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The Barbados advocate
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Wednesday.
October 18

19350



HOUSE NATIONALIZES NATURAL GAS |

British Air Liner|_-
Crashes; 28 Killed

LONDON, Oci. 17. |

"TWENTY-THREE passengers and five of the
crew were killed. when a British airliner’
crashed at Mill Hill in the northern -suburbs of

London today. Only one adult on board survived.
An infant was among the pscververs kil'ed. The plare,
a British European Airways Dak~*> came down in North
: London after leaving London for (j/esgow. ‘
The survivor was rushed to hosp'tc!. It was net known
whether he was a member of the crew or a passenger



in . The plane caught fire in the

Wisdom Of air, hit a roof top, ploughed

‘ i through wall and landed in a
C.D. & W. Schemes |*:

An ec witness said t

i at as the
plane
|

flew over the house, one

Questioned

wing came off and ‘struck the
house.
(From Our Own, Correspondent) The plane crashed across a!

LONDON, Oct. 17. | RatTow road. ee
The Colonial Welfare and De-}_,4 !#rge open space adjoins the
velopment schemes in the West] Steet rs ssc: en ree he
inden are being purnuctvigar=| ager fivme tough, ath

ously, but not necessarily wisely. | Pen; 8 ‘c j neat, tandi
It is a debatable point whether oo 2 Soak , wren - Ing. |
in 20 years irom now there will ‘oat ite”: aitsakaet Cele re
eae ee ee nowy scheduled time and shortly after-
being spent. Scholarships for wards, a radio message was re-

ceived saying that one engine was
boys and girls to enable them to cut of order and vhat the pilot}

go to Secondary Schools and], avi the base. s
similar educational schemes are all Non ae Ape ee ae . ves

to the good; but they dofnot get] ceived.

to the roots of social problems of An eye witness said: “No

the islands.

: s one could get near the plane, it ‘.
; These allegations are contained | was burning so fiercely. But I aun ry
in a letter to the Manchester | undersiand some passengers
























Guardian this morning from] mus: have been thrown out be-
Imelda Peter of Dominica who} cause some bodies were taken
Says “If the welfare scheme hopes | away.”

to achieve any measure of real
success it would be wiser to begin
from the beginning and give first
claim to the little children and

Eight of the 23 passengers
were women. The sole survivor
was the plane’s steward.

—Reuter.

Lowe's Laundry at the corner |
of Chapman Street and Baxters |
Road was completely destroyed by |

















FIREMEN are shown concentrating water on the roof of



THE FIRE BAGES

Lowe's Laundry which was completely des
troyed by fire yesterday evening. These firemen are ettacking the flamessrom Chapman Street.

Burnt Out U.N : Troops Close In

On Pyongyang
























| Mottley Defeated In



}

Revolt
In Egypt
Expected

CAIRO, Oct,
Egyp.'s Oppos tion parties
warned King Farouk in a joint
s atement today that the public’s
patience had come to an end and
they feared resional revolt,
‘We are afraid a revolt will
| take place in the country wh.ci
will not only destroy those whr
ere unjust, but will leave’ the
country in a State of financial
'moral and political bankruptcy”
they added
Their petition, submitted to the

17.

palace for presentation vo the
King upon his return from. his
European holiday declated: “Cir-
cumstances have placed in the
palace certain officials who ‘ic
not deserve that honcur These

ill advise and mishandle ma‘ter:
| “Some of them have even come

j}under suspicion—which is being
| investigated—that they are im-
in the arms seandal

affecting our valiant army
The belief prevails that justice
|will be incapable of touching
| these officials just the belief
has prevailed since the issuing of
the Royal decrees that Parliamen-
tary Government has become
| merely something on paper
| “World press describing

| plicated

as

us
es a public whieh bears injustice



* Motion ‘For Postponement

‘THE HOUSE OF ASSEMBLY yesterday passed
a Bill to provide for tle establishment of a

Natural Gas

Corporation.

The Bill was passed

after a motion by Mr. E. D. Mottley (BE) to post

pone the second reading for a week, and another
motion by Mr. J. H. Wilkinson to refer the Bill
to a Select Gommittee were defeated by ten votes

tex

to six. ae

Voting for Mr. Mottley’s motion were; *Mry Mottley
himself, Mr, L. E. R. Gill, Mr. Fred Goddard, Mr. W. W.
Reece, Mr, J. H. Wilkinson and Mr. L. E. Ward.

Those who voted against it were, Mr. 1
Mr, O. T. Allder, Mr. F. E.

T. O, Bryan, Mr. M. E.
G. H. Adams, Dr. H.. G
Brancker.

U.S. Bombers 'To
Help French

SAIGON,

United Siates light bomber
may be flown from Korea
Indo-China within the next
days to help French forces hoid
the northern border against
Vielminh insurgents according t«

Oct, 17,

French sources here to-day.
They would act as a stopgap
invil the «arrival of Amerigan

inilitary aid promised this week
in Washington,

The French air = force
Indo-China had enough
trained by Americans in World
War two to fly bombers im-
mediately French sources added

in
pilots

A French mission headed by
Jean Letourneau Minister for

the Associated Svates and Gener)





FE, Smith,
Miller, Mr. R. G, Mapp, Mr
Cox, Mr. F.. L. Waleoti, Mr
Cummins and Mr. J. E. T

Mr introduced

that

Adams who
j the Bill told the House
Government had taken the
{to put the industry under public
ownership beeause negotiations
betwé@en the Government and Bar
| bados Union Oil Company had
not been successful

The last straw that had broken

the
siep

t °| the camel’s back, said Mr. Adams
en

was the proposal by the company
that they alone should have the
ivht to cell gas within three and



a half miles of the pipeline from
Turner’s Hall Wood to the Belle
as long as the license lasted—
20 years

Mr. E. D. Mottley led off the
speeches for the Opposition say-
ing that the Government should
inform members why the negotia-
tions with the Company had not

been successful. His view was
also, that members should have
more time to study the implica-

tions of the Bill
This view was supported by Mr
















































fire shortly after 4 y k yes-~ ary stre Vilki ard ¢ f
homes they come from.” terday enna. pa yg e p silently and says we do not know Alphonse Juin, , military strale- eet eee = ae B sd
Peter states that in laying the ; were injured in the fire and are | k ight Expected In 36 Hours | SARE We Bee Pete MAPCAs 8nd wed a eae a oe ler.{ to consider the Bill. It was an
foundation for a better West In- S . Offi ial now detained at the General Hos- | driven like animals study the situavion = ne RE SAAL important measttte, they @aid, and
dies the chief object to have in ‘2 yrial 1e1ais pital. | Other points made were with t ommunist China wher its ramifications were wide
mind is the future of the Carib- s They were 26-year-old Jeanetta | (By JULIAN BATES) | “The country remembers the] ‘he French were withdrawin., ; :
bean race morally, socially and Arrested Chapman of Black Rock and 21- | TOKYO, October 17. happy days when your Majesty | umder pressure, from their fourth} ‘The objects and reasons of the
economically, Because many of year-old Mignon Johnson of Halls} WITH U od Nati ] catty *. i {was an honest and a geod shep- | *tronghold Langson 80 miles from] Rill explain that the Petroleum
the early inhabitants of the DAMASCUS, Oct. 17 | Road, both washers, and 2l-year- nited Nations troops relentlessly closing in, the} per. Hanoi the Tonkin capital, Act, 1950 vested the property of
iataritis Were. slaves. and as-such |! Syrian. militery. police. lestiela ‘ein’ Lowe “or Yores tard, battle for Pyongyang, the North Korean capital, was tonight| “The present Government be- They will oe a army natural ges in. the ‘Governa®- th
not permitted to marry, there|night arrested former Syrian De-| Black Rock, son of the manager.| ¢Xpected to start within 36 hours. termes ‘with palace oMcicts ‘sect | and. report, back to the French | ed for the granting of licences and
are today more than 80 per cent,|fence Minister Ahmad Charabati} The Fire Brigade were sum-| British Commonwealth troops today took the lead from the 7g ish Mhelr, beatin they | Snuinee” They are also expected | lenses to search for, win and dis-
of the British Caribbean popula-|and other Government employees} moned to the fire at 440 p.m./ Americans in the race on Pyongyang from the south. AWOL and hide thei evil vutenc < to help General Marcel Carpentier,| pose of natural gas. Prior to this
tion with no re home life,|and civilians. d-They turned out under Capt, Grant c . a | power and hide their evil actions. © help G H ‘ Pp yh sated iin thy
The majority 7 nag of ai Among .those. arrested were] Assistant Superintendent of the| uns blazing, they charged Communist defence positions Reuter, |lecal Commander in Chief te paiueel gas eee cones: me
' 7 j 5 jeal decisions in the] 14 nd ? s
Chrietian ui rats “ax jee Towel ~ Egyptia igade. ‘ on foot to.enter the -key .readsend. rail. centre of Sariwon make strategica ; er : :
out of aS and SON up— ee wanted e Esyptian they arrived on the scene| ©35 miles south of the capital. Mywutened, ‘eee where well Qi, Comogny F aenltad Meld Joneses
without any knowledge of family | Police on the charge of murder-/flames were shooting from win- r To the’northeast, lightly equipp- West Germans aan % as ber at. least] Mineral rights at Turner’s Hall
life in the European sense of the|"& _ former. Egyptian Finance | dows and doors of the building and N N : I d * ed South Korean troops raced up ; +i ead ann Means re ast Stantation in Mt. Andrew. from
word. Minister Amin Osman Pasha in |surrounding buildings were in dan- oO ew ht ustries to Sangwon 21 miles east of the Hate British ov, ‘ i which a supply of natural gas was
Binding Ties Cairo in September 1946. ger. They erected three stand EF N ti nali hic city | : i obtained
; : posts and used 1,200 feet of hose. or atio ation Further north South Korear| The Company has distributed
The people of Britain have a/ Hussein Tewfik son of a well- Pick axes and fire hooks were troops sweeping across the penin- More Than Jews WASHBROOK JOINS natural gas so recovered to cer-
firm foundation of binding ties,);nown Government official | 1 : M.C.C. ai blic institutions « h
D employed to pull down the rool} Ex ected ;sula from the captured port of w ; , WL. tain public institutions and to the
traditions and social structures," escaped from Cairo police a cf the building and shift. boxes | Wonsan were reported to have} jo, ve GERMANY, Oct. 17. LONDON, Oct, 17 Rarbados Gas Company for sup-
the writer points out. The aod month before being sentenced im} jy ciqe. | FROM SOCIALIST GOVT, | reached about 43 air miles from| Jews are the least hated peop'e} Cyri1 Washbrook, the England| plying private consumers. ~The
ple of the Caribbean have next! absentia to ten years hard labour Thi gine ith thm north and @ eV i+ l the capital hens troops. were}. West Germany according to al ang’ Lancashire opening batsman,| Government and the Company
jo none, These are voids which! for murder, : Hoke shove chaitnt Nenana chia (From Our Own Corresp yndent) | | expected Kom 76 Sit: we Sages dae! public opinion poll carried out left London airport to-day to join negotiated for the issue of a long-
Colonial Welfare and Develop-) It was rumoured that General had. to be concentrate i on these| amin enn LONDON, Oct. 17. lrdad) and «rail. system feedings": the M.C.C. team in Australia, | term licence or lease to the Com
ment could help to fill by encour-| Abdulla Ateh, Defence Minister | °° °° . cone se a. Nadi _ The Social Government are not Pyoi mb sc + en tka rth “| Out of 2,500 Germans ques- Washbrook did fiot sail with the| Pany for the purpose of winning
aging the formation of regular) during the six month military to stop the fire FORD. SEX9AY eT expected to list any new industries | *Briti Nab a caraidarey ahi troops | Woned by an unofficial body only team a'ready playing in Austra- and distributing the gas from the
homes by every means in its}regime of Husni Zaim was also Firemen also had to rip up ga | tor nationalisation when the next} aenens ng the 7 Sh orlean | ene per cent, admitted hating} jj, jast month because he had wells 19 and 20 situated at Turn-
power and by taking the children arrested to-day. vanise sheets from the roofs of| session of Parliament. opens in al a eae " aha aol time began | Jews: sini naan alisiva: to peti in | cr's Hall, in lieu of cash compen-
of these regular homes in their] Colonel Zaim was ousted from a SP eke, Betoun’ in. | Lortnight's time. This means that] {noir 95 mile advance to Sariwon| The question was asked: “Do| pngland, He received permission sation in respect of the property
formative years and having them} power and shot dead in a military |. : ‘ et get v Tice ; Seiad | Sugar will continue to be a private] 5+ dawn today }you feel hatred towards another|;, travel later by air.—Reuter. @ On Page 5
trained in specia] schools. court in 1949. jured, bu was Silently Sruise=. | enterprise, But it is anticipated| ~ iva miles fro he town they | people?” 25 per cent. said they
“There would be at least ong| Arms and ammunition were |When they returned to the Fire}that there will be a renewed] ,,.2¥° miles from the town they | 47)
‘ Jand,” ted found in the h Station their clothes were soaked!) romise by Pz re _ | were held up by 300 to 400 Com-} ‘ ; : N |
euch achool in’ every island,”|} reported found in the house of @ he | at Aeorched the |picimise by Party legders to take| munists dug into positions in an} _ Of these four per cent, disliked! First Zoo For Naples TELL THE ADVOCATE
Peter continues, “with 100 acres}Government employee arrested and the heat had Sscorchec _ Re) over the water supplies coupled orchard. For more than two hours|4mericans, five per cent Britisn NAPLES, Oct. 17. yicaietig de vey og eee
or more attached. There: are] to-day. The Syri2n leader Doctor |hair from the hands of a few. | with a declaration tat ine policy| thay battled a Bleay a Way “land French and 50 per cent,| Naples this month will open its TH" NEWS
schools in Britain which can be} Ameen Rouayha was also arrest- Up to late last night a large of nationalisation wil: be con- 7 Russians—Reuter. first zoo stocked with lions, tigers Ring 3118 Day or Night.
taken as models. There are teach-| ed.—Reuter. crowd still surrounded the burnt) tinued as and when circumstances a paren — leopards and hyaenas given by THE ADVOCATE
t out building ete Tt Mate Reds Fice. ; = wf ATE
ers in Britain er Re pene ut b wie BI 6 pore further indication, that Then the Argyll and Sunderlend MCC B. t C It European and American zoos PAYS FOR NEWS
to mould and guide the minds, A azer Gone the industry is not yet totall¥P er ony. Se ARS | ety sea yi ea OWt8\ The zoo will be a permanent Trae ee
hearts and hands of these little P . ‘Pe Among those suffering the loss free from the threat of take over. | oe ers oe, : 13, ri ce ; reeves feature.—Reuter.
ones and train them in the English Top riority For of clothing in the Lowe's Laundry Although Parliament reassembled} froth, as hip tance ; “i at PERTH, Oct, 17 ett
way of life—which is the British : Me 3 fire. is Mr Clyde Walcott, West today, the Government are likely! and fled lito the hill The MCC. tourists gained
West Indian ideal.” Anti-CommunistBill | 2°" sHieweter. just hack fromito be free from ary serious|~ South Koreahs at Sengwon —|thsir first victory of ths
If Colonial Welfare and Devel- eee wen y ag A ie challenge by Mr. Churchill andj the nearest United Nations troops | to-day when they beat
opment were operated along ee CANBERRA, Oct. 17, ioked Raehaly his tee ward Tories for a fortnight | to the capital—also have a clear! “.ustralian Colts by an inn
lines, then in 20 reo eee ee The Labour dominated Austru-| robe, including his W.I. blazer |, But whoa the new session opens} run ahead of them rd 149 runs, es ;
be something of asting w lian Senate which has _ been to the laundry | there is likely to be danger in thei There was no sign of strong Declaring their first innings oralio
show for the ay and Ne aribent fighting a delaying action on the ns debate on the address in reply to| organised resistance to-day and |closed a’ the lunch total o 369
being spent in the new Carib Government’s Anti-Communist _— ——- the King’s speech The contents| observers here thought the battle | for four wickets—a lead of 266
race. Bill today agreed to let the Bil e |.f this speech are being decided for Pyongyang would not be long | the ourise left the'r i VISCOUNT NELSON
have top priority. The Governing Persia Doubles \this week by the Cabinet Geleres : Body of the Australian Labour y : : general/ view is that the m tne east coast the South |battng but before iat ator Oo ie] to
DR. MASSIAH PRESIDES party yesterday withdrew all Custom Duties Government will go {o the coun- Korean advance continued Ajlexpired they had dismissed reator of ndv tradition
opposi‘ion to the passage of the try in Spring, rather before the spamesman mere Bal. this veer | Cole for 117. maker of history
OVER LEG. CO. Bill. TEHERAN, Oct. 71. |Didget than after. If this is the} ROW that thede ee ae Peels |. Denis Comp'on alter a spark }
: Prime Minister Robert Menzies| Persia to-day doubled custom: | ‘ then’ another February clec-| Shung the road. and rail centre {m8 innings of 76 bowled bril- \
The Hon. Dr. H. G. Massiah| announced at a press conference| duties on all’ imports from 2) | ‘!0r !® likely about’ seven miles south of the |Jlantly to take four ef the las
yesterday presided over the meet-|that the Bill which outlaws the | countries whicn restric’ or bo! oe the major business be-| gon parallel ; = | wickets of the Colts for ol)
~~ St Sue a bee en asks Communist party would be put| Persian goods. A special au ee wieaaer’ ‘4 ‘ Ta wire er British Commonwealth troops ht fist oe i es oe
is $ first time i iS | j 7 » de as Y ce ad valorem duty \ oe} be t sday’s debate on the re- ho entere Sariwo aad . ired hurt when 79 and Jon
aoe of cee. heat om pe Aoay seed id glngp Ae: he ~4 it has fon ee be Me om aus ih it : | port of the Colonial Develo, meni| who entered Sariwon had untill | ees obit a8 ile batted wall
cillor that Dr. Massiah has acted , 4 Customs duties the Government | Corporation ’ @ On page 8 or the M.C.C.—-Reuter
as President of the Council, Senator N. FE. McKenna Deputy | snnounced..+ a aD aT Te he enn anspor
The Hon, J, D. Chandler is ouc| Leader of the opposition’explained |" ‘Traders here expert che few ;
oi iad ah Ma eel Ke Seat Ra ae | meme ee SH” SCQUTH ~=KOREANS PREPARE FOR
Challenor, who is Acting Presi-| attitude followed instructions from | with the United States which i ’
dent, could not attend yesterday’s| the Labour Party’s Executive, not one of the coun. 2s liabie

meeting.

,



BEGINNING OF

by

Yesterday morning at Seawell,

Reuter.

THE

to doubled rates.—Reuter,

END






shortly after 7.30 o’clock work on the cutting of the old runway began

Picture shows a B.G. Airways ‘plane taking off from the new runway, which is in the far background
In the foreground is a “Carryall,” which has just dumped its load of rock on the rock pile in the right

foreground.

The two men â„¢ the left of the picture are walking across the CUT.





President









POLITICAL BATTLE

17

syngman Rhee’s men

SEOUL, Oct.












of the North Korean people or to
tell how they react .to United










‘re putting on velvet gloves for Nations control and to subseque!
the next phase of the Korean authority of a treely elected Gov
Campnigr the political change- ernment ;
er I Most believé it is certain thet
rhe ‘ations has erdered Cemmunist elements will continue
G ay below the ‘o oppose a change i pegime and
$3°h perauiel, | uth Kerea support for. thom will de rend
ty a: operating in pertly on the policy lopted to-
the north through such wards several fundementa! issue
nts of s ate as th array, Polk
I ther officis One is the land redistributien
Six South Korean divisions are carried out b the Communi
reco dy in Neri Korea and Government. Though he Com
bservers believe it will take more munists largely nuilified the
jthan the United Nations vesslu- adwantages of this legislation by
on to move them heavy requisition of produce arj
There is now a direct conflict takings there might be serio:
between Syngman Rhee ond the trouble—particularly from farmer
United Nations which want to —if an atternpt was made to undo
up an international hority in this law
the north pending free elections Another issue is t tus
hrouchout the countr women. In the north they have
But some” observe eve received full eaualit with me:
South Koreans mig be prepared in fact as well as in Wome
to drop t i Oppcition to this 1 the sowh have not yet achieved
plan if South Korean armed forees position
ormed a large propertion of t Reports from the north say
Inited ons © t fst men in their twenties and
nder General MacAr hur hirties have particujarly apprec
Infou 1 quarters co ted their elevation from servility
ditions in the north v ! 5 retrocressi action
suitable for free electi would be courting trouble frora
than nine months this powerful women’s bloc in the
In the meantime uc elector
picture obscure B ere are de te that
It -~ t le Ss der
i k reful
1








magnanimous and enlightened in
their treatment of Nor'herners
realise they can
nothing by bitter reprisals
tary officers and civil
are coing what they can to pre

They achieve

ent olated cases of revenge on
Ce 1unist captives and a num-
t of offenders have been
pe hed

Scuin Korean soldiers have
been instructed to maintain the

bighest conduct towards the North

Korean people and by and large i] Sf 5 :
these instructions have been i be: 2 OY
obeyed % ‘ae

There have been no wild Me lo Cradition,
orgies of pillage and murder in



towns so far captured In some!
places soldiers have been warmly] r
‘J-omed
No tendency among civil offi- |
ae — -— _-, 3

cals to i) -treat South Korean: |
uspected of collaboration ha

| ;
been detected | \
in Seoul, for example, authori- Bs
ties have rounded up only 500} , or
t . ee Y ea ‘
Iw $< pen

suspects” out of a population of
1,500,000




whict show a con- 4:

siderable measure of restraint tgaretles

But while the temper of peo- | af
ple in the North remains un-i “ a -
known, Republican officials claim BY
that the South remains strongly
Anti-Communist. They say North!
Korear gained very few sup-/

orter luring their three-month

Reuter





PAGE TWO



IS Excellency the, Governor
will visit the -Belle Pumping
Station this morning at 9 o'clock

Old Harrisonian Society

HE reorganization of the Old
Harrisonian Society will bx
fully discussed on Tuesday 24th

October at 4.456 p.m. and the
Headmaster of Harrison College,
Mr. J. C. Hammond has invited
all Old Boys of the College to
attend a meeting which will be
held in the School Hall

Family Re-union

R. MICHAEL LAMBERT, son

of Capt. and Mrs. W. Lam-
bert arrived from Grenada over
the week-end by B.W.I.A., to
spend a few weks' holiday with
his parents, His mother has just
returned from a visit to England.

Michael is with Barclays Bank,

and has been in Grenada for abcut
ten months.

Old Coins
FTER veadi Carib’s little
note yesterday about a George
IV shilling, Mr. Percy Hinds of
Belmont Road sent me in two old
coins to have a look at, he collects
them. They are a Queen Anne
florin dated 1708 and a William
TV half crown dated 1836. He also

has a few+;other George III
shillings. Both are in excellent
condition.
Here For Two Wecks
RRIVING from Trinidad on

Sunday afternoon by B.W.I.A.
was Miss Mona Prada, who has
come over to spend her annual
leave with Mr. and Mrs. A. deK
Frampten in Navy Gardens.

Miss Prada is with the Royal
Bank of Canada in Port-of-Spain.
She expects to be here for two
weeks.

To Assume New Job
AJOR MARTIN HICKS who
is a Private Secretary and

A.D.C. to His Excellency Mr. K
W. Blackburne C. M. G., Gover-
nor of the Leeward Islands. has
recently retired from the South
Lancashire Regiment in order to
essume this job. He has seen
25 years’ service in the army. He
has spent years in West Africa,
Faroe Islands, India and Burma.
He was last stationed in Trieste
on the edge of the Iron Curtain.
On Honeymoon
MAR. AND MRS. NEVILLE
FOSTER. who were married
in South Trinidad on Sunday. are
snending their honeymoon in Bar- *
barins, staving at the Crane Hotel. ,.

Mrs. Foster is the former,
Patricia O'Connor daughter of,
Mr. end Mrs. Brian O'Connor of;
Palo Seco. 7 NENT



cure

BARBADOS. ADVOCATE

Ep nnnnneeennen nr
e

SAVED AGAIN MORE



MR. and MRS. STANLEY NICCOLLS left yesterday by B.W.1.A.

on_a short visit to Jamaica.

Mr. Niccolls is B.W.1.A’s Station Officer at Seawell.

Flying Through The W.I.

R. AND MRS. STANLEY
NICCOLLS left by B.W.1.A
yesterday morning for Jamaica
They will also visit Trinidad and
Grenada, before returning to Bar-
bados on Wednesday October 25th
Mr. Niccolls is B.W.1,A’s
Station Officer at Seawell, and is
at present on two months’ holi-
day,

Formerly In Chili

ISS EILEEN BONNEY, Com-
anion Governess to Mrs
Wagkburne and children has been

living in Chili for the past fifteen

years. She hopes she will enjoy
the climate in the West Indies as
well as she did in Chili. She has
found Antigua very sticky this
past week with the temperature
around 88°.

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AXYDLBAAKR
is LONGFELLOW
One letter simply stands for another In this example A is used
for the three L's, X for the two O's, etc. Single letters, apos-
trophies, the length and formation of the words @re all hints.
Bach day the code letters are different.

A Cryptogram Quotation

LI TQUL QVIL YL
GYMA TI AKLJ Y T
Cryptoquote:

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To Be Married Shortly

M's BETTY McRAE who is
a Sister at the General Hos-

pital, left by B.W.I.A. yesterday
morning for Jamaica.

She is shortly to be married to
Mr. John Simmers who is with
Barclays Bank in Jamaica

Great Success
f

FPTER WEEKS and weeks of
A hard work, rushing all over
St. John’s, Antigua, selling tickets
and making arrangements for a
children’s Fancy Dress Party in
aid of St. John’s Day Nursery,
Mrs. MacDonald, wife of Colonial
Secretary P. D. MacDonald, suc-
ceeded in staging a very pretty
show on Thursday.

Mrs. MacDonald experienced a
fair measure of anxiety that the
party might be ‘Doomed’ right up
to the point of the parade. For,
as soon as the eighty odd children
were lined up on the grounds of
Government House, a dashing rain
drove everybody indoors, For an
hour Mrs. MacDonald must have
had visions of 31st August when
the hurricane smashed her plans
on that date to be followed by
two other postponements,

The third t was for
a very good reason all the same,
because it was decided to await
i atrival of the new Governor's
wife.

Mrs. Blaeckburne made her first
public appearance on this occa-
sion and very i pre-
sented the prizes. Her two child-
dren Martin ang Jean jeined in
the procession in costumes of an
Apache and a Green Acorn re-
spectively.

In the evening,
of Mrs, Blackburne accompanied
her to a dance at the ‘Happy Acre
Hotel’ in aid of the same cause,
and sponsored by Mrs. MacDonald

who deserves great credit for her!

first great social work in Antigua,



dinner guests] .

NEWCASTLE
Movie serial hero Captain
Marvel is the idol of the chil-
dren of Hebburn-on—Tyne, Cou:
ty Durham, and for nine Satu:
day mornings they cheered }:

daring exploits to the echo,’
Episode Nine had ended witi
Marvel in dire amd deadly je: |
~-as it must in all od movie
# Tials The )oungs| of Yei.-
burn eagerly tiacked to the an

movbe theatre to see Episod
Ten, and relieve their week-
long agony of suspense.

But in the ineantime the movie
theatre had been burned down.
Then came the tears. The young-
sers would never know what
had occurred and the gallant
captain was ir such a spot.

Just as the youngsters w er c
preparing vo leave for the
homes Maurice Dawe, owner of
the burned cinemas, appeared on
the scene.

He was the one man who knew
what really happened to Marvel
Patiently Dawe explained how
the captain escaped death. ‘The
tears were ried and the sus-
pense was over. The children
returned happily homewards.
Their hero had been saved again

—LN.S.



Twenty-First Birthday —

ALVIN HILL son of Major

Gray’s Hill which is looking very

smart after the of ex-
tensive ove ee

banks were represented
among the woth ee as Alvin
is a clerk at Barclays Bank.

On Month's Holiday

R. EDWARD SMITH and his

daughter Iris arrived from
Trinidad yesterday morning by
B.W.1.A.. to spend a month's
heliday in Barbados They are
Staying at “Waverly” "1





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14. Another sort of stile. (5) |
16. Birds. (5)
i7. We ask to get awry. (5)
19. A male, your majesty ! (4)
21. Get through or by. (3)
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THIS IS NOT FOR THE OLD FOLKS

To the young men and women of this fair island home of yours. We
call it Barbados, you call it Little England. As we were saying to you
young folks—you are on the threshold of life—the one and only life on
this planet GOD has given you. What are you doing about life? That is
the $64.00 question. Are you living each day and improving pomaet
morally, socially, intellectually, ond Gnancialiy? Or are you
your life away? Are you keeping bad
you trying to live decently and i
your Country?

In other words are you a decent citizen or a potential “vagabond” or
“streetwalker”? search your eonscience—examine your life carefully to

this minute and see which category you belong. Answer Loom
don’t kid me because you will be ‘Lidding ourself. I was a yay

man, followed bad company and went to
ation with hardened Siminde I got out of Jail and went down a drain—
or sewer—and———?

But the time came and I fell in love with a beautiful girl and tried to
mend my ways, but it was too late s. Issey with my aa
“CRIME DOES NOT PAY” you will realize that when you see me as
“BAD MAN” in “THEY L BY NIGHT”. You ht not like the real

life role I portray—it’s tough—it’s rough—it’s a po: drama of love and
tears and heartbreak, but you will get a mew experience when you see
“THEY LIVE BY NIGHT” starting at

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Friday October 20th









WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 18, 1950



WEDNESDAY and THURSDAY 8.30 P.M.



Friday, Saturday, Sunday, 8.30 pan. M/Ainee Sunday 5 pm.
MONOGRAM'S EXCITING WESTERN THRILLER! -
“STAMPEDE” Rod CAMERON snd Johnny Mack BROW

WED).ESDAY and THURSDAY
5 and 8.30 P.M.
McDonald CAREY — Paulette GODDARD
“BRIDE eae,
“TORNADO
with Chester MORRIS — Nancy KELLY
Opening FRIDAY (New) “DAUGHTER OF ROSY O'GRADY”



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M.G.M’S Super Double

“Luxury Liner’?

Jane Powell, Xavier Cugat, George Brent

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

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.

His Excellency the Governor and Party will be attending
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 61,50; HOUSE $1.00;
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WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 18, 1950 —~



Tourist Sees
Barbados
BY PLANE

Mr. JOHN BOGART, who lives
in Venezuela aha is at present
holi@aying in®'Barvados, gave
several of his Barbadian friends
a Wery great thrill on Sunday
aftefnoon, when he took them up
fot a ride in his private plane
over the island.

Mr. Bogart arrived here over a
week ago with his wife and two
friends and they are holidaying
at the Paradise Beach Club.

He had to make about four
trips betore everyone had a ride,
and each time he flew almost a
complete circuit of the island. His
plane holds‘ Six passengers,

It was-a-beautiful afternoon for
flying. “Gree off the runway at
Seawell, the Crane Hotel could
eaSily be seen, and it seemed that
in no time at all, the ’plane passed
over the coral reefs off Sam Lord’s
Castle,

With the great quantity of rain
the island has been having, Bar-
bados is a lovely sight, looking
down on fields of dark green
sugar cane, fields of grass of a
lighter, more yellow shade of
green. The countryside is very
much like a patch-work quilt,
looking at it from the air.

From Sam Lord’s the plane went
over Ragged Point Lighthouse, and
across to Bathsheba in a matter
of seconds. By road such a
journey would have taken well
over half an hour.

Travelling down the Bathsheba
coast to Chalky Mount, Mr. Bogart
then took his passengers across
country over Farely Hill down
to the St. Peter coast. Following
the coastline to Holetown, the
plane passed high over the “Nina”
which is now anchored off the
Holetown Dockyards, then down
to the Paradise Beach Club, which
he cireled once, so that Mr. Ward’s
youngest daughter could see what
her home looked like from the

From there Bridgetown was
reached in a few moments and he
flew across Carlisle Bay, up the

| Hastings coastline and so back to

Seawell.

Mr. Bogart expects to leave

; Barbados in about a week’s time,

but it is understood, that he hopes

; to return here in December.



Barbadians
Back Home

TWENTY-FOUR Barbadians
returned home from Bermuda
oe by the R.F.A. “Gold

ey were:— J Carter, U.

Williams, C. Hunt, C. H. Broome,

A. King, O. Collins, F, Flatts, 1.
Burke, H. Bellamy, D. Austin, S.
Kempton, C. A, Sqbers, J. Hunte,
L. Straker, His Gooding, O
Al e, E. Hunte, StC. Boyce,
StC, _Griffiths, L. H.
H. Evanson, W.

S. 2s
They have been discharged fron:
the Admiralty Employ on account

. of the closing down of H.M. Dock

Yards there,

The “Gold Ranger” sailed out
yesterday afternoon for Trinidad,
It is expected to call again at
Barbados around the end of the
month.

Delegates Appointed
For W.I. Conference

Mr. L. E. Ward (E) and Mr.
F, L. Walcott (L), were yesterday
appointed, at a joint meeting ot
the Legislature, the two delegates
to represent Barbados at the

, fourth session of the West Indian
_. Conference.

This Conference will be held in
Curacao from November 27 to
December 8, 1950.

Both Houses of Legislature then
passed addresses to His Excellency

» the Governor telling of their de-

cision in this connection.













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A beauty treatment
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CARLISLE

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BARBADOS

AIR

This picture was taken by one of the passengers who went up with Mr. Bogart in his plane on Sunday.
It shows Carlisle Bay from the air with the Garris on Savannah in the foreground and Pelican Island in

the background,



Left ‘Wing
Wants To Kill
“Goose”

CAPT, G, C. LYLE, who re-
turned by air on Friday after a
five months visit to Britain, the
French Riviera and Eire, told the
Advocate yesterday that he had
enjoyed looking up old friends,
and his visit immensely.

When asked what he thought of
the present financial conditions
in Britain, and the prospects for
the revaluation of the pound
sterling, Capt. Lyle said, that
although the serious problems of
the dollar gap looked as if it was
well on the way to being solved,
due chiefly to American Stockpil-
ing, resulting in very large pur-
chases at high prices of rubber.
tin, etc., from the Dominions and
colonies, so bringing a greatly in-
creased supply of dollars to Brit-
ain, it was clear from the latest
figures that the gap had been
transferred from the dollar to the
sterling area so that the vital
necessity for increased production
of good quality manufactures at
competitive prices for, export still
remained, if we were to pay our
way and stand on our own feet.
Industry was finding it increas-
ingly difficult to carry this out
owing to increasing manufactur-
ing costs, due to demands for
higher wages, to meet the steadily
increasing cost of living and the
excessive taxation of industry.

The danger of further inflation
in Britain was real, as owing to
the big re-armament programme,
industry would find it difficult to
increase production sufficiently to
provide the armaments, enough
goods for
purchase the food ahd raw mate-
rials on which
Britain de; ds and goods for
home market, with the result that
in the home market, there wo
be the primary cause of inflation,
namely too much money chasing
too few goods,

As to the revaluation of the
pound, Capt. Lyle considered it
unlikely and undesirable under
present conditions, as the gold
reserve was not high enough, and
the doliar problem might recur,
when American Stockpiling was
reduced.

General Election

Coming

Capt. Lyle thought that a Gen-
eral Election could not be long
delayed, and that the result would
be close unless something occur-
red to sway the floating vote to
one side or the other. He said
that it. was clear from the
speeches at the recent yearly
meeting of the Labour Party, that
the Left Wing of the Party were
gaining ascendancy, and were
swaying the party towards limi-
tation of profits, a capital levy,

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Unauthorised
Motor Cyclists
To Pay For Ride

“THIS is a terrible thing to do
you might have killed people
while riding the motor cycle as
neither of you have a licence for
riding a motor bicycle,’ His
Worship Mr. E. A. McLeod told
Allan Pile of Cave Hill and Lionel
Barrow of Cleavedale Road, Black
Rock yesterday when he found
them guilty of riding a motor
cycle on Cave Hill Road witiioui
a licence and having the same
motor cycle in their possession

without the consent of the
owner.
For riding without a_ licence

they were both ordered to pay a
fine of £5 by instalments or in
default three months’ imprison-
ment and for using the motor
cycle without the owner's consent
each has to pay a 20/- fine.

The number of the motor cycle
is M-2538 a five horse power
Ariel and the owner is Clement
Nightingale a tally clerk of Bank
Hall. The motor cycle was badiy
damaged and compensation was
awarded in the sum of £12 both
defendants ordered to pay £6 each.

Nightingale said he left his
motor cycle M-2538 on the whart
and went off to a ship as he was
a tally clerk. When he returned
to shore he noticed that the motor
cycle was missing. He at once
went to the Central Police Station
and reported the matter, He
estimated that repairs to the
motor bicycle would cost well
over $100.





The Weather
TODAY
Sun Rises: 5.49 am. ;
Sun Sets: 5.42 p.m. 4
Moon (First Quarter) Octo-
ber 18. a

Lighting: 6.00 p.m. -
High Water: 10.42 a.m., 10.04

m.
YESTERDAY ‘

Rainfall (Codrington) .35 ins *
Total for month to Yester- a
day: 5.13 ins.

Temperature (Max) 84.5 °F. |/3 -

Temperature (Min) 75.5 °F.

Wind Direction (9 am) jy
N.NE. (3 p.m.) E.S.E.

Wind Velocity 8 miles per |,
our.

Boe ter (9 aim.) 20800 fF

..(3 pam.) 29.806

A

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ene oh eh instead of giving:
industry all the ‘incentives wae
help it needs if it is to play : : i
very large part in overcom ngs
Britain’s difficulties would go a

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lays the golden eggs.

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BY












Canalisation Of
Constitution Swamp

Mr. W. A. Crawford wants to
know if Government. will start
work immediately on the canali-
zation of the Constitution Swamp

This question was given notice
of by Mr. Crawford when the
House of Assembly met yesterday,

Mr. Crawford asked:—

In view of the general advan-
tages to be gained by reclamation
of q valuable land area,

the fact that the mechanical
equipment for the purpose-——-in-
eluding the light railway and tip-
ping waggons, has been acquired
and has been idle and rusting for
over three (3) years,

the opportunity which the pro-



ject provided for finding repro-
ductive employment for a con-
siderable number of the unem-
ployed,

the improvement which will re-
sult in the health conditions of
the locality, and

the positive danger which the
are, represents in case of serious
weather disturbances,

Will the government immedi-
ately commence work on the
canalization of the Constitution
Swamp?

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Of Canada



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SEAWELL

AMONG the measures passed by the
Legislative Council yesterday was a bill tu
provide for the Management, control and
supervision of Seawell airport. The pro-
visions of the bill were long overdue and
the Legislature with commendable expe-
diency passed it.

The proper supervision of the only
airport in Barbados is a prime necessity.
In the first place it is imperative that
adequate protection against accident or
intentional damage be provided at a
place where the slightest mistake might
cause the loss of many human lives; and
secondly the heavy expenditure by the
British taxpayer, the Canadian Govern-
ment and the local government cannot be
productive of the desired results if the
airport is not properly conducted.

Many criticisms have been levelled
against the haphazard methods of looking
after the needs of Seawell but it is clear
now that these are being appreciated and
supplied.

Within recent months there have been
applications from’ airlines in Venezuela
and Martinique to enter Seawell airport.
-This indieates that. Barbados is becoming
popular among people who have been en-
couraged to spend their holidays here. It
means business for the island and the
earning of dollars which are still sought in
Barbados,







With the.advanced state of preparation .].

of the new runway and the possibility that
this will be opened to heavy traffic
within the next few weeks, Seawell needs
to be brought into line with other modern
airports. The present bill will go a long
way towards bringing about this happy
condition.

Many of the practices which have hither-
to obtained at Seawell can now be
corrected,

The free and uninterrupted entry into
the airport of picnic parties and others on
sight-seeing tours has constituted a con-
stant source of anxiety, The staff which
needs strengthening, has been compelled to
keep almost a 24 hour watch for fear of
some unthinking visitor doing something
which might involve the safety of aircraft
landing.

Now that the bill has been passed, there
will be less anxiety over the conditions
at Seawell and the. means to take safety
measures for the protection of passengers
and aircraft landing there. Barbados bids
fair to become the most popular airport in
the East Caribbean, not only because of her
geographical position but also because of
the fact that she will be able to boast of an
airport attractive to pilots.

But the bill is only another stage on the
road of progress. When large airline
traffic comes to Seawell with increased fre-
quency and. when aid has been given to
hotels. the influx of visitors here will de-
mand better accommodation, waiting and
rest rooms, and other facilities. Now is
the time to plan for this necessary expan-
sion.

SCHOOLS
THE interest which His Excellency is

showing in schools and in education gen-
erally is to be welcomed and it constitutes
an example which might well be followed
by others who are interested in education
and the general welfare.

Those who are in responsible positions
and on whose decisions the fate of many
institutions and people depend will find
that it pays dividends to make themselves
acquainted with the everyday working of
those institutions.

There have been occasions in the past
when many of the schools, secondary and
elementary, have been given invaluable
help by people who have visited them and

who have seep their needs at first hand. —

This is a service which must be of ultim-
ate benefit to society and not merely to any
particular section.

OUR READERSSAY



Chinese



BARBADOS

«

ADVOCATE

Health In The Americ2s

CIUDAD TRUJILLO, Oct. 10.
The XIII Pan American Sani-
tary Conference ended

possible, economic assistance to
various countries in order (9

with the signing of the Final Act the Western Hemisphere.

by delegates from the 21

American republics, France, the
United

Netherlands, and _ the
Kingdom, ~
Training of Health
Personnel

A new programme which will
lead to the improvement of
public health services throughout
the Western Hemisphere was
at the final plenary
session. The Conference author-
ized the Pan American Sanitary
Bureau to:

(1) Supplement public health
schools now functioning in
some countries by furnish-
ing technicians, granting
fellowships for training
teaching staff as well as
students, promoting courses
and seminars of continen-
tal interest, and subsidiz-
ing expansion and = im-
provements of existing
facilities for the training
of health personnel;
Encourage the development
of regional training centres
for public health personnel
of different categories, re-
commending courses and
demonstrations wherein
basic knowledge is the sub-
ject taught rather than
specialized studies, and
utilizing those national cen-
tres having sufficient experi-
ence and qualified teaching

staffs;
(3) Study the general and
specialized education cen-

tres connected. with public
health already existing on
the continent which desire
to serve as regional train-
ing centres and recommend
the establishment of mini-
mum requirements for the
operation of regional cen-
tres;

Recommend to Member
Governments that priority
be given to training techni-
cal and auxiliary personnel
in public health service ac-
tivities;

Promote in various coun-
tries the appointment of
adequately trained public
health mnel chosen on
the basis of their technical
abilities and_ incorporate
them into a fulltime system
of employment with guar-
antee of employment stab-
ility and adequate compen-

(4)

sation.
Malaria Control and
Eradication

All the countries in the Western
Hemispher: have been working
toward the control and eradica-
tion of malaria within their own
territories, some having solved
vhe problem completely and
cthers having made remarkable
progress toward the control of
raalaria. The Bureau will hence-
forth include among its pro-
grammes the development of such
activities necessary to intensify
and coordinate anti-malaria work
in the Americas by stimulating
existing programmes, facilitating
interchange of information, furn-
ishing tectnical and, wherever



Smallpox Priority
Programme
In line with the Pan Americana

Sanitary Bureau’s essential ob-

jective to prevent the interna-

national spread of communicable

disease, the Directing Council in
the Fall of 1949 gave priority to
the smallpox control pro; e
and a budget of $112,839.00 was
approved for the development of
co-operative smallpox pro-
grammes in the Americas. The
Conference resolved :

(1) To recommend to the Mem-
ber Countries the develop-
ment in their respective
territories of systematic pro-
grammes of smallpox vac-
cination and revaccination
with a view to eradication;
To develop these pro-
grammes under the aus-
pices of the Pan American
Sanitary Bureau which
in agreement with the
interested countries
shall take the necessary
measures to solve the prob-
lems that may arise in
‘smal'pox control, whether
of sdnitary, economic or
legal nature.

Rabies Control

In order to assist Member
Countries in their effort to control
rabies, the Bureau will be respon-
sible for the distribution of ade-
quate epidemiological information.
For .this purpose, the Member
Countries were requested to re-
port monthly to the Bureau cases
of rabies occurring in
animals.

Hoof and Mouth Disease

(Aftosa)
Hoof and mouth disease has

(2)

become an increasingly serious regional and
raising Programmes, even when such pro-

problem in the cattle
regions of South America. Upon
the request of the Organization of
American States, the Bureau has
prepared a project for an Aftosa
(hoof and mouth disease) Center

to health and to send additional
information available on public

today achieve malaria eradication from health upon request of the Execu-

tive Committee, The Director of
the Bureau was instructed to
publish all such information in
the manner most useful to Mem-
ber Governments. In view of the
foregoing considerations and in
order to avoid duplication of effort,
it was decided to discontinue the
periodic meetings of the national
directors of health. The purpose
of these meetings was to report on
the countries’ progress in public

Other Action Taken

The Conference acknowledgea
the generous offer of the Cuban
government to grant land on the
Isle of Pines for the establishmen.
of a social and economic researcl.
centre, and instructed the Execu-
tive Committee to study carefully
the information which the Cuban
government wishes to submit con-
cerning the work programme and
other aspects of the propo$ed cen-
tre. The Director of the Bureau
was instructed to transmit this
information to Member Govern-
ments with the Executive Com-
mittee’s observations and recom-
mendations.

