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October 20

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U.S. Troops Smash
Into Pyongyang

Fighting Grim Street Battle

(By JULIAN PATES)
:JKYO, October 19.
MERICAN and South Korcan troops today stormed into
the North Korean capital, Pyongyang, through a gap-
ing hole hammered in the city’s southern defences. Ly



Justice May Head
New Cabinet
IN ISRAEL

TEL-A-VIV, Oct. 19.
President Chaim Weizmann to-
day asked the Progressive Party
leader Pinahs Rosenblueth to try
to form a new Israel Cabinet.
sswotutiuew, Minister of
vlouce ati tne Cabinet of the out-
sting Prime Minister David Ben-

Minister Of |
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STAFFORD ¢RIPPS: OUT e
esigns

= Cripps

e | iy IR STAFFORD CRIPPS has resigned his post
| Th wree Dead | S as Chancellor of the Exchequer because of ill
| In Florida



health, it was announced tonight.

He will be succeeded by Economics Minister Hugh
Gaitskell, who is due back in London tomorrow
from financial talks in Canada and the United

| Hurricane

|Gurion, was considered the most

grim street fighting with suicide squads they penetrated |
deep into the town. Spearheads of the American First |
Cavalry Division entered Pyongyang from south just before |
noon. Three hours later the South Korean First Division |
broke in from the southeast.

; Both forces reached the factory

centre southeast of Taedong River

Techuical Hitch whic.s Yuns around Pyongyang,
‘battling their way through the

sofesre |Geep trench and the blockhouse

Causes Confusiou defence system, They repeatedly

called in fighter planes to rocket

| ure to overcome the crisis,

On Eve Of Opening
Of T'dad Leg.

(hae wee &

Council

dis ubMentidincke,
PUNA-Ue Dray, UC. 19.

An €Xwavuiuuiery egal crux
arose On tue eve vi lune “peng
tomorruw of we ‘siimaad LWegis-
Jauve Council under tne new
Consucuuo0n,

It was discovered that the sev-
eral years old municipal Corpora-
lion Ordinance and the County
Couneli Urdinance promumits mem-
bers of tne Municipal and County
Councils noOidiig Ginces OF elmuiu-
ment under tne Crown, members
ot tne Legislature will receive a
salary of £8vU annually,

Ten eiectea members are affect-
ed, including tne Mayor Norman
Tang of bort-of-Spain, Mayor
Roy Joseph of San bernando, and
Mayor Charles Netto of Arima. It
is understood that Governor Rance
today cabled the Secretary of
State for instructions,

The Governor told a _ confer-
ence of legislators that Govern-
ment is prepared to introduce -in-
demnifying legislation to October
20 only. Much confusion prevails
regarding the legal technicalities
and the effects of the develop-
ment on the election of five elect-
ed members to the Executive
Council tomorrow.

Mayor Roy Joseph and Coun-

Fernando Borough Council. It is
expected that most of the others
will resign from the local bodies.

Mayor Netto, it is announced,
will not be taking the oath to-
morrow, pending developments.
{Four Butlerites are affected.

out strong peints being defended
to the last.

Pounded from the air ‘and ham-
mered by tank and gunfire, the
wooden houses of the ancient city
evacked and burned as attackers
fcught their way in against heavy
resistance

Americans were constantly
pouring in more men through the
opeaing in the city’s perimeter

defences.
They were, moving in to the
city under crackling sniper fire

: from rooftops and in the face of
heavy resistance from’ machine
guns behind barricades.

American troops trod down bar-
ricades killing North Koreans in
bloody skirmishes along the city’s
narrow streets.

While American first cavalry
division and South Koreans were
fighting in the streets of Pyong-
yang, the British Commonwealth
Brigade and the American 24th
Division were reported tonight ir
the outskirts of the city

They left the main road to
Pyongyang from the south to make
a wide sweep through Port Chin-
nampo, 34 miles to the southwest
and then raced up the Chinnampo-
Pyongyang highway.—Reuter.

SRM te ee ot Pee

A Woman’s

NEW YORK,
Women should be called
up, even for combat service,
aceording to one of them,
presi-
dent of the National Federa-

tion of Business Women.
One of Miss Hughes’s rea-
| sons — more fathers might

There has been much adverse
criticism of this eleventh-hour
discovery of the provisions in the
Ordinance.

| Miss Sarah Hughes,

then be able to stay at
home, look after their chil-
dren and prevent such a
break up of homes as hap-
pened during World War II.



U.K. SHIP OWNER

sillor Asht |
their resignation from’ the San|| Place, 1950
COMING TO W.I.















NEW W. GERMAN
PRESIDENT

BONN, Oct. 19.

The West German Bundestag
(Lower House) of Parliament to-
day elected as its new President
Dr. Hermann Ehlers member of
the Christain Democratic Union
and a leading protestant layman,
There were no other candidates
for election and the House voted

director of Watts Watts & Co.,
Ltd., London, shipowners, is now
on his way to Trinidad.

He is supposed to be interested
in the possibilities of starting up
an- Eastern Caribbean to U.K.
cargo-passenger service. His
company already have ships run-
ning to Montreal and a'so to the
continent of Europe. He _ will
also visit British Guiana.

Mr. Luke, the Managing Direc-

tor of Watts Watts & Co., Ltd.
would not comment this after-
noon on the suggestion that his
Company are interested in this
new service, but I am told authori-

by ballot,

Ehlers succeeds Dr. Koehler of
the same party who went on
leave last July owing to ill
health and will shortly take a







ukely candidate for a “neutral”
Premier to attempt to solve the
present crisis.

White - haired Labour leader
Ben Gurion told President Chaim
Weizmann on Tuesday of his fail-
His
coalition Government had resigned
-ceause the powerful orthodox re-
iigious bloc refused to support the
riemier’s plan for a_ broader
Cabinet.

His subsequent caretaker Gov-
ernment lost a vote of confidence
early yesterday on the Premier's
proposal for a seven-man Cabinet
to hold office until elections could
be held.

Dr. Rosenblueth who is 63 was
born in Berlin. At one time he
was the President of the Zionist
organisation in Germany.

In Israel, since 1931, he has been
President of the Progressive Party
since its inception. He was Min-
“ter of Justice in the provisional
Government of Israel from May
1948 until early last year.

A writer in Hebrew, English
and German, he has been a fre-
muent contrikiter to local and
fore'gn newspapers.—Reuter.

U.N. Forces Could
Have Been Pushed
Into The Sea

(By



DUNCAN HOOPER)
TOKYO, Oct. 19.

American military men _ here
said to-day that even limited
Russian or Chinese intervention
in the first weeks of the Korean
war could have pushed the United
Nations forces into the sea,

There had never been any
indication that either power in-
tended to intervene these sources
emphasised but the result was
seen as a big psychological victory
for the West against the world of
Communism.

High sources’ said neither
Russia nor China could at present
take effective measures to help
Koreans even if they wished. The
Russians lacked manpower and
the Chinese air power in areas

permitting a quick switch to
Korea.
Though Russia and = China,

together had both manpower and |
air power, this source said they |
vould not coordinate these effi-|
ciently without a great deal of |
preparation and intensive tawnining., |

One American military man)
said the latest information here
was that China had about 300,000
troops in Manchuria with a fourth
army of some 60,000 men located
in the region of the Yalu River—
tthe border between Manchuria
and Korea.

An American military authority

said if the Chinese tried to move

these troops across the Yalu River
without air support “it would be
one of the heaviest slaughters in
history.”—Reuter.

U.N. To Protect





JACKSONVILLE, Ficrida,
Oct. 19
High tides tore at Florids

beaches and seawalls on Thursday
only a few hours after a hurricane
ripped the length of the state and
| | fizzled dowm te squall size as it
edged into Georgia.

Three Floridians died in the
blew. Property and crop damage
was well up in the millions of
collars, The force of the storm
tapered off steadily from _ the

States. 4
Gaitskell’s old post as Economics Minister is not to »
filled. The official announcement said “Mr, Geitskell will
carry the same responsibility as his predecessor far
siness and for the co-ordination of economic policy.
vs me ¥ Gaitskell deputised for Sir Staf-
ford while the Chancellor had
been on two and a half months
sick leave.
Sir Stafford,
week from the
he underwent a

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61, returned this
continent where
rest cure in 4



116-mile an hour punch it handed
Miami on Tuesday at mid-night.
Still it was the worst in years for
many north and central Florida

cities,

Thursday's battl scene wa
along miles of the east coast
resort beaches. Navy men an?

civilian volunteers worked through
the night to sandbag seawalls and
ocean front houses

Angry sea water already had
tonn away the city docks and one
section of the seawall collapsed,
{Many roads and bridges were
funder water.

In three South Florida counties
Dade, Broward and Palm Beach,
storm damage was tentatively
lestimated at $5,000,000 by chiet
storm forecaster Grady Norton.
\He said it would rise as more
i complete reports came in, News-
paper estimates were 4s high as
$8,000,000 for greater Miam
alone,—(CP)

_ Two Imprisoned
For Murder







; o “ VENICE, Oct. 19.
Smeets CRIPPS, former Chancellor of the Exchequer has Two Venitians, one a gondolier,
re} 4 ‘

have been sent to prison for life
for murdering a woman with an
axe, hacking her in two and drop-
ping her body in a lagoon in a
trunk,

The Court last night ordered
that gondolier Luiz Sardi, aged 50,
shall spend the first three years
in solitary confinement.

The prosecution alleged that
Sardi and Bartolemeto ‘Toma
enticed the woman Linda Cometa,
black market cigarette dealer;



Frenchmen Tribute
Dead Comrades

At the opening of the debate on Indo-China in the

French National Assembly today Speaker Eduard Herriot|*

paid tribute to French forces fighting in Vietnam and to
the war dead.

All deputies including Communists remained standing
during Herriot’s tribute.



into Toma's house in April 1947,
killed» her, cut her in two and
put her in the trunk which Sardi
then rowed out to the ‘agoon in,
his gondola. {

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They searched her bag and}








The first speaker in the de- ;
hate was Pierre Judge (Commu- ee, but found only 110,000)
nist) who asked vhat peace J : .
‘ : ; sli In addition to their life sen-
THE MODERN AGE eer oe ee ee ig both were ordered to pay
Othe Viettninh “Ebel fake one lire symbolic damages to the
a rc) ; : ge family of the dead woman,
There is ae ee Rightwing Deputy Frederi ee he Fen with the body in it
18,000 Americ ams who nt nt Dupont atvacked the Govern- was found three years ago. Bott
A sricams wh fa , ‘ ‘ . as > years , 1
ment’s policy in Indo-China and : ;
» passengers > : : ad alree se
to be passengers upon. the | guid that French forces here |"ortence for murder by “® special
A New York museum, wh ich j were . lacking reinforcements, |W ilitary court in Padua But on
is accepting these "imhooke equipment and money. appeal the Italian High Court
ings”, asknowledges each ‘ During my recent trip had decided that the military
one with a letter saying Indo-China representatives of the court was not competent and
there may be some delays | Hii Command told saga fh a ordered the case should be re-
before accommodations can rench war material was 58D0- |tnieg by the Venice Assizes.

be assigned. | taged” Dupont said

-——Reuter.



|,Former Defence Minister
{mond Michelet supporter of Gen-
eval de Gaulle accused the Gov-

Ed-

Sleeping Sickness



Six Arrested In



(From Our Own Correspondent)
LONDON, Oct. 19.
Mr, Edmund Hannay Watts, a

tatively that there definitely is
something in it.

HOLE

consular appointment, probably in
Australia, —Reuter.

AT SEAWELL








































c

s ——_ =

* "HIS HOLE suddenly opened yesterday afternoon at Seawell, on a
small ‘roadway just off the old runway.

Airport staff walking over to the Fire Ambulance suddenly saw
part of the road fall in quite near to where they were walking.

The hole is over two feet in diameter and has an unknown depth.

Up to short time ago heavy trucits being used on the construction
of the new runway used this road frequently.

The hole has been circled with large stones and there is a red
fiag of warning flying nearby

jernment of “hiding Uruth
| the country by I Vi nn
y situation.” n vie a
° |
Holy Places Search For Arms |*\y3°". on.
: ts im ther : t, 19.
A eet eee aie’ teoerth Six people EAT elec: ee ree the "vietnamese: Twelve a Te a mimatii
; > beeh arreste: ;
- pa 3 o 3 é a epels Q ‘6 . “ke
tionalising of Jerusalem and to and 13 others detained for ques- anaes paces ewe) ar aetna ne type of aineron ee:
concentrate on protecting the Holy | tioning after a wide search for a See "Left Wing? nes$ with a death rate up to ot
Places is to be put before the} hidden arms in the Catania area One ‘Independent Li cl inger per cent have been reported her
United Nations General Assembly | of Sicily, the police announced | 5" “) ‘France, should follow ip). the first outbreak of the dis-
aceording to usually reliable | to-day. |Indo-China the | policy England | eave since 1927,
sources here. . About 9 police took part in the | ##owed in India.” He called Tests are now being made »o
Sweden, Holland and Canada | Sweep which uncovered a | for immediate | negotiations with with new drugs discovered
who have drafted it, want to|Machine | gun, 19 rifles, 4,000 | Or, Ho Chi Minh, The meetin | since 1927
empower the Governor or High rounds of ammunition, 15 shells, 3 | W@* adjourned until later voda) A leading Viennes? doctor, de-
Commissioner to protect Jewish, |*Mti-tank mines and 66 hand | eater clearing that the outbreak was by
2 *hristia grenade: ro means of epidemic proportion
Mchammedan, and Christian Karl } I I
ala tarlier to-day police on the} x * aid it would probably yield t
ne?. 7 : j ‘ i yu I ’
was 2 lan is practically assured peninsula announced that they | Soviet Movements medern metheds of treatment
b DP ay ee had unearthed another arms dump |

of Assembly approval during the

pr‘ser:: cession, the same sources | containing more
said. ‘ ; , rounds of British,
Last year’s attempt to interna-|Ttalian ammunition

tionalise the Holy City was flatly
rejected ty both Isrec! end Ierdan
whcse troops have leng occupied
the city. Under the new plan ay
effort would be made to achieve
complete disarmament or at least
an arms reduction on both sides
The aim would be simply “norma
peacetime military establish-
ments.”

The plan to concentrate United
Nations jurisdiction on the Holy

condition as well as
anti-tank cannons
grenades,—Reuter.

Fratico Will

MADRID
General Franco left

Places was first proposed by the | today for a 10-day v Ste
Netherlands and Sweden in 1949 ish wart Atri ; and fie ya
but failed to win the Aysem!ly’s | Telands ,
support.—Reuter. He was accompanied | I
i wife Dona Carmen Polo de rar
o . co, Interior Minister Blas Periz
China Protests Again Gonzalez, Minister of Industry
- * and Commerce Juan Anton
On U.S. Bombings Suances Uantoci, and Pubi
Works Minister Gen. Jose Maria
LONDON, Oct. '9. Fernandez Uadreda The party}
Communist China ha sent |took off in a four-engined plane. |
another pretest to the United —Reuter. |

Nations against -the “recurrence
of violations of the Chinese air
frontier by American military





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than
German

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Canary Islands

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here by



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in a cave at Livellato, near Genoa,
60,000 |
and |
in perfect
small
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Ou Turkish Border

ANKARA, Oct. 19
Highly placed ‘Turkish arn
sources told Reuter today tnt
Soviet troop movement wei
iaking place in the Curkisi: |

lrontier area.

The sources declined to
speculate on the significai.ce of the
nove The Turkish arniy
Foreign Office Spokesman
give no comment

The Persian Mimister Haji Ali
Razmara yesterday described re-
ports of the Soviet troop move-
ments the Persian border as
“provocative and utterly untrue.”

and
would

on





He also denied that Russia was
bringing up munition and military
equipment for Persian, Kurdish
tribesmen

Other sources in Tehera scaled
that the Soviet waggons arriving
at the Persian border contained
ugar recently bought by the
Persian Government.—Reuter.





planes” according te a Tass | GENOA, Oct. 19
Agency report from Peking _ ALEXANDRIA, Oct. 19 | Italian salvage vessels yester-
The protest alleged that on! , — Farouk arrived here) day raised the 1,880 ton Italian
October 13 and 14 American] Biher” we eh _ | Fakhr Px\ destroyer “Bermuda” from the
planes “repeatedly invaded China’s Shite! his Birrenee “iy ' 4 Seas )} bottom of Genoa Harbour where
SLs das we | 8 iis Eurc in holiday. . i en sunk by its capte
territorial air to reconnoitre”.| “A petition from all opposition it had been sunk by it capt ain
They had crossed from Korea into, ,ontiee wie y to avoid falling into German
oe 4 | parties warning of the danger of I oe ders We *
Liavtung pep Vana: action” the! “nation-wide revolt” awaits him. er s curing 1e war 1 o
This provocative actian the} The royal yacht was escorted The destroyer was captured by
protest added “the C hinese into the harbour here just before the Italian navy fron A OBOE
people absolutely cannot tolerate dawn by two destroyer The| carly In the war. It had previously
Tass report said that the Chinese) King’s arrival was at his « wn | be en the Yugoslav Navy's flagship.
Minister for Foreign Affairs Chou! request a quiet one. The King; Yugoslavia in 1946 refused the
En-Lai had lodged the protest) was expected to receive Nahas offer to let her saivage the vessel
with the United Nations Secretary | Pasha and members of his: and take it back into her navy
General Trygve Lie—Reuter. later today. —Reuter —Reuter

from
y minimizing the
withdrawal from



Between 1917 and 1927 80,000

cases of the disease were record. |
ed here afiver which it appeare |} yp

Bridging The
Strait Of Messina

NEW YORK, Oct, i9
Plans for the first bridge link
im Italy with Sicily across the
Strait of Messina have been com-
pleted and forwarded to the Italiay,
authorities, D, B, Steinman,
New York engineer, announced,
Steinman said here yesterday
that he had prepared the plans
If they are approved by the Italia,
Government, the combination of a
} wailroad and highway bridge
| would be built The proposed
epan was of the suspension type,
; providing for across 3,209 metres
| wide and over water 135 metres
| deep
Steinman said that the main
span of 1,600 metres would be the



| D TR ER S LVAGED | longest in the world.—Re baie
Farouk Goes Home| eye ree 36 eer een Ter! |

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| More Control On Rubber

WASHINGTON, Oct. 19
| The National Production
Authority, dissatisfied with earliet
_ reports on conserving rubber has
j} announced it
| sharper order
| manufacturers
| The order will limit the amount
of natural rubber
November, December

to curtail use by

as well as





—Reuter, |

will issue shortly a}



2 oa

A recent portrait of the Rt. Hon.
Hugh Gaitskell, C.B.B., Member of
Parliament for the South Leeds
Division of Yorkshire.

Iusurgent ‘Troops
Sent To Training
Camps In China

PARIS, Oct. 19

The French Premier Kene
Pleven in the debate on Indochina
in the National Assembly to-day
said it seemed established that the
last of the 20,000 insurgent troops
had been sent to training camps
situated in China just beyond the
border,

The Prime Minister said that it
was his Government's policy to
continue to defend,North —Indo-
china and he defended the French
withdrawal from a series of out-
posts along the Chinese frontier,

The existence of these posts
had not prevented Vietnam in-
surgents from receiving supplies
from Communist China “in in-

‘creasing quantities.”

At Caobang near the Chinese
frontier “the enemy was in close
touch with his bases which are
invulnerable because they are be-
hind the Chinese frontier” Pleven
said, —Reuter

£52,000,000 BALANCE
(Prom Our Own Correspondent)
LONDON, Oct, 19.
City experts here to-day suggest
that the favourable balance — of
U.K. trade of £52,000,000 for vhe
first half of this year has come
about largely as a result of the



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Swiss nursing home

Doctors here say that desp
his rest he has not reenverea
sufficiently from exhaustion cats-
ed by overwork. They agree with
continental medical men who ad-
vise him that he needs a_ full
year’s break from work
" Tonight the Chancellor cancell-
ed all his engagements. He will
take a sea voyage with Lady
Cripps, who it 1s understood
played a big part in persuading
her husband to resign.

The letter of resignation which
Sir Stafford wrote to Prime Min-
ister Clement Attlee was publish
ed tonight. It said: “It is with

t
e



the greatest regret that for u
reason known to you and to be
made public | tender you my

resignation of the post of Chan-
cellor of the Exchequer

“Though my resignation is un-
avoidable I would like to take
this opportunity of emphasising
my continued strong support of
the Labour Party and the Labour
yovernment.

Country’s Welfare
“t believe that their continu-
ance in power is absolutely essen-
tial to the future welfare of our
country and of the world.

“1 shall hope—and expect—to
resume work at the end of a
vear's rest,”

Attlee’s reply said: “IT hope

that a year’s rest will restore you
to your full vigour, and that we
shall then be able to welcome
vou back for a further period to
the country.

“It is clearly impossible to dis-
regard your doctor’s opinion.

“I need hardly tell. ..ow how
great is the loss to the Govern-
ment which your retisement en-
tails.

“For the last 5 years you have
taken a leading. part in our coun-
sels and have borne a tremendous
burden, a greater one than any
previous holder of your office.”

The Prime Minister tonight told
King George the Sixth of the
Chancellor’s resignation,

Many people in Britain — not
only Labour supporters--look on
Cripps as the man who _ pulled
Britain out of her economic abyss

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TELL

THE
THE NEWS
Ring 3113 Day or Night,

ADVOCATE

SS THE ADVOCATE
PAYS FOR NEWS.







i GOLD FLAKE

consumed in|

the total amount of new synthetic,

'and natural rubber N.P.A. ad-
minister William Harrison said.)
—Reuter.

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PAGE TWO



hee ROW is Trafalgar Day
a 8 am., His Excellency

MOR
the Governor will lay a wreath on



Nelson’s Monument in Trafalgar
Square. Expected to be present

along ‘with the Governor are the |

Colonial Secretary, the Commis-

sioner of Police and the Harbdtir i

Master.

Barbadés was among the first ©

to nonour Nelson by naming
Trafalgar Square after his famous
victory, and erecting a monument,
the second oldest in the Empire,
in higs_memory. It is therefore
very fitting that some femem-
brance should be given to this
famous British Admiral.

For Chess Tournament
R. ST, CLAIR HUNTE, Presi-

dent of the B.G. and .W.1.
Chess Federation was among the
passengers for B.G. yesterday
afternoon by 1.A. where he
will look on ai (tie Intercolonial

Chess tourname.
in Georgetown

Up for the Races

RRIVING -FROM Tiinidad
yestercAy morning by B.W.LA.
to ride in the B, T. C’s Autumn
Race Meeting was Mr. Frank
O’Neil, He tells me that Phil
Lattimer is at présent in the U.K,
and will be getting married short-
ly to a Scottish girl. He expects
Phil to be back in Trinidad for
the Christmas Meeting.
Frank is here for about a month
and is staying at the Hotel Royal.

Riding Here for First
Time
RRIVING from B.G. yesterday
afternoon by B.W.1.A. was
Mr. T. Wilder. Mr. Wilder is an
English jockey who is in the Wes!
Indies for the first time. He
arrived in Trinidad on September
24th, where he rode a winner in
his first race at the Arima race
meeting. He will be riding here
in the November Race Meeting
Mr. Wilder is staying at Palm
Beach, Hastings.

Back fo Trinidad
AR. GEORGE BENSON who
has been acting B.W.1.A’s
Station Supt. at Seawell, returned
to Trinidad on Monday, by
B.W.1.A., where he is stationed at
Piarco,

Returned Yesterday

R. RAYMOND DE SOUZA of

the National Cash Register
Co., returned yesterday morning
by B.W.1.A. after two weeks’ visit
to Trinidad.

Back to B.G.
FTER eleven months’ holiday
in Barbados, Miss Br.dget
Jardine returned to B.G. yester-
day afternoon by B.W.LA.

Miss Jardine helps edit the
“Catholic Standard’ in British
Guiana, Her grandfather was the
owner of the “Daily Chronicle’ in
B.G. and her father was Managing
Editor.

now going on



BY THE WAY

E understand that the size-

marks of women’s clothing
are about to be changed. This
does not surprise us as much as
it might have done had we pre-
viously known that such things
existed.

Now, having faced the fact, we
read with vague interest that
“In a year those size symbols
which have irritated so many
women SW, W, WX, OS, and
XOS will have vanished.”

omen were probably irritated

because they probably didn’t
know what SW, WX, ete.,
meant. Let us help.

SW stands for Stupendous

Width; W just means Wide, and
the X in WX indicates that the
figure is top-heavy, oval or
X-shaped.

OS (pronounced Oss) is Board
of Trade jargon for clothes de-

ee



Intransit
B.W.1.A., from St. Lucia for Trinidad were Mr. Francis
Member of the St. Lucia Legislature and Hon. John Stow,
on 2 of St. —_.

ceremony of Legislative Council of the new constituti
Trinidad and Tobago. oa

IS HONOUR MR. JOHN
STOW, Administrator of St.
Lucia and Si:. Francis Carasco,
Member of the St. Lucia Legis!a-
ture wet .atransit weet s
yesterday ifternoon by B.W.1LA.
for Trinidad, to attend the open-
ing ceremony of the Legislative
Council of the new constitution
of Trinidad and Tobago. Repre-
senting Barbados are Sir George
Seel, Mr. A. E. S. Lewis, M.C.P.,
and Dr, H. Massiah, M.L.C, They

also left yesterday afternoon
accompanied by Lady Seel and
Mrs. Massiah,

With B.W.LA.

R. HAROLD STOCKHAUSEN,
who is with B.W.LA.
Traffic Department in Kingston,
Jamaica, arrived from George-
town yesterday afternoon’ by

B.W.LA. where he has been for ”

the past two days. He will be
here for about four days, before
making a few short stops at
Grenada and Jamaica,

By

signed for foreign visitors (for
instance “Haff you somsin to fit
oss if you pliss’?) and the XOS
is only to be found in the small
mammals enclosure at the Belle
Vue Zoo in Manchester.

Fireman—Catch that Bus

Mr. Jack Horner, Secretary of
the Fire Brigade Union, com-
menting on the report for 1949,
said yesterday: “We have one
brigade whose major fire engine
while going to a fire was twice
rahe on a hill by a fully loaded
us,”

“3 OOK, Fred,” said William

Strongbow, chief of the fire
brigade, to Fred Wilberforce,
intrepid young fireman, “there
seems to be a fire.”

“Great heavens!” cried Fred,
“I thought that bell might have
been ringing for some interesting

Ck ¥PTOQUOTE—Here’s how to work it:
AXYDLBAAXR

is

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Passengers through Barbados yesterday afternoon by

Carasco,
Adminis-

They are going to Trinidad to att®hd the open-

Managing Director Returns
R. JOHNNIE ADAMSON,
Managing Director of Bookers

Drug Stores, who was in Barbados

on a short visit, left for B.G, yes-

terday afternoon by B.W.1.A. He

was staying with Mr. and Mrs F.

S. Olton,

On Wednesday Mr. and Mrs.
Olton held a Cocktail Party at
their home, “Springfield,” Bar-
barees in honour of Mr. Adamson,
and among those present were,
Mr. and. Mrs. John Bogart, Comdr.
and Mrs. Fusselman, Mr. Hagen,
Dr. Bill Garner, Mr. and Mrs.
Kellshall, Mr. and Mrs, Dick
Stokes, Mr, and Mrs. J. Chabrol,
Mr, and Mrs. E. Thomas, Mr, and
Mrs, T. F. Harris, Mr. and Mrs.
Winston Ward, Mr. and Mrs.
Frank Morgan.

Was Here Two Weeks
EV. Mother Mary Stanislaus,
after two weeks in Barbados
returned to B.G. yesterday after-
noon by B.W.LA. She was ac-
companied by Mother St. Ann and
Mother Sacred Heart.



BEACHCOMBER

ee

“Yes, indeed,” replied his kind-
ly chief, “That, as you shall soon
learn, Fred, is one of the first
signs of a conflagration.
Fred,” he added in his well-
modulated voice, “I need your
help while I get our dear old
fire engine out and give the brass
a quick rub over. I wish you
to catch the next 36a bus and
slip along to let them know we
are coming just as quickly as we
can.”

As one can imagine, Fred's
heart beat more quickly at this
exciting order from his beloved
chief. Without another word he
flung off his coverlet, slipped into
his bedroom slippers and hasten-
ed to the bathroorn.
NEXT WEEK:—Another excitin

adventure of “Fireman Fred

Now,

or “The Adventures of 2 Season-| »"

Ticket Holder em Route 176.”



a |
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i was president of 34 companies
with

' | yesterday morning from Trinidad
Her visit is on benalf of Unitec

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Girls

in
London police court wh an
American businessman, “in B mh
to see Board of Trade Presige:.:

Eyebrows were

String Beans
WSs ‘
Harold Wilson,” declared thats he ee
always gave nylon stockinggy to STRING BEANS —
girls at the Board of Trade. }
Called
Customs case,
Beverly Hills, Ca

as detense witness in ©
Covell {|

ria, saiq ‘\e| 66 pairs of nyions.”
Both defendants had

a combined not guilty and Mrs. Swift

capital
$22,000,000. r

of
brother, 7

Asked why he brought
stockings for his
Covell relied:

“T am the best judge

“Your government institutio.ws
have always been very kind an:i
considerate to me,” he added.
“The staff go out of their way to
do things and these stockin7s ave














the only way I can show m)
appreciation. I hepe I shall be
able to continue to to so.”

Covell added that he often
made business trips-to Englan’!
and always brought nylons with

bim.
Not Exceptional

“Eight or nine dozen pairs
would not be an exceptionaliyv
large numger for me to bring
he said.

Covell was giving evidence for
his sister, Mrs, Esther
gave a London address th
another defendant was fined §11¢
for “being knowingly concerned
in carrying uncustomed goods~-

do so.

supply



Gathering Information
ISS HELEN SARGENT who
is with United Airlines in Los
Angeles arrived B.W.LA

The sharks
the way across.
hoping | shall tall overboard,” he
Says nervously, and whenever they
come too close he splashes with his

Airlines to get first hand informa-
tion about Barbados as a probable
tourist resort.

Her visit is a very short one, as
she leaves for Trinidad this after-
noon,

Here for Four Days
ISS GWEN INNISS, daughter
of Dr. Knollys Inniss and
Games Mistress at the Bishop’
High School in Trinidad arrive:
yesterday morning by B.W.1LA.
She is here for about four days.
Here Again
R, JOSEPH RODRIGUES whe
was here in April, arrived
yesterday afternoon by B.W.I.A.
from B.G., to spend another holi-
day in Barbados.

Also arriving from B.G. were
Miss Elsa de Freitas, Miss Rita
de Freitas and Mr. R. de Freita
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Prices for Cauliflower and

when

Advocate checked yesterday
24 cents per pound.

24 cents per pound.

nylons were presents from her
sister, Jack

It I can afford to give her a gross
ef nyfons then I shall continue to

“They are easy to get in the
States. They are in very short
in England and
desirable to women over here.”





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“TL beliewe they’ re

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safe until the water becomes too

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Gaitskell New
Chancellor

@ From Page 1.

—and sacrificed his health
pergonal popularity to do so.

For years Sir Stafford has suf-
fered from stomach trouble. He
bee¢ame a vegetarian because of
it. But overwork since he took
over the exacting job of directing
Britain's economic affairs in 1947,
hag made his illness worse.

Hugh Gaitskell is due back here
te-rmorrow from financial talks in
the United States and Canada.

Aged 44, he is an economist.

Econcmie Uictator For
3 Years

During his three years as Brit-
ain’s economic dictator Cripps —
lean and tight-lipped —- slapped
on the highest taxes Britain has
ever known in peacetime. Cigar-
ettes, beer and other pleasures
went skyhigh in price, and the
ppenase tax on practically every-
hing sold in shops put an effec-
tive brake on public spending.

This and the wage freeze in in-
dustry were Cripps’ ways of fight-
ing inflation.

Sir Stafford was one
ain’s most successful
before entering politics,
£30,000 per year,

As a Cabinet Minister he earn-
eda only £5,000 per year.

Son of the late Lord Parmoor,
Conservative, who turned Social-
ist, he began his political career
as Solicitor-General in Ramsay
MacDonald’s Labour Government
in 1930,

For 10 years after that he vio-
lently opposed the Labour Party
Chiefs on . qué@stions of Socialist
doctrine, and was expelled from
the Party in 1939.

After carrying out successfully
several. Government missions in-
cluding the post of Special Am-
bassador to Moscow, from 1940 to
1942, Cripps was re-admitted to
the Labour Party in 1945.

Cripps’ resignation will bring
the Labour majority down to six.
It will mean a bye-election in his
constituency, Southeast Bristol,
which returned him with a major-
ity of 16,803 at the last election.

—Reuter.

and

of Brit-
barristers
earning



Henry
Sees Blue

By FRED DOERFLINGER
GRACEDIEU, England,

To September's blue sun and
blue moon—add October's blue
rain.

It fell at Gracedieu, Leicester-
shire, and left rooftops, window-
panes and large areas of the
ground glistening with big, sticky
blobs.

Henry Walker of Gracedieu’s
garage first noticed it when
through the window he saw his
romping St. Bernard dogs covered
with blue spots. He rubbed his eyes
—not having enjoyed a “night be-
fore’—and then his window broke
out in a deep blue rash,

Henry’s wife took a chance then
and put her hand out of the door.
It turned an inky blue, The gaso-
line pumps and the garage build-
ings were covered with blue
blotches too.

Mrs. Walker, thinking it might
have been caused by jet aircraft,
rang the police for information.
They could give no explanation.
Neither could the Air Ministry.

Henry later closely examined
the blue blotches which covered
a track some 100 feet wide after
the 15 minute shower. In one of
the blotches he found a small seed.

This led to the theory that a
freak whirlwind stripped fruit
from Elderberry trees and show-
ered it down from a great height
on Gracedieu.

Said Mrs. Walker: “Thank heav~-
en I didn’t have my washing out.
The blobs were almost a



























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by
GALES



Checking
Measures

In the building which used to
be the Market Police Post a man
was doing some soldering yester-
day. But the building is not a
blacksmith’s shop. It is the
headquarters of the island’s
Weights and Measures Depart-
ment, run under the control of
the Police Department.

Inspector Franklyn is at present
in .chatge of the department,
while the chief man on the prem-
ises is Charles Lowe. This is
the department which carries out
ithe job of seeing that the public
really gets 16 ounces to the pound,
and four gills to the pint.

Annual checks are carried out
by this department, as well as
surprise checks. Any day Inspec-
tor Franklyn, Lowe and maybe a
corporal or private of police may
carry out checks in an area, and
if the seale, the weights, or the
measures in X’s shop are not
true, they are seized and taken to
the Weights and Measures De-
partment.

The owner of the faulty scales
may be prosecuted. Meanwhile,
the scales are kept and put right,
and that was the reason why
soldering was going on yesterday.

The owner can get back the
rectified scales.

All Sorts of Scales

There were a’ number of such
scales at the department yester-
day, as well as the standard
weights used to check shop
weights. The department is
equipped to check any sort of
scales, from the smallest used in
shops to the big platform scales.

To this department all pur-
chasers of new. scales have to take
them to be stamped, unless they
were stamped before purchase.

The department can also check
on measures from a half gill to a

bushel. Their equipment in-
cludes not only scales and
weights, but scale beams, balances,
spring balances, steelyards and
other weighing instruments.

Talking about weights and

measures, it is strange that al-
though Barbados is a_ British
possession, we use the U.S. Gallon
and not the Imperial Gallon, and
we get less by doing so. The
Imperial gallon is ten pints; the
U.S. Gallon is two pints less.
Another name for the U.S. Gal-
lon is the Wine Gallon. Its offi-

cial name here is the Winchester
Gallon.

We can’t catch up
with it!

The call for “Black & White’’ continues to grow
all over the world, for connoisseurs agree that it
is a Scotch in a class all its own.

‘ Blended in the special “Black & White” way it
is a splendid drink at all times and for all
occasions.
‘BLACK: WHITE’
SCOTCH WHISKY
e a a e e
Wie Secret is in the Blending
‘ ° , Scotch Whisky Distillers

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Several W.I. Will
Attend Sugar Talks

AT LEAST 160 West Indian
delegates will attend the 1959
sugar technologists’ meeting under
the auspicies of the British West
Indies Sugar Association to be
held at Mandeville, Jamaica, on
October 23.

Leaving Barbados as delegate
to the meeting will be Mr. E. S.
Kobimson, Chairman of the Barba-
dos Sugar Producers’ Association.
Mr. Robinson is expected to leave
on October 21. He is going as
Alternate Director in the place of
Hon, G. D. L. Pile M.L.C.

Hon, H. A. Cuke, M.L.C., and
Mr. R. B. Skeete, who are going
as advisors, are expected to leave
Barbados on October 29.
piece thanreS

The Weather

TO-DAY:
Sun Rises: 5.49 a.m,
Sun Sets: 5.41 a.m.
Moon (Full) October 25
Lighting: 6.00 p.m.
High Water: 1.04 p.m.
YESTERDAY:
Rainfall (Codrington) .53 in.
Total for month to yester-
day: 5.66 ins.
Temperature (Max.)
85.0 °F.
Temperature (Min.)
72.0 °F.
Wind Direction (9 a.m.)
E.S.E. (3 p.m.) W.S.W.
Wind Velocity 4 miles per

Barometer (9 a.m.) 29.835
3 p.m.) 29.770



FRUIT COME

Oranges, grapefrits, pears and
bananas are all in abundance in
Dominica, the mate of the
schooner “W. L, Eunicia” told the
Advocate on Tuesday,

The “Eunicia” arrived on Tues~-
day with supplies of oranges ana
grapefruits among its cargo. The
cargo was chiefly comprised of
cecoanuts and copra.

Cocoanuts, the mate said, is a
yround-the-year crop of Dominica.
They are always plentiful and
there is a steady flow in the ex-
port of cocoanuts and copra. _

Changing this topic and looking
around the Bay, the mate re-
marked “very fine weather for
sailing we are getting now-a-
days.” The breezes were neither
too heavy nor too light and one
could enjoy a trip.

ed

‘Shadies and ganthemen— Besides the usual spots, flashes, fadings, and those eternal black streaks on the
picture, we must apologise for that Government offteial who keeps wabhing off with our perfermers.”

London Bupvess Seruino



Canalisation Equipment

Lies

MR. W. A. CRAWFORD told
the Advocate yesterday that he
understands the machinery which
was acquired by Government
with which undertake the
eanalization of the Constitution
Swamp, is now housed in_ the
store-rooms of the Public Works
Department.

The Government, he said, does
not now consider the proposition
a practical one

Mr. Crawford gave notice of a
question in the House of Assem-
bly on Tuesday about the canali-
zation of the swamp. He wanted

to

to know if Government would
start this work immediately.
In his statements he pointed

out that equipment for the pur-
pose including a light railway and
tipping waggons had been acquir-
ed and was lying idle and rusting
for over three years.

He told the Advocate yesterday:

“It seems to me that the posi-
tion with regard to the canaliza-
tion of the Constitution Swamp,

indicates either callousness or
negligence on the part of the
Government.

Area Cleared
“A few months ago at the

approach of the hurricane season,
the area was cleared of tree
stumps, mangroves and_ other
débris, in order to provide easy
passage for flood waters. That in
my opinion, is only trifling with
the problem.

“It was in 1947 that I re-intro-
duced the question of the canali-
zation of the swamp. The Gov-
ernment apparently was advised
that it was desirable to do it and
that it was a practical proposition.
The machinery for undertaking it
was therefore ordeyed sometime
after.

“It consisted of a light railway
track and some tipping waggons,
which would transfer the stuff
which was removed from one
place to sites where it was needed
for filling in or tor disposal other-

wise The idea of course being
at the time that the minimum
amount of machinery would be

used in order to provide as much
employment as possible.

