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Saturda

October
1950

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7



U.N. FORCES READY





“Free” Dollar Stops

Salt Fish For Trinidad

GOOD STOCKS IN STORE

HALIFAX, Nova Sc
SHIPMENTS of salted fish to T
West Indies, have been suspended, pending

sotia, Oct
rinidad, Britisl

6





clarification of the situation resulting from Man

ada’s decision to free the dollar, Halifax exporters

reported to-day.

The new exchange rate automatically increas:

he

cost of Canadian fish to soft currency areas by about fis

European competition may force exporters to take

the loss in order to hold their markets, one source said

per cent.



Vienna Strike
Ends

VIENNA, Oct. 6.

Interior Minister Oskar Helmer |
teday blamed “Cominform agents”
for organising thé strike in Austria
which ended suddenly last night.

The Government issued a dec-
laration thanking the people for
“defending their country by their
courageous attitude, and proving
to the world that Austria will
never become a People’s Demo-
cracy”. Life in Vienna returned
to normal to-day after two days
of havoc.

Leaders of the strikers’ “action
committee” suddenly ordered the
men back to work last night but
to-day a spokesman threatened
“new action”, They had originally
called for a general strike from
Tuesday midnight in protest
against the Government's revision
of wages and prices. Only about
50,000 of the country’s 1,500,000
workers obeyed the call.

Helmer declared that the strike
had not been a matter of wages
and prices but had “involved the
existence of the republic’.

Cominform agents had again
tried to sacrifice workers for their
own ends to bring chaos inte
Austria’s economic life and lay
the foundations of a “People’s
democracy”.

The Common Good

‘Sleps saust now be taken to
show certain elements that com-
mon good comes before their
profits,” he added.

Political observers believed that
the sudden collapse of the strike
was largely due to the withdrawal
of Russian support. But they did
not know why this had been with-
drawn at a time when strikers
were still able to cause much
trouble.

The Socialist Party has called
a “freedom demonstration” for to-
morrow in the square in front of
the Vienna city hall, where strik-
ers leaders held a rally on Tues-
day.

To-day 10,000 workers and
tradesmen met in Vienna in the
Soviet zone to protest against
Communist actions in the last few
days.

On the main square of Hienet
Neustadt, the crowd heard Minis-
ter of Justice Tschadek denounce
the “terrorist acts of the Com-
munists” .

He and other speakers declared
that a ‘great victory for demo-
eracy” had been won.

It was decided to send a dele-
gation to the local Russian
Commandant to protest against

the Soviet order that Wienet
Neustadts Vice Mayor should
leave the city. —Reuter.



CLOCK CATCHES THIEF

STOMER, Northern France, Oct. 6.

A musical clock playing Ave
Maria led to the arrest of a thief
and receiver here. The thief stole
the clock from a local church and
passed it on to the receiver, who
was carrying it off in a bag when
it started to play. Children heard
it and told the police.—Can. Press.

_—



e

® Sele nineties

JOHN GODDARD'S two-year-o
brought 0 from England

There

were no reports of can
e¢éllation of orders to other West
Indian colenies, all heavy; nye
of Canadian fish and varicr
other products. But a despate!
from Georgetown, British Gi
said on Wednesday that the «
is expected to suffer as a result
Canada’s move.

The Trinidad market for about
200 gross tons of dried fish
menth from Nova Scotia w c
orted to have good stc
and,

Fishermen were not expected i
feel the effects of the move imme
diately since most of this year’
catch has already been markeied

—Reuter.

‘Peace Jacket’
For Truman

ROME, Oct. 6

An Italian “peace jacket’
President Truman will soon be
sent to the White House in Wash-
ington wrapped in tissue paper,
and tied with ribbon covered with
olive leaves, the Italian weekly
newspaper Europeo reported to-
day.

The white jacket with two
doves, holding olive leaves
embroidered on the breast pocket
was made by Professor Antonio
Santomauro well known Turin
tailor, Europeo reported.

It is his wish to present the
“three most influential men in the
world today” with “peace cloth-
ing”,,the paper said. He has already
presented the ‘Pope with a “peace
mantle”.

As soon as President Truman's
jacket is on its way, Professor
Santomauro will work on another
jacket for Stalin.



Binns
for

—Reuter.



Britain Wants
1,000,000 Tons Of
Russian Grain

LONDON, Oct, 6
Britain has sent a special envoy
to Moscow to try to buy at least
1,000,000 tons of badly needed
coarse grains from Russia,

Informed sources disclosed on
Friday that Britain has been ‘buy-
ing most coarse grains, barley,
corn and oats from Russia rather
than from the West in order to
save dollars.-—Can. Press.



Aussies’ Exchange
Rates Unchanged

CANBERRA, Oct. 6.

Prime Minister Robert Menzies
declared in a nationwide broad-
cast today that no change would
be made in Australia’s exchange
rate,

He was outlining the Govern-
ment’s steps to combat rising
prices in Australia.

Menzies said that a »roposal to
cushion the effect of the extra-
ordinary expansion of Austré jas
wool income would be announced
in the budget next week
—Reuter.



id Boxers, “King of the R





1

terday afternoon,

| Skipper
Returns

MR. JOHN GODDARD, Captain
of the victorious West Indies team

arrived yesterday afternoon at
Seawell by B.W.1.A,. from Trini-
dad via Grenada. John told th
“Advocate” that they were given

another terrific reception in
Trinidad and he was very glad to

be home again with his family
He was met at the airport by
his father, Mr. J. N. Goddard

his wife and three of their daugh-
ters, Michelle, Mary and Margaret

Kiel Canal
Workers Strike

HAMBURG,
The wages strike of
waterways employces to-day ciip-
pled the West German waterways
vstem, Pilot service the Elbe
yetween the North Sea and Ham-
burg was
The Transport
said that all locks

Oct, 6,



on

cul tO a skeleton,
Ministry
in north

here
and

Fe services stopped

| Europe's largest lock, Hinden
burg Lock at Anderten near Han-
over was closed.,.

traffic
which links
the Baltic,
Ministry to
again,

| Pilot service on the Elbe
also resumed to-night with
; emergency service

on the Kiel canal
the North Sea with
was reported by the
be almost normal

But

was
an

| Most crew members of the four
; “Elbe” lightships In the German

{bay have been returned at their
;own request to Cuxhaven on the
Eibe estuury. Remaining guards

will keep ships working, a Minis-
try spokesman said, Ports of Ham-
burg and Bremen were not affect-
ed by the strike. .

The Chairman of a Transport
Trade Union here said to-night
that it was the Government’s fault
ii shipping in West Germany wa
tied up.

But West German Labour Min-
ister Storch placed responsibility
on the Transport Union

Shipping firms here accused the
union of jeopardizing trade with
ibroad.

rransport Minister Seebohm to-
day appealed to the strikers to re-

ime work at once.—Reuter.

‘THE SKIPPER'’S DOGS



26,000 }

- HOME AT LAST

SKIPPER JOKN GODDARD, pictured here with his father, wife and family at Seawell airport yes-
shortiy after he arrived from Trinidad by B.W.LA.

U.N. Reject R

ussian Motion

Inviting North And S. Koreans
To Talks On Korea’s Future

FLUSHING MEADOWS, Oct. 6.

The United

Nations Assembly

to-day rejected the

Soviet motion to invite both North and South Korean re

presentatives to take part in





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MR. GRANTLEY ADAMS, M.C.P.
—returned from Canada yester-
day afternoon.

ADAMS
RETURNS

Mr Grantley Adams, M.C.P.,
Leader of the House of Assembly,
returned from Canada yesterday
afternoon by air via Puerto Rico,
Trinidad and Grenada,

Mr. Adams was a member of
the Fancy Molasses Enquiry Com-
mission which lef, Barbados about
i month ago for Canada, Sir John
Saint, Kt., one of the delegates, is
due back this morning by T.C.A,

The other delegate, Hon, J. D.
Chandler, M_L.C,, will be remuain-
ng on in Canada fora short time
Mr. E. Deane acted as Secretary

for the Commission

Mr. Adams told the “Advocate”
that during their stay in Canada
they had covered over 3,000 miles
by car, visiting the towns and vil-
leges where molasses was sold
Their visit had been very strenu-
ous. “About the only form of re-

laxation, if you could call it
such,” said Mr. Adams, “was ad-
miring the surrounding scenery

as we drove from one town to the
other.”
It was too early, he coniinued,

to say anything definite about
their findings, but he added
smiling, “Without boasting, I
think I can truthfully say that
the four of us know more about
molasses than any other human
being in Barbados!”

Mr Adams travelled from

Trinidad with Skipper John God-
dard; during their stop in Gre-
nada en route, John was sitting in
the Waiting Room for quite some-
time, when suddenly someone re-
eognised him. “Then there was a
general rush for autogrepns.”

discussions on Korea’s future.

The resolution reiterating Rus-
sia’s attitude was defeated by 41
votes to 6 with six abstentions. The
Council was to consider a plan fot

br@a’s tuture which its Political

ommittee endorsed on Wednes-

Ang

he Committee approved the
eM “Of the resolution on Korea
sponsored by Britain and seven
other nations, and rejected that
proposed by Russia and her sup-
porters.

The eight power plan provides
that all constituent steps should
be taken including the holding of
elections under United Nations
auspices for establishing a unified,
independent and democratic Gov-
ernment in Korea

It also provides for a new United
Nations Korean Commission to
supervise the economic and poli-
tical reeovery, and for all appro-
priate steps to ensure stability
throughout that war-torn country

Assembly President Nasrollah
Entagam, Persia, today called on
Thors of Iceland as Rapporteur of
the Political Committee to present
its report on Korea,

Kenneth Younger, British dele-
gate, said that all who had voted
for United Nations responsibility
in Korea should accept the eight
power plan as the “first step to-
wards restoring to Korea its unity,
sovereignty and independence at
the earliest possible moment.”

Korean Unity Planned

Younger said military operations
in Korea were solely to fulfil these
purposes and would not go beyond
that,

“Tf anyone outside still harbours
any doubts on what I have just
said, if the Central People’s Gov-
ernment of China or any other of
Korea’s neighbours still fear that
United Nations forces might carry
hostilities further or remain in
Korea longer than these limited
objectives demand, I give them
my solemn assurance as one of
the powers whose forces are now
in Korea that their fears have no
foundation,”

Younger said that the Soviet
resolution rejected by the Political
Committee contained superficial
resemblances to the eight-power
resolution, but was far removed
from it in purpose and effect

it was based on an interpreta-
tion of events in Korea, contrary
to evidence and experience

Younger proposed that Thailand









be added sik member state
which have signified willingness
to serve on the Commission pro-
posed in the eight-power resolu-
tion

The six are Australia, Chile,

Holland, Pakistan, the Philippines
and Turkey.

“The General Assembly will see
that members of this Committee
are well distributed over the face
of the globe with appropriate
strong representation on the con-
tinént of Asia,”’ he said

Reuter.



Vargas Leading
Brazil Elections

RIO DE JANEIRO. Oct, 6
First official figures releaseo
by the Superior Electoral Tribu-
nal gave the following results of
the President election Varge
36,393, Machado 19,182, Gomes

19,179, Mangebeirg 21
The Official counting however
was believed to be far from ex-

pressing the real situation. The
pro-Vargas press and radio at
3.30 p.m. today announced that

the former dictator polled 678,142



| ° votes, Gomes 318,005 Machado
| FISHY TAIL PIECE 223.491 and Mangabeira 1,080.
| The Brazilian news agency which
| CAPETOWR, is More objective g¢ the fol-
i Fist contests are jllegal now} lowing result irrultaneously
} n South Africa by} Vargas 418,238, Gome 190,351

Minister of Justice C R.{ Machado 106,777 Mangateira

—Reuter

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MacArthur Cables La

Suecess For Guidance



No Free U.S. ¢

hold of Wonsan.
Rearmament
OF BRITAIN

LONDON, Oct. 6

enéral MacArthur





WASHINGTON reports tha
the United States officials have cross into North Korea,
tole Britain “no free dollars for
i term British rearmament’
: : eect, according to a —
usvvlly reliable source here, ‘

: Tee » =

A Foreign Office spokesman Victory Over Re ds
ovay reiused to confirm or ;
deny reports, but the Americar Due Largely
view was believed to have beer T B — i F
eommunicated to British official 5 4 ‘es
ah Washington. These are havine 0 ritis A wawee
iiateral talks on American aic

) short term high priority ~-MacARTHUR

arms programme of Atlantic Pac’ TOKYO, Oct, 6

Gevernments which is alread: General Douglas MacArthur
underway. The British state- | U.N. Commander in Korea said
ment o1 rearmament plans sen ist night that the British forces
to President Truman last Augus | aad played a large part in the
Was geverally understood to hav ictory over the Communists, He
asked America for about £500] vas replying to a message of
000,000 to assist with the Britis! ongratulation from the British

of
three years

expenditure
ever

£3,600,000,000 ‘hiefs of Staff which read: “We

end you our warmest congratula-



In usually wel] informes ions on your brilliant victory
quarters here, it was believec Ve have admired not only the skill
that £500,000,000 assistance ask-| “ith whieh you have conducted
ed for from Washington was the | ‘" extremely difficult rearguard
total of requested American aid ir | ction against great odds over
all forms and not the total o nany anxious weeks, but equally
uch aid in free dollars. he bravery and tenacity with

A Tieasury spokesman deniec |] vhich forees under your com
reports that there had been any] nand have responded to your in
retusa] by Americans to gran spiring and untiring leadership
tree dollars ‘We believe that the brillian

“Time tor decision on these ronception and masterly exccutio
matters has not yet arrived”, he | of the Inchon counter-strok«

said. The spokesman declined tc
comment further or to make ai
cutright statement that the re
ports had no basis whatsoever.

—Reuter.

which you planned and launcher
while holding the enemy at bay
in the south, will rank among the
finest strategic achievements i
military history.” Reuter

ee

Ch ile Wants | Force Alone Cannot
| Defeat Communism

Pact For ‘ MANCHESTER, Oct. &
Armed he esternsvilisation will fall i

ii is defended only by physica
strength, Arehbishop ot York, be
Against Aggression

Cyril Forster Garbett declared to
day

An attack on the West, he sai
in a Speech here, was being mack

LAKE SUCCESS, Oct. 6 by “an imperialist state as des

The U.N. Political Committe: ; 5 : ins
will next week consider a pro- potic as, and far more ruthle
posal by Chile that the Unitec and efficient than was the Czar
Nations make a solemn pact t dom in its most powerful days
unite their efforts and resource Behind physical weapons of

ault was a ‘closely knit philos



ophy with ideals diametrically op
posed to those of Western civili
sation, Dr, Garbett stated.” Ideas
must be defeated by ideas, false-
hood by truth, and a materialistic
system by a spiritual civilisation
which draws perpetual strength
from what has given it all that
ig best and noblest in its life.”

including armed forces to
aggression.

The proposal will come befor
the committee in a debate begin-
ning on Monday on the American
plan for strengthening the Assem-
bly'’s powers to act against
breaches of the peace when the

Security Council is paralysed by

resist



Ry Chilean fesotution The Archbishop said that Wes-
proposes fhat members of

United Nations be invited to:

1. Observe all important resolu-
tions of the Security Council
and assembly concerning main-
tenance of peace and security

2. Respect fundamental
rights

relied only on physical strength
for defence. “It is not only by
force but by the propagation of
will be

that Communism

truth

humar

material hu-
efforts and
achieve cconomic

Co-ordinate their
man and technical
resources to
Stability throughout
primarily by means
nomic development
developed countries
The resolution would authorise
the “Little Assembly” or the in-
erim committee with a continuous
session, to investigate any mat-
ter relating to international peace
ind security submitted to it and
call a meeting of the Assembly if
it thought fit
The “Little Assembly” would
be empowered to recommend the
state or states concerned to take
any provisional steps considered
urgent and essential

the world
of eco-
of under-

He Travels

—Reuter,

bs tern civilisation would go_ the
**lsame way as those before it, if it
|

4 U.S. Employees |
e “, - y
Imprisoned
PRAGUE, Oct. 6

Heavy prison sentences were
today passed by the State Court
in Prague on four former em
of the American Consu- |
late here for offences. Jiri Skora, |
clerk, was sentenced to 14 years!
hard labour and Josef Polak |
chauffeur to 12 years |

Two young girls Helena Bar- |
tonova and Milena Machac- |
kova were each sentenced to 1!
years in prison

The trial was held in private
and the charges were not made
known outside the court

It was however believed that
all four were arrested early in
July near the German frontier
on charges of trying to flee from
Czechoslovakia.



—Reuter



—_——.

Barge With

Explosives Sinks

3a bottle



SOUTH KOREAN spearheads today for
way through strong northern
within 30 miles of the Communist «

On the west coast, American, Hiitig!
tralian forces were massing for a full
novth across the 38th parallel.

Council resolution of June 27



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rearguarus 10
ast Scron x
L Aus

drive

, doubtful if “the Security
rmitied him to
has asked Lake Success for

pe

a ruling, according to United Nations sources here.



South Korean advanc troops
Ned uj re orecmen when
{ ‘hey into a Communist
“suicide battalion’ in the moun-
tain peaks north of Changjon on
he east coast 60 miles north of
the 38th parallel last ni
After a night of bitter fighting,
South Koreans broke through and
advanced 19 miles further south

Division which

19 miles

and the Southern

crossed the parallel fror

the east coast claimed to have
dispersed 1,200 Cy uris why
were } ed i ed
spear-heads

All alk the road South

Koreans found eu
trenches nd. other

ipparently they
hat
to use

prepared
defences but
moved fast
abl

50
Communist ere not
the

There was stil)
M

» report of an
surrender
Koreans

inswer to
itimatun
A British military pokes
Mac Arthu headquarte
announced that British Common
wealth troops we
day from the Son
west of ‘Taegu to
‘and were taking
positions he area
set. off

| nm :

American Superfort
heavy explosior hear the Com-
munist canital of Pyongyang.



today
» flown yester

hu afea north
Kimpo airfield
up new forward



General Douglas MacArthur's
Headquarters toda put North
Korean military losses to date at
200,000 These were losses from
all causes including killed, wound-
ed and prisoner an
Intelligence Officer said

This total did not include losses
sustained by the North Korean
civilian pepulation due to United
Nations air raids and other causes,
the Offleer added

Prisoners of war taken by Uni-
ted Nations’ fofces were” put. ar
40,000 of whom 14,000 were stated
to have been captured in the last
three days alone

The Intelligence Service had no
estimate
injured
the
| Said

American

of the number of slightly
who might
Communist liz

have

o the

rejoined
Officer

| The estimated 200,000 losses

| were from North Korean division
“ach estimated at about 11,000

| whieh were positively identified in

\the Communist fighting lines, an
American spokesman said
But in addition to these division

he Communists were known to
heve employed a large flumber of
security forces and other troop
not identified as regular divisions
Reuter

Tell the Advocate
the News:
Ring 3113
Day or Night
The Advocate pays for
NEWS.



Best Who

Travels Refreshed

LTD.

Radio Distribution every

TILBURY,. Oct. 6
An ammunition barge laden : re
with @xplosives sank in the BOTTLED UNDER AUTHOKITY OF Iie COCA-COLA COMPAS
Thames River to-day after colli-
sion with another barge *
Police were warned that live BARBADOS BOTTLING Co}
explosive might be vashed sine
are Listen to the COCA COLA NEWS over
1 boats in the « er evening. Monday through

Ships ar



—Reuter

Saturday from 8-—8.15 p.m



PAGE TWO



Caub Call

BOUT fifty
Raison family,
home No. 12 St
Garrisom. last nig

friends of
were
Anne’s
ht

iheir lugnater Patricia’
twenty-first birthday and
Capt. and Mrs. R
seCpnd edding anniversary
Pets

John

wa





‘SKIPPER Goddard
of pets with him, from his
in. England They are,
Boxers a nd two

pheasg@mt, as the cock escaped on
Thursday. afternoon and is prob-
ably now fiying somewhere around
Belléville. He is most
to find it,

Itis g white bird, streaked with
blaek feathers

The boxers’ names are “King
of ‘the Road” and “Segrind of
Jonquin,” they are two-year olds
and.the bull has already won
three first prizes at various dog
shows in England, since John
bought him.

Enjoyed Her Trip

RS. JOHN GODDARD tola
she

Carib yesterday that
enjoyed her trip immensely. The
English people she found

wonderful time
in England, Mrs, Goddard spent
about twelve days in France and
three weeks in Scotland

Flying Out Shortly
R. J. C. ROSE, Architect and
Town Planner to the Wind-
ward Islands arrived here earlier
in the week by the “Bonaire.”
Mr. Rose was accompanied by
Master Mark Stow, six-year-old
son of the Administrator of St.
Lucia and Mrs. Stow. The Admin-
istrator is flying out to St. Lucia

from England in the next few
days.
New Post
EV. J. HOLDEN, who has

spent three years on the Brit-
ish Guiana Brazilian frontier was
among the passengers bound for
British Guiana by the “Bonaire”,
which called at Barbados on
Monday. Rev. Holden is returning
from leave in England. His new
post is Vicar of Morawhanna and
Priest in Charge of the North
West District.

Returned On Thursday

RS. NORA JAMES and her
friend Miss Edith Granhum
returned to B.G. on Thursday
afternoon by B.W.LA. after spend-
ing’a holiday here at Leaton on
Sea. Mrs, James was here for
fivé weeks and Miss Grannum who
is a stenographer in the Secretariat
in Georgetown spent a month in
Barbados,
On Honeymoon
. AND MRS, ALEXANDER
MacPHERSON are spend-
ing their honeymoon in Barbados
and. are guests at “Cacrabank”.
Mr. MacPherson is a retired
Merehant from San _ Fernando,
Trifidad, and his bride is from
Novarima.

the
at their
Court,
Tne
party served g double purpose. It

also
aison’s twenty

has
brought home quite gq number
tour
two
pheasants,
Actually at present it is only one

anxious

very
nice and everyone gave them a
Besides her stay

Mr. CHARLES THOMAS

Drama !
UE to arrive here on Wednes-
day froin England, is
Mr. Charles Thomas, who
is visiting Barbados for about
six to eight weeks, under
the auspices of the British Coun-

cil

Dramatic Clubsâ„¢ here should
benefit greatly by his visit, as
besides lecturing on drama, he
will give advice or practical
assistance to any local dramatic
clubs or amateur groups that may
desire it.

Mr. Thomas, has had a varied
career, which began some thirty-
one years ago, when he was a
free-lance worker in the Theatre
in London, apart from a period of
some four yeary *vhen, as a pion-
eer member of the Arts League of
Service Travelling Theatre, he
toured the towns and villages of
Great Britain as a player, designer
and Stage-manager .

During his years in London, he
devoted his spare time to the
Amateur Theatre Movement, and
in 1930, he produced the winning
team in the National Festival of
Community Drama organised by
the British Drama League.

In 1931, Mr. Thomas went to
Middlesbrough where he directed
the Little Theatre for two seasons
and in 1934, he joined Witiam
Armstrong at the Liverpool Reper-
tory Theatre, where he held the
post of deputy producer and
designer until the last war closed
the Theatre in the suminer of
1940.

In 1943, he was appointed Drama
Adviser to the West Riding Edu-
cation Committee, and in 1947, he
joined the staff of the British
Drama League as a tutor, lecturer
and Festival Adjudicator.

Gn Way To U.S.

rr MICHAEL TOLSTOI
who is up from Montevideo,
South America is in Barbados for
a holiday before going ‘vo New
York to join U.N.O. on their
Executive Staff. He is staying at
“Cacrabank”.





“When they have finished their
breakfast Rupert thinks of return-
ing and reaches for the paddle.

At thar moment Koko seizes it and,
working turiously, drives the boat
quickly away from the shore, * Hi |!
You're “going the wrong way,”
eries. the little bear, but his small



BY THE WAY

VERYBODY who has the right
: Wttitude towards whatever it
is will be glad that income-tax
forms are to be illustrated
there will be plenty of pictorial
ae as
y do all the girls avoid youn
Ted. at the dance? Beckuae he
made a mess of his forms.

Rupert and the

Casiaway —I9

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and
bird
has
round

understand
The strange
saw soyesterday
again and thes

doesn't
stop.
Rupert

friend
doesn't
that

appeared

them. At length Koko hands over
the paddle and kneels in the prow,
making a curious whistling noise,
At once the bird swoops and
flutters expectantly before him.

the same principle as meatless
meat. eggless egg, and sausageless
sausage. All the same. why not

Come, Come Mrs. Ringrose



By

Intransits

Mi nd Mrs, Saure nd thei

’ ‘ cr aren ‘ : I

enge from Madeiré Trin

i on the “Bonaire

Mr, Saurez, a mecchant of Port-
of-Spain, has been to Madeira, hi
native land, on holiday for the
first time in sixteen years,

Other intransits on the “Bon-
aire” were Mr. R. J. Maitland ac-
companied by his wife and
daughter Mr. Maitland is with
the Kearn Oilfields in Trinidad

Chartered Accountant

ING COMMANDER Des-
mond Clarke and his wife
Jean, and their two sons are

spending a holiday in Barbados
and are guests at Cacrabank.

Wing Com, Clarke is a Charter-
ed Accountant and was with the
R.A.F. for sixteen years; two years
of which were spent in Canada
He has also been with the War
Graves Commission in Belgium
France and Holland.

Flat-hunting

HESE have been hectic days

for Sit John Huggins, retiring
Governor of Jamaica. He and his
wife who recently arrived in Eng-
land, have been busy flat-hunting;
without much Success so far. Now
they are in Guernsey for a three-
week stay with Lady Huggins
mother. When they return to
London _ their 17-year-old
daughter, Cherry, will enter the
Royal Academy of Dramatic Art
Then, once the housing problem
has been solved, Lady Huggins
will prepare for her three-month
lecture tour of the United States,
where she will be speaking on the
Empire.

Here For A Rest
R. and MRS. VANCE ROG-

their twin daughters, also Mr

Rogers, Mr Vance Rogers's
mother, are all in Barbados for a
holiday, and are guests at “Cacra-
bank". Mr. Rogers has been with
the “Rockfeller Foundation in
Caracas, Venezuela, and is here
for a rest before being transferred]
to a very important appointment}
in another Latin American coun-
try, also with the Rockfeller
Foundation The = family will
remain on for two or three months

Lloyds Surveyor

R. BEN FATHERS, Lloyds
Surveyor for Aruba, and
head in charge of the Port there
is in Barbados for a holiday until
he goes to England on the “Golfito’:
at the end of October.
He is a guest at “Cacrabank”.

New Secretary





N exX-mannequin

painting only a year ago sold

on the first day of an exhibitiun
her
Paris.
The artist is blonde 28-year-old

ERS, their son Brian, and | Dusty” Anderson, wife of Holly

fe MORGAN
THE CLUB MORGAN
ORCHESTRA



USY man these days is Sam

Morris, who has taken over
the Secretaryship of the League
of Coloured Pedples in Engla

from Trinidad-born Joseph Mit-
chell Quite apart from giving
lectures at public meetings, Sam

is making a desperate effort to



popularise the League among West
Indians and other Colonials in the |
United Kingdom But Sam i
frustrated; many eminent m

bers of the League, including ])
Learie Constantine, Drs. Belfield |)
Clarke and Wellesley Cole had re-|\
signed their membership before he
became Secretary However, he
is optimistic enough to believe

that he may be able to win them |
back into the fold.

Now in Trinidad

R. A, J. JONES of Cardiff
and London Universitie:

and Mr. R. Knight of Southe







ton and Cambridge Univer:
have just arrived in Trir

Mr. Jones will be taking a post
graduate course in Tropical E
tomology and Mr. Knight will be
specialising in plant breeding

the Imperial College of Tropical | }

Agriculture. |

They were intransit passengers
on the Bonaire through Barbacios
on Monday

Up for the Week-end
RRIVING yesterday afternoo:
by B.W.I.A. from Trinidad
was Mr. Geoff Inglefield, member
of the victorious Trinidad Tennis
team which toured B.G. last
month. Geoff was also a mémber
of the Tranquillity team which
toured Barbados in 1949
His wife and family are already
in Barbados and will be returning
with him over the week-end



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had been caused by burnt dilth in
the puff. “Is dilth tolderol?” asked
Sir Archer Porson, “No,” replied a

I hoper4give these articles a new and less scientist. “Then why was Mr
mirth-provoking name? Notsope. Bounzettia sent for?” asked Mr,
Non-méat. Nosausage. Wygrass. Nobody could tell him.

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Yainics Dusty Anderson is a success in Paris,

who began wood director, John Negulesco,
Opening of her show was a s0-
cial event. The Duchess of Wind-

sor was there. So were Lad)

pictures for a total of £500

paintings just opened in

Diexa Cooper, the U.S. Ambas-
sador, Mr. Bruce, and Miss Elsa
Maxwell.

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DICK FORAN in “PRAIRIE THUNDER”
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BRISTOL.

A man whose wife stepped on
his dentures and smashed them
after they had dropped out during
an argument had his claim for 4
new free set granted by the Bristol
Executive Council of the National
Health Service.

Council clerk, E. L. Hancock,
said the applicant, an inmate of
a local institution, had no money.
He said he lost his dentures in
those circumstances when he went
home to see his wife

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soap.” I presume it is prepared on him that rhubarb puff poisoning (Beachcomber News Agency.) As You Like It.

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SATURDAY, OCTOBER 7,

1950



Magician
Spits On
Bullets

HARROGATE. Eng.

Frank Sinclair, an amateur Eng-
lish magician, caught a bullet fired
from a British army rifié\in his
teeth and spat it out. :

Sinclair, 39, performed his act
at the annual Convention of the
International Brotherhood of Ma-

icians at Harrogate, Yorkshire
ounty. Similar acts chave result-
ed in the death of several magi-
cians.

Sinclair is the only performer in
the world who uses an Army rifle
for his trick. As the result, a
large area was roped off to ensure
safety.

A committee chosen from_ the
audience selected the round of
0.303 inch ammunition used in the
act. The round, triple-marked for
identification purposes, was loaded
into the rifle by SfWwlair

The rifle was fired by Captain
Ernest Deuchar. 41-year-old Brit-
ish Army recruiting officer and a
crack shot. His instructions from
Sinclair were: “Aim straight at
my teeth and keep your nerve. The
slightest slip will cause disaster.”
The distance was 25 yards,

Just before the rifle was fired
Sinclair held a target dise in front
of him so that Deuchar -ov'@ cieht
the rifle. Then he drop)
disc and kept his hands at his
side

The impact of the bulle. made
Sinclair stagger forward yards. He
recovered his balance ard then
spat it out.

“It is a remarkable a*t.” com-
mented Captain Deuchar, “I can-
not guess how it is done, The
rifle kicked in the way it does
when a real round of 0.303 am-
munition is fired,

“There is no kick when a blank
is used. When I fired the barre!
was as dirty as it would have been
after firing a live round. A blank
makes the barrel filthy.”

The audience committee also in-
spected the rifle after it was fired.
and said, “We are satisfied the
bullet was fired.”

Said Sinclair: “A trick? Try to
work out hew it’s done. My claim
is that no one will discover the
secret until I tell it.”

ILN.S.

GETS IN HIS
HAIR

LONDON.

Defeat of Winston Churchill’s
censure motion on the Govern~-
ment’s nationalization of steel
means longer hair for ardent Con-
servative supporter Ernest White;

White vowed at the General
Election last February that he
would hot have his hair cut until
the Socialists were thrown out of
office and a Conservative Gov-
ernment installed. ,

Now a neat bob is curling on
White's ——

Said ite: :

“T'll keep my word, The Cabinet

are fifth columnists of the Krem~-
lin, and I'll keep my hair until
they are out.” —ILN.S.

DRUNK BEES

LONDON.

London Airport had a baptism
of crazy flying when a swarm of
drunken bees invaded the cus-
toms sheds,

Porters, Customs men and pas-
sengers were all “buzzed” but had
no casualties because the bees
were too intoxicated to sting.

It all began when a passenger
dropped and broke a bottle of
cognac. Within seconds bees
swarmed in and took their pleas-
ure neat—and on the house.

Landings became bumpier and
bumpier as fresh swarms dived in
from the nectar rounds to join the
cognac capers.

The party ended when porters,
who had waited until the bees fell
to the ground in a drunken stupor,
smothered them with sand and
water. —LN.S.












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By GORDON HOLMAN. L

UNSEEN fins—they rotate be-
low the waterline—may save Irish
Channel passengers ‘from sea-
sickness during rough weather,

They are being fitted to one of
two new Irish Mail vessels.

If they are satisfactory in the
Irish Sea, which has strong cross-
currents, the second ship will be
given under-water fins,

They are expected to keep the
biggest roll down to three degrees.

* *

A new “by-train-to-Paris” ship,

the St. Germain, is to be built
in Denmark.
When she is completed next

summer, she will be the largest
passenger ferry in the world, car-
rying 500. Passengers, boarding
trains in London, will be taken
across Channel at 18 knots.

The coaches will be run on te
the French rails and go direct to
Paris.

The new ship will have four

sets of lines running through
practically the whole of her 380-
ft. length.

Above the trains, on the Prom-
enade Deck, there will be a din-
ing saloon and a garage for 25
cars.

* + *
Last of three steam trawlers

built here for the Icelandic Gov-
ernment has been launched.



The Weather

TO-DAY
Sun Rises: 5.49 a.m.
Sun Sets: 5.48 p.m.
Moon (New) October 11
Lighting: 6.00 p.m.

High Water: 12.06 a.m.,
1.22 p.m.
YESTERDAY

Rainfall (Codrington): Nil.
Total for Month to Yester-
day: .12 in. :

Temperature (Max.) 86.5 °F.

Temperature (Min.) 72.0 °F.

Wind Direction: (9 a.m.) E,
(3 p.m.) E.

Wind Velocity: 8 miles per
hour,

Barometer: (9 a.m.) 29.929
(3 p.m.) 29.851.



Fresh fish will be preserved in
“cool” rooms. The ships can come
in with fish-meal ready for land-
ing. Plant in the trawlers will

dry, grind and bag 25 tons of fish
—L.E.S.

every 24 hours.

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Whom?

ASKS CROWE

LONDON.

Cecil Crowe of Purley, Surrey
County, has little faith in the
British pound sterling note.

Since 1946, according to his cal-
culations, he has lost $5,843.74
from his eatnings because the
spendirg value of the pound note
($2.80) has fallen to eight shil-
lings and three pence ($1.15).

He intends te claim it from the
government. i

Crowe blames the Government
for the falling value of the pound
and the rising cost of living.

He is lodging an appeal against
an order made at Croydon, Lon-
don magistrates’ court that he
must pay $21 income-tax arrears,
plus $1.33 costs, withjn. 14 days.

Said Crowe after uie hearing: i

“It is scandalous the way the
government have treated th@
pound. English money is a meas-
urement and it cannot be altered
by a gang of people calling them-
selves the Government.

“I don’t owe the government in-,
come tax. The boot is on the other |
foot, They owe me money because
they have brought the value of!
the pound down to eight shillings
and three pence. All taxpayers
ought to challenge the govern-
ment on this,”

When he was summoned at
Croydon, Crowe told the magis-
trates:

“It is a fraud. This sum you
say I owe is based on the assump-
tion that the pound today is worth
twenty shillings, but Parliament
has stated that the pound today
is worth only eight shillings and
three pence.

“They have two prices—one for
themselves and one for His Ma-
tony 2 subjects.”

e magistrates said they could
not accept as a “legitimate de-
fence” Crowe’s contention that
the Government had reduced the
value of the pound. Crowe then
warned the magistrates he would
appeal, —(I.N.S.)

No More Help
For Russia

LONDON

British gifts of medical supplies
to Russia, handled by a committee
headed by Mrs. Winston Churchill,
are scheduled to end within a
few weeks.

The Committee announced that
practically all of the approximate-
ly $25,000,000 collected by the Aid
for Russia Fund to Finance the
medtral shipments has been used,
The fund was started in ie







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Across the Atlantic
At 500 M.P.H.?

LONDON,

Jet airliners capable of crossing
the Atlantic and flying on inter-
national routes at 5090 m.p.h
within a few years are forecast by
the British Ministry of Civil Avia-
tion.

“It seems certain,” saiu the
Ministry report, 1949-50 “that the
next few years will see the intro-
duction and increasing use of jet-
powered aircraft with speeds up
to 500 miles an hour.”

The report listed the Berlin air-
lift as the outstanding civil opera-
tion during the period reviewed.
In 22,000 successful flights a total
of 147,000 tons of supplies were
flown into Berlin by British civil
aireraft.

Despite the need for economy
the British nationalized airways

corporations made good progress}

in 1948-1949, the report claimed.

It said new and better types of
airliners have been developed to
replace the near-obsolete wartime
machines.





In Carlisle Bay

Sch. Cyelorama ©., Sch Leehinvar 5
Sch. Emmanuel C. Goraon, Sch. Cyri
E. Smith, Sch. Zita Wonita, Sch. Enter
prise Seh Reginald Wallace, Sch
Eestern Ee), S.S. Woldingham Hill, §.S
Temple Arch Sch Beiqueen, Sch
Frances W. Smith, M.V. Daerwood, Sch
Wormlerful Counsellor, Sch Land
Noe'een, Sch Mandalay ii B.F
Caribuee, Sch. Timothy A. H. Van
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Than, from Trinidad, Agents: schooner
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S.S. Nemours, 219 tons, Capt Garnte
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sima, $.S. Fort Ambhorst
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Boston: Halifax: Montreal by the S,5.
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Mails for Martinique: Antigua: St.
Croix: St. Thomas: New York by the
S.S. Fort Amherst will be closed at

the General Post Office as under;
Parcel! and Registered Mails at 2 p.m

Ordinary Mail at 3 p.m. on the 9 Oct

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Mails for Dominica: Antigua; Mont-
serrat: Nevis: St. Kitts by the M.V
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Canadian Exehange Rates Next Stop?

SATURDAY, OCTOBER 7, 1950

TO-DAY’S SPECIALS

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aturday, October 7, 1950 On Sex es he we : ° r
| Jn September 30, the Honour- in the case of sale of fixed assets foreign exchan under such he World '
; . \ante Douglas Abbott, — of in Canada or liquidation of capital conditions wins meen that Anywhere im t Usually Now
: Finance, issued the following investments made since 1939 and Canada was in effect incur- .
GRAVESEND oo —o the Canadian eer e: — -_ _ Ex- ring a substantial increase in its (From Our Correspondent) Tins My Lady Tmoato Soup 29 26
exchange rate chang ontro joard. on-resi- gross ; . ; ‘
3 “Last night I announced that the dents will, of course, still be able an cot, ee ae LONDON.

py

Ab RE ep ha A AB ALARM ZAGRIS BECAME

-EIN THE NEWS -

and other authorized agents to among themselves, so that, forex- ’ Peanotis who wishes can board a bus for almost any
THE comments made by a Barbadian discontinue dealings in foreign ample, a non-resident holding wee ot Uae pe a to hi. B Monte- Bottles Allsopps Beer ..... 26 20
9 2 : o> Clannad highly desjrable to put an en’ part of the world. Karachi, Bermuda, Mon 5
marksman who recently returned from |£xchange until further notice. Canadian dollars may dispose of this extraordinary rate of invol-

Bisley. have served to focus public attén-

Gravesend Beach and the surrounding

Foreign Exchange Control Board
had instructed Canadian banks

Today the Government, by Order
in Council under the authority of

lated on the basis of a 10% premi-
um for the United States dollar in

freely to transfer Canadian cur-
rency, securities and othes assets

them to his bank in the United
States in the same manner as

“A year ago, when the pound

service charges without any cor-
responding increase in its produc-
tive resources or ability to export.

untary bo from the United
States. One obvious method would

ward movement of speculative

video, Birmingham, Nairobi; these and a host
of other far away places are all represented.

