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Tuesday.

October
19350



BATTLE FOR PYON

Gurion’s

17

Govt. In

Israel Resigns
New Elections Proposed

TEL-AVIV, Oct. 16.

DAVID BEN GURICN, whose Government
resigned last night, to-day proposed that Is:a

should have new general

elections with a caretaker

Cabinet holding office meanw iile.

Only four hours after the resignation a state of emergen

was proclaimed throughout

the three services were called to the colours.



“y
the ccuntry and reserves for
It was stated

that the Government crisis had coincided with the secret
date fixed for the beginning of the Autumn exercises to

test the services’ efficiency.

Givilians
Must Leave
Langson |

SAIGON, Indochina. Oct. 16

The French High Command in
Indo-China has ordered a civilian
evacuation of Langson the main
French stronghold son the frontier
with Communist China, it was
officially announced here today.

Earlier French troops had aban-
doned Nacham 15 miles northwest
of Langson and about 6 miles from
the Chinese border.

Unconfirmed reports said that
Communist led Vietminh insur-
gents were massing for what might
be a new attack after their heavy
blows in the border area earlier
this month.

In the face of strong Vietminh
attacks the French -have evacu-
ated chain fortresses and pillboxes
on the 160 mile stretch of frontier
from Caobang to Dongdang about
10 miles northwest of Langson,



Langson is
frontier
mountain pass from Kwangsi, Pro-

France’s =|
vinee in China, A railway :

fortréss guarding the

road run through it-to Hanoi.

An official French spokesman
said that up to yesterday morn~
ing between 3 and 8 o’clock Viet-
namese and Chinese civilians loy-
al to the French had been evacu-~
ated from Langson by air and
road. ;

The evacuation was for security
reasons and to relieve the Langson
garrison of the task of providing
fcr them.

An army spokesman announced
that there was ‘no further news
of the two smal! companies of
French rearguards which fought a |
delaying action along the border |
road during the evacuation ol
Thatkhe.

_Reuter.



‘Peace Runners
Set Out

PRAGUE, Oct, 16. |
The “Peace Runners” from
Bulgaria, Poland, and Finland
lave left or are about to leave
on relay races through Most oi
the countries of Europe so Shef-j
field, England where the second}
world Peare Congress is due to |
open on November 13,

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29 |
|

Runners from Bulgaria on
October 9 started on the first
relay througn Rumania, Hungary,
Austria, Swiizerland anc France

They will be joined in France
ty runners from Poland througn
Czechoslovakia, Germany, Hol-
land, and Bcigium.

The third relay race will begn
in Finland wiiere two groups will
set off, one through Sweden aiic'
the other through Norway bo
meet again in Esbjerg, Denmark
and go on together to Britain.

The races are organised by th.
World Federation of Democratic
Youth as part of the campaign
for the Shetfield Congress.

—Reuter.



Obse:vers here said iv-day tha:
Wie. er te the outcome of the
Cabine: crisis, Israel's policy to-
ward tne Arab States wus unlike-
ly to be changed. The fall of the
coalition Cabinet was economic in
orsgin and is believed to have been
caused by the refusal of the re-
ligious bloc to accept the Pre-
muer’s plan broadening the

coalition,

lor

President Chaim Weizmann im- |

mediately asked Ben Gurion to

; form a new Cabinet.

Economic Policy

Obrervers here saidéthat the
Government’s critics claimed that
the Cabinet's internal economic
policy had strengthened. workers’
co-operatives at the expense of
private enterprise.

Observers said that the religious
bloc represented anti-Socialisi ele-
ments who are opposed to Ben
Gurion’s economic policies.

Ben Gurion was expected to tell

Parliament to-day why his 19-
menth-old coalition Government
had resigned, and to seek a vote
of ¢ ience to carry on with 4
minority Government until elec-
tions con be held.

His ‘moderate Labour Party

which eoatrols about one-third of
the seats in Parliament was re+
ported to have decided early tod
day that new elections should be
held |} >‘ore the end of the year.
Ben Gurion was expected
present Parliament with a plan for
a “little coalition” without the
religious bloc. }
Ben Gurion resigned after thr&
religious bloc members in his out-
g binet told him they
wing from ‘the Gov
ment because they did not like

ji
PINCH ME!
LONDON
London’s News of the

World reported this Moscow
conversation:
“What was the nationality
of Adam and Eve?
“Russian, of course. They
had no clothes, nothing to
eat but an apple, and lived
| in Paradise.” —LNS.
t
I
f

he recent Cabinet change pro-
posed in the
inancial plight.

Knesse' reconvenes here on
Monday after a two-month recess,
If Knesset sefusts to accept the
new Government under Ben
Gurion, new elections may be
called. The present Cabinet,
convinues on a caretaker basis

The task of facing the Premier
i; not an easy one,

The trio held the posts of Min-
isters of Religion for Social Wel.
fare and Ituterior. They opposed
Ben Gurion’s recent proposal to
appoint Jack Gering a non-Party
member ans financial expert, os
Commerce Minister to help out
with an industrial crisis.

The bloc contended thot the
post should be filled by « Conser-
vative, one oj its number

(Reuter & C.P.)

face of Israel’s





’
“JOHN BISHOP" LEAVES
SOUTHAMPTON, England, Oct. '6
The British survey ship “John
Bishop” (12,000 tons) left today
for a nine months tour of the
Antarctic. She will put ashore
reliefs at British bases and carry
out ocean surveys. —Reuter.











|
|

i
.

YESTERDAY, a small B.W.1LA.
The picture taken by the

part of the new ir the far background.

Prices Rise
On Exchange

LONDON, Oct. 16
Speculative interest in Cam-
buhy coffee produced further rise
increases today. In active trad-
ing the pricé surged forward by
a further three shillings and closed
around the best,

Brazilian warrants
small improvement,

Recent speculative buyers of
Mexican Eagle units were dis-
“appointed by a capital repayment
of four Mexican pesos per share.
Their holdings were unloaded at
the opening today and the price
promptly slumped one shilling.

recorded a

There was a small recovery in
later dealings.
Turnover in other sections of

the London Stock Exchange was





restricted by the approach of

OLD A



plane used the new unfinished runway
“Advocate” cameraman shows where



) NEW Mire

Aduncate

-

at Sohwell for the first time.
the new runway meets the old, ar





98% of E. Germans
Voted On Sunday

BERLIN, October

16.

ALMOST 98 per cent of East Germany’s 14,000,000 electors

voted in yesterday’s Soviet Zone general elections,

accord-

ing to East German news reports here today

- ° compere carrer oan














Only
single list of candidates of the
Communist led National Front,
they added.

Rast Berlin newspapers publish-
ea provisional voting figures issued

by the central election Control
Office for the five zonal states
Though all reports from the
Soviet Zone said ballot papers
contained no provision for ano’
vote, East German News Agency

A.D.N. gave details this, morning

“a minority” opposed the |

YANG DRAWS NEA

|U.N. Troops Advance

id the arrow shows the unfinished

Truman Will
Broadeast

HONOLULU, Oc 16

President Truman left here by
| air today for San _ Francisco
; where he will broadeast tomor-
; row after his meeting with
| General Douglas MacArthur on
‘Wake Island,
No important foreign po'icy
\from Truman-MacArthur meet-
jing as it is believed here that the

;changes are expected to este}

\President’s. main object was to|®S in the past has been steadily

j tie together loose strings in the
United States Far Eastern Policy.

By winning General Mac-
Arthur’s support — as he appears
to have done President Truman
/will eut the ground from under
he feet of many critics in Con-
cress, who drew inspiration from









of opposition votes in several bi lac Arthur's little disguicet
| towns, oppositi several aspects of
q > acc as f sing 1 * ypposiiion to several aspects ¢
end of the account, last day being Phat unt Geral ‘Akveden. st re policy in the Orient
tomorrow Tuesday. Price changes ie Ihterior reported that by 0 ‘reumen” seemed. thoroughly |
were small but generally to higher lam. today 12,088,745 1 A peas | ; He ee
levels. “Gold shares however. re- er ee waiver ee ar jrelawed last night e made a
corded small losses in an idle jvotes and 35,544 opposition votes!|‘our of Oathu Island and had «4
market. Coppers showed steadi- jhad been counted in the Soviet)swim at Kailua Beach on the
ness despite a cut in Northern Rho ae General Election north side of the island befo .
lesia’s ¢ er output. Reuter. ae East German News Agency)dining with his ¢ stants ary
desia’s copper outp A.D.N. gave the figure joress correspondents at the Navy
Total electorate 12,331,005 | Officers Club
iC ° ! Votes east, 12,139,932 or 98.44] Th President was taking off
UNESCO Sanction , per cent \for San Francisco at 6.30 GMT,
Valid votes 12,124,289 today
° P | salid ¢ | Reuter
ro osal Invalid 15,643. —Reu
Australian P | Votes for the National Frent | ae emecenaelens
LAKE SUCCESS, Oct. 16 | candidates: 12,088,745
The United Nations Economic | Opposition votes 35,544. Israel Expelled
and Social Council to-day ap- On ballot papers was a single} ij
proved the Australian proposa! list of the candidates of the Com- |! Palestine Arabs
for a seven nation bet eh munist led National Front, /
committee “to examine all avail- The unopposed triumph of the
able material probably needed in Communist leq National Front Egypt Charges
Korea for relief rehabilitation, made secure politically Russie: LAKE SUCCBSS, Oct. 16
: 7 bastion in the centre of Europe The Security Council to-day met
The Soviet amendment ck ase that only war or internal Russian var “f y and Israeli com-
the Committee consult Represen- y to hear Arab and Is c
tatives of North and South Korea revolt might conceivably destroy. plaints about alleged violations of
on rehabilitation—was defeated by . - It was engineered by the most the Palestine armistice agreement,
a vote of 14 to 3 with one ab-| ay gpAWELL yesterday this fantastic German voting since Warren Austin, United States was
stention. Pagoda-like umbrella provided Hiver: claimed 100 per cent. en- jn the chair, Immediately after
The Soviet Delegate Amazask ~ |dorsement for his Nazi Reichstag the adoption of the agenda repre-
shade for its lucky owner. $ ;
Arutiunian suggested that repre- in 1936. sentatives of Israeli and Jordan

sentatives of Southern and; North-
ern Korea be appointed to mem-
bership of the temporary com-
mittee but withdrew his proposal
when procedural objections to it
were raised. He said he was pre-
pared “to go halfway” to meet
this proposition by the commit-
tee
—Reuter.



THE GOVERNOR AT LESSONS

HIS EXCELLENCY looks at the work of on; of
Boys

the pupils in
St. George yesterday



the

Infant School at St. Augustir



Rates On Canadian
$ Will Fluctuate

LONDON, Oct. 16.

In the tirst free Foreign Ex-
change dealings in London since
the outbreak of the war the Cana-
dian dollar opened on Monday at
$2.95% to $2.95%4 in relation to
the pound sterling.

This compared with a range of
$2.95 to $2.97 which the Bank of
Ergland had previously been fix-
ing.

It was announced on Friday that
from Monday the Bank of Eng-
land will stop fixing rates for the
Canadian dollar. Instead the rate
will fluctuate in accordance with
the supply and demand in a free
market between authorized banks.

—Can. Press









Reuter
ARTIE'S POSTSCRIPT
FROM LONDON



“ft merely asked whic: ig
the starboard side oo)
qasometer |”



Government Approve Oil

THE Governor - in - Executive
Committee has approved under the
terms of the Prospecting Licens«
issued to the Barbados Gulf Oi!
Company Ltd. the followin:
\Prospecting Programme of the
| Company:—~

“A general geological review
of the Island is now being
carried out by our New York
staff based upon such informa-

| tion as can be obtained from

| literature and other source

| while, at the same time, a

geologic reconnaissance is also

in the process of being carried
out in Barbados proper

It is next planned to perform
|} a gravimeter st rvey during
| latter months of
} in 1951 This

the
1950 or ear!

survey de



inom

the distribu



field, several months will be re
quired to calculate and analyse
the data obtained therefrom. It
goped that this analysis will
indicate areas wherein a_ seis-
mograph survey should be pe

formed, and the plans call for
eurrying out thi eismograph
irvey in 1951

The seismograph urvey

designed to indicate by
of the relative }
energy movement through ths
sediments, areas tructurall
favourable for the accumulatiorz
of oil It is planned to carry
out this survey by the two
known methods of seismograph





veloc °o

investigation, reflectior ind re

fraction. Agair followin

field rvey v ever:

rnontk vill be neede to pe

fe invol mat
nece

invited to take seats at the

|Council table during deliberation

lof the Falestine issue

| The first complaint was

Egypt charge that Israel was |
matical) expelling Palestinian }

Arabs

were

the



several



and violating pro-
ivisions of the Israeli-Egyptian
| Armistice Agreement Mahmoud

|Fawzil Bey of Egypt alleged that
israel nad so far forcibly removed

jover 6,000 Arabs from Palestine
who had been accepted by the
\igyptian Government after they

had
tier

Aubrey Eban of Israel denied
il) Egyptain charges and said that
{Israel had neither violated any
|arfhistice provision nor carried on
'an organised campaign to expel
\Arabs from Palestine. The Coun-
ci) epijourned until Friday.

been driven to Egypt’s fron-







—Reuter.

! erms
ing on of the gravimeter and
eismograph surveys, out-
lined above, mineralogical, li-
thologica', and micropale< ‘oin-
gical stud will con inue ‘2
be carried ott on collected



mples, Based on the resuits
of thig seismograph survey, it
s hoped tuat a structure favor-
able for oil accumulation will
be determined so that a well
I be dril's as proposed
cl ci he Prospectin«
Lice late in 1951 or



depending
availability of

upon
vechnicall

| Long Range

RN icepealiilisieinaen scien







ined personnel and material
that A
ea ot the present con
t lifficuly to be pre {
xact date ‘|
ate |
phase of |

n be accom










—-—

On 100-Mile Front

By JULIAN BATES
TOKYO, Oct. 16.

SouTH KOREAN forces were within 34 miles of

the Communist capital Pyongyang tonight,
front line reports said. This nearest point was on
the southeast. Other troops were 45 miles east of
the city.
The Communist Radio in Pyongyang admitted that
the United Nations forces were “pressing towards

North Korea’s central defence area’’.
” P ” Ze South Korean troops formed the
nerthern sector of an offensive of
a 100 miles are gathering momen-
tum for what observers believed
would be the major battle of the
campaign

British Commonwealth an
American treops were sweeping
north from Kumehon and Nam-
chonjon c:ptured yesterday
about 55 mules from the Commy

High Speed

WITH ATOMIC POWER

SAN FRANCISCO Oct. 16,

Atomic power will make it nist capital ! ;
p-ssibie for the airsiners to com In some cases they were Mov
vine ameniously high speeds} '™8 5° quickly that their positions

with almost unlimited range”, Sir could not be pinpointed

William P, Hildred British Some Briush Commonwes!t!
rector General ¢ the Intern, men were cleaning up C omimnu
(ional Air Transport Association nist pockets around Kumechon

When the »°ea is cleared they
will join the American Firsy Ca -
valry Division in their drive
north, Observers said that the
battle for Pyongyang would be
‘ought over the plains, surround-
ing it and probably in vhe stree‘s
cf the city itself.

North Keieans were expected
to throw in aireraft, tanks and

said here today

Looking ahead to the indusuwial
use of atomic energy in his annuul
report, Sir William told the
Association’s sixth annual generel
meeting: “We may then have air

craft with which we can. really
make money.”

Civil Aviation Experts from 45
ountries nvet here to discuss plan,





» make air travel cheaper and their Youghest remaining in-
safer at the five-day annul fantry — !coug hoarded for an
rarliament of World's Airlines, emergency

In the central United Nation:

In his review of airline progress front South Koreans carrying
in 1949, Sir William said only their armg and water, ad-
scheduled airhnes had flown vanced up the valley road i
100,000,000 aircraft miles, This withim 34 miles of the capital.

was equal to 35,000 trips around
the world and an increase of,10
per cent over 1948. they pushed on beyond Suan, im-
They carried 27,000,000 peop.e} portant road: junction during the
—an increase of 3,000,000 over} night,
1948—for a total of 15,000,000,000!
passenger miles or
more than 1948.
Air cargo increased “spectacu
larly” by 20 per cent reaching a

Thrusting along the main road
easf of the main American drive



Other Sou sh
15 per cent | ariving across .ii

the captured east coast port of
Wonsan had reached a point 45
miles from the Communist capital,

Korean troops
peninsula from

otal of 400,000,000 ton mile he Lad weather over the most of
said Korea’s hampered American air
Our safety record last year activity, It was announced to-

night that the Fifth Air Force flew
20)~-miles in support .of
missions during the day.

improving” he declared. ice
Other steps forward had heen

progressive modernisation of th»

airlines fleet of more than 2,500 Frontline reports said that ad-
aircraft during the past year.|vancing United Nations troops
After the first disruption caused|were uncovering secret arms
y the devaluation of sterling and|dumps left by retreating Com-
other currencies in September|munists for possible use by
1948, the “underlying expansion. | «nerillas after or@anised resist-

ery trend has reasserted
Sir William continued,

itsell’’ | ance has been broken

Main roads north from the 48th

Referring to some of the}parallel run through shrub —
benefits which 30 years of air] covered hills, ideal for infiltration
vansport had brought to the/and guerilla tactics, but Com
world Sir William said air trans-|munists have so far made little

port had revolutionised communi-| use of them. Observers said that

ations in Colombia, which is| the Communists have thrown a
‘ivided by three mountain ranges | light ecreen of experienced
ond in Brazil where journeys e On pare 3

which used to take six months



tow take only two hours by air

At to-day’s session Warren Lee TELL THE *TYVOCATE
Pierson, Chairman of the Board 2 PUS
of Transworld Airlines too THE NEW
office as the Associations’ President Ring 3112 Day or Night.
succeeding Dr, Albert Plesman, ma OTHE ADVOCATE

President and Founder of KLM

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PAGE TWO



BARBADOS ADVOCATE

err reenter rn

— Canih Calling

R. RISLEY TUCKER, British

Countil representative and
Mrs. Tucker held a Cocktaii
Party at their home “Thorpes”,
St. James last night, in honour of
Mr. Charles Thomas.

Mr, Thomas is here on a two.
month visit, under the auspices of
the British Council, to give advice
and practical assistance to local
dramatic clubs and amateur
groups.

Seuth American

Atmosphere

ERE was a South Americah
atmosphere about the Club
Motgan on Saturday night. Not
so much the people, but the music.
The orchestra played a variety
of sambas, rhumbas and tangos
which went over very well wita

the many dancers.

al members and _ visitors
from Trinidac were in the
majority. Howc cr there were a
few Venezuelan and Canadian
tourists.

First Visit

R. AND MRS. L. A;

SUMMERS and their
daughter Suzanne arrived from

Venezuela yesterday morning via
Trinidad by B.W.LA:

Mr,’ Summers is with Creole
Petroleum Corporation, in Eastern
Venezuela, He is originally from
Oaklahoma, but has been living in
Venezuela for many years.

They plan te be here for about
two weeks and are guests at the



first visit to Barbados,

Here For Two Weeks
RRIVING from Trinidad yes-
terday morning by B.W.LA.
was Mr. Harold Ward, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Eddie Ward of Max-
wells.

Harold lives in Trinidad where
he works with Messrs A, P. Plim-
mer in @ort-of-Spain. He expects
to be here for about two weeks.

Returned On Sunday
A FTER three weeks’ holiday
in Trinidad. Mrs. Thos. Fitz-
gerald returned home on Sunday
afternoon by B.W.I.A.
She had been visiting her son
Pat and her daughter Pauline.
both of whom live in Trinidad.

En Route To Puerto Rico
RS. UNA VAZQUEZ of An-
tigua arrived here yesterday

afternoon by B.W.1.A. to see the

American Consul, as she plans to

join her husband Wilfredo, who

works in Puerto Rico,
Mr,. Vazquez expects to be in

Barbados for about a week and a

half.

Back from Canada-U.S. Trip
R. TREVOR BOWRING,
Director of Messrs DaCosta

and Co., is back from his four-

month trip to Canada and the U.S.

He arrived just over a week
ago by the Alcoa Pegasus.

faying With Her Sister
RS. PAUL HOLLENDER and
her young son Brian, arriv-
ed yesterday by the Canadiar
Chailenger from Montserrat to
spend a_ holiday.

Mrs. Hollender is staying with
her sister Miss Ann Penchoen at
Kent House.

Her husband is an estate owner
in Montserrat: and they have
many friends in Barbados, .

On Holiday
OLIDAYING in Barbados for
two weeks are Mr. and Mrs.
E, A. Davson of England. They
arrived on Saturday morning on
the “Golfito” and are staying at
the Ocean View Hotel,

One of the Directors of S. Dav-
son & Co., Ltd, in Georgetown,
Mr. Davson comes out to the
West Indies every two years to
look after his business in British
Guiana and expects to be in these
parts for about six months.

Spent Four Months
\ APT. THE HON'’BLE Earl
Hughes of Grenada, return-
ed from England on the “Golfite”
on Saturday morning after spend_
ing four months’ holiday there.
He will be remaining here for
one week end is staying at the
Hotel Royal.

While in England Capt. Hughes
saw two of the cricket Test
Matches and some of the County
matches.



BY THE WAY

(7* again this upright column
sets forth on its annual crus
sades, Once more we arm to fight
the growing tendency that modern
z00 pienickers have of leaving
broken glass and cigarette cartons
behind in kangaroos’ pouches, of
the nation-wide habit of storing
glue in teapots, of loose-thinking
in scientific circles regarding the
influence of temperature on. the
micellary size of aerosols. of Miss
Barbara Hutton and of Mr. Smeet’s
ae in waistcoats,

e

Oh, well.

Happy Divorce Quiz
INTELLECTUAL FIELD:—

1. DO you prefer to spend an
*“vening in the coal cellar rather
than with your loved ones round
the television set?

is unfurled —





pn : acostumes
Paradise Beach Club. This is their!g

sac SAwMeOLS
Going. ais ,




WKO

Christmas Is Coming

ARIB has ears and eyes
7 everywhere, and he hbs
just heard, that big preparations
are in progress for a su floor
show at the Marine Hotel on
December 23rd.

Norman . Wood is again in
charge of the preductioh anki
Ca w stands that the
singing octet is something to be
seen a$ well as to be Heard. Their
. até the last word ia
entertainment of this kind.

He also hears that Santa Claus
in the guise of — well, mustn’t
say too much, but all things at-
tributable to the Christmas
festivities will be there, and one
thing which will gladden every-
body's heart is that the floor show
starts at 9 p.m., so there’ll be no
waiting and no rush for chairs—
they will be there already. Roll
on Christmas.

Girl Guides Commissioner

Be’


R. AND MRS. C. C. BAR-

ROW of British Guiana

‘who .arrived here about-12 days

ago will be remaining for another

‘three weeks as guests at “Leaton-
on-Sea”’, The Stream.

Superintendent of the Frigi-
daire Service of
Booker Bros. McConnell & Co.,
Ltd. Mr. Barrow told Carib
that he was born of Barbadian
parentage and first came to the
island 30 years ago when he was
quite a youngster and therefore

could not remember anything
about it.

His wife who is the daughter
of Rev. and Mrs. M. A, Cossou
of Georgetown is very active in
Guiding him, is District Commis-
‘sioner of the Girl Guides’ Associ-
ation as well as Skipper of the
First Sea Rangers.

Her hobbies are bridge and
hockey and she_ represented
Sritish Guiana at the latter against
Trinidad in British Guiana last
year. :

Mrs. Barrow said that hev
mother is Divisional Commis-

sioner of the Girl Guides’ Associ-
ation and has been associated
with guiding in British Guiana,
for over 27 years.

| arnie’s HEADLINE

“‘Lwish the Under-18’s, Over-

70's and expectant mothers

would be more careful where

they throw their banana-
skins!”



By

2. DO you believe your wife
should show an intelligent inter-
est in your work or mind her own
damned_ bi ess?

FAMILY LD:—

1, DO you advocate changes in
the home such as havi your
younger son sent to the , or
making your wife wear a mask?

2. O you use earplugs in the
house always or only occasionally?
GREEN FIELD:—

DO you believe that your
should be put out to graze?

I Know a Post Office
Savings Bank Where
The Wild Thyme Blows

So fond of flowers is Miss i.
Mathews, sub-postmistress of
Kimpton (Hants) that she uses the

1,
witr:

post office windows as a green- telegrams

Barbados* Leading Chinese

Restaurant

the

GREEN

open from 9am. until midnight

DRAGON

Serving a variety of Oriental Dishes prepared by

a Chinese Chef wit

h years of experience

“SE. Gomes, Judge

No 9 Broad Street For Reservations Dial 3896





eae

Jamaican Author

N LONDON is Mr. J. A. Rogers,
author of “Sex and Race” (3
vols.), “From Superman to Man,”
“100 Amazing Facts about the
Negro” and er anthropological
works. He lives in the United
States, where he i8 a lecturer in
Sociology and Anthropology.
He leaves shortly for a visit to
Belgium.

West Indian Guide

ND while on the subject of
West Indian authors, news

has just reached me a very
inte pul the
Central of Information. It
is called “A West indian in
En by H.

of the West
— By me of Union. Ww this
small and handy publica’ these
two have collaborated to set do
for the information of other West

Indian visitors to this country a
frank ahd exceedingly fair picture
oe in. Britain and

oa impact on West Indians. } &4:

booklet is very well illustrated
by pen and ink sketches and is
full of extremely useful and
practical information.

Returning From India

1S week Mr. Arthur Creech
Jones, foriner Colonial Secre-
tary, retufis from India. He
faces an ufcertain future.
Since his défeat in the Général
Election he has had no appoint-
ment. In India he was one of the

ig oo Solapains to the Institute
ifie Relations; this mission
was unpaid.

Mr. Creech Jones was for four
years a £5,000-a-year Cabinet

inister. Since February his in-
come has been from writing and
broadcasting. He has not yet

been adopted as a candidate for
the next election

The former Minister lives with | |

his wife in Kensington Court,
Kensington.

Ten Shillings For One

qos has just given me a
George IV shilling in my
change. It was a kindness, though
doubtless unintended: for such
coins are now worth up to 10s.
(according to their condition).

coin expert tells me he has
never seen a George IV shilling in
change: there must be very few
still in ¢ireulation. Probably mine
had been éd away in some
odd corner for many years.

Diploma Jn Engineering

R. L. A. BAILEY who went
up to England and joined
the R.A.F., in 1944 returned on
Saturday morning by the ‘Golfito’
accompanied by his Welsh wife
the former Miss Phyllis Freeman
Son of Mr. and Mrs. Ivan
Bailey of Bank Hall, he said that
after he was demobbed in 1947,
he entered the College of Aero-
nautical Engineering at Chelsea,
London where he afterwards ob-
tained his diploma.

Intransit

A MONG the passengers arriv-
ing on the ‘Golfito’ on Satur—
day from England intransit for
Trinidad after spending 2 holiday.
were Sir Cecil Furness_Smith,
K.C., Chief Justice and Lady Fur_
ness-Smith, His Honour Mr
of the
Supreme Court and Mrs. Gomes,
Mr. . L. Grant, Managing
Director of T. Geddes Grant Ltd.,
and Mrs. Grant.

Viscount Elibank

T HEAR that Viscount and

Viscountess Elibank will
shortly be leaving England to
take up residence in South Africa
—for health reasons, Lord
Elibank will be remembered by
many West Indians as President
of the West India Committee from
1930 to 1936. As Mr. Gideon
Murray, he was Administrator of
St. Vincent from 1909 to 1915 and

for the next two years Adminis—

trator of St. Lucia.

BEACHCOMBER

house. Strangers passing througn
the village have mistaken the post
office for a florist’s shop.

Now in my village we have de-
veloped this idea a little further.
Just listen: —

Stranger:
(Pause.)

Stranger: Hem! (Pause,)

Stranger: Er, I say—when you
have finished doing your hair I’d
like a dozen of those pink roses
(Pause.)

Stranger: Look—will you please
put down your knitting and sell me
those roses before they die?
(Pause.)

Good morning.

Stranger: I say, PLEASE —
they’re for my girl friend’s birth-
day and if you don’t do something

soon she'll be too old.
Miss S; Ay'm sorry—greetings
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went: “England is OK, I am
coming back.” Then shéstold me
in Getail what she dislifed, ant

liked, about the country.

CRITICISM.—“Your hotels shoul:
be warmer—particularly the bed -
rooms. Everyone of us caught
a cold on this trip.

Lumpy Beds
“Your beds are appalling.
M: \ of them are lumpy.

is indifferent in mai,’ |
“Your dérink
data rules
lessons.
“There is not enough night
lifé in London for most Ameri-

laws and your
should be stan-
Many restaurateurs
take coffee-making

s,
“There is rather a_ depressed
air about many English.@eople—
I did not sense this en in
Scotland—but I loved your quiet
sense of humour.

PRAISE.—“Now let
‘ou the nice things,
“

me tell
which are
more important.
The old world atmosphere is
onderful and so is the food.
here is delicious, and I
have had the best roast beef |
have ever tasted.

“Sight-seeing is really excit-
ing, because there are so many
historical places. Your travel i
comfortable

are favourable’ to

Americans.

“Clothes for men and women |
are_ start.

“Your mén are so polite, and
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4.10

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This dove-grey gown of tull

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des ener, has what he calls tho | The News; 10.10 p.m, From the Fe'i-

“ sheedded look.” tcrials; 10.15 p.m. Tip Top Tunes;
London Express Seivice 10.45 p.m. Report from Britain;

p.m.

Rupert and the Castaway—27



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uzzie and hardly notices thar rhe
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Prices of Christophenes and
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TUESDAY, Oct.
7 a.m. The News;
Analysis; 7.15 a.m, Souvenirs of Music;

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amel! friend he climbs down to the
f finds that the rest of the

to the end one is another little boat.
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rocks, he iains them

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Mother: Daughter!

“Frankly, I doubt that this un-
derstanding ever does exist to the
extent supposed by some optimis-

TUESDAY, OCTOBER. 17, 1950

(
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TONIGHT at 8.30
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in “HOLD THAT GHOST”

A Universal Picture.
WEDNESDAY and THURSDAY at 8.30 P.M.








PLAZA oisTIN

Loretta YOUNG

LAST TWO SHOWS
5 and 8.30 P.M.

“THE ACCUSED”
Robert CUMMINGS in

“SEVEN SAVED”
with Richard DENNING (Paramount Double)

WEDNESDAY and THURSDAY coe 30 P.M.
“BRIDE OF VENGEANGE” &

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THURSDAY 19th and FRIDAY 20th at 8.30 P.M.
MATINEE; FRIDAY AT 5 P.M.

Hotel; 1 p.m.



Pim, Gerne

Programme Par-

MRS. A. L. STUART Presents Her SCHOOL of
DANCING in

‘REVUEDEVILLE 1950°

Music by the Police Band Directed by
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7.15 p.m

His Excellency the Governor and Party will be atténding
First Night

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PRICES:— ORCHESTRA and BOXES $1.50; HOUSE $1.00;
BALCONY 172c. RESERVED.

———— —

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TO-DAY and Tomorrow
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“THE DOCTOR
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Starring
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ROYAL

LAST TWO SHOWS
TO-DAY 4.30 & 8.30
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Sunset CARSON &
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in

“DAYS OF BUFFALO
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BOXING —

AT THE
YANKEE STADIUM

Sensational Middleweight
Championship Contest
TUESDAY NIGHT
31st October, 1950
at 8.00 p.m.
Postponed owing to the
illness of Bassin

YOUNG

BASSIN
Middleweight
Champion

RALPH

Barbados
Middleweight
Champion French
1 West Indies

12 ROUNDS 12

eine SginteAnals
KID

vs. KING

126 126
SIX ROUNDS.

Prices: Ringside $2.00, Bal-
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Arena $1.00, Bleachers 48.

P.S. Bassin will be seen at the
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TODAY 5 and 8.30 P.M.
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Gary COOPER in “TASK FORCE”

SPECIAL MAT. THURS, 2 P.M. (Double Feature)

Jimmy DAVIS in Johnny MACK BROWN

“LOUISIANA” & “PRAIRIE EXPRESS”

IN MAY 1949 ALFRED HITCHCOCK’S

“ROPE”

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“ROPE

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with James STEWART — Farley GRANGER
Sir Cedric HARDWICKE and Others

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James Oliver CURWOOD’S Johnny Mack BROWN in

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“CHINOOK” The Wonder Dog

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SAIGON

AN

a lonely part of the

M“A* people
Korea is an isolated petiin-
_ in

ie,

acifi
Western World.
This

wrong that view is.

with little relation to the
unusual map shows how

i

GPHILIPPINES (U.S.)



Here can be seen the short
rotite from America, by air bases
in the Aleutian Islands, to Korea
and the link, from there, with
Saigon,



: OUTERS Via vosiek te Moscow
: 4,800 miles i






United Nations Forees, in cross-
ing the 38th Parallel, have com-
mitted themselves to reaching
the frontier of Red Manchuria
and going uear the border of
Russia itself. .... Note the

The map shews how the position of the vital Soviet base

Britain’s National Debt;
$70,748,168,313

LONDON

TWENTY-THREE years ago an anonymous donor gave
$2,000,000 to form a National Fund. He stipulated the

money should be allowed to increase by
until it was enough to pay off Britain’s

The latest Treasury White
Paper reveals that the fund,
swollen by interest ahd donations,
has grown, Yet it is further from
being able to pay off the national
debt thar when it was started,

The London..Evening Standard
réported that im 23 years it has
inereased by four million dollars
but in the same period the debt
has increased by some $60,000
million,

Complications

The Evening Standard pointed
out that in theory, if the fund were
left alone for about 400 years and
the national debt did not increase
=. more in the meantime, the
débt could be paid off. But long
before this complications would
have set in,

The fund would be receiving an
annual incomeof something like
$1,000 million, This would not be
taxed or spent on goods; therefore
it would represent a huge drain
on the nation’s resources.

Professor Li. C. Robbins of the
Lehdon University School of

about a shilling (14 cents) in-
vested at compound interest in the
time of Christ.

“By now it would be wortn
several times all the gold on the
earth.”

Britain’s national debt now
stands at $70,748,168,313. The
only way the national debt could



compound interest
national debt.





The Weather

TODAY
Sun Rises: 5.49 a.m.
Jay Sets: 5.42 p.m.
oon (First Quarter) Octo-
3 18. ?
iting; 6.00 p.m,
High Water: 9.13 a.m., 8.37
P.m. .
YESTERDAY
Rainfall (Codrington) nil.
Total for Month to Yester-
day: 4.78 ins.
Temperature (Max) 86.0 °F.
Temperature (Min) 74.5 °F.
Wind Direction (9 a.m.)
E.N.E, (3 ee) E.N.E.
= Velocity: 10 miles per

ur,
Barometer (9 a.m.) 29.850
(3 p.m.) 29.767.



Question Of

PORT-OF-SPAIN, Trinidad.

Members of the Legislative
Council will be entitled to their
salaries from the on which
they will be sworn in — October
20. It is undérstood legel ruling
Was sought, when it was pointed
out, that the previous years
members started to draw their

of the country’s real wealth to be
increased by this amount and the
whole increase taxed 100 per cent,

first official return of their elec-
tion. This was found to be
incorrect and the opinion was
sought. From other sources it
was learnt that the question of
payment for Ministers to be
appointed by the Governor will
have to be decided by
Colony’s Executive Council.



the

Cricket Meeting

The Board of Management of
the Barbados Cricket Associa-
tion will hold a meeting this
afternoon to discuss the agenda
to be placed before the General |
Meeting of the West Indies}
Cricket Board of Control. The
latter meeting takes place in
Trinidad on October 19, 20 and 21.; Fifteen persons were Killed

It is expected that Mr. F. A. C./ when a river bridge collapsed at
Clairmonte .and Mr. E, L. G.| Medellin, about 150 miles north-
Hoad will be the representatives| west of Bogota on Friday night.
of Barbados. —(CP)



| e
E¢onomics said the whole thing Salaries
reminded him of the old fallacy
be pafd off would be for the value | salaries as from the date of the

Bridge Collapses;
15 Killed

BOGOTA, Colombia, Oct. 16.





SATISFYING

STRONG + NOURISHING -







Archbishop
To Tour

GEORGETOWN, Oct. 13.
is. Grace the Archbishop of
the West Indies will be leaving
British Guiana on October 30 on
a visit to the dioceses in the
Province

The Doctor of Divinity (Lam-
beth) Degree recently awardéT
Dr. Knight will be conferred on
him by the Dean of Georgetown
at a special service to be held in
St. George’s Cathedral, George-
town, on Sunday, October 29.

The Degree will be conferred
by Dean Young who has been
commissioned by the Archbishop
of Canterbury to act on his
behalf, and the oath will be ad-
ministered by Acting Chief Jus-
tice F. M. Boland.



Russian Army Has

Greater Fire Power

FRANKFURT, Germany, Oct. 16.

Russia’s army packs more fire
power than the American army
man for man. Russifi has the best
fank and the best self-propelled
big gun in the world.

These are admissions of the
U.S. Army itself and what Ameri-
can troops in Germany are taught.
Estimates are based on detailed
reports.

In its analysis of these reports
the U.S. Army pulls no punches
but offers this consolation: The
Soviet Army pays a high price
for its heavy fire power. It loses
staying power, balance and mo-
bility. A U.S, Division can main-
tain itself in combat longer, move
faster and keep better communi-
cations

The U.S. Army recently an-
nounced a big increase in the fire
ower of its infantry division.
ut apparently the netw Soviet
Rifle Division stills outguns it on
man for man basis.—-(cP)

TOYS COME

Christmas crackers and toys
were among the cargo discharged
here yesterday by the “Geologist”’.
The “Geologist” came from Liver-

pool,
During the past month, ships
coming from England have beer

bringing toys and other Christ-
mas goods for Barbados.

Tea, biscuits, barley, cod liver-
oil, coffee, confectionery, evapor-
ated milk, salt and oil stoves also
made up part of the cargo.

AM YOUNGER,

NOURISHING

-MILK STOUT,

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Russians claim that one of their
airfields has been pounded by
the Americans,

\Other tension spots—Formosa,
the Philippimes, French Indo-

CHARLES WILL
FIGHT BARONE

NEW YORK, Oct. 16
Ezzard Charles tonight agreed
to defend his world heavyweight
title against Nick Barone of Syra-
cuse on November 28 in Cincinnati.
Barone is sixth in the

light heavyweight ranking list of /M@tch

the National Boxing Association,
—Reuter.

N. Zealand Invited
To Tour S. Africa

JOHANNESBURG,
The New Zealand



Oct. 16,
Cricket

Association have been invited wolin the

send a team to tour South Africa
in 1953—54.

The invitation follows a
decision taken at a recent meetin;
of the South African
Board.

If the tour materialises it will | Emmett

be the first visit to the Union by
a New Zealand Cricket side.
—Reuter.



Curacao Delegates

To Be Named To-day wicket to collect 55,

THE Advocate understands that
there will be an informal joint
meeting of the two houses of the
Tegislature to-day, to select two
unofficial members of the legisla-
ture to attend the Fourth Session
of the West Indian Conference,
to be held in Curacao, Dutch
West Indies from November 27th
to December 8th,

CASE DISMISSED

(From Our Own Correspondent)
PORT-OF-SPAIN,

_ “This case was given much pub-
licity in the newspaper. I am not
going to ehcourage people to lay
casés afainst others, and just fail
to appear in Court’, said Mr.
Evan Rees, in the Siparia Police
Court, when the case against Mr
Timothy Roodal, ex-member of
lthe Legislative Council, who was
jcharged for assaulting Jaimool
Teejue, was dismissed, Complain-
ants counsel said that he
drew irom the case, as his client

had not fully instructed him,

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Communist zones on the map
are shaded. The white arrow
points to the 38th Parallel
dividing Korea,

L.E.S.

Commonwealth

Wins Again

BARODA, Oct. 16.
The Commonwealth Cricket
Team gained the second victory
of their tour when they beat
aroda, Ranji Trophy Champion
by 9 wickets. The
ended with 35 minutes left
for play on the third and last day.
Baroda who made 159 in their
first innings were dismissed in
their second knock for 204, leav
ing the Commonwealth who scored
248, to get 116 runs to win
Frank Worrell, West Indies
test player who captained the
Commonwealth eleven took four
second innings wickets for
46 runs. He was not out with 586
Commonwealth's Second
innings when the match ended.

Needing 116 in just over 2 hours
for victory the Commonwealth

Cricket | lost Harold Gimblett the Somerset

opener at seven but George

(Gloucestershire) and
Worrell knocked off the required
runs,

Worrell did not hurry and too
no chances, picking out the loose
balls to punish ih compiling his 58
Emmett executed a variety of
powerful strokes all around the

—Reuter.





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Added energy for f°

troops for a last stand.

The drive has encountered
heavier resistance from artillery
than South Koreans have so far
met. But the South Korean drive
westward from Wonsan was now
entering the hill country where
heavier opposition seemed likely.

Reuter’s correspondent William
Parrott reported from Seoul on
Saturday that villagers just north
of Seoul had counted groups up
to 10,000 strong trudging wearily
along roads north on two succes-
sive days
were shot.

and that stragglers

He said that at least 2,000 or
3,000 people detained in Seoul
by North Koreans were “dis-
posed of” between the Inchon
landing on September 15 and
the occupation of the city at
the end of September, cial
investigators said that a large
proportion were murdered
either in the city or on the
death march northward.

Younghung where the tufinél
| prison was reported, is 30 miles
ot of Wonsan on the way to
the Manchurian border.

The Americans had been forced
jto tramp almost naked and with-
out food through a bitterly cold
| night to keep ahead of advancing
United Nations troops, survivors
said.

Frontline reports today said that
half a dozen South Koreans had
lived through bomb and bullet
Slaying of 500 South Koreans in
a gully just north of Yonghunhg.

South Korean troops advancing
from Wonsan were taken to Seoul
by excited villagers. They found
the victims, many with their heads
almost completely shot away, ly-
ing piled up with their hands tied
behind their backs. Half a dozen
survivors said they were treated
tolerably well while imprisoned
in Seoul, but when the march to
the North began a week before
the South Korean tapital was
freed they had almost nothing to
eat and had no clothing, Guatds
kept them moving night and day.
Survivors thought that the Com-
muhists decided to shoot South
Koreans to spéed up the move-
ment of the column.

Another report said

that the

bodies of 179 people shot by re-
treating Northerners were thrown
into the sea,

—Reuter.








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Tuesday, 17th October, 1950

PARTY DANGER

MR. WINSTON CHURCHILL'S warning
against party politics at the Conservative
Party Conference at Blackpool on Saiur-
day is a grave one.

Great Britain is still regarded as one of
the most politically advanced countries in
the world where democratic government
flourishes as an example for others to
follow. If it can be said in Great Britain
that party politics constitute a danger to
jthe existence of the country how much
more so is it the case in countries where
party politics are in an experimental stage.
Barbados may now be said to be suffering
from the introduction in 1946 of this form
of government.

If it can be claimed that the domination
of party politics and the consequent division
of the nation into two halves threatens
Great Britain it is so much more dangerous
in Barbados where the number of politi-
cians qualified or practised in the art of
government is comparatively small.

There was a period in the history of
this island when it was our boast that all
the people who were qualified to do so not
only took an interest in, but assisted in the
administration of affairs even if not in the
Legislature, as members of the various
statutory boards. To-day many of those who
are still willing and qualified are not
allowed because of the party system,

No single section in this community is
able to throw up all the men needed to carry
on the work of government without sup-
port and assistance from others. It is clear
that men who boast of the happy combina-
tion of honest worth and intellectual attain-
ment will always be in the minority and
it is the antithesis of good government to
countenance any system which precludes
them because of their inability to toe the
political line of some party.

There are few individuals who will argue
that the administration of public affairs by
a few whose thought might be geared to the
tempo of sectional interests can be as
healthy or as effective as that of all parties
working for the good of all. Yet this is
what a party caucus does.