“The machinery arrived in the
island and from what I under-
stood it was left lying in the open
for sometime. That was brought
to my attention and I raised the
matter in the Legislature. Since
then I understand that it is now

under shelter somewhere in the
Public Works Department store-
rooms,

Idle

“The House of Assembly
on more than one occasion
means of Resolutions, called on
Government to get on with the
project. But the Government for
obvious reasons claimed in 1948
that it was no longer a practical
proposition.

“It is significant that so far as
I know, the same engineering
advice under which the Govern-
ment was acting when it spent the
taxpayers’ money to buy the
equipment, was the same advice
under which it was acting when
it alleged that it was no longer
a practical proposition. The ques-
tion arises therefore, why was
public money wasted on _ this
machinery.”

has
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Red M.P’s
Protest

BONN, Oct, 17,

Communists in the Weet German '

Parliament have tabled a protest
against the “illegal” British re-
quisitioning of the Party’s head-
quarters at Dusseldorf
September 26.

They want the German Feder:
Government to open negotiations

on

at once with the British High
Commission.
The protest is one of four

motions tabled by the Communist
party in celebration of its return
to the status of a recognised party
in Bundestag. The Party lost this
status when several members were
expelled last July for disorderly
conduct.

One of the motions demands
that the Bundestag should forbic
Germans to join the armed forces
of foreign powers and forbid
those in the Allied service to
carry arms or to receive military
training

The third
Dr Heinrich

seeks dismissal of
Brand, Chief
Federal press-officer alleged by
Communists to have made a
statement on the raising of federal

minista at confidential press
conference,

The four Communist motion
wants the Federal Government
immediately to withdraw its

decision of September 19, that all
active members of the Communist
Party and its organisations be
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TO-DAY

TO-DAY the first session of- the
Legislative Council will be opened by the
Governor, Sir Hubert Rance. Representa-
tives from other islands in the Caribbean
will be present, among them the deputy
speaker of the Barbados House of Assembly,
to witness this historic ceremony.

To-day Trinidad aligns itself with those
colonies which have a majority of elected
members in the representative Assembly.
In addition, Trinidad will have a’ Quasi
“Cabinet.” The Trinidad Constitution
however, still retains a number of nomin-
ated members and this is the cayse of
opposition by the more left-wing element
in Trinidad polities.

The elections which were held on Sep-
tember 18th were preceded by a campaigii
as violent and virulent as any scene within
the area. One hundred and forty two
candidates sought election for 18 seats and
in the melee which arose there have been
charges and counter charges cf bribery,
corruption and intimidation. In the result,
the party led by Mr. Butler gained six
seats, forming the greatest single party in
the Council,

Mr. Butler cannot be regarded as a states-
man who has the necessary qualities of
leadership which are so sorely needed in
these West Indian islands in the presen
day. His appeal has been largely to
prejudice and to the dissatisfaction en-
gendered by the poverty which is general
throughout the West Indies. The nom-
inations, however, which have been made
by his Excellency, The Governor, will do
much to maintain a sense of balance anc
moderation in the new Council. Mr. Butler
has already threatened the Governor with

new

The Shy Shah Says No” Land0{NoNewspapers
To The Cover Girls

BARBADOS ADVOCATE

«

By KENNETH MACAULAY

TEHERAN,

WHISPERS came months age
fram =the high-walled marble
palace of the Shah of Persia tha.
he “was tired of looking for a
wile in the restricted circles ol
ciigible Moslem princesses. He
wes ready, it was said to marry
a commoner.

Since then the girls of Teheran
have «been. throwing themselves
at the head o° this 30-year-old
king of k ngs.

Week by week the capival’s
magazines have been printin=
large piciures on the back cover
everything in Persian or Arabic
is rédd back to front—of Mis;
This cr Glamour Girl That, in
an atvempt to help the Shah
make up his mind.

The favourite perfumes of the
candidates for the royal -palace
were listed among a catalogue of
their virtues and wit

Yn vain. The Shah’s announce-
ment to-day that he is to marry
a commoner makes it c'ear that
his bride will be no ‘Tehéran
shce-shop girl, or photographer's
model specialising in Arabian
dancing on the side,

Cossack’s Son



HIS. bride-to-be, Soraya
infandiar), is the 18-year-old
daughter of a nobleman and 2

inember of Persia’s “Three Hun-
éred: Families.” These powerful
“eibal chiets anzi landowners form
he rulng class of the kingdem,

The Shah, indeed, has no catyse
‘ao turn up his nose at a ccm-
ravner. He is himself the son
a Cossack army captain,



Ex-Queen Fawzia—and the Shah

was heard of
csught the plane to Teheran last
week-end to become engaged.

eldest
whem the Shah had sent to bring
Seraya to Persia. They travelled
with trunk-loads of Paris models.

couple
with her black hair, dark eyes
and clear complexion, the Shah
with the goed looks and classic

ecrland,

tax free, and all

The young Shah met Soraya
--her name means “star” —at a
reception at the Persian Embassy
in Paris last year. They danced
together — once. And no more
her until she

was vhe Shah’s
Prineess Cham,

Her escort,
sister

Court circles say that t is a
love match, and a _ handsome
they will make, Soraya

rrofile of his race.
Soraya whose mother was
German, was educated in Swit-

‘ere morrilage regarded in
Fersia as politically impercant
because the girl's father is pow-
erfully allicd with the Do hari
tribe, who were bacly vreated by
the old Shah. They live in the
strategically important oi| land:
of south—west Persia

the Shah ‘s rich.
father, fierce,

From A's
ausocratic Rez:
Shah, he inherived the family
fertune of £28,000,000, «s welt
ae an income of £80,000 a yeur
royal expenses
puid, of course,

But with all his possessions
and palaces, the young Shah re-
mained a lonely man. His first
marriage to Princess Fawzia,
sister of King Farouk of Egypt
was not a success, and was ¢ 6-

‘oived two years ago. They Why princess? Her father is Hargeiza, the capital, others neve. chee.
hed one daughter, ehief — and her name, Soraya Tools in the Mousterian series, said to be
means star. When the Shah firs . 4 ; i-
His Sister... met Soraya she was 17. In Tehe.| he most widely represented of the Palaeoli

THE Shah is a quiet, even shy
mau, and the fleriness of his
father seems to have descended
to his twins, Princess Ashraf.

It is she who has constantly
veminded the Shah of the neces-
sity of securing the throne with
en heir, for toe succession can-

ment before 18,

crus! of

One thing





‘PRINCESS STAR’ ..
of one of Persia’s
Families,’ has been chosen as sec-
ond wife of the Shah of Persia

ran it is pointed out that the Shah | thic cultures, are typical of this culture, in
would not consent to her engage-



her filance’s Court and the uppe
Persian
palace reception.
is almost certair
the Shah’s choice | will have «

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LONDON, Oct. 12
| SOMALILAND PROTECTORATE — the
ierritory of 68,000 square miles with neither
| railways, newspapers nor commercial banks
| —has provided the archaeologist with re-
search discoveries from the earliest palaeoli-
thic cultures to medieval cities. So far only
amateurs have taken part in these discoveries.
Now “what is required is systematic investi-
gation and excavation by an expert.”

These observations are made in Report on
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to-day for the Colonial Office.

The report also reveals that the fort of
Taleh in the Dolbahanta country, where the
‘Mad Mullah’ (Mohamed bin Abdulla Hassan)
made his last stand against British forces in
1920, is to be preserved as an historic
monument.

Somaliland, the report says, is compara-
tively rich in relics of the Stone Age.
Palaeolithic implements discovered from
time to time have been sent to the
Archaeology Museum at Cambridge and to
the University of Witwatersrand in the Union
of South Africa.

Paleolithic implements have included large
hand axes of rough workmanship, genetally
ascribed to the Chellean culture. A few fine
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which the main flake surface is unworked.
[Implements of the upper Mousteriar culture
merge into the next series which appears
identical with the Kenya Stillbay and occa
sional points have been found in which the

society av

not come down through the fe-
male line in Persia,

So to-day Soraya — looking -a
little like Ingrid Bergman—meets

pass vhe serutiny of sister Ashrat
the twin princess, otherwise a
will hear about it,

working is very fine.
Finds in the Aurignacian and subsequent

cultures have been uncommon, though typi
cal backed blades, crescents and burins have
occurred. A few specimens, said to belong
to the Microlithic cultures of the Mesolithic
period, have also been found. So far no
specimens of the Neolithic period have been
recorded.

The conventionalised cave paintings,
largely representing wild animals and crude
forms, discovered in the Gaan Libah area in

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the dire results of what will happen if his weasailine. cgapepaeeasss xs

rights are not recognised and if he is not
accorded the power and position which he
considers that leadership of his party
entitles him to, ' :

Progressive West Indians look forward
to the day when a Federal Government
will embody the aspirations of the people
for West Indian unity. It is therefore
inevitable that all the people of the area
should take to-day an especial interest in
the men and women who seek the fayour
of the electoraté and who succeed in being
elected to the Legislative Assembly in
these islands. While they welcome exten-
sions of the franchise and more liberal
constitutions they cannot but feel certain
doubts when the conduct ‘of so many

would-be legislators leaves So much to be
desired.

It may be that the difficulties which







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The screen is in a war-time bunker, or air-raid
shelter, and members of the public are invited in
to see the programmes,

This is the first step towards providing Germany
with its first post-war TV service and it typifies the
interest that is being taken in television throughout
Europe.

In visits | have paid to Germany and Holland
s week; in talks I have had with officials from
the radio stations of other countries, one thing is
clear: Europe is infected with TV fever and the
great success of British television watched and ap-
plauded in Berlin by experts from many countries
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concludes, have been discovered. Most ol
them are in the west of the Protectorate arid
They

now attend the polities in all the islands
and territories of the area are incidental
and inescapable to the development of
political consciousness and political under-
standing among tne broad masses of the
people. It is to be hoped that they are no
more than the birth pangs of West Indian
democracy.

At to-day’s opening of the Council the
representatives of other islands will be
there to represent and convey the good
wishes and great hopes of the entire area to



aie iN sas ’ Bo 4 Norwegian State Radio, While he equipment. This firm has already eG
the Legislature and people of Trinidad. ial oe rags A mea 2). Waeene aan ine, lentned about =e launched its own TV on a “closea| records obtained from Ethiopian and Portu-
F +. Ree ns a exciting developments in ¢ circuit” in Holland; but the +43
came et oe a, thousand could only shrug his shoulders. Government have not yet allowed guese writings and that they formed part of ° 2
: o Mice was there, thats Was. Hb Ay 9 he said, ‘we have television sets to be made or|the province of Adal. This was one of the Your Inspection Invited
8 : 7 ountains. ought,
TO-MORROW

of TV because of the direct answer is whether, with only isted in this neighbourhood
i break off because the equipment Gourse it tak surround both i 2 existed in Ss g ‘: >
TO-MORROW Barbados in the person of | was taken to Russia. Boreas ea Mteles two 1,400,000 radio licences, they

its Governor, His Excellency Mr. A. W. L.
Savage will remember a British Victory
over the French off Cape Trafalgar one
hundred and forty five years ago.

In a quiet ceremony at eight o'clock His a LU z sot HOLLAND: Sets Banned Hilversum ruefully, “so how can LONDON.

t , country whose workmen = ge ’ ; ftv) Wes @ ° : , I rf
Excellency will-lay a wreath on Nelson’s around £4.a week. Holland’s problem is strictly we expect to make good tele- A 19-year-old Indian girl who can handle long
monument *YSoon the Hamburg transmitter financial. It springs frorn the un- vision:

Barbados has always honoured Nelson
almost as a West Indian and certainly as a
great Englishman. His marriage to the
daughter of the President of the Council
of Nevis, his stations.in St. Kitts, Antigua
and Jamaica are only additional reasons

mination to have television,

summer or autumn, This will not
service, For the Germans have
Deutschmarks carefully.

The Germans estimate that
a minute of television will cost
them around £42 compared
with £1 per minute for sound
broadcasting. The’ B.B.C’s TV
service ~sorks out at something
like £20 a ninute,
Germany has more cause to be
impatient for TV than any other
country on the Continent, for

opportunity to take up where the

war caused the Germans to

So now they are beginning
from scratch, hoping to find the
money and the subscribers. The
racio industry has undertaken to
make the receivers at between
£50 and £60, which is high for a

nt

will have a companion in Berlin:
in the first stages the service will
be two hours a day.
DENMARK: Money Trouble
While the Germans experiment,
the Danes are preparing to launch
a vublic service. a

Paul Berg, head of

GERMANY: Impatient
The service now being operated by the North-
West German Radio from Hamburg is experimental;
it is hopea that a public service will begin next

be an elaborate
to count their

the days in the week.

In addition to their ordinary
radio licence of £1, viewers will
have to pay £2. 10s.a yee . And
for some time the service will be
restricted to Copenhagen.
NORWAY: ‘In Three Years’

Most crestfallen man I saw
was Mr, Kristian Lange, of the

from the

pay

Mountains, the greatest enemy

chief cities. But the idea of a TV
Norwegian TV service has not
been entirely ruled out. “Perhaps
we will start in three years,” says
Mr. Lange optimistically. in

usual arangement of the broad-
casting service there.

The political parties and the
churches each have their own
racio service, but unite in pre-
senting programmes which can
have no. political or religious
background.

One thing is

not be
five years,



mast—bought, to many people's
indignation, from the Germans-—
is being set up at Lopik, 20 miles
ultra-modern
station at Hilversum,
The broadcasting societies will
for the programmes during
the experimenta]
commercial firm is providing the

Main question for the Dutch to

have enough people to support

Subsidiary question is whether
they have the artists to appegy.
“We cannot even make good fil?
Holland,” said a radio chief at

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vision is as far back in the minds
of the Continental countries as in
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introduced for

So just as British TV 4s scoop-

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of the Mohammedan era. Investigations of
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as fragments of pottery, glass, bangles, beads
and cowrie shells and a few coins. Surface
finds have included fragments of blue and
white porcelain, assigned to the Chinese Sung
and Ming dynasties

It has been established that these ‘towns’
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Shakuntala, a mathematical prodigy since the age

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Mr. ; Licence fees of a little over €1 jr the j . in | of five, has affidavits from the University of Mysore 7
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Barbados will remember with sadnes: State Radio, visiting Office and shated: ‘according 10 States. will iid aeaig ethene ' , a

the news that the British Government had | see British television at work, told RCNA MELO te COMING: eke yah pe es rew thete even seventh roots mentally in a matter of seconds. :

ceased to provide for Nelson’s descendants me ot Denmatt Sian been next *nd the “union” which presents their. TV demonstrations — tne |, ne girl told International News Service she and 7

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s edifice was raised in Trafalgar : : ie minimum. ® two-year experimenta iod our colour at the next fair.” o 7 , oo a c : ‘ . : ;
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But the fact that Mr. Lewis, co bia ds : ove ; about twelve feet away from the Top Notch Rum
It is only when, in my view, one of the Legislators who had : E. S. stating the gross profits in what we might call shanties or read, and on the same level. It Radio P

injustice is contemplated, or when

the Bill under consideration dia

have to steal and play smart on

is only 7%. L. E. S. makes me to

throughout the parish of St.

in better terms houses badly in

standpipe in its present position

has a very deep gutter between




Joe's River.




To the Editor, The Advocate,

Gold Braid Rum



some far-reaching decision is being g ar to realize its full , need of renovation? I feel that the two. During the rainy sea feevttnns 3? “Radio Dis- Bees Pe
taken without, as it seems to me, Srodiostions joka, I think, in- by stating such a low transport something could be done to help. sons the water from the hills nto has become so. popular y Vielle Cure | FRUIT and
sufficient consideration or reali- dicate that there’ was need for °St. The only way that L. E. S. Not long ago, such measures were pacs along vhis gutter to empty OE ie ene (meting, an. hour } 7
zation of the consequences, that further consideration. could get his. tvetght ‘costing, 80 taken in the parish of St. Thomas itself imto the b'g river which is pen it, I thei tt would bea great |) Guinness Stout VEGETABLES
t have tried to stress tin need little is if he takes home 8 or 10 to aid these unfortunate and I jo:+ ton to twelve feet away. elP, to, the community if they |}
for further deliberation. This, I Perhaps as time goes on Mr. eee, dollars aid oo per maf unhappy residents. Re sidents of the “aletric’ are un- poo et ae ee Weer ts a
think, is good citizenship. But Lewis may be increasingly glaa perioc am a small shopkeeper he poor people. prefer. to ahie to wot ee ia 7 stribution, we now bring you il
the proceedings in -the Vegities that he did not support this Bill, and have to pay at the rate of 20 resort to their homes rather than “ a ply ja a he © a your weekly Health Hour” — A CHEESE and BISCUITS
ture are out of my province and Anyhow, owing to my misun- cents per hundred pounds of goods the Almshouse, because they are eir supply of water during vhis talk on sanitation and public
I cannot undertake to study the derstanding, Mr. Lewis has a from town to my place of busi- of the opinion that they will be pe Teh health by so and so.
debates or accept blame for not legitimate grievance, and that I ness Now Sir, if the Government a pest to the Almshouse. It is said \fter the heavy rains of Weci Such talks would be exceeding-
having done so. Had Mr. Lewis regret. of this country will take a little that despite the fact that they are uiuy October 11, many people ly helpful to the Lesser or non
in |} pre mus letter set out hi Cc. E. SHEPHERD time off to check up on L. E. S. well sheltered there. they still were seen waiting for more than educated+ person, who through
action 3 well as h weumer Colleton H ¢ and check 1 ow 20 cent iffer some inconveniences hour to let the water sub ignorance hurt themselves
there would have been no m St. Pete wilt see Hoping that the eye of the i little before going througa â„¢@Py ways
understanding Oct: 16, 1950 1 exist 1S members of St. James Vest-y There is also a great possi- RADIO FAN.

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FRIDAY OCTOBER 20, 1950



Man Found ,
In Well Dies | ;

LOVIS HOLDER of Howell's
Cross Road, whe was veported
missing on September 14 and was
found in a well at the Belle Plan-
tation on September 21, died at
the General Hospital cn Wednes-

HERE WERE 14 traffic offences
- recorded in the.Police Reports
yesterday. Two motorists were
reported for exceeding the speed
limit and one for not stopping at
a major road. Two cyclists were
reported for dangerous riding.
The other offences were
ebstructing traffic, riding a bicycle
without a lighted lamp to the
front, manning a cart without a
lighted lemp to the front, aliowing
a motor vehicle to be driven with-
out paying the appropriate tax,
not complying with lawful direc-
tion, using an unregistered motor
vehicle and failing to have a rear
light.
RIDGETOWN enjoyed bright
sunshine early yesterday | a
After midday rain fell and the}
day became gloomy. These show-
ers stopped at akout 2.30. The|
temperature during the evening
was 84 degrees Fahrenheit in the | “
shade. 1}
HE RIGHT rear fender of} {
motor car S-46 was damaged| |) = .2« **
in an accident at Prince William |
Henry Street, near Victoria Street, |
at about 1.50 a.m. on Wednesday, |
Also invelved in the accident |
was a hand cart owned by N. B |
Howell of Bay Street and manned |
by Reginald Farrell of Codringtcn
Hill, St.. Miehsel. i
The car is owned by R. Massiah
of Sion Hill, St. James and wa
being driven by Franklyn Fergu;
son of Mile and Quarter, St. Pete:
THIRD BOYS’ CLUB will t¢
opened te-day. This wili
at District “C” Station, St. enili
The other Boys’ Clubs are at Bay
Street and Speightstcwn
N ACCIDENT occurred
. White Park Road at about
11.05 a.m. on Wednesday tetweer?

day.
A posi mortem examination wa }
performea und an inquest fixed) |
fop, to-day . *
}
|

$



St. Mary’s Boys
Play At Princess
Alice Playfield |

“IT am contented with the pro-|
gress made by all the boys in the
different classes,’ Mr. H. E.!
Thorne, newly appointed Head-
master of the St. Mary’s Boys’|
Schcol, said when an Advocate
wepresentative visited the school
yesterday.

The school is very airy and the}
children are not confined through






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PELICAN ISLAND, where turkeys, pigeons, fowls and one woman live.

Pelican Is “One
Woman” Island

PELICAN iSLAND, the larger of Barbados’ two d.pend
encies to-day is thickly covered with almond and casuariné
trees. Anyone landing on the island can quickly coilect ;
basket full of ripe almonds from the ground.

A boat manned by Charles

Duke, who has been working on
|the island for the past four years,



Under The



the motor lorry M-1595, owned io of ae The oe at-| Cae rae © of 4
by the West Inaian Rum Refinery | tendance a ne present time is ; we o the west of the
aaa driven by Austin Boyce of| about 250 boys. Now in their! Evergreen ; island is very deep. ‘There is a
Orange Hill, St. James, and sixth week of the term, the boys soxely poss 09 ibe. norte. ROS
mule drawn cart owned by | ‘were usi y at wor! earning IN eae cae ; - ‘ 1
Daphney Dorson cf Park Road, maths, drawing, reading and car- TRAFALGAR SQUARE eo — eee eens
Bush Hall, and manned by ~ pentry, All seemed keen on what THE little evergreen tree in | picnic a this east . sna
cival Dorson of the mean address. poate, Se ine LN mes ee) Trafalgar Square is one of the Sea-eggs “in p enty can be
The .cart was dumagec entively wha eir teachers; busiest spots alon he wharf. s i rg
sie REACH at the Reef is in| had to say. | p gu found in the shallow water and

a very dirty condition. When; In the spacious yard Class 3 was|





| assemble there.

Day after day, men and women | occasionally divers can be seen

One will find the} around the east coast. There is

the Advocate visited this beach| doing geography and reading and) barber with his occasional client,}a cross current between th
yesterday a dead goat was lying the boys were split into sections! the taxi chauffeur awaiting a Bail Haland and the Princess Alice
on the teezh. This was being] according to their ability. In the) the idler or the mauby seller, | Play-field and many boats have
washed further and further in kitchen four boys were doing a; But most of the activity on that |alieady turned over in this area

when the waves came up. good job washing up the plastic!

It is in this very area that fish) cups after the 20-minute break)
vendors sell their catches and only | was taken around 10 a.m
a few yards away frem the goat Two were washing the cups!
people were selling bread and! while the other two looked after|
drinks. the tidiness of the room and tables

Other articles, including dis-| upon which a few buckets wart
carded pots, pans and hkedroom) placed. All the boys look forward!
utensils were scattered all over|to the “milk” break when it
the beach. comes . |

WO OF THE SPARS of the} A pretty little garden is being
Schconer Frederick P. Elkin,! cultivated at the back of the
which was abandoned off Bran-| school and every boy is given a
dons coast earlier this year, can| chance to do a bit in making tho
be seen floating at ancher in the | flowers grow.
sea off the Fontabelle coast. They| There is a small gymnasium in
are both covered with moss the yard and boys who are de-|
TWO-DAY CRICKET match’ sirous of building up their chests|
played between an Empire| and arms are helped to do so by}
XI and Goodwill C.C., ended in| lifting light weights under the;
victory for Empire. The game supervision of a teacher
was played at Retreat, St. Joseph| On Wednesday the recreational
and ended on Sunday. hour, which is from 2 to 3 in the
On the first day the game was afterneen, is taken on the Prin-
played at Bank Hall, Empire|cess Alice ground where all the
batted first and scored 231 for|poys take part in football, cricket!
eight wickets declared. The best land other exercises, |
scores were M. Jones 61, O. M
Robinson 45 and O. Fields 44.
For Goodwill Holder took four for | and
60 in 18 hours, Norman Walker | Both
two for 44 and L, St. Hill one for |
yO the close of play on the first
day Goodwill were 20 for two
with St. Hill 19 not out. Continu-
ing at Retreat on Sunday Good-
will were all out for 116, Holder
topscored with 42 and St. Hill
39. Millington took three for 14
and Frank Taylor four for 31.
Empire in their second innings
knocked up 66 for seven before
declaring. For Goodwill N.
Walker took four for 18 and
Holder two for 11, With only 28
minutes of play left Goodwill
went in and were 51 for four
when stumps were drawn.
HE ST. ANDREW’S Church
Boys’ and Girls’ Schools are
now being repaired. Work on
the Boys’ School began last week



|
{
at the Girls’ on Tuesday. |
are being boarded and,
shingled, Mr. M, Best is super-|
vising the work.

ELLEPLAINE C.C. suffered!

their first set back for the|
season when they were defeated |
by Sutherland at Sutherland on
Saturday. Belleplaine scored 88|
and 24 while Sutherland made}
111 and two without loss, R.
Boyce of Sutherland, who cap-
tured eight wickets for 15 runs,
was chiefly responsible for

the
collapse of the Belleplaine side.

POHE POLICE BAND will be

playing for the “Revuedevyille”

at the Empire Theatre at 5 o’clock |

and 8.30 o'clock this evening. |
FTHE MOBILE CINEMA will

give a performance at the!

Bay Street Boys’ Club room at 8

o'clock tonight. This is a private

show tor members of the Club.

WOOD FOR FUEL

~

Baby revels in the
delightful cream-like lather of
Cuticura Soap =‘ It combines

emollient ana medicinal

ties which keep his

* skin healthy and \?
free from blemishes, cx-
quisitely soft and velvety.

an



split

taken to homes or little shops ip
streets like Suttle Street and Ne’ -

| ticular about disclosing her naine,





spot is created by wood cutters.
Two or three men can be seen
standing wver their woodhorse
sawing up logs of wallaba wood
Nearby are a few women or me}

. : A fisherman told the Advocate
, , } 9 ~ g a ‘S, |
wie Fee eer cee yesterday that he can remember

itable f Sa eerie homie *|when “Rob Roy’ used to come
sultapie tor use by the housewite. up alongside the market in search
{of carcasses of cows or sheep that
had been thrown into the sea
after being found unfit for human
consumption. He said that “Rob
Roy” was so old that he had moss
on his back,

Turkeys, pigeons and ‘ow!s can
be seen on the island, but these
are owned by thé single resident
who is caretaker of the island.
She is Mrs, M. Whitehead.

The legendary shark “Rob Roy”.
which is much talked about by
local fishermen, is said to have
occup ed these waters.





—

What’s On Today

Court of Ordinary at 11.00
a.m,

Mobile Cinema, Bay Street
Boys’ Ciub at 7.30 p.m.

Police Bami at Revuede-
ville, Empire Theatre
8.30 p.m.

i omacuamnananenall





CASE CISMISSED

A CASE brought by the police
charging Ralph Burrowes of Fit:
Village, St. James, with exceed
ing the speed limit while driving
the motor lorry T-119 en Blacl
Rock. was dismissed ty His Wor
ship Mr. H. A. Talma yesterday

Burrowes was represented by
Mr. J. E. T. Brancker and Sgt
Forde prosecuted on behalf of the
police. Evidence was taken from
Cpls. Jones and McClean who said
that a stop watch trap was set on
Black Rock road over 110 yards
in which the lorry passed driven
by Burrowes.

Mr
the evidence of the
could not be taken as there was
some confusion about the times
the offence was committed

From the Green, the wood is

son Street where it is offered” ior
sale.

The housewife gets 5% pounds
of the wooed for 6 cents. This a
wood seller Said was reasonable.
She had to pay $3.47 for a quarter
ton of wallaba from the schooner,
pay 60 cents for cutting it up at
the Green and another 60 cents
to get it carried to her home,

Women usuaiuy buy the wood
from the schooners and then hire
men to do the chopping. When-
ever a schooner arrived from
British Guiana, over a dozen of
(them buzz around it trying to
make bargains.

One woman, who was not par-





told the “Advocate” that she wa:
doing that trade for years. “I
made well with it years ago, but

Drove Without Licence;
£12 Or 3 Months

now-a-days trade is very slow”

she said. She explained that. that A FINE of £12 t» be paid by
was due to the wide use of oi!]| instalments or in default three
stoves today. months’ imprisonment was im- |

posed on Gecrge Smal of Chap-

man Lane yesterday by § Hi:
Worship Mr. E. A. McLeod
Small was found gulity iv
ing the motor i i
McEnearney’s road wi r

a proper licence
The offence was ccm
September 1

£5 FOR SPEEDING

tted



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COCCSSES PPPS?

Brancker pointed out that |
prosecution |

ANOTHER FINE of £5 to t
paid by instalments or two |
months’ ywas imposed on Cecil
Greene of Queen Street by Mr
H. A. Talma for speeding whik
driving the motor car £-260 on
Black Rock road on April 18

Tho police saia in the: oer
that the car was driven 56 miles an heur and t! pee
limit on that road frr s
vehicle 30 miles an h

SEBEL AON

? “ Ft)
ELEC LALLA PELLET



BARBADOS ADVOCATE

PAGE FIVE



‘Obituary

bituary:

« W. R. Redman

THE death occurred at

residence “Bowden”, Hastiog

. | yesterday of Mr. W. Rupert Red-
} man, retired merchant of this city
| He was 87.

; Mr. Redman after leaving school
; joined the firm of Messrs, W. L
Johnson & Co. At an early time
| he showed marked business ability
jand this brought him quick
} promotion. It was the latter part
lof the nineteenth century still and
; there could be no trifling witn
standards. Success in business de-
pended not merely on business
| abilixy but on the maintenance of
ja high standard of ethics. It was
}this happy combination which
|made Rupert Redman respected
| among his colleagues



| After some years he acquired
| proprietary interests and the firm
{became Johnson & Redman until
aa this day a household name in
é 1 Barbados
; In private life Mr, Redman was
2s. | of a cheery personality, a loving
mee ~ | husband, a kind father and a firm
| friend. He lived to see many
*, changes in business in Bridgetown
and the advent of a new generation
of businessmen. Among these he
was highly respected, and even
when advancing yeats compelle:
his retirement his advice was
sought by those who had come
into contact with him in earlier
years. He leaves to mourn their
loss one Son Mr. Bert Redman still
of the firm of Johnson & Redman
jand one daughter Mrs, A. C. Bailey.
To them and other sorrowins

Beware O | relatives deepest sympathy will be
Ue extended,
The funeral took place yesterday



afternoon at St. Matthias Church
| in the presence of a large and
| representative gathering

| SICK SEAMAN PUT
ASHORE

JUAN BALLESTERO BELLO,
34-year-old Spaniard, was
landed here on Wednesday night

SAYS THOMAS

Mr. CHARLES THOMAS,|
British Council guest lecturer on
drama told an audience at Wake-
fleld this week that the great need



for amateurs is always to bear in! shortly after 9 o'clock by the
mind that they are the servants | Nerweigan oil tanker “Ranella”
of the audience and that it is only lana rushed to the General Hos-
by genuinely pleasing those who! ital suffering from a fractured
have paid to see them that they | tight shoulder and many ows
can derive real enjoyment from | aud bruises about the face. Ho
their work was detained,
F Bello was reperted to have
Mr. Thomas pointed out that | fallen about six fect from a lite
the common mistake of con-|poat on the “Ranella”, of wh'ch
centrating on light comedy fot’ he is an A.B. The accident oc-
amateurs was due to two miscon- | curred av about 4.30 p.m, on
| ceptions—firstly that comedy is the] Wednesday when the ‘“Ranella”
| @asiest to play of all dramatic! was about 40 miles off Barba-
‘forms, whereas in fact it is | dos.

| technically the most diffielt, and

The “Ranella” made an emer-
secondly that all the audience

gency call, It was on its way to

wants is to laugh itself hearse. Norway from Caripito with a
load of oil in bulk

Laughter is tne only form of It left port the same night

emotional expression, on the part] for Oslo. Its local agents are

of the audience, which makes a! Messrs ‘Gardiner Austin & Co.,

noise, so the inexperienced are apt} },td
to gauge their emotional effect







solely by this noise of laughter ‘ :

In fact what an audience wants 'CARIBBEE" BRINGS

is emotional experience -— the ,
more varied the better. The most LIQUOR ¥
important thing is for the play to Motor vesse}| “Caribbee” landed %
be a good one—the more inex-j; 30 cases of gin, 30 cases of brandy, s
perienced the players, the greater | 40 cases of wine here yesterday. %
their need for a good play in The “Caribbee” arrived during
which the author will have done] the morning from Dominica, Its
half their work for them. cargo also included supplies of !%

fresh fruit, copra, candid peel and
Mr, Thomas answered fully the | eschealot
questions put to him by members The “Daerwood”
of the audience, many of whom | yesterday's arrivals,
are most active in drama in Bar-'iresh fruiv’, cocoanuts,
bados. ima charcoal from St,

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DIED
WAUTON—Yesterday at his residence
“Westfield”, Pine Hill, GEORGE
O'DONNELL, WALTON, Ki; The
funeral will leave his late rest-
dence at 8.00 a.m this morning

for S%. George Parish Church

£. €. WALTON



20.10. S-1n

FOR SALE
AUTOMOTIVE

i!
CAR -— Ford Prefect 10 M.P. done
17,500 miles. Apply Harold Weather-
head. Co., Bruce Weatherhead Ltd.
# 20.10.50—t.f.n.

CAR—i1) Hillman 6,800 miles good
@ new. Dial 95-267 E. H. Farmer.
Andrews Plantation St. Joseph,

19.10 .50—4n.

le a nena nent gle
BEDFORD—1'% ton heavy duty Pick-
up. New and already conditioned tor
delivery. Dial 4616, Courtesy Garage.
18.10,50—3n.

BEDFORD 12/15 cwts. delivery Van.
New and already conditioned for
delivery. Dial 4616, Courtesy Garage.

18.10.50—3n.











CAR—Dodge 1937 Model, 4 good tyres.
New Battery. Apply: Frank Watkins,
c/o Gardiner, Austin & Co. 18.10.50—3n.
DODGE TRUCK—187 Model in excel-
lent condition. Apply to Baroados
Telephone Co Ltd. 18.10.50—5n.

FEDERAL TRUCK--Offers will be
received in writing by Courtesy Garage
up to 49 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—2n .

MOTOR HEARSE — ln good condition
& in good working order, no reason-
able offer refused. Dial 3369. D. A.
Brown, Black Rock.







19.10.50—T.F.N.

niesenyaibisenebaitabenionns dil einai tlientvennercletsinit.
MOTORCYCLES—Velocette Model Le
1% h.p. On view at Showrooms
Courtesy Garage. An opportunity Zor
Jadies. Dial 4391. 18.10.50—3n.





ELECTRICAL

(oeseeetnenneepipnranmneertnyanisoelinipeeeatceiheontenies
ELECTRICAL BQUIPMENT—
Eveready and Tropex batteries l4c. ea.
Premiere Electric Irons & Toasters; Min-
ute turners and ceiling fixtures. Em-

tage Electrical Co. Dial 3918
20,.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—Sn.,



ric ait ea ayn nceienesie

RADIO — (1) 9 tube Phillips in good
condition no reasonable offer refused.
Apply to Mr. Gandirt Sandford Plan-
tation, or Ralph A. Maul, Farm Road,
St. Philip.









19.10.50—-2n.
FURNITURE

CHAIRS—Sturdy, attractive, Wouden
Chairs in Walnut, Mahogany and
“Natural Finish at $5.78 each. G. W.
Hutchins» & 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;
Ccrd Index Cabinets; Steel Office Chairs,
end other office equipment now obtain-
able from stock from T. Geddes Grant
itd., Bolton Lane. Phone 4442,
15.10.50—fn.

LIVESTOCK

COW -— One (1) Heifer three years
old in good condition, nine months in
calf with first calf.



20. 10.50—3n.

MECHANICAL

————
BICYCLES—Hercules, at special tow

prices. Courtesy Garage. Dial 4391,
~ 18.10.50—8n.

JACKS—Garage Hydraulic Trolley,
from 2 to 7% tons Capacity. Dial 4391.
18.10.50—3n.

MISCELLANEOUS

ABBOTT'S PREPARATIONS. _Haliver
Malt 6/-; Cofron 12/-, Geo. C. Ward
& Co., St. Lawrence. 5



sosealestioninemestectseattptis hes issuance
BUCKLEY'S PREPARATIONS. ‘Cough
Mixture 87c.; White Rub 55e.; Nezine §5c.

Kams l5e. Geo. C. Ward & Co.
15,10.50.—7n.



BABY'S CRADLE — In good condition
with MATTRESS and CASTORS. $24.00!
Dial 2294, 15.10,50—3n












CEREALS — Corn Flakes, all Bri
Shredded Wheat, Vigro Flakes Oatflakes
in tins, Packages & Loose, W. M. Ford.
Dial M89. 35 Roebuck Street. .

20.10.50—Sns

errhp
DOOR MATS—Fibre Door Mats in
several designs and sizes, Prices from
$2.27 up. G. W. Hutchinson & Go.
Ltd. Dial 4222. 17.10.50—Sn

GATOR ROACH HIVES—Thne Magic
Bait. Easy to use, long lasting and sani-







tary. Only a limited quantity — Get
yours now. Knights Ltd.-All Branches.
19.10,50.—3n.





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

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

18,.10.50—t.f.n.

(eoestaisiitlipshaehahtial allie bila hail gcacabiaiiods
'IANO-—One Grand Piano by Rogers,

Froperty of ‘the Barbados Choral
Society.

Offers in writing will be received
by Mr. Gerald Hudson, Pendle, Pine

Hill, Phone No. 3862
20,10 ,50-—-2n .
—<—_$————$—$—————————————
SQUIBB'S. PREPARATIONS Cod Liver
Oil 9/- Sulmefrin Calcium Gluconate.
Glycerine Suppositories 3/6 —Geo. C.
Ward & Co. 15,10.50,-—7n.
SS
SALE — Among other items we sell
Khaki at 50c. per yd. ROYAL STORE.
14.10,50-—Zn.

TORCH LIGHTS—Two Cell Torch
Lights complete with batteries. Black
and Chrome cases. Only $1.17 each.







G. W. Hutchinson & Co. Lid, Dial
4222. 17,10,50—3n

TINNED FRUIT —~- Pears, Peaches,
Prunes; Apricots; Fruit Salad & sliced

Pineapvle. W M Ford Dial 3489
35 Roebuck Street
20.10.50-—-2n

FOR RENT





BUNGALOW — Fully furnished 3-
bedroom Bungalow newly built in
cool locality 2% miles from town.
Available for a period of 12 months from
Ist. December. Inspeciion by appoint-
ment. Phone 4476,

15.10 .50—fn.

FREELANDS Maxwell unfurnished
available November 1st Apply Mys
C. A. Moore, on premises

19.10, 50—3n

FLAT -- To an approved tenant --
A comfortable well furnished Fiat
Pleasant surroundings. Situated, Hotel
area. For further details write “F" C/o
P.O. Box 250 18.10. 50—3n



















FLOWER .DEW—Maxwell Coast 3)
Bedrooms, Telephone, Fridge, Radio,
Garage and all modern conveniences

L. Gonsalves. Maxwell Road











18.10.50—-7n
HEATHFIELD—On Crane Coast Fuliy
furnished. From December Phone 8385
Mrs. A. D. Herbert |
20.10.50--6n |}
ae oe |
MALTA-Cattiewash, for the months]
of No vr, December and Januar
Apply: Mr I. Weatherhead. Dial 3835

18.10, 50-——4 |

Be Wise...

.«. Advertise |

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 dwetl-
ing house called ‘SEAFORD" jon sea)
standing on lands of GRAEME HALL
at WORTHING, CHRIST CHURCH
house contains open verandah, drawing,
dining, 4 bedrooms, W.C. Bath, Electric

light, enclosed yard. For inspection

and terms of sale apply: Dial 27.
R. ARCHER McKENZIE,
Auctioneer.

17.10. 50—6n



UNDER THE IVORY HAMMER

By instructions received from the In-
surance Company, I will sell at Fort
Royal Garage, St. Michael's Row, on
Friday, October 20th (1) 1948 Vauxhall
14 H.P. damaged in accicent; (1) 1950
Ford Prefect . Damaged by fire. Sale
at 2 p.m, Terms CASH.

VINCENT GRIFFITH,
Auctioneer.
15.10.50.—4n.

