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Friday

October

1950

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UN.



Ships Shell

Chongjin Port

Leave Town In Ruins
By JULIAN BATES

TOKYO, Oct. 12.

AMERICA’S BIGGEST BATTLESHIP the

45,000 ton Missouri today laid the north-east
Korean port Chongjin in ruins. For three hours
it bombarded just south of the 42nd parallel from
ten miles off shore. In Washington a navy spokes-
man said that the British cruiser “Ceylon” and the
destroyer “Warwamaga’’ joined the Missouri and
other American warships in the shelling.



On Butlin’s

Bahamas Camp
(From Our Own Correspondent)
LONDON, Oct. 12.

The 120 British and Canadian
employees at Butlin’s Bahamas
holiday camp are wondering
when they will be able to return
to their own country. Passage
money for them to go home has
not yet arrived.

Speaking to our New York cor-—
respondent last night over long
distance telephone one of the
English employees said: “When
we came, Butlin’s promised to pay
the fares home for those who
wanted to go. Please do not men—
tion my name because we have
been told not to talk about But-
lin’s to the newspapers, but only
a few of us have gone home so
far.”

“How many? I must not tell
you. How many were there orig—
inally? I must not tell you that
either. We are hoping for another
season, but as a matter of fact
none of us here knows even if
there is going to be one”.

At the office of Brigadier Thor-
burn, Chairman of Butlin’s (Ba-
hamas) I was told this morning
that the fight to raise the neces-
sary £800,000 to save the Ba-
hamas camp was still goi on.
Attempts were being made to
raise money from any available

source.

Mr. Billy Butlin is in New York
this morning and there was a dis—
ereet silence from his Londen
office. All that I was told was:
“Any statement at this moment
might upset everything”.

Truman, MacArthur
May Talk Aboard

“Missouri”

WASHINGTON, Oct. 12.
Observers believed today that
President ‘Truman’s conference
with General MacArthur “some-
where in the Pacific” might take
place in the 45,000 ton battleship



“Missouri” America’s famous
“surrender ship.”
This idea gained circulation

after reports that Truman was
going to Wake Island. This is a
desolate place about 2 miles west
of Hawaii and people familiar
with it said it contains little
more than a few huts, These
would hardly be adequate for the
100 estimated people in the two
parties, they said. —Reuter,

a oe
ick eee
OVER SUBSCRI Oct. 12

South Africa’s £5,000,000 loan
was over subscribed more than 11
times when it opened in London
yesterday it was officially onnoun-
ced to-day.

When dealing in the new loan
started it immediately went to a
premium of 10 shillings over the
issue price. —Reuter.



a

The Missouri with nine 16 inch
guns and 12 five inch guns and
anti-aircraft armament is believ-
ed to be che most powerful war-
ship afloat, It poured hundreds
of shells into the port. Then
carrier borne aircraft bombed and
strafed it for another 30 minutes
frontline reports said.

Air observers reported a steel
mill demolished and an oil depot
railway yards and tunnels also
wi out.

hree hundred miles away in
the centre of the Peninsula
United Nations forces spearheaded
by the British Brigade thrust for-
ward towards Pyongyang against
weakening Communist resistance.

Beginning in next Mon-
day’s Evening Advocate:

“The Greatest Story Ever
Told,”

Northerners were reported to
pose farted a general with-
rawal to rally for the last ditch
defence of their capital 80
miles north of the 38th parallel.
Pilots reported a force of 3,000
to 5,000 moving westwardg
from the Kaesong-Pyongyang
road and communist opposition
previously described as “desper-
ate and determined, was said
to be ceasing.

Intelligence officers have said
that with the fall of their east
coast anchor Wonsan, Communists’
had ane Sitemaive but to fall

their capital” .
soa ee the
right flank of the United Nations
thrust from Kaesong was last,
reported 18 miles beyond the
parallel aiming for the key junc-
tion Siboni, 12 miles farther on,

To the east, South Koreans
were advencing against light
resistance after capturing a tri-
angle of three important com-
munication towns—Pyonggan, a
little over 30 miles above the
parallel, Chorwon and Kumhwa

Advanced patrols of the east
coast “arrowhead” were reported
to-day prodding westwards down
the road from Wonson port to
Pyongyang apparently in prepara-
tion for pincers movement on the
capital. In the west United
Nations forces are building up
end manoeuvring for a position
‘trom whieh to launch an all-out
drive on Pyongyang. British and
Australian troops have now
leap-frogged the First Cavalry
Division over the 38th parallel.

American Army spokesman in
Tokyo indicated that big new
attacks are on the way. He said
that the First Cavalry Division
now virtually bogged down on
the road to Pyongyang just south
of Kumchon had made “no great
effort to move ahead since there
are other plans for them.

American fighter-bombers are
now operating from Wonsan Air-
field, the first in North Korea to
be used by United Nations forces.

With its two airfields at its
command it is helping United
Nations forces considerably

—Reuter.



UNESCO REJECT SOVIET
MOVE TO OUST CHINA

THE UNITED NATION

LAKE SUCCESS, Oct. 12.
S Economic and Social Council

today defeated the Soviet move supported by Britain to
oust the Chinese Nationalist delegate from the Council.
The Council rejected the motion by eleven votes to seven.

Australia Will
Spend $700m
On Defence

RA, Qet, 12

Treasurer Arthur Fadden to-day
introduced in Parliament Austra-
lia’s biggest peacetime budget.

It proposes £70(¥000,000 Aus-
tralian currency (£560,000,000
sterling) expenditure in the cur-
rent financial year.

Fadden announced that to coun-
ter the inflationary trend, the Gov-
ernment would require prepay-
ment to the taxation department of
one fifth of the amounts released
én the whole this season.

This tax was estimated to yield
£103,000,000 Australian currency
( £82,400,000 sterling),

Fadden announced that there
would be increased defence expen-
diture and £50,000,000 Australian
currency (£40,000,000 sterling)
would be applied te'the stockpiling
of certain strategic stores and
equipment,

—Reuter.

The Soviet Union whose delegate
has walked out of many United
Nations bodies when the move
to unseat the Chinese Nationalists
has been defeated remained in the

Council meeting after to-day's
vote.
Pakistan, India, Britain, Den-

mark, Poland and Czechoslovakia
supported the Soviet motion. On
the second part of the Soviet
motion to invite a representative
of Communist China, the vote was
6 in favour and 11 in opposition
with Denmark abstaining.
Kenneth Younger, had Said he
would support the Soviet motion
despite the complication that the
preblem of Chinese representation
wes now before the General
Assembly. —Keuter.

REPORTS DENIED
ZURICH, Oct. 12
Recent reports of large transfers

— —



' gold fram Eastern European
“countries to Switzerland are “with- |
out foundation’ usually re'fable

| financial cirlees said here today

There have been some small
transfers it is understood, but only
in. connection with
and financial agreements

—Reuter





‘Chinese

Communists | ig
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Invade Tibet

Ni witli,
CHiNnGe Commun

tered Tibet ana

Wee. .
is have
occupied a
tory according

lo a

paper Statesman today from its

correspondent at Kalimpong near;

Ideah northern border.

The correspondent said: “First

reports .bawe eome througn to
Kalimpong of the snvasion and}
eccupation of Tibetan territor,

in Tibet by Chinese Communists. | |

“This has evidently been a move |
by the Communists to bypass the |
Tibetan stronghold of Chambo!
from a northwesternly direetion”.:

The territory occupied by the
Communists wes roughly 50 miles!

wide—or three days’ journey from) |

the Sino-Tibet border the corres-
pondent said,

The Communists were now
entrenched at Dongma where they
had been stopped by the Tibetans,
the correspondent said {

This had imperilled Chambe
Tibetans have prepared plans tal

withdraw from Chambo should
Giving details of the fighting
the correspandent said that

(Major) Po-Khang of the Tibetan
army met Communist attacks
“with skill end courage” and drove |
them back further but was later
killed in action.

After more fighting the Tibetans|
were defeated A spokesman of;
the Tibetan delegation at present |
in New Delhi said that the dele-j|
gation had received no informa-:
tion from their Government about}
the reported invasion, —Reuter.

this prove necessary.
|

Miners’ Pay
£3.500,000 Up

By KOBERT D. BROWN.
LONDON, Oct, 12.

British coal miners learned
today that they are to get an-
other £3,500,000 a year in wages.

This decision follows three
weeks after the grant to agricul-
tural workers of £5 weekly
minimum wage at an estimated
annual cost of £11,000,000.

Leaders engineering and
shipbuilding workers claiming
another 20 shillings per week
today rejected employers’ offer
of 11 shillings for skilled men
and 8 shillings for unskilled,

School-teachers, the most mili-
tant of the “black coated
workers” who have lodged wage
claims believe they will be given
rises within the next few weeks.
The period of severe restraint on
applications for wage increases
was ended by the decision by the
8,000,000 strong Trades Union
Congress last month and the}
Labour Party this month, that;
wages may be allowed to rise.

T.U.C. economic experts
busy

of

—Reuter.



B.G. Businessmaa
On Arson Charge

(From Our Own Correspondent)
GEORGETOWN, Oct. 12,

Mr. Lejor Teper, prominent
businessman and landed proprie-
tor was arrested and charged to-
day with arson. He was released
on a $2,000 bail to appear before
the Magistrate for a preliminary
inquiry on Friday.

The charge followed the early
Monday morning fire which des-
troyed the “Bargain Store” and
“New Union Club” Regent Street,
Bourda Store” and property owned
by Teper’s wife.



“Being part owner of
the railways, coal mines,
and steel industry, ! fail
to
penny an
you, Simpkins

see why an extra

hour bothers



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—

| LONDON, Oct. 12
Argentina and Britain’s Labour |
Government were criticised in)
the “Financial Times” to-day.
; It was commenting on the “ex-
position of the unsatisfactory out-
come of Anglo-Argentine trade
exchanges in the first period of
the five year trade and financial
pact” given in Buenos Aires yes-
lterday by J. E, Joint, British
| Commercial Minister there. The
|paper said that Argentina had
| “proceeded over a period of a
year and a half to pick and choose
as it wanted.

“All facilities placed at its dis-
|posal for the purchase of such
| items as tinplate, textile machin-
'ery and oil have been used to the
full” it said. “But imports of



commercial | British cotton textiles in spite of

\their traditional place in the

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mile wide strip of Tibetan verri-!

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published in tne Calcutta news- |

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are

behind the scenes working

out the new wage policy but it
now appears probable that events
may move too quickly for them.



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OFF /O BG. yesterday afteymoonsby B,W.1,A, went (left to right)
Mr. K. Grannum, Mr. ©. B. Gilkef’end “Mr. H.. Walton. They will
represent Barbados in the forthcomin@Intercolonial Chess tournament |
being held this year in Geargetown, | }

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ARMS FOR WAR IN
INDONESIA

PREMIER Plevin last night cabled to his Defence
Minister Jules Moch who arrived in Washington yester-
day, requesting the latter to press the American

PARIS, Oct. 12.



vern-

ment for a speedy delivery of arms badly needed in|
Indo-China and for an increase in the supply programme
originally accorded by America.



Frarice Will Double
Defence Spendings

WASHINGTON, Oct. 12.



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urgently needed are tanks,
pl and parachutists’ equip-
mnt, 4 Government spokesman
said, but in general, wéapons and
equipment would be needed on a
iarger scale because France now
has a “full-scale war on her

France proposes to double its|ands in Indo-China. The Guer.

defence spending next year pro-
vided it gets approximately
$750,000,000 in outside aid, usually
reliable sources said today,

Officials said that plans for
boosting France’s defence budget
were presented to the State and
Defence departments just prior to
the arrival of French Defence
Minister Jules Moch in this coun-
try yesterday.

The French proposal, they said,
contemplates increasing defence
expenditures from around $1,200,-
000,000 vais year to around $2,450,-
000,000 during 1951.

Moch is getting quick American
approval! of plans during a round
of conferences with top American
defence leaders so that his Gov-
ernment can present an expanded
military budget to the French
Parliament shortly after it con-
venes next Tuesday.

Officials said that the French
plan calls for assistance not only
from the United States but also
from Britain, Belgium, Italy and
other North Atlantic Treaty allies,

More than $500,000,000 of French
Defence Funds, it was reported,
would be allocated to French
troops now battling advancing
Communist forces in Indo-China

French Finance Minister, Maur-
ice Petsche, arrived here by plane
today to join French Defence Min-
ister Jules Moch in talks with
high American officials.

—Reuter.

Three Drown

(From Our Own Correspondent)

PORT-OF-SPAIN,

Three people, members of two
bath g parties, lost their lives
by drowning recently. Two were
at Mayaro and the other at
Selybia Bay, Toco. Yvonne da
Silva, and James Lee Kin, were
both in an excursion party at
Mayaro. Their bodies have not
yet been found. Miss da Silva
fs an only child of her mother,
who is now holidaying in Tobago,
while Lee Kin is the only son in
a large family.

The third victim was Robert
Robinson, of San Juan, He, too,
was qa member of a bathing party
at Salybia. His body has not
yet been recovered.





their officially expressed intention
to expand—have been checked 4n
every possible way,

“And meanwhile textiles sup-
plied by other countries have beea
readily absorbed into the market.

“If the Argentine want to
play a bilateral game they must
play it straight” the “Financial
Times” asserted. “If special
arrangements are made to allow
them to earn a given quantity of
sterling then they must adhere to
the principles on which that
agreement has been reached gov-
erning the way they will spend

it.”
Post-War Relations

The “Financial Times” added
“Blame for the establishment of
Britain’s post war commercial re-
lations with Argentina on the



| time exhibite

illa phase is over.”

The French Government con-
siders that the military situation in
Indo-China calls for another two
front-line combat divisions being
put into the theatre in addition
te a 140,000 strong French and
Foreign Legion Army.

It is not clear yet where these
two extra divisions sre to come
from, Parliament would have *o
sive ie sanetion for sending men
from the ordinary conscript army
at home.

Supplies of arms are also large-
ly determined by the rate at which
the National Vietnam army can
be built up vo the target figure of
100,000 men. At present about
20,000 are trained and in battalion
formation,

Official circles here express
confidence in French forces being
able to hold rich rice deltas
im the Tonkin area, buy further
withdrawals from outposts near
the Chinese frontier are foreseen,

The French Government has
made no request for a meeting
between General Juin who is fly~
ing to Indo China on Sunday vo
investigate the situation, acd
General] MacArthur, but the Gov-
ernment would warmly welcome
such a meeting, the spokesman
said.—Reuter.



Transport Workers:
Strike In Marseilles

MARSEILLES, Oct, 12

Public transport in Marseilles
was paralysed this morning when
bus, tram and trolley bus opera-
tors came out in a lightning strike

The strike was decided on late
last night in sympathy with Com-
munist-led demonstrators from La
Boeca near Cannes, now charged
before Marseilles court with at-
tempting to prevent the departure
of a train loaded with war
material.

The strike was scheduled to
last from 5 a.m. to9am.G.M.T.

At 7 pm. G.M.T. sharp the
strike ended with no incidents
’ —Reuter.



“TIMES”? CRITICISE ARGENTINA—U.K. PACT

basis of a_ series of bilateral
Government to Government ne-
gotiations rests partly with this
country.

The “arrangement was at one
as a sort of show-
piece of Socialist Foreign Eco-
nomic policy. But it must be
quite clear by now that the prim-’
ary objective for Britain is
break down Argentina’s present
technique of bulk selling

“And the first move obviously
lies in a resolute retreat by our
own Government from the prin-
ciple ef bulk purchase from
Argentina. The Liberal “Manches-
ter Guardian” commenting on the
British Commercial Minister’s
speech and the present deadlocked
state of talks over meat purchases
from Argentina said: “British ne-

{the Greek Government's alleged

| authorities



to |



U.S. DETAIN 32
PASSENGERS

NEW YORK, Oct. 12

American immigration officials
detained 32 passengers including
Italian orchestra conductor Victor
de Sabata under the new security
law when the liner “Queen Mary”
docked here to-day

Those detained were rostnty }
Italian. They included 14 music—!
lans from Rome.

De Sabata told reporters he had
no idea why immigration aguthori-
ties had detained him. He said
he had toured the United States in
1948 and 1949 and had come to
the United States this time to
conduct the Pittsburgh Symphony
Orchestra.

Imnugration officials said that}
they were convinced that the!
Italian conductor had been a mem-
ber of the Fascist party. He would |
be taken to the detention centre at
Ellis Island.

—Reuter.

Suspend
Passports

WASHINGTON, Oct, 12.
The United States have ordered
a temporary suspension of pass. |
port visas issued to aliens

lan. |
ane to come to America. Officials
sa



today that the State
Department yesterday telegraphed |
orders to Embassies and |
Consulates all over the world to |
give ‘'me for a recheck of |
individual records, This was
made necessary by the new,

Internal Security Law
—Reuter

42 Spanish
Refugees Arrive
At Brazil

RIO DE JANEIRO, Oct. 12,
Forty-two Spanish
who were arrested on disembark.
ing at Camocio in the northern
state of Ceara two days ago,
rived last night at
capital of the same state unde»
police escort.

They had left Teneriffe on
August 3, They said their
original destination was Vene.
zuela but the boat got lost on the
high seas as the result of a
violent storm which lasted three
days. After floating adrift for
10 days they accidentally reached
the Brazilian coast night before
last.

The refugees who are mostly
skilled workers, said they decided
to leave Spain because conditions
there were becoming unendurable
for those who live on salaries.
They came to America in search
of a better life

Brazilian Immigration Authori-
ties are considering the situation
of the refugees, and it is expected
that they will obtain permission
to remain in Brazil,

There are two women and one
boy among them, —Reuter.

}last night.

°



RIAL PREFERENCE

~ IN “HELP THE EMPIRE”

PLAN

(From Our Own Correspondent)

LONDON, Oct, 12.

RIES LEFT NO DOUBT about their “empire
mindedess’’ when the Conservative Party
Conference opened at Blackpool this morning.
Speeches made there must have been particularly

heartening for colonial producers.

The demand went forth for an unflinching policy of
imperial unity supported by a strong system of imperial
preference. Among the advocates of this “Help the Empire”
plan was Mr, Julian Amery, son of a former Colonial Sec-

retary,



Scientists On

Expedition

OSLO, Oct, 12
Two British Research scientists

ond the Director of the

jlan Polar Institute

Harold

Severdup will

Norwe-
Professor
travel to

Maudhem, the Antarctic base with
the British, Norwegian and Swed-

ish Seientific

winter, with the

Expedition

this
Norwegian

‘ailing vessel Norsel which is to
take supplies, and two Norwegian

seanlanes.

The party will leave Oslo about

| November 15 to reach Maudhem

n the first of January.—~—Reuter,



Wolves On The
Prowl In Italian.
Villages

ROME, Oct, 12
Wolves are terrorizing the coun-

try villages 25

miles
Nome, They killed about 30 sheep
Believed to have been
|starved out of their lairs in the

south ol

ugged Abruzzo mountains south
of Rome, the wolves are reported

0

Appia last night,

be smaller than normal size
wolves but very fast.
seen loping along the ancient Via

They were

In an area about 3 square miles

Word went around

shepherds found half eaten sheep
refugees |and lambs inside and outside the
wolves’ dens.

to various

ar~ | villages to-day for shepherds and) foy
the.| local peasants to organise woll| G

ants all over the area. Reuter.

Czechs Brand
300 Monks

VATICAN CITY, Oct. 12

Vatican sources tonight alleged |
that 300 Catholic monks had been |
branded by Czechoslovak police
before being deported from south-
ern Slovakia to unknown destina- |
tians, |

Home truths came out when
one young speaker condemned the
awful “woffle” he had heard about
the Empire at past Conferences
and urged Tories to take some
action to spread the faith when
they returned home,

He was strongly supported by
another eéarnest speaker who
asked his audience to take
colonial students into their homes
in order that they might learn
about the British way of life.
This, he pointed out, was some-
thing they could not learn about
in the “undesirable” lodgings
which were often the best they
could obtain.

The Conference has drawn
forth the following comment from
Lord Beaverbrook’s Evening
Standard: “the debate might well
fortify the morale of the Tory
Party. If 4,000 Tories gathered
here today to find in the Empire
that positive faith for which they
have so long been searching, they
will have done something of much
greater importance than holding
u successful jamboree beside the
sea, They will also have found
themselves.”

U.S, AID FOR
BRITAIN

WASHINGTON, Oct. 12,
Agreement has been
between Britain and the United
States on American aid to the
first £200,006,000 stage of Britain's

reached

£ 2,600,000,000 three-year re-
armament programme, officialg
told Reuter today. Agreement

was reached during the five-day
visit here of the British Minister
Economie Affairs Hugh
a~whn was due to leave
' for Ottawa later today.
—Reuter.



| SHAH OF PERSIA
| WILL MARRY DEC. 27
TEHERAN, Oct

The Shah of Persia and
year-old Soraya Esfandiari

12
18-
will

be married on December 27, it
was officially announced here
| today. The date coincides with

Vatican sources said that ae-| the birthday of Prophet Moham-

sources added,

cerding to reports reaching them
vem Caechuslovakia the train car-

ying the m...u. was ciuppeda at
ight iv uw \aysiue stario

Police s\.aved boarle. Co p.c..in
monks among the group the

Then they stamped a number on

the leg of each deportee with a

branding iron it was alleged. At

dawn the train moved on. Nothing

had since been heard of the monks





22 LEPERS
RECAPTURED

ATHENS, Oct. 12
Cretan poliee have recaptured
22 of an unknown number of
lepers who left their colony on
Spinalonga peninsu‘a northeast of
Crete yesterday to complain of

neglect

The lepers representing 250 on
Sp'nalonga protested to the town
at Aya Marina that
they had no doctors or nurses tc
care for them and that they had
not received their government al
lowance of six shillings each a day
since last July

Later a Health Ministry spokes~
man in Athens said that doctors
and money had been sent to the
coiony, one of two main ones in
Greece —Reuter



Israeli President

Returns Home

TEL-A-VIV, Oct. 12.
Dr. Chaim Weizmann, President
of Israel arrived at Lydda airport |
today on his return from a three
months stay in Switzerland and
Franee for his health. He left at
once for his home. —Reuter

gotiators feel they are in a seen
position.” j

a Joint’s statement thar)
“during the next few months it:
seems unlikely Argentina will be!
able to earn enough current ster-!
ling to pay for even her essential
sterling needs,” the Manchester
Guardian continued, “As to meat,

tained at least into the new year
| “The Argentine however also dc
| not seem to be in a hurry to com2
| to terms. The recent dollar loan
|has eased their financial difficul-
| tles, and they have been able to
}sell much of their own scanty
| meat surpluses in various parts of
| the world, So there is no fign
that efther side will move.

“Meanwhile the Argentine Gov-
,ermment’s business methods do
| nothing to improve the two coun-
tries’ relations.—Reuter

the sources said,







| ration can be comfortably main- }
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—Reuter.

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ALWAYS
FRESH

' med. The 3l-year-old Shah
Mohammed Reza was ceremon-
iously betrothed to the girl
yesterday —Reuter.

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HOSE of you who missed the
one act plays which were
sponsored by the Barbados Dram-
atic Club, will have another op-
portunity of seeing one of them
performed at the Drill Hall to-
morrow evening at 5 o’clock, when
the Girls Friendly Society Com-
mittee put on two hours of enter-
tainment including films of the
Society, cartoons and shorts.
His Excellency the Governor
and Mrs. Savage have promised
to attend.

Arrived Yesterday

R. AND MRS. James R. Crowe

arrived from Venezuela yes-
terday morning via Trinidad by
B.W.LA. Here for about ten days,
they are guests at the Marine
Hotel.

Mr. Crowe who is from Houston,
Texas, has been living in Vene-
zuela for about four years. He is
with the Socony Vacuum Oil Co.
in Guico.

They were accompanied by their
two children, Rory-An and Rone—
Lee.

Were Staying at Four Winds

RS...MARCELLE WARREN
and her two children, who

have been holidaying at Four Co.

Winds, St. Peter, returned to Vene-
zuela — yesterday morning by
B.W.LA.

Mr. Warren who was also holi-
daying here has already returned.

The Speaker Leaves
IS Honour Mr. K. N. R. Hus-
bands, Speaker of the House
of Assembly and Mrs. Husbands
left yesterday afternoon by
B.W.LA. intransit to the U.K. via
Trinidad.
Mr. Husbands will represent
Barbados at the opening of the
new House of Commons.

For Barbados Holiday
RS. ELVIRA HUGGINS and
her daughter Joan arrived
from Trinidad yesterday morning
by B.W.LA., to spend two weeks’
vacation, staying at the Hotel
Royal.

U.S. Vice-Consul Returns

From Short Visit

R. A. V. NYREN, America.

Vice Consul here returnea

from a tweélve-day trip to Antigua,

Montserrat and St. Kitts yesterday
afternoon by B.W.LA,

Holidaying With Parents
RS. A. I. ROCK and hei
daughter Annette were among

the passengers leaving by B.W.1.A.

yesterday afternoon, to spend three
weeks’ holiday in Grenada,

She will be staying with her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. Hosten
in St. Paul’s. Mr. Rock hopes to
follow for the last week of their
holiday,



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“What DON’T you know
about iron and steel?”



Ran Against Herb McKenley

RRIVING from Trinidad yes-—
terday by B.W.LA. were

Mr. and Mrs. Norman Rucks who
have just returned from a holiday
in the U.S. and are en route to
Venezuela, Mr. Rucks has been
in Venezuela for about two years,
where he is a Geologist with the
Venezuela Atiantic Refining Oil

In 1948 Mr, Rucks, who at that
time was a well known U.S.
athiete ran against Herb’ Mc
Kenley the Jamaica and. WI.
quarter-mile champion in the
Olympic Trials of that year.

Mr. and Mrs. Rucks hope to
be here for about three weeks
before they return to Venezuela.

Just Four Days
P*FOR ABOUT four days
from Trinidad is Mr. Ben
Laughlin who arrived by
B.W.LA. yesterday morning. Mr.
Laughlin is staying with Mr.
Stanley Dalgleish, Manager of the
Royal Bank of Canada and Mrs.
Daigieish during his short stay
here.

Cousins
R. JOHN TRIM after five
. weeks’ holiday in Barbados
returned to B.G, yesterday after-
noon by B.W.LA.

While he was waiting for the
*plane at Seawell there must
have been at least half a dozen
people who asked him if he was
the B.G. fast bowler.

Mr. Trim is a cousin of John
the bowler, and is a schoolmaster
in Berbice.

Schoolmaster’s WifeArrives

RS. PAULINE RICE, wife of
Mr. Jimmy Rice, the new
History Master at Harrison Col-
‘ege arrived here yesterday by
B.W.LA. After travelling from
Ireland to Jamaica by sea, she
flew the rest of the way via
Trinidad.
Mr. Rice was at the airport to|
meet her.
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Atter a while the little boat chat
has brought them so far reaches the
edge of the beach and Koko, leap-
ing ashore, takes the rope and pulls
it up. A tow of anxious black faces
watch from behind a rock until their

leader helps Rupert on to dry land.

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him ib every friendly sign, all
chattering and laughing together.
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Sulphone
Remedy Cures
79 Lepers

PRETORIA, South Africa.

Sixteen Europeans and 63
natives have been cured of what
was regarded until a few years
ago as an incurable type of leprosy.

After leagthy treatment with a
sulphone drug, the patients were
discharged recently from a South,
African leper institution.

United States scientists, experi-
menting with sulphone as a treat-
ment for tuberculosis, accidentally
discovered that the drug reacted
against leprosy’ Baeilli, Two sul-
phones have been used during the
jast five or six years at the public
leprosarium in Carville, La., and
a number of cures have resulted.

Soon after its discovery the drug
was tested in South Africa. The
patients recently discharged were
the first to undergo treatment.

One of them had entered the
institution when he was 28-years-
old. At the time he was a farmer
in the Free State, with a wife and
children

Hopeless Case

His case was regarded as hope-
less. “The only thing we could
still do for him was to fill in the
date on a death certificate,” said
one of the health officers at the
institution.

When he was given the new
drug he responded imni diately
and after four years of ti.e tregt-
ment was told that he was —w
and could go home.

Another of the discharged as
tients is a married women with}
three children. When she entered |
the institution three-and-a-half!
years ago, her eyes were affected. |

“To-day I can read,” she said.!
Her face has improved remarkably
and there is a healthy red glow
where formerly marks had been.

She had to point out her slight
deformity before it became notice- |
able.

It was also difficult to distin-,
guish the other discharged patients |
from people who had always been |
normal and healthy.

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Russia Will Launch ,

New ‘Peace Tactics’
EXPERTS BELIEVE

LAKE SUCCESS, Oct. 11.
Western diplomats here today
believed that Russia is ready to
launch new “peace tactics’ to
divert attention from Acheson’s
attempts to strengthen the United
Nations Assembly
Soviet Foreign Minister Vyshin-
sky gave notice in the Political
Committee yesterday that he
would propose Big Power talks on
collective security.
Western delegates think this
may be a manoeuver to move
political balance from the Assem-
bly to the hands of the powers.
The plan of Secretary of State
Dean Acheson now betore the
Assembly is designed to give the
Assembly of 60 nations the means
to counter aggression if
Security Council cannot act.
—Reuter.

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CHICAGO.

Lipstick for men is reecommend-
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preventative for cancer,

Dr. Herbert R. Rattner, profes-
sor of dermatology at Northeast-
ern University Medical School,
said:

“Cancer of the lip rarely occurs
in women but is fairly frequent
among men. There's good reason
to believe that lipstick does more
than just adorn.

“It has
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As if Steel Bills and things were not

confronted by a delegation of

Austria Protests
Against Russian

Interference

VIENNA, Oct. 11.

The Austrian Cabinet decided
today to send a new protest note
to the Russian High Commissioner
objecting to continued Russian
interference in Austria’s internal
affairs.

The official communique said
that Russian authorities had in-
terfered to prevent the dismissal
and trial of people involved in
illegal acts committed during the
recent strike attempt.

Austrian authorities have been
ordered to collect full details of
such interference and to insist on
a written order from local Soviet
authorities in all such _ cases
Chancellor Dr. Figl told the Cab-
inet today that the Soviet Deputy
High Commissioner admitted re-
cently that questions of person-
nel are purely an Austrian affair.

—Reuter.



The Weather

TODAY
Sun Rises: 5.48 a.m.
Sun Sets: 5.44 p.m.
Mcon (First Quarter)
October 18
Lighting: 6 p.m
YESTERDAY
ayer (Codrington)

zoe for month to yesterday
4.43 ins

‘Temperature (Max.) 76.0° F

Temperature (Min.) 71.0° F

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

Wind Velocity 5 miles per
hour

Barometer (9 a.m.) 29.955
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Govt. Representatives
To Nursing Council

(From Our Own Correspondent)

PORT-OF-SPAIN.

Dr. A. A. Peat, Director of
Medical Services in Trinidad,
and Mrs. H. Biddlecom, Senio~

Nursing sister at the Port-of-
Spain Colonial Hospital have been
chosen as Government represen—
tatives on the Nursing Council
which will be established shortly
in Trinidad.

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| US, Russia Continue
Japanese Peace
Treaty Talks

WASHINGTON, Oct. 11,

Secretary of State, Dean Ache-
son said today that the United
States was discussing the pro-
posal for a Japanese peace treaty
| with representatives of the Soviet
Union and other members of the
Far Eastern Commission.

With the authority of President
Truman the United States delega-
tion to the United Nations General
Assembly was engaged in these
talks, he said,

Acheson told his weekly Press
conference that John Foster
Dulles, Republican member of the
United States’ delegation, had
been pushing ahead with conver-
sations during the United Nations
General Assembly meetings in
New York.

He had spoken with representa-
tives of Russia and other mem-
bers of the Far Eastern Commis-
sion.



—Reuter.

Electronic
Totalisator

| WELLINGTON, N.Z.

} Features developed in wartime
radar research are incorporated
in an electronic totalisator in-
vented by Auckland engineers and



demonstrated to parliamentarians,
police research workers, clergy
and the judiciary this week.
julse represents a bet on a horse
the counting unit reckons
at speeds of up to 200,000 im-
pulses per second. The inventors
dlaim that the machine would en-
able bets to be laid at agencies
throughout the Dominion right up
\to the time the course totalisators
| close, instead of an hour or more
before.



BARBADOS ADVOCATE

S$ reported that on their way

Indian Leader
Dies In B.G.

(From Our Own Correspondent)
GEORGETOWN, Oct. 12.

Members of Government de-
partments and many religious de-
nominations and representatives
of all sections of the community
joined in the funeral service this
afternoon for Pandit Ramsaroop
Maraj, M.B.E., age 61,

Pandit, who died from a heart
attack, was trustee of the Hindu
Religious Society and founder of
the Dharam Sala Poor House. He
bs od called Saint Francis of British

uiana and honoured with the
M.B.E. for social welfare work.

Mother Of 9 In B.G.
Expecting Quads

{From Our Own Correspondent)
GEORGETOWN.
Doctors at the Public Hospital
are preparing for the day when
37-year old Agatha Sulton of
Plaisance Village, Bast Coast,
Demerara, will give birth to quads.



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X-ray examinations disclose that |

all is going well, and if there are
no mishaps Mrs. Sulton will be
the first woman in British Guiana
to give birth to quadruplets.

With the birth of all four chil-
dren alive, Mrs, Sulton will be-
come the mother of 13 children,
seven of whor are now alive.

At the Maternity Ward at the
Georgetown Hospital she is the
most important patient today, and
the Director of Medical Services
has given the go-ahead signal to
the surgeons and doctors to do
everything possible to ensure safe
delivery, alive. Special drugs anc
special diets are being provided,
and the doctors have expressed
eonfidence that all will be well
for mother and children.

Philip Sulton, the father, is a
labourer at Plantation Ogle, and
his wife is just four feet nine
inches.

BAO DAI GOING BACK ABDULLAH'S CABINET
H RESIGNS

CANNES, Oct. 11,

Emperor Bao Dai head of the!
state of Vietnam said here to-day
he will return to his
“without delay”. Bao Dai’s formal
announcement did not indicate
when he would leave. He said,
Vietnam “has become the seat of
events liable to threaten inter-
national peace and security.”
—Reuter.

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AMMAN, ENS. Oct. 12
1 King Abdullah of Jordan has
accepted the resignation of his
Cabinet it was officially announced
here to-day.

He authorised former premier
Said Passa Mufti to form a new
Government the composition of
which is expected to be announced
next Sunday.

—Reuter.

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PORT -OF-SPAIN,
One of the most important
cbjects of the Society is to help a
Harrisonian in the Colony to send

one of his sons to Harrison Colleg
in Barbados”, stated Capt. H A.
Thorne, Chairman of the annual
dinner of the Old Harrisonians,
Society of Trinidad, held at San
Fernando on Saturday evening

Mr.W. D. Issac, said that the
College, which enjoyed such a
splendid record in the past, wos
again showing rapid signs of pro-
@ress under its new Principal
He was toasting the College, He
stated that he received the new
a few days awo that the new Prin
cipal Had done a great deal of
work in his short period at the
College and was deserving much

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Election Battle
Begun For Trinidad |
| Borough Councils

| (From Our Own Correspondent

PORT-OF-SPAIN

Another woman is expected
join. the election battle for tn
vacant seats on the Arinu
Borough Council. .She is Mrs

Andrea Coryat. The other
Councillor Louisa D’Orcy Cezair,
one of the outgeing members.

The Trinided Labour Party
has -announced that they are de-
termined to capture the vacant
seats at Arima, and for that
purpose have nominated Coun-
cillor Hugh Lee King, one of the
outgoing candidates, and Mr.
Vitalis Douen. In the mext few
| days, this party is going to launch
a wholesale campaign.

San Fernando is also having
its election fight. Butlerites in
that area, are reported to be
; |} entering a candidate tor one ot
the three seats to be filled in
November, The party is consi!
ering the possibility of entering
Miss Christine Lewis, but her
name is not on the burgess list

Eight candidates are contesting
three seats; two among them,
being outgoing members, Coun-
cillor Beryl Archbald—Crichlow,
Deputy Mayor of San Fernando,
and Councillor Jack Kelshal)

Among others contesting the
seats are Mr. Hugh 6b. Webster,
who has been trying for some
years to capture a seat, Mr. Elton
Richards, a former Councillor
who is trying for a comeback;
Mr. Herman Pickerin=, Mr. Ken
Cooper and Mr. Cecil Gittens
all new-—comers,

For the Port-of-Spain_ City
elections, to be held on November
3, Mr. Herman Scott, President
of the Upper Laventille Weltar
Association, Port—of-Spain,

j standing as a candidate for the
| South -eastern-ward. Mr Bert
ram Dufont, physiotherapist, and
Mr. David Durham, city busines

man, are contesting the seat i}
the southern ward

Floating Corpse” Case
For Retrial Next Week

(From UOur Own Correspondent)

PORT-OF-SPAIN,
Four new lawyers ave engaged
in the “Ploating Cerpse” retrial
which begins next week Fouw
men along with “Trinidad’s Blox
Beard”, Boysie Singh, are being
retried for the murder of Philbert
Peyson one ni&ght in April this



the Science
Department of the Colony on a
sound footing.

Mr. W. K. Fergusson and Capt

Thorne toasted the visitors,
Mr. E. L. Cozier stated that
Harrisonians in England were

keeping their end up extremely
well and were kept in touch with
the student movement in the
West Indies. He mentioned that
Goddard and Walcott, old Har-
risonians, and Worrell, captured
the love of every one wherever
they went in England during the
cricket tour.

Several prominent
attended the dinner.

Barbadians



WOMAN ROBBED:
HOUSE BURNT

(From Our Own Carrespondent)

PORT-OF-SPAIN.
Frances Smith, a 67-year-old
woman from Plymouth, Tobago,
is now a patient in the Hospital at
Tobago. Her condition is serious.
On Saturday night, she was at-

tacked by a man seeking shelter }
from the rain, and was robbed of }
Her house was also |] ‘
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A taxi driver, }j

$200 in cash,
completely destroyed by fire.
Smith lived alone.
saw the fire and took her to the
hospital. Though in a bad con-
dition, and bathed in blood, she
was able to give a statement to the
police. She had, previously to this
attack, made a report that her dog
was poisoned, and that many of
her fowls had been stolen.

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Friday, October 13, 1950



COMMERCE

THERE are in every community insti-
tutions other than those of the Government
which have been founded by private indi-
viduals in the interests of the country and
without whose assistance the administra-
tion of government would be a much more
difficult task. Such an institution the
Barbados Chamber of Commerce.

is

The Chamber of Commerce was founded
in 1825 with the specific object of “estab-
lishing and preserving uniformity of com-
mercial practices, maintaining just and
equitable principles in trade, settling and
adjusting controversies and differences on
matters of trade, promoting and fostering
all measures appertaining to trade and
commerce, and doing such other things as
may be conducive to the extension of trade,
commerce, or industries, or incidental to
the attainments of the above objects.”

After 125 years of existence the Barba-
dos Chamber of Commerce has a member-
ship of 147 who are responsible for the
direction of trade and to whose business
activities it is mainly due that the Gov-
ernment now collects thousands of pounds
on taxation in one form or another and
employment for thousands of people is
found. On more than one occasion in the
past the Government has had to rely on the
assistance of the Chamber for the carrying
out of programmes, failure of which would
have ruined the economy of the island.
In the recent past when readjustments in
trade policy and the maintenance of con-
trols on trade were desired by the Colonial
Office, and when the people of this island
protested that they were being made dupes
for the purpose of sustaining British Export
Trade at a particular level, it was to the
Chamber of Commerce that the Govern-
ment sent its Acting Colonial Secretary not
merely to explain but to seek support for
the continuance of an objectionable policy.

The merchants, for it is they who com-
prise the Chamber of Commerce, with the
full realisation that the continuance of that
policy would hamper trade and restrict
profits, gave as far as was possible, support
in order to prevent any embarrassment of
the Government or the Colonial Office.
When shipping in the West Indies became
difficult and the Colonial Office informed .
West Indian Governments that there could
be no control of shipping companies, it was
the members of the Chamber who protested
but also encouraged other shipping and air-
line companies to come in,

The ultimate interest of the Government
and the Chamber of Commerce are bound
to be the same. The good and well-being
of this community is the greatest service
which these two can render. The means of
achieving this end cannot always be the
same and there are times when the meth-
ods employed by each will appear to clash
with that of the other, but close examin-
ation will disclose an identity of aims.

Two communications recently from the
Chamber to the Government have been
handled in a manner which indicates dis-
courtesy on the part of the Government
and one member pointed out that little
(notice was taken of suggestions from the
Chamber. In one instance the Chamber en-
quired of the Government as to the pro-
posal to establish a Deep Water Harbour.
The letter was acknowledged but no fur-
ther information vouchsafed. In the change
over from lighterage and other methods
which make the handling of cargo at this
port the most expensive in the world, it is
the members of the Chamber of Commerce
whose financial and other interests are
likely to suffer. And they are entitled to
know beforehand what to expect.

In the matter of the granting of a public
holiday on the occasion of the return of
the West Indies Cricket Team of 1950, pru-
dence dictated that, after one closing day,
Sunday had been followed by a Bank-
Holiday, (the first Monday in October) any

holiday should have been a half holiday if

not conveniently postponed. The objections
of the Chamber were not merely that busi-
ness would suffer but that thousands of
people who had not prepared for the long
closing period would suffer materially, as
they did, If the Chamber had been con-
sulted they would have been able to point
out that there should be some amendment
of the programme of celebration.

If Barbados is to maintain its relatively
high standards of living and at the same
time to develop a healthy economy there
must be co-operation between those who

rovide money and those who spend it.
t is no sign of health that there should be
misunderstanding between the Govern-
ment and a Chamber of Commerce which
has served Barhados well. The appeal by
Mr. Lucie Smith that the Chamber of Com-
merce should be fully representative and
that any necessary adjustments should be
made to achieve wider representation is in-
dicative of a willingness on the part of the
Chamber to do its part in the interests of
the people of Barbados, Because orly where
there is harmony between Government and
Commerce can there be expansion of trade
and an increase in employment.

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AND SO SAY ALL OF US...

“I don’t care

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what — colons i is,



What of the
People ?...3

BARBADOS ADVOCATE

by GuLEet



like

see it.”
London Express Service

wo

Without It You Get Nowhere=
BLAT (it Rhymes With GLU T)

YOU will not find the word
‘Blat” in any'Russian dictionary.
Not even in Boyanus and Miller’s
fussian—English Dictionary which
is published in Moscow.

But Blat (it rhymes with “glut’)
is what it takes in the Soviet
Union today, It even takes Blat
to buy a copy. of the dictionary.
For like almost all books, copies
are scarce.

If you have Blat with the head
saleswoman in the State-owned
»ookshop selling the dictionary,
she may be prepared to put a

'copy aside for you when the next
delivery comes in.

Better still, perhaps you have
Elat with one of the directors of

the dictionary. Then he will fix
it for you to get one. But if you
have no direct Blat with any of
the people immediately concerned
with the allocation of dictionaries,
then the next best thing is to have
Blat with someone who has.

Your Blat, of course consists in
rendering this person a_ service,
Maybe your trade group has a
canteen which can supply some—
thing he cannot get from his.

Or perhaps you know one of the
pilots of the Moscow—Prague air
service, who can bring something
from Prague which your friend
badly wants (You would need
considerable Blat with the pilot
though for this.)

Anyhow, this service which you
render your friend will induce
him to render a service to the
saleswoman or-director which will
cause them in their turn to be
forthcoming with the dictionary
for you,

That is Blat. In English we
would probably call it “pull.”

Old-boy network

If you have not got Blat in the
great Soviet cemocracy, you will
have a hard lite indeed.

For here the Socialist plan has
been realised. The means of
production and distribution and
exchange have passed under the
control of the State, and that
means the old-boy network of
| bureaucrats and party _ privili-
jaentsia,

It is Blat that helps the
factory managers to earn bonuses
ior fulfilling their production plan
and bigger ones still for exceed-
ing it. Blat will enable a skilled
worker to get around the strict
works discipline regulations which
prevent a worker leaving one
factory for another.

The factory manager can only
fulfil his quota if he gets his
materials on time and lots of
them, He can only get them if he











OUR READERS

“Bisley”

“Gravesend Beach” and

To The Editor, The Advocate
SIR,—Under the above caption

for local marksmen as it weakens

your case. It is true that local
marksmen are unaccustomed to
shooting at zanges beyond 600

yards, This is also true of marks-
men in Trinidad, British Guiana
and Jamaica and these marksmen

individuals and one at each of said

Hy Sefton Delmer

has Blat and can bribe the man
who has the materials with some
extra service in return,

In almost every case, Blat is
illegal, involves the evasion of
some regulation laid down by the
party or the State.

‘Squeeze’
It has led to the spontaneous
growth of a widespread net of
bribe and squeeze which does not

confine itself to Moscow, but
flourishes even in such remote
republics as Kirghizia and
sazakhetan.

| POCKET CARTOON
| by OSBERT LANCASTER

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“Wulys beimg too stuffy—he
says 4 1 accept this seat on
the Steel Board I shall be
taking a peerage out of the
mouth of some deserving ex-
Communist {”



Pravda complains
party commitiee in Makeevka
had been shutting its eyes to
what was going on at the locai
Puteprovod Cement Factory. Atl
it cared about was that the
factory had been fulfilling its
plan, 5

The management was making
private deals in cement, says

that the

Pravda, But the committee pro—
tected the director against
criticism,

Clearly that director had Blat
but not quite enough to stave of
the reporters of Pravda.

Which shows that while you
must have Blat to live in Russia
today, you must also _ have
prudence,

Tanks, now... .

