical
    result of the use ot radio
    isotopes is in relief to can rr
    One rare kind ol
    cancer thyroid cancer can
    now oe romo'e'eiv healed,
    claims Sellffman He call* i: "a
    wonder run-
    The treatment oonaMi merely
    of drinking a tumbler ot water.
    In the glass has been Diaud a
    small amour, of 'he radio
    isoto[.' ot iodne lod n
    Disced m *ne bodv And* u wai

    -i pa d nbard i -.<: I at
    vro.d
    Se::mn emphasises that ihU
    ODlV Kind ot "-a-
    can be cured ou'r.eht Resenrch

    see r 'xv find heir wav-o other
    par:? ot tne bodv as :od no does
    to the -livroid But UMTS
    much i ind wtyi
    V w -id ne most
    UDla'r to rar.~o- *uH,
    raise the.r hones wlthou; anv
    lound.i' in "
    Pain reKcvcd
    I' tins been louno
    however that I
    0 i gold
    : :n*.o the ujq-v
    tl*r '- Mag* ol irthe: 'r.iri-
    I ,; ,
    \ .
    old ready
    u n < ookmg '
    i ht week an order for
    : ;...
    berg Oermanv a: i oclc** one
    motn.ng The go'd -*fs prepared
    venn^ed. and flosn oin tc reach
    the pa*:ent ty tfte lo.iu* ng

    :
    tumour- -o halt Uietr growth
    Radio phosphorus has made
    another sweeping advance in
    medicine. It can now be used to
    >:eat leukemiu-the blood flfaH
    (t-at killed Eva Peron And a
    new application ol It U in the
    lo- anon ol brain tumours
    I M arr MOMMM :.
    Ue of isotopes :n mcdKine
    A:r-crnage ia eaaentiai The
    isotopes are flown out in spev.i
    To 25 countries
    Britain H the i
    spot 9000 con re oro-
    '.....
    'O lb vOMtiT"-- inc!ud n* Israe.
    Uraill Pinland even to
    Amer.rj
    Profit to Britain was about
    W>.000 It could Imve been
    nore out only C30-40 is
    harged tor a eoedlllin
    i ira than the cost ol oro-
    narking and uanspofl
    In industry Uotones are no"
    bc-ne more wdelv u.ed Hut
    industr.alists have been more
    hem Uian 'he -m-d
    i profession So ihe I > -
    schoo! wsj. otar-ed in April IPS!
    This if run under Se-aman bv
    Harwell scier.
    ' ir( Johnston At 40 a head
    iit leaches indu
    unnlv tin- use ot iso:o:>o> i, >.<
    uctonas Recent! v the IJOLh
    -laotAplst" was passed out
    In the school isotope* are
    regarded aimnst aflacuonatelv
    an; "Just put a lnt>
    o.ooe In a tube") and iso-oo--
    research Is lighthear-ed v
    r.-a'ed i Sellgman: V.: I
    think its verv amusing work"!
    This attitude la perhaps under-
    le toward* a process
    *no*e result* contrast so
    .sTongiy to 'he results of
    research Inside the cage "
    and towards chemicals whose
    possibilities are said to be
    " boundless "
    D i-'I'YKKlHl nESRRVED
    Lomdv* Inf..
    GUIDES SAY FAREWELL
    TO LADY ARUNDELL
    The Most
    Powerful Man
    In The ^ orld
    Bv R. M M.K.11.1
    NEW YORK.
    So Eisenhower i iad> to mov<
    into thg a*reat White House Dig
    man. what now?
    To which queattnn the answer
    is- Plenty, with plenty of changes
    (itid pktity of headaches.
    First, there is Eisenhower's
    Dmnuse lo fly to Korea and there
    ir> to force a peace.
    (from Our Own Corres>p>nclent)
    ST Qtf tKtIFS NOV IB
    LADY JOAW AlU'NDKl.I.. Wtfl <.l Hig K\<-rllency Su
    Robagi Arundell, was given a formal farewell yrstrrday
    evgjpln^ bv ihe Grenada CJtrl (iuide Association
    ( will pay their own farewell tribute
    to their Chief Guide for the past four years with a demon-
    strati >n on Ihe Government House grounds next Frldav
    fternoon when Ladv Arundell will also present the
    - (Juide badge to lfi-yiar old Janet Comissh>-
    i and Windward IiMnd Guide !. gain this d
    tiort
    Three Named
    To FM Posts
    Tor the first lime for 83
    yean Amenta has a soldier
    President the last was Oen-
    ral Ulys. Orant, who was
    17 wben he took office In 186".
    In the markedly civilian at-
    mosphere of American politici
    In 1962 a military man who
    becomes, by vote, the Host
    Important Man la tha World
    face- rtarUlngly new problem*.
    The odds *ecm steeply against
    him on that but this man has auch
    girts or warmth and perauaslvi-
    teas, determination and courage.
    that just possibly he might con-
    trive another "land-slide"this
    lime on an international scale.
    Yd. m America, the end of the
    Oghtlng would. par.Kloa-icu.llv.
    produce another crisiscaused by
    a minor slump as the accent is
    taken off. arms production.
    But business is nol worrying too
    much about that. Its Jov at hav-
    ing a Republican regime back in
    Washington, after 20 sad years of
    frustration, is high and Ha hopes
    nre heady.
    1-" tin-;,, i ., ., ond r;r, Dhovn .
    promise lo bear In mind: ho has
    said that he will chop thousands
    of millions of dollars off the Bttd-
    et.
    Frontal Attack
    Yes. America is faced with an
    upheaval In the choice of Its pub-
    lic men and In its whole philoso-
    phy of government and way of dn-
    Dl| thn..:-
    The Hepubiican regime will,
    undoubtedly, attempt a frontal
    attack on "Big Government"
    centralised direction from Wash-
    ington.
    Eisenhower, still largely an in-
    nocent in the dense jungle of pro-
    fessional politics although hi-
    certainly learns fastwill have at
    first to rely greatly on advisers.
    And many of these advisers, as Is
    natural in a Republican Adminis-
    tration, will be business men.
    Behind the huRO nuestinn-mark
    which now. in the first riot of vic-
    tory, seems to hover nbove the
    general, there are certain traits of
    character and statements of belief
    which he has made which pcO*iog
    pretty reliable pointers.
    Eisenhower la instinctively
    Tory (he was one long before the
    alleged "sell mil" lo Senator
    Robert Taft. of Ohio).
    But he is by no means an all-or-
    nothing man. The nature of his
    genius springs from compromise,
    va> amply shown when he ran
    S HA E F in the war.
    ff u-ai he teho remarked once
    "II anubodu said during Ihe U'flr
    thai f inn a comja-omlser. if really
    means that they fhoiiohl / u-as BOO
    pro-British."
    It was this desire to compromise
    -us well as the cold fact that
    without Taft's support he might
    not win tha electionthat led him
    to come to terms w iih the Isolation-
    ist Senator.
    The last-ditch Isolationist* form
    a tough and aggressive group
    which, with Its allies, can give
    Eisenhower considerable trouble
    If he means to adhere completely
    ,10 America's recent international-
    ist policies.
    For. once again, he is on record
    as saying*. "No intelligent man can
    be an Isolationist. The world in too
    small."LJL8-
    0 trim pge '
    hower whether Mr. Earl Warren.
    < ..lit... .., i inuinur is a candidate
    [ it .i Mi Warren and Mr.
    Merit* lliowr.cll junim OsjOgO
    polLUi advisors to Mr. Eisen-
    irlng the campaign have
    i luted as possil'li
    for Alinrney General. Mr. llrown-
    ell vtitte-al Ihe President-ales I
    Thursday. However, speculation
    l hat Mr. BrowMll might be named
    Attorney General aroused countcr-
    peculation thit Senator Robert
    'laH night feel that Mr. Eisen-
    t nwer was overloading the
    it ii ntimates of Governor
    Dewed Mr. Dulles has been close-
    ly associated with Governor
    l Mi Itnm-nell has been
    the New- York Governor's closest
    Otttk l aaan lata for years,
    f-enutnr l^xtge who has l>een serv-
    |H| H Mr BBpiihower's Ituison
    nt.in In Washington with the out-
    >.oing Administration will give the
    *:. Tii-r.-ii g top secret report Friday
    n latest developments in the
    State and Defence Departments
    Senator Lodge has been mentioned
    for i <"il>inet pot but indications
    were he would wind up on the
    White House staff, probably in a
    position comparable to tli.it now
    held by Mr. John It. BtsajsaaB,
    \ --it it u> PioM.leiit Truman.
    For Cabinet l'..-t
    kfrg Mi-bl>> whu heuded the
    TooatB*! Army Corps during
    World Wat- U was mentioned for
    4i Cabinet post in view of the
    resident le. t t.iti-inent that
    women would be given a big
    hand In Government because of
    the proe inent part they played
    In his campaign,
    Mrs. Hobby also appeared a
    kkI l. Iloac-nliei,: as Assistant Secretary
    of Defence.
    Mi Arthur Suinmerfleld,
    Kepublii an National Chairman
    aeemed ., hkely prospect for Post-
    master General. Senator Frank
    Carlson or Kansas, top member
    or Mr. Elsenhower's Advisory Staff
    ad rsj em ,u<. i iifford iimw
    also of Kansas have lieen men-
    tioned prominently for the
    .t'H' uliiire post U.F.
    Coronation
    Sculpture
    - .ill tured heads of the Queen
    nil the Duke of Edinburgh, bv
    the distinguiHhe.1 Scottish sculp-
    t<>i G. H, Patihn. of the Royal
    "T Artn. nre an
    in i ! and attractive
    |H>rmanent mementoes of the Cor-
    onatlon and wUI shortly be avail-
    ftM sale at homo and
    versions of the scven-
    m h-tngh heads will be sold in
    i Kingil'im fur Icsn than
    sue shlllinjp. (fl.4 BW.li. Sim-
    ilar i< otlels in bronze will cost
    116 U77).
    ii the sculptor won the
    <>l'ii lompetition for the Austra-
    lian war memorial. He has
    already designed two war mem-
    l"ls In Scotland and one in
    1 v Ansjkdsgj i-.
    Monday foi Trinidad en route Ui
    England where she will lie joined
    later by Sir Robert for a holiday
    prior lo their going out to Bar-
    badam
    After ntelimiiiar> bUgkl
    Association last evening, with ljid>
    Aiundell m the Chan*. Address
    was read and presented to Lad*
    Aluixlell BJ Miss Eileen ilvei
    Island G.iiiie Inimni-i,. |
    Mb* M \ U.tti.mil also pre-
    SSatSfl m bCsaall of the Assorlu-
    tion a large painting at Si
    George's harhour done tw Mt->
    Frvlds Mnrtin. InUnd Se. itry
    of ibk- AssoelaUoB. and Capt.
    Luis.- Aird a twnmuct of tlower.
    Tha Address, beautifully il-
    liiminnted by Miss Rosemary
    Chailes, also of the Association.
    thanked Lady Arundell sincere-
    ly for the support and encourage-
    'i.'iit -he had at all times given
    the Movement and Association.
    praised the quiet and efficient