Member Countries not yet
having done so were encouraged
to adopt a system of fulltime em-
ployment for their technical per-
sonnel guaranteeing them stability

of employment, promotion or:
merit basis, and adequate com-
pensation.

The Conference also reaffirmed
the conviction that health prob-
lems should be considered on the

man and basis of need as well as on a basis
of request by countries, and urged
the Member Governments to sup-
port fully the projection within
their territories of international,

continental health

grammes may not appear of
immediate primary importance to
em.
In order to promote the great-

est possible attendance and par-

in the Americas. The Conference ticipation in the meetings of the

approved the Bureau's action

and World Health Organization,

the

authorized it to participate in the Conference recommended to Mem-
organization of this

center until

ber Governments that “they take

such time as some other special- greatest interest in having their
ized agency of the Organization of representatives attend the next
American States is prepared to World Health Assembly which
take full charge, on condition that meets in Geneva in May 1951.”

the financing of the center be

The Director of the Pan Ameri-

provided by funds other than the can Sanitary Bureau was author-

Bureau's.

Progress Reports by
Member Governments

ized to transmit to the Director-

General of the World Health Or-
ganization for
the Technical Assistance Pro-

his consideration

The Conference resolved that Tamme and Budget for 1951 of

Member Governments be request-
ed to report every two years to
the Bureau the action taken, and
progress achieved towards i

agreements, Member

were also requested to communi- American Sanitary Bureau,

cate promptly to the Bureau im-
portant laws, regulations.

reports, and statistics pertaining established in

, official Or,

the WHO Regional Office, since
it amplifies and complements con-
siderably the projects and activi-
_ ties of the World Health Organi-
zation.

At its first plenary session, the

Conference re-elected Dr. Fred L.
Soper as Director
American Sanitary Bureau for a

of the Pan

of the Pan
Re-
Office of the World Health

was permanentiy
the United States.



Irish Painters Lack Originality

LONDON.

Opposite Westminster Cathedral,
where for the past week cefebra-
tions marking the centenary of
the restoration of the Roman
Catholic Hierarchy in Great Brit-
ain have been taking place, is the
Ashley Gallery. Its present col-
lection is, appropriately, devoted
to religious works: the paintings
of five Irish artists.

In by-gone times, religion used
to be a popular source of inspira~
tion, both to sculptors and paint-
ers, Indeed, the Church was one
of the great patrons of the world
of art. Today, however, religious
themes are rare and for this rea-
son a collection like that at the
Ashley Gallery is of special in-
terest.

Yo my mind, those Irish paint-
ers do not compare with the
painters of religious themes of the
past; there is neither the depth,
nor the technica] skill nor the
imagination in their work, which
is imitative rather than original.
The simplicity and devotion of
the Primitive is lacking as also
is the skill and wide scope of the
Renaissance masters,

Vine most talked of
“Lot and his daughters,” by Dan
iel Q’Niell, who has been de-
scribed as a “prodigality”. It is
a remarkable work, painted with
the colours of Turner and in his
vivid and arresting manner, O’
Neill has educated himself on re-
productions of Old Masters and his
ether exhibits would seem to de-
rive for the main part from the
Spaniard, El Greco, “Lot and his
Daughters” has a brilliance but
though splendid and intense in
its fiery colour, it has a» weak

painting is

foreground. with a badly placed

figure group.
“The Triumph of Saint Patrick”

By Mary Burnett

an oil by Richard King, stained
glass worker and designer of some
of Eire’s postage stamps, has a
grandeur and dignity of its own,
and is in my judgment, the one
painting to achieve a real devo-
tion, solidity and religious fervour.

The Irish artists are said to be
working under no traditional in-
fluence like Irish writers who
have succeeded Yeats and Joyce.
This is claimed to be the reason
for their originality and experi-
ment. But in this exhibition, at
least, I found only imitation, in-
spiration . coming from former
Masters yather than from the
theme or the personalities of the
painters themselves.

A newly opened exhibition is
that of Dora Khayatt at the Red-
fern Gallery. Her oils are lyrics
in colour; spontaneous melodies
in paint, Dora Khayatt is an
Egpytian who has been painting
only three years but in this short
period, she has produced an enor-
mous quantity of work and de-
veloped a great facility with her
medium.

Landscape is her province, oil
her medium and the palette knife,
rather than the brush her instru-
ment, In her enthusiasm and ex-
uberance, she is inclined to let her
knife run away with her paint in
a wild bright riot of colour, pleas-
ing even though higgledly-pig-
gledly, but without much idea of
texture or form.

In the many instances where
she does discipline herself, realis—
ing that conscious thought must
contre! her inspired fingers, she
shows that she already is — and
certainly will continue to be — a
, painter of more



ability and one with a lively
imagination,

Sir Gerald Kelly, P.R.A., has
many works on view at the
Leicester Gallery, covering a
period of 40 years from 1909. Sir
Gerald is known, principally, as
a portrait painter, one whom
Somerset Maugham describes as
being “prepared to sink his own
individuality and devote himself
to the sole purpose of sincerely
representing that of his sitter’.

This exhibition takes us away
from the portiaits and shows his
Burmese studies. Grace is the
characteristic of these paintings—-
a quiet rather than an obvious
grace, capturing the feeling of the
East which so many Western
painters miss. The faithful repre—
sentation, which is a feature of his
work, is there, but in a more
interpretive than
fona.

In another room at the same
gallery are pen drawings by
Ronald Searle. He is known to
the public chiefly for his carica
tures of English schoolgirls, bur-
lesques of British girlhood at
burlesqued boarding school, St.
Trinian’s.

This exhibition of black and
white glimpses of Paris takes us
away from caricature and shows
Séarle as a real draughtsman, in--
finitely clever with his pen, hand—
ling with equal facility and skill
architecture, portraiture, figures,
flowers and landscape, These all

every stroke is worth—and more
than worth—the very reasonable
prices that he asks. [t would no‘
be an exaggcration to describe
these studies as real masterpieces

than ordinary of penmanship.



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Pyongyang |
Ry IRVING LEVINE

SEOUL.
North Korean Premier Kim I Sung and

his strictly 20th century communist regime
are preparing for their last ditch stand in a
city founded twelve centuries before the
Christian era.

The oldest city and first capital of Korea
is Pyongyang, now the final stronghold of
communist Koreans and the main goal of
powerful United €Nations forces driving
northward along the main highway from
Kaesong.

Although population figures for Pyongyang
are vague because of the lack of statistics for
the last five years under the Reds and for
several years before that under the warring
Japanese, the generally accepted figure is
400,000 for the city proper, plus perhaps
another 200,000 or 300,000 in the surrounding
suburbs.

Pyongyang is on the banks of the Taedong
River which the Japanese called Daidoko—a
navigable stream running 30 miles north-
eastward from Chinnampo which is Pyong-
yang’s major port.

But more important from the viewpoint
of communications, Pyongyang is the hub
of every rail and major highway in North
Korea. A mere study of the Korean road
map shows the importance of this ancient
capital of the Kii-Cha Kings, who fled from
China in the 12th century B.C. and formed
the first kingdom in Korea.



The main trunk railroads, Japanese built,
runs through Pyongyang all the way up to
Sinuiju, just across the Yale River from
Antung in Manchuria.

A long railway bridge between the two
Yalu cities connects the Korean railroad
with the old south Manchuria railway lead-
ing to Mukden.

Two main spurs lead off this double-
tracked railroad in northwest Korea. East-
ward, a single track connects Pyong-
yang with all main points all the way to
the Soviet border and into Soviet Siberia.
It connects with the Russian railroad leading
to the Port of Vladivostok.

The main highways in Korea roughly
duplicate this rail network.

As all other ancient capitals, Pyongyang
was selected for its natural defensive posi-
tion,

The 3,200 year old city is heavily stocked
with mementoes from the past. The rem-
nants of its defensive walls with five gates
still stand. ;

Japanese and Chinese battled in Pyong-
yang in Elizabethan times, Hideyoshi’s
Christian General Konishi taking the city in
1592 but then being pushed out by numeri-
cally superior Chinese forces.

Japanese and Chinese troops battled in
the Pyongyang sector again in 1894 when a
Chinese battery on Botan-Dai, one of
several hill peaks in the northwest corner of
the city, seriously hampered a Japanese
advance.

Ancient Buddhist relics abound in Pyong-
yang. There is a five-storied pagoda near
Yei-Meiji, the ruins of a Buddhist Temple
which once was the headquarters of all tem-
ples in North Korea.—LN.S.



LONDON.
Britain fish and chips shops may start
selling synthetic fish—if experiments prove
successful.
The National Fish Friers’ Federation is

tail at an executive meeting next month.



|invited to return to “manufacturing in a big
sell between $ and 40 guineas and] way if reports already received are con-



j thing is said about the bones.—INS,



Jackson Tomlinson, the federation’s sec-
retary, said that the inventor, a former fish
frier in Britain now living abroad, will be

firmed.”

Tf marketed, it will be called Syn-fish. It
is said to look, smell, and taste like fish, to
be more palatable and nourishing—but no-






POOR OPPOSPP IPE

Peace

.
To the Editor, The Advocate, 4
SIR,—Here is a peace plea_writ-'
ten on Poppy Day, 1943, in mem-
ory of heroes.
“Peace, peace how shall the heavens
decide
What God has nourished to Goctly
things o’er-ride
And warriors bent to do the bid
Of war-mongers who seek not live”
War, War, the skies bloody red
But not with the sunset that hangs
‘o'er the dead,
‘The Poppies that grow spenk of Peace
‘bought by woe
But broken asunder by weapons anit

foe.
Dead, dead the dead that sleep
Sent messages from on high,
That mothers weep, that the
shall shriek
If men by Wor must

earth

diet"

MOTHER .
\mas

To the Editor, The Advocate,
SIR,—I am heartily sick of this
rushing of Xmas, it is a violation
of God's principles. People are
already rushing the buses and
becoming panicky with this Xmas
talk. A better way would be for
an opening of Store doors as the
Tourist season is on, and busi-
ness is being retarded by th
shutting of doors, making Bar
badians the greediest of peopl
and discommoding the public
People who preach progre i
way, must be sleepy-headed
SHOPPER

this

To the Editor, The Advocate,
SIR,—May I say a word of

~praise on behalf of the two

Chinese Restaurants opened?
This is indeed a step forward,
and we hope visitors will appre-
ciate this effort.

More unity can be brought by
being cosmopolitan, and more
world-friendliness is needed.
“Love worketh no evil.”

“Let us be friends” is a good

slogan. Those who are promo-
ters must be acclaimed, We are
not forgetting, however our
English tea-rooms. y
DINER.
Everything

To the Editor, The Advocate,
SIR,--If I were asked “What's
wrong with Barbados,” I'd say
“everything is wrong” and we
all should try to make it right.
Buses should never have been
moved, until a modern stand was
ready. We want the best for
Sidgetown, and makeshifts are
appearing everywhere, and spoil-
the City, Every now ana
then a little perch appears in-
stead of proper improvements
Transportation is a way behind,
iso Hotel accommodation and
nitation, Taking a morning
alk through Bridgetown i
seating. Why wen't = alley
ts washed I't yould

ing

wi stree
lp unemployment

RIGHT

ESCAPED FROM -HELL”

LONDON,
I have just escaped from a
Red “hell.” People who live

calm, sheltered lives can never
know whet we felt.

My picture of present-day
Czechoslovakia is one seen
through the eyes of the unhappy
housewife.

are now forced
to work. The communist bosses
substitute women for men
wherever it is possible. Women
do all but the heavy work in
factories,

Hundreds of factories, have
been changed to war production
during the past six months, And
it was announced recently that
from Cctober all women whose
children were over the age of
three would have to work in
ammunition plants,

Most women

That decree, of course, made
my husband and myself more
than ever determined to. escape

The Russians have discovered
a much larger uranium deposit
n Czechoslovakia t is realised

E anc I mining
expert, but I must be



no



know it

By Mrs. Doly Prehal

colossal when ail Prague is talk-
ing about the hundreds and
thousands of men from all over
the country who are being sent
to “the mines.” They are not
coal] mines,

gades have now no one to whom
they can turn.

There is today a terrible purge
in the Czech communist party
The traitors who betrayed us
have now been disillusioned by

But the Russians know that their Russian masters. They are
many expert Czechoslovakian not trusted by Moscow. They
pilots, like my husband, have are hated by their own people,
escaped from the country, and and, unlike us, can not even flee

from the country. They have
literally nowhere to go — but to
the hangman,

Our method of hanging, inci-
dentally, is not like in America
or England. There

these pilots know exactly where
the mines are, and no camou-
flage would fool them. They
could be bombed out of use in
one carefully planned raid.

is no drop.

Czechoslgvakian housewives We kick a chair out from under
are miseraBle. We had to send them. Sometimes it takes 20
our children to state schools minutes.
where they learn communism all For the rest, life in Prague
day long. The only antidote since 1948 became worse each
comes when they go to the Sun- month, It is hard to describe how

day School in the Roman Cath- gradual was this process because,

olic churches, but priests are like people in jail, we lost track
being arrested each week and of time.
they fear to say too much. We became used to having our
mails opened, our houses watched,
People in Prague who loved and I cannot remember the exact
Jan Masaryk and who sorrow date when my husband warned
over what we will always regard me I must cease visitil English
as his murder rejoice over the and American frien rhey
constantly-increasing purge f&t turn, did not t isit me, They

rests of communists. These rene- understood

I hope to start re-living a good
normal] life now, but I still look
over my shoulders when I go out.
And I am still a little afraid of
these big friendly English police-
men, They do not ever carry
revolvers or clubs.,.but that is
what living under communism
does to you

I have lost track of all my
English and American friends be-
cause I could not write to them.
In Czechoslovakia, a person want-
ing to send a letter abroad must
first produce his identity card
and give details of the letter—all
of which is then turned over to
the police. Few people dare send
letters out of the country under
these circumstances.

Finally, and as a last word, I
must confess my beloved country
has the worst black market in Eu-
rope. People have lost the sense
of honesty

took pride. «tl

We will live again—a free peo-
ple—but it will take many years
to restore the native integrity that

been Prague for a 1,000 years.
—LN.S.




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“ WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 18, 1950

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“ WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER i& 1950

BARBADOS ADVOCATE



House
Nationalizes
Natural Gas

From Poge 1.
in natural gas having been vested |

May Be

in the Governor-in-Executive
Committee.
These negotiations having

proved unsuccessful it was con-
sidered that the Government
should proceed to undertake the
supply of natural gas under pub-
lic ownership.

Accordingly this Bill seeks to
establish a Corporation for the
urpose of recovering and dis-

buting natural gas in order to
— Supply of such gas a8 | detail the co

The Government have also been
conducting negotiations with the| Fortunately, the agreement at
Company with a view to acquiring | Presen’ between the Govern-
the pipeline and other necessary | â„¢ent and B.U.O.C. was that they
equipment to enable the recovery, { should continue ther operations

bution and supply of naturaj | in the same way under a fifty-
gas to be continued without inter- ; fifty basis.
ruption. The Company however Any questions thai the Hon.
is not willing to sell immediately ; Members wanted to ask, he was
such pipeline and equipment. anxious to answer on behalf of

dat rag ‘ f the Government. He was im-
As it is intended that this com-}°).\“j., - He was im
modity should be carried on as a| ? loring members to criticise the

nationalized industry, it is but he asked them nov to
|

Challenor, the Acting Presi

The Council passed resolut



mmniunications between
Government and B.U.O.C.



sidered essential that such pipe-|™@*€ @ny suggestions from the

line and equipmer? showld belong | #9 except they intended to
to the Corporatiou, and should be | @ck them,
transferred to and vested in the} The question of equipment

came up and B.U.O.C. were very
unreasonable in the negov.ations.

He was giving the House the
solemn assurance that as far as
the negotiations with B.U.O.C.
were concerned, the question of
nationalisation — although it was
the policy of the Govérnment —

Caan at the earliest oppor-

. Provision is therefore made for
the transfer to the Corporation of
the eres and equipment of the
British Union Oil Company Lim-
ited and the vesting of such pipe-
line and equipment in the Cor-
poration and the payment of com-

never arose unti i
pensation therefore. The amount brought ue ntil the B.U.OC.
of such compensation may be Mr. Mottley (E.) said that: he

agreed upon between the Corpor-
ation and the Company, but fail-
ing agreement, shall be deter-
mined by arbitration.

waS going to object to the second
reading of the bill. The reason
was that the members of the Oppo-
sition should have more time to

Mr Adams. (L) said that it | 0 into the matter thoroughly,
was merely a necessary bill to =
carry out the policy of the}, The bili was given notice on

Government. Or else it could have | Tuesday last and the honourable

been regarded as a serious matter. members did not get it before last

One could not help noticing |Saturday. ‘The bill was of such
what was said in some sections |#Mâ„¢portance that the honourable
of the press as to the proposais|â„¢embers should have become

reasonably acquainted with it be-
fore they sat and merely ran
through it.

He was sure that the Govern-

for legislation and the policy of
the Government.

He said that the Government
has approved of the principle as

Sea Island Cotton Goods:

Free Of Duty

For One. Year

THE LEGISLATIVE COUNC&L met at 3 p.m. yesterday.} bill to amend the Fancy Molasses
The Clerk offered an excuse for the siseaoe of Hon. R| / ”



: Can Continue |
Imported To Be Exported

IN ORDER to allow certain}
exporters of fancy molasses to;
export 159,241 wine (gallons of
molasses, now in their possession,
which under the existing legisla-
tion, cannot legally be exported
after May 31, 1950, the Legisla-
tive Council yesterday passed a

“| It was explained in the Objects

dent of the Council. {and Reasons of the bill that the

The Hon. Colonial Secretary laid the Annual Report of the| Fancy Molasses Control ad Mar-
Superintendent of the Market for the year 1948-49. | keting Board had

recommended
ions:— jto Government to permit the ex-

‘porters of the fancy molasses in

For the sum of $153,829 to sup- Suns ; aa
plement the Estimates 1950-31, ican * a
Part I, Current, as shown in the!” This amount of molasses was
Supplementary Estimates 1950-51,| manufactured during the 1948-49
No. 19, which form the Schedule | crep before the 3ist of August.
to this Resalution: | 1949, and had not been exported

For the sum of $15,000 to sup-|on_ the 3lst of May, 1950. The
plement the Estimates 1950-51,/| failure to export this molasses
Part Il, Capital, as shown in the | Was due to:
Supplementary Estimates 1950-51, (@) The Canadian Government
No. 24, which form fhe Schedule | refused to allow such
to this Resolution: | molasses to enter Canada

To approve the allocation of the | ee the 3ist of December,
oalance of the stabilisation fund | arti thi es
fixed on the 2lst September, 1950, (>) Re-conditioning of

export the

1949

molasses was necessary

by the Governor-in-Executive i j

. ; ae due to high mois con-

Committee on the advice of the tent 7 enn Sr
“denen * : | . sae

Fancy . Molasses Control and | (c) Re-conditioning took time

Marketing Board under the pro- |
visions of section 10 of the Bar-|
bados Fancy Molasses Production
and Export Act, 1937.

For the sum of $281 to meet the
cost of travelling and out of
pocket expenses of the invitees
from the House of Assembly and
the Legislative Council to the
opening ceremony of the Legisla-
tive Council appointed under the

and it was not possible to
make shipment by the 31st
of May, 1950.

THE production of fancy mo-
lasses in the year ending the 31s!
ef August, 1950, has fallen short
by 344,143 wine gallons of the
total production quova approved
by Government for that year
The Board is of the opinion that
as the amount of fancy molasses




















{new Trinidad and Tobago con- carried over from the previous
stitution, year, namely 159,241 wine gal-
Jons, is less vhan the short fall

Cotton Goods Bill Passed

The Council passed bilis:—

To provide for the importation
invo this Island free of duty
} for a period of one year of goods
made from Sea Island Cotton.

in production in 194%-50, the ex-
port of the amount carried over
would not conflict with the ob-
jective of the Act, since vhe ori-
ginal approved total export quits
for 1949-50 of 5.360.595 wine gal

Fancy Molasses |

_ Seawell Airstrip |

Production and Export Act, 1937, {| Police Constable to arrest any

PAGE FIVE



Will Be Enclosed |

PEOPLE, animals and vehicles will now be controlled when
they are at Seawell Airport. The Legislative Council yes-
terday passed a Bill granting the Governor-in-Executive
Committee the power to make regulations for the manage-
ment, Control and Supervision of Seawell Airport.

The bill also gives power to an,
ea y | raised by Hon. V. C. Gale, it was

impossible for a number of rea-
sons to name a specific date in
which the regulations would be

It was of course the inten-
tion of the Governor-in-Executive
Committee to lay the regulations

person who infringes any of the
Regulations made under the bill.

In moving the second reading
of the bill, the Hon. Acting Colo-
nial Secretary said that it was of
paramount importance that they A ‘
control people, animals and almost immediately.
vehicles at Seawell, especially on| Hon'ble G. D. L. Pile thought
account of the dangers that arose; that the matter was sufficiently
from the wandering of animals} important for them to have a date
over the runway and other parts} named by which time the regula-
of the aerodrome. tions would be laid. He knew

They had peoples’ lives at stake} that the paths of the Governor-
and it was essential that the Gov-| in-Executive Committee were
ernor - in - Executive Committee} payed with good intentions but
control movement | he would move that they postpone
debate on the bill until they
could be assured of a specific date
within which the regulations
would be laid.

The Hon. the Acting Colonial
Secretary said that the bill was
urgent. They must get down to
regulating traffic at Seawell. The
manager of Seawell Airport had
been rushing them to do it. He
would not like any delay at the








Why not eno

AMERICAN -TYPE
CIGARETTE

take steps to
there.

Another part of the bill dealt
with the provision of powers to
arrest persons on the aerodrome,
lt was not always possible to go
through the ordinary legal proce-
dure, It might be necessary for
a man to be removed at once
and the power to arrest was
essential.

The Hon'ble V. C. Gale thought
that the

term “the regulations

should be laid before each house i
of the Legislature as ne they moment.

were made was too ambiguous. Specific Date

It would have been better in the He however would assure



case of regulations as important
as those, if some specific date had
been mentioned,
Fence Necessary

Hon'ble G, B. Evelyn said that
he had suggested several years
ago that the airstrip should be
enclosed, He thought that a fence
would have more value in keep-
ing animals off the runway than
any regulations that could only
apply to people and_ vehicles.

he Hon. Acting Colonial Sec-
retary said that he should have

he would draw to the atten-
tion of the Governor-in-Executive
the views of the
members who had
of a_ specific

Committee
honourable
spoken in favour
date being given, but he hoped
that honourable members would
not make that a reason for post-
poning the resolution, — ’

Hon. G. D. L. Pile said that in
view of those remarks he would
withdraw his motion.

the Council at that stage ‘|
|

WHEN CONSTRUCTING



to the nationalisation of minerals,

The Government had not
attempted to run publicly owned
or natural industries because it
was considered sufficient merely
for the Government to own them.
The time might not be long that
millicns might be lost and the
Government would be in the

ment would not have liked to see
a bill of that magnitude raided
over without constructive criti-
cism coming from the Opposition.
at “There is a principle involved
in this bill,” said Mr. Mottley; and
the heckle came: ‘What is the
principle?” No answer came,
MF. Mottley said that they, the
Opposition, were not wedded to

happy position of having collected f nationalisation. There were, how-

some revenue from the operation

and members of the opposition |
might consider themselves for- |
tunate in the policy which has |

been adopted.

One agreement which had been
entered between the Government
and the company was that the
receipt of income from natural gas
or oil would be compensated by
the Government in money, or by

pany in a similar position as it
was before.

It was unfortunate that the
Government and B.U.O.C., who
alone own the wells of commer-
cial fuel would not reach an
agreement, he said, because the
Government was prepared to put
the B.U.O.C., in the same position
as it had been as if the Petroleum
been conceived,

Act had never
let alone passed. F :
He was not prepared to give, in

means of licence putting the com- | objects and

over- quite a number of the mem-
| bers of the House who were wed-
ced to nationalisation,

: He did not even see a compro-
| mise for nationalisation, he said

j Mr. Adams rose to a point of order
to draw to the attention of the
Deputy Speaker that Mr. Mottley
was out of order but the Deputy
| Speaker made no ruling. ..Mr.
i Mottley pointed out where the
reasons of the bill
spoke of nationalisation. He quoted
“as it is intended that commodity
should be carried on as a nation-
aliced industry’.

He said that everything possible
should be done in Barbados to
prevent the closing down of the
two wells at Turners Hall. Natural
Gas was a gift that they could
really see and they had heard and



read from the Lepper Report about |

a bath of oil. That was something



Commissioners of Christ Church

reading of the bill pointed out that

mio bAdmad a hats lons would not be exceeded and explained that it was the inten- The bill was then passed. ‘
a EES Saat A ietcet: has recommeuded that the neces-| tfon that the airstrip would be OPPOSE
of the Seawell irport; sory action be vaken to make it}fenced. He realised that the PCCD SODROIOES o %
; To authorise — the — Highway |joegally possible for the 159,241 pregulations would not have any | * OR REPAIRING A
Commissioners of Christ Church] wine gallons n question to be| effect on animals but they hoped ° *
to increase the travelling allow- | exported by the 3ist of Decem-| that the fence would, New Arrivals at $
oo pees to their Inspector] per 1950, With regard to the other point > BUILDING
of Highways: ' The Hon. Acting Colonial Sec- x
To authorise the Highway retary in moving the second WEATHERHEAD'S |













to pay a gratuity to James Hart
and Albert Beckles out of High-
ways funds;

To authorise the Vestry of the
parish of Saint Philip to raise a
loan not exceeding £5,000 to re-
pair the Parish Church, Chapels
Parochial Buildings of the said
parish;

To amend the Barbados Fancy
Molasses Producvion and Export
Act, 1937.

The Council furtheg postponed
la Bill to amend the Colonial
; Treasurer’s Act, 1891 and then
adjourned sine die.

| PAY ASKED FOR
SICK NURSE

Mr. W. A, CRAWFORD at
yesterday’s meeting of the House
of Assembly gave notice of the
following question:

In view of the special circum-
stances of the case, will the Gov-
ernment grant full leave with pay
for the period of her illness and
convalescence to the nurse who
has contracted a serious disease in
| the execution of her duties at the
| Barbados General Hospital for
which it is proposed to send her
\to a Trinidad Sanatorium for
' treatment?











those stocks of molasses could not
be exported without the legal
authority which the passing of
vhe bill would give.

He apologised for “rushing”
the bill throvgh the Council, as
it had only been circuiated tha:
day but he assured honourable
members that there was need for
expediency in dealing with tne
measure since it was possible that
there would be opportunity for
the export of fancy molasses to
Canadian River Ports, within Une
next few days.

Hon. G. D. L. Pile seconded
and the bill was passed through
all its stages,

What's On Today

Meeting of Chamber of Com-
merce at 2.00 p.m,

Police Band at Bay Street
Esplanatle at 4.45 p.m.
Mobile Cinema, Groves Ag-
ricultural Station Yard, St.

George at 7.30 p.m.

Cuke-Skinner





Peasant Proprietors
Dissatisfied With
Crops’ Prices

MR, W. A. CRAWFORD is en-
quiring of Government if they
are aware of the dissatisfaction
among peasant proprietors and
small cultivators with regard to
prices paid for the 1948, 1949 and
1950 crops,

Mr. Crawford gave notice of
questions relative to» this at yes-
terday’s meeting of the House of
Assembly.

He asked

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with envelopes
at 1/8, 1/9, 2/3 per Box.

For INVALIDS —
ARMOUR’S. CALF'S
FOOT JELLY.
Very Nourishing —
Digested—2/6 Bottle.

FIREWORKS OF ALL
DESCRIPTIONS
ee See us for Wholesale
Prices of Sparklers
12 SPARKLERS in a Pack-
age for 14c,

Easily

Is Government unaware of the BO M B § — COLOURED
fact that considerable dissatisfac- MATCHES DEVILS —
tion exists on the part of asant WHEELS

proprietors and small cultivators
generally with regard to the prices
paid for the 1938, 1949 and 1950

cane crops?

and 50 other kinds of
PAIN’S FIREWORKS.



PLL LPC LPLL SPSS OPEE PEEPS LIE

ALWAYS USE

‘-EVERITE’

ASBESTOS-CEMENT

CORRUGATED

Is Government unaware that %
estimated from available figures | X% % sah
as to the total value of a ton of |%& x ~ -
sugar, the average costs of manu- x D x ;
facturing. raw, muscovado sugar % zt
and fancg_molasses, other produc- | ¥ x
tion costs and the average recov- | %
ery of sugar factories, the prices . %
paid for canes during these three x
(8) years are less than what the |% 066700. ene

value of sugar would have afford-





@On page 8.







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~~ = . ie “i
a FIVE STAR GAAS’ the new, Dagenhamouilt, Ford Gonsul and
and beauty to the motorist.

independent front wheel suspension with built-in shock absorbers;
centre-slung seating and hydraulic brakes.

“FIVE STAR" MOTORING

Now, for the first time in any
British car, the new Ford models
embrace’ five of the most sought-
after features of motoring. Both

designed for

EW BRITISH FORDS

Engineering features never before incorporated in any one make of Brit-
ish car are combined to give owners strength, power, comfort and safety in their motoring. Powered by
overhead valve cngines, the four cylinder (1508 ce) Consul and six cylinder (2262 cc) Zephyr Six have

Behind Dagenham's first new
post-war models lies a long story
of patient research into world
markets, and these cars have been
universal appeal.
Their modern appearance is only
the outward sign of what is in

Case Continues

RETRIAL of the Cuke-Skinner
action for damages continued
yesterday in the Court of Common
Pleas before His Honour the Chief
judee, Sir Allan Collymore and a
special jury, It continues to-day,
Wrigin cf the case was a colli-
ion which occurrcd on November
’, 1947, on C oheton Hill, St. Lucy,
»etween the Cuke's car L-11 and
Skinner’s L-4, Cuke’s right knee
cap was broken, and he is seeking
damages for personal injurics
The case has already been tried
in the Court of Common Pleas,
and ended in a verdict in favour!
of C .ke. Skinner took the matte!
to the West Inlian
Appeal, anid that Court at Ns last



'





sitting here early this yeur
ordered a retrial. i

In the original Common Pleus ,
hearing the jury awarded Cuke
£1,500 general damages and |

£4, 3s. 7d. specia! dama/‘ es
In the retrial now in progress |



Cuke is represented by Mr.’
|D. H. L. Ward instructed by
Messrs. Hutchinson & Banfield,

while Skinner is represented by
Mr. W. W. Reece, K.C., instructed
by Messrs. Carrington & Sealy.
Both Counsel addressed the
jury yesterday. The Chief Judge



i acanert
| RAIN MAN

TWO MEN stood at the cross
roads on Broad and Prince Wm
Henry Streets yesterday at 2 p.m.
as Meavy rain poured down,

One was the Policeman on traf-
fic duty at that point, and the
other a one-leg man with crutches
named Arthur Jones, a _ well-
known figure around the
streets. And while the Policeman
buttoned up his ram coat beneath
the shelter of his hugs umbrella,



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integral steel bodies; “flow ride,”

der car to be built at Dagenham,

Of the many special attractions
in both cars, attention is drawn
to the built-in fresh air ventila-
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space at the rear, amounting to
no less than 15 cubic feet, the re-



the 4-cylinder Consul and the 6- reality a new British develop- markable all-round range of Jones removed his tattered cap,
cylinder Zephyr Six combine ment in fuxury motoring at vision for both driver and pas- oe ee eae wiug a
O.HLV. engines, all steel welded moderate tost, backed by the sengers, the easily adjustable Ratnewerer t ceamnoa 40% a wi
integral body construction, centr: world-wide Ford after-sales ser- front seat and the comfortable fone avant Apon eaeeentah)s ee
slung seating, hydraulic brakes on vice. rear seat well forward of the ed, but he did not sec: vt ‘mad
all four whee!s and independent The 4-cylinder Consul has a back axle. one bit. as he slowly 1.0Â¥ed and
front wheel suspension with. built- cubic gapacity of 1508 c.c. devel- wended his reluctant way up ‘he

in double acting shock absorbers. oping 47 B.H.P. at 4,400 R.P.M

Theco Ove star features ensure The 6-cylinder Zephyr Sir ha
power, lightness with sirength, a cubic capacity of 2262 c.c. de-
comfort, easy-riding and safety. veloping 68 B.H.P. at 4,000

R.P.M., and is the first six ‘cylin

Once again Ford is first.















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HASTINGS, BARBADOS
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; There can be no doubt that
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in popular motoring, combining
beauty and utility with Ford
- performance.

street.



Carltona Cornflour 4-p

een LN,

THIS
Bovril,
a Srecial Note
a
cd ca JOHN D. TAYL(
eee!

. '
Court of

i exhibited.”

is expected to sum up to the jury | imnr

city |

WEEK’S SPECIALS.

Shredded Wheat, Crosse & Blackwell Soups, Quaker
Corn Flakes, Locel Pepper Sauce, Armour’s Sandwich
Pastes, Armours Cond. Scups, Cow & Gate Food,
Angostura Bitters,
Beer in Tins, Vitacup, Vermouth, Heinz Malt Vinegar.

See Us for RIDGWAY COFFEE
;

ed?

Does Government propose to
take any steps to guarantee that
en equitable price is paid for
canes reaped during the coming

es ZIP Fasteners

If the answer to Question No. 3 i °
he in the negative, will the Gov-
inment state the ne why?

In consequence of the cireum- » J 10 12 14¢
glences, that WHITE each 6¢, 7e. 8c. 9c. LYE, Ie, ;

ca) Dr, C. Y. Shephard in his

report on the sugar indus-

‘ry of Barbados has recom- |}

mended since 1947 that the |!

standard cost of manufac- |; ar ”

COLOURED each Ge. 7e. 8.9. 10¢. Le. 126.

16c, 18¢. 20¢. 22¢, & 24¢.

revised annually;
that a Committee

(by) of both,
Houses of the Legislature
which was appointed to
consider his Report has

nn
t

recommended “that the
Government should _ itself
collect and analyse the data







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10, 11, 12 & 13 Broad Street

from which the economic
conditions of the largest if
not the only industry in the
colony ean be continuously

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the Government's allega-
tion that there is at present
no suitable officer available
to undertake the detailed
statistical work which
would be necessary in
order to calculate standard
costs on the lines proposed
by Dr. Shephard;

Vv 11 the Government take steps
diately to implement. the
recommendation of the Commit-
‘e> of the Legislature under ref-
erence, with regard to the
appointment of an Agricultural
Economist on the staff of the De-
partment of Agriculture?

If the answer to Question 5 be
in the negative, will the Govern-
ment please state the reasons
why? :

Motor Cyclist
Injured In Fall }}\,

Theophilus Thorpe of Bush Hall
a clerk of the Garrison Service
Station, struck an embankment
| while riding his motor cycle along
|}Bank Hall at about 8.45 o'clock
last night. He fell and wad
injured.

Thorpe was later treated at the
General Hospital for the injuries,

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OF INTEREST TO ALL CRICKETERS

IN ANNOUNCING
16TH OCTOBER

WE HAVE PLEASURE
THAT FROM MONDAY,

Mr. EVERTON WEEKES

(The Popular West Indian Cricketer)

WILL BE IN ATTENDANCE IN OUR SPORTS GOODS
DEPARTMENT FROM 8 A.M. TO 4 P.M. DAILY



MR. WEEKES IS, ADMITTEDLY, AN AUTHORITY ON CRICKET AND
EVERYTHING PERTAINING TOIT. IF YOU ARE INTERESTED, DROP
IN AND SEE HIM—HE WILL BE GLAD TO ADVISE YOU REGARD-
ING THE CHOICE OF A BAT OR GEAR OF ANY KIND.



INCIDENTALLY WE

100 “EVERTON WEEKES” AUTOGRAPH BATS

EVERY ONE OF WHICH WAS PERSONALLY SELECTED

IN THE FACTORY BY HIMSELF, UNDER THESE CIR-
%, ‘UMSTANCES ANY COMMENT BY US REGARDING THE
| we? QUALITY WOULD BE SUPERFLUOUS.

| HARRISON'S

NOW HAVE IN STOCK,

t. pkgs. Jelly Crystals,

>

Heinekins Beer, McEwans | ‘i

at



SPORTS GOODS DEPARTMENT
TELEPHONE NO. 2352.

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PAGE SIX BARBADOS ADVOCATE

WEDNERDAY, OCTOBER 18, 1950
BY CARL ANDERSON



HENRY



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Slow he Yhreives on
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WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 18, 1950
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CLASSIFIED ADS.

TELEPHONE 2508











FOR SALE FOR RENT
AUTOMOTIVE — Pully fturnishea 3-
bed: rewly, built un

BEDFORD—1% ton heavy duty Pick

up. New and already conditioned sor
delivery. Dial 4614, Courtesy Garage.
18.10, 50—3n



BEDFORD 12/15 cwts. delivery Van

New vaggag already co
delivery ai 4616, Courtesy 4
18.10.60.



CAR—Dodge 1937 Model, 4 good tyres.
New Battery. Apply: Frank Watkins,
c/o Gardiner, Austin & Co. 18.10.50--3n.

CAR — One {1} i2 H.P. Vauxhail
r 1988 Model. Apply to Mr. N. Mc





ey c/o Plantations Ltd. Broad St.
554. Pleasant surroundings.

17.10.50-———2n

CAR — ‘Sunbeam Talbot (1941). Good
condition. Apply: 4 Clifton Terr. Bay
St. 14.10.50—t.f.n.

——

DODGE TRUCK—1947 Model in excel-
lent condition. Apply to Barbados
Telephone Co Ltd. 18.10.50—5n.

FEDERAL TRUCK—Offers will be
received in writing by Courtesy Garage
up to 4.0 p.m on Friday, 20th
October 1950, for one (1) Federal Truck
chassis, dameged by Fire. Vehicle nay
be: viewed at Courtesy Garage, White

Park Road. 18.10 .50—3n.
MOTORCYCLES—Velocette Model Le
J% mp. On. view at Showrooms.

Courtesy Garage. An opportunity for
Jadies. Dial 4391 18.10. 50—3n.

ELECTRICAL



ic IRONS — Unbeatable
bargain. 5 ib. Electric Irons attrae-
tively finished in
eoloured

Chromium = with
handles, Only $4.90 each
complete. G. W. Hutchinson & Co
ltd. Dial 4222 17.10.50—3n

ONE PORTABLE AIR COMPRESSOR:
% H.P. Motor with 60 Ibs. pressure
gauge and tank. Price $180.00. Dial
4086. 18.10, 50—5n.





REFRIGERATOR — One Marco 2
cubie foot in excellent condition, two
years old. $275.00 or nearest offer.
Apply Electric Sales and Service Ltd.
Phone 4629. 17.10.50—2n.



FURNITURE





CH attractive,
Chairs in Walnut, Mahogany and
Natural Finish at $5.78 each, G. W.
Hutchinson & Co. Ltd. Dial 4222.

17.10 .50—3n.

FURNITURE — Office Equipment.
Single and Double Pedestal Steel Desks,
Foolscap or Letter Size 4 drawer Filing
Cabinets; Steel Stationery Cupboards;
Crrd Index Cabinets; Steel Office Chairs,
end other office equipment now obtain-
able from stock from T. Geddes Grant
Ltd., Bolton Lane. Phone 4442.

15.10. 50—6n

MECHANICAL

BICYCLES—Hercules, at special
prices. Courtesy Garage

low
Dial 4391.
18. 10 .60—3n .

JACKS—G: Hydraulic Trolley,

APARe
from 2 to 7% tons Capacity, Dial 4391
18.10.50—3n

MISCELLANEOUS





ANTIQUES — Of eveny description

Giese, China, old Jewels, fine yd
‘atereolours. Early books, Maps. =
graphs etc. at Gorrin; Antique Shep
adjoining Royal Yacht Club.
* 3.9.50—t.f.n.
eae PREPARATIONS. alive:
& Co., St. Lawrence. 95.1550": in.
BOOKS—At “Aquatic Court, near

Aquatic Club, on October 19th, 23rd,
and 24th. W. G. Drayton,
18.10 .50—2n.

BABY'S CRADLE « In good condition
with MATTRESS and CASTORS. $24.00
Dial 2294. 15.10.50—3n.
ebeneagincterelecnniaietebinisjesanilabaiaatiteh espe y's ina eeinaiatnoe

*B'‘DOS ENGAGEMENT DIARIES —
Months illustrated by Pictures. Make
seful Xmas presents so secure early
Special price 2/- each. Obtainable at
KNIGHT'S LTD.



£

17.10.50—3n.

See
BUCKLEY'S PREPARATIONS. Cough
Mixture 87c.; White Rub 55c.: Nezine 55c,

Kams 15c, Geo. C, Ward & Co.
15.10.50.—Tn,

CARPET — Large Green with a fawn
border 3 x 4 yds. For further parti-
culars Phone 3273. 1§ .10.50—2n. !

“CANDA VAPOUR RUB”
commended for





— Is re
Head Colds, Chest

Colds, Coughs, Hoarseness and Throat
Irritation, also is excellent for insect
bites ete. KNIGHT’S LTD

‘17.10.50—2n
ei oath oleae ag eR ae Beal
DOOR MATS—Fibre Door Mats in

several designs and sizes. Prices from
$2.27 up. G. W. Hutchinson & Co
Ltd. Dial 4222. 17.10.





HORNER’S PREPARATIONS. Maltle-
vol 8/-; Carnol 5/-; Calsol 16/8; Magsol
V/-; Infantol 5/-. Feronol & Feronol F.
Geo. C. Ward & Co. 15.10.50.—7n.

“LAUREL RAZOR — Buy a Laurel
Razor for 1/6 and get a utility Knife
with each purchase free, You can use
your old blades in this holder
ENIGHT'S Lid. 18.10 50—2n





MILD STEEL in various
sizes from 1/32 to 3/8. Also Galvanized
ils. Enquire Auto Tyre Company,
‘afalgar Stree’. Phone 2696.

18.10.50—t.f.n.

ONE LIQUOR LICENCE — Apply:
‘Walter Mayers, Cherry Grove, St. John
17.10.50—2n

SQUIBB'S PREPARATIONS Cod Liver
Oil 9/- Sulmefrin Calcium Gluconate.
Glycerine Suppositories 3/6 —Geo. C.
Ward & Co. 15.10.50.—7n.







SALE — Among other items we sell
Khaki at 50c. per yd. ROYAL STORE
14.10,50—Jn

SHIRTS—2,000 Men's Shirts of guaran—
teed wearing quality at $2.00 and $2.40
each. ROYAL STORE. 12.10.50-—Tn,

eee

SHIRTS & PYJAMAS — Boys’ and
Men’s Shirts and Pyjamas ordered to
Measure can be delivered within four
hours. SHIRT FACTORY.







12.16,50—Tn.
TORCH LIGHTS—Two Cell Torch
Lights complete with batteries Black

and Chrome cases. Only $1.17 each

G. W. Hutchinson & Co. Ltd Dial
4222. 17.10.50—3n
“VOSENE" — Is a new remedy for

Dandruff and other Scalp complaints,
it brings life and lustre to the dulest
Hair and also combines its
shampoo. KNIGHT'S LTD

. 17. 10.50—8n.

“VOSEMAR”’ — Would you like to
ha’ wavy hair? Then try “Vose-
mar” which is the natural Hair Waver
Obtainable in tubes and bottles.
KNIGHT'S Lid.

17.10.50—8n.

FOUND

own







LOSI &





B.0066. Finder please return same to
Miss Winifred Skeete, Dalkeith Village,
St. Michael. 18.10.50—I1n.

WALLET — Containing money na
Pepers valuable only to owner on "Bus
between Hastings and Top Rock, be-
tween 6 and 6.15 p.m. yesterday. Finder

» rewarded on returning same to R. Bel-

grave, Hotel Royal, Hastings
17.10,.50—in.

SMALL KEYS—Saturday

night l4th
between Trafalgar

Squere and Lower
Roebuck Street. Finder will te re-
warded on returning same to
Advocate Advtg. Dept.



Treom
cool locality 24, miles
yn for a oma of 12 months from
7 ‘ pection by @ppoint-
ment. Phone 4476.
15.10.50—6n.

‘SEVERLY’ — The Garrison. Draw-
ing and room; 4 bedrooms;
with attached — Play room.
Brea! room - Modern Kitchen ind
all conveniences. Tennis Lawn. Spacious
yard with fruit trees. ‘Ss — Ser-
vants’ rooms tec. Dial 8372.

15.10.50—3n.

FLAT — To an approved tenant —
A comfortable well furnished Fiat



Situated, Hotei
area. For further details write “F" C/o
P.O. Box 250. 18.10. 50—3n

FLOWER DEW—Maxwell Coast, 3
Bedrooms, ‘Telephone, Fridge, Radiv,
Garage and all modern conveniences
L. Gonsalves, Maxwell Road.
18.10.50—7n

Aetna nescence ay

MALTA—Cattlewash, for the months
of November, December and January.
Apply: Mrs. I. Weatherhead. Dial 3838

18.10.50—4n, |



“MARYVILLE,”"—Black Rock, draw-
ing, dining, sitting, 3 bedrooms, ¥
large gurage, usual

conveniences. Messrs Carrington
Sealy, Lucas Street or Phone 361.7
after 5 p.m. 7.10.50—1in. |



“JERVILLE”—Chelsea Road, drawi::%.
dining, 2 bedrooms and kitchen, wa‘er
and electric light. Apply: Miss ©
Applewhaite of same address.
18.10.50—1n.