REAL ESTATE

“GOSHEN''sOne 3 roofed chattel
house with gallery, open verandah and
kitchen attached, containing drawing
and dining rooms, two bedrooms, and
breakfast room, situate at Tudor Brice,
St. Michael. Apply to W. I. Grifich,
C/o Haynes & Griffith, Solicitors, i2
High Street. 18.10.59—S9

“KIMBOLTON” — Corner of -nd
Avenue Belleville & Pine Road. For
further particulars, Phone 3177

20.10.50—3n.











The projerty known as “The Market
Place”, standing on 5,225 square feet of
land at Orange Street, Speightstown, St.
Peter. The above property will be set
up for sale by Public Competition at our
Office, James Street, on Friday 27th
October, 1950, at 2 p,m.

For inspection, apply to Mr. C. H. P.
Jordan, Speightstown

YEARWOOD & POYCE,
Solicitors.
19.10.50.—8n,

PUBLIC NOTICES
DANCE NOTICE

TICKET holders are reminded of tne |
Belleville Tennis Club Dance to be
hele at Abbeville) Guest use, |
Werthing. On Saturday October 21st
Dancing from 9 p.m rota â„¢m
ADMISSION — $1.
20.10. 50—2n







NOTICE

THE WOMEN’S SELF HELP will be
opening on Friday 77th October. Mem-
bers are asked to bring in their work
from Monday 23rd. Flowers will not’
be accepted before the morning of the
27th, Consignors will be paid as usual

op Friday 27th. Subscriptions $1.00.
17.10.50—6n.





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-
iormation on the type of material re-
quired for this work can be obtained
from_the Church Warden, D. D. Gar-
ner Esq., Marchfield, St. Philip.

W. U. GOODING,

Parochial Treasurer,
St. Philip.
17,10.50—Gn.



NOTICE

“SEALED Tenders for the erection
ef a Communal Bath and Toilet in
Ch: Village, St. Philip; will be Te-
ceived by the undersigned up to the
28th October 1950. Plans and Spocifi-
cations of same, can be seen from the



Ch. Warden D. D. Garner Esq.,
Marehfield, St. Philip.
w.U. GOODING,
Parochial Treasurer,
St. Philip.
17.10, 50—6n.
NOTICE

PARISH OF ST. PETER

Applications for one or more Vacant
Vestry Exhibitions for the Alexandra
School will be received by the under-
signed up to Wednesday November Ist
1950. Application forms and ali par-
liculars can be obtained from the un-
the office during. ‘Tues-
from 10.00 am. to 3.00 p.m.,
lays from 10.00 a.m. to 1.00 p.m
4 from 10.00 a.m. to 12 noon



oA

Signed G. S. CORBIN,
Vestry Clerk,
20.10.50—4n,

NOTICE
PARISH OF ST. PETER

1 Applications are invited for the
office of Parochial Medical officer
for the Parish of St. Peter. Ap-
plicants must be registered Medi-
cal practitioners.

Salary is .00 per month plus
$20.00 for the V.D. Clinic,

2 The appointment will take place
from 25th Mareh 1951.

3. Applications stating age and qugh-
fications etc, must be forwarded
to the undersigned by January
25th 1951.

4. For further particulars apply ‘to
the undersigned at the office du-



ving?—
TuesGays from 10,00 am. to 3.00
pom
Thursdays from 10.00 a.m. to 1.00
p.in,

Saturdeys from 10,00 a.m. to 12 noén
Signed G. S. CORBIN _

Vestry Clerk,

St. Peter
20.10.50—12n

EDUCATIONAL
VACANT SCHOLARSHIPS

GIRLS’ FOUNDATION SCHOOL

There are one or more vacant Founda-
tion Scholarships at the Christ Church
Girls’ Foundation School. Applicants must
be children of Parents residing in the
Parish of Christ Church and who are in
straitened circumstances.

The applicants must be between the
ages of 10 years 6 months and 12 years
on the day of the examination, which
will be held by the Headmistress at the
School on Friday 27th October at 9,30
a.m.

Forms of application can be obtained
from the Secretary, W. H. Antrobus, Hil-
ton House, Bay Street. These forms must
be returned accompanied by a baptismal
certificate to the Secretary not later than
4 p.m. on Friday 20th October.

W. H. ANTROBUS,
Sec. Gov. Body,
Girls’ Foundation School.
8.10.50—8n.



ENTRANCE EXAMINATION

GIRLS’ FOUNDATION UCHOOL

An Entrance Examination for the
School Year January—July 1951 will be
held at the school on Friday 27th October
1950 at 9.30 a.m. Appiications will be
received up to Friday 20th October by
the Headmistress and must be accompan-
ied by a baptismal certificate and a testi-
monial from the Headmistress of the last
school attended by the pupil.

Applicants must be between the ages
of 8 years and 12 years on the date of
the examination,



Parents or Guardians accompanying
their daughters or wards are hereby noti-
fied that there js no accommodation for
them at the school on the date of the
examination and that the examination of
applicants will not start until they leave
the premises.

W. H_ANTROBUS,
Sec. Gov. Body,
Girls’ Foundation School.
8.10.50—8n

T0-DAY'S NEWS FLASH

WALKING STICKS
3/6 & 4/6
of English Ash and Cherry

CHURCHWARDEN PIPES
TWIST DRILLS—AIl Sizes

at
JOHNSON’S STATIONERY
and HARDWARE









WANTED



HELP
_A JUNIOR BOY for office work
Please apply by letter and person
ty Ceve Shepherd & Co., Lid
20.10. 50—3n





An Experienced MAID-RUTLER, with |

ee Avply to Mrs. Tom Wulkin-
san ckerbie House, Brittons Cros:
Road, St. Michael 19.10'S0. —Sn. |





A GIRL for Grocery Department.—Geo. |
C. Ward & Co., St. Lawrence :
15.10.50,—7n,

YOUNG SCOT, age 23, with sound
knuwledge of bookkeeping” and genera!
busiress practice seeks employment
with progressive firm of commisson
agents in colony Capital available
Replies to 2298 Wm. Proteous & Co,







oe Agents; Glasgow; Scot-
and."
20.10. 50a2n
40
MISCELLANEOUS
BOXES — All kinds of Card Board
Boxes other than corrugated
Apply Advocate Binding Dept

29.10.50—t.f.n

COMMUNICATION with
Would any of the Atweil family
Barhados please communicate with
their brother, Lionel, at 326 West, 47tn
oor New York, 19, New

relatives



THE public are hereby
against giving credit to my wife
LILIAN STAURT {n'ee Harris). as 1
do not hold myself responsible for her
or anyone else contracting any debt or
debts in my name unless by a written
erder signed by me

Sed. THORONTON STUART,
Brittons Hill,
St. Michael
19.10. 50—2n .

OFFICIAL SALE |
|



EPARBADOS
IN THE ASSISTANT COURT OF .
APPEAL
(Equitable Jurisdiction)
FRANK LEWIS WIUTSHIRE
—Pinintitt
OSCAR EZEKIEL WILTSHIRE

~Defendant
NOTICE is

hereby given that by
viitue of an Order of the Assistant
Court of Appeal dated the 18th day
of October 1950 there will be set up

for sale to the highest bidder at the
Cffce of the Clerk of the Assistant |
Court of Appeal at. the Court House, |
Er.idgetown, between the hours of 12!
‘nven) and 2 o'clock in the afternoor
en Friday, the 29th day of December
1950. All that certain piece oy parcel
<«f land situate at Marleyvale in ‘ne!
snid parish of Saint Philip and islana
aforesvid containing by admeasurement |
one rood nineteen perches or ther2- }
abvuts abutting and bounding on lands !
of A. Wiltshire on lands of A. Jordan |
on lands of E. Rudder on other lands
of the said A. Jordan on lands of S$
Blades oy a road on lands of A. Riley |
and on the public road or however
else the same may abut atid bound.
eod if not then sold the said property
will be set up for gale on every suc-
ceeding Friday between the same}
hours until the same is sold tor a sum \
not less than £125.0.0
Dated this 18th day of October 1950





I. V, GILKES. ~
Acting Clerk of the Assistant Court
of Appeal |
}
OFFICIAL NOTICE
BARBADOS.

IN THE ASSISTANT COURT OF
APPEAL

(Equitable Jurisdiction)
FRANK LEWIS WILTSHIRE
—Plaintit?

OSCAR EZEKIEL WILTSHIRE :

—Defendant

IN pursuance of an Order in this
Court in the above action made cn
the 18th day of October 1950, I give
notice to all persons haying any estate
right or interest in or amy lien or in-
cumbrance affecting. AM that certain
mece or parcel of land. situate at
Marleyvale in the said parish of Saint
Philip and island aforesaid containing
by admeasurement one rood nineteen
perches or
pounding on lands of A. Wiltshire on
lands cf A. Jordan on jaads of §
Rudder on other lands of tne said “A
Jordan on lands of 9. Blades on a road |
en lands of A. Riley and on the public {
road or however else the same may
abut and bound.. To bring before ‘me |
au account of their said claims with
their witnesses, documents and vouch-
ers, to be examined by me on any
Tuesday, or Friday between the hours
of 12 ‘noon and 3 o'clock in the
afternoon, at the Office of the Clerk
of the Assistant Court of Appeal at
the Court House, Bridgetown before
the 27th day of December 1950, in!
order that such cliims may bie rank- |
ed secording to the nature and priori-
ty thereof respectively; otherwise such
persons will be precluded | from the
benefit of the said Decree, and be de-,
prived of all claim on or against the
said property.

Claimants are also notified that they
must attend the said’ Court on Wéa-
nesday, the 27ih day of December
1950, at 10 o’clock a.m. when their
said claims will be ranked

Given under my hand this 18th day
of October 1950 '

GILKES,

Tio.
Ag. Clerk of the Assistant Court of
Appeal, !











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In Carlisle Bay ROYAL NETHERLANDS |,

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. = M.V. “T. B. RADAR” will
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tonic properties - an mia : * Sabine ‘saias eee j Aruba. aailing Saturday
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sleep more casily and S.S. Romella, 4206 tons net, Capt | my. qian ACAlmO Crex B.W.L, Schooner Owners’
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enjoy more enemy. Nexs tleue Sch. Cychorams O11 tone net, Capt | SAMANG TO MADEIRA. PLEMOUTH, a s..
want pain relief take Yeast~ Oni for St. Vincent, SORANSEST At - No.
. ; m.s, . Octader.
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For TRINTDAD:
inhi eaten Geatge a Nobriga:
3 S, vesbia lo: Vernon reen:; Andrew
course of SevenSeaS Pure : Christine: Patricia Edwards: Kenneth
Edwards: Conrad O’Brien; Joseph Her-
rera: Edward Hoad; Frederick Clair-

Cod Liver Oil. Its rich
natural fa’ vitamin monte: Carlton Harris; Melvin Athpr-
7 fats and vit . ley: B. BP. Arrow-Smith, 1
will do much to restore For ST. KITTS; °

i John Glover; Mabel Glover: Kenneth
energy and build up new Borker: Frank Osborne: Emile Dette
health and strength,

his health, give him a good



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GARDINER AUSTIN & CO., LTD. — Agents.
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lll —_——

aii CHE. GLE, TRANSATLANTIQUE
MAIL NOTICES

For MARTINIQUE:
Herbert Rakes

For ANTIGUA:
Kalph Loxton.

FRESH PURE

16 et 3



ea Wan CPs eveeceseoudes MAILS for St, Manca: Sty, Vincent French Line
Gren : th acer
, cia 8 t wood will be closed at the General Post | | SS. “COLOMBIE” Sailing to Trinidad and La Guaira on the
se nesnenayh save > + Office as under;- : 3 25th October 1950, accepting passengers.
Does; he’ get ; | ieee Motes base. ao tne S.S. “COLOMBIE” Sailing to Plymouth and Le Havre via
Â¥ e Him Get, 1960. Ae re sai Martinique and Guadeloupe on the 29tn
+ Domir : n ay jont-
chest _colds 5 serrat: Nevis: St. Kitts by "the M.V October, 1950,
. ~ we e Coritthee will be closed at the General
r e Post Office as under:— For further particulars, apply to:—
and{coughs? : Midi" at. 2" p.m. Ordinary” Mall "at a M NE TD
a . : aa al
56 - e Pm. on the 20th Oct 1950. R. . JO Ss & Co. L .-Agenis.
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PROVERBS having made
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RALPH STANLEY PROV-
ERBS has been lost, and
having made application to
the Directors to grant a
duplicate of the same,
NOTICE is hereby given
that unless any objection is
raised within one month of
the date hereof the dupli-
cate Policy asked for wil

issued.



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PAGE EIGHT







MEMBERS of the Ladies tear
left, at the Aquatic Club yesterday afternoon just before the match.
right: Gill Reed, Mary Knight, Frieda Carmichael, Toni Browne, Roberta Vidmer and Joyce Allen.

LADIES GET READY

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For B.T.C. Autumn
Meeting :

SIXTY HORSES have been entered for the B.T.C. Autumn
Meeting to take place at the Garrison Savannah on Saturday |

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November 4, Thursday November 9 and Saturday Novem-

ber 11.
the Autumn of last year.

This number fell short by three of the record for

The entries closed at the offices of the Turf Club yesterday

afternoon.



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CHESS GAMES

{From Our Own Correspondent)

GEORGETOWN, B.G., Oct. 19.

British Guiana staged a come-
back at the close of the second
session of the Intercolonial Chess
Congress on Wednesday to take
the lead by half a point from
Trinidad. H. O. E. Barker (B.G.)
beat C. B. Gilkes (Barbados),
F. L. Osborn (B.G.) beat J. S,
Quashie (Trinidad), F. Ogle
(B.G,) drew with F. E.. Brassing-
ton (Trinidad), Rene Pratt
(Trinidad) beat J. K..L. Gran-
num (Barbados).

British Guiana are now three
and a half points, Trinidad three
and Barbados one and a_ half.
Grannum resigned to Pratt on the
thirtieth move, Brassington offer-
ed Ogle, who accepted a draw at
the thirty-fifth move, Quashie re-
signed to Osborn at the fourteenth
move and Gilkes resigned after
four and a half hours’ play to
Barker in a game that went over
forty moves.



Television Lessens

Fight Takings

CHICAGO, Oct. 12.
The International Boxing Quub
has had some dandy Chicago
stadium scraps such as Wednes-.
day night’s Charlie Fusari—Tony
Pellone slugfist. But
way to make the public pay to

see them is another story. |

Fusari scored a 10th round
technical knockout over the in-
eredibly game Pellone and tele-
vision scored some sort of knock-
out over IBC. Only 3,924 fans
preferred watching the gladiators
in the flesh to seeing them on the
screen.

IBC had expected at least
10,000. Gross taking was $19,205
and net only $14,774.

Just two weeks ago about 8,900
attended the also televised Rocky
Graziano-Gene Burton brawl
IBC had hoped for 12,000. So it
looks like a long lean winter at
the gate for 1BC which still has
eight Chicago television ecommit-
ments in a 10 show package deal.;

—C.P.

RQMERO WILL NOT
FIGHT.

LONDON, Oct. 19,
Luis Romero of Spain, Europ-
ean Bantamweight champion who
was to have fought Ray Fitton of
Manchester at the Royal Albert
Hall here next Tuesday has had
to withdraw because of an injured
hand. } 7
His place will be taken by Luis
De Santiago, Spanish feather-
weight champion who beat Fitton
on points at Manchester last win-

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Of the 60 entrants there are
five horses from overseas namely,
*harlite, Flying Ann, Manu and
*yont Hopper from Trinidad and
B.ue Grass from Grenada.

Horses which will not he seen
at the Meeting are Storms Gift,
:» champion miler which has
developed tendon trouble and has
retired from racing, Mr. K. D
Edwards’ The Gambler and Hon

D. Chandler’s Pepper Wine.

The entries were as follow :—
FIRST DAY

No, 1—~Autumn Stakes Claes 5 C & C2
Maidens—S'a Furlongs Miss Panic, Har-
oween, Fair Sally, Ability, Kitchen
‘vont, St. Mor:tz, Arunda, Nan ‘Tudor
No, %-Brighton Stakes Class G &
W/A—5% Furlongs Bachelor's
Blue Gras, Front Hopper, Sun
Blue Diamond, Maytime, Vixen,
Ann, Duchess, Wilmar Manu,

Lower
Foily,
Jewel,
Piying
Mopsy.

No. Savannah Lodge Stakes Classes
F and F2 only—7% Furlongs Miss Friend-
ship, Epleure, Tango, Bonny Lass, Col-
leton, Apollo, April Flowers, Crossbow,
Foxglove, Pharos Il, First Flight,

No, 4-—-South Caribbean Stakes Class
A & Lower—9 Furlongs River Sprite,
Pharlite, Gun Site, Kidstead, Atomic II,
Infusion, Elizabethan, Tiberian Lady.

No. 5—November Stakes Class C &
Lower—7% Furlongs Fair Contest, Wa-
‘ereress, No-to-nite, Flieuxce, Ability,
Kidstead, Rebate, Tiberian Lady, Oat-
cake

No. 6—Trumpeter Cup—Class F and
Lower—5% urlongs Consternation,
Vanguard, Hi Lo, Dunese, Soprano,
Crossroads, Flame Flower, Usher.

No. 7—Constitution Stakes—Class D &

Ann, Water
Fort, Apollo,

Lower—5% Furlongs—Mary
Cress, Firemist, Kendal
Dulcibella, Oatcake,

No. #&—Worthing Stakes—Class B &
Lower—5% Furlonds—Sun Queen, Abil-
ity, Kitchen Front, Infusion, Musk,
Landmark.

SECOND DAY
%—Sprinters Stakes—Class

Furlongs —- Phariite,
Ability,

A &
‘Sun
Infusion,

No,
Lower—5%@
Queen, Dulcibella,
Musk, Landmark.

No. 10—Constitution Handicap-—Class
D & Lower—T% Furlongs—Mary Ann,
Water Cress, Firemist, Kendal Fort, Dul-

cibella, Oateake.

No 1i—Ngysery Handicap—Class F
and Lower Furlongs-—Consternation,
Hi-Lo, Dunese, Crossroads, Flame
Flower, Usher, Soprano, Vanduard.

No, 1%—Worthing Handicap—Class B
and Lower—7% Furlongs—River Sprite,
Sun Queen, No-to-Nite, Flieuxce, Abil-
ity, Kidstead, Infusion, Rebate, Tiberian
Lady, Landmark.

Ne, 13—Brighton Handicap—Class G &
Lower—5% Furlonas—Bachelor's Folly,
Blue Grass, Sun Jewel, Maytime, Flying
Ann, Duchess, Wilmar, Manu, Mopsy,
front Hopper, Vixen, Blue Diamond.
No. 14—Savannah Lodge Handicap
—Classes F and F2 (Onlyi—7% Fur-
ongs—Colleton, Miss Friendship, Apollo,
April Flowers, Foxglove, Crossbow,
2haros Il, Epicure, Bonny Lass, First
Flight, Tan#o.

No, 15—Autumn Handicap-—Class C
ind ower—5'% Furlongs—Miss Panie,
Fair Contest, Watercress, Harroween,

Dulecibella, Fair Sally, Flieuxce, Ability,

Sitchen Front, St. Moritz, Arunda, Nan
Tudor,

No. 16—South Caribbean Handicap—
‘lass A & Lower—9 Furlongs—River
jprite, Pharlite, Gunsite, Kidstead,
Atomie II, Infusion, Elizabethan, Rebate
Tiberian Lady, Landmark.

THIRD DAY

No, Ui—St. Lawrenee Handicap-—Class
i & Lower—9 Furlongs—River Sprite,
un Queen, Flieuxce, Kidstead, Infusion
Tiberian Lady, Landmark.

No. 1%—Reokley Handicap—Class D &
Lower Furlongs—Mary Ann, Water-

e-oss, Firemist, Kendal Fort, Dulcibella,
€ teake,
No. W—St, James Handieap—-Classes F

& F2 (Only)
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Apollo, Foxglove,

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(From Our Own Correspondent)
PORT-OF_SPAIN
“The West Indies, in order to
be on equal terms with Australia
must find two really fast bowlers,”
said Jeffrey Stollmeyer, last of
Trinidad representatives on the
West Indian team to England who
returned home yesterda:

Stollmeyer said that he felt
that the West Indies in all other
playing departments are equal t
the Australians. He claimed that
the excellent team spirit which
prevailed throughout the tour, the
success of Ramadhin and Valen-
tine; their stamina, accuracy and
consistency — and the all-round
strength of the batting were



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BARBADOS ADVOCATE

_ Snappers

Defeat
Flying Fish

k.sn io.r goals to love in
their repay K.O., fixture at the

arhados Aq-at.c Club yesterda)
iternco,.. For Snappers, Delbert
© Bnnyte aid Biily Manning
C.fO< to geu.s each. Peer King

; biliday in Barbades lined up

© his od team, Fiying Fish.

In the Ladies’ practice match,

the ‘B’ team defezsed their oppo-
nents one goai toJove, which was
scored in the las. .2\, seconds of
ithe game by Pnoylius Chandler.
the match s were as tollows,
the Ladies match was played first.





‘A’ Team t—b foam 1

The ladies, piay:ne tneir first
eal pratiice Muu preparauon
for the forthcoming vist: of a4
frinidad Lidies team, up a
promising performance Toere
vas little diilerence in ihe s.an-
iart of play of each ara, they
oth made several mistakes, bul
oncenfrated practices from now
ym, will put them. in ycod shape
xy the tame he Trinidadians
arrive,

Gil Recd showed good promis
in gyal and at one time saved a!

east tour certainties Git
Begjamin, Joyce Allen, Mar.
Knight and Phyliis Chandler

played a forceful game, supported

oy Jean Chandler, Frieda
Carmichael, Heather McKinnon
Ramona Ccrrigan and ‘Toni
Browne. Anne Eckstein playing



in goal did not have as much work
to do as her colleacue Gill Reed,
Phyllis Chandler scored the
winning goal for her team just a
few seconds before the final
whistle, *

Snappers 4—Fiying Fish 0

Snappers made no mistak«
against their old rivals Flying Fish |
and definitely outplayed them oll
the way.

The going was hard, right from |
the _ start, Snappers pressing
throughout. Flying Fish at firs.
held them at bay, Tim Yearwood
was outstanding sometimes having



to mark two players as the
Snappers’ swarmed in. However
just before half time Bii!y

Manning opened the scoring with}
a shes from close in. |

About a quarter way throulh
the second half Snappers turnea
on the heat. Their skipper George
wiacLean tried several swim-
throughs and Bannister and Ince



chiefty responsible for the W.1’s! each tried shots, testing goalkeeper

success in England. Mr. Karl | Foster.
Nunes declined to make any Then, Flying Fish seemed to go
comments. to pieces, for in a’ matter of
minutes Bannister had scored two
ie teat goals and Billy Manning had
netted another. Flying Fish were
Commonwealth powerless, their defence, hard
worked all the time were unable

Should Win
Game To-day

AHMEDABAD, Oct, 19.
The Commonwealth ericket
touring side dismissed Gujerat by
lunch to-day for 172, thus gain-
ing a first innings lead of 22.
They then ran up a_ second
innings score of 241 for the loss

of 5 wickets which should enable/

them to win the match to-morrow.

Dooland and Tribe who did not
bowl yesterday when Gujerat
scored 53 each claimed three vic-
tims to-day and the other wicket
falling to Ramadhin of the West
Indies.

In their second knock the Com- |

monwealth went’ for quick rus
and helped by poor fielding
Gimblett and Fishlotk opened
with a century partnership in 62
minutes. Fishlock was misse
twice and Gimblett once,
Fishlock's innings reached 87

including eight fours and one six
and ended during a bad spell for
the tourists just after tea.

Then Mankad, the left arm spin

bowler who had taken five first
innings wickets claimed Worrell
and Ikin, while Patel knocked

back Fishlock’s leg stump while
the score rose from 171 for 2 to
177 for 5,

Then Dooland and, Tribe came
together and after their bowling
successes put on 64 runs in
breezy fashion in as many min-
utes and remained unbeaten at
the close.—Reuter,



Epicure, Bonnie Lass,
First Flight,

No, %—Gravesend Handicap—Class G
& Lower—7' Furlongs—Bachelor’s Fol-
ly, Blue Grass, Front Hopper, Sun Jewel,
Biue Diamond, Maytime, Vixen, Flying
Ann, Duchess, Wilmar, Manu, Mopsy

No. %ti—November Handicap—Class C
& Lower—9 Furlongs—Fai: Contest
Watercress, Firemist, Flieuxce,
Kitchen Front, Rebate, Tiberian
St. Meritz.

Miss’ Friendship,

Ability,
Lady,

No, 22—Junior Handicap—Class F and
Lower—5'2 Furlongs Consternation,
Vanguard, Hi-Lo, Dunese. Soprano,
Crossroads, Flame Flower, Usher.

No, %%—Pelleville Handicap—Classes F
& F2 (Only}—9 Furlongs—Tango, | Col-
leton, April Flowers, Foxglove, Crossbow
Pharos 1, Bonnie Lass, First Flight.

No, %4-—-Final Handicap—Class A &
Lower—7% Furlongs—Pharlite Sun
Queen, Fair Contest, Gun Site, Kidstead
Atomic Tl, Infusion, Elizabethan Rebate
Tiberian Lady, Landmark

Jimmy Hatlo

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to get the ball to their forwards,
who saw little action throughout}
the game.

Snappers therefore have enter-|

with
Barra-
Police and
the

Out Competition, along
Swordfish, who defeated
cudas last Thursday.
Bonitas drew
| round,

byes in firs
K.O. Semi-Finais

- The draw for the semi-finals of
the Knock Out were made after
the match and Snappers have
crawn Swordfish, and Bonitas wil
play Police. These matches wi!
take place next Thursday

The referee yesterday after:ioo
was Mr .Archie Clarke.

The teams were as follows:

Ladies ‘A’ Team:—Gill R&R
Toyce Allen, Mary Knight, ¢
Renajamin, Joyce Eckstein, J¢«





Chandler, (Capt.) and Robert
Vidmer.

Ladies ‘B’ Tearm:—-Anne Peck
stein, Toni Browne, fi monn Cor
rigan, Pat Mahon, He ‘her Me
Kinnon, Frieda Carmichael
(Capt.) and Phyllis Charder

\Snappers:—A. Taylor, G. Mac
Lean, (Capt.), C MacLean, F



Manning, K,
6B. Manning.

Flying Fish:—P (Capt.)
T. Yearwood, V. Lawrence, J
Knight, H. Weatherhead, P. Potter
and P. King.

Ince, D., Bannister

Foster,



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PACE Flf.HT BARBADOS ADVOCATE FRIDAY OCTOBER 20, 1*50 LAMBS LIT IIKAin Snappers Defeat Flying Fish MM* ill U) love Mr.MBI.titt or the Ladie trar a* their cap* from on" oi" the MpMU .Triads Cannicliial. third Iiom left, at UII Aquatic Clnh yi"tt*Tliy aftarnoon Juit before the match. Others 111 Uir pit lure are left to right. GUI li.cd, Mary Kuight. FrlMla Carmichaol. Tom Browne. Roberta Vldmer and Joyce Allen 60 Horses Entered For B.T.C. Autumn Meeting SIXTY HORSES hiive mm enured fur the B.T.C. Autumn Meeting lo take place at the C.arrison Savannah on Saturday November 4, Thursday November 9 and Saturday November II. This number fell short by thne oft UM rtCOrd fal the Autumn of last year. tries closed at the oAotw of the Turf Club yesterday afternoon. of the 60 entrants there .G. LEADS CHESS GAMES OBORCITOWN, B.G. Oct. IS. British Guiana staged a comeback ai the .-lose of the second i lht> Intercoloniiil ChtM Congress on Wednesday to take tl iMd iiv hall .. point doni Trinidad 11 O. fc Barker how package deal —C.P. ROMERO WILL NOT FIGHT LONDON. Ocl 19. Luh Romero of Spain. Burope.in Bantamweight .-hampni who was to have fought Ray Fit ton oi lei at th v Royal Albert Hall here next Tuesday has had to withdraw because of an injured hand. His place will be taken bv IgsJi IX Santiago. Spanish featherw-ight ctamplcn who beat Fttton on pointit Manchester last winter. Keutrr. are "venoaj namely. '•ijrlite. Flying Ann. Ml i ni Hopper from Tt inidnd and Qraai from Grenada srWdl rtll not be i .1 DM Masting are Stem. Oifl i champion miler which ha> leveloped tcndui trouble and haI tired irom racing Mr K I> Edwards' The Gambler and Hon Chandlers rvpp*r wmc. W.I. Need Two Fast Bowlers SAYS STOLLMEYER POKT-OF SPAIN %  The Wan Indie|n orttar '• l>e on equal terms will. must find two really lasI said Jeffrey StoUmcyrr, last oi '.Vest Indian basin to England wh 'turned LaOtaafl Stullmeyer said tnat he fslt that the VV.-! [ndhH . all other playing delta time nt* arc equal It the Australians. He claimed thi,i thl exeellet,' i..m atrilil -hi.:: I tour, the sureess of Ramadhin and Valen%  : then *ii racy and consistency '— and the all-round strength of the hatting were chiefly responsible fo: the W I ress In England Mr. Karl Nunes deelined to mi %  li'vi-: %  K.I I.II II-1 No I Mil.mi. LUkN Clu C %  %  ruilMts* Miaa Panic. II .m-n-ii Fair Sally. Ability Ki'ili.n iiuiKln. Nan 1 udor Urn. t—Hrlahlaa SMSS Claw. U i .I*.I W A J't riirlnnsi Bafhfclor t'otlv. HIJP Ora*. Ffunl Mupprr. Sun JCSMI, HKw l>la>mHvd. Mayllmr. VI t'lylnf Air Dlich-. Wllmar M. SMfST N1-SIIIIU> Ladle Make. < 'UM-I ..,. i Kutkina. Mlu I'm | l'(ii. die TJIUII. Il(inii> !-•. I.lon. A|ll>i April Fluwri>. Crubow 'wlov. I1.auII. Slot rtuhl. Ma. 4—Saalh CarlaSaaa Btak.m 1-Ninakn uti> (U C a Lowl 7', Furh>ns> Fall Cnntml. WaN..-'.,-!, ir. Flin.* !" Ability. Kcl-irii'l. Ilrlial*. Tlbciian Lady. Oal Ma. •— Traaifalaf ( %  • CUaa F and i .....inuit.n atahrt 1', Fuflonf* Mary / C-. Fir-int.t. Dukibvlla. Ualcak*. B— Watlhl-i IUk Claaa %  —l ull.i:m Sun U'.n-" AbllKiMu i. Front. Inlmloiv Mink. L.tHlni HSCOND UAY % %  -prml.i. si...I I I r !V' Furtonaa PhaiHW. %  nm.il.rlU. Ability. Inlua Landmark l—-aa>lllallaa lla"4i'a LoWH-V, Fwrlona. Mury Ann. n.i. oatoiki a II—N-...!> ll.ndliiB l-owar #. Furiona. E3 ( %  ... i ... ..i >n. UiRrr. Sopiano. Vani a. V, i(. .1,. L l^.wrr T>^ Fiirlnni' Hlvrr Sprit*-. qumi. No-lo-Nllr. rilr-.noAWIKuMi-ail. Indi'lmi. Hrlwitr Tibrria ..,,,11,1 Na. • Ili.l>l..n —11* rulliMMI*--niH-|irl.M F..IIiliur Uraaa, Sun Jrwvl. Main""-. Flyinj I'l", DiwlMaa, Wllmai. Maitu. Mupay %  ..it ll<>ppr. Vmm. Hliw Diamond. N.i 14—Saiaanak Ulir lUadleap t'la.*!i F and Fl lOotyl 7 1 Furunsa—CoUaton. HMa rrtandabip Apolln. \pril Flown*, Foxglove. Croaabow, •haraa II. Knirmr. Ronny Laa>. FlMI rilSlit. TanBo Ma. II* ASaSM llaadl.aa CSWI .rid i41.fi • r^mssa MI Pi taaL Watcitma. Ilairow llui.ibclla Fair Sally. FlUjuxcc. Ability. i sag, 1' Menu Ap I I "i4-a.nu. _,.-... —. 4l.a. 9 FUrhMM II Oun.itr. Kidalpad. BlUabfih-., llrtSon. Lag) UaM riiisa A Lower S Fi in Quaon. rii-u.... IwiiBfi Ijdv. Itndmurk V.. la K.aalry Hinllfl* CU I) Si %  ~"i H utl.i-i(. M.iiv Ann. WaJci | | D -II %  %  Ma. la-MI. Jaaaaa H.nai,.,. FS lOtllyi—:,i, Furli,n. Tn,.. Pu •Mm. Apollo. f...al<..r. l'i-. (t .. I Com i mm tvea ith Should Win drme To-day AHMEDABAL), Oct. 19. The Commonwealth cricket tour in u side dismissed Onjiiat b) lunch to-day for 112. thus gaininK a first innings lead of 22. They then ran up a second innings score of 241 for the loss of 5 wickets which should enable Uiatn to H4n the match to-morrow Dooland and Tribe who did not bowl yesterday when Gu]erat scored S3 each claimed three victims to-day and the other wkket fallinii to Ramadhin of the West Indies h i. 'i. i % %  raalth went for o,uick rues hi lee-t I \ |>oor i.eldini % %  at opgtM i a century |>n'tnrrship in !' tat Pishlock teaa mbi jnd Cimhlitt once. hlock'i Innings rssjehed HT i'l. ; eiiiht fcviin | on* %  ix .•nd-d durmtt a bad spell for MI istN pint after t^a. Ir. monv and Giml with minu twice Fis inchi and i Uv Then Manliad, Ihe left arm spin hO had taken live Ull II.run:'. a/|ekeU I i.i.tne I Wuircll and licin, while Pat*, knocked back Fishlock's leg stump while the score rose from 171 for 2 to 177 for 5. Then Dooland an.. B' teai % %  an oiients one goaL to lov< nun wai die KJinI ihe ma'-ch r were ag toliawai .he Ladfi match was played BtSl J\ l, in 1. I .... 'I ha lasts. heir Orel for t he ; %  Trinidad i 'ioiniM;i f : i %  %  %  %  B of .. thija i m, will i .. .in-. arrive. d psomls m g-al and %  es. Gil. :'m)Jamn. Joyce \ lien Mm. aUughi ana i'h>iiis i ployed a forecfui gaUne, upportsg) 0} %  eg | '> % %  •! Ill : Kriei.i Cannichael. Heather Brown A n playing %  u do ee hen I'liyiii* Chan .ic i eoinsd Ihe .inning gog] for L*W seeoiuls i.etore the llnni Snappers — il>iii-; Pif|| 8 Snappers in.ni Bgaisnel the ol I rtea l"l) mg Phth and defiiu* the way. .. :hl from the start. Snappers prasftiuig thiwughi.ui. Flying Fish at Bra. held Utsm at bay, Tun i WHS outstanding t. mark two players as the Snappers' swarmed m HOWVTCI ball ume Hii i Manning opened Uie s.oring wu .i ^lle*. from cloae In. About a quarter way thiou n %  %  on the heal. Their SSdpV tried several swimthroughs and Itannistei and luce i a*tesgr. Ttieti. Fi? mg Fish sseeaed to go to pieces, for in a matter minutes Bannister had scored twu goals und Billy Manning had netted another. Flyinn Fish w powerisM, Iheh % %  : %  worked Ml the time were unabi to vet the ball to their forwards, who saw little action throughout the Kamc. Snappers therefore have antM e'noil >. M—r.ra>*a.ai HaaSMaa Claaa Ci aiwvr—!•. Furlona ll.i; .%  FrONl lloppn. S.in Jrwrl. Diai.-.Knd. aUytlmt. Vtra Hurlicaai. Wllmdt. Hw I -l-Mivtm... Haaairap I LOW** II lofll I 1 den Frnrit Rrhntr. TibrHan I*d. .-:—Janlai llanairap ('..-. Con ...i'l lli-Lu. I)uni-' ir^ad.. Ham %  ,_r-ll.,HU Haadlraa Claaara F 1 iOnly>-a Furlona. Tanfo. t?oli, Apill Flown, F...H....ntl. riunrtla La. Flrat Fllaln -rl--.l>al H.~4lrt F ..,., A f. rr T". Failona. Pliarl % %  •n Fair C OO a aat. CIui. SM,Kimmd rut tl. Inf. — .n KlUabai nan l*d. LaniUnark 1 / VOu TAKT OltRTME PRACTICE^ / EB80--I aOTTA BE IN TOWN fOR *ME ATHLETE S FOOT BROADCAST I AT Six AND THE 800STERCI.JB WNNEH LATER. I WON'T BE HERE | TOMORROWSOTTA TALK AT THE / PEANOT-SELLERS LUNCME0N>/ ^SON'ON TELEVISION ATFlVEJ,. AM GUEST Ou THE 'LETVIV ,'EM RAVE'PROGEAM T AFTER THATJ-< • WHAT is HE A COACH cR ^>^HE THINKS A A SPIELERCNA SISHT-SEE T T-RaaaATIOM BUS' THE CENSUS TAKER _/ ,c A %TFAK • IS HERE MORE THAN HE IS/ 1 0S E MORE Ll =r^ [ LASTSAT^?aAy THEM PINNERS 1 ^ THE FOCOAINT 84D ENOU6H-VJ60rTD .LISTEN TO HIM TOO\'-': *-: i k ;<%  %&\ KA I AND HELL HVWE \ TO ENLIST^ETAX / iuUNTEER / FIREMAN TBO/ THE ONLVTMlNa THE SOVS SEE I OF H.M IS HIS i PICTURE IN IHE vVEAR BOOK T~t-'I4T TALK ABOLT 3ACKFIELD IN ACTION HOW A8CUT COACHiE, THETS'PLE T^S?ATCF THE CELER/CRCUlTf | %  ATHEIRROOK' LEAVES The 286-ton motor vessel Athclbrook" sailed from Baruaf %  i Trinidad yeatetxlaj with a load of vacuum pan rnolesaet in bulk, The "Alhelbrook" arrived on We/nesday evgnlng II %  > %  .( to Mits H. Jaron Jones A Co, Ltd. YOU JIT KremHf s mim POWER! IvmemKer One suninr f.iil-.itc in he far Store CSMdy :'-..tti ,h< i':le extra >iiu p4y for an EX1DI lenery, nttysafe—bu) n m attery! Vhen it's en W Starr! '^PENDABLr B,\z FOR 61 YCAft<; CITY GAHAQK THABiWQ CO UTD. %  Why lMinlo|iillo i ? the most form ..I cushioning i ii the World 11 is tlx i>nitinal l.tri loam cushioning, containing rtulliotu of nnv mi-, -.utuir,-ied cells through which sir circulates The l ihsS tlic instiress is completely hygienic — it nvithrr snaggaj net hsrltourdual and is raaasfssM to moths and vermin Not only is IJunUipillo hygienic; llllOiiglmig ils lunn life ii rcrruun '•iiprcncly comfortable and cannot sag or Bather into uncomfortable mounds; ..n in tnagcel eHaaaseag itsuyscool. I here arc no springs or hard edges to >i>-i imi ihe covering material Furguson Fabrics APJ I) I 1.1C \ T K I|H n /HI '(• ii.,i mil W* *.. I H.'-fih CARLOSPUN OM',/ t: '.eaMIifnl Slripo. dot Mid f'j % \ ii.v.i-i ,1sit ;i lie' I'/* $1.18 7%e new n/!. %  C*. U*. D* CMU ... im. Wm. MM 1U. c. r. Qn ideal **/ L^raf* beve' ll wiJe *vt jrd und CARLISSA in designs MIUabie loi t'hiklien's cl;esses t.i Uldlavg' Lllieene M **/." inches, wide. S^-' r*i r yci $1.41 NOURISHING... STIMULATING ... INVIGORATING... REFRESHING... SATISFYING CONTINTI II IIUID Oil C.L.6IBBS t CO. tin. P.RIDCITOWN.f.ii ./ SUMMER TIME SUITS Cell in To-day and Inspect our range of Tropical Suiting, Specially Selected for your comfoi' in tine rVaWin weather. KEASONAULY EVUCRD TAILORED TO ('l.KASE Cave Shepherd & Co., Ltd. 10, II, 12 & 13 Broad Street *>^^44>->a>SWaOa-aO**O>V0a>*->^^ IIHKS UV "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 x r c-v>v^<*v>*','V>e>* i #