Motor Exhibition has this week been opened

THERE is in London a place where anyone





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: . bar 8 : the Foreign Exchange Control heretofore,

tion on a part of this island which ought” | act, cancelled the official rates of | ~ rate back to parity with ihe Une| Where is this universal bus-stop? At Earl’s
to be but is not the most beautiful sea |exchange which, since September Background of the Present teq States dollar. This would] Court, South London, where ‘the Commereial
bathing resort near Bridgetown. 19th of last year, had been caleu- Action probably bring to a stop the in- r :

district ought to be one of the loveliest
recreation centres in Barbados; and at the
same time be a place where visitors could
with advantage see much of local colour
in a congenial atmosphere. With proper

Canada, It has been decided not
to establish any new fixed parity
for the Canadian dollar at this
time, nor to prescribe any new
official fixed rates of exchange.
Instead, rates of exchange will be
determined by conditions of sup-
ply and demand for foreign cur-

sterling and other foreign cur-
rencies were devalued by sub-
stantial amoupts, it appeared
necessary to make a moderate
change in the par value of Cana-
dian currency and it was accord-
ingly devalued by 9.09 per cent.
Up to that time there were no

capital, but such a change in the
exchange rate would not necessar-
ily be justified by fundamental
conditions and might be found to
require reversal or further adjust-
ment within the mnot-too-distant
future. ‘co «move the Canadian
exchange rate to any other fixed

by Mr. Barnes, Minister of Transport.

can make it” and even for the non-mechani-
cally minded can provide an interesting
“walk-around.”

It is a really good example of “Britain





6” 8” 10” 12” HALF ROUND BASTARD FILES

6” 8” 12” 2ND CUT HALF ROUND BASTARD FILES
6” 8” 10” 12” FLAT FILES isles

6” 8” 12” 2ND CUT FLAT BASTARD FILES

‘ : : ; ‘ : Nt eR iy
attention and remodelling the entire area rencies in ‘Canada. ee wt ante to ae eee = nets ae Since the show is commercial, it is not un- . Ww ING FILES

could be transformed into a public place “Banks and other authorized cuch a devaluation necésary oe same objections. The appropriate} natural to find that buses are among the 4’ aoe 10” 12” ROUND 2ND CUT FILES
more attractive than a club. agents will deal in foreign ex- the changed conditions bro rate at the present time might be

change as principals, but they
will continue to act as official

ee

about by the devaluation of
important were such

anywhere between parity and the
9 per cent discount recently in

biggest features. Like the rats in the Pied
Piper of Hamelin, they come in all sizes,






8” 10” CABINET RASP
12” FARRIERS RASP

: 5s . jagents of the Foreign Exchange that ¢ effect. In short, under the con- 4 : ; 4” SAW FILES
‘ The presence of oil and electricity plants ; Control Board for the issue of hare Seog eee ditions which I have outlined, no] ‘anging from the ordinary English country-
in the area could successfully be camou- ppermits and a other ae ae change were made in the value of PeTson can — in advance} service bus to the luxurious 30-seater which PHONES : a 4472 & 4687
A tating to exchange control. e with any reasonable assurance ® ‘ . r
flaged by casuarinas and other trees. The general structure of exchange con- _ ee ee ee new level at which to fix the par! Corporates a toilet compartment, a cocktail

Barbados Turf Club with the assistance of
the Civie Circle has set an example at the
Garrison’ where unsightly but necessary
fixtures were covered with foliage and

trol remains unchanged, including
control over securities transactions
between residents and non-resi-
dents and control over payments
of Canadian dollars to non-resi-
jents,



tional trade in goods and services
has shown a moderate surplus, al-
though rather less than in the
previous year. In recent months,
however, there has been a grow-
ing tide of capital movements out

value of the Canadian dollar, and
for this reason the Government
feels that the rate of exchange
should be left to be determined
by market forces.

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* “ ; gn eurrencies into Cana- : ~~). Pi

: certain.that the planting of casuarina trees Pine ogg geek en = dian dollars. This has been in International Monetary makers. Such famous names as Dennis, Ley- S ITCHER & CO LTD.

‘ around. Gravesend would add to the-shade | :lare it to an authorized dealer. Pea ae Salle tn tae tone to iar leat, SOneHrerees Sie AS are eeneng Sh

a | de must then either sell it im- D@S¢ On @ Delle In the tong run “The International Monetary | manufacturers and their range of production} — =
: and beauty of the area. ' nediately to an authorized dealer Fund. ae Siene conediied in 8 P

The beach itself is popular’and within
easy reach of ‘the’ City and the suburbs
from which bathers would come. It is obvi-
ously necessary to make other improve-
thents besides the addition of shower baths.
But before this can be done as a means of
encouraging more people to use Gravesend,
it is necessary to remove the Rifle Range

-which has now’ beén described as a handi-

it the going rate of exchange, or,
f he wishes, deposit it in a

oreign-currency bank account
vith his authorized dealer, in
vyhich case he may not make any
ther use of the foreign currency
ut may choose his time for sell-
ig it within a period of 90 days.
. resident desiring to obtain for-
ign exchange must apply to his

uthorized dealer for a permit”

vhich, if granted, will allow him
o buy the required foreign cur-
_ency from an authorized dealer
it the going rate of exchange,




POCKET CARTOON
by OSBERT LANCASTER

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accordance with the terms of its
Articles of Agreement, and the
course of action which we propose
to follow was discussed with the
Executive Board of the Fund at
a meeting held in Washington
this morning. The circumstances }
which have compelled the Gov—
ernment to permit. exchange rate
fluctuations were fully explained.
The Executive Board examined
the Canadian, posivion with great
objectivity and comprehension



can be judged from the fact that between
them they supply buses, lorries and tractors
for almost every country in the world.

Most of these new buses herald a new era
in road travel.
the makers -having in most cases placed the
engine beneath the floor-boards or the rear
axle. }
and recognized the exigencies of | ger accommodation but even now buses still

They are wider and longer,

This gives additional space for passen-







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ELECTRIC DRILLS,

tae ee ae the situation which have le‘; :annot compete with trolley-buses which

cap to local riflemen. It is apparently not “Merchants Canada to the oposed plan. : SCREWDRIVERS,
; , ts and other residents anada to prop P seat 70 compar r-

appreciated’ that with this range in its} ho are offered foreign currency The Government intends, of} ° pared with the 56 of the moto TAPPERS, SENCH

present position there is a constant threat
of death to those who dare to enjoy a sea
bath when there is a practice or competi-
tion shoot. To the uninitiated the oppor-
tunity to get from. the shore to the beach

or from. the beach to the shore presents no _

great danger, but those who are accus-
tomed. to. the-use of firearms know that

" Se sprung wheels.
. ravel for any purpo0Se so as Darling, guess what, Little Restrictions y , : :
there is-an--ever “present element of 15 cover ail ‘reasonable travel |} me’s'heen usfered — seut un imelk t has also de.| “hich looks capable of going up the side of
danger. “The Govetument Rifle Range -xpenditures, An ‘announcement the Nationa! tect Boars! ie Government has also






oy tourists aré no longer required
-O pay any fixed rate of exchange,
out may pay such rate as may be
agreed on. No doubt such rate
will be based on the rates current-
y being offered by banks for the
ourchase of foreign currency,

“A permit will still be required
‘or the export of funds for travel
ibroad by Canadians, but it, 1s
Jlanned to imerease the amount
‘which will be authorized for





course, ‘to remain in consultation
with the Fund and hopes ulti-—
mately to conform the provisions
cf the Articles of Agreement
which stipulate vhat member
countries should not allow their
exchange rates to fluctuate more
than one per cent. on either side
of the par values from time to
time established with the Fund.

Removal Of Import

cided to announce a this time that

driven vehicle.
another part of the exhibition are some of

the other products of Britain’s engineering
workshops.

vulling-lorry which is mounted on six inde-
pendently

a mountain, and in truth can manage that in

Away from the public transport section in

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: of the new regulations will be : font . ; ‘ < : ‘
j should have. been removed long ago and [nade within a few days when ae, = a eS moderation, is now being used in the con-| =ess==
# now that a question ‘arises of making aca Serna: have been stuacnes of Canadian financial under Senedules I. and LI. of the} Struction of the Owen Falls Dam in Uganda.
q hie te, Urs ‘ompleted. and economic conditions, In large fimor : a a- . . : .
Gravesendinto a_public place of beauty x part however, particularly in the ere re ee Seen And then there is the big seven-ton Bed- ONCE AGAIN IN STOCK
this dee sh be farther One result of the new system jact ¢ ; * tion Act will be removed e' ve . P . :
= : 1 sho not be arther post- ot establishing exchange rates is 15 Ber ree dt ae ae 8 January 2, 1951. Iv will be re-| ford which is engineered and powered for a
Hs poned. j gmp tar a ina the so-called unoflell rates of"Yainy'"car's action to sentare Cane qhat Revers import restric-| gross weight of 10 tons 4 ewts. and yet °
4 Dna eens elicede car Goud "aloe the Cocndien dolley, jo parity wie November, 1947, at a time when| Which, unladen, weighs less than three tons.
: . esa Daa cal rere of ai and Und Metre Ser G4 ocean | This ‘particular ‘product of ‘the Vaushal
y Accident uthough certain local variations States, dollars which stood ” af dangerous proportions, By the] SToup and its prototypes was tested for four
; PY may be expected, particularly in 91/255, million on June 30th, rose .iwumn of 1948 our trade position] years on a specially b ilt rough track wh
: ne avy 5 ransactions in ban notes, aS a ar pan oe Re cae 31st, to had improved sufficiently and our y . P aM ia rege ee
\ THE publit.celebration on the return ‘esult of time differences, trafis- ols Sie teens $1, 130 ipretismine reserves had recovered to a level, 1,000 miles are as arduous 4s 100,000 on nor-

of the West Indies team in Trafalgar
Square cencentrate@-a huge crowd in that
area and one happy tesult was that during
a period of excitement, the public destroy-
ed the roof of a shed erected in the centre
of the Square for passengers awaiting the
*buses leaving the terminus in Probyn
Street. aa :

The accidental destruction of this gal-
vanised shed must be regarded as a public
service. Because’ it could not have been
in the best;intetest to erect a shed of gal-
vanise where the heat of the sun could be
concentreted ‘on those who were waiting
under it. It ought to be unnecessary to
stress that sheds should be “composed of
some cooler material.

It is to be presumed that this particular
shed will be repaired and re-erected.,
Before doing so, it would be wise if the
Government would enquite as to the
efficacy of shingles or some other material
which would’ serve the publie’s interest
with less’ heat.”



OUR READERS:SAY:

rortation costs, and special local
conditions, Fluctuations in the
oasic rate will no doubt occur
from time to time in accordance
with changing conditions of supply
ind demand. After a short transi-
tional period it is expected that
reasonably stable conditions will
develop in the exchange market. «

“From what has been said, it
will be seen that the change from
1 fixed rate of exchange to a
market rate does not involve the
abandonment of the foreign ex-
change control system, A few
consequential amendments of the
Foreign Exchange Control Regu-
tations will be necessary but the
number of these will be small, The
objective is to maintain the struc-
ture of control in its familiar form
as.a defense against possible ad-
verse conditions in the future.
Actual restrictions will be few.
Residents will still require a per-
mit to export capital from Canada
and such permits will not normal-
ly be granted except for necessary
business operations and certain
amounts exported by emigrants.
Similarly, non-residents will still
be required to obtain a permit in
order to withdraw capital from
Canada and such a permit will
normally not be granted except

ary) on September 30th. Thus the
total increase over the past three
months was approximately $554
million, of which over $285 mil-
lion occurred during the month
of September. The gross inflow
was actually more than $285,000,-
000 in September because the
figures given above allow for the
setting aside of $50,000,000 from
our reserves in addition to $50,-
000,000 obtained through a recent
boud issue in New York to re-
deem a Government of Canada
bond issue of $100,000,000 falling
due on October Ist. There is no
telling how much further this
movement might have gone, so long
as the fixed rate of a 10 per eent
premium on United States dollars
were maintained and people be-
lieved in the possibility or proba-
bility ef an official change to an-
other fixed rate such as parity
of the Canadian dollar with the
United States dollar,

“An influx of funds on this
tremendous scale would, if it con-
tinueti, be likely to exercise an
inflationary influence in Canada
at a time when government policy
in all fields is directed to combat-
ting inflationary, developments.
Moreover the accumulation of

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which made iv impossible to begin
tne process of relaxation in these
vestrictions. Our progress in this
direction was somewhat retarded
by the uncertainvies of. the inter—
national financial situation during
the latter part of 1949 and the
early months of 1950. Bur during
the past six months it has been
possible to resume and to acceler—
ate this process of relaxation, By
the end of las June about one-
half of the original restrictions
had (peappenses and a few weeks
ago I was able to announce the
removal of about one-half of the
remainder.In order to facilitate
orderly adjusiment to each stage
in these relaxations it has been
customary to give reasonable
advance notice of their effect, and
it is for this reason thay I am
now. giving notice that all the
items remaining in Schedules 1
and II. of the Emergency Ex-
change Conservation Act will be
rescinded ay the end of the year
My colleague, the Minister of
Trade and Commerc,e will be
reviewing the operation of Sche-
dule IKI. of the Act (the capital
goeds section) with a view te
ascervaining the appropriate de-
gree and timing of relaxations }
that field.” a

mal going.

the whole show is concerned only with buses,
lorries and tractors. That is far from the case.
The first and second floors of the Earls
Court Stadium are an absolute joy for the
mechanically minded. They contain each
and every accessory that present day com-
mercial motoring requires.

can brush aside a constant jet of water to
patent seats with movable head-rests, the
stalls abound with the latest and best inven-
tions.

cancelled for this year but subsequently it
was decided to carry on as the Industry
appreciated how vital it was to the export
drive. The wisdom of this move has since
become obvious as already applications for
tickets have been received from nearly 60
countries.

But do not run away with the idea that

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- eontinued the
restricted
receipts.

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To The Editor, The Advocate—
SIR,—Myr. A, E. S. Lewis paid



LET US

résult’ might be concern than those who look to
demand and reduced it for their livelihood.
Moreover the Board is Mr, Lewis, of course,

played in fostering and cementing
diplomatic relations between the
Mother Country and ‘the West

Spirit HELP

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meant

















: df |
, 7 » to aim at cheaper services. well, but, since he has asked for Indies. e humiliation attached to such SIR,—As we have made a big YOU With |
os tr oe myself "So, if in future there is to he my opinion I am bound to say places for years now, cannot be an step forward by the victory ot
is, thenet: 1 pM wy pe vee any ‘general staff betterment, the that I do not think the employees In, welcoming the cricketers aid to health. If they are medical our cricketers, I send these ver- YOUR
ry ( pe eosin Be ae money must be found in some of these companies have any We should not forget those sane centres, why not scrap the name ses on behalf of that spirit.
whether! the employees “of these gue way: It would seem that reason to be grateful to him, or feomemeeie nO aoe oe ae tales tases ca aoe ee te ihalne Caat tithe be Wecenartiet
ae a fi . . e only ~practical way of in- to welcome the creation of the . cess: d Ske: F vh t ti the game
comabani@s Should, welcome the creasing funds lies in expanding proposed Board. Worrell, Alan Rae, Jeffrey Stoll- class can get aid without degrada- We went to fight for our W-1. Name ENTERTAINING
Board. fh why ete MUS profitably each company’s ser- Cc, E. SHEPHERD meyer and the now famous “spin tion. preys Sew friends, it has been our
“ a Se ue ee . te i ’ ”
Gonimander Stiythiod eave nis VS, But expansion is an ad “Colleton, House, ie ame ee beenaae PROGRESS. fins win — pave he war
opini \ B al calls ine ob e .
pen 7 Bsdeok: ter. Toe to judgment to be successf@l. A. Ottober 2, 1950, of West Indies crieket aloft and Vict For. the a ree indies In Call in or Phone
mént that such a Board, with its mistake in direction or timing : have placed themselves in the ctory, ana by teen apOMe on unity oan: te |
heavy and far-reaching respon- ay gausé great loss, and this Cricket gallery of famous world cricket— To The Editor, The Advocat brought. |
sibilities ‘ang duties, could not ae gn mt Pceipts ee To The Editor, The Ad ers. bpd Percent Y WI. PATRIOT. us Today
a ‘ existing outpu wou make \ e itor, ve vocate— , ‘ wa sir, sas |
te @yes to labour costs and things worse not ‘better. & SIR,~-Unprecedented in the ‘ 4 sola es of sptize shame Wickets bagged. runs obtained, Patriotism |
So I set out, for Mr. Lewis’ Successful expansion would perry of West Indies: Cricket, eae eee im an ioe Unuenecheha. of an; sane” are To the Editor, The Advocate, ,
i 4 Bn ihe de . ans ’ Was the rousin if ; ain, by se i” U3 y f . ' EL
consideration, a eee ies carry more jobs and more re- welcome Sconied ts tre. eee genuity, patience and cheerful- Their one Intent — Victory. ! SIR,—Please excuse my patri- FINE TENDER DELIGHTFUL
oe gure mpgnsible jobs with more pay. Indian Cricketers on the occasion "Ss oe eee Sev eee + RO eosin, Meetabe Sabin, sane aie, strain, ans do a —_ our MEATS DRINKS
It shouldbe noted in the first of these “companies! Soslnaie ame et neice return from. | Bngiend, October 4, 1950. : Pr a ar pe o Nidag ayny aoae” ie ‘America's Vicker te Chickens id
place that the object in creating considerable expansion would be Sees they remarkably — and , , Me Ui Sox iow eau word Korea, Cannot all the big Sonne | Ducks Sette Wines. ave
this is ‘nob to provide a costly; a substantial amount of defeating prigreyer resp Mey ~ Spitting ‘ ee et meaner Wee Seeiae ’ tries unite for Peace and progress Legs of Lamb ‘Dry Sack Sherry
good - time for ‘those getting new capital would have to be a eae ge? might of England .' Wore inten wae victory including Stalin, and China realis- Shoulders of Lamb Vielle Cure
salaries or wages from these raised by each to pay for it. tres teuliewtt est nee No To the Editor, The Advocat®) ; : ) ing that the land of the Stars anc Veal Chops ‘
com; es, but fo bring about I therefore suggest to Mr. the victoria ton could be given of STR,—Perhaps a_ simple Jetter As once was said by one Stripes is freedom loving anc Slightly Corned Beef SPECIALS.
bet and cheaper services fot Lewis that any action-on his part leek ieee ee oo crick- may do some good, as long ‘ar- 4, sailor great was he founded on highest civilisation. Sole 16-0z. Fish Cakes in tins
the public in “general and the tending to make the raising of Gneominme atwenae if wes me ticles are not always read. Apsim- — jaje duty" —— and that — Victory The world is sick of war, which is ||| Cod Fillets 12 cents each
saree customers in particu- fresh capital more difficult. or Sir Allen Coltsmane ann ae ple sign “Do = spit” woul — Weis ath he see hea a step backwards. The sacrifice ea , 3-oz. Paste in tins
oe et ‘ Roni 2 a y a 10 et us own ,,
Tht amout which each “ote, expensive, is definitely warm words phrased in the Text eT gochey ‘eat nee asks “Wi Ut Stalwarts obeyed the call, oe Ateerics S0e pOnae Sew aot Poe eu. en on
com ; i contrary to the interests of the 4 thé: Welenate tates nice gain my conscience Y SO Their great response to faith be forgotten. “There'll be bluc Peaches H BREAD
Sailer Gad whale i inatugras employees of these compares. "ag tend by Bi Justice Chenesh, Mer aT Tia oe of CopeaMe Hew cate othe; «BAe over the white clits "|| Rhubarb. 125 Sens
s y 2S, is imitecd Oo as cs a ° e & A a e i rice o ve ti ow can we an the great ” ‘ 1
its receipts from its customers Further, that any action of No more can we be looked on as fruit, and aprobte diet, is wane peat tie) Answer. las ” oe x ieee a as) i a: ee ienes : } FRESH FRUIT
To bring in this new and unpro- Mr. Lewis that would load these Semi-savages “or people of inferior ly the cause. The poor man uses Who hath given Victory whe te. ence” and hapeniee Ice Cream Powder | and
a eee, ee people, ” companies with ape ol eo ee ces V1 wee should cheaper or inferior foodstuffs such Nad With: aliNeatial paca thrives . Brussel Sprouts—tins } VEGETABLES
joard, its staff and advisers, to tive expense is also definitely insular prejudices threaven to as pickled meat, substitute butter, tara ene een " i Carrots in tins
be psi4 cu + te receipts contrary to the interests of the sever the ties which link us very little salads, and I notice To ailing MU oath Bu 2rae ee er ae String Beans in Tins | Tee Cold
would leave so much the less for employees. together. This success affords now that some groceries are sell- That told — that tells — Victory Even in the Far East, Liberty sing Spinach in Tins DUTCH APLES
other purposes. If Mr, Lewis will study the clear and unequivocal proof to ing even cheese in large quanti- Moye, trother landars And men that died they on! | f
Hitherto increased expenses matter further, he will, I believe, the outside world of the worth ties. This should not be allowed, _Ne'er forget Him, Thank Him, knew ; :
have been met by higher rates, satisfy himself that none are cf a United Wesv Indies. It is and would save the clerks frown- Then ask for renewed strength The song of men who love “Th \
but now, if this method, irrita- more vitally interested in the impossible to exaggerate the part ing when a poor person asks to be "°° 1%! — for Victory red, white and blue.”
ting to customers, were to be stability and prosperity of a these cricketing ambassadors have sold a quarter of cheese or butter. EB ‘ BRITANNIA.







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SATURDAY, OCTOBER 7,

H.E. Presents |

Police Medals |

j

T A FUNCTION at District |
“A” Station yesterday evening
His Excellency the Governor pre-
sented Supt. Eustace Simmons
with the Colonial Police Medal
which was awarded to ‘him in the
last Birthday Honours List. |
His Excellency also presented 50
other members of the Force with
the Colonial Police and Fire Bri-
gade Medal. The men all served
18 years or over with good con-
duct.
The Police Band, under Capt,
Raison, was in attendance.

T 5 O'CLOCK to-day the
Police Band will play for’ the
St. Matthias Church Fete which
will be held at Hastings Rocks.
CROWD of between 30 to 40
old people could be seen oit-
side the buuding of Messrs. Gen-
eral Traders Ltd. at Roebuck
Street yesterday morning. They
were receiving pennies from this
firm. .
This is a usual happening every
Friday morning and one of the
labourers distribute the pennies
from a money bag.

1950



THE



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HILE LABOURERS were
unloading lumber in the in-
ner basin yesterday the Govern-
ment Dredge, which was tied off
between the lighters, was bring-
ing debris from the bed of the
Careenage.
Although for the past four days
lorries and carts had been taking
this lumber to the various lumber
‘yards, there is still much to be
seen at the wharf. It all came by
the Steamship Woldingham Hill.

US PASSENGERS in Trafal-
gar Square are making the
best possible use of the "bus shel-
ter, A large part of the roof of this
shelter broke down when a large
crowd climbed on the top in an;
effort to see the returning cricket-
ers on Tuesday morning.

At present it is not providing the
usual shelter but still over a dozen
can find shade from the sun, which
yesterday evening was 87 degrees 2
Fahrenheit in the shade.





BARBADOS

ADVOCATE



GREEKS AND SPORT

SIXTEEN GIRLS of the fifth form of Queen's Gollege doing a group study in Greek dancing in the

Hall yesterday afternoon, while on the playing field the girls of the fifth and sixth forms are enjoying

ERY LITTLE can now be seen!

of the Yawl Potick. It has

submerged so far that now loaded

lighters can risk to pass over its
stern,

Although the Schooner Fred-
erigk P. Elkin has been abandoned
off Brandon’s beach for many
months, more can be seen of that
than the Potick.

a practice game of netball.



Throwing Sea
Egg Shells

day that the Potick is dangerous to On Beach

\

|

navigation in the inner basin.
!

LL THAT could be seen at the| /S AGAINST THE LAW

faces Alice Playing Field
yesterday evening was a couple of] * SINCE the o i .
A E 2 opening of the sea
— wi group of blackbirds. legg season there have been sev-
— we = rains the grass}eral complaints about the sea egg
be a d has grown consider-| shells on the beaches, making it
ably and provide a good feed for | uncomfortable for sea bathers
the sheep. Long grass can also be Mr. W. W. Merrit Chief Sani-
tary Inspector of St. Michael told

seen on the tennis lawns,
the “Advocate” yesterday that the
See ee Kathleen|Sanitary Department sees to it

Holder of Alleyne’s Lane,] that t i
Passage Road, St, Michael, died|;ept clean The cos pag shah
suddenly at her home about 10/nuisance on some of them how-'
Rie Cee rena a ever, had become so great that

e body was removed to the! quring last month he had appealed

Public Mortuary where a_post| + issi
ee o the Commissioner of Police for
mortem examination was perform-| assistance in its prevention. ]

ed by Dr. K. B, Simon. Death was
attributed to natural causes

D* ASHBY performed a post
mortem examination on the
body of*42-year-old Hugh Clarke
of Harts Gap and attributed death

Prompt action was taken and
he was glad to say that as far as
St. Michael was concerned, since
September 4 no complaints had
been made to the Department.

The beaches where the nuisance

to natural causes, Clarke died| was were Browne's Beach and
a early on Thursday) Reece Beach, Bay Street; the Reef

and Lands End, Fontabelle;

: ' Spring Garden, Black Rock.
IGHT BOYS, including Patrol} “yy,” Merrit ‘drew attention to
Leaders Shirley Sandiford and} the Regulation of the General
G. E. Bovell of the All Saints! Roard of Health which people who

Scout Troop, spent five days in 1
camp at St. Joseph Girls’ School | Few Sea, 088 shells on the beaches

recently .
The Regulation

and

They arrived at Horse Hill on
Friday at about 6 p.m. and after
settling in they sang and played It reads: “Every person break-
indoor games. On Saturday they!ing sea eggs on any part of this
played a cricket match against a} island is hereby required immedi-
Horse Hill team and were victo-| ately thereafter to throw back or
rious. cause to be thrown back into the

The visitors batted first and| sea, the shell and offal thereafter.”
knocked up 66 runs for four wick- Mr. Merrit said that it had
ets declared. In reply the Horse} been observed that many people
Hill boys were bowled out for 21] broke the shells of the sea eggs
and 37. For the Visitors, Bovell| and threw them back into the
took three wickets for four runs} sea, but the breaking in many
with the “hat trick.” cases was done so near the shore

that the sea again brought the

On Sunday morning there was| shells on to the beach.

a Church Parade to St. Joseph’s

Church and in the evening a hike,| Asked whether there was any
the route of which ran along] plan afoot to offer something that
Hackleton Cliff, Joe’s River| might be competed for by people
Woods, St. Elizabeth’s Schools,}in the various districts for keep-
Joes River Factory and then bacl-|ing their premises clean, Mr.
to Horse Hill. Merrit said there was no neces-

There were more hikes on|sity. This was done some years
Monday and Tuesday. While they| ago, he said, but most peop'e now
were out on the Tuesday they| were fully conscious of their
visited the home of former Sgt.| responsibility in keeping their
Major Goodman at Hillswick| premiser clean. Although all peo-
where they were given cocoanuts.| ple might not keep theirs as well

The camp broke up shortly after! as might be desired, he was happy
seven o’clock on Wednesday|to say that a fairly satisfactory
morning and the motor lorry E 29} state existed in all districts
took them back to St. Peter.





NO CHRISTMAS
RUSH YET

AT Cave Shepherd & Co., Ltd.
at 12.30 p.m. yonerey. the busi-
ness of buying and selling was be-
ing done in a leisurely manner.
There were no crowded counters
as will be the case later in the
year.

Free Canadian $
Will Jump Costs

In British Guiana
(From Our Own Correspondent)

GEORGETOWN Oct. 6.

Government announced today
that the immediate effect of
recent change in the exchange The, perfumery and_ novelty
vate of the Canadian dollar will| counter had no customers. The
be to increase the cost of Cana-| shee department was much better,
dian goods but assured the pub-| and there the majority of the buy-
lic that an increase in the cost| ers were women, looking oyer in-
of living at least for the balance| tended purchases with that met-
of the year jvil! not exceed two iculous care that few men can
points. achieve. sa

As regards flour which is im- Over the gents suiting depart-
ported almost solely from Cana-|â„¢ent a clerk was refolding a bolt
ca, the Government expiained| of blue cloth, and two men were
that this commodity will be pur-| inspecting a piece of pin-striped
chased on Government account| brown. ‘ ;
and a stabilised price is as-|, 4 large case was being lifted
sured the public by the opera- from the furniture department
tion of the flour stabilisation fund.

ment a few

chases.

were making pur-
Although Government will




















to race ticket selling.

cate yesterday, there is always a
chance of selling the first prize in
the Big Sweep. at

with people when one is a race
ticket seller, thinks Harmans, or

that way.

had no intention of buying a

In the women's linen depart-j



Q.C. GIRLS ARE
KEEN ON GYM

APART from the educational studies at Queen’s Col-
lege, a keen interest is taken in the physical education of
the girls

When the “Advocate” visited the College yesterday,
the fifth and fourth forms were enjoying a practice game
of netball, while in the Hall, others were enjoying a less

strenuous activity—a Greek Rhythmic dance.



The girls are very keen on their
| physical work and always enjoy
their lessons. The juniors have
E sort of physical training

LOOKING TO THE
FUTURE

“Tilness is liable to throw
anybody off his balance, but
it should not be accepted as
a valid excuse for running
away from life in the fu-
ture,”

Compton Mackenzie, the
famous novelist. in a
BBC talk on “The En-
joyment of Living.”

three times a week and this is
divided into games, gymnastics
and dancing whereas the seniprs
have their training twice a week
and either have dancing and
games or gymnastics and games.

For games, they specialise in
netball, but although a cricket
club run by the girls themselves
has been in existence for some-
time, cricket is now going to be
played as a school game along
with netball.

The girls are instructed by Mrs,
E. M. Wotton who was trained at
Liverpool Physical Training Col-
lege and who also holds a Diploma
of Physical Education from Lon-
don University.

Barbados Needs
More Hotels
T.C.A. MANAGER

(From Our Own Correspondent)

PORT-OF-SPAIN.
Mr.» Wil'iam Stuart, Trans-
Canada Airlines Station Manager
Seawell Airport, Barbados,
stated here, that hotel accommo-
dation in Barbados was inadequate
to cope with the Canadian tourist
traffic. “The only means of
remedying the present situation is
to enlarge the present hotels and
erect new ones”, he said. Speak-
ing of the traffic of Trans-Canada
Airlines through Barbados, he
said, “The traffic is quite good, be-
cause Canadians find Barbados a
good tourist mecca’.

Due to repairs being carried out
at the airport, it is reported that
the plane service will be held up
for three weeks.



Ticket Selling

Is Fun

JOHN HARMANS has been a
race ticket seller for over 12 years
now and he likes his job. He is
only 38, but he said he never
learnt a trade and after years of
“getting a two hour job here and
another there,” he decided to take



Harmans gets sufficient out of
his selling to keep himself and a
small family. He told the Advo-

One has to know how to deal

eleo one would never get any
tickets sold. It is not shouting out
a number that sells the ticket.
He gets an average of four books
sold during the course of a day.
He roves about the town, as he
said there was more to be gained

There is pleasure in the work,
too, he said. for he often cannot
restrain a chuckle when he at last
persuades a person whom he knew

ticket, to buy one.

ADMITTED TO
PROBATE

THE WILL of the late Charles
L. Elder was admitted fo probate
by His Honour the Chief Judge,
Sir Allan Collymore, in the Court
of Ordinary yesterday. The Chief
Judge allowed the re-sealing of
the will of Arthur Henry Easty,
late of Canterbury, England.

The Chief Judge granted the
petition of Albertha Lashley of
Applewhaites, St. George. to the
estate of John H. D. Lashley,

The petitioner was represented
by Mr. J. S. B. Dear. instructed by
Messrs. Hutchinson & Banfield.

Jamaicans Want To
Go To Liberia

(From Our Own Correspondent)
KINGSTON.

Interest‘in Liberia has increased
in Jamaica in the past few years
and several Jamaican families
have emigtated to that country.
Enquiries are still being made
locally for information about the
country.

The Jamaica Government an-
nounced this week that in view of
persistent interest in African emi-
gration by Jamaicans, official er
quiries are being made in that
Continent, particularly in Ethi-
opia and Liberia for information
on immigration p-ospects in those





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have to pay a higher price now
for flour purchases there will be
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lic of flour or bread as the sta-
bilization fund is in a position to

countries.

An official release said, however
that while the Government would
supply whatever information was
gleaned to would-be emigrants,

Upstairs in the Restaurant the|
stools before the ice cream counter |
were nearly all occupied with
people sipping creams of various
shades, and getting a respite from



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PAGE FIVE.



Obituary
Capt. J. B. Howell

THE death of Capt. John Bruce
Howe l,O.B E., V.D. occurred at
| his residence East Wind, Rockley,
Cowen morning at the age of

John Bruce Howell was the son
of John Simpson Howell a former
Colonial Treasurer of this island.

He was educated at Harrison
College and entered the Civil
Service at an early age. He was

} appointed a clerk in the Treasury
and later transferred to the
Co’onial Secretariat where he
spent most of his years in the
service and where his work won
him not merely recognition but
distinction. He had the distinction
to act as Governor’s Aide-de-camp
on several occasions and _ his
methodical work and_ soldierly
bearing suited him to the post.
But there was other services to be
done and J. B. Howell was called
upon to do much of it.

During the first World War he
acted as Inspector of Police whil-
he was still an officer in the Bar-
bados Volunteer Force. Later he
was appointed Manager of the
Government Saving's Bank and
Income Tax Commissioner in 1925
when that office was not then in
the top fl ght of posts in the Civil
Service and its duties had been
varried out by people holding
other appointments or even retired
persons. It was during this time
that he failed to achieve one ambi-
tion and fill the post of Colonial
Treasurer once held by his father.
He failed to gain election against
the late Mr. H. W. Lofty

Capt Howell was of ‘ the
reserved type and his so'dierly
}and aristocratic bearing gave him
an air of austerity; but behind
\this he was of a gentle manner
and kindly disposition.

He leaves a widow and
children to whom deepest
pathy wll be extended .



four
sym-



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Election Battle
, e iy
For City Council
(From Our Own Correspondent)
PORT-OF-SPAIN
The City Council Election bat-
tle for November has started
There are more than 12 candi-
dates so far, including three o
the outgoing ones, but not count-
ing nominations still to be made
by most of the political parties
Not seeking re-election are Hon
Victor Bryan who defeated Hon
Albert Gomes in 1947 and Coun-
cillor George Francie-Lau, who
got* his seat a8 Political Progress
Group representatives. The other
three-term expiring councillors
are Mr. Lionel Monsegue, Mr
Michael Lee Lung and Mr. C. B
Mathura. One woman Mrs, V
Hunte, wife of Mr. Hunte, As-
sistant Manager of the Co-opera-
‘tive Bank, will be a candidate
ifor the North Eastern County
She is sponsored by the Carib-
bean Socialist Party.





123% Tax Free
Dividend On T’dad
Petrol Shares

(From Ofr Own Correspondent)
PORT-OF-SPAIN
Trinidad Petroleum Develop-
ment Company were informed
from London of a final dividend
on ordinary shares of 12% per
cent tax free making 16% _ per
cent. tax free for the year. This
dividend is the same as that for
last year,



THIEF PUT} ON BOND

Twenty-eight-year-old Elsie
Jackman of Collymore Rock was
yesterday put on a bond to kee»
the peace for 3 months by His
Worship Mr. E. A. McLeod. The
Magistrate found her guilty of
having stolen 17/8 from Robert
Docherty on Thursday. Jackman
was later charged with the theft
of a ring before the same Magis-
trate,

WANDERING GERMANS

(From Our Own Correspondent)

PORT-OF-SPAIN
Two German youths, Arnolc
Warchan, and Karl Vogt, arrived
in the colony on board the French
passenger ship “Carimere” hoping
to reach America. They were re-
fused leave to land. They suffer-

ed the same fate at Barbados.

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|Commission will be selected,



Ritual Killings |
Terrify Basutos |

}
|
; LONDON. }
Sensational details of
killings in Basutoland are
to be unfolded shortly by
Commonwealth Relations Office
For many months the natives
of Basutoland have been terrified.
Their fears haunt them as they
go about their daily work in the
kraals, At night they hardly dare
go to sleep.
For they do not know when
and where the medicine killers
will strike next.

likely
ot

As soon as the alarm of the
Basutos reached London the
Government sent 46 year old
Gwilym Iwan Jones, a Cam-

bridge lecturer on anthropology,
to find out what it was all about,

He soon discovered that the
victims were selected from all
ages and classes. The natives
blame witch doctors, but the

witch doctors swear they are noi
responsible.

From his dossier of 93 medi- |
cine murders and from court
records going back to 1895, Jones
obtained evidence — that the
murders were carefully planned
The victims died so that parts of
their bodies could be used in a
“magic” ritual,

Cut Apart Alive

The crime is generally com-
mitted by q group of people —
in one case as many as 60 —
most of whom take part in the
murder and the subsequent cut-
ting of the body.

The parts of the body wantec
for medicine must be taker
while the victim is alive. He is
then slain, otherwise the ‘“medi-
cine” would not be effective

It has been ascertained that
two classes of peopie in Basuto-
land commit medicine murders |
A few do it for gain — witch
doctors wanting flesh for their
magic, Others seize the chance of
making money by killing some-
one and selling his flesh, One
victim recently fetched $280 and
another man sold his stepson.

Travelling between kraals by
car, horse and plane, Jones was
eble to interview many hundreds
of. natives,

He believes that ritual kill-
ings will go on, and that fear
will continue to haunt the Basu-
fos, till their minds can be



disabused of the theory _ that
human flesh has magic healing
properites,

LN.S.



Jamaica Picks
Representatives
For W..1. Conference

(From Our Own Correspondent)
KINGSTON.

Mr. L. C. Bloomfield, and Mr.
A. M. W. Douglas, members of
the House of Representatives,
have been selected by the House
to represent Jamaica at the fourth
session of the West Indian Con-
ference to be held in Curacao in
November,

At the same time the House has



‘,

mante as the colony's candidate
te the panel of names from which
the unofficial members of the
British Section of the Caribbean

Mr. Bloomfield is Chairman 0}
the House Committee on Agricul-
ture and Mr. Douglas is a Solici-
tor. They will be accompanied by
the Acting Director of Agricul-
ture and a member of the Eco-
nomic Section of the Secretaria.
Staff.

* .
5-Year Training
Plan For

* e ‘
Civil Servants

(From Our Own Correspondent)

PORT-OF-SPAIN
A local scheme to train nev
entrants and junior members o
the Customs and Excise Depart-
ment, has been recommended tc
the Government by the Training
committee which recently drew
up a five-year plan for the Train-
ing of Trinidad Civil servants.
it has been pointed out that this
lepartment will only be able to
provide training for officers of
ligher ranks of the Colonial De-
yartments, and have offered in-
stead a special course for train-

ing instructors who would take
charge of local training schemes

OOPS OOS SELES LESSEE PSL LELELECSSSEE ESE A LAPS SOC OOSSOLPLELLLELLLLLEL LLP ANTE SALAS,

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absorb increased cost the fierce October sun. the Government has not yet taken
Government expressed the! The elevator shaft was resting! decision ‘to assist financially in
hope for home reduction in ex-| at the bottom floor and the young | any emigration scheme
port prices of Canadian goods,| operator was waiting to see if any-| A Liberian Consulate has been ”
viewing this as a pfobability in| one wanted to go up higher. Near | opened in Kingston and first Hon-
order that Canada maintain their: the front of the store a watchman|orary Consul of the African Re- |
competitive position in the Carit strollec nd d unobtrusive,| public in this city is Mr. Hugh |
bean markets jLevy, J. P., a cinema t

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PAGE SIX



THE aoe RANGER

CATTLE'S BEEN POISONED AN! HIS FENCES CUT.
WHEN I SAW THAT MASK, I THOUGHT YOU rer
THE CRITTER, S01 OPENED FIRE!

ao

WAY IT'S BEEN



—, UP ANO TURN,

, UNLESS YOU \
OEATH SHOT IN THE BACK!