F

| Have To Sell Laces’

PARIS.
ERICH VON STROHEIM, the
granite-faced portrayer of brutal
Prussian officers in scores of silent
and talking films, and nowadays a
grandfather, is in real-life trouble.

He has been told by U.S. author-
ities that unless he returns to
America by December 5 he will
forfeit his U.S. citizenship.

“And that,” von Stroheim said
tonight, as he screwed his face in-
to one of those tortured grimaces
known to thousands of fans,
“would render me a Stateless per-
son.

“I cannot return to my native
Austria. That does not exist any
more.”

Sipping a whisky. von Stroheim,
63 years old and immaculate in a
grey lounge suit with the ribbon
of the Legion of Honour in the
buttonhole, discussed the dilemma
of a famous old-time film star who
finds that things have changed.

“Look,” he said, “I do not kid
myself. I look at facts straight. In
America I am outmoded. I have
had my day. I am the perennial
spy, the barking German officer,
the Gestapo man.

“All that stuff is finished now,
It is hopelessly old hat.

Is It Smart . . .?

“So if I go back to the States,
what could I do? You know, when
I was there in the old prosperous
days. I would never pass one of
those chaps selling shoe-laces and

‘pencils on the street corner with-
out dropping a one-dollar bil] on
to his tray.

“Why? I figured he might be a
big movie producer the following
week. Well, if | go back now, it
is me who will be selling shoe-
laces on the corner. Poor old von
Stroheim, the has-been.



Frau Bohm Puts Rum
In Her Tea

(It’s the cheapest way of keeping warm)

‘the shops are stuffed with nylons,
Paris scents, elegant gloves and

“Sunset Boulevard’? Oh, sure.”
(“Sunset Boulevard’ is the film in
which old-timer Gloria Swanson
has scored a triumphant come-
back in films. In it, von Stroheim
has a small part as a butler.)

“You think it is smart for me
to go back on the chance of get-
ting a few more butler roles?”

The Deadline

Von Stroheim's present troubles
stem from an American law, the
Nationality Act, passed in 1940.

This says that if a naturalised
U.S. citizen—von Stroheim went
to the States in 1909 and was
naturalised in 1926—stays abroad
longer than five years at a time
he loses his citizenship.

RIGHT—

pre-construction of Stroheim sell-
ing his laces . :

Says von Stroheim: “What about
the five months I spent in the U.S.
last year, making ‘Sunset Boule-
vard’? They don’t take that into
consideration,

“When I got back here they gave
me a new passport, but I found it
expired on December 5 next,
That's the deadline.”

What happens if von Stroheim
decides to stay?

“The French might be nice about
it and leave me here in peace. The
trouble would come if I tried to
cross frontiers. say to go to Rome.
to make a picture there, Stateless
persons have the devil of a time
at frontiers.

Out, Out, Out .

“Mine is a very special trade.
A printer, for instance, can ply
his trade practically all over the
world. But me, I have just four
places where I can direct—Holly-
wood, Paris, London, Rome.





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London is
practically out because of the
Treasury regulations. If I lose my
passport, Rome is out, Bleak isn’t
tr”

“Hollywood is out.

A frosty twinkle showed in his
eye, “This whole thing probably
results from my being too good an
actor,” he said.

“The other kind playing German
officers had to get the make-up
man to put false sabre-cuts on)
their faces. This sabre-cut of mine |
is the real article, |

“And people have never, quite |
believed that I am just as evil of? |
the screen as I am on. Strong
feeling was built up. I got plenty
of brickbats. believe me, Even the |
U.S. officials have come to think
of me as a nenemy alien, Yes, I
of - as an enemy alien—and too |
well.”

—LES.

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“Remember I’m shopping fo1
two on an income of less than
£2. 15s. a week, From that must
come a winter coat for

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BRITONS

(By HOWARD BERRY)

LONDON.
MILLIONS of Britons are to-day pruning
their family budgets with a multitude of
small economies to beat the soaring cost of
living.
Bus, cinema, and cafe receipts have fallen

| considerably, and the economy wave is now

having a serious effect on other trades.

A survey in London showed that the man
in the street and his family are effecting
these economies as follows :

Men are having their hair cut less fre-
quently; cinema visits are cut and cheaper
seats taken. And since the London bus fares
were raised a couple of weeks ago more
people are walking short distances to save a
couple of cents fare.

Workers are eating sandwiches or snacks!

to save a cafe meal, or cutting down lunch
by going without dessert or coffee.

Laundries and builders firms report severe
loss of business. They say that men are
doing their own house repairs and decorating
owing to high labour costs, while housewives,
unable to afford a daily maid or expensive
laundry bills, are working harder in the

me.

“One-third of my customers,” said J. A.
Loud, proprietor of a southwest London
laundry firm, “have cut down their bundles
because they cannot afford $120 to $1.40 a
week for laundry. They now send only large
items like blankets and sheets and wash the
smalls at home.”

Cinema managers in all parts of London
report decreasing weekly receipts. M. A.

| Bowen, manager of a west London suburban

cinema, said his receipts had dropped 25 per
cent in the past 12 months.

“About 60 per cent of our patrons are buy-
ing the cheaper seats,” he added.

The London Tranport organization, which
operates the subways, bus and trolley-car
services throughout the metropolis reported
that the passenger figures for August this
year totalled 346,000,000, slightly more than
in August 1949. Receipts, however, had

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pointed out at the time of the introduction
of the Bushe Experiment that the people of
this island were not ripe for this change.
Constitutional development was inevitable
because of our educational and social pro-

VIENNA,
In this fabulous city ... not
quite behind the Iron Curtain. .

Only sugar is
the allowance is double the
British ration, From caviar to
kidneys there is no food that you
cannot buy abundantly.

In the

rationed, and

restaurant where I
dined, hors d’oeuvre meant jellied

egg.

Inside the meat market Sozens
of stalls were hung from ceilug
to finor with a display of joints
which outdid even Paris. There
were haunches of veal, monster
sides of beef and venison, and

At the nearby vegetable mar-
ket we scrutinised all the high-
piled produce stalls before Frau
Bohm pounced on a huge cauli_
flower and stuffed it into her
shopping bag.

To save this amount London Transport
estimated, Londoners walked about 11,000,-
000 miles.

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y , ti i : trout, slices of goose and goose a ore ag ts hase" said. “All the olnees eee four- No Free Service On Man
gress but the introduction of “party” has aver, egg mayonnaise smoked Gelicate rolls of saw smoked Pence.” Then she added one ‘
not proved to be the political boon nor the i Seeice Bread if you like it bacon, Geese and chickens and Pound of cleanly-washed carrots

economic fulerum which it was supposed
to be. Neither has it increased the sense
of responsibility of those to whose hands
the conduct of affairs has been committed.
Mr. Churchill might have been speaking of
Barbados. And it would be well for Bar-
bados to regard conditions in England as
a lesson rather than an example,

FAIR ?

THE London Correspondent of the
“Barbados Advocate” stated in his report



thus is snowy white,

Prince’s Widow

But although Vienna contains
a_ street named Himmelstrasse,
which means Heaven Street, it
is a long way from Heaven for
the Viennese. I went shopping
with one of them,

Frau Bohm is a thin, stooping,
drab-coloured woman. Her real
name appears in the Almanach
de Gotha, which records that she
is 50. Austrian-born, and the
widow of a Polish Prince, How-
ever, she came back home to
Vierma seven years ago, as she
prefers frau to princess.

pheasants and hares were temp-
tingly outspread. The only thing
that would remind a_ British
housewife of home was a slab of

(2)d.), a quarter of a pound of
cream cheese (7d.), one pound
of damsons at 5d. and one pound
of margarine for ls. 3d.

Frau Bohm professes a terror
of the Russians but she does not
mind getting a bargain from
them. So we walked half a mile |
in the sunshine past the colossal
Soviet Victory Memorial with
its green-uniformed Austrian
policeman on constant guard
and joined a queue of shabby
men and women snaking into a
cellar.



“Down here” Frau Bohm
whispered. Within two min-
utes a woman asked me to sign
the “Peace” Petition. The cellar

DOUGLAS, Isle of Man.
THE Manx legislature has deleted the
word “free” from their National Health Ser-
vice,
Under amendments passed to the Isle of
Man National Health Act in the Manx legis-
lature patients in the future will have to pay

| their doctor seven cents per form upon which

“free” prescriptions are written.

Patients will also have to bring their own
container for medicine to the drug store and
pay dentists one-tenth of their account after
the first pound ($2.80).

RAYPACKA

FOR OFFICE JACKETS

— AND —

CLERICAL GOWNS

ib r i had q portrait of Stalin on the| These amendments have been made to
2 Con matuniay that the Barbados keeeres Frau Bohm’s daughter Anny wall and a huge poster carrying | effect economy. The original estimates of the IN NAVY AND BLACK
ment had informed the West India Com- | 25-year-old secretary to an a streamlined scarlet train with} :
i h ge dudetiied ants Austrian business "executive, the slogan “Onward to Com-|Service this year exceeded $2,240,000 for a
mittee that this island had decided not to | quis £12. 10s. a month, which munism.” Otherwise the cellar

participate in the 1951 British Industries

means just under £11 after tax

was like an underground village



static population of 50,000. This was sent

| a lan. bien daen” Tee Te shop with children’s _ shirts,| back to the Health Board for revision, and 54 in at $1 92 er Yd
alr, rather more than the average women’s shoes, toothpaste and eventually a ceiling of $1,680,000 was placed : : p e:
This refusal to take part in a Fair in a business girl’s wage here. On groceries jumbled behind two /00U, Pp.

year which is also a Festival Year of Bri-

this she and her mother live in a

“I'm afraid t's. pecoming
increasingly clear that Pile-



counters where assistants smoked |

on their expenditure for this year.



single room in a broad residen— cigarettes while serving the —LNS. e
tain means that Barbados loses a wonderful tial street in the British sector of ot te Me Hen paremnen ced out# customers. Se
opportunity to advertise itself to the world. | 124, Gi¥,, They, Pay, their land- tual wing of the party.” Police Banned DaCOSTA « Ce., Ltd.
There might be sound and justifiable reas- | gas and light. - ty KING’S GROUSE
4 ME Iceland cod at the fishmonger Frau Bohm was, surprisingly,
ons for this decision but the general public ane euy the jandiaty finds but even there you could aise after rum, “It’s 3s. 6d, elsewhere” DRY GOODS DEPT.
is a ba argain and grudges she said. “The police can pre-
have not so far been told. having to let the ex-Princess PUY live carp from a tank. pee ag em abcurine = baton 5 LONDON.
It may be that the Barbados Government j cook one meal a day in her

has decided not to make any further
attempts at industrial or economic pro-
gress, It may be that it thinks that the
advertising of Barbados in London and on
an occasion when that advertising will
bring the greatest number of people into
contact with this island is utterly useless.
Perhaps it is thought by the Government
that there will in future be no need for
capital investment by outsiders.

ere might be the most excellent
reasons for Barbados not spending money
on advertisement in the greatest Fair
Britain will have seen since 1851. But the
public is entitled to ask why it has not been

kitchen, But like hundreds of
other landladies she cannot get
rid of lodgers who were com-
pulsorily billeted under a scheme
for housing the bombed-out
which ended two years ago,

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Fares Are Up

When Frau Bohm and I went
shopping we walked miles. Since
the new rise in fares which
slapped %d, on the price of a
Vienna tramcar ride Frau Bohm
has refused to travel in tram-
cars. She thinks 34d., the present
price of a one-way ticket to any
part of the city, is too much,

Beside these mountains of fooa
stood tall metal barrels of cook-
ing fat marked “Marshall Aid,”
The Stars and Stripes label on
each barrel read “For European
Recovery—supplied by U.S.A.”

To me, translating into English
at the official rate of 72 Austrian
schil to the ¢£ sterling
prices seemed so low as to make
— of Frau Bohm’s econo-
mies,

The average price for meat
was 2s, 4d, a pound, Geese and
chickens were double that price
per pound. Eggs piled every-
where were 4d. each,

prices in other shops but here
no Austrian police may enter,
and the prices are cut to show
how well the Soviets live.”

Why did frugal Frau Bohm
want rum? “To add to my tea
in winter,” she said. “Fuel is
so dear that I cannot light the
stove until the evening, and rum
keeps out the chills.”

Who besides foreign tourists
with favoured exchanges enjoy
the plenty in Vienna? Into
whose kitchens go the loads of
meat and butter sold daily?

The city of the Third Man has
a name for these lucky people.

King George VI found the grouse shooting

good at Balmoral this year.

The London Transport organization, which

that 6,000 brace of grouse were taken by the
King and Royal parties from the time he
arrived there until he left October 8. The
average was about 150 brace a day—a record
for the Deeside Moors area.

Most of the grouse were sent to the London

markets. Proceeds help to offset the rentals
paid for two moors near Balmoral.

The Evening Standard also reported that

Princess Elizabeth has been stalking deer at



. : Pr Mother and daughter allow But Frau Bohm, snooping The name is Sehlurf—Spiv to us.} B. E
consulted as to the wisdom of letting this | themselves meat only once a week from stall to sta shereiing’ tor World Copyright h almoral Over the week-end members of
opportunity pass by. —and this was the day. One day the cheapest kidneys, snorted —LES. the Princess’ hunting party bagged four deer.|}}_ ANCHOVY SAUCE





(Prom Our Own Correspondent)

\ LONDON.
Among the greetings from
Dominion leaders published in

today’s issue of the “New Com-

th’ (incorporating the
en Colonist’), that which
will intrigue most readers, per-

is the one from South
’s Premier, Dr. Malan.

It reads: “South Africa has

ares reason to welcome the evo-
ution of the Commonwealth.



When my Government took office

He, I was glad to be able to
oa i we readily acknowledged
the — friendly relations
between my country and the

members of the Commonwealth.

desire of the Union
ao oat that those friendly
: relations shall be continued, so
long as our co-oper es no
detract from yee 1
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and freedom of act





Definition Of *Commonwealth”
Views of Dr. Malan and Other Premiers

eign independent State.”

Commonwealth Definition

Dr. Malan goes on. to refer to
the contribution “New Common-
wealth” can make to the progress
and prosperity of “the Common-
wealth of Nations.”

In his carefully worded mes-
sage mr: Malan apparently
favours an elastic interpretation
of the word “Commonwealth.”
The confusion that exists as to
the use of the word “Common-
wealth is commented upon in the
editorial columns of the new
journal, which proposes to use
the one word “Commonwealth” as
the collective noun “for the group
of states, self-governing and
other, of which His Majesty the
King is the Head.”

This, the writer continues, ‘‘will
accord the present-day official
usage in the United Kingdom
It is true that ‘British Common-
wealth,” and ‘Commonwealth of

Nations’ with or without the word

¢

‘British’, are terms still’ required
as being appropriate, according
to circumstances, and Mr. Atlee,
the Prime Minister, has stated
that there has been no agreement
between His Majesty’s Govern-

ments to exclude ‘the British
Commonwealth’ or even ‘the
British Empire.’ Nevertheless,

the shorter and simpler descrip-
tion is obviously more suitable
today. Since the Colonies, like
the self-governing and independ-
ent territories, are countries of
the Commonwealth, the term
‘Commonwealth and Empire’ sug-
gests a grouping which does not

exist,
Dominions Can Aid
Colonies
The Secret - of State for the
Colonies, Mr. James Griffiths, and
the Secret of State for Com-
monwealth Relations, Mr Cc.

Gordon-Walker, also have their
greetings to the “New Common-
wealth” published, along with
their tribute to the success of its
predecessor, the “Crown Colonist”,
which confined ftself to Colonial
affairs,

Australia’s Premier, Mr, R. G.
Menzies, still prefers the old word
“Empire”. Commending the “New
Commonwealth” as a “recognition
of the fact that a vital new pattern
of relationships between the
United Kingdom, the Dominions
and the Colonies is being formed,
“we must keep pace”, he says,
with the “tremendous economic,
political and social changes that
are occurring within the Empire
as we advance into the second
part of this century.”

Southern Rhodesia’s Premier,
Sir Godfrey Huggins, writes
“While appreciating the political
reasons and necessity for the

,

t

Colonies being under the leader-
ship of the Colonial Office, I have
felt that on the economic side
this arrangement, albeit unin-
tentionally, has tended to exclude
the Dominions from taking an
active part in the development of
these areas. The Dominions and
Colones are, in the end, all mem-
bers of the same family, and I
feel that the Dominions are now
in a position to make a very real
contribution to the economic
development of the Colonies.”

In Their National Setting
In its 130-odd pages, “New
Commonwealth” maintains the
high standard of production of

the “Crown Colonist.” The excel-
lent picture sections lay an
appealing emphasis on the wider
Commonweatth interests on which
the journal is based

Discussing the reasons for thi
extension of interests, the Editor
speaks of the need found for

“putting the picture of Colonial
development into its natural
Commonwealth setting.

“Our new initiative on behalf
of the 560 million people to whora
the Crown is the link,” he goes
on, “is taken at a time of fresh
crisis in the history of mankind,
when unity, like patriotism, by
itself is not enough. There must
be, along with the passionate
conviction of the enduring worth
of the ideals of Freedom and
Justice, a broader conception of
their applicability to our common
life, especially in fostering the
economic and social progress of
the masses, In almost every way
the Commonwealth as a whole «is
endowed with the means where-
by prosperity and peaceful pro-
gress can be assured to all the
peoples within it. Have we the
faith that will lead us, in time
of storm, to launch out bravely
on the ‘tide’ in the affairs of
men?”



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TUESDAY, OCTOBER 17, 1950

New Head
For
All Saints’
aints
‘R. GRAHAM CORBIN, form-
erly assistant master of
Speight*town Boys’ School, who

Was recently appointed Headmas-
ter of All Saints’ Boys’ School,

took up his new appointment yes- |

terday. ,

The All Saints Boys’ has ap-
proximately 323 boys and seven
masters. The masters are Messrs.
King Edwards, W. Gilkes, C.
Campbell, V. DePeiza, C. Harris,
C. P. Thompson and W. Ramsey.

Under their former Headmaster
Mr. H. E. Thorne, a class was
started in Latin but this has since
stopped and Mr. Thorne has gone
over to St. Mary’s Boys’ as
Headmaster in place of the late

- Norman Drakes.

When the Advocate visited All
Saints’ yesterday the boys were at
lunch. Two bread carts and other
cool drink vendors supplied the
lads with what they wanted. Some
were eating outside in the fresh
air while others chose the carpen-
ter’s shop. The masters were doing
their share of eating in the Com-
mon Room.

This school is situated in a very
airy district, surrounded by tall
canes and private houses.

E LECTURE on “The Ama-

teur Theatre” will be given at

8 o’clock tonight by Mr. Charles
Thomas, producer and adjudicator
to the British Drama League, at
the British Council Centre tonight
This is the first of a weekly
series of lectures that will be given
Mr. Thomas. He is visiting the
island at the invitation of the

British Council to advise and assist ps

mittee on the advice of the Fancy
| Molasses Control and Marketing
4’ Board under the provisions of
O!section 10 of the
yesterday, Tonight at & o'clock 1!Molasses Product

those interested in amateur drama

“WHE MOBILE CINEMA gave
private show at the Lazarett

show will be given on the Parr;
School grounds at St. Lucy. Thi
is for the benefit of residents of
the St. Lucy’s Church area. |

"ro BICYCLES were reported |
missing over the week-end.
One is owned by Chester Walters
of Lodge Road, Christ Church, and
the other by R. D. Dear of
Roebuck Street. Dear’s is valued
40.00 and Walters’ $35.00. The
‘ormer was removed from a pave-
ment in Broad Street

LIVER GRIFFITH, alias “Joe

Lord”, of Mansion Road, Bush
Hall, is at present held by the
Police in connection with the}
dynamiting at Bush Hall early on
Saturday morning.

ADELIN LAYNE of Silver |
Hill, Christ Church, reported :
that her house was broken and!
entered last week and $51.60 in

cash taken.

LARENCE KNIGHT cf Wilcox, |
4 Christ Church, fell into the
gully at Bridge Road on Saturday ;
and injured his head. Knight)
was riding a bicycle along Bridge |
Road towards Welches Road.
The front wheel struck the left
side of the bridge and Knight went
over into the gully.

OODWILL C. C. met Belmont
in a B.C.L. game at Belmont
on Saturday last and won by one
run and one wicket. Belmont
batted first and knocked up 139. |
aiid scored 57 and Springer |

Goodwill replied with 144, L.
St. Hill 47 and B. Downes 24.
Bowling for Belmont McCarthy
ja for 51 and Springer three
or 59.

In their second innings Belmont |
knocked up 67 and Goodwill made
63 for nine wickets to win the
match. Goodwill is at present
heading the table with 31 points.

ry A CRICKET MATCH played
between Tourists C. C. and
Sussex C. C. which concluded on
Sunday, Tourists won by an
innings and 162 runs.

Sussex won the toss and elected
to bat. They scored only 95 runs
of which L. Brathwaite made 36
not out. For Tourists L. F. Harris
took seven wickets for 32 runs in
just over 11 overs.



Tourists in their first innings} ness”, Mr, Miller is expected to] school and that is reflected in the
knocked up 289 for the loss of}move the passing of an Address | average attendance especially dur-

\

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terday afternoon.
This is the first time a ‘plane
Inset is Capt. “Junior Farfan



FIRST

ON

has landed on the new runway.

pilot of the plane.



BARBADOS ADVOCATE

NEW RUNWAY



touched down on the new runway at Seawell yes-

$15,000 Will Be | H.£. Visited 3 Elementary
Schools Yesterday

MT. TABOR MIXED SCHOOL, situated in St. John on a

Asked For Wesley
Hall To-day

BOTH houses of the Legislature
will meet to-day. One of the Reso-
lutions which the Legislative
Council will be asked to concur
in, is for the provision of $15,000
to effect repairs to Wesley Hall
Junior School.

hill 730 feet above sea level

with the church in the centre.

is housed in two airy buildings
One building, the main one,

houses the infants and seniors, while the other is occupied

by the juniors.

This is one of the three schools
hich the Governor accompanied
by the Assistant Director of

Another Resolution is to ap- | Education visited yesterday, the
prove the allocation of the balance! Other two being St. Augustine’s

of the stabilisation fund fixed on
the 2lst of September, 1950, by
the Governor-in-Executive Com-

Barbados Fancy
ion and Export
Act, 1937.

Among other matters the Coun-
cil are expected to deal with are:
Bill to provide for

Girls’ and Boys’.

The Advocate also visited these
schools yesterday .
Tabor found all the classes hard
at work with their particular sub-
jects. Class 7 was doing geo-
metry, classes five and six scrip-
ture, while a group of gifts from
class five were doing domestic
science.

In the infant school adjoining
the main building, the children
were doing reading and writing,

the im-| while in the Junior School, the

portation into the Island free of | children were engaged in geo-
duty for a period of one year,| graphy, arithmetic and reading.

goods
Cotton.

made from Sea _ Island

Bill to provide for the Manage-
ment, Control and Supervision of
the Seawell Airport.

Bill to authorise the Highway
Commissioners of Christ Church
to increase the travelling allow-
ance payable to their Inspector of
Highways.

Handicraft

In the main building, there
were many articles of handicraft
including needle work, knitting,
socks, baskets, jumpers and baby
coats which were all made by the
girls of classes five, six and
seven.

The Governor after inspecting
the classes and chatting briefly
with the teachers and some of the
pupils, stopped to have a look at

Bill to authorise the Highway the handcraft work and showed

| Commissioners of Christ Church | 8Teat

to pay a gratuity to James Hart
and Albert Beckles out of High-
ways funds; and a Bill to author-
ise the Vestry of the parish of
Saint Philip to raise a loan not
exceeding £5,000 to repair the
Parish Chureh, Chapels and Paro-
chial Buildings of the said parish.

In the House

is expected to move the second

reading of a Bill to provide for| occupies 350 pupils was built in
the Establishment of a Corporation} 1836 whereas the junior school

interest especially with a
jumper made by one of the girls.

M =. A. Graham who was
headteacher of the school from
1944 said that when he was first
appointed, he was in charge of the
boys’ school only which had about
180 on the roll. When the schools
were mixed in 1948 there were
350 and since then the numbers
had increased to 426, 215 boys and
211 girls with a staff of eight
assistants, five males and three

|. To-day in the House, Mr. Adams | females.

The main school which now

to be known as the Natural Gas! with 176, was built in 1875. Since
Corporation, for the functions and) those days, many additions had
duties of the Corporation, for the | been made to the schools.

acquisition by or transfer to it of
undertakings, rights and property
and to make compensation there-
for and
ed with the matters.

First item on the Order Paper
to be dealt with, is the Bill to pro-

Science Room Added
In 1935 a building was added

for purposes connect-|to the front of the main school;| boxes,

one part is projected as the domes-
tie science room and the other
part is used as a workshop.

In 1948 the infant section was

vide for the regulation of Public} also added, but the roof was blown

Utilities.

The Bill was read a second time} This building was an open one

on August 22 and referred to a
Select .Committee.

Dr.
House into Committee on the Bill

to amend the law relating to per-| craft, but there-is not as much
sons of unsound mind and for] handicraft as formerly owing to

purposes connected therewith.

The House may resume the de-| yesterday was only 332. The school
bate on the second reading of a|is in the midst of an agricultural
Bill to amend the Dog License Act, | district and children who come

1902.
Under “Private Members Busi-

nine. wickets before declaring. | to the Governor relating to Tuber-
W. Greenidge made 59, R. Hutch-| culosis.

inson 30, H. Sealy 42 and’ F.
Hutchinson 49.

| In their second innings Sussex| move the passing of an Address | which is also situated on a hill and

|
|

could not stand up to the bowling
attack of L, F. Harris and R.
Hutchinson. They were all bowled
out for 32 runs. Harris took six
for 11 and Hutchinson three for
11.



Decision Reversed
THEIR Honours Mr. G. L. Tay-



| the establishment of

Mr. Garner is also expected to

relating to the teaching of Negro
History in Schools.

Mr. Brancker may also move the
passing of an Address requesting
a Court of
Criminal appeal.



Cuke For Grenada

Cummins may move the]-work at the school, there are acti-

off during the hurricane of 1949.

























and has since been repaired and
enclosed.
Apart from the regular class

vities like gardening and wood-

inadequate staff.
The attendance at the school

from about thirteen or fourteen
plantations where their parents
work, find it difficult to attend

ing the last term of the school
year.

At St. Augustine's Boys’ School

is very airy, the children looked
all comfortable in their class-

rooms. <
Infant School

In the Infant School which is
cn the bottom floor, there were
, 31 children present yesterday and
| some of them were doing a short
{transcription lesson while others
were doing formation of letters.

The Governor shortly after his
arrival at the school, inspected

| seripture and arithmetic,

was doing writing and spelling and
the other two were doing an
En,lish lesson on Shakespeare's
Hamlet which most of them saw
at the Globe last Saturday.

In the nutrition department Mrs.
Edwards was preparing the mixing
of powdered milk and biscuits for
the afternoon meal and in this
she was assisted by six boys of the
senior school,

Large Playyreund

Two of the three cupboards in
this department were built by the
boys in the workshop. These
boys are chiefly engaged in
carpentry and also do a
basket making.

There is also a large garden at
the back of the church and a fairly
large playground, but this is on
a steep slope.

Mr. Moore said that he was the
fourth headmaster of the school
which was built in 1888. There
are four assistants and 185 pupils
on the roll, but only 135 were
present yesterday.

About half a mile from the St.
Augustine’s Boys’ School, is the
Girls’ School which is in quiet
surroundings away from the road.
It is a compact building with 214

pupils on the roll. Yesterday
there were only 164 children
present.

The Acting headmistress is Mrs.
E. V. Nicholls and with her four
assistants cope with the care of
the children from 9 a.m. until 3

Yesterday, the infants were
having a conversation lesson after
which they did free activity. Class
one did physical training and
arithmetic, class two reading and
arithmetic while the seniors did

Girls’ Handwork
Quite a bit of handwork done
by the girls of the school was seen
in the top right hand corner of the
building and this included match
rugs, pot holders and
scarves, tufted wool work, artificial

flowers, plain sewing and em-
broidery.

In the gallery of the building
looking on to the smal! playfield

where there are no trees for shade
is the nutrition department in
which the daily milk and biscuits
are prepared for the children.
Lunch time at St. Augustine’s
Girls’ is a rather dull period com-
pared with other schools in the
city. Most of the children leave
fhe premises for their lunch and
only about two dozen remain.
The luncheon period is from 12
to 1 and at 12.30 a bell is rung
which notifies the children that

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CUKE-SKINNER CASE
BEFORE WEST INDIAN
. COURT OF APPEAL

Hearing Continues To-day

* RE-TRIAL of the Cuke-Skin

by the West Indian Court of Appeal at its last sitting here
was begun in the Court of Common Pleas before His Honour
the Chief Judge, Sir Allan Collymore and a Special Jury

yesterday.

“Geologist” |
| Brings Horses

|

FIVE horses came to Barbados}
on Saturday evening by the Har-|
rison Liner Geologist, They were |
Burns, Doldrum, Aberford, High
and Low and Demure.

Burns, a six-year-old stallion,
has been imported for breeding.
It is unlikely that it will race
here, It is at the Hon. J. D.
Chandler’s stud farm at Todds,
St. John.
| The two-year-old Chestnut
Filly “Doldrum” belongs to Mr
Norman Inniss. It will be train-
ed by the Hon. V. C. Gale, M.L.C,
Aberford and High and Low are
owned by the Barbados Turf
Club. Aberford is a Bay Colt and
High and Low is a Chestnut Filly.
They are the consolation horses
to be drawn for, during the No-
vember Sweeps

The other horse, Demure, has
come down for Mr. S. A. Walcott,



Antigua Fund

The Advocate Co., Ltd.
yesterday forwarded to the
Colonial Secretary, Antigua
$13.02 collected by the Man-
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B.W.I. Govts.
Name Curacao
Delegates

PORT-OF-SPAIN.

British Guiana, British Hon-
duras, Jamaica, the Leeward
{slands, and the Windward

Islands have appointed delegates
to the fourth West Indian Confer-
ence in Curacao. ,

They are as follows:

BRITISH GUIANA—Dr. G. M. Gon-
salves, and Dr. C. B. Jagan, both Elected
Members of the Legislative Council.

BRITISH HONDURAS—Hon, H. C, Ful-
ler and Hon. J. A. Smith, (both Member?
of the Legislative Council.)






JAMAICA—Hon. L. C. Bioomfield and
the Hon. A. M. W. Douglas, (both Mem,
bers fo the House of Representatives,) are
deiegates, and Mr. E. R. Richardson,
i’rincipal Assistant Secretary and Mr
J. Wright, Acting Director of Agriculture,
have been elected as advisers.
LEEWARD ISLANDS—Hon. 8 7
Christian, O.B.E., First Elected Member
Antigua of General Legislative
Council, and Hon, M. H, Davis, First
Elected Member for St. Kitts-Nevis of
General Legislative Council.
WINDWARD ISLANDS—Hon, J, B,
Renwick (Grenada), Elected Member of
the Legislative Council, and the Hon
hk. A, C, Hughes (St. Vineent), Nomi-
nated Member of the Legislative Council.
The adviser is Mr, M, A, Hanschell (St
Vincent), Agricultural Superintendent.

What’s On Today

Meeting of Legislative Coun-
cil at 2.00 p.m.

Meeting of House of Assem-
bly at 3.00 p.m.

Meeting, Board of Manage-
ment, Barbados Cricket

\ Association, Kensington at
4.15 p.m.

Mobile Cinema, Parry School
Pasture at 7.30 p.m.
















i
tuey have another half hour to go.
Writing in the Visitors’ Book,
the Governor stated that he had
enjoyed his first visit to the school
and noticed a happy atmosphéfe
spite of the cramped accom-
modation.

Demure was a winner in Ireland. | Sargeant

ij cal expenses.

case to the jury yesterday, ex-





















PAGE FIVE



-2t ask for

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ner action for damages ordered



The action was brought in the
Court of Common Pleas by Arden
St. C. Cuke against Clifford Skin-
ner in February last year claim-
ing damages for injuries received
to his knee cap as the result of
a collision on Colleton Road. St
Lucy. between his car, L.11 and
Skinner's car, L.4
Date of the
vember 7, 1947
Cuke at the time of the collis-
ion was manager of Pickerings
Plantation, St. Lucy. He is now
manager of Bulkeley's Dairies, St
George. Skinner is manager-
owner of Colleton Plantation,

In the Court of Common Pleas
last year the jury awarded Cuke
£1,500 general damages and
£4 3. 7. special damages. Skin-
ner appealed to the est Indian

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Court af Appeal who sent the
case back for re-trial.

Mr. D. H. L. Ward is appear-
ing for Cuke instructed by Messrs
Hutchinson & Banfield, while
Skinner is represented by Mr.
W. W. Reece, K.C., instructed by



Messrs Carrington & Sealy.

Evidence yesterday was given
by Dr. Gerald Manning. by Cuke
Bancroft, ubrey D.
Farnum and Skinner. Further
hearing of the case is set down
for to-day.

The plaintiff Cuke is alleging
that Skinner so negligently man-
aged and drove his car that he
came into collision with his
(Cuke’s) car.

Particulars of negligence were
that Skinner did not keep on hig
left and proper side, that he fail-
ed to apply his brakes to stop
the car before it collided with
Cuke’s, and that he failed to
keep a proper look-out.

The personal injuries Cuke |
complained of was the breaking !
of his right knee cap. and other
minor cuts and bruises. Special
damages were claimed for medi-

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the negligence complained of, or
of any negligence at all, that the
alleged injury or any injury was
caused by any of the acts or mat-
ters complained of, and that if
the plaintiff suffered any injury
as alleged that the plaintiff was
guilty of contributory negligence,
and would and could by the exer- }
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Massey Harris | |‘: °""

” Beetroot;
” Mixed Vegetables
Bottles Stuffed Onions;

” Cocktail Onions;

” Heinz Vinegar;

” Worcestershire Sauce;
be Tomato Ketehup;

Tins Peas, ,
(42 B.H.P.) ” ch ih Tota- |
Also available with Steel Wheels and Half Tracks (For Ploughing) : cooking Buter, Cheese

ge ADDITIONAL SHIPMENT DUE SHORTLY.



STUART & SAMPSON
COURTESY GARAGE LTD.

White Park Road. — (ROBERT THOM. LTD.) — Dial 4391 Headquarters For Best Rum




TILL SHOOT AS SOON AS THEY RIDE
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BEERS teen ||| .(aewesaasas _— oe) See Ct ti‘za ce 88S
HIRED- HE'S CERTAINLY Saou ia \ (a) West Indian Photographers
WANT ANY?”
yy (b) To advertise the West Indies to the West Indies.
peaaee \\ (1) Judging will be by a panel comprising two

well known Barbadian photographers and 2
Y the Editor of the Barbados Advocate, Hi ze 25.00

Kd (2) Prizes will be awarded on a basis of
K (a) Excellence of photography.

}) a (b) Originality and Uniqueness of subject. rd
» ae e.g. photo of Mont Pelee, Souffriere, Brim- 3 E R ize $15.00

stone Hill, ete. would get special marks for
interest






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RIP KIRBY Te j (3) Sinee the intention of the Competition is to |
' Pe eee eae it of ‘is die : y } obtain a large number of exeellent photo-
™ o 4 ( YOwR RETURN WAS W'OST TIMELY, MANGLER Es ¢ graphs for exhibition at the Barbados Muse-
MR. KIRBY,..I PRESUME YOU L um, subject matter must be confined to
HEARD OF THE BURGLARY ») scenes or objects of historical or other im-
LAST NIGHT? \ 4 portance.

ere 2 » i Bue) east eas rh a cn te OOM VLE SES CL S45 5 cure iota Sa Td Cones ea cs
YES... » (4) The exhibition is primarily intended to ad-
YOu HAVE \ vertise the West Indian Islands and com-
CALLED IN THE 7] petitors should at all times consider this

») objective. VSO P VME S hie UN 6 bse 8.655 VE 4 STR ESV eelce dat eink
(5) Anyone of any nationality residing in any

of the British Territories in the Caribbean or wee cece eecessesuueuusssscuesecuccceneecece

in any of the Dutch, French or American

territories, may compete by enclosing the
' attached coupon.

(6) Prize money will be paid in B.W.I. dollars.

(1) Photographs must be not less than 8” x 10" J cee eee ees
on mat surface.

(8) Entries must be received at the Bditcr’s
Office, 34 Broad Street, Barbados, not later
1a than Ist, November, 1950. r












BE SO JUMPY# WE'RE IN THE
CLEAR NOW. MAN, | WANNA HAVE
A LOOK AT OUR DOUGHS
TWO MILLION++



, ST@s DON'T LIKE THEM TOM-ToMs!
\ 'T KNOW WHAT THEY'RE
CHATTERIN ABOUT. BUT |

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(9) All photograph submitted will become the RTT Tete te eseseceesecesens eaMedenlge shh 44 ob
roperty of the Barbados Advocate and may i) agree to the conditions and rules of the Advoctste

exhibited at the Barbados Museum. Photo Competition as advertiséd above and submit {
the following entty shown:


















FHOTICE How. ALAW,YOU'RE IMAGININ’ |
THOSE BLAGIED \, THINGS, SLIM. WHV
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(10) Any photographs repro-
duced in the Barbados Ad-
cate willbe paid for at the
rate of not less than $2.40
and not exceeding $5.00
B.W.I.

(11) The Barbados Advocate
reserves the right to ask
for the loan of the negative Pee eee eee bei eens eevee POETS eee dee ceercensessene
or as an alternative, a
glossy enlargement of any

photo which they are going

to reproduce.







TUESDAY, OCTOBER 17, 1950

CLASSIFIED ADS.

TELEPHONE



‘DIED

ARMSTRON — EMILE MAUDE.
might at her residence, “
Hastings.
late
the Westbury Cemetery.

Maude Armstrong, Donald Armstrong.

Marie Armstronz

bas!

Her funeral will jeave her
residence at 4.30 this evening for





WANTED
HELP

—_
A_GIRL fer Grocery Department.—Geo.

Cc. Ward & Co., St. Lawrence.
15.10.50.—7n.

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17.10.50

re | Se reEEEEnaREnTIEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEE

CHAILENOKR — At “Buckden” >t . re
Joseph on Monday afternoon

ROBERT RICHAPD EDGCUMBE

His funcral will take place at 4.30
this afternoon at St. Georges
Church where friends are invited.

p.m.

No flowers by request.

“Those that Seek Me Early Shall Find
Me."



——_—_———_—__.
“AN roe ene

quired. Please neon

D. V. Seott & Co. -

original testimonials un

to
Do_ not send
subsequently
requested.”
= pil ieee 2 5 iat Eee states tr 10.50—T.F.N.



~STENO-TYPIST — Expétienced Steno-
typist for our Kone
Apply with 2 veto wo. fre
Ce. Ltd.,
IN MEMORIAM > oe thie.
In loving memory of my dear son
RUDOLPH SCANTLEBURY, who /eii MISCELLANEOUS
asleep on 17th October, 1949.
There is a dear face missing LAMPS — 1 or 2 Electric Floor Lamps.

A dear voice that is still
A place is vacant in our home
That never can be fill

The flowers we place upon your griive

Have withered and d
But his memories
In our hearts from day to .day
Ever to be remembered—

will always linger

Good condition. Phone 4580,
15.10, 50—2n .

To purchase a second-hand bicycle
call Bryant Rogers 8352.
16.10. 50—2n

MRS. ROSE, Minster House, Marinc











Muriel Scantlebuny (mother), Patricia} Gardens, would like a PAYING GUEST
Griffith (daughter), Susan Grifith| Charming House and Gardens $28.00
(grandmother), Irene Griffith (aunt),}a week. Breakfast, Tea and other
Osear Griffith (nephew) meals $1.20. Telephone 2738
17.10.50—In. 17,10, 50—2n
FOR SALE ; .
PUHLIC SALES
‘AUTOMOTIVE

CAR One (1)
Car 1938 Model. Apply to Mr
Conney c/o Plantations Ltd. Broad St.
Dial 4534. 17.10.50——2n.

CAR — Willys in good working order
License to 3lst May 1951. Reason tor
selling, owner has new car. Apply C.
B. Jones, Top Rock Garage, Dial 8432.

14.10, 50—2n.

CARS — 2 Vauxhall 14 Saloons. Both
Bargains. 1 Ford V-2 1940, 37,000 miles
very good condition at reasonable price.
FORT ROYAL GARAGE Lid. Telephone
4504. 13.10. 50—3n

CAR — Sunbeam Talbot (1941), Good
condition. Apply: 4 Clifton Terr. Bay
14,10, 50—1.f.n

12 H.P. Vauxhall





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15, 10.5 60.— tn.
“CANDA VAPOUR RUB”



"te
Head Colds, Chest
Colds, Coughs, Hoarseness and Throat
Irritation, also is excellent for
bites ete. KNIGHT'S LTD
17,10.50—n

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commended for

insect

N, Me

AUCTION

I will offer for sale Public Com-
petition at my Office VICTORIA STREST
on TUESDAY 2th et 2 p.m. the dw-ti-



ing house called fon sea}
standing on lands of GRAEME HALL
at WORTHING, CHRIST CHURCH
house contains open verandah, drawing,

dining, 4 bedrooms, W.C, Bath, Electric

light, enclosed yard. For inspection

and terms of sale apply: Dial 2947.
R. ARCHER McKENZIE,
Auctioneer.

17,.10.50—in



UNDER THE IVORY HAMMER









ENTRANCE EXAMINATION

GIRLS’ FOUNDATION iCHOOL

An Entrance Examination for the
School Year January—July 1951 will be
held at the 1 on October

1050, at '9.30" an. "Applications: Swill be

received up to



1,000 BAGS OF RICE
COME

A thousand bags of rice came
here from British Guiana yester-
Gay by the 72-ton schooner “Eme-
line.”

The “Emeline” also brought’ 400
bags of charcoal and 96 tons of
firewood.

Also arriving with cargo was
the 44-ton schooner “Belqueen”
from St. Vincent. It brought 620
bags of cope and quantities of
arrowroot fresh fruit.

“SUNA TAKES
FANCY MOLASSES

The 4,290-ton S.S. “Sunavis”

29

was in yesterday taking a
load of 1, a of fancy
molasses for Montreal.

The “Sunavis” is expected to
complete loading today and leave
during the eng, for Canada.
It is one of the ships operating
under the Saguenay Terminals
Line.

LOSI & FOUND
LOST

WALLET — Containing money wma
papers valuable only to owner on "Bus
between Hastings and Black Rock oe-
tween 6 and 6,15 p.m. yesterday. Finder
rewarded on returning same to R. Bel-
grave, Hotel Royal, Hastings.

17,10,50—1n,.

a2



'

[PUBLIC NOTICES

NO CREDIT NOTICE
NEITHER the Captain nor the Agents
will be responsible for any debt or
Gebts incurred by any member or mem-
bers of the crew of the British ship
M.V. Mory Sweeney now in port,
W. COOPER (Capt).







K. R. HUNTE & CO. Ltd., Agents.
13.10.50—3n.
NOTICE

“SEALED tenders for the replacement
of the ceiling of the St. Philip's Parish
Church will be received by the under-
signed up to the 28th October 1950. tn-
formation on the type of material re-
quired for this work can be obtained
from_the Church Warden, D. D. Gar-
ner Esq., Marchfield, St. Philip

W. U. GOODING,









piece or parcel of land situate near
Grazettes Planf/tion in the parish of
Saint Michael and Island aforesaid con-
taining by admeasurement one rood
thirty nine perches or thereabouts
butting and bounding on lands of the
estate of one Alleyne deceased on lands
bf Grazettes Plantation on iands of
T. Payne and others on lands now ar

BARBADOS

Mrs. N. Wight
Wins Ladies’
Golf Spoon

largest field

competed for the
Ladies’ Spoon at the Rockley
and Country Club on
Saturday with Mrs. Margaret
Wight emerging triumphant with
a net 77, Out in 55, back in 52
and with a 30 handicap Mrs.
Wight led Mrs, Keelah King by
one stroke and = Mrs. Win}
McIntyre by two when the final
scores were posted.