    hlbited by her as President and
    said that from the inlere-t she
    had Liken generally thSQ ! It
    sure that while icu'etting her
    loss to Grenada she would find
    herself "ensnared into the Guiding
    of one ,.f the earliest OOtpOOU
    of the Movement" H.irbacli.s
    Thanking the Association, iJidy
    Arundell said she regrette.1 the
    parting and felt deeply indebted
    to the Association for the ex-
    pei lenee It had given her. en-
    abling her to approach the task
    facing her In that "earliest of
    rutposts" to which Ihey hud
    isMrVl BtM fell that in the past
    a leal Dlt <>f pVOgSRSg
    i ui i. in made and she rkOpSfl
    the Association's rBjSjnbi Nrotlld
    continue to back up ihe Move-
    ment in Qrt
    Iies After Aeeirleiil
    Archilius Mit.rull
    old peasant planter, was instant-
    ly killed last Satunl.is afleinoon
    on the western main road when
    he was invoked bj m
    The i idei Ralph Hush n
    Junior Agricultural Offleei. srai
    thrown and seriously injured, lying
    over the week-end at the Colon.
    Hospital in a grave condition
    Long; Ser\ice Medal
    Barbados-bom lnsueetoi AHieit
    Rollins of the bnal CM I) has
    been nwattled the Col.mial Police
    Long Snvu. Medal by His Kx-
    , | lien. N tiir fJOVS.....I
    Joining the lot al Pol Forw
    iii 1934. aftai gunllai aarvlos In
    Ihe Bahiiinus. his use from the
    '. ...i .,n.i hi
    Criminal work of a high standard.
    i -, , tha C 11> tor sorns Uma
    now. be received special training
    both in Trinidad and lntei on I
    Police Course In England.
    y .
    ,ie.
    London ITess -S'et
    $20,000,000 BUDGET
    PARIS. Nov. 21
    f.NKS. ii ;! (I. i..-i.,l Cmd'i
    enco started on Friday to dsscuai
    how much of its $20,000,000 ten-
    . Lgar| the World Culture
    Organ'zatlon would spend n Ukl
    next two years, h'
    nations are almost equally split
    between those who won! |
    the record sum and those wht
    wani it.U.P.
    LAW AND
    PSYCHOLOGY
    VANCOUVER. B.C.
    \ New Zealand medical man
    llieves in lawyers and psychul-
    Ogusti getting together in hand-
    stng nimlnals.
    UT. lUnyaid West, distinguished
    Mull member of University of
    -iew Zealand, told University of
    liriush Columbia law students
    '...t ih um ot .- ianea must be
    tpMd up in the treatment of
    i Hi.H ..
    i i. West pit a squarely up to
    the legal fraternity that the pro-
    t> i hag the job of contiolUng
    i m i-havlour by just and fuir
    lie said it was the psycholo-
    gi-fs j<> to llnd out why ordin-
    rll> raJhaBSd people do irrational
    lungs that lead to crime.
    lie also urged study ol the
    criinin.il before punishment is
    handed out.
    Dr. West stopped here on Ins
    way U> the University of Chicago
    where In planned to give a series
    of lecture* on this theory of law.
    B.U.P.
    Married
    Wedded here last Sutur.la> si
    thg s- Comes RC. Church
    wee. Mi. K S IMgule. Senioi
    Ainu oltural Assistant, who took,
    up a post here only four months
    .!... and Miss Dorothy Alexi .
    fnn.i Colony lloxpital nurse
    anil up to recently a clerk at
    M. is M. C.,!,. -. ^ Williaii
    Follow Jamaican O. II Thomp-
    son. Acting Agrlcultin ,,i
    lendent. performed duties as
    bestman. while the bride was'
    given uwuy bv Mr. G. E. D.I
    Clync with Miss Bessie Wildman.
    as her only atU-ndant.
    Invested Wlih O.B.E.
    On Itemembram e Suml.i> ..t
    Govenimeiit House Hon Terence
    Comissiong, AsslsUml Adminis-
    trator, wa-i invested by His Ex-'
    Sir Robert Aiundell
    with the Insignia of the O.B.E. [
    awarded in the Queen's first
    birthday honour, list. At the in-
    vestiture, attended by several
    friends Of lecipient, Mr.
    CumiHsiotig wat supported by
    Hon. G. H. Adams, C.B.E.. Colo-
    nial Treasurer, and Mr G E. 1*.
    Gentle. O BE. retired Superin-
    iHHiini ..f l'uhli. Works.
    'Lady Rodney'
    an
    rraan ssge 1
    is a biow to c
    "A very ramaxkable impersonation. Wilmot now if you'll kindly put my hat back whare you
    found it. and bring; the cane over her* . _
    ^ London Eryrew Service
    . -two passenger
    i Barbados yesterday on uoaiu
    H l^dy steaney. Sixteen landed
    he others were Uitransil.
    landing were From Brit-
    Mr J. C. Bellamy,
    Ir R O. Gilbert. Mrs. Gill*erl.
    11 r, ibert. Mr. J. H. Lambert, ;
    |i y Jjtmlx-rt From 1 I
    Ban ggg ) and from St.
    Mi !,. POstai M
    sj mi K. W9 tar, Hi C
    erre, Mrs. C. Olhvn
    W. W. Bradshaw, Mr I:
    94 ,rd. Miss U F. Gcorgel and
    Ml I Hair.
    Kosutoy brought a quantity
    fruit
    'lo'iing t:
    in-as and cases of
    ' am Trii
    .
    * John and Halifax via
    sh northern islands.
    I'W.I -IMS
    I Simple, quick-handling
    construction festuree
    g Makea atrung rigid ateel
    framework
    i I" / I'V (HG) Steel
    l>urablr ruat-proef stove
    enamelled green finish
    I Economical
    I Minimum building time
    \ Can be used again
    ii: .in
    .ir 'I
    cJotcdvv d / Iff
    f
    "yes, powder me all over. Mummy, with that
    lovely Cow & Gate stuff! "
    Baby loves the new Cow & Gate Baby Powder
    In Its charming red and white tin with the
    jolly little SmHer picture. And why not
    It w$ made specially for him I Softsilky
    delfciously perfumedit soothes and com-
    forts him like nothing else. That's why he
    hurries over his evening bath, and almost
    before he's dry comes the brisk command
    POWDER PLEASE. MUMMY !
    COW & GATE
    For comfort and contentment
    J. B. LESLIE & Co LtdAgenU.
    COUGHS
    pAMRLaasngssjsMiaas*
    *- Uwusaadj e* stnjaja* far
    years it has ba*n rfwga.ssss.il 1
    by Decsors. mWisb, MospHaJ-
    sad Sanatoria evtrywbers The
    reasoa ? Simply thai. It con-
    tains saluW* lactocrsossta -
    Jiscovcrcd ia the Fsraal Labor
    tout. and tasi lafisxiicot
    enteti your bloodstream sad
    attacks cne trouble al it- reef.
    That n whv I'-melli ioeffective
    sad why it acts to quickly sad to
    thoroughly. I'roai the first dose
    Faausl cs.es lbs inllsined bron-
    assl psasaaes sod builds up
    yoiir aowsas of resin a nee while
    it a deitatyfasj the germs which
    have caused the cough or cold,
    lac ososacot you suspect 'flu* or
    istch s kOugh or oald, take
    1'asasl Syrup sad you will have
    tunsd on the road to recovery.
    Mwsyi kocp a bottle la tha houte.
    FAMEL SYRUP
    Ottainahli m two ium /'.'- all
    IrmJi >,w Frank B. Armstrong Lta.
    BRIDGETOWN.
    iiii! -,,
    In packets each contain-
    1st ten lenitba IBfl. lone.
    l.,::ill..i with i utti'i-
    ijaage anil 72 Hcrrw~>
    Nut* and Washer*.
    from a few packets nf .
    f'N'IMKT MAJOR jou
    an construct |
    Storaie f'islurea
    Shelving
    I'Ulform Structures
    I i mi'-, for lisht bulldines
    Seaffoldlnc
    , Isesk*
    Benches
    i Trestles
    Speaking generally.
    I would say . .
    . . that the estremrh idr ..pplicaliil ot I MMI 1
    MAJOR steel 1r.nfoiW instlr po**lbl b> its eaaj
    - on-liiM I..... method*, ha* nude It sn i^isentUI pstt of
    ihr rvrr.di* funellonlm f nii*irurUon firms and
    huslness house- everMhi-r.- But then Its so verr
    economical u%e II lor one need. It's there to use
    .cjio la Ratal > Baasssaad and ,n, gakaff retiulremenU.
    Klnc ;'.~.13 tods* and s*k for further Information or
    in-uiiMi.r ksaaVrl m NllO i M UOst
    S. P. MUSS0N, SON & Co., Ltd.
    ::; : ;!;! : :! i iiiii II f!