THE VENGEANCE OF inc G008F ibn

+ BESIDES — WHO WOULD BELIEVE SUCH A
TALL STORY >. . DON’T FORGET -YOU AND





(WERE BoTH émpLoveo BY THE LATE
SCORPION OURSELVES !




HE ALSO SAVED
OUR LIVES, 60 1M
HANDING HIM OVER
TO THE POLICE.















YOU ARE GOING TO
iy DS US....?

(KH

A COP AHEAD!
=| STOP THE TRUCK! }-

I MUST EXAMINE
YOUR VEHICLE!




THE KIDNAPPERS, SLIM AND SHORTY
THINKING THE STARS ARE DEAD,
WHAT IF THEY ARE DEAD?
ote KNOWS BUT US? WE CAN STILL
COLLECT THE RANOM CANT WE?

~NAP, THE DIRECTOR, A









he FAR: KIDNAPPED IN THE
JUNGIE HOLLYWOOD STARS RITA LANA
AND CARY GARY ESCAPE FROM THEIR

CAPTORS: DURING A CANNIBAL ATTACK: YOU KNOW THEY'LL

| [RETURN RITA AND
CARY?



ALONE! COPPER, A QUARTER-



| |DON'T WANT THE BRAVE LITTLE guy
|TO KNOW WE'RE FOLLOWING HiM+~



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: ) WONDERED
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MILE BEHIND HIM. HE@ TRYIN:

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7, 1950



BARBADOS ADVOCATE



CLASSIFIED ADS.) Want Wives’

TELEPHONE 2508



BIRTH
BRANDBORD—To Bran and Enid, at
theix residence, Hastings, Christ Church

The gift of a son
7.10.50—1in

ntl ate we

DIED

BANFIELD—Last night at his residence
‘Willsbury” Hastings JOS EPH
LEONARD (Tossy) late Head Clerk
of Cave Shepherd’s Footwear Dept
The Funeral leaves his late residence
at 4 p.m. (sharp) to-day for St
Matthias Church, Friends are asked
to meet at the church and thence to
the Westbury Cemetery where inter-
ment will take place.

Isabelle (mother B) wife,.Joyce (daugh-

‘ sh Leonard, Tom, Lionel (sons).

10 50.





;



WE, the undersigned take this oppor-
tunity to thank those who attended tne
funeral, sent wreaths, and in othe.
Ways expressed their sympotny in ou
recent bereavement occasioned by the
death of our dear beloved ALEATEA
JANE CARRINGTON. ‘

Ellen Carringtan, Lottice Roett, Mich
ae! Symmonds.

7.10. 50—.in.

FOR SALE
AUTOMOTIVE











CAR—1938 Master Chevrolet

(T—-166). Dial 2890.

DeLuxe

7.10.50.—-3n





CAR—1935 Ford Sedan Apply: J
Thomas. Money Order Branch G.P.O
No reasonable offer refused.

7.10.50—n.

CAR-—1947 Ford V-8 Sedan done opls
14,000 miles in excellent condition
FORT ROYAL GARAKE LTD. Tele-
phone 4504 30.9.50—2n

CAR—Ford Prefect 1947, good conr
dition. Owner leaving island. No
reasonable offer refused. Apply Capt.

A. J. Press
6.10.50—T.F.N.

: ELECTRICAL

REFRIGERATOR—-One (1) 9 Cubic ft.
Crosley Shelvador Refrigerator (Ameri-
can) One (1) Year old in perfect con-
dition, Four (4) years still remaining
on guarantee. Phone 4447. |

7.10.50.2n,

!









REFRIGERATOR—One Norge in good
order. Any reasonable offer will be
accepted. For particulars Phone 2330.

7.10.50—2n.

WASHING MACHINE — One Canadian
Easy Spindrier Washing Machine ‘vith







One hand operated BACON SLICING
MACHINE. Apply B. V. Scott & Co..
Ltd., Whitepark. 13,.9.50—t.f.n

RECORD CHANGERS Automatic b>
Garrard, from $38.70 to $54.84, while they

last. A Barnes & Co., Lid., Dial 355y
24.9,.50—tif.n

LIVESTOCK

PUPPIES—Bull Mastiff, one male and







two females, excellant breeding. Price
3100.00, Call Mrs. K. D. Edwards,
4145. 7.10, 50—2n



PUPPIES—Male Bull Terrier Pupryes
7 weeks’ old. $4.00 and $3.00 eath
Apply “Somerset”, Upper Belmont Ra.

vi ae 22.9.

9.50—2n.
POULTRY

TURKEYS— 3 White Turkeys (2 cocks,
1 hen) for breeding purposes. For par-
ticulars. Dial 8462. 6.10.50—3n.









MISCELLANEOUS
MEN’S SHIRTS — Largest m

of Men's Shirts in town. All je
ANCE” all Guaranteed all attractively
priced. If for any reason your shirt
displeases you, it can be returned to us
at_no cost whatever to you.
ROYAL STORE, High Street.
. 28.9.50 -8n

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.

FOR RENT

FLOWER DEW, Maxwell Coast —
Fully Furnished. 3 Bed Rooms and all
Modern _ Conveniences. Telephone,
Fridge, Radio, Garage, Servants’ Rooms,
and large ace for Kitchen Garden.}
Linens and Silver if required. Enquire
next door Hilton

Maxwell Road
MR. L. GONSALVES.
5.10.50,—4n,

SPACIOUS OFFICE — Marhill Street,

Apply
w. B. 4484.
1,.10.50-—-fn

















TANGLIN — Beachmont, Bathsheba,
October onwards, monthly or otherwise,
3 double bedrooms with single Simmons
bedsteads, children's room, dining room

a lounge. Refrigerator, garage.
servant's room, Apply: Howe. ng
3626 8.50—t.f.n



PERSONAL

The public are hereby warned against
givin credit to my wife ERMINE
BRATHWAITE (nee Sealey) as I do not
hold myself responsible for her or any-
one else cantracting any debt or debts
in my name unless by a written order
signed by me.

(Sgd.) ALBERT BRATHWAITE,
Bearcroft Road
Carrington’s Village,
St. Michael.
7.10, 50—2n





NOTICE
BARBADOS.
IN THE ASSISTANT COURT
APPEAL

OF
Re Workmen's Compensation Act, 1943.

Notice is hereby given that Cleve-
land Bynoe of Near Kingsland, Silver
Hill, Christ Church employed by Messrs.
J. N. Harriman & Co., Ltd. as a Ser-
viceman at Seawell Airport was run
over by a Caterpillar Tractor at Sea-
well and died as a result of the injury
and that Compensation has been paid
into Court.

All Dependants of the above-named
deceased are hereby required to ap-
pear at the Assistant Court of Appeal
on Wednesday the 18th day of October
1950 at 10 o'clock a.m.

Dated this 5th. day of October 1950.

I. V. GILKES.
Ag. Clerk A.C. A
7.10.50—2n.

LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE

The application of Walter Davis, holder
of Liquor "No. 503 of 1950 granted
to Josephil Andrews in respect of a
board and shingle shop with shed
attached at Lower Garnet Street, St
Michael, for permission to use
Liquor License &c., at said premises
Lower Garnet Street, St.. Michael

Dated this 5th day of October 19%
To ‘a 5 bg 3

‘0! agistrate, Dist. “A”.

oe . Signed E. BARKEt

for Applicant

N.B.—This application will be con-
sidered at a Licensing Court to be held
at Police Court, District “A, on Mon-
day, the 16th day of October, 1950, at

11 o'clock, a.m.
E. A. McLEOD,

Police Magistrate, Dist. “A
7.10.50—In

LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE

The application of Ianthe Jordan.
holder of Liquor License No. 1013 of
1950 granted to Godfrey Murrell in
respect of No. 67 Roebuck Street, City,
for permission to use said Liquor License
&ec., at the bottom floor of a 2 storey
wall building at Bay Street, corner of
Beckles Road, St. Michael

Dated this 4th day of October, 1950.
To E. A. MeLEOD Esqr.,

Police Magistrate, Dist. “A.”

Signed G. MURRELL
for Applicant

N.B.—This application will be con-
sidered at a Licensimg Court to be held
at Police Court, District “A”, om Mon-
day, the 16th day of October, 1950, at

11 o’clock, a.m.
E. A, McLEBOD,
Police Magistrate, Dist. “A
7.10.0—Iin





PUBLIC NOTICES

Secrets

Fe LONDON, Sept. 7

: fore than 4,500 British house-

‘The COTTAGE GIFT SHOP - '| wives have been asked by the Guv-

13th October next from wi/@rnment how they spend the

a.m. to 6.30 p.m. Crackers, Xmas tree! family budget.

coeeresee. children’s annuals, an? Tyeir names were selected at

loys. So a very good selection of at- . : :
random from local lists by the

trective and useful gifts.”

Government Social Survey office
jin London. The investigation is
being conducted because the

; Government wants a general pi
Applications for the Post of Parochial . § pic-
Treasurer for the Parish of St. Philip, ture of the spending and standard
will be received by me not later than| of living of different families.
Saturday Tth October 1950. Applicants; Fach of the housewives has

must furnish Birth Certificate, Medica! A “
Certificate, and Testimonials, and save qa) been sent a letter and a book in

general knowledge of Bookkeeping. | which they are asked to note day-
Successful Applicant must reside '" to-day expenses for a week, in-



| Budget
NOTICE

1.10.50--6n

NOTICE



the Parish, and be prepared to take! .
up duties on the 25th of October, 1950 | cluding all bills paid.
All applications to be sent to— These facts will be collected and
D. D. CO ee a eile the results of the survey will be
* 30.9.50—sn. | Published next year.



ae letter signed by Director
o e Survey, L. Moss, says:
NOTICE “We realize of course, that we

Applications for one or more vacant are asking rather a lot of you and
St. Michael's Vestry Exhibitions at the oe z A Seege
Si: Michels Gi’ Sekool. will po | other families we are writing to.
received by the Clerk of the Vestry up | Keeping a complete record of
to 4 o'clock p.m. on Friday 13th Octo-/ one’s spending takes both time
trouble. Nevertheless, we

ber 1950. , a

Candidates must be the daughters of , @" , ess
parishioners in straitened circumstances} hope that you will be willing to
and must not be less than eight (8) nor} give us your help.”
more than twelve (12) years of age OM; = «A1) information

the Sist July, 1951, to be proved by a 1 will be
Baptismal Certificate which must accom. | treated as confidential,” a mem-

pany the . ber of the Social Survey staff
panrente and/or Guardians will be nott- | cnid, “Past experience has shown
where the Examination will be held. | that people are willing to an-

Forms of application can be obtanea | ow, i ir s d-
from the Vestry Clerk's Office. \ nein about their spend
) N.S.

Guerillas Attack
French Outposts

Clerk, St. Michael's Vestry
1.10.50—-7n
SAIGON, Oct, 6.
The French Army announced







Public Official Sale | ©

(The Provost Marshal's Act 1904
(1904-6) 30) '
ON FRIDAY the 13th day of October, |
1950, at the hour of 2 o'clock in the . s 3
afternoon will be sold at my office 10; Vietminh guerillas were attacking

to-day that several battalions of} University Graduate.



!

Barclays Hank

(Dominion, Colonial
And Overseas)

BARBADOS, B.W.1.
RATES OF EXCHANGE
COUNTER RATES |
6th October, 1950, |

, Ist. Bulletin

|







SELLING LONDON BUYING
4.8125 90 Days Sight 4.7225
4.8175 60 o » 4.7375
4.8225 16/30 ,, 4.7550
ais. » 4.7625 :
Ww. . a oe ;
4.240 4.7750 a
(Min.-24¢.) Sight (Min, 2 3
(Min,- $1,)Cable 4.7790
Coupons 4.70
(Min. 1/-Â¥
4.8240 Bank of Eng- j
land |
(Min.-12¢c.) Notes 476 }
NEW YORK j
724/10% pr. Cheques on
Bankers 70 6/10% pr.
Sight or Demand
Drafts 70 4/10% pr.
724/10% pr. Cable |
71% pr Currency 69% pr.
Coupons 68 4/10% pr
50% pr. Silver 20% pr |
CANADA |
635/10% pr. Cheques on |
Bankers 60 9/10% pr
Demand
Drafts 60.75% pr.
Sight Drafts 606/10% pr.
635/10% pr. Cable
62% pr. Currency 59 4/10% pr.
Coupons 58 7/10% pr.
50% pr. Silver 20% pr
INTER-COLONTAL
4% pr. Demand ‘e%_ dise.
(Min. 25.) (Min. 25¢ |
4% pr. Cable
(Min.-50c.)
Coupons 1%% disc
(Min 25c.) 5
BAHAMAS 7
482.50 Demand 477.50
Cable
JAMAICA 2
1%
(Min. 25c.) Demand 477% |
(Min. 25¢e.)
481% (Min.- Cable
50c.)
Bermuda Notes $4.56 or 19/- to £1
Bolivares 48%c
The above Rates are subject to change
without notice,
MISCELLANEOUS





INDIVIDUAL COACHING by English
School Certificate
and Commercial. Proof-Reading, Typing
and Stencilling efficiently and quickly

the highest bidder for any sum not under} small French outposts at several] executed

the appraised value—All that certain
piece of Land containing by admeasure-
ment 8400 Square Feet situate in the
parish of Christ Church at NAVY
GARDENS butting and bounding on
lands of Egbert Welch, of Mrs. Carol
on a private road called Nelson Road,
and on another private road called
Ventnor Road together with the mes-
suage or Dwelling House thereon callea
“Radcourt” Buildings, &c., appraised as
follows:—The ae property appraised

points along the 38 mile sector on
the frontier with Communist
China near Langson,

The section involved is 40 miles
between Langson and the outpost
130 miles north of Hanoi.

Attacks concerted but not on
a large scale were evidently de-
signed to harass the French

POUNDS (£30500,0.) Attached’ trom |OPeration in evacuating Caobang
WHEYMAN ARNETT GRIFFITH for! garrison about 25 miles northwest

and towards satisfaction &c.
N.B.—25% Deposit to be paid on day

of purchase.
T. T. HEADL®£Y,
Provost Marshal.
28 .9.50—?n

;of Tha Khe.

One small French outpost on
the Tha Khe-Langson sector has
withdrawn to another position
after attacks by guerillas in which
several were killed.

An army spokesman said that
advance elements evacuating Cao-
bang, the garrison of the Foreign
Legion Moroccan Vietnamese
troops, had now marched behind,
covering far from Tha Khe which
was occupying defensive positions
They were still encountering
Vietnam resistance.



PUHLIC SALES
AUCTION



UNDER THE SILVER
HAMMER





By recommendations of Lloyds Agents The spokesman also reported
we will sell on. TUESDAY 10th at | increased guerilla activity about
our Mart, 17 Street. >

1 English Pino, 40 Oil Stoves, 2|75 miles from Saigon. —Reuter.
Leather Bags, 2 Wash Basins, 1 Sink, -

12 Tins Baking Powder, 1 Lot Tin

Cans, 1 Tin Veg. Paste, 1 Lot Distem-
ver (Oil Bound Paste).
Sale 12.30 o'clock, Terms Cash

BRANKER, TROTMAN & CO.



QUALIFIED SHIRT MAKERS. Apply |
Auctioneers, | Reliance Shirt Factory.
7.10.50—2n. 28.9.50—2n
soemepanerepeenet reesitinppenssniesneninmeen anion als
REAL ESTATE



A WALL HOUSE — With shop at-
tached, water and electricity installed
at Hothersal Turning. Apply to F. R
Bryan, Old Post Office, Market Hill,
or Cuthbert Thorne, Pasture Road, Bank
Hall. 30.9,50—6n.

HOUSE—Double roof board and
shingled house, shed roof and verandah
attached, situated at Arthur Seat,
5t. Thomas. For inspection apply
next door, or George Lewis, Tudor
Street. House to be removed two
weeks after day of sale.

Attention is drawn to the Con
ment) Order, 1950, No, 31 which
Gazette of Monday, 2nd October, 1



lene” is as follows: —

ARTICLE
7.10.50—3n

ENTERPRISE HOUSE and out build-
ings standing on 1% acres of land in
Christ Church, and dwelling house stand-
ing on 7 acres of land at Enterprise,
Christ Church, adjoining the above
mentioned premises.

The above mentioned premises will be
set up for sale by Mrs, Lucas.

Enquire on Premises. 5.10. 50—6n





Gasolene

Note: —Owing to a rise in the basi



“GLENCOE,” Corner of Kensington
New Road, Fontabelle. The House con-
tains 1 Closed Gallery, 1 Drawing and
Dining Room, 2 Bedrooms, Kitchenette,
Toilet and Bath. 6,200 sq. ft. of land
There are several Coconut and_ Bread
Fruit Trees in the yard, also a Garage.
Dial 3412. 5.10,50—8n .

Following the decision to clos

LAND—About 11,000 square feet of
land at NAVY GARDENS, Christ

Chureh, walled three sides, act quickly:

basis,



GOVERNMENT NOTICES

number of vessels, including tugs, tenders, barges and other
cellaneous small boats ,and a considerable amount of machinery and
equipment are to be, sold in Bermuda.
It is considered that the vessels and machinery available are
too numerous and varied to sell in Bermuda alone.

MIMI GOODING — Tel. 8538.
19.9.50.--16n.

ORIENTAL

(ARTICLOS) GOODS!
CURIOS, JEWELLERY,
SILKS

THANES

Pr. Wm, Hry. St. DIAL 3466









Your Every Day
Toilet Lotion...

uMaLENE

“Cooling and Refreshing as a
1 Breath of Spring”
The Manufacture of Limolene,
finds work for Fellow Barbadians
18 to 67c. at Your Dealer











trol of Prices (Defence) (Amend-
will be published in the Official
950.

2. Under this order the maximum retail selling price of “Gaso-

RETAIL PRICE ;
(not more than) {
aie ahibindiihies
59c. per gallon

—————

c costs and freight rates on petro-

leum products the price of gasolene has had to be increased,

—1.10.50—2n.



SALE OF CRAFT, MACHINERY ETC. AT H.M. DOCKYARD,
BERMUDA.

e H.M. Dockyard in Bermuda, a
mis-

Purchase will be on a tender

a good buy. Dial 2947, ARCHER is listed in a schedule which: is available
Src EneTk. “Auctioneer. 2. This floating stock is listed 1 ee eae
7,10.50—1n.| to interested persons for perusal at the Colonial Secretary's ce,
LAND—Approximately 1. acre of Barbados,
land suitable for building at Rockley 7.10.50—2n.
new Road. (near Golf Club). Apply
Sydney Lashley, Lashleys’ Limited

OS DOI EOC CEES SSIOOOS

HAVE YOU GOT A ‘

7.10.50—4n

LAND—At Road View, St. Peter on
the sea where there is safe and excel—
lent sea-bathing, is 72,000 square feet
of lamd with sufficient sea frontage w
accommodate two or more houses. Price





COLD or COUGH
faa ot lel. TR ec Deemeys IF sO TRY
ileep ents Banik, “Slt
Magazine Lane. ¥ A t0.50—3n! BROWNE'S

*‘ LYNSTED—WNewly built Bungalow CERTAIN COUGH
in Navy Gardens standing on 12,185
Square feet of land.

Apply to Reverend W. E Dash.
Inspection any day from 4—6 p.m. ex-
cept Sundays. Telephone No. 2927.

7.10.50—4n.



“MARYVILLE,”—Black Rock,
ing, dining, sitting, @ bedrooms, 2
rervants rooms and large garage, usual
conveniences. Apply Messrs Carrington
& Sealy, Lucas Street or Phone 3619

after 5 p.m. 7.10.50—1in.
one pict relianitiniad eens i

NEW BUNGALOW-—Built of Block
Stone 3 bedrooms, with wash basins,
electric light and running water within.
standing on 8,000 sq. ft.» wall enclosed
Situated at Worthing, near Golf Club.
Apply: Norman Alleyne, “Amity Lodge”.
For further particulars dial 8164.

5.10.50—4n

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Commonwealth X1
Score 344—7
WORRELL 87

BOMBAY, Oct, 6.
West Indies Test cricketer Frank
Worrell, captaining the Common-

wealth Touring team, today made ,

their top-score of 87, against the
indian Board of Control Presi-
dent’s XI here, the side’s second
three-day match of the tour.

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wealth had piled
ip a total of 344
or 7 Wickets at
he close of the
irst day's play

Worrell’s stroke
a lay, particularly
ifter he had
assed his 50. in-
licated the num-
ver of runs likely
o come from his
bat during the
our

Half the Com-
onwealth sic
were out for 22
when the Austra-
lian Ken Grieves



F. WORRELL
and Bruce Dooland came together
and put on 105 in 82 minutes for

the sixth wicket. Grieves hit 67
and Dooland 58.

The Indian pace bowler Shung-
loo, making the ball lift occasion-
ally, claimed the wickets of Wor-
reli, Laurie Fishlock and Harold
Gimblett.

Sonny Ramadhin is
in the match.

Iso playing

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(From Our Own Corresponden?)

PORT-OF-SPAIN.

The cycling clubs of Trinidad,
with their accredited representa-
tives, refused to turn up at a
conference held by the Amateur
Athletic Association of Trinidad
recently. The cycling clubs held
a meeting among themselves and
agreed by resolution, to sever all
connections with the three A’s as
far as cycling was concerned,

A document sign by 10 ac-
credited cycling clubs of the
Colony, was sent to the three A’s
stating that “no useful purpose
would be served by such dis-
cussion”, for the reason, that “the
Cyclist Union and the Cycling
Board have amalgamated anc
formed themselves into one body
for the proper control of cycling
in Trinidad and Tobago. Official
representatives of cycle clubs,
therefore, cannot attend your
meeting”.















The dispute arose when the
Cyclist Union of Trinidad and
Tobago, (a body formed by the
majority of present cyclists ap-

lied to the National Cyclists’

Inion of Great Britain for af-
filiation, which was granted some-
time in 1949. But on subsequent
representations being made by
the A.AA., this affiliation was
withdrawn. The N.C.U. instruct-
ed the A.A.A. and the C.U. to
get recommendations from the

t authorities of the
Colony certifying which
two should control the sport.
Meanwhile, the N.C,.U, decided
to hold a cycling meeting in
August, 1950, and when the ma-
jority of sypliete signified their
intention of taking part, the
A.A.A, threatened those who in-
tended taking part with sus-
pension from a international
games. The Cyclists’ Union
claimed that the A.A.A. had no
authority to control cycling, as
they themselves were not affiliat-
ed to the N.C.U. It is claimed
by the eyclists here that they
were rapidly losing faith in the
A.A.A. as it was purely an
athletic body and was apparent-
ly ignoring their wishes.



Public Welcome
For Christiani

(From Qur Own Corréspondent)

GEORGETOWN, Oct. 6,

A public welcome is arranged
for Robert Christiani on his ar-
rival home on Saturday. Robert
‘will be welcomed at a function in
the Promenade Gardens at which
the Governor, Sir Charles Woolley
will make a welcome speech and
presentations,

Other prominent persons listed
for speeches include Justice E.
R. L. Ward, Messrs. W. S. Jones
and O. 8S. Wight. The Gardens
‘will be opened to the public from
5.30 to 6.30,

The Militia Band will be in
attendance. The Governor will
arrive at immediately
. races.

Later, the Cricket Board will
entertain Robert as the guest of

honour at a_ ecccktail party at
which the Board will make a
presentation. Garden presenta-

tions will include a cheque from
public subscriptions.

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His Bicycle is as old
as his memories

IF you want to know who was the first man to fly the
Channel or about any other big event during the last 50
years, ask Tom French, 62-year-old driver of a Metropoli-

tan Line train.

As a check Tom refers to the 20-volume

collection of newspaper cuttings and diaries he keeps in
his home at Brecon Road, Hammersmith, W.



Argentina
Will Play At
Wembley

(From VERNON MORGAN)

LONDON, Oct. 7.

A signal honour has been be-
stowed upon the Argentine foot-
all team coming to England in
May. They have been offered a
match in Wembley’s “hallowed”
Stadium.

This stadium is reserved for the
cup final, the England-Scotland
match, when it is played im Eng-
land and other national matches,
International soccer matches are
generally played upon one of the
larger club grounds, usually those
of Arsenal (Highbury), Totten-
ham Hotspurs (White Hart Lane)
or Chelsea (Stamford Bridge).

But on this occasion the year
of the Festival of Britain, the Ar-
gentine side will tread this lovely
smooth grass of Wembley turf—
perhaps the best in the world.

They will be the first foreign
side ever to have done so apart
from the Olympic Games Tourna-
ment and a wartime international
against France,

Originally it was intended to
play the game at Highbury but
this ground only holds 70,000 and
the Football Association later felt
that they could fill Wembley which
holds nearly 100,000, They almost
certainly will, for the reputation
of these Argentine players is very
high in Britain,

The match will be played on
May 9. a date which many soccer
fans have already put in their
note books.

Having watched international
sides in attion including the other
Sottth American teams like Uru-
guay and Brazil it will be inter-
esting to see whether the Argen-
tine claim, that they are the best
side in South America (they did
not play in the world champion-
ships in Brazil) is e¢orrect

Comparison will not, however,
be easy, because it will have to be
borne in mind that the Argentine
players will be performing in
stronger surroundings, perhaps
under conditions entirely differ-
ent from those under which they
have ever played before and in
front of an “opposition” crowd.

Wembley fans are, however, fair
and the visitors are assured of
their full share of the praise if
they warrant it.

Should the Argentines win, they
will be the first foreign team ever
to have beaten England on Eng-
lish soil, with the exception of
Eire. They will obviously be all
out to do so,-—-Reuter.





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Tom, who is called the “memory
man” by his colleagues, began his
collection in 1897 with a descrip-
tion of Blondin crossing Niagara
on a tight-rope.

“I was 10 when I was taken
to Ealing on my father’s shoulders
to see Blondin’s funeral.” Tom
French said to-day,

In another volume you will find
pictures of the “Gorgeous Gussie”
of 1900, a Mrs, Sterry, in the lat-
est tennis outfit—a long-sleeved
white jacket with high collar,
skirt down to the ankles and black
shoes and stockings.

London-Brighton Walker

Another page shows Mistin-
guett, one-time sweetheart of
France and now reputed to be
over 80, smiling for photograph-
ers on the day she insured her
legs for £25,000.

Tom has not only kept news-
paper cuttings of world events
and famous personalities. Since he
was a boy he has written a day-
to-day diary of his own life in
beautiful script.

He also has a 50-year-old record
of important sporting events.

Tom is a keen walker, and has
six times completed the London
to Brighton walk in 24 hours.

“IT kept myself fit these days by
cycling to work,” he says.

But he does not tell you that
his bieyele is as old as his mem-
sries—a renovated 1895 mod#l.

—LE.S.

Rifle Shooting
Today
There will be a practice Shoot)

of the Barbados Rifle Association |
o-day beginning at 12.30 o'clock.

Arthur Peall says:

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F viene Admits |
Russian |
Weight-Lifters|

PARIS, Oct. 6.

Nineteen weightlifters forming
the Russian team in the world
championships to be held here
next week have all been granted
visas to come to France, a Foreign
Office spokesman said today.

It had been earlier reported
from Moscow that their applica-
tions were rejected

—Reuter.







games open to-day at various

grounds.

FIRST DIVISION
k vs. College at the Oval.
Empire at je
Cariton at the Park
Police at Bank Hall
Police at_the Bay.

Pickw
Loege
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Kmopire vs
Wenderers ys
INTERMEDIATE DIVISION
Y.M.P.C. vs, Empire at Beckles Roatt

Windward vs. Wanderers at Congo
Road

Cable & Wireless vs. Pickwick . @
Boarded Hall,

Mental Hospital vs. Spartan at Black
k

SECOND DIVISION

Combermere vs. Pickwick at Comber-
mere.

College vs. Central at College
Feundation vs, Y.M.P.C. at Founda-
von

Regiment vs. Lodge at Garrison.
Cariton vs. Leeward at Carlton
Stumps drawn at 5.45 p.m

t
Following is the position of the

clubs to the end of September:—
First Div. Played Won Lost Won Tost Pts.