Although eleven ladies started
on the eighteen-hole medal-play
test only five managed to go the
distance without losing hope and

The in many

tearing up their cards, refusing
to reveal the extent of ther
disasters along the way. One of

those who stuck it out to the
finish was Mrs, Elizabeth Vidmer
whose 94 actually was the bes!
score turned in. However, play-
,) ing off a 12 handicap, her ne‘
result was 82. The other w:

Mrs. Brenda Wilson with a 102--|

17—85.

However, it wasn't the qualil
of the golf so much as the quan
tity that excited the lady mem-
bers. Not in over a year have
so many entered for a spoon
competition and the interest is
increasing steadily. It would not
be surprising to see fields of
twenty and more competing in
these monthly events before long
as, under the captaincy of Mrs,
Vidmer, the high handicap play-
ers are being encouraged to com-
pete more and more.

Those who shredded their cards
and strew them about the course,
fearful of facing their totals
vere Miss Isabel Lenagan, Miss
Katy Lenagan, Mrs. Eileen Mas-

kell, Miss Winnie Barnes, Miss
Faye Atwell, and Mrs. Lucille
Iversen,

Next Saturday the men will play
their Beer Mug event and already









MAIL NOTICES

Mails for im Guayra and Curacag
the S.S. Geologis: will be closed at the
General Post Ofhee as under:—

Parcel, Registeied and Ordinary Mail
at 9 a.m. on the 17th of October, 1999

Mails for Dominica by
Molly N

the Schoore:

ELECTRICAL Parochial Treasurer, there are more than twenty
ICAL WIRE Cc FITTINGS By instructions received from the in- at Friie entries, This total is expected to
S:— | suran Company, will AL F 71 in "enc
3:029, 7:029, 7:036, 7:044, 7:052, 7:064, | Royal Garage, St. Michael's” Row, on increase en seen
C.T.8. and V.I.R. in ‘similar sizes. | Friday, October 20th (1) 1948 Vauxhall NOTICE entries close on Thursday.
~~ Flexible Galvanised Conduit in ]14 H.P, damaged in accident; (1) 1950
Tere De sult 1% a. Enquire Auto Ford prefect . Damaged by fire. Sale Mirage bos ga i Ran a hte ae
Tyre falgar St. Phone 2696. at pm, ‘erms CASH. ef a ommuna: an ‘oilet n >
14.10. 60-—t.2.n. VINCENT GRIFFITH, Ch: Village, St. Philip; will be re- The Roval Bank
Auctio: ceived by the undersigned up to the e y
ELECTRIC IRONS — Unbeatable 15,10.50.—4n, ot re st 1950, =e ane ee sf
bargain. 5 lb. Electri trac- cations saine, Can be seen from C
tive. fintised “tn” Chroma, eh REAL ESTATE Ch. Warden D. D. Garner Esu., Of Canada
coloured handlés. Only $4.90 each Marchfield, St woe. Goopme. Wi OR et
complete. G. W. Hutchinson & Co. KENMORE — Strathclyde, BRIDGETO : » B.
Ltd. Dial 4222. 17.10.50-3n. | standing on 9,704 feet ae lana Oe parochial ‘Treasurer,
taining verandah, "Drawing and Dining eth an Exchange Rate
REFRIGERA 5 b
cubic toot in erilient” pealiageee tee Seaiae . ™ eee Sar ae ———
veniences including garage. Lawn and )
years old. | $275.00 or nearest offer. | spacious yard surrounded by well kept} QUEEN’S COLLEGE OLD OG aan
Apply Electric Sales and Service Ltd. hedges. Inspection by phoning 2756. * ASSOCIATION
Fhone 4629, 17.10. 50—2n. GIRLS’ A
Cs. Peytoe. 18.19: 80 THERE will be a meeting of the LONDON
— , . " gelling Buying
FU ITUR PROPERTIES—One 18 x 10 house with] Queen’s College Old Girls’ Association v¢ Sight4.7225
cH RN E shed at Holder's Land, Brandon. $800.00] at Queen's College on THURSDAY, 19th | 4.8125 Hea ee ae
AIRS—Sturdy, attractive, Wouden b 4.30 There will be a | 48175 60 * ,
Chairs. in Walnut, Mahogan and | Qne 18 x 10 house at 2nd Avenue, Bay | October, at Peet x + | 4.8225 16/30 45 4.7550
Natural Finish at $5.78 crate a w.| Estate, Beckles Road. $800.00 $300.00 els Mutoh ‘sesinet the present da ais alr625
f th ircha: i x ris an . 1
Hutchinson & Co. Ltd. Pie seat “ anal Shh Balanie montaie’ be pare: Sawa Will all members and those wishing 4.8240 WE ae Aye
: here One property called St. Theresa at| t0 become members please gre ee (Min, 24c,) ‘Sight 4.7750
FURNITURE — Office Equipment open tere Mad eee . of ee * a3 4.8240 we a/-)
Single and Double Ped Steel Desks, pper Hindsbury Roa pply to oe i (Min, 81.) Cable 4.
Foolscap or Leiter Size 4 drawer Fuing| @- Scott, Magazine Lane.” ° "| LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE Coupons 410
Cabinets: Steel Stationery Cupboards; n THE application of ‘Joseph St. Hill, :
rs 4 £ | 4.8240 Bank of Eng-
end other office equipment now obtain Geo: 7950, granted to him in respect
able from stock from T. Geddes Grant| Ville, Opposite 7th Avenue. Inspection) jottom floor of a 2-storey wall building NEW YORK
Ltd., Bolton Lane. Phone 4442. Tretl _ rt Sunday by appointment. | at Flagstaff Gap, Clapham, St. Michael r Cheques on aoe
15.10.50€n 17.10.50—2n | for permission to use ‘said Liguor{ 72 4/10% pr. situs i NO P
License &c., at a board and shingle “i ‘4 Drafts 10 4/10% pr
MECHANICAL shop attached to residence at Tweedside bei mary ”P
TYPEWRITER — One Portable Unde: EDUCATIONAL » corner of Huntes Road, St. | 77,4/10% pr. Cable on
‘me rt Michael. oe ng
PA Tas eek eee: 1 renin, aay ot oxtober 1090.1, yp, Suse Balle we
: McLEOD, Esq., i ‘
13: io. a a Magistrate, Dist. ‘Bre. censahineid itt
TYPEWR — One Standard un-| WACANT SCHOLARSHIPS awe "l AppliGant: ml Cheques on rd
derwood Typewriter. Excellent condt- N.B.-This application will be con- | 5% Pr. Demand Dratis 05%. Br
tion. HOLDER Bros. Swan St. Tel. GIRLS’ FOUNDATION sCnOoOOL sidered at a Licensing Court to tLe Sight Drafts 60.60% "er
319. 13,10.50—t. f. n. ft aseee, re She At ek Cheek ek held at Police Court, District “A”, on | 63.50 pr Cable
lars! r 1 i \ .
MISCELLANEOUS Girls’ Foundation School. Applicants must a oe day of October 1950, | g2% pr. Currency 59.4% pr.
be children of Parents residing in the | LEO! t Spupans S8:1% DF
Parish of Christ Church and who are in watt! Weiot PARIS
Malhrars e PREPARATIONS. _Haliver| straitened circumstances. neat oy Dh srtlanieoan hat cdso rial ORANAMAS
a -; Cofron 12/-. Geo. C. Ward The applicants must be between the
& Co., St. Lawrence. 15.10.50—Jn. | ages of 10 years 6 months and 12 462.50 Demand 477.50
years
BABY’S CRADLE — In good condition| will be hala by ee Healreutens ot ia OFFAL “NOTICE Yee pr Se es, nti
s — In good condition e. y the He: tress at the | », Min: ae
with Seer Ss Ss 0 hool BARBADOS (Min. 25¢,.) Demand (Min, 25e.)
Dial ESS and Senn ae rae on Friday 27th October at 9.30 IN THE SSISTANT COURT are pr. Cable
mi a pte pale Forms of application can be obtained OF APPEAL (Min, 50¢,) ‘oupons 1%% disc,
B’DOS ENGAGEMENT DIARIES —| from the Secretary, W. H. Lacronue” Hil | , (Equitable Jurisdiction) JAMAICA
Months | illustrated by Pictures. Make| ton House, Bey Street. | These forms must | THEOPHILUS Da COSTA ed a, ake.) Demaha oe )
usefu mas presents so secure early furn accompan. iy a baptismal aa . * a5
Special price 2/- each” Obtanabie at certicatl te ten Secretary not later than | TOBIAS LICORISH Defendant J 481.25 # (Min, 25¢.)
"S LTD, 4 p.m, on Friday 20th October. von peer of an Order in this (Min, 50c.) Cable
ay NTR urt i e above ti ade on
17.10 oat ws 4 = we. Gov Barty the. isth day of Sctoiper 1950, T give The above Rates are subject to change
BUCKLEY'S PREPARATIONS, Cough Girls’ Foundstiva Ga notice to all persons having any estate, | Without notice,
Mixture 87c.; White Rub 55c.; Nezine 65c. | 8.10.50—8n, | right or interest in or any lien or
Kams 15e. Geo. C. Ward & Co. " incumbrance affecting all that certain

DOOR MATS—Fibre Door
several designs and sizes,
$2.27 up. G.
Ltd. Dial 4222.

Mats in
Prices from
W. Hutchinson & Co

17.10, 50—§n









ll neers & a witnesses, documents and vouchers, to
FIRE-WOOD in stove jen e examination. be exemined by me on any Tuesday,
per 100 Ibs., and Sen an hes. Parents or Guardians aécompanying | cr Friday between the hours of 1”
Apply — Dover. 8131, . their daughters of wards are hereby noti- | (noon) and 3 o'clock in the afternoon,
fled that thete is no accommodation for|s! the Office of the Clerk of the
HORNER'S PREPARATIONS. Maltle- them at the on the date of the | Assistant Court of Appeal at the Court
vol 8/-; Carnol 5/-; Calsol 16/8; Magsol ext ination the examination of | Hfouse, Bridgetown, Wefore the ith
7/+; Infantol 5/-. Feronol & Feronol F. its until they leave | day of December 1950, in order that
Geo. C. Ward & Co. 15.10.50,—7n. the such claims may be ranked according
W. H. ANTROBUS, to the nature and priority thereof
ONE LIQUOR LICENCE — Apply: Sec. Gov. \y, respectively; otherwise such persons
Walter Mayers, Cherry Grove, St. John Girls’ Foundation School. will be precluded from the benefit ot
17.10,50—2n 8.10.50—Sn. the said Decree, and be deprived of all
“ROCA RAbDE eee Wade nk Rion clrimed on or against the said property
— Never been used irsants are also notified that they
For sale, price $10.00. Telephone 229% ‘PUBL NW tend the said Court on Wednes-
“Macrae” 15.10, 50—2n. IC OTICES tay, the 27th day of December 1950, at
le o'clock a.m, when thelr claims will
On br Balen oe Cod Liver be ranked :
- Sulmefrin alcium Gluconate. Given under my hahd this 13th day
Glycerine Suppositories 3/6 —Geo, C. MRS. LEVITT of ‘October 1959
Ward & Co, 15.10.50.—7n. begs to announce that the 1. V. GILKES,
—_————— r. Clerk of the Assistant Court
SALE — Among other items we sell MAYFAIR BEAUTY SALON -” e " “of Appeal.
Khaki at 50c. per yd. ROYAL STORE. | Will be man nthe ee. ei TT aa ee
14.10.50 a ne noi
eit clteleeiabs pias wh Seal Pruee The opening date will be announced OFFICIAL SALE
SHIRTS—2,000 Men's Shirts of guaran-| !#ter. 17.10,50—1n
teed wearing quality at $2.00 and $2.40) ——-———————_-——- | parRapos

each. ROYAL STORE. 12.10.50—7n,























, BUNGALOW — Fully
bedroom Bungalow
cool locality 2'%

furnished
built

Applicat for
SHIRTS & PYJAMAS — Boys’ and 2 for Gir * (Equitable Jurisdiction)

Men's Shirts and Pyjamas ordered and bier tee ot oo hee THEOPHILUS Da COSTA SMALL
Measure can be delivered within four| School, will be received by me not AP lointitt
hours. SHIRT FACTORY. later than 20th October. TOBIAS LICORISH .....,. Defendant
2.10,50—~Tn. Parents of applicants must be parish- NOTICE is hereby given that by
————— | joncrs in straitened circumstances | V’rtve of an Order of the Assisiant
TRUNK-—Steel reinforced. dust proof | Ages of applicants between 11 and | ¢urt of Appeal dated the 13th day of
Made in U.S. 40 x 23 x 14. Price $40 | years. October 1950, there will be set up for
“Dawson”, 5th Avenue, Belleville W. U. GOODING, taié to the highest bidder at the Offic:
17.10,.50—1n, Parochial Treasurer, oi the Clerk of the Assistant Court of
acerca ae St. Philip. | Appeal at the Court House, Bridgetown
TORCH LIGHTS — Two Cell “Toren 11.10.50—6n. | between the hours of 12 (noon) a4

Lights complete with batteries Black —._—_. | 2 o'clock in the afternoon on Frid
and e cases, Oniv $1.17 each NOTICE the 29th day of December 1950, pil
G. W. Hutchinson & Co. Ltd. Dial that certain piece or parcel of land
17.10. 50—3n “SEALED Tenders for the erection] situaie near Grazettes Plantation 1
Miler of a Pavilion and Community Hall at| ihe parish of Saint Michael and Island
o) Is a new remedy for| Ellerton Social Centre, St. George, will} aforesaid containing by admeasurement
Dandruff and other Sealp complaints, - received by me up to 3ist, October,| one rood thirty nine perches or there-
it brings life and lustre to the duiiest | 1950. abouts butting and bounding on lands
Hair and aleo combines its own} Plans and Specifications can be seen|of the estate of one Alleyne deceased
shampeo. KNIGHT’S LTD at Mr. R. B. Moulder's Office at Messrs |e, lands of Grazettes Plantation on
17.10,.80-3n. |. FP. HARRISON & Co., Broad St.,| junds of T. Payne and others on jands
—_ | Bridgetown. Low or late of Edward Seoit and on a
*VOSEMAR" — Would you like to K. MASON, road in common or ‘however else ihe
have wavy heir? Then try ‘Vose- Clerk, Vestry of St. George.” fame may butt and bound and if not
mar” whith is the natural Hair Waver 12,10.50—4n. | {hen sold the said property will be set
Ottainable in tubes and bottles Ti ———=—-—= | up for sale on ever ueceeding Friday
KNIGHT'S Lid. NOTICE between the same heures until the same
4 17.10.50—2n THE WOMEN'S SELF HELP will pe| '* S/d for a sum not less than £83.68
——————— | opening on Friday 27th October. Mem- Dated this isth day of October 19%

FOR RENT bess are asked to bring in their work | vet oi Vi, GILKES,
from Monday 23rd lowers will | Ag. Clerk of the Assistant Ny oye
reer o PP

newly

miles from town.

Available for 9 period of 12 months from}

Ist. December. Inspection by appoint
ment. Phone 4476
15.10. 30—fin
‘BEVERLY’ The Garrison. Praw
ing and Dining room; 4 bedrooms; 1
with bathroom attached — Play room,
Preakfast room Modern Kitehen «ic
all conveniences. Tennis Lawn, Spaciou
yard with fruit trees. Garages Ser
vants’ rooms tec. Dial 8372
15.10 .50—3n






UPSTAIRS FLAT—Fr
1950, at
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Lower
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the Headm:
fed by





monial
school attended by the

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8 years and id de years on Se ok ths ante od







tions 4 Vestry Exhibitions.





be accepted before the morning of the

27th, Consignors wil! be paid as usual

on Friday 27th. Subscriptions $1.00
17,10. 50—tn



NOTICE
APPLICATIONS ‘accompanied by bap-
tirmal certificate) will be received at
my office up to 3 p.m. on Friday, 20th
| October, 1950, for one or more vacant
*| Christ Church Vestry Exhibitions tenable
at the Girls’ Foundation School.
4 Applicants mist be daughters of
$} Parishioners in straitened circumstan-
-| ێs, and mitst not be legs than ten
years six months or more than twelve
| years on the date of the examination
Candidates must present themselves
for examination to the Headmistress at
Foundation School on Friday
2)| 27th October at 9.30 a.m
Application forms must
| from my office



be obtained
WOOD GODDARD
Clerk of the Vestr
} Christ Ct

7 eS crepes ean, ee
a

late of Edward Scott and on a road 11
common or however else the same may
butt and bound to bring before me an
eecount of their seid claims with their






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a\ 2.30 p.m. ch the 17th of October,
1950

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In Carlisle Bay
Sch. Cyel#rama ©O.; Sch. Lochinvar 8
Sch. Emmanuel C. Gordon; Sch. Cyril

E. Smith; Sch. Zita Wonita; Sch Enter-

prise; h. Burma D. Sch. Everdene;
MV Star, Seh. Franklyn D. R.;
Seh. Mary E. Caroline; Sch. Molly «
Jones and Sch. Philip H. ison .
ARRIVALS.

SS. Sunavis, 4,290 tons net, Cap
Coles, from Trinidad

S.S. Camadian Challenger 3.935 pons

net, Capt. Clarke, from Montred!

Parsons, for St. Lucia.

Sch. Wonderful Ceunsellor, 38 tons net,
Capt. Alexander, for St. Lucia

Sch. Frances W. Smith, 74 tons net,
Capt. Hassell, for British Guiana

In Touch With Barbados
Coastal Station

CABLE and Wireless (West Indies)
lad. advise that they can now commu-
| nicate with the following ships througn
| their Barbados Coast Station:

S.S. Swainby; S.S. Oliverbank; S.S
| Trajanus; S.S. Orestes; S.S. Sunavis;
S.S. Orinoco; S.S. S, Paula; 5.5. Cap-
tain John; S8.S. Empire Victory; 5.5
Salinas; S.S. Kern Hills; $.S. Qutimes;
S'S. Florida; S.S. Ragunda; 8.8. Gol-
fito: S.S. Balaena; §.S. Fort Towhs-
hend; SS. Eptaisso; S.S. Mont Everes

Seh, Emeline, 72 tons net, Capt
Clarke, from British Guiana

Sch. Belqueen, 44 tons net, Capt
| King, from St. Vincent.
| S&S. Geologist, 3,620 tons net, Capt
it cama. from Liverpool

DEPARTURES

M.V. Lady Jay, 46 tons net, Capt
Dombrei, for Cayenne

Sch. Lady Noeleen, 41 tons net, Capt
Noel, for Dominica,

M.V. Lady Joy, 46 tons net, Capt.
|

S.S. Seya; 5.5. Frances; 5.5. Portu
gal; S.S. Emanuel; S.S. Leeds City,
R.F.A. Gold Ranger; $.5. Dolores; 5.5
Yamhill; $.S. Stella Marina; S.S. Ionean
Leader; S.S. Springwave; S.S. Solon;
S.S. Mormachite; 8.8, Cham; §$.8.

Fort
8.8

Branita; S.S. Mormacsaga; 8.8
Mercer; S.S. Leuritis Swenson;



GOVERNMENT NOTICE

Diesel Mechanic—Seawell Airport
APPLICATIONS are invited for the post of Grade “A” Diesel

Mechanic at Seawell Airport.

Applicants should have a thorough knowledge of Diesel Bngines

and will be required to pass a test.

The post is temporary and termMinable by a month's notice on

; either side. Remuneration will be

the | rates fixed for Grade “A” Mechanics.

Applications stating age and qualifications should be submitted
to the Manager, Seawell Airport, from whom further information may
be obtained, not later than the 21st October, 1950.

CHANCERY SALE



‘ties will be set up for sale at the Registratiot
n between 12 (noon) and 2 p.m,
below, [f not then sold, they will be sét up on

Place and during the same hours until sold.

The undermen' nr ieetdont
Office, Public Bulainey & idgetow:
and on the date specified
succeeding Friday at the same
particulars on application to me.

CHARLES HOLMAN WILLIAMS, SYDNBY JOHN ALBERT W
HOLMAN EUGENE WILLIAMS, all acting herein by Dave
one of their constituted Attorneys — Plaintiffs

ERNEST DEIGHTON MorrLry — Defendant
(1) ALL THAT certain piece or parcel of land_ situa
Road in the City of Bridgetown and Island of Bar!
admeasurement twenty-five bunaiees and eighty-six square fee
or thereabouts Abutting and bounding on lands of one Millicen’
Mary's Girls’ Sehool on lands of one Cummins or
Mason ‘Hall Street on lands of Keren Hewitt and on Baxters Rone

PROPERTIES:
by

Knight, St,

or however else the same may abut and bo Toge' ith
the Svpinehouay thereon erected and all and singu!
the buildings and erections on the said parcel of land erectec

and built standing and being with the appurtenances;

Upset Price: £1,337. 10. 0.

and (2) ALL THAT certain piece or parcel of land situate at Cheap
side in the City of Bridgetown and Island of Barbados
by admeasurement nineteen hundred and

or thereabouts Abutting

J. E, Mason Louis Bert on lands of the
{ F. N. Hall and on the public

wever else the same may abut a
with the messuage or dwell!

now or late
side Road or Tho
other the

erected one a

Date oe Bates ah October

Registration Office,
6th October, 1980.

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These vessels have ample space for
erat hard frozen and general cargo,

Cargo accepted on through bills of
lading with transhipment at Trinidad
for Barbados, British Guiana, Windward
and Leeward Istands,

For further particulars apply:-
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Henry Wade; Charlie Maynard; Jorn
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PAGE EIGHT

“Now, this,
according to
the plan
should be
the Grand
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Erats-Unis.’



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. MeComie b Rock ° $
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Campbell b Rock
N. Medford absent ....

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College in their match with

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Y.MLP.C,

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68 and Springer 19 were the
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I'U.I mil BARBADOS ADVOCATE TUESDAY, OCTOBER 11. MM BARBADOS W AOTOftfrc -t 1 TU'MIH>. 1?lh Ortnbcr. Ht5fl PARTY hWf.l It MR. V. against party politic* at <• %  Party Conference ..i IJImk. day is a grave one. Great Britain is still regarded as one of the most politically Mhnno tho world where democrjuc government flourishes as an example fi.i others to follow. If it can be said in Great Britain that party politics constitute a dl istence of the country how much more so is it the case in countries where party politics are in an experimental stage. Barbados may now be said to be suffering from the introduction in 1946 of this form of kiovernment. If it can be claimed that the domination of patty politics and the consequent division of the nation into two halves threatens Great Britain it is so much more dangerous in Barbados whore the numiter of politicians qualified or practised in the art of government is comparatively small. ThenWM a [M-riod in the history of this island when it was our boast that all the people who were qualified to do so not only took an interest in, but twitted in the administration of affairs even if nut in the Legislature, as members of the various statutory boards. To-day many of those who are still willing and qualified are not allowed because of the party system No single section in this community is able to throw up all the men needed to carry on the work of government without support and assistance from others. It is clear that men who boast of the happy combination of honest worth and intellectual attainment will always he in the minor.V. it is the antithesi.v oJ good government to countenance any system which precludes them because of their inability to toe the political line of some party. There are few individuals who will argue that the administration of public affairs by a few whose thought might be geared to the tempo of sectional interests eun be as healthy or as effective as that of all parties working for tho good of all. Yei this If what a parly caucus does. In Barbados it is not in the best interest that there should be party politics. It was pointed out at the time of the introduction of the Bushe Experiment that the people of this island were not ripe for this change. Constitutional development was inevitable because of our educational and social progress but the introduction of "party'' has not proved to be the political boon nor the economic fulcrum which it was supposed to be. Neither hus it increased the sens*. of responsibility of those to whose hanas the conduct of affairs has been committed. -Mr. Churchill might have been speak in;; of Barbados. And it would be well for Barbados to regard conditions in England as a lesson rather than an example. FAIB ? THE London Correspondent of the "Barbados Advocate" stated in his ItpOfl on Saturday that the Barbados Government had informed the West fndia Committee that this island had decided not to participate in the 1951 British Industries Fair. This refusal to take part in a Fair in a year which is also a Festival Year of Britain means that Barbados loses a wonderful opportunity to advertise itself to the world. There might be sound and justifiable reasons for this decision but the general public have not so far been told. It may be that the Barbados Government has decided not to make any further attempts at industrial or economic progress. It may be that it thinks that the advertising of Barbados in London and on an occasion when that advertising will bring the greatest number of people into contact with this island is utterly useless. Perhaps it is thought by the Government that there will in future be no need for capital Investment by outsiders. There might be the most excellent reasons for Barbados not spending money on advertisement in the greatest Fair Britain will have seen since 1851. But the public is entitled to ask why it has not been consulted as to the wisdom of letting this opportunity pass by. Von Strolieini Says 'I'd Have To Sell Laces 9 PARIS ERICH VON STKOHKIM. ii. R anltc-facod porlruyer nf brutal us&ian ofllorr* in *coro* nf silent *riU Ijlknit lllini. and nowadays %  Kr-.ndf.it her, I* ir. rv.i I -11 fr troubl.He has been told by US. aulhorine* thai unless he returns to by December S he will forfeit his us i MasaaMp "And that," von Stroheim said tonight, as he screwed his fare in(rimaow known lo tlinuMinds of fan*, "would render tre a Statelet person. "J cannot return t<> my native %  'hat does not exist any Sipping a whisky vun Stroheim, 63 years old anil Immaculate In a grey lounge suit with the ribbon nl the Legion of Honour m the bUttonboU, discussed the dilemma ot a famous old-time film star who finds that things have changed. Look," he said, "I do not kid myself. I look at facts straight. In i< (L I have had my day. I am the perennial 'iv IBM bnrklnf C..'rm;in officer. II i OsstOrpo man "All if.... bed now. It Is hopelessly old hal Is ll Smart . ? "So if I go nark to the States, what could I do? You know. v. lien n in tha old prosperous days i would nrrar pass one of 1 those chaps selling shoe-laces arid pencils on the slreet corner without dropping ii one-dollar bill on to his tray Wh>! 1 tigur.-d he might be a lug movie producer the following week Well, ir I go back now. it is me who will be selling shoe1 i corn* Pool old von Strohotm, the has bean, 'Sunset Boulevard"? Oh. sure ("Sunset Boulevard' is the film in which old-timer Gloria Swanson has scored a triumphant comeback in films in it. von Si has a small part as a butler i "You think il is smart for me to go back on the chance of getting a few more butler role**" The lfc-a.ll.nc Von SUohelms present troubles stem from an American law. the Nationality Act. passed in IMO. This says that If a naturalised U S dtuaa von Stroheim went to the States in 100V and was naturalised in 1926—stays abroad longer than five years at a lime he loots his citizenship. RIGHT— ICtfoa of Stroheim selling his tocei . Says von Strthoim; What about ofsuM : six-..; in the US. last year, making 'Sunset Boulevard'? They don't take thai into consideration "When 1 got back here they gave me a new passport, but I found it expired on December 3 next That's the deadline Wh.it happens if von decides to stay? "The French might be nice about it and leave me here in peace. The traubta would come if I tried to cross frontiers, say lo go to Rome, to make a picture there Stateless persons have the devil of | time at frontiers. Out. Out. Oul . Mine is a very special trade. A printer, for Instance, can ply bis trade practically all ...-i (ha world. But me, I have Just four places where I can direct Hollywood. Paris, London, Rome "Hollywood is out. London ir practically out because of the Treasury regulittons. If I lose my pnssport. Rome i?, out. Bleak isn't A frosty twinkle showed in hit. eye. "This whole thing probably results from my being too good an actor." he said. "The other kind playing German officers had to get the make-up man to put false sabre-cuts on their faces. This sabre-cut of mi,. Is Ihe real article. "And people hove never.quiU believed that I am just us evil of %  an ii-. I jm on. Strata Mini was bulH up. I got plentv of brickbats believe me. Even the i: S officials have conic to think of me as a neneiny alien. Yes, I of me as on enemy alien—and too well." —L.E S Frau Hohm Puts Rum In Her Tea (It's the cheapest way of keeping warm) VIENNA, In thi.s fabulous city not quite behind the Iron Curtain the shops are stuffed with nylons. Paris scents, elegant gloves and handbag*, fine china urvd RUM. wintering Jewellery. Only sugar is rationed, and the allowance is double the British ration. From caviar to no loud thai vou cannot buy BOUndanUy In lh.* restaurant whenI dined, hors d'oeuvre meant Jellied •rout, slices of goose and gooae liver, rut iii.yonnaiso smoked salmon York ham. scampi and asparagus Bread if you like H thus is snowy white. PrincV* Widow But although Vienna contains %  street named Hlmmelstrasse, which means Heaven Street. It I* a long way from Heaven for the Viennese. 1 went shopping with one of them. Frau Bohm Ii a thin, stooping, drab-coloureii woman. Her real i-nmc appears in the Almanach da Clotha. which records that she is SO. Austrian-born, and the widow of a Polish Prince. However, she came back home to Vienna seven years afO prefers frau to princess. Frau Bohm'N daughter Anny 1 I secretary to an Austrian business executive, draws £12 10s u month, which means Just under £11 after tax has been deducted. This is rather more than the average business girl's wage here On this She and her mother live in a single room in a broad residential Btreet in the British sector of the city They pay their landlady £1 a month—which includes gas and light. Naturally the landlady finds this a bad bargain and grudges having to let the ar njncaai cook one meal a day In hor kitchen But like hundreds of other landladies she cannot get rid of lodgers who were compulsorily billeted under a scheme for homing the bombed-out which ended two years ago, Fares Are Up When Frau Bohm and I went shopping we walked miles Since the new rice in fares which slapped ^dd. on the price of a Vuiin.i ti.im. ir ride Frau Bohm has refused to travel in tramcars. She thinks 3J.o the present price of a one-way ticket to any part of the city. 1* too much. From Evelyn Irons a week they cat fish. Otherwise they eat only vegetables, cheese and cereals with an occasional egg. Inside |he meat market dozens of stalls were hung from eelhog lo floor with a display of Joints which outdid even Paris There were haunches of veal, monster l>ccf and venison. an:l everywhere pork in all shapes and sixes from huge hams to delicate rolls of saw smoked bacon. Geese and chickens and pheasanlo and hares were temptingly outspread The only thing that would remind a British housewife of home was a slab of I'm afraut ttg becoming iNcraaanpig dear that Pilearwtr >* trmnrrammtaUv out oi 'b'lipa'hv irith Ihr Intelltc lual wtno of Ike part*." 'Remember I'm shopping foi two on an Income of less thai: 12. 15s. a week. From that must come a winter coat for my daughter that will cost £14." Cauliflower—:tjd. At the nearby vegetable market we scrutinised all the hlghpned produce stalls before Frau Bohm pounced on a huge cnull. flower and stuffed it into her shopping bag. "Threepence halfpenny." she said. "All the others were fourpence." Then she added one pound of cleanly-washed carrot: (21tL), a quarter of a pound of cream cheese (7d.), one pound of damsons at 5d. and one pound of margarine for Is. 3d. Krau Bohm professes n terror of the Russians but she does not mind getUng a bargain from them. So we walked half a mile in the sunshine past the colossal Soviet Victory Memorial with its green-uniformed Austrian policeman on constant guard and joined a queue of shabby men and women snaking Into a cellar. 'Down here" Frau Bohm whispered Within two minutes a woman asked me to sign the "Peace" Petition. The caBai had u portrait of Stalin on the wall and a huge poster carrying a streamlined scarlet train with the slogan "Onward to Communism" Otherwise the cellar was like an underground village .shop with children", shirts, women's shoes, toothpaste and groceries jumbled behind two counters where assistants smoked cigarettes while serving the customers. Police Manned Frau Bohm was, surprisingly. after rum. "It's SV 6d. elsewhere" %  he sold. "The police can prevent the undenuittng of agreed prices In other .shops but here no Austrian police may enter, and the prices are cut to show how well the Soviets live" TIGHTER BRITONS (By HOWARD Ml Kin i LONDON. MILLIONS of Britons are to-day pruning their family budgets with a multitude of snail economies lo beat the soaring cost of living. Bus, cinema, and cafe receipts have fallen %  'isiuerably. and the economy wave is now having a serious effect on other trades. A survey in London showed that the man l street and his family are effecting these economies as follows : Men are having their hair cut less frequently; cinema visits are cut and cheaper %  fats taken. And since the London bus fares were raised a couple of weeks ago more people are walking short distances to save a .-ouple of cents fare. Workers are eating sandwiches or snacks tn save a cafe meal, or cutting down lunch by going without dessert or coffee. Laundries and builders firms report severe loss of business. They say that men are doing their own house repairs and decorating owing to high labour costs, while housewives, unable to afford a daily maid or expensive laundry bills, are working harder in the home. "One-third of my customers," said J. A Loud, proprietor of a southwest London laundry firm, "have cut down their bundles becaUlH they cannot afford $120 to $1.40 a week for laundry. They now send only large items like blankets and sheets and wash the smalls at home." Cinema managers in all parts of London : report decreasing weekly receipts. M. A. Bowen. manager of a west London suburban cinema, said his receipts had dropped 25 per cent in the past 12 months. "About 60 per cent of our patrons are buying the cheaper seats,'' he added. The London Tranport organization, which '•Derates the subways, bus and trolley-car services throughout the metropolis reported that the passenger figures for August this • ear totalled 346,000.000. slightly more than in August 1949. Receipts, however, had fallen by $170,400, indicating shorter journeys. To save this amount London Transport estimated, I.ondoners walked about 11,000,|000 miles. —f.N.S. Iceland lod at the Ilshmoiigei, but even there you could also i>uy live carp from a tank. Beside these mountains of toon stood tall metal barrels of cooking fat marked "Marshall Aid," The Stars and Stripes label on each barrel read "For European Kecovcry—supplied by U.S.A." To me, translating into English at the official rate or 72 Austrian _. schilUngs to the t sterling atove until th %  evening, and prices seemed so low as lo make keeps oul the chills, nonaense or Frau Bohm's economies. Why did frugal Frau Bohm want rum? "To add to my tea \n winter," she said "Fuel is IO dear that I cannot light the The average price for moot was 2s. 4d. a pound. Geese and chickens were double thai price per pound. Eggs piled everywhere were id. each. Mother and daughter allow But Frau Bohm, snooping UMtBswves meat only once a week (torn stall to stall, searching for —and this was the day. One day the cheapest kidneys, snorted Who besides foreign tourists with favoured exchanges enjoy the plenty in Vienna? Into whose kitchens g-.i the loads of meat and butter sold dally? The city of tew Third Man has a name for these lucky people The name is Sehlurf—Spiv to u* World Copyright Reserved. —Lfc.S No Free Service On Man DOUGLAS, Isle of Man. THE Manx legislature has deleted the rword "free" from their National Health Seri vice. j Under amendments passed to the Isle of Man National Health Act in the Manx legis, lature patients in the future will have to pay their doctor seven cents per form upon which '"free" prescriptions are written. Patients will also have to bring their own I container for medicine to the drug store and pay dentists one-tenth of their account after Ihe lirst pound ($2.80). These amendments have been made to <'u"ect economy. The original estimates of the Mrvioa this year exceeded $2,240,000 for a static population of 50,000. This was sent j back to the Health Board for revision, and eventually a ceiling of $1,680,000 was placed on their expenditure for this year. —LN.S. KING'S GROUSE LONDON. King George VI found the grouse shooting good at Balmoral this year. Tho London Transport organization, which that 6.000 brace of grouse were taken by the King and Royal parties from the time he arrived there until he left October 8. The average was about 150 brace a day—a record for the Deeside Moors area. Most of the grouse were sent to the London markets. Proceeds help to offset the rentals paid for two moors near Balmoral. The Evening Standard also reported that Princess Elizabeth has been stalking deer at Balmoral. Over the week-end members of the Princess' hunting party bagged four deer. Definition Of •• Commonwealth' < Fro %  ii Our Own C"riw*n'ndc"t i LONDON Amonr. il..greetings from Dominion leaders published it: today's iss lK „r the "New Commonwealth (Incorporating the "Crown Colonist"), that hich will Intrigue most readers, perhaps, la the OHO from South Africa's Premier, Dr. Malan. It reads: "South Africa has food reason to welcome the evolution of the Commonwi When my Government took ofUce in 1948. I was glad to be able to aav that we reodily acknowledged the unlqucl> friendly relations between my country and ths members of the Commoi wealth "It Is the deem% %  ' % % % %  • %  Govamment that tin relations shall be long as our co-ope. and fraedooi of •"<> cign Independent State." t 'uiniiM.im.'.ilili Definition Dr. Malan goes on to refer to the contribution "New Commonwealth' can make to tho progress and prosperity of "the Commonwealth or Nations." In his carefully worded message Dr. Malan appnrenti, favours an elastic interpretation of Ihe word "Commonwealth ." %  The confusion that exists as to the use of the word "Commonwealth Is commented upon in tha editorial columns of the new Journal, which proposes to use the one word "Commonwcitlih" the collective noun "for the group of slates, self-iinvi'f. I which His Majesty the King is the Head." ThiB, the writer continues, "will accord the present-day offlci.il usage in the United Kingdom It Is true that 'British Commonwealth.' and 'Commonu Ufa or without the word Views o/ Dr. Malan and Other Premiers 'Iinii-h'. fera terms still required as being .ippropriate. according to circumstances, and Mr. Atlee. the Prime Minister, has stated that there has been no agreement between His Majesty's Governments to exclude the British Commonwealth' or even 'the British Empire Nevertheless. i unit .simpler description Is obviously more suitable today. Since the Colonies, Ufa the self-governing and independent territories, are countries of the Commonwealth. Ihe term "ComnMnwaaltb und atenta gests a grouping which does not exist. Dominions Can Aid Colonies of Stale for the Colonies, Mr. James Griffiths, and %  raon wealth Relations, Mr. C. Gordon-Walker, also have their greetings to the "New Commonwealth" published, ulong with their tribute to the success of Us predecessor, the "Crown Colonist", which confined ttself to Colonial inn, Australia's Premier, Mr. R. G. Menzles. still prefers the old word "Empire". Commending Ihe "New Commonwealth" as a "recognition of the fact that a vital new pattern of relationships between the United Kingdom, the Dominions and the. Colonies Is being formed, "we must l-eep pace", he says, wrtftJ the "tremendous economic. political and social changes that are occurring within the Empire as we advance Into the second part of this century Southern Rhodesia's Premier. Sit Godfrey Huggins. writes "While appreciating the political reasons and necessity for the Colonies being under the leadership of Ihe Colonial Ofllce. I have felt that on ihe economic side this arrangement, albeit unintentionally, has tended to exclude the Dominions from taking an active part in the development or these areas. The Dominions and Colones are. in the end, all members of the same family, and I feel that ihe Dominions are now in a position to make a very real contribution to ihe economic d< eelopment of Die Colonies." In Their National SettiitR m h* 130-odd pages. "New Cmmnnwrnltir maintains the indard of prok: 1 tun Mcttoni ai jieaUng emphasis on the wider Common %  on which the Journal is based Discussing the reason* for this the Editor spualu of the need found tor "putting the picture of Colonial development into its natural Commonwealth setting "Our new initiative on behal Of the 560 million people to whon the Crown Is ihe link." he goes on, "is taken at a time of fresh crisis in the history of mankind. when unity, like patriotism. b> itself Is not enough. 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ANCHOVY SAUCE MARSHMAI.LOWS BARLEY SUGAR MINCE MEAT In BUM. BOXES CHOCOLATES APPLES, ORAPEFRUIT. ORANGES FRUIT IN TINS PEARS PEACHES PINEAPPLE APRICOTS CRAPia HMCHARn ERRIBS RAISINS TELS in Pkfs. THESE I IXi: lU.i.ll.lilll I, mints VEGETABLES IN ma CARROTS SI'INACH CUCUMBERS nnussBL SPROUTS lALLIl-LOWER GARDEN PEAS CUT CELERY UEANS Eorv lo Prepare AUSTRALIAN RABBITS ,38 per lb AUSTRALIAN TRIPE .30 per lb. ONIONS .16 per lb, .SMSCMAE8 — 21b. lin PUCK


