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The Barbados advocate
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Tiarsday ew,
October 5
1950

FIRST RELIEF GO

. Ra a see owen |UN. Countries Send
e ae ceeg | 750 Tons Supplies
900,000 Blankets On Way

(By JULIAN BA $)
T. YO, Oct. 4.
"4 HE first United Nations shipi.ent of 750 tons of
relief supplies reached homeless citizens in
Seoul today. Six doctors, welfare officers and sani-
tary inspectors, advance guard of a larger group of ee
United Nations medical teams have also arrived in
the city. The United Nations Relief Team, will dis- |
tribute food, clothing, soap, fuel and blankets con- |

tributed to a common pool by the United Nations
countries,





LordLyle PraisesBusta’s|
“Private Enterprise”

Challenges Socialist
Policy For Colonies.

(From Our Own Correspondent) .

LONDON, Oct. 4.
LORD LYLE this afternoon gave me a personal

message for the West Indies replying to Mr.
Herbert Morrison’s sugar nationalisation threat
speech at the Labour Conference at Margate this
morning. i
“Mr. Morrison admits that so + is still on his nation-
alisation list,’ Lord Lyle saic. “i must assume therefore
that the contents of\‘Labour Believes in Britain’ still hold
good and that the threat exten!s to the producing com-

panies in Jamaica and elsewhere.
ae mena - “One moment the Socialist
\preach freedom and self-govern-

Record Rains Flood jmen for the colonies and the

ent tne nn





a a en A statement said that in Seoul
itself relief experts were faced by
Sark Holds destruction more. painstakingly

executed by the North Koreans



A

i: than was previously realised.
nex. they plan to control all their l El t Few public buildings ou
E Ki st :D basic industries from Whitehall. | _ st ection houses are not seriously dam-
. ing on: amage What a contrast is there between} *, ‘<< i ;
‘the Socialists and the Jamaica I 28 Y 1e model modern hospita
Estimated $125,000 Labeur Party headed by Mr. |, n ears has been completely robbed of
Busiamante. Their policy is’ in



(From Our Own Correspondent)
KINGSTON, Jamaica,
The heaviest October rains for

its equipment,
Nearly 500,000 blankets are
the way. With other reliet

direct contradiction to that of the SARK CHANNEL ISLAND,
planners at home.

Oct, 4, on

T s ; Lak Part nd Sark ane island iy the eed rs 8 ay a's Se Senne and
a Corporate area on Sunday he Jamaica Labour Party a coast of England with an almos plague wi e avoided.
threatened the ‘homés of Eastern|iheir manifesto welcome free mediaeval system of administra- For days Communists identified
Kingston residents causing panic|enterprise as the on'y means of tion, on Tuesday held its firstelec- [as troops of a newly formed
in mass removal. securng the prosperity of the

tion since 1922 and decided that] North Korean 17th division had
old Ways are best,

pinned marines down to advances

island. That policy is the right
one and must prevail”.




eee SP a the t e
Several householders and shop-

keepers lost their belongings as

JOHN GODDARD after the lunch at the Marine on Tuesday, tells

Morrison { Story of the Happy Tour.









of a few hun
Earlier to-day Mr. His father and Tim Tarilton, enjoy the joke. _With never a whisper about! poor weedeat Mae i.
flood-waters from adjacent gully|had said that cement, sugar and Sir Allan Coilymore, President of the Barbados Cricket Association, son pas rigs, i i or other burning port for United Nations ground
courses forced others to batten|jndustrial assurance had not been eet oes Rn ee eee tee a 7 ————— - ree see eaets 7 ~e ms forces
a paved fon Se wae T partament. “Rhee hunted “grat |y Bish, and Australian troops
Omnibus service was suspended programme. This information ven CRICKE ER G T ROY. L or ers twenty six electors virtually ig- are today mopping up a large
for three hours. Several motorists according to reports from Mar- U.S. Officials nored the campaign of the New tract of hills and walls extending
narrowly escaped with their lives| pate qu eted many of his critics ? 4



when cars stalled in the swollen

gully courses.

and brought him round after

round of applause—an indication

that Labour Party members are! F ear Guerilla |

strong in their “more nationalisa-

from the outskirts of Taegu to
northwest of Kumchon.

500 Massacred

Brigade, a new party which urged
the abolition of Sark’s feudal ad-
ministration and closer ties with
the British mainland

WELCOME IN TRINIDAD

lonore
A Team Of Giants—Rance 8





| s + South poresn meyines mopped
4 : n J up guerillas behin.

in the city in four hours, the tion” policy. | Strike all Only one New Brigade candi- Communists evacuated the ae
heaviest rain recordéd in October Red Arm date was elected, the other 11! least port of Mokpo yesterday. An
for the last 50 years and damage} Mr, Morrison added that ‘the iy (From Our Own Correspondent) seats going to traditionals y a

to the city is estimated at $125,000. | j,dustries he had mentioned were

who
rule of the
Sark Mrs.

PORT-OF-SPAIN, Oct. 4,

American Intelligence Officer said
The returning West Indian cricketers, Gomez, Pierre,

within the field of eligibility for Communists massacred 500 people

consideration “as were some other

VIENNA, Oct, 4,
The Communist-called general

approve the

present
powerful

Dame of

Six point five inches of rain :
One death was recorded erst



; a before they left.
Ezekiel Beckford, a University} COSide voes” In Korea Jones, Trestrail, Christiani and Goddard received a royal| strike was ignored on Wednesday bs eet, ieee onohty |, 40 American B29 aireraft pilot
‘ industries or services”, F : ‘ Ss by most of Austria’s workers but | the na under feudal rights |, ried i
College building contractor col-! welcome on arrival at Port-of-Spain this morning on the ptdduced short-lived attempts to |granted her ancestors by Queen eee aol at ing . convoy =
lepeed. sae Wed whee powhing is WASHINGTON, Oct. 4. S:S. Matina. A huge crowd weleomed them at the wharves,| seize the ‘railway stations. ana / Elizabeth, in thé vila ot Gabon tien
a Maharaj Promises cckmetitan officials tear that the} It was like carnival day, mounting scattered incidents ~-Can, Press 159 miles north of Pram ore
Rains continued to-day. SIDY an OLea WAY



th Mayor. T. Alderman! Some 50,000 workers in the Rus- i pal
ins manciog Whkihan’ ot the me. sian controlled factories heeded

ception © ittee, and leading the Communist call for a walk- Vi hinsky

Sth Airforce said
tod

lay.
Tokchon is about 60 miles from

break up into guerrilla forces

communique
which could fight on for months

In Montego Bay an Ecuadoran ToDo HumanJustice

plane carrying Lt. Colonel J. C,

SPORTS





; ‘i . out demanding further general
or even years. Far more serious citizens, cricketers drove ; the Manchurian border on the
Samaniego, Director of Civil Avi-| (From Our Own Coneapesstent. bet course would be the direct * gough the decorated streets and Sounired Ea eve Tailed to ure main road to G
( ation, Ecuador and two... aides iil , Maharaj, ~ re-|anterve tion of Chinese Commun- WINDOW. citovrds to the tem) id_| Workers ofthe Socialist and Intervenes General ounced 1
, met 5 orn pace eladted pes of the Legisla-| ist or Russian troops in North “ oa ish tes Taeat, enattins Tee People’s Party, bulk of Austria’s ae pete an on Third
night w SBC SE te eR lit i Korea but, Washi thorities 4 he ; labour out of their factories, The nfantry on now rein-
| ae a Te given in his’ honour, that neither|do not appear to believe that this WATER POLO eoiek evanae abet tae theres Communist effort. was, expected LAKE SUCCESS, Oct. 4. |foreed “United Nations troops in
The plane, unable to land at] class colour nor creed would in-| will take place. atzenjammer s DIAYIDE | to climax late Wednesday after-

si Soviet F iste Korea.
Ai t i to bad| terfere with his work. He was Although Snappers have alread) “We Want Ramadhin on the Ball.” oviet Foreign Minister Andrei
Palisadoes Airport owing to ba A §





hoon in a march on Vienna's | Vyshinsky intervened again in| Previously there were elements
; + There is increasing speculation ee tae ery ent san At the Town Hall, Goverasr]Govyernmental centre, Austrian the Korea debate { 2 of six U.S, divisions there includ-
© match y are uled to pla a ; he orea debate in the United
Miami circled sicttene Foy ae Gotan. sen, pe “ataly Tan here that the Russians and}| "aitern oe ne “parbauo et ee eS ee eee sey Mr ow ,Migbt | Nations — Political ~— Committee | ing oe and part of an air-
port not yet equipped for night! praying to God to strengthen Chinese Communists will ee Aquatic Club against Swordfish a reeense 4 Nahate oe the wore ia d yo eee an steel to-day and said that only the borne division. ~ iF
; | that faith.’ To mix politics he] @ge Korean Reds to convert their Ore ne tae nine Hie ie eri “ helmets for 1¢ first time: since | hussian resolution would meet| The first United Nations ship-
, ee: said, with racial discrimination| country into another Greece or up between these two teame thir citizens. The Governor said that} 1938 were put on the alert to conditions for the “peaceful’}ment of rice had relieved the
| The Police, the Fire Brigade and| was’ one of the most dirty acts.| Indo-China, That would mean an year and each claim they ean | |Goddard and his men had proved] meet expected violence. future of Korea, starving and homeless citizens of
townsfolk rushed to the scene and| and if racial discrimination were| indefinite delay in bringing rea) Cefeat the other. The other ‘they were a team of cricketing Can, Press Seoul.
the plane made a safe landing| to take a hold on this island, it] peace to the peninsula and a pro- Fish and Police thee Livin || giants.’ Mayor Almandoz, God- He said he feared Unived —Reuter.
with the aid of the motor head- would hinder the advancement of} longed drain on American military is Mr. W. Gibbs, Play begins dard and other cricketers also

Nations action would be “merely -
u cloak” to keep American troops
in Korea for a definite period,

Newsmen Eat
The Soviet resolution introduced

*
Kippers to the Committee on Monday calls
LONDON, Oct, 4. for an immediate cease fire and



lights. the Colony, strength, —(CP)

at 5 p.m spoke.



Four Conclude
Sea Exercises









119,000 Tons More
Steel In Germany

BONN, Germany, Oct, 4.

LOOKING DOWN ON THE HEROES B.G. MURDERESS



, : ; 1 Wi ray corel troops.
PA Ys PENALTY One hufdred Canadian and the withdrawal of foreign Pp West Germany produced 11,219,-
‘ ag United States correspondents to-| The British Resolution spon-!000 tons of steel, 119,000 more
| F (From Our Own Correspondent \VALET TA, Malta, Oct, 4. day consumed twice that number sored by seven other powers and|than the limit set by the Allies
: GEORGETOWN, B.G., Oct. 4, | 4, Warships of Britain, United/of kippers at a novel breakfast | rojected by Vyshinsky calls for alin the year wp to September 30,
The first woman to be executed |States, France and Italy on Tues-|designed to stimulate Scotland’s Unived Nations commission to]the West German Government
in British Guiana for murdey|4@Â¥, night concluded two-day | sagging herring industry. In the} j.elp in bolstering up an indepen- announced on Tuesday night,
went to the gallows this morning joint manoeuvres in the central) plush banquet room of Claridges | qont Koren.—Reuter, Can, Press.
Mediterranean, Exercises were tol Hotel waiters served orange juice,





|
calmly when a husband, wife and
Bes

paid the extreme|*est the combined fleet's anti-

jtoast kippers and coffee at a kip-

ek Ad ao tel Ph MARR 2S 6A 4 AON TS AA: SE DE OR a a

penalty for the cesspit ritual|Submarine — and —_anti-aircraft/per shaped table. Speakers. said é

murder in which ‘a six-year-old | defences. —(CP) the idea is to indoctrinate North v
school girl Lilawattee was drowned or American writers in the merits of 1b
in an outdoor latrine following a PERON AND WIFE WILL that delectable fish caught off the

ritual service.
Lilawattee was offered as a
sacrifice to obtain the location of
alleged Dutch money buried cen-
turies ago in Berbice county
during the time of the Dutch A 4
occupation. Executed today were ordering all printing plants in-
Eric Benfield styled “The Bishop’ cluding newspaper composing
in a strange religious sect, higs}"00ms to display large photo-
brother-in-law Jeremiah Fuller- graphs of President Peron and his
ton and Fullerton’s wife Kathleen, Wife. The resolution said that the
tates held. photos must — be displayed in
sister of Benfie recognition of the workers’ ad-
‘vanees made with the support of
: the Perons.
Canadian Ambassador | he

Arrives In Cuba



GO ON DISPLAY

BUENOS AIRES, Oct. 4.
The Argentine Printers Union
on Tuesday approved a resolution







misty isles of the Hebrides

Starting this week these kip-
pers will be cellophane-wrappey
in pairs deep frozen and shipped
direct to North America, Cana-
dian outlets will be Toronto, Mon-
treal and Vancouver.-C.P,



Indonesia Moves
Against Rebels
DJAKARTA, Oct, 4

The Indonesian Government to-
day officially confirmed that It







HAVANA, Oct. 4 || = was taking “positive measures”
E. H. Coleman, the firsv} ARTIE'S HEADLINE against the “rebel” Government
Canadian. Ambassador to Cuba] v ay South Moluccas set up in |
arrived on Tuesday by ship to| amaaieed f itt Mor Coa |
assume his post in Havana, Cole-! NATIONALISED 1 cent a 4 on oul c os teas x p's _
man was met by Chief of the| STEEL : ft - 23 ne pvenfpe i sai at
Protocol of the Cuban Foreign) CUTLERY DEPT out offensive” against rebels



Ministry and by officials of the!
Canadian Embassy. The Canadian |
diplomat accredited to Cuba as
Minister last April was recently
elevated to Ambassador.

—Can, Press.

Mrs. Blackburne Joins
Husband In Antigua

—Reuter.

| Guarantee Necessary
| To Enter Venezuela

{From Our Own Correspondent)
PORT-—OF-SPAIN.
West Indians will not be able 1o
jenter Venezuela at will, either as
| tourists or intransit In future, it
, Will be necessary for West Indians





From Our Own Correspondent) to obtain the permission of th -
hi LONDON. ; Venezuelan Ministry of the Interio Whenever you want ae lgarette ~
Vir's. Raymond Blackburne, wife \ to visit the country, They will hay

of the new Governor
ward Islands left London to-day
by air to join her husband in|
Antigua. With her went their two}
children, Martin, aged six, ard
Jean, aged two

——

of the Lee-



Haven't you anyi!

plastic? ‘ |



orrison Appeals F or Support



MARGATE, Oct. 4
3ritain’s Deputy Premier Her-









should forget old antagonism
We need a sense of social re



|to state the exact nature of the

| purpose and give a guaranteé that
\ they will not remain in Venezuela
Airlines operating in Venezuelan

ierritory have been notified of th F

new regulations



presently, privately-owned
cement, sugar and industrial as





remember-

{[t’s the TOBACCO that counts |



a

bert Morrison today asked the gponsibility, the joy ‘and glory surance businesses are within the
Labour Party Conference for in serving our fellows and even {field of eligibility for considera-
mental transformation :among sacrificing for our fellows. That tion for nationalization. But we
workers to ensure success of the if the internal and spiritual! do not think it wise at any rate at
j Labour movement He. said change which must take place this stage to commit the Party te
that under capitalism it had before this becomes truly a a time table for socialization. We
been natural for workers to feel Socialist country He was: not must consider what the national
| instinctively — tt there should prepared to claim everything interest requires in the circum
| be a row with boss from time wag perfect in publicly-owned stances obtaining when decisions
to time 1 if it is only for the industries, but he thought they have to be made. Morrison sa
| Sal But he said, were a big improvement on that Labour would need all th
iti, sareeneuns brought greater capitalism. Morris previous time available to prepare for the
waich welcomed the cricketers perched on the mast of a Schooner, and workers party statements said that next General Election, -=—©,P,
A
Cl a cll a



PAGE TWO









} members of
Indies tea
bados on Tuesda

Other guest
more, Mr. J

Atkingon, Mr
De Jord: Mr
Inniss, Mi Ss
Mr. Wm. Atkins
\ liams, Hon, R
Gittens, Dr H. E. Skeete, Mr, M
Clorke, Mr. W. F Hovo Dr \
Stuart, Mr’ F. J. Cole, Mr.
Pierce, Dr. A. S. Ci Mr. O
pin, Mr. A, O. N.S t

Douglas, Mr. Eric 4
Field, Mr. A. M. Tay
Gale, Mr. H. D. Kidnes
Goddard, Mr. K. E. Walcott



















Griffith, Mr. J. 0 Tudor

Hoad Mr. A. Ff

Mr » Hunte f

My. Ince, Mr. G. L. Wiltshire

Col. Michelin, Mr. W. A. Farmer, Mr

H. Peacock. Mr. J. W. Byer, Mr

E. J. Petrie, Mr. K. K. Chepman, Mr
| P. H. Tariiton, Mr. C. A. Porter, Mr
| L. A, Walcott, Dr L. E. Clarke,

Mr. E. A. V. Wjlliams, Mr. J. R

Alleyne, Mr. K. L, Wishart, Mr. Frank

Walcott, Mr. G. Ca ,~M Mathurin
| Mr. D. FitzPatrick, \ ec. A. Bri

waite, Mr. J. M: Hew Mr. C. Skinne

Mr, B. E. Goddard, Dy. A, L. Goddard,

Mr. H. C. Goddard, Mi. B, V. Goddard

Mr. W. C. Goddard, Mr. J. R. Goddard,
Mr. Fred Goddard, Mr. R. Hutchinson,
oe G. G. Gill, Dr. B. Hamilton, Mr

Cc. Hammond, Mr Val Comie
Pie P. Farah, Mr. L. O. Wood, Mr. J
Roberts, Mr. D.C. Frost, Major Skewes
Cox, Mr. A. F. tshmoel Mr i.
Skeete, Mr. A. Yarde

Arriving Today

XPECTED to arrive here today

by the M.S. Port Wellington
from Australia intransit to Eng-
Jand is Alderman A, A Boa,



2















New South Wales, Australia.
While in England, it is under-

stood that he will attend meetings Return Yesterday

of the Town Planning Authorities rPuE HON. MURTOGH GUIN-
to get ideas for modernising the Bea i
City Ms icant ene NESS and Mr. Tom Mc Gee
returned from their week's visit
to Grenada yesterday morning by
B.W.1.A. While in Grenada they
were guests at the Santa Maria

week's holiday in Grenada.








Besides being Deputy Lord
Mayor, Alderman Boa is also a
member of the County Council
Zone 4 which covers seven other








Council areas, and which has /!°te!.
been set up to prepare a town . o.
planning scheme. Plans for the Intransit




new housing scheme will soon be M®*. L STRAUSS, until
submitted to the State Parliament recently farming in Eas
for consideration. Anglia was an intransit passenger









After visiting England he will for Grenada on the Bonaire on
also go to France, New York, Monday. Mr. Strauss intends to
Montreal, Toronto and San Fran- settle in Grenada where he has
cisco where -he will leave for bought the Cocoa plantation La
Australia. Sagess, formerly the property of

Sir Joseph de La Mothe, Apart
Saw Two Tests from Cocoa planting, Mr. Strauss




intends to investigate the possi-
R,. C. A, L. GALE, Editor bilities of large scale rearing of
M of the “Barbados Advocate” Pigs in Grenada. His wife and
who left Barbados for England children will be joining him in
towards the middle of May, Grenada before the end of the
returned on Monday afternoon by year.
the Bonaire. He arrived just in










time for the celebrations in hon- On Short Holiday

our of the victorious West Indies 5 5 '
team who returned on Tuesday. PENDING a short holiday in
While in England, Mr. Gale saw Barbados are Mr. and Mrs.



Winston Warren and their daugh-
ter who arrived from St. Kitts
over the week-end by B.W.I.A.
While here they are staying at
Stratton Villa, Bank Hall, Mr.
Warren is with B.W.1I. Airways
and is stationed in St. Kitts. His
wife is the former Marjorie
Evelyn of St. Kitts,

After Three Months
R. and MRS. DENIS BARN-
ARD arrived by the Benaire
intransit for St. Lucia on Tuesday
They have had three months’
holiday in England and also paid
a Visit to Paris,

two of the Test Matches



















General Manager
D*. m. Me, C; CALLAN;

Entomologist of the Imperial
College of Tropical Agriculture is
on his way back to ‘Trinidad on
the Bonaire. Mr. Callan has been
on holiday in the Union of Sout!
Africa and in Southern Africa,

Also returning to Trinidad by

the Bonaire after a holiday in
England was Mr. Denis Eyre
accompanied by his wife and two
children. Mr. Eyre is the Gen
eral Manager of the Trinidad
Railway.

Used To Be With
Bovell & Skeete

M’ GLYNE FIELDS, who ar-
tived in Barbados two weeks















0 was another passenger leaving
MR. C. A, L, GALE, Editor of ine T.C.A. on Saturday morning.

the Barbados “Advocate” re- Glyne is now living in New York-
turned from England by the He tells me that he is still doing
“Bonaire” on Monday. He is pic- accountancy. He used to be with
tured here at the Baggage Ware- Bovell and Skeete, before he left
__ house shortly after Re arrived. _Barbados fifteen months ago







Rupert and the Castaway — ti 7






















When Koko has eontainad the bag for a moment he clamber
Rupert tries to follow and finds that on andsfindy himself looking into aa
he can just squeeze between the tOock-bound creek. On the water is
boulders. He does it slowly becayse a tay oil he ae ere igs little Mf

arkie, stil chattering and wa
he is carrying the buns and the to him. ‘So that’ at Capta
bottle of milk. * This is fusther

Bart acie saw exclaims Ri pert. m
than I came last time,'’ he mutters.

‘But how can Koko |} it #-
, Much further can he be here all by himself att 3c ig he
going ? Leaving the bottle and ocean?”
















Stella Dawn, a London dancer,
wants to go to the West Indies
some day. She told me.so when
appearing this week at a West@n-

she want to go? Because, she
—"I have been "very much im

pressed by the West Indians 4 ;
have met in England; I find therg-
very friendly and helpful; no on
van be in their midst without feel

ey a ae eee

Stella is the daughter of a â„¢-
tired Bank Manager and she lives
wh her parents at Croydon. At
the age of 14, she appeared as the
principal dancer in a pantomime—
Jack and the Beanstalk—staged at
the Woolwich theatre. She became
so interested in pantomime work
that she continued in it for an-
other couple of years during which
time she featured at Kingston and
Portsmouth. By this time she had

made a name for herself in variety
shows.



Deputy Lord Mayor of Newcastle, HE HON, MURTOGH GUINNESS and Mr. Tom McGee back from



9” “ ”
a iene a ag te decided to specialise in the West
started practising the rumba at [dian calypso and the African
home daily until she mastered the t0M-tom. Since then, she has ac-
technique. Her progress was so Muired such efficiency that at the
good that she was eventually asked West Indian Students’ dance she
to travel with the El-Mario Rumba ‘0K the place by storm. The flexi-
Band (an all-girls’ band) on a bility of her movement to the

Back From Short Visit
. Vv. C. GALE, M.L.C
Director of the

from his short visit to St.
on Monday by B.G. Ai

Back From U.K. Visit
_L. L. TOPPIN, Governing

Leslie & Co., Ltd, and Mrs. Top-
were among the passengers
who arrived here on the Bonaire
Combining business
Toppin also
visited France with Mrs. Toppin.

U.S.A. returned home on Mop-
day via Trinidad by air to resume
his duties as an electrical engin- practising the “Bolero”

Leaves Today
ASTER IAN GORING, son of,
r. and Mrs. N. L, Goring
of Georgetown, British Guiana,
returns to B.G. by plane to-day
to re-enter Queen’s College.

Accountant with the Transport &
Harbour Department. The family
were staying at Brookdale, Hole-

enjoyed his holiday very
much and told Carib that he would
return for the Christmas

New Reader
HE new Reader in Chemistry .
_ at the Imperial College of é —S a
Gpieiaciaadidestltaseksscosdaamuneadbaseeten
Griffith was a passenger for ‘Trini-
dad from England on the Bonaire

Agricultural Department of Ugan-
da and of Malaya, where he was
captured by the Japanese.

After Five Weeks

FOX who has

with his family returned on Sat-
urday afternoon by B.W.I.A. t
Aruba via Trinidad and Curacao.
was here for about five weeks.
Esso Company i
» plans to stay in Trini-

while visiting some of his other

CROSSWORD



1 mney sound expensive pursulte.

6. Of side 1s changet—to pone? (8)
10, es is news,

particular On e.
12. Certainly !
id. IG is poetical,
« Insects come ‘thom these.
19. + Observe & dlocese.

)
shut differently,
%)

y chaning his stable.

3. Turia ices changed make fun.

4. A good one prints well.
5. One anagram of posts.
+ Legally located,
. The popular woE ENS week, (4, 4)

. Foreign mining district.
Owned by a iemale,
. Sort of grass town,



Ry am of Saturday's puxzsie.—Across:
, Stor Chest; 6, Zrobableg,

arn: 17, ‘syxons say



0.8 : @1. :
ve 8 Mugdy, eae















Remember — There is no - parking problem when

BARBADOS ADVOCATE

She Wants To Come To West Indies

By E. BR. TEMOTHY .

LONDON.














Students’ dance. Why

at home-—and the way th

Thrilled
oe * tavern of a theatrical STELLA DAWN
Ser atl joined seven other month's tour of Sweden and an-
girls’ to. form — Mie compane other month at the China theatre
of young artistes thrilled theatre '" ae :
audiences by walking and per- _ Opportunity
forming gymnastics on argc For Stella, the Second World

War offered a great opportunity to

Th . prove her dancing talent and the
contra his cA to "anc realisation of her ambition to
London in variety shows. During travel. Germany, Belgium, Hol-
th : E A
shie ns hate ee among the places she visited with
and appeared in pantomimes at the NSA shows, conducted for mem-
Sh
Hac re theatre. in 1949, she ‘ad another oppor-

, Stella called at her ‘nity of travelling to Sweden and
apes "ah

land, Italy, Malta and Egypt are

herds Bush Empire and the bers of His Majesty’s forces. Early

‘ Denmark, with a rumba band,
ee. can you dagce On returning to England, Stella

rhythm of the calypso won loud

sini aT Me ea cheers and applause from West

Indians who were present.

Says Goodby e How did she come to know the

calypso and the tom-tom? It was
FTER an enjoyable two ." West Indian friend who taught

months’ holiday in Barbados

Harry A. Branch of the her the calypso. An African tom-

art of playing the tom-tom.

At the moment, Stella is busy
and fea-
tures in cabaret shows at the

He begs to say goodbye to his Regency Club, London. When she
many friends-and to thank them jis not rehearsing, she goes out
for the wonderful time they had with her camera; amateur photo-
given him. graphy appeals to her strongly.

CEES SI ESE ey,

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on the advice of her doctors.

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Prineess Anne, Was born
August 14, is “in the best
health” but her doctors feared her
programme was “somewhat
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THURSDAY, OCTOBER

Sugar Producers
Reject Demands
By B. G. Workers’ Union

(From Our Own Correspondent
1 GEORGETOWN
The British Guiana Sugar Pro-
acers’ Association has rejected
© demands made by the Guiana
ustrial Workers’ Union headed
General President Dr. J, P.
chhamsingh,
The Union's memorandum
tnded to the Sugar Producers on
agust 30 demanded that the
isociation “meet and treat with
€ Union”, and also called for
shousing, implementation of
ftain recommendations of the
mn~-Sudell Commission, and in-
Gases of wages. The memoran-
was accompanied by a threat
a Colony-wide strike of all
ar estate workers, if the de-
ds were rejected.
f. Delegates’ Conference of the
ons was held on Monday and
was decided to hold a series
‘meetings near all the estates
find out the feelings of the
kers, before making the final
e decision,
1 its reply to the Union, the
ciation stated... .“It is neces-
, however, to make it clear
the position in regard to
les and earnings of sugar
ers in the light of the rises
he cost of living during this
had been forcibly brought to
_attention of the B.G.S.P.A.
weeks before the i ‘eoipt of
°G.LW.U’s letter of August 30,
itwo of the Unions in the
ustry with whom the Asgocia-
thas collective agreements for
Megotiation of such matters.

e matter was rst raised by
an Power Citizens’ Associa-
Trade Union in July and has
been the subject of joint
ferences held under the Chair-
hip of the Acting Commis-
r of Labour between repre-
tives of the M.P.C.A, and
Workers’ League «nd the
S.P.A.

a result of these conferences
in proposals to improve the
cial position of the workers
@ been formulated and pre-
ed to Government who are
tly concerned in this problem,

a final decision on these
dosals is reached it is not
fible to make any statement
at them.”

Official Statement
§ a resuit of this statement an
jal Government statemen t
ed explained that the “Gov-

nent have been _ invited
fugh the Commissioner of
our by the Sugar Producers’
Iciation and the employees’
mS concerned to agree to an
ease in the retail price of
ir for domestic consumpitt a”

one cent per pound on the
erstanding that the proceeds of
increase, supplementes by a
vibution “from the employers
d be used to meet an increase
ve per cent. in the cost of
1g allowances paid to sugar
kers,

Fovernment will consider théty
fesentations on the subject, but
his ig a matter. affecting “the
‘of living of the whole com-
lity, Government can see little
ject of being able to agree
~e proposal for increasing the
fl price of sugar.”

ill Decide Quarrel

from Our Own Correspondent)

; PORT OF SPAIN.
br. Quintin O'Connor, Gener. !
fetary of the Federated Work-
Trade Union in Trinidad, nas
pted an invitation from the
fada Manual and Mental
‘kers’ Trade Union to be ar-
ator in a dispute between the
in and the sugar estates. A
flock in the negotiations was
hed last week between repre-
atives of the Grenada Sugar
pry, Ltd., the Associated Es-
$ and the Union,

i





ly Dudley, ene of England’s loveliest

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#l’ond’s Creams have made to my skin,’

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5, 1950

PICTURED HERE are (left to right) Mir. Ronald c
and Mr. Joseph du Bonlay of St. Lucia leaving Sea

ma



ed o Dirociors meeting of the B.W.I. Sugar Associa tion held here on

Cost Of Living
Rises In B.G.

(Frem Our Own Correspondent)

GEORGETOWN, B.G.

There was a rise of 1/10th of a
point in the Cost of Living Index
for working class families in
Georgetown over the period July
15 to August 15, 1950, from 225.5
to 225.6 while in the Index for
East Indian Working Class fami-
lies on sugar plantations there
was a downward moven.ent from
264.0 to 262.8 due to a decline in
prices in the Clothing and Mis-
cellaneous groups.

The Georgetown Index reecord-
ed upward movements in the sub-
Indices for food, clothing, fuel and
light whereas in the miscellaneous
sub-index there was noted an ap-
preciable downward movement as
a result of a heavy reduction in
the average retail price of starch.
In the other sub-indices there
were upward movements in the
prices of fish, tomatoes, potatoes,
tea, ground coffee and cheese; in
shirts, cotton prints for women,
and kerosene oil and candles.

The Cost of Living Index num-
bers for working class families in
Georgetown are based on a de-
tailed enquiry made in 1942 into
the spending habits of 1,400 fami-
lies. The statistics for East In-
dian working class families are
based on an enquiry conducted in
1936 on the consumption habits of
Rast Inciam working class families
on sugar plantations,

School Boy Falls
On Iron Spike

(From Qur Own Correspondent) te
2.2 leew | <

PORT-OF-SPAIN .
Port-of-Spain school children
on Friday afternoon witnessed a
near-fatal tragedy at lunchtime
when seven-year-old schoolboy
Clive Payne fell from a tree land-
ing on a spike in the iron rail
around the school which ripped
through his lef, hand and ona
which he remained impaled for
over an hour until the iron spike
was cut to allow him to be taken

to the Port-of-Spain hospital.





*

Teachers and school mates stood
by horror stricken as the boy's
cries rent the air. Passersby unsuc-
cessfully tried to free the boy's
hand from the rail spike.

Finally a mechanic nearby
undertook to cut the spike off the
rail with which the boy was taken
to hospital where the spike was
taken out of his hand. —(C.P.)





Hlarbour Log

Im Carlisle Bay

Lucille M. Smith, Sch, Cyclorama
: h Gloria Henrietta, Sch. W. L
FPunicia, Seh. Lochinvar S., Sch, Harriet
Whittaker, Sch. Emmanuel C. Gordon,



Seh. Cyril E. Smith, Sch. Zita Wontta
Seh Emterprise, Sch. Reginald Wallace,
Sch. Eastern Eel, Sch. Molly N. Jones,
M.V. TFT. B. Radar, S.S. M. V. Factor
ARRIVALS

S.S. Woldingham Hill, 4243 tons, Capt
Dewar, from Haiti, Agents Messrs
Plantations Ltd

s.s Gold Ranger, 1506 tons, Capt
Edwards, from Bermuda, Agents
Harbour & Shipping Master

s.s Temple Arch, 2964 tons, Crypt.
Gibson, from St. Kitts, Agents: Messrs
DeCosta & Co. Lid

s.s Bonaire, 1857 tons, Capt
Dopheide. from Amsterdam, Agents:
Messrs Ss ©. Musson

Schooner Belqueen, 4 tons, Capt
King from St Vincent, Agents.
Schooner Owners’ Association

Schooner Frances W Smith, 74 tons,
Capt. Hfassell, from British Guiana.
Agents: Schooner Owners’ Association

Mv Daerwood, % tons, Capt
DeCoteau, from St. Lucia, Agents

Schooner Owners’ Association
Sehooner Wonderful Counsellor, 38
tons, Capt. Alexander, from St. Lucia,

Agents: Schooner Owners’ Association
Schoomer Lady Noeleen, 41 tons,
Capt. Noel, from Dominica, Agents

Schooner Owners’ Association

S.S. Matina, 3788 tons, Capt. Roberts,
from Southampton, Agents: Messrs
Wilkinson & Haynes.

DEPARTURES

Schooner Molly N. Jones, 37 tons,

Capt Clouden, for Dominica, Agengs
Messrs D. L. Johnson,

Schooner United Pilgrim S.. 47 tons,
Capt Stewart, for St Lucia, Agents
Schooner Owners’ Association

Schooner Harriet Whittaker, 50 tons,
Capt. Caesar, for Fishing Banks,
Agents Miessrs. D. L. Johnson ik

S.S. Rurfina, 1856 tons, Cept. Vanaér
wast. for St. Lucia, Agents: Messrs
DaCosta & Co. Ltd

sss Heghli, 4564 ton Capt Rey
nolds, for Porto Rico, Agents: Messrs
DaCosta «<> Co. Ltd

Senooner Lucille M. Smith, 74 tons.
Capt Huossell, for British Guiana,
Agents: Messrs. Robert Thom.

Schooner W. L. Eunicia, 38 tons, Capt

Joseph, for Dominica; Agents; Schooner
Owners” Association

Schooner Gloria Henrietta, 55 tons,
Cupt. Giynn, for Antigua, Agenis
Schoorer Owners’ Association.

S.S. Gold Ranger, 1506 tons, Capt
Edwards, for Trinidad, Agents: Harbou

& Shipping Master.

S.S. Matina, 3788 tons, Capt. Roberts,
for Trinidad, Agents: Messrs. Wilkinson
& Haynes

s.s. Bonaire, 1857 tons, Capt,
Dopheide, for Trinidad, Aigents; Messrs
S. P. Musson.

In Touch With Barbados
Coast Station

Cable and Wireless (West Indies) Ltd
advise that they can now communicate
with the following ships through their
Parbados Coast Station:

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Boweran, SS. Sunwalt, $.S. ° Regent
Lion, S.S. Fort de France, S.S. Matina
8.S. Dueva Andalucia, §.S. Liss, $.S
Esso Brazil, S.S. Fort Amherst, S.S
Gracia, S.S Celilo, S.S. Missionary
Ridge, S.S Pioneer, S.S. Elizabeth A
Flanigan, S.S. Cleveland, 8.8. Myken
s.s Ss Catalina, S Bonaire, 5.5
Bahia, S.S Alcoa Pennant, S.S. le ve
Re, S.S. S. Mateo, S.S,. Aicoa Pegasus,
S.S. Elax. S.S. Sunwalt, 5.8. Alto1
Runner, S.S. Fernbrook, $.S. Petros.
s.s Fortrichepan, $.S Jalta, 8.8
Helena, S.S. Alcoa Clipper, 8.S. Liber-
vile, S.5 Belita, S.S. Rufina, S.S
Dolores, S.S. Beilfri, S.S. Sein,



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{ THEY PROTECT THEIR LOVELINESS WITH THE SAME BEAUTY CARE

Brunette Mrs. Lawrence Earle, who lives in U.S.A,,
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BARBADOS ADVOCATE

Antigua
October 2nd and 3rd.

Seawell

ARRIVALS
From TRINIDAD:



By B.W.1.A,

Edmund Gwynn; Samuel Ashby; E
L Eldridge; L. § Eldridge; L. G
Eldridge; C. PF Eldridge; Lamber!
Collins; Mrs. Shelia Shepperd; Edward
Shepperd;: Mia Leonora Springer;
Sydney Young; Goulbourne Allamby;
Bishop Hughes: Louis Fisher; Albert
Moore: Edmund Stuart; Thomas Mit-
chell; Monica Rudder; Cyril Grazette;

Ernest Riecker; Leonieas Riecker; Zur-
aima Riecker; Clarie Laughlin; John Cor-
bin; Thomas Hull; Daphni rown, Fratnely





Alleyne; Jean Alley, Katherine
Alleyne; Valerie Alleyne; France
Alleyne; Henry Abbott; Dorothea King

Keith Me Cowan; Mr

Robinson; Mrs
Robinson; Mr Ww

MeNie; Mr F



Morrish; Joseph Duboulay; Clotilde
Pampellone; Marie Pampellone; Shirley
Galt; Helen Galt; Judith Galt; Chery
Galt; Marie Gait; Albert Galt,’ Willian
Gilbert; Maudina Bruce; Harold Robin
Son; Carmen Rink; Perey Rink: Wil-
liam Hanschell; Andrew Annisette: Mrs
Daisy Kelshall; Joseph Kel hall; John
Carrington; Peter Williams; Prank
Maingot; Manuel Delgado; Mrs

Glady



Delgado; John Huskinson

Benson; Katherine Ingiefield r

Inglefield; Ruth Inglefield Jennifer
Inglefield; Catherine Ingiefield; Juliar
Grell; Therese O'Reilly; Rita Adkins:

Warren Bennett; William O Clarke;
K. Clarke; FP. Clarke; Jovito Villaiba:
From ST. VINCENT:

Arnett V. Agard; Margaret E Dray-
ton; Aubrey K. Hunte: Valence Gale;
Mec Donald Andrew;
From DOMINICA;

Frank S. de

Lisle; Hon. H. D,
Shillingford; W. s

O'Malley;

From ST. LUCIA:

Terrence Hawkins; Malcolm Maxwell;
Henry Belmar; Denis Mendes; Lauris.
ton Lewis; Stella Bascombe; Edit?
Friend; Aziz Abraham;

Prom ST. KITTS:

Winston Warren; Marjorie Warren
Andrea Warren; Arno!d Drayton
From GRENADA:

Sybi' Phillips; Charles Phillips;
Noreen Parris Trene Smith Ene
Goma Witiam Malone

DEPARTURES
DEPARTURES--Ky B.W.T.A,

For TRINIDAD:

Carmen Blackman; K, Mec Cowan: H
Robinson; William Gilbert; F. Morrish:
Ww Macnie; Charles White; Felix
Cmrke; Alan Vieira; Edwin Da Costa:
James Mc Intosh; Harry Branch; Edith
Halthide; Maria Halfhide; John Gill-
ingham; Alan Vieira; James Me
Graph; Richard Cahill; Denise Boiselte;

Doris Woodley: Seth White; nothy
Stimer; Claude Stiner: Joyce Stiner:
W.Cmdr. Desmond Clarke; Dr. Charles
Deane; Jules Hennequy; Edmund
Stuart; Allan Packer; Edith Packer:
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Bedeau; Graham Gibbons; Constance
Flawn; Dorothy Anton; Lyola Prudent;
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Querino; Marcelyn Querino; Augus-
tus Querino; Albertha Waithé; Michae}
Nurse; Florie Browne; Peter Lacy;
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Larrier; Miss Genevieve Dookie; Alma
Larrier; Manue) Gonzalez; Rachae\
Larrier; Vernon Corbin; Patrick Haynes:

Vernese Alleyne; Lgslie Dookie; Cecil
Gilbert; Denis Dookie; Edward Cum-
berbatch; Thomas Hull; Ena Clark
Henry Clark; Wedny Clark; Albert
Mitchell; Mercedes Kennedy; Richard
Kennedy; Marguerite Bynoe; Marie
Gomes; Carlotta Graham; Charles
Deane; Olive Jones; John Jones; Gra-
cilla Olton; Dorothy Camacho; Rosa-
lind Camacho; Warren Bennett
Edmund Geoyna; John Corbin; Thelmoe
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Charles; Gloria Charles; Rita Day, Lionel
Day; Leoncio Ventencourt; Malcolm Bar-
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B ADVOGATE

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Printed by the Advocate Co., Ltd., Broad St., Bruigetown.
Thursday, October 5, 1950







«. D. ¢c.

THE resignation of Lord Trefgarne from
the chairmanship of the Colonial Develop-
ment Corporation has caused little surprise
in Barbados. The reason may be that Bar-
bados is not included in the nine undertak-
ings for which capital has been approved
in the area. Three undertakings have
started in British Guiana, two in British
Honduras, one in Jamaica, one in Turks
and Caicos Islands, one in Dominica and
reconstruction work is being done in St.
Iaicia. Of the total number of 131 projects
from the West Indies the Board has re-
jected 89, seven have been withdrawn, 14
projects are under consideration, 12 are
under active investigation and nine have
been accepied.

It is possible that projects from Bar-
bados may be among the 26 West Indian
projects which have not yet been rejected
or accepted.

Even before the spectacular misfire of
the Groundnut “operation”, the Colonial
Development Corporation had adopted a
policy of “say little and only say something
when you have something to say.” This
spirit of caution seems to be still prevalent,
judging by the recent report and accounts
of the Corporation for 1949,

“The first two years of planning and in-
vestigation” says the report “have revealed
that most of the Corporation’s investments
will not begin to yield at their estimated
full rate for a considerable period ..... ..... 90
per cent of the estimated capital cost of the
28 undertakings already launched will have
been incurred by the end of 1952, but the
total earnings of these 28 undertakings are
not expected to reach 90 per cent of their
eventual level for about 10 years after
that.” So far, 28 undertakings have obtain-
ed a total of £14,187,000 sanctioned by the
Secretary of State. Besides the nine pro-
jects accepted in the West Indies, five have
been accepted in West Africa, two in East
Africa. four in Central Africa, one in the
High Commission Territories in South
Africa, four in the Far East and three
others not specified.

In British Guiana the Corporation
approved a debenture holding of £200,000
to British Guiana Consolidated Goldfields
Ltd, ~ Capital of £1,713,000 has been
approved for British Guiana Timbers.

The report of the Corporation states
that sales in the last quartet of 1949 were
at the ate of £221,000 per annum and
that the capital Will be increased during
1950 and ‘other interests are expected to
participate.

In British Honduras £227,000 has been
approved for a pilot scheme to establish
an experimental area under cocoa with
bananas as a shade crop. In addition
C.D.C, has approved a holding of £166,000
for the British Honduras Fruit Company.

In Jamaica the Corporation is erecting
in Kingston an eight room pre-cooling
store of 90,000 cubic feet capacity to hold
400,000 cases of citrus annually from
which the store will derive its main
revenue.

Capital has been approved to the extent
of £217,000 for Turks and Caicos Islands
salt produetion,

In Dominica £ 227,000 bas been approved
for a Grouped Undertaking. Proposals in-
clude citrus development, establishment of
a modern grading and packing station to
handle local citrus for export : the construc-
tion of a hydro-electric power plant to
supply the capital town of Roseau and
its environs and the establishment of a
cold store and ice-working plant. This, to
say nothing of the reconstruction of Cas-
tries, is an impressive list and if Barbados
has so far been granted no assistance, it
must be because she needs it less than
other territories in the area. That is the
only inference that can be made after two
years of the Corporation’s activities in
which the mainland territories of the
Caribbean have benefited much.

Happy Tribute

THE grant of free passages on the S.S.
“Matina” by Messrs. Elders & Fyffes was
a happy gesture by the steamship owners.

The reciprocal invitation to the Skipper
of the vessel to be a guest of honour at a
public luncheon for the cricketers was evi-
dence of the appreciation of that gesture.

In these days of expensive travel and
scarcity of ships it was an eloquent gesture
of Messrs. Elders & Fyffes, not only to
grant free passages, but to change the pre-
scribed. route in order that the players
could come to Barbados first.

But this is not the first nor the most out-
standing service which Messrs Elders &
Fyffes have rendered to the West Indies.
Nor will it be the last.

The occasion on which this service was
rendered was memorable, The West Indies
had defeated the pick of all England on
the cricket field and it was a happy thought
which inspired an English Steamship line
to give practical effect to the plaudits of
the crowd by bringing them home free. It
is a gesture which has been well appreci-
ated and will long be remembered
throughout the West Indies,

Book Review:



BARBADOS ADVOCATE

Northeliffe And The |

“New Journalism — ~| Constitution

Northcliffe in History by Tom
Clarke (Hutchinson 16/—
This is the story of an impish

genius who revolutionized the

British Press, and indeed that of

the entire world. Alfred Harms-

worth (the future Northcliffe) was
bérn at an opportune time, five
years before the Education Act of

1870, without which his “popular”

Ba could never have come into
ing. The Act opened the door

of education to the masses, and

by the time Harmsworth had
reached manhood a new public
had at last become articulate.

Harmsworth’s first independent

journalistic venture came in 1888,
when he was twenty-three. Before
that_he had been editing a bicy-
cling magazine in Coventry, but
fee'ing that he had acquired
encugh experience of the writing
and production sides of periodi-
cal journalism he decided to
brinch out on his own. The new
me gazine bore the verbose title of
“Auswers to Correspondents on

Evry Subject Under the Sun”,

wh ch was soon shortened to the

sncppy “Answers”.

Answers" prospered, catching
ne ; readers every edition through
its ingenious competitions. Harms-
we th often pondered on the
se cet of catching the mind of the
m; 3ses. What did the average
men most want? Find that out
ani make it the prize of one of
his competitions in “Answers”,
an-! sales would continue to soar.
Tiere is a story of him at this
tii..2 finding out things for him-
se . Wondering along the Thames
Er bankment one day, trying to
th 1k up new ideas for his maga-
zi: 2, he sat on a bench and en-
te.ed into conversation with a
tr: ap. “What would you like
™m in life” he asked. “A pound
a 2ek for life and I'd be the hap-

pi: t man in this world”, came the
at ver. The next week “Answers”
ar. ounced the prize of a pound

a eek for life to the person who
m: ie the nearest guess to the
am »unt of cash in the banking de-

pa ment of the Bank of England
at che end of a certain day.

1) the next few years Harms-
wce.th brought out several chil-

drcn’s papers, such as “Comic
Cus” and “Forget-Me-Not”; and
in 1894 he made his first excur-
sicn into the realm of news jour-
na'ism by acquiring the “Evening
News”. Two years later came the
halfpenny “Daily Mail’, a land-



By TAN GALE

mark for all time in newspaper
history.

The policy of the “Mail” was to
give the people what they wanted.
There were plenty of women’s fea+
tures, many pictures and a much
fuller coverage of sport than any
daily paper had ever given before.
The paper was alive, interesting,
and easy to read. In 1903 North-
cliffe started the “Daily M{>ror”
as a newspaper for women, At
first it was a flop: women did not
want to read a “women’s news-
paper”. But Northcliffe persisted
—"I will make women read the
“Daily Mirror’—he turned it into
a picture paper and it prospered.

Later he acquired the “Ob-
server” and then in 1908 he be-
came the chief proprietor of the
“Times”. Much nonsense has been
talked about Nort cliffe having
ruined the Times”, Lut to refute it
one has only to quote from the
official history of that newspaper,
“To him the “Times” owes its
transformation from a bankrupt
nineteenth-century relie into a
flourishing twentieth-c:

perty. -Northclife alone had
the genius, It was he his work,
his inventions and his changes

that alone re-established the pro-

perty.”
Northcliffe was, above all, a
showman. “TI never think of him

without thinking of telephones.”
writes his biographer (at one time
a News Editor on the “Daily
Mail”) “he had them everywhere
) . some of them were dummy
models for special oceasions. In
his office in the early days he had
a_secret bell-push near his foot.
When he pressed it it sounded just
like the telephone going. He
would then take up a receiver—
a dummy—at his side and conduct
an imaginary conversation with
some big—wig or other, a Cabinet
Minister or a'general. This was
one of his Puckish tricks to im-
press his visitors or just the play-
ful trick of the boy he always
was.”

The supreme disappointment of
Northcliffe’s career was that he
‘outlived his banquet of Power. He
came to think that he was indis-

pensable to the politicians he had.

helped to the seats of the mighty,
and it was a great blow to him
when Lloyd eorge refused to

have him at the Peace Confer-
ence at the end of the Firgt World
War, Perhaps it ted to his tragic
méntal breakdow ,and . sudden
death not long after. 4

Even to the e








mained a journa “They say I
am mad! Send a for the
full story” was telephone
mé@€ssage to the ~ He had
many faults, inst and cruel-

ty among them, t he remains
a symbol of the ss and
humaneness of the British Press.
Every journalist to-day has some-
thing to thank Northcliffe for,
especially the women, for whom
he opened the gates of Fleet
Street.
* ok se
Portrait Painters by Allan

Gwynne—Jones Phoenix 32/6.

As a layman, wiint I always ap-
preciate most in a book of paint-
ings are the few coloured prints
one usually finds among the half-
tone reproductions. This book has
mone, and I think that is a pity,
for in my opinion no half-tone
picture can ever do justice to an
oil painting. Hbwever, I must
add that the 163) reproductions in
“Portrait Painters” are excellent,
and combined With the text they
provide an interesting record of
the development of portrait-paint-
ing in Europe, from Greco-Roman
encaustic portraits to the end of
the nineteenth century.

Writing about me maracter of
English art, the author suggests
that the English are inclined to be
over-modest about their artistic
achievement. He points out that
from about A.D. 1000—1300 the
English school of illumination was
the finest in the world, this art de-
pended on the fervour of the
emotion behind it, which was a
compound of superstition and
deep religious faith. As this ar-
dour cooled—and it had cooled
much by the time of Chauger—
the art entered into a gradual de-
cline. ’

The outstanding characteristic
of English art is its naturalness,
its qualities coming from the heart
rather than the head. “. .We
haye something of our own,”
writes Gwynne—Jones
directly we forsdke the line of our
natural genius we lose rather
than gain. Weare no good at ab-
sorbing theories’ “Let us admire
the French and _ others,
copy them.”

but not



Israel Speeds To
Bankruptcy

“You can't fail us now” is the cry as the once-abundant Supply of
American Cash begins to dry Up ;

By Kenneth Macaulay

TEL AVIV,

IT is no special novelty for this
new nation of Israel to face a
crisis, "%Se%e 2 vd %y, as

One more, ‘therefore will not
stop the determination to “pack
in immigrants from foreign lands
as hard and as fast as transport
can fetch them.

It is a strangely moving ex-
perience, this gathering in of the
Jewish people from all parts of
the world, where they have been
Scattered by events and biblical
promise. » a

Moving it is, because the “Law
of Return,” which is part of
Israel’s Constitution, means that
every month brings more mouths
to feed and bodies to clothe from
resources already strained and
from a larder seriously low,

Every month the tide is rising
to a flood. In August 19,000 souls
Were returned to their homeland
In the next three years they plan
to bring in 600,000 people.

Prime Minister Ben Gurion
Says, “It may be politically irra-
tional and economically not feas-

ible. But since when has & mother

refused to save her own children?”

Challenge ....
SO this is an act of faith and a
direct, deliberate, and downright
challenge to the orthodoxy of

economics. Israel ee not care.
The drain of Israel’s asure goes
on. An immigrant costs £600

from the time he arrives in the
homeland until he becomes an
economic, self-supporting unit.

Not all this cost, of course, is
borne by the State of Israel.
Great sums have been found by
Jewry in America and Britain,
but Israel herself claims she has
shouldered a staggering burden on
behalf of world Jewry.

The logical course to take would
be for Israel to gear up her econ-
omy to meet the steady pressure
of immigrants, to further plans
for housing, agriculture, irrigation,
and light industry. This is ortho-
doxy. Israel will not treat with
orthodoxy.