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SATl'rWAY. (KTOBRR 7. 1S0 BARBADOS ADVOCATi: r\.i niKi.r Magician Spits On Bullets HARROGATE Eng. Sinclair, an amateur English magician, caught a bullet tired from a British army rifle in Ms teeth and spat It out Sinclair. 39. performed his act at the annual Convention of the International Brotherhood of Magician* at Harrogate. Yorkshire Coutrtv. Similar nets haw resulted In the death of several magicians. Sinclair is the only performer in the world who uses an Army rifle for his trick. A* the result, a large arc WM toped off to ensure safely A committee chosen from the audience selected the round of 0.303 inch ammunition used in the art The round, triple-marked for Identification purposes, was loaded into the rifle by Sftflalr The rifle was fired by Captain Ernest Deuchar. 41-year-old British Army recruiting officer and a crack shot His Instructions from Simian V iralght .it mv leeth and keep your nerve The Up .Mil cause disaster" .],,, iw H > i'l.ls i ton Uir ritle was fired Sinclair held a target disc In front of him so that Deuchar •*** r!**" the rifle. Then he dropi disc and kept his hands at his i i. The impact of the built pugg Sinclair stagger forward yards. He recovered Da baasnea ai [pen spat It out. "It is • remarkable :> i commented Captain Deuchar. I cannot guess how it is done. The rifle kicked in the way it does when a real round of 0 303 ammunition is fired. I is no kick when a blank Is used. When I fired the bane; was as dirty as it would have been after firing a live round. A blank makes the barrel filthy." The audience committee also inspected the rifle after It was fired, and said, "We are satisfied Ihc bullet was fired." Said Sinclair: "A trick? Try to work out how it's done My claim is that no one will discover the secret until I tell it" I.N.S. y lztk-Qut ^ncmunttr Harbour Log In Carlisle Ba> ft Ark /it. Worn-, *.rt kllrr th R#m.iUl tt-IWc. ecu %  i Kill. • rt*i.i. s.1. *t-ti M*nd..l..t II V %  S*h Tuwothj A it Van \*i:i* gBja TrlnuliWl. ACV>U *' • Pi I—I Irani [o nil >ou (I little parliamentary ruse lhal shuuJti .ukc Mr. C/iim-hiM h\ .urpriie" London dpmi s*ni GETS IN HIS HAIR LONDON. Dvieat uf Winston ChUTC hUl' l censure motion on the Government's nationalization "' l *f l means longer hair for ani.-ni ton-ervative supporter Ernest White White vowed St the General Election last February that he would Hot have hi* hau cut niiiil the Socialists were thro* R "Ui ui office and a Conservative Government installed. Now a neat bob Is curling on White's shoulders. Said White: "I'll keep my word. The Cabinet are fifth columnists of the Kremlin, and 111 keep my hair until they are ontr —INS. DRUNK BEES LONDON. London Airport had a baptism of crazy flying when a swarm of drunken bees invaded the customs sheds. Porters. Customs men and passengers were all "butted" but had no casualties because the bees were too Intoxicated to sting. It all began when a passenger dropped and broke a bottle of cognac. Within seconds bees swarmed in and took their pleasure neat—and on the house. Landings became bumpier and bumpier as freah swarms diead in from the nectar rounds to Join the cognac copers. The party ended when porters who had waited until the bees fell to the ground in a drunken stupor, •mothered them with sand and linderwaler Fins May Stop Sea-sickness By GORDON HOLMAN UNSEEN ilua—thev rotate below the w at or line—ma v save Irish Channel passengers from seasickness during rough weather They are being fitted to one of •wo new Irish Mall vessels If thrv ore satisfactory in theirish Sea. which has strong crosscurrents, the second ship will be given under-water fins They are expected to keep the biggest roll down to three degrees. p. Ihe St. Germain, is to be bull", in Denmark When she Is i-uinpleted next summer, she will be the largest passenger Barry In the world, carrying 500. Passengers boarding trains in London, will be taken across Channel at 16 knots. The coaches will be run on t' the French rails and go direct to Puns The new ship will have four sets of lines running through practically the whole of her 380 ft length Above the trains, on the Promenade Deck, there will be a dining saloon and a garage for 25 Lost of three steam trawlers DUlH ban (Of tha Icelandic Government has been launched Who Owes Whom? ASKS CROWE The Weather TO-DAY Sun Rises: S.O a ra Sun Sets: 5.48 p m Moon (New) October 11 Llihtlng: 6.00 p m High Water: 12.M am. I It am YESTERDAY Rainfall < Cod r ins ton): Nil. Total for Month to Vestor day: .11 In. Temperature (Max.) B6.5 F. Temperature (Mln.) .0 F. Wind Direction: (9 a m I E. <3 p.m ) E Wind Velocity: ft miles per boar. Barometer: (9am) 29.929 (3pm) 29.851. :ater Fresh llsh wi'I be preserved In "cool" rooms. The ships can come in with fish-meal ready for landing. Plant in the trawlers will dry. grind and bag 25 ton* of fish every 24 hours. —L.tS. LONDON. Cecil Crowe of Purley, Surrey County, has little faith hi the British pound sterling note Since 1040, according to his calculations, he has lost $5,843 74 i earnings because the speiiiin.'g value uf the pound note ($2.80) has fallen |o eight shillings and three pence ($1 15) He intend* to claim il from the government Crowe blames the Government l> i the falling value of the pound and lag rising cost of living. He is lodging an appeal agnlmt -n order made at Croydon. London magistrates' court that ha must pay $21 income-tax arrears plus SI.S3 costs, within 14 days. Said Crowe after u0 hearing: "It Is scandalous the way ihd government have treated tha pound. KngiiMi money is a urement and it cannot be altered by a gang of people calling themselves the C-vi-nniH-m "I don't owe the government income tax The boot Is on the other foot They owe me money because | they have brought the value of the pound down to eight shilllnga and three pence. All taxpayers ought to challenge the government on this." Whan he was summoned at Croydon. Crowe told the magistrates: "11 is u fraud This sum you say I owe is based on the assumption that the pound today is worth twenty shillings, but Paihamen'. has stated thai tiie pound today l worth only eight shillings and three pence. 'They have two prices—one for themselves nnd one for His Majesty's subjects." The magistrates said they could rot accept as a "legitimate defence" Crowe's contention that the Government had reduced the value of the pound. Crowe then warned the magistrates he would appeal. — (J.N.S.) No More Help For Russia LONDON British gifts of medical supplier, to HuAsia, handled by a committee headed by Mrs. Winston Churchill, are scheduled to end within few weeks. The Committee announce.) !h*i practically all of the approximately $25 000.000 collected by the Aid for Russia Fund to Finance the medtcai shipments has bean used. The fund was started in 1941 INS. Across the Atlantic At 500 M.P.H.? LONDON. HI-. Hpable of crossing tha Atlantic and flying national routes at 500 m.p.h within a few year! are forecast by the British Ministry of Civil Aviation. II aaagfl i lain, sain the Mitn>tr\ report, 1949-50 th;n the next test yoars will sea the introduction nnd increasing powered aircraft with speeds up to 500 miles an hour The report listed the Berlin airlift at the outstanding civil operation during the period reviewed. In 22.04)0 successful flights a total of 147.000 ton* of supplns were flown into Uoilin by British civil aircraft Despite ihe need for economy the British nattonaUged airway* corporation:. m ; , an-m* %  I %  ., •* itetfi-i %  i'... %  tO *'"Mt Arab*. I PtMtn II %  Tr.Tra.i..t-4 M-i Sentence Passed End Of A War On Czech Spies PKAUl'E. 0*t 0 A BtaM Cotui in paaasad aaav) taaMacaa aa-dai on ,-ighi raanheaioTaaa lagiudliii one woman accused ol high Iraason and espionage. The> wan ..iies.,1 an IIJMasaras period of two years "under th. direction of Larwrano QaaVBi %  fgag g| the Itrituh ln%  nr until jesterdav British Vuv-Conaul In Bratislava left Chechoslovakia with his Czech wife at the request of the Cievh Government According to eviden. the proceedings which opened OB Monday and to the confession ol the t-min dafandantt who ;iii pleaded gtiilix Oat* had supplied them wm nnd i nihei c odag, rtvi I lions on collecting rnlhM economic infbtni ly about Czech war factories, ami r,-crulted a1 loaal two of th,. dr the British LONDON %  %  .'.39. will procedure and will have little legal Inportanca. rorolBi i rnee >poka*men i mi tha %  %  "i i" and *|U inuuple..i order in council." (Or* Council It will bcii) the oAda Jaxelle The i>n pi.ictical adect of tha action will be tn permit German individualor firms to take legal action again*! British, ii.ui* ,u individuals without obtaining the royal Itcanai i N s :> TW" Jefeinl.iiuin i uaod CoB H %  -,< %  hard %  %  %  %  i woman, got s< from 12 to 22 Man bard labour —Neuter. CHARS STUfFY NOSE $,/ c £ 0$0&9&/%/ 0 f fy ComfmT IN YOUR 1 C'CK. f! (Christian Seiente i < lit-ailiiiji liimiii J I "i AD JW rpj. Kinw ft. v'iailors Are Wefcone J End Rheumafism While You jleep Moi.n : 10 a sn — 2 pan. Tuesdays. Wednesdays. rrtdaja 10 a.m.—12 o clock Saturdayg. m . !" iu >— BJSU at ih* cstiiUM acM>oa M>t' %  fn: tad %  • %  !! as* fc. I'*>lpBi>B Hi %  > III I I--I i aiirtt taiui( ii* CII f>at *M~l: BUSStf •!-! I'IIII.I. SIMMI la iwa Mn *•! U %  tSSlwM) OwtTrie of ivaiih-aMirftitac. % %  • oi aniiii )M' •?•> %  i I Ulrngllwn. an lirx'vii traa I •i ll*IKaii* OM-tiiM StfHarsti SO MANOY l-ii%  B 1-'•: %  h ... w-tVa.l ilul i Ii in... bu| jmrJ.jW/. -onhlnn. I"g inr.li. it. ii r^^YTOUSI V, %  ta>af Vldsalnlaan righi into each i.iitl) in-iril in loin IVr i i he tn. 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PACE EIGHT BARBADOS ADVOCATE Commonwealth XI Score 344 — 7 WORRELL 87 BOMBAY, Oct. 6 West Indies Tesl nrketer Trunk Worrell, caotaintng the Commonwealth Touring learn, todav made thetr top-KWf of 87. against the Indian Board ol Control Pros*. n here. the side's second three-day match of the lour. Tha Commonor ; wickeu %  • hi' dose •<( th I Worrells st re o come from I" Mt dunni tl Half the Con tlj uut tor 22! when the Ausira T. WORRELL han Ken Grieves and Urucr Donlanri car and put on 105 In R2 nuuuio for wicket Ortevi and Dooland 58 The Indian pace bowler Shunglon, making the hall lift occasionally. rlnlm.- n In the match. — for the proper control of cycling in Trinidad and Tobago. Official representatives of eyrie clubs. therefore, cannot attsjnd foul meeting". The dispute arose when the Cyclist Union of Trinidad and Tobago, (a body formed by the majority of present cyclists apC licd to the National Cyclists' hion of Great Britain for affiliation, which was granted sometime in 1949. But on subsequent representations being made by the AAA, this affiliation wai withdrawn. The N.C-U. Instructed tho A.A A. and the C.U. get recommendations from the competent authorities of the Colony certifying which of the two should control the spor'. Meanwhile, the N.C.U. deckled to hold a cycling meeting August. 1950, and when the majority of cyclists signified their intention of taking part. the A.A.A. threatened those who Intended taking port with njspension from all lntcrniitlon.il games. The Cyclists' Union claimed that the A A.A had no authority to control cycling, ah they themselves were not affiliated tn the NCt' It Is clnimeH by the cyclists hare that tney were rapidly losing faith in the A.A A as It was purely an athletic body and was apparently ignoring their wishes. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 7, 1M B.B.C. RADIO PROGRAMME SATURDAY OCTOaUBS 7. j** T %  m Th* No-., tit is Now. AnaJmt. i I) i C>Mf Down IS 00 noon Tho Now*. II IS pi* Now. AnoJ.-W. II IS p m SolllaUo. 1I4J pei i >.i m >..--. i le om naelni Himlii I I. >i HoSlo Mvoorovl. 1 J* %  m Anything To Uocac 1 M L> n, %  i-., From %  fiialn. Ill v" 1 %  %  Tho Londoner Doom! Know. I M t> "i Hutu F.rMt M %  an Sf.Hi Ravi** 4 S* p n. Th* Slows 4 IB p m Tho DaRy Ser> vir II %  m HiriHp Up Th* Mmic. a OS p m Kir. Ooorpo VI Kukn. 9 IS, I' m Ptogr*mrr.o PatXlO. 1 SO p m \ VuW Tor Do'ring. p m Hondrr,„,, ni-Tf— r M p -., ti\r War O' '. Tho Wt.klv f w> p m The F •. T 1C Mi4..i. 1 1% p n> Bohinl -hi Km 1 %  •> m Wnllv Spoil. %  % %  a n oro. %  IM p m SUhSHa No-.rrri Bins Up 7 10 I* B p m i 4ft p m • fho Don ir ; HEALTH BENEFITS L-> • FREE FROM HARSH IMPURITIES • NO INJURIOUS AFTER-EFFECTS • SAFE IN ACTION Public Welcome For Christian* OEOROrTOWN. Oct. fl. A public welcome is arranged for Robert Christian! on his arrival home on Saturday. Robert will be welcomed at a functioi the Promenade Gaidens at which the Governor. Sir Charles W nolle* will make a welcome speech and presentations. Other prominent persons listixl for speeches include Justice K JR. L Ward, Messrs. W S Jog*M and O. 8. Wight The Gardens will be opened tu the public from p.30 to 0.30. The Militia Band will be in attendance. The Governor will arrive at 6pm Immediately after the D T.C. races. Later, the Cricket Hoard will entertain Robert as the guest of honour at a cecktail party at which The Board will nuke a presentation. Garden lions will Include a cheque from public subscription.MAN WHO NEVER FORGETS His Bicycle is as old as his memories IF voti want to know who wiu the liial man to fly the Channel .-r aboul any other biff event during the last 50 yoars, ask Tom French. 62-year-old driver of a Metropolitan Line train. As a check Tom refers to the 20-volume collection ot newspaper cuttings and diaries he keeps in his home at Brecon Road, Hammersmith, W. Argentina Will Play At Wembley (From VKRNON MORGAN) LONDON, Oct. 7. A signal honour has been belowed upon the Argentine foot^11 team coming to England in nny I hcv have been offered natch In Wembley's "hallowed itadlum. Thiv stadium Is reserved for the cup final, the England-Scotland match, when it Is played m England and other national matches. international soccer matches are. encrally played upon one <>f the 'arger club grounds, usually those ot Arsenal (ttfhburyl Tottenham Hotspurs (White Hart Lanc> or Chelsea (Stnmfmd Bridge) Bui on this occasion th,veiir of the K.Miv..i oi Britain, the Argentine side will tread this lovely smooth grn ..f Wembley turfperhaps the best in the world They will be the Hist foreign IMS svej .„ have done so apart rrom the Olympic Games Tournament and a wartime International iKainst France Originally it e/M intemled to play the game at Highbury bur 'his ground only holds 70,000 and the Football ASS-H iiitinn i.,ti f,;t thai the) could i II Wembley which holds nearly 100,000. They almost certainly will, for the reputation at these Argentine players is very Mffa in Britain. ..Th* match will be played on May 9 a date which many soccer fans have already put in Hielr note books Having watched International S Jes In artlun unhiding Ihe other nith American teams like UruBjuaj m.I llra/il it will he Interesting to "ee whether the Argentine rl.-um. thai UM) an the best ilde in South Am.-n,., (than ,iu| lot play in the world coampkn• MHll la correct ompanson will not. however, %  it will have to be borna m mind that the Argentine players will be performing in stronger Mirioundingt. perhaps under condition; entirely diffeient from those under which they %  evw |il,i>ed before und in from of an "opposition" crowd. Wembley fans are. bos i and the visitor ., %  .,, ,, their full share of the praise if they warrant it. Should the Argentines in. thev ill be the llrst foreign :• I i Men Eiiklami 00 I' llsh soil, with ttii. geepUon •>! Kire. They w,ll obviously be all i ut to do so. -Router. Tom. who la called the 'memory man" by his colleagues, began his (jllecUon In 1887 with a description of Blundln crossing Niagara on a tighl-ropc. "I was 10 when I was taken to Ealmg on my father* shoulders to sea Blondln's funeral." Tom French said to-day. In another volume you will find uictures of the "Gorgeous Gusale" of 1000. a Mrs. Stcrry, in the lalist tennis outfit—a loim-slceven white jacket with high collar. %  );irt down to the ankles and black shoes and stockings I. Ion. It, i-ht on Walker Another page shows MisttnPWttj uiic-lime swoethe;irt ol France and now reputed to be over 80. smiling for photographers on the f the Barbados little Association u-day beginning at 12 30 o'clock. Arthur Pmall saym : IT SOMETIMES PAYS TO HIT THEM HARD shot, UD the IsgTiaft p la aaa. aght anuun Uio nidi' CUUiIi um.i* %  > nit. you are i lutely to slrixs too hint, a I: ii I p li on wtiI and sboot L_ mpot red dead oontre. Bed doobles round, akssa Uio eoutlnumu HOP. KUr%>fK shown. Wall* runs thmuu.'i snd toiioes red'. raVM : f 'ini "l Uaif tlicdlsutaco. That lesTea red D•bia d tho ...grouped MOT baulk, with i sholttiod by blnek. 1( thrr I—i ton tie aliot. with Hie Muni ," %  %  : %  l"i id liso to hear about 1W Theyll Do It Every Time WHEN THE W-.AWS STAY FOZ A WBE< EMD AHD EAT ENOUGH BOR A WEE< •• New Series Of Cricket Games To-day COLLEGE HEADS TABLE THE Fifth Series of Ki st and TnU'i mediate division crick* gftJMf -"i( Second Division pen to-day ;^t vurum i munds. France Admits Hnssiaii Weight-Lifters PARIS. Oct 0 ,w N "l etw welghtlirters formlrig the Russlun team in the world championships to bo held here i week have all been granted is to come to Prance, a Foreign Office spokesman said today. It had been earlier reported horn Moscow that their replications were rejected —Reuter. K'nplro ut LodSO m it tho ParR Pnlli* .1 Bonn Hill rv. 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ELECTRICAL REninniATOK On* I|I • CubMIt C. males Shelvador Ib-f n great oi 'Alum coal One >ll Yaw old in perfect eon diiKin. Four 14 p u n "llI remalnlw on guarantee Phone 444.7 1 10 50 In U IHli.tPlATUH OrdOT Any lanon accepted For pan One Norge In good .blc offer will br ".111. Photic 2130 1 10 f"i *n WASHING MACIUNF. Otic (a--. "... Ea*y Sp.ndrler Waihlng Machine "Jllh automatic cplnHnar Tnl* machine hn. never bran uerd OHIMI leaving Colony Contact W B. Hulrhlnaon At Co. Dial 44M l.hl.Oa—•. MECHANICAL One hand operated BACON SUCINC; MACHINE Apply B. V Soil Co Lid Whlteparh II • JO— t.f i. RECORD CHANCEHS Aulonutlr %  < Canard, from 130 TO to $94 M, while Inc; u.i A BarnoB Co Lid Dial 34* LIVESTOCK PUBLIC mu ES NOTICE —The COTTAQC G1TT SH1IP AM Irvine their CHRiSTMAS opemri, oi Friday. I3ln Ociobrr neat froai f am to 4 p m Cracker*. Xmn tre PMHitkai. rhlldf—'a annuaia, in ley. Alau .. vary pM (election in London. The investigation is being conducted because the CuivfriiTiu-iil wrfn;.%  general picture of Ihe spending and standard ..I living of different families. Each of the housewives has ^ bean nol a letter and a book In 1 which they are asked to note day. to-day expenses for a mtk, including all bill!* paid. 1 These fact* will 1M> collected and the results of the FBirvasj "ill ba I'ublished next year. I The letter sinned b) uf the Sun-ey, L. Muss, says: | "We realize of course, that we jrc asking rather a lot of you and 1 i>ther families we are writing to. j Keeping a complete record of one's spending take* both time | and trouble. V j hope that you will be willing co I your help." "All Information will hfJ i treated as confidential," a momI ber of the Social Survey staff arid. "Past experience has shown that people are willing to ;m%  ^lions about their %  pandj'iiiX" -I .v.v IfMrrla.**. Hamk < On...... MIII <<• %  •• %  >• .1 \iiil 0i-r*•';•••) %  % % %  > %  —. rl I IL Ml ill I \i HANOI i Ol Ml H RAltl -I1IIM. IOMDON ail IN.. 4>Ie* aoDav. Riht 4 TXB 00 .. 4-THa rentiai treatment Jar Bananas at the CTrW Mln 1 (Mln tl iCablr Coupon IIMO Bank of Enaland |Mm -IkNotoa 4 TO ttH *ORR, Bj Chaaiue* on Banker. :oi ui>. Sight >n D-ni*iid Draft. TO 4 10-. pr Tl ia-i pr Cable m atioaaf oa-i pi. .... 0B 4 10pi Mi pr. tar-, pi CANABA al 10". pr ChrqiHra on Bankrios 0 10^. pi Draft. M Sl|hl Draft* MS 10% pr ill RMJ p. cable %  in pr Currency 4 10-. pr Coupon* Si T la*, pr N pr *i|,„ ia-1 p> tsria i i ONIAI i" Daeaawl ',". dlar I Mm 19c i Mln Mr M pr Cable %  | -Wc> Coupon* I*.". <1i*c SHIPPING NOTICES I I At IIMII -li IA*0 Hoi. iiMirrn •TAN/. LDtBi %  %  Tii:.r II %  ..'UCERTOf MU| Freeman%  .p AMpual llrt. Adelaide Sapton^rer llih, navaaajBR aaptrmbe. 1Mb. MaBteuma Jid. s.dnrv tain %  epieatbei. SfJ al n*r—eli l %  •• ample apace I— %  • xepted .m lliri.i: "' %  i Titnid*: Briih Oman*. Wind. I *d laaward lalaada • rij-tncr particular* app *rTMY a CO LTD, Trinidad. B W 1 and DA COSTA i, CO. tafjj Barbsatoa, II I l'|i|'l>mv Bull Maalifl. on* mala am two female*. aKcailaiit breedlns JitI'OP 00. Call Mrs K D Edward• 1U. : in vi /l-ttpl'IKS Male hull T-i %  ... I1ii 7 waaauold 04 00 and n oo a*H> Apply *Amieirf". Upper Rrlmonl Rd TURKEYS 1 White Turkaya II cock*. 1 hem tor breeding; purpoea For parilctilars Dial oatt. • 10 BO—In MISCELLANEOUS MEN'S SHIRTS — l^rsast of Men'* Shlrta In town All -naauiANCE" all Guaranteed all attractively prK-ed If for any reeaon your •hlrt dlapleafei you. It can ba returned to u> al no coat whatever to you ROYAL STORK, High Street MOM 4" SHIRTS Heafly.Madr and made lo measure. Shirt* ordered ran be delivered within 3 hour*. Fit and quality fully guaranteed Reliance Store. High St 0 00— In FOR REIVT Ft/iWEit iirw. Maiweii ci>.i.' Fullv Furnlaned. 3 Bed lloaai %  and all Modern Convenlencea. Telephone, Fridge. Radio. Oarage. Servant*' Room*. and large apace for KiKhen Garden linenand Sliver if required Enquire neat door Hilton Maxwell Road vil I.. OONSALVES. 110 50.—4n. Guerillas Attack Publk Ollirial Sak French Outposts SAIGON, Oct. 6. The French Army announced to-day that several battalions of Vietminh guerillas were attacking small French outposts at several points along Ihe 38 mile sector on the frontier with Communist China near Langson The section Involved is 40 miles b*>tWMB Ijingson and the outpost 130 miles north of Hanoi. Attacks concerted but not on a large scale were evidently deMlined ti> harass the French %  in evacuating Caobang gaVrltOn about 2Ti nlkM northwest of Tha Khc One t.mall French outpost or. the Tha Khe-Langson sector has .•ithdiawn to another position -.> by guerillas in which evcriil arflfgj kil]l An army spokesman said that evaluating Cw bang, the garrison of Ifasj ranign Legion Moroccan Vietnamese troops, had now marched behind, covering far from Tha Khr wblcti was occupying 4attKMn position). They War* still encnuntetin | Vietnam reslrtaiii i The iipoltfaTmnn also reported Increased guerilla attivitv 7S miles from SoiK< (The Provort Marahal't Act 1004 .io*-ni %  ON FRIDAY the 11th day of OcWber IM*). %  ihe hour of 1 o'clock In the afternoon will be *old at my office •• %  Ihe highrit bidder for any um not under the appralaed value AH that certain place of Land containing by admeasurement O.aOti Square Feet ittuale In the pariah of Chrlit Church at NAVY GARDENS butting and bounding on land* of Egbert Welch, of Mia Carol on a private road called Neiaon Ku^d. and on another private road called Venl nor Road together with the masauage or Dwelling Hou** thereon caileo "Radcourt" Building*. Or., appralwd afollow* —The whole property appraiard to THREE THOUSAND AND FlPrv POUNDS <*3.l>00. Attached from WHEVMAN ARNETT QRIFTITH (a* and toward* %  atiataction *c N B -9S*. Depoall lo be paid on d*y •. I purchaar T T HEAI'UV Provoat Marih*! SS.t S0-*n IM ill it KAXES AUCTION UNDER THE SILVER HAMMER ma of IJoVda Agn TUESDAY loth Street .i Mart, U liaji ItrM 1 English JHSIBI. 40 leather Bag*, 1 Waah Baaln*. U Tina Baking Powder. 1 Car U.I Sale 11 30 o'clock Term. Caah HKWhlK I HIM 1 \\ % CO. Auulli.l 11 : %  !' T io -an REAL ESTATE A WALL. HOUSR Wllh .hop al %  lachad. wator and electricity inrlalied gj Holherial Turning Apply to F K Bryan. Old Poat Office. Market Hill, or Cuthbert Thome. Pa.lure Road. Hank Hall B A-i HOUSEDouble roof ih i rig led house, ahed roof .Itarhad. *ttu*tad at li Thomaa For inap George lloui after i r of I ae-sn ENTLlIl'ltl-Sr. HOUSE ..i-l landln irial Chui out buildc*t land in iiuac MandEntarprue. Iha above SPACIOUS OFFICE Marhlli Sir TANGLIN Benchmom. October onwarda. monthly i :i double bedroom* wllh ini children* nwm. | gOfaMB r olherwl— |r Simmjai' %  is rinsnwi r hereby wai The publk* ai %  nving credll to my wiie r** !" -" — URA*niWAlTE inae BeaHeyi ... I do not hold myself repnn*in:r lor her or any tne else rontrnrtuig nVV debt or debt* signed hv me S,d | AUlFJtT nRATllWAITI. Bearcrofl Road Carrtnclon'a Villa*-, SI Michael T 10 SO-*n i.i llina ing on T acraa or land a thrill Church, adioinina; Tr.ent loned pramlae* The iihuve mentioned premlaea will b*ei up for tale by Mr*. Luca* Enquire on Preniliea J 10 JO—On GLXNCOE." Corner of Kemlngton New Road. Fontabelle. The Houae taina 1 Cloaed Gallery, 1 Drawing and Dinina Room. 1 Bedroom*. Kitchenette, toilet and Bath S.JD0 aq n of land I are aaveral Coconut and Bread Treea in tha yard, also a Oarage Mil S I0,ie--Sn LAND Aboul II.O30 ind al NAVY OA! -li-.i.. I HDENS. for building irt Rocki inoar OoU Club) Apply lei I_.*hle>> UnUtrU T.10W 4n It tsc> Demand Mln.Cable luda NoteMM ... H-apea 0Hc abair Bale* art .ableet I* Ihr Weil India and H' -.4"the IV. utl.xJtm Aulhonti jrcc<|u ; PI*] -an .of* nmuVri' gH~ %  i.) g*n4naj BalH fo* Ibc I .lie* • %  -Il kinds -! t-cnciii I.. haee the adr** JIII\ mg at the laigcot o uiaiku in ibc •. %  ) Liuikii li, ..!., a 1 %  %  -.'.TJ ~ The M V Cailbbee" W1U ae cept cargo and paaaanger* for Daaalatca. Antigua. M Narta and t Km. fkaaaral Friday Oth Tha M V 'Daer-.ood -i 1 ...ia. at" VbJkrani and Aruba Sailing Thurtlav Oct StM B W.I.. SrhaMrper Ownefa Aaaa. (Ig*e>. Tel. No. 4047 jg^ HARRISON LINE OUTWARD FROM THE UNITBD KINGDOM %  iLOOIffl S S -UJiYIX'REST*' KXION STAR" S S HKl'rMUli I \>:\. S S WTTULtT Pron Liverpool Liverj>ol |*OOd0R UvagjaajQl & i ilasgow Leaves .loth • %  gal 10th Oet zoth i vt 25th Ocl Dao lUitiadoMth Oct %  Mh Nov %  hippcn. •Trnbuliars the compr.-heii.ivc irrna .-afcsed b* thel'.L.A.. I 'iiicmadonaj MLSCELLANEOIS Proof ReaJtng. Typl... efnclenlly and quick I; I OOODINO — T. ORIENTAL (ARTICLOS) GOODS! TRIOS. JFWKLUF.RY. SILKS IIIA.M-S I IT. Wm. Hr. SI DIAL MM 28th Oi't IlUt N.~ HOMEWARD FOR THE WSTTBD KIH0D0M Vwl For 010.M In BirbUloa SS. -MOONCRKST,.u,... lOlh OiloWr For fuithcr Informatlo. apply Iiir t'rer*/ Ihif/ Tmilvi Lotion . •eV AVI Til HELf gUAI-lTIED SHIRT MAKTJta Apply B.ll.in. Shit. r.clwT M t.... nil OLENE 'Cooling and Hrfreahlng aa a Breath of Spring*' The Manufacture of Umolrne. finds work for Fellow Barbadians IB lo 7c. at Your Ikealer <.o\i IIA>IIM NOTICES Attention Is drawn to Ihe Control of I'n.o (Defence) (Amendment) Order. 1950. No 31 which will be published in the Official Gazette of Monday, 2nd October. 1850 2. Under this order the rBdkKhnum retail wiling price or '-Gasolene" is as follows: — ARTICLE RETAIL PRICE (not more than) Gasolene Ml i-er gallon ATole:—Owing to a rise in the bask costs ;md fnmlil rales on petroleum products the price of gasolene has had to be Increased —1.10.50—2"SALE OF (RAFT. MACHINERY ETC. AT ll.M. DOCKYARD. BERMUDA. Following the decision to close MM. Dockyard in Bermuda, a %¡ umber of vessels, including lugs, tenders, barges and MlMM mil cellaneous small boats .and u considerable nmount of machinery an.l equipment are to be sold in Bermuda. Purchase will be on a lender basil. It is considered that the vessels and machinery available are too numerous and varied to sell in Bermuda alone. 2. Thll floating stock is listed in a schedule which is available to interested persons for perusal at the Colonial Secretary'g Oflke. Barbados, 7.10.50—2". NOTICE HARRAtX)* .-... IN THE ASSISTANT COURT OF APPEAL 1* Workmen'* Companaatlon Act. 1*49 Notice I* hereby given that Cleveland By nor of Neai KingtUnd Silvei Hill, ChM*t Church employed by Meal. J N Herrlman Co Ltd % %  a Ser vlcemon al Seawall Airport was rur. over by a CotorpHlar Tractor at "ioa e-named uecea.ed are hereby required lo appear at •he AaaWtant Court of Appeol on Wednesday the Iglh day of OMoi-r ItflO at 10 o'clock a m. r>*te.i IM* 5th day of October lso | V G1LKFS Ag Clerk A C A T to so In IJoUOlT LICENSE NOTICE The applaratton of Walter hnvta. nolder ,.f Liquor UOSasairfo 503 nf I960 g'an'ed 10 JoKphlno Andrew. In reapeet of a hoard and ahinajle -hop with ahed .'tarhed at Lower Garnet Street, si Michael, for permbaaon to nap "aid :-quor Ucanae ax at wio H*SU0l isair Garnet Street. St Mkhart Dated Ihla Mh day of October l*> l.. i: A Metaxin F*nr Police Milianip Plat A "^ Signed F. HAHfUei for Applicant N B.-Thl. appUcotion wtil be r**v Mdered at a Uranauag Court 'o be l.eld - Pollca Court. DirU-Mi -A oniMonIhe 10-h day rat October. 10S at l.ANli Ai Road View. St Petei oi me UM where there i* aale and exeat lent %  aa-balhing. I* 1X000 aquare fee of land wllh .ufnclent m fronta-e to allraetlva Al Ballevtlle itooe -quarr feet of land At Quick'* Tenantrv. Tweedeld* Road. 1040 aquara feet oi land Apply lo U An v A Scott. Midbifine Lan* 7 10 10—Sn LYNSTED-Plawly built n Navy Garden %  .tending lejuara feat of land Apply to Reverend W impact Ion any day from 4—I :ept Sunday* Telephone No Bungakx 11 i E A MclJTOD. PO.IC. ItagaSWt.^W-^-llonill LICENSE NOTICF The I u. land MU "MARYVILLE." Black Rock ( g, dknmg. -ill .rig. 1 beUm." aTVaatO room, and lanre garage. •nveniencea Apply Maaai* Cam : Scaly. Luca. Street or Phone NRW nUNOA!X>W Ruin of Basel Stone 1 bedroom*, wllh wa*h baunclecirlc light and running water withn. Handing on I.DOO i> 1\ wall encmerai Bltualad *t Worthing, near Golf Club Apply: Norman Alleyne. '•Amitv Lodge' For further particular* dial IIS* iioio on PRDPKRTY TT.ai dealrable pmpeit known aa MUII al Haimont Road, ne* lo Ihe School*. Church and Brldgetowi Tb* houae which u in perlact order h aallerv. Drawing and Dining Room Hreealj-t rooti three ftaalljotn Klrehalt. W.ner toilet and Ball. 1%. HI pi mill I Appl> lp D-Af i A Proti. Magarme Lane T.ta t-li The under.laned 1U al up for *ali at ihelr OrBce. No II High Street Bridgetown, on Friday the 11th dy of October, at 1 p.m. Tha asaaauaa* or D*-nimghou*e mm Ing on 1^3 aajuara feet of land %  Upper Roebuck Street, above the Mori vian Chapel In.pect.on on application to Mr Branch, at the Joiner'* Shop opposite any day eacept Sunday. For further particular* and condition* HAVE YOU GOT A | COLD or COUGH | IF SO TRY BROWNE'S CERTAIN COUGH CURE The Unique Ram. Cold*. BronchiiHoaraenea*. Bloa Whooping Cough. Cheat and Lun Sor. Throat, ** rhlal A.O.in.. >: Dtaraee of tha V *. a*c ate J C. CARLTON BROWNE niiwlrauil. *> Retail DrugM ;, 13a. Reekack 8Dial Mil g e *^.*.e.' +l<•/** %  •***• ****** WE CAN SUPPLY Browr Polao Blrda Jeu— Tina Patant Iiailey Need Barley .. Neetea -' -*-...! ., Duff* Cuotard FPWdei Pineapple Jam Pineapple Juice Tomato Soup Tin. On la 11 Soup Each* lot par lb STUART & SAMPSON LTD. .Vcir mill Ki-ni-ia-il I I 1900 granled to OaaUrev ,,-epe.t of No 0T Roebuck Street. Clly. *M permi..c-n to ua* *aM Liquor Llcanaa Ac at "i* bottom Soor of a 1 atortnaU building at Bay Street, comer of Becklaa Road. St Mk-hael Dated Ihla 4th daof October. 1*00 lo E A MaUBOD taqr Police MaglBtret*. DUv %  A gOgned a MURHHI. for Applicant N B —Thl* application will be con Mdered at a Ucenalrag Court lo be held el Police Court. Dtatrtrl "A", a* Monggar. the l*h day of October. t* a' il o'clock, a m B A MctXOD. Police gtagaafjaak DW \ 7 10 tt-in %  AT MONEY SAVINU Ba gifa it-i led Vanitie. and Dreeing Table.. '""' m 4 me. Fun panci/ed -i.d i.nlr.1 H a**aca*a*j u-.-.-%  robe*. Linen Preaer* and Chettara> Lvawrra Moirla Horaeback. str. mimed %  '..ight-lined SUI.ea and eparale pleiea. Uergrre. Tub and Ruah Suite* and *aperal pier*. Upright and Armchaara. Dp.lnS. Luncheon ana Kitchen Table*. China, Kitchen aiaS loom Cahin-t. — DESKS in aaveral me*. (Ut %  loping top*. Single and Don] Heavy-dgty Chain I OAI COOKFR* hey are laM rlabt FOR THE HOME THAT PREFERS THE BEST ONE ONLY LEFT L.S.WILSON IhAl'Al/JAR ST <01LLTTI0\ 0! RENTS. 1 beg lo notify the ('•> %  I'.,! Public that I have added to my business r rent collecting department, and shall be glad to undertake the collecting of all rents whether small or great. Strict attention will be paid to all. D'ARCY A. SCOTT. Magazine Ijine. Dial 373 BAt ESTATE If you are Inti selling or buvlng pr>.; %  House%  D Ar" i on INS inn i. s i mil s You'll enjoy (liese REAL SCOTS BISCUITS halted in Bonnie ^rotland at the BOHMM BIS. uit Bakery. Glawtow, where good biscuits have come from for ovei 90 years. Atk fur thi'Mp favourite* I it-day : I Empire <.inr' K I SCRIBBANS-KEMP LTD. ri1 WYLLIE, BARR & ROSS LTD Sole Aoenli n P. Che* i Co Ltd. P.O. Boi 17S Brtdgotown THE STANDARD VANGUARD &*.j-4Pmv* SBI KAM1I.Y CAK—POPULAR EVERYWHERE 68 h.p. 6 sealer saluon THE STANDARD 12-cwt. PICKUP THE 8TANDAHD DELIVERY VAN The h.-sl value in Iheir class to-day. See Iht'in al • • CHELSEA OARAOE (1950) LTD Ar^nu. Tr.flr KM




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October
1950

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U.N. FORCES READY





“Free” Dollar Stops

Salt Fish For Trinidad

GOOD STOCKS IN STORE

HALIFAX, Nova Sc
SHIPMENTS of salted fish to T
West Indies, have been suspended, pending

sotia, Oct
rinidad, Britisl

6





clarification of the situation resulting from Man

ada’s decision to free the dollar, Halifax exporters

reported to-day.

The new exchange rate automatically increas:

he

cost of Canadian fish to soft currency areas by about fis

European competition may force exporters to take

the loss in order to hold their markets, one source said

per cent.



Vienna Strike
Ends

VIENNA, Oct. 6.

Interior Minister Oskar Helmer |
teday blamed “Cominform agents”
for organising thé strike in Austria
which ended suddenly last night.

The Government issued a dec-
laration thanking the people for
“defending their country by their
courageous attitude, and proving
to the world that Austria will
never become a People’s Demo-
cracy”. Life in Vienna returned
to normal to-day after two days
of havoc.

Leaders of the strikers’ “action
committee” suddenly ordered the
men back to work last night but
to-day a spokesman threatened
“new action”, They had originally
called for a general strike from
Tuesday midnight in protest
against the Government's revision
of wages and prices. Only about
50,000 of the country’s 1,500,000
workers obeyed the call.

Helmer declared that the strike
had not been a matter of wages
and prices but had “involved the
existence of the republic’.

Cominform agents had again
tried to sacrifice workers for their
own ends to bring chaos inte
Austria’s economic life and lay
the foundations of a “People’s
democracy”.

The Common Good

‘Sleps saust now be taken to
show certain elements that com-
mon good comes before their
profits,” he added.

Political observers believed that
the sudden collapse of the strike
was largely due to the withdrawal
of Russian support. But they did
not know why this had been with-
drawn at a time when strikers
were still able to cause much
trouble.

The Socialist Party has called
a “freedom demonstration” for to-
morrow in the square in front of
the Vienna city hall, where strik-
ers leaders held a rally on Tues-
day.

To-day 10,000 workers and
tradesmen met in Vienna in the
Soviet zone to protest against
Communist actions in the last few
days.

On the main square of Hienet
Neustadt, the crowd heard Minis-
ter of Justice Tschadek denounce
the “terrorist acts of the Com-
munists” .

He and other speakers declared
that a ‘great victory for demo-
eracy” had been won.

It was decided to send a dele-
gation to the local Russian
Commandant to protest against

the Soviet order that Wienet
Neustadts Vice Mayor should
leave the city. —Reuter.



CLOCK CATCHES THIEF

STOMER, Northern France, Oct. 6.

A musical clock playing Ave
Maria led to the arrest of a thief
and receiver here. The thief stole
the clock from a local church and
passed it on to the receiver, who
was carrying it off in a bag when
it started to play. Children heard
it and told the police.—Can. Press.

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e

® Sele nineties

JOHN GODDARD'S two-year-o
brought 0 from England

There

were no reports of can
e¢éllation of orders to other West
Indian colenies, all heavy; nye
of Canadian fish and varicr
other products. But a despate!
from Georgetown, British Gi
said on Wednesday that the «
is expected to suffer as a result
Canada’s move.

The Trinidad market for about
200 gross tons of dried fish
menth from Nova Scotia w c
orted to have good stc
and,

Fishermen were not expected i
feel the effects of the move imme
diately since most of this year’
catch has already been markeied

—Reuter.

‘Peace Jacket’
For Truman

ROME, Oct. 6

An Italian “peace jacket’
President Truman will soon be
sent to the White House in Wash-
ington wrapped in tissue paper,
and tied with ribbon covered with
olive leaves, the Italian weekly
newspaper Europeo reported to-
day.

The white jacket with two
doves, holding olive leaves
embroidered on the breast pocket
was made by Professor Antonio
Santomauro well known Turin
tailor, Europeo reported.

It is his wish to present the
“three most influential men in the
world today” with “peace cloth-
ing”,,the paper said. He has already
presented the ‘Pope with a “peace
mantle”.

As soon as President Truman's
jacket is on its way, Professor
Santomauro will work on another
jacket for Stalin.



Binns
for

—Reuter.



Britain Wants
1,000,000 Tons Of
Russian Grain

LONDON, Oct, 6
Britain has sent a special envoy
to Moscow to try to buy at least
1,000,000 tons of badly needed
coarse grains from Russia,

Informed sources disclosed on
Friday that Britain has been ‘buy-
ing most coarse grains, barley,
corn and oats from Russia rather
than from the West in order to
save dollars.-—Can. Press.



Aussies’ Exchange
Rates Unchanged

CANBERRA, Oct. 6.

Prime Minister Robert Menzies
declared in a nationwide broad-
cast today that no change would
be made in Australia’s exchange
rate,

He was outlining the Govern-
ment’s steps to combat rising
prices in Australia.

Menzies said that a »roposal to
cushion the effect of the extra-
ordinary expansion of Austré jas
wool income would be announced
in the budget next week
—Reuter.



id Boxers, “King of the R





1

terday afternoon,

| Skipper
Returns

MR. JOHN GODDARD, Captain
of the victorious West Indies team

arrived yesterday afternoon at
Seawell by B.W.1.A,. from Trini-
dad via Grenada. John told th
“Advocate” that they were given

another terrific reception in
Trinidad and he was very glad to

be home again with his family
He was met at the airport by
his father, Mr. J. N. Goddard

his wife and three of their daugh-
ters, Michelle, Mary and Margaret

Kiel Canal
Workers Strike

HAMBURG,
The wages strike of
waterways employces to-day ciip-
pled the West German waterways
vstem, Pilot service the Elbe
yetween the North Sea and Ham-
burg was
The Transport
said that all locks

Oct, 6,



on

cul tO a skeleton,
Ministry
in north

here
and

Fe services stopped

| Europe's largest lock, Hinden
burg Lock at Anderten near Han-
over was closed.,.

traffic
which links
the Baltic,
Ministry to
again,

| Pilot service on the Elbe
also resumed to-night with
; emergency service

on the Kiel canal
the North Sea with
was reported by the
be almost normal

But

was
an

| Most crew members of the four
; “Elbe” lightships In the German

{bay have been returned at their
;own request to Cuxhaven on the
Eibe estuury. Remaining guards

will keep ships working, a Minis-
try spokesman said, Ports of Ham-
burg and Bremen were not affect-
ed by the strike. .

The Chairman of a Transport
Trade Union here said to-night
that it was the Government’s fault
ii shipping in West Germany wa
tied up.

But West German Labour Min-
ister Storch placed responsibility
on the Transport Union

Shipping firms here accused the
union of jeopardizing trade with
ibroad.

rransport Minister Seebohm to-
day appealed to the strikers to re-

ime work at once.—Reuter.

‘THE SKIPPER'’S DOGS



26,000 }

- HOME AT LAST

SKIPPER JOKN GODDARD, pictured here with his father, wife and family at Seawell airport yes-
shortiy after he arrived from Trinidad by B.W.LA.

U.N. Reject R

ussian Motion

Inviting North And S. Koreans
To Talks On Korea’s Future

FLUSHING MEADOWS, Oct. 6.

The United

Nations Assembly

to-day rejected the

Soviet motion to invite both North and South Korean re

presentatives to take part in





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MR. GRANTLEY ADAMS, M.C.P.
—returned from Canada yester-
day afternoon.

ADAMS
RETURNS

Mr Grantley Adams, M.C.P.,
Leader of the House of Assembly,
returned from Canada yesterday
afternoon by air via Puerto Rico,
Trinidad and Grenada,

Mr. Adams was a member of
the Fancy Molasses Enquiry Com-
mission which lef, Barbados about
i month ago for Canada, Sir John
Saint, Kt., one of the delegates, is
due back this morning by T.C.A,

The other delegate, Hon, J. D.
Chandler, M_L.C,, will be remuain-
ng on in Canada fora short time
Mr. E. Deane acted as Secretary

for the Commission

Mr. Adams told the “Advocate”
that during their stay in Canada
they had covered over 3,000 miles
by car, visiting the towns and vil-
leges where molasses was sold
Their visit had been very strenu-
ous. “About the only form of re-

laxation, if you could call it
such,” said Mr. Adams, “was ad-
miring the surrounding scenery

as we drove from one town to the
other.”
It was too early, he coniinued,

to say anything definite about
their findings, but he added
smiling, “Without boasting, I
think I can truthfully say that
the four of us know more about
molasses than any other human
being in Barbados!”

Mr Adams travelled from

Trinidad with Skipper John God-
dard; during their stop in Gre-
nada en route, John was sitting in
the Waiting Room for quite some-
time, when suddenly someone re-
eognised him. “Then there was a
general rush for autogrepns.”

discussions on Korea’s future.

The resolution reiterating Rus-
sia’s attitude was defeated by 41
votes to 6 with six abstentions. The
Council was to consider a plan fot

br@a’s tuture which its Political

ommittee endorsed on Wednes-

Ang

he Committee approved the
eM “Of the resolution on Korea
sponsored by Britain and seven
other nations, and rejected that
proposed by Russia and her sup-
porters.

The eight power plan provides
that all constituent steps should
be taken including the holding of
elections under United Nations
auspices for establishing a unified,
independent and democratic Gov-
ernment in Korea

It also provides for a new United
Nations Korean Commission to
supervise the economic and poli-
tical reeovery, and for all appro-
priate steps to ensure stability
throughout that war-torn country

Assembly President Nasrollah
Entagam, Persia, today called on
Thors of Iceland as Rapporteur of
the Political Committee to present
its report on Korea,

Kenneth Younger, British dele-
gate, said that all who had voted
for United Nations responsibility
in Korea should accept the eight
power plan as the “first step to-
wards restoring to Korea its unity,
sovereignty and independence at
the earliest possible moment.”

Korean Unity Planned

Younger said military operations
in Korea were solely to fulfil these
purposes and would not go beyond
that,

“Tf anyone outside still harbours
any doubts on what I have just
said, if the Central People’s Gov-
ernment of China or any other of
Korea’s neighbours still fear that
United Nations forces might carry
hostilities further or remain in
Korea longer than these limited
objectives demand, I give them
my solemn assurance as one of
the powers whose forces are now
in Korea that their fears have no
foundation,”

Younger said that the Soviet
resolution rejected by the Political
Committee contained superficial
resemblances to the eight-power
resolution, but was far removed
from it in purpose and effect

it was based on an interpreta-
tion of events in Korea, contrary
to evidence and experience

Younger proposed that Thailand









be added sik member state
which have signified willingness
to serve on the Commission pro-
posed in the eight-power resolu-
tion

The six are Australia, Chile,

Holland, Pakistan, the Philippines
and Turkey.

“The General Assembly will see
that members of this Committee
are well distributed over the face
of the globe with appropriate
strong representation on the con-
tinént of Asia,”’ he said

Reuter.



Vargas Leading
Brazil Elections

RIO DE JANEIRO. Oct, 6
First official figures releaseo
by the Superior Electoral Tribu-
nal gave the following results of
the President election Varge
36,393, Machado 19,182, Gomes

19,179, Mangebeirg 21
The Official counting however
was believed to be far from ex-

pressing the real situation. The
pro-Vargas press and radio at
3.30 p.m. today announced that

the former dictator polled 678,142



| ° votes, Gomes 318,005 Machado
| FISHY TAIL PIECE 223.491 and Mangabeira 1,080.
| The Brazilian news agency which
| CAPETOWR, is More objective g¢ the fol-
i Fist contests are jllegal now} lowing result irrultaneously
} n South Africa by} Vargas 418,238, Gome 190,351

Minister of Justice C R.{ Machado 106,777 Mangateira

—Reuter

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hold of Wonsan.
Rearmament
OF BRITAIN

LONDON, Oct. 6

enéral MacArthur





WASHINGTON reports tha
the United States officials have cross into North Korea,
tole Britain “no free dollars for
i term British rearmament’
: : eect, according to a —
usvvlly reliable source here, ‘

: Tee » =

A Foreign Office spokesman Victory Over Re ds
ovay reiused to confirm or ;
deny reports, but the Americar Due Largely
view was believed to have beer T B — i F
eommunicated to British official 5 4 ‘es
ah Washington. These are havine 0 ritis A wawee
iiateral talks on American aic

) short term high priority ~-MacARTHUR

arms programme of Atlantic Pac’ TOKYO, Oct, 6

Gevernments which is alread: General Douglas MacArthur
underway. The British state- | U.N. Commander in Korea said
ment o1 rearmament plans sen ist night that the British forces
to President Truman last Augus | aad played a large part in the
Was geverally understood to hav ictory over the Communists, He
asked America for about £500] vas replying to a message of
000,000 to assist with the Britis! ongratulation from the British

of
three years

expenditure
ever

£3,600,000,000 ‘hiefs of Staff which read: “We

end you our warmest congratula-



In usually wel] informes ions on your brilliant victory
quarters here, it was believec Ve have admired not only the skill
that £500,000,000 assistance ask-| “ith whieh you have conducted
ed for from Washington was the | ‘" extremely difficult rearguard
total of requested American aid ir | ction against great odds over
all forms and not the total o nany anxious weeks, but equally
uch aid in free dollars. he bravery and tenacity with

A Tieasury spokesman deniec |] vhich forees under your com
reports that there had been any] nand have responded to your in
retusa] by Americans to gran spiring and untiring leadership
tree dollars ‘We believe that the brillian

“Time tor decision on these ronception and masterly exccutio
matters has not yet arrived”, he | of the Inchon counter-strok«

said. The spokesman declined tc
comment further or to make ai
cutright statement that the re
ports had no basis whatsoever.