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ii l-inV OCTOBER 17, IN* CLASSIFIED ADS. BARBADOS ADVOCATE TELtFHOrlt UM D1KI) AIMIttOK'I — EM 111 %  e n at her reaidenc*. Hi I mere! wil mlng for .' Arkjaj K moss. 11*11 I MM Ai %  ttifWrn" -i Mho f.-*r*. at 1 • m lhi> n(in'ii. ill St George Church i.l.ere nt-.-d. ara invitee. No IMR by i*. Suaan Grift %  grgndtnother'. Irene Orirnth taunl Onear Griffith nephew. FOB SALE AUTOMOTIVE CAB Ona 111 II II P Vau.ruii Car in Modal Apply to Mi N ft.i ronney c.o Plantatloiia Lid Bnud %  %  IXal 4SS4 11 io t'AH Will., m good wonclnf~oroer~ lf*m bi Hit Ma.1F5I Hmuu in elllng. €ir.er ha* new car Apply C B. Jonei. Top Hock Oatilt Dial MSI 14 10 90—Jn CARS 2 Vauxhall 14 Saloon. Boll Bargain. I Ford V-l 1MB I.***, mile I condition a! ELECTRICAL BLKCTHICAI. WIRJC A FITTINI..H % %  %  -. T:0Je. TOO*. 7:061, T.OM. C.T.a. and V I R. In %  imllar >IIM Alao Flexible U.iv.nnnl Conduit IN •lie* '. Inch to I'. Inch Enquire Auto Tyra Co Trafalgar 81 Phong MM 14.19.M— t.t.n. ELXCTH1C IKONS UnoaalaCia bargain s it, Electric Irona attrac lively nniehed In Chromium wiih coloured hand la. Only MM each romplala W. rTnlchlmnn Co Lao". Dial 4X13 17 10 IO.In mPHlGEKATOR —. Ona Marco ft cubic loot in excellent condition, (wo year* old M73 OP i nr.irvl clrei Apply Electric .saleand ServiceUd "'— %  -" IT 10 SO i FL'KMTL'RE CHADS—Bturdv attractive, WouCru Caaire in Walnut, afahogtmy and Natural Puii. W1YTED HKLi* %  •AH ixprmrwcm c quired. I'leaae tlf I* i> V. Scott a Co La rfl.10 M T r N STSNU TYPIST KKpatiac.cad Steno typlal for our OfBee B*Lri 11MD Apply with written aapMcattoa to Th Socratary Dowdirui BaulaA Tradir.f Co Ltd Bay Strati 14 10 10—3n MISCEU.ANEOVS LAMP* — 1 ar S Bacirlr floor Lair p. Good conditloo Phona 4HO IS 10 n-an aarond-hand btryc:. %  nsi w ift.io.p* *" MltS ROfUL Mlnalcr Houar. Mann. Cardan*, would Ilka a PAYING CU-WI Charmin* Houar and Oaroona %  0 a ocak Broakfaat. Ta* and oUrM rnrali II . TaMph^na 37fa n io pi /,000 SAGS OF RICE COME A thouMnd bats of rice cm 1 %  I:i Prppl %  OylBi .,-1,., ; .-y by ,ha72-ton AooSr^f!5The -Cnwlinc" Uo brought'400 bac ot charcoal and M tons of t!r*>woad. Alao arriving wuh cargo was thr 44-lon srhoofii'r 'Belque*>n" rrom St. Vincent It brought B20 bags of copra and quantities of urrowroot and fresh fruit "SUNAVIS" TAKES FANCY MOLASSES The 4.290-t.ii S S Sunavi* wvas in port yesterday taking i. load of 1.000 puncheons of fancy molasses for Montreal. The "Sunavis" Is expected to mirii-Iete loading today and leave during the eveninu for Canada It is on* of the ships operating under the Saguenav Terminals Line. LOSI & FOIXI LOST I'I Hl.lt KALES WAUBT — CnUlnlnf money la-para vahiabla only lo owner an beiKarn H..tin>. and Black Rock luren ft and 6 IS p m -eatarday Fmdar Hoarded on rdurnirn mmr to II BaaIMJlIJi lOTIM.S AUCTION I will otTar for aa.a Uy public t %  %  "" Hfll. a \ IITtlKIA S-IH on TVBBDAV Mth tl Ip.nv the dv ii* nouae callnl SEAFORI* .t..ndn, on Una. ol URAI-Mf u in WORTHDMO. rifRVrT CWUh. II houaa conUM> open verandah, du n %  1 dlnlns. 4 hadrooma. W.C Bain, Bla. -I llfhl. mcloaad yard ror incpari and tarmi of aala apply. Dial *t R ARCIICK MrKrN/.lf: AortiunF* 17 10 > NO CREDIT NOTICE NEITHEli tha Captain nor Ihe Alan'' mil be roaperalbht for any dabl 3i rVbl* incurred by any mrmbrr or mam bar* ol the craw o! th Brltiah atno M V M.-ry H.-eanac now in port J W. CtKIPKB tCapti K H. HUNTC A CO. Lid Amu 13 10 M-3n UNDER THL IVORY HAMMER B) hartrtartlB— received from Uw In vutancc Company, I will aali ai I... %  total Carafe. 81 Mlcliaar* Row. Ol Friday. October 2vth 1M( Vau.tial 14 HP damaged In accident.
  • p,m Tarma CASH VINCENT l.llirUTII AHtta IB.: ; HI '*i REAL ESTATE !M!. I llinj | ,-., KT^MORF •taiidinx on talnlnf verandah. Drawlrvx and Dlnlna rooma. 4 Badroomi and all modern convar.lencaa Includina Carafe tawn and apaclou* yard •urroundod by wall kept hedoe* Inapecllon by phoning UN C M Taylor ,' I i MECHANICAL TYPIwnnm One Portable | wood Typewrilrr Good londltloii % %  Stoute. c.o brvdan A Bana is io a TYPrWRtTBR — Ona Standard Undarwood Typewrlier Excellent condition HOLDER tlroa Swan St Tal ana. is m xi i f PROI-FJtTlES Ona 1ft K 10 houar wltfl Hied .1 Holder* l-.nd. Brandon aooo e> Ona Ift 10 house at tnd Avenue. B*H Enlate. Backln Ro-d Rka.) 00 0300 ft" -if the purchaae price tan be paid down. -nd th* balanca monthly Ona propany called St There** at Spru Tender* for the ecactl I a Communal Baih and TotMt a. viiua*. si jniinp; win be i uideiilflned October ISM. Plai and miiip w X* GOODIJjn Parochial Treaaur t ( l I I:\;'S COLLKOE OKI) CURLS' ASSOCIATION T1113KK will be a meetina: of Uw queen. College Old Girl.' A—., i-ti, at Queen college on THURSDAY lrOctober, at 4 10 p m There will be imem bar a LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE THE application nt Joaeph St_ ,.t Flag.laS Gap Clapham. Si M„n,.l for permlMlon io uae aaid LHiuor i.lcenw Ac at a board and .hinglc -hop attiiched lo re.!d)entr %  T-eed-id Road, corner ol lliintm Moid. -St Michael Dated Ihla lath day of OrtoOer IWfO TO B A MalXOD. Rba Police Magutraie. Dlat "A". Signed JOSEPH S HILL, A f R B fattl l N B --Thla application will b*f contldered al a lJcenalng Court to l.e head at Polh-e Court. Dl.tm-t ••*on Thuraday. Ihe Mth d-i of Oclober lW I o-ctocti, a.m. E A McLKOM Police Maglilrate. Di-lnct 'A n •: %  •TANDA VAPOUR RUB" — I, r >commonded for Head Colda, Cl>*'l Cold*. Coiagh.. HoL,raaneM and Threal irrllaiinn. ..!-. |, excellent lor inaaci bllea ate KNIOHTR LTD 17 10 Mi DOOR MATA—Frbre Door MaU In vevral dealer* And -lr— •*.), from fa 7 up o W Hu'chingjon A ^a Ltd Dial 4*M 17 10*-*, atove length* at 1 .J Cord ~ •III. HORNKR'S PREPARATIONS MalUe-tj-j Camol I/.. Cal^il It R, Magtol Faromol A Feronol F. UXlKP Tr ONE LIQUOR lATEKiat Apply Walter Mayer.. Cheyrv Grove. SI John ^ n n RCS.IA RAZOR Never beam n-ed for aale. price S1A On T.'; • %  Macrae" jl ]0 SB—In SQU1BBS I'HEPAI'ATinNI <-..| i_^ rr OH t'Sulmafrln Calcium Qluonate Olycenne Suppo.ilorle* 1/fl —Geo C Ward A Co. IS.IOS0-7n SHIRTS -l.M Men'* Shirt..( gii..iii lead wearinit qu^lliv ut |1 t* and M 40 aach. ROVAI. STORE IT 10 tkt-Tn. SHTRTSI *> PYJAMAS — BaTe* and Men'* Shirt, and Mim.i ordarni to Meaeure can be delivered wlihtn four ROUra. RELIANCE SHIRT FACTORY. TRUNK Stcrl i. Made In I* • 40 Dawaon' Wi Av. 14 Price f*i Rellrvllie M in tu> | B TORCH 1 IGHTs Two Cell Torch light* complete with bait' and CTarovae raeea Onlv II IT each G. W. Huirhlnaon A Co Ltd tti.,i *EB 17 10 *B--*n and oiher Sr it bring, life >d lu*(re I Hair and .1-. •hampao KeflOrl i new remeav IT in *n hi VOSFAIAP. Would lone w*vv i,. i. %  Ti.> U\ Vo marwhlrh U Ihe nauiral Hun W Oraainable i~ tnheand I-it tie* KNIC.m 1n RRWT PUNGAI^W rulK fumlrted Jhed !" om BtanfMaaaa cool lacalin |-a muM from inn. Available for a period of II lt December Irr-protmn bv appoint%  IS 10 SO an SJEVEMI.Y I.IJ Ing and Dining room. 4 bedroorrw. %  wiih bathrnom ..trBdiea] Preakfaat room Moderi. K all cwt.vei %  yard with Fnill -ree. O-rage. 4'ivantaroom, lee Dial ggTl is io t* Fl-R-flSHED IfPSTAIBS PLr.T—From Iff Ko-narr.her. ISS0 ,i BRIARFIELD-If**.' r"" v "-<"a__Rock Phone 3471 H BLA1B. BANNISTER IS I* 0I.. HOUSE •FJTPERAN7A'fullv furnlaned from the in Nov an I a.. OA-. *k A* wa Bea Coaal Phone 01-M 11 10 10-en ENTRANCE EXAMINATION QIBLS' FOUNDATION < linn. An hntranee ExamlnaUon for ihe ? r ?T'\ ?S" Jni-ary—July 1MI wUI be hald at tno BChool on Friday 17ili Oclober IftBO at 9M a to. Application* will b* regatyod up to Friday loth October by "" %  llradrmalm* and tnual be accdiiinan taJ by a baviAasAlj -££.* and .. ," %  monlai rroni tha Hradml.tr*** of Ihe laat whool altendad hy the pupit Applicant, hiu.t be between the age* ic crn"n !tT^ "**• ** "" *'"* "' Parent, or OuaMlane accompanying ie;r aauchtei. or ward* ara hereby pollie.i thai that* i* no accommodation far m at ma tJFheol on the data of the irnlnatldB and that ihe exa.minallor.^f .ppllcanr* win not atari until (hey leare *'-premtie*. W B ARTTROBUS. See. Ceoe. Body, Girl.' Foundation School l.l0SO-n PsDHLir \orni s MRS. LEVITT MAYFAIR BEAUTY SALON will be eloeed aa from Iftth October luitil further nolkta. The opening date will be announced ""•' IT io So—m. NOTICE Application, lor 4 —-r F.thit.itione 1 brOkUM St Micl.ee.-. Girl. RclvoW and I for Boy* at tha Boy.' Foundatra* School, will bv^recelvad by ma *•* l.e inriirimt. between II and H W. U. OOODLNG. Parochial Treamrer Si Philip 11.10.-An NOTICE SEALED Tender* for the erection -. • Pavilion and Communllr Hall at Eiierlon Social Centre. St George, will 9 to 3|,i October, in received by ; Baa, Spec I flea lion* ran be aeen R B Mouldaf* Office al Me.w. HARRISON A Co Broad Bl K MASON. Clerli. VeKry of St O-orge %  ...___ UM %  4n NOTICE THE WOMEN'S SEUT HEI-P will be opening on Friday TTIh October Mrmraaa. are ^ked la bring in their work from Mmidg* J3rd rfcwer. will .HW baccepted before Ihe morning of ih* /.[h CmiBlgnorwill be paid a* ua.il "" Friday tTth Subacripllona 11 00 n.iese-ai. NOTICE .M'l'l.ilAllDN-. lag*) .,,. lirrral certlftcite. aill he received BV ofTlce up to 3 p m on Friday. SOW Ca-tober. ItaO. for one or more vacant '> Vevtv 11. I,in, ilom lenablr %  >t the Girl.' Fawndatlon School AppUcanta mug be ... panahionera in Mraitened tlPTU ce., and muM not be lea than yean *> monlh. ot mora than twelve yoara *m tha gala of tha Candid*.tee mutt preeenl lo. eaamlnallon to the He...: r,*rHlatlon Srhool on Frvdary OFFICIAL NOTICE MArUlADOS IN T1IF. A-SSLSTANT COURT OF APiaEAL i Equitable Jurisdiction • rilUlll'HII.US DCOJITA SMAI4. Warattil TOBIAS 1JCOR1S" Defendant IN p.ralianre of no Order m IUi Court in the above action made >n UM nth day of October I9S0. I give notice to all prr-m* having an* e.lale tight or iiitare.i In or any lien or liicumbrnnce aflming all Bj luece or parrel of land niuote near (.rnielle* Plan'/lxin In the perieh al hjlnl Michael and laland aforeaaid nm t.niiing %  • ndmea*iirenieut one rood .hereabntu uid bounding on land> Of lite late of one Alleync deceaaed on lanrii Crwelle. Plni.talkon on landa Of Pa.ne and other, on Und. now or ic of Elward Siott and on a ioed : In the r.l ranked accordinl to tne nature ... n pemt ri^pectiveu. aUieawtaa .ucl. pereo-n will be precluded from the oeneflt ol Ihe *alri Or. i. to i~ ticiirivod of ill ilrimed on or againat the aaWI propen* I I ..re alao i'mined thai th" I i I Ml Wertne. i-aj, Ihe 77th 0a> of IK-eni,er llroo ,n IU oclock a nt avhen their claim, will oe ranked %  .'"1 'F.la, tjth ID nl Oc:ohrr IM i I V OILKBB. Ag C'eik of t'u A**>iilant Courl Of Appaal OFFICIAL SALE rAHBADOS IN THE ASSISTANT COl'IIT Of t\l-r*J.AI. I IIIIIOIM THEOPHILCS IX. OlTA KM AII. V mint TOlirAti I TftUU II Defendir.t > ll h, m given that by > Mi' ..( an Order of Ihe A-., .ot UC M ., ir.d ihe llth day ol Or oner lW there will be *e| up far • a-r to Ihe highao binder at Uw OR.*V .1.. *r, i C.. i Appeal at Uu Fit iitfMn%  beur* ol ii n t o'clock bi the afliwaoii on IV id the BRh da<>t De^r-nbar ifAa. .11 fdara ar parcel of bod Graa-ttc. pl„, live i-n.i. of S-int Micnael and Uu.. i afore*ald containing b> H,-. •ne rood thirty nine perch** or therellnl ud hounding on Un-I i af the eiiate ol one Allevne deeeaaed rn land, nl Graaelte. Pl.ntataon m. I'vyne and oiher* or landa d Broil and on a Mb* ll not Ihen aold Ihe Mid proiieny will be **/. • %  nclween the -omr.i-urrial the *am. %  i— ihaa *•• i %  ml iicaar-er late Aatoi .'\M ^i \ I \ Mrs. \. Witrhi ^ ills I .atI it %  -' Golf Spotui The large*! neld In marv tnoniru. competed for t h t LAdies' Spoon at the Rock!. Golf and Countrv Clui. oil MCURULy with MrMargaret, Wight emerging Irlumphant "ith Out in M. Kick in 52 and with n SO hnndleap Mrs. Wight led Mr* K.-elah King bv ke and Mr* Wm M.lntwt' by two when Ihe Ann scores were [wsted. Although agtrTCn ladies ttartei. on the aiBhtagei-hole medal-pla^ teat only five managed lo go the distance without losing hope and tearing up their card5. refusln. lo reveal the extent of then disasters along the wav One o those who stuert it out to th. nniah was Mrs. Rltiabeth Vidmn whose M actually wa the bescore turned In. However, plav Ing oh* a 12 handicap, her n. result u 82 The other w Mrs. Breiida WiLson with .i 102 17—5 Hmstv.t, it wasn't the quali: of the golf so much aa the quan Uty that excited the Itatj mm : i I %  i HI ..ViM .1 ) so many entered for a spoor conipetition and the interest i increasing steadily It would imt be surprising to sec* ii.-td.rtlnE in these monthly events .. i ri KM : as, under the captaincy nf Mrv Vidmor, the high handicap plav are being encnuraf. pete more and more. Those who shredded their card' and strew thrm about the COUTSP fearful of facing their i< %  • %  ui-re MisH Irabel Lenagan, MlKaty Lenng:iti. Mra Mlaan Ma^ kill. Miss Winnie Barnes, Mis' Fnye Atwell. and Mrs LuclHIVCIM'II Next Saturday the mill will pit] their Beer Mug event and alreaclpa more thiui twenn entries This total is axpfvetarj tfj considerably liefore IM antrtj .lose on Thursdaj'. HARBOUR LOG In Carlisle Bay Ren csnrnwoma %  *e*i gavurdBMMl Oordon. Bch Cyril E Smith, Brh Ella Wonita. Srh EnlarpMao, StR Bunu* D Srh Ewrdana. M V tkhea *Mai. Sen Froedttyn D R -.1 Mao g Caroline. Rch *Ui. Jane* and Srh Philip M Darvvdaon ARRIVAIR S S aamavl*. 4.SM Ion. net t .| T jiie-^cri J*Oa .i->.et. Cap! Clarke, from PJontreal hrh Bmaiinr. JI r.,,,, net Caui C'.nke from Rritlaci Guiana Ian. net. Cast /BIHI pagFAjg M V Lady Joy. 44 ton* Mi. Capl Dnmhrel. for Cavenne Sch l-*J) Noelean 41 lona net CapN. el lor Dominica -Jil^RrtLe" — %  • %  Nrh Wonderful CeamaelMr. M ton* net. .--, si In Touch Wiih B.rbsdo. CoaaUl SuUoa c.iniE and Wireleaa iWeat Indie* I'd adviaa tl at they can now rommu "Hate with the f..linking .nip* Ihrougn '"'ir B arbaaloa Coaat Station SS Bw-mbi S R Oli\er..o. SS Tiajanua; S S Orea K i s s SS Orinoco II I Paula. SB C*m' %  -in John: SB Em....Vi Sehnaa. a a Kern Hill*. T ~ lS R Rmgunf Rio a S Hilaer.-, 8 H SS *a. SS France*.' B S Pr-rln gal. SS Em-uel K S I*.,I. III., It F A. Gold Ra >ger. S S Doloree, b V..mhlll -I H Blella Marina. S S 1,-nc-. laadrr S Springwav*. II Solon S S Mantuchile. B S CtUWI. S B Branlla: S S Mnrnyacta*u. S.S FarMercer; RSI. i.nti. swenann *J %  I S 6ol Seawell hn|. Iligti Smith itnuaailn Kpen Henry Wade. Charlie Mavnard. Joaeph J* iip.I' i'J Stephen Wealherhegd; W i li*m Claguell. Ja.neCragwell flu., l|..ger.,l.t M.non llopki>.< Ne fc iFoalav. Pal.v Fotiei. EIIM Man.. Helen H*m Anvil KelUu.ll Pater King. Harold Yacj \.-"Un GUI M old torbii, Knollvr IWIMB; Etaln Wood. Friaw n ck Talma; Edwin O Coata. Audio Davrell. Herman Bl-" I'a-niii* Baa* Jeeatr Fendl From GRgWADA Michael Lambert Hugh pilgniT, K.ikiten Bain Hac nEPABTUhBs RY R W I A I For TBINlDAli a '.tuna Fahey. Forreaf name Catherine Clarke Vivianne Beck — SMvia Ctavetand John N..*bi.-, Linda Thonta, Havmond Thoma* Sni.trl MiMBhi .1 oaeph OMalle. i:dn. DaCaiaa I lite Griffith Juliai 0MB; William l.i IIBn> Jama. Mur i:iHurl MI.II.I Maudma Bruce Rita Aikim AlberM.tore: Eella VietrIh-.e.. (I Relll. Men l_ughlln Cher I t For ORENADA fhllllpa Stewart. GUd<* Weeael Par LA OUA1RA n. Ilariv Baarrnn. Joanphmr %  Urron JoaaaphlTie Itarrim For St lAU'lA Gin Mathurtu Robarl hpilnge. Il~i...-o.it. Ku*..i. llalu.a.oHh. Muriel Valananil, Flir ST KITTH *X.i.Ulr I>e I i.lc r..r MARTINIUI'F Maire LafagvF-1 ANTIGUA Albert Beikir*. Mlaa Nora Siltleel ana Wr Sydney Ni The Royal Bank Of Canada I.I H... i i mi s BABBADOa. MJ. Exchange Rate BATES l i.vims "ii.-.. Bm gill au Dai. RigHI4.TE %  171 00 .. .. *T>T cm 14 m .. ,. 4.TIH i.. ., .. iTgas i] 2 .. +n %  HO M %  J4e I Sight 4TTS0 •**i i Mm 1 iMii. II i Ctbbj 477*0 I Bank of Engin lie l*nd vmB1W Kilti. Cheque, on If* pr. Banker. TO 0/10 p Sight or demand Draft. 70 4 inI 71 4 inpr Cable TI-. pr Curienr> OB'V pr Coupon. 00 4 10' p. Silver SB% pr. CANABA • includinr Newfoundland! Cheque* on ttS". pr. Banker* SO.*'pi Demand Draft* 0011 pf Sight Draft, aooo; m, [ pr. Cable pr. Currencv fA.St pr • I c !" ra ii .,-. „ D-mand HABAMAS 4al SO D-mand 4TJ M ISTFRt OI.ONIAI. Mm gpL) n-...,,,,! '. pr Cable iMIn SSr 1 Coupon* I JAMAM'A *•! .Mm Ma I iMIn. aar.i Demand |f| ll SS M,„ kg. .Mln. UV i -r-ble The aAoV* Rate, air -iibleit In chaitg. GOVERNMENT NOTICE Diesel Mechanic—Seawell Airport APPLICATIONS are invited for the p>Bt of Grade "A" IHesel Mechanic at Seawell Airport. Applicant* should have a tborouch Knowledge of Dleail En nine, and will be required lo pan a test. The post is temporary ami u>rrrtlnable by a monlh'g imticr on either side. HfalllllllWlligll VMII I*In aecordiim-e with the Key B*ralc rates fixed for Grade "A" Mechanics. Applications staling age and |Uali(lentions ihould be submitted in the Manager, Seawell Airport, from whom further Information may t>e obtained, not later than Ihe 21st October, 19*0. H.10.50.,1n CHANCERY SALE for -al•he segi* ARliADOa Th •Mdermei.iloned propertie* will b Omre. Putillr Building*, Mi idge:.. i. Uetwean 11 inoou. and 1 P m for Ihe auin and on the data .pgclnod below. U not than aolC. Ihoy will la MI up on a*u> • iicceeding Friday at UM aomet peace and during the IMM hovara until aoM Pi parliculai* on application to ma CHARLES HOLMAN WUJ.IAMR, hYDNBV JOHN Al.tlERT WILLIAMS AND HOLMAN EUGENE Wll 1.IAMS all acting herein by Dave Amndell |ianne>d one of their commuted Attorncv* FUlaUaT* ERNEST DEIGHTON MuTTLEV Dafaadaal I'gnri HTIF4 .1* AIJ. THAT certain piece — palcel of Und ailuale In Flatter 11odd in the 1 it. of llrldartawn and laland of Barbadu* onUlnini bv admeaiulei.ient Ivirnly-gve hundie.1 and elghii %  *quar* fee or UvereabnuU Abutting and bounding on Und. of on* Milliter. Knlgbt. St Man Gill. School on Und* of one Cummin, oi MO-III Hall sneel on Und* af Keren Hewitt and on Banter. Boa. "i however i.e Ihe eama may abut and bound T.-geUier will the dweltinoliouer thereon erected and all and iinguUr oth* the building* and eiectlona on the eaM parcel of land eiecte. and built •landing and being with the appurtenance. t'paef Prlrw flMI t* 0 and ill ALL THAT certain piece or parcel of Und ailuale at Cliea|> *lde tn the Ctu of llndgein.n arid l-Und ol Bartaado. rvnlainlm hv adn-ea-uremeni nlnclron bund re-j. and ninety-four aqttare fe* in ili-realxiil. Abutting and bounding nn Und* now or lab* o J. I Maaon l-.ui. Bert on Und* of the I'aiothial Building now or late of F N Hall and aafW Road or honrver *l*e the *i with the n.-BMuag* sr dwallingh other th. ouiMU.it and oredion* on the MM parcel of lan.' ereeMd and hunt .lar.dn.g ami being -nh Ihe appiiilenai-e. Upaat Prtee: Clan o e !>..!e nf Sal*: nth Octobar. IPS* Itegi.tratlon Office. n ll WILLIAMS %  in Octobar. ItW Hegutiar In-Chancary road i llla.1 • SHIPPING NOTICES MAIL NOTICES I be e lined | Mall. I... I* (ii. ..s S t.,„(.,,.,, •aieral Poal thhre a* uniiar Parcel, liaglate.ed nrvd Ordinary Mail • am on the llth of October. 1WM Mall* for Itamniica by the s-ho. • Molly N Jo,,e. .HI be g. General PoM Offii. a. imrjll real. RegBta-od and Ordinary ata< % %  Pyorrhea and Trench Mouth Slopped in 24 Hours S S 'Oloureeter .all* Freamantle S-pieii.lier 7th, AdaUlda HC|il>i-iba. IVth. Melbourne Srplrmbei Mth. Drianl-ui October let. Sydney October TB., l'l-a. .• October lth, arriving at irbaaoo November llih rheae veatrl* liave amplo apace far Ned. hard iio.cn and gene al cargo Largo at-repinl .HI Ihrough b.||, of ling w.ih iraii.higcnrni oi Trinida-i r Barfaado* HHildi Oinana. Windward d Laovard l* ...a. For (iiithrr particular* aouli' II1NEHS. WITHY I (., ",H* THIN] OAJJ. B W 1 DA COSTA 4 Co Lid BARBADOS. ig be notified M V "CAHIIinFJC Will accept Cargo and Paaaangera f o %  Dominica. Antlfua. Montavrrat Novot and St Kill* Relll"* M V HAETVIIOD' V. %  Bt Vlnceni. Si Lucia. Orenad < and Aruba Sailliig Saiunlay BW.I. Siii.HHui Owners' APSB. (Inr. Tel. No. 4047 flftc. B B. llaaFRVIII,. ~"a I Ot TNBOI'NB CANADIAN SPBVICE i ara a rktuia of Pfar:ttl. fargoaaabaddiaooaa • fgMgo ou I „ I,,. .; 1 ra to wear fala* laeUl More B| nS w,.;,, d l Moa n bar* a.i-ad -. __ ond ao Dial new Mg*a> IhaS four eat of ever* g*o people — faaas r orjatar. Be trained la ibaaa gaaaoaaa b*tor. n 3 uuo uwy of wo raoaa u-.\ onlf li^tfmoai en,s ,e ""*••' Naw DiM.vtryJSgwi, Teaih BExte'b.:: *~ Arrive* lurbadna %  |fAp 1.1>. %  I lll'.M SI, "ALCOA PARTNER Oitob*-r Hi-. For St IOIIN. Hlver Port* "ALCOA PEGASUS'otteber JI i ror Bt l^iwren "ALCOA IM1.AIOS Oclober lui For Bl I. *rer. BtBaBaof T1IOM mil afc -t ? WOOD GODDAl'.U Clerk of the Veatri %  11 10 IO—an Windolene I WINDOLEN E * % %  % % %  — , I,,... ( Guaranteed A**.**.orb *o f... and as eon.lr. taai B la gaara a jaad lo atop your gum< fieaa kiaadfag, aneTiaM BBootfleAdll&iai. aa*^i"g>oaaiaM > a 7 ll aaalg fa aaoal Or bad* ea retora of aaopty package Boaaaujaeaan laalng year VaaUi or | aha dacgera froea rhnmatlata rt Iroobl* IMI Aaaaeaa fro*, roof today *uaSgr uua uoo-olad gvjaraa•— lag. Too rlak •Am0.raiaf3.Vp-,? ' *r*n'*M-rr*->€t ktmlk ec — a t ny/A FOR SALE SAGUENAY TERMINALS SOUTHBOUND SAILINGS rrom Montreal, St. John, N.B. H.iiffnx NS To Barbadf^s, Trinidad, Drmeraro. B(, mil' m nrr,, ti'N'.mvT %  OM tHh Nov aeni I I Gil, oee r LANTATIONS LIMITED—AoerUj SRGUENHV TERMINALS 9FOCM A in is Complete set* -4_ 1," and \" -1ar obtainable at THE CENTRAL EMPORIUM (CENTRAL FOI'ND.Y LTD.—I'roprlrlon) Ct. W BraM ta* TttW U— %  • Your Backache due la BaaajBt Kidney Action HIT. IS NOT tt too* -fcoo ,0. *•>• .no^bW -lib btK -—Hie p.m.. ,„|t. .ckini •oJ Mau, In-ilnj. -notni diiordno Jut 10 Ottlw for riUi ajdrarr gCTjOB, hy put un *h pan, n j j„. fort *>hm you might get happr fficf by taking Doani HaduKl.c K iney Pilb They .nmulatr and r .l u i.h 1 ;ne, and ao help UMSD to nd 1 ir 5 ?! 1 * %  "" "^ • od aa !" et '"-.laiiuii %  M orAcrwitc miahl pollen in the ivitem and e diitreaa. Pcan's PiUi barg ogtocd thouggadg | lei them help JT*. HALF A % %  RY pf sanotn M r,;,.-.-, aa-anenc, ^m u ,^JtfiMU ktOmr, avfw-i. u (A, f^oeai racpnf / D.W. Nit. Chattful mm *nd atoa-ya of all a •• %  # onJ rKommmj rhit ffrcum %  a, IlO-DAVS KIWS FLASH KFM/Ei, ALARM (IIH'KS The Bjegi C'loetai Made MM Farh 3! I HI I \l IIIM \| |( nimn. fa as JOMNKON S RTATIUNCRV and IIARIIWARE ARRIVED Llll BOT rl-TS .1 BOTIJNO I" li-NUl' I URIl-l lltlRNEft and PAN •tuper no IUI Oreeii Enamel. Sea them at fwBa OAB BHOWB4IOM bu> before they .re all I-I ORIENTAL I fSOODSt (Artirulos) I CUROltt, JKWRLI.ERV. I sn.hs. (he ll ..hi a l -iii n, .1 | Til AM S I Pr. Wm. I In st DIAL S4SS I >*>*e-B*gao OOO >'>r' NEW VKMh OF BYMIN AMARA HAI.IHOIl \N(,I MTd^B LIQUID PARAFFIN SYRl'P OF FIGS Iljlggri tnd J Up RUSKS—Baby', Flnl Si.li.l F.H,d Also a variety o( CIGARS | I OI.I.I.\S lllll 1. S I 4HII s **4* '*.w t iWt*ii'jit**'*'ss.*** t f+*.*.'.*s.:-' : ','>'.'.',',',',+,* %  ',',',', WHY SUFFER WITH INFLUENZA? It 1. il.ingpn,ii* lo Irllle wlUl Inflnenaa. So ii <• i oftrself Uir raTace of Ifan daaease by UkUig :— "RECTOR'S INFLUENZA MIXTURE" Aa | f.ill..ii up gftrr .in ..tin ol lnfluenia, or rlW van . if ataer "RECTOR'S FEVER MIXTURE" ThU i.i.ulii.t IN ,|,r. i.11, Brriiared Us rn.il.lc yob to rrsbt and %  t Fid af Malaria and other Fevers. Obtainable at Booker's Drug Stores Ltd. I Brldirttwa ta* HttUan i.M.rilA III HIM \i \ -W/.TOMOWg W I MMM W./M.^/,;''' MORE FOR YOUR MONEY SHOES FOR MEN (All Leather) Wiih RUBBER SOLES $4.30 With LEATHER SOLES $5.05 LEATHER LOAFERS Wuh CHEPE SOLES M.25 The British Shoe Co., Ltd. SHOEMAKERS TO THE WORLD •Cr.'SS SStnttfAJ** %  * B**> B rga,*** J *. %  •.%  -.'.' %  BARBADOS ELECTRIC SUPPLY CORPORATION LTD. NOTICE Aa the Mannfaflurrra |Ta derided that n-o-lrto oo* of ..ur rjiflfsea ran BB IgaBger be Relayed, th* fnutwany baa IB conaeijuence bad to ut thla QatRH -tins Set i-hM R W.) oat of ntaaton and, owtne to the reduction of fltandb* flant BOW available sa a result, may find II nrte-uary to abed load at Internals during the nest frw a Our CffBaBBers are asked to co-operate br ruercUlng Ute ulmoBt ecoaomy In the use of Electricity, particularly darter Ihe reab period between 6.30 and S.19 p.m. until further Mttee. v swrrn. General Manager



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    PAGE TWO HARBADOS ADVOCATE TIF.SDAY. OCTOBER 17. 1M0 fltvub felting M rvpivM-uuiivc and Mr* Tucker held a Cocktail Party at iheit home Thorpe*". St. Junes ins*, night, in honour at Mr. Ch.i Mr TtomaS LI hero on a Iwo. month visit, undar ihc auspices oi 1 he ButMh Council, to giee advice and piactic.il .is-i.-i.iiii • dramatic dub* and omatetir group* South American Atmosphere 'TWERE was a South American atmosphere about the Club Morgan on Saturday night. Not so much tne people, but ihr music The oTcnestra played a variety of sambas, rluimbas and tango* which went over vary well wi'.n the many daueei-. Local mernbern and visitors from Tri in the majority How 1 ih< si lew Tanatud ''"i Canadian tourist*. First Visit M R AND MRS 1, A. g ^ AWl SIIMMUlS and their \* !" *r imliHo OUJ VOU WANT *V UUSoSMO TO LAV VXH* f$00 TUt'-AVOtftlt 1 TUWW tOv HM tut tfOowfe HvmWL^j&* Christaaa U Coming daughter Suiaiuie arrived Iroin . iuis ears e\i-i v A here, and '""">'. %  %  *.?: ....... lnn octet is smethu **">•*' %  K-.-i". Norman Wood Is .gam, In r.irifi undcTMnnds that ifcd ringing octet Is something to M ,'', een U well a*. lo be heard. Their twowc. MR. -'1 ^. C(rttU mo, ntv the last *orri 1.. Baach < lub J.-iH.nainn.en: of tim k.nd. i,r5t visit to Burb *" u '*, He also hears that Santa Claui Here For Two Weeks m the guise or — well, mustn't A RRIVING from Trinidad yestajr too much, but all things atterdav morning by B.WJ.A. tnbuUble to the Christmas was Mr if avoid Ward, son of Mr. festivities will be there, and ortt and Mr* Eddie Ward of Maxthing which will gladden everywells. body's heart la that the floor show l lives in Trinidad where Mart* ' p.ni.. so there'll be no he wordwith Messrs A. P Plimwa .,,ng and IU: rush for chairs— AST in a 0ft-0f-8pain "' %  expects they wiU be there alreadv Roll to be hen(or about two weeks. ~ Christmas. Returned On Sunday ,.,. „ 4 FTER three weeks" holiday Girl Guides Commissioner In Triddad MrTho* Flu—B.G. gernld returned home on Sunday on bi IIW'IA )VfK AND MHS C C UARBhe had bean visiting her son VL ROW of British Guiana Pat and her daughter Fnuhne who arrived here about 12 days both ot whom iiv. In Trinidad bfo W)U be remaining for another En Route To Puerto Rico I^^" sJKm "^^ M RS UNA VAZQUEZ of AnSuperintend*it of the FrtgitafUS arrived here yesterday daire Service Department of afternoon by BWIA lo tee ihe Booker Bros. McConneU & Co., American Con plant to nd Mr. Ilmrow told Carlb join her husband Wllfredo, %  orju in Pia rl 1 Ueo Mr,. Vazque* experts lo be for atxmt .• week anil n half. that he was born of Barbadian parentage and first came to thn inland 30 years ago when he was %  lulte a youngster and thererorn could not remember anything BockiromOnada-U.S.Trip %  *•" %  % %  . M R Tprvnu nnwaiNC "'" w e who %  ,ne daughter R. IIE\ m uowniNc.. c tour0 /.9* or r* own JL. V .T>'. '*.'" ioner of the Girl Guides' Association as well as Skipper of the First Sen Rangers. nd ih?"ii*i *£ IUTTJ'SJIVR OuWIng him. is District Commismonth trip lo Canada and the US !" S *# i.„ "J n..iA~ZZZZHe arrived jusi over a week ago by the Alcoa I'rgaam. Stayinr. With Her Sister M RS. PAUL HOLLENDER and] her young son Brian. arrlv-| ed yesterday by the CanacUoi Challenuir from Montserral to spend a hnlida her Kent H Her hobbles are bridge and hockuy and she representexl i'.tritlsh Guiana at the latter against Trinidad tn British Guiana last ntTer Is staging wtih Mrs. Barrow said that hes in Penchoen St mother is Divisional Commlsitioner of the Girl Guides' Assocllier husband is an estate owner ntion in Montserral and the> have with many friends In Barbados. for 1 On Holiday H OLIDAYING in Barbados for I two weeks arc Mr and Mrs E A. Davson of England. They %  ITiTCd morning' oil the "Golflto" i.nd are staying at the Ocean View Hotel One of the Directors of S Davson & Co Ltd in Georgetown. Mr. Davson come-, oul to the West Indies every two years to look after his business in British Guiana and expect* to be In these parts for ulmut six months. Spent Four Months |-APT. THE Ho:; Hi I Utl \~* Hugheof Grenada, returned from England on the "Golnte" on Saturday morning after spending four months' holiday there He will he remaining here for one week end is staving ot the Hotel Roval White In England Capt Hughe. saw two of the crickei TOM Matches and fome of ihOouDts match** and has been assootated RUldlng In British Guiana. /er 27 years. Jamaican Author I N LONDON UMr.J.A. Rogers. author of '"Sex and Race" (3 vols.). "Prom Superman to Man." "100 Amaring Pads about the Negro" and other anthropological v.ork* He lives in the United Stales, where he la a lecturer 1 Sociology and Anthropology. He leaves shortly for a visit to Belgium. West Indian Guide AND while on the subject of *V West Indian author*, n. has jul reached me of a very ii tfresting publication from the Central Office of Information. %  > called A West Indian %  nftaneT by H. D. Carberry snd Dudley Thompson of the West Indian Students' Union. In thii small and handy publication thew two have collaborated to set down fi>r the information of other West Indian visitors to this country frank and exceedingly fair picture of rltrumstances In Britain and their Impart on West India The booklet Is very well Illustrated by pen and Ink sketches and i< full of extremely useful anil practical Information. Returning From India T fIS week Mr Arthur Creech Jones, former colonial Secretary, returns from India. He faces an uncertain future Since his defeat in the General Election he has had no appointment. In India he was one of the British delegates to the Instltutr of Pacific Relations; this mission was unpaid. Mr. Creech Jones was for four rears a £9,00O-a-year Cabinet Minister. Since February hit Income has been from writing and broadcasting He has not yet been adopted as a candidate for the next election The former Minister lives with his wife in Kensington tourt. Kensington. Ten Shillin,. For One S OMEONE has Just given me a George IV shilling In my change. It was a klndneae, though doubtless unintended: for such coins are now worth up to 10s. (according to their condition). A coin expert tells me he hanever seen a Georgt' IV shilling in %  hangc: there must be very few still In circulation. Probably mine had been stored away In some odd corner for many years. Diploma In Enrineerins; M R L. A BAILEY who went up to England and joined the R A T in 1944 returned Saturday morning by the '0011110' iicTompanled by his Welsh wife the former Miss Phyllis Freeman Son of Mr. and Mrs. 1' Bnlley of Bank Hall, he said that after he was demobbed In lsHl. he entered the College ot Aeronautical Engineering at Chelsea London where he afterwards obtained his diploma Too Little Night Lift* And Comfort But So PolihFIFTEEN American tr^ri agents, including four women have just left after a loot Britain by air, rail and road One of them, Miss H. Maehcr.'. II, of Chicago, said before she wens: "England Is OK. antf I ,,m comlru; bark-" Then shaLtqld me m Hetail what she dlsllsssd. and liked, about the country CRmclKN -Your hotels should be warmer—particularly the bed rooms. Everyone of us caught a cold on this trip Lumpy Beds "Your bed are appalli • Many of them are lumpy "Service is indirTemit in ma.i good-class places "Your drink laws and your betel rales should be standardised Many restaurateurs should t %  k e eaffee-making lesson-. 'There i not enough Slight Ufa In London for most American' "There Is rather n %  Sir shout many English sseoplc I did not sense this *n hi Scotland Iml I loved yolir quiet sense of humour PRAiar.—' Now let !,.. %  lefl you the nice things, which are far more important "The eld werld atm**phi-nI R underfill and So is the foedah here Is delicious, and I have had the best reaat beef I have ever tated. "Slght-seetng Is really excll Ing. because there are so many historical places Your travel comfortable. "pTteea are favourable t. Americans. "Clashes for men nnrl woinn are smart "Your men are so polite, and your women are *o feminine — L r*. Housewives' Prices of Chrtstophenes and Plantains when the Advocate checked yesterday were ('intlSTOPHErfES— \i cents per pound. PLANTAIiaR— 6, 7 and I cents each Th.i 1 4e*-|r#v gews or li %  Mu*kflom Orand HeWL 1 %  •. :-, p m RasU riew-%  %  |. %  Tip Top Tuie; S p.in 1W> I in p m Home N*w Ifetn lllpm Sprmi R*W-a>. I :s Ledlo Tnttrr. 4 P m Th Nrm .. t. 9~7i p m Pr..STmm Par. St p m H*n MatpnliH. • p n from Lotedon, I p in Ths Mr..; m New. An..-.l. 7 II p m Indltm OOMI night; • p m Stmtrt+l, I It p.m. United h*ttSM Krporl. IS pm I'qrapsm -I Ihr Week. %  30 p in On Ihe M, 1 4S i. %  BBC Midland Iisht OrcMra. i> n Ueet Ihe CfantiHieisvSllli II p In T>.e New. 10 10 p.m From the "-'i'..,.,la.is p.m. Tip Top ruitt*. Ileporl Iran Itttl lint II.I Rupert and the Castaway — 27 A^l ATM t llll tlXtMAtMembersOr-yJ TONIGHT SI 8 30 LTfiiprrsaJ \uwnt BUD ABBOTT and LOU COSTELI.O In "HOLD THAT CiHOST" A Uuvsrsal Plctnrs. WEDNESDAY and THURSDAY at 8.M P.M MATINEE: WEDNESDAY at S PJ*L RICHARD ARLEN ga ANDY DEVINP. sn "BLACK DIAMOND" A Universal Picture %  %  ear a. ^..„., t-AST TWO SHOWS TODAY Vl.\L\ OISTIN 5 a-d 1JS P.M Loretta YOUNo Robert CUMMINGS in V SOIIWOID 8 %  ;^gq 9 l=S~: J ^-=t -rRupert asm ll (he idind wh:ir ths sntoke is nass TnarT. assaebed* .er Omtt. h think., "but why do rhf WJH: ss| 10 b interN • %  • Ht pondrt. over ihe PUU*) ir.rl h.it.'ly noute* JBai thS Lrilr roon. hj.e tun i.j, tgaui %  mi hheit< Keba dsstWias *.nd M*. h.m beckon,ng. FsUswing his •• %  •ll fnend he (limb> down to the • Inds thai ih* rest ot the crowd an hopping along a ttrinj of rk thai ureicli out 10 an. Tied to the end one ii another lutle boat. Taking great care not io *1 p oil ihe Mother: Daughter! ARTIES HEADLINE rUtS. "(••Ml the I '.i.i, i r.-, tp (),,, 70'* ...i.( .-•'.,-. (.mi mtlhui wouhl he mu> care/id where the* throw their baaenaslkhtsl M Intransil A MONG the passengers an in* on the 'Gointo' on Saturoay from England Intranslt f"i Trintdad aOer spending a holiday were Sir Cecil 1~>II nil niiillh K.C.. Chief Justice and Lady Purness-Smith. His Honour Mr 8. E. Gomes, Judge of the Supreme Court and Mrs. Oomen. Mr. K. I. Grant. Managing Director of T. Geddes Grant Ltd. and Mrs. Grant. Viscount El.bnnk T HEAR that Viscount and Vlscounteas Elibenk will shortly be leaving England %  •! take up reatdrncc in Smith Afrii.i -for health reasons. Lord EUbank will be remembered by many West Indians as Presidem ol the West India Committee from 1930 lo 1MB As Mr. Ofdeor. Murray, he waa Administrator >-t St Vincent from 1909 to 1915 and for the next two years Admlnls trator of St. Ludn. BY THE WAY By BEACHCOMBER Down UCCUIISHM. IS ltmif' S flail U> end. (Si i am nintcr —can be unrlD* vi-|gl MFI oi i..in,a tin* lor o liuu I'm* nd s luus oue. l) rnos me Isi rt ei.n lias.'' (SI at Paul eeois to in-m (ii l-evpie mice worked n iiream drill l6/> ll. MR. that build poll >io Ye* n.N •hips UBS It. I&l Ht rtill msKe tlie pace n Hint—to an aaaocinte iSl Teir Hi MeU-l!e the ot—ldar l fh (he i r S"r# I i ten ' a inS tto n can>i i' Mil lift osedi.rwe !••%  %  a* On i"l >> Men a He WUe . . Advertise LONDON. Truikly. I doubt that this unRev. J. W. Grimthfc, vicar oi derstanding ever does exist to the 1 London's St. Augustine"s Church, extent snp p o<9d by *ome optimis-J waruetl thiit a mother who betic parents. Iteves that her daughter tells her everything is living in a "fool's "Only one thing Is more un-| p.uj\-uir \ inns and CLOAK A DAGGER A WARNERS IXJUHLE' GLOBE THEATRE TO-DAY 5 & 8.30 ONLY DUCHESS OF IDAHO I M %  nut WILLIAMS, UBfA HiiKM. VAN JOHNSON & ELEANOR POWELL r\NCE again this upright column V sets forth on its annual rusades. Once more we arm to fight thai modern wo plcnirkers tMVS >f leaving broken glass and rlgan ijehin.i in k;m*;,uoo.s' pouches, of -wldal habit of storing Klue in laapotg, of loose-thinking in scientilkclrelag regnrding thr lonuence oi ternpaiaturs) on th c miceiiory size of aerosola. of Miss aartMira lluttuu and or Mr Snu*et's choke in walitcoats. ONWARD!" 1 *' ls unf "" d Oh. well. Happy Ditiirrr Quiz DfTKLUCTDAI. FIELD:— L DO yon prefer lo spend an -vening in the coal OsslsV ruther inan with your loved ones round Hie television set? 2. DC) you believe your wife should show an Intelligent interest in your work or mind her own damned business"" FAMILY kit-1 Ii 1. DO you advocate changes in ihe home snrh as h.iving your younger son sent to the Zoo, or caking >our wife wear a mask'.' 2. DO you use earplugs In I ho house always or only occasionally? r.KCF.N I II in 1. DO you believe thai your anfi should be put out to graze'.' / A/ioir a POMt tiffinSaringn Bank H'Aprc The Wild Thyme Blown So fond oi flowers is Miss I. Mathewt, sub-postmistress of Kimpron (Hants) (hat she uses th' poif office U'lndou'i as a preenhotise. .S'tranpera passlnp Ihrougn the riNapr hare mistaken Ihe poll office tor a florist's shop. Now In my village we have developed this idea a little further. Just listen: — Stranger: Good mnrnln p. il'autr I St.-s-nger: Hem! (Pause.) sr.-sitger: Er. 1 soy—when you have finished doing your hair I'd like n dozen of those pink roses (Pause.) HtL-anger: Look—will you please put down your knitting and sell me those roses before they die 1 (pasjgc i --—-.. say, PLEASE they re_for my girl friend's birthSfc-mnger: --leyYe for my %  >,, day and If y ou don't do soim-thin,' soon siif'n be too old. Miss s: Av'm sorry—greeting telegram. n e| counter, please KM PI RE THEATRE STARTING SATURDAY 21st lttli*l,ii,l< t s' B.ftuHiiff f*/lf,i 8 3S Republic Big Double? . Sunset CARSON at Peggy STEWART in "DAYS OF BUFFALO BILL" AND "SONG OF MEXICO" with Adele MARA FRIDAY NIGHT at l. •URUUMOIII TO-DAT Oaljr 4.4S M5 Firs* last Tomarrow 4.4S A S 15 final lasrt. RepubUc Senal . "MYSTERIOUS DR. SATAN" Starring; Edward CIANNE1X1 Robert W1LCOX William NEWELL „...,„ C. MonWgue SHAW With Ella NXAL ^ M Dorothy HERBERT LAST TWO SHOWS TODAY 5 and B 30 PM Wamer Bros, present CMy COOPER in "TASK FORCE" SPECIAL MAT. THURS. 2 P.M. (Double Feature) Jimmy DAVIS In Johnny MACK BROWN 'LOUISIANA'' t "PRAIRIE EXPRESS" IN MAY 1S4S ALFRED HITCHCOCK'S "R 0 P P was released at the Olstln—Plaza and played to packed Houses for one week. In response to numerous request we are now repeating:— Alfred HITCHCOCK'S 44 ROPE a Color by Tifhnicolor! *ith Jimei STEWART — Firley GRANGER Sir Cntrlc HARDW1CKE and Othen I'M. tZ,1 THEATRE HHIiH.I IO •• .V — For Two Days Only WEDNESDAY 18th, THURSDAY I8th S and 8 30 P.M SPECIAL MATINEE SATURDAY MORNING 9 30 (Double feature) (Cheap Prh.) James Oliver CURWOOD'S Johnny Mark BROWN In "WOLF HUNTERS" & "OVERLAND TRAIL with Kirby GRANT and with Raymond HATTON • CHINOOK" The Wonder Dog OPENING FRIDAY 20TH 2.30 and 8-30 P.M. THE MUCH—TALKED—ABOUT STAGE HIT "LIFE WITH FATHER Color by Technicolor William POWELL — Irene DUNNE




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    October
    19350



    BATTLE FOR PYON

    Gurion’s

    17

    Govt. In

    Israel Resigns
    New Elections Proposed

    TEL-AVIV, Oct. 16.