Reports of travellers recently
arrived from Russia, Soviet refu-



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yards—-one had first to

No local
shoot in the final stages.

teams

bathing huts and even the

the beaches.



shoot 7
rounds at 2, 5 and 600 yards and
10 rounds at 3, 5 and 600 yards.
marksmen qualified to

only in competition with. colonial
but also with Dominion
and Commonwealth teams; during
this period not one person has been
wounded or killed on the range.
The Barbados Aquatic Club, the

gees and repatriated German
prisoners, make it clear that the
Soviet Union's main problem is
still “Guns or Butter.”” Unfortun—
ately for the common people the
high-ups in the Kremlin have
chosen guns.

Now they ere trying to make
up for the shortages caused by
this decision.

Up to now many of the workers
in the collective farms have had
their own little bit of land whien
they cultivate when their work
for the collective is done. They
grow their own vegetables, keep
their own chickens, and a cow
and a pia or two

Some of this they sell, usually
at prices a, good deal higher than
those in the.State food shops
It is the farm wives’ bit of Bla.

But now it is to be stopped,

The collectives are being en-
larged by putting two, three or
even four collectives together,

and making them into one, The
farm workers’ own land is to be
forfeited in the process.

And So=
SUMMING UP

How, therefore, are the com-

mon people of the Soviey Union

feeling today, five years after the
war — Are they disappointed
that the hardships of war are
continuing, and thay new sacrifices
are being demanded in the name
of peace?

To get the true answer
must divide the Soviet Union in
two, For »the Easvern, Asiatic
peoples of the U.S.S.R. the post-
war outlook is one with hope for
the future,

Big industries are being built
in vheir areas—albeit by slave
labour. Airways, railways, and
canals are opening up _ their
home lands. The people of
Furopean Russia, on the other
hand have seen their standard of
living depressed to near Asiatic
levels,

The Utopian ideals which
roused them in the “twenties and
even the ‘thirties have been
degraded to tired cliches.

These cliches are hammered in
by loudspeakers blaring on the
market square.

But vhey have lost their elan
and their appeal.

All that the people in the West

have to keep them going is a
sense of permanent crisis and
emergency — against which vhere

1s no magic Blat.

London Express Service. great land are the most fortunate people on earth.”
“OARS
Eee
It may be interesting to note do this small favour for modern-
that in British Guiana a public minded youths? Many long to
road is shut to all traffic when see a daily paper, and it is a

rifle shooting is in pri
as some of our roads

closed for a short time

an effort was made in your paper iste eee ine . Range eecasions to certain bathers or I nove many look congested and
of Friday, 6th inst. to secure un- = RAS een waere tor vt bel pleasure seekers in order that a vhere is very little air. How can
pare ee a3 bo a et at carved and yet peryee. tbo Bar. pastime weien op encouraged and — pupils give their rece ats

ravese r athers nday : = ; . sponsor r wists ar = 4
heal ye et gl eae bados (Volunteers) Regiment, the Sake tear . denoted’ int Wat FOR YOUTH
parties. Police and the Barbados Rifle Incidentally it may be men- wl ;

But it is unfortunate that your Association, During this period tioned that the removal of the Helpful News
arguments included consideration many trophies have been won nst

shooting

British

have given very good account of Union Oil Company have been the uumber of practices
Chetaatyes at Bisley, : BUG STOUR tee ieee see. There will then be a

Inasmuch as the competitions Those who use the Range are also jn, ‘the efficiency in arms of those
at Bisley included two at 900 citizens who have .o oe to very persons who will be called
yards and one at 1,000 yards for consideration as those who use upon to defend the

pleasure seekers in

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spent for foreign crude cil. It will also < i

fi ihe problem of obtaining petroleum from abroad
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to vehicular traffic when there is
a meeting of the Legislature. Why
cannot a section of our beaches be

Government Range may very well
have a detrimental effect on rifle
in that it will
greater expense to say nothing
of. difficulty for members to get to
the’ new range—I can think of no
place nearer than 12 miles. Mem-
bership may decrease and so will

bathers
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ranges for teams I do not consider
the 600 yards range such a handi-
cap. The maximum number of
‘shoots’ any member of the West
Indies Team recorded at Bisley
was 23; of these seven were at 900
and 1,000 yards and sixteen at
2, 3, 5 and 600 yards

To reach the final stage in the
King’s Prize Competition—15
rounds at each of 900 and 1,000

The former use the Range hard-
ly more than 50 days in 365 and
then not for the entire day nor
is the entire Range used always
Phe latter have

the use of the
Range on the other 315 days and
on the 50 days they have the
greater part of the day as well SIR,—I am
as part of the Range at times.

Every care and precaution is taken

for safety. out the

national emergency.
‘ J. E, GRIFFITH
Newspaper Needed at

Schools
To The Editor, The Advocate
again y
plea for this paper to be read
Girls’ and Boys’
[sland

School
the School

PIPELINE
PRAIRIES

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feat OLEUM end tne ccustruction of a p_peline
| ‘rom Edmonton to Regina and tseiuc, to the
Lake Superior are essential tociors
{an preparedness program, the Ri
t:owe, Minister of Trade and Cc
| last Wednesday im the Alberta c¢
alve was turned to start

f Saskatchewan,

nore
in the Cana-
ht Hen. C. D,
1erce, Geclarid
pital. where «
the fluw of oil to the
ipital of 450 miles away, This
| venture will reduce the drain on the e el
‘anada by at least $150,000.000 a year that is bein,
diminisa







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in time cf war,
to obtain.

when petroleum is usualiy difficult

Mr. Howe explained that the event at which he
was Officiating was of the first order, but it was
only the initial chapter in the story. ‘Before
many months go by, this pipe line will have been
extended to the nearest tip of Lake Superior,” he
said, “a distance of nearly 1,200 miles. After that,
\lberta, rather than the United States, will be
je major source of supply for petroleum products

insumed in the province of Ontario. This pipe
ne is not only a new unit in the transportation

stem of Canada, but fits construction is a vivid

mbol of the spirit of enterprise that
wkground for our expanding economy.”

forms a

3ut Zor new discoveries of petroleum in the
icinity of Edmonton, the interprovincial pipe line
ould rot have been built, the Minister pointed

ut, and its construction was an indication of the

mfidence of the oil industry .in the abundant
*sources of Alberta. Engineering studies on the

ibject were undertaken in the latter part of 1948,
iciuding possible maximum through-puts, the
fect of varying temperatures on the viscosity of
rude, and the pressure drop per mile in pipe of
arious diameters.

Canadian Materiais

Largely Used

urposes. In exchange for this plate, the Steel
“Company of Canada agreed to release from its
Hamilton plant enough special pipe line steel plate
to allow Page-Hersey Tubes Limited to produce a
large portion of the required steel pipe. Custom-
ers who would, otherwise have used that special
plate agreed to the slight inconvenience, and were
orotected against any increase cost by the pipe
‘ine company.

“Page-Hersey Tubes Limited built a new roll-
ing mill at Welland, Ont., for making pipe up to
16 inches in diameter, representing an investment
of $5,000,000. About 178,000 tons of high-test steel
went into the construction of the pipe line. Con-
tractors on the two Canadian divisions have bet-
tered the work schedule of 150 days by more than
a week,” Mr, Howe continued. “Larger and longer
pipe lines have been built, but not in that limited
work schedule, The completion of the pipe line in
that period makes it the fastest major undertaking
of its kind; accomplished despite a national railway
strike, floods. in Manitoba
weather conditions”.

— OO

and. difficult. spring

Pipe Line Will Hold 1,806,000 Barrels of Crude

Six storage tanks at the Edmonton pump station
will hold 140,000 barrels each, for an aggregate of
840,000 barrels, while twelve at Superior will hold
150,000 barrels each, for an aggregate of 1,800,000
barrels, and about 1,800,000 barrels of crude will

, be required to fill the pipe line between Edmonton

| and Superior, It will take about 25 days for a barrel

| cf oil to move from Edmonton to Superior, travel-

j ting at approximately two miles an hour. Land
agents negotiated with about 2,500 owners of land
to obtain written permission for construction of the
pipe line across their fields.

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Six pumping stations are still under construction
at Edmonton, Alta., Kerrobert and Regina, Sask.,
Cromer and Gretha, Man., and Clearbrook, Min-

| Nesota. These will pump crude oil through the
' system at a rate of 95,000 barrels daily out of Ed-
monton and 70,000 barrels daily east of Regina.
Deliveries to Superior in summer months will
amount to approximately 55,000 barrels, per day.

The two largest Canadian tankers on the Great
Lakes will start moving crude oil from Superior
to Sarnia, Ont., when navigation opens next spring.
Che M.V. Imperial Redwater and Imperial Leduc,
named for Alberta oilfields from which petroleum

| is being obtained are under construction at Port
, Arthur and Collingwood, Ont., respectively, and
| will be launched in October and November. Each
' tanker will be 620 feet long, 68 feet wide and will

panty 115,000 barrels of crude.

| “I wonder how many Canadians have an appre-
| ciation of the present rate of growth of our Can-
}adian economy,” Mr Howe said in conclusion

“Those attending this ceremony will have an ap-
preciation cf one gigantic project now nearing com

pletion. Others will understand the impact of the
great iron ore and titanium projects now being
developed in Northern Quebec. Others are aware
of the development of iron ore in Ontario. ‘Those
| visiting the West Coast will know about the new





pulp mills and other spectacular developments ii
that area. I wish that every Canadian citizen cculd
have my opportunities of travelling about Canada
and thus becoming familiar with the great devel-
| opments now under way. This is no country fo
pessimists. Those of us privileged to live in thi



gress just
are closed

great encourager

If we are to have so much edu-
the
are

cation, we must get after
schools and see that they

on certain healthy and comfortable.

e
To The Editor, The Advocate

SIR,—Your leading article “Bad
Manners”, is well-written and
should be well read.

mean

I am very thankful to read
vhat Mr. Blackburne, Antigua’s
Governor is a worthy product of
the Colonial Service, etc.

It is not only a blot, but a dis-
grace on the West Indies in gen-
eral.

falling off

and
local or
When this display of bad man-
ners, and conduct is encouraged,
it just drags the West Indies back-
ward. As Lord Nelson said, “The
West Indies is the place for hon-
our’, and those who disgrace it
will eveniually be found out.
Truth

oo at Shines!
through- RESENTFUL

! ACROSS |

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As Minister of Trade and Commerce, I was in-
erested in obtaining a maximum of materials for
he project of Canadian or British origin, as means
f helping with our dcute United States dollar
roblem of that day. To this end, the Interprovin-
ial Pipe Line Company gave its full co-operation.

am happy to say that the pipe line is built of
‘anadian materials and by Canadian workmanship
o the extent that procurement in Canada was
ound possible.

“The location of the required tonnage of steel
esulted in interesting examples of co-operation
imong steel manufacturers in different countries,
ind the customers who depend on them for steel.
sritish manufacturers agreed to ship 30,000 to
‘0,000 tons of plate to Canada, which was not
uitable for pipe rolling but satisfactory for other





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1950

BARBADOS ADVOCATE





Eyewitness Account Of |New PMQO’s Quarters Depend Heavy Rains
On Niblock’s Decision

Blackburne

CAPT. JACK
Advocate yesterday an
monsirations against the

Sunday.
plane on his way to Trin

Cycle, Car
Collide

With Police Umbrella



WIGLEY,
eyewitness



‘Welcome’

St.

’s
of Kitts gave
Governor of
idad.

. On
Mr.

Sunday Capt. Wigley sai

airport «in St. Kitts, by man:

Ccvernr Officials and s 1 \
vernment cials an _ More Baths,

cf the responsible element of thi
community
M Blackburne

Mir.
guard of honour

inspected
cf about 2

the airport,
| Gevernment

and was driven

HE POLICE UMBRELLA at| Mr Burroughes, in the Adminis
the corner cf Prince William} Gretna) SAK.
Henry and broad Streets, was}

knocked away yesterday morning, |

This happened after an accident
cecurred Between a bicycle owned
and ridden by Vernon Yarde of
Government Hill, with Vernon
Price of Hindsbury Road on the
bar, and motor car X—1252, owned
by Austin Gill of Seawell Airport.
As soon as the box was struck
the Constable on point duty jump-

ed away and was not injured.
traffic offences

Or THE TEN
recorded in the Police Re-

ports yesterday only one motorist
was charged with exceeding the
speed limit. Four others were
charged for not stopping at major
roads and one for driving without
reasonable care and attention.

Two were warned for parking
in restricted areas and another
two for not complying with traffic
signals.

HIEVES in the Fontabelie
area removed a car battery
from the motor car of Robert Har-
rison while the car was parked at!
M. L. Harrison’s Garage at Fonta-|
belle on Wednesday. |

HILE TIMOTHY REID of

; Green Hill, St. Michael, was
lying on a bed at the General Hos-
pital, a thief entered his home and
removed a trunk containing cloth-
ing.

Perhaps the weight of the trunk
was too much as it was later found
in a cane field at the rear of Reid’s
residence.

This occurred between 8.35 a.m.
and noon on Wednesday and was





reported by Hilda Worrell of
Green Hill.

N ACCIDENT occurred at

Upper Collymore Rock at

about 7 p.m. on Wednesday be-
tween motor car M—1368, owned
hy Stanley Sealy of Belmont Road
and driven by Cuthbert Downes
of Barbarees Hill, and a bicycle
cwned and ridden by Ashton God-
dard of Lower Bay Street.

Kerine Davis, a pedestrian, of
Sargeants Village, was also in-
volved in this accident. She was
treated by Dr. Skinner for injuries
and discharged.

Goddard was taken, to the Gen-

eral Hospital, suffering from in-}
juries, and detained. :
OYS AND GIRLS from the

Government Industrial School
were brought to the City yesterday
to see the film “Hamlet” which
has now been running at the
Globe Theatre for 14 days.

These were not the only chil-
dren to see the film. Others came
from all over the island and the}
theatre was packed.

Nearly a dozen lorries, which
brought the children to the City,
were lined up along Roebuck
Street until the show was over.

FTHE MOBILE CINEMA will

give their final performance
for the week at 8 o’clock tonight
at Lancaster Plantation yard
This show is for the benefit of}
residents of the Lancaster area of,
St. James.

HE USUAL fortnightly Friday
night Police. Band Concert
et the Hastings Rocks will take}

place at 8 o’clock tonight,
The programme is as follows:

MARCH MEDLEY—Steps of Glory
—Winter
OVERTURE — Zampa Herold
FANTASIA—Classical Memories
-—Ew wigs
VIENNESE VALSE—The Emperor
Strauss
SELECTION—The Country Girl 4
—Monckton
CELEBRE—Meditation (Ave Maria)
By request.... Gounod-Bach
SCOTTISH PATROL—Wee

MacGregor



—Amers
MUSICAL PLAY—The New Moon .
—Romberg
DANCE MEDLEY—On with the dance}
Selected
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FIREMEN GO
TO E. AFRICA

Four firemen and_ trimmers
left the island yesterday evening
by the Harrison liner “Moon-
crest” bound for the U.K.

They wil) join another Har-
rison ship the U.K. which
is expected make a trip to
East Africa.

The men were selected locally

in
to

The “Mooncrest” loaded here
a cargo of molasses, rum and
tamarinds for the U.K.

BOUND OVER

DAVID WAITHE of Hamiett’s
Land, Hindsbury Road, was yes-
terday bound over to keep the
peace for three months in the sum
of £1, by City Police Magistrate
Mr. H. A. Talma for black-guard-
ing on School Gap, Hindsbury
Road. The offence was committed
on August 12.



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fion, K, W. BLACKBURNF

Some five thousand people
thronged the streets of Basseterre,
which lies one mile from the air-
port. In command was Mr.
Bradshaw, first elected member of
the St. Kitts Legislative Council
and President of the St. Kitts
Trades and Labour Union; deter-
mined to see

the
account of the de-
the Leewards on
Capt. Wigley was passing through Barbados by

Blackburne was met at the










members of the Defence Force at
to:
House accompanied
| by the Administrator of St. Kitts

that his orders forjin a Court of Error case which

dj ously decided to do.





y
yesterday.
woud cost $15,480.

Mr.



‘| Latrines —

| over

Considered |

“Glendale”
after the sale.

— k pa medical officer remaining at When the “Advocate” visited
# hot eens a eae Glendale” until the building|the school yesterday, most o
yesterday considered the grection | a completed: joi ” Sai Satie nn toes
of a Communal Latrine at tha aan ia ae solicitors, how-| ¢duipment were removed to the

Reef Grounds and after some
discussion, decided to get in touch
with the Acting Director of Med-
ical Services in connection with
the matter.

The Board considered the
Chief Sanitary Inspector’s Report
ue oe of bath sites at
Pritton’s il! and Hothersal! draw ‘ i ‘
Turnimg and decided to start, halt. rg to eee wa
negotiations immediately with Legislature, The petition woud
reference te the site recommended be requesting permission er

at Britton’s Hill ili i
. i utilize the funds derived trom@th.
pica —. ee Mr. | sale of “Glendale” house ‘and jana
et ann, iy helde th Papa to purchase 12,000 square feet o/
Raseuare eeiadente e em land at Edchill Plantation, and
ROT te te ca ; and the erect a building there to be tse:
+d, post of sub Sani- | as new parochial medical officer's
ve Inspector. | residence
Picci Cre ec ars ne The Vestry had decided to sel!
aticat of thea Seana ae at | Glendale” und build the new
Wilfred Catwer > o Y. | quarters. To carry forward these
as Messenger in! plans they had been seeking io

successi iah | ;
whe oy ws John Massiah | make a contract with a building

livered
ment or rent would ‘be charged.

Petition
If Mr. Niblock holds to the old
agreements,

then authorise their solici ors to



Ae , contractor, buy their solici ors
ae ay "Ee ‘aie Mop. |since informed them that they \
(Chairman), Mr. Cc: B Layne. eould not make contracts except}
Hon’ble. V. C. Gale M Lc ’| for turning in water and light in;

Mr. B.A. Weatherhead, Mr. any parochial building and for

| Victor Goddard, Mr. Victor Chase | Penefit to poor relief.

and Mr. T. H. H. Wilkinson. The Vestry would, therefore

have to present a petition to the
Legislature to get permission to
use the money after the sale of
“Glendale” house and land.



Appeal Withdrawn

Reginald Eastmond, appellant

The Vestry clerk said that tne

‘welcoming’ Mr. Blackburne were|was to have oscupied the atten—| SOlicitors had informed him. that

put into effect.

However, owing |tion of His Honour the Chief . there was an Act which ¢ ved
to the great speed with which the]Sir Allan Fas gine Bb i apie aes

Collymore, yesterday,|the Vestry to sell “Glendaie” but

Administrator’s car was driven,| withdrew his appeal, and was|it did not say what could be

of tin
whistles

cans, the blowing of

had passed through streets lined
with Police. This so displeased
the rabble that Bradshaw took to
the road at the head of throngs
who earlier had maintained
some sort of order and discipline
now a rabble, swarmed up the half
mile of road to
House.

Jeering Outside Government
House

Bradshaw stopped at "the gates} magistrates to the Court of Error
of Government House, organised } after the Assistant’ Court of Ap-

a bout of booing and jeering which
could be heard all over the town.
He mounted the wall of the ceme-
tery
House and harangued the mob,
now disappointed that the rumour-
ed threat to stop the car with the
Governor had not materialised.
This accomplished tne crowds
dispersed until later that evening
when Bradshaw and others made
speeches at Warner Park, praising
the behaviour of the crowd, and
thanking his band of leaders for
their part in the day’s perform-
ance,

and the beating of drums
occurred long after the Governor eo

:}follow that advice.
Government hi

which adjoins Government{¢om, the Court of Appeal sitting

Southwell the Vice Presi-| ter’s, St. John, was fined £3 by

the ‘welcome’ fell flat, The rattle}caNed “wise” by the Chief Judge | done with the money.

The case was one of perjury,
respondent was

The clerk also told the Vestry
Alonza|that after he heard the decision
of Mr, Niblock's solicitors, he

Both men appeared without} went around to Mr. Niblock who
Counsel, but Eastmond told the] assured him that the paying of
Chief Judge that his lawyer had] rent was the idea.
advised him to withdraw the ap— Before the Vestry came to its
peal, and that he was going to|decision as to Mr. Niblock ani
the changing of the contract, Mr.
The Chief Judge told Eastmond|S, A. Walcott suggested that the
e thought he was wise to with-|new medical officer’s residence
draw the appeal. If he looked at} should be begun with the money
Section 67—68 of the Court of}jn hand, “Glendale” should
Appeal Act, said the Chief Judge.|jhen be sold at a subsequent
he would find that appeals from} period to finish the residence and
that would prevent any chance
of much rent being paid,

Mr, Sanditord said that
throughout the negotiations with
Mr. Niblock, it had always been
made abundantly clear that he
would allow them to keep “Glen-
dale’ until March 31. Mr
Niblock knew so well that the
Vestry’s funds were limited that
he had even made an additionai
offer to assist them in carrying

° nl
Fined £3 For
through their scheme. If Mr.
Niblock suddenly decided that he

Drivin
Dangerous 8 wanted immediate possession cl!

GORDON HAMPDEN of C#y- |the building, be (Mr. Sanditord)
is }did not see how they could con-

peal had tried them, could only
come on points of law.
Appea's to the Court of Error

in Original Jurisdiction, on the
other hand, could come on points
of law or fact.



dent of the Union was made aJ| Worship Mr. G. B. Griffith, Acting }tinue with their scheme.

Brigadier whilst France the Gen-} Police Magistrate of District “C”

eral Secretary was made a Lieu-
tenant.

While the so-called ‘welcome’ | J—g0 in a manner dangerous tc
for the Governor was a flop from ]|the public along Massiah Sireet,
the point_of the responsible ele-{ st, John, on September 11.

ment of St. Kitts, the conduct of

the Defence Force and the Police} esuit in two months’ imprison-

left much to be desired.

The Defence Force, some fifty
strong ordered on parade, could
muster but 27. It is understood
from the O.C. Defence Force that
no fewer than eleven members
could give no excuse at all, and
that could not possibly be accept-
ed. Of these absentees, some were

to be seen mixed up with the}|by the S.S.

‘welcome’ crowd.
As for the police, what orders
they had we do not know, but

take any action whatsoever.
Spat At Car

In full view of several police,
lining the road, a man, naked
from his waist up, his chest and
face made hideous with white
paint was allowed to dance in the
middle of the route, spitting at
one car and its occupants at least,
who were procéeding on their law-
ful business.

Another man was parading with
a placard on his back bearing the

scription, ‘“Blackburne is a dirty

It is understood that no ar-
rests were made. ;

Mr. Blackburne held a_ press
conference on Monday 9th, in
which he thanked St, Kitts for the
reception at the Airfield. He had
expected the ‘welcome’ in’ Basse-
terre. Two things, he said were
noticeable about the crowds.
Firstly their good humour and
secondly how orderly they were.

What was to be feared however
was the future, when the crowds
might get out of hand. He stated
that he sympathised with West
Indians who wished their own
Governors, but this was not the
way to go about it. Finally, Mr.
Blackburne said that for 20 years
he had worked with others to ex-
tinguish themselves, that the colo-
nies would take over their own
affairs.

Booed At Infirmary

On Tuesday, the Governor vis-
ited with the Administrator the
Infirmary. News got around, and
by tha time the Governor was
ready to go, a sizeable crowd had
assembled and proceeded to boo.
The Governor was clearly not
amused by this incident, nor later.



it] New Orleans 2,000 bundles of
seems apparent that they were|staves and 400 bundles of barrel
forbidden to make arrests and! heading.



Mr, Mahon reminded the vestry
that Mr. Niblock had not given
them any written understanding
that he had changed his agree -
ments.

The vestry then entrusted its
clerk to get a written under-
standing with Mr. Niblock.

Almshouse Fees

Mr, Reeves enquired of the
‘Vestry what became of the
money which some people who
went into the parochial almshouse
paid? He knew it went in the
hands of the parochial treasurer,
but he wanted to know what be-
came of it afterwards.

Mr. Sandiford asked whether
the parochial treasurer would
have to tell the vestry at each
meeting what he had received
or if he should do so when they
got the auditor’s account.

last Wednesday after he was
convicted of driving the motor car

Failure to pay vhe fine will

ment.



Cornmeal Comes

Some 1,846 sacks of finely
ground, yellow cornmeal arrived
in the island from New Orleans
“Libreville” yester-
day.

The ship also brought from

From Jamaica arrived supplies

of cheese, Congo peas, confec- The question was not further
tionery, tomato juice, canned) Gicoussed.
whole tomatoes, cocoa powder

Dispensary Wanted
Mr. Collins told the Vestry
that the parish should have a
dispensary. He said it had been
drawn to his attention more
forcibly when he had read ‘hat
St. James’ Vestry had voted that

and cosmetics.
The “Libreville” is expected to
leave port to day for Caripito.



What’s On Today

one should be built for that
. _m. parish.
peat, ot finginary a6 11: Mr. Walcott said that a dis-
pensary was needed in the parish
Mobile Cinema, Lancaster hut it would have to be got

Plantation Yord, St. James

a loan, therwise the,
at 7.30 p.m through a loan of wi y

would put a heavy burden on the
taxpayers. The dispensery he
said, could be built next year

Mr. Thorne said that the ves-
try had already been considering
the building of a dispensary, but
it had put off its plans because
of the Maude Report.

Mr. Collins recommended that
a committee should be formed to
review the assessments made on

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Yolice Band Concert,
Hastings Rocks at 8 p.m,



Bystanders booed him and wher
a passer-by remonstrated with
the crowd, he became the objec:
of further abuse.

On Tuesday, the Governor left
for Anguilla on the M.V. ‘Caribbee’,
to inspect the hurricane damage
there. As he was leaving the jetty,
he was once again subjected to
‘welcome’ treatment. Mr. Black-
burne, is expected back in St.
Kitts from Anguilla to-day and
will return to Antigua on Sunday.
Booing and other forms of hooli-
ganism for the simple minded are
now becoming daily occurrences,
As yet there is no malice in it
but the effect on the minds o
schoolchildren, cannot be judged
to-day, they can be seen coming
home from school, booing all re





Your’




IF MR. H. B. NIBLOCK, intended purchaser of “Glen-
dale,” the present St. Thomas Medical Officer’s quarters,
does not stick to the terms of the previous agreements for
the buying of “Glendale,” the St. Thomas Vestry will not
build a new medical officer’s quarters as they had previ-

Pal
This was agreed upon by the! Boys’
{ St. Thomas Vestry at their meeting |

The new residence
Niblock had inferred to
the Vestry that he would not take
immediately
That would have
allowed sufficient time for the
building of the new quarters, the

the Vestry clerk that
“Glendale” would have to, be de-
immediately after pay-

the Vestry would

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Rain Diseomforts
Wesley Hall Boys



The juniors of the Wesley Hall
not snug in
ther classrooms yesterday when
the rain was falling. The roof
leaked very much and prevented
them from settling dowh to their

School were
















work.

to share classrooms with

modated in the workshop,

workshop and the familiar hum
which comes from voices of a
junior school was missing.

The walls of the rooms looked
sodden, The floor was wet ana
showing mrrks of feet that were
not free trom sand. In - some
parts of the school, the ceiling
was broken and the wood work
had rotted,

The juniors of this school may
ne. have to endure such discom-
fort much longer. The House of
Assembly on Tuesday passed a
resolution for $15,000 for effect-
ing repairs to the school.

790 On Roll

The Wesley Hall Boys’ Schoo!
hes a roll call of 790 boys, 260
of whom are seniors, and 17
aesis‘ont teachers, There are 14
senior classes and 3 juniar
clesses.

At midday yesterday the ban;

the bel) meant “lunch time. *
The boys took prayers and were
then off. Some hustled through
the gate opening on to King
Street and went to their homes
others remained at the school te
buy their lunch from the travs
of some five vendors who tock
shelter under the Junior School's
shed.

The wet ground did not pre-
vent the boys from having their
fun. They ran_ races, played
cricket and other games,

£2 Or 1 Month
For Bodily Harm

A FINE of £2 was imposed yes-
terday on Neville Forde of St
Lawrence, Christ Church, for in-
flicting bodily harm on Hilda
Miller of Dover Land, Christ
Church on May 21.

The fine is to be paid within 14
days or Forde will undergo one
month’s imprisonment with hard
labour. The case was heard be-
fore City Police Magistrate Mr,
H, A. Talma.

Motorists Fined

TWO fines were imposed in
District “A” Courts yesterday on
motorists who were caught in
speed traps.

Winston Moore of Taitts Gap,
Brittons Hill, was fined £2 with
2/- costs by Mr. C, L. Walwyn,

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City Police ee for ex-
ceeding the speed limit on Colly-
more Rock on April 28. The
speed limit for that road is 20
m.p.h., while Moore was driving
the motor lorry M.1007 at 29
m.p.h. The fine is to be paid

within 14 days with the alterna-
tive of one month's hard labour.
Moore's licence is to be endorsed.

The other fine was 20/- with
an alternative of 14 days’ impris- |
onment with hard labour imposed
by Mr. E, A, McLeod on John
Williams of Foster Hall, St. Joseph.
Williams drove the motor car O. 28
along Constitution Road at 28
m.p.h, when the speed limit for
that road is 20 m.p.h. The offence
was committed on July 7.

FINED FOR DANGEROUS
DRIVING —

MR. E. A. MeLEOD, City
Police Magistrate, fined Noel
Webster of Moncrieffe, St. John
25/- with an alvernative of on
month’s imprisonment with hara
labour when he was fouiw' guilvy
of driving the motor car J-—-72 ©
September 4, along Belle Gully
in a manner dangerous to the
public.

Bodily Harm Cost £8

A FINE of £8 payable in four
equal monthly insvalments Wos
imposed on Arthur Nicholls of
Brathwa‘ts Bottom, St, Philip, bs
His Worship Mr. G. B. Griffith
Acting Police Magiscrate of Dis-
trict “C” last Wednesday to:
inflicting bodily harm
Alphonso Beckles of Society, S!
John.

Date of the offence was June 2
this year,

Some of the boys were forced

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seniors while others were accom-

on |

Fell
Yesterday

BUT NO DAMAGE

_ Heavy rain fell ail over
island on Wednesday night bu
fortunately no damage was causec









the residents in the flood areas hac
some very anxious moments, the)
told the Advocate yesterday.

There were light showers ye
terday morning and black clous
about the sky. As the day wor
on these clouds disappeared ar
the rain stopped, but it was some -
what chilly as the sun did not
make its appearance.

Pedestrians and cyclists were
determined not to be caught un-
awares in the event of a down-
pour and = raincoats, parasol:
galoshes and the like, comprise
the equipment they took with then
along the street

Broad Street, always busy, wi
affected by the gloomy weathe
and the stores had few buyer
Tt was half day for the attendant
at the stores in the other Cit: |
Streets and activity in them wa
Imost negligible

Roads Dirty

Wednesday night's rein ieft a
large amount of slush in the
coadways of the slum areas, A!
‘he Nelson and Suttle Street dis
wicts, discarded fruit, skins an,
nuts of paper mixed with mud
eft in the gutters, made the road
ery slippery,

A fruit vendor of Jessamy Lanc
old the “Advocate” yesterday
hat during the night her house
vegan to leak. She shifted he:
ew pieces of furniture from one
orner to another but it later
vegan to leak at this spot

She was of the opinion that the
etter part of the rainy season
iad passed away and for this
reason she did not have the roof
of her home repaired. Many of
the fruit which she had in her
drawing room were soaked but
he said that this, did not cause
ier much worry as the water
vould not spoil them.

A woman of the Hall's
rea said that as soon as
uw the thick dirk clouds yester
ay evening she became worried,
Although they were no reports of
a hurricane or bad weather sh
feared that it might rain consist |

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Road
she

ently. This, she said, would
.ause the water to rise to a great
height and flood her small house

Poultry Safe

Water was
but did not
she awoke

house
When
morning her
fowls and ducks were all safe
iithough a few covers to the
owl houses were washed away.
When the “Advocate” represen-
tative visited the Gully House
district a house was flat on the
ground and furniture exposed to
he sun. A woman promptly said
she was only removing and the
vind was not responsible for her
vouse being flat,
The rainfall returns, up to 6
v'elock yesterday morning,
recorded by the Police show that
the Station Hill district of St
Viichael experienced the heaviest
rainfall Three inches and 59 |
parts fell in this district. |
Other returns were: City one }
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inch, 68 parts, St. George 2 inches
32 parts, St, Philip 90 parts, St
Thomas 2 inches, 18 parts, St. |
Peter 2 inches, 4 parts, St. Joseph
2 inches, 82 parts, St. James 22 |
parts, St. John 1 inch, 57 parts |
St, Lucy 3 inches and St. Andrew
| inch, 34 parts. \

Salaries Fixed —

WHEN the Sanitary Commis- |
sioners of St. Michael were di
ussing the appointment of Inspec- |
‘ors at their meeting yesterday, |
Mr. E. V. Goddard said that he
would like it to be known to the
veneral public that the Commis- |
sioners had fixed the salarles of
inspectors with the local certificate
to begin at £150 a year and those
with the R.S.1. at £200.

He said that that was done be-
sause they wanted to attract a
better type of person, not only in-
iellectually, but from the point of
view of character.

He said that if they must have
a good parochial service general-
ly, they must get good material
rom the bottom so that when pro- |
notion came along, they would
xe able to have the best at the
op.





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taxpayers by the assessors. He
said that taxpayers were dis
satisfied with the methods of
taxation,

Mr. Collins also + enquired
whether the Chairman of the

Highways on the vestry had not
received a petition about two
years ago, signed by 27 persons,
who complained about the con-
ditions of the Mess Hill Road
and asked that the petition be
forwarded to the Government?
The roads were not repaired.







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FRIDAY, OCTOBER 1950

CLASSIFIED ADS.

I BARBADOS

ADVOCATE



PAGE SEVEN











WANTED





























12.30 o'clock. Terms Cash. {














.
. TT iw Ft ne
BS ft Tag
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TELEPHONE 2508 uELF | NOT A DUMBO—BUT | ;
— — age men | j
| ROY? PE THMERI AN :
DIED | FOR RENT “AN EXPERIENCED CASHIER re-| 5 |} ROYAL. NETHERLANDS 9 see eee ;
j . Please apply in writing to} i S rEA MS! ip ( “av eB . a “
9)! Dd . Seott & Co. Ltd. Do not send | . ~~ MID ; adar or + St
FILE—AMANDA _ AGUSTA, Aged {| —_ aiken et aa coal iv: | Gigi Salieandnis: ualewn' ecleuponetsy | | ; ; Lucia, St. Vincent, Grendtia ‘r sais
yrs., funeral will leave her late res! ! requested." j | SAILING LOM AMSTERDAM Aruba Date of Sailing to’ ;
dence, Clifton Hill, St. Thomas, this| APARTMENT At Coral Sands; ' 10,.10.50—T.F.N. | i ROTTEROAM AND ANTWER, Notified ™
evening at 3.15 for Holy Innocen Worthing, one fully furnished apart- | . mace | | Hers Sept. 28th; 30th. Oct,
ster ae a deeaiahes an ment, 3 bedrooms, silver and linen. fot | , | ra M.V. Caribbee For Dominica’
ames © iidren; Etheline ¢2 | further particulars. Dial 8134. Alma} a4 . . = SAILING FROM AMSTERDAM Antigua; St. Kitts Nevis. ao" .
$a i Thornhill = oo | inh 20.10.90--t.2.n, ° Pu a SALES | si & DOVER Montserrat, Saliing on the 20th a
iscilla orn . i eae B re September 15th October 1950 «
Grand children: Wilfred, Alva, Louis ¥YLAT — Immediate . Posssssiot ae AILING 1O TRINIDAD, PARAMARIBO ie
Elaine, Odersa, Norma and Aivine very large spacious fat on second foor | AUCTION } DEMERARA, ETC. M.V. Daerwood For &, Vin-
American papers piease copy | at No. 6 Swan St. with gallery. Very | } mas “Helena” Sept 2ist cent: St. Lucia; Grenagg, and
13.10.50—1n. | ceol and airy — Can be used for a big | \ Bonaire’ Oct. “Brd i Date of Milling. PS
office or ofiices. Fnone 3466, | SAILING TO MADEIRA, PLYMOUTH,
THANKS 6 10.10.3027 | UNDER THE SILVER ANTWEHEP AND AMSTERDAM ~ B.WL, Schooner Owners’
: ae} Willemstad” Sept. 39th Ree "
; HIGH-ROCK,—Bathsheba, St. Joseph Mena Oot 3 .
WE the undersigned beg to oe for months of November and December. | HAMMER besos ve wc * Asso. (Inc).
thanks to all those kind friends whe) 5.4), Lt t i. pase sccommodatior Tel. N > .
sent Wreaths, Cards aid sympathised e-4048 11.10.50—4n BUTTER SMe Sle eee Tel. No. 4047 ‘
with us ih our recent bereavement : ae or, By recommendations of Lloyds Agen» cei ; >
caused by the death of our dear mother eee ——— ee vo we will sell on FRIDAY 13th Oct. & ..-. red Bad a 90. LTD crc sea “
GERTRU ELIZABETH STOUTE 5885. Mrs. A. D. Herbert. Cordober, Da Costa & Co. Ltd. Warehouse Canar) 7
Mrs. Urgilla Sealy: Mrs. Dorris Scott . of. : r 10.10,.5'—-6n. Street ceremonies
Mildred, ts and Sylvia se tand | = ook 500 x 5 Ibs Tins Cooking Butter i a te oa
& grand children.) 13.10.50—In “SWANSEA” Worthin 70 x 1 tbs Tins Cooking Butter ano . .
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November. A fully furriished Buncaiow, , © * 25 Ibs Tins Cooking Butter. Sule Jana lan a iona eams Ips

FOR SALE

AUTOMOTIVE

CAR — One Siandard 6 HP. Car
perfect condition. Apply J. EB. Pierce
C/o James A. Lynch & Co. Ltd

13.10 .50—3n

CARS — 2 Vauxhali 14 Saloons. Both
Bargains. 1 Ford V-2 1940, 37,000 mules
very good condition at reasonable price.
FORT ROYAL GARAGE Ltd. Telephone
4504 13.10.5

—3n











CAR — Ford V-8 Super Deluxe, in
very good condition. Cash or terms.
G. W. Hope Cyo Water Works Office
or Telephone 3988.



10.10,50—5n.







MOTOR CYCLE — One Maitchles:, &
H.P. Motor Cycle. For | parti¢ulare:
Apply to J. A. Cheesman, Gyo Royal

Bank of Canada. 13. 10)50—3a

ELECTRICAL







ELECTRIC IRON — Century Electric
Iron. $5.00 almost néW. Owner moving
to Non Electric area. S. G. WARD
Lears, St. Michael.

15,10,.50—8n







ELECTRICAL WIRE FITTINGS:—
3:029, 7:029, 7:036, 7:044, 7:052, 7:064,
C.T.S. and V.I.R. in similar sizes
Also cord grip holders, flush and tumb-
Jer switches, joint boxes, wood blocks
and many other items. Enquire Auto
Tyre Co. Trafalgar St. Phone 2696.

12.10,50—t.f.n





PAINTING SET

Electrie Spray

$20.00.

WARD, Lears. St. Michael.

15.10.50—Sn.

TOR — Five Cub.
G.E.C. Refrigerator almost New:



REFRIGERATOR — One (1) 9 Cubic
ft. Crosley Shelvador Refrigerator
(American). One (1) Year old in per- |
fect condition, Four (4) years still re-
maining on guarantee. Phone 4447



Bull Terrier Pu
weeks’ old. $4.00 and $3.00 ae
Apply “Somerset”, Upper Belmont Rd.
22.9.50—2n .

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MECHANICAL



TYPEWRITER One Standard Un-|
derwood Typewriter. Excellent condi- |





tion. HOLDER Bros. Swan St. Tel

3819. 13.10.50—t, f, n
MISCELLANEOUS

For that bright smile — wu * -

ilia” Tooth Paste as it cleana er

Polishes your Teeth, Price 1/6 tube.
KNIGHT'S Ltd.
11.10.50—8n



Ferrodic Iron Granules is a -choco-
jate-flavoured Iron Tonic. The gran-
ules may be taken dry or they may
be made into a sandwich, with thin
slices of bread and butter. Price 3/6
bot. KNIGHT'S Ltd.

11,10.50—3n,





MRS. WILKINSON __ has
CRACKERS, CHRISTMAS DI
TIONS, NOVELTIES; TOYS, for the
Annual Bazaar. Please help the Old
Ladies’ Home by making your Christ-
mas purchases at the BAZAAR.

11.10. 50—3n .

received
ECORA -





Owing to an overstock of “Anzora”
Viola we have reduced the large size

from 68 to 54c and the small from
46c to 36c, so buy now.
KNIGHT'S Ltd.
11.10.50—3n.



SHIRTS—2,000 Men's Shirts of guaran—!
teed wearing quality at $2.00 and $2.40
each. ROYAL STORE. 12.10 .50—Tn,

SHIRTS & PYJAMAS Boys’ and
Men's Shirts and Pyjamas ordered to
Measure can be delivered within four

RELIANCE







hours. SHIRT FACTORY.
12.10, 50—7n.
We have in stock ‘Selto” Dental

Salts which ensures sound Teeth and
healthy gums. Price 47c bot.



























—_—$—$—

2% G. GALVANIZED CORRUGATED
SHEETS — Prime quality 7 ft. $3.21 —
8 ft $3.60 — 9 ft. $4.08 per sheet. Ob-
tainable from HARRISON’S HARDWARE
Store, Broad St. 11.10,.50—4n.

PUBLIC NOTICES

See eS
THE ASSOCIATED BOARD OF THE
ROYAL SCHOOL OF MUSIC
NOTICE

The board begs to notify the teachers
that the Written Exam takes place on Sat-
urday November 4th at the Ursuline Con-
vent at 10 o'clock. Forms and fees must
be in by the end of October.

A. INNISS,
Ayshford, St. Thomas
13.10, 50—in.



SPANISH TUITION

PERSONS desirous of acquiring &
good foundation in Spanish or of reach-
ing standards up to the Matriculation
can interview Mr. BE. Mc. D. Ward at
the Modern High School any evening
between 3.30 p.m. and 6 p.m. Only a
small number is manageable for success.

11.10.50—2n



NOTICE

THE Tea-Room and Library of the
Women's Self Help Association will be
opening on Monday 16th October, Con
signors of cakes and preserves
asked to send in their goods on the
morning of the 16th. 10,10. 50—6n.

NOTICE
“The COTTAGE GIFT SHOP — Are
havin) CHRISTMAS 0
Friday, “isth ‘October next from 1"

1
-m. 6.30 p.m. Crackers, Xmas tree
Sesratians, vcnildren’s annuals,) and
toys. Also a very good selection of at-
tractive and useful gifts.

= — Exhibiti

lications for 4 Vestry ons.

2 for Girls at St. Michael's Girls’ School,

and 2 for Boys at the Boys’ Foundation

School, will be received by me not
later than 20th October.

Parents of applicants must be parish-

joners in straightened circumstances

Ages of applicants between 11 and 12

ee W. U. GOODING,
Parochial Treasurer,

St. Philip.

11.10.50—6n

snd accede ea: issih antpaeatleatieertlintm lente
NO CREDIT NOTICE

NEITHER the Captain nor the Agents
will be responsible for any debt 9r
cebts incurred by any member or mem-~-
bers of the crew of the British ship
M.V. Mary Sweenay now in port

J. W. COOPER (Capt)
K. R: HUNTE & CO. Litd., Agents
13.10.50—3n.



LOSI & FOUND

LOST
SWEEPSTAKE TICKET Series N
4736 Finder please return same to
Vernon Wilfred Callender, Neil's Ten-
ant. St. George 13.10.50—iIn



\

including Refrigerator, Telephone, Radio
Gernge. Dial 3578 or 2490.
¥ 13.10.50—23n





OFFICIAL NOTICE

PARBADOS.
IN THE ASSISTANT COURT
OF APPEAL
(Equitable Jurisdiction)
RICHARD STANLEY NICHOLLS

(Plaintiff)
LOUISE GRIFFITH (Defendant)
IN pursuance of an Order in this

Court in the above action made on the
iith day of September, 1950, I give
notice to all persons having any estate,

, for £3,500.

BRANKER, TROTMAN & CO. .
Auctioneers.

10.10 .50—2n |

REAL ESTATE |
|



-—
IN Plymouth, MONTSERRAT, B.W.)
COCONUT HILL HOTEL

containing

| drawing room, dining room, 11 bec-
rooms, 4 bathrooms, kitchen, pantry
servants’ quarters and garage. Full

right or interést in or any lien or in-
cumbrance aflecting ali that certain |
piece or parcel of land situate at

Worthing View in the parsih of Christ
Church end island aforesaid containing
by adm€asurement twenty-two perches
anc fifteen-hundreths of a perch or
thereabouts abutting and bound on lands
of Florence Rice on lands of (h@ estate
of D. Griffith (deceased) on lands of
Louise Dawe
D. Bynoe
Marie

(deceased) on lands of Mrs.
Layne and on a read over which
there is a right of way to the public
road called Worthing View Road or
however else the same may abut and
bound together with the chattel dwel-
iinghouse and all and singular other the
buildings and erections on the

parcel of lund erected and built standing | trees;

and being with the appurtenances

bring before me an account of their said | mont Road.
oe

claims with their witnesses, documents
and vouchers, to be examined by me
on any Tuesday, or Friday between the
hours of 12 (noon) and 3 o'clock in
the afternoon, at the Office of the Clerk
of the Assistant Court of Appeal at the
Court House, Bridgetown, before
22nd day of November, 1950,
that such claims may be ranked accord~-
ing to the nature and priority thereof
respectively; otherwise such persons will
be precluded from the benefits of the

on lands of the Cstate of;

1!

|

furnished, and with linen, china, cutie
eic. Situated in own grounds of 2 ac

For further particulars apply Ff
Hollender, Montserrat.





aul
10.10. 50—4n

KENMORE — Strathclyde, a Bungalow
standing on 9,704 sq. feet of land, con-
taining verandah, Drawing and Dining
rooms, 4 Bedrooms and ail modern con-
veniences including garage Lawn and
spacious yard surrounded by well kept
hedges Inspection by phoning 27s
Cc. N. Taylor 12.10.50—4n

LAND A spot of Land in King»
Village, St. Michael. Approx, 3,000 Sq
Ft. Apply to Mrs. A Olton, Vesper
Cot, Whitepark Road.