It may, they say, be later than
we think. There are 1,400,000
Jews in Eastern Europe, Africa,
and Asia seeking to come to
Israel. There are 80,000 Jews in



Question
The Editor, The Advocate

SIR,—In your daily news of
Sept. 28, Mr. A. E. S. Lewis under
the head Public Utilities is seeking
the assistance of Messrs Smythies
and Shepherd because he knows
they can help him with a point he
tried to make during the second
reading debate on the Public
Utilities Bill. The point is that
on and after the setting up of
the proposal board, all labour
troubles affecting wages or other
monetary concessions. (if any) to
employees will be thrown square-
ly and heavily on to the shoulders
of the board, because he could not
see how any board, person or thing
could dictate to any person, com-
pany, corporation or else the price
at which they should sell any com-
modity or service, or fix the profit
they should make, without at the
same time either directly or in-
directly determining the salaries
and wages they should pay.

Now, Sir, by your permission, I
am asking Mr, Lewis one question
and demanding of him an answer
without delay as a representative
of the people including shopkeep-
ers. Does the competent author-
ity determine the wages and sal-
aries the wholesalers and retail-
ers should pay?

L.£.S

Iron Curtain Poland. These peo-
ple were given to September 1 to
register their intention of going to
Israel: More than 50,000 registered
but only 12,000 have so far left
for Israel.

Israel’s belief is that unless they
come soon they may never come
at all. The shadow of a new war
does not frighten Israel so much
as the possibility of Jews being
trapped in Europe and Arab lands

The march of events makes
rescue imperative and Israel is

WH ready to strain economy to bring

them here at all costs.

So, in the peculiarly apt words
that architects use, speed is the
essence of the contract.

But can Israel do this? All she
asks of time is three years, Then
in 1953 she believes her popula-
ticn can be more or less stabilised
at about 3,500,000 souls,

= =
Sacrifices

TO appreciate the effect on‘ her
economy consider what would
happen in Britain if 15,000,000
people from Canada, Australia,
New Zealand, and South Africa
were resettled in the homeland.

In the next three years Israel
is prepared to find from her own
resources £187 million towards
resettling 600,000 people. To do
this, sacrifices have to be made

Food rationing was introduced
for the first time a year ago,
clothes rationing three weeks ago.

Breakfast in my hotel this
morning was orange juice and
bread and apricot jam. The menu
is plainly marked Austerity.

‘rho Heer’

Maybe it is thought a good thing
that Jews from America who come
a-visiting should be brought to
realise that there is a crisis on.
How like wartime Britain it all
is. The beer runs out at the end
of the week; the meat does not
always arrive.

There are as many queues for
food, for buses, for cinemas in
Tel Aviv as in Tottenham, The
Israeli gets four ounces of meat
a week. He cannot take his ration
in veal or lamb. There is not any
veal or lamb. It is just meat.

There is no butter at all.
There is just over 2lb. of sugar

College Lunch

The Editor, The Advocate
R,—Please grant me space in
your valuable columns to correct
a statement which was made con-
cerning “Lunch at College”,
Stating that John’s drink-cart
only has two dozen glasses is in-
correct. No drinks are dished out
until the boys have called for what
they need, yi
JOHN,

Sweet-drink Vendor,
Sept. 30, 1950,

Books

To The Editor, The Advocate

SIR,—I would be grateful if you
would allow me to appeal to your
readers for books to be sold in aid
of the Poppy Funds (St. George’s
and Christ Church special effort).

The sale of books will be held
on Friday, October 6, at Emtage’s
Electrical. Co. Broad Street,
through the kindness of Mr. Percy
Emtage,

Any books for this sale should
be left at Ladies’ Club, 33 Broad
Street, before October 6.

S. E. ARTHUR.
Yorkshire,
Christ Church

a month, Clothing coupons are
enough for one pair.of shoes a
year. A suit would take 2% years’
“coupons, Petrol is 5s, 6d, a gallon.
Scotch £11 a bottle. ~

What is to prop up this crazy
economy, determined to hurtle on
its way until it hits the buffers?

Her Ho

The Arab Statés believe that
the time wi'l come when Israel
must seek more living room. They
believe this State cannot possibly
support a population of 3,500,000
in any circumstances,

Israel disagrees, She believes
the only obstacle ih the 'way of
feeding such a population is
£200 million to be spent in irriga-
tion. The soil is fertile enough if
scientificially farmed, and the
850,000 acres now under cultiva-
tion could be expanded to a
million and a quarter,

On this 3,500,000 Iseaelis could
raise cattle for meat three times
a week. There would be fruit,
vegetables, and potatoes enough
and to spare for export. Olive
groves now being replanted would
solve the problem of ‘sts.

Until these things come to pass
the strain on, the country’s
economy is enormous.

‘No Choice’

But Israel hopes — more, she
demands, that American Jewry
keeps faith with the ideal of
Israel. It is plainly and bluntly
said American Jewry has not yet
begun to make sacrifices. Worse
than that, dollar contributions to
this unofficial “Marshall Ald” are
falling. There has been a drop of
£500,000 this year.

The Arab war has been won,
says Israel, but the peace is ia
danger of being lost unless the
dollar flow continues in an unfail-
ing stream.

American Jewry must. send
£357 million worth of dollars in
the next three ene - +. or else, |

When Israel’s war with the
Arab States was on, they cheered
themselves with, the thought that
they had a secrét weapon called
“No choice.’ Israel believes to-day
that she has no.ghoice but to go
on—some say recklessly.

—L.E.S.

teens

Well Done

To, The Editor, The Advocate,
SIR,

Oh Sons and Brothers of the soil
Welcome! Ye Monarchs all

Know ye time, ne'er will efface
Each link its part so nobky played
That the triumph! Glory ! and falth

Are indelible, on the face of time

This blithe game symbolic of fortune
frolies

“In gayest mood,” . . Heritage of
our tropics

On Formal soil, the purple leather
Subtle and coy, ends apace
Kissing the face of Magical Willows
To hound and chase the red on green,
The fatal click on the “Dismal Three”
This game played with irrestible glee.
tos

Whilst far away ‘on the vanquished
8

step:
With spirit of freedom as your hosts,
Their Sons and Daughters good-will

shared,

Your guide, the will to be,

An unfriendly clime its ardours felt,
Impartial yes! To hosts and guests
You conquered! None the less.

Day after day each Carib’s heart
Its message of love and Sunshine wbent

‘Twas not in vain, as you won fame,
And more! you gave rare happiness.
Welcome ... Well done .. . God bless
And as nicht fells

Her shadows to enfold

Yon bright rays will always shine,

On your inspiring deeds. |
Hence as we humbly bow in praise,

Posterity will ». annals acclaim
Reoords! Tetumphe! Fame! Immortals
GOULBOURNE BROWNE













“and

Canada’s

By D'Arcy O'Donnell
QUEBEC.

ga a,setting reminiscent of the talks here!

inl prior té the formation of the Domin-
ion, the 11 Canadian governments met here
im late September to attempt anew to find a

solution of the country’s complex constitu-
tional problems.

Prime Minister Louis St. Laurent and the
10 provincial premiers gathered around an
oblong table in the legislative assembly to
discuss again the possibility of giving Canada
complete constitutional independence. The
meetings were a resumption of a federal-
provincial constitutional conference held in
Ottawa last January.

The constitutional problem dates back to
1887. Then Canada_was a British colony.
When the provinces decided to federate they
had to ask the United Kingdom parliament
to pass an act under which the federated
provinces would optrate. The act was known
as the British North America Act and be-
came the Canadian constitution.

STATUS CHANGED
Since 1867 Canada’s status has changed to

that of a sovereign nation, To-day Canada is

the only member of the Commonwealth and

the only sovereign power in the world with-

out ful control over her own constitution.
The United Kingdom parliament still has to
be asked to approve any constitutional
joint jurisdiction of the federal and provin-
ciol governments.

No government likes that position particu-
larly. The United Kingdom parliament

rest in Canada. But so far they have been
unable to agree on a formula for making con-
stitutional amendments once the power is
transferred from the United Kingdom to
Canada.

The conference received a report from a
ccmmittee of attorneys-general established
lest January. The committee was asked to
try to harmonize the views of the provincial
svvernments on a proper formula for future
constitutional amendments. After meeting
in private in Ottawa last August, the com-
mittee reported substantial agreement had
been reached but that there were still some
points of disagreement::* + wt

It is believed that most of the disagree-
ment centres on ‘sections 91 and 92 of the
B.N.A. Act. They contain some of the main
powers of the federal and provincial govern-
ments. Some of the provinces are said to

fcel that no change should be made in
the sections without the unanimous consent

of all provinces. Others feel that no province
should have the power to veto a change con-
sidered desirable by a majority of the prov-
inces.—C,P.

N.Z. Air
Force Unfit

By J. C. Graham

WELLINGTON, N.Z.

New Zealand’s air force is unfit for war
service either at home or overseas, according
to the chief of air staff, Air Vice-Marshal
Sir Arthur Nevill:

In his annual report presented to parlia-
ment he said that progress had been made
during the past year. However, he added:



“Much remains to be accomplished before

the operational control organization is fit for
war in this theatre and before any units of
the regular air force reach the minimum
strength and operational efficiency necessary
for service overseas,”

He placed the blame chiefly on the insuf-
ficient response to recruiting campaigns for
ground staff and to problems arising from
the continued use of obsolete aircraft, "The
most modern planes in use in any numbers
in the air force are Mosquitoes, all other
planes being of still earlier vintage.

UNIT OVERSEAS

Despite Air Vice-Marshal Nevill’s state-
ment, a small unit of the New Zealand Air
Force has been operating overseas with con-
Spicuous success since late last year.

A transport unit of Dakotas stationed at
Singapore has been taking part in the air-
lift to Hong Kong and also in the campaign
against the rebels in Malaya on supply-drop-
Ping missions.

As a major step toward improving the
position the government has already placed
orders in England for large-scale re-equip-
ment. The planes selected after lengthy in-
vestigation as most suitable for New Zea-
land requirements are the De Havilland
Vampire, a jet fighter-bomber, the Handley-
Page Hastings, a four-engined long-range
transport, the Bristol Freighter, a twin-en-
gined short-range transport, and the De
Havilland Devon, a communications















































ainendment affecting matters within the

would like to be relieved of a chore that at
sorne time might prove embarrassing. The
Canadian governments would like to see the
power to make all constitutional amendments

and |
raining type.—(C.P.)





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at esis Sua tem
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no ean Vielle Cure
veal Chops
Slightly Corned Beef SPECIALS.
sole 16-oz, Fish Cakes in tins
Cod Fillets 12 cents each
Pears | 3-02. Paste in tins
Gooseberries | 6 cents each
“eaches
hubarb. | J. & R. SANDWICH BREAD

Strawberries | CROWN DRINKS
Blackberries | FRESH FRUIT
ice Cream Powder | and
Brussel Sprouts—tins } VEGETABLES
Carrots in tins |
String Beans in Tins | Iee Cold

Spinach in Tins DUTCH APPLES

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THURSDAY, OCTOBER 5.

Pat eas ee

1950

AT THE ATHLETIC SPORTS MEET



(LEFT). Ace cyclist KEN FARNUM takes the lead in “Devil takes

ture, won the race to score his
makes a good sprint to win by

LUMBER
ARRIVES

IN LARGE QUANTITIES

AS at the inner basin

yesterday was centred on
lumber, Large quantities of lum-
ber could be seen packed up on
all three sides of the basin and
regularly lighters, heavily loaded
with even more lumber, came into
the basin and tied off.

All of this lumber was brought
to the island over the weekend by
the S.S. Woldingham Hill. This
4,243-ton vessel, under the com-
mand of Capt. Dewar, arrived
from Haiti with 1,352 bags of
poultry feed and 120 cartons of
dog meal for Messrs, Jason Jones
& Co. 40 spruce sweeps for
Messrs, Plantations Ltd., its con-
signees, rough pine lumber and
empty wooden barrels.

Ty TO YESTERDAY evening
signs of the hectic Labour Day
celebrations still remained in
Queen’s Park. The merry-go-
round was in its old position al-
though the horses were removed.
Bits of. paper, bottle caps and
various fruits skins were scattered
around the frames of what were
once well stocked stalls and a few
urchins could be seen looking
among these for a stray nut or a
coin that might have been drop-
ped by one of the merry-makers,
The cash booths, where the ad-
misson was collected, were still at
the Park gates and occasionally
one or two school children could
be seen playing a joke on their
friends. They entered the booths
and asked for an admission fee.
Within a few days the frames
of these stalls will all be taken
down, the Park will be cleaned up,
and the memory of Labour Day
will be a faded one until 1951,

OW THAT CHRISTMAS is

only a few months off the
majority of ships coming into
port have included in their cargo
toys, artificial Christmas Trees and
Christmas Tree decorations.

The most recent vessel to ar-
rive with these articles was the s,s.
Bonaire which came over the
weekend. It is under the com-
mand of Capt Dopheide and con-
signed to Messrs. S, P, Musson.
After unloading its cargo it sailed
for Trinidad.

It also brought cotton piece
goods, lighters, paper bags, smoked
red herring, rat and mouse
fraps, cognac, potatoes, onions,
butter churns, rolled oats, pearl
barley, beer, canvas and rubber
shoes, unsweetened condensed
milk and pork legs.

HE CROCODILE in the Park

made gooa use of yesterday’s
temperature which read 86 degrees
Fahrenheit in the shade, For the
better part of the day this reptile
could be seen basking in the sun
and although the space allotted
did not permit it to stretch out
full length, it appeared to be fair
ly happy. . :

One or two admirers carried on
conversations around the pool.
One chap, who had visited the
U.S.A. as an emigrant, recalled
seeing a large crocodile while on
his way to Salt Lake. He told his
friend that that “croc” was so
large that even bullets refused to
penetrate its body Eventually
they had to shoot out its eyes and
it died a few hours later.

The friend did not travel but
had spent most of his years in St.
Thomas. He told of some of the
funny antics of the monkeys of
that parish.

NDER the patronage of the
Rector of St. Joseph, Rev.
L. C. Mallalieu, the members of
the St. Joseph Dramatic Group
recently started their studies in
dramatic art.
All the members are taking
interest and the group is making

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Return From | a a TOWN

Rice Mari



Board has approved on increases
Bermuda in the prices of rice for loca] fo hey
P jconsumption with effect, Monday

October |

The R.F.A. Gold Ranger ar-| Super rice will be increared by
rived in the island recently with) 70 cents per bag; Extra No. 1 by
23 Barbadian dock workers who! 60 cents per bag; No 1 by 50
were formerly employed at Docks | cents per bag; Nos. 2 and 3 by 49
in Bermuda. jeents per bag; Broken rice by 30

Those returning were: C. Mar-| cents per bag q
shall, L. Smith, H. Holder, A. Wat-} The Board has also decided to
x02, F. Trotman, R. Brown, O.| import thachinery to pack Super J

‘tinson, B. Coppin, R. Atwell,| Rice in cardboard boxes
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Lyneh and C. Cumberbatch. TAKE ADVANTAGE OF | * l b ild up resistance natural oil presented ina
third win for the Amateur Athlon = oo ee eat, temporarily. H. Stuart, fourth in the Bs Seven pernene came = = will bu d ais th — h delicious. creamy
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Vice-President |
Urges Support Of
Workers’ Union

For. Political, Economic Progress

MR. M. E. COX, Vice-President of the Barbados Work-
ers’ Union, speaking at Labour Day last Monday likened co™mend acceptance of the after

political saboteurs to peopl

a dance, are the first to break it up.
Cox who spoke in place of Mr. Adams,

u ; : ist prize No. 3636 i Satan oo

President General, was stressing, as other speakers stressed, eaters ty eet Mee Abate, on a) ee 5 an Mh, te pr heh

the importance of Unionists standing solidly behind the or- ternational Su gar Agreement a « o themum. (2 kinds). Aster,

ganisation which had worked for their political and eco- which will go before the Interna- 6th {) 3981 Nigella, Balsam. Dahlia,

nomic progress during the nine years of its existence. tional Sugar Council later in the He 8. Larkspur, Gaillardia, Cali-

The speech was delivered frcn 1novement, to their leaders and Ya: f " , 9th 137 opsis, Nasturtium (2 kinds),
the roof of the Union headquar- incidentally to the community in ager tlnebie ab ake ieee take, ith ; ; a Mignonette, Indian Pinks,

< . Tested otis 4 ; a rests. é = 9 : , 2 ‘ar i 2 kinds y=

Su eee ors ae ee einem ae ee try of the region also came under iin ‘ ‘ ba Tock Misbuar tee kinds), ¢ How does
had marched in procession from questions on the basis of principle Cr ersacen meeting of British sth a : sas Canterbury Bells, Salvia x
aeons Park through the city to rather than personality. West Indies Sugar Association 16th 4. ° 4, 1967 (R e d). roeeee tee: she keep SO
ais wee of march- That was the basis alone on (Inc.) will be held in Jamaica on Godetia, Ageratum, Delphi-

The procession took place after
a religious service in the Park at
which Revd, B. Crosby preached
the sermon, and the Police Band
supplied the music. The day’s
programme was climaxed with a
Fair in the park which lasted un-
til 3 a.m.

Early Trade Union Days

Taking as his text the fourth
chapter of Ephesians, verse 25,
“We are members one of another,”
Revd. Crosby said that a few
months ago, Mr. Morgan Phillips,
Secretary of the British Labour
Party had declared that British
Trades Unions owed more “to ihe
Methodists than to Marx”. The
Statement which was made at the
International Socialist Conference
in Copenhagen had occasioned a
good deal of comment and not a
little scorn; but it was substan-
tially true,

Revd. Crosby spoke of the
early days of the Trade Union
Movement when many people
found their inspiration for the
service of their fellows in Chris-
tian teaching. He mentioned the
name of Jack Lawson and Peter
Lee, the last a loyal trade union-
ist, a trusted leader and a staunch
Methodist.

















Mrs. J. A. Toppin, Mr. R, D
M. Barnard, and Mrs. M. Barnard

Almair Pri
lmair Prize
Drawing
THE COMMITTEE of the Al-
mair Home wishes to express
their thanks and appreciation to
all those who so generously bought
tickets in the Grand Prize Drawing

in, aid of the Home. They would
also like to say thanks to those

“SUPERSEED” ) ==

FLOWER
SEEDS

THE SEEDS THAT

B.W.I.S.A.
Directors
Meet Here

The Directors of British West
Indies Sugar’ Association (Inc.)
met in Bridgetown, on the 2nd and
3rd October, 1950.

The Directors discussed several
questions arising out of the Long
Term Guarantee of Purchase of

for your ‘Child
00D to take

Value for money

Now obtainable from :- KNIGHTS DRUG STORES









Sugar by His Majesty’s Govern- firms who so kindly gave the
ment, ’ prizes. SUCCEED
The following Governments re- The Drawing took place on

October 2 and the lucky prize
winners are asked to call at the
Almair Home for their prizes.
The lucky tickets were as follows:

by Sugar Producers: —Antigua,
Barbados, Jamaica, St. Kitts and
Trinidad. Advice is awaited from
the British Guiana and St, Lucia.

Antirrhinum (Snapdragon 2
Kinds), Zinnia (Giant Dah-
lia Flowered Mixed), Candy-
tuft, Petunia, Phiox, Marigold

e who having stowed away at

SLLSLELLLEECL LEE PL CGLEECL LSE PSE










which they could build with con- 29th and 30th October
fidence. They planned improve- Annual B.W.1. Sugar Technolo~
ments and developments, but they gists’ Conference in Mandeville,
would be all in vain if they left Jamaica, from 23rd to 27th.

out of account the human factor. Those present were:—

If they looked for a better world Amtigua—Director:; Hon, A. Moody
in future, then they needed better Stuart, O.B.E., M.C., Adviser, Hon R,

Cadman.
men, and the only way WAS — Barbados—Director: Hon. G. D, L. Pile
through the power of Christ. 0.B.E., Adviser: Mr. E. S. Robinson,
First speaker from the roof of Hon. H. A. Cuke, C.B.E., Mr. R. G. F
. . landeville
the Union was Mr. F. L. Walcoit. British Guiana—Director; Mr. W. A
He recalled that Mr. Adams was Macnie, C.M.G., O0.B.E., (alternate for
in Canada with the Molasses Mr._R. R. Follett-Smith), Adviser: Mr
7 F
Delegation, and molasses was 3 ‘Jamaica—Director: Hon, R. L. M
thing of importance to the island Kirkwood, Adviser; Mr. D. J, Verity.
Mr. Walcott reminded the peo- in a My ¥ et
ple that the following day would }AIwyn, jmterne ;
be a holiday in honour of the re- St.’ Lucia: Director: Mr. J. C
turn of the West Indies team. It Duboulay,

after the



nium Cosmos Helichrysum,
Lupins, Scabiosa, and—

SWEET PEAS—AlIl col-
ours; eleven kinds,

also FRESH VEGETABLE
SEEDS.



Bicycles Among cheerful /

Sports Prizes

Two bicycles will be among the
prizes to be given for wiis in cycle
events at Kensington Oval to—day
when the Amateur Athletic Sports
meet ends. One bicycle will be
given by Central Foundry for the
nine mile and the other by
Fogarty for the 5 mile handicap






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indicated because of its tone properties. Wincarnis is made from a
superior wine, specially selected and exclusively blended for Wincarnis,







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. - as . Trinidad :;—Director; Mr. H. E. Rob- VICTOR KEITH HARRIS. of LTD prescription’, The wine that doe S YOU £006
Macseehe ait the Maer ingon (Chairman, “Adviser Mr. W. H. Si. Matthias School won the schol- °
lieved that in having that day de- “B-WiS.A. Staf—Direcior: Mr ik Present dnd ‘Bcusder af Ganele
clared a holiday they were carry- Me Cowan 7 of Ge

PLCC LOE PPP POOP

. Head of Broad St,
T. Washington School, Trinidad, %
- have in memory of the W. I, Crick-
et Team.

The scholarship is tenable at
Harrison College for 5 years,

B.G. Exports Up
But $6,000,000

ing out the wishes of the majority
of those who had put them in the

Hevhai was an example of the Rock Blaster Gets
$1,440

benefits they would enjoy as long
as they gave political power to
.
Compensation
Detailed Account In the Assistant Court of Ap-

those who had their interests at
heart.

He promised that later in the peal (Original Jurisdiction) yes-
year the people would be given a terday, Mr. Justice J. ‘



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detailed account of the things the Chenery awarded to Beresford
i g "| Ss f Penny-
: Mies illips Party had done. As one example, Wright, a rock blaster o:
an rescore Faw ag ae the Barbadian Agricultural Work- hole, St. Fil, aan oe feds
ment to the Methodists of 50 years ¢TS this year had received from and eine Watkiisn's) Eargenea,
ago. He was in effect saying that the Sugar Industry approximately ee " e Wor ,
the British Labour Movement 7, Per cent more’ in’ wages than Ow ight received injuries to his
owed more to religious principles bo Of ceenet West Indiam ste foatrend rie hand while
neva, ‘Crosby said he regretted , The Union was not built on an blasting Scos of Saou EO
that that Christian influence was idividual, Mr. Walcott said. Harriman and Co. Ltd.. on March
not so easily discernible to-day, ach member should be prepared 11, 1950. ;
and he appealed to Unionists to ‘© take a greater share of respon- $1,440.00 had been paid in as
renew their attachment to the “ibility. The Adult Suffrage Bill compensation to Wright by the
Church of their choice. Their W®S Passed abolishing the money company and he has aiready
sense of comradeship would be 22d property qualifications, and drawn $110.76. ,
enriched by being linked to the "°t only would every one who Wright was treated at Dr. Bay-
Christian ideal—the brotherhood @d reached the age of 21 have a

ley’s Diagnostic Clinic and the
of man being based on the father- "i8ht to vote but to run for the jnedical evidence was to the effect
hood of God. It would help them

House as well. that recovery will not take place.
to place the emphasis on others

He did not think, said Reva.



They should not vote for those

: . Each
rather than on self; on giving who had said that they were too 000 if million, approximately half came
rather than on getting. ignorant to vote, 2» Bags 0 y from 7s United Kingdom, $5
Responsibility Mr. Walcott thanked Revi. piton from Canada, $5 million

e
It would bring to them a deeper Crosby for’ conducting the Ser- Rice Come



sens ibili e vice and the Police Band for
eee eee a supplying the music. TWO THOUSAND bags of B.G.
Mr. Cox said he was grateful rice +r bromast to pigg ae 4
i t i i the Schooner Frances . sm
rapid progress. This is yet for the honour they had paid him

by choosing him to deliver the Which arrived over the weekend,

Presidential’ Address He retraced It also brought 600 bags of char-,

briefly the history of the Labour Coal, ten tons of firewood and other

the parish and many parents have Movement in Barbados and paid gencral cargo.

offered their assistance. . tribute to Mr. Adams whom he Three passengers—Charles Bar-
There was formerly a dramatic described as a man of the highest row, Marjorie Barrow and Susan

group in this parish but its mem- jntegrity, Daniels — also arrived by the

another attempt to improve the
cultural standard of the youths of

8 Behind Imports

(From Our Own Correspondent)
GEORGETOWN.

Although British Guiana’s ex-
ports recorded an increase of
32'2 million at the end of August
over the eighth-month period
last year, there is still an ad-
verse trade balance of $6,092,173
Compared with the 1949 trade
balance, the deficit is $24 million
more than it stood at the same
time last year.

Imports up to the end of August
were $36,469,742 or $3,753,359 in
excess of imports for 1949
Exports amounted to $30,377,569
or $24 million more than for the
Same period last year,

Of the total imports of $36



from other British Poss
8% million from
tries,

Exports to Britain amounted to
$9,571,468, which is approxi-
mately $2% million less than the
Home Country bought in 1949

Largest single item bought by
Britain from British Guiana
during the first 8 months of the
year is sugar, amounting to

Ssions and
foreign coun-






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WHITE SPORT SHIRTS
with Short Sleeves

$6.26

PLAIN COLOUR SHIRTS
with Attached Trubenised
Collars. Blue and Grey.

Each





PURE SILK
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bers lost interest. Smith, 46,850 tons ($6,160,601)—one mil-
; Support Asked Four other intercolonial vessels lion dollars less than in 1949
‘WHE MOBILE CINEMA will brought cargo. They were the Only other item exported to 10, 11 12, & 13 Broad Street
give a Show at Newcastle Mr. Cox asked members to Lady Noeleen, Wonderful Counsel- yeach a million dollars was rum, f . :
Plantation yard at eight o’clock| stand solidly behind the move- lor. Belqueen and Daerwood. $1,863,865 worth of which went
tonight for the benefit of residents | ment and not allow themselves to The Daerwood arrived from St. {,' Britain.
of the Newcastle and Martin's} be carried away by saboteurs who Lucia with 247 packages and 116 Although currency regulations | = ————— See EE eee :
Bay areas of St. John, had done nothing in the past to bunches of fresh fruit, 41 bags of limited importations from Can. oe
, contribute to the good of the cocoanuts, 23 bags of charcoal, one ada to less than one-sixth of the
Union but who wanted to come in bag of pumpkins, two be total value of our imports, _ the
Beaa# G@ @ @ j* the last moment and break it apie) - none of peanuts and ten Dominion bought more than hal/ IN OUR DRY G
" vgs of copra. ; . : 7
Sans seas ! “Par. Cox too stressed the import- ‘he Noeleen brought 1,700 loose Of B.G.’s exportable produce, the

ance of political power, without cocoanuts, 12 cords of firewood, 23

which, he said, there could be no packages and 14 bunches of fresh

6 !}economic advancement. fruit from pereee. int nn
The speaker then appealed to sellor’s cargo was ma

and Livestock members of the Union to support bags of copra, 57 bags of cocoa-

the Beacon Newspaper and the nuts, 40 bags of charcoal, 75 posts,

Union’s Canteen. Why should they seven bunches and five packages
‘jenrich others and impoverish of fresh fruit from St. Lucia. a
themselves where the Beacon and The Belqueen arrived "i
the canteen were concerned, he copra, arrowroot, cocoanuts, tins
asked. of fish oil, pumpkins, pears and

fresh fruit.

He was glad that they had The Counsellor, Belqueen, Noel-
turned out in such large numbers cen. Frances Smith and Daerwood
in the absence of their President, are all consigned to the Schooner
Mr. Adams. Mr. Adams would be Owners’ Association.

glad to know that they had that Eri
CASH LIFTED

sense of responsibility, With those
qualities they would keep ever
WEEKEND thieves broke and
entered the home of Rosalie Hunte

forward until they reached the

goal they had set themselves.
at Canewood, St. Michael, between
Saturday and Sunday and took

Mr. D. D. Garner also made a
value of



z i

wees s5elb. tins 3.90

A by 4 7)
ur A de? }
Re tee a

og

“close your ranks” appeal. He as-
sured them that his support was
for the B.W.U. because he felt that

sere eee







total amounting to
an inerease of over $4 million
over last year’s exports to this
country.

Nearly a million tons of bauxite
made up half of the total exports
to Canada, and sugar to the value
of $7,342,000 made up the greater
part of the other half.

$15,477,860,



Drivers Speak Their
Mind As They Learn

LONDON
“Speak your mind” training is
being given to London’s learner
bus drivers to keep up their tradi-
tion as the safest in the world.
L-drivers at London Transport’s
Chiswick driving school have a





WE ARE NOW OFFERING THE UNDERMEN'IIONED
SPECIAL ITEMS

_—_—_—_——

MAGOG PRINTS

in a large assortment of colourful de- in
Royal, Biscuit, Navy gold Rust, Net
and White at 84 cents per yard.

GENTS’ SUITINGS

Special value — 54 inches wide jn



—_



SAMBA SPUN

Pink, Rose, Apricot, Sky Beige,



signs from 58 cents per yard.

COLOURED BED SHEETING

eA wien “a =, * Dosis Ry to: it oo tor $3018 articles to the throat microphone and two-way in lovely shades of Maize, Peach, Pink, Brown, Grey and Slate
oo . = 5 ; it was the best organisation in the . 18. loudspeaker in th iver’: ; " :
SOUTHWELLS MINCED MEAT ............1-Ib. bots 66 island to defend their rights. pane matter was ner pe The learners are told to oa a Blue and Old Rose 70 inches wide at Note our price
olice yesterday a . :
PULSE ER en PIM Sef pages yt + ae ‘# Thanks making investigations. commentary on their actions, d
Harold Nurse of Wharton's Gap, bear + perhamed on an instructor only $2.31 per yard. $3.88 per yar
FTE Ala bi SETE TAL coe cca her we ek »” 34 : . St. hael, reported the loss of @ e back, :
CURRANTS «+++. sserpess er in . epee Di ars tate Ry Sac hen his tailor shop at Ste- Judge of Observation ‘ — Al li in—
vote of thanks to end that part of ; roe Vil A don Tra rt offictal said: so new lines in
RATION Sl cir le Cg eg RI Re rere tak See ay iy +46 @lthe celebration. phenson’s Road, Carrington - __A London Transpo official sai bain thn db d Li ac ;
It continued in the Park with lage, on Sunday onis {thinking aloud’ helps the Ladies Scarves, Handbags and Lingerie
Crawfords Almond SCOTCH SHORTBREAD ..per tin 1.25 dancing, cricket, boxing, plenty on ehieediis det ooed as oo. teens , 4
i 2 sale to eat and drink, and the local UT Of Sete emer For men we stock the famous rand an
ee er ae ee eee oe siaa pote on tt gr ete AER Peel Oe “ i apparatus b “John White” Shoes and we carry the widest a a 4
ping-ponging people’s feet into t at about 9.40 : : oer a * .
Crawfords Tartan SHORTBREAD Sha 5 be ee 1.17 movement, More children than oa va we is oe ae overcomes the difficulty in bu: selection in town.



l-Ib pkgs 62 grown-ups made dizzy turns on Musta Crichlow at Murrell’s Road, os ie a ae
ye pkgs. 7 the merry go round, and more Carrington Village, St. Michael, 2 si apar' — ne | hil ‘ f
er tin 40 grown-ups than children lost and and destroyed a portion of the Drivers ee ae ‘hie —
very : won in the Bingo stalls roof and partition thoughts on every hae gary a * :
% Dancer Madame de Fleur, ani The house is boarded and and notice—from ¢ ce ae =p BROAD STREET
x Calypsonians, the Mighty Charmer, shingled and not insured. The and braking to seeing re ec — | —_—_
% {Small Island Pride, and Lord Fire Brigade were quick to arrive of oncoming traffic in corner-s 10p |
* Coffee put on a torrid concert in on the scene and the fire was soon windows at busy jun “Ts a ee
% 'the steel shed late in the evening put out 4.E.8 Y







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PAGE SIX

Home
Sweet
Home

By DON TAYLOR



FROM a!! over the Empire, the
Speaker of Dominion Parlia-
ments and Colonial Legislative

Councils are converging on Lon-
don.

This month these distinguished
visitors will be guests of honour
when the new House of Commons
Chamber is opened.

Remember those dark and
dangerous days, way back in 1941,
when our fortunes seemed at the
lowest ebb? Greece was being
overrun. We were being ham-
mered in the Western Desert.
Iraq was aflame.

Their Gifts

It seemed the crowning blow
when, on the night of May 10,
a German bomb destroyed the
very meeting place of the House
of Commons itself

The opening of the new
Chamber is rightly an Empire
oecasion. From every single coun-
try of the Empire have come gifts
—doors, chairs, tables, inkpot
Stands, and the like.

In the Prime Minister’s confer-
ence table there is a piece of wood
from every part of the Empire

It is fitting that it shou'd be so—
for to all these countries has
Spread the British system of gov-
ernment .

437 Seats

In the new Chamber twin
sources of countless parliamentary
jokes will disappear. For ampli-
fiers will do away with the
inaud ble, speaker, and air con-
ditioning will keep drowsy mem-
bers © ake.

The foor dimensions are the
sume as before, but the Chamber
is better proportioned.

There eve still not enough seats
for all M.*s—only 437. But there
is roon “for 326 “strangers”—and

161 reporters.
€hurchill Arch

One mere significant toueh—fire-
damaged stones from the old
building*are used in the entrance
from the Commons lobby. And
it is called the Churchill Arch.

“Hone. Sweet Home’. Mr.
Churchill has always called the
Chambé? during the long absence

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MR. AND MRS. J. VAN PATTEN—were intransit to Strifiam by
the Bonaire on Tuesday.

Surinam Settlers
A Bad Selection

Mr. J. VAN PATTEN, Com
missioner of Nickerie, Surniam,

C.C. Disappointed
Not Consulted On
Public Holiday

accompanied by his wife and

two children was an_intransit ‘he ; . :

passenger for Surinam on the .,L0¢ Chamber of Commerce is

Bonaire. disappointed that Government
Mr. Van Patten expressed the did not consult them in making

view that the failure of the Bar- Tuesday a public holiday.

bados settlement in Surinam might The Council held a meeting on

have been due to insufficient care Friday and decided to write Gov-

in selecting the settlers, ernment expressing their feelings
——— on the matter.

The letter was sent to the
Colonial Secretary by the Cham-
ber’s Secretary and reads:

Sir:—I am instructed by the
Council of the Chamber of Com-
meree to write you on the subject
of the pubiic holiday proclaimed
by His Excellency the Governor
for Tuesday, October third,

Commerce
Council Will
Grant Leave

TO MEMBERS OF THE
CHAMEER

My Council wish to state that
the Chamber of Commerce is a

BARBADOS ADVOCATE

| Venezuelans
Want
Interpreters

YOU have a paradise for
island and you do not know
Mr. Julio Martinez, “prominen
tourist businessman of Venezuela,
told the members of the Chamber
of Commerce when they held a

{Special General Meeting vester-

day.

The people of Venezuela re-
member the beauty of the island
and like to come here, he said.
but there are a few things which
need looking after in order to
keep up their interest and en-
courage them to come,

Mr. Martinez listed these as
clean beaches and interpreters to
help the Venezuelans at the air-
port and in the stores

He said that he was one cf a
Commission to work tourism i:
Venezuela. He had now come to
Barbados and bélieved that he
was one of the biggest pushers
of the effort to make the island
of real tourist interest to Venezue-
lans. A big fevenue could be se-
cured from that source

$33 Per Day
Aviation had afforded a won-
derful opportunity for Barbadians

to do big business with the
Venezuelans. The cost of living
was high in Venezuela and to give
an example, an individual at a
summer resort there would hav

to pay thirty-three dollars per
day for three meals and a sleep
“We are big Scotch drinkers too
and when we find a double drink
for a comparatively few cents,
we say “Paradise beach is this
island.”

The Venezuelans could spend x
great deal of money here because
the articles were very cheap in
comparison with what they cost in
Venezuela.

The Venexuelans care to th
island to enjoy themselves and j
thought it was only fitting, that
to encourage them to come io

responsible oyganised body and, this beautiful island, hotel owne:

through its membership is repre-|should undertake ‘to have the
THE Chamber of Commerce at sentative of the majority of com-| beaches cleaned of sea egg shells

a Special General Meeting yester- mercial interests in Bridgetown
day, agreed to a proposal irom the They feel that they are competent
Council of the Chamber that the to express the views of the com-
Council should have the power to mercial body and they are willing

People who had to do with tha
Sale of merchandise should also
interest themselves in this

He thought too that some in-

grant leave of absence to members to assist Government in all mat-|terpreter should be kept at the
of its body for any period not ters of interest to the business prbest to help the Venezuelans

exceeding six months, and to ap- community:
point a member of the Chamber ei
to act for any member who ma The matter of proclaiming an

o be understood and that this
should also be done in the stores.



Georgetown |
Merchant Dies

(From Our Own Correspondent)
GEORGETOWN, B. G.
The Hon’ble Cramat Ally Me
Doom, 60 years old, died on y

it St. Joseph’s Mercy Hospital.

A merchant, landed proprietor,
cattle rancher and rice farmer, he
acquired a large area of East Bank,
Demerara and laid out McDoom
Village,

He was a delegate on the B, G.
Colonisation Deputation to India’
in 1924. He visited Trinidad and
other islands with rice delegations
from B. G.

He was nominated a member ot
the Legislature in 1947,

McDoom was a member of the
Council of the Rice Producers Asso-
ciation and Rice Marketing Board
and took active interest in activ
ities of thesé bod@ies as well as in
East Indian and Islamic Associa-
tions.



$2,500,000 Textile
Mill For Arima

From Our Own Correspondent
PORT-OF-SPAIN.

Machinery to the value of
$2,500,000 for the erection of the
textile mill at Arima, wil] ar-
rive next from the United States
of America, Mr. J. M. Safie, di-
reetor of Safie Bros. Textile
Corporation of the United States
of America, who are setting up
the textile mill in Trinidad, is
due to arrive in the island in five
weeks’ time to examine the
progress of the work. Twenty-
five acres of land belonging to
the Arima Borough Council and
15 acres of adjoining Crown
Lands has been cleared, for this
project. '



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market “to stay”. The beer. pro-
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be granted leave of absence for #@ditional public holiday is one
ene month or more, of interest to the commercial body
This now forms the second 28d therefore my Council feel
paragraph of Rule 21 of the Rules ‘hut before a final decision was
of the Chamber. made that they should have been
The Council had consiciered this CCMSulted or at least advised

from it. “ULES.







: a ee necessary in view of the fact that ree Mitel ee in a

F f sometimes quite a few member; Tesolution passed at the recent
Mr; Joha Thorne would be on leave, ‘Thi venie une of the Reor peri oO ki Ik i Wise Morsers advise their
{HE death of Mr. John Thorne, there had been about six out af lettin ¢ athe ease = Une Gets skin rea y Clean daughters to take Paradol, and
ae ae cs . » the island at the same time euostiptt sais Whew) 1 Gren ean ciie thus save needless suffering due to

md s residence “Grey ; roca ih Sree
ox a. a tn an umes Mr. W. H Grannum made a Pog the report of which was sent , Qe Banishes perspiration odour péfiodic pising, Scientifically. com-
Oetoder 1, at the ripe age of 91 motion to the effect that no mem- '° You © Leaves body sweet and dainty | pounded from 4 ingredients, Paradol
ye Yr Joh; Thorne, to those who ber who had served on the Coun- My Council are disappointes lather that | helps relieve pain quickly--with no

Odex makes a deep c

were privileged to know him as “il before should be allowed to that Government has seen fit to is mild and gentle for face, hands and

disagreeable after-effects. Excellent
such, was no ordinary individual, serve during the sixth-month ignore the Chamber of Commerce

for headaches, too. The name “Dr.






; ; es daily S. is i family use,
but rather a man of deep learn— period proposed. He thought it in deciding a matter of importance aily baths. Odex is idea for = Chase" is your asstrance. 23
ing, keen observation and strong Would be a good Opportunity to to the business community. DR. CHASE’S
personal views on most subjects. ew a young man s gain some [| am further instructed to ad- ° ; Om .
An admirable feature of the man experience in serving on the vise that the decision to proclaim So WITH DELICIOUS; NOURI IN 5,
y ' Was, that he could differ most des Council. a holiday on the day following a PARAD i. . a

, perately with one on any subject, Mr. A. E. Taylor Seconded the Monday which is already a holiday
- whether of personal intefest or proposal but it was defeated when with only one day's notice is an
current topics, but however sharp the Acting President Hon. V. C unfortunate one. It has caused

may have been the clash of opin~ Gale gave the casting vote against serious inconvenience to baker-

ion or bitter the argument, such it. The voting had resulted in a ies, distributors of foodstuffs, both

was his culture and broadness of tie, five for and five against. wholesale and retail, shopkeepers

mind, that he was ever able to On the suggestion of Mr, A. FE. in the country districts, shipping
respect the ye view, and in- Taylor, the Chamber decided to companies and a number of minor
variably a friendship was either ask the person in charge at the industries. Wé have also been led

made or strengthened. John Airport to place the lists of ar- to understand that many branches |
Thorne. was educated at Lodge rivals on the building where they of labour, particularly in the |



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funeral’ took place the following
morning from his late residence,
from whence his last mortal re-
mains were borne by his col-
leagues both in the business com-
munity, amone his actual line of
business and friends, The funeral
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to mourn their loss a widow and
seven children to whom we extend
our sympathy in their bereave-
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THE House of Assembly passe) 50,His Excelleney the Govern-—
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FIRST TO STEP ASHORE McPherson

re
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Jamaica
At Opening Of
T'dad’s Legislature
(From Our ,Own Correspondent)
KINGSTON, Jca. Oct. 3
The Jamaica House of Repre-

sentatives Wey seein J. A.
McPherson ex-MiniSter of Educa-
tion in the Igst Labour Govern-
ment to represent them at the
inaugural session of Trinidad’s
new Legislature on October 20 in
place of the Hon. C. C. Campbell,
Speaker, away in Britain attend-
ing the formal opening’ of thé’new
House of Commons, s

The Legislative Council will
be represented by the President
The P.N.P} member Wills Isaacs
questioned the sending of an offi-
cial representative trom Jamaica
to Trinidad when on the occasion
of the inauguration of Jamaica's
| Legislature, no West Indian repre-
sentatives attended from other
islands
Jamaica's Imperial Association
has decided to donate £675 to the
West Indies University College
for bursaries to deserving stu-
dents.

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Demands Job:
Strikes Manager

From Our Own Correspondent
PORT-OF-SPAIN.
A man made his way into the
office of Mr. Donald Gibson, Gen-
eral Manager of the Trinidac
and Tobago Electricity Board,
and demanded a job. His demand
. was refused. He is alleged to
have struck Mr. Gibson. Many ot
the clerks in the ~ office fled
panic-striken in search of cover.
The intruder was under the
influence of liquor, and the staff
remembering the recent shooting
incident at the British West
‘ Indian Airways, took no chances
i in making their escape. The man
” ial attempted to make his get away
i Bivins when he was tripped by one of
nztietaeen Ad ; y be ees ote Sannenee A
5 DRESS OF WELCOME pr. erce fight followed.

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Shoes Cost
Boy His Life

(F Our Own Correspondent
GEORGETOWN

FOURTEEN-year. old Oswald
Woodcock was drowned in the
Demerara River yesterday morn-
ing in a vain attempt to recover
his yachting shoes which fell into
the river, His younger brother (13)
Winston, was fortunately rescued
by a fisherman.

The two brothers went on a
visit to a cousin who lived near
the Fish Kokeér, and when they
left the cousin’s home it was too
lete for school so they decided to
go down to the Fish wharf to
relax

When they were ready to leave,
Oswald who had taken off his
shoes, aceidentally toucheq them
with his hands, ang they fell
into the river. Both brothers
jumped after the shoes. Winston
is reported to have recovered
them, but in the meanwhile a
strong current carried .Oswald
away. Winston made a gallant at-
tempt to save his brother, but he
had to hold on toa pile in the
river to save himself, and shouted
for help.

A fisherman nearby went to
their aid, but Oswald had disap-
peared. Winston was taken.off the
pile and brought ashore. The
River police were called out and
carried’ out a search for Oswald's
body.

Faith-Healer laeres
For New York

(From Our Own Corresporm en
PORT-OF-SPAIN, T’dad

Rev. Harvey McAllister, Cana-
dian born Faith-healer, visiting
Trinidad at’ the moment, again
drew a tremendous crowd at the
Penticostal Church, in Woodbrook,
Port-of-Spain, last night. This
was a farewell service in which
he prayed for everyone, as it was
impossible to do so individually.
The large congregation in and out-
side of the Church Were told that
a fund was being raised in order
to bring the Reverend back to
Trinidad. They immediately sub-
scribed freely, and it is believed
that the amount ran into thous-
ands.

At the conclusion of a general
prayer, the “sick and maimed”
went to the platform where the
Reverend administered the min-
istry of ‘laying the hand’. Mean-
while, there was a_ tremendous
shouting and applauding outside
when the crippled threw their
crutches away and walked. Mr.
McAllister left for New York this
morning, after performing similar
healing work in Grenada.

3 Dead In Rio

De Janeiro
RIO DE JANEIRO,

Three more deaths were re-
ported this morning as the result
of disturbances during yester-
day’# elections.

Shooting broke out in the
towns of Campos, Milacema apd
Sao Pedro Da Aldeia in the



State of Rio De Janeiro between
_Pro-Government and Opposition
groups.

In Campos the deputy sheriff
was shot dead while endeavour-
ing to restore order and two local
politica} chief of the Opposition
were killed. —Reuter.

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E a = a “ 4 ils a a " . [J SSSI FFS,
qt A S SIFIE D PUHLIC SALES | PUBLIC SALES Lost WANTED | BP WISE ADVERTISE | ee
i 4 BD Van f D OF ‘ E t ¢
ELEPH AUCTION ‘ SUPERB! i
i. T ONE 2508 < ie picks, Seek LABADOR PUPPY—Black with whe} —_ ° SS pale i
fete eibipicavanibbes-vebesalinnil aoe ; i ve ave ba Wamu we Call Tall : “STATE paws, and a smali bare spbt on his back EL - i
THANKS torseh his hodschadd ‘Pusvtiure at Mab H. G. Massiah, Murton Lodge, Collymore FOR YOUR INSURANCE 1 hey ¢a \
PUBLIC NOTICES | ce2 tere Tureay, 5m cay Oe. Rock $.19,80—2n. | GIRL — For Bookkeeping at one of the|f] NEZDS —— SONBULT 1 ow :
We the undersigned beg through this tober 1950 at 12, o'logk consisting pf | bslan's ieoding Chabs) Apply in ovr ANDREW D. SHEPPARD | |) § ®® NFW GAs COoKRRS
medium to express our gratitude to all Upright Sitting Chairs, Rockers, Sectee | “G@ >. Babdiele cee? aaC@nsinetcn | eve ee ee Series F.]ing to B.C. C/o Advocate Advtg. Office. | Representi i hey are just right :
those relatives and friends wh» attended Couch, Night Chair, Centre Tabies: Alu New TRoRd. Fontabetie, Wits Suites con- fee eee, ines tuck Sane > 1 ,10,80—1n. | Confederation Life Associatl } :
ihe funeral, sent. wreaths, cards, and in NOTICE in Mahageny. Larder. Wagon, Wagn| tains 1 Closed Gallery, 1 Drawing and | ,7Dn Sealy, Gio Dept. of Mignmes | ——~ — ecemeeeneemeene— Go F. B. ARMSTRONG L™>.. ) . TH iE THAT PREFERS
tot Cant satin axpremed. aq sapetny an Stands, "Single ant "Double Badsteds,| Dining Room, 2 Bedrooms, Kitchenette, |S, .2°esPort, Work Shop, Fairchild] QUALIFIED SHIRT MAKERS. Apply aerowr sansanos, |) Se eest
: our Tecent ‘bereavement occasioned BY| Applications for the Post of Parochial | Diniy ‘Mantle ‘Radio Table: Large Pine| Toilet and Bath. 6,200 sq. ft. of jana: | Street 5.10.50—In. | Reliance Shirt Factory Tel. e340 |.) OXF ONLY Leer
‘ A eee eet Bictert © and: Tid coke ee a ee Dining Table, Brass hanging Oil Lamgs,| Poe gecesi the yard also a Garage | o SWEEPSTAKE TICKET BOOK. — 2.0 ,
a , S me not Mater than . . ’ . Sert . ;
(Sons). 8.10.50.—In. Sctunday" Wh October Toad.” Abpiicants ODONALD DANuia, | Dial e412 5.10.50~)0. | "Sturn same to Dougie Harper, Spa MISCELLANEOUS ~
: a n ertificate, eal . : in | Bid, «St. Joseph 50—3n eid — “1 .
4 IN MEMORIAM Certificate, and Testimonials, and have a P2902) .] EW. BUNGALOW Buh ot BCE “4 =) |] Woules immediately. One Lady's COOK BOOKS Lb» Eliz. Cralg
seneral knowledge of Bookkeeping. . — Series WINTER COAT and GLOVES. hone also

8 ‘AKE TICKETS
IN loving memory of our decor be- Applicant must reside =| UNDER THE IVORY HAMMER Sanding an 8000 ca th wall pnetpeed | 2.0%, G.S0 ano 807s, MSs. A
7 ; y 3732. inder

the 5.10 ,.50-—an
IRENE PERKINS who de- eases One Lee pasaeces 3. Bee Situated at Worthing, near Golf Club. | yay) return same to i

BIRTHDAY BOOKS



leved sister





‘ parted this life on Oct. the 2nd, 192. ]¥P duties on the 25th of ’ BY received anply: Norma * . Bush Hall,
im A faithful sister a faithful friend All mppurstuns to_be sent to— Sth >. ee e For cl a aeat Py tame + | Michael, ” cse—in, ty, i "i
+ eo eres. cena eoona ~ D. GARNER Esqr., M.C.P, “ee eo =. are diel $105, on ; .—DIAl. 3301—High Street
4 Every day in some sweet way Marchfield, St. Philip. Senoel (1) Chattel ‘hee Xo win N99. 80—Hin. | ‘AKE TICKET — Series J. eneliiing and"
Her beautiful memory ¢omes our way 30.9.50—5n. 1 x 7 and kitchen 8 x 7. are ‘The. undersianed will set Up dor anle | Coe: r =, return same to emeouied
io ee ee Cash. isin Office, No. 17 High Street. AS er ? GOODING — Tel,
o words repay idgetown, on Friday the 13th day of 6.1000,—In. 19.9.80.-—16n.

What we lost 8 years today. OTI
Mrs, May Weeks Louise, Maud N' 3 CE _o Com

: stained ieoneenenpiomanpnnentniniadaentermas Messuage or Dwellinghouse stand-

Phillips sister) Tyrone Grandson) Applications for one or more vacant nS ing on_ 1,373

Mrs. May Prescod (friend). x St. Michael’s Vestry Exhibitions at the REAL ESTATE . . | Upper Roebuck Street, ioe Gan.
5.10'50—In.}| St. Michael's Girls’ School, will be vian Chapel.

neers | received by the Clerk of the Vestry up Inspection on application to Mr.

IN Loving Memory of my Loving to 4 o'clock p.m. on Friday 13th. Octo- ai? sont See we ~
; any day ‘except Sunday. ‘|ROYAL NETHERLANDS



For Hardware of every Description
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The midnight stars shine on the grave| ——————-———————_________—— | mission Very Attractive. Payments Made signed by me ANTWERP AND AMSTERDAM

Signed EVANS m.s. “Willemstad” Sept. 19th.
" WANS, BLCOCK | mis. “Oranjestad” Oct. ‘17th,

Bush Road, (Limited passenger accommodation
eae available on this vessel).