    I'M.I I 11.111
    CLASSIFIED ADS. '''**"*
    BARBADOS ADVOCATE
    VTlIBOAT, mi\ I MBI I
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    I.II II
    Ml UU
    HA1M-
    WU! M" I
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    May ore tor-m-law . MurM-i.
    Will*- id.ulkl.rii
    rBBWl 111 Jbl .1
    In* lit* Cbureh of On
    IMrlii. H
    - M. I i. Maryw. CdB*.
    .1 ,-.*! IM
    *"lillp Trie f .moral lfnH lh
    o^ .ddiaas at SB p-m lo-day for
    M.i*'. Chbh. II Philip PrWdi
    r aaked Ib allmd
    Tno HU.de rsn.il> and Mi. Bub>
    a* MUM In
    IX MKMORIAM
    UiltR- In lovms mnwn of
    if. .ir-.d mother who paaerd
    Nov-mbee nd. 1Mb
    Mimnnii f >
    Ever mrnnbrifd
    ilinpliri Marlta.
    Mill KENT
    AUTOMOTIVE
    REAL ESTATE
    lit HI ON HI* I PI H) || V.I
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    I XI III,
    R IMS Hlllman Mini Black.
    at* 11 .aw Owner laavtni ui.,1,1
    Unlv kIKiD.i. Dum* ) Campbri:
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    mlh
    'aiellBM cun-
    ".: nlni.
    II II U In