    DAVID BEN GURICN, whose Government
    resigned last night, to-day proposed that Is:a

    should have new general

    elections with a caretaker

    Cabinet holding office meanw iile.

    Only four hours after the resignation a state of emergen

    was proclaimed throughout

    the three services were called to the colours.



    “y
    the ccuntry and reserves for
    It was stated

    that the Government crisis had coincided with the secret
    date fixed for the beginning of the Autumn exercises to

    test the services’ efficiency.

    Givilians
    Must Leave
    Langson |

    SAIGON, Indochina. Oct. 16

    The French High Command in
    Indo-China has ordered a civilian
    evacuation of Langson the main
    French stronghold son the frontier
    with Communist China, it was
    officially announced here today.

    Earlier French troops had aban-
    doned Nacham 15 miles northwest
    of Langson and about 6 miles from
    the Chinese border.

    Unconfirmed reports said that
    Communist led Vietminh insur-
    gents were massing for what might
    be a new attack after their heavy
    blows in the border area earlier
    this month.

    In the face of strong Vietminh
    attacks the French -have evacu-
    ated chain fortresses and pillboxes
    on the 160 mile stretch of frontier
    from Caobang to Dongdang about
    10 miles northwest of Langson,



    Langson is
    frontier
    mountain pass from Kwangsi, Pro-

    France’s =|
    vinee in China, A railway :

    fortréss guarding the

    road run through it-to Hanoi.

    An official French spokesman
    said that up to yesterday morn~
    ing between 3 and 8 o’clock Viet-
    namese and Chinese civilians loy-
    al to the French had been evacu-~
    ated from Langson by air and
    road. ;

    The evacuation was for security
    reasons and to relieve the Langson
    garrison of the task of providing
    fcr them.

    An army spokesman announced
    that there was ‘no further news
    of the two smal! companies of
    French rearguards which fought a |
    delaying action along the border |
    road during the evacuation ol
    Thatkhe.

    _Reuter.



    ‘Peace Runners
    Set Out

    PRAGUE, Oct, 16. |
    The “Peace Runners” from
    Bulgaria, Poland, and Finland
    lave left or are about to leave
    on relay races through Most oi
    the countries of Europe so Shef-j
    field, England where the second}
    world Peare Congress is due to |
    open on November 13,

    |
    29 |
    |

    Runners from Bulgaria on
    October 9 started on the first
    relay througn Rumania, Hungary,
    Austria, Swiizerland anc France

    They will be joined in France
    ty runners from Poland througn
    Czechoslovakia, Germany, Hol-
    land, and Bcigium.

    The third relay race will begn
    in Finland wiiere two groups will
    set off, one through Sweden aiic'
    the other through Norway bo
    meet again in Esbjerg, Denmark
    and go on together to Britain.

    The races are organised by th.
    World Federation of Democratic
    Youth as part of the campaign
    for the Shetfield Congress.

    —Reuter.



    Obse:vers here said iv-day tha:
    Wie. er te the outcome of the
    Cabine: crisis, Israel's policy to-
    ward tne Arab States wus unlike-
    ly to be changed. The fall of the
    coalition Cabinet was economic in
    orsgin and is believed to have been
    caused by the refusal of the re-
    ligious bloc to accept the Pre-
    muer’s plan broadening the

    coalition,

    lor

    President Chaim Weizmann im- |

    mediately asked Ben Gurion to

    ; form a new Cabinet.

    Economic Policy

    Obrervers here saidéthat the
    Government’s critics claimed that
    the Cabinet's internal economic
    policy had strengthened. workers’
    co-operatives at the expense of
    private enterprise.

    Observers said that the religious
    bloc represented anti-Socialisi ele-
    ments who are opposed to Ben
    Gurion’s economic policies.

    Ben Gurion was expected to tell

    Parliament to-day why his 19-
    menth-old coalition Government
    had resigned, and to seek a vote
    of ¢ ience to carry on with 4
    minority Government until elec-
    tions con be held.

    His ‘moderate Labour Party

    which eoatrols about one-third of
    the seats in Parliament was re+
    ported to have decided early tod
    day that new elections should be
    held |} >‘ore the end of the year.
    Ben Gurion was expected
    present Parliament with a plan for
    a “little coalition” without the
    religious bloc. }
    Ben Gurion resigned after thr&
    religious bloc members in his out-
    g binet told him they
    wing from ‘the Gov
    ment because they did not like

    ji
    PINCH ME!
    LONDON
    London’s News of the

    World reported this Moscow
    conversation:
    “What was the nationality
    of Adam and Eve?
    “Russian, of course. They
    had no clothes, nothing to
    eat but an apple, and lived
    | in Paradise.” —LNS.
    t
    I
    f

    he recent Cabinet change pro-
    posed in the
    inancial plight.

    Knesse' reconvenes here on
    Monday after a two-month recess,
    If Knesset sefusts to accept the
    new Government under Ben
    Gurion, new elections may be
    called. The present Cabinet,
    convinues on a caretaker basis

    The task of facing the Premier
    i; not an easy one,

    The trio held the posts of Min-
    isters of Religion for Social Wel.
    fare and Ituterior. They opposed
    Ben Gurion’s recent proposal to
    appoint Jack Gering a non-Party
    member ans financial expert, os
    Commerce Minister to help out
    with an industrial crisis.

    The bloc contended thot the
    post should be filled by « Conser-
    vative, one oj its number

    (Reuter & C.P.)

    face of Israel’s





    ’
    “JOHN BISHOP" LEAVES
    SOUTHAMPTON, England, Oct. '6
    The British survey ship “John
    Bishop” (12,000 tons) left today
    for a nine months tour of the
    Antarctic. She will put ashore
    reliefs at British bases and carry
    out ocean surveys. —Reuter.











    |
    |

    i
    .

    YESTERDAY, a small B.W.1LA.
    The picture taken by the

    part of the new ir the far background.

    Prices Rise
    On Exchange

    LONDON, Oct. 16
    Speculative interest in Cam-
    buhy coffee produced further rise
    increases today. In active trad-
    ing the pricé surged forward by
    a further three shillings and closed
    around the best,

    Brazilian warrants
    small improvement,

    Recent speculative buyers of
    Mexican Eagle units were dis-
    “appointed by a capital repayment
    of four Mexican pesos per share.
    Their holdings were unloaded at
    the opening today and the price
    promptly slumped one shilling.

    recorded a

    There was a small recovery in
    later dealings.
    Turnover in other sections of

    the London Stock Exchange was





    restricted by the approach of

    OLD A



    plane used the new unfinished runway
    “Advocate” cameraman shows where



    ) NEW Mire

    Aduncate

    -

    at Sohwell for the first time.
    the new runway meets the old, ar





    98% of E. Germans
    Voted On Sunday

    BERLIN, October

    16.

    ALMOST 98 per cent of East Germany’s 14,000,000 electors

    voted in yesterday’s Soviet Zone general elections,

    accord-

    ing to East German news reports here today

    - ° compere carrer oan














    Only
    single list of candidates of the
    Communist led National Front,
    they added.

    Rast Berlin newspapers publish-
    ea provisional voting figures issued

    by the central election Control
    Office for the five zonal states
    Though all reports from the
    Soviet Zone said ballot papers
    contained no provision for ano’
    vote, East German News Agency

    A.D.N. gave details this, morning

    “a minority” opposed the |

    YANG DRAWS NEA

    |U.N. Troops Advance

    id the arrow shows the unfinished

    Truman Will
    Broadeast

    HONOLULU, Oc 16

    President Truman left here by
    | air today for San _ Francisco
    ; where he will broadeast tomor-
    ; row after his meeting with
    | General Douglas MacArthur on
    ‘Wake Island,
    No important foreign po'icy
    \from Truman-MacArthur meet-
    jing as it is believed here that the

    ;changes are expected to este}

    \President’s. main object was to|®S in the past has been steadily

    j tie together loose strings in the
    United States Far Eastern Policy.

    By winning General Mac-
    Arthur’s support — as he appears
    to have done President Truman
    /will eut the ground from under
    he feet of many critics in Con-
    cress, who drew inspiration from









    of opposition votes in several bi lac Arthur's little disguicet
    | towns, oppositi several aspects of
    q > acc as f sing 1 * ypposiiion to several aspects ¢
    end of the account, last day being Phat unt Geral ‘Akveden. st re policy in the Orient
    tomorrow Tuesday. Price changes ie Ihterior reported that by 0 ‘reumen” seemed. thoroughly |
    were small but generally to higher lam. today 12,088,745 1 A peas | ; He ee
    levels. “Gold shares however. re- er ee waiver ee ar jrelawed last night e made a
    corded small losses in an idle jvotes and 35,544 opposition votes!|‘our of Oathu Island and had «4
    market. Coppers showed steadi- jhad been counted in the Soviet)swim at Kailua Beach on the
    ness despite a cut in Northern Rho ae General Election north side of the island befo .
    lesia’s ¢ er output. Reuter. ae East German News Agency)dining with his ¢ stants ary
    desia’s copper outp A.D.N. gave the figure joress correspondents at the Navy
    Total electorate 12,331,005 | Officers Club
    iC ° ! Votes east, 12,139,932 or 98.44] Th President was taking off
    UNESCO Sanction , per cent \for San Francisco at 6.30 GMT,
    Valid votes 12,124,289 today
    ° P | salid ¢ | Reuter
    ro osal Invalid 15,643. —Reu
    Australian P | Votes for the National Frent | ae emecenaelens
    LAKE SUCCESS, Oct. 16 | candidates: 12,088,745
    The United Nations Economic | Opposition votes 35,544. Israel Expelled
    and Social Council to-day ap- On ballot papers was a single} ij
    proved the Australian proposa! list of the candidates of the Com- |! Palestine Arabs
    for a seven nation bet eh munist led National Front, /
    committee “to examine all avail- The unopposed triumph of the
    able material probably needed in Communist leq National Front Egypt Charges
    Korea for relief rehabilitation, made secure politically Russie: LAKE SUCCBSS, Oct. 16
    : 7 bastion in the centre of Europe The Security Council to-day met
    The Soviet amendment ck ase that only war or internal Russian var “f y and Israeli com-
    the Committee consult Represen- y to hear Arab and Is c
    tatives of North and South Korea revolt might conceivably destroy. plaints about alleged violations of
    on rehabilitation—was defeated by . - It was engineered by the most the Palestine armistice agreement,
    a vote of 14 to 3 with one ab-| ay gpAWELL yesterday this fantastic German voting since Warren Austin, United States was
    stention. Pagoda-like umbrella provided Hiver: claimed 100 per cent. en- jn the chair, Immediately after
    The Soviet Delegate Amazask ~ |dorsement for his Nazi Reichstag the adoption of the agenda repre-
    shade for its lucky owner. $ ;
    Arutiunian suggested that repre- in 1936. sentatives of Israeli and Jordan

    sentatives of Southern and; North-
    ern Korea be appointed to mem-
    bership of the temporary com-
    mittee but withdrew his proposal
    when procedural objections to it
    were raised. He said he was pre-
    pared “to go halfway” to meet
    this proposition by the commit-
    tee
    —Reuter.



    THE GOVERNOR AT LESSONS

    HIS EXCELLENCY looks at the work of on; of
    Boys

    the pupils in
    St. George yesterday



    the

    Infant School at St. Augustir



    Rates On Canadian
    $ Will Fluctuate

    LONDON, Oct. 16.

    In the tirst free Foreign Ex-
    change dealings in London since
    the outbreak of the war the Cana-
    dian dollar opened on Monday at
    $2.95% to $2.95%4 in relation to
    the pound sterling.

    This compared with a range of
    $2.95 to $2.97 which the Bank of
    Ergland had previously been fix-
    ing.

    It was announced on Friday that
    from Monday the Bank of Eng-
    land will stop fixing rates for the
    Canadian dollar. Instead the rate
    will fluctuate in accordance with
    the supply and demand in a free
    market between authorized banks.

    —Can. Press









    Reuter
    ARTIE'S POSTSCRIPT
    FROM LONDON



    “ft merely asked whic: ig
    the starboard side oo)
    qasometer |”



    Government Approve Oil

    THE Governor - in - Executive
    Committee has approved under the
    terms of the Prospecting Licens«
    issued to the Barbados Gulf Oi!
    Company Ltd. the followin:
    \Prospecting Programme of the
    | Company:—~

    “A general geological review
    of the Island is now being
    carried out by our New York
    staff based upon such informa-

    | tion as can be obtained from

    | literature and other source

    | while, at the same time, a

    geologic reconnaissance is also

    in the process of being carried
    out in Barbados proper

    It is next planned to perform
    |} a gravimeter st rvey during
    | latter months of
    } in 1951 This

    the
    1950 or ear!

    survey de



    inom

    the distribu



    field, several months will be re
    quired to calculate and analyse
    the data obtained therefrom. It
    goped that this analysis will
    indicate areas wherein a_ seis-
    mograph survey should be pe

    formed, and the plans call for
    eurrying out thi eismograph
    irvey in 1951

    The seismograph urvey

    designed to indicate by
    of the relative }
    energy movement through ths
    sediments, areas tructurall
    favourable for the accumulatiorz
    of oil It is planned to carry
    out this survey by the two
    known methods of seismograph





    veloc °o

    investigation, reflectior ind re

    fraction. Agair followin

    field rvey v ever:

    rnontk vill be neede to pe

    fe invol mat
    nece

    invited to take seats at the

    |Council table during deliberation

    lof the Falestine issue

    | The first complaint was

    Egypt charge that Israel was |
    matical) expelling Palestinian }

    Arabs

    were

    the



    several



    and violating pro-
    ivisions of the Israeli-Egyptian
    | Armistice Agreement Mahmoud

    |Fawzil Bey of Egypt alleged that
    israel nad so far forcibly removed

    jover 6,000 Arabs from Palestine
    who had been accepted by the
    \igyptian Government after they

    had
    tier

    Aubrey Eban of Israel denied
    il) Egyptain charges and said that
    {Israel had neither violated any
    |arfhistice provision nor carried on
    'an organised campaign to expel
    \Arabs from Palestine. The Coun-
    ci) epijourned until Friday.

    been driven to Egypt’s fron-







    —Reuter.

    ! erms
    ing on of the gravimeter and
    eismograph surveys, out-
    lined above, mineralogical, li-
    thologica', and micropale< ‘oin-
    gical stud will con inue ‘2
    be carried ott on collected



    mples, Based on the resuits
    of thig seismograph survey, it
    s hoped tuat a structure favor-
    able for oil accumulation will
    be determined so that a well
    I be dril's as proposed
    cl ci he Prospectin«
    Lice late in 1951 or



    depending
    availability of

    upon
    vechnicall

    | Long Range

    RN icepealiilisieinaen scien







    ined personnel and material
    that A
    ea ot the present con
    t lifficuly to be pre {
    xact date ‘|
    ate |
    phase of |

    n be accom










    —-—

    On 100-Mile Front

    By JULIAN BATES
    TOKYO, Oct. 16.

    SouTH KOREAN forces were within 34 miles of

    the Communist capital Pyongyang tonight,
    front line reports said. This nearest point was on
    the southeast. Other troops were 45 miles east of
    the city.
    The Communist Radio in Pyongyang admitted that
    the United Nations forces were “pressing towards

    North Korea’s central defence area’’.
    ” P ” Ze South Korean troops formed the
    nerthern sector of an offensive of
    a 100 miles are gathering momen-
    tum for what observers believed
    would be the major battle of the
    campaign

    British Commonwealth an
    American treops were sweeping
    north from Kumehon and Nam-
    chonjon c:ptured yesterday
    about 55 mules from the Commy

    High Speed

    WITH ATOMIC POWER

    SAN FRANCISCO Oct. 16,

    Atomic power will make it nist capital ! ;
    p-ssibie for the airsiners to com In some cases they were Mov
    vine ameniously high speeds} '™8 5° quickly that their positions

    with almost unlimited range”, Sir could not be pinpointed

    William P, Hildred British Some Briush Commonwes!t!
    rector General ¢ the Intern, men were cleaning up C omimnu
    (ional Air Transport Association nist pockets around Kumechon

    When the »°ea is cleared they
    will join the American Firsy Ca -
    valry Division in their drive
    north, Observers said that the
    battle for Pyongyang would be
    ‘ought over the plains, surround-
    ing it and probably in vhe stree‘s
    cf the city itself.

    North Keieans were expected
    to throw in aireraft, tanks and

    said here today

    Looking ahead to the indusuwial
    use of atomic energy in his annuul
    report, Sir William told the
    Association’s sixth annual generel
    meeting: “We may then have air

    craft with which we can. really
    make money.”

    Civil Aviation Experts from 45
    ountries nvet here to discuss plan,





    » make air travel cheaper and their Youghest remaining in-
    safer at the five-day annul fantry — !coug hoarded for an
    rarliament of World's Airlines, emergency

    In the central United Nation:

    In his review of airline progress front South Koreans carrying
    in 1949, Sir William said only their armg and water, ad-
    scheduled airhnes had flown vanced up the valley road i
    100,000,000 aircraft miles, This withim 34 miles of the capital.

    was equal to 35,000 trips around
    the world and an increase of,10
    per cent over 1948. they pushed on beyond Suan, im-
    They carried 27,000,000 peop.e} portant road: junction during the
    —an increase of 3,000,000 over} night,
    1948—for a total of 15,000,000,000!
    passenger miles or
    more than 1948.
    Air cargo increased “spectacu
    larly” by 20 per cent reaching a

    Thrusting along the main road
    easf of the main American drive



    Other Sou sh
    15 per cent | ariving across .ii

    the captured east coast port of
    Wonsan had reached a point 45
    miles from the Communist capital,

    Korean troops
    peninsula from

    otal of 400,000,000 ton mile he Lad weather over the most of
    said Korea’s hampered American air
    Our safety record last year activity, It was announced to-

    night that the Fifth Air Force flew
    20)~-miles in support .of
    missions during the day.

    improving” he declared. ice
    Other steps forward had heen

    progressive modernisation of th»

    airlines fleet of more than 2,500 Frontline reports said that ad-
    aircraft during the past year.|vancing United Nations troops
    After the first disruption caused|were uncovering secret arms
    y the devaluation of sterling and|dumps left by retreating Com-
    other currencies in September|munists for possible use by
    1948, the “underlying expansion. | «nerillas after or@anised resist-

    ery trend has reasserted
    Sir William continued,

    itsell’’ | ance has been broken

    Main roads north from the 48th

    Referring to some of the}parallel run through shrub —
    benefits which 30 years of air] covered hills, ideal for infiltration
    vansport had brought to the/and guerilla tactics, but Com
    world Sir William said air trans-|munists have so far made little

    port had revolutionised communi-| use of them. Observers said that

    ations in Colombia, which is| the Communists have thrown a
    ‘ivided by three mountain ranges | light ecreen of experienced
    ond in Brazil where journeys e On pare 3

    which used to take six months



    tow take only two hours by air

    At to-day’s session Warren Lee TELL THE *TYVOCATE
    Pierson, Chairman of the Board 2 PUS
    of Transworld Airlines too THE NEW
    office as the Associations’ President Ring 3112 Day or Night.
    succeeding Dr, Albert Plesman, ma OTHE ADVOCATE

    President and Founder of KLM

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    BARBADOS ADVOCATE

    err reenter rn

    — Canih Calling

    R. RISLEY TUCKER, British

    Countil representative and
    Mrs. Tucker held a Cocktaii
    Party at their home “Thorpes”,
    St. James last night, in honour of
    Mr. Charles Thomas.

    Mr, Thomas is here on a two.
    month visit, under the auspices of
    the British Council, to give advice
    and practical assistance to local
    dramatic clubs and amateur
    groups.

    Seuth American

    Atmosphere

    ERE was a South Americah
    atmosphere about the Club
    Motgan on Saturday night. Not
    so much the people, but the music.
    The orchestra played a variety
    of sambas, rhumbas and tangos
    which went over very well wita

    the many dancers.

    al members and _ visitors
    from Trinidac were in the
    majority. Howc cr there were a
    few Venezuelan and Canadian
    tourists.

    First Visit

    R. AND MRS. L. A;

    SUMMERS and their
    daughter Suzanne arrived from

    Venezuela yesterday morning via
    Trinidad by B.W.LA:

    Mr,’ Summers is with Creole
    Petroleum Corporation, in Eastern
    Venezuela, He is originally from
    Oaklahoma, but has been living in
    Venezuela for many years.

    They plan te be here for about
    two weeks and are guests at the



    first visit to Barbados,

    Here For Two Weeks
    RRIVING from Trinidad yes-
    terday morning by B.W.LA.
    was Mr. Harold Ward, son of Mr.
    and Mrs. Eddie Ward of Max-
    wells.

    Harold lives in Trinidad where
    he works with Messrs A, P. Plim-
    mer in @ort-of-Spain. He expects
    to be here for about two weeks.

    Returned On Sunday
    A FTER three weeks’ holiday
    in Trinidad. Mrs. Thos. Fitz-
    gerald returned home on Sunday
    afternoon by B.W.I.A.
    She had been visiting her son
    Pat and her daughter Pauline.
    both of whom live in Trinidad.

    En Route To Puerto Rico
    RS. UNA VAZQUEZ of An-
    tigua arrived here yesterday

    afternoon by B.W.1.A. to see the

    American Consul, as she plans to

    join her husband Wilfredo, who

    works in Puerto Rico,
    Mr,. Vazquez expects to be in

    Barbados for about a week and a

    half.

    Back from Canada-U.S. Trip
    R. TREVOR BOWRING,
    Director of Messrs DaCosta

    and Co., is back from his four-

    month trip to Canada and the U.S.

    He arrived just over a week
    ago by the Alcoa Pegasus.

    faying With Her Sister
    RS. PAUL HOLLENDER and
    her young son Brian, arriv-
    ed yesterday by the Canadiar
    Chailenger from Montserrat to
    spend a_ holiday.

    Mrs. Hollender is staying with
    her sister Miss Ann Penchoen at
    Kent House.

    Her husband is an estate owner
    in Montserrat: and they have
    many friends in Barbados, .

    On Holiday
    OLIDAYING in Barbados for
    two weeks are Mr. and Mrs.
    E, A. Davson of England. They
    arrived on Saturday morning on
    the “Golfito” and are staying at
    the Ocean View Hotel,

    One of the Directors of S. Dav-
    son & Co., Ltd, in Georgetown,
    Mr. Davson comes out to the
    West Indies every two years to
    look after his business in British
    Guiana and expects to be in these
    parts for about six months.

    Spent Four Months
    \ APT. THE HON'’BLE Earl
    Hughes of Grenada, return-
    ed from England on the “Golfite”
    on Saturday morning after spend_
    ing four months’ holiday there.
    He will be remaining here for
    one week end is staying at the
    Hotel Royal.

    While in England Capt. Hughes
    saw two of the cricket Test
    Matches and some of the County
    matches.



    BY THE WAY

    (7* again this upright column
    sets forth on its annual crus
    sades, Once more we arm to fight
    the growing tendency that modern
    z00 pienickers have of leaving
    broken glass and cigarette cartons
    behind in kangaroos’ pouches, of
    the nation-wide habit of storing
    glue in teapots, of loose-thinking
    in scientific circles regarding the
    influence of temperature on. the
    micellary size of aerosols. of Miss
    Barbara Hutton and of Mr. Smeet’s
    ae in waistcoats,

    e

    Oh, well.

    Happy Divorce Quiz
    INTELLECTUAL FIELD:—

    1. DO you prefer to spend an
    *“vening in the coal cellar rather
    than with your loved ones round
    the television set?

    is unfurled —





    pn : acostumes
    Paradise Beach Club. This is their!g

    sac SAwMeOLS
    Going. ais ,




    WKO

    Christmas Is Coming

    ARIB has ears and eyes
    7 everywhere, and he hbs
    just heard, that big preparations
    are in progress for a su floor
    show at the Marine Hotel on
    December 23rd.

    Norman . Wood is again in
    charge of the preductioh anki
    Ca w stands that the
    singing octet is something to be
    seen a$ well as to be Heard. Their
    . até the last word ia
    entertainment of this kind.

    He also hears that Santa Claus
    in the guise of — well, mustn’t
    say too much, but all things at-
    tributable to the Christmas
    festivities will be there, and one
    thing which will gladden every-
    body's heart is that the floor show
    starts at 9 p.m., so there’ll be no
    waiting and no rush for chairs—
    they will be there already. Roll
    on Christmas.

    Girl Guides Commissioner

    Be’


    R. AND MRS. C. C. BAR-

    ROW of British Guiana

    ‘who .arrived here about-12 days

    ago will be remaining for another

    ‘three weeks as guests at “Leaton-
    on-Sea”’, The Stream.

    Superintendent of the Frigi-
    daire Service of
    Booker Bros. McConnell & Co.,
    Ltd. Mr. Barrow told Carib
    that he was born of Barbadian
    parentage and first came to the
    island 30 years ago when he was
    quite a youngster and therefore

    could not remember anything
    about it.

    His wife who is the daughter
    of Rev. and Mrs. M. A, Cossou
    of Georgetown is very active in
    Guiding him, is District Commis-
    ‘sioner of the Girl Guides’ Associ-
    ation as well as Skipper of the
    First Sea Rangers.

    Her hobbies are bridge and
    hockey and she_ represented
    Sritish Guiana at the latter against
    Trinidad in British Guiana last
    year. :

    Mrs. Barrow said that hev
    mother is Divisional Commis-

    sioner of the Girl Guides’ Associ-
    ation and has been associated
    with guiding in British Guiana,
    for over 27 years.

    | arnie’s HEADLINE

    “‘Lwish the Under-18’s, Over-

    70's and expectant mothers

    would be more careful where

    they throw their banana-
    skins!”



    By

    2. DO you believe your wife
    should show an intelligent inter-
    est in your work or mind her own
    damned_ bi ess?

    FAMILY LD:—

    1, DO you advocate changes in
    the home such as havi your
    younger son sent to the , or
    making your wife wear a mask?

    2. O you use earplugs in the
    house always or only occasionally?
    GREEN FIELD:—

    DO you believe that your
    should be put out to graze?

    I Know a Post Office
    Savings Bank Where
    The Wild Thyme Blows

    So fond of flowers is Miss i.
    Mathews, sub-postmistress of
    Kimpton (Hants) that she uses the

    1,
    witr:

    post office windows as a green- telegrams

    Barbados* Leading Chinese

    Restaurant

    the

    GREEN

    open from 9am. until midnight

    DRAGON

    Serving a variety of Oriental Dishes prepared by

    a Chinese Chef wit

    h years of experience

    “SE. Gomes, Judge

    No 9 Broad Street For Reservations Dial 3896





    eae

    Jamaican Author

    N LONDON is Mr. J. A. Rogers,
    author of “Sex and Race” (3
    vols.), “From Superman to Man,”
    “100 Amazing Facts about the
    Negro” and er anthropological
    works. He lives in the United
    States, where he i8 a lecturer in
    Sociology and Anthropology.
    He leaves shortly for a visit to
    Belgium.

    West Indian Guide

    ND while on the subject of
    West Indian authors, news

    has just reached me a very
    inte pul the
    Central of Information. It
    is called “A West indian in
    En by H.

    of the West
    — By me of Union. Ww this
    small and handy publica’ these
    two have collaborated to set do
    for the information of other West

    Indian visitors to this country a
    frank ahd exceedingly fair picture
    oe in. Britain and

    oa impact on West Indians. } &4:

    booklet is very well illustrated
    by pen and ink sketches and is
    full of extremely useful and
    practical information.

    Returning From India

    1S week Mr. Arthur Creech
    Jones, foriner Colonial Secre-
    tary, retufis from India. He
    faces an ufcertain future.
    Since his défeat in the Général
    Election he has had no appoint-
    ment. In India he was one of the

    ig oo Solapains to the Institute
    ifie Relations; this mission
    was unpaid.

    Mr. Creech Jones was for four
    years a £5,000-a-year Cabinet

    inister. Since February his in-
    come has been from writing and
    broadcasting. He has not yet

    been adopted as a candidate for
    the next election

    The former Minister lives with | |

    his wife in Kensington Court,
    Kensington.

    Ten Shillings For One

    qos has just given me a
    George IV shilling in my
    change. It was a kindness, though
    doubtless unintended: for such
    coins are now worth up to 10s.
    (according to their condition).

    coin expert tells me he has
    never seen a George IV shilling in
    change: there must be very few
    still in ¢ireulation. Probably mine
    had been éd away in some
    odd corner for many years.

    Diploma Jn Engineering

    R. L. A. BAILEY who went
    up to England and joined
    the R.A.F., in 1944 returned on
    Saturday morning by the ‘Golfito’
    accompanied by his Welsh wife
    the former Miss Phyllis Freeman
    Son of Mr. and Mrs. Ivan
    Bailey of Bank Hall, he said that
    after he was demobbed in 1947,
    he entered the College of Aero-
    nautical Engineering at Chelsea,
    London where he afterwards ob-
    tained his diploma.

    Intransit

    A MONG the passengers arriv-
    ing on the ‘Golfito’ on Satur—
    day from England intransit for
    Trinidad after spending 2 holiday.
    were Sir Cecil Furness_Smith,
    K.C., Chief Justice and Lady Fur_
    ness-Smith, His Honour Mr
    of the
    Supreme Court and Mrs. Gomes,
    Mr. . L. Grant, Managing
    Director of T. Geddes Grant Ltd.,
    and Mrs. Grant.

    Viscount Elibank

    T HEAR that Viscount and

    Viscountess Elibank will
    shortly be leaving England to
    take up residence in South Africa
    —for health reasons, Lord
    Elibank will be remembered by
    many West Indians as President
    of the West India Committee from
    1930 to 1936. As Mr. Gideon
    Murray, he was Administrator of
    St. Vincent from 1909 to 1915 and

    for the next two years Adminis—

    trator of St. Lucia.

    BEACHCOMBER

    house. Strangers passing througn
    the village have mistaken the post
    office for a florist’s shop.

    Now in my village we have de-
    veloped this idea a little further.
    Just listen: —

    Stranger:
    (Pause.)

    Stranger: Hem! (Pause,)

    Stranger: Er, I say—when you
    have finished doing your hair I’d
    like a dozen of those pink roses
    (Pause.)

    Stranger: Look—will you please
    put down your knitting and sell me
    those roses before they die?
    (Pause.)

    Good morning.

    Stranger: I say, PLEASE —
    they’re for my girl friend’s birth-
    day and if you don’t do something

    soon she'll be too old.
    Miss S; Ay'm sorry—greetings
    next counter, please,




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    Too Little Night |
    Life And Comfort
    But So Polite

    |
    |
    }
    FIFTEEN American travel
    agents, including four women,
    have just left after a 10-day four |
    of Britain by air, rail and road.
    One of them, Miss H. Macheras,
    $1, of Chicago, said before she



    went: “England is OK, I am
    coming back.” Then shéstold me
    in Getail what she dislifed, ant

    liked, about the country.

    CRITICISM.—“Your hotels shoul:
    be warmer—particularly the bed -
    rooms. Everyone of us caught
    a cold on this trip.

    Lumpy Beds
    “Your beds are appalling.
    M: \ of them are lumpy.

    is indifferent in mai,’ |
    “Your dérink
    data rules
    lessons.
    “There is not enough night
    lifé in London for most Ameri-

    laws and your
    should be stan-
    Many restaurateurs
    take coffee-making

    s,
    “There is rather a_ depressed
    air about many English.@eople—
    I did not sense this en in
    Scotland—but I loved your quiet
    sense of humour.

    PRAISE.—“Now let
    ‘ou the nice things,
    “

    me tell
    which are
    more important.
    The old world atmosphere is
    onderful and so is the food.
    here is delicious, and I
    have had the best roast beef |
    have ever tasted.

    “Sight-seeing is really excit-
    ing, because there are so many
    historical places. Your travel i
    comfortable

    are favourable’ to

    Americans.

    “Clothes for men and women |
    are_ start.

    “Your mén are so polite, and
    your women are so ape YN







    ELPTIL?



    cROSSWORD |
    A



    |

    Rev. J. W. Griffiths, viear of
    Lo
    warned that a mother who be-

    eate check
    CHRISTO!

    PLANTAI

    From the

    On” the Job;

    4.10

    Radio Newsreel;

    the Week; 8.30

    This dove-grey gown of tull

    m. BBC Orchestra; 9

    and taffeta, from a Frene. tm, Meet the Commonwealth; 10 p.m.

    des ener, has what he calls tho | The News; 10.10 p.m, From the Fe'i-

    “ sheedded look.” tcrials; 10.15 p.m. Tip Top Tunes;
    London Express Seivice 10.45 p.m. Report from Britain;

    p.m.

    Rupert and the Castaway—27



    = Sede
    Rupert gazes at the island where see him becko:
    the smoke i rising. ‘* There's some-
    body «ver there,"’ he thinks, * but
    why do they want me ro be inter-
    ested in it ?'’ He ponders over the
    uzzie and hardly notices thar rhe
    ittle coons have run away again
    until he hears Koko chattering and

    shore and



    LONDON.

    ncon’s St, Augustine’s Church,
    tie parents.

    lieves that her daughter tells her




    Housewives’.
    Guide

    Prices of Christophenes and
    Plantains when the Advo-

    NS—
    News
    7.45 a.m. Generally Speaking; 8 4,m
    Editorials; 8.10 a.m, Pro-
    j Music; 9 a.m. Close Down; 12 noon
    The News; 12,10 p.m, News Analysis:
    12.15 p.m. Programme Parade; 12.18

    MATINEE: WEDNESDAY at 5 P.M.
    RICHARD ARLEN — DEVINE
    , in "
    a were A Unk ate

    12 c@hts per pound.
    6, 7 and 8 cents each.

    B.B.C. RADIO



    PROGRAMME

    TUESDAY, Oct.
    7 a.m. The News;
    Analysis; 7.15 a.m, Souvenirs of Music;

    gramme Parade; 8.15 a.m. Let's Make

    p.m. Musie from Grand
    1.15 p.m. Radio News-
    reel; 1.30 p.m. Tip Top Tunes; 2 p.m
    The News; 2.10 p.m, Home News trom

    Pritain; 2.15 p.m. Sports Review; 2.:0
    p.m. Radio Theatre; 4 p.m. The News;
    p.m. The daily Service; 4.15 p.m

    westra; 9

    p.m. On
    Midland light

    British Concert Hall,



    ning. Following his
    amel! friend he climbs down to the
    f finds that the rest of the

    to the end one is another little boat.
    Taking great care not to slip off the
    rocks, he iains them

    so te peas sine sch
    Mother: Daughter!

    “Frankly, I doubt that this un-
    derstanding ever does exist to the
    extent supposed by some optimis-

    TUESDAY, OCTOBER. 17, 1950

    (
    AQUATIC CLUB CINEMA (iembers Only)
    TONIGHT at 8.30
    Universal presents - BUD ABBOTT and LOU COSTELLO
    in “HOLD THAT GHOST”

    A Universal Picture.
    WEDNESDAY and THURSDAY at 8.30 P.M.








    PLAZA oisTIN

    Loretta YOUNG

    LAST TWO SHOWS
    5 and 8.30 P.M.

    “THE ACCUSED”
    Robert CUMMINGS in

    “SEVEN SAVED”
    with Richard DENNING (Paramount Double)

    WEDNESDAY and THURSDAY coe 30 P.M.
    “BRIDE OF VENGEANGE” &

    ——FH=_”»-““"D@V—"0o"™"”DaMamon—wwWWa—=>—@"DPPPSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSS



    17, 1950.
    7.10 am.



    EMPIRE THEATRE

    THURSDAY 19th and FRIDAY 20th at 8.30 P.M.
    MATINEE; FRIDAY AT 5 P.M.

    Hotel; 1 p.m.



    Pim, Gerne

    Programme Par-

    MRS. A. L. STUART Presents Her SCHOOL of
    DANCING in

    ‘REVUEDEVILLE 1950°

    Music by the Police Band Directed by
    Capt. C. E. RAISON, A.R.C.M., M.B.E.

    7.15 p.m

    His Excellency the Governor and Party will be atténding
    First Night

    BOX OFFICE OPEN DAILY
    From 8.30 a.m. to 12 noon and 1.30 p.m, to 3.30 p.m.

    PRICES:— ORCHESTRA and BOXES $1.50; HOUSE $1.00;
    BALCONY 172c. RESERVED.

    ———— —

    EMPIRE

    TO-DAY and Tomorrow
    445 & 8.30

    M.G.M. Pictures Presents

    “THE DOCTOR
    AND
    THE GIRL”

    Starring
    Glenn FO

    —————

    ROYAL

    LAST TWO SHOWS
    TO-DAY 4.30 & 8.30
    Republic Big Double .. .
    Sunset CARSON &
    Peggy STEWART

    in

    “DAYS OF BUFFALO
    BILL”



    RD
    Charles COBURN
    Gloria DeHAVEN









    ivi ’ “ i Janet LEIGH
    Across everything is living in a “fool's Only one thing is more un- ; AND

    a et in hae Tapereinee. (6 nee likely. And that is that the son With Bruce Bi

    iy re ev. Griffiths said in his parish tells her all.” “ ”
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    ie Get oy rgund this for @ fruit (4 GAIETY (The Garden) ST. JAMES meee 2 Adele MARA
    % Foor WBS terns ome 1) LAST SHOW TONITE 8.30 WARNER'S DOUBLE!
    21. Welsh “line.” (5) “GIRL FROM JONES’ BEACH” Virginia Mayo — and

    FRIDAY NIGHT at 8.30

    + a aes cute oe. wie. (8) “GOD IS MY CO-PILOT” with Dennis MORGAN ROxyY CA CAS NEG Q
    2° Pes - mil; 4.30 p.m, » RA Hg
    2 People nage worked. 8. differen! WEDNESDAY and THURSDAY 8.30 P.M. eee eee m
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    i tint to ay basocinee (8). A WARNER'S DOUBLE! ag TO-DAY Only 445 & 8.15

    ear, (4) First
    10 Moved—like the porridge snoulc ~ “

    ‘omorrow 4.45 & 8.15
    le fhis iss u bit sticky! (4) COPACABANA T 4. ‘anal Inet.
    io Try in the latest. (4)
    '& Therefore gore is rearrangea (4% GLOBE THEATRE AND Republic Serial ;
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    i aa Rese: ft! MR. ACE MYSTERIOUS DR
    bunneed 2 treat, ) ev. { ‘
    Sintiiv’ Yo, Waa go. Ovedienee Bawa, TO-DAY 5 & 8.30 ONLY with ;
    | Come and go . nm tes ‘i
    of 5 Lifae 5 Ape 7 Wh re. 9. Syn, George RAFT
    foie Moya 2 Wid oe ane “ DUCHESS OF IDAHO ” Sylvia SIDNEY SATAN
    Fs TO-NITE at 8.30 Starring



    Be Wise...

    . . . Advertise

    BOXING —

    AT THE
    YANKEE STADIUM

    Sensational Middleweight
    Championship Contest
    TUESDAY NIGHT
    31st October, 1950
    at 8.00 p.m.
    Postponed owing to the
    illness of Bassin

    YOUNG

    BASSIN
    Middleweight
    Champion

    RALPH

    Barbados
    Middleweight
    Champion French
    1 West Indies

    12 ROUNDS 12

    eine SginteAnals
    KID

    vs. KING

    126 126
    SIX ROUNDS.

    Prices: Ringside $2.00, Bal-
    cony 1.50, Cage $1.00
    Arena $1.00, Bleachers 48.

    P.S. Bassin will be seen at the
    Union Hotel from Mondoy, 4,30

    GARDEN

    offer



    ESTHER WILLIAMS, LENA HORNE,
    VAN JOHNSON & ELEANOR POWELL



    EMPIRE THEATRE
    STARTING SATURDAY 2ist

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    M-G-M's Riotous Romance.
    CLARK



    LORETTA

    ELLI
    MADAM O'LINDY & Edward Cle eert WILCOX

    TROUPE in

    William area eHAW
    *CARACAS NIGHT’ C. Montague
    Introducing With
    ; Ella NEAL eRT
    The “FLYING SAUCER” thy HERB

    TODAY 5 and 8.30 P.M.
    Warner Bros. present

    Gary COOPER in “TASK FORCE”

    SPECIAL MAT. THURS, 2 P.M. (Double Feature)

    Jimmy DAVIS in Johnny MACK BROWN

    “LOUISIANA” & “PRAIRIE EXPRESS”

    IN MAY 1949 ALFRED HITCHCOCK’S

    “ROPE”

    was released at the Oistin—Plaza and played to packed
    Houses for one week. In response to numerous
    request we are now repeating:—

    Alfred HITCHCOCK’S

    “ROPE

    Color by Technicolor!

    with James STEWART — Farley GRANGER
    Sir Cedric HARDWICKE and Others

    at the

    PLAZA THEATRE
    —— BRIDGETOWN ——

    For Two Days Only
    WEDNESDAY 18th, THURSDAY 19th 5 and 8.30 P.M.

