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The Barbados advocate

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The Barbados advocate
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Barbados advocate (Bridgetown, Barbados : 1983)
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No Fairy Godmother |_ sail | ie | While Gaitskell
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Sir George Looks More Dollars
At “D.&W.’? Future (From Our Own Correspondent)

LONDON, Oct. 10.
GIR GEORGE SEEL, K.C.M.G. last night in RUMOURS SHAS THE EvurD cers
a broadcast over Radio Distribution “killed”’

will shortly be revalued upwards in terms
the idea that the Development and Welfare



of the dollar grow stronger hourly. In Paris the
“ ” ‘
semiiinamlindy: is tate, obtonather. black rate’’ for the pound is 980 franes—the

A LOT OF PEOPLE still look on “D, and W.” as a first time for a year that it has caught up with

fairy godmother with the means, perhaps not quite so

| the official rate.

‘ In Rome the free pound has jumped to par. In Madrid,
Spaniards are showing more liking for sterling than for

| dollars, while in Lisbon the black market pound has van-

| ished because people with sterling are hanging on hoping
for revaluation.

plentiful as a few years back, of dispensing financial fav-
ours in the West Indian Colonies. Since that idea is not
quite dead, I would like to kill it off now.



Ss sometimes, “How
enna — 2 we.” ‘giving’ to ,;ao our utmost to ensure that we
such and such a project?” It is: Profit, for the future, by the hard-



Speculators seem to have,imports and the high rices

\ prices of
f ; eee aa, i. ,} won lessons of experience Bu taken the recent official denials] sterling area goods arising out
true, in-a very real sense, that the iti the. broad. sense . am suee that is the necessary ind) so aécepted | of the world situati are still
British taxpayer is “giving” very ; be road sense, ft am . Ulat : SSé ‘ i } v aLion are sti
large sums to his Colonial fellow- {the British tax-payer can b preliminary to a change in the] tor all practical purposes too low
citizens (£120,000,0C0 over ten|*altisfied that his money has noi rate of exchange, Even the ap It is estimated that they will
years under the Colonial Develop- beer “wasted”. Its application

ment and Welfare Act alone). But; har undoubtedly stimulated the
the Act having been passed, the }impulse to development amons
money is available, ( uming of | West Indians themselves and
course that the British taxpayer|since vhere can be no sound
goes on finding the instalments | political advance without eco-

veal for Common sense by Mr,| have to approach $5,000,000 000-~
Hugh Gaitskell Minister of State] nearly twice the present figure
or Eteonomic Affairs appears t.| before revaluation becomes ad-
fiave done nothing to persuade} visable
| oreign businessmen that several Nor must it be forgotten that






















































| mportant objectives among] one of the principal tenets of
year by year); and there is nO| nomic advance, I believe that the hem convertibility — mast be| revaluation laid down by the
question of “D. and W.”, or any|money provided for the West 'achieved before revaluation is] International Monetary Fund, the
other official agency, giving it} Indies under the Colonial Devei- oe E | sonsidered convertibility of currencies, has
See east vabee tata t0t opment and Welfare Acts, will : si ee : ; . - } C S l - not yet been achieved The
at ou isposa YP : rove, in vhe event, to have beet - | J Micial British view will almost
courses of specia} inane a ae for the most part cviehly spent : : His Wonowr Mr. K. N. RK. Husbands, Speaker of the Hous: / | Cartoon Sums pP sertainly be that the effects of
aed er eer eee fa and to have mace a_ powerful f A is seen here presiding over the meeting of the House of Assembly 3 \ :. . | The situation is well summed} ‘evaluation must run their
oh teat Cha Bern ents id contribution to the advancement Vargas Is yesto-day the last meeting before he leavés.on Thursday for Englanc U, S. And Russia } p by a cartoon in today's} curse before the exchange rate
9 ivisl ies ) - ibera ‘Ne “hr ‘le’ ‘Th te -considere
the Secretary of State, to the best + oe a West Indies t where he will attend the opening of the New House of Commons oi. ners ; ave ean . eee
of our ability, where, so far as the ery one October 26 s i ‘ i i
lity, ’ z 26. 0 »wspaper headline which say: -
West Indies are concerned, De- B l ’ Ce Talk On apanese lewspapet i Say:
velopment funds can most useful- S tary rast tan 7” J Craitskell: No Revaluation
ly be applied My colleagues and ecre 7 ; Che city man ebserves drily: “On A nti ua Says
T t fairy godmothers, what- Pays aun ‘tad , : INFAN?] RY i Peace Treat ; nore denial and up we go 1} f £ ee |
are se 8 4 ’ So far, I have had Development 66é eron’’ \ e e a | ipibee.? Th k Ht
ever Cie we ee and Welfare in mind. One does *. g ; ' “ ;
* bab oh ~ ae, T. NEW YORK, Oct 10, | This process of “talking up anks
Colony’s Job eee etn ct ee, ENCIRCI LE RED ROOPS The New York Times reporter | he pound is just the reverse «
hi Paige ‘side a. 4 s activities BUENOS AIRES. Oct. 10 today that Unived States aU vhat happened before devalua A message from His ere
Another idea which lingers here . - : baer Weak ssesre® 3. The close parallel between Ge- ay bussian representatives had hel | jon, It has resulted in the in he Gevernor to the Legislative
and there is thet the business of | The aca am for ny ee. tulio Vargas, former Dictator of IN KOREA preliminary conversation on + | jux of a good deal of foreign} Council and House of Assembly
the Deve opment gad Freee any other agency, gradually "| the »vo Estado” in Brazil, and roposéd Japanese peace treaty | qnds. yesterday informed them tha
ganizauon is to plan the develop- President Peron of Argentina was . a The hewspaper said that a con he Gevernment of Antigua ha
ment of the West Indies. This drawn by the semi-official Press (By JULIAN BATES) x versation (‘ook place at an offfesa | According to a report fron equested that an expression of
probably owes its origin to i here which for months _ before TOKYO, Oct 10. | dinner last week between Jchr | Yew York spot sterling has for] ite appreciation and grateful
pore nk hs Commission i 1930 last week's general elections in United Nations’ Infantry to-day burst out on either) Foster Dulles, Republican Advise! | he first time since devaluation | hanks tor the contribution made
ae py is a rather long Brazil aggressively supported Var- side of the fanatical North Korean troops manning defences] ‘o Secretary of State Dear | isen above the official exchangx | and the sym athy expressed on
* id that “ gas and is now acclaiming his just ‘th ef the 88th parallel. + Acheson and Jacob Malik, Sovie | «ate he eceasion of the recent hurri
sentence, which said that “a new apparent triumph at the polls Pay DAE wh une F Pp ; ; representative on vhe Securit: | This means that In the eyes of } cane, be conveyed to the Legis»
geganizalién aus he a ae The British Commonwealth Brigade led a westward Council \merican businessmen. sterling | ‘ature of Barbados on behalf of
e pba Beltane reogges Bt The “Nemoagiecin”. which front: thrust across Yesong River towards the west coast port of Dulles was.gald. so. hav ‘\s undervalued, But. it. the: | he people of Antigua
long-term programmes of social sages a sinned mersage of cordial| Sheju 90 sihie digit efQteng i. Oe northern capital An) orank Sweat ‘ wey oA



thay “the Utated
wanted a treaty as soon as possi

ieclde to PUGKR “forserevalwatiol pore
‘he British authorities are going





; p whi - ~~ “pwishertrom, Vargas, states in an ican eclumn wen e other way around the block on
Fae and SESS Yosed v : editorial: “Vargas undoubtedly heen os entith ay





























i ; the direct road to Pyongyang thrusting to the northeast. ble and that weaty terms snouk | .¢ In a difficult position, ‘
rants from United Kingdom | head the popular social revolu-| th rect ad t yonsy w & South Wirceris added eyistiiny ve worked out by eleven nation | > Murderer Is Insaie
se0es Sige he ESS sae ee nietaet tc cotton a] victor to their drive up the east} vs the Far Eastern Commission Colombo 8 Plan
rly days, no doubt, the first ithrough historic expedience, To ye. ; F a ‘ aries . (From Our Own Correspondent)
ie wae H : : : i | coast, capturing the important; Malik speaking in a_ jesting| ‘ :
Comptroller Sir Frank Stockdale, fexplain it one must establish the} ey ah ieations centre.| manner was reported to have, Mr. Giiltskell is now in
himself unsurpassed expert simi th n Peronist: port and communications centre I as ported to hav | TOL bawling. Achkaa forme PORT-OF-SPAIN
ae wie eal ; Serthence’. She banat ate batt Ob] t Le Wonsan only 140 air miles from| Suggested that the United States} ‘merica seeking dollars for | ‘ vhs 2 t "9
and his advisers did influence, ‘experience’. The paper adds that} yec ?8son ‘ne WManthidan border ‘did not really want the treaty} 3ritish Rearmament Programme Rojan Mohammed, who was
very considerably, through the Vargas “sometimes called Fascis |] SAT a ; | because this would involve the! nd also for Colombo'’s plan o/ |charged for the murder of Wilfred
suggestions they rue errr om sometimes Communist” was over-}! a GODERICH, Ont. Northerners had been expected, withcrawing of Amerivan troops! ‘conomic aid to South East Asia.) Rampersad, of Curepe, Trinidad,
ee i hee Sivara book tar Ping thrown in 1945 after 15 years in|, Seringn .siojees, of FR i) put up a desperate fight for| irom Japan The argument he is expected | is now a patient at the St, Ann's
3ut it has always been the princi- power” by a colonialist oligarchic} | fan] urnett was tt Wonsan, their second largest city The New York ‘Times ..id tha ) put forward that Britain needs Mental Home, and will be detained
ple that the Governments of the reaction which characterised the;1 #tard Shortly after | the An army spokesman desetibed| the conversation apparcrtuy endec | icllars to compensate hér for the there at His Majesty's pleasure
Colonies concerned are the people ‘litical al and economic con-|| Service, Mr. Burnett receiver \ : - ‘ mnversation appa 7 2 i SNe De irae vane Tena : ' that
} responsible for framing political social and ¢ 10! 1 a i] recite find Communist morale in this sector,at ihis peir Soviet Foreign! 98s of export markets due to |: 2eman jury ound 4
tier tan aca Colonies have ditions in Latin-America prior to in Otte ss that oie hel 5 a e “ineredibily low” { Minister Andrei Vyshinsky wats \ earmiment vis not likely to be Mohammed was irfsane, and unfit
Libety ecmuintee their plans but jthe Peronista rev val.” been robbed sali en J , ahs jean First! 2#!d to have told Dulles later tha: | ceived tavourably by thelto plead to a murder charge.
; - . . a : - HE HS av I ps o e Americ Pins r shan P i oo tik Se hb yor * . hot B st
the same principle will apply to | El] Mundo" devotes an entire ence Cav lry Division pushing directly ; “ ae ean He es } mericars eo = oe 1
the necessary reviewing o ose .. gee frontpage t eports from Brazil ~C.P. lnycha ae -day fought their (@Ports said, nat all issues in € m8 ao Bre: ‘
ta Shateate. th t ea ge lauder thas headlines: “Vargas ten Seed Wer miles Geoth of dispute between the Uniied States; sir ne 52 Ci my TELL THE ADVOCATE
light of experience, It is the Colo- . : 1 Se Le ae eT 5 atta Bea ee ay eal ! nd Russia could be settled by | levatuat.o. THE NEWS
nial Governments’ job, Moreover }Coming a general clearing—house | promises no defrauding mec ir the 38th parallel against stubborn Legotiation “alchough te did nef] Stil there: te no.teason. to be THE
in the last decade there has been | where problems of common inter- | -idence of Brazilians” and * mat R “d ¥ resistance from entrenched Com- |) iborate on this statement ieve that Mr, Gaitskell will Ring 3113 Day or Night,
a very marked advance in the as«}est to all the West Indian Colo- | gas’ -victory has a deep socia eds Lead Rice Mmunist troops abor: war ead: See Bak od ie suede
y f political ibility | nies can be discussed. Those who | significance, Determined northerners dug in- : iY: f nd, a me THE -
sumption of political respons: ¥ mi - ee = : to the hills above the road, poured lar reserves — built up over PAYS FOR NEWS
by the various Colonies: it would have read Sir John ‘Macpherson President Dutra in a messagé Strikes In Turin ie ' nth Poe ; y E ee ren e veer ag &.feault of devalues : ;
be inappropriate, to say the least,|report for 1945-46 will have |, ‘Gofii vargas told the former {flown machine gun and ri we nn Oe . tion, the curtailment of dollar ‘
to suggest that any other agency | realised how far, even by that ta yyegye fas a) will per- ; In the words of a wounded G.I. t loseanini Arr ves :
‘g * r : “ ~ s : : Dictator that he (Dutra) will per ‘these uys. only stob. Aghting s ive
but their own Governments should | vime, the Governments had come oo siy transfer powers to the TURIN, Oct. 10 | 'thes pes oye ! ‘
} do the planning for their future. to regard us as the natural centre | President Elect on January 31 Police carrying tommyguns to-' hen: they ate, Cea At New York
H t Ci iti e for regional menteranres Sf a ae ean day were guarding all trains i Combined British and American
ones rittcism wide variety of subjects. Sinct Dutra’s message was S€ nt throug Italy's northwestern Turin prov- forces which crossed the Yeson, NEW YORK, Oct. 10 |
in“ then the process has continued.) Danton Coerho, Chairman of the) ince while big industry — was| River beat off three desperate at Arturo Toscanini, famous. Ital-
What we have got, in “DeveloP-} with increasing momentum, as, pyaz ; Party of which] largely ‘alysea’ by : < sisnthcibetaihahdbieal
d Welt re”, is a compact a2 ate g . Pan | ereen Labene farts : argely paralysed by a. 14-hour\ tacks by not more than 150 Com- jun conductor arrived here to-day
ment an enare ; 7 the latest report published shows | vargas is leade1 Communist led strike which was) munists, then advanced beyond the liner “Vuleania® H rai
team of first-class economic and] pe Organization can, and doe lair $6 etn / ae n , en advi : in the liner uleania e was
i ny h eee ane f, ‘ont | . i a at the| ep ed in support of labourers in| paekcon against light opposition illowed to land immediately de-
technical advisers. It is vhrough | provide the setting for Confer-| Coerho visited Dutra a the provinces of rice-fields who! Right arm of the attack reached sre s the i be bar’
these experts that, as I believe, |erces of every kind, Even when,| presidential palace last niet = quit work two weeks ago de-| y, oe yi ciate me aushee jpite reports that he might be bar-
the Organization can continue tO] as in the case of the Sugar Con- re leaving by air for the state ; ig is t ‘





red under the new internal security
aw. These reports had been given
impetus by the temporary deten-
tion on Ellis Island of the 20-

\
manding a néw labour contract, |

Strong reinforcements of Police |
were deployed throughout the
province to prevent striking farm |

render essential and mosv valu- | ference of March 1950 in Grenada,| of Rio Grand Edgo Sul where
eble help in West Indian develop- the meetings are held elsewhere! Vargas was counting electoral re-
ment. The larger Colonies have} than in Barbados the secretariat| sults

n to the northeast against Cor
munists, armed only with rifle
and machine guns,








; i i - i by 4 ri Bon ono ter. aoa : ear old Austrian pianist Fried-
built up their an enya facilities | are citen provi led iby | Reu workers from large-scale arson! Navy dive-bombers based oF yieh Gulda who eee ies released 2 sii
partments to a su cur Organization Ever here. | and other direct action agninsl Kimpo Airfield near Seoul raine nd granted ermission to enter
since 1940, Buy I am sure that | as with the Stending Closer Asso- farm owners. bombs in half hourly — strike +t a er od 6 t ae temporarily
those Departments would be the} ciation Commitee, the moving against the entrenched northern- tle cate toe ae jetalr ee } :
first to agree as to the value Of} spirit and the creative thinking} At one farm near Novara, fod-| »;. Micials said he was detained be-
consultation with our staff Of} are West Indian, the Organiz

jer re) . cause he had been a member ot
Ore Prisoners said that Communist the Hitler

vere concentrating around Kum

and barn roofing were des

advisers. In the smaller Colonies, } tion acts: as Secretary troyed by fire early this mornin

Youth Movement at the
which have not been able to |

Fridays







; age of 10
Yesterday damage was done |: | «} 5 : . nar :
: Ai e 3 ‘ chon 15 miles north of the par \ new security law passed it
employ comparable Staffs of ‘thelr Eitther ee Or another farm by a similar fire j allel on the main Pyongyang high Ser “mb ove *vesident Tru
ana September ver Presiden I
own, our experts Can play, an Police reported that in many] wa man’s veto bars entry to America
have played, a more direct part I think that this service, this] region trikers to-day beat up ; np all past members bike hy
yhrough personal visits, + Ponies provision of a focus for a comin labourers brought in from othe:| Reports frem United Natioy [party and associate organisations
to draw up and guide ticular | approach to common problems, 1 provinces in an effort to sav¢ |} ilots indicated that Communist la cll as members of presen’
prajects, as well ta eee tise now of equal importance wil! | ripened crops. Many arrests are; misht be pulling Ingen: Back fras 1| pro - Communist organisation
the general pinintg, I hope t . the advisory services which we reported, —Reuter | defences just north of the paralle i ibroad \!
all Governments will go on Mak~ | can give in the development ana for a stronger stand nearer Pyong- | *
ing the very fullest poe use of welfare field. It is a service which | aay yang. American casualties in the| 4 ~Reuter. |
it the advisers on vne velopmen* | someone has to provide, and it is; drive along the Pyongyang road | r .
: and Welfare staff. My only regres one which we can render in a } Carpet Of Grass Hoppers were reported fairly heavy but} Tale Of A Propagandist
; is that, because they are so feW, | apsolutely disinterested way, be-| LONDON. Oct. 19 | Most wounds were minor, sccord- | WASHINGTON }
' they cannot be everywhere at cause we have no axes whateve! Trains in South Auatrelis aul ing to frontline reports | Among those who came 1 |
; once. They sre. kept very busy | 4, grind. It is a service which, a: faa . eT ee aa | Washington to fight the anti |
; ° 8 | been held up by grasshoppers »% . ati ; . ‘ f cae
indeed. We all recognise, must Sooner or thick oH’ dhe’ i ai that Communist resistance in Won-| Communist Bill was the Rey |
’ > ac © ee 7" 2, ay ar. : . > i s *
; van, later be performed by a get\uinc alianla tuna Gas ae Radio Aus. san crumbled to-day in face of 4’ Claude Williams, a It pene
We are quite ready vo accept | west Indian agency, and not by : as alta: grip, » Aus-) three pronged South Korean in-; from the Deep South, And solemn |
our share of responsibility ae what is after all an offshoot of the! Of cour . it seosee? ates sala” eae ae engine | fantry assault supported by artil-| ly he went off to register himself
anything which is done on the! Gojonia) Office. I am not liken-| peace—modern peac d saic at he had come
basis of our advice. We shall :



across two swarms, one of which lery and planes, Defenders with-| as must all propagandists for for-
izati : pend peer © : » hills ast ¢ le ita ian e
no doubt get criticised from time wm rnd emcee aoe Se i n Express Serwice covered about four square miles, non of the a: a \ Tee aati ee — ei Poh
ic hn ol Rv ia ope ae is always said to be without hope | —Reuter. —Reuter inodom of Maaven,”

chticism®, If we are criticised for |! posterity. Nor am I now going
the sake of criticising, we shall be to embark on a discussion of Fe i
found defending ourselves, Wejeration. But either the West

e 4
fav same" “pig he [inn ae ang eras U.S. Bombed Russian Aerodrome

of the Development and Welfare WASHINGTON, Oct. 10.

° ° nat : : sunts note. Authorities hete held that
W ’ ; Organization would lose their . Qt. : th / :
se Spendin i | u bat The State Department said to- i the incident was a matter for the
t 8 , Separate identity, on being merged) qay it had received ne information

i rer nt Ser United Nations because American
Incidentally, one hears talk in the Federal Government Ser-| fom General MacArthur's Far



That is the closing time











for all advertisements

or changes in adver-















. °
ays about money having vices. The rest, no doubt, would] ; : Douglas MacArthur’s Headquar- Soviet note was delivered to the naval forces concerned were tisements in the aif ard

nowadays a 20u ney seater a sl yead vo y like i ‘ld E stern command on the alleged ters American Embassy in Moscow by under United Nations control

been “wasted” under = Co Acti eats v 2 “ss he -w, Ma I : ii : Sie ing of a Russian aerodrome Gromyko insisted that the messenger .early this morniny

Development and Wel Cure. ae diers. ‘a a - ~ ar*| by two American jet fighters. United States had no reason to but was returned several hout The Russian communication

It would be surprising, indeed, if not going to federate. In that case, | refuse the nvte “sb the adit 4 ; ou 5 Saat te the Ricutte “il

‘any project had been executed the need for a central advisory| The Soviet Government lodged sare ghee» as the incident jater to the Soviet Foreign Offiee was sent to the Security Council,

ate & di t 1a, and co-ordinating body, some con-| protest with the United States prin American planes ove! but Jacob Malik the Russian

eae) Waa va comaidane that tin in siaehiaaty “which thelEmbassy in Moscow last. night. Russian territory. Théte was a similar deadlock delegate objected to its being

especially w agle § hy Se eeey Mae. EE te Y hon ceamen| But American Minister Walworth .,/t “8S believed here that United over procedure when the Sovist placed on the” Council’s agenda

“planning” is still a very N€W Colonies can use when cx Eh ge hla arity gunebt the tvte Nations forces hdve been ordered

Barbour refused



conception. Most of the plans in} problems arise, will be more

Government attempted to protest declaring that it was a matter
the early days were done almost | gent and essential than

to the United States early in for discussion between the United



in| saying that it should be sent to the to treat part of the territory of
















y J North Korea as a “Cushion” or septe : en Ce Stnt aA Ab Snviet Govern-
n the light of nature They have! either c: the natural expecta-| ' nited Nations a ieutnen ashe ty venice the ri Se ptember ove! the shooting St e 4 e Soviet o
no doubt been cases of misdirecied | tion ‘is tt the Development illian oon itt, State pe of -encroschmant.on. Russian of a = plane by oot ican men
an. ae ‘oba , aulty | uralfare + ent Spokesman, said 1a “hais peer a Ve ighter plane ff Korea on
energy, and es nrc Welfare 4 za ; aaked hether the Chinese territory September 4 There was no further develo-
Cee aaleten “We must hot be Rare ee ere to t had been m to the Soviet Note Returned On that occasion the U.S. ré- ment ol e incident }
cothplacent about this “We must @ On Page Nation r to General MacDermott said that the fused to aecept Russia’s protest —Reuter. of









PAGE TWO

Carb Calling

OL, R. T. MICHELIN, C

missioner of Police left
terday morning fo:
B:W.LA:, for short
with thé Comission
St. Lucia, ahout the P
ing School. “He expec
In-morrow,

Regular Visiter
RRIVING trom St. Lucia yes-
tercay morning by B.W.LA.,
was Mr. and Mrs. Joe Knight who
are here for a few weeks’ holiday,
Staying at Stafford House Mr.
Knight, who is a frequen: visitor
to Barbados, is with Minville and
Chastanet in Castries.

To Gather Material

R. AND MRS. H. HORAN

arrived from Venezuela on
Monday afternoon by LA.
for.q Shert visit and are staying
at the Paradise Beach Club.

Mr. Horan, is the Editor of the
English Page of the newspaper
“Espera,”” in CaracaS,

Purpose of his visit is to gather
material for a series of articles
on Barbados, which he will write
tor his newspaper when he returns
to Venezuela.






On Honeymoon

PENDING their honeymoon in

Barbados are Mr and Mrs.
Raymond Thomas, who arrived
from Trinidad by B.W.1A. on
Sunday.

Mr, ‘Thomas is with B.W.1.A. at
Piareo and they will be returning
at the end of the week,

After One Year

FPTER SPENDING a year in

St. Vincent Mrs. Ruby
Thomas of Tweedside Road and
formerly of the staff of Messrs.
Wm. Fogarty Ltd., returned on
Monday morning by the “Lad
Nelson.”

While in St. Vincent, she was
Staying with her son and daugh
ter~in-law, Mr. and Mrs, F. G
Thomas.

Arrived Safely

ISS MIRIAM TUDOR of

Beulah, St. Philip, who left
Barbados about a week ago io
join her brother in the U.S. his
arrived safely at her destination.



BY T

See ANT legal decisions are

coming over as thick as star-
lings at dusk. The other day
magistrates ruled that a loaf of
bread sold in slices is not a loaf.
Whatever it is, says jolly Jack
Hopkins with a light laugh. it is
not bread. But if a baker sells
a loaf cut into two thick slices,
is it two half-loaves or one sliced
loaf? =And if the whole loaf is
sold as one slice of bread, how
can it be a sliced loaf? More-
over, if a number of unsold slices
are stuck together and sold as a
loaf, is it an unsliced loaf until
it is re-sliced, and then a loaf
again when it is once more de-
sliced and re-loafed before a final
re-de-loafing?



BARBADOS

ADVOCATE

Se eee Prt ne AN

U.S. Medico Leaves

R. A. A. GASKIN of Boston,

Massachusetts, returned ww}
the U.S.A., on Monday night on |
the “Lady Nelson’ after spending |
about two weeks in Barbados as
a guest at Crystal Waters and a
simiter period in Trinidad.

Surgeon Specialist

—Antigu:

A FPTER makin; a Wip on tue

“Lady Nelson” trom Antigua
up io Briuisn Guiana, Dr. N. J. L
Margéisen Swoppru vu at Barba-
dos on Monday for about wo
weeks whch he will spend as a
guest of Mr, and Mrs. L. 4
Skeete of Vistins, Christ Church

Dr, Margetson is Surgeon

Speciaist of the Holberton
tosp:.ai in Antigua.



iwin Daughters

FTER an enjoyable holiday |
in Barbados, Mr. and Mrs.



For Ten Weeks

N BARBADOS for ten weeks’ H. R. Inglefield returned to Trini-
he.iday are Mr, and Mrs. Gad __ yesterday afternoon by

D. M. Harper of British Guiana. B-W-LA. They were accom-

A

panied, by their daughter-in-law
Mrs. Geoffrey Inglefield and her
twin daughters.

Geoff who only came up for the
last week-end of the holiday re-
turned to Trinidad on Moncay
afternoon,

Mr. H. R. Inglefield is a Direc-
tor of Neal and Massy, Engineer-
ing Co., in Port-of-Spain, and his
son Geoff is one of Trinidad’s top
notch fivited Dan

Visited Daughters

RS. H. C. GRIFFITH of “The

Maze,” Wellington Stree,
was among the passengers who :r-

They arrived on Monday mornirg
by the “Lady Nelson’’ and are
guests of Mrs. L. I. Lynch of St.
Lawrence Gap,

Mr. Harper who is paying his
first visit to the island, is Assis-
tant Superintendent, West Coast
Railway, Transport and Harbour's
Department,

Back From B.G.

R. DENNiS WORME, one of
the members of the three-
man Barbados Lawn Tennis Team
who visited British Guiana las:
month for the British Caribbean

Lawn Tennis Championship Tived here on Monday by th»
returned by the “Lady Nelson” on endl Nelson from British

Monday morning . He had stayed i
on for an additional two weeks — She left here about 2) montis
on business on behalf of his firm 8° and first stopped\off at Trini-
Messrs T. Sidney Kinch Lid. ie Gad where she spent a holiday
was accompanied by his wife. ban 7. ae are ea
ones who usban is ports
Bank Manager Returns Writer ‘attached to the Trinidad
R, ARTHUR ROBERTS, publishing Company. She then
Manager of the Government went over to British Guiana wher?
Savings Bank, returned from his she stayed with another daughter
short trip to British Guiana and Mrs, Neville Osbourne whose
Trinidad yesterday afternoon by husband is in the Income Ta»
B.W.I.A. Dep.rtment of that country.

WAY s

By Beachcomber





When Is A Cake Not A Cake? exe Nay, need I have said so
HEN. becoming bolder, I ask Much?

Ad a Sausage sold in bits‘is a Was It Folderol?

sausage, presuming, for the sake ;

of making an ersdeahin point, CIRCULAR issued by 38
that it ever was sausage? It is Government Publicity’ Agents
impossible to forget, in this con- announces that the Special
nection, the stir caused by the Emergency Interim Judicial

Commission has heard all the so-
called evidence it can stomach,
and is now preparing a lengthy
report on the whole question of
the tolderol found, or not found,
in one of Mr. “Tufty” Corker’s
rhubarb puffs. The taxpayer may
like to know that the 241 wit-
nesses flown from various quar-
ters were housed at Government
expense in a new block of luxury
flats. The inspectors, spies, touts,
narks, stool-pigeons, agents-Pro-

famous case of Alderman Till-
yard and Smoother Lamp-Wicks
Ltd. versus Lady Cleaver. Connie
Bapchild, and Rhoda Melhuish.
Here it was ruled that a cake
partially sliced, that is to say
marked by the knife all round for
future slicing, was not a cake. It
was therefore disqualified from
the cake-weight-guessing cgm-
petition at the Caterham Public
Baths Jamboree. Need I say

LLL Sescteure, informers, i god Ses
YPTOQUOEE ns -Here’s “ dou als were provide w

ate how to work it: motor-cars While the Commission

AXYDLBAAKXR was sitting. Meanwhile a _ non-

is LONGFELLOW ees chemist, who could

One letter simply s another. not be muzzled in time, said in

f ‘ ny Stanae Sev her. In this example A is used an interview that there was no

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GBKPFV—WLBQ

DIPS UNTOLD--HOLMES.



Rupe: 1S getting termbly worried
The paddle is los: and there seems
no way of stopping the bird who is
pulling them across the ocean. As

evening approaches he feels very
hunery. though Koko only curls up
toler in the bottom of the bout.
ate mmy will be geting

“he thinks miserabls
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Last 2 Days

TODAY & TOMORROW







5 & 830 P.M.

ce



THEY LIVED
TARA)
STRANGE DARK
a0 ia

MEL FERRER |.
ALFRED L. WERKER

kL WHITE S docwmem of o Mow

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SPECIAL MATINEE:
Tomorrow (Thursday) 2 p.m.
(Cheap Prices)
Leon ERROL in





THEATRE

BRIDGETOWN

SSS Sooo

‘the three L's, X for the two O's, etc. Single letters, apos-
ues, the length and formation of the words are all hints.
-t day the code letters are different.

A Cryptogram Quotation



FIGHTING MAD”

such thing as tolderol, but there
was a fungoid growth called fol-
derol, which adheres to holm-
oaks in Madagascar, and is a
great luxury at native banquets.

ZXULP B QwuPp,

- Cryptoquote: NO LOVE SO TRUE AS LOVE THAT

SATU
ocr.

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who like the best in Or
prices.

Then he has an idea.
send messages in empty bottles.

Why shouldn't 1?" Seizing the SS
bag that had held his buns he Prepared oy Sis
wriies: ‘* Sailing with Koko, all

** Sailors

well so far, Love from Rupert.”
Ard .ddressing, it to Mrs. Bear he
puis 1 in his empty milk bottle

comes ot. and throws it overboard For Reservations
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BOOK THE DATES

THURSDAY 19th & FRIDAY 20th at 8.30
MATINEE FRIDAY 20th at 5 pm.

AT EMPIRE THEATRE

“PASSPORT TO. HEAVEN”

(REVUEDVILLE 1950)

yoen By sina

Mrs, A. L. STUART'S DANCING CLASS

A WIDE RANGE OF STAGE DANCING FROM THE
STATELY BALLET TO THE MODERN TANGO,
JIVE AND BEEBOP

BOOKINGS:—Open at Empire Theatre Box Office from
Friday 13th between the Hours of 8.30 a.m. and
12 noon, and 1.30 p.m. to 3.30 p.m.

PRICES:— ORCHESTRA and BOXES $1.50; HOUSE $1.00
BALCONY 72c.

ALL SEATS CAN BE RESERVED





OPENING

THE
GREEN DRAGON

An up-to-date Chinese Restaurant catering to those

his onions.

NO. 9 BROAD STREET

Seen



Jewels and diamante are
called “It’s a gem,” has a

BEJEWELLED FOR COCKTAIL TIME





CROSSWORD





Down
tubes for bosy,, |
; May we say equal shares? (4 4)

work merits it. (6)



. Not now th
; agi ate (3).
5 eight in wei,

gent. (o)
. YOU want & notion, (4)
. Drink trap. (3)

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London Express Service

Housewives
Guide

Prices of Pumpkin and
Butterbeans when the “Ad-
vocate” checked yesterday
were: —

Pumpkin—8 cents per lb.

Butterbeans 24 cts. per Ib.

B.B.C. RADIO...
PROGRAMME ~

WEDNESDAY, Oct. 11 1950 i

7 a.m. The News; 7.10 a.m. Néws
Analysis, 7.15 a.m. Close Down, 12 noon
The News: 12.10 p.m, News Analysis;
12.15 p.m. Music for Dancing 1 p.m
Mid week Talk; 1.15 p.m. Radio News-
reel; 1.30 p.m. The Constable's Move;
2 p.m, The News; 2.10 p.m. Home
News from Britain; 2.15 p.m. Sports
Review; 2.30 p.m, Have a go; 3 p.m.
British Concert Hall; 4 p.m. The News;



4.10 p.m. The daily service; 4.15 p.m
My kind of Music; 5 p.m, The Cesare-
witch; 5.15 p.m. Programme Parade
5.30 p.m. ‘The Naturalist; 5.50 p.m
Interlude; 6 p.m, English Songs; 6.30

From the Third Programme; 6,50

pm
The News; 7.10

p.m. Interlude; 7 p.m
p.m. News Analysis 7.15 p.m, Why be
a Teacher; 7,45 p.m. The Contempor-

ary English Novel; 8 p.m. Radio News-
reel; 8.15 p.m. United Nations Report;
8.20 p.m. Composer of the Week; 8.30
p.m. Mid week Talk; 8.45 p.m. Strike
up the Music; 9.30 p.m. Land and Live-
stock; 10 p.m. The News; 10.10 p.m.
From the Editorials; 10.15 p.m. Have
a Go; 10.45 p.m. Sterling Value; 11 p.m.
Close Down ~~

LUCKY DIP
BRUSSELS

Marcel Delbrooke, skipper of
the Belgian fishing trawler, Andre
Lucianne. came into port towing
a jeep. He caught it while fishing
oft Ostend.

RDAY
14th

iental dishes at reasonable

Chinese Chef who knows

Dial 3896



EMPIRE

TODAY 4.45 and 8.30
and Continuing

M-G-M Presents

“PATHER OF
THE BRIDE”

es nego aschaeeeepemecen

Starring
Spencer Tracy, Joan Bennett

With Elizabeth Taylor
Don Taylor

ROXY
LAST 2 SHOWS TODAY
4.30 and 8.15

M-G-M_ ; Double!!!
Gregory Peck, Ava Gardner
in

“THE GREAT
SINNER”

AND

“A NIGHT AT
THE OPERA”

with
— Allan Jones

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WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY — 8.30 P.M.
M-G=M’s JUNGLE THRILLER !!!
Johnny WEISSMULLER and Johnny SHEFFIELD in
“TARZAN AND HIS MATE”

~ OPENING FRIDAY — Warner’s Double Hit ! ! !



















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MATINEE: TO-DAY at 5 p.m.
TO-NIGHT to THURSDAY NIGHT at 8.30
HUMPHREY BOGART — LAUREN BACALL
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with BRUCE BENNE!'T — AGNES MOORHEAD
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11, 1950

WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER

SSS. SE SS
TODAY & TOMORROW
5 & 8.30 p.m

WARNER’S Double—

Paul Henreid in “CONSPIRATORS” and
Gary Cooper in “CLOAK & DAGGER”
FRIDAY, SATURDAY, SUNDAY 5 & 8.30 P M

Paramount Presents BING CROSBY in— ws
“HERE COMES THE WAVES
with The ANDREWS SISTERS





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OPENING FRIDAY, OCT. 13TH

with
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PAULA RAYMOND

CONNIE HAINES « CLINTON SUNDBERG

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Written by DOROTHY COOPER and JERRY DAVIS

Directed by ROBERT Z. LEONARD
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YOU REFIT
YOUR BOAT

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We have - - -
CANVAS — Nos. 6—9
ROPE — All Sizes
COPPER PAINT
ANCHOR CHAINS
WHITE PAINT

Also:
SAIL NEEDLES FISHING LINES
GROMMETS DEEP SEA LINES
PALMS FISH HOOKS

THE HARBADOS CO-OPERATIVE
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il 1VOTHER

COMING | THIS
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second
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WARNER BROS.

William Boyd as Hopalong
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OLYMPIC

TODAY & TOMORROW
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20th C-Fox Double

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— and —

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WEDNESDAY,

OCTOBER il,

1950



Leg. Co. Approves $3,805
For Ceramist And
Animal Accommodation

A SUPPLEMENTARY resolution for $3,805 to provide

new accommodation for stud animals at District Agricul-
tural Stations, and new expenses of a Ceramist was con-

The Addendum stated that ad-.
ditional accommodation at
District Agricultural Stations is
urgently required for stud
animals, whose services are now
required more frequently by the
public and especially by small
agriculturists, It is therefore
proposed to construct accomme—
dation for eight additional bulls
to be maintained at those stations
where demand for services is
greatest. Additional bulls are
becoming available from time to
time from calves reared at the
Central Livestock Station.

Next there are expenses in-
eurred by the Ceramist in excess
of the grant made undeér Coloni:l
Development and Welfare
Scheme R.72 during his term of
service with this Government
which expired in December, 1949.

Lastly there is a revote of the
unexpended balance of the free
grant made under Colonial De-
velopment and Welfare Scheme
R. 72, which was intluded in the
Approved Estimates for 1949-50,
for the engagement on contract of
a Ceramist.

Stations Useful

Mr.. E, J. Petrie, Acting Colo—
nial Secretary, reminded members
that the Agricultural Stations
served a very useful purpose in
the island. Where the Ceramist
was concerned, the Colonial
Development and Welfare
Organisation had supported the
Government’s application, ior
funds under the Colonial Develop—
ment and Welfare Act, and the
scheme had come to an end as
far as C.D. & W. were concerned.

The provision in the Resolution §

was merely a revote of money
which would have been used last
year had it been brought to ac-
count in time. The amount was
completely re-imbursable from
C.D. & W. Funds. The $41.00
was merely excess accrued over
the agreed amount, and it was
not considered worthwhile to
approach His Majesty’s Govern-
ment for that paltry sum,
Hospital porters are to get a
change in name. According to
a Resolution approved by the
Legislative Council yesterday
giving effect to the Civil Estab-
lishment (General) Amendment
No. 8 Order of 1950, Porters will
henceforth be called Orderlies.
Hospital Complaints
Acting Colonial Secretary, Mr.
E. J. Petrie, told the Council that
Dr, Hallinan in the course of his
inquiry into the working of the
General Hospital had recom—-
mended to the Government the
investigation of some grievances
complained of by members of the
subordinave staff. The Order was
a result of such an investigation.
The Order changed the name
“Ward Porter” to “Head
Orderly” and the name Assistan|
Head Porter to “Assistant Hea
Orderly.” The Order then brings
ward and dispensary porters
under one head—orderlies—and
in addition adds ten new order-
lies.
In the past it was necessary for
a certain number of the staff to
sleep in at night, and it was now
desired to introduce the shift
system. That would be made
possible by the addition of the
ten new orderlies.

—

BURIED AT SEA

(From Our Own Correspondent)

PORT-OF-SPAIN.
Conrad R, Murray, late Ex~-
Super Sergeant of the Trinidad
police force, was buried at sea
to-day. Barbadian born, he came
to Trinidad in 1903, He resigned
30 years ago. His step daughter



curred ih by the Legislative Council yesterday. |

$3,600 Approved
For Meteorological |
Service In Wi.

The Legislative Council yester-
Gay concurred in a Resolution for
$3,600 in order that Barbados may
assume its respohsibility for the
British West Indies Meteorological
Service.

The Secretary of State for the
Colonies has advised this Govern-
ment that the Air Ministry is no
longer prepared to finance the
Meteorological Service in the
British West Indian Colonies and
therefore as from the Ist of April
1950, the various colonies con-
cerned should be prepared to
aSsume the responsibility for these
services. The Colonies are asked
to notify their intentions by the
end of September, 1950.

The Secretary of State has
suggested that a British West
Indian Meteorological Service
should now, be established on the
basis of the present service and
that any future expansions should
be .the subject of discussions be-
tween the colonies concerned.

The total expenditure for
1949—50 on Meteorological ser-
vices was $167,184, and on this
basis Barbados’ share of the






AT LANCASTER FACTORY

BARBADOS ADVOCATE

THE CASSAVAS being made ready for the machine at the Faotory.



Early Buying
For Xmas

THERE was an atmosphere of
bustle at Da Costa & Co. Ltd.
around 11 a.m, yesterday. It was
breakfast hour at most business
places. and employees took time
off to give the various stores a
“look see.”

The Shoe Department at
DaCosta’s had the most customers
at that time. In one section of the
department a man was trying on
a pair of shiny patent leather
shoes, in another two women and
a little girl were chatting in Span-

appareatly trying to decide on the

expenses of the proposed service purchase of a pair of shoes for

will be $3,216 per annum, The
ecretary of State also proposed
that a contribution of $62,400 per

annum for a period of three years

| from the Ist of April, 1950, should



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be made by the United Kingdom
Government towards the estab-
lishment of the British West
Indies Meteorological Service.

This grant will be divided among
the Colonies concerned on the
basis of contributions made:

an early teenager.

A cluster of men were in the
Suiting Department. Some were
ordering cloth, others were dis-
cussing among themselves the
merits of this or that piece.

Some women were making
chases of bright coloured

ish at 300 words to the minute,
ur-

ness at the counter where buttons,
elastic, thread and such things
ean be had. A clerk was mean-
while assorting various colours of

reimbursement to Barbados will} ;nitting thread.

be at the rate of $1,248 per annum
for the three years.

Mr. E. J. Petrie, Acting Colonial ¥

Secretary moving concurrence in

The Weather

TODAY
Sun Rises: 5.48 a.m.
Sun Sets: 5.45 p.m.
Moon (New) October 11
Lighting: 6 p.m.

YESTERDA
Rainfall (Ourineady

-51 ins.
Total for month to yesterday

. . 87 ins.
Temperature (Max.) 86.0° F
Tempetature (Min,) 72.5° F

Wind Direction (9 a.m.)
S.S.W. (3 p.m.) S8.S.E.

Wind Velocity 4 miles per
hour

Barométer (9 a.m.) 29.892
(3 p.m.) 29.823

the Resolution said it was essen-
tial that they should get the in-
formation which was given out
by the Service under discussion,
and assured the Council that the
island had got off very lightly
because of the method of alloca-
tion of expenses, In addition
part of their provision would be
offset from C.D, & W. funds.

At the end of three years the
position would be reviewed, and
so they had that time to examine

told the Press that it was always] the matter at a very modest cost

his desire to be buried at sea.



to themselves.

As people made their purchases
and came out, more were going in
nd mixing with these two sets;
at the entrance of the store were
another set who were merely
window shopping.

To tailors and dressmakers this
time of the year is like what the
Sugar Crop season is to sugar in-
dustry workers, They are already
getting orders for Christmas and
Exhibition work, and the orders
will increase as this month draws
to a close. It will be largely a ques-
tion of first come, first served, and
as happens every year, the late
will certainly be disappointed.

BON VOYAGE
FOR BETHEL

Mr Bethel, M.C.P., Junior Mem-
ber for St, John, who will be
leaving the island shortly for
New Zealand to represent Barba-
dos at the Empire Conference,
was yesterday wished a “bon
voyage” by Mr, G. H. Adams, the
Leader of the House of Assembly,
at its meeting.