PUHLIC SALES
AUCTION







I will offer for sale by Public Com-
petition at my Office VICTORIA STREET
on TUESDAY 24th at 2 p.m. the dwell-
ing house called ‘SEAFORD" (on 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 1 ection

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

17.10. 50—6n





UNDER THE SILVER
HAMMER

On Thursday 19th by order of Mr. H.
Sn . will sell Jhis Furniture at

ver’ Estate, St. Philip.

— which includes —
Dining table (seat 10); Wagons, Serving
Table Liquor Case; Card Table; Book
Case (glass doors); Tub Chairs, Work
Table (Brass Claw Feet all in mahogany;
Pine Book Case; Oak; Rattan & Bent-
wood Chairs; Inlaid Cordea Table; Type-

rn ee | ee ae ce slink

writer; Desk Chair; Cushions; Rugs;
Glass and China; Fruit and Tea Ser-
vices; Coffee Set; Plated Ware; Fish

Knives and Forks; Spoons; Forks etc.
Pictures; Iron Bedsteads and Beds; Old
Mahogany Linen Press; Dressing Tables;
Washstands; Pine Presses; Gun Press;
Brass Floor Lamp (oil); Copper Jelly
Boiler; Linen including 2 Damask Table
Cloths amd Crochet Bedspread; Ferns;
Plants and other items

Sale 11.30 o'clock Terms CASH

BRANCKER, TROTMAN & CO.,

Auctioneers,
15.10.50.—2n,

REAL ESTATE

“GOSHEN”’—One 3 roofed chattel
house with gallery, open verandah and
kitchen attached, containing drawing
mie sGisitoes wees tag ps and

‘eakfast room, uate at.Tudor a
St. Michael. ‘abi to W. I. G ie
C/o Haynes & Griffith, Solicitors, 12
High Street. 18.10 .50—3n ~

PERSONAL

THE PUBLIC are hereby warned
against giving credit to any person or
persons whomsoever in my name, as
I do not hold myself responsible for
anyone else contracting any debt cr
debts in my name unless by a writte1
order signed by me.

Signed KENNETH MORRISON,
ist Avenue, Bush Hall,
St. Michael
18.10.50—2n.



THE PUBLIC are hereby warned
against giving credit to my wif?
LOUISE BARKER (nee Jordan, Cobbin)
as I do not hold myself responsible tor
her or anyone else contracting any
debt or debts 'n my name unless by 4
written order signed by me.

Signed CHARLES BARKER,
Rollings Gav,
St. Michael.
18.10.50—2n.

PUBLIC NOTICES





NOTICE
PARISH OF ST. JAMES

Applications for Vestry Exhibitions of
an Annual value of £5 tenable at a
Girls’ Second Grade School, will be re-
ceived by the undermentioned up to
Thursday, 30th November, 1950.
Applicants must be children of parish-
joners in straitened circumstances, over
the age of seven years and under thir-
teen years of age.
A Baptismal Certificate must be for-
warded and a Certificate from the Head-
mistress of the School of their fitness to
enter the School

(Sed.) P. H. TARILTON,
Clerk to the Vestry of St. James.

15.10.50.—3n.

NOTICE
THE WOMEN’S SELF HELP will be
opening on Friday 27th October. Mem-
bers are asked to bring in their work
from Monday 23rd. Flowers will sot
be accepted before the morning of the
27th, Consignors will be paid as usuai
or Friday 27th. Subscriptions $1.00.
17.10. 50—6n

eed set | sc | RE | i

————-

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. in-
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. b
: W. U. GOODING,
Parochial Treasurer,
S. Philip.
17.10. 50—6n



NOTICE

“SEALED Tenders for the erection
ef a 1 Bath and Toilet im
Ch: be ‘ eR ee a i
the undersign 1e
October 1950. Plans and Specifi-
of "sii Spa be seen from tne

. Warden D. : ”
Marchfield, St. Philip.
W. U. GOODING,
Parochial Treasurer,

St. Philip.
17.10.50-6n.

NOTICE

Re Estate of
JAMES SHEPHERD,
Deceased.

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that all
Trsons

late of 3

Michael, who in Island on the
Mth day of le » are
cisions “duly Pio me, abe under:
claims ie ler-
signed, Eustace "Shiistone, the
qualified Administrator of the said
estate on or before the 30th day of

November 1950, as after that date I
shall proceed to distribute the

thereto regard only to the
claims of wi I shall then have had
notice and that I will not be liable for

assets So distributed or any part thereof
to any nm or’persons of whose debt
or claim shall met then have had
notice @il persons indebted to the
said estate are requested to settle their
accounts with me without delay



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BARBADOS ADVOCATE

WANTED NOTICE |









HELP
Se ie eae
Advtg. Dept 18.10. 50—2n Scholarships
;____ MISCELLANEOUS
| Wo RPCATION on, rein | the members of The Civie Weltare

| Bowuades please communicate wita 1951 to

Friendly Society beginnin;







“ 27th.
hb. October.

& POVER
ms “ORANJESTAD 16th Novem-

Applications are invited for two
their brother, Lionel, at 326 West, aith | any second grade in the | her.
a. New York, 19, New York. lisland. These scholarships are) SING TO TRINIDAD, PARAMARIBO
Spe ae nee = | opened to members or the child-| in. .qieGhORGETOWN,
tor 2 Bectric Floor Lamps.|ren (boys or grils) ef members| ss. “ ICA” son Pron tal
Good cobdition. Phone am. ie | i2 straitened circumstances of the SAILING TO TRINIDAD AND.
-10.50—Sn- | abovenamed society, between the Ry ao oy
PAY. GUEST ages of 9 and 12 years. The ‘amLNG SO MA@EOA mea UTM,
out... Rose, ister Howes, Marine scholarships will be awarded on ANTWERP AND Ausrenente
| Charming house and gerden, $2¢09 3} t@e results of an examination. 8. “ORANJESTAD” 20th. Octoder.

| week breakfast and tea. Other when
\ required -nenis $1.20. Telephone 2758.

Form of application can be had
18. 10.50—2n.

at the Society's Cffice, Swan &
High Sts. and should be returned
by 4 p.m. on Saturday 28th Octo-



FURNITURE REMOVED WITH
CARE.

J. W. MAYNARD,
Secretary, Scholarship
Committee,
Swan & High Sts.

15.10.50—6n







ber, 1950. '

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8. P. MUSGON, BON @ CO. LTD.

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ROYAL NETHERLANDS

SS

M.V. “T. B. RADAR” wit
accept Cargo ond Passengers tor
St. Lucia, St. Vincent, Grenaga
and Ar Date of departure

pevhed

“ae >

“CARIBRBEE” will accept

Cargo and Pa: 3 for

Dominica, Antigua, ontserrat
Kitts Sutline

Nevis and St

Friday 20th,
M v “DAERWOOD” will
secept Cargo and Passengers ior

St. Vincent, St. Lucia, Grenadn

7 Arube, Sailing Saturday
s'

B.W.1, Scheoner Owners’
Asso. (Inc).
Tel. No. 4047







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OUTWARD FROM THE UNITED KINGDOM

Vessel



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In 4 BEAUTIFUL PATTERNS
3 FEET WIDE @ $3.32 Yd.
SUITABLE FOR BATHROOM, PASSAGE
Or MOTOR CAR MATS Etc.
CALL AND SECURE YOURS EARLY

T. HERBEAT Lu.

10 & 11 Roebuck Street.
A EAL AL AAG ge

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QUASI-ARC = WELDING BOQUIPMENT AND
ELECTRODES.

Your enquiries for WELDING PLANTS and equipment
~ will receive prompt attention from our experienced
» Staff. All types of Ferrous and Non-Ferrous ELEC-
% TRODES available ex stocl..

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From Leaves ‘
i i ‘ ; pe, We invite you to ins; our stock of standard items.
S.S. “LLOYDCREST" . London llth Oct. Sst Get, Special enquiries will receive our immediate advice
AIL NOTICE |. 13S ‘gepromp baw” Lasam"’ —R Gst Hh Oct LR andattention.
». on i‘ .
canon tint "as Mails for the undermentioned “piaces| SS. “SENATOR™ oenaely eh Ot lia ae STAINLESS STEEL FABRICATIONS—“FIRTH
Furniture by the S/S. Orangestad will be clo: ‘ 0 oF a WN”
eee: Bu ma at the General Post Office as nee 4 a “MENT Be oa 4th Nov. 20th Nov. BRO
_ Bxtimate freely given, Diat 3909 | rare! Mail, at ia noon, Registerpd | S.S. -\dalvenpeot Sth Nov, 24th Nov. WE have now in stock STAINLESS STEEL SHEETS
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Codrington, Britton’s X Rd. Vessel For Closes in Barbados |% sign in this modern, acid resisting steel).
S.S. "SITHONIA” .. Lond ‘
GOVERNMENT NOTICES ne wore

VACANT POST
Senior Clerk (Court Stenographer, Etc.), Government Office,
St. Vincent.

Applications are invited for the post of a Senior Clerk in the
Government Office. St. Vincent, in the Salary grade of $1,200 rising
by annual increments of $72 to $1,680 per annum, In addition, a
temporary Cost of Living Bonus is payable.

2. The duties of this post include the taking of verbatim notes
of cases in the Supreme Court and proceedings of the Legislative
Council.

3. No quarters are provided.

4. Experience in a Secretariat or other Government Department
is a pre-requisite to selection for appointment to the post; and appli-
cations giving full particulars of qualifications and experience, with
certificates and testimonials, should be addressed to the Government
Secretary, St. Vincent.

5. The closing date for receiving applications is 6th November,
1950.

13th October, 1950. 18.10.50—8n



TENDERS FOR PURCHASE OF A MOTOR CAR

Tenders are invited for the purchase of one Oldsmobile motor
car forfeited under the provisions of The Exports and Imports (Re-
striction) Order, 1940. The car is at present in the custody of the
Commissioner of Police and may be inspected by appointment with
him. |

2. Tenders should be forwarded in sealed envelopes addressed |
to the Colonial Secretary (and not to any officer by name) so as to
reach the Colonial Secretary’s Office not later than 4 p.m. on Friday
the 20th of October, 1950. The envelopes should be clearly marked
—“Tender for Motor Car’,

3. The Government does not bind itself to accept the highest
or any tender,

10,10.50—8n '

_——
Attention is drawn to the Defence (Control of Drug and woah!
and Proprietary Medicine Prices). Order; 1950, No. 8 which will be

Canadian N

ation

WReGantons to change without notice. 4° vesens

and freight raves on

Por further information apply to—

DACOSTA & CO., LTD.—Agents



SOUTHBOUND Sails Sails Arrives Salle si = â„¢
Montreal Malifax Boston Garbados Barbaéos

CANADIAN CHALLENGER . 27 Sept. 30 Sept. ie 16. Oo ;

LADY RODNEY .. ae » 18 Oct. 16 Oct. 16 Oct. 2 Oct mon

CANADIAN CRUISER |. 28 Oct. 27 Oct. nw 7 Nov. 7 Nov. e

LADY NELSON .. 1 Nov. 4 Nov. © Nov. 16 Nov. 16 Nov.

NORTHBOUND Arrives Salle Auras Amite a Keeps ringing out the good news of more and more
Barbados Barbados Beston Halifax Montreal a's Sohn

LADY NELSON .. 9 Dec " ; “a arrivals e; ete

(QBY ROMY: Ry A Rw | = mon So



GARDINER AUSTIN &

CO., LTD. — Agents.

rrr
ee — —eE—E———_———SSEE

CIE. GLE. TRANSATLANTIQUE
French Line

5.8. “COLOMBIB”
SS. “COLOMBIE”

Sailing to Trinidad and La Guaira on the
25th October 1950, accepting passengers,
Sailing to Plymouth and Le

Havre via

. Martinique and Guadeloupe on the 29th
October, 1950.

For further particulars, apply to:—

R.M. JONES & CO. LTD.~Agents.

published in the Official Gazette of Monday, 16th October, 1950. = oe

2. Under this Order the maximum retail selling prices of
“Mother Greaves Worm Exterminator” and “Canadian Healing Oil” , |







are as follows: —
ITEM Unit of Sale Maxiumum ~
Retail Price |
Mother Greaves Worm Exter- j
minator Small sized bot. 40c. j
” ” ” ” Large » + 76e. \
|
Canadian Healing Oil Bottle 5le. i
{

14th October, 1950. 15.10.50—2n |F



VACANCY FOR POLICE MEDICAL OFFICER ‘

Applications are invited for the office of Police Medical Officer
District “E”. Candidates must be registered medical practitioners, '
Post is part-time and non—pensionable with salary at the rate of $240.00
per annum. An allowance of $48.00 per annum is paid for medicine’
supplied.

2. The appointment will be terminable by three months notice
on either side. The successfu applicant will be required to reside
in the District.

3. Applications stating age, qualifications and practical expeti-
ence, should be addressed to the Colonial Secretary, and must reach
the Secretariat not later than the 21st of October, 1950.



14.10.50—2n.



GOVERNMENT eee nen SUMMERVALE—

APPLICATIONS are invited for the post of Assistant to the Chief
Matron, Government Industrial School, particularly from women in
the service of the Government. ,

2. Salary will be in accordance with the rates fixed under the
Civil Establishment (Teachers) Order, 1949; entry into the incre-
mental scales $732 to $1,344, $1,056 to $1,776 and $1,446 to $2,352
will be determined by academic qualifications. In addition an allow-
ance is payable at the rate of 25% of the salary.

3. Candidates must be between the ages of 25 and 35 years and
be prepared to live in the quarters provided (unfurnished).

4. Application forms, obtainable from the Superintendent of
the Government Industrial Schools, St. Philip, or the Social Welfare
Office, the Garrison (from whem further details may be obtained),
must be completed and returned to the Social Welfare Office by
Tuesday, 3lst October, 1950
12th October, 1950

ere ah eneementanelasis

14.10.50—2n



First Mate, Trinidad Government Coastal Steamers,
Port Services Department

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

Candidates must be in possession of a Certificate of Competenev
as Home Trade Master Mariner issued by the Government of Trini-
dad or by the Marine Board of Jamaica, or a certificate of equal or
applicant’s character and professional ability, should be addressed

Shore quarters are not provided but in the case of officers recruit-
ed overseas an allowance equal to difference between 10 per cent of
salary and rent paid, is payable to an officer v/ho rents unfurnished
quarters and an allowance equal to difference between 10 per cent
of salary and 5 per cent of the annual value of furniture supplied in
Government furnished quarters, is payable to an officer who rents
furnished quarters. Allowances in both cases are subject to a maxi-
mum of $50 per mensem for a married officer whose family is not
residing with him and $20 per mensem for a single officer.

Free second ciass passages will be provided on first appointment
for the officer and his family not exceeding five persons in all. Sub-
ject to review at any time and not as a permanent right of the officer,
free passage on leave after a minimum tour, not exceeding the cost
of normal sea passages to the place of recruitment will be provided

> + Se

adult fares.

The successful candidate will be appointed on probation for two
years in the first instance, subject to his passinz a medienl examina- |
tion, and will be required to contribute towards ‘se Provident Fund. '

Applications giving full particulars of qualifications and experi- |

/ence, together with certificates and testimonials should be addressed |

18.10.50—2n.| , tated this Mth day of September, | +, the Honourable the Colonial Secretary, Trinidad, to reach him not
SWEEPSTAKE TICKET Pe eee | later than 22nd October, 1950
8156. Finder please return to the Ad-| Qualified Administrator of the Estate of | 12th October, 1950

vooate Advtg. Dept. Rewart

18.10.56

offered |

James Shepherd, deceased
7.9.50,—4n, |

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Cricket Board H ouse N ati on aliz es } HARBOUR L0G { poor reosananennapnont, LLP ALLE
Welcome Kidney | . S Cee tee TURE Che 2h eo ere
eal Glaiainie | Natural Gas ae Be BARBADOS {) EUBNITURE |

[Eien the Board o¢ Mangaement| i From BOS 5. on iat ma te, eat Eo ce woot a |S WITICE

IN CEDAR AND MAHOGANY

fiom mact at the George Challenor | because they knew nothing about| Mr. Adams’ replying spoke first] Sin’ jars" "Gari Sen. Molly
Pavilion at’ Kensington yesterday |it- What they did know was of the occasion earlier this year} Jones and Sch. Philip H. Davidson, Sch Consequent on the results Stylish! Lasting! Comfortable! % RESTA URANT “2E
) “See

gvening, members present wel- » they had a natural gas when the owners of Turners Hall| Emeline, Sch. Belcueen. of The Demerara Turf AT MONEY SAVING PRICES
comed back Mr. F. "Aj Cc. Clair-[5' iy. . had given the B.U.O.C. noticesto| g.ncones W re a. 96 ‘tons net; Club’s October Meeting. j
monte and J. M. Kidney, who were © Government had brought|“pack up their tracks in seven| capt. Jo eph, from Dominica 1950, the following promo- 3a ang fables, ied: — PRESENTS —

tions and demotions have stents in 4 sizes, Ful ital

attending their first meeting since|that Bill after> negotiations ap- days”. Had that occurred it would| .M.V. Servitor, 872 tons net, Capt

their return from the West Indies |parently had been broken down |have meant that the hospital, ho- hiner Aula ee AT téne inset, “Capt been made to the Official and ialled. Wardrobes, r- ‘
tour to England. with British Union Oil Company ]tels and other institutions and! Hovel!, from Monteorrat Classification previously robes, Linen Presses and Chests~

- Mr. F. A. C. Clairmonte, Vice- | and he would like the senior mem- | Places that depended on gas Bo Saeeene a, a net, published in respect of the of- Drawers. . : >]

President of the Association, acted |ber for St. Joseph. to tell them at | Would have had their supply shut /""P" ~ DEPARTURES forthcoming Au-umn Meet- Morris Horseback, Streamlined ;

as Chairman in place of Sir Allan | what stage the negotiations had off at short notice. RFA. Gold Ranger, 1,506 tons net ting. and straight-lined Suites and

Collymore, President, who was|proken down and what was the| Necotiations had then gone on Capt, Edwards, 3 serene in anes, ub S28 f

absent . feason: until the stage was reached when Promotions: — cue and? a ‘or one hour 8 p.m.—9 p.m.

Lady Pink from BI to A2.
Black Shadow from G1 to

Before the business of the mect-
ing, Mr. DeL. Inniss said that he ; tat
was glad to see Messrs. Kidney Beitish Union




























Licing, Luncheon and Kitchen
vauioe, China, Kitchen and Bed- The Recorded Program of

soom C..binets, Sideboards, Wag- . te eh
ai ee ye
RAY NUNES (B.G’s Singer) as presented at:

ii Company
| : wou rdiy s ati
dind Clairmorte back on ihe Board ee ee pnt amine ate

the Company had told the Gov- S Il ,
ernment that they mus! have the CAWEe \%
sole right to sell gas within three

and a half miles of the pipeline ARRIVALS By BW.1A-L gons, Larders





See ch a Sal eaed L From TRINIDAD: : ; +
s ppamer presence-had been missed jjp0i¢ reasons to the Government |to™ Syrners, Hall wood to the] " Robert Wilson; Haro’d Ward: Pe Jolly Miller from G1 ‘to DESKS In several sixes, flat and
mary meetings. He wanted the honourable senior Belle as long as the licence lasted.| ceithurst; Ralph Lokstun; Mr. L. A. |% F2. sloping tops, Bingle and Double,
| Mr. J. W. B. Chenery supported | oer for St. J b to tell tne {28 other words they wanted | Summers: Mrs. ME. Summers; Mus / ; Hoovy-duiy | Chalre GLOBE THEATRE ON as
ege remarks and said that they | member for St. Joseph to tell the |ronopoly in the selling of gas in| $M euaueria 1% Demotions: — Y 1

Vindima from Bl to B2.

Doth looked fit ofter their various | House if it was true that the argu- |¢he island. SE eee icnacd | iets Michebdn; Davia) @

ment used for the breaking down

LLL LSS

Goo

L ‘ S. WILSON ? This Program was recorded thru the kind co-operation

Tratalgar Street Dial aon ef Mr. Cecil Sampson. Special Loud Speakers wil be

escapades. i Members would see, therefore,| Richards; Robert Lioyd-Sull; Barbara GA
“F. A. C. Clairmonte thanked j0f the negotiations was to the av we > ;] Lioyd-Still; Harold Greenhow; Al.ce M 3. A. LEWIS,
Mr. F. A. C. Clairmonte thanked | why it was necessary for the] Woven ia C. Hall. Elizabeth Haul: Secretary:



members for the weicome and | effect that the company could not

Government to get that bill into Yalend t mtoncia:
gaid. that they had a very enjoy- take on a long term lease and go - EB! rabeth Valencia; Hector Valencia

operation as quickly as possible. Ira'da Dennery; Charles Denrery;

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able tour and were glad to be,on to improve those wells because The mo‘ton that the second | From ST. KITTS, s $09 SOSSY s * : %
— g lic: ade eaelt tends AO Geom the be postponed for a week | ai yiames cH}: Mrs, Tigy Ross: nA eS wr aitached to the interior 2nd exterior of. 2. . .
Mr, Kidney said that he Oe roe oe bg peniond ona ‘a was then put to the vote and | Mr. Winston Ross; Mr, Frank Ross; oe OSES. ; .
glad to be associated with such a)@ reservoir of gas within defeated on a 10.6 division, From ANTIGUA: x ! â„¢*
victorious team. They did not ex. | rains, vhey might well be draw- — J. H. Wilkinson (Oy moved} pune ena ee, ony Nurse LOOK OH! MOTHER THE CHIN A DOLL
pect such good results in either |iing from the area. If that was theltnat the bill be referred to ‘a "Mrs. Dorothy Donovan: Mr.” Walter ® : s
nie the game or financially. He said}reason, then the Government} gelect Committee Mustor:; Mr. Edward Elliot; Miss Grace | fal Its a SPRAIN}! Di Wi d ‘
that it was a great pleasure | ag be rather cautious. He wae supsotted by Me WE eee etiaad ete i gc a.s ; PLASTIC PARASOLS ne, Wine and enjcy a pleasant Program in an
help to have Mr. Clairmonte with c > C + ae id that it ‘sha foc TRINIDAD: y ry $1.71
him, acinda Couaiduced hee eee gps coe Seas ‘sony tint the best eu “Ralph Ashby; Emelda Ashby; Berke- atmosphere of positive class
© onsidere " je * i é NW « : 4 ‘ ~, | ley Ashby; Hugh Blackman; Daisy
The Seard “hen considered the{ Stating that there must not be} to kill a bill was to refer it to a | W2Amey, Hugh Pie somnan || PLASTIC RAINCOATS



$3.98 SPECIALS ON THE MENU

Select Committee. But that was | Pacy; Doris Cansfield; Frederick Odre-|

* . she a .w .| mani Dardnina Fo'ton; Chima Aver: | §
in the days when members were | pelin: Beverley Ashby: Bernard Rolfe; |

not alive to their responsibilities. | Leonora Toussaint: Jobn Carrington: |
He was sure that after members Eevee Williams; Edward Annisette: |
heard what Mr. Adams said that Edward Lorroy, Anton Lissone? George |
they would not be so rash as not | For LA ri) 6 ge ;
to attend the meetings of the | James Lyon; Barbara Lyon; Kathigen |
Lyon; Judith Lyon; Mary Traver .o, |
a ee 4 f he Bill Joyce Traverso; John Traversi; Maria
The ramifications of the me Schuler ; William Schuler; Geegge
were wide, and he felt that it | Adams

Agenda for the General Meeting ;@9y interference with anything

of the West Indies Cricket Board Within the 1(0 acre radius of the

éf Control which takes place in well was not put in,

Trinidad on October 19, 20 and 21.] If they were to insert it now,
After a lengthy discussion re-| one wondered if the Gulf Oil

#arding the various transactions Corporation would withdraw

ee the Pickwick Club and} their application.

he Barbados Amateur Football
Association, the Board unani- He knew the honourable senior

mously agreed that smal] com- member for St. Joseph was eager



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inittees be appointed to examine] to get the Bill passed in the in- | was wise to send it to a Select | Yor GRENADA: rie FASHION HATS ‘
the Pelationship between the et of oil, but ap Ae the Op- ree ae +4 charles nine alties SLsanley: weeoi And She Applies - - - |
B.C.A. Pickwick Club and the] £osition were not going to asso- r, Adams sai e was sur-| A. Cuke; Rex Wason NYLONS! |
BAFA. It was also decided that} ciate vhemselves with any unrea-|prised to hear Mr. Reece—a a ere Rar habage


lawyer used te Company Legisla- | panain
tion, and Mr. Mottley—-a man ,-REFARSURES By B.W.1.aL

i j r i ‘or NIDAD: Francis Mar*in
with unique knowledge of high | (noice Gane’, Wendy Gaffney, Mary
finance—asking to send a normal] Gcftney, Edward Hughes Samuel
simple bill to « Select Committee. | Mizrahi, John Cohn, Theodocia c
If the Government woke up | Gordon Clarke, Joyce Wooding=
G ly, Trevor ¥ ood, Fred
next day and found the gas supply | feinel, Doroinea King. Line Viva».
shut off it should resign. But he | Hilvebranzo Vivas, Simon Warde!
was sure that if the Bill was Esrain Pico-Perez. Trina Pirbe, John

that night that the weii | *™™men¢

On Sale at - - -
would be in operation next day.

KNIGHTS DRUG STORES Waste Paper Ba sk ets
Mr. Wilkinson’s motion was

rian erne*|UN-TroopsClosela|| - — Each_72¢ & $108 |
H i x t- wcite House went into Commt-| Quy Pyongyang 9

tos ao he i at Te aes Mestuinticind Flower Baskets

Obit an peen held in reserve to the
uar merican ist Cavalry Division ,
y thrusting up the main —_ from the Each $1 20 & $1 32
“aesong where the assault across ; ——— *
Mr. R. E. Challenor the 38%.. narallel was launched. és % ,

; Before they took the lead they ‘
THE death occurred at his} completed their task of mopping ; ‘ d
residence Buckden St, Joseph on|up in the Kumehon area a few Laundry Baskets

Monday of Mr, Robert Richard] miles north of Kaesong.
Edgecumbe Challenor eldest son General MacArthur's _ latest

of Mr, & Mrs, Lester Challenor, crn eeige separted. apoctaeular .
He was 29. gains along the whole Unite E h
Young Challenor was educated| lations 100° mile offensive arc. open from 9am. until midnight . ac cna e L

Cave Shepherd & Co., td.

after left for Trinidad where said that many pockets of resist-
10, 11, 12 & 13 Broad Street

YES ITS

THANI'S-

Pr. Wm. Hry & Swan Sts.

letters would be written to the] sonable attitude of people nego-
other two bodies concerned, in-j tiating for tnose wells, The .
forming them of the decision | people ‘responsible for those ne- Because Sacrool Conquers

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the Board and asking them to co-| gotiations must learn vo be
operate by appointing committees} reasonable,
to attend a meeting of the three} He said that whenever the Bill









ies, was passed, they would have to
At their last meeting the Boar’ | come back to the House for sums
decided that after the welcome | of about ‘two million dollars.
b lunch held for the returning W.!. He thought 't would be better
: cricketers they would later hold a}to re-open negotiations with the
; dinner at the Marine Hotel when | Brivish Union Oil Company or
Messrs Clairmonte and Kidney had} let the Gulf Oil or someone else
returned. This will be a subscrip- | come in rather than have to come
tion dinner and representatives of ; back to the House for two mil-
all ericket clubs and other sport | lion dollars,
will be invited. He said that whenever they
When this matter was again were finished, there were going to
brought up yesterday Mr, Kidney | be arbitrators coming down here
said that in his opinion this dinner | from England and that was going
would be a flop as the people of |to mean the spending of a lot of
Barbados as well as the B.C.A.,' money which could be put to bet-
had already given a welcome /ter use, They had a lot of things
which was second to nore give} to look after like the Deep Water
in other places. Harbour, the East Coast Road and
Mr. A. DeL. Inniss strongly} Compulsory Education.

oe Mr, Kidney’s views and They were opposed to nationali-
that he also thought it would : and neither the British




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be a flop. He said that after | Union Oil Company nor any one
everything had already come off} else should have any fabulous sum
so well he thought it unwise to] unless it was brought forcibly to
have this dinner. him that nothing could be done
r It was however decided that the] about it:

dinner would be held and Mr. The passing of the Bill might
Hoad suggested that the same] appear simple to honourable mem-
Committee that organised the] bers, but he was going to move
Welcome be appointed to see after | that further consideration be post-
the dinner. poned.

This Committee was: Sir Allan] On the advice of His Honour
Collymore, President, Mr. W.jthe Deputy Speaker, Mr. Mottley
Hoyos, Secretary, Mr. W. Atkinson| changed his motion to read “that
and Mr, J. W. B. Chenery. The | this bill be read a second time
Board thanked this Committee! this day week".

among other fields of employment ance by-passed both north and : : :

le worked at Messrs Neal Mas-’ Ean oe hue Renter were Serving a variety of Oriental Dishes prepared by
sey & Co. Here he was highly ; . oh:
respected and by efficiency and
allegiance to duty he rose to 1
responsible position. He was ex-
tremely courteous and easy of
approach and so carried well
the banner of the Challenor pop-
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F. A. C, Clairmonte, Vice-Presi-| ‘implications of the bill. Members ago. His illness was the source ;
dent, Mr. J. M. Kidney, Mr.| of the Government were in pos-]of deep regret to a host of friends
J. W. B Chenery, Mr. A. Del. | session of information which oth-|in this colony for whem his ab-
Inniss, Mr. E. L. G. Hoad, Mri.|-r members did not have andisence of many ye rs made no
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; yesterday Mr. Adams laid the Annuai
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of a girls’ team from Trinidad. Market for the year 1948-49.
The following seventeen girls] The following notices were given:

night of Mrs. Emile Maude Arm-

strong and her funeral took Le
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in the presence of a Jarge fath- i
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michael, Marion Taylor, Ann Eck- nent he Batiinates (eee rash ae McClean and was married to Mr.
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7 " . timates 1950-51, No. 25, which form
Phyllis Fitzpatrick, (Goal), Gill} he Schedule to this resolution.
Reid, Mary Knight, Toni Browne, Mr, Adams: Resolution to place the

: Pat Mahon, Heather McKinnon, } ‘Y™ of $377 at the disposal of the Gov-

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Roberta Vidmer, Joyce Allen, | norte trees tee ipsosst, Part It, Rp ys ied. ets § atic tt, : iy ;
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4 » Players are requested to be on] ‘ollowing Regulations made by the her passing will be a source of - PRICED a .
he pier by 4.45 o'clock, (jovernor-in-Executive Committee under deep regret, She leaves to moura ;
' After this match, the replay. of | tector 6 jot, the “Barbados | Fancy net | their loss three children two| % D E T T O a? TAILORED TO PI.FASE | ; :
: the’ Snappers—Flying Fish K.O. (uses Production agd Export Act, 1937) daughters and one son Mr. Doneld a ‘| ali in stock
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e men’s teams ha eir first |The Ho 2 i to pro 0., Ltd. Yeo i
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WEDNESDAY, OCTOBfJl It ItM BARBADOS ADVOCATE PAGE THREE Tourist Sees Barbados BY PLANE Mr. JOHN BOOAAT, who live* in Venezuela and is M i imlMayi.'iK In i : %  cfVal oi hta Bai i y %  **i'y ureai thrill o. attsjftioon, when he look mem up lor • runin nil prtkwta plane ivw the island. Mr. Bogart arrivc-J here ovei %  Wftk ago with his wile and two lrlends -i:J Ban at the Paradise Heath Club. He had to make about four trips beiore everyone had a ride, and each lima be flew .ilnwtt a complete circuit ul the island. Hi* plane holds' six passenger*. II wan* ueautiful afternoon for laying Once ofT the u Scawell. (ha Crane Hotel could i-^sil> ui•* %  indulgMtr* rood and aonk •*••• anxnueh dUt'*a Alk-9*ltii ol(' .,.. k rob*. Sparirtlaa, pWaav %  nt .••.ting, btt alkalillng propAlk.i Seltzer Tan uicuuv was taken by one of the passengers who wont up with Mr. Bogart in hi* plane on Sunday. It showCarlisle Bay fiora tbp air with the Oarrth on Savannah in the foreground and Pelican Island In the background. Left Wing Wants To Kill "Goose" Unauthorised I ,M,::li .illiill Of Barbadians Back Home TWENTY-FOUR Barbadians leturned home from Bermuoa yesterday by tho R.F.A. "Gold fwlwl— J Carter, U. Williams. C. Hunt, C. H. Broome. A. King, O. Collins, F. Flatts, fc Burke. H. Bellamy. D. Austin, S Kemptoti. C. A Sqbers. .1. rtunte, L. Straker. H. I GoodinK. O AJlwVno. E. Hunte, StC. Boyco, C. Hinds. StC Griffiths. V. H. CUaw*. L. Sealer. H. Evanaon, W. Griffiths. They have Iwn discharged from Ihe Admiralty Employ on account of the closing 1 down of MM Dock Yards there. Tho "Gold Ranger" sailed out yesterday afternoon for Trinidad. It hi expected to call again at Barbados around the end of thr month. Delegates Appointed For W.I. Conference Mr. L. E. Ward (E) and Mr. P. L. Walcott (L>. were yesUfdav appointed, at a Joint meeting ul the Legislature, the two delegate* to represent Barbados at the fourth session of the West Indian Conference. This Conference will be held in Curacao from November 27 to December S, 1050. Both Houses of Legislature then passed address*'. 1 ; to His Excellency the Governor telling of their decision In this connection. CAPT. G. C LYLfi, who returned by air on Frid.i five months visit to Britain, the Frrnch Hlviera and Eire, told the Adt'orale yesterday that he had enjoyed looking up old friends, and his visit immensely. Winvi ..skill what he thought of the present financial conditions in Britain, and the prospects for the revaluation of the pound sterling, Capt. Lyl* Mid, that although the serious problems of the dollar gap looked as If It was well on the way to being solved, due chiefly to American Stockpiling, resulting in very large purchases at high prices of rubber. tin, etc.. from the Dominions and colonies, so bringing a greatly increased supply of dollars to Britain, It was clear from the latest figures that the gap had boen transferred from the dollar to the sterling area so that the vit.nl necessity for Increased production of good quality manufactures at competitive prices for. export still remained, if we were to pay our way and stand on our own feet. Industry was finding It Increasingly difficult to carry this out owing to increasing manufacturing costs, due to demands for higher wages, to meet the steadily increasing cost of living and the excessive taxation of industry. The danger of further inflation in Britain was real, at owing to the big re-armament programme, industrywould ilnd it difficult to Increase production sufficiently to provide the armaments, enough goods for the export trad* to purchase the food and raw materials on which the existence of Britain depends and goods tor the home market, with the result that In the home market, there would be the primary cause of I nfl.it ton, namely too much money chasing too few good/. As to the revaluation of the pound, Capt. Lyle considered it unlikely and undesirable under present conditions, as the gold reserve was nut high enough, and the dollar problem might recur, when American Stockpiling was reduced. '.. in I..I Election Ctwawssf Capt. Lyle thought that a General Election could nut be long delayed, and that the result would be cast* uiuwM %  otnethinaj occur* 1 red to sway the floating vote to one side or the other. He said that it was clear from the speeches at the recent yearly meeting of the Labour Party, that the Left Wing of the Party were gaining ascendancy, and were swaying the party towards limitation of profits, u capital levy. Motor Cycliats Coafltftahni Swamp To Pay For Ride "Tills It a tarrlbsa Hi i you might have ktilci while riding the motOJ neither of you have a bV riding a motor bicycle." Hi Worship Mr. E. A M< i Allan Pile of Cave Hill and Lionel Barrow of Cleevwdale Road, Blar:. Rock yesterda) when he fouiw them guilty of tiding a moto* (vir on Cave Hill Road WcflkOU a licence and having th game motor cycle in their p osfc ot ston without the consent of the M M For riding without a licence they were both ordered to pay a fine of f.3 bv instalments .r In default three months' imprisonment and for using the meter cycle without the owner's consent each has to pay a 20'line. The number of the motor cycle Is M-2538 a five horse pOWwT Ariel and the owner is Clement Nightingale a tally clerk of Bank Hall. The motor cycle was badly damagwd and compensation w?tJ awarded in the sum of HI both defendants ordered to pay £6 otu \ i Nightingale said he left hi> motor cycle M-2538 on the whar' and went off to a ship as he m a tally clerk. When he returned to shore he noticed that the motor ryclr enaj mis?*ng. He at once went to the Central Police Station and reported the mattei. lb estimated that repairs to the motor bicyclo would cost well over $100. "Headache's gone ... I took GENASPRIN" HgswawMhw/ -US* mk% brand or aspirin — ffwrair dawk! Headaches. Toothache. Nerw Bad Rheumatic Pains, Colds and 'Hu. Alw OH.1L/. helps to break a fever. At any umr of siraui or pain. 'Gsnaiprin' wei you through I SoU nv oil CsswssswL Drigfislt, tie. TW "rJ **".r %  " l ibeifSiiMtwJ ni^aiwi." i u. i .vnt-xom*. WW MSS ^Olt ii'httt a /ittm/i/n/ /ffornirtff ...... !" know if OovssrtutMsni W.II start canal!-, /..lion of the ( UOwUon was given notice of by Mr. Crawford when the House of Assembly met ve*tcrday.. Mr Crawford asked I advan-i i' i.nnalion tbli liitnl area. tlie fact that the medianica) for the purpose-—iticlndin^ i v l(1 id up. DkU .nitons, has been acquired and has D anting for over thi % %  the opportunity which the proI Icted for linding reproducUve ••inpUiyment for a cont number of 'he unemrd which will re suit in the health conditions oi %  ton poittlvt danger which th< tn case of senou" rba nes jg. Will the government Immediwork on the canalisation of the Constitution Swamp" The Royal Bunk. til Cuuuilu BABY'S TEETHING need give you no anxieties There need he no re-tlrss nights. Do tears, DO hahy dnmrdre*. il S ou have Aahtou & rarsoos ..lain." Powdass haodv. Mothers all over the world have found them soothing and cooling when baby i* fretlul tlurough iretliing, .in.!, best of all. they a.,\HSOM 11.IV SA1-K. 0ms T HE bw morntag* awawUv tan lh night before.. n h a cup o dellcloui 'OvwHM' %  ( l-.-Jiim. I *|>rrlrn>r -IIUHI that l)irrla noihlag lihe Ovalttoe for fottrriiui that rr-iinl. r.-i.r.n.. deep which help* > mi to awake with new energ*. new coahdrn.r .. bright of e>* and light of heart. Hemetnher thai 'Ovalune' *lrep com** In %  perfeadf natural w*.fw Ovaldnr i.n-.(. only Irorn Nature', bnci I...K1.. tHeducti "f thefamoit* l>\altlnr' Km. >ri the highv.1 ilSsltlstil lor the malt, milk and egs aaad Maka OVwsttal vour raguUr KO-KInight beyerage. Il •OOBg m llttla-— itgl* after a tfjrf Cwood itnfhis Sleepf ASHTON & PARSONS INF ANTS PO WDERS i % %  %  aaa— aa— %  %  % % % %  — ^TrTiWl Ovaltine 7/, r HUr/t/s Bust Mffht cap P.C. 2M Soaping" dulls hair — HALO f/orifies't/ The Weather TODAY Hun Klsea: S 41 a.m. sun Kets: S.42 B.m Moon (First Quarter) October 18 Ulhtlni: .(10 \> m High Hater: 10 42 a.m.. 1UU4 p m VF.8TERDAV Rainfall t(odrlnglon) 15 Ins Total fur muiith to esterday: %  %  %  Ins. Temperature (Max) K4.5 *F Temperature (Mln) 75.5 *F Wind DireetloD *_ A -n" N.NE (3 pjn) F.-S E. Wind Velocity 8 mUe per Ba'ronleter (9 am) NJN ,.(| p.sn.) tim — j nigher taxaUon of _MSI ad of civm; 'and stih iu*ii .-— dustry, which lnatswd of smnf Industry all the incci'Uves i needs if Is to -e part In ov ditllculUes would g Brttaiii-s ilifllc-ulUei would %  ;," %  ,£_ ttl „,, i., lone way To killing the BOOK <>V Ih M ." M "iji. ,.., u . lays the golden egg*. fvjo— U? -for •you ,1oo! 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October 18

19350



HOUSE NATIONALIZES NATURAL GAS |

British Air Liner|_-
Crashes; 28 Killed

LONDON, Oci. 17. |

"TWENTY-THREE passengers and five of the
crew were killed. when a British airliner’
crashed at Mill Hill in the northern -suburbs of

London today. Only one adult on board survived.
An infant was among the pscververs kil'ed. The plare,
a British European Airways Dak~*> came down in North
: London after leaving London for (j/esgow. ‘
The survivor was rushed to hosp'tc!. It was net known
whether he was a member of the crew or a passenger



in . The plane caught fire in the

Wisdom Of air, hit a roof top, ploughed

‘ i through wall and landed in a
C.D. & W. Schemes |*:

An ec witness said t

i at as the
plane
|

flew over the house, one

Questioned

wing came off and ‘struck the
house.
(From Our Own, Correspondent) The plane crashed across a!

LONDON, Oct. 17. | RatTow road. ee
The Colonial Welfare and De-}_,4 !#rge open space adjoins the
velopment schemes in the West] Steet rs ssc: en ree he
inden are being purnuctvigar=| ager fivme tough, ath

ously, but not necessarily wisely. | Pen; 8 ‘c j neat, tandi
It is a debatable point whether oo 2 Soak , wren - Ing. |
in 20 years irom now there will ‘oat ite”: aitsakaet Cele re
eae ee ee nowy scheduled time and shortly after-
being spent. Scholarships for wards, a radio message was re-

ceived saying that one engine was
boys and girls to enable them to cut of order and vhat the pilot}

go to Secondary Schools and], avi the base. s
similar educational schemes are all Non ae Ape ee ae . ves

to the good; but they dofnot get] ceived.

to the roots of social problems of An eye witness said: “No

the islands.

: s one could get near the plane, it ‘.
; These allegations are contained | was burning so fiercely. But I aun ry
in a letter to the Manchester | undersiand some passengers
























Guardian this morning from] mus: have been thrown out be-
Imelda Peter of Dominica who} cause some bodies were taken
Says “If the welfare scheme hopes | away.”

to achieve any measure of real
success it would be wiser to begin
from the beginning and give first
claim to the little children and

Eight of the 23 passengers
were women. The sole survivor
was the plane’s steward.

—Reuter.

Lowe's Laundry at the corner |
of Chapman Street and Baxters |
Road was completely destroyed by |

















FIREMEN are shown concentrating water on the roof of



THE FIRE BAGES

Lowe's Laundry which was completely des
troyed by fire yesterday evening. These firemen are ettacking the flamessrom Chapman Street.

Burnt Out U.N : Troops Close In

On Pyongyang
























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Revolt
In Egypt
Expected

CAIRO, Oct,
Egyp.'s Oppos tion parties
warned King Farouk in a joint
s atement today that the public’s
patience had come to an end and
they feared resional revolt,
‘We are afraid a revolt will
| take place in the country wh.ci
will not only destroy those whr
ere unjust, but will leave’ the
country in a State of financial
'moral and political bankruptcy”
they added
Their petition, submitted to the

17.

palace for presentation vo the
King upon his return from. his
European holiday declated: “Cir-
cumstances have placed in the
palace certain officials who ‘ic
not deserve that honcur These

ill advise and mishandle ma‘ter:
| “Some of them have even come

j}under suspicion—which is being
| investigated—that they are im-
in the arms seandal

affecting our valiant army
The belief prevails that justice
|will be incapable of touching
| these officials just the belief
has prevailed since the issuing of
the Royal decrees that Parliamen-
tary Government has become
| merely something on paper
| “World press describing

| plicated

as

us
es a public whieh bears injustice



* Motion ‘For Postponement

‘THE HOUSE OF ASSEMBLY yesterday passed
a Bill to provide for tle establishment of a

Natural Gas

Corporation.

The Bill was passed

after a motion by Mr. E. D. Mottley (BE) to post

pone the second reading for a week, and another
motion by Mr. J. H. Wilkinson to refer the Bill
to a Select Gommittee were defeated by ten votes

tex

to six. ae

Voting for Mr. Mottley’s motion were; *Mry Mottley
himself, Mr, L. E. R. Gill, Mr. Fred Goddard, Mr. W. W.
Reece, Mr, J. H. Wilkinson and Mr. L. E. Ward.

Those who voted against it were, Mr. 1
Mr, O. T. Allder, Mr. F. E.