11.10.50—3n





MODERN ATTRACTIVE FREEHOLD

BUNGALOW—Modern attractive Free
held Bungalow 4,836 sq. ft. Jand. 2 Bed
rooms, Large Drawing-room, Kitchenette
Gas laid on for cooking. Bath, Shower

said. & water basin. Lovely Garden, Fruit-
large space for Poultry. Price

to | £1400. Apply “Somerset”, Upper Bel-
22.9.50—12n



269 Pre
Searles Co-Operative Factory Ltd.

125 Barbados Fire.

The above will be set up for sale to
public competition on Friday, the 13th
instant, at 2 p.m., at our Office in Lucas

CARRINGTON & SEALY,
6.10.50.—5n.
The undersigned will set up for sale
at their Office, No. 17 High Street,

the | Street.

said Decree, and be deprived of ali! Bridgetown, on Friday the 13th day of

claiia on or against the said property. | October, at 2

Cliimants are also notified that they

must attend the said Court on Wednes-|ing on_ 1,373

day, the 22nd day of November, 1950,
at 10 o'clock a.m. when their said
claims will be ranked.
Given under my hand this 11th day of
September 1950.
I. V. GILKEs,

Clerk of the Assistant
Court of Appeal.
13,9.50—3n,

Ag.

OFFICIAL SALE

BARBADOS.
IN THE ASSISTANT COURT
OF APPEAL
(Equitable Jurisdiction) .
RICHARD STANLEY NICHOLLS
(Plaintiff) .

LOUISE GRIFFITH (Defendant).

|
|

p.m.

The Messuage or Dwellinghouse stand-

juare feet of land at
treet, above the Mora-

vian Chapel.

Inspection on application to Mr
Branch, at the Joiner’s Shop opposite,
any day except Sunday.

For further particulars and conditions
of sale apply to:—

COTTLE CATFORD & CO.
5.10,50.—8n.

Upper Roebuck



OFFICIAL NOTICE

BARBADOS.
IN THE ASSISTANT COURT OF
APPEAL

( table Jurisdiction) .

VALDEMAR LAVINGTON Mac re
aint

AMEY AMELIA ST. CLAIR ALLEYNE
Defendant

NOTICE is hereby given that by virtue |day of October 1950, I give notice tr

Appeal dated the 11th day of September,

1950 there will be set up for sale to the | affecting All that certain piece or par-
highest bidder at the Office of the Clerk | cel of land situate at Archers Lane 1
of the Assistant Court of Appeal at the |the said parish of Saint Peter and 1%

Court House, Bridgetown, between the

land aforesaid containing by admeasure-

hours of 12 (moon) and 2 o'clock in the] prent twent rehes the same, more
afternoon on wuday pe twenty fourth | or less butting. and erusatig on’ lands

day ot November, 1 all that certain w
piece or parcel” of land situate at On ute be ere et aay 1anGy Re

Weathing View in the parish of Christ

Church and island aforesaid containing 7 poop Pal Bac is,
by admeasurement twenty-two perches| same may butt and bound.
and fifteen-hundreths of a perch OF| before me an account of their said
thereabouts abutting and bounding on!|cjaims with their witnesses, documents
lands of Florence Rice on lands of the | and vouchers, to be examined by me on
estate of C. Griffith (deceased) on lands|any Tuesday, or Friday between tne
of Louisa Dawe on lands of the estat} hours of 12 (noon) and 3 o'clock in the
of B. Bynoe (deceased) on lands of | afternoon, at the Office of the Clerk of
Mrs. Marie Layne and on a road over|the Assistant Court of Appeal at
which there is a right of way to the | Court House, Bridgetown, before
public road called Worthing View Road | 20th day of December 1950, int order
that such claims may be ranked

Archers
Archers
else the
To bring

on
on

the
the

ac

or however else the same may abut
and priority

and bound together with the chattel | cording to the nature
dwellinghouse and all and singular other | thereof respectively; otherwise

persons will be precluded from
the buildings and erections on the said benefit of the said Decree,
prived of all claim on or

such
the
and be de-

parcel of land erected and built standing the

against

and being the appurtenances, and if not
then sold the said property will be set

up for sale on every succeeding Friday | must attend the said Court on W

IN pursuance of an Order in this Court

in the above action made on the lth

of an Order of the Assistant Court of] all persons having any estate, right or
interest in or any lien or incumbrance

said property.
Claimants are also notified that they
ednes-

between the same hours until the same} cay the 20th day of December 1960, at

is sold for a sum not less than £208.6.8
Dated this 11th day of September, 1950.
I. V. GILKEs,
Ag. Clerk of the Assistant
Court of Appeal.
13.9.50—3n





OFFICIAL NOTICE

BARBADOS.
IN THE ASSISTANT COURT
OF APPEAL
(Equitable Jurisdiction) .
RUPERT KENRICK WELCH—Plaintiff.
ST. RYBON WELCH—Defendant.

10 o’clock a.m. when their said claims
will be ranked.
Given under my hand this lith day
of October 1950.
I. V. GILKESs,

, Ag. Clerk of the Assistant Court of
Appeal.

OFFICIAL SALE
BARBADOS
IN THE ASSISTANT COURT OF

APPEAL
(Equitable Jurisdiction) .
VALDEMAR LAVINGTON ogg re ry
laintiff.

NOTICE is hereby given that by virtue| AMEY AMELIA ST. CLAIR ALLEYNE

of an Order of the Assistant Court of
Appeal dated the 11th day of September,

Defendant
NOTICE is hereby given that by vir-

1950 there will be set up for sale to the} tue of an Order of the Assistant Court
highest bidder at the Office of the Clerk} of Appeal dated the lith day of Octo-

of the Assistant Court of Appeal at the
Court House, Bridgetown, between the
hours of 12 (noon) and 2 o'clock in the
afternoon on Friday, the twenty fourth
day of November, 1950 all that certain
piece or parcel of land situate in

parish of Saint Peter and island of Bar-
bados, abovesaid tontaining by estima~-
tion three thousand seven hundred square
feet or thereabouts butting and bounding
on lands now or late of Mrs. Sarah
Connell and Mrs. Anna Pinkerton and on
the Public Road called “Dragons Alley"
or however else the same may butt and
bound together with the Messuage or
dwellinghouse thereon, and if not then



ber 1950 there will be set up for sale
to the highest bidder at the Office of
the Clerk of the Assistant Court of
Appeal at the Court House, Bridgetown,
between the hours of 12 (noon) and 2
o'clock in the afternoon on Friday, the
22nd day of December 1950.

All that certain piece or parcel
land situate at Archers Lane in the
said parish of Saint Peter and island
aforesaid containing by admeasurement
twenty perches be the same more oF
less butting and bounding on lands now
or late of one Archer on lands new or
late of one Forde on other lands new

at

sold the said property will be set up for | 0f late of one Forde and on Archers
sale on every suc ng Friday between | Lane aforesaid or however else the same
the same hours until the same is sold| â„¢ay butt and bound. And if not then
for a sum not less than £458, 6s, 8d. sold the said property will be set up
Dated this 11th day of Beptenapat, 1950, | for sale on every succeeding Friday be-
Lv. @ p tween the same hours until the same

Ag. Clerk of the

is sold for a sum not less than £41. 13
Assistant Court of Appeal. 4.
Dated this 11th day of October 1950.
I. V. GILKEs,
Ag. Clerk of the Assistant Court of

Appeal
13.10, 50—an

Be Wise...
Advertise

13.9,50—3n.

OFFICIAL SALE

BARBADOS.
IN THE ASSISTANT COURT
OF APPEAL

(Fquitable Jurisdiction) .
RUPERT KENRICK WELCH—Plaintiff.

ST. RYBON WELCH—Defendant.

IN pursuance of an Order in this
Court in the above action made on the
lith day of Septemicr, 1950, I give
notice to all persons h-oving any estate,
right or interest in or any lien or in-
cumbrance affecting all that certain
piece or parcel of land situate in the
parish of Saint Peter and island of Bar- ‘
bados, abovesaid containing by estima- The undermentioned pro.
tion three thousand seven hi square | Office, Public Buildings, Bi
feet or thereabouts butting and bounding | and on the date specified below. Uf not
on lands now or late of Mrs, Sarah Con- | succeeding Friday at the same place and
nell and Mrs. Anna Pinkerton and on | particulars on application to me.
the Public Road called “ Alley”
or however else the same may butt and
bound together with the or
dwellinghouse thereon, to bring lore
me an account of their said claims with
their witnesses, documents and youchers,| PROPERTIES:











HOLMAN EUG!
one of their constituted

(1) ALL THAT certain p

Court of Appeal at the Court House,
Bridgetown, before the twenty second
day of November, 1950, in order that
such claims may be ranked according to
the nature and priority thereof respec-
tively; otherwise such persons will be
precluded from the benefit of the said
Decree, and be deprived of all claim on

or however else the sa
the dwellinghouse
the buildings and erect

Upset Price: £1,337. 10. 0
and (2) ALL THAT certain



ies will be set up for
igetown between 12 (noon) and 2 p.m

to be examined by me on Tuesday, Road in the City of Brid
or Friday between the hours of 12 (noon) by admeasurement twent
and 3 o'clock in the afternoon, at the or thereabouts Abutting
Office of the Clerk of the Assistant Knight, St. Mary’s Girls’

there:

A baby hippopotamus has ended

a 4,000-mile flight at London

Airport. It was caught in Sierra! first baby hippopotamus to fly to







Petition
He in his private capacity had
presented the Board of Health



jat Edinburgh Zoo for 19-year
Maggie. Freight charges for the





old

hippopotamus.
; Boac squirmed about in the air
hostess’s arms, after the landing:

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September, 1950
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and found it conyenent to
the milk from them.
Everyone knew there was a

buy

Edwards, Rupert Edwards, Caspar Inniss
Lidia Roodal, Thela Gonzalez and Jerry
Bergain

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Leopne; was tlown in a plane| Britain were £20, 7s, 6d. was wet with sweat. “That hap- % aw ome
that carried 35 passengers; is to| pens to all hippos out of the The Barbados Mutual . SUPERB! a
E gers; j to a : . %
be named Boac. | Fully grown, a pigmy nine Wate coe ce expert . " Life Assurance Society % a aieliniek jpoties
weighs only four cwts., comparec ir diet: ilk, greenstuffs, rice. ms perenne
Boac, a pigmy, will be a mata with the five tons of the ordinary ! London Express Setvice. LOST POLICY x ed sl ‘wnen =
$$ — — CUTHBERT ALLAN & He WW GAS COOKRES
Mitre ; Y PROVERBS having made } Sis: kon “oud: Hoh
AMENDMENT TO meee ty §
No. : 1 on the life of & FOR THE HOME THAT PREFERS Xi
CT SOUGHT RALDH, STANLEY On A eg eee teres =
| * ERBS has been lost, ‘and 4 eee
In Carlisle Bay ; at icati >
1aving made application to &
; ! >| = SSS
| ata al sires tl the Directors to grant a
. } on : , | Se ch )., Se invar S., : ¥
The Sanitary Commissioners of] ficult to understand what they | ad. uaoena Gordon Beh. ‘Cytii duplicate of the same. ¥ ,
St. Michael yesterday decided to} meant. As he saw it, within this| #. Smith, Sch. Zita Wonita, Sch: Enter- NOTICE is hereby given &
write a letter to the General|same area, one could keep a herd | Fr) ooP erences, We, Smith. Aen: that unless any objection is $
Board of Health asking that alof oxen, bulls, a single cow or | leen, Sch, Everdene, M.V. Blue Star raised within one month of ¥
Committee from that body in-|two or a stud farm for that matter | Sch. Franklyn D. R., M.v. Lady Jov}% the date hereof the dupli- %& GOODS! (Articulos)
cluding the Director of Medical|as Jong as he did not sell milk and Seh ore Soa & cate Policy asked for will be 8 CUROIS, JEWELLERY,
Services meet a committee} He personally felt that the law! s.s pabbevthe Ee hi ead cans | OR ee % SILKS, (Se Habla Espanol)
from the Commissioners. ol]as it stood, which would allow] Hassel, from New Orleans s By Order, x
Health to visit the existing | every one in the area to keep two| .â„¢ Vv. , Mary Sweenvy, 34 tons nett * C.K BRO WE x TH ANTS
dairies in the city area and see if}cows as long as they did| “Ys, Soperihe"s gay tons net, Capt. | % Sete Mia % .
some amendment could not be|not sell milk, and prohibited | Reletier, from Curacao, ; m are s Pr. Wm, Hry. St. DIAL 3466
ade specifyi £ rer ich | ¢ . 7 i “i ; Schooner Molly N. Jones, 37 tons nett. | h4.6.6,0.6.4.656466005099$060% a a ®
made specifying PS area a ee a person from keeping six or Cant” Giuden, trom, Dominios B69 99 6999S U9 SOG OCS
dairies could be kept within the/eight cows though he might| ~~ DEPARTURES. cxvnpieraanidjeenstosanenmuend ectarennniiasnnignnirn
extended city This was the result of a motion The whole questi t + int Capt poding, for St. Lucta He ‘
made by Mr. Victor Goddard,} wa: sanitating rand Pia wa Baie oe etiedae papi aber i y I E . *
eaconcia by Mr. B, A. Weather-, nape into very carefully. ee oonerest. 3,007 tons net, Capt. | |) Yor I ardware of every Description
head. r. B. A. “Weatherhead said | **s#ne, rh { '
Mr. E. D. Mottley, Chairman} that Mr. Hill at Holborn, Fonta- Ts
of the Commissioners of Health| belle had a fine dairy there with ecawell I ‘
who brought the question up said} about 16 acres of land and_ he |
that it was officially drawn to] wanted to know if he must close | eats | THE CENTRAL EMPORIUM 4
his attention by the Board of|it down. On the other hand he| ARRIVALS —Py gis | ‘ENT 7
. lp 2 : EN i
Health that the extended period | said that a man cou'd get in some} ~ a ere + Betty Holford, Pete | shea Baers ea ace ae rhe aot
of one year which had been} little village outs’de of town and] Vollmer, Prientze Van Baalen, Cursuet, | , reets,
granted dairy keepers, expired on} have a dairy in the most insani- | Be Nobriga, W/Comm, ee Sruase Sa ae
October 1950, He reminded | tary place and although the man Siete uations, Sikes At ort-Warner. |) ne ara eae ~ -
members that section 14 (1) of) could carry it onJlegally, he could | Joan Huggins, Charles Bell, Ben Laugh> ih
the 1948 Dairy Regulations made} not see any sense in that. | Up, Barents muslin Fudora Haynes, { ee Seite ee ¥ 3
, snere . pe y Stella alker, ‘a e te, ’ a j 7} i .
by ae Sees, See Saree. | Hardship to Owners | Rucks, Betty Rucks, Vivian Crowe and) i ANNOUNCING More Arrivals.
nder _ ries t, 1 Oe |i me emanated Cae James Crowe {| 7
hibited the keeping of dairies), Phi regulations he said. were | DEPARTURES—By B.W.1.A.1 | at
within the extended city limits|2%n8 'o work a hardship, not | For TRINIDAD: i :
only on the dairy owners, but ¢ Jack Procope, Wilbezt Jones, H (
after October 5, 1949. . j a tee oN | Robinson, irginia ‘obinson, {
the people who lived in. villages} Rawards, Kenneth Edwards, \ e
(
1

with a_ petition from the dairy
keepers effected, praying for a
repeal of the Regulation. This was
turned down, but the. Board of
Health had agreed to slliow the

time to be extended for a further |

year which time expired on Oc-
tober 5 this year.

He knew that the Commission-
ers were all in sympathy with the
plight of the dairy keepers. but
they had a duty to perform. As
it stood now he on behalf of the

Commissioners of Health could
issue no licences to those dairy

owners. He, nevertheless, had in
structed the Chief Sanitary In-
spector not to prosecute until the
Board could deal with the matter.
That did not mean that no one
else could prosecute.

He hoped, not only in the inter-
est of the dairy keepers, but in
the interest of those people whé
lived in their vicinity and had no
other means of securing their
milk in small portions that some
solution could be arrived at.

He pointed out that a dairy
within the extended city limits
on a sufficient area/sof land and

well kept was less of a nuisance
than a dairy outside the city lim-
its on a small area of land and not
well kept.

Members should bear in mind
that the city limits are not con-
fined to the city proper but go as
far as Bank Hall, Chelsea Road
Carrington Village and Lower
Westbury Road,

Mr. E. V. Goddard said he
thought the matter a very im-
portant one because when one

read the Regulations it was dif-

CHANCERY SALE



ation
guns
eh
uit

at the Registr
for the
then sold, they will be set up on
during the same hours until sold.

sale

CHARLES HOLMAN WILLIAMS, SYDNEY JOHN ALBRRT WILLIAMS AND
ENE WILLIAMS, all acting herein by Dave Arrinde}| Bantie'd

Attorneys — Plaintiffs

V5.
ERNEST DEIGHTON MOTTLEY — Defendant

jece or parece! of iand situate in Baxters
getown and Island of Barbados containing
y-five hundred and eighty-six square feet
and bounding on lands of one Millicent
School on lands of one Cummins or

Mason Hall Street on lands of Keren Hewitt and on Baxters Road

me may abut and bound Together with
n erected and all and singular other
yns_on the said parcel of land erected



and built standing and beind with the appurtenances;

f piece or parcel of land situate at Cheap-|
side in the City of Bridgetown and Island of Barbados containing | years in the first instance, subject to his passing a medical examina-
tion, and will be required to contribute towards the Provident Fund

or against the said property. by admeasurement nineteen hundred and ninety-four square feet
Claimanta are also notified that they or thereabouts Abutting and bounding on lands now or late of

must attend the said Court on Wednesday, J. E. Mason Louis Bert on lands of the Parochial Building on lands

the twenty second day of November, 1950, now or late of F. N. Hall and on the public road called Cheat

|
|
at 10 o'clock a.m. when their said Claims | side Road or however et
will be ranked. |
Given under my hand this llth day vg

|

|

September, 1950.
I. V.. GILKEs,

Ag. Clerk of the
Assistant Court of Appeal

other the buildings
erected and builit
Upset Price: £2,025. 0. 0
Date of Sale: 27th October, 1950
| Registration Office
} 6th October, 1950

anc
standir

13.9.50—3n.

e the same may abut and bound Together

with the messuage or dwellinghouse thereon and all and singular

—_
|

4 erections on the said parcel o
i” and being with the appurtenances

H. H. WILLIAMS
Registrar-in-Chancery

shoriage of milk in this country
and he did not think people should
be asked to shut down their dairies
and go out of business.

; Hon'ble V.C, Gale, said that
dairy keepers in the parish were
notified as far back as 1933 that
jafter a certain date, they would
| not be allowed to keep the r dairies
jin the city. They had been given
{ample time—10 years to comply
with the law and if they chose to
flout it he did not see where they
had anything to complain about.
He was in sympathy with them
las much as aryone else but felt
that in as much as some people
had already moved out of the cits
they could not be any differentia
| ‘tion. They had a duty to perform
jand could do nothing about the
matter unless the law was amend-
ed. wl Hh

GOVERNME







u
Lolita
Anthony {
),
{
}

} Winston Warren, Marjorie Warren ana
| Andrea Warre:
For IQUE
Lilian Beanfrand
For ANTIGUA:
| Edwin Catey
For LA GUATRA
William Manearren, Arascia Mancar
| ven, Dorothy Byron, Alan Jackson, Mar
‘tina Jackson, Tineke Jackson, Bien
| Schupp, Bertoldo Sshupp, Richard We
| ren, Marcelle Warren. Miss Warren, Erich
Sitarz, Martin Hirsch, Gertrude Hirsch
| Gertrude Hirseh and Felix Martinez

MAIL NOTICES

Mails for Trinidad by the 8.5. Goifite
will be closed at the General Post Officr
a8 under:-

Parcel Mail at 4 p.m. on the 13th 6!
October, Registered Mail at 6.50 a.m
end Ordinary Mail at 9.00 a.m, on thé

14th of Ovtuber, 1950

Mails for St. Lucia by the MV, Lady
| Joy will be closed at the General Post
| Office as under:
| Pacrel, Registered and Ordinary Mall
at 2.30 p.m. on the 14th October, 1950

NT NOTICE

DRESSES of Intriguing Designs for Small GIRLS”
Between the Ages of 1 and 7—from $3.50 to $5.50 each
LADIES “T” SHIRTS—assorted colours at $1.27 each
BOYS’ POLO SHIRTS, White, Blue and Yellow at

Also

NEW TYPE OF ZIP

The Colour in the Meta® is impregnated and can-
not be removed by Heat.
with the Garment when it is sent to the Laundry.
These Zips can be had in Any Length from 5 inches to

30 inches in Any Colour

Now, Please note where these useful items

VACANT POST

First Mate, Trinidad Government Coastal Steamers,
Port Services Department

APPLICATIONS are invited for the post of Ist Mate, Trinidad
Government Coastal Steamer Service, Port Services Department.

Candidates must be in possession of a Certificate of Competency
as Home Trade Master Mariner issued by the Government of Trini-
dad or by the Marine Board of Jamaica, or a certificate of equal or
superior value issued by a competent authority in the United King-
dom or in any British Dominion or Colony.

The salary of the post is in the scale of $1,920—120—$2,400 per
annum. A commuted overtime allowance of $25 per mensem is pay-
rble. A messing allowance of $1.20 per diem is also payable in lieu
ef food,

Shore quarters are not provided but in the case of officers recruit-
ed overseas an allowance equal to difference between 10 per cent of |
salary and rent paid, is payable to an officer who rents unfurnished
quarters and an allowance equal to difference between 10 per cent
of salary and 5 per cent of the annual value of furniture supplied in
Government furnished quarters, is payable to an officer who rents
‘urnished quarters. Allowances ir both cases are subject to a maxi-
mum of $50 per mensem for a married officer whose family is not

esiding with him and $20 per mensem for a single officer.

Free second class passages will be provided on first appointment
for the officer and his family not exceeding five persons in all, Sub-
ject to review at any time and not as a permanefit right of the officer,
free passage on leave after a minimum tour, not exceeding the cost
of normal sea passages to the place of recruitrnent will be provided
for the officer, his wife and children subject to a maximum of three
adult fares.

The successful candidate will be appointed on probation for two



Applications giving full particulars of qualifications and experi- |
ence, together with certificates and testimonials should be addressed |
to the Honourable the Colonial Secretary, Trinidad, to reach him not}
later than 22nd October, 1950.
12th October, 1950.



13,10.50.—8n. |









BARBADO!



20th June, 1958.

The Merchants that keep Ahead in Style and Value!

ELECTRIC = SUPPLY z
CORPORATION LTD.

As the Manufacturers have decided that repairs
our Engines can no longer be delayed, the Company
consequence had to put this Generating Set (900 K-W.)
commission and, owing to the reduction of standby Plant:
available as a result, may find it necessary to shed load
intervals during the next few months.

Our Consumers ave asked to co-operate by exercising. the
utmost economy tn the use of Electricity, particularly during
the Peak period between 6.30 and 8.30 p.m. until further notice.

77e. each

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PAGE EIGHT

BARBADOS ADVOCATE



M.C.C.—Australian
Tour Opens Today

Tests To Be Broadcast

AUSTRALIANS — and
here at home — are, after

, of course, cricket enthusiasts

all, to hear broadcasts of the

fortheoming Test matehes between Australia and England.
This is the cheering news given by Australian Postmaster-

General H. C. Anthony.

Water Pola
K.O. Enters
First Round

_ The first round games of the
K.O. Competition were played
yesterday afternoon at the Bar-
bados Aquatic Club. Swordfish
won their fixture against Barra
eudas two goals to love, Geoffrey
Foster in the Swordfish forward
line scored both goals.

In the other match between
Flying Fish and Snappers, at the
end of time there was no score,
and according to the rules extra
time was played. In the first
half of the extra time Snappers
sent in one goal scored by
Kenneth Ince. About quarter
way through the second half the
referee blew the game off due
to poor light. At a meeting to
be held at the Barbados Aquatic
Club this afternoon at 5 o'clock,
it will be decided whether the
game will have to be replayed.

New Rules

At this meeting the new rules
of Water Polo will be read, as
these new rules will be used
when the Trinidad team arrives
here next month. It is hoped
that all members of the Barbados
Water Polo Association and _ its
referees will

turn up for this

meeting.
The matches were as follow:—
Swordfish 2— das 0

This was a keenly fought game
frem start to finish, and not once
did Barracudas stop irying to
open their score. Swordfish hau
to fight hard before Geoffrey
Foster finally got through the
first half.

Barracudas came back in the
second half and pressed several
attacks home, Nestor Portillo hit
the bar twice, Charles Evelyn too,
but the Swordfish defence broke
up all attacks, It was about
mid-way in the second half that
Geoffrey Foster sent in the
second goal, which was weil
placed out of the reach of goal-
keeper Perez, Thus Barracudas
have been “knocked out” in this
competition, It was hard luck
for a game team. Next year if
they maintain their present form
they should do much better,

Snappers 1—Flying Fish 0

Snappers had their stnonges.
seyen in the water but were
given a hard time by ever)
member of the Flying Fish team,
who without Denis Atkinson
and Harold Weatherhead were
somewhat weakened,

Snappers pressed their oppo-
nents throughout the most part of
the game, but they just could not
score. Flying Fish had
share of luck when Delbert Ban-
nister and Kenneth Ince in the
Snapper forward line sent in sev-
eral shots way over the Flying
Fish goal bar,

+ tn Wer a-_ wa
Extra Time :

In the Knock Out competition,
should two teams draw at the
end of time, they play two extra
three minute periods with one
minute rest. Such was the case
in this game. For at the end of
time neither team had scored.

It was during the first extra
period that Snappers got in
their lone goal with ‘a fine shot
by Kenneth Ince. However,
during the second extra period,
bad light and rough play forced
the referee to stop the game and
it will be deeided this afternoon,
whether the match is to be re-
played.

Besides the bad light there was
some confusion as to whether the
second period was to be played.

their .

The first match of the MCC tour
ef Australia takes place today—a
two-day fixture.

The first test match will begin
at Brisbane on December 1.

Government action has ended
the deadlock which arose between
broadcasting interests and _ the
New South Wales Cricket Asso-
ciation, The association have
reduced their demand for £800
for broadcasting the Sydney Tesi
to £720; and of this amount the
commercial stations will pay £400
and the Australian Broadcasting
Commission the rest.

The point is, of course, that the
NSW arrangement is to be the
basis for broadcasting from the
other States where Tests are
played.

—L.E.S.

3 Leave For
Chess Games

IN GEORGETOWN

Leaving for British Guiana yes-
terday afternoon by B-.W.LA.
were; Mr. C, B. Gilkes, Mr. H.
Walton and Mr. K. Grannum
who will represent Barbados in
the forthcoming Intercolonial
Chess Tournament to be held in
Georgetown. The tournament is
expected to last for three weeks.

This tournament is held every
two years, In 1948 it was held in
Barbados, and in 1946 in Trinidad.
These intercolonial tournaments
have been going on since 1938
but the war stopped them for
about eight years.

At ‘Seawell to see the team off
was Mr, St. Clair Hunte, Secretary
and Treasurer of the Barbados
Chess Club and President of the
B.G, and W.I. Chess Federation.

All three members of the team
hoped that Mr. Hunte will be able
to join them in B.G. later, but, at
present this is extremely doubtful.
Leading the Barbados team is Mr.
Gilkes, who won the local cham-
pionship this year.

No Taste!
They Can't
Help It

By JOHN POMFRET

Hight or nine thousand little
taste-buds lie in the mouth,
mostly towards the tip of the the
human tongue.

Some people can undoubtedly
taste more than others, Four
people out of every ten, for in-
stance, are unable to tasie one
remarkable chemical at all,

It is called thirourea, Dr. Fox,
of the du Pont company in the
U.S., accidentally released some
in a dusi cloud in his laboratory.

Some of his colleagues com-
plained that it left a bitter taste
in their mouths. Others couldn’:
taste anything.

Thiourea was tried out exten-
sively here. It tasved bitter to
six out of ten people, but not to
the other four.

Chimpanzee Test

Three scientists, including Dr
Julian Huxley, vested it on 27
chimpanzees and féund that the
proportion of non-tasters was
approximately the same.

The faculty of tasting is
heredivary and there are only
four basic tastes: Acidity, salt-
ness, sweetness, and bitterness,

They are all detected by the
papilla, or tasve-buds, which are
little flattened projections, thickly
clustered together at vhe tip of
the tongue. In ill-health they





This will all be discussed thisgS0metimes look like the points of

afternoon.
The ms were,
Swordfish: .A. Weatherhead,

(Capt); H. Jones, G. Jordan, M.
Fitzgerald, M. Jordan, N. Portillo,
G. Foster.

Barracudas: H. Perez, B. Brooks,
(Capt); E. Johnson, C. Evelyn,
H. Portillo, B. Armstrong, P.
Fletcher.

Snappers; A. Taylor, G. Mac-
Lean, (Capt.), D. Bannister, C.






























a sirawberry. :
Many animals haye more than
we have. A Hereford bull, fo
instance, has some 30.000.
Sweetness, in general, is de-
tected at the tip of the tongue:

bitterness at the sides and back.

Gulps of Beer
Thus wine-tasters sip
vintages with lip movements,
while beer-drinkers gulp to get
the full effect as the beer goes

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excitement when Mr. Winston Churchill’s

CANYON KID, ridden by T.
Gosling, won the Speedy Stakes first race at Windsor this year. Picture
shows Mr. Churchill chatting with his jockey in the paddock before the

race. Yesterday Mr. Churchill saw his COLONIST II win at New Market.

—Express.

Television Makes
Men Televidiots |

More Alcohol Being Drunk

LONDON,
SPORT — in America at least—is leading to a step-
ping-up of the consumption of aleohol. And it’s all due
to TV
As I reported recently from-
New York, a brewery bought the
sole TV and radio rights to the
Ezzard Charles—Joe Louis scrap
for £50,000.
But thats chicken feed to the
money they’re alleged to have
passed over the counter for the



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PETER WILSON }
tells how TV, by buying-up
the rights of big sporting
events, has invaded the pubs
of America and turned ordin-
ary viewers into what he calls |





baseball World Series, at Phila- televidiots.
delphia between the New York
Yankees and the Philadelphia age to get a brimming beaker in|

Phillies.

your hand the next thing you
For this “cup final” of Ameri-

know is that it’s all over your

ca’s national game, which ean last trousers, because some maniac
anything between four and seyen whose team has blown a fuse has
davs. the unbelievable sum of pounded your spine nearly

£285,000 has been subscribed.

Television of sport in your own
home is fun for nearly everyone
I y min- e

= = BA Mi Me or ment it would seem to be illegal
other disability, can’t attend their '© put television sets into “the
favourite pastimes. local” in England—and long may
But when it invades the pubs— 1! —— ge Ea
as it most certainly has in New or a pub was meant to be a
York—the ordinary viewer be- Place to go to have a quiet “re-
comes a televidiot fresher”—not a place where just
=P ; as you’re taking a rich, nourish
ing draught the announcer bawls:
“Now he’s using his right well”

through your breastbone.
Keep It Like This

As the law stands at the mo-

Barside Seats

First of all, when a big event
is being screened, you have to be
a regular patron to get a “barside
seat ”

In the old days you needed to

in some embarrassment because
you think he’s talking about you,
and you know you don’t photo—
graph well with suds on your

: '
be a friend of someone “in the moustache! 7 =?
know” to get a ticket for a big
eyent, Nowadays you have to The next time an American

drink yourself into something ap-
proaching TV D.T.s before you
can park your carcase on a stool!

tells you cricket is slow give him
this piece of information. Recent—
ly a man took a stop—watch to one

near the bar. of the big American baseball
; ; _. games.
If you're just a casual customer The game lasted more than

with a thirst you'll find yourself

3, the ball was in
backed into a corner calling weak- sees heute. Ane te

play for precisely 11 minutes!
*

ly for a beer while oe ae
, nO! try to sart ou e
tere Pree (or footballers ot No one regretted the passing of
tennis players) on the centre Joe Louis more than I. But wae
screen was a tragic exit in the classica
; 4 sense wili become a sordid farze
The bartender doesn’t give “ jf the old black lion trivs to tan

hoot, anyway, because he’s had sie with Ezzard Charles again as
his bet on the event already, and is reported from America,
he’s far more concerned with get He can’t make the money

for
ting the TV set working to his nis taxes from such a fight

satisfaction than he is in the dul And, to be brutal, he can't
job of pouring you a drink. make the grade any more, Don't
If by some chance you do man do it, Joe. pe

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for strong flavours like ernnens)
mint or curry. |
We have learned to associate |
raspberry with a red colour, lim



. and you put down your z|





He Makes It A
Habit To Hole
Out In One

T0-DAY'S NEWS FLAS

Plastic Drinking Glasses for
School Children
Boxing Gloves $15.00



























—Set of 4
(From FREDERICK COOK). House Construction Sets
NEW YORK. a a
oe a basis of sixteen years at
o ole-in-one tournaments run NER)
by a New York newspaper, it is JUMNSON'S STATIO! a

calculated that a golfer’s ehances And HARDWARE
of holing his tee shot are not
better than one in 11,720. Ye
82-year-old James East, of San
Diego, California, has done it 120
times. And he has never taken a
8olf lesson in his life,

T asked Mr. East how he did it.
He laughed and said: “Every
one of them was regist !

practice shots. When was the last

lime I did it? August 18 and



|| Seturday, October 14, 1950

AN ENTERTAINMENT

Under the distinguished
patronage of His Excel-

August 17.” a“ eee i
‘ ey Says every hole-in-one will be held at the
as been made in tournament

play. He admits though. that DRILL HALL
they have nearly all been seored

on San Diego's piteh-and—putt
courses, on hales ranging Seen
90 zarts ass.

“Some time a the British
professional, Dai Rees, was Pa:
ing tournament golf here at San
Diego,” said East. “He heard of
me and said he didn’t believe I
@xisted I took him down to the
Presidio pitch-and-putt course
and showed him..”

F e¢ Sherman, professional at
Presidio, offered to bet him 500
fies that I'd beat him over
that course. I put in my own
penny-worth and offered him a
stroke a hole. But he wouldn’t
take the bet.

East, locally known as Jigger
Jim from the aneient niblick he
loves best is bespectacled white-
haired, but still in prime condi-
ticn, He has played golf for
45 years.

“I play somewhere almos
every day of my life. Have
done for many years. My long
drive isn’t what it used to be. I
smack ‘em about 175 yards off
the tee now, rarely more.”

“I take a short swing back,
with a full follow-through. I can’t
see the ball now any more than
75 yards. If I have to make a
second shot on the green I use
a 60-year-old putter.”

by kind permission of
The Adjutant, Barbados
Regiment
from 5.00 p..m. to 7.00 p.m.

In aid of the Girls’
Friendly Society

PROGRAMME

“THE SUN
GOES DOWN”

by
ELEANOR FITZGERALD
with



Nina MICHELIN, William
LAMBERT, June KNIGHT, Iler-
bert CHEESMAN, Jean EDGHILL,
sohn BURT, Ann RAISON,
Michael LYNCH.

Presented by the Junior Barba-
dos Dramatic Club.

Piano Interlude.

FILMS

“OPEN HOUSE”

The Story of the G.F.S.
and



Shorts, Cartoons, Etc.
Saturday, October 14th at 5 p.m.

ADMISSION — 2/-
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—L.E.S,

OPENING

SATURDAY
OCT. 14th
THE
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PAC.F T\V 1 BARBADOS ADVOCATE FRIDAY. OCTOnrR 1950 CaJiib tfalLuui B.B.C Radio Programmea T IOSE of you Who mied the i-nc act play* which <+,<'•• sponsored by the Barbados Dramatic Club, Will have another opportunity ol seeliui one of them performed at thr Drill Hall IORI T> o'clock, when the (lirlVHCffl II n. it tec pMI T.Mftinenl lAdudlng lilm-. <>l fii' Society, nrtoeni and b II i a Excel lency the Governor nrd Mm. Savagr have |iromie*l to attend Arrived Yesterday M B. AND MR.; jam*. R. Ci\me arrived from Vanafuala yotterday morning via Trinidad by }> WIA Here tor about ten d.yv they are guests at the Marine Hotel Mr. Crowe who is from Houston. TflH, has been living in Venezuela for about four year* He is with the Socony Vacuum Oil Co. in Guico. Thev were accompanied by iheii •wo children. Rory-An and RoncLa Were Staying at Four Wind* M RS. MAHCKll.K WAHUKN and her two children, who have been holidaying at Tour M Peter, returned to Veneliasla yesterday mornirg by HW1A. Mr. Warren who was also holidaymn here has already returned. The Speaker Leave* H IS Honour Mi K N. it Husbands. Speaker of the House oi Assembly and Mrs. Husband* Wit yesterday afternoon u> 11 W 1 A. uitransit to the U.K. vi.. Trinidad. Mr Husbands will reprc*en' Barbados at the opening of lh. rew House of Commons For Barbados Holiday M RS. ELVIRA HUCGINS and her daughter Joan arrived from Trinidad yesterday mornin* by B.W.IA.. to spend two weekvacation, slaying at the Hotel Royal. U.S. Vice-Conaul Returns From Short Visit M R A. V. NYREN, America. Vice Consul here returnee from a twelve-day trip to Antigua Moatserrat and St Kills yesterday afternoon by U.W.I.A ARTIES HEADLIMC %  Whdi PONT ifxiui iren and steel."* Ran Against Herb McKenJey \ RHIVING from Trinidad yisteiday by B.W.I A. wer.' Mr. and Mis Norman Rucks who have just returned from a holiday in the U.S. and are en route to Venezuela. Mr. Rucks has been in Venezuela lor about two yean where he Is Geologist with Hi. \enezueia Atlantic Refining Oil Co In 1948 Mr. Rucks, who at thai time was a well known U S i.th.etc ran against Herb/ M< Kenley the Jamaica and W I i-uarter-niile champion tn the Olympic Trials of that year. Mr. and Mrs. Rucks hope i> be here for about three wesb before they return lo Venezuela Just Four Days U PFOR ABOUT four day from Trinidad is Mr Ben Laughlln who arrived by B.W.I.A. yesterday morning. Mr I-aughlin Is staying with M: Stanley Dalgleuh. Manager of Hie Royal Bank of Canada and Mrs Dalgleish during his short sta* here. Cousins M R. JOHN TRIM after five week.* b*)Hday m Barbed.-returned to BG yesterday after roon by B.W.I A. While he was waiting for the 'plane at Seawell there must have been at Waist half a dozen people who asked him if he was the B.C. fast bowler. Mr Trim ' a cousin of John the bowler, and is a schoolmaster m Berblce R e-tra nsf e rred A FTER five months in British Guiana. Mr Malcolm Thomas, son of Ma) and MiA Thomas of the Glen. Dalkeiih ltd. returned home n-sterda' ..fternuon bv B.W.I.A. Malcolm, who is with Barclay Bank has been stationed in thei Georgetown Bianch He tells me that Keith l*-w. another Barbadian is now qulufettled down in Georgetown, also with Barclays. Keith used to b i with Cable and Wlretesa {W.l.j ltd., in Barbados Acting Station Supt. M R ALLAN KING. Slalio i OmeeT of B.W.I A %  MI Antifcua. arrived here yesterda afternoon by BWIA. to act as Station Supt.. at Seawell. Mr George Benson also ef It W l \ who has been here for about a week on temporary transfer will be leaving for Trinidad in u few days. Back From Short Visit C OL. R T. MICHEL1N. Commissioner of Police, returned from his short visit to St Lucii yesterday afternoon by 11W I n Tourine W.I. M ISS ENID M HUNTE. Min. Zeathea E. Armstrong ai. I Mils llo I B>noe of New Y.-r* City visited their families la Barbados dur.ng a twenty-fou> hour stay of the "Fort Amhent' in Barbados. They are touring I* I West Indies, and have alrcwdj visited St. Tliomas, St Croix St. Kitts, St. l.ucla. Tnnidau and Grenada They JISO called in at Venezuela. They will be utoppin: at Martinique and Antigua, on their return j< urnev to the U-S Miss Hunt is Advertisin". Secretary at the Amsterda,. News in New York City, and Miss Armstrong is *a pi Registered Pharmacist. T.C.A. Coming To-morrow C ARIB has been informed th.it T.C.A. will be operatir j through Barbados to-morro> morning as usual, as the oftri has not yet been cut 1 en a m TKNa>ill.m •>• is %  m .'H>W r> i %  %  %  > %  TK.KM> 11 10 p m Nrwi SnaWta; II 11 p ml E .m Tfc Iilium > i % % %  me. W pan A U i E .l. 1 'O p I Housewives Guide Prices ol Dry peas and English polatoe* when the Advocate checked yesterday sran Dry peas 14 centper pint Knglim potato* 11) cent: %  II. „ fa* be-to." emit klh. N lOIAIll Mil* I I.MMA lM.mb*r> Only/ MATINH.S: \1 X TOMOMOW AT 1 T.M. TdMI.MI til TIISIHV \KiHT AT I.H BUU AHKOTT LOU COSTELLO in "HOLD THAT GHOST" With Kichiiru t-ARIJSON Joan DAVIS — Much. AUEH A I'nlverMj PMp (. All. I V iTh. OaHea) ST. JAMf.s KKID.-8AT.-8UN. — MM.: MAT 8UN — 5 r M WARNERS aPKC'lAb KIT DOUBLE ! I JamCtO] Wllh I I imiHill-s "RIVKR'S END" Vmmm MORGAN IThr '. .Il.i.i Slor. .r lh* %  %  — R.l (Maaaaal Mounllcl — AND — HICK FORAN in I'll VIKll. Tlll'NDKK" •;. i. it it i T(l )\\ — TOMORROW; 1.30 P.M. ONLY BCHOOL C'HILORKN MATINEE To See HAMLET (IIMI)ltrS lKc. \Si\MII Kl Teachers are requested lo Contact Glo-b* Theatre for Tickets Holidaying With Parents SchoolmastersWifeArrive. M RS. A I. ROCK and hei daughter Annette were amont the pauengers leaving by H w 1 A /etuVrday afternoor,. to spend three weeks' holiday in Grenada. She wi'l be laying with hei parents. Mr anu Mrs H. Hosten in St. Paul's Mr Rock hopes lo foUiw for the last week of their holiday M RS PAULINE RICE, wife oi Mr Jimmy Rice, the new History Master at Harrison Col %  ege arrived here yesterday b\ U.W.I.A. After travelling fron Ireland to Jamaica by sea. she (lew the rest of the way vn Trinidad Mr. Rice was at the airport |a meet her. Enjoyed Holiday A FTfc.it an enjoyaole holiday id Barbados. Miss Lilian Beaufrand returned to Martinique jesterday afternonn by BWIA. At Seawell to see her off. wete Mrs Sidney I .ash ley ar I other friends CRYPTOQUOTE—Here's how to work lit AXTDI.IA&II la lONOriltOW One letter simply stands for another. In this example A a* aasd for the three La, X for the two O's. etc. Single letters, apoetrophies, the Jength snd formation of the words are as) Mnts. Each day the code letters are differentA Cryptograai have CANVAS — Not. 6—9 BOPS — All Siun COPPER PAINT ANCHOR CHAINS WHITE PAINT Ms: SAIL NEEDLES (1KOMMETS PALMS FISHING LINES DEEP SEA LINES FISH HOOKS M4HIIM1 ul ...Ufill. fav ... jrji hi % %  1, ( ,. I Hi: II VHIIAIIOS CO-OPERATIVE ( (I IIO\ FACTORY LTD. PEOPLE WILL BE TALKING ABOUTTHE DOCTOR AND THE GIRL THE SURPRISE PICTURE OF THE YEAR! starring GLENN FORD CHARLES C0BURN GLORIA DE HAVEN %  JANET LEIGH with BRUCE BENNETT r>ll*lltr—Ol'lMX. TO-DAY 1 m 1 lit \ 1 III is LATIN, ENGLISH. SPANISH and FIIENCII — all • — WEBSTER'S NEW COLLEGIATE DICTIONARY ROBERTS A CO.—DIAL 3301—Hifh Street EMPIRE To-Day 2.30 and 8.30 and Continuing M-G-H Pictures Present • -DOCTOR AND THE GIRL" Bta ring Glenn FORD Charles COBURN Gloria Ds HAVBS Janet LEIGH wl* Bruce HEN'NF.TT ROXY To-dav To Sunday ** and 8.13 United Artist* Present MR. MIKE" Starring Dirt. rtmTl I. Ev.ljn KEYES With J. M. KERRIGAN Anfcla CLARKE ROYAL l-'-i Two Shows To-Day 4.30 and 8 30 United Artists Double William BOYD as Hopalong CASSIDY In "UNIAPICTID GUEST •MR. ACI" with Qagtp RAFT s.lvia SYDNEY OLYMPIC 1 Tu-Day Only 4 45 and 8 II lMw..!.i Small Presents "THE IKOIHOIS TRAIL" Starring G.rite MONTGOMERY Bmida MARSHALL with alarm LANG AN Momc BLUE BOOK YOUR SEATS TO-DAY FOR REVUEDEVILLE 1950' HY Mrs. A. L. STUART'S DANCING SCHOOL Music b> Ihe Polit-r Band Conducted by Capl. C. K ItAISIlN. A.R.C.M., M.B.E. AT EMPIRE THEATRE THURSDAY 19lh and FRIDAY 20th at UK P.M. M MINI I FRIDAY 20th at 5 P.M. BOX OFFICE AT I Mill: I THEATRE OPEN DAILY From 8.30 a.m. to 12 noon and 1..10 p.m. to 3 p.m. ALL SEALS CAN BE HI M KM IK I'RUES:ORCHESTRA and BOXES SI 50; HOUSE Sl.M: BALCONY 7lr. GLOBE OPENING TODAY—5 nnd 8.30 P.M. LOCAL TALENT ON PARADE IRVIN PARRIS — "Ole Man River" HAL HUNTE — "I'll Never Smile Again" WINSTON CLARKE — "It Isn't Fair" GLORIA ASHBY — "Bewildered" NEVILLE PHILLIPS — "Bewitched" COUNT DEVONISH — "I'm In The Mood" —o— EXTRA! Pr€ife880r Tom — Comedy BRITISH and AMERICAN NEWS REELS SPECIAL 1.30 P.M. MATINEES TODAY. TOMORROW and MONDAY To See HAMLET CHILDREN 18c. Contact Globe Theatre Far