Mr. Adams said that the con-
ference would only last about
eight days and then Mr. Bethel
could enjoy some of the fine
scenery which is New Zealand’s.
He felt perfectly sure that to
illustrate the spirit and friendli-
ness of Barbados there could
hardly be a more fitting member.
They looked forward to his com-
ing back refreshed in more senses
than one.

ress
materials, others were doing =
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STOCKED. BY

DELICATE

as a moonbeam



COOL BEAUTIFUL

“FERGUSON FABRICS”

FOR WEAR AT NIGHT.

LEADING

STORES.

Animal Feed Faetory Shuts

THE GOVERNMENT Floup
where cassava and potatoes are’
form a part of Balanced Ani repared from a
Government formula, was working’at full blast when the
Advocate visited there yesterday.

The last load of cassava, as can) teresting. The cassava or potatoes
be seen in the picture, had just|are first put into a mache thet
arrived and was being “headed”} washes and skins them :

| They
by labourers to the washing ma-, then

ar



; brought into the faetory
chine, the first process of its being} building proper by an elevator
turned into flour, and sliced by an automatic mma- |
It has been the custom for the] chine. |
factory to process cassava and
potatoes at the same time but this| These cassava and potato “chips” |
year the potatoes are not yet} we then baked in large cvers
ready and so grinding ceased yes-| 1" the factory and ground int
terday flour
The Government Experimental |
Only 540 tons of cassava were} Pottery plant is also situated at |
ground into flour this year aS|Lancaster and is making flower

compared with 4,500 tons of po-| pots in sizes varying from twelve
tatoes and cassava that werelinches to three inches

ground in a peak year. Experiments are

Interesting Process

The process is simple »ut in- toe early to offer any comment,

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ed BARBADOS ADVOCATE WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 11, 1950

ARADO gH ATO RUSSIA, Vat of WOW AMERICA SEES OUR






























| _ HEALTH PLAN
;
; Wednesday, October 11, 1950 s1i@ P, 2@) le: ?
a Mri sete vr Tins HIGHMOOR GUAVA
NERS Lam making this assessment because I believe it | THIS is how ae ae 50
~~ : e American doctors
immensely important to understand more ace ‘ly the s ; : Tins KRAFT MACARONI
THE unhappy state of the Leeward ; sage P ’ nore accurately th picture the plight &CHEESE....... 31. BB
. * Islands is a matter of concern for all who |@aily life of the Seviet people in relation to (he regime uf the average Tins PEANUTS
Beet: use the word West Indian to denote the |qfad rales them British patient oe3% {
> t collective association of people who live in after two years of
the islands and mainlands of the British ji @ ogee .. @ nationalised medi-
Caribbean. e& Yr z YW z E lw emts ; cine.
ee The tumultuous passage of Lord Baldwin : - ; Eat The picture
vr through the romantic and historic islands oniien ttm et
. i itle of warts ig STALIN’S one: Ave-year . x ‘ a a i e
:. which bear the drab title of Leewards, is Pi are anreet a " By Sefien Delmer ‘ two words to translate the page “Funnies”
te still within recent memory. The, destrue- ears ae wee nple lish) word worker! >
7 3 of industrial and clerical work ‘Auta ite trugeling Quite wut’ between them strip cartoon,
tion of property. which two fires, a tropical to 560 roubles a month. It is diffi- With friendly : hich “1 i which is issued RUBBER
disturbance and one hurricane caused in | “fil! fy, translate 500 ar ae eat have ae 1% ape Bomaes minon by U.S, doctors sree gy ee Blue — : 27” x 16” n
Antigua a short time ago is depressing is ahout £88 Here i enat i ; y when — WORD number one is “RABOT- ve é Pedes Blue, Blue and White — 22” x
f Ssing st t £3: s ‘ they meet a foreigne NIK.” It staods for the work
herita enough fo sui Gove : would mean in a man’s budget : in the trilby Word, hee tort os gig¢ anxious to prevent Drain-board, Green and White, Red and White,
ge 4B eto : . Contrast... is “RABOTCII,” a rather sneer- rH: the introduction : Blue and White — 22” x 14”
The destruction of houses and _prop- odeganll ips ta ree pining” “enentiean
j ; i : . = n . To buy the same 1 GLANCE! 1 at the primitive * a hee ad < a ica.
& erty in Anguilla and Barbuda by the amount of food to which he was put : po lookir al i= It ds see the RABOTNIK OF ERate pt land aE eee ss FIBRE
same hurricane is an additional headache entitled before rationing ended er’s cottage which was her home y nisi: that Stalin ha Called “The Sad Case of Waiting Room N 1, 2, & 3, Plain
‘ o . ERA at ge in 1947 a man would have to spend yow Iy my mind e Ee < 0. at r the régime. Willie”, the cartoon is based on a six weeks’ ; Os. 1,
for the King’s representative who is re 255 roubles trasted it with the tumbledown ere are about 12,000,000 of |.) vey of the Socialst health sch . ‘ Nos. 1, 2 & 3, Figured
sponsible for these smaller islands no less If he has a wife and child to slums I h een in the So sm, and if is they who run the | S4rvey of the Socialst health scheme, recently Nos. 1, 2 & 3, C.L.S.
than for the larger Presidencies of, St. be “00 wouktas oan a thie is selves for i ¥ f they had i t oa tivis a piedices eas ae a ot he cre i
Kitts, Antigua and Montserrat. more than he can afford, and that official ratio 1a \ he hoinblest of these over- | "e American Medica socta i mie ;
Coming to the Leewards and to a seat is why the wives of all “common of fi nor Bpace petson ete: BS See Saree, Bat-eared, bulbous-nosed Willie with his WILKINSON & HAYNES CO., LTD.,
workers”—as against Trilby Hat Vel i uch as the hig Chapli brell d drainpi tr
of Government in Hurricane-swept Anti- workers—have to go out to earn is a lot | p : voich id RABOTCHE under him Vhapinesque umprele an : TOO Pe mee ; Successors To
- gua with special haste, because of this, Mr : ne ; ih dalighy sept wt ; f oe ee ers, may look larger than life, the pamphlet
: rs we t standard rates of pay for W#5 rousea z ce ie team of tame writer:

Blackburne with commendable speed has adult workers, a man would have

. ene he ne aciae to work for a 1 Ib. loaf of wheat
begun a tour of the scattered dependencies ee tee eects scieee ol

| er in Scientia J had dinner wie says, but all his experiences are real. cas c S. PITCHER & CO. ;

rent) a + hi 7 Stricken with severe stomach-ache, Willie
kitch 5 ; in ot te » tell me &abou


























































. : i i. , ae ; #43 PHONES 4472 & 4687
and islands which comprise the Federation | minutes in: Sakae i Ova Mee cntetne be oe c ba goes from one surgery waiting room to
a ate 0 I I 2in into severa wi. .
38 of the Leewards. Hvitadn: 7: -Amertea 6: ‘Franes. ty her ourtt _Was of thousands of roubles a mont) another, only to be told that all the over- eae
; The splendid gesture of Barbados, Trini- 12; Italy 10; Sweden 39; U.S.S.R 1 snobbe: we ee, jee thee ee —_ worked doctors are too busy to see him that
. ar South 4 sne .Faia ‘ . ‘ ants and prizes. ley ac} 4-
i dad, Jamaica, British Guiana and the 68 orked it ! imit leit Milian ce carrot thaie ew | day. |
é 7 i ; 7 ; ing ay Bread and cabbage are the tau they would be allowed the use of s 3 . ||
3 United Kingdom ee contributing pore? staple foods a the Soviet phere : “You ’ one with . i ff ae an in } With his stomach-ache getting worse, ba
ay personnel and goods to the relief of Anti- fa s ‘ le ‘ 1 4 rather cometimes they arte exemptec | Willie seeks out his Socialist M.P. “Give the pts
? y ini st have encourage , XLOTHES. A suit off the ack | Ba from itieonie tox ; i |
4 gua’s suffering. must have encouraged the bee in ohe-of the big storés costs. “Russia ever renee Ce scheme a chance, boy,” says the politician. Pat
% _ Kindly and warm-hearted ex-District 11,500 roubles three recsthie’ eee ee i ly RABOTNEK friends hac | “We'll iron it out in a couple of years. Mean- {43
* ‘officer of Ni eria, whose promotion to the wages. A pair of ordinary shoe Th Enigma houses and fiats of their ow: ile j ,
2 t f a - ‘ 1 costs two weeks’ | wages—250 ds am i iilly'a summer nottaiae it | while, have a cigar.’ .
5 dignity o overnor, ORs Commander- in- roubles. HER hu d us { country well, while th When Willie collapses in the street, he is
z Chief of the Leewards is fitting reward for r Bee aomuak hears ve RABOTCHTE | wie Aamnilies ng “| rushed to a hospital too crowded to take him ;
= i ar 7: . INTS oro + They are . _ : ; nm tnree or four families to ¢ °. . * :
¢ one who has spared neither health noi na RENTS are low, They are feel’ we! are real froin it fStenen in. After filling in forms, he is sent home WATER HEATERS
personal comfortiin the service.of colonial | fy pit a premium goes to tens ee eee eT take urope host Dagasred of. all ure phe | with a pill, for which he signs a receipt. odels in 5, 12, 30 & 40 gals
2 eo SS Gicecest” 3 Rn. se bie ie Tene i. Hand A tetonil deattacine of ‘the MVD Only the unselfish enterprise of the old m SIN y hy .
he A » eevera ousanad roubies are ounce nh is I as . , ‘ ance (i! ©. . . ea: : .
* i ue minis demanded by a_ tenant ay. 1 felt that iy whe recently, escaped has revealec | family doctor saves Willie’s life. Hearing that Also
: oe erm cree vee with Gibtine- 1 aves Hp aoe te Wek wagte viene ak Grate vhs ee Suet ue’ ewse. the child he brought into the world is ill, the DRESSING
% : . . ° +, + ie C 1 oO ror Sovie i ru Vac he mos = saded :
o tion in Palestine and in Gambia. As first ie a aie AGE oe Gidhe Fihidlies a 4 @mierés lines: luxury accommodation a‘ {doctor runs round and removes Willie’s ap- HAIR
® Administrative Secretary to the Comp- share a kitchen lavatory, or bath- re fascinating olida rt their own i i
» nies Mee ANT Kenn tos oe pendix on the kitchen table. EQUIPMENT
< alfare i room, which ‘ 1eip C ceep \ ner } t ! a t res :
¥ en 3 ee and Welfare in | (Oin’ ' P played ‘the Red Arm , re-'' “whey also enjoy private per-| The final frame shows a wistful, convales-
2 ie West Indies he built a foundation of ected fore eri NOt SOGiRt: pceegreke sis Ane hast inlanein “We . : tears
* ress for the peoples of the Britis! The stairways of aportment living conditions, believed in the jhe State theatre and batlet, sual oat) nb ante iis set eae
i prog or the peoples of the British | houses are the responsibility of invincibility of Stalin r children attend special mode! |£0F yourselves instead of letting someone DaCOSTA’S
i W "¢ nc ‘ * Anke * ‘ ‘ we yn 2114 hey i 1 oe ¢ i ; Aare attend s é x ‘i 2
g Caribbean. In his recent post as Head of Lal a gemamgona il oT tate’ wf i ie) eek ote hat Schools reserved for them ex-|else do it for you when all he wants is to
4 . : ; ‘ ® » are Suall) a state o 1 opp iW , t ' Rake f a hiedibe ‘ : i '
“% the peg See at a“ Sore lumaitice neglect. pe tvs sided a h § netnies 2 Bie Pa | hold down a fat job in the Government.” ELECTRICAL DEPT.
2 age e oe e ea y in the inenvieee Sneice!; Ties Gockina seainst, repatriation Their Rights By distributing the comic free through i
ar East and has, more than any single in- ‘ ‘ ee Res ehow they symbolised D
* A is done in small kerosene stoves Someho { VEN more important thar |surgery waiting rooms, the doctors hope to
‘ dividual in the United Kingdom been re- % ” : stré wn ‘ f tl va ~O- these fierce differentiations be-* ga 7 OSS 1
3 sponsible for the publicising of iis Colo- @ WORK. Soviet industrial P ‘ my ae tit * tween the carning id the get ‘Willie's eee aan to a substantia
® fee to th 1 . he U S d Ki d and clerical workers work six 889 Gav , and ened privileges of the RABOTNIK anda | section of the American voters.
es to the people of the Unite ingdom, eight-hour days a week. They ; aay : hiocd in de. te RABOTCHI is the new police:
5 Mr. Blackburne is a worth roduct of have a fortnight’s holiday a year Sica ‘of th ani than any Which is caysing the RABOTNIK OPERATION SAFETY ; ;
é ae y produ witht bey. fence of theis ye SANs OS RABOTNYE | ye AN INGENIOUS robot device which will
art a se d er — af a sistingyished If they are 20: minutes late or 2 Provided three times, more t cena ad 506 a and economic |make anaesthesia much safer and more ef- e
le + an administrator of Zeal and a man leave their job 20 minutes early uislings 4 x Pier he BIS “S0PMMONT toative has been invented by a British doctor
4 . ‘ p it oe od oe y vce All the rest , } { iIrope worker” interiors y a Britis Octo:
, of.the highest integrity and real simplicit they are punished as absentees. @ the Aas aan ion oa e os fot z
i a mena mn. ye tre ead Ds The? puniahfent is (up: fo six combines E Pwo pigamur a er reaponatts ' It is a combination of a standard anaes. ‘A Schall Shidment of « - -
4 . - a eee Meat at a ee Seb ee at ent ene Re-edueation cisicsel. to shen the waht t. {thesia apparatus and a “brain-wave recordei
% ar: oy me hs . a, Ef aidlanstar OF Vow wolkeets earn: et he ve money and property to thei:|—a machine which picks up minute electric '
4 Leader and elected member of the St. | ings S dualism an the sou the descendants -<¢; abolished unde ient’s brai
‘ ings. Soviet pec at fs ; ; currents generated by a patient’s brain ;
g ; iy f BS ‘ ’ . } at he earliest’ réforms of the Socialis 4
é Kitts Legislative Council and an elected . slaibenibinds es abd Had all Stal Lit iter poli utiDE revolution Rela wena ed t,.| through metal contacts attached to the head
Ps A ENS Ss. i = e five vear Ww twill ” i
* re r a = beg ae Council title4 » oe rues Beeke at fe : re ot hi nolic . vilige i 2 eae ee Doctors have discovered that the waves Size 60” x 80” at $8.32 each
§ not only a slur on other Labour organ- age o ney have worked” Wel] te f y fo es in AT aes i ‘
: isations in the Caribbe but a disgrace for 25 years; women if they are It has led h to také such tornr of non-producing property- ponbrates by the. healthy mene 7“ - ‘ ‘
é aribbean, but a disgrace | 55 and have worked for 20 years. immediate tactiea es as oid raasters, furniture, and|highly sensitive to anaesthetics. A whiff of in the following Colours:—
4 Sere Sear ree syncs. It is to be meree is e rodtine « Sania weet oid Tb sae ran : ort at pris ; Ro B Soviet parents are once mor ether immediately increases the size of the
tha . pre ¢ * « DIES & Y » NLOS re abou i 1 all urnec ison- 50) t i iis are e . ; :
4 " t responsible Labour leaders and West age pensioners either beg, starve, ers of war : s who being mace » pay for the educa- | Waves. Under fuller anaesthesia they gev ROSE, PINK, SAGE, wake SAXE, CAMEL
% Indian legislatures throughout the area or go on working till they dic worked for th gard tion of their children after the}gmaller, When the brain is deeply uncon- and PEAC
€ will lose no tim ex + the’ ssret They cannot live on the pension. less of whe 4 ud iws at school, ; :
¥ eas ee “9 in : Beir efr rear There is no unemployment in- to ae ty hips are granted on a|scious the waves disappear. eee
4 a is exhibition o ad manners in an surance, because theoretically SE UP snest re-edt soni mpetitive $ and as a political : : ‘
x ialimnd which ought for historical reasons to | there is no such thing as unem- centres through which all soldiers award, This means that only the Dr. Reginald Bickford, an ex-R.A.F, medi.
% Gcadind tha vaty. AGE Areeetnk pack tis ployment in the Soviet Union who have formed part i ;, Most exceptional RABOTCHI|cal officer, now working at America’s famec WHITNEY ALL WOOL
” GCOS WEY, Poe te Seer, ee * ° . Europe must } eriicren have a chance of con-} Mayo Clinic, conceived the idea of using thc
4 progress of the West Indian peoples. Most important of all, it ha ing their schooling after the]... 7. ” : ;
z THEY were showing me over confirmed Stalin in I rmina- r elementtir? years brain-waves” of patients undergoing oper
: an experimental farm in the thick iion to jettison tt t vesti The rowded homes do not/ations as running records of the depth ol
iF of the Brazilian jungle when I of Lenin’s ri of 1a! give them th® opportunity to work i , ome
re a heard an old familiar tune s shares ‘or. evel ly nd ) larships. And in any case their unconsciousness.
B. G. Constitution song of ey pieeis per ones rE teed a lar ‘ p s‘eannot afford to kee > When this idea worked, he devised <«
song of our florious ed Army cla with ons
















rents ” x 80” at $7.20 each
e So most of the RABOTCHI1 ; 2 f 4 2 Size 60” x ‘

the little interpreter had called continued exis'ence of th +4 san Maveltte And a {6b be a method of linking the recording machine wit}

it when we asked him what this For the « rsl of the pro- ; ' ‘

melody was that the band played letariat ‘ ubstita i Beh eae ie 7 an anzesthesia apparatus, so that the shape 9



THE SECRETARY OF STATE for the
Colonies has set up a Commission headed

SECURE YOURS NOW FROM
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by Sir John Waddington, formerly Colo-

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to us night after night in the dictator te. drawn Maybe the waves generated by a patient’s brain au e :
marble-pillared dining hall of fro t} letariat t atic y
nial Sect t f British G ic Moscow's Moskwa Hotel, ; 1 W 1 i AM wondering whether Stalin eect controlled the amount of anes ;
retary of British Guiana and Gov- I had heard the tune often ‘wo Words * is not falling a victim -to the|thetic being fed to it.
ernor of Barbados from 1938 to 1941, tode- | Cmoush since then. The ste! allacies of own Socialist Da COSTA & Co., Ltd.

ene, eee one Rae ot ss Bog anes ae Sov cae te saath doctrine of class warfare in build-{ The device can be pre-set to give the right

grad The German band had whet mat of a sociatised Srinath oe ae hna trtorent degree of unconsciousness needed for any
played it at the Intourist Hotel in concern, } retary, oF ’ Hs rik

vise a new constitution for British Guiana.
This is further evidence of constitutional



































development in the British West Indies. In Bracee eam Leipzig ee set it es . (ore : ne the... We ah Wberete and 1s Reneesoellon gehen: alee gs me supply
5 ey Y pre it was w floating felt it advisable to look and aress ‘ Be a ‘ fF anme j Ke
Jamaica and Trinidad there have been con- | out to me over the hot, humid as much like a muscle-worki1 e and ‘bring down the|% anaesthetic falls below the patient’s re
C " : 1 t { zhout istor as re 3 io
siderable changes, in Barbados the Bushe | jungle air of Central earogete from . -proletar On the hina sa! Bm quirements the brain-waves alter. News o-
5 . . > a conceruna someone was playing wht the poc ) ni as in BE oo >
iseriawat. ison triel, Proposale’ for e-eoncartinm sapieane was pleyi \ i . - this alteration is automatically flashed to ar
widening the scope of the constitution of to with melancholy and official ‘ es in om i ee electric pump, which then feeds in mor
. staigia. Une t 1 at Bt no the men anc 4 e < sie :
the Leewards and Windwards are under As we came up the concertina workmer 1 Lik those hat escaped from Soviet anaesthetic, f 4
discussion. And now British Guiana con- stoped abruptly. il ia Lenin 8m un had worn in the Russia sineai the war ome Anesthetists normally control their ma : :
{ templates political change. was no mistaking her Rustian- | To-day | hen ng t Seen ev seabers of the {chines by less sensitive signs, such as pulsc 2
| 3 Oa . f secidichiness. At tee Startaid le of wil members of the J Ss tall Offered
The terms of reference will be “to review eR eye oe Sot ee ae ere ‘True onoush. the Soviet Union & ARON NEK:priviligentsia.’ and breathing rates. pec yg
a - 7 - ’ , . 1 } St . . : : .
the franchise, the composition of the Legis- gazing at me from beneath a continu call it federa- ee . alin hg thought Hospital trials with Bickford’s device havi | F VY Ei je ment
lati Z iN smooth peasant forehead garland- tion of ( ublics ene » too. And that this is } hi 1 h thesi or our re, oy
ative and Executive Council and any other | ¢q with a wreath of wheat-blond But with that-elastic capacity wh) -*harries his class in}|Shown that perfectly smooth angesthesia ca)
related matters in the light of the Colony’s _ | plaits in typical Soviet style. u a Oat t cp ith constant purges|be achieved with it. Refresh Yourself With - - -
ic d ] : She contemplated me with that i s it as a lan- and here hints '
economic development, and to make re- mixture of disdainful almost guage, R i ; to-day devel- —~LE.S London Express Service. IDRIS KOLA TONIC—$1.00
b eommendations”. aoa bis ns di eo combine dclinedhdlabsald sbaliee
C VITAMIN FOODS
My There could hardly have been a better service and bé well-stocked with colour i
: : ‘ and b -sto -olour bar, but that kept by vin- \4 CHEESE
sélection for the Chairmanship of the Com- OUR READERS SAY: West Indian Rottery and produce. dictive, narrow-minded people. CALVES’ LIVER maneer sisscowe
oe ait, pf : sanitation’ must be speeded up. Places ‘which keep up such a spirit .
mission. Sir John Waddington who has ‘ -bins painted ete. Groceries of vesentment detrimental to \}, OX TREPE
2 served in British Guiana also had the op- Or, American Yor: Cugie and: t : i hampet the customer w orld progress, and fostering rene il) ‘ox TAILS STEAK & KIDNEY PUD-
¢ 2 : : " The Editor, The Advocate ’ ling him to any unneces- natred, shou in ea ua
4 portunity to see the working of the more Sin Ag MatenAme te: an: inland Every sae Lape trouble. That's my version. P OX TONGUES DING 42 Per Tin
’ , - . > 4 ae ‘ . at .
i ad ced Barb SC ; : z hus hie! is advertise as “Litt A eat Vetcrd sstaurants” must - Serve West Tourists should be encouraged * FROZEN COD FISH
4 van ado constitution at first England” eee at L. : . th aS ae a indian dishes, and havea W.1. at- to freely mix with all classes, as SWEET BREADS 32 per Ib.
¢ hand. The practical knowledge should Weights ahd iteasures (suth ary : vA ; ¥ “en D Ae mosphere. Stamp windows must this is the British West Indies— BRAINS ; :
serve him in the theoretical part of the Stones, Bushels, Perches, Poles — dend a pened: at the GF .O. more iet~.. “Not Scandinavia, | DESSERTS
Wotk and his k Sadie (Ok. i ea etc.) are British, it is very extra- Wal sh Athtnt ‘ ( . boxes, and last but not least: With — |
. . a pi a rol aphe ven a ordinary that one of” the” miost nervial Vehicle Owners and * vee gooey “ HITE CITIZEN. ' KIDNEYS BIRD'S CUSTARD
ous sections o e ulanese community impertant Staples is sold and net aect ting - =? ” . TENDER LOIN
; should be helpful in deciding the i ni Taxed in the considerably smaller a \NADIAN” POURS SEAN. narssertohs CRIVER's CUSTARD
t elpful in deciding the inter- American Gallem, namely Gaso- M y dT aaiene: Naik oteaal Fopret Col ie To the Editor, The Advocate RABBITS JELLIES — 5 Flavours
4 racial and minority problems which might lene and Oil. de sche deb anianc igo eras acbei ; OFZCe NVOCOUE at SIR,—As I understand there is
g arise ‘ It would be very interesting to e Ed The Advécate, To_the or, The Adivacate wr, euph Peas at enere for TABLE BUTTER in Pkg. ROYAL PUDDING —
? i 5 know how this came about ; : n 5 na . SiR, ao no ike to read griculture, sugg at many | UTTE Tins
$ Constitutional development is said to be who was responsible for this piect idvecate “Tout Rud ut we rbout ‘co ed aette eats ea young ne could TABLE B R in 3 Flavaurs
: f “Legislative Chiseling” ke terest t t of a think both sides are st fau e he oming “Farmer- ‘
5 successful only when the community to e in ket hn: Guicrs Abe are som satest. sluggard in Barbade 1 this feeling up ins ettes” _ ema supplied ond {ff}. SADSED SRANULS tn Tas HUNTER’S SULTANA
4 which it comes reaches cultural and edu- Sooes accused of being more t t t ho t br tings modern methods—food ree '\] CARR’S SWEET BISCUITS PUDDINGS
‘ Fas, . A ies , : ante half American, we insist on tt ( ) t is ne 10. show partiality or into, Interest must be revived in
& cational standards ahead of its present Imperial ulon in all j 4 r ° . ould be punished, our land, as “the country is the ' .. 1 Ib. Tins, 2 Ib. RHUBARB
S state. British Guiana already has an edu- measures, furthermore ot G iS a forr f insult to one and pride of Barbados”. Sorry I am Tins GOOSEBERRIES
¢ cational qualification for voters and this is rnment does at least publish an ( y. As f say the fault is on not able to help my country in this
v que € i 5 & : si account of¢ the spending Barbados t side I have eften got on way. | WATER BISCUITS GRAPES
4 more than other West Indian colonies ean Gasolene Tax collected, thing i u with coloured people There is no disgrace to this }
¥ elaim. The task of the Commission should | © the Sear sare cha A e wi acm een insulted on account work, but it must be made attrac- . ‘
% . ’ | id, they are pledge © spt our Tourists We » and -daily white tive and modernised. } E t DDARD'S
Â¥ not be therefore as difficult as it might at | every cent collected for the be A re d at and belittled Order arly from
te | t of the motorist in buil Th I e sh 1 be pur- With thanks
# first appear. ‘ maintenance of road and } i tore t img ble omeither side. There is no LAND-LOVER.









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WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 11,

1950



Chel




és
A.
Headquarters

HE OLD YÂ¥.M.C.A. Head-

quarter; at Pinfeld Street

has been taken over by Chelsea

Garage. They are altering the

building and will erect a new
Garage and Service Station

When this is completed the
large lJawm at the .rear»ef . the
building, which was formerly
used as the Y.M.C.A. -playfield,
will be turned into a parking area
where motorists can leave their
cars while at work in the city or
on a visit.

The Chelsea Garage ~ Store,
which was situated in the D. M.
Simpson building at Trafalgar
Street, has already been removed
tc Pinfold Street and is now hous-
ed in the section wheres Scout

Sow and debates were once
eld, “> as .

The ‘Seivice | Station Will’ be at
the front to Pinfold Street. and
there will be two drive ways. The
floor will be concreted. Offices
will be on the second storey and
the cash desk for gas and oil on
the bottom floor, A repair shop
will be built on what was form-
erly the Y.M.C.A. lawn tennis
field.

The contractor is Mr. John B.
Deane.

An employee of that firm told
the “Advocate” yesterday that
they expect the changes to be
completed by January. He said
that it will be much more com-.
fortable to have garage, Service -
Station and Store under the same
roof.

S Y.M.C.A. HEADQUAR-
‘TERS

removed to Union “Lodge. The
arrangements made for games and
other activities are working well

is now completely.

‘GOOD WISHES
FOR MR.
SPEAKER

Members. of the House of
Assembly at their meeting yester-
day, expressed the wish that the
Speaker, His Honour Mr. K. N.
R.. Husbands and
have a safe voyage to England
and a pleasant time while there.

The Speaker was in the Chair
for the last titme before starting
on tl® 4tip for the United King-
dom where he and his wife will
attend the opening cerenrony of
the new House of Commons.

Mr. G. H. Adams said: Now
that Your Honour is about to leave
us, I would like to wish you and

your wife on behalf the mem-
bers of the House, a le voyage
and an interesting t in Eng-

land, ; |

It is bound to” be! ‘interesting
from the historical _ ceremonial
point of view and I hope in other
respects. I hope you will come
baek as refreshed as when you
returned from the United King-
dom on the last occasion and that
you will be spared many years to
preside over the destinies of this
ancient House,

IT am sure that among the
pleasures you will have attending
the opening of the new House of
Commons, will be the justifiable
right of presiding over an Assem-
bly that is second only to one other
in the. British Empire after the
House of Commons.

It is something in the West
Indies to be proud of at any stage
of their existence, more especially
now .that we are hoping we

should go forward in the future

as a single entity. TI think that
‘we in this House should be ex-
tremely glad to remember that
Ours. .is.a.long and- honourable
parlidmentary tradition,

I have no doubt Mr, Speaker
that you will uphold the dignity

and the best possible use is being of the Speakership of this House.

made of all space.

I wish you and your wife God

Mr. H, H. Williams, Secretary speed and a safe return.

of the “Y,” told the Advocate that

Mr. Wilkinson said; Your Hon-

all members are anxiously looking our, I beg to associate myse'f with

forward to the day when activities the remarks of the hon.
will begin at the new headquarters member for St. Joseph.

at “Wakefield”. They are also hop-
ing that all the trees will soon be~

senior

We are proud that you. and
your wife have been asked to

his wife will ~

removed and the ground levelled. -sepresent this House on such an
Roy Went, local Bee-Man,*is at, historic occasion, and We sincere-
present working on a hive which ly hoped that you and Mrs, Hus-
is situated in the roof of “Wake-. bands will have a very interest-
field.” Built a box for the bees ing time. 4
and is hoping that they will all We know that when you come
enter their new home as Soon as back you will tell us of the knowl-
possible, edge .and experience you’ have

° i
i Noays AMOUNT of hawkers infer}

We most sincerely hope
ou will preside over this

Probyn Street has increased Assembly for many many years.

and a new bread cart vendor has

recently taken up his position am

there.

The majority of these hearty wishes which I feel

. His Honour said:
very glad to

Gentlemen, I
receive your
and

hawkers sell fruit, oa GS sore know are sincere.

and on many oce
a nuisance to
haste to catch

“prove

"buses.

I leave this island to represent

passengers making one of the oldest parliaments in
the British Empire, I am

fully

One hawker yesterday “had a seonscious of the honour that has

row of breadfruit extending across
the Stand. nearly to the space
marked.out for.the ‘buses,
NEW GUTTER has been built
across the road at the en-
trance from Probyn Street to
Jordons Lane. The gutter that
was formerly at this point was
fairly deep and water collected.
This new gutter is more shallow.

ad
ANY PEDESTRIANS are now
accustomed to the Crossing
Lanes in Broad Street but they
are still a few who are eitker too
lazy to walk to a crossing lane or

intend to break this rule.
The Advocate representative

stood* wp at one point yesterday d
and noticed that over 20 people t

crossed the road just a few yards

pervision of

been bestowed upon me, and I can
only hope that when I go to Eng-
land, to ‘be truly representative
of all that is honourable and best
in Barbados and especially this
encient and historic Chamber. I
hope when I return to be able to
tell you_of my_ experiences.

Animals Must
Stop Crossing
Seawell Airport

The House of Assembly yester-
ay passed a Bill to provide for
he management, control and su-
Seawell Airport. It



away from a lane within ten min- seeks to prevent animals and peo-

utes.
ca SANDIFORD of Bibby
A Gap, Halls Road, reported

ple from walking across the run-
way.

Mr. F. L, Walcott (L) who

that $55 in cash was stolen from moved the passing of the bill said

his home on Monday.

Leotta it was dangerous for people and

Springer of Fruitful Hill, St. Jos- animals to walk across the run-
eph, told the Police that a sum of Way and they were trying to erase

money was removed from her
home over the week-end.

the danger before afiything hap-
pened.

Mr. Brancker (C) said that it

HE PIPE LINES in the Gor- Would have to b@ instilled in. the

bin’s area of St. Andrew are
now being extended as far as
Graham's Gap. Formerly resi-
dents of the higher part of Cor-
bin's had to go as far as Bailey’s
Gap for water.

Last week a labour gang under
My. Bradshaw, carried out the
laying of the new pipe lines for
the extension.

HE ST. SIMON’S CHURCH,
St. Andrew, was recently
completed, This district has been
without the uses of a chucrh for a
few years and no doubt residents
will welcome it.

The building is of concrete
block and the roof covered with
asbestos. The contractor was Mr.
Cc, Skinner.

RIDGETOWN was extremely
hot vesterday morning. The
temperavure read over 86 degrees
Fahrenheit in the shade, bvu*
shortly before mid-day thiek
ciovds blotted out the sun’s rays,

Loud peals of thunder could. b&
heard and vhe day “became .very
derk, Many offices in the city
had to resort to electric lights.
After mid-day the temperature
dropped by two degrees, Soon
after, intermittent showers fs"
an these continued for the better
part of vhe day.

In St. Thomas rain poured from
about 11 ,a,m. until late in the
evening.

should be
should ensure that the regulations
be. carried out in the instance .of

minds of “the Police that they

impartial ,and they

vehicles *patking, irrespective of

who the owner of a vehicle might
be.



A SHOW will be given by the
Mobile Cinema at Admiralty
Pasture St. Philip at 8 o'clock
tonight for the benefit of the res-
idents of Six Roads area.
ESSRS. BARNES & Co's.
building at Bridge Street
was recently painted in a coat
of white, This showed up beau-
‘tifully yesterday against a back-
ground of thick dark clouds.
Formerly this building could
not be seen from Broad Street
but since the road was widened
at the corner of Bridge Street, it
can be seen from a distance.
F THE EIGHT traffic offences
recorded on the Police Reports
yesterday, »six..mptorists were
‘reported for exteeding the speed
limit. W% 2m &
There, was one charge for not
) \“atya)Major Road and
an .for-driving without due
care and: attention, it
HE ‘POLICE BAND, ‘under
( Gert. 26. vE. Raison, will
play for: awCharity Concert at
8 o’clock tonight at St. Clement’s
Boys’ School, St. Lucy.





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$153,000 MORE
FOR SEAWELL

“SOME members of the

House of Assembly yesterday

expressed the view that there should have been some pro-

vision in the contract for the work at Seawell, to ensure
the employment of more local labour.

They ho that in

the granting of any further contract of a similar nature,





such prevaye

Mr. Allder
Complains

“Stock farm!” “Stock farm!”
“Out of order!" These were the
cries which interspersed the

debate when Mr. Alider, (L) was
speaking yesterday in the House
of Assembly on Head XVI, deal-
ing with fodder for use at the
Stock farm at the Prison

Mr. Allder-said that many per-
sons who came out of prison told
bim of the unsuitable conditions
obtaining there. He felt that it
would be wrong to vote money
for a department like that.

That department, he said, was
entering on a commercial channel
and competing with the peasants
cutside.

Under Head XVII—Government
Industrial Schools—Dr. Cummins
(L) said that under the new
arrangements, the school teachers
of the Industrial School would get
“X" dollars as salary and then an
sdditional .25 per cent raise for
cxtra duties

Mr. Crawford(C) said that what

was mecessary at the Gov-
ernment Industrial School was
adequately trained teachers to
look after the institution The

time had come when members of
the staff should be given special
training to enable them to per-
form their duties effectively.

The Head was then passed

Heads 18, 20, 21. 22, 23, 24, 25,
28, 29, 30, 33 and 35 were passed
without comment. They deolt
with Commissioners of Currency,
Education, Department of Se:-
ence and Agriculture, Medical
Depertments, Barbados Regiment,
Public Works Department, Sub-
sidies and Grants, Miscellaneous
Services, Income Tax and Death
Duties, Airport and Housing
Board respectively.

The annexed Estimates dealing
with the Post Office were also
passed without comment.

Pefore the resolution was put
to the vote, on the motion of Mr
Crawford, Head XXIII,—Medi-
cal Departments—was recommit-
ted.

Mr. Crawford said that under
that head, provision was made [rr
the paying of expenses of sending
a nurse of the Barbados General
Hospital to Trinidad and for the
maintenance and treatment in a
sanatorium there. The nurse had
contracted a serious disease in the
execution of her duties at the
Barbados General Hospital.

Mr. Crawford wanted to know
if the nurse would still be draw-
ing her full salary

Dr. Cummins said that the
nurse would come under the head

of Civil Servants and therefore
the normal regulations will be
applied in her case.

Mr. Crawford said that the
illness would take some time
before the nurse would be well

again, and he did not think that
she would be on full pay during
the full length of her illness, _

He felt that the nurse should
be given her full salary during
her stay at the hospital and also
during the period of convales-
cence. He said that that should
hold good for any similar case.
The resolution was then passed.

Sea Island Cotton
Bill Passed

A Bill making. provision for
the importation into this island
of articles made of Sea Island
Cotton free of duty for a period
of one year was passed by the
House of Assembly yesterday.

Mr. M. E. Cox (L) who took
charge of the Bill referred hon-
ourable members to the objects
and reasons which stated that
the Bill sought to re-enact for a
further period of one year, pro-



visions similar to those contained
in the West Indian Sea Island
Cotton. (Exemption from duty)
Act 1947.



What’s On Today

Meeting, Chamber of Com-
merce at 2 p.m.

Mobi'e Cinema, Admiralty
Pasture, St. Philip, at
7.30 p.m.

Police Band Concert, St
Clement's Boys’ School
Pasture, St. Lucy ct 8
p.m.



would be made.

The House were discussing a
supplementary Resolution
$153,829. It was passed.

The Resolution was to supple-

ment the Estimates 1950--31
Part I. Capital, and is show in
the Supplementary Fstimte

1950—51 No. 19.

Dr. H. G. Cummins moved th:
passing of the Resolutiog,and Mr.
F. L. Walcott seconded.

Under the Head “Customs” Mr.
W. A. Crawford said thet when
some extension work was being
done on Seawell some years ago,
the result was that there was a
considerable amount $ef money
in circulation locally.

Now that one and a half mil-
lion dollars were being spent, so
much mechanical equipment was
being used, and so many of the
highest paig@ employees were being
imported from abroad, that the
money from the job circulated
here was almost infinitesimal, and
the circulation made hardly any
impact on local trade.

Mr. Crawford made the sugges-
tion that attention should be
paid to the possibility of inserting
in any contract under which the
work was to be done, clauses
which would ensure that the min-
imum amount of machinery was
used and the maximum amount
of loval labour—comparable cf
course with the economy in the
overall cost.

It was a matter for considerable
regret, Mr. Crawford said, that
provision had not been made to
ensure that more of the money
being expended on the Seawell
airport was not being circulated in
the colony.

Mr. R. G. Mapp (L) said that
while he did not see how it would
be practical to write into any terms
of a contract, that the minimum
of machinery should be used, es-
pecially as regards work like that
at Seawell, yet it was apparent
from the questions which had been
asked in the House and the com-
plaints which had been received
by members that there were many
loopholes in the contract for Sea-
well,

These would teach the House
and Government a lesson he said.

One of the loopholes in the
present contract was that which
allowed the firm doing the work
at Seawell to bring to the island
ever forty Trinidad workmen
or technicians without making
sure as to whether or not such
employees could be obtained
here.

Trinidad was the very colony
which had recently put a restric-
tion on workers enter:ng there to
compete with labour in that col-
ony.

They could only hope that in
future there would be no oppor-
tunity for a repetition of the mat-
ter complained of.

NoFairy Godmother
At Hastings House

@ From page 1.



itself with qualified West Indians.
This process will be made all the
easier, when the admirable prom-
ise of the University College of the
West Indies bears fruit.

Hasten Not Retard

I have tried to indicate the two
main directions in which “D. ana
W.” can meet definite needs in the
British West Indies of to-day
First, by offering a first-rate ad-
visory service in matiy technical

subjects, To name only a few of
these, there are agricultural,
health, education, engineering,

economics, and the technique of
bringing information to the people,
Second, by the provision of a cen-
tre for joint study, by representa-
tives of the West Indian Govern-
ments, of problems which affect
‘tthe prosperity and welfare ot
them all. You should be able to
measure our success in these two
directions when you read Sir
Hubert Rance’s report on the
Organization for the last three
years; and, I hope, the further re-
ports we shall issue in future
years. Incidentally, I think you
will be surprised to find how little
the Organization costs each year.

We are not at all apprehensive
of your verdict, except that we are

so few in number that there are
many jobs we have not been able
tot ckle. What Iam most anxious

for, myself, is that the West Indies
should recognise that we can give
sincere and disinterested service
in many cirections, and should
use us for all we are worth. We
are trying to hasten and not re-
tard, the day when all these things
we are now seeking to do will
be done by West Indians for the
West Indies,

for

ADVOCATE

£2,000
Loan
Asked

For Burial Grounds

The Legislative Council met at
2 p.m. yesterday, The following
messages from His Excellency
the Governor were received by
tre Council: —

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‘

Nomination of Representatives
from Barbados to the Fourth
Session of the West Indian
Conference to be held in
Curacao.

Expression of appreciation by
the Government of Anticua
for the contribution from
Barbados towards the relief
of the suffering caused by
the recent hurricane in
Antigua

Invitation to the Senior Member
Presiding of the Legislative
Council to attend the opening
ceremony of the new Trini-
dad_ Legislative Council.

The H6n'ble the Acting Colonial

Secretary laid the following
documents: —

Documents

Report of the Commissioner 0
the Department of the Archi-

tect and Town Planning
Officer.
Report of the Harbour and

Shipping Department for tho
year 1949.

Statement showing Gross Cus
toms and Excise Receipts for

four months ended 81st July,
1950,

Barbados Blue Book 1946—47

Hon'ble G. B, Evelyn presented
a petition from the Vestry of the
parish of Christ Church praying
fur permission for the Vestry to
raise a loan of £1,950 to enable
the Sanitary Commissioners «{
that parish to purchase a refuse
collector,

Hon'ble V. C. Gale presented a
petition from the Vestry of the
Parish of St. Joseph asking for
permission to raise a loan not
exceeding £2,000 to enclose the
burial grounds of the parish
church and St. Ann’s Church in
that parish,

Hon'ble A, G, Gittens present:
a petition from the Vestry of the
Parish of Christ Church praying
permission for the Highway
Commissioners of that parish to
pay a gratuity to two of their
employees,

Travelling Allowance

Hon'ble A. G. Gittens, present
ed another petition from th:
Vestry of Christ Church prayin:
permission to pay travelling a!
lowance to the Inspector o
Highways,

The Council passed reso'ution
for the sum of $4,200 to supple-
ment the Estimates 1950—51, Pari
I Current, as shown in the Sup-
plementary Estimates 1950—81,
No. 23, which form the Schedule
to th's Resolution to approve \h»
Order entitled “The Civil Estab
lishment (General) (Amendment)
No, 8 Order, 1950 made by the
Governor-in-Executive Commit
tee on the 24th day of August,
1950, under the provisions of Sec-
tion 3 of the Civil Establishment
Act, 1949: for the sum of $3,805
to supplement the Estimates 1950..
51, Part II, Capital, as shown in
the Supplementary Estimate;
1950-51 No, 20, which form the
Schedu'e to this Resolution: for
the sum of $3,600 to supplement ,
the Estimates 1950—51. Part
I--Current, as shown in the Sup-
plementary Estimates 1950-61, No.
21, which form the Schedule to this
Resolution.

Anaesthetist |

Other resolutions passed were
those to authorise the Govern-
ment to enter into an agreement
with a person to serve in the
Barbados General Hospital in the
office of Anaesthetist: to fix, with
effect from the Ist October, 1950,
the air mail postage on letters,
postcards and airletter forms ad-
dressed to any destination set out
in column one of the Schedule
hereto, at the rate set out imme-
diately opposite such destination
in column two of the said sche-

dule: to fix, with effect from the
lst October, 1950, the air mail
postage rate on printed matter

(including books, commercial pa-
pers and newspapers) addressed
to Great Britain,

The Council passed bills to au-
thorise the Vestry of Saint An-
drew to borrow a sum not ex-
ceeding £1,000 for completing the

new roof of the parish Chureli
and for other matters: to incor
porate The Synagogue Burial

Grounds Committee: Bill to amen |
the Christ Church Parish Loan
Act, 1948.