    of Und
    N contain! opri
    1"H| .l.m.a and I....*!.,.i room.
    dnwmi Men with unnmi water,
    honour loilei and bain I-
    nd bain in yard, el-n ..nriaid
    riion ) d*y between the haara
    Tho above property an* or Ml
    Ir at Public camaxliiion al ou
    eU'eot en Friday lh
    CAJW On. Packard B
    .i ni|i <*r ,...1 .< a (ski
    '.-d Md heaiae
    AiWi" Wl lUMiii'
    "> mil.. II Aii A
    . II. -t t ,.,
    MM bo MR.
    a* pa*H
    I git, MMaaV,
    HOUSES
    BUNUAI..JW
    BL'NUAU'WS Two mod.
    FLAT*
    Appt' lo
    Field Dial <
    II II U
    rAKAWAV l,.l.. ...inaBrd J bed
    room hmia. ft pnilii> .-oo.i I ..i.t p.
    plant. WaiPtmm .up,.,* Carport l
    Servant mini Monthly renl pa ,.|
    M rteir.| tharer IN ADVANCE l>
    MN 1 II M If
    Phone I IT* i
    (-.!
    NKWHAVKN #-ull lulflMhed bee
    MOM houee, Inn. .oa.t Doub.e Gar..
    ft>rBiil iooim, UMi. clant. Wain
    will eupply Monthly rent I1F plui I
    ay- " "Yfl'j *
    PJOOMBTwo 'Ii larx- air, roomi
    ffirbad'M Hake rick Lad.. Jihin Blror
    Phone I.M
    : II P Outboard Motor-
    .til* uard and in Al condition Apply
    I W Allayn.. N.- 1' ...II. .
    MX
    OJCCTKIUAI.
    LIVESTOCK
    iti it tun
    MECHANICAL
    (AMiiiiA k.-i .* IMhrnXJ eoatad la
    -,ih r in altarha
    filtan uoa M for quirk -..I.
    la*, k. it* n i i.i rtw.iP 4fu

    Ik 11 S> -ii
    HOOtTA/n.T M.-.-I: Coaal Road.
    fully furnlaliad Inrludli.k lilldalrr, trie-
    phon* and IMdlBTuilon. Phuni alt
    IKNiMS I rurnlahd rootni for IMtil
    oppo.ll* Roy.I TkMlrr Baal aa. ..Ihlii.
    Oarafa attachad Woak-onrii and holi-
    day* arcrptod Phona MOI nilU In
    STflATIIAI (.AS -
    rabruai y and Mai
    Dial Mm
    UNTlTtHISHED room
    latlnf paaturr bonlnd Oarriaui V.
    nrloard Yard Wirod rlavlrwii.
    avallabl* TalrpMHM MM
    Hlex Wa.cl.fk,
    LOUIS L. BAVLEY
    IMUkB Lur
    A II H Jri
    MaMllBTPR IMr
    'aah llrciki.. lulUbk
    kliply Qoo. Eahaly,
    National )-dra<
    POULTRY
    iUJpCKLLANEOUS
    BOAT II T' - Boat J.AH1 IN
    M.*ri Mann* l> iinr Krd i.Imhi 0>.
    -ill and mitiHi in Bin rlaa> ..mo
    Krady Mr Uuatrhtnd Ml Ib. |dd O
    kral Will ell In wIm.Ip ..i .
    and lc.d aaaaraMlv Boon
    nmr Dia Maa.i.1. ... Skmnar
    II II M
    HuaonfiAkW tvn,.!. Kaaaat b*.t
    MOlMilDi.i na^UIPMBNl
    M'"t Dial MM || t N
    PIANO- On. llano
    - "...bit- Iru
    )' tr tain
    s< Air - .
    i bally I l. ...>h
    If you knew her secret
    you, too. could he more
    cbaTBlnt, lovely, attractive
    . -. od lha aactof of bar tUMtivarHrM
    ii Oelo-lx>N't>. Oon i Idt ,
    Bllalf odmii mi] you,
    u.-a)
    Odo-Ro-No eaMy Mopa pirtpl.
    rM4M ud odotu foe > full 2 4 bouit.
    Odo-Ro-No ilmye craom. lotiMr
    -OVtm !( gritty mo in op#I1 J.,.
    No rlrcHl.ifkJil CfMUD ii ao hum-
    iMi id fcbiia m Odo-Ro-No.
    No ddodoraot crama Ii nn(Jrr
    ! tWMi MniitfT* tkla. dad fa Ii M>
    ODORO-rO
    re ubi pubUcoUon In laMtn tonUci
    i Ob to r Ad.ocata i"o Ltd lava
    I mi
    T 4 Bl I ( M
    | Ti KEB 1|*M'I>I off.r at Hrd>wad
    Prlca-a Tlurli and Qkr T>rr >,*.
    10. olio |fl AOO- Id. top II Dial MM
    I Aulo TV"- Co if || Sit4n.
    I TOOl-p-ili |-d> peanut Maehm,
    , Hi |_d- wood TUTkVMd l-lh- wllh
    i.lr rvat and C-bU.fi ol lumiiur toolk
    |' "" Ml || || J*_Sn
    "IB .! MBlH^aei)
    roaa kl Darbairr. llouar
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    ..vbii tr d>aKta>
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    ii w.th pump aeW
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    Ire li-n. i fi >. lnwiaiUuii dial JM*
    AUCTION
    kttatM inn. tn. Inauianr* Ci
    II aril u* Thuraday kMI VI
    hovpmbfr Bt t o'clock al tli|l||. MaaaM
    ...naua. ovrr u t,atr j
    u* amaad poiurd. Tarma raah
    D ARTY A BCOTT.
    Aurlioiiari
    All trOW .At* ol PHIl
    i iiurtloni Irum Bdoa At"
    l will aril by .... i
    lab Cd. Bay Htrorl ... Prlda> Nth
    Nnvtmow at I o'clock onr Hi now Om
    Uutk ha. Uoianicall.
    -ula which I. II Ii |ii |,l(
    MMJ and la l>u It fi !..,. Illr a| a low
    i Him i,, i
    bl rrn -n> da. .'
    D'AHCV A SCOTT
    id II M n
    SEA AND AIR
    TRAFFIC
    In Carliale Bay
    Night To Falher'H Estate (.luiimil
    CHANCLRY SALE