    SPECIAL MATINEE SATURDAY MORNING. 9.30
    (Double Feature) (Cheap Prices)
    James Oliver CURWOOD’S Johnny Mack BROWN in

    “WOLF HUNTERS” & “OVERLAND TRAIL’

    with Kirby GRANT and with Raymond HATTON
    “CHINOOK” The Wonder Dog

    OPENING FRIDAY 20TH 2.30 and 8.30 P.M.
    THE MUCH—TALKED—ABOUT STAGE HIT!

    TOGETHER!



    ~



    KEY 10 THE CITY

    “LIFE WITH FATHER”



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    - Irené DUNNE




    TUBSDAY, OCTOBER 17, 1950





    BARB











    pee | |
    Xf
    SAIGON

    AN

    a lonely part of the

    M“A* people
    Korea is an isolated petiin-
    _ in

    ie,

    acifi
    Western World.
    This

    wrong that view is.

    with little relation to the
    unusual map shows how

    i

    GPHILIPPINES (U.S.)



    Here can be seen the short
    rotite from America, by air bases
    in the Aleutian Islands, to Korea
    and the link, from there, with
    Saigon,



    : OUTERS Via vosiek te Moscow
    : 4,800 miles i






    United Nations Forees, in cross-
    ing the 38th Parallel, have com-
    mitted themselves to reaching
    the frontier of Red Manchuria
    and going uear the border of
    Russia itself. .... Note the

    The map shews how the position of the vital Soviet base

    Britain’s National Debt;
    $70,748,168,313

    LONDON

    TWENTY-THREE years ago an anonymous donor gave
    $2,000,000 to form a National Fund. He stipulated the

    money should be allowed to increase by
    until it was enough to pay off Britain’s

    The latest Treasury White
    Paper reveals that the fund,
    swollen by interest ahd donations,
    has grown, Yet it is further from
    being able to pay off the national
    debt thar when it was started,

    The London..Evening Standard
    réported that im 23 years it has
    inereased by four million dollars
    but in the same period the debt
    has increased by some $60,000
    million,

    Complications

    The Evening Standard pointed
    out that in theory, if the fund were
    left alone for about 400 years and
    the national debt did not increase
    =. more in the meantime, the
    débt could be paid off. But long
    before this complications would
    have set in,

    The fund would be receiving an
    annual incomeof something like
    $1,000 million, This would not be
    taxed or spent on goods; therefore
    it would represent a huge drain
    on the nation’s resources.

    Professor Li. C. Robbins of the
    Lehdon University School of

    about a shilling (14 cents) in-
    vested at compound interest in the
    time of Christ.

    “By now it would be wortn
    several times all the gold on the
    earth.”

    Britain’s national debt now
    stands at $70,748,168,313. The
    only way the national debt could



    compound interest
    national debt.





    The Weather

    TODAY
    Sun Rises: 5.49 a.m.
    Jay Sets: 5.42 p.m.
    oon (First Quarter) Octo-
    3 18. ?
    iting; 6.00 p.m,
    High Water: 9.13 a.m., 8.37
    P.m. .
    YESTERDAY
    Rainfall (Codrington) nil.
    Total for Month to Yester-
    day: 4.78 ins.
    Temperature (Max) 86.0 °F.
    Temperature (Min) 74.5 °F.
    Wind Direction (9 a.m.)
    E.N.E, (3 ee) E.N.E.
    = Velocity: 10 miles per

    ur,
    Barometer (9 a.m.) 29.850
    (3 p.m.) 29.767.



    Question Of

    PORT-OF-SPAIN, Trinidad.

    Members of the Legislative
    Council will be entitled to their
    salaries from the on which
    they will be sworn in — October
    20. It is undérstood legel ruling
    Was sought, when it was pointed
    out, that the previous years
    members started to draw their

    of the country’s real wealth to be
    increased by this amount and the
    whole increase taxed 100 per cent,

    first official return of their elec-
    tion. This was found to be
    incorrect and the opinion was
    sought. From other sources it
    was learnt that the question of
    payment for Ministers to be
    appointed by the Governor will
    have to be decided by
    Colony’s Executive Council.



    the

    Cricket Meeting

    The Board of Management of
    the Barbados Cricket Associa-
    tion will hold a meeting this
    afternoon to discuss the agenda
    to be placed before the General |
    Meeting of the West Indies}
    Cricket Board of Control. The
    latter meeting takes place in
    Trinidad on October 19, 20 and 21.; Fifteen persons were Killed

    It is expected that Mr. F. A. C./ when a river bridge collapsed at
    Clairmonte .and Mr. E, L. G.| Medellin, about 150 miles north-
    Hoad will be the representatives| west of Bogota on Friday night.
    of Barbados. —(CP)



    | e
    E¢onomics said the whole thing Salaries
    reminded him of the old fallacy
    be pafd off would be for the value | salaries as from the date of the

    Bridge Collapses;
    15 Killed

    BOGOTA, Colombia, Oct. 16.





    SATISFYING

    STRONG + NOURISHING -







    Archbishop
    To Tour

    GEORGETOWN, Oct. 13.
    is. Grace the Archbishop of
    the West Indies will be leaving
    British Guiana on October 30 on
    a visit to the dioceses in the
    Province

    The Doctor of Divinity (Lam-
    beth) Degree recently awardéT
    Dr. Knight will be conferred on
    him by the Dean of Georgetown
    at a special service to be held in
    St. George’s Cathedral, George-
    town, on Sunday, October 29.

    The Degree will be conferred
    by Dean Young who has been
    commissioned by the Archbishop
    of Canterbury to act on his
    behalf, and the oath will be ad-
    ministered by Acting Chief Jus-
    tice F. M. Boland.



    Russian Army Has

    Greater Fire Power

    FRANKFURT, Germany, Oct. 16.

    Russia’s army packs more fire
    power than the American army
    man for man. Russifi has the best
    fank and the best self-propelled
    big gun in the world.

    These are admissions of the
    U.S. Army itself and what Ameri-
    can troops in Germany are taught.
    Estimates are based on detailed
    reports.

    In its analysis of these reports
    the U.S. Army pulls no punches
    but offers this consolation: The
    Soviet Army pays a high price
    for its heavy fire power. It loses
    staying power, balance and mo-
    bility. A U.S, Division can main-
    tain itself in combat longer, move
    faster and keep better communi-
    cations

    The U.S. Army recently an-
    nounced a big increase in the fire
    ower of its infantry division.
    ut apparently the netw Soviet
    Rifle Division stills outguns it on
    man for man basis.—-(cP)

    TOYS COME

    Christmas crackers and toys
    were among the cargo discharged
    here yesterday by the “Geologist”’.
    The “Geologist” came from Liver-

    pool,
    During the past month, ships
    coming from England have beer

    bringing toys and other Christ-
    mas goods for Barbados.

    Tea, biscuits, barley, cod liver-
    oil, coffee, confectionery, evapor-
    ated milk, salt and oil stoves also
    made up part of the cargo.

    AM YOUNGER,

    NOURISHING

    -MILK STOUT,

    ns ly

    William Younger’s

    Mare SF S$ . £oee # || INCE & Co., Led. |



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    with Mentholated pre-war grad
    (4% Pint Quality)

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    ] / “EUTIAN 1SUh\
    (NORTH PAGIFIC OCEA
    of Vladivostok. Already the China (where a battle has: been

    Russians claim that one of their
    airfields has been pounded by
    the Americans,

    \Other tension spots—Formosa,
    the Philippimes, French Indo-

    CHARLES WILL
    FIGHT BARONE

    NEW YORK, Oct. 16
    Ezzard Charles tonight agreed
    to defend his world heavyweight
    title against Nick Barone of Syra-
    cuse on November 28 in Cincinnati.
    Barone is sixth in the

    light heavyweight ranking list of /M@tch

    the National Boxing Association,
    —Reuter.

    N. Zealand Invited
    To Tour S. Africa

    JOHANNESBURG,
    The New Zealand



    Oct. 16,
    Cricket

    Association have been invited wolin the

    send a team to tour South Africa
    in 1953—54.

    The invitation follows a
    decision taken at a recent meetin;
    of the South African
    Board.

    If the tour materialises it will | Emmett

    be the first visit to the Union by
    a New Zealand Cricket side.
    —Reuter.



    Curacao Delegates

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    THE Advocate understands that
    there will be an informal joint
    meeting of the two houses of the
    Tegislature to-day, to select two
    unofficial members of the legisla-
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    of the West Indian Conference,
    to be held in Curacao, Dutch
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    to December 8th,

    CASE DISMISSED

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    PORT-OF-SPAIN,

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    lthe Legislative Council, who was
    jcharged for assaulting Jaimool
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    raging) are also shown.

    Communist zones on the map
    are shaded. The white arrow
    points to the 38th Parallel
    dividing Korea,

    L.E.S.

    Commonwealth

    Wins Again

    BARODA, Oct. 16.
    The Commonwealth Cricket
    Team gained the second victory
    of their tour when they beat
    aroda, Ranji Trophy Champion
    by 9 wickets. The
    ended with 35 minutes left
    for play on the third and last day.
    Baroda who made 159 in their
    first innings were dismissed in
    their second knock for 204, leav
    ing the Commonwealth who scored
    248, to get 116 runs to win
    Frank Worrell, West Indies
    test player who captained the
    Commonwealth eleven took four
    second innings wickets for
    46 runs. He was not out with 586
    Commonwealth's Second
    innings when the match ended.

    Needing 116 in just over 2 hours
    for victory the Commonwealth

    Cricket | lost Harold Gimblett the Somerset

    opener at seven but George

    (Gloucestershire) and
    Worrell knocked off the required
    runs,

    Worrell did not hurry and too
    no chances, picking out the loose
    balls to punish ih compiling his 58
    Emmett executed a variety of
    powerful strokes all around the

    —Reuter.





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    Added energy for f°

    troops for a last stand.

    The drive has encountered
    heavier resistance from artillery
    than South Koreans have so far
    met. But the South Korean drive
    westward from Wonsan was now
    entering the hill country where
    heavier opposition seemed likely.

    Reuter’s correspondent William
    Parrott reported from Seoul on
    Saturday that villagers just north
    of Seoul had counted groups up
    to 10,000 strong trudging wearily
    along roads north on two succes-
    sive days
    were shot.

    and that stragglers

    He said that at least 2,000 or
    3,000 people detained in Seoul
    by North Koreans were “dis-
    posed of” between the Inchon
    landing on September 15 and
    the occupation of the city at
    the end of September, cial
    investigators said that a large
    proportion were murdered
    either in the city or on the
    death march northward.

    Younghung where the tufinél
    | prison was reported, is 30 miles
    ot of Wonsan on the way to
    the Manchurian border.

    The Americans had been forced
    jto tramp almost naked and with-
    out food through a bitterly cold
    | night to keep ahead of advancing
    United Nations troops, survivors
    said.

    Frontline reports today said that
    half a dozen South Koreans had
    lived through bomb and bullet
    Slaying of 500 South Koreans in
    a gully just north of Yonghunhg.

    South Korean troops advancing
    from Wonsan were taken to Seoul
    by excited villagers. They found
    the victims, many with their heads
    almost completely shot away, ly-
    ing piled up with their hands tied
    behind their backs. Half a dozen
    survivors said they were treated
    tolerably well while imprisoned
    in Seoul, but when the march to
    the North began a week before
    the South Korean tapital was
    freed they had almost nothing to
    eat and had no clothing, Guatds
    kept them moving night and day.
    Survivors thought that the Com-
    muhists decided to shoot South
    Koreans to spéed up the move-
    ment of the column.

    Another report said

    that the

    bodies of 179 people shot by re-
    treating Northerners were thrown
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    Tuesday, 17th October, 1950

    PARTY DANGER

    MR. WINSTON CHURCHILL'S warning
    against party politics at the Conservative
    Party Conference at Blackpool on Saiur-
    day is a grave one.

    Great Britain is still regarded as one of
    the most politically advanced countries in
    the world where democratic government
    flourishes as an example for others to
    follow. If it can be said in Great Britain
    that party politics constitute a danger to
    jthe existence of the country how much
    more so is it the case in countries where
    party politics are in an experimental stage.
    Barbados may now be said to be suffering
    from the introduction in 1946 of this form
    of government.

    If it can be claimed that the domination
    of party politics and the consequent division
    of the nation into two halves threatens
    Great Britain it is so much more dangerous
    in Barbados where the number of politi-
    cians qualified or practised in the art of
    government is comparatively small.

    There was a period in the history of
    this island when it was our boast that all
    the people who were qualified to do so not
    only took an interest in, but assisted in the
    administration of affairs even if not in the
    Legislature, as members of the various
    statutory boards. To-day many of those who
    are still willing and qualified are not
    allowed because of the party system,

    No single section in this community is
    able to throw up all the men needed to carry
    on the work of government without sup-
    port and assistance from others. It is clear
    that men who boast of the happy combina-
    tion of honest worth and intellectual attain-
    ment will always be in the minority and
    it is the antithesis of good government to
    countenance any system which precludes
    them because of their inability to toe the
    political line of some party.

    There are few individuals who will argue
    that the administration of public affairs by
    a few whose thought might be geared to the
    tempo of sectional interests can be as
    healthy or as effective as that of all parties
    working for the good of all. Yet this is
    what a party caucus does.





    F

    | Have To Sell Laces’

    PARIS.
    ERICH VON STROHEIM, the
    granite-faced portrayer of brutal
    Prussian officers in scores of silent
    and talking films, and nowadays a
    grandfather, is in real-life trouble.

    He has been told by U.S. author-
    ities that unless he returns to
    America by December 5 he will
    forfeit his U.S. citizenship.

    “And that,” von Stroheim said
    tonight, as he screwed his face in-
    to one of those tortured grimaces
    known to thousands of fans,
    “would render me a Stateless per-
    son.

    “I cannot return to my native
    Austria. That does not exist any
    more.”

    Sipping a whisky. von Stroheim,
    63 years old and immaculate in a
    grey lounge suit with the ribbon
    of the Legion of Honour in the
    buttonhole, discussed the dilemma
    of a famous old-time film star who
    finds that things have changed.

    “Look,” he said, “I do not kid
    myself. I look at facts straight. In
    America I am outmoded. I have
    had my day. I am the perennial
    spy, the barking German officer,
    the Gestapo man.

    “All that stuff is finished now,
    It is hopelessly old hat.

    Is It Smart . . .?

    “So if I go back to the States,
    what could I do? You know, when
    I was there in the old prosperous
    days. I would never pass one of
    those chaps selling shoe-laces and

    ‘pencils on the street corner with-
    out dropping a one-dollar bil] on
    to his tray.

    “Why? I figured he might be a
    big movie producer the following
    week. Well, if | go back now, it
    is me who will be selling shoe-
    laces on the corner. Poor old von
    Stroheim, the has-been.



    Frau Bohm Puts Rum
    In Her Tea

    (It’s the cheapest way of keeping warm)

    ‘the shops are stuffed with nylons,
    Paris scents, elegant gloves and

    “Sunset Boulevard’? Oh, sure.”
    (“Sunset Boulevard’ is the film in
    which old-timer Gloria Swanson
    has scored a triumphant come-
    back in films. In it, von Stroheim
    has a small part as a butler.)

    “You think it is smart for me
    to go back on the chance of get-
    ting a few more butler roles?”

    The Deadline

    Von Stroheim's present troubles
    stem from an American law, the
    Nationality Act, passed in 1940.

    This says that if a naturalised
    U.S. citizen—von Stroheim went
    to the States in 1909 and was
    naturalised in 1926—stays abroad
    longer than five years at a time
    he loses his citizenship.

    RIGHT—

    pre-construction of Stroheim sell-
    ing his laces . :

    Says von Stroheim: “What about
    the five months I spent in the U.S.
    last year, making ‘Sunset Boule-
    vard’? They don’t take that into
    consideration,

    “When I got back here they gave
    me a new passport, but I found it
    expired on December 5 next,
    That's the deadline.”

    What happens if von Stroheim
    decides to stay?

    “The French might be nice about
    it and leave me here in peace. The
    trouble would come if I tried to
    cross frontiers. say to go to Rome.
    to make a picture there, Stateless
    persons have the devil of a time
    at frontiers.

    Out, Out, Out .

    “Mine is a very special trade.
    A printer, for instance, can ply
    his trade practically all over the
    world. But me, I have just four
    places where I can direct—Holly-
    wood, Paris, London, Rome.





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    London is
    practically out because of the
    Treasury regulations. If I lose my
    passport, Rome is out, Bleak isn’t
    tr”

    “Hollywood is out.

    A frosty twinkle showed in his
    eye, “This whole thing probably
    results from my being too good an
    actor,” he said.

    “The other kind playing German
    officers had to get the make-up
    man to put false sabre-cuts on)
    their faces. This sabre-cut of mine |
    is the real article, |

    “And people have never, quite |
    believed that I am just as evil of? |
    the screen as I am on. Strong
    feeling was built up. I got plenty
    of brickbats. believe me, Even the |
    U.S. officials have come to think
    of me as a nenemy alien, Yes, I
    of - as an enemy alien—and too |
    well.”

    —LES.

    |

    “Remember I’m shopping fo1
    two on an income of less than
    £2. 15s. a week, From that must
    come a winter coat for

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    BRITONS

    (By HOWARD BERRY)

    LONDON.
    MILLIONS of Britons are to-day pruning
    their family budgets with a multitude of
    small economies to beat the soaring cost of
    living.
    Bus, cinema, and cafe receipts have fallen

    | considerably, and the economy wave is now

    having a serious effect on other trades.

    A survey in London showed that the man
    in the street and his family are effecting
    these economies as follows :

    Men are having their hair cut less fre-
    quently; cinema visits are cut and cheaper
    seats taken. And since the London bus fares
    were raised a couple of weeks ago more
    people are walking short distances to save a
    couple of cents fare.

    Workers are eating sandwiches or snacks!

    to save a cafe meal, or cutting down lunch
    by going without dessert or coffee.

    Laundries and builders firms report severe
    loss of business. They say that men are
    doing their own house repairs and decorating
    owing to high labour costs, while housewives,
    unable to afford a daily maid or expensive
    laundry bills, are working harder in the

    me.

    “One-third of my customers,” said J. A.
    Loud, proprietor of a southwest London
    laundry firm, “have cut down their bundles
    because they cannot afford $120 to $1.40 a
    week for laundry. They now send only large
    items like blankets and sheets and wash the
    smalls at home.”

    Cinema managers in all parts of London
    report decreasing weekly receipts. M. A.

    | Bowen, manager of a west London suburban

    cinema, said his receipts had dropped 25 per
    cent in the past 12 months.

    “About 60 per cent of our patrons are buy-
    ing the cheaper seats,” he added.

    The London Tranport organization, which
    operates the subways, bus and trolley-car
    services throughout the metropolis reported
    that the passenger figures for August this
    year totalled 346,000,000, slightly more than
    in August 1949. Receipts, however, had

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    pointed out at the time of the introduction
    of the Bushe Experiment that the people of
    this island were not ripe for this change.
    Constitutional development was inevitable
    because of our educational and social pro-

    VIENNA,
    In this fabulous city ... not
    quite behind the Iron Curtain. .

    Only sugar is
    the allowance is double the
    British ration, From caviar to
    kidneys there is no food that you
    cannot buy abundantly.

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    rationed, and

    restaurant where I
    dined, hors d’oeuvre meant jellied

    egg.

    Inside the meat market Sozens
    of stalls were hung from ceilug
    to finor with a display of joints
    which outdid even Paris. There
    were haunches of veal, monster
    sides of beef and venison, and

    At the nearby vegetable mar-
    ket we scrutinised all the high-
    piled produce stalls before Frau
    Bohm pounced on a huge cauli_
    flower and stuffed it into her
    shopping bag.

    To save this amount London Transport
    estimated, Londoners walked about 11,000,-
    000 miles.

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    economic fulerum which it was supposed
    to be. Neither has it increased the sense
    of responsibility of those to whose hands
    the conduct of affairs has been committed.
    Mr. Churchill might have been speaking of
    Barbados. And it would be well for Bar-
    bados to regard conditions in England as
    a lesson rather than an example,

    FAIR ?

    THE London Correspondent of the
    “Barbados Advocate” stated in his report



    thus is snowy white,

    Prince’s Widow

    But although Vienna contains
    a_ street named Himmelstrasse,
    which means Heaven Street, it
    is a long way from Heaven for
    the Viennese. I went shopping
    with one of them,

    Frau Bohm is a thin, stooping,
    drab-coloured woman. Her real
    name appears in the Almanach
    de Gotha, which records that she
    is 50. Austrian-born, and the
    widow of a Polish Prince, How-
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    Vierma seven years ago, as she
    prefers frau to princess.

    pheasants and hares were temp-
    tingly outspread. The only thing
    that would remind a_ British
    housewife of home was a slab of

    (2)d.), a quarter of a pound of
    cream cheese (7d.), one pound
    of damsons at 5d. and one pound
    of margarine for ls. 3d.

    Frau Bohm professes a terror
    of the Russians but she does not
    mind getting a bargain from
    them. So we walked half a mile |
    in the sunshine past the colossal
    Soviet Victory Memorial with
    its green-uniformed Austrian
    policeman on constant guard
    and joined a queue of shabby
    men and women snaking into a
    cellar.



    “Down here” Frau Bohm
    whispered. Within two min-
    utes a woman asked me to sign
    the “Peace” Petition. The cellar

    DOUGLAS, Isle of Man.
    THE Manx legislature has deleted the
    word “free” from their National Health Ser-
    vice,
    Under amendments passed to the Isle of
    Man National Health Act in the Manx legis-
    lature patients in the future will have to pay

    | their doctor seven cents per form upon which

    “free” prescriptions are written.

    Patients will also have to bring their own
    container for medicine to the drug store and
    pay dentists one-tenth of their account after
    the first pound ($2.80).

    RAYPACKA

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    — AND —

    CLERICAL GOWNS

    ib r i had q portrait of Stalin on the| These amendments have been made to
    2 Con matuniay that the Barbados keeeres Frau Bohm’s daughter Anny wall and a huge poster carrying | effect economy. The original estimates of the IN NAVY AND BLACK
    ment had informed the West India Com- | 25-year-old secretary to an a streamlined scarlet train with} :
    i h ge dudetiied ants Austrian business "executive, the slogan “Onward to Com-|Service this year exceeded $2,240,000 for a
    mittee that this island had decided not to | quis £12. 10s. a month, which munism.” Otherwise the cellar

    participate in the 1951 British Industries

    means just under £11 after tax

    was like an underground village



    static population of 50,000. This was sent

    | a lan. bien daen” Tee Te shop with children’s _ shirts,| back to the Health Board for revision, and 54 in at $1 92 er Yd
    alr, rather more than the average women’s shoes, toothpaste and eventually a ceiling of $1,680,000 was placed : : p e:
    This refusal to take part in a Fair in a business girl’s wage here. On groceries jumbled behind two /00U, Pp.

    year which is also a Festival Year of Bri-

    this she and her mother live in a

    “I'm afraid t's. pecoming
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    counters where assistants smoked |

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    single room in a broad residen— cigarettes while serving the —LNS. e
    tain means that Barbados loses a wonderful tial street in the British sector of ot te Me Hen paremnen ced out# customers. Se
    opportunity to advertise itself to the world. | 124, Gi¥,, They, Pay, their land- tual wing of the party.” Police Banned DaCOSTA « Ce., Ltd.
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    4 ME Iceland cod at the fishmonger Frau Bohm was, surprisingly,
    ons for this decision but the general public ane euy the jandiaty finds but even there you could aise after rum, “It’s 3s. 6d, elsewhere” DRY GOODS DEPT.
    is a ba argain and grudges she said. “The police can pre-
    have not so far been told. having to let the ex-Princess PUY live carp from a tank. pee ag em abcurine = baton 5 LONDON.
    It may be that the Barbados Government j cook one meal a day in her

    has decided not to make any further
    attempts at industrial or economic pro-
    gress, It may be that it thinks that the
    advertising of Barbados in London and on
    an occasion when that advertising will
    bring the greatest number of people into
    contact with this island is utterly useless.
    Perhaps it is thought by the Government
    that there will in future be no need for
    capital investment by outsiders.

    ere might be the most excellent
    reasons for Barbados not spending money
    on advertisement in the greatest Fair
    Britain will have seen since 1851. But the
    public is entitled to ask why it has not been

    kitchen, But like hundreds of
    other landladies she cannot get
    rid of lodgers who were com-
    pulsorily billeted under a scheme
    for housing the bombed-out
    which ended two years ago,

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    Fares Are Up

    When Frau Bohm and I went
    shopping we walked miles. Since
    the new rise in fares which
    slapped %d, on the price of a
    Vienna tramcar ride Frau Bohm
    has refused to travel in tram-
    cars. She thinks 34d., the present
    price of a one-way ticket to any
    part of the city, is too much,

    Beside these mountains of fooa
    stood tall metal barrels of cook-
    ing fat marked “Marshall Aid,”
    The Stars and Stripes label on
    each barrel read “For European
    Recovery—supplied by U.S.A.”

    To me, translating into English
    at the official rate of 72 Austrian
    schil to the ¢£ sterling
    prices seemed so low as to make
    — of Frau Bohm’s econo-
    mies,

    The average price for meat
    was 2s, 4d, a pound, Geese and
    chickens were double that price
    per pound. Eggs piled every-
    where were 4d. each,

    prices in other shops but here
    no Austrian police may enter,
    and the prices are cut to show
    how well the Soviets live.”

    Why did frugal Frau Bohm
    want rum? “To add to my tea
    in winter,” she said. “Fuel is
    so dear that I cannot light the
    stove until the evening, and rum
    keeps out the chills.”

    Who besides foreign tourists
    with favoured exchanges enjoy
    the plenty in Vienna? Into
    whose kitchens go the loads of
    meat and butter sold daily?

    The city of the Third Man has
    a name for these lucky people.

    King George VI found the grouse shooting

    good at Balmoral this year.

    The London Transport organization, which

    that 6,000 brace of grouse were taken by the
    King and Royal parties from the time he
    arrived there until he left October 8. The
    average was about 150 brace a day—a record
    for the Deeside Moors area.

    Most of the grouse were sent to the London

    markets. Proceeds help to offset the rentals
    paid for two moors near Balmoral.

    The Evening Standard also reported that

    Princess Elizabeth has been stalking deer at



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    consulted as to the wisdom of letting this | themselves meat only once a week from stall to sta shereiing’ tor World Copyright h almoral Over the week-end members of
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    (Prom Our Own Correspondent)

    \ LONDON.
    Among the greetings from
    Dominion leaders published in

    today’s issue of the “New Com-

    th’ (incorporating the
    en Colonist’), that which
    will intrigue most readers, per-

    is the one from South
    ’s Premier, Dr. Malan.

    It reads: “South Africa has

    ares reason to welcome the evo-
    ution of the Commonwealth.



    When my Government took office

    He, I was glad to be able to
    oa i we readily acknowledged
    the — friendly relations
    between my country and the

    members of the Commonwealth.

    desire of the Union
    ao oat that those friendly
    : relations shall be continued, so
    long as our co-oper es no
    detract from yee 1
    01 : sover-
    and freedom of act





    Definition Of *Commonwealth”
    Views of Dr. Malan and Other Premiers

    eign independent State.”

    Commonwealth Definition

    Dr. Malan goes on. to refer to
    the contribution “New Common-
    wealth” can make to the progress
    and prosperity of “the Common-
    wealth of Nations.”

    In his carefully worded mes-
    sage mr: Malan apparently
    favours an elastic interpretation
    of the word “Commonwealth.”
    The confusion that exists as to
    the use of the word “Common-
    wealth is commented upon in the
    editorial columns of the new
    journal, which proposes to use
    the one word “Commonwealth” as
    the collective noun “for the group
    of states, self-governing and
    other, of which His Majesty the
    King is the Head.”

    This, the writer continues, ‘‘will
    accord the present-day official
    usage in the United Kingdom
    It is true that ‘British Common-
    wealth,” and ‘Commonwealth of

    Nations’ with or without the word

    ¢

    ‘British’, are terms still’ required
    as being appropriate, according
    to circumstances, and Mr. Atlee,
    the Prime Minister, has stated
    that there has been no agreement
    between His Majesty’s Govern-

    ments to exclude ‘the British
    Commonwealth’ or even ‘the
    British Empire.’ Nevertheless,

    the shorter and simpler descrip-
    tion is obviously more suitable
    today. Since the Colonies, like
    the self-governing and independ-
    ent territories, are countries of
    the Commonwealth, the term
    ‘Commonwealth and Empire’ sug-
    gests a grouping which does not

    exist,
    Dominions Can Aid
    Colonies
    The Secret - of State for the
    Colonies, Mr. James Griffiths, and
    the Secret of State for Com-
    monwealth Relations, Mr Cc.

    Gordon-Walker, also have their
    greetings to the “New Common-
    wealth” published, along with
    their tribute to the success of its
    predecessor, the “Crown Colonist”,
    which confined ftself to Colonial
    affairs,

    Australia’s Premier, Mr, R. G.
    Menzies, still prefers the old word
    “Empire”. Commending the “New
    Commonwealth” as a “recognition
    of the fact that a vital new pattern
    of relationships between the
    United Kingdom, the Dominions
    and the Colonies is being formed,
    “we must keep pace”, he says,
    with the “tremendous economic,
    political and social changes that
    are occurring within the Empire
    as we advance into the second
    part of this century.”

    Southern Rhodesia’s Premier,
    Sir Godfrey Huggins, writes
    “While appreciating the political
    reasons and necessity for the

    ,

    t

    Colonies being under the leader-
    ship of the Colonial Office, I have
    felt that on the economic side
    this arrangement, albeit unin-
    tentionally, has tended to exclude
    the Dominions from taking an
    active part in the development of
    these areas. The Dominions and
    Colones are, in the end, all mem-
    bers of the same family, and I
    feel that the Dominions are now
    in a position to make a very real
    contribution to the economic
    development of the Colonies.”

    In Their National Setting
    In its 130-odd pages, “New
    Commonwealth” maintains the
    high standard of production of

    the “Crown Colonist.” The excel-
    lent picture sections lay an
    appealing emphasis on the wider
    Commonweatth interests on which
    the journal is based

    Discussing the reasons for thi
    extension of interests, the Editor
    speaks of the need found for

    “putting the picture of Colonial
    development into its natural
    Commonwealth setting.

    “Our new initiative on behalf
    of the 560 million people to whora
    the Crown is the link,” he goes
    on, “is taken at a time of fresh
    crisis in the history of mankind,
    when unity, like patriotism, by
    itself is not enough. There must
    be, along with the passionate
    conviction of the enduring worth
    of the ideals of Freedom and
    Justice, a broader conception of
    their applicability to our common
    life, especially in fostering the
    economic and social progress of
    the masses, In almost every way
    the Commonwealth as a whole «is
    endowed with the means where-
    by prosperity and peaceful pro-
    gress can be assured to all the
    peoples within it. Have we the
    faith that will lead us, in time
    of storm, to launch out bravely
    on the ‘tide’ in the affairs of
    men?”



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    GODDARD'S
    TUESDAY, OCTOBER 17, 1950

    New Head
    For
    All Saints’
    aints
    ‘R. GRAHAM CORBIN, form-
    erly assistant master of
    Speight*town Boys’ School, who

    Was recently appointed Headmas-
    ter of All Saints’ Boys’ School,

    took up his new appointment yes- |

    terday. ,

    The All Saints Boys’ has ap-
    proximately 323 boys and seven
    masters. The masters are Messrs.
    King Edwards, W. Gilkes, C.
    Campbell, V. DePeiza, C. Harris,
    C. P. Thompson and W. Ramsey.

    Under their former Headmaster
    Mr. H. E. Thorne, a class was
    started in Latin but this has since
    stopped and Mr. Thorne has gone
    over to St. Mary’s Boys’ as
    Headmaster in place of the late

    - Norman Drakes.

    When the Advocate visited All
    Saints’ yesterday the boys were at
    lunch. Two bread carts and other
    cool drink vendors supplied the
    lads with what they wanted. Some
    were eating outside in the fresh
    air while others chose the carpen-
    ter’s shop. The masters were doing
    their share of eating in the Com-
    mon Room.

    This school is situated in a very
    airy district, surrounded by tall
    canes and private houses.

    E LECTURE on “The Ama-

    teur Theatre” will be given at

    8 o’clock tonight by Mr. Charles
    Thomas, producer and adjudicator
    to the British Drama League, at
    the British Council Centre tonight
    This is the first of a weekly
    series of lectures that will be given
    Mr. Thomas. He is visiting the
    island at the invitation of the

    British Council to advise and assist ps

    mittee on the advice of the Fancy
    | Molasses Control and Marketing
    4’ Board under the provisions of
    O!section 10 of the
    yesterday, Tonight at & o'clock 1!Molasses Product

    those interested in amateur drama

    “WHE MOBILE CINEMA gave
    private show at the Lazarett

    show will be given on the Parr;
    School grounds at St. Lucy. Thi
    is for the benefit of residents of
    the St. Lucy’s Church area. |

    "ro BICYCLES were reported |
    missing over the week-end.
    One is owned by Chester Walters
    of Lodge Road, Christ Church, and
    the other by R. D. Dear of
    Roebuck Street. Dear’s is valued
    40.00 and Walters’ $35.00. The
    ‘ormer was removed from a pave-
    ment in Broad Street

    LIVER GRIFFITH, alias “Joe

    Lord”, of Mansion Road, Bush
    Hall, is at present held by the
    Police in connection with the}
    dynamiting at Bush Hall early on
    Saturday morning.

    ADELIN LAYNE of Silver |
    Hill, Christ Church, reported :
    that her house was broken and!
    entered last week and $51.60 in

    cash taken.

    LARENCE KNIGHT cf Wilcox, |
    4 Christ Church, fell into the
    gully at Bridge Road on Saturday ;
    and injured his head. Knight)
    was riding a bicycle along Bridge |
    Road towards Welches Road.
    The front wheel struck the left
    side of the bridge and Knight went
    over into the gully.

    OODWILL C. C. met Belmont
    in a B.C.L. game at Belmont
    on Saturday last and won by one
    run and one wicket. Belmont
    batted first and knocked up 139. |
    aiid scored 57 and Springer |

    Goodwill replied with 144, L.
    St. Hill 47 and B. Downes 24.
    Bowling for Belmont McCarthy
    ja for 51 and Springer three
    or 59.

    In their second innings Belmont |
    knocked up 67 and Goodwill made
    63 for nine wickets to win the
    match. Goodwill is at present
    heading the table with 31 points.

    ry A CRICKET MATCH played
    between Tourists C. C. and
    Sussex C. C. which concluded on
    Sunday, Tourists won by an
    innings and 162 runs.

    Sussex won the toss and elected
    to bat. They scored only 95 runs
    of which L. Brathwaite made 36
    not out. For Tourists L. F. Harris
    took seven wickets for 32 runs in
    just over 11 overs.



    Tourists in their first innings} ness”, Mr, Miller is expected to] school and that is reflected in the
    knocked up 289 for the loss of}move the passing of an Address | average attendance especially dur-

    \

    ‘

    |



    PICTURE shows B.W.I. Airways’ VPTAP as she
    terday afternoon.
    This is the first time a ‘plane
    Inset is Capt. “Junior Farfan



    FIRST

    ON

    has landed on the new runway.

    pilot of the plane.



    BARBADOS ADVOCATE

    NEW RUNWAY



    touched down on the new runway at Seawell yes-

    $15,000 Will Be | H.£. Visited 3 Elementary
    Schools Yesterday

    MT. TABOR MIXED SCHOOL, situated in St. John on a

    Asked For Wesley
    Hall To-day

    BOTH houses of the Legislature
    will meet to-day. One of the Reso-
    lutions which the Legislative
    Council will be asked to concur
    in, is for the provision of $15,000
    to effect repairs to Wesley Hall
    Junior School.

    hill 730 feet above sea level

    with the church in the centre.

    is housed in two airy buildings
    One building, the main one,

    houses the infants and seniors, while the other is occupied

    by the juniors.

    This is one of the three schools
    hich the Governor accompanied
    by the Assistant Director of

    Another Resolution is to ap- | Education visited yesterday, the
    prove the allocation of the balance! Other two being St. Augustine’s

    of the stabilisation fund fixed on
    the 2lst of September, 1950, by
    the Governor-in-Executive Com-

    Barbados Fancy
    ion and Export
    Act, 1937.

    Among other matters the Coun-
    cil are expected to deal with are:
    Bill to provide for

    Girls’ and Boys’.

    The Advocate also visited these
    schools yesterday .
    Tabor found all the classes hard
    at work with their particular sub-
    jects. Class 7 was doing geo-
    metry, classes five and six scrip-
    ture, while a group of gifts from
    class five were doing domestic
    science.

    In the infant school adjoining
    the main building, the children
    were doing reading and writing,

    the im-| while in the Junior School, the

    portation into the Island free of | children were engaged in geo-
    duty for a period of one year,| graphy, arithmetic and reading.

    goods
    Cotton.

    made from Sea _ Island

    Bill to provide for the Manage-
    ment, Control and Supervision of
    the Seawell Airport.

    Bill to authorise the Highway
    Commissioners of Christ Church
    to increase the travelling allow-
    ance payable to their Inspector of
    Highways.

    Handicraft

    In the main building, there
    were many articles of handicraft
    including needle work, knitting,
    socks, baskets, jumpers and baby
    coats which were all made by the
    girls of classes five, six and
    seven.

    The Governor after inspecting
    the classes and chatting briefly
    with the teachers and some of the
    pupils, stopped to have a look at

    Bill to authorise the Highway the handcraft work and showed

    | Commissioners of Christ Church | 8Teat

    to pay a gratuity to James Hart
    and Albert Beckles out of High-
    ways funds; and a Bill to author-
    ise the Vestry of the parish of
    Saint Philip to raise a loan not
    exceeding £5,000 to repair the
    Parish Chureh, Chapels and Paro-
    chial Buildings of the said parish.

    In the House

    is expected to move the second

    reading of a Bill to provide for| occupies 350 pupils was built in
    the Establishment of a Corporation} 1836 whereas the junior school

    interest especially with a
    jumper made by one of the girls.

    M =. A. Graham who was
    headteacher of the school from
    1944 said that when he was first
    appointed, he was in charge of the
    boys’ school only which had about
    180 on the roll. When the schools
    were mixed in 1948 there were
    350 and since then the numbers
    had increased to 426, 215 boys and
    211 girls with a staff of eight
    assistants, five males and three

    |. To-day in the House, Mr. Adams | females.

    The main school which now

    to be known as the Natural Gas! with 176, was built in 1875. Since
    Corporation, for the functions and) those days, many additions had
    duties of the Corporation, for the | been made to the schools.

    acquisition by or transfer to it of
    undertakings, rights and property
    and to make compensation there-
    for and
    ed with the matters.

    First item on the Order Paper
    to be dealt with, is the Bill to pro-

    Science Room Added
    In 1935 a building was added

    for purposes connect-|to the front of the main school;| boxes,

    one part is projected as the domes-
    tie science room and the other
    part is used as a workshop.

    In 1948 the infant section was

    vide for the regulation of Public} also added, but the roof was blown

    Utilities.

    The Bill was read a second time} This building was an open one

    on August 22 and referred to a
    Select .Committee.

    Dr.
    House into Committee on the Bill

    to amend the law relating to per-| craft, but there-is not as much
    sons of unsound mind and for] handicraft as formerly owing to

    purposes connected therewith.

    The House may resume the de-| yesterday was only 332. The school
    bate on the second reading of a|is in the midst of an agricultural
    Bill to amend the Dog License Act, | district and children who come

    1902.
    Under “Private Members Busi-

    nine. wickets before declaring. | to the Governor relating to Tuber-
    W. Greenidge made 59, R. Hutch-| culosis.

    inson 30, H. Sealy 42 and’ F.
    Hutchinson 49.

    | In their second innings Sussex| move the passing of an Address | which is also situated on a hill and

    |
    |

    could not stand up to the bowling
    attack of L, F. Harris and R.
    Hutchinson. They were all bowled
    out for 32 runs. Harris took six
    for 11 and Hutchinson three for
    11.



    Decision Reversed
    THEIR Honours Mr. G. L. Tay-



    | the establishment of

    Mr. Garner is also expected to

    relating to the teaching of Negro
    History in Schools.

    Mr. Brancker may also move the
    passing of an Address requesting
    a Court of
    Criminal appeal.



    Cuke For Grenada

    Cummins may move the]-work at the school, there are acti-

    off during the hurricane of 1949.

























    and has since been repaired and
    enclosed.
    Apart from the regular class

    vities like gardening and wood-

    inadequate staff.
    The attendance at the school

    from about thirteen or fourteen
    plantations where their parents
    work, find it difficult to attend

    ing the last term of the school
    year.

    At St. Augustine's Boys’ School

    is very airy, the children looked
    all comfortable in their class-

    rooms. <
    Infant School

    In the Infant School which is
    cn the bottom floor, there were
    , 31 children present yesterday and
    | some of them were doing a short
    {transcription lesson while others
    were doing formation of letters.

    The Governor shortly after his
    arrival at the school, inspected

    | seripture and arithmetic,

    was doing writing and spelling and
    the other two were doing an
    En,lish lesson on Shakespeare's
    Hamlet which most of them saw
    at the Globe last Saturday.

    In the nutrition department Mrs.
    Edwards was preparing the mixing
    of powdered milk and biscuits for
    the afternoon meal and in this
    she was assisted by six boys of the
    senior school,

    Large Playyreund

    Two of the three cupboards in
    this department were built by the
    boys in the workshop. These
    boys are chiefly engaged in
    carpentry and also do a
    basket making.

    There is also a large garden at
    the back of the church and a fairly
    large playground, but this is on
    a steep slope.

    Mr. Moore said that he was the
    fourth headmaster of the school
    which was built in 1888. There
    are four assistants and 185 pupils
    on the roll, but only 135 were
    present yesterday.

    About half a mile from the St.
    Augustine’s Boys’ School, is the
    Girls’ School which is in quiet
    surroundings away from the road.
    It is a compact building with 214

    pupils on the roll. Yesterday
    there were only 164 children
    present.

    The Acting headmistress is Mrs.
    E. V. Nicholls and with her four
    assistants cope with the care of
    the children from 9 a.m. until 3

    Yesterday, the infants were
    having a conversation lesson after
    which they did free activity. Class
    one did physical training and
    arithmetic, class two reading and
    arithmetic while the seniors did

    Girls’ Handwork
    Quite a bit of handwork done
    by the girls of the school was seen
    in the top right hand corner of the
    building and this included match
    rugs, pot holders and
    scarves, tufted wool work, artificial

    flowers, plain sewing and em-
    broidery.

    In the gallery of the building
    looking on to the smal! playfield

    where there are no trees for shade
    is the nutrition department in
    which the daily milk and biscuits
    are prepared for the children.
    Lunch time at St. Augustine’s
    Girls’ is a rather dull period com-
    pared with other schools in the
    city. Most of the children leave
    fhe premises for their lunch and
    only about two dozen remain.
    The luncheon period is from 12
    to 1 and at 12.30 a bell is rung
    which notifies the children that

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    CUKE-SKINNER CASE
    BEFORE WEST INDIAN
    . COURT OF APPEAL

    Hearing Continues To-day

    * RE-TRIAL of the Cuke-Skin

    by the West Indian Court of Appeal at its last sitting here
    was begun in the Court of Common Pleas before His Honour
    the Chief Judge, Sir Allan Collymore and a Special Jury

    yesterday.