—Reuter.

which you planned and launcher
while holding the enemy at bay
in the south, will rank among the
finest strategic achievements i
military history.” Reuter

ee

Ch ile Wants | Force Alone Cannot
| Defeat Communism

Pact For ‘ MANCHESTER, Oct. &
Armed he esternsvilisation will fall i

ii is defended only by physica
strength, Arehbishop ot York, be
Against Aggression

Cyril Forster Garbett declared to
day

An attack on the West, he sai
in a Speech here, was being mack

LAKE SUCCESS, Oct. 6 by “an imperialist state as des

The U.N. Political Committe: ; 5 : ins
will next week consider a pro- potic as, and far more ruthle
posal by Chile that the Unitec and efficient than was the Czar
Nations make a solemn pact t dom in its most powerful days
unite their efforts and resource Behind physical weapons of

ault was a ‘closely knit philos



ophy with ideals diametrically op
posed to those of Western civili
sation, Dr, Garbett stated.” Ideas
must be defeated by ideas, false-
hood by truth, and a materialistic
system by a spiritual civilisation
which draws perpetual strength
from what has given it all that
ig best and noblest in its life.”

including armed forces to
aggression.

The proposal will come befor
the committee in a debate begin-
ning on Monday on the American
plan for strengthening the Assem-
bly'’s powers to act against
breaches of the peace when the

Security Council is paralysed by

resist



Ry Chilean fesotution The Archbishop said that Wes-
proposes fhat members of

United Nations be invited to:

1. Observe all important resolu-
tions of the Security Council
and assembly concerning main-
tenance of peace and security

2. Respect fundamental
rights

relied only on physical strength
for defence. “It is not only by
force but by the propagation of
will be

that Communism

truth

humar

material hu-
efforts and
achieve cconomic

Co-ordinate their
man and technical
resources to
Stability throughout
primarily by means
nomic development
developed countries
The resolution would authorise
the “Little Assembly” or the in-
erim committee with a continuous
session, to investigate any mat-
ter relating to international peace
ind security submitted to it and
call a meeting of the Assembly if
it thought fit
The “Little Assembly” would
be empowered to recommend the
state or states concerned to take
any provisional steps considered
urgent and essential

the world
of eco-
of under-

He Travels

—Reuter,

bs tern civilisation would go_ the
**lsame way as those before it, if it
|

4 U.S. Employees |
e “, - y
Imprisoned
PRAGUE, Oct. 6

Heavy prison sentences were
today passed by the State Court
in Prague on four former em
of the American Consu- |
late here for offences. Jiri Skora, |
clerk, was sentenced to 14 years!
hard labour and Josef Polak |
chauffeur to 12 years |

Two young girls Helena Bar- |
tonova and Milena Machac- |
kova were each sentenced to 1!
years in prison

The trial was held in private
and the charges were not made
known outside the court

It was however believed that
all four were arrested early in
July near the German frontier
on charges of trying to flee from
Czechoslovakia.



—Reuter



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SOUTH KOREAN spearheads today for
way through strong northern
within 30 miles of the Communist «

On the west coast, American, Hiitig!
tralian forces were massing for a full
novth across the 38th parallel.

Council resolution of June 27



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South Korean advanc troops
Ned uj re orecmen when
{ ‘hey into a Communist
“suicide battalion’ in the moun-
tain peaks north of Changjon on
he east coast 60 miles north of
the 38th parallel last ni
After a night of bitter fighting,
South Koreans broke through and
advanced 19 miles further south

Division which

19 miles

and the Southern

crossed the parallel fror

the east coast claimed to have
dispersed 1,200 Cy uris why
were } ed i ed
spear-heads

All alk the road South

Koreans found eu
trenches nd. other

ipparently they
hat
to use

prepared
defences but
moved fast
abl

50
Communist ere not
the

There was stil)
M

» report of an
surrender
Koreans

inswer to
itimatun
A British military pokes
Mac Arthu headquarte
announced that British Common
wealth troops we
day from the Son
west of ‘Taegu to
‘and were taking
positions he area
set. off

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heavy explosior hear the Com-
munist canital of Pyongyang.



today
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hu afea north
Kimpo airfield
up new forward



General Douglas MacArthur's
Headquarters toda put North
Korean military losses to date at
200,000 These were losses from
all causes including killed, wound-
ed and prisoner an
Intelligence Officer said

This total did not include losses
sustained by the North Korean
civilian pepulation due to United
Nations air raids and other causes,
the Offleer added

Prisoners of war taken by Uni-
ted Nations’ fofces were” put. ar
40,000 of whom 14,000 were stated
to have been captured in the last
three days alone

The Intelligence Service had no
estimate
injured
the
| Said

American

of the number of slightly
who might
Communist liz

have

o the

rejoined
Officer

| The estimated 200,000 losses

| were from North Korean division
“ach estimated at about 11,000

| whieh were positively identified in

\the Communist fighting lines, an
American spokesman said
But in addition to these division

he Communists were known to
heve employed a large flumber of
security forces and other troop
not identified as regular divisions
Reuter

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the News:
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TILBURY,. Oct. 6
An ammunition barge laden : re
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—Reuter

Saturday from 8-—8.15 p.m
PAGE TWO



Caub Call

BOUT fifty
Raison family,
home No. 12 St
Garrisom. last nig

friends of
were
Anne’s
ht

iheir lugnater Patricia’
twenty-first birthday and
Capt. and Mrs. R
seCpnd edding anniversary
Pets

John

wa





‘SKIPPER Goddard
of pets with him, from his
in. England They are,
Boxers a nd two

pheasg@mt, as the cock escaped on
Thursday. afternoon and is prob-
ably now fiying somewhere around
Belléville. He is most
to find it,

Itis g white bird, streaked with
blaek feathers

The boxers’ names are “King
of ‘the Road” and “Segrind of
Jonquin,” they are two-year olds
and.the bull has already won
three first prizes at various dog
shows in England, since John
bought him.

Enjoyed Her Trip

RS. JOHN GODDARD tola
she

Carib yesterday that
enjoyed her trip immensely. The
English people she found

wonderful time
in England, Mrs, Goddard spent
about twelve days in France and
three weeks in Scotland

Flying Out Shortly
R. J. C. ROSE, Architect and
Town Planner to the Wind-
ward Islands arrived here earlier
in the week by the “Bonaire.”
Mr. Rose was accompanied by
Master Mark Stow, six-year-old
son of the Administrator of St.
Lucia and Mrs. Stow. The Admin-
istrator is flying out to St. Lucia

from England in the next few
days.
New Post
EV. J. HOLDEN, who has

spent three years on the Brit-
ish Guiana Brazilian frontier was
among the passengers bound for
British Guiana by the “Bonaire”,
which called at Barbados on
Monday. Rev. Holden is returning
from leave in England. His new
post is Vicar of Morawhanna and
Priest in Charge of the North
West District.

Returned On Thursday

RS. NORA JAMES and her
friend Miss Edith Granhum
returned to B.G. on Thursday
afternoon by B.W.LA. after spend-
ing’a holiday here at Leaton on
Sea. Mrs, James was here for
fivé weeks and Miss Grannum who
is a stenographer in the Secretariat
in Georgetown spent a month in
Barbados,
On Honeymoon
. AND MRS, ALEXANDER
MacPHERSON are spend-
ing their honeymoon in Barbados
and. are guests at “Cacrabank”.
Mr. MacPherson is a retired
Merehant from San _ Fernando,
Trifidad, and his bride is from
Novarima.

the
at their
Court,
Tne
party served g double purpose. It

also
aison’s twenty

has
brought home quite gq number
tour
two
pheasants,
Actually at present it is only one

anxious

very
nice and everyone gave them a
Besides her stay

Mr. CHARLES THOMAS

Drama !
UE to arrive here on Wednes-
day froin England, is
Mr. Charles Thomas, who
is visiting Barbados for about
six to eight weeks, under
the auspices of the British Coun-

cil

Dramatic Clubsâ„¢ here should
benefit greatly by his visit, as
besides lecturing on drama, he
will give advice or practical
assistance to any local dramatic
clubs or amateur groups that may
desire it.

Mr. Thomas, has had a varied
career, which began some thirty-
one years ago, when he was a
free-lance worker in the Theatre
in London, apart from a period of
some four yeary *vhen, as a pion-
eer member of the Arts League of
Service Travelling Theatre, he
toured the towns and villages of
Great Britain as a player, designer
and Stage-manager .

During his years in London, he
devoted his spare time to the
Amateur Theatre Movement, and
in 1930, he produced the winning
team in the National Festival of
Community Drama organised by
the British Drama League.

In 1931, Mr. Thomas went to
Middlesbrough where he directed
the Little Theatre for two seasons
and in 1934, he joined Witiam
Armstrong at the Liverpool Reper-
tory Theatre, where he held the
post of deputy producer and
designer until the last war closed
the Theatre in the suminer of
1940.

In 1943, he was appointed Drama
Adviser to the West Riding Edu-
cation Committee, and in 1947, he
joined the staff of the British
Drama League as a tutor, lecturer
and Festival Adjudicator.

Gn Way To U.S.

rr MICHAEL TOLSTOI
who is up from Montevideo,
South America is in Barbados for
a holiday before going ‘vo New
York to join U.N.O. on their
Executive Staff. He is staying at
“Cacrabank”.





“When they have finished their
breakfast Rupert thinks of return-
ing and reaches for the paddle.

At thar moment Koko seizes it and,
working turiously, drives the boat
quickly away from the shore, * Hi |!
You're “going the wrong way,”
eries. the little bear, but his small



BY THE WAY

VERYBODY who has the right
: Wttitude towards whatever it
is will be glad that income-tax
forms are to be illustrated
there will be plenty of pictorial
ae as
y do all the girls avoid youn
Ted. at the dance? Beckuae he
made a mess of his forms.

Rupert and the

Casiaway —I9

o>



and
bird
has
round

understand
The strange
saw soyesterday
again and thes

doesn't
stop.
Rupert

friend
doesn't
that

appeared

them. At length Koko hands over
the paddle and kneels in the prow,
making a curious whistling noise,
At once the bird swoops and
flutters expectantly before him.

the same principle as meatless
meat. eggless egg, and sausageless
sausage. All the same. why not

Come, Come Mrs. Ringrose



By

Intransits

Mi nd Mrs, Saure nd thei

’ ‘ cr aren ‘ : I

enge from Madeiré Trin

i on the “Bonaire

Mr, Saurez, a mecchant of Port-
of-Spain, has been to Madeira, hi
native land, on holiday for the
first time in sixteen years,

Other intransits on the “Bon-
aire” were Mr. R. J. Maitland ac-
companied by his wife and
daughter Mr. Maitland is with
the Kearn Oilfields in Trinidad

Chartered Accountant

ING COMMANDER Des-
mond Clarke and his wife
Jean, and their two sons are

spending a holiday in Barbados
and are guests at Cacrabank.

Wing Com, Clarke is a Charter-
ed Accountant and was with the
R.A.F. for sixteen years; two years
of which were spent in Canada
He has also been with the War
Graves Commission in Belgium
France and Holland.

Flat-hunting

HESE have been hectic days

for Sit John Huggins, retiring
Governor of Jamaica. He and his
wife who recently arrived in Eng-
land, have been busy flat-hunting;
without much Success so far. Now
they are in Guernsey for a three-
week stay with Lady Huggins
mother. When they return to
London _ their 17-year-old
daughter, Cherry, will enter the
Royal Academy of Dramatic Art
Then, once the housing problem
has been solved, Lady Huggins
will prepare for her three-month
lecture tour of the United States,
where she will be speaking on the
Empire.

Here For A Rest
R. and MRS. VANCE ROG-

their twin daughters, also Mr

Rogers, Mr Vance Rogers's
mother, are all in Barbados for a
holiday, and are guests at “Cacra-
bank". Mr. Rogers has been with
the “Rockfeller Foundation in
Caracas, Venezuela, and is here
for a rest before being transferred]
to a very important appointment}
in another Latin American coun-
try, also with the Rockfeller
Foundation The = family will
remain on for two or three months

Lloyds Surveyor

R. BEN FATHERS, Lloyds
Surveyor for Aruba, and
head in charge of the Port there
is in Barbados for a holiday until
he goes to England on the “Golfito’:
at the end of October.
He is a guest at “Cacrabank”.

New Secretary





N exX-mannequin

painting only a year ago sold

on the first day of an exhibitiun
her
Paris.
The artist is blonde 28-year-old

ERS, their son Brian, and | Dusty” Anderson, wife of Holly

fe MORGAN
THE CLUB MORGAN
ORCHESTRA



USY man these days is Sam

Morris, who has taken over
the Secretaryship of the League
of Coloured Pedples in Engla

from Trinidad-born Joseph Mit-
chell Quite apart from giving
lectures at public meetings, Sam

is making a desperate effort to



popularise the League among West
Indians and other Colonials in the |
United Kingdom But Sam i
frustrated; many eminent m

bers of the League, including ])
Learie Constantine, Drs. Belfield |)
Clarke and Wellesley Cole had re-|\
signed their membership before he
became Secretary However, he
is optimistic enough to believe

that he may be able to win them |
back into the fold.

Now in Trinidad

R. A, J. JONES of Cardiff
and London Universitie:

and Mr. R. Knight of Southe







ton and Cambridge Univer:
have just arrived in Trir

Mr. Jones will be taking a post
graduate course in Tropical E
tomology and Mr. Knight will be
specialising in plant breeding

the Imperial College of Tropical | }

Agriculture. |

They were intransit passengers
on the Bonaire through Barbacios
on Monday

Up for the Week-end
RRIVING yesterday afternoo:
by B.W.I.A. from Trinidad
was Mr. Geoff Inglefield, member
of the victorious Trinidad Tennis
team which toured B.G. last
month. Geoff was also a mémber
of the Tranquillity team which
toured Barbados in 1949
His wife and family are already
in Barbados and will be returning
with him over the week-end



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1950



Magician
Spits On
Bullets

HARROGATE. Eng.

Frank Sinclair, an amateur Eng-
lish magician, caught a bullet fired
from a British army rifié\in his
teeth and spat it out. :

Sinclair, 39, performed his act
at the annual Convention of the
International Brotherhood of Ma-

icians at Harrogate, Yorkshire
ounty. Similar acts chave result-
ed in the death of several magi-
cians.

Sinclair is the only performer in
the world who uses an Army rifle
for his trick. As the result, a
large area was roped off to ensure
safety.

A committee chosen from_ the
audience selected the round of
0.303 inch ammunition used in the
act. The round, triple-marked for
identification purposes, was loaded
into the rifle by SfWwlair

The rifle was fired by Captain
Ernest Deuchar. 41-year-old Brit-
ish Army recruiting officer and a
crack shot. His instructions from
Sinclair were: “Aim straight at
my teeth and keep your nerve. The
slightest slip will cause disaster.”
The distance was 25 yards,

Just before the rifle was fired
Sinclair held a target dise in front
of him so that Deuchar -ov'@ cieht
the rifle. Then he drop)
disc and kept his hands at his
side

The impact of the bulle. made
Sinclair stagger forward yards. He
recovered his balance ard then
spat it out.

“It is a remarkable a*t.” com-
mented Captain Deuchar, “I can-
not guess how it is done, The
rifle kicked in the way it does
when a real round of 0.303 am-
munition is fired,

“There is no kick when a blank
is used. When I fired the barre!
was as dirty as it would have been
after firing a live round. A blank
makes the barrel filthy.”

The audience committee also in-
spected the rifle after it was fired.
and said, “We are satisfied the
bullet was fired.”

Said Sinclair: “A trick? Try to
work out hew it’s done. My claim
is that no one will discover the
secret until I tell it.”

ILN.S.

GETS IN HIS
HAIR

LONDON.

Defeat of Winston Churchill’s
censure motion on the Govern~-
ment’s nationalization of steel
means longer hair for ardent Con-
servative supporter Ernest White;

White vowed at the General
Election last February that he
would hot have his hair cut until
the Socialists were thrown out of
office and a Conservative Gov-
ernment installed. ,

Now a neat bob is curling on
White's ——

Said ite: :

“T'll keep my word, The Cabinet

are fifth columnists of the Krem~-
lin, and I'll keep my hair until
they are out.” —ILN.S.

DRUNK BEES

LONDON.

London Airport had a baptism
of crazy flying when a swarm of
drunken bees invaded the cus-
toms sheds,

Porters, Customs men and pas-
sengers were all “buzzed” but had
no casualties because the bees
were too intoxicated to sting.

It all began when a passenger
dropped and broke a bottle of
cognac. Within seconds bees
swarmed in and took their pleas-
ure neat—and on the house.

Landings became bumpier and
bumpier as fresh swarms dived in
from the nectar rounds to join the
cognac capers.

The party ended when porters,
who had waited until the bees fell
to the ground in a drunken stupor,
smothered them with sand and
water. —LN.S.












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Channel passengers ‘from sea-
sickness during rough weather,

They are being fitted to one of
two new Irish Mail vessels.

If they are satisfactory in the
Irish Sea, which has strong cross-
currents, the second ship will be
given under-water fins,

They are expected to keep the
biggest roll down to three degrees.

* *

A new “by-train-to-Paris” ship,

the St. Germain, is to be built
in Denmark.
When she is completed next

summer, she will be the largest
passenger ferry in the world, car-
rying 500. Passengers, boarding
trains in London, will be taken
across Channel at 18 knots.

The coaches will be run on te
the French rails and go direct to
Paris.

The new ship will have four

sets of lines running through
practically the whole of her 380-
ft. length.

Above the trains, on the Prom-
enade Deck, there will be a din-
ing saloon and a garage for 25
cars.

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Last of three steam trawlers

built here for the Icelandic Gov-
ernment has been launched.



The Weather

TO-DAY
Sun Rises: 5.49 a.m.
Sun Sets: 5.48 p.m.
Moon (New) October 11
Lighting: 6.00 p.m.

High Water: 12.06 a.m.,
1.22 p.m.
YESTERDAY

Rainfall (Codrington): Nil.
Total for Month to Yester-
day: .12 in. :

Temperature (Max.) 86.5 °F.

Temperature (Min.) 72.0 °F.

Wind Direction: (9 a.m.) E,
(3 p.m.) E.

Wind Velocity: 8 miles per
hour,

Barometer: (9 a.m.) 29.929
(3 p.m.) 29.851.



Fresh fish will be preserved in
“cool” rooms. The ships can come
in with fish-meal ready for land-
ing. Plant in the trawlers will

dry, grind and bag 25 tons of fish
—L.E.S.

every 24 hours.

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Whom?

ASKS CROWE

LONDON.

Cecil Crowe of Purley, Surrey
County, has little faith in the
British pound sterling note.

Since 1946, according to his cal-
culations, he has lost $5,843.74
from his eatnings because the
spendirg value of the pound note
($2.80) has fallen to eight shil-
lings and three pence ($1.15).

He intends te claim it from the
government. i

Crowe blames the Government
for the falling value of the pound
and the rising cost of living.

He is lodging an appeal against
an order made at Croydon, Lon-
don magistrates’ court that he
must pay $21 income-tax arrears,
plus $1.33 costs, withjn. 14 days.

Said Crowe after uie hearing: i

“It is scandalous the way the
government have treated th@
pound. English money is a meas-
urement and it cannot be altered
by a gang of people calling them-
selves the Government.

“I don’t owe the government in-,
come tax. The boot is on the other |
foot, They owe me money because
they have brought the value of!
the pound down to eight shillings
and three pence. All taxpayers
ought to challenge the govern-
ment on this,”

When he was summoned at
Croydon, Crowe told the magis-
trates:

“It is a fraud. This sum you
say I owe is based on the assump-
tion that the pound today is worth
twenty shillings, but Parliament
has stated that the pound today
is worth only eight shillings and
three pence.

“They have two prices—one for
themselves and one for His Ma-
tony 2 subjects.”

e magistrates said they could
not accept as a “legitimate de-
fence” Crowe’s contention that
the Government had reduced the
value of the pound. Crowe then
warned the magistrates he would
appeal, —(I.N.S.)

No More Help
For Russia

LONDON

British gifts of medical supplies
to Russia, handled by a committee
headed by Mrs. Winston Churchill,
are scheduled to end within a
few weeks.

The Committee announced that
practically all of the approximate-
ly $25,000,000 collected by the Aid
for Russia Fund to Finance the
medtral shipments has been used,
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Across the Atlantic
At 500 M.P.H.?

LONDON,

Jet airliners capable of crossing
the Atlantic and flying on inter-
national routes at 5090 m.p.h
within a few years are forecast by
the British Ministry of Civil Avia-
tion.

“It seems certain,” saiu the
Ministry report, 1949-50 “that the
next few years will see the intro-
duction and increasing use of jet-
powered aircraft with speeds up
to 500 miles an hour.”

The report listed the Berlin air-
lift as the outstanding civil opera-
tion during the period reviewed.
In 22,000 successful flights a total
of 147,000 tons of supplies were
flown into Berlin by British civil
aireraft.

Despite the need for economy
the British nationalized airways

corporations made good progress}

in 1948-1949, the report claimed.

It said new and better types of
airliners have been developed to
replace the near-obsolete wartime
machines.





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serrat: Antigua; St Kitts Bermuda
Boston: Halifax: Montreal by the S,5.
Lady Nelson will be closed at the
General Post Office as under
Parcel: Registered and Ordinary
Mails at 10 a.m. on the 7th Oct. 1950

Mails for Martinique: Antigua: St.
Croix: St. Thomas: New York by the
S.S. Fort Amherst will be closed at

the General Post Office as under;
Parcel! and Registered Mails at 2 p.m

Ordinary Mail at 3 p.m. on the 9 Oct

1950.

Mails for Dominica: Antigua; Mont-
serrat: Nevis: St. Kitts by the M.V
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A State Court in. Moravia
passed heavy sentences to-day
on eight Czechoslovaks including
one woman accused of high trea-
son and espionage. They were

alleged to have worked over
period of two years “under the
direction of Lawrence Gordon
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Bratislava left Czechoslovakia

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the eight defendants who all
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BARBADOS ADVOCATE



Canadian Exehange Rates Next Stop?

SATURDAY, OCTOBER 7, 1950

TO-DAY’S SPECIALS

D, V. SCOTT




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aturday, October 7, 1950 On Sex es he we : ° r
| Jn September 30, the Honour- in the case of sale of fixed assets foreign exchan under such he World '
; . \ante Douglas Abbott, — of in Canada or liquidation of capital conditions wins meen that Anywhere im t Usually Now
: Finance, issued the following investments made since 1939 and Canada was in effect incur- .
GRAVESEND oo —o the Canadian eer e: — -_ _ Ex- ring a substantial increase in its (From Our Correspondent) Tins My Lady Tmoato Soup 29 26
exchange rate chang ontro joard. on-resi- gross ; . ; ‘
3 “Last night I announced that the dents will, of course, still be able an cot, ee ae LONDON.

py

Ab RE ep ha A AB ALARM ZAGRIS BECAME

-EIN THE NEWS -

and other authorized agents to among themselves, so that, forex- ’ Peanotis who wishes can board a bus for almost any
THE comments made by a Barbadian discontinue dealings in foreign ample, a non-resident holding wee ot Uae pe a to hi. B Monte- Bottles Allsopps Beer ..... 26 20
9 2 : o> Clannad highly desjrable to put an en’ part of the world. Karachi, Bermuda, Mon 5
marksman who recently returned from |£xchange until further notice. Canadian dollars may dispose of this extraordinary rate of invol-

Bisley. have served to focus public attén-

Gravesend Beach and the surrounding

Foreign Exchange Control Board
had instructed Canadian banks

Today the Government, by Order
in Council under the authority of

lated on the basis of a 10% premi-
um for the United States dollar in

freely to transfer Canadian cur-
rency, securities and othes assets

them to his bank in the United
States in the same manner as

“A year ago, when the pound

service charges without any cor-
responding increase in its produc-
tive resources or ability to export.

untary bo from the United
States. One obvious method would

ward movement of speculative

video, Birmingham, Nairobi; these and a host
of other far away places are all represented.

Motor Exhibition has this week been opened

THERE is in London a place where anyone





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Pkgs. Table Raisins










: . bar 8 : the Foreign Exchange Control heretofore,

tion on a part of this island which ought” | act, cancelled the official rates of | ~ rate back to parity with ihe Une| Where is this universal bus-stop? At Earl’s
to be but is not the most beautiful sea |exchange which, since September Background of the Present teq States dollar. This would] Court, South London, where ‘the Commereial
bathing resort near Bridgetown. 19th of last year, had been caleu- Action probably bring to a stop the in- r :

district ought to be one of the loveliest
recreation centres in Barbados; and at the
same time be a place where visitors could
with advantage see much of local colour
in a congenial atmosphere. With proper

Canada, It has been decided not
to establish any new fixed parity
for the Canadian dollar at this
time, nor to prescribe any new
official fixed rates of exchange.
Instead, rates of exchange will be
determined by conditions of sup-
ply and demand for foreign cur-

sterling and other foreign cur-
rencies were devalued by sub-
stantial amoupts, it appeared
necessary to make a moderate
change in the par value of Cana-
dian currency and it was accord-
ingly devalued by 9.09 per cent.
Up to that time there were no

capital, but such a change in the
exchange rate would not necessar-
ily be justified by fundamental
conditions and might be found to
require reversal or further adjust-
ment within the mnot-too-distant
future. ‘co «move the Canadian
exchange rate to any other fixed

by Mr. Barnes, Minister of Transport.

can make it” and even for the non-mechani-
cally minded can provide an interesting
“walk-around.”

It is a really good example of “Britain





6” 8” 10” 12” HALF ROUND BASTARD FILES

6” 8” 12” 2ND CUT HALF ROUND BASTARD FILES
6” 8” 10” 12” FLAT FILES isles

6” 8” 12” 2ND CUT FLAT BASTARD FILES

‘ : : ; ‘ : Nt eR iy
attention and remodelling the entire area rencies in ‘Canada. ee wt ante to ae eee = nets ae Since the show is commercial, it is not un- . Ww ING FILES

could be transformed into a public place “Banks and other authorized cuch a devaluation necésary oe same objections. The appropriate} natural to find that buses are among the 4’ aoe 10” 12” ROUND 2ND CUT FILES
more attractive than a club. agents will deal in foreign ex- the changed conditions bro rate at the present time might be

change as principals, but they
will continue to act as official

ee

about by the devaluation of
important were such

anywhere between parity and the
9 per cent discount recently in

biggest features. Like the rats in the Pied
Piper of Hamelin, they come in all sizes,






8” 10” CABINET RASP
12” FARRIERS RASP

: 5s . jagents of the Foreign Exchange that ¢ effect. In short, under the con- 4 : ; 4” SAW FILES
‘ The presence of oil and electricity plants ; Control Board for the issue of hare Seog eee ditions which I have outlined, no] ‘anging from the ordinary English country-
in the area could successfully be camou- ppermits and a other ae ae change were made in the value of PeTson can — in advance} service bus to the luxurious 30-seater which PHONES : a 4472 & 4687
A tating to exchange control. e with any reasonable assurance ® ‘ . r
flaged by casuarinas and other trees. The general structure of exchange con- _ ee ee ee new level at which to fix the par! Corporates a toilet compartment, a cocktail

Barbados Turf Club with the assistance of
the Civie Circle has set an example at the
Garrison’ where unsightly but necessary
fixtures were covered with foliage and

trol remains unchanged, including
control over securities transactions
between residents and non-resi-
dents and control over payments
of Canadian dollars to non-resi-
jents,



tional trade in goods and services
has shown a moderate surplus, al-
though rather less than in the
previous year. In recent months,
however, there has been a grow-
ing tide of capital movements out

value of the Canadian dollar, and
for this reason the Government
feels that the rate of exchange
should be left to be determined
by market forces.

bar, a radio with four extension speakers and
microphones for giving commentaries.

Shining and new, they are mounted on







WILKINSON & HAYNES CO. LTD.

Successors to



4 have now become’ attractive spots. It is 7 a Consultation With The their stands underneath the banners of their Cc Pp

* “ ; gn eurrencies into Cana- : ~~). Pi

: certain.that the planting of casuarina trees Pine ogg geek en = dian dollars. This has been in International Monetary makers. Such famous names as Dennis, Ley- S ITCHER & CO LTD.

‘ around. Gravesend would add to the-shade | :lare it to an authorized dealer. Pea ae Salle tn tae tone to iar leat, SOneHrerees Sie AS are eeneng Sh

a | de must then either sell it im- D@S¢ On @ Delle In the tong run “The International Monetary | manufacturers and their range of production} — =
: and beauty of the area. ' nediately to an authorized dealer Fund. ae Siene conediied in 8 P

The beach itself is popular’and within
easy reach of ‘the’ City and the suburbs
from which bathers would come. It is obvi-
ously necessary to make other improve-
thents besides the addition of shower baths.
But before this can be done as a means of
encouraging more people to use Gravesend,
it is necessary to remove the Rifle Range

-which has now’ beén described as a handi-

it the going rate of exchange, or,
f he wishes, deposit it in a

oreign-currency bank account
vith his authorized dealer, in
vyhich case he may not make any
ther use of the foreign currency
ut may choose his time for sell-
ig it within a period of 90 days.
. resident desiring to obtain for-
ign exchange must apply to his

uthorized dealer for a permit”

vhich, if granted, will allow him
o buy the required foreign cur-
_ency from an authorized dealer
it the going rate of exchange,




POCKET CARTOON
by OSBERT LANCASTER

+




accordance with the terms of its
Articles of Agreement, and the
course of action which we propose
to follow was discussed with the
Executive Board of the Fund at
a meeting held in Washington
this morning. The circumstances }
which have compelled the Gov—
ernment to permit. exchange rate
fluctuations were fully explained.
The Executive Board examined
the Canadian, posivion with great
objectivity and comprehension



can be judged from the fact that between
them they supply buses, lorries and tractors
for almost every country in the world.

Most of these new buses herald a new era
in road travel.
the makers -having in most cases placed the
engine beneath the floor-boards or the rear
axle. }
and recognized the exigencies of | ger accommodation but even now buses still

They are wider and longer,

This gives additional space for passen-







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ELECTRIC DRILLS,

tae ee ae the situation which have le‘; :annot compete with trolley-buses which

cap to local riflemen. It is apparently not “Merchants Canada to the oposed plan. : SCREWDRIVERS,
; , ts and other residents anada to prop P seat 70 compar r-

appreciated’ that with this range in its} ho are offered foreign currency The Government intends, of} ° pared with the 56 of the moto TAPPERS, SENCH

present position there is a constant threat
of death to those who dare to enjoy a sea
bath when there is a practice or competi-
tion shoot. To the uninitiated the oppor-
tunity to get from. the shore to the beach

or from. the beach to the shore presents no _

great danger, but those who are accus-
tomed. to. the-use of firearms know that

" Se sprung wheels.
. ravel for any purpo0Se so as Darling, guess what, Little Restrictions y , : :
there is-an--ever “present element of 15 cover ail ‘reasonable travel |} me’s'heen usfered — seut un imelk t has also de.| “hich looks capable of going up the side of
danger. “The Govetument Rifle Range -xpenditures, An ‘announcement the Nationa! tect Boars! ie Government has also






oy tourists aré no longer required
-O pay any fixed rate of exchange,
out may pay such rate as may be
agreed on. No doubt such rate
will be based on the rates current-
y being offered by banks for the
ourchase of foreign currency,

“A permit will still be required
‘or the export of funds for travel
ibroad by Canadians, but it, 1s
Jlanned to imerease the amount
‘which will be authorized for





course, ‘to remain in consultation
with the Fund and hopes ulti-—
mately to conform the provisions
cf the Articles of Agreement
which stipulate vhat member
countries should not allow their
exchange rates to fluctuate more
than one per cent. on either side
of the par values from time to
time established with the Fund.

Removal Of Import

cided to announce a this time that

driven vehicle.
another part of the exhibition are some of

the other products of Britain’s engineering
workshops.

vulling-lorry which is mounted on six inde-
pendently

a mountain, and in truth can manage that in

Away from the public transport section in

Particularly prominent is a large tractor-

This monster









AND PORTABLE
GRINDERS,SANDERS
SAWS, SHEARS FOR
ALL PURPOSES



: of the new regulations will be : font . ; ‘ < : ‘
j should have. been removed long ago and [nade within a few days when ae, = a eS moderation, is now being used in the con-| =ess==
# now that a question ‘arises of making aca Serna: have been stuacnes of Canadian financial under Senedules I. and LI. of the} Struction of the Owen Falls Dam in Uganda.
q hie te, Urs ‘ompleted. and economic conditions, In large fimor : a a- . . : .
Gravesendinto a_public place of beauty x part however, particularly in the ere re ee Seen And then there is the big seven-ton Bed- ONCE AGAIN IN STOCK
this dee sh be farther One result of the new system jact ¢ ; * tion Act will be removed e' ve . P . :
= : 1 sho not be arther post- ot establishing exchange rates is 15 Ber ree dt ae ae 8 January 2, 1951. Iv will be re-| ford which is engineered and powered for a
Hs poned. j gmp tar a ina the so-called unoflell rates of"Yainy'"car's action to sentare Cane qhat Revers import restric-| gross weight of 10 tons 4 ewts. and yet °
4 Dna eens elicede car Goud "aloe the Cocndien dolley, jo parity wie November, 1947, at a time when| Which, unladen, weighs less than three tons.
: . esa Daa cal rere of ai and Und Metre Ser G4 ocean | This ‘particular ‘product of ‘the Vaushal
y Accident uthough certain local variations States, dollars which stood ” af dangerous proportions, By the] SToup and its prototypes was tested for four
; PY may be expected, particularly in 91/255, million on June 30th, rose .iwumn of 1948 our trade position] years on a specially b ilt rough track wh
: ne avy 5 ransactions in ban notes, aS a ar pan oe Re cae 31st, to had improved sufficiently and our y . P aM ia rege ee
\ THE publit.celebration on the return ‘esult of time differences, trafis- ols Sie teens $1, 130 ipretismine reserves had recovered to a level, 1,000 miles are as arduous 4s 100,000 on nor-

of the West Indies team in Trafalgar
Square cencentrate@-a huge crowd in that
area and one happy tesult was that during
a period of excitement, the public destroy-
ed the roof of a shed erected in the centre
of the Square for passengers awaiting the
*buses leaving the terminus in Probyn
Street. aa :

The accidental destruction of this gal-
vanised shed must be regarded as a public
service. Because’ it could not have been
in the best;intetest to erect a shed of gal-
vanise where the heat of the sun could be
concentreted ‘on those who were waiting
under it. It ought to be unnecessary to
stress that sheds should be “composed of
some cooler material.

It is to be presumed that this particular
shed will be repaired and re-erected.,
Before doing so, it would be wise if the
Government would enquite as to the
efficacy of shingles or some other material
which would’ serve the publie’s interest
with less’ heat.”



OUR READERS:SAY:

rortation costs, and special local
conditions, Fluctuations in the
oasic rate will no doubt occur
from time to time in accordance
with changing conditions of supply
ind demand. After a short transi-
tional period it is expected that
reasonably stable conditions will
develop in the exchange market. «

“From what has been said, it
will be seen that the change from
1 fixed rate of exchange to a
market rate does not involve the
abandonment of the foreign ex-
change control system, A few
consequential amendments of the
Foreign Exchange Control Regu-
tations will be necessary but the
number of these will be small, The
objective is to maintain the struc-
ture of control in its familiar form
as.a defense against possible ad-
verse conditions in the future.
Actual restrictions will be few.
Residents will still require a per-
mit to export capital from Canada
and such permits will not normal-
ly be granted except for necessary
business operations and certain
amounts exported by emigrants.
Similarly, non-residents will still
be required to obtain a permit in
order to withdraw capital from
Canada and such a permit will
normally not be granted except

ary) on September 30th. Thus the
total increase over the past three
months was approximately $554
million, of which over $285 mil-
lion occurred during the month
of September. The gross inflow
was actually more than $285,000,-
000 in September because the
figures given above allow for the
setting aside of $50,000,000 from
our reserves in addition to $50,-
000,000 obtained through a recent
boud issue in New York to re-
deem a Government of Canada
bond issue of $100,000,000 falling
due on October Ist. There is no
telling how much further this
movement might have gone, so long
as the fixed rate of a 10 per eent
premium on United States dollars
were maintained and people be-
lieved in the possibility or proba-
bility ef an official change to an-
other fixed rate such as parity
of the Canadian dollar with the
United States dollar,

“An influx of funds on this
tremendous scale would, if it con-
tinueti, be likely to exercise an
inflationary influence in Canada
at a time when government policy
in all fields is directed to combat-
ting inflationary, developments.
Moreover the accumulation of

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which made iv impossible to begin
tne process of relaxation in these
vestrictions. Our progress in this
direction was somewhat retarded
by the uncertainvies of. the inter—
national financial situation during
the latter part of 1949 and the
early months of 1950. Bur during
the past six months it has been
possible to resume and to acceler—
ate this process of relaxation, By
the end of las June about one-
half of the original restrictions
had (peappenses and a few weeks
ago I was able to announce the
removal of about one-half of the
remainder.In order to facilitate
orderly adjusiment to each stage
in these relaxations it has been
customary to give reasonable
advance notice of their effect, and
it is for this reason thay I am
now. giving notice that all the
items remaining in Schedules 1
and II. of the Emergency Ex-
change Conservation Act will be
rescinded ay the end of the year
My colleague, the Minister of
Trade and Commerc,e will be
reviewing the operation of Sche-
dule IKI. of the Act (the capital
goeds section) with a view te
ascervaining the appropriate de-
gree and timing of relaxations }
that field.” a

mal going.

the whole show is concerned only with buses,
lorries and tractors. That is far from the case.
The first and second floors of the Earls
Court Stadium are an absolute joy for the
mechanically minded. They contain each
and every accessory that present day com-
mercial motoring requires.

can brush aside a constant jet of water to
patent seats with movable head-rests, the
stalls abound with the latest and best inven-
tions.

cancelled for this year but subsequently it
was decided to carry on as the Industry
appreciated how vital it was to the export
drive. The wisdom of this move has since
become obvious as already applications for
tickets have been received from nearly 60
countries.

But do not run away with the idea that

From quick-fire windscreen wipers whicl

The show, held biennially, was originally










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in the following Colours :—



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Please also allow me to say that
Almshouses cannot take the place
< a Sanitorium badly needed, and

- eontinued the
restricted
receipts.