T. O, Bryan, Mr. M. E.
G. H. Adams, Dr. H.. G
Brancker.

U.S. Bombers 'To
Help French

SAIGON,

United Siates light bomber
may be flown from Korea
Indo-China within the next
days to help French forces hoid
the northern border against
Vielminh insurgents according t«

Oct, 17,

French sources here to-day.
They would act as a stopgap
invil the «arrival of Amerigan

inilitary aid promised this week
in Washington,

The French air = force
Indo-China had enough
trained by Americans in World
War two to fly bombers im-
mediately French sources added

in
pilots

A French mission headed by
Jean Letourneau Minister for

the Associated Svates and Gener)





FE, Smith,
Miller, Mr. R. G, Mapp, Mr
Cox, Mr. F.. L. Waleoti, Mr
Cummins and Mr. J. E. T

Mr introduced

that

Adams who
j the Bill told the House
Government had taken the
{to put the industry under public
ownership beeause negotiations
betwé@en the Government and Bar
| bados Union Oil Company had
not been successful

The last straw that had broken

the
siep

t °| the camel’s back, said Mr. Adams
en

was the proposal by the company
that they alone should have the
ivht to cell gas within three and



a half miles of the pipeline from
Turner’s Hall Wood to the Belle
as long as the license lasted—
20 years

Mr. E. D. Mottley led off the
speeches for the Opposition say-
ing that the Government should
inform members why the negotia-
tions with the Company had not

been successful. His view was
also, that members should have
more time to study the implica-

tions of the Bill
This view was supported by Mr
















































fire shortly after 4 y k yes-~ ary stre Vilki ard ¢ f
homes they come from.” terday enna. pa yg e p silently and says we do not know Alphonse Juin, , military strale- eet eee = ae B sd
Peter states that in laying the ; were injured in the fire and are | k ight Expected In 36 Hours | SARE We Bee Pete MAPCAs 8nd wed a eae a oe ler.{ to consider the Bill. It was an
foundation for a better West In- S . Offi ial now detained at the General Hos- | driven like animals study the situavion = ne RE SAAL important measttte, they @aid, and
dies the chief object to have in ‘2 yrial 1e1ais pital. | Other points made were with t ommunist China wher its ramifications were wide
mind is the future of the Carib- s They were 26-year-old Jeanetta | (By JULIAN BATES) | “The country remembers the] ‘he French were withdrawin., ; :
bean race morally, socially and Arrested Chapman of Black Rock and 21- | TOKYO, October 17. happy days when your Majesty | umder pressure, from their fourth} ‘The objects and reasons of the
economically, Because many of year-old Mignon Johnson of Halls} WITH U od Nati ] catty *. i {was an honest and a geod shep- | *tronghold Langson 80 miles from] Rill explain that the Petroleum
the early inhabitants of the DAMASCUS, Oct. 17 | Road, both washers, and 2l-year- nited Nations troops relentlessly closing in, the} per. Hanoi the Tonkin capital, Act, 1950 vested the property of
iataritis Were. slaves. and as-such |! Syrian. militery. police. lestiela ‘ein’ Lowe “or Yores tard, battle for Pyongyang, the North Korean capital, was tonight| “The present Government be- They will oe a army natural ges in. the ‘Governa®- th
not permitted to marry, there|night arrested former Syrian De-| Black Rock, son of the manager.| ¢Xpected to start within 36 hours. termes ‘with palace oMcicts ‘sect | and. report, back to the French | ed for the granting of licences and
are today more than 80 per cent,|fence Minister Ahmad Charabati} The Fire Brigade were sum-| British Commonwealth troops today took the lead from the 7g ish Mhelr, beatin they | Snuinee” They are also expected | lenses to search for, win and dis-
of the British Caribbean popula-|and other Government employees} moned to the fire at 440 p.m./ Americans in the race on Pyongyang from the south. AWOL and hide thei evil vutenc < to help General Marcel Carpentier,| pose of natural gas. Prior to this
tion with no re home life,|and civilians. d-They turned out under Capt, Grant c . a | power and hide their evil actions. © help G H ‘ Pp yh sated iin thy
The majority 7 nag of ai Among .those. arrested were] Assistant Superintendent of the| uns blazing, they charged Communist defence positions Reuter, |lecal Commander in Chief te paiueel gas eee cones: me
' 7 j 5 jeal decisions in the] 14 nd ? s
Chrietian ui rats “ax jee Towel ~ Egyptia igade. ‘ on foot to.enter the -key .readsend. rail. centre of Sariwon make strategica ; er : :
out of aS and SON up— ee wanted e Esyptian they arrived on the scene| ©35 miles south of the capital. Mywutened, ‘eee where well Qi, Comogny F aenltad Meld Joneses
without any knowledge of family | Police on the charge of murder-/flames were shooting from win- r To the’northeast, lightly equipp- West Germans aan % as ber at. least] Mineral rights at Turner’s Hall
life in the European sense of the|"& _ former. Egyptian Finance | dows and doors of the building and N N : I d * ed South Korean troops raced up ; +i ead ann Means re ast Stantation in Mt. Andrew. from
word. Minister Amin Osman Pasha in |surrounding buildings were in dan- oO ew ht ustries to Sangwon 21 miles east of the Hate British ov, ‘ i which a supply of natural gas was
Binding Ties Cairo in September 1946. ger. They erected three stand EF N ti nali hic city | : i obtained
; : posts and used 1,200 feet of hose. or atio ation Further north South Korear| The Company has distributed
The people of Britain have a/ Hussein Tewfik son of a well- Pick axes and fire hooks were troops sweeping across the penin- More Than Jews WASHBROOK JOINS natural gas so recovered to cer-
firm foundation of binding ties,);nown Government official | 1 : M.C.C. ai blic institutions « h
D employed to pull down the rool} Ex ected ;sula from the captured port of w ; , WL. tain public institutions and to the
traditions and social structures," escaped from Cairo police a cf the building and shift. boxes | Wonsan were reported to have} jo, ve GERMANY, Oct. 17. LONDON, Oct, 17 Rarbados Gas Company for sup-
the writer points out. The aod month before being sentenced im} jy ciqe. | FROM SOCIALIST GOVT, | reached about 43 air miles from| Jews are the least hated peop'e} Cyri1 Washbrook, the England| plying private consumers. ~The
ple of the Caribbean have next! absentia to ten years hard labour Thi gine ith thm north and @ eV i+ l the capital hens troops. were}. West Germany according to al ang’ Lancashire opening batsman,| Government and the Company
jo none, These are voids which! for murder, : Hoke shove chaitnt Nenana chia (From Our Own Corresp yndent) | | expected Kom 76 Sit: we Sages dae! public opinion poll carried out left London airport to-day to join negotiated for the issue of a long-
Colonial Welfare and Develop-) It was rumoured that General had. to be concentrate i on these| amin enn LONDON, Oct. 17. lrdad) and «rail. system feedings": the M.C.C. team in Australia, | term licence or lease to the Com
ment could help to fill by encour-| Abdulla Ateh, Defence Minister | °° °° . cone se a. Nadi _ The Social Government are not Pyoi mb sc + en tka rth “| Out of 2,500 Germans ques- Washbrook did fiot sail with the| Pany for the purpose of winning
aging the formation of regular) during the six month military to stop the fire FORD. SEX9AY eT expected to list any new industries | *Briti Nab a caraidarey ahi troops | Woned by an unofficial body only team a'ready playing in Austra- and distributing the gas from the
homes by every means in its}regime of Husni Zaim was also Firemen also had to rip up ga | tor nationalisation when the next} aenens ng the 7 Sh orlean | ene per cent, admitted hating} jj, jast month because he had wells 19 and 20 situated at Turn-
power and by taking the children arrested to-day. vanise sheets from the roofs of| session of Parliament. opens in al a eae " aha aol time began | Jews: sini naan alisiva: to peti in | cr's Hall, in lieu of cash compen-
of these regular homes in their] Colonel Zaim was ousted from a SP eke, Betoun’ in. | Lortnight's time. This means that] {noir 95 mile advance to Sariwon| The question was asked: “Do| pngland, He received permission sation in respect of the property
formative years and having them} power and shot dead in a military |. : ‘ et get v Tice ; Seiad | Sugar will continue to be a private] 5+ dawn today }you feel hatred towards another|;, travel later by air.—Reuter. @ On Page 5
trained in specia] schools. court in 1949. jured, bu was Silently Sruise=. | enterprise, But it is anticipated| ~ iva miles fro he town they | people?” 25 per cent. said they
“There would be at least ong| Arms and ammunition were |When they returned to the Fire}that there will be a renewed] ,,.2¥° miles from the town they | 47)
‘ Jand,” ted found in the h Station their clothes were soaked!) romise by Pz re _ | were held up by 300 to 400 Com-} ‘ ; : N |
euch achool in’ every island,”|} reported found in the house of @ he | at Aeorched the |picimise by Party legders to take| munists dug into positions in an} _ Of these four per cent, disliked! First Zoo For Naples TELL THE ADVOCATE
Peter continues, “with 100 acres}Government employee arrested and the heat had Sscorchec _ Re) over the water supplies coupled orchard. For more than two hours|4mericans, five per cent Britisn NAPLES, Oct. 17. yicaietig de vey og eee
or more attached. There: are] to-day. The Syri2n leader Doctor |hair from the hands of a few. | with a declaration tat ine policy| thay battled a Bleay a Way “land French and 50 per cent,| Naples this month will open its TH" NEWS
schools in Britain which can be} Ameen Rouayha was also arrest- Up to late last night a large of nationalisation wil: be con- 7 Russians—Reuter. first zoo stocked with lions, tigers Ring 3118 Day or Night.
taken as models. There are teach-| ed.—Reuter. crowd still surrounded the burnt) tinued as and when circumstances a paren — leopards and hyaenas given by THE ADVOCATE
t out building ete Tt Mate Reds Fice. ; = wf ATE
ers in Britain er Re pene ut b wie BI 6 pore further indication, that Then the Argyll and Sunderlend MCC B. t C It European and American zoos PAYS FOR NEWS
to mould and guide the minds, A azer Gone the industry is not yet totall¥P er ony. Se ARS | ety sea yi ea OWt8\ The zoo will be a permanent Trae ee
hearts and hands of these little P . ‘Pe Among those suffering the loss free from the threat of take over. | oe ers oe, : 13, ri ce ; reeves feature.—Reuter.
ones and train them in the English Top riority For of clothing in the Lowe's Laundry Although Parliament reassembled} froth, as hip tance ; “i at PERTH, Oct, 17 ett
way of life—which is the British : Me 3 fire. is Mr Clyde Walcott, West today, the Government are likely! and fled lito the hill The MCC. tourists gained
West Indian ideal.” Anti-CommunistBill | 2°" sHieweter. just hack fromito be free from ary serious|~ South Koreahs at Sengwon —|thsir first victory of ths
If Colonial Welfare and Devel- eee wen y ag A ie challenge by Mr. Churchill andj the nearest United Nations troops | to-day when they beat
opment were operated along ee CANBERRA, Oct. 17, ioked Raehaly his tee ward Tories for a fortnight | to the capital—also have a clear! “.ustralian Colts by an inn
lines, then in 20 reo eee ee The Labour dominated Austru-| robe, including his W.I. blazer |, But whoa the new session opens} run ahead of them rd 149 runs, es ;
be something of asting w lian Senate which has _ been to the laundry | there is likely to be danger in thei There was no sign of strong Declaring their first innings oralio
show for the ay and Ne aribent fighting a delaying action on the ns debate on the address in reply to| organised resistance to-day and |closed a’ the lunch total o 369
being spent in the new Carib Government’s Anti-Communist _— ——- the King’s speech The contents| observers here thought the battle | for four wickets—a lead of 266
race. Bill today agreed to let the Bil e |.f this speech are being decided for Pyongyang would not be long | the ourise left the'r i VISCOUNT NELSON
have top priority. The Governing Persia Doubles \this week by the Cabinet Geleres : Body of the Australian Labour y : : general/ view is that the m tne east coast the South |battng but before iat ator Oo ie] to
DR. MASSIAH PRESIDES party yesterday withdrew all Custom Duties Government will go {o the coun- Korean advance continued Ajlexpired they had dismissed reator of ndv tradition
opposi‘ion to the passage of the try in Spring, rather before the spamesman mere Bal. this veer | Cole for 117. maker of history
OVER LEG. CO. Bill. TEHERAN, Oct. 71. |Didget than after. If this is the} ROW that thede ee ae Peels |. Denis Comp'on alter a spark }
: Prime Minister Robert Menzies| Persia to-day doubled custom: | ‘ then’ another February clec-| Shung the road. and rail centre {m8 innings of 76 bowled bril- \
The Hon. Dr. H. G. Massiah| announced at a press conference| duties on all’ imports from 2) | ‘!0r !® likely about’ seven miles south of the |Jlantly to take four ef the las
yesterday presided over the meet-|that the Bill which outlaws the | countries whicn restric’ or bo! oe the major business be-| gon parallel ; = | wickets of the Colts for ol)
~~ St Sue a bee en asks Communist party would be put| Persian goods. A special au ee wieaaer’ ‘4 ‘ Ta wire er British Commonwealth troops ht fist oe i es oe
is $ first time i iS | j 7 » de as Y ce ad valorem duty \ oe} be t sday’s debate on the re- ho entere Sariwo aad . ired hurt when 79 and Jon
aoe of cee. heat om pe Aoay seed id glngp Ae: he ~4 it has fon ee be Me om aus ih it : | port of the Colonial Develo, meni| who entered Sariwon had untill | ees obit a8 ile batted wall
cillor that Dr. Massiah has acted , 4 Customs duties the Government | Corporation ’ @ On page 8 or the M.C.C.—-Reuter
as President of the Council, Senator N. FE. McKenna Deputy | snnounced..+ a aD aT Te he enn anspor
The Hon, J, D. Chandler is ouc| Leader of the opposition’explained |" ‘Traders here expert che few ;
oi iad ah Ma eel Ke Seat Ra ae | meme ee SH” SCQUTH ~=KOREANS PREPARE FOR
Challenor, who is Acting Presi-| attitude followed instructions from | with the United States which i ’
dent, could not attend yesterday’s| the Labour Party’s Executive, not one of the coun. 2s liabie

meeting.

,



BEGINNING OF

by

Yesterday morning at Seawell,

Reuter.

THE

to doubled rates.—Reuter,

END






shortly after 7.30 o’clock work on the cutting of the old runway began

Picture shows a B.G. Airways ‘plane taking off from the new runway, which is in the far background
In the foreground is a “Carryall,” which has just dumped its load of rock on the rock pile in the right

foreground.

The two men â„¢ the left of the picture are walking across the CUT.





President









POLITICAL BATTLE

17

syngman Rhee’s men

SEOUL, Oct.












of the North Korean people or to
tell how they react .to United










‘re putting on velvet gloves for Nations control and to subseque!
the next phase of the Korean authority of a treely elected Gov
Campnigr the political change- ernment ;
er I Most believé it is certain thet
rhe ‘ations has erdered Cemmunist elements will continue
G ay below the ‘o oppose a change i pegime and
$3°h perauiel, | uth Kerea support for. thom will de rend
ty a: operating in pertly on the policy lopted to-
the north through such wards several fundementa! issue
nts of s ate as th array, Polk
I ther officis One is the land redistributien
Six South Korean divisions are carried out b the Communi
reco dy in Neri Korea and Government. Though he Com
bservers believe it will take more munists largely nuilified the
jthan the United Nations vesslu- adwantages of this legislation by
on to move them heavy requisition of produce arj
There is now a direct conflict takings there might be serio:
between Syngman Rhee ond the trouble—particularly from farmer
United Nations which want to —if an atternpt was made to undo
up an international hority in this law
the north pending free elections Another issue is t tus
hrouchout the countr women. In the north they have
But some” observe eve received full eaualit with me:
South Koreans mig be prepared in fact as well as in Wome
to drop t i Oppcition to this 1 the sowh have not yet achieved
plan if South Korean armed forees position
ormed a large propertion of t Reports from the north say
Inited ons © t fst men in their twenties and
nder General MacAr hur hirties have particujarly apprec
Infou 1 quarters co ted their elevation from servility
ditions in the north v ! 5 retrocressi action
suitable for free electi would be courting trouble frora
than nine months this powerful women’s bloc in the
In the meantime uc elector
picture obscure B ere are de te that
It -~ t le Ss der
i k reful
1








magnanimous and enlightened in
their treatment of Nor'herners
realise they can
nothing by bitter reprisals
tary officers and civil
are coing what they can to pre

They achieve

ent olated cases of revenge on
Ce 1unist captives and a num-
t of offenders have been
pe hed

Scuin Korean soldiers have
been instructed to maintain the

bighest conduct towards the North

Korean people and by and large i] Sf 5 :
these instructions have been i be: 2 OY
obeyed % ‘ae

There have been no wild Me lo Cradition,
orgies of pillage and murder in



towns so far captured In some!
places soldiers have been warmly] r
‘J-omed
No tendency among civil offi- |
ae — -— _-, 3

cals to i) -treat South Korean: |
uspected of collaboration ha

| ;
been detected | \
in Seoul, for example, authori- Bs
ties have rounded up only 500} , or
t . ee Y ea ‘
Iw $< pen

suspects” out of a population of
1,500,000




whict show a con- 4:

siderable measure of restraint tgaretles

But while the temper of peo- | af
ple in the North remains un-i “ a -
known, Republican officials claim BY
that the South remains strongly
Anti-Communist. They say North!
Korear gained very few sup-/

orter luring their three-month

Reuter


PAGE TWO



IS Excellency the, Governor
will visit the -Belle Pumping
Station this morning at 9 o'clock

Old Harrisonian Society

HE reorganization of the Old
Harrisonian Society will bx
fully discussed on Tuesday 24th

October at 4.456 p.m. and the
Headmaster of Harrison College,
Mr. J. C. Hammond has invited
all Old Boys of the College to
attend a meeting which will be
held in the School Hall

Family Re-union

R. MICHAEL LAMBERT, son

of Capt. and Mrs. W. Lam-
bert arrived from Grenada over
the week-end by B.W.I.A., to
spend a few weks' holiday with
his parents, His mother has just
returned from a visit to England.

Michael is with Barclays Bank,

and has been in Grenada for abcut
ten months.

Old Coins
FTER veadi Carib’s little
note yesterday about a George
IV shilling, Mr. Percy Hinds of
Belmont Road sent me in two old
coins to have a look at, he collects
them. They are a Queen Anne
florin dated 1708 and a William
TV half crown dated 1836. He also

has a few+;other George III
shillings. Both are in excellent
condition.
Here For Two Wecks
RRIVING from Trinidad on

Sunday afternoon by B.W.I.A.
was Miss Mona Prada, who has
come over to spend her annual
leave with Mr. and Mrs. A. deK
Frampten in Navy Gardens.

Miss Prada is with the Royal
Bank of Canada in Port-of-Spain.
She expects to be here for two
weeks.

To Assume New Job
AJOR MARTIN HICKS who
is a Private Secretary and

A.D.C. to His Excellency Mr. K
W. Blackburne C. M. G., Gover-
nor of the Leeward Islands. has
recently retired from the South
Lancashire Regiment in order to
essume this job. He has seen
25 years’ service in the army. He
has spent years in West Africa,
Faroe Islands, India and Burma.
He was last stationed in Trieste
on the edge of the Iron Curtain.
On Honeymoon
MAR. AND MRS. NEVILLE
FOSTER. who were married
in South Trinidad on Sunday. are
snending their honeymoon in Bar- *
barins, staving at the Crane Hotel. ,.

Mrs. Foster is the former,
Patricia O'Connor daughter of,
Mr. end Mrs. Brian O'Connor of;
Palo Seco. 7 NENT



cure

BARBADOS. ADVOCATE

Ep nnnnneeennen nr
e

SAVED AGAIN MORE



MR. and MRS. STANLEY NICCOLLS left yesterday by B.W.1.A.

on_a short visit to Jamaica.

Mr. Niccolls is B.W.1.A’s Station Officer at Seawell.

Flying Through The W.I.

R. AND MRS. STANLEY
NICCOLLS left by B.W.1.A
yesterday morning for Jamaica
They will also visit Trinidad and
Grenada, before returning to Bar-
bados on Wednesday October 25th
Mr. Niccolls is B.W.1,A’s
Station Officer at Seawell, and is
at present on two months’ holi-
day,

Formerly In Chili

ISS EILEEN BONNEY, Com-
anion Governess to Mrs
Wagkburne and children has been

living in Chili for the past fifteen

years. She hopes she will enjoy
the climate in the West Indies as
well as she did in Chili. She has
found Antigua very sticky this
past week with the temperature
around 88°.

CRYPTOQUOTE—Here's how to work it:
AXYDLBAAKR
is LONGFELLOW
One letter simply stands for another In this example A is used
for the three L's, X for the two O's, etc. Single letters, apos-
trophies, the length and formation of the words @re all hints.
Bach day the code letters are different.

A Cryptogram Quotation

LI TQUL QVIL YL
GYMA TI AKLJ Y T
Cryptoquote:

JYTWJIS. ZYP KT
KRGW!-TQNOMKLR.

TWINKLE, TWINKLE, LITTLE

STAR! HOW I WONDER WHAT YOU ARE—TAYLOR.




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rocks three more ot the little coons
gather round Rupert and talk and
point in great excitement, ‘Oh
dear, I can't understand you,” he
says, “but | think | know what you
want. You're going to take me to
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ever he is mistaken. When
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nq sign of getting inte the boat.
One of them holds it while Koko
pushes the paddle a» Rupert.
or gtacious!" gaspy the little
bear, “you surely don't wont ame
to go there alone!’

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To Be Married Shortly

M's BETTY McRAE who is
a Sister at the General Hos-

pital, left by B.W.I.A. yesterday
morning for Jamaica.

She is shortly to be married to
Mr. John Simmers who is with
Barclays Bank in Jamaica

Great Success
f

FPTER WEEKS and weeks of
A hard work, rushing all over
St. John’s, Antigua, selling tickets
and making arrangements for a
children’s Fancy Dress Party in
aid of St. John’s Day Nursery,
Mrs. MacDonald, wife of Colonial
Secretary P. D. MacDonald, suc-
ceeded in staging a very pretty
show on Thursday.

Mrs. MacDonald experienced a
fair measure of anxiety that the
party might be ‘Doomed’ right up
to the point of the parade. For,
as soon as the eighty odd children
were lined up on the grounds of
Government House, a dashing rain
drove everybody indoors, For an
hour Mrs. MacDonald must have
had visions of 31st August when
the hurricane smashed her plans
on that date to be followed by
two other postponements,

The third t was for
a very good reason all the same,
because it was decided to await
i atrival of the new Governor's
wife.

Mrs. Blaeckburne made her first
public appearance on this occa-
sion and very i pre-
sented the prizes. Her two child-
dren Martin ang Jean jeined in
the procession in costumes of an
Apache and a Green Acorn re-
spectively.

In the evening,
of Mrs, Blackburne accompanied
her to a dance at the ‘Happy Acre
Hotel’ in aid of the same cause,
and sponsored by Mrs. MacDonald

who deserves great credit for her!

first great social work in Antigua,



dinner guests] .

NEWCASTLE
Movie serial hero Captain
Marvel is the idol of the chil-
dren of Hebburn-on—Tyne, Cou:
ty Durham, and for nine Satu:
day mornings they cheered }:

daring exploits to the echo,’
Episode Nine had ended witi
Marvel in dire amd deadly je: |
~-as it must in all od movie
# Tials The )oungs| of Yei.-
burn eagerly tiacked to the an

movbe theatre to see Episod
Ten, and relieve their week-
long agony of suspense.

But in the ineantime the movie
theatre had been burned down.
Then came the tears. The young-
sers would never know what
had occurred and the gallant
captain was ir such a spot.

Just as the youngsters w er c
preparing vo leave for the
homes Maurice Dawe, owner of
the burned cinemas, appeared on
the scene.

He was the one man who knew
what really happened to Marvel
Patiently Dawe explained how
the captain escaped death. ‘The
tears were ried and the sus-
pense was over. The children
returned happily homewards.
Their hero had been saved again

—LN.S.



Twenty-First Birthday —

ALVIN HILL son of Major

Gray’s Hill which is looking very

smart after the of ex-
tensive ove ee

banks were represented
among the woth ee as Alvin
is a clerk at Barclays Bank.

On Month's Holiday

R. EDWARD SMITH and his

daughter Iris arrived from
Trinidad yesterday morning by
B.W.1.A.. to spend a month's
heliday in Barbados They are
Staying at “Waverly” "1





Across
A. ae cab tomb ts anupher way
6. You are certainly aot keen on
Doctis ‘start istors
» ie 6 ‘© @0 _nistorica
figure. (9) 42. Thus tz }
| \3. Say the extreme. (5:
15. [6 comes after the toast. (5)
20. A welcome 10 ry)
21, Orien' i (5)
a Drink the on end. (3)
a4, Bid cy te ang work there ’
Down
i. [6 cap help or oppose 10 Down.
7) - 2. Note, (4)
3, like a gun. (8)
3: This tube i hucks. (5)
ye s Le
7. Popular meal in Scotland, (3)
8. They work for others. (8) |
10. — and 1 Down ts an offence. |
(7) 11. Spoil most of a bear. (4) |
14. Another sort of stile. (5) |
16. Birds. (5)
i7. We ask to get awry. (5)
19. A male, your majesty ! (4)
21. Get through or by. (3)
22. Like this, )
iH ft yesterday's puzzic.—A 2
1. “Stohinas: § Belority: ‘Henley: Th.
Eating tea; 15, Diddling; 14, Immature:
17, Age i is. err: 19, Siege 20.. Siew:
21, dor. Down: ‘1, hesians. v2.
Tread : 8 ‘oi : Syren: 5
Straggler; 7, In 3. Rend: 10
Stirred: ig, Glue: 6. Ergo.
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eae a P ROGRAMME "Paul HENRELD in * RAS on
: REID in “CONSPIRATORS” a
London tobaegenists meport that See in “CLO. DAGGER”
taking is increasing in Garry COOPER in “CLOAK

particularly among wo- WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 1%, 1950
7 a.m. Tne News; 7.10 a.m. News
wimutes at

on.

There ane now 500,000 regular
akers in the country, they
and $1,400,000 wortn

Men and women who are not

Close Down; 12 jews; 22. 10 |
allowed to sme@ke at work are|p.m. News Avaiysis; 12.28 p.m Music PI AZA
helping to boost the snuff sales,, | for party MA gh SMe nl iad ~ ae OISTIN
the tobacconists claimed. parbehens-S cas. The Manes $10 pat. Paramount's

ta.
is increasing among bus and taxi
drivers, these
court work and clergymen.

tobaeco
prices duving the inst few years,”
caid ene leading London
retailer,
the

who had the habit but now it
is the working classes who are | 10.
buying it.”

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So

a

Home News from Britain; 2.15 p.m

Sports Review; 2.30 p.m. Have a

3 p.m. = Concert a
3 4. .m.

The News Pp bit :

@ quarter of the snuff

About
kwers are women. The habit |

2

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2

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“Qnee it was mainly the rica

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SPECIAL MATINEE: TOMORBOW (THUBSDAY) 2 P.M.
Jimmy DAVIS in

“LOUISIANA”
IN MAY 1949 ALFRED HITCHCOCK’S

“ROPE

was released at the Oistin—Plaza and played to packed
Houses for one week. Im wesponse to mumerous
request we are now repeating:—

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Sir Cedric HARDWICKE and Others r

PLA ZA Glenn ee
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THIS IS NOT FOR THE OLD FOLKS

To the young men and women of this fair island home of yours. We
call it Barbados, you call it Little England. As we were saying to you
young folks—you are on the threshold of life—the one and only life on
this planet GOD has given you. What are you doing about life? That is
the $64.00 question. Are you living each day and improving pomaet
morally, socially, intellectually, ond Gnancialiy? Or are you
your life away? Are you keeping bad
you trying to live decently and i
your Country?

In other words are you a decent citizen or a potential “vagabond” or
“streetwalker”? search your eonscience—examine your life carefully to

this minute and see which category you belong. Answer Loom
don’t kid me because you will be ‘Lidding ourself. I was a yay

man, followed bad company and went to
ation with hardened Siminde I got out of Jail and went down a drain—
or sewer—and———?

But the time came and I fell in love with a beautiful girl and tried to
mend my ways, but it was too late s. Issey with my aa
“CRIME DOES NOT PAY” you will realize that when you see me as
“BAD MAN” in “THEY L BY NIGHT”. You ht not like the real

life role I portray—it’s tough—it’s rough—it’s a po: drama of love and
tears and heartbreak, but you will get a mew experience when you see
“THEY LIVE BY NIGHT” starting at

The GLOBE THEATRE

Friday October 20th









WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 18, 1950



WEDNESDAY and THURSDAY 8.30 P.M.



Friday, Saturday, Sunday, 8.30 pan. M/Ainee Sunday 5 pm.
MONOGRAM'S EXCITING WESTERN THRILLER! -
“STAMPEDE” Rod CAMERON snd Johnny Mack BROW

WED).ESDAY and THURSDAY
5 and 8.30 P.M.
McDonald CAREY — Paulette GODDARD
“BRIDE eae,
“TORNADO
with Chester MORRIS — Nancy KELLY
Opening FRIDAY (New) “DAUGHTER OF ROSY O'GRADY”



TO-DAY & TO-MORROW 5 & 8.30 p.m.
M.G.M’S Super Double

“Luxury Liner’?

Jane Powell, Xavier Cugat, George Brent

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

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

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Tourist Sees
Barbados
BY PLANE

Mr. JOHN BOGART, who lives
in Venezuela aha is at present
holi@aying in®'Barvados, gave
several of his Barbadian friends
a Wery great thrill on Sunday
aftefnoon, when he took them up
fot a ride in his private plane
over the island.

Mr. Bogart arrived here over a
week ago with his wife and two
friends and they are holidaying
at the Paradise Beach Club.

He had to make about four
trips betore everyone had a ride,
and each time he flew almost a
complete circuit of the island. His
plane holds‘ Six passengers,

It was-a-beautiful afternoon for
flying. “Gree off the runway at
Seawell, the Crane Hotel could
eaSily be seen, and it seemed that
in no time at all, the ’plane passed
over the coral reefs off Sam Lord’s
Castle,

With the great quantity of rain
the island has been having, Bar-
bados is a lovely sight, looking
down on fields of dark green
sugar cane, fields of grass of a
lighter, more yellow shade of
green. The countryside is very
much like a patch-work quilt,
looking at it from the air.

From Sam Lord’s the plane went
over Ragged Point Lighthouse, and
across to Bathsheba in a matter
of seconds. By road such a
journey would have taken well
over half an hour.

Travelling down the Bathsheba
coast to Chalky Mount, Mr. Bogart
then took his passengers across
country over Farely Hill down
to the St. Peter coast. Following
the coastline to Holetown, the
plane passed high over the “Nina”
which is now anchored off the
Holetown Dockyards, then down
to the Paradise Beach Club, which
he cireled once, so that Mr. Ward’s
youngest daughter could see what
her home looked like from the

From there Bridgetown was
reached in a few moments and he
flew across Carlisle Bay, up the

| Hastings coastline and so back to

Seawell.

Mr. Bogart expects to leave

; Barbados in about a week’s time,

but it is understood, that he hopes

; to return here in December.



Barbadians
Back Home

TWENTY-FOUR Barbadians
returned home from Bermuda
oe by the R.F.A. “Gold

ey were:— J Carter, U.

Williams, C. Hunt, C. H. Broome,

A. King, O. Collins, F, Flatts, 1.
Burke, H. Bellamy, D. Austin, S.
Kempton, C. A, Sqbers, J. Hunte,
L. Straker, His Gooding, O
Al e, E. Hunte, StC. Boyce,
StC, _Griffiths, L. H.
H. Evanson, W.

S. 2s
They have been discharged fron:
the Admiralty Employ on account

. of the closing down of H.M. Dock

Yards there,

The “Gold Ranger” sailed out
yesterday afternoon for Trinidad,
It is expected to call again at
Barbados around the end of the
month.

Delegates Appointed
For W.I. Conference

Mr. L. E. Ward (E) and Mr.
F, L. Walcott (L), were yesterday
appointed, at a joint meeting ot
the Legislature, the two delegates
to represent Barbados at the

, fourth session of the West Indian
_. Conference.

This Conference will be held in
Curacao from November 27 to
December 8, 1950.

Both Houses of Legislature then
passed addresses to His Excellency

» the Governor telling of their de-

cision in this connection.













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This picture was taken by one of the passengers who went up with Mr. Bogart in his plane on Sunday.
It shows Carlisle Bay from the air with the Garris on Savannah in the foreground and Pelican Island in

the background,



Left ‘Wing
Wants To Kill
“Goose”

CAPT, G, C. LYLE, who re-
turned by air on Friday after a
five months visit to Britain, the
French Riviera and Eire, told the
Advocate yesterday that he had
enjoyed looking up old friends,
and his visit immensely.

When asked what he thought of
the present financial conditions
in Britain, and the prospects for
the revaluation of the pound
sterling, Capt. Lyle said, that
although the serious problems of
the dollar gap looked as if it was
well on the way to being solved,
due chiefly to American Stockpil-
ing, resulting in very large pur-
chases at high prices of rubber.
tin, etc., from the Dominions and
colonies, so bringing a greatly in-
creased supply of dollars to Brit-
ain, it was clear from the latest
figures that the gap had been
transferred from the dollar to the
sterling area so that the vital
necessity for increased production
of good quality manufactures at
competitive prices for, export still
remained, if we were to pay our
way and stand on our own feet.
Industry was finding it increas-
ingly difficult to carry this out
owing to increasing manufactur-
ing costs, due to demands for
higher wages, to meet the steadily
increasing cost of living and the
excessive taxation of industry.

The danger of further inflation
in Britain was real, as owing to
the big re-armament programme,
industry would find it difficult to
increase production sufficiently to
provide the armaments, enough
goods for
purchase the food ahd raw mate-
rials on which
Britain de; ds and goods for
home market, with the result that
in the home market, there wo
be the primary cause of inflation,
namely too much money chasing
too few goods,

As to the revaluation of the
pound, Capt. Lyle considered it
unlikely and undesirable under
present conditions, as the gold
reserve was not high enough, and
the doliar problem might recur,
when American Stockpiling was
reduced.

General Election

Coming

Capt. Lyle thought that a Gen-
eral Election could not be long
delayed, and that the result would
be close unless something occur-
red to sway the floating vote to
one side or the other. He said
that it. was clear from the
speeches at the recent yearly
meeting of the Labour Party, that
the Left Wing of the Party were
gaining ascendancy, and were
swaying the party towards limi-
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Unauthorised
Motor Cyclists
To Pay For Ride

“THIS is a terrible thing to do
you might have killed people
while riding the motor cycle as
neither of you have a licence for
riding a motor bicycle,’ His
Worship Mr. E. A. McLeod told
Allan Pile of Cave Hill and Lionel
Barrow of Cleavedale Road, Black
Rock yesterday when he found
them guilty of riding a motor
cycle on Cave Hill Road witiioui
a licence and having the same
motor cycle in their possession

without the consent of the
owner.
For riding without a_ licence

they were both ordered to pay a
fine of £5 by instalments or in
default three months’ imprison-
ment and for using the motor
cycle without the owner's consent
each has to pay a 20/- fine.

The number of the motor cycle
is M-2538 a five horse power
Ariel and the owner is Clement
Nightingale a tally clerk of Bank
Hall. The motor cycle was badiy
damaged and compensation was
awarded in the sum of £12 both
defendants ordered to pay £6 each.

Nightingale said he left his
motor cycle M-2538 on the whart
and went off to a ship as he was
a tally clerk. When he returned
to shore he noticed that the motor
cycle was missing. He at once
went to the Central Police Station
and reported the matter, He
estimated that repairs to the
motor bicycle would cost well
over $100.





The Weather
TODAY
Sun Rises: 5.49 am. ;
Sun Sets: 5.42 p.m. 4
Moon (First Quarter) Octo-
ber 18. a

Lighting: 6.00 p.m. -
High Water: 10.42 a.m., 10.04

m.
YESTERDAY ‘

Rainfall (Codrington) .35 ins *
Total for month to Yester- a
day: 5.13 ins.

Temperature (Max) 84.5 °F. |/3 -

Temperature (Min) 75.5 °F.

Wind Direction (9 am) jy
N.NE. (3 p.m.) E.S.E.

Wind Velocity 8 miles per |,
our.

Boe ter (9 aim.) 20800 fF

..(3 pam.) 29.806

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Canalisation Of
Constitution Swamp

Mr. W. A. Crawford wants to
know if Government. will start
work immediately on the canali-
zation of the Constitution Swamp

This question was given notice
of by Mr. Crawford when the
House of Assembly met yesterday,

Mr. Crawford asked:—

In view of the general advan-
tages to be gained by reclamation
of q valuable land area,

the fact that the mechanical
equipment for the purpose-——-in-
eluding the light railway and tip-
ping waggons, has been acquired
and has been idle and rusting for
over three (3) years,

the opportunity which the pro-



ject provided for finding repro-
ductive employment for a con-
siderable number of the unem-
ployed,

the improvement which will re-
sult in the health conditions of
the locality, and

the positive danger which the
are, represents in case of serious
weather disturbances,

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ately commence work on the
canalization of the Constitution
Swamp?

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SEAWELL

AMONG the measures passed by the
Legislative Council yesterday was a bill tu
provide for the Management, control and
supervision of Seawell airport. The pro-
visions of the bill were long overdue and
the Legislature with commendable expe-
diency passed it.

The proper supervision of the only
airport in Barbados is a prime necessity.
In the first place it is imperative that
adequate protection against accident or
intentional damage be provided at a
place where the slightest mistake might
cause the loss of many human lives; and
secondly the heavy expenditure by the
British taxpayer, the Canadian Govern-
ment and the local government cannot be
productive of the desired results if the
airport is not properly conducted.

Many criticisms have been levelled
against the haphazard methods of looking
after the needs of Seawell but it is clear
now that these are being appreciated and
supplied.

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applications from’ airlines in Venezuela
and Martinique to enter Seawell airport.
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popular among people who have been en-
couraged to spend their holidays here. It
means business for the island and the
earning of dollars which are still sought in
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of the new runway and the possibility that
this will be opened to heavy traffic
within the next few weeks, Seawell needs
to be brought into line with other modern
airports. The present bill will go a long
way towards bringing about this happy
condition.

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to obtained at Seawell can now be
corrected,

The free and uninterrupted entry into
the airport of picnic parties and others on
sight-seeing tours has constituted a con-
stant source of anxiety, The staff which
needs strengthening, has been compelled to
keep almost a 24 hour watch for fear of
some unthinking visitor doing something
which might involve the safety of aircraft
landing.

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will be less anxiety over the conditions
at Seawell and the. means to take safety
measures for the protection of passengers
and aircraft landing there. Barbados bids
fair to become the most popular airport in
the East Caribbean, not only because of her
geographical position but also because of
the fact that she will be able to boast of an
airport attractive to pilots.

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road of progress. When large airline
traffic comes to Seawell with increased fre-
quency and. when aid has been given to
hotels. the influx of visitors here will de-
mand better accommodation, waiting and
rest rooms, and other facilities. Now is
the time to plan for this necessary expan-
sion.

SCHOOLS
THE interest which His Excellency is

showing in schools and in education gen-
erally is to be welcomed and it constitutes
an example which might well be followed
by others who are interested in education
and the general welfare.

Those who are in responsible positions
and on whose decisions the fate of many
institutions and people depend will find
that it pays dividends to make themselves
acquainted with the everyday working of
those institutions.

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when many of the schools, secondary and
elementary, have been given invaluable
help by people who have visited them and

who have seep their needs at first hand. —

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BARBADOS

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Health In The Americ2s

CIUDAD TRUJILLO, Oct. 10.
The XIII Pan American Sani-
tary Conference ended

possible, economic assistance to
various countries in order (9

with the signing of the Final Act the Western Hemisphere.

by delegates from the 21

American republics, France, the
United

Netherlands, and _ the
Kingdom, ~
Training of Health
Personnel

A new programme which will
lead to the improvement of
public health services throughout
the Western Hemisphere was
at the final plenary
session. The Conference author-
ized the Pan American Sanitary
Bureau to:

(1) Supplement public health
schools now functioning in
some countries by furnish-
ing technicians, granting
fellowships for training
teaching staff as well as
students, promoting courses
and seminars of continen-
tal interest, and subsidiz-
ing expansion and = im-
provements of existing
facilities for the training
of health personnel;
Encourage the development
of regional training centres
for public health personnel
of different categories, re-
commending courses and
demonstrations wherein
basic knowledge is the sub-
ject taught rather than
specialized studies, and
utilizing those national cen-
tres having sufficient experi-
ence and qualified teaching

staffs;
(3) Study the general and
specialized education cen-

tres connected. with public
health already existing on
the continent which desire
to serve as regional train-
ing centres and recommend
the establishment of mini-
mum requirements for the
operation of regional cen-
tres;

Recommend to Member
Governments that priority
be given to training techni-
cal and auxiliary personnel
in public health service ac-
tivities;

Promote in various coun-
tries the appointment of
adequately trained public
health mnel chosen on
the basis of their technical
abilities and_ incorporate
them into a fulltime system
of employment with guar-
antee of employment stab-
ility and adequate compen-

(4)

sation.
Malaria Control and
Eradication

All the countries in the Western
Hemispher: have been working
toward the control and eradica-
tion of malaria within their own
territories, some having solved
vhe problem completely and
cthers having made remarkable
progress toward the control of
raalaria. The Bureau will hence-
forth include among its pro-
grammes the development of such
activities necessary to intensify
and coordinate anti-malaria work
in the Americas by stimulating
existing programmes, facilitating
interchange of information, furn-
ishing tectnical and, wherever



Smallpox Priority
Programme
In line with the Pan Americana

Sanitary Bureau’s essential ob-

jective to prevent the interna-

national spread of communicable

disease, the Directing Council in
the Fall of 1949 gave priority to
the smallpox control pro; e
and a budget of $112,839.00 was
approved for the development of
co-operative smallpox pro-
grammes in the Americas. The
Conference resolved :

(1) To recommend to the Mem-
ber Countries the develop-
ment in their respective
territories of systematic pro-
grammes of smallpox vac-
cination and revaccination
with a view to eradication;
To develop these pro-
grammes under the aus-
pices of the Pan American
Sanitary Bureau which
in agreement with the
interested countries
shall take the necessary
measures to solve the prob-
lems that may arise in
‘smal'pox control, whether
of sdnitary, economic or
legal nature.

Rabies Control

In order to assist Member
Countries in their effort to control
rabies, the Bureau will be respon-
sible for the distribution of ade-
quate epidemiological information.
For .this purpose, the Member
Countries were requested to re-
port monthly to the Bureau cases
of rabies occurring in
animals.

Hoof and Mouth Disease

(Aftosa)
Hoof and mouth disease has

(2)

become an increasingly serious regional and
raising Programmes, even when such pro-

problem in the cattle
regions of South America. Upon
the request of the Organization of
American States, the Bureau has
prepared a project for an Aftosa
(hoof and mouth disease) Center

to health and to send additional
information available on public

today achieve malaria eradication from health upon request of the Execu-

tive Committee, The Director of
the Bureau was instructed to
publish all such information in
the manner most useful to Mem-
ber Governments. In view of the
foregoing considerations and in
order to avoid duplication of effort,
it was decided to discontinue the
periodic meetings of the national
directors of health. The purpose
of these meetings was to report on
the countries’ progress in public

Other Action Taken

The Conference acknowledgea
the generous offer of the Cuban
government to grant land on the
Isle of Pines for the establishmen.
of a social and economic researcl.
centre, and instructed the Execu-
tive Committee to study carefully
the information which the Cuban
government wishes to submit con-
cerning the work programme and
other aspects of the propo$ed cen-
tre. The Director of the Bureau
was instructed to transmit this
information to Member Govern-
ments with the Executive Com-
mittee’s observations and recom-
mendations.

Member Countries not yet
having done so were encouraged
to adopt a system of fulltime em-
ployment for their technical per-
sonnel guaranteeing them stability

of employment, promotion or:
merit basis, and adequate com-
pensation.

The Conference also reaffirmed
the conviction that health prob-
lems should be considered on the

man and basis of need as well as on a basis
of request by countries, and urged
the Member Governments to sup-
port fully the projection within
their territories of international,

continental health

grammes may not appear of
immediate primary importance to
em.
In order to promote the great-

est possible attendance and par-

in the Americas. The Conference ticipation in the meetings of the

approved the Bureau's action

and World Health Organization,

the

authorized it to participate in the Conference recommended to Mem-
organization of this

center until

ber Governments that “they take

such time as some other special- greatest interest in having their
ized agency of the Organization of representatives attend the next
American States is prepared to World Health Assembly which
take full charge, on condition that meets in Geneva in May 1951.”

the financing of the center be

The Director of the Pan Ameri-

provided by funds other than the can Sanitary Bureau was author-

Bureau's.

Progress Reports by
Member Governments

ized to transmit to the Director-

General of the World Health Or-
ganization for
the Technical Assistance Pro-

his consideration

The Conference resolved that Tamme and Budget for 1951 of

Member Governments be request-
ed to report every two years to
the Bureau the action taken, and
progress achieved towards i

agreements, Member

were also requested to communi- American Sanitary Bureau,

cate promptly to the Bureau im-
portant laws, regulations.

reports, and statistics pertaining established in

, official Or,

the WHO Regional Office, since
it amplifies and complements con-
siderably the projects and activi-
_ ties of the World Health Organi-
zation.

At its first plenary session, the

Conference re-elected Dr. Fred L.
Soper as Director
American Sanitary Bureau for a

of the Pan

of the Pan
Re-
Office of the World Health

was permanentiy
the United States.



Irish Painters Lack Originality

LONDON.

Opposite Westminster Cathedral,
where for the past week cefebra-
tions marking the centenary of
the restoration of the Roman
Catholic Hierarchy in Great Brit-
ain have been taking place, is the
Ashley Gallery. Its present col-
lection is, appropriately, devoted
to religious works: the paintings
of five Irish artists.

In by-gone times, religion used
to be a popular source of inspira~
tion, both to sculptors and paint-
ers, Indeed, the Church was one
of the great patrons of the world
of art. Today, however, religious
themes are rare and for this rea-
son a collection like that at the
Ashley Gallery is of special in-
terest.