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fr r i al aa a O I .. I, r 13 l!.-.0 Bmrfotnos Uttwcate I'lVEfiRSTS TORIES SUPPORT IMPERIAL PREFERENCE U.N. Ships Shell Chongjin Port Leave Town In Ruins By JULIAN BATER TOKYO, Oct. 12 AMEBICA'B BIGGEST BATTU38HIP the 46,000 ton Missouri today laid the north east Korean port Chongjin in ruins. For three hours it bombarded just south of the 42nd parallel from ten miles off shore. In Washington a navy spokes man said that the British cruiser "Ceylon" and the destroyer "Warwsmaga" joined the Missouri and other American warships in the shelling Tile Mlaaoarl 120 Stranded On flu 11 in's Bahamas Camp iFIom Our Own Coi i far 'ii"" many? I must not tell you How many were there originally? I must not tell you that either We are hoping for another season, but as a matter of fact none of us here knows even it There Is going to be one". At the office of Brigadier Thorhurn. Chairman of Butlln'a (Bahamas) I was told this morning that the light to raise the neces sary £800.000 to save the Bahamas camp was still going on Attempts were being made to raise money from any available Mr Billy Butlin is In New York this morning and there was a discreet tdlence from his London office. All that I was told was. "Any statement at this moment might upset everything" Truman, Mac Arthur May Talk Aboard "Missouri" WASHINGTON. Oct. 12. Observers believed today that President Truman's conference s\ ill. General MacArihur "•ottwwhere in the Pacific" might lake place in the 41\000 ton battleship "Missouri" America's funvu* "surrender ship." This idea gained circulation after reportsi that Truman wnt. going to Wake Island. This is a desolate place about 2 miles weal nl Hawaii and people familiar with it said it contain* Ulile more than a few huts. These would hardly be adequate for tin: 100 anUmated people in the two parties, th ey said _—-R outer. SOUTH AFRICA LOAN OVER SUBSCRIBED LONDON. Oct. 12 South Africa's £5,000.000 loan waa over subscribed more than 11 times when it opened in London yeaterday it was officially .nnouneed to-day. When dealing In the new loan btarteu it immediately went to i premium of It shillings over the .'sue orlce —Reuter. line 16 inch guns and 12 five Inch guns and anti-aircraft armament is believed to be he most powerful war•hip afloat It poured hundreds of shells into the port Thee carrier borne aircraft bombed and Mm fad it for another 30 minute* frontline reports said Air observers reported a steel mill demolished and an oil depot railway >ards and tunnels al*,i wiped out. Three hundred BUM away in the centre of the Peninsula United Nations force* spearheaded by the British Brigade thrust forward towards Pyongyann again-.' weakening Communitt resistance Beginning In next Monday's Evening Advocate: "The Greatest Story Ever TeU." Northerners were reported ie have started a general withdrawal to rally for the last ditch defence of their capital Bn miles i.oith of the 38th parallel Pilots reported a force of 3.U0O to 5.000 moving westwards' nrom the Kuesong-pvongyang toad and communist opposition previously described as "desperate and determined,' wns said to be ceasing Intelligence officers have Hid that with the fall of their _.. coast anchor Wonsan. Communists had "no alternative but to fall back to defend their capital". The British Brigade on the right flank of the United Nations thiust from Kaewxig was last, reported 18 miles bevond the parallel aiming for the kev (unction Sih.i. 12 miles farther on. To the gnat, South KM. : were adv: nemg against light resistance after capturing a trinngle of three important communication towns—Pyonggnn. %  little over 30 miles above the parallel. Chorwon and Kumhwa Advanced patrols of the oast coast "arrowliead" were rcportco to-day prodding westwards down the road from Wanton port to P>ongyang apparently in preparation for pincers movement on the capital. In the weal United Nations forces are building up end manoeuvring for a position from which to launch an all-out drive on Pyongyang. British and Australian troops have now leap-frogged the First Cavalry L'ivlsion over the 38th parallel American Army spokesman in Tokyo indicated that big new .Macks are on the way. He said that the First Cavalry Division now virtually bogged down on the road to Pyongyang just south of Kumchon had made "no gre.V. effort to move ahead sin ure other plans for them. American fighter-bombers are now operating from Wonsan Airfield, the first in North Korea to be wed by United Nations forces. With its two airfields at its command i* is helping United Nations forces considerably -Iteuter Chinese Communists Invade Tibet tered riuev ana on-pied a aij mile wide strip of l.n*.an >iiI .roiiig ,<> a oespau'ii tublished in UM ualcul i luper HtateaJnan today from ilg ccrreapondci.i al Kalunpong rwnr Ideah Put Una ll The correspondent sag ., %  .-.nir I'I. IMdimpong of itic IIVIIMOII ., | occupation of Tibetan in Tibet by Chines* Communln"Tnis I,us mhlailHl nono, a in* ve BUnUnaltl to bypass the Tibet*., Mruiighuld of Cnaiphn from :• twrthwaatarnlj d The harntan occupied bv in. Communists wag roughs wide—or three days (ourne) fi the Sni"-Tibet t. pondi nl --in The Communists ware now cnlrciicheil g| Oongmi rhar< If \ hod been Mopped ith. % %  %  Tinbad topatillad I Tibetan*, have prepared plans to withdraw from Chambo should ". pi ..,:,.. Murj righting ha pandHmt gald thai fMgJW) Po-tUianf u f the Tibetan nrmv met Communist attacks "with skill rnd courpge" and drove them back further hut waa later MII.II •>. ..rtion After .....re nghlir. 'oe Tibetan %  were defeated A spokesman of the TiU-tai If ittoo ..t prawnl in New Delhi -aid lhat the delegation had received no information from 'heii Government about -. %  %  •ted invasion -Renter Miners' Pay £3,500,000 Up By KOBKKl It BROWN LONDON. Oct 12. British coal miners leame.1 today that they are to got an other £3,500.000 a year in wages. This decision follows three weeks after the grant to agricultural workers of C5 weeklv minimum wage at an estimated unnual can of til.000.000 Leaders of engineering and shipbuilding workers claiming another 2H shilling! per week today rejected employers' offer 11 shillings for skilled man and 8 shillings for unskilled. School-teachers, the most militant of the "black coated orkers" who have lodged wage claim* believe the? will be given rise* within the next few weeks The period of severe restraint on applications' tor wage increases waa ended by the decision by the 8.000,000 strong Trades Union Congress last month and the I Labour Party this month, that wage* may be allowed to nee. T.U.C. economic ex|>erts arc l ollld the scenes 'Mknm i ut the new v nge policy but It i.ow appeal's probable that even!. may move to- quickly f.i bagffl —Kevler • r ....*..,. IN "HELP THE EMPIRE" U.S. DETAIN 32 PASSENGERS NRW YORK. Ocl 12 American immigration officials %  lelalned 32 passengers uuhidin* Italian orchestra conductor Victor de Sabata under the new security lg when th* liner -Queen Mary' docked here to-day Those detained were mainly Italian They included M music ivn* from Rome De Sabal* told reporters he hau i-o Idea why immigration authori, ties had detained him. H said l-e had toured the United States In 1048 and 1849 an u had come to I the United States this lime to! 'cmidurl the Pittsburgh Svmphun) i vdawtta Immigration officials said thai BAB were convinced that the Ita&an conductor had been a me-nbtf of the Fascist party Ho would b taken to the detention centre at Klh. Island —Reuler PLAN (from Our Own Correspondent) LONDON, Oct. 12 fORIES LEFT NO DOUBT about their "empire mindeiless" when the Conservative Party Conference opened at Blackpool this morning. Speeches made there must have been particularly heartening for colonial producers. The dwnnnd went forth for an unflinching policy of imperial unity Kupported by a strong svslem of imperial prc-ferenc* Among the advocates of this "Help the Empire" plan was Mr. Julian Amerv son of a former Colonial Secretary. Hume truths came out when une young speaker rnndrmnad the orr vo B.O jeswrasy ifuaaew a. a.w.i A. W titn to mnt> Mr. K Oiannum. Mr c %  OilkaT and Mi 11 Walton Thiy will rapreaant Barbaaoa la tka rortkcomlat lnuroolonlal Oha.a teiirnamxiit being held ttai. year in Oaaigatown FRANCE NEEDS MORE ARMS FOR WAR IN INDONESIA PARIS, Oct. 12. PREMIER Hievin lul iiitflit cablad to his Defente Minister Jules Much who arrived in Washington yesterday, requesting the latter to press the American Government lor a speedy delivery of arms badly needed in Indo-China and for an incrwuw in the supply programme originally accorded by America. %  %  %  ** %  • urgently needed are lanki rUnes and parachutists' eojUtVwn. tat, | (tovernment spokenmari taut, but in general, weapons i equipment would be needed 01 iargr scale i>ecause Prance n has • "full-scale war on 1 n Itiilo-China The (Jui Suspend Passports WASHINGTON. Oct 11 The United States have ordered • temporarv Mispeniion of pass port viaas issued to alien* planning to come to Amertri. Official* Wld today thm uie State Itepartment vesteadav telegraphed i*ders to Embaaslee and OinattlaaH all over the world it. tfWl ma for H reeheek •( iaWWUnl r(orri< This was made nccctfinry b\ the new Internal Security l-an—Iteuter Scientists On Expedition OSLO. Ocl II Two British Research sclenun : ud the till ft lor ot the Norwetan Pulai Institute, Professor itarold Scverdup will travel it Maudhtm, the Aniar.in ine Dnliah. Noiweglan and Swed,h Scie.unlr iM. ii'i,.,, th;i wintei. wttii the Norwegian .ullng vcaacl Norsel which is to : ke suppliet and two Nnrwegts The party will leave <> %  • %  <' .il'"n .\ovember IS to reich Maudher thf drat of January —Renter. France Will Double Defence Spending* B.G. Businessin4 On Arson Charge I i. ,.. ".. in. <"* ia*poi "-' % %  %  GEOROETOWN. Oct 12 Mr. LsgC* Taoar, prominent i.usinessman and landed proprietor was arrested and charged today with arson. He was released on a $2,000 hull to appear before the Magistrate for a preliminary inquiry on Friday The charge followed the early Monday morning fire which destroyed the "Bargain .Store" and New Union Club" Hegent Street. Iloiirda Store" and properly owned by Toper's wife UNESCO REJECT SOVIET MOVE TO OUST CHINA LAKE SUCCESS, Ocl. 12. THE UNITED NATIONS Economic and Social Council todav defeated the Soviet move supported by Britain to oust the Chinese Nationalist delegate from the Council! The Council rejected the motion by eleven votes to seven. .The Soviet Union whose delegjtt has walked out of many United Nations bodies when the move to unseat the Chinese Nationalist.' has been defeated remained in the Council meeting after to-day'* vote. Pakistan. India. Brltai mark, Poiana and CjachOalovakta Mipporled the Soviet motion On the second part of the Soviet motion to invite a repgni of Communist China, the 6 in favour and II in opposition with Denmark abstaining. Kenneih Younger, bad would support me Soviet motion depite the complication that the problem of Chinese rep" now heffire x--r Ceneral —Keuter Australia Will Spend $700m On Defence CANBKRHA. Oct. 12 Treasurer Arthur Fadden to-day introduced in Parliament Australia ** bigiiest peacetime budget It proposes £700/000.000 Australian currency (£ JM.000.000 sterling) expenditure In the currant financial year. fadden announced that to counter the Inflationary trend, the Government would reajulrr prepayment to Uie taxation department l i Assembly one fifth of the amount* released I en the whole thi. reason ~ __ !" tax w as,Uw.ted ,o y,e, I REP0R T?n^ ( N P Hf^ZstH^T Ca W "W l ^Sr5i t £82.400.000 glerllng). ,., ,, ern Europear : Fadden announced t h .i t there-„,„„,,.,„ ln SwiU4 r | anr| iir( .. wilh would be increased defence expenou foundation' tigualK dlture and £50.000.000 Australian nnaiirlal cMet% ^a hCTr today. I currency ( £40.000.000 sterling) There have been some small I would be applied la the stockpiling transfers ii Is understood, but only | of certapa^^rateiic stores and Up connect! an with commercial) equipment [and ftnanela! Rgreemenls —Renter. —Reuter ~ Being part owner of Ihe raihmi/s. coal mines, ana steel industry. I /all to see ichv an extra penny an hour botners VOM.Slmpklnt WASHINGTON. Ocl |2. France proposes to double its haild: defence spending next year pro-' l a Phase Is over." vided it gets approximately $750,000,000 m outside aid, usually I The rr *ch Governnwnt con reliable sources said today 'idem that ihe military situation in Olllcials said that plans f,,, 1 1 1 "-^"" -null for another two boosting France's defence budget' ln ll_ nc comb t division?, being were presented lo the Slate and '' ut ,l tne •'""•i !" 1 In addition Defence departments just prior to' tr 140.000 strong French and th arrival of French Defence l "•'""n I-egion Army. Minister Jules Moth in this country yesterday. The French pioposal. they said, conlemplutes increasing defence expenditures from around $1.200,. 000.000 ..US year to ,-irounrt $2,4S0.000,0011 during 1M1. Moch is gelling quick American approval of plans during %  round of conferences with top American iefence leaders so that his Govornment can present an expanded military budget to Ihe French Parllumcnt shortly after It convenes next Tuesday. Officials said that the French plan calls for assistance not only from Ihe United States but also fjom Britain. Belgium, Italy and other North Atlantic Treaty allies. Mure than $500,000,000 of Fren. h Defence Funds, it was reported, woul.l be allocated to French troops now battling advancing Communist forces in Indo-China French Finance Minister. Maurice Petsrhe. arrived here by plane today to join French Defence Minister Jules Moch in talks with high American officials —Reuter. It is not clear yet where thes* lu extra divisions are to com" fi in Parliament would haft i.ivs iisanction for sending men from the ordinary conscript nn • %  II home Supplle-i of arms are also large. i h laandDnd i>> the rate at which Hie National Vietnam army CM. be built up M the target figure 1 '.00.000 iinn At present about JO.000 are trainwl and in battalion [ormatlon Official elicits here nsnsri i nnndein e in French forces belnx able to hold rich rice delt M in the Tonkin area, but* furl hoi withdrawals (nom outposts near the Chinese frontier are foreseen. The French (Iov> rument hat til** I... Hi, Nat '"' •' meeting ( rlw.-'ii General Juki who Is flying to Indo China on Sunday A) investigate the -ituatlon, n.ol ( oneiol MacArihur, but th Govi inntent would warmly wekonn* n.. id .—Renter 12 s |)auihh Hofupeos Arrive At Brazil WO Ut JANE1HO. One 12 Forty-two Spanish refuge*' Ha were arrested on disembark .*. al .^nioelo in the northeri state of Ceaia two duy .,,, r nved Ust nighl al rurtei*>. ih. .npiUl or Ihe MUIIC xiate unde iwllee eaeort They had h-n Tenertffe on August 3. They gald theli i rigl'ial destination wa Venezuela but the boat gol lost on Uu lilgti sea* as the result of .i violent storm which lasted Huedays After floating adrift fot 10 days they ccidentally i<-j..-he > ihe Brazilian coast night befur %  last. The refugees who rr mostl. skilled workers, said they decide i lo leave Spain because rondnion> '.here were becoming unendurable for those wh.. live ' %  < %  %  I.I' !', i r-1 |,l.,i|. ,,( Unl Cii-ek (iovi'inment's gllege.1 neglect The lepers representing 2MI on Bp naloagi protested to tinbnn BlflllUllnhnl at Aya Marina that Ihay had no doctors or nurses ti care for them and that they bad not reoelve ppia last night In uu urea about 3 squnre miles hephsrda found half eaten sheep md lambs lOasdd nAd DUl hie the wolves' dens. Word went arouml u> vartou ful "woffle" he had heard about the Empire at past Conferences and urged Tories lo take some ...lion lo spread the faith when they returned home %  ti.tngly supported bv .mother earnest speakei who •tsked his audience to take colonial student* into iheir homes in order that they mighl learn tiboul the British way of life. roia h< iKimted out. was sometbUVg the) could not lejrn about in the "undesirable" lodgings which were often the best the\ could obtain. The Conference has drawn forth the following comment from Lord Heaver brook V' Erentng standard: -thg debate might well laetJf) UM morale of the Tory PRtty, II *.(KHi T.xi.-s R Ihered i> I" find m ihe Empire live *-' >.tl pQnRJ.4 faith for .huh thev will havs done somslhinr of much u-.itu importanca naan holding I s u ccessful )arnboree beside tha m The* will jlso have found 'hiwnuwlve* U.S. AID .**>.? HRITAIN WASHIHQ rON, i.i vi. Agreement ha* bean rntniiiniJ i>'tw>'tii Bntaln and iht States on AnunTtonn >m U) the first £200.000,000 vtag.. i | i'S.aoo.ooo.iMin thraa-ye a r reuimameni programme, officials b I Kmt.r ledaj Aureement waa reached call inn the live-day %  visit here oi the British Minister lllages to-day lor shepherd* and for Economic Aflaln Hugh local peaaai.u u. of genre. woU; OnUsneJ*. who was d'ts to Vesve ir-it, all over the area -Renter for Ol.,.. i Czechs Brand 800 Moitkn VATICAN CITY, Oel 12 Vatican •ourccg tonlghl slleged at 300 Catholic monks had been oianded by Cseihoalovak police efore lieing deported from southern Slovakia to unknown destluatim M i.aii. that act.idlng lo raporta reaching them .i in Ciuiiu-lovukia Ihe train rnr' %  ifhi ill i IVI_. si ...a. I' %  : ( monks among the group 'ihe %  ourcos added Then ihey stamped a number on he log of each deportee with a branding iron It waa alleged At dawn the train moved on. Nothing nad since been heard of the monks he source* said —it<-uw -Meuler. SHAH OF PERSIA WILL MARRY DEC 27 TEHERAN Oel 11 The Mi Md 18yeur-old Soruy* Kafainliari will be marrici on Dncnfflbfll p ; H was ofllcially unnounced here lodav The dale tommies with Ihe hirthdny "f Propln t Mchumiiinl Th<11-ycnrolri Shah Mohainnicl RnSg was fenim-nlously betrothed to the girl vesterdnv —Reuter TI'.I.L THE ADVOCATE THE NEW* Ring Ills I>a or M*hi to/THE AOVOCATE PAYM FOR NEWS Inrueli Frcsidrnt K.luriis Home TEL-A-VIV. Oct 12 Hi Chuiin Weizmann, President of Israel arrived at Lydda airport loday on his return from a thrt-months stay in Iwitierigad m


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PAGE FOUR BARBADOS AHVOCATF FRIDAY. OCTORF.R 13. H50 AXD SO SAY ALL OF VS BARBADOS &* A1A (MU !"•—) • f -1 Friday, October ix n: *r>ter COMMERCE THERE are In every community UltJons "(he r than those of HitGovernment which have bean founded by private individuals in UM Interests of the country and without a tanee tba ;ulminisiration of government would bo a much more difficult task. Such .in institution is lh** Barbados Chamber of Cumn.n. The Chamber of Commerce was founded in 1825 with the specific object of "establishing and preserving uniformity of commercial practices, maintaining just and equitable principles in trade, settling and adjusting controversies and differences on matters of trade, promoting and tottering all measure* appertaining to trade and commerce, and doing Mich other things as may be conducive t" the extension of trade, commerce, or industries, or incidental to the attainments of the above objects." After 128 years of existence the Barbados Chamber of Commerce has a membership of 147 who are responsible for the direction of trade and to whose business activities it is mainly due that the Government now collects thousands of pounds on taxation in one form or another and employment for thousands of people is found. On more than one occasion in the past the Government has had to rely on the assistance of the Chamber for the carrying out of programmes.failure of which would have ruined the economy of the island. In the recent past when readjustments in trade policy and the maintenance of controls on trade were desired by the Colonial Office, and when the people of this Island protested that they were being made dupes for the purpose of sustaining British Export Trade at a particular level, it was to the Chamber of Commerce that the Government sent its Acting Colonial Secretary not merely to explain but to seek support for the continuance of an objectionable policy. The merchants, for it is they who comprise the Chamber of Commerce, with the full realisation that the continuance of that policy would hamper trade and restrict profits, gave as far as was possible, support in order to prevent any embarrassment of the Government or the Colonial Office. When shipping in the West Indies became difficult und the Colonial Office informed West Indian Governments that there could be no control of shipping companies, it was the members of the Chamber who protested but also encouraged other shipping and airline companies to come in. The ultimate interest of the Government and the Chamber of Commerce are bound to be the same. The good and well-being of this community is the greatest service which these two can render. The means of achieving this end cannot always be the same and there are times when the methods employed by each will appear to clash with that of the other, but close examination will disclose an identity of aims. Two communications recently from the Chamber to the Government have been handled in a manner which indicates discourtesy on the part of the Government and one member pointed out that little notice was taken of suggestions from the Chamber. In one instance the Chamber enquired of the Government as to the proposal to establish a Deep Water Harbour. The letter was acknowledged but no further information vouchsafed. In the change over from lighterage and other methods which make the handling of cargo at this port the most expensive in the world, it is the members of the Chamber of Commerce whose financial and other interests are Jikely to suffer. And they are entitled to know beforehand what to expect. In the matter of the granting of a public holiday on the occasion of the return of the West Indies Cricket Team of 1950, prudence dictated that, after one closing day, Sunday had been followed by a BankHoliday, (the first Monday in October) an> holiday should have been a half holiday if not conveniently postponed. The objections of the Chamber were not merely that business would suffer but that thousands of people who had not prepared for the long closing period would suffer materially, as they did. If the Chamber had been consulted they would have been able to point out that there should be some amendment of the programme of celebration. If Barbados is to maintain its relatively high standards of living and at the same time to develop a healthy economy there must be co-operation between those who t 'rovide money and those who spend it. t is no sign of health that there should be misunderstanding between the Government and a Chamber of Commerce which has served Barbados well. The appeal by Mr. Lucie Smith that the Chamber of Commerce should be fully representative and that any necessary adjustments should be made to achieve wider representation is indicative of a willingness on the part of the Chniher to do its part in the interests of the people of Barbados. Because orly where there is harmony between Government and Commerce can there be expansion of trade sad *n increase in employment PIPELINE ACROSS PRAIRIES "I t liin'i care RUSSIA !" ^! Without It You Get Nowhere— BI..VT buy ii copy of the diet for like almost all honks, eaptsa ire icarcc. If you have Blat with thebead .ilcswoman in the Slate-owned oesaheii selling, the dictionary, 'ie may be prepared to put i opy aside tur you when tinnext '"•livery cornea in. Better still, perhaps you have 1st with oil" of the directors ot the Stall Publishing; Tl .•Itonsiblr lor the publication >l •• dictionary. Then lie will nx If for yOU to get one Hut if you have no direct Blat with any of the people Immediately concerned with the allocation Of dictionaries. then the next best thing IK to hav.U.it with someone who has. Your Bl.il. of course consists in ondering this person .• servic<" Maybe your trade group hat. a iinleen which ran supply some hing he cannot gel Trom his. Or perhaps you know one of lbs pIloU of the Moscow-Prague sir :ervice, who can bring something Mom Prague which your friend .idly wants (You would need considerable Blat with the pilot though lor this ) Anyhow, this service which you render your friend will induce him to render a service to the saleswoman or-Sireclor which wiU muae them in their turn to be forthcoming with the dictionary That Is Blat. In English wc would probabb c.ill it -pull" Old-boy network If you have not got Blat in the great Soviet democracy, you will I ave a hard Ufa indeed. For here the Socialist plan has been realised. The means of production and distribution am! xchangc have passed under th loiitrol of tht S'ate. and tin.', means the old-boy network of bureaucrats and party pfMN Kcntsia 1 it is Blat that helps too factory managers to earn bonuses tor fulfilling their production plat. and bigger ones still for exceeding It Blat will enable a skilled worker to get around the strict works discipline regUlsUoni which prevent a worker leaving one SCtOI) toi mother. The factorv manager can only fulfil bis quota if he gets his material* on Urns and lots or them He can only get them it he IT* S.i ion Deliver has Blat and cm bribe the ma i who has the materials with some extra service in return. In almost i very case, Bfctl M illegal, bwaltes the evasion ol %  oms regulation laid down by the party or the State. 'Squeeze' It hi. .. growth of a bribe ;md sq t "inline itself to nourishes > republics nu/akhetan. the spout a neou.' i pread net at m arnica Moscow, but in such renou Kirghizia and POCKET CARTOON hy osniiu LANCASTER Wulp w*. T uio staffv— he iayi if I accept thu teat on the StSM Board / thai: be taktnu a peeraqt oaf o/ the 'nouth (>• ton.r d'i'rvtnn exCom !" unutt m gees and repatriated German prisoners, make it clear that the Soviet Union'; mam problem Is still "Guns o. Butter Unfortunate common people the high-ups In the Kremlin havi* chosen guns Now they I re trying to make Jp lor the shortages caused by ibis decision. Up to now many of the workers in the collective farms have hiri their own little bit ol land whlcn Ihej cultivate when their work for the collective is done The. grow their own vegetables, keep tin ir own dm kens, and %  oow and I pij 01 two BOOM si la U, usually at prices a Sjood dm l higher than those In the. State food shops it U the Birh wives' bii of Bia But now it la to be stopped. The collective* ore Ix-ing en larSRRJ by putting two. three M even four collectives toSJttbSI Blkd making ih.-iii nit %  • %  Th" lann worker.' own land Is to be rot retted l i And S#-e SI MTHM. II' Pravda complains that the party commit,cv in Makeevka had been shutting 11* eyes to what was toii.g on at the local Puleprovod Cement Factory. All it cared about was that the factory had been fulfilling Its plan. The management was making private deals In cement, says Pravds But the commitnc pro looted the director against criucsBBs. Clearly that director had Bla' but not quite enough to stuve oil the reporters ol Pravda. Which shows that while you mutt have Bial to live in Russia you must also haw prudence. Tanks, now . Reports of travellers recent!) arrived from lUiatda, Soviet refu How. therefore, are the common people of the Sov i fooling today, live years after the war — Are they disappointed that the hardships of war are ;x>ntlnulng. and WmX now sacrifice .ire being demanded in the name %  "I IHMI To get the true ai. must divide Ihe Soviet Union in two. For t it Baa am, Asiatic people! of the U.S.S.R. the postwar outlook is MS with hope foi Ihe future. Big Industries arc being built m Vhelr areas—albeit by slave labour Airways, railways, and c.nals are opening up their home lauds. The people of Furopean Russia, on the other hand have MM their standard ol living depressed to near Asiatic levels. The Utopian ideals which roused them In the twei tven the thirties have been degraded to tired cttchej These cliches are hammered m by loudspeakers blaring on the market squareBut .hey have lost their elai. and their appeal. All that the peopl,. In till •• heve to keep them going Is a *ing* of permanent rn*ian,' is no magic Blat Ixiiulon K.\pi %  S.-i %  %  %  %  -< .;i %  owe. lite. •. asclsnd n oil to ihe i % %  %  Janada by at least $190,001 -p-nt for i ng petroleum from abroad 10 Bgas 1 war, Wben petroleum i< usually difficult all II. was officiating was of Ihe first order, but >' only lhinitial chapter in ihe story Before aths go by. this pipe line will have been i-xtended to the nearest tip of Lake Superior," he said, "a distance of nearly 1.200 miles. After that, 'her than the I'niied Stales, will be ie major source ol supply for pelioieum products province of Ontario This pipe DS ll not only .. new unit in the transportation Canada) but its eenatnaetton mbol of Ihe spirit of enterprise that forms a %  "my." But or pew discoveries of petroleum in the icinlty of Edmonton, the interprovincial pipe line mild rot have been built, the Minister pointed construction was sn indication of the afldence of the oil Industry in the abundant > igineering studies on the %  rtsksn In the latter part of UM8. 1,-lutling possible it;axlmuin through-puts, the ..irying temperatures on the viscosity of rude, and Ihe pressure drop per mile In pipe of afious dun OsSssSSBSJ IfBSSrsaai Largriy I'sed Trade and Commerce. I was invested in obtaining a inaxunuin of materials for ho project of Canadian or British origin, as means l helping with our acute United States dollar roblcm of that day. To this end. the Inter pi ovlnlal Pipe Line Company gave Its full co-operation am happy to say that the pipe line is built of inadian materials and by Canadian workmanship %  i the extent that procurement in Canada was md pa ihi 1 ition of the required tonnage of steel esultCd i?. UamptSS of co-operation na.ng steel manufacturers in rlifferenl countries. ad the custornsrs wao depend on Ibeo Iritish mnmif.u tuiers % %  rssd to ship 30.000 to 'O.ooo ions of piote to Canada, which v/ss not Lntebte for pipe rolling but sati % %  urposes. In exchange for this plate, the Steel Of Canada agreed to release from Its Hamilton plant enough special pipe line steel plate •n allow Page-Mersey Tubes Limited to produce a Nirge portion of the required steel pipe. Customers who would, otherwise have used that special sod to the slight Inconvenience, and were %  Totreted against any increase cost by the pipe %  his company. I Cubes Limited built a new rolling Mill at Welland. Out for making pipe up to 14 I nches m diameter, representing an mvSjatinSllI Of $3,000,000 About 178.000 tons of high-test steel %  nil into lbs construction of Ihe pipe line Contractors on the two Canadian divisions have betIsrsd Ihs work schedule of 150 days by more than week." Mr Howe continued. "Larger and longer pips lines have been built, but not in that limited work schedule. The completion of the pips Line In that period makes it the fastest major undertaking . It mi note ihat in British Guiana a public road is shut to all traffic when iu>oting is in progress )iut ms of our roads are closed \ 1. ui.ir baffle du n dssro hi a meeting of the Legislature. Why cannot a section of our beaches be closed for u short time 00 certain occasions to certain bathers or pleasure %  eekeri in pastime uhich is encouraged and sponsored by the British War OsMS in.w oe engaged In? Incidentally it may be mentioned that the removal of the Government Range may very well 1 M in I] [mental tin 1 a 1 LBS shooting in that It will mean greater expense bo say nothing of difficulty for members to get to "w new range—I can think of no pises %  11 mllss. Membership may decrease and so will the number f pi There will then IRa falling off in the SfBck l t those very psrSOVH tsfao will be called upon to defend the bathers and iir^ seekers in any IOCS national emergency. J E GRIFFITH. Xiwi/Hi/M-r V eeslgeJ **/ Si'hovl* r The Cdftor, The Advocate SIR.— I an again making a ilea for tills paper u IMread at Girls' and Bovs' School throughout the Island. Can't the Schools do this small favour for modemminded youths? Many Ion* to MMs a dally paper, and It tt a greet eueouraitcr If we are lo have so much education, we must get alter the .schools and see that they are health* and comfortable. I noVe many look congested and •.here is very little str, n. a i-.iuils give their best. Thank.. Sir. FOR YOUTH. Ilvlpful Virata The Editor. The Advocate SIR.—Your leading article -Bad Manner-". i^ well-wrilten and .should be well read. I am very thankful to read .hat Mr. Blackburn.-, Antigua's Governor is a worthy product of let Service, etc. It is not only a blot, but a disgrace on the West Indies In general. When this display of bad manners, and -conduct i* encouraged. %  ward. As Lord Nelson said. "The Wasl Indies is the place /or hon.1 those who disgrace It will eventually be found out. Truth Shines! RESENTFII. fa^D.v. scorr TO-DAY'S SPECIALS ft CO.. LTD. at the COLONNADE Usually NOW I inI A U'KICOT JAM (J lbs ) M .54 I'IIIS <>\ Al.TISK (Lug*) I.L'I Ifilil.-. UXSOm BKKK .^6 1.1.' MATS susan .1 .-.'ii and While. Illuv — 27" x 16" I'CIIFSUI. Illue. Blue anil While — 22' x 21'' l>rnin-board, Green und While, Red and While, Blue and While — 22" x 14" HBKK S'os. 1, 2. & 3. Plain No. 1. 2 & X Figured No. 1. 2 & 3. C.L.S. WILKINSON & IIAYNES CO., LTD, Successors To C. S. PITCHER & CO. PHONF.S 4472 4 4687 SANTON WATER HEATERS models ia 5. 12. .HI & 411 guls. HAIR DRESSING EQUIPMENT ataCOSTA'S II in III) AX IM:I'T. =*s= RECEIVED IN OUR WOOLLEN DEPT. &f A Small Sliipiuenl of ALL WOOL BLANKETS Sixe 60" x 80" nl $IU2 each in the following Colours:— ROSE, PINK. SAGE, SKY. SAXE, CAMEL and PEACH — Also — WHITNEY ALL WOOL WHITE BLANKETS Size 72" x 90" al $1(1.22 each SECURE YOURS NOW FROM • DaTOSTA & < •., 1.4. DRY GOODS DEPT. LOOtCATTHeSB NOURISHING FOODS Tn #*'*// 1'ofgr 1'hitdnn im 4.<><, 00 pr tin 14 os. Fish Caa* 12. '* 16 o> SU-ak A Kidney Pudding & At " ll 1 1 ii/ Suluna I'uddim 48. Hridlrsa CoH Ftah ,. 3* per la. Order Early from GODDARD'S