Of one we loved but could not save
Someday, somewhere, we hope to see
The face we keep in memory.

NOTICE within 48 hours after Sales, Satisfaction,
grees Deals and Payments Guaranteed
His loving wife and daughters. Re Estate of

Bargains Await You! Grasp Them!’

Just Imagine—a Spacious 3 Bedroom

10. SHEPHERD.
5.10.50—1n JAMES . Cottage, Good Condition, Modern Con-
veniences, Open Front Concrete Gallery,) “|

IN ever loving memory of our dear| NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that alll Suacious Yard enclosed wi The public hereb; rned
\ n rs x" are her
Son and Brother CECIL W. ALLEYN#| Persons having any debt or claim against| Fine View, Vacant, at See ean! giving credit to my wite ELEANOR

Husband HERBERT STUART who died| ber 1950. .
. on Ooteibar 4th, 1860. ws a Fg be the ao a or ‘Cuthbert Thorne, Pasture Road, a ee ore pple anager THE CENTRAL EMPORIUM
: That leads me to his grave and must not be less than eight (4) nor y 30.9. 50-—6f. | COTTLE CATFORD & CO STEAMSHIP CO. The M.V. “Caribbee" wil
‘ elle are . “eu, | more Wank See ee NRG , SAILING PRO ak eee =e ai . XENTRAL FO x yon ors
: But whom I could ot ae ee the 3st July, 1951, to te nn b: = BE WISE! DON'T .BE CAU Ls A a ee a = cor if Geuee a1 i rete cao '
5 At night when all is silent Baptismal Certificate y NAPPING! Save hundreds and Very ROTTERDAM AND Dominica, Antigua, Montserrat. + o an Tudor > 5
3 which must accom-| Often thousands of Doll P 8.8. “Hersilia’ Sept. 29th: 30th. Oct. Nevis and St Kitts Sailing
5 And sleep forsakés my eyes peny the an so) ars. Economy 8} PERSONAL . g i. . Friday 6th ) Sa
2 at inpnents are on the lonely grave, fed of will be noti- ; sane ene et on on —o . ! yor ,
e here my e lies. e tim z .
: Soe my e when and the place|de Abreu, a Trained and Experienced
&
j ry ORDER, — . ” ELCOCK

IN lov . ; by_ Treaty. No Sale or Sole Rights (nee Lynch) as I do not hol p

' anole tale IIS one teak so once cent, oF GicREDMAN,,.. | Demanded” Notning Sold or Secured tr] "N*M, nesbonable for her or Tanvone| Ria, “Bonaire” Oct. dra.
: tu » St. . fothing to ra Genuine Con- ng any debt or debts ‘ ¥
My tne 2nd, 1620. 1.10.50--7n | nections abroad and in the B-W 1.) Com.| â„¢Y name unless by a written order | SAMANG TO MADEIRA, PLYMOUTH,

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AGENTS





LIQUID PARAFFIN SYRUP OF FIGS.
and
RUSKS—Baby’s First Solid Food

Also a variety of CIGARS

as la the Estate i
who ay o.oo gnome | it et Bandta eet ions aaii| Man Aas eine, Pr, Woe, et | Sot vat Teale it hae’, "a : : ;
An si dena, | HEMEL, wap Sn, thine on he | Neg “Beton Yeas Mise] avons eke amet, Sy net adian National Steamships
rn r = some sweet way, oe ob aaa ee gate $45.00 p.m. each, at Navy ‘Gardens, debts in my name unless by a written
Kin Cars Le, fe eee oe clalms duly attested to me the. under- wee vocotene, (Seose ane oo, eae order Sea NEWTON BERESFORD
: ae aa teats aaa , Eustace oing for Under £1,850 and ne 4Sbove
What ave, ave owt tw, Year> (O-day. | qualided! “A@minkstrator | of
THE ALLEYNE FAMILY. bake on or before the 30th day of| }2 inch Stonewall Bungalow in an Area
$.10.50—1n. lovember 1950, as after that date 1} With Doctors, Near City, Vacant, Going
shall proceed to distribute the assets of} for Under £2,500.; An Ideal and Almost

ri rT | the deceased among the New 3 Bedroom 12 ft Ne tad
In loving memory of THEOPHILUS] thereto having regard = a Bungalow at Brighton Near each. The public are hereby warned against

DUDLEY SEALY, who passed away on| claims of whi only ing cred S01
. - 3 ch I shall then ver 18,000 sq. ft., Yields $40.00 p.m,.| lv credit to any person or persons
OTD ites 1940 he _ | notice and that I will not be Table oa Going for Under £2,450.; A 3 Bedroom whomsoever in my name as I do not
He lives yet in the hearts of those] assets so distributed or any part thereof | Cottage by Bank Hall Main Ra.; Spacious Old myself responsible for ansaue Tone
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SOUTHBOUND Sails Sails * Sails Arrives Sails
£2,.500.; A Desirabie 2 Bedroom (i acge) GIBBONS, Montreal Halifax Boston Garbados Barbados
Glebe Land, Station Hill

St. Michaei. |CANADIAN CHALLENGER . 27 Sept. 530 Sept. 10 Oct 10 Oe.
5.10.50—2n. | LADY RODNEY aN °

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13 Oct. 16 Oct 16 Oct 27 Oct. 28 Oct.
23 Oct. 27 Oct. 7 Nov i Nov,
1 Nov. 4 Nov. 6 Nov 18 Nov 16 Nov



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ne . “Daerwood wi ace
alee ameriee cere eee Loving es Seer ee Oe Dee Auctioneer, Real Estate Broker & Valuer rx m.s, “Bonaire” September 15th soe ho s passengers es x ”
® " . pli ann . blic are hereb: ' St wucia, St Jineent, Grenada
5.10.50—In. | from the Vestry Clerk's ‘Office. Sell your Household Furniture, Cars} i. e pe ereby warned against | SAILING TO TRINIDAD, PARAMARIBO na Aruba Sail Thurstay
BY Etc., at Auction, and (your Properties] &!Ving credit to my wife DULCINA DEMERARA, ETC. ox rN a = Sailing ursyJay
B.W.L, Schooner Owners
Asso, (Inc).
Tel. No, 4047
SMO so 8. P. MUSSON, SO)
10. in - oe N, SON & CO. LTD. =—_—_—:-.. er
ae —= BYMIN AMARA _ HALIBORANGE



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Apply to the Manager Drax Hall plan-
tation. 28.9.50—n.







SHIRTS Ready-Made and made to
measure. Shirts ordered can be deli-
vered within 3 hours. Fit and quality
fully guaranteed. Reliance Store, High!
St. 29.9.50—T7n. |

OINTMENT—We have in stock “Hex-
all Eczema Ointment” which is a good
remedy for Eczemas, Skin Eruptions,





on a private road called Nelson Road,
and on another private road called
Ventnor Road together with the mes-
suage or Dwelling Houge thereon catled
Radcourt” Buildings, &c., appraised as
follows:—The whole property appraised
to THREE THOUSAND AND FIFTY
POUNDS (£3,050.0.0.) Attached from
WHEYMAN ARNETT GRIFFITH for
and towards satisfaction &c.

N.B.—25% Deposit to be paid on day
of purchase.

the hands of the Director of Education by Saturday. 7th October,
1950.

27th September, 1950. 29.9.’50—3n.



Vacant Post of Assistant Veterinary Officer, Department
of Science and Agriculture, Barbados.
APPLICATIONS are invited for the post of Assistant Veterinary








Vessel





OUTWARD FROM THE UNITED KINGDOM

S.S. “SITHONIA” .. .. London

he teft behind to any person or tracting any debt or debts in name
The Sealy Family. ate ght or claim T Sughd ee ert are Bim x Wome Re 4 or unless by a written order signed by me. Barbados Barbados Boston Halifax Montreal st, Joho PAA SSS
5.10.60—In, Inotice ‘and all ‘persons indebted to the| Cottage at Worthing Main Ré., Right Signed KENNETH O'DONNELL BLUNT, | | oy NELSON tok. eo ‘a the ‘ |
. re requested to settle their] of Way to Sea, Spacious Yard, Yields Ja s : 10 Oct. 9 Oct. 20 Oct. 24 Oct | \ r . 1
FOR SALE ageounts with me without delay. $40.00 p.m., Going for Under £1,800.; St. A. Y RODNEY .. 9 Nov. 11 Nov. 20 Nov. = e 2: Nov. | () AL T Hd VE PERS
apitied this 4th day of September, | One ay. at ene peat) Com- §.10.50~—2n Y NEISON .. 28 Nov. 30 Nov, 9 Dec. — o 16 Dee | } = j wk
# mercia rea, Going for nder 14 cts. }
AUTOMOTIVE BM SHILSTONE, — | per sq. iL. 'G Me for Almost anything | WEETABIX—-BRIDAL ICING SUGAR—NESPRAY, 5 1b. Tins
— ————-~ | Qualified Administrator of the Esti os Havel aeaee—-50 pe a :
CAR — Hillman Minx October 194! e Estate of} Good and Attractive Buys with Assured 0 - oa ne ACH a
Ee Sn aaeeabtoith James Shepherd, deceaned. Soke Values —t Specialise in and Offer esults Of B.C.L. Drawin N.B.—Subject to change without notice. 4/) vessels fitted with cold storage cham COCKTAIL SAVOURY—JACOBS CREAM CRACKERS
Sok as Nae Oe aes ont tn] encanta Mency or Lannge) pire "ete cnidnignt "(Labour Sey) en ene oe ee appiieation to — CHIVERS CUSTARD POWDER—-CLUB CHEESE BISCUITS
* place at mi ight (Labour vy) in
Friday 6th at 2.30 p.m. JOHN M. BLA- NOTIC *E Prices—No High Pressure Methods. It ' “ - dase ‘ ee “ ts
DON — Auctioneer. Re Estat Fee NO, iecAire to Deel with Ween! Tue htc bclatioe Betas ot sh cigtiare GARDINER AUSTIN & CO., LTD. — Agents. |) TOMATO SAUCE—HEINZ MALT VINEGAR—LUNCHEON
1.10,50—gn. GORDON ee Buyers. A Tip to Sensible Buyers—The| won by Joseph Bellamy of Black Rock \ NB nN : cy E
a CEN ond Game Senseless may Follow—Contact all Agents} and sold by N. Watts of Shell ©.C —————— —— ied BEEF WITH CEREAL — PINEAPPLE JUICE OLIVE
SECOND HAND CARS, TRUCKS and NOTICE is here’ wi —Recognized, Private and ‘ayside,! No, 1595 Consolation Prize of five dolgts ‘
PICK-UPS. Value for money. Marshall} persons avin, by given that all] Compare Properties, Quotations (maybe}] won by Martin Franklin of Yrall ° DESSERT PRUNES — KRAFT FISH SUPREME GEORGE
& Edwards Garage, 48 Roebuck Street | or agrecti g any debt or claim upon] Quotations for some of the said Pro es!rold by W. Cheeseman of the China
30,9.60--Sa. | Sonemccung the cate (of | Gordon! shown), Values, reSale Values—if any.{ Doll Restaurant 0. PAYNE'S COCOA-—LIPTON'S TEA
in this Island on the.Sth day ot May ei reeks, Ree. Woe ee ak No. 3187 drew the third Consolation aos eae .
= > is id
ELECTRICAL 1960, are hereby required to send in} Keen and True Friends, Dial 3i11— gine Be ie ine saarcled Bhat, 00 RIDGWAY COFFEE 1lb. - TINS
nr ot car aniny Sere ane canaaian |fattamtad to Vinee eee, ey pees — ae soe Bough”, counterfoil has been received for this 4 2
= i 7 \s * — . o
ets legge rt phn Mecha Bs ues, ute = poe Tien Fer My Sign a a” Sg ae mt ol pa ecnar NEW ORLEANS BER VICE JOHN D. TAYLOR & SONS LTD.
automatic spinrinse. is ie —_— ee 5
never been used. Owner leaving Colony oo eee the 15th day of lovember| ENTERPRISE HOUSE and out build- ee ~~ oes. Ss flier Bros. Tudor eal": ie
Contact W. B, Hutchinson & Co. Dial| (* attsteute Tae } proceed] ings standing on 1% acres of land in Holders of Tickets No. 81 and No, 1595 OOD SEEPS POSE PLEVEN
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Futermediate:









Four Junior
Games Won On
First Innings

got MPC Wanderers, Empire
and Pickwick each claimed a
Waree points victory. over the
Caple & Wireless, Spartan, Men-
tal Hospital ang Windwara when
the fourth round of Intermedijave
Cricket .ended at the . various
greunds last’ Saturday

Rain had prevented play on the
second Saturday of the matches
and time did notallow for any
outright victories last Saturday

Pickwick made the nearest bia
for victory in their maten against
Windward. They scojej ‘78 for
the loss of nine wickets, declared
in reply to Windwara’s 146 in
their jivst innings. After bowling
out Windward the second time for
88% runs, with only 21 more min
utes left for play, they were still
12 short of the required amount
fer victory, 57 at close of play

Narrow Margin

YÂ¥.M.P.C. took first innings lead
from Cable .& Wireless by the
narrow margin of 16 runs: They ¢Ticketers are on his left.
bowled them out for 121 Yruns ~
after they had put up 137
Â¥.M.-P.C., then went on to score

Table Tennis:
195 for the loss of 7 wickets, but

the piling up of runs then was B BEATS
only killing a dead horse, there’ e o ;
being no time left for Cable &*
Wireless to bat a second innings
Wanderers made 193 in their
first innings after they had bowled
out Spartan for 151. Spartan went British Guiana moved another
on to make 162 for the loss of step closer to the British Carib-
five wickets in their second in- bean Table Tennis Championship
nings. when they scored an eight—one
ropire sent up 205 runs on the victory over Barbados as the serivs
score board in answer to Mental continued on Saturday night at
Hospital's first innings total of Grant Hall, San Fernando,
134. Mental Hospital made 170 for The Guianese proved too much
the loss of 8 wickets in their for their opponents and won all
second innings their fixtures in two straight sets.
. Here are the details with B. %.
Five Wickets players first mentioned:
K. Branker, ¥,M.P C.’s googly — Monty Clarke won from N. Gill
bowler captured five Cable & 91-9, 96—~24.
Wireless wickets during his nine Len Brassington won from F
overs. Thirty three runs were Willoughby 21—15, 21—14.
made off his bowling. G. Wong won from H. Corbin
In. Wanderer’s first innings, B. 22—-20, 26—24.
Rolfe, M. I. Clarke and J. Mas-~ Monty Clarke beat A
siah gave their side a good hand 21-18, 21—18.
of 36, 51 and 34 respectively. Len Brassington lost to N. Gill
Clarke had a confident period 19—2), 18—21,
at the wicket after he went in Gerald Wong defeated Frank
at number four before he was Willoughby 21-18, 21—10.
bowled by fast bowler Medford Len Brassington beat H
Medford claimed the bowling. bin 21—16, 21—11.
honours of the day for Spartan’ M, Clarke beat F, Willoughby
when in just 14 overs 2 balls he 21—15, 21—14,
took six wickets. Gerald Wong won from N. Gill

Spartan’s S. Chase missed his 21-18, 22-20.
century by one run in the second Set Back
innings. He made 99 out of the Jamaica surfered their second
tota} 162 for the loss of 5 wickets. set back. in the series so far whe
V. Rice 36, V. Babb 38 and E. they went under to Trinidad Ly
Barrow 22, each did their part 10 three matches to five on Saturday
helping Empire to gain first in- night at Arima.
nings lead. Jamaicans were again out-class—
Going to the wicket three down ed but Bunny McLean upset Ron-
in the . Mental Hospital second nije Inniss, the Trinidad Singles
innings, C. Williams still had his champion in two — straight sets
wicket intact after a run-getting 21—12, 21—10.
Spell of 58. But the runs were a Mr, Hugh Inniss
little late, since Mental Hospital game.
could not save a first innings de* Details with Jamaica's players





Corbin

Cor-

opened the

feat then. mentioned first are: —
. The following are the variou B. McLean beat R. Inniss 21-12,
scoreboards: 21—10.

L. Estwick beat H, Griffith 2)
vm © WIRELESS
vane CABLE “tert whts) 15 15, 21—14,
Cae & Whelees, it D. O'Connor lost to R. Legull
$8—1st Inni {
CABLE @ WIRELESe—ist Inninee = 2118, 20-22, 19—21.

4 Kenzie) > Archer | as â„¢ B. McLean lost to R. Legall 13 The two other games were can-
» Mai ws iLbow.b t. Burke . i é
R. A. Lawless b I. Burke 5 gg 21, 1721, celled,
R. Croney ec sub b Branker 18
B, Gilkes c Burke b Archer 8
Cc. wevien b K, Branker 14
. Roberts > Re pranker * SPARTAN—2nd lonings Fail of wickets :—1—30, 2—37, 3-62
a Stanford stpd wkpr. b K. Branker 1 A. D, Gittens ¢ Atkinson b Massiah 10 4--42, 5-99, 6-09 7—100, 8—112
E. Branker not out , 7 ¥B. Thornton (stpd.) Lewin b Toppin 10
; Extras ' 4 8 Chase ¢ wkpr. b Toppin 99 BOWLING ANALYSIS
_... HH. A. Jemmot c Massiah b McBeth 0 oO M. R w
Total 121 ¥. Roberts not out 30 P. Wilkin Vos ee
come Medford b Clarke 7? 1. Harris 1 1 26 0
Fa)l of wickets: 1—4, 2-20, 3-80, 4— |) Extras 4 Cuttley a4 ine
ai ba —105," 2 Sealy 13 1. 68
66, 5—83, 6—85, 7—07, b—105, 9—121 Rohad ‘bas wales’: teas eee Bk ae
BOWLING AyaLyes ies . sprees 1 0 a $
. â„¢M, . inkson 2 0 2 )
1. Burke Win 4 ee MENTAL HOSPITAL vs, EMPIRE PICKWICK vs, WINDWARD
Be Greenidge 8 4 12 o Mental Hospital 184 & (for 8 wkts.) 170 Windward 460C«& ORB
Â¥. Branker Bs 66 Beanie 205 Pick wiok (for 9 decld.) 8
& Bpeoker + . Fe : : EMPIRE—ist Innings and (for 5 wkts,) 45
. ¥.M.P.C.—tnd Innings 9 anton eee 40 PICKWICK—Ist Inn nes
ls Greenidge © & b C. Lawless M1. y' Sea Pore 36 ‘es ‘
L, Burke ¢ Croney b Branker . anihy ate a int 18 A. E, Trotter run gut 23
C. MeKenale ¢ wkpr, b C. Lawless 0 » Barrow b Knight 22 f. Edwards ¢ Evelyn b Wilkie 8
K. Branker c Frost b Lawless |. . 4 e Qeskin b Knight 19 ~6P, R. C, Evelyn b A, Farmer 0
H. Webster c Branker b Lawless z Comey run out 6 B, Lewis ¢ N. Thornton b Wilkie 17
D. Porter stpd. wkpr. b Frost ”@ oo Babb ¢ wkpr. (Best) b Rock 38 = W. Yearwood 1.b.w, b Thornton 2 |
D. Greenidue Lb.w, b Lawless 9 “p verne ¢ Williams b Hope 12. R. A. Hoad not out 55
©. Edghill not out x kin b Carter 21 M. Foster ¢ Manning b R. Farmer 24 |
Extras , oN Sxeece b Knight 5 R, B, Clarke ec Thornton b R. Farmer = 3
E N. Sealy not out 4 W. Wells c H, Fu.mer b H. Farmer 25
Total (for 7 wits.) 195 Extras .. 14 O. Lashley ¢ & b R. Farmer 0
- Total “z —sCT. Peterkin not out 8
SPARTAN ys. WANDERERS aay 208 Extras 3
oe. 2 and (for 6 wkts,.) lat : Fall 98 ace te ar! yh 2-17, 3-110 Total (for 9 wkts.) 178
WANDERERS.-ist Innings is . ») T1607, B—177,

Ws wy e Cumberbateh b Camp BOWLING ANALYSIS :
1 :

READING THE

IN CARIB SERIES

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MR. J. W. B. CHENERY (second from left), reading the Address of
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BARBADOS ADVOCATE THURSDAY, OCTOBER 5, 1950










Yolande Pompey |
New Light-Heavy
Champ

PORT-OF-SPAIN, T’dad. |
A new light-heavyweight cham- |{
pion was crowned on Friday night |

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7am The News; 7.10 am. News} when Yolande Pompey, young | 4 venumy —
heriiyeis; 7.15 e. ~ > ae playful contender defeated the ({{ FROM TRAFALGAR STREET TO OUR NEW PREMISES

¢ Anal 12.15 p.m. Program: Par- | reigning West Indian champirn ci -

3 aot me 18 p =, Listeners’ Choloss many years decisively on points IN PINFOLD STREET

» l pm: Life) Britain 1 Pp mw. Radio at San Fernando.
Newsee!; '.:0 vn Ste aug Danicl, an ex-orphanage bey wiic ,
cena them, Bricals nib < o Sonne rose to be the unbeaten title- 2========
Heview; 2. pm. Ring up the Cur-Pholder over a decade, defeating |

Twenty Questions; 4

tain; 3.30 ps:
4.10 p.m. The daily
the

pom, The News
Service: 4.15 pm. The war of
Worlds; 4.45 pm. The Cathedral Or-
Listeners’ Choice; 5.15
p.m. Programme Parade; 5.30 p.m.
Country M. ine: 6 p.m. Music in
Miniature; 6.36 p,m. The Nature ot
the Universe: 7 p.m. The News; 7.10
p.m. News Analysis; 7.15 p.m. Why
be a Teacher; 7.45 p.m. The contem-
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Newsreel; 8.15 p.m. United Wations
Report 8.20 p.m. Composer o! the
Week 8.30 p.m. Mid Week Tak; 8.45
pm. Jobrny Paradise Orchestra; 9
e.m. Land and Livestock, 10 pm
The News; 10.10 p.m. From the Edi-
torials; 10.15 p.m. Have a Go 10 45
p.m. Stocktaking; 11 pm Close
Down

such boxers as Jamaica’s Syd}
Rrowii, Bubas Raoul Ochoa and |
other world recognised pugilists, |
fought gamely to avoid defeat but |
the determined challenger who!
had previously lost a decision ts |
Daniel fought from early in the
first round to gain the decision. }

Pompey’s success was. mainly
attributed to a first round straight
right which he unleased on the |
ageing orphan boy’s jaw having a |
telling effect from which Daniel
hardly recovered. The crowded |
hall booed and cheered jumping
unto the ring at the end of the 15
reunds when Daniel’s left eye was
completely closed.

This was the second meeting of
the pair, Daniel winning the first
on points.



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beginning Thursday, Ortober 5th, 1950, ’
| at the British Coungii, Wakefield. Team oming ,
AGE LIMIT: “16 to :
‘ , (Those still at school only accepted with sanction of Head~- Nov. 23rd.

L, Estwick lost to R. Inniss 20— master or Headmistress). We have this pretty cloth

22, 1921.

D. O'Connor lost to H. Griffith
21-23, 14-—21.

L. Estwick lost to R. Legall 14--
21, 19—21.

Trinidad defeated British Guiana
by five games to two in the British
Caribbean Table Tennis Champion-
ship Monday night

Level

Trinidad and Brit'sh Guiana are
now level in the series having
scored two victories each. Britisn
Guiana won from Jamaica and Per
bados, while Trinidad beat Jamai-
ca and British Guiana, If Trinidad
defeats Barbados, Trinidad would
be the West Indian champions,

Monty Clarke, Guianese chop
artist gained a convincing win over
Ralph Gomes, Trinidad “slam king’
in two best of three sets in the
most thrilling encounter of the
night. The Guianese gained re-
peated applause for the manner in
which he retrieved Gomes’ slam.

Gomes also fost his game to
Moore by default, Gomes after
dropping the first set, complained
of being unwell in the second set
when behind at 4—12 and the game
was stopped.

Following are the results (Trini-}
dad’s players names mentioned
first),

R. Legall beat M. Clarke 21—14,
21—17.

R. Gomes won from R. Barnwell
21—19, 21—17,

R. Inniss beat M, Moore 21—10,
21—13,

R. Gomes lost to M. Clarke 23---
21, 20—22, 15—21.

R. Legall defeated M, Mocre 21-~
13, 22—20,

R. Inniss won from A, Barnwell
23—21, 21—17.

R. Gomes lost to M. Moore 12-
21, 4—12. (discontinued.)



Fall of wickets: 1-31, 2—31, 3 31, 4--
52, 5-65, 6-108, 7-115, 8—164, 9-164,

A. Seale ¢ wkpr. (Gittens) b Medford 0 , tate
B. Rolfe ¢ sub b Medford M6 C. Knight ‘ tS is errr ee R. W
M. I. Clarke b Medford St. Hope 19. 2 4 2 H, Farmer ee
r& Atkins © sub b Medford 25° V. EB. Carter 93 1 a3 2 D. Wilkie 10 2 52 2
M. G. Mayers b MeComie 15 R. Rock 12 0 41 1 NH. V. Farmer 6 0 30 2
J. MeBeth L.b.w. b Roberts 18 RK. Chase 2 0 16 ©. N. ‘Thornton eS
4. B. Robinson not out 1 Farmer 4 0 4 3
J, Massiah ¢ sub b Medfor Br . -
i 1. Torpin.c sub b Bedford 0 MENTAL HOSPITAL—tnd Innings PIOKWIOK-—ene. Euninrs
Extras 22 y C. Boyee b Wilkin 4 -
. ‘ 8. C, Quintyne run out {4 A. E. Trotter c R. Fi er t F
Total 193 N. D. Burrowes run out 26 Farmer... a ce 22
os is ‘ aT os james not out +. 58 .E. Edwards c H. G, Fa er tb
on. 3 102, 8 ta % tes, o 5, 2 5%. 4 BR. G, Chase ¢ Babb b Skeete 10 Fariner Sao,
an, eee aL ae V. E, Carter 1.b.w. b Sealy O° R, Clarke b H. Farmer
i Oo. Br. R w R. Rock 1b.w. b Sealy ink » I © Lashley c H. G. Farmer b H
Mtédtord “sceote 2 C. Best Lb.w..b “ulfley i Farmer 0
.. Carapbeii aS i iC, Hope c Wilk_: b Sealy 10) =6W. Yearwood not out 2
Glee pbe} . : Z ) BBN. Batson b Wilkin : 14 N. Foster b Yearwood 2
Clarke 0 IC. Knight not out 13 BW. Wells not out a
eComic ib 1 wv 1 Extras 13 gE ‘
‘. Chase ? : M+ ‘ : xtras 2
oberts 3 1 16 1 . T eng “4
pg : : 1s Total 0 Total (for S wkts.) 48







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Tiarsday ew,
October 5
1950

FIRST RELIEF GO

. Ra a see owen |UN. Countries Send
e ae ceeg | 750 Tons Supplies
900,000 Blankets On Way

(By JULIAN BA $)
T. YO, Oct. 4.
"4 HE first United Nations shipi.ent of 750 tons of
relief supplies reached homeless citizens in
Seoul today. Six doctors, welfare officers and sani-
tary inspectors, advance guard of a larger group of ee
United Nations medical teams have also arrived in
the city. The United Nations Relief Team, will dis- |
tribute food, clothing, soap, fuel and blankets con- |

tributed to a common pool by the United Nations
countries,





LordLyle PraisesBusta’s|
“Private Enterprise”

Challenges Socialist
Policy For Colonies.

(From Our Own Correspondent) .

LONDON, Oct. 4.
LORD LYLE this afternoon gave me a personal

message for the West Indies replying to Mr.
Herbert Morrison’s sugar nationalisation threat
speech at the Labour Conference at Margate this
morning. i
“Mr. Morrison admits that so + is still on his nation-
alisation list,’ Lord Lyle saic. “i must assume therefore
that the contents of\‘Labour Believes in Britain’ still hold
good and that the threat exten!s to the producing com-

panies in Jamaica and elsewhere.
ae mena - “One moment the Socialist
\preach freedom and self-govern-

Record Rains Flood jmen for the colonies and the

ent tne nn





a a en A statement said that in Seoul
itself relief experts were faced by
Sark Holds destruction more. painstakingly

executed by the North Koreans



A

i: than was previously realised.
nex. they plan to control all their l El t Few public buildings ou
E Ki st :D basic industries from Whitehall. | _ st ection houses are not seriously dam-
. ing on: amage What a contrast is there between} *, ‘<< i ;
‘the Socialists and the Jamaica I 28 Y 1e model modern hospita
Estimated $125,000 Labeur Party headed by Mr. |, n ears has been completely robbed of
Busiamante. Their policy is’ in



(From Our Own Correspondent)
KINGSTON, Jamaica,
The heaviest October rains for

its equipment,
Nearly 500,000 blankets are
the way. With other reliet

direct contradiction to that of the SARK CHANNEL ISLAND,
planners at home.

Oct, 4, on

T s ; Lak Part nd Sark ane island iy the eed rs 8 ay a's Se Senne and
a Corporate area on Sunday he Jamaica Labour Party a coast of England with an almos plague wi e avoided.
threatened the ‘homés of Eastern|iheir manifesto welcome free mediaeval system of administra- For days Communists identified
Kingston residents causing panic|enterprise as the on'y means of tion, on Tuesday held its firstelec- [as troops of a newly formed
in mass removal. securng the prosperity of the

tion since 1922 and decided that] North Korean 17th division had
old Ways are best,

pinned marines down to advances

island. That policy is the right
one and must prevail”.




eee SP a the t e
Several householders and shop-

keepers lost their belongings as

JOHN GODDARD after the lunch at the Marine on Tuesday, tells

Morrison { Story of the Happy Tour.









of a few hun
Earlier to-day Mr. His father and Tim Tarilton, enjoy the joke. _With never a whisper about! poor weedeat Mae i.
flood-waters from adjacent gully|had said that cement, sugar and Sir Allan Coilymore, President of the Barbados Cricket Association, son pas rigs, i i or other burning port for United Nations ground
courses forced others to batten|jndustrial assurance had not been eet oes Rn ee eee tee a 7 ————— - ree see eaets 7 ~e ms forces
a paved fon Se wae T partament. “Rhee hunted “grat |y Bish, and Australian troops
Omnibus service was suspended programme. This information ven CRICKE ER G T ROY. L or ers twenty six electors virtually ig- are today mopping up a large
for three hours. Several motorists according to reports from Mar- U.S. Officials nored the campaign of the New tract of hills and walls extending
narrowly escaped with their lives| pate qu eted many of his critics ? 4



when cars stalled in the swollen

gully courses.

and brought him round after

round of applause—an indication

that Labour Party members are! F ear Guerilla |

strong in their “more nationalisa-

from the outskirts of Taegu to
northwest of Kumchon.

500 Massacred

Brigade, a new party which urged
the abolition of Sark’s feudal ad-
ministration and closer ties with
the British mainland

WELCOME IN TRINIDAD

lonore
A Team Of Giants—Rance 8





| s + South poresn meyines mopped
4 : n J up guerillas behin.

in the city in four hours, the tion” policy. | Strike all Only one New Brigade candi- Communists evacuated the ae
heaviest rain recordéd in October Red Arm date was elected, the other 11! least port of Mokpo yesterday. An
for the last 50 years and damage} Mr, Morrison added that ‘the iy (From Our Own Correspondent) seats going to traditionals y a

to the city is estimated at $125,000. | j,dustries he had mentioned were

who
rule of the
Sark Mrs.

PORT-OF-SPAIN, Oct. 4,

American Intelligence Officer said
The returning West Indian cricketers, Gomez, Pierre,

within the field of eligibility for Communists massacred 500 people

consideration “as were some other

VIENNA, Oct, 4,
The Communist-called general

approve the

present
powerful

Dame of

Six point five inches of rain :
One death was recorded erst



; a before they left.
Ezekiel Beckford, a University} COSide voes” In Korea Jones, Trestrail, Christiani and Goddard received a royal| strike was ignored on Wednesday bs eet, ieee onohty |, 40 American B29 aireraft pilot
‘ industries or services”, F : ‘ Ss by most of Austria’s workers but | the na under feudal rights |, ried i
College building contractor col-! welcome on arrival at Port-of-Spain this morning on the ptdduced short-lived attempts to |granted her ancestors by Queen eee aol at ing . convoy =
lepeed. sae Wed whee powhing is WASHINGTON, Oct. 4. S:S. Matina. A huge crowd weleomed them at the wharves,| seize the ‘railway stations. ana / Elizabeth, in thé vila ot Gabon tien
a Maharaj Promises cckmetitan officials tear that the} It was like carnival day, mounting scattered incidents ~-Can, Press 159 miles north of Pram ore
Rains continued to-day. SIDY an OLea WAY



th Mayor. T. Alderman! Some 50,000 workers in the Rus- i pal
ins manciog Whkihan’ ot the me. sian controlled factories heeded

ception © ittee, and leading the Communist call for a walk- Vi hinsky

Sth Airforce said
tod

lay.
Tokchon is about 60 miles from

break up into guerrilla forces

communique
which could fight on for months

In Montego Bay an Ecuadoran ToDo HumanJustice

plane carrying Lt. Colonel J. C,

SPORTS





; ‘i . out demanding further general
or even years. Far more serious citizens, cricketers drove ; the Manchurian border on the
Samaniego, Director of Civil Avi-| (From Our Own Coneapesstent. bet course would be the direct * gough the decorated streets and Sounired Ea eve Tailed to ure main road to G
( ation, Ecuador and two... aides iil , Maharaj, ~ re-|anterve tion of Chinese Commun- WINDOW. citovrds to the tem) id_| Workers ofthe Socialist and Intervenes General ounced 1
, met 5 orn pace eladted pes of the Legisla-| ist or Russian troops in North “ oa ish tes Taeat, enattins Tee People’s Party, bulk of Austria’s ae pete an on Third
night w SBC SE te eR lit i Korea but, Washi thorities 4 he ; labour out of their factories, The nfantry on now rein-
| ae a Te given in his’ honour, that neither|do not appear to believe that this WATER POLO eoiek evanae abet tae theres Communist effort. was, expected LAKE SUCCESS, Oct. 4. |foreed “United Nations troops in
The plane, unable to land at] class colour nor creed would in-| will take place. atzenjammer s DIAYIDE | to climax late Wednesday after-

si Soviet F iste Korea.
Ai t i to bad| terfere with his work. He was Although Snappers have alread) “We Want Ramadhin on the Ball.” oviet Foreign Minister Andrei
Palisadoes Airport owing to ba A §





hoon in a march on Vienna's | Vyshinsky intervened again in| Previously there were elements
; + There is increasing speculation ee tae ery ent san At the Town Hall, Goverasr]Govyernmental centre, Austrian the Korea debate { 2 of six U.S, divisions there includ-
© match y are uled to pla a ; he orea debate in the United
Miami circled sicttene Foy ae Gotan. sen, pe “ataly Tan here that the Russians and}| "aitern oe ne “parbauo et ee eS ee eee sey Mr ow ,Migbt | Nations — Political ~— Committee | ing oe and part of an air-
port not yet equipped for night! praying to God to strengthen Chinese Communists will ee Aquatic Club against Swordfish a reeense 4 Nahate oe the wore ia d yo eee an steel to-day and said that only the borne division. ~ iF
; | that faith.’ To mix politics he] @ge Korean Reds to convert their Ore ne tae nine Hie ie eri “ helmets for 1¢ first time: since | hussian resolution would meet| The first United Nations ship-
, ee: said, with racial discrimination| country into another Greece or up between these two teame thir citizens. The Governor said that} 1938 were put on the alert to conditions for the “peaceful’}ment of rice had relieved the
| The Police, the Fire Brigade and| was’ one of the most dirty acts.| Indo-China, That would mean an year and each claim they ean | |Goddard and his men had proved] meet expected violence. future of Korea, starving and homeless citizens of
townsfolk rushed to the scene and| and if racial discrimination were| indefinite delay in bringing rea) Cefeat the other. The other ‘they were a team of cricketing Can, Press Seoul.
the plane made a safe landing| to take a hold on this island, it] peace to the peninsula and a pro- Fish and Police thee Livin || giants.’ Mayor Almandoz, God- He said he feared Unived —Reuter.
with the aid of the motor head- would hinder the advancement of} longed drain on American military is Mr. W. Gibbs, Play begins dard and other cricketers also

Nations action would be “merely -
u cloak” to keep American troops
in Korea for a definite period,

Newsmen Eat
The Soviet resolution introduced

*
Kippers to the Committee on Monday calls
LONDON, Oct, 4. for an immediate cease fire and



lights. the Colony, strength, —(CP)

at 5 p.m spoke.



Four Conclude
Sea Exercises









119,000 Tons More
Steel In Germany

BONN, Germany, Oct, 4.

LOOKING DOWN ON THE HEROES B.G. MURDERESS



, : ; 1 Wi ray corel troops.
PA Ys PENALTY One hufdred Canadian and the withdrawal of foreign Pp West Germany produced 11,219,-
‘ ag United States correspondents to-| The British Resolution spon-!000 tons of steel, 119,000 more
| F (From Our Own Correspondent \VALET TA, Malta, Oct, 4. day consumed twice that number sored by seven other powers and|than the limit set by the Allies
: GEORGETOWN, B.G., Oct. 4, | 4, Warships of Britain, United/of kippers at a novel breakfast | rojected by Vyshinsky calls for alin the year wp to September 30,
The first woman to be executed |States, France and Italy on Tues-|designed to stimulate Scotland’s Unived Nations commission to]the West German Government
in British Guiana for murdey|4@Â¥, night concluded two-day | sagging herring industry. In the} j.elp in bolstering up an indepen- announced on Tuesday night,
went to the gallows this morning joint manoeuvres in the central) plush banquet room of Claridges | qont Koren.—Reuter, Can, Press.
Mediterranean, Exercises were tol Hotel waiters served orange juice,





|
calmly when a husband, wife and
Bes

paid the extreme|*est the combined fleet's anti-

jtoast kippers and coffee at a kip-

ek Ad ao tel Ph MARR 2S 6A 4 AON TS AA: SE DE OR a a

penalty for the cesspit ritual|Submarine — and —_anti-aircraft/per shaped table. Speakers. said é

murder in which ‘a six-year-old | defences. —(CP) the idea is to indoctrinate North v
school girl Lilawattee was drowned or American writers in the merits of 1b
in an outdoor latrine following a PERON AND WIFE WILL that delectable fish caught off the

ritual service.
Lilawattee was offered as a
sacrifice to obtain the location of
alleged Dutch money buried cen-
turies ago in Berbice county
during the time of the Dutch A 4
occupation. Executed today were ordering all printing plants in-
Eric Benfield styled “The Bishop’ cluding newspaper composing
in a strange religious sect, higs}"00ms to display large photo-
brother-in-law Jeremiah Fuller- graphs of President Peron and his
ton and Fullerton’s wife Kathleen, Wife. The resolution said that the
tates held. photos must — be displayed in
sister of Benfie recognition of the workers’ ad-
‘vanees made with the support of
: the Perons.
Canadian Ambassador | he

Arrives In Cuba



GO ON DISPLAY

BUENOS AIRES, Oct. 4.
The Argentine Printers Union
on Tuesday approved a resolution







misty isles of the Hebrides

Starting this week these kip-
pers will be cellophane-wrappey
in pairs deep frozen and shipped
direct to North America, Cana-
dian outlets will be Toronto, Mon-
treal and Vancouver.-C.P,



Indonesia Moves
Against Rebels
DJAKARTA, Oct, 4

The Indonesian Government to-
day officially confirmed that It







HAVANA, Oct. 4 || = was taking “positive measures”
E. H. Coleman, the firsv} ARTIE'S HEADLINE against the “rebel” Government
Canadian. Ambassador to Cuba] v ay South Moluccas set up in |
arrived on Tuesday by ship to| amaaieed f itt Mor Coa |
assume his post in Havana, Cole-! NATIONALISED 1 cent a 4 on oul c os teas x p's _
man was met by Chief of the| STEEL : ft - 23 ne pvenfpe i sai at
Protocol of the Cuban Foreign) CUTLERY DEPT out offensive” against rebels



Ministry and by officials of the!
Canadian Embassy. The Canadian |
diplomat accredited to Cuba as
Minister last April was recently
elevated to Ambassador.

—Can, Press.

Mrs. Blackburne Joins
Husband In Antigua

—Reuter.

| Guarantee Necessary
| To Enter Venezuela

{From Our Own Correspondent)
PORT-—OF-SPAIN.
West Indians will not be able 1o
jenter Venezuela at will, either as
| tourists or intransit In future, it
, Will be necessary for West Indians





From Our Own Correspondent) to obtain the permission of th -
hi LONDON. ; Venezuelan Ministry of the Interio Whenever you want ae lgarette ~
Vir's. Raymond Blackburne, wife \ to visit the country, They will hay

of the new Governor
ward Islands left London to-day
by air to join her husband in|
Antigua. With her went their two}
children, Martin, aged six, ard
Jean, aged two

——

of the Lee-



Haven't you anyi!

plastic? ‘ |



orrison Appeals F or Support



MARGATE, Oct. 4
3ritain’s Deputy Premier Her-









should forget old antagonism
We need a sense of social re



|to state the exact nature of the

| purpose and give a guaranteé that
\ they will not remain in Venezuela
Airlines operating in Venezuelan

ierritory have been notified of th F

new regulations



presently, privately-owned
cement, sugar and industrial as





remember-

{[t’s the TOBACCO that counts |



a

bert Morrison today asked the gponsibility, the joy ‘and glory surance businesses are within the
Labour Party Conference for in serving our fellows and even {field of eligibility for considera-
mental transformation :among sacrificing for our fellows. That tion for nationalization. But we
workers to ensure success of the if the internal and spiritual! do not think it wise at any rate at
j Labour movement He. said change which must take place this stage to commit the Party te
that under capitalism it had before this becomes truly a a time table for socialization. We
been natural for workers to feel Socialist country He was: not must consider what the national
| instinctively — tt there should prepared to claim everything interest requires in the circum
| be a row with boss from time wag perfect in publicly-owned stances obtaining when decisions
to time 1 if it is only for the industries, but he thought they have to be made. Morrison sa
| Sal But he said, were a big improvement on that Labour would need all th
iti, sareeneuns brought greater capitalism. Morris previous time available to prepare for the
waich welcomed the cricketers perched on the mast of a Schooner, and workers party statements said that next General Election, -=—©,P,
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} members of
Indies tea
bados on Tuesda

Other guest
more, Mr. J

Atkingon, Mr
De Jord: Mr
Inniss, Mi Ss
Mr. Wm. Atkins
\ liams, Hon, R
Gittens, Dr H. E. Skeete, Mr, M
Clorke, Mr. W. F Hovo Dr \
Stuart, Mr’ F. J. Cole, Mr.
Pierce, Dr. A. S. Ci Mr. O
pin, Mr. A, O. N.S t

Douglas, Mr. Eric 4
Field, Mr. A. M. Tay
Gale, Mr. H. D. Kidnes
Goddard, Mr. K. E. Walcott



















Griffith, Mr. J. 0 Tudor

Hoad Mr. A. Ff

Mr » Hunte f

My. Ince, Mr. G. L. Wiltshire

Col. Michelin, Mr. W. A. Farmer, Mr

H. Peacock. Mr. J. W. Byer, Mr

E. J. Petrie, Mr. K. K. Chepman, Mr
| P. H. Tariiton, Mr. C. A. Porter, Mr
| L. A, Walcott, Dr L. E. Clarke,

Mr. E. A. V. Wjlliams, Mr. J. R

Alleyne, Mr. K. L, Wishart, Mr. Frank

Walcott, Mr. G. Ca ,~M Mathurin
| Mr. D. FitzPatrick, \ ec. A. Bri

waite, Mr. J. M: Hew Mr. C. Skinne

Mr, B. E. Goddard, Dy. A, L. Goddard,

Mr. H. C. Goddard, Mi. B, V. Goddard

Mr. W. C. Goddard, Mr. J. R. Goddard,
Mr. Fred Goddard, Mr. R. Hutchinson,
oe G. G. Gill, Dr. B. Hamilton, Mr

Cc. Hammond, Mr Val Comie
Pie P. Farah, Mr. L. O. Wood, Mr. J
Roberts, Mr. D.C. Frost, Major Skewes
Cox, Mr. A. F. tshmoel Mr i.
Skeete, Mr. A. Yarde

Arriving Today

XPECTED to arrive here today

by the M.S. Port Wellington
from Australia intransit to Eng-
Jand is Alderman A, A Boa,



2















New South Wales, Australia.
While in England, it is under-

stood that he will attend meetings Return Yesterday

of the Town Planning Authorities rPuE HON. MURTOGH GUIN-
to get ideas for modernising the Bea i
City Ms icant ene NESS and Mr. Tom Mc Gee
returned from their week's visit
to Grenada yesterday morning by
B.W.1.A. While in Grenada they
were guests at the Santa Maria

week's holiday in Grenada.








Besides being Deputy Lord
Mayor, Alderman Boa is also a
member of the County Council
Zone 4 which covers seven other








Council areas, and which has /!°te!.
been set up to prepare a town . o.
planning scheme. Plans for the Intransit




new housing scheme will soon be M®*. L STRAUSS, until
submitted to the State Parliament recently farming in Eas
for consideration. Anglia was an intransit passenger









After visiting England he will for Grenada on the Bonaire on
also go to France, New York, Monday. Mr. Strauss intends to
Montreal, Toronto and San Fran- settle in Grenada where he has
cisco where -he will leave for bought the Cocoa plantation La
Australia. Sagess, formerly the property of

Sir Joseph de La Mothe, Apart
Saw Two Tests from Cocoa planting, Mr. Strauss




intends to investigate the possi-
R,. C. A, L. GALE, Editor bilities of large scale rearing of
M of the “Barbados Advocate” Pigs in Grenada. His wife and
who left Barbados for England children will be joining him in
towards the middle of May, Grenada before the end of the
returned on Monday afternoon by year.
the Bonaire. He arrived just in










time for the celebrations in hon- On Short Holiday

our of the victorious West Indies 5 5 '
team who returned on Tuesday. PENDING a short holiday in
While in England, Mr. Gale saw Barbados are Mr. and Mrs.



Winston Warren and their daugh-
ter who arrived from St. Kitts
over the week-end by B.W.I.A.
While here they are staying at
Stratton Villa, Bank Hall, Mr.
Warren is with B.W.1I. Airways
and is stationed in St. Kitts. His
wife is the former Marjorie
Evelyn of St. Kitts,

After Three Months
R. and MRS. DENIS BARN-
ARD arrived by the Benaire
intransit for St. Lucia on Tuesday
They have had three months’
holiday in England and also paid
a Visit to Paris,

two of the Test Matches



















General Manager
D*. m. Me, C; CALLAN;

Entomologist of the Imperial
College of Tropical Agriculture is
on his way back to ‘Trinidad on
the Bonaire. Mr. Callan has been
on holiday in the Union of Sout!
Africa and in Southern Africa,

Also returning to Trinidad by

the Bonaire after a holiday in
England was Mr. Denis Eyre
accompanied by his wife and two
children. Mr. Eyre is the Gen
eral Manager of the Trinidad
Railway.

Used To Be With
Bovell & Skeete

M’ GLYNE FIELDS, who ar-
tived in Barbados two weeks















0 was another passenger leaving
MR. C. A, L, GALE, Editor of ine T.C.A. on Saturday morning.

the Barbados “Advocate” re- Glyne is now living in New York-
turned from England by the He tells me that he is still doing
“Bonaire” on Monday. He is pic- accountancy. He used to be with
tured here at the Baggage Ware- Bovell and Skeete, before he left
__ house shortly after Re arrived. _Barbados fifteen months ago







Rupert and the Castaway — ti 7






















When Koko has eontainad the bag for a moment he clamber
Rupert tries to follow and finds that on andsfindy himself looking into aa
he can just squeeze between the tOock-bound creek. On the water is
boulders. He does it slowly becayse a tay oil he ae ere igs little Mf

arkie, stil chattering and wa
he is carrying the buns and the to him. ‘So that’ at Capta
bottle of milk. * This is fusther

Bart acie saw exclaims Ri pert. m
than I came last time,'’ he mutters.

‘But how can Koko |} it #-
, Much further can he be here all by himself att 3c ig he
going ? Leaving the bottle and ocean?”
















Stella Dawn, a London dancer,
wants to go to the West Indies
some day. She told me.so when
appearing this week at a West@n-

she want to go? Because, she
—"I have been "very much im

pressed by the West Indians 4 ;
have met in England; I find therg-
very friendly and helpful; no on
van be in their midst without feel

ey a ae eee

Stella is the daughter of a â„¢-
tired Bank Manager and she lives
wh her parents at Croydon. At
the age of 14, she appeared as the
principal dancer in a pantomime—
Jack and the Beanstalk—staged at
the Woolwich theatre. She became
so interested in pantomime work
that she continued in it for an-
other couple of years during which
time she featured at Kingston and
Portsmouth. By this time she had

made a name for herself in variety
shows.



Deputy Lord Mayor of Newcastle, HE HON, MURTOGH GUINNESS and Mr. Tom McGee back from



9” “ ”
a iene a ag te decided to specialise in the West
started practising the rumba at [dian calypso and the African
home daily until she mastered the t0M-tom. Since then, she has ac-
technique. Her progress was so Muired such efficiency that at the
good that she was eventually asked West Indian Students’ dance she
to travel with the El-Mario Rumba ‘0K the place by storm. The flexi-
Band (an all-girls’ band) on a bility of her movement to the

Back From Short Visit
. Vv. C. GALE, M.L.C
Director of the

from his short visit to St.
on Monday by B.G. Ai

Back From U.K. Visit
_L. L. TOPPIN, Governing

Leslie & Co., Ltd, and Mrs. Top-
were among the passengers
who arrived here on the Bonaire
Combining business
Toppin also
visited France with Mrs. Toppin.

U.S.A. returned home on Mop-
day via Trinidad by air to resume
his duties as an electrical engin- practising the “Bolero”

Leaves Today
ASTER IAN GORING, son of,
r. and Mrs. N. L, Goring
of Georgetown, British Guiana,
returns to B.G. by plane to-day
to re-enter Queen’s College.

Accountant with the Transport &
Harbour Department. The family
were staying at Brookdale, Hole-

enjoyed his holiday very
much and told Carib that he would
return for the Christmas

New Reader
HE new Reader in Chemistry .
_ at the Imperial College of é —S a
Gpieiaciaadidestltaseksscosdaamuneadbaseeten
Griffith was a passenger for ‘Trini-
dad from England on the Bonaire

Agricultural Department of Ugan-
da and of Malaya, where he was
captured by the Japanese.

After Five Weeks

FOX who has

with his family returned on Sat-
urday afternoon by B.W.I.A. t
Aruba via Trinidad and Curacao.
was here for about five weeks.
Esso Company i
» plans to stay in Trini-

while visiting some of his other

CROSSWORD



1 mney sound expensive pursulte.

6. Of side 1s changet—to pone? (8)
10, es is news,

particular On e.
12. Certainly !
id. IG is poetical,
« Insects come ‘thom these.
19. + Observe & dlocese.

)
shut differently,
%)

y chaning his stable.

3. Turia ices changed make fun.

4. A good one prints well.
5. One anagram of posts.
+ Legally located,
. The popular woE ENS week, (4, 4)

. Foreign mining district.
Owned by a iemale,
. Sort of grass town,



Ry am of Saturday's puxzsie.—Across:
, Stor Chest; 6, Zrobableg,

arn: 17, ‘syxons say



0.8 : @1. :
ve 8 Mugdy, eae















Remember — There is no - parking problem when

BARBADOS ADVOCATE

She Wants To Come To West Indies

By E. BR. TEMOTHY .

LONDON.














Students’ dance. Why

at home-—and the way th

Thrilled
oe * tavern of a theatrical STELLA DAWN
Ser atl joined seven other month's tour of Sweden and an-
girls’ to. form — Mie compane other month at the China theatre
of young artistes thrilled theatre '" ae :
audiences by walking and per- _ Opportunity
forming gymnastics on argc For Stella, the Second World

War offered a great opportunity to

Th . prove her dancing talent and the
contra his cA to "anc realisation of her ambition to
London in variety shows. During travel. Germany, Belgium, Hol-
th : E A
shie ns hate ee among the places she visited with
and appeared in pantomimes at the NSA shows, conducted for mem-
Sh
Hac re theatre. in 1949, she ‘ad another oppor-

, Stella called at her ‘nity of travelling to Sweden and
apes "ah

land, Italy, Malta and Egypt are

herds Bush Empire and the bers of His Majesty’s forces. Early

‘ Denmark, with a rumba band,
ee. can you dagce On returning to England, Stella

rhythm of the calypso won loud

sini aT Me ea cheers and applause from West

Indians who were present.