The Council postponed consid-
reation of a bill to amend the
Colonial Treasurer’s Act, 1891.

The Council adjourned sine die.



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Legislators
Invited To

Opening —
OF T'DAD LEG. CO.

The Government
has invited the senior membe:
of the Legislative (Council in
the absence of His Honour the|
President, and the Deputy}
Speaker of the House of Assem-
bly in the absence of His!
Honour the Speaker, to the!
opening ceremony on _ Frida
October 20 of the Legislatiy
Council of Trinidad and Tobag> |
appointed under the new Trin -|}
dad and Tobago Constitution

of Trinida.)

This was revealed to the men
bers of the Legislative Counc
yesterday in a message fron.,
His Excellency the Governor ani)
later in the afternoon to the
House of Assembly in a similar

The message stated that th
Government of Trinidad wou!’
be pleased to pay all hotel ex

|

penses but regretted that it |
could not meet the cost of;
passages. |
Supplementary Estimates Y |

meet the cost of the latter woul
be submitted to the Legislature
the message stated.

Wild Cotton
Spoils Market

Native wild cotton is the ordin
ary Barbados cotton of many
years ago, It has a staple of only
5/8 of an inch long and is of little
value, Mr. A. de L, Inniss, Man-
aging Director of the Barbado
Co-operative Cotton Factory Ltd.,
told the “Advocate” yesterday.







A bill to provide for the eradi-
cation of this native wild cotton
was passed yesterday by the
House of Assembly with an
amendment made by the Legisla-
tive Council,

Mr, Inniss said that if this wild
cotton gets mixed with the super-
fine sea island cotton lint which
has a staple of 2% inches, every-
thing points to the fact that when
it arrives in England and it is
found that our sea island cotton is
mixed with this indigenous stuff,
it may be rejected.

In the past, under the present
Act, this cotton could only be con-
trolled during the closed season of
two months. An amendment to
the Act however provides that the
Director of Agriculture and his
staff will have the power to des-
troy it at any time and wherever
it is found,

The native wild cotton is used
for the stuffing of cushions where-
as the sea island cotton is used
for making some of the finest
goods produced in the world,

At present,.an offer of 5s, a
pound lint has been made for
the 1951 crop.



BRINGS FLOUR

Some 3,378 bags of flour
arrived in the island from New
York yesterday by the S.S. “Byf-
jord.”

The shipment was consigned to
Messrs, Robert Thom Ltd.
Messrs, Da Costa & Co., Ltd.

The “Byfjord” also brought 470
sacks of oats and supplies of bran,
peared pork, foodstuffs and cloth-
ng.
It sailed last night for St, Vin-
cent,

A cargo of cocoanuts, plantains
fresh

and



tvROn

fruit, charcoal and coconut

oil arrived from St. Lucia yester- | %
day by the motor vessel “Lady st
Joy.” &

Also arriving was the “Gardenie |@
W”" which brought from Trinidac s
supplies of fibre, fresh fruit and %
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VIM cleans everything
}, smoothly and speedily

a BETTER BE CAREFUL,
© = ELMER. ONE OF THOSE

} BEES MIGHT STING
ip oe You

euwemt’ | SHORTY WIMPLE HAS ) CHE SAID YOU'D HAD YOUR FENCES
; N SPOKEN OF YOU ANDTHE 5% —C CUT AND THE WATER HOLES
TIME YOU HELPED HIM OUT OF jf POISONED!



i good looks tell you they're just right.
You know, too, when you look at the price
tag, that you can’t get finer value. Illustrated
is a Tan Oxford shoe for Boys and Youths,
rt Caen LUI ela Tied to every pair is the John White Guaran-
tee Shield—the sign which means ‘ just right"!
Look for it in leading stores in Barbados.

JOHN WHITE

means made just right

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TAILORING DEPT.

@
SILVER ANNIVERSARY

YEAR

PBST EXCUSE ME ONE MOMENT, I DEMAND MY GENTLEMEN! BE ENT.
iy MY DARLINGS... SOME FIFTY THOUSAND) WEEK I SHALL ane ate
BUSINESS ABOUT THE
WEDDING...

THESE WEDDING PLANS...
ran HEY

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Be AR

NO SIGN OF THEM, NAP.
| DONT THINK

of their Suits. are particular about Cut, Style and Finish

TO QUALITY”

SHOP

AT

FOGARTY’S

Make your personal selection now, from amon oy

: } > al s ow, g the Extensive
Range of WOOLLENS, WORSTED, TROPICAL SUITINGS
a A SPORTS sue FLANNELS, SERGES, HARRIS AND
Mad, DEPARTMENT » now on display in our WOOLLENS
LOWy bibtify

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WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 11, 1950








1 wanes WS

QUISIDE § 9®

wn. 9. ORKS
a i INSIDE

with medicated wanour®

Ohhh that nice feeling of
warmth and comfort you get
on chest and back when you
rub on pleasant VapoRub. It
works outside like a poultice,
“drawing out” achy tight-
ness. At the same time...

Ann? those soothing medi-
cinal vapours released b
VapoRub! They work insi
the irritated air-passages,
and clear stuffy nose, ease
sore throat, calm coughing.

This “‘inside - outside” action
continues for hours during
sleep. Usually, by morning,
the worst of the cold is over.

oo

x IVICKS

VaPpoRus




Theres a

SLSECO Paint foz every
i pose os

SISSONS BROTHERS

COMPANY, LTO.,
wee & LOND ON met
SESCO PAINTS—Stocked by T. Herbert
Ltd., Plantations Ltd., Carter & Co; Bar-
bandos Co-operative Cotton Factory, N.
B. Howell, G. W. Hutchinson & Co.,
Ltd., T. J, Sealy, Central Foundry Lt,
Watkins & Co., C. S. Pitcher & Cn,
Ltd,, Manning & Co., Ltd. and ‘The
Barbados Hardware Co., Ltd



He Lest the Painsinhis Arms’

No wonder this man dreaded
going to work, for rheumatic
pains in his arms made it torture
to use them. Yet to-day he feels
fitter than ever and work is @
pleasure, as he tells in his letter :

“IT had been suffering from
rheumatism very badly and had
such pains in my arms I scarcely
knew how to use them. Then I
was told to try Kruschen Salts,
and after using one bottle 1
found relief. So, of course, I have
kept on with it, am now thor-
oughly better and have never felt
so fit for years. I used to feel
miserable and sluggish, but now
it is a pleasure to work instead
of a dread.""—S.B,

The pains and stiffness of
rheumatism are usually caused
by deposits of excess uric acid in
the muscles and joints. Kruschen
stimulates the kidneys and other
intestinal organs to regular
healthy action so that all the
excess uric acid is expelled
through the natural channels.
When that goes, aches and pains
go too. Freshness and vigour
are restored.

If you are troubled with rheu-
matism, give Kruschen a trial
yourself. You can get it from
all Chemists and Stores.



And She Applies - - -
; SACROOL
> Because Sacrool Conquers

PAIN
On Sale at - - -

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%
KNIGHTS DRUG STORES X
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BARBADOS ADVOCATE PAGE SEVEN

LASSIFIED ADS. -PUHEC SALES _| EDUCATIONAL SPyeRRneryT, WOTICE | THE FACTS ABOUT FRESHER BREATH































































: ,
TELEPHONE 2508 REAL ESTATE aac : rnesaeiins
a dias : ©: OR KENT i EGE SALE OF CRAFT, MACHINERY ETC. AT H.M,. DOCKYARD, | Qe yes r
y i ' Peter. Conteinir QUEEN Ss COLL BERMUDA ond . y e ; Tooth Pr ‘ 4
Y ~ 12 ion rooms, 14 bedrooms — i .
THANKS PUERLIC NOTICES Stantine on some l'seres; ENTRANCE EXAMINATIONS re
; . 5 ; y timber lands Apply _ to 1950 Following the decision to close H.M. Dockyard in Bermuda, a i ot
THE relatives of M Miriam Ger- Bradshaw & Company 10. 10.50—3n : 2 : In scientific tests, more than 90% of cases
tue Gelerave. isis Prospect, Saint SPANISH TUITION . Ps number of vessels, including tugs, tenders, barges and other mis- Of shines Ged laid odae Osea ek :
‘un aavended Clas Sent wreak ‘ 2 BES and out wale}? wee ae Eaince Bxatanation win} Cellaneous small boats and a considerable amount of machinery and Sait Sel ao ee he ties ™~ ;
who altende t iv a emt r 3 dee . tandir r ores a in ui . . ute at f ¢ i ein »
rds and letiess or my orer we PERSONS desirous of acquiring © Christ Church, and dwelling house stand- be closed on the 13th of October,| equipment are to be sold in Bermuda. Purehase will be on a tender oe a Sees ee ith a, single
expressed sympathy with thern in the goa) foundation Pio Spanish or of reach- ing on 7 acres of land at Enterprise, 1950 = eee ae will be besle. at te sidered that the vessels and machinery available are brushing of LASTERINE VOU TH PAS. Lr!
bereavement 2 , Christ Church, adjoinin the abeve received after 2 oe r oom ‘ r
ERC AMORY oe a re entioned premises. . , Forms can be ee aap the! too numerous and varied fo sell in Bermuda alone. EXCLUSIVE LUSTERFOAM ACTION
>HGE BEL ; 8 “2 S aps 7 bs sentt Sec r s 1 ; ; ; ‘ -
; ny GRAVE ' tl oeeaG Pee ean te thet ee es Ag re ee OP 2. This floating stock is listed in a schedule which is available , AND NEW MINTY FLAVOUR!
VIVIAN, RANG 14.40.50--2 |. Enquire on Premises 5. 10.50—6n: Queen's College will pe Wo ‘s0} to interested persons for perusal at the Colonial Secretary's Office, Buy New LISTERIN® TOOTH PASTE tec»
a pS setae hilt aieseenibitists ne mber, , Posh aahl a " oe
oly —_—_—— “GLENCOE,” Corner of Kensington a.m. Candidates must pranets Barbados. ages ee ae ao t —
WE the udersigned beg to retyrn New Road. Fontabelle. The House con- themselves at Queen’s -- y 7.10.50—2n. re ouger with exclusive Lusterioam Acuous
thanks te all those who sent ‘Cards, NOTICE tains 1 Closed Gallery, 1 Drawing and 9. a.m., accompanied by Testi-
Wreaths, and sympathised with . us’-1t Dining Room, 2 Bedrooms, Kitchenette, monials from their former Hegd-
our sad bereavement caused by the THE PARISH OF ST. PETER Toilet and Bath. 6,200 sq. ft. of land mistresses 5.10.50-3n | ex
th of k Burrows. The Parochial Treesurér’s Office wit There are several Coconut and Bread ae
ary «wife) Cora Bonnet] pe closed on Thursday, 12th October mora mths yard, cp 3 UR ee eee oa |
enter Constance James “(Sicver Signed G. S. CORBIN Dial #412 8.10 50-3 .
S.A.: Florences Nicholls (Mother-in. Parochial Treasurer's Offic law) 10.10. 50—2n HOUSE One board and = Shingled
(U.S.A. Papers Please Copy! ‘eR es ~ house in very good condition f. byw




Notice re Entrance Examinations for




























































































5 ‘i ‘ we — : : 4 te, . Lu a wont
31.10, 50- In by, 10 fi Cost nob g 2 bedre and Examinations for Scholarships ROYAL NETHERLANDS,...-0°”0°00000-—-—07-777 iY y
Se ICE nd drawing room ete. House put (o a Vestry Exhibitions AL NETHERLAN co Ue _|— a rete nore
IN MEMORIAM ae St. James. May be seen by sppiving, t] yoli SOY examinations, for entegnce. in ¥ DS | |) === = : :
James. 3 y see xy applying to 95 we 1s S. ars ana Sti i s
exc SYee, ovine memory et EDGAR} THE Tea-Room and Library of the MRS. DRESSED BRATHWAITE. on the Berea on oa, ons Oe Cree Oo STEAMSHIP CO. M.V. T, B. Radar For St Stiff joints? Aches? Sprains?
Mc INZIE GREEN Beloved husbin yomen's Se elp ssoclalion w ¢ Spo For terms and conditions of sale 3 1 4 > Lucia, St. Vincent, Grenada and .
znd father who passed away on Oct->er | opening om Monday 16th October. Com | app\> GILBERT MILLAR, Fitts Vi 2 err ee aeiaee oS ae 7 SAILING FROM AMSTERDAM Aruba, Date of Sailing to be Just apply Sloan’s Liniment lightly
lith, 1947 signors of cakes and preserves are 11.10.50 or Wa ohaes 950: “+1 bn Sat ROTTERDAM AND ANTWER,- Notified
Make him to be numbered with Sy] asked to send in their goods on the | i Or over, On July Siat; 1060; anGlme. forte 2 2 Mersiliaâ„¢ Sept. seth: 9th, Ges,
morning of the 16th 10.10.50-—-6n. | HOUSE in Hélt Fort. |S WENO esaciant, — ea re, fOr) org M.V. Caribbee For Dominica
——— - Lucy. 18 x 10 — 8 ins Pine right] * s. ‘Babenth and Guardian wine wish SAILING FROM AMSTERDAM Antigua: St. Kitts Nevis ant |!
, hrough. Ar Charles Skinner, §] their daughters or wards to sit this & DOVER Montserrat, Sailing on the 20th |)
« NOTICE Men’s Road Peter 1110 s0-an_ | &=8™mination, and have not already filea sania eae September 15th October 1950 j
7. in application forms are advised to G TO TRINIDAD, PARAMARLBO , '
2 * . ae ie i ——-—-— abtain then the He stron M.V. Dnerwood For St. Vin
IN loving memory of THEODORA The COTTAGE GIFT SHOP Are | IN Plymouth, MONTSERRAT, B.W.1. | Obtain them from, the Headmistress tiene bee cent; St. Lucia: Grenada ana |]
MATILDA MOORE late of salters, St. | having their CHRISTMAS opening 0” | (4, £3,500 soon as possible hese forms must ms. “Helena” Sept 2ist. Aruba, Date of Sailing to be
George, who passed o the Great} Friday, 13th October’ next from ly COCONUT HILL HOTEL containing returned to the Headmistress not loter s.s Bonaire” Oct. 3rd. Notified
Beyond on Oct. 1 rm, to 6.30 p.m. Crackers, Xmas [re drawing Ahan. > ate a voor tl bade then We eg ay. pore ag ee 3 a SAILING TO MADEIRA, PLYMOUTH,
She was lovir all her | decorations, children’s annuals, and | pon " mele toh nity accompanied Dy a B © oe ANTWERP AND AMSTERDAM 7
1e was loving : toys, Also a very good stléction af. nt- | Toms 4 ghathrooms, | kitchen, pantry certificate, and » short ena omt ins. “Willemstad” Sept. 19th. BW.L, Schooner Owners
Upright and just to the end of her] tractive and useful gifts.” ft ed, and with Hinen, china, cutlery | <'e "ead, Of the senges see ne m.s. “Oranjestad” Oct. 17th. Asso, (Inc). 1 ,
da 1.10.50 etc, Situated. in own grounds of '@ ecres, | [7% sttended, ‘stating. henaney en a \Limited passenger —_ aceommod \tion Tel. No. 4047 . Yor will feet Stonn's doing you
Sincere and true in, heart and mina | —-————— smn For further particulars apply Paui} “"@ aN of sibsesaful earlobe: available on this vessel). 2 . good at once. It acts quic’ ly —
\ na â„¢ mors s} 5 7 | Holle > itse: ir a : He - -
Wha a wonderful “memor eh OTICE | Hollender, Montserrat : will be published in this newspaper on 8. P. MUSSON, SON & CO, L” ®. - soothes and comforts and drives
Be 3 ARS RE Aptlicatiota for 4 Vestry 10.10.50—-6n. | Friday, Dec. Ist, ARENTS out all inflammation
(4 ee ee) See ae eeey 2 Girls at St, Michael's ¢ Soe miereetre prenren 4. Parents or Guardians of success- wee .
Loved and respected «wherever she] 5g 0 for Boys at the | *LYNSTED—Newly built Bungalow valdat bet ;
t gags . ir en ¢ ¥} ful candidates will be interviewed, at .
ie imei as ee School, will | be Se y Gardens ¢ anding on 18,185] 44. school on Thursday, Dec. ath’ at . LOOK FOR THE PICTURE OF DR. SLOAN ON THE PACKET.
» ee "ang Sot oo Mn?) later than 20th | Sear t lar ; : ne
She ae me, One ved, every one's Parents of applicants must be parish- to Reverend W. E. Dash ea 11.10, 6)—4n HA I I
cries Pe : ioners in straightened circumstance ion any day from 4—6 p.m. ex- neem
eer er saat an children E§-] Ages of applicants between 11 and 12 Sundays. Telephone No. 2927
nonte; ert; abel; Daphn year 7.10, 50—4n
31.10.50--1In . ; t 3 1G ~_
W. U. GOODING ,
ate. ieee ens Pawcnisl eames, | LANG ot of Land in King’s YOU Rw«+ 5
FOR SALE St. Philip. | Villaze, St Approx 3.000 Sa pede) OUTWARD F 20M THE UNITED KINGDOM From all chemists and stores. x
11.10.50—¢€ Fi. App to Mr \ Olton esper a ee ree errs
pas a a al eet = : ci Cot, Whitepark Road COMPL
AUTOMOTI NOTICE : poe 11, 10.50-—n an ornament of beauty! And Vessel From Leaves antes 5
VE APPLICATIONS (accompanied by bap- | LAND—Approximately 1. acre ot | | when your face is disfigured by . “GEOLOGIST” Liverpool 30th t. 14th Oct
CAR Tom V-S Super Deluxe, in) “Amal certificate) will be received va, | iand suitable for building at Rockley pustules, red spots, a rugged S.S. eo DCHEST’ $ to rion 10th oer : orth Oct,
ron eee ee my office up to 3 p.m. on Frids th i new Road (ear Gol } A ote ki iration etc.,then it is s.s.* a ee ndon. 2 ct. *
very good condition. Cash or terms > » 5 one . 7 a 7Olf Club). Apply skin. persps ’ or , j 7 :
G. W. Hope C/o Water Works Office} October, 1950, for one on more vacar | Sydney Lashley, Lashleys' Limited time co try the B.S. “OREGON STAR” Liverpool 20th Oct. 5th Nov. Try just :
or Telephone 3988. anh Ginn’ Poa | 7.10,50—4n delightful PUROL §.S. “BEDFORD EARL”. London, 25th Oct. 16th Nov. %
19.10.50—Sn. |" Appucants mus be daughters ot | “neat HAVENGGeorme StresO Belle. | h ROWOEE baries S.S. “SETTLER” .. | .. Liverpool & i}
CAR LFord Prefect 1047, good con.) Parishioners in straightened cireumstan-| ville, Opposite 7th Avenue. Inspection such effective hea lasgow, 28th Oct. 11th Nov.
shin tere face ae me | ces, and must not be less than t ee day except Sunday by appointment ling proporties by
: : years six months or more than twelve] piai 3 4 $ i com-
reasonable offer refused. “ABpIY Capt: | Seats St @e"aite ot ane’ examination, | Dist aos, eogoan. Rane ae HOMEWARD FOR THE UNITED KINGDOM
ress i Candidates must present themselves The undersigned will set fi le s ws
6.10.50—T.F.N.| for examination to the Headmistress ai] at their. OMce, No. 17 High Street, t | preciating a 4 Vessel For Closes in Barbados
the Girls’ Foundation School on Frida Bridgetown, on Friday the 13th day of Bay = complex . . . ‘
MECHANICAL 27th October at ) a.m October, at’ 2 p.m. : | raat tees | ought always to S.S. “MOONCREST"” .. London 10th October.
Application forms must be 6Sbtainec The Messuage or Dwellinghouse stand- ‘

have a tin of

One hand operated BACON SLICING | from my office ing -on 1,873 square feet of land at




















Bele Agents
Lears, St. Michael rishioners in atraitened circumstances | | LADY RODNEY .. .. .. 13 Get. 16 Oct, 18 Get, 27 Oct. 28 Oct ew. é
15.10.50—6n. 9 snd must not be less than eight (#) not FURNITURE REMOVED WITH | CANADIAN CRUISER .. .. 23 Oct. 27 Oct. —' 1 Nov. (7 Nov. =
-—_———-——-————-——<<««=—<— ‘+= I more than twelve (12) years of age on
MISCELLANEOUS Bist 1951, to be proved by

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LADY NELSON ., o« +» 2 Nov. 4 Nov, @ Nov. 15 Nov. 16 Nov





Lid } d For further information apply to— :
MACHINE. Apply B. V. Scott & Co., WOOD GODDARD }Upper Roebuck Street, above the Mora- Seas wi mar dane ves
Ltd., Whitepark 13.9 .50—t.f.n. Clerk of the Vestry | vian. Chapel. ‘ relie
2 i . — Christ Church. | panspection a on application to Mr sing table. DA COSTA & co.; LTD.—Agents Heartburn, Nausea
11.10.50—5n raneh, a he Joiner’s Shop opposite, Stomach i

ELECTRICAL Iepehsaeiniaieatpiasiapi cinta ct tiie See ; any day except Sunday. , Pains due to

-— =—_ \ oan ar particulars and conditions Indigestion, ie &
REFRIGERATOR Five Cub. foot of sale apply toi— e s e today ut
cae Sawer eae ce ys ee ee nadian National Steamships |, #33%,6.435
Owner moving to non Electric area, 5 Applications for one or more vacant 5.10.50.—8n. MACLEAN BRAND
G. Ward, Lears, St. Michael St. Michael's Vestry Exhibitions at tne 2 At all leading bry hs eddy case of j STOMACH POWDER
15.10.50-—n § St. Michael's Girls’ School, will pe| * need apply to. H. P. Cheesman & Co, .
hore received by the Clerk of the Vestry up| : Lid., Middle Street, dial 5332. SOUTHBOUND Montreal allt Boston earbages, hivbnere wise ths pigastuce | = “
. ELY ry E r © 4 o'clock p.m. on Friday lath Octo- an ScoV. a Halifax hades ALEX. C. MA‘ . i , “
ron. 85.00 almost new. Owner movin @ ser 1950 3 , ,
to Non Electric area. S. G. WARE "Candidates must be the daughters of | CANADIAN CHALLENGER . 27 Sept. 30 Sept. a 14 Oct 10 Oy.
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the aist July, : nr TO-DAY'S NEWS FLASH
—$——— ee | Bertions) Cortificate which must eccom- NORTHBOUND Arrives Sails Arrives Arrives Arrives Arrives .
ANTIQUES — OF even? desorption py ED nets-| in Hours ee Barbados Barbados ‘Beston ‘Halifax Montreal St. Jobo posits’ BAKERY ACG 3
vlass, na, © ewels fine Silver ac —
, . . fed of the time when and the place @ Nov. ws) oni
Watercolours. Barly Pooks, Maps. Auto-] where the Examination will be held Sufterece dros: legbvoh aitin: nelson ee LADY RODNEY .. ve 38" as pe ee = oe ee Plastic Drinking Glasses for ~
udjoitting Royal Yacht Club, |, Forms of application can be obtamed | ness, weak body, impure blood, falling LADY NETSON No, Me ON , School Children Table Trough, Pans,
. ’ 3.9.50—t.f.n, | {POM the Vestry Clerk’s Office. | memory, and who are old and worn-out Boxing Gloves $15.00 Sheets, Glass Cases and
po tee ge ee BY ORDER, vefore their tlme will be delighted to learn A lots of other Items,
BUCKL COUGH MIXTU = E. C. REDMAN, of a new gland discovery by an American —Set of 4
Tor Tntenss, ‘Goushs, Colds = ‘Tey a ad ec Cp st ta a 1 a ‘aie N.B.--Subject to change without notice, 4{° veisels Asted with cold storage chare House Construction Sets Apply to - - -
Buckley's Cough Mixture, Noel Roach] __ en toute end: aaa fentine eaeone th ane bers, Passenger Fares ani freiab! -ee on to Locks, Hasps, Staples y
& Sons, Speightstown 10.10,50—2n pee et q i



pana e aia | glands and body, to build rich, pure blood,

JOS. ST. HELL
For that bright smile a use ‘“Ster- NOTICE to strengthen your mind and memory and Extra care taken of Furniture GARDINER AUSTIN & Co., LTD. — Agents. at CLAPHAM LAND,

feel like a new man in only 8 days. In fact,











































































lila" Tooth Paste as it cleans and ri this discovery which is a home medicine in SAROVERs Sikervini a ee JUMUNSON’S STATIONERY Flag a Road.
polishes your Teeth Price 1/6 tube Re Estate of pleasant, easy-to-take tablet form, does *ersonal Supervision red An uu Michael.
KNIGHT'S. Ltd GILFORD DUDLEY MOORE Away with fland operations and bogins to Estimate freely given, Dial 3309 CIE GIE T SATLANTI UE 4 ARDWARE 10,10,50,—2n.
1.10,50—3n. a et, new Vigour and energy ours, rR A N
EEE NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that all yet it is ‘absolutely harmless and natural in | BARBADOS FURNITURE REMOVER “ le ° Q 4 hi

Ferrodic Iron Granules is a choco-} persons having any debt or claim against “SOR. Codrington, Britton’s XK Rd 555 GDOSSSSGSOODOADAAE ED =>
late-flavoured Iron Tonic, The gran-| ‘he Estate of Gilford Dudley Moore de- | The success of this amazing discovery. French Line Se eT ere ;
ues may be taken dry or they may] ceased late of Henry's Lane in the parish fa teat iene ecike eee at ——— | Ps :
be made into a sandwich, with thin] of Saint Michael in this Island who i on nt ake ee mane ‘ | ‘ = ea ma ‘
ices of bread and butter. Price 3/6| on the 10th day of April 1950, inte penars stare under ® gudrantes Pr ates || foR YOUR INSURANCE SS “GASCOGNE” Sailing to TRINIDAD on the 15th, |

KNIGHT'S Ltd are requested, to send in particul oot Order VidT abe shade inne Wau fonltunat | NEEDS — CONSULT \| September, 1950 | .
11.10.50—a3n.| their claims duly attested to the under- | yjeour ¢ nae a . . 9 a ' ‘i
| signed Ernest Beresford Marshall, c/o | yiZour and energy and from 10 to 20 years ||) ANDREW D. SHEPPARD Mae) al FARE $25.00 B.W.L. Cy.

GENTS GOLD CUFF LINKS Alex | Messrs Haynes & Griffith, No. 2 Swan | hackage and get your inoney back, A spe, |! Representing SS . ‘sASCOGNE Sailing to Martinique, Guadaloupe k
loarar velle ane Stree tar sito i “ * } Contederation Life Association LYMOUTH d LE HAVRE on y
Yearwood, Jeweller, Bolton Lane Street, oe shed ey! oa polar ‘cial, double-strength bottle of 48 Vi-Tabs | Cr Bb ARMSTRONG LID P an

on or before the 30th day o: ovember oe costs little and the }/ Cr , “ <
cee iad eatimettimapl 1950, after which date I shall proceed to Vi-Tabs guarantee protects |f =hIDGETOWM 3ARBADOS. the 21st September, 1950. :

MRS WILKINSON he received} distribute the assets of the deceased | you Tel. 2840 "
CRACKERS, CHRISTMAS | DECORA-| among the parties entiled thereto having | Restores Manhood and Vitality |) __ in For further particulars, apply to:— ;
TIONS, NOVELTIES; TOYS, for the| regard only to se claims ot lies Ij = = —- ren np Loo 4
Annaial Bazaar. Please help the Old lt then have had notice and I will not | 4
Ladies’ Home by making your Christ- liable for the assets or amy part | R. M. JONES & CO, LTD.—Agents. ,
mas purehases at the BAZAAR thereof so distributed to any person’ of | %

11.10.50—3n. ! whose debt or claim I shall not then have | eee eee - _' ‘
ite Fe sek pb ecinbdneeredrensss—eine RE SHEN . ‘ | ———

Owing to an overstock of ‘“Anzora”™ And all persons indebted to the said | rae i Soe tee J) 3
Viola we have reduced the large size met teiokie ee ee their in- = onatiiaaemniath feoeed r
r 54c 2 2 Z fror ebte ss W \ |
from, B86 to dae and the small from) "Dated this Sth day of September, 1950, | . " 3 :

E KNIGHT'S Ltd ERNEST BERESFORD MARSHALL, | ? SUPERB! ,
11.10.50-—an, | Qualified Administrator of the Estate of | ‘ ‘
en Gilford Dudley Moore, deceased. e
aoe SS SGEn. atkaan tr ks ceed 5 7 ,
PAINTING SET — Electric : fom pet GOODS! = (Articulos) } BUILDING NEEDS
Painting set. Good condition 0 yn | y say when R 8 JEWELLERY ; .
Owner moving to non Electric area, S hey see CUROIS, ; ;
G. WARD, Lears. St Mees WANTED | . oe HE NEW GAS COOKERS SILKS, (Se Habla Espanol) AND
.10.50—3n. hey are just right
— ELECTRICAL , *“e
NECKLETS — 9 ct. Gold Necklets. HELP | a ’ ‘ FOR THE H .
r r : OME THAT PREFERS
Alex Yearwood. Jeweller, Bolton Lane |
; 11,10, 50—In ACCESSORIES EST



THE Bi
(NS staan i ONE ONLY LEFT Pr. Wm, Hry. St. DIAL 3466
WATCHES Ladies and Gents 15 “AN EXPERIENCED CASHIER re- rey

Jewel Watches, Alex Yearwood (Jewel-| quired, Please apply in writing to | ‘ « aaa
Scott & Co. Ltd. Do not send |

ler, Bolton Lane 8.10..50—2n a.

; <= | originis textimoninls unless subsequentiy | Ff SSSR SSS SSIS) | $ Pay a visit to our NEW PREMISES
Ve have in stock “Seito” Jental| requested.”" ¥ i L
1 A Wide Range of really High Quality CHEC

Salts which ensures sound Teeth and 10.10.50—T.F.N ; CORNER f SWAN LUCAS
ELECTRICAL "WIRING K UP ON THESE AND ORDER. wR r STREETS.















healthy gums. Price 47c bot
: KNIGHT'S Ltd

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PAGE EIGHT

Louis’ Admirers

Are Shedding Tears ..

Ky Lawton Carver

AMONG SOME boxing
papers there seems to be cc
the defeat of Joe Louis by
a fortnight ago.

Why people should mourn the
way they are doing about the way
the Gizzard pulverised the once-
great heavyweight champion is 9
puzzle in these immediate pre-
cinets.

Sure it was a little cad to see
Louis thus pass from the scen
like the washed-up stumblebum
that he was, but he personall,
elected to go that way for money

Anything as mercenary as
prize-fight should not cause th
POpulace to become unduly upset

is needed some ready cash, a
who doesn’t but had the good for
tune to be born for the fighting
business and discovered by Mik¢
Jacobs.

For Pteasure
rest of us n=ver get ever |
and at some time or other per-
haps took a beating for pleasure
and still owed our income taxes
Louls got a few whacks in the nose
and staved off Uncle Samuel for a
while longer.

Unless a sports writer is ex-
tremely careful he can let senti-
ment get him tied up all in knots
in @ case of this kind where Louis
the great of the present generation
finally was carted away like any
ordinary stumblebum.

The fact is that he got paix
better than a hundred thousanc
dollars. Many of our deares
friends take worse beatings in life
and wind up worse off.

Made By Jacobs

Louis was made by Mike Jacobs
and vice versa, and when thc
former heavyweight champior
finally decided to come out o
retirement for a day, the
ballyhoo of old was going for him
That he couldn’t make it was un
fortunate but not occasion for :

flood of sonra,

He shouldn’t have come back i:
the first place. Those who ppic
et to wateh hin: will agree t

at was the price for ringsid
seats—$30,00—on that Wednesda:
night for a fight that was no figh,
at all. The people got thei:
money’s worth from the standpoin'
that they can always say they saw
Louis make his last stand.

But they helped also to pay hi:
back income taxes when surely
some among them faced the same

problem. Louis is not the only

citizen with income tax problems
no matter what you have been
reading.

Lucky

He just happens to be lucky
enough to square his by accepting:
a uae in the er

punch in the nose is
his profesalon or business, and it
so ages that the rate of pay for
suc) considerably greater than
for following some other line of
endeavour.

The average citizen hocks per-
sonal belongings or goes to jail to
get even with Mr. Whiskers. All
Louis had to do was belt and
got belted for 45 minutes.

I may be wrong, but it seems
to me he had an easy way out
because of his peculiar profession
as a prize fighter.

In any case, I ain’t weeping
for him.

—INS.



Al Browne Beats
Singh, B.G. Champ

(From Our Own Correspondent)

GEORGETOWN, Oct. 10.

Under the floodlights at the
G.F.C. ground Monday night.
Dewan Singh, B.G.'s Lightweight
Champion suffered a_ technical

by Al Browne, Feather-
weight Champion, inside 20 secs.
of the second round of a 10-
rounder, before a large yelling
crowd some roaring disapproval.

The East India idol, who was
completely confused with the
speed and punching style of
Browne, was no match for the
accurate one—two artillery of the
Featherweight king.

Singh came out fighting in the
second round, but the end came
sudden. Singh missed with a ter-
rific right and while slightly off
balanced Browne connected with a
short right which floored Singh.
He tried to get up twice but as
Browne ran in to deliver the
coup de grace Singh rested his
gloves on the canvas.

Referee Tom Wheating called
an end to the fight with more
than 90 seconds to go.

It was the first time Singh suf-
fered a kayoe in his professional
career.

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RAJKOT, Western India, “Buzz” Visits Bryan

Oct, 10
The Commonwealth touring (From Our Own Correspondent)
PORT-OF-SPAIN

cricketers to-day dismissed Sau-

rahtra here for 189 and in reply! Mr. Tubal Uriah Butler, “Chief

sdored 108 for four wickets before | Servant”, and Bible-carrying head

stumps were drawn for the close|of the Butler Home Rule Party,

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< 3 interview with Mr, Butler on
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Reports of kidnapping of|has extendéd an invitation to all
children in Trinidad are becoming] successful election candidates te
en school, and one head- -
teacher, in a rural district stated t
"BLUE" BABY DIES
(From Our Own Correspondent)

Port-of-Spain yesterday.
Mr. Bryan admitted having an
(From Our Own Correspondent) anything to the Press,

PORT-OF-SPAIN. It is rey ed that Mr. Butler
frequent. Several parents are] attend a meeting at his office in
now escorting their children to} Port-of-Spain today.
that this had hampered attendance
at school for the past few days.

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school in Tamana, an unknown}to fly this morning with her
man came out of the woods and; parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph

tried to lure them by offering Port-of-Spain, tc}
them sweets. The children did
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Canada, is dead. Three and a half-
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after them. “We ran for our lives} genital heart malformation pro-

Knowles, of

as the man chased us’, they said.| ducing cyanosis, and was to under
They eventually reached the home|go an emergency operation in
of Mr. Parisam, a proprietor in{Canada. She was the only child
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PAGE EIGHT BARBADOS ADVOCATE WEDNESDAY. OCTOBER II. WH Louis' Admirers Are Shedding Tears Hy limion 4 arvrr NKW YORK AMOMi SOME boxing fans and the writers for newspapers LbtN Mtmi to be fonsidenibli' tear-shi-ddina over the defeat of Joe Louis by Ezcard (the (iizzurd) Charles a fortnight ago. people should mourn the HARBOUR LOG In Carliile Bay I C Oitton. 8*h Cj. Coururilur ttth II *u • Way thy are doing about the ind staved off Un.-lc Sainui-I tor while longer. Unleta a sports writer la ex tremcly careful he can let aentl mem get him tied up all In knol In a case of thla kind where Louis the [Trent of ihr prewit generation Anally wan carted away llfci ordinary atlimnllilmill The fact la that ho got pa* t-ttar than a rwntred thoiwii< dollars. Many of our daarea friends take wnraa be-i > and wind up worse off Mad* By Jambs Louis was made by Mike Jacob., and vice veisa, and wfaan th former hiMvywelght fhamploi finally 'feclded to come out „ retirement for a pay day. lie ballyhoo of old wan going fm hln That he couldn't make II was tin fortunate but not occasion for Hood of tears. He shouldn't have coma back It the first place Those who pah $80. to watch hln will agree !• this. That was the price for nngald. setitt—130.00—on that Wadneada night for a fight that was no figh at all. The people got thin money's worth from the Mandpoin that they can always saj they taw Louis make Ida last stand But they helped also to pay hi back Income taxes when sure] some among them faced the sam> i problem. Louis Is nol the onl> citizen with Income tax problems no matter what vou have been reading Lucky He just happens to be lucky enough to square In* by ancptlnj; a punch In the nose. Tuklng u punch in the nose li his profession or business, and li %  *> huuDons that the rate of pay lot such Is consldeialih gn for following some other line of endeavour The average citizen hocks per aonal belonging* or KOCS to Jail to get even with Mr. Whiskers AM Louis had to do was belt and got belted for 45 minutes. 1 may be wrong, but it socrm to me he had an easy way out because of hln peculiar profession as a prize fighter. In anv care. I ain't weeping for him. INS rnafti AHKIVALS S a Hv fjord. I.ias fn rV TlmiM>.. (r.n N-w Witt V L*iy Joy. •• i" tram *< Lurw OrPAi It Alcoa F a wi. >.l Cap' btorgan (o* SI Vlrwa-n In Touch With Barbados Coait Station Water Polo Knockouts TOMORROW I m for th*iitM round o. Aa IMO vTaun PQIO Knockout Competition look i i the Baxbatdo Aquatic dun during a Count! Moellng of the Water Polo As ta.s will meet Sword Ish and Flying Fish have drawn their old rivals Snappei and RoiuliU) drew byes .alches will be played l.inni,,, (Thursday) afternoon il the AmialitClub I'lav bag|lU at D |i n. The Referee will be Majoi A B Foster. Million Must Rest A1.CC MANAGER SAYS PEKTH. Oct. 10 It is at present impossible to say how long Lon Mutton's Injured finger will keep him out of the game. Brigadier M. A Green, manager of the MCC team told Renter tills to-day after the Yorkshire player had seen a radiologist. The radiologist said that he wn> tislled there was no fracture and thai later u doctor would prescribe the necessary treatment Rest was essential for the present The Brigadier disclosed thai Ihc veiling was caused by n thickening of the llbrcs, and it would len.ain with Mutton all through his life When asked whether the I'nger would respond to treatment the MCC manager replied that hr never .suggested that It would not lo so but that tt was essential hat Hutton dirt not receive an* >ther blow on the finger —Heater. An;assid B Captain I lliaiai.i s It fj..irt M Oath ft 8 ft FL-" -v s sto-. as %  . HS NllfVI Al.iljIlK'.a tlnai-l*uc a %  rort DiupMr *S .1. ... IW*— Aft Alroa T. iswllwa, ft a North V.llev. S LUH, 8JI nI ..*v Sft Raban. ft S ri. KIOUITII II i. • It" H .1 %  "i I. i. Itoj. J....ttn J ll.j).. jow Ar.-wr, 1 M.iiv lx.li.1,.1 .inr| MMSaM frnm ftT VIM BNT n-Ti"'1lt Maitnialalr. DscolBd M.url RESERVOIR LOCKED OFF THK Government Hill ,.. %  voir was h>i kvtl ofl %  < tt in.,. |n more thun nine hours an > icsidentft of Ihe Ivy. Governmen. Hill and the surrounding area' < uid not get water. i urhewa Dan f-i> Kl.rab*'* Paihl I Ant< %  ftprwtt. sT KITTft MiW FOTIM i i k I Paul ,.!:-!" huaa it. n w I A 11^.*I-r., rHi.l. I .. . Mroi f fttiaflkl ir'4>ll.. Buih to. Brtr aranrj'tla MssH ; HOIIDAI) rasffar, gvwaai %  a SMI>. Ban Otamiwr* %  %  % %  . 1—i-iuir Caaado. Ini rUyi l-OOa.. Rub* anal hfaraarai | i I i t ^ Mara . A.,v,-. Bfek Edjil BUAIL__ Faprraina (irovniris. Htigli Croomna. %  lire fln-i' l-rline. Julio M Mil (in (•.. .. Marilno-. Ol£j, rnrtoul )IT nriot'i ar>a Munuvl Detgato iUM. '!...)••. pnni,,,. ,|'—ar. TttiJ„>,r n..i^. .. .• I,,,i ,.* %  i strWa MAIL NOTICES M. .1. feM B-. Lacla a* , %  %  H.n> %  n a. Prs* I I I 1 JO i> w Mall ant Ordin.rv ),->.' at lh IMh Oct ISM Malta lor t>miiiri li t '.i i •XveltK. will h rloaad M U> PtW flflk-r %  sa m iia l?th Ocl M ,11 >i a i 20'OR U DAYS FOR BEATING DUNCAN HOCK of Ihe Publu Market was yesterday fined 20/to be poid In 14 days by His Wor ship Mr. E. A. McLood. Mr. M Leod found him kuilty of haviny assaulted und beaten Oxcj Bovall. t minor, on September 11 In default of paying the fine. Rock would serve 14 days impiisonment. Pork slapped Oxey m her face Digestive Upsets The daatraaa and discomfort of flatulence, heartburn, tadigeatioii aod many tithrr %  ytiiptuuia aruuDg from hypenuMlity. can be soothed, reueredand often avoided b* takiag > doa* of Oe Will'* Antacad Powder. Hrparaddsty sia.ply means *he formation of exceaa acid in tisa Moiudi sod Da Witt's Aatacid Powder aauUalisas thia quickly and effetUTely. At the same tuac, the wellbalintad formula gives renaf evar a looa; period by probectuwj the dehia stomach DOWN FOR SESSIONS liK.JUdK WENT of Flint Hall was yesterday turned down tot i trie November sluing of ihe Court of Grand Sosioru by Police Magistrate, Mr. E. A. McLeod. Went is charged with having inflicted grevious bodily harm on Wiiltcr Green on April 29. "PUSH. WITH THE CORRECT-SHAPE TOOTHBRUSH Wisdom H£\SO\lBLV I'll 14 IS i m lllllslHOI.il HIM. THAT VOl WI14. *rPRE(l*Tl nm BI.I ntn SIIKI:TN M X IM .. $j.ss HHt.tTING H\ THl YARD M Inch wht* ll.5 per rard BtnsrRt \ll Jl )t (, (7.| „ ch TABLE IIAMASK In WHITC 71" w 12.72 nrr ytfn TAIH.K CLOTHS S2 x 5! M.J7 nil DAMASK NAPKINS KV. > 46t. rarh KITIHIN rOH'I.LS ,7c. mrk l|IIO\lU \\ OKI SS SHOP -all day If you know the xeeret of keeping lltiwar-frasli in temi-T'itur— tliat ma a) other BBMMB ,((. you will be the cent n< of nit met i< u.. Thia ia the secret. Hhoweryturaelf witli CaaliiiH>re Hu-|ii..| Tad um Powder after your batii, ytmr Kwun. Yau II loel it ThfthliTg vesjf (.kin with satin SII.DOIIIIIIX: rt. .ling and frvrd.eiiiiig ytiu like a perfume-In.len lutv/.tvherever you are, whalcver you do. Every man will u sdored 108 for four wickets before stumps were drawn for the dose ot the Ural day's play —Keuler "-"i -a r IIIIIK • 1 .. war i ding I 1 aBN. Fun.tin l' Victor) 4 tlO't Nat U->( J |M I Nal War Bond. B*a, in. aiu T'dud Parents Fear Kidnappers 'finiii Our 0n Corrvapoittli mi PORT-OF-SI'AIN Reports of kidnapping of children in TTtntdad gn fieqtient Sevei.il pen v eacorting iheir children lo and from school, and one headleather, in a rural district staled thai this had hampered ittttldat1C< at school for the past few days. Yaalarday, while t w o little children were on their way lo ichool in Tamanu. an unknown man came out of th woods end tried to lure them hy offering Ihem sweets TlM children did not respond and tne man chased after (hem "We ran fof our lives as the 111.i' the> sai %  > They eventually reaches I of Mr. Parlaam, a proprteior lr that aren •Buss" VisiU Bryan '.Turn Out Owe Cun-p..itilrnt I PORT-OF-S PAIN Mr. Tuba I Uriah Butler, Chid Servant", and Blble-carrylng htv of the Huller Home Rule Ptfty, l-utd a visit to Mr. Victor ltry re-elevled mamiber of Ihc legislative Council and member if the Socialist Parly, al his office Id Port-of-Spain yesterday Mr. Bryan admitted having a i Interview with Mr Butler a political affairs, but refused to say ,'inythmg to the Preas It ireported lhat Mr. Butlfi hai exlended an invitation to all siieeeasful eleclion candidates t( .ittend a meeting at his office in Port-of-Spa In today. "BLUE" BABY DIES dents in Ladles' disguise — Prize awarded by applause. Guest Artiste for the N'iglit British Guiana Radio Star Miss MARGERY DEY Mjuu. for DANCING by ARNOLD MEANWKLL and his full Orchestra. Admission lo Balli m -U L BOXING BOXING AT THE YANKEE STADIUM Sensational Middleweight Championship Contest TUESDAY NIOHT 17th October. 19A0 at a.fio p.m. KID YOUWO I'AI.J-II sUUMB Ititb.d .i MHMI | M|itirri.ni Chai H.ITiUkNi rtti<; 180 W.-.1 IIHUTC 12 ROUNDS 12 Scnd-flBa'i I ... 1E1.1I HAM KU vKINO 126 126 BIX BOtNDS I Prices: Ringside &2 '0. Balcony SI 50. Cage si mi %  """ IUB Baasa •*. HAVE YOU GOT A COLD or COUGH IF SO TRY BROWNE'S CERTAIN COUGH KID HOOP PAINT For Galv. Iren er Shingle* FAINT KI-.Mnvt:* For the easy removal of old JBjsJ, WILLIAM FOGARTY LID. Announces the Arrival of • This Year's Most hxeitini; Creations In LADIES' DRESS MATERIALS CHENILLE QBOBOBTn — CJorgeuusly dusicned J4.8S prr yd. CKKPK SATIN — in an asiortmenl ol beauliful shades $228 pr yd. S1.IPPKK SATIN — I'lurally r.iii.-in.-il i hust ol disi'iimiiiaic taste — at linn's n( S3.26 per yd. and upwards. These L'xquisite Materials are Mosl Ideal for WEDPINtiS AND OTHER IMPORTANT OCCASIONS Customers are advised to call and inspect the numerous and exclusive selections of Dress Materials now on display in our Silk Department VKS LET KM. FOGAKTY LTD. DRESS YOU AND BE ASSl RED OF ALWAYS WEARING THE BEST PIIONF-: U7. 45 WILKINSON & IIAYNF.S CO., LTD. CURE TM L'nlaaa HwiM; li o^hm, ColrJs. Branchttbi. fcr, TqnL S fl S ru wi M UitMklal AaOama, C. CARI.T0N BROWNE WkoIrasvU •% Retail Draggtst ; 1X. Kothsrh St. Dial till SUMMER TIME SUITS Call In To-day and inspect our range of Tropical Suiting, Specially Selected for your comfor' in this warm weather. REASONABLY PRICED TAILORED TO 1'LEASE P. C. S. MAFFEI & Co., Ltd. TOP SCORERS IN TAILORING I "QUALITY" SHIRTS AUSTIN REED (with 2 separate collar.) at $7.50 VAN HEUSEN (collar attached) at $7.63 and 5 CONSULATE (Sports in 2 shades) at $7.03 all in stock 1 C. B. RICE & CO. BOLTON LANE •aaamaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaMMa^asiB^aBasi