Yo my mind, those Irish paint-
ers do not compare with the
painters of religious themes of the
past; there is neither the depth,
nor the technica] skill nor the
imagination in their work, which
is imitative rather than original.
The simplicity and devotion of
the Primitive is lacking as also
is the skill and wide scope of the
Renaissance masters,

Vine most talked of
“Lot and his daughters,” by Dan
iel Q’Niell, who has been de-
scribed as a “prodigality”. It is
a remarkable work, painted with
the colours of Turner and in his
vivid and arresting manner, O’
Neill has educated himself on re-
productions of Old Masters and his
ether exhibits would seem to de-
rive for the main part from the
Spaniard, El Greco, “Lot and his
Daughters” has a brilliance but
though splendid and intense in
its fiery colour, it has a» weak

painting is

foreground. with a badly placed

figure group.
“The Triumph of Saint Patrick”

By Mary Burnett

an oil by Richard King, stained
glass worker and designer of some
of Eire’s postage stamps, has a
grandeur and dignity of its own,
and is in my judgment, the one
painting to achieve a real devo-
tion, solidity and religious fervour.

The Irish artists are said to be
working under no traditional in-
fluence like Irish writers who
have succeeded Yeats and Joyce.
This is claimed to be the reason
for their originality and experi-
ment. But in this exhibition, at
least, I found only imitation, in-
spiration . coming from former
Masters yather than from the
theme or the personalities of the
painters themselves.

A newly opened exhibition is
that of Dora Khayatt at the Red-
fern Gallery. Her oils are lyrics
in colour; spontaneous melodies
in paint, Dora Khayatt is an
Egpytian who has been painting
only three years but in this short
period, she has produced an enor-
mous quantity of work and de-
veloped a great facility with her
medium.

Landscape is her province, oil
her medium and the palette knife,
rather than the brush her instru-
ment, In her enthusiasm and ex-
uberance, she is inclined to let her
knife run away with her paint in
a wild bright riot of colour, pleas-
ing even though higgledly-pig-
gledly, but without much idea of
texture or form.

In the many instances where
she does discipline herself, realis—
ing that conscious thought must
contre! her inspired fingers, she
shows that she already is — and
certainly will continue to be — a
, painter of more



ability and one with a lively
imagination,

Sir Gerald Kelly, P.R.A., has
many works on view at the
Leicester Gallery, covering a
period of 40 years from 1909. Sir
Gerald is known, principally, as
a portrait painter, one whom
Somerset Maugham describes as
being “prepared to sink his own
individuality and devote himself
to the sole purpose of sincerely
representing that of his sitter’.

This exhibition takes us away
from the portiaits and shows his
Burmese studies. Grace is the
characteristic of these paintings—-
a quiet rather than an obvious
grace, capturing the feeling of the
East which so many Western
painters miss. The faithful repre—
sentation, which is a feature of his
work, is there, but in a more
interpretive than
fona.

In another room at the same
gallery are pen drawings by
Ronald Searle. He is known to
the public chiefly for his carica
tures of English schoolgirls, bur-
lesques of British girlhood at
burlesqued boarding school, St.
Trinian’s.

This exhibition of black and
white glimpses of Paris takes us
away from caricature and shows
Séarle as a real draughtsman, in--
finitely clever with his pen, hand—
ling with equal facility and skill
architecture, portraiture, figures,
flowers and landscape, These all

every stroke is worth—and more
than worth—the very reasonable
prices that he asks. [t would no‘
be an exaggcration to describe
these studies as real masterpieces

than ordinary of penmanship.



reproductive |

———— Syn-fish

\scheduled to discuss the experiments in de-

Pyongyang |
Ry IRVING LEVINE

SEOUL.
North Korean Premier Kim I Sung and

his strictly 20th century communist regime
are preparing for their last ditch stand in a
city founded twelve centuries before the
Christian era.

The oldest city and first capital of Korea
is Pyongyang, now the final stronghold of
communist Koreans and the main goal of
powerful United €Nations forces driving
northward along the main highway from
Kaesong.

Although population figures for Pyongyang
are vague because of the lack of statistics for
the last five years under the Reds and for
several years before that under the warring
Japanese, the generally accepted figure is
400,000 for the city proper, plus perhaps
another 200,000 or 300,000 in the surrounding
suburbs.

Pyongyang is on the banks of the Taedong
River which the Japanese called Daidoko—a
navigable stream running 30 miles north-
eastward from Chinnampo which is Pyong-
yang’s major port.

But more important from the viewpoint
of communications, Pyongyang is the hub
of every rail and major highway in North
Korea. A mere study of the Korean road
map shows the importance of this ancient
capital of the Kii-Cha Kings, who fled from
China in the 12th century B.C. and formed
the first kingdom in Korea.



The main trunk railroads, Japanese built,
runs through Pyongyang all the way up to
Sinuiju, just across the Yale River from
Antung in Manchuria.

A long railway bridge between the two
Yalu cities connects the Korean railroad
with the old south Manchuria railway lead-
ing to Mukden.

Two main spurs lead off this double-
tracked railroad in northwest Korea. East-
ward, a single track connects Pyong-
yang with all main points all the way to
the Soviet border and into Soviet Siberia.
It connects with the Russian railroad leading
to the Port of Vladivostok.

The main highways in Korea roughly
duplicate this rail network.

As all other ancient capitals, Pyongyang
was selected for its natural defensive posi-
tion,

The 3,200 year old city is heavily stocked
with mementoes from the past. The rem-
nants of its defensive walls with five gates
still stand. ;

Japanese and Chinese battled in Pyong-
yang in Elizabethan times, Hideyoshi’s
Christian General Konishi taking the city in
1592 but then being pushed out by numeri-
cally superior Chinese forces.

Japanese and Chinese troops battled in
the Pyongyang sector again in 1894 when a
Chinese battery on Botan-Dai, one of
several hill peaks in the northwest corner of
the city, seriously hampered a Japanese
advance.

Ancient Buddhist relics abound in Pyong-
yang. There is a five-storied pagoda near
Yei-Meiji, the ruins of a Buddhist Temple
which once was the headquarters of all tem-
ples in North Korea.—LN.S.



LONDON.
Britain fish and chips shops may start
selling synthetic fish—if experiments prove
successful.
The National Fish Friers’ Federation is

tail at an executive meeting next month.



|invited to return to “manufacturing in a big
sell between $ and 40 guineas and] way if reports already received are con-



j thing is said about the bones.—INS,



Jackson Tomlinson, the federation’s sec-
retary, said that the inventor, a former fish
frier in Britain now living abroad, will be

firmed.”

Tf marketed, it will be called Syn-fish. It
is said to look, smell, and taste like fish, to
be more palatable and nourishing—but no-






POOR OPPOSPP IPE

Peace

.
To the Editor, The Advocate, 4
SIR,—Here is a peace plea_writ-'
ten on Poppy Day, 1943, in mem-
ory of heroes.
“Peace, peace how shall the heavens
decide
What God has nourished to Goctly
things o’er-ride
And warriors bent to do the bid
Of war-mongers who seek not live”
War, War, the skies bloody red
But not with the sunset that hangs
‘o'er the dead,
‘The Poppies that grow spenk of Peace
‘bought by woe
But broken asunder by weapons anit

foe.
Dead, dead the dead that sleep
Sent messages from on high,
That mothers weep, that the
shall shriek
If men by Wor must

earth

diet"

MOTHER .
\mas

To the Editor, The Advocate,
SIR,—I am heartily sick of this
rushing of Xmas, it is a violation
of God's principles. People are
already rushing the buses and
becoming panicky with this Xmas
talk. A better way would be for
an opening of Store doors as the
Tourist season is on, and busi-
ness is being retarded by th
shutting of doors, making Bar
badians the greediest of peopl
and discommoding the public
People who preach progre i
way, must be sleepy-headed
SHOPPER

this

To the Editor, The Advocate,
SIR,—May I say a word of

~praise on behalf of the two

Chinese Restaurants opened?
This is indeed a step forward,
and we hope visitors will appre-
ciate this effort.

More unity can be brought by
being cosmopolitan, and more
world-friendliness is needed.
“Love worketh no evil.”

“Let us be friends” is a good

slogan. Those who are promo-
ters must be acclaimed, We are
not forgetting, however our
English tea-rooms. y
DINER.
Everything

To the Editor, The Advocate,
SIR,--If I were asked “What's
wrong with Barbados,” I'd say
“everything is wrong” and we
all should try to make it right.
Buses should never have been
moved, until a modern stand was
ready. We want the best for
Sidgetown, and makeshifts are
appearing everywhere, and spoil-
the City, Every now ana
then a little perch appears in-
stead of proper improvements
Transportation is a way behind,
iso Hotel accommodation and
nitation, Taking a morning
alk through Bridgetown i
seating. Why wen't = alley
ts washed I't yould

ing

wi stree
lp unemployment

RIGHT

ESCAPED FROM -HELL”

LONDON,
I have just escaped from a
Red “hell.” People who live

calm, sheltered lives can never
know whet we felt.

My picture of present-day
Czechoslovakia is one seen
through the eyes of the unhappy
housewife.

are now forced
to work. The communist bosses
substitute women for men
wherever it is possible. Women
do all but the heavy work in
factories,

Hundreds of factories, have
been changed to war production
during the past six months, And
it was announced recently that
from Cctober all women whose
children were over the age of
three would have to work in
ammunition plants,

Most women

That decree, of course, made
my husband and myself more
than ever determined to. escape

The Russians have discovered
a much larger uranium deposit
n Czechoslovakia t is realised

E anc I mining
expert, but I must be



no



know it

By Mrs. Doly Prehal

colossal when ail Prague is talk-
ing about the hundreds and
thousands of men from all over
the country who are being sent
to “the mines.” They are not
coal] mines,

gades have now no one to whom
they can turn.

There is today a terrible purge
in the Czech communist party
The traitors who betrayed us
have now been disillusioned by

But the Russians know that their Russian masters. They are
many expert Czechoslovakian not trusted by Moscow. They
pilots, like my husband, have are hated by their own people,
escaped from the country, and and, unlike us, can not even flee

from the country. They have
literally nowhere to go — but to
the hangman,

Our method of hanging, inci-
dentally, is not like in America
or England. There

these pilots know exactly where
the mines are, and no camou-
flage would fool them. They
could be bombed out of use in
one carefully planned raid.

is no drop.

Czechoslgvakian housewives We kick a chair out from under
are miseraBle. We had to send them. Sometimes it takes 20
our children to state schools minutes.
where they learn communism all For the rest, life in Prague
day long. The only antidote since 1948 became worse each
comes when they go to the Sun- month, It is hard to describe how

day School in the Roman Cath- gradual was this process because,

olic churches, but priests are like people in jail, we lost track
being arrested each week and of time.
they fear to say too much. We became used to having our
mails opened, our houses watched,
People in Prague who loved and I cannot remember the exact
Jan Masaryk and who sorrow date when my husband warned
over what we will always regard me I must cease visitil English
as his murder rejoice over the and American frien rhey
constantly-increasing purge f&t turn, did not t isit me, They

rests of communists. These rene- understood

I hope to start re-living a good
normal] life now, but I still look
over my shoulders when I go out.
And I am still a little afraid of
these big friendly English police-
men, They do not ever carry
revolvers or clubs.,.but that is
what living under communism
does to you

I have lost track of all my
English and American friends be-
cause I could not write to them.
In Czechoslovakia, a person want-
ing to send a letter abroad must
first produce his identity card
and give details of the letter—all
of which is then turned over to
the police. Few people dare send
letters out of the country under
these circumstances.

Finally, and as a last word, I
must confess my beloved country
has the worst black market in Eu-
rope. People have lost the sense
of honesty

took pride. «tl

We will live again—a free peo-
ple—but it will take many years
to restore the native integrity that

been Prague for a 1,000 years.
—LN.S.




in which we always

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“ WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER i& 1950

BARBADOS ADVOCATE



House
Nationalizes
Natural Gas

From Poge 1.
in natural gas having been vested |

May Be

in the Governor-in-Executive
Committee.
These negotiations having

proved unsuccessful it was con-
sidered that the Government
should proceed to undertake the
supply of natural gas under pub-
lic ownership.

Accordingly this Bill seeks to
establish a Corporation for the
urpose of recovering and dis-

buting natural gas in order to
— Supply of such gas a8 | detail the co

The Government have also been
conducting negotiations with the| Fortunately, the agreement at
Company with a view to acquiring | Presen’ between the Govern-
the pipeline and other necessary | â„¢ent and B.U.O.C. was that they
equipment to enable the recovery, { should continue ther operations

bution and supply of naturaj | in the same way under a fifty-
gas to be continued without inter- ; fifty basis.
ruption. The Company however Any questions thai the Hon.
is not willing to sell immediately ; Members wanted to ask, he was
such pipeline and equipment. anxious to answer on behalf of

dat rag ‘ f the Government. He was im-
As it is intended that this com-}°).\“j., - He was im
modity should be carried on as a| ? loring members to criticise the

nationalized industry, it is but he asked them nov to
|

Challenor, the Acting Presi

The Council passed resolut



mmniunications between
Government and B.U.O.C.



sidered essential that such pipe-|™@*€ @ny suggestions from the

line and equipmer? showld belong | #9 except they intended to
to the Corporatiou, and should be | @ck them,
transferred to and vested in the} The question of equipment

came up and B.U.O.C. were very
unreasonable in the negov.ations.

He was giving the House the
solemn assurance that as far as
the negotiations with B.U.O.C.
were concerned, the question of
nationalisation — although it was
the policy of the Govérnment —

Caan at the earliest oppor-

. Provision is therefore made for
the transfer to the Corporation of
the eres and equipment of the
British Union Oil Company Lim-
ited and the vesting of such pipe-
line and equipment in the Cor-
poration and the payment of com-

never arose unti i
pensation therefore. The amount brought ue ntil the B.U.OC.
of such compensation may be Mr. Mottley (E.) said that: he

agreed upon between the Corpor-
ation and the Company, but fail-
ing agreement, shall be deter-
mined by arbitration.

waS going to object to the second
reading of the bill. The reason
was that the members of the Oppo-
sition should have more time to

Mr Adams. (L) said that it | 0 into the matter thoroughly,
was merely a necessary bill to =
carry out the policy of the}, The bili was given notice on

Government. Or else it could have | Tuesday last and the honourable

been regarded as a serious matter. members did not get it before last

One could not help noticing |Saturday. ‘The bill was of such
what was said in some sections |#Mâ„¢portance that the honourable
of the press as to the proposais|â„¢embers should have become

reasonably acquainted with it be-
fore they sat and merely ran
through it.

He was sure that the Govern-

for legislation and the policy of
the Government.

He said that the Government
has approved of the principle as

Sea Island Cotton Goods:

Free Of Duty

For One. Year

THE LEGISLATIVE COUNC&L met at 3 p.m. yesterday.} bill to amend the Fancy Molasses
The Clerk offered an excuse for the siseaoe of Hon. R| / ”



: Can Continue |
Imported To Be Exported

IN ORDER to allow certain}
exporters of fancy molasses to;
export 159,241 wine (gallons of
molasses, now in their possession,
which under the existing legisla-
tion, cannot legally be exported
after May 31, 1950, the Legisla-
tive Council yesterday passed a

“| It was explained in the Objects

dent of the Council. {and Reasons of the bill that the

The Hon. Colonial Secretary laid the Annual Report of the| Fancy Molasses Control ad Mar-
Superintendent of the Market for the year 1948-49. | keting Board had

recommended
ions:— jto Government to permit the ex-

‘porters of the fancy molasses in

For the sum of $153,829 to sup- Suns ; aa
plement the Estimates 1950-31, ican * a
Part I, Current, as shown in the!” This amount of molasses was
Supplementary Estimates 1950-51,| manufactured during the 1948-49
No. 19, which form the Schedule | crep before the 3ist of August.
to this Resalution: | 1949, and had not been exported

For the sum of $15,000 to sup-|on_ the 3lst of May, 1950. The
plement the Estimates 1950-51,/| failure to export this molasses
Part Il, Capital, as shown in the | Was due to:
Supplementary Estimates 1950-51, (@) The Canadian Government
No. 24, which form fhe Schedule | refused to allow such
to this Resolution: | molasses to enter Canada

To approve the allocation of the | ee the 3ist of December,
oalance of the stabilisation fund | arti thi es
fixed on the 2lst September, 1950, (>) Re-conditioning of

export the

1949

molasses was necessary

by the Governor-in-Executive i j

. ; ae due to high mois con-

Committee on the advice of the tent 7 enn Sr
“denen * : | . sae

Fancy . Molasses Control and | (c) Re-conditioning took time

Marketing Board under the pro- |
visions of section 10 of the Bar-|
bados Fancy Molasses Production
and Export Act, 1937.

For the sum of $281 to meet the
cost of travelling and out of
pocket expenses of the invitees
from the House of Assembly and
the Legislative Council to the
opening ceremony of the Legisla-
tive Council appointed under the

and it was not possible to
make shipment by the 31st
of May, 1950.

THE production of fancy mo-
lasses in the year ending the 31s!
ef August, 1950, has fallen short
by 344,143 wine gallons of the
total production quova approved
by Government for that year
The Board is of the opinion that
as the amount of fancy molasses




















{new Trinidad and Tobago con- carried over from the previous
stitution, year, namely 159,241 wine gal-
Jons, is less vhan the short fall

Cotton Goods Bill Passed

The Council passed bilis:—

To provide for the importation
invo this Island free of duty
} for a period of one year of goods
made from Sea Island Cotton.

in production in 194%-50, the ex-
port of the amount carried over
would not conflict with the ob-
jective of the Act, since vhe ori-
ginal approved total export quits
for 1949-50 of 5.360.595 wine gal

Fancy Molasses |

_ Seawell Airstrip |

Production and Export Act, 1937, {| Police Constable to arrest any

PAGE FIVE



Will Be Enclosed |

PEOPLE, animals and vehicles will now be controlled when
they are at Seawell Airport. The Legislative Council yes-
terday passed a Bill granting the Governor-in-Executive
Committee the power to make regulations for the manage-
ment, Control and Supervision of Seawell Airport.

The bill also gives power to an,
ea y | raised by Hon. V. C. Gale, it was

impossible for a number of rea-
sons to name a specific date in
which the regulations would be

It was of course the inten-
tion of the Governor-in-Executive
Committee to lay the regulations

person who infringes any of the
Regulations made under the bill.

In moving the second reading
of the bill, the Hon. Acting Colo-
nial Secretary said that it was of
paramount importance that they A ‘
control people, animals and almost immediately.
vehicles at Seawell, especially on| Hon'ble G. D. L. Pile thought
account of the dangers that arose; that the matter was sufficiently
from the wandering of animals} important for them to have a date
over the runway and other parts} named by which time the regula-
of the aerodrome. tions would be laid. He knew

They had peoples’ lives at stake} that the paths of the Governor-
and it was essential that the Gov-| in-Executive Committee were
ernor - in - Executive Committee} payed with good intentions but
control movement | he would move that they postpone
debate on the bill until they
could be assured of a specific date
within which the regulations
would be laid.

The Hon. the Acting Colonial
Secretary said that the bill was
urgent. They must get down to
regulating traffic at Seawell. The
manager of Seawell Airport had
been rushing them to do it. He
would not like any delay at the








Why not eno

AMERICAN -TYPE
CIGARETTE

take steps to
there.

Another part of the bill dealt
with the provision of powers to
arrest persons on the aerodrome,
lt was not always possible to go
through the ordinary legal proce-
dure, It might be necessary for
a man to be removed at once
and the power to arrest was
essential.

The Hon'ble V. C. Gale thought
that the

term “the regulations

should be laid before each house i
of the Legislature as ne they moment.

were made was too ambiguous. Specific Date

It would have been better in the He however would assure



case of regulations as important
as those, if some specific date had
been mentioned,
Fence Necessary

Hon'ble G, B. Evelyn said that
he had suggested several years
ago that the airstrip should be
enclosed, He thought that a fence
would have more value in keep-
ing animals off the runway than
any regulations that could only
apply to people and_ vehicles.

he Hon. Acting Colonial Sec-
retary said that he should have

he would draw to the atten-
tion of the Governor-in-Executive
the views of the
members who had
of a_ specific

Committee
honourable
spoken in favour
date being given, but he hoped
that honourable members would
not make that a reason for post-
poning the resolution, — ’

Hon. G. D. L. Pile said that in
view of those remarks he would
withdraw his motion.

the Council at that stage ‘|
|

WHEN CONSTRUCTING



to the nationalisation of minerals,

The Government had not
attempted to run publicly owned
or natural industries because it
was considered sufficient merely
for the Government to own them.
The time might not be long that
millicns might be lost and the
Government would be in the

ment would not have liked to see
a bill of that magnitude raided
over without constructive criti-
cism coming from the Opposition.
at “There is a principle involved
in this bill,” said Mr. Mottley; and
the heckle came: ‘What is the
principle?” No answer came,
MF. Mottley said that they, the
Opposition, were not wedded to

happy position of having collected f nationalisation. There were, how-

some revenue from the operation

and members of the opposition |
might consider themselves for- |
tunate in the policy which has |

been adopted.

One agreement which had been
entered between the Government
and the company was that the
receipt of income from natural gas
or oil would be compensated by
the Government in money, or by

pany in a similar position as it
was before.

It was unfortunate that the
Government and B.U.O.C., who
alone own the wells of commer-
cial fuel would not reach an
agreement, he said, because the
Government was prepared to put
the B.U.O.C., in the same position
as it had been as if the Petroleum
been conceived,

Act had never
let alone passed. F :
He was not prepared to give, in

means of licence putting the com- | objects and

over- quite a number of the mem-
| bers of the House who were wed-
ced to nationalisation,

: He did not even see a compro-
| mise for nationalisation, he said

j Mr. Adams rose to a point of order
to draw to the attention of the
Deputy Speaker that Mr. Mottley
was out of order but the Deputy
| Speaker made no ruling. ..Mr.
i Mottley pointed out where the
reasons of the bill
spoke of nationalisation. He quoted
“as it is intended that commodity
should be carried on as a nation-
aliced industry’.

He said that everything possible
should be done in Barbados to
prevent the closing down of the
two wells at Turners Hall. Natural
Gas was a gift that they could
really see and they had heard and



read from the Lepper Report about |

a bath of oil. That was something



Commissioners of Christ Church

reading of the bill pointed out that

mio bAdmad a hats lons would not be exceeded and explained that it was the inten- The bill was then passed. ‘
a EES Saat A ietcet: has recommeuded that the neces-| tfon that the airstrip would be OPPOSE
of the Seawell irport; sory action be vaken to make it}fenced. He realised that the PCCD SODROIOES o %
; To authorise — the — Highway |joegally possible for the 159,241 pregulations would not have any | * OR REPAIRING A
Commissioners of Christ Church] wine gallons n question to be| effect on animals but they hoped ° *
to increase the travelling allow- | exported by the 3ist of Decem-| that the fence would, New Arrivals at $
oo pees to their Inspector] per 1950, With regard to the other point > BUILDING
of Highways: ' The Hon. Acting Colonial Sec- x
To authorise the Highway retary in moving the second WEATHERHEAD'S |













to pay a gratuity to James Hart
and Albert Beckles out of High-
ways funds;

To authorise the Vestry of the
parish of Saint Philip to raise a
loan not exceeding £5,000 to re-
pair the Parish Church, Chapels
Parochial Buildings of the said
parish;

To amend the Barbados Fancy
Molasses Producvion and Export
Act, 1937.

The Council furtheg postponed
la Bill to amend the Colonial
; Treasurer’s Act, 1891 and then
adjourned sine die.

| PAY ASKED FOR
SICK NURSE

Mr. W. A, CRAWFORD at
yesterday’s meeting of the House
of Assembly gave notice of the
following question:

In view of the special circum-
stances of the case, will the Gov-
ernment grant full leave with pay
for the period of her illness and
convalescence to the nurse who
has contracted a serious disease in
| the execution of her duties at the
| Barbados General Hospital for
which it is proposed to send her
\to a Trinidad Sanatorium for
' treatment?











those stocks of molasses could not
be exported without the legal
authority which the passing of
vhe bill would give.

He apologised for “rushing”
the bill throvgh the Council, as
it had only been circuiated tha:
day but he assured honourable
members that there was need for
expediency in dealing with tne
measure since it was possible that
there would be opportunity for
the export of fancy molasses to
Canadian River Ports, within Une
next few days.

Hon. G. D. L. Pile seconded
and the bill was passed through
all its stages,

What's On Today

Meeting of Chamber of Com-
merce at 2.00 p.m,

Police Band at Bay Street
Esplanatle at 4.45 p.m.
Mobile Cinema, Groves Ag-
ricultural Station Yard, St.

George at 7.30 p.m.

Cuke-Skinner





Peasant Proprietors
Dissatisfied With
Crops’ Prices

MR, W. A. CRAWFORD is en-
quiring of Government if they
are aware of the dissatisfaction
among peasant proprietors and
small cultivators with regard to
prices paid for the 1948, 1949 and
1950 crops,

Mr. Crawford gave notice of
questions relative to» this at yes-
terday’s meeting of the House of
Assembly.

He asked

PSPSPS OOS SOO PS SSS SOOO SO OOS OPPS AA

XMAS CARDS —.
6 Lovely Cards in a Box
with envelopes
at 1/8, 1/9, 2/3 per Box.

For INVALIDS —
ARMOUR’S. CALF'S
FOOT JELLY.
Very Nourishing —
Digested—2/6 Bottle.

FIREWORKS OF ALL
DESCRIPTIONS
ee See us for Wholesale
Prices of Sparklers
12 SPARKLERS in a Pack-
age for 14c,

Easily

Is Government unaware of the BO M B § — COLOURED
fact that considerable dissatisfac- MATCHES DEVILS —
tion exists on the part of asant WHEELS

proprietors and small cultivators
generally with regard to the prices
paid for the 1938, 1949 and 1950

cane crops?

and 50 other kinds of
PAIN’S FIREWORKS.



PLL LPC LPLL SPSS OPEE PEEPS LIE

ALWAYS USE

‘-EVERITE’

ASBESTOS-CEMENT

CORRUGATED

Is Government unaware that %
estimated from available figures | X% % sah
as to the total value of a ton of |%& x ~ -
sugar, the average costs of manu- x D x ;
facturing. raw, muscovado sugar % zt
and fancg_molasses, other produc- | ¥ x
tion costs and the average recov- | %
ery of sugar factories, the prices . %
paid for canes during these three x
(8) years are less than what the |% 066700. ene

value of sugar would have afford-





@On page 8.







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~~ = . ie “i
a FIVE STAR GAAS’ the new, Dagenhamouilt, Ford Gonsul and
and beauty to the motorist.

independent front wheel suspension with built-in shock absorbers;
centre-slung seating and hydraulic brakes.

“FIVE STAR" MOTORING

Now, for the first time in any
British car, the new Ford models
embrace’ five of the most sought-
after features of motoring. Both

designed for

EW BRITISH FORDS

Engineering features never before incorporated in any one make of Brit-
ish car are combined to give owners strength, power, comfort and safety in their motoring. Powered by
overhead valve cngines, the four cylinder (1508 ce) Consul and six cylinder (2262 cc) Zephyr Six have

Behind Dagenham's first new
post-war models lies a long story
of patient research into world
markets, and these cars have been
universal appeal.
Their modern appearance is only
the outward sign of what is in

Case Continues

RETRIAL of the Cuke-Skinner
action for damages continued
yesterday in the Court of Common
Pleas before His Honour the Chief
judee, Sir Allan Collymore and a
special jury, It continues to-day,
Wrigin cf the case was a colli-
ion which occurrcd on November
’, 1947, on C oheton Hill, St. Lucy,
»etween the Cuke's car L-11 and
Skinner’s L-4, Cuke’s right knee
cap was broken, and he is seeking
damages for personal injurics
The case has already been tried
in the Court of Common Pleas,
and ended in a verdict in favour!
of C .ke. Skinner took the matte!
to the West Inlian
Appeal, anid that Court at Ns last



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sitting here early this yeur
ordered a retrial. i

In the original Common Pleus ,
hearing the jury awarded Cuke
£1,500 general damages and |

£4, 3s. 7d. specia! dama/‘ es
In the retrial now in progress |



Cuke is represented by Mr.’
|D. H. L. Ward instructed by
Messrs. Hutchinson & Banfield,

while Skinner is represented by
Mr. W. W. Reece, K.C., instructed
by Messrs. Carrington & Sealy.
Both Counsel addressed the
jury yesterday. The Chief Judge



i acanert
| RAIN MAN

TWO MEN stood at the cross
roads on Broad and Prince Wm
Henry Streets yesterday at 2 p.m.
as Meavy rain poured down,

One was the Policeman on traf-
fic duty at that point, and the
other a one-leg man with crutches
named Arthur Jones, a _ well-
known figure around the
streets. And while the Policeman
buttoned up his ram coat beneath
the shelter of his hugs umbrella,



Zephyr Six, bring quality, dignity

integral steel bodies; “flow ride,”

der car to be built at Dagenham,

Of the many special attractions
in both cars, attention is drawn
to the built-in fresh air ventila-
tion system, the ample luggage
space at the rear, amounting to
no less than 15 cubic feet, the re-



the 4-cylinder Consul and the 6- reality a new British develop- markable all-round range of Jones removed his tattered cap,
cylinder Zephyr Six combine ment in fuxury motoring at vision for both driver and pas- oe ee eae wiug a
O.HLV. engines, all steel welded moderate tost, backed by the sengers, the easily adjustable Ratnewerer t ceamnoa 40% a wi
integral body construction, centr: world-wide Ford after-sales ser- front seat and the comfortable fone avant Apon eaeeentah)s ee
slung seating, hydraulic brakes on vice. rear seat well forward of the ed, but he did not sec: vt ‘mad
all four whee!s and independent The 4-cylinder Consul has a back axle. one bit. as he slowly 1.0Â¥ed and
front wheel suspension with. built- cubic gapacity of 1508 c.c. devel- wended his reluctant way up ‘he

in double acting shock absorbers. oping 47 B.H.P. at 4,400 R.P.M

Theco Ove star features ensure The 6-cylinder Zephyr Sir ha
power, lightness with sirength, a cubic capacity of 2262 c.c. de-
comfort, easy-riding and safety. veloping 68 B.H.P. at 4,000

R.P.M., and is the first six ‘cylin

Once again Ford is first.















SEA VIEW
GUEST HOUSE

HASTINGS, BARBADOS
EXCELLENT CUISINE

FULLY STOCKED BAR
RATES: $5.00 per Day &
upwards

(Inclusive)

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|



; There can be no doubt that
s these cars will set new standards
in popular motoring, combining
beauty and utility with Ford
- performance.

street.



Carltona Cornflour 4-p

een LN,

THIS
Bovril,
a Srecial Note
a
cd ca JOHN D. TAYL(
eee!

. '
Court of

i exhibited.”

is expected to sum up to the jury | imnr

city |

WEEK’S SPECIALS.

Shredded Wheat, Crosse & Blackwell Soups, Quaker
Corn Flakes, Locel Pepper Sauce, Armour’s Sandwich
Pastes, Armours Cond. Scups, Cow & Gate Food,
Angostura Bitters,
Beer in Tins, Vitacup, Vermouth, Heinz Malt Vinegar.

See Us for RIDGWAY COFFEE
;

ed?

Does Government propose to
take any steps to guarantee that
en equitable price is paid for
canes reaped during the coming

es ZIP Fasteners

If the answer to Question No. 3 i °
he in the negative, will the Gov-
inment state the ne why?

In consequence of the cireum- » J 10 12 14¢
glences, that WHITE each 6¢, 7e. 8c. 9c. LYE, Ie, ;

ca) Dr, C. Y. Shephard in his

report on the sugar indus-

‘ry of Barbados has recom- |}

mended since 1947 that the |!

standard cost of manufac- |; ar ”

COLOURED each Ge. 7e. 8.9. 10¢. Le. 126.

16c, 18¢. 20¢. 22¢, & 24¢.

revised annually;
that a Committee

(by) of both,
Houses of the Legislature
which was appointed to
consider his Report has

nn
t

recommended “that the
Government should _ itself
collect and analyse the data







CAVE SHEPHERD & CO. LTD.

10, 11, 12 & 13 Broad Street

from which the economic
conditions of the largest if
not the only industry in the
colony ean be continuously

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the Government's allega-
tion that there is at present
no suitable officer available
to undertake the detailed
statistical work which
would be necessary in
order to calculate standard
costs on the lines proposed
by Dr. Shephard;

Vv 11 the Government take steps
diately to implement. the
recommendation of the Commit-
‘e> of the Legislature under ref-
erence, with regard to the
appointment of an Agricultural
Economist on the staff of the De-
partment of Agriculture?

If the answer to Question 5 be
in the negative, will the Govern-
ment please state the reasons
why? :

Motor Cyclist
Injured In Fall }}\,

Theophilus Thorpe of Bush Hall
a clerk of the Garrison Service
Station, struck an embankment
| while riding his motor cycle along
|}Bank Hall at about 8.45 o'clock
last night. He fell and wad
injured.

Thorpe was later treated at the
General Hospital for the injuries,

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OF INTEREST TO ALL CRICKETERS

IN ANNOUNCING
16TH OCTOBER

WE HAVE PLEASURE
THAT FROM MONDAY,

Mr. EVERTON WEEKES

(The Popular West Indian Cricketer)

WILL BE IN ATTENDANCE IN OUR SPORTS GOODS
DEPARTMENT FROM 8 A.M. TO 4 P.M. DAILY



MR. WEEKES IS, ADMITTEDLY, AN AUTHORITY ON CRICKET AND
EVERYTHING PERTAINING TOIT. IF YOU ARE INTERESTED, DROP
IN AND SEE HIM—HE WILL BE GLAD TO ADVISE YOU REGARD-
ING THE CHOICE OF A BAT OR GEAR OF ANY KIND.



INCIDENTALLY WE

100 “EVERTON WEEKES” AUTOGRAPH BATS

EVERY ONE OF WHICH WAS PERSONALLY SELECTED

IN THE FACTORY BY HIMSELF, UNDER THESE CIR-
%, ‘UMSTANCES ANY COMMENT BY US REGARDING THE
| we? QUALITY WOULD BE SUPERFLUOUS.

| HARRISON'S

NOW HAVE IN STOCK,

t. pkgs. Jelly Crystals,

>

Heinekins Beer, McEwans | ‘i

at



SPORTS GOODS DEPARTMENT
TELEPHONE NO. 2352.

MR & SONS LTD.





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PAGE SIX BARBADOS ADVOCATE

WEDNERDAY, OCTOBER 18, 1950
BY CARL ANDERSON



HENRY



od

Slow he Yhreives on
‘KEPLER’ /



It you feel old before or suffer
rou, wail ina naw one Sonat
* On the go” all day and growing, too; ne
|



wonder children need extra nourishment.
Give them ‘Kepler’ and see how they thrive
and gain weight—it is rich in the vitamins

their growing bodies need. Its malty-sweet
flavour is se pleasant too. Advits will find
‘Kepler’ a real strengthener in comvalescence,

CHALLENGE 22ers
BRAND ora ma

COOKED PEAS |= aad tia

The EXTRA fine flavour | *G Eases Hast praise

the itive guarantee
of the pick of the crop you full of eee ay nea, wun,
ON.
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MICKEY MOUSE

4 J e ,
Sr = PT! (You... You RE \ WELL, 1M NOT BUT MEANTIME IM TAKING OVER KEPLER

; 4 Re VET... J Que "IRON MASiC! naan

‘ 4 COD LIVER OIL WITH MALT EXTRACT

A BURROUGHS WELLCOME & CO. PRODUCT
Gele Agents for Barbados: Collins’ Led., 28 Broad Serene.



BLONDIE
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goes ae a —
house. Start smil-

COOL BEAUTIFUL ing eas with the
kitchen.

“FERGUSON FABRICS” =a







WALKING STICKS

“BY FRANK STRIKER FOR WEAR AT NIGHT. ee

of English Ash and Cherry
CHURCHWARDEN PIPES

STOCKED BY LEADING STORES, fl orien

a
JOHNSON’S STATIONERY
and HARDWARE





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BRINGING UP FATHER 99

: *“COLOMBIE
BARBADOS — JAMAICA — BARBADOS
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Mpegs nnn lmiibe hemes rome RATES FOR ROUND
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r B FROM HERE..BL ! SER, QUESTIONS, A a oo ac’. s 17th January, 1951 2nd Class ..... $163.00
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28th February, 1951 3rd Class ...... $111.00
11th April, 1951
Ah

B.W.I. Currency
30th May, 1951



— CIE. GLE. TRANSATLANTIQUE BARBADOS





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WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 18, 1950
ene

CLASSIFIED ADS.

TELEPHONE 2508











FOR SALE FOR RENT
AUTOMOTIVE — Pully fturnishea 3-
bed: rewly, built un

BEDFORD—1% ton heavy duty Pick

up. New and already conditioned sor
delivery. Dial 4614, Courtesy Garage.
18.10, 50—3n



BEDFORD 12/15 cwts. delivery Van

New vaggag already co
delivery ai 4616, Courtesy 4
18.10.60.



CAR—Dodge 1937 Model, 4 good tyres.
New Battery. Apply: Frank Watkins,
c/o Gardiner, Austin & Co. 18.10.50--3n.

CAR — One {1} i2 H.P. Vauxhail
r 1988 Model. Apply to Mr. N. Mc





ey c/o Plantations Ltd. Broad St.
554. Pleasant surroundings.

17.10.50-———2n

CAR — ‘Sunbeam Talbot (1941). Good
condition. Apply: 4 Clifton Terr. Bay
St. 14.10.50—t.f.n.

——

DODGE TRUCK—1947 Model in excel-
lent condition. Apply to Barbados
Telephone Co Ltd. 18.10.50—5n.

FEDERAL TRUCK—Offers will be
received in writing by Courtesy Garage
up to 4.0 p.m on Friday, 20th
October 1950, for one (1) Federal Truck
chassis, dameged by Fire. Vehicle nay
be: viewed at Courtesy Garage, White

Park Road. 18.10 .50—3n.
MOTORCYCLES—Velocette Model Le
J% mp. On. view at Showrooms.

Courtesy Garage. An opportunity for
Jadies. Dial 4391 18.10. 50—3n.

ELECTRICAL



ic IRONS — Unbeatable
bargain. 5 ib. Electric Irons attrae-
tively finished in
eoloured

Chromium = with
handles, Only $4.90 each
complete. G. W. Hutchinson & Co
ltd. Dial 4222 17.10.50—3n

ONE PORTABLE AIR COMPRESSOR:
% H.P. Motor with 60 Ibs. pressure
gauge and tank. Price $180.00. Dial
4086. 18.10, 50—5n.





REFRIGERATOR — One Marco 2
cubie foot in excellent condition, two
years old. $275.00 or nearest offer.
Apply Electric Sales and Service Ltd.
Phone 4629. 17.10.50—2n.



FURNITURE





CH attractive,
Chairs in Walnut, Mahogany and
Natural Finish at $5.78 each, G. W.
Hutchinson & Co. Ltd. Dial 4222.

17.10 .50—3n.

FURNITURE — Office Equipment.
Single and Double Pedestal Steel Desks,
Foolscap or Letter Size 4 drawer Filing
Cabinets; Steel Stationery Cupboards;
Crrd Index Cabinets; Steel Office Chairs,
end other office equipment now obtain-
able from stock from T. Geddes Grant
Ltd., Bolton Lane. Phone 4442.

15.10. 50—6n

MECHANICAL

BICYCLES—Hercules, at special
prices. Courtesy Garage

low
Dial 4391.
18. 10 .60—3n .

JACKS—G: Hydraulic Trolley,

APARe
from 2 to 7% tons Capacity, Dial 4391
18.10.50—3n

MISCELLANEOUS





ANTIQUES — Of eveny description

Giese, China, old Jewels, fine yd
‘atereolours. Early books, Maps. =
graphs etc. at Gorrin; Antique Shep
adjoining Royal Yacht Club.
* 3.9.50—t.f.n.
eae PREPARATIONS. alive:
& Co., St. Lawrence. 95.1550": in.
BOOKS—At “Aquatic Court, near

Aquatic Club, on October 19th, 23rd,
and 24th. W. G. Drayton,
18.10 .50—2n.

BABY'S CRADLE « In good condition
with MATTRESS and CASTORS. $24.00
Dial 2294. 15.10.50—3n.
ebeneagincterelecnniaietebinisjesanilabaiaatiteh espe y's ina eeinaiatnoe

*B'‘DOS ENGAGEMENT DIARIES —
Months illustrated by Pictures. Make
seful Xmas presents so secure early
Special price 2/- each. Obtainable at
KNIGHT'S LTD.



£

17.10.50—3n.

See
BUCKLEY'S PREPARATIONS. Cough
Mixture 87c.; White Rub 55c.: Nezine 55c,

Kams 15c, Geo. C, Ward & Co.
15.10.50.—Tn,

CARPET — Large Green with a fawn
border 3 x 4 yds. For further parti-
culars Phone 3273. 1§ .10.50—2n. !

“CANDA VAPOUR RUB”
commended for





— Is re
Head Colds, Chest

Colds, Coughs, Hoarseness and Throat
Irritation, also is excellent for insect
bites ete. KNIGHT’S LTD

‘17.10.50—2n
ei oath oleae ag eR ae Beal
DOOR MATS—Fibre Door Mats in

several designs and sizes. Prices from
$2.27 up. G. W. Hutchinson & Co
Ltd. Dial 4222. 17.10.





HORNER’S PREPARATIONS. Maltle-
vol 8/-; Carnol 5/-; Calsol 16/8; Magsol
V/-; Infantol 5/-. Feronol & Feronol F.
Geo. C. Ward & Co. 15.10.50.—7n.

“LAUREL RAZOR — Buy a Laurel
Razor for 1/6 and get a utility Knife
with each purchase free, You can use
your old blades in this holder
ENIGHT'S Lid. 18.10 50—2n





MILD STEEL in various
sizes from 1/32 to 3/8. Also Galvanized
ils. Enquire Auto Tyre Company,
‘afalgar Stree’. Phone 2696.

18.10.50—t.f.n.

ONE LIQUOR LICENCE — Apply:
‘Walter Mayers, Cherry Grove, St. John
17.10.50—2n

SQUIBB'S PREPARATIONS Cod Liver
Oil 9/- Sulmefrin Calcium Gluconate.
Glycerine Suppositories 3/6 —Geo. C.
Ward & Co. 15.10.50.—7n.







SALE — Among other items we sell
Khaki at 50c. per yd. ROYAL STORE
14.10,50—Jn

SHIRTS—2,000 Men's Shirts of guaran—
teed wearing quality at $2.00 and $2.40
each. ROYAL STORE. 12.10.50-—Tn,

eee

SHIRTS & PYJAMAS — Boys’ and
Men’s Shirts and Pyjamas ordered to
Measure can be delivered within four
hours. SHIRT FACTORY.







12.16,50—Tn.
TORCH LIGHTS—Two Cell Torch
Lights complete with batteries Black

and Chrome cases. Only $1.17 each

G. W. Hutchinson & Co. Ltd Dial
4222. 17.10.50—3n
“VOSENE" — Is a new remedy for

Dandruff and other Scalp complaints,
it brings life and lustre to the dulest
Hair and also combines its
shampoo. KNIGHT'S LTD

. 17. 10.50—8n.

“VOSEMAR”’ — Would you like to
ha’ wavy hair? Then try “Vose-
mar” which is the natural Hair Waver
Obtainable in tubes and bottles.
KNIGHT'S Lid.

17.10.50—8n.

FOUND

own







LOSI &





B.0066. Finder please return same to
Miss Winifred Skeete, Dalkeith Village,
St. Michael. 18.10.50—I1n.

WALLET — Containing money na
Pepers valuable only to owner on "Bus
between Hastings and Top Rock, be-
tween 6 and 6.15 p.m. yesterday. Finder

» rewarded on returning same to R. Bel-

grave, Hotel Royal, Hastings
17.10,.50—in.

SMALL KEYS—Saturday

night l4th
between Trafalgar

Squere and Lower
Roebuck Street. Finder will te re-
warded on returning same to
Advocate Advtg. Dept.



Treom
cool locality 24, miles
yn for a oma of 12 months from
7 ‘ pection by @ppoint-
ment. Phone 4476.
15.10.50—6n.

‘SEVERLY’ — The Garrison. Draw-
ing and room; 4 bedrooms;
with attached — Play room.
Brea! room - Modern Kitchen ind
all conveniences. Tennis Lawn. Spacious
yard with fruit trees. ‘Ss — Ser-
vants’ rooms tec. Dial 8372.

15.10.50—3n.

FLAT — To an approved tenant —
A comfortable well furnished Fiat



Situated, Hotei
area. For further details write “F" C/o
P.O. Box 250. 18.10. 50—3n

FLOWER DEW—Maxwell Coast, 3
Bedrooms, ‘Telephone, Fridge, Radiv,
Garage and all modern conveniences
L. Gonsalves, Maxwell Road.
18.10.50—7n

Aetna nescence ay

MALTA—Cattlewash, for the months
of November, December and January.
Apply: Mrs. I. Weatherhead. Dial 3838

18.10.50—4n, |



“MARYVILLE,”"—Black Rock, draw-
ing, dining, sitting, 3 bedrooms, ¥
large gurage, usual

conveniences. Messrs Carrington
Sealy, Lucas Street or Phone 361.7
after 5 p.m. 7.10.50—1in. |



“JERVILLE”—Chelsea Road, drawi::%.
dining, 2 bedrooms and kitchen, wa‘er
and electric light. Apply: Miss ©
Applewhaite of same address.
18.10.50—1n.