Says Goodby e How did she come to know the

calypso and the tom-tom? It was
FTER an enjoyable two ." West Indian friend who taught

months’ holiday in Barbados

Harry A. Branch of the her the calypso. An African tom-

art of playing the tom-tom.

At the moment, Stella is busy
and fea-
tures in cabaret shows at the

He begs to say goodbye to his Regency Club, London. When she
many friends-and to thank them jis not rehearsing, she goes out
for the wonderful time they had with her camera; amateur photo-
given him. graphy appeals to her strongly.

CEES SI ESE ey,

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The official announcement
Clarence House said:

“Her Royal
Elizabeth has been
doctors that her
fort is autumn is
or this a
heavy and she has found it
necessary therefore to make
alterations to her plans.

“Certain of the Princess’
ments have ae e
are the open
tional Motor Show on
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Rangers Rallies at the
(London) October 21,
White City (London)
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tom player introduced her to the



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LONDON,

Princess Elizabeth has cancelied
a number of her autumn pi
engagements and postponed oth
on the advice of her doctors.

Elizabeth, whose second
Prineess Anne, Was born
August 14, is “in the best
health” but her doctors feared her
programme was “somewhat
heavy” and told the heiress-
presumptive to the throne to take}
it easy.






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of 1951.”



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THURSDAY, OCTOBER

Sugar Producers
Reject Demands
By B. G. Workers’ Union

(From Our Own Correspondent
1 GEORGETOWN
The British Guiana Sugar Pro-
acers’ Association has rejected
© demands made by the Guiana
ustrial Workers’ Union headed
General President Dr. J, P.
chhamsingh,
The Union's memorandum
tnded to the Sugar Producers on
agust 30 demanded that the
isociation “meet and treat with
€ Union”, and also called for
shousing, implementation of
ftain recommendations of the
mn~-Sudell Commission, and in-
Gases of wages. The memoran-
was accompanied by a threat
a Colony-wide strike of all
ar estate workers, if the de-
ds were rejected.
f. Delegates’ Conference of the
ons was held on Monday and
was decided to hold a series
‘meetings near all the estates
find out the feelings of the
kers, before making the final
e decision,
1 its reply to the Union, the
ciation stated... .“It is neces-
, however, to make it clear
the position in regard to
les and earnings of sugar
ers in the light of the rises
he cost of living during this
had been forcibly brought to
_attention of the B.G.S.P.A.
weeks before the i ‘eoipt of
°G.LW.U’s letter of August 30,
itwo of the Unions in the
ustry with whom the Asgocia-
thas collective agreements for
Megotiation of such matters.

e matter was rst raised by
an Power Citizens’ Associa-
Trade Union in July and has
been the subject of joint
ferences held under the Chair-
hip of the Acting Commis-
r of Labour between repre-
tives of the M.P.C.A, and
Workers’ League «nd the
S.P.A.

a result of these conferences
in proposals to improve the
cial position of the workers
@ been formulated and pre-
ed to Government who are
tly concerned in this problem,

a final decision on these
dosals is reached it is not
fible to make any statement
at them.”

Official Statement
§ a resuit of this statement an
jal Government statemen t
ed explained that the “Gov-

nent have been _ invited
fugh the Commissioner of
our by the Sugar Producers’
Iciation and the employees’
mS concerned to agree to an
ease in the retail price of
ir for domestic consumpitt a”

one cent per pound on the
erstanding that the proceeds of
increase, supplementes by a
vibution “from the employers
d be used to meet an increase
ve per cent. in the cost of
1g allowances paid to sugar
kers,

Fovernment will consider théty
fesentations on the subject, but
his ig a matter. affecting “the
‘of living of the whole com-
lity, Government can see little
ject of being able to agree
~e proposal for increasing the
fl price of sugar.”

ill Decide Quarrel

from Our Own Correspondent)

; PORT OF SPAIN.
br. Quintin O'Connor, Gener. !
fetary of the Federated Work-
Trade Union in Trinidad, nas
pted an invitation from the
fada Manual and Mental
‘kers’ Trade Union to be ar-
ator in a dispute between the
in and the sugar estates. A
flock in the negotiations was
hed last week between repre-
atives of the Grenada Sugar
pry, Ltd., the Associated Es-
$ and the Union,

i





ly Dudley, ene of England’s loveliest

blonde with grey eyes and a wonderful, fair skin. “I
"Bond's Creams regularly and it’s amazing the difference

#l’ond’s Creams have made to my skin,’

‘a 40 much softer, smoother, clearer.”

5, 1950

PICTURED HERE are (left to right) Mir. Ronald c
and Mr. Joseph du Bonlay of St. Lucia leaving Sea

ma



ed o Dirociors meeting of the B.W.I. Sugar Associa tion held here on

Cost Of Living
Rises In B.G.

(Frem Our Own Correspondent)

GEORGETOWN, B.G.

There was a rise of 1/10th of a
point in the Cost of Living Index
for working class families in
Georgetown over the period July
15 to August 15, 1950, from 225.5
to 225.6 while in the Index for
East Indian Working Class fami-
lies on sugar plantations there
was a downward moven.ent from
264.0 to 262.8 due to a decline in
prices in the Clothing and Mis-
cellaneous groups.

The Georgetown Index reecord-
ed upward movements in the sub-
Indices for food, clothing, fuel and
light whereas in the miscellaneous
sub-index there was noted an ap-
preciable downward movement as
a result of a heavy reduction in
the average retail price of starch.
In the other sub-indices there
were upward movements in the
prices of fish, tomatoes, potatoes,
tea, ground coffee and cheese; in
shirts, cotton prints for women,
and kerosene oil and candles.

The Cost of Living Index num-
bers for working class families in
Georgetown are based on a de-
tailed enquiry made in 1942 into
the spending habits of 1,400 fami-
lies. The statistics for East In-
dian working class families are
based on an enquiry conducted in
1936 on the consumption habits of
Rast Inciam working class families
on sugar plantations,

School Boy Falls
On Iron Spike

(From Qur Own Correspondent) te
2.2 leew | <

PORT-OF-SPAIN .
Port-of-Spain school children
on Friday afternoon witnessed a
near-fatal tragedy at lunchtime
when seven-year-old schoolboy
Clive Payne fell from a tree land-
ing on a spike in the iron rail
around the school which ripped
through his lef, hand and ona
which he remained impaled for
over an hour until the iron spike
was cut to allow him to be taken

to the Port-of-Spain hospital.





*

Teachers and school mates stood
by horror stricken as the boy's
cries rent the air. Passersby unsuc-
cessfully tried to free the boy's
hand from the rail spike.

Finally a mechanic nearby
undertook to cut the spike off the
rail with which the boy was taken
to hospital where the spike was
taken out of his hand. —(C.P.)





Hlarbour Log

Im Carlisle Bay

Lucille M. Smith, Sch, Cyclorama
: h Gloria Henrietta, Sch. W. L
FPunicia, Seh. Lochinvar S., Sch, Harriet
Whittaker, Sch. Emmanuel C. Gordon,



Seh. Cyril E. Smith, Sch. Zita Wontta
Seh Emterprise, Sch. Reginald Wallace,
Sch. Eastern Eel, Sch. Molly N. Jones,
M.V. TFT. B. Radar, S.S. M. V. Factor
ARRIVALS

S.S. Woldingham Hill, 4243 tons, Capt
Dewar, from Haiti, Agents Messrs
Plantations Ltd

s.s Gold Ranger, 1506 tons, Capt
Edwards, from Bermuda, Agents
Harbour & Shipping Master

s.s Temple Arch, 2964 tons, Crypt.
Gibson, from St. Kitts, Agents: Messrs
DeCosta & Co. Lid

s.s Bonaire, 1857 tons, Capt
Dopheide. from Amsterdam, Agents:
Messrs Ss ©. Musson

Schooner Belqueen, 4 tons, Capt
King from St Vincent, Agents.
Schooner Owners’ Association

Schooner Frances W Smith, 74 tons,
Capt. Hfassell, from British Guiana.
Agents: Schooner Owners’ Association

Mv Daerwood, % tons, Capt
DeCoteau, from St. Lucia, Agents

Schooner Owners’ Association
Sehooner Wonderful Counsellor, 38
tons, Capt. Alexander, from St. Lucia,

Agents: Schooner Owners’ Association
Schoomer Lady Noeleen, 41 tons,
Capt. Noel, from Dominica, Agents

Schooner Owners’ Association

S.S. Matina, 3788 tons, Capt. Roberts,
from Southampton, Agents: Messrs
Wilkinson & Haynes.

DEPARTURES

Schooner Molly N. Jones, 37 tons,

Capt Clouden, for Dominica, Agengs
Messrs D. L. Johnson,

Schooner United Pilgrim S.. 47 tons,
Capt Stewart, for St Lucia, Agents
Schooner Owners’ Association

Schooner Harriet Whittaker, 50 tons,
Capt. Caesar, for Fishing Banks,
Agents Miessrs. D. L. Johnson ik

S.S. Rurfina, 1856 tons, Cept. Vanaér
wast. for St. Lucia, Agents: Messrs
DaCosta & Co. Ltd

sss Heghli, 4564 ton Capt Rey
nolds, for Porto Rico, Agents: Messrs
DaCosta «<> Co. Ltd

Senooner Lucille M. Smith, 74 tons.
Capt Huossell, for British Guiana,
Agents: Messrs. Robert Thom.

Schooner W. L. Eunicia, 38 tons, Capt

Joseph, for Dominica; Agents; Schooner
Owners” Association

Schooner Gloria Henrietta, 55 tons,
Cupt. Giynn, for Antigua, Agenis
Schoorer Owners’ Association.

S.S. Gold Ranger, 1506 tons, Capt
Edwards, for Trinidad, Agents: Harbou

& Shipping Master.

S.S. Matina, 3788 tons, Capt. Roberts,
for Trinidad, Agents: Messrs. Wilkinson
& Haynes

s.s. Bonaire, 1857 tons, Capt,
Dopheide, for Trinidad, Aigents; Messrs
S. P. Musson.

In Touch With Barbados
Coast Station

Cable and Wireless (West Indies) Ltd
advise that they can now communicate
with the following ships through their
Parbados Coast Station:

S.S. Thelma 4, S.S. June Crest, 5.5
Boweran, SS. Sunwalt, $.S. ° Regent
Lion, S.S. Fort de France, S.S. Matina
8.S. Dueva Andalucia, §.S. Liss, $.S
Esso Brazil, S.S. Fort Amherst, S.S
Gracia, S.S Celilo, S.S. Missionary
Ridge, S.S Pioneer, S.S. Elizabeth A
Flanigan, S.S. Cleveland, 8.8. Myken
s.s Ss Catalina, S Bonaire, 5.5
Bahia, S.S Alcoa Pennant, S.S. le ve
Re, S.S. S. Mateo, S.S,. Aicoa Pegasus,
S.S. Elax. S.S. Sunwalt, 5.8. Alto1
Runner, S.S. Fernbrook, $.S. Petros.
s.s Fortrichepan, $.S Jalta, 8.8
Helena, S.S. Alcoa Clipper, 8.S. Liber-
vile, S.5 Belita, S.S. Rufina, S.S
Dolores, S.S. Beilfri, S.S. Sein,



ita

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titled women, is a F
society, is noted for

* says Lady Dudley,
softer and fresher.”

without my Pond’s Creams,”” s.
so pleasant to use, and it leaves my face looking ever so much

be

Ya,

Mrs. Lawrence W. Earle, leading figure in Philadelphia

her lowely eomplezion. "I wouldn't he

says.” Pond’s Cold Cream is




Blonde or Brunette

{ THEY PROTECT THEIR LOVELINESS WITH THE SAME BEAUTY CARE

Brunette Mrs. Lawrence Earle, who lives in U.S.A,,
and Lady Dudley, well-known London hostess, have

one thing in commron—they use the
’ This beauty care is Pond’s, and

of society's loveliest women in America, England,

and France,
Why not give your complexion

same care? Follow this easy routiné: regularly every

ight, cleanse the skin thoroughly

ream, swirling it gently over face and throat with

bur fingers. “Rinsé” with more
tra cleansing, extra softening.

la the moruing, before you make-up, smooth a

same beauty care!

it is the favourite

the benefit of the
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well yesterday. They were among those who attend-

BARBADOS ADVOCATE

Antigua
October 2nd and 3rd.

Seawell

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Eldridge; C. PF Eldridge; Lamber!
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Shepperd;: Mia Leonora Springer;
Sydney Young; Goulbourne Allamby;
Bishop Hughes: Louis Fisher; Albert
Moore: Edmund Stuart; Thomas Mit-
chell; Monica Rudder; Cyril Grazette;

Ernest Riecker; Leonieas Riecker; Zur-
aima Riecker; Clarie Laughlin; John Cor-
bin; Thomas Hull; Daphni rown, Fratnely





Alleyne; Jean Alley, Katherine
Alleyne; Valerie Alleyne; France
Alleyne; Henry Abbott; Dorothea King

Keith Me Cowan; Mr

Robinson; Mrs
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Pampellone; Marie Pampellone; Shirley
Galt; Helen Galt; Judith Galt; Chery
Galt; Marie Gait; Albert Galt,’ Willian
Gilbert; Maudina Bruce; Harold Robin
Son; Carmen Rink; Perey Rink: Wil-
liam Hanschell; Andrew Annisette: Mrs
Daisy Kelshall; Joseph Kel hall; John
Carrington; Peter Williams; Prank
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Inglefield; Ruth Inglefield Jennifer
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Grell; Therese O'Reilly; Rita Adkins:

Warren Bennett; William O Clarke;
K. Clarke; FP. Clarke; Jovito Villaiba:
From ST. VINCENT:

Arnett V. Agard; Margaret E Dray-
ton; Aubrey K. Hunte: Valence Gale;
Mec Donald Andrew;
From DOMINICA;

Frank S. de

Lisle; Hon. H. D,
Shillingford; W. s

O'Malley;

From ST. LUCIA:

Terrence Hawkins; Malcolm Maxwell;
Henry Belmar; Denis Mendes; Lauris.
ton Lewis; Stella Bascombe; Edit?
Friend; Aziz Abraham;

Prom ST. KITTS:

Winston Warren; Marjorie Warren
Andrea Warren; Arno!d Drayton
From GRENADA:

Sybi' Phillips; Charles Phillips;
Noreen Parris Trene Smith Ene
Goma Witiam Malone

DEPARTURES
DEPARTURES--Ky B.W.T.A,

For TRINIDAD:

Carmen Blackman; K, Mec Cowan: H
Robinson; William Gilbert; F. Morrish:
Ww Macnie; Charles White; Felix
Cmrke; Alan Vieira; Edwin Da Costa:
James Mc Intosh; Harry Branch; Edith
Halthide; Maria Halfhide; John Gill-
ingham; Alan Vieira; James Me
Graph; Richard Cahill; Denise Boiselte;

Doris Woodley: Seth White; nothy
Stimer; Claude Stiner: Joyce Stiner:
W.Cmdr. Desmond Clarke; Dr. Charles
Deane; Jules Hennequy; Edmund
Stuart; Allan Packer; Edith Packer:
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Bedeau; Graham Gibbons; Constance
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berbatch; Thomas Hull; Ena Clark
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Kennedy; Marguerite Bynoe; Marie
Gomes; Carlotta Graham; Charles
Deane; Olive Jones; John Jones; Gra-
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Printed by the Advocate Co., Ltd., Broad St., Bruigetown.
Thursday, October 5, 1950







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THE resignation of Lord Trefgarne from
the chairmanship of the Colonial Develop-
ment Corporation has caused little surprise
in Barbados. The reason may be that Bar-
bados is not included in the nine undertak-
ings for which capital has been approved
in the area. Three undertakings have
started in British Guiana, two in British
Honduras, one in Jamaica, one in Turks
and Caicos Islands, one in Dominica and
reconstruction work is being done in St.
Iaicia. Of the total number of 131 projects
from the West Indies the Board has re-
jected 89, seven have been withdrawn, 14
projects are under consideration, 12 are
under active investigation and nine have
been accepied.

It is possible that projects from Bar-
bados may be among the 26 West Indian
projects which have not yet been rejected
or accepted.

Even before the spectacular misfire of
the Groundnut “operation”, the Colonial
Development Corporation had adopted a
policy of “say little and only say something
when you have something to say.” This
spirit of caution seems to be still prevalent,
judging by the recent report and accounts
of the Corporation for 1949,

“The first two years of planning and in-
vestigation” says the report “have revealed
that most of the Corporation’s investments
will not begin to yield at their estimated
full rate for a considerable period ..... ..... 90
per cent of the estimated capital cost of the
28 undertakings already launched will have
been incurred by the end of 1952, but the
total earnings of these 28 undertakings are
not expected to reach 90 per cent of their
eventual level for about 10 years after
that.” So far, 28 undertakings have obtain-
ed a total of £14,187,000 sanctioned by the
Secretary of State. Besides the nine pro-
jects accepted in the West Indies, five have
been accepted in West Africa, two in East
Africa. four in Central Africa, one in the
High Commission Territories in South
Africa, four in the Far East and three
others not specified.

In British Guiana the Corporation
approved a debenture holding of £200,000
to British Guiana Consolidated Goldfields
Ltd, ~ Capital of £1,713,000 has been
approved for British Guiana Timbers.

The report of the Corporation states
that sales in the last quartet of 1949 were
at the ate of £221,000 per annum and
that the capital Will be increased during
1950 and ‘other interests are expected to
participate.

In British Honduras £227,000 has been
approved for a pilot scheme to establish
an experimental area under cocoa with
bananas as a shade crop. In addition
C.D.C, has approved a holding of £166,000
for the British Honduras Fruit Company.

In Jamaica the Corporation is erecting
in Kingston an eight room pre-cooling
store of 90,000 cubic feet capacity to hold
400,000 cases of citrus annually from
which the store will derive its main
revenue.

Capital has been approved to the extent
of £217,000 for Turks and Caicos Islands
salt produetion,

In Dominica £ 227,000 bas been approved
for a Grouped Undertaking. Proposals in-
clude citrus development, establishment of
a modern grading and packing station to
handle local citrus for export : the construc-
tion of a hydro-electric power plant to
supply the capital town of Roseau and
its environs and the establishment of a
cold store and ice-working plant. This, to
say nothing of the reconstruction of Cas-
tries, is an impressive list and if Barbados
has so far been granted no assistance, it
must be because she needs it less than
other territories in the area. That is the
only inference that can be made after two
years of the Corporation’s activities in
which the mainland territories of the
Caribbean have benefited much.

Happy Tribute

THE grant of free passages on the S.S.
“Matina” by Messrs. Elders & Fyffes was
a happy gesture by the steamship owners.

The reciprocal invitation to the Skipper
of the vessel to be a guest of honour at a
public luncheon for the cricketers was evi-
dence of the appreciation of that gesture.

In these days of expensive travel and
scarcity of ships it was an eloquent gesture
of Messrs. Elders & Fyffes, not only to
grant free passages, but to change the pre-
scribed. route in order that the players
could come to Barbados first.

But this is not the first nor the most out-
standing service which Messrs Elders &
Fyffes have rendered to the West Indies.
Nor will it be the last.

The occasion on which this service was
rendered was memorable, The West Indies
had defeated the pick of all England on
the cricket field and it was a happy thought
which inspired an English Steamship line
to give practical effect to the plaudits of
the crowd by bringing them home free. It
is a gesture which has been well appreci-
ated and will long be remembered
throughout the West Indies,

Book Review:



BARBADOS ADVOCATE

Northeliffe And The |

“New Journalism — ~| Constitution

Northcliffe in History by Tom
Clarke (Hutchinson 16/—
This is the story of an impish

genius who revolutionized the

British Press, and indeed that of

the entire world. Alfred Harms-

worth (the future Northcliffe) was
bérn at an opportune time, five
years before the Education Act of

1870, without which his “popular”

Ba could never have come into
ing. The Act opened the door

of education to the masses, and

by the time Harmsworth had
reached manhood a new public
had at last become articulate.

Harmsworth’s first independent

journalistic venture came in 1888,
when he was twenty-three. Before
that_he had been editing a bicy-
cling magazine in Coventry, but
fee'ing that he had acquired
encugh experience of the writing
and production sides of periodi-
cal journalism he decided to
brinch out on his own. The new
me gazine bore the verbose title of
“Auswers to Correspondents on

Evry Subject Under the Sun”,

wh ch was soon shortened to the

sncppy “Answers”.

Answers" prospered, catching
ne ; readers every edition through
its ingenious competitions. Harms-
we th often pondered on the
se cet of catching the mind of the
m; 3ses. What did the average
men most want? Find that out
ani make it the prize of one of
his competitions in “Answers”,
an-! sales would continue to soar.
Tiere is a story of him at this
tii..2 finding out things for him-
se . Wondering along the Thames
Er bankment one day, trying to
th 1k up new ideas for his maga-
zi: 2, he sat on a bench and en-
te.ed into conversation with a
tr: ap. “What would you like
™m in life” he asked. “A pound
a 2ek for life and I'd be the hap-

pi: t man in this world”, came the
at ver. The next week “Answers”
ar. ounced the prize of a pound

a eek for life to the person who
m: ie the nearest guess to the
am »unt of cash in the banking de-

pa ment of the Bank of England
at che end of a certain day.

1) the next few years Harms-
wce.th brought out several chil-

drcn’s papers, such as “Comic
Cus” and “Forget-Me-Not”; and
in 1894 he made his first excur-
sicn into the realm of news jour-
na'ism by acquiring the “Evening
News”. Two years later came the
halfpenny “Daily Mail’, a land-



By TAN GALE

mark for all time in newspaper
history.

The policy of the “Mail” was to
give the people what they wanted.
There were plenty of women’s fea+
tures, many pictures and a much
fuller coverage of sport than any
daily paper had ever given before.
The paper was alive, interesting,
and easy to read. In 1903 North-
cliffe started the “Daily M{>ror”
as a newspaper for women, At
first it was a flop: women did not
want to read a “women’s news-
paper”. But Northcliffe persisted
—"I will make women read the
“Daily Mirror’—he turned it into
a picture paper and it prospered.

Later he acquired the “Ob-
server” and then in 1908 he be-
came the chief proprietor of the
“Times”. Much nonsense has been
talked about Nort cliffe having
ruined the Times”, Lut to refute it
one has only to quote from the
official history of that newspaper,
“To him the “Times” owes its
transformation from a bankrupt
nineteenth-century relie into a
flourishing twentieth-c:

perty. -Northclife alone had
the genius, It was he his work,
his inventions and his changes

that alone re-established the pro-

perty.”
Northcliffe was, above all, a
showman. “TI never think of him

without thinking of telephones.”
writes his biographer (at one time
a News Editor on the “Daily
Mail”) “he had them everywhere
) . some of them were dummy
models for special oceasions. In
his office in the early days he had
a_secret bell-push near his foot.
When he pressed it it sounded just
like the telephone going. He
would then take up a receiver—
a dummy—at his side and conduct
an imaginary conversation with
some big—wig or other, a Cabinet
Minister or a'general. This was
one of his Puckish tricks to im-
press his visitors or just the play-
ful trick of the boy he always
was.”

The supreme disappointment of
Northcliffe’s career was that he
‘outlived his banquet of Power. He
came to think that he was indis-

pensable to the politicians he had.

helped to the seats of the mighty,
and it was a great blow to him
when Lloyd eorge refused to

have him at the Peace Confer-
ence at the end of the Firgt World
War, Perhaps it ted to his tragic
méntal breakdow ,and . sudden
death not long after. 4

Even to the e








mained a journa “They say I
am mad! Send a for the
full story” was telephone
mé@€ssage to the ~ He had
many faults, inst and cruel-

ty among them, t he remains
a symbol of the ss and
humaneness of the British Press.
Every journalist to-day has some-
thing to thank Northcliffe for,
especially the women, for whom
he opened the gates of Fleet
Street.
* ok se
Portrait Painters by Allan

Gwynne—Jones Phoenix 32/6.

As a layman, wiint I always ap-
preciate most in a book of paint-
ings are the few coloured prints
one usually finds among the half-
tone reproductions. This book has
mone, and I think that is a pity,
for in my opinion no half-tone
picture can ever do justice to an
oil painting. Hbwever, I must
add that the 163) reproductions in
“Portrait Painters” are excellent,
and combined With the text they
provide an interesting record of
the development of portrait-paint-
ing in Europe, from Greco-Roman
encaustic portraits to the end of
the nineteenth century.

Writing about me maracter of
English art, the author suggests
that the English are inclined to be
over-modest about their artistic
achievement. He points out that
from about A.D. 1000—1300 the
English school of illumination was
the finest in the world, this art de-
pended on the fervour of the
emotion behind it, which was a
compound of superstition and
deep religious faith. As this ar-
dour cooled—and it had cooled
much by the time of Chauger—
the art entered into a gradual de-
cline. ’

The outstanding characteristic
of English art is its naturalness,
its qualities coming from the heart
rather than the head. “. .We
haye something of our own,”
writes Gwynne—Jones
directly we forsdke the line of our
natural genius we lose rather
than gain. Weare no good at ab-
sorbing theories’ “Let us admire
the French and _ others,
copy them.”

but not



Israel Speeds To
Bankruptcy

“You can't fail us now” is the cry as the once-abundant Supply of
American Cash begins to dry Up ;

By Kenneth Macaulay

TEL AVIV,

IT is no special novelty for this
new nation of Israel to face a
crisis, "%Se%e 2 vd %y, as

One more, ‘therefore will not
stop the determination to “pack
in immigrants from foreign lands
as hard and as fast as transport
can fetch them.

It is a strangely moving ex-
perience, this gathering in of the
Jewish people from all parts of
the world, where they have been
Scattered by events and biblical
promise. » a

Moving it is, because the “Law
of Return,” which is part of
Israel’s Constitution, means that
every month brings more mouths
to feed and bodies to clothe from
resources already strained and
from a larder seriously low,

Every month the tide is rising
to a flood. In August 19,000 souls
Were returned to their homeland
In the next three years they plan
to bring in 600,000 people.

Prime Minister Ben Gurion
Says, “It may be politically irra-
tional and economically not feas-

ible. But since when has & mother

refused to save her own children?”

Challenge ....
SO this is an act of faith and a
direct, deliberate, and downright
challenge to the orthodoxy of

economics. Israel ee not care.
The drain of Israel’s asure goes
on. An immigrant costs £600

from the time he arrives in the
homeland until he becomes an
economic, self-supporting unit.

Not all this cost, of course, is
borne by the State of Israel.
Great sums have been found by
Jewry in America and Britain,
but Israel herself claims she has
shouldered a staggering burden on
behalf of world Jewry.

The logical course to take would
be for Israel to gear up her econ-
omy to meet the steady pressure
of immigrants, to further plans
for housing, agriculture, irrigation,
and light industry. This is ortho-
doxy. Israel will not treat with
orthodoxy.

It may, they say, be later than
we think. There are 1,400,000
Jews in Eastern Europe, Africa,
and Asia seeking to come to
Israel. There are 80,000 Jews in



Question
The Editor, The Advocate

SIR,—In your daily news of
Sept. 28, Mr. A. E. S. Lewis under
the head Public Utilities is seeking
the assistance of Messrs Smythies
and Shepherd because he knows
they can help him with a point he
tried to make during the second
reading debate on the Public
Utilities Bill. The point is that
on and after the setting up of
the proposal board, all labour
troubles affecting wages or other
monetary concessions. (if any) to
employees will be thrown square-
ly and heavily on to the shoulders
of the board, because he could not
see how any board, person or thing
could dictate to any person, com-
pany, corporation or else the price
at which they should sell any com-
modity or service, or fix the profit
they should make, without at the
same time either directly or in-
directly determining the salaries
and wages they should pay.

Now, Sir, by your permission, I
am asking Mr, Lewis one question
and demanding of him an answer
without delay as a representative
of the people including shopkeep-
ers. Does the competent author-
ity determine the wages and sal-
aries the wholesalers and retail-
ers should pay?

L.£.S

Iron Curtain Poland. These peo-
ple were given to September 1 to
register their intention of going to
Israel: More than 50,000 registered
but only 12,000 have so far left
for Israel.

Israel’s belief is that unless they
come soon they may never come
at all. The shadow of a new war
does not frighten Israel so much
as the possibility of Jews being
trapped in Europe and Arab lands

The march of events makes
rescue imperative and Israel is

WH ready to strain economy to bring

them here at all costs.

So, in the peculiarly apt words
that architects use, speed is the
essence of the contract.

But can Israel do this? All she
asks of time is three years, Then
in 1953 she believes her popula-
ticn can be more or less stabilised
at about 3,500,000 souls,

= =
Sacrifices

TO appreciate the effect on‘ her
economy consider what would
happen in Britain if 15,000,000
people from Canada, Australia,
New Zealand, and South Africa
were resettled in the homeland.

In the next three years Israel
is prepared to find from her own
resources £187 million towards
resettling 600,000 people. To do
this, sacrifices have to be made

Food rationing was introduced
for the first time a year ago,
clothes rationing three weeks ago.

Breakfast in my hotel this
morning was orange juice and
bread and apricot jam. The menu
is plainly marked Austerity.

‘rho Heer’

Maybe it is thought a good thing
that Jews from America who come
a-visiting should be brought to
realise that there is a crisis on.
How like wartime Britain it all
is. The beer runs out at the end
of the week; the meat does not
always arrive.

There are as many queues for
food, for buses, for cinemas in
Tel Aviv as in Tottenham, The
Israeli gets four ounces of meat
a week. He cannot take his ration
in veal or lamb. There is not any
veal or lamb. It is just meat.

There is no butter at all.
There is just over 2lb. of sugar

College Lunch

The Editor, The Advocate
R,—Please grant me space in
your valuable columns to correct
a statement which was made con-
cerning “Lunch at College”,
Stating that John’s drink-cart
only has two dozen glasses is in-
correct. No drinks are dished out
until the boys have called for what
they need, yi
JOHN,

Sweet-drink Vendor,
Sept. 30, 1950,

Books

To The Editor, The Advocate

SIR,—I would be grateful if you
would allow me to appeal to your
readers for books to be sold in aid
of the Poppy Funds (St. George’s
and Christ Church special effort).

The sale of books will be held
on Friday, October 6, at Emtage’s
Electrical. Co. Broad Street,
through the kindness of Mr. Percy
Emtage,

Any books for this sale should
be left at Ladies’ Club, 33 Broad
Street, before October 6.

S. E. ARTHUR.
Yorkshire,
Christ Church

a month, Clothing coupons are
enough for one pair.of shoes a
year. A suit would take 2% years’
“coupons, Petrol is 5s, 6d, a gallon.
Scotch £11 a bottle. ~

What is to prop up this crazy
economy, determined to hurtle on
its way until it hits the buffers?

Her Ho

The Arab Statés believe that
the time wi'l come when Israel
must seek more living room. They
believe this State cannot possibly
support a population of 3,500,000
in any circumstances,

Israel disagrees, She believes
the only obstacle ih the 'way of
feeding such a population is
£200 million to be spent in irriga-
tion. The soil is fertile enough if
scientificially farmed, and the
850,000 acres now under cultiva-
tion could be expanded to a
million and a quarter,

On this 3,500,000 Iseaelis could
raise cattle for meat three times
a week. There would be fruit,
vegetables, and potatoes enough
and to spare for export. Olive
groves now being replanted would
solve the problem of ‘sts.

Until these things come to pass
the strain on, the country’s
economy is enormous.

‘No Choice’

But Israel hopes — more, she
demands, that American Jewry
keeps faith with the ideal of
Israel. It is plainly and bluntly
said American Jewry has not yet
begun to make sacrifices. Worse
than that, dollar contributions to
this unofficial “Marshall Ald” are
falling. There has been a drop of
£500,000 this year.

The Arab war has been won,
says Israel, but the peace is ia
danger of being lost unless the
dollar flow continues in an unfail-
ing stream.

American Jewry must. send
£357 million worth of dollars in
the next three ene - +. or else, |

When Israel’s war with the
Arab States was on, they cheered
themselves with, the thought that
they had a secrét weapon called
“No choice.’ Israel believes to-day
that she has no.ghoice but to go
on—some say recklessly.

—L.E.S.

teens

Well Done

To, The Editor, The Advocate,
SIR,

Oh Sons and Brothers of the soil
Welcome! Ye Monarchs all

Know ye time, ne'er will efface
Each link its part so nobky played
That the triumph! Glory ! and falth

Are indelible, on the face of time

This blithe game symbolic of fortune
frolies

“In gayest mood,” . . Heritage of
our tropics

On Formal soil, the purple leather
Subtle and coy, ends apace
Kissing the face of Magical Willows
To hound and chase the red on green,
The fatal click on the “Dismal Three”
This game played with irrestible glee.
tos

Whilst far away ‘on the vanquished
8

step:
With spirit of freedom as your hosts,
Their Sons and Daughters good-will

shared,

Your guide, the will to be,

An unfriendly clime its ardours felt,
Impartial yes! To hosts and guests
You conquered! None the less.

Day after day each Carib’s heart
Its message of love and Sunshine wbent

‘Twas not in vain, as you won fame,
And more! you gave rare happiness.
Welcome ... Well done .. . God bless
And as nicht fells

Her shadows to enfold

Yon bright rays will always shine,

On your inspiring deeds. |
Hence as we humbly bow in praise,

Posterity will ». annals acclaim
Reoords! Tetumphe! Fame! Immortals
GOULBOURNE BROWNE













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Canada’s

By D'Arcy O'Donnell
QUEBEC.

ga a,setting reminiscent of the talks here!

inl prior té the formation of the Domin-
ion, the 11 Canadian governments met here
im late September to attempt anew to find a

solution of the country’s complex constitu-
tional problems.

Prime Minister Louis St. Laurent and the
10 provincial premiers gathered around an
oblong table in the legislative assembly to
discuss again the possibility of giving Canada
complete constitutional independence. The
meetings were a resumption of a federal-
provincial constitutional conference held in
Ottawa last January.

The constitutional problem dates back to
1887. Then Canada_was a British colony.
When the provinces decided to federate they
had to ask the United Kingdom parliament
to pass an act under which the federated
provinces would optrate. The act was known
as the British North America Act and be-
came the Canadian constitution.

STATUS CHANGED
Since 1867 Canada’s status has changed to

that of a sovereign nation, To-day Canada is

the only member of the Commonwealth and

the only sovereign power in the world with-

out ful control over her own constitution.
The United Kingdom parliament still has to
be asked to approve any constitutional
joint jurisdiction of the federal and provin-
ciol governments.

No government likes that position particu-
larly. The United Kingdom parliament

rest in Canada. But so far they have been
unable to agree on a formula for making con-
stitutional amendments once the power is
transferred from the United Kingdom to
Canada.

The conference received a report from a
ccmmittee of attorneys-general established
lest January. The committee was asked to
try to harmonize the views of the provincial
svvernments on a proper formula for future
constitutional amendments. After meeting
in private in Ottawa last August, the com-
mittee reported substantial agreement had
been reached but that there were still some
points of disagreement::* + wt

It is believed that most of the disagree-
ment centres on ‘sections 91 and 92 of the
B.N.A. Act. They contain some of the main
powers of the federal and provincial govern-
ments. Some of the provinces are said to

fcel that no change should be made in
the sections without the unanimous consent

of all provinces. Others feel that no province
should have the power to veto a change con-
sidered desirable by a majority of the prov-
inces.—C,P.

N.Z. Air
Force Unfit

By J. C. Graham

WELLINGTON, N.Z.

New Zealand’s air force is unfit for war
service either at home or overseas, according
to the chief of air staff, Air Vice-Marshal
Sir Arthur Nevill:

In his annual report presented to parlia-
ment he said that progress had been made
during the past year. However, he added:



“Much remains to be accomplished before

the operational control organization is fit for
war in this theatre and before any units of
the regular air force reach the minimum
strength and operational efficiency necessary
for service overseas,”

He placed the blame chiefly on the insuf-
ficient response to recruiting campaigns for
ground staff and to problems arising from
the continued use of obsolete aircraft, "The
most modern planes in use in any numbers
in the air force are Mosquitoes, all other
planes being of still earlier vintage.

UNIT OVERSEAS

Despite Air Vice-Marshal Nevill’s state-
ment, a small unit of the New Zealand Air
Force has been operating overseas with con-
Spicuous success since late last year.

A transport unit of Dakotas stationed at
Singapore has been taking part in the air-
lift to Hong Kong and also in the campaign
against the rebels in Malaya on supply-drop-
Ping missions.

As a major step toward improving the
position the government has already placed
orders in England for large-scale re-equip-
ment. The planes selected after lengthy in-
vestigation as most suitable for New Zea-
land requirements are the De Havilland
Vampire, a jet fighter-bomber, the Handley-
Page Hastings, a four-engined long-range
transport, the Bristol Freighter, a twin-en-
gined short-range transport, and the De
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would like to be relieved of a chore that at
sorne time might prove embarrassing. The
Canadian governments would like to see the
power to make all constitutional amendments

and |
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THURSDAY, OCTOBER 5.

Pat eas ee

1950

AT THE ATHLETIC SPORTS MEET



(LEFT). Ace cyclist KEN FARNUM takes the lead in “Devil takes

ture, won the race to score his
makes a good sprint to win by

LUMBER
ARRIVES

IN LARGE QUANTITIES

AS at the inner basin

yesterday was centred on
lumber, Large quantities of lum-
ber could be seen packed up on
all three sides of the basin and
regularly lighters, heavily loaded
with even more lumber, came into
the basin and tied off.

All of this lumber was brought
to the island over the weekend by
the S.S. Woldingham Hill. This
4,243-ton vessel, under the com-
mand of Capt. Dewar, arrived
from Haiti with 1,352 bags of
poultry feed and 120 cartons of
dog meal for Messrs, Jason Jones
& Co. 40 spruce sweeps for
Messrs, Plantations Ltd., its con-
signees, rough pine lumber and
empty wooden barrels.

Ty TO YESTERDAY evening
signs of the hectic Labour Day
celebrations still remained in
Queen’s Park. The merry-go-
round was in its old position al-
though the horses were removed.
Bits of. paper, bottle caps and
various fruits skins were scattered
around the frames of what were
once well stocked stalls and a few
urchins could be seen looking
among these for a stray nut or a
coin that might have been drop-
ped by one of the merry-makers,
The cash booths, where the ad-
misson was collected, were still at
the Park gates and occasionally
one or two school children could
be seen playing a joke on their
friends. They entered the booths
and asked for an admission fee.
Within a few days the frames
of these stalls will all be taken
down, the Park will be cleaned up,
and the memory of Labour Day
will be a faded one until 1951,

OW THAT CHRISTMAS is

only a few months off the
majority of ships coming into
port have included in their cargo
toys, artificial Christmas Trees and
Christmas Tree decorations.

The most recent vessel to ar-
rive with these articles was the s,s.
Bonaire which came over the
weekend. It is under the com-
mand of Capt Dopheide and con-
signed to Messrs. S, P, Musson.
After unloading its cargo it sailed
for Trinidad.

It also brought cotton piece
goods, lighters, paper bags, smoked
red herring, rat and mouse
fraps, cognac, potatoes, onions,
butter churns, rolled oats, pearl
barley, beer, canvas and rubber
shoes, unsweetened condensed
milk and pork legs.

HE CROCODILE in the Park

made gooa use of yesterday’s
temperature which read 86 degrees
Fahrenheit in the shade, For the
better part of the day this reptile
could be seen basking in the sun
and although the space allotted
did not permit it to stretch out
full length, it appeared to be fair
ly happy. . :

One or two admirers carried on
conversations around the pool.
One chap, who had visited the
U.S.A. as an emigrant, recalled
seeing a large crocodile while on
his way to Salt Lake. He told his
friend that that “croc” was so
large that even bullets refused to
penetrate its body Eventually
they had to shoot out its eyes and
it died a few hours later.

The friend did not travel but
had spent most of his years in St.
Thomas. He told of some of the
funny antics of the monkeys of
that parish.

NDER the patronage of the
Rector of St. Joseph, Rev.
L. C. Mallalieu, the members of
the St. Joseph Dramatic Group
recently started their studies in
dramatic art.
All the members are taking
interest and the group is making

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Vice-President |
Urges Support Of
Workers’ Union

For. Political, Economic Progress

MR. M. E. COX, Vice-President of the Barbados Work-
ers’ Union, speaking at Labour Day last Monday likened co™mend acceptance of the after

political saboteurs to peopl

a dance, are the first to break it up.
Cox who spoke in place of Mr. Adams,

u ; : ist prize No. 3636 i Satan oo

President General, was stressing, as other speakers stressed, eaters ty eet Mee Abate, on a) ee 5 an Mh, te pr heh

the importance of Unionists standing solidly behind the or- ternational Su gar Agreement a « o themum. (2 kinds). Aster,

ganisation which had worked for their political and eco- which will go before the Interna- 6th {) 3981 Nigella, Balsam. Dahlia,

nomic progress during the nine years of its existence. tional Sugar Council later in the He 8. Larkspur, Gaillardia, Cali-

The speech was delivered frcn 1novement, to their leaders and Ya: f " , 9th 137 opsis, Nasturtium (2 kinds),
the roof of the Union headquar- incidentally to the community in ager tlnebie ab ake ieee take, ith ; ; a Mignonette, Indian Pinks,

< . Tested otis 4 ; a rests. é = 9 : , 2 ‘ar i 2 kinds y=

Su eee ors ae ee einem ae ee try of the region also came under iin ‘ ‘ ba Tock Misbuar tee kinds), ¢ How does
had marched in procession from questions on the basis of principle Cr ersacen meeting of British sth a : sas Canterbury Bells, Salvia x
aeons Park through the city to rather than personality. West Indies Sugar Association 16th 4. ° 4, 1967 (R e d). roeeee tee: she keep SO
ais wee of march- That was the basis alone on (Inc.) will be held in Jamaica on Godetia, Ageratum, Delphi-

The procession took place after
a religious service in the Park at
which Revd, B. Crosby preached
the sermon, and the Police Band
supplied the music. The day’s
programme was climaxed with a
Fair in the park which lasted un-
til 3 a.m.

Early Trade Union Days

Taking as his text the fourth
chapter of Ephesians, verse 25,
“We are members one of another,”
Revd. Crosby said that a few
months ago, Mr. Morgan Phillips,
Secretary of the British Labour
Party had declared that British
Trades Unions owed more “to ihe
Methodists than to Marx”. The
Statement which was made at the
International Socialist Conference
in Copenhagen had occasioned a
good deal of comment and not a
little scorn; but it was substan-
tially true,

Revd. Crosby spoke of the
early days of the Trade Union
Movement when many people
found their inspiration for the
service of their fellows in Chris-
tian teaching. He mentioned the
name of Jack Lawson and Peter
Lee, the last a loyal trade union-
ist, a trusted leader and a staunch
Methodist.

















Mrs. J. A. Toppin, Mr. R, D
M. Barnard, and Mrs. M. Barnard

Almair Pri
lmair Prize
Drawing
THE COMMITTEE of the Al-
mair Home wishes to express
their thanks and appreciation to
all those who so generously bought
tickets in the Grand Prize Drawing

in, aid of the Home. They would
also like to say thanks to those

“SUPERSEED” ) ==

FLOWER
SEEDS

THE SEEDS THAT

B.W.I.S.A.
Directors
Meet Here

The Directors of British West
Indies Sugar’ Association (Inc.)
met in Bridgetown, on the 2nd and
3rd October, 1950.

The Directors discussed several
questions arising out of the Long
Term Guarantee of Purchase of

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Sugar by His Majesty’s Govern- firms who so kindly gave the
ment, ’ prizes. SUCCEED
The following Governments re- The Drawing took place on

October 2 and the lucky prize
winners are asked to call at the
Almair Home for their prizes.
The lucky tickets were as follows:

by Sugar Producers: —Antigua,
Barbados, Jamaica, St. Kitts and
Trinidad. Advice is awaited from
the British Guiana and St, Lucia.

Antirrhinum (Snapdragon 2
Kinds), Zinnia (Giant Dah-
lia Flowered Mixed), Candy-
tuft, Petunia, Phiox, Marigold

e who having stowed away at

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which they could build with con- 29th and 30th October
fidence. They planned improve- Annual B.W.1. Sugar Technolo~
ments and developments, but they gists’ Conference in Mandeville,
would be all in vain if they left Jamaica, from 23rd to 27th.

out of account the human factor. Those present were:—

If they looked for a better world Amtigua—Director:; Hon, A. Moody
in future, then they needed better Stuart, O.B.E., M.C., Adviser, Hon R,

Cadman.
men, and the only way WAS — Barbados—Director: Hon. G. D, L. Pile
through the power of Christ. 0.B.E., Adviser: Mr. E. S. Robinson,
First speaker from the roof of Hon. H. A. Cuke, C.B.E., Mr. R. G. F
. . landeville
the Union was Mr. F. L. Walcoit. British Guiana—Director; Mr. W. A
He recalled that Mr. Adams was Macnie, C.M.G., O0.B.E., (alternate for
in Canada with the Molasses Mr._R. R. Follett-Smith), Adviser: Mr
7 F
Delegation, and molasses was 3 ‘Jamaica—Director: Hon, R. L. M
thing of importance to the island Kirkwood, Adviser; Mr. D. J, Verity.
Mr. Walcott reminded the peo- in a My ¥ et
ple that the following day would }AIwyn, jmterne ;
be a holiday in honour of the re- St.’ Lucia: Director: Mr. J. C
turn of the West Indies team. It Duboulay,

after the



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Bicycles Among cheerful /

Sports Prizes

Two bicycles will be among the
prizes to be given for wiis in cycle
events at Kensington Oval to—day
when the Amateur Athletic Sports
meet ends. One bicycle will be
given by Central Foundry for the
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But $6,000,000

ing out the wishes of the majority
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Hevhai was an example of the Rock Blaster Gets
$1,440

benefits they would enjoy as long
as they gave political power to
.
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those who had their interests at
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detailed account of the things the Chenery awarded to Beresford
i g "| Ss f Penny-
: Mies illips Party had done. As one example, Wright, a rock blaster o:
an rescore Faw ag ae the Barbadian Agricultural Work- hole, St. Fil, aan oe feds
ment to the Methodists of 50 years ¢TS this year had received from and eine Watkiisn's) Eargenea,
ago. He was in effect saying that the Sugar Industry approximately ee " e Wor ,
the British Labour Movement 7, Per cent more’ in’ wages than Ow ight received injuries to his
owed more to religious principles bo Of ceenet West Indiam ste foatrend rie hand while
neva, ‘Crosby said he regretted , The Union was not built on an blasting Scos of Saou EO
that that Christian influence was idividual, Mr. Walcott said. Harriman and Co. Ltd.. on March
not so easily discernible to-day, ach member should be prepared 11, 1950. ;
and he appealed to Unionists to ‘© take a greater share of respon- $1,440.00 had been paid in as
renew their attachment to the “ibility. The Adult Suffrage Bill compensation to Wright by the
Church of their choice. Their W®S Passed abolishing the money company and he has aiready
sense of comradeship would be 22d property qualifications, and drawn $110.76. ,
enriched by being linked to the "°t only would every one who Wright was treated at Dr. Bay-
Christian ideal—the brotherhood @d reached the age of 21 have a

ley’s Diagnostic Clinic and the
of man being based on the father- "i8ht to vote but to run for the jnedical evidence was to the effect
hood of God. It would help them

House as well. that recovery will not take place.
to place the emphasis on others

He did not think, said Reva.



They should not vote for those

: . Each
rather than on self; on giving who had said that they were too 000 if million, approximately half came
rather than on getting. ignorant to vote, 2» Bags 0 y from 7s United Kingdom, $5
Responsibility Mr. Walcott thanked Revi. piton from Canada, $5 million

e
It would bring to them a deeper Crosby for’ conducting the Ser- Rice Come



sens ibili e vice and the Police Band for
eee eee a supplying the music. TWO THOUSAND bags of B.G.
Mr. Cox said he was grateful rice +r bromast to pigg ae 4
i t i i the Schooner Frances . sm
rapid progress. This is yet for the honour they had paid him

by choosing him to deliver the Which arrived over the weekend,

Presidential’ Address He retraced It also brought 600 bags of char-,

briefly the history of the Labour Coal, ten tons of firewood and other

the parish and many parents have Movement in Barbados and paid gencral cargo.

offered their assistance. . tribute to Mr. Adams whom he Three passengers—Charles Bar-
There was formerly a dramatic described as a man of the highest row, Marjorie Barrow and Susan

group in this parish but its mem- jntegrity, Daniels — also arrived by the

another attempt to improve the
cultural standard of the youths of

8 Behind Imports

(From Our Own Correspondent)
GEORGETOWN.

Although British Guiana’s ex-
ports recorded an increase of
32'2 million at the end of August
over the eighth-month period
last year, there is still an ad-
verse trade balance of $6,092,173
Compared with the 1949 trade
balance, the deficit is $24 million
more than it stood at the same
time last year.

Imports up to the end of August
were $36,469,742 or $3,753,359 in
excess of imports for 1949
Exports amounted to $30,377,569
or $24 million more than for the
Same period last year,

Of the total imports of $36



from other British Poss
8% million from
tries,

Exports to Britain amounted to
$9,571,468, which is approxi-
mately $2% million less than the
Home Country bought in 1949

Largest single item bought by
Britain from British Guiana
during the first 8 months of the
year is sugar, amounting to

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bers lost interest. Smith, 46,850 tons ($6,160,601)—one mil-
; Support Asked Four other intercolonial vessels lion dollars less than in 1949
‘WHE MOBILE CINEMA will brought cargo. They were the Only other item exported to 10, 11 12, & 13 Broad Street
give a Show at Newcastle Mr. Cox asked members to Lady Noeleen, Wonderful Counsel- yeach a million dollars was rum, f . :
Plantation yard at eight o’clock| stand solidly behind the move- lor. Belqueen and Daerwood. $1,863,865 worth of which went
tonight for the benefit of residents | ment and not allow themselves to The Daerwood arrived from St. {,' Britain.
of the Newcastle and Martin's} be carried away by saboteurs who Lucia with 247 packages and 116 Although currency regulations | = ————— See EE eee :
Bay areas of St. John, had done nothing in the past to bunches of fresh fruit, 41 bags of limited importations from Can. oe
, contribute to the good of the cocoanuts, 23 bags of charcoal, one ada to less than one-sixth of the
Union but who wanted to come in bag of pumpkins, two be total value of our imports, _ the
Beaa# G@ @ @ j* the last moment and break it apie) - none of peanuts and ten Dominion bought more than hal/ IN OUR DRY G
" vgs of copra. ; . : 7
Sans seas ! “Par. Cox too stressed the import- ‘he Noeleen brought 1,700 loose Of B.G.’s exportable produce, the

ance of political power, without cocoanuts, 12 cords of firewood, 23

which, he said, there could be no packages and 14 bunches of fresh

6 !}economic advancement. fruit from pereee. int nn
The speaker then appealed to sellor’s cargo was ma

and Livestock members of the Union to support bags of copra, 57 bags of cocoa-

the Beacon Newspaper and the nuts, 40 bags of charcoal, 75 posts,

Union’s Canteen. Why should they seven bunches and five packages
‘jenrich others and impoverish of fresh fruit from St. Lucia. a
themselves where the Beacon and The Belqueen arrived "i
the canteen were concerned, he copra, arrowroot, cocoanuts, tins
asked. of fish oil, pumpkins, pears and

fresh fruit.

He was glad that they had The Counsellor, Belqueen, Noel-
turned out in such large numbers cen. Frances Smith and Daerwood
in the absence of their President, are all consigned to the Schooner
Mr. Adams. Mr. Adams would be Owners’ Association.

glad to know that they had that Eri
CASH LIFTED

sense of responsibility, With those
qualities they would keep ever
WEEKEND thieves broke and
entered the home of Rosalie Hunte

forward until they reached the

goal they had set themselves.
at Canewood, St. Michael, between
Saturday and Sunday and took

Mr. D. D. Garner also made a
value of



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wees s5elb. tins 3.90

A by 4 7)
ur A de? }
Re tee a

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“close your ranks” appeal. He as-
sured them that his support was
for the B.W.U. because he felt that

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total amounting to
an inerease of over $4 million
over last year’s exports to this
country.

Nearly a million tons of bauxite
made up half of the total exports
to Canada, and sugar to the value
of $7,342,000 made up the greater
part of the other half.