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WEDNESDAY, OOTOnFR II, 1930 IIARRUiOS ADVOCATE PACE SEVEN CLASSIFIED ADS. ''^ 1 SALF c * !" *" TELEPHONE 2S08 RhAL KSTATt THANKS %  %  who aem io an II 10 :-> I .,!! --d 1-Cie.V. %  Mdiv I fore Runnel idaugnin 1 A H %  U B A P-B4BS flee.. IN Ml AlOKIAM .,.. .., v. KI NCa OWES %  %  •' Ms> '" i-e nurnheei %  %  IMS %  ...i ..id ii.ir Whj" i'n. alway* cunlcni %  rou SAU Al'TOMOTIVF CAJ a w HP* i I M %  M i" P I CAR—Fold Prelect IMf. |oul UUan ownee ica-inf bland No ! %  --rutile offer refuted ADDly Cap* %  J Pim 4 ID SO—T r N MECHANICAL On. hand operate,! BACON SIJrlNC. MACHINE Apply B V. Broil A C< Ltd Whll-MU IJ I W II ELECTRICAL live Cub foo G B C Ret • Nv. SSI* o*nn moving la non BmC. Ward. Ii> *' Michael %  .... MISCELLANEOUS ANTIUUEB Of MM dccrtpf. MM, old J0g Royal Yaehl Club a t.M—i. MIX rrit Cold. Try %  Noel Roach %  uauri oooon Par InSBsasa, cougha. Itucktoyi con." d. Son*. Spcighialown For thai bright M IliaToolh PMt 1 KK1CH1 ma and l li' MB <"• %  ii SB may OF taken I, wi'h thin ,,,... F >. ., KN.I.II II 10 M 3n URH WILKINs(HArKril' rmURTMAR DTTORA • -S. TOYS. f"r '< Aominl liai.iar Plea** hup Ihr "If ,L* by making -out ChrminUMM Jn Owing %  TtrM*4 Jeweller. Bolton I*ne ii io BO-IB I >n Lane %  10. SO-an | -A re*. and d-eilmg MM aland. ng on t acre* of land al Kntari'lae. he above vi-tioned rnwiifi ; i. .."..i. i. :• Si .-I f i ..i w I.,-.,, I b Mil I U>.B>NOffBI i tin i \i-M iti si n n The Parochial Treeaurer I ..need on TI.UIMJ*.. Itlh O MaiBBl >; %  OOBBIN farochial Traki n er cd K.nMr-alon N. Rind rontabelle HM lloua* con ..*d Gallery. 1 DrawlM and Uinind Nuoaa. 1 Bedroom*, Kite*a—Ha. -oilot mul BoUt CJaa M ol Urnl There arc aovoral Coconut and Bl I aM in :iic ynrd alao a Uari al Mil %  to IB. NOTICI Tilt Tea-Moom and LU >priiiiis cot MondU IkUi M ( %  Snort o( cakta and pre—r>e. i ukM to aend m Ihetr fioid on Iht morning of lb Mih 10 I* S-dn n bv bolt. Mil.-. %  %  %  NOTICE : r.u.r .,lr-i BKa" Prida>. IJth iVWi am. lo • 3d p m < i lny. Alao a vary flood aaMvUun ad UMI.II ui %  I lu I Uirv % %  i M i ii>i.|(h Apply %  ii H NOTICE 1 I Oi '. 1....). %  n lOth OrloBor . %  11 .,..1 u W 0 (MODBM %  .III. MiKtTBCKHVr II I • %  %  . 11 bodi HiVBtili' QuarWri I %  ett Situated In own imuiiii KonlaaTTal. 10.10 M-dn b %  i ii* tow ItW Daa* QUEENS COLLEGE ENTRANCE EXAMINATrONS 1950 1 The .Britraiwra Eu aaMala:.ui bo clOMd on the lOi *• t> law, 1W0 No .p^. ,-.ii. HI. • .i .it., mi. date College ... Q..e-. %  nn.-we -, CattOM *i at Quon M Si ai ItaO, V monUl. froan %  MitKoMa •ss —I I. T.-l. '-.'THAI .KXANOK A i Venti i I The SCHOOL lor an ... %  on Pri.lay. Nov IMI> i.iiuiidairho were 10 >eaia oi ag Jui> il.i IBM. and n. Sat lllti. al ih am linger t 7 Paronia and Gua i .... hi.l their dii'K-' i.. >i i i • and navo not In applii .i -,. able Theeo Ii" I irtuined I I %  %  %  hool th. 0M her age. oaoa .. Ti-t Um „l lomn will be piiblxried In Ihli BM I, i will be Dee NOTICE %  %  rtlrkBwi ni i" %  M. lor one oi TV Eihih.Uoiii. |aag M the Girl.' Foundation School Applicant* moM be di.*h:erH IgMangd rh Rood. *BUI alx monthi C.l-IKI-M-. .. fl HU '>' IBBBI • % %  %  from my offlci % %  %  Hggoji i dallon Scbt-i I I %  • muat ' Clerk oi •! Chrl i I %  mfmm : Club l Aiv> T 10 90 4n I %  NOTICE Application, tor ono or moro ratanl SI. Miiliaei'a VeaUr Bxhlbmona al the •t. Michael'* GUla' Sch.->1. -ill be revived by Iho Clk of Uve Veilry UP o 4 o'clock p m on Fitda> IJth '.'• '..*or ifdO Candidatea mual bo Iba daughler. 01 pamhlowre in .tiaiionod elrcum.v-nc. I r.,t maK nol be !ea> than r.ghl ••• >on-ota than Iwalvo III) yaan of agM an iba 11*1 July. IMI, lo bo piovcd oy I Vrlirtiate which mual iccom% %  AJsacnBi*—,..— fed ol ihe time whan and Iho ptl M heie Ihe Coamlnallon will bo he.il Fmtin ol apotlcauon ran fioni iho Voatrf Clerk'* OflVce liv ORDFJI E. C. HtDUAN Clerk, Bt Ulcli • L 10 SO7.. The under, anr.1 will let up %  il ih.ir Ortice. No II High Blieel. on Friday Ihe 13th day ol October, al a B.m. The Meaauoge or n*ellmghou*e atanding on I,IT) xjnare icrt of land al Upper Roebuck Blreet. above iho Moraviai. Chapel. on applicallon to Mr Branch, al Ihe Jmner> Shop opposite, Sunday. iri nilara arul ronditiona of nale a p.. COTTUI CATI-CRD A CO .1 NOTICI' r;iuinai liUDLCY MUOHJC NOTICr I" IIKBErlY OIVEN Uial Gland Discovery Restores Youth In 24 Hours SuRerer* from loea ol vigour, netrowenraa. weak body. Impure llo-.l, failing: memory, and who are "I.l and worn-oat before (heir Uii'. will he i|. lighted lo laara ol a n-w (land dlacovery l. an America* Uoctor it If iia •Japavar) %  MM 11 i-.' H quickly and eaally realore vigour to lour glanda nr,.1 hody. to build, rn h. pur* blec-l. lo *ir*rigtlirn jour mli.d and memory and f*el Ilk. a aow run in only I da>* In fact, tbla dlacov.ry which i* a home medicine in plea Kant %  uny-lo-take inMil form, does balM %  >...ue and energy M I* keura. PoTll la aher.lut.ly harmUaa aad natural it. GOVERNMENT NOTICE SAI.l l ( RAH, MAOIINERY ET< AT ll 1 IKK KVARH BKRMl'DA Fullow IIIK the decision lo clow H.M Dockyard in Rcrmudu, B immbr. of \itsls, including tugs, tenders, barges and other ntiareUkiu-uus small boats .and u conaiderBble amount o( machinery and i-guipiiH-nt rv to be sold In Bermuda. Purchase will be on a tender basis. It U considered that thevessel* md mu.hu;.|* .,<. .ni.ible BTB too numerous and varied Jo awll In Bermuda alone 3. This floBtlng stock hi lifted m a schedule %  rhkft Is .. to inttTCwied persons for perusal .it Ihe Colonial Secrctiiry's Office. i BafswdH 7 10.50—L*n SHIPPING NOTICES ROYAL NETHERLANDS STEAMSHIP CO. %  AaUNCJ (BOM AMfTRBDAM BOrriBDAM AND .v,mi. He-"Ii. Sepl 1h Jtth *>. led S4U.INU FBOM AMSTIBDASI B POYBB s "Bonaire" September lath %  All l\<> 1(1 l-l'IMIl l'",\"l in. lilUIIAM. TC n. • "llel-na Sept Hit I Bonaire" Oct Srd HI -i. II. MADKIBA, >H"i in. ANTWSMF ANB AMSISBKAM ... "Willematad*• & IBUi m %  -Oranlealad" Oct Hlh BVBwBBtdJ "n ihi. vooaoli g P MtslON. SON B CO. Li. BsM 'I' M V Ca-Uibee Fin Dominica Antigua SI Km. Nevia an-> Uonlieii.l Bailing on Ihe B>H> Orti.bei 1BN M V lhri.iv.i i.i HI Vm B W I. Sehm ABBB. duel lcl No. 4M7 HAitKISON LINE OUTWARD I 10M THE UNITED KINGDOM s s s s 6 S B S s s Vassal "GEOLOGIST" %  UXJYDCREST" "OUEGON STAH • BEPrORP F.AH1." •SETTI.ER" Prom Liverpool London Liverpool IxiKlon Liverpool it Glasgow LeaTea 30th Sept 10th Ort 20th Ot 25th Oct Due ll.irl-.il" 14t)> IVI 27th Oct. !lh Nov. 10th Nov. ss 28th Oct 11th Nn HOMEWARD FOI THE UNITED KINGDOM Vessel For Otosoi In Bsrbndoi MOONCHEST" Umdon 10th October For furttier informatloi apply to— DA COSTA A CO., LTD.—AenU li 'l M i fflli l j Canadian National Steamships *>£A10VfD WI1H CAM -(it IBBOCND CANADIAN CHAIJXN LADY RODNEY ANA1MA.N CRUISMI I^VItY MI.--A ii Beet>0 stpi IS Jet IS Oci U Oet. II OM i oet. n o*tss en 1 Nov. T No. I No*. IB Nov. 14 N< UKIBBOCND IADY RODRaTT I^DV NTI.KON N B Subled 1 .—^.. juad wlih c GAB DINER ALSTIN A CO.. LTD. Ae.. Kemoval. i' %  ' %  %  1SU Ireely gl.i aelhrn II. ill!..I V. Tab* I BARBADOS t tin i CCAC-I late ol Heniy'a Lane In Ihe p*ri-h ol flamt Michael Ip Ihl* I .land who died on the loth day ol April IBM, their claim* duly alteated to the under | Mcaara llavnc* A GrlfPth. Ha on or before the 90th day ol November IW0 ofter whkh date 1 wi..n pr.Kc.t n. W %  f'l'fea Ht gunranu* prvte. di-dlbulo the aaseta of the deceaeed / %  ** „ ,J ing the. paruaa oouiled th.reto having I*eifors*_ Hanheect BSMT VHslily miilng: dlarncrrv ..I BreBl In Anerbuted by all • re undr a fluaramee ofcomplele -.-.ll-f.ictli.n or mStia* bark In ether V Iibt mini .1..-" you (e.1 full of vigour and energy and liom IB lo N yeara fi-Tabs FURNITURE BMHSB %  regard i th. Se llabl 1 lo .uch rlain I had i 1 1 wll %  i I OB YOlrB i-. %  i l: i v, MIDI — CONSULT ANIFRKW II snirrARi) Hrpievenlinc i ..alrdeiati... Ml* AMorlallaa . 11 AKaLSTltONG I.TII. I hlLKitrV >n V lAKllAOO.-Tel. SBta aaaau or dlalribnted to any peraon af debt or claim I %  hall nol then have And all prruim indebted e-tate are rrque-bd lo aettle tholr m debledneaa without delay. Dated tin* ftlh (lav of September. IBM i ajtcST in HKsroxiJ MARSHALL Guallfled Admlnl-lralor of Ihe E.lale Glllord Dudley Moore, deceaeed 4* 10 .,1 ol WANTED in i r mm ....apply in wriilng lo it 4 Co IJd Do not acna iritrlnii mltmonlal* unlna uh-ei|uent > -, (J (;.\| VANl/.FD COHRUOATKD SHEETS Prime nualltv 1 U S3 II l n an n H w per ahect Obtainable from HARRISON'S HAIIDW ArbT. %  till BENT APARTMENT Al Coral Sanda WorUiing, one full* furtilatied apartment. 5 bedroom*, ailver and linen or further particular. Dial SIJ4 Alma laahley 10.10.50 l t ti HOUSE LASACETA Rrighlon. On Sea groat 1st Oct 1SS0 S*0 Oo per t\s A TUDOR Ltd Hoeburk i 10. IS.SO—an lll^TlltllJ-l flillV furnlw>ed. from Docerr V D Herbert Coroobe*. WARYVHJJt." Ulaek nig. dining. Htllng. 3 Appry im> -. %  BfllS WtNBLOW-Cattle Waah. I -nlh ol November I T Oooding. Birong II Don. 81. Thoma* I.OSI VYATm I. Ladlea G( .th eipanding Gold nan. crack • Oct. Beiween R.^1 Iravea and Bhdvop a Finder will be suitably re lellimlnri same la Ad' BBS PERSONAL The pobllc are hereby warned again*' living: crrdl' to m> Wife Ol*. I ASH8Y 'nee Yearwood. airl do nol hold mv-elf re.pon.ihie lor her or anyTiira.iu>s an/ debt or detola %  %  %  Igned by me Blgi.e.1 SAM1-FJ A SUM. 14 1I Bridgetown. Barbado* TliF pul .-.:'.' i IIDlSSB b* a written gOafaVOI %¡ Ki •I..,).., lti..iBt. MWhad %  The public are Kan to my *ll. : Dvpeii.i hold myaelf reaponalble lor hei i.iiHracting i i my I I" I l.v I Itch Germs Killed in 7 Minutes Tour akin I %  .** nearly ,-Jl million tiny sema 1 i le and rlMe Itching, era Huminc. Am Scd MARTIN I MIIHar. Koad Ru.h llali II 10 SO—in lenuy nn um u A0CKSSORIF.S A Wlllr r. ,;: nf r. ,11. % %  •--• Quality ELBCTBICAL UIKIM. ACCBSSOBIES at Rcaooniinlp I'riccn liicliid.il in ihi' TI.MSY BANGS ABB WIKINC ( 1,11'S CEILING ROSES jr.NCTION BOXFS f*.r B tf b b ar and l.i-ad CoviTi-d Cabl* and a wide Variety of SWITCHES MH'KKT-UUTLETS 1*1.1.1. FU8HBS, ETC. Wrile f..r PttaSl and Kxporl Trrms S 0 BOUJKER LTD 19—21, Warstone Lane, Birmingham, England. fit. f.lK. IIIAXSAII AMMM I SS "GAS. (" ,N'F." as the 15th. French Line Sailing to TRINIDAD Sc|>tembcr. 1B50 FARE $25,00 D W.I. Cy. ASCOGNK Siillink to MartiiiKiur, Guadaloupe PLYMOUTH and \£ HAVRE on the 2UI September. 195U For further pnitkulars. apply lo:-R. M. JONES 8. CO.. LTD.-Agenls. CHECK UP ON THESE AND ORDER. Apricots— Pears— Angostura Bl'.lers%  Royal Baking Powdei '..iK Fi.iin lliscuils —lica I* Perin Sou. r Heel H..>t In.' lloffl.it Beef—Rtdgway Coffee CurrnnU— Da I ton's Essence Jish Cukes Mux Chi-winK Gurn--Tinned Hams--2 11, B lb Orange Juu-e Grape Fruit Julie I'Upple Juice Orange 4 ,.r?, pe X 1 11 Ji !" %  Tomato Juice Jelly (Yv.i,,ls Nutnti.. Milk -Oviilthic Olive Oil in Tins M/,i.Mt>-e |.-.-. S' -.it ment of Toilet Soaps — VOUNGEHS MILK STOUT CHKAM OF VVHF.AT The public -r. he- %  ORWlN KNIGII1 I da %  mraeif ir|> do,!, in iiglied I i l KNIGHT PI III.II BALES llilnnng. AeBe, RIBBtwerm, I'aorlaala, %  la, Plmplea, Font |i.-h and other %  %  NlSOdir*i MIts andl la gunrnnte-dloglv.>oun soil, clear. BttrBeeek. or money '.., %  %  %  Nixoderm Tor i." JTroi.bles All IIIIN UNDER THE SILVER HAMMER Kill I __ 8 the Ttni Cooking Butler %  m %  rBIBa Tin. Cooking Bullee Sala 11 o clock Term. Carfi RKANKFR. TROTMAN A CO. Aui a* Peal BMWSB Anents—\uctloneers—Survetors JOHN M. BLADON A.I.H V.A I r<.rmrrl> Ilixon a BlAd.Hil Connatflom In I.K -i is \..\ i S,\._V,:M:/.IELA IW...„ baiin* rximlnf ..ur'rulriHlvr Ibtli. ol hlfh .-la*. l-r..,H-n. mi I .".I lr*lrd in all areas H |6|f ; _: ;_: I'I r. Buildlnc For Hardware of every Description THE IT'S CENTRAL EMPORIUM (IMI'.M ICIIMIKV 1.1 II. IToprlrloi. I H .if 'lro.i.l and Tador Stir.U. JOHN D. TAYLOR & SONS LTD. Be up to date and buv your llooks at the S. P. C. K. BOOK-SHOP We have a fine selection of ull kinds of books suitable for all aorta of people And with the arrival of the last ihlpmcnt wonow have on display the following:— £55 Y/; A HS F ??*3 (a B "" k '" %  • OlrU| by Noel Strealllel-! THE KON--TIKI EXPEDITION by Thor Hevei.lah V 1 : .d!*w. <;, K ,s NEUT '* A " F Spencer Chamuui HAUNTS OF HIGH AJ>VKNTUHE by Col. P T EUieitot, SOUTH AMERICA CAU.ED THEM by Victor Von Hagrn HISTORY OF CRICKET by Eric Parker (with over seventy Illustrations) Among our many Children's Hooks are the following THE NIGHT BEFORE CHRISTMAS THE GINGERBREAD HOY. SNOW WHITE LITTLE RED RIDING HOOD and PUSS IN BOOTS (all with animated pictures) at 66c each alao DIIESSING DOLLS (made of Card with six dlft. r.-.n dtevi. and Hats) Oh! we almost forgot to mention our fine assortment of CARDS FOR ALL OCCASIONS ^ t-HKISTMAS CARDS on dlsplsy NOW. so come early sold make X your selection and post to your friends and relations overseas) S BIRTHDAY CARDS (General as well as persons! ) \ CHILDREN S BIRTHDAY CARDS ;. and SYMPATHY CARDS #*.<• //..• #./# %  '# to lhiih ti.lu.IX I.UMcri.i.ni A.Hue, ioo^ atiff joints? Aches? Sprains? Just apply Sloan's Liniment lightly ot>f You will (aal Sloan'i good at once. It acts quid loothet and comforts and drtvaa out all inflammation. doing you iickly — I c as. itaaa aa rai aacaiT. SLOANS Liniment INDIGESTION? Try Just ONE DOSE Of This > Just one doss Of MACLKAN: BRAND STOUACH POWDRR i'li'"i l-'laiulcncc. Heartburn. Nausea aoi SioroaKh I'aitu due to 1...1.I: .'.. PrOTt .1 Toursell today I Rut be sura you get genuine MACLLAN BRAND &TIOMAC1I POWDBR i tba alaDstare ix.;MAtjJiA-i-. TO-DAYS NEWS FLASH I'l.sii. Drlnklni Glassvea for Hrhuul Children Ii..M. Iilovr-a fIVOO —Ret of 4 II. .LI— < .in-ii ii. ih.ii Seta i ... -n ,-,,staplea at JOHNSON'S HTATIONERY And HAKIIWAWK f /.'.','.V,W'/, HARDWARE BUILDING NEEDS AND QUALITY PAINTS Pay a vi.il lo our NKW PREMISES t CORNER ol SWAN & LUCAS STREETS. BARBADOS HARDWARE CO. LTD. The Best STOVE to own is a FLORENCE OIL STOVE CLBAft mm* ErOXOMMJAL You will be very pleased with your new FL01EKCE STOVE and OVEN CITY GARAGE TRADING CO., LTD. Victoria Strv?t — Britlat'tou-n





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r.\r.r TWO BUBADOS ADVOC VTE HIDNT.SDAY OCTOBER II. 1*S Qahib gaUuuf •OL. R lerdav i B W.I A lot .1 with tha Coauiusttena] : thr Rffu!.:r VUtor A RRIVING li nn St. I. by H W I A was Mi. and Mr* Jot Knigut wh.i r..i a ft MOM staying ot StatTiiil Huiise Ml Knight, who .J fiequem Victor to Barbados, is with Minvlllc mil %  in Castries. To Gather Material M B. ANIt MRS. H KORAN ai lived from Vein-. Nx.ncU} anrnoDtu uwi..\ fox *• **—' v,,|t *"d *>re staying %  1 the Paradise Beach Club. Mr. Horan. is the Editor of the English Pagt of the newspaper %  •Ease !" .' 1 .1. Caracas*, Purpose of hu visit is to gather JIS nuUTial foi ii •i-ias of articles 1 i Barbados, which he will write n U.S. Medico Leaves D R. A. A. GASK1N 01 Bosun Massachusetts rrlurned k -. the USA. on Monday night on the "l.ady Nelson" after spendinn utmut Iwc weeks in Barbados ii a Uuet at Crystal Waters and a %  stnOaf uerlod in Trinidad Surgeon Specialist —Antigua A .~lEif mas.nu mp on tut Ltttj Nalaon" from Antigua up to HiidSji liuiaii.i. in N .1 | aqargeui-ii .up,.. u u* ui Barfea doa on Monday In ubuut %  *.,. *..*• *nii-h lie win |Batoaat o| Or. h Spe.ia.ut rieapi at I Ml and M. ID Venezuela .per when he returns On Honeymoon S PENDING their honeymoon In Barbados are Mr and Mrs Raymond Thomas, who arrived from Trinldnd by II W 1 A on Mi rhomas is wuli B.W.I.A m Pfareo and they will be returning *i the end <>f the weak. After One Year A FTEH SPENDING For Ten Weeks HAHUADOS for ten week1 lu..,(iay are Mr and Mm. M Harper of British Gulani. They arrived on Monday mornii ;{ ly the "Uiuv Nelson'" and are iiueste of Mrs. L I Lynch of St. Lawrence Gap. Mr Harper who Is paying r* a first visit to the Island, is Assistant Superintendent, West Cik.it Railway. Transport and Harrow )i'iuirtment. Back From B.C. M" DENN13 YVUKME, one i %  the members of the thrr. man Barbados Lawn Tennis Team Vincent Mrs Ruby who visited British Guiana Un< Thomas of Twcedsldr Road and month for the British Caribbean formerly of the staff of Messrs. Lawn Tennis Championship m Fogarty Ltd.. returned on returned by the "Lady Nelson" on I win uaughters A FTER an enjoyable holiday m Barbados, Mr. and Mrs 11 R Ingletleld returned to Tnniuad yesterday afu-rnuon o> BAt.IA They were accompanied by their daughter-In-law Mrs. Geoffrey ingleneld and her twin daughters. Geoff who only came up lor the last week-end of the holiday returned to Trinidad on Mon. ... afternoon. Mr. H. R. IngleHeld is a Dire tor of Neal and Many. Engine* ing Co.. In Port-of-Spain. and b son Geoff Is one of Trinidad'* U notch tennis players. Vi.itcd D>ufhte BEirWELLEO FOR COCKTAIL TIMt aataaw A > v.v %  *5*T*1 r "L* 'ITsMl '?a. %  '..'.'• %  ^SSK '.! %  4fi r%  : -A IS %  . *5 •i •< %  CROSSWORD c r iLT ~ :D:£ ^\ r r Z r JL +V-4PI.AZA OISTIN WARNER'S i Paul Henreid in Gary Cooper in TODAY TOMORROW 5 A t M P m "CONSPIRATORS" and "CLOAK & DAC.CirK' KKIOAY. SATTRDAV. Itl'NDAV 5 *. • 20 P M %  atnounl 1'resenu niNG CROSBY In— "HERE COMES THE WAVES with The ANDREWS SISTKHH i. aa> an BBI IOT %  DOR 1 ML L1H1JB iQ. aiM saamT (ft. ti |,*.l. and <•> %  **• callid '* It's a %  .** %  jtfs?WaWt3ac.; M RS. H. C. GRIFFITH Maze." Wellinvlon Sir. Wm. %  .hiI ,.ni Monday morning Nelson." While in Si. Vincent, she WJ staying with her son and dau*-! Ter-in-law. Mr and Mrs F ( Thomas. Arrived Safely M ISS MIRIAM TUDOR i Iteulah, Si. Philip, who If Barbados aboul ., week i|o '. SSJTJK*?, OL'imSj?* Trinidad yesterday afternoon by husband l,v :, British was among the pasaenge rived here on Monday "Lady Nelson" from Guiana. She left here about 2\ months ago and first *tof>ped*)rT at Tin i dad where she spent I hoUdoi with her daughter Mrs Brun.-ll Junes whose husband is Spoilt Writer attached to the Trinidad ROBERTS, publishing Company. She thcr Government went over to British Guiana whei %  Savings Bank, returned from hli she stayed with another daughn-r short trip to British Guiana and Mrs Neville Osboume who** Monday morning He had sta> on tor an additional two week.' on business on behalf of his llrm Messrs T. Sidney Kinch Lid ile was accompanied by his wife. Bank Manager Return* M R. ARTHUR Manager of the Housewives Guide Prices of Pumpkin and BsrtttWisOani when the "Advocate" checked yesterday wire Pumpkin—8 cents per lb. Itutierbeans 24 its per lb. arrived safely at her destination. ft W I A In the In Dcp.xtment of that country BY THE WAY By Beachcomber I MPORTANT legal decisions are toning B.B.C. RADIO PROGRAMME u lun /.. ,\ C'uA'c Asl/t Cukrt •t d„.k. The .h CT d.v TWlSSSttlrtftJj* more? Nay, need I have said ao much'' Hfia II Ft,I,it rnlf A CIRCULAR issued by 38 Government Publicity Agents Upounetl that the Special Emergency Interim Judicial Commission has heard all the socalled evidence it can stomach, and is now preparing a lengthy in. report on Ihr whole question <>\ !" ,. u *"•.•• %  '' ., More "ere tt was ruled that a cake the tolderol found, or not found, over, if mnnu-i of unsold slices partially sliced, that 1. to say > one of Mr. Tufty" Corker's K*< i „ lu *"' lnc '' ""J ? old • %  fl marked by the knife nil round for rhubarb puffs. The taxpayer may i L i nsll ; \ ,, l lo • u ,u,ure dicing, was not a cake. It like t.. know thai the :!4l wit1 then a loaf was therefore disqualified from nesses flown from various quarmore dethe cake-weight-guessing comten were housed at Government a nmii petition at the Caterham Public eapensw in a new block of lusurv B.-itiui Jamboree. Need I say nats. The Inspectors, spies, touts, narks, stool-pigeons. ooenfs-Pro>ver as thick ns starlairfst bread sold In slices is not a loaf. Whatever tt is. says Jollv Jack Hopkins with a light lough ii is not bread But If a baker sell; a loaf cut into two thick slices. is it two half-loaves or one sliced loaf? And if ihe whole loaf is Ltd? versus Lady Cln as one slice of bread, how Bapchild, and Rhodi again when ii I sliced and re-loafod baton rc-de-loaflne? sausage, presuming, for the sake of making an academic point, that it aver was sausage? It is impossible to forget. In this connection, the stir caused by the famou.-. case of Alderman TIUnrd and Smoother Lamp-Wicks ir. Connie Melhuish. CRVPTOQOOJ H, W a n e am to wart Hi AXYDLRAAXR U LONOriLLOW 3B letter simply stands for another. In this example A U usa Vit II,,, r L's. X for the two 0*a. ate. tingle lettera. asos. UM Ungth and formation of the words an all atata. i J>y the coda latttri are different. A Cryptograai Quo tall.* 1 azxj SXLP p %  Q w u r. P1APTJ JZXJ B SX CBKPFV — WLBQ. DIM wnb£35S& N0 ^^ •" TOU A1 "" THAT Rupert and the Castaway—22 Th* p*ddl II to.' nid tl no *jy ot (topping ihe ft pulling ihm irreu ihr < evem.it %  pproKhei h hutgr> 'hoiofth Kohn on) I %  • • i iht hai'om ol %  m> will h Last 2 Days TODAY A TOMORROW a .\ g.So P.M. IMir ilIO *I1M SIRAN^I 1IHBK SUM I lOUIScJOpWtOHl BEATRICE PEARSON MEL. FERRER; r ALFRED LWEMCER -D-DI. Iifti h hi* in idci "Sailors Knd mr'uiri %  rmpl* bniiln WS .....,.! %  %  I?" Scums fk b, f rh hid held hit bum he n;ei %  \ a ,Ung uiia Koko. ill .:. •.. t.„, i. n, Bur,-: Ard dd>ewng ii 10 Mr n>.> he pun in his empty milk burin nd imo*( if ovrbo4fd vocali'urs. Informers, and othc•aevtaw win provtdad with motor-cars while the Commission was slttlnit Meanwhile a nonGovernment chemist, who could not be murzled in time, said In an interview that there was no such thing as tolderol, but there was a fungoid growth called folderoi, which adheres to holmoaks In Madagascar, and is a great luxury al native banquets. i to %  .,* %  Down. 11 noon ii Nt*i AnalvtU. r Danctiic | p.m H-dW I p m Th Oonrtabto's Mow Th* News, a 10 p m Hoaw fr.,n. lumiii, 2 15 p ni SporU HIVIPW. 1 M p m Have %  p; %  m UriUMi Concert IUII. v m The N*. 4 10 p m Thf dully ssei My kind o( MII.II ft p m The Our* I',,.(ii .111,11* Ptiiadc SO p in Ir NMursll*; S S8 p m l.WrluOc. 8pm Knsllnh Bonsm; • %  l-Tngiammr. O B> me Nawsj :n U p m Wh i.. Trorlier. 1 4 p m The Cou'enipor i> SViallnh Novel. I p m Had .el. I n ii III United Nation. 30 p m Composer of th* Wi I m MHI i*k f,p the Mu.l.. S M p n> Land tuck. 10 p in Tha New.. %  Editotinlv lo tft p do. lu 4ft p m Sierltna Vain SPECIAL MATINKK: Tumorrcm(Thnr>d B y) : ,, m %  < ii!-.M> Prieaal l-eon KRKOL In i H.ii list, vnii PLAZA BRIDGETOWN BOOK THE DATES THURSDAY 19th & FRIDAY 20th at 8.30 MATINEE FRIDAY 20th at 5 p.m. AT EMPIRE THEATRE "PASSPORT TO HEAVEN" (REVUEDVILLE 1950) By Mrs. A. L STUART'S DANCING CLASS A WIDE RANGE OF STAGE DANCING FROM THE STATELY BALLET TO THE MODERN TANGO, JIVE AND BEEBOP BOOK1M.S:—Open at Empire Theatre Box Olure from Friday 13lh between Ihe Hours of H.30 a.m. nnd 12 noon, and 1.30 p.m. to 3.30 p.m. PRICES;— ORCHESTRA and BOXES 11.50; HOI SE $|.0t BALCONY 71c. ALL SEATS CAN BE RESERVED LUCKY DIP BRUSSELS Marcel Delbiooke, skipper of the RelKian fishing trawler. Andre lAirlannt* rante Into port towin.E a Jeep He ruught it while llshliu oft Ostend. OPENING SATURDAY OCT. I llli THE GREEN DRAGON An up-to-date Chinese Restaurant catering to those who like the best m Oriental Jivhcs at reasonable prices. Prepared by a first class Chinese Chef who knows his onions. NO. 9 BROAD STREET For Reservation— Uial ilKStt IWirriMC CaVaU.DI THAT IWII-S THI araiia't ociaaif ro %  ICH. HUMAN STOSY OP TMI M1M W 10 fro oa ar arnar aiuivia IN tHI WOHIN WHO STOOD *'' av THIlt -i ^ Ci"" 1



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PACE FOIT! B.YRIIADOS \!)\"I \TK WEDNESDAY. OCTOBER II. 1950 IttRRti)OS ADV'OMTK Wednesday, October II. HSU BAD ^VS M I.S THK unhap) Islands it a l I who use the word West Imii collective association ot people win. Ih the islands and mainlands of Ihr Miitish Caribbean The tumultuous passage of Lord !' %  through the ronuntk and hlttork i-lamis which bear UM drab htU>>i LMWafdft, is still within recent memory TKfrm tn tion of proj-iiy '''<*'i two fires, i ii disturbance and one hurricane caused in Antigua a short time ago is clepn heritage enough lor a m-w Governor. The destruction of houses and proOerty in AnguiUa and Barbuda by the same hurrioNM Li an BdkdltiOnal for the Kingi npreaenlatlve who ki responsible for thesi-small-1 kstiftnd no lets than for the largei Pr—Meni I St. Kitts, Antigua and Montserrat. Coming to the Leewards and I of Government in BUnlcMK-swtpt Antigua with special haste. } % %  Mr. Blackburne with commendable speed has begun a tour of the scattered dependencies and islands which comprlaa the Federation of the Leewards The splendid gesture of Baibad officer of Nigeria, whoae promotion to the dignity of Governor and Commander-lnChief of the I .rewards is fitting reward for one who has spared neither health nor personal comfort in the lonial peoples Mr. Blackburne has %  erv e d with Uon in Palestine and in Gamin. A Administrative Secretary to (he Comptroller for Development and Welfare in the West Indies he built a foundation of progress for the peoples %  >( the British Caribbean. In his recent post as Head of the Information Services .it the Colonial Office he has travelled extensively in the Far East and has, more than any single individual in the United Kingdom, been responsible for the publicising of the Colonies to the people of the United Kingdom. Mr. Blackburne is a Worthy product of the Colonial Service: son of adisUngui father: an administrator of aetti and B man of the highest integrity ami real simplicity of character. The disgraceful exhibit ion engineered last Sunday by a Labour Leader and elected member of the St. Kitts Legislative Council and an elected member of the Leewards Federal Council is not only a slur on other Labour organisations in the Caribbean, but a di^ to the whole West Indies. It is to be hoped that responsible Labour leaders and West Indian legislatures throughout the area will lose no time in expressing thefr regret at this exhibition of bad manners in an island which ought for historical reasons to be leading the way. not dragging back the progress of the West Indian peoples. agBeVeAwH % What of iMBU &&*£*Uie People? I um milking this .•SSI'HSIIIIMI !>'<'• % %  **•I IM-'I< *' il inim'iia'LW %  •ii|M>rlunl lo iiii SIIII.II l< lister is sboul itrt mean in ; %  I # HMUl. Xtt buy Hi* mini-.imousrt <' food to wntcti he Centra*! %  ru in Iran Tfce Bosses HABOTIhc workei iniber two i ''iitig "rommor. ottsu %  u-ajted %  (*cd te well %  % %  mora thin; I 11. U. < iMislilMfioii THE SECRETARY OF STATE tor the Colonies has set up a Conimis.su n S Mfc %  by Sir'John Wuddin^ton, formerly Colonial Secretary of British Guiana and Governor of Barbados from 1938 to 1941. to devise a new constitution for British GuiaDa. This is further evidence of constitutional development in the British West Indies. In Jamaica and Trinidad there have bean eonsiderable changes, in Barbados the Bushe Experiment is on trial. Proposals for widening the scope of the constitution of the Leewards and Windwards are under discussion. And now British Guiane cocj templates political! change. The terms of reference will l>c "to reVurw the franchise, the composition of the Lagta> lative and Executive Council and any other related matters in the light of the Colony's economic development, and to make recommendations". There could hardly have been a better selection for the Chaurnuuuhip ol the Commission. Sir John Waddlngton who has served in British Guiana also had the opportunity i" see the working of (he more advanced Barbados constitution at first hand. The practical knowledge should serve him in the theoretical part of the work and his knowledge of the various sections of the Guiancsc community should be helpful in deciding the interracial and minority problem arise. %  Constitutional development is said to be Successful only when the comn i which it comes reaches cultural and educational standards ahead of its present state. British Guiana aU*ondy '^is an educational qua'ification for votra and this is more than other West Indian cole claim. The task of t; n should w>: be therefore as difficult as it 1 first appear. %  ABOTNIB r nil tin ,ih\ II..' wor ken hava to so mi j living. At stfirKlanl r.iU". ofj idult workl i Uld have to work Ibf .1 i iti loal "t wheat imbei 'i minutes. In %  I %  llriliin 7: Amrriu i. I l | natl la: Swrdi-n M>1 I'.ss It n. %  If* ..(I ..no i .il I .. i • I'LOTHI-.S. A i.it oft tha peg in on* of UM I I 1,300 roubfc months' costs two .IKCS— 350 rouba %  i the hlh%  i onbbou. %  ral ten — -it roubles i i i I Their owi the lite ><• (Tour thrown ... %  %  I # KI N 11 n> %  ants hnvniK Bo i iiji ScviM.i'. thOU iMuan> denuMsaad sivhiK Up 10 nf months ot work i I roosn, which all http %  I OTNII The i > i cottage it 1 %  i i i' Tinhouses are the respmi tinomoisl hou Tin-. .in> usually in ; alumllke neatecl i %  %  %  and ballet, and %  %  . i 'iem ex Lifts WOTS ont--"iii h..ie. laiportant offlciaU live i IK* U done In small kti %  • WORK. .. eiaht-hour days week Ttw have i rortniahr If rtn-y nnSO m^nuH|a*i %  *••— 11. Uffttts %  KMlOIMK PCHl KABOTNU %  acunpnui punish* Tlit' punishment %  amptoyment, u nf %  nu.ntcr of the WOrlb lng> m i':\sioNs %  .! %  %  ol to if they have wortted r., | > ,.,i.. M mi i. U 69 and h ive a orked I i The miixiniuiii use pensioiu'i* either ba or go on working tilt i ... %  %  iwe nee, because a* tlH'f,I'. !> %  > .ll.ll ll)llK Dloyiaent In the Sovhn ; %  hneation %  %  %  i %  I IIIIII t i nave hat i i %  i lortunee in th%  nuro, u*i i i once mor %  [ot the edu< -i ri i aftef the %  %  THaTY were showine, mental farm In the thick of the Braslllan lunflc when I heard en oM ran I lai tune H 8ona ••' de plains favourite %  ong <'f %  ted Army." the Utt | him what this MU'] wet Ihel UM biu lo us tu'jit after olati nuirble-pillared %  rde Moscow^ v I had hot %  enough since workei flee lul i that eomi pad The German | . i 9 And here It out u me ovi i the hot, nun Id e jungle ait of Central Eh %  In on Playing with melancho i %  i uptb I look) II al tl i lUuatennesa. Or evon nei BovW Two wlde-apart blue i %  vnnng nt me %  mooCn pi i garlanded with a wreath ol a h plait* In Ivil, il Sovil She contemplated me with thai : %  %  Words %  %  %  %  %  i In thi U< choot. KMiOTtlll I