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r PACK TWO Ccmib QaSinq BARBA T :>-M< ac and at 8 ML, HIS Ema41eoC9 The Governor will Iny %  wreath on Mel*on\ Tiiitatgar ted w DP present %  9 Maeasr Barbados was nmong rhe Ural to nonour Nelson by naming 1 victory, and creeling a monument. the second oldest in the Empire, in his, memory. it h thci i-fmv very miing thai some reinembrance should be given to talt famous British Admiral. For Chest Tournament \MU. ST CLAlft Wl .* of the HUNTE. PresiB-G ..-.., v. | CheM rV among the passengers for 1x4 pnw *aj %  by %  1 A where he wilt look CheM lourm-n gotafl "i 1 in Genr, Up for the Racea A RRIVING FROM Jr. l B.WJ A. to ride in the B T. C I Autumn Rao* HmMnt w* Mr Frank O'NaiL He :.!ls DM thai Poll -eacni in the U.K. I led shortly to a Scottish flrl He expects 1-hil to be hack :n Trinidad for the Christmas Meeting. Fiank b here for about .i month and Is slaying at the Hotel Royal. Riding Here for First Time A RRIVINC from B.C. yesterday afternoon by B.W I.A wa. Mr T. Wilder Mr Winter Is an English lockey who is In the We*' for the l.rsl time. Ht ar r iv ed in Trinidad on Betfesntaa. 24th. where he rode n I an at the Arima roct He will IH* ruling hen in the November Haee Meeting Air. Wilder ..• slaying at I'alm Haatlnga. Nyl ix_B VRMI ADVOCATE FRIDAY OCTOBER 2. US s For Trad*' (.iris XatransH pe a —atari tkroagk B^rbado* ruidir a/tamoer by B.W I A freat SI. Laela for Trinidad were Mr Francis CM.CO Massbsif u* * Laela LagUUtate and lion. John Stow. Adattatoiralot of at. LscU. TWy ara going to Trinidad to attflld the open 19 EZT3 Z'J** L ^>' !" Council of the new eomtltntlon of Trinidad aad Tobago. Back fo Trinidad To Attend Opening Ceremony WIS HONOUR MR JOHN Managing Director Returm jy*R JOHNNIE A1MMSON Bfftf M R. C.EOTtOF. HENSON has been acting B W 1 A'. Station Supt. at BaaweU, returned to Trlaload on Monday. B.W.I.A where be Is stationed at Plarco. Returned V eaterday \MH. RAYMOND DE SOUZA Repre*_*** STOW. Administrator of St Uieia and .*.: Francis Caraaro Member of the St. Luria Legislature wet*, ,,,'rsns.t pa ie o n aeTi. vesterrtav t.flernoon bv RWIA mdad. to attend the openinony of the Legishitiv Ccajnell nf the new constitution of Trinidad und Tobago. I Renting Hnrbndos a e Sii SeL Mr. A E S. Lewis. M (_\P. athp National Cash "'"""' Ul( | Dr. H. Massiah, M.I. C. To*. Co .returned yrttcrday morning „ |(M> Ipf yosten -y k ttemo by B.WJ A. after two weeks vtol „ ,. i r „ jl lllle< i by I-ady Seel and :o Trinidad. Mm. aWlah. Back lo B.C. With B.W.I.A. A FTEH eleven months' holiday m*R HAROLDSTOCKHAUSEN, *\. in Barbaoos. Miss Bt.dgtM iVl w |, o Is with B.W.I.A. Jardine returned to II G. yesterfrankDepartment In Kingston. day altornoon by B.W.lA. Jamaica, aiTived frn.n GeorgeMiss Jardine helps edit the Iowa vesta-da v afternoon by -Cathohe Standard" in British B.W.I A where he has been for Guiana. Her grandfather was tho the past two days. He will be owner of the "Daily Chronicle" in here for about four days, before noon by B.W.I.A. She was BG. and her father was Managing naking a few short stops a\ companion by Mother Si Ann gjdjy i Grcnadu and Jamaica. Mother Sacrod Heart. Mar.aging Director of Booker. i)rug Store*, who wjis in Barbados on a short viiit. left for H.O yesterday nitemoon by B.W.I A He was staying with Mr. and Mrs F 3. Olton. On Wednesday Mr. and Mrs Olton held a Cocktail Party at their home. "Springfield." Barhonour of Mr. Ada noon. and among those present were. Mi and Mrs. John Bogart, Comdr and Mr*. FussHmsii, Mr. Hagen, Or Bill Garner, Mr and Mrs. Kellahall, Mr. and Mrs. Dick Stokes. Mr. and Mrs. J Chabrol. Mr. and Mrs. E. Thomas, Mr. and Mrs. T. F Harrta. Mr and Mr* Winston Ward, Mr and Mr Frank Morgan. Was IEV. Hero Two Weeks R EV. Mother Mary Stanislaus after two weeks In Barbados elurned to B.G yesterday afterBY THE WAY BEACHCOMB* \\TFnn.lorsland that the idlesigned for foreign visitors (for pur instance "Halt you Mwnsin to (It oss if you pllss"?) and the XOS is only to be found in the small mammals enclosure at the Belle Vue Zoo in Manchester. Firviittir, — Cntrh thai Bun marks of women's clothing are about to be changed. This does not surprise us as much as it might have done had era previously known thai such things existed Now. ba*lli| faced the fact, we read with **sjBH interest that Mr. Jack Hornet, Stcretary of 'In a year fftMC st:r symbols the Fire Brigade Uafcm. comu-nich hare irritated so mang mentinp on fhe report for 1949, u-onien S\\\ W, WX, OS, mid said pesterday: "We hai'e one XOS will haiv rattuhed." brtoaae u'hosv iisajor ftr entrine Women wenprobably irritated irhile ontna to a fire tras lu-tce because thev probablv didn't passed on a hill by a fully loaded know what SW. W. WX. atsL, bus." meant UiUtbeto "f OOK. Fred." said William SW stands for Stupendous 1_* Strongbow. chief of the fire Width; W |u*t mean' Wide, and ongade. to Fred Wllberforce. the X in WX indicates that the intrepid young Itrem figure is top-beavy, oval or seems lo be a Are." X-shaped. heavens''* cried Fred. OS (pronounced Os Is Board "I thought that bell might have I ,. %  !•" irpose' "Yes, indeed," replied his kindly chief. 'That, as you shall soon learn. Fred. Is one of the first Mgns of .i conflagration. Now. Fred." he added in his wellmodulated voice, "I need your help while I get our deer old (Ire engine out and give the brass a quick rub over I wish you to catch the next Ma bus and slip along to let them know we Ate coming just as quickly as we an %  of Trade jargon for clothes debeen ringing for some Interesting I .. .10CJI."OTE— Here** how to work U: A X Y l> I. B A A X %  re i (i N (i i r. 11. o One letter vniply stands foe another. In this example A is used for the three L'a. X for the two O'a. ate. Single letters, apoatrcphlc*. the length and formation of the words are all hints. Each dav DM eode letters are different As one can imagine, Fred's heart beat more quickly at this exciting order from his beloved chief. Without another word he dung oil his coverlet, sUpped into • h—.; his bedroom suppers and baaten1X9 ed to the bathroom NEXT WEEK— gssseassW eieitin, adreatas-e af ~ •r The Adven I i.k-l Hnlder U>NOOM. were raised ta I-ondon pulire court whe -( i i-uuuesatwan. la Bnian o see Board of Trade We^aV-. Harold Wilsun," declared tin ilways g> .tirls at ihe Uoa.il of Trad* Called as deiense witness in t'iwt(wns ease. ^fAk CovWl Boveri) Rilla, ('.itAinia, said e waa president of !" 4 compan'*, with a cornbinasl capiUI |n,0eVJ0l "Your goverrunent institution i nave always beam very kind a-. I i onaiderata to me," he add* The staff go cut of their wav t do things and these •*>. ,the only way I can show m •ppreeiation. I honeI shall by ble lo continue to •"* so Coved added tnat he oft. ">ade buaineea trip* i Engia.. nd always brought nylons wfth mi Net Exerpltonal "Eight or nine doaen pa;< %  uld not be an exceptional.' %  rge numger frn me to aelnst ie said Covell was giving evidence fo. us states', Mrs. Esther Swircjwtv ive a London address sivTsWit' lother defendant was fined %i '•' r "being knowingly concernd carrying uncustomed goods Housewives' Guide Prices for Cauliflower and suing Beans when the Advocate checked yesterday were:— CAULIFLOWER — 24 cetit* per snuiid STRING BRA 2* eents per pound. B.B.I. RADIO PROGRAMME rauiAY Ort sv. SMI Tt Nans. T 10 a >. T IB m TKi %  Unxa M BasMsrlsk .. P.t.sUr: • lr.:. Gatherins/ Information M ISS HFJ.F.N SARGENT wh is with United Airlines in UAngeles arrived by B W.I.A yesterday morning Irom Trinlda-) Her visit to on benalf of Unii. Airlines to get first hand inform i lion about Barbados as a probabl* tourist resort. Her visit is a very short one. sg *he leaves for Trinidad this aftei Here for Four Days M ISS GWEN INNISS. daiighf-r of Dr. Knottys Inniss an i Games Mistress at the Bi*hop High School in Trtnklad arrive S rsterday morning by B.W I.A he Is here for about four davs Here Again M R. JOSEPH rtOOHIOUES whr was here ,n April, arrivp.1 yesterday afternoon by B W I.A from B.G to sp* nd anotner hoi' day in Barbadofi Also arriving from B.O. wer Miss Wsa de Freitns. Miss Rll le Freitas and Mr. R. de Freitu < %  (• pains ol r.yioru U>rendants had pleadcl not .uisty and Mrs. Swift said the nylons were present* : | brother. Askad why he brought so manv storkings for his sister. JIHK. Covell rahed I am the best ludge o,' tha' II I can afford to give her a gross of nylons then I shall continue •. |g a "They are easy To get in the States. They are in very shon supply in Fngland and vet/ desirable to women over here.' ... nac -wns.t- I>-.ws. II IIWI ra* N*w.: U m m Nm AM l n •..!-. SSVaSWUM I li o( l* c m !pn Th. Msat; a io p'> H.-I.W Nea. rro Ua.w i .a j a* aw TheM OiSfeii. II) pa PtsasrsMMtw Part* S p m Bcolush Maauln*. • |i The muatc SM* raunal. s SB • rn Union *T rrae PMsin; IH(m li lirlvd*; 7pm Tn New.: til pi N(a Anal>Oa T IS p in WH (nan Diary; T as p m What ta* iui..n S^assrl fio i pin tui.o Nr %  IS p in UnllM NalMMu Hfp-.il %  p tn CompuafY ol in* Wit! IN p,' Thr rtebalr Continue. I 4S |> m l-H symphony O u fc srt ra, S S p m C %  AOI'ATII I II B 4JINKMA (Mamfa... Only; M\TlNrr: TD Jnd TOMOOH il 5 P.M. mmoan ro %  owavw \KiiiT •• s.s Warnrr Bro. ptwenl JOAN CRAWFORD JACK CARSON — ZACUABY SCOTT in "MILDRED PIERCE" u.lh MA AHOEN ANN HLYTR BRUCE BFUNF.TT PLAZA Theatre-0r?/OGfrow/V TODAY *.3 and l. and Continuing Dally S and S.3o tt.ni. WARNER'S TKC'MNK'OIXJR 1-AUGH HIT' Irene William %  • I IPF WITH FATHER DUNNE POWELL "" W "" rA '" C K SPECIAL MATINEE TOMORROW (SAT.) .M (Cheap Prleesi James Oliver CUR WOOD'S Johnny Mack BROWN In "WOt-F HUNTERS' .R.I "OA'ERLAND TRAIL KIRBY GRANT e *a#ag M eeeee s. GLOBE OPENING TO-DAY 5 and 8.30 p.m. <- _^z csvoaswossa f--; ZlZllm". ItmmZC, i a3*| _:Li : %  I. sagsj car %  quean. te> t>. latiHii is mltrraa tor & rseso fan. (Bt . Iftate of at tiro? iw 1. Rrrar. i) 12.Booop.perhaps. (3i l|. SOBM taUok It amOMi Wall. 14. J I L5 Ba cDann for room, I'I ft rnry coma fsan bulks, tat Jt. Not s •malt aim. >*) a Uaioeo in ta dan. 1.1 A> Ui a* DUO til plsat more than aaoa. ml, losm sgaire, attBaar sras. il Stir ..nbtnau u* taa dsstot t" Aeross bad a long one. >i c sla nt al m t^immr BaassaBi 1'nir ?thjTIow to hold the arrii ruhci. Thrn he l,ndt t .hmol, l.nW bay. Icipi out and rftis. ih. Li tie boai ibovr high-nd* nurb "Now tc find what all this mytlaiy n about." h# rrurmo". Mountins the rorki. he (limb* thtotiih th* arm nd tret, aatfl Sjcoma* in ..ho. 0dritimi Mnoke. K-. *uh Rjpati all the ass aasSB 'I (>lwva ihr-'n hopnt I Baaf. IJI ovffboard." nt Mft swrvoaiaj/. tnd whenever they tarn, oa (tohr spbthai with h | pad.Ha ka*sBge> %  rha WJIO it. IngMSa ih*m oil Thi. kaep* him t*f ant.l t S. wj,*f bMom,, m. aPsLAaBA 0ISTIN TODAY 5 and S 30 & < onllnul WARNFJC3 TKHNICOLOR MUSICAL' "DACGHTER OF ROSIE 0 f.RADY" with June HAVER VHIlMri MAWmm TOMORROW (SATI'RPAY 21) MONOORAM'S DOUBLE! (NEW) Johnny Mack i.miWN 'jimmy WAKJ3LY in "' SONG OF THE I.VMCI iMi IK\II. nd SIERRAS CAUTV tTfce Garden) ST. JAMES THRlMaUfC AND CHOCKFULL OF ACTION TODAY TO SUNDAY lie— MATINEE SUNDAY 5 P.M. MONOGRAM presents ROD CAMERON in •'S r A m p I It E" hi Sepia-Tone with Johnny Mack BROWN PKJ'S io-xtn LOCAL TALENT ON PARADE louse" Thru A Long a Sleepless Nile" "SitUng by the Window' "Lucky Ole Sun'"Maybe It's Because" In The Chapel" PIT 16 HOUSE 30-BsU. 40-BOXES 54 %  &f&f aaaassssaaaa we offer a SBsmto* slerp. i 10 Taars maap ssi i taaboaraa.j7_.__ [a 1 Acroaa batO ssoro q li Char. <4i H IK A.-.D0. (4| K raw assw snea oe. *5WM tm ~* w m~ : :n_L.* A 3_n '.t-ear Heede 17g > is i r.* saw* i* I. R PQQ HTLCRKV N H DTLX POC C R E V A Cryptograin (rtatloa ELVOTCVVCV UC HLTVO JNRVKQO %  VULHO. ( xploquotr: NO SUN UPON AN E\STER DAY IS HALF SO e-INE A .SIGHT 1 St'CKflNC EniPint: TO-DAY at %  pm. TO-NIOHT at 111 %  REVUEDEV1LIE 1950" There will Show To-dsy. be ne 2. St Starting . Tomorrow 4 45 l. "UY TO THE CITY" 1IOXY TO-DAY to Monday 4.45 A 1.15 M-G-M Pictures pn.-•• BORDER INCIDENT" Hicar.io MONTALRAN George MURP1IY Howard DA SIL.VA Junes MITCHE1.I. old MOSS Alton ItOYll. TO-DAY 4.19 Republic Double -FLAMING niRY" AND "THE LAST BANDIT" TO-NITE at 8X0 Madam O'LINDY & Troupo ID I illli ifNICHT' introducing . The "FLYING BAITER" ACTION AT M1D-NITF Mpreial Mid Nile §tmm SATURDAY iUl Republic Whole aerial "THE MYSTERIOUS DR. SATAN OLYMPIC LAST TWO SHOWS TO-DAY 4.3t at B 15 Republic Big Double John WAYNE & Slngrid QUIUJE %  H IREE FACES WEST" "MAN FROM OKLAHOMA" with Roy ROGERS A: Dale Evaru George (Gabi.yi HATBB >%01> It NOW! sVARNER BKOSL III.RK FOR ALL I —ALL THE FUN OF THE LONOKST-RL'N STAGE HIT IN HISTORY avje ••>•nlinuing DAILY 5 and 8.30 p.m. PLAZA THEATRE BMUOGETOWiX LAWN MOWERS li>" a IV BAKES ... "HEAS1 roc Relic. HA1TD rORKS .. GARDEN TROWELa sECATniraa IfOSE NOZZLES MENDERS UNIONS lies To K. !*> %  17 deJ < corated. As a grand send J Jj off—we offer you Grand I Enterlainment in ... J •THK IHIMIllll OF BOSIE OfiRADV PLAZA THEATRE msii\ EMPIRE THEATRE TH-DW MATINEE 5 and NIGHT 8J p.m. MRS. A. L. STUART Presents Her SCHOOL OF DANCING In 'REVUEDEVIUE 1950' Music bv the Police Band Directed by CapL C. E. Baiaon, A.E.C.M., M.B.E. All Person* who have booked aeats for To-night's Show mui have not paid for them ara requested to take them up by 12 noon after this time they will not be held BOX OFFICE OPEN DAILY From 8.30 a.m. to 12 noon and 1.30 to 3,30 p.m. Price*:— Orcheatra and Boxes $1.50; House $1.00; Balcony 72c. Reserved GABLE'S COMING TO TO-MORROW TOWN LET'S GMVE HIM THE KEY TO THE CITY \ TMIY/ CLICK like a key in a lock! \ \ There' %  Ireefclt in every bubale. when rhif deneer frret 'o burf up Hie roreoncef 4* %  STARTING I ItMO IlltO II f or,/I h II . / .-//./ EMPIRE



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FRIDAY IRTHH1-K XI. I*M IIARIIADUS ADVOCATE PACE THREE Gaitskell New Chancellor From Pair 1 I sacrificed his health jini personal popularta to *.o so. far years Sir Staftotd has suffeted from stomach iioublc i!> boaamr .L vegatarian be iuaa ot it. But overwork ril ovar th.exacting job *r dip HrtUineconomk -flairs in HUT. 1>M mt"< his illness worse. Hugh Caitskell is due back hen tf-r.orrow from financial talks In Hi* Untied Slates and ( Aged , he is an economist. Economic IMrtalnr Fa* 3 Yaara During hit three years as Britain's economic dictator Cripus — lean and light-lippon the Mflieat taxes Britain hns ever known in prncetime Cigarettes, beer nnd other pleasures went skyhigh in price, and the purchase tax on practically everything sold In shops put an effective brake on public spending. This and the wage freeze in Industry were Cl light%  Sir Surtoru was OIKof Britain's moat Buao before onto I) rning >:J0.0OO per | Aa a Cabinet Mini ,ter he earned only £5,000 pei Sat) of the late I-ord Par moor. Conservative, who turned Socialist, he began his political career as Solicitor-General in Ramsay MacDonald's Labour r.cvernmenl in 1930. For 10 years after that he violently opposed the labour Party Chief: in uiications of Socialist doctrine, and was expelled from the Party in 1939. After carrying out successfully several Government .missions including the post of Special Ambassador to lVfOM1942 Cripps wo. the Labour Party in 1945. day Cripps' resignation will bring |>lnek H" *f r | : J'" !v <' own to %  *• headquarters of' the" Island's Leaving Barbados as delegati 1 mean a bye^ccUonJnJUa Weights and Measures Departto the meeting wtll he Mr. E S for Am Q i sfrm, flasket, /adrntji. mmd ifcoaa *"ii black streaks, on the tf tia l sefco beef* Mdflsinc off uuh our perlvrmets." Loadan 1 RedM.P's Protest %  • %  Coimnun.au in is* Wen (icrma-. Parliament lia*w tabled a protest against the "IllegalBritish rvtiuUitioning of the Party'* headquarters at Dusnvldoif on September 28. Thev w.nt the Oannaai pedei .1 %  nfl i* iHjen iwKi.natn.nat once with the llntnh High ('[immlwnn The protest u one of four motions tabled by the Communist party in celebration of to the status oi a recognised parly in Bundestag. The Part* sBtf IB status when several member* wei e expelled last July for disorderly conduct One of the motions demands that the Bundestag should HOrbH |he armed farces of foreign powers and forbl i thoae in the Allied service to carry arms or to receive militar* 'laillii.i The third seeks dismissal of l)r Hemrieh Brand. <'< % %  • Federal rireas-omeer ... CommunUta t" havi majde a MrttcniciU on Ihe r.iiBtng of faderal n.ii.isi.i .it it*uilentu.l praaa ceatpan The four Cocrnuiii.H. motion I v ants the IVdelI (iovernmrii; immediately to withdraw its -i.fl of September 19. that all active mernberr of the CoflunutuM Party and its organlsatiorui be 'dismissed from the puhl HEALTH BENEFITS • TONES UP DIGESTION • ENRICHES THE BLOOD • RESTORES NERVOUS ENERGY • BUILDS UP THE BODY Cheeking Measures Several W.I. Will Attend Sugar Talks Luil.lil AT LEAST 180 West Indian delegates will attend the 195" ..„ which used to sugar technoloriats' meeting under MR V from 1940 lu be Ihe Mnrket Police Post a man the auapicies of the British West the Adiadmitted to was rlotnK MM soldering y esterIndies Sugar Association to be But the hulidlitg is not n held at MandeviUe. Jamaica, on was ktfa'l shop. It Is the October 23, Canalisation Lies Equipment Idle CRAWFORD told ., i.relay that he understands the machinery which acquired b\ Government which to undertake the analiintlon of the Constitution ronstitn Southeast Bristol. tvhich returned limi with Swamp, store-r< ity of 16.803 at menl. un under the control of fcobfcisou. Chairman of the Bartoa.^"tl^i".! thn Pulii-K nannnmiwt -4C>r.r Pn.luiiV AsSfi.-i:ittnfi '.*" housed of the Public SSHUST ^SStfBSSSL Henry Sees Blue By FREH UOERFLINGER Annual checks are carried out bj this department, as well as surprise checks. Any day Inspector Franklyn. Lowe and maybe a corporal or private of police may GRACEDIEU. England. tarry out checks In an area, and To September's blue sun an:l If the arnle. the weights, or the blue moon—add October's bluemeasures in X's shop are not rain. true, they are seized and taken to It fell at (Jnicedleu. Leicesterthe Weights and Measures Deshire, and left rooftops, windowpartinent. popes and large areas of In. The owner of the fault v .,-alcs ground glistening wiU, big. sticky W %  pioseeuled. Meaiiwhde. l,,-,^ the M ales are kept and put right. Henry Walker or Graced* garage tirst noticed it uh.ii through the window he saw his romping St. Bernard dogs covered with blue spots. He rubbed hi. eye—not having enjoyed a "night before"—and then lua wuui out in a deep blue rash. doe Sugar Producers' Association lnapevtor Franklyn \j at present Mr. Robinson is expected to leave in charkr of the departmen'. c October 21. He is going as while the chief man on the premAlternate Director in the place of iaes is Charles Lowe. This is n on G. D. L. Pile MI*C. the department which carries out Hon H. A. Cuke. M.L.C., sntl the Job of seeing that the public Mr R B skeete, who are gob'g really gets 16 ounces to the pound. „ a< jvl*ors, anexpected to leavt and four Bills to the pint. Barbados on October 2. Idgrlog was going on yesterday. The owner can get back the ctlAed scales. All Sorts of Scales Thee were a number of such coke %  Mlaj g| the department yesterday, as well as Ihe vtandanl weights und lo cheek shop Henry's wife took a chance then weights. The department is and put her hand out of the door, equipped to check any sort of It turned an inkv blue. The gasoscales, from the smallest used in line pumps and the garage buildshops to the big platform scale*. Inga were covered with blue To this department all purblotches too. chasers of new scales have to take oranges, grapefrils. peam and them to be stamped, unless they bananas arc all In abundance t.i Mrs. Walker, thinking it might were stamped before purchase r> nm ,nica, the male of the have been caused by Jet aircraft. The department can also check ^-hooupf -w L Eunicia" told the rang the police for information, on measures from n half gill to a Advocate on Tuesday. They could give no explanation, bushel The,r ...* qu !. ?! nent }-Z The "Eunlcta" airlved on Tuetwhich The Weather TO-DAY: Sun Rises: 5.49 a.m. Han Sets: all a.m. Moon irull) October 25 I.lKhtins: €.0t p.m Huh Water: 1 M p m. YESTERDAY: is.uni.iil (CodrtngUn) .53 In. Total for month to yesterday: 58 Ins. Trmperature |Max.) tf *F. rrmperature iMIn.) 7^.0 'P. Wlsl Direction IB a.m.) E.S.E. (3 i* in I W.t.W. Wind Velocity 4 miles per heur. Barometer (9 a.m.) 29 H35 3 pn) '"TT'i FRUIT COME Neither could the Air Ministry. elude* day with supplies of oranges the Works The Government, he said, does not now consider the proposition a practical one Mr. Crawford gave notice of a question in the House of Assembly on Tuesday about the canalization of the swamp. He wanted to know If Government would start this work immediately. In his statements he pointed out that equipment for the purpose Including a light railway and tipping waggons had been acquired and was lying idle and rusting for over three years He told the Adi>ocnIc yesterday "It seems to me that the posllOP with icgard u. the canalization of the Constitution Swamp. IndtcatM either callousness or IWgUgilMg on the part of the Government. Area Cleared "A few months ago at the approach of the hurricane season. .. was cleared of tree stumps, mangrove* and othei debris. In order to provide easy passage for Hood walers. That In my opinion. Is only trifling with the problem. "It wss in l47 that I re-Introduced the question of the canalization of the swamp The Govemmenl apparently was advised that It was desirable to do It and .. pcactaCal proposition. The machinery for undertaking it was therefore ordeajd sometime .ftei "It consisted of a light railway track and some tipping waggons. which would transfer the stuff removed from "The House of Assembly has on mote than one occasion b> means of Baaoluttona, called on (lovernmenl to get on with the project. But the Government for %  i>vioiire as o ns c lai m e d In HM lhat il was no longer a practical proposition. "It is aignitlcant that so far I know, the same engineering advice under Which the C.y.n ment was acting when It spent Ihe taxpayers money to buy the equipment, was the same advire under which it was acting when it alleged that It wnno longer a practical proposition. The question arises therefore, why public money wasted on thlr machinery DO YOU KNOW? ANDREWS LIVER SALT BYNIN AMARA lade b| HIM I HIMURM 110.. 10D00I Well soon have that better with Henrv Inter closely exan '.ill eale beanu. balance^>. emperruits o'monil ils camo Tlv the blue blotrhe* which covered spnim balance*. Heuyardi and car wnt chiefly comprised of a track some 100 feel 'ldo aflcr olhcr welnhing Inwument. coeoanuU and covra Ihe 15 minule sho-er In ore of Talking aboul •"' %  na CoeoanuU, the male aaid. i> a the blotches he found a .mall wedB5H.'VSJL?W. 5-IH.K round-the-year crop of Dominica about weights and it Is strange thm although Barbados Is a British This led to the theory that a possession we use the U S Gallon freak whirlwind stripped fruit nr ,d not the Imperial tiallon. and from Elderberry trees and showwe get lest by doing so. The erad It down from a great height imperial gallon Is ten pints; the on Gracedieu. US Gallon is two pints lew Said Mrs. Walker: "Thank heaven I didn't have my washing The blobs were almost imlulible. ciai name acre i MM ....=.. h —LNS Gallon. could „,, place 1 rhere 11 w* needs a steady flow in the ex"The maehmery arrived In thi pom of coeoanuU and copra. island and rojn what underChanging this topic and looking *UMM1 it was lift lying In the open n I the Bav the mate refor sometime Thai wa. l.-urh. tine weather fo: <• %  •! %  Uentlon and I raised the '— in the legislature Since uivderslami that it is %  iiewlu-re in Ih. Publle Work-. Department storeLS Gallon 1 two pint, le;. JJJ£ !" ..„' „•„, „..„,„ (ol >•<*•"•; heavAnother name for the US Gal"Tl,", w i n ncUnc now-amatter in t out. Ion I, the Wine Oauon Its offl''""I' e %  *" !" neither the,. 1 I "hie." c,a. I,a,„e here b the Winchecr S' I* "TMTW o.,e '.'"' %  ; •! •I think I'd like a White Horse betlcr than anything" %  %  ASEPTIC OINTMENT Gcrmolene Ointment soothes and penetrates. 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Special enquiries will receive our immediate advice and attention. STAINLESS STEEL FABRICATIONS— "FIRTH BROWN" WE have now in stock STAINLESS STEEL SHEETS and are fullv equipped to handle fabrications to your design in this modern, acid resisting steel. Wbll* Fart Howl. 8aOeJiael. Dial: 4546 :'



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FRIDAY OCTOBER M. 1K0 BARBADOS ADVOCATE PAGE FIVE Man Fount! In Well Dies C LOVIS I I I %  misting 011 September 14 and was Hound % %  tat ion on ^ %  pu-mber 21, died at the Ofl da> A *•! mriM • f oa to-Ua> '"pHMt WEIE 14 traffic offsnees recorded In the.Police Report* yesterday Two mod i reported (or exceeding H limit iind one for not stopping at a major road Two CJ reported for dangerou* riding. The other offences were ••batructniK (raffle, ridii without a lighted lamy to the front, manning a cart without a lighted Ipmp to the from a motor vehicle to be driven without pa'.' not complying with lawful direction, living in unregl-iered motor vehicle and failin* to hav. .i run light. QKIWilTOWN enjoyed bright D sunshine oerlv yesterday After midday rail hrtl and the dav became gloomy. Tl ere slopped at alrout 2.SO. The temperature duriiiK tl ff was 84 drgrtcs Fahrvnl %  shade. *rs|it; ititiin A molor car S-46 was damaged in an accident H Henry Street, near Victoria Sin e*. ot about 1 Mam on Wednesday Also Inw Ived in the accident t wa a hnnd earl owned Hovell i'f I l! manned bv Hrr% %  ''• rt rrell of Codrimrt n Hill. Si alat The i ir Lf owned i>; it Messiah of Sim 11:11. St James -tiri wi being driven by Pi I son of Mil* end ttuarter, St. Pet.-i A THIKIl HOVf • 1 ITO will i opened b -day TMl at District %  C" Station The Olhei Boys' Clubs at Street am Spoil A N AWIOENT '•<• Vvhite Park Road at about HtMltll. WITH llll I S St. Mark's Boys Play At Princess Alice Playfield "1 4ini contented itn the progress made by all the boys in the classes,'' Mr. H. K. Thorne. neuh jpooinled Headmaster of the St Mary's Boys' en .in Advacale lapresontatieo vUtod Hv yea* rdaji Tinschool is very airy and the 11 05 a in on W ' Idldren an not .onllned through the mot. Ion I l "ck of space. The average atby the Wr t Indian Rum Refinerv tendance at the present time la rnd driv.n by AiKtm Itnyce ofj-bout 250 boys. Now in thott Orange Mill. SI James, and %  *xth week of the term, trie boys mule drawn curt owned hv were busily at work learning. Daphnev Dorson d Pork Rood, maths, drawing, reading and car-' Bush Hall, and manned by Perpeiitry. All seemed keen on what cival Dorson of the same address, they were doing and listened alPELICAN ISLAND where tnrkty*. IMgeoiw. fowl. *nd Pelican Is "One Woman" Island PELICAN ESLAND, the larger of Barbados,' Iwo I ru M td-dav is thickly covered with almond and CaJ IS U Anyone landing on the island can quick J lull of ripe almonds from the ground. The cart was damaged rpilK BEACH n Hie I X u vary dirty condlU I the Advocate Vssttod thll bOOdl yesterday a ds?ad gout on tbO t,| %  h This was bcinL, washed further nnd further in when Uic waves came up It is In vendor* -ell their catches and enly a few yards awa> iTMn the goat people were selling bread und drink* lontJvoly to what their teachers had tn say. In the spacious yard Class 3 was doing geography and reading and Ihe boys were spill into sections recording to their ability In the kfchcu four boy.-were doing a good job. washing up the plastic i MifU the Iv-nunubj brook *ai taken around 10 a m Two won washing the cups he other two lookcit nfler the tidme,* of the room and tt b lPg Other articles, inrluriiiiK dieupon which a few buckets carded pots. |> oom : placed All the boys look f'>i war. 1 utensil* [tared all the beach. T WO OF TIIFSPARS of the %  ohoonpr frader kk I Which was abandoned ofl Brenrions COBS! earlier this year, can be seen floating at anchor inthc see off the Fontnbelle coast l hey are bo*h covered with mo" A TWO-DAY CRICKET male played between XI and Goodwill C.C.. to the illk" break when It A pretty Mile garden is being cultivated al the bock of the school and every boy is given, a chance to do a bit in making tho flowers grow. There is a small gymnasium In the yard and boys who ore desirous of building up their chests Empire' and arms are helped to do >o bv mini in .lifting light weight* under the Under The Evergreen IN TRAFALGAR SQUARE THE little evergreen tree in Trafalgar Square is one of the busiest spots along the wharf. Day after day. men and women assemble there. One will find the barber with his orroitnciil cllonl the laxi chauffeur awaiting a call, ihe idler or the mauby seller Lut m<*: of the activity o.i thai spcl Is creited by wcod cutters. P roe DM standing over Iheir woodhorscsawing up logs of wallaba wow Nearby are a few women or mci who with hatchets and small axev split up the sawn bits in piece i. '..I I. for use by th l Betvare Of Laughter SAYS THOMAS Obiliiur?: 1. It. K.-dnian ruideath ...... rod ai ico' Bowdon W ttiipeit Kednred naorekonl oa thai i its He was B7. Mr. Redman after leaving school Ike firm of Messrs. W L I Johnson At Co. At an early time i'iess ability and this brought him Qultsl It .was the latter part Ot the nineteenth century still and there could be no trifling witn •laiHlards Success in business de i-vnded not BHffOt] OB buOMMOl !" i>illi> but on the maintenance oi high standard of ethici If WOJ thu happy combination which made Rupert Redman rOOpOCtod among his collragues After some years be acquired i Ihe llrn> became Johnson A Redman until (Ins flay a kowekotd name In Doikosloi In prhrato Ufa aft Boidmon w*J %  iv personality, a loving husband, u kind (kthor onfl a firm Mil no Bo Urod to see many In business in Bridgetown ivoM ol .i i em p of businessmen. Among these he v as highly respected, and even when advancing yearn compellc. his retirement hi* advice WOO sought by those who had come into contact with him (u earlier veii He leaves to mourn thcr IBB Mr Borl Itedman still of the firm of Johnson St Redman and one daughter Mrs A C BofflOJ To them and other |0fTOw7ln< relatives deepest nympathy will be extended The funeral took place y00t0Tda< t fln kfattkta* church In HM pnoontO o[ a large i represent at ive Kntherlmr victorv for Empire. The gBaM RupervlBlon of a teacher was played Ot Bi "i' h On Wednesdav the recreational nnd ended on SW On the firs' day the game was played at Hank Hall. Empire batted lirst and ICOrod 231 for eight wickets declared. The boot scores were M. Jones 61, O M Robinson 45 nnd O. Fields 44 For Goodwill Holder took four for g n d 60 in m hours. Norman walker BoUi two for 44 and L St Hill one for 23 At the Olooa of play on the first day Goodwill were 20 tor two With St. Hill 19 not out. Conluiuing at Retreat on SundryGoodwill were all out for 116. Holder topacored with 42 and St Hill 39. Millington took three lor 14 and Frank Taylor four for 31. Empire in their second innings knocked up 66 for seven before declaring. For Goodwill N Walker took four for 18 and Holder two for 11. With only 28 minutes of play left Goodwill went in and were 51 for (OUT when tumps were drawn. -rlli: ST. ANDREW'S Church X Hoys' and Girls' Schools are now being repaired. Work on the Boys' School began last week hour, which is from 2 to S I" thi it taken on the Prinreas Alice ground where nil the boy take par* in football, cricket r ojnitJooi What's On Today Court of Ordinary at 11.00 •da. Mobile Cinema. Bay Htreat Boys 1 i a.i. at 7 30 p.m. l-..li... li.ii:, at Rrvurdevllle. Empire Theatre 8 30 p m. manned by Charles Duke, who ha* boon working on %  % %  The water to the we island Is very deep i each on the north COM the only one to be found, and tomdrimoo bothers from Fontabelle go across by boats and picnic on this coast Sea-eggs In p only can be found in the shallow water and II) divers can be seen around the easl ooarJ PI %  I he', u ret i 1: . i'lay-fi< Id and many boats have al OOdy turned over in this area The legendary shark "Rob Roy" which is much talked about by' local fishermen. Is said to have occup ed these wateis A fisherman told th? .Idiforalc yesterday that he can remembi-i when "Hob Roy used to come up alongside the market in OOOfCn .of carcasses of coves or sheep that had boon thrown into the sea afte being found unlit for human consumption. He sum thai "Rob Roy" wai -MI old that he bad moss on his back. Turkeys, pigeons ami be seen on the island, but these are owned by the" single resident who is carelak*.* of the island. She is Mrs M Whitchead the Girls' on Tuesday j i i ofeM boarded and shingle.! Mi. M. Best is super-j rising the work B MJ.hl'LAINB C.C. suffered thaii urn set back for the! Season when (hev were H-I.MI.I by Sutherland at Sutherland on %  plaute scored UK nnd ^-t while Sutherland mndc 111 and two without loss. R Boyce of Sutherland, who captured eight wickets for 15 runs, was chiefly responsible for ihe collapse ol the llellcplaine side. nmtV FOUCI BAND will be playing for tho "Ravua at the Empire Theatre at 5 o'clock end B-J0 o'clock this everUni TIIE MOBILE CINEMA will %  porlbrmanco at the t Boyg 1 Club room at B o'clock tonight. This is a private show for members of the Club. From the Green, the wood hi taken to homes or little shops in %  treeti like Suttie Street and Ne'gOU Street where it li ottered in nk The housewife gets 5 a poondl l f the wood for 6 cenu This a swod sellei s.i. i w.iv rsaaooabla She had lo pay S3.47 for a quarter ten ci wallaba from the schooner, pay 60 cents for cutting it up at the Green and another 60 cent* lo get it carried lo her home. Women usimi.y buy the woorl from the schoolers and then hire men to do the chopping Whenever a schooner arrived from British Guiana, over a down ol %  them bud around it trying to make bargains. One woman, who was not particular about disclosing her name, told the "Advocute" that she doing that trade for years. "1 made well with it years ago, bu' ys trade is very |iow" she said She explained thaUtha' v..i-; due to the wide use of oi %  tVOOIft Mill llll CASE DISMISSED A CASK brought by the pol.ci charging Halo;, BUlTi I 111 Village. St. J ing the speed limit wl %  the mot i Rock wn i His Wor ship Mi ii A Tauna yesterday. I wa repi Mr. J. E T Uiaiui i .tn I SKI Forde pr< MCUtOd on tehnlf of tin POttoo Evidence wan taken from Cpls Zonal and McCIeun who said that a stop watch trap was set on Black R'-ck road over 110 yard:; in which the lorry pa' < by Bun owes. Mr Brancker pnintrd nut thai the evidence of Ihe n could not be taken as then ami %  BOB*) OOnfuaton about ihe time the onaw Drove Without Licence; £12 Or 3 Months A nm o.* f 12 ti be paid bv instalment In defaun Hire, months' uniuis. posed on Owtl %  %  Cli.1,1man Lane yeaLerday by Hi Worship Mr E A ftleL Small H ing the motor I .1 : %  proper licence. The oflen i September 1 £5 FOR SPEEDING ANOTHER FINE of |9 |. i paid b] or two month* ..! Imposed on <"e Mr II ( %  '... %  oar .'.a di H %  ..> how that ( d : i CHARLES THOMAS British Council guest lecturer on drama told an audience at Wakefleli this wsaak that the %  real •"* I i.a imatours is always to bear m nihid that Ihey are the servant* of the uudlence and that It is only v irnuinrly plSOStnj ttvisv who have paid to see them that they [an derive real enjovment from their work Mr Thomas pointed out thai the common mistake of concentrating on light comedy foi amateurs was due to two misconceptions—firstly that con easiest to play of all dramatic forms, whereas in fact it is technically the most dirnci It, ami secondly that all the a idience l wants is to laaajl ItSOH h-arse. i-iunhier ii UM only farm oil cmotio-ial expression, on tin port "f the audience, which makes a I noise, so the inexperienced are apt | to gauge their emotional effect thu noise of laughtei In (.at what an audience wants I ,,. — the' more varied the better. The most important thing u for the play to be a good one—ihe morg inex'i l ihe players, the greater their need for a good play In which the author will have done half their work for them Mr Tl fully ttW ;(iietlons put t.. him by DMmbori %  Ii.' .indieiiee. many of whom IIT most active in drama In Barbados. SICK SEAMAN PUT ASHORE JUAN BALLESTERO MLLQ, 34 year ol l. wa> htialed here on Wednesday night -hortly after 9 o'-lock by th Ni i ivelaan oil lankei "Ronella" it/* rushed to the donofwl Ifosi itai ruffei i ft seturod tight shoulder and many en.v mm bruises abon* the face H was detained. IVIlo was reperted to h..\ 'alien about six feet from lite boat on the "Hanclla". of wh'eh he is an A.B. The accident 00 eurred ai' aboui 13i> i> m 6) Wednesday when thn "RanolU WOJ aliout 40 mile* off Barbndot The Ranelln" made an emerrane] .all It was on its way tl Norway from Canpilo with i %  il in bulk It left port 'he same nigh for Oslo It* local agents an Messrs Gardiner Aiistin A Co Ltd "CARIBBEE" BRINGS LIQUOR Motor, vassal "Caribbaa" landed So cases of Km. M oases of brandy 40 r;ise. of wnir I ... % i %  . The C,irihl-e" in I ive,| liiirillt the morning from Dominica. Ifi cargo also Incl ud ed supplies o *. copra, candid pool an< The %  li.n'n. .-.I I her < yesterday'i an IvaUi i.... narh fruic, eocoonuta, pumpki n o daarcoal from s taw %  A dazzling smile A Pepsodent smile! .i.i. all THI8 SPOT OF TBAFAI^AH fiQUAKE daily. %  %  a n rigrgrgi %  %  %  UtMAND PURINA CHOWS SMART STYLES IN BROWN CALF (Broguet and Oxfonb) BLACK BOX CALF AND VICI KID OUR WIDE RANGE OF SIZES AND FITTINGS ENSURES A PERFECT FIT. ASK FOR "K" SHOES They Last Longer, Look Better, AND Give Greater Foot Comfort HARRISON'S LOCAL DlSIRlBUrORS jj Broad Si Tel 2664 ;J ,:'.:'.:•*'.;:',;;', -.'. *.',-. 'ss.'SA'Sst***'* teafcuagsftowgH) A v.'.-, ////y//y^/////////////*oe//,v//////////^'''''A, I V lUNSO K 'x' I* LUX Is IS PE %  Per lk>tlle If Ml> .• PUDDINO, I IS no > \\ DATE I I (M h Mil plNl m M &f • sT,\xsvKi.n SHUT at co.. LTD. I CHAIN PURSES The correct ilun.. for Evening wear or adaptable lor ii'-e as rhildrcn's purses. We have them in Silver and Multicolour, and (iold and Multicolour. rice!, from $1.00 to S2.40 CAVE SHEPHERD & CO. LTD. 10, II, 12 & 13 Bro.d Street