$15,477,860,



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L-drivers at London Transport’s
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oo . = 5 ; it was the best organisation in the . 18. loudspeaker in th iver’: ; " :
SOUTHWELLS MINCED MEAT ............1-Ib. bots 66 island to defend their rights. pane matter was ner pe The learners are told to oa a Blue and Old Rose 70 inches wide at Note our price
olice yesterday a . :
PULSE ER en PIM Sef pages yt + ae ‘# Thanks making investigations. commentary on their actions, d
Harold Nurse of Wharton's Gap, bear + perhamed on an instructor only $2.31 per yard. $3.88 per yar
FTE Ala bi SETE TAL coe cca her we ek »” 34 : . St. hael, reported the loss of @ e back, :
CURRANTS «+++. sserpess er in . epee Di ars tate Ry Sac hen his tailor shop at Ste- Judge of Observation ‘ — Al li in—
vote of thanks to end that part of ; roe Vil A don Tra rt offictal said: so new lines in
RATION Sl cir le Cg eg RI Re rere tak See ay iy +46 @lthe celebration. phenson’s Road, Carrington - __A London Transpo official sai bain thn db d Li ac ;
It continued in the Park with lage, on Sunday onis {thinking aloud’ helps the Ladies Scarves, Handbags and Lingerie
Crawfords Almond SCOTCH SHORTBREAD ..per tin 1.25 dancing, cricket, boxing, plenty on ehieediis det ooed as oo. teens , 4
i 2 sale to eat and drink, and the local UT Of Sete emer For men we stock the famous rand an
ee er ae ee eee oe siaa pote on tt gr ete AER Peel Oe “ i apparatus b “John White” Shoes and we carry the widest a a 4
ping-ponging people’s feet into t at about 9.40 : : oer a * .
Crawfords Tartan SHORTBREAD Sha 5 be ee 1.17 movement, More children than oa va we is oe ae overcomes the difficulty in bu: selection in town.



l-Ib pkgs 62 grown-ups made dizzy turns on Musta Crichlow at Murrell’s Road, os ie a ae
ye pkgs. 7 the merry go round, and more Carrington Village, St. Michael, 2 si apar' — ne | hil ‘ f
er tin 40 grown-ups than children lost and and destroyed a portion of the Drivers ee ae ‘hie —
very : won in the Bingo stalls roof and partition thoughts on every hae gary a * :
% Dancer Madame de Fleur, ani The house is boarded and and notice—from ¢ ce ae =p BROAD STREET
x Calypsonians, the Mighty Charmer, shingled and not insured. The and braking to seeing re ec — | —_—_
% {Small Island Pride, and Lord Fire Brigade were quick to arrive of oncoming traffic in corner-s 10p |
* Coffee put on a torrid concert in on the scene and the fire was soon windows at busy jun “Ts a ee
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PAGE SIX

Home
Sweet
Home

By DON TAYLOR



FROM a!! over the Empire, the
Speaker of Dominion Parlia-
ments and Colonial Legislative

Councils are converging on Lon-
don.

This month these distinguished
visitors will be guests of honour
when the new House of Commons
Chamber is opened.

Remember those dark and
dangerous days, way back in 1941,
when our fortunes seemed at the
lowest ebb? Greece was being
overrun. We were being ham-
mered in the Western Desert.
Iraq was aflame.

Their Gifts

It seemed the crowning blow
when, on the night of May 10,
a German bomb destroyed the
very meeting place of the House
of Commons itself

The opening of the new
Chamber is rightly an Empire
oecasion. From every single coun-
try of the Empire have come gifts
—doors, chairs, tables, inkpot
Stands, and the like.

In the Prime Minister’s confer-
ence table there is a piece of wood
from every part of the Empire

It is fitting that it shou'd be so—
for to all these countries has
Spread the British system of gov-
ernment .

437 Seats

In the new Chamber twin
sources of countless parliamentary
jokes will disappear. For ampli-
fiers will do away with the
inaud ble, speaker, and air con-
ditioning will keep drowsy mem-
bers © ake.

The foor dimensions are the
sume as before, but the Chamber
is better proportioned.

There eve still not enough seats
for all M.*s—only 437. But there
is roon “for 326 “strangers”—and

161 reporters.
€hurchill Arch

One mere significant toueh—fire-
damaged stones from the old
building*are used in the entrance
from the Commons lobby. And
it is called the Churchill Arch.

“Hone. Sweet Home’. Mr.
Churchill has always called the
Chambé? during the long absence

1
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MR. AND MRS. J. VAN PATTEN—were intransit to Strifiam by
the Bonaire on Tuesday.

Surinam Settlers
A Bad Selection

Mr. J. VAN PATTEN, Com
missioner of Nickerie, Surniam,

C.C. Disappointed
Not Consulted On
Public Holiday

accompanied by his wife and

two children was an_intransit ‘he ; . :

passenger for Surinam on the .,L0¢ Chamber of Commerce is

Bonaire. disappointed that Government
Mr. Van Patten expressed the did not consult them in making

view that the failure of the Bar- Tuesday a public holiday.

bados settlement in Surinam might The Council held a meeting on

have been due to insufficient care Friday and decided to write Gov-

in selecting the settlers, ernment expressing their feelings
——— on the matter.

The letter was sent to the
Colonial Secretary by the Cham-
ber’s Secretary and reads:

Sir:—I am instructed by the
Council of the Chamber of Com-
meree to write you on the subject
of the pubiic holiday proclaimed
by His Excellency the Governor
for Tuesday, October third,

Commerce
Council Will
Grant Leave

TO MEMBERS OF THE
CHAMEER

My Council wish to state that
the Chamber of Commerce is a

BARBADOS ADVOCATE

| Venezuelans
Want
Interpreters

YOU have a paradise for
island and you do not know
Mr. Julio Martinez, “prominen
tourist businessman of Venezuela,
told the members of the Chamber
of Commerce when they held a

{Special General Meeting vester-

day.

The people of Venezuela re-
member the beauty of the island
and like to come here, he said.
but there are a few things which
need looking after in order to
keep up their interest and en-
courage them to come,

Mr. Martinez listed these as
clean beaches and interpreters to
help the Venezuelans at the air-
port and in the stores

He said that he was one cf a
Commission to work tourism i:
Venezuela. He had now come to
Barbados and bélieved that he
was one of the biggest pushers
of the effort to make the island
of real tourist interest to Venezue-
lans. A big fevenue could be se-
cured from that source

$33 Per Day
Aviation had afforded a won-
derful opportunity for Barbadians

to do big business with the
Venezuelans. The cost of living
was high in Venezuela and to give
an example, an individual at a
summer resort there would hav

to pay thirty-three dollars per
day for three meals and a sleep
“We are big Scotch drinkers too
and when we find a double drink
for a comparatively few cents,
we say “Paradise beach is this
island.”

The Venezuelans could spend x
great deal of money here because
the articles were very cheap in
comparison with what they cost in
Venezuela.

The Venexuelans care to th
island to enjoy themselves and j
thought it was only fitting, that
to encourage them to come io

responsible oyganised body and, this beautiful island, hotel owne:

through its membership is repre-|should undertake ‘to have the
THE Chamber of Commerce at sentative of the majority of com-| beaches cleaned of sea egg shells

a Special General Meeting yester- mercial interests in Bridgetown
day, agreed to a proposal irom the They feel that they are competent
Council of the Chamber that the to express the views of the com-
Council should have the power to mercial body and they are willing

People who had to do with tha
Sale of merchandise should also
interest themselves in this

He thought too that some in-

grant leave of absence to members to assist Government in all mat-|terpreter should be kept at the
of its body for any period not ters of interest to the business prbest to help the Venezuelans

exceeding six months, and to ap- community:
point a member of the Chamber ei
to act for any member who ma The matter of proclaiming an

o be understood and that this
should also be done in the stores.



Georgetown |
Merchant Dies

(From Our Own Correspondent)
GEORGETOWN, B. G.
The Hon’ble Cramat Ally Me
Doom, 60 years old, died on y

it St. Joseph’s Mercy Hospital.

A merchant, landed proprietor,
cattle rancher and rice farmer, he
acquired a large area of East Bank,
Demerara and laid out McDoom
Village,

He was a delegate on the B, G.
Colonisation Deputation to India’
in 1924. He visited Trinidad and
other islands with rice delegations
from B. G.

He was nominated a member ot
the Legislature in 1947,

McDoom was a member of the
Council of the Rice Producers Asso-
ciation and Rice Marketing Board
and took active interest in activ
ities of thesé bod@ies as well as in
East Indian and Islamic Associa-
tions.



$2,500,000 Textile
Mill For Arima

From Our Own Correspondent
PORT-OF-SPAIN.

Machinery to the value of
$2,500,000 for the erection of the
textile mill at Arima, wil] ar-
rive next from the United States
of America, Mr. J. M. Safie, di-
reetor of Safie Bros. Textile
Corporation of the United States
of America, who are setting up
the textile mill in Trinidad, is
due to arrive in the island in five
weeks’ time to examine the
progress of the work. Twenty-
five acres of land belonging to
the Arima Borough Council and
15 acres of adjoining Crown
Lands has been cleared, for this
project. '



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\From Our Own Correspondent)
# PORT-OF-SPAIN.
THE Caribbean Development
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Fleurs, Trinidad, has got into the
market “to stay”. The beer. pro-
duced by this company, is now
on sale at the leading groceries
and shops, and many citizens who
have sampled it find it pleasing
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be granted leave of absence for #@ditional public holiday is one
ene month or more, of interest to the commercial body
This now forms the second 28d therefore my Council feel
paragraph of Rule 21 of the Rules ‘hut before a final decision was
of the Chamber. made that they should have been
The Council had consiciered this CCMSulted or at least advised

from it. “ULES.







: a ee necessary in view of the fact that ree Mitel ee in a

F f sometimes quite a few member; Tesolution passed at the recent
Mr; Joha Thorne would be on leave, ‘Thi venie une of the Reor peri oO ki Ik i Wise Morsers advise their
{HE death of Mr. John Thorne, there had been about six out af lettin ¢ athe ease = Une Gets skin rea y Clean daughters to take Paradol, and
ae ae cs . » the island at the same time euostiptt sais Whew) 1 Gren ean ciie thus save needless suffering due to

md s residence “Grey ; roca ih Sree
ox a. a tn an umes Mr. W. H Grannum made a Pog the report of which was sent , Qe Banishes perspiration odour péfiodic pising, Scientifically. com-
Oetoder 1, at the ripe age of 91 motion to the effect that no mem- '° You © Leaves body sweet and dainty | pounded from 4 ingredients, Paradol
ye Yr Joh; Thorne, to those who ber who had served on the Coun- My Council are disappointes lather that | helps relieve pain quickly--with no

Odex makes a deep c

were privileged to know him as “il before should be allowed to that Government has seen fit to is mild and gentle for face, hands and

disagreeable after-effects. Excellent
such, was no ordinary individual, serve during the sixth-month ignore the Chamber of Commerce

for headaches, too. The name “Dr.






; ; es daily S. is i family use,
but rather a man of deep learn— period proposed. He thought it in deciding a matter of importance aily baths. Odex is idea for = Chase" is your asstrance. 23
ing, keen observation and strong Would be a good Opportunity to to the business community. DR. CHASE’S
personal views on most subjects. ew a young man s gain some [| am further instructed to ad- ° ; Om .
An admirable feature of the man experience in serving on the vise that the decision to proclaim So WITH DELICIOUS; NOURI IN 5,
y ' Was, that he could differ most des Council. a holiday on the day following a PARAD i. . a

, perately with one on any subject, Mr. A. E. Taylor Seconded the Monday which is already a holiday
- whether of personal intefest or proposal but it was defeated when with only one day's notice is an
current topics, but however sharp the Acting President Hon. V. C unfortunate one. It has caused

may have been the clash of opin~ Gale gave the casting vote against serious inconvenience to baker-

ion or bitter the argument, such it. The voting had resulted in a ies, distributors of foodstuffs, both

was his culture and broadness of tie, five for and five against. wholesale and retail, shopkeepers

mind, that he was ever able to On the suggestion of Mr, A. FE. in the country districts, shipping
respect the ye view, and in- Taylor, the Chamber decided to companies and a number of minor
variably a friendship was either ask the person in charge at the industries. Wé have also been led

made or strengthened. John Airport to place the lists of ar- to understand that many branches |
Thorne. was educated at Lodge rivals on the building where they of labour, particularly in the |



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Sir Herbert Greaves Kt., and Hon, these unfortunate people.
The Weather

each nostril shrinks
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oe Joe See Bt On Bae T have the honour to be, ;
school he started his early business
Sir
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Moon (New) October 11 Secretary, | ee es oo
Lighting: 6.00 p.m.

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give it a moment

gyric, declared that it was imps-
to dry

ber Surveyors from our midst. His sible for him “to pay this tribute

$4,200 PASSED

me

funeral’ took place the following
morning from his late residence,
from whence his last mortal re-
mains were borne by his col-
leagues both in the business com-
munity, amone his actual line of
business and friends, The funeral
rites were performed by the Rev.
Hinds, Vicar of St, Mary’s, the in-
terment . being at the Westbury
Cemetery, where quite a repre-
sentative gathering assembled” to
pay their last respects. He leaves
to mourn their loss a widow and
seven children to whom we extend
our sympathy in their bereave-
ment.

s 7 “ eee

time he c anded the principal 7 4 STAMINA: - - - faves
tuisinest of the leading. crme’in | Rainll (Codrington): Na Bishop Anstey 8 I Pour some SACROOL r- mone +. : everybody loves the delicious

this capacity Increasing years and iy ot, Momh to Yester- Portrait Unveiled tone nak Sp orkling glass Bacau c 8 MORE ENJOYMENT. ©

failing -health limited his activi- iy , ‘ % ecause Saerool Conquers

fies, ars he retired from busingsa ee ee » 5 it algal (From Our Own Correspondent) ’ Ne \ PAIN : :
bout ‘ix years ago. Among his Testiewedsinn (Ges 568 PORT-OF-SPAIN. ‘eg ‘ et LAS Wh e NOW... a
“hh ex were fishing and rn des, F. , ' “An incalculable humility which rt ——— f= On Sale at - - - . More Reason Than Ever to }
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and observations made over a Barometer (9 a.m Henry Anstey, retired Bish ie s ea oS bane sanenee

; savility ; -m.) 29.983, y, e ishop of i For twice the shine in

aig J lle hal Beh en Nyala (3 p.m.) 29-898 °° ‘| Trinidad, and Arehbishop of the} 12 Spread it over | 3 Polish ight)
well appreciate the happenings he West Indies. So said Canon J. D. ” i gle ca A er > half the time, just use
could relate. ls passing removes St ae ete i Ramk ‘ 3 s € — that's
the last of the old school of Lum- vic, decletan a 2 long pane





FOR SPEAKER without emotion.”

THE House of Assembly passe) 50,His Excelleney the Govern-—
$4,200 on Tuesday to cover tho OF, Sir Hubert Rance, heard when
expenses of sending His Honour the 2€ attended the Teachers’ Hoste!
Speaker and Mrs, Husbands to at- for Men on Park Street, Port—of-
tend the opening ceremony of the Spain at the unveiling of a po--
hew Chamber of the House of ‘ait of Bishop Anstey,

Commons,



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Vestry Authorised End oi
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To Make Loan f
r VIENNA.
A Bill to authorise the Vestry or The Nazi five-pfenning | coin,

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FIRST TO STEP ASHORE McPherson

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T'dad’s Legislature
(From Our ,Own Correspondent)
KINGSTON, Jca. Oct. 3
The Jamaica House of Repre-

sentatives Wey seein J. A.
McPherson ex-MiniSter of Educa-
tion in the Igst Labour Govern-
ment to represent them at the
inaugural session of Trinidad’s
new Legislature on October 20 in
place of the Hon. C. C. Campbell,
Speaker, away in Britain attend-
ing the formal opening’ of thé’new
House of Commons, s

The Legislative Council will
be represented by the President
The P.N.P} member Wills Isaacs
questioned the sending of an offi-
cial representative trom Jamaica
to Trinidad when on the occasion
of the inauguration of Jamaica's
| Legislature, no West Indian repre-
sentatives attended from other
islands
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Demands Job:
Strikes Manager

From Our Own Correspondent
PORT-OF-SPAIN.
A man made his way into the
office of Mr. Donald Gibson, Gen-
eral Manager of the Trinidac
and Tobago Electricity Board,
and demanded a job. His demand
. was refused. He is alleged to
have struck Mr. Gibson. Many ot
the clerks in the ~ office fled
panic-striken in search of cover.
The intruder was under the
influence of liquor, and the staff
remembering the recent shooting
incident at the British West
‘ Indian Airways, took no chances
i in making their escape. The man
” ial attempted to make his get away
i Bivins when he was tripped by one of
nztietaeen Ad ; y be ees ote Sannenee A
5 DRESS OF WELCOME pr. erce fight followed.

dard, and the W.I. cricketers on Tuesday. PR ee





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Some of the remaining cricketers acknowledge the plaudits of the crowd.

STATE TELEGRAMS
ANDY MAN BUENOS AIRES: Private tele- be considered internal and charg-

grams sent by Argentina to -resi- ed accordingly at.the rate of ten
BOURNE: Commentary on dents of the Falkland Islands will centavos per word. But, since
alia’s labour shortage: Ricky cost the Argentine Government Argentina owns no post office in
aged 27, offers himself as 8d per word. An order published the Falkland Islands, al] messages

























ch, Field offers to work for that telegrams addressed to the panies, who charge 65 centavos
winner for 12 months in any Falklands, over which Argentina per word. The order states: “The
ity anywhere. Said Field: claims sovereignty, will henceforth State will pay the difference.”
cut timber, build fencing,

milked 36 cows night and¢°¥1—@@—————
g, and can cook too.” He g9OO999S69996:

s that if he can collect £1,000 WHY | SUFFER WITH INFLUENZA?

ve the required 124 percent
arity, he will still have £700
It is dangerous to trifle with Influenza,








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So save yourself the ravage of this disease by taking :—

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LLCO ASSES

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BARBADOS ADVOCATE

Shoes Cost
Boy His Life

(F Our Own Correspondent
GEORGETOWN

FOURTEEN-year. old Oswald
Woodcock was drowned in the
Demerara River yesterday morn-
ing in a vain attempt to recover
his yachting shoes which fell into
the river, His younger brother (13)
Winston, was fortunately rescued
by a fisherman.

The two brothers went on a
visit to a cousin who lived near
the Fish Kokeér, and when they
left the cousin’s home it was too
lete for school so they decided to
go down to the Fish wharf to
relax

When they were ready to leave,
Oswald who had taken off his
shoes, aceidentally toucheq them
with his hands, ang they fell
into the river. Both brothers
jumped after the shoes. Winston
is reported to have recovered
them, but in the meanwhile a
strong current carried .Oswald
away. Winston made a gallant at-
tempt to save his brother, but he
had to hold on toa pile in the
river to save himself, and shouted
for help.

A fisherman nearby went to
their aid, but Oswald had disap-
peared. Winston was taken.off the
pile and brought ashore. The
River police were called out and
carried’ out a search for Oswald's
body.

Faith-Healer laeres
For New York

(From Our Own Corresporm en
PORT-OF-SPAIN, T’dad

Rev. Harvey McAllister, Cana-
dian born Faith-healer, visiting
Trinidad at’ the moment, again
drew a tremendous crowd at the
Penticostal Church, in Woodbrook,
Port-of-Spain, last night. This
was a farewell service in which
he prayed for everyone, as it was
impossible to do so individually.
The large congregation in and out-
side of the Church Were told that
a fund was being raised in order
to bring the Reverend back to
Trinidad. They immediately sub-
scribed freely, and it is believed
that the amount ran into thous-
ands.

At the conclusion of a general
prayer, the “sick and maimed”
went to the platform where the
Reverend administered the min-
istry of ‘laying the hand’. Mean-
while, there was a_ tremendous
shouting and applauding outside
when the crippled threw their
crutches away and walked. Mr.
McAllister left for New York this
morning, after performing similar
healing work in Grenada.

3 Dead In Rio

De Janeiro
RIO DE JANEIRO,

Three more deaths were re-
ported this morning as the result
of disturbances during yester-
day’# elections.

Shooting broke out in the
towns of Campos, Milacema apd
Sao Pedro Da Aldeia in the



State of Rio De Janeiro between
_Pro-Government and Opposition
groups.

In Campos the deputy sheriff
was shot dead while endeavour-
ing to restore order and two local
politica} chief of the Opposition
were killed. —Reuter.

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Ivercarv Da ie
Anniversary Dance
will be held byw
OFFICERS and MEMBERS of
LEBANON FORESTERS
on Monday Night, October 9, 1950
at CHILDREN’S GOODWILL.
LEAGUE CENTRE,
Constitution Road
Mr. C. B. Browne's Full Orches-
tra will be in attendance
Subseription:—
GENTS 2/- -— LADIES 1/6








Refreshments on Sale and Bar
Kindred Lodges and Their Friends
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aacniahita ete
E a = a “ 4 ils a a " . [J SSSI FFS,
qt A S SIFIE D PUHLIC SALES | PUBLIC SALES Lost WANTED | BP WISE ADVERTISE | ee
i 4 BD Van f D OF ‘ E t ¢
ELEPH AUCTION ‘ SUPERB! i
i. T ONE 2508 < ie picks, Seek LABADOR PUPPY—Black with whe} —_ ° SS pale i
fete eibipicavanibbes-vebesalinnil aoe ; i ve ave ba Wamu we Call Tall : “STATE paws, and a smali bare spbt on his back EL - i
THANKS torseh his hodschadd ‘Pusvtiure at Mab H. G. Massiah, Murton Lodge, Collymore FOR YOUR INSURANCE 1 hey ¢a \
PUBLIC NOTICES | ce2 tere Tureay, 5m cay Oe. Rock $.19,80—2n. | GIRL — For Bookkeeping at one of the|f] NEZDS —— SONBULT 1 ow :
We the undersigned beg through this tober 1950 at 12, o'logk consisting pf | bslan's ieoding Chabs) Apply in ovr ANDREW D. SHEPPARD | |) § ®® NFW GAs COoKRRS
medium to express our gratitude to all Upright Sitting Chairs, Rockers, Sectee | “G@ >. Babdiele cee? aaC@nsinetcn | eve ee ee Series F.]ing to B.C. C/o Advocate Advtg. Office. | Representi i hey are just right :
those relatives and friends wh» attended Couch, Night Chair, Centre Tabies: Alu New TRoRd. Fontabetie, Wits Suites con- fee eee, ines tuck Sane > 1 ,10,80—1n. | Confederation Life Associatl } :
ihe funeral, sent. wreaths, cards, and in NOTICE in Mahageny. Larder. Wagon, Wagn| tains 1 Closed Gallery, 1 Drawing and | ,7Dn Sealy, Gio Dept. of Mignmes | ——~ — ecemeeeneemeene— Go F. B. ARMSTRONG L™>.. ) . TH iE THAT PREFERS
tot Cant satin axpremed. aq sapetny an Stands, "Single ant "Double Badsteds,| Dining Room, 2 Bedrooms, Kitchenette, |S, .2°esPort, Work Shop, Fairchild] QUALIFIED SHIRT MAKERS. Apply aerowr sansanos, |) Se eest
: our Tecent ‘bereavement occasioned BY| Applications for the Post of Parochial | Diniy ‘Mantle ‘Radio Table: Large Pine| Toilet and Bath. 6,200 sq. ft. of jana: | Street 5.10.50—In. | Reliance Shirt Factory Tel. e340 |.) OXF ONLY Leer
‘ A eee eet Bictert © and: Tid coke ee a ee Dining Table, Brass hanging Oil Lamgs,| Poe gecesi the yard also a Garage | o SWEEPSTAKE TICKET BOOK. — 2.0 ,
a , S me not Mater than . . ’ . Sert . ;
(Sons). 8.10.50.—In. Sctunday" Wh October Toad.” Abpiicants ODONALD DANuia, | Dial e412 5.10.50~)0. | "Sturn same to Dougie Harper, Spa MISCELLANEOUS ~
: a n ertificate, eal . : in | Bid, «St. Joseph 50—3n eid — “1 .
4 IN MEMORIAM Certificate, and Testimonials, and have a P2902) .] EW. BUNGALOW Buh ot BCE “4 =) |] Woules immediately. One Lady's COOK BOOKS Lb» Eliz. Cralg
seneral knowledge of Bookkeeping. . — Series WINTER COAT and GLOVES. hone also

8 ‘AKE TICKETS
IN loving memory of our decor be- Applicant must reside =| UNDER THE IVORY HAMMER Sanding an 8000 ca th wall pnetpeed | 2.0%, G.S0 ano 807s, MSs. A
7 ; y 3732. inder

the 5.10 ,.50-—an
IRENE PERKINS who de- eases One Lee pasaeces 3. Bee Situated at Worthing, near Golf Club. | yay) return same to i

BIRTHDAY BOOKS



leved sister





‘ parted this life on Oct. the 2nd, 192. ]¥P duties on the 25th of ’ BY received anply: Norma * . Bush Hall,
im A faithful sister a faithful friend All mppurstuns to_be sent to— Sth >. ee e For cl a aeat Py tame + | Michael, ” cse—in, ty, i "i
+ eo eres. cena eoona ~ D. GARNER Esqr., M.C.P, “ee eo =. are diel $105, on ; .—DIAl. 3301—High Street
4 Every day in some sweet way Marchfield, St. Philip. Senoel (1) Chattel ‘hee Xo win N99. 80—Hin. | ‘AKE TICKET — Series J. eneliiing and"
Her beautiful memory ¢omes our way 30.9.50—5n. 1 x 7 and kitchen 8 x 7. are ‘The. undersianed will set Up dor anle | Coe: r =, return same to emeouied
io ee ee Cash. isin Office, No. 17 High Street. AS er ? GOODING — Tel,
o words repay idgetown, on Friday the 13th day of 6.1000,—In. 19.9.80.-—16n.

What we lost 8 years today. OTI
Mrs, May Weeks Louise, Maud N' 3 CE _o Com

: stained ieoneenenpiomanpnnentniniadaentermas Messuage or Dwellinghouse stand-

Phillips sister) Tyrone Grandson) Applications for one or more vacant nS ing on_ 1,373

Mrs. May Prescod (friend). x St. Michael’s Vestry Exhibitions at the REAL ESTATE . . | Upper Roebuck Street, ioe Gan.
5.10'50—In.}| St. Michael's Girls’ School, will be vian Chapel.

neers | received by the Clerk of the Vestry up Inspection on application to Mr.

IN Loving Memory of my Loving to 4 o'clock p.m. on Friday 13th. Octo- ai? sont See we ~
; any day ‘except Sunday. ‘|ROYAL NETHERLANDS



For Hardware of every Description
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The midnight stars shine on the grave| ——————-———————_________—— | mission Very Attractive. Payments Made signed by me ANTWERP AND AMSTERDAM

Signed EVANS m.s. “Willemstad” Sept. 19th.
" WANS, BLCOCK | mis. “Oranjestad” Oct. ‘17th,

Bush Road, (Limited passenger accommodation
eae available on this vessel).

Of one we loved but could not save
Someday, somewhere, we hope to see
The face we keep in memory.

NOTICE within 48 hours after Sales, Satisfaction,
grees Deals and Payments Guaranteed
His loving wife and daughters. Re Estate of

Bargains Await You! Grasp Them!’

Just Imagine—a Spacious 3 Bedroom

10. SHEPHERD.
5.10.50—1n JAMES . Cottage, Good Condition, Modern Con-
veniences, Open Front Concrete Gallery,) “|

IN ever loving memory of our dear| NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that alll Suacious Yard enclosed wi The public hereb; rned
\ n rs x" are her
Son and Brother CECIL W. ALLEYN#| Persons having any debt or claim against| Fine View, Vacant, at See ean! giving credit to my wite ELEANOR

Husband HERBERT STUART who died| ber 1950. .
. on Ooteibar 4th, 1860. ws a Fg be the ao a or ‘Cuthbert Thorne, Pasture Road, a ee ore pple anager THE CENTRAL EMPORIUM
: That leads me to his grave and must not be less than eight (4) nor y 30.9. 50-—6f. | COTTLE CATFORD & CO STEAMSHIP CO. The M.V. “Caribbee" wil
‘ elle are . “eu, | more Wank See ee NRG , SAILING PRO ak eee =e ai . XENTRAL FO x yon ors
: But whom I could ot ae ee the 3st July, 1951, to te nn b: = BE WISE! DON'T .BE CAU Ls A a ee a = cor if Geuee a1 i rete cao '
5 At night when all is silent Baptismal Certificate y NAPPING! Save hundreds and Very ROTTERDAM AND Dominica, Antigua, Montserrat. + o an Tudor > 5
3 which must accom-| Often thousands of Doll P 8.8. “Hersilia’ Sept. 29th: 30th. Oct. Nevis and St Kitts Sailing
5 And sleep forsakés my eyes peny the an so) ars. Economy 8} PERSONAL . g i. . Friday 6th ) Sa
2 at inpnents are on the lonely grave, fed of will be noti- ; sane ene et on on —o . ! yor ,
e here my e lies. e tim z .
: Soe my e when and the place|de Abreu, a Trained and Experienced
&
j ry ORDER, — . ” ELCOCK

IN lov . ; by_ Treaty. No Sale or Sole Rights (nee Lynch) as I do not hol p

' anole tale IIS one teak so once cent, oF GicREDMAN,,.. | Demanded” Notning Sold or Secured tr] "N*M, nesbonable for her or Tanvone| Ria, “Bonaire” Oct. dra.
: tu » St. . fothing to ra Genuine Con- ng any debt or debts ‘ ¥
My tne 2nd, 1620. 1.10.50--7n | nections abroad and in the B-W 1.) Com.| â„¢Y name unless by a written order | SAMANG TO MADEIRA, PLYMOUTH,

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LIQUID PARAFFIN SYRUP OF FIGS.
and
RUSKS—Baby’s First Solid Food

Also a variety of CIGARS

as la the Estate i
who ay o.oo gnome | it et Bandta eet ions aaii| Man Aas eine, Pr, Woe, et | Sot vat Teale it hae’, "a : : ;
An si dena, | HEMEL, wap Sn, thine on he | Neg “Beton Yeas Mise] avons eke amet, Sy net adian National Steamships
rn r = some sweet way, oe ob aaa ee gate $45.00 p.m. each, at Navy ‘Gardens, debts in my name unless by a written
Kin Cars Le, fe eee oe clalms duly attested to me the. under- wee vocotene, (Seose ane oo, eae order Sea NEWTON BERESFORD
: ae aa teats aaa , Eustace oing for Under £1,850 and ne 4Sbove
What ave, ave owt tw, Year> (O-day. | qualided! “A@minkstrator | of
THE ALLEYNE FAMILY. bake on or before the 30th day of| }2 inch Stonewall Bungalow in an Area
$.10.50—1n. lovember 1950, as after that date 1} With Doctors, Near City, Vacant, Going
shall proceed to distribute the assets of} for Under £2,500.; An Ideal and Almost

ri rT | the deceased among the New 3 Bedroom 12 ft Ne tad
In loving memory of THEOPHILUS] thereto having regard = a Bungalow at Brighton Near each. The public are hereby warned against

DUDLEY SEALY, who passed away on| claims of whi only ing cred S01
. - 3 ch I shall then ver 18,000 sq. ft., Yields $40.00 p.m,.| lv credit to any person or persons
OTD ites 1940 he _ | notice and that I will not be Table oa Going for Under £2,450.; A 3 Bedroom whomsoever in my name as I do not
He lives yet in the hearts of those] assets so distributed or any part thereof | Cottage by Bank Hall Main Ra.; Spacious Old myself responsible for ansaue Tone
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Glebe Land, Station Hill

St. Michaei. |CANADIAN CHALLENGER . 27 Sept. 530 Sept. 10 Oct 10 Oe.
5.10.50—2n. | LADY RODNEY aN °

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alee ameriee cere eee Loving es Seer ee Oe Dee Auctioneer, Real Estate Broker & Valuer rx m.s, “Bonaire” September 15th soe ho s passengers es x ”
® " . pli ann . blic are hereb: ' St wucia, St Jineent, Grenada
5.10.50—In. | from the Vestry Clerk's ‘Office. Sell your Household Furniture, Cars} i. e pe ereby warned against | SAILING TO TRINIDAD, PARAMARIBO na Aruba Sail Thurstay
BY Etc., at Auction, and (your Properties] &!Ving credit to my wife DULCINA DEMERARA, ETC. ox rN a = Sailing ursyJay
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Apply to the Manager Drax Hall plan-
tation. 28.9.50—n.







SHIRTS Ready-Made and made to
measure. Shirts ordered can be deli-
vered within 3 hours. Fit and quality
fully guaranteed. Reliance Store, High!
St. 29.9.50—T7n. |

OINTMENT—We have in stock “Hex-
all Eczema Ointment” which is a good
remedy for Eczemas, Skin Eruptions,





on a private road called Nelson Road,
and on another private road called
Ventnor Road together with the mes-
suage or Dwelling Houge thereon catled
Radcourt” Buildings, &c., appraised as
follows:—The whole property appraised
to THREE THOUSAND AND FIFTY
POUNDS (£3,050.0.0.) Attached from
WHEYMAN ARNETT GRIFFITH for
and towards satisfaction &c.

N.B.—25% Deposit to be paid on day
of purchase.

the hands of the Director of Education by Saturday. 7th October,
1950.

27th September, 1950. 29.9.’50—3n.



Vacant Post of Assistant Veterinary Officer, Department
of Science and Agriculture, Barbados.
APPLICATIONS are invited for the post of Assistant Veterinary








Vessel





OUTWARD FROM THE UNITED KINGDOM

S.S. “SITHONIA” .. .. London

he teft behind to any person or tracting any debt or debts in name
The Sealy Family. ate ght or claim T Sughd ee ert are Bim x Wome Re 4 or unless by a written order signed by me. Barbados Barbados Boston Halifax Montreal st, Joho PAA SSS
5.10.60—In, Inotice ‘and all ‘persons indebted to the| Cottage at Worthing Main Ré., Right Signed KENNETH O'DONNELL BLUNT, | | oy NELSON tok. eo ‘a the ‘ |
. re requested to settle their] of Way to Sea, Spacious Yard, Yields Ja s : 10 Oct. 9 Oct. 20 Oct. 24 Oct | \ r . 1
FOR SALE ageounts with me without delay. $40.00 p.m., Going for Under £1,800.; St. A. Y RODNEY .. 9 Nov. 11 Nov. 20 Nov. = e 2: Nov. | () AL T Hd VE PERS
apitied this 4th day of September, | One ay. at ene peat) Com- §.10.50~—2n Y NEISON .. 28 Nov. 30 Nov, 9 Dec. — o 16 Dee | } = j wk
# mercia rea, Going for nder 14 cts. }
AUTOMOTIVE BM SHILSTONE, — | per sq. iL. 'G Me for Almost anything | WEETABIX—-BRIDAL ICING SUGAR—NESPRAY, 5 1b. Tins
— ————-~ | Qualified Administrator of the Esti os Havel aeaee—-50 pe a :
CAR — Hillman Minx October 194! e Estate of} Good and Attractive Buys with Assured 0 - oa ne ACH a
Ee Sn aaeeabtoith James Shepherd, deceaned. Soke Values —t Specialise in and Offer esults Of B.C.L. Drawin N.B.—Subject to change without notice. 4/) vessels fitted with cold storage cham COCKTAIL SAVOURY—JACOBS CREAM CRACKERS
Sok as Nae Oe aes ont tn] encanta Mency or Lannge) pire "ete cnidnignt "(Labour Sey) en ene oe ee appiieation to — CHIVERS CUSTARD POWDER—-CLUB CHEESE BISCUITS
* place at mi ight (Labour vy) in
Friday 6th at 2.30 p.m. JOHN M. BLA- NOTIC *E Prices—No High Pressure Methods. It ' “ - dase ‘ ee “ ts
DON — Auctioneer. Re Estat Fee NO, iecAire to Deel with Ween! Tue htc bclatioe Betas ot sh cigtiare GARDINER AUSTIN & CO., LTD. — Agents. |) TOMATO SAUCE—HEINZ MALT VINEGAR—LUNCHEON
1.10,50—gn. GORDON ee Buyers. A Tip to Sensible Buyers—The| won by Joseph Bellamy of Black Rock \ NB nN : cy E
a CEN ond Game Senseless may Follow—Contact all Agents} and sold by N. Watts of Shell ©.C —————— —— ied BEEF WITH CEREAL — PINEAPPLE JUICE OLIVE
SECOND HAND CARS, TRUCKS and NOTICE is here’ wi —Recognized, Private and ‘ayside,! No, 1595 Consolation Prize of five dolgts ‘
PICK-UPS. Value for money. Marshall} persons avin, by given that all] Compare Properties, Quotations (maybe}] won by Martin Franklin of Yrall ° DESSERT PRUNES — KRAFT FISH SUPREME GEORGE
& Edwards Garage, 48 Roebuck Street | or agrecti g any debt or claim upon] Quotations for some of the said Pro es!rold by W. Cheeseman of the China
30,9.60--Sa. | Sonemccung the cate (of | Gordon! shown), Values, reSale Values—if any.{ Doll Restaurant 0. PAYNE'S COCOA-—LIPTON'S TEA
in this Island on the.Sth day ot May ei reeks, Ree. Woe ee ak No. 3187 drew the third Consolation aos eae .
= > is id
ELECTRICAL 1960, are hereby required to send in} Keen and True Friends, Dial 3i11— gine Be ie ine saarcled Bhat, 00 RIDGWAY COFFEE 1lb. - TINS
nr ot car aniny Sere ane canaaian |fattamtad to Vinee eee, ey pees — ae soe Bough”, counterfoil has been received for this 4 2
= i 7 \s * — . o
ets legge rt phn Mecha Bs ues, ute = poe Tien Fer My Sign a a” Sg ae mt ol pa ecnar NEW ORLEANS BER VICE JOHN D. TAYLOR & SONS LTD.
automatic spinrinse. is ie —_— ee 5
never been used. Owner leaving Colony oo eee the 15th day of lovember| ENTERPRISE HOUSE and out build- ee ~~ oes. Ss flier Bros. Tudor eal": ie
Contact W. B, Hutchinson & Co. Dial| (* attsteute Tae } proceed] ings standing on 1% acres of land in Holders of Tickets No. 81 and No, 1595 OOD SEEPS POSE PLEVEN
4484. 1.10.50—8n. among the Teatine ot estate | Christ Chureh, and dwelling house stand-] should call on the Secretary at “St, Ives” » ?
So Revi ogee heres | ing on 7 acres of land at Enterprie®,) Welches and Fairfield for hale Prizes . %
MECHANICAL Baling ‘oral the debts and christ Church, adjoining the above % Ss
iitienceness | AM orion: tal eet : fot hs mentioned premises. J.M. HEWIET, NEW YORE 68B * CR N E VIL s
One hand operated BACON SLICING | liable for assets so a to to see Re nate toy Mare eames will be Hany. ‘Secty., B< Ee anile — ‘ A x
MACHINE. Apply B. V. Scott & Co., Shall ante of whose or claim I Enquire on Premises. 5.10. 50—6n. Po ny %
Ltd., Whitepark. 13.9.50—t.f.n. stalb vat haves notice at the time “BYFJORD" scih -nabiesii x AND %
; inate chi cual ; st September . »
RECORD CHANGERS Automatic y And all persons to the x. x
Garrard, from $38.70 to $54.84, while they; said estate are req tl CANADIAN SERVIC 2 .
Ae AE hci egame Sat] == GOVERNMENT NOTICES | socemovns “nee . €RANE VIEW {
9. -f£.n. a is 4th of | er 1950. ' k .
¥ "”A‘AIR, DEPART OF A Name of Ship Monee) ; Arrives * >
MISCELLANEOUS Qualified Administratrix of the Estate MENT UC. ON Sib, (@LCOA. paewen® " Halifax Barbados x
of Gordon Springer decgaced ST. JOHN BAPTIST BOYS’ SCHOOL—ST. JAMES S'S VALGOR ae Serena ath, Sebtember igth September 25th. x These valuable Freehold properties with over 42 Acres
CASKS—Fifteen Rum, Wine, Falernum ee ae
y and Porter! Ranging from thirty "to * Applications are invited for the Headship of St. John Baptist | NORTHBOUND ~ % are offered for sale as a whole or separately. Furniture
9 seventy. Gallons. Good Condition. A Boys’ School from teachers with at least 10 years’ teaching experi- Arrives > ee * ee ea
Reasonable Offer Gan Buy The Lo’ Barbad >s . may be taken over if required, ,
Dial 3111, D. F. de Abreus 3 a wi ence. The minimum professional qualification required is the Cer- [| Ss, ‘Atos PARTNER" October 7th For St, Lawrence River Ports. | 8 és
Ent. ene. Provost Maree ear 1008 tificate A of the Department or exemption therefrom. ‘AY Steamer Seltuae tin For Bt, Lawnence fiver Porta. | Full Particulars Obtainable from the Agent = = ~
MEN'S SHIRTS, - Largest, gorse ON FRIDAY the 13th day of October, Salary will be in accordance with the Government Scale for x
set i oan Metts | Menten agree ead | Mend Teachers in a Grace T Hlrnentary Schoo oe en ee ‘ JOHN M. BLADON :
sold at my office 1 " : - ,
Bread If for nee, eaeee a £t the highest bidder for amy sum not unde; Candidates who have already submitted application forms in Apply: DACOSTA & CO., LTD.—Canadian Service. x x
displeaige Yau, it can be Fe ihe appraised valuesaN that certain| resect of previous vacancies (now filled) may apply by letter ROBERT THOM LTD.—New York and Gulf Service 8 %
an STORE, High Sirect piece of Land containing by admeasure- P ahs Y y x Real Estate Agents—Auctioneers-—-Surveyors x
"98.9.0. -8n es a SCs wees stuate in Se accompanied by a recent testimonial. All other candidates should - : & = Phone 4640 lint ‘at Plantations Building %
———— GARDENS butting and Bounding ‘on| make application on the appropriate form which may be obtained H ARRI Q x PALE tet, itary
BLOCK STONE — 1/- a ft. delivered. | lands of Egbert Welch, of Mrs. Carol from the Department of Education. All applications must be in ° i OREO EES LEO REPS LIE EERE: 4
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Ring-Worm, Acne, Pimples and blotches “G Sry i
on the face, Price 1/- tin. aN a Provost ky. | Officer, Department of Science and Agriculture. Barbados. Applicants 8.8. “GEOLOGIST Liverpool
29.9.50--4n. .9.50—2n | must be Members of the Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons, Or} 3.5.0 “LLOYDCREST” .. London 10th Oct. 27th Oct.
—— are FFI hold equivalent qualifications The post is pensionabie and carries e ,
cae Toilet Recon: ivi iyic oder ys O CIAL NOTICE salary on scale of $2,880 x $144 to $4,320. Point of entry determined HOM eet
So TT eet ind egrasiies tat at Pee by experience and qualifications. Applications mentioning the names EWARD FOR THE UNITED KINGDOM
1.10,50--2n. ee APPEAL Ee of two referees should be addressed to the Director of aero lace Vessel For Closes in Barbados NOTICE
4 “CHAVA OM MEA EaNiee anole cmmultable | Jurisdiction) Bridgetown, and should reach him not later than 16th October, 1950.) 5.5. “MOONCREST” Londor Mid O . |
eee te eet Lae. Further details will be supplied on request. 20. 9.50.—3n} S.S. “JUNECREST” “ Liverpoo! Late October, }



guava cheese, suitable for sending to
— 3025,





your friends abroad. Dial . PEARL ALS Defendant
1.10.50—3n. F For further inf ti 1, -—
IN pursuance of an Order in this r information apply to-
be ee En agate
easy hholder to wi} Court in the above action made on the , 8. Applicants should possess some knowledge of engineering

DACOSTA & CO., LTD.—Agents

30th day of August 1950, I give notice’ surveys, elementary building construction, preparation of drawings in

to all persons havin | : :
Or interest in aving any estate, right) connection therewith, malaria control measures, land and house

brance affecting All that certain pfece| drainage and should be in possession of the Cambridge Senior School

As the Manufacturers have decided that repairs to one of
our Engines can no lo be delayed, the Cormyany has in
consequence had to put this Generating Set (900 K-W.) out of

Brownie Model “E” and Brownie Re-
flex. You can take snapshots at night
in your own home, BRUCE WEATHER-






















READ Lid. © 1.10.50—2n.

canaries en niastaeemmenhiemianiomaa| Ceperee Os tae aiiate at Uber i ic: j , ’

LANGDALES CINNAMON —— Lang- Co ymore Rock in the parish of Saint Certificate with a credit in mathematics. Experience in control of SA GUENAY TERM Ni LS commission and, owing to the reduction of standby Plant now
Gales concentrated Essence of Cinna-| Michael in this island containing by| labour would be an advantage. available as a result, may find it necessary to shed load at

. Y

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SOUTHBOUND SAILINGS
From Montreal, St. John, N.B., Halifax, N.S
To Barbados, Trinidad, Demerara, B.C,

Loading Dates | Expected



admeasurement thi ‘ *

seventy bx are, feet or” thereabouts 4. The commencing salary may be $864 and the period of pro- intervals during the next few months.
and bounding on lands of one| bation three months depending on qualifications.

G. Payne lands . Proverbs j i pos:

the public vad on ofbarrne Miss M. = 5. Applications should be accompanied by, if sible. a testi-

Als and on other lands of the defendant} monial from a member of the Public Health Engineering profession

Miss Pearl Als or howe 1 . i ini
same may abut and aati, obras and should be submitted to the Senior Medical Officer, Dominica, not

before me an accoypt of their said| jater than 15th October, 1950.

mon for coughs, colds and influeaza

BRUCE WEATHERHEAD Ltd
1.10.50—-2n,

Our Consumers ate asked to co-operate by exercising the

utmost economy in the use of Electricity, particularly during
the Peak period between 6.30 and 8.30 p.m. until further notive.

Vv. SMITH,



; TABLEWARE—Beautiful ‘“Rosedawn”,
i “Greydawn”, “Goldendawn” seen on all
3 the best tables. Buy single pieces or
; sets for all meals, Unit breakages re-
Â¥ placeable from stock. Evans Whitfields.







Dial 4220, 4606. 17,9.'50—4n, | Claims with their wi es, di ments
atid Soudhere, ta: bo examines by ite Oe 30.9.50—2n | Montreal | Halifax Arrival Dates
efae ae is recommended for Couns, or Taser. oe are between the | Barbados General Manager.
‘olds, emper, Catarrh and roe ours noon 3 o'clock in the . “7 “* > we j
\ fiaitations in Horses, Dogs, Poultry and] afternoon, at the OMice of the Clerk of HURRICANE WARNINGS oe ane tee nn. | eth Beets | does Bent | diate oe 20th June, 1950.
/ Cothe.....Price 5/- bot. ms rtd, | Court House, Bridgetown, tecore the on °8.8. “Brush” | ath Get: | 9th Oct. |” aoe ‘Det
d . own, ore the ‘ ss.“ ” "| wae et me
‘ 1.10.50—2 | IT HAS BEEN decided to supplement the present arrangements 8.5, “A Vemel ath Oct. | 28rd Oct 8th Nov

3 — yr

ny

day of September, 1950, in order that;

such claims may ‘be ranked according; for a Cautionary Warning by the blowing of the sirens which have “Limited Passenger accommodation.

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POW those who @iffer from|io the nature and jority th f ; hy = =
} Astions ‘we have “Felsol Ponders” fu spepectiyely otherwise Biers wit recently been installed at various points for this purpose. ELANTATIONS LIMITED—A gents Tote AEP EEO POLL LEELA oa
” RO: REE Fa eters tha: ee aay ie bE aha gh rretgete Immediately following on the issue of a Cautionary Warning the " %
| 1.10.50—3n. | or against the said \ sirens will be blown at fifteen minute intervals over a period of one . i! ;
' Claimanis are also notified that they! ne >
eee Eat te han Burns, ane oe oth the said Court on Wednes- ae ic a lab h bl he “All § >
ounds, es an ings of Insects, use| day, the day of November, 1950, at electric power available when it is possible to give the “ x
« lve.” 1/- Jar. | 10 o'el ™, ; ! 3
ee eee Salve GnTS La Wy en ranked, when their said claims | eer, the sirens will be blown continuously for three minutes. 7) ®t : g
1,10,50—4n. Given under my hands this 30th day ‘ 30.9 .50—2n eather db, ib $
of August, 1980. ~
FOR RENT Ag: Chest ex BS Reto :
sistan 1
Court of Appeal maiabecniae me OF CLOTHING, . %
EDNAM, — Hastings, Comfortable 5.850 L HOSPITAL. 3
House, 4 bedrooms, all modern cgn- Applications are invited for the pensionable post of Keeper of eh x
veniences. Large yard with fruit tregs : s

Clothing, General Hospital at a salary of $1,056 rising by annual

OFFICIAL SALE Govern oh B48 60 BLAND. PASSE PARTOUT,
Applicants

BINDING TAPE
for PICTURE FRAMING
16 & 22¢ per Roll or 9 yds
FLOWERED GLASS FOR
FRONT DOORS

AT

JUMNSON'S SLATIONERY
And: HARDWARE

Rent moderate. Phone 3126.
30.9.50—Sn.

A ae ‘ASSISTANT COURT OF 2. ants should not be over 40 years of age, should have
APPEAL. attained a satisfactory standard of education and should be compe-
tent dressmakers with experience in the supervision of the work of
ihe a large staff of seamstresses and washers. They should be compe-
PEARL ALS Defendant. tent to keep records of the work done in the Department, and will
Papi = Bd harete eifen, kbar oy wire be responsible for the maintenance of stocks. Appointment will be
‘Appeal dated the 30th day of August,| On probation for two years in the first instance.
1950 there will be.set up for sale to 3. Applications on forms obtainable from the Secretary, Gen-|

ot MERIT for BESTER 3
HOME & OFFICE
FURNISHERS

In NEW and» renewed Ma-
hogany Ceder, Birch or Deal.