Public ‘Utilities ;
To The Editor, The Advocate—
SIR,—Myr. A, E. S. Lewis paid



LET US

résult’ might be concern than those who look to
demand and reduced it for their livelihood.
Moreover the Board is Mr, Lewis, of course,

played in fostering and cementing
diplomatic relations between the
Mother Country and ‘the West

Spirit HELP

To The Editor, The Advocate








meant

















: df |
, 7 » to aim at cheaper services. well, but, since he has asked for Indies. e humiliation attached to such SIR,—As we have made a big YOU With |
os tr oe myself "So, if in future there is to he my opinion I am bound to say places for years now, cannot be an step forward by the victory ot
is, thenet: 1 pM wy pe vee any ‘general staff betterment, the that I do not think the employees In, welcoming the cricketers aid to health. If they are medical our cricketers, I send these ver- YOUR
ry ( pe eosin Be ae money must be found in some of these companies have any We should not forget those sane centres, why not scrap the name ses on behalf of that spirit.
whether! the employees “of these gue way: It would seem that reason to be grateful to him, or feomemeeie nO aoe oe ae tales tases ca aoe ee te ihalne Caat tithe be Wecenartiet
ae a fi . . e only ~practical way of in- to welcome the creation of the . cess: d Ske: F vh t ti the game
comabani@s Should, welcome the creasing funds lies in expanding proposed Board. Worrell, Alan Rae, Jeffrey Stoll- class can get aid without degrada- We went to fight for our W-1. Name ENTERTAINING
Board. fh why ete MUS profitably each company’s ser- Cc, E. SHEPHERD meyer and the now famous “spin tion. preys Sew friends, it has been our
“ a Se ue ee . te i ’ ”
Gonimander Stiythiod eave nis VS, But expansion is an ad “Colleton, House, ie ame ee beenaae PROGRESS. fins win — pave he war
opini \ B al calls ine ob e .
pen 7 Bsdeok: ter. Toe to judgment to be successf@l. A. Ottober 2, 1950, of West Indies crieket aloft and Vict For. the a ree indies In Call in or Phone
mént that such a Board, with its mistake in direction or timing : have placed themselves in the ctory, ana by teen apOMe on unity oan: te |
heavy and far-reaching respon- ay gausé great loss, and this Cricket gallery of famous world cricket— To The Editor, The Advocat brought. |
sibilities ‘ang duties, could not ae gn mt Pceipts ee To The Editor, The Ad ers. bpd Percent Y WI. PATRIOT. us Today
a ‘ existing outpu wou make \ e itor, ve vocate— , ‘ wa sir, sas |
te @yes to labour costs and things worse not ‘better. & SIR,~-Unprecedented in the ‘ 4 sola es of sptize shame Wickets bagged. runs obtained, Patriotism |
So I set out, for Mr. Lewis’ Successful expansion would perry of West Indies: Cricket, eae eee im an ioe Unuenecheha. of an; sane” are To the Editor, The Advocate, ,
i 4 Bn ihe de . ans ’ Was the rousin if ; ain, by se i” U3 y f . ' EL
consideration, a eee ies carry more jobs and more re- welcome Sconied ts tre. eee genuity, patience and cheerful- Their one Intent — Victory. ! SIR,—Please excuse my patri- FINE TENDER DELIGHTFUL
oe gure mpgnsible jobs with more pay. Indian Cricketers on the occasion "Ss oe eee Sev eee + RO eosin, Meetabe Sabin, sane aie, strain, ans do a —_ our MEATS DRINKS
It shouldbe noted in the first of these “companies! Soslnaie ame et neice return from. | Bngiend, October 4, 1950. : Pr a ar pe o Nidag ayny aoae” ie ‘America's Vicker te Chickens id
place that the object in creating considerable expansion would be Sees they remarkably — and , , Me Ui Sox iow eau word Korea, Cannot all the big Sonne | Ducks Sette Wines. ave
this is ‘nob to provide a costly; a substantial amount of defeating prigreyer resp Mey ~ Spitting ‘ ee et meaner Wee Seeiae ’ tries unite for Peace and progress Legs of Lamb ‘Dry Sack Sherry
good - time for ‘those getting new capital would have to be a eae ge? might of England .' Wore inten wae victory including Stalin, and China realis- Shoulders of Lamb Vielle Cure
salaries or wages from these raised by each to pay for it. tres teuliewtt est nee No To the Editor, The Advocat®) ; : ) ing that the land of the Stars anc Veal Chops ‘
com; es, but fo bring about I therefore suggest to Mr. the victoria ton could be given of STR,—Perhaps a_ simple Jetter As once was said by one Stripes is freedom loving anc Slightly Corned Beef SPECIALS.
bet and cheaper services fot Lewis that any action-on his part leek ieee ee oo crick- may do some good, as long ‘ar- 4, sailor great was he founded on highest civilisation. Sole 16-0z. Fish Cakes in tins
the public in “general and the tending to make the raising of Gneominme atwenae if wes me ticles are not always read. Apsim- — jaje duty" —— and that — Victory The world is sick of war, which is ||| Cod Fillets 12 cents each
saree customers in particu- fresh capital more difficult. or Sir Allen Coltsmane ann ae ple sign “Do = spit” woul — Weis ath he see hea a step backwards. The sacrifice ea , 3-oz. Paste in tins
oe et ‘ Roni 2 a y a 10 et us own ,,
Tht amout which each “ote, expensive, is definitely warm words phrased in the Text eT gochey ‘eat nee asks “Wi Ut Stalwarts obeyed the call, oe Ateerics S0e pOnae Sew aot Poe eu. en on
com ; i contrary to the interests of the 4 thé: Welenate tates nice gain my conscience Y SO Their great response to faith be forgotten. “There'll be bluc Peaches H BREAD
Sailer Gad whale i inatugras employees of these compares. "ag tend by Bi Justice Chenesh, Mer aT Tia oe of CopeaMe Hew cate othe; «BAe over the white clits "|| Rhubarb. 125 Sens
s y 2S, is imitecd Oo as cs a ° e & A a e i rice o ve ti ow can we an the great ” ‘ 1
its receipts from its customers Further, that any action of No more can we be looked on as fruit, and aprobte diet, is wane peat tie) Answer. las ” oe x ieee a as) i a: ee ienes : } FRESH FRUIT
To bring in this new and unpro- Mr. Lewis that would load these Semi-savages “or people of inferior ly the cause. The poor man uses Who hath given Victory whe te. ence” and hapeniee Ice Cream Powder | and
a eee, ee people, ” companies with ape ol eo ee ces V1 wee should cheaper or inferior foodstuffs such Nad With: aliNeatial paca thrives . Brussel Sprouts—tins } VEGETABLES
joard, its staff and advisers, to tive expense is also definitely insular prejudices threaven to as pickled meat, substitute butter, tara ene een " i Carrots in tins
be psi4 cu + te receipts contrary to the interests of the sever the ties which link us very little salads, and I notice To ailing MU oath Bu 2rae ee er ae String Beans in Tins | Tee Cold
would leave so much the less for employees. together. This success affords now that some groceries are sell- That told — that tells — Victory Even in the Far East, Liberty sing Spinach in Tins DUTCH APLES
other purposes. If Mr, Lewis will study the clear and unequivocal proof to ing even cheese in large quanti- Moye, trother landars And men that died they on! | f
Hitherto increased expenses matter further, he will, I believe, the outside world of the worth ties. This should not be allowed, _Ne'er forget Him, Thank Him, knew ; :
have been met by higher rates, satisfy himself that none are cf a United Wesv Indies. It is and would save the clerks frown- Then ask for renewed strength The song of men who love “Th \
but now, if this method, irrita- more vitally interested in the impossible to exaggerate the part ing when a poor person asks to be "°° 1%! — for Victory red, white and blue.”
ting to customers, were to be stability and prosperity of a these cricketing ambassadors have sold a quarter of cheese or butter. EB ‘ BRITANNIA.




Nee nr eee nee ea

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“

SATURDAY, OCTOBER 7,

H.E. Presents |

Police Medals |

j

T A FUNCTION at District |
“A” Station yesterday evening
His Excellency the Governor pre-
sented Supt. Eustace Simmons
with the Colonial Police Medal
which was awarded to ‘him in the
last Birthday Honours List. |
His Excellency also presented 50
other members of the Force with
the Colonial Police and Fire Bri-
gade Medal. The men all served
18 years or over with good con-
duct.
The Police Band, under Capt,
Raison, was in attendance.

T 5 O'CLOCK to-day the
Police Band will play for’ the
St. Matthias Church Fete which
will be held at Hastings Rocks.
CROWD of between 30 to 40
old people could be seen oit-
side the buuding of Messrs. Gen-
eral Traders Ltd. at Roebuck
Street yesterday morning. They
were receiving pennies from this
firm. .
This is a usual happening every
Friday morning and one of the
labourers distribute the pennies
from a money bag.

1950



THE



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HILE LABOURERS were
unloading lumber in the in-
ner basin yesterday the Govern-
ment Dredge, which was tied off
between the lighters, was bring-
ing debris from the bed of the
Careenage.
Although for the past four days
lorries and carts had been taking
this lumber to the various lumber
‘yards, there is still much to be
seen at the wharf. It all came by
the Steamship Woldingham Hill.

US PASSENGERS in Trafal-
gar Square are making the
best possible use of the "bus shel-
ter, A large part of the roof of this
shelter broke down when a large
crowd climbed on the top in an;
effort to see the returning cricket-
ers on Tuesday morning.

At present it is not providing the
usual shelter but still over a dozen
can find shade from the sun, which
yesterday evening was 87 degrees 2
Fahrenheit in the shade.





BARBADOS

ADVOCATE



GREEKS AND SPORT

SIXTEEN GIRLS of the fifth form of Queen's Gollege doing a group study in Greek dancing in the

Hall yesterday afternoon, while on the playing field the girls of the fifth and sixth forms are enjoying

ERY LITTLE can now be seen!

of the Yawl Potick. It has

submerged so far that now loaded

lighters can risk to pass over its
stern,

Although the Schooner Fred-
erigk P. Elkin has been abandoned
off Brandon’s beach for many
months, more can be seen of that
than the Potick.

a practice game of netball.



Throwing Sea
Egg Shells

day that the Potick is dangerous to On Beach

\

|

navigation in the inner basin.
!

LL THAT could be seen at the| /S AGAINST THE LAW

faces Alice Playing Field
yesterday evening was a couple of] * SINCE the o i .
A E 2 opening of the sea
— wi group of blackbirds. legg season there have been sev-
— we = rains the grass}eral complaints about the sea egg
be a d has grown consider-| shells on the beaches, making it
ably and provide a good feed for | uncomfortable for sea bathers
the sheep. Long grass can also be Mr. W. W. Merrit Chief Sani-
tary Inspector of St. Michael told

seen on the tennis lawns,
the “Advocate” yesterday that the
See ee Kathleen|Sanitary Department sees to it

Holder of Alleyne’s Lane,] that t i
Passage Road, St, Michael, died|;ept clean The cos pag shah
suddenly at her home about 10/nuisance on some of them how-'
Rie Cee rena a ever, had become so great that

e body was removed to the! quring last month he had appealed

Public Mortuary where a_post| + issi
ee o the Commissioner of Police for
mortem examination was perform-| assistance in its prevention. ]

ed by Dr. K. B, Simon. Death was
attributed to natural causes

D* ASHBY performed a post
mortem examination on the
body of*42-year-old Hugh Clarke
of Harts Gap and attributed death

Prompt action was taken and
he was glad to say that as far as
St. Michael was concerned, since
September 4 no complaints had
been made to the Department.

The beaches where the nuisance

to natural causes, Clarke died| was were Browne's Beach and
a early on Thursday) Reece Beach, Bay Street; the Reef

and Lands End, Fontabelle;

: ' Spring Garden, Black Rock.
IGHT BOYS, including Patrol} “yy,” Merrit ‘drew attention to
Leaders Shirley Sandiford and} the Regulation of the General
G. E. Bovell of the All Saints! Roard of Health which people who

Scout Troop, spent five days in 1
camp at St. Joseph Girls’ School | Few Sea, 088 shells on the beaches

recently .
The Regulation

and

They arrived at Horse Hill on
Friday at about 6 p.m. and after
settling in they sang and played It reads: “Every person break-
indoor games. On Saturday they!ing sea eggs on any part of this
played a cricket match against a} island is hereby required immedi-
Horse Hill team and were victo-| ately thereafter to throw back or
rious. cause to be thrown back into the

The visitors batted first and| sea, the shell and offal thereafter.”
knocked up 66 runs for four wick- Mr. Merrit said that it had
ets declared. In reply the Horse} been observed that many people
Hill boys were bowled out for 21] broke the shells of the sea eggs
and 37. For the Visitors, Bovell| and threw them back into the
took three wickets for four runs} sea, but the breaking in many
with the “hat trick.” cases was done so near the shore

that the sea again brought the

On Sunday morning there was| shells on to the beach.

a Church Parade to St. Joseph’s

Church and in the evening a hike,| Asked whether there was any
the route of which ran along] plan afoot to offer something that
Hackleton Cliff, Joe’s River| might be competed for by people
Woods, St. Elizabeth’s Schools,}in the various districts for keep-
Joes River Factory and then bacl-|ing their premises clean, Mr.
to Horse Hill. Merrit said there was no neces-

There were more hikes on|sity. This was done some years
Monday and Tuesday. While they| ago, he said, but most peop'e now
were out on the Tuesday they| were fully conscious of their
visited the home of former Sgt.| responsibility in keeping their
Major Goodman at Hillswick| premiser clean. Although all peo-
where they were given cocoanuts.| ple might not keep theirs as well

The camp broke up shortly after! as might be desired, he was happy
seven o’clock on Wednesday|to say that a fairly satisfactory
morning and the motor lorry E 29} state existed in all districts
took them back to St. Peter.





NO CHRISTMAS
RUSH YET

AT Cave Shepherd & Co., Ltd.
at 12.30 p.m. yonerey. the busi-
ness of buying and selling was be-
ing done in a leisurely manner.
There were no crowded counters
as will be the case later in the
year.

Free Canadian $
Will Jump Costs

In British Guiana
(From Our Own Correspondent)

GEORGETOWN Oct. 6.

Government announced today
that the immediate effect of
recent change in the exchange The, perfumery and_ novelty
vate of the Canadian dollar will| counter had no customers. The
be to increase the cost of Cana-| shee department was much better,
dian goods but assured the pub-| and there the majority of the buy-
lic that an increase in the cost| ers were women, looking oyer in-
of living at least for the balance| tended purchases with that met-
of the year jvil! not exceed two iculous care that few men can
points. achieve. sa

As regards flour which is im- Over the gents suiting depart-
ported almost solely from Cana-|â„¢ent a clerk was refolding a bolt
ca, the Government expiained| of blue cloth, and two men were
that this commodity will be pur-| inspecting a piece of pin-striped
chased on Government account| brown. ‘ ;
and a stabilised price is as-|, 4 large case was being lifted
sured the public by the opera- from the furniture department
tion of the flour stabilisation fund.

ment a few

chases.

were making pur-
Although Government will




















to race ticket selling.

cate yesterday, there is always a
chance of selling the first prize in
the Big Sweep. at

with people when one is a race
ticket seller, thinks Harmans, or

that way.

had no intention of buying a

In the women's linen depart-j



Q.C. GIRLS ARE
KEEN ON GYM

APART from the educational studies at Queen’s Col-
lege, a keen interest is taken in the physical education of
the girls

When the “Advocate” visited the College yesterday,
the fifth and fourth forms were enjoying a practice game
of netball, while in the Hall, others were enjoying a less

strenuous activity—a Greek Rhythmic dance.



The girls are very keen on their
| physical work and always enjoy
their lessons. The juniors have
E sort of physical training

LOOKING TO THE
FUTURE

“Tilness is liable to throw
anybody off his balance, but
it should not be accepted as
a valid excuse for running
away from life in the fu-
ture,”

Compton Mackenzie, the
famous novelist. in a
BBC talk on “The En-
joyment of Living.”

three times a week and this is
divided into games, gymnastics
and dancing whereas the seniprs
have their training twice a week
and either have dancing and
games or gymnastics and games.

For games, they specialise in
netball, but although a cricket
club run by the girls themselves
has been in existence for some-
time, cricket is now going to be
played as a school game along
with netball.

The girls are instructed by Mrs,
E. M. Wotton who was trained at
Liverpool Physical Training Col-
lege and who also holds a Diploma
of Physical Education from Lon-
don University.

Barbados Needs
More Hotels
T.C.A. MANAGER

(From Our Own Correspondent)

PORT-OF-SPAIN.
Mr.» Wil'iam Stuart, Trans-
Canada Airlines Station Manager
Seawell Airport, Barbados,
stated here, that hotel accommo-
dation in Barbados was inadequate
to cope with the Canadian tourist
traffic. “The only means of
remedying the present situation is
to enlarge the present hotels and
erect new ones”, he said. Speak-
ing of the traffic of Trans-Canada
Airlines through Barbados, he
said, “The traffic is quite good, be-
cause Canadians find Barbados a
good tourist mecca’.

Due to repairs being carried out
at the airport, it is reported that
the plane service will be held up
for three weeks.



Ticket Selling

Is Fun

JOHN HARMANS has been a
race ticket seller for over 12 years
now and he likes his job. He is
only 38, but he said he never
learnt a trade and after years of
“getting a two hour job here and
another there,” he decided to take



Harmans gets sufficient out of
his selling to keep himself and a
small family. He told the Advo-

One has to know how to deal

eleo one would never get any
tickets sold. It is not shouting out
a number that sells the ticket.
He gets an average of four books
sold during the course of a day.
He roves about the town, as he
said there was more to be gained

There is pleasure in the work,
too, he said. for he often cannot
restrain a chuckle when he at last
persuades a person whom he knew

ticket, to buy one.

ADMITTED TO
PROBATE

THE WILL of the late Charles
L. Elder was admitted fo probate
by His Honour the Chief Judge,
Sir Allan Collymore, in the Court
of Ordinary yesterday. The Chief
Judge allowed the re-sealing of
the will of Arthur Henry Easty,
late of Canterbury, England.

The Chief Judge granted the
petition of Albertha Lashley of
Applewhaites, St. George. to the
estate of John H. D. Lashley,

The petitioner was represented
by Mr. J. S. B. Dear. instructed by
Messrs. Hutchinson & Banfield.

Jamaicans Want To
Go To Liberia

(From Our Own Correspondent)
KINGSTON.

Interest‘in Liberia has increased
in Jamaica in the past few years
and several Jamaican families
have emigtated to that country.
Enquiries are still being made
locally for information about the
country.

The Jamaica Government an-
nounced this week that in view of
persistent interest in African emi-
gration by Jamaicans, official er
quiries are being made in that
Continent, particularly in Ethi-
opia and Liberia for information
on immigration p-ospects in those





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countries.

An official release said, however
that while the Government would
supply whatever information was
gleaned to would-be emigrants,

Upstairs in the Restaurant the|
stools before the ice cream counter |
were nearly all occupied with
people sipping creams of various
shades, and getting a respite from



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PAGE FIVE.



Obituary
Capt. J. B. Howell

THE death of Capt. John Bruce
Howe l,O.B E., V.D. occurred at
| his residence East Wind, Rockley,
Cowen morning at the age of

John Bruce Howell was the son
of John Simpson Howell a former
Colonial Treasurer of this island.

He was educated at Harrison
College and entered the Civil
Service at an early age. He was

} appointed a clerk in the Treasury
and later transferred to the
Co’onial Secretariat where he
spent most of his years in the
service and where his work won
him not merely recognition but
distinction. He had the distinction
to act as Governor’s Aide-de-camp
on several occasions and _ his
methodical work and_ soldierly
bearing suited him to the post.
But there was other services to be
done and J. B. Howell was called
upon to do much of it.

During the first World War he
acted as Inspector of Police whil-
he was still an officer in the Bar-
bados Volunteer Force. Later he
was appointed Manager of the
Government Saving's Bank and
Income Tax Commissioner in 1925
when that office was not then in
the top fl ght of posts in the Civil
Service and its duties had been
varried out by people holding
other appointments or even retired
persons. It was during this time
that he failed to achieve one ambi-
tion and fill the post of Colonial
Treasurer once held by his father.
He failed to gain election against
the late Mr. H. W. Lofty

Capt Howell was of ‘ the
reserved type and his so'dierly
}and aristocratic bearing gave him
an air of austerity; but behind
\this he was of a gentle manner
and kindly disposition.

He leaves a widow and
children to whom deepest
pathy wll be extended .



four
sym-



meats
’ 2 >
Election Battle
, e iy
For City Council
(From Our Own Correspondent)
PORT-OF-SPAIN
The City Council Election bat-
tle for November has started
There are more than 12 candi-
dates so far, including three o
the outgoing ones, but not count-
ing nominations still to be made
by most of the political parties
Not seeking re-election are Hon
Victor Bryan who defeated Hon
Albert Gomes in 1947 and Coun-
cillor George Francie-Lau, who
got* his seat a8 Political Progress
Group representatives. The other
three-term expiring councillors
are Mr. Lionel Monsegue, Mr
Michael Lee Lung and Mr. C. B
Mathura. One woman Mrs, V
Hunte, wife of Mr. Hunte, As-
sistant Manager of the Co-opera-
‘tive Bank, will be a candidate
ifor the North Eastern County
She is sponsored by the Carib-
bean Socialist Party.





123% Tax Free
Dividend On T’dad
Petrol Shares

(From Ofr Own Correspondent)
PORT-OF-SPAIN
Trinidad Petroleum Develop-
ment Company were informed
from London of a final dividend
on ordinary shares of 12% per
cent tax free making 16% _ per
cent. tax free for the year. This
dividend is the same as that for
last year,



THIEF PUT} ON BOND

Twenty-eight-year-old Elsie
Jackman of Collymore Rock was
yesterday put on a bond to kee»
the peace for 3 months by His
Worship Mr. E. A. McLeod. The
Magistrate found her guilty of
having stolen 17/8 from Robert
Docherty on Thursday. Jackman
was later charged with the theft
of a ring before the same Magis-
trate,

WANDERING GERMANS

(From Our Own Correspondent)

PORT-OF-SPAIN
Two German youths, Arnolc
Warchan, and Karl Vogt, arrived
in the colony on board the French
passenger ship “Carimere” hoping
to reach America. They were re-
fused leave to land. They suffer-

ed the same fate at Barbados.

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Ritual Killings |
Terrify Basutos |

}
|
; LONDON. }
Sensational details of
killings in Basutoland are
to be unfolded shortly by
Commonwealth Relations Office
For many months the natives
of Basutoland have been terrified.
Their fears haunt them as they
go about their daily work in the
kraals, At night they hardly dare
go to sleep.
For they do not know when
and where the medicine killers
will strike next.

likely
ot

As soon as the alarm of the
Basutos reached London the
Government sent 46 year old
Gwilym Iwan Jones, a Cam-

bridge lecturer on anthropology,
to find out what it was all about,

He soon discovered that the
victims were selected from all
ages and classes. The natives
blame witch doctors, but the

witch doctors swear they are noi
responsible.

From his dossier of 93 medi- |
cine murders and from court
records going back to 1895, Jones
obtained evidence — that the
murders were carefully planned
The victims died so that parts of
their bodies could be used in a
“magic” ritual,

Cut Apart Alive

The crime is generally com-
mitted by q group of people —
in one case as many as 60 —
most of whom take part in the
murder and the subsequent cut-
ting of the body.

The parts of the body wantec
for medicine must be taker
while the victim is alive. He is
then slain, otherwise the ‘“medi-
cine” would not be effective

It has been ascertained that
two classes of peopie in Basuto-
land commit medicine murders |
A few do it for gain — witch
doctors wanting flesh for their
magic, Others seize the chance of
making money by killing some-
one and selling his flesh, One
victim recently fetched $280 and
another man sold his stepson.

Travelling between kraals by
car, horse and plane, Jones was
eble to interview many hundreds
of. natives,

He believes that ritual kill-
ings will go on, and that fear
will continue to haunt the Basu-
fos, till their minds can be



disabused of the theory _ that
human flesh has magic healing
properites,

LN.S.



Jamaica Picks
Representatives
For W..1. Conference

(From Our Own Correspondent)
KINGSTON.

Mr. L. C. Bloomfield, and Mr.
A. M. W. Douglas, members of
the House of Representatives,
have been selected by the House
to represent Jamaica at the fourth
session of the West Indian Con-
ference to be held in Curacao in
November,

At the same time the House has



‘,

mante as the colony's candidate
te the panel of names from which
the unofficial members of the
British Section of the Caribbean

Mr. Bloomfield is Chairman 0}
the House Committee on Agricul-
ture and Mr. Douglas is a Solici-
tor. They will be accompanied by
the Acting Director of Agricul-
ture and a member of the Eco-
nomic Section of the Secretaria.
Staff.

* .
5-Year Training
Plan For

* e ‘
Civil Servants

(From Our Own Correspondent)

PORT-OF-SPAIN
A local scheme to train nev
entrants and junior members o
the Customs and Excise Depart-
ment, has been recommended tc
the Government by the Training
committee which recently drew
up a five-year plan for the Train-
ing of Trinidad Civil servants.
it has been pointed out that this
lepartment will only be able to
provide training for officers of
ligher ranks of the Colonial De-
yartments, and have offered in-
stead a special course for train-

ing instructors who would take
charge of local training schemes

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absorb increased cost the fierce October sun. the Government has not yet taken
Government expressed the! The elevator shaft was resting! decision ‘to assist financially in
hope for home reduction in ex-| at the bottom floor and the young | any emigration scheme
port prices of Canadian goods,| operator was waiting to see if any-| A Liberian Consulate has been ”
viewing this as a pfobability in| one wanted to go up higher. Near | opened in Kingston and first Hon-
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PAGE SIX



THE aoe RANGER

CATTLE'S BEEN POISONED AN! HIS FENCES CUT.
WHEN I SAW THAT MASK, I THOUGHT YOU rer
THE CRITTER, S01 OPENED FIRE!

ao

WAY IT'S BEEN



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OEATH SHOT IN THE BACK!



THE VENGEANCE OF inc G008F ibn

+ BESIDES — WHO WOULD BELIEVE SUCH A
TALL STORY >. . DON’T FORGET -YOU AND





(WERE BoTH émpLoveo BY THE LATE
SCORPION OURSELVES !




HE ALSO SAVED
OUR LIVES, 60 1M
HANDING HIM OVER
TO THE POLICE.















YOU ARE GOING TO
iy DS US....?

(KH

A COP AHEAD!
=| STOP THE TRUCK! }-

I MUST EXAMINE
YOUR VEHICLE!




THE KIDNAPPERS, SLIM AND SHORTY
THINKING THE STARS ARE DEAD,
WHAT IF THEY ARE DEAD?
ote KNOWS BUT US? WE CAN STILL
COLLECT THE RANOM CANT WE?

~NAP, THE DIRECTOR, A









he FAR: KIDNAPPED IN THE
JUNGIE HOLLYWOOD STARS RITA LANA
AND CARY GARY ESCAPE FROM THEIR

CAPTORS: DURING A CANNIBAL ATTACK: YOU KNOW THEY'LL

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BIRTH
BRANDBORD—To Bran and Enid, at
theix residence, Hastings, Christ Church

The gift of a son
7.10.50—1in

ntl ate we

DIED

BANFIELD—Last night at his residence
‘Willsbury” Hastings JOS EPH
LEONARD (Tossy) late Head Clerk
of Cave Shepherd’s Footwear Dept
The Funeral leaves his late residence
at 4 p.m. (sharp) to-day for St
Matthias Church, Friends are asked
to meet at the church and thence to
the Westbury Cemetery where inter-
ment will take place.

Isabelle (mother B) wife,.Joyce (daugh-

‘ sh Leonard, Tom, Lionel (sons).

10 50.





;



WE, the undersigned take this oppor-
tunity to thank those who attended tne
funeral, sent wreaths, and in othe.
Ways expressed their sympotny in ou
recent bereavement occasioned by the
death of our dear beloved ALEATEA
JANE CARRINGTON. ‘

Ellen Carringtan, Lottice Roett, Mich
ae! Symmonds.

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REFRIGERATOR—One Norge in good
order. Any reasonable offer will be
accepted. For particulars Phone 2330.

7.10.50—2n.

WASHING MACHINE — One Canadian
Easy Spindrier Washing Machine ‘vith







One hand operated BACON SLICING
MACHINE. Apply B. V. Scott & Co..
Ltd., Whitepark. 13,.9.50—t.f.n

RECORD CHANGERS Automatic b>
Garrard, from $38.70 to $54.84, while they

last. A Barnes & Co., Lid., Dial 355y
24.9,.50—tif.n

LIVESTOCK

PUPPIES—Bull Mastiff, one male and







two females, excellant breeding. Price
3100.00, Call Mrs. K. D. Edwards,
4145. 7.10, 50—2n



PUPPIES—Male Bull Terrier Pupryes
7 weeks’ old. $4.00 and $3.00 eath
Apply “Somerset”, Upper Belmont Ra.

vi ae 22.9.

9.50—2n.
POULTRY

TURKEYS— 3 White Turkeys (2 cocks,
1 hen) for breeding purposes. For par-
ticulars. Dial 8462. 6.10.50—3n.









MISCELLANEOUS
MEN’S SHIRTS — Largest m

of Men's Shirts in town. All je
ANCE” all Guaranteed all attractively
priced. If for any reason your shirt
displeases you, it can be returned to us
at_no cost whatever to you.
ROYAL STORE, High Street.
. 28.9.50 -8n

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.

FOR RENT

FLOWER DEW, Maxwell Coast —
Fully Furnished. 3 Bed Rooms and all
Modern _ Conveniences. Telephone,
Fridge, Radio, Garage, Servants’ Rooms,
and large ace for Kitchen Garden.}
Linens and Silver if required. Enquire
next door Hilton

Maxwell Road
MR. L. GONSALVES.
5.10.50,—4n,

SPACIOUS OFFICE — Marhill Street,

Apply
w. B. 4484.
1,.10.50-—-fn

















TANGLIN — Beachmont, Bathsheba,
October onwards, monthly or otherwise,
3 double bedrooms with single Simmons
bedsteads, children's room, dining room

a lounge. Refrigerator, garage.
servant's room, Apply: Howe. ng
3626 8.50—t.f.n



PERSONAL

The public are hereby warned against
givin credit to my wife ERMINE
BRATHWAITE (nee Sealey) as I do not
hold myself responsible for her or any-
one else cantracting any debt or debts
in my name unless by a written order
signed by me.

(Sgd.) ALBERT BRATHWAITE,
Bearcroft Road
Carrington’s Village,
St. Michael.
7.10, 50—2n





NOTICE
BARBADOS.
IN THE ASSISTANT COURT
APPEAL

OF
Re Workmen's Compensation Act, 1943.

Notice is hereby given that Cleve-
land Bynoe of Near Kingsland, Silver
Hill, Christ Church employed by Messrs.
J. N. Harriman & Co., Ltd. as a Ser-
viceman at Seawell Airport was run
over by a Caterpillar Tractor at Sea-
well and died as a result of the injury
and that Compensation has been paid
into Court.

All Dependants of the above-named
deceased are hereby required to ap-
pear at the Assistant Court of Appeal
on Wednesday the 18th day of October
1950 at 10 o'clock a.m.

Dated this 5th. day of October 1950.

I. V. GILKES.
Ag. Clerk A.C. A
7.10.50—2n.

LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE

The application of Walter Davis, holder
of Liquor "No. 503 of 1950 granted
to Josephil Andrews in respect of a
board and shingle shop with shed
attached at Lower Garnet Street, St
Michael, for permission to use
Liquor License &c., at said premises
Lower Garnet Street, St.. Michael

Dated this 5th day of October 19%
To ‘a 5 bg 3

‘0! agistrate, Dist. “A”.

oe . Signed E. BARKEt

for Applicant

N.B.—This application will be con-
sidered at a Licensing Court to be held
at Police Court, District “A, on Mon-
day, the 16th day of October, 1950, at

11 o'clock, a.m.
E. A. McLEOD,

Police Magistrate, Dist. “A
7.10.50—In

LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE

The application of Ianthe Jordan.
holder of Liquor License No. 1013 of
1950 granted to Godfrey Murrell in
respect of No. 67 Roebuck Street, City,
for permission to use said Liquor License
&ec., at the bottom floor of a 2 storey
wall building at Bay Street, corner of
Beckles Road, St. Michael

Dated this 4th day of October, 1950.
To E. A. MeLEOD Esqr.,

Police Magistrate, Dist. “A.”

Signed G. MURRELL
for Applicant

N.B.—This application will be con-
sidered at a Licensimg Court to be held
at Police Court, District “A”, om Mon-
day, the 16th day of October, 1950, at

11 o’clock, a.m.
E. A, McLEBOD,
Police Magistrate, Dist. “A
7.10.0—Iin





PUBLIC NOTICES

Secrets

Fe LONDON, Sept. 7

: fore than 4,500 British house-

‘The COTTAGE GIFT SHOP - '| wives have been asked by the Guv-

13th October next from wi/@rnment how they spend the

a.m. to 6.30 p.m. Crackers, Xmas tree! family budget.

coeeresee. children’s annuals, an? Tyeir names were selected at

loys. So a very good selection of at- . : :
random from local lists by the

trective and useful gifts.”

Government Social Survey office
jin London. The investigation is
being conducted because the

; Government wants a general pi
Applications for the Post of Parochial . § pic-
Treasurer for the Parish of St. Philip, ture of the spending and standard
will be received by me not later than| of living of different families.
Saturday Tth October 1950. Applicants; Fach of the housewives has

must furnish Birth Certificate, Medica! A “
Certificate, and Testimonials, and save qa) been sent a letter and a book in

general knowledge of Bookkeeping. | which they are asked to note day-
Successful Applicant must reside '" to-day expenses for a week, in-



| Budget
NOTICE

1.10.50--6n

NOTICE



the Parish, and be prepared to take! .
up duties on the 25th of October, 1950 | cluding all bills paid.
All applications to be sent to— These facts will be collected and
D. D. CO ee a eile the results of the survey will be
* 30.9.50—sn. | Published next year.



ae letter signed by Director
o e Survey, L. Moss, says:
NOTICE “We realize of course, that we

Applications for one or more vacant are asking rather a lot of you and
St. Michael's Vestry Exhibitions at the oe z A Seege
Si: Michels Gi’ Sekool. will po | other families we are writing to.
received by the Clerk of the Vestry up | Keeping a complete record of
to 4 o'clock p.m. on Friday 13th Octo-/ one’s spending takes both time
trouble. Nevertheless, we

ber 1950. , a

Candidates must be the daughters of , @" , ess
parishioners in straitened circumstances} hope that you will be willing to
and must not be less than eight (8) nor} give us your help.”
more than twelve (12) years of age OM; = «A1) information

the Sist July, 1951, to be proved by a 1 will be
Baptismal Certificate which must accom. | treated as confidential,” a mem-

pany the . ber of the Social Survey staff
panrente and/or Guardians will be nott- | cnid, “Past experience has shown
where the Examination will be held. | that people are willing to an-

Forms of application can be obtanea | ow, i ir s d-
from the Vestry Clerk's Office. \ nein about their spend
) N.S.

Guerillas Attack
French Outposts

Clerk, St. Michael's Vestry
1.10.50—-7n
SAIGON, Oct, 6.
The French Army announced







Public Official Sale | ©

(The Provost Marshal's Act 1904
(1904-6) 30) '
ON FRIDAY the 13th day of October, |
1950, at the hour of 2 o'clock in the . s 3
afternoon will be sold at my office 10; Vietminh guerillas were attacking

to-day that several battalions of} University Graduate.



!

Barclays Hank

(Dominion, Colonial
And Overseas)

BARBADOS, B.W.1.
RATES OF EXCHANGE
COUNTER RATES |
6th October, 1950, |

, Ist. Bulletin

|







SELLING LONDON BUYING
4.8125 90 Days Sight 4.7225
4.8175 60 o » 4.7375
4.8225 16/30 ,, 4.7550
ais. » 4.7625 :
Ww. . a oe ;
4.240 4.7750 a
(Min.-24¢.) Sight (Min, 2 3
(Min,- $1,)Cable 4.7790
Coupons 4.70
(Min. 1/-Â¥
4.8240 Bank of Eng- j
land |
(Min.-12¢c.) Notes 476 }
NEW YORK j
724/10% pr. Cheques on
Bankers 70 6/10% pr.
Sight or Demand
Drafts 70 4/10% pr.
724/10% pr. Cable |
71% pr Currency 69% pr.
Coupons 68 4/10% pr
50% pr. Silver 20% pr |
CANADA |
635/10% pr. Cheques on |
Bankers 60 9/10% pr
Demand
Drafts 60.75% pr.
Sight Drafts 606/10% pr.
635/10% pr. Cable
62% pr. Currency 59 4/10% pr.
Coupons 58 7/10% pr.
50% pr. Silver 20% pr
INTER-COLONTAL
4% pr. Demand ‘e%_ dise.
(Min. 25.) (Min. 25¢ |
4% pr. Cable
(Min.-50c.)
Coupons 1%% disc
(Min 25c.) 5
BAHAMAS 7
482.50 Demand 477.50
Cable
JAMAICA 2
1%
(Min. 25c.) Demand 477% |
(Min. 25¢e.)
481% (Min.- Cable
50c.)
Bermuda Notes $4.56 or 19/- to £1
Bolivares 48%c
The above Rates are subject to change
without notice,
MISCELLANEOUS





INDIVIDUAL COACHING by English
School Certificate
and Commercial. Proof-Reading, Typing
and Stencilling efficiently and quickly

the highest bidder for any sum not under} small French outposts at several] executed

the appraised value—All that certain
piece of Land containing by admeasure-
ment 8400 Square Feet situate in the
parish of Christ Church at NAVY
GARDENS butting and bounding on
lands of Egbert Welch, of Mrs. Carol
on a private road called Nelson Road,
and on another private road called
Ventnor Road together with the mes-
suage or Dwelling House thereon callea
“Radcourt” Buildings, &c., appraised as
follows:—The ae property appraised

points along the 38 mile sector on
the frontier with Communist
China near Langson,

The section involved is 40 miles
between Langson and the outpost
130 miles north of Hanoi.

Attacks concerted but not on
a large scale were evidently de-
signed to harass the French

POUNDS (£30500,0.) Attached’ trom |OPeration in evacuating Caobang
WHEYMAN ARNETT GRIFFITH for! garrison about 25 miles northwest

and towards satisfaction &c.
N.B.—25% Deposit to be paid on day

of purchase.
T. T. HEADL®£Y,
Provost Marshal.
28 .9.50—?n

;of Tha Khe.

One small French outpost on
the Tha Khe-Langson sector has
withdrawn to another position
after attacks by guerillas in which
several were killed.

An army spokesman said that
advance elements evacuating Cao-
bang, the garrison of the Foreign
Legion Moroccan Vietnamese
troops, had now marched behind,
covering far from Tha Khe which
was occupying defensive positions
They were still encountering
Vietnam resistance.



PUHLIC SALES
AUCTION



UNDER THE SILVER
HAMMER





By recommendations of Lloyds Agents The spokesman also reported
we will sell on. TUESDAY 10th at | increased guerilla activity about
our Mart, 17 Street. >

1 English Pino, 40 Oil Stoves, 2|75 miles from Saigon. —Reuter.
Leather Bags, 2 Wash Basins, 1 Sink, -

12 Tins Baking Powder, 1 Lot Tin

Cans, 1 Tin Veg. Paste, 1 Lot Distem-
ver (Oil Bound Paste).
Sale 12.30 o'clock, Terms Cash

BRANKER, TROTMAN & CO.



QUALIFIED SHIRT MAKERS. Apply |
Auctioneers, | Reliance Shirt Factory.
7.10.50—2n. 28.9.50—2n
soemepanerepeenet reesitinppenssniesneninmeen anion als
REAL ESTATE



A WALL HOUSE — With shop at-
tached, water and electricity installed
at Hothersal Turning. Apply to F. R
Bryan, Old Post Office, Market Hill,
or Cuthbert Thorne, Pasture Road, Bank
Hall. 30.9,50—6n.