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FRIDAY OCTOBER 2, 1910 CLASSIFIED ADS. BARBADOS ADVOCATE TELEPHONE 230g Mil II %  MIMWH -•WertlatM". i '..•anal Mil Jaatr in i.. %  a rwtmur ion S\iK AUTOMOTIVE ITMI miW Apply hM C Bruce %  %  I' I' .1 %  ir"id V*MMi •tnrrt.ead Ltu M lo SO—• %  ii < HWw IB*, mite* M ra**v Dial •8-MTT [ II F. Arafraw* PlenMtto.i St Joseph It. 10 1 . Ion heavy fluty a**** up New n<1 already .oiiditUHied loi dellvwry Dial •*). Courier,. Garag.10 10 SO—Jn BCDTonD 1X19 cwfa delivery Van f" and already ct-iul Honed li deliver) DM MIS. Counwy Oarage ii la so.i. CAJV -Dodce I0J7 Mudrl. 4 good Itre* Hew Battery Apply: Frank WaUiln*. • •• Gaidtrwr. Auatln Co Ii 10 5 Jn noi*;r r,i( .. INI Mod*I in ncrilenl condition Apply to Beroado* Talaptwnt (.'> lid ii 10 10—an. TRUCK Offer, will be i-rill.ig I I V ni on rilib' m i tor nor III Frdml TrucK ,.g*d by rr* Vahtclr nay Courtaay Gr>iF. Wnilc Hi" 1U S ('*•* PJMH MUTulf IIEAISSK — In good !" nJIIMii (V In good work I ii ii orator no I'wm ibl* offer ret iu Dial JSf) D A BKWH, Ul-rk ltr* II 10 M-TT.N MUTX>HCYCIJ VcHxrttp Hedvt L I** i i< On Mew at Bhowrooma Oourteav C.ragr An opportunity .*o ladle* Dial *i II 10 50—Jn ELECTRICAL J i i; c T R i c A lBwuirm-vi Evereaay -iiui Ti.p.< batter IO* Itr oa, I-ii-tnler* Elerlri. Iron* Ti—<-r-. Minute turner, and celling Ilium Emlar Kln-tric.il Co Dial Jill B>. 10 *0—*> IM III II NAI l> Al'CTION W.WTEII I'M.I SltVEN IV., I,., ..... iei>. to f..-r al •f u.. n mitAV Mil, at t_p m ihd. mC hawt rallM 9OAP0iU>* io*i jtur andah. drawing. Iri. fcJ*riday October Mth iii IS-M Vnyduti II HP damaged in err hunt: ill I Mr Ford Prefect DamaiHi by ftr* lair at I p m Term* CASH VINCENT GIIIPTrTH. Auctioneer 13 10 SO—to. REAL ESTATE C.Ofitll utrti.n 3 roof* containing draw. ->i HTIITII raomi. iwu badraotM. a at brrjRtiit room, iliuato at Tudor Brin-a, BI Michael Apply to W I Oiinl C o (tarnee Hiah Street KIMBCil.TiiN Corner of nd HHM Belleville ft Jtn* Rood. % .. Ji't p*lrulin Pnona> IIT) jo 10 S0—ai The prottrtv known a> "The Ma*"" loce". aUtdUK on 5J aquaro fee* • %  ( irxl at Or.mr SIrvot, Sp-lghUUm,n. M Plar Thr above property will be ^ or male by Pubnc Competition at oor *. Jam*. Street, on Friday JTth October. itM. ml 1 p,m FOr innporlloo. apply to Mr C* H %  Jordan, npoiabtitown VFAKWrHiD A rover. Balk kM II10 SO-., %  •I HI II \OIIIIS DANCE NOTRE ONE POHTAI1LK AUI COMPRBBBOR: ''. HP Motor with M praanir* HUde and lank Price I1WO0 Dial RADIO — .1, a tube Phillip, in good condition no reiaonoble offer refund Apply to Mi G-ndlrt Sondford PI-. tatlon. or Ralpli A Maul. Farm Road. SI t>rtlli|i IB 10 SO In URMTITCE CHAIH";--Bturdv. attrriii-r. Wo!<-n Chair. in WnkMn. Mahogaoy ^J "*tural rinlh i W 71 each. O. II<.Wtilri-. Ir Co Ltd. Dial 2H. IT 10 SO— Sn FURNITURE — Office Equipment BMIl MH1 D.LI.I,. rMBMInl -"-. DMH Foolwdp or Leitar Hue 4 drawer Filing Cabinet-. Sleel Stationery Ciipboatdi; C;rd Index Cabinet*: Sleel Office Chnltr. *nd other office equipment now i.i.t..i.iable from etock from T. Gedde* Orjnt Z.td Button Lane Phone 44fl 19 10 50-fln LIVESTOCK COW .Ono )!• Heller old in good roml'. call with fliit calf. MECHANICAL Onrage Dial 43* I una Capacity. Dial MISCELLANEOUS ABnOTT Malt I -. %  Co St ATIONS Hallver Gen. C Ward 19 iQ.ftO—In BUCKLEY'S PREPARATIONS. Cough Miature rt< : While Rub *.!kc Nciliie Kc Horn. Lie. rjag fj Ward A Co. DABV'S CIIAIH "Hh afATTRESS Dial DM TICKET holder* a BH.'ille TennU ( funded of the NOTICE LF HELP will oe oponing on Friday FTth October. Member* are aiked to bring In their oork from Monday Urd Flower* will iiol !• %  accepted before the morning ol lit" :llh Coniigncr* will be paid a* unj.il %  r Friday nth Buboertption* 11.W. II ID v> M, ? .i E.prnenenl MAnk-BlTLER. *,*, reference* Aoplv io w,, T —n Lo.kart.ie Koute BritIoa>a Ccoaa 1 Road. Si Ujchaei ., :u .j ., Qg l ll J Da) m LdnM ... %  :>lal#e of b-okkeop.n....* gMfeaJ ..o-ee. practice afatha aenplao r o eot MtJBTl I l-olom AgnitMISCELLANEOUS All kl Klter thin irpi> Aavoc^tBi ranug.iLI their UrJlhor. Lnel. at M Wo Sine**. New York. 1*. *fe„ USA |, PKIIM/WAfc THE public are ha-reb, named ag-tmt giving credit m fir wlh U1JAN BTAURT me, H.-TMaMl hold myerlf renp.>-il>l.for her .'ci.e co n iru a B u *] anj debt m i my ,>aie uiilena b .im. igned b v.. %  *fOM STUART. Ilrltlnii* H'll. St Michael 1". 10 t fi. YEASTVITE, i THERE"S PAIN RELIEF AND TONIC BENEFIT Ycil — YcfdffViic qiuckiy outh iwiy iBB l i r bfi. ocuni^ia, nerve Bfnl rhcumaiivs-jir.> but ii tfcxs tiMnwhtni cite too! Bccnm -f In Tmh-thle tome pr"P-nie Yei*i Vire helps TUU tufcel bTifhicT, took bcilci. rJccp met. ,-ily nd cn K iv more enerr NEI tune ) JMU want t'J>rt Klicl take YefaR^| Vuc inJ get muc Vtictii loo I HARBOUR LOG SHIPPING NOTICES la Carliil* B.y D a.h M V i..NOTICE %  SEAIJTI tenderi for (he i apian mil i.f the colling of Ibe Bt. Philip'. PtrMn churrh will be received by Ih* under'igned up to tin 1Mb October 1M0 InnirmatkNi on Ih* vypo of malarial required lor ll.li work can be obtained from the Church Warden. D D Garret Eaq Marchneld. Philip W. U OOODHfO. Parochial Tronaurer. St. Philip IT 10 90.-1IJ, OFFICIAL SALE I M -PA DOS W 11 IE ASSIST ^ AlfKAI. %  O.ICAR EZEKIEI. WII.TNIIII^ „_ Defend,."' NirTlt r. B hcrrdv en en thnl ftv %  (MM M HM Aaaiatant ourt of Appeal daied Ihv ll"h flov !• tluaie Wfll tie *et up nU to Uii> highe* InUocr at inv 'inClerk or Hie ApHat-m Alpe.il .t the Court Haute l.i.Ortlowi. iirinwn tho hour, of li i .1 % %  %  %  All ili-l .-ertaiit lur... „( BUecvl land •ItuaWat Marlett.iV tn .... I r*rl.h of Saint Philip ,md KUuil rekiid containing b. Bfbnr... rood ninotewn peTchea <* Iher-aih.tiin abuttinkj .md i-m. Jine on Liiidt Wlltahlr* on land, of A Joru.,, I andof B Rudder on oihrr Uofla T .hr Hid A Jordan on I. road on lanfla nl A Hlle ( ii nd m the public road or however eli* the MM may atout arid boiitid i Uafl II ml ttwti -Id the aaid IH.I,~I'V will bo aet up for aale on every .ic-i reeding Frid.ty betnom Ihe mo' noun irntil tlie tanr la mid lor a aui t \ no! lew than (1310 0 Dated thl. llth day of October II I. V Oil Kn Actli.g Clork Of Ihe AniUni Cu of Appeal NOTICE "REAJJ-D Tender* for the erection cl a Communal Batb and Toilet kn 6BI VlMaaja. BI. ."hilip ; will be nreiveil by Ih* undeTatffned up to la* Jt>th Ortobor IMO Plan, and Bpfl"i-.tion. of aarrar. can bo *n*n frou. toe Ch. Warden D D. Oomer EBB. M_rcliflctd. St Philip. W. 0. OOODINO, Parochial Troawror, at Philip IT 10 MCn NOTICE I'AHfll OF ST ft-Tftt A.i.iiiratrnni (or one or more Vpcant Vnirv BKiilbllion* for (ho Aie.a-drn School will b> receive.I gq %  UTMd up to Wediwulat Not>einb*r I.I MM Application lornu and all parllculara enn bo obtained from Ihe un... -i|nfl H i in* nffUe rtunii* Tue* %  >*<• trom 10 00 am to ion pm, %  ...!. 10 00 II in In I 00 p m • rrotn HI oo dm to it iHwti Signed 0 S COKHIN Dial Mrs. ii : DOOR MAT* Fibre Door Mala H aeveral drugn* MM* .Ire. Price, lion %  a XT up G W. Hutchlnaon a> Co Ltd. Dial *m IT 10 90—in OATOR ROACH HIVES Baft. Eaay lo u*c. long '-lory. Only your* .•i. mid iaini| nno • %  '.!mry a limited quantity Get iw Knight. Ltd All Blanche. II 10 60. In HORNER'S PREPARATIONS Malllcvol •/-: Carnol 5'-. Calaol 111; Mgaao) 1 -. Inlantol %  /-, Faronnl ft Feronol F 15 10 —Tn Geo. C. Ward ft Co Mnjl STEfEI. SHEETS in VUMUI •ire* from 1/EI to U, Alao Oalvantre I nail* Enquire Auto Tyre Company. Trafalgr Strep Phone MM II 10 90-1 f n I IA NO —One Orand Piano by Roger*. n<. vn ol the Barbado. Choml I %  O.ter* In wrIUng will be racatvad bv Mr Gerald Hodwo. %  Hill. Phone No JMU SQUIHRS PREPARATIONS Cod Llv Oil I'Sulmefrin Calcium Oluconal Glycerine Suppoalloriea 3,1 Oeo t Ward ft Co. IS io SO.-ft SAIX — Among; other Item*, we aMI Khaki at 50c pe* yd noVAI. UTiiHl 14 10 BO— Jn. TORCH LIOHTB-.TW'o Ceil Torcn Light* complete wllh ballerlet Hl.*ir and Chrome cam Only ll.1T each II W Hutchlnaon A Co Lid Dial am IT 10 50—3n TINNED FRUrT Paar*. Peaeha*. Prune*. Aprirot., Frull BaJad n.cod I'lneapole W M Ford Dial MB JS Ri-*buck Street Kill HK.Vr BUNGALOW Fully furnuhed badroom Bungalow newly built cool locality IW mile* fr. Available for period of II let Deeemuor i nent Phone 44TO. town 1)^ .lUpniritS 10 to 4n FRFJiJANL-s available Nov.,, C A Moore. Afffati FLAT To A I. MM fU per mooth plu* fan no for UM V D Clinic. 2 The .'in-iiiitmem "II rake plan from BHh March IMI i Application .latlng age .md quail l-cbtlona ate, rmirt be lorwjroei to the undrrMfncd b> JaruMa-y MB 1091 4 Fnr further particular* iippit 'lo Ih* undormlgnod al Ihe ofhie duTuenbaya from UM am to J M Thursday* from 10 N am lo 1 00 Saii'i-dav. from 10 00 a m v II noon IHirVilOMI VACANT SCHOLARSHIPS <.IRIs FOUNDATION st limit There are on* or more vacant Found* Uon Schularuup* at Ih* ChtUI Church Girl*' Foundation School Applicant, mull tie hildirn of Parent, residing In Ih* Pari.h of Chrttt Church and who ar* in %  Iraitenod clrcumjtanee* The applicanli mint be between Ih* age* ol 10 year* • montha and It year* on th* day of Ihe examination which will be held by th* Haadmlatreaa at Ibe School on Friday STih October al %  to Form* of application ran be obtained from the Secretary. W If Anlrobtn. Itll Ion Hou*e, Bay Slrorl. Those form* mu.i be returned a c aompanlad by a baplumal certificate to Ih* Secretary nol later tluin 4 pm on Friday Meh October W. H. AMTROBUS. Bee Oov. Body. Girl.' Foundation Eel—.! llOSS-ffn ENTRANCE EXAMINATION (.nil FOUNDATION i until. An Entrance Ekainli.atlon lor th* Scnool Year January July IfrSl will be held at Ihe erhool on Friday ITth Oetobei i'-'.i al 110 a.m. Application* will be .-<-elyed up to Friday Mth October by 'iiHeadmlatrraa and mu*t be accompan tod by a luiatlaraal eartlBeate and a te.ti monlal from the r1eadml.trari ol Ihe %  ***, ..tii.nl attended by lb* pupil Applicant* mint he between Ih* age* ..f I year* and 11 year* on Hie dale of Parent* or Guardian* accoii panylnf Ihcir daughter' or ward, are hereby notified that there It no accommodation for them at the school on the date ol th* *amlnation and that th* mm nation ol applicant* will n.it i*rt until they leave %  I... (...ii-.... W H ANTROBUff. See. Oov. Body. Olrla' Foundation School. MALTA Ci tlev.j.1.. for the inontnt %  iiJarr and January hop.. MiI Werfherhead Dial KM II 1 0to Be Wise . Advertise TO-DAYS NEWS FLASH WALKING STICK* S/C A 4/fi al ElKlUi A.li and ChtTTJ ( Ml l:( IIUAKDEN PIPES TWIST DRILLS—All Six* •t JOHNSON'S RTATIONEIY •M IIAKII1. .HI OFFICIAL NOTICE llAllllAIX>e, IN Till. ASSISTANT COURT Ol APPEAL E %  i *ble j :. li.\NK UFM'IS Wll.T-lMlnl tiM-All EZEKKt. WU.TSHlrlT. IN BIBJIIIHIgl of iourl In the above %  i-. made ..-i — daj of Oclober IBM. I give all ner*ono Having any aa.tr intcre.1 in or ... Ii*n ae Ini e an-ectin* All t-ial certain . T a. parrel of land ailiutr larleyvale in the aaM parUh of Raj.>t, I aloreaald coniamingF 11 you arc worrtcd about I it health, give him a tood • --jrarof ScvenSeaS Pure l A RUBBER FLOOR COVERING In 4 BEAUTIFUL PATTERNS 3 FEET WIDE £> $3 SI Yd. SLITABLE FOR BATHROOM, PASSAOE Or MOTOR CAR MATS Elc. CALL AND SECURE YOURS EARLY Ir.tevB*. VAIaT •Vh BL_ -.1 F Burma Star. Sri *. 'Er-*... AAIae M an M V rtaeruo..* M atavt aet. K S W aneW •X1M aw** ne*. riiBtlaaiea. from Carapatu M V CartbtM*. IM btna net Comaftaea Dam.., IRTPARTURBS S • IWetla. .RM ion. net. Kn.tlansen. foe 0.I0 arh cyil n raaji O T| ion. aet. Otlvievrw, for St Vmeant Sen Balqueiw. *t •<., aaa Kong, lor M VleaBJ Seh M**Hv Jl J**.*. i„„. >Mr t Caaa Clauda n for Dummira H V ABhetb... ata BBM aet CB: Ceeh 'a* Trinidad Sea we 11 AKRIVALS 11 11 M 1 Frnw. TRJNIDAJI Erne*. Rmith linn Ramirai Kathleen Katwki FWa HadMy Parti* Howard Blpadi fterva Eima Rarra E.Blne Barnard Nonnan Keilv. leeth Moor* William Or— n Lury Call Robert Cain Camteri Horn* AMnanr" Hoyoa. From GHJXAOA Jam*, rather* Maria Tata.. Henri Ab*anaun i.nith Frah — a n t aw->ocuh Laaanard Taaiar DBrARTt'RKS BV %  W I A a. For TRINIDAD B Owaucfe tlaaaaaa Da Nafenaa laobiAgiuado Umi Graari A"dre*a Cl-rlaUaa P.ii.l. Mwatrda Keruaeii Brrwerd.(\uoal (CRriei. J.i*epl, Her r*ra Edward Ho-d Frederxk I'lar muni, CWIton Harru. 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Friday. October '1 1S0 Barbaras autineate •*> 3 5 CENT a *? Gaitskell New Chant ejlor Of Exchequer I/.S. Troops Smash Into Pyongyang lighting Grim Street Battle (By JULIAN B il I 8) OKYO, October 19. .. MKKK'AN and Suuili Kun..n fraofi today stormed bate ^^ the North Korean capital. sViiiti;' ,,n k> through a apin;.: Iiule ham mo red iii the clty/a southern defences, h grim street fix h tiny with suicide .quads they MNVlralN deep into the town, Soerheun\ •* the American First Cavalry Division entered Pyonjjyunu from south just before noon. Three hours later the Sou.h Korean First Div'sion broke in from the southeast. — — i'.oi.i I i.es reached the laclory a t ol taaooaa im-er who FttDa around )'yong>aiig. their way through the Oauu irerteh ind the blocnJii Technical Hitch Causes Confusion On Eve Of Opining 0/ Tdad Leg. Council f\Ji\ i -\s£ -orn An BKMU.V tHtfj arose uu It* i V WL toinoriuM' oi uuit luuve UHiueu UoU (OOMI.UII.-ll It wa* oisctn eral years oiu Unit non (jru induce anc Council -lain... C* pt .., UCt, 1!*. aigou ann UliuuU .-mi.-.ler ii i new that the sevsnpai Uorpovauie touny .m.oitr. member* of tne Muim'i>4 Bad Counij (OUIUHN UOiUiii* UtuOOb OI WUOBU' mant unaar UMI *-i-n. Memwr* ol trie Legulaiuic win laaaMM %  •alary of a. ttuu annually. Ten ciccteo. members are aflected, including ine mayor Noimuii Tang ol fori-ol-spam. Mayor Roy Joseph of San rernaiido. and Mayor Cnarles Netto of Anma. II is understood tnat Governor Ranee today cabled tiie Secretary ol State for instructions. The Governor told a conference of legislators that Government w prepared to introduce Indemnifying legislation to October ?0 only. Much confusion prevail* regarding the legal technicalities and the effects of the development on the election of live elected members to the Executive Council tomorrow. Mayor Roy Joseph and Councillor Aahford Sinanan announced their resignation from the San Fernando Borough Council. It 1H expected that most of the others will resign from the local bodies. Mayor Netto, it is announced, will not be taking the oath tomorrow, pending development*. (Four Butlerites are affected. There has been much adverse criticism of this eleventh-hour discovery of the provision.., in the Ordinance. They icpeatediy Called m fighter plane* to rocket | |* nitbung defended Pounded from the air and harii" %  lank ."in nniillrc, the wooden houses of the ancient city md burned a* attacker* tYiignt their way in agar.itt Mavj %  A in eric ii n s were constantly pouring in mine men QmHlgh the Opening: m t.ie city's perimeter They were moving in to the city undajj crackling sniper Bra I Iroin rooffbps and in the face of heavy resistance from machine Huns behind barricade* Aiaartcan iroopa trod down barrtcades killing North Koreans in bloody skirmishes along the city's narrow streets While American flr*t caYatrj division and South Karaam went fighting In the streets of Pyongyang, the British Commonwenlth Brigade and the American 24th Division were reported tonight ir the outskirts of the city Thev left the main road to n| from the south to make a wide sweep through Port Chln| miles tt> the southwest and then raced up the ChinnampoPyoiiK.vaim highway—Beater. U.K. SHIP OWNER COMING TO W.l. %  From Our Own Cor n sgo w— wt> LONDON. Oct 19. Mr. Edmund Honnay Watts. director of Watts Watts L Co.. Ltd., London, shipowners, is now on his way to Trinidiid He Is supposed to be interested in the possibilities of starting uu anEastern Caribbean to U.K. cargo-passenger service. Hh company already have ships running to Montreal and a'so to the continent of Europe. He will also visit British Guiana. Mr. Luke, the Managing Dil tor of Watts Watts & Co.. Ltd.. would not comment this afternoon on the suggestion that his Company arc interested in this new service, but I am told authoritatively that there definitely Is something in it A Woman'8 Place, 1950 NEW YORK. Women should be called up. even for combat service according to one of them. Mis* Sarah Hughet., president of the National Federation of Business Women. One of Miss Hughes's reasons — more fathers might then be able to stay at home, look after their children and prevent such u break up of homes as happened daring World War II. NEW W. GERMAN PRESIDENT BONN. Oct. IB. The West German Bundestag (Lower House) of Parliament today ejec ted a.^ it* new President Dr. Hermann Ehlers member of the ehristain Democratic Union and a leading prolestant layman. There were no other candidate* for aUctlOo and the House voted by ballot. Enters succeeds Dr. Koehler of the same party who went on k-ave last July owing to ill health and will shortly take a consular appointment, probably in Australia, —Renter. HOI I "4. APES" AT SIVUII I Minister Of Justice May Head ^~ New Cabinet IN ISRAEL TEL-A-VIV, Oct. ID. ptesKMQt Chaise Wabaaiaeai today asked the Progressive Party Uader Pmahs Rose.iblueth to try to form a new Israel Cabinet. ar..Liue,.i. Minister of .. M*l .'i ii.r cabinet of the out%  Mhf Prune Mim*ter David BenGurion. was considered the most 'ididate for a %  •IWMU-SI" Pr anti ar iu attempt to solve the present crisis. White haired Labour leader Ben Gunon told ITeMdcnt Chaim Weizmann on Tuesday of his failure to overcome the en i coalition Government had resigned 11 < HUM tne powerful orthodox rei L'lous bloc refused to support the I'lemfeT's plan for a broader Cal met His subsvguent caretaker Govrnment lost a vote of confidence earl> yesterday on the Premier'* proposal for a seven-man Cabinet hold office until elections could re held Dr Rosenblueth who is 63 was born In Berlin At one time he as the President of the Zionist m in Germany In Israel, since 1931, he has been President of the Progressive Party nee Its inception He I 'f of Justice in the provisional Oovarnanaol of Israel from May 48 until early last year A writer in Hebrew. English d (Jprmnn. he has been a freuer>t eo'-'rlt-'i^to loel and fore'jm newspaper* — Reuter. U.N. Forces Could Have Been Pushed Into The Sen (By DIM AN iiiiiu-i i: TOKYO, Oct If American military men here said to-day that even limited %  n or Chinese intervention in the first weeks of the Koraan war could have pushed tne United Nations forces into the sea There had never been any indication that either power intended to intervene these sources emphasised but the result was seen as a big psychological victoi> for the West against the world of Communism. High sources said neftbrr Russia nor China could at present take effective measures to help Koreans even If they wished. The Russians lacked manpower and the Chinese air power in areas permitting a quick switch to 1 Korea. Though Russia and China together had both manpower and air power, this source said they %  mill not coordinate ttaata efficiently without a great deal of preparation and intensive tsnining One American military man the latest information here that China had about 300.000 tMops in Manchuria with a fourth army of some 60.000 men located e region of the Yalu Rivertho border between Manchuriu and Korea. An American military authority id if the Chinese tried to move these troops across the Yalu River thout air support "it would be e of the heaviest slaughter m history "—Reatsr. U.N. To Protect Holy Places LAKE SUCCESS, Oct. 19. A plan to scrap the intemalonulifdng of Jerusalem and to oncentrate on protecting the Holy 1 .lies is to be put before the Knited Nations General A I iccordln^ to usually reliable lources here Sweden. Holland and Canaca. have drafted it. w uti to wei the Governor or High r. 'oner to prated .' -. -e .tadan and Chi %  :> MMIOIIII IIIIM'S Cripps Resigns Three Dead In Florida Hurricane JACKSONVILLE. PI Oct IV High tides tore " Horl i %  iiifiag und seawalls on Thursday D j I IM haun after a hurricane rQiPari UN leng!h of the st..te .. I I •<*i\ to squall size ma it nto (ieorgia Three I "d In ""' i low PiBaert) issd etep damage WSJ W*s1 up in the million* m lollars The toeee of lb IT steadily from the I l.mUa to hour punch it handed Miami >n Tuesday at ntid-ntght. Mill it was the worst m yean f." DUUUJ nortii and asoini Plertaa titles Thursdays lam icane an %  kauj mllej ..( Uu ast coast n-.il beaelus N.n men .in i vfJUan vaiuoteeri worked itirouSh i w nigtil to Muulbiig MawaUs and hunt houses Amm NI wuiei alreed) bad torn away tiU CltJ d" ks and one %  saUaa oi Ihe siawall odlaise.i Many roods und bridge* were under water. In three South Florida counties ward and Palm Beach. %  tana damage was tontalh il) estimiitod at 5.000.000 by chlel storm forecaster Grady Nenen | it weuld rise as mon BasBplato reparti BUM "• News paper eaUmates were as high as J6.000.000 for Kie.itei Mlum alone — SIR STAFFORD CRIPPS. former CksacaUor of tie Excbsqasr has raslgnsd. Frenchmen Tribute Dead Comrades A* the openintf of the dobntton [ndO-China i" ttM Kirnch National Assembiy today SpealMT Eduurcl HI'MCI paid tribute to French forces fighting in Vietnam and to the war dead. All uepiitics Including Conmunttui remainnd lUndlrtfl during Harriot*! ii ibute. Tlu first speaker m the deIsle was Pierre Judge {Communist) who asked that peace negotiation* be opened immediitsiy With Ho Ch Mmh leadei rtmlnh rebel raraaa Rlghtwing Deputy Freden-i %  istocked 'i' ''"'' %  %  MBt'l piilii v in Indo-t'hina MM) tald that rreach forces there wen ladring retnl equipment and money 'During my recent 'rip HI Indo-Chlna representatives of the rugb Commaad told ma Inai Fi-eitch war material w,i-„l'l,.ged" Dupont said. h' Mini l)i fence Minister E'lmond Mn i'let lupporb eial de ',. '.'Miment of "bldlUI 'tilth hrOBl THE MODERN AGE NEW YORK There is a waiting list ol 1B.000 AincrtcAlis uho waul upon the llrst intcrplanel ro.helship. A Neve York museum, which • e bookings", agknowich one with n |Bttej Q lB| insofM delayi i % %  %  i %  %  i i be assigned. Two Imprisoned tor Murder VENICE, Ort 19 i ,v,, Venltlana, one ; gondoUeTi havo bean ami t" prim for life for inurdeiing %  woman With in axe. hacking her in two and dropping her bod) in a lagoon In %  11 link The Court last night ordered i Uti Lull Sard!, aged M>. shall spend the tint three %  ronflnsmsfrl The prosecution alleged that SertfJ and Haiioleme*o Tomn ntlced HI. woman Linda Cometo, i black market eigarett i to Tana*! house la April 1947, killod her. cut her in two and put her In th. trunk which Sardi Ul the 'agoon II aoaid ol a, The) laarehed her bag anc sDthlni but found only LONDOrT, Oct. 19. CIR STAFFORD CRIPPS has resigned his post as Chancellor of the Exchequer because of ill health, it was announced tonight. He will be succeeded by Economics Minister Hugn Gaitskell, who is due back in London tomorrow from financial talks in Canada and the Umt*d canvS_ -nd Mr .he ^^^^^K&tfg -fvhlle the Chancellor had on two and a half months %  Sir Stafford, in returned mu cek from the eonUnew he u n derweol i reel erne n Swiss nursing home Doctors hen MU| thai despite s rest he has n ifflcieritu from %  l ed IA. %  ...nlmcrH.il fnedi %  men who adto) luni thai gnoa %  full from werii Tonight tin Chancelloi %  d all nl> etif^jtinento. He win Idh,. ., %  ., vovaH with Lady Cnpps. who it s un played a bit perl la t*rsuadlng •r husband to resign. The lellei of re Sir Stafford wrote to Prune Hln, ml Attlce was publish SHI tonlghi II %  the flreotest resVet that for .i reason known to >"' %  -md to if laade public toodei you %  of the post of Chanthc abtchequer "Though n % rtatgnaUoa Is univoidable I would like to take Ihis opportunity of emphasising ny continued strong support of he l.ahnui Part) and the Labour rnaM (nunlry's Welfani beUev* uSel then oonttiiu• in powei Is %  baolutaly essenllll no.ooo frontl „ ouch .en wh Six Arrested In Search For Arms 'i plan is practical! of As*emblv approval aurhuj !*".< j' M -. sseton. the -.I'M. said. I^ist year's attempt to internationalise the Holy City was flall> raja ted I I h lea f enl 'dan wt"-e troops hove letvj the nt> Under the new plan ar %  Jb l l would be made t i .ichievt pseti disarmament M an arms reduction on both sides The aim would be limply *'n. rma peacetime tniUtar) i I ibUstiment The plan to concentric United Nations )urtsdiction on Bob Places was first proposed by the Netherlands and Sweden in 1949 but failed to win the And i upport.—Reuter. China Protests Vgain On U.S. Bombings LONDON. Oct '9. Communist China hi pctest to the Unite! Nation/ against the ^reeurrenci of violations of the Chinese oil by American military olanes" according 10 a Twas Aaoncy report from Peking The pn>tos aliened that Oc:rher 13 and 14 planes "repeatedly Invack territorial air to reconnoitr-" SICILY. Oct. 19. Six people have been arrestoo nd IS otnea %  for quesfter ;i unic eaarch in 1 %  if Sicily, the polici %  nncajDced to-day. About It police took part in the i -(> whit ii i %  overed gun. 1!' i.<: nn'i-tank ''I hand %  Earlier io-da> poll • on th peninsula On I nrkisli nortn r ountr) by [ntrnlzbuj (pa i luatton-" The rece-nt withdrawal hTOOl French outposts t. N Vietnam glOOg the VietnameseChinese border allowed rebel, real mq i,. tatd, i Wing'i Follow U n i the poHe' f In I inns with ';. He t'hi Minh. Th. was adjourned until bib —Reuter addition lo their 1U> Ifa % %  - oared ti pay Un tymbaUa damages to the family of the dead woman. 'i... mink with the in-iy m ii I three yeurs ago. Botl men hail already been given 111"' ranteoce lor auudec ba *vw's iiolitaiv court in I'adua Hut or %  ppaal Ihe IteUen ii/ahi Court ban decided that the military' court was not competent tad ordered the caw should be re trie.| bv the Venice Asslsea. Reuter. SltM k |>ing Sickness In Vienna A rscont poili.it of tha Rt Hon Hugh QaltflkeU, C B.F Henih*r of Parliament for tb Bouth I,rr.l-. Division of Yoik-hirt I ii MI refill Troops Sent To Training Camps In China I'AKIS. Oal 18 The French I'remier RatM 1'leven in the debate on Indi-cliin.. in the National Assembly to-day '.ml il xeeined established that the last of the 211.000 uteurgeni Uroop had been sent to bratluni campi i iatod in china )ust beyond tin tmrder The 1'rm Mini U i Mid thai ii was his CMvanNsssati policy to n.ntimic to drfend Noitli Indochina and h* defended die French withdrawal from a series of outpost* along the Chinese fronUar, The existence t the. i>osthad not prevented Vietnam Insurgents from leceivuiri supplies QinUnlSt China .n increasing (juantltics Caobang nenr the Chinesithe enemy was in close th his bases which are Invulnerable because the) %  bi hind the Chinese fion'ii i I %  Id —Renter £52,000,000 BALANCE IX)NIX)N. Oct IH City eRpertl here to-day sugges 1 Hint the favourable balance l*.K trade of £52,000.000 for All first half of this year has conn about largely as a result of th Tradings of Hr tlh Oil Companil i.ii to the rutura walfere oi our rnuntry and of 'hi wofid "f shall I" i mil expect—to resume worl 11 the end of a Attlce | rapi) v aid: "I hope hat a year's' rest will reslore you to you* full vigour, and that we shall then l-c able to well oine vou back for a further petlod to the .ountry "It Is clearly impossible to disregard your doctor's opinion. "I need hardly Urll you bow great U the loss to the Govern ment which your rel.-ement entails. "For the last S year i vou have taken a leading part In our counsels and have borne a tremendous burden, a greater one than any holder ef rout ornra The Prlrae Iflnlftei tonight told King QaefsW ,,,tl Siy,h of the : %  11'signatiun. Mam people m Britain — not only l^imiir ru p portere look on Cripps ah the man who pulled Britain out ol bat ejcofawnlc abyss > On page 3 Yttli Tiir. ADV'K'ATE Tiir, Nl ' King 3113 Day or Nutht ser TIII; AI>V4CATK fAVS FOR NKWN IB. Twelve c Lethargua, i Soviet Movement* rounds oi perfei condition as well anti-tank cannons and grenades. Keulei VIENNA. Oct ise*. nf KncephalitU type of sleeping slck. d".-.,'h i.ite up tn 31. per cent have been reporited her the tlrst outbreak of the dis I nee 1927. re !>" being made o %  w drur" dlseovere-" Utce 1911 A leading Vrniic: %  dOOtOr, de thai *"e outbreak we b p ieiini proportion .ill 1 It would probably yield t' r of tns'mer.t. 1 %  m ea e were n I hare ro • whh h It I i I Franco Will \ Igil Canary Islands MAIMUD, OM ia QeneraJ Pranoo %  today for a 10-dt.y VIM! to S[ I We %  V I He was iccOmi wife Dona Carmen i co. mtortot Gui./alcz. MiiH-tei ( ,f indn".' %  i • %  I took off in %  fou r. ut —Reab-r ANKAKA, I Highly i am toad Reulrr S'i\ iet broon i .akmg i I'urkts Ironiiei area. Tne BflU I iBtd V (peculate eotheal .i Kish army and %  foment The !>< li..,i Ah Ronai troop movemenu on %  tlve ami utterly untru . nbli railroad and highway In nige OtiuN i ould be bum The pi po-e.i lype, Bridging The Strait Of Messina NEW YOliK •>! IS Plans for the first budge link ilTg Italy With Sicily across the Strait of Messina have been OOCfl ptol %  forwarded lo U* D H Steinman. ;, New York anfllnaar, announced. Steinman said here ye*l*rda> was that he had prepared '.ne plans %  %  ..1 the ntly %  .i ni Beerter. TKU HOLE suddenly opined yastsrday sftnrnoon st Beawrll. on a small Toadway Just off the old runway Airport staff walking over to tha firo Ambnlanca -addaaly saw part Of the road fall In quite near to where they were walking. Tbe hole is aver two feet lu diameter and has an unknown septa. Up to hyhort tuna ago heavy tracks being ased on th* constroctloa of the new runway used thi. road frequi-nUy. Tha hols has been circled with large stones and there Is s rod Rag of warning flying nearby Faroiik Goes Home ALEXANDHIA. Oct Ifl King Farouk arrived here today in his yacht Fnkhr Ei after his European holiday. • i A petition from all op| They had crossed from Koraa into. parlles warning or the del Llaotung provtoce. This "provocative action" the protest added 'the Chinese [.eople absolutely cannot tolerate." Taaa report said that the Chinese" Minister for Foreign Affairs Chou En-La i had lodged the protest with the United Nations Secretary General Trygve Lie—Beater. 'nation-widrevolt'' awaits hii The royal yacht wa^ • into the harbour here hj dawn by two King's arrival was at I request a quiet one The King was expected to receive Nahas Pasha "and members of his a"d Uike It back cabinet later today —Reuter l DESTROYER SALVAGED QsWOA. Oct. l Italian salvage vessels yesterday raised the 1.880 UN destroyer "Bermuda" (rum th • liittom of U had been sunk by its captain : into German hands during the war. The destroyer was captured by h a v 'itiavlB early m U> revloualy Iw^n the Yugoslav Navy'l tlngshlp. Yugoslavia in 19(0 refused the offer to let her BBivage 'he vessel her navy. —Reuter. %  % %  135 metre* in said that tha n di naaa "f I.Wai metres would be Utc lengest In the world —Reuter. More Control On Rubber WASHINGTON. Oel 19. The NetfcyaaJ Production dissatisfied with e.irlni Abet ba %  d it will issue shortly %  sharper order to curtail UM b> Hirers. The order will limit the amount of natural rubber consumed in r, I>ecember as well athe lOtel amount of new synthetic nnd natural rubber N PA adWilliam Harrison said /^TS*^^^^ -v^ytcA^ GOLD FLAKE