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FRIDAY. OCTOBER in. Ml i:\nn\niK ADVOCATE PAC.l 11 \l \ CLASSIFIED ADSJ " rr !" TELCPHONE .SOB nino done*. CWIM %  MM -. I U fM. H, Church Name a ol CBU k A oertLa Grant. Re* 1 .*..OfBtM : MM I I Oil HIM I MTniENrtD CASHIER Al'AhTMMrT Al Worming, on* fully M %  • : gftro. i .. IT' r %  nt. ..-i THANKS n MM I I wtit Wrftth. with u* in nuwd ii-i*r4u beg u, I"; Mr tt Ht Ml %  death of our df.i r.i 1/ uMvn BTOI Mil tV-in. %  n m Ml M>J HlgtMl te-'m.oi.i..* ur.lca. aubaoouent > I'IKIII WALKS UNDER THE SILVER HAMMER in A in* n .j 'IIII> furni.h*d. I OM Mr. A I _h Qk Onlbl Clane to %  w %  I IJ„0| A*.-. FOB SAl I AUTUMOTIVI'. CAR Mil"" i-wiMinii.ii C. J.I Apply JE Pierce l.vTirh At O 13 lv Mt 3n I %  40. 31.M* miWa CAM — 1 V-ushatl %  M-Mlni 1 Ford V-) •Ml %  ->•' %  %  "" %  ' %  ""' -'l'" I'T"* FORT ROYA1 OARAOa l.ul Trlepnon* 4*M II 1" I -M CAH V | I IMMI li. iif MOTOH iviii; M.P Motor Apply ii> J A Cli Bunk ..I Canada %  .' I ID V 1* ELM TKICAI. ruECTii'c IRON Iron $i 00 alrno-t i to Nan BircUM* I M) M M-i.. Ccnlin EIXCTRICAL WIRE A FITTING". 3 0. 7 neAlw cord mp holder., flu.h and tumbler awitrhri. |olnl boles, wood block* •aid many other llema Engum An in Tyre CD Trafalgar St Phone MM It 10 tO t f.n PAINTINU SET Electric ft) Painting art Good condition tM Owner moving to non Electric are.. O. WARD. EMM St Michael FrM Cub l->t MM New KO m Electric ere* b Mi.h.cl It in 3o IWANIKA' Worthing Horn l.t vmbft A fulls fi.rm.hed Bun alow %  MM Dial ttrt or MM. I) 10 inJn OFFICIAL NOTICE IN THE ASSISTANT COURT or APPEAJ. i Equitable Jurisdiction. RICHARD ITANLIY NlCrlOU.S ,! %  ,.,. I..' lAIUIa*. GRIFFITH .Defend* V trtirauanre of an Order In Ihl. Court In the amec action made on th.llh d..> ul September. IM>. 1 give %  Marl or lntatc.1 M „ r •) cumbrenee afleitiiur all mat eertaoulece or parcel or land Worthing Via* m th* par, i It of Cn.i. Churrh end I.land aforoaid rontalnma iiundreth* ul a parch ui I ..bulling and bound on land, ul Florence Bare on land* of .m e.tai. ..( D Griffith 'drmiPili mi l-nd. of Loutte Uawc on land* of II I D Hwn.e 'decraaedi on land, of Mr. %  n.ai MM %  t* II— Tin* Conkmi I • tt 3> o'clock Tvrma t'atfi RkANKrl. TROTMAN at COAmlt.m.-i10 10 %  ir RRAL BSTATB IN PlimotlMk. MNTKBHAT. U |M L3.0U COCONUT HIUHOTIU Hi awing riioin dining room. II '*" norm batfirooma. kr" l MtraMI guailata and garage *'.'' futnl'had. and with B ft aai, .hina. cut for luiihar particular, apply !•" %  llolktridar. Montaarral KaaKMOM -I'r.i't-nlMir n %  wngMllMi %  landing on I.TM aq lac' > by phuruug :'•' C N Taylor l "• M> *" i AS; > .'ii i%  Villa*" ' M:ii.a*l A(ipm 3.000 *U n, Apply f M>A niton. Vaopci Cot. WnilcoarX Hoad ii :n M> •> %  -., MOIII1N ATTRAtTIVt rHLIHOlt. BITNCAI.OW Modnn all • _ __ -—-. —MU bungalow l.aa* -i ft. lnd. ) Hril KMlMar will. th chatlcl dwcl .„,„,, L. IM DrawlM-room, K U gliouMT and all and •lugiiUi i.lhai lh* r 0-i | a(t ( ^„ ( ; HO-HIUUIAT' >lt H Ci...l.) Shell lAmericani On* ,| fad condition. Four malning on guaxanta* Phona *447 It 10 50 -In fl> • Cubic iMBTMjtB •' %  old in p*rLIVESTOCK PUPPIES Mai* Bull TVtTlcc l-upolc 7 waa*. old. MOO and 3 M a-Th Apply "Somanat". Upper nitucnl SM ^ 32 V SO—Hi MECHANICAL TYPFWHITEH One Standard Un darwood T> pawn tar Excallant condi tlon HUIjyCR Ilroa Swan gt. rl M II 10 M < In liuilditvg. and rracUona' on the aald 'U rrett.d and bulll alDndliut nid i—ing with tha app.tr • brir.g oetore rue an account al than aatd cUlmi with Ihfir •imnari. Oocuinefit. Mli I" be examined by me I MaaaW, or nidai oetweeti Ml tour, ol 12 inooni and 3 M the atKtitoou. at (ho Office Of Ihe Clark of in. Aaalatant Court of Appeal at Ihi Court Kouae. Bridgetown, before in. 22nd day ol November. lOW. In ordrt that audi claim, may be ranked according to tha nature and prtetliy ilieieol r*p. <.. •pace for PaiMliy atltOO Apply "Someraef. UPI-'I rnont Road 2M Preference fthare* of < 1 eacl v Factory Ltd 111 Barbed,Fire The above will he ael up for aai< public competition on Friday, the llth Ml teat. %  STB IMM under.tarved will rl up for the benefit* of lh*at their Office. No IT High !ti Urideelown. on Friday ihe llth day of October, al 2 p.m. Ii .%  akM .,l~ | r !).-' Mi MM MM 1 ing on IJt arniare feel of land a' Upper Roebuck Street, above the More Inspection on application Id Mr Branch, al the Joiner'* Shop oppoalta any day etcepl Sunday For further particulara and condition! of male apply to — COTTL* CATFORD \ CO MISCELLANEOUS For thai bright unite u*e %  •*.Ildl'* Tooth Pa.te aa It clean, and pollahea your Teeth Price II tube KNIGHT'S Ltd II 10 SO—3n Ferrndlc Ir. laieflavour *d ulea may be be mad* mi, aUcee of bre* Granule* la a ChOcOIron Tonic The grontaken dry or they may a aandwlrh. with thin I and h..lter Price %  • KNIOII'i u io w-an MRS WILKINSON ha. received CRACKERS. CHRISTMAS DECORATIONS. NOVELTIES. TOYS, fnp the Annual Bauuu Pleaae help the Old Ladle* Home bv making vour Chrlrtmn purchaaea at Ihe BAZAAR 11 in to M Owing to an overalock ol "Aurora' Viola we have reduced tha Urge all* from Mc In Mr and fhe email fron Me to Mc. an buy now KNIGHT'S Ltd II 10 10—TI -*,000 Men'* Shirt* ol guaranleed wearing quality at 13 00 nnd t3 each ROYAL STORE It 10 M-1 SHIRTS PYJAMAS Bov and Men'* Shirt* and Mm. ordered to Mearurc can be delivered within fnu boure RBI.IANCT. SKIRT FACTORY 13 10. SO In We have Barla which healthy gum. In .lock trim" Denti II 10 90—in M O QALVANiZEn COMRttnATtill SH EETS Prime quality Tit O II — B ft Ht) 0 ft M og per aheet Oht-lmbl* from HARRISON'S IIARDWARF Store. Broad St II 10 toPPBT.il. NOTICES THE AflHOCWTED BOARD OF THE ROYAL acrt ooL o r MUSIC reOTaCDJ The board bega to notify the icecner that Ihe Written F.tam takea place on Sal urdgy November *ih at the Ureuilne C-n venl at 10 ocloek Forma and lee* mu* be In by Ihe end of October Aeahford. B, l3 hom *_'n in.-,. OFFICIAL SALE IAHHADOS IN THE ASSISTANT COURT J or vi-i.ii i Equitable Junadlction < II1CHARD STANI-EY NICHOIJ-S (Plalrtlifli lxiULHC URIFFITH iDefendant NOTICE U hereby given that by virtue of an Order of lh* Aaalalant Court of Appeal dated the llth day of September. — there will be .el up for -are to Ihe it the Office ol th. Clerk >f Appeal at Ihe Cotitl ll<"i.e. Bridgetown, between the noonl and I o'clock In the ..in| .II ..n Friday, the twenty fourth day of November. I ago all lhat certain plee* or parcel of land .lluate al Writhing View In the part.h of Chriat Church and l.land aforeaald conUlnlng hv admeaiurement twenly-lwo prrche* and rlfteen-hundreth* of I perch or thereabout* abutting and hounding an land* ol Florenco Rice on land, ol the %  %  Mie of C Ortmih ideceoardi on land* o( loulaa Dawe on land* ol th* ealirir ol B. 8)no* fdacenaadi on land* or Mr* Marl* layne and on a road over which there i* a right ol way to the public road called Worthlrg View Road howeier .ltd boui the abaH logethrr with th* chatt. r.wcuingnouae and all and alngular other the bunding, and erection* on lh* lakl parcel of land erected and built atanding and being the appurtenance., and II not then aold the aald property will b* art up lor aale on every aucceeding Frldv between the aim houra until lh* iwir I* enld lor I *um not leaa than £3M 6 I D"ted ihl* llth day of SeplembeT. 109" I V. GIlKrS. Ag Clerk of tha AaHatant Court of Appeal OFFICIAL NOTICE 'ANT COURT OF APPEAL FqiUtahliJi i V.MlttMAH LAVINGTtiN Mc<*J*~\ Plaint AMEY AMELIA ST CI-AIB AU 1>.. ; !., Of pui-.uanre of an Order In till* CU in the nbove action made on the I day of October IteD. I give notice all par-nn. having ..ny ertat*. rlcnt Of Irtareat In or any Hen or Ineumbrancinent twenty perch*. g leaa butting and houiidlin I ir li-te of one Forde end on To I x uccouni ..f then heir wltne.ee*. documentor Friday rvoom and 1 o'clock In Ihe Office of the Clerk Court of Appeal at Bridgetown, hefnr* December ISM. in or •Ima ii .ay be ranked l.Mi.'H' hour* of II I hfMrMwn %  >' Mg rutUMBl Court Houae. 20th day of cording In lh* nature %  hereof re* pec lively: pemrHi* will be precluded from benefit of Ihe aald Deere*, and be prlved of all claim on or i.gain.t %  eld property. Clalmante ar* alao notified that I muel attend the aald Court on Wedi C*y, lh* JOth day ol December inoo 10 o'clock a in whan their laid cla will be ranked Given under mv band Ihl* llin ol October ItOO I V Gll-KLS Ag Clerk of il>e Aaalilant Cur Appeal 11 10 toSHIPPING NOTICES ROYAL Nl THERL .NOS % %  al V T II Had.r .i %  *>* ^II. 1 rtaOMaM ' %  1 1 1 KHIHIg I n P4BAM >"IMI iN' *'• ' l' i | Oaerwood tor M V, %  PI 2UI 1 3*.l Date o( Sailifl 1 .All.X.I 1 r i .mi in 1 %  H-niniH %  HI. -s*---r Owmtrf 1 •II UM iln. • %  lt-1 No, 4M7 • -. -..s WS 1 IO I in ..1 S.IC*madian Nutiouul Steamships • Ul 1. Ml. Arrleaa Sail* H> MM Malllai BaMan Barbel *a II OM it OB* Z1 Ogl te 0 %  Ocl %  %  ; n Ort N.. 1 Nov. %  Nov • Nov It Noe ii MM „,,, Ma V.ll... Arrt**. MM Arrival h.ika*. Mai-afa. H..**a. Hal if. Mealraa -. Jeto ?0 No*. M M %  -.: l-Vll\ Ii-. %  1 %  I jUtDOri ; sd.STlN ft r 0.. LTD. At' 11 '*' .liK-pcli-mushagf-ndcd %  Ftiii.tui^h /..vi f. u-popotaiMU*. ,.,.,. i 4.oo6-mv (l.*Eht at laoti.i % %  > M chsrfcfor ihi feac %  Qutrntocl jbout in hlppopoU-nui to in i %  hostess's armn. after Utv landing was wet with ,...i pens to ..II hippos i pvwro, Pirnnv hipp.. -ier.' said n •xpert ... That hapBone, a pigmy. %  %  Bv '.1lll.il'. AMENDMENT TO DAIRIES ACT SOUGHT London Kvpfrss HrrMi'e HARBOUR LOG In Carlisle Ba> The Sanitary C'ummi' St Mit-hat'i yesterduy dajetdod l" write a letier to ihe General %  llcaltli ashintt that a Con mil'...tt'.iii ili.ii iKKly lnMroetor <>r Medical m .-i-I ..mimilto.' ,. i 'I i ." %  ..' %  Health to visit ihe extatlni: ihe city area and see II smile indment could not be I ifymg on ur'': on v.hnii iid bo kepi *>iUiJn tinextended City limits. This w;i-. ihe rOStllt 01 %  niotn D made by Mr. VIctM I IN MI. B. A WI .'-.In I iH'.l.l Mi K I) Mi.|ll.> I i-f tha ContrnlaMtonafa' of ll'Miih i.'i.i ilnqusajtlon up that it wm ooMall) drawn b i.. thai Uv cxK'in.. of one >eur which Dl anntod dalrj Itoa p a r i, cfxpirad on i i IBM He muni-.that -.-int. 14 (It of the 1948 Dairy d I ii-neral Hoanl ol H>UIKIIT tha I);nri.ii Att. 1941 pmblbitad the rteepiiir "i dalrtei within Ihe extended i II m Octobar 5, 1949 loull araaia "> seh i. ^eh Cyil r. Smith, Mi / %  %  t rier. Srh Franc-. W Smllh. Srh i'1-nderfiil Counaellor. Sch lady No|-..-I.I.-%  %" IHue War IB M V lady J-' MM M M ' ABIIIVAI s s s uiH.viiie. 4 :.m.\ t.... I' M v Man '-•%  i u <' %  iii"%  i %  Ouaira B a Sunpiliue IID ion. net Capt M 0SM Moll N June.. X MM .,., 1 : %  lay II 30 T... I.I (W.III.K ,. SI l.l. ... s g ii.i. i ..!.... II..',.. SPANISH TUITION PERSONS dealrou. of acquiring K,d foundation In Bpanlah or ol rear ir.g eiandarda up to the Meuirulnti. .* n interview Mr E Mc D Wgrd the Modern High School any event between IJQpm and S pm Onl^ imill number la manageable for lucre. NOTICE THE Tea-Room and labrory of II Women* Self Help Association will I opening on Monday 10th October %  -ignor. of cake* am i.*ked to aend In U NOTICE "Th* COTTAOB OTI SHOP having their CHRtSTMAS opening FrUlsy. ifh Oct. ,(,.. chlldron'a an a vary good %  and ueafu) gUls Cracker*. Xfnai Irr NOTICE OFFICIAL NOTICE HAHBADOS IN THE ASSISTANT COURT OF APPEAL lEquilable Jurladlctlon. lll'PF.HT KSNRICK WE1X*H-Plaintlfl ST KYUON WELCH -Defendant. NOTICE u hereby given thai by virtue of an Order of the Aaalatant Court of Appeal dated llie llth day ol September, ISM there will be art up for aaio 10 the highe.| bidder al Ihe Office of Ihe Clerk %  if the Aa.Utant Court of Appeal at the Court Houat, Bridgetown, between the hour* of II (noon) and t o'clock In In* gftemoon on Friday, the twenty fourth .1 November. 1090 all thai certain piece or parcel of land .Ituate In the pan.h ot Sainl Peter and liland of Barbados. above*a Ml contain Ing by eatlmond sevan hundred aquare 11, butting and bound Ins n landa now or late of Mr.. Sarah onnell and Mr. Anna Plnketton and on ie Public Road called "Dragon. Alley'* r however elae the same may butt and ound together with th* Meaiuagr or wellinahovue thereon, and II not then nkl the .aid pmprrty will be *et up for il* on every luooaadlng FrMlay between lie Mm* hours until the aame 1* aold n, a turn not Mss than *4M Of. M Di'ed ihi. llth day of September. 1S9S 1. V GILKES. OFFICIAL SALE ItARtlADOM IN THE ASSISTANT COURT OF AI'1'I-.AI. .Equitable Jin IMII.III.H %  VAI.DEMAK 1AVLNUTON Mrt'lavAN. Plaintiff AMEY AMELIA 8T CI>IH AUaKYtir Defend ..nt NOTICE Ii hereby given that bv vlr tue of an Order of the Aaalatant Court of Appeal dated In* llth day of October ISM there will be MS up for % % %  hlghc-t bidder al th, ~' AOPlKatlona far Vealry Exhibitloni I JoTolrl. t Ol Michael, diila' fchoo. and I (Of Eayi at th* Bor.Foundation School, will M received b,. me no. OFFICIAL SALE BARBADOS IN THE AaaiSTANT COURT OT ApPEAJ. I Equitable JuriedKtloni RUPERT KENR1CK WELCH-Plainl.fT ST. RYBON WELCH Defendant IN purauance of an Order in thl. Court m the above action made on the llth gay ol Beptem.ee, IBM. I give notice lo all par.una I. .Ing any eetate. right or iitereat in or any lien or in runtbranrc aBerung all IMl cart a in piece or panel ol land alt MM in ihe %  Uh of Saint Peter and (aland nl Bar lo*. oboveeaid containing by eatinI tnree thou*aiul .even hundred sauare t „r iherrabouu butting and setaMIng land* DOW or IBM ol Mr* Sarah Con I and Mm. Anna Pinkarlon and .. %  Public Road called -Dragon. AlleClerk of the A*. • Oaajrl ll. Brldgeuivi Prlila' and belwe o'clock in the aftrm or late ot one Archer on landa new a late ol one Ford* on other landa ney or UM ol on* Ford* and M f U Bs M tlgg OM 3 butt and bouiag A the laid property I tin. lltli day .( ix %  SMOJ i -" I \Gil -h.. A .].'... • Court i o linden; hind wlutt tbej 'noant. As he saw it. within this. ODfl nitild keep ;i heiH rd iixrii. bulls, a single eow or two or a stud farm for that mutter M Uinn us ha did i ot til milk Ho paternal!) nit thai Lha law M It vt.-l. Bfhloh would it I low tverv 0D8 In Uw Ul .IN they did 'll milk, and prfahibiU i •ix oi* cik-lit COW! thoiiKh he mitih' bf on ;.ii aera of land m Thi imii. nm*Nii,iii to himind ..i Itatl a and ihoAtld o* i oi v earatull> Mr II A W. hm Mi nil ;.t Hfjiborn, ronta oelle had %  line dairy there wiUi about it Bcrai of land ind h< ';iiiti to knoa d ha rnuai eloai it down On the otaafjf hand he •.iid thiit | iiitlf VIIIUKC rjuU'da ol town and have %  dull, in 'inn lary place and althout-n the man ixjuld < .my n on %  ii i.i-iup in (hrr*tn Pne ii':;ul;itu.ni he s.ud wen """ DD-ARTUlltS in i lo ftink | hardship, nol r*bi THI-MUAM on J rk p w v pr w \ la who liveti In villii R e, i^MTaMa. Konifeth aVtwoMa nd (muni ii conven ent \u buv taiw-r.i. ituprrt Ed... I .n. Koodal. Thola Gonrale. SI Seawell < II:. CIK. IHWSAII wrif^ri ich Ln %  iUNiiiAi) .HI HM isih. 1950 FAME *2i 00 I W I i VASCOONE 8alun| Ul Martitilque, Qua PLYMOUTH and LE HAVRK on tha lll BtptaDsbar, i50. %  R. M. JONES & jliply I.. CO.. LTD.-Aflenls. '/.'.W/.V/.'.V.V/.V.W.V,. J The Barbados Mutual ;I J Life Assurance Sociaty J i LOST POLICY ^ J II nCBERT A I. 1. A N X J PROV1 RBS l .; I STANLEY i %  ERDS I '. nd V n in j, .Ul .1 J duplicate .t tha u I I | nth "f dupliS % %  [I ;. tar) B 29 H i ORIENTAL faOOIts: lArUcMlual rt'KOIS JI.VM.I.I.KRV H1LKH. isr llabU Mpanll| IIIWI s ilr. Nt DIAL %  ; I A1IKIVAI1 II* II W 'MI.AU Helen I Vollmei. f. .ii.'i.n Dr Nobrlga. W -Comm Irea.mond Claihe I • ' %  %  l nvlra llngglna. M-"I* • | I .loan llugglna. Charlaa Bell. San lai*li I., It.i.nhliw. tulU.ii F-.d"tll-vnr. Stella int. k.. II-'" UH '• v lor lUtrdwurv of <>wry Description M7TS THE CENTRAL EMPORIUM ^ Petition H in lus Bfftvatl capW I had the milk fnan theni pfeMntad the Hoard of Health Everyone knew feeee wag a .Mlh .i iKtiliuii fr. in the dail d milk in thla ei.uiiti keepers effected, pmyinji for and he did nut think |>eoi>l.sfmull repeal of the KeKiihdi'.r Thl Wfl be asked to shut down Hiturned down, hut the Board of and fo out of businwm M.-.,]tli liiid tmreed V bOom Ufefl Hian'ble V C (i.ilaid u,.i: time lo be extended for a furthei dalr) keeper! In HaS par) yrar which time expired on Oe ttotiOad H faj back .. 1933 that tober b this year. a certain dale, the; would knew thm Uw Comim-Me'' not be ..Iriwi tre --II HI -.'-i p U %  % %  ith th In Ihe elt) 11M} had been aiven pllnlit of the dairy keepers but'ample lime—10 years to contplj 11 the hi For i Wi. £uTnn3tn they had a duty in hv U OOODINU . Sch.a.1 on land, of on* Cummins or M.~m Hall Street on lar.il. of Keren Hewitt and on Ba.ter. Road i.r however elae the ui-i> may abut and bound Together with iimghoua* thereon .reded and all and .mauler othe. the buildina. air. lb* —id parcel of land erected Ond bvlill Handing and Iwrnf with Ihe app PrMa *I.T iu n and III ALL THAT cei.t. by I ag .,. %  -..,„'Al.ll'.l: %  now or late of F N I U Road Hh the %  %  %  if en %  all and an the public toad called amo may abul and • l-elhnah late "f other th* buildlnii and rreeUona on Ihe Mid porcal of Ii MMMt Mat I", i %  i i 1 '* %  IttOl ttat BtMR4rtefalAM Vpaet prtre: cl.OSB 0 0 Date of Sal* nth Octobar. IBM Hegl.t ration Otnee M H m ~M Raglatrar In -Chancery VACANT I'flST Pint Male. Trinidad Ciovernment Coastnl Sleuiners. Port Services Department APPUCATIONS are iiivite.i for 1 sal Trinidad i roveaaunertt C uae t al Ht Ciudiii. tat niuai 11 JS Home Trade Master Manner laWUad Trinidad or by the Marine Board of Jum-tii i. 01 I oarllWeata Of >ii|>ejior value Issued by a competent authority in tint-'nitid KingHorn or In any British Dominion or ColoCty, The salary of the poet it In the scale of $1,920 120 '.' 100 pei .inr.iim A commuted overlime Bllow.iiice of S25 |etv.ccn 10 pei •alary and rent paid, la payable to an officer who rents ut.fU quarters and an allowance efjual t'i dilTerence bfitv/ai %  f salary and 5 per cent of the annual value of furniture supplied in (Wivernment furnished quarters, Is payable to an officer Who rents urnished quarters. Allowances in both cues are tubject to a maximum of $50 per mensem for a married officer whoso family Is not | BTfch him and |30 per mensem for %  Free second class passages will lie provided on first appointment fur the officer and his family not exceeding live persons in all Mb* Hty time and not as a permanent right of the officer. free passage on leave aC'i I I nffl m lotir. not excedinK ihe cost of normal sen paatagai hi the |. %  "f i nnnlt n'. will be provided mwife and children subject to a maximun adult fares. The successful cundidi.tr will lie appointed on probation for two the first instin.ie. Mil.ject to his passing a mcdicul txamtnaHon. and will be re.|uir towards the Provident Fund Application! giving full particulara of qunlillc;i! ence, together rrtl iddreeeed to the Honour ll Secretary. Trinidad, to reach him not later than 22nd October, 1H50 12th October. 13 10.50.—3n. I.VYO# XI t\fm .Mart' t rrirulm WILLIAM FOGARTY LTD. Straag Pratlfcal i.n.l Cewarfal Ultl* TOBRAI.CO DRB8SI S ol Iniriu.iiiiK Dadfa. Sf Small i.nci.s ltd wo. i. ill, Kg— "I I i.i.il 7—(mm ll.M lo $5.50 *Mh I..ADII S 'T' mirBTS aaaiulag colour, ul 11.17 each HOYSI'lll.ll SIIIUTS. Wliii... Illur nnd Yellow al 77c. each Also \ MU Hl'l III /.llI'ASTKNKK: — The i %  '.' tag ll impregnated and cannot IHr* ved by Heat, This Saves any risk with th* i.uijirnt when it i. sent to the Laundry. RUB* Zip* B*a l.e had in Any I ,n: %  il, Iron. 5 inches lo :l inches in Any Colour No* I , • uaatlll item* can be ha'l The Hatchaat. Hal keep Ahead in Style and Value! BARBAWS Mm SUPPli lOKPORATION LTD. NOVICE .pairs W Ag Ihe ManufactMrerg h.-.e decided that !„.__ our Kturlnes can • longer b* delayed, the t'-iopaBT ha* la ri.nsnisence had Is pill .hla GoBeraUfig Set (99* .) Ht Of romml-aioN and. owing to Ihe reduction of standby Plant stew available M a 1. .nit. may Anil It necessary to shed load at I: i. r-.iU durlri'the nest frw months — Onr Contumrx i-e sskrd ten operate by exrrrlaing the tit i.i.. -l eronoiiiv In Uid use of ."leclrlrlty, particularly dsrlnK the I'rah period h-lw-j-n 6.11 and S.Sf p.m. until farther noAtce. V. RMaTH. Geaersi Msttsger. 20th June. 150.



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PAGE EIGHT BARBADOS ADVOCATE FRIDAY, OCTOBER 13. 1950 M.C.C.—Australian Tour Opens Today Tests To Be Broadcast AUSTRALIANS — and, of course, cricket enthusiasts here at home — are. after all, to hear broadcasts of trie forthcoming Test matches between Australia and England. This is the cheering news ^iven by Australian PostmasterGeneral II. C. Anthony. The flr*i nwte of naa MCC tour of Australia takes place today—a two-day Uxturr. The flrst test match will begin IH-cember 1. Government action h,. & dSSSUsck which arose between and th. New South Wales Cricket Asso• i!ioii The association have ieduced their demand for llBOn for broadcasting the Sydney Ten to £720: and of this amount the lommerclal stations will pay £400 and 'In* Australian Broadcasting Commission the p• %  • l m &. Swordli* IwVrt vS? ZSllLZL? 0 ?"',-"?* '.^ IW —— k—.._ ^ s arrangement is to be the (.IIOK Ol.ll "WINNIE" Water Pola K.O. Enters First Round The ttrsi i-ound games oC the K.O. Competition were play-ri >eaterday afternoon at the Bar badoc Aquatic Club Swordfl'r won their fixture against Barraudas two goals to love, GeofTrej line scored both goals. In the other match between Flying Fish and Snappers, at the nd of time there was no score and according to the rules twtrn ttme was played. In the first half of the extra time Snappersent in one goal scored b\ Kenneth Ince About quart' 1 way through the second half tinicfcm* blew the game off due to poor light. At a meeting I-I be head at the Barbados Aquatic Club this afternoon at S o'cloca. it will be decided whether the game will have to be replayed. basis for broadcasting from thr ether Slates where Tests are Bssyad —I..K.S. 3 Leave For Chess Games IN GEORGETOWN Leaving for British Guiana yesterday afternoon by It W [ A were: Mr. C. B. dikes. Mr H. — Walton and Mr. K Grannum the fortbeomtng Intercolonial New Rules At this meeting the new rule* these new rulaa will be used when the Trinidad team arrives bare next month. It is hope I that all members of the Barbad.,* Water Polo Association and i's lefcrees will turn up tor this meeting. The matclie* were as follow Sword fish 3— Barracudas it This was a keenly fought gamfium start to Imish. and not omtdid Barracudas stop trying topen their score. Swnrdflsh ius to fight hard before GeoiTre> Foster finally got through th. first half. Barracudas came back in the second half and pressed several attacks home, Nestor Portillo hit the bar twice, Charles Evelyn ton, but the Swordflsh defence broke up all attacks. It was abou* mid-way in the second half thui Geoffrey Foster sent In tht seesnd goal, which was wen placed out of the reach of goalkeeper Peeei. Thus Barracudas have been "knocked out" In thla competition. It was hard luck for a game team. Next year if they maintain their present form they should do much better. Snappers 1—Flying Flan 0 Snappers had their strut mo. seven in the wuU*r but wot' given a hard time by ever: member of the Flying Fish team who without Denis Atkinson and Harold Weatherhead were sonsewhat weakened Cluas Tournament to be held ir. Georgetown The tournament i* expected to last for three weeks This tournament is held ever> two years. In IMS it was held in Barbados, and In IV46 in Trinidad These intercolonial tournament'. 'iave been going on since 183S but the war stopped them foi %  bout eight years. At Seawall to see the team u!T was Mr. St Clair Hunte. Secrctar\ and Treasurer of the Barbados chess Club and 1'resldent of the HG and W.I. Chess Federation All three members of the team hoped that Mr. Hunte will be able to Join them in B.C. later, but. at present this is extremely doubtful Leading the Barbados team is Mr. Oilkrs. who won the local chamitonom t-RKDKHICK COOK). NEW YORK On the basis of sixteen IB nne tournaments run by a New York newspaper, it is calculated that a foUen cham of holing hie tee shot are not fetter than one in I MM. Yefl %  3-year-old James Baal, of San Diego, California, has done It 1-0 limes. And he ha. never taken a golf lesson in his life. I asksHi Mr East how he did it He laughed and maid: "ve<\ Iw'Li'uL "TV TK '**•' K R shot. When was the last August 17 ___** %  *"7 holt-m-enc %  '•• been made in toumamc it k'Aj He admits though, that uaty have nearly all been stored San Diego's pllch-and-putt ^;" ,KB t' ". hobsa ranging from Bit >ards to IM. •ome ttme ago the Britl-h pi.ifensk.nal. Dal Reee, was p|a> lug tournament H <.lf hare titan DICKO" said Bast "He heard of Die and said he didn't believe I •*• -iK him down to tl i '*"' i U-h-nnd pull rout r < i ed him %  hj i ii -.ii „, dfesalonal al AeSKUO, offered to bet him (MJ dollars that I'd beat him lifts I put in my m %  uh and offered him stroke a hole Hut he wouldn't take the bet Bast, locally known aa Jiggci Jim from the ancient niblick he love, best |a bespectacled while haired, but still in prime condihas played golf to Television Makes Men Televidiots rfore Alcohol Being Drunk LONDON, SPORT — in America r least—is loading to a step-} ping-up of the consumption of alcohol And it's all duel to TV. I play toiiM-wherc almos tveiy day of my lire Hav dune for many years. My lone drive isn't what it used to be an about !75 yards UM now. rarely more." "I take .. -hort swing back with a full follow-through. I see the ball now any more than <5 vards. If I have to make *ound shot on the green I use a flo-year old putter.'' —L.E.8 No Taste! They Can't Help It As | reported recently fromNew work, a brewery bought the solo TV and radio rights to the Eszard Charles—Jot Louis scrap tor £30.000. But that* chicken feed to tht money Ihcy're alleged to havr %  r the counter : baseball World Sorir-i. nt philn .. delphla hs t ww ail Ihe New York Y.mkecs Bn1 the Phllndelphfa ago to get a brimming brake l'hilllea your hand the next thing For thb "cup niinl"" >f Amerl know is that It's oil over your ca*l national game, which can last trouper*, bcciiuse some nything between four and seven whose team has blown a fuse has da?* 'he unbelievable sum ol pimnded your spine nearly £3B5,000 has been subscribe) through your breastbone. PKThR WII.HON lells how TV. by huvlnf-up Ihe rights of hir. sporting evrnla. haa Invadrd the anba of America and turned ordinary viewers Into what he calls t. I.i.l. .1Keep It Like This *>y Jtl|N ,-inn I;I i Bight or nine thousand lull taste-buds lie In the mouth. Television of sport In your own mostly towards Ihe tip of the tht home IN fllO '"' nnirly avsryOM human tongue. and a boon to the unhapp> I Some people can UDdoubtadli onty who. through slckneis or t.urte more than others. Four other disability, can't attend Ihcil Snappers pressed their oppopeople out of every ten, for mfavourite pastimes nents throughout the miet part ul -lance, are unable to ta.. %  the game, but they just could not remarkable chemical at nil seore. Flying Fish had their It Is called thirourei. Dr. Ko, share of luck when Delberi Bann f th c du Pont company in the nister and Kenneth RMS In the U.S., accidentally rtfes* I Snapper forward lltM sent to sev„, a ,, U|V c|u|U ln nif laboriltory ~ral shots way over the Flying Som(HeBgueh com plained that it kiln their mouths. Others eouldn taste anything. Thiourca was tried out cxlcnseat lively here. It tusifed bHter to In Ihe old days you needed U) *lx out of ten people, but not t/. be a friend of someone in tsM thc olher four. know" to get a ticket for a big Chimpanzee Test Wtinl Mowadayi you have lo The next time an America Three scientist? inrlvidtnu Dl 'hrlnk >oiiraelf into something Rp tetU you cricket Is slow give him Julian Huxley tested' it on 2' pro.iching TV D.T before yon this piece of IqfonsartJea Reo ,_ chimpanzees and found that th. < %  •* P arlt >' our *'"rease on a sto \j „ man tnok „ B top-watch to %  "•JPP -y^S orooortion al no..-t u ,i. wu, near th.bar rlyliuj Fish goal bar. Extra Time In the Knock Out competition, should two teams draw at tinend of time, they play two extra three minute periods with one minute rest. Such was the casein this game For at the end ol tfcM neither team had Iggwl I It was during the ftrst extrn B^tarafUl^K 1 ? JsfJS Portion j by Kenneth Ince lluwevet. f'I'proximately the MfM during the second extra period. !" f ulty of tasting i bad light and rough play forced """diary and there are oak the referee (o stop lh* game and '•*" basic UktWt: Acldily. saltit will be decided thiafternoon. >***• sweetness and bitterness. whether the match is to be reTh ?>' •*• d detected by th-plavpj papilla', or UURa-oudS, wlmii m Besides the bad light there was hlllc rlattened projection*. thickU some confusion as to whether the i"tered intether at me tip of second period was to be played ,hp tongue. In ill-health tht] As the law stands at Ihe mount it would seem lo he illegal to out television sets UstO "the local" In England-and long may But when it Invades the pubs— remain so ns it most certainly has In New For a pub was meant to be a York—the ordinary viewer be l>" ,r ' tft g " u y r '"' 1 I'" 1 d "* n v ur ,ass i" son-..smUnttsamti think hes tulklng about j casual custom* the gftBMI The game This will all be discussed this_, M,nu,lllms lo ' k 'ke the points ••! hoot, anyway afternoon. a nvewberry. hi. Ut on the The teams were Many animals have more than he's far more concerned wiui get SwardRah: A. Weatherhcad. have. A Hereford bull. In |„i H thS TV set working.to b> 'Capt); H. Jones G Jordan M instance, has some 30.000. satssfactlon than he is in the out FiUgerald. M Jordan. N Pnr'tillo. Sweetness, in general, u. de,ob of pouring you a drink Q i-'.t-i tected at the tip of the tongu--; it by some chance you do man nWrsendas H Perer. B. Brooks. biVtemeaa at tlic sides and back ^___„ (Capt); E Johnson. C Evelyn. Gulps of Beer H Portillo. B Armstrong. P Thus wliaT laatai %  sip |B Fletcher vintages with lip movement.-, while beer-drinkers gulp at gel the full effect as the beer goedown N Hattn UMsr that w> Children can actually taste *.ith the inside .il their check-. Toffees and chocouKoa RU1SI lut'in even awcetcr to them. ilvhough the doaire bM SWt wb J ('.mimshes with middle a#t, and %  usuall> replaced by u desir< Ii vi.n'rc ,u^t a ; asuai .usmn... T ^^ mo with a Udrat you*U and rouratn tn|eo houIS And t|l( I((lll down '"""' Iry to sort out the iwo fighters (or footballers 01 NO. OM legictieil the pawdng ol term | plaverM On the BtntlT loe I-ouls moie than I. But what rcrC en was a tragic exit in the classical S wiU become a sord-.i far-e The bartender doesn t give u r lhc ud lla[k i lon trl 1 Snspeera: A Taylor, Ci MacLean, (Caplj, D Bannister. C. MacLean. B Manning. F. Manning, K. Ince. _.. because hes hni: .^ w|lh f^tarti Charles aga.. '>• l1 ,. reported from America. He can't mike t'umoney f. i;i\r. from such a fight And, to be brutal, he car make the grade any more. Don do it, Joe LE.S. Frying I i. p T. Yearwood. J ter. D. Davles. Lawrence. The referee v Foster. Foster. (Capt.); Knight, p. PotB. Malone. V. as Maj. A. It lor strong flavours like peppermint or curry We have learned to associa*-' laspberry with a red coloni. Inn Wlin green, lemon with jrtlknv. uud so on. It has been *howu that ih • iiect nt the rongr la Id %  i the right appearance in a ttwt ..n have a 0tattaOpbii i Meet DO the I lonuicii. %  .UKS cwu. lUuOy T.^WtrnJ aaUMhattwtear KM IS* ikla M soft M •Ok | They'll Do It Every Time {jPACETWEP, THE PRESS AGENT, PESTERS THEEPITOR FOR A BREAK ABOUT SOME UPCOMING EVENT. IT'S 60N1.A BE ^ IMS 81S6EST BENEPIT THE LOVAL OROBR OF VARMINTS EVER RAN— CANT >OU RUN A FRONTPAGE STCwy THERE'S A WHOLE PICTURE LAVOUT •—*• By Jimmy Hatlo SOAPTER HESETSTHB PuBLicrry HE WANTS, NEXT PA/ THE EP TRIES TO SET A FEW LINES FOR A STORY" HEy, SPACE I'VE BEEN CALLING VOO ALL OVER TOWN X WANT A LITTLE STORY ABOUT LAST NIGHTS SH NOI6"S WHO WAS THERE ? f HOW DIP IT SO— T PONT ASK MB.' I WASNT TM3RE/ BUT LISTEN — ( I'M WORKIN6 ) ON A NEW STUNT t AND IF >t>U'LL C.6VEMEA -S (uticura 1 ,-,','.---,-, V. and you know you limit |ihut•'*' 1 > mustache! fnder The liKiin % %  ui.v .1 I 1 BLITHE SPIRIT" IMI-IIII l\OV: 2xn lW*V.',V-tV/*W,'.V.V-V,V,V/



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PACE SIX IIAKBADOS ADVOCATE FRIDAY. OCTOBER IS. I5* HENRY BY CARL ANDERSON Oc I SLIPPED ON ONE OF YOUR SKATE* HENBY! t J M HSSJSX A dazzling smile A Pepsodent smile 1 f:.cKlt BY WALT D! to b>cs Strt ... F 3 SfcH S A ,_-—5 BLONDIE 3C-S..-.XSE THE BBST pee5>DEN.T wo VICE otfES'OEwr OC 0Se"OTAAUfc! 9% "sSSb BACKAC 6 M Try this for relief! If yon |M sharp stab* if pain •> ach when you stoop and i <:..n %  %  '• Such brilliant white teeth. .. and ill due to the Irium in Pepsodent Irium the most effective brand of tooth cleansing agent known lo dental science, removes the harmful film and ugly itaint from your teeth polishing them, making them whiter and brighter. Only Pepsodent contains Irium, so change to Pepsodent today. BY CHIC YOUNG De Witt's Pills IT* mail ip *"* eonge-.tad and Hie backacnyosuffr i* Natare'a way o. warof-u JON thai 70ii kidneys need aaMsunce. A tagged %  % %  m lof Uua purpose a De Witts Pill*. They ha* a dean-ann and aiitis'ntic artioa o.. tht kidney*, helpmi: to sooth' up and icstore then. tofuiK':on amtw my. I here is a Ions; record of aaeoBU behin.1 L> Wilt't Pills, which bar. bean relie-nng surlcrei. • many parts of Hie world for CTW half a ee;'lury. If yon could r^ad e*en a few of the gratef\>: letters lent in by ba I IT. Why not try them for yoi.i trouble? They "*y be psM hat yon r.e-d. Co lo yoor chemist and get a s.pply ngbt away DE WITTSfSLLS IHI TOOTHPASTE CONTAJNING .aiuri nrWOBHT LTD. LONDON. SHOLAHO THEfAM THE LONE RANGER OH NO.'VOU OOMT) 1 _*£ SaM* TuF* TMO*tCOARttMtU .., .-, fc CLUft HOU-^ WO^LO OW.V MAKt YDU fOUCANHElMIV.WMftE. J M\1E A PlAN S5 CATCH CROOK! Laa> Oudl... riM BftoJld*| baMAM arlr. who tivea in U^.A., %  nd I*oe thinK 111 e.iniinnn —they use ihe aamr beauty care! Tins beauty care 1a I'ond'a, and it i* 1' favnurile of andety'a Invehesi women in Amerir. Fit(iUind. aad I %  -\ %  Why n<>! give your eonijilesmn tlir benclil of the same rare'' I ollm. tinaajfy Kmiine: regularly evrr night. k m M tlm a|gg| lliomughly with i'ond'a Cold Cream, swirling it nnitU over face ami throat with yor linfmra. "Hinnr" with more Gold (Vim for eitra iramu'riG. ex':. iftrning. In the .i.-.i %  ..... iefon you make-up, amooih %  blllr Pond'a Vaniahirur. Cream into yaajl -kiu 1 in. deligblful, nongreaay cream makes an ideal powder bsae because it holdi powder mail t..r hours. It protecU your akin, too. Start ai once with Pond's two %  ttOM t.. nuike your akin clearer, aofter. amoollier. In a HgJ igsMl while you'll be ihrilM with its new radiance. At all lieauiy counterm Pond's RIP KIKBY •a* vox-iflMTt BUT r I WUSTVT ii TBJ. THt THE PHANTOM vou-ee-T-i'K -nzw, BNO "§*?•, -^gaKcwT&,H BY ALEX ^RAYMOND, BY LEE FALK & RAY MOORES WM. FOGARTY LTD. I THANI'S TAILORING DEPT. SIL VEX ANMVERSA R Y YEAR *am cntury ot ulilf.ioUnn lo TIlHl gill ihanicn, of lhc""su"s'" !" Mr cul,r ab0 >" < -' ul SW ""> Flnluli Muke y I. I.K u, c ExMrulve H.II.JI.,r W.XJL1.KNS. WOR8TB1 TIKM'I iN '2„pOE-SKIN n.AMNELS. SERGES. HARRIS AND UKARTMENT W "" *"*" '" ur WOOLLENS 1 f.71/. TO A THOUGHT QUALITY" SHOP AT FOGARTY'S LADIES! PLASTIC PARASOLS $1.71 PLASTIC RAINCOATS SX98 PLASTIC HAIR BRUSHES ... f 1.8Z COSTUME JEWELLERY SAMPLE SHOES FASHION HATS NYLONS! YES ITS I'r. Um. Hry & Swan Sto. NEW PAN-BOOKS FOUND FLOATING An Inspector Fre-nch Novel by Freeman Wills Croft* A QUESTION OF PROOF by Nicholas Blake THE MASK OF Eric Ambler DIM I TRIOS by THE HOLLOW by Agatha Christie BEDELIA A Psychological Thriller by Vera Caspary AT THE ADVOCATE STAHONERY