PUHLIC SALES
AUCTION







I will offer for sale by Public Com-
petition at my Office VICTORIA STREET
on TUESDAY 24th at 2 p.m. the dwell-
ing house called ‘SEAFORD" (on 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 1 ection

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

17.10. 50—6n





UNDER THE SILVER
HAMMER

On Thursday 19th by order of Mr. H.
Sn . will sell Jhis Furniture at

ver’ Estate, St. Philip.

— which includes —
Dining table (seat 10); Wagons, Serving
Table Liquor Case; Card Table; Book
Case (glass doors); Tub Chairs, Work
Table (Brass Claw Feet all in mahogany;
Pine Book Case; Oak; Rattan & Bent-
wood Chairs; Inlaid Cordea Table; Type-

rn ee | ee ae ce slink

writer; Desk Chair; Cushions; Rugs;
Glass and China; Fruit and Tea Ser-
vices; Coffee Set; Plated Ware; Fish

Knives and Forks; Spoons; Forks etc.
Pictures; Iron Bedsteads and Beds; Old
Mahogany Linen Press; Dressing Tables;
Washstands; Pine Presses; Gun Press;
Brass Floor Lamp (oil); Copper Jelly
Boiler; Linen including 2 Damask Table
Cloths amd Crochet Bedspread; Ferns;
Plants and other items

Sale 11.30 o'clock Terms CASH

BRANCKER, TROTMAN & CO.,

Auctioneers,
15.10.50.—2n,

REAL ESTATE

“GOSHEN”’—One 3 roofed chattel
house with gallery, open verandah and
kitchen attached, containing drawing
mie sGisitoes wees tag ps and

‘eakfast room, uate at.Tudor a
St. Michael. ‘abi to W. I. G ie
C/o Haynes & Griffith, Solicitors, 12
High Street. 18.10 .50—3n ~

PERSONAL

THE PUBLIC are hereby warned
against giving credit to any person or
persons whomsoever in my name, as
I do not hold myself responsible for
anyone else contracting any debt cr
debts in my name unless by a writte1
order signed by me.

Signed KENNETH MORRISON,
ist Avenue, Bush Hall,
St. Michael
18.10.50—2n.



THE PUBLIC are hereby warned
against giving credit to my wif?
LOUISE BARKER (nee Jordan, Cobbin)
as I do not hold myself responsible tor
her or anyone else contracting any
debt or debts 'n my name unless by 4
written order signed by me.

Signed CHARLES BARKER,
Rollings Gav,
St. Michael.
18.10.50—2n.

PUBLIC NOTICES





NOTICE
PARISH OF ST. JAMES

Applications for Vestry Exhibitions of
an Annual value of £5 tenable at a
Girls’ Second Grade School, will be re-
ceived by the undermentioned up to
Thursday, 30th November, 1950.
Applicants must be children of parish-
joners in straitened circumstances, over
the age of seven years and under thir-
teen years of age.
A Baptismal Certificate must be for-
warded and a Certificate from the Head-
mistress of the School of their fitness to
enter the School

(Sed.) P. H. TARILTON,
Clerk to the Vestry of St. James.

15.10.50.—3n.

NOTICE
THE WOMEN’S SELF HELP will be
opening on Friday 27th October. Mem-
bers are asked to bring in their work
from Monday 23rd. Flowers will sot
be accepted before the morning of the
27th, Consignors will be paid as usuai
or Friday 27th. Subscriptions $1.00.
17.10. 50—6n

eed set | sc | RE | i

————-

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. in-
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. b
: W. U. GOODING,
Parochial Treasurer,
S. Philip.
17.10. 50—6n



NOTICE

“SEALED Tenders for the erection
ef a 1 Bath and Toilet im
Ch: be ‘ eR ee a i
the undersign 1e
October 1950. Plans and Specifi-
of "sii Spa be seen from tne

. Warden D. : ”
Marchfield, St. Philip.
W. U. GOODING,
Parochial Treasurer,

St. Philip.
17.10.50-6n.

NOTICE

Re Estate of
JAMES SHEPHERD,
Deceased.

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that all
Trsons

late of 3

Michael, who in Island on the
Mth day of le » are
cisions “duly Pio me, abe under:
claims ie ler-
signed, Eustace "Shiistone, the
qualified Administrator of the said
estate on or before the 30th day of

November 1950, as after that date I
shall proceed to distribute the

thereto regard only to the
claims of wi I shall then have had
notice and that I will not be liable for

assets So distributed or any part thereof
to any nm or’persons of whose debt
or claim shall met then have had
notice @il persons indebted to the
said estate are requested to settle their
accounts with me without delay



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HELP
Se ie eae
Advtg. Dept 18.10. 50—2n Scholarships
;____ MISCELLANEOUS
| Wo RPCATION on, rein | the members of The Civie Weltare

| Bowuades please communicate wita 1951 to

Friendly Society beginnin;







“ 27th.
hb. October.

& POVER
ms “ORANJESTAD 16th Novem-

Applications are invited for two
their brother, Lionel, at 326 West, aith | any second grade in the | her.
a. New York, 19, New York. lisland. These scholarships are) SING TO TRINIDAD, PARAMARIBO
Spe ae nee = | opened to members or the child-| in. .qieGhORGETOWN,
tor 2 Bectric Floor Lamps.|ren (boys or grils) ef members| ss. “ ICA” son Pron tal
Good cobdition. Phone am. ie | i2 straitened circumstances of the SAILING TO TRINIDAD AND.
-10.50—Sn- | abovenamed society, between the Ry ao oy
PAY. GUEST ages of 9 and 12 years. The ‘amLNG SO MA@EOA mea UTM,
out... Rose, ister Howes, Marine scholarships will be awarded on ANTWERP AND Ausrenente
| Charming house and gerden, $2¢09 3} t@e results of an examination. 8. “ORANJESTAD” 20th. Octoder.

| week breakfast and tea. Other when
\ required -nenis $1.20. Telephone 2758.

Form of application can be had
18. 10.50—2n.

at the Society's Cffice, Swan &
High Sts. and should be returned
by 4 p.m. on Saturday 28th Octo-



FURNITURE REMOVED WITH
CARE.

J. W. MAYNARD,
Secretary, Scholarship
Committee,
Swan & High Sts.

15.10.50—6n







ber, 1950. '

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Dominica, Antigua, ontserrat
Kitts Sutline

Nevis and St

Friday 20th,
M v “DAERWOOD” will
secept Cargo and Passengers ior

St. Vincent, St. Lucia, Grenadn

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GOVERNMENT NOTICES ne wore

VACANT POST
Senior Clerk (Court Stenographer, Etc.), Government Office,
St. Vincent.

Applications are invited for the post of a Senior Clerk in the
Government Office. St. Vincent, in the Salary grade of $1,200 rising
by annual increments of $72 to $1,680 per annum, In addition, a
temporary Cost of Living Bonus is payable.

2. The duties of this post include the taking of verbatim notes
of cases in the Supreme Court and proceedings of the Legislative
Council.

3. No quarters are provided.

4. Experience in a Secretariat or other Government Department
is a pre-requisite to selection for appointment to the post; and appli-
cations giving full particulars of qualifications and experience, with
certificates and testimonials, should be addressed to the Government
Secretary, St. Vincent.

5. The closing date for receiving applications is 6th November,
1950.

13th October, 1950. 18.10.50—8n



TENDERS FOR PURCHASE OF A MOTOR CAR

Tenders are invited for the purchase of one Oldsmobile motor
car forfeited under the provisions of The Exports and Imports (Re-
striction) Order, 1940. The car is at present in the custody of the
Commissioner of Police and may be inspected by appointment with
him. |

2. Tenders should be forwarded in sealed envelopes addressed |
to the Colonial Secretary (and not to any officer by name) so as to
reach the Colonial Secretary’s Office not later than 4 p.m. on Friday
the 20th of October, 1950. The envelopes should be clearly marked
—“Tender for Motor Car’,

3. The Government does not bind itself to accept the highest
or any tender,

10,10.50—8n '

_——
Attention is drawn to the Defence (Control of Drug and woah!
and Proprietary Medicine Prices). Order; 1950, No. 8 which will be

Canadian N

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WReGantons to change without notice. 4° vesens

and freight raves on

Por further information apply to—

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LADY NELSON .. 1 Nov. 4 Nov. © Nov. 16 Nov. 16 Nov.

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Sailing to Trinidad and La Guaira on the
25th October 1950, accepting passengers,
Sailing to Plymouth and Le

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. Martinique and Guadeloupe on the 29th
October, 1950.

For further particulars, apply to:—

R.M. JONES & CO. LTD.~Agents.

published in the Official Gazette of Monday, 16th October, 1950. = oe

2. Under this Order the maximum retail selling prices of
“Mother Greaves Worm Exterminator” and “Canadian Healing Oil” , |







are as follows: —
ITEM Unit of Sale Maxiumum ~
Retail Price |
Mother Greaves Worm Exter- j
minator Small sized bot. 40c. j
” ” ” ” Large » + 76e. \
|
Canadian Healing Oil Bottle 5le. i
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14th October, 1950. 15.10.50—2n |F



VACANCY FOR POLICE MEDICAL OFFICER ‘

Applications are invited for the office of Police Medical Officer
District “E”. Candidates must be registered medical practitioners, '
Post is part-time and non—pensionable with salary at the rate of $240.00
per annum. An allowance of $48.00 per annum is paid for medicine’
supplied.

2. The appointment will be terminable by three months notice
on either side. The successfu applicant will be required to reside
in the District.

3. Applications stating age, qualifications and practical expeti-
ence, should be addressed to the Colonial Secretary, and must reach
the Secretariat not later than the 21st of October, 1950.



14.10.50—2n.



GOVERNMENT eee nen SUMMERVALE—

APPLICATIONS are invited for the post of Assistant to the Chief
Matron, Government Industrial School, particularly from women in
the service of the Government. ,

2. Salary will be in accordance with the rates fixed under the
Civil Establishment (Teachers) Order, 1949; entry into the incre-
mental scales $732 to $1,344, $1,056 to $1,776 and $1,446 to $2,352
will be determined by academic qualifications. In addition an allow-
ance is payable at the rate of 25% of the salary.

3. Candidates must be between the ages of 25 and 35 years and
be prepared to live in the quarters provided (unfurnished).

4. Application forms, obtainable from the Superintendent of
the Government Industrial Schools, St. Philip, or the Social Welfare
Office, the Garrison (from whem further details may be obtained),
must be completed and returned to the Social Welfare Office by
Tuesday, 3lst October, 1950
12th October, 1950

ere ah eneementanelasis

14.10.50—2n



First Mate, Trinidad Government Coastal Steamers,
Port Services Department

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

Candidates must be in possession of a Certificate of Competenev
as Home Trade Master Mariner issued by the Government of Trini-
dad or by the Marine Board of Jamaica, or a certificate of equal or
applicant’s character and professional ability, should be addressed

Shore quarters are not provided but in the case of officers recruit-
ed overseas an allowance equal to difference between 10 per cent of
salary and rent paid, is payable to an officer v/ho rents unfurnished
quarters and an allowance equal to difference between 10 per cent
of salary and 5 per cent of the annual value of furniture supplied in
Government furnished quarters, is payable to an officer who rents
furnished quarters. Allowances in both cases are subject to a maxi-
mum of $50 per mensem for a married officer whose family is not
residing with him and $20 per mensem for a single officer.

Free second ciass passages will be provided on first appointment
for the officer and his family not exceeding five persons in all. Sub-
ject to review at any time and not as a permanent right of the officer,
free passage on leave after a minimum tour, not exceeding the cost
of normal sea passages to the place of recruitment will be provided

> + Se

adult fares.

The successful candidate will be appointed on probation for two
years in the first instance, subject to his passinz a medienl examina- |
tion, and will be required to contribute towards ‘se Provident Fund. '

Applications giving full particulars of qualifications and experi- |

/ence, together with certificates and testimonials should be addressed |

18.10.50—2n.| , tated this Mth day of September, | +, the Honourable the Colonial Secretary, Trinidad, to reach him not
SWEEPSTAKE TICKET Pe eee | later than 22nd October, 1950
8156. Finder please return to the Ad-| Qualified Administrator of the Estate of | 12th October, 1950

vooate Advtg. Dept. Rewart

18.10.56

offered |

James Shepherd, deceased
7.9.50,—4n, |

13.10.50.—3n









for the officer, his wife and children subject to a maximum of three | :



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Owing to an error in our
advertisement last Sunday
it was qhoted that ene of the
sizes of our Building Blocks

‘4x 4x 16 (Partition),

This is incorrect.

It should have read .

4x 8 x 16 (Partition)
PRICE: 17 CENTS EACH.

CONCRETE
PRODUCTS
CO.

Lodge Hill — Dial 2798

COLLECTION OF
RENTS.

I beg to notify the
General Public that I
have added to my busi-
ness a Rent Collecting
Department, and shall be
glad to undertake” the
collecting of all rents
whether large or small.
Strict attention will be
paid to all» Commission
only 10%.

D’ARCY A, SCOPT,

Magazine Lane.

Dial 3743.
14,10.50,—3n.



Do you need

EXPANDED

You can get it at

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FOR SALE

BUGGY AND HARNESS-—-One
Buggy, 2 Sets Spring Harness,
1 Double Mule Truck 1 Single
Mule = Truek, Apply:
McKenzie, Rowans, 8t

REAL ESTATE
JOHN
MM.

BLADON

A.F.S., F.V.A.
Formerly Dixon & Bladon

FOR SALE

TOWER GARAGE — St. Mat-
thins Gap, An almost new pro-
oerty suitable for # large va-
‘ety of purposes apart from a
farage business

BLACKMAN'S St. Joseph
This well known country home
with its historic »ssociations 1
sull available and offers are
open to consideration, The pro-
perty is well sited on a wooded
biliside and possesses very fine
views. There are 5 reception, 6
Ledrooms, kitchen, pentey, store-+
rooms ete. Servant's quarters
for 4 end 4 garages
man's could be made one of the
show places of the tslend,
20,500.

HART'S GAP Hastings
Inexpensive 2-bedroomed tim-
ber cottage in good loeality
Enquiries invited

SPION KOP

Coast. One of the
hhons in this select
hood with completo
sured. The well kept grounds
‘re approximately 1% acres in
extent end there is a private
sandy beach with sefe bathing
for children. The house is of
timber construction and is in
perfect condition inside and out
This property must always re-
tain o high value owing to iw
ettractive natural amenities

RENTALS

SPION KOP .- Maxwell's
Coast, for month of November

Maxwell's
best posi-
nelghbour-
privacy en-

FLORES Modern bungalow

a> Little Kent, Unfurnished»
IN CHANCERY ~~ Inch Mar-
low... Modern furnisned bunge-
low

CUMBERLAND HOUSE a
Codrington Hill. With about 2
aenen. Unfurnished, Available
November.

LUXURY BEACH HOUSES --
ax furnished. On St. James

Ey
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Cricket Board H ouse N ati on aliz es } HARBOUR L0G { poor reosananennapnont, LLP ALLE
Welcome Kidney | . S Cee tee TURE Che 2h eo ere
eal Glaiainie | Natural Gas ae Be BARBADOS {) EUBNITURE |

[Eien the Board o¢ Mangaement| i From BOS 5. on iat ma te, eat Eo ce woot a |S WITICE

IN CEDAR AND MAHOGANY

fiom mact at the George Challenor | because they knew nothing about| Mr. Adams’ replying spoke first] Sin’ jars" "Gari Sen. Molly
Pavilion at’ Kensington yesterday |it- What they did know was of the occasion earlier this year} Jones and Sch. Philip H. Davidson, Sch Consequent on the results Stylish! Lasting! Comfortable! % RESTA URANT “2E
) “See

gvening, members present wel- » they had a natural gas when the owners of Turners Hall| Emeline, Sch. Belcueen. of The Demerara Turf AT MONEY SAVING PRICES
comed back Mr. F. "Aj Cc. Clair-[5' iy. . had given the B.U.O.C. noticesto| g.ncones W re a. 96 ‘tons net; Club’s October Meeting. j
monte and J. M. Kidney, who were © Government had brought|“pack up their tracks in seven| capt. Jo eph, from Dominica 1950, the following promo- 3a ang fables, ied: — PRESENTS —

tions and demotions have stents in 4 sizes, Ful ital

attending their first meeting since|that Bill after> negotiations ap- days”. Had that occurred it would| .M.V. Servitor, 872 tons net, Capt

their return from the West Indies |parently had been broken down |have meant that the hospital, ho- hiner Aula ee AT téne inset, “Capt been made to the Official and ialled. Wardrobes, r- ‘
tour to England. with British Union Oil Company ]tels and other institutions and! Hovel!, from Monteorrat Classification previously robes, Linen Presses and Chests~

- Mr. F. A. C. Clairmonte, Vice- | and he would like the senior mem- | Places that depended on gas Bo Saeeene a, a net, published in respect of the of- Drawers. . : >]

President of the Association, acted |ber for St. Joseph. to tell them at | Would have had their supply shut /""P" ~ DEPARTURES forthcoming Au-umn Meet- Morris Horseback, Streamlined ;

as Chairman in place of Sir Allan | what stage the negotiations had off at short notice. RFA. Gold Ranger, 1,506 tons net ting. and straight-lined Suites and

Collymore, President, who was|proken down and what was the| Necotiations had then gone on Capt, Edwards, 3 serene in anes, ub S28 f

absent . feason: until the stage was reached when Promotions: — cue and? a ‘or one hour 8 p.m.—9 p.m.

Lady Pink from BI to A2.
Black Shadow from G1 to

Before the business of the mect-
ing, Mr. DeL. Inniss said that he ; tat
was glad to see Messrs. Kidney Beitish Union




























Licing, Luncheon and Kitchen
vauioe, China, Kitchen and Bed- The Recorded Program of

soom C..binets, Sideboards, Wag- . te eh
ai ee ye
RAY NUNES (B.G’s Singer) as presented at:

ii Company
| : wou rdiy s ati
dind Clairmorte back on ihe Board ee ee pnt amine ate

the Company had told the Gov- S Il ,
ernment that they mus! have the CAWEe \%
sole right to sell gas within three

and a half miles of the pipeline ARRIVALS By BW.1A-L gons, Larders





See ch a Sal eaed L From TRINIDAD: : ; +
s ppamer presence-had been missed jjp0i¢ reasons to the Government |to™ Syrners, Hall wood to the] " Robert Wilson; Haro’d Ward: Pe Jolly Miller from G1 ‘to DESKS In several sixes, flat and
mary meetings. He wanted the honourable senior Belle as long as the licence lasted.| ceithurst; Ralph Lokstun; Mr. L. A. |% F2. sloping tops, Bingle and Double,
| Mr. J. W. B. Chenery supported | oer for St. J b to tell tne {28 other words they wanted | Summers: Mrs. ME. Summers; Mus / ; Hoovy-duiy | Chalre GLOBE THEATRE ON as
ege remarks and said that they | member for St. Joseph to tell the |ronopoly in the selling of gas in| $M euaueria 1% Demotions: — Y 1

Vindima from Bl to B2.

Doth looked fit ofter their various | House if it was true that the argu- |¢he island. SE eee icnacd | iets Michebdn; Davia) @

ment used for the breaking down

LLL LSS

Goo

L ‘ S. WILSON ? This Program was recorded thru the kind co-operation

Tratalgar Street Dial aon ef Mr. Cecil Sampson. Special Loud Speakers wil be

escapades. i Members would see, therefore,| Richards; Robert Lioyd-Sull; Barbara GA
“F. A. C. Clairmonte thanked j0f the negotiations was to the av we > ;] Lioyd-Still; Harold Greenhow; Al.ce M 3. A. LEWIS,
Mr. F. A. C. Clairmonte thanked | why it was necessary for the] Woven ia C. Hall. Elizabeth Haul: Secretary:



members for the weicome and | effect that the company could not

Government to get that bill into Yalend t mtoncia:
gaid. that they had a very enjoy- take on a long term lease and go - EB! rabeth Valencia; Hector Valencia

operation as quickly as possible. Ira'da Dennery; Charles Denrery;

PEEP LLL IE
























able tour and were glad to be,on to improve those wells because The mo‘ton that the second | From ST. KITTS, s $09 SOSSY s * : %
— g lic: ade eaelt tends AO Geom the be postponed for a week | ai yiames cH}: Mrs, Tigy Ross: nA eS wr aitached to the interior 2nd exterior of. 2. . .
Mr, Kidney said that he Oe roe oe bg peniond ona ‘a was then put to the vote and | Mr. Winston Ross; Mr, Frank Ross; oe OSES. ; .
glad to be associated with such a)@ reservoir of gas within defeated on a 10.6 division, From ANTIGUA: x ! â„¢*
victorious team. They did not ex. | rains, vhey might well be draw- — J. H. Wilkinson (Oy moved} pune ena ee, ony Nurse LOOK OH! MOTHER THE CHIN A DOLL
pect such good results in either |iing from the area. If that was theltnat the bill be referred to ‘a "Mrs. Dorothy Donovan: Mr.” Walter ® : s
nie the game or financially. He said}reason, then the Government} gelect Committee Mustor:; Mr. Edward Elliot; Miss Grace | fal Its a SPRAIN}! Di Wi d ‘
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in the days when members were | pelin: Beverley Ashby: Bernard Rolfe; |

not alive to their responsibilities. | Leonora Toussaint: Jobn Carrington: |
He was sure that after members Eevee Williams; Edward Annisette: |
heard what Mr. Adams said that Edward Lorroy, Anton Lissone? George |
they would not be so rash as not | For LA ri) 6 ge ;
to attend the meetings of the | James Lyon; Barbara Lyon; Kathigen |
Lyon; Judith Lyon; Mary Traver .o, |
a ee 4 f he Bill Joyce Traverso; John Traversi; Maria
The ramifications of the me Schuler ; William Schuler; Geegge
were wide, and he felt that it | Adams

Agenda for the General Meeting ;@9y interference with anything

of the West Indies Cricket Board Within the 1(0 acre radius of the

éf Control which takes place in well was not put in,

Trinidad on October 19, 20 and 21.] If they were to insert it now,
After a lengthy discussion re-| one wondered if the Gulf Oil

#arding the various transactions Corporation would withdraw

ee the Pickwick Club and} their application.

he Barbados Amateur Football
Association, the Board unani- He knew the honourable senior

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the Pelationship between the et of oil, but ap Ae the Op- ree ae +4 charles nine alties SLsanley: weeoi And She Applies - - - |
B.C.A. Pickwick Club and the] £osition were not going to asso- r, Adams sai e was sur-| A. Cuke; Rex Wason NYLONS! |
BAFA. It was also decided that} ciate vhemselves with any unrea-|prised to hear Mr. Reece—a a ere Rar habage


lawyer used te Company Legisla- | panain
tion, and Mr. Mottley—-a man ,-REFARSURES By B.W.1.aL

i j r i ‘or NIDAD: Francis Mar*in
with unique knowledge of high | (noice Gane’, Wendy Gaffney, Mary
finance—asking to send a normal] Gcftney, Edward Hughes Samuel
simple bill to « Select Committee. | Mizrahi, John Cohn, Theodocia c
If the Government woke up | Gordon Clarke, Joyce Wooding=
G ly, Trevor ¥ ood, Fred
next day and found the gas supply | feinel, Doroinea King. Line Viva».
shut off it should resign. But he | Hilvebranzo Vivas, Simon Warde!
was sure that if the Bill was Esrain Pico-Perez. Trina Pirbe, John

that night that the weii | *™™men¢

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Obit an peen held in reserve to the
uar merican ist Cavalry Division ,
y thrusting up the main —_ from the Each $1 20 & $1 32
“aesong where the assault across ; ——— *
Mr. R. E. Challenor the 38%.. narallel was launched. és % ,

; Before they took the lead they ‘
THE death occurred at his} completed their task of mopping ; ‘ d
residence Buckden St, Joseph on|up in the Kumehon area a few Laundry Baskets

Monday of Mr, Robert Richard] miles north of Kaesong.
Edgecumbe Challenor eldest son General MacArthur's _ latest

of Mr, & Mrs, Lester Challenor, crn eeige separted. apoctaeular .
He was 29. gains along the whole Unite E h
Young Challenor was educated| lations 100° mile offensive arc. open from 9am. until midnight . ac cna e L

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the Board and asking them to co-| gotiations must learn vo be
operate by appointing committees} reasonable,
to attend a meeting of the three} He said that whenever the Bill









ies, was passed, they would have to
At their last meeting the Boar’ | come back to the House for sums
decided that after the welcome | of about ‘two million dollars.
b lunch held for the returning W.!. He thought 't would be better
: cricketers they would later hold a}to re-open negotiations with the
; dinner at the Marine Hotel when | Brivish Union Oil Company or
Messrs Clairmonte and Kidney had} let the Gulf Oil or someone else
returned. This will be a subscrip- | come in rather than have to come
tion dinner and representatives of ; back to the House for two mil-
all ericket clubs and other sport | lion dollars,
will be invited. He said that whenever they
When this matter was again were finished, there were going to
brought up yesterday Mr, Kidney | be arbitrators coming down here
said that in his opinion this dinner | from England and that was going
would be a flop as the people of |to mean the spending of a lot of
Barbados as well as the B.C.A.,' money which could be put to bet-
had already given a welcome /ter use, They had a lot of things
which was second to nore give} to look after like the Deep Water
in other places. Harbour, the East Coast Road and
Mr. A. DeL. Inniss strongly} Compulsory Education.

oe Mr, Kidney’s views and They were opposed to nationali-
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be a flop. He said that after | Union Oil Company nor any one
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so well he thought it unwise to] unless it was brought forcibly to
have this dinner. him that nothing could be done
r It was however decided that the] about it:

dinner would be held and Mr. The passing of the Bill might
Hoad suggested that the same] appear simple to honourable mem-
Committee that organised the] bers, but he was going to move
Welcome be appointed to see after | that further consideration be post-
the dinner. poned.

This Committee was: Sir Allan] On the advice of His Honour
Collymore, President, Mr. W.jthe Deputy Speaker, Mr. Mottley
Hoyos, Secretary, Mr. W. Atkinson| changed his motion to read “that
and Mr, J. W. B. Chenery. The | this bill be read a second time
Board thanked this Committee! this day week".

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success, Mottley that members. should|he was struck down by illness | i

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F. A. C, Clairmonte, Vice-Presi-| ‘implications of the bill. Members ago. His illness was the source ;
dent, Mr. J. M. Kidney, Mr.| of the Government were in pos-]of deep regret to a host of friends
J. W. B Chenery, Mr. A. Del. | session of information which oth-|in this colony for whem his ab-
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, AC.F Eir.nT BARBADOS ADVOCATE WEDNESDAY. OCTOBER It, M Cricket lioanl Welcome Kidney And Ciairmonte When UM I Ct Uve H,.ii> :<>:Cnrk<-' Uoii met UM d raj eVfmi., rtSMU welittmr,i back Mr. ('. . I I illonic a %  .< who IVI tr HtMiniiii.: Uit-ii rTr.l mtetaig aluvr ihen nttirr rrora the West Indies IOUI ;.. InxbuM) Mr. T. A C i i.iinnonif. Vice Prasldent 0* ihe AMOlUBn, acted place of Sir Allan Ident, who i absent Bcfurr inn. Ml DcL t mil ..i,! thai h %  rid I'lun as tholr pretence had b al mam mtvll %  %  the*** remarks and mid 'hat ihey escapades. Mr. y A %  members tor the *'< %  • %  %  hack. Mi. Kulnvv said that he was glad to be aaieoi %  pect such good results In etUie 1 House Nationalizes Natural Gas # Fiam Pa** I. hat mu(h.t not be In existenciieeauee the% knew nothing about it What they did know was tb-' htfl .i natural (ii'wi; .iin'.i ha<| biouirtit thai Hill aflei we sjotla U i perencly iwn l long term lease and go On t" improve those wells because I; was felt that the 100 aero i ,tdius waa loo limited and with I reservoir ol gas within that ight well be & ing from the area If that waa the the game or tiiii.ii.-i.il> Mi .tullnxiMin. then the (lovernment that it was a grr.it psV uld be rather cautious Ti-.i v dl : not ex 1 raACRC, ihey i iHin elt i dial It wjis strange that In the 1 eenee. a regulation Mating tha' there must not any interference with anything within the IPO acre radius of, the well wns not put In. K iiiev w*n to inaerc it now, one wnnrtcred if the Gulf OH Corporation would withdraw their application. help lo have MY Cleu-tnonte will. | him, AL'CIMIH Considered The Hoard thai Meetmu | ,i %  -.v.-1 India Crteket Board Of Control which takes t,lacc in Trinidad on October lit. 20 and 21. After a lengthy discussion regardins, the various trunsactions between the Plckwkk Club and the Barbados Amateur Football Aseociation. the Board unanimously agreed that small cOtnmittees be apn<>it>u-d to examine the relationsh_ip between the B.C.A.. Pickwick Club and the B.A.P.A % % %  -cided that letters would inwritten tn the other two bodies concerned, informing them of the decision ot the Board and asking them to cooperate by appointing committees to attenil %  meeting r>f the three bodfta At their lust meeting the Boar.l decided that after the welcome lunch held for the returning W !. they would later hold a dinner at the Marina Hotel when Messrs Ciairmonte and Kidney had returned This will be a subscription dinner and representatives of Et club? and other sport will be iuvlled. When this matte* waa aBai'i were llnishcri, there were going t brought up yesterday Mr Kidney j he urhitraton. coming down here %  aid that In hia opinion thladinner from England KI that was go. would IKa 'lnp JI the people of I to mean the upending of a lot Barbados as well as the RCA., money which eould be put to beta Hc knew the honourable senior member for St. Joseph was eager to get dM Bill passed in the Interest of oil. but they in the Opposition w.e not going to asso-ielves with any unreasonable attitude of people negoUatang for tnose wells The people'responsible for thus,, negotiations mint learn rt> be reasonable. He said that whenever the BUI was passed, they would have lo tome back to the House for sums ol about two million dollars He thought t would be better to re-open negotiations with the BrtV.sh Union Oil Company lot the Outf Oil or someone else MOM in rather than have to come back to the House for two mllI linn dollars. He said that whenever they the negotiations with the British Union Oil Co had broken duwn Mr. Adams replying spoke Brfl of the occasion earlier this year when the ownerof Ti had given Ihe PUOl I then If* h days" Had that r* BBl Ihat Ihe Mai (el* and othea ui-liim.. pksces that depended an gas would have had their supply ahui of? at short nota a .'.ions had then until the stage was reached when The Company had told the (Invent that they mus > BnUi. I'kt >Ch. Burma I) Sch IvciJrf. 4 V Blur aiai. *.-h rtw.kl>n 1 H Kti M.I. I i ...-in.Bel ionr< und Bc'i frulip II ]'• % %  UIMMI. Ben. fnwiiiL.Srh BK>^" ARSIV^L* S. !,„,.,. W 1. E..l.l. J* I>..t>IMH-d AnIU H >i %  %  .-,-,-,'.'.-----,-,'. .-,-.-.M.. DI rABTi aaa s* Seaxvell AI.IIIVAia H II r,o„. TH'NiUAn R<4trrl WlUi. M*-0 4 I hu.it Kl|.li UililiU %  HI I. A Norman Rjrnard In. Hi.-hardi. Davta .1 li-fi-rs %  Mall VtlP* v *m had welcome %  giveali e-.ti was sect-ml t.. Mr A DeL Innisa strongly supportol Mr. Kidney's Views and .said that ho also thought it would be a rl H Uld that after everything had alread> come oft w well he thought It unwise to have this dinner. It was however decided thai the dinner would be hHd and Mr. Hoad Bugiestetl that the same ConuniUee that organised the Welcome bo .ippolnted to see after the dinner This Committee was Sir Allan Collvmore. President. Mr. W. Hovos Secretary. Mr W. Atkinson and Mr. J. W. B Chenery TW Board thanked this Committcfor making the welcome given lo the returning W. 1 Cricketers a success Members present wenMr F A. C. Ciairmonte. Vicc-Prest dent. Mr J M. Kidney. Mr J. W. B Chenery. Mr A Uel. Inniss, Mr E L O. Hoad, Mi'. E. D. Inruea, Mr s or Gtuaiu. Mr E A V Williams. Mr T. N. pierce and Mi W. f, Hoyoa. Boeretary ^^^^_^___ Water Plo: Ladies Practice To-iiiorrov> TO-MORHOW aflernoon at ft o'eJeck -it the Barbados Aquatic Club, the La.lli's W.dei I Will have Us llrst real practice match, in preparation foi '.he visit of a girls' team from Trinidad. The roUowing seventeen girls have been aaked to turn up foi this practice match. Freida Carmichael. Marion Taylor, Ann Eckstein, (Ooalt. Joyce r>ksteln. Phvilis FiupBtncfc, (Goal), rail B.id. Marj Knight, 'i %  nl Broww Pat Mahon. Hcathei M.Kinnon. Bobcrta Vldmer, Joyce Allen. Ramona Corrtgan Lewis. Jean Chandler PhlllU Chandlei and Oilllan Iknjamln Players are requested to be on the Pier by 46 o'clock, After this mat. Ii. II %  iepln> of the Snappeii. Flying nsh K.O match win be played The referee .. Mi Archie Clarke The men's learns had their first practice matches yeaterdaj afternoon playing sceortUi new tulc.-( w ,tei Pol %  m ST KITTB: It Jama* M-ttVil. Uro lb HUM. Mr CUrWU' *'*< Koai, U> Frank %  % %  AMTIOtfA TURF CLUB BARBADOS MIIH I Consequent on Ihe results 0* The Demerara Turf ClUb'B Octr.her 1950, the 'allowing promotions and demotions have the Official pre v I o u s I y respect of the ,u umn Mcetbaen ntadi f*la—llsi %  %  puhlkahad i fnrvhcomnii ting. srr VIM Darai u. . %  ... ... Mr r.<--id Cilia' N 'Kir* nuo H..KAnm*"r Thej h.i.; .i ; of ihmgs to look after like the Deep Water Harbour, tht I I < m I Head nnd Coinpulsoi> 1-lui .iiii'ii They were opposed to ualionalllaUoa and neither the British Union Oil Company nor any one lag should have any fabulous i unless It was brought forcibly to hat nothing eould be done -.( -ut it. The passing of me Bill might II ,i.i -irnple to honourable members, but he was going lo move that further consideration be postponed On the advice of His Honour the Deputy Speaker. Mr Mottley %  hinged his motion to read "that his bill be read a second time this dav week 1 Mr L E Ward seconded motion He agreed with Mr Mottley that members should tave further time lo -onslder the nplicat'oni of Ihe bill Member" I ihr (o.vernment were iii poses-ion or m'or-naUon which nthr members did not hnv an.I hev shou'd not trv to stifle the fotpg of the OeooeHion The bill contain' d i ipie—the takine over of nl'—ines It was *ei>arnte and d in'-t from the Pagiollirri * efficiency noil allegiance to duty he roae to resiionsible i>osition. He waa extremely courteous and easy of approach and so carried well the banner of tla* Challenor popularity In the flower of his f uth and i at the height ol his potnilari*. he was struck down by tllne.. i iid return regie*, to k hoa W in tins colony lor wh* m M iiiade no iiiifonM, ll. ga n aid en|weciall> I a tune whl in the thmthind ed to that regiet. To his sorrowing IM rents and ether 'iiemben of the fanuiv deepest condolence will be *\lende.1 :I I I %  > %  i IIBPARTVHC* n^ B W I > r., T-nisiitAii (ialpn Ahb'-. tiiiMd. A.hlo |aj A-I.IIHugt> Blackn*n .*pn Kai-hail. PC1 ThWII C-n-Pfia; rrli man. Dart*n|n# r"nn. Chum l-o^lih. Ilrv-rlAvhbv. BrnKm of. Touuallil JuQn < !-. %  ,. Wiiiuma. Edward EBward lrr •> A.. %  -. Uassne. % %  • >..nrat Btun>Sli far LA OUAIRA. me. LM %  K "" -• i. Judlin Uon. Mar T Ttavn.-. Jovee Traverw; Jolin Travarsl: Mans Schutoa. Wllllwn Brh.ikr. Oar-e /dams -o. OKRMAOA Ruwrt Minn'. St rrarlan UB'ifv: LtQaSB 1--M> M A CUha. Br. #M I AWUVAIS By II W I A 1. 11^ADA laneVlUVmia. %  OECARII aa—. a w i A i. To* TR1MDAD rrancla Mat'It. Mchoarl G^ilna Wnuly Ganney. Mai > Gtfnry. IM-anl M n' % %  Gordon Clar. Jo— Wo. Oi-ir Sraly. Tr^oi Vfarwood, Frf> BrUiat. DoroOiwa King I HUUctoianao Viva.. Simon Ward* i bmK PKo-Pa-n. Trim PlrBo. Jo*-IU W SS H Shadow from G 1 Jolly Miller from Gl A LEWIS. Secretary 's.'.;','.',: '.;;*ssss >* %  '•• • %  ••• %  LAMS! ua I'l. \STIC IWKASOLS $1.71 PLASTIC KAINCOATS 3.98 PLASTIC HAIR BRIISHF.S (142 COSTOMB JKWF.IJ.KRV SAMPLMMIOI'S FASHION HATS NYLONS! tas ITS THANI'S Pr. team Hr Swaa Ska. Afir and Ht-nowa" FURNITURE ND MAHOGANY tiioiniUM Vanlllea and Bioo-a ..U.i-r Orr.a-1 Taktaa. Bfl.it*-i In 4 • %  *• FMII panil->l and ulldd WaramOaa. Dfia f r r m. 1 II i Ft nni and Cha1' Mollla HorM>t>a.-k Slrr.n.Ii... 1 %  HI ilraialu-lliMa SHiiin and .-V"* 1 P**c. acmaea. Tu* and II -h SuhM and —B.r.r p.acei. .'Brian* wid Armcaaln I .V Troops Close In On Pyongyang at From page 1 lu-day oven held in reserve to the American 1st Cavalry Division t'irustinf up the main n the assault across hi :*R parallai was launched. Before they took the lead they completed their task of mopping up in the Kuinchon area a few rules north of Kaesong. (ieneml MacArthur's latest communique reported spectacular i.iins along the whole United Nations 100 mile offensive arc American Intelligence Ornrcrs IBM thai i I "i re latanoa byapuMd both i ..ulh o'f the 38th p.ii.illil were now crumbling Reuter In The House Yeatertlay Mr la. I EM .;., fi rear i*s- M fclMU B SS a iUt """ T. Ada!"" Ht-aiiliil"'" '• i nl SSSI al llw rtl.p>al .1 -ln-Xull* Ci.mmltl** ISM-1 dw N.. 1: 1 UM 1 „i < (' % % %  nnAllIrr (o -up%  ttao-al. Pail II. I>llal, a-hn-i. in llM BVaeB iiTvat.. ISO0-.1I. Ni> SS. hnh foi m Si-nrdlllr lu (Ilia U-nllllKIII Ii ON Hr—lulloii IS apanivr Ihr •xvlnl Rmulalion* n>-d<> bf "" " aMaW I Mrs. E. Armstrong THK death also iceiitre.l ,11 Balmoeiil Huslingri on Metsdai night ..r Mrs l.mile Maude Arm* stnaig and her fvMral look place at the Wetbur> I 1*1 the 1 i'-M'i" (ring yesterday artafllOOn .Mrs Armstrong was a Mis; MeClean and was married tn V Ned Aimstr nw pOfMllar inanngor 1 I th. Crane .owl la'ei of M.i inll.ilel He pre-teseased hei many yeajri ago Advanced kept her in comparative retire m in (.a rnanj yaara but ahe inamtaui d I a ide CiTcle nl (r lend her passing will be a ilecp regml She leaves to inolu .1 ihi'ir lusa Ihiee chlldra daughters and one %  %  M Armstrong of the steamslii) department "f Messrs. Da Costa •t Co. Ltd To these aid othei :->rrowliu' relntives the AdvOU HAP AN EXCUSE TO WEAR A HAIR-PIECETHESE 6UYS uf// TWN< EVEN THE OUT OF TV-THEy W'a < EVEN THE JUST Itfslaiiitiitt mm GREEN DRAGON /** from ft a.m. umtii midnight Serving u variety of Oriental Dishes prepared by a Chinese Chef with years of experience No 9 Broad S4reet For Rcaervatlon* Dial MM li iitJma araastofts.iii .i ocrJ -ppl) ir. II I* (h'.uiiin*Ca I.J. M.J.iic S.t., j„i (,„: ~* I .earn from the hospital. Whenever infection threatens in your home, use 'DETTOL' ... .ODHK Miiuriic ;>W—( . Nmpmi**< II* *') I'IH . DMm'l \tm* m liiini our IliumI'l-mliirls #*<•/. Waste Paper Baskets Each_72f & $1.08 Flower Baskets Each $1.20 & $1.32 Laundry Baskets Each_$4.00 & 55.00 ORIENTAL SUMMER TIME SUITS Call in To-Uay ai.J u our range uf T'.p.^.l Suiting, SotrWly SrhrW your ASAfor* ... Uih n v.'eathcr. RRASONABI.Y TRICFD TAILORED TO < %  KASE P.C.S.MAFFEI&Co..Ltd. TOP SCORERS IN TAILORING •V'.W*-*^ "QUALITY" SHIRTS AUSTIN REED (with 2 separate collars) at $7.50 VAN HEUSEN (collar attached) at $7.63 and CONSULATE (Sports in 2 shades) at $7.03 all in stock AT C. B. RICE & CO. BOLTON LANE ,•*.*. '.*.'.V.-. M I OOOIMI CUROIH BtLKR J;\\I-:I USB H.ihii i-u.iii '-*---'--.'.-•'-'.--'-*,'-*-','---'-'. W/AV///'"//'^ Til AM \S I Pr. Km. Ilry. SI. DIAL S4C0 | aaaaaaai-B >.:'. %  .:•*'.'.'>-„ aCnn IS* WELLVOCI SOT TO COVER'EM ON ACCOUNT OF THE SURt IN THE CAMERA — TUAJ.K TO E.W.?., ALBAHy, N-V. FIREWORKS FIREWORKS '. -Hi.; CBACHrRS. JACK IJ* BOX. H i IIOMAN CANDUt i Aaa aaa H.M.OOM. C. CARLTON BROWNE V^iiolr-.i* RPta" it'UfrW 11, Scebuck 81 TH.IMII 1! W> are plwtd to announce the arrival 0/ 3T WDARD HARDBOARD SHEETS V thick. 4' x fi'. I'. 10' 'ii 14c. prr sq. fl TEMPERED HARDBOARD SHEETS !i" ikleb, 4' x It' 9t 3ar. per sq. ft Tempered Rafdlsaar(] n KV ))H[NKINc; CHOCO] M'l M1LO. ^•FSTI:^• ; TONIC FOOD AND OF COURSE AUJBtBfB AIITIII R'* SPHIAI. BI.M Mil III II HIGH STREET "•.. #.*rf"".•S.VS.'S.'A.:VSSVMV . u oraraarr ni r : '*J-/<*.:V/-S.W.