HOUSE—Double roof board and
shingled house, shed roof and verandah
attached, situated at Arthur Seat,
5t. Thomas. For inspection apply
next door, or George Lewis, Tudor
Street. House to be removed two
weeks after day of sale.

Attention is drawn to the Con
ment) Order, 1950, No, 31 which
Gazette of Monday, 2nd October, 1



lene” is as follows: —

ARTICLE
7.10.50—3n

ENTERPRISE HOUSE and out build-
ings standing on 1% acres of land in
Christ Church, and dwelling house stand-
ing on 7 acres of land at Enterprise,
Christ Church, adjoining the above
mentioned premises.

The above mentioned premises will be
set up for sale by Mrs, Lucas.

Enquire on Premises. 5.10. 50—6n





Gasolene

Note: —Owing to a rise in the basi



“GLENCOE,” Corner of Kensington
New Road, Fontabelle. The House con-
tains 1 Closed Gallery, 1 Drawing and
Dining Room, 2 Bedrooms, Kitchenette,
Toilet and Bath. 6,200 sq. ft. of land
There are several Coconut and_ Bread
Fruit Trees in the yard, also a Garage.
Dial 3412. 5.10,50—8n .

Following the decision to clos

LAND—About 11,000 square feet of
land at NAVY GARDENS, Christ

Chureh, walled three sides, act quickly:

basis,



GOVERNMENT NOTICES

number of vessels, including tugs, tenders, barges and other
cellaneous small boats ,and a considerable amount of machinery and
equipment are to be, sold in Bermuda.
It is considered that the vessels and machinery available are
too numerous and varied to sell in Bermuda alone.

MIMI GOODING — Tel. 8538.
19.9.50.--16n.

ORIENTAL

(ARTICLOS) GOODS!
CURIOS, JEWELLERY,
SILKS

THANES

Pr. Wm, Hry. St. DIAL 3466









Your Every Day
Toilet Lotion...

uMaLENE

“Cooling and Refreshing as a
1 Breath of Spring”
The Manufacture of Limolene,
finds work for Fellow Barbadians
18 to 67c. at Your Dealer











trol of Prices (Defence) (Amend-
will be published in the Official
950.

2. Under this order the maximum retail selling price of “Gaso-

RETAIL PRICE ;
(not more than) {
aie ahibindiihies
59c. per gallon

—————

c costs and freight rates on petro-

leum products the price of gasolene has had to be increased,

—1.10.50—2n.



SALE OF CRAFT, MACHINERY ETC. AT H.M. DOCKYARD,
BERMUDA.

e H.M. Dockyard in Bermuda, a
mis-

Purchase will be on a tender

a good buy. Dial 2947, ARCHER is listed in a schedule which: is available
Src EneTk. “Auctioneer. 2. This floating stock is listed 1 ee eae
7,10.50—1n.| to interested persons for perusal at the Colonial Secretary's ce,
LAND—Approximately 1. acre of Barbados,
land suitable for building at Rockley 7.10.50—2n.
new Road. (near Golf Club). Apply
Sydney Lashley, Lashleys’ Limited

OS DOI EOC CEES SSIOOOS

HAVE YOU GOT A ‘

7.10.50—4n

LAND—At Road View, St. Peter on
the sea where there is safe and excel—
lent sea-bathing, is 72,000 square feet
of lamd with sufficient sea frontage w
accommodate two or more houses. Price





COLD or COUGH
faa ot lel. TR ec Deemeys IF sO TRY
ileep ents Banik, “Slt
Magazine Lane. ¥ A t0.50—3n! BROWNE'S

*‘ LYNSTED—WNewly built Bungalow CERTAIN COUGH
in Navy Gardens standing on 12,185
Square feet of land.

Apply to Reverend W. E Dash.
Inspection any day from 4—6 p.m. ex-
cept Sundays. Telephone No. 2927.

7.10.50—4n.



“MARYVILLE,”—Black Rock,
ing, dining, sitting, @ bedrooms, 2
rervants rooms and large garage, usual
conveniences. Apply Messrs Carrington
& Sealy, Lucas Street or Phone 3619

after 5 p.m. 7.10.50—1in.
one pict relianitiniad eens i

NEW BUNGALOW-—Built of Block
Stone 3 bedrooms, with wash basins,
electric light and running water within.
standing on 8,000 sq. ft.» wall enclosed
Situated at Worthing, near Golf Club.
Apply: Norman Alleyne, “Amity Lodge”.
For further particulars dial 8164.

5.10.50—4n

>
>
The Unique Remedy fer oughs,
Colds, Bronchitis, Sor. Throst,
Hoarseness, Bronchial Asthma,
Whooping Cough, Disease of the »
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Chest and Lungs, etc., etc.





4,

ae esata aageentalin menses

Cc. CARLTON BROWNE :
Wholesale & Retail Druggist
136, Roebuck St. Dial 2813

bie ollie se ciihiasiaee lana







PROPERTY—That desirable property
known as Mizpah at Belmont Road, near
to the Schools, Church and Bridgetown
The house which is in perfect order has
Gallery, Drawing and Dining Rooms,
Breakfast room, three Bedrooms,
Kitehen, Water toilet and Bath. Py ce
reasonabie. Apply we DrArcy A
Scott, Magazine Lane,

7.10.50—3n.

New and Renewed

FURNITURE



IN CEDAR AND MAHOGANY
The undersigned will set up for sale Stylish! Lasting! Comfortabie
at their Office, No. 17 High Street, AT MONEY SAVING PRICES

Bridgetown, on Friday the 13th day of

October, at 2 p.m, Streamlined Vanities and Stools,




: The sonst or eee as. Simpler Dressing Tables, Be:

ng on ee! s steads in 4 sizes. Full panel

Ups mosuck » above the Mora- and railed Wardrobes, Drone r~
om ea applica! to Mr. tobes, Linen Presses and Chests—

of-Drawers.

Branch, at the Joiner's Shop opposite,

any day except Sunday.
For further particulars and conditions
of sale apply to:—
COTTLE CATFORD & CO.
5.10.50.—8n.

Morris Horseback, Strgmlined
end straight-lined Suiies and
separate pieces, Bergere, Tub and
Rush Suites and separate pieces
Upright and Armchairs.

Diming, Luncheon and Kitchen

Tables, China, Kitchen and Bed—
room Cabinets. Sideboards, Wag-

SUPERB!

gons, Larders.

° DESKS in several sizes, flat a

: hat ss a 6, flat and
oe w nae sloping tops, Single and Double
ey say when Heuvy—duty Chairs
hey see

HE NEW GAS COOKERS
hey are just right

L.S. WILSON

TRAFALGAR 8ST

FOR THE HOME THAT PREFERS
THE BEST

ONE ONLY LEFT | DIAL





4069 j































WE CAN SUPPLY

Pkgs, Cornflakes,
» Puffed Wheat,
» Rolled Oats
Tins Rolled Oats,
Pkgs. Icing Sugar,
» Brown & Polson
Blancmange
» Birds Jellos.

Tins Patent Barley
» Seed Barley
; » Nestea
» Peanuts



» Duffs Custard Powder
» Pineapple Jam
» Pineapple Juice
» Tomato Soup
Slabs of Bacon
Tins Oxtail Soup.
Eschalot per tb

STUART & SAMPSON
LID.

Headquarters for Best Rum.

COLLECTION OF
RENTS.



I beg to notify the General
Public that I have added to
my business 2 rent collecting
department, and shall be
glad to undertake the collect-
ing of all rents whether
small or great,

Strict attention
paid to all.

will be

D'ARCY A. SCOTT,
Magazine Lane. Dial 3743

REAL ESTATE

If you are interested in
selling or buying properties,
Houses or land. see D’Arc)
A. Scott, Magazine Lane





ee ce ta at hl il lta tactics

NEW STOCK OF

BYMIN AMARA
LIQUID PARAFFIN SYRUP OF FIGS,







i referential treatment





The West India and the
Royal Albert Docks of the Port
of London Authority are equip
ped with modern mechanical
appliances for off - loading

tananas ; escalators (as shown)

ual moving belts for the
juunaican varicty, trays for the

tore tender Canaries

Panynes. and fruits of all kinds,
like’ gl cargoes shipped to th
Vor of

London, benefit by

expert handling and storage

Jor Bananas at the
a en > “Wij,





They have the advantage of
arriving at the largest consumer
market in the word—London.
This facility available to banana
shippers, symbolises the com-
prehensive service offered by

the P.L.A., covering every field
of international trade,



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Colman’s Mustard

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SHIPPING NOTICES

MONTREAL







AUSTRALIA NEW ZEA-

LAND LINE LIMITED
(M.A.N.Z, LINE)

8. “PORT WELLINGTON”
rbados September 27th





The M.V.



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arrivi.
me cept cargo and passengers for










and
DA COSTA & CO. L&D
Barbados, B.W.1

8.8. “GLOUCESTER” sails Freeman- Dominica, Antigua, Montserrat,
tle August 3ist, Adelaide September 1{th, ea, ee. ee
Devonport September 15th, Melbourne Friday 6th.
| September 23rd, Sydney 30th September
| Brisbane October 4th, arriving at Bar- ‘The M.V. “Deerwood” wit se
jt ee November 4th -— eae Pay 3 en en wae

1ese vessels have amph a a. ee, ae
chilled, hard frozen and Beisel cabae and Aruba Sailing ‘Tharstey

c accepted on through bills ef Ost. Gh.
lading = transhipment at Trinidad
for Darbados, British Guiana, W. - We
ward and Leeward Islands. we ee ee

For further particulars apply :— Asso. (Inc),

FURNESS WITHY & CO. LTD,
Trinidad, B.W.1, Tel. No. 4047





LINE

OUTWARD FROM THE UNITED KINGDOM





<—T AO

Vessel From Leaves ~ Due
5.8 “GEOLOGIST” Liverpool 30th Sept. learoot
S.S. “LLOYDCREST” London. 10th Get. 27th Oct.
8.S. “OREGON STAR” .. Liverpool 20th Oct 5th- Nov.
§.S. “BEDFORD EARL” London, 25th Oct. 16th.Nov.
§.S,. “SETTLER” Liverpool & -
Glasgow. 28th Oct. 1ith Nov.
HOMEWARD FOR THE UNITED KINGDOM...
Vessel Por Closes in Barbados
S.S. “MOONCREST” .. London 10th October.
For further information apply to— .

DACOSTA & CO., LTD.—Agents

\@ ALcoa, oe

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: Arr.
H N.O. Bdoe
S.8. “LIBERVILLE” 28th Sept 12th Oct
NEW YORK SXRVICE
sails Arr.
Ss BYFJORD’ poe pe
s.§ “BYFI . 29th Sept
$8. “Cc. G. THULIN” 13th Oct 2 ct
CANADIAN SERVICE
SOUTHBOUND
Sails Sails ive:
Name of Ship Montreal Halifax sirbeaes
8.8. “ALCOA PRG ‘ Sept. 22nd Sept hth October &t
5.8. “ALCOA PIONEER" October Tth October 10th October oo
a
NORTHBOUND
Arrives
‘ Barbados
S.S. “ALCOA PARTNER” October 7th For St. JOHN, St. Lawrence
avai Re River Ports.
“A” Steamer October 21st For St, Lawrence Riv ts.
‘A” Steamer October 3ist For St, Lawrence River Ports:
These vessels have limited passengers accommodation



Apply: DACOSTA & CO,, LTD.—Canadian Service.
ROBERT THOM LTD,.--New York and Guif Service,



Yor Hardware of every Description

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PAGE EIGHT SATURDAY, OCTOBER 7,

1950
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Commonwealth X1
Score 344—7
WORRELL 87

BOMBAY, Oct, 6.
West Indies Test cricketer Frank
Worrell, captaining the Common-

wealth Touring team, today made ,

their top-score of 87, against the
indian Board of Control Presi-
dent’s XI here, the side’s second
three-day match of the tour.

The Commona-
wealth had piled
ip a total of 344
or 7 Wickets at
he close of the
irst day's play

Worrell’s stroke
a lay, particularly
ifter he had
assed his 50. in-
licated the num-
ver of runs likely
o come from his
bat during the
our

Half the Com-
onwealth sic
were out for 22
when the Austra-
lian Ken Grieves



F. WORRELL
and Bruce Dooland came together
and put on 105 in 82 minutes for

the sixth wicket. Grieves hit 67
and Dooland 58.

The Indian pace bowler Shung-
loo, making the ball lift occasion-
ally, claimed the wickets of Wor-
reli, Laurie Fishlock and Harold
Gimblett.

Sonny Ramadhin is
in the match.

Iso playing

—(Retite.)



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Break From A.A.A,

THE Fifth Series of First and Intermediate division
cricket games and the Seventh Series of Second Division

(From Our Own Corresponden?)

PORT-OF-SPAIN.

The cycling clubs of Trinidad,
with their accredited representa-
tives, refused to turn up at a
conference held by the Amateur
Athletic Association of Trinidad
recently. The cycling clubs held
a meeting among themselves and
agreed by resolution, to sever all
connections with the three A’s as
far as cycling was concerned,

A document sign by 10 ac-
credited cycling clubs of the
Colony, was sent to the three A’s
stating that “no useful purpose
would be served by such dis-
cussion”, for the reason, that “the
Cyclist Union and the Cycling
Board have amalgamated anc
formed themselves into one body
for the proper control of cycling
in Trinidad and Tobago. Official
representatives of cycle clubs,
therefore, cannot attend your
meeting”.















The dispute arose when the
Cyclist Union of Trinidad and
Tobago, (a body formed by the
majority of present cyclists ap-

lied to the National Cyclists’

Inion of Great Britain for af-
filiation, which was granted some-
time in 1949. But on subsequent
representations being made by
the A.AA., this affiliation was
withdrawn. The N.C.U. instruct-
ed the A.A.A. and the C.U. to
get recommendations from the

t authorities of the
Colony certifying which
two should control the sport.
Meanwhile, the N.C,.U, decided
to hold a cycling meeting in
August, 1950, and when the ma-
jority of sypliete signified their
intention of taking part, the
A.A.A, threatened those who in-
tended taking part with sus-
pension from a international
games. The Cyclists’ Union
claimed that the A.A.A. had no
authority to control cycling, as
they themselves were not affiliat-
ed to the N.C.U. It is claimed
by the eyclists here that they
were rapidly losing faith in the
A.A.A. as it was purely an
athletic body and was apparent-
ly ignoring their wishes.



Public Welcome
For Christiani

(From Qur Own Corréspondent)

GEORGETOWN, Oct. 6,

A public welcome is arranged
for Robert Christiani on his ar-
rival home on Saturday. Robert
‘will be welcomed at a function in
the Promenade Gardens at which
the Governor, Sir Charles Woolley
will make a welcome speech and
presentations,

Other prominent persons listed
for speeches include Justice E.
R. L. Ward, Messrs. W. S. Jones
and O. 8S. Wight. The Gardens
‘will be opened to the public from
5.30 to 6.30,

The Militia Band will be in
attendance. The Governor will
arrive at immediately
. races.

Later, the Cricket Board will
entertain Robert as the guest of

honour at a_ ecccktail party at
which the Board will make a
presentation. Garden presenta-

tions will include a cheque from
public subscriptions.

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His Bicycle is as old
as his memories

IF you want to know who was the first man to fly the
Channel or about any other big event during the last 50
years, ask Tom French, 62-year-old driver of a Metropoli-

tan Line train.

As a check Tom refers to the 20-volume

collection of newspaper cuttings and diaries he keeps in
his home at Brecon Road, Hammersmith, W.



Argentina
Will Play At
Wembley

(From VERNON MORGAN)

LONDON, Oct. 7.

A signal honour has been be-
stowed upon the Argentine foot-
all team coming to England in
May. They have been offered a
match in Wembley’s “hallowed”
Stadium.

This stadium is reserved for the
cup final, the England-Scotland
match, when it is played im Eng-
land and other national matches,
International soccer matches are
generally played upon one of the
larger club grounds, usually those
of Arsenal (Highbury), Totten-
ham Hotspurs (White Hart Lane)
or Chelsea (Stamford Bridge).

But on this occasion the year
of the Festival of Britain, the Ar-
gentine side will tread this lovely
smooth grass of Wembley turf—
perhaps the best in the world.

They will be the first foreign
side ever to have done so apart
from the Olympic Games Tourna-
ment and a wartime international
against France,

Originally it was intended to
play the game at Highbury but
this ground only holds 70,000 and
the Football Association later felt
that they could fill Wembley which
holds nearly 100,000, They almost
certainly will, for the reputation
of these Argentine players is very
high in Britain,

The match will be played on
May 9. a date which many soccer
fans have already put in their
note books.

Having watched international
sides in attion including the other
Sottth American teams like Uru-
guay and Brazil it will be inter-
esting to see whether the Argen-
tine claim, that they are the best
side in South America (they did
not play in the world champion-
ships in Brazil) is e¢orrect

Comparison will not, however,
be easy, because it will have to be
borne in mind that the Argentine
players will be performing in
stronger surroundings, perhaps
under conditions entirely differ-
ent from those under which they
have ever played before and in
front of an “opposition” crowd.

Wembley fans are, however, fair
and the visitors are assured of
their full share of the praise if
they warrant it.

Should the Argentines win, they
will be the first foreign team ever
to have beaten England on Eng-
lish soil, with the exception of
Eire. They will obviously be all
out to do so,-—-Reuter.





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Tom, who is called the “memory
man” by his colleagues, began his
collection in 1897 with a descrip-
tion of Blondin crossing Niagara
on a tight-rope.

“I was 10 when I was taken
to Ealing on my father’s shoulders
to see Blondin’s funeral.” Tom
French said to-day,

In another volume you will find
pictures of the “Gorgeous Gussie”
of 1900, a Mrs, Sterry, in the lat-
est tennis outfit—a long-sleeved
white jacket with high collar,
skirt down to the ankles and black
shoes and stockings.

London-Brighton Walker

Another page shows Mistin-
guett, one-time sweetheart of
France and now reputed to be
over 80, smiling for photograph-
ers on the day she insured her
legs for £25,000.

Tom has not only kept news-
paper cuttings of world events
and famous personalities. Since he
was a boy he has written a day-
to-day diary of his own life in
beautiful script.

He also has a 50-year-old record
of important sporting events.

Tom is a keen walker, and has
six times completed the London
to Brighton walk in 24 hours.

“IT kept myself fit these days by
cycling to work,” he says.

But he does not tell you that
his bieyele is as old as his mem-
sries—a renovated 1895 mod#l.

—LE.S.

Rifle Shooting
Today
There will be a practice Shoot)

of the Barbados Rifle Association |
o-day beginning at 12.30 o'clock.

Arthur Peall says:

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F viene Admits |
Russian |
Weight-Lifters|

PARIS, Oct. 6.

Nineteen weightlifters forming
the Russian team in the world
championships to be held here
next week have all been granted
visas to come to France, a Foreign
Office spokesman said today.

It had been earlier reported
from Moscow that their applica-
tions were rejected

—Reuter.







games open to-day at various

grounds.

FIRST DIVISION
k vs. College at the Oval.
Empire at je
Cariton at the Park
Police at Bank Hall
Police at_the Bay.

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Kmopire vs
Wenderers ys
INTERMEDIATE DIVISION
Y.M.P.C. vs, Empire at Beckles Roatt

Windward vs. Wanderers at Congo
Road

Cable & Wireless vs. Pickwick . @
Boarded Hall,

Mental Hospital vs. Spartan at Black
k

SECOND DIVISION

Combermere vs. Pickwick at Comber-
mere.

College vs. Central at College
Feundation vs, Y.M.P.C. at Founda-
von

Regiment vs. Lodge at Garrison.
Cariton vs. Leeward at Carlton
Stumps drawn at 5.45 p.m

t
Following is the position of the

clubs to the end of September:—
First Div. Played Won Lost Won Tost Pts.





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Satarrfa? Orlobrr 7 1J*50 Barbains Mincatc Pri ••; U.N. FORCES READY TO CROSS PARAfetEL "Free" Dollar Stops Salt Fish For Trinidad GOOD STOCKS IN STORE HALIF.-.X, KOT ScotU, Oct G SHIPMENTS of saltod flsh to TrinkUtl Webt Indies, have been suspended, pending clarification of the situation resuJtiTu ada's decision to free the dollar. Halifax exporterreported to-day. The new exchnnee rale automaticallv in< i coit of Canadian Ash to soft currency gn European competition may force exporters to takt the loss in order to hold their maikets one per cent %  — %  Thruwei oelbri Indian eel I from Geoi Mid on Wt it expected move. The Tlil 200 JTOSi ions Ot most coarse i and oats from Russia rather than from the W save dollar-fan. Pram Skipper Returns MA of tbt %  :noun i.l %  I I %  dad via Grenada. Job:. I "Advocate" that Tins i-re given reception in Trinidad and he was very glad to be home again with his family at -i his father, Mi J. N G his wife an' 1 three of their daugh", Michelle. Man and I Aus&ies' Exchange Rates Unchanged CANBERRA. Oct. 6. Prime Minister Robert Men/ief declared in a nationwide broadcast today that no change would be made in Australlf rats He was outlining the QovOTnment's steps to combat rising prices In Australia. Mcnnes said that a >roposal to cushion the effect of Ire extraordinary expansion of Austn a *> %  nsoi Ln> DO In the budget next week —Renter Kiet Canal Workers Strike HA.V.Ill W %  Tb an %  ay ulp%  | lbs nd Hatnuui'g .* I BOIL Lrj hart wid Uial all lock it. ..... central Qermany wars closed ana Europe* largest lock, llllMaHl 1 i MM U ll.mi loaed.. lb) Kul ...n.il bich linktba North B l to be almost ftorrnal %  III Pilot servica o i tba Kibe was .ii o resumed to-night with an %  i ..%  i % %  : the foul Flbe" Ii. baa have, been returned "' their r. larr. Remaining guards %  Mini-Of Hamburg and i ere not affetttrtb> leJrtnsn of a Transport Tiade Union here said to-mglH .(it's fault i. in West Germany w.i Hut West German Labour Mmputt d n -|K>nsibilit> disport Union lirms here accused tne union of jeopardizing trade with I Transport Minister Seebohm today appealed to the strikers to resume work at once.—Renter. ini: sHii'i'iirs IMM.S UoNo Reject Russian Motion Inviting North And S. Koreans To Talks On Korea's Future FLUSHING MEADOWS. Oct. 6. The United Nations, Aggembly to-da) rejected UM Soviet motion to invite both North and South Korean re presentatives to take pert In discussions on Korea's future The resolution reiterating Hussies altitude was defeated by 41 I uilli six .il^tenlions Tin Cotgocll was to consider a plan foi Korea > lutiire which its Political (." %  um *•' iendorsed nn Wrdnesd..g. •mniittee approved the the resoluUon on Korea sponsored by Britain and seven other nations, and rejected that proposed by Russia and her suppotjeri The eight power plan provides that all constituent steps should i'f taken Including the holding of under United Nation. foi establishing a unified. independent and demo c ratic Oov%  %  ml i 1 %  It also provides for a new United Nations Korean Conuni Ihe ocanontk and political recovery, and for all appropriate steps to amure stability ihioughoiii thai wnr-tom country proaloatM Naarollah i'ersia. today called on Iceland as Rapporteur of ihe PoUUeal Ceninrittaa a pn its report on Korea. Kenneth Younger, British deleuatc, said that all who had voted for United Nations laapon al bUltj in Korea should accept ihe eiylit power plan as the "nrsl step townrd4 reatortng to Korea its unity, sovereignty nd bldependence .>i the ...rlusl piNMihle inonienl Korean Unity Planned Younger said military operations I*I Korea were Bolely to fuiiH theaa purpose' and would not ji" berond that "II anyone outside still harbours %  nf doubts on what I have lust • id. if the Central People's (Jovi unenl of China or an. Korea's neighbours still fear that I'niled Nations forces might earn i siiim.. rurthei or remain Ii Korea longer than these limited Objectives demand. I peg Ibeu my solemn %  eaurenii .v ..iIhe powers whose mrcet In Korea that their fears have no fnundatlon. r Youimei said that IhS Soi. resoluUon rejected by the PollUCSj Committee contained SUPerfll la] r<">emblaiieea t ( the eipi | i ii" oved • i and effe. t U was bosea on in Interpret*nor of eventi in "Yot.iiK> i proposed that Thailand %  01 'I W till I i. %  I ua, Chile, I i T.CA. 11 d Is --.'e lion J %  io '%  renuitu i r : .. i.ort time K E D Secretary h | Mr Adams told the Advocate" ;l';i' durlns their slay In Canada had con rid over 1,000 noles ir. visiting Ihe towns and vili %  inalassee was sold an ret v strarut* 'About the only form of reIdXition if you could call It uch." salil Mr Adams, "was admring the surround %  i • nan i .'ii e (rot % %  town to the other It was Uxi early, he continued, (0 ,v aovthliiK definite about their flrMltngs, but he added filing, -With'-ut boa tun. think I can tnithfu.lv say that the four of us know more about molasses than any other human beiiiK in Barbados'" Mr Adams travelled from Trinidad with Skipper John %  rder of Minister of jusi who says he will also ban all organised games on Sunday. No Free U.S. $ For Long Term Rearmament OF BRITAIN LONDON. Oct. V AsiiiNOTON reports thn I Unrted States officials havt Hi "iw free dollars fn. lerm titn.h ree r raemetH set, according to a r i (|v reliable source here :n Ofltee i c y refused to confirm oi "its. but the Amcrlcai believed to I %  %  Bi torn otnelsl b gton These are havtm bilateral talks on Am.lOl l*ie sho I term hiah priortf .•mmmc of Allnnlir 1'nc ii Which II ahead The British state MM i rearm ment i.inns sen |0 Pn lent Truman last Atignes generally understood lo havi Baked America for about tMC 000.000 to assist with the BrKinV lure of cs.flooooooni %  ver thri-c roan In usually IV.II n|.nini'. we. a enuj beliovei irtal i -i-ii.O0O.000 assistance asked for liotii Washington was tin total of requested Amerlrau aid it %  ii raring and not ihe total o uch aid .: III". I.I i npssMnaan dtiuct reports that there had 0000 %  < % %  • v Americans to gran ilars. Time l"i d HI I.I not yet veo h %  out Tin %  postesm leetined ti Carnmenl farther m to make at outright sUlemeiil that the re ports had no basis whatsoever —tssjssg Chile Wants Pact For Armed Farces Against Aggression LAKE SUCCESS. Ocl 6 The U N Political Commute Will next week consider a proposal by Chile that the In make a solemn pat I | unite then effortl and resource including armed lajsveosfon The proposal will come before the committee in n debate beginnlng nn Monday on the Ainernai plan for strengthening the Assembly's powers to act against breaches of the peace when the Security Council I* paralysed by veto. The Chilean revolution |bW proposes mat members nf the United Nations IKInvited f>: 1 Observe all Important resolution' ..f the Security Coum ii and assembly concerning m.iintenanee of peace and security S! Respect fundamental humai rights %  0o-ord to then material human and lechiiiial efforlH nn prOVrslonol slept ennaidered in ganl at,'I i -enllal VarguK l^'uding Brazil ElfrtimiK BIO Dl JAKBIItO Ocl 0 First official figures by the Superior Sectoral net gave the toDowmg ma president HMt Machado 19. Ift'J I9.I7S. nungebi The Official counlm| was believed to be far from exFieasjng the real iHiutinB. The pro-Vargas press and radio at 330 p.m today announced that Ihe former dictator polled 78.1 VOHM, Gomes 3IH.iU.'> Maehauo "71.4*1 and Mangabeira 1,080. Lilian lev-" agency which is more nbfnetivi* gave the following Vargas 418,238. Qoroes 190.351. Maehedp 108.777. Mangabeira 891. / U.S. Employees imprisoned PHAOUI I Heavy prison -entenres wCr< lej pi \ the State Court In Prague on four former eml 10 American Consulate hen i. i Sk" i clerk, sras sentenced ti M year-s liai .r I .los.f l'.,l ik chauffeur to 12 years Two young girls Helena Battonova and Milan* Marhackovu were each sentenced to M years in prison The trial was held in puvac and the charges wi'c not made known outside 'he court It sras however believed thai .•II four wi i.July neer 'he ; %  on rhsrges of irying to tee from Cse< h"Slovakia rasajlsi IS:u-f With Explosives Sinks Til.ltt'ilV. '.! | An ammunition berg, laden ..'ith explosives sank in the Thames Fiver to-day a't. TOKYO. 3 JjOUTH KOREAN upearheads today fought their way through strong northern rearrfuarils to witliin 30 miles of the Comnrin. I hold of Wonsan On the west coast, American. BJ Aus tralian forces were massini; for a .irire north across the 38th parallel. OVawral Mac-Arthur, doubtful .: mo Sw Council resolution of June W v n i to cross into North Korea, has asked Lake Success for a ruling, accordinp to United Nations' sources here. Victory Ov< r Reds I Mil' l.m-'iclv I i' I >. ili-ii Kori-i'S --MCKARTHUR TOKYO (VI i; i| icArthtii .' N Commander In Korea %  st nigl I that Ihe British forces iad played a Urge peri In the ictory over the I • .|^ i;ciil.nn t to u IW onuratui.ition from the British Stall whuh res I Wi end you our warmcal COrurratulaions OK your brilliant victory Ve have adiuiie.1 not onhj the -kill .ltd which SOU have COnduetOd II estninely dlftieul' real miartl clion rf|alnsl nans gnaleua weeks, nut ertoaiiy he braeor j and li rhii h Lore* %  unoai rou %  rated %  smu m %  We IteHeve that ita of the Inonon i out u which you plnniint and launches while holding the snem) ii baj in the south, will rank among tin %  military hums) Renter Font? Aloni* Cannot Drlr.il (ioillllllllliHIII MANCHKSTtll. Oil b We-lnn ,vil|.tlun will I..I1 I it Is delvuded onU ny |>n> H %  tr en g ea, Aretasashea m York, in i_n.i ranter Oarbetl de day An .ill.ii k mi ll„ Wi in a speech in-ir. waj being medi .11 ill :.i : ..ill I -.it i uotie as. and fai mon rutblai and seoclenl than anw U ii in in iti most powertul dej itehiiKi jihysic.ii anagpon Msaull anw •• loaely knit phlloi ophy with ideals tllami h poacd to those of Weslei ition, Ur. Garbett rtoteel must be defeated by ideas, falsehood by t-uth. .nui ^ mi ratem by a spiritual civilisation which draws perpetual IK. in what has given 11 ill U .t t beet Bl i ol.le.; m .' Ii'n.. .\i nbii-iiup .. %  tti %  %  .'., • in civilisation would go the ,irno way as those before it. If it elled only on physical strength • •i defence "It ii not only by force but by the propagatien of truth that Communism will he il—hired —Keiilei troops .-It*..1 iv i' %  • •*• %  % %  t.ilii.Ti III me mounnorth of changton en %  %  tti. %  : the :tn After a mghl of hitter lighting, S*iuth Ron rouglh and %  %  %  the east cos lo have % %  i passed 1 %  %  %  mcee but %  -.„ fast %  t abl.' urrendei %  %  ••. ..itii ti %  Klmpo airflelil and v" 1 '.' %  • "i new i areet. An % %  ". %  Item. i -, %  Meudiiuxi ti is today l"" North Korean n I • date .>t %  ticiioi . ii.., %  ii .in . noludlng kilini, wound\ %  inii nig< %  not imhirte ioRses .II-', nned i (he North Korean % %  • i causes, %  led Nnti" lured "i 'he last alone %  %  %  v. in. h wei %  Bui itadd ha Cornmu known in i M mployed i • •oTiirllv %  Tell the Advocate the News Kin* 3111 Day or Night The Advncjitr I 5 ?r-^r r He Travels Best Who Travels Refreshed nothei barge. ere wnrnexl thai live might be washed, %  Ion Police i eg plosives eshorc Ships and boeu In the area were told to keep clear of the wreck —Heater somtv WOMB M/WOeir \# gfl COCA-