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FRIDAY. OCTOBER 13. 150 BARBADOS ADVOCATE PACE TfffifT Sulphone Remedy Cures 79 Lepers RUROBIA, Souui A Sixteen Europeans and 63 native* nave been cured of what was regarded until %  ft ago as an incurable type of Iepros>. AfU-r lengthy treatment *.ih u sulphone drug, the patients were discharged recently from a South, African leper institution. United State* scientists, experimenting wtth sulphone as a treatment for tuberculosis, accidentally discovered that the drug reacted ifakasl tapraty BaelsU. T* sulphones have been used during the last five or six years at the public leprosarium in Carville. La., and number of cures have resulted Soon after its discovery the drug was tested hi South Africa. Tinpatients recently discharged the first to undergo treatment. One of them had entered the institution when he was 28-yearsold. At the time he was a farmer in the Free State, with wife and children Hopeless Cue Ih '.•-•' wa regarded as hopc: M only thin* g still do for him was to fill in the date on .1 death certificate," said one f the health offlcr" ; >i th<> institution. When he was given the new drug he responded inn and after four year* of U.4 tneaH-, ment was told that he was rued and could go home. Another of the discharged palltnti i' %  m in V. I %  |M .;iUinihe iMtltutlOfl ihrcyeara ago. hag t-%. asara. B ft "Tn-rlay 1 can read,** he said Mnartablj and i: %  where fiunierly marks' had been, i She had to point out her slight %  deformity before it became noiier— aedg It wai also dimcult to distlnKUlsh the other discharged patients from people who had always hcen normal and healthy. 'Going to the country'—in reverse b y 'F'i.zr riymr^Trjir JWNIN6 ST/,. | •hei • lull (O thr MrtMtr Vlf ana Htf* H U ih't ahnut a •hortntr of %  llll''".F 'lOHli Austria Protests US, Russia Continue Indian Leader Dies In B.G. Russia Will Luunch NVw Vemoe Tactics" EXPERTS BELIEVE LAKE SUCCESS. Oet. 11. WeBtcm diplomats here todov l.'Uevi-l that Russia Ig launch new "|HM" |g divert attention from Acheron'* attempts to strengthen the United Nations Assembly. Soviet Foreign Minister Vyshlnsky gave notice In the Political Committee yesterday that hwould propose Big Foam ulK' OB collective security. Western djelc-gates tnlnk this may be a manoeuver to mov> polltka) balance from the Asscm bl> to ihe hands of Ihe powers The plan of Secretory of Stare Dean Achaean now beiore tho Assembly is designed lo give thi' Assembly of 60 nations the means to counter aggression if UM BacUT lt y Council cannot act. —Heuter Lipstick For Men CHICAGO Lipstick for men is recommended by a skin expert as a possible preventativc for cancer. Dr. Herbert R. Rattner. profe* jor of dermatology ol Northeastern University Medical School, said: %  Cancer of the lip rarely occurs in women but is fairly frequent nmong men. There's good reason lo believe that lipstick does more than just adorn. "It has a definite protective value." —TVS. Against Russian Interference VIENNA. Oct. 11. The Austrian Cabinet decided today to send a new protest note to the Russian High Commissioner objecting to continued Russian intorference in Austria's internal a'T.i.i The ofliciol communique said Ian authorities had Interfered to prevent the dismissal and trial 7g.i" I Dmprrslure (Mln.) 710 V Wind DlreeUon (9 a m> E 13 p m ) N. Wind Velocity 5 miles per hear Barometer 19 am > £9 955 (Ipm 29 859 Japanese Peace Treaty Talks WASHINGTON. Oct. II. Secrelan of Stale. Dean AchetM wnl today that the United Stale* was discussing the proposal for a Japanese peace trealy with representatives of the Soviet Union and other members of the I %  1.,-tiin Commission With the authority of I'residenl Truman the United Stales delegation to the United Nations General Assembly u engaged in triestalks, he said. Achcson told his weekly Press conference that John Foster Dulles. Republican member of the United States' delegation, had been pushing ahead with conversions during thr United Nations General Assembly meetings in New York He had spoken with representatives of Russia and other members of the Far Eastern Commission —Renter. Electronic Totalisator WELLINGTON. N.Z. Features developed In wartime radar research arc incorporated in an electronic totalisator invented by Auckland engineers and demonstrated to parliamentarians, police research workers, clergj mid the Judiciary this week. Each impulse represents u bet on a horse and the counting unit reckon* at speeds of up to 200.0O0 impulses per second The Inventors ..'lalm that the machine would enable bets to be laid at agencier throughout the Dominion right up to the time the course totalisaton close. Instead of an hour or more before. (tasa Our Own CrniMMMlral< GEORGETOWN; CM 12 Manilas! ol Got 11 nnwnl o> partments and roan) rellj noininutions and nprcsentallves of all sections of the community joined in the funeral service this afternoon for Pandit Rarnaarooo Maraj. MB E age 61. Pandit, who dieeing provided, and the doctors have expressed confidence that all will be well for mother and children Philip Sulton. the father, is %  labourer at Plantation Ogle, and his wife is Just four feet nim Inches. Govf. Representatives To Nursing Council iFtum Our Own CorrMpondSnl) PORT-OF-SPAIN. Dr. A A. Peat, Director pi Medical Services in Trinidad. and Mrs. 11. Blddleeom. SemoNursing sister at Ihe Port-o( Spain Colonial Hospital have bee-i chosen as Government representatives on the Nursing CountI which will be established shortly in Trinidad. BAO DAI GOING BACK HOME CANNES. Oct 11. Emperor Bao Dai head of the atate of Vietnam said here to-day he will return to his country "without delay" Bao Dai's formal announcement did not indicate when he would leave He said, Vietnam "has become the seat of events liable to threaten international peaee and security." liar. ABDULLAH'S CABINET RESIGNS AMMAN. JORDAN. Oct 12 King Abdullah of Jordan has accepted the resignation of his Cabinet it wi< officially announced here to-day. He authorised former premier Said Passa Mufti to form Government the composlt which is expected to be announced next Sunday 1I.C. Honoured In Trinidad I •OUT -OK-SI k OIKol tba nosl Imparts %  the Borkftj li Harrisonlau in the Colon cue of ins MMU to Hum-on Cottage in Barbados". -lattM | ;.pt II A Tharne. chairman if KM annual dmnei oi ih.Old Rantsonayaa, Society of Trinidad, held % %  Sin Fernando on S.Hiiul.i\ tveSaaa] Mr.W. D, laaaa, said that il College, wnlch VnrOyed such a %  plciidid record In the | %  ing rapad igru oi pt> great under its nev Primipal Ht> was toasting the < ollege M slated that ti.racelvt d a few days :ri. that tie new Principal h:id dona .i (real deal work in his ahorl priini at the (.ollege and %  d<-'r\'ing mm i [raise for putting he Scienc • Department of the Cat sound footing Mr. W K teigussmi and Cap Thorne ijusted the visitors Mr. V. L. Coxier stated ttsaJ Harrisoi.iaii: in England were keeping their end up earttVjmtL) well an.i were kept in touch with the student movement In the Wast Intlie*. He mentioned thi.t Goddard and Wolcoft. old Hat risonlans, and Worrell, captured the love of every QthB. \vtieie\t-: in England during th" cricket tour Sever.d promincni Barbadli attended the dlnnei WOMAN ROBBED HOUSE BURNT PORT-OF SPAIN Prances Smith, a 87-year-old woman from Plymouth. Tobago, Is now %  pi.ticnt in the Hospital at Tobago Her condition is ceriou* On Saturday night, she was allocked by a man s ea klgaj sheltei Irom tie rain, and was robbed of 1200 in cash. Her house was alt* completely destroyed by fire Kmiti. lived alone A taan rlnvi. saw the lire and took her to the hospital. Though In a bad condition, and bathed in Mood, she was able to give %  statement to the Bha had, previously to tint Bttack. made a report Ihnt her dog poisoned, and that many of her fowls had been stolen. I In lion Italllt Begun For Trinidad Borough CouiwiU i Horn i .%  mMf PORT OF SPAIN %  ie.-noii battli %  eats on l".. \ Borough Council She u M Andrea Cnr%kt The ether l nunnlloi 1. laa D'Orcy Cet, one of the outgoing members. The Tiin.ciid Labour Par'y has announced that they are delermlned to capture the vacant seats at Artma. and for that I urpoM* have nominated Cotintilloi Hugh 1-ee King, on* of the randldatea, and Mi knaM In the next i< %  i ays. this party is going to launch a wholesale t.impaum San Fernando is also hae.ng Ul election ffejM Hutlerites .i that area, are retwrted to l>• • ii img n candidate t. t.ie three seats to be tilled .i Nuwmbei The part) crmg the posstbilitv of enierii ,• Miss CM aul IMI n.ime is not on the burgess h" Eight candidates anCUDsafUl : three seat*, two among thai l, IgjDtnf Dssanbal Cdlor Beivl Archbsld-Cnchlo* ivpuiv Hayoi "i Ban Kafashatl AmeNkg i estlng Hi* Mi HogOi B Webst. i who has been trying Mi ni I oinuill ; tn-tng for a oonsataark, Mr Herman Picke-in Mi Km .1 Mr OH Gitasti. Q BSM aomgfa. For 0v to iw held on Mbvambei Mi !! %  mi t Beotl %  Ol the U| ndldate lot tl %  Bat ram Dulont. pha Duiruan, ctl baatnei loan, anjrrt. "Floating Corpse' Case For Retrial Next Week ..:' %  > u* ollgago.l in the M f|aaung Oarp**" itarsal which bssdni next m I rou nun along wiin -THni Uuft Bhv Mr, Myffa atngh retried tor UM loui.li i ^f PhUbert ne iigghl ,i. Ai.nl lloyear. For all irhilv sinus %?$fc V* hue shoes, to pass muier in company. mu>i I less, immaculate, i NC Vkt>TV rTopcrts White Renovaio or Propcrt'* Sliuwhiic No ", Mirer va> of nuking sure that uhilc shoes arc white f ^^ ; IMIOI'KKTS SUCH HITt. & H III It: RENOVATOR $ ^'KEPLER* ,....... %  ,',-> \ .>a --' .uh V-i< I.11..1 Oaa du>.i „*f 'SaSSM |H>OHU-< MM Ufm Ikaa J.M Inirriuiiooal Vml. *f Vilam.n A — tk* %  % %  — ad b— UlfiuUtstl 1 | ... P. In staacf BBBM -ad I—*. ssjaaaiaas, las, gasaal saga 'sfcsalsr' fr *Jd*i %  Kruglh M cuioaUr.A, :j KKl'iir. K A IUIII..K WITH Na.t. %  '. MM coeVlU 5t-l TO rut fcrji. A\ WILLCOME s CO. PRODUCT ui. A^ni. '.. %..>.*. CaNhM. i If *r*a SmM. Need bottle-fed babies be cry-babies ? 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FRIDAY. OCTOBER 13. 1*50 BARBADOS ADVOCATE PAGE FIVE Eyewitness Account Of Blackburne s Welcome" AK.i.r.Y. of St. Kins Rave the Advot i. cowl of the de• MI ol the Leewards on ".V; b v ma puting through Barbados by I i Trinidad. — SU lea Gapl Wiitiey *ald rf"l I ^"i Mr Hhnkburne was met at the I \ /*|#h I <||> W KM in-nv Vi V tJC^ \_JCll %  .: Officials and several c/ the responsible element of the unity Mr. Blackburn* inspected honour i ( about 1 the Defence Force at .1. and was driven to G wmnnt Home accompanied l... the Administrator of St. Kitts Mr Burroughes. in the Administrator's ear. le, Car Collide With Police Umbrella -pin-; romi-. t nami LLA H (he | cc William llrill s -.(t ;,i... 3o %  y mo'rni.ig. This happened a". • %  and ridden by Government Hill, with V !'" %  M Hll bury Koad on the %  %  %  ly Austin Gill or Seuwcii Airport As Mon H %  .. %  O r Tin-: m traaV recorded In the Police Kcporta yesterday only on was char* fcpeed limit Four other* we charged for not slopping at maj roads and one for driving without reasonable nn and attention. Two were warned fo. partial in restricted areas am two for not complying with (raffle signals. '-pinevts in the rcnlahalki U removed a < from the motor car M Hubert Harrison while [tie M L Harrison's (iaraKe at Fonlabelle on Wadnai New PMO's Quarters Depend On Niblock's Decision IF MR. H. B. NIBLOCK. intended purchaser o( "Glen, i date." the present St T> ar*i quarters. I does not stick to the term' of the previous agrrerm %  • % %  the buying ol "Glcndale," the St. Thoma i Vesti \ v. I build a new medical officer's quarters as they had prevt-l oualy decided to do. %  This was agreed noon by lh< i I M Thoma* Voatry at their meeting j -, More Baths, Latrines Considered The Sanitary Commissioner* of Si. Michael at their SUeting yesterday considered the erectio, | ol a Communal Latrine at thu fceef Grounds and after som" -M-usslon. derided to get In touch v.ith the Acting Director of Medical Services In connection with gM matter The Board considered the ( hief Sanitary Inspector's Report the selection of bath sites at rnttot/s Hill and HothersaL TUrnlA] and decided to start • eilolialiops immediately with reference tc the site rcommended -t Britten's Hill. The Board appointed. Mr Stephen Lovell. senior Superlumerary who holds the local Inspector's Certifcate and the R S I t) the poa: of Mb Sanitary Inspector. The Boara also confirmed the Finance Committet\ recommendat ion of *he appointment of Mi Wilfred Catwell us Messenger Ttie new rcvWeixe oud coat *15.4M. Mr Ni block had Inferred ti.e Veatry that he would aaN take ever •.i to purchase 1^,000 square feat ai land at Ed:.htU Plantation ,>">'. trect a building there n as new parochial medical oAVaf*. lesidence. The Vestry had decided to sell "Glendale" und build the new quarters. To carry (Orwa SETS' *& %  ** *|SB ru&ts; rf2B£ I I TIMOTHY KKIII Of W HILE Oraen iiiii. st. Michael, lying on a bed at the General Hospital, a thief entered hi reaaoti d i trunk containing clothing. Perhaps the weight of the trunk was too much as it was later found In a cane Bold al the tear of Beid's lesidence. This occurred bet wee n 8 35 aam, and noon on Wednesday and was reported by Hilda Woirell of Green Hill. A N ACCIDENT occurred at Upper Colly more i about 7 p.m. on Wednesday between motor car M -13ii. owned by Stanley Seal] I and driven by Cuthberl DnemOl of Barbarees Hill, and ;i blcjclt cwned and ridden by Adard of Lower Ftav Street Karlne Davis, %  pedestrian, ol Sargennts VtUaj i volved In tins iccfdenl Bhe am treated by Ur Skinner lor injuries and discharged. Goddard was taken to the GenaraJ Ho Iferlng from injuries, and detained OVK ANI> (ilKI.S from the B"?. were brought to IheCll to see the dim "HanUet" whlCn has now been runout Globe Theatre tor 14 < Thee wore not the only chil. .. i from all over the Island and the theatre awai packed) Nearly a dozen lorries, which brought the children to the City, were lined up along Itoebuek Street until tlie IhOVf Wi T*1IF, Monill. (INFMA will give their final parformanca for the week .-rt R o'clock tonight at Lancaster Plantation yard This show is for the benecN of residents of the Lancaitl St. James. ra^pi DBUAL fortnightly Friday X night Police Band Concert al the HatUnp Rocks will take place at 8 o'clock t"i MARCH MEDIXV B1P ol Glorv -Winlr. cVrMTl'HB — Zamp* Herola FANTASIA CM)Cal Mwnortr* • VIENNESK VAIflK THr Empo">i SELECTIONThP Counti I CmSMtE—Mr.llt.lk.,, (AVI Hv T|iir1 OWinoO-Biith •M.OTTISH PATROI^-Wee Macti !<>.•: 1 %  MUSICAL P1JVV Th* MS KombtTtf PANCR MEDLBY—On with ihe il clee-..i OOD SAVE THE KlN*i FIREMEN GO TO E. AFRICA Four lirenien and trimmer* left the laland reatanl bv it,.Harrison liner "Moonetaatf 1 bound tor the U.K. They will join another I!-" rison ship lo the U K wb: is expecUd ti> mnke a trip to East Africa The men were aa l QCtOd loeally The "MOon e reat" l^ded here a cargo of molasses, rum tamarinds for *" %  U K BOUND OVfR DAVID WAITHF ol Hamlctl'i Land. Hindsburv Honrl. was ye-. terdav bound over to keep the peace for three month' in of £1, I %  Magistrate Mr. H. A. Tall ia lot Uack-guarding on School Gap. H Road. The offence was committed on August 12 Slop Pyorrhea In 24 Hours r Some live thousand people -lie streets of Basseterre, which lies one mile from the airput In command was Mr. Ilradshaw. first elected member of Kitts Legislative Council and President of the St Kitts Ti.ni,and Labour Union: itetertniiied io i-e that his orders for Dg' Mr Blackbuiiit' wen 1 ut into effect. However, owing • %  the real -|>ei-d ,\ th which the • %  d or's ear wns driven, the %  welcome' fell Hat. The rattle of tin cans, the blowing of whistles and the beating of drums occurred long after the Governor had pH Cd through street* lined with Police. Th's so displeased the rabble that Bradshaw took to the road at the head of throngs trlter had maintained if ordei and discipline. now a ral'ili-. iwarrned up the half mlla i' i ;io in Qovarnmeni House Jeering Outside Government House IW stopped al'The gates of Government House, i.rganised a bout of b, Oing and jeering which could be heard all over the town. He mounted the wall of the cemetary winch adjoins Government %  it harangued the mob. now disappointed thai the ruinoured Tiir-.it to stop the car with tho Governor had not materialised. Xhb BCeonwltfhed tne crowds mill later that evening and others made speeches ;M Warner Park, praising the behaviour ol the crowd, and thanking his band of leaders for performance Southwell the Vice President of the UnlOD was made a Brigadlei whtlat France the Genttary was made a Lieutenanl While the so-called 'welcome' .i vernor was a (lop from the point of the responsible element of Si. Kitts. the conduct of the Defence Fence and the Police left much to be desired. The Defence Force, some fifty %  trong ordered on parade, could muster hut 27. It is understood from the O C Defence Force that no fewer than eleven members could give no excuse at all, and •hat could noi possibly be accepted. Of these absentees, some were to be sect: mixed up with the 'welcome' crowd. As for the police, what orders they had we do not know, but It seems apparent that they were forbidden to make arrests and take any action whatsoever Spat At Car In full view of several police, lining the road, a man, naked from his waist up, his rhest and face made hideous with white paint wai allowed to dance in the middle of the route, spitting at i nd its occupants at least, who were proceeding on their lawIneaB. Another man was parading with placard or hll back tearing the %  Blackburne is a dirt: dog." H is understood that no ar i made. Mi Blaekburna held a press onferenee on Monday 9th, Vhll h he II:.Hiked St Kitts] for the BCepUofl at the Airfield He had txpected the 'welcome* in BasseTWO things, he said were noticeable about the crowds. bbeir good humour, and secondly how orderly they were What was to be feared howevi ai 'he future, when the erowr might get out of hand. He stated that he sympathised with West Indians who wished their own Governors, but this was not the way to go about it. Finally, Mr Blackburne said that for 20 y,! ked with others to exI Hwtjulali Themselves, that the colonies would t ika over their own affairs Booed Al Infirmary On Tuesday, tho Qovernoc visited with the Adminislrator the Infirmary News got around, and by tho time the Governor was to go, a sizeable crowd had • %  and proceeded to boo i v ernor wa clearly not ij tliis incident, nor later. hl car hnlted for traffic who has retired. Members pr-sent were Mr. K D Mottley. M C.P.. (Chairman). Mr C B laiyne, Hon'ble V C. Gale. M.L.C Mr B. A Weatherhead. Mr Victor Goddard, Mr Victor Chase nd Mr T H H Wilkinson Appeal Withdrawn Reginald .< %  r-.. % %  < a|pellant n a Court of Error case which vas to havi occupied the alien tlon of His Honour the Chief lodge Sir Allan Collymure. yesterday, withdrew his appeal, and was caMed 'wise" by the Chief Judge The caae wai one of perjury. and the respondent was Alonia G likes. Both men appeared without Counsel, but Eastmond told the Thief Judge that his lawyer had advsed him to withdraw the appeal, and that he was going to follow that advice. The Chief Judge told Eastmond le thought he was wise to withdraw the appeal. If he looked Ht Section 67—68 of the Court of Appeal Act, said the Chief Judge. he would Ond that appeal' from magistrates to the Court of Error after the Assistant Coprt of Appeal had tried them, could only me on points of law Appea's to the Court of Error from the Court of Appeal sitting in Original Jurisdiction, on the other hand, could come on points of law or fact. Fined £8 For Daiigorous Driving GORDON HAMPDEN of OjTter's f St John, was lined C3 by ftii Worship Mr. G. B. Griffith, Acting Police Magistrate of District "C last Wednesday after he was convicted of driving the motor car j—go in a manner dangerous to the public along Masalah Street. St. John, on September II Failure to pay \he fine w. 1 result In two months impri*o.mer''.. Cornmeal Comes Some 1,846 sacks of llnely ground, yellow cornmeal arrived in the island from New Orleans by the S S. "Libreville" yesler*The ship also brought from New Orleans 2,000 bundles of atavea and 400 bundles of barrel heading. From Jamaica arrived of cheese. Congo peas, tionery. tomato juice. whole tomatoes, cocoa and cosmetics. The "Libreville" Is expected to leave port 'o day for Carlplto, supplies confeccanned powder What's OnToday Court of Ordinary at 11 am Mobile Cinema. Lancaster Plantation Yard. St JameBt 7 30 p m Inllre Band ton cert. Hastings Rocks al 8 rranch si'.uh <" '.'l a Amdsan Tee Pjra-rrfc Bystanders booed him and wher i passer-by remonstrated with the crowd, he became the objec* of further abuse. On Tuesday, the Governor left for Angullla on the M V Caribbee'. to Inspect the hurricane damage there As he was leaving the Jetty, he was once again subjected welcome' treatment Mr Blackburne. is expected back in St Klttt from Angullla to-day and will return to Antigua on Sunday Booing and other forms of hooliganism for the simple minded ai now becoming daily occurrence As yet there Is no malice In but the effect on the minds schoolchildren, cannot be )udgi to-day, they can he seen coming home from school, booing all 'pectah'e people that pass by .contractor, but their BOltd atoea InlOHntd them that the. could not make conlradr. ex.i % %  )'. for turning i.i water and light in any parochial building und lor benefll to poor relief. The Vestry would, therefor.hetVe :•> pies,.ia ,i petition to the Legislature to get permission to %  [he ne: aftei the *ale i>( t ilimlale" hot.se and land What Ol The Money? The VesU-y Clark said that" tOC %  oUctton had Ird'orrned him tiw. i there was an Act Which ..alowetl the VaUf) io M>W "Gland it did not nay what could be cone with the money. The clerk also told the Vem • that after he heard the decision of Mr. Niblock's solicitors, he v/ent around to Mr. Nlblock who assured him that the paying ol rent was the inea Before tlie Vestry came to Us decision as to Mr. Nlblock ai i the changing of the contract, Mr, S. A Wnleotl suggested lli.n t %  new medical ofllcer's resldeiuc .should be begun with the money in hand. Glendale" shotil t then be sold at a sulwqucnt nil n-l to finish the residence anil that would prevent any chain-ol much rent being paid. Mr. Sanddord aaid that throughout tin negotiations witn Mr Nlblock. h had alwaya been made abundantly clear that he would allow them to keep TUtliale" until March 31. Mr Nlblock knew so well that (he Vestry's funds weie Untied that be had even made an additions < ilfer to assist them In carry! | through their scheme. If Mr. Nlblock suddei.ly decided that nwanted immediate possession ol the building, le (Mr. SafJjdUoCdj did ool see how Uaey could continue with their scheme. Mr. Mahon reminded the vcatr/ that Mr. Nlblock had not given them any written understandinjj that he had ihanged his agi*ee menu. The vestry then entrusted %  *clerk to gag a written under standing with Mr. Niblock. Almshouse Feee Mr. Reeves enquired of th .Vestry what becanio of tho money wnlch some people who went Into the parochial obn*house laid" He knew it went In the hands of the parochial treasurer, but he wanted to know what Oceania of It afterwards Sandlford asked wheUie the parochial treasurer would have to Mil the vestry at each neeting arhai he had received r if he should do so when they got the auditors account Th" question was not fu,ther discussed. Dispensary Wanted Mr. Collins told the Veatrj that the parish -.hould have a dispensary. He said It had len rn to his attention more ibly when he had read hat St James' Vestry had voted the". <.!ie should be built for tha' parish. Mr Walcott said that a dispensary was needed in tlie p % %  ri-di i ut It would have to be got through a loan, otherwise they would put a heavy burden on the taxpayers The dispensary he said, could he built next year Mr Thorr.e said that the vestry had already been considering the building of a dispensary, but it had put off its plans becsuse of the Miude Report. Mr Collins recommended that committee "hmild be formed to review the assessments made on the rain was falling. The roof It a ked very much and prevented them from settling down to their work Some of the boys wer,. Earned Ml share classroom* with the senior* while others were accommodated in the workshop, When the Advocate rlattea the %  OaOOl ve'iei,Lithe desk*, easels an, othi %  ... workshop and the i.uniliai hu whuh comes from \,Junior school was rokatng The walls o( the rooms looked •-odden The tl,. I feet that not free i.-,.m ~jiut In parti ot die school, ih.ceiling • ...KI work ha rotted. 10 juniors of this school m IJ i aa andu %  < %  HI I ton muaa leuaai The House o\ \: on Tuesday pal %  I resolution for $15,000 (or effecting repairs to the %  ehool %  ;••>• On Roll The Wetiej Hall H. -. h.-. a roll call of 790 of w ii in are seniors, and I* .""'I'MII Mucheri There are 14 I classes and 3 junuu %  1 A' midday yesterday the ham f |he bell meant "lunch tlHM The bora tiok prayen ihi'ii oil Some huaUed througf the gate occniug on to King Street and went tccf7 limit on follvRoek on Apul || in. Speed limit for that ro.ul || J" p.h while Mooie wai driving %  tot lorry M iiioT ;.t tl .p.h. The fine is to be paid within 14 days with the alternative of one months hard labour Moore's licem ito IHendorsed The other line was 20/with an alternative of 14 days' impri-onmenl with hard labour Imposed by Mr. E. A M. I. Williams of Foster Hall. St. Joaeph Williams drove the motor car O 28 along Constitution Road at 28 in.p.h when the speed limit (ot that road is 20 m.p.h. The offence was committed on July 7. FINED FOR DANGEROUS DRIVING MR E A. McLEOD, CUy Police Magistrate, lined N' September 4. along Belle Gull." In a manner dangerous lo the public Bodily Harm Cost £8 A FINE of IH payable In (OUI ciiual monthly installments w. •* imposed on Arthur NlehoU Bralhwa" %  :• Bottom. St. I'lnhp, !>• Worship Mr t; B 0 Acting Police Magi trart "('" last Wciine the these i Band ar ram slopped, hot it a what chilly as the sun did no mea determined not lo be ..night on pour and rain. %  Bleebea .nu ihe like i ihe oqulpmeni they look %  street fteeteit by ih,. and th.'. II was half day for the attendant at the |tOff< ad actUltj in tl %  l.uibh' H.Mds ll.rlv iNaetaeday night's rein iah %  nount <>f slush in th> roadways of the slum areas A' he Nelson anil Sultle Street dU .nets, discarded fruit, al nts of paper inixe.1 with mud eft in the gutters, mao, the I open A fruit vendor of JOBMinj Lam old the 'Advocate" hat during the night her hoUM agon to ie.,i. she ahifted bei ot Furniture from one 0 %  ia another but it later •on to leal t tl i She yva> ol tho opralon that the setter part or the rainy season lad passed away and i" Ihl teasoii she in I not have the roof 1 bet home repaired. Many ol i Which she h...i m in" 'rawing room were soaked but he said that this did nol catfeW OT much worry as the wale: rauld not spoil them A woman ol the Hal! • Road rra said thai as **nti as she a* the ihH K di rk il md i) evening aha b+f tm worried iiihi ugh they were no report h II i lean ad weatnei an cared that it mijil ran ntiv r .ii. would auee the wain to use t< a great eight and (1,-IHI her small huuse Paaaltrj s.Ie Water was around hi I 1 ut did not rome inatde Whan ho ."like o the morning hei lo. k-. were all safe lllhOUgh a few eovw-H U> Uu owl houses were washed away. When the Advocate" icpM-.'itatlve VISIT, i the Cnlly IIOUM isli ui .i li..N-e was Hat on the [round and IVnUture expo ed lo he PUB A wornan promptlj tai I onljj removbig vind was not leapnnalbla (n i,*i louse being Dai Vl % %  It'lllllU*. up lo li .'diK'k reatardaj morning, aa recorded i>> the Police show thai %  i on Hiii dtetrlet of s ..icii.M-i expj km M the heavleei rainfall Threa inchea and 5 parts fell In this district otdci returna were Clta M inch, H pan. si Q ge I Inchei 32 parts, St PhUlp BO %  Thomas 2 inches. 18 put., s: Peter 2 inches. 4 parts. St Joseph 2 Inches, 82 ports. St James Tl pans. St. John 1 inch. S7 part St Lucy 3 In hei BI i 81 Andrew i inch. 34 parta. To-Day'* Double Attraction in ICIS. PINEAPPLE CREAMS AND man nmb SODA KIIMAI.X PINEAPPLE SUNDAES ^r DRINK CLAYTONS KOLA TONIC "K" SHOES 1 Safari*'* Fixed WHF.N Ihe Sanitary I tinners of St Michael HIM di u.sing the appointment of InspeeUiall meeting yesterdayMr. E. V Goddard said thai 'twould Ilka d to be known to the eneral public Mud the Commls-iuners had llwvd Ihe salaries' of Inspectors with 'lie Inal to begin ut £ 1*0 a year and those With the I' S I it etOO Hi thai thai war %  %  ause they warned to attrad %  letter tT ot only In! ha point of ,ii w ,.i i n irai %  %  II. id thai II tlH ) must have . nust K rt good matei kal o thai whan pro%  r -i ni.ii* • hai i %  i %  i. op. lha Hi laxpayei methods laxpay i said tha itlaba taxation. Mr. Collins also • enquired whether the Oinnnan of thHighways on the vesUy had not received %  petition about tw-i years ago, signed by 27 penon' who complained about tho conditions of the Mesi and asked Uiat the petition bforwarded to the Government The road were not repaired. 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Ships Shell

Chongjin Port

Leave Town In Ruins
By JULIAN BATES

TOKYO, Oct. 12.

AMERICA’S BIGGEST BATTLESHIP the

45,000 ton Missouri today laid the north-east
Korean port Chongjin in ruins. For three hours
it bombarded just south of the 42nd parallel from
ten miles off shore. In Washington a navy spokes-
man said that the British cruiser “Ceylon” and the
destroyer “Warwamaga’’ joined the Missouri and
other American warships in the shelling.



On Butlin’s

Bahamas Camp
(From Our Own Correspondent)
LONDON, Oct. 12.

The 120 British and Canadian
employees at Butlin’s Bahamas
holiday camp are wondering
when they will be able to return
to their own country. Passage
money for them to go home has
not yet arrived.

Speaking to our New York cor-—
respondent last night over long
distance telephone one of the
English employees said: “When
we came, Butlin’s promised to pay
the fares home for those who
wanted to go. Please do not men—
tion my name because we have
been told not to talk about But-
lin’s to the newspapers, but only
a few of us have gone home so
far.”

“How many? I must not tell
you. How many were there orig—
inally? I must not tell you that
either. We are hoping for another
season, but as a matter of fact
none of us here knows even if
there is going to be one”.

At the office of Brigadier Thor-
burn, Chairman of Butlin’s (Ba-
hamas) I was told this morning
that the fight to raise the neces-
sary £800,000 to save the Ba-
hamas camp was still goi on.
Attempts were being made to
raise money from any available

source.

Mr. Billy Butlin is in New York
this morning and there was a dis—
ereet silence from his Londen
office. All that I was told was:
“Any statement at this moment
might upset everything”.

Truman, MacArthur
May Talk Aboard

“Missouri”

WASHINGTON, Oct. 12.
Observers believed today that
President ‘Truman’s conference
with General MacArthur “some-
where in the Pacific” might take
place in the 45,000 ton battleship



“Missouri” America’s famous
“surrender ship.”
This idea gained circulation

after reports that Truman was
going to Wake Island. This is a
desolate place about 2 miles west
of Hawaii and people familiar
with it said it contains little
more than a few huts, These
would hardly be adequate for the
100 estimated people in the two
parties, they said. —Reuter,

a oe
ick eee
OVER SUBSCRI Oct. 12

South Africa’s £5,000,000 loan
was over subscribed more than 11
times when it opened in London
yesterday it was officially onnoun-
ced to-day.

When dealing in the new loan
started it immediately went to a
premium of 10 shillings over the
issue price. —Reuter.



a

The Missouri with nine 16 inch
guns and 12 five inch guns and
anti-aircraft armament is believ-
ed to be che most powerful war-
ship afloat, It poured hundreds
of shells into the port. Then
carrier borne aircraft bombed and
strafed it for another 30 minutes
frontline reports said.

Air observers reported a steel
mill demolished and an oil depot
railway yards and tunnels also
wi out.

hree hundred miles away in
the centre of the Peninsula
United Nations forces spearheaded
by the British Brigade thrust for-
ward towards Pyongyang against
weakening Communist resistance.

Beginning in next Mon-
day’s Evening Advocate:

“The Greatest Story Ever
Told,”

Northerners were reported to
pose farted a general with-
rawal to rally for the last ditch
defence of their capital 80
miles north of the 38th parallel.
Pilots reported a force of 3,000
to 5,000 moving westwardg
from the Kaesong-Pyongyang
road and communist opposition
previously described as “desper-
ate and determined, was said
to be ceasing.

Intelligence officers have said
that with the fall of their east
coast anchor Wonsan, Communists’
had ane Sitemaive but to fall

their capital” .
soa ee the
right flank of the United Nations
thrust from Kaesong was last,
reported 18 miles beyond the
parallel aiming for the key junc-
tion Siboni, 12 miles farther on,

To the east, South Koreans
were advencing against light
resistance after capturing a tri-
angle of three important com-
munication towns—Pyonggan, a
little over 30 miles above the
parallel, Chorwon and Kumhwa

Advanced patrols of the east
coast “arrowhead” were reported
to-day prodding westwards down
the road from Wonson port to
Pyongyang apparently in prepara-
tion for pincers movement on the
capital. In the west United
Nations forces are building up
end manoeuvring for a position
‘trom whieh to launch an all-out
drive on Pyongyang. British and
Australian troops have now
leap-frogged the First Cavalry
Division over the 38th parallel.

American Army spokesman in
Tokyo indicated that big new
attacks are on the way. He said
that the First Cavalry Division
now virtually bogged down on
the road to Pyongyang just south
of Kumchon had made “no great
effort to move ahead since there
are other plans for them.

American fighter-bombers are
now operating from Wonsan Air-
field, the first in North Korea to
be used by United Nations forces.

With its two airfields at its
command it is helping United
Nations forces considerably

—Reuter.



UNESCO REJECT SOVIET
MOVE TO OUST CHINA

THE UNITED NATION

LAKE SUCCESS, Oct. 12.
S Economic and Social Council

today defeated the Soviet move supported by Britain to
oust the Chinese Nationalist delegate from the Council.
The Council rejected the motion by eleven votes to seven.

Australia Will
Spend $700m
On Defence

RA, Qet, 12

Treasurer Arthur Fadden to-day
introduced in Parliament Austra-
lia’s biggest peacetime budget.

It proposes £70(¥000,000 Aus-
tralian currency (£560,000,000
sterling) expenditure in the cur-
rent financial year.

Fadden announced that to coun-
ter the inflationary trend, the Gov-
ernment would require prepay-
ment to the taxation department of
one fifth of the amounts released
én the whole this season.

This tax was estimated to yield
£103,000,000 Australian currency
( £82,400,000 sterling),

Fadden announced that there
would be increased defence expen-
diture and £50,000,000 Australian
currency (£40,000,000 sterling)
would be applied te'the stockpiling
of certain strategic stores and
equipment,

—Reuter.

The Soviet Union whose delegate
has walked out of many United
Nations bodies when the move
to unseat the Chinese Nationalists
has been defeated remained in the

Council meeting after to-day's
vote.
Pakistan, India, Britain, Den-

mark, Poland and Czechoslovakia
supported the Soviet motion. On
the second part of the Soviet
motion to invite a representative
of Communist China, the vote was
6 in favour and 11 in opposition
with Denmark abstaining.
Kenneth Younger, had Said he
would support the Soviet motion
despite the complication that the
preblem of Chinese representation
wes now before the General
Assembly. —Keuter.

REPORTS DENIED
ZURICH, Oct. 12
Recent reports of large transfers

— —



' gold fram Eastern European
“countries to Switzerland are “with- |
out foundation’ usually re'fable

| financial cirlees said here today

There have been some small
transfers it is understood, but only
in. connection with
and financial agreements

—Reuter





‘Chinese

Communists | ig
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Invade Tibet

Ni witli,
CHiNnGe Commun

tered Tibet ana

Wee. .
is have
occupied a
tory according

lo a

paper Statesman today from its

correspondent at Kalimpong near;

Ideah northern border.

The correspondent said: “First

reports .bawe eome througn to
Kalimpong of the snvasion and}
eccupation of Tibetan territor,

in Tibet by Chinese Communists. | |

“This has evidently been a move |
by the Communists to bypass the |
Tibetan stronghold of Chambo!
from a northwesternly direetion”.:

The territory occupied by the
Communists wes roughly 50 miles!

wide—or three days’ journey from) |

the Sino-Tibet border the corres-
pondent said,

The Communists were now
entrenched at Dongma where they
had been stopped by the Tibetans,
the correspondent said {

This had imperilled Chambe
Tibetans have prepared plans tal

withdraw from Chambo should
Giving details of the fighting
the correspandent said that

(Major) Po-Khang of the Tibetan
army met Communist attacks
“with skill end courage” and drove |
them back further but was later
killed in action.

After more fighting the Tibetans|
were defeated A spokesman of;
the Tibetan delegation at present |
in New Delhi said that the dele-j|
gation had received no informa-:
tion from their Government about}
the reported invasion, —Reuter.

this prove necessary.
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Miners’ Pay
£3.500,000 Up

By KOBERT D. BROWN.
LONDON, Oct, 12.

British coal miners learned
today that they are to get an-
other £3,500,000 a year in wages.

This decision follows three
weeks after the grant to agricul-
tural workers of £5 weekly
minimum wage at an estimated
annual cost of £11,000,000.

Leaders engineering and
shipbuilding workers claiming
another 20 shillings per week
today rejected employers’ offer
of 11 shillings for skilled men
and 8 shillings for unskilled,

School-teachers, the most mili-
tant of the “black coated
workers” who have lodged wage
claims believe they will be given
rises within the next few weeks.
The period of severe restraint on
applications for wage increases
was ended by the decision by the
8,000,000 strong Trades Union
Congress last month and the}
Labour Party this month, that;
wages may be allowed to rise.

T.U.C. economic experts
busy

of

—Reuter.



B.G. Businessmaa
On Arson Charge

(From Our Own Correspondent)
GEORGETOWN, Oct. 12,

Mr. Lejor Teper, prominent
businessman and landed proprie-
tor was arrested and charged to-
day with arson. He was released
on a $2,000 bail to appear before
the Magistrate for a preliminary
inquiry on Friday.

The charge followed the early
Monday morning fire which des-
troyed the “Bargain Store” and
“New Union Club” Regent Street,
Bourda Store” and property owned
by Teper’s wife.



“Being part owner of
the railways, coal mines,
and steel industry, ! fail
to
penny an
you, Simpkins

see why an extra

hour bothers



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Argentina and Britain’s Labour |
Government were criticised in)
the “Financial Times” to-day.
; It was commenting on the “ex-
position of the unsatisfactory out-
come of Anglo-Argentine trade
exchanges in the first period of
the five year trade and financial
pact” given in Buenos Aires yes-
lterday by J. E, Joint, British
| Commercial Minister there. The
|paper said that Argentina had
| “proceeded over a period of a
year and a half to pick and choose
as it wanted.

“All facilities placed at its dis-
|posal for the purchase of such
| items as tinplate, textile machin-
'ery and oil have been used to the
full” it said. “But imports of



commercial | British cotton textiles in spite of

\their traditional place in the

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published in tne Calcutta news- |

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behind the scenes working

out the new wage policy but it
now appears probable that events
may move too quickly for them.



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ARMS FOR WAR IN
INDONESIA

PREMIER Plevin last night cabled to his Defence
Minister Jules Moch who arrived in Washington yester-
day, requesting the latter to press the American

PARIS, Oct. 12.



vern-

ment for a speedy delivery of arms badly needed in|
Indo-China and for an increase in the supply programme
originally accorded by America.



Frarice Will Double
Defence Spendings

WASHINGTON, Oct. 12.



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urgently needed are tanks,
pl and parachutists’ equip-
mnt, 4 Government spokesman
said, but in general, wéapons and
equipment would be needed on a
iarger scale because France now
has a “full-scale war on her

France proposes to double its|ands in Indo-China. The Guer.

defence spending next year pro-
vided it gets approximately
$750,000,000 in outside aid, usually
reliable sources said today,

Officials said that plans for
boosting France’s defence budget
were presented to the State and
Defence departments just prior to
the arrival of French Defence
Minister Jules Moch in this coun-
try yesterday.

The French proposal, they said,
contemplates increasing defence
expenditures from around $1,200,-
000,000 vais year to around $2,450,-
000,000 during 1951.

Moch is getting quick American
approval! of plans during a round
of conferences with top American
defence leaders so that his Gov-
ernment can present an expanded
military budget to the French
Parliament shortly after it con-
venes next Tuesday.

Officials said that the French
plan calls for assistance not only
from the United States but also
from Britain, Belgium, Italy and
other North Atlantic Treaty allies,

More than $500,000,000 of French
Defence Funds, it was reported,
would be allocated to French
troops now battling advancing
Communist forces in Indo-China

French Finance Minister, Maur-
ice Petsche, arrived here by plane
today to join French Defence Min-
ister Jules Moch in talks with
high American officials.

—Reuter.

Three Drown

(From Our Own Correspondent)

PORT-OF-SPAIN,

Three people, members of two
bath g parties, lost their lives
by drowning recently. Two were
at Mayaro and the other at
Selybia Bay, Toco. Yvonne da
Silva, and James Lee Kin, were
both in an excursion party at
Mayaro. Their bodies have not
yet been found. Miss da Silva
fs an only child of her mother,
who is now holidaying in Tobago,
while Lee Kin is the only son in
a large family.

The third victim was Robert
Robinson, of San Juan, He, too,
was qa member of a bathing party
at Salybia. His body has not
yet been recovered.





their officially expressed intention
to expand—have been checked 4n
every possible way,

“And meanwhile textiles sup-
plied by other countries have beea
readily absorbed into the market.

“If the Argentine want to
play a bilateral game they must
play it straight” the “Financial
Times” asserted. “If special
arrangements are made to allow
them to earn a given quantity of
sterling then they must adhere to
the principles on which that
agreement has been reached gov-
erning the way they will spend

it.”
Post-War Relations

The “Financial Times” added
“Blame for the establishment of
Britain’s post war commercial re-
lations with Argentina on the



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illa phase is over.”

The French Government con-
siders that the military situation in
Indo-China calls for another two
front-line combat divisions being
put into the theatre in addition
te a 140,000 strong French and
Foreign Legion Army.

It is not clear yet where these
two extra divisions sre to come
from, Parliament would have *o
sive ie sanetion for sending men
from the ordinary conscript army
at home.

Supplies of arms are also large-
ly determined by the rate at which
the National Vietnam army can
be built up vo the target figure of
100,000 men. At present about
20,000 are trained and in battalion
formation,

Official circles here express
confidence in French forces being
able to hold rich rice deltas
im the Tonkin area, buy further
withdrawals from outposts near
the Chinese frontier are foreseen,

The French Government has
made no request for a meeting
between General Juin who is fly~
ing to Indo China on Sunday vo
investigate the situation, acd
General] MacArthur, but the Gov-
ernment would warmly welcome
such a meeting, the spokesman
said.—Reuter.



Transport Workers:
Strike In Marseilles

MARSEILLES, Oct, 12

Public transport in Marseilles
was paralysed this morning when
bus, tram and trolley bus opera-
tors came out in a lightning strike

The strike was decided on late
last night in sympathy with Com-
munist-led demonstrators from La
Boeca near Cannes, now charged
before Marseilles court with at-
tempting to prevent the departure
of a train loaded with war
material.

The strike was scheduled to
last from 5 a.m. to9am.G.M.T.

At 7 pm. G.M.T. sharp the
strike ended with no incidents
’ —Reuter.



“TIMES”? CRITICISE ARGENTINA—U.K. PACT

basis of a_ series of bilateral
Government to Government ne-
gotiations rests partly with this
country.

The “arrangement was at one
as a sort of show-
piece of Socialist Foreign Eco-
nomic policy. But it must be
quite clear by now that the prim-’
ary objective for Britain is
break down Argentina’s present
technique of bulk selling

“And the first move obviously
lies in a resolute retreat by our
own Government from the prin-
ciple ef bulk purchase from
Argentina. The Liberal “Manches-
ter Guardian” commenting on the
British Commercial Minister’s
speech and the present deadlocked
state of talks over meat purchases
from Argentina said: “British ne-

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U.S. DETAIN 32
PASSENGERS

NEW YORK, Oct. 12

American immigration officials
detained 32 passengers including
Italian orchestra conductor Victor
de Sabata under the new security
law when the liner “Queen Mary”
docked here to-day

Those detained were rostnty }
Italian. They included 14 music—!
lans from Rome.

De Sabata told reporters he had
no idea why immigration aguthori-
ties had detained him. He said
he had toured the United States in
1948 and 1949 and had come to
the United States this time to
conduct the Pittsburgh Symphony
Orchestra.

Imnugration officials said that}
they were convinced that the!
Italian conductor had been a mem-
ber of the Fascist party. He would |
be taken to the detention centre at
Ellis Island.

—Reuter.

Suspend
Passports

WASHINGTON, Oct, 12.
The United States have ordered
a temporary suspension of pass. |
port visas issued to aliens

lan. |
ane to come to America. Officials
sa



today that the State
Department yesterday telegraphed |
orders to Embassies and |
Consulates all over the world to |
give ‘'me for a recheck of |
individual records, This was
made necessary by the new,

Internal Security Law
—Reuter

42 Spanish
Refugees Arrive
At Brazil

RIO DE JANEIRO, Oct. 12,
Forty-two Spanish
who were arrested on disembark.
ing at Camocio in the northern
state of Ceara two days ago,
rived last night at
capital of the same state unde»
police escort.

They had left Teneriffe on
August 3, They said their
original destination was Vene.
zuela but the boat got lost on the
high seas as the result of a
violent storm which lasted three
days. After floating adrift for
10 days they accidentally reached
the Brazilian coast night before
last.

The refugees who are mostly
skilled workers, said they decided
to leave Spain because conditions
there were becoming unendurable
for those who live on salaries.
They came to America in search
of a better life

Brazilian Immigration Authori-
ties are considering the situation
of the refugees, and it is expected
that they will obtain permission
to remain in Brazil,

There are two women and one
boy among them, —Reuter.

}last night.

°



RIAL PREFERENCE

~ IN “HELP THE EMPIRE”

PLAN

(From Our Own Correspondent)

LONDON, Oct, 12.

RIES LEFT NO DOUBT about their “empire
mindedess’’ when the Conservative Party
Conference opened at Blackpool this morning.
Speeches made there must have been particularly

heartening for colonial producers.

The demand went forth for an unflinching policy of
imperial unity supported by a strong system of imperial
preference. Among the advocates of this “Help the Empire”
plan was Mr, Julian Amery, son of a former Colonial Sec-

retary,



Scientists On

Expedition

OSLO, Oct, 12
Two British Research scientists

ond the Director of the

jlan Polar Institute

Harold

Severdup will

Norwe-
Professor
travel to

Maudhem, the Antarctic base with
the British, Norwegian and Swed-

ish Seientific

winter, with the

Expedition

this
Norwegian

‘ailing vessel Norsel which is to
take supplies, and two Norwegian

seanlanes.

The party will leave Oslo about

| November 15 to reach Maudhem

n the first of January.—~—Reuter,



Wolves On The
Prowl In Italian.
Villages

ROME, Oct, 12
Wolves are terrorizing the coun-

try villages 25

miles
Nome, They killed about 30 sheep
Believed to have been
|starved out of their lairs in the

south ol

ugged Abruzzo mountains south
of Rome, the wolves are reported

0

Appia last night,

be smaller than normal size
wolves but very fast.
seen loping along the ancient Via

They were

In an area about 3 square miles

Word went around

shepherds found half eaten sheep
refugees |and lambs inside and outside the
wolves’ dens.

to various

ar~ | villages to-day for shepherds and) foy
the.| local peasants to organise woll| G

ants all over the area. Reuter.

Czechs Brand
300 Monks

VATICAN CITY, Oct. 12

Vatican sources tonight alleged |
that 300 Catholic monks had been |
branded by Czechoslovak police
before being deported from south-
ern Slovakia to unknown destina- |
tians, |

Home truths came out when
one young speaker condemned the
awful “woffle” he had heard about
the Empire at past Conferences
and urged Tories to take some
action to spread the faith when
they returned home,

He was strongly supported by
another eéarnest speaker who
asked his audience to take
colonial students into their homes
in order that they might learn
about the British way of life.
This, he pointed out, was some-
thing they could not learn about
in the “undesirable” lodgings
which were often the best they
could obtain.

The Conference has drawn
forth the following comment from
Lord Beaverbrook’s Evening
Standard: “the debate might well
fortify the morale of the Tory
Party. If 4,000 Tories gathered
here today to find in the Empire
that positive faith for which they
have so long been searching, they
will have done something of much
greater importance than holding
u successful jamboree beside the
sea, They will also have found
themselves.”

U.S, AID FOR
BRITAIN

WASHINGTON, Oct. 12,
Agreement has been
between Britain and the United
States on American aid to the
first £200,006,000 stage of Britain's

reached

£ 2,600,000,000 three-year re-
armament programme, officialg
told Reuter today. Agreement

was reached during the five-day
visit here of the British Minister
Economie Affairs Hugh
a~whn was due to leave
' for Ottawa later today.
—Reuter.



| SHAH OF PERSIA
| WILL MARRY DEC. 27
TEHERAN, Oct

The Shah of Persia and
year-old Soraya Esfandiari

12
18-
will

be married on December 27, it
was officially announced here
| today. The date coincides with

Vatican sources said that ae-| the birthday of Prophet Moham-

sources added,

cerding to reports reaching them
vem Caechuslovakia the train car-

ying the m...u. was ciuppeda at
ight iv uw \aysiue stario

Police s\.aved boarle. Co p.c..in
monks among the group the

Then they stamped a number on

the leg of each deportee with a

branding iron it was alleged. At

dawn the train moved on. Nothing

had since been heard of the monks





22 LEPERS
RECAPTURED

ATHENS, Oct. 12
Cretan poliee have recaptured
22 of an unknown number of
lepers who left their colony on
Spinalonga peninsu‘a northeast of
Crete yesterday to complain of

neglect

The lepers representing 250 on
Sp'nalonga protested to the town
at Aya Marina that
they had no doctors or nurses tc
care for them and that they had
not received their government al
lowance of six shillings each a day
since last July

Later a Health Ministry spokes~
man in Athens said that doctors
and money had been sent to the
coiony, one of two main ones in
Greece —Reuter



Israeli President

Returns Home

TEL-A-VIV, Oct. 12.
Dr. Chaim Weizmann, President
of Israel arrived at Lydda airport |
today on his return from a three
months stay in Switzerland and
Franee for his health. He left at
once for his home. —Reuter

gotiators feel they are in a seen
position.” j

a Joint’s statement thar)
“during the next few months it:
seems unlikely Argentina will be!
able to earn enough current ster-!
ling to pay for even her essential
sterling needs,” the Manchester
Guardian continued, “As to meat,

tained at least into the new year
| “The Argentine however also dc
| not seem to be in a hurry to com2
| to terms. The recent dollar loan
|has eased their financial difficul-
| tles, and they have been able to
}sell much of their own scanty
| meat surpluses in various parts of
| the world, So there is no fign
that efther side will move.

“Meanwhile the Argentine Gov-
,ermment’s business methods do
| nothing to improve the two coun-
tries’ relations.—Reuter

the sources said,







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ALWAYS
FRESH

' med. The 3l-year-old Shah
Mohammed Reza was ceremon-
iously betrothed to the girl
yesterday —Reuter.

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HOSE of you who missed the
one act plays which were
sponsored by the Barbados Dram-
atic Club, will have another op-
portunity of seeing one of them
performed at the Drill Hall to-
morrow evening at 5 o’clock, when
the Girls Friendly Society Com-
mittee put on two hours of enter-
tainment including films of the
Society, cartoons and shorts.
His Excellency the Governor
and Mrs. Savage have promised
to attend.

Arrived Yesterday

R. AND MRS. James R. Crowe

arrived from Venezuela yes-
terday morning via Trinidad by
B.W.LA. Here for about ten days,
they are guests at the Marine
Hotel.

Mr. Crowe who is from Houston,
Texas, has been living in Vene-
zuela for about four years. He is
with the Socony Vacuum Oil Co.
in Guico.

They were accompanied by their
two children, Rory-An and Rone—
Lee.

Were Staying at Four Winds

RS...MARCELLE WARREN
and her two children, who

have been holidaying at Four Co.

Winds, St. Peter, returned to Vene-
zuela — yesterday morning by
B.W.LA.

Mr. Warren who was also holi-
daying here has already returned.

The Speaker Leaves
IS Honour Mr. K. N. R. Hus-
bands, Speaker of the House
of Assembly and Mrs. Husbands
left yesterday afternoon by
B.W.LA. intransit to the U.K. via
Trinidad.
Mr. Husbands will represent
Barbados at the opening of the
new House of Commons.

For Barbados Holiday
RS. ELVIRA HUGGINS and
her daughter Joan arrived
from Trinidad yesterday morning
by B.W.LA., to spend two weeks’
vacation, staying at the Hotel
Royal.

U.S. Vice-Consul Returns

From Short Visit

R. A. V. NYREN, America.

Vice Consul here returnea

from a tweélve-day trip to Antigua,

Montserrat and St. Kitts yesterday
afternoon by B.W.LA,

Holidaying With Parents
RS. A. I. ROCK and hei
daughter Annette were among

the passengers leaving by B.W.1.A.

yesterday afternoon, to spend three
weeks’ holiday in Grenada,

She will be staying with her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. Hosten
in St. Paul’s. Mr. Rock hopes to
follow for the last week of their
holiday,



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“What DON’T you know
about iron and steel?”



Ran Against Herb McKenley

RRIVING from Trinidad yes-—
terday by B.W.LA. were

Mr. and Mrs. Norman Rucks who
have just returned from a holiday
in the U.S. and are en route to
Venezuela, Mr. Rucks has been
in Venezuela for about two years,
where he is a Geologist with the
Venezuela Atiantic Refining Oil

In 1948 Mr, Rucks, who at that
time was a well known U.S.
athiete ran against Herb’ Mc
Kenley the Jamaica and. WI.
quarter-mile champion in the
Olympic Trials of that year.

Mr. and Mrs. Rucks hope to
be here for about three weeks
before they return to Venezuela.

Just Four Days
P*FOR ABOUT four days
from Trinidad is Mr. Ben
Laughlin who arrived by
B.W.LA. yesterday morning. Mr.
Laughlin is staying with Mr.
Stanley Dalgleish, Manager of the
Royal Bank of Canada and Mrs.
Daigieish during his short stay
here.

Cousins
R. JOHN TRIM after five
. weeks’ holiday in Barbados
returned to B.G, yesterday after-
noon by B.W.LA.

While he was waiting for the
*plane at Seawell there must
have been at least half a dozen
people who asked him if he was
the B.G. fast bowler.

Mr. Trim is a cousin of John
the bowler, and is a schoolmaster
in Berbice.

Schoolmaster’s WifeArrives

RS. PAULINE RICE, wife of
Mr. Jimmy Rice, the new
History Master at Harrison Col-
‘ege arrived here yesterday by
B.W.LA. After travelling from
Ireland to Jamaica by sea, she
flew the rest of the way via
Trinidad.
Mr. Rice was at the airport to|
meet her.
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Atter a while the little boat chat
has brought them so far reaches the
edge of the beach and Koko, leap-
ing ashore, takes the rope and pulls
it up. A tow of anxious black faces
watch from behind a rock until their

leader helps Rupert on to dry land.

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Rupert rt and the Castaway —24—

him ib every friendly sign, all
chattering and laughing together.
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Sulphone
Remedy Cures
79 Lepers

PRETORIA, South Africa.

Sixteen Europeans and 63
natives have been cured of what
was regarded until a few years
ago as an incurable type of leprosy.

After leagthy treatment with a
sulphone drug, the patients were
discharged recently from a South,
African leper institution.

United States scientists, experi-
menting with sulphone as a treat-
ment for tuberculosis, accidentally
discovered that the drug reacted
against leprosy’ Baeilli, Two sul-
phones have been used during the
jast five or six years at the public
leprosarium in Carville, La., and
a number of cures have resulted.

Soon after its discovery the drug
was tested in South Africa. The
patients recently discharged were
the first to undergo treatment.

One of them had entered the
institution when he was 28-years-
old. At the time he was a farmer
in the Free State, with a wife and
children

Hopeless Case

His case was regarded as hope-
less. “The only thing we could
still do for him was to fill in the
date on a death certificate,” said
one of the health officers at the
institution.

When he was given the new
drug he responded imni diately
and after four years of ti.e tregt-
ment was told that he was —w
and could go home.

Another of the discharged as
tients is a married women with}
three children. When she entered |
the institution three-and-a-half!
years ago, her eyes were affected. |

“To-day I can read,” she said.!
Her face has improved remarkably
and there is a healthy red glow
where formerly marks had been.

She had to point out her slight
deformity before it became notice- |
able.