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W %  l %  •• •> <11 %  Orlobrr II !•.-.( JktrMuos ^ftuncate Rumours About Sterling Grow Stronger INo Fairy Godmother At Hastings House Sir George Looks At "D.&W." Future JJIR GEORGE SEEL, K CM 0 lust night in a broadcast over Radio Distribution "killed" the idea that the Development and Welfare organisation is a fairy godmother. A LOT OF PEOPLE still look on "D. and W." as o fairy godmother with the means, perhaps not quite so plentiful as a few years back, of dispensing financial favours in the West Indian Colonies. Since that Idea i^ not quite dead. 1 would like to kill it off now. \Yi<:vi MINIMI XK*T I am naked sometime. "Hou much Is "D and W ,i\ Mr1 ti. such and such a project**'' It i*true, in a very real wn1 that the Hrilish taxpayer Is "giving" very large sums to his Co'-mial fellowcltlnens (£ 120.000.OtM over ten vears under the Colon).il Devi pment and Welfare An alone) But the Act having money IK available, (assuming of course thai the British taxpayer goes on finding the Instalment* year by year); and there Is noj question of "0. and W". or any other cifTVi.il agency, giving It away. Apart from certain sums ;it our disposal for paying for courses of special training for individuals -a most useful and successful little nest-egg—nur duty Is to advise the Governments and tinSecretary of State, to the best .f nur ability, where, so far as the West Indies are concerned. Development funds can most usefully be applied. My colleagues and 1 are not fairy godmothers, whatever else we may be Colony's Job Another idea which lingers here and thrp is th-t tne business of rhe Devc ipme'U and Welfare Organizai.un is to plan the development of the West Indies This probably owes Its origin to the wording nf a recommendation of Lord Moyne's Commission in 1938. It was set out in a rather long sentence, which snld that "a new organization should be set up. . to work out. in collaboration with the local Governments concerned, long-term programmes of social mrjus' u-%r*s*a f rants from United Kingdom kinds might be recommended." In the early davs, no doubt, the first Comptroller Sir Frank Stockdale. himself an unsurpassed expert, and his advisers did Influent very considerably, through thr IMfgeaHoni they put forward the first shaping of development pun But It has always been the pr.ncit le that the Governments of the olonles concerned are the people who are responsible for framing the plans. Some Colonies have ompMtM their plans, but the same principle will apply to the necessary reviewing of those E lans from time to time in the ght of experience It is the Colonial Governments* job. Moreover In the Uat decade there has been a very marked advance In the assumption of political responsibility by the various Colonies it would be inappropriate, to say the least, to suggest that any other agency hut their own Governments should do the planning for their future Honest Criticism WTuit we have got, in "Development and Welfare". Is a compact teem of first-clnseconomic and technical advisers. It Is ihrough these experts that, as I believe. the Organization ran continue to lender essential and mosv valui ble help in Wait Indian development. The larger Colonies have built up their own technical Dej artment* to a substantial degree , i40 Bu'. j am su those Departments would tw the first to agree as to the value ol consultation with our *il.ff o* advisers In the smaller Colonir which have not been abfa ta employ comparable staffs of their own. our experts can play, im-* have played, a more direct part ill rough peisoital visits, in helping in draw up and guide pertteulai projects, as well as m as*.st in urn the general planning. I hope that all Governments will go on making the very fullest possible UM> of lh> advisers on I'ne Development and Welfare sti.ff. My only regret is that, because they are so few. they cannot be everywhere at once. They are kept very busy indeed. %  i HAnoal to an -. that w i the future, b] H won le*. IM BM im..,'i MUSI i the '"• %  Utah tax-payi hat beep "wasted". har uiKBCub'ed!\ i West ind fii.ee .here can be %  i vance, I believe that the money provided for the West Indies under the I I pment and WHi prove, in ilie event, lo lor the most p. ( rt wan and to have mane a powerful contribution to tne advancement of :he Brtdlh West Indies to nationhood. Secretary Bo % %  >'. I have had Dc\ aod Wilfare in mind. One does not need many hours in my office to realise thai, Doweda] i only one side of Mi actlvHlei The Organisation is (or want <>' %  ;ir>> othci %  %  While Gaitskell Asks For More Dollars (From Onr Own Correspondent) LONDON. Oct. 10. RUMOURS THAT THE POUND sterling will shortly be revalued upwards In terms of the dollar grow stronger hourly. In Paris the "black rate" for the pound is 980 francs the first time for a year that it has caught up with the official rate. In Koine the free pound lias lumped In par In Madrid, Spaniard* are showing more likinc for sterling than for dollars, while in Lisbon thr black market pound has vanMcaun people with sterling jrr hanging on hoping for revaluation. I Hi. Vargas Is I '•'-'* <^ | where I Brazilian "Peron" Mr. K. N R III.-IM.HIspeaker nf the %  gaSM rr prrsldlnjc over the merttni til ihr Hum* til Seaembl) Ihr la*l meeting before he Irivew un Tharr1*% for ri.riuu M III attend Ihe openini ef Ihr New House t.l I i HUFNOS AIRRS. (Vt lu The close parallel bet v. Q tulio Vargas, former Dictator Ktel for common sense h\ Mi Hugh Gaitskell Minister 01 Slate %  testesrstr AITIIITappears I i.tve aane riethhas to persuade oreign i thai several mportanl ittstecttveg arming nvei Ubflilj mnt in ichieved before revaluation li omiHeii'.l Cartoon Sums Up / .S. Ami Russior Talk On Japanese Peace Treaty NKW YOAK, Oej m 1 h *-• VOJ K Time* rSpi 1 ti 1 tatfai i 1 ItasM u 11 |>re*eiittitivei> li.nl del. Inary converaatien on ; 1 Japeneec pe %  Knstei Dulles, l(erot>lican AdvtaeBeers rj el Man ie. Wheson ai r AallsT, Sovle dive on -.. The n bj Btl< .11 %  V.r >ite-)|-. 1 nt li J lU I e it expedience To explain it one mnai establish th • Ith win 1 • %  n Peronlsl The paper ed t Commi thrown in 1!M!\ after Ift lower 1 b] 1 cotoi %  %  %  %  1 ial :''i'l % % %  '. 1 dltloru In 1 atln-Ai leiica prior to the Pei'.ii-Ti tat --'\ "El Munde' devoaai an entire porti from Brarl indei the hoadllni general clearing-hi %  %  ran defrauding the pt manning defence? just north ot the 38th partlU \ The British Common wen 1th Brigade led a westwai > thrust across Yesony Rive-ti.wa/sls the west coast pott ut IJ\I^ Sheju "0 mike'?>^ AluhK rhl th, rmteg \# American erliimn went th he: w;i> %  rotHM UM hlut-k OJ il r> direct roiid to I'yunev.iir; tkruatmg{ lo th*' northaast :— South Koreans added anothei ____^ .. i 'Men dnviui' tiast, capturtni the Important %  cmmuntratlnni centre, ffomsn i 111) 140 nf %  %  %  • %  M -it hurl en sin 0B0KOI sin. ing inomentuni, the latest report pul Th*> OrganitaUon i pnmide the •etting tor Conlei • rrccs of every kind. Kven wher.. m lo the ease ol the Sugar Conference f M. i %  Ihe meeting", air held elsewhere than in H.I'II.KI. rectUHi i" I %  tti where. •I with thi St nation Commit.' spirit ail the rraallvi Ihlnklnfl arc West Indian, the Organ,; h .ui EftAfiT ... Or %  ... Mi VargM %  night be big by ailfor the s I iul wi Ming electoral n stlltS —HreU-f. Object Lesson CK>ORRI>7H. Ont R %  %  liome in Ult; C r Rt'ds L*ud Rice Strikes In Turin | TURIN. Oft 10 Pelka cairying tommvunr. las esara guarding all trains iItaly i no'u, -A. stem Turin v-*Ince while big tadUStn %  larget) peralyaad by a i4-hou. 1st ie.i rtrlka adtatn i i %  %  %  provinces .-, rice-flelds afh ... manding a new labour reinloroamenta of Police were deployed tl.iomrM>ut \r. province to prevent striking farm watkaTl Irem large-scale arson km againsl We ore quite ready i*> accept our share of responsibility for anything which Is done on thebasis of our advice. We shall no doubt to time, cheerfully — so long as it is hond craft kan If we are the sake of criticising, we shall be Hunk thai thi %  %  dpproui.ii '.u eon .. now oi equal arhlen < tan gt\e in Uie dfvelopmeni U welfare Bald It i someone has to provide, and It ll one which V* >'' % %  """if: %  absolutely dislnleieste-i causa wa have no axe lo grind. It is a service which, we all recognise, must sooner oi later be performed by \ West Indian agency, %  gid | what is after all an offshoot of the Colonial Office. I am not liken. ing the OrgsgUxatt i lo a mule, an BXUmaJ ilways said to be without hope tleM lor oI posterity. Nor am I now going at our advice we snau ---r-bt get criticised from time I !" ; ; ., and we shall lake h\^ w ' I to embark %  discussion ol Ke-JIther t h e Weit '.i. m new hk i dor and barn roofing wendi • fit* early thai % %  .. %  anuUtar farm by ri sksUlai An i i reporssd Iha % %  %  I Immght In I' %  in an eaTorl Haas arrefrt* are —Reuter NorlhamefS had been sperate "ght 'or i spokesmen deseril ad i m this sertoi %  radlbilv low* 1 M " .. %  i at %  .v Division pnihliig diraatb I ..fig lu-'l I) fni.ght then i-.ui four miles north of the 38th parallel against stubborn resistance from cnlienched t'ommuiiist itoopt, Ih-tei mined northerner, dug ln| to the I.ills above the road, poured Hpwa machine KIWI and rtlM IrS 1 In il,. words of a wounded O I ui ap flghtini; rtey *t communlata, thai c* heyc i | Parkcon against light • i ; rti [hi i *tirteri to hav.UiggSsted thai the United SUU reall] we il im treaty %  %  ild eahn Hw .ii troop'i . Voil; Time* i he canvr nation appai let ii| .li,S M li Andrei Vyshlnsky wa' %  i %  i itei Iha I i. in red peuat, H ..•poits s.iid, i'rtt all iues li tin %  I: i %  I ... . 111 no! t laboiide on M< —Renter 'i r.. < uiri*' %  r howl .. 11 man reeding In %  %  hi< h (.aiisheii Nn Revaluation %  "he cits man %  batrvi %  %  < %  d On. P i aflial and up we i LIDOOSS Tnis proooa j ol "tslklng no he pound Is lust the rt ii.it hapsMRH i baser* devalua urn it has rseuHad In 'he in lux <>f H g'Hid deal of I gj imds AcIng to M rapssrl fires] tee. Yoik simi s tartin g has for he hi-i iimp mme devaluation .sen .iiKtve ihr nsSelal eaehangj >'e TinmeanUnit In Hie evepi inriii.u liiiim-nvn sieilini UIHIOI vsalueo. taut 1 the .ertdr *a ssraes forravshtBtv* •he British authorities are going li %  in .i difTWnit pasisaaai Colombo 9 s Phrn Mr (isitskell is now bl \ SI -ceking dollars fur lh lidiyii Kearinament Programni" nd also im Colombo*, pan o Bonomw .oil to South F.ast Asia The i cument he is eitpaeiad i pi l Itrwerd lhal Britain ne-ili liars to cotApenagte her for the •iport markets due to -\ 12-mai carawmeni t ii not Ukelj to be Mobammed eel egg laeoufabi) bs ing in plead 10 \, ... i p • Brltuh 1 Hi. high prices of %  % %  linn, HUM M>od* arising ou* f the world situation are still i" all praetleel puraeeei sea It is etiin..ie.i that the] wMI 11-in. 10 irly twice the present aggers before revaluation liecomes advisable 1 it lie forgotten that one of the principal tenets of revaluation t.uil down by Ihe International Monetary Pund, the envartleflns -I currencies, has mi >ct heen achieved The mcial Hriilih view will almost thai taw eSw I 'evaluation mUM run ihei: efon %  nga rate \nl i>iii;t Says "Tliuiiks" age from Mis 1 1 1 .1 in.1 in lie l.egiklstive ... II M %  • %  ( A-seinbly Mlfofned them that he Qeveinmeni of Antigua had 'ii.it it eaoreaston as 1 appreciation and grateful 1 'iiimtior, mada) ind tin ivmpatny expressed on an gi" tin. HsrbadO!! on liehalf of tie people of Antigua MlirHtTsT Is lusaifr ir PORT-OF-SPAIN Kojan Mi luitiiiieii who was charged mr Hie innnle, ..( Willi.-.i i;..mpei.-d. of Curepr. Trinidad. is now a patient at the St. Ann's Mental Home, SJSd will Idel %  I there at HI* Majesty's plea*uro> A 12-man lurv found that IBS iriiune. and unfit murder charge. Carpet Of Grass Hoppers U)NIHiN 1 li t li' In South Australia hav< l-een held up Oy grgegkl thick on the trail) that engim uheels would not grip. Radio Australia reported to-day. One englDl driver said that he had com. across two swarms, one of which covered about four square mil % %  at 11 %  %  th .it the persllel for a stronger stand nearer 1 rang, Aassriean • asualtis 1 .ing roe"r a ., ,1 „, j reautt Ol devalua t on. the curtailment of dollm TKI.I. lilt. ADVOCATF TIU. SKW RliK 3111 Udy St Night *BTTH M.VOCATE PAYS Ftlll NEWH %  i Wasl Commu ISl Hill %  an crumbled to-day In fa WilUenJ three pronged South Kocean m fromtlM UTp S> fanlry assault supported by artll-I ly he went off U. lery and plane* Defender witha* must JII propagandists for for drew to the hills northwi-t mil eign powers The foreign pow we*t <>f the eitv | for which he Mas working —Reeier Klnsjgon of leageew 14IH the nii WSI Ihe Hrv s < lei gymar ith. And sowrnri %  gi'ter hi "Th ," ,",„;_„,-,, iTr.gMluM Wf.i*raIion. Uut either the Weit KSrS 3 r devour... | j-* ^Ssrsr^sz Wise Spending %  VCliv Organization would [ separate identity, nn bcina 1 their Incidenta.lv, one hears talk'in ihe Tederal Govenm %  iinwadavs about money having vices The rest no been "wasted" under the Colonial singtly fade away. Ilka Development and Welfare Acts, soldiers. Or the West IJ; would be surprising, indeed, if not going to federste. In that case, any project had been executed the need for a ... anew according to o 1 a n a nd oo-ordlnatlng bodj', 1 especiallv when vou consider that tinning machinery which the %  plantiinp" ll *' 11 %  vprv n w .Colonies can use when common conception Most of the plans in j problem* arise, will l %  the earlv days were done almos' ir ,; :n Ihe light of nature They have J either case, the natun no doubt been cases of mi*direci*d I (jo,, ^ tna i \hr> Devi energy, and probably of faulty welfare Organisation srl planning, judged in the Ijthi of I into the landscape, and later wisdom. We must not be ( complacent about this We must S) Ob Pare S U.S. Bombed Russian Aerodrome ACCUSES RUSSIA WASHINGTON. Oel 10 The lo. information from General Mac Arthur's Far Dougl Knstern command on the alleged lers. kfraflng of a Russian m let fighters. Headquar80s A'l.fi .1 1 beheveo here that Unite-1 The Soviet Government lodged a protest with the UnrEmbassy in Moscow last night. I.mster Wslworth Barbour refused to accept the note .: it should be sent to the .imns William MacDermott 1 Spokesman, said that fh Barbour had asked whether the tn,n *** \* ad been made lo the Soviet Note Returned ^United Nations or to Oenersl MacDarmott said that te was delivered lo ihe Kmbessy In Moscow liv Gromyko insisted that the mesenger eeriy this mm United States had no reason to but was r0 I noun ami l,.ter to thi n Office Ameriiiin planes ovtterritory. There was a similar deadlock note AutMonties here held th.-.l unIneidanl ;i;. natarr tar the United Nation* becsuse Amerlenn forces concerned were H United rfatloBj control Katie iiart of the territof North Kores as a "( %  encroachment over procedure when '1 • The Russian comn. %  as sent to Ihe Se*iirlti I Malik the Rusaian forces have been order.-! Goverruneol alUtmpted lu ; I lhat it was i. matter Oi lo Ihe United States earlv in for discussion between the United .-I the Soviet rjoven "b* down of a plane by American ment September 4 There was no further develoiiOn that occasion the U.S. remem "i the mcidenl. tbs fused to accept Russia's protest —Reeter. That is the closing time for all advertisements or changes in advertisements in the . SUNDAY ADVOCATE


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PACI SIX BARBADOS ADVOCATE WEDNESDAY. OCTOBER 11, 1M HENRY BY CARL ANDERSON MICKEY MOUSE WALT DISC -(, -VC.\V. <*** rti" 1 OUT 0= *iO\J,KKZ> FUL '-E. T£::z 3-E *\5^ CEXLLV is' ( fuEASE CO.T! 'A LITTLS CAMPAIGN TESA-^SS I MAP MAPS VU l r / %  T^.irmiJ KSP^— (US? A>OSMINfl! wEB ,4 I**,***** vice A quick rub with u sprinkle of Vim on a damp clolh—and surfaces arc bright and shining. Vim gets rid of grease so quickly and „M)IE BY CHIC YOUN_G T r WTT E£ BE CAREFUL ~. 2Sr VIM 1-.-^l .UVit^ cleans everything smoothly and speedily THE LONE RANGER BY FRANK STRIKER BRINGING UP FATHER BY GEORGE MCMANUS Met. eta A %  • TSfcC' I TM* "*WCI F "-' STAV8D : -tsiow 1 BE PLE*J6D L IT ClN OkC -P I DON r *.T TOCO A*JVOHK fclP KIRBY ALEX RAYMOND •vmTA X AU...ALLAHITO#MT 3*RL*M3 \ev THi FLLL CON, _^-—' SAIL9QST1 I *VE 6Aii_'MJBS ^mrin COUNT? %  LOODCUCKBtSl L 1 ITISTM |N ABOUT 1MSS. II MJ6TS •o eiMx-rs THSM_ (NSrSTsNTl 'PHLIU good look' tell you they refill r, -'it. You know, loo, when you look at the price tag, that you can't Bet finer value, llluvtrated in a Tan Oxford hoe for Bays and Youth. Tied to every pair i the .lolm \\ liile liiiarau. tee Shield—the -igu v. hi. h IIM-.UIput right I 1 >>i,L for it in leading -tor,-in llarhado*. made by JOHN WHITE means made just right IP ncuei AW ox MOWUX AAY QARL-N36... COV€ BUSINESS AgCjT THE ; gf-, MIDOIN5.,, X OE*\ASO MY A36NTL****,! M mTiBVTl IN ON "lFTY TWOUfcANO/WBOC I SMALL AAARRY THf CH LIRAl^. < AAAtHiCAN ueRBMl *OuLD 1^^ *"• V^ITN NDU D*AL WITH A THE PHANTOM \ m: BY LEE 3 oEllEVETHt '-.(ICVHtMINP unumactiun \\JHEMONEVTHEM A WEEK 460. Oil CCN'r NOwTHEVVEGOTIOulN BELIEVE TWMIUION RANK* y\TMEYK DEAD. WE YE SOTVUi/NAP-rafBEHUB' TO STACT / ) ITfe IMPOSSIBLE TO UNP THEM TH JUWU, l< FULL OF N6CATS FALK & RAY vouU MtVteSEE ] MOORES lOOKINfr FOR THEM. WM. FOGARTY LTD. TAILORING DEPT. SILVER ANNIVERSARY YEAR r and \2!!"2l' *"""' •"'•'""" W value-wu* shoppers, oraJflaJor Jr p r cu1 "' %  bou Cu 'S "" e "d Hni.1. Make IWpernul nhmlon now. from unon, the Eilmiiin ;r! S,': ... > l l.l.KNS. WOItSTED. Tltul'ILAl. SUITINGS STOHT4 TL 5^ri K "' F 'AN '"!LS. SBOW. HARRIS ANU r *'"'!* T\\ EKDS. now mi dlaolav in nur WIV11 I Fwt OEPABTMKXT. atuplav In our WOOLLENS ••GIVE A THOUGHT TO QUALITY* SHOP AT FOGARTY'S OrrhTl thai HI..' feeling of warmth and comfort you get on chcM .im1 bock when you nib on plrattnt VapoRub. Il work* miUtm Itkr J ptxiltic*, "drawing ouc" Jihy :ighti" At iht umc clmt %  • nft'll"" t hot soothing medicinal vapours released by VapoRub! They work insiJt tluitmatcd air-paisages, and cleat siufly nose, case sore lhro.ii. c.ilm coughing This %  .iiMjf-outs.de'" action continues for houtsdurlnf sleep Lsually, by morning, the worst of the cold Is over. Tkttti a SLSCO Paint (at wetu put pa'a . SISSONS BROTHERS fc COMPANY, LTD olM'O PAINTS—StuckM by T HarlM'it l.tU P1>ntIU>it< LW ( % %  ,v < . 11 lido. Co-orwrativ* Cutwti Paciory, N II Ht.wrll. a W HuUlaioon it C. Ltd T J SM!V. CottMil 1'vjndi -. U Watkm* Co C %  Ptrt C" I.'d Mannlnc A Co Ltd. and 11£*rtoa4oa Hird>* Co lid USED TO DREAD WORK UNTIL•' H L.st MM Palm M hit A nui No wonder tfale man dreedet x jirut tci work, for rbeumatta pal as Is his arms made It torture to use them. Tel to-day ha fsela fitter u.an eisr ati 1 work U a pleeeure. as he tails ID his latter l •*I had beea snfTerlBf from rheumatism vary badly and bed auch pains In my arms I scarcely knew how to use them Than I was told to try Kruschan Salts. and after ualng one bottle I found relief. So. of oourse, I have kept on with It. em BOW thoroughly battsr end have never fait so fit for years. I used to feel mlnerable and aluttittsh. but now It is a pleasure to work instead ofadread."—B.& The pains end -utffneee of rheumatism are usually caused by deposits of eKceas uric acid In the muscles and Joints. Kruachen stimulates the kidneys and other intestinal organs to regular healthy action so that all the excess uric acid Is ei pel led through the natural channels. When that goes, aches and pains go too. Freshness and vigour are restored If yon are troubled with rheumatism, give Kr i '-h'-n a trial yourself. You can g*t it from all Chemists and Stores. yi->'^v>v',v*,*> OH! MOTHKt And She Applies SACROOL Beeause Sacroal Conquers PAD. Oa gala at KNIGHTS DRUG STORES


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Sir George Looks More Dollars
At “D.&W.’? Future (From Our Own Correspondent)

LONDON, Oct. 10.
GIR GEORGE SEEL, K.C.M.G. last night in RUMOURS SHAS THE EvurD cers
a broadcast over Radio Distribution “killed”’

will shortly be revalued upwards in terms
the idea that the Development and Welfare



of the dollar grow stronger hourly. In Paris the
“ ” ‘
semiiinamlindy: is tate, obtonather. black rate’’ for the pound is 980 franes—the

A LOT OF PEOPLE still look on “D, and W.” as a first time for a year that it has caught up with

fairy godmother with the means, perhaps not quite so

| the official rate.

‘ In Rome the free pound has jumped to par. In Madrid,
Spaniards are showing more liking for sterling than for

| dollars, while in Lisbon the black market pound has van-

| ished because people with sterling are hanging on hoping
for revaluation.

plentiful as a few years back, of dispensing financial fav-
ours in the West Indian Colonies. Since that idea is not
quite dead, I would like to kill it off now.



Ss sometimes, “How
enna — 2 we.” ‘giving’ to ,;ao our utmost to ensure that we
such and such a project?” It is: Profit, for the future, by the hard-



Speculators seem to have,imports and the high rices

\ prices of
f ; eee aa, i. ,} won lessons of experience Bu taken the recent official denials] sterling area goods arising out
true, in-a very real sense, that the iti the. broad. sense . am suee that is the necessary ind) so aécepted | of the world situati are still
British taxpayer is “giving” very ; be road sense, ft am . Ulat : SSé ‘ i } v aLion are sti
large sums to his Colonial fellow- {the British tax-payer can b preliminary to a change in the] tor all practical purposes too low
citizens (£120,000,0C0 over ten|*altisfied that his money has noi rate of exchange, Even the ap It is estimated that they will
years under the Colonial Develop- beer “wasted”. Its application

ment and Welfare Act alone). But; har undoubtedly stimulated the
the Act having been passed, the }impulse to development amons
money is available, ( uming of | West Indians themselves and
course that the British taxpayer|since vhere can be no sound
goes on finding the instalments | political advance without eco-

veal for Common sense by Mr,| have to approach $5,000,000 000-~
Hugh Gaitskell Minister of State] nearly twice the present figure
or Eteonomic Affairs appears t.| before revaluation becomes ad-
fiave done nothing to persuade} visable
| oreign businessmen that several Nor must it be forgotten that






















































| mportant objectives among] one of the principal tenets of
year by year); and there is nO| nomic advance, I believe that the hem convertibility — mast be| revaluation laid down by the
question of “D. and W.”, or any|money provided for the West 'achieved before revaluation is] International Monetary Fund, the
other official agency, giving it} Indies under the Colonial Devei- oe E | sonsidered convertibility of currencies, has
See east vabee tata t0t opment and Welfare Acts, will : si ee : ; . - } C S l - not yet been achieved The
at ou isposa YP : rove, in vhe event, to have beet - | J Micial British view will almost
courses of specia} inane a ae for the most part cviehly spent : : His Wonowr Mr. K. N. RK. Husbands, Speaker of the Hous: / | Cartoon Sums pP sertainly be that the effects of
aed er eer eee fa and to have mace a_ powerful f A is seen here presiding over the meeting of the House of Assembly 3 \ :. . | The situation is well summed} ‘evaluation must run their
oh teat Cha Bern ents id contribution to the advancement Vargas Is yesto-day the last meeting before he leavés.on Thursday for Englanc U, S. And Russia } p by a cartoon in today's} curse before the exchange rate
9 ivisl ies ) - ibera ‘Ne “hr ‘le’ ‘Th te -considere
the Secretary of State, to the best + oe a West Indies t where he will attend the opening of the New House of Commons oi. ners ; ave ean . eee
of our ability, where, so far as the ery one October 26 s i ‘ i i
lity, ’ z 26. 0 »wspaper headline which say: -
West Indies are concerned, De- B l ’ Ce Talk On apanese lewspapet i Say:
velopment funds can most useful- S tary rast tan 7” J Craitskell: No Revaluation
ly be applied My colleagues and ecre 7 ; Che city man ebserves drily: “On A nti ua Says
T t fairy godmothers, what- Pays aun ‘tad , : INFAN?] RY i Peace Treat ; nore denial and up we go 1} f £ ee |
are se 8 4 ’ So far, I have had Development 66é eron’’ \ e e a | ipibee.? Th k Ht
ever Cie we ee and Welfare in mind. One does *. g ; ' “ ;
* bab oh ~ ae, T. NEW YORK, Oct 10, | This process of “talking up anks
Colony’s Job eee etn ct ee, ENCIRCI LE RED ROOPS The New York Times reporter | he pound is just the reverse «
hi Paige ‘side a. 4 s activities BUENOS AIRES. Oct. 10 today that Unived States aU vhat happened before devalua A message from His ere
Another idea which lingers here . - : baer Weak ssesre® 3. The close parallel between Ge- ay bussian representatives had hel | jon, It has resulted in the in he Gevernor to the Legislative
and there is thet the business of | The aca am for ny ee. tulio Vargas, former Dictator of IN KOREA preliminary conversation on + | jux of a good deal of foreign} Council and House of Assembly
the Deve opment gad Freee any other agency, gradually "| the »vo Estado” in Brazil, and roposéd Japanese peace treaty | qnds. yesterday informed them tha
ganizauon is to plan the develop- President Peron of Argentina was . a The hewspaper said that a con he Gevernment of Antigua ha
ment of the West Indies. This drawn by the semi-official Press (By JULIAN BATES) x versation (‘ook place at an offfesa | According to a report fron equested that an expression of
probably owes its origin to i here which for months _ before TOKYO, Oct 10. | dinner last week between Jchr | Yew York spot sterling has for] ite appreciation and grateful
pore nk hs Commission i 1930 last week's general elections in United Nations’ Infantry to-day burst out on either) Foster Dulles, Republican Advise! | he first time since devaluation | hanks tor the contribution made
ae py is a rather long Brazil aggressively supported Var- side of the fanatical North Korean troops manning defences] ‘o Secretary of State Dear | isen above the official exchangx | and the sym athy expressed on
* id that “ gas and is now acclaiming his just ‘th ef the 88th parallel. + Acheson and Jacob Malik, Sovie | «ate he eceasion of the recent hurri
sentence, which said that “a new apparent triumph at the polls Pay DAE wh une F Pp ; ; representative on vhe Securit: | This means that In the eyes of } cane, be conveyed to the Legis»
geganizalién aus he a ae The British Commonwealth Brigade led a westward Council \merican businessmen. sterling | ‘ature of Barbados on behalf of
e pba Beltane reogges Bt The “Nemoagiecin”. which front: thrust across Yesong River towards the west coast port of Dulles was.gald. so. hav ‘\s undervalued, But. it. the: | he people of Antigua
long-term programmes of social sages a sinned mersage of cordial| Sheju 90 sihie digit efQteng i. Oe northern capital An) orank Sweat ‘ wey oA



thay “the Utated
wanted a treaty as soon as possi

ieclde to PUGKR “forserevalwatiol pore
‘he British authorities are going





; p whi - ~~ “pwishertrom, Vargas, states in an ican eclumn wen e other way around the block on
Fae and SESS Yosed v : editorial: “Vargas undoubtedly heen os entith ay





























i ; the direct road to Pyongyang thrusting to the northeast. ble and that weaty terms snouk | .¢ In a difficult position, ‘
rants from United Kingdom | head the popular social revolu-| th rect ad t yonsy w & South Wirceris added eyistiiny ve worked out by eleven nation | > Murderer Is Insaie
se0es Sige he ESS sae ee nietaet tc cotton a] victor to their drive up the east} vs the Far Eastern Commission Colombo 8 Plan
rly days, no doubt, the first ithrough historic expedience, To ye. ; F a ‘ aries . (From Our Own Correspondent)
ie wae H : : : i | coast, capturing the important; Malik speaking in a_ jesting| ‘ :
Comptroller Sir Frank Stockdale, fexplain it one must establish the} ey ah ieations centre.| manner was reported to have, Mr. Giiltskell is now in
himself unsurpassed expert simi th n Peronist: port and communications centre I as ported to hav | TOL bawling. Achkaa forme PORT-OF-SPAIN
ae wie eal ; Serthence’. She banat ate batt Ob] t Le Wonsan only 140 air miles from| Suggested that the United States} ‘merica seeking dollars for | ‘ vhs 2 t "9
and his advisers did influence, ‘experience’. The paper adds that} yec ?8son ‘ne WManthidan border ‘did not really want the treaty} 3ritish Rearmament Programme Rojan Mohammed, who was
very considerably, through the Vargas “sometimes called Fascis |] SAT a ; | because this would involve the! nd also for Colombo'’s plan o/ |charged for the murder of Wilfred
suggestions they rue errr om sometimes Communist” was over-}! a GODERICH, Ont. Northerners had been expected, withcrawing of Amerivan troops! ‘conomic aid to South East Asia.) Rampersad, of Curepe, Trinidad,
ee i hee Sivara book tar Ping thrown in 1945 after 15 years in|, Seringn .siojees, of FR i) put up a desperate fight for| irom Japan The argument he is expected | is now a patient at the St, Ann's
3ut it has always been the princi- power” by a colonialist oligarchic} | fan] urnett was tt Wonsan, their second largest city The New York ‘Times ..id tha ) put forward that Britain needs Mental Home, and will be detained
ple that the Governments of the reaction which characterised the;1 #tard Shortly after | the An army spokesman desetibed| the conversation apparcrtuy endec | icllars to compensate hér for the there at His Majesty's pleasure
Colonies concerned are the people ‘litical al and economic con-|| Service, Mr. Burnett receiver \ : - ‘ mnversation appa 7 2 i SNe De irae vane Tena : ' that
} responsible for framing political social and ¢ 10! 1 a i] recite find Communist morale in this sector,at ihis peir Soviet Foreign! 98s of export markets due to |: 2eman jury ound 4
tier tan aca Colonies have ditions in Latin-America prior to in Otte ss that oie hel 5 a e “ineredibily low” { Minister Andrei Vyshinsky wats \ earmiment vis not likely to be Mohammed was irfsane, and unfit
Libety ecmuintee their plans but jthe Peronista rev val.” been robbed sali en J , ahs jean First! 2#!d to have told Dulles later tha: | ceived tavourably by thelto plead to a murder charge.
; - . . a : - HE HS av I ps o e Americ Pins r shan P i oo tik Se hb yor * . hot B st
the same principle will apply to | El] Mundo" devotes an entire ence Cav lry Division pushing directly ; “ ae ean He es } mericars eo = oe 1
the necessary reviewing o ose .. gee frontpage t eports from Brazil ~C.P. lnycha ae -day fought their (@Ports said, nat all issues in € m8 ao Bre: ‘
ta Shateate. th t ea ge lauder thas headlines: “Vargas ten Seed Wer miles Geoth of dispute between the Uniied States; sir ne 52 Ci my TELL THE ADVOCATE
light of experience, It is the Colo- . : 1 Se Le ae eT 5 atta Bea ee ay eal ! nd Russia could be settled by | levatuat.o. THE NEWS
nial Governments’ job, Moreover }Coming a general clearing—house | promises no defrauding mec ir the 38th parallel against stubborn Legotiation “alchough te did nef] Stil there: te no.teason. to be THE
in the last decade there has been | where problems of common inter- | -idence of Brazilians” and * mat R “d ¥ resistance from entrenched Com- |) iborate on this statement ieve that Mr, Gaitskell will Ring 3113 Day or Night,
a very marked advance in the as«}est to all the West Indian Colo- | gas’ -victory has a deep socia eds Lead Rice Mmunist troops abor: war ead: See Bak od ie suede
y f political ibility | nies can be discussed. Those who | significance, Determined northerners dug in- : iY: f nd, a me THE -
sumption of political respons: ¥ mi - ee = : to the hills above the road, poured lar reserves — built up over PAYS FOR NEWS
by the various Colonies: it would have read Sir John ‘Macpherson President Dutra in a messagé Strikes In Turin ie ' nth Poe ; y E ee ren e veer ag &.feault of devalues : ;
be inappropriate, to say the least,|report for 1945-46 will have |, ‘Gofii vargas told the former {flown machine gun and ri we nn Oe . tion, the curtailment of dollar ‘
to suggest that any other agency | realised how far, even by that ta yyegye fas a) will per- ; In the words of a wounded G.I. t loseanini Arr ves :
‘g * r : “ ~ s : : Dictator that he (Dutra) will per ‘these uys. only stob. Aghting s ive
but their own Governments should | vime, the Governments had come oo siy transfer powers to the TURIN, Oct. 10 | 'thes pes oye ! ‘
} do the planning for their future. to regard us as the natural centre | President Elect on January 31 Police carrying tommyguns to-' hen: they ate, Cea At New York
H t Ci iti e for regional menteranres Sf a ae ean day were guarding all trains i Combined British and American
ones rittcism wide variety of subjects. Sinct Dutra’s message was S€ nt throug Italy's northwestern Turin prov- forces which crossed the Yeson, NEW YORK, Oct. 10 |
in“ then the process has continued.) Danton Coerho, Chairman of the) ince while big industry — was| River beat off three desperate at Arturo Toscanini, famous. Ital-
What we have got, in “DeveloP-} with increasing momentum, as, pyaz ; Party of which] largely ‘alysea’ by : < sisnthcibetaihahdbieal
d Welt re”, is a compact a2 ate g . Pan | ereen Labene farts : argely paralysed by a. 14-hour\ tacks by not more than 150 Com- jun conductor arrived here to-day
ment an enare ; 7 the latest report published shows | vargas is leade1 Communist led strike which was) munists, then advanced beyond the liner “Vuleania® H rai
team of first-class economic and] pe Organization can, and doe lair $6 etn / ae n , en advi : in the liner uleania e was
i ny h eee ane f, ‘ont | . i a at the| ep ed in support of labourers in| paekcon against light opposition illowed to land immediately de-
technical advisers. It is vhrough | provide the setting for Confer-| Coerho visited Dutra a the provinces of rice-fields who! Right arm of the attack reached sre s the i be bar’
these experts that, as I believe, |erces of every kind, Even when,| presidential palace last niet = quit work two weeks ago de-| y, oe yi ciate me aushee jpite reports that he might be bar-
the Organization can continue tO] as in the case of the Sugar Con- re leaving by air for the state ; ig is t ‘





red under the new internal security
aw. These reports had been given
impetus by the temporary deten-
tion on Ellis Island of the 20-

\
manding a néw labour contract, |

Strong reinforcements of Police |
were deployed throughout the
province to prevent striking farm |

render essential and mosv valu- | ference of March 1950 in Grenada,| of Rio Grand Edgo Sul where
eble help in West Indian develop- the meetings are held elsewhere! Vargas was counting electoral re-
ment. The larger Colonies have} than in Barbados the secretariat| sults

n to the northeast against Cor
munists, armed only with rifle
and machine guns,








; i i - i by 4 ri Bon ono ter. aoa : ear old Austrian pianist Fried-
built up their an enya facilities | are citen provi led iby | Reu workers from large-scale arson! Navy dive-bombers based oF yieh Gulda who eee ies released 2 sii
partments to a su cur Organization Ever here. | and other direct action agninsl Kimpo Airfield near Seoul raine nd granted ermission to enter
since 1940, Buy I am sure that | as with the Stending Closer Asso- farm owners. bombs in half hourly — strike +t a er od 6 t ae temporarily
those Departments would be the} ciation Commitee, the moving against the entrenched northern- tle cate toe ae jetalr ee } :
first to agree as to the value Of} spirit and the creative thinking} At one farm near Novara, fod-| »;. Micials said he was detained be-
consultation with our staff Of} are West Indian, the Organiz

jer re) . cause he had been a member ot
Ore Prisoners said that Communist the Hitler

vere concentrating around Kum

and barn roofing were des

advisers. In the smaller Colonies, } tion acts: as Secretary troyed by fire early this mornin

Youth Movement at the
which have not been able to |

Fridays







; age of 10
Yesterday damage was done |: | «} 5 : . nar :
: Ai e 3 ‘ chon 15 miles north of the par \ new security law passed it
employ comparable Staffs of ‘thelr Eitther ee Or another farm by a similar fire j allel on the main Pyongyang high Ser “mb ove *vesident Tru
ana September ver Presiden I
own, our experts Can play, an Police reported that in many] wa man’s veto bars entry to America
have played, a more direct part I think that this service, this] region trikers to-day beat up ; np all past members bike hy
yhrough personal visits, + Ponies provision of a focus for a comin labourers brought in from othe:| Reports frem United Natioy [party and associate organisations
to draw up and guide ticular | approach to common problems, 1 provinces in an effort to sav¢ |} ilots indicated that Communist la cll as members of presen’
prajects, as well ta eee tise now of equal importance wil! | ripened crops. Many arrests are; misht be pulling Ingen: Back fras 1| pro - Communist organisation
the general pinintg, I hope t . the advisory services which we reported, —Reuter | defences just north of the paralle i ibroad \!
all Governments will go on Mak~ | can give in the development ana for a stronger stand nearer Pyong- | *
ing the very fullest poe use of welfare field. It is a service which | aay yang. American casualties in the| 4 ~Reuter. |
it the advisers on vne velopmen* | someone has to provide, and it is; drive along the Pyongyang road | r .
: and Welfare staff. My only regres one which we can render in a } Carpet Of Grass Hoppers were reported fairly heavy but} Tale Of A Propagandist
; is that, because they are so feW, | apsolutely disinterested way, be-| LONDON. Oct. 19 | Most wounds were minor, sccord- | WASHINGTON }
' they cannot be everywhere at cause we have no axes whateve! Trains in South Auatrelis aul ing to frontline reports | Among those who came 1 |
; once. They sre. kept very busy | 4, grind. It is a service which, a: faa . eT ee aa | Washington to fight the anti |
; ° 8 | been held up by grasshoppers »% . ati ; . ‘ f cae
indeed. We all recognise, must Sooner or thick oH’ dhe’ i ai that Communist resistance in Won-| Communist Bill was the Rey |
’ > ac © ee 7" 2, ay ar. : . > i s *
; van, later be performed by a get\uinc alianla tuna Gas ae Radio Aus. san crumbled to-day in face of 4’ Claude Williams, a It pene
We are quite ready vo accept | west Indian agency, and not by : as alta: grip, » Aus-) three pronged South Korean in-; from the Deep South, And solemn |
our share of responsibility ae what is after all an offshoot of the! Of cour . it seosee? ates sala” eae ae engine | fantry assault supported by artil-| ly he went off to register himself
anything which is done on the! Gojonia) Office. I am not liken-| peace—modern peac d saic at he had come
basis of our advice. We shall :



across two swarms, one of which lery and planes, Defenders with-| as must all propagandists for for-
izati : pend peer © : » hills ast ¢ le ita ian e
no doubt get criticised from time wm rnd emcee aoe Se i n Express Serwice covered about four square miles, non of the a: a \ Tee aati ee — ei Poh
ic hn ol Rv ia ope ae is always said to be without hope | —Reuter. —Reuter inodom of Maaven,”

chticism®, If we are criticised for |! posterity. Nor am I now going
the sake of criticising, we shall be to embark on a discussion of Fe i
found defending ourselves, Wejeration. But either the West

e 4
fav same" “pig he [inn ae ang eras U.S. Bombed Russian Aerodrome

of the Development and Welfare WASHINGTON, Oct. 10.

° ° nat : : sunts note. Authorities hete held that
W ’ ; Organization would lose their . Qt. : th / :
se Spendin i | u bat The State Department said to- i the incident was a matter for the
t 8 , Separate identity, on being merged) qay it had received ne information

i rer nt Ser United Nations because American
Incidentally, one hears talk in the Federal Government Ser-| fom General MacArthur's Far



That is the closing time











for all advertisements

or changes in adver-















. °
ays about money having vices. The rest, no doubt, would] ; : Douglas MacArthur’s Headquar- Soviet note was delivered to the naval forces concerned were tisements in the aif ard

nowadays a 20u ney seater a sl yead vo y like i ‘ld E stern command on the alleged ters American Embassy in Moscow by under United Nations control

been “wasted” under = Co Acti eats v 2 “ss he -w, Ma I : ii : Sie ing of a Russian aerodrome Gromyko insisted that the messenger .early this morniny

Development and Wel Cure. ae diers. ‘a a - ~ ar*| by two American jet fighters. United States had no reason to but was returned several hout The Russian communication

It would be surprising, indeed, if not going to federate. In that case, | refuse the nvte “sb the adit 4 ; ou 5 Saat te the Ricutte “il

‘any project had been executed the need for a central advisory| The Soviet Government lodged sare ghee» as the incident jater to the Soviet Foreign Offiee was sent to the Security Council,

ate & di t 1a, and co-ordinating body, some con-| protest with the United States prin American planes ove! but Jacob Malik the Russian

eae) Waa va comaidane that tin in siaehiaaty “which thelEmbassy in Moscow last. night. Russian territory. Théte was a similar deadlock delegate objected to its being

especially w agle § hy Se eeey Mae. EE te Y hon ceamen| But American Minister Walworth .,/t “8S believed here that United over procedure when the Sovist placed on the” Council’s agenda

“planning” is still a very N€W Colonies can use when cx Eh ge hla arity gunebt the tvte Nations forces hdve been ordered

Barbour refused



conception. Most of the plans in} problems arise, will be more

Government attempted to protest declaring that it was a matter
the early days were done almost | gent and essential than

to the United States early in for discussion between the United



in| saying that it should be sent to the to treat part of the territory of
















y J North Korea as a “Cushion” or septe : en Ce Stnt aA Ab Snviet Govern-
n the light of nature They have! either c: the natural expecta-| ' nited Nations a ieutnen ashe ty venice the ri Se ptember ove! the shooting St e 4 e Soviet o
no doubt been cases of misdirecied | tion ‘is tt the Development illian oon itt, State pe of -encroschmant.on. Russian of a = plane by oot ican men
an. ae ‘oba , aulty | uralfare + ent Spokesman, said 1a “hais peer a Ve ighter plane ff Korea on
energy, and es nrc Welfare 4 za ; aaked hether the Chinese territory September 4 There was no further develo-
Cee aaleten “We must hot be Rare ee ere to t had been m to the Soviet Note Returned On that occasion the U.S. ré- ment ol e incident }
cothplacent about this “We must @ On Page Nation r to General MacDermott said that the fused to aecept Russia’s protest —Reuter. of






PAGE TWO

Carb Calling

OL, R. T. MICHELIN, C

missioner of Police left
terday morning fo:
B:W.LA:, for short
with thé Comission
St. Lucia, ahout the P
ing School. “He expec
In-morrow,

Regular Visiter
RRIVING trom St. Lucia yes-
tercay morning by B.W.LA.,
was Mr. and Mrs. Joe Knight who
are here for a few weeks’ holiday,
Staying at Stafford House Mr.
Knight, who is a frequen: visitor
to Barbados, is with Minville and
Chastanet in Castries.