    “Geologist” |
    | Brings Horses

    |

    FIVE horses came to Barbados}
    on Saturday evening by the Har-|
    rison Liner Geologist, They were |
    Burns, Doldrum, Aberford, High
    and Low and Demure.

    Burns, a six-year-old stallion,
    has been imported for breeding.
    It is unlikely that it will race
    here, It is at the Hon. J. D.
    Chandler’s stud farm at Todds,
    St. John.
    | The two-year-old Chestnut
    Filly “Doldrum” belongs to Mr
    Norman Inniss. It will be train-
    ed by the Hon. V. C. Gale, M.L.C,
    Aberford and High and Low are
    owned by the Barbados Turf
    Club. Aberford is a Bay Colt and
    High and Low is a Chestnut Filly.
    They are the consolation horses
    to be drawn for, during the No-
    vember Sweeps

    The other horse, Demure, has
    come down for Mr. S. A. Walcott,



    Antigua Fund

    The Advocate Co., Ltd.
    yesterday forwarded to the
    Colonial Secretary, Antigua
    $13.02 collected by the Man-
    ager of Seawell Airport for
    the Advocate Hurricane
    Relief Fund.











    B.W.I. Govts.
    Name Curacao
    Delegates

    PORT-OF-SPAIN.

    British Guiana, British Hon-
    duras, Jamaica, the Leeward
    {slands, and the Windward

    Islands have appointed delegates
    to the fourth West Indian Confer-
    ence in Curacao. ,

    They are as follows:

    BRITISH GUIANA—Dr. G. M. Gon-
    salves, and Dr. C. B. Jagan, both Elected
    Members of the Legislative Council.

    BRITISH HONDURAS—Hon, H. C, Ful-
    ler and Hon. J. A. Smith, (both Member?
    of the Legislative Council.)






    JAMAICA—Hon. L. C. Bioomfield and
    the Hon. A. M. W. Douglas, (both Mem,
    bers fo the House of Representatives,) are
    deiegates, and Mr. E. R. Richardson,
    i’rincipal Assistant Secretary and Mr
    J. Wright, Acting Director of Agriculture,
    have been elected as advisers.
    LEEWARD ISLANDS—Hon. 8 7
    Christian, O.B.E., First Elected Member
    Antigua of General Legislative
    Council, and Hon, M. H, Davis, First
    Elected Member for St. Kitts-Nevis of
    General Legislative Council.
    WINDWARD ISLANDS—Hon, J, B,
    Renwick (Grenada), Elected Member of
    the Legislative Council, and the Hon
    hk. A, C, Hughes (St. Vineent), Nomi-
    nated Member of the Legislative Council.
    The adviser is Mr, M, A, Hanschell (St
    Vincent), Agricultural Superintendent.

    What’s On Today

    Meeting of Legislative Coun-
    cil at 2.00 p.m.

    Meeting of House of Assem-
    bly at 3.00 p.m.

    Meeting, Board of Manage-
    ment, Barbados Cricket

    \ Association, Kensington at
    4.15 p.m.

    Mobile Cinema, Parry School
    Pasture at 7.30 p.m.
















    i
    tuey have another half hour to go.
    Writing in the Visitors’ Book,
    the Governor stated that he had
    enjoyed his first visit to the school
    and noticed a happy atmosphéfe
    spite of the cramped accom-
    modation.

    Demure was a winner in Ireland. | Sargeant

    ij cal expenses.

    case to the jury yesterday, ex-





















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    -2t ask for

    |
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    ner action for damages ordered



    The action was brought in the
    Court of Common Pleas by Arden
    St. C. Cuke against Clifford Skin-
    ner in February last year claim-
    ing damages for injuries received
    to his knee cap as the result of
    a collision on Colleton Road. St
    Lucy. between his car, L.11 and
    Skinner's car, L.4
    Date of the
    vember 7, 1947
    Cuke at the time of the collis-
    ion was manager of Pickerings
    Plantation, St. Lucy. He is now
    manager of Bulkeley's Dairies, St
    George. Skinner is manager-
    owner of Colleton Plantation,

    In the Court of Common Pleas
    last year the jury awarded Cuke
    £1,500 general damages and
    £4 3. 7. special damages. Skin-
    ner appealed to the est Indian

    Ore a ene ee a ete ee oe ne”

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    Messrs Carrington & Sealy.

    Evidence yesterday was given
    by Dr. Gerald Manning. by Cuke
    Bancroft, ubrey D.
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    hearing of the case is set down
    for to-day.

    The plaintiff Cuke is alleging
    that Skinner so negligently man-
    aged and drove his car that he
    came into collision with his
    (Cuke’s) car.

    Particulars of negligence were
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    left and proper side, that he fail-
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    the car before it collided with
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    WANT ANY?”
    yy (b) To advertise the West Indies to the West Indies.
    peaaee \\ (1) Judging will be by a panel comprising two

    well known Barbadian photographers and 2
    Y the Editor of the Barbados Advocate, Hi ze 25.00

    Kd (2) Prizes will be awarded on a basis of
    K (a) Excellence of photography.

    }) a (b) Originality and Uniqueness of subject. rd
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    in any of the Dutch, French or American

    territories, may compete by enclosing the
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    (6) Prize money will be paid in B.W.I. dollars.

    (1) Photographs must be not less than 8” x 10" J cee eee ees
    on mat surface.

    (8) Entries must be received at the Bditcr’s
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    (10) Any photographs repro-
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    cate willbe paid for at the
    rate of not less than $2.40
    and not exceeding $5.00
    B.W.I.

    (11) The Barbados Advocate
    reserves the right to ask
    for the loan of the negative Pee eee eee bei eens eevee POETS eee dee ceercensessene
    or as an alternative, a
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    photo which they are going

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    ‘DIED

    ARMSTRON — EMILE MAUDE.
    might at her residence, “
    Hastings.
    late
    the Westbury Cemetery.

    Maude Armstrong, Donald Armstrong.

    Marie Armstronz

    bas!

    Her funeral will jeave her
    residence at 4.30 this evening for





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    CHAILENOKR — At “Buckden” >t . re
    Joseph on Monday afternoon

    ROBERT RICHAPD EDGCUMBE

    His funcral will take place at 4.30
    this afternoon at St. Georges
    Church where friends are invited.

    p.m.

    No flowers by request.

    “Those that Seek Me Early Shall Find
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    Apply with 2 veto wo. fre
    Ce. Ltd.,
    IN MEMORIAM > oe thie.
    In loving memory of my dear son
    RUDOLPH SCANTLEBURY, who /eii MISCELLANEOUS
    asleep on 17th October, 1949.
    There is a dear face missing LAMPS — 1 or 2 Electric Floor Lamps.

    A dear voice that is still
    A place is vacant in our home
    That never can be fill

    The flowers we place upon your griive

    Have withered and d
    But his memories
    In our hearts from day to .day
    Ever to be remembered—

    will always linger

    Good condition. Phone 4580,
    15.10, 50—2n .

    To purchase a second-hand bicycle
    call Bryant Rogers 8352.
    16.10. 50—2n

    MRS. ROSE, Minster House, Marinc











    Muriel Scantlebuny (mother), Patricia} Gardens, would like a PAYING GUEST
    Griffith (daughter), Susan Grifith| Charming House and Gardens $28.00
    (grandmother), Irene Griffith (aunt),}a week. Breakfast, Tea and other
    Osear Griffith (nephew) meals $1.20. Telephone 2738
    17.10.50—In. 17,10, 50—2n
    FOR SALE ; .
    PUHLIC SALES
    ‘AUTOMOTIVE

    CAR One (1)
    Car 1938 Model. Apply to Mr
    Conney c/o Plantations Ltd. Broad St.
    Dial 4534. 17.10.50——2n.

    CAR — Willys in good working order
    License to 3lst May 1951. Reason tor
    selling, owner has new car. Apply C.
    B. Jones, Top Rock Garage, Dial 8432.

    14.10, 50—2n.

    CARS — 2 Vauxhall 14 Saloons. Both
    Bargains. 1 Ford V-2 1940, 37,000 miles
    very good condition at reasonable price.
    FORT ROYAL GARAGE Lid. Telephone
    4504. 13.10. 50—3n

    CAR — Sunbeam Talbot (1941), Good
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    AUCTION

    I will offer for sale Public Com-
    petition at my Office VICTORIA STREST
    on TUESDAY 2th et 2 p.m. the dw-ti-



    ing house called fon sea}
    standing on lands of GRAEME HALL
    at WORTHING, CHRIST CHURCH
    house contains open verandah, drawing,

    dining, 4 bedrooms, W.C, Bath, Electric

    light, enclosed yard. For inspection

    and terms of sale apply: Dial 2947.
    R. ARCHER McKENZIE,
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    ENTRANCE EXAMINATION

    GIRLS’ FOUNDATION iCHOOL

    An Entrance Examination for the
    School Year January—July 1951 will be
    held at the 1 on October

    1050, at '9.30" an. "Applications: Swill be

    received up to



    1,000 BAGS OF RICE
    COME

    A thousand bags of rice came
    here from British Guiana yester-
    Gay by the 72-ton schooner “Eme-
    line.”

    The “Emeline” also brought’ 400
    bags of charcoal and 96 tons of
    firewood.

    Also arriving with cargo was
    the 44-ton schooner “Belqueen”
    from St. Vincent. It brought 620
    bags of cope and quantities of
    arrowroot fresh fruit.

    “SUNA TAKES
    FANCY MOLASSES

    The 4,290-ton S.S. “Sunavis”

    29

    was in yesterday taking a
    load of 1, a of fancy
    molasses for Montreal.

    The “Sunavis” is expected to
    complete loading today and leave
    during the eng, for Canada.
    It is one of the ships operating
    under the Saguenay Terminals
    Line.

    LOSI & FOUND
    LOST

    WALLET — Containing money wma
    papers valuable only to owner on "Bus
    between Hastings and Black Rock oe-
    tween 6 and 6,15 p.m. yesterday. Finder
    rewarded on returning same to R. Bel-
    grave, Hotel Royal, Hastings.

    17,10,50—1n,.

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    NO CREDIT NOTICE
    NEITHER the Captain nor the Agents
    will be responsible for any debt or
    Gebts incurred by any member or mem-
    bers of the crew of the British ship
    M.V. Mory Sweeney now in port,
    W. COOPER (Capt).







    K. R. HUNTE & CO. Ltd., Agents.
    13.10.50—3n.
    NOTICE

    “SEALED tenders for the replacement
    of the ceiling of the St. Philip's Parish
    Church will be received by the under-
    signed up to the 28th October 1950. tn-
    formation on the type of material re-
    quired for this work can be obtained
    from_the Church Warden, D. D. Gar-
    ner Esq., Marchfield, St. Philip

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    piece or parcel of land situate near
    Grazettes Planf/tion in the parish of
    Saint Michael and Island aforesaid con-
    taining by admeasurement one rood
    thirty nine perches or thereabouts
    butting and bounding on lands of the
    estate of one Alleyne deceased on lands
    bf Grazettes Plantation on iands of
    T. Payne and others on lands now ar

    BARBADOS

    Mrs. N. Wight
    Wins Ladies’
    Golf Spoon

    largest field

    competed for the
    Ladies’ Spoon at the Rockley
    and Country Club on
    Saturday with Mrs. Margaret
    Wight emerging triumphant with
    a net 77, Out in 55, back in 52
    and with a 30 handicap Mrs.
    Wight led Mrs, Keelah King by
    one stroke and = Mrs. Win}
    McIntyre by two when the final
    scores were posted.

    Although eleven ladies started
    on the eighteen-hole medal-play
    test only five managed to go the
    distance without losing hope and

    The in many

    tearing up their cards, refusing
    to reveal the extent of ther
    disasters along the way. One of

    those who stuck it out to the
    finish was Mrs, Elizabeth Vidmer
    whose 94 actually was the bes!
    score turned in. However, play-
    ,) ing off a 12 handicap, her ne‘
    result was 82. The other w:

    Mrs. Brenda Wilson with a 102--|

    17—85.

    However, it wasn't the qualil
    of the golf so much as the quan
    tity that excited the lady mem-
    bers. Not in over a year have
    so many entered for a spoon
    competition and the interest is
    increasing steadily. It would not
    be surprising to see fields of
    twenty and more competing in
    these monthly events before long
    as, under the captaincy of Mrs,
    Vidmer, the high handicap play-
    ers are being encouraged to com-
    pete more and more.

    Those who shredded their cards
    and strew them about the course,
    fearful of facing their totals
    vere Miss Isabel Lenagan, Miss
    Katy Lenagan, Mrs. Eileen Mas-

    kell, Miss Winnie Barnes, Miss
    Faye Atwell, and Mrs. Lucille
    Iversen,

    Next Saturday the men will play
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    : McLEOD, Esq., i ‘
    13: io. a a Magistrate, Dist. ‘Bre. censahineid itt
    TYPEWR — One Standard un-| WACANT SCHOLARSHIPS awe "l AppliGant: ml Cheques on rd
    derwood Typewriter. Excellent condt- N.B.-This application will be con- | 5% Pr. Demand Dratis 05%. Br
    tion. HOLDER Bros. Swan St. Tel. GIRLS’ FOUNDATION sCnOoOOL sidered at a Licensing Court to tLe Sight Drafts 60.60% "er
    319. 13,10.50—t. f. n. ft aseee, re She At ek Cheek ek held at Police Court, District “A”, on | 63.50 pr Cable
    lars! r 1 i \ .
    MISCELLANEOUS Girls’ Foundation School. Applicants must a oe day of October 1950, | g2% pr. Currency 59.4% pr.
    be children of Parents residing in the | LEO! t Spupans S8:1% DF
    Parish of Christ Church and who are in watt! Weiot PARIS
    Malhrars e PREPARATIONS. _Haliver| straitened circumstances. neat oy Dh srtlanieoan hat cdso rial ORANAMAS
    a -; Cofron 12/-. Geo. C. Ward The applicants must be between the
    & Co., St. Lawrence. 15.10.50—Jn. | ages of 10 years 6 months and 12 462.50 Demand 477.50
    years
    BABY’S CRADLE — In good condition| will be hala by ee Healreutens ot ia OFFAL “NOTICE Yee pr Se es, nti
    s — In good condition e. y the He: tress at the | », Min: ae
    with Seer Ss Ss 0 hool BARBADOS (Min. 25¢,.) Demand (Min, 25e.)
    Dial ESS and Senn ae rae on Friday 27th October at 9.30 IN THE SSISTANT COURT are pr. Cable
    mi a pte pale Forms of application can be obtained OF APPEAL (Min, 50¢,) ‘oupons 1%% disc,
    B’DOS ENGAGEMENT DIARIES —| from the Secretary, W. H. Lacronue” Hil | , (Equitable Jurisdiction) JAMAICA
    Months | illustrated by Pictures. Make| ton House, Bey Street. | These forms must | THEOPHILUS Da COSTA ed a, ake.) Demaha oe )
    usefu mas presents so secure early furn accompan. iy a baptismal aa . * a5
    Special price 2/- each” Obtanabie at certicatl te ten Secretary not later than | TOBIAS LICORISH Defendant J 481.25 # (Min, 25¢.)
    "S LTD, 4 p.m, on Friday 20th October. von peer of an Order in this (Min, 50c.) Cable
    ay NTR urt i e above ti ade on
    17.10 oat ws 4 = we. Gov Barty the. isth day of Sctoiper 1950, T give The above Rates are subject to change
    BUCKLEY'S PREPARATIONS, Cough Girls’ Foundstiva Ga notice to all persons having any estate, | Without notice,
    Mixture 87c.; White Rub 55c.; Nezine 65c. | 8.10.50—8n, | right or interest in or any lien or
    Kams 15e. Geo. C. Ward & Co. " incumbrance affecting all that certain

    DOOR MATS—Fibre Door
    several designs and sizes,
    $2.27 up. G.
    Ltd. Dial 4222.

    Mats in
    Prices from
    W. Hutchinson & Co

    17.10, 50—§n









    ll neers & a witnesses, documents and vouchers, to
    FIRE-WOOD in stove jen e examination. be exemined by me on any Tuesday,
    per 100 Ibs., and Sen an hes. Parents or Guardians aécompanying | cr Friday between the hours of 1”
    Apply — Dover. 8131, . their daughters of wards are hereby noti- | (noon) and 3 o'clock in the afternoon,
    fled that thete is no accommodation for|s! the Office of the Clerk of the
    HORNER'S PREPARATIONS. Maltle- them at the on the date of the | Assistant Court of Appeal at the Court
    vol 8/-; Carnol 5/-; Calsol 16/8; Magsol ext ination the examination of | Hfouse, Bridgetown, Wefore the ith
    7/+; Infantol 5/-. Feronol & Feronol F. its until they leave | day of December 1950, in order that
    Geo. C. Ward & Co. 15.10.50,—7n. the such claims may be ranked according
    W. H. ANTROBUS, to the nature and priority thereof
    ONE LIQUOR LICENCE — Apply: Sec. Gov. \y, respectively; otherwise such persons
    Walter Mayers, Cherry Grove, St. John Girls’ Foundation School. will be precluded from the benefit ot
    17.10,50—2n 8.10.50—Sn. the said Decree, and be deprived of all
    “ROCA RAbDE eee Wade nk Rion clrimed on or against the said property
    — Never been used irsants are also notified that they
    For sale, price $10.00. Telephone 229% ‘PUBL NW tend the said Court on Wednes-
    “Macrae” 15.10, 50—2n. IC OTICES tay, the 27th day of December 1950, at
    le o'clock a.m, when thelr claims will
    On br Balen oe Cod Liver be ranked :
    - Sulmefrin alcium Gluconate. Given under my hahd this 13th day
    Glycerine Suppositories 3/6 —Geo, C. MRS. LEVITT of ‘October 1959
    Ward & Co, 15.10.50.—7n. begs to announce that the 1. V. GILKES,
    —_————— r. Clerk of the Assistant Court
    SALE — Among other items we sell MAYFAIR BEAUTY SALON -” e " “of Appeal.
    Khaki at 50c. per yd. ROYAL STORE. | Will be man nthe ee. ei TT aa ee
    14.10.50 a ne noi
    eit clteleeiabs pias wh Seal Pruee The opening date will be announced OFFICIAL SALE
    SHIRTS—2,000 Men's Shirts of guaran-| !#ter. 17.10,50—1n
    teed wearing quality at $2.00 and $2.40) ——-———————_-——- | parRapos

    each. ROYAL STORE. 12.10.50—7n,























    , BUNGALOW — Fully
    bedroom Bungalow
    cool locality 2'%

    furnished
    built

    Applicat for
    SHIRTS & PYJAMAS — Boys’ and 2 for Gir * (Equitable Jurisdiction)

    Men's Shirts and Pyjamas ordered and bier tee ot oo hee THEOPHILUS Da COSTA SMALL
    Measure can be delivered within four| School, will be received by me not AP lointitt
    hours. SHIRT FACTORY. later than 20th October. TOBIAS LICORISH .....,. Defendant
    2.10,50—~Tn. Parents of applicants must be parish- NOTICE is hereby given that by
    ————— | joncrs in straitened circumstances | V’rtve of an Order of the Assisiant
    TRUNK-—Steel reinforced. dust proof | Ages of applicants between 11 and | ¢urt of Appeal dated the 13th day of
    Made in U.S. 40 x 23 x 14. Price $40 | years. October 1950, there will be set up for
    “Dawson”, 5th Avenue, Belleville W. U. GOODING, taié to the highest bidder at the Offic:
    17.10,.50—1n, Parochial Treasurer, oi the Clerk of the Assistant Court of
    acerca ae St. Philip. | Appeal at the Court House, Bridgetown
    TORCH LIGHTS — Two Cell “Toren 11.10.50—6n. | between the hours of 12 (noon) a4

    Lights complete with batteries Black —._—_. | 2 o'clock in the afternoon on Frid
    and e cases, Oniv $1.17 each NOTICE the 29th day of December 1950, pil
    G. W. Hutchinson & Co. Ltd. Dial that certain piece or parcel of land
    17.10. 50—3n “SEALED Tenders for the erection] situaie near Grazettes Plantation 1
    Miler of a Pavilion and Community Hall at| ihe parish of Saint Michael and Island
    o) Is a new remedy for| Ellerton Social Centre, St. George, will} aforesaid containing by admeasurement
    Dandruff and other Sealp complaints, - received by me up to 3ist, October,| one rood thirty nine perches or there-
    it brings life and lustre to the duiiest | 1950. abouts butting and bounding on lands
    Hair and aleo combines its own} Plans and Specifications can be seen|of the estate of one Alleyne deceased
    shampeo. KNIGHT’S LTD at Mr. R. B. Moulder's Office at Messrs |e, lands of Grazettes Plantation on
    17.10,.80-3n. |. FP. HARRISON & Co., Broad St.,| junds of T. Payne and others on jands
    —_ | Bridgetown. Low or late of Edward Seoit and on a
    *VOSEMAR" — Would you like to K. MASON, road in common or ‘however else ihe
    have wavy heir? Then try ‘Vose- Clerk, Vestry of St. George.” fame may butt and bound and if not
    mar” whith is the natural Hair Waver 12,10.50—4n. | {hen sold the said property will be set
    Ottainable in tubes and bottles Ti ———=—-—= | up for sale on ever ueceeding Friday
    KNIGHT'S Lid. NOTICE between the same heures until the same
    4 17.10.50—2n THE WOMEN'S SELF HELP will pe| '* S/d for a sum not less than £83.68
    ——————— | opening on Friday 27th October. Mem- Dated this isth day of October 19%

    FOR RENT bess are asked to bring in their work | vet oi Vi, GILKES,
    from Monday 23rd lowers will | Ag. Clerk of the Assistant Ny oye
    reer o PP

    newly

    miles from town.

    Available for 9 period of 12 months from}

    Ist. December. Inspection by appoint
    ment. Phone 4476
    15.10. 30—fin
    ‘BEVERLY’ The Garrison. Praw
    ing and Dining room; 4 bedrooms; 1
    with bathroom attached — Play room,
    Preakfast room Modern Kitehen «ic
    all conveniences. Tennis Lawn, Spaciou
    yard with fruit trees. Garages Ser
    vants’ rooms tec. Dial 8372
    15.10 .50—3n






    UPSTAIRS FLAT—Fr
    1950, at
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    tions 4 Vestry Exhibitions.





    be accepted before the morning of the

    27th, Consignors wil! be paid as usual

    on Friday 27th. Subscriptions $1.00
    17,10. 50—tn



    NOTICE
    APPLICATIONS ‘accompanied by bap-
    tirmal certificate) will be received at
    my office up to 3 p.m. on Friday, 20th
    | October, 1950, for one or more vacant
    *| Christ Church Vestry Exhibitions tenable
    at the Girls’ Foundation School.
    4 Applicants mist be daughters of
    $} Parishioners in straitened circumstan-
    -| ێs, and mitst not be legs than ten
    years six months or more than twelve
    | years on the date of the examination
    Candidates must present themselves
    for examination to the Headmistress at
    Foundation School on Friday
    2)| 27th October at 9.30 a.m
    Application forms must
    | from my office



    be obtained
    WOOD GODDARD
    Clerk of the Vestr
    } Christ Ct

    7 eS crepes ean, ee
    a

    late of Edward Scott and on a road 11
    common or however else the same may
    butt and bound to bring before me an
    eecount of their seid claims with their






    IN THE ASSISTANT COURT
    OF APPRAL









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    General Post Office

    tne
    as under

    Parcel, Registered and Ordinary Mat!s
    a\ 2.30 p.m. ch the 17th of October,
    1950

    Pyorrhea and

    Trench Mouth
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    SOLSSOSIOCOL AS.



    BUGGY AND HARNESS

    Buggy, 2 Sets Spring Har
    Double Mule Truck 1 Sing

    Mole = Truck Apply
    e, Rowa St



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    ADVOCATE



    hs
    In Carlisle Bay
    Sch. Cyel#rama ©O.; Sch. Lochinvar 8
    Sch. Emmanuel C. Gordon; Sch. Cyril

    E. Smith; Sch. Zita Wonita; Sch Enter-

    prise; h. Burma D. Sch. Everdene;
    MV Star, Seh. Franklyn D. R.;
    Seh. Mary E. Caroline; Sch. Molly «
    Jones and Sch. Philip H. ison .
    ARRIVALS.

    SS. Sunavis, 4,290 tons net, Cap
    Coles, from Trinidad

    S.S. Camadian Challenger 3.935 pons

    net, Capt. Clarke, from Montred!

    Parsons, for St. Lucia.

    Sch. Wonderful Ceunsellor, 38 tons net,
    Capt. Alexander, for St. Lucia

    Sch. Frances W. Smith, 74 tons net,
    Capt. Hassell, for British Guiana

    In Touch With Barbados
    Coastal Station

    CABLE and Wireless (West Indies)
    lad. advise that they can now commu-
    | nicate with the following ships througn
    | their Barbados Coast Station:

    S.S. Swainby; S.S. Oliverbank; S.S
    | Trajanus; S.S. Orestes; S.S. Sunavis;
    S.S. Orinoco; S.S. S, Paula; 5.5. Cap-
    tain John; S8.S. Empire Victory; 5.5
    Salinas; S.S. Kern Hills; $.S. Qutimes;
    S'S. Florida; S.S. Ragunda; 8.8. Gol-
    fito: S.S. Balaena; §.S. Fort Towhs-
    hend; SS. Eptaisso; S.S. Mont Everes

    Seh, Emeline, 72 tons net, Capt
    Clarke, from British Guiana

    Sch. Belqueen, 44 tons net, Capt
    | King, from St. Vincent.
    | S&S. Geologist, 3,620 tons net, Capt
    it cama. from Liverpool

    DEPARTURES

    M.V. Lady Jay, 46 tons net, Capt
    Dombrei, for Cayenne

    Sch. Lady Noeleen, 41 tons net, Capt
    Noel, for Dominica,

    M.V. Lady Joy, 46 tons net, Capt.
    |

    S.S. Seya; 5.5. Frances; 5.5. Portu
    gal; S.S. Emanuel; S.S. Leeds City,
    R.F.A. Gold Ranger; $.5. Dolores; 5.5
    Yamhill; $.S. Stella Marina; S.S. Ionean
    Leader; S.S. Springwave; S.S. Solon;
    S.S. Mormachite; 8.8, Cham; §$.8.

    Fort
    8.8

    Branita; S.S. Mormacsaga; 8.8
    Mercer; S.S. Leuritis Swenson;



    GOVERNMENT NOTICE

    Diesel Mechanic—Seawell Airport
    APPLICATIONS are invited for the post of Grade “A” Diesel

    Mechanic at Seawell Airport.

    Applicants should have a thorough knowledge of Diesel Bngines

    and will be required to pass a test.

    The post is temporary and termMinable by a month's notice on

    ; either side. Remuneration will be

    the | rates fixed for Grade “A” Mechanics.

    Applications stating age and qualifications should be submitted
    to the Manager, Seawell Airport, from whom further information may
    be obtained, not later than the 21st October, 1950.

    CHANCERY SALE



    ‘ties will be set up for sale at the Registratiot
    n between 12 (noon) and 2 p.m,
    below, [f not then sold, they will be sét up on

    Place and during the same hours until sold.

    The undermen' nr ieetdont
    Office, Public Bulainey & idgetow:
    and on the date specified
    succeeding Friday at the same
    particulars on application to me.

    CHARLES HOLMAN WILLIAMS, SYDNBY JOHN ALBERT W
    HOLMAN EUGENE WILLIAMS, all acting herein by Dave
    one of their constituted Attorneys — Plaintiffs

    ERNEST DEIGHTON MorrLry — Defendant
    (1) ALL THAT certain piece or parcel of land_ situa
    Road in the City of Bridgetown and Island of Bar!
    admeasurement twenty-five bunaiees and eighty-six square fee
    or thereabouts Abutting and bounding on lands of one Millicen’
    Mary's Girls’ Sehool on lands of one Cummins or
    Mason ‘Hall Street on lands of Keren Hewitt and on Baxters Rone

    PROPERTIES:
    by

    Knight, St,

    or however else the same may abut and bo Toge' ith
    the Svpinehouay thereon erected and all and singu!
    the buildings and erections on the said parcel of land erectec

    and built standing and being with the appurtenances;

    Upset Price: £1,337. 10. 0.

    and (2) ALL THAT certain piece or parcel of land situate at Cheap
    side in the City of Bridgetown and Island of Barbados
    by admeasurement nineteen hundred and

    or thereabouts Abutting

    J. E, Mason Louis Bert on lands of the
    { F. N. Hall and on the public

    wever else the same may abut a
    with the messuage or dwell!

    now or late
    side Road or Tho
    other the

    erected one a

    Date oe Bates ah October

    Registration Office,
    6th October, 1980.

    SHIPPING

    MONTREAL AUSTRALIA NEW ZEA-
    LAND LINE LIMITED
    (M.A.N.Z,. LINE)

    8.8. “Gloucester” salle Freemantle
    September ‘7th, Adelaide September
    ith, Melbourne September 28th, Devon-
    port October Ist, Sydney October 7th,
    Brisbane October l4th, arriving at
    Barbados November Lith,

    These vessels have ample space for
    erat hard frozen and general cargo,

    Cargo accepted on through bills of
    lading with transhipment at Trinidad
    for Barbados, British Guiana, Windward
    and Leeward Istands,

    For further particulars apply:-
    SURNESS, WITHY & Co. Lid,

    TRINIDAD,

    B.W.1.
    DA COSTA & Co. Ltd.,
    BARBADOS,
    B.wil.

    ?





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    \

    Aleoa er

    8.8. “LEBRRVILLc"
    | S$.S “BYFJORD" .,
    } 8.8. “C. G. THULIN”

    or ee





    HARBOUR L0G | Seawell



    and
    standing and being with the appurtenances



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    CANADIAN SERVICE

    PAGE SEVEN

    Your Backache







    rege ERTS BP ETA ;
    Prom 2 :

    > @ ~ oO : c ma ° 6
    Coont atth ‘pelt; Send Sens stoma? n y due to sluggish Kidney Action

    King; Hugh Smith: Benjamin Spen
    Henry Wade; Charlie Maynard; Jorn
    Hammond; Mona Prada; Joseph ‘Tag-
    liaferri: Beryl Hinkson; Patricia Wry-
    therhead; Stephen Weatherhead; W \-
    liam Cragwell; James Cragwell; Otyia
    Fitzgerald Marion Hopkins; Ne .
    Foster; Patsy Foster; Eltiot Marts
    Melen Haaynes; Iris Hinds; Arnold
    Kelshall; Peter King; Harold Y
    Frank Willoughby; Norman Gill; H
    old Corbin; Knollye Tnnias; Elaine
    Wood; Frederick Talma; Edwin Us
    Costa; Audrey Dayrell; Herman Boos;
    Camina Boos; Jessie Fendt.
    From GRENADA:
    Michael Lambert; Hugh
    Kethleen Bain.

    From MAIQUETIA
    Luis Pacheco; Ann Pacheco; W. R
    Hagen.
    DEPARTUKES BY B.W.1.A.L
    For TRINIDAD;




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    U Sent sions

    theumatic pains, stiff, achi
    muscles end’ joinvs, e

    Pilgrim 5






    Rubma Fahey; Forrest Clarke;
    Catherine Clarke; Vivienne Beckles;
    Sylvia Cleveland; John Nuskisson
    Linda Thomas; Raymond ‘Thomas;
    Somuel Mizrahi; Joseph O'Malley
    Edwin DaCotsa; Elise Griffith; Julian
    Grell; William Johnson; James Mur-
    phy; Hazel Murphy; Maudina Bruce

    Rita Alkins; Albert Moore; Zelia Vieira:

    Theresa O'Reilly; Ren Laughlin; Charl >s

    Maynard

    For GRENADA
    Phillipa Stewart;

    For LA GUATRA:
    Ruth Olson; Harry Barron; Josephine

    Barron; Josephine Barron.

    Gladys Wessel

    Guy Mathurin; Rob 4 RRIVED
    wy athurin; ert Springer;
    Papewareh: Susan Hlainsworth; Muriel The Petite Beauty SALON wilt A RI
    almont; be closed from SATURDAY, OCT 11 why nt of
    For ST.’ KITTS: Ist m, “Sotelo teks
    fEmille De Lisle aaa. Seat DE LUXE HOT PLATES

    G. ADAMS,

    For MARTENIQUE: Hindsbury Road.

    Maire Lafages.
    For ANTIGUA;

    Albert Beckles; Miss Nora Siffleet and
    Mr. Sydney Nurse.

    BURNERS
    1 GRILL BURNER and PAN
    Super finish Green Enamel.
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    and buy before they are ail sold

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

    Also a variety of CIGARS



    ite in Baxter:
    Goatainmne




    containin

    -four square fee
    wor late of
    on land:






    and bound! 8.

    on |
    arochial Bul

    WHY SURFER WITH INFLUENZA?

    It is dangerous to trifle with Influenza,

    ereon and all and singular
    “te said parcel of land



    ouse
    erections on










    Hajeier ie’ ery. So save yourself the ravage of this disease by taking :—
    “RECTOR’S INFLUENZA MIXTURE”
    NOTICES As « follow-up after an attack of Influenza, or any other
    Fever use. . .
    M.V. “T, B. RADAR" will | “RECTOR’S FEVER MIXTURE”
    accept Cargo and Passengers for
    and “Aruba, "Date of departure This product is specially prepared to enable you to resist

    and get rid of Malarla and otht
    Obtainable at .

    to be notified, r Fevers,

    M.V. “CARIBBEE” will accept
    Cargo and Passengers for
    Dominica, Antigua, Montserrat,
    Nevis and 8t Kitts. Sailing
    Friday 20th.

    M. V “DAERWOOD" |. will
    neeept Carto ond Passengers tor
    St. Vincent, St. Lucia, Grenada
    Sailing Saturday

    BW.L, Schooner Owners’
    Asso. (Inc).
    Tel. No, 4047

    (eee

    Booker's «'0s) Drug Stores Ltd.

    Bridgetown and Hastings (ALPHA PHARMACY)




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    With RUBBER SOLES...





    |

    NEW ORLEANS 6ER/108
    salts Arr.

    N.O. B’des
    2th Sept. 12th Oct.

    Perey



    EW YORK SXRVIC£E
    Arr.

    salle An. With LEATHER SOLES iveeaa eee mae
    2th Sept. th Oct.
    13th Oct. 23rd Oct.

    LEATHER LOAFERS With CREPE SOLES $6.25

    ,OUTHBOUND .
    Sails Sails Arrives
    Name of Ship Montreal HMalitax Barbados
    5.8. “ALCOA PIONEER” October 7th October 10th Octobi 20th
    8.8. “ALCOA PARTNER” October 27th October 20th Noveltiber 10th
    NORTHBOUND {
    Arrives
    S.8. “ALCOA PARTNER" ccltee 10th yf St. JOHN, St, Lawrence © Briti Sh Co.
    ver Ports.
    8.8. “ALCOA PEGASUS” October 2ist For St. Lawrenee River Porte SH MAKER TH W
    8.8. “ALCOA POLARIS” October 3st For St. Lawrence River Ports OE S TO E ORLD. %

    These vessels have limited passengérs accommodation.

    apelth

    Rim Orb Rew






    SOUTHBOUND
    To





    Load
    Montreal

    ** a “BRUSH” 4th. Get
    es “EeNNY 15th. Nov
    2.8. “SUNMONT” Int. Nov
    8. “SUNPRINCE” 18th. Oct









    Ss Tee a



    LTD. —Canadian Service.
    York and Guif Service.

    tn tite ti

    From Montreal, St. John, N.B., H
    Barbados, Trinidad, Demerara, BG.

    “Limited Passenger aeecmmodation,

    PLANTATIONS LIMITED—Agents

    aA "DIES

    Complete sets %4” —
    and %” —-
    are obtainable at

    THE CENTRAL EMPORIUM

    (CENTRAL FOUNDRY LTD.—Proprictors)
    Car. of Broad and Tudor Streets.





    ALPES LOA GI LS

    —

    BARBADOS &LECTRIC SUPPLY
    CORPORATION LTD.








    SAILINGS
    alifax, N.S



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    Dates | . Bzpected
    Halifax Arrival Dates
    Hridgetown ny |
    Sth, Get. | 26th. Get i
    23rd. Oct.| 8th. Nov
    @th. Nov. | 22nd. Nowy ,
    Wh. Noy | 6th. Dee Hy )










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




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



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    Vv. SMITH,
    General Manager.




    20th June, 1950.










    PAGE EIGHT

    “Now, this,
    according to
    the plan
    should be
    the Grand
    Hotel des
    Erats-Unis.’