It was also difficult to distin-,
guish the other discharged patients |
from people who had always been |
normal and healthy.

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Russia Will Launch ,

New ‘Peace Tactics’
EXPERTS BELIEVE

LAKE SUCCESS, Oct. 11.
Western diplomats here today
believed that Russia is ready to
launch new “peace tactics’ to
divert attention from Acheson’s
attempts to strengthen the United
Nations Assembly
Soviet Foreign Minister Vyshin-
sky gave notice in the Political
Committee yesterday that he
would propose Big Power talks on
collective security.
Western delegates think this
may be a manoeuver to move
political balance from the Assem-
bly to the hands of the powers.
The plan of Secretary of State
Dean Acheson now betore the
Assembly is designed to give the
Assembly of 60 nations the means
to counter aggression if
Security Council cannot act.
—Reuter.

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Lipstick For Men

CHICAGO.

Lipstick for men is reecommend-
ed by a skin expert as a possible
preventative for cancer,

Dr. Herbert R. Rattner, profes-
sor of dermatology at Northeast-
ern University Medical School,
said:

“Cancer of the lip rarely occurs
in women but is fairly frequent
among men. There's good reason
to believe that lipstick does more
than just adorn.

“It has
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As if Steel Bills and things were not

confronted by a delegation of

Austria Protests
Against Russian

Interference

VIENNA, Oct. 11.

The Austrian Cabinet decided
today to send a new protest note
to the Russian High Commissioner
objecting to continued Russian
interference in Austria’s internal
affairs.

The official communique said
that Russian authorities had in-
terfered to prevent the dismissal
and trial of people involved in
illegal acts committed during the
recent strike attempt.

Austrian authorities have been
ordered to collect full details of
such interference and to insist on
a written order from local Soviet
authorities in all such _ cases
Chancellor Dr. Figl told the Cab-
inet today that the Soviet Deputy
High Commissioner admitted re-
cently that questions of person-
nel are purely an Austrian affair.

—Reuter.



The Weather

TODAY
Sun Rises: 5.48 a.m.
Sun Sets: 5.44 p.m.
Mcon (First Quarter)
October 18
Lighting: 6 p.m
YESTERDAY
ayer (Codrington)

zoe for month to yesterday
4.43 ins

‘Temperature (Max.) 76.0° F

Temperature (Min.) 71.0° F

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

Wind Velocity 5 miles per
hour

Barometer (9 a.m.) 29.955
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Govt. Representatives
To Nursing Council

(From Our Own Correspondent)

PORT-OF-SPAIN.

Dr. A. A. Peat, Director of
Medical Services in Trinidad,
and Mrs. H. Biddlecom, Senio~

Nursing sister at the Port-of-
Spain Colonial Hospital have been
chosen as Government represen—
tatives on the Nursing Council
which will be established shortly
in Trinidad.

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Treaty Talks

WASHINGTON, Oct. 11,

Secretary of State, Dean Ache-
son said today that the United
States was discussing the pro-
posal for a Japanese peace treaty
| with representatives of the Soviet
Union and other members of the
Far Eastern Commission.

With the authority of President
Truman the United States delega-
tion to the United Nations General
Assembly was engaged in these
talks, he said,

Acheson told his weekly Press
conference that John Foster
Dulles, Republican member of the
United States’ delegation, had
been pushing ahead with conver-
sations during the United Nations
General Assembly meetings in
New York.

He had spoken with representa-
tives of Russia and other mem-
bers of the Far Eastern Commis-
sion.



—Reuter.

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radar research are incorporated
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vented by Auckland engineers and



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julse represents a bet on a horse
the counting unit reckons
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dlaim that the machine would en-
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throughout the Dominion right up
\to the time the course totalisators
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BARBADOS ADVOCATE

S$ reported that on their way

Indian Leader
Dies In B.G.

(From Our Own Correspondent)
GEORGETOWN, Oct. 12.

Members of Government de-
partments and many religious de-
nominations and representatives
of all sections of the community
joined in the funeral service this
afternoon for Pandit Ramsaroop
Maraj, M.B.E., age 61,

Pandit, who died from a heart
attack, was trustee of the Hindu
Religious Society and founder of
the Dharam Sala Poor House. He
bs od called Saint Francis of British

uiana and honoured with the
M.B.E. for social welfare work.

Mother Of 9 In B.G.
Expecting Quads

{From Our Own Correspondent)
GEORGETOWN.
Doctors at the Public Hospital
are preparing for the day when
37-year old Agatha Sulton of
Plaisance Village, Bast Coast,
Demerara, will give birth to quads.



| praise for putting



|

X-ray examinations disclose that |

all is going well, and if there are
no mishaps Mrs. Sulton will be
the first woman in British Guiana
to give birth to quadruplets.

With the birth of all four chil-
dren alive, Mrs, Sulton will be-
come the mother of 13 children,
seven of whor are now alive.

At the Maternity Ward at the
Georgetown Hospital she is the
most important patient today, and
the Director of Medical Services
has given the go-ahead signal to
the surgeons and doctors to do
everything possible to ensure safe
delivery, alive. Special drugs anc
special diets are being provided,
and the doctors have expressed
eonfidence that all will be well
for mother and children.

Philip Sulton, the father, is a
labourer at Plantation Ogle, and
his wife is just four feet nine
inches.

BAO DAI GOING BACK ABDULLAH'S CABINET
H RESIGNS

CANNES, Oct. 11,

Emperor Bao Dai head of the!
state of Vietnam said here to-day
he will return to his
“without delay”. Bao Dai’s formal
announcement did not indicate
when he would leave. He said,
Vietnam “has become the seat of
events liable to threaten inter-
national peace and security.”
—Reuter.

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AMMAN, ENS. Oct. 12
1 King Abdullah of Jordan has
accepted the resignation of his
Cabinet it was officially announced
here to-day.

He authorised former premier
Said Passa Mufti to form a new
Government the composition of
which is expected to be announced
next Sunday.

—Reuter.

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H.C. Honoured
. .
In Trinidad

(From Our Own Correspondent)

PORT -OF-SPAIN,
One of the most important
cbjects of the Society is to help a
Harrisonian in the Colony to send

one of his sons to Harrison Colleg
in Barbados”, stated Capt. H A.
Thorne, Chairman of the annual
dinner of the Old Harrisonians,
Society of Trinidad, held at San
Fernando on Saturday evening

Mr.W. D. Issac, said that the
College, which enjoyed such a
splendid record in the past, wos
again showing rapid signs of pro-
@ress under its new Principal
He was toasting the College, He
stated that he received the new
a few days awo that the new Prin
cipal Had done a great deal of
work in his short period at the
College and was deserving much

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Election Battle
Begun For Trinidad |
| Borough Councils

| (From Our Own Correspondent

PORT-OF-SPAIN

Another woman is expected
join. the election battle for tn
vacant seats on the Arinu
Borough Council. .She is Mrs

Andrea Coryat. The other
Councillor Louisa D’Orcy Cezair,
one of the outgeing members.

The Trinided Labour Party
has -announced that they are de-
termined to capture the vacant
seats at Arima, and for that
purpose have nominated Coun-
cillor Hugh Lee King, one of the
outgoing candidates, and Mr.
Vitalis Douen. In the mext few
| days, this party is going to launch
a wholesale campaign.

San Fernando is also having
its election fight. Butlerites in
that area, are reported to be
; |} entering a candidate tor one ot
the three seats to be filled in
November, The party is consi!
ering the possibility of entering
Miss Christine Lewis, but her
name is not on the burgess list

Eight candidates are contesting
three seats; two among them,
being outgoing members, Coun-
cillor Beryl Archbald—Crichlow,
Deputy Mayor of San Fernando,
and Councillor Jack Kelshal)

Among others contesting the
seats are Mr. Hugh 6b. Webster,
who has been trying for some
years to capture a seat, Mr. Elton
Richards, a former Councillor
who is trying for a comeback;
Mr. Herman Pickerin=, Mr. Ken
Cooper and Mr. Cecil Gittens
all new-—comers,

For the Port-of-Spain_ City
elections, to be held on November
3, Mr. Herman Scott, President
of the Upper Laventille Weltar
Association, Port—of-Spain,

j standing as a candidate for the
| South -eastern-ward. Mr Bert
ram Dufont, physiotherapist, and
Mr. David Durham, city busines

man, are contesting the seat i}
the southern ward

Floating Corpse” Case
For Retrial Next Week

(From UOur Own Correspondent)

PORT-OF-SPAIN,
Four new lawyers ave engaged
in the “Ploating Cerpse” retrial
which begins next week Fouw
men along with “Trinidad’s Blox
Beard”, Boysie Singh, are being
retried for the murder of Philbert
Peyson one ni&ght in April this



the Science
Department of the Colony on a
sound footing.

Mr. W. K. Fergusson and Capt

Thorne toasted the visitors,
Mr. E. L. Cozier stated that
Harrisonians in England were

keeping their end up extremely
well and were kept in touch with
the student movement in the
West Indies. He mentioned that
Goddard and Walcott, old Har-
risonians, and Worrell, captured
the love of every one wherever
they went in England during the
cricket tour.

Several prominent
attended the dinner.

Barbadians



WOMAN ROBBED:
HOUSE BURNT

(From Our Own Carrespondent)

PORT-OF-SPAIN.
Frances Smith, a 67-year-old
woman from Plymouth, Tobago,
is now a patient in the Hospital at
Tobago. Her condition is serious.
On Saturday night, she was at-

tacked by a man seeking shelter }
from the rain, and was robbed of }
Her house was also |] ‘
| *

A taxi driver, }j

$200 in cash,
completely destroyed by fire.
Smith lived alone.
saw the fire and took her to the
hospital. Though in a bad con-
dition, and bathed in blood, she
was able to give a statement to the
police. She had, previously to this
attack, made a report that her dog
was poisoned, and that many of
her fowls had been stolen.

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Friday, October 13, 1950



COMMERCE

THERE are in every community insti-
tutions other than those of the Government
which have been founded by private indi-
viduals in the interests of the country and
without whose assistance the administra-
tion of government would be a much more
difficult task. Such an institution the
Barbados Chamber of Commerce.

is

The Chamber of Commerce was founded
in 1825 with the specific object of “estab-
lishing and preserving uniformity of com-
mercial practices, maintaining just and
equitable principles in trade, settling and
adjusting controversies and differences on
matters of trade, promoting and fostering
all measures appertaining to trade and
commerce, and doing such other things as
may be conducive to the extension of trade,
commerce, or industries, or incidental to
the attainments of the above objects.”

After 125 years of existence the Barba-
dos Chamber of Commerce has a member-
ship of 147 who are responsible for the
direction of trade and to whose business
activities it is mainly due that the Gov-
ernment now collects thousands of pounds
on taxation in one form or another and
employment for thousands of people is
found. On more than one occasion in the
past the Government has had to rely on the
assistance of the Chamber for the carrying
out of programmes, failure of which would
have ruined the economy of the island.
In the recent past when readjustments in
trade policy and the maintenance of con-
trols on trade were desired by the Colonial
Office, and when the people of this island
protested that they were being made dupes
for the purpose of sustaining British Export
Trade at a particular level, it was to the
Chamber of Commerce that the Govern-
ment sent its Acting Colonial Secretary not
merely to explain but to seek support for
the continuance of an objectionable policy.

The merchants, for it is they who com-
prise the Chamber of Commerce, with the
full realisation that the continuance of that
policy would hamper trade and restrict
profits, gave as far as was possible, support
in order to prevent any embarrassment of
the Government or the Colonial Office.
When shipping in the West Indies became
difficult and the Colonial Office informed .
West Indian Governments that there could
be no control of shipping companies, it was
the members of the Chamber who protested
but also encouraged other shipping and air-
line companies to come in,

The ultimate interest of the Government
and the Chamber of Commerce are bound
to be the same. The good and well-being
of this community is the greatest service
which these two can render. The means of
achieving this end cannot always be the
same and there are times when the meth-
ods employed by each will appear to clash
with that of the other, but close examin-
ation will disclose an identity of aims.

Two communications recently from the
Chamber to the Government have been
handled in a manner which indicates dis-
courtesy on the part of the Government
and one member pointed out that little
(notice was taken of suggestions from the
Chamber. In one instance the Chamber en-
quired of the Government as to the pro-
posal to establish a Deep Water Harbour.
The letter was acknowledged but no fur-
ther information vouchsafed. In the change
over from lighterage and other methods
which make the handling of cargo at this
port the most expensive in the world, it is
the members of the Chamber of Commerce
whose financial and other interests are
likely to suffer. And they are entitled to
know beforehand what to expect.

In the matter of the granting of a public
holiday on the occasion of the return of
the West Indies Cricket Team of 1950, pru-
dence dictated that, after one closing day,
Sunday had been followed by a Bank-
Holiday, (the first Monday in October) any

holiday should have been a half holiday if

not conveniently postponed. The objections
of the Chamber were not merely that busi-
ness would suffer but that thousands of
people who had not prepared for the long
closing period would suffer materially, as
they did, If the Chamber had been con-
sulted they would have been able to point
out that there should be some amendment
of the programme of celebration.

If Barbados is to maintain its relatively
high standards of living and at the same
time to develop a healthy economy there
must be co-operation between those who

rovide money and those who spend it.
t is no sign of health that there should be
misunderstanding between the Govern-
ment and a Chamber of Commerce which
has served Barhados well. The appeal by
Mr. Lucie Smith that the Chamber of Com-
merce should be fully representative and
that any necessary adjustments should be
made to achieve wider representation is in-
dicative of a willingness on the part of the
Chamber to do its part in the interests of
the people of Barbados, Because orly where
there is harmony between Government and
Commerce can there be expansion of trade
and an increase in employment.

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AND SO SAY ALL OF US...

“I don’t care

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What of the
People ?...3

BARBADOS ADVOCATE

by GuLEet



like

see it.”
London Express Service

wo

Without It You Get Nowhere=
BLAT (it Rhymes With GLU T)

YOU will not find the word
‘Blat” in any'Russian dictionary.
Not even in Boyanus and Miller’s
fussian—English Dictionary which
is published in Moscow.

But Blat (it rhymes with “glut’)
is what it takes in the Soviet
Union today, It even takes Blat
to buy a copy. of the dictionary.
For like almost all books, copies
are scarce.

If you have Blat with the head
saleswoman in the State-owned
»ookshop selling the dictionary,
she may be prepared to put a

'copy aside for you when the next
delivery comes in.

Better still, perhaps you have
Elat with one of the directors of

the dictionary. Then he will fix
it for you to get one. But if you
have no direct Blat with any of
the people immediately concerned
with the allocation of dictionaries,
then the next best thing is to have
Blat with someone who has.

Your Blat, of course consists in
rendering this person a_ service,
Maybe your trade group has a
canteen which can supply some—
thing he cannot get from his.

Or perhaps you know one of the
pilots of the Moscow—Prague air
service, who can bring something
from Prague which your friend
badly wants (You would need
considerable Blat with the pilot
though for this.)

Anyhow, this service which you
render your friend will induce
him to render a service to the
saleswoman or-director which will
cause them in their turn to be
forthcoming with the dictionary
for you,

That is Blat. In English we
would probably call it “pull.”

Old-boy network

If you have not got Blat in the
great Soviet cemocracy, you will
have a hard lite indeed.

For here the Socialist plan has
been realised. The means of
production and distribution and
exchange have passed under the
control of the State, and that
means the old-boy network of
| bureaucrats and party _ privili-
jaentsia,

It is Blat that helps the
factory managers to earn bonuses
ior fulfilling their production plan
and bigger ones still for exceed-
ing it. Blat will enable a skilled
worker to get around the strict
works discipline regulations which
prevent a worker leaving one
factory for another.

The factory manager can only
fulfil his quota if he gets his
materials on time and lots of
them, He can only get them if he











OUR READERS

“Bisley”

“Gravesend Beach” and

To The Editor, The Advocate
SIR,—Under the above caption

for local marksmen as it weakens

your case. It is true that local
marksmen are unaccustomed to
shooting at zanges beyond 600

yards, This is also true of marks-
men in Trinidad, British Guiana
and Jamaica and these marksmen

individuals and one at each of said

Hy Sefton Delmer

has Blat and can bribe the man
who has the materials with some
extra service in return,

In almost every case, Blat is
illegal, involves the evasion of
some regulation laid down by the
party or the State.

‘Squeeze’
It has led to the spontaneous
growth of a widespread net of
bribe and squeeze which does not

confine itself to Moscow, but
flourishes even in such remote
republics as Kirghizia and
sazakhetan.

| POCKET CARTOON
| by OSBERT LANCASTER

|

“Wulys beimg too stuffy—he
says 4 1 accept this seat on
the Steel Board I shall be
taking a peerage out of the
mouth of some deserving ex-
Communist {”



Pravda complains
party commitiee in Makeevka
had been shutting its eyes to
what was going on at the locai
Puteprovod Cement Factory. Atl
it cared about was that the
factory had been fulfilling its
plan, 5

The management was making
private deals in cement, says

that the

Pravda, But the committee pro—
tected the director against
criticism,

Clearly that director had Blat
but not quite enough to stave of
the reporters of Pravda.

Which shows that while you
must have Blat to live in Russia
today, you must also _ have
prudence,

Tanks, now... .

Reports of travellers recently
arrived from Russia, Soviet refu-



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yards—-one had first to

No local
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teams

bathing huts and even the

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shoot 7
rounds at 2, 5 and 600 yards and
10 rounds at 3, 5 and 600 yards.
marksmen qualified to

only in competition with. colonial
but also with Dominion
and Commonwealth teams; during
this period not one person has been
wounded or killed on the range.
The Barbados Aquatic Club, the

gees and repatriated German
prisoners, make it clear that the
Soviet Union's main problem is
still “Guns or Butter.”” Unfortun—
ately for the common people the
high-ups in the Kremlin have
chosen guns.

Now they ere trying to make
up for the shortages caused by
this decision.

Up to now many of the workers
in the collective farms have had
their own little bit of land whien
they cultivate when their work
for the collective is done. They
grow their own vegetables, keep
their own chickens, and a cow
and a pia or two

Some of this they sell, usually
at prices a, good deal higher than
those in the.State food shops
It is the farm wives’ bit of Bla.

But now it is to be stopped,

The collectives are being en-
larged by putting two, three or
even four collectives together,

and making them into one, The
farm workers’ own land is to be
forfeited in the process.

And So=
SUMMING UP

How, therefore, are the com-

mon people of the Soviey Union

feeling today, five years after the
war — Are they disappointed
that the hardships of war are
continuing, and thay new sacrifices
are being demanded in the name
of peace?

To get the true answer
must divide the Soviet Union in
two, For »the Easvern, Asiatic
peoples of the U.S.S.R. the post-
war outlook is one with hope for
the future,

Big industries are being built
in vheir areas—albeit by slave
labour. Airways, railways, and
canals are opening up _ their
home lands. The people of
Furopean Russia, on the other
hand have seen their standard of
living depressed to near Asiatic
levels,

The Utopian ideals which
roused them in the “twenties and
even the ‘thirties have been
degraded to tired cliches.

These cliches are hammered in
by loudspeakers blaring on the
market square.

But vhey have lost their elan
and their appeal.

All that the people in the West

have to keep them going is a
sense of permanent crisis and
emergency — against which vhere

1s no magic Blat.

London Express Service. great land are the most fortunate people on earth.”
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closed for a short time

an effort was made in your paper iste eee ine . Range eecasions to certain bathers or I nove many look congested and
of Friday, 6th inst. to secure un- = RAS een waere tor vt bel pleasure seekers in order that a vhere is very little air. How can
pare ee a3 bo a et at carved and yet peryee. tbo Bar. pastime weien op encouraged and — pupils give their rece ats

ravese r athers nday : = ; . sponsor r wists ar = 4
heal ye et gl eae bados (Volunteers) Regiment, the Sake tear . denoted’ int Wat FOR YOUTH
parties. Police and the Barbados Rifle Incidentally it may be men- wl ;

But it is unfortunate that your Association, During this period tioned that the removal of the Helpful News
arguments included consideration many trophies have been won nst

shooting

British

have given very good account of Union Oil Company have been the uumber of practices
Chetaatyes at Bisley, : BUG STOUR tee ieee see. There will then be a

Inasmuch as the competitions Those who use the Range are also jn, ‘the efficiency in arms of those
at Bisley included two at 900 citizens who have .o oe to very persons who will be called
yards and one at 1,000 yards for consideration as those who use upon to defend the

pleasure seekers in

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spent for foreign crude cil. It will also < i

fi ihe problem of obtaining petroleum from abroad
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to vehicular traffic when there is
a meeting of the Legislature. Why
cannot a section of our beaches be

Government Range may very well
have a detrimental effect on rifle
in that it will
greater expense to say nothing
of. difficulty for members to get to
the’ new range—I can think of no
place nearer than 12 miles. Mem-
bership may decrease and so will

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ranges for teams I do not consider
the 600 yards range such a handi-
cap. The maximum number of
‘shoots’ any member of the West
Indies Team recorded at Bisley
was 23; of these seven were at 900
and 1,000 yards and sixteen at
2, 3, 5 and 600 yards

To reach the final stage in the
King’s Prize Competition—15
rounds at each of 900 and 1,000

The former use the Range hard-
ly more than 50 days in 365 and
then not for the entire day nor
is the entire Range used always
Phe latter have

the use of the
Range on the other 315 days and
on the 50 days they have the
greater part of the day as well SIR,—I am
as part of the Range at times.

Every care and precaution is taken

for safety. out the

national emergency.
‘ J. E, GRIFFITH
Newspaper Needed at

Schools
To The Editor, The Advocate
again y
plea for this paper to be read
Girls’ and Boys’
[sland

School
the School

PIPELINE
PRAIRIES

Foreign Trade (ct




feat OLEUM end tne ccustruction of a p_peline
| ‘rom Edmonton to Regina and tseiuc, to the
Lake Superior are essential tociors
{an preparedness program, the Ri
t:owe, Minister of Trade and Cc
| last Wednesday im the Alberta c¢
alve was turned to start

f Saskatchewan,

nore
in the Cana-
ht Hen. C. D,
1erce, Geclarid
pital. where «
the fluw of oil to the
ipital of 450 miles away, This
| venture will reduce the drain on the e el
‘anada by at least $150,000.000 a year that is bein,
diminisa







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in time cf war,
to obtain.

when petroleum is usualiy difficult

Mr. Howe explained that the event at which he
was Officiating was of the first order, but it was
only the initial chapter in the story. ‘Before
many months go by, this pipe line will have been
extended to the nearest tip of Lake Superior,” he
said, “a distance of nearly 1,200 miles. After that,
\lberta, rather than the United States, will be
je major source of supply for petroleum products

insumed in the province of Ontario. This pipe
ne is not only a new unit in the transportation

stem of Canada, but fits construction is a vivid

mbol of the spirit of enterprise that
wkground for our expanding economy.”

forms a

3ut Zor new discoveries of petroleum in the
icinity of Edmonton, the interprovincial pipe line
ould rot have been built, the Minister pointed

ut, and its construction was an indication of the

mfidence of the oil industry .in the abundant
*sources of Alberta. Engineering studies on the

ibject were undertaken in the latter part of 1948,
iciuding possible maximum through-puts, the
fect of varying temperatures on the viscosity of
rude, and the pressure drop per mile in pipe of
arious diameters.

Canadian Materiais

Largely Used

urposes. In exchange for this plate, the Steel
“Company of Canada agreed to release from its
Hamilton plant enough special pipe line steel plate
to allow Page-Hersey Tubes Limited to produce a
large portion of the required steel pipe. Custom-
ers who would, otherwise have used that special
plate agreed to the slight inconvenience, and were
orotected against any increase cost by the pipe
‘ine company.

“Page-Hersey Tubes Limited built a new roll-
ing mill at Welland, Ont., for making pipe up to
16 inches in diameter, representing an investment
of $5,000,000. About 178,000 tons of high-test steel
went into the construction of the pipe line. Con-
tractors on the two Canadian divisions have bet-
tered the work schedule of 150 days by more than
a week,” Mr, Howe continued. “Larger and longer
pipe lines have been built, but not in that limited
work schedule, The completion of the pipe line in
that period makes it the fastest major undertaking
of its kind; accomplished despite a national railway
strike, floods. in Manitoba
weather conditions”.

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and. difficult. spring

Pipe Line Will Hold 1,806,000 Barrels of Crude

Six storage tanks at the Edmonton pump station
will hold 140,000 barrels each, for an aggregate of
840,000 barrels, while twelve at Superior will hold
150,000 barrels each, for an aggregate of 1,800,000
barrels, and about 1,800,000 barrels of crude will

, be required to fill the pipe line between Edmonton

| and Superior, It will take about 25 days for a barrel

| cf oil to move from Edmonton to Superior, travel-

j ting at approximately two miles an hour. Land
agents negotiated with about 2,500 owners of land
to obtain written permission for construction of the
pipe line across their fields.

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Six pumping stations are still under construction
at Edmonton, Alta., Kerrobert and Regina, Sask.,
Cromer and Gretha, Man., and Clearbrook, Min-

| Nesota. These will pump crude oil through the
' system at a rate of 95,000 barrels daily out of Ed-
monton and 70,000 barrels daily east of Regina.
Deliveries to Superior in summer months will
amount to approximately 55,000 barrels, per day.

The two largest Canadian tankers on the Great
Lakes will start moving crude oil from Superior
to Sarnia, Ont., when navigation opens next spring.
Che M.V. Imperial Redwater and Imperial Leduc,
named for Alberta oilfields from which petroleum

| is being obtained are under construction at Port
, Arthur and Collingwood, Ont., respectively, and
| will be launched in October and November. Each
' tanker will be 620 feet long, 68 feet wide and will

panty 115,000 barrels of crude.

| “I wonder how many Canadians have an appre-
| ciation of the present rate of growth of our Can-
}adian economy,” Mr Howe said in conclusion

“Those attending this ceremony will have an ap-
preciation cf one gigantic project now nearing com

pletion. Others will understand the impact of the
great iron ore and titanium projects now being
developed in Northern Quebec. Others are aware
of the development of iron ore in Ontario. ‘Those
| visiting the West Coast will know about the new





pulp mills and other spectacular developments ii
that area. I wish that every Canadian citizen cculd
have my opportunities of travelling about Canada
and thus becoming familiar with the great devel-
| opments now under way. This is no country fo
pessimists. Those of us privileged to live in thi



gress just
are closed

great encourager

If we are to have so much edu-
the
are

cation, we must get after
schools and see that they

on certain healthy and comfortable.

e
To The Editor, The Advocate

SIR,—Your leading article “Bad
Manners”, is well-written and
should be well read.

mean

I am very thankful to read
vhat Mr. Blackburne, Antigua’s
Governor is a worthy product of
the Colonial Service, etc.

It is not only a blot, but a dis-
grace on the West Indies in gen-
eral.

falling off

and
local or
When this display of bad man-
ners, and conduct is encouraged,
it just drags the West Indies back-
ward. As Lord Nelson said, “The
West Indies is the place for hon-
our’, and those who disgrace it
will eveniually be found out.
Truth

oo at Shines!
through- RESENTFUL

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As Minister of Trade and Commerce, I was in-
erested in obtaining a maximum of materials for
he project of Canadian or British origin, as means
f helping with our dcute United States dollar
roblem of that day. To this end, the Interprovin-
ial Pipe Line Company gave its full co-operation.

am happy to say that the pipe line is built of
‘anadian materials and by Canadian workmanship
o the extent that procurement in Canada was
ound possible.

“The location of the required tonnage of steel
esulted in interesting examples of co-operation
imong steel manufacturers in different countries,
ind the customers who depend on them for steel.
sritish manufacturers agreed to ship 30,000 to
‘0,000 tons of plate to Canada, which was not
uitable for pipe rolling but satisfactory for other





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1950

BARBADOS ADVOCATE





Eyewitness Account Of |New PMQO’s Quarters Depend Heavy Rains
On Niblock’s Decision

Blackburne

CAPT. JACK
Advocate yesterday an
monsirations against the

Sunday.
plane on his way to Trin

Cycle, Car
Collide

With Police Umbrella



WIGLEY,
eyewitness



‘Welcome’

St.

’s
of Kitts gave
Governor of
idad.

. On
Mr.

Sunday Capt. Wigley sai

airport «in St. Kitts, by man:

Ccvernr Officials and s 1 \
vernment cials an _ More Baths,

cf the responsible element of thi
community
M Blackburne

Mir.
guard of honour

inspected
cf about 2

the airport,
| Gevernment

and was driven

HE POLICE UMBRELLA at| Mr Burroughes, in the Adminis
the corner cf Prince William} Gretna) SAK.
Henry and broad Streets, was}

knocked away yesterday morning, |

This happened after an accident
cecurred Between a bicycle owned
and ridden by Vernon Yarde of
Government Hill, with Vernon
Price of Hindsbury Road on the
bar, and motor car X—1252, owned
by Austin Gill of Seawell Airport.
As soon as the box was struck
the Constable on point duty jump-

ed away and was not injured.
traffic offences

Or THE TEN
recorded in the Police Re-

ports yesterday only one motorist
was charged with exceeding the
speed limit. Four others were
charged for not stopping at major
roads and one for driving without
reasonable care and attention.

Two were warned for parking
in restricted areas and another
two for not complying with traffic
signals.

HIEVES in the Fontabelie
area removed a car battery
from the motor car of Robert Har-
rison while the car was parked at!
M. L. Harrison’s Garage at Fonta-|
belle on Wednesday. |

HILE TIMOTHY REID of

; Green Hill, St. Michael, was
lying on a bed at the General Hos-
pital, a thief entered his home and
removed a trunk containing cloth-
ing.

Perhaps the weight of the trunk
was too much as it was later found
in a cane field at the rear of Reid’s
residence.

This occurred between 8.35 a.m.
and noon on Wednesday and was





reported by Hilda Worrell of
Green Hill.

N ACCIDENT occurred at

Upper Collymore Rock at

about 7 p.m. on Wednesday be-
tween motor car M—1368, owned
hy Stanley Sealy of Belmont Road
and driven by Cuthbert Downes
of Barbarees Hill, and a bicycle
cwned and ridden by Ashton God-
dard of Lower Bay Street.

Kerine Davis, a pedestrian, of
Sargeants Village, was also in-
volved in this accident. She was
treated by Dr. Skinner for injuries
and discharged.

Goddard was taken, to the Gen-

eral Hospital, suffering from in-}
juries, and detained. :
OYS AND GIRLS from the

Government Industrial School
were brought to the City yesterday
to see the film “Hamlet” which
has now been running at the
Globe Theatre for 14 days.

These were not the only chil-
dren to see the film. Others came
from all over the island and the}
theatre was packed.

Nearly a dozen lorries, which
brought the children to the City,
were lined up along Roebuck
Street until the show was over.

FTHE MOBILE CINEMA will

give their final performance
for the week at 8 o’clock tonight
at Lancaster Plantation yard
This show is for the benefit of}
residents of the Lancaster area of,
St. James.

HE USUAL fortnightly Friday
night Police. Band Concert
et the Hastings Rocks will take}

place at 8 o’clock tonight,
The programme is as follows:

MARCH MEDLEY—Steps of Glory
—Winter
OVERTURE — Zampa Herold
FANTASIA—Classical Memories
-—Ew wigs
VIENNESE VALSE—The Emperor
Strauss
SELECTION—The Country Girl 4
—Monckton
CELEBRE—Meditation (Ave Maria)
By request.... Gounod-Bach
SCOTTISH PATROL—Wee

MacGregor



—Amers
MUSICAL PLAY—The New Moon .
—Romberg
DANCE MEDLEY—On with the dance}
Selected
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FIREMEN GO
TO E. AFRICA

Four firemen and_ trimmers
left the island yesterday evening
by the Harrison liner “Moon-
crest” bound for the U.K.

They wil) join another Har-
rison ship the U.K. which
is expected make a trip to
East Africa.

The men were selected locally

in
to

The “Mooncrest” loaded here
a cargo of molasses, rum and
tamarinds for the U.K.

BOUND OVER

DAVID WAITHE of Hamiett’s
Land, Hindsbury Road, was yes-
terday bound over to keep the
peace for three months in the sum
of £1, by City Police Magistrate
Mr. H. A. Talma for black-guard-
ing on School Gap, Hindsbury
Road. The offence was committed
on August 12.



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fion, K, W. BLACKBURNF

Some five thousand people
thronged the streets of Basseterre,
which lies one mile from the air-
port. In command was Mr.
Bradshaw, first elected member of
the St. Kitts Legislative Council
and President of the St. Kitts
Trades and Labour Union; deter-
mined to see

the
account of the de-
the Leewards on
Capt. Wigley was passing through Barbados by

Blackburne was met at the










members of the Defence Force at
to:
House accompanied
| by the Administrator of St. Kitts

that his orders forjin a Court of Error case which

dj ously decided to do.





y
yesterday.
woud cost $15,480.

Mr.



‘| Latrines —

| over

Considered |

“Glendale”
after the sale.

— k pa medical officer remaining at When the “Advocate” visited
# hot eens a eae Glendale” until the building|the school yesterday, most o
yesterday considered the grection | a completed: joi ” Sai Satie nn toes
of a Communal Latrine at tha aan ia ae solicitors, how-| ¢duipment were removed to the

Reef Grounds and after some
discussion, decided to get in touch
with the Acting Director of Med-
ical Services in connection with
the matter.

The Board considered the
Chief Sanitary Inspector’s Report
ue oe of bath sites at
Pritton’s il! and Hothersal! draw ‘ i ‘
Turnimg and decided to start, halt. rg to eee wa
negotiations immediately with Legislature, The petition woud
reference te the site recommended be requesting permission er

at Britton’s Hill ili i
. i utilize the funds derived trom@th.
pica —. ee Mr. | sale of “Glendale” house ‘and jana
et ann, iy helde th Papa to purchase 12,000 square feet o/
Raseuare eeiadente e em land at Edchill Plantation, and
ROT te te ca ; and the erect a building there to be tse:
+d, post of sub Sani- | as new parochial medical officer's
ve Inspector. | residence
Picci Cre ec ars ne The Vestry had decided to sel!
aticat of thea Seana ae at | Glendale” und build the new
Wilfred Catwer > o Y. | quarters. To carry forward these
as Messenger in! plans they had been seeking io

successi iah | ;
whe oy ws John Massiah | make a contract with a building

livered
ment or rent would ‘be charged.

Petition
If Mr. Niblock holds to the old
agreements,

then authorise their solici ors to



Ae , contractor, buy their solici ors
ae ay "Ee ‘aie Mop. |since informed them that they \
(Chairman), Mr. Cc: B Layne. eould not make contracts except}
Hon’ble. V. C. Gale M Lc ’| for turning in water and light in;

Mr. B.A. Weatherhead, Mr. any parochial building and for

| Victor Goddard, Mr. Victor Chase | Penefit to poor relief.

and Mr. T. H. H. Wilkinson. The Vestry would, therefore

have to present a petition to the
Legislature to get permission to
use the money after the sale of
“Glendale” house and land.



Appeal Withdrawn

Reginald Eastmond, appellant

The Vestry clerk said that tne

‘welcoming’ Mr. Blackburne were|was to have oscupied the atten—| SOlicitors had informed him. that

put into effect.

However, owing |tion of His Honour the Chief . there was an Act which ¢ ved
to the great speed with which the]Sir Allan Fas gine Bb i apie aes

Collymore, yesterday,|the Vestry to sell “Glendaie” but

Administrator’s car was driven,| withdrew his appeal, and was|it did not say what could be

of tin
whistles

cans, the blowing of

had passed through streets lined
with Police. This so displeased
the rabble that Bradshaw took to
the road at the head of throngs
who earlier had maintained
some sort of order and discipline
now a rabble, swarmed up the half
mile of road to
House.

Jeering Outside Government
House

Bradshaw stopped at "the gates} magistrates to the Court of Error
of Government House, organised } after the Assistant’ Court of Ap-

a bout of booing and jeering which
could be heard all over the town.
He mounted the wall of the ceme-
tery
House and harangued the mob,
now disappointed that the rumour-
ed threat to stop the car with the
Governor had not materialised.
This accomplished tne crowds
dispersed until later that evening
when Bradshaw and others made
speeches at Warner Park, praising
the behaviour of the crowd, and
thanking his band of leaders for
their part in the day’s perform-
ance,

and the beating of drums
occurred long after the Governor eo

:}follow that advice.
Government hi

which adjoins Government{¢om, the Court of Appeal sitting

Southwell the Vice Presi-| ter’s, St. John, was fined £3 by

the ‘welcome’ fell flat, The rattle}caNed “wise” by the Chief Judge | done with the money.

The case was one of perjury,
respondent was

The clerk also told the Vestry
Alonza|that after he heard the decision
of Mr, Niblock's solicitors, he

Both men appeared without} went around to Mr. Niblock who
Counsel, but Eastmond told the] assured him that the paying of
Chief Judge that his lawyer had] rent was the idea.
advised him to withdraw the ap— Before the Vestry came to its
peal, and that he was going to|decision as to Mr. Niblock ani
the changing of the contract, Mr.
The Chief Judge told Eastmond|S, A. Walcott suggested that the
e thought he was wise to with-|new medical officer’s residence
draw the appeal. If he looked at} should be begun with the money
Section 67—68 of the Court of}jn hand, “Glendale” should
Appeal Act, said the Chief Judge.|jhen be sold at a subsequent
he would find that appeals from} period to finish the residence and
that would prevent any chance
of much rent being paid,

Mr, Sanditord said that
throughout the negotiations with
Mr. Niblock, it had always been
made abundantly clear that he
would allow them to keep “Glen-
dale’ until March 31. Mr
Niblock knew so well that the
Vestry’s funds were limited that
he had even made an additionai
offer to assist them in carrying

° nl
Fined £3 For
through their scheme. If Mr.
Niblock suddenly decided that he

Drivin
Dangerous 8 wanted immediate possession cl!

GORDON HAMPDEN of C#y- |the building, be (Mr. Sanditord)
is }did not see how they could con-

peal had tried them, could only
come on points of law.
Appea's to the Court of Error

in Original Jurisdiction, on the
other hand, could come on points
of law or fact.



dent of the Union was made aJ| Worship Mr. G. B. Griffith, Acting }tinue with their scheme.

Brigadier whilst France the Gen-} Police Magistrate of District “C”

eral Secretary was made a Lieu-
tenant.

While the so-called ‘welcome’ | J—g0 in a manner dangerous tc
for the Governor was a flop from ]|the public along Massiah Sireet,
the point_of the responsible ele-{ st, John, on September 11.

ment of St. Kitts, the conduct of

the Defence Force and the Police} esuit in two months’ imprison-

left much to be desired.

The Defence Force, some fifty
strong ordered on parade, could
muster but 27. It is understood
from the O.C. Defence Force that
no fewer than eleven members
could give no excuse at all, and
that could not possibly be accept-
ed. Of these absentees, some were

to be seen mixed up with the}|by the S.S.

‘welcome’ crowd.
As for the police, what orders
they had we do not know, but

take any action whatsoever.
Spat At Car

In full view of several police,
lining the road, a man, naked
from his waist up, his chest and
face made hideous with white
paint was allowed to dance in the
middle of the route, spitting at
one car and its occupants at least,
who were procéeding on their law-
ful business.

Another man was parading with
a placard on his back bearing the

scription, ‘“Blackburne is a dirty

It is understood that no ar-
rests were made. ;

Mr. Blackburne held a_ press
conference on Monday 9th, in
which he thanked St, Kitts for the
reception at the Airfield. He had
expected the ‘welcome’ in’ Basse-
terre. Two things, he said were
noticeable about the crowds.
Firstly their good humour and
secondly how orderly they were.

What was to be feared however
was the future, when the crowds
might get out of hand. He stated
that he sympathised with West
Indians who wished their own
Governors, but this was not the
way to go about it. Finally, Mr.
Blackburne said that for 20 years
he had worked with others to ex-
tinguish themselves, that the colo-
nies would take over their own
affairs.

Booed At Infirmary

On Tuesday, the Governor vis-
ited with the Administrator the
Infirmary. News got around, and
by tha time the Governor was
ready to go, a sizeable crowd had
assembled and proceeded to boo.
The Governor was clearly not
amused by this incident, nor later.



it] New Orleans 2,000 bundles of
seems apparent that they were|staves and 400 bundles of barrel
forbidden to make arrests and! heading.



Mr, Mahon reminded the vestry
that Mr. Niblock had not given
them any written understanding
that he had changed his agree -
ments.

The vestry then entrusted its
clerk to get a written under-
standing with Mr. Niblock.

Almshouse Fees

Mr, Reeves enquired of the
‘Vestry what became of the
money which some people who
went into the parochial almshouse
paid? He knew it went in the
hands of the parochial treasurer,
but he wanted to know what be-
came of it afterwards.

Mr. Sandiford asked whether
the parochial treasurer would
have to tell the vestry at each
meeting what he had received
or if he should do so when they
got the auditor’s account.

last Wednesday after he was
convicted of driving the motor car

Failure to pay vhe fine will

ment.



Cornmeal Comes

Some 1,846 sacks of finely
ground, yellow cornmeal arrived
in the island from New Orleans
“Libreville” yester-
day.

The ship also brought from

From Jamaica arrived supplies

of cheese, Congo peas, confec- The question was not further
tionery, tomato juice, canned) Gicoussed.
whole tomatoes, cocoa powder

Dispensary Wanted
Mr. Collins told the Vestry
that the parish should have a
dispensary. He said it had been
drawn to his attention more
forcibly when he had read ‘hat
St. James’ Vestry had voted that

and cosmetics.
The “Libreville” is expected to
leave port to day for Caripito.



What’s On Today

one should be built for that
. _m. parish.
peat, ot finginary a6 11: Mr. Walcott said that a dis-
pensary was needed in the parish
Mobile Cinema, Lancaster hut it would have to be got

Plantation Yord, St. James

a loan, therwise the,
at 7.30 p.m through a loan of wi y

would put a heavy burden on the
taxpayers. The dispensery he
said, could be built next year

Mr. Thorne said that the ves-
try had already been considering
the building of a dispensary, but
it had put off its plans because
of the Maude Report.

Mr. Collins recommended that
a committee should be formed to
review the assessments made on

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Yolice Band Concert,
Hastings Rocks at 8 p.m,



Bystanders booed him and wher
a passer-by remonstrated with
the crowd, he became the objec:
of further abuse.

On Tuesday, the Governor left
for Anguilla on the M.V. ‘Caribbee’,
to inspect the hurricane damage
there. As he was leaving the jetty,
he was once again subjected to
‘welcome’ treatment. Mr. Black-
burne, is expected back in St.
Kitts from Anguilla to-day and
will return to Antigua on Sunday.
Booing and other forms of hooli-
ganism for the simple minded are
now becoming daily occurrences,
As yet there is no malice in it
but the effect on the minds o
schoolchildren, cannot be judged
to-day, they can be seen coming
home from school, booing all re





Your’




IF MR. H. B. NIBLOCK, intended purchaser of “Glen-
dale,” the present St. Thomas Medical Officer’s quarters,
does not stick to the terms of the previous agreements for
the buying of “Glendale,” the St. Thomas Vestry will not
build a new medical officer’s quarters as they had previ-

Pal
This was agreed upon by the! Boys’
{ St. Thomas Vestry at their meeting |

The new residence
Niblock had inferred to
the Vestry that he would not take
immediately
That would have
allowed sufficient time for the
building of the new quarters, the

the Vestry clerk that
“Glendale” would have to, be de-
immediately after pay-

the Vestry would

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Shopping list

Rain Diseomforts
Wesley Hall Boys



The juniors of the Wesley Hall
not snug in
ther classrooms yesterday when
the rain was falling. The roof
leaked very much and prevented
them from settling dowh to their

School were
















work.

to share classrooms with

modated in the workshop,

workshop and the familiar hum
which comes from voices of a
junior school was missing.

The walls of the rooms looked
sodden, The floor was wet ana
showing mrrks of feet that were
not free trom sand. In - some
parts of the school, the ceiling
was broken and the wood work
had rotted,

The juniors of this school may
ne. have to endure such discom-
fort much longer. The House of
Assembly on Tuesday passed a
resolution for $15,000 for effect-
ing repairs to the school.

790 On Roll

The Wesley Hall Boys’ Schoo!
hes a roll call of 790 boys, 260
of whom are seniors, and 17
aesis‘ont teachers, There are 14
senior classes and 3 juniar
clesses.

At midday yesterday the ban;

the bel) meant “lunch time. *
The boys took prayers and were
then off. Some hustled through
the gate opening on to King
Street and went to their homes
others remained at the school te
buy their lunch from the travs
of some five vendors who tock
shelter under the Junior School's
shed.

The wet ground did not pre-
vent the boys from having their
fun. They ran_ races, played
cricket and other games,

£2 Or 1 Month
For Bodily Harm

A FINE of £2 was imposed yes-
terday on Neville Forde of St
Lawrence, Christ Church, for in-
flicting bodily harm on Hilda
Miller of Dover Land, Christ
Church on May 21.

The fine is to be paid within 14
days or Forde will undergo one
month’s imprisonment with hard
labour. The case was heard be-
fore City Police Magistrate Mr,
H, A. Talma.

Motorists Fined

TWO fines were imposed in
District “A” Courts yesterday on
motorists who were caught in
speed traps.

Winston Moore of Taitts Gap,
Brittons Hill, was fined £2 with
2/- costs by Mr. C, L. Walwyn,

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City Police ee for ex-
ceeding the speed limit on Colly-
more Rock on April 28. The
speed limit for that road is 20
m.p.h., while Moore was driving
the motor lorry M.1007 at 29
m.p.h. The fine is to be paid

within 14 days with the alterna-
tive of one month's hard labour.
Moore's licence is to be endorsed.