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PACE FOUt BABBADOS ADVOCATE FRIDAY OCTOBER 20, 1*50 §]!! The Shy Shah Says "No** Land Of No Newspapers No Railways, No Banks FrlilM k. Ik* *. • P*. 114 1—4 -L "<.J| Friday. Ot-iubt r -*t. %  '. %  TO-IIAY unctl will be opened by the Governor. Sir Hubert Ranee. !(•*; %  will be protein, amon^ them the deputy speaker of the Barbados House of Assembly, to witness tin*, historic con %  To-day Tr.nidad aligns itself with those colonies which have a majority o members In the representative Assembly. In addition, Trinidad will have a' Quasi "Cabinet." The Tnnidad Constitution u mimbtr i>f nofntnn'.ci members and this > opposition by the ntOM leli-winy element in Trinidad polities. i ections which were held on September 18th were preceded by a M violent and virulent as any scene within the area. One hundred and forty two candidates sought election for la seals jnd in the melee whirl; .iro.se there have beer. tftl charges ' I corruption and intimidation. In tl the party led by Mr Butler '.. Matt, forming the grentest single party in the Council. Mr. Butler cannot be regarded at a statesman who has the necessary qua %  leadership which are so sorely needed in West Indian islands in the prescm day. His appeal haa been largely to prejudice .-oil to thfl dissatisfaction en gendered by the poverty winch %  | throughout the West Indies. The cominations, however, which have been in "' by his Excellency, The Governor, will du much to maintain a sense of balanct moderation in the new Council. Mr Butler has already threatened the Governor with the dire results of what will happen if his rights are not recognised and if he is not accorded the power and position which h? considers that leadership of Ins party entitles him to. Progressive West Indians look I to the day when a Federal Government will embody the aspirations of the people for West Indian unity, it is therefore inevitable that all the people of the area should take to-day an especial Interest in the men and women who seek the favour of the electorate and who succeed in ruling elected to the Legislative Assembly In these islands. While they welcome extensions of the franchise and more liberal constitutions they cannot but feel certain doubts when the conduct of so many would-be legislators leaves lo rn.icli to be desired. It may bo that the difficulties flrUril now attend the politic!* in all the |fl and territories of the area are incident, l and •neacapubla to the development of political consciousness and political understanding 'jmoug tne broad masses of the people. It is to be hoped that they are no more than the birth pangs of West Indian democracy. At to-day's opening of the Coum I the representatives of other islands will be there to represent and convey the good wishes and great hopes of the entire area to the Legislature and people of Trinidad. TO-MOHHOW TO-MORROW Barbados in the person of its Governor. His Excellency Mr. A. W. L. Savage will remember a British Victory over the French off Cape Trafalgar one hundred and forty five years ago. In a quiet ceremony at eight o'clock Hlfl Excellency will lay a wreath on Nelaon'i monument. Barbados has always honoured Nelson almost as a West Indian and certain!) ifrea't Englishman. His marriage to the daughter of the President of the Council of Nevis, his stations in St. Kttts, Antigua and Jamaica are only additional reasons for revering his memory Barbados will remember with sadness the news that the British Government bad ceased to provide for Nelson's descendants two vears ago by an Act of Parliament. So'long as memory lasts the it Innd which built Nelson a statue even before IM enormous edifice was raised in Trafalgar Square, London, will alwayi remember a great sailor with gratitud %  To The Cover Girls B> KIWI III HA4AII.AY TCHBLAN line month, J*.. i urn tlu IM!*I- .>( UiShah of I' in i of looking for %  mj in .ii,. mil u I i m uol ( mibli' Moslem princesses. He dj .it wag said io marry i commonrr. i ml* of Teheran %  A the head o' this 30-year-oll .. ftp Week by week the nu.gtif.ine. have been %  .ig in Persian or Arabtii ieii marry Ha wilt be no iMteian Ihce-ahop r.rl. photographer* model specialising in Arabian %  ft ... % %  am • >Ln Ian Embasai) n %  together — once And no more wag heard ot hrr until anfl crughl tlu plain to Teheran Ujgf •vcek-end lo become engaged. Her escort, was the Shahs eldest sister Princes* Cham. whom th e Shah hart sent to bring N'iraya to Persia. They travelled v :' trunk-loads ot Paris models Court circle^ say that t Is a love m;itch. and %  hnndscme ton pie they will make. Soraya with her black hair, Hark eyes and i VJI i-omplexlim. itie Shah gocvi look-, und classic trunle of his rare. M :-.r.'her WHS '.ennsn. a | tl 'I in Swlt:• iland. CfMagwk'aj fjajej irs briaatn b Is th n and inUi i ree lliiup rwerMI landowncit form rul tii lass . DM Unadem t a cent .< i lie in himself the son %  f i Cogsaek army captain i re :>rded in 1 11*1.1 aX JHtltt.i %  : | -11, >' I .1 b cause il r hi powi .(.illy alU-d wHI T'-ie li. ... Shah They Bvi rtrategleaUy important ol south-weal Persia The Shah s rich. From i '. I her. llene. p. .i success, and was 4 •%  rived two years ago. HI dnughler. ins gftoor THK Shah n cpiiet, even thy man. and i ii %  Sertngga of his father seems Io have descended lo his twins, Princess Ashraf. lie who ha* constantly i I !h r Shah of the necessity of securing the throne with for dM succession can'PUNCBM STAB' .a tnember • <1 fie of IVrrto. 1,-,-aUhy "300 FoiniliPS,"' hm been chosen as second u-ijV uf Hie Shah of Persia They Why princess? Her lather is a •hie/ aid her name, Soraya •nemii itnr IVfigfi Ihi SJ I met Soraya sh %  gjg| If /'. T.J.e il Is pointed our tjiat the Sha) lid not consent 'n her enoaopif before Iher flnnce's C'Turt ind ihc uppt I %  %  | i.-ly ft %  option. One thing l almost certiiii (ho Shah'b choice will have* (it come 'town through the fei ;.rs ,hc amiUny I sMer Ashrnt me in Persia. ftg twin pr ncesc. otherwise ii So to-day Soraya looking n will hear .ibout it Ex-Queen Fawzia and the Shah lltllg like Ingrid Bergman—meets London Kxpr.ss Service. CAMP£Y'S COLUMN goes on tour and brings back news from Europe o/T. V. Fever )£42aminute shows bring Germany back to the T.V. picture, says George Compey. A television system With onl> one -(ereen has just in Hamburg Tin arar-tlma hunker, or air-raid shelter, and members <<1 lh pubUc are Invited In to see the programmes This Is the first step towards providing Germany with its i.: I II typlflM the interest ihai is being taken In television throughout in VIMIS I have paid to Germany and Holland nus weak; In talkI have had with officials from the radio stations of other countries, one thing Is Hear Bunpe is Infected with TV fever and the ; great success of llrittsli taUhflglon watched and applauded in Berlin by experts from many countries .1 wall %  ) 'I" i -harpened the determl nation vision GKKMANY: Impatient The service now being operated by the NorthWest German Radio from Hamburg Is experimental: it Is hopen that a public service will begin next siiiinriei ot autumo This will not be ail elaborate service. For the tfivrin.ms have lo GOUBl their Dents, niniirks carefully. eiiiiMHte that the days in the week. most—bought, to many people',. minute of telerUion will cost In addition to their ordinary Indignation, from the Gcrman-s£42 eompnred radio licence of tl. viewers will j a being set up at Louik 20 mllgg n \" U "J, 0 ,W mm !" *?•** to pay \ 101 ye And Irom the ultni-modern radio The Hil.Cs TV for some time the service will I* .i-uion nt HUvi -icfhintf restricted to Copenhagen Th „ broadauUng societies will nwWAII In Three Years pay for the prugrammes uurlng Most crestfallen man 1 saw tho ex|H-rinient..i (H'linl ,in ( | .i ng Mr. Kristlan Lange. of the. commercial Imn i DTOVldln| (ho Norwegian Slate Radio. While he equipment. This lirm has already nd learned about, the launched its own TV on a "closco in Holland: but the Id only shrug his shoulders. Government have not yet allowed reg see." he said, "ice hare television sols to be made or mountains." bought. Mountains, the greatest enemy Mam question for the Dutch to .... of TV because of the direct answer u. whether, with only break off because the equipment courtp it uhM> BUrTOUnd both was taken to Russia ^^ and Bcrgen Norway's two So now they are ^Kliining chlrf (Hl)ea Bul lhc ,dca of a from scratch hoping to find the NorwcKlan TV mvwv h„s not money and the subscribers The |>wn cnljr ,, „,,„, ou -p^aps rac'io indu t-y hu utuSartafceo to (|| t h % %  make the receiver, nt I-tween M (In in aroun u'trh il peg broadcast in (i. service Vorka Ilk,£20 a miniiie. Germany has more cause to be Impatlenl tor TV than any other n.untiy on the Continent, for uy had a working ^SSSST system before the war True exciting developments in TV he cirru.t" there were only a thousand „„„,,, MI „ „ h „.„ KU .,,.,.,la. !" ^. n „„ receivers in Berlin. But the service *TM there, There wus no opportunity to take up where the caused the Germans Hcenc nig to th< uppor< C50 and fo. which irkmen get Ar Lange optlmistie.ill\ IKil.l Wli: Sets Banned countrj %  ', "' %  rt a week Soon the Hamburg transmit' wl'l inve .i rompanlon in Herl ,n the llrst Ktages the service w PWNM ARK: M-cy Trouh.e %  While ll 1. !"!" •"'"•'''"•"I MOUlV prolraminn Ihe Dl %  'tirn>n lo Imiinch hkvl ,. 0 ,„,„„.., State Radio visiting B Holland's problem is strictly ,. r Financial It springs from the un,, usual arangement of the broad,H eisting 'erviee there. The political parties and tho vision is as far bac"* in tin own of the Continental countri n io service, but unite in prethai ol the BBC. who say 1.400.000 radio have enough p< TV Subsidiary quesilon is whether they have tne artists to nprH>a "We can* oood Ti-li in Holland." said a radio chief at Hilversvini rueful;., "io hoie can Ute croecl to n.ake pood le'eU.S.A.: Colour Nexl One thing Is certain: colouring (Kiutii of South Alrica. Paleolithic implements have included tafg* iiand axes of rouwh woikmanship. oeneiall\ aacribad to the Chellean culture. A few fin* 1 specimens of Acheulean hand axes have iccently been found two miles west of l the capital, others near Sheikh. Tools in the Moustenan series, said to be widely represented ol the Palaeolihftc ul'ures. are typical of this culture, in which the main flake surface is unworked. Implements of the upper Mousterian culture merge into the next series which appears identical with the Kenya Slillbay and occa sional points have been found in which tnr•nrldng is very fine. Finds in the Aurignacian and subsequent cultures have been uncommon, though typi cal backed blades, crescents and burins have occurred. A few specimens, saarl to belong to the Microlithic cultures of the Mesolithic period, have also been found. So far no specimens of the Neolithic period have been recorded. The conventionalised cave paintings. largely representing wild animals and crude forms, discovered in the (>aan Libah area in 1945 by Major Glover, are also dealt with in the report. Mieroliths of Hint and quartz li.. %  %  been found near the caves, suggesting an attribution to a Magosian industry of the Mesolithic period. No systematic excavation has been carried out and the paintings have so far not been dated and their culture affinity not definitely affirmed. As many as 18 ruined towns, the report concludes, huve been discovered. Most ol them are in the west of the Protectorate arid mi (he Ethiopian side of the border. The\ have contained roughly-dressed, mortarless! hlone buildings clearly indicative of mosques \of the Mohammedan era. Investigations of neaiby rubbish heaps have yielded such finds as fragments of pottery, glass, bangles, beads and COWtia shells and a few coins. Surfao finds have included fragments of blue and white porcelain, assigned to the Chinese Sung and Ming dynasties It has been established that these 'towns' were in occupation down to the 15th and 16th eentuins, that they link up with historical records obtained from Ethiopian and Portuguese writings and that they formed part of the province of Adal. This was one of the sever' Mohammedan provinces known to have existed In this neighbourhood. in it will : least hlch can noi he 11,1:11.1, % %  %  Itkloua live r< So lust as British TV It .scooplittle over tl iu B ir>* uiternatwnal pool in ., year are collected by the Post Berlin this vea|h. Onlce and shared, according to Slate?will he Ihg draw than membership, among the bodies Mex fffgtr, To vis Mrs I .oineiima.Kjipiar.s_ d ^ 'union'which presents their TV SmlSir, the non-bias programmes AnWIcang explal I .IJIidv -liTtecl How would a TV service work men! could not h, flown over I 'the mo-wv n >r tbe same system' j„ t| nw lime The Dutch are embarking .> "But.*" thex add ,..„minimum %  two-year experimental pencmreeeloirr M I* Ml '..ir 1 U1 eMH-cTed that Denmark 10 detemnne whether TV could WrrW ropyrUh ReawH %  > 1-11 .1' 1.,. marts IA ni month h But once again < factor will keep progr dow 11 I VAL0RJT0VES 2. 3 nd I BURNERS, willi r without Cr.iopiw 64G STOVES I ami 2 BURNER, with or without Oven Stands OVENS. Small. Medium. Large PRESSURE STOVES at WILKINSON & 1IAYNES CO., LTD, Successors To C. S. PITCHER & CO. PHONES 4172 & 1687 %  icuror AT.MM *"* %  IS HERC AGAIN 3JS ^OBTAINABLE AT ALL LEADING GROCERS. IIAKIMV A CO.. LTD—AGENTS. r will be able to provide TV %  i aV b whether TV could I made to pay Us way An aerial FIGURE GIRL LONDON. A 19-yenr-old Indian girl who can handle long column* of tlgures tauter than a comptometer—and all in her head arrived in I>ondon recently to perform at a show Riven m aid ol victims of the recent earlhq.inkw nrd ficods in Assam. She >aid she expeeta to remain in London three months and then proceed to thUS, ShakunUlu, a mathematical prodigy gincc the age of five, has affidavit a from the University of Mysore Rtteetini her ..(.ility to figure cubes, fourth, fifth and ::i roots mentallv in a matter of seconds The girl told International News Service she and l lirs: became gware cf hei (acuity when ma nematli student, rame to visit them India Shakuntala worked out hi*, most difBcull pTOblauil for him. without aid or pencil or paper. 1 dont know how I do it." the girl said. 'No knowfl either. I Just do It.' 1 —I.N.S. >.y. Ol II III AIM US KAY Shoplcppping | r*tf Adrorate. v ml i %  uire to *o steal and play smart, and short iv t-'e merchants Much to our f, •' [ %  .• % %  n e li'* .".!' % %  it-tie: d.-. .. ,, But Mi. U'VM himself does me SIR. Be kind enuugh by letting the Provost March*! Chn* will ruiiiic limn** |cas hnn )„„!„ w hen he sun||j ecanMlcnl authority and ou-put In his appearance, with a man To I/IC Editor. Tin Adeocate. gest* that t have exaggerated tne I_.I, i;, (;, \ei unent know through ring ng the bell. Sir.—Mr A B S LtsrH i| OU">lschler of this Hublle giilitles your column thai through the SHOPKFFrF.v adth me. and b LaglalaUon. O u the contrary. I 3m all margin of profits allowed to regret think that he has reason, have done an more than rnli simpkeepers that they are forcing t/ounrn tor I certain [OOC attention to the effect pf %  : :ely out of business To the Editor, The Ad his posttion. I trust that he will prni,wriv That Mr I.-AIS ilndn „, („ order to continue, they will SIR.—Can an\-thing l-e donforgive me and lind it the eMMr this alarming is not \ r io steal and play smart on th-oughout the parish ol si to do to because he. on his part, for It is alarming. their customers last Saturday Jumca to see that the pour and ii -dangerous to the public It has misjudged m*. „ Ih rt (h M twW October Uth 1 lead an article by oppressed classes, who are ho .-l away from the It Is oi.ly when, in my view, one if Sc Litttaira whSlS f* %  ", ^^"V'i-^* T """V" 7? ?*" *? m 'a*t "II shanlles or ,. d and on the %  *"> level It injustice is cntemplated, or when ,£0 BU under consideration din %  ^ J*; J* F S "^^ "if m ^"V rM hoUiM budly ln "* a VC1 ? ,ico P u pr ba*l ^omefai-re.KhingdecUionisbcng JJ !" ^ *>S" ? full ^'"-ye that he is a remi merchaot need of renovation' I feel that „w wo During the ramy tea Uken without, u „ seems to me. n ,ulIcitiorS, doa-Tl' think, inJy %  -ltn such a low transport aomeihing could be done to help. M m th < water from the hill, sumcient eon.ider.Uon or realldiaite that there was need tor %  *•.^ on l I> ?*?* hal i£ Si f? lo ?* **>. such measures 1 autVer ^ emply xatlon of the conbequence*. that further con-idcratlon KB? %  £ SJSSK col, n8 ^ lBken } n hc P 81 1 "" nt St Thomas I have tri.-d to stress the need ttmam '*<. ...ke home 8 or 10 to aid these unfortunate ,.nd I for further dehbfiation. Thii, I Perhaps ut time goes on Mr. hundred dollar^ In (foods per daresay unhappy re.~, think, is good citizenship. But Lewis may be increasingly glan period' fm a small shopkeeper The poor people the proceedings in the Leglslathat he did noi support this Bill, and hove to pay at ttNnlCfno resort to their DOmea ralbai than ZJL ~v "\ l "* x Z durine Thi e out of mv province and A ig to my miauncents per hundred pounds of good, the Almshou %  %  I cannot undertake to study lhc derstarW Mr Lewie has .1 froi 01 Dualof the opinion that they will I*debatet tir uccept blame f(r not legitimate grievance, and that I nets. Now Sir. if the Government a pest to the Almshou--r persons hurting their he done tn the enkle* because of deep holes in %  •IP the situation me cemented gutter caueed b.l.WIl.nKRED pitt water. -,. • Mjping tha,* the eyes of tr.s Slunilpij*' Ihmgvr ronjniatloneri will catch thh. I i .-. JinArieocete. and that some action will be S lit. Please allow mo to aav tak.n 111 the near future to betw wo I* 1 'Urt've to the standrr this siluat on before som ei L> Joe's River dr>tigerous incident occurs. This WINF1EI.D WALCOTT %  .resent position Joe's River. St Joseph •1 w *;-e bg river which r've feel away. are unhle to get lo the pipe to fetch |M eviC__ action as well as his orgin there would Imve been no %  imiiaialaiiilhig Oct: ll, IWo. that the only way we can exist it members of St. Ja many p*opl> n, who through hurt Uiemseives many ways. RADIO FAN. OF SPECIAL INTEREST TO UPHOLSTERERS \VIII:.\ oxi.Y TIII: in si i\ IliVlllin 4'I.OTII wii.1. 110 Aek for — "ARLINGHIDE LEATHER CLOTH" AN IV I 11A IIIAIl AND III IIAIII i: IH I III II I 1.411 II I 'Oil MS KEATS Wll I \IS Your Inspection Invited &f Di% COSTA & CO., LTD. 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U.S. Troops Smash
Into Pyongyang

Fighting Grim Street Battle

(By JULIAN PATES)
:JKYO, October 19.
MERICAN and South Korcan troops today stormed into
the North Korean capital, Pyongyang, through a gap-
ing hole hammered in the city’s southern defences. Ly



Justice May Head
New Cabinet
IN ISRAEL

TEL-A-VIV, Oct. 19.
President Chaim Weizmann to-
day asked the Progressive Party
leader Pinahs Rosenblueth to try
to form a new Israel Cabinet.
sswotutiuew, Minister of
vlouce ati tne Cabinet of the out-
sting Prime Minister David Ben-

Minister Of |
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éejlor Of Exchequer -











SIR



STAFFORD ¢RIPPS: OUT e
esigns

= Cripps

e | iy IR STAFFORD CRIPPS has resigned his post
| Th wree Dead | S as Chancellor of the Exchequer because of ill
| In Florida



health, it was announced tonight.

He will be succeeded by Economics Minister Hugh
Gaitskell, who is due back in London tomorrow
from financial talks in Canada and the United

| Hurricane

|Gurion, was considered the most

grim street fighting with suicide squads they penetrated |
deep into the town. Spearheads of the American First |
Cavalry Division entered Pyongyang from south just before |
noon. Three hours later the South Korean First Division |
broke in from the southeast.

; Both forces reached the factory

centre southeast of Taedong River

Techuical Hitch whic.s Yuns around Pyongyang,
‘battling their way through the

sofesre |Geep trench and the blockhouse

Causes Confusiou defence system, They repeatedly

called in fighter planes to rocket

| ure to overcome the crisis,

On Eve Of Opening
Of T'dad Leg.

(hae wee &

Council

dis ubMentidincke,
PUNA-Ue Dray, UC. 19.

An €Xwavuiuuiery egal crux
arose On tue eve vi lune “peng
tomorruw of we ‘siimaad LWegis-
Jauve Council under tne new
Consucuuo0n,

It was discovered that the sev-
eral years old municipal Corpora-
lion Ordinance and the County
Couneli Urdinance promumits mem-
bers of tne Municipal and County
Councils noOidiig Ginces OF elmuiu-
ment under tne Crown, members
ot tne Legislature will receive a
salary of £8vU annually,

Ten eiectea members are affect-
ed, including tne Mayor Norman
Tang of bort-of-Spain, Mayor
Roy Joseph of San bernando, and
Mayor Charles Netto of Arima. It
is understood that Governor Rance
today cabled the Secretary of
State for instructions,

The Governor told a _ confer-
ence of legislators that Govern-
ment is prepared to introduce -in-
demnifying legislation to October
20 only. Much confusion prevails
regarding the legal technicalities
and the effects of the develop-
ment on the election of five elect-
ed members to the Executive
Council tomorrow.

Mayor Roy Joseph and Coun-

Fernando Borough Council. It is
expected that most of the others
will resign from the local bodies.

Mayor Netto, it is announced,
will not be taking the oath to-
morrow, pending developments.
{Four Butlerites are affected.

out strong peints being defended
to the last.

Pounded from the air ‘and ham-
mered by tank and gunfire, the
wooden houses of the ancient city
evacked and burned as attackers
fcught their way in against heavy
resistance

Americans were constantly
pouring in more men through the
opeaing in the city’s perimeter

defences.
They were, moving in to the
city under crackling sniper fire

: from rooftops and in the face of
heavy resistance from’ machine
guns behind barricades.

American troops trod down bar-
ricades killing North Koreans in
bloody skirmishes along the city’s
narrow streets.

While American first cavalry
division and South Koreans were
fighting in the streets of Pyong-
yang, the British Commonwealth
Brigade and the American 24th
Division were reported tonight ir
the outskirts of the city

They left the main road to
Pyongyang from the south to make
a wide sweep through Port Chin-
nampo, 34 miles to the southwest
and then raced up the Chinnampo-
Pyongyang highway.—Reuter.

SRM te ee ot Pee

A Woman’s

NEW YORK,
Women should be called
up, even for combat service,
aceording to one of them,
presi-
dent of the National Federa-

tion of Business Women.
One of Miss Hughes’s rea-
| sons — more fathers might

There has been much adverse
criticism of this eleventh-hour
discovery of the provisions in the
Ordinance.

| Miss Sarah Hughes,

then be able to stay at
home, look after their chil-
dren and prevent such a
break up of homes as hap-
pened during World War II.



U.K. SHIP OWNER

sillor Asht |
their resignation from’ the San|| Place, 1950
COMING TO W.I.















NEW W. GERMAN
PRESIDENT

BONN, Oct. 19.

The West German Bundestag
(Lower House) of Parliament to-
day elected as its new President
Dr. Hermann Ehlers member of
the Christain Democratic Union
and a leading protestant layman,
There were no other candidates
for election and the House voted

director of Watts Watts & Co.,
Ltd., London, shipowners, is now
on his way to Trinidad.

He is supposed to be interested
in the possibilities of starting up
an- Eastern Caribbean to U.K.
cargo-passenger service. His
company already have ships run-
ning to Montreal and a'so to the
continent of Europe. He _ will
also visit British Guiana.

Mr. Luke, the Managing Direc-

tor of Watts Watts & Co., Ltd.
would not comment this after-
noon on the suggestion that his
Company are interested in this
new service, but I am told authori-

by ballot,

Ehlers succeeds Dr. Koehler of
the same party who went on
leave last July owing to ill
health and will shortly take a







ukely candidate for a “neutral”
Premier to attempt to solve the
present crisis.

White - haired Labour leader
Ben Gurion told President Chaim
Weizmann on Tuesday of his fail-
His
coalition Government had resigned
-ceause the powerful orthodox re-
iigious bloc refused to support the
riemier’s plan for a_ broader
Cabinet.

His subsequent caretaker Gov-
ernment lost a vote of confidence
early yesterday on the Premier's
proposal for a seven-man Cabinet
to hold office until elections could
be held.

Dr. Rosenblueth who is 63 was
born in Berlin. At one time he
was the President of the Zionist
organisation in Germany.

In Israel, since 1931, he has been
President of the Progressive Party
since its inception. He was Min-
“ter of Justice in the provisional
Government of Israel from May
1948 until early last year.

A writer in Hebrew, English
and German, he has been a fre-
muent contrikiter to local and
fore'gn newspapers.—Reuter.

U.N. Forces Could
Have Been Pushed
Into The Sea

(By



DUNCAN HOOPER)
TOKYO, Oct. 19.

American military men _ here
said to-day that even limited
Russian or Chinese intervention
in the first weeks of the Korean
war could have pushed the United
Nations forces into the sea,

There had never been any
indication that either power in-
tended to intervene these sources
emphasised but the result was
seen as a big psychological victory
for the West against the world of
Communism.

High sources’ said neither
Russia nor China could at present
take effective measures to help
Koreans even if they wished. The
Russians lacked manpower and
the Chinese air power in areas

permitting a quick switch to
Korea.
Though Russia and = China,

together had both manpower and |
air power, this source said they |
vould not coordinate these effi-|
ciently without a great deal of |
preparation and intensive tawnining., |

One American military man)
said the latest information here
was that China had about 300,000
troops in Manchuria with a fourth
army of some 60,000 men located
in the region of the Yalu River—
tthe border between Manchuria
and Korea.

An American military authority

said if the Chinese tried to move

these troops across the Yalu River
without air support “it would be
one of the heaviest slaughters in
history.”—Reuter.

U.N. To Protect





JACKSONVILLE, Ficrida,
Oct. 19
High tides tore at Florids

beaches and seawalls on Thursday
only a few hours after a hurricane
ripped the length of the state and
| | fizzled dowm te squall size as it
edged into Georgia.

Three Floridians died in the
blew. Property and crop damage
was well up in the millions of
collars, The force of the storm
tapered off steadily from _ the

States. 4
Gaitskell’s old post as Economics Minister is not to »
filled. The official announcement said “Mr, Geitskell will
carry the same responsibility as his predecessor far
siness and for the co-ordination of economic policy.
vs me ¥ Gaitskell deputised for Sir Staf-
ford while the Chancellor had
been on two and a half months
sick leave.
Sir Stafford,
week from the
he underwent a

j |
|

4

61, returned this
continent where
rest cure in 4



116-mile an hour punch it handed
Miami on Tuesday at mid-night.
Still it was the worst in years for
many north and central Florida

cities,

Thursday's battl scene wa
along miles of the east coast
resort beaches. Navy men an?

civilian volunteers worked through
the night to sandbag seawalls and
ocean front houses

Angry sea water already had
tonn away the city docks and one
section of the seawall collapsed,
{Many roads and bridges were
funder water.

In three South Florida counties
Dade, Broward and Palm Beach,
storm damage was tentatively
lestimated at $5,000,000 by chiet
storm forecaster Grady Norton.
\He said it would rise as more
i complete reports came in, News-
paper estimates were 4s high as
$8,000,000 for greater Miam
alone,—(CP)

_ Two Imprisoned
For Murder







; o “ VENICE, Oct. 19.
Smeets CRIPPS, former Chancellor of the Exchequer has Two Venitians, one a gondolier,
re} 4 ‘

have been sent to prison for life
for murdering a woman with an
axe, hacking her in two and drop-
ping her body in a lagoon in a
trunk,

The Court last night ordered
that gondolier Luiz Sardi, aged 50,
shall spend the first three years
in solitary confinement.

The prosecution alleged that
Sardi and Bartolemeto ‘Toma
enticed the woman Linda Cometa,
black market cigarette dealer;



Frenchmen Tribute
Dead Comrades

At the opening of the debate on Indo-China in the

French National Assembly today Speaker Eduard Herriot|*

paid tribute to French forces fighting in Vietnam and to
the war dead.

All deputies including Communists remained standing
during Herriot’s tribute.



into Toma's house in April 1947,
killed» her, cut her in two and
put her in the trunk which Sardi
then rowed out to the ‘agoon in,
his gondola. {

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They searched her bag and}








The first speaker in the de- ;
hate was Pierre Judge (Commu- ee, but found only 110,000)
nist) who asked vhat peace J : .
‘ : ; sli In addition to their life sen-
THE MODERN AGE eer oe ee ee ig both were ordered to pay
Othe Viettninh “Ebel fake one lire symbolic damages to the
a rc) ; : ge family of the dead woman,
There is ae ee Rightwing Deputy Frederi ee he Fen with the body in it
18,000 Americ ams who nt nt Dupont atvacked the Govern- was found three years ago. Bott
A sricams wh fa , ‘ ‘ . as > years , 1
ment’s policy in Indo-China and : ;
» passengers > : : ad alree se
to be passengers upon. the | guid that French forces here |"ortence for murder by “® special
A New York museum, wh ich j were . lacking reinforcements, |W ilitary court in Padua But on
is accepting these "imhooke equipment and money. appeal the Italian High Court
ings”, asknowledges each ‘ During my recent trip had decided that the military
one with a letter saying Indo-China representatives of the court was not competent and
there may be some delays | Hii Command told saga fh a ordered the case should be re-
before accommodations can rench war material was 58D0- |tnieg by the Venice Assizes.

be assigned. | taged” Dupont said

-——Reuter.



|,Former Defence Minister
{mond Michelet supporter of Gen-
eval de Gaulle accused the Gov-

Ed-

Sleeping Sickness



Six Arrested In



(From Our Own Correspondent)
LONDON, Oct. 19.
Mr, Edmund Hannay Watts, a

tatively that there definitely is
something in it.

HOLE

consular appointment, probably in
Australia, —Reuter.

AT SEAWELL








































c

s ——_ =

* "HIS HOLE suddenly opened yesterday afternoon at Seawell, on a
small ‘roadway just off the old runway.

Airport staff walking over to the Fire Ambulance suddenly saw
part of the road fall in quite near to where they were walking.

The hole is over two feet in diameter and has an unknown depth.

Up to short time ago heavy trucits being used on the construction
of the new runway used this road frequently.

The hole has been circled with large stones and there is a red
fiag of warning flying nearby

jernment of “hiding Uruth
| the country by I Vi nn
y situation.” n vie a
° |
Holy Places Search For Arms |*\y3°". on.
: ts im ther : t, 19.
A eet eee aie’ teoerth Six people EAT elec: ee ree the "vietnamese: Twelve a Te a mimatii
; > beeh arreste: ;
- pa 3 o 3 é a epels Q ‘6 . “ke
tionalising of Jerusalem and to and 13 others detained for ques- anaes paces ewe) ar aetna ne type of aineron ee:
concentrate on protecting the Holy | tioning after a wide search for a See "Left Wing? nes$ with a death rate up to ot
Places is to be put before the} hidden arms in the Catania area One ‘Independent Li cl inger per cent have been reported her
United Nations General Assembly | of Sicily, the police announced | 5" “) ‘France, should follow ip). the first outbreak of the dis-
aceording to usually reliable | to-day. |Indo-China the | policy England | eave since 1927,
sources here. . About 9 police took part in the | ##owed in India.” He called Tests are now being made »o
Sweden, Holland and Canada | Sweep which uncovered a | for immediate | negotiations with with new drugs discovered
who have drafted it, want to|Machine | gun, 19 rifles, 4,000 | Or, Ho Chi Minh, The meetin | since 1927
empower the Governor or High rounds of ammunition, 15 shells, 3 | W@* adjourned until later voda) A leading Viennes? doctor, de-
Commissioner to protect Jewish, |*Mti-tank mines and 66 hand | eater clearing that the outbreak was by
2 *hristia grenade: ro means of epidemic proportion
Mchammedan, and Christian Karl } I I
ala tarlier to-day police on the} x * aid it would probably yield t
ne?. 7 : j ‘ i yu I ’
was 2 lan is practically assured peninsula announced that they | Soviet Movements medern metheds of treatment
b DP ay ee had unearthed another arms dump |

of Assembly approval during the

pr‘ser:: cession, the same sources | containing more
said. ‘ ; , rounds of British,
Last year’s attempt to interna-|Ttalian ammunition

tionalise the Holy City was flatly
rejected ty both Isrec! end Ierdan
whcse troops have leng occupied
the city. Under the new plan ay
effort would be made to achieve
complete disarmament or at least
an arms reduction on both sides
The aim would be simply “norma
peacetime military establish-
ments.”

The plan to concentrate United
Nations jurisdiction on the Holy

condition as well as
anti-tank cannons
grenades,—Reuter.

Fratico Will

MADRID
General Franco left

Places was first proposed by the | today for a 10-day v Ste
Netherlands and Sweden in 1949 ish wart Atri ; and fie ya
but failed to win the Aysem!ly’s | Telands ,
support.—Reuter. He was accompanied | I
i wife Dona Carmen Polo de rar
o . co, Interior Minister Blas Periz
China Protests Again Gonzalez, Minister of Industry
- * and Commerce Juan Anton
On U.S. Bombings Suances Uantoci, and Pubi
Works Minister Gen. Jose Maria
LONDON, Oct. '9. Fernandez Uadreda The party}
Communist China ha sent |took off in a four-engined plane. |
another pretest to the United —Reuter. |

Nations against -the “recurrence
of violations of the Chinese air
frontier by American military





| cabinet
b

than
German

and

, Oct



three
200



Visit

Canary Islands

19
here by



i

t

in a cave at Livellato, near Genoa,
60,000 |
and |
in perfect
small
hand,





j
i



Ou Turkish Border

ANKARA, Oct. 19
Highly placed ‘Turkish arn
sources told Reuter today tnt
Soviet troop movement wei
iaking place in the Curkisi: |

lrontier area.

The sources declined to
speculate on the significai.ce of the
nove The Turkish arniy
Foreign Office Spokesman
give no comment

The Persian Mimister Haji Ali
Razmara yesterday described re-
ports of the Soviet troop move-
ments the Persian border as
“provocative and utterly untrue.”

and
would

on





He also denied that Russia was
bringing up munition and military
equipment for Persian, Kurdish
tribesmen

Other sources in Tehera scaled
that the Soviet waggons arriving
at the Persian border contained
ugar recently bought by the
Persian Government.—Reuter.





planes” according te a Tass | GENOA, Oct. 19
Agency report from Peking _ ALEXANDRIA, Oct. 19 | Italian salvage vessels yester-
The protest alleged that on! , — Farouk arrived here) day raised the 1,880 ton Italian
October 13 and 14 American] Biher” we eh _ | Fakhr Px\ destroyer “Bermuda” from the
planes “repeatedly invaded China’s Shite! his Birrenee “iy ' 4 Seas )} bottom of Genoa Harbour where
SLs das we | 8 iis Eurc in holiday. . i en sunk by its capte
territorial air to reconnoitre”.| “A petition from all opposition it had been sunk by it capt ain
They had crossed from Korea into, ,ontiee wie y to avoid falling into German
oe 4 | parties warning of the danger of I oe ders We *
Liavtung pep Vana: action” the! “nation-wide revolt” awaits him. er s curing 1e war 1 o
This provocative actian the} The royal yacht was escorted The destroyer was captured by
protest added “the C hinese into the harbour here just before the Italian navy fron A OBOE
people absolutely cannot tolerate dawn by two destroyer The| carly In the war. It had previously
Tass report said that the Chinese) King’s arrival was at his « wn | be en the Yugoslav Navy's flagship.
Minister for Foreign Affairs Chou! request a quiet one. The King; Yugoslavia in 1946 refused the
En-Lai had lodged the protest) was expected to receive Nahas offer to let her saivage the vessel
with the United Nations Secretary | Pasha and members of his: and take it back into her navy
General Trygve Lie—Reuter. later today. —Reuter —Reuter

from
y minimizing the
withdrawal from



Between 1917 and 1927 80,000

cases of the disease were record. |
ed here afiver which it appeare |} yp

Bridging The
Strait Of Messina

NEW YORK, Oct, i9
Plans for the first bridge link
im Italy with Sicily across the
Strait of Messina have been com-
pleted and forwarded to the Italiay,
authorities, D, B, Steinman,
New York engineer, announced,
Steinman said here yesterday
that he had prepared the plans
If they are approved by the Italia,
Government, the combination of a
} wailroad and highway bridge
| would be built The proposed
epan was of the suspension type,
; providing for across 3,209 metres
| wide and over water 135 metres
| deep
Steinman said that the main
span of 1,600 metres would be the



| D TR ER S LVAGED | longest in the world.—Re baie
Farouk Goes Home| eye ree 36 eer een Ter! |

ee Bi
| More Control On Rubber

WASHINGTON, Oct. 19
| The National Production
Authority, dissatisfied with earliet
_ reports on conserving rubber has
j} announced it
| sharper order
| manufacturers
| The order will limit the amount
of natural rubber
November, December

to curtail use by

as well as





—Reuter, |

will issue shortly a}



2 oa

A recent portrait of the Rt. Hon.
Hugh Gaitskell, C.B.B., Member of
Parliament for the South Leeds
Division of Yorkshire.

Iusurgent ‘Troops
Sent To Training
Camps In China

PARIS, Oct. 19

The French Premier Kene
Pleven in the debate on Indochina
in the National Assembly to-day
said it seemed established that the
last of the 20,000 insurgent troops
had been sent to training camps
situated in China just beyond the
border,

The Prime Minister said that it
was his Government's policy to
continue to defend,North —Indo-
china and he defended the French
withdrawal from a series of out-
posts along the Chinese frontier,

The existence of these posts
had not prevented Vietnam in-
surgents from receiving supplies
from Communist China “in in-

‘creasing quantities.”