To Gather Material

R. AND MRS. H. HORAN

arrived from Venezuela on
Monday afternoon by LA.
for.q Shert visit and are staying
at the Paradise Beach Club.

Mr. Horan, is the Editor of the
English Page of the newspaper
“Espera,”” in CaracaS,

Purpose of his visit is to gather
material for a series of articles
on Barbados, which he will write
tor his newspaper when he returns
to Venezuela.






On Honeymoon

PENDING their honeymoon in

Barbados are Mr and Mrs.
Raymond Thomas, who arrived
from Trinidad by B.W.1A. on
Sunday.

Mr, ‘Thomas is with B.W.1.A. at
Piareo and they will be returning
at the end of the week,

After One Year

FPTER SPENDING a year in

St. Vincent Mrs. Ruby
Thomas of Tweedside Road and
formerly of the staff of Messrs.
Wm. Fogarty Ltd., returned on
Monday morning by the “Lad
Nelson.”

While in St. Vincent, she was
Staying with her son and daugh
ter~in-law, Mr. and Mrs, F. G
Thomas.

Arrived Safely

ISS MIRIAM TUDOR of

Beulah, St. Philip, who left
Barbados about a week ago io
join her brother in the U.S. his
arrived safely at her destination.



BY T

See ANT legal decisions are

coming over as thick as star-
lings at dusk. The other day
magistrates ruled that a loaf of
bread sold in slices is not a loaf.
Whatever it is, says jolly Jack
Hopkins with a light laugh. it is
not bread. But if a baker sells
a loaf cut into two thick slices,
is it two half-loaves or one sliced
loaf? =And if the whole loaf is
sold as one slice of bread, how
can it be a sliced loaf? More-
over, if a number of unsold slices
are stuck together and sold as a
loaf, is it an unsliced loaf until
it is re-sliced, and then a loaf
again when it is once more de-
sliced and re-loafed before a final
re-de-loafing?



BARBADOS

ADVOCATE

Se eee Prt ne AN

U.S. Medico Leaves

R. A. A. GASKIN of Boston,

Massachusetts, returned ww}
the U.S.A., on Monday night on |
the “Lady Nelson’ after spending |
about two weeks in Barbados as
a guest at Crystal Waters and a
simiter period in Trinidad.

Surgeon Specialist

—Antigu:

A FPTER makin; a Wip on tue

“Lady Nelson” trom Antigua
up io Briuisn Guiana, Dr. N. J. L
Margéisen Swoppru vu at Barba-
dos on Monday for about wo
weeks whch he will spend as a
guest of Mr, and Mrs. L. 4
Skeete of Vistins, Christ Church

Dr, Margetson is Surgeon

Speciaist of the Holberton
tosp:.ai in Antigua.



iwin Daughters

FTER an enjoyable holiday |
in Barbados, Mr. and Mrs.



For Ten Weeks

N BARBADOS for ten weeks’ H. R. Inglefield returned to Trini-
he.iday are Mr, and Mrs. Gad __ yesterday afternoon by

D. M. Harper of British Guiana. B-W-LA. They were accom-

A

panied, by their daughter-in-law
Mrs. Geoffrey Inglefield and her
twin daughters.

Geoff who only came up for the
last week-end of the holiday re-
turned to Trinidad on Moncay
afternoon,

Mr. H. R. Inglefield is a Direc-
tor of Neal and Massy, Engineer-
ing Co., in Port-of-Spain, and his
son Geoff is one of Trinidad’s top
notch fivited Dan

Visited Daughters

RS. H. C. GRIFFITH of “The

Maze,” Wellington Stree,
was among the passengers who :r-

They arrived on Monday mornirg
by the “Lady Nelson’’ and are
guests of Mrs. L. I. Lynch of St.
Lawrence Gap,

Mr. Harper who is paying his
first visit to the island, is Assis-
tant Superintendent, West Coast
Railway, Transport and Harbour's
Department,

Back From B.G.

R. DENNiS WORME, one of
the members of the three-
man Barbados Lawn Tennis Team
who visited British Guiana las:
month for the British Caribbean

Lawn Tennis Championship Tived here on Monday by th»
returned by the “Lady Nelson” on endl Nelson from British

Monday morning . He had stayed i
on for an additional two weeks — She left here about 2) montis
on business on behalf of his firm 8° and first stopped\off at Trini-
Messrs T. Sidney Kinch Lid. ie Gad where she spent a holiday
was accompanied by his wife. ban 7. ae are ea
ones who usban is ports
Bank Manager Returns Writer ‘attached to the Trinidad
R, ARTHUR ROBERTS, publishing Company. She then
Manager of the Government went over to British Guiana wher?
Savings Bank, returned from his she stayed with another daughter
short trip to British Guiana and Mrs, Neville Osbourne whose
Trinidad yesterday afternoon by husband is in the Income Ta»
B.W.I.A. Dep.rtment of that country.

WAY s

By Beachcomber





When Is A Cake Not A Cake? exe Nay, need I have said so
HEN. becoming bolder, I ask Much?

Ad a Sausage sold in bits‘is a Was It Folderol?

sausage, presuming, for the sake ;

of making an ersdeahin point, CIRCULAR issued by 38
that it ever was sausage? It is Government Publicity’ Agents
impossible to forget, in this con- announces that the Special
nection, the stir caused by the Emergency Interim Judicial

Commission has heard all the so-
called evidence it can stomach,
and is now preparing a lengthy
report on the whole question of
the tolderol found, or not found,
in one of Mr. “Tufty” Corker’s
rhubarb puffs. The taxpayer may
like to know that the 241 wit-
nesses flown from various quar-
ters were housed at Government
expense in a new block of luxury
flats. The inspectors, spies, touts,
narks, stool-pigeons, agents-Pro-

famous case of Alderman Till-
yard and Smoother Lamp-Wicks
Ltd. versus Lady Cleaver. Connie
Bapchild, and Rhoda Melhuish.
Here it was ruled that a cake
partially sliced, that is to say
marked by the knife all round for
future slicing, was not a cake. It
was therefore disqualified from
the cake-weight-guessing cgm-
petition at the Caterham Public
Baths Jamboree. Need I say

LLL Sescteure, informers, i god Ses
YPTOQUOEE ns -Here’s “ dou als were provide w

ate how to work it: motor-cars While the Commission

AXYDLBAAKXR was sitting. Meanwhile a _ non-

is LONGFELLOW ees chemist, who could

One letter simply s another. not be muzzled in time, said in

f ‘ ny Stanae Sev her. In this example A is used an interview that there was no

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Rupe: 1S getting termbly worried
The paddle is los: and there seems
no way of stopping the bird who is
pulling them across the ocean. As

evening approaches he feels very
hunery. though Koko only curls up
toler in the bottom of the bout.
ate mmy will be geting

“he thinks miserabls
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Last 2 Days

TODAY & TOMORROW







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(Cheap Prices)
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THEATRE

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‘the three L's, X for the two O's, etc. Single letters, apos-
ues, the length and formation of the words are all hints.
-t day the code letters are different.

A Cryptogram Quotation



FIGHTING MAD”

such thing as tolderol, but there
was a fungoid growth called fol-
derol, which adheres to holm-
oaks in Madagascar, and is a
great luxury at native banquets.

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who like the best in Or
prices.

Then he has an idea.
send messages in empty bottles.

Why shouldn't 1?" Seizing the SS
bag that had held his buns he Prepared oy Sis
wriies: ‘* Sailing with Koko, all

** Sailors

well so far, Love from Rupert.”
Ard .ddressing, it to Mrs. Bear he
puis 1 in his empty milk bottle

comes ot. and throws it overboard For Reservations
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THURSDAY 19th & FRIDAY 20th at 8.30
MATINEE FRIDAY 20th at 5 pm.

AT EMPIRE THEATRE

“PASSPORT TO. HEAVEN”

(REVUEDVILLE 1950)

yoen By sina

Mrs, A. L. STUART'S DANCING CLASS

A WIDE RANGE OF STAGE DANCING FROM THE
STATELY BALLET TO THE MODERN TANGO,
JIVE AND BEEBOP

BOOKINGS:—Open at Empire Theatre Box Office from
Friday 13th between the Hours of 8.30 a.m. and
12 noon, and 1.30 p.m. to 3.30 p.m.

PRICES:— ORCHESTRA and BOXES $1.50; HOUSE $1.00
BALCONY 72c.

ALL SEATS CAN BE RESERVED





OPENING

THE
GREEN DRAGON

An up-to-date Chinese Restaurant catering to those

his onions.

NO. 9 BROAD STREET

Seen



Jewels and diamante are
called “It’s a gem,” has a

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London Express Service

Housewives
Guide

Prices of Pumpkin and
Butterbeans when the “Ad-
vocate” checked yesterday
were: —

Pumpkin—8 cents per lb.

Butterbeans 24 cts. per Ib.

B.B.C. RADIO...
PROGRAMME ~

WEDNESDAY, Oct. 11 1950 i

7 a.m. The News; 7.10 a.m. Néws
Analysis, 7.15 a.m. Close Down, 12 noon
The News: 12.10 p.m, News Analysis;
12.15 p.m. Music for Dancing 1 p.m
Mid week Talk; 1.15 p.m. Radio News-
reel; 1.30 p.m. The Constable's Move;
2 p.m, The News; 2.10 p.m. Home
News from Britain; 2.15 p.m. Sports
Review; 2.30 p.m, Have a go; 3 p.m.
British Concert Hall; 4 p.m. The News;



4.10 p.m. The daily service; 4.15 p.m
My kind of Music; 5 p.m, The Cesare-
witch; 5.15 p.m. Programme Parade
5.30 p.m. ‘The Naturalist; 5.50 p.m
Interlude; 6 p.m, English Songs; 6.30

From the Third Programme; 6,50

pm
The News; 7.10

p.m. Interlude; 7 p.m
p.m. News Analysis 7.15 p.m, Why be
a Teacher; 7,45 p.m. The Contempor-

ary English Novel; 8 p.m. Radio News-
reel; 8.15 p.m. United Nations Report;
8.20 p.m. Composer of the Week; 8.30
p.m. Mid week Talk; 8.45 p.m. Strike
up the Music; 9.30 p.m. Land and Live-
stock; 10 p.m. The News; 10.10 p.m.
From the Editorials; 10.15 p.m. Have
a Go; 10.45 p.m. Sterling Value; 11 p.m.
Close Down ~~

LUCKY DIP
BRUSSELS

Marcel Delbrooke, skipper of
the Belgian fishing trawler, Andre
Lucianne. came into port towing
a jeep. He caught it while fishing
oft Ostend.

RDAY
14th

iental dishes at reasonable

Chinese Chef who knows

Dial 3896



EMPIRE

TODAY 4.45 and 8.30
and Continuing

M-G-M Presents

“PATHER OF
THE BRIDE”

es nego aschaeeeepemecen

Starring
Spencer Tracy, Joan Bennett

With Elizabeth Taylor
Don Taylor

ROXY
LAST 2 SHOWS TODAY
4.30 and 8.15

M-G-M_ ; Double!!!
Gregory Peck, Ava Gardner
in

“THE GREAT
SINNER”

AND

“A NIGHT AT
THE OPERA”

with
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WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY — 8.30 P.M.
M-G=M’s JUNGLE THRILLER !!!
Johnny WEISSMULLER and Johnny SHEFFIELD in
“TARZAN AND HIS MATE”

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11, 1950

WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER

SSS. SE SS
TODAY & TOMORROW
5 & 8.30 p.m

WARNER’S Double—

Paul Henreid in “CONSPIRATORS” and
Gary Cooper in “CLOAK & DAGGER”
FRIDAY, SATURDAY, SUNDAY 5 & 8.30 P M

Paramount Presents BING CROSBY in— ws
“HERE COMES THE WAVES
with The ANDREWS SISTERS





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PAULA RAYMOND

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Written by DOROTHY COOPER and JERRY DAVIS

Directed by ROBERT Z. LEONARD
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We have - - -
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COPPER PAINT
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Also:
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WEDNESDAY,

OCTOBER il,

1950



Leg. Co. Approves $3,805
For Ceramist And
Animal Accommodation

A SUPPLEMENTARY resolution for $3,805 to provide

new accommodation for stud animals at District Agricul-
tural Stations, and new expenses of a Ceramist was con-

The Addendum stated that ad-.
ditional accommodation at
District Agricultural Stations is
urgently required for stud
animals, whose services are now
required more frequently by the
public and especially by small
agriculturists, It is therefore
proposed to construct accomme—
dation for eight additional bulls
to be maintained at those stations
where demand for services is
greatest. Additional bulls are
becoming available from time to
time from calves reared at the
Central Livestock Station.

Next there are expenses in-
eurred by the Ceramist in excess
of the grant made undeér Coloni:l
Development and Welfare
Scheme R.72 during his term of
service with this Government
which expired in December, 1949.

Lastly there is a revote of the
unexpended balance of the free
grant made under Colonial De-
velopment and Welfare Scheme
R. 72, which was intluded in the
Approved Estimates for 1949-50,
for the engagement on contract of
a Ceramist.

Stations Useful

Mr.. E, J. Petrie, Acting Colo—
nial Secretary, reminded members
that the Agricultural Stations
served a very useful purpose in
the island. Where the Ceramist
was concerned, the Colonial
Development and Welfare
Organisation had supported the
Government’s application, ior
funds under the Colonial Develop—
ment and Welfare Act, and the
scheme had come to an end as
far as C.D. & W. were concerned.

The provision in the Resolution §

was merely a revote of money
which would have been used last
year had it been brought to ac-
count in time. The amount was
completely re-imbursable from
C.D. & W. Funds. The $41.00
was merely excess accrued over
the agreed amount, and it was
not considered worthwhile to
approach His Majesty’s Govern-
ment for that paltry sum,
Hospital porters are to get a
change in name. According to
a Resolution approved by the
Legislative Council yesterday
giving effect to the Civil Estab-
lishment (General) Amendment
No. 8 Order of 1950, Porters will
henceforth be called Orderlies.
Hospital Complaints
Acting Colonial Secretary, Mr.
E. J. Petrie, told the Council that
Dr, Hallinan in the course of his
inquiry into the working of the
General Hospital had recom—-
mended to the Government the
investigation of some grievances
complained of by members of the
subordinave staff. The Order was
a result of such an investigation.
The Order changed the name
“Ward Porter” to “Head
Orderly” and the name Assistan|
Head Porter to “Assistant Hea
Orderly.” The Order then brings
ward and dispensary porters
under one head—orderlies—and
in addition adds ten new order-
lies.
In the past it was necessary for
a certain number of the staff to
sleep in at night, and it was now
desired to introduce the shift
system. That would be made
possible by the addition of the
ten new orderlies.

—

BURIED AT SEA

(From Our Own Correspondent)

PORT-OF-SPAIN.
Conrad R, Murray, late Ex~-
Super Sergeant of the Trinidad
police force, was buried at sea
to-day. Barbadian born, he came
to Trinidad in 1903, He resigned
30 years ago. His step daughter



curred ih by the Legislative Council yesterday. |

$3,600 Approved
For Meteorological |
Service In Wi.

The Legislative Council yester-
Gay concurred in a Resolution for
$3,600 in order that Barbados may
assume its respohsibility for the
British West Indies Meteorological
Service.

The Secretary of State for the
Colonies has advised this Govern-
ment that the Air Ministry is no
longer prepared to finance the
Meteorological Service in the
British West Indian Colonies and
therefore as from the Ist of April
1950, the various colonies con-
cerned should be prepared to
aSsume the responsibility for these
services. The Colonies are asked
to notify their intentions by the
end of September, 1950.

The Secretary of State has
suggested that a British West
Indian Meteorological Service
should now, be established on the
basis of the present service and
that any future expansions should
be .the subject of discussions be-
tween the colonies concerned.

The total expenditure for
1949—50 on Meteorological ser-
vices was $167,184, and on this
basis Barbados’ share of the






AT LANCASTER FACTORY

BARBADOS ADVOCATE

THE CASSAVAS being made ready for the machine at the Faotory.



Early Buying
For Xmas

THERE was an atmosphere of
bustle at Da Costa & Co. Ltd.
around 11 a.m, yesterday. It was
breakfast hour at most business
places. and employees took time
off to give the various stores a
“look see.”

The Shoe Department at
DaCosta’s had the most customers
at that time. In one section of the
department a man was trying on
a pair of shiny patent leather
shoes, in another two women and
a little girl were chatting in Span-

appareatly trying to decide on the

expenses of the proposed service purchase of a pair of shoes for

will be $3,216 per annum, The
ecretary of State also proposed
that a contribution of $62,400 per

annum for a period of three years

| from the Ist of April, 1950, should



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be made by the United Kingdom
Government towards the estab-
lishment of the British West
Indies Meteorological Service.

This grant will be divided among
the Colonies concerned on the
basis of contributions made:

an early teenager.

A cluster of men were in the
Suiting Department. Some were
ordering cloth, others were dis-
cussing among themselves the
merits of this or that piece.

Some women were making
chases of bright coloured

ish at 300 words to the minute,
ur-

ness at the counter where buttons,
elastic, thread and such things
ean be had. A clerk was mean-
while assorting various colours of

reimbursement to Barbados will} ;nitting thread.

be at the rate of $1,248 per annum
for the three years.

Mr. E. J. Petrie, Acting Colonial ¥

Secretary moving concurrence in

The Weather

TODAY
Sun Rises: 5.48 a.m.
Sun Sets: 5.45 p.m.
Moon (New) October 11
Lighting: 6 p.m.

YESTERDA
Rainfall (Ourineady

-51 ins.
Total for month to yesterday

. . 87 ins.
Temperature (Max.) 86.0° F
Tempetature (Min,) 72.5° F

Wind Direction (9 a.m.)
S.S.W. (3 p.m.) S8.S.E.

Wind Velocity 4 miles per
hour

Barométer (9 a.m.) 29.892
(3 p.m.) 29.823

the Resolution said it was essen-
tial that they should get the in-
formation which was given out
by the Service under discussion,
and assured the Council that the
island had got off very lightly
because of the method of alloca-
tion of expenses, In addition
part of their provision would be
offset from C.D, & W. funds.

At the end of three years the
position would be reviewed, and
so they had that time to examine

told the Press that it was always] the matter at a very modest cost

his desire to be buried at sea.



to themselves.

As people made their purchases
and came out, more were going in
nd mixing with these two sets;
at the entrance of the store were
another set who were merely
window shopping.

To tailors and dressmakers this
time of the year is like what the
Sugar Crop season is to sugar in-
dustry workers, They are already
getting orders for Christmas and
Exhibition work, and the orders
will increase as this month draws
to a close. It will be largely a ques-
tion of first come, first served, and
as happens every year, the late
will certainly be disappointed.

BON VOYAGE
FOR BETHEL

Mr Bethel, M.C.P., Junior Mem-
ber for St, John, who will be
leaving the island shortly for
New Zealand to represent Barba-
dos at the Empire Conference,
was yesterday wished a “bon
voyage” by Mr, G. H. Adams, the
Leader of the House of Assembly,
at its meeting.

Mr. Adams said that the con-
ference would only last about
eight days and then Mr. Bethel
could enjoy some of the fine
scenery which is New Zealand’s.
He felt perfectly sure that to
illustrate the spirit and friendli-
ness of Barbados there could
hardly be a more fitting member.
They looked forward to his com-
ing back refreshed in more senses
than one.

ress
materials, others were doing =
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STOCKED. BY

DELICATE

as a moonbeam



COOL BEAUTIFUL

“FERGUSON FABRICS”

FOR WEAR AT NIGHT.

LEADING

STORES.

Animal Feed Faetory Shuts

THE GOVERNMENT Floup
where cassava and potatoes are’
form a part of Balanced Ani repared from a
Government formula, was working’at full blast when the
Advocate visited there yesterday.

The last load of cassava, as can) teresting. The cassava or potatoes
be seen in the picture, had just|are first put into a mache thet
arrived and was being “headed”} washes and skins them :

| They
by labourers to the washing ma-, then

ar



; brought into the faetory
chine, the first process of its being} building proper by an elevator
turned into flour, and sliced by an automatic mma- |
It has been the custom for the] chine. |
factory to process cassava and
potatoes at the same time but this| These cassava and potato “chips” |
year the potatoes are not yet} we then baked in large cvers
ready and so grinding ceased yes-| 1" the factory and ground int
terday flour
The Government Experimental |
Only 540 tons of cassava were} Pottery plant is also situated at |
ground into flour this year aS|Lancaster and is making flower

compared with 4,500 tons of po-| pots in sizes varying from twelve
tatoes and cassava that werelinches to three inches

ground in a peak year. Experiments are

Interesting Process

The process is simple »ut in- toe early to offer any comment,

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ed BARBADOS ADVOCATE WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 11, 1950

ARADO gH ATO RUSSIA, Vat of WOW AMERICA SEES OUR






























| _ HEALTH PLAN
;
; Wednesday, October 11, 1950 s1i@ P, 2@) le: ?
a Mri sete vr Tins HIGHMOOR GUAVA
NERS Lam making this assessment because I believe it | THIS is how ae ae 50
~~ : e American doctors
immensely important to understand more ace ‘ly the s ; : Tins KRAFT MACARONI
THE unhappy state of the Leeward ; sage P ’ nore accurately th picture the plight &CHEESE....... 31. BB
. * Islands is a matter of concern for all who |@aily life of the Seviet people in relation to (he regime uf the average Tins PEANUTS
Beet: use the word West Indian to denote the |qfad rales them British patient oe3% {
> t collective association of people who live in after two years of
the islands and mainlands of the British ji @ ogee .. @ nationalised medi-
Caribbean. e& Yr z YW z E lw emts ; cine.
ee The tumultuous passage of Lord Baldwin : - ; Eat The picture
vr through the romantic and historic islands oniien ttm et
. i itle of warts ig STALIN’S one: Ave-year . x ‘ a a i e
:. which bear the drab title of Leewards, is Pi are anreet a " By Sefien Delmer ‘ two words to translate the page “Funnies”
te still within recent memory. The, destrue- ears ae wee nple lish) word worker! >
7 3 of industrial and clerical work ‘Auta ite trugeling Quite wut’ between them strip cartoon,
tion of property. which two fires, a tropical to 560 roubles a month. It is diffi- With friendly : hich “1 i which is issued RUBBER
disturbance and one hurricane caused in | “fil! fy, translate 500 ar ae eat have ae 1% ape Bomaes minon by U.S, doctors sree gy ee Blue — : 27” x 16” n
Antigua a short time ago is depressing is ahout £88 Here i enat i ; y when — WORD number one is “RABOT- ve é Pedes Blue, Blue and White — 22” x
f Ssing st t £3: s ‘ they meet a foreigne NIK.” It staods for the work
herita enough fo sui Gove : would mean in a man’s budget : in the trilby Word, hee tort os gig¢ anxious to prevent Drain-board, Green and White, Red and White,
ge 4B eto : . Contrast... is “RABOTCII,” a rather sneer- rH: the introduction : Blue and White — 22” x 14”
The destruction of houses and _prop- odeganll ips ta ree pining” “enentiean
j ; i : . = n . To buy the same 1 GLANCE! 1 at the primitive * a hee ad < a ica.
& erty in Anguilla and Barbuda by the amount of food to which he was put : po lookir al i= It ds see the RABOTNIK OF ERate pt land aE eee ss FIBRE
same hurricane is an additional headache entitled before rationing ended er’s cottage which was her home y nisi: that Stalin ha Called “The Sad Case of Waiting Room N 1, 2, & 3, Plain
‘ o . ERA at ge in 1947 a man would have to spend yow Iy my mind e Ee < 0. at r the régime. Willie”, the cartoon is based on a six weeks’ ; Os. 1,
for the King’s representative who is re 255 roubles trasted it with the tumbledown ere are about 12,000,000 of |.) vey of the Socialst health sch . ‘ Nos. 1, 2 & 3, Figured
sponsible for these smaller islands no less If he has a wife and child to slums I h een in the So sm, and if is they who run the | S4rvey of the Socialst health scheme, recently Nos. 1, 2 & 3, C.L.S.
than for the larger Presidencies of, St. be “00 wouktas oan a thie is selves for i ¥ f they had i t oa tivis a piedices eas ae a ot he cre i
Kitts, Antigua and Montserrat. more than he can afford, and that official ratio 1a \ he hoinblest of these over- | "e American Medica socta i mie ;
Coming to the Leewards and to a seat is why the wives of all “common of fi nor Bpace petson ete: BS See Saree, Bat-eared, bulbous-nosed Willie with his WILKINSON & HAYNES CO., LTD.,
workers”—as against Trilby Hat Vel i uch as the hig Chapli brell d drainpi tr
of Government in Hurricane-swept Anti- workers—have to go out to earn is a lot | p : voich id RABOTCHE under him Vhapinesque umprele an : TOO Pe mee ; Successors To
- gua with special haste, because of this, Mr : ne ; ih dalighy sept wt ; f oe ee ers, may look larger than life, the pamphlet
: rs we t standard rates of pay for W#5 rousea z ce ie team of tame writer:

Blackburne with commendable speed has adult workers, a man would have

. ene he ne aciae to work for a 1 Ib. loaf of wheat
begun a tour of the scattered dependencies ee tee eects scieee ol

| er in Scientia J had dinner wie says, but all his experiences are real. cas c S. PITCHER & CO. ;

rent) a + hi 7 Stricken with severe stomach-ache, Willie
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. : i i. , ae ; #43 PHONES 4472 & 4687
and islands which comprise the Federation | minutes in: Sakae i Ova Mee cntetne be oe c ba goes from one surgery waiting room to
a ate 0 I I 2in into severa wi. .
38 of the Leewards. Hvitadn: 7: -Amertea 6: ‘Franes. ty her ourtt _Was of thousands of roubles a mont) another, only to be told that all the over- eae
; The splendid gesture of Barbados, Trini- 12; Italy 10; Sweden 39; U.S.S.R 1 snobbe: we ee, jee thee ee —_ worked doctors are too busy to see him that
. ar South 4 sne .Faia ‘ . ‘ ants and prizes. ley ac} 4-
i dad, Jamaica, British Guiana and the 68 orked it ! imit leit Milian ce carrot thaie ew | day. |
é 7 i ; 7 ; ing ay Bread and cabbage are the tau they would be allowed the use of s 3 . ||
3 United Kingdom ee contributing pore? staple foods a the Soviet phere : “You ’ one with . i ff ae an in } With his stomach-ache getting worse, ba
ay personnel and goods to the relief of Anti- fa s ‘ le ‘ 1 4 rather cometimes they arte exemptec | Willie seeks out his Socialist M.P. “Give the pts
? y ini st have encourage , XLOTHES. A suit off the ack | Ba from itieonie tox ; i |
4 gua’s suffering. must have encouraged the bee in ohe-of the big storés costs. “Russia ever renee Ce scheme a chance, boy,” says the politician. Pat
% _ Kindly and warm-hearted ex-District 11,500 roubles three recsthie’ eee ee i ly RABOTNEK friends hac | “We'll iron it out in a couple of years. Mean- {43
* ‘officer of Ni eria, whose promotion to the wages. A pair of ordinary shoe Th Enigma houses and fiats of their ow: ile j ,
2 t f a - ‘ 1 costs two weeks’ | wages—250 ds am i iilly'a summer nottaiae it | while, have a cigar.’ .
5 dignity o overnor, ORs Commander- in- roubles. HER hu d us { country well, while th When Willie collapses in the street, he is
z Chief of the Leewards is fitting reward for r Bee aomuak hears ve RABOTCHTE | wie Aamnilies ng “| rushed to a hospital too crowded to take him ;
= i ar 7: . INTS oro + They are . _ : ; nm tnree or four families to ¢ °. . * :
¢ one who has spared neither health noi na RENTS are low, They are feel’ we! are real froin it fStenen in. After filling in forms, he is sent home WATER HEATERS
personal comfortiin the service.of colonial | fy pit a premium goes to tens ee eee eT take urope host Dagasred of. all ure phe | with a pill, for which he signs a receipt. odels in 5, 12, 30 & 40 gals
2 eo SS Gicecest” 3 Rn. se bie ie Tene i. Hand A tetonil deattacine of ‘the MVD Only the unselfish enterprise of the old m SIN y hy .
he A » eevera ousanad roubies are ounce nh is I as . , ‘ ance (i! ©. . . ea: : .
* i ue minis demanded by a_ tenant ay. 1 felt that iy whe recently, escaped has revealec | family doctor saves Willie’s life. Hearing that Also
: oe erm cree vee with Gibtine- 1 aves Hp aoe te Wek wagte viene ak Grate vhs ee Suet ue’ ewse. the child he brought into the world is ill, the DRESSING
% : . . ° +, + ie C 1 oO ror Sovie i ru Vac he mos = saded :
o tion in Palestine and in Gambia. As first ie a aie AGE oe Gidhe Fihidlies a 4 @mierés lines: luxury accommodation a‘ {doctor runs round and removes Willie’s ap- HAIR
® Administrative Secretary to the Comp- share a kitchen lavatory, or bath- re fascinating olida rt their own i i
» nies Mee ANT Kenn tos oe pendix on the kitchen table. EQUIPMENT
< alfare i room, which ‘ 1eip C ceep \ ner } t ! a t res :
¥ en 3 ee and Welfare in | (Oin’ ' P played ‘the Red Arm , re-'' “whey also enjoy private per-| The final frame shows a wistful, convales-
2 ie West Indies he built a foundation of ected fore eri NOt SOGiRt: pceegreke sis Ane hast inlanein “We . : tears
* ress for the peoples of the Britis! The stairways of aportment living conditions, believed in the jhe State theatre and batlet, sual oat) nb ante iis set eae
i prog or the peoples of the British | houses are the responsibility of invincibility of Stalin r children attend special mode! |£0F yourselves instead of letting someone DaCOSTA’S
i W "¢ nc ‘ * Anke * ‘ ‘ we yn 2114 hey i 1 oe ¢ i ; Aare attend s é x ‘i 2
g Caribbean. In his recent post as Head of Lal a gemamgona il oT tate’ wf i ie) eek ote hat Schools reserved for them ex-|else do it for you when all he wants is to
4 . : ; ‘ ® » are Suall) a state o 1 opp iW , t ' Rake f a hiedibe ‘ : i '
“% the peg See at a“ Sore lumaitice neglect. pe tvs sided a h § netnies 2 Bie Pa | hold down a fat job in the Government.” ELECTRICAL DEPT.
2 age e oe e ea y in the inenvieee Sneice!; Ties Gockina seainst, repatriation Their Rights By distributing the comic free through i
ar East and has, more than any single in- ‘ ‘ ee Res ehow they symbolised D
* A is done in small kerosene stoves Someho { VEN more important thar |surgery waiting rooms, the doctors hope to
‘ dividual in the United Kingdom been re- % ” : stré wn ‘ f tl va ~O- these fierce differentiations be-* ga 7 OSS 1
3 sponsible for the publicising of iis Colo- @ WORK. Soviet industrial P ‘ my ae tit * tween the carning id the get ‘Willie's eee aan to a substantia
® fee to th 1 . he U S d Ki d and clerical workers work six 889 Gav , and ened privileges of the RABOTNIK anda | section of the American voters.
es to the people of the Unite ingdom, eight-hour days a week. They ; aay : hiocd in de. te RABOTCHI is the new police:
5 Mr. Blackburne is a worth roduct of have a fortnight’s holiday a year Sica ‘of th ani than any Which is caysing the RABOTNIK OPERATION SAFETY ; ;
é ae y produ witht bey. fence of theis ye SANs OS RABOTNYE | ye AN INGENIOUS robot device which will
art a se d er — af a sistingyished If they are 20: minutes late or 2 Provided three times, more t cena ad 506 a and economic |make anaesthesia much safer and more ef- e
le + an administrator of Zeal and a man leave their job 20 minutes early uislings 4 x Pier he BIS “S0PMMONT toative has been invented by a British doctor
4 . ‘ p it oe od oe y vce All the rest , } { iIrope worker” interiors y a Britis Octo:
, of.the highest integrity and real simplicit they are punished as absentees. @ the Aas aan ion oa e os fot z
i a mena mn. ye tre ead Ds The? puniahfent is (up: fo six combines E Pwo pigamur a er reaponatts ' It is a combination of a standard anaes. ‘A Schall Shidment of « - -
4 . - a eee Meat at a ee Seb ee at ent ene Re-edueation cisicsel. to shen the waht t. {thesia apparatus and a “brain-wave recordei
% ar: oy me hs . a, Ef aidlanstar OF Vow wolkeets earn: et he ve money and property to thei:|—a machine which picks up minute electric '
4 Leader and elected member of the St. | ings S dualism an the sou the descendants -<¢; abolished unde ient’s brai
‘ ings. Soviet pec at fs ; ; currents generated by a patient’s brain ;
g ; iy f BS ‘ ’ . } at he earliest’ réforms of the Socialis 4
é Kitts Legislative Council and an elected . slaibenibinds es abd Had all Stal Lit iter poli utiDE revolution Rela wena ed t,.| through metal contacts attached to the head
Ps A ENS Ss. i = e five vear Ww twill ” i
* re r a = beg ae Council title4 » oe rues Beeke at fe : re ot hi nolic . vilige i 2 eae ee Doctors have discovered that the waves Size 60” x 80” at $8.32 each
§ not only a slur on other Labour organ- age o ney have worked” Wel] te f y fo es in AT aes i ‘
: isations in the Caribbe but a disgrace for 25 years; women if they are It has led h to také such tornr of non-producing property- ponbrates by the. healthy mene 7“ - ‘ ‘
é aribbean, but a disgrace | 55 and have worked for 20 years. immediate tactiea es as oid raasters, furniture, and|highly sensitive to anaesthetics. A whiff of in the following Colours:—
4 Sere Sear ree syncs. It is to be meree is e rodtine « Sania weet oid Tb sae ran : ort at pris ; Ro B Soviet parents are once mor ether immediately increases the size of the
tha . pre ¢ * « DIES & Y » NLOS re abou i 1 all urnec ison- 50) t i iis are e . ; :
4 " t responsible Labour leaders and West age pensioners either beg, starve, ers of war : s who being mace » pay for the educa- | Waves. Under fuller anaesthesia they gev ROSE, PINK, SAGE, wake SAXE, CAMEL
% Indian legislatures throughout the area or go on working till they dic worked for th gard tion of their children after the}gmaller, When the brain is deeply uncon- and PEAC
€ will lose no tim ex + the’ ssret They cannot live on the pension. less of whe 4 ud iws at school, ; :
¥ eas ee “9 in : Beir efr rear There is no unemployment in- to ae ty hips are granted on a|scious the waves disappear. eee
4 a is exhibition o ad manners in an surance, because theoretically SE UP snest re-edt soni mpetitive $ and as a political : : ‘
x ialimnd which ought for historical reasons to | there is no such thing as unem- centres through which all soldiers award, This means that only the Dr. Reginald Bickford, an ex-R.A.F, medi.
% Gcadind tha vaty. AGE Areeetnk pack tis ployment in the Soviet Union who have formed part i ;, Most exceptional RABOTCHI|cal officer, now working at America’s famec WHITNEY ALL WOOL
” GCOS WEY, Poe te Seer, ee * ° . Europe must } eriicren have a chance of con-} Mayo Clinic, conceived the idea of using thc
4 progress of the West Indian peoples. Most important of all, it ha ing their schooling after the]... 7. ” : ;
z THEY were showing me over confirmed Stalin in I rmina- r elementtir? years brain-waves” of patients undergoing oper
: an experimental farm in the thick iion to jettison tt t vesti The rowded homes do not/ations as running records of the depth ol
iF of the Brazilian jungle when I of Lenin’s ri of 1a! give them th® opportunity to work i , ome
re a heard an old familiar tune s shares ‘or. evel ly nd ) larships. And in any case their unconsciousness.
B. G. Constitution song of ey pieeis per ones rE teed a lar ‘ p s‘eannot afford to kee > When this idea worked, he devised <«
song of our florious ed Army cla with ons
















rents ” x 80” at $7.20 each
e So most of the RABOTCHI1 ; 2 f 4 2 Size 60” x ‘

the little interpreter had called continued exis'ence of th +4 san Maveltte And a {6b be a method of linking the recording machine wit}

it when we asked him what this For the « rsl of the pro- ; ' ‘

melody was that the band played letariat ‘ ubstita i Beh eae ie 7 an anzesthesia apparatus, so that the shape 9



THE SECRETARY OF STATE for the
Colonies has set up a Commission headed

SECURE YOURS NOW FROM
’

by Sir John Waddington, formerly Colo-

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to us night after night in the dictator te. drawn Maybe the waves generated by a patient’s brain au e :
marble-pillared dining hall of fro t} letariat t atic y
nial Sect t f British G ic Moscow's Moskwa Hotel, ; 1 W 1 i AM wondering whether Stalin eect controlled the amount of anes ;
retary of British Guiana and Gov- I had heard the tune often ‘wo Words * is not falling a victim -to the|thetic being fed to it.
ernor of Barbados from 1938 to 1941, tode- | Cmoush since then. The ste! allacies of own Socialist Da COSTA & Co., Ltd.

ene, eee one Rae ot ss Bog anes ae Sov cae te saath doctrine of class warfare in build-{ The device can be pre-set to give the right

grad The German band had whet mat of a sociatised Srinath oe ae hna trtorent degree of unconsciousness needed for any
played it at the Intourist Hotel in concern, } retary, oF ’ Hs rik

vise a new constitution for British Guiana.
This is further evidence of constitutional



































development in the British West Indies. In Bracee eam Leipzig ee set it es . (ore : ne the... We ah Wberete and 1s Reneesoellon gehen: alee gs me supply
5 ey Y pre it was w floating felt it advisable to look and aress ‘ Be a ‘ fF anme j Ke
Jamaica and Trinidad there have been con- | out to me over the hot, humid as much like a muscle-worki1 e and ‘bring down the|% anaesthetic falls below the patient’s re
C " : 1 t { zhout istor as re 3 io
siderable changes, in Barbados the Bushe | jungle air of Central earogete from . -proletar On the hina sa! Bm quirements the brain-waves alter. News o-
5 . . > a conceruna someone was playing wht the poc ) ni as in BE oo >
iseriawat. ison triel, Proposale’ for e-eoncartinm sapieane was pleyi \ i . - this alteration is automatically flashed to ar
widening the scope of the constitution of to with melancholy and official ‘ es in om i ee electric pump, which then feeds in mor
. staigia. Une t 1 at Bt no the men anc 4 e < sie :
the Leewards and Windwards are under As we came up the concertina workmer 1 Lik those hat escaped from Soviet anaesthetic, f 4
discussion. And now British Guiana con- stoped abruptly. il ia Lenin 8m un had worn in the Russia sineai the war ome Anesthetists normally control their ma : :
{ templates political change. was no mistaking her Rustian- | To-day | hen ng t Seen ev seabers of the {chines by less sensitive signs, such as pulsc 2
| 3 Oa . f secidichiness. At tee Startaid le of wil members of the J Ss tall Offered
The terms of reference will be “to review eR eye oe Sot ee ae ere ‘True onoush. the Soviet Union & ARON NEK:priviligentsia.’ and breathing rates. pec yg
a - 7 - ’ , . 1 } St . . : : .
the franchise, the composition of the Legis- gazing at me from beneath a continu call it federa- ee . alin hg thought Hospital trials with Bickford’s device havi | F VY Ei je ment
lati Z iN smooth peasant forehead garland- tion of ( ublics ene » too. And that this is } hi 1 h thesi or our re, oy
ative and Executive Council and any other | ¢q with a wreath of wheat-blond But with that-elastic capacity wh) -*harries his class in}|Shown that perfectly smooth angesthesia ca)
related matters in the light of the Colony’s _ | plaits in typical Soviet style. u a Oat t cp ith constant purges|be achieved with it. Refresh Yourself With - - -
ic d ] : She contemplated me with that i s it as a lan- and here hints '
economic development, and to make re- mixture of disdainful almost guage, R i ; to-day devel- —~LE.S London Express Service. IDRIS KOLA TONIC—$1.00
b eommendations”. aoa bis ns di eo combine dclinedhdlabsald sbaliee
C VITAMIN FOODS
My There could hardly have been a better service and bé well-stocked with colour i
: : ‘ and b -sto -olour bar, but that kept by vin- \4 CHEESE
sélection for the Chairmanship of the Com- OUR READERS SAY: West Indian Rottery and produce. dictive, narrow-minded people. CALVES’ LIVER maneer sisscowe
oe ait, pf : sanitation’ must be speeded up. Places ‘which keep up such a spirit .
mission. Sir John Waddington who has ‘ -bins painted ete. Groceries of vesentment detrimental to \}, OX TREPE
2 served in British Guiana also had the op- Or, American Yor: Cugie and: t : i hampet the customer w orld progress, and fostering rene il) ‘ox TAILS STEAK & KIDNEY PUD-
¢ 2 : : " The Editor, The Advocate ’ ling him to any unneces- natred, shou in ea ua
4 portunity to see the working of the more Sin Ag MatenAme te: an: inland Every sae Lape trouble. That's my version. P OX TONGUES DING 42 Per Tin
’ , - . > 4 ae ‘ . at .
i ad ced Barb SC ; : z hus hie! is advertise as “Litt A eat Vetcrd sstaurants” must - Serve West Tourists should be encouraged * FROZEN COD FISH
4 van ado constitution at first England” eee at L. : . th aS ae a indian dishes, and havea W.1. at- to freely mix with all classes, as SWEET BREADS 32 per Ib.
¢ hand. The practical knowledge should Weights ahd iteasures (suth ary : vA ; ¥ “en D Ae mosphere. Stamp windows must this is the British West Indies— BRAINS ; :
serve him in the theoretical part of the Stones, Bushels, Perches, Poles — dend a pened: at the GF .O. more iet~.. “Not Scandinavia, | DESSERTS
Wotk and his k Sadie (Ok. i ea etc.) are British, it is very extra- Wal sh Athtnt ‘ ( . boxes, and last but not least: With — |
. . a pi a rol aphe ven a ordinary that one of” the” miost nervial Vehicle Owners and * vee gooey “ HITE CITIZEN. ' KIDNEYS BIRD'S CUSTARD
ous sections o e ulanese community impertant Staples is sold and net aect ting - =? ” . TENDER LOIN
; should be helpful in deciding the i ni Taxed in the considerably smaller a \NADIAN” POURS SEAN. narssertohs CRIVER's CUSTARD
t elpful in deciding the inter- American Gallem, namely Gaso- M y dT aaiene: Naik oteaal Fopret Col ie To the Editor, The Advocate RABBITS JELLIES — 5 Flavours
4 racial and minority problems which might lene and Oil. de sche deb anianc igo eras acbei ; OFZCe NVOCOUE at SIR,—As I understand there is
g arise ‘ It would be very interesting to e Ed The Advécate, To_the or, The Adivacate wr, euph Peas at enere for TABLE BUTTER in Pkg. ROYAL PUDDING —
? i 5 know how this came about ; : n 5 na . SiR, ao no ike to read griculture, sugg at many | UTTE Tins
$ Constitutional development is said to be who was responsible for this piect idvecate “Tout Rud ut we rbout ‘co ed aette eats ea young ne could TABLE B R in 3 Flavaurs
: f “Legislative Chiseling” ke terest t t of a think both sides are st fau e he oming “Farmer- ‘
5 successful only when the community to e in ket hn: Guicrs Abe are som satest. sluggard in Barbade 1 this feeling up ins ettes” _ ema supplied ond {ff}. SADSED SRANULS tn Tas HUNTER’S SULTANA
4 which it comes reaches cultural and edu- Sooes accused of being more t t t ho t br tings modern methods—food ree '\] CARR’S SWEET BISCUITS PUDDINGS
‘ Fas, . A ies , : ante half American, we insist on tt ( ) t is ne 10. show partiality or into, Interest must be revived in
& cational standards ahead of its present Imperial ulon in all j 4 r ° . ould be punished, our land, as “the country is the ' .. 1 Ib. Tins, 2 Ib. RHUBARB
S state. British Guiana already has an edu- measures, furthermore ot G iS a forr f insult to one and pride of Barbados”. Sorry I am Tins GOOSEBERRIES
¢ cational qualification for voters and this is rnment does at least publish an ( y. As f say the fault is on not able to help my country in this
v que € i 5 & : si account of¢ the spending Barbados t side I have eften got on way. | WATER BISCUITS GRAPES
4 more than other West Indian colonies ean Gasolene Tax collected, thing i u with coloured people There is no disgrace to this }
¥ elaim. The task of the Commission should | © the Sear sare cha A e wi acm een insulted on account work, but it must be made attrac- . ‘
% . ’ | id, they are pledge © spt our Tourists We » and -daily white tive and modernised. } E t DDARD'S
Â¥ not be therefore as difficult as it might at | every cent collected for the be A re d at and belittled Order arly from
te | t of the motorist in buil Th I e sh 1 be pur- With thanks
# first appear. ‘ maintenance of road and } i tore t img ble omeither side. There is no LAND-LOVER.