The other fine was 20/- with
an alternative of 14 days’ impris- |
onment with hard labour imposed
by Mr. E, A, McLeod on John
Williams of Foster Hall, St. Joseph.
Williams drove the motor car O. 28
along Constitution Road at 28
m.p.h, when the speed limit for
that road is 20 m.p.h. The offence
was committed on July 7.

FINED FOR DANGEROUS
DRIVING —

MR. E. A. MeLEOD, City
Police Magistrate, fined Noel
Webster of Moncrieffe, St. John
25/- with an alvernative of on
month’s imprisonment with hara
labour when he was fouiw' guilvy
of driving the motor car J-—-72 ©
September 4, along Belle Gully
in a manner dangerous to the
public.

Bodily Harm Cost £8

A FINE of £8 payable in four
equal monthly insvalments Wos
imposed on Arthur Nicholls of
Brathwa‘ts Bottom, St, Philip, bs
His Worship Mr. G. B. Griffith
Acting Police Magiscrate of Dis-
trict “C” last Wednesday to:
inflicting bodily harm
Alphonso Beckles of Society, S!
John.

Date of the offence was June 2
this year,

Some of the boys were forced

; : the
seniors while others were accom-

on |

Fell
Yesterday

BUT NO DAMAGE

_ Heavy rain fell ail over
island on Wednesday night bu
fortunately no damage was causec









the residents in the flood areas hac
some very anxious moments, the)
told the Advocate yesterday.

There were light showers ye
terday morning and black clous
about the sky. As the day wor
on these clouds disappeared ar
the rain stopped, but it was some -
what chilly as the sun did not
make its appearance.

Pedestrians and cyclists were
determined not to be caught un-
awares in the event of a down-
pour and = raincoats, parasol:
galoshes and the like, comprise
the equipment they took with then
along the street

Broad Street, always busy, wi
affected by the gloomy weathe
and the stores had few buyer
Tt was half day for the attendant
at the stores in the other Cit: |
Streets and activity in them wa
Imost negligible

Roads Dirty

Wednesday night's rein ieft a
large amount of slush in the
coadways of the slum areas, A!
‘he Nelson and Suttle Street dis
wicts, discarded fruit, skins an,
nuts of paper mixed with mud
eft in the gutters, made the road
ery slippery,

A fruit vendor of Jessamy Lanc
old the “Advocate” yesterday
hat during the night her house
vegan to leak. She shifted he:
ew pieces of furniture from one
orner to another but it later
vegan to leak at this spot

She was of the opinion that the
etter part of the rainy season
iad passed away and for this
reason she did not have the roof
of her home repaired. Many of
the fruit which she had in her
drawing room were soaked but
he said that this, did not cause
ier much worry as the water
vould not spoil them.

A woman of the Hall's
rea said that as soon as
uw the thick dirk clouds yester
ay evening she became worried,
Although they were no reports of
a hurricane or bad weather sh
feared that it might rain consist |

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J

Road
she

ently. This, she said, would
.ause the water to rise to a great
height and flood her small house

Poultry Safe

Water was
but did not
she awoke

house
When
morning her
fowls and ducks were all safe
iithough a few covers to the
owl houses were washed away.
When the “Advocate” represen-
tative visited the Gully House
district a house was flat on the
ground and furniture exposed to
he sun. A woman promptly said
she was only removing and the
vind was not responsible for her
vouse being flat,
The rainfall returns, up to 6
v'elock yesterday morning,
recorded by the Police show that
the Station Hill district of St
Viichael experienced the heaviest
rainfall Three inches and 59 |
parts fell in this district. |
Other returns were: City one }
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inch, 68 parts, St. George 2 inches
32 parts, St, Philip 90 parts, St
Thomas 2 inches, 18 parts, St. |
Peter 2 inches, 4 parts, St. Joseph
2 inches, 82 parts, St. James 22 |
parts, St. John 1 inch, 57 parts |
St, Lucy 3 inches and St. Andrew
| inch, 34 parts. \

Salaries Fixed —

WHEN the Sanitary Commis- |
sioners of St. Michael were di
ussing the appointment of Inspec- |
‘ors at their meeting yesterday, |
Mr. E. V. Goddard said that he
would like it to be known to the
veneral public that the Commis- |
sioners had fixed the salarles of
inspectors with the local certificate
to begin at £150 a year and those
with the R.S.1. at £200.

He said that that was done be-
sause they wanted to attract a
better type of person, not only in-
iellectually, but from the point of
view of character.

He said that if they must have
a good parochial service general-
ly, they must get good material
rom the bottom so that when pro- |
notion came along, they would
xe able to have the best at the
op.





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taxpayers by the assessors. He
said that taxpayers were dis
satisfied with the methods of
taxation,

Mr. Collins also + enquired
whether the Chairman of the

Highways on the vestry had not
received a petition about two
years ago, signed by 27 persons,
who complained about the con-
ditions of the Mess Hill Road
and asked that the petition be
forwarded to the Government?
The roads were not repaired.







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GEORGETOWN,
A slight outbreak of chicken - |

pox among Amerindians working
with the Aerial Survey of British
Guiana's hinterland now in pro-
; 4ress has interrupted work,

Six men of the Arawak tribe
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12.10, 50—7n.
We have in stock ‘Selto” Dental

Salts which ensures sound Teeth and
healthy gums. Price 47c bot.



























—_—$—$—

2% G. GALVANIZED CORRUGATED
SHEETS — Prime quality 7 ft. $3.21 —
8 ft $3.60 — 9 ft. $4.08 per sheet. Ob-
tainable from HARRISON’S HARDWARE
Store, Broad St. 11.10,.50—4n.

PUBLIC NOTICES

See eS
THE ASSOCIATED BOARD OF THE
ROYAL SCHOOL OF MUSIC
NOTICE

The board begs to notify the teachers
that the Written Exam takes place on Sat-
urday November 4th at the Ursuline Con-
vent at 10 o'clock. Forms and fees must
be in by the end of October.

A. INNISS,
Ayshford, St. Thomas
13.10, 50—in.



SPANISH TUITION

PERSONS desirous of acquiring &
good foundation in Spanish or of reach-
ing standards up to the Matriculation
can interview Mr. BE. Mc. D. Ward at
the Modern High School any evening
between 3.30 p.m. and 6 p.m. Only a
small number is manageable for success.

11.10.50—2n



NOTICE

THE Tea-Room and Library of the
Women's Self Help Association will be
opening on Monday 16th October, Con
signors of cakes and preserves
asked to send in their goods on the
morning of the 16th. 10,10. 50—6n.

NOTICE
“The COTTAGE GIFT SHOP — Are
havin) CHRISTMAS 0
Friday, “isth ‘October next from 1"

1
-m. 6.30 p.m. Crackers, Xmas tree
Sesratians, vcnildren’s annuals,) and
toys. Also a very good selection of at-
tractive and useful gifts.

= — Exhibiti

lications for 4 Vestry ons.

2 for Girls at St. Michael's Girls’ School,

and 2 for Boys at the Boys’ Foundation

School, will be received by me not
later than 20th October.

Parents of applicants must be parish-

joners in straightened circumstances

Ages of applicants between 11 and 12

ee W. U. GOODING,
Parochial Treasurer,

St. Philip.

11.10.50—6n

snd accede ea: issih antpaeatleatieertlintm lente
NO CREDIT NOTICE

NEITHER the Captain nor the Agents
will be responsible for any debt 9r
cebts incurred by any member or mem-~-
bers of the crew of the British ship
M.V. Mary Sweenay now in port

J. W. COOPER (Capt)
K. R: HUNTE & CO. Litd., Agents
13.10.50—3n.



LOSI & FOUND

LOST
SWEEPSTAKE TICKET Series N
4736 Finder please return same to
Vernon Wilfred Callender, Neil's Ten-
ant. St. George 13.10.50—iIn



\

including Refrigerator, Telephone, Radio
Gernge. Dial 3578 or 2490.
¥ 13.10.50—23n





OFFICIAL NOTICE

PARBADOS.
IN THE ASSISTANT COURT
OF APPEAL
(Equitable Jurisdiction)
RICHARD STANLEY NICHOLLS

(Plaintiff)
LOUISE GRIFFITH (Defendant)
IN pursuance of an Order in this

Court in the above action made on the
iith day of September, 1950, I give
notice to all persons having any estate,

, for £3,500.

BRANKER, TROTMAN & CO. .
Auctioneers.

10.10 .50—2n |

REAL ESTATE |
|



-—
IN Plymouth, MONTSERRAT, B.W.)
COCONUT HILL HOTEL

containing

| drawing room, dining room, 11 bec-
rooms, 4 bathrooms, kitchen, pantry
servants’ quarters and garage. Full

right or interést in or any lien or in-
cumbrance aflecting ali that certain |
piece or parcel of land situate at

Worthing View in the parsih of Christ
Church end island aforesaid containing
by adm€asurement twenty-two perches
anc fifteen-hundreths of a perch or
thereabouts abutting and bound on lands
of Florence Rice on lands of (h@ estate
of D. Griffith (deceased) on lands of
Louise Dawe
D. Bynoe
Marie

(deceased) on lands of Mrs.
Layne and on a read over which
there is a right of way to the public
road called Worthing View Road or
however else the same may abut and
bound together with the chattel dwel-
iinghouse and all and singular other the
buildings and erections on the

parcel of lund erected and built standing | trees;

and being with the appurtenances

bring before me an account of their said | mont Road.
oe

claims with their witnesses, documents
and vouchers, to be examined by me
on any Tuesday, or Friday between the
hours of 12 (noon) and 3 o'clock in
the afternoon, at the Office of the Clerk
of the Assistant Court of Appeal at the
Court House, Bridgetown, before
22nd day of November, 1950,
that such claims may be ranked accord~-
ing to the nature and priority thereof
respectively; otherwise such persons will
be precluded from the benefits of the

on lands of the Cstate of;

1!

|

furnished, and with linen, china, cutie
eic. Situated in own grounds of 2 ac

For further particulars apply Ff
Hollender, Montserrat.





aul
10.10. 50—4n

KENMORE — Strathclyde, a Bungalow
standing on 9,704 sq. feet of land, con-
taining verandah, Drawing and Dining
rooms, 4 Bedrooms and ail modern con-
veniences including garage Lawn and
spacious yard surrounded by well kept
hedges Inspection by phoning 27s
Cc. N. Taylor 12.10.50—4n

LAND A spot of Land in King»
Village, St. Michael. Approx, 3,000 Sq
Ft. Apply to Mrs. A Olton, Vesper
Cot, Whitepark Road.



11.10.50—3n





MODERN ATTRACTIVE FREEHOLD

BUNGALOW—Modern attractive Free
held Bungalow 4,836 sq. ft. Jand. 2 Bed
rooms, Large Drawing-room, Kitchenette
Gas laid on for cooking. Bath, Shower

said. & water basin. Lovely Garden, Fruit-
large space for Poultry. Price

to | £1400. Apply “Somerset”, Upper Bel-
22.9.50—12n



269 Pre
Searles Co-Operative Factory Ltd.

125 Barbados Fire.

The above will be set up for sale to
public competition on Friday, the 13th
instant, at 2 p.m., at our Office in Lucas

CARRINGTON & SEALY,
6.10.50.—5n.
The undersigned will set up for sale
at their Office, No. 17 High Street,

the | Street.

said Decree, and be deprived of ali! Bridgetown, on Friday the 13th day of

claiia on or against the said property. | October, at 2

Cliimants are also notified that they

must attend the said Court on Wednes-|ing on_ 1,373

day, the 22nd day of November, 1950,
at 10 o'clock a.m. when their said
claims will be ranked.
Given under my hand this 11th day of
September 1950.
I. V. GILKEs,

Clerk of the Assistant
Court of Appeal.
13,9.50—3n,

Ag.

OFFICIAL SALE

BARBADOS.
IN THE ASSISTANT COURT
OF APPEAL
(Equitable Jurisdiction) .
RICHARD STANLEY NICHOLLS
(Plaintiff) .

LOUISE GRIFFITH (Defendant).

|
|

p.m.

The Messuage or Dwellinghouse stand-

juare feet of land at
treet, above the Mora-

vian Chapel.

Inspection on application to Mr
Branch, at the Joiner’s Shop opposite,
any day except Sunday.

For further particulars and conditions
of sale apply to:—

COTTLE CATFORD & CO.
5.10,50.—8n.

Upper Roebuck



OFFICIAL NOTICE

BARBADOS.
IN THE ASSISTANT COURT OF
APPEAL

( table Jurisdiction) .

VALDEMAR LAVINGTON Mac re
aint

AMEY AMELIA ST. CLAIR ALLEYNE
Defendant

NOTICE is hereby given that by virtue |day of October 1950, I give notice tr

Appeal dated the 11th day of September,

1950 there will be set up for sale to the | affecting All that certain piece or par-
highest bidder at the Office of the Clerk | cel of land situate at Archers Lane 1
of the Assistant Court of Appeal at the |the said parish of Saint Peter and 1%

Court House, Bridgetown, between the

land aforesaid containing by admeasure-

hours of 12 (moon) and 2 o'clock in the] prent twent rehes the same, more
afternoon on wuday pe twenty fourth | or less butting. and erusatig on’ lands

day ot November, 1 all that certain w
piece or parcel” of land situate at On ute be ere et aay 1anGy Re

Weathing View in the parish of Christ

Church and island aforesaid containing 7 poop Pal Bac is,
by admeasurement twenty-two perches| same may butt and bound.
and fifteen-hundreths of a perch OF| before me an account of their said
thereabouts abutting and bounding on!|cjaims with their witnesses, documents
lands of Florence Rice on lands of the | and vouchers, to be examined by me on
estate of C. Griffith (deceased) on lands|any Tuesday, or Friday between tne
of Louisa Dawe on lands of the estat} hours of 12 (noon) and 3 o'clock in the
of B. Bynoe (deceased) on lands of | afternoon, at the Office of the Clerk of
Mrs. Marie Layne and on a road over|the Assistant Court of Appeal at
which there is a right of way to the | Court House, Bridgetown, before
public road called Worthing View Road | 20th day of December 1950, int order
that such claims may be ranked

Archers
Archers
else the
To bring

on
on

the
the

ac

or however else the same may abut
and priority

and bound together with the chattel | cording to the nature
dwellinghouse and all and singular other | thereof respectively; otherwise

persons will be precluded from
the buildings and erections on the said benefit of the said Decree,
prived of all claim on or

such
the
and be de-

parcel of land erected and built standing the

against

and being the appurtenances, and if not
then sold the said property will be set

up for sale on every succeeding Friday | must attend the said Court on W

IN pursuance of an Order in this Court

in the above action made on the lth

of an Order of the Assistant Court of] all persons having any estate, right or
interest in or any lien or incumbrance

said property.
Claimants are also notified that they
ednes-

between the same hours until the same} cay the 20th day of December 1960, at

is sold for a sum not less than £208.6.8
Dated this 11th day of September, 1950.
I. V. GILKEs,
Ag. Clerk of the Assistant
Court of Appeal.
13.9.50—3n





OFFICIAL NOTICE

BARBADOS.
IN THE ASSISTANT COURT
OF APPEAL
(Equitable Jurisdiction) .
RUPERT KENRICK WELCH—Plaintiff.
ST. RYBON WELCH—Defendant.

10 o’clock a.m. when their said claims
will be ranked.
Given under my hand this lith day
of October 1950.
I. V. GILKESs,

, Ag. Clerk of the Assistant Court of
Appeal.

OFFICIAL SALE
BARBADOS
IN THE ASSISTANT COURT OF

APPEAL
(Equitable Jurisdiction) .
VALDEMAR LAVINGTON ogg re ry
laintiff.

NOTICE is hereby given that by virtue| AMEY AMELIA ST. CLAIR ALLEYNE

of an Order of the Assistant Court of
Appeal dated the 11th day of September,

Defendant
NOTICE is hereby given that by vir-

1950 there will be set up for sale to the} tue of an Order of the Assistant Court
highest bidder at the Office of the Clerk} of Appeal dated the lith day of Octo-

of the Assistant Court of Appeal at the
Court House, Bridgetown, between the
hours of 12 (noon) and 2 o'clock in the
afternoon on Friday, the twenty fourth
day of November, 1950 all that certain
piece or parcel of land situate in

parish of Saint Peter and island of Bar-
bados, abovesaid tontaining by estima~-
tion three thousand seven hundred square
feet or thereabouts butting and bounding
on lands now or late of Mrs. Sarah
Connell and Mrs. Anna Pinkerton and on
the Public Road called “Dragons Alley"
or however else the same may butt and
bound together with the Messuage or
dwellinghouse thereon, and if not then



ber 1950 there will be set up for sale
to the highest bidder at the Office of
the Clerk of the Assistant Court of
Appeal at the Court House, Bridgetown,
between the hours of 12 (noon) and 2
o'clock in the afternoon on Friday, the
22nd day of December 1950.

All that certain piece or parcel
land situate at Archers Lane in the
said parish of Saint Peter and island
aforesaid containing by admeasurement
twenty perches be the same more oF
less butting and bounding on lands now
or late of one Archer on lands new or
late of one Forde on other lands new

at

sold the said property will be set up for | 0f late of one Forde and on Archers
sale on every suc ng Friday between | Lane aforesaid or however else the same
the same hours until the same is sold| â„¢ay butt and bound. And if not then
for a sum not less than £458, 6s, 8d. sold the said property will be set up
Dated this 11th day of Beptenapat, 1950, | for sale on every succeeding Friday be-
Lv. @ p tween the same hours until the same

Ag. Clerk of the

is sold for a sum not less than £41. 13
Assistant Court of Appeal. 4.
Dated this 11th day of October 1950.
I. V. GILKEs,
Ag. Clerk of the Assistant Court of

Appeal
13.10, 50—an

Be Wise...
Advertise

13.9,50—3n.

OFFICIAL SALE

BARBADOS.
IN THE ASSISTANT COURT
OF APPEAL

(Fquitable Jurisdiction) .
RUPERT KENRICK WELCH—Plaintiff.

ST. RYBON WELCH—Defendant.

IN pursuance of an Order in this
Court in the above action made on the
lith day of Septemicr, 1950, I give
notice to all persons h-oving any estate,
right or interest in or any lien or in-
cumbrance affecting all that certain
piece or parcel of land situate in the
parish of Saint Peter and island of Bar- ‘
bados, abovesaid containing by estima- The undermentioned pro.
tion three thousand seven hi square | Office, Public Buildings, Bi
feet or thereabouts butting and bounding | and on the date specified below. Uf not
on lands now or late of Mrs, Sarah Con- | succeeding Friday at the same place and
nell and Mrs. Anna Pinkerton and on | particulars on application to me.
the Public Road called “ Alley”
or however else the same may butt and
bound together with the or
dwellinghouse thereon, to bring lore
me an account of their said claims with
their witnesses, documents and youchers,| PROPERTIES:











HOLMAN EUG!
one of their constituted

(1) ALL THAT certain p

Court of Appeal at the Court House,
Bridgetown, before the twenty second
day of November, 1950, in order that
such claims may be ranked according to
the nature and priority thereof respec-
tively; otherwise such persons will be
precluded from the benefit of the said
Decree, and be deprived of all claim on

or however else the sa
the dwellinghouse
the buildings and erect

Upset Price: £1,337. 10. 0
and (2) ALL THAT certain



ies will be set up for
igetown between 12 (noon) and 2 p.m

to be examined by me on Tuesday, Road in the City of Brid
or Friday between the hours of 12 (noon) by admeasurement twent
and 3 o'clock in the afternoon, at the or thereabouts Abutting
Office of the Clerk of the Assistant Knight, St. Mary’s Girls’

there:

A baby hippopotamus has ended

a 4,000-mile flight at London

Airport. It was caught in Sierra! first baby hippopotamus to fly to







Petition
He in his private capacity had
presented the Board of Health



jat Edinburgh Zoo for 19-year
Maggie. Freight charges for the





old

hippopotamus.
; Boac squirmed about in the air
hostess’s arms, after the landing:

<4,























GARDBER

OGNE”



AUSTIN &

Sailing

SOUTHBOUND Sails Salts Satis Arrives Sails
Montreal Halifax Bosten Garbados Barbaéos
ANADIAN CHALLENGER 7 Sept Sept 14 Oct 0 O
ADY TODNEY det 16 Oct 18 Oct 27 Oct. 28 Oct
ANADIAN i 2 Oct 27 Oct 7 Nov. 7 Nov.
ADY NELSON 1 Nov 4 Nov 6 Nov 18 Nov 16 Nov.
. iineberasione ee
NORTHBOUND Arrives Ralls Arrives Arrives Arrives Arrives
Barbados Barbados Boston Halifax Montreal 8t. John
LAD ELSON & Nov ii Nev © Nov. 14 Oct
LADY RODNEY 2k a Aen Dee 16 Dee
NLM --Mubtect to change without notice dtted wtth cod torare chan
hee Pe arus Fores sunt freiet + on sppiieation to :-

CO., LTD. — Agents.









French Line

to TRINIDAD on the 15th,

September, 1950
FARE $25.00 B.W.1, Cy.

SCOGNE



Sailing

to Martinique, Guadaloupe

PLYMOUTH and LE HAVRE on

the 21st September,

1950.

For further particulars, apply to:—





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and found it conyenent to
the milk from them.
Everyone knew there was a

buy

Edwards, Rupert Edwards, Caspar Inniss
Lidia Roodal, Thela Gonzalez and Jerry
Bergain

For ST. KITTS;

Strong, Practical and Colourful Little TOBRALCO *

R. M. JONES & CO. LTD.—Agents.





















Leopne; was tlown in a plane| Britain were £20, 7s, 6d. was wet with sweat. “That hap- % aw ome
that carried 35 passengers; is to| pens to all hippos out of the The Barbados Mutual . SUPERB! a
E gers; j to a : . %
be named Boac. | Fully grown, a pigmy nine Wate coe ce expert . " Life Assurance Society % a aieliniek jpoties
weighs only four cwts., comparec ir diet: ilk, greenstuffs, rice. ms perenne
Boac, a pigmy, will be a mata with the five tons of the ordinary ! London Express Setvice. LOST POLICY x ed sl ‘wnen =
$$ — — CUTHBERT ALLAN & He WW GAS COOKRES
Mitre ; Y PROVERBS having made } Sis: kon “oud: Hoh
AMENDMENT TO meee ty §
No. : 1 on the life of & FOR THE HOME THAT PREFERS Xi
CT SOUGHT RALDH, STANLEY On A eg eee teres =
| * ERBS has been lost, ‘and 4 eee
In Carlisle Bay ; at icati >
1aving made application to &
; ! >| = SSS
| ata al sires tl the Directors to grant a
. } on : , | Se ch )., Se invar S., : ¥
The Sanitary Commissioners of] ficult to understand what they | ad. uaoena Gordon Beh. ‘Cytii duplicate of the same. ¥ ,
St. Michael yesterday decided to} meant. As he saw it, within this| #. Smith, Sch. Zita Wonita, Sch: Enter- NOTICE is hereby given &
write a letter to the General|same area, one could keep a herd | Fr) ooP erences, We, Smith. Aen: that unless any objection is $
Board of Health asking that alof oxen, bulls, a single cow or | leen, Sch, Everdene, M.V. Blue Star raised within one month of ¥
Committee from that body in-|two or a stud farm for that matter | Sch. Franklyn D. R., M.v. Lady Jov}% the date hereof the dupli- %& GOODS! (Articulos)
cluding the Director of Medical|as Jong as he did not sell milk and Seh ore Soa & cate Policy asked for will be 8 CUROIS, JEWELLERY,
Services meet a committee} He personally felt that the law! s.s pabbevthe Ee hi ead cans | OR ee % SILKS, (Se Habla Espanol)
from the Commissioners. ol]as it stood, which would allow] Hassel, from New Orleans s By Order, x
Health to visit the existing | every one in the area to keep two| .â„¢ Vv. , Mary Sweenvy, 34 tons nett * C.K BRO WE x TH ANTS
dairies in the city area and see if}cows as long as they did| “Ys, Soperihe"s gay tons net, Capt. | % Sete Mia % .
some amendment could not be|not sell milk, and prohibited | Reletier, from Curacao, ; m are s Pr. Wm, Hry. St. DIAL 3466
ade specifyi £ rer ich | ¢ . 7 i “i ; Schooner Molly N. Jones, 37 tons nett. | h4.6.6,0.6.4.656466005099$060% a a ®
made specifying PS area a ee a person from keeping six or Cant” Giuden, trom, Dominios B69 99 6999S U9 SOG OCS
dairies could be kept within the/eight cows though he might| ~~ DEPARTURES. cxvnpieraanidjeenstosanenmuend ectarennniiasnnignnirn
extended city This was the result of a motion The whole questi t + int Capt poding, for St. Lucta He ‘
made by Mr. Victor Goddard,} wa: sanitating rand Pia wa Baie oe etiedae papi aber i y I E . *
eaconcia by Mr. B, A. Weather-, nape into very carefully. ee oonerest. 3,007 tons net, Capt. | |) Yor I ardware of every Description
head. r. B. A. “Weatherhead said | **s#ne, rh { '
Mr. E. D. Mottley, Chairman} that Mr. Hill at Holborn, Fonta- Ts
of the Commissioners of Health| belle had a fine dairy there with ecawell I ‘
who brought the question up said} about 16 acres of land and_ he |
that it was officially drawn to] wanted to know if he must close | eats | THE CENTRAL EMPORIUM 4
his attention by the Board of|it down. On the other hand he| ARRIVALS —Py gis | ‘ENT 7
. lp 2 : EN i
Health that the extended period | said that a man cou'd get in some} ~ a ere + Betty Holford, Pete | shea Baers ea ace ae rhe aot
of one year which had been} little village outs’de of town and] Vollmer, Prientze Van Baalen, Cursuet, | , reets,
granted dairy keepers, expired on} have a dairy in the most insani- | Be Nobriga, W/Comm, ee Sruase Sa ae
October 1950, He reminded | tary place and although the man Siete uations, Sikes At ort-Warner. |) ne ara eae ~ -
members that section 14 (1) of) could carry it onJlegally, he could | Joan Huggins, Charles Bell, Ben Laugh> ih
the 1948 Dairy Regulations made} not see any sense in that. | Up, Barents muslin Fudora Haynes, { ee Seite ee ¥ 3
, snere . pe y Stella alker, ‘a e te, ’ a j 7} i .
by ae Sees, See Saree. | Hardship to Owners | Rucks, Betty Rucks, Vivian Crowe and) i ANNOUNCING More Arrivals.
nder _ ries t, 1 Oe |i me emanated Cae James Crowe {| 7
hibited the keeping of dairies), Phi regulations he said. were | DEPARTURES—By B.W.1.A.1 | at
within the extended city limits|2%n8 'o work a hardship, not | For TRINIDAD: i :
only on the dairy owners, but ¢ Jack Procope, Wilbezt Jones, H (
after October 5, 1949. . j a tee oN | Robinson, irginia ‘obinson, {
the people who lived in. villages} Rawards, Kenneth Edwards, \ e
(
1

with a_ petition from the dairy
keepers effected, praying for a
repeal of the Regulation. This was
turned down, but the. Board of
Health had agreed to slliow the

time to be extended for a further |

year which time expired on Oc-
tober 5 this year.

He knew that the Commission-
ers were all in sympathy with the
plight of the dairy keepers. but
they had a duty to perform. As
it stood now he on behalf of the

Commissioners of Health could
issue no licences to those dairy

owners. He, nevertheless, had in
structed the Chief Sanitary In-
spector not to prosecute until the
Board could deal with the matter.
That did not mean that no one
else could prosecute.

He hoped, not only in the inter-
est of the dairy keepers, but in
the interest of those people whé
lived in their vicinity and had no
other means of securing their
milk in small portions that some
solution could be arrived at.

He pointed out that a dairy
within the extended city limits
on a sufficient area/sof land and

well kept was less of a nuisance
than a dairy outside the city lim-
its on a small area of land and not
well kept.

Members should bear in mind
that the city limits are not con-
fined to the city proper but go as
far as Bank Hall, Chelsea Road
Carrington Village and Lower
Westbury Road,

Mr. E. V. Goddard said he
thought the matter a very im-
portant one because when one

read the Regulations it was dif-

CHANCERY SALE



ation
guns
eh
uit

at the Registr
for the
then sold, they will be set up on
during the same hours until sold.

sale

CHARLES HOLMAN WILLIAMS, SYDNEY JOHN ALBRRT WILLIAMS AND
ENE WILLIAMS, all acting herein by Dave Arrinde}| Bantie'd

Attorneys — Plaintiffs

V5.
ERNEST DEIGHTON MOTTLEY — Defendant

jece or parece! of iand situate in Baxters
getown and Island of Barbados containing
y-five hundred and eighty-six square feet
and bounding on lands of one Millicent
School on lands of one Cummins or

Mason Hall Street on lands of Keren Hewitt and on Baxters Road

me may abut and bound Together with
n erected and all and singular other
yns_on the said parcel of land erected



and built standing and beind with the appurtenances;

f piece or parcel of land situate at Cheap-|
side in the City of Bridgetown and Island of Barbados containing | years in the first instance, subject to his passing a medical examina-
tion, and will be required to contribute towards the Provident Fund

or against the said property. by admeasurement nineteen hundred and ninety-four square feet
Claimanta are also notified that they or thereabouts Abutting and bounding on lands now or late of

must attend the said Court on Wednesday, J. E. Mason Louis Bert on lands of the Parochial Building on lands

the twenty second day of November, 1950, now or late of F. N. Hall and on the public road called Cheat

|
|
at 10 o'clock a.m. when their said Claims | side Road or however et
will be ranked. |
Given under my hand this llth day vg

|

|

September, 1950.
I. V.. GILKEs,

Ag. Clerk of the
Assistant Court of Appeal

other the buildings
erected and builit
Upset Price: £2,025. 0. 0
Date of Sale: 27th October, 1950
| Registration Office
} 6th October, 1950

anc
standir

13.9.50—3n.

e the same may abut and bound Together

with the messuage or dwellinghouse thereon and all and singular

—_
|

4 erections on the said parcel o
i” and being with the appurtenances

H. H. WILLIAMS
Registrar-in-Chancery

shoriage of milk in this country
and he did not think people should
be asked to shut down their dairies
and go out of business.

; Hon'ble V.C, Gale, said that
dairy keepers in the parish were
notified as far back as 1933 that
jafter a certain date, they would
| not be allowed to keep the r dairies
jin the city. They had been given
{ample time—10 years to comply
with the law and if they chose to
flout it he did not see where they
had anything to complain about.
He was in sympathy with them
las much as aryone else but felt
that in as much as some people
had already moved out of the cits
they could not be any differentia
| ‘tion. They had a duty to perform
jand could do nothing about the
matter unless the law was amend-
ed. wl Hh

GOVERNME







u
Lolita
Anthony {
),
{
}

} Winston Warren, Marjorie Warren ana
| Andrea Warre:
For IQUE
Lilian Beanfrand
For ANTIGUA:
| Edwin Catey
For LA GUATRA
William Manearren, Arascia Mancar
| ven, Dorothy Byron, Alan Jackson, Mar
‘tina Jackson, Tineke Jackson, Bien
| Schupp, Bertoldo Sshupp, Richard We
| ren, Marcelle Warren. Miss Warren, Erich
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MAIL NOTICES

Mails for Trinidad by the 8.5. Goifite
will be closed at the General Post Officr
a8 under:-

Parcel Mail at 4 p.m. on the 13th 6!
October, Registered Mail at 6.50 a.m
end Ordinary Mail at 9.00 a.m, on thé

14th of Ovtuber, 1950

Mails for St. Lucia by the MV, Lady
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| Pacrel, Registered and Ordinary Mall
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NT NOTICE

DRESSES of Intriguing Designs for Small GIRLS”
Between the Ages of 1 and 7—from $3.50 to $5.50 each
LADIES “T” SHIRTS—assorted colours at $1.27 each
BOYS’ POLO SHIRTS, White, Blue and Yellow at

Also

NEW TYPE OF ZIP

The Colour in the Meta® is impregnated and can-
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with the Garment when it is sent to the Laundry.
These Zips can be had in Any Length from 5 inches to

30 inches in Any Colour

Now, Please note where these useful items

VACANT POST

First Mate, Trinidad Government Coastal Steamers,
Port Services Department

APPLICATIONS are invited for the post of Ist Mate, Trinidad
Government Coastal Steamer Service, Port Services Department.

Candidates must be in possession of a Certificate of Competency
as Home Trade Master Mariner issued by the Government of Trini-
dad or by the Marine Board of Jamaica, or a certificate of equal or
superior value issued by a competent authority in the United King-
dom or in any British Dominion or Colony.

The salary of the post is in the scale of $1,920—120—$2,400 per
annum. A commuted overtime allowance of $25 per mensem is pay-
rble. A messing allowance of $1.20 per diem is also payable in lieu
ef food,

Shore quarters are not provided but in the case of officers recruit-
ed overseas an allowance equal to difference between 10 per cent of |
salary and rent paid, is payable to an officer who rents unfurnished
quarters and an allowance equal to difference between 10 per cent
of salary and 5 per cent of the annual value of furniture supplied in
Government furnished quarters, is payable to an officer who rents
‘urnished quarters. Allowances ir both cases are subject to a maxi-
mum of $50 per mensem for a married officer whose family is not

esiding with him and $20 per mensem for a single officer.

Free second class passages will be provided on first appointment
for the officer and his family not exceeding five persons in all, Sub-
ject to review at any time and not as a permanefit right of the officer,
free passage on leave after a minimum tour, not exceeding the cost
of normal sea passages to the place of recruitrnent will be provided
for the officer, his wife and children subject to a maximum of three
adult fares.

The successful candidate will be appointed on probation for two



Applications giving full particulars of qualifications and experi- |
ence, together with certificates and testimonials should be addressed |
to the Honourable the Colonial Secretary, Trinidad, to reach him not}
later than 22nd October, 1950.
12th October, 1950.



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PAGE EIGHT

BARBADOS ADVOCATE



M.C.C.—Australian
Tour Opens Today

Tests To Be Broadcast

AUSTRALIANS — and
here at home — are, after

, of course, cricket enthusiasts

all, to hear broadcasts of the

fortheoming Test matehes between Australia and England.
This is the cheering news given by Australian Postmaster-

General H. C. Anthony.

Water Pola
K.O. Enters
First Round

_ The first round games of the
K.O. Competition were played
yesterday afternoon at the Bar-
bados Aquatic Club. Swordfish
won their fixture against Barra
eudas two goals to love, Geoffrey
Foster in the Swordfish forward
line scored both goals.

In the other match between
Flying Fish and Snappers, at the
end of time there was no score,
and according to the rules extra
time was played. In the first
half of the extra time Snappers
sent in one goal scored by
Kenneth Ince. About quarter
way through the second half the
referee blew the game off due
to poor light. At a meeting to
be held at the Barbados Aquatic
Club this afternoon at 5 o'clock,
it will be decided whether the
game will have to be replayed.

New Rules

At this meeting the new rules
of Water Polo will be read, as
these new rules will be used
when the Trinidad team arrives
here next month. It is hoped
that all members of the Barbados
Water Polo Association and _ its
referees will

turn up for this

meeting.
The matches were as follow:—
Swordfish 2— das 0

This was a keenly fought game
frem start to finish, and not once
did Barracudas stop irying to
open their score. Swordfish hau
to fight hard before Geoffrey
Foster finally got through the
first half.

Barracudas came back in the
second half and pressed several
attacks home, Nestor Portillo hit
the bar twice, Charles Evelyn too,
but the Swordfish defence broke
up all attacks, It was about
mid-way in the second half that
Geoffrey Foster sent in the
second goal, which was weil
placed out of the reach of goal-
keeper Perez, Thus Barracudas
have been “knocked out” in this
competition, It was hard luck
for a game team. Next year if
they maintain their present form
they should do much better,

Snappers 1—Flying Fish 0

Snappers had their stnonges.
seyen in the water but were
given a hard time by ever)
member of the Flying Fish team,
who without Denis Atkinson
and Harold Weatherhead were
somewhat weakened,

Snappers pressed their oppo-
nents throughout the most part of
the game, but they just could not
score. Flying Fish had
share of luck when Delbert Ban-
nister and Kenneth Ince in the
Snapper forward line sent in sev-
eral shots way over the Flying
Fish goal bar,

+ tn Wer a-_ wa
Extra Time :

In the Knock Out competition,
should two teams draw at the
end of time, they play two extra
three minute periods with one
minute rest. Such was the case
in this game. For at the end of
time neither team had scored.

It was during the first extra
period that Snappers got in
their lone goal with ‘a fine shot
by Kenneth Ince. However,
during the second extra period,
bad light and rough play forced
the referee to stop the game and
it will be deeided this afternoon,
whether the match is to be re-
played.

Besides the bad light there was
some confusion as to whether the
second period was to be played.

their .

The first match of the MCC tour
ef Australia takes place today—a
two-day fixture.

The first test match will begin
at Brisbane on December 1.

Government action has ended
the deadlock which arose between
broadcasting interests and _ the
New South Wales Cricket Asso-
ciation, The association have
reduced their demand for £800
for broadcasting the Sydney Tesi
to £720; and of this amount the
commercial stations will pay £400
and the Australian Broadcasting
Commission the rest.

The point is, of course, that the
NSW arrangement is to be the
basis for broadcasting from the
other States where Tests are
played.

—L.E.S.

3 Leave For
Chess Games

IN GEORGETOWN

Leaving for British Guiana yes-
terday afternoon by B-.W.LA.
were; Mr. C, B. Gilkes, Mr. H.
Walton and Mr. K. Grannum
who will represent Barbados in
the forthcoming Intercolonial
Chess Tournament to be held in
Georgetown. The tournament is
expected to last for three weeks.

This tournament is held every
two years, In 1948 it was held in
Barbados, and in 1946 in Trinidad.
These intercolonial tournaments
have been going on since 1938
but the war stopped them for
about eight years.

At ‘Seawell to see the team off
was Mr, St. Clair Hunte, Secretary
and Treasurer of the Barbados
Chess Club and President of the
B.G, and W.I. Chess Federation.

All three members of the team
hoped that Mr. Hunte will be able
to join them in B.G. later, but, at
present this is extremely doubtful.
Leading the Barbados team is Mr.
Gilkes, who won the local cham-
pionship this year.

No Taste!
They Can't
Help It

By JOHN POMFRET

Hight or nine thousand little
taste-buds lie in the mouth,
mostly towards the tip of the the
human tongue.

Some people can undoubtedly
taste more than others, Four
people out of every ten, for in-
stance, are unable to tasie one
remarkable chemical at all,

It is called thirourea, Dr. Fox,
of the du Pont company in the
U.S., accidentally released some
in a dusi cloud in his laboratory.

Some of his colleagues com-
plained that it left a bitter taste
in their mouths. Others couldn’:
taste anything.

Thiourea was tried out exten-
sively here. It tasved bitter to
six out of ten people, but not to
the other four.

Chimpanzee Test

Three scientists, including Dr
Julian Huxley, vested it on 27
chimpanzees and féund that the
proportion of non-tasters was
approximately the same.

The faculty of tasting is
heredivary and there are only
four basic tastes: Acidity, salt-
ness, sweetness, and bitterness,

They are all detected by the
papilla, or tasve-buds, which are
little flattened projections, thickly
clustered together at vhe tip of
the tongue. In ill-health they





This will all be discussed thisgS0metimes look like the points of

afternoon.
The ms were,
Swordfish: .A. Weatherhead,

(Capt); H. Jones, G. Jordan, M.
Fitzgerald, M. Jordan, N. Portillo,
G. Foster.

Barracudas: H. Perez, B. Brooks,
(Capt); E. Johnson, C. Evelyn,
H. Portillo, B. Armstrong, P.
Fletcher.

Snappers; A. Taylor, G. Mac-
Lean, (Capt.), D. Bannister, C.






























a sirawberry. :
Many animals haye more than
we have. A Hereford bull, fo
instance, has some 30.000.
Sweetness, in general, is de-
tected at the tip of the tongue:

bitterness at the sides and back.

Gulps of Beer
Thus wine-tasters sip
vintages with lip movements,
while beer-drinkers gulp to get
the full effect as the beer goes

thei:








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OLD --WINNIE”
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excitement when Mr. Winston Churchill’s

CANYON KID, ridden by T.
Gosling, won the Speedy Stakes first race at Windsor this year. Picture
shows Mr. Churchill chatting with his jockey in the paddock before the

race. Yesterday Mr. Churchill saw his COLONIST II win at New Market.

—Express.

Television Makes
Men Televidiots |

More Alcohol Being Drunk

LONDON,
SPORT — in America at least—is leading to a step-
ping-up of the consumption of aleohol. And it’s all due
to TV
As I reported recently from-
New York, a brewery bought the
sole TV and radio rights to the
Ezzard Charles—Joe Louis scrap
for £50,000.
But thats chicken feed to the
money they’re alleged to have
passed over the counter for the



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PETER WILSON }
tells how TV, by buying-up
the rights of big sporting
events, has invaded the pubs
of America and turned ordin-
ary viewers into what he calls |





baseball World Series, at Phila- televidiots.
delphia between the New York
Yankees and the Philadelphia age to get a brimming beaker in|

Phillies.

your hand the next thing you
For this “cup final” of Ameri-

know is that it’s all over your

ca’s national game, which ean last trousers, because some maniac
anything between four and seyen whose team has blown a fuse has
davs. the unbelievable sum of pounded your spine nearly

£285,000 has been subscribed.

Television of sport in your own
home is fun for nearly everyone
I y min- e

= = BA Mi Me or ment it would seem to be illegal
other disability, can’t attend their '© put television sets into “the
favourite pastimes. local” in England—and long may
But when it invades the pubs— 1! —— ge Ea
as it most certainly has in New or a pub was meant to be a
York—the ordinary viewer be- Place to go to have a quiet “re-
comes a televidiot fresher”—not a place where just
=P ; as you’re taking a rich, nourish
ing draught the announcer bawls:
“Now he’s using his right well”

through your breastbone.
Keep It Like This

As the law stands at the mo-

Barside Seats

First of all, when a big event
is being screened, you have to be
a regular patron to get a “barside
seat ”

In the old days you needed to

in some embarrassment because
you think he’s talking about you,
and you know you don’t photo—
graph well with suds on your

: '
be a friend of someone “in the moustache! 7 =?
know” to get a ticket for a big
eyent, Nowadays you have to The next time an American

drink yourself into something ap-
proaching TV D.T.s before you
can park your carcase on a stool!

tells you cricket is slow give him
this piece of information. Recent—
ly a man took a stop—watch to one

near the bar. of the big American baseball
; ; _. games.
If you're just a casual customer The game lasted more than

with a thirst you'll find yourself

3, the ball was in
backed into a corner calling weak- sees heute. Ane te

play for precisely 11 minutes!
*

ly for a beer while oe ae
, nO! try to sart ou e
tere Pree (or footballers ot No one regretted the passing of
tennis players) on the centre Joe Louis more than I. But wae
screen was a tragic exit in the classica
; 4 sense wili become a sordid farze
The bartender doesn’t give “ jf the old black lion trivs to tan

hoot, anyway, because he’s had sie with Ezzard Charles again as
his bet on the event already, and is reported from America,
he’s far more concerned with get He can’t make the money

for
ting the TV set working to his nis taxes from such a fight

satisfaction than he is in the dul And, to be brutal, he can't
job of pouring you a drink. make the grade any more, Don't
If by some chance you do man do it, Joe. pe

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mint or curry. |
We have learned to associate |
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He Makes It A
Habit To Hole
Out In One

T0-DAY'S NEWS FLAS

Plastic Drinking Glasses for
School Children
Boxing Gloves $15.00



























—Set of 4
(From FREDERICK COOK). House Construction Sets
NEW YORK. a a
oe a basis of sixteen years at
o ole-in-one tournaments run NER)
by a New York newspaper, it is JUMNSON'S STATIO! a

calculated that a golfer’s ehances And HARDWARE
of holing his tee shot are not
better than one in 11,720. Ye
82-year-old James East, of San
Diego, California, has done it 120
times. And he has never taken a
8olf lesson in his life,

T asked Mr. East how he did it.
He laughed and said: “Every
one of them was regist !

practice shots. When was the last

lime I did it? August 18 and



|| Seturday, October 14, 1950

AN ENTERTAINMENT

Under the distinguished
patronage of His Excel-

August 17.” a“ eee i
‘ ey Says every hole-in-one will be held at the
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on San Diego's piteh-and—putt
courses, on hales ranging Seen
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“Some time a the British
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me and said he didn’t believe I
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Presidio pitch-and-putt course
and showed him..”

F e¢ Sherman, professional at
Presidio, offered to bet him 500
fies that I'd beat him over
that course. I put in my own
penny-worth and offered him a
stroke a hole. But he wouldn’t
take the bet.

East, locally known as Jigger
Jim from the aneient niblick he
loves best is bespectacled white-
haired, but still in prime condi-
ticn, He has played golf for
45 years.

“I play somewhere almos
every day of my life. Have
done for many years. My long
drive isn’t what it used to be. I
smack ‘em about 175 yards off
the tee now, rarely more.”

“I take a short swing back,
with a full follow-through. I can’t
see the ball now any more than
75 yards. If I have to make a
second shot on the green I use
a 60-year-old putter.”

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from 5.00 p..m. to 7.00 p.m.

In aid of the Girls’
Friendly Society

PROGRAMME

“THE SUN
GOES DOWN”

by
ELEANOR FITZGERALD
with



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LAMBERT, June KNIGHT, Iler-
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sohn BURT, Ann RAISON,
Michael LYNCH.

Presented by the Junior Barba-
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Piano Interlude.

FILMS

“OPEN HOUSE”

The Story of the G.F.S.
and



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—L.E.S,

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OCT. 14th
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