At Caobang near the Chinese
frontier “the enemy was in close
touch with his bases which are
invulnerable because they are be-
hind the Chinese frontier” Pleven
said, —Reuter

£52,000,000 BALANCE
(Prom Our Own Correspondent)
LONDON, Oct, 19.
City experts here to-day suggest
that the favourable balance — of
U.K. trade of £52,000,000 for vhe
first half of this year has come
about largely as a result of the



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Swiss nursing home

Doctors here say that desp
his rest he has not reenverea
sufficiently from exhaustion cats-
ed by overwork. They agree with
continental medical men who ad-
vise him that he needs a_ full
year’s break from work
" Tonight the Chancellor cancell-
ed all his engagements. He will
take a sea voyage with Lady
Cripps, who it 1s understood
played a big part in persuading
her husband to resign.

The letter of resignation which
Sir Stafford wrote to Prime Min-
ister Clement Attlee was publish
ed tonight. It said: “It is with

t
e



the greatest regret that for u
reason known to you and to be
made public | tender you my

resignation of the post of Chan-
cellor of the Exchequer

“Though my resignation is un-
avoidable I would like to take
this opportunity of emphasising
my continued strong support of
the Labour Party and the Labour
yovernment.

Country’s Welfare
“t believe that their continu-
ance in power is absolutely essen-
tial to the future welfare of our
country and of the world.

“1 shall hope—and expect—to
resume work at the end of a
vear's rest,”

Attlee’s reply said: “IT hope

that a year’s rest will restore you
to your full vigour, and that we
shall then be able to welcome
vou back for a further period to
the country.

“It is clearly impossible to dis-
regard your doctor’s opinion.

“I need hardly tell. ..ow how
great is the loss to the Govern-
ment which your retisement en-
tails.

“For the last 5 years you have
taken a leading. part in our coun-
sels and have borne a tremendous
burden, a greater one than any
previous holder of your office.”

The Prime Minister tonight told
King George the Sixth of the
Chancellor’s resignation,

Many people in Britain — not
only Labour supporters--look on
Cripps as the man who _ pulled
Britain out of her economic abyss

e On page 3





TELL

THE
THE NEWS
Ring 3113 Day or Night,

ADVOCATE

SS THE ADVOCATE
PAYS FOR NEWS.







i GOLD FLAKE

consumed in|

the total amount of new synthetic,

'and natural rubber N.P.A. ad-
minister William Harrison said.)
—Reuter.

«

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PAGE TWO



hee ROW is Trafalgar Day
a 8 am., His Excellency

MOR
the Governor will lay a wreath on



Nelson’s Monument in Trafalgar
Square. Expected to be present

along ‘with the Governor are the |

Colonial Secretary, the Commis-

sioner of Police and the Harbdtir i

Master.

Barbadés was among the first ©

to nonour Nelson by naming
Trafalgar Square after his famous
victory, and erecting a monument,
the second oldest in the Empire,
in higs_memory. It is therefore
very fitting that some femem-
brance should be given to this
famous British Admiral.

For Chess Tournament
R. ST, CLAIR HUNTE, Presi-

dent of the B.G. and .W.1.
Chess Federation was among the
passengers for B.G. yesterday
afternoon by 1.A. where he
will look on ai (tie Intercolonial

Chess tourname.
in Georgetown

Up for the Races

RRIVING -FROM Tiinidad
yestercAy morning by B.W.LA.
to ride in the B, T. C’s Autumn
Race Meeting was Mr. Frank
O’Neil, He tells me that Phil
Lattimer is at présent in the U.K,
and will be getting married short-
ly to a Scottish girl. He expects
Phil to be back in Trinidad for
the Christmas Meeting.
Frank is here for about a month
and is staying at the Hotel Royal.

Riding Here for First
Time
RRIVING from B.G. yesterday
afternoon by B.W.1.A. was
Mr. T. Wilder. Mr. Wilder is an
English jockey who is in the Wes!
Indies for the first time. He
arrived in Trinidad on September
24th, where he rode a winner in
his first race at the Arima race
meeting. He will be riding here
in the November Race Meeting
Mr. Wilder is staying at Palm
Beach, Hastings.

Back fo Trinidad
AR. GEORGE BENSON who
has been acting B.W.1.A’s
Station Supt. at Seawell, returned
to Trinidad on Monday, by
B.W.1.A., where he is stationed at
Piarco,

Returned Yesterday

R. RAYMOND DE SOUZA of

the National Cash Register
Co., returned yesterday morning
by B.W.1.A. after two weeks’ visit
to Trinidad.

Back to B.G.
FTER eleven months’ holiday
in Barbados, Miss Br.dget
Jardine returned to B.G. yester-
day afternoon by B.W.LA.

Miss Jardine helps edit the
“Catholic Standard’ in British
Guiana, Her grandfather was the
owner of the “Daily Chronicle’ in
B.G. and her father was Managing
Editor.

now going on



BY THE WAY

E understand that the size-

marks of women’s clothing
are about to be changed. This
does not surprise us as much as
it might have done had we pre-
viously known that such things
existed.

Now, having faced the fact, we
read with vague interest that
“In a year those size symbols
which have irritated so many
women SW, W, WX, OS, and
XOS will have vanished.”

omen were probably irritated

because they probably didn’t
know what SW, WX, ete.,
meant. Let us help.

SW stands for Stupendous

Width; W just means Wide, and
the X in WX indicates that the
figure is top-heavy, oval or
X-shaped.

OS (pronounced Oss) is Board
of Trade jargon for clothes de-

ee



Intransit
B.W.1.A., from St. Lucia for Trinidad were Mr. Francis
Member of the St. Lucia Legislature and Hon. John Stow,
on 2 of St. —_.

ceremony of Legislative Council of the new constituti
Trinidad and Tobago. oa

IS HONOUR MR. JOHN
STOW, Administrator of St.
Lucia and Si:. Francis Carasco,
Member of the St. Lucia Legis!a-
ture wet .atransit weet s
yesterday ifternoon by B.W.1LA.
for Trinidad, to attend the open-
ing ceremony of the Legislative
Council of the new constitution
of Trinidad and Tobago. Repre-
senting Barbados are Sir George
Seel, Mr. A. E. S. Lewis, M.C.P.,
and Dr, H. Massiah, M.L.C, They

also left yesterday afternoon
accompanied by Lady Seel and
Mrs. Massiah,

With B.W.LA.

R. HAROLD STOCKHAUSEN,
who is with B.W.LA.
Traffic Department in Kingston,
Jamaica, arrived from George-
town yesterday afternoon’ by

B.W.LA. where he has been for ”

the past two days. He will be
here for about four days, before
making a few short stops at
Grenada and Jamaica,

By

signed for foreign visitors (for
instance “Haff you somsin to fit
oss if you pliss’?) and the XOS
is only to be found in the small
mammals enclosure at the Belle
Vue Zoo in Manchester.

Fireman—Catch that Bus

Mr. Jack Horner, Secretary of
the Fire Brigade Union, com-
menting on the report for 1949,
said yesterday: “We have one
brigade whose major fire engine
while going to a fire was twice
rahe on a hill by a fully loaded
us,”

“3 OOK, Fred,” said William

Strongbow, chief of the fire
brigade, to Fred Wilberforce,
intrepid young fireman, “there
seems to be a fire.”

“Great heavens!” cried Fred,
“I thought that bell might have
been ringing for some interesting

Ck ¥PTOQUOTE—Here’s how to work it:
AXYDLBAAXR

is

LONGFELLOW






$y

Passengers through Barbados yesterday afternoon by

Carasco,
Adminis-

They are going to Trinidad to att®hd the open-

Managing Director Returns
R. JOHNNIE ADAMSON,
Managing Director of Bookers

Drug Stores, who was in Barbados

on a short visit, left for B.G, yes-

terday afternoon by B.W.1.A. He

was staying with Mr. and Mrs F.

S. Olton,

On Wednesday Mr. and Mrs.
Olton held a Cocktail Party at
their home, “Springfield,” Bar-
barees in honour of Mr. Adamson,
and among those present were,
Mr. and. Mrs. John Bogart, Comdr.
and Mrs. Fusselman, Mr. Hagen,
Dr. Bill Garner, Mr. and Mrs.
Kellshall, Mr. and Mrs, Dick
Stokes, Mr, and Mrs. J. Chabrol,
Mr, and Mrs. E. Thomas, Mr, and
Mrs, T. F. Harris, Mr. and Mrs.
Winston Ward, Mr. and Mrs.
Frank Morgan.

Was Here Two Weeks
EV. Mother Mary Stanislaus,
after two weeks in Barbados
returned to B.G. yesterday after-
noon by B.W.LA. She was ac-
companied by Mother St. Ann and
Mother Sacred Heart.



BEACHCOMBER

ee

“Yes, indeed,” replied his kind-
ly chief, “That, as you shall soon
learn, Fred, is one of the first
signs of a conflagration.
Fred,” he added in his well-
modulated voice, “I need your
help while I get our dear old
fire engine out and give the brass
a quick rub over. I wish you
to catch the next 36a bus and
slip along to let them know we
are coming just as quickly as we
can.”

As one can imagine, Fred's
heart beat more quickly at this
exciting order from his beloved
chief. Without another word he
flung off his coverlet, slipped into
his bedroom slippers and hasten-
ed to the bathroorn.
NEXT WEEK:—Another excitin

adventure of “Fireman Fred

Now,

or “The Adventures of 2 Season-| »"

Ticket Holder em Route 176.”



a |
|
i was president of 34 companies
with

' | yesterday morning from Trinidad
Her visit is on benalf of Unitec

|
i



Girls

in
London police court wh an
American businessman, “in B mh
to see Board of Trade Presige:.:

Eyebrows were

String Beans
WSs ‘
Harold Wilson,” declared thats he ee
always gave nylon stockinggy to STRING BEANS —
girls at the Board of Trade. }
Called
Customs case,
Beverly Hills, Ca

as detense witness in ©
Covell {|

ria, saiq ‘\e| 66 pairs of nyions.”
Both defendants had

a combined not guilty and Mrs. Swift

capital
$22,000,000. r

of
brother, 7

Asked why he brought
stockings for his
Covell relied:

“T am the best judge

“Your government institutio.ws
have always been very kind an:i
considerate to me,” he added.
“The staff go out of their way to
do things and these stockin7s ave














the only way I can show m)
appreciation. I hepe I shall be
able to continue to to so.”

Covell added that he often
made business trips-to Englan’!
and always brought nylons with

bim.
Not Exceptional

“Eight or nine dozen pairs
would not be an exceptionaliyv
large numger for me to bring
he said.

Covell was giving evidence for
his sister, Mrs, Esther
gave a London address th
another defendant was fined §11¢
for “being knowingly concerned
in carrying uncustomed goods~-

do so.

supply



Gathering Information
ISS HELEN SARGENT who
is with United Airlines in Los
Angeles arrived B.W.LA

The sharks
the way across.
hoping | shall tall overboard,” he
Says nervously, and whenever they
come too close he splashes with his

Airlines to get first hand informa-
tion about Barbados as a probable
tourist resort.

Her visit is a very short one, as
she leaves for Trinidad this after-
noon,

Here for Four Days
ISS GWEN INNISS, daughter
of Dr. Knollys Inniss and
Games Mistress at the Bishop’
High School in Trinidad arrive:
yesterday morning by B.W.1LA.
She is here for about four days.
Here Again
R, JOSEPH RODRIGUES whe
was here in April, arrived
yesterday afternoon by B.W.I.A.
from B.G., to spend another holi-
day in Barbados.

Also arriving from B.G. were
Miss Elsa de Freitas, Miss Rita
de Freitas and Mr. R. de Freita
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when

Advocate checked yesterday
24 cents per pound.

24 cents per pound.

nylons were presents from her
sister, Jack

It I can afford to give her a gross
ef nyfons then I shall continue to

“They are easy to get in the
States. They are in very short
in England and
desirable to women over here.”





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Gaitskell New
Chancellor

@ From Page 1.

—and sacrificed his health
pergonal popularity to do so.

For years Sir Stafford has suf-
fered from stomach trouble. He
bee¢ame a vegetarian because of
it. But overwork since he took
over the exacting job of directing
Britain's economic affairs in 1947,
hag made his illness worse.

Hugh Gaitskell is due back here
te-rmorrow from financial talks in
the United States and Canada.

Aged 44, he is an economist.

Econcmie Uictator For
3 Years

During his three years as Brit-
ain’s economic dictator Cripps —
lean and tight-lipped —- slapped
on the highest taxes Britain has
ever known in peacetime. Cigar-
ettes, beer and other pleasures
went skyhigh in price, and the
ppenase tax on practically every-
hing sold in shops put an effec-
tive brake on public spending.

This and the wage freeze in in-
dustry were Cripps’ ways of fight-
ing inflation.

Sir Stafford was one
ain’s most successful
before entering politics,
£30,000 per year,

As a Cabinet Minister he earn-
eda only £5,000 per year.

Son of the late Lord Parmoor,
Conservative, who turned Social-
ist, he began his political career
as Solicitor-General in Ramsay
MacDonald’s Labour Government
in 1930,

For 10 years after that he vio-
lently opposed the Labour Party
Chiefs on . qué@stions of Socialist
doctrine, and was expelled from
the Party in 1939.

After carrying out successfully
several. Government missions in-
cluding the post of Special Am-
bassador to Moscow, from 1940 to
1942, Cripps was re-admitted to
the Labour Party in 1945.

Cripps’ resignation will bring
the Labour majority down to six.
It will mean a bye-election in his
constituency, Southeast Bristol,
which returned him with a major-
ity of 16,803 at the last election.

—Reuter.

and

of Brit-
barristers
earning



Henry
Sees Blue

By FRED DOERFLINGER
GRACEDIEU, England,

To September's blue sun and
blue moon—add October's blue
rain.

It fell at Gracedieu, Leicester-
shire, and left rooftops, window-
panes and large areas of the
ground glistening with big, sticky
blobs.

Henry Walker of Gracedieu’s
garage first noticed it when
through the window he saw his
romping St. Bernard dogs covered
with blue spots. He rubbed his eyes
—not having enjoyed a “night be-
fore’—and then his window broke
out in a deep blue rash,

Henry’s wife took a chance then
and put her hand out of the door.
It turned an inky blue, The gaso-
line pumps and the garage build-
ings were covered with blue
blotches too.

Mrs. Walker, thinking it might
have been caused by jet aircraft,
rang the police for information.
They could give no explanation.
Neither could the Air Ministry.

Henry later closely examined
the blue blotches which covered
a track some 100 feet wide after
the 15 minute shower. In one of
the blotches he found a small seed.

This led to the theory that a
freak whirlwind stripped fruit
from Elderberry trees and show-
ered it down from a great height
on Gracedieu.

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BARBADOS ADVOCATE



by
GALES



Checking
Measures

In the building which used to
be the Market Police Post a man
was doing some soldering yester-
day. But the building is not a
blacksmith’s shop. It is the
headquarters of the island’s
Weights and Measures Depart-
ment, run under the control of
the Police Department.

Inspector Franklyn is at present
in .chatge of the department,
while the chief man on the prem-
ises is Charles Lowe. This is
the department which carries out
ithe job of seeing that the public
really gets 16 ounces to the pound,
and four gills to the pint.

Annual checks are carried out
by this department, as well as
surprise checks. Any day Inspec-
tor Franklyn, Lowe and maybe a
corporal or private of police may
carry out checks in an area, and
if the seale, the weights, or the
measures in X’s shop are not
true, they are seized and taken to
the Weights and Measures De-
partment.

The owner of the faulty scales
may be prosecuted. Meanwhile,
the scales are kept and put right,
and that was the reason why
soldering was going on yesterday.

The owner can get back the
rectified scales.

All Sorts of Scales

There were a’ number of such
scales at the department yester-
day, as well as the standard
weights used to check shop
weights. The department is
equipped to check any sort of
scales, from the smallest used in
shops to the big platform scales.

To this department all pur-
chasers of new. scales have to take
them to be stamped, unless they
were stamped before purchase.

The department can also check
on measures from a half gill to a

bushel. Their equipment in-
cludes not only scales and
weights, but scale beams, balances,
spring balances, steelyards and
other weighing instruments.

Talking about weights and

measures, it is strange that al-
though Barbados is a_ British
possession, we use the U.S. Gallon
and not the Imperial Gallon, and
we get less by doing so. The
Imperial gallon is ten pints; the
U.S. Gallon is two pints less.
Another name for the U.S. Gal-
lon is the Wine Gallon. Its offi-

cial name here is the Winchester
Gallon.

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with it!

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all over the world, for connoisseurs agree that it
is a Scotch in a class all its own.

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Several W.I. Will
Attend Sugar Talks

AT LEAST 160 West Indian
delegates will attend the 1959
sugar technologists’ meeting under
the auspicies of the British West
Indies Sugar Association to be
held at Mandeville, Jamaica, on
October 23.

Leaving Barbados as delegate
to the meeting will be Mr. E. S.
Kobimson, Chairman of the Barba-
dos Sugar Producers’ Association.
Mr. Robinson is expected to leave
on October 21. He is going as
Alternate Director in the place of
Hon, G. D. L. Pile M.L.C.

Hon, H. A. Cuke, M.L.C., and
Mr. R. B. Skeete, who are going
as advisors, are expected to leave
Barbados on October 29.
piece thanreS

The Weather

TO-DAY:
Sun Rises: 5.49 a.m,
Sun Sets: 5.41 a.m.
Moon (Full) October 25
Lighting: 6.00 p.m.
High Water: 1.04 p.m.
YESTERDAY:
Rainfall (Codrington) .53 in.
Total for month to yester-
day: 5.66 ins.
Temperature (Max.)
85.0 °F.
Temperature (Min.)
72.0 °F.
Wind Direction (9 a.m.)
E.S.E. (3 p.m.) W.S.W.
Wind Velocity 4 miles per

Barometer (9 a.m.) 29.835
3 p.m.) 29.770



FRUIT COME

Oranges, grapefrits, pears and
bananas are all in abundance in
Dominica, the mate of the
schooner “W. L, Eunicia” told the
Advocate on Tuesday,

The “Eunicia” arrived on Tues~-
day with supplies of oranges ana
grapefruits among its cargo. The
cargo was chiefly comprised of
cecoanuts and copra.

Cocoanuts, the mate said, is a
yround-the-year crop of Dominica.
They are always plentiful and
there is a steady flow in the ex-
port of cocoanuts and copra. _

Changing this topic and looking
around the Bay, the mate re-
marked “very fine weather for
sailing we are getting now-a-
days.” The breezes were neither
too heavy nor too light and one
could enjoy a trip.

ed

‘Shadies and ganthemen— Besides the usual spots, flashes, fadings, and those eternal black streaks on the
picture, we must apologise for that Government offteial who keeps wabhing off with our perfermers.”

London Bupvess Seruino



Canalisation Equipment

Lies

MR. W. A. CRAWFORD told
the Advocate yesterday that he
understands the machinery which
was acquired by Government
with which undertake the
eanalization of the Constitution
Swamp, is now housed in_ the
store-rooms of the Public Works
Department.

The Government, he said, does
not now consider the proposition
a practical one

Mr. Crawford gave notice of a
question in the House of Assem-
bly on Tuesday about the canali-
zation of the swamp. He wanted

to

to know if Government would
start this work immediately.
In his statements he pointed

out that equipment for the pur-
pose including a light railway and
tipping waggons had been acquir-
ed and was lying idle and rusting
for over three years.

He told the Advocate yesterday:

“It seems to me that the posi-
tion with regard to the canaliza-
tion of the Constitution Swamp,

indicates either callousness or
negligence on the part of the
Government.

Area Cleared
“A few months ago at the

approach of the hurricane season,
the area was cleared of tree
stumps, mangroves and_ other
débris, in order to provide easy
passage for flood waters. That in
my opinion, is only trifling with
the problem.

“It was in 1947 that I re-intro-
duced the question of the canali-
zation of the swamp. The Gov-
ernment apparently was advised
that it was desirable to do it and
that it was a practical proposition.
The machinery for undertaking it
was therefore ordeyed sometime
after.

“It consisted of a light railway
track and some tipping waggons,
which would transfer the stuff
which was removed from one
place to sites where it was needed
for filling in or tor disposal other-

wise The idea of course being
at the time that the minimum
amount of machinery would be

used in order to provide as much
employment as possible.

“The machinery arrived in the
island and from what I under-
stood it was left lying in the open
for sometime. That was brought
to my attention and I raised the
matter in the Legislature. Since
then I understand that it is now

under shelter somewhere in the
Public Works Department store-
rooms,

Idle

“The House of Assembly
on more than one occasion
means of Resolutions, called on
Government to get on with the
project. But the Government for
obvious reasons claimed in 1948
that it was no longer a practical
proposition.

“It is significant that so far as
I know, the same engineering
advice under which the Govern-
ment was acting when it spent the
taxpayers’ money to buy the
equipment, was the same advice
under which it was acting when
it alleged that it was no longer
a practical proposition. The ques-
tion arises therefore, why was
public money wasted on _ this
machinery.”

has
by





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Red M.P’s
Protest

BONN, Oct, 17,

Communists in the Weet German '

Parliament have tabled a protest
against the “illegal” British re-
quisitioning of the Party’s head-
quarters at Dusseldorf
September 26.

They want the German Feder:
Government to open negotiations

on

at once with the British High
Commission.
The protest is one of four

motions tabled by the Communist
party in celebration of its return
to the status of a recognised party
in Bundestag. The Party lost this
status when several members were
expelled last July for disorderly
conduct.

One of the motions demands
that the Bundestag should forbic
Germans to join the armed forces
of foreign powers and forbid
those in the Allied service to
carry arms or to receive military
training

The third
Dr Heinrich

seeks dismissal of
Brand, Chief
Federal press-officer alleged by
Communists to have made a
statement on the raising of federal

minista at confidential press
conference,

The four Communist motion
wants the Federal Government
immediately to withdraw its

decision of September 19, that all
active members of the Communist
Party and its organisations be
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Friday, October 206, i950





TO-DAY

TO-DAY the first session of- the
Legislative Council will be opened by the
Governor, Sir Hubert Rance. Representa-
tives from other islands in the Caribbean
will be present, among them the deputy
speaker of the Barbados House of Assembly,
to witness this historic ceremony.

To-day Trinidad aligns itself with those
colonies which have a majority of elected
members in the representative Assembly.
In addition, Trinidad will have a’ Quasi
“Cabinet.” The Trinidad Constitution
however, still retains a number of nomin-
ated members and this is the cayse of
opposition by the more left-wing element
in Trinidad polities.

The elections which were held on Sep-
tember 18th were preceded by a campaigii
as violent and virulent as any scene within
the area. One hundred and forty two
candidates sought election for 18 seats and
in the melee which arose there have been
charges and counter charges cf bribery,
corruption and intimidation. In the result,
the party led by Mr. Butler gained six
seats, forming the greatest single party in
the Council,

Mr. Butler cannot be regarded as a states-
man who has the necessary qualities of
leadership which are so sorely needed in
these West Indian islands in the presen
day. His appeal has been largely to
prejudice and to the dissatisfaction en-
gendered by the poverty which is general
throughout the West Indies. The nom-
inations, however, which have been made
by his Excellency, The Governor, will do
much to maintain a sense of balance anc
moderation in the new Council. Mr. Butler
has already threatened the Governor with

new

The Shy Shah Says No” Land0{NoNewspapers
To The Cover Girls

BARBADOS ADVOCATE

«

By KENNETH MACAULAY

TEHERAN,

WHISPERS came months age
fram =the high-walled marble
palace of the Shah of Persia tha.
he “was tired of looking for a
wile in the restricted circles ol
ciigible Moslem princesses. He
wes ready, it was said to marry
a commoner.

Since then the girls of Teheran
have «been. throwing themselves
at the head o° this 30-year-old
king of k ngs.

Week by week the capival’s
magazines have been printin=
large piciures on the back cover
everything in Persian or Arabic
is rédd back to front—of Mis;
This cr Glamour Girl That, in
an atvempt to help the Shah
make up his mind.

The favourite perfumes of the
candidates for the royal -palace
were listed among a catalogue of
their virtues and wit

Yn vain. The Shah’s announce-
ment to-day that he is to marry
a commoner makes it c'ear that
his bride will be no ‘Tehéran
shce-shop girl, or photographer's
model specialising in Arabian
dancing on the side,

Cossack’s Son



HIS. bride-to-be, Soraya
infandiar), is the 18-year-old
daughter of a nobleman and 2

inember of Persia’s “Three Hun-
éred: Families.” These powerful
“eibal chiets anzi landowners form
he rulng class of the kingdem,

The Shah, indeed, has no catyse
‘ao turn up his nose at a ccm-
ravner. He is himself the son
a Cossack army captain,



Ex-Queen Fawzia—and the Shah

was heard of
csught the plane to Teheran last
week-end to become engaged.

eldest
whem the Shah had sent to bring
Seraya to Persia. They travelled
with trunk-loads of Paris models.

couple
with her black hair, dark eyes
and clear complexion, the Shah
with the goed looks and classic

ecrland,

tax free, and all

The young Shah met Soraya
--her name means “star” —at a
reception at the Persian Embassy
in Paris last year. They danced
together — once. And no more
her until she

was vhe Shah’s
Prineess Cham,

Her escort,
sister

Court circles say that t is a
love match, and a _ handsome
they will make, Soraya

rrofile of his race.
Soraya whose mother was
German, was educated in Swit-

‘ere morrilage regarded in
Fersia as politically impercant
because the girl's father is pow-
erfully allicd with the Do hari
tribe, who were bacly vreated by
the old Shah. They live in the
strategically important oi| land:
of south—west Persia

the Shah ‘s rich.
father, fierce,

From A's
ausocratic Rez:
Shah, he inherived the family
fertune of £28,000,000, «s welt
ae an income of £80,000 a yeur
royal expenses
puid, of course,

But with all his possessions
and palaces, the young Shah re-
mained a lonely man. His first
marriage to Princess Fawzia,
sister of King Farouk of Egypt
was not a success, and was ¢ 6-

‘oived two years ago. They Why princess? Her father is Hargeiza, the capital, others neve. chee.
hed one daughter, ehief — and her name, Soraya Tools in the Mousterian series, said to be
means star. When the Shah firs . 4 ; i-
His Sister... met Soraya she was 17. In Tehe.| he most widely represented of the Palaeoli

THE Shah is a quiet, even shy
mau, and the fleriness of his
father seems to have descended
to his twins, Princess Ashraf.

It is she who has constantly
veminded the Shah of the neces-
sity of securing the throne with
en heir, for toe succession can-

ment before 18,

crus! of

One thing





‘PRINCESS STAR’ ..
of one of Persia’s
Families,’ has been chosen as sec-
ond wife of the Shah of Persia

ran it is pointed out that the Shah | thic cultures, are typical of this culture, in
would not consent to her engage-



her filance’s Court and the uppe
Persian
palace reception.
is almost certair
the Shah’s choice | will have «

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LONDON, Oct. 12
| SOMALILAND PROTECTORATE — the
ierritory of 68,000 square miles with neither
| railways, newspapers nor commercial banks
| —has provided the archaeologist with re-
search discoveries from the earliest palaeoli-
thic cultures to medieval cities. So far only
amateurs have taken part in these discoveries.
Now “what is required is systematic investi-
gation and excavation by an expert.”

These observations are made in Report on
: Somaliland Protectorate for 1949, issued
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to-day for the Colonial Office.

The report also reveals that the fort of
Taleh in the Dolbahanta country, where the
‘Mad Mullah’ (Mohamed bin Abdulla Hassan)
made his last stand against British forces in
1920, is to be preserved as an historic
monument.

Somaliland, the report says, is compara-
tively rich in relics of the Stone Age.
Palaeolithic implements discovered from
time to time have been sent to the
Archaeology Museum at Cambridge and to
the University of Witwatersrand in the Union
of South Africa.

Paleolithic implements have included large
hand axes of rough workmanship, genetally
ascribed to the Chellean culture. A few fine
. a member| specimens of Acheulean hand axes have
epee Mi ad recently been found two miles west of

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which the main flake surface is unworked.
[Implements of the upper Mousteriar culture
merge into the next series which appears
identical with the Kenya Stillbay and occa
sional points have been found in which the

society av

not come down through the fe-
male line in Persia,

So to-day Soraya — looking -a
little like Ingrid Bergman—meets

pass vhe serutiny of sister Ashrat
the twin princess, otherwise a
will hear about it,

working is very fine.
Finds in the Aurignacian and subsequent

cultures have been uncommon, though typi
cal backed blades, crescents and burins have
occurred. A few specimens, said to belong
to the Microlithic cultures of the Mesolithic
period, have also been found. So far no
specimens of the Neolithic period have been
recorded.

The conventionalised cave paintings,
largely representing wild animals and crude
forms, discovered in the Gaan Libah area in

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has been carried out and the paintings have
|so far not been dated and their culture
affinity not definitely affirmed.

| As many as 18 ruined towns, the report
\

: ; ‘ Lond E ess Service.
the dire results of what will happen if his weasailine. cgapepaeeasss xs

rights are not recognised and if he is not
accorded the power and position which he
considers that leadership of his party
entitles him to, ' :

Progressive West Indians look forward
to the day when a Federal Government
will embody the aspirations of the people
for West Indian unity. It is therefore
inevitable that all the people of the area
should take to-day an especial interest in
the men and women who seek the fayour
of the electoraté and who succeed in being
elected to the Legislative Assembly in
these islands. While they welcome exten-
sions of the franchise and more liberal
constitutions they cannot but feel certain
doubts when the conduct ‘of so many

would-be legislators leaves So much to be
desired.

It may be that the difficulties which







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A television system with only one screen has just
started in Hamburg.

The screen is in a war-time bunker, or air-raid
shelter, and members of the public are invited in
to see the programmes,

This is the first step towards providing Germany
with its first post-war TV service and it typifies the
interest that is being taken in television throughout
Europe.

In visits | have paid to Germany and Holland
s week; in talks I have had with officials from
the radio stations of other countries, one thing is
clear: Europe is infected with TV fever and the
great success of British television watched and ap-
plauded in Berlin by experts from many countries
as well as the Germans, has sharpened the deter-









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concludes, have been discovered. Most ol
them are in the west of the Protectorate arid
They

now attend the polities in all the islands
and territories of the area are incidental
and inescapable to the development of
political consciousness and political under-
standing among tne broad masses of the
people. It is to be hoped that they are no
more than the birth pangs of West Indian
democracy.

At to-day’s opening of the Council the
representatives of other islands will be
there to represent and convey the good
wishes and great hopes of the entire area to



aie iN sas ’ Bo 4 Norwegian State Radio, While he equipment. This firm has already eG
the Legislature and people of Trinidad. ial oe rags A mea 2). Waeene aan ine, lentned about =e launched its own TV on a “closea| records obtained from Ethiopian and Portu-
F +. Ree ns a exciting developments in ¢ circuit” in Holland; but the +43
came et oe a, thousand could only shrug his shoulders. Government have not yet allowed guese writings and that they formed part of ° 2
: o Mice was there, thats Was. Hb Ay 9 he said, ‘we have television sets to be made or|the province of Adal. This was one of the Your Inspection Invited
8 : 7 ountains. ought,
TO-MORROW

of TV because of the direct answer is whether, with only isted in this neighbourhood
i break off because the equipment Gourse it tak surround both i 2 existed in Ss g ‘: >
TO-MORROW Barbados in the person of | was taken to Russia. Boreas ea Mteles two 1,400,000 radio licences, they

its Governor, His Excellency Mr. A. W. L.
Savage will remember a British Victory
over the French off Cape Trafalgar one
hundred and forty five years ago.

In a quiet ceremony at eight o'clock His a LU z sot HOLLAND: Sets Banned Hilversum ruefully, “so how can LONDON.

t , country whose workmen = ge ’ ; ftv) Wes @ ° : , I rf
Excellency will-lay a wreath on Nelson’s around £4.a week. Holland’s problem is strictly we expect to make good tele- A 19-year-old Indian girl who can handle long
monument *YSoon the Hamburg transmitter financial. It springs frorn the un- vision:

Barbados has always honoured Nelson
almost as a West Indian and certainly as a
great Englishman. His marriage to the
daughter of the President of the Council
of Nevis, his stations.in St. Kitts, Antigua
and Jamaica are only additional reasons

mination to have television,

summer or autumn, This will not
service, For the Germans have
Deutschmarks carefully.

The Germans estimate that
a minute of television will cost
them around £42 compared
with £1 per minute for sound
broadcasting. The’ B.B.C’s TV
service ~sorks out at something
like £20 a ninute,
Germany has more cause to be
impatient for TV than any other
country on the Continent, for

opportunity to take up where the

war caused the Germans to

So now they are beginning
from scratch, hoping to find the
money and the subscribers. The
racio industry has undertaken to
make the receivers at between
£50 and £60, which is high for a

nt

will have a companion in Berlin:
in the first stages the service will
be two hours a day.
DENMARK: Money Trouble
While the Germans experiment,
the Danes are preparing to launch
a vublic service. a

Paul Berg, head of

GERMANY: Impatient
The service now being operated by the North-
West German Radio from Hamburg is experimental;
it is hopea that a public service will begin next

be an elaborate
to count their

the days in the week.

In addition to their ordinary
radio licence of £1, viewers will
have to pay £2. 10s.a yee . And
for some time the service will be
restricted to Copenhagen.
NORWAY: ‘In Three Years’

Most crestfallen man I saw
was Mr, Kristian Lange, of the

from the

pay

Mountains, the greatest enemy

chief cities. But the idea of a TV
Norwegian TV service has not
been entirely ruled out. “Perhaps
we will start in three years,” says
Mr. Lange optimistically. in

usual arangement of the broad-
casting service there.

The political parties and the
churches each have their own
racio service, but unite in pre-
senting programmes which can
have no. political or religious
background.

One thing is

not be
five years,



mast—bought, to many people's
indignation, from the Germans-—
is being set up at Lopik, 20 miles
ultra-modern
station at Hilversum,
The broadcasting societies will
for the programmes during
the experimenta]
commercial firm is providing the

Main question for the Dutch to

have enough people to support

Subsidiary question is whether
they have the artists to appegy.
“We cannot even make good fil?
Holland,” said a radio chief at

U.S.A. : Colour Next

vision is as far back in the minds
of the Continental countries as in
that of the BBC,
introduced for

So just as British TV 4s scoop-

[9a the Ethiopian side of the border.
~\ have contained roughly-dressed, mortarless-
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of the Mohammedan era. Investigations of
neaiby rubbish heaps have yielded such finds
as fragments of pottery, glass, bangles, beads
and cowrie shells and a few coins. Surface
finds have included fragments of blue and
white porcelain, assigned to the Chinese Sung
and Ming dynasties

It has been established that these ‘towns’
were in occupation down to the 15th and 16tb
centuries, that they link up with historical

radio



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columns of figures faster than a comptometer—and
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who say it will | pects to remain in London three months and then
at least! proceed to the U.S.

Shakuntala, a mathematical prodigy since the age

certain: colour-

Mr. ; Licence fees of a little over €1 jr the j . in | of five, has affidavits from the University of Mysore 7
ing his memory. : FS f the Danish S 4 ig the international pool ir °, ;

wor revering hb y ith sadness foreign department of Berlin. to a year are collected by the Post Berlin this year, the United | attesting her ability to figure cubes, fourth, fifth and ‘

Barbados will remember with sadnes: State Radio, visiting Office and shated: ‘according 10 States. will iid aeaig ethene ' , a

the news that the British Government had | see British television at work, told RCNA MELO te COMING: eke yah pe es rew thete even seventh roots mentally in a matter of seconds. :

ceased to provide for Nelson’s descendants me ot Denmatt Sian been next *nd the “union” which presents their. TV demonstrations — tne |, ne girl told International News Service she and 7

the non-bias programmes,

Americans explain that the equip-

er family first became aware of hei. éaculty when





rs ago by an Act of Parliament. ia and the manufacture. of s ‘
al on Picep nmi taste the island which Cas 4 already started. How would a TV ee ork ment could not be flown over | 4 RUA, @ mathematics student, came to visit them ;
30 Jong As ane f the But once. again the money uncer the same system? _, in time, ; \.n India, Shakuntala worked out lis mos: difficult i
built Nelson a statue even eee 1 factor will keep programme time The Dutch are Sete isd But.” they add, “come and see problems for him, without aid of pencil or paper : i
s edifice was raised in Trafalgar : : ie minimum. ® two-year experimenta iod our colour at the next fair.” o 7 , oo a c : ‘ . : ;
Raat, Loudon will always. remember.a » / eon; a om pected that Denmark to determine whether _ could World Copyright Reserved | “I don’t know how I do it.” the girl said. “No Milk Fed Chickens Plain Olives
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. to steal and play smart, and short would catch this letter and that bility of persons hurti their s Hams jn tins '

OUR READERS SAY Shopkeeping pay the merchants. Much to our something will be done in the enkles because of datp baina zig Ox Tongues

au ‘To the Editor, The Advocate, __—srregret_ because some day or other near future to help the situation. the cemented gutter caused be Ox Tails Leg Hams {

Public Utilities But Mr, Lewis himself does me — SIR,—Be kind enough by letting the Provost Marshal clerk wilt BEWILDERED. rain water. ,

vere less than justice when he sug- the competent authority and our put in his appearance, with a man Hoping thay the eyes of the Sole Table Butter

To the Editor, The Advocate, gests that I have exaggerated the Labour Government know through ring'ng the bell, Standpipe Danger Cor.nissioners will ‘atch theciis ‘

Sir,—Mr. A. E. 8. Lewis is dis: mischief! of this Public: Utilities your columns that through the SHOPKEEPER To the Edétor, The Advocate, and that some action will be|}) Cod Fish Peanut Butter }

pleased with me, and to my real Legislation, On the contrary, I small margin of profits allowed to SIR,—Please allow me to say taken in the near future to bet- i

regret I think that he has reason, have done no. more than call shopkeepers that they are forcing Houses a fun Warde teMaive to thee atand= ‘er this ditust'on’ befome anaes sae Pee Protas ie teas

for I certainly misunderstood attention to the effect of the them completely out of business To the Editor, The Advocate, pipe situated by Joe’s River dangerous accident occurs LIQUERS 5 i

s position. I trust that he will provisigns.. That Mr. Lewis finds: or in order to continue, they will STR,—Can ’ anything be done wooden bridge, St. Joseph. This WINFIELD WALCOTT Q “ Canadian Eggs 3
rgive me and find it the easier this alarming is not surprising, ’ 4

. do so repr he, on his part, for ityis alarming. their customers. Last ne James to see that the poor and issdanmgerous to the public. It is St, Joseph. Salted Peanuts
as misjudged me. ;. October 14th I read an article by oppressed classes, who are housed abou¢ twelve feet away f th .

But the fact that Mr. Lewis, co bia ds : ove ; about twelve feet away from the Top Notch Rum
It is only when, in my view, one of the Legislators who had : E. S. stating the gross profits in what we might call shanties or read, and on the same level. It Radio P

injustice is contemplated, or when

the Bill under consideration dia

have to steal and play smart on

is only 7%. L. E. S. makes me to

throughout the parish of St.

in better terms houses badly in

standpipe in its present position

has a very deep gutter between




Joe's River.