    .1 ... .
    a .....
    Svaut'll
    It,.- cm in -Inch
    Ii !i!m at Hied
    ddtta fo< 32 peichcs of Und al
    a left ta
    pk N-ih-
    jnirl innins. adjeuined until
    -'. M. Mi.nour Mi
    A. J. If H,inwhA-ll In tha* Court
    uf Original Jurisdiction of tha
    rXnltianl Court of AoihmI
    F.irol Innlai brothrr of
    InniM to trylni to estaMuh utlc
    IfM Und which ha uld wad
    in |0 him by his father by a
    i it-d of ttift sflmtHlme in Sep-
    i mlirr 1MI
    " THI.MliA
    : Mofrah. C
    Kudnrii" V
    I>nr. l>
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    VI Well.. U Itan.
    V BantaalU. "- Bantar,,.
    M PMt^oe a nautar.
    I PurterdrM A WbyM
    C...hB,.l-. II Hum. and
    H...
    Alonu entitli,) to :hu portion of Und|
    BaaaWaj he u> the dideit ton aad
    heir Bl law to hie father > eitatc. i
    He denied that hii father madt-
    m deed of gift to his brother and
    ilreged that hi* f..th.. atwH Ml
    read or write
    I bjBjBj BTfJhi live* at
    ulludcn Road. St. Michael pro-
    ducfd to the court acvenl
    witnciMM who gave pvidane* to'
    the rffact that hb father Joatrph'
    Inntoa wu able to raad and write i
    One of theae wiuiaina was
    Deighton Carrlnfton. a clerk 1
    | the Barbadoa Government Saving'
    E. T Brancker iDftruc- j Hank who laid that Joaaph Innln:
    lad by Meaan Griffith k Haynea, I hiid ..[>ened an account at the
    '-.Helton. |g ;ii>neiirtng on behalf JRank and signed hii name to the
    f Errol Inntoa. awount.
    The land having been advar-1 In 1937 ha raqueitad that the
    -!. Aloiua Inniu tiled a claiminame of Errol Innlaa be added to'
    n tha grounds that he wu: lll account al a truitee
    Tha Unarnrntio.
    m dat. i
    PI-AIN"1' ID ihiua
    Darrrsi- .ii.m*j
    l-RANCU DOMA1J) taAltNBI
    I'tWHl i corlal

    ,-..>.
    II naun and 1pm for tad lurn and an
    MM* i> -11. br art dy on adkb eMeoedatag
    - r aaunr hdun UaMU BaM Pull *aBMatuaBri
    > il t.. thr public ro...I i
    r'.nt ..! I Ibr arm* may buM and bound
    butnUnce and emiaai on
    ,-i.ri
    i^t raic* i /. e
    MT Of BALE I Drcronbdi. IBM
    SHIPPING NOTICES
    III M ,1 |fl| I . |
    On Tanday S...-U... IHk
    THIN.(IAD
    K*^ B Oil-.,.. J riooc.
    Kaddh. J y.H1(,drr K T-...
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    a J IKire
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    ntcaivod Irum Mtl
    nmar I will I1 at h.r li.i(t> "AU.aU
    '.ruin.- ,.n Wrdnr-b.* .^xllStt
    Nov-nbor boainniod at II ...lock
    "t ctiliia lot uf hnoarhulil f..,iturr
    1 HuM, ,o,k... 4 low
    rradina lamp.
  • ..-.-... with aietornalM- .rcord
    Bi.irr. bMiUi.ii dintna Ublr rrlrld-
    W.j-lntrd u.,i ,,,,,, ltnntw,t^
    II >ln|lr brd.lradi wilh ^.n|. .Jiri.
    " '........ - ag lafeMa,

    pim.u Minus
    HII ihi:hmm.- \tilAin 1MB
    Norm io MiMaaaa
    NulKr I. bBTBbl |,n ,h ln, B.U.
    ". *' cl<"ctl to MiiuOri. on
    ATXTPUIAV. No%nbrr rind, from a ta
    lor Ihr COW .tHi OATK Baby
    f ol Ihr ConuBlttoa,