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WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 11,

1950



Chel




és
A.
Headquarters

HE OLD YÂ¥.M.C.A. Head-

quarter; at Pinfeld Street

has been taken over by Chelsea

Garage. They are altering the

building and will erect a new
Garage and Service Station

When this is completed the
large lJawm at the .rear»ef . the
building, which was formerly
used as the Y.M.C.A. -playfield,
will be turned into a parking area
where motorists can leave their
cars while at work in the city or
on a visit.

The Chelsea Garage ~ Store,
which was situated in the D. M.
Simpson building at Trafalgar
Street, has already been removed
tc Pinfold Street and is now hous-
ed in the section wheres Scout

Sow and debates were once
eld, “> as .

The ‘Seivice | Station Will’ be at
the front to Pinfold Street. and
there will be two drive ways. The
floor will be concreted. Offices
will be on the second storey and
the cash desk for gas and oil on
the bottom floor, A repair shop
will be built on what was form-
erly the Y.M.C.A. lawn tennis
field.

The contractor is Mr. John B.
Deane.

An employee of that firm told
the “Advocate” yesterday that
they expect the changes to be
completed by January. He said
that it will be much more com-.
fortable to have garage, Service -
Station and Store under the same
roof.

S Y.M.C.A. HEADQUAR-
‘TERS

removed to Union “Lodge. The
arrangements made for games and
other activities are working well

is now completely.

‘GOOD WISHES
FOR MR.
SPEAKER

Members. of the House of
Assembly at their meeting yester-
day, expressed the wish that the
Speaker, His Honour Mr. K. N.
R.. Husbands and
have a safe voyage to England
and a pleasant time while there.

The Speaker was in the Chair
for the last titme before starting
on tl® 4tip for the United King-
dom where he and his wife will
attend the opening cerenrony of
the new House of Commons.

Mr. G. H. Adams said: Now
that Your Honour is about to leave
us, I would like to wish you and

your wife on behalf the mem-
bers of the House, a le voyage
and an interesting t in Eng-

land, ; |

It is bound to” be! ‘interesting
from the historical _ ceremonial
point of view and I hope in other
respects. I hope you will come
baek as refreshed as when you
returned from the United King-
dom on the last occasion and that
you will be spared many years to
preside over the destinies of this
ancient House,

IT am sure that among the
pleasures you will have attending
the opening of the new House of
Commons, will be the justifiable
right of presiding over an Assem-
bly that is second only to one other
in the. British Empire after the
House of Commons.

It is something in the West
Indies to be proud of at any stage
of their existence, more especially
now .that we are hoping we

should go forward in the future

as a single entity. TI think that
‘we in this House should be ex-
tremely glad to remember that
Ours. .is.a.long and- honourable
parlidmentary tradition,

I have no doubt Mr, Speaker
that you will uphold the dignity

and the best possible use is being of the Speakership of this House.

made of all space.

I wish you and your wife God

Mr. H, H. Williams, Secretary speed and a safe return.

of the “Y,” told the Advocate that

Mr. Wilkinson said; Your Hon-

all members are anxiously looking our, I beg to associate myse'f with

forward to the day when activities the remarks of the hon.
will begin at the new headquarters member for St. Joseph.

at “Wakefield”. They are also hop-
ing that all the trees will soon be~

senior

We are proud that you. and
your wife have been asked to

his wife will ~

removed and the ground levelled. -sepresent this House on such an
Roy Went, local Bee-Man,*is at, historic occasion, and We sincere-
present working on a hive which ly hoped that you and Mrs, Hus-
is situated in the roof of “Wake-. bands will have a very interest-
field.” Built a box for the bees ing time. 4
and is hoping that they will all We know that when you come
enter their new home as Soon as back you will tell us of the knowl-
possible, edge .and experience you’ have

° i
i Noays AMOUNT of hawkers infer}

We most sincerely hope
ou will preside over this

Probyn Street has increased Assembly for many many years.

and a new bread cart vendor has

recently taken up his position am

there.

The majority of these hearty wishes which I feel

. His Honour said:
very glad to

Gentlemen, I
receive your
and

hawkers sell fruit, oa GS sore know are sincere.

and on many oce
a nuisance to
haste to catch

“prove

"buses.

I leave this island to represent

passengers making one of the oldest parliaments in
the British Empire, I am

fully

One hawker yesterday “had a seonscious of the honour that has

row of breadfruit extending across
the Stand. nearly to the space
marked.out for.the ‘buses,
NEW GUTTER has been built
across the road at the en-
trance from Probyn Street to
Jordons Lane. The gutter that
was formerly at this point was
fairly deep and water collected.
This new gutter is more shallow.

ad
ANY PEDESTRIANS are now
accustomed to the Crossing
Lanes in Broad Street but they
are still a few who are eitker too
lazy to walk to a crossing lane or

intend to break this rule.
The Advocate representative

stood* wp at one point yesterday d
and noticed that over 20 people t

crossed the road just a few yards

pervision of

been bestowed upon me, and I can
only hope that when I go to Eng-
land, to ‘be truly representative
of all that is honourable and best
in Barbados and especially this
encient and historic Chamber. I
hope when I return to be able to
tell you_of my_ experiences.

Animals Must
Stop Crossing
Seawell Airport

The House of Assembly yester-
ay passed a Bill to provide for
he management, control and su-
Seawell Airport. It



away from a lane within ten min- seeks to prevent animals and peo-

utes.
ca SANDIFORD of Bibby
A Gap, Halls Road, reported

ple from walking across the run-
way.

Mr. F. L, Walcott (L) who

that $55 in cash was stolen from moved the passing of the bill said

his home on Monday.

Leotta it was dangerous for people and

Springer of Fruitful Hill, St. Jos- animals to walk across the run-
eph, told the Police that a sum of Way and they were trying to erase

money was removed from her
home over the week-end.

the danger before afiything hap-
pened.

Mr. Brancker (C) said that it

HE PIPE LINES in the Gor- Would have to b@ instilled in. the

bin’s area of St. Andrew are
now being extended as far as
Graham's Gap. Formerly resi-
dents of the higher part of Cor-
bin's had to go as far as Bailey’s
Gap for water.

Last week a labour gang under
My. Bradshaw, carried out the
laying of the new pipe lines for
the extension.

HE ST. SIMON’S CHURCH,
St. Andrew, was recently
completed, This district has been
without the uses of a chucrh for a
few years and no doubt residents
will welcome it.

The building is of concrete
block and the roof covered with
asbestos. The contractor was Mr.
Cc, Skinner.

RIDGETOWN was extremely
hot vesterday morning. The
temperavure read over 86 degrees
Fahrenheit in the shade, bvu*
shortly before mid-day thiek
ciovds blotted out the sun’s rays,

Loud peals of thunder could. b&
heard and vhe day “became .very
derk, Many offices in the city
had to resort to electric lights.
After mid-day the temperature
dropped by two degrees, Soon
after, intermittent showers fs"
an these continued for the better
part of vhe day.

In St. Thomas rain poured from
about 11 ,a,m. until late in the
evening.

should be
should ensure that the regulations
be. carried out in the instance .of

minds of “the Police that they

impartial ,and they

vehicles *patking, irrespective of

who the owner of a vehicle might
be.



A SHOW will be given by the
Mobile Cinema at Admiralty
Pasture St. Philip at 8 o'clock
tonight for the benefit of the res-
idents of Six Roads area.
ESSRS. BARNES & Co's.
building at Bridge Street
was recently painted in a coat
of white, This showed up beau-
‘tifully yesterday against a back-
ground of thick dark clouds.
Formerly this building could
not be seen from Broad Street
but since the road was widened
at the corner of Bridge Street, it
can be seen from a distance.
F THE EIGHT traffic offences
recorded on the Police Reports
yesterday, »six..mptorists were
‘reported for exteeding the speed
limit. W% 2m &
There, was one charge for not
) \“atya)Major Road and
an .for-driving without due
care and: attention, it
HE ‘POLICE BAND, ‘under
( Gert. 26. vE. Raison, will
play for: awCharity Concert at
8 o’clock tonight at St. Clement’s
Boys’ School, St. Lucy.





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$153,000 MORE
FOR SEAWELL

“SOME members of the

House of Assembly yesterday

expressed the view that there should have been some pro-

vision in the contract for the work at Seawell, to ensure
the employment of more local labour.

They ho that in

the granting of any further contract of a similar nature,





such prevaye

Mr. Allder
Complains

“Stock farm!” “Stock farm!”
“Out of order!" These were the
cries which interspersed the

debate when Mr. Alider, (L) was
speaking yesterday in the House
of Assembly on Head XVI, deal-
ing with fodder for use at the
Stock farm at the Prison

Mr. Allder-said that many per-
sons who came out of prison told
bim of the unsuitable conditions
obtaining there. He felt that it
would be wrong to vote money
for a department like that.

That department, he said, was
entering on a commercial channel
and competing with the peasants
cutside.

Under Head XVII—Government
Industrial Schools—Dr. Cummins
(L) said that under the new
arrangements, the school teachers
of the Industrial School would get
“X" dollars as salary and then an
sdditional .25 per cent raise for
cxtra duties

Mr. Crawford(C) said that what

was mecessary at the Gov-
ernment Industrial School was
adequately trained teachers to
look after the institution The

time had come when members of
the staff should be given special
training to enable them to per-
form their duties effectively.

The Head was then passed

Heads 18, 20, 21. 22, 23, 24, 25,
28, 29, 30, 33 and 35 were passed
without comment. They deolt
with Commissioners of Currency,
Education, Department of Se:-
ence and Agriculture, Medical
Depertments, Barbados Regiment,
Public Works Department, Sub-
sidies and Grants, Miscellaneous
Services, Income Tax and Death
Duties, Airport and Housing
Board respectively.

The annexed Estimates dealing
with the Post Office were also
passed without comment.

Pefore the resolution was put
to the vote, on the motion of Mr
Crawford, Head XXIII,—Medi-
cal Departments—was recommit-
ted.

Mr. Crawford said that under
that head, provision was made [rr
the paying of expenses of sending
a nurse of the Barbados General
Hospital to Trinidad and for the
maintenance and treatment in a
sanatorium there. The nurse had
contracted a serious disease in the
execution of her duties at the
Barbados General Hospital.

Mr. Crawford wanted to know
if the nurse would still be draw-
ing her full salary

Dr. Cummins said that the
nurse would come under the head

of Civil Servants and therefore
the normal regulations will be
applied in her case.

Mr. Crawford said that the
illness would take some time
before the nurse would be well

again, and he did not think that
she would be on full pay during
the full length of her illness, _

He felt that the nurse should
be given her full salary during
her stay at the hospital and also
during the period of convales-
cence. He said that that should
hold good for any similar case.
The resolution was then passed.

Sea Island Cotton
Bill Passed

A Bill making. provision for
the importation into this island
of articles made of Sea Island
Cotton free of duty for a period
of one year was passed by the
House of Assembly yesterday.

Mr. M. E. Cox (L) who took
charge of the Bill referred hon-
ourable members to the objects
and reasons which stated that
the Bill sought to re-enact for a
further period of one year, pro-



visions similar to those contained
in the West Indian Sea Island
Cotton. (Exemption from duty)
Act 1947.



What’s On Today

Meeting, Chamber of Com-
merce at 2 p.m.

Mobi'e Cinema, Admiralty
Pasture, St. Philip, at
7.30 p.m.

Police Band Concert, St
Clement's Boys’ School
Pasture, St. Lucy ct 8
p.m.



would be made.

The House were discussing a
supplementary Resolution
$153,829. It was passed.

The Resolution was to supple-

ment the Estimates 1950--31
Part I. Capital, and is show in
the Supplementary Fstimte

1950—51 No. 19.

Dr. H. G. Cummins moved th:
passing of the Resolutiog,and Mr.
F. L. Walcott seconded.

Under the Head “Customs” Mr.
W. A. Crawford said thet when
some extension work was being
done on Seawell some years ago,
the result was that there was a
considerable amount $ef money
in circulation locally.

Now that one and a half mil-
lion dollars were being spent, so
much mechanical equipment was
being used, and so many of the
highest paig@ employees were being
imported from abroad, that the
money from the job circulated
here was almost infinitesimal, and
the circulation made hardly any
impact on local trade.

Mr. Crawford made the sugges-
tion that attention should be
paid to the possibility of inserting
in any contract under which the
work was to be done, clauses
which would ensure that the min-
imum amount of machinery was
used and the maximum amount
of loval labour—comparable cf
course with the economy in the
overall cost.

It was a matter for considerable
regret, Mr. Crawford said, that
provision had not been made to
ensure that more of the money
being expended on the Seawell
airport was not being circulated in
the colony.

Mr. R. G. Mapp (L) said that
while he did not see how it would
be practical to write into any terms
of a contract, that the minimum
of machinery should be used, es-
pecially as regards work like that
at Seawell, yet it was apparent
from the questions which had been
asked in the House and the com-
plaints which had been received
by members that there were many
loopholes in the contract for Sea-
well,

These would teach the House
and Government a lesson he said.

One of the loopholes in the
present contract was that which
allowed the firm doing the work
at Seawell to bring to the island
ever forty Trinidad workmen
or technicians without making
sure as to whether or not such
employees could be obtained
here.

Trinidad was the very colony
which had recently put a restric-
tion on workers enter:ng there to
compete with labour in that col-
ony.

They could only hope that in
future there would be no oppor-
tunity for a repetition of the mat-
ter complained of.

NoFairy Godmother
At Hastings House

@ From page 1.



itself with qualified West Indians.
This process will be made all the
easier, when the admirable prom-
ise of the University College of the
West Indies bears fruit.

Hasten Not Retard

I have tried to indicate the two
main directions in which “D. ana
W.” can meet definite needs in the
British West Indies of to-day
First, by offering a first-rate ad-
visory service in matiy technical

subjects, To name only a few of
these, there are agricultural,
health, education, engineering,

economics, and the technique of
bringing information to the people,
Second, by the provision of a cen-
tre for joint study, by representa-
tives of the West Indian Govern-
ments, of problems which affect
‘tthe prosperity and welfare ot
them all. You should be able to
measure our success in these two
directions when you read Sir
Hubert Rance’s report on the
Organization for the last three
years; and, I hope, the further re-
ports we shall issue in future
years. Incidentally, I think you
will be surprised to find how little
the Organization costs each year.

We are not at all apprehensive
of your verdict, except that we are

so few in number that there are
many jobs we have not been able
tot ckle. What Iam most anxious

for, myself, is that the West Indies
should recognise that we can give
sincere and disinterested service
in many cirections, and should
use us for all we are worth. We
are trying to hasten and not re-
tard, the day when all these things
we are now seeking to do will
be done by West Indians for the
West Indies,

for

ADVOCATE

£2,000
Loan
Asked

For Burial Grounds

The Legislative Council met at
2 p.m. yesterday, The following
messages from His Excellency
the Governor were received by
tre Council: —

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Nomination of Representatives
from Barbados to the Fourth
Session of the West Indian
Conference to be held in
Curacao.

Expression of appreciation by
the Government of Anticua
for the contribution from
Barbados towards the relief
of the suffering caused by
the recent hurricane in
Antigua

Invitation to the Senior Member
Presiding of the Legislative
Council to attend the opening
ceremony of the new Trini-
dad_ Legislative Council.

The H6n'ble the Acting Colonial

Secretary laid the following
documents: —

Documents

Report of the Commissioner 0
the Department of the Archi-

tect and Town Planning
Officer.
Report of the Harbour and

Shipping Department for tho
year 1949.

Statement showing Gross Cus
toms and Excise Receipts for

four months ended 81st July,
1950,

Barbados Blue Book 1946—47

Hon'ble G. B, Evelyn presented
a petition from the Vestry of the
parish of Christ Church praying
fur permission for the Vestry to
raise a loan of £1,950 to enable
the Sanitary Commissioners «{
that parish to purchase a refuse
collector,

Hon'ble V. C. Gale presented a
petition from the Vestry of the
Parish of St. Joseph asking for
permission to raise a loan not
exceeding £2,000 to enclose the
burial grounds of the parish
church and St. Ann’s Church in
that parish,

Hon'ble A, G, Gittens present:
a petition from the Vestry of the
Parish of Christ Church praying
permission for the Highway
Commissioners of that parish to
pay a gratuity to two of their
employees,

Travelling Allowance

Hon'ble A. G. Gittens, present
ed another petition from th:
Vestry of Christ Church prayin:
permission to pay travelling a!
lowance to the Inspector o
Highways,

The Council passed reso'ution
for the sum of $4,200 to supple-
ment the Estimates 1950—51, Pari
I Current, as shown in the Sup-
plementary Estimates 1950—81,
No. 23, which form the Schedule
to th's Resolution to approve \h»
Order entitled “The Civil Estab
lishment (General) (Amendment)
No, 8 Order, 1950 made by the
Governor-in-Executive Commit
tee on the 24th day of August,
1950, under the provisions of Sec-
tion 3 of the Civil Establishment
Act, 1949: for the sum of $3,805
to supplement the Estimates 1950..
51, Part II, Capital, as shown in
the Supplementary Estimate;
1950-51 No, 20, which form the
Schedu'e to this Resolution: for
the sum of $3,600 to supplement ,
the Estimates 1950—51. Part
I--Current, as shown in the Sup-
plementary Estimates 1950-61, No.
21, which form the Schedule to this
Resolution.

Anaesthetist |

Other resolutions passed were
those to authorise the Govern-
ment to enter into an agreement
with a person to serve in the
Barbados General Hospital in the
office of Anaesthetist: to fix, with
effect from the Ist October, 1950,
the air mail postage on letters,
postcards and airletter forms ad-
dressed to any destination set out
in column one of the Schedule
hereto, at the rate set out imme-
diately opposite such destination
in column two of the said sche-

dule: to fix, with effect from the
lst October, 1950, the air mail
postage rate on printed matter

(including books, commercial pa-
pers and newspapers) addressed
to Great Britain,

The Council passed bills to au-
thorise the Vestry of Saint An-
drew to borrow a sum not ex-
ceeding £1,000 for completing the

new roof of the parish Chureli
and for other matters: to incor
porate The Synagogue Burial

Grounds Committee: Bill to amen |
the Christ Church Parish Loan
Act, 1948.

The Council postponed consid-
reation of a bill to amend the
Colonial Treasurer’s Act, 1891.

The Council adjourned sine die.



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Legislators
Invited To

Opening —
OF T'DAD LEG. CO.

The Government
has invited the senior membe:
of the Legislative (Council in
the absence of His Honour the|
President, and the Deputy}
Speaker of the House of Assem-
bly in the absence of His!
Honour the Speaker, to the!
opening ceremony on _ Frida
October 20 of the Legislatiy
Council of Trinidad and Tobag> |
appointed under the new Trin -|}
dad and Tobago Constitution

of Trinida.)

This was revealed to the men
bers of the Legislative Counc
yesterday in a message fron.,
His Excellency the Governor ani)
later in the afternoon to the
House of Assembly in a similar

The message stated that th
Government of Trinidad wou!’
be pleased to pay all hotel ex

|

penses but regretted that it |
could not meet the cost of;
passages. |
Supplementary Estimates Y |

meet the cost of the latter woul
be submitted to the Legislature
the message stated.

Wild Cotton
Spoils Market

Native wild cotton is the ordin
ary Barbados cotton of many
years ago, It has a staple of only
5/8 of an inch long and is of little
value, Mr. A. de L, Inniss, Man-
aging Director of the Barbado
Co-operative Cotton Factory Ltd.,
told the “Advocate” yesterday.







A bill to provide for the eradi-
cation of this native wild cotton
was passed yesterday by the
House of Assembly with an
amendment made by the Legisla-
tive Council,

Mr, Inniss said that if this wild
cotton gets mixed with the super-
fine sea island cotton lint which
has a staple of 2% inches, every-
thing points to the fact that when
it arrives in England and it is
found that our sea island cotton is
mixed with this indigenous stuff,
it may be rejected.

In the past, under the present
Act, this cotton could only be con-
trolled during the closed season of
two months. An amendment to
the Act however provides that the
Director of Agriculture and his
staff will have the power to des-
troy it at any time and wherever
it is found,

The native wild cotton is used
for the stuffing of cushions where-
as the sea island cotton is used
for making some of the finest
goods produced in the world,

At present,.an offer of 5s, a
pound lint has been made for
the 1951 crop.



BRINGS FLOUR

Some 3,378 bags of flour
arrived in the island from New
York yesterday by the S.S. “Byf-
jord.”

The shipment was consigned to
Messrs, Robert Thom Ltd.
Messrs, Da Costa & Co., Ltd.

The “Byfjord” also brought 470
sacks of oats and supplies of bran,
peared pork, foodstuffs and cloth-
ng.
It sailed last night for St, Vin-
cent,

A cargo of cocoanuts, plantains
fresh

and



tvROn

fruit, charcoal and coconut

oil arrived from St. Lucia yester- | %
day by the motor vessel “Lady st
Joy.” &

Also arriving was the “Gardenie |@
W”" which brought from Trinidac s
supplies of fibre, fresh fruit and %
other general cargo. o



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This “‘inside - outside” action
continues for hours during
sleep. Usually, by morning,
the worst of the cold is over.

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Theres a

SLSECO Paint foz every
i pose os

SISSONS BROTHERS

COMPANY, LTO.,
wee & LOND ON met
SESCO PAINTS—Stocked by T. Herbert
Ltd., Plantations Ltd., Carter & Co; Bar-
bandos Co-operative Cotton Factory, N.
B. Howell, G. W. Hutchinson & Co.,
Ltd., T. J, Sealy, Central Foundry Lt,
Watkins & Co., C. S. Pitcher & Cn,
Ltd,, Manning & Co., Ltd. and ‘The
Barbados Hardware Co., Ltd



He Lest the Painsinhis Arms’

No wonder this man dreaded
going to work, for rheumatic
pains in his arms made it torture
to use them. Yet to-day he feels
fitter than ever and work is @
pleasure, as he tells in his letter :

“IT had been suffering from
rheumatism very badly and had
such pains in my arms I scarcely
knew how to use them. Then I
was told to try Kruschen Salts,
and after using one bottle 1
found relief. So, of course, I have
kept on with it, am now thor-
oughly better and have never felt
so fit for years. I used to feel
miserable and sluggish, but now
it is a pleasure to work instead
of a dread.""—S.B,

The pains and stiffness of
rheumatism are usually caused
by deposits of excess uric acid in
the muscles and joints. Kruschen
stimulates the kidneys and other
intestinal organs to regular
healthy action so that all the
excess uric acid is expelled
through the natural channels.
When that goes, aches and pains
go too. Freshness and vigour
are restored.

If you are troubled with rheu-
matism, give Kruschen a trial
yourself. You can get it from
all Chemists and Stores.



And She Applies - - -
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> Because Sacrool Conquers

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On Sale at - - -

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LASSIFIED ADS. -PUHEC SALES _| EDUCATIONAL SPyeRRneryT, WOTICE | THE FACTS ABOUT FRESHER BREATH































































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TELEPHONE 2508 REAL ESTATE aac : rnesaeiins
a dias : ©: OR KENT i EGE SALE OF CRAFT, MACHINERY ETC. AT H.M,. DOCKYARD, | Qe yes r
y i ' Peter. Conteinir QUEEN Ss COLL BERMUDA ond . y e ; Tooth Pr ‘ 4
Y ~ 12 ion rooms, 14 bedrooms — i .
THANKS PUERLIC NOTICES Stantine on some l'seres; ENTRANCE EXAMINATIONS re
; . 5 ; y timber lands Apply _ to 1950 Following the decision to close H.M. Dockyard in Bermuda, a i ot
THE relatives of M Miriam Ger- Bradshaw & Company 10. 10.50—3n : 2 : In scientific tests, more than 90% of cases
tue Gelerave. isis Prospect, Saint SPANISH TUITION . Ps number of vessels, including tugs, tenders, barges and other mis- Of shines Ged laid odae Osea ek :
‘un aavended Clas Sent wreak ‘ 2 BES and out wale}? wee ae Eaince Bxatanation win} Cellaneous small boats and a considerable amount of machinery and Sait Sel ao ee he ties ™~ ;
who altende t iv a emt r 3 dee . tandir r ores a in ui . . ute at f ¢ i ein »
rds and letiess or my orer we PERSONS desirous of acquiring © Christ Church, and dwelling house stand- be closed on the 13th of October,| equipment are to be sold in Bermuda. Purehase will be on a tender oe a Sees ee ith a, single
expressed sympathy with thern in the goa) foundation Pio Spanish or of reach- ing on 7 acres of land at Enterprise, 1950 = eee ae will be besle. at te sidered that the vessels and machinery available are brushing of LASTERINE VOU TH PAS. Lr!
bereavement 2 , Christ Church, adjoinin the abeve received after 2 oe r oom ‘ r
ERC AMORY oe a re entioned premises. . , Forms can be ee aap the! too numerous and varied fo sell in Bermuda alone. EXCLUSIVE LUSTERFOAM ACTION
>HGE BEL ; 8 “2 S aps 7 bs sentt Sec r s 1 ; ; ; ‘ -
; ny GRAVE ' tl oeeaG Pee ean te thet ee es Ag re ee OP 2. This floating stock is listed in a schedule which is available , AND NEW MINTY FLAVOUR!
VIVIAN, RANG 14.40.50--2 |. Enquire on Premises 5. 10.50—6n: Queen's College will pe Wo ‘s0} to interested persons for perusal at the Colonial Secretary's Office, Buy New LISTERIN® TOOTH PASTE tec»
a pS setae hilt aieseenibitists ne mber, , Posh aahl a " oe
oly —_—_—— “GLENCOE,” Corner of Kensington a.m. Candidates must pranets Barbados. ages ee ae ao t —
WE the udersigned beg to retyrn New Road. Fontabelle. The House con- themselves at Queen’s -- y 7.10.50—2n. re ouger with exclusive Lusterioam Acuous
thanks te all those who sent ‘Cards, NOTICE tains 1 Closed Gallery, 1 Drawing and 9. a.m., accompanied by Testi-
Wreaths, and sympathised with . us’-1t Dining Room, 2 Bedrooms, Kitchenette, monials from their former Hegd-
our sad bereavement caused by the THE PARISH OF ST. PETER Toilet and Bath. 6,200 sq. ft. of land mistresses 5.10.50-3n | ex
th of k Burrows. The Parochial Treesurér’s Office wit There are several Coconut and Bread ae
ary «wife) Cora Bonnet] pe closed on Thursday, 12th October mora mths yard, cp 3 UR ee eee oa |
enter Constance James “(Sicver Signed G. S. CORBIN Dial #412 8.10 50-3 .
S.A.: Florences Nicholls (Mother-in. Parochial Treasurer's Offic
law) 10.10. 50—2n HOUSE One board and = Shingled
(U.S.A. Papers Please Copy! ‘eR es ~ house in very good condition f. byw




Notice re Entrance Examinations for




























































































5 ‘i ‘ we — : : 4 te, . Lu a wont
31.10, 50- In by, 10 fi Cost nob g 2 bedre and Examinations for Scholarships ROYAL NETHERLANDS,...-0°”0°00000-—-—07-777 iY y
Se ICE nd drawing room ete. House put (o a Vestry Exhibitions AL NETHERLAN co Ue _|— a rete nore
IN MEMORIAM ae St. James. May be seen by sppiving, t] yoli SOY examinations, for entegnce. in ¥ DS | |) === = : :
James. 3 y see xy applying to 95 we 1s S. ars ana Sti i s
exc SYee, ovine memory et EDGAR} THE Tea-Room and Library of the MRS. DRESSED BRATHWAITE. on the Berea on oa, ons Oe Cree Oo STEAMSHIP CO. M.V. T, B. Radar For St Stiff joints? Aches? Sprains?
Mc INZIE GREEN Beloved husbin yomen's Se elp ssoclalion w ¢ Spo For terms and conditions of sale 3 1 4 > Lucia, St. Vincent, Grenada and .
znd father who passed away on Oct->er | opening om Monday 16th October. Com | app\> GILBERT MILLAR, Fitts Vi 2 err ee aeiaee oS ae 7 SAILING FROM AMSTERDAM Aruba, Date of Sailing to be Just apply Sloan’s Liniment lightly
lith, 1947 signors of cakes and preserves are 11.10.50 or Wa ohaes 950: “+1 bn Sat ROTTERDAM AND ANTWER,- Notified
Make him to be numbered with Sy] asked to send in their goods on the | i Or over, On July Siat; 1060; anGlme. forte 2 2 Mersiliaâ„¢ Sept. seth: 9th, Ges,
morning of the 16th 10.10.50-—-6n. | HOUSE in Hélt Fort. |S WENO esaciant, — ea re, fOr) org M.V. Caribbee For Dominica
——— - Lucy. 18 x 10 — 8 ins Pine right] * s. ‘Babenth and Guardian wine wish SAILING FROM AMSTERDAM Antigua: St. Kitts Nevis ant |!
, hrough. Ar Charles Skinner, §] their daughters or wards to sit this & DOVER Montserrat, Sailing on the 20th |)
« NOTICE Men’s Road Peter 1110 s0-an_ | &=8™mination, and have not already filea sania eae September 15th October 1950 j
7. in application forms are advised to G TO TRINIDAD, PARAMARLBO , '
2 * . ae ie i ——-—-— abtain then the He stron M.V. Dnerwood For St. Vin
IN loving memory of THEODORA The COTTAGE GIFT SHOP Are | IN Plymouth, MONTSERRAT, B.W.1. | Obtain them from, the Headmistress tiene bee cent; St. Lucia: Grenada ana |]
MATILDA MOORE late of salters, St. | having their CHRISTMAS opening 0” | (4, £3,500 soon as possible hese forms must ms. “Helena” Sept 2ist. Aruba, Date of Sailing to be
George, who passed o the Great} Friday, 13th October’ next from ly COCONUT HILL HOTEL containing returned to the Headmistress not loter s.s Bonaire” Oct. 3rd. Notified
Beyond on Oct. 1 rm, to 6.30 p.m. Crackers, Xmas [re drawing Ahan. > ate a voor tl bade then We eg ay. pore ag ee 3 a SAILING TO MADEIRA, PLYMOUTH,
She was lovir all her | decorations, children’s annuals, and | pon " mele toh nity accompanied Dy a B © oe ANTWERP AND AMSTERDAM 7
1e was loving : toys, Also a very good stléction af. nt- | Toms 4 ghathrooms, | kitchen, pantry certificate, and » short ena omt ins. “Willemstad” Sept. 19th. BW.L, Schooner Owners
Upright and just to the end of her] tractive and useful gifts.” ft ed, and with Hinen, china, cutlery | <'e "ead, Of the senges see ne m.s. “Oranjestad” Oct. 17th. Asso, (Inc). 1 ,
da 1.10.50 etc, Situated. in own grounds of '@ ecres, | [7% sttended, ‘stating. henaney en a \Limited passenger —_ aceommod \tion Tel. No. 4047 . Yor will feet Stonn's doing you
Sincere and true in, heart and mina | —-————— smn For further particulars apply Paui} “"@ aN of sibsesaful earlobe: available on this vessel). 2 . good at once. It acts quic’ ly —
\ na â„¢ mors s} 5 7 | Holle > itse: ir a : He - -
Wha a wonderful “memor eh OTICE | Hollender, Montserrat : will be published in this newspaper on 8. P. MUSSON, SON & CO, L” ®. - soothes and comforts and drives
Be 3 ARS RE Aptlicatiota for 4 Vestry 10.10.50—-6n. | Friday, Dec. Ist, ARENTS out all inflammation
(4 ee ee) See ae eeey 2 Girls at St, Michael's ¢ Soe miereetre prenren 4. Parents or Guardians of success- wee .
Loved and respected «wherever she] 5g 0 for Boys at the | *LYNSTED—Newly built Bungalow valdat bet ;
t gags . ir en ¢ ¥} ful candidates will be interviewed, at .
ie imei as ee School, will | be Se y Gardens ¢ anding on 18,185] 44. school on Thursday, Dec. ath’ at . LOOK FOR THE PICTURE OF DR. SLOAN ON THE PACKET.
» ee "ang Sot oo Mn?) later than 20th | Sear t lar ; : ne
She ae me, One ved, every one's Parents of applicants must be parish- to Reverend W. E. Dash ea 11.10, 6)—4n HA I I
cries Pe : ioners in straightened circumstance ion any day from 4—6 p.m. ex- neem
eer er saat an children E§-] Ages of applicants between 11 and 12 Sundays. Telephone No. 2927
nonte; ert; abel; Daphn year 7.10, 50—4n
31.10.50--1In . ; t 3 1G ~_
W. U. GOODING ,
ate. ieee ens Pawcnisl eames, | LANG ot of Land in King’s YOU Rw«+ 5
FOR SALE St. Philip. | Villaze, St Approx 3.000 Sa pede) OUTWARD F 20M THE UNITED KINGDOM From all chemists and stores. x
11.10.50—¢€ Fi. App to Mr \ Olton esper a ee ree errs
pas a a al eet = : ci Cot, Whitepark Road COMPL
AUTOMOTI NOTICE : poe 11, 10.50-—n an ornament of beauty! And Vessel From Leaves antes 5
VE APPLICATIONS (accompanied by bap- | LAND—Approximately 1. acre ot | | when your face is disfigured by . “GEOLOGIST” Liverpool 30th t. 14th Oct
CAR Tom V-S Super Deluxe, in) “Amal certificate) will be received va, | iand suitable for building at Rockley pustules, red spots, a rugged S.S. eo DCHEST’ $ to rion 10th oer : orth Oct,
ron eee ee my office up to 3 p.m. on Frids th i new Road (ear Gol } A ote ki iration etc.,then it is s.s.* a ee ndon. 2 ct. *
very good condition. Cash or terms > » 5 one . 7 a 7Olf Club). Apply skin. persps ’ or , j 7 :
G. W. Hope C/o Water Works Office} October, 1950, for one on more vacar | Sydney Lashley, Lashleys' Limited time co try the B.S. “OREGON STAR” Liverpool 20th Oct. 5th Nov. Try just :
or Telephone 3988. anh Ginn’ Poa | 7.10,50—4n delightful PUROL §.S. “BEDFORD EARL”. London, 25th Oct. 16th Nov. %
19.10.50—Sn. |" Appucants mus be daughters ot | “neat HAVENGGeorme StresO Belle. | h ROWOEE baries S.S. “SETTLER” .. | .. Liverpool & i}
CAR LFord Prefect 1047, good con.) Parishioners in straightened cireumstan-| ville, Opposite 7th Avenue. Inspection such effective hea lasgow, 28th Oct. 11th Nov.
shin tere face ae me | ces, and must not be less than t ee day except Sunday by appointment ling proporties by
: : years six months or more than twelve] piai 3 4 $ i com-
reasonable offer refused. “ABpIY Capt: | Seats St @e"aite ot ane’ examination, | Dist aos, eogoan. Rane ae HOMEWARD FOR THE UNITED KINGDOM
ress i Candidates must present themselves The undersigned will set fi le s ws
6.10.50—T.F.N.| for examination to the Headmistress ai] at their. OMce, No. 17 High Street, t | preciating a 4 Vessel For Closes in Barbados
the Girls’ Foundation School on Frida Bridgetown, on Friday the 13th day of Bay = complex . . . ‘
MECHANICAL 27th October at ) a.m October, at’ 2 p.m. : | raat tees | ought always to S.S. “MOONCREST"” .. London 10th October.
Application forms must be 6Sbtainec The Messuage or Dwellinghouse stand- ‘

have a tin of

One hand operated BACON SLICING | from my office ing -on 1,873 square feet of land at




















Bele Agents
Lears, St. Michael rishioners in atraitened circumstances | | LADY RODNEY .. .. .. 13 Get. 16 Oct, 18 Get, 27 Oct. 28 Oct ew. é
15.10.50—6n. 9 snd must not be less than eight (#) not FURNITURE REMOVED WITH | CANADIAN CRUISER .. .. 23 Oct. 27 Oct. —' 1 Nov. (7 Nov. =
-—_———-——-————-——<<««=—<— ‘+= I more than twelve (12) years of age on
MISCELLANEOUS Bist 1951, to be proved by

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LADY NELSON ., o« +» 2 Nov. 4 Nov, @ Nov. 15 Nov. 16 Nov





Lid } d For further information apply to— :
MACHINE. Apply B. V. Scott & Co., WOOD GODDARD }Upper Roebuck Street, above the Mora- Seas wi mar dane ves
Ltd., Whitepark 13.9 .50—t.f.n. Clerk of the Vestry | vian. Chapel. ‘ relie
2 i . — Christ Church. | panspection a on application to Mr sing table. DA COSTA & co.; LTD.—Agents Heartburn, Nausea
11.10.50—5n raneh, a he Joiner’s Shop opposite, Stomach i

ELECTRICAL Iepehsaeiniaieatpiasiapi cinta ct tiie See ; any day except Sunday. , Pains due to

-— =—_ \ oan ar particulars and conditions Indigestion, ie &
REFRIGERATOR Five Cub. foot of sale apply toi— e s e today ut
cae Sawer eae ce ys ee ee nadian National Steamships |, #33%,6.435
Owner moving to non Electric area, 5 Applications for one or more vacant 5.10.50.—8n. MACLEAN BRAND
G. Ward, Lears, St. Michael St. Michael's Vestry Exhibitions at tne 2 At all leading bry hs eddy case of j STOMACH POWDER
15.10.50-—n § St. Michael's Girls’ School, will pe| * need apply to. H. P. Cheesman & Co, .
hore received by the Clerk of the Vestry up| : Lid., Middle Street, dial 5332. SOUTHBOUND Montreal allt Boston earbages, hivbnere wise ths pigastuce | = “
. ELY ry E r © 4 o'clock p.m. on Friday lath Octo- an ScoV. a Halifax hades ALEX. C. MA‘ . i , “
ron. 85.00 almost new. Owner movin @ ser 1950 3 , ,
to Non Electric area. S. G. WARE "Candidates must be the daughters of | CANADIAN CHALLENGER . 27 Sept. 30 Sept. a 14 Oct 10 Oy.
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the aist July, : nr TO-DAY'S NEWS FLASH
—$——— ee | Bertions) Cortificate which must eccom- NORTHBOUND Arrives Sails Arrives Arrives Arrives Arrives .
ANTIQUES — OF even? desorption py ED nets-| in Hours ee Barbados Barbados ‘Beston ‘Halifax Montreal St. Jobo posits’ BAKERY ACG 3
vlass, na, © ewels fine Silver ac —
, . . fed of the time when and the place @ Nov. ws) oni
Watercolours. Barly Pooks, Maps. Auto-] where the Examination will be held Sufterece dros: legbvoh aitin: nelson ee LADY RODNEY .. ve 38" as pe ee = oe ee Plastic Drinking Glasses for ~
udjoitting Royal Yacht Club, |, Forms of application can be obtamed | ness, weak body, impure blood, falling LADY NETSON No, Me ON , School Children Table Trough, Pans,
. ’ 3.9.50—t.f.n, | {POM the Vestry Clerk’s Office. | memory, and who are old and worn-out Boxing Gloves $15.00 Sheets, Glass Cases and
po tee ge ee BY ORDER, vefore their tlme will be delighted to learn A lots of other Items,
BUCKL COUGH MIXTU = E. C. REDMAN, of a new gland discovery by an American —Set of 4
Tor Tntenss, ‘Goushs, Colds = ‘Tey a ad ec Cp st ta a 1 a ‘aie N.B.--Subject to change without notice, 4{° veisels Asted with cold storage chare House Construction Sets Apply to - - -
Buckley's Cough Mixture, Noel Roach] __ en toute end: aaa fentine eaeone th ane bers, Passenger Fares ani freiab! -ee on to Locks, Hasps, Staples y
& Sons, Speightstown 10.10,50—2n pee et q i



pana e aia | glands and body, to build rich, pure blood,

JOS. ST. HELL
For that bright smile a use ‘“Ster- NOTICE to strengthen your mind and memory and Extra care taken of Furniture GARDINER AUSTIN & Co., LTD. — Agents. at CLAPHAM LAND,

feel like a new man in only 8 days. In fact,











































































lila" Tooth Paste as it cleans and ri this discovery which is a home medicine in SAROVERs Sikervini a ee JUMUNSON’S STATIONERY Flag a Road.
polishes your Teeth Price 1/6 tube Re Estate of pleasant, easy-to-take tablet form, does *ersonal Supervision red An uu Michael.
KNIGHT'S. Ltd GILFORD DUDLEY MOORE Away with fland operations and bogins to Estimate freely given, Dial 3309 CIE GIE T SATLANTI UE 4 ARDWARE 10,10,50,—2n.
1.10,50—3n. a et, new Vigour and energy ours, rR A N
EEE NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that all yet it is ‘absolutely harmless and natural in | BARBADOS FURNITURE REMOVER “ le ° Q 4 hi

Ferrodic Iron Granules is a choco-} persons having any debt or claim against “SOR. Codrington, Britton’s XK Rd 555 GDOSSSSGSOODOADAAE ED =>
late-flavoured Iron Tonic, The gran-| ‘he Estate of Gilford Dudley Moore de- | The success of this amazing discovery. French Line Se eT ere ;
ues may be taken dry or they may] ceased late of Henry's Lane in the parish fa teat iene ecike eee at ——— | Ps :
be made into a sandwich, with thin] of Saint Michael in this Island who i on nt ake ee mane ‘ | ‘ = ea ma ‘
ices of bread and butter. Price 3/6| on the 10th day of April 1950, inte penars stare under ® gudrantes Pr ates || foR YOUR INSURANCE SS “GASCOGNE” Sailing to TRINIDAD on the 15th, |

KNIGHT'S Ltd are requested, to send in particul oot Order VidT abe shade inne Wau fonltunat | NEEDS — CONSULT \| September, 1950 | .
11.10.50—a3n.| their claims duly attested to the under- | yjeour ¢ nae a . . 9 a ' ‘i
| signed Ernest Beresford Marshall, c/o | yiZour and energy and from 10 to 20 years ||) ANDREW D. SHEPPARD Mae) al FARE $25.00 B.W.L. Cy.