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PACK TWO BARBADOS ADVOCATE WEDNESDAY. OCTOBER 18, 1K0 Ccuuh Callinq SAVED AGAIN MORE WOMEN TAKE SNUFF H IS I. %  Go will nth IBs) Belle Pumplnj Station ttM mnrntnp H\ U .'clock CW Harrisoni-n Society fWly diM*!' i ii Tuesday Mir. i Hi ii m M th. Ifcu etas* star of Harris.' Mr J C. Hammond has invited .1) Oltl Boys of tnr College In attend a meeting which ill hi held ir lh.School Hall Family Re-ur.ion M R. MICHAEL LAM i Mr> W. Lambert arrived from Grenada ove> the weeK-*ni \ %  H W 1 A •, tptuA .. • %  ottSaaj witt % %  i %  0 England Michael .* with Hart lays Bank. %  nd Itea been in Grenada for about ten months OW Coin. A FTEP read Cart-h's Uttk noV vektetd i .fuiil .i Gcore. IV nhtlling. Mi rtetmont Road sent DM in two old coins ti have a look at. he collect • them They are a Queen Armflorin dated 1108 and %  wuuani IV half crown dated 18S6. He also has a few other George III %  falUbisji r *, condition. Here For Two Weeks A RRIVING from Trinidad or Sunday afternoon by B.W.I.A was Miaa Mona Prada. who hn* %  ome over to spend her annual leave with Mr. and Mrs A deK Fr.impton in Navy Garden Miss Prada i* with the Royal Hunk of Canada in Port-uf-Spnin Sl' ••xpecls to be here for two weeks To Asiume New Job V*AJOR MARTIN HICKS who aWaH .i Private Secretarv n Durham. ODd for mrw aw*,,. day mornings the) cnCBrsd d:irlng n Nun had m %  JM .u--.i.. m it* |. iii .... Rftj I %  l liwlr i.i %  Mm in ihe meantime the mm.. theatre had Leen burned dow Then came the tears The young' i> ers would never know *hu". i-ad occurred and the gsjlanl .ptaiii was II such %  spot. Just H ih> yo u iisjssjs i wr< I' epaeiog u> leave lor Ua I mot. Muuru-4 iJtiwt O-V.II.-, ,.t !'• burned .IKMIU. .ip|-ered i> • % %  .• %  MM He was the one man ankB Km-vlmt really happet*>d to Marvi-I PuUemly DMWI explained ho-* • captain Meapea ,;,:.•, %  Ti i i'. ant were cr-i and tinBJJS< r-nae was wer Thchildren i turned happily taVSJastjasssj 'heir hsrhud bsam saved agai> I NS Twenty-First Birthdsv M B ALVIN HILL wm of M..,. %  n MS. and MRS KTAVI.I.Y NIC00LL8 Uft ysstcrday br 1WIA — a abort Ylalt to JamalM. Mr. Niccolls U B.W.I.A'-. SUtl. Flying Through The W.I. M", psterday AND MRS STAM.1V NICCOLLS left by B.W I A mg for .1 nor of Ihe Leewntd I?lnnd*. has They will also visit Trinidjd and reeentlv retired from Ihe South Grenada, before returning to Barf sneaahare Regiment in order to bados on Wednesday Octolx-i-25th. "uume this job. He haseen Mr Niccolls is B W I A'.-! "ervice In the nrmv He Station Officer at Sea well, and 1* has spent years i-i West Africa, a' present on two month-.' huliFaroe Islands. Indtn and Burma, dav. H* Was last stationed in Trieste M the edge of the Iron Curtain Formerly In Chili FOSTER, who were married Blackburn* and children hi Mi Trinidad on Suntlnv are oendirte their honevmnon in BarMr. A A W |l i wrtigaia. i.'lehrnusd hi* twentytmt birUiday on 13th Octotssr. Hn. Kindred and four guests gath • 0 at tin* HillV spuciouihome 'Iray's Hill which If looking v< mart after the umipiatiori of t 1MMM hurricane rapairt Mvinbers of the vtafls of both ranks were sUrosuriy rapres*>tn**o ..mong the well wWasn' as Alv i a clerk at Barclays Bank On Month's Holiday M R EDWARD SMITH and h daughter Iris arrived fro the Genc-ral Hosi^W^A ^T^LT^'^J alleftbyBWlA yesterda> ho,!da, *„, &lS? "^ morning for Jamaica avin* ^ W-vZriV She is shortly to be married >o r .-ET^ Waverl* Mr John Simmers who u wii Barclays Bank in Jamaica Great Succegs OaaMI %  S, ,wrll To Be Married Shortly Vliss bETTV IMcRAE who i Sisier i Thrv A KrgJt WEEKS and weeks *~ hard work, rushing all at John'i Antigua, svlfmit tickets -nd. making arrangements for a children's Fancy Diess Party m Mr Jid of St Johns Day Nurscrv been Mrs. MacDonald. wttg of ''oloiilai iivmg in Chili for Ihe past fifteen Secretary P. D MacDonald sucyears She hopes she will enjoy cveded in .staging a verv nrettv l>:id-. staving at Ihe < r H ,, hmate m the Wt Indies n< show on Thursday the former-well as she did In Chili She has Mrs. MacDonald experienced a dausnter of j found AnUgua very sticky this fair measure of anxiety thai the party might be Doomed' right up M>*. Fo-trr Patricia O'Connor Mr *nrf Mrs Brla Pnlo Seeo O'Connnr •>fjjpa*t week with the temperature |1T ound U*. CRVPTOQrOTE—Here 1 how to work tti AXVDLBAAXR U LONGFELLOW One letter simply stands for another In thts example A Is use* for the three L's. X for the. two O's. etc Single letters, apoatroph>e. the length and formation of the words an all hints, fcach day the cod. letters are different A Cryptogram (Juotailoai QVIL YL JYTWJS Z t P KT AKLJ V TKRCWI-TQNOMKLlt Cr4ejote: TWINKLE. TWINKLE. LITTLa; STAR! HOW 1 WONDER WHAT YOU ARE—TAYLOR. LI TQL G Y M A TI Rupert and the Castaway —28 K, i. tulUiv .Ion* ,ha lock* thtw uiot, „i i|„ i„,|, (en, guhrr round kupen ji-d talk and point in gfcji csciwnnni. "Oh dejr. I can't undmund you." he MV". bat I think t knew whit you WBM, YouV* itoing io lain mr ro ihst tilind. ttsn'l on > All right .... coaw on. Lai'i ao" Mow*vtr ht u miUjlMn. When .hiy rwcli the list nxk ih* darloa* m*- no ..gn pi gctnng inw ih bott. On* of ihem hold* it wtiUt Koo puihrt the piddle • Rupert. "Good gMtsjoil" MI.-, he ktll* beir. "you tutrly doer io wthere alone '" to the point of the parade For, as soon as Ihe eighty odd children were lined up on the grounds of (.overnment House, a dashing rain drove everybody indoors. For an hour Mrs. MacDonald must have had visions of 31st August when the hurricane smashed her plam on thai date to he followed by two other postponement* The third postponement was for H very good reanon all the same, Lccause It was decided to await 'he arrival of the new Governor's if.Mrs Blackburne made her first public appesu-atKe on this ocea.-ion and vary grsKaoualy prchented the prizes Her two child'lou Martin and Jean Joined in the procession In costumes of an Apache and a Green Acorn re*>pcctively. In the evening, dinner guestf of Mrs Blackburne accompanied her to a dance at the 'Happy Acre Hotel' in aid of the same cause. and sponsored by Mrs. MacDonaH who deserves grcfet credit for her first great social work in Antigua CROSSWORD %  L i 3 | 4 s 6 f pr %  |T w 11 i _1_ | 1 its ur LOMDGM I.'>ndon toUiesonlat* report that muff taking |g increasing in %  '• ..:Ti'mg wo%  gyj now aoo.OOO rvguaar ''ry. wan %  W I wur'n H -d annually. Mm and woman wtm see not .Jlowad to rmakf at work are helpti-g ui boost the snuff sales.. the tobacconists claimed. About a quarter of thesnuff "v fears are women The hsbf. is increasing among bus and taxi 'Irwmn. taaast ssiasigaH HI pola. i\ is the wortting clasar* who gM IHIVHIK U %  I N h B.B.C. RADIO PROGRAMME sniM euno: 7 s> "• She Cvnt-eapoea^ aasb.1. SJovH. S *" " ,,B io in Pt*.i.n* r-rU• U m m. ai.d •*! B.SS %  i" mmWei..! OrcneMi* • *• I'M* Dowsj, II im The Nr-.. U V p.m Naan Aoabm*. HUM %  ••lor Danrlruj 1 p n. Mid Weeh Unk. I IS p m B*ulo Nw*reel: I P"i %  ai a liars. 1pm The N* I 10 K" It,,,,, Ni from Brium. 1 IS .ai Spori. Review, tap* HBe %  On 1pm Brmih Concert Hub. p.ra The New.. )C p m The Daily Servte-: 4 15 p m M> ti*l ot Mue ppi aeaaprau a* ue Plam*. i P <" •*• eran.ni* B^raSe. ft M ta C*wnftr Vl BBS il n 1 S • ai >aUab fta-4* *> p m frmi Uv Three PraBViaiaat *> aj V aInMaSiaSe. M '" TI.* "'I '" t . H> ariw 1 Ift K m *" a TMebar : a The Csav le-iaotsr) RI*I* Novel, ft p si Maau->, NawateM J 1ft p . United BeSM fUawn. IB |) %  Coeapeae* ef 1 mr IP mm Mi) -* taui. S %  a SarHw ua> Oar Maea •>• %  %  • l*.j and Uveataek U> p *< TSa %  • %  •. I iu v. pap fsaai a* pas %  ! %  %  a> '* p m ii• %  a OP. M 4* p as **. %  % %  I %  fsVIAI. MtllMI TOMIHtR'IV, (TNIKMOAVi % WM. Jinim, DAVIS u\ Joamnr MACK atROsTM LOUISIANA" ft PRAIRIE EXPRESS IN MAY 1*111 Al-THED HITCHCOCK'S ROPE mi** released at tin Oistin—Plaza and played to packed Hruse* for one was* In i %  % % % % %  to swrnarous request we are now re pB a tlnS'-— Alfreo HITCHCOCK'S <. AIETY iTha (WW ST. JAMES WEDNESDAY >nd THIKSDAY I.M P.M. Warner's Double Paul HENHEIII in -('ONSrUMBB "'' Crry COOPER in -CLOAK nd D.Q %  MONOGRAM'S EXCITING WESTERN T1IR1I.L.ER' STAMPEDE" H.*l CAMERON BI.J .Igfcrny Ma.k iJHOWN na ei> .T ,./ WD.E8BY ai imiv PLilfil OISTIN i !" i . P.M Patamount's Exciting Double' McDonald CAREY — Paulette GODDARD 'RRIDE OF VF.NfiEANTE%  M TDBNADO' wllh Chester MORRIS — Nancy KELLY OpsolRx IRIDAV (New) "DAWaHTEt OF HaSf OORADV GLOBE TO-DAY Ii TO-MORBOW 5 4i 8.30 p.m. M.C.MS Super Double "Luxury Liner'* Jane Powell, Xavier Cugal, George Brent #*/ // R 1. In fl ated oaB to;nt> la lUoUm %  •< S. You are certatnl> oot seer, JI Uieae. <9l '. Uoeile atari -o ma nisturu nsute. (Hi 13 r < aov toe esireme. 6 la it oorna. utter the loaat <0) 8 Reckleasnesa. (gi 10 A WStSSDM los. (41 It. orlrnial ca^'UU. (01 a DrutS tlte Prenrl. end the Press dans erors mere aVssia cast Help or u ppo*e 10 uuwn. •i Note. (41 Use s gun ISI t. (a > j. TlilS tUOc tilKra KlKiTHa (ft> 7 Popular meau In Scotland. (Si H. rue* worn (or oinera. (Bi i) TtOs HQd 1 Down m an ial-;.c— (7) 11. Bpoll UKi.1 of A Dei. (4) 14 Another -nrt of tllle. (6| iu. Birda. (S) I 19, A male, (our majesty I (4| IL Clel trtrouRii oi 0* i;t K U.e this. I3i lOsfiOH ir M Tschnifolor' %  Ml Jsrne? STEWABT — Farley GRANGER Sir Cedrk HARDW1CKE and Othrr< M*LA'£A THEATRE mmmwmm IIIIIIH.I FO\\ X For Two Days Only TODAY and TOMORROW 5 aaat 8.3* P.M. SPECIAL MATINEE SATURDAY MORNING U3u (Double Feature) (Cheap Prices) James Oliver CURWOOD'S Johnny Mack BROWN in "WOLF HUNTERS" & "0VERLAHD TRAIL with Kirby GRANT and 'CHINOOK" The Wonder Dog with Raymond HATTON Warner Bros, presents Clarence DAY'S "LIFE WITH FATHER" Color by Technicolor KtarruiK William POWELL — Irene DUNNE with Elizabeth TAYLOR — Edmund GWENN FRIDAY 2.3e and 8.3* P.M. And t'ontimimg Dail> ui 5 and 8 30 l M AQUATIC CLUB (I-\I;MA IMe-nbe,, Only) MATINEE: TODAY at 8 P.M. TONIGHT and TOMORROW NIGHT K.3fl wiin RICHARD ARLEN — ANDY DEVINE KATHLEEN ADAMS — MARY TREEN A Universal Picture ^T^fT "The Search" Monlgomery CUR, Aline MarMohan EMPIRE LAST TWO 8UOWS TODAY 1.45 A JII M-G-M presents . -THI DOCTOR AND THE GIRL" Slam ii* Glenn FORD Charles COBURN Gloria DeHAVEN Janet LEIGH With Bruce BENNETT There will be no 2.31 Show on Friday. IIOXY TO-DAY md Toawrav *M a in United Artuts Double Paul MUNI i CUuda RAINS •ANGIL ON Ml SHM1.MI" THE IR00U0IS TRAIL" Goor<. MONTGOMr.HY Brendu MAKSIIAIJj ROYAL TO-DAY ud Tomorrou '. 11:10 Frider 4 3D Onl) Kcpubhc Double . Roy ROBERTS it Ceorje COOPER "FLAMING FURY" AND •THE LAST BANDIT" with William ELLIOTT & Adrian BOOTH PRIDAY NIGHT at S 3D ItRUAiNHHT' OLYMPIC TO-DAY Only 4 Ii us riNAL I.VNi'AI.ML'NT Republic SerUl . ••MISIIRWliS DR. SATANSttUTlJW Edward CIANNF.I.I.I Robert W11AOX WiUiam NEWELL C. Monugue 8IIAW With Ella WEAL Dorothy HERBERT I.HUK Mil It YOVH UAHDEN u...l LAWN It we offer LAWN MOWERS-12" A 14" From tlT.M St. RAJCBS JJA KHUAKS tor III-,!.* 2.BI HAND FORKS 63c OARDEN TIOWBLI • 1.21 SECATEURS .. SIM HOSE NOZZLES From 83c. MENDERS S UNIONS 25c also VO.M—for manuring of Vegetable-, ft Flower Hardens THE BARBADOS CVS)PEH*.TIVE COTTON FACTORY LTD. EMPIRE THEATRE Till-KSI1AY lMh ud FRIDAY 2Mh at 8.30 P.M. MATINEE: FRIDAY AT 5 P.M. MSS. A. L. STUART rMnli Her SCHOOL o£ DANCING In 'REVUEDEVILLE 1950' Music by the Police Band Directed by C.pt. C. E. RAISON, A.R.C.M., M.B.E. HiExcellency the Oovemor and Party will be attending First Niflit BOX OFFICE OPEN DAILY From 8.30 a.m. Io 12 noon and 1.30 p.m. to 3.30 p.m. PRICES:— ORCHESTRA and BOXES |l.50i HOUSE !.•; HAI.CUNY Tie. RESERVED. Th e $64.00 Question THIS IS NOT FOR THE OLD FOLKS To the young men and women of this fair island home of yours. We call it Barbados, you call it Little England. As we were Baying to you young folks—you are on the threshold of life—the one and onlv life on ihis planet CiOD has given you. What are you doing about Iii*? That U Ihe $64.00 question Are you living each day and improving yourself, morally, socially, intellectually, and firiancislly? Or are you throwing your life away? Are you kscping good company or bad company'.' Are you trying to live decently and making every effort to obey the laws of your Country? In other words are you a decent citizen or a potential "vagabond" or "streetwalker"? search your conscience examine your life carefully to lhiS ( minute and see which category you belong. Answer truthfullydon't kid me because you will be kidding yourself. I was a bad yoking man. followed bad company end went to Jail—became worse by aaaiocialion with hardened criminals. I got out of Jail and went down the drain— or sewer—and ? But the time came and I feli in love with a beautiful girl and tried to mend my ways, but it was too late folk* I say with all my strength "CRIME DOES NOT PAY" you will realize that when you see me as the "BAD MAN" in 'THEY LIVE BY NIGHT". You might not like the real life role I portray—it's tuugh—ir*a rough—it's a powerful drama of love and tears and heartbreak, but you will get a new experience when vou aae "THEY LIVE BY NIGHT" starting at The GLOBE THEATRE Friday Ortobcr JOlh I in/* rtttKU GLOBE FRIDAY OCT. 20 PLUS LOCAL TALENT



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Orl.krr IS 19J0 Bartotitas Miacate HOUSE NATIONALIZES NATURAL GAS Mottley Defeated In British Air Liner Crashes; 28 Killed LONDON, Oci. 17. TWENTY THREE passengers and five of the crew were killed when a British airliner crashed at Mill Hill in the northern suburbs of London today. Only one adult on board survived. An infant was atnon:; the par trirera fcil'ed Th. a Bi'tish European Airways Dak VE down in North London after leavini; Lohdon i< The survivor was rushed to hosptf'. I' via not known whether he was a member of Ihc r*r* w or %  peai I -_, %  *- Th^ plane caught Ire in the Wisdom Of %  *' %  nil | roof top. ploughed | thrown wi.ll and landed in CD. &W. Scheme* f\ ••' %  | pi. i %  I'ew over the house, on* OueatiOnett I wing m, nfl and -tuck the I house. The plaincrashed across • narrow road A (urge open space adjoin' ihe ttreet on which Ihc pl.ine came down. It was thought .hal the pilot might have been making tor this to make a forced landing. The plane left Northolt airport mm minute* bafert M scheduled time and shortly afterwards, n radio mesing" was received saving that one engine was cut of rder and mat the pOOV was trying to got bark to the base. %  L message H "'ceived. An eye witness said: "No one ronld jjel near the plane, it was burning so fiercely. But I undertime! MUM passengers mm have >>ecn thrown out besjk| bodies were tatati away." Bight of The 23 passengers were women The sole survivor was the plane's steward. —tieuter LONDON. Oci 17 The Colonial Welfare and IX>velopmcnt schenMi In the West Indie %  are tx-mg purs., i vigoa oualy. but not nccessar.iy wisely It is a debatable point whether in 20 yeai* i.oni now there will be anything of lasting worth to show for the time and money now being spent Scbolarsj boys and girls to enable them to go to Secondary Schoolami similar educational schemes are all to the good, but they do* not get to the roots of social problems oi the Islands. These allegations are contained in a letter to the Mssrh-il-i Cuardtai! this morningfrom Imelda Peter of Dominica who says "If the welfare scheme hopes to achieve any measure of real success it would be wiser to begin from the beginning and give first claim to the little children and homes they conic f rom Peter states that in laying the foundation for a better West Indies th chief object to have in mind la the future of the Caribbean race morally, socially and economically. Because many of the early inhabitants of the islands were slaves and as such not permitted to marry, there are today more than 80 per cent, of the British Caribbean population with no regular home life. The malorlty of children of a CtMtasssui .i.u.iuiiK> ....burn out of wedlock and grown up— without any knowledge of family life In the European sense of the word. Binding Ties The people of Britain have a firm foundation of binding ties, traditions and social structure*. the writer points out. The peo-. pie of the Caribbean have next) Jo none. These are voids whlrV Colonial Welfare and Development could help to All by encouraging the formation of regular homes by every means In 1U> power and by taking the children of these regular homes In their formative years and having them trained in special schools. "There would be at least ono such school in every island." Peter continues, "with 100 acres or more attached There oro schools in Britain which can be taken as models There are teachers In Britain who can be sent ou. to mould and guide the minds, hearts and hands of these little ones and train them in the English Way of life—which Is the British West Indian ideal If Colonial Welfare and Development were operated along these lines, then In 20 vears there would be something of lasting worth u. show for the time and money now being spent in the new Caribbeai rare. „____ D*.AMSSMH PRESIDES OVER LEG. CO. The lion Dr. 11 G. Messiah yesterday presided over the meet, ing of the Legislative Council This was the first time in hat career cf eight vcars as a Councillor that Dr Messiah has acted as President of the Council The Hon. J. D Chandler Is ou. Of the colony and Hon. Robert Challenor. who is Acting President, could not attend yesterday's mectine Motion For Postponement Syrian Officials Arrested DAMASCUS. Oci 17 Syrian military police last night arrested former Syrian Defence Minister Ahmad Charabati and "HM'I fiuveininenl employees end civilians Among those arrested w UWMMMII Tew Ok an Egyptian student wanted by th* Egyptian police on the charge of murdering former Egyptian Finance Minister Amln Osman Pasha in Cairo in September 1946 Hussein Tewflk son of a wellknown Government official escaped from Cairo police a month before being sentenced In absentia to ten years hard labour for murder. It was rumoured that General Ahdulla Aieh. Defence Minister during the six month military regime of Husni Zaim was also arrested to-day. Colonel Zaim was ousted fi power and shot dead In a military court in 1949 Arms and ammunition w reported found in the house of %  Government employee arrested to-day. The Syr. n lender Doctor Ameen Rouayha was also am c.l -Reuler. EMEN are shown coiit'tntraUng water troynd by Brr y-trd*y evebldk. These fir. the iaut vi sieve's Laaaatry which wcompletely das eking 'If ri*aicH.:roBi Chapman Street Laundry Burnt Out Top Priority For Atiti-CommunistBill CANBERRA. Oci 1' The Labour dominated Australian Senate which has been I delaying action on the Government's Ant i-Communist Bill today agreed to let t a in 1 have top priority. The Governing Cody of the Australian Labou party yesler-lay withdrew al :.ppoarion to the passage of tne Bill. Prime Minister Itolwrt Men/ies announced at a press < %  < that the Bill which outlaws the Communist party v.u!d be nil %  %  %  %  after it has been paagtd Dj the Senate. Senator N r, MrKcnna Depur trailer of she opposition explained In the Senate that the change in a'tltudc followed instructions from the Laboui Parts*! Executive Reuter. Lowe's Laundry al the corner Of Chapman Street .md Baxters Road was completely destroyed by fire shortly after 4 3D D'etat k yesterday evening Tiuee people i were injured in now detained at the General Hospital. They were 26-year-ol.i Jl ItMttt Chapman of Black Itock .,nd 21year-old Mignon Johnson of HallRoad, both washers, and 21-yearold Eric Lowe of Jones Lund, Black Rock, son of the manager The Fire Brigade were summoned to the fire at -4 40 p.m. They turned out under Capt. Grant Assistant Superintendent of the Br.gade. When fhey arrived on the scene flames were shooting from windows and doors of the building and urrounding buildings were in danger They erected three stand posts and used 1.200 feet of hose. Pick axes and fire bOOkl were employed to pull down the rool cf the building and shift boxes inside Two shops to the norti house above caught fire and water bad to be concentrated on these to stop the fire from tprendlng Firemen also hod to rip up r.ol\ anise sheets from the roofs of the shops. No firemen were seriously inim-.-d. i>ut one was slightly bruised Wl an they returned to the Fire hSaW clothes were soaked and the heM h i hair from the hands of %  few. lip to late last night a laree ill surrounded the bvnl out buOdlni W.I. Bla/er GoM Among those Buffering the loss o' clothing in the Lowe'l I %  %  i fir-is Mr Clyde Wnlcolt. West HdJan *rlefttttr |iut hacsl fro England. Onlv ;. few I i fore the Mate Mr Wnlentt had tpken era* ti'-iii' his r*Hre "*.irdrobe. including his Wl blazer to the laundry. LI.N. Troops Close In On Pyongyang Fight Expected In 36 Hours (By ii i I \\ BATB81 TOKYO. October 17. WITH United Nations troops lelfiiUi.sslv doting in. the] fur Pyottgyajng, the North Kon an capital, was tonight j i Kpected i<> start within 3B hour> British Common wealth troops today took the lead from the Aim-ru-.ins in the race on Pyongyang fumi the south. Guns biasing, they charged Communist detent* posttlona on foot lp:.nn r to an end an*' ooal revoll We ara afraid a revolt will place .II the eo.uitiy n ci %  HI DI onlv D> I -.unjuat, but %  rtfl b . moral and political hankmptcv' t.ev added Thalr petlUon. sulmutted to the ,\ th %  i ins reiuro from his %  ... tared i i l alaCa eert.un offlrials who Hot deserve that hotl T %  H advise and trdanan 111 ma'teri of tin n net i i van eonti ,s],ieiun lt bjch is batn '-i-tiiMtcd that lhe> an lag. I kwMd in Uw arms scandal .tfTectiug our valiant army Th belief prevails that iuatk" -.Mil \*' Incapabw •>: louehui SV ials just HS .. %  On UastUng nf UM Rarral aacrasM that I'.riiHmenI i Iani hat beeoeM %  rnethlni on papai pics* desviibing us s a public which bears IniUatfet ue IICIIIK RvaHraated and like .illllll.its OUW polntl MI. nie ".. • i .nilI uni,mbian the happy days when your Majcstv was an raanaat and .i i (ard I -n-M-iil tli.vernmoiit teHaw that if they are on good i Iritfe i ..hue ofliclals they will ensure their remaining in 1 ower and hide their evil actions.' Rewtrr. Persia Doubles Custom Duties TEHERAN CM 71 Persia to-day doubb I cuaioi all import-. countriei whi n Persian goods. A special -"' 10 oanl < imposed on smxiCustoms .'.HQOUilCeU... Custom Rabt* tO fa*'. with the I'nit. i Stole i ol one oi ibe I to doubled rate> — Renter. No \ru Industries For Natioiiulisatiun Expected hROM. SOCIALIST GOVT. • • %  Tile Social Uovcrnnient gra not %  tor nauoiiiilisniiDii aiiei. I session of Paihament DfM lime Thli sugar will con U nt w to h. iriteipn.r Bu) .1 ,. %  %  <• will be i. i to take coupled with a declaration dial of nationalisation krili I 1 "n tiuil try I ire* fri m the tbj %  Mi ba t:I rJtalsansji by Mr. ChurdblU ano light Dul wh" • icbate on the addraaj In rr;d* i 1 . I .'. this s; re beli %  %  %  lit Will gu to I try In Spring, rather i. budget than after If i %  %  | %  . %  be Thursday's di %  %  %  IIH.I\\I\<. OF Till-: IMI "^ e*urther north South Koreai •.--epuig aaroH I sula from the captuml port of out %  I expected soon to eul %  i ang from the north British Cornrnonwi ilth troops %  ."ivance ie advanea to Sarlwoti %  . ip i too • %  n in an aj i 1.1 |*oi tnota thai the. battled tO clt i: | Heds Flee. fc Then tin \rgyfl Nai i 1 : South !'. eat 1 %  West Germans Hate British More Than Jews WKST (irRMANY. f ihi-Mlour >nl disliked live p i ient ftrltlsil Ud Fiemh and Ml per c ldr.-i.ins Rioter. .1 Of II" I ]l II %  %  -. lalong Krean ad\ %  ml patrols to within thiee miles %  nung, i!.. e itn 0* the H %  h 1 roops I Oil l I n:.lll • On pair g M.C.C. Heat Colts I'EHTH, Or'. I" The Vi losuhWl galnt-i i r '.nil oi OBI O\< ... %  MI they b i an inni-us %  I l-J'b. •Ucii l.i.l Innir. „eh total of JUtf r I ,. i.-t* -a lead of 210 DM'I rlvaul || | ,. an irtei hi i ... . ... Hn lot 117. i %  rrp on iiU i %  (DUI I I the las .., vi ho r.'vhei IS 1 I Itcut^r 'THE HOUSE OF ASSEMBLY y. sterday pusea a Bill to provide for tle estabhshment of I Natural fJras Corporation. The Bill was pasaeti after a motion by Mr E. D. Mottley ir _,. U *S K le IIKI • bomb' %  it > be Boa n Briasj Korea I'ulo-China Aitlun the nan days to hrl| French fi'reos hohi ibe uortlivrn border against ' .elniinli in III riil French aaurxea ban b rhey would art as u stopgap l mil the .n rival of AjlaarsCg i.ultlary aid pronn>rd this w.-ei. m Washington The Fri'iieh an tndo-Chtna bad gawugh pilot* li allied by Ameneans in world Wat two tn fly bomlaffn imuu^liatplv Kieiuh sources add*-d A Kiench mission headed hy lean Letourneau MinUlei "oihp Assoriatcd SAtes and Goner* I Mpl onaa Julo, laiUtw Ban tea Into Batgott I i the MtlunSon on the l>or 1!' an/i report back to the FrrncS iiiei T"iuy are also expertwl '.i help General Maroel ( -i i" i %  %  '. I cal (niEinmnder in rim-t W moMa SVraleg.cal dp.tiions In hthraetened area what* well trained Vlelmtnh forces ara asUrnated lo numbei %  ) le.t-t 00 Rruter i WASHBROOK JOINS M.C.C. I.ONI>ON. Ort 17 l.viil Waslibrook. the England nd lawrushirc opening batsma i. left Indon an port to-day to Join the HCC learn In Australia. Washbiook did hot sail with tin i ,'ieady playing in Au-tialia, last month because ha han I i gOgSJ nffaii' •" leltle Hi Kngland. He received permission nival Lite. !: %  an Rraler. betwei .i I %  suieraaflll The kUrt slraw thai bad the camel's back, said M i that the) afona %  i . %  i n a half miles of the pip--: Turner's Hall Wnl lo '' as long a'inlicense lusteil JO years Mr. E 1 M .Ml. Q I. d Oil the speeches fnr the Op|xv*i" ing thnt lhi> Oovernment should ambeig why the negotiations with the Company bad >•< I been successful His vi. .Id have ii> rtu4y 'he Implicit. Mill Tin. view wai niDportad i" pat Wllklnaan, Mi Wai.l and Mr. Reacv who ..Ii asked f->i more time "ill 11 was an important n re. they said and Its ramitV • Ide. %  Uia Petroleum feet, |Mo rapertai al iiatur.il ttao in the OOVI Baacutlva Conurdttea and provided n>r the granting nf licences and leuses to search for. win and dispose of natural gas Prior lo Uih natural gas was vested in the landnwnsa 11 >* Union OU Company Hunted held lease.from the landowner In respect or mineral rights at Turner's Hall Plantation In SI Andrew from srblch .i NMNj M natural gas was obtained Tha Compani has aaatribulad naiurai gas so leoovared to carIgln i>ulilic institutions and to the Rsrharlfw Gas Cotni plying i>i is -The Doverni %  %  and ha I for the issue of a longti-iiii lien laawa to the Com panv Pot 'he psjrnoai of arlnnlng and distributing the Ka* fiom the veils III .i :• Turn1 Htiot ie • On rage a First Zoo Pot Naples NAPI-ES IN' H IBM thli month will open first too slocked with III n tlvan ba Kuropean and American zoos Will I-.. !" Kruler KM. TllK ADTOOATI Ml' ^l\\ King Sill llay ag Nli;ht inr TIII; \nvfn \rt PAVI I '''i hfaTtVa SOUTH KOREANS PREPARE POLITICAL BATTLE FOR Tastarday morning at Ssawall. sbortly after 7.30 o'clock work on the catting of the old runway baga'i Flctsra asvews a B.O. Airways >l*n* taking off from the new runway, wtiiob Is In the far backgrouoil Xa lae farsgronnd U a "Carryall." which has just damped It* load of rock on the rack pile In th* rlg/h* foreground. Ta two asao fa tae laft of tbs picturs ars walking across the OUT. SEOUL Oct. 17 1 > %  <•' %  man 1 %  :lve for Korean %  ehange%  %  • %  %  %  %  %  Ko %  %  %  .'fui tin .nt to *r a year. %  bscjre >"-sent •-. judge tlie senUment of the mas* of the North ten how UM r raa -to U Ha Nations control and) lo tubsequcn. %  %  I •*> opporarglmetni %  %  %  %  %  munurts large:. pdvantages of t(,:* I. ^i.latlon bv %  Likings there might %  rouble—p in farmer i %  tbey have %  bi fnet a. I aehafved this poarl Reports from the north *a / n tru-ir twetitiaa an f servtllly rtro %  lids povarrful women s bloi in 010 But Uw %  i'.-ulisa 1 %  rnoui and mill htana i then tfaafanant el Nm rtarnai realise they ran ;i .l,i,w btttei raprl i H %  and i i-.il Vaders IT* ootng what lha* can to pre>"d cases of revenge .^i < ipUvag and a numI) r of offenders havg le-'n %  KiW I I .Idiei | havr been lri*!iurtel to maintain the • towards ihe North •; %  There bavfl i>ern no wild • and murder ill towns so '..i apl in A In 100* places soldiers have bean warmly %  anwrni rivii offiitl K. rat <>f collabora4too ha. %  authonties have rounded up only 500 out -if a pop which show Mderable rrataaura -.f n-stralnt. i.


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WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER establish a Corporation for the K rpose ol recovering and dlsbuting natural gas in or*MH b secure the supply of such gas as hVrelofore. The Government have also bai n conducting negotiations with the Company with a view to acquiring the pipeline and other necessary detail the QMnBiunimUona between Government and B.U O.C. Fortunately, the agreement at present betw*>en tin* Government and BUO.C. was thai they equipment to enable the recovery. | *nould continue lhe.r operations Sea Island Cotton Goods; tmc y '>**•* -, _-. _. Can Continue May Be Imported TO Be Exported aT 1 /if I"* %  ,N ORDER to -How certai 1* f*| *4 III I I I 1 I V exporters of fancy molassM t A V/V/ \_^JL M-r%M%,J export 15B.2*! win* (gallon* at •* molasses, now in their possession. gp g~\ \ which undei the existing bfflasU* g 1 (Mr f #fltV M f*fLr ''"O. cannot U-aalU Inexported _._, ._ ___ _. tlve Council yesterday passed I TItL LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL met at S p m veatvrday Mil to amend the Fane) Molasses The Clerk offered an excuse lor the absence nf Hun K IP****"*" 0 aM. Bxpon U< Ch.llenor .he to ta, PrntO mt ul .he Council j J K" I he Hon. Colonial Secretary laid the Annual Report of the lanes Molas, SupCaTuotattdtftl of the Market for the year 194H-49. -M ended Thfl Council p assed resoiuUons:— J "j*g" '" %  For the sum of tlU^M to upSS^toJSn nJarnent UM btlmataa iBSO-al gallons Pan 1. Current, as shown in ihv This amount of molasses _. Supplementary E*lUnale 1850-51 manufactured miringthe 1048-411 Ptlj^ 1 tX lmij*h ik.. O— k t J. .1 1 1 1 4 • _a t fc . i distribution and supply of natural gas to be continued without Interruption The Company however Is not willing to sell immediately such pipeline and equipment. As il is intended that thi commodity should be carried on as a nationalized industry, it is considered essenti .! that such pipeline and equipmer*. shoi-ld belong to the CorporaUou. and should be transferred to and veiled In the Corporation at the earliest opportunity. Provision is therefore made for the transfer to the Corporation of the pipeline and equipment of the British Union Oil Company Limited and Ihe vesting of such pipeline and equipment in the Corporation and the payment of compensation therefore, The amount of such compensation may be agreed upon lietween ihp Corporation and the Company, but failing agreement, shall be determined by arbitration the same way under" a flftynfis Ikagfl Any questions that* the Hon. Members wanted to ask, he was anxious to ..mtwer on behalf of Of the C.ove-nmeot. He was Imploring members to criticise the bOL but he a~ked them BOt to I auggestions from tho floor except they intended to : buck them. The question of equipment ragsg up and B.U O.C were very unreasonable in the i u?goL'.ations. He ''..is giving the House the lolcmn assurance that as far as the negotiations with B.U.O.C. il.) Mr Adams, was mal cari> out thi Government Ol been rcip. Mr Mottle) iK., aald that he WSJ goini! to ohiect to the second reading of the bill The reason bflrSof theOppoUld have more time to fB into the matter thoroughly. ivai given notice on Tuesday lust aim the honourable did not get it before las: Saturday „r autn thut the honouiliblo members ihould have becomei reasonably acquainted wiUi it before they sut and merely ran through it. Effl wag sure that the Government would not have liked to see a bill of that magnitude raided over without constructive criticism coming from the Opposition. "There Is a principle involved in this bill," said Mr. Mottley; and the heckle came: "What is thu principle?" No answer came. Mf. Mottley said that they, th„ Opposition, were not wedded to .atlonali..it]on. Then* were, how• verquite a number of the members of the House who urnBjed'.ed to nationalisation. He did not even see a compromise for nationa I lsatio-i Mr. Adams rose to a point of ogfHi to draw to the attention Of Ouj Depulv Bpeaker that Mr Mottley was out of order but the Deput) Speaker made no ruling Mottley po to ted ol where the i i reaaosu of Uie bill spoke of nationalisation. He quoted "ns It is Intended that commodity should be carried on as a natlon%  which form th) to this Resolution: For the sum of $15,000 to supplement the Estimate-. 1950-51, Part II. Capital, as shown in the %  ntary Estimates 1950-51. No 34. which form the Schedule to this ResolutionTo approve the allocation of the oalance of the stabilisation fund lixed on the 21st September, 1950, by the Goveriioi-in-Executiv Committee on Uie advice of th> Fancy IColagesg Control and Marketiug Board undei visions of section 10 of the Barbados Fancy Molasses Production and Export Act. 1 For the sum of (281 to nu.t the cost of travelling and out of were concerned, th e question of p ...''T*' ' the invitees lumonallsatlun although S was £?.*• H use ,,f Assembly and the policy of UM Government — lhc LcB ^ 1 ,lv ' (<>;meil to the He said that cverythini* posaibli should be done tn P.arbndos ti orevent the closing down of the two wells at Turners Hull. Natural (Ins was a gift that they could really see and they had heard and read from the I,epper Report about a bath of oil That was something • On page t. opening ceremony of the Legisla%  %  i uiell appointed under the raVw Trinidad ,md Tobago constitution. Cotton Good\ (till Paved Tile Council pasted bills:— ; ir for the uitporttttlon Wand free of duty for a period of one year of goodmade from Boa Wand Cotton To provide for the Manage•urol ami Bupen lalon ol n> Seawell Airport: To auttwrtN the Highway CommisRioitent ot Christ Cmiretl tO UKsnaajBj the travellma allowance payable to their Inspector Of Highways: To authorise the Highway Commissioners of Christ Church to pay a gratuity to James Har> end Albert Deckles out of Highways funds: To authorise the Vestrv of the parish of Balrt Philip to raise a loan not exceeding C5.0O0 to rel>;ur UM Parish Choi.h. Chapels Parochial Buildings or the said parish; To amend the Barba' iiM' and the Mil • i p aaed ihroug all its stafjH ^_^_^_ Seawell Airstrip Will Be Enclosed PEOPLE, animals and vehicle* will now be controlled when than are at Seawell Airport. The Legislative Council yea,v passed a BUI granting Iht aovwnor4n-bogUtra rintimittee the power to make regulation* lor the r nu'iit. Control and Supervision of Seawell Airport. The bill also give* power to any i nstable to arrest any falsad by Hon. (--rson who Infringes any of the [ Impossible for ftt'jtulatlons made under the bill In moving the second readi of the bill, the Hon Acting Colonial Secretary said that It was of paramount importance that they i .Html people, animals and vehicles at Seawell, especially on account of the dangers that arose from the wandering; of animals over the runway and other parts i f the aerodrome They had peoples' lives at stake .ind It was essential that the Oov11 nor in Executive Committee tike steps to control movement %  Another, part of the bill dealt .th the provision of powers to rreat persons on the aen-trome .1 was not always possible to go through the ordinary legal proeeduff*. H might be necessary for n man to be removed at once power to arrest was essential The Ihmhle V. C CJale thought that the term Ilif rcoulailwu -NonId be laid before each house of (he Leoulatur? as soon as they ii era made was too ambiguous It would have been better in the case of regulations as Important a those, If some specific date had I in mentioned Fence Necessary llon'ble <• B. Evelyn said that h had suggested several years Ku that trie airstrip should be e closed. He thought that a fence v> ould have more value in heepini{ animals off the runway than %  ny regulations that could only anply to people and vehicles. The Hon. Acting Colonial Mercian said that he should have ev plained that It was the intenWix that the airstrip would be fenced He realised that the regulations would not have any el'eet on animals but they hoped thai Ihe fence would. With regard In the other nolnt What's On Today afaatfasj ol Chamber of tornPolice Band at Bay Street I .|.:.ni. *i II. i. in Mobile Cinema. Groves As... iiitnt.ii Station Yard St George at 7 30 p.m. Cuke-Skinner Case Continues RETRIAL ol the Cu le-Skinnei ao'ion r>i damages %  ontlnu r t vesterday lomri %  n .1 :i... H II the Chief %  : %  e, s.i . Ian C i m ite and i %  pccial tury, It ui Itil %  to-day. .1 ;i and Skinner's L-4. Cuke's rn in knaa cap was brokon, and he is seeking (OT pcrso.tal mjurits The cose has already bt I in the Court of Common I'leas. and ended m .. va tttct In favo-.. of r -. Skr net to the Waal ) %  Appeal, ano that Om ri al .• Is >'. sitting !•••earl "iis ymte ordered a retrial In the original I %  %  PU haarlni aha lury awarnV £1,500 general damages and .i u "i ipei la i m l.i the retruil now i Cuke lepnscnted by Mr. I) H L Word instniete.) by Messrs. Hutchinson 4 BantV while Skinner is rep'eseUe\l by Mr. W W. Heeee. K.C inslruete-l by Messrs. Carrlngton fc Sealy. Both Cow jury yaataraay Tha Chatl Judsn is expected to sum up to the Jury to-day I Vusant Proprietors Dtetttisfied With Crops' Prices MR. W A CRAWFORD Is enouning of tlovernment if they aie aware of the dissatisfacUon peasant proptfaun and small cultivators with regard to puces paid for the 194B. 1949 and l ops. Mr, Crawfo/d gave nouce of ii leatlons relative to this at yes•irday' (meting of the House of Asaarnbly, He asked Is Government unaware of th fad that considerable dlssatlsfacbiin exists on the part of peasant noo.ivior* and small culUvators 'i neralhr with regard lo the prices pud for the 19357 1949 and 1930 cane crops" Is Government unaware that estimated from available figures as to the total value of a ton of *ugar, the average costs of manufacturing raw, muscovado sugar .uid fanc^jw.1 asses, other produc,l.n COStl and the average recovery of sugar factories, the prices paid for canes during these three <8) years are less than what the vrlue of sugar would have affordC Gale. It was lumber of rea. pcci flc date in which the regulations would be laid It waa of course the intenUon of the Governm-m-Kxe. utlve Committee to UVJ the regulatinualmost immediate!' Hon'bfet (i Ii I. IMe thought that the matter was II Lovely Card. "I Ho* v with envelope" X al 1/S. XI*. S/3 pel ""* t For INVALIDS — S AHMOUR'S CAUS fXKlT JELLY Very Nourishing Easily Digested— lit Bollle. F1KEWORKS OF ALL I1ESCHIITIONS KT .See us for Wholesale I'nr.-s oj Sparklers 12 SPARKLERS In P"e*age for Me II I) M II S S MATCHES &U>,-UWSS*'*'*W[d? to 'TIVK'STAB CAjtB," the new. Dagenlisai otiilt Tord Consul and Zephyr Bis. bring quality, dignity heaiity to Uie motorlit. Engl'iesrlng features n*sc bafor* Incorporatad in any ens maka of British ear are combined to give owner* •trength. power, comfort and safety In their motoring. Powered by overhead valvo iTglnit. the four cylinder (l.'-o* eel GOD-KII and sis cylinder (2982 cc) Zephyr Six have tndeprnd.'i* front wheel naapeDdon with built-in shock absorbeM; Integral steel bodle*: "flow ride." centre.l.ing Mating and hydraulic hrakea. Behind Dagenham's first new der cur to be built at Dagenham. "FIVE STAR'' MOTORING Pnron-oi glurig BMttnc, hydraulic brakes on i rear seat well forward of all four whee*_s and indep.-n.iem The t-CyUndwl CoawaJ bag •* back axle. front wheel suspension With builtcubic sapacity of 1508 cc. devel... h in double acting shock absorber* oping 47 B II P. at 4.400 H.P.M. There can be no doubt that T* P %  %  %  ii. I %  u,r Six has these cars will set new standard* never ItChlnwo will. Itrarurtb, %  cubic capacity of 2262 cc doIn popular motoring, combi comfort. eav-r.din and safety veloping 08 Bill' at 4.000 beauty and utility Once again ford is first. RPM and i* the firat six cyllnpeiform RAIN MAN SEA VIEW (ilEST HOUSE TWO MEN stood at the cross roads on Broad and Prince Win Ban r Street re ten*.-. ;.t '• ]< < %  a-* Heavy rain |n.ured down One was the PoUowOUUl on tr;f11. dutj al that point, and thf othei i one*let man arith i • lehe awnad Arthur Jones, known liguie around And white the i .... %  the shelter of his hug umbrella, j ...i %  sesned quit* %  Ulna in ..•-rts with %  .uneo "own his fiice and he was thoro ed. but he did not at-. Bfl night one bil. u he slowl) mred. wended his relu Thorpe i Street. Cenersl It I)*** Government propose ;ilie .m* steps lo guarantee that n e<|ui .ible puce is paid for .tries reaped during the coining ]f Uie jnswer to Question No. 3 la in the rwgatlve, will the Oovtninent slate the reasons WD] ;,i .onsequeme f Barbados has Iwaagaled since 1947 that the standard cost of manufacturing sugar should l.r revised annually: ., Committee of both. Houses of the legislature which was unpointed to \.. t iir Kep.ii bag mi. lui'il "th.it the mnient should itself : gnd tnaayaa U * %  from which the economic condillons of the largest il not UM only industry In the ...iimy can bg wmlfnwimilj exMbltad (cj lb" Government's allegation that there Is at presen" no suitable offlrer pvailabl lo undertake the stnltsii-nl V/orb which would be necessary order to calculate standard on the lines proposed q Bnep na rd, V M the Gdvernincnt lake steps |y to loiplemenl the l.iiion of the Commitlatura under refwith regard to the %  ppolntment *>f an Afrleultural E*oiiomiat on the stall of the Uepiirtinent of Agriculture? If the answer to Question 5 be in the negative, will the Governasasji plflsjaa iflflU UH iwaavM K • Motor Cyclist Injured In Fall Theophilus Thoipof 1 I < aans of the Garrison Service Station, struck an embankment while nVttni Mi motor eyela .-long BrUt IlaU at about 8 45 o'clock Ctil.tHUtKIl OF.V11.S WHEELS mid 30 olhei klndK of PAIN'S FIHKWOHKS BRUCE WEATHERIIEAI) LTD. WHEN CONSTRUCTING OR REPAIRING A BUILDING ALWAYS USE I:VI:I.III: ASBESTOS-CEMENT CORRUGATED Ml I I IS ZIP Fasteners WHITE fath 6r. 7r. at 9f. l()f, 12t, 14. „ Mr. 18c. 20f. 22f. & 24r. I III III Kill each Iir. 7f. Sr. III. IOC. lit'. 12C. He f.-ll i.nrt HASTINGS. BARHAIKI-. I \< I II EN1 ( I IMM Mil.* STOI Kill KM! nilflO prr Dag upwards (IncluMi. | Apply M. W S H THIS WEEKS SPECIALS. (arllona Cornflour 1-pi. pkgs., Jelly Crystals. Shredded Wheat. Crmsr & Rlaekwell Soups, leaker Com Flake*.. Local Pepper Sauce, Armour's Sandwich l \ri!ifl r. Ibt RIDGWA1 COWm JOHN D.TAYLOR & SONS LTD. CAVE SHEPHERD & CO. LTD. 10, 11, 12 & 13 Broad Street OF INTEREST TO ALL CRICKETERS WI IIAVK 1M.EASURE IN ANNOUNCING THAT FROM MONDAY, 16TH OCTOBER .fir. BVEBTtm WEEKES (TinI'npulur We\i Indian Cricketer) WII.I. BE IN ATTENDANCE IN OUR SPORTS C.OODS DF.PARTMENT FROM 8 A.M. TO 4 P.M. DAILY MR WTF.KES IS ADMITTEDLY. AN AUTHORITY ON CRICKET AND EVERYTHING PERTAINING TO IT. IF YOU ARE INTERESTED. DROP IN AND SEE H1M-HK WILL BE GLAD TO ADVISE YOU REGARDING THE CHOICE OF A BAT OR GEAR OF ANY KIND. INCIDENTALLY WE NOW HAVE IN STOCK. 100 "EVF.RT0N WEEKES" AUTOGRAPH BATS I VI RY ONE OF WHICH WAf PERSONALLY SELECTED IN THE FACTORY BY HIMSELF. UNDER THESE CIRtmSTANCM ANY COMMENT BY US REGARDING THE QUALITY WOULD BE SUPERFLUOUS. -^X HARRISON'S SPORTS GOODS DEPARTMENT TELEPHONE NO. 2352. /