    LIWUOR LICENSE NOTICE
    lafJaUrUla AND BBMOtAH
    Th. application of Qo'dun Hrdman
    I rw. SI John the po,cha^
    ^f (aojuor Ucrmso No. H ot IBM (.anted
    t-ct ..I board and i&MtMl

    fMa si johi
    I :.
    ..... aah
    ra m Mig
    dravrihrd prri
    i- n.t u., ..i N^niiMi. iveu
    HAra-tH. ram.
    BM M-IKlLlr,
    I f
    9AMUE1- u.i
    A,,,:..
    B applaralion -ill ! c.ai.xl
    I.H'rnaina Court In b. hUI oi
    brr. lid), al II o'clock
    I I
    A W HMO-':
    Dadl (
    a ii u- ii
    OFFICIAL NO f ICE
    : I ... | ,-
    "N Til ABBIBTAM I til MI Ol
    VIII M
    Kqiiilablr Junvdulion.
    JataUl AltTIHIt MAHSHALX
    IAHOLD
    Of
    Ote)
    ll.ll.M..-.
    runic till
    1111 Jn
    id. Dandrufl an.
    n-althy natural hair I., ell If
    fariaa u BajMarua in i
    Tied oaly Mr KNIOrtTS LTD
    glva*
    boltlr
    .....
    i -I follow thr directions and you will
    .IrlUhtrd wllh UM raUlHi
    dM ObUlnablr nl KMI.IIT. I.TH
    t in BM above aclion mad* i
    lb day of Novembat. 1K>I 1
    '!* M all prnon. Kaviru, Ml ,
    ihl w. kolaraal in oi an.. Baa I
    i"ibraner .rtUn all thai .
    " Bored ..( i.nd mu.ie n
    'hr par-h of Baml Orom -n.|
    ir.d .unlainnut by admoa.u'
    i-torn perchr. and miar-aill..
    Abutllr t
    "lundkni on land, no
    HBlBUBaa on und. no.
    BL Mill aa landi i.u .
    lUMMh and IB a pn>,
    iido v>
    M I
    wmolibale a air am
    SagdiUi BBtpdi .1 PbjtMi h nrpg ai I
    lllrd by PORTER linilKE To rUirbuck
    II II 5*-an
    TcLife a deligi\t to
    FURNISH
    HOME BRIGHT
    "25 "M-icuriNfj v.,,,,,,.
    -"**'" Vantli Rlu-U. MM up
    V-JM2L.,,e* '" MBhoMny W.ir;.
    land. WE- up. thr. Waal
    _' "*' "*< lort vdr
    JM^LMha. Cr.dlr.. Nlihl-
    MaTc-^sTrp .cr-c-rtm-
    BOOM rVKNI-rVRg
    nd Caned
    a sen..Mun
    DRAWING
    I- Mn...
    LS. WILSON
    l aim i III AI
    IMIIIIMMMMM
    r. ad Irn faol
    b mill ui
    road or howavor b|m
    line may abut and bound to bring
    1 mr an acvaunl ol their uid ilalmi
    ih.ir -iinoe. do.un-.,i, and
    r.. u. be ciai. d by ,,
    an* Tuaoday. or rtda bclwr.n U,
    '" -^ II inoun. -nl....... ,,. |n.
    ...... ....
    Lie AalUUnl Cuuit .,i .\piwm al
    Hou e. Uri .
    I r labiu-o l*Hl .
    itura and |.ih-i>.
    1-1 ..... I ,..
    iTwiudrd Iroin ike banaOl id in
    ""1 Dwiar. and ba dapcArd "1 -
    dalnal "..
    bj aid alao iiuiiiWd Umi vM
    i aiimd thr m
    tha 4th day ol f>bruar<, IMS, ,
    H ..clock a.-> whoa their aa|d oMun
    STaS ""'' "" '"" -
    r U TALMA.
    Clrrk ol Ihe AaellUnt Couit
    .( A,,-.:
    OFFICIAL SALE
    itanra
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    w I
    i oi a
    %fTt*AI
    i.i i... j.,, .... i, in,
    AKTHUH MAHMlAi .
    -*"lauil fi
    VLNCEMT VkOBKEaU
    PdMPM k
    C M heirby given th.i b. vtilur
    I.i f Hie Aaai.Unl Couit Of
    led the Iklh da. .>f N.^mlai.
    e w.ll be acl Up for aalr to
    i bidder at that Omee ol tha
    .if Appeal
    . .n 11 .. i.idirtowu.
    horn, of II noon, and
    I U..I
    Ol
    itM