* HARDWARE
¢ BUILDING NEEDS

AND

EEE aaa
SPACIOUS OFFICE — Marhilil Street.
opposite D. M. Simpson & Co. Apply
W. B. Hutchinson & Co. Dial 4484.
o1.10.50--fin (Equitable Jurisdiction) .
SS PERCIVAL
FLOWER DEW, Maxwell Coast —
Fully Furnished. 3 Bed Rooms and all
Modern Conveniences. Telephone,
Fridge, Radio, Garage, Servants’ Rooms,
and large space for Kitehen Garden.
Linens and Silver if required. Enquire



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next door Hilton the highest bidder at the Office of the . :
Maxwell Road Clerk of the Assistant Court of Appeal | eral Hospital. should be forwarded to him not later than the 3ist of | a4 ee SO Morris Tub -— Upholstered or
MR. L, GONSALVES. at the Court House, Bridgetown, between Rush Suites or separate pieces
5.10.50.—4n.| the hours of 12 inoon) and 2 o'clock October, 1950. 30.9 3 ' Bedstapds Bed Cradles > *° NTS
in the afternoon on Friday, the tenth 0.9. 50—3n j Lathes.-— Tron Sideraiis Vani %
QUEEN'S COLLEGE —_ | sty of November. ep alt ihat certain ties —— Cheviot | Drawers
piece or parcel of land situate at Upper ' Vardrobes Nightchairs
> P
ENTRANCE EXAMINATIONS | stints ities ici) PUBLIC HEALTH ENGINEERING starr, pommnica % BACK AGAIN! BIB nine —tazeeon nn Pay a visit to owe NEW PREMISES
1950 measurement thirty-two hundred and VACANCY FOR FIELD TECHNICIAN % care’ Scnias a pie eo g
1. The Waiting List for Queen’s| seventy-six square fect or thereabouts Dr CHARLES 0 Y LOWE ey eee coi tet meaentih ae at CORNER of SWAN & LUCAS
College Entrance Examination will] abutting and bounding on lands of one Applications are invited for the post of Field Technician with . dh: osha 3 Se ee ctds -— Ekahat %
b le 4 on the 13th of October.|& ayne on lands o ° verbs on * r sabine Sideboards
1950. No Sppiuanione:. will _ be ve publle road on lands of Miss M. c.| the Public Health Engineering Staff, Dominica. $ Cas mo i right ‘4 Berbice % STREETS.
received after this date s and on other lands of the fendant m ‘ f aie ~ oding tasy chairs. tH x
eceived after this date. | ine| Mise Pearl Als or however élse the same 2. The post is non-pensionable and carries a salary of Chiropractor 3 | o
Secretary, Queen's College may sat and bound, and if not then| $720 x $120—-$1,440 with a temporary cost of living allowance of |% J % . :
2. The Entrance Examipajions for | pa © said property will be set up| 150 deereasing to 121%4% from $960 onwards, Subsistence allowance » $
Sucen's College will be held on| for sale on every succeeding Friday To , 1 S, ste! % 2. S WILSON
the 13th, November, 1960, at fq30] between the same hours until the same) at local rates is payable and the successful applicant will be required STREET 1% We BARBADOS HARDWARE (‘0 LT) K
a.m. Candidates must, | present is g0l4 | nt & ee nee es ye ete to serve a probationary period of six months on the successful com- % BAY ‘ x % Trafalgar Street Dial 4069 % i MV j ‘ >
® a.m. accompanied _b a ee eae 53 Cae. pletion of which he would be asked to sign a contract to 81st Decem-| $ 31d x ¢ ai ltl ait x
eee a - <% > SS SOSSCSSOSPT OOOO pe
mistresses ' “3.10.50 ~m ' ee Court ‘of Appeal. ber, 1953. [ctr AMLTEEs ©LELPOLCPP LLL PSSS LOSE SOPOF SON ‘ SSS SS SOS SSSI FF
.50—3n. ate -


f PAGE TEN



Futermediate:









Four Junior
Games Won On
First Innings

got MPC Wanderers, Empire
and Pickwick each claimed a
Waree points victory. over the
Caple & Wireless, Spartan, Men-
tal Hospital ang Windwara when
the fourth round of Intermedijave
Cricket .ended at the . various
greunds last’ Saturday

Rain had prevented play on the
second Saturday of the matches
and time did notallow for any
outright victories last Saturday

Pickwick made the nearest bia
for victory in their maten against
Windward. They scojej ‘78 for
the loss of nine wickets, declared
in reply to Windwara’s 146 in
their jivst innings. After bowling
out Windward the second time for
88% runs, with only 21 more min
utes left for play, they were still
12 short of the required amount
fer victory, 57 at close of play

Narrow Margin

YÂ¥.M.P.C. took first innings lead
from Cable .& Wireless by the
narrow margin of 16 runs: They ¢Ticketers are on his left.
bowled them out for 121 Yruns ~
after they had put up 137
Â¥.M.-P.C., then went on to score

Table Tennis:
195 for the loss of 7 wickets, but

the piling up of runs then was B BEATS
only killing a dead horse, there’ e o ;
being no time left for Cable &*
Wireless to bat a second innings
Wanderers made 193 in their
first innings after they had bowled
out Spartan for 151. Spartan went British Guiana moved another
on to make 162 for the loss of step closer to the British Carib-
five wickets in their second in- bean Table Tennis Championship
nings. when they scored an eight—one
ropire sent up 205 runs on the victory over Barbados as the serivs
score board in answer to Mental continued on Saturday night at
Hospital's first innings total of Grant Hall, San Fernando,
134. Mental Hospital made 170 for The Guianese proved too much
the loss of 8 wickets in their for their opponents and won all
second innings their fixtures in two straight sets.
. Here are the details with B. %.
Five Wickets players first mentioned:
K. Branker, ¥,M.P C.’s googly — Monty Clarke won from N. Gill
bowler captured five Cable & 91-9, 96—~24.
Wireless wickets during his nine Len Brassington won from F
overs. Thirty three runs were Willoughby 21—15, 21—14.
made off his bowling. G. Wong won from H. Corbin
In. Wanderer’s first innings, B. 22—-20, 26—24.
Rolfe, M. I. Clarke and J. Mas-~ Monty Clarke beat A
siah gave their side a good hand 21-18, 21—18.
of 36, 51 and 34 respectively. Len Brassington lost to N. Gill
Clarke had a confident period 19—2), 18—21,
at the wicket after he went in Gerald Wong defeated Frank
at number four before he was Willoughby 21-18, 21—10.
bowled by fast bowler Medford Len Brassington beat H
Medford claimed the bowling. bin 21—16, 21—11.
honours of the day for Spartan’ M, Clarke beat F, Willoughby
when in just 14 overs 2 balls he 21—15, 21—14,
took six wickets. Gerald Wong won from N. Gill

Spartan’s S. Chase missed his 21-18, 22-20.
century by one run in the second Set Back
innings. He made 99 out of the Jamaica surfered their second
tota} 162 for the loss of 5 wickets. set back. in the series so far whe
V. Rice 36, V. Babb 38 and E. they went under to Trinidad Ly
Barrow 22, each did their part 10 three matches to five on Saturday
helping Empire to gain first in- night at Arima.
nings lead. Jamaicans were again out-class—
Going to the wicket three down ed but Bunny McLean upset Ron-
in the . Mental Hospital second nije Inniss, the Trinidad Singles
innings, C. Williams still had his champion in two — straight sets
wicket intact after a run-getting 21—12, 21—10.
Spell of 58. But the runs were a Mr, Hugh Inniss
little late, since Mental Hospital game.
could not save a first innings de* Details with Jamaica's players





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opened the

feat then. mentioned first are: —
. The following are the variou B. McLean beat R. Inniss 21-12,
scoreboards: 21—10.

L. Estwick beat H, Griffith 2)
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vane CABLE “tert whts) 15 15, 21—14,
Cae & Whelees, it D. O'Connor lost to R. Legull
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CABLE @ WIRELESe—ist Inninee = 2118, 20-22, 19—21.

4 Kenzie) > Archer | as â„¢ B. McLean lost to R. Legall 13 The two other games were can-
» Mai ws iLbow.b t. Burke . i é
R. A. Lawless b I. Burke 5 gg 21, 1721, celled,
R. Croney ec sub b Branker 18
B, Gilkes c Burke b Archer 8
Cc. wevien b K, Branker 14
. Roberts > Re pranker * SPARTAN—2nd lonings Fail of wickets :—1—30, 2—37, 3-62
a Stanford stpd wkpr. b K. Branker 1 A. D, Gittens ¢ Atkinson b Massiah 10 4--42, 5-99, 6-09 7—100, 8—112
E. Branker not out , 7 ¥B. Thornton (stpd.) Lewin b Toppin 10
; Extras ' 4 8 Chase ¢ wkpr. b Toppin 99 BOWLING ANALYSIS
_... HH. A. Jemmot c Massiah b McBeth 0 oO M. R w
Total 121 ¥. Roberts not out 30 P. Wilkin Vos ee
come Medford b Clarke 7? 1. Harris 1 1 26 0
Fa)l of wickets: 1—4, 2-20, 3-80, 4— |) Extras 4 Cuttley a4 ine
ai ba —105," 2 Sealy 13 1. 68
66, 5—83, 6—85, 7—07, b—105, 9—121 Rohad ‘bas wales’: teas eee Bk ae
BOWLING AyaLyes ies . sprees 1 0 a $
. â„¢M, . inkson 2 0 2 )
1. Burke Win 4 ee MENTAL HOSPITAL vs, EMPIRE PICKWICK vs, WINDWARD
Be Greenidge 8 4 12 o Mental Hospital 184 & (for 8 wkts.) 170 Windward 460C«& ORB
Â¥. Branker Bs 66 Beanie 205 Pick wiok (for 9 decld.) 8
& Bpeoker + . Fe : : EMPIRE—ist Innings and (for 5 wkts,) 45
. ¥.M.P.C.—tnd Innings 9 anton eee 40 PICKWICK—Ist Inn nes
ls Greenidge © & b C. Lawless M1. y' Sea Pore 36 ‘es ‘
L, Burke ¢ Croney b Branker . anihy ate a int 18 A. E, Trotter run gut 23
C. MeKenale ¢ wkpr, b C. Lawless 0 » Barrow b Knight 22 f. Edwards ¢ Evelyn b Wilkie 8
K. Branker c Frost b Lawless |. . 4 e Qeskin b Knight 19 ~6P, R. C, Evelyn b A, Farmer 0
H. Webster c Branker b Lawless z Comey run out 6 B, Lewis ¢ N. Thornton b Wilkie 17
D. Porter stpd. wkpr. b Frost ”@ oo Babb ¢ wkpr. (Best) b Rock 38 = W. Yearwood 1.b.w, b Thornton 2 |
D. Greenidue Lb.w, b Lawless 9 “p verne ¢ Williams b Hope 12. R. A. Hoad not out 55
©. Edghill not out x kin b Carter 21 M. Foster ¢ Manning b R. Farmer 24 |
Extras , oN Sxeece b Knight 5 R, B, Clarke ec Thornton b R. Farmer = 3
E N. Sealy not out 4 W. Wells c H, Fu.mer b H. Farmer 25
Total (for 7 wits.) 195 Extras .. 14 O. Lashley ¢ & b R. Farmer 0
- Total “z —sCT. Peterkin not out 8
SPARTAN ys. WANDERERS aay 208 Extras 3
oe. 2 and (for 6 wkts,.) lat : Fall 98 ace te ar! yh 2-17, 3-110 Total (for 9 wkts.) 178
WANDERERS.-ist Innings is . ») T1607, B—177,

Ws wy e Cumberbateh b Camp BOWLING ANALYSIS :
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such boxers as Jamaica’s Syd}
Rrowii, Bubas Raoul Ochoa and |
other world recognised pugilists, |
fought gamely to avoid defeat but |
the determined challenger who!
had previously lost a decision ts |
Daniel fought from early in the
first round to gain the decision. }

Pompey’s success was. mainly
attributed to a first round straight
right which he unleased on the |
ageing orphan boy’s jaw having a |
telling effect from which Daniel
hardly recovered. The crowded |
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reunds when Daniel’s left eye was
completely closed.

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L, Estwick lost to R. Inniss 20— master or Headmistress). We have this pretty cloth

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D. O'Connor lost to H. Griffith
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L. Estwick lost to R. Legall 14--
21, 19—21.

Trinidad defeated British Guiana
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Caribbean Table Tennis Champion-
ship Monday night

Level

Trinidad and Brit'sh Guiana are
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Guiana won from Jamaica and Per
bados, while Trinidad beat Jamai-
ca and British Guiana, If Trinidad
defeats Barbados, Trinidad would
be the West Indian champions,

Monty Clarke, Guianese chop
artist gained a convincing win over
Ralph Gomes, Trinidad “slam king’
in two best of three sets in the
most thrilling encounter of the
night. The Guianese gained re-
peated applause for the manner in
which he retrieved Gomes’ slam.

Gomes also fost his game to
Moore by default, Gomes after
dropping the first set, complained
of being unwell in the second set
when behind at 4—12 and the game
was stopped.

Following are the results (Trini-}
dad’s players names mentioned
first),

R. Legall beat M. Clarke 21—14,
21—17.

R. Gomes won from R. Barnwell
21—19, 21—17,

R. Inniss beat M, Moore 21—10,
21—13,

R. Gomes lost to M. Clarke 23---
21, 20—22, 15—21.

R. Legall defeated M, Mocre 21-~
13, 22—20,

R. Inniss won from A, Barnwell
23—21, 21—17.

R. Gomes lost to M. Moore 12-
21, 4—12. (discontinued.)



Fall of wickets: 1-31, 2—31, 3 31, 4--
52, 5-65, 6-108, 7-115, 8—164, 9-164,

A. Seale ¢ wkpr. (Gittens) b Medford 0 , tate
B. Rolfe ¢ sub b Medford M6 C. Knight ‘ tS is errr ee R. W
M. I. Clarke b Medford St. Hope 19. 2 4 2 H, Farmer ee
r& Atkins © sub b Medford 25° V. EB. Carter 93 1 a3 2 D. Wilkie 10 2 52 2
M. G. Mayers b MeComie 15 R. Rock 12 0 41 1 NH. V. Farmer 6 0 30 2
J. MeBeth L.b.w. b Roberts 18 RK. Chase 2 0 16 ©. N. ‘Thornton eS
4. B. Robinson not out 1 Farmer 4 0 4 3
J, Massiah ¢ sub b Medfor Br . -
i 1. Torpin.c sub b Bedford 0 MENTAL HOSPITAL—tnd Innings PIOKWIOK-—ene. Euninrs
Extras 22 y C. Boyee b Wilkin 4 -
. ‘ 8. C, Quintyne run out {4 A. E. Trotter c R. Fi er t F
Total 193 N. D. Burrowes run out 26 Farmer... a ce 22
os is ‘ aT os james not out +. 58 .E. Edwards c H. G, Fa er tb
on. 3 102, 8 ta % tes, o 5, 2 5%. 4 BR. G, Chase ¢ Babb b Skeete 10 Fariner Sao,
an, eee aL ae V. E, Carter 1.b.w. b Sealy O° R, Clarke b H. Farmer
i Oo. Br. R w R. Rock 1b.w. b Sealy ink » I © Lashley c H. G. Farmer b H
Mtédtord “sceote 2 C. Best Lb.w..b “ulfley i Farmer 0
.. Carapbeii aS i iC, Hope c Wilk_: b Sealy 10) =6W. Yearwood not out 2
Glee pbe} . : Z ) BBN. Batson b Wilkin : 14 N. Foster b Yearwood 2
Clarke 0 IC. Knight not out 13 BW. Wells not out a
eComic ib 1 wv 1 Extras 13 gE ‘
‘. Chase ? : M+ ‘ : xtras 2
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rillKSDAY. OCTOBKR :. tM BARBADOS ADVOCATE AT THE AUIIKTir SI'OH IS MOT PAGE rtVE Dock Workers I BG UPV *' Cf wet Return From Bermuda LUMBER ARRIVES IN LARGE QUANTITIES A CTIVITY ut the inner basin yesterday was centred on lumber. Large quantities of lumber could be seen packed up on all three sides of the basin and regularly lifchters, heavily loaded with even more lumber, came into the basin and tied off. All of this lumber was brought to the island over the weekend bv the S.S. Woldingham Hill. This 4..243-ton vessel, under the command of Capt. Dewar, arrived from Haiti with 1.362 bags of poultry feed and 120 cartons of dog meal for Messrs. Jason Jones Co.. 40 spruce sweeps for Messrs. Plantations Ltd.. its consignee*, rough pine lumber and empty wooden barrels. rily H St 11 on Monday rt, f.uith (RIGHT 1 ths sic O HILL Vice-President Urges Support Of Workers' Union For Political, Economic Progress B. W.I.S.A. Directors Meet Here The IIKA Gold Aautfrr gf> nved In %  %  rntly with /.! Ii.ii 1 BOSBC. dock worker* who • mployed at Docks n Bermuda. I were i Mai shall. ISmith. H. Holder. A Wat%  > t Trotman. R Brown, o : .1 son, 1! OOpptn, R Atwell. Mr, K Fowler. V Mahon. Nile*. R Foster. A Ingram, 1 Reldjj H 1 onlay, l> Walcott. K King. F. .Ms. R Allcyne. C i mch and C Cumbecbatch. Seven pa-o-engern came on thei U Bonaire Thrv were Mr J C Rose. MaMer H Stow. Mr C A L Gale. Mr L L Toppin. Mrs J A Toppin. Mr H D M Barnard, and Mrs M Barnard iWN i The i .Board has approved on increase* 10 \t\e %  ) f„ r ^ oct \ %  %  l !%  m,reared by \ 1.0 ca*Ui (>er (*s. No 1 ' %  : No* 2 ai %  .cents per bag; Broken fee hy M I cents per bag The Board has aktt 0> import machinery' 10 pak Super I Rice In cardboard bone* TAKE ADVAVTAC.t OF THE RECENT RAINS AND TLANT a Regulw daily ration of delicious creamy >oiU build Of r>'si>l.mce help mm %  -'""" Aimair Prize \ Drawing ,j .. The Directors of British West Indies Sugar Asa inoi Ii met in Bridgetown, on the 2nd and 3rd October. IMO The Directors discussed seveiul quSMttON arising nut of the U>*g Perm Guarantee oi Purchase of Sugar by His Majesty's Govern.r, uni,,^ L c ? x V rr^ es,d 7; t of ,he Barb dos Wurk I* *>"* ?—-*~ eis Un un speaking at Labour Day last Monday likened !" ""i *xZ&m* "' the oil*, political saboteurs to people who havine stowi-d" :w*v at h> S,| K'" ''"xiuicrs: -AnUgi*-. %  *&? %  •sgzs? £r ak ^TTT fe& wSs „ T^* Cox who spoke in place of Mr. Adams, the British GuUna and SI Luda J i csidenf General, was stressing, as other speakers stressed Much time wat. also spent on the importance of Unionist* standing solidly behind the--' ****> %  f rafl .if .. new InKonisat.on which had worked for their political and economic progress during the nine years of its existence -eninn Ih^flf .^n n which they COMld build with AlTHE li iMMITTEl mair Home wishes to express IMir tli.mks and appreciation bJ nil those who so ganoroual] boughl tickets in the Grand Prise Drawing ii, aid of OM HORM They would also like to say thanks to those firms who ao kindly gave the prizes The Drawing took place on October 2 and the lucky price winner* are inked to call at th t Mm HI Homo foi ih.-ir prizes Tne )ii.-kv ticket, were ... '. ||owi M prlMNo MM !-• lev I orlernati U P TO YESTERDAY signs of the hectic Labour Day ters and ... celebrations still remained in of the Union Queen's Park. The merry-gohad marched in procession foam JP ulu, ,n lu 0| of 'he region also come undei t 'piiMdcratlon. The next meeting of British West Indlc Sugar Association tine > will be held In Jamaica on T,„„ 2th ami 30th (i.tol-;,fter tit. %  % %  '. %  %  lies planiwd improveAnnual IIWl Sugai TecajsoktSff tfT i TS 'l" ^T *P" Conference in Mandevllle. uould be all m vain if they left j u maica, from 23rd to 27th out of accour.t the human facW Those present were — if they looked for a l-Mlcr srorld Antw-vcMnwior lion A M.-UV in future, then they needed better ,,, ?• > %  *. c. A4viwr. iion n. men, and the only way wa mil n nih MS 1411. 1IU nsi ISO. IST through the power of Christ Tirst speaker from the roof of • the Union was Mr. F L Walco.t .K., A and asked for an admission fee. Revd. Crosby said that a few thin g" of i.n|rtanee tort.TsU.id KXTZZT %!ZT "" V Mr Walcott reminded the peo..*. Ki-t^-Oir** !" Within a few days the frames months ago, Mr. Morgan Phillips, of these stalls will all be taken Secretary of the British Labour down, the Park will be cleaned up, Party had declared that Bnti-h and the memory of Labour Day Trades Unions owed more "to lha will he a faded one until 1951. Methodists than to Marx" The N OBBj THAT iiiyKTwi, statement which was made at Hie w itMi (HKISTMAS is Internutlonul Socialist 1, ; onI> j le* months otl the in Copenhagen had inajoi ii> of ships coming Into good di-al of comment and n< t .1 porl have mrluded m tljen CSTgO little sc.rn; but it was subslanInys, aitiiicial Chrislinus Trves and hallv true Christinas Tree decorations Rcv d. Crosby spoke of the The most recent vessel to a.early days of the Trade Union Ixm-nt* thev would enjm ^ rive with these articles wo. the ,.s. Movement when many people as they gave political' power %  „. their Inspiration for the those who had their interests m heart VWltv pie that the following da> would IKSj^i "{ %  '"'""' be a holiday in honour of the test Lucia r turn of the West Indies team. I: nubouiay was so. because the four Labour t^"" 1 ,'? ," Dl Members cf the Executive !•oiSirt lieved that In having that day cic11 w 1 s A SI .IT mre. dared a holiday [hey were carr> Mr c*w. ing out the wishes of the nuijuii'. of tltose who had put them in tinHouse That was an example of Advl*er Mr W H Bonaire which came over the found JJSS^rJSL^JStt the comserv.ee of their fellows 111 Christ mand of Capt Dopheide and contian teaching He mentioned the signed U Messrs. S. P. Musson. name of Jack Lawsun and PeU-r Afte. unloading its cargo it sailed Lee. the last 0 loyal trade unionfor Trinidad. 1st. a trusted leader and a staunch Jt also brought cotton piece Methodist goods, lighters, paper bags, smoked He did not think, said Revd t red herring. rat and mouse Crosby, thai Mr. Morgan Phillips aps. cognac, potatoes, unions, merely Intended to pay a compliittCT churns, rolled oats, pearl men! to the Methorii-ts f Mj ve...s Ih-i.nlcil Acrnunt He prombvd that later 1 rear the people would be git the Rock Blaster Gets sum Com pea Ration In the Assistant Court of Appeal (Original Jurisdiction) yesterday, Mr. Justn Jiicycles Among Sports Prizes Two bicycles will bt amou the prizes to be given (or wuis in cycle events at Kensington Oval to-dny ..hen the Amateur Athletic Sports meet ends. One bicycle will t*> aiven by Central Foundry for thrune mile and the QUNI i>y Kogaity for the i mile handicap Wing Scholarship VICTOR KEITH HAitKis or Si Matthias School won the leholi-hip wl-ich Mi Fi..n. 1 I'nrr.'. Resident uiul Fuunder of Qejorgl Washington School, Trinidad. .-ve in me.noiy (1 f the w I CrlckIVan Ttte scholarship is tenable at Harrison College for .'1 veaibarley, t>eer, canvas and rubber u^o. He iiKweetened condensed the British milk and pork leu> detailed account of the things tho Chenery awarded to Iteresford Party had done. As one example Wright, a rock blaster of Pennythe Barbadian Agricultural Workhole. St Philip. $200 00 forthwith ers this year had received from il,u an additional 541) 00 monthly (Tect saying that ne Sugar Industry approx 11 West India T HE CROCODILE in the Park made gooa use of yesterday's temperature which read 86 degrees Fahrenheit in the shade. For the better part of the day this reptile could be seen basking in the sun and although the space allotted did not pennit it to stretch out full length, it appeared to be fair.. ly happy. One or two admirers carried on conversations around the pool. One chap, who had visited the U.S.A. as an emigrant, recalled seeing a large crocodile while on his way to Salt Lake. He told his friend that that "croc" was so Urge that even bullets refused to penetrate IU body Eventually they had to shoot out its eyes and it died a few hours later. The friend did not travel bu: had spent most of his years in St. Thomas. He told of some of tin hinnj antics of th. monkeys of thai parish. per cent more those of other islands. The Union was not built on an individual. Mr. Walcott said. Each member should be prepared to take a greater share of responsibility. The Adult Suffrage Hill Labour Movement "wed more to religious principles than to political philosophy. Revd. Crosby said he regretted that that Christian influence wns not so easily discernible to-daj and he appealed to Unionists v renew their attachment to th. Church of their choice. Their a i P"** 41 abolishing the money sense of comradeship would he ; ld Property qualifications, and enriched by being linked to the no \ !" iy ou ,d ever > onv wno Christian ldeal-the brotherhood ^ d reached the age of 21 have a of man being based on the father*'Bnl to v .but to run for tli under lb lha.. tio , A< ;! Workmen's Compensanptu hood of God to place the rather than on self, nilher than on getting RespunsibilUy It would bring to them sense of responsibility Id help th! s on nthei givln House as well. Wright received Injuries to his right foot and right hand while blasting rocks at Seawell Airport In the employ of Messrs J. H. Harrunan and Co Ltd. on March II. 1950. 51,440.00 had been paid In as compensation to Wright by the company and he has already drawn SI 10 76 Wright was treated at Dr. Baylet s Diagnostic Clinic and the medical evidence was to the effect that recovery will not take place. They should not vote for those vho had said that they were too ignorant to vote. Mr Walcott thanked Rev.l leepei Crosby for conducting the Seii the 2,000 Ba^gs Of Rice Come TWO THOUSAND bags of B.G. rice were brought to the island by the Schooner Frances W StntW which arrived over the weekend. It also brought 600 bags of char-. oal, ten tons of firewood anil other the Polic. upplylng the music. Mr. Cox said he was grateful rapid progress Thus is yet or ,ne h( "">ur th.y had paid him another attempt to improve the S f? 00 *. n . h m lfi deliver the cultural standard of the youths of S^ 11 1 1 1 AddrPM "' retraced the uarish -mil manv narenU have "I""> ""' history of the I-abour offe£S l e r uMWaJW? Movement In Barbados and paid general eorgo *T& tSSS[ m dramatic '£ &£ !" .^^s^h^Jj !" pJgEGZ?2fl& TJNDER the patronage of the gS?i£ ffiSP U "*** '"'^^ Kg" = """ "* K ^ Rw-tor of St Jujph^ev W(tMII rrflltvaea ,„,n Supporl Ankrd Four other intercolonial vessaU L. C. Mallolieu. the members of # T~ l IIE MOBILt < INK MA will %  **" *' brovitlit targt and the group ; tonluht for the benefit of residents Uldnf "f the Newcastle and Mar-m's making n.i. areas of St John. V.V I I II I \ .\ CHOWS For Poultry and MAwHloch "SE£ THt DlfFERENCE PURINA MAKES" AW.V.V.V.V.V.W? J. fir j fa ti$ t 'HZ &m* COOKING BUTTER —*--—— -* % %  > %  m r SOUTHWELLS MINCED MEAT MIXED PEEL CURRANTS 5-lb. tins S.90 Crawfords Almond SCOTCH SHORTBREAD Crawfords Assorted SCOTCH SHORTBREAD Crawfords Tartan SHORTBREAD . per tin 1 25 MUSCATELS DANISH LIVER PASTE .Mb pkgs. per tin H ment and not allow themselves to The Daenrood arrived fine carried away by saboteurs who Luna with 247 packages and 116 had done nothing in the past to bunches of frcah fruit. 41 bags nf bute to the good of the COCOggHttg, 23 bail of cnAIVOtO, OM union but who wanted to come in bag of pumpkins, two bags of t the last moment and break it npice, 12 bags of |n-aniHs :UKI ten up. Mr. Cox too stressed the iniportnce of political power, without which, he said, there could lie no onomic advancement. The speaker then appealed to embers of the Union to support the Beacon Newspaper and the Union's Canteen enrich others themselves where the Beacon and the canteen were concerned, he ling* of copra The JVoeleeii brought 1.700 loose cocoanuls, 12 cords of firewood. 23 packages and 14 bunches of fresh fruit from Dominica. The Couti%  ellor's cargo was made up of 192 nags of copra, 57 bags of cocoatuts, 40 bags of charcoal. 75 potts, asked hy should they seven bunches and five packages Impoverish "' fresh fruit from St. LucU. The Belqueen arrived wKh copra, arrowroot, cocoa nut 1. tins nf fish oil, pumpkins, pears and fresh fruit. The Counsellor. Hrlquern, No*lcr',1 Frances .Smith and DaVruood all consigned to the Schooner He was glad thai thev had turned out In such large numbers in the absence of their President. Mr Adams Mr Adams would be Owne glad to know that thev hart that sense of responsibility With those quaitttat thev would keep ever forward until they reached the goal they had set themselves Mr. D. D Garner also made a "close your ranks" appeal He assured them that his support was for the B.W.U. because he felr that It was the best organisation In the island to defend their rights. CASH LIFTED WEEKEND thieves broke and entered the home of Rosalie Hante at CataWOOtt St. Michael, between Saturday and Sunday and tookaway articles to the value of •30.18. The m.-.ttcr was reported to the Police yesterday and they are Thanks making investigations Harold Nurse of Whartons Gap. Mr. L. E Smith moved the St. Michael, reported the lots of vote of thanks to end that pan of * e 'rom his Ullor shop at SUthe celebration phenson's Road, Carrlnglon VllIt continued in the Park with la K e on Sunday dancing, cricket, boxing, plenty on unds. HOUSE BIAZE PUT OUT ST/WSFELB sfarr A #.. l.id. .'..-.:',',:','*** le to eat and drink, and'th.atecl band making the re 22S2S m 5 --hlldren than „ m on Mcmday a lM hom „, frown-up. made dluy turn, on f,uUm Crirhlnw ol Munmlll Road, tho merry o round, and more Carrlnjton Villaae. St Mirhael. irown-up. than children lost and and ditroyed a portion of the won In the Blno itU. rml and panlUon Dancer Madame de Fleur. an.( The house 1. boarded and Calyps-.man. the Mighty Charmer, .hlnaled and not In.ured Th* Small Island Pride, and Lord Fire Brigade were quick to arrive i IfM put DB t..inj concert In on the KMM llkd the lire was soon %W*%\ the stvel shad late in the evening put otit B.G. Exports Up But $6,000,000 Behind Imports Although British Culana's exporu recorded an increase of g2<4j million at Uie end of August Ovtff the eighth-month period BM year, there is still an adverse trade balance of $0,0<;.r,:i Compared with the 1*411 trade balance, the .(elicit Is $2^ million more than It stood at the santa time last year. Imports up to the end of August were g30.469.742 or 33 733,359 in excess of imports for mm Exports amounted to BMU?T,9M vi 2' a million more than lor the %  ama period last year. Of the total imports of $3G million, approximately half came h-um |UM I'lated Kttigslosn \:> million from Canada. *a rnlUlOfl from other UritisrPossessions and 8 1 -/ million from foreign countrioa. %  tporta to Britain amounted to SU. 571,468, which i< approximately 12 S million less than the Home Country bought In 1949. l-orge-a single item bought by Hi. 1. HI. |rom British Guiana during the first 8 months of the >car is sugar, amounting to 46.850 tons <36.160.601 i--one million dollars less than in 1949 Only other Item exported to reach a million dollars was rum. M.883,865 worth of which went tn Britain Although currency rgfuUUoai limited Importations from Canada to less than one-sixth of the total value of our imports, the Dominion bought more than hal' of B.G.'s exportable produce lha total amounting to $13,477,860. an increase of over 14 million oter last year's exportj to tins country Nearly a million tons of bauxite made up half of the total export* to Canada, and sugar to the value %  >' 37.342 000 made up the greater part of the other half Drivers Speak Their Miiid Art They btmm LONDON Speak your mind" tra'.nng > %  being given to London's learne. bus drivers to keep up their tradition as the safest in the world. L-drlvers at London Transport's Chiswick driving school have a Hi met microphone and two-wav loudspeaker in the driver's cab The learners ,ir i -ta Kloweieu Mixedi. landv\ tult. Petunia. I'hlox, Marigold X |2 Kiuil1. inn psis. Sweet 0 William, Portulaca, ChrysanX themum (2 kinds). Aster, 5 Nigella. Balsam H-hlia, N laarkspur. (iaillardia. Call5 opsis. Nasturtium (2 kinds)), \ Mignonette. Indian pinks, A Carnation (2 kinds), Holly \* hock, Alynum (2 kind*). r.Liiicrinn iieiis. Balvli (R e rt Forget-me-not. Godetfa. Ageratum. I>elphinlum Cosmos Hellchrvsum. lAiplns. Scablosa. and — SUKKT PEAS—All clours; eleven kinds. %  I 0 FKIXH VIOI : IJKJ I SEEDS •; BRUCE I I .J I SSM W rkWst "suaiMSSd u DM)Mr'> aticw pts-aWttobattdsstissuna and niutsocc to Cold.. Coughs, BBd othcr LiKM and braachial iilmmi. KI-XAI.l EMCi.sius lagggan %  *rr* high rropartkx JO'.' 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ITEMS MAGOG PRINTS 1 a large assortment of colourful designs from 58 cents per yard. COIOUHD RED Mil HIM, in lovely shades of Maixe, Peach. Pink, Blue and Old Rose 7o inches wide at only $2.31 per yard. SAMBA SPIN in Pink, Rose, Apricot, Sky Beige, Royal, Biscuit, Navy gold Rust, Net and Wl.it %  at 84 cents per yard. Special value — 54 inches wide in Brown, Grey and Stato Note our price S3.88 per yard ; — Alan new linea in— Ladies Scarves, Handbags and Lingerie For nwn we stock the famous "K" brand and "John White" Shoes and Wf carry the widest selection in town. "vl HARRISON'S -BROAD STREET



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r PAGE TF.X BARBADOS ADVOCATE THURSDAY, OCTOBER S. lfi lulrrwit-fliHlr: four Junior f,ann-s Won On f'irt inning* \ M I I Wanderers, EinpJf. aim PW KW U h tl.ret pail oves the • Spartan. Mei.i-l Hagpital 4'm Wiimwarci *nm the fum:h round % %  Ir.terrnedu-i<" Cricket various gra*jnd>. iaat Saturday Kmln had prevented pl-% on lad *eronrt Sdiurday .il trie match** for NII> tutrlghl victories lai Saturday k mad* the nearest bia i.i vhAon in ikW matea gaajiiei Windwmi Th*v HO)< M l I niiu iiMU. Oectarad. I ,. ih 10 WtndwaTa'i l %  tfU l Windward the sevon. run* with only 21 man mli thn %  i. i. 12 abort i UM required amount (•i victor* *7 MI i los,. or play Narrow Margin V M IT iwik Mil innings lead Irora Cable A .Wireless by th narrow margin of IS runs. They bowled them out for 121 run* niter they had put up 1ST V M PC then went on lo score 195 lor the lo*s "f 1 wickets, but Hi[titniK up of run* than * MI iv Kitlinjf a dead horse, there norn* i> final left lur Cable A Wirele. in hat u second innings Wanderer* made iSl In theii firat Innings after they had bowle*) ..ut Sputai, for 151 Spartan went III till \. I III M ROM "1 B.B.C. RADIO PROGRAMME i-w. is is p ADIIIH • I >• P*an a-, i is ••• Li.sai t i m Ufi Hum i I 1 K !" Maata >f ,pi .. .. -I. lu> %  • %  i->las hnp fcon. Bit H) "o*l ti-vl**., 1 *i % %  • Mai IP £• !• Ti-. dad* Snvtr. • II i. ." Th. -* at *• WorMi. 4 ' %  T— C>lMnil Vaaat Sam l. %  raaehar. 1 *S a m Thcwrn pe*.,. Knan.x N.v,l B p a. Hi Nn.~t. • 11 p.m UaiiaS RatM"' IK !• !" Cotnpawr o' UM *. a v p m Mid w... ra*. %  ** „ m jry PaodUa Ot.i.--.• i m l-aiwl tl Uv"". "a P !" Tha *Jr*iH IS 0 " rrom in* ESiM. •lit J w h GI1BMBEY i -inl rrom laft) radlm th* Addrrss of WFleosnto tha ertCkaUn on Tnanday Ut Th* Oov-mor and thrrtckaUr* are on his laft Table Tmh: B.G. BEATS BARBADOS LX CARIB SERIES I K In I 20 I British Guiana moved another L Estwii .„ %  to make Ifl2 for the los of *i. p closer to the British Carlb22. 19—21. five wickets in their second Inbean Table Ter.nla Championship I). O'Connor Imt to It flrlflltl Ulna. when they geared ,m eight • %  nt up 206 rune on the victory over Barbados as the w leOfaj boai I In %  to Menial continued oKly bowler egpturtd (UiC'abliA Wireless wlckeu during hai nine %  v. i Thirty three runs were made off his bowling In WnnHerers first innmgi., H Rolfe. M I Cl.nke and J Mat. slah gave their side a good hand of M. SI .n"l 34 respectively riarke had a ronftdent perin.1 19—2). U—21. heir fixtures in two straight aaUHere are the details with B '\ players first ingfiUOMd Montv Clarke won from N. Gill 21—9, 24—24 l.eii Braaslnglon won (...;.. t Willcughby 21 —IS. 21 — 14 <. Wong won from (I Cofbbl 22—20, 2 24 Montv Clarke l-nt A Corbl'i 21—II. 21—18. I#n Braaftngton lost to N. Qi'l one 21—23. 14—21. .,, L titwick I'*! lo II I-eiMll 14 %  ,l 21. If—31. Trinidad defeated Brltigh OuUMH „ >i l*> live garnet to two in |bc Hn*'i ill Caribbean Table Tennin Champ vlilp MMIHI.IV Ight l^vrl u ( the wicket after he went %  t Bymkei foui i*fore he was Uiwliwi ><\ faal bowlei Medfoni hledroirl .limned the iv.hii honours Of the day for Spaita-i hcn 111 Just 14 over2 hnlli> Intook >i" wirketa Spartan's S I'hase missed Ills [•naiBT) 1'V one run in the second InntfUBl He made 99 out of the totaj 1*1-' for the Ins* of 5 wickets V line 3*. V Babb 3B ami K Barrow 22. each did their part In helping Empire to gain first innings lead Going to the wickel three down ._ In the Mental Hospital second nlc i nnll inning-. C Williamstill had his champion Gerald Wong defeated Fr.m Wllloughby 21-18, 31—10. I'it> B <1 MaUnawa B A Lawleu b I Barh* B Clff"*> r %  ! *• nf"""1 H Ollho .Br O nianfurd .tp.1 Spr. b K lu-i.iif Hran—i n..l %  Uirai ToUl i*l back in the aeries so far win they wenl under to Trinidad I three matcheto five on Saturday night at Artmii Jamaicans were again uut-claiv ed but Bunny Mcl.ean upset Km the Trinidad Sinsl.s Iraight i~>* qMal thrilling HMOualM of Ih night The Gulanese gained re pggtt I %  ppumtO for UM manner 1 which he retrieved Gomes* slam Gomes also lost his game I Moore by default Gomes after dropping the first set. eO Bi pusin' 1 of being unwell m the second s %  e ^" Hl when behind at 4-12 and the gan was Jitoppeil Following l dod's pla (Irst). IMVF.KSITV COLLEGE OF M WENT INDIES EXTKA MURAL DEPARTMENT YOUTH OttOUP WEST INDIAN HISTORY AND WRV Mi in J. W B Cnenerv, A. f Crtahlow Matlhews, aiui Aubrey Doisfclas-Smlth beggnniffig Thursday, Cfctober 1th 1950. at the British Council. Wakelield AGE LIMIT; "18 to 24 TBOW Hid of school out,, accepf.d u-ith aoi.cii.in of Ifeod,>n^.r or (IcndT.iiilress*. res 72c. for tt kcturen or tc. a tactnra tu gc. M (ElMil. Aaaoc manbera) Yolande Pompey \'\* Light-Hravy Champ PORT-or-SPAIN. T'dad A new light-heavy weight champion was crowned on Friday night 1 when Yolande Pompey. young pieyful contender defeated the reigning West Indian champi' 1 tl ^rs declaively on poin' at San Fernando. Daniel, an ex -orphanage bpy % 01 roae to be the unbeaten titleholder over a decade. eaafaoU o g such boxers as Jamaica's Syd Rrnwn. Bubas Raoul Ochoa and other world recognised pugilists, fought gamely to avoid defeat but the determined challenger who had previously lost a decision t Daniel fought from early In the first round lo gain the decision. Pompey'* success was main I. attributed to a first round straight right which he unlcased on the igeing orphan boy's jaw having a telling effect from which [(aim I hjnth recovered. The crowded hall booed and cheered jumping unto the ring at the end of the 15 rcunds when Daniel's left eye was completely closed. This was the second meeting of the pair, Daniel winning the first on points The flitf /nfercoionia/ Cycle and Athletic Sports Meeting of the Amulet < Athletic Association 0/ Barbodot is on TO-DAY AT KENSINGTON OVAL twinning at 1 V '" Undrr the Patronage ol H.E. The Governor Mr. A W. L Savage. C-H-Q. route and M-e KBN FABNVM lite Barbadoa C.ellng Ida! and Weal Indian Champion ride lor Ihr llnl lime aialnal I I III l; I MIMIRE. Trinidad A' 1'laaa Cycle Ihampton See HTI'AIT. HKINNER. HINDS BBOTHEEX. HILL. TUCKEB and nil tl tin ill > do heen thrlllln. Elnlahea LADIES RACES. FLAT RACES and many Ihrllla are in alore Trinidad Water Polo Team Coming Nov. 23rd. Ladies T*am Also Coming A Trinidad Water Polo team U expected to arrive in Barbados on November 23rd on o five-day tour, playing matches against the Barbados Water Polo Association's beat seven Al stuke will be the Elite Cup. which Barbados won when they toured Trinidad in January. It is also expected that a Trinidad Ladies team will be coming The Barbados Ladies had their first practice on Tuesday afternoon in preparation for the visit, and their match ended in a one oil draw. They hope to have another practice this afternoon, along wUh Uie scheduled games at the Barbados Aquatic Cluo. A Council MeeUng of the Barados Water Polo Association has Seen fixed for October 10th, to iiscuss the forthcoming tour, and [he Selection Committee will ask %  %  bout fifteen of the local player* lo practice for it..tour. The 1930 Knock Out corrpetllu i. will begin on October 12th I Burhr i ifi.i..., is gfw k< s i r. Ai.-l... 1 X %  M ri —1-4 la-ioa* LOfsaiiKIBa t b iLawh-v I MitlNi i lion •> I. 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PACE SIX BARBADOS ADVOCATE Home Sweet Home It* DON TAYI.OK FVl ti,-. thi Speaker if Dominion Parlin ments and Colonial Legislativ Councils an converging on London. This m..nlh these distinguished visitors will be gums of honour • hen the new House of Commons chamber . opened. hOM dark and dangerous days, way hack (n 1941 when our fortunes .-ecmed at the loweat ebb"* Greece Ma Mm %  We wr being hammered in the Western Desert. ii. %  m atai Their Gift* It Msanad the crowning blow when, on the night ol Mas 10. a German bomb destroyed lha very meeting place of the House of Commons itself The ••prninjc <>( the newChamber is rlRhllv .m Bmptr.Oecaslon From every single country of the Empire have come gift* —doors, chairs, tables, inkpot %  lands, and the like In the Prime Mtntrtcr'* conferrwo children ance table there ts a piece of wood passenger RaT Suri I • i v part of the Empire It it fitting that it shou'd be so— for (o all theae count tier, ha 1 spread the BriUsh system of gov am merit. MB. AND MRS J VAN PATTEN the Bonaire on Tuesday ntranni t Bnrlnam by Surinam Settlers A Bad Selection Mr J VAN PATTEN, CnniMionfc ..t Nlrkt-nr. SumiKn. accompanied by hit wife and inlranii on the C.C. Disappointed Not Consulted On Public Holiday Tinchamber of Connm disappointed that Cover Mr Van Patten expressed the £'< %  no1 ronsull than m making Mew that the failure of the BurT un*i u y a public holld.iv dados settlement in Surinam might The Council held a meeting un ft a ve been due to Insu/flclent rare Friday and decide,! to write GovII*Cj*laVMlri0 fh Bnlllm ^ i 437 Seat* In lha new Chamber twin aources of countless parliamentary K il disappear. For ampllill do nwav with the Jtiau'i ble-oeaker. and air con* •i will keep drowsy member* T' :'oor dimensions are the SJI <<• ii bfofi but the Chamber proportioned. Thare ;"-e still not enough Beat. for nil M..'*—onlv 487 But thero h '! i 328 -itrangers"—and 161 repot in selecting the settler* Commerce Council Will Grant Leave TO MEMBERS OF THE CHAMCER ernment expressing their feelings iin the matter. The letter was sent to the Colonial Secretary by the Cham-•£ %  Secretary and reada: Sir:—I am Instructed by the Council of the Chamber of Commcree to wide you CMI tl Of the pubiic holiday proclaimed to H,s fa c a fl aj n ej the O-yvarnor for Tiiewtnv, Of inner third. Churchill Arch One more sign'flcant touch—firedamaged atones from the old building are used In the entrance from the Commons lobby. And It is called the Churchill Arch "Horr*. Sweet Home". Churchill has always called Ch.imbeV during the long abseu I —L.E S O nllillP Mr. JolirtThorm* f .ii Join. Thonu-. .i hi L. .J.mce "Grey | i oa Sunday Ou*>i*t I, at the ripe ige of HI .' >bii Thome, to those who i .\ilcged to know him ai i b %  -tale that '. unbar of Comma responsible organised body and through 'U member*!.,p iv'reprcittt. number of Camraarca at ;*ntativc of the majority of com->." %  %  %  ...*. ..i.g jc.urmcrcial interests In Bridgetown say, agreed to a proposal ironi the They fed that they are competent Council of the Chamber that me to express the views of the Mmtouncii should have tiie power to mcrcial body and they are willing grant leave ot absence lo rnembcrs to assist Government In all matMr eleiifdtr.^.1. !" ",^ ^L'* 1 ? ot Ur ot lnterest to ,h business exceeding six months, and to apcommunity: point a member of the Chamber _. to act for any member who may i>c mutter of proclaiming . be granted leave of absence for •'" l '"(ionul public holiday is on i %  a month or more. hast to the commercial bod ItOVI forms (he second DO of Rule 2\ of th,. Huh* Of the Chamber. The Council had necessar> In view „f tin ffcd that •onatu • qul > %  Nwould L> Ml h RVl 1 %  • .. r ,..:.. ., .,,. .., i at the same lime Mr W. H G Iherc-u.Ti' Ifcul before a final decision tra made that they should have be. %  or at least ack land These • %  odied m I ad ii the n , %  I !!. %  Ii -.,,..,, it ni irnbi .,„t iribbfSMi toad tn Orw %  %  tion to the effect that no memlo ou My Council PJM disappointe thai Qovsramant hag seen tit t ignore the Chamber of Commeic BB| a matter of importune tc the business community. 1 am further instructed to "">" i am further instructed to ;ul ine vise that the decision lo proclaim a holiday on the day following bar who had terved on the Council before should be all. ordinary individual, **rve during the sixth-month but rutfcer u man of deep learnperiod proposed. He thouulit It Hi] keen ubservatlon and strong would be a good op|Krtunity t>. d views on moat subjects, allow a young man to gain An admirable Icature of the man experience, In serving or was. that he could differ most des Council pcrauly a Ith one on %  nyiubjeet. Mr A E. Taylor seconded the Mon"da7wh7chT.*alreyra^|'dav whether of personal interest or proposal but it was defeated when with only one •'"'"CW. shipping vinmbly a frtoiuUhip waa oithw „, k thf i%on m cLr.TTini ^TSST,'" SI" J n mb "' m '" or m;,dc or slrenlOicned. John Alroort R£> ,h?I2E ndmtxlM. W h.w .!, !„, ,„,' Thorn. Scaled .1 Lodlo ,i„.u on m? hnlW ,„„ ii~ ,£. ,0 ""O""""" •"•• m.n.v hr.nchr. I Srliool. undn lh€ Hcadmam-rtfilp !" 2,,, 1 V ' Ubour P"rH !" lly in IK. M Ihc tot. R.v. W H Prld..ux %*. **"" "^ c ountry dlalriru. will at in. end I next week find thomtclvc of their regular wage, which T T TTi T' i !" '.""""" "" v c unfortunate one. It hi n.a h..yr Ml the cla.h of oplnGal. ,. the caalln, vote aj.ln.t ,erioua inconvenience Ion or bme. .! %  argument, mjch It. Th. voUng had resulted in a le., dUtrlbutor. of 'tZh •M huj culture and broadneM of t... nv. fo, and live inliO vvhofejio „ ,J1 ^I.u ., VeDezuelans Want Interpreters YOU have a paradise for island and you do not knou Mr. Julio Martinet | tourist businessman of Venezuela told the members "f the Chamber of Commerce when they held a Special General day The people of Venezuela remember the beauty cf th> and like to come here he said but there are a few things whictneed looking after in order to keep up their interest .our.ige them to come. Mr Martinez listed these a:. -'lean bea-rhes and interpreters to help the Venezuelans at the airport and in the stores He for KarDadtans to do big bus.; Vanta ] | %  coal 11 Uvtoi 1 was high in Venezuesa %  in aauaapaa. an Udivkau • unnncr resort then ok) %  ia>to pay thirty-three doll day for three meals and a Bleep "We are big Scotch drn.kers too %  ad artfeaa we find a double drink for a comparatively i we say "Paradise beach t „ thi. Island The Venezuelans could spend i great deal of money here because he articles were very cheap in comparison with what they cost In Venezuela The Ymiwitaa.nl m to tit land 10 enjoy then nr and i. theughl it was only fitting, th.' to encourage them t i this beautiful island, hi tel owner should undertake u. have tlie l leaned of sea rag sbel 1 People who hail to do with Uto aale of merchandise should also interest themselves in thai He thought too that some interpreter should be kept at the airport to help the Venezuelans to be understood and that this should also be done in the store-TlilRSn.AY, OCTOBER 5. 1950 Georgetown Merchant Dies r-.-n. Oui Own C-tniyju diili OEOROETOWN. B G The Hon'ble Cramat Ally M*SiI PORT-OF-SPAIN. lalachlnery to the value oi n|50u,000 for the erection of the tcxiilc mill at Arima. will arrive next from the United States of Arnertcn. Mr. J M. Sana, dtleetor of Safle Bros. Textile Corporation of the United Stater, of America, who are selling up the Textile mill in Trinidad, is doe to arrive in the Island in five weeks' time to examine the progress of the work. Twentyfive acres of land belongine to the Arirna Borough Council and 15 acres of adjoining Crown Lands has been cleared. Cor this project. CLARKE'S "BLOOD MIXTURE Cleanse the system from blood imfturttles ; many sufferers from rheumatic aches and pains, lumbago, neuritis, pimples, bolls, sores and minor skin ailments, can derive great from tMs wool known medicine. !• LIQUID er TlllFf fOHM LOOK YOUR BEST TRINIDAD 8£fR .Fiom OUf Own C*-rre*pcril--i. i PORT-OF-SPAIN. THE Caribbean Development Con pany brewery al Champs Flejrs. Trinidad, has got into the market "to stay". The beer, produced by this company, is nov, on aale at the leading groceries lend shops, and many citizens who hav.' sampled it find it pleasing "o t o palate. Prit''t your home Sfiffa durable colour-lust iita love-linen* . peeifv B-H "Engli-ih" Faint B. H. PAINTS Again available at year Deslrr T. OEDIIES GRANT LTD. Agenla. "Bear, it's tun* you knew about HrHtt Your hair will be handsomtr by far when you treat it h. 'Vaseline' Hair Tonic. 1 Just use a few drops %  day... then see ttie difference! Buy %  bottle today! Vaseline^ MS (MPROVSD, ODEXSOAP O lets skin really elui Banishes penpiration odour Q Leaves body iweet and dilily Od> makes a derp (leaming laiber that i mild and j-rni fat face, hand, and daih, lih>. Ou> || ideal far family usr. AVOID OFFENDING-USE ODEX E&A'^TSJSS: mSS£ few? ; " fib HertM-ii Saav*. Kt an* u^ LB alrporl n •*•"* ^ ""ivals will Sir Herbert Oreaven Kt., and Hi Sir John Hutaon Kt. On leaving school he started his early business career with the then firm of Collymooro 5. Wright. Lumber merchant.-., but after a period transferred hat interest tn the more important vocation of a Lurnber %  urve.\ i. which he followed for 0 years, during whicli tiniv tin ri'i'itnanded the ininripal bt il thr leading Hrnu in citj in.Teasing years and fail;: i health limited his activlired from business • %  go. Among his %  the happeninns hg could relate His passing removes the last of the old school of Lum her Sorveyors from our midst KM 'k plasp the followiiu; morning from his late residence. m-m whence hU last mortal The Weather TO-OAT Sun Rises: 3 a.aa -Sun SrU: 5 W m. Moon (New) October 11 l.lihllng: gss) p m lliah Water: 10 4* |. m VESTrRDAY Kalnfatl (Codrlncton): Ml rotsl foe Month to Yester day: *'Ins. Tesaperailire *MK.> deg remih.-alure dlln ) dn f. Wind Direction < a m ) £ 3 P m | K by S Wind Veloeltv • miles pri hour Barometer (f a.m.) 39 .„ <3 p m > 29 S95 R6 0 0 HI create a great hardship .. these unfortunate people I have the honour to be. Sir. Yours faithfully. J ROBERT PETERKIN. s-rttarj 1 A M %  ... l-„...I. I ...I per.ni 1 iit*riilient-i. Paradol Mil 1. Ii... i-.. 1 ,. %  I fur headarhr.. t... Thr n.tme "|>r. Chase" is > .ur a^araii-. DR. CHASES PARADOL sBBBBs* Quick R*W from Pom Hgasl Breath 11^11-0*1 or OManKMsaaWm, wnbreaihUisriuily-Huri, „ Va.tra.nall Jun a ttw droii up -adl nowrll om OUT Own Corrp 0 fwl#, l i, POBT-Or^SPAIN An incalculablhunUllty whic. m ol no imnl. bul only of hi. work a, lha thing that matured rnol I'irmed th. •Frret nl Dr Art'iii H-hry Aii.MJ. rMir,^ Bishop o !" nld.d. and Ar.hbirtop of thi V-ct Indira So said Canon J. 1. Ramko)oo. who. in a long Ba,u.._ lyric, d-cland that 11 WM !„„, „_ sibl. ror him "lo pay thin trlbulc without .motion." lt ,. I So Hi. Excellency the Gov.tn :< ur. Sir Hulie,Kan,.", d U.200 PASSED FOR SPEAKER THE Uoi.se of Assembly .ol* 4 200 Tuesday to cove. ., league-. |v>th la the huvlneas com"I*""** f sending Hit Honour the nc i'-teiu(.Hl the Teachers' Ho-. munltj-. at"* his actual ibje or s wa '" •*"-* Mrs. Husbands to m' or Men " park Stieet, Port-*.: yhlg M •nl %  '•lends. The funernl '* nd th "P*ning ceremonv of (he SP"" 1 % %  -he unveiling of a po ntf. ::vrLpirfurmcl hv the Re\ Jf* IJUmbOt Of ttu HoUM ,.' l,Jl M llfcshOn An-'n Hind-.. Vicar of St. Marv'a. the tr>Com "">ns. termenf being at the Westbui ,, ~~ ;— ~~ where quite a repre Vgsiry AuthoriimA i,'„U d\r A r* • \X"cc,r„r,'el,'.; ToMakeLoT ^nd Of A Coin •jn Tuesday war. is going to be purged '— %  "—— n in s i A BRIGHTER LONGER LIFE!! vr... DURALIFE AUTO UATTKH IKSWITH EBONITE SEPARATORS COURTESY t.Alltt.i Whit. P.r fcKe.4. (ROBERT THOM. LTD.) Di.l 4391 I Pour some 'Wmdoiene'on a i 2 Spread .t over the glass an,! Jrae it a moment Sp, rkling glass — tn& easy nHfif, I or twice the shine in half the lime, JUII use vt'indolene. Oreasc, dirt and fly marks go n a nadi and lea*e jourglas* -parkhng and tpoilcssh cleao. ...at low Cost WITH DELICIOUS, NOURISHING QUAKER OATS rhere •. solid nounihmeni brimming oTer in Quslter Oais ... nourishmeni put there hy Mother Nature herself so you can get sup r BMrtnoa in its nunr.1 form. How the children GROW .. talltr, stronger-full of exuherant energy and sceady iiamins when they sun erery morning ofl wiih an sppetiiing. nuiriiioas (Jn.k.r Oaii BREAKFAST* No other whole grain cereal offers more nouriihmeni than Quaker OBIS . that's why it's called Nature's Wonder Food. And because Quaker OBB* helps to build pep and endurance, it's nnc for hard-working grown-ups. i V-'#*'--. iJliASl-AKl %  .::vxr, .:v.-Mtx*wtM Wmn E(|I>IPNE.NT nnn!iiin:v AND And She Applies SACROOL Because 8urtM Conquer* PAIN On Sal. u %  INKlim DRUG 8TOEI8 NOW... C MSB --1~ Mora Ran.on Than tver to Infoy Quokir Ootal Boil 2 tupi of wssar. Add sail. When boiliog. ,dd i ..ip "I jjiidtr OIII Cook it. tnrriag. Cor 2vs Your enqumos lor WKI.DING 1-LANTS un,l equipment KUKLU*. P rom ?' allc-imon from our experienced TRODLS available ex nock. "BRITISH OXYGEN" WELDING AND CUTTING w EQUIPMENT we invite you to inspect our stock of standard items, special enquiries will receive our immediate advice and. attention. STAINLESS STEEL FABRICATIONS— FIRTH BROWN" WE have now in slock STAINLESS STEEL SHEETS end are fully ,,,,,,p P e,l to haiHIe fahrir:,:ion, ". r '.ii-ni:n II Hi;.; n-.ocl. i n, a--id rcsistini'. sii'..| Tk II HI/t l it OS lltl \I,HY Lt*. IMul,. I'.rk Rond, Dial: I Mi, M ii,;,,, SI Mlilurl *''*'*''.-''.'-'-'.'---'.*.'.,•. .-. %  :-s.::* nV smvr&r*n's. >*ru TKI New Fordson Thsmes 1'ruvk handles bulky loads with wonderful ease and speed. In puwerful petrol •mgme gives yea a quick get-away and (*****' >W"^hnass. A diciel engine is nso srsitjhlc—should you prefer Ii Hydraulic ^rokesoo aDmodels. Servo .'kTZlf "" "I !SSS 3 Tonnc ^""^ - ">!.. provide ^ %  I?IA54 <, SJSS' 1 k u -"" %  *" ****• CHARLES Mf ENEARNEY & IU, LTD.