GENTS GOLD CUFF LINKS Alex | Messrs Haynes & Griffith, No. 2 Swan | hackage and get your inoney back, A spe, |! Representing SS . ‘sASCOGNE Sailing to Martinique, Guadaloupe k
loarar velle ane Stree tar sito i “ * } Contederation Life Association LYMOUTH d LE HAVRE on y
Yearwood, Jeweller, Bolton Lane Street, oe shed ey! oa polar ‘cial, double-strength bottle of 48 Vi-Tabs | Cr Bb ARMSTRONG LID P an

on or before the 30th day o: ovember oe costs little and the }/ Cr , “ <
cee iad eatimettimapl 1950, after which date I shall proceed to Vi-Tabs guarantee protects |f =hIDGETOWM 3ARBADOS. the 21st September, 1950. :

MRS WILKINSON he received} distribute the assets of the deceased | you Tel. 2840 "
CRACKERS, CHRISTMAS | DECORA-| among the parties entiled thereto having | Restores Manhood and Vitality |) __ in For further particulars, apply to:— ;
TIONS, NOVELTIES; TOYS, for the| regard only to se claims ot lies Ij = = —- ren np Loo 4
Annaial Bazaar. Please help the Old lt then have had notice and I will not | 4
Ladies’ Home by making your Christ- liable for the assets or amy part | R. M. JONES & CO, LTD.—Agents. ,
mas purehases at the BAZAAR thereof so distributed to any person’ of | %

11.10.50—3n. ! whose debt or claim I shall not then have | eee eee - _' ‘
ite Fe sek pb ecinbdneeredrensss—eine RE SHEN . ‘ | ———

Owing to an overstock of ‘“Anzora”™ And all persons indebted to the said | rae i Soe tee J) 3
Viola we have reduced the large size met teiokie ee ee their in- = onatiiaaemniath feoeed r
r 54c 2 2 Z fror ebte ss W \ |
from, B86 to dae and the small from) "Dated this Sth day of September, 1950, | . " 3 :

E KNIGHT'S Ltd ERNEST BERESFORD MARSHALL, | ? SUPERB! ,
11.10.50-—an, | Qualified Administrator of the Estate of | ‘ ‘
en Gilford Dudley Moore, deceased. e
aoe SS SGEn. atkaan tr ks ceed 5 7 ,
PAINTING SET — Electric : fom pet GOODS! = (Articulos) } BUILDING NEEDS
Painting set. Good condition 0 yn | y say when R 8 JEWELLERY ; .
Owner moving to non Electric area, S hey see CUROIS, ; ;
G. WARD, Lears. St Mees WANTED | . oe HE NEW GAS COOKERS SILKS, (Se Habla Espanol) AND
.10.50—3n. hey are just right
— ELECTRICAL , *“e
NECKLETS — 9 ct. Gold Necklets. HELP | a ’ ‘ FOR THE H .
r r : OME THAT PREFERS
Alex Yearwood. Jeweller, Bolton Lane |
; 11,10, 50—In ACCESSORIES EST



THE Bi
(NS staan i ONE ONLY LEFT Pr. Wm, Hry. St. DIAL 3466
WATCHES Ladies and Gents 15 “AN EXPERIENCED CASHIER re- rey

Jewel Watches, Alex Yearwood (Jewel-| quired, Please apply in writing to | ‘ « aaa
Scott & Co. Ltd. Do not send |

ler, Bolton Lane 8.10..50—2n a.

; <= | originis textimoninls unless subsequentiy | Ff SSSR SSS SSIS) | $ Pay a visit to our NEW PREMISES
Ve have in stock “Seito” Jental| requested.”" ¥ i L
1 A Wide Range of really High Quality CHEC

Salts which ensures sound Teeth and 10.10.50—T.F.N ; CORNER f SWAN LUCAS
ELECTRICAL "WIRING K UP ON THESE AND ORDER. wR r STREETS.















healthy gums. Price 47c bot
: KNIGHT'S Ltd

11,10.50—3n PERSONAL



























apis sas “i —_____. ACCESSORIES .
24 G. GALVANIZED CORRUGATED at Reasonable Prices aa r Y
SHEETS — Prime quality 7 ft. $3.21 — ; " . i 5
B ft $3.00 -- 0 ff. 96.08 per :siicet. Ce vamned again Included in the TENBY RANGE ARE Apricots—Pears—Angostura Bitiers—Royal Baking Powder—

tainable from HARRISON'S HARD WATE | giving credit to my Wife OLGA DOREEN | WIRING CLIPS Peak Frean Biscuits Lea & Perin Sauce — Beet Root — Tins 1
Store. Broad St Cee ae ee Ce ee ka Yearwood) sai do. not ; de Roast Beef—Ridgway Coffee—Currants——Dalton's Essence — BARBADOS HARDWARE (0 LTD
ENT hala’ mynelt ‘reeponsible for per or aAy2 CELLING ROSES Fish Cakes—Max Chewing Gum—Tinned Hams—2 lb.—5 1b. . .
For R Sore cette io, rite toe JUNCTION BOXES Orange Juice—Grape Fruit Juice -P'apple duice-Orange. &
i a al ae ae eel eet QTR BARB Ge id : j for Rubber and Lead Covered Cable yore Rratt Juice — Tomato Juice — Jelly Crystals — Nutritia LF ALLL 0 GOCCCOW SE OVOVOAONOS
APARTMENT — At Coral Sands Signed SAMUEL V. ASHBY, = | ; : ilk-—Ovaltine—Olive Oil in Tins—Mazawattee Tea—Assort- |
Worthing, one fully furnished apart- 14 Swan Street dos and a wide variety of a ment of Toilet Soaps 7 ‘$ 1
ment, 3 bedrooms, silver and linen, Bor PERN ERTS : WITCHES — YOUNGER'S e est fe
Sars Pa ee a cae rs 7ER'S MILK STOUT. ::: CREAM OF WHEAT Th B STOVE
tashiey._W0 "| aa public are hereby warned axaine . . SOCKET-OUTLETS: ; 5 0 own
HOUSE LASACETA — Brighton, On| giving any credit to my _ wife 7 2 7 i. ~ : ci f D
Sea Pro! 8 e 1950, $40.00 per] DOLYN MEDFORD (nee Williams) as 1} ( JHN
eerie noni 16 SAS A TUDOR Ltd do not hold myself responsible for her Write for Details and Export Terms e TAYLOR & SONS LTD.



Roebuck St 10.10. 50- or anyone else contracting anys debt or;

debts in my neme unless by a written |

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sepasccihi iso biting ainahiiectbe abipremapnie PSF BSS SSS SSS SSN |
HEATHFIELD On the Crane Coas order signed. by me Se eee ctaadehetetdiindiim=undtanadipes - a
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Louis’ Admirers

Are Shedding Tears ..

Ky Lawton Carver

AMONG SOME boxing
papers there seems to be cc
the defeat of Joe Louis by
a fortnight ago.

Why people should mourn the
way they are doing about the way
the Gizzard pulverised the once-
great heavyweight champion is 9
puzzle in these immediate pre-
cinets.

Sure it was a little cad to see
Louis thus pass from the scen
like the washed-up stumblebum
that he was, but he personall,
elected to go that way for money

Anything as mercenary as
prize-fight should not cause th
POpulace to become unduly upset

is needed some ready cash, a
who doesn’t but had the good for
tune to be born for the fighting
business and discovered by Mik¢
Jacobs.

For Pteasure
rest of us n=ver get ever |
and at some time or other per-
haps took a beating for pleasure
and still owed our income taxes
Louls got a few whacks in the nose
and staved off Uncle Samuel for a
while longer.

Unless a sports writer is ex-
tremely careful he can let senti-
ment get him tied up all in knots
in @ case of this kind where Louis
the great of the present generation
finally was carted away like any
ordinary stumblebum.

The fact is that he got paix
better than a hundred thousanc
dollars. Many of our deares
friends take worse beatings in life
and wind up worse off.

Made By Jacobs

Louis was made by Mike Jacobs
and vice versa, and when thc
former heavyweight champior
finally decided to come out o
retirement for a day, the
ballyhoo of old was going for him
That he couldn’t make it was un
fortunate but not occasion for :

flood of sonra,

He shouldn’t have come back i:
the first place. Those who ppic
et to wateh hin: will agree t

at was the price for ringsid
seats—$30,00—on that Wednesda:
night for a fight that was no figh,
at all. The people got thei:
money’s worth from the standpoin'
that they can always say they saw
Louis make his last stand.

But they helped also to pay hi:
back income taxes when surely
some among them faced the same

problem. Louis is not the only

citizen with income tax problems
no matter what you have been
reading.

Lucky

He just happens to be lucky
enough to square his by accepting:
a uae in the er

punch in the nose is
his profesalon or business, and it
so ages that the rate of pay for
suc) considerably greater than
for following some other line of
endeavour.

The average citizen hocks per-
sonal belongings or goes to jail to
get even with Mr. Whiskers. All
Louis had to do was belt and
got belted for 45 minutes.

I may be wrong, but it seems
to me he had an easy way out
because of his peculiar profession
as a prize fighter.

In any case, I ain’t weeping
for him.

—INS.



Al Browne Beats
Singh, B.G. Champ

(From Our Own Correspondent)

GEORGETOWN, Oct. 10.

Under the floodlights at the
G.F.C. ground Monday night.
Dewan Singh, B.G.'s Lightweight
Champion suffered a_ technical

by Al Browne, Feather-
weight Champion, inside 20 secs.
of the second round of a 10-
rounder, before a large yelling
crowd some roaring disapproval.

The East India idol, who was
completely confused with the
speed and punching style of
Browne, was no match for the
accurate one—two artillery of the
Featherweight king.

Singh came out fighting in the
second round, but the end came
sudden. Singh missed with a ter-
rific right and while slightly off
balanced Browne connected with a
short right which floored Singh.
He tried to get up twice but as
Browne ran in to deliver the
coup de grace Singh rested his
gloves on the canvas.

Referee Tom Wheating called
an end to the fight with more
than 90 seconds to go.

It was the first time Singh suf-
fered a kayoe in his professional
career.

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RAJKOT, Western India, “Buzz” Visits Bryan

Oct, 10
The Commonwealth touring (From Our Own Correspondent)
PORT-OF-SPAIN

cricketers to-day dismissed Sau-

rahtra here for 189 and in reply! Mr. Tubal Uriah Butler, “Chief

sdored 108 for four wickets before | Servant”, and Bible-carrying head

stumps were drawn for the close|of the Butler Home Rule Party,

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—Reuter. re-elected member of the Legis-









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Reports of kidnapping of|has extendéd an invitation to all
children in Trinidad are becoming] successful election candidates te
en school, and one head- -
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"BLUE" BABY DIES
(From Our Own Correspondent)

Port-of-Spain yesterday.
Mr. Bryan admitted having an
(From Our Own Correspondent) anything to the Press,

PORT-OF-SPAIN. It is rey ed that Mr. Butler
frequent. Several parents are] attend a meeting at his office in
now escorting their children to} Port-of-Spain today.
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man came out of the woods and; parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph

tried to lure them by offering Port-of-Spain, tc}
them sweets. The children did
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Knowles, of

as the man chased us’, they said.| ducing cyanosis, and was to under
They eventually reached the home|go an emergency operation in
of Mr. Parisam, a proprietor in{Canada. She was the only child
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\vrn\i>n\Y OCTOBER 11, iso BARHUMK ADVOCATE PACE FIVE Chelsea^ibke* GOOD WISHES Over t^Sx.A. Headquarters T ran //•. SPEAKER Members of the House of Assembly si their meeting Mffar* *THI. OLD V M < A Meadlay. npfMWrl ihe wish thai the 1 Kb Ronow Mi K N Hushartds and his wife will Thej are altering ttw •* %  •• %  '•aie Wmi to England I pleasant time while thenIn Station. The Sjieaker was In Ihe Chair Win 11 this u completed ihe """ ">c last lime before starting large laua al the .rear *f Ihe " ta-irip tor the United Kingbuilding, which was formerh ,lom "here he and his witv ..ill used as the Y.M.C.A playlWld. allend the opening ceremony of will be turned into a parking area 'he n w House of Commons nMoraHi can leave their ** r C. H. Adanu said: Now %  kl at work in th cit3 or that Y 0 *"" Honour is about to leave on a visit. Us. I would like to wish you and The Chelsea Garage Store. * ur wlie on hehalf of Ihe memwhich wan situated in the D M '* n ot ,h House, a.safe voyage Simpson building at Trafalgar and *" interesting inr in EngStu.t has already been removed limd t< Pinfold Street and \s now hous u bound to ba interesting <-cf in the section her* Scout ,tom ln historical ceremonial meetings and debate* were once P 0 "" of vww and ho P* ln oln held respects. I hope you will come The SerW Station will'be at **** refreshed as when you the front to Pinfold Street and rWurr, I rom the United Kingtheif will be two drive ways The dom on the lmsI occ,uUon hd that floor will bo concreted Office* vou Wl * *Prd "* years to will be on the second storey and pr M,d R v r ** *"""' of thi the .ash desk for gas and oil on a $153,000 MORE £2,000 FOR SEAWELL Loan Asked "SOME members of the Mouse of Assembly jri lid have bMH son 1 -' provlslon In thi %  Seawell, t. the era i| mme local labour. They hoped that in Ihe granting oi any lurther contract of a similar nature. such provision would be made. Mr. A Oder Complains The House were discussing .1 "upplementarv Resolution for $153,829 11 was passed The Resolution *KJ mant the Estimate-Part I. Capital, and is show %  < %  the Supplemerturi F I No 10 IMaV-M Dr. H. G CaausUii. gfeoead ft %  ancient Houst %  j *.Mill II,I .y.. the bottom flior. A repair shop m ur,> lnal among the will be built on whal was formSTS? fft/S 1 erly Ihe Y.M C A lawn tennis H 10 "P" n of tbc new House of field Commons, will be the justifiable The contractor It Mr. John B f 1 *" 1 of P res 'ing over un AsscmDeane bl >' ** %  * second only to one other An employee of that firm told ,n *"* British Empire ..ftth. the "Advocatevcterdav that H< J US *'. of Commons the* expect the changes" to be ". %  something in ihe Wes*. rompleted by January He said ln .if". to f proud of "' fln V %  *• %  thai it will bo mm* mew com-' 'neir existence, more esnecmlh fortohle to have garage, Service now ,' hal *• %  hoping art Station and Store under the same fU,ulrt 8" forward 111 the future roof B a sh i8'e entity | think thai we in this House should ic exT llt V M <* A lllADUlAlt. tremaJy glad to remember that TtRS is now comolttcl>ours is a long and honourable removed to Union Lodge. The parliamentary tradition. ;niaiiKemcnts made for games and 1 have no doubt Mr. Speaker other activities are working well that you will uphold the dignity and the best possible use is being of the Speakcrship of ihiKou made of all space. I wish you and your wife (fed Mr. H. H. Williams, Secretary speed and %  safe return of Ihe "V," told the Advacaie that Mr WHkhmon said Yrmr Ilonall members are anxiously looking our. I beg to associate mv-e | irith focward to the day when activities the n-maik.ot the hon. sen'or will oegin at the new headquarters mcn.ber for Si .1. %  t Wakencld". They are aUo hopWe are proud Ihal you and m; that all the trees will soon beyour wife have been naked to %  ad the ground levelled. .pre en| this House on such an U>> Went, local Bee-Man. L' at hlrloric occasion, and w. %  working on a hive which lv hoped that you and Mrs. Hus1 tad in the roof of "Wakebands will have a very interestheld." He (ftiilt a box for the bees Ing time. and is hoping that they will all We know that when you come enter their new home as soon as back you will tell us ot the Icnowlpn sa ih al edge and experience you have T .. K AMOUNT „, ta * ta-srt. w :ursJs^!j, l x X Probyn Street has increased Assembly for many many years and a new bread cart vendor has HU Honour said Gentlemen. 1 i>.'cmly taken up his position n m vcrv glnd to receive vour there. The majority of these hearty wishes which I 'eel .11. hawkers sell fruit, nutJ and sweets kn ow are Mm ere and on many occasaenl fftiajt -prove j leave this island to reptesent %  to passengers making on ,. „f ih P oldest parliaments in ihe British Empire, I am full> 'Stock farm Stock farm'" Out of order These were the cries which interspersed the passing of Ihe Hrsolutuq.aiKi Mr debate when Mr Alidcr. iL) nv F L Walcott econded ^peaklllK the House Under the Head %  t:ust. • Ml ol AalgfnbK on htaad X\ 1 de.i!W. A t'ra*rrd saM tha: when ing with fodder for use at the >ome extension work astjj i-emg Sun-k farm al ihe Prison. di.ne on Seawell some ye.r ago. Mr Allder said 1h.it many perthe result was thai there was a ons who came out of prison told considerable amount (jef money bin. of the unsuitable condition: > uvulation locally obtaining there He felt that it Now that one and a half mllWfadd be wrong to vote money hon dollars werr being spent. o for department like thai much mechanical rquipnx ,1 _. bring used, and s<> many .>( ih. That dejwrtment. he said, was highest paid cmplu.. .%  .-.. 1 , 1 a) channel lr „u, irl e.i nrorn abroad, thu ihe lipetJng with the peasants money from the Job circulated here was almost Infinitesimal, and Under Head XV11—Government the circulation made htir.ll> mj Industrial Sefaooll Or. tumalm impact on local trade. tL> said thai under the new Mr Crawford made the sug^ei.iiruiigenieuii.. the %  cftOOl leachers llon 'hat attention shouli be Of the Industnul School would %  ! ,J|1 lo 1h '' PO"'bilit> of "X" dollaiu BtJan ind -hen in "' "> contract under which the .-.riditioniil IS t ,t nlsa rO. work *->\ y •* done clauses extra dutlfg whicli would ensure that the minMr. CrawnsrdH 1 | thai what imum amoun1 of machinery wa< was necessary at the Oov"f !" and ,he n>KhTium amount eniment IflrJUftrtal School was 0 lo "' al labour—comparalle .f Pdeouately trained tencher* to !" u e "JJJ ,h '" **—*9 "' >bc 1-x.k after ihe .nsiitulion Tho „ w „\ mal%9 , ot conjUder blc tinu na Members of regret. Mr. Crawford said, thai the stafl rikOttld b> RIVWI special provision had nut len made to training to enable them in perensure that more of Ihe moncv retrn their dut'ag erTectlvaly. %  >•* %  expended on tb< I nirport was nol lieiiiR cm-uhded In lofty Mr. R. a Map* (Ll said thai vhita he iiui not ses bsw n would IKpractical lo write into an> terms or a contract, thai tin of machinery should be used. The head was then IR. 20. 21. 22 %  11 IT and i.s v..: without comment Thi with Commissioners ol I Education. Oepurtmenl Of S< enee nnrt AirricuHvire. Medic 11 l^.-tM,,,,Barbados Regiment. gt'Sea\raII,'?TTt "srST aMCtf^i p..H.e WerkrVpariment Subfmn. the questions which hi, been sldics and flmntt Miscellanea;* ^ kpii in lne Houw nd ,„, com ..nrl n.-n*h p ai nts which had been received Airport and Rousini |, y members that there were many loopholes in the contract for SIMPuii< Board re) haste to catch 'buses. -. ...... I IIIIHH.-I. I,.,l|i,iiI Mill 11. 1 one hawfcer yesterday had a conscious of the honour that h low or breadfruit extending across „>„, bestowed upon me, and I can the blond nearly lo the space „nly hove that when I go lo Knf. OTMr l, -i f '_ t r t bl,1 f 8 an d. to be truly representaiiv A *r.n (itTTt.R has been built ,, f ;) |i ( hat is honourable and best i. a. across the road at the eni n Barbados and especially this trance from Probyn Street to ncient and historic Chamber. 1 Jurduns Lane. The gutter that hope when I return to be able to was formerly at this point was tell vou of my experiences. fairly deep and water collected. This new gutter is more shallow. M ANY I'hllt.STKIANM % %  now ureuniiiined to the Crossing LanoJ 111 llroad Street but they are sit ill a few who are nttJ gf too lazy to walk to a crossing lane or intend to break this rule. The Advocate representative stood ii at one point yesterday and noticed that over 2(1 people crossed the road Just a lew yard away from Animals Must Stop Crossing Seawell Airimrt well. These would teach the House and Government a lesson he said One of the loopholes in the present contract was that which allowed the Arm doing the \i.ik at Seawell to bring to ihe Island over forty Trinidad workmen or technicians without m.ik'iv sure as to whether or not such employees could In* obtained here. Trinidad was the very colony which had recently put | restriction on workerenlei Tig there to compete with labour in that colony They could only hope that in future there would be no oppor-. . tunllv lor a repetition of lha malMr. Crarttini wanted u> kno* ,._ raim ilained of The .ninexed Ruinates dealing with the Post Offlee %  %  thout loinment I the resolution was put lo the vote, on ihe motion of Mi Crawford. Head XXIII. Meilical Departments—was rci mtntl ted Mr. Crawford said that under 1 BWCfel [• F the paying of exienses of sending 1 Itnai 11 Hospital to ii ildad and En tha ntalntskoanoB wul treatmant in s 1 there The nurs" hud contracted ;i SSjg i OU a dilfWI I execution of her duties at the %  .,. %  .,. %  ., i;. %  % %  .1 Hi.'-iu'-.t • the nnr." would -'ill l>e draw Mil snla I>I Cummlng lane within ten minsocks to pr pie from v The House ol Assembly yesterla.v passed a Bin to provide the management, control ami supervision of Seawell Airport It •vent animals and poopi-VDE SANUIFORD of BIbby X!ly. """'"' """" hC ""' VJ Gap, Halls Road, reported Mr. K L Walcott (L| who lhat $53 In cash was stolen from moved the passing of the bill said his home on Monday. Leotta tl w 5 dangerous lor n I Springer of Fruitful Hill. St. Josanimals to walk across the runeph, told the Police that a sum of waj '* nd lh v wllc ^ylbg to erase money was removed from her ,he *" er bcfo,c "rt>thing haphome over the week-end. P"g Briinc .. i,1 %  Mr Crawford Mid thai thi Illness would take s'>me tmi" Id in,> %  .1 again, and he did not think Ihe she would be 1 tho full length iu Drtrl that the nurse shoul be given her full salary during %  11 ;.t the hospital ami also during the icriod of OOftvalM cence He said thai tiiat should hold good for any similar can Tho resolution was then passed. Sea Island Cotton Bill Passed A Mill making provision fur A SHOrV will be given by Uv> Mobile Cinema at Admiralty Pasture St. Philip ul 8 o'clock tonight for the benefit of the residents of Six Hoads area. M ESSRS BARNES Co's building a-. Bridge Street was recently painted In a coat ol white. This showed up beaucred with tifully yesterday against a backi-bestos. The contractor was Mr ground of thick dark clouds. r Skinner Formerly this building could B RIIMiFTOWN was extremely not be seen from Broad Street hot vefderda* morning The but since the road was widened temperature read over M degree* at the corner of Bridge Street, it Fahrenheit in the shade, bv* can be seen from a dW hortly bafora RIM day th'ek f\V THE EfflHT rralBc offenceciourfs blotted out ihr* sim's Bgyi KJ m irflad on fna Police Repert 1 Loud peals, of thunder could l* y*tirday. six rao-.ori'.lwenbeard and (be dav uecame very reported for exceeding the speed >rk Many offices in the cRy had to resort ta electric llgh' 1 After mid day the temperature dropped by iVs-o degre n BOM nf'cr. Intermitient shower', fell ,.n these continued for the better part of rtie day. In St Thomas rain poured from about 11 ,g.m evening There was noe charge for nol Mapping at n Major Road end another for driving without due < -re and attention. T HE POLICE BAND, under Copt. C E. Ralson. will piay fcr a Charily Concert a: until late in ihe 8 o'clock tonight at St. Clement's Boys' School. St Lucy. ...iportallon Into this island Second, by the provision 01 • <i : 11 m Mohl'e Cinema. Admiralty I-..-IUI. SI. Philip, si 7.St p m Police Band Concert St Clement | Bo>' Si ho.il Pasture. fJS i.urv I M For Burial Grounds Th,Legislative Council met at z p.m yesterday The followio; message, from His Excellent t'c Governor were re t'C Co*mcil — ition 01 Rcpresenlatlvt* from Barbadm to the Fourth Session of the Wast Conference to be held h Curacao Expression of appreciation by the (.nvcinmrnl of Ann u.i Tor the coniribuimn from iiarbados towards the relW of the suffering caused '>. the recent hurricane in Antisua Invilauon to the Senior Mem>i Presiding of the legislative Council t.t attend live opening .eremony of (he new Trimdad Legislative Council TtM Ifon'hle ihe Acting Colonial ^Secretary laid the lollowin K documents: — ll", iimeiils RcjKirt of ihe ComrfUassonai the Department of the Archi lect and Town Planimui Officer. H port of the Harbour an I Shipping Detriment for •'. • year 10g Statement showing Gross Cut. toms and Excise Receipts R lour months ende I 31st Juh, 19M. Borbadoa nine n^ok 1940-47 Hon-bla c, n Evelyn presentei petJUon ti-mi the Vestry of lhparish Of Chnsi Church prajkil f r permisaiiHi ra n„. Vmb | raise a loan of £l.50 to enal.le IEH Etonltorj Commissioners ..f thai parlgti 1.. puroha* col lector lhMi'ble V C Gale |Wesente.l I puUttan Hon. the Vesrrv of ,hI'.iM.-h of St Joseph asking f.parnUBBjion to raise a loan not exceeding£2.000 i„ enclose thburial grounds of the parisa church and St. Ann's Church 1:1 Ihal parish Hon'ble A. G. Olttoni present ,, .. iK'lltion from the VeMi. ,>f th I'arish of Christ Church prayini; i>ennivsion for the Highwuv t cimmissloners of that |>nrisri to pay gratuity to two „r their srnplopgaa, 1 i.ivelhn:: AlUiuance Hi.u'l.le A G Gitteiis. present "'d another petition from th ve 11. ,r ihnst chum, pmyln permission In pay triive! 10 the lusiwctor fl Mi.Hran The Council passed reso'udoii for the sum f.f $4,200 lo supplmenl the Estimates 1060-51, par. I Current, a. shown in Ihe Sup•fttari Ksiimates IMO—.ii No 23. which form the Schedulto th s Resolution to approve .Ii Order entitled -The Civil Estaii lishment (General) (Amemlinin: No. 8 Order, 1950 rnadg Gnvernor-in-Executive Conimii tee 011 tlie 24th day of Augu<*. 1950. under the provisions of Se lion 3 of the Civil EstabUshmen' Acl. 1949: for the sum of g3.gu. lo supplement tlie Estimate* IMOSI. Part II, Capital, as shown In the Supplementary Estimate 1950-M No 20. which form Ihe Schedu'c to this ResoluUon fn the Mini uf 13.000 to supplement the Estimates 1950—51 par'. 1 > 1 'lit. as shown in the Suppirn.cnlary Estimates 1950-01, No II, *h|rh form the Schedule to this Resolution Ann eslhet 1st Crther resolutions passed wer. those to authorise the Government lo enter into an agreement wllh a person to serve In the Barbados General Hospital in the office of Anaesthetist: to flx, with %  tract from the 1st October, 1950 UM -oi mail po-tago on letterpostcards and niih-tter forms addressed lo any di-'uialion et ou*. 111 column on < tl House of Assembly in a slmila' The message stated that lh Government of Trinidad wou' he pleased to pay all hotel e* psjBgBSj but regrelted lhat '1 could not meet the cost ef pBfgajgJM Sunpternantary Estimate* meet the cost of the latter *im tie submitted to the Kegislatui-' the oMBSfesSjl suited Wild Cotton Spoils Market Native wild cotton is the ordm ary Barbados cotton of man. years ago. II has a staple of onh 5/8 of an inch long and is of lit', value. Mi A de 1 Inn is*. Man aging Director of the UartKidi Co-operative Cotton Factory Ltd tolii the Advocate" yesterday. A bill to provide for the eradication of this native wild cotton was passed yesieniay by thHouse of Asaernbly with gn aiueudmeni made bj tin* Lagdfni live t'ouncil Mi Inniss said that if this Wild cotton gets mixed with Ihe supei One sea island cotton linl which has a staple of 2H Inches, everitiling points to the fuel thai whan it .ii lives in Kngland and it 1 found that our sea island cotton ll naiad wftli this lifdlffattoisi stuff, it may IMrejected In the past, under the present Act, this cotton could only be rontrotJad dialing the closed season of two months. An amendment ta tlie Act however provides that the Director of Agriculture and his staff will have the power to desIro\ ii ; it any time and whercveit ll found. The native wild cotton is used for the tlifting or cushions whereas ihe MM island cotton is used foi making some of the finest IJIKNIS ( ,M.tuced in Ihe WOtid At present, an offer of 5a a pound lint has been made for Ihe 1951 crop BYFJORD" BRINGS FLOUR Bom :i.S78 bags of flour ai rived in the island from New York yesterdaj bj the ss IM lord The •hipmenl was consigned to Messrs. Hoheit Thorn Lid and Messrs, i)a Costa & Co. LM Tha "Byfjord" also brought 470 sacks or outs and supplies of bran, pickled po.k. foodstuffs and .loth ing. It sailed IHSI nitfhl for St Vin cent A cargo of coroaiiuts, plantains fresn fruit, charcoal and coconu' oil arrived from St Lucia yesterday by ihe motor vessel "I-ad* Joy." Also arriving was the "Gardenia W" whuh brought from Trinidac supplies of tlbre. fresli fruit ano other general cargo. MESSRS. A S 1IRV1>I:N x SONS BARBADOS). LTD., PO BOX 403BRIDGETOWN, H\RHADOS SHOES SMART STYLES in BLACK BOX CALF AND VICI KID BROWN CALF (Brofuet and Oxford.! OUR WIDE RANGE OF SIZES AND FITTINGS ENSURES A PERFECT FIT. ASK Foa "K" SHOES They Last Longer. Look Better. AND Give Greater Foot Comfort HARRISONS LOCAL DISIIIUIO5 .o.d Si 'el 2664 ^V.V,V.V.V.V.V.V.V.V.V.V.V.'.-.W>-.-,W'.V//AVAV Fully Kii-hiiinrd lu:.li Iwisl Nvlcm ItwklBfl rim-Iully rxuiiiini'd itnd NlM lo conform lo rorri'ct Morli'> EACH }L.L1 CAVE SHEPHERD Co., Ltd. 10, II, 12. & 13 Broad Street V.VAV.V.V.V.V.V. PURINA I II O WS For Poultry anil MAwnlock "Sfi THE DIFFERENCE PUdlNA MAKES' %  a %  w* aoooooooc> c ssoocsos>os>oo 1 A RUBBER FLOOR COVERING In 4 BEAUTirUL PATTERNS „ 3 FXET WIDE $3 32 Yd SUITABLE FOR BATHROOM. PASSAGE Or MOTOR CAR MATS Etc CALL AND SECVRt YOVRS EARLY T.HERBERT Ltd. Ir.Jurporati! 1 Moll Roebuck Street **Xi8>fc'X>**W>V0* W///.W/**'/AWA'//-V-V'.v; %  '<..'/.W/^ r Vtritiq fint, on, S, 'KEPLER*/ dK ; "On UM it"" all day and g [ n sssgadag rUMraa n^rd acfti j l.ir ill-in K'|ilf-r and r> l % %  I gala vrit'lil —il 1lull ihrir grosrlagj basiiM Bead. I : I' !•! I k.,.l... • K K I* I. E it *... I (00 IIVM OH WITH Mill laiasci Id I ^ A BURROUGHS WELLCOME A CO SM AfM ff U>%,4,. ts^S OVASI-AIC WELDING EQUIPMENT AJVD EIKTRODES. HAMSII 1INNKI1 HAMN 1 Kiln ml) DANDI riNNKI> HAMH 1: Klin rarh DAM1M IVOU lAVSAOn Vrr lia l)AN|->|| i HK'KF.N RROTII frr tin DANISH t'HKKSK WAFIKS l>r pki KIJM %  Ih. Un< KI I>1 I Hi tins SPARKLING 111 11 Bt'RGI'ANDV Small bol. DRV MOVOI'llll rilAMFAGNK Hm^ll n>t DRV MuMH'OI I (IHMI'W.M Larsr !.( tt.U $4.10 33 S4 34 !I4 $? 40 *3 If , mi Your enqulftoi fot WEL01NO PI-ANTS ami equipment five piompt attention from our experiencad Stan*. All types ol Ferrous and Non-Feirous ELECTKODKS available ex stock. IIKITISH OXYGEN" WELDING AND CUTTING EQUIPMENT Wg LnvlU you to inspect our stock of standard items. Special enquiries will receive our immediate advice and attention. MAIM.ISS STEEL FABRICATIONS—'FIRTH BROWN" WR have now in stock STAINLESS STEEL SHEETS and are fullv equipped to handle fabrications to your : acid resisting steel. % STA.XSFKLB S0'OTW' A fo.. /-**##. J Th* it Mitt MHfS tOIXUHY Tt*i. •\ White l.ik Road. St. Mtrharl Dial: 4546 (a MM ?



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WKDNESDAY. OCTOBER II. IK* BARBADOS ADVOC ATIPAGE THKSX $3,600 Approved For Meteorological Service In wl The Legislative Council yesterday concurred In n Resolution for 13.600 in order mat Barbados may issume it* ri.oubsibility for lha British Writ Indie-Meteorological S-rvice. The Sevrelarof State for the Coirrties has ail vised this Government that the Air Ministry is no lunger prepared to flnarce the. Meteor ologicai Service In the British Wrt Indian Colonies and then-fore us from the 1st of April IHO. the various colonies concerned should be prepared 10 %  tumc the responsibility for these services The Colonien are asked to notify their intention:* by the end of September. 1950 TBC SecrcMry of Slate lia suggested that a British West Indian Meteorological ServLco should now be established on the basis of the present service and that any future expansions should be .the subject of discussions between the colonies concerned Leg. Co. Approves $3 9 805 For Ceramist And Animal Accommodation A SUPPLEMENTARY resolution for $3,805 to provide new accommodation for stud animals at District Agricultural Stations, and new expenses of a Ceramist was concurred in by the Legislative Council yesterday. The Addendum stated that ad — ditional accommodation at District Agricultural Stations is urgently required for stud animals, whose sen-ices are now lequired more frequently by the publk and especially bv BRBM %  sj rie uitu rtm it (s therefore proposed to construct accommodation for eight additional bulls to be maintained .it those stations where demand for services is greatest Additional bulls an' becominc available from time ti time from calvea raarrd at the Central Livestock Station Next 'here arc expenses Incurred by the Ceramist in excess of the grant made under Colonml Development and Welfare Scheme H 72 during hit term of service with this Government which expired in December. 194* Lastly there is a revote of the unexpended balance ol the (fee grant made under Colonial Development and Welfare Scheme R 72. which was incl tue. l:i ,f i Approved Estimates for 1049-5<) n[agement on < %  .must. Stations Useful Mr. E J Petrle. Acting Colonial Secretary, reminder! members that the Agricultural Statin served %  very useful purno** the island. Where the Cenm was concerned, the Colon Development and Welfare Organisation had supported In* YJovernment's application. funds under the Colonial Develop, i Welfare Act. and the scheme had come to an end g| far as CD. k W. were concerned. The provision in the Resolution was merely a revote of mon?y which would have been used last year had it been brought to account In time. The amount was completely re-hnbursable from CD. W. Funds. The $41.00 was merely excess accrued ovtr the agreed amount, and it was not considered worthwhile to approach His Majesty's Government for that paltry sum. Hospital porters, are to get a change lii name. According to a Resolution approved by tho Legislative Council yesterdaygiving effect to the Civil Establishment (General) Amendment No 8 Order of 1950, Porter* will Henceforth be called Orderlies. Hospital Complaints Acting Colonial Secretary. Mr E. J. Petiie. told the Council thai Dr Holllnan in the course of his inquiry into the working ol the General Hospital had recommended to the Government the investigation of some grievances tumplaincd of by members of the sjbordinaiv staff. The Order was a result of such an Investigation. The Order changed the name "Ward Porter" to "Head Oi-Jily" -nil iho iiwnic Aa*.i*"i Head Porter to "Assistant Head Orderly." The Order then brings ward and dispensary porters under one head—orderlies—oni in addition adds ten new orderlies. In the past it was necessary ior ;i certain number of the staff to sleep in at night, and It was now desired to introduce the shift *vstem. That would be made possible by the addition of the ten new orderlies. BURIED AT SEA iPrnm Our Own Correepond*nl' PORT-OF-SPAIN. Qonrad R Murray, lute ExSuper Sergeant of the Trinidad police force, way burled at sea to-day. Barbadian born, he came to Trinidad in 1903. He resigned 30 years ago. Hi* step daught' AT I V\< Wllll I \ I Oils $*>a££ SJSSJBJ JU1S" y#*6 Early Buying For Xmas THERE *as an atmosphere of bustle at Da Costa It Co. Ltd around 11 am. yesterday. It was breakfast hour at most business places, and empluycc* took lime off to give the various "look see The Shoe Department at DaCosta's had the most customers at that time. In one section of the department a man was trying on , pair of shiny patent leather %  hoes, in another two women and little girl were chatting In Spanish at 500 words to the minute. apnii.e.r.b trying Ui decide on the -f shoes for Animal Feed Factory Shuts THE GOVERNMENT FloUj£fractory at Lancaster, where cassava and potatoes are jP*We into flour and then form a part of Balanced Animal Feed prepared from a Government formula, was working* at full blast when the Advocate visiu-d there yesterday. The last load of cassava, as earn tereattni; i seen in the psrtur*, had justlare fim put into %  machm tii I rrivccl and was being "headed") washes and skin.%  by labourers to the *f String maihen I rougM Into tli buitdlr propel god sbced i an sutomatk Machine. • ri**i-t*ting. tparklti AIW.-Srlti.-i bn*|t V qaaefc mi from lb* altar ecTacta of ."and ,.v.i induUrMK* i •))! Iri"h Keep It harxiy. ika-Seitzer Always ready to treat pc£J a cold \~ Jl A iwrl VAPIJt) i INHALER am 0 MAM04A0 OS rOCM I ^H MeeJ fee . •-! |h *•>-(* %  .„..,„„ LsssJ ••e Saaitw mkwM iZT^l *•. V4M . %  • fcr—* \ov MSfi *UlN HUNSO"'* VTD. LONDON P A 1 T !i 1 F 5 Um BROS I in. II l-nltr Ri>^ *l -IHlll.klM-h'N I \W W< \. I I. c tXTKA fine flavour The total expenditure 1949—50 on Meteorological vices was S167.1B4. and on this basis Barbados' share of th expenses of the proposed service purchase of a pair will be $3,216 per annum The. un early leenagei Secretary of State also proposes thiit a contribution of $4tt.4O0 per annum for a period of three years from the 1st of April. ISSO, should be made by the United Kingdom Government towards the establishment of the British West Indie* Meteorological Service. This grant will be divided among the Colonies concerned on the basis of contributions made: ictmhursement to Barbados will bo at the rate of $1,248 per annum for the three years Mr. E J Petrie. Acting Colonial Secretary moving concurrence in The Weather TODAY Sun Rises: 5 41 a.m. Sun Seta: 5 45 p m Moon (New) October 11 Lighting: 6pm YESTERDAY RalufaU (Codrlngtsn > 51 Ins Total for month to yesterday .llku. Temreraturr (Max.) 86.0* i Temperature %  Mir, i 71.5' F Wind Direction (9 am) SaW.ilpal S.S.F. Wind Velocity 4 miles per hoar Barometer (ft am > g.M (3 p ii< I 29 823 ih. A cluster of men wer Suiting Department. Some were ordering cloth, others were discussing among themselves the merits of this or that piece Some women were maRlng purchases of bright coloured dress materials, others were doing business at the counter where buttons. elastic, thread and such things can be had. A clerk was menuwhile assorting various colours of knit ting thread As people made their purchases and came out. more were going in and mixing with these two sets; at the entrance of the store were another set who were merely window shopping To tailors and dressmakers this time of the year is like what the Sugar Crop season is to sugar industry workers. They are already Eftting orders for Christmas and ichibitton work, and the orders will increase as this month draws to a close It will be largely a question of first come, first served, anil as happens every year, the late will certainly be disappointed the first process of Its betnjj turned goto loin, It bat bossa :!%  i %  %  -'I (or Uss factory to process esMI i potatoes at the same :ime but this year the potato.-. < nut %*' ready and so grinding em Oni.v MO tons of eTawavs Sfgra ground Into flour this year as compared with 4.,'tOO ton: ot potatoes and cassava that were ground In o peak year Interesting Process Tlie i>ioces* is simplr BS For a radiant shin '•Hi j "J ui ihc pick of the crop CHJUIEKKE I1K\M> These ceasava and potati %  i" •' • baked m lai in the factory and grou flour. The (loveinineni I -, I IVtlei.v plant it also %  Lancaster and is mak'ng flnwer pots in sizes varying frcsn tweres inches to three Inches Baqserunents ire being earned out with building blocks but it u HM SJjrt] 'o offer any comment the Resolution said it was essenlial :h,it they should get the lnf<.rmation which was given out by the S*T\'ice under discussion, and assured the Council that tho island had got oft very light), because of the method of allocation of expenses. In addition pert of their provision would be offset from CD. at W. funds. At the end of three yearn the position would be reviewed, and so they had that time to examine tuia'the*Press that ft was always, the matter at a very modest cost his desire to be buried at sea to themselves BON VOYAGE FOR BETHEL Mi Bethel, M.C.P.. Junior Member for St John, who will be leaving the island shoilly New Zealand to represent Barbados at the Empire Conference, was yesterday wished a "bon voyage" by Mr. G. 11. Adams, the Leader of the House of Assembly. at its meeting. Mr. Adams said that the conference would only last about eight days and then Mr. Bethel could enjoy some of the line scenery which is New ZcalnndV He felt perfectly sure that to illustrate the spirit and friendliness of Barbados there could hardly be a more fitting member. Thev looked forward to his coming back refreshed in more senses than one DUNLOPFORT CAR TYRES for extra performance The quuiity KttoJ Patua DELICATE us a nioonbeum ii COOL BEAUTIFUL FERGUSON FABRICS" FOR WEAR AT NIGHT. STOCKED BY LEADING STORES. EXTRA SAfFTY Distributors DOWDING ESTATES & TRADING CO., LTD. ECKSTEIN BROS. Bay Strert Bridgetown Ovaltine. Cheers & Energises FLY CARGO BIG OR SMALL MERCHANDISE. n.OWER8 rain !" UPAKE TARTS. MACHINERY BAOCIAOE AND noUHRHOLD EFTEfTfl NOW SW CHEAPER BWIA FOR FAST AIK-CAKM Service FOR PARTICULARS BEE IBWIA* 'Tell me doctor . < ,i • ui} ,tu. in pin help in kr-i/t'ij£ f OUIHIM hi-jl of tU-i. OH I • li > .KV arc kepi tree from the BsgtrM thatf 0UBC Kptk Jnfcvlion. To keep wniinds i the ln.illh\ Condition t it hi-.ili i J, BUI hPORNI liavc for years relied upon 'iKtiol'. I hi. nulilt-.-* des•roycr of ycim-. is nun-poisonous, gentli and safe on human MHKIUS. Viliilc ti i.t*-t u ill*: VMUIIUI, MK'itol* leaves the liviii|> lissiien undaunted to eoutinue die natural processes of safe J%ul rapid np:iir. DETTOL T>Y hvlplni lo fSSjtBg flsgaint *^veri>, Jri.m.u*0lnn' f*s1 give you th* ml to cat** o* your work chaerfullv and efhcienily. OV.UII, provideasi Isaj viiamin*. of the highn value derived frosn Nafi foods. The famoua 'Ovalihta' Faisai were eMabllshed to set ih* highaM •taodsrda of uualhy for BBS null. milk and eggt u*ed. BecauM of il* outaiandhag nutritive qualitic* 'Ovsltine' U Ideal for even mrmlwr of the BBSSSfTi of the day. A a bedtime beverage. too. It la evarywhera aknowlr-l u I *. a reliable aid to tound, natural. reatorailve sleep. nt t ghl tint hy ail Quality has made (HaitiSIC the Worlds most widely used Food Beverage