    in* pariah al
    aforraaid con lain m| by
    a parch or thafdaadkrll
    boundIni on land* now
    i .. -
    II .. Und. no- or lair
    .v.iriia Maaeiah and on pmaia-
    irn fret wldo ovrr which Ihrra bl a
    i of w> to Ihr publld road or
    .< -in t* art up for sale on rear*
    I..day bat-rcn Ihe .am*
    ma- aanar M . d for a M
    I leae than * II -
    Lied Ihia llth d*. ot November. IBM.
    r G TALMA.
    M the AmW.i.1 Oaurt
    ..f Appeal
    I] -l :,,
    WA.VTEII
    MISCELLANEOUS
    WANTED TO Bt'*
    I Ttml IXiRRY In aood .ondlUon lull
    tallk and price Io Boa Q H Advu.aU
    i'mversity i mm
    MIIIIIMIIAI \Ollt I
    POST OFFICE NOTICE
    t IIRlatTMAS < AKUS
    The Oaoanl PuUU II reminded that thwe ia NO 8PBI lAi
    RAT1 Or POSTAGE rOH CHH1STMAS CARDS, the late Of) I'mt'..
    - ing applicable, to auch packets for local aa well aa o%tTaea
    delivery, provided tha packet U NOT acaled.
    These rates arc ai followi :
    |aptaj
    Not exveadmg 4 mi................................. 2 centa
    Each additional 4 ozi. or part ..................... I cent
    Overaeaa Horface Mail
    British inn.li. and Eg*p4
    Not exceeding 2 oil................................. 2 cents
    Each additional 2 on. or part ...................... I cent
    Other t ouBlrle.
    Not exceeding 2 <./.*................................. 3 rente
    Each additional 2 ou. or part ..................... 1 cent
    Healed) parketa are subject to the rate of pontage on LETTERS
    Pull postage Is payable on AIH MAIL packets whether aealod
    ii unsealed, except in the caw of unaealed packets addreMcd to the
    * 'mted Kingdom for which there n a rate of 12 cents per half ounce.
    ROBERT A. CLARKE
    Colonial Poslmaster
    '.eneral Poit Office,
    2I November. 1052.
    ADVOCATE
    1 STATIONERY
    OIITITONI. ABVUlOa
    ItcjCUUllol.* I
    Students 1*52-53
    terns.
    < .iii.in1.itis who me piepanivg
    [oi External Ex..:iuiiat".
    Un|va**lt> of London are advised
    that the 1952-53 regulations have
    iiecn received and may ba scmi
    .it the Depaitmcnt ol Education.
    Ilcpartmriit i f Edit) itkkQ,
    !th NovernlH'i, 1H52.
    22.11.52 ID
    High B!ood Pressure
    K!l!-Menu Women
    f.r frooB inch ii,.i trmmtn.wt&
    it a myeirrluu* Jinn (hai narit
    about tna llmd of (-hang, it UM and
    uch heart uoabl*
    ar.dtalrroiio
    mon aymptoi
    ii. are v.
    i- and ..
    'a and abova *ysa.
    r-------"- .....--1'. diMintBB. ihort
    n.e.o,. p,i, ,,, iiaatt. palptutaaa,
    poor al.ep. loo* of m.mory and .naraw.
    ...M, .lied. raBT and WOr?y. If rl
    ultar an. ol m.aa arraatdaid. doa't
    i-.ay rrratmani a ttrigl. da,. baoai>a
    (our Ufa may ba in danger. Noaaa
    irormrrl, known M Hynokt, | m
    m adical dlBinvary. raducaa High g|e g
    -*d with (ha Aral doaa. iskaa a
    load otr I'. haan. .,,.1 naahaa
    "Mir iaa law dap*.
    --------------I ..if caakMMt 1oda>
    '.yj^"1*** M Mia^paa MaUh
    UNEQUALLED
    for keeping dogs fit
    Dag r.pe.n all ovar (M warld kaaw
    ad mm atnbaw < tag Mhttura.
    I < krrp your do* -. .-----
    mgafrathrrmio.u.mliih*i. __
    '..i, B...I-.-'. D,, M.tlurt 1
    .inluii il hat bn ir^ofmwil a. a i
    i .1 i..in. and .oadmunri Medt
    oodheahhde.1-.' t.y.
    'arts
    ;.";:':,:
    vat. aufaraftv.
    m
    dape la ho* .limatr. Wbairrrr breed'
    l.eP nim in Ana condition. .jirr Brrboo/i
    a in.) you will nou.4 Uw ddbraoor ia youi
    I. 'H from Ibr .lait VJJ w arlliaa aaW raw
    BENBOWS
    :.r. DOG MIXTURE
    HAIR BEAUTY
    I.IK uHll* IM, nil IIAII
    I tUiiiiM.; ii,
    IK1IIU 1 [*( Mil I
    LONDON CHAMBER OF COMMERCE MPRINCi
    EXAMINATIONS, 1953
    Form> of entry for the above examinations may be obtained
    >rom the Department of Education. Garrison,
    ENTRa* FEES:
    rlraarnUry ttlagefor each single subject...... $ 1.48
    Orllfieatc Stage- for each single subject except Foreign
    Language* 2.28
    aae|j Foreign Language #.. .. 4.00
    Sehw.l Certificate of Commercial Education 12.00
    .IlKher Stage ^(or each single subject, except Foreign
    Lauguagas 3.00
    Forma must be completed and returned to the Honorary Secrc-
    l.ocal Education Committee. London Chamber of Comme
    ,it the Department of Education. Garrison, together with a copy
    !:. i th/Baptismal Certificate and the fees, on or before Wednes-
    day. Slat DcceMber. I95Z
    Irepartsnant of Education,
    Barbado*.
    I ANNOUNCEMENT \
    ; Wo h;ivr just roccived our first shipmont of
    NOVASEAL
    ^ Compound for undtrcoatinn Cars, clc, Io protect
    K them against weather and rust. The cost of under-
    K L-uatniL; will be approximately $25.00. Please comrnuni-
    f cate with COURTESY GARAGEWorkshop Depart-
    S ment, for appointments. 22.11-52.6n.
    \ UNIVERSITY COLLEGE HOSPITAL
    OF THE WEST INDIES
    Applications are Invited for the post of Registrar in
    Obstetrics and Gynaecology (ft the University College Hospital,
    Allies to commence on or as neai as possible to tt April. 1953.
    The appointment will be for one year in the firm instance.
    Salary will be in the scale 7001,000 per annum, depend-
    ing on experience and qualifications, and in subject to a de-
    duction of 100 pa. in respect of board, residence, etc. Re-
    turn first class passage by aea will be paid. Further -infor-
    mation may be obtained from the Ho>pit;il Manager and
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    Leagut Cricket Notes F.A. Should Reserve
    60,000 Cup Tickets
    By SCRIBBLLR
    ;n intcival ol m in all
    i the Barbados Cricket League will ;
    it:'- C ty and Central Division* the last
    I I will b.- kt-en on the raauU of tha .tames
    in the i I>t\ M i: Uaafl
    are meetim? comparatively wwk
    "I weather will b bit; factors in not !* too acutely interested
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    Plaj off
    thai should
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    in the clicui lane*

    >n Trophy.
    Play Starts
    Today For
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    i*n them the cup.
    Southern DhrWOB
    ' 'i
    the flxUir-
    ni f>! t 'if

    the probU
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    Lanes
    Shamrock vs. Searles ....
    Boarded Hall
    Sponge* vs. Sydney
    Syu>
    In this division. ln< r