    CUMMINGS'
    COMMENTARY ¢







    As the
    go-late
    holiday-

    makers

    return

    and varied

    “... Furthermore the interesting
    insect life is of



    “Of course, + do anything

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The latest Treasury whit' Paper reveals that the fund, swollen by inlet** and donation:, has grown. Vet it is further fron-. being able to pa* off the nation. >'• debt thar when it was started. The London Evening Standant reporled that In 23 years it his increased by four million dollar* bat in the same period the debt has Increased by some 860.000 million. Complications The Even in* Standuid pointel out that In theory, if the fund were left alone for about 400 years and the national debt did not increase any more in the meantime, the debt could be paid off But long before this romplirnlions would have set In. The fut-i would be receiving an annual income of something lino $1,000 million. This would not be taxed or spent on goods; therefore it would represent a huge draiii on the nation's resources. Professor U C. Hobbuu of the London University -School of Economics said the whole thina reminded him of the old fallacy about a shilling (14 cents) invested at compound interest in the time of Christ "By now it would bo v.-grtn several times all the gold on RM earth." Britain's national debt now stands at 870,748.168.313. TV only way the national debt couid be pahl off would be for the valu*of the country's real wealth to be Increased by this amount and the whole increase uxed 100 per cent. —1 N.S. The Weather TODAY Hyn Rises: 5.49 ajn. Han SeU: 3 42 pjn. Moon (First Quarter) October 18. I.ilhttnj: G.Oti p M High Water: 9.11 an, p oi YESTERDAY Rainfall (Codrusgton) nil. Total for Month to Yealerday: 4 78 las. Temperature (Max) 88.0 *F. Temperature (Mln) 74.5 *F. Wind Direction <8 jn \ E.N.E. IS p m ) EKE. Wind Velocity: 10 miles per hour. Barometer (9 in ) JS.H50 (3 i> MI i 18.787. t'nited Nation* I or, ^ in araaaiiur the S8th Parallel, have com mlttrd themselves i.i reaehinr Ihr frontier of Red Manchuria mil coin* aear the border of Rula itself Mail the posltioti of the vital Soviet Iwtwr Archbislwp To Tour GEORGETOWN, Oct 13. His Grace the Archbishop of the West Indies will be leaving British Guiana on October SO on a visit to the dioceses in the Province. The Doctor of Divii,. beth) Degree recently awarded Dr. Knight will be conferred on him by tha Dean of Georgetown at a special service to be held ii St. Oeorge's Cathedral, Georgetown, on Sunday. October 29. The Degree will be conferred by Dean Young who has been commissioned by the Archbishop of Canterbury to net oh his behalf, and the oalh wUl ba administered by Acting Chief Justice F M. Bolsnd of Vladivostok. Already the Russians .bun that one of their airfields haa bern ponndrri in I he \iiirrlcin-. OUirr tension sputa—Formosa. Ihr rnilippanes. Frrneh lnd< hlna < where a battle hai. heel %  uliil. are also ohoun. Coi %  .; %  !< ct. T* point* to fh. [ft* map .. %  arrow Parallel Battle For Pyongyang Draws Near # Froaa pace 1 "hom guards" around Pyongyang and are holding their seastNied troops for a last stand. The drive haa encountered heavier resistance from artillery than South Koreans hsre so far met. But the South Korean drive westward from Wonsan was now entering the hill country where heavier opposition seemed likely. Rrwfer's corresponorn' William Parrott reported from Seoul on Saturday that villagers just north of Seoul had counted groups up to 10.000 strong trudging wearily along roads north on two successive days and that straggler* asgfsj shot. He said that at least 2,000 or 2.000 people detained in Seoul by North Koreans were "disposed of' bsgwaan the Inchon landing on September 15 and Hat occupation of the city at tinend of September. Official Laveatigatori said that a large loll weir murdered CLARKrS "BLOOD MIXTURE Cleanse the system from blood Impwitlas ; muij iufferr from rheumatic aches and pains, lumbago, ncurKst, pimplM, boils, soros and mwor skin allmcnu. on derive great t from thai we know medldee. le Jfotrio .. rout >o CHARXE8 WILL Commonwealth FIGHT BARONE NEW YORK. Oct 18 Euard Lharle^ t*i*inht ggrecd !.. %  in:i\ %  > frfigfat tiUe against Nick Barone of Syracuse un November 28 m Cincinnati. sixth in the World light heavyweight ranking list of the National Boxing Association. Rruter Question Of Salaries Cricket Meeting The Board of Management of the Barbados Cricket Association will hold a inaatlng Qdi afternoon to discuss thr BjVBKMl to~be placed before Hie General I Meeting of the West Indies' Cricket Board of Control. The latter meeting takes place In 1 Trinidad on October II. 20 and 2! It is expected that Mr. P. A. C. Clalrmonte and Mr E. L. G. Hoad will be the representatives of Barbados. PORT-OF-SPAIN, Trinidad Members of the Lcgislatl Council will be entitled to their salaries from the day on which they will be sworn In October 20. It Is understood legel ruling was sought, when It was pointed out. that the previous years members started to draw their salaries as from the date of the first official return of their election. This was found to bo Incorrect and the opinion was sought. From other sources It was learnt that the question of payment for Ministers to be appointed by the Governor will have to be decided by Colony's Executive Council to* Bridge* Collapses; 15 Killed r.OGOTA Colombia. Oct. 1G M( teen persons were killed when a river bridge collapsed at Medellin. about 150 miles northwest Of Bogota on Friday night -tCf> Russian Army Has Greater Fin' Power FRANKFURT. Germany. Oct. 18 Russia's arm> packs mow ftp power than the American army man for man. Hussi* has the best tank and the best self-propelled big gun In the world. These are admissions of the U.S. Army llaolf and what American troops in Germany are taught Estimate*; are hased on detailed reports. In Its analysis of these report: the U.S. Ann. pulls no punch** but offers this consolationThe Soviet Army pays a high price for its heavy fire power. It loses staving power, balance and mobility. A U.S. Division CM maintain itself In combat longer, m faster and keep belter communication* Tilt' U S Ann;. n. M nounced a big incnafe in ihr Ira E wer of Its Infanlrv division. it apparently the neat I i Ultle Division siills nutguns It on man for man basis — (Ch Y Zealand Inviled To Tour S. Africa JOHANNESBURG. Oct. 18. The New Zealand Crick-1 A*M. -i.iin.ri barea bean invitod i> send a team to tour South Alriri it 1813-34. The invitation follows .. it nioetiiL.' of IhiSouth Afriran Cricket Board. If the tour materialises It will %  New Zealand < rtCkat Bkta —Renter. rors COMB Christmas crackers and toys were among the cargo discharged %  %  i day by the "Oi The "Geologist" came ft pool. During the past month, ships remtng from England haw bo.r bunging toys and other Chnstmas goods for Barbados. Tea, biscuits, barley, cod liveroil, coffee, confectionery, evaporated milk, salt and oil stoves also made up part of the cargo. Curucao Defagaalatf To Be Named To-da) THE Adwiirare understands thai than "ill bo an informal Joint the two houses of the ragtsiatura to-daj. in select two ununVial IIH-IHIH-IS of the legislature to attend the Fourth Session of the West Indiun Coi to lie held in Curacao, Dutch West Indies from November 27th to December 8th CASE DISMISSED iPmm Our 0vn Csarrt-x>onO*iii, PORT-OF-SPAIN. "This case was given much puhhcity HI the newspaper. 1 am no; going to encourage people to lay Others, and Just fail to appear Hi Court", said Mr. In tba Slparla Police Court, when the case against Mr RoodaL ex-member of the Legislative Council, who was fOf assuulliiiB Jaimool as dismissed. Complain' %  %  .. %  %  fully instructed him. H ins Again BARODA. Oct 18. e CtFinniiuiwi'al'.n Cricket I %  'ill victoor Si IIIIM boor arttan Biiroda. Ranji Tinj'liy Champion bTO today by 8 wickets. The -itch etuied with 35 minute* left for play "t> the third and last day. liaruda who made 138 in their %  list mnlngs were dismissed in 1 knock for 204. leav ihr Commoiiwt I44X to gut 1 IS runs to win Frank Wnrrell. W. teat player who capUilned tii %  Com" i on wealth • aecond innings wickets for 46 runs. He was ivot out with 58 Ihe (\iimm>nwoalH.a Secon I innings when the match ended. 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    Tuesday. October 17 is so Barbaims locate BATTLE FOR PYONGYANG DRAWS NEAR Gurion's GovL In Israel Resigns New Elections Proposed ML AVIV, Oct. 16. £)AV1D BEN GURION, whose Government resigned last night, to-day proposed tha should have new general elo i us with a caretaker Cabinet holding office meanv i! Only four hours after tht* rwignatli n n Btflte al 6IW was proclaimed throughout the* rruntry and reserves for the three services were called to the colours. It was stated thai the Government crisis had coincided with ihe secret date fixed for the hetfinninR of |Vu Autumn exercises to test the services' efficiency ii ven, here SMKI %  nuirome of tho on* AMI xr.w MEET .,. Civilians Must Leave Langson SAKION. Indochina <">ct Id TiwFrench atth Command in Indo-China ha* or.iered a civilian evacuation of Lanfion the main French stionghotd on the frontier with Communist China, it was officially announced heie today. Earlier French troops had abandoned Nacham 15 mrics northweel nf Langson and about 6 mile* from th Chinese border. Unconfirmed reports said that Communist led vietminh insurgents were masking for what might be a new attack after their heavy blows in the DORM this month. In the face of strong Vietminh attacks the French have evacuated chain fortresses and pillboxes on the 180 mile stretch of frontier from Caobang to Pongdanf ..bout 10 miles northwest of Langson Langson is France's biggest frontier fortress guarding the mountain pus* from Kwangsi Province in China. A railway and road run through It to Hanoi. An official French spokesman i have been caused by Ihe refusal of the relot to accept the Pre. Ian ior broadening the %  asked Ben Guiion to .net Li UliU.llii' I* ilrTV i tare saJO that the i tainted that .II economic policy had strengthened worksoi 1 cooperatives at the raps %  private enterprise. <>r erven nU in it tl bioc reprs. anted antl-Soi ments who are op|>o*cd it. mic policies lien Guiion was expected to tell i t U)-day why his 19* m'.nth-nld coalition Government ssek %  vote i lenea to carry on with -, Qovarnrnent u lion* i *n ha held. Himodenita Labour Party OBtroll about one-third of ihe saais in Parliament was re. U have decided eorlv UH dav 'hat new elections should be fO the end of the year. lien Gurion was expected te present Parliament with a plan for little coalition" without iht YEBTI.RDAV. I small B W.l A plane used tinThe picture taken by the "Advocate*' part of ths n"w n th" far background i.Whrd run* iy .' S.v.-.ll for thr Best USftS. shows where the irw runway mectn the old, and the show* the iinnmahed UglO bto Hen Gurion resigned after thr* religious bloc members In his out> j:oua? Cabinet told htm they we anpolnled by a capital repayment wioadrnwiiiK from the Govern* nt because they did not like PINCH ME! LONDON London's News of tlw World reported this Moscow .. nversei "What was the nationality il Adam and Eve? "Russian, of course. They DM 'I no clothes, nothing to cot but an appsS, and lived in Paradise." —IN 8 "Peace Runners' 9 Set Out PRAGUE. Oct. 1 The "Peace Runners" from Bulgaria. Poland, and Finland lave left or are abou; lo laiW on relay rates through must ol the countries of Europe ^i Sheffield, England where th P secona world Pea e Cnngiei• open on Novcml Runners from Bulgaria on October it started on the first relay througn Rumania, Hungary Austria. Switzerland :n Fnma They will be Joined In Franc Ljr runners from Poland througn Ciechoslovakta. Germany. Holland, and Belgium. The third relay race will beg In Finland wiiere two groups Wl set off. one through Sweden i the other through Norwaymeet again m Efcbjorg. Denmark and go on together to Britain The races are organised by inWorld Feotraflon of Democratk Youth as p**t of the campaiiT (or the Shrmeld Congress. -Reuler Prices Rise On Exchange LONDON. <>% %  :f. Speculative interest in Cambuhy coffee produced hirl increase* today In active trading the price surged lOI a further three shillings and closed around the best. Brazilian warrants reeorde' %  small improvement. Recent speculative buyers of Mexican Eagle unit* were di98% ofE. Germans Voted On Sunday Truman Will Broadcast Ml i.l |fl the recent Cabinet change proI.l 'III! I financial plight. KncsseV reconvenes here on Monday after a two-month recess II Knesset fwftj ti> accept the under Ben (iurlon. new elections may be .lied. The present Cabinet, ncnVinucs on n enretaker basis The task of facing the Premier i. not an casv one. The trto h'-ld the posts of Ministers of P.el.gion for Social Welfare and lUUrtH. They opposed Ben Gurion's recent proposal to appoint Jack Gering a non-party member and financial 89 pgfl M Commerce Minister tu lielp am with an Industrial crisis The bloc contended th it the post should be (Hied by ; Conservative, one ni Its numbe* (Reuler i C.P I "JOHN BISHOP" LEAVES SOUTHAMPTON. England. Oct 8 lUsh survey ship "John Bishop" (12.000 tons) left today lor a nine months tour of tne Antarctic She will put ashore reliefs at Briush bases and carry out ocean surveys. —Reuler of four Mexican pesos per share. Their holdings were unlo.iiivi sri the opening today and the price promptly slumped one sUlllus. There was a small recovery in later dealings Turnover in other sections of the London Stock Exchange was .iitrlcted by the BpproM end of the account, last day beinp tomorrow Tuesday. Price changsii were small but generally lo higher lev %  %  COM • hares hosrairei n corded small losses In ^n idle market. Coppers show. ress despite a cut In Northern Rho ill la's, copper outpul Renter. URL1N, Octobei 16 ALMOST ya per cent of East Qtrtoany'i H.mHi.oiin voted In yi sitTilay's boviut Zone general -l 11 tc I! %  German news reports here today <-> l i\ oppwM the of can ... UNESCO Samlion Australian Proposal LAKE SUCCESS. Oct Irt The United Nations Economic and Social Council to-day approved the Australian proposal or a seven nation temporary ommittee "to examine all availtble material probably needed in Korea for relief rehabilitation. The Soviet amendment — that the Committee consult Representatives of North and South Korea on rehabilitation—was defeated by I vote of 14 lo i with one abstention The Soviet Delega'e Amatask Arutiunian suggested that representatives of Southern and.North,i .. tooge BtrlngK In th<" central Steel i., r Eastern Policy. %  iithe the riioiigh ail i .-ports from UM nc -..in ball I c ntalnad no pi \.te. Rest Garman Nsnrg Aajsnej A D.N. gave dgfaOi thai nomlng 1 ObpOSItllH: •.'. AT SEAWELL ysnUrday tlnPagoda Ilk* umbrella provided itaada for Its lucky owner. %  u r Intei position vut.' %  eral Election Ths i. i lews Agcnc; %  i Total i ; o,643 Voteo for the Nalior %  .74S 38,544. %  I' i. ill .t ..... ci ; i i.must led Nalional Front %  nisi led Natiiin.il Erofll n-adc secure politically ; baCUon In UM centn that only war or internal I | Iff volt might conceit iblj i< It was engin-.Tit nlsjgiii Garman voting %  l for In N Hates On Canadian Will Fluctuate LOW Ii. tnc lil It .. change dealings u, lndon since the outbreak ot tne wai man dollar opened on Monday at 12 93^ lo tl-VS ihe pound sterling. This compared with %  Iftnasj Of 2.95 to $2.97 which Uiu Bank of Ki'glaml had previously been fixInZ It was announced on Friday that from Monday the Bank of Engtend wUl slag* Bsung ran il 1> tt-.id tl.e l..t. v l'„ • i ,'e ,i .ii wn..l.' .• will. lemand in a free market between authorized banks. C'sn Prei 1U VMIUUIIK General Ma ppaii — as he appears lone President Truman %  .II int ihe ground from under ,n Con ires*, whu tliew inxplraln.ii Eton %  r l'"'" dl I .. i,d aspett of ,, %  ,.,.h ( > in the Orient seemed UimrughL esd last night. He made a Ibu wand and had i Kgin Beach on the lajfed iH-foe l . the Nuv> t'lub. | %  ..Kill)/ Oft in G.M T U.N. Troops Advance On 100-Mile Front By JULIAN BATES TOKYO, Oci 16. COUTH KOREAN forces were within 3* miles of the Communist capital Pyongyang tonigat, front line reports said. This nearest point was on the southeast. Other troops were 45 miles east of the city. The Communist Raiiid Air Traiupttrt Assoe'itli < today l-->kuig ahead to the InduiUTinl Baa of atomic rnargy in t\'% anr rriwrt. Sir William told tl.e Association's Jixth annual getw inipting "We may then haw a nan with whirl* we can rea maka money %  Chrll AvtaUen Bxpt rta imm %  iivi ksira t.> rtisuMg pii • i make air travel cheaper a •ajar at the live day annual i ..rliament of Wurld's Airlines In his ivv ,.l ..Mini. logn 19411. Si, William 0.IHIII IMUBjenaar mik* M II pi >iw than 1948 Air carsjo Inerraaed "gpi cUasj !i.rly" by 20 |srr oaol n otal of 4O0.000.0OO ton mile nc | nl Our -mfety rtM I ft H in lite i-l has been steadily, npnivlng" ha rt....l-1—i i M aaps forward had beWi 1 progressive mmlernlsjitiiMi %  ... . 8|i William continued. U. ii-inng U. some of the iieneliu which 90 yean of air ansport had brmight to thorld sn William said mi turnport had revolutionised coinmunialiniui in Colombia, which b ivnled by thrre mountain rang,, .ill in r.i.i/ii vhcnloumeyi t'hlch used to bike *ix month. %  Uaha "iily tw,> hours by ill At to-day's session Warren !*< %  I at ('luiirnmii 04 tinH hi! I Tiaagaaorid AlrliMi loo iifllre MS the Associations' riesiileid so,.tlng l)r. AllM-rt P teaman. President and r'oumlei of KI.M Koyal Dutch Airline-. Rrulrr ii 1930 ttrutrr LAKE si ma Oct C Tna si, \uita < ouw U i %  i.. ..I Arab .."'I lag %  il ft i t "' 1 Uie I'ak-ktiiic aniuslice asjP I W.,neii Austin. Unite.1 Stales wai I %  .i.i'.ely afle adoption of the agenda repreARTIE'S POSTSCRIPT FROM LONDON 'terelp iukea u %  larboard iidc trtuomcWr I' DtaUVag Of Israeli I Intritad lo take seats at the BhM Sasrlni deliberation %  iM i ,.iii[.i...nt was Igypl chl I was sysp .1, %  in...: I %  (visions of th. -Armistice Agreeimnl Fawal uej of Egypt alii i i io far forcd.i over 0,000 Arabs from Palest,ne %  baaa aooaptcsj by UM I Egyptian QOSWTUMBI after they had been driven to Bf) I [tier. I %  %  armistice provision IWM i i throw in aW i I hail .'i Highest rcm.ut ., % %  %  i mergeiit^ In the central Unite.! fronl s< I arm* ihinips left by retreating I'ommuni.its for possible use by 1 I resislbaaa broken Main roOda north (ram lb parallel run through shrub — COVOrOd tulls. ideal for ll )\ %  | n'.. .1 Cominuiiisls have so far miile HtMe use of them Observers said that Ihe Communist!* have thrown a tight '^.-ei "f an at • i On pare 1 'KM, TH* *V*tCATE TH* Nr.W Ring alii ay or NUht wr mi. VIH \tt 1-A\s I i: M-WS Government Approve Oil Terms HIS EXCEi-LEKCT look* at the Boyi rork of <•>; cf Us pupil', St Osorge yastardar. lu th Infant 8-hool at 8t 4|| THE Governor in I %  %  has approved under the %  • rmi ..( issued to the Barbados Company Ltd., the I Prospecting Programme "A general ajsjolofjh ll i f tlie Island Is M >ut by our New York staff based upon such Informabterature and other sources, %  %  in the process %  out in Barbados pi. : i neat a gravimeter survey duruik! the inontfej of 1950 or early In 1951 This survey is dethe db'i the rock strata of tl i which are comn of structural uplift Follow mime gravimeter work :. i.i. several BWattag By01 be re quired lo calculate and analyse the data obtained thai indicate an a seismograph aurvey : rrnad, % %  I I %  1941 The seismograph survey is designed to Indk "f the pslaUvi energy BsOVOUasU i .•edimenU, areas strucluraii> favourable for the aoewnulatioi of oil It Is [ %  out this survey by the t*'. lBM*ara methods of seismograph investigation, rofli I %  %  form the calculations ns* • %  ing on %  p| %  vaj as out%  gieal stu ... .uue SO %  raauRfl irvaj ,' is hoped iroetura favorabio lor oil aeeumulg I a well %  ..'.. 1931 It ling upon I hnlcall %  I .in be areom%  Ttic eyoli \hat has made cycling fi.moua and will make you won! to cycle murr thin iVei We have them in 22 mid 24 inch Frames in your lavmn Its colours of black and green, with or without three or lour ;iceda. 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    PACE Einirr BARBADOS ADVOCATE TUESDAY, OCTOBER 17, 1M \ CUMMINGS COMMENTARY As the go-late %  NiMfuIf>. Jim'r .(-.a* word of f'rrm'h. >'r l'w a MffM /*-lin Hint:'. 11 iiupur* about reittvfd iai>." ..ii.i ..in. i inir ( %  fmriul inll'iX" %  %  f %  Lin 11 K v •' I'm .umr iv S,i;-l-< Ifiv fail 2* w" fcwami 11 ihr ml. fetaM ..'.... on* ..,11 ..'..i : i.'"i i. WHIM. i. .1. ,i London Ex pre* Hurt** M lark* I! M W1NUWAIU) and INNlNtlM n DM. Clark* C B*SS I b.*. h fticFMlh T Karmn -.tp-1 a Uvli b Mr Haiti I F.fiwr b MtB-ih II D. Uimrf not out .. .. ... K Dufanl nol sul Iiuu : Total ifui 4 wtckrlai 1 III)WI.IN(i ANALYSIS \Uuiah i I'lovcrl* \ii n.-!ii TAKfAN •• MIVTAI. IKIHI-ITAI. MM. HO*riTAL 1*1 Innlnaa %  HI-* AT AN 1ST IN NINO* GOOD PERFORMANCES IN JUNIOR GAMES SOME uootl scores were returned on Saturday, the second day in the Fifth Series of Intermediate cricket malchcs At Congo Road W.mderera after BOWUNO ANALYSIS ico-ii) 316 on Hit.first day of play diimlMod Windward for 103 in their llmt innings with A Farmer lopworing wllh 17. J Mi-Beth bowlwl well lo take four of Windward wickets for 24 runs and J Ussilah two for 32 In their seconil turn at the wicket Windward have knocked up 105 for the loss of four wicki'ts when stumps were drawn E Evelyn and C. Seale who opened the Innings for Windward in their second innings, atarted playlni soundly and at one time looke' like if ihey were out for a goo1 partnership but Evelyn. In attempting to force a ball from M Clnrke. was bowled when hi' M i re was 32. With ;i whole days play to cefM Wanderers are in a good position to score a six points victory over Windward A Lead At Black Rock, Mental Hosplta gained (list innings lead ovci Spartan. Spartan in their lirst innings were all out for 110, in reply to Mental Hospital score of 2M on the Urst day. R Rock who bowled steadily on a wicket that was a bit dead. took six of Spartan's Wieketl % %  %  cost of 12 runs after bcwllng over 10 overs K Roberts the not out batsman topscored with 24 He batted very cautiously. A grand knock of 53 by R Chase, helped Mental Hospital to score 110 for six wickets in their second Innings. C Best who batled attractively scored 34. while tho wickets went to E. McComie C. Skinner and K Roberts who look two each. Y.M.P.C. also got a first inning: lead over Empire who could only score 121 in reply to Y.MP.C '* 216—C. Greenidge 51. I Burke 5! and C. McKenzie 54— In their (Irsi Innings. Despite a stubborn knock •2nd li. Oirkrl: 3 VICTORIES RECORDED H Thomson U Kiu-iit i ItcbaiU not out Matin Mi b Reck C liana b Reck V JanirtMitl . . I. McComla h Rock .lunar %  *!> Rock .BIBpbaa b Rock N Mad lord abaatlt (lark* abacnl Exirai i T.H.I | BOWl.INU ANALYSIS II1k It I 1 ri... William. 1 0 SNTAI. aOSrtTAL 1ND INN K >. k b SIHIM-. Hupe b Sklnnar William, nol MM II ifol S -kta.l BOWLINO ANALYSIS of 40 by opening batsman P. Rice, and N. Symmonds. the Empire batsmen fntloi to reach the 20( mark. Y.MI'f at the end of plai iiiivc inV.i-iU'il ;i run for the loss of two wickets In their second innings. Ai Ro,irded Hall. Cable & Wireless dismissed Pickwick In thou first innings for 147 in reply i i 249 made by Cable fc Wiiele-on ths first dsy of play. C. b Lawless took four for 46 for Cable Wireless and R A Lawless three for 30, 1 Brnnker two for 26 and G. McKetiiie one for nine Cable & Wireless in their second Innings have scored 49 runs for the loss of two wickets C McKenzie one of the not oui batsmen Tiad scored 21 wnen stumps were drawn ."<•!playinp very cautiously. HIM'WARU WANDISKBS WANPIRSBS—1.1 INNINOS-SIS WISOHARUS 1ST INNINOII r Saalc I i> l> I'-i'r Evcln ( iwi V l*-> b Ma*eel T Farm" h M.-ll*ih '" II rarmrr c Hub b M Prowrba 1 K Dorsal ool out H. Farmer c*b MiB-th II Farmer C Ma-lah b M Clark. II D. WUkla c R Alklnaon b MrBcli> l A Fanner c Pierce b J Maadan II M. Clarion b McBeOi larnnaton abacnt T.H P.C. a I 11-lit i t.M.r.C. IHT INNINIIK mida* cab U Do,na< enldlr run out % % %  iii'lb Di>wei HOWLINO ANALYSIS nabb c C. OiMBldSe. b E. Brankei Oa-kin Hi. b K llrnnkr. Symmonda nol oul Harrow Ihw b Porter I'urSej abaanl IViwne. rah Porta* SaalV c I. CJreenWIse b Burke Three outright victories Scored In ihe Second Division cricket games that ended last Saturday. Y.M PC, College and tho IHeglment claimed six points from Foundation. Central and Lodge •speetively. A brilli.mt century was made D9 H. Simmons, playing for Pickwick in their match against Combermere. On the first day of ptts) Oon heimere knocked up 304 runs Pickwick occupied the wicket for the whole day last Saturday made 313 for the loss of five wickets. Both the Regiment and College scored uuiUags defeats. The Regiment played Lodge at the Garrison. Lodge batted first and made 34. In reply the Regiment knocked up 203 for eight wickets before declaring. Lodge needed 179 runs to save the innings defeat but th> were only able to make 41 College in their match with Central baited first and scored 229. Central replied with 78. G Shepherd 23 and V. King 20. Sent back to the wicket Central in Ihet second innings were all bowled out for 73. Shepherd was the only batsman to reach double figures. He made 20. Bowling for College in both Innings G Clarke capture.! -.inc wickets for 41 and G Foster five for 49. iluc got first innings points in the match against Empire, Police went to the wicket first and knocked up 195. On Saturday Empire eplied with 12? Frank Taylor topscored with 47 while for Police C. Griffith took three for IB and Denny three fur 25. In their second innn. were 57 for the loss of live wiikeU when 'tumps were drawn Rleni ,;in mi 24 not OUt Ud Kincn made !4 For Bmptrt S p I-. kl took three i"i 19 and Rudder two for 13. Y.M PC defeated Foundation by 00 runs. Y M.P.C •cored III and Foundation replied with 42 In their second Innings Y.M.P.C. knocked up '0, A. Ingram tnp%  Mrinl wilh 31. For Foundation E Gay toe* three wickets for four runs. Foundation needed 141 runs to. nlorv but W re all lowled out for 81. Gay topscored with 29 amlle (or Y :.l P C H Burke took seven for 32 The reiui tollowi — Y.M.rC. v. FOUNDATION V H l'.( 113 & 19 indalion 48 51 RKOIMKNT v LODGE Krclntcitt Sl Ledge 31 A 41 EMPIRE v. POLICE lollee. 196 (for 5. wkU.) I mini % %  1*2 COLLEGE v. CENTRAL College I W Ceeenl 78 A i* COMIIKRMERE v. PICKWICK < umbersacra 38* Pickwick 313 Yorkshire Defeat Bordeaux YOKKSlUhh defeated lloileaux in their seventli m L Hxlure last Saturday. B ett i n g Ant kshire raised 129 runs Maynara 'i: .iii JOINTS TO ivooc FOR WOCD TH qAV V THIS FIRM TAKES THE CAKE-—I VWU.PNT I ABOUT THE ; FIRM THAT RAYS HIS SALARYWSM THIS OUTFIT ON MY WORST ENEMY! THIRTY YEARS BEHINIP THE TIMES-PON'T PAY ANYTHING— A _-.— -nm. BUT LISTEN TO WiM TRY TO PALM OFF MIS KIP ON THIE 80SS' ( MR. 9SPOME, SIR % %  • THIS IS MY HO) CUiTNEY I WAS TEU-N6 YOb A3CJT" UH-IF you COJLP SEE youR, WAY CLEAR TO MAKE A %  FLACE FOR HIM !\ ~u S GRANP ANP 6LORO.S F RMALL HE WANTS IS A CHANCE". IT'S MY LIFELONS AV.3ITION THAT HE FOLLOW HERE IN MY FOOTSTEPS%  f A. t-IA'll ll 1< hBMim ; M ... ... 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    PAGE SIX BARBADOS ADVOCATE TUESDAY, OCTOBER 17. 1M0 rtENRY BY CARL ANDERSON MICKEY MOUSE COSTUME MAPS ...IT (SAVE tttl > CO^P"'9E*<:E-" STZfN3Tt-*„I V BY WALT DISNEY #CONT BECAME TUG LSAPSH ..THfii PEAKED "l*ON PftfiTTV CuTB, BUSTER: JT TUlS 15 THI ENPtpeTWi LtNS MA5K-... iTWAS A\Y TURN-row CHIC YOUNG r V\\ ElR flood tooki tell you they're juM right. You know, too, when you look at the price tag, that you can't get finer value. Illustrated ia Full Brogue Oxford. Tied to every pair ia the John White Guarantee Shield—the -ign which meant ') right'! Look for it in leading store* in Barbados. THfir H>*S a COMMON vULOAG HA: AH0 I OOM'T WANT VOu *jisv. Hi-PfT O PW** _> T" CAM eVri^4 riCKtK oi* *v'J, I g5 /ga**Y A£pA6jf^THE LONE RANGER BY FRANK STRIKER ;5WNG01D| ri'lL5U00I6SOONSTEVRCe L US! WtU (I* OUT VWVJ made by JOHN WHITE means made just right J A Good Night's REST Is So Important r> r/ie Answer to your Transport Problem Massey Harris WHEEL TRACTORS (42 Bill'.) Also available with Steel Wheels and Half Tracks (For Ploughing) BST ADDITIONAL SHIPMENT DUE SHORTLY. COURTESY GARAGE WkKe Park Road. — (ROBERT THOM. LTD.) — DUI 4391 Do you sink peacefully on your pillow nnd flont away on olouds at raatful_ alatp? Or do yon be down with •saving eyas ... to have Lb* worriM of the day come back and taunt you? Many man and women who— aarvea era fmyed by anxiety —or a rundown condition — find thia to ba true. And that'a the Lima when Dr. Cheat's Narva Pood can do to much to help you. For Una reliable tonic contains Vitamin Hi. Iron and other nesded minerrila which help bond up your vitality and tone up your whole syatem— so you re ba setter condition to get your normal nm d t i rest. Canadian* by the thouaande have proved in overhalf a oentnry of use, that you real aenar, rat oefnrr. /eW ci*r after takSBK Dr Chaas't Nerve food. 8s don't let yrmr aenea roe vou of prwptr irmi' (tot Ur, Chaas'a Nerve r'oud in tfa* larae ''sca*.oaay alas". The name "Dr. Cheat" ia your aaauranot. 14 PILES NEGLECTED, HAY LEAD TO SERIOUS OPfRATIOM Many people suffer in silence untold aforwe*, consUnt train wearying irritates and pain caneed by piles, simply because they have never diecuated Una troable with even inch a conwoarrt as their chemist. If you art a sufferer, make up yoer mind ta nsk yonr chemist about the wonderful preparation Man Zan. This clean, eimpieto-use remedy is just marvellODi in the quick way it stops the maddening irritation, allayt inftsunmation and, persevered with, Danishes the most serious form of tail a faunas; trouble. "in Zan Pile Remedy is no ordinary oiminent, but a special preparation sole If for these with pile trouble. It it prepared in a special noxxle applicator tube, making H timple and clean to nteSold by chemiau everywhere. ManZan PILE REMEDY *#**W3^*S£#S*=#5SS33 We Offer rTins Cm-. Beetroot, Muted Vegetable* Bottles 9iufled Onion*: Cocktail Onions; Homs VltMtar; Woreosterahtre Sauce. Tomato Ketchup. Tin. Peai. Shied neam 1 te nsirc TabM stutter Cooking. Butiri STUART & .SAMPSON LTD. Hrfurters For Bui In BRINGING UP FATHER I OOi T L IKF. THAT I Ntv/amuo "-'AOGti V Mfcf. i:fa9TNLV DUMB BY OEORGE MC.MANUS TpSnnT'O ftOWKOaF XT TVS htrrotSh. DOOB' WWV DOSJtfcMT TM*T CATHEAD W6WGCT IT HERE'S YOUR CHANCE TO WIN $50.00 I:\TIK THE RARHADOS ADVOCATE PHDTD COMPETITION RIP KIRBY BY ALEX RAYMOND "6" L-> Ma. %  CoT TlWSJLv • aSjfea,, v.fl. KIR3V...S PRssuva vco JrtammV^Xsftfti ajfTv I %  !v\ a/.." 1 ^^ PDLICGf J*Ur M^^^l tJF-'u 1 *' -.'•^''^•W k. %  jgMttwtiArr: f Jw 1 W9JJW'' te V^&HL THE PHANTOM %  BY LEE FALK & RAY MOORES WU'T BE $0 ; JMPV' Wt Kb IN IKE aEAB IOTV. MAN, 1 VJANNA WAVE A UOCK AT OUS KWGW^ 1W0MIILIOH*-WT n elB co-operation with the Barbados Muxum The BARBADOS ADVOCATE ia running a Photo Competition and Exhibition to encourage: (a) West Indian Photographers (b) To advertise the West Indies to the Wait Indies. (1) Judging will be by a panel comprising two well known Barbadian photographers and the Editor of the Barbados Advocate. (2) Prizes will be awarded on a basis of ( %  ) Excellence of photography. (b) Originality and Uniqueness of subject. e.g. photo* of Mont Pole*, Souflrtere, Brimstone Hiii. etc. would iet special marki fur Interest (3) Since the Intention of the Competition Is to obtain a large number 0/ excellent photographs for exhibition at the Barbados Museum, subject matter must be confined to scenes or objects of historical or other Importance. (i) The exhibition is primarily intended to advertise the West Indian Islands and competitors should it all times consider this objective. (5) Anyon? of any nationality residing in any of the BrillRh Territories In the Caribbean or In any of the Dutch, French or American territories, may compete by enclosing the attached coupon. ^—. (,) ***** m ney will be paid in B.W.I. dollars. 11) PlMrtographs must be not less than 8" x 10" on mat surface. (•) frrtrlea mutt be received at the dit


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    TUESDAY, OCTOBER II, 1*S0 BAKU\DOS ADVOCATE PACE FIVE New Head For All Saints' M R OftJUUM (ii|:lih .s.is'.ati! ma Npeiir. was ren iiUy appointed Hrdnnter tf All Saints' Boy*' School. look up hti new appointment yesi terday The All Saints Bovs' has ap-| proaimatelv 323 boys and seven master*. The masters ore Messrs King Edwards. W. Cilices. C Campbell. V DePeiza. C Harris. C. P. Thompson and W Ramsey Under their former Headmaster Mr. H E Thome. ,1 class was started in Latin but this has since stopped and Mr. Thome has (one over to St Mary's Boys' as Headmaster In place of the late Mr. Norman Drakes When the Adveestle visited All Saints' > esterday the boys were at lunch. Two bread carts and other cool drink vendors supplied the lads with what they wanted. Sonw were eating outside in the fresh air while others chose the carpenter's shop. The master* were doing tileir share of eating m thp Common Room. This school is situated in • %  van airy district, surrounded by tnll canes imd private hoii-c T HE LECTURE on The Amateur Theatre" will be given at 8 o'clock tonight by Mr. Charles Thomas, producer and adjudicator to the British Drama League, at the British Council Centre tonight This Is the first of | Wfay series of lectures that will be given by Mr Thomas He is visiting the Island at the invitation of th< British Council to advise andasslst those interested in amateur dram:i FIRST OS XKW III \W \> .irway VrTAP i aha PICTURE OioWh BWI let day Afternoon This Is the Ant Urns a plane has lauded on toe Inset I* Capt. "Junior 1 Farfan pilot of thr plane. touched down on the saw runway at Seawall yesCUKE-SKINNER CASE BEFORE WEST INDIAN COURT OF APPEAL Hearing Continues Today RE-TRIAL of the Cuke-SkinruT action t*>i dan i ')-.*' \\Yst Indian Court of Apfml tl Itt % %  >-• asttli ban was begun in the Court of Common Pleas before His Honour Chief Judge, Sir Allan CoUyinon gad i Special Jur> : lav. The action was brought in the Court of Common Pleas by Arden U :ill %  1'lifford Skinii in Kelirin.iv Ust year claimng damages for injuries receive.! ti his knee cap as the result of i alUatotl I HoB Road. St $15,000 Will Be Asked For Wesley Hall To-day BOTH house* ol the Legislature will meet to-day. One of the ReeoJutions which the Legislative Council will be asked to concur In. is for the provision of $13,000 to effect repairs to Wesley Hall Junior School. H.E. Visited 3 Elementary Schools Ye&terikty MT TABOR MIXED SCHOOL, ittuajed In Si. John on a hill 730 feet above sea level is houaad ui two. iiry I with the church in the centre. One building, the n tl houses the infants and seniors, while the other II occupied by the juniors. T WO BICYCLES | missing over the Another Itesolution is to approve the allocation of the balance of the stabilisation fund fixed on the 21st of September, 1950, by the Governor-In-Executive Committee on the advice of the Fancy Molasses Control and Marketina Eoard Ruder UM provisions of -ection 10 of the Barbados Fancy Molasses Production and Export Act. 1937. Among* other matters the Council are expected to deal with are Hill to provide for the Importation Into the Island free of duty for a period of one year, goods marie from Sea Island Cotton. Bill to provide for the Management, Control and Supervision of the Sea well Airport. Bill to authorise the Highway Commissioners of Christ Church to increase Ihe travelling allowance payable to their Inspector of ttignnji lull to authorise the Highway M t Commissioners of Christ Church AI1EL1N LA1NL of Stiver to pa, „ gravity to James Hart Hill. Christ Church, reported ; and Albert Beckles out of lltghthat her house was broken and j ways funds; and a Bill to authorentered last week and $51. Wi in hw lhc V cstry of the parish ol cash Uken. Snmt i> hmp ,„ ralM a lojm no| C I.AKKNCF KNIGHT. f W.lcux 7*^5,* f 5 '^ to repair the Christ Church, fell mm .h, I WL< HP*' Chapels and ParoTHK IIOBII < 1NEMA gave I private show ;i ; the L..-arv;ti. yesterday. Tonight al 8 o'clock a show will be given on % %  School grounds at St. Lucy. This Is for the benefit of re-.uu nts 4 the St. Lucy's Church area. were reported .he week-end. One is owned by Chester Walters of Lodge Road, Christ Church, and the other by R. D Dear of Roebuck Street Dear's is valued $40.00 and Walters' $35 00. The former was removed from a pavement in Broad Street. fXUVEK GRIFFITH, alias "Joe V^Lord". of Mansion Roud. Bush Hall, is at present held by the Police in connection with the dynamiting at Bush Hall early on Saturday morning. Christ Church, fell into the gully at Bridge Road on Saturnv and injured his head Knight was riding a bicycle along Hrnl*. Road towards Welches Road. The front wheel struck the left side of the bridge and Knight went over into the gully. /GOODWILL C. C. met Belmont rhial Buildings In ihe I A laid parish. House To-day In ;he House. Mr Adams is expected to move the second reading of a Bill to provide for the Es-oblishment of a Corporation) 183B' whereas" th< to be known ns the Natural Gas' with 176. was built This is one of the three schools which the Governor accompanied by the Assistant Director of Education visited yesterdav. the other two being St Augustine's Girls" and Boys'. The Advocate also visited these schools yesterday and at Mt. Tabor round all the classes hard at work with their particular subjects. Class 7 mctry. classes five and six scripture, while a group of gifts from class flve were doing domestic science. In the Infant school adjoining the main building, the childi were doing reading and witting. while in the Junior School, the children were engaged in geo graphy, arithmetic and reading. Handicraft In the main building, there were many articles of handicraft including needle work, knitting. socks, baskets. Jumpers and baby coats which were all made by the girls of classes five, six and seven. The Governor after inspecting the classes and chatting briefly with the teachers and goon <'f the pupils, stopped to have a look at the handcraft work and showed great interest especially with a Jumper made by one of the girls A. Graham who was headteacher of the school from 1944 said that when he was first appointed, he was In charge ol the boys' school only which had atx ul 180 on the roll. When the schools wan mixed in 194B there wero 350 and since then the number! hail increased to 426. 21ft boys and 211 girls with a staff of eight assistant*, live males and three females. The main school which occupies 350 pupils was built 1 was doing writing and spelling aiM the other two were doing ait fcji;.liMi lesson on Shakespeare's Hamlet which im at the Globe 1;. I In the nutrition Qswaxtrneot Mrs. Edwards was preparing I of powdered milk and the afternoon meal ,e I'l.. \ I this department were oudt by UM boys in the workshop. Thes the roll, but only present yesterday. About half a mile (M Augustine's Hoys' School. i a the "l which is In quiet surroundings away from the road. It Is a compart building with 214 pupils on the roll V there were only 164 children present The Acting headmistress Is Mrs I V tnohoUl and iUi h*l f'ui issistsnts cope with the care of the children from 9 a.in until 3 Yesterday. Uie Infanta were having a conversation lesson after which they did fretactivity Class did physic.ti training and arithmetic, class two reading and arithmetic while the seniors did "Geologist" Brings Horses I \ I horses came to Barifcades rday evening by the llarii i.inii O aologtai ; Burns. Doldrum. Aberfnrd. High and Low and Demure Hums, a six-year-old stallion. has been imported for breeding Iis .mlikelv that it wOl tin. II. r. Ii is at the Hon. J. D Ch.ndler's Stud farm at T.KMI Si John. The tWe-yW-oUI Clieslnut Filly "Doldrum'' In-Utnga lo Ml Norman [nnlaf H will l>r trainad bj Iha Rot V C <;.i.-. M I.IV AJtertOrd <' b :. Cbaatnut Filly. i the consolation horses to lie drawn for. during the November Sweeps The other horse, Demunhai COBM down for Mr S A Wnlcotl. Demure was a winner In Ireland bctw 1. II Antigua Fund Tha Advocate Co., Ltd. S estet day forwarded to the olomal Secretary. Antigua S1302 collected by the Manager of Seawell Airport for the Advocate Hurricane Relief Fund. coDhsssn HTM I of the collisuf Pickerings He Is now V.V-V I^Jln a B.C.L. game nt Belmonl Corporation, for the functions and on Saturday Inst and won by one duties of the Corporation, for the run and one wiclset Bel mem acquisition by or transfer to it of batted first and knocked up 13B. I undertakings, rights and property McCarthy scored 57 and Springer and lo make compensation thcre32. Goodwill repUed with 144, L St. Hill 47 and B Downc* 24 Bowling for Belmont McCarthy took six for SI and Springer thr-o for for and for purpose* connected with the matters First item on the Order Papvi to be dealt with, is the Bill to provide for the regulation of Public In their second innings Belmont j Utilities knocked up 67 and Goodwill made The BUI was read a second time 03 for nine wickets to win the' „n August 22 and referred to a match Goodwill is at present I Select .Committee, heading the table with 31 point r A CRICKET MATCH played between Tourists C C. and Sussex C. C. which concluded < n Sunday, Tourists won by an innings and 162 runs. Sussex won tha toss and elected to bat. They scored only 95 runs of which L. Brathwaite made 36 not out. For Tourista L. F. Harris took seven wickets for 3? runs In Just over 11 overs. Tourists in their first innings knocked up 289 for the loss of nine wickets before declaring. W. Greenidge made 59, It Hutchinson 30. H. Scalv 42 and' F Hutchlnion 49 j Mr. Garner is also expected to In their second innings Sussex | move the passing of an Address could not stand up to the bowling; iclating to the teaching of Negro attack of L F. Harris and R I History in Schools. Hutchuison They were all bowled I „ „ , ,. out for 32 run/ Harris took six I Mf Brancker may also move the for 11 and Hutchinson three for I lm£ ft an Address requestir Dr. Cummins may move the House into Committee on the Bill to amend the law i elating to persons of unsound mind and for purposes connected therewith The House may resume the debate on the second reading of a Bill to amend the Dog License Act. 1002. Under "Private Members Business", Mr. Miller is expected to move the passing of an Address to the Governor relating to Tuberculosis Mr. 11. 'stabllshment of ninal appeal a Court of law been days, many made to the junior In 1875. Since additions had tchools. school! ni-tinent in %  daily milk an are prepared for the children Lunch time ..; St. Augustine's Girls' is a rather dull period compared with other whools In the lly. Most of the child %  lhc premises for their lunch and ily about two dozen remain. The luncheon |*rlod is from 12 12.30 a bell es ttM -hiH B.W.L Govts. Name Curacao Delegates PORT-OF-SPAIN. British Guiana. British Honduras, Jamaica, the Leeward Islands. and the Windward Islands have appointed dallggttsl u> the fourth West Indian Conference in Curacao. They are as follows: BRrrtati "i IANA oi a M onI I Dr. O II Juan. bUi rirclr.1 I -. iiiiw ( uuni 11 IIIII'IISII IIUNUUIIAHll,.n. H C fillIn *m lion j A anum. tiwth M !" IW ul ihr LrgudnUv* Council i AMAICA-lion L C BitHunArkt lvl lion A M W IhoWU*. iboth Mmi,ben In it> Ho.il* of RtprnmUllifi.* *" • >nd K K .i %  1 Aulitant Mvcivtary and Mr bt, A.tin* Director ot AaiHuitiirr. an .-wit.i % %  .,iviH.r. (AHD ISUAMIS M.... S T Italian. OBI Flr.1 Klrtlrd Mnulwr >• Aimiu. or U*nral Iraulmlltr ouncil. owl lion M H ll... Firm CkrctM Ut-mlkFr (or SI Kill. KM*, ol <.. %  -,„ hoOilKT Cwtnrll wiNiiuMti) iiuurna iion j. a. lianfaSar, klninl Mrmbar ol •m | r (iil.'..v. looncil nd ih H.m A < lloahra 'St Vimrim Noim•led Mrmbrr ol Ihv L*l>laUv> CouncU, Mi M %  % %  irultural What's On Today Meeting of LeiisUUve Couui il at 2.00 p m. M> Mm,, of House ol Assembly at 2.00 i) in Meeting. Hoard ol Management. Barbados Crtckrt \ -,i.iii. .II Kriutngtoa at 4.IS pm. Mobile Cinema. Parry School Pasture at 1.3a a.m. i.iey have another half hour to go. Writing in the Visitors' Book, the Governor stated that he had c .joyed his first visit to the choo| -| noticed a happy atmosphere i pita •* 'he cramped accommodation. WE MEASURE THE INGREDIENTS EVERY LOAF J & ENRICHED That's why you enjoy consistent quality at all times CITRON PEEL pai lb CUT MllKli PEEL I'd lb ** SULTANAS pat %  > GUM i I !" PRUNES !" CORNATI'iN WINK per pint *) < (H KADK HUM pel pud ...... rALKRNUM—per pint • %  %  -* 0 BUSH'S ESEENCEi | per Hot. .28 VANILLA. STRAWBERRY. ORANGE. ROSE. 1 ALMOND. PEPPERMINT, COCO-NUT. CHERRY, PINEAPPLE, HASPBKHRY CANADIAN LFMON 1 iENCI -root.... rcma SUOAJt—fwr pkg &f Mivs/ii SCmWT A &%B LTD. !#*/ \ t'itOIH 0 i S I Di November 7. 1W7 Cuke at the tun um ".taugtafjai Plantation, St Lui. manager of Bulkclev* Dairies. St George Skinner is manager' CaUaton Plajstattatv In Iha Court of Common PleaN last year the jury awarded Cuke c I .son general damages and ft 3 7. apeclal damage* Skinner appealed to the West Indian Court ii Api-iii who aant the CMbach for le-trlal Mi P> H. L Ward U appr..ring for Cuke inslmcted hv Me>rHuti %  hlnson L Banfleld. srhlkl Skinner is represented by Mr. W. W Reeec. KC. instructed b\ Mrun Carrington & Sealy KvidenciM'sterdaa apt pwu b) l)i (ierald Manning, by Cuke Sargcant Bancroft. Aubrey D F.nmitn and Skinner Knrllu-i hearlni: M UM ease is set down for to-day Th< i>l,iintiiT Cuke is alleging Unit Skinnet go ncglisently managed and drove his car that hr came into clllsion with his car. Particulars of negligence were that Skinner did not keep on hileft and proper side, that he failed to apply his brakes to stor the car In-fore it ...Hided with Cuke v. m d that lie failed lo keep a proper look-out The paraona] injuries Cukr complained of was the breaking ..f his light knee ,>ii .md ..Ihei I minor cuts and bruises Special damagsa were claimed for medical expenses. The defence d.mes In the Brat place that Skinner was guilty of the negligence complained of, or of any negligence at all, that the alleged Injury or any Injury wan caused by any of the acts or matter complained of. and that If the pi a in tin* sutTered any injury U alleged that the plaintiff war guilty of contributory negligent and would nnd could by the cxerrigg of ordinary case and discretion have avoided the accident Both counsels outlined their case to the jury yesterday, explaining such terms contributor/' negligence, agony of collision, etc I PURINA mows For 1'tnilirft mntl I i <•.<-* "SH THE DIFFHKNCl PURINA MAKES" V.f.V.V.V.VAV.Va% MI-SSRS. P.O SOI I < RYDBM \ si.ss BAMAOOO, LTD., BOX . IIKIDUBTOWN, RAHBADOS 'XOTTQ/Vf fABMl c A lovely prinlcd Collon Cambric in pretty pattcrnn Mlfllll for making dainty chopping drrasM. Guaranteed baM colours. a Inches wide per yrd 86^ CAVE SHEPHERD Co., Ltd 10, 11, 12, & 13 Broad Street V*.#V i i i/ \m MI • .. here I MEXTV get ^ama: 'IA At.. 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