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SATURDAY. OCTOBER BARBAIMK ADVOCATE PACE FIVE II.E. Presents Police Medals A T A Fl'NCTlON at District) "A" Station yesterday* evening II LS Excellency ihe Governor pre-1 senled Supl. Eustace Simmons! with the Colonial Police Modal which was awarded to *him in the! last Birthday Honours List His Excellency also presented 50, other members of the Force with the Colonial Police and Fire Bri-I jade Medal The man all served I 18 years or over with good con-' duct The Police Band, under Capt, Raison, was in attendance A T S O'CLOCK lo-dav the %  Band will play for'the St. Matthias Church Fete which will be held at Hastings Hocks A t HO WD o( between JII to 4U old people could be Men outside the ouuuuig of Messrs. General Traders Ltd.. at Roebuck Street yesterday morning. They weie receiving pennies from this linn. This is a usual happening every Friday morning and one of the labourers distribute the pennies from a money bag. W HILE LABOURERS were unloading lumber in the innei basin yesterday the Government Drudge, which was tied off between the lighters, was bringing debris from the bed of the Careenage. Although for the past four days lorries and ..its had been taking this lumber to the various lumber \vards, there is still much to be seen at the wharf. It all came by the Steamship Woldtngham Hill. B US PASSENGERS in Trafalgar Square are making the best possible use of the 'bus shelter. A large part of the roof of this shatter broke down when a large crowd climbed on the top in an effort to see the returning cricketers on Tuesday morning. At present it is not providing the usual shelter but still over a dozen can And shade from the sun. which yesterday evening was 87 degrees Fahrenheit in the shade. V ERY LITTLE can now be seen of the Yawl Potick. It has THE GREEKS AND SPORT Oliiliijtrv Capt. J. B. HOH.II THE death of Cap! John lim.i Howe I O H K V P BO JM Wind, Rot KI. ) jye-terday morning at the n the lief I has grown considerably and provide a good feed for the sheep. Long grass can also be seen on the tennis lawns. S EVENTY-YEAR-OLD Kathleen Holder of Alieyne's Lane. Passage Road. St. Michael, died suddenly at her home about 10 a m. on Thursday. The body was removed to the Public Mortuary where a post mortem examination was performed by Dr. K. B. Simon. Death was attributed to natural causes ASHBY performed a post mortem examination on the body of 42-year-old Hugh Clarke of Harts Gap and attributed death to natural causes. Clarke died suddenly early on Thursday morning D' E IGHT BOYS, including Patrol Leaders Shirley Sandiford and O, B. Hovel I of the All Saint Scout Troop, spent five days li camp at St. Joseph Girls' School recently. They arrived at Horse Hill on Friday at about H p.m. nnd after settling In they sanjg and played indoor games. On Saturday they S layed a cricket match against one Hill team and were victories. The visitors batted first and knocked up 66 runs for four wickets declared. In reply the Horse Hill boys wore bowled out for 21 and 37. For the Visitors. Bovell took three wickets for four runs with the "hnt trick On Sunday morning there was %  Church Parade to St Joseph'i Church and In the evening a hike, the route of which ran along llackleton Cliff. Jeers River Wood*, St Elizabeth's Schools, Joes River Factory and then bad to Horse Hill. There were more hikes on Monday and Tuesday. While they were out on the Tuesday they visited the home of former Sgl Major Goodman at Hillswlck where they were given eOCOonutS The camp broke up shortly after seven o'clock on Wednesday morning and the motor lorry F. 29 t,jk them back to St Peter. Tfrfowing Sea QC. GIRLS ARE Egg shells KEEN ON GYM On Beach IS AGAINST THE LAW SINCE the opening of th..sea' egg season there have been several complaints about the see egg shells on the beaches, makinu it uncomfortable for sea bathers. Mr W. W Merrlt Chief Sanitary Inspector of St. Michael told the 'Advocate" yesterday that the Sanitary Department sees to It that the beaches, of the parish are kept clean. The sea egg shell, nuisance on some of them how-' ever, had become so great that during last month he had appealed! to the Commissioner of Police fori assistance in its prevention. j Prompt action was taken nn.t he was glad to say that as far at Ml was ciineerned, sinre September 4 no complaints had been made to the Department. The beaches where the nuisance was. were Browne's Beach an4 Banco Beach, Bay Street; the Reef and Lands End. Fontabelle; and Spring Garden. Black Rock Mr Merrit drew attention to the Regulation of the General Board of Health which people who threw sea egg shel's on the beaches were breaking. The Regulation It reads: "Every person breaking sea eggs on any part of this Island is hereby required immediately thereafter to throw back or cause to be thrown back Into the sea, the shell and offal thereafter." Mr Merrit said that it had been observed that many people broke the shells of the sea eggs and threw them back Into the sea. but the breaking In many coses was done so near the shore that the sea again brought the shells on to the beach. Asked whether there was any plan afoot to offer something that might be competed for by people In the various districts foi keeping their premises clean. I" Merrit said there was no necessity. This was done some years ago. he said, but most peop'e i were fully conscious of their responsibility in keeping the! premiseclean. Although all people might not keep theirs as well os might be dooJrod, he West happ;; to say thai a f;iiilv %  aAlafactorj state exuded in all district* Free Canadian $ Will Jump Costs In British Guiana iFrwn Our 0n Corrncrondexiti GEORGETOWN Oct. 6. Government announced today •.hat the immediate effect of lecent change in the exchange i ate of the Canadian dollar will of to increase the cos! of Canadian good* but assured the public that an increase in the cost of living at least for the balance I the year jvill not exceed two point*. As regards flour which Is imported almost solely from Canada, the Government exptaineH that this commodity will be purchased on Government accoun and a stabilised price Is assured the public by the operation of the flour stabilisation fund Although Government will hsve to pay a higher price nov. for flour purchases there will be no increase in price to the pubItc of Hour or bread as the lnli7ation fund is in a poaitli absorb Increased cost Government expressed the hope for home reduction in export prices of Canadian goods viewing this as a probability u order that Canada maintain thei competitive positic %  :i kets APART from the educational studies at Queen's College, a keen interest is taken in the physical education of the girls When the "Advocate" visited the College yesterday, thp fifth and fourth forms were enjoying a practice game of netball, while in the Hall, others were enjoying a less strenuous activity—a Greek Rhythmic dance. The girls are very keen on their LOOKING TO THE FUTURl "Illness is liable to throw anybody off his balance, but It should not be accepted as a valid excuse for running away from life In the future." Compton Mackenzie, the famous novelist. In a BBC talk on "The Enjoyment of Living NO CHRISTMAS RUSH YET AT Cave Shepherd & Co.. Ltd at 12.30 p.m. yesterday the business of buying and selling was being done in a leisurely manner. Thenwere r.o crowded counters till be the cDtc later In the year The iHTfumery and novelty counter had no customors The ihne department was much better, ind there the majority of the buyers were women, looking over intended purchases with that meticulous cwrt Fiat few men can achieve Over the gents suiting departent a clerk was refolding a bolt of blue cloth, and two men were inspecting a pie:e of pin—tni*il brown A large case was being lifted from the furniture department In the women's linen department .. few were making nutchases. Upstairs in the Restaurant the stools before the ice cream counter were nearly all occupied with people sipping creams of various shades, and getting a respite from the fierce October sun. The elevator shaft era at the bottom floor and the young operator was walling to see If anyone wanted to go up higher. Near _.. the front of the store a watchman n the Caribstrolled up and down, unobtrusive, ixilant Ticket Selling Is Fun JOHN IIARMANS has been a JCC ticket seller for over 12 years now and he likes his job. He Is onlv S8, but he said he never learnt a trade and after years of "getting a two hour job here and another there," he decided to take race ticket selling. Harmans gets sufficient out of his selling to keep himself and a small family He told the Advocate yesterday, there is always a chance of selling the first prize In the Big Sweep One has to know how to deal ith people when one is a race ticket seller, thinks Harmans, or %  one would never get any tickets sold It is not shouting out number that sells the ticket. He gets an average of four books sold during the course of I day He roves about the town, as he said there was more to be gained that way. There is pleasure In the work, too, he said, for he often cannot restrain a chuckle when he at last persuades a person whom he knew had no Intention of buying a ticket, to b uy one ADMITTED TO PROBATE THE WILL of the late Charles L. Elder was admitted to probate by His Honour the Chief Judge. Sir Allan Collymore. in the Court of Ordinary yesterday The Chief Judge allowed the re-sealing of the will of Arthur Hani late of Canterbury, England. The Chief Judge granted the petition of Albertha Lashley of Applewhalt'-. St George, to the estate ot John H. D. Lashley. The petitioner was represenie-i by Mr. J. S. B Dear instructed by Messrs Hutchinson it Banfleld. physical work and always enjoy %  -•r lessons. The juniors have ,"* e sort of physical training l '[ l three times a week and this is ided into games, gymnastics and dancing whereas the senfprs e their training twice a week and either have dancing and games or gymnastics and games. For games, they specialise In netball. but although a cricket lub run by the girls themselves has been In existence for sometime, cricket is now going to be played as a school game along with netball The girls are Instructed by Mrs. B, M Wntton who was trained at Liverpool Physical Training College and who also holds a Diploma of Physical Education from London University. Election Haiti*' For City Council mHT^OF-SPAlN The City Council Election battle for November has started Then art more than 12 candi dates so far, Including three 0 'tie i.'itgoing ones, but not count ing nominations sUll to be mad. by most of the political parties Not seeking re-election are Hon Victor Bryan who defeated Hon Albert Ciomes in 1M7 and Coun etllor George FrancU-Lau, wh* got* his seat as Political I'rogre* Group representatives. The othe three-term expiring councillor* are Mr. Lionel Monwguc, Vi Michael Lee Lung and Mr. C. 1 Malhura 0*v woman Mrs. V Huntc, wife of Mr Hunte. As siatanl Manager of the Co-operative Bank, will be a candldnt the North Eastern County She Is sponsored by the Caribbean Socialist Party Ritual Killings Terrify llasutos LONDON, rial detail* of ritual killii.gs in Basutolsnd an M M .n.folded shortly by the Commonwealth Relations Office For many months the native*, of Rasuloland have been terrified Their fears haunt them as they go about their daily work in the kraals. At night they hardly dare go to sleep. For they do not know when nd where the medicine killers will strike nest As soon as the alarm of she Basutos reached London the Government sent 40 ve-r olii Gwilym Iwan Jones, a Cambridge lecturer on unthropolngy to rind out what it wa-. all about He soon discovered that the victims were selected from all ages and classes The native? blame witch doctors, but th< wilch doctors swear they are no. responsible. Prom his dossier of 93 medicine murders and from court records going back to IBS3. Jonas %  I'l.iim-.t evidence that the murders were carefully planned The victims died so that parts <>' their bodies could be used in n "nmgii-" ritual. Cut Apart Alive The crime u generally committed by a group of people in one ease as many as 60 most of whom lake part in the murder and the subsequent ,-ultini of the body. The parts of the body Srantsk tor medicine must he takei ivtUla ine victim is all v.He it 'hen slam, otherwise the "medicine" would not ba cffcrtiM It has been ascertained thai : two classes of people in Hasuto 'and commit mrdiimc nun delA few do it for gain — witch doctors wanting flesh for then "laglc. Others seize the chance Oi making money by killing somelire and selling his flesh One victim recently fetched 1280 and another man sold htl Travelling between kraals bv car. horse and plane. Jones was able to interview many hundred* i t notlves. He believes that ritual killMil's will go on, and that f""ar will continue to hnunt the BesW •<•-. tin then minosi eain ba •itsabused 'f the theory thai human flesh has magic henllng I < roper I tea INN. V.W.V I I 11 I > Fmr i:„.li %  %  %  %  %  a "Slf THl DIFFEMNCE 'srW, CHOWS ml l.if-slurk FUWNA MAWS" .V.V.V.V.V.V.VAVi HARRISON'S WOAO SI Jamaica Picks Representatives For WJL Conference THKRI IS A CHARM AND A DISTINCTION ABOUT GENUINE BONE CHINA WHICH MAKI IT PRIZED THE WIDE WORLD OVER ITS MATCHLESS QUALITY AND GREAT BEAUTY COMBINE TO MAKE "BONE CHINA" ESPECIALLY APPROPRIATE FOR TABLE WARE AND IN NO FORM IS ITS REFINEMENT AND ELEGANCE MORE APPARENT THAN IN TEA SETS. We hmf (iN-iisiirr Ihrrrforr in Inviting ymir inoprrllon of our ROYAL STAFFORD GENUINE BONE CHINA TEA SETS in SIX LOVELY DECORATIONS THE SETS ARE COMPLETE FOR 9 PERSONS AND THE PRICES RANGE FROM $41.68 to $78.80 Per Set EMINENTLY SUITABLE AS WEDDING PRESENTS, ANNIVERSARY GIFTS ETC. — THEY WILL ADD CHARM TO ANY HOME HARRISON'S BROAD ST. TR 2364 >-,.. %  ftarbados Needs More Hotels T.C.A. MANAGER .rro. Our 0i. Comipondr-n, PORT-OF-SPA1N. Mr Wiliam Stuart. TrunsCanada Airlines Station Manager Sea well Airport, Barbados, stuted here, that hotel accommodation in Barbados was lnadeu.uat< to cope with the Canadian tourist traffic. "The only means of icd>ing the present situation Is enlarge the present hotels and erect new one-", he said Sp. ,king of the traffic of Trans-Canada Airlines through Barbados, he said, "The traffic is quite good, because Canadians find Barbados a good tourist meCCa" Due to repairs being carried <>ut at the airport, It la reported that the plane service will t>e held up for three weeks. 12}% Tax nv Dividend On T'dad Sjfjf Petrol Share* KINGSTON Mr. I.. C. BloomfieUI, and Mr AM W. Douglas, members ol the House of Representatives. have been selected by the House to represent Jamaica at the fourth session of the West Indian Conference to l>e held in Curacao in r. 1 OBr |ORT-OF-SPAlN Trinidad IN-truleum Development Company were inforuu* from London of a final divide" i on ordinary shares of \2t per cent tax free making 16'-i ent tax free for the year dividend is the snme a* that for last year Tin* THIEF PUT ON BOND Twcnty-elght-year-old Elsie I.ic km. HI of Collymore Rock Wtl yesterday put on a bond to keeii the peace for 3 months by Hi> Worship Mr F. A Mcl-eod. Thv Magistrate found her guilty .-< having stolen 17,8 from Kobeit Docherty on Thursday Jackman was later charged with the theft of a ring before the same Magistrate. WANDERING GERMANS ir"rv Otn Own 0>rrix*nant %  POHT-OF-Sl'AIN Two German youths, Arnuli. Warehuu, and Karl Vogt. arrived in the colony on board mi %  passenger sr.ip "Carimere" hopin-, ti reach America They were refujaad loava to land They suffered the same fate at Barbados Jamaicans Want To Go To Liberia 'Pram Oiii Own CorT**pond>tt> KINGSTON Interestln Liberia has increased in Jamaica in the past lew yean* and several Jamaican families have emigrated to that country Enquiries! are still being made locally for information about the country The Jamaica Government an nounced this week that in view ot persistent interest in Afrtiar emigration by Jamaicans, official e* quirlea are being made In that Continent. Mrtkularly In Ethiopia and Liberia for information OH immigration | ospocts In those countries An official rsJeaes aald, bswavar, that while the Government woul'i supply whatever information was gleaned to would-be emigrant* the Government has not yet taken o decision to assist financially ar*y emigration scheme A Liberian Consulate has been opened In Kingston and first Honorary Consul of the African Republic in this city Is Mr Hugh Levy, J P. a cinema executive same time the House ha. nominated the Hon. W A. IUI-'.I mante as the colony's candldah te the panel of names from whitii the unofficial members of th British Section of the Carlbbeai r n>n will be selected Mi lilnomflcld Is Chairman u Ihe House Committee on Agricui ure and Mr. Douglas la a solicitor. They will be ucvompanlcd b> the Acting Director ol Agricui ture and a member of the Economic Section of the Secrelarii Staff. '.*#*>&*>*'*,'+•*'*'•'''*'*-''''''t'Sf'S; "*"***** *~1 & 5-Year Training Plan For Civil Servanta ir>om Our Ooii Orrrf|H>ndrnli PORT-OF-SFAIN A local scheme to train n*v intrants and Junior members u die Customs and Excise Department, has been recommended t< .he Government by the Trainlm 'ommittec which recently dre jp a live-year plan for the Training of Trinidad civil servants it has been pointed out thut thai icpartment will only be able Is uovide training fur officers ol ugher ranks of the Colonial De% %  rtinents. and have offered indeed a special course fa training Instructors who would take barge of local training schemes 'Lorexane' DUSTING POWDER Controls and kilts FLEAS, LICE and TICKS on POULTRY ft pratoct of (mi* !" ) ClMmicil imarmuiyliult) II* A. S. BRYOEN It SONS (BARBADOS) LTD. r.O. IOX 401. tRIOGETOWN Regular duly ration of delicious creamy BMVLSi+N luiU fcuW up Stance & help %  ***> '""" • Cod Urn Oil, (i.iic.i HMiri* <** Vitamin A n ratotaissd m% nature', finest prod w in build up tuxmni uvl ii iijiiKt in Cold*. CoOghS, SOd other cheat sad bronchial Bilssemt. RBXALL EMULSION contain* rcry high proportion <%) of ihi* vdusUe natural oil presented m a unearth dc.Kiou. creamy rmulMOn HI Kill I EMULSION D fet rear CfWItf ts teas Volutfotmooty Now obtainable from:KNIGHTS DRUG STORES CAVE SHEPHERD Co, Ltd. 10, 11, 12, A 13 Broad Street


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I' kCE TWO IIAi:i: Mills ADM II Ml SATlllDAV. (XTOBIIt 7. 1931 Cahib Callinq A ,,t theii %  12 St. Anne'* Court, last n 1 g h i Tn* purpose. II %  %  i I %  PeU S um R rgbt home uullc number <• pets with him. from his tour in KnjrtMtid They t.rr. Iwo BMMn *.nd two paa a fsj irt a, present It l only one ICK escaped en flying somewhere around ic He is mutt '.! 'u.illj • | %  it ith a-hltc Mrd, streaked i I km" Of the Road" Md "SesjTtad of i the* -rr tW< the bull has already WOB three first prize* at WMI dog I in England, since Jonn I him Enjoyed Her Trip M RS. JOHN GODDARD told Carib yesterday thai *o >i|oyed her trip immensely. The English people -hifound very nice and everyone gave them a rftil time. Besides her stay Mard spent three weeks in Scotland Flying Out Shortly M B. J. C ROSE. Architect and Town Planner to the Windward Islands arrived hare earlier in the week by the "Bonaire Mr. Rose was accompanied by bfajtar Mark stow, six-year-old son of the Administrator of St Stow. The Administrator is flying out to St. Luci: from England in the next days. few New Pott R EV. J HOLDEN. who has spent three years on the British Guiana Brazilian frontier WH amoni the passengers bound tor British Guiana by the "Bonaire", which called at Barbados on (lev. Hulden is returning from leave in England. His new post Is Vicar of Morawhanna and Priest in Charge of the North West District. Returned On Thursday M RS. NOKA JAMES and her friend Miss Edith Granhum returned to B.G. on Thursday afternoon by It.W.I.A after spend%  i.iv here at Lea Ion on Sea. Mrs. James was here for rive weeks and Miss Grannum who . a ltfW(raphar In the Secretarial in Con ..clown spent a month In On Honeymoon V/flt AND MRS. ALEXANDER iYi atacPHKRBON are spending their honeymoon in Barbados i.nd ar e guests at "Cacrabank". Mr. MacPherson is a retired Merchant from San Fernando, TrUBdad, and hits bride Is from NaXrtona Mr (1IARLIS THOM\S Drama D UE to arrive here on Wednesday from England. b Mr. Charles Thomas. who la visiting Barbados for about six to eight weeks, under the auspices of the British CoUJV ril Dramatic Cluhsf*" neVe should benefit greatly by hi* besides lecturing on drama, he will give advice or practical assistance to any local dramatic dubs or amateur groups that may dealre it. Mr. Thomas, hashad a varied i MOOT, which began some thirtyone years ago, when he was a free-lance worker In the Theatre In London, apart from a period of some four year/ *vhen, as a pioneer member of the Arts League of Service Travelling Theatre, he toured the towns and villages of Great Britain as a playi r. designer and Stage-manager During his years In London, he devoted his spare time to the Amateur Theatre Movement, and In 1930, he produced the winning team in the National Festival of Community Drama organised by the British Drama League In 1931, Mr. Thomas went to Middlesbrough where he dlracted the Little Theatre for two seasons and in 1934. he Joined William Armstrong at the Liverpool Repertory Theatre, where he held the post of deputy producet and designer until the last war closed the Theatre In the summer of 1940. In 1943. he was appointed Drama Adviser to the West Riding Education Committee, and in 1947. he joined the staff of the British Drama League as a tulor. lecturer I d Adiudlrator On Way To U.S. t "*OUNT MICHAEL TOLSTOI who is up rrom Montevideo. South America is in Barbados for %  holiday before going lo New York to join U.N.O. on their Executive Staff. He is staying at '-Cacrabank". H r' Rupert and the Casiaicau-19 papf" : iht) !nv, finuhtd their thinks ol return. I rtiihti lor ill* pjd.il*. A Koko stim .. -nd. Hi'.'... rtiivi iht htMi *jy troin ih* ".nor*. "ML TOM'tc loint tht wron •ay." Kit bfjr, bur tin. .null dotui'i wopIh* iinng* Iwrd it'll Rupert .!• ffttfrdly tin ipprnrti JftJi" *io "•* round then. Ai length Koko run.!, o>*f the piJ.it ind kneel, in iht prow, making i cur tout whittling iio.tc. At on< ihbird iwoopi ind Huiifti npfiiin:!. before htm. Intransits %  niad on %  %  %  -., >. on holiday for the lint time in sixteen years. Other irUi-iiiiIOH tin I daughtei Mi. Maitlani Chartered AccounUnt W IN., COMMAMDKH 1**meod Clarke and his wife %  %  quests a| Cacrabank. Wing Com CIl I :jiii and w-s srltb the n years; two years of which were spent Lfl I He has also been with the Wal Graves Con.mission in Bclgiuir. od Holland Flat-hunting T HCSI for Sir John Muggins, rettling Oovarnoi of Jama wife whu recently arrive.) In KM [ %  '"ii busy flat-hunting. %  11 bout much -success So far. Now they are in Guru i with Lad) Rucgtai mother When (hey return to L on 4 < daughter. Cherry, will enter tht Royal Academy of Dran Than, ooeg the housing pfohlawi Ins lieen solved. Lady I will prepare for her three-month leiture laui Ol the UEdtad St.itewhero slu...II Uapaikhn on iluEmpire Her* For A Rest M B. and MRS VANCE ROGERS, their son Brian, and their twin daughters, also Mrs %  I Rogers'* "li>s for a ..nd ara guests at "Cacrabank". Mr. Rogers has been wi;h the "Rockfeller foundation in Caracas. Veneiuela. and is here for a rest baton babafl :ransferr*J .. important ai ; In another Latin Amen try. also with the >; Foundation The I.in.ilv will remain on for two or Inn Lloyds Surveyor M R. BEN FATHERS, Lloy i. Surveyor for Aruba. and head in charge of the Port there. is in Barbados (or a holiday until he goes to England on the "Golflto'at the end of October. He is a guest at "Cacrabank". New Secretary B USY man these days is Sam Morris, who has taken tW DM Secretaryship of II %  ,,( c loured P an u lw la i '% %  from Trimriad-born Joseph Mitchell Quite apart from civing lectures at public meetings. Sam is making a desperate effort to %  the League among We Indian* and other Colonials in the United \ I Sam is frustrated, mam i hers of the league. Including Learte Coi Belneld Clarke anil WallaaMy Cole had reMined then men CTSfUj iwamt Secretary Roan is optimistic enough to helievr that he may be able to win them bark into the fold Now m Trinidad M R. A. J JONES of and I-onrion Urn. and Mr. R. Knight of Southamp(ambridge Un have just arrived in Mr JOM will be taking a po: graduate course in Tropical Enlomoloay and Mr Knight will be specialising in plant breeding at the Imperial College of Tropical Agriculture. They were intransjt passenger on the Baaalre through Barbadoi on Monday Up for the Week-end A HIUVING yesterday afternooi by B.W I.A from | was Mr Geoff Inglolleld, membei of the victorious Trinidad Tennis team which toured B.C. la*l month Geoff was also a membei of tfca Tranuuillity team whici toured Barbados in 1MB IIis wife and t in Barbados and will hireturnli with him over the week-en HER SHOW WAS A PARIS EVENT be dress designer Scl Other buyers were art o< Says Ulss Anderson: I paint hill, and I don't car* what the critics think." •lai S-i *-*..• A mannequin who began wood director. John NalPJiesco painting only a year ago sold Opening of her show was a so nve piiturvs fur a total of CSOO cial event. The Dueheu of Wind on the Ural a... of tm exhibition s^r was there So were Lad? of her luiintings just opened in Dbw Cooper, the U.S Arobas s-ulor. Mr Bruce, and Miss Elsa ist in blonde 28-year-old Maxwell 111 111 au, te of Holly Buyer of one picture Is said tI OMl. Ill I UMIM 01S l\IH!l \IMIr \l" AT CLUB MORGAN THE CLUB MORGAN ORCHESTRA AND ALICE ARMSTRONG AT THE PIANO fat Dinnrr Anrva( II. M* SI— > il Ihr (.JUiil intl < 4iuilUn M.iuillr. : AJ South African women is liquo •ham poos. Beer Is the most popular but there Is a good demand foi -htokey and brandy rinses. —!. N. S SECOND CHANCE BRISTOL A man whose wife stepped his dentures and smashed :hcm after they had dropped out dttl an argument had his <-i i new free set granted by the Bristol Executive Council of the Nalic Health Service. Council clerk. E. L. Hancock, said the applicant, an inmate ol a local institution, had no mone; He said he lost his dentures i those circumstances when he wei home to see his wife —I.N.S. by WlUlAM'SHAKtSMAM A J. ATOM* tAntt larrurttu I'KICKS: Pit 24; House 48; Balcony 60; Boxea 7 2 IMPORTANT I | check your Box Reservations for Tonite and Tomorrow ntla with this olllce Today from 9 a.m. to 12 noon. This Ofllcc will ba closed tomorrow. Hi'.i Torfchers ol Private schools are retiuested to contact the Mani'iif. ol this TbaatTt for Tickets for school .hil.lren 1 A>MaUtwat ..inch will start from 9th October by calling at ra lomornm Irom 9 a.m.— 12 noon BY THE WAY wan ha Mmi prindpla as maaUaai Mai cRgless eBK. and sausageless All the same, why not *c;w EhaM irtaCMl a new and less iiiith-prnvoking name? Notsope. ^on-mrat Nosausage. Conn: Come Mm. Kingrow Ri'buff for l>u*kv E VfflVBODY who has UN rlafeU %  ttltud* lowardi whatavar ltl iwill ba ttlad that incoinc-tax| foriQi in-.' to oe lUustratad I boj tnere III ba plenty ol i .idvartisemciit.*.. [ Wh> do all the girls avoid young! Ted at the dance* Because hef made n mess of hi.s forms. Look) now they flock round George. idled up his forms correctly' perhaps one of those broken love -'inies that are mended in the end j Mabel, bavins refused to co out %  "'i ,h . flny morc *"' • ulkln iilhat" she had l>een told to enter a she tells her friends thai Joe can'tijiyi of string-like substance found even fill in an income-tax forma;,,, a rhubarb puff sold by a Mr correctly So Joe lakeI '"iirM-.gwh.ickhridge, o| Saffron Stevely, rind Is later compliinented by theH.,^ tcddaML 'Whv should It have ispactor himself And there they {been ^idcrol?" asked Cocklehad been caused by burnt dilth In the puff "is diiih toiricror" aakad Sir Aii bai Ponon No." replied i scientist. "Then wtu wai Mi Ua sent for W Wygrass Nobody rould ItU :.. who*i-^vN the nlnU "> %  ', '"lUiti. word i I ninth day of the inquiry I totderol was at last 'found in an official document. A %  Mrs. Ringrose. of the Food Substitute Analysts Board, admitted %  In the inllk-bar together and, Mabel says "Bravo. Joe!" 'Thanks i lot,*' *>%  Joe. (Thinks: '. i>me tax.") \< nhulla I HAVE been something i %  presume carrot 'Well." said Mrs. Ringrose. ra going to prosecute, and Itolderol's illegal But why wen going to prosecute?" asked rrot "Because tolderol is illegal." was the stubborn replv A Mr BounKettla, who had been flown from Caithness, then explained that his doctor had told him that rhubarb puff poisoning nh mtatt H EARING that sultan i be "allocated" next month. dusky potentate on holiday h< • i tumsclf at a ; DCKO ind wind to bava %  Boaul ful big one reserved fol He was told thai I he foo,l oilKc did not IIMIVC sultanas, and thai, anyhow, he would need moi one for a pudding "It U • adfa I wek," said the potentate not pudding." We do not hSVO thai kind of sultana in England." the oillelul piiinly. nhying a eil-heeled shoes, baggy brVSBCboa, and wnilln£ music. fBeachc nhr .Vi AM %  HAVE 10(1 VISITKD SOCIETY'S RENDEZVOUS WELL THEN YOU MUST. "THE CHINA DOH" No. 6 Marhill SIreel BARBADOS ONLY CHINESE RESTAURANT OPEN FROM II A.M. — 12 MIOMTE • DELICIOUS FOODS • AUTHENTIC CHINESE CHEFS SPECIAL ON THE MENU TO-DAY A I .iiuiK-il Qu'inttty ol %  . TRINIDADS SHRIMPS l-ocfivid by Spi.l Consignment This Is a Specialty DRESS GOODS OP QUALITY A HIGH CLASS WOOLLENS VISIT TO-DAY THANIS I'r. Win. Ilry 4 Swan Ska.



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r.ir.i. roiii IMRRADOS \I)MK 'A IE SATURDAY. (M TOBFR 7. IH50 \ BARBADOS *?& ADVOGHT, t. 1——•-••--" %  -"t-f—.1 r>n<*4 k> Ma H O—la f.. LM. ——4 It, l^itw— BlfiMi Dclobw 7, 19S0 (.HAYESE.XII l.\ I III M W> THE comments made by a Barbadian marksman trho recently returned from i rvecl to iocus public attention on a' part of this island which ought to be but is not the most beautiful sea bathing resort near Bridgetown. i fa ..\'i-seiui Boadi iod the nimaiidiDg district ought tu be unv ol the .livelier;' recreation centres In Barbados; and at the same time be a place where visitors could with advantage see much of local colour in a congenial atmosphere. With proper attention and remodelling the %  nttin Med could be transformed into a publu nlnea more attractive than a club. The presence of oil and electricity plants in the area could successfully be camouflaged by casuarinas and other trees. The Barbados Turf Club with the assistance oi the Civic Circle has set an example at the Gurrifcon where unsightly but necessary lixlures were covered with foliage and have now become" attractive spots. It is certain that the planting of casuarina trees around Gravesend would add to the shade and beauty of the area. The beach itself is popular and within easy reach of the City and the suburbs from which bathers would come. It is obviously necessary to make other improvements besides the addition of shower baths. But bwfore this can be done as a means of encouraging more people to use Gravesend. it is necessary to remove the Rifle Range which has now been described as u handicap to local riflemen. It Is apparently not appreciated that with this range in its present position there is a constant threat ol death to those who dare to enjoy a sea bath when there is a practice or competition shoot To the uninitiated the opporiunuv to get from the shore to the beach • •r from the beach to the shore presents no great danger, but those who are accustomed u the use of firearms know that there is an ever present element of danger. The Government Rifle Range should have been removed long ago and now that the question arises of making Gravesend Into a public place of beauty this decision should not be further postw <;,:. Happy Accident THE public K l<'br;irmn on the return of the West Indies team In t*i Square evident ratal a huge crowd in that area and one happy result was that during a period of excitement, the public destroyed the roof of a shed erected in the centre of the Square for passengers uwaiiing the 'buses leaving the li-rminus in Probyn Street. The accidental destruction of tins gal vanised shed must be regarded I .1 public service. Because* it could not have been in the bt^t jnteft-at to erect a shed vanise whenthe heat of the sun could be coiieentntled" itri 'hose who weir waiting under it It ought to be uhneo stress that sheds should bo composed ol some cooler material. It If bo be presumed that this particular shed will be repaired and re-erected. Before doing so. it would be wise il the Government would enquire as to the efficacy of %  htnglnj or some other material which wouM serve the public's interest wilh less heat Canadian Exchange ItatV* Next Stop? On S.'j.ti-ii.ii. : | able DouL<> AM Issued ihc foUosmuj i %  iiiHhi i announcad UuM UM in ihe CAM of tale of fixed mill in Canada or liquidation of OSSjttfil investment* made since 1MB ami vith the Fiireitin Exikffil will, i>( .ounce. Mill be able uuige Control Boani .' % %  • pa. Cssksdasa itucted Canadian banks renc>, securities and othcy assets •Did other authorized .igents to .irnontf themselves, so that, for exdiscontinue dealings in foreign ample, a non-resident holding until further notice Canadian dollars may dispose of anUBSSst, by Ordst" sheen to his bank in the United D under the authority of Stales in the same manner as i iSSI Exchange Control heretofore. B&BMd lluofficial rates of Back.* round of ihr Present Action "A VIJI I which, staftSB Sepiemher 19th of last year, had been calcu: the basis of a lO"* premium (Off the United Stales dollar in "A year %  %  >, when tba pound n bM been aseaisd not nnruutj sad other roreim eur> ,nty rencles were devalued by subfOr ihe Caned.** 1 dottai M this stantlal amoupu. it appeared I to prescribe any new necessary to make a moderate official fixed rates of exchange change In the par value of CaoaratffS of exchange will be <*>n currency and it v. a* accordondltions of supingly devalued by 9 OH per cent. ISSnand for foreign curUp to that tirr.p there wet* no ten. ics in-Canada, conditions dlr tly raUttnsj to Canadian doll r which .iadn %  Hunks and olhei authorized uth „ devaluation necesar> but agent* wiU deal in fomgn exlh( chan ged conditions brought change as principals, but they about by ^ devaluation of other act u official important currencies were MCT agenu of the Fore.gn hxchange that Canadian BTwE have Hoard for ihe issue of ^^ .dver^ly nffee?ed if no !......* and m other matters rechan „ w „. n m he n ,, ie of POCKET CARTOON by OSBBRT LANCASTER tating to exctunuje ...iitiol. The lhr Canadian doUar Sire* then. ftangj. %  < %  '•our current SCCOo,.. ,,f .nt.rn..rol remains unchanged, including lonal lrB|ulrcd lo dedla do ""|!" n * **?" ,n •an 5 to an authorized dealer ^rL" ^'^"',^^1 le musl then e.ther sell it im^^ on H Mwt ln lhp ]rm run nediately to an authorized dealer d the going rate of exchange, or, t he wishes, deposit It in a special orcign-currency bank account vilh his authorized dealer, in .hich case he may not make any ther use of the foreign curniKy l| in,iy choose his time for sell%  g il within a period of 90 days. resident desiring to obtain forKii exchange Watt apply lo his uthorized dealer for a permit .huh. if granted, will allow him i buy the required foreign curMic fnut may pay such rate as may be igreed on. No doubt such rate .nil be based on the rates cuircntflered by banks (or the furchaso of foreign currency. "A permit will still be rtoulnd in the export of funds for travel broad ba ('.niadians. but it. is •l.uincd to iacrease the an"Wntf*1 .hu|i will l>e aulhorized for ravel lor any purpose so as > i .ill reasonable travel xp'nditures An announcement >f the new regulations will be nacle within a few days whet> gements have been cchiiictil ompleted soundness of Canadian ilnanc'al and economic eondiUon.s In large part however, particularly in the -On rr.„U ol the „.w ..Wm CL 1 !" "'" k ^ ,„ %  „„ ; r t iv;," d "V' JSrJSi N r. x* ^ aSLtZLAFS&s Ss ,t_Th,*rf*b.*# n,.,^ „.,, 1V | ,, jnl UlUlcd in t anada and abroad, S(11 ,„ rt( .|. nrs u/hirh *t,.ori n t HI,„oh CCUunl^l .anano,,. ^ £gg?J%* $£ ,£ to J1.120 million by July 31st. to $1,504 million by August 31st, nay be expected, particularly raiisactioiis In hank notes, as a i tling .i:lb'icmes, tratuloitalioii costs, and special local OOdUlonSi Fluctuations in the NHUC rate will no doubt OOOUI %  nan lime In tune to SCC0rdanC tvltta changing couditiuits of supply mil demand. After a shurt transiund were about $1,789 (pieliminary) on September 30th. Thus the total iinTcasc over the past three months was approximately SSS4 million, nf which over I2H5 million occurred during the month ne u* .. U exner ed that f S** !" '^T ^ !" lflow J^HU^M wn WB actually more than *28S,000,Ibly stable conditions will (H „ _!,__-,„,_ ,,-,.,' h lasong levelop in the exchange arket. 000 in September because the figures given above allow for the "From what has been said, It setting aside of S50.000.OOU from *ill be seen that the change from our reserves in addition to *50.i fixed rutc of exchange to a 000.000 obtained through a recent martlet rate does not involve the l(t ISSUS m New York to re.haiutonmenl of the foreign exd-'m a Government of Canada change control system. A tow bond issue of 1100.000,000 falling -onsequential amendments of the due on October 1st There is no Foreign Exchange Control Rcgutelling how much further this %  A ill I* necessary but the movement might have gone, so long of Ihssn wilt be small. The as the fixed rate of a 10 per rent ihiiiiive is to maintain the strucpremium on United States dollars tunof control in its familiar form were maintained and people bean n defense ngain*l ixisslble odlieved in the possibility or probaverse conditions in the future, billty of an official change to antatual restrictions will be few. other fixed rate such as parity Issldanta will sUll roqulrs a par, %  rhe Canadian dollar with the •nit lo export capital from Canada United States dollar. ami such permits will not normally be granted except for necessary "An influx of funds on this business operations and certain tremendous scale would, II It conunouoti OxpOrUd by emigrants tlnuet). be likely to exercise an Similarly, nm-residenls will still inflationary influence in Canada bff raqttln % %  > bl fctaJn .. permit in at a tine when government policy order to withdraw capital from in all fields is directed to combatCanada and such a permit will ting inflationary developments. normally not be granted except Moreover the nrcumulation of foreign exchange under such conditions would mean kiwi Canada was hi effect Incurring a substantial men-.. gross foreign debt and annual %  STVtea tJnvs}Ss srttlsont any corresponding increase In Us produc %  live resources or ability to export "For si these rea-ons, it was highly desirable Ut put an end to this extraordinary rate of : untary borrowing from the United States One obvious method would be to move the Canadian exchange rate back to parity with the United States dollar This would probably bring to a stop the inward movement of speculative capital, but such a change in Ihc exchange rate would not nee ily be just.tied by fundamental conditions and might be found to require reversal or further adjustment withjn the not-too-distant future To move the Canadian exchange rale to any other fixed C lint than parity with the United lates dollar would be open to the game objections. The appropriate rste at the present time might lx anywhere let ween parity and the 9 per rent discount recently in effect In short, under the conditions which I have outlined. B0 person can determine in advance with any reasonable assurance I new level at which to fix the pa. value of the Canadian dollar, ami for this reason the Government feels that the rate of eSTnanSjtl should be left to be determined) by market forces. Consultation With The International Monetary Fund "The International Monetaiv Fund has been consulted Bl accordance with the terms of Its 01 Agreement, and th course of action which we propose. to follow was discussed with tho> Kxecutive Hoard of the Fund at I meeting held in Washington this morning The circumstance--1 which have compelled the Gov ernment to permit exchange rate fluctuations were fully explaim-o The Executive Board examined the Canadian position with greal objectivity and compretiensio . and rerogntied the exitthe situation which have le* Canada to the proposed plan The Government intends. ol remain in consultation with the Fund and hopes ulti mately to conform the provisions < f the Articles of Agreemen: which stipulate that member countries should not allow then exchange rates to fluctuate more than one pet cent, on elmer side of the par values from time to time established with the Fund Removal Of Import ReslrtetinnH The Government has also de cided to announce a-, 1 this time "'"' til the remaining import prohibitions and quota restriction? under Schedules I. and LIof the Emergency Exchange Conservn lion Act will be removed effective January 2, 1US1. K will be re called thai severe Import rwtrictions luid to' be imposed on November, 1047. at a time when the drain on our gold and foreign exchange reserve* had reached dMinerouproportions. By the autumn of 1B48 our trade position luid Improved sufficiently and our reserve* had recovered to a level wlmh in:nle U* impossible to begin the process of relaxation in these i tneli : Our progress In this il. notion .is .i.niewhal i• -1 %  %  i %  i %  %  by the utuertaini'ic* of the inter national 1'mancial situation dunm the latter part of 1949 and BH early months of 1950. But: durins tte past six months It has been possible to resume and to acceler pie this process of relaxation. By the end of IBSV June about onehalf of the original restrictions had disappeared and a few weeks ago 1 was able to announce the removal of about one half of the remainder In order to facilitate orderly adjustment to each st-'ige in these relaxations it has been customary to give reasonable ntivnnre notice of their effect, and it is for this reason thai' l am now giving notice that all the Items remaining in Schedules 1 ni.d II of the Emergency Exchange Conservation Act will tM leseinded af the end of the year v,v loH.-.irue. the Minister oJ Ti.ute fend Commerc.e will be ri rtowbii |bs oeesntion ol Bens dule lit. of the Act (the capital g.-oris sect ion) with a view U" areerftiiniiig the appropriate depee and toning of relaxations tp that field." Anywhere in the World (From Our ( narespondent) LONDON. THKKK i> in London i ptnea where ovona who wishes can board a bus for almost any part of the world. Karachi. Bermuda, Montevideo, Birmingham. Nairobi; these and a host of other far away places are all represented. Where is this universal bus-stop? At Earl's Court. South London, where the Commercial Motor Exhibition has this week been opened by Mr. Batnes. Minister of Transport. It is a really good example of "Britain can make it" and even for the non-mechanically minded can provide an interesting "walk-around." Since the show is commercial, it is not unnatural to find that buses are among the biggest features. Like the rats in the Pied "*iper of Hamelin. they come in all sizes. raagbag from the ordinary English countryervice bus to the luxurious 30-seater which ncorporates a toilet compartment, a cocktail bar, a radio with four extension speakers and microphones for giving commentaries. Shining and new, they are mounted on ;heir stands underneath the banners of their makers. Such famous names as Dennis. Ley^and, Thornycroft and AEC are among the manufacturers and their range of production c;m be judged from the fact that between them they supply buses, lorries and tractor? for almost every country in the world. Moot of these new buses herald a new era %  "' well, but, since he has asked for the compliment of asking for out help, though l doubt U i So. if In future there la to IK mv opinion I am bound to %  ny general siaft betterment, th? that I do not think the employees a;i; realty riou* III this He Wed monc >' mu91 "*' found in xomc of these companies have an; T^Jremploy! IX *"" 1 ""' * be srateful to him. or companies „hould w. welcome the creation of the „ of a Pljhll expandlna proposed Board p*,pfoftt a w %  ach ooinpanyi serum expansion ian ...iCommander Slnvlhiet ga. ..... opinion some days ago. For m bJi calls for Una. part, I iMcept Mr Lands 1 arsjuC. K SHEPHERD "Col lot on Hoiw." St Peter b*r 2. 1950. Crickrt P-v.-,., ,,. .,w.. „„..lodgment to ba >ccantM ,\ Rksttt that iueii a Board, with its r "'> "muittcl thcnwlvr oodTlS.e for ,those K wtting S ;i?Wu I v. H tl-m,ht ot EOKI.IO., salork. or mm hwn UMH ,nlVK !" ch nay 7OI it "t Tost Match !" No comjmnios. but to onn„ about h"rfIm i i M 1 \l. ;i "" ""'"-'lion could be ilven ot betur au,i cheaper rvtce. lot r. IS IhM anv awSTnn hut nVri ""' vlctort ' %  %  '"ee „!.+.. the public in pTneral and the 5 !" T !" iTw^M ""' h "" "'">>'^ B" *in particuiff'e.p,u7n,.,. ,i m.'i or ST5jtaf "cShSSli".^ Ior more cnenrfulnsss the team rallied to .loiy GEORGE C. REID October 4. 1950. Please also allow me to say that Almshouses cannot take the place of a Sanltoriuni badly needed, and the humiliation attached to such place* for veers now, cannot be an aid to health. If they are medical eentres. why not scrap the name of Almshouse. and modernise these places, so that the middle class can get aid without degradation. PROGRESS Victory^ To The Editor. The Advocate Spirit Spittint! • To the Editor, The Advocate, SIR.—Perhaps a simple JeWer may do some good, as long article!, are not always read A sin pie sign "Do not spit" would* help to prevent this occum again my conscience asks "Why so much spitting?" and I do believe that the high price of vegetablei, fruit, and improper diet. Is mainly the cause. The poor man uses cheaper or inferior foodstuffs such ;is pickled meat, tubatituti nit. very little salads, and I notice now that some groceries are selling even cheese in large ouantlties This should not be allowed, and would save lh c clerks frowning when a poor person asks to be sold a quarter of cheese or butter. l.-li.i I. .: i ... Wli bat Ihc Aral .-IT ipiin, Bom rtl lhc fattli ol p*opa> WHOM inwm w Victor* A HIIM groat ma he "Cngland nt cacti <-\\>r\t, llu duly .n.il Bad Victory TllCV IM M| .i, doim Rial* rt. ^4>c.cl he t.ll Their %  l.t laith m the %  on How an wo Ih.i I •• %  Eh-1 ife | a lo Ood s C aircns'li to lu.rids to Icci. ar-hlna anuarlc attcngih ht told — thai icll. Buyi. hrothci inlanders. Nocr lorset Him Tha %  HMSh Then Hk lor rencmed Mrsnath For ISSI — for Victor* To The Editor. The Advocate SIR.—As we have made a biv step forward by the victory ot our cricketers. I send these verses on behnlf of that spirit. 'Truly Weal Indian aea A namo that hrtiura Pmaporltv ror -hrn wo wont to PU>7 the un' Wr *cni lo right for our W 1. Nan>. And ao SMT i.mmit has k*ea our daiiahi To play to win assss ihc way •* bright roi the futuro ol the Wnl Indlc. I our constant ihouaght And b> clean iport — unity can be seougMWJ. PATOIOT Putriotism To riie Editor. Th* Advocefe, SIR,—Please excuse my patriotic strain, but I do feel that out I leading nations arc being drn r closer b> America's victory il Korea. Cannot all the big countries unite for Peac-and progresIncluding Stalin, and China reading that die land of the Stars, en< Stripes is freedom loving at founded on highest civilisation The world is sick of war, which U a step backwards. The saoiflct of America and others must no' be forgotten. "There'll be blot birds over the white clifls o Dover" was sung by our lads. H there will always be blue bird where peace and happlnethrives The Man nnd stripes their mef. age bring. %  van m the Far East. Liberty sin And men that died, ti knew The song of men who love "Th red. white and blue BRITANNIA. 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