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PAGE TWO BARBADOS ADVCX Ml THURSDAY. OCTOBER 5. HI.VI H amontc I %  %  inMt. M' J W i' CMt* Mr Im • II t v\ ,1..V 1. %  aruart. Mr T J r. Ug. T > %  Douglaa Mi Eru Ai.ii--.Mr K > rifk), Vr A M Talor. Mr C A " n*W. Mr II II Ki.li < % %  Hi J N i*daV.t Mr K E W..I %  ..( %  Mr II < otimtn Mr .r n TI-SM V. IkMMl Sr .. M> M I I in. U A % II F*JCOC* ft m.-. \H E J Pr*tr. Mr K K. 0*i>mn Mi J M It— %  Mr Mr. B K •% %  !. %  A Mr II ( %  %  Mr W (_• (MO>,d. U>. J. K (ioMTfl '%  Maul Mr R. HutrflMOn %  %  %  J < %  II ..... Mi p rw.ii. Mi t i> u ,... %  • % % %  H [> C 1 Clua, Mr. A r lanirn.ni, M 1. |i Mrf*. Mr A. Ynrrt* Arriving Today E XPECTED by tlM MS Port UVMfnalo.j Mdcrman A. A. Boa. la understood thnt he will attend mewinc.lining Authorities la p i HI. u I Ix>inc U**i' Mayor, Alderman Doa is also a of the County coundl EOfM 4 % %  %  Council been set up |o pvapAri acnenv Plan %  in BOOn l-i submitted to the State Parliament ition. After visiting England he will ;ilsj ao to FI.I Montreal cfaco whfi hp will brave for Auftndla. Saw Two Teats M R. C. A. L GALE. Ediu-r uf thi"Barbados Advocate" who left Barbados for CnaSand towards the middle of May, > inoon by the Bonaire. He arrived just in time for the celabratloi ".:r of tin vktorioui West uxttca team who r^esday. i England Mi two of lh. (SCa... THE HON. MURTOOH OUINNEss and Mi. Tom McOes back from week"* holiday in arenad* Return Yesterday T*HK HON. MURTOOH OUINNESS and Mr. Tom M, Cos fiotn thoir weeks visit to Orenncin yesterday n> B W I A %  ada n i %  • MR. C. A. L. OALE. Editor o( the Barbidoa "Advocata" returned from England by the "Bonaire" on Monday. He i pictured here at tho Bamtage Ware lioiuie -bortly after be arrived. Intranait M R L STRAURS. until Irtly farming AIIKILI .. for Grenada on tba /' Monday. Mi S* .settle Iii (in'ii* %  • Sages*, formerly liie DP Sir Joseph de I.n Mnthe. Apart from Corriii planting. Mi Straust> intends to Invevtluute the posslI huge scale n purs in Qranada ii; children will he joining him in Grenada liefore the and of tl On Short Holiday S PENDING ; ahorl I Barbados are Mr. and Mrs. mnaton Warren and th. i ter who arrived (BOOB St Kbl over the week-end bv 1 While here they are staying at Strallon Villa. Bank I1..1. Mi Warren IK with B.W.I. Airwavs and la stationed In St. Kltta Kb wife IH the fotmrr Miirjori'* Ei %  4 Bt. KM After Three Months M lt. and MRS. DKN1S BARN* AIII> ai rived by tin JnlrauslI for St. Llltia DO Tocada: Th.v have had three raontna 1 %  also paid %  Generiil Manager D H B. Mc. c. CAI LAN, Entontoklal of the I College of Tropical Agriculture, la on inwaj back lo Trinidad on has been HI the Union <>r Boutl %  %  Also irtuining to Trinidad b) %  % %  • after I noiMai i I 1 %  ma Eyre led by his wife and two cnlldran. Mr. Eyre is the Gen eral Mauayei of the Trinidad RaOfnV) Used To Be With Bovell & Skeete M i' 01 TOR PIBLDfl rtved i | ra araaka %  inther passeiiKei leaving by T.C.A. ho arrived here i.n the Bonaire on Monday. Combining business Aith pleasure Mi Toppin als : V inci '.'ith Mrs. Toppin Leaves Today M ASTER IAN GORING, son o Mr. and Mrs. N. L. Goring of Georgetown. BriUsh Guiana, u-tiirns !•• n <'• by plane to-day ntei Queen's College. -Mr. . i irunant, The family lying at Itrookdale. Holetown. Ian onjo>e-l his holiday ver>' much and told Carlb that he would like to return for the Christmas h tfdsvi. New Reader *TMIE new Header in Chemistry 1 at the Imperial College of Tropical Agriculture Dr. G Griffith was a passenger for Trinlil.id from England on the Bonaire I to hiss agiM In the Auricultural Dciuirtment of L'ganda and <>( Malaya, where he wa^ d by Uio Japanese. After Five Weeks M R. J. T. H VOX who has bmu %  Bending s holiday with his family returned IHI Saturday nfternoon by B.W.I.A. '.o la Trinidad and Curacao. .ire lr about Bw week* With Iha Ban company In to stay in Trinidad and Curacao for a short arhlla vMttai BOOM of fa Dbac %  CBOSSWOKO LONHON Stella Iiown, ;i London Mnc kaits to go to the West hboV lone day She I ipiieanng this week at llan Student*' dance Wh; she want to go? kjecauie. she 1 havi :nueh ... gwessed hfl 'h< Wr' Indians 4 nve me! in Knuland; I find lhei ery fnendlN and helpful; no onfc an lie in their midst witlvmit feetM I*; at home--and the gJF % the daughter of a ajr-d BanK Manacer ai"h her parents at Crovdon At US Of 14. she appealed as Ihi i i fornanii gymna globes. This act led SU'lla to -nti act which enahl.-i he London in variety show:. I>urW the festive season of ChriMnnr-. aha had a break from variet. m k and appeared in pantomimes ,it the Shepherds Bush Empire and the Hackney theatre One day. Stella called at hei agent's office 'fan you dance rumba"" he asked "No." she re plied, "but III try" So Stell SUUtad practislne the rumlia ;,* homr daily until she mastered th' technique Her progress was s.. good that she was eventually aske'i to travel with the El-Mario Riimb.. Band (an all-girl* band) on n and i*. '". r tO : I her to t u i Says Goodbye AFTER an enjoyable tw • months' holiday in BarbadoMr Harry A Branch of the USA returned home on Moz. %  day via Trinidad by air to resume his duties as an electrical enginHe begs to aay goodbye to his many friends and to thank then for the wonderful time they ha.; • r'-lrr-H1 | 11 _!r r T1~ "1——: Rupert and the Castawau—1? i \ Manv coinlnc. bare a parucuiar ota. (6. S> CerlalDlj I (A) u. praise. < It ih porlical. (3) Inaeru COOIP fiom lti*w. ta> Obaerva a dioraM. Itritxi. Hi ; %  •• -liul dlffj i % %  (41 STELLA DAWN month'b UIUI i.f Sweden and another monili at the China theatre in StcN-kholm. (tpportunitv Vr Stella, the Second Wo.ld War offered a great opportunity to %  ran hai dancing '.dent and the rejdtaauon of her aa afaroo n to Iraval flainiaiij. Heigium, Holi.nd. itai. Malta and Egypt are inoni; the places she visited with ENSA show lucti .1 for membara ol Bua Majesty's forces. Early in 1949. she 'iad another opportunity Of travelling to Sweden and Denmark, with a rumba band. On returning lo England. Stella decided to padaiun bn Iha West Indian cat ma African tom-tom Since (hen. she has acquired such efficiency that at the West Indian student-' dance she took the place by tornv The flexibility of bar movement to the i'1-Ui't .f the calypso won loud bag* .oil .ippinuse from West Indians who were present. How did she come to know the calypso and the tom-tom" It ana West Indian friend who taught hai tin* calypso An African tomIOIT; playai introduced her to the prt of playing the tom-tom. At the moment. Stella is busy practising lbs Bolero" and features In cabaret shows at the Henency Club, lxtndon When she Is not rehearsing, she goes out with her camera, amateur photo%  raphv appeal* 'o her strong!). KLIZAMETH RELAXES LONDON. Princess Elizabeth has concetti i nambarr of her autumn pub! engagements and postponed others on the advice of her doctors. Elisabeth, whoso second child. Anne, was bom August 14. la "in the boat of nealth" hut her doctors reared her programme was "somewhat too >uav> %  and told the hetro ^resumptive to the throne to tak* %  t aaaj The official announcement from| Clarence House said: Her Royal Highness Pruiceaa F.lisabeth has been advised by her doctors that her programme engagements Drevtousty arranged for this autumn is somewhat x-o heavy and she has found therefore to make some alterations to her plans. Certain of the Princess' enajag' ments have been canceUed. Th' y are the opening of the Intarna Uonal Motor Show on October 11 the vial** tt the All-England Rangers Rallies at the Albert Hal {London) October 21. and ai White City (London) October 22 and Mtf visit to the 84th annual dairy show ot u British Dairy Farmers' Association at tjlya^Am ilondon) on October 16. •Her Royal Highness' visit Swindon (Wiltahire) has been uostponed from October 17. to November 14. and her vkdt to Baton Hall OfBcer Cadet Schoo ( .nd to Chester Cathedral arran,vt ( „r Nos^mber S. wUl now it b noped Uke place during the Spring of 1051" Ai^JATU t'LUB riMMA (Mambars Only, TO-NIGHT it 8.30 RAY MI LI AND—AUDREY TO ITER—THOMAS MITCHELl, m Pai amount's "AIJAS NICK HI \l Cemmetieblg FRIDAY g|h RONALD REAGAN ANN SHERIDAN in "KINfiS ROW" A Warner Bras. I'lrture. TO-DAY — Last two ahowa 5 and 8.30 p.m. Paramount's TOP MUSICAL THRILLER! Bins; CROSBY at bis best in Igg r fifJfry Bmy # f'*W Lotion . "Cmllni ud mcCndibw • Brc.lh of SprtnjThe ManufKlur. of l^imtf. Ilnds work for Fellow Barbadians II to 1e. .1 YMT Doler RIDING 'HIGH' SPECIAL MATINEE TO-BAY (Thurs.) Z P.M. Warner's Thrilling Doublo-Bdl Westerns LAND in .II.NL THE LAW Starring: Dak KORAN '"Ml STRIP SPECIAL MATINEi: SATIRDAY MORNING 9 M By i'opulai Request i :i.-i::.ii! pra i s ns i Hot'. LMug BTBWraON*8 Roddy MeDOWALL — Sue ENOLA Ml KIDNAPPED FRIDAY 1.30 A S 3B p.m A COiitinuing DAILY at 6 and 8 3V p.m ANOTHER Mt-lllll'llir "LOST BOUNDARIES" A FILM CLASSIC.SPSCIALI PLAZA THEATREB *,DG f row,v MAKE YOUR SELECTION FROM OUR LATEST ARRIVALS AND AVOID DISAPPOINTMENT1! JAaUt: ChlVBT. Slr-wbrriy iiutirvi m apbari ) "KOO" Flum Jan. (BOH.) V 11 n> TiMi orb ssssO Oolden Glory Pim Appla IJWT AJ.C. Apricot .. %  !, roT rHUIT: Appwu Sllca Appltt . %  14li; T Row Barf led p*ar> ilT % %  IJCX." Cliiislon i'-.-i'*it lb T -LJt.B." YaUow Clrnf PeachM. I rb T "SakaDuU" Peach** iniT "aakabuls" Mixni rruii isrb T vr-nrTABLas: I-K B." UAJIAMA Whole Tomalo-a i CarroUi. Oatl %  II—iPLAZA THEATRE. %  i -ti.i ur:-n hWUCtlW. IS I. JJtU I'-mil Wh. KoW hai dM4ppur.il Rupcri tries to folioand hndt that he can juar aquc between iht bOuMt. Ht OVl i| llo*ly btuM S %  oirryine, the burn *i1 iht bouU of railk. -Thi, U t JB |hrr lhw> 1 cam* laal Umc. he rnaitrr*. How imich hmhr( > n he br toins'*' LM,v.n| ( h bo:tit and !' .-1. : I On the \ the hag (or .. on and find. ),,„ nxa-bound f ,„l, tiny boM and m d*iU. Mill chattrrmc !•> h.m. "So dwC, „l, Barnadc H*I" rxclain ''Bui how on Koko h hers all by him.eK right Ruprn [tterlT plain. (U) ,'ounQ by ihanstiit hit aMM 3. Lurid tees eaaoaeo maae tun. 4. A good one prints wall. (S) 6. On* anagram ot posts. (Si f. LplE m lad a. Tha popular working wtwk. (4. | O. This la dull. 0<,OO ^ CO-^ 00^*> ^' 0tuning Friday OENE KELLY and UNA TURNER in •THE TURK! MUSKETEERS'" Color by TECHNICOLOR II A IM. V I \ S in all llepartini-nls AFTER STOCK-TAKING CALL AND INSPECT THEM. | Remember There is no parking problem when you shop with us / EMPIRE Lai Tare Shows To-daf 4.45 and 111 Republic Pictures presents i "PORTRAIT OF JENNIE" Starring : Jennifer Jones Joseph Cotten Ethas Bar ry more LUlaUaClth HOW To-day asoly 4.3* A I.IS M-G-M DOUBLE Claude Jarman. Jr. and David Brian INTRUDER IN THE DUST" AMD BIG CITY" with Margaret O'Brien, Robert Preston ROYAL i..-! Tsro Shews TO-DAY 4 10 and 8,31 Kepubltr Whole Serial "BLACK WIDOW" Fit IDA V —a U. 8.M Republic Mnsic.1 Double "HIT PARADE OF 194r AND "MEXICANA OLYMPIC To-day and Te-morTsw ISO and US Republic Smashing Double Paul Kelly—DtSDglas Fowlev in "THE GLASS ALIBI" AND "DAREDEVILS OF THE CLOUDS" with Robert Livingstone, May Clarke GLOBE TODAY 5 & 8.30 p.m. & Continuing iNTIS'Sltl f 0/n o J< \ Prices Pit 24, House 48, BaL 60, Boxes 72 Children I price Matinee House & BaL Special School Children 1.30 Matinees from Monday October 9th Children 18 cents Anywhere I in: BARBADOS IMM'I It A TIVI CaTTTON I \ I OIIV LTB). VALOR STOVES SIIVCLE IMI fME swiiNtais TABLE MODELS 1.1*4 BBX'KVERS •N FEET AT THE CORNER STORE 1



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PAGE FOIR B-MmiDOSfislADTOMTE .._. *t I.. •(>•—- T •1 Prtai.4 OK. i <. INM %  I%  -^ll-.l Tliur-.dii> Oetaae* ". ISM CB.C. THf; FguiM from the Colonial mt'lil j .; In Buwdw The rattan may be that Barbados is not Included in tinnine undertakings for which capital in the ute. Three undertaUngi have started in British Guiana, two in British Honduras, one in Jamaica, one in Turks and Caioos islands, one in Dominica and reconstruction work is being done in St. liucia. Of the total number of 131 protect! from the West Indies the Board r.as rejected 8". yvi'ii have been withdrawn, 34 project! :ire under consideration !j .n under Mtive JneeaUgaU i I 0 accepted. It is possible that projects from Barbados may be amonR the 26 West Indian projects which have not yet been rejected or accepted. Even before the spectacular misfire of the Groundnut "operation", the Colonial Development Corporation had adopted a policy of "gay little and only say something when you have something to say." This spirit of caution seems to be still prevalent, judging by the recent report and accounts of the Corporation for 1949. "The first two years of planning and investigation" says the report "have revealed that most of the Corporation's investments will not begin to yield at their estimated full rate for a considerable period 90 per cent of the estimated capital cost of the 28 undertakings already launched will have been incurred by the .-nd of 1952. but the total earnings of these 2H undertakings are not expected to reach 90 per cent of their eventual level for about 10 years after that." So far, 28 undertakings have obtained a total of £14,187,000 sanctioned by the Secretary of State. Besides the nine projects accepted in the West Indies, five Llava been accepted in West Africa, two in East Africa, four in Central Africa, one in the High Commission Territories in South Africa, four in the Far East and tl %  others not specified. In British Guiana the Corporation approved i debenture hokUn| a, c200.000 to British Guiana Consohduu-d GoldfleJda Ltd. Capital of £1,713,000 has been approved lor British Gafcaa Timbers. The report of the Corporation states that sales in the last quarter of 1949 were at the rate of £221,000 per annum and that the capital will be Increased during 1950 and other Uttaraata are expected to participate. In British Honduras £227,000 has been approved for a pilot scheme to establish an experimental area under cocoa with bananas as a shade crop. In addition C.D.C. has approved a holding of £166,000 for the British Honduras Fruit Company. In Jamaica the Corporation is erecting in Kingston an eight room pre-coolinj; store of 90.000 cubic feet capacity lo hold 400,000 cases of citrus annually from which the store will derive its main revenue. Capital lias l>een approved to the extent of £117,000 for Turks and Caicos Islands salt production. In Dominica £227,000 has been approved for a Grouped Undertaking. Proposals include citrus development, establishment of a modern grading and packing station to handle local citrus for export: the construe tion of a hydro-electric power plant to supply the capital town of Roseau and its environs and the establishment of a cold store and ice-working plant. This, to say nothing of the reconstruction of Castries, is an impressive list and if Barbados has so far been granted no assistance, it must be because she needs it less than other territories in the area. That is the only inference that can be made after two years of the Corporation's activities in which the mainland territories of the Caribbean have benefited much. Happy Tribute THE grant of free passages on the S.S. "Matina" by Messrs. Elders & Fyffes was a happy gesture by the steamship owners. The reciprocal invitation to the Skipper of the vessel to be a guest of honour at a public luncheon for the cricketers was evidence of the appreciation of that gesture. In these days of expensive travel and scarcity of ships it was an eloquent gesture of Messrs Elders & Fyffes, not only to grant free passages, but to change the prescribed iroule ui order that the players could come to Barbados first. But this is not the first nor the most outstanding sen-ice which Messrs Elders & Fyffes have rendered to the West Indies. Nor will it be the last The occasion on which this service was rendered was memorable. The West Indies had defeated the pick of all England on the cricket field and it was a happy thought which inspired an English Steamship line 0 the plaudits of the crowd by bringing them home free. It is a gesture which has been well appreciated and will long be remembered throughout lies. Ifook Review: BARBADOS ADVOf Ml TIICR^DW OCTOBEI . I50 \or fault*. c lr-tcc Confer... Perhaps i \m$\ t. %  hchffe reKM could never have come Into The Act opened the door of education lo n. %  paper wa alive, toton aongthem $S£LjF&& **£&*£&% gijissa ^jLJKrSff^-BssS-, H' !" *'!=ir SFS r --r%E had at last become articulate fr. in* that he had acquired ^ ^ Portrait P-inu-r* b* Allan en. ugh fxi.-ii.iu,' ut the writing Later he acquired the "ObCwjnne—Janea I'hacnlx 32/6 ami production sides of period!server" and then in 101R tie beAsa layman. m.i 1 always apal journalism he decided to came the chief proorietor of the prectato most in a :ok of paintir; n.-h out on inown The new llBlll Much non i-nsc ha> been JOSSJ are the few %  oloured prints the verbose Utle of talked about Nor%  clifTe havlBf one usually finds anVsBi the halfA *u-er, 10 UorrrmmdtmU on ruined the Time-'. ul to refill* ... ton* reproductions This book ha Etry Swofecl (rider the Sun", one has only to quote from the none, and I thin* that Is a i*m wt ch was soon shortened to the official history of that newspaper, tor U. mi opinlm, 110 half-tone AnstecTs", "To him the %  Times" owes iu picture can ever *i justice tc Ansuvrs prospered, catching transformation from a bankrupt oil paintuv Ittrwevtr 1 n iu rcadcis every edition through nineteenth-century rsite Into a add that the Itrj l[ ,,„du> • tipetitlons Harmsflourishing twentieth -eetlturj pro"Portrait Paintajrs arc cxrell w< th often pondered on the pcrty. .Kortl '.alone had and combined with the text they se et 01 catching the mind of the the genius. It \v, l,r his work, provide an mtete-nug record of m %  ses. What did the average his inventions and his chanjreg the development of portrait-paintm. 1 most want' Find that out that alone re-established the promg in Europe, from Greco-Roman an l mnke it the price of one of pert> encaustic portraits to the end of hi! competiUons In "Anawera", NorthcllfTe was. above all. a %  n I sales would continue to soar, showman "I never think of Mm Ti 're Is a storv of him at this without thinkinx of telephones." tli • findniK out thlnga for himwriteN hiih brought out several chJldr ,i's papers, such as "Comic .mil 7 -r.ji-i-Mr-.Vof", and In 1894 he made his lirst excursn *i Into the realm of news Jour... n by acquiring the "Ei-eninp helped to the se.'s ..f the N h: ifpe 1 later came the "Dm/,, AfotI". a lamln. inneteenUi century. Writing about (tie tsfiaracter _. English art. the ..uthor suggest* Uiat the English aie inclined lo be %  si abou: their artistic •at He |*omts out I hat from about A I*. 1000—1300 the ... English school of Illumination was his omce In the early days he had the finest in the world, this art del .^.. sr^^, b l-l IB '> "ear his foot, pended on the fervour of the When he pressed It it sounded Just rmotion behind It, which like the telephone going. He compoitnd of sXn^rstilion and would then take tip a receiverdeep religious fain, As this ara dummyat his side and conduct dour cooledand it had cooled *inyigmary conversation with much by the tlm of Chaucer— a Cabinet the art entered into a gradual de.. This was dine. one of his Piickish tricks to imThe outstanding characteristic press his visitors or just the playof Enuii h ;,n is iti naturalness, ful trick of the boy he always Us qualities roimn>-fn>m the heart %  %  ;,: rather than the head. We The supreme disappointment of have something of our Northcliffe"' DBreei was that he writes C'.vvnne—Jones outlived his bauquel of Power. He directly we forstfk> the Un came to think that he was Indlsnatural genius we lose rather pcnuble to the politician, he hd th... in Wo gtao £od £ ighty, sorbing theories; l*t us admire own." Rod it Mi %  real blow to him the ... yd George refused to ropy the h iiii.l DthtTS, but not IT 1 Israel Speeds To Bankrupted "You can't fail us now" u the cry as the once-abundant Supply 0/ American Cash begins to dry Up li. K< im* 1I1 Maraulav TKL AVIV. iron Curtain Poland These pooa monih. Clothing coupons are "W novelty for this pic were given to September I to enough tor one psli .f shoes j non o| Israel to lace .. teghter their intention of going to year. A suit would Udtc 2'*. year:' J!^_ %  ,J ,, IsrieL More than W.000 iegUtere.1 i-onSsx-t. Petrol it 5s. 6.1. u'gillon One more, therefore will nol but only 12.000 have BO fai l.fi A-ntch fill a botti.Stop the determiiii.tn.n to pect f or Israel Wh, ls ,„ n u ., In .mmigranti from foreign lands Israel's belief is that unless the, economy, determined u, hurtle 01 f &f !L as ** transport come soon they may never com" it> way until it hits the bufTets'' fetch them. at all. The shadow of a new war II...% %  t is a strangely moving exdoes not frighten Israel so much ,, r smMpasa penence. this gathering in of the as the posslbilitv of Jew* being ,. l " Arab s, a'* believe that Jewish people from all parts of trapped in Europe and Ai-ub I m'* s '"te cannot powihh promise. |fj| ready lo strain economv to brlnj ."""P 01 1 Population of 3.500.000 Moving it is, because the "Law them here at all costs ln any *' lri '" 1 %  tanost, Return," which is part of So, in Mfc peculiarly apt words fc Isr **' purees. She l Ismels Constitution, means that that architects use. speed is the P"'*' b M "*"le in the-way of •very month brings more mouths essence of the contract. feeding such a population ii to feed and IKKIICS |O el-the frum But can Israel do this? All she ^ 20 "illlio.i %  be sMnj r. '.IM, I ready strained and asks of time is three vears. Then tio n .""f *'] ls fertile enough If from a larder seriously low in 1953 she U-li.-ves her popul.iSH55S ** firmed, and the is rising ti n can be more or less tUbiliitd M0 r 00 acres now under cuttlvaat about 3.5O0.0O0 soub. ll ?. n .. could *• iol leasPJ^P'e from Canada, Australia, and to spare for ex pom Olive ile. But since when has n mother ,N<,W ^'"l.'"nd, and South Africa groves now bciti* replanted would %  fused *'i save her own children"" w *'^ resettled In the homeland olve the problem, of t s i Ii ill.v..,ii. ** %  ext thre *' vews fwael Until these th^ufs come 10 pas* a %  aaiirilK** .... is prepared to find from her own the strain on the counts SO this is an act of raith and a resources £187 million towards economv is enormous direct, deliberate, and downright resettling 600,000 people. To do .m; *• %  1 challenge to the orthodoxy of this, sacrifices have to he mad rsaS 1 Htsire* economies Israel does not care. rood rationing was introduced But Israel hopes — more she The drain of Israel's treasure ROM for th,Hrst time a year utte, demand*, that American J<--\ nu. An immigrant costs £600 clothes rationing three weeks a^o hoeps faith with the ideal of from the time he arrives in the Breakfast ln my hotel this Israel. It is plainly and bluntlv homeland until he becomes an morning was orange Juice and **** American Jewry has 004 Ml economic, self-supporting unit. bread and npricol |am The menu ''•'Kim to make sacrifices Wor^Nol all this cost, of course. Is i* plainly marked Austerity tlun that, dollar contribution* |Q borne by the State of Israel. PBI Hp.p' Inia nnolflctal "Marshall Aid" are Grisst sums have been found l>> *^a IVt'er falling There has been a drop of Jewry in America and Britain. Mybc it is thought a good thing £500,000 this ve.ir but Israel herself claims she has ,ha t Jews from America who comThe Arab war has been won shouldered a staggering burden on a-visilini; should bo brought to says Israel, but the peace is I 1 behalf of world Jewry. realise that there is a crisis on. dan i: t a| 1, ... in. ,,,,105, the The logical course to take would ow '"* wartime Britain ii all dollar flow 1 be for Israel to gear up her aeon!" Thr lMH r !" ns out at the end ing stream. omy to meet the steady pressure "' the week; the meat does not American Jewrv must send of immigrants, to further planr. always arrive £357 million worth of dollars in for housing, agriculture, irrigation. There arc as many queues for the next three yean ... or else, ami light industry. This Is orthSf"d, for buses, for cinemas in When Israel's war with the doxy Israel will not treat with Tel Aviv aa in Tottenham. The Arab Stntes was on. thev cheered orthodoxy. Israeli gets feu] ounces of meat themselves wa\\ |he thmight thi It may, they say, be later than a week He eannol take his ration they had a secret aapon called we think There are 1.400,000 In veal or lamb. There Is not any "No choice.' Israel believes to-dayJews in Eastern Europe, Africa, v, '-l 0£ lamb Ii is Just meat that she hn and Asia seeking to come to There is no butter at all. on—some sa\ reckless! Canada 's Constitution H> D Arrv O lln.is.ril QUEBEC Jn a set ti in: reminiscent ol the talks here in IBM, prior Id the lot he Dominion uie U Canadian ^uvernmenls met here 1* late September to attempt anew to find a of the country's complex constitutional problems. Prime Minister Louhl SI Laurent and the 10 provincial premiers gathered around an table in the legislative assembly to discuss again the possibility of giving Canada complete constitutional independence. The nieetinn* were a resumption of a federalnroviniijil constitutional conference held Ottawa last January. The conslitulional problem dates back to 1 r=T. Then Canada was a British colony. WI an the provinces decided to federate they %  ah the United Kingdom parliament to oass an act under which the federated provinces would operate. The act w„s known il the British North America Act and became the Canadian constitution. STATUS CHANGED .Mine 1867 Canada's status has changed to that of a sovereign nation. To-day Canada is the only member of the Commonwealth and the only sovereign power in the world without lull control over her own constitution. The United Kingdom parliament still has to ht asked to approve any constitutional amendment affecting matters within the Jotat jurisdiction of the federal and provincial governments. :*'o government likes that position particulatiy. The United Kingdom parliament R lid like to be relieved of a chore that at M 1.in time might prove embarrassing. The P 1 i.idian governments would like to see the pOWtJT to make all constitutional amendments re l in Canada. But so far they have been unble to agree on .1 formula for making conditional amendments once the power is Ottered from the United Kingdom to Canada. The conference received u report from a D unuttee of attorneys-general established II t January. The committee was asked lo t Ul harmonize the views of the provincial vernmenls on a proper formula for future ft istittitional amendments After meeting in private in Ottawa lost August, the comrrittee reported substantial agreement had been reached but that there were still some p nits of disagreement. I is believed that most of the disagreeIII Mit centres on sections 91 and 92 of the B N.A. Act. They contain some of the main p\vers of the federal and provincial governn -ills. Some of the provinces are said to U'A that no change should be made in ll P sections without the unanimous consent of all provinces. Others feel that no province %  hotald have the power to veto a change considered desirablp by a majority of the provinces.—C.P. brael, Thei 0,000 Jews —L.E S. Colfago l.unvh Each li Thl ihr 1. U | At* in-icllbl*. JOK*N. eft-drink Vendor. Books r .. ir it,,,. On formal *>-i Sibil, and n Qupttion Th,Editor, Tiie Adttocsie SIH. In your dailv news of *'"' Editor. Tie Advocate To, The EdU Sept 28, Mr A V S I., wiunder Sllt l'l<*ose giant me space In sot. the hcid Public I'tilitn-s .see!; inn >"> ibli COlUOUU Ul eanSd the asslstaoi.of Heesrg Smythles n *tatement which was made conaad Shepherd because he knows *'P";' n "1-unch at College' they can help him with a point he Stating that Johns drink-cart tried to make during the second onlv nu lwo tlo-ii glasses is inreaduiK debate on the Public *""V", ^o drinks are dished on* inilltles nm. The point is that in,tl1 """ i**** haveUledfor wtun on end after the setting up of ""'>' ^ '' p,, t(u* proposal board, nil labour troubles afTecting wages or other e monetary concessions (If any! to c.,,, 3( i ia in employees will be thrown square' 3 nd heavily on to the shoulders of the board, because he could not how any board, person or thing -p., Thrw.t TI, • 1 Id dictate to nnv person, comJ! I T ,' Ad v 7^. Mine time either dlrsctl* Of in christ Church special effortl. lirectly determining the salaries • f" 1 J? l ook5 wi * hcld and wages thev should my. S r, ,,a ( V October 6. at Emtage's N.w. Sir. bv vour ,^rnnssi.m. I ^ eclH "' gfc. Br "> •"*. n asking Mr. Lewis one question '•"'ough the kindness of Mr. Percy id demanding of him an answer Em a *; Any books for this sale should be left at Ladles' Club. 33 Broad Well Done The Adrorote. Oh Son* S nd iit..|fc,„ 0 f th ,oii 2> k !" "' VMo>iaKlW all Kno >ti n „. „ rl wlll ^,^. tO IKltlv pllVftl Olorf and faith ihc faef of llmi To hound and Tin(jlal [li.li %  • aam* playnl mih %  •' loiluiuBaatteai %  a inpif ii-Air.i-t Will, • .• ai mmtmml h-uItf rrd on %  •* -DUmai Thr^' irrrrtibl* |la> without delay as a repi of the people including %  winut fai away mt of O-I,M M vour hoaCs. rtlaJS?" **" "•"""' %  ^ """"-will % %  thr -ill |o !„ An unfrlandlv Hima lia ardour* fall IrnpanUI •%  To hoaU and |U .t. Vou eonqiwead' Nona the la*. Day altar da. *, CarlhN hasM %  "•'' SM b^i 'u javr rarr Mnnmr,. ers Does" the compel %  Jtrtet, t)efore October 6. % %  rmine the wanes pod salaries the wholesalers and retailshould pay? L. E. a ISM And tiw.tr %  Hal Yorkshire, Chrlit Cfiur^i: S E ARTHUR asskM will always hlnr. tour irmiiri: 4 davdi -...* m sthuiue how in pratae. Po.ta.lty wm mtm. aonala acclaim ImnmnaU L aaowira zsss N.Z. Air Force Unfit Iky J. I Iinili.nu WELUNGTON, N.Z. New Zealand's air force is unfit for war service either at home or overseas, according lo the chief of air staff, Air Vice-Marshal r Arthur Nevill In his annual report presented to parliament lie said that progrets had been made during Iba put year. However, he added: "Much remains to be accomplished before the operational control organization is fit for war in this theatre and before any units of t'nc regular air force reach the minimum strength and operational efficiency necessary tor service overseas." He placed the blame chiefly on the insufficient response to recruiting campaigns for ground staff and to problems arising from the continued use of obsolete aircraft. The most modern planes in use in any numbers In th,air force are Mosquitoes, all other planes being or still earlier vintage. UNIT OVERSEAS Despite Air Vice-Marshal Nevill's statement, a small unit of the New Zealand Air Forea has ham operating overseas with con%  plcuotl % % %  vess since late last year. A transport unit o! llakotas stationed at -Singapore has been taking part in the airlift to Hong Kong and also in the campaign aiainst the rebels in Malaya on supply-dropping missions. As a major step toward improving the position the government has already placed orders in England for large-scale re^quipment. The planes selected after lengthy investigation as most suitable for New Zealand requirements are the Do Havilland Vampire, s n-i ii L 'lii>r-bombcr. Ihe Handley• Hastings, a four-engincd long-range transport, the Bristol Freighter, a twin-engined short-range transport, and the De I Devon, a communications and training type— (C.P.) FILES 8" 10" 12" HALF ROUND BASTARD FILES 8" If 2ND CUT HALF ROUND BASTARD FILES 8" 10" 12" FLAT FILES 8" 12" 2ND CUT FLAT BASTARD FILES KNIFE FILES WARDING FILES 8" 8" 10" 12" ROUND 2ND CUT FIXES 10" CABINET RASP hAKRIERS RASP SAW FILES PHONES: 4472 & 4*87 WILKINSON A 1IAVNES CO. LTD. Surctwon lo C.S. PITCHER & CO. LTD. PORTABLE ElECUIC TOOLS -.-.as* .^l.V. At* K" IN IIOCH LIONiDE LEATHERETTE For Light Upholstery Work AND TABLE COVERINGS in the following Colours :— GREEN, BLUE. CREAM. PEACH. BROWN. DARK BLUE and BLACK ..Oin*. widr at $2.03 YfJ. a Da COSTA A tafc, Ltd. DRY GOODS DEPT, FINC TENDER MEATS liickriu 'lucks >"!< ot Lamb hosildrrs oT Lamb • aal Chops li-iiHrornrd Brcf lak ml UN. 1 "ears HtlHK-IHTII.-.'caches %  nt..irt. ir.iu l.rrri. lU.ckhcr.i.Kta Cream Powder UrsiMfl Sprouts—Hns >rrots In tins -trlns Beans In Tins Spinach In 1 in. U2T t'S nil n *W ll #### rot H I XlKRTliXMXG fall in or Phom* war I Vlelle Cure sl'rl I M> Ifl-oa. Fish lakea In tins 12 cents each 3-ot. Paatr In tins cents each J. A R. KANDWICn BREAD (RimN DRINKS FRESH FRITT and VEGETABLES Ire Cold IU It'll APPLES GODDARDS