    1 i
    mpMnshlp and

    It III whicn
    football
    President
    In transit
    U Co.
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    )f the
    By C.KORGK \W1UIM.
    It you happen to be a spiv, sturdy regulars are left on the
    r icketeei i noa man. or outside and NOT looking in.
    qukfc merchant, you will l susjsssst the FA ihuuld reserve
    st 00,000 of their tlckeU to
    ihe distribution of Cup Final be shared between the two
    tickets. You will doubtless have lutalists .it the expense of those
    own pftvata *heei>- minor clubs who, under the
    lung ago. present distribution scbea i
    : you t>e worryUig c. i ore than 40.000
    you move in social pieces ol Cup Final cake each
    Llrelaa. In those circumstances, season.
    you hove only to pull the appro- I suggest, too. that the FA
    i.riate string to secure comforts- become a little mm bob
    n n.odation st Wembley on their payments u> Cup Firal
    1953. teams.
    _ ,, me can take her Appearance Mo.ie*
    Trinidad
    fOR WAT
    LOOK
    AT THE EXHIBITION
    tha Lady Kodney
    I foi U rtnuda.
    iiting if she thinks lhat. having A1 the'moment. a member ..
    Amateur Footb.ll Asa* \ '.'f B<>* the woTuTbc waitinl Vv !?'? t ."& 2 ""'
    "aT 'SSL***'3- Syii?S h?r ^rnoonT he ft^
    H CUP rtnaU are con- L-agu.- nre Umu Aral I
    i- iharpssa, social! tee, rions Losing finalists slay put at
    n and .ill others within 5and act noiet for
    ttW meaning Off the Old Pals Act So whet hspj -
    - IN. The common or garden pin.,1 p|ayeis manage to "acquire"
    pOOowar stands an excel- nuchal of tickeU and how
    . t cbanea Ol lieltig OIT. Ap- they dispose of same is uppar-
    . the Football Assocution illy no butinati off
    t. do nothing about it. Or eun nln#.
    ,hrJ '. ,L Cut out these under-lhc-
    Esch year the Cup Fll rouod-tha CO Mr ir.nns-
    in 100,000 sp'-etators. which, al actions. Give all 22 Cup Final
    he most conservative of cstim- [.layers [100 eich, exclusive of
    ..tes is about one-llfth of the ..ppearsnees ir previous rounds
    number who would like to hr ;| ,hlnk you wU1 tn^n |ind
    there -. dyed-in-lhe-wwl Ian*. ,hem becornin t less and less in-
    lupporters of the gnme terwtad m >.ndigniiied deals In
    nd black" ticket .
    Rt IIABVFY
    .
    ...
    .;,,,( be v.ry vital in" determining the
    '
    Erie* he-
    i .; toda) will be two-dny
    'hc days as or-
    hi lc event igin.illy pLmned.
    lhat will
    Gun Hill MvltsM
    iargeat entry of thi | u,P Q on, three
    TO-DAY Is the last d ,v ul played
    1 to be
    be muking the l ,r th,
    il.iyed
    I
    Today's
    Cricket
    (.rjtKti ana me upvninu n.,. .,. -k.^.^-^,,- w,^_. , kbI,
    !"" .n lh,"i Ci'rclnm?*\ti
    53 ?. -..T"h ?.h.::
    The fixtures nre as sOlla
    FIBNT DIVISION
    i .
    Police i- rk.
    . I'd hai baaa
    .i l.utnight.
    inti.k.m>:di\t:
    V M I
    Umpires I
    ' .
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    U.for more ihw " **'>" >"*'*!>* ,lrsl ft"-
    Ings points In the Other. This
    total ad >i Qapggaj
    - :itly sufferer! the loss of
    '". where h and the In-
    ;. tie tMf. but iii ib* two vincible match h
    he has bad ->i HocUay Tho ParkHi
    shown that he hai 10 t ^ti potnSl and will bavg I
    ' *..... ' ' i utt : i Um n ih
    ,,. bong ol Id
    Rodger
    ugh
    td
    thick
    thin
    I weather. The Cup nMl USCi| (o ^ a
    I^an Ration -mr -now il is one of Ihe most
    Of those 100,000 tickets, only Bagraat. rasDM in sport. There
    12.000 are allocated to each of must be SOMr f rescuing
    the finalists, which might lx- it.
    considered a pretty lean ration Mj OWB rvm.dies may not look!
    when the teams concerned an too bright from where you are
    dubs like last season's performers t-.nding. If you have any more'
    Arsenal and Newcastle. : i arkling ideas to offer
    Each of these packs an average hear them. But don't tell me
    "ata" of 50.COO for every home that all 100.000 Uckatl should
    i.mi" ihrouKhoul tha saaaaB, and !* allocated to Chelsea!
    M Cup Final day. these __UK.H.
    I-l. Comdr CHARLES TIAYWARD
    under Article 4 of the
    ocnl Fond Production (IVfencC)
    Nil .| Order IB42 No. 2
    Mr. W. W. Raace, Q.C. SoUcilor
    .~... Hay ward who was ''neral appeared on behalf of
    T. Hinds. Police Boys Club in this drVts- one of Ihe Urst pa-sengcrs to travel !l" Crown while Seale was un-
    Wlndwanl n Cabla /v Wbalasa itl bq ... pla?. '", '"^ !"n nrp '"" of ""I* un<1 ,hcw "" la the Lady Nelson m 1KB ' 'resented.
    atCongoRond Umpires O I >i, i,u: QQaUy decided mom strength to winning four n now nmitinn ., trip m ihV 1*1-
    -lid G. rordo. ......l'"' ">* outrighl. tbj mg on Its last voysg. mm the wills admitted
    mexwlr-V vs Spartan MOl I ,., -....., . !" l^" West Indlss, He exWu [OR
    Umpire l C. ( : ,.r^c T !!> can only claim M back fa Trinidad by xfciv
    more 1 polnb Theli chances o ems Mi- told ih^ iditr.b >,.,
    (-.> Fine For Nol Plan ling Crops
    At District IC Police SUtion rett. petitioner and sff. H. Bar-
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    Walwyn lined P. G. Seale of .c-cree Dial was granlcd on
    i .'-.ul.md Plantation, Christ September 26th 1952.
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    Jl% of his Brabsf. i m ( K Wjilcntt QC '-
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    the n u 1951-52 as Scaly. Solicitors.
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    Messrs. Carrlngtoi
    UCOND division
    eg P gt College
    Umpires r. Archer nnd B.
    Down v
    Combermere vs Windward <
    "" Ump ra
    and B. Clarke
    ran. Vl Empire ul Bay
    - Umpires T. Bowen and K Quln-

    Sonja Henie
    Is Not Afraid
    Just I
    Lordship tho Acting Chief
    Mi J, W B Chenery in
    ST
    ANDREWS. Ne
    Sonja Hen it
    "-'I- th.y can obtain full points. Drax ,.; ic CFA
    iL.ii b tba ools othai dub ... puSa 1Mb
    eighteen holes will bo nlajn
    i tba final eightem to- CarlMe Division
    morrow afternoon. _
    The poattson in Int l
    At ihc While Hal conducted bo MvWoo ranalna as fluid t
    I A. Banjgmjn on Th l chaneai irra thaf koda
    mug Ihe bidding was brisk and Ulure bel
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    that he was most anx-
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    Bnmswick.
    HOT, tl.
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    Ihe Court J Ordinao yesterday proposals to match her RgBbut
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    Thomas. Resi>ondent.
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    '. : Nisi v.. |ii-' moiinced on
    October 3. IP52. Mr. W. W.
    Reece. Q.C Solicitor General.
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    and Ihe tollowinn match
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    YOUR WARDROBE
    FOR THE FESTIVE
    SEASON with these -
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    In Whit* only. In ever,il umlllie*
    from tt.Q: to $8.76 prr yd.
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    SELF-STRIPED SHEER
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    In Pink. Blue ami White at SS.WI lo S4.00 per yd.
    CHECKED C.RGANDIE
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    FLCWERED TAFFETA
    Keautlful ransr of floral Piillerni at $2.18
    SCREEN PRINTED SATIN
    Gorseou* Patterns at $4.S0 per yd.
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