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PAGE SIX BARBADOS ADVOCATE WEDNADAV, OCTOBER 18. 1(M HENRY BY CARL ANDERSON MICKEY MOUSE BY WALT DISNEY JT A\ff4NTVWC IM r A*INS 0\ E -C02 _C A*~-t • 03N AA5tf> BLONDIE BY CHIC YOUNG HONES VOJ M;U "UN (TlGHT OVER* TO GETYOU SHOULD LEAPN TO SAV "NO"_%  "V i*Y "I* I %  £ *? -i AFPAtD ( M£T?GET TMfc6AM6QLS WAV TO MH-AACKM -VOuj •vOu.D MVH' :TANI> TMI-I< ^OuOwt-v VOJ 0 0f TiCfrO )FKq POM IMAMfr M(-\ Jfc IT 1AA4T04 YOU I 'iT^j3*^^-SiATn*^p* TWOO WiNNt-P. I—"" THE LONE RANGER BY FRANK STRIKER Wli. FKO A lUtf 10 Ml VOJ TEU WH1 'CO I2.ED TD KliL ME BRINGING UP FATHER BY GEORGE MC. MANUS I'M GO MA.'. TUB-* MV ... MA4. *C*t", •£ A-tA ~u. n I •.APPV TO at' r •TO OCT-' (Wuv, vBov HAPPy ,*]UIADNO A SOCIAL CABiH RIP KIRBY 9 How fu tKUve* on "KEPLER'/ Oa taa f all day nad erawfaa. tM; a* "••J" eaildraa aaed aatra Miiiksit. *• *• %  bfkr' awl MI kn they tkri.a and fail wvifkt—h U rlaa la Ik. vitamin, inalr PTU| badlaa mi lu aulty-awaat H.-ou, U M l llim i loo. Advlla -.U tad •Kaalar' • ml atraaila, „, i, MIJUJ . HfPIHI CO lim OH WITH HALT IIIHIl A BURROUGHS WHlCO"! A CO -OtKICT CHALLENGE BRAND COOKED PEAS The EXTRA fine flavour of (he pick of the crop Glands MadeYeung -Vigour Renewed Without Operation %  r^SSfcsgK ~2 tH, lllr*. i ,; m a BY ALEX RAYMOND f KiRBV witM Tne COUNT:.. [ X CCO-D K*MOC< MIM OF 5n,v TOV Mgnfi...9uT .1 AUST CitO TMI %  3T VOJ CAN \TBS..BUT IT IS NOTJ PROT-KUS FBOMX AW PHlAMW-l THIS AAANOUS-T A*. KiRpy.... / iTAl.V_.TMAT, TKAT NOT .VWY /COUNT BftNAQiS. Ou eirTupD / coNcaax voui COUNT I #A>ST ASK ; 95-' i_A-BO.. |X &OM£ BM,PI.I / -t-£ uADifiB f>* ON, BOW WdX iT LO| 1 <^ Xl NU-i AIC 60KNA Bt UAfcP 10 v-AW-r EUrTMATt; IMI .'•^M1^W^ Ufl.'/at rl JltlLV-lfiOI AFEEIIN6 [0PYAIWN'\ IHEVtil ABOUr Ui SHMTV-lHIJ H ITXEASV. 1601 .. rEEUNS 1 B6TAW „.,„ „„ t MME1HINSJiaN8S-H0USBe.VACl.rs, SONNA !" paMSTTV SlOiS 'IAPP£N I A \IT 5HCE It I Wt'BE AJOCT I.IN6 l ID START UVW LIKE DELICATE as a moonbeam COOL BEAUTIFUL 66 FERGUSON FABRICS" I *m MWS FLASB FOR WEA^R AT NIGHT. STOCKED BY LEADING STORES. 'M'*w*r.v>',*,yA.',v.v.v, A bright smile goe* with a bright houHC. Start amlling now, with the kitchen. WALKING STICKS /6 a 4/ of Eatllsfa Aah and t'hrrry cntiKcinvAKDEN rrrEB TH 1ST DULLS—AU Hlara •t JOHNSONS STATIONERY and HARDWARE ^V-'.'.'.V.W,'.-,','.',-,'.tin 9d&al diDlidcuj. A Caribbean Cruise on the LUXURY LINER "COLOMBIE" BARBADOS — JAMAICA — BARBADOS Ten Days of Incomparable Enjoyment Sailini Dan-. From BARBADOS •ill Dtremher, UM 17th January, IMI 28th February. IHI I lili April. 19S1 Mlh May. 1*51 BARBADOS TRINIDAD CIE. GLE. TRANSATLANTIOUE R. M. JONES & CO, LTD. MINIMUM RATES FOR ROUND TRIP !• %  Claaa IWM 2nd Clau $lt3.0i 3rd Clan 1111.00 B.W.I. Currency BARBADOS TRINIDAD LA GUAIRA LA ni'AIRA CURACAO Agents J CARTEGENA CURACAO JAMAICA



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WKDS-ESItAT. OCTOBER li, Its. CLASSIFIED ADS. WA !" BAR II ADOS ADVOCATE TELEPHONE 23*8 • %  "Oil SHE AUTOMOTIVE BUM I %  ** %  > Dial *l Cwto. BEDf-ORI) 11 II Mi m and aJreeady iwtv* m* agio. CAR D—i,e ln Model. 4 good tyre. Xew Battery Appl: FYank Wlk>i<. Co Gardiner. A -im C* IllOSa—Sn CAR — On* ill 1) II P Viuilui & ISSS Model Applv lo Mr K Bit r* *.o Plaiilalaona Ud ln*J 4*04 IT ION It. FRR RENT RVNRALOW Fully furniahe tasdrgetg. KMPU > I Good MMHIOTI Phone 4M0 i IS ID W 3i m Talhot <1MI< Good 4 Clinon Terr. 14 10 90—1 DODGE TKICX %  IS4T Model In e.re' lent rnnalinnn Applv lo Rarbado Te4 ^ aio*.a ti Ud I* 10 SO-In rmCRAI. TRUCK -Offera will received lii writing bv Coiiii—t (..iiinup lo 4 00 p m on r %  October I MO for one ill fi der a l True*. OhaeMa. dam. red by Fire VehKl* nay W viewed il Courtoay Oarage. Wl Ram Hud II 10 JO MOTORCYCl^aV-V-ioTetw I 1 Up Oo vie. at Bhi.wr.K.r.. Court a* %  a* rag* An <.up.—unit. ladle. Dial 43*1 la %  • W. Ji ELECTRICAL ELRCTHHIRONS U<>4*eat*l .HI furr-aned PWaaafil aurroundinca Situated. •IM rot further oetalla wtlw "I P.O Box aft) II %  • FLOWS)" Mr. Roar _„w, II IB 50—1-1 Oardeet* would like a paying gurt* Charming mxier and garden. fM JO wee* b.*i.M and la* Other hn i '-o.urad nea,< •> M T-Wphone trW I la 10 :• -in PACE S|\i\ \OIIM SHIPPING NOTICES fU9NITU*f MMOVCD WITH CAM MALTA -Cutllawaah. lor tha roonlfi. of Ni.tMubai Oacrmbaa.m.| January Apply Mra I WaaUMrhcad Dial MM I "MARVVILLE." uuck Rock, draw in. dlnlni. .ililn*. > badrooma. larvaDta rooma and lanjaa (mp auaj ronvaoJancaa Aftrir Maaan Carrmg' Raaly. Lucaa Slraat or Phona K. aflar S p m T 10 SO—1| and alacUK lighl Apply Mlaa A|-|>I*~MII.H'. ol ^iirir .tddrrw PITRLM: NALEK AUCTION I will oAVr for ulc InPub paUUsn an my Oanoa VICTORIA on TUESDAY Mlh I p m lha dw>" ln bmiM callad 'SEAPORD" ion ^n %  tandlnf on land* of GRAKMF: MAT I •t WORTHINU. CIIWLST CHURCH houar cooUln* open verandah, drawing dmmg. 4 bedroom.. W C Bath, Elar'r lafht. ancloaad yard Por inapacuo-i n ARCHER M.Kl'NZlt AueUoMHtt 17 10 S0-*n CIIAJRS m Chalra Natural Iluli-hlnaon Co IMirdv. allraollvc Wonl. i, Walnnl. Mahogariy in I Ringlp and Doub FooUcap or I*itar Slia 4 drawn Pilinif Cabmrli Slr*l Si.lkmrrv Ciipbord>, C.r.l btfti Cablnrin: ttrrl OfUca CbairOBd otkar offlra pqulpnirn* uw oMaioabiiron, lorB (lo(n T nioM— MECHANICAL c Trolley rMal 4301 II Rt h MISCELLANEOUS UNDER THE SILVER HAMMER On ThuradM' IRh by ordar of Mr. H O HaMfca. wa> will aall ku Kurnlturr ai Tk* R. !" ," fclatf. HI Philip — which include. — Dmiui lablr meat 1*i. Wacom. Sarvina Tibia Liquor Caaa: Card Tablr. Book ('.islaaa doom. Tub Chair., Work Ta#*a 'Braaa Claw Faat all in mahoaaiiy. Piaw Raak Caaa. Oak. ItnHa.. Bantwod Chain; Inlaid Cordaa Tabla. Typawrllar. Daak Chair. Cuihn.ru. Run; Claia and China Fruit and Taa Bar%  Wi OaRM Bat. Plalad Wara. FUb Rrilvaa and Torki. Spoon-. Forka r\c. I'loluraa. Iron Radataadi and Bad>; Old (,.noaany Llnm Pruw; Drpnina Tabla.; Waa h a t ggOal Pma Pipaari. Gun Praaa: """ lloor Lamp BolHr; Lrnaii Incluoina 1 Damafk Table ( l \N A CO.. Aurtiotr*-ni. UJMR-— ANTIQI-EB Of *t*fp daacnclion OLaae. China, old Jawala. flna Bllvar Walaroaaoiari. Early booh.. Maa Autograph* etc at Pleturrw Mali* i sarul Xmai prraent* an aacure em ly Rpaa lal prtra I each. ObtMiuible .1 KNIOMT-S LTD. II 10 SO 3n RQOUalTI PH1TPARAT10N5 <• % %  ,KI. Mllure | f Kii %  ;. %  M /ii.. H) Kama l.V O n C rVard aV 7o ISIOM-Tn CARPET l-.rf" GTrrn with a (awn border3 4 yd. For lurthar particular. Phone 3B3 it 10 SO 2,. REAL ESTATE ng and dinlna room., two badrooma, and Ineakfaii room, ultimaat Tudor Bridge. a. Michael Apply lo W I OrMHih. Co Havre* aV Oi imth •arUcH<>r> H R1f> BlNBl II 10 SO -.In. PERSONAL Till: PUBLIC ai. Hereby raw ..Balnri giving cradll to any prraon %  r aona whomaoavar In nvr nama. m do not hold myaalf M ne NX avow alae contrartlnti any dabl u flatlUi In my name iinlea. h, a wnilr ordar atghad by ma Xlgnad KHNNETH MORRISON. iM Avenue. Buui Hall. SI Michael II 10 SOTi hereb. wame.1 • %  CAN DA VAPCHrR BUB I omnonilid for Head Cold*. Char* Cold., Couifha. ILurienea* and Thior.1 Irrilatlon. alan I. excellent tor inaeet Mtaa ate KMC.HTS LTD DOOR MATS-Fibre Door Mat* In arver.l dealgnn and .lie* Price, fronB IT up O W lUiichlnaon 4. Co Ltd. Dial 4*3 IT lo sa-S" MOHNER'N PREPARATION'S Mall|0l I/-: Carnol •: Cal.nl IS I: Mar.nl 7/-: Inlantol 5 Feronol A F-rnn.,1 f. Ooo. C Ward a. Co IS 10 SO -T n "LAURE1. RAZOR R.iv a l*uri Rator lor l/*l and got %  ulilit. Knil With aarh pu.-haaa fra*. Ton ran u'aour old bladaa In thla holder r.NIC.ltra Lid (I 10 SO> MH.D sr>a-i •rtoo aura frc i IB' AI... ,., A.i-n Tjra Trafalg. l-t. %  % % %  1* 10 "' t f ri ONE I IMRM LICErlCE M sIT 10 SO—2., Sqi'lDllS 1'RF.PAItATIONS Cod Liv Oil •'ulma*nn Caklum Cluconat Olvi-rlne Buppoallorle* 10 —Oao Word aV Co IS 10 SO Ti %  ALC -Among other Hem. we ten Khaki al ST.pa, >d ROYAL ITOWF. M 10 80-T,n fanRTS-3.000 Matl'r Bhlrla of guaranteed wearing quality at fl 00 and 13 41 aarh. ROYAL STORE 1*10 IS— Tn. HIE PUBLIC at. ..gau.w glvlnf credBI to my wll LOUISE BARKER wiltlei order >igaed by ma Siarned CHABUTJ* UAHKIJI Rolling. Gao. 84 Michael IMHMI NOTICES NOTICE r %  MII-II OF ST. MMIAn,!.nation, for Vaatry Exhibition, of M Annual value of ES tenable at a liri.' Second Orada School, will be raved by lha undarmenllonad up to mber. 1MO „. _* .lilbtr.n ..f taned a aaa of aavan year, and under Ih A Bapti.nial Certlflcale miul be fi Kded and a Certiorate from the Haa utrew of the School of their lUmai ,ter the School •Bad i P H. TARtLTON. Clatk to the Vaatry of St Jam ISI0l0-3n NOTICE THE WOMEN'S SRIj. „FI.P will b. opening on Friday JTth October Mem bera are a.ked to bring In their work from Monday 13rd Flower, will i liaccepted before the morning of •!.JTOr ConMgjnon will be paid aa uru<< orFriday 31th Subaerlptloni II 00 n ii %  %  Phllll SlftRTB a> PYJAMAS — Boya* and Men'. Shirt, and P-lama. ordered to Meaiure can be delivered writim four hour. RE1JANCT. SHIRT FACTORY 1? 1C SO Tn TORCH LIGHTS-Two Cell Torcr. L'ftita complete with ballerle. RUca und Chrome care. Only 11 U each O. W. Hutehlnaon R Co Ltd Dial 'SB IT 10 SO_3n nandniff und ilher Sc.l|i It bringUfa and lurtro to Hair and alao combine, .hampao K.VIOHTB LTD X 3BEMAR' mar" which I. tj Obtainable in n KNIOin-S Ud IT 10 50— So LOSI A IOIMI SWaKPRTAKE TU BOOM Finder plaaae all.. Winifred Skae-e. Bl Michael WALLET Containing' money part", valuable only to owner on between Haailngi and Top Roca. Hotel Royal. Han IT 10.90— in BMAtJ Roebuc. warded Advocate KFY*--a.turd*. Trafalgar Squ- %  *lree. Finder rnJaaj aa Advtg Dopt. nigh. I4"i and Lower anil fee r-NOTICE SKAXJCD leader, for ir of the celling of Mgned up o tn< lath October IPK formation on the lpa of matrna q.irad for II.i work can be obt from the Church Warden. D D rer Eaq Man-hnald. Philip cooniNO. 17 10 S NOTICE BEAIJED Tender! for tinereiti rf a Communal Hath and Toilet Cl. Village Bl Philip. wlU be i relied by the underaigned up lo I Mth October HOC Plan. ar.O ljaae| Cfe Warden D D Uarner E Marrhflald. St Philip W V GOODING Parochial TTaaurei Rt. Phill I7.it sac NOTICE "'-' %  laiparadiian %  animate freely „,,„ Dial 330* IAMADCS FURNITURE RlMOVER Codrlnajton. Rrltlon. X Rd Civic Fritadly Sodct> Applicatkni< arc mvile-d for |tvg* of ma. *A'holar.hiba oflarad b* IRa? nMttiibarg o( Tin(ivir Wrlfair FViandlv S\.n> begimiiiif Itftl l... any aacMid gratte *chooTin thr island. Tfiear cholamriiua or* •H>f n*e>rnbe.rs o* ll.-hi |. raJn (bvYS or grils) aa* nirmb-.. tn slrailrntd clrrumstanre^ of Ih* above-namcxi %  oeietj'. bHwtrn II v •-fw of 9 and 12 yearThe %  cholarshlpt will be awartlsd on tRe rasults of an rx-minatirn Form of application can b* M-b*r. IQSO. J. W. MAYNARD. Sftrrlary. Scholarahlp Commlttc*, Swan & Hla* SU 15 10 50—D-i ROYAL NETHERLANDS STEAMSHIP C. -AIIJMC. FB4IM AlfTWkRP AMaTtuaRAM tieaLFT IMi 11. Ortabar Vaaart Bitl. OetdOaii IM Novembri .All l I. .BOM *a--Tkl>AM a Beavap •n I -ORANJEarTAn l-n, Noveen MBUkN TO IRfMIBdn FARAMAEUM (HOBOtfTOWH BRJCILU' lain Ur-totm .—S?""*-"* *** Oe'obar -ULP.0 TO TBaNlliAB ANp MABA4A1BO t ITV rlER* f-th uctobar %  MIIM. TO 'Minna riiaixm AXTWKRP ANB AMBTIBBAM "| %  aTRAS JEBTAD ,-oth tJctKber • P MNIM. to. M Ln Uaaia. a. v ... pH l'.i. a d V i-AltlbMf • wlB araaaal •Ra and P.iiaaaa a |oi imu.H i AnlkTua M^ot.erra' rvfc. and St Knt. Sam.,. HU.v 30th 1 V "DAEHWOOO* win .-pt Cargo B..U Pa.v.uar. iu Vincent. SI Lu,-i. Arm.. I Aruba Sailing BaUirda> B.W4.. Aaao. (lac). Tel. No. 404 ••^••^MBR %  BR M a ••OV,t*X--*^*'*We'V-Vt II I Ml \ I I II A KUUBER t*LOOR i'OVEJtI.'.In 4 BEAUriFUl 1'A'ITRTtNS 3 rElT WIDE | S3.32 Yd SUITABLX FOR BA71II 1M I'ASSAUC OT MOTOR CAR MATS El. CALL AND SICURF YOUR* t iftLY "ST T.HFMIilLul. Itat. ,-i-l I OCAS-ARC MAIL NOTICE rill he ,-laiawl %  aa under 7 Mail, for iho aa. iy iha II Oranaai I lha n-neral !Vt Parcel Mall -I II weav R*latetBd tail at I pm and Ordinary Mad al p.m. for lha United Kingdom aBd Am.lerdam on the 1Mb Or* 1000 GOVERNMENT NOTICES VACANT POST Svmor Clerk (Court Stenographer, Etc J. OovernmBot Office, It. Vincent Applications are Invited for the posl of u Senior Clerk in the Government Office. St Vincent. In the salary grade of $1,200 rislne by annual increments of $72 to $1,680 per annum. In addition. %  temporary Cost of Living Bonus is payable. 2. The duties of thi* post include the taking of verbatim noteof cases in tho Supreme Court and proceedings of Ihe Legislative Council. 3. No quarters are provided. 4. Experience in a Secretariat or other Government Department is a pre-requisiteto selection for appointment to the post; and applications giving full particulars of qualification, and experience, with ; certificates and testimonials, should be address*,! u> Ihe Oovirnment ; Secretary, St. Vincent. 5. The closing dale for receiving applications Is 6lh Novemi>i\ 1950 13th October. 1950. is 10 50-$-i TENDERS FOR PURCHASE OF A MOTOR CAR Tenders are invited lor the purchase of one OidamoblUmotor car forfeited under the provisions of The Exports and Imports (Re •friction) Order. 1940. The car is at present in the custody of ltw Commissioner of Ponce and may be Inspected by appointment with him. 2. Tenders should bv forwardRd in sealed envelopes addressed to the Colonial Secretary (and not lo any officer by name) so as to reach the Colonial Secretary's Office not later than 4 p.m. on Frida* the 20th of October, 1050. The envelopes should be cWarly marked — 'Tender for Motor CtW. 3. The Government does not bind itself to accept the highest or any tender. 10.10.50— n HARRISON LINE OUTWARD FROM THE UNITED KINGDOM From SS • %  U-OYLXTREarr*' 5.8 OREGON STAB iS BEDFORD EARI." S.S SENATOR' S.S -SPECIALIST' -S HISTORIAN" lxindon Liverpool London ItlllEgliW lamdon Liverpool Laaeoa llth Oct 20th Oct 25th Oct 2th O.I 4th Nov 91 h Not Dae Ear bade. 3 111 OaTl 3th Od 18th Nov I 1th Nov 2Wh Nov 24th N..\ HOMEWARD FOR THE UNTTED KINGDOM *—** Pot Cloasa In Bar bad oe S.S "SITHONIA London 3rd Nov For furthi-r information apply to— 10 11 RoaOut. Streel ie*er*Ra,f, r ,r,..,*^.-.t--^^^X',o->-.^<*^^f\ ^ourenquinn for WEI.D1N PLANTS ami rquipmrnt will rnx-ivr uiompt attcni. (Ron uuf experienced Staff. All types ol Ferrou .nd ^lln %  Kelrous tLtCTKUDES available ex stocl URtTlSIl OXVGEN" Wl l.DINC AND CUTTING EQUIP.MI.NT We invile you to inapert oi r stock of standard items. Special enquiries will ri-ee.v. our immclmte advice and attention. 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An allowance of *4*J.on per annum is paid for mod •upplled. 2. The appointment will be terminable by three months notice on either side. The sucfeesfu'. applicant will be required lo reside in the DtMrlrt. 3. Applications stating age. qualm cations and practical expert. should be addressed of food. Shore quarters are not provided but In the case of officers recruited overseas an allowance equal to difference between 10 per cent of salary and rent paid, is payable to an officer who rents unfurnished quarters and an allowance equal to difference between 10 per cent of salary and 5 per cent of the annual value of furniture supplied in I Government furnished quarters. Is payable to an officer who rents! furnished quarter*. Allowances in both cases art subject u> a maximum of $50 per mensem for a married officer whose family n ro' residingwith him and $20 per mensem for a single officer Free second class passages will be provided on first appointment for the officer and his family not exceeding five persons in all. Subi %  Jed to review at any time and not as a permanent right of the officer.' free passage on leave after a minimum lour, nol exceeding the cost ] of normal sea passages to the place of recruitment will be provided for the officer, his wife and children subject to a maximum of thi adult fares. The successful candidate will be appointed on probation for :**'o years in the first Instance, subject to his pRse'" medirnl <*jraminal tion. anr 1 will be required to contribute toward ..ic Plt-vltler. Fund. Applications giving full particulars of quail flea I ions and expertI ence, together with certificates and testimonials should be addressed j to the Honourable the Colonial Secretary, Trinidad, to reach hi later than 22nd October. 1*50 12th October. 1950 aJ.lwJO—a %  a4>fX^'V**V>V^VVVO****V*V*d^-r A e. BUILDING NEEDS QUALITY PAINTS P.y a viait lo our NEW PREMISES ai CORNER ol SWAN a LUCAS STREETS. BARBADOS HARDWARE CO. LTD. £ The Best STOVE to own is a FLORENCE OIL STOVE CiJBAK anil l.tOXO.*IH XI. You will be very pUased with your new FLORENCE STOVE and OVEN CITY GARAGE TRADING CO.. LTD \ irlorim Strm** MrUt0*tmwm


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PACE FOlll BARBADOS ADVOCATE WEDNESDAY. OCTOBER 18, 1M BAKBADOS jntmi Health In The America* •>..* kr a. *.—.. r*. II... Hr-aS M, Mr.4l.U-. Wednesday IKth October, 19341 SEAWELL AMON'Ci ihe measures passed by the legislative Council yesterday was a bill to provide for the Management, control and supervision of Seawell airport. The provisions of the bill were long overdue and the Legislature with commendable expediency passed it. The proper supervision of the only airport in Barbados is a prime rieceestt) In the Ilrst place it is top e ga tsVe that adequate protection against accident or intentional damage be provided at . place where the slightest mfffttlp cause the loss of many human lives; and secondly the heavy expenditure by the British taxpayer, the Canadian Covet nment and the local government cannot be pnxiuetive of the desired results if the airport is not properly conducted. Many criticisms have been levelled against the haphazard methods of looking after the needs of Seawell but it is clear now that these arc* being appreciated and supplied. Within recent months there have been applications from airlines in Vtt and Martinique to enter Seawell airport. Tins indicates that Barbados is becoming popular among people who have been encouraged to spend their holidays here. It means business for the island and the earning of dollars which are stili I Might In Barbados. With the advaa fed Kate %  >' pa i of the new runway and (he possibility thai [hi.s arill be opaoad to Ifteavj tralhV within the next few weeks, Seawell Medal to be brought into line with other modern airports. The present bill will go a long way towards bringing about this happy condition. Many of the practices which have hitherto obtained at Seawell can now ba corrected. The free and uninterrupted entry into the airport of picnic parties and oil sight-seeing tours has constituted a constant source of anxiety. The staff which needs strengthening, ha* been compelled tn keep almost a 24 hour watch for fear of some unthinking visitor doing something which might involve the safety of aircraft landing. Now that the bill has been passed, there will be less anxiety over .the conditions -it Seawell and th* means to take safely measures for the protection of passengers and aircraft landing there. Barbados bids fair to become the most popular airport in the East Caribbean, not only because of her geographical position but also because of the fact that she will be able to boast of an airport attractive to pilots. But the bill is only another stage on the road of progress. When large airline traffic comes to Seawell with increased frequency and when aid has been given to hotels, the influx ol visitors here will demand better accommodation, waiting and rest rooms, and othar facilities. Now is the time to plan for this necessary expansion SI NOIII S THE interest which His Excellency is showing in schools and in education generally is to be welcomed and it constitutes an example which might well be followed by others who are interested in education ;in assistance 'o The Xtil Pirn American Samvarious countries in order •-> lary Conference ended today arhic\> mtliru eradication from with the signing of the Final Act the Western Hemisphere ly delegates from the 21 Smallou* Print it v American republics, France, the Smallpox Net her lamia, and the United Programme KinKdom In line with the Pan America•> Training of Health San i "* r y Bureau's Mflailabn i jective 10 prevent the internareraonaei national spread of communic.bkA new programme which will dlarMr & Directing Council in -;. ——r , Mill %  %  . lie 1*11 rn iiiif tduni'i in & £ ,£* impr0 X C /!?f.?l. l **• r n of "* *ve priority to bl.c health "^ 1 "J h !" *, ou 1 the smallpox control programme %  Western Hemisphere was „„. „ ,_*IL_, „, „,,; %  ( ,.... -nd a budget of f 112.839 00 was ;£ approved for the development ot lead pu the Western HcmUphen adopted at the final pl< ~"?h. Si 'SSSS^'SSSS ci-'operallv. smallpox pro" nun In Ihe llllllm, Th. Conference resolved | (11 To recommend to the Member Countries the development in their respective territories of systematic programmes of smallpox vaccination and revaccination with a view to eradication; 2) To develop these programmes under the auspices of the Pan American Sanitary Bureau which in agreement with the interested countries shall take the necessarv measures to solve the problems that may arise in smai'pox eeotroL whether Of i and Mouth DWaaea the establishment of mini(Aftoxa) nmm requirements for the Hoof and mouth disease ha* operation of regional renbecome an increasingly serious 'i'v problem in the cattle raising (4) Recommend to Member regions of South America Upon Covernnienls that priority ihe request of the Orgaidzalion u r be gteen to tfalning i.-chniAmerican States, the Bureau has ral .i"l iiuxiliiii> personnel ., lt pared a project for an Aftosi. ,,i public health service go |hoof an(| mouln (Hfceaae) Center Uvula in the Americas. The Conference Me In various eroun. ipproveo lnc Bureau's action and the appointment of ..HIK,,-.-,,,! ;• i„ ...runoai,in ttw tries the appoint men %  deaiiatsiy tr.iined public health personnel chosen un t homed it to participate in the ganlzatfon of this center until "ntro^Sovmem ^'*• 2* !" ***'<* ^ " 1 t ? Ilitv and adequate compeng^HS bv rund other th,n *• awe*] rragrcfck Reports by Member Governments The Conference resolved that Member Governments be requested to report every two years to the Bureau the action taken, and progress achieved towards imM.il.ui.i Control and Kradkation All the countries In the Western Hcmispher* have been worki'ip toward the control and eradication of mi .iria wRhin their own ierrItoric>. some having sol !_._•_ i tnun HIIKYEU iu>wv> un'*£-.*?'"? -12T/ tSirt..Bli ISKM th. Imlll. ol tb.,. peoi ihers having made remarKaOie • ,„ LJi ,, ---..-n^ , ISSS" '^Bur2u w C uT h r ence 0 f ST" acSon %SSTJSSSS £ grammes the development of such American SMiltary Of*"**" 110 ^: activities necessary to interuufy *"d respecting conrtic*M and and coordinate anti-malaria work greements Member Government in the Americas by iliiaalgthng were also requested to communicxisting programmes, facilitating cate promptly to the Bureau im;ntercha*>gof intorrnatton. turnportant laws, resrulattons. official ishlng leer, meal and. wherever reports, and staUstlcs pertaining to health and to send additional information available on public licallli upon mqucil of the Ex< live Committee. The Director ol the Bureau was instructed publish alt such information In the manner most useful to M> ber GovernmcMIt. ra foregoing considerations and In order to avoid duplication of %  rfort it was decided to discontinue the periodic meetings of the national directors of health. The purpose of these meetings was to report on the countries' progress in public health Other Action Taken The Conference iicknowledgci the generous off-i ol ttM Cubai government to grant land on the Isle of Pines for the establishnieti of a social and economic rcsearcl centre, and instructed the Executive Committee to study caiefullj the information which the Cuban government wishes to submit concerning the work programme am: other aspect* of the proposed c tre. The Director of the Bureau was instructed to transmit thlinformation to Member Governments with the ExccutiwOl mittee's o b servation* and recommendations. Member CeuBaTtei not yet having done to were encouraged to adept a sysu-m of fulltmic employment for their technical personnel guaranteeing them stability of employment, promote.n oi merit basis, and adequate compensation. The Conference also reaffirmed Hie a eviction that health problems should be considered on the basis of need as well as on a basis Of request by countries. IDd aresd Ihe Member Governments to support fully the projection within their territories of International, regional and f w mental health programmes, even when such programmes may not appear ot immediate primary importance to them. In ordeto promote the greatest possible attendance and participation in UiC meetings of the World Health Organisation. th< Conference reconrfnended to Member Governments that "they t,ik< greatest Interest In having then representatives attend Ihe next World Health Assembly which meets in Geneva in May 1951." The Director of the Pan American Sanitary Bureau was authorised to transmit to the DirectorGeneral of the *v"orld Health Organization for his consider;dim, the Technical Assistance Programme and Budget for 1951 of the WHO Regional Office, since it amplifies and complements considerably the projects and activities of the World He.dth Organization. At Its first plenary session, the Conference re-elected Dr Fred L Soper as Director of the Pan American Sanitary Bureau for a period of four year., beginning February 1, 1951. The headquarters of the Pan American Sanitary Bureau. Regional Office of the World Health Organization. was permanent lv established In the United States %  risk Painters Lark Originality LONDON Opposite Westminster Cathedral, where for the past week cetebrationa marking the centenary of the restoration of the Roman Catholic Hierarchy in Great Britain have been taking place, is the A-Jilcy Gallery. Its present colappropriately, devoted lo religious works: the paintings of five Irish artists. In by-gone times, religion used to be a popular source of inspiration, both lo sculptors and palnt. d BM Church was onof the great patrons of the world ol ait. Today, however, religious themes are rare and for this rea%  on %  collection like that at the Ashley Gallery is of special in• %  n R Yo my mind, those Irish painters do not compare with the painters of religious themes of the %  ;iher the depth. nor HM technical skill nor the bnaainaUoi la their work, which Is imitative lather than original The innpliciiy and devotion of the PrUnitrva i. lacking as also i %  ..f u. t. The most talked of painting is -!,ot and hU daughters." by Dan id O'Nlcli. who has bten deprodigality" It is a rernjrksblo work, painted with ink i tad in his vivid and arresting iraUUMr 0 Neil! has educated him-elf n "•productions of Old Masters oncl his vould *eem to Otiin parl from the I Oreca, "Lot and hli %  •!-" has a brilliance but and Intense In it has n weak i nd v.ith ,i baalf placed tigurc group. •The Trtanali Ol Saint Patrick* Hj Mary HurarU an oil by Rionard King, stained glass worker and designer of some of Eire's postage stamps, ba* a grandeur and dignity of Itt own, and Is in my Judgment, the one painting to achieve a real devotion, rolidity and religious fervour. The Irish artists are said to be working under no traditional Influence like Irish writers who have succeeded Yeats ami Joyce. This is claimed lo be the reason for their originality and experiment Hut in thlr. exhibition, at least. I found only imitation, inspiration coming from former Masters gather than from the theme or the personalities of the painters themselves A newly opened exhibition is that of Dora Khayatt at the Redfern Gallery. Her oils are lyrics in colour; spontaneous inch-h. in paint. Dora Khayatt is an Egpytian who has been palntmr. only three years but in this short period, she has produred an enormous quantity of work and developed a (Teat facility with her %  nednni Landscape \> her province, oil her medium i.nd the palrlte knlf". rather than the brush her instrument. In her enthusiasm and exuberance, she Is inclined to let her knife run awav with her paint in a wild bright riot of colour, pleasthough higgledlv-plggledly, but without much Idea Ol texture or form. In the man> instances where she does discipline heiself, realising that conscious thoughmust iiniliiil her Inspired lingers, she rhows thai ah" already is — and certainly will contlnua u be — .i I BlnUM "I mote than i.rdniai I ability and one with a lively imagination. Sir Gerald Kaily. PRA, has n.any work* on view at the Leicester Gallery covering period of 40 years from 1909. Si Gssrald is known, principally, as a portrait pt.nter, one whom Somerset Mausham describes i being "prepared to sink his ow individuality and devote himself to the sole purpose'of sincereh representing that of his sitter". This exhibit.on takes us awh] from the poruaits nnd shows hi' l'.uinicse studies. Grace is the characteristic of foesc paintings-a quiet rathei than an obvious grace, eeplurins the feeling ol tinEast which so many Western painters miss The faithful repre. senta'ion, which Is a feature of his work, is there, but in a motinter|>retive than reproductive (en i In another mom at the same Kallcry are pan drawings by Ronald Seurte He is known to the pubtk Chiefly for his carle* lures of English schoolgirls, burlesques i.f British girlhood at a burlesqued boarding %  ChooL. 31 This exhibition of black and white glimpse-, of P away from caricature and show* Settle as a real liraiiiintMnan. m f.nndv tlevcr ith hi* pen, hondling with equal lacildv and skill architecture, portraiture, llgurcs floweri and land i I %  en 'i and 4U guinci everj stroka b worth aad rttl -the vary reaaotianr' arould n be n exa i desci lb i > i.lies as tyal maaterpieees of penmantlilp. Pyongyang Hy LWVIira l>\l\l SEOUL. North Korean Premier Kim II Sung and bJj strictly 20th century communist regime are preparing for their last ditch stand in a city founded twelve centuries before the Christian era. The oldest city and first capital of Korea is Pyongyang, now the final stronghold of communist Koreans and the main goal of powerful United Nations forces driving northward along the main highway from %  Although population figures for Pyongyang are eagua because of the lack of statistics for the |as4 five years under the Reds and for several years before that under the warring the generally accepted figure 100,000 for the city proper, plus perhaps mother 200.000 or 300.000 in the surrounding iuburbs. Pyongyang is on tht banks of the Taedong River which the Japanese called Daidoko—a navigable stream running 30 miles northeastward from Chinnampo which is Pyongyang's major port. But more important from the viewpoint of communications, Pyongyang is the hub >I every rail and major highway in North Korea. A mere study of the Korean road map shows the importance of this ancient capital of the Kii-Cha Kings, who fled from China in the 12th century B.C. and formed the first kingdom in Korea. n trunk railroads, Japanese built, tins through Pyongyang all the way up to Sinuiju, just across the Yale River from tatting in Manchuria. A long railway bridge between the two Yalu cities connects the Korean railroad with the old south Manchuria railway leading to Mukden, Two main spurs lead off this doubletracked railroad in northwest Korea. Eastward, a single track connects Pyongyang with all main points all the way to the Soviet border and into Soviet Siberia. It connects with the Russian railroad leading to the Port of Vladivostok. The main highways in Korea roughly duplicate this rail network. As all other ancient capitals, Pyongyang was selected for its natural defensive position. The 3,200 year old city is heavily stocked with mementoes from the past. The remnants of its defensive walls with five gates still stand. Japanese and Chinese nattled in Pyongyang in Elizabethan times, Hideyoshi's Christian General Konishi taking the city in 1592 but then being pushed out by numerically superior Chinese forces. Japanese and Chinese troops battled in the Pyongyang sector again in 1894 when a Chinese battery on Botan-Dai one of several hill peaks in the northwest corner of the city, seriously hampered a Japanese advance. Ancient Buddhist relics abound in Pyongfyang. There is a five-storied pagoda near I Yei-Meiji, the ruins oi a Buddhist Temple [which once was the headquarters of all temples in North Korea.—I.N.S. VAIOR STOVES 2, 3 and 4 BURNERS, with or without t'anopin 64G STOVES 1 and 2 BL'RNKK. with or without Oven Stands OVENS, Small. Medium, Large PRESSURE STOVES at WILKINSON & HAVNES CO., LTDs Successors To C. S. PITCHER & CO. PHONES 4472 & 4687 %  II llll.'l nflnlW 'd IS HERF AGAIN OBTAINABLE AT ALL LEADING oROCERS. DA COSTA A #'.. IJTIK V^vv,v,yAv,v.vAv,v,v.v,v.v.v.v.v.v,'.r,v.',r.v,v OF SPECIAL INTEREST TO UPHOLSTERERS UIIIV ONLY Till-: III SI l\ ii Aim it i i in ii Will. o Syn-fish LONDON. Uritain Bah and chips shops may start selling synthetic tish—if experiments prove successful. The National Fish Friers' Federation is iu led to discuss the experiments in delail at an executive meeting next month. Jackson Tomlinson, the federation's secretary, said that the inventor, a former lish fliet in Britain now living abroad, will be invited to return to "manufacturing in a big j way if reports already received are con"f marketed, it will be called Sam-Ash. It .ml to look, smell, and taste like fish, to he more palatable and nourishing—but no%  thing is said about the bones.—INS. Ol It HI AIM HSSU To Uw Editor, Th AduorcHc, SIR.—Hen b %  peace .>'<. %  *> ten on Poppy Day, 11*43. In m**mory of heroes. •tec'ttir What G..-I Ii— 1,-nri.li.n <. gungi u-r-iid And arrlni twill XO *> Ihe ml War. th* <* %  •• %  btoaU> BXal Tl* l*->|"n Inidi' II But b.cfcr„ lot ir* i tfNd. b>*r*pona sol D:id. ili-ad tdr ri**d *M< awl m r n | M from on high. Tfc*l mothvra w*p. Hi..' (twill ahrlrk %  i by W. • mutd dlf %  MOTIIKH \ limn To UnEditor, Tlic Add rale, SIR,I ck ot thin rushing of Xmus, it is it liolatllon of God's principle. Pi Hlready runhliiK the bu.ra und l>ecominK panicky with tnlk. A better way would be Uan openlns of Store dos Tourist season U on, and businass Is being retard'-i iJiutting of OOI : and discommon. %  i'l'ER Chi twin* To the Editor. Toe Adtxtcale, BIB, May I say a word "f n Iwhuli I.I ih.two Chinese itciuiirant.* opened* iiKlct-d ,i %  !i-t) l.iiwaiil. ..: we hop*' visitm %  ill appi • %  ciate Uils effort. More unity cun In 1 brousht bv bcinu cosmupolitaii. and more world-friendliness i^ needeii 'I'keth no evil Let n-^ !• Wanda*' Ia rood slogan. Tims.who are promnton 'iiiisi ba acclauned, We are not forget! 11 iif. hawevev '-or English tea-rooiiis. DINER To (fie Editor. The Adrocor*, Silt. -If I were ;.*ke.l "Whafs wrong with Barbados." I'd aay -MIA thing is wronn" and wo i miii iiv 1.1 make n right. Buses should never havi Man mtil a modern slim.I was Wf want the best for urn, and makeshifts are everywhere, .ind spoil%  %  Kvciy HM IIKI %  pai load of proper Impri .".ion L%  way bchln.l. >ininoda1lon and t.^ ; morning ri>ugh Bridget %  %  i meat. RIGHT ISr\lll I IMM -HELL' 99 H? Mrs. Ile>ly l B rrhul LONDON. I have hist c-enped from n People who live calm, sheltered lives can never know whsi we felt. M> pirturt Caerhoik)\.il;].i i 0W leeB ttm utftt ihe eyes of the unhappy housewife. Most women are now forced in work The communist bosses substitute women for men wherever it Is possible. Women do all but tha heavy work In hwtoi lc' factories, hove been phanged 'o war production i %  .. %  past six months. And It was announced recently Quit from October all women whose children were over ll < work In lion plants. leeree, ot cou i my husband and my %  > mined to cscspe a much larger uranlui Slovakia than Is realised l 'n> mining exj-eit. but I know it must be colossal when ad Prague Is talking about the hundri thousands of men from all over the country who are being Ihe hangman. Our method of hanging, Incidentally, is not like in Amcrira no drop. We kick a chair out from under B< metinies it takes 20 %  For the rest, lilg in Prague since 1048 became worse each month. It i-hard lo (Ii gradual was this proet like people in of time d to having our houses watched. iber t husband warned %  Ask for — "ARLINGHIDE LEATHER CLOTH" w I:\IIIA III:AVV AMI IM M VIII I I I A I lit it I I Ol II Mill %  im KEATS Aim WHS Your Inspection Invited Dael'OKTA A to.. Lid. DRY GOODS DEPT. ''• %  %  ••• %  • %  %  • %  • %  • %  %  %  '••'• %  •-.• %  •.•.•.•.•^ % %  %  %  %  .•.•. %  %  .v^^.v^.::'.:::J 'i and T cannot % %  %  i not try t. lood. I hope to start re-living a good normal life now, but I still look over my shoulders when I go i And I am still a little afraid of these big friendly English policemen They do not ever carrv i %  l.ii pr club-. but that Is what Uvlng under communism does to you I have lost track of all my English and American friends because I could, not wriie to them. In Czechoslovakia, %  person wanting to send a letter abroad must ilrst produce his identity card %  ietails of the letter—oil of which is then turned over to Ihe i (dice Few people dare send letters out of the country under these circumstances. Finally, and as a last word. I must confess my beloved country the worst black market in FJIrope. People have lost the sense of honesty in which we always it>k pride. i teotn %  free peo' II win take many years to restore the native Integrity that iiUO years. -INS. ANCHOVY SAUCE MAHS11 MALLOWS BARLEY 3UGAB %  ONCE MEAT in Btles. BOXfcS CHOCOLATES API'LKS. GRAPEFRUIT, ORANGES Mill! IN TINS PBARfl PEACHES PINEAPPLE AI'HICOTS HHVHARB GOOSEBERRIES BAISINS rets m Pks. un:*/ mat IHI.H.IIIII I. reeeaf VEGETABLES IM TINS CARROTS SPINACH CUCUMBERS BRUSSEL SPROUTS CAULIFLOWER r.AIfOF.N PEAS CUT CELERY BEANS Ktay to Prepare AUSTRALIAN RABBITS .36 per lb AUSTRALIAN TRIPE nn per lb. ONIONS — 16 per lb. asp*:n\rs — lib Un I'lMic'ESSED PEAS KOLA TONIC St.00 per bottle yt BU> (,HIWS