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Till l!s|>\Y OCTOBFlt 5. \K0 BARBADOS ADVOCVTI PAC.f MM CLASSIFIED ADS. TILWMO 2 SO* THANKS .... DM I .i, II..| I,. -.1 aBbaa***. MM h^ Herbert and Jim MOMIn. IN M..MUKIAM .. memory of our d*. i beparted IM. lift m Qcl tland. % ,. ...i (•iiniui mend On htr ah**** uM depend Every day in %  -" %  •• % %  iiful nawr-orv eoaar* oor %  >' No ,l w* oat %  I ear. lo**! May Week* mulw. Ma*..d Tyrone -CeTandaotti friend i I 10 "SBIn IN Loving llMTwry of M*J I** 1 "* iiuntund litamarr MI-ART ••> %  > di*i n-r till. IBM llow mien I i'—rI the p.in Thai leadir* to ha. r> M in* Oil* I loved -1 *.*ll I ..aid not MS* At night when all I. alleni And ileep for*-*"" my e** Mi Ihouahta lire on the lonely pat*. Where i"y ar one lie* I Iie".rmbered by Mi Uvw wile Muriel Stuart, Aunt Ai.ua ...t. of our l>e*oved %  Me Bid. Itt. The midnight >Un ehlnr on the grave IM one Bra loved but could not **ve Someday, %  omawher*. we hope to iee The luce we koro in memory II:• loving K* and daughter. I HI •.. to %  %  M ,.. II, ti, %  I It'll AliiANK and WB* Inl4 (o rod on Orluber B, IM* f. irnd. on whom we alw.va could dep e nd, Ev**-> flay In Kim* iww way. f.i! nieiiiiv lonir. our w*V, No vat—can •*-. no ward* repay. hava M-t two yean io-da> %  • %  ramri-iliervd bv TH1C AUXYNE rAMIl.V mamon of TH KOTO II .f> ItUttlXV UUU.Y, 'i-> passed BWO" % %  Orlober 4. 1MB Ha thn i fie heart, ol Ihoae he lelt behind FOR SALE AUTOMOTIVK be mid lv Auction al Cole'. Garagon rnday eth at 1 p m JOIUf M. BUA DON — Auctioneer. 1 10 *0~£t I !IA\li I HIS THICKS anil I ., K I %  \ & Blwni'iG.n>[ KoetiLitk •'" %  •*' BJBCmCAL WAWtNO MACIIIMC One Canadi • %  S. ,. .'..-' %  .'.!.. a •UMiuur iBjln.li.* Thm niarhlne Mi never been uatd Owner teavlna; Col.mv Contact W tl ll.ilrhli.oo*. Co Utal ,.*. i io -* I'l Ml II Ml I II I S NOTICE Appl-taUoo* (or the POM ol P-rwrh.' Treaaurer lot the Part-h ol M. Phi'iiwill be i — nea] tar * not arter lh.Samrd.y Tth October lfa. Apollt-nn r,.kat fuiniah Birth CerlilWate. Medici Certiftta**. and Twllmaalala. and have keiun-al knawladae ol Buokhaeama -sagB AaadaaaM „.„. r ,. g, the Parian, and be prepared to tak. up dutiea on UMth of Ortawer. IK.. AH appUcBUoru to be acnl to6 D GARNTX Saqr M C P Matihfleld. St l^ulrp 30 t M m re •fajajaj will DC v -i.liU-l.-. .iikhMnar* In %  ul ni not be lea. than eifht > %  > no-.ra than twelve (U> yean ol a|a on la 11(1 July. IMI. Io be proved 07 a %  ii'tiamol Certificate which ITHMI accompany iho apaJi— M an. r-rcnla and/or Ooaidlaiia will be noti. bo the 1 IM HI M MMS IV HI H SAIJS l.4VI AUCTION led v ter.l Pall aefl hi. bouaahold Fumilur* -t Ma hofan. Lane T>. ,rw*aj ill. >. tnber 1M0 at \2 olloak Mm tptLf" minf Oilr.. Rocfti Couch. Night Chair. Centre Table. An ,11 Hahoaain> Lawwer. Wagon. W*,! Fland*. Sutgla and Double BeaMf >d •(lui ManUo Rod 10 Table large Pihc Dining TaMe. Braei hanging Oil UaragLali i>f Other Plein. Term* Caoh U'DONALD IMftlH-. UNDER T HL IVORY HAMMER Vhool dhod l. . Caah 1 10 aa—io and kitchen VIMC4WT REAL ESTATE I Btolbenal Turning Apply u I. t cyan. Old Poet OflVe Market 11*1. p ad th* alaV 10 EaaiDlnalMxi mil. I'nnrai of application can he obt.i 1 from the Vaatry clerk-* Ofll.e •V ORDER at. C REDMAN. lark. SB Michael-. Ve-ir 1 10 T NOTICE JAM NOTICI IS HERMY QIVFN that P-coni having any debt or rlalm asaanat dM K>tate of Jama* Ba-rfNaerd. d.ceaaed late of Bonrartl'i. near Britton*, Ran: Michael, who died In IhU laland on the 14th day of April. IBM. Intntate. air ieque.ted to Bend particular, of their claim* duly atte.ted to me. the under-Igned. Eu.tace Maxwrll Shllrlone. lite qualified Admin litre tor of the a* i d e.t*te on or before the JOth day of November IBM. a. aftor that data 1 "hall proceed to diitribute the aiaeta of thr ileceaaed among the partle* entitled tnerrto having regard onbr to II claim* of which I .hall then have hi notice and that 1 will not be liable f. aorta ao distributed or any pan thereof in anv peraon or pernm of whoa* debt Of aSBfaB 1 *hoU not then have had not ire and all peraon* Indebted Io the -ai.i .tatr are rrqne*t*d to aettle their account* with me without dalay. lBjS" ,r 1 m '* 4 h d V * %  *"' Tnb ""' E M. S II1I.ST->NrClna-i Solari Ml O-niirted AiliilnUirotor of the F.ttBte of Jame. flhepkerd. dere**ed MECHANICAL QfM band updated BACON "UCINO MACHINE Apply B. V aVotl Co Ltd.. Whltoparh 1J B M—i..i.n. KIX'OKD CHANCirjlf* Aulomallc b> Oarrerd, from S3BT0 to IMM while iher I.>M A Barnei at Co Ltd., Dial BW 34.B >a-*.( n. MISCELLANEOUS CASK**--*ifln rUim. Wine. Falemu: >nd Porter Rangtrai from thirty ..vonty Oallon* Oood CoridMion Rea*oiiable Oiler On Buy Tba l-> Dial 3111. D. r. da Abreu MTSS SM1HTH Large*! %  "•*!J' of Men* Wvlrta In town All 'RX1JANCXall Guaranlaad all attractively triced. I( tor -ny rraaon your *hiH i>i*plaa*a you. It can be returned to o* at no coat Wnatover lo you ROYAL BTOllE. High Street .U.B.BO on HTONE Apply to Ihe Man. 1 lullv tuarantred Kelu 1 l>e deli. .. jnd quainy ,. Sl.,1. II1K' *.. attain ODTTMJtWT-We have In atoch "i-"*^ all aTMlPi Ointment"' which M a kooci iemed> for Edema. Skin EruptionHing-Worm. Acne. Pimple* and bloflw on tho lace. Prlca 1.tin \ KNIGHT'S I.M. CUTICUKA PltEl'A RATIONS C" cure Toilet S—p Cuticur* Taclum n Cutlcura Ointment rra*h Mock BRUCB WEATlIOtllEAn I^d OVAVA C II E E S K—rreu-. dollciou guava cheeae. *uliable for randing l your niond* abroad. DUalwas M.XSII K .1... PaMMaaaai M %  Brownie Model "C' and Brownie Ho flea. Vou can lake -iapa**U_at nlajit In your own home. RIIUCE WEA riir-lt HEAD IJd. C WEAT 1.10 NOTICE Re Edate of GORDON SPRINGER .1...-1 NOTICE I* hereby given that penon* Raving any debt or claim t or erTreting the relate of Gordon Ppnnger late ol Black Rock who died In IhM laland on the 3lh day of May IMO. are hereby rrqulrwd to eenc" ~" p*rticu!ir* ol their eg. • of Mrori Hutchinaon and BanfleM or before Ihe 1Mb day of M.^emhi >M after which date I ahaO proceed .. diM.ibute th* aaaeU of Ihe %  mong the partio* entitled ll n having irgard to the dobu and latmi only of which I •hall that, have lad notice and that I dull not i"liahl* for a***** 00 diatrlbuied lo my per*on of who-e debU or ei-im 1 hall not have had notice at the lime i( urh dlMilhutl-ai And all peraaaa lag gam lo th* laid eatate are roguaatOd lo art He heir account, without dolay n.'-d H>~ 4th dav of OatOber IBM ULV JAWAilH Qualilted AdiiilnlatlWlflK of the Eatnle of Oordoii Si 1 ringer doeaai"-d Economy \* %  Majrl D REAL ESTATE OLMCO* Ca*-e. e( K Sew Rokd r."i'*bel*r The llouae mtaiin 1 Clnaed Oallery. I P Dm ng Room. 1 Bedroom* 1. Tnete are arveral raeociut • %  c-road Frui! Tree* m the v.rd aleo Calade Dial Mil *8 *•- %  NEW BUM.AI..W akBBI of BlCC* lane 1 awdiaon.*. with waah oaain. %  U. ligM and running; a*ie wllhi-> andhut on aODU *q -all encaaaed Worthu.g. oaar Oo Chio %  Milled AP4>lv !• Par fuMhe* parti Al. t IO M-an •''daa*.-.n an Fr-Ja October at I pm The V.-. .age or D will *et up for am Fo II Hafh *rer< the 11th dav o lllnghouaa aland 1.. %  %  la, ., above the M ,ia eacept Sui-da% Shop oppiwiti 0E WlsC NAPPING' ) Mian thewaand* of Doiu ha Order of the D-y I .k Well lieforr Le-pn le Abreu. a Trained and kaparlencWl \„.ti,-i-rr. Reel Cktale Broker h Valuaf %  ieii your Houaehold Purnlturo, Car* lit. at Auction, and -your Pro**ortia* ay Treaty No Sate or Sole High*. Ivm.Tt.ded Nothing Sold or Mt.uiad U' Me—Nothing to be Pah> Genuine Con.lion* abroad and In the B W 1 > Comlaaun Very Attrwctlve Pavirieta* Made ihin 4S hour* aftar Sale. Satialaction. MtiaWhi Deal* and Pi.yine.ita (i-^ran'eed BBaro lh*rg.m* Await Voir Oia*a> Then* M Imagine—a Hpacioua S Bedroom %  tagav Good Cagtdlllon. Modern Con iiiinn. Open Pront Cor.oreBe Oallery. Spactoui Yard en.loaad -It'i StoiMwaH. e View. Vacant, at Thanibury M1H. 0 Rd.. OoUig for Under ESOO.. and Almoat New Si.-iewail %  galow 3 Bedroom* two an p.m. aaah. at Navy _. Ponlabelle iSea.lde and la-tdiddel. ng lor Undo, gl.BH and nc vbovo v A Drilrable 1 Bedniom •• irgdi iiH-n Stonewall Bungalow In an Area 1 IX-to... Near Oty. VararU. (iotng t'nder ASSod An Ideal and Almoat 3 Bedroorn II inch Stone*. .1, i|*K-> at Brighton iNear Beachi. I ia.000 *n It Yield, ft*" 00 p m ng |or Under EI.4W A 3 Bodrooat tage by Bank Hall Main Kd ht-a, ->u, d. Yield. •£> 00 P m Going foi ler Et.loO A SPOCIIHI* 3 ReHrn.>n, lag* at Worthing Mam Kd Right Way to Boa. Spactoua Yard. Yield* M0.4*) |, n, Going lor ITnder El.BM. OL. A. re at 01-111,11 racing Sea. Corn. meiclal Area. Oolng for Under 14 Cti par aa ft C hie for Almoat anything in Bawl Eatatv To Bull One and All Coed and Attractive BU' with Aaaurad fte-faaer Value*—I ajpanalu* in and Olfer only ir-paction Swltcliad -No B*o-t or atoaatlng—No Fancy or Landau price*N> High Prr-aur* Method* afford* mPkaaatire to Deal with Keen Buyer* A Tip to awnefbk. %  ut orw-The San^laa. ntay rultow-Conlavl all Ag-nl— Raxogniaad, Private and Way war. Compare Proper lie*. QuoUtlon. imavlw fjuotatlon* for on* of the aald rropaafi*. u-i.il. Valuofc ro-a-J* Value*—if any. Uim Decide for Youreelvew A GOOD Ideal If IO Blao take along *o( K*n and Tiw Prlend* Dial 3111Wi-11 It SUtU U Call at "Olive Bough" Near Pavilion Court. H>.tma> ^-v Arm Look For My Sig>, Board Pnblir Ollirial Salt will be 1 .t MarahaPi Act IBM (1904-Sl >i Ihe 13th dav of October. : o'clock ld ajje. higtie.t lHdrl-r for •*_ apor*iaad value—All that certain '* nf Land eontarntng trv *dm*aire11 8.40" Sou.re Feet Mtuate In the u.rl*h of ChrIM Church at NAVY HARDENS hulling and hounding on land, ol Egbert Walch. of Mr. Carol on a private road railed Nalaon Rnarl. >ther in:T\ ling Houae t UMlng*. *c .._. '.illc.. The whole properli u 10 THItKr THOUSAND AMI POUNDH C3.OM0OAttache .. IVMCYMAK ABNWPT OltlFTTni f< in-,d toward* loliil.irilon *r N Tl —39-*. Depo*n to be paid on da "I purrhaa*. T T. Hr-AIH-VY. Provoat Mar.hii m -i f^TfTBfU*R*aaC HOUSE and out building, .landing on I*. acre, of land u < in 1*1 Church and dwelling nouaa dand .ng on ? acroa of Und al Entarprto*. Chrlet Church, adloininc the a inanlioned pratruaa* Thr above mentioned premier* will or id UP for *ah* by Mr* Luc** niqu.re on PramU*. i to Su *n I'IHSOMI The public are hereby giving credil to m> u. EI-COCK IM* Lynch 1 h% *.,i.*d ..-. %  DU1 i 1 1 do not h ei t -nv. written or. Si.nW EVAN S KIJV'K Waterlord Lang Bu*h Ball Road %  ate* The public are hereby warned .galaat lung credit to m %  '< %  FlfANoH IIUBONS nee T*ylnri a* I do not okl in* *ell r**f*ineible for her or m* one rhe contracting anv debt or IftWTOff BERESFOHll -.llil %  Grebe Land StaUoi I hereby warned agaiiul 1 any prreon or peiaoti* d not Th* public 1 ivmg credit i ham .never lo m. naoxold invaell reapiPvulile IM raaajagj agt* debt or debt* inleva br a written order igii-_ _, ,;,-! KFNNr-ni (>IX>NNr-l.l til "• 1 In my na %  ned tr* %  n* S 10 f-> In Rrsull.\ 01 B.C.I. Drawing place al midnight No Itao ConlaUon Prur ol II- 'g %  won bv Martfn Pranklln of rh^i >•*" aold by W Chaaaagnan Ol tho Ch Doll l(a*aa*iranl LABADOF I%  aa-j ..,.1 .it-.*. h*ra .,* ha ; O Maauaav M..ni* lodge CoUvi IWWMIAIi St rmde. 1.1 SWr.EPTAKE TK'ICET lli-l %  WEKPSTAKE T 40T1. C tarn an 111 Finder plea Marlorle He-die > Mirhart "WFEPATAKy TKTKn H3 rbafler pataar retui dvoraaf Ariv D*n' *VA*Tf£ 1.1...0 1 BBbfaM ill V.IM AllVIIIIISi roa TOITB !•.- a*-.. 1 MIB COrHllt *Mm W O arlEPTAKb Hapraaantlag Coaled*'.II.* Lai* AaaaalaU** co r B ARafjrrRONG i —.. iTRrDorToarT' BARBADOS T*l -'*!.' INDIVIDUAL COACBDHB hy aaEfaba. Univoraity Oraduat* Sahaoi (ertifkat* | and C aar a aarefal Proof-Raa-ling. 1*4 hmdlll-i e-Rnenfl • ti*.-! BrMBaV I Den IIMI in 1 COOK BOOKS — \aa BIRTHDAY EaOGflU 3301—High Street ROBERTS A CO.—DIA' SHIPPING NOTICES ROYAL NETHERLANDS STEAMSHIP CO. • ill IM. PROM iMnii.iH KOTTIRDAM AND IMWBR. I "Heritlla" Sent 3Bth: 30th Oct ft. -Ill IM. PROM AMSTERDAM g* DOVII m • "Bonalro" September Itlh -Ml is,. TO TltiMIHIi PABAaitRIHO DIMEBARA. ETC. -Helena" Rapt Hit I. "BonairwOct 3rd MI iv.. TO 'i M.I 11 PLTMOITH. ANTWrRP AMI taanUAM m a -Oranjai Lun 11 ed paare 1 >g r r available on thia vt I P BTCMON. BON AOKN1 Kpt IBIh CO LTB Nrvi. .1 Frldav 0 .1-1 Aruba Soil in "I %  :H \\ I s. >.n..nrr llnwi. AM. llnrl. Tel. No. an For Hardware of m pryDencriplion trs CENTRA'. THE lonmuL n.i-.in! Ol'Of Ur ...I 4.1 EMPORIUM LTD.—Proprtri tudiir Slreru i,-.'-V.WVWV.'/.'.'*''V,v*V. 1 .-.--'. .-. I MOW VKMh OF Canadian National Steaiusliips BOt TBBOL'ND CANADIAN CHALLBMGER IADV RODNWY CANADIAN CRUISER I.ADY NEIJaON Maairaal ai hopt. Bealea *" %  >• %  %  NOBTBBOL'ND IADY NELSON LADY RODNEY %¡ d V SEIJUVN BYM1N AMARA HAIJBOEANOI LIQUID PARAKEIN SYKIT OP PICS Mi KUSKS—Baby's First BcA. Foul Also B vBriel) ol CM-ARS t cold Blaawg* rial" n saw iii.laef.iii diethe third CotanU'"! the ticket wa* not -1 %  drew Iho blcv,le But r, ha. aea* %  %  **,m lor UV -o prirat MUM Holder* of Ticket. No 01 and No i-' f nould call on the Satre—y at "Bt. IV Welch**nd Falrfiakt for their PTtrei J M. HEWITT. Heavy Bacty C I. S 10 *> li I.OVIH^HM >onris DEPARTMERT OP EDUCATION 8T JOHN BAPTIST BOYS' SCHOOL—8T JAMES AppUcatium are invited lor the Headship of Si. Julrn Baplmt BfJUl 1 School from teachers with at least 10 years' teaching expert•twe, The minimum professional quallflcation required is the Certificate A of Ihe Department or exemption therefrom. Salary will be in accordance with the Government Scale for Head Teachers In a Grade I nementary School. Cundldates who have already submitted application forms in respect of previous vacancies i, ". \ • >< r. IN THE ASSISTANT COURT —f APPTAL Dniatahl* Jurladlctloni. CHARLES I'EBflVAI HINDS PUlnllrT "EARL AL8 DefrndBM IN purauanc* of an Order in thU Court In the above action made on the 3nth day of August lBSo. I give notlcat to all peraonhaving any e.t.te rtatit M Intererl In or any Mm or IncUtn trance alTerllng All thai .ertaln pMre %  llua Varant Post of Assistant VHerinary —*n ZEV -Zcv I* recommended for Cou Cold^ Diti-tiper Catorrh and Throat irritation* In Horw*. Dog*. Potatt* ' Citu*. price %  > bot KNIGHTS Lt>< 1 10 W .1 iriWIaTJUV For thoor who rfiffer li A-lhma era have "Prlaal JNva.lergI rtocti. Prlca 1/box. Obtainable at KNTOBTS Ltd SALVE For minor Cut*. Bum*. Wound*. Bite, and iting* ol Inarct*. u. %  """' H "'""' -"-Km'SiK-J uo *' |, 10. BO— -4P Hill HIM EDNAM. Halting*, Hot!**, 4 bedroom*, all modern venimco* Large yard witii frull i Prn' moder.e Phone 31*1 foffwnntr Mlrhaol In Rock I Ihla I of Satnt •rvajfity all hulling mil I Payne „ ha public r by hundred and •quara faet or thereahou!. 1-oundlng on landa of an i landa off IT Ptovrrba aa ad on Uadi of hfU* M C Iher land* of Ihe defendant before abut and bound to bring an acrount of their tatd with their wlrne*-e.. dodlmont* tflg vourhei. lo be *amln*d by me On -ny Ttieadav. or Friday between lb* heurOf 11 inoonl and 3 oelnek In the iiflernnon. al tho Office of ihe Clerk of tre A.-Utant Court of Appral at (he Court Houar Bridgetown, hefni* the tth dav of Se-plrrnber. IBM. In order that ,o Hie n ,ture and prioritv thereof ra a aac M va t y: atharwlaa ouch aerinna will b. precluded from the he-iefl| of the Mid INcree. and ha drprirad of all claim on o. .aam.I the a-kl amoort, Claimanu. .re al*n nollfied that they ni'-I attend the aald Court on Wedneidav. th* tth day of November. ItoO. ,. 10 o'clorh am. whan their aald claim* will bo ranked Given under my hand* thl. 30th dar %  I Allguat. llgO 1 v ODXFS Ag Clerk of the Aatnlanl Court of Appeal IfW—in 3. AppUtants should possess some knowledge of •n4neririg! surveys, elementary building construction, preparation of drawing! In connection therewith, malaria control measure*, land and be drainage and should be In po*ss">n of the Cambridge Senior School Certificate with a credit in mathemati.-. Expri.-nc. in rontrol of labour would be an advantage. 4. The commencing salary ma> be $864 and the period Of pmli.ition three months depending on qualifications. 5. Applications should be accompanied by. if possible, a taU mutual from a member of the Public Health Engineering prof.-ssloi and should btsubmitted to the Senior Medical Officer, Dommu... not 1 ,-. than 15th Ot-tobar, I960 30 9.50—In HURRICANE WARNINGS Vcanal S S "SiTHONIA" Fiom l-ondon leaves Due 1! .1 i'l'. 4th Oct. SS. "GEOLOGIST' UVttpooJ Nib Sept. 14th Ocl. JLS "LLOYDCREST" lafaMtatl 10lh Oct rut. <>i^ I Ol.l.nS HUM. SIIHII.S OF VAI.ll TO IIOHSF.-kF.EPF.RS is iiRin.M R3MOB0OAB NisniAS lb TinCOCKTAIL SAVOURY— JAlinis CREAM CRAUUBJ till IHM IKSTAHII POWIIKII I in IIIIKSK Ills, BTW rouATO SAUCJ Barm HALT mraoM mi BK0 WIHI I'KHKAI. IMNF.AI'ri I II HI ouvi limillll IIIIIHIl KHAI-r KIMI MTIIKMi: PAVim COCOA I.IITONS n A RIDGWAY COFFEE lib. TINS JOHN D. TA YL OR & SONS LTD. ^ lbWilBwVwwiwwww>ww//w^ CRANE VILLA AND CRANE VIEW Freehold pmruj'tie* with CVtf %  *'%  Acre" cue valuable OflVrtru for sale as u whole ,. I,. :.ikin over If required. || rrirlKiliCir-i OrrffltmaWi' '"" gajpi,i ga*|. JOHN M. BLADON '.^ % %  .-.' %  -'•-ry-^f^^^^^^^^£^Y''''HOMEWAKD POK THE UNITED KIN0D0M Vaaael Tor Clo-ca in Baitindns SS. "MOONCItfcST SS. "JUNECREST %  ..l.ivei!K..| I. .1.O Information apply to— DA COSTA & CO., LTD.—A t .nU SACUENAY TERMINALS SOUTHBOUND SAILINGS From Montreal, St. John, Nil. II To Barbados, Trinidad, Dcmciaio, b(,. S Sl-ArRHlH omtX M-rhlll aU.eeoppoatte D M. Simp-on A *-" APP WTB Hutchlraoo 4h Co. D ; l 44B4 ell Coaai ,m* and ail %  Filde. Radk>. Oarage. Se.^nt. Koor and large i4.rfc< WarniRfl by the blowing of the sirens which |iai recently been installed at various point* for this purpose Immediately following on the Issue of a CaaKlonaru Warning the sirens will be blown at fifteen minute Intervals over a period <>r one hour. If electric power is available when it is possible lo give the Ail Clear", the sirens will be blown continuously for three minute*. SO.9 f0—2n OFFICIAL nARBADCgS SALE i m ajg*. 1 College -AIH b* neid or the IJth Movaml>*r. IBM. at 'g* CindldaUra ml.' preorni I hom%  am accompanied b Taeti JS"-.""" B -""^ r J g 'Bqullable JurlBBietioii OVARLM praacrVAL IHNTMI ^ Plaintl* 1-r.Aiu. ALB DaOai id NOTICt: Id hereb/ given 'h.t Dv virtue ol an Order of Ihe Aa*l*Unt Court of ADpral dated Ihe JOth day of Auguat. 'Xc mere wilt be art up for Ml" to II* higbeal bidder at lb* Offlc* of the cirrk of iho Aaahttard C-urt of Appral -t the Court Houar. Bridgetown, between the hour* of 11 inoont and 2 ocloeh M Ihe afternoon on Frldav the terdh d*r Of November IBBfl all that certain B or parrel of land affc-te at Upper ymor* Raaft ln lh e parfh Of Saint M,-H-et itht. fiand canUir-ing bvr adn edpurrrnent thirty-two hundrtd and M-ventv-iU aquare fr*t or theraaboutahultlng and bounding on land, of one 0 Payne on land* of H Provrrba on Ihe public road on land* of Ml** M C Al* and on other Und* of the defendant Ml** Pearl Al* or however 'lw the algae mar abut and hound, and if not than aold Ihe -aid property Will he —t up „ vale .,n evert aueceadlng Friday twr-en the *am* hour* until the anr folil tor a rum i.ot lea* than g ISO OS Dated Thl. 9*th day of Aiguit. IBaB I V OTLKia. Ag Clerfc of the Aaahrtant APPOINTMENT OF KEEPER OP CLOTHING GENERAL HOSPITAL. Applications are Invited f I the pensionable post of K Clothing, General Hospital at a salary of $1,058 rising b> ineremenu of $48 to $1,K. I Applicants should not be over 40 years of age, should have attained n satisfactory standard of education and should he compo. tent dressmakers with experience in the supervision of the work of a large staff of seamstresses and washers They should be competent io keep records of the work done m the Department, and will be responsible for the maintenance of stocks. Appointment wBl be on probation for two yearIn the first irurtance. 3. Application* on form* obtainable from the Secretary. Genoral Hospital, should be forwarded to him not later than the 'M • of October. 1W0, MaaUeai I BUi Kept %  Hi Met I nth .*—pt •*• 1 lowmm OLA1IB FOR FRONT DOORH AT MiliS.ilN -HIATIONERV Aa* UAKDWARE %  %  : %  : s'.-ssss. vz/Aw ----. 31, %  Ml PUBLIC HEALTH EHOINBERIHO STAFF DOMINICA VACAHCY FOR FIELD TECHNICIAN ol Firlri T-hnin Hrlth Appiiclicn.. ;.,,It.viUd fur Irir Ih,Publl and th' uoeea/ul appll, nl will be miulratl to aeni. a ptobati..r,,r. M god „f alx months on Ihe successful com| plrtlon of which he would b. asked to si.n a contract to tlft December. IMS. BACK AGAIN'. Dr.CHARLISO.Y.LOWF, (hiroprailor BAY STREET Furniture %  HI nun rr Bini; HMO i tfRCI UliMMIMiN :'...'. Ii.^anr C*d-i Bu-h or Daal. H teparate pi*"" I led no* %  %  Bad %  %  Table* Tea KHrhari . el. H.dei..>od L. S. WILSON | Trafalgar Otreet UwA*lrVWW//A'/'' :>.....-.W.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.---. %  :-.-.-.-.-.-^-.V^r QUALITY PAINTS lo our NF.W PREMISES ol SWAN H LUCAS STREETS. BARBADOS HARDWARE CO. 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TlllBSDAY. OCTOBER 1 1M0 Sugar Producers Reject IJemantls h G. Worktfi Union I ll*raan Our On I L acrewN [The British Guiana Sugar ProI % %  A ... %  : ,,:,,; r demands made by the Guiana iluslrial Workers" Union General Prou,.: inj ,• Khhamalnsli. pie Unions memorandum tided lo Ifc_Sugar Producers on tgust 30 demanded Ihal the aociaUoii 'meet and tie** with Union", and alao called for •homing, implementation of ftain recommeodauoiis of the in-Sudeli Comniiation. and in** %  of wages. The memoraiin was aecompanied by a threat Colony-wide strike of all -' estate workers, If the deids were rejected. Delegate*' Conference of OH ons was held on Monday and ras decided to hold a scrte* meetings near all the i find out the feelings of the leers, before making the final ie decision. Its reply to the Union, the nation stated.. .it is neees. however, to make it clear the position in regard to and earnings of sugar ers In the light of the rises he cost of living during this had been forcibly B jltention of ihe H.li.S.P.A *f-'ki before inG-f.W.U's letter of August 30, two of the Unions In the itry with whom the has collective agreements for lejotlation of md BARBADOS ADVOCATE I'M.I THREE fi/httfOMM tk eWflgg-^p 1 i ICTURED HERE are (left to rlgnt) 1 Mr J epb do Bei'nT of at. JCnci %  d B Dir • orneeding oi the B.W.I. J .-armA^ociauop held here on October 2nd and 3rd. Cost Of Living Rises In B.G. Harbour Log Seaxvell In Carlisle Ba> Owm rvrrfon.ndr.lt U I l-kn La II. matter GEORGETOWN, D.G. There was a rise of 1/lOth of u point m the Cost of Living Index nrst raised by fa, working class families in te" z? <**?* • Covers. SffisS IJU!" Trade Union in July Ud bag IS to August 15. 1950, from 235 "ft been the sub)ect of joint lo JM.fl while in the Index for 'fences held under tin-ChnliBoV lndinn Working Class famihlp of the Acting COBnUaUei nn sugar plantations thoro r of Labour between repre*M %  downward moven.^-nt from tlves of the M.PCA. and 264.0 to 262.8 due to a decline in Workers' League the pnce ,n ,np Clothing and IftaS P A ccllaneous groups. in !" i.ai tf y. < nte

• in tbfl miscellaneous d to Government who are sub-Index there was noted an aptly concerned in this problem, ptecf able downward movement .is I a Una) decision on these a result of u heavy reduction m OMI is reached It is not ne average retail price of starch. Sen Bblc to make any statement It them." In the other sub-indices there were upward movements in the prices of fish, tomatoes, potatoes. tea, ground coffee and cheese; in tton prints for women, and kerosene oil and candles Official Slateinnit I a result of this statement u l>il Goveriinicin state m c n i II.CM of Uving Index numheut have been Invited Mrs for working dan faanUle. in sign cue lotum. i ei Georgetown n brisetl on ;i defur by the Supr>; P tailed toquln gtS in 1042 into Jciotion and tbe employee* 1 tin spending habits of 1,400 faim%  concert.' 1 % %  statistics for East Itivaae in th.ratal] price 'if <"-' rkinu das-, fjpiilies .ire (r ,r\0 Mianaimrl C i.niibF. Smltti ftvn T.y. Waarn* t"'*>>lrl. Sk-h. Hliuld WUUC< J*rn g-rt>Mn>'.r1< A|viu tlnrliour bhippnig Mailer T*inple Ar*h. 3BS4 i .; twin rrom si Knu Aam !"*"* %  a> c* utd %  %  H„',. (ll .-. IBS! lonfc l-apl IX>oH. IJI-. rront Arr..lntn rl-.,! Max-ara -> J' Miuaon Svfui" nalQuaaii. at i.., tvina from SI Srhouncr OWIBTO' AHtMialion .%  i %  i ...... v, cagN Maia-Hnii. from Brmui Uui.iru. '•ticfit* Suor< Aaarrciafioii LadjNoalaati. 41 lor. Cas>f. NIH-I. from Dominir'. AsrniSrhon*r Ownara Aa>cialion B S Matin.. 9151 ton., Ci|>l Rotorrt< liom Sour ham irton. Aa*n<' Mn-i %  W'iku.M,., a> Haynoa. DIPtMTl KIT *'i""M-< HOUv N. JOMI, SS ion.. I.M..t<< Ml nomliyira. A*i-J, Edmund Owvnn. -Umitrl A-'*. I •—• t.-^ B l, W *'L %  %  MrWate. U Q BlwiH 8st?-ra Iturm M!£ M ,."? M,r '' *s-'a*e mahop Hush... L*, U |, r-ahn Alban !" % % %  s %  Th.nna. MR*rU, Manica i( u ,idn r,,n Or.rrtla EinrM RirHiai. IMXIMM RIM-KIT 7I!" ..mi.. t> (1 ..!.,: „.,. i„.,,i,i.,. .!.,.„. ,_„, Mni-rhorMi il ii. ^'#1" S^L"*^. 1 ^"* *•*"': l>""lhea King II.-V. M ItfCNli :>. jMlhR/i %  uastR i. .II ('(••llldl ;, • "'' M Uloid H..IHU rim* w.P. i K. Will I %  II.I KKaa i>.i.o>>r. S 8 RuHiii. IB90 Ion-. C.aVin.ir-ja;t. A I .. I..I STS 11. .ilih. tUi* i i .,. I %  %  oolda. f-.r l-orlo Ruo. Aa>nl*. MMAI .. I I.I %  • %  soaiskaji i -. in.M Kmnn, 74 losn. f'upt ll %  U'"!" laWaars aotm Tfiom %  rhoonai W il | .ris. c.'pt Jnaa-ph.^ for Dominica, Agenln Xrhontirr Bsasaooaar aioria HcnrMia, sa torn C ..pi Glyiin. lor Anti.ia, A|cnu %  e h H i m i >-,,...A.. ri,,ii.,. ES. Oolil U^ivB". 1&00 lorn, Cap' Edwarda, for Trinidad. Ascnlai MatMu Jit Kiip,,ji i— Maatar. II M ullna JTM lon Crt Robart, fprTrtnJdi.ol. Aflrnl. Urt< WllklnoonHjiiigag S^a. Boruolrf. IMI -on.. Capt fH>)>h-icH. ft.r Trinidad. Alritu Me aa f In Touch With Barbados Coast Station Cl>l* jr.d Wtrolaaa tW f n India.. Ud Ion. A. > I.I, „ MXDonald And raw. from IKIM1NU-A FTank M dr ?hllll.H,f 0 rd. W %  u-Malley T.M, Rhmry r comes out in the flavour! And what gaa in I \\ '.\ pur, •ngor. whooi, frrh vgn and I togdohu with th <.|tl.-. hoIU-.1-' Hum . ..,.,! [ %  / wliolo snrM uv,, S„ m.n, :\ •Ori6linu.chom.lt,.,,. Cootonl Oi.n,. .ml I<.'0.| mollinly .Wlr SI Ml. . ,|| oron-froh.6o],.i HUNTLEY a PALMERS BISCUIT delicious wholesome and •luiritious AaiNfi J. s uka CO i . P O I-. lll.lliDCITOI i DCU ric. IlnwkmM H Belmar; Drm. Uandaa; wi; Slrlln l A/I. Ariiaham, KITTS VI ... Wln*on Wait m %  Wasn %  %  I DBPAH .i Rl !_'.'.)..V'' "*• %  %  ii w i r.,i THIMtDAD |-.,!ftl Hlk K R.I.in*. II WtRlaHi lllll W _M-*n.r Charka rli.lfhidr. PORT OF SPAIN. Qulnlin O'Connor, Gener. I ... wary Of ihe Federated Workt„ t j,e Port-of-Spain hOSplUI raoe Union in Trinidad, nas lited an invitation from the Teachers and school mates stoo i ada Manual and Mental by horror stricken as the boy >; ;ers' Trade Union to be ,.i I % %  ran) the air Passersb-* In a dispute between the ctssfully tried to free the boys ind the sugar cstatc> A hand from the rail spike, lock In the ncg0ii.itIons was Finally n mechanic n.:ni,. ted last week between repreundertook to cut the spike off the tlves of the Grenada Sugar rail with which the boy was taken >ry, Ltd., the Associated Es• % %  hospital where the spike was and the Union taken out of his hand. — CC.P. ) larIh, • ill, Ihw following; artipa UWOUgll ">' P.-ortoraricra CM* Slatloi. %  x Thelrtu 4. S June Craal, ri l '-'-""' %  SunwaO. II Resk"n Lilon. >* R F.wi dr Praiira. S S M-l'" S DlMrVa Andal.icl.. S H LlM. R.S Baan Brarll. A SI fort Anil'r. s C.rac-1-i. S *( Calilo. 8 S Mia..n,-r. B I'lonavr. S S EllraliHn A rUrtUSa>n. t* 3 Cl*va-land. Hs M .. HI* S Oalalina. as Bonalra, *.* Bal.l*. f* 8 Alcoa pMinanl. S II. Inft*. BI.SS ** Miltco, 8 H Al<-"n l'>'*uv SM Klo,x. SS Aunwaii • %  Ale... RUMIICT. o^ s rn-nlirook. s S pi-m .1 •• rV.<-' ri.-hafatn, SB Jalla. II Helena, f* S Alrna Clipper. <* S UofVllle. S • Bellla, S S rVifln*. S Duliirm, M S n.itn <.-.. tn i-i %  1.1 %  i. %  ; '1 & nnd'i Crro*ru 'tgulaitx inJ us m I Vond'i Ofosu Autr ndd* u my ik. -i '* to mata 10/ur. imoothtr, tUa/tr" I mxiHY, u *ot*df. '7'u/iJ ColJ ttr>, 1 LiJt t'udlrf iof-U^i Tour eompleiion tbt I" I >6l >il th* %  %  ttghi, eleanai ON atig laonyghrf with PogMfg O.M Initii. swirUng ii grntlv orcr face an it throat with %  Hir fiaa I nan more Cold Cream for. %  Ira cleansing, citrs snlteamg, j la dw aaonuag, before you make-up. sBtooth %  little PoaxTs Vaniahina; Creiaim into y..ur tkio. This %  Ifliglitful. non-greasy cream maLcs in i.|-; powder l-e bercose it holds p"weiW matt for hours It pmlecls your skin. too. -tart at onee u.th IVn.l'* twormmi tnmakeyoar %  km rlewrer. gafur, smouthc-T. In a very short while youTJ IMthnllej ,iib its new rsvlianr-eAt all Iteauly counters Pond's He COM n I 1 H "i '"ie; r*n (tin Vlrtia. l,i„ ,. Dat'oala. lii load Harry Branch: Edlll> Maria Haimidr. '.':?""J"„ Ali Vhdm. Joine. Mr OMph, Hlch.ir.1 Cnl.111. Denlw. Ilolwn,. Dorla Woodleyt Ken, Whll,. Itof.th} a(Mt*j Ctaod. inner J,. v .. J. ,,,WLrndr Unonond Ct-rke. Dr Cliarla. Dme: Jnlr> IWiuviuv Cdmiinil Ian Parker, ^jflllh .".ckei (.mian PHfear, riuUva Kona. Avlna %  wdeau; nraham aihttona^ Comdance FUwn: Dnioihv Anlci J,>o| PYudatlf' Jy.a* Caliral. Mlaven M-„-HMd .JracMantfleM: Pat WnMherhead M*tr V.eallierhe..d. Sandra tjiriroo ; |ont tXertn,.: Mirrri.n fturrlrto, AiSulI.I. Querlno Albertha Waltht: Mi. hae Niirae. Florle Browne. PtW Lanr: Wujih rayna: rteniw. Dookl. J.-aph Jjirrler. Ml.qenevtevc Dookle. Aim,. Lamer. Manuel Oontalas; Kailiael '•rnon CorUai p.irick tiam^. VerneAllcyne. t_ra]je> Dooklt; Cecil CIII-TV Dciiri Dookle rdwaid CwnoarfMirh; Thranm Mull. gna Cork Henry Clark Wednr Clark. AlberMlirhall M.rc1e. KmiiMy; Rlrhar.l Kennedy; Marguerlle Bynoe. M-l %  r.ome.. C-rloila Oraltam; CharVDearve OU\e Jone.. John Jonei; Orn cilia Ollort; Doroih* llm,„ 1Bjgaj n...t ..macho. Varrw BennelRdknund (leoyna lotin Corbin. Tnagn Maugtinn Joytc Wooding Dean. ManIr.iPHSudi Alicia PraiKvachl. Bnrr> FrarvfeKhl. fell. Prancewhl, Hodney Fn.tiie.-hi Wendy rrante*hlMarlltP Alicia m.jarena. Wr.lev F<" Hush KVatyn; Maria Ivelvi. Cj—ISSii 1 harlr-a M| Ciatnoned fsaVaflasssMbrl maiki>e.ihl* h> hMh g* 1 aa aeniionanJ |JU->I i>.v oi od abaorbM ^ %  tkl Mill further to ihi% POBSI and sec this "plu*" \ertion M a world-wide ipom car sucven Bcdci Mill, come lot a dmc' NEW TO 5FRIPS lo Uila ii more neamhine. a af d coah lei* .. .l-..i fraih, al*ay* woi l-lly ci.p. ,o-n, and old la thorn I uka LMilDGEi JUST RUB ON HEAL SORE DRY SKIN McmlioUiiuni' Balm II,MI. Bon .nut < nwfcad Sim )HM hkc magk and it ii MI simple 10 11,'. You juM Rill II (JN. 'Meotholatum' iiutanU) kfapi i[iit;Hion. WoUiu soreness uud makes your gain cu.il tod smooth. -Mentholotum* is good for ALL Skin troubles. As it cootl il Nonlhcs. As it soothes it lehevcs. A. il fcln.es it heals. Oukk—get | j,u or lirt to-day. MENTHOLATUM ASK FOR REAL MEN-THO-LAY-TUM FORT ROYAL 4.ABACI LTD. Phone 2385 Sol. Diifribulori Phone 4S04 N.rf. Onl t lv Ihl Minthol.lum 6: LU, tttt. 1IISI llllgb, En,lM„i. FASTER SERVICE TO BY B.O.A.C. CONSTELLATION IN CONJUNCTION WITH B.W.IA Regular Hpeedblnl Merrlee to No tips or estraa tr ,. sgCarl Aft* one ''ciiititrict on all all eontlneata meana (bat few journeys antoo Car, need take too long. OET THEEE BOONEK WAY THESE LOKOEEI Hint r.fl.rfa DO.Ai;i 31 year old tradilloa of H|*crdl>ird Hor% iee and eiporlauea. Ki From Uarloados io igatt.n l.y B.W.T.A. . idea Lying > re* i% II ; i... 1"! lira. | Flights Weekly R't l Far9 • N 1,4*17 M Aisoe,nl,xg r ^MMa WTic ,, t< B^p. ^ d fc Htll AmerICl BO AC. TAKES GOOD CAltg OF YOU Book throiioh iffmr ioeal B.OA.C. Appointed Agent tofto makes no efiarpr for adoiee, Infnrntation or ftoofcinos by SpeedMrd" i„ til nx conttnenlt. FLY-BQAC ^sser-'' BRITISH OVERSEAS AIRWAYS CORPORATION BRITISH WEST INDIAN AIRWAYS LIMITED %  ridge" wa Lowar Broad 8treat Phone 41*6 ri..,i"..rl. i|i titajaj wristwafft .o lha -|>li)--. %  I liming ol iimdeni tnl4e ii niiiI inn!•.,. Hj-hoj.oridraMaJagM ;.'.%<• lie iprlai tad ronfbrl ol 'he Dn..l..|..ll.. 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TEarailay /S ^, Orl.,l.rr a BaTbaoos fluuocate Prlre: FIRST RELIEF GOODS REACH S %  — >1 LordLyle PraisesBusta's "Private Enterprise'* (Challenges Socialist Policy For Colonies (From Our Own Correspondent) LONDON, Oct 4. LORD LYLE this afternoon gave me a personal message for the West Indieu replying to Mr Herbert Morrison's sugar nationalisation threat speech at the Labour Conference at Margate this morning "Mr. Morrison admits thai !a stil) on his nationalisation list.' Lord I.yli' .s.i : 1 mn:t assume thriftn %  that the contents of 'Labour BeliSVM .11 Hritain still hold Ijood and that the threat uxliii li to the producini; con1 is in Jamaica and elsewl. —— "One m.Mncnt the Socialist' %  h fraedom and selt-govcrnth-< 1_ rm \ ui'..v vmi i Record Rains Flood E.Kitiprton: Damage Estimated $125,000 o,ii c>w i..i n .putitlmti KINGSTON, Jamaica, The hoavtosl October rains for .1 Corporate area on Sutiduv threatened the humes of Eastern Kingston residents causing pniui. movml Several householders und shop KOe p a n losl their belongings s flood-waters from adjacent gully courses forced other-* to batten down. Omnibus service wan suspendeo for three houn S.vt'i.il Dtortttl narrowly escaped with their live-.; when cars ? tailed in the swollen sully courses. Six point five inches of rain fell i'i the i-ity in four hours, the heaviest rain recorded In October for the last so yean and damage to the city to estimated at S12*.000 One death was -ecorded wrier. Erekiel Beckford, a Universit> College building contractor collapsed and died when pushing his rain-stalled cor alone, the Western Arterial road. Rains continued to-day. In Montego Bay an Ecuadoran plane carrying Lt. Colonel J C. Samaniego, Director of Civil Aviation. Ecuador and two aide* mad" a dramatic Undmg Sunday night with the aid of the headlights of 70 motorcars The plane, unable to land at Piilisudoe* Airport owing to bad weather after the flight from Miami circled Montego Buy Airport not yet equipped for night landing. The Police, the Fire Brigade and townsfolk rushed to the scene ana the plane made a safe landing with Uie aid of the motor headlights nient for the colonies plan to control all the) basic industr.es from Whitehall What a contrast Is there between •lie Socialist! and the Jamaica Lahrur i'ai-ty headed by Mr ttte Their policy is in iitrndictlon to that of the rf linme. The Jamaica Labour Party and ihcti manifesto welcome free — .is the on'y means of ogi party of the island Thai poUey is Iha right one and iinisl prrv.ul Earlier to-day Mr Morrison had said tliat cement, sugar ana industrial assurance had not been i ioved from the nationalisation programme. This information according to reports from Margate qu eted many of his enticand brought him round after round of applause—an indication that Uibour Party members are strong In their "more nationalisation" policy. Mi Morrison added that the industries he had mentioned were .vithin the fleld of eligibility for consideration "as were some other l or services". Maharaj Promises ToDo Huinanjustiee POKT-OF-SPAIN Mr. Ctinnka Maharaj, re elected member of the Legislative Council, said at a function ,;iven in his honour, that neither class colour nor creed would interfere with his work. He was going back into the Council to dr human justice, and daily I am praying to God U> strengthen that faith To mix politics he said, with racial discrimination WHS one of the most dirty acts. and if racial discrimination were to take a hold on this island. It would hinder the advancement of the Colony. JOHN CIODDABD after the liuul Sit All.n Collymorc. President of U.S. Officials Fear Guerilla Red Army In Korea WASHINGTON. Oct. 4. ai, ..mentis fear that the Communist army In Korea ma> break up into guerrilla forces which could fight on for months or even years. Far more serious of course would be the direct Intervention of Chinese Communist or Russian troops in North Korea but. Washington authorities do not appear to believe that this will tnko place. There is increasing speculation here that the Russians and Chinese Communists will encourage Korean Reds to convert theii country into another Greece or Indo-China That would mean an indefinite delay In bringing real peace to the peninsula and a prolonged drain on American military strength. — P IOOKIM. HOW \ 1%' I III HIICOI S CRICKETERS GET ROYAL WELCOME IN TRINIDAD A Team Of GianU—Ranee (From Our Own Correspondent) PORT-OF-SPAIN, Oct. 4, The returning West Indian cricketers, Gomez, Pierre. Jones, Trestruil. Christiani and Ck>ddard received a royal tt icome on arrival it Port-of-Spain this morning on the S-S Matlna. A huge crowd welcomed them at the wharves. ll was like carnival day. [ W.th Mayor Tang, Alderman (Al.-nandna, Chairman of the rte( nssnittet, and leading In liens, too cricketers dime j ilio ugh the decorated -Heels and i*nfbrmg ciMeds to th, temporary at the Princess Build SPORTS WINDOW WATER POLO th# I Me t.iinp.lnii.1 i thrt i %  h.-ui %  „!.. '.'nuilir Club asuinil s-,.t*fl.i i <>*NIM~> to !>•• a vn thrill III .A %  ., riv.lrBM %  pitm. I Utlawi llia* t(l l..m. Iltirt luirl mrh Halm lht husband, wife and brother-ln-laa paid the extreme penalty foi ihe resspll ritual nuirdei n, whiili ;. %  ix-vear-o'n acl 1 gi .... adr-.wned In an outdoor latrine foil • . UlawattM was iiT< n i. %  %  to obtain Ihe lo atsHi al %  go in BerbMe count] riming the time of the Dutch % % %  Bislmp' •lunge religious s4xt, his brotber-ui-lau Jersouah Fullerton and Fiillerton'; wife Kathleen, %  uttss o. Banfleld. Canadian Ambassadoi Arrives In Cuba HAVANA. Oct 4 E. H Colsm u Canadian Ambas idol 10 Cuba arrived ml >j ship to tin %  In|Kt ill Havana Coliman was inei by Chief "' t % % %  Protocol of the Cuban Foreign Ministry and by officials of the %  Kmhassy. The Canadian Tuba •< Minister last April .i tfl Ambassador. mg for the official nospl proccssiim was headed by KatzenjammcT steel band playing We Want Hamadhln on the Ball At the Town Hall, Govern .r Sir Hubert Ranee, in the presence • anaindou crowd welcomed the cricketers on behalf of th* eitisens. The Governor said thst Goddard and his men had proved Uiey were a team of cricketing giants' Mayor Almandoi, Goddard and other cricketers also anoha four Conclude Sea Exercises Workers Ignore Strike Call VIENNA Oct. 4. The Cnmmunn.t-c.ill.. strike was ignored on Wednesday by mo*! of Austria's workers but produced short-lived attempts to srln the railway stations and mounting scattered incidents Some 50,000 workerin the Russian controlled factorial rssadad %  Ini iiininiinist oall tot a walkout demanding fuilhei general wane increase.. But the Rod* t'i have failed to lurt workers nr Hie KoeialUt and People's Party, bulk of Austlia'i labour out of Hieli l.ntnrn | I'd. Coinmiini.i affort wag expected to climax late Wednesday gftet doi in a march nn Vienna^ Guveriimental centre Austrian 0 nigUi wars issued with rtnai and Mtl helmets for Iha flrsl UflM %  Uicfl 1938 were put "n the ;dert to ircet expivl.'l vi..l.,„ CSJI. tVaai Newsmen Eat Kippers VAl.KITA Main, IK | Warshipi.f Britain. United i .States. France and ttal) 00 Tuesday night conrlurii'i twik-day joint manoeuvres in the central were to test the combined t|.sulimarine and anti-aircraft defences — Kf PERON AND WIFE WILL GO ON DISPLAY BUENOS AIRES Oct A. Thi ^i ;• ntim Printei Union %  (ppi'l'.tlt icMlllttl'lll ordering all pnnting plants Including, i canposlng rooms t.i display laige photo* graph^ of President Pernn and hu wife The resolution said that the photos must bfl Miijilayed in recognition of the workers' ad. vances made with the support of the Perom Can Press. Mrs. Blackburne Joins Husband In Antigua : i >NIXJ:S Bl H kl.um... ;,||. of the ne\* Gcvarnoi f the Lotward Island:, left London t.>-da> by air to join her husband in I WMh her want their two Jean, aged tv.o ARTIE'S HEADLINE LONDON, Oct. 4 One hundred Canadian and Mates coi respondents todny eon*unied twice that numbei "f kippeisi %  novel l>rcakfat designed to rtimulata aeoUand'i sagging herring industry. In th %  mi of i lartdgei t.'it, *eived orange ]ui< i loan kipiirrs and roffae at a kipper nhaped table. Pnerttll said the idea i* to indoctrinate North writan in thi m that ghi ofl thi %  Stalling this WSOh tin I %  i l IKcllnphane-wrappei (et'p ti'.'in „nd lilppcii tin.ct tn North America. Canadian outlets will be Toronto. Montreal and Vanrauvei t'V Indonesia Movea Against Kebels DJAKARTA. Oct. *. The Inrionesidi. i i | ndall> eonllnnad iiiui li i. et up m Ullltary sources hare yeeterda described the measures U.N. Countries Send 750 Tons Supplies 500,000 Blankets On Way (By JULIAN BA 9) T, YO, Oct. 4. '^HE first United Nations shipment o( 780 tons of relief supplies reached homeless eitisens in Seoul today. Six doctors, welfare officers and sani tary inspectors, advance guard of a larger groun of United Nations medical teams have also arrived in the city. The United Nations Belief Team, will dis tribute food, clothing, soap, fuel and blankets con tributed to a common pool by the United Nations countries. %  A tutcm -* i w %  limit i-'iu'f Sark Holds 1st Election In 28 Years MM-ll. SARK CHANNM ISLAND, Oct. 4, •arli Uni land oil the South oast of England ith so almost %  • ,ii.n-\ ,ii v. stem i>i M on I,M since i22 and derldi nlcl wayui best With novel ( whisper about •mnuiniMii or other burning world issues resldentii nf the isle •Meted 1? deputies to their local parUarnonl Thrat ininiired and %  A. ui, i. ,ii,i,.i idrtuall) isid Iha campaign of the New Brtgado, a new narb which urged h. Hbolltlon of Sark 1 feudal administration and di>*ei ties .. ith the British mainlaiul On], ,,„ NJaw Milgade candidate wan elected, the other II n-lits going tn tin.Ilti.mats who pprove the present rule of the powerful Dame .rf Sark Mrj. Sybil Hathaway. A3, who governs island under feudal rights ( anted her ancestors In Quern Can. Press Vyshimky Intervenes LAKE SUCCESS, Oct. 4 Soviet Foreign Minister Andrei %  i..i-k %  ,:i(eni in.I .mmii the United Committee only the mi Id met "peaceful" lbs Korea debate Polltlenl to-day and naid th Ifusnian nssOnsUcsi lid UoOO for Ira..lure of Km. | He said he leared Uniwd Nations action would be "merely L'loak" to keep American troops Korea for a definite period le Soviet resolution Introdme.i the Committee on Monday calls for nn immedlste cease fire and the withdrawal of foreign troops. The British Resolution %  pen tod by seven ethet powers and %  %  I Vyshlnskj calla for a 1 N kUofl ilasssn to l.elp in bolstering up an indepen k %  Korea Reuier •at in Seoul kro faced by .lalnslskmglv 'ted b) the North Korean.': lr'Vlous)y r*alise night. Can Press. %  ,.,., afaii ebeU -Keulrr f %  ***. Guarantee Necessary To Enter Venezuela PORT OF SI'AIN Wefii Indian*! will not laable lo .nter Venezuela at will, cither as lourlits or intraniut lo n !-• nacoaasry foi wast Ii %  o4 %  ilntai >' -d o%  'I' ay will hi--. |0 tate the axn.' natuft Of th> purpose and give a guarantee th i\ %  hey will | in Veneruelan icrrilory have been not it -f U v regulation! Whenever you want a cigaretterememberIt's the TOBACCO that counts ——-—-— %  %  -.,. i Morrison Appeals For Support. T^or^W^SSw^wSe^reTcemsd the erieketsn perched on ths sust of a •cboentr. MARGATE. Oet Britain's Dep-.iy Premier Herben Morrison today asked the labour Party Conference foi transformation among am of the labour n t M j,i 'hat under capitalism it had l>oen natural for workers to feel %  be a row with the boss from time to time even If II ds soul But he gold. rwnership brought greater responsiblliuss and workers nhould forget old antagonisms We need a sense of i'y, the Joy and glory in serving our fellow* sacrhicing for -mr ItUow I it the internal aim change which must take place truly a Sociah-t country Hf. prepared to claim evi l was perfocl In publli Industrie*, bti! big Improvi capitalism. Morrison in prevloun party statements said that | 11 y, privatel.. ': I lthm th. i oNideralionaUzatlon, But we "MI k it wine at any rate at thh dage %  %  %  %  that labour would need all the time available fa next General Election. —CP. ., ''mR • %  i % 



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BARBADOS ADVOC \TE PAGI M \IN MoPherson W ill Repifesenfl Jamaica At Opening Of T'dad's Legislature I >JT <*wa CM • .' KINGSTON Jca Oct 3 The J^r f[ HPI>I %  >en tatives to-day appointed J. A. MrPherson ex Miataier of Edui-,i%  • I*-.I Laboui mem lo represent than inaugural section of Timuwlnt'w Legislature on October SO in place of the Hon. C. C TTamubeU. Speaker, away in Britain attending the formal opening of the* new House of Commons. Tha UgWaUva OobneU Mil •MM) ov the President The I'.NP. member Will* Isaac? tha Mndlng <>f an omeial representalive trom Jamaica to Trinidad when on the occasion '..uiiiuriilinn iif JjmnliAi rVaal Indian repreatlended from other IBBBBBB Jamaica's Imperial Association lad to donate £875 to the Waal iDdiM UnJwnlty CoHm for bursaries to deserving stu" % %  r,', The gift will cover three bursaries each for three years. I ILLUMINATED ADDRESS OF WELCOME printed to John pard. and the W.I. cricketeron Tuesday. Demands Job: Strikes Manager PORT-OF-SPAIN. A man mde hi* wa> office of Mr. Donald Oft) eral Manager of the. Trlnldai: and Tobago Electricity Board, and dcmuntii-ii .1 Job Mis demand wa* refused He H alleged to have struck Mr Gfbeoa Many ot the clerks in the office fled [Kiiuc-bti-ikcii in scart-h of cover. The Intruder was uiuln ii influence of liquor, and the staff remembering the recent shooting incident at the British West Indi.m Airways, took no chances in nuking their •Map* Tin' BU tUamptad to maka ui p when he was tripped by one of the officials of the department. A fierce fight followed. Shoes Cost Boy His Life GEOKULTOWN FOUHTEEN-year old Oswald was drowned in the Uiver yesterday morn%  aj" m .1 vain attempt to recover hi* yachting shoes which Ml into jna)K brother (IS; wal fortunately rescued by a fisherman ^nc taro brothers went on a vtltt to a cousin who lived near %  i a Flab Koker. and %  I %  couaUra home it was too %  HL down 10 tha r*isn wharf lo ni n When they were ready to leave. Oswald who had taken off h'S shoes, ac-identally touched them with his hands. atiu ihev fell into the river Jtnth brothers jumped after lh> shoes Winston m reported to have recovered them, but in the meanwhile a 'trout: current carried Oswald Winston made a gallant atampl ti> save his brothet. l>tit ha had to hold on to a pile m the r'ver to save himself, and shouted for help. A fisherman Daaita fflM their aid. but Oswald had disappeared Winston WHS taken off the pile and brought ashore The R tv at police were called out and carried out a search for Oswald's body BOVRIL makes £4MMI cook bi'llvr l.".Bit. give* that extra Havour (o all sourjts, pics and savouries. And nourishment, too I— for Bovril is bat vxneentrated goodness of beef. Bo%fil is also a tarn%andwich spread—and a cup of hot Bovril daily makes you feel/in* 1 Faith-Healer Lesvei For New York PORT-OP-SPAIN, Tdad ii..rv.v ifwftimm i"..i. %  dian born Faith-healer, visiting Trinidad at the moment, again draw a IfimsndOUt crowd at the Penticoatal Church, in Woodbrook, l'ort-.tf-Sp.-un. last night ThU was a farewell service in whu h be pi ura I foi aval rona, as It was impossible to do so individually. The large congregation in and outside of tit.Chum ware told that a fund was being raised In order Mvt 11 nd back to Trinidad They immediately sub. i i Ad it I| bwtovad that the amount ran Into thousand! At the conclusion of %  general l'i aw i. tin' "MI k and maimed" went to the platform where the Reverend administered the mlnutn of 'I'VIMK iha hind'. MennwtttM, there was a tremendous shouting and applauding outside rrippfad threw then *.i IfcAUialCf l.ii for \Yw York this n .HI nine, aftti Mii.niiiing similar healing work in Grenada 3 Dead In Rio Dc Janeiro RIO DI MMBKO, Thiiv wan repotted this uiiirniiig as the result of disturbances during yesterday*ai eiactlohi broke out in the pOO, MIlHcema ^p^ Pedro Da Aldeia in the SI..V "I Rio IV J.'HCLUI between Pro-Government and Opposition groups. In Ci np oa the deputy sheriff was shot dead while endt avui.r• ton Order and two local Chief of the Oupusil'i. killed. Ketiter Some of the InliiK cricketers acknowledgo the plaudits of the i 'ANDY MAN BOURNE. COBUDV alia'* labour shortage: Kicky 27, offers himself as s In a raffle1.000 tickets a' h. Field offers in work lor inner for 12 months in any fclty anywhere. Said Field: an cut timber, build f> nilked 36 cows nignt an 1 kg. and can cook too." He I that if he can collect £ 1,00a ^^B*nt> he will still have £70u or collect his wage Both New South Wales law sav proposition is illegal. STATE TELEGRAMS BUENOS AIRES. Private telegrams sent by Argentina to residents of the Falkland Islands will cost Uie Argentine GQ*l 8d per word. An order published by the Argentine post office state* that telegrams addressed to the FBlklands, over which Argentina claims sovereignty, will henceforth be i.in ideii-d internal and charged accordingly at tnc rale of ten centavos per word. But, since Argentina owns no post offlct the Falkland Islands, all messages will \>v handled by foreign romirfao charge 65 oanM per word The Ordar states: "Tnr Stale will pay the difference ft*'* VitHfl to Lvvp Ihv luratory vlvttn I i Shake some 'Harpic' into the bowl. a 1 cave ovctnight. 3 l hen Hush. That's all. No brush is needed. 'rlMpfcV tboroufh tction cleans, disinfects and deodorisethe *hnle pan — n-Aerr HO I •ush can reach. HARPIC THE SPECIAL LAVATORY CLEANStR Your Backache may b* dua to slugqish Kidney Act ion IIFE IS NOT so good wheo TOO *are wwbled with t ..*acht, umsiic paint. tiit, dching KICS and louiu. lumbsao or \rr.m unrury disorder* out to wupcuh kidney action. A '..<* t>m up with pain and dis. %  i... n whin %  %  ii. i rt Baaai rcliel by taking Ihwn'i Backache Kidney I'Ols They mmulalr tn4 kansr tJuaauh kidneys and so help ihctn to nd he rkiod of cittts urk sod and other unpuritics whicb otherwiK niahi o>Usct in the tyitrm ..KI rtuSe distress. Doan %  Pdl* have helped thousands i let ihem help you. KM I A CENTURY of nr.M prrpjrrd to rnable >oll U> re*b.l ; %  '^'a^f I X and set rid of Malaria and other Fevers, Obtainable at Hop Pyorrhea and Trench 'Mouth in 24 Hours Cn.rMoull.. %  fvtniual:: Kb •niJ h_ IIITi* Sine* in. .-. n ,o M lh dl-uhviM-^d throush __ ihar on MMh, <> %  "H. %  Uw Dtocowrr lavas Tealh I Brldcetoun and HaaUnaa (ALPHA PHARMACY) The secret of a happy family JS-GOOD HEALTH; ^>v nwdHttt JOUt e.nxl hrsllh snf diji i'f fOUl ihildfcn. If yu sre Ml IIL'I ruhtiM. prihspi you you! family need more A ft D 1 mmim. S.tjM ukiiij;-V •" ul.t Sur ihil * then lik, art and feel! .If".'•>" tioifc'*i*fct • A.ippixm lo m.llu' i :'.;%:*.'.•,-*'*•*:'.;*,*. •.;*.*.::**'*::**','.'*''' I *> ARK YOU CONSIDERING RENOVATING YOUR CAR? WK CA\ ASSIST WTTB m FOLLOWISG.. a> iMlim II KIHItIK MATTING k ORFV till HIIOUN fARPKT a> I AWN OK IIIIOWN INNF.R HOOK LINING IIROWX WMIH IMITATION LEATHER at rSIVIItsAI. TAR MATH a, H:\IIIH I A Pith RONMT • "Ii M K KI Hill If. a. HIGH AND LOW TENSION CABLE* fk INMII \TINO TAPF as IKIMII i IIM K FOR TYRES \ BIST UCALITY CHAMOIS LEATHERS a. l'OI 1SIIFS AN1 rtlEISF CLOTH A i : LO( h SI'KINCiS m KIN FLEXIBLE OAS AMI OIL LINER IIVIHIMIII Hit *Ki: KITS am I.HK.t SPARK PLUOI Oil W{HONI/IX<. i.KSKII SI IS OCR P\INT SHOP CAN OIVK YOl'R CAR A FACTORY FINISHING EFFEf-T SPRAY JOB IN A VARIETY OF SIIXIilWllll I'INi IIIN JOHNSON LACQI'ERS OR ECKSTEIN BROTHERS BAY STREET DIAL 42M WM. FOGARTY LTD. TAILORS THAT FIT TO PLEASE 9 Tf^ sat KtH*lll" ih!..••" .i r .1,1in a o meuui •> %  llahlta ar iv .*ur ri"i'l' itfc:io •> • irn of .inptr saraaf* It afhinc* on **ti><.4r t*h m i Oi* tlou can aelMt any ajylt you like^—( can supply it. WE GUARANTEE PERFECT SATISFACTION