To the Editor, The Advocate,

Gold Braid Rum



some far-reaching decision is being g ar to realize its full , need of renovation? I feel that the two. During the rainy sea feevttnns 3? “Radio Dis- Bees Pe
taken without, as it seems to me, Srodiostions joka, I think, in- by stating such a low transport something could be done to help. sons the water from the hills nto has become so. popular y Vielle Cure | FRUIT and
sufficient consideration or reali- dicate that there’ was need for °St. The only way that L. E. S. Not long ago, such measures were pacs along vhis gutter to empty OE ie ene (meting, an. hour } 7
zation of the consequences, that further consideration. could get his. tvetght ‘costing, 80 taken in the parish of St. Thomas itself imto the b'g river which is pen it, I thei tt would bea great |) Guinness Stout VEGETABLES
t have tried to stress tin need little is if he takes home 8 or 10 to aid these unfortunate and I jo:+ ton to twelve feet away. elP, to, the community if they |}
for further deliberation. This, I Perhaps as time goes on Mr. eee, dollars aid oo per maf unhappy residents. Re sidents of the “aletric’ are un- poo et ae ee Weer ts a
think, is good citizenship. But Lewis may be increasingly glaa perioc am a small shopkeeper he poor people. prefer. to ahie to wot ee ia 7 stribution, we now bring you il
the proceedings in -the Vegities that he did not support this Bill, and have to pay at the rate of 20 resort to their homes rather than “ a ply ja a he © a your weekly Health Hour” — A CHEESE and BISCUITS
ture are out of my province and Anyhow, owing to my misun- cents per hundred pounds of goods the Almshouse, because they are eir supply of water during vhis talk on sanitation and public
I cannot undertake to study the derstanding, Mr. Lewis has a from town to my place of busi- of the opinion that they will be pe Teh health by so and so.
debates or accept blame for not legitimate grievance, and that I ness Now Sir, if the Government a pest to the Almshouse. It is said \fter the heavy rains of Weci Such talks would be exceeding-
having done so. Had Mr. Lewis regret. of this country will take a little that despite the fact that they are uiuy October 11, many people ly helpful to the Lesser or non
in |} pre mus letter set out hi Cc. E. SHEPHERD time off to check up on L. E. S. well sheltered there. they still were seen waiting for more than educated+ person, who through
action 3 well as h weumer Colleton H ¢ and check 1 ow 20 cent iffer some inconveniences hour to let the water sub ignorance hurt themselves
there would have been no m St. Pete wilt see Hoping that the eye of the i little before going througa â„¢@Py ways
understanding Oct: 16, 1950 1 exist 1S members of St. James Vest-y There is also a great possi- RADIO FAN.

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FRIDAY OCTOBER 20, 1950



Man Found ,
In Well Dies | ;

LOVIS HOLDER of Howell's
Cross Road, whe was veported
missing on September 14 and was
found in a well at the Belle Plan-
tation on September 21, died at
the General Hospital cn Wednes-

HERE WERE 14 traffic offences
- recorded in the.Police Reports
yesterday. Two motorists were
reported for exceeding the speed
limit and one for not stopping at
a major road. Two cyclists were
reported for dangerous riding.
The other offences were
ebstructing traffic, riding a bicycle
without a lighted lamp to the
front, manning a cart without a
lighted lemp to the front, aliowing
a motor vehicle to be driven with-
out paying the appropriate tax,
not complying with lawful direc-
tion, using an unregistered motor
vehicle and failing to have a rear
light.
RIDGETOWN enjoyed bright
sunshine early yesterday | a
After midday rain fell and the}
day became gloomy. These show-
ers stopped at akout 2.30. The|
temperature during the evening
was 84 degrees Fahrenheit in the | “
shade. 1}
HE RIGHT rear fender of} {
motor car S-46 was damaged| |) = .2« **
in an accident at Prince William |
Henry Street, near Victoria Street, |
at about 1.50 a.m. on Wednesday, |
Also invelved in the accident |
was a hand cart owned by N. B |
Howell of Bay Street and manned |
by Reginald Farrell of Codringtcn
Hill, St.. Miehsel. i
The car is owned by R. Massiah
of Sion Hill, St. James and wa
being driven by Franklyn Fergu;
son of Mile and Quarter, St. Pete:
THIRD BOYS’ CLUB will t¢
opened te-day. This wili
at District “C” Station, St. enili
The other Boys’ Clubs are at Bay
Street and Speightstcwn
N ACCIDENT occurred
. White Park Road at about
11.05 a.m. on Wednesday tetweer?

day.
A posi mortem examination wa }
performea und an inquest fixed) |
fop, to-day . *
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St. Mary’s Boys
Play At Princess
Alice Playfield |

“IT am contented with the pro-|
gress made by all the boys in the
different classes,’ Mr. H. E.!
Thorne, newly appointed Head-
master of the St. Mary’s Boys’|
Schcol, said when an Advocate
wepresentative visited the school
yesterday.

The school is very airy and the}
children are not confined through






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PELICAN ISLAND, where turkeys, pigeons, fowls and one woman live.

Pelican Is “One
Woman” Island

PELICAN iSLAND, the larger of Barbados’ two d.pend
encies to-day is thickly covered with almond and casuariné
trees. Anyone landing on the island can quickly coilect ;
basket full of ripe almonds from the ground.

A boat manned by Charles

Duke, who has been working on
|the island for the past four years,



Under The



the motor lorry M-1595, owned io of ae The oe at-| Cae rae © of 4
by the West Inaian Rum Refinery | tendance a ne present time is ; we o the west of the
aaa driven by Austin Boyce of| about 250 boys. Now in their! Evergreen ; island is very deep. ‘There is a
Orange Hill, St. James, and sixth week of the term, the boys soxely poss 09 ibe. norte. ROS
mule drawn cart owned by | ‘were usi y at wor! earning IN eae cae ; - ‘ 1
Daphney Dorson cf Park Road, maths, drawing, reading and car- TRAFALGAR SQUARE eo — eee eens
Bush Hall, and manned by ~ pentry, All seemed keen on what THE little evergreen tree in | picnic a this east . sna
cival Dorson of the mean address. poate, Se ine LN mes ee) Trafalgar Square is one of the Sea-eggs “in p enty can be
The .cart was dumagec entively wha eir teachers; busiest spots alon he wharf. s i rg
sie REACH at the Reef is in| had to say. | p gu found in the shallow water and

a very dirty condition. When; In the spacious yard Class 3 was|





| assemble there.

Day after day, men and women | occasionally divers can be seen

One will find the} around the east coast. There is

the Advocate visited this beach| doing geography and reading and) barber with his occasional client,}a cross current between th
yesterday a dead goat was lying the boys were split into sections! the taxi chauffeur awaiting a Bail Haland and the Princess Alice
on the teezh. This was being] according to their ability. In the) the idler or the mauby seller, | Play-field and many boats have
washed further and further in kitchen four boys were doing a; But most of the activity on that |alieady turned over in this area

when the waves came up. good job washing up the plastic!

It is in this very area that fish) cups after the 20-minute break)
vendors sell their catches and only | was taken around 10 a.m
a few yards away frem the goat Two were washing the cups!
people were selling bread and! while the other two looked after|
drinks. the tidiness of the room and tables

Other articles, including dis-| upon which a few buckets wart
carded pots, pans and hkedroom) placed. All the boys look forward!
utensils were scattered all over|to the “milk” break when it
the beach. comes . |

WO OF THE SPARS of the} A pretty little garden is being
Schconer Frederick P. Elkin,! cultivated at the back of the
which was abandoned off Bran-| school and every boy is given a
dons coast earlier this year, can| chance to do a bit in making tho
be seen floating at ancher in the | flowers grow.
sea off the Fontabelle coast. They| There is a small gymnasium in
are both covered with moss the yard and boys who are de-|
TWO-DAY CRICKET match’ sirous of building up their chests|
played between an Empire| and arms are helped to do so by}
XI and Goodwill C.C., ended in| lifting light weights under the;
victory for Empire. The game supervision of a teacher
was played at Retreat, St. Joseph| On Wednesday the recreational
and ended on Sunday. hour, which is from 2 to 3 in the
On the first day the game was afterneen, is taken on the Prin-
played at Bank Hall, Empire|cess Alice ground where all the
batted first and scored 231 for|poys take part in football, cricket!
eight wickets declared. The best land other exercises, |
scores were M. Jones 61, O. M
Robinson 45 and O. Fields 44.
For Goodwill Holder took four for | and
60 in 18 hours, Norman Walker | Both
two for 44 and L, St. Hill one for |
yO the close of play on the first
day Goodwill were 20 for two
with St. Hill 19 not out. Continu-
ing at Retreat on Sunday Good-
will were all out for 116, Holder
topscored with 42 and St. Hill
39. Millington took three for 14
and Frank Taylor four for 31.
Empire in their second innings
knocked up 66 for seven before
declaring. For Goodwill N.
Walker took four for 18 and
Holder two for 11, With only 28
minutes of play left Goodwill
went in and were 51 for four
when stumps were drawn.
HE ST. ANDREW’S Church
Boys’ and Girls’ Schools are
now being repaired. Work on
the Boys’ School began last week



|
{
at the Girls’ on Tuesday. |
are being boarded and,
shingled, Mr. M, Best is super-|
vising the work.

ELLEPLAINE C.C. suffered!

their first set back for the|
season when they were defeated |
by Sutherland at Sutherland on
Saturday. Belleplaine scored 88|
and 24 while Sutherland made}
111 and two without loss, R.
Boyce of Sutherland, who cap-
tured eight wickets for 15 runs,
was chiefly responsible for

the
collapse of the Belleplaine side.

POHE POLICE BAND will be

playing for the “Revuedevyille”

at the Empire Theatre at 5 o’clock |

and 8.30 o'clock this evening. |
FTHE MOBILE CINEMA will

give a performance at the!

Bay Street Boys’ Club room at 8

o'clock tonight. This is a private

show tor members of the Club.

WOOD FOR FUEL

~

Baby revels in the
delightful cream-like lather of
Cuticura Soap =‘ It combines

emollient ana medicinal

ties which keep his

* skin healthy and \?
free from blemishes, cx-
quisitely soft and velvety.

an



split

taken to homes or little shops ip
streets like Suttle Street and Ne’ -

| ticular about disclosing her naine,





spot is created by wood cutters.
Two or three men can be seen
standing wver their woodhorse
sawing up logs of wallaba wood
Nearby are a few women or me}

. : A fisherman told the Advocate
, , } 9 ~ g a ‘S, |
wie Fee eer cee yesterday that he can remember

itable f Sa eerie homie *|when “Rob Roy’ used to come
sultapie tor use by the housewite. up alongside the market in search
{of carcasses of cows or sheep that
had been thrown into the sea
after being found unfit for human
consumption. He said that “Rob
Roy” was so old that he had moss
on his back,

Turkeys, pigeons and ‘ow!s can
be seen on the island, but these
are owned by thé single resident
who is caretaker of the island.
She is Mrs, M. Whitehead.

The legendary shark “Rob Roy”.
which is much talked about by
local fishermen, is said to have
occup ed these waters.





—

What’s On Today

Court of Ordinary at 11.00
a.m,

Mobile Cinema, Bay Street
Boys’ Ciub at 7.30 p.m.

Police Bami at Revuede-
ville, Empire Theatre
8.30 p.m.

i omacuamnananenall





CASE CISMISSED

A CASE brought by the police
charging Ralph Burrowes of Fit:
Village, St. James, with exceed
ing the speed limit while driving
the motor lorry T-119 en Blacl
Rock. was dismissed ty His Wor
ship Mr. H. A. Talma yesterday

Burrowes was represented by
Mr. J. E. T. Brancker and Sgt
Forde prosecuted on behalf of the
police. Evidence was taken from
Cpls. Jones and McClean who said
that a stop watch trap was set on
Black Rock road over 110 yards
in which the lorry passed driven
by Burrowes.

Mr
the evidence of the
could not be taken as there was
some confusion about the times
the offence was committed

From the Green, the wood is

son Street where it is offered” ior
sale.

The housewife gets 5% pounds
of the wooed for 6 cents. This a
wood seller Said was reasonable.
She had to pay $3.47 for a quarter
ton of wallaba from the schooner,
pay 60 cents for cutting it up at
the Green and another 60 cents
to get it carried to her home,

Women usuaiuy buy the wood
from the schooners and then hire
men to do the chopping. When-
ever a schooner arrived from
British Guiana, over a dozen of
(them buzz around it trying to
make bargains.

One woman, who was not par-





told the “Advocate” that she wa:
doing that trade for years. “I
made well with it years ago, but

Drove Without Licence;
£12 Or 3 Months

now-a-days trade is very slow”

she said. She explained that. that A FINE of £12 t» be paid by
was due to the wide use of oi!]| instalments or in default three
stoves today. months’ imprisonment was im- |

posed on Gecrge Smal of Chap-

man Lane yesterday by § Hi:
Worship Mr. E. A. McLeod
Small was found gulity iv
ing the motor i i
McEnearney’s road wi r

a proper licence
The offence was ccm
September 1

£5 FOR SPEEDING

tted



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COCCSSES PPPS?

Brancker pointed out that |
prosecution |

ANOTHER FINE of £5 to t
paid by instalments or two |
months’ ywas imposed on Cecil
Greene of Queen Street by Mr
H. A. Talma for speeding whik
driving the motor car £-260 on
Black Rock road on April 18

Tho police saia in the: oer
that the car was driven 56 miles an heur and t! pee
limit on that road frr s
vehicle 30 miles an h

SEBEL AON

? “ Ft)
ELEC LALLA PELLET



BARBADOS ADVOCATE

PAGE FIVE



‘Obituary

bituary:

« W. R. Redman

THE death occurred at

residence “Bowden”, Hastiog

. | yesterday of Mr. W. Rupert Red-
} man, retired merchant of this city
| He was 87.

; Mr. Redman after leaving school
; joined the firm of Messrs, W. L
Johnson & Co. At an early time
| he showed marked business ability
jand this brought him quick
} promotion. It was the latter part
lof the nineteenth century still and
; there could be no trifling witn
standards. Success in business de-
pended not merely on business
| abilixy but on the maintenance of
ja high standard of ethics. It was
}this happy combination which
|made Rupert Redman respected
| among his colleagues



| After some years he acquired
| proprietary interests and the firm
{became Johnson & Redman until
aa this day a household name in
é 1 Barbados
; In private life Mr, Redman was
2s. | of a cheery personality, a loving
mee ~ | husband, a kind father and a firm
| friend. He lived to see many
*, changes in business in Bridgetown
and the advent of a new generation
of businessmen. Among these he
was highly respected, and even
when advancing yeats compelle:
his retirement his advice was
sought by those who had come
into contact with him in earlier
years. He leaves to mourn their
loss one Son Mr. Bert Redman still
of the firm of Johnson & Redman
jand one daughter Mrs, A. C. Bailey.
To them and other sorrowins

Beware O | relatives deepest sympathy will be
Ue extended,
The funeral took place yesterday



afternoon at St. Matthias Church
| in the presence of a large and
| representative gathering

| SICK SEAMAN PUT
ASHORE

JUAN BALLESTERO BELLO,
34-year-old Spaniard, was
landed here on Wednesday night

SAYS THOMAS

Mr. CHARLES THOMAS,|
British Council guest lecturer on
drama told an audience at Wake-
fleld this week that the great need



for amateurs is always to bear in! shortly after 9 o'clock by the
mind that they are the servants | Nerweigan oil tanker “Ranella”
of the audience and that it is only lana rushed to the General Hos-
by genuinely pleasing those who! ital suffering from a fractured
have paid to see them that they | tight shoulder and many ows
can derive real enjoyment from | aud bruises about the face. Ho
their work was detained,
F Bello was reperted to have
Mr. Thomas pointed out that | fallen about six fect from a lite
the common mistake of con-|poat on the “Ranella”, of wh'ch
centrating on light comedy fot’ he is an A.B. The accident oc-
amateurs was due to two miscon- | curred av about 4.30 p.m, on
| ceptions—firstly that comedy is the] Wednesday when the ‘“Ranella”
| @asiest to play of all dramatic! was about 40 miles off Barba-
‘forms, whereas in fact it is | dos.

| technically the most diffielt, and

The “Ranella” made an emer-
secondly that all the audience

gency call, It was on its way to

wants is to laugh itself hearse. Norway from Caripito with a
load of oil in bulk

Laughter is tne only form of It left port the same night

emotional expression, on the part] for Oslo. Its local agents are

of the audience, which makes a! Messrs ‘Gardiner Austin & Co.,

noise, so the inexperienced are apt} },td
to gauge their emotional effect







solely by this noise of laughter ‘ :

In fact what an audience wants 'CARIBBEE" BRINGS

is emotional experience -— the ,
more varied the better. The most LIQUOR ¥
important thing is for the play to Motor vesse}| “Caribbee” landed %
be a good one—the more inex-j; 30 cases of gin, 30 cases of brandy, s
perienced the players, the greater | 40 cases of wine here yesterday. %
their need for a good play in The “Caribbee” arrived during
which the author will have done] the morning from Dominica, Its
half their work for them. cargo also included supplies of !%

fresh fruit, copra, candid peel and
Mr, Thomas answered fully the | eschealot
questions put to him by members The “Daerwood”
of the audience, many of whom | yesterday's arrivals,
are most active in drama in Bar-'iresh fruiv’, cocoanuts,
bados. ima charcoal from St,

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FOR SALE
AUTOMOTIVE

i!
CAR -— Ford Prefect 10 M.P. done
17,500 miles. Apply Harold Weather-
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# 20.10.50—t.f.n.

CAR—i1) Hillman 6,800 miles good
@ new. Dial 95-267 E. H. Farmer.
Andrews Plantation St. Joseph,

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BEDFORD 12/15 cwts. delivery Van.
New and already conditioned for
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CAR—Dodge 1937 Model, 4 good tyres.
New Battery. Apply: Frank Watkins,
c/o Gardiner, Austin & Co. 18.10.50—3n.
DODGE TRUCK—187 Model in excel-
lent condition. Apply to Baroados
Telephone Co Ltd. 18.10.50—5n.

FEDERAL TRUCK--Offers will be
received in writing by Courtesy Garage
up to 49 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—2n .

MOTOR HEARSE — ln good condition
& in good working order, no reason-
able offer refused. Dial 3369. D. A.
Brown, Black Rock.







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1% h.p. On view at Showrooms
Courtesy Garage. An opportunity Zor
Jadies. Dial 4391. 18.10.50—3n.





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ELECTRICAL BQUIPMENT—
Eveready and Tropex batteries l4c. ea.
Premiere Electric Irons & Toasters; Min-
ute turners and ceiling fixtures. Em-

tage Electrical Co. Dial 3918
20,.10.50—3n..

ONE PORTABLE AIR COMPRESSOR:
% H.P. Motor with 60 Ibs. pressure
gauge and tank Price $180.00. Dial
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RADIO — (1) 9 tube Phillips in good
condition no reasonable offer refused.
Apply to Mr. Gandirt Sandford Plan-
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19.10.50—-2n.
FURNITURE

CHAIRS—Sturdy, attractive, Wouden
Chairs in Walnut, Mahogany and
“Natural Finish at $5.78 each. G. W.
Hutchins» & 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;
Ccrd Index Cabinets; Steel Office Chairs,
end other office equipment now obtain-
able from stock from T. Geddes Grant
itd., Bolton Lane. Phone 4442,
15.10.50—fn.

LIVESTOCK

COW -— One (1) Heifer three years
old in good condition, nine months in
calf with first calf.



20. 10.50—3n.

MECHANICAL

————
BICYCLES—Hercules, at special tow

prices. Courtesy Garage. Dial 4391,
~ 18.10.50—8n.

JACKS—Garage Hydraulic Trolley,
from 2 to 7% tons Capacity. Dial 4391.
18.10.50—3n.

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ABBOTT'S PREPARATIONS. _Haliver
Malt 6/-; Cofron 12/-, Geo. C. Ward
& Co., St. Lawrence. 5



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BUCKLEY'S PREPARATIONS. ‘Cough
Mixture 87c.; White Rub 55e.; Nezine §5c.

Kams l5e. Geo. C. Ward & Co.
15,10.50.—7n.



BABY'S CRADLE — In good condition
with MATTRESS and CASTORS. $24.00!
Dial 2294, 15.10,50—3n












CEREALS — Corn Flakes, all Bri
Shredded Wheat, Vigro Flakes Oatflakes
in tins, Packages & Loose, W. M. Ford.
Dial M89. 35 Roebuck Street. .

20.10.50—Sns

errhp
DOOR MATS—Fibre Door Mats in
several designs and sizes, Prices from
$2.27 up. G. W. Hutchinson & Go.
Ltd. Dial 4222. 17.10.50—Sn

GATOR ROACH HIVES—Thne Magic
Bait. Easy to use, long lasting and sani-







tary. Only a limited quantity — Get
yours now. Knights Ltd.-All Branches.
19.10,50.—3n.





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

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

18,.10.50—t.f.n.

(eoestaisiitlipshaehahtial allie bila hail gcacabiaiiods
'IANO-—One Grand Piano by Rogers,

Froperty of ‘the Barbados Choral
Society.

Offers in writing will be received
by Mr. Gerald Hudson, Pendle, Pine

Hill, Phone No. 3862
20,10 ,50-—-2n .
—<—_$————$—$—————————————
SQUIBB'S. PREPARATIONS Cod Liver
Oil 9/- Sulmefrin Calcium Gluconate.
Glycerine Suppositories 3/6 —Geo. C.
Ward & Co. 15,10.50,-—7n.
SS
SALE — Among other items we sell
Khaki at 50c. per yd. ROYAL STORE.
14.10,50-—Zn.

TORCH LIGHTS—Two Cell Torch
Lights complete with batteries. Black
and Chrome cases. Only $1.17 each.







G. W. Hutchinson & Co. Lid, Dial
4222. 17,10,50—3n

TINNED FRUIT —~- Pears, Peaches,
Prunes; Apricots; Fruit Salad & sliced

Pineapvle. W M Ford Dial 3489
35 Roebuck Street
20.10.50-—-2n

FOR RENT





BUNGALOW — Fully furnished 3-
bedroom Bungalow newly built in
cool locality 2% miles from town.
Available for a period of 12 months from
Ist. December. Inspeciion by appoint-
ment. Phone 4476,

15.10 .50—fn.

FREELANDS Maxwell unfurnished
available November 1st Apply Mys
C. A. Moore, on premises

19.10, 50—3n

FLAT -- To an approved tenant --
A comfortable well furnished Fiat
Pleasant surroundings. Situated, Hotel
area. For further details write “F" C/o
P.O. Box 250 18.10. 50—3n



















FLOWER .DEW—Maxwell Coast 3)
Bedrooms, Telephone, Fridge, Radio,
Garage and all modern conveniences

L. Gonsalves. Maxwell Road











18.10.50—-7n
HEATHFIELD—On Crane Coast Fuliy
furnished. From December Phone 8385
Mrs. A. D. Herbert |
20.10.50--6n |}
ae oe |
MALTA-Cattiewash, for the months]
of No vr, December and Januar
Apply: Mr I. Weatherhead. Dial 3835

18.10, 50-——4 |

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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 dwetl-
ing house called ‘SEAFORD" jon sea)
standing on lands of GRAEME HALL
at WORTHING, CHRIST CHURCH
house contains open verandah, drawing,
dining, 4 bedrooms, W.C. Bath, Electric

light, enclosed yard. For inspection

and terms of sale apply: Dial 27.
R. ARCHER McKENZIE,
Auctioneer.

17.10. 50—6n



UNDER THE IVORY HAMMER

By instructions received from the In-
surance Company, I will sell at Fort
Royal Garage, St. Michael's Row, on
Friday, October 20th (1) 1948 Vauxhall
14 H.P. damaged in accicent; (1) 1950
Ford Prefect . Damaged by fire. Sale
at 2 p.m, Terms CASH.

VINCENT GRIFFITH,
Auctioneer.
15.10.50.—4n.

REAL ESTATE

“GOSHEN''sOne 3 roofed chattel
house with gallery, open verandah and
kitchen attached, containing drawing
and dining rooms, two bedrooms, and
breakfast room, situate at Tudor Brice,
St. Michael. Apply to W. I. Grifich,
C/o Haynes & Griffith, Solicitors, i2
High Street. 18.10.59—S9

“KIMBOLTON” — Corner of -nd
Avenue Belleville & Pine Road. For
further particulars, Phone 3177

20.10.50—3n.











The projerty known as “The Market
Place”, standing on 5,225 square feet of
land at Orange Street, Speightstown, St.
Peter. The above property will be set
up for sale by Public Competition at our
Office, James Street, on Friday 27th
October, 1950, at 2 p,m.

For inspection, apply to Mr. C. H. P.
Jordan, Speightstown

YEARWOOD & POYCE,
Solicitors.
19.10.50.—8n,

PUBLIC NOTICES
DANCE NOTICE

TICKET holders are reminded of tne |
Belleville Tennis Club Dance to be
hele at Abbeville) Guest use, |
Werthing. On Saturday October 21st
Dancing from 9 p.m rota â„¢m
ADMISSION — $1.
20.10. 50—2n







NOTICE

THE WOMEN’S SELF HELP will be
opening on Friday 77th October. Mem-
bers are asked to bring in their work
from Monday 23rd. Flowers will not’
be accepted before the morning of the
27th, Consignors will be paid as usual

op Friday 27th. Subscriptions $1.00.
17.10.50—6n.





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-
iormation on the type of material re-
quired for this work can be obtained
from_the Church Warden, D. D. Gar-
ner Esq., Marchfield, St. Philip.

W. U. GOODING,

Parochial Treasurer,
St. Philip.
17,10.50—Gn.



NOTICE

“SEALED Tenders for the erection
ef a Communal Bath and Toilet in
Ch: Village, St. Philip; will be Te-
ceived by the undersigned up to the
28th October 1950. Plans and Spocifi-
cations of same, can be seen from the



Ch. Warden D. D. Garner Esq.,
Marehfield, St. Philip.
w.U. GOODING,
Parochial Treasurer,
St. Philip.
17.10, 50—6n.
NOTICE

PARISH OF ST. PETER

Applications for one or more Vacant
Vestry Exhibitions for the Alexandra
School will be received by the under-
signed up to Wednesday November Ist
1950. Application forms and ali par-
liculars can be obtained from the un-
the office during. ‘Tues-
from 10.00 am. to 3.00 p.m.,
lays from 10.00 a.m. to 1.00 p.m
4 from 10.00 a.m. to 12 noon



oA

Signed G. S. CORBIN,
Vestry Clerk,
20.10.50—4n,

NOTICE
PARISH OF ST. PETER

1 Applications are invited for the
office of Parochial Medical officer
for the Parish of St. Peter. Ap-
plicants must be registered Medi-
cal practitioners.

Salary is .00 per month plus
$20.00 for the V.D. Clinic,

2 The appointment will take place
from 25th Mareh 1951.

3. Applications stating age and qugh-
fications etc, must be forwarded
to the undersigned by January
25th 1951.

4. For further particulars apply ‘to
the undersigned at the office du-



ving?—
TuesGays from 10,00 am. to 3.00
pom
Thursdays from 10.00 a.m. to 1.00
p.in,

Saturdeys from 10,00 a.m. to 12 noén
Signed G. S. CORBIN _

Vestry Clerk,

St. Peter
20.10.50—12n

EDUCATIONAL
VACANT SCHOLARSHIPS

GIRLS’ FOUNDATION SCHOOL

There are one or more vacant Founda-
tion Scholarships at the Christ Church
Girls’ Foundation School. Applicants must
be children of Parents residing in the
Parish of Christ Church and who are in
straitened circumstances.

The applicants must be between the
ages of 10 years 6 months and 12 years
on the day of the examination, which
will be held by the Headmistress at the
School on Friday 27th October at 9,30
a.m.

Forms of application can be obtained
from the Secretary, W. H. Antrobus, Hil-
ton House, Bay Street. These forms must
be returned accompanied by a baptismal
certificate to the Secretary not later than
4 p.m. on Friday 20th October.

W. H. ANTROBUS,
Sec. Gov. Body,
Girls’ Foundation School.
8.10.50—8n.



ENTRANCE EXAMINATION

GIRLS’ FOUNDATION UCHOOL

An Entrance Examination for the
School Year January—July 1951 will be
held at the school on Friday 27th October
1950 at 9.30 a.m. Appiications will be
received up to Friday 20th October by
the Headmistress and must be accompan-
ied by a baptismal certificate and a testi-
monial from the Headmistress of the last
school attended by the pupil.

Applicants must be between the ages
of 8 years and 12 years on the date of
the examination,



Parents or Guardians accompanying
their daughters or wards are hereby noti-
fied that there js no accommodation for
them at the school on the date of the
examination and that the examination of
applicants will not start until they leave
the premises.

W. H_ANTROBUS,
Sec. Gov. Body,
Girls’ Foundation School.
8.10.50—8n

T0-DAY'S NEWS FLASH

WALKING STICKS
3/6 & 4/6
of English Ash and Cherry

CHURCHWARDEN PIPES
TWIST DRILLS—AIl Sizes

at
JOHNSON’S STATIONERY
and HARDWARE









WANTED



HELP
_A JUNIOR BOY for office work
Please apply by letter and person
ty Ceve Shepherd & Co., Lid
20.10. 50—3n





An Experienced MAID-RUTLER, with |

ee Avply to Mrs. Tom Wulkin-
san ckerbie House, Brittons Cros:
Road, St. Michael 19.10'S0. —Sn. |





A GIRL for Grocery Department.—Geo. |
C. Ward & Co., St. Lawrence :
15.10.50,—7n,

YOUNG SCOT, age 23, with sound
knuwledge of bookkeeping” and genera!
busiress practice seeks employment
with progressive firm of commisson
agents in colony Capital available
Replies to 2298 Wm. Proteous & Co,







oe Agents; Glasgow; Scot-
and."
20.10. 50a2n
40
MISCELLANEOUS
BOXES — All kinds of Card Board
Boxes other than corrugated
Apply Advocate Binding Dept

29.10.50—t.f.n

COMMUNICATION with
Would any of the Atweil family
Barhados please communicate with
their brother, Lionel, at 326 West, 47tn
oor New York, 19, New

relatives



THE public are hereby
against giving credit to my wife
LILIAN STAURT {n'ee Harris). as 1
do not hold myself responsible for her
or anyone else contracting any debt or
debts in my name unless by a written
erder signed by me

Sed. THORONTON STUART,
Brittons Hill,
St. Michael
19.10. 50—2n .

OFFICIAL SALE |
|



EPARBADOS
IN THE ASSISTANT COURT OF .
APPEAL
(Equitable Jurisdiction)
FRANK LEWIS WIUTSHIRE
—Pinintitt
OSCAR EZEKIEL WILTSHIRE

~Defendant
NOTICE is

hereby given that by
viitue of an Order of the Assistant
Court of Appeal dated the 18th day
of October 1950 there will be set up

for sale to the highest bidder at the
Cffce of the Clerk of the Assistant |
Court of Appeal at. the Court House, |
Er.idgetown, between the hours of 12!
‘nven) and 2 o'clock in the afternoor
en Friday, the 29th day of December
1950. All that certain piece oy parcel
<«f land situate at Marleyvale in ‘ne!
snid parish of Saint Philip and islana
aforesvid containing by admeasurement |
one rood nineteen perches or ther2- }
abvuts abutting and bounding on lands !
of A. Wiltshire on lands of A. Jordan |
on lands of E. Rudder on other lands
of the said A. Jordan on lands of S$
Blades oy a road on lands of A. Riley |
and on the public road or however
else the same may abut atid bound.
eod if not then sold the said property
will be set up for gale on every suc-
ceeding Friday between the same}
hours until the same is sold tor a sum \
not less than £125.0.0
Dated this 18th day of October 1950





I. V, GILKES. ~
Acting Clerk of the Assistant Court
of Appeal |
}
OFFICIAL NOTICE
BARBADOS.

IN THE ASSISTANT COURT OF
APPEAL

(Equitable Jurisdiction)
FRANK LEWIS WILTSHIRE
—Plaintit?

OSCAR EZEKIEL WILTSHIRE :

—Defendant

IN pursuance of an Order in this
Court in the above action made cn
the 18th day of October 1950, I give
notice to all persons haying any estate
right or interest in or amy lien or in-
cumbrance affecting. AM that certain
mece or parcel of land. situate at
Marleyvale in the said parish of Saint
Philip and island aforesaid containing
by admeasurement one rood nineteen
perches or
pounding on lands of A. Wiltshire on
lands cf A. Jordan on jaads of §
Rudder on other lands of tne said “A
Jordan on lands of 9. Blades on a road |
en lands of A. Riley and on the public {
road or however else the same may
abut and bound.. To bring before ‘me |
au account of their said claims with
their witnesses, documents and vouch-
ers, to be examined by me on any
Tuesday, or Friday between the hours
of 12 ‘noon and 3 o'clock in the
afternoon, at the Office of the Clerk
of the Assistant Court of Appeal at
the Court House, Bridgetown before
the 27th day of December 1950, in!
order that such cliims may bie rank- |
ed secording to the nature and priori-
ty thereof respectively; otherwise such
persons will be precluded | from the
benefit of the said Decree, and be de-,
prived of all claim on or against the
said property.

Claimants are also notified that they
must attend the said’ Court on Wéa-
nesday, the 27ih day of December
1950, at 10 o’clock a.m. when their
said claims will be ranked

Given under my hand this 18th day
of October 1950 '

GILKES,

Tio.
Ag. Clerk of the Assistant Court of
Appeal, !











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HARBOUR L0G | SHEPPING NOTICES
In Carlisle Bay ROYAL NETHERLANDS |,

“Sin ionimmmuclG, “Guegees" scx’ | STEAMSHIP
. = M.V. “T. B. RADAR” will
S. Sch. Emmanuel C. Gorfion; Sen co. : .

SAILING ML

and
e Catt ase St. Lucia, “St. Vineent,
ms. “Dar Ith. ist. October and Ariee. Date of
A Vessel iv. Getober. ict November to be potied

mr .
SAILING FROM AMSTERDAM MN. “CAMESES™ wil santet



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THERE’
: AND TONIC BENEFIT










. rs Cargo and Passengers for
= Yeast+ Vite quickly a boven |
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,
: bec oe fn tec: oe | aauuene v0 ganamanino ||] "Yi 2" oaenwooo- wil
Kristiansen, from Carapito. : ms. * 9th. October Cargo : 2 oe
tonic properties - an mia : * Sabine ‘saias eee j Aruba. aailing Saturday
helps you to feel brighter, look DEP. . a TRINIDAD AN 2st.
sleep more casily and S.S. Romella, 4206 tons net, Capt | my. qian ACAlmO Crex B.W.L, Schooner Owners’
better, y a Krist for Oslo ‘HEA Mth. October.
enjoy more enemy. Nexs tleue Sch. Cychorams O11 tone net, Capt | SAMANG TO MADEIRA. PLEMOUTH, a s..
want pain relief take Yeast~ Oni for St. Vincent, SORANSEST At - No.
. ; m.s, . Octader.
Vire ‘and get tonic benefit 100 1 Sen Belgien, eosons net, Capt. | ty, neon sue Ure. ;
er = Molty r Jones, 37 tons aet psd 5
. Clouden, for Dominica



“Ry b ee a Oe
cask riod Canadian National Steamships



SOUTHBOUND Sails Sails Sails Arrives Sails
Seale By BW RAL Montrea) Halifax Besten Garbados Barbados
Ernest Smith: Lynn Ramires: Kath- LADY RODNEY .. .. .. 19. Oct. Oct. 18 Cet. 27 Cet. 28 Oct,
leen Knowles: Flora Hi : Portia CRUISER .. . ® psa 27 Oct. _ 1 Nov. 17 Nov.
Howard: Elpidi Serra: Elina Serra’ | LADY “~ “ tert , 4 Nov. © Nov. 15 Nov. 16 Nov.
Eiaine Bernard: Norman Kelly; eily
Moore: William Green: Lucy Cato
ce Cato: Carmen Hayos: Alexander s
|OvOs. HROUND Arrives Gatls wetves = Arrives Arrives Arrives
From GRENADA: Barbados Barbados Boston Malifax Montreal 8t. Joho
James Fathers: Marie Taylor, Henri
Asha: a. Presromane: Canon Lay wan . £3 1) Nov. % Nov - ong 14 Oct.
1f you are worried about “DEPARTURES BY B.W.1.A.L ; oe ™ *~ ae

For TRINTDAD:
inhi eaten Geatge a Nobriga:
3 S, vesbia lo: Vernon reen:; Andrew
course of SevenSeaS Pure : Christine: Patricia Edwards: Kenneth
Edwards: Conrad O’Brien; Joseph Her-
rera: Edward Hoad; Frederick Clair-

Cod Liver Oil. Its rich
natural fa’ vitamin monte: Carlton Harris; Melvin Athpr-
7 fats and vit . ley: B. BP. Arrow-Smith, 1
will do much to restore For ST. KITTS; °

i John Glover; Mabel Glover: Kenneth
energy and build up new Borker: Frank Osborne: Emile Dette
health and strength,

his health, give him a good



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GARDINER AUSTIN & CO., LTD. — Agents.
screenees nti enone string ne wii sk ca.
lll —_——

aii CHE. GLE, TRANSATLANTIQUE
MAIL NOTICES

For MARTINIQUE:
Herbert Rakes

For ANTIGUA:
Kalph Loxton.

FRESH PURE

16 et 3



ea Wan CPs eveeceseoudes MAILS for St, Manca: Sty, Vincent French Line
Gren : th acer
, cia 8 t wood will be closed at the General Post | | SS. “COLOMBIE” Sailing to Trinidad and La Guaira on the
se nesnenayh save > + Office as under;- : 3 25th October 1950, accepting passengers.
Does; he’ get ; | ieee Motes base. ao tne S.S. “COLOMBIE” Sailing to Plymouth and Le Havre via
Â¥ e Him Get, 1960. Ae re sai Martinique and Guadeloupe on the 29tn
+ Domir : n ay jont-
chest _colds 5 serrat: Nevis: St. Kitts by "the M.V October, 1950,
. ~ we e Coritthee will be closed at the General
r e Post Office as under:— For further particulars, apply to:—
and{coughs? : Midi" at. 2" p.m. Ordinary” Mall "at a M NE TD
a . : aa al
56 - e Pm. on the 20th Oct 1950. R. . JO Ss & Co. L .-Agenis.
e
.
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The Barbados Mutual 3
Life Assurance Society
LOST POLICY

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ES SS eS eee ene earqnees: Seana an

AUCTION
with

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CAPSULES in tubes containing from 25, also
LIQUID in bottles of 6, 8 or 16 fluid ounces,

If you cannot get SevenSeaS write to... CUTHBERT ALLAN

PROVERBS having made
sworn deposition that Policy
No. 24,351 on the life of
RALPH STANLEY PROV-
ERBS has been lost, and
having made application to
the Directors to grant a
duplicate of the same,
NOTICE is hereby given
that unless any objection is
raised within one month of
the date hereof the dupli-
cate Policy asked for wil

issued.



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suggest to their numerous customers
and the general public that they start
saving from to-day for their big annual







money saving event which begins on
Monday, October 30th and continues
throughout November.

ELECTRIC SUPPLY
CORPORATION LTD.

BARBADOS

The variety of merchandise and the
keenness in prices on this occasion

NOTICE

will eclipse all previous ones.



Prepare now for the big rump when

--. Manufact: have decided that repairs to one of

all roads lead to our Restnes o- " ie par be delayed. the Corayany has in
consequence had to put this Generating Set (900 K-W.) out of

com and, owing to the reduction of standby Plant now

wy N. z=, WILSON & CO. available as a result, may find it necessary to shed load at

intervals during the next few months.
The House well known. for new Goods

genuine goods and low prices.

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



Vv. SMITH,
General Manager

20th June, 1950.






PAGE EIGHT







MEMBERS of the Ladies tear
left, at the Aquatic Club yesterday afternoon just before the match.
right: Gill Reed, Mary Knight, Frieda Carmichael, Toni Browne, Roberta Vidmer and Joyce Allen.

LADIES GET READY

(ane eeteeinee me ninnseneriniomsietinenesieeanmeainnine

+
et their caps from one of the captains Frieda Carmichael, third from

Others in the picture are left to



60 Horses Entered W.l.Need Two

For B.T.C. Autumn
Meeting :

SIXTY HORSES have been entered for the B.T.C. Autumn
Meeting to take place at the Garrison Savannah on Saturday |

|
|

November 4, Thursday November 9 and Saturday Novem-

ber 11.
the Autumn of last year.

This number fell short by three of the record for

The entries closed at the offices of the Turf Club yesterday

afternoon.



B.G. LEADS
CHESS GAMES

{From Our Own Correspondent)

GEORGETOWN, B.G., Oct. 19.

British Guiana staged a come-
back at the close of the second
session of the Intercolonial Chess
Congress on Wednesday to take
the lead by half a point from
Trinidad. H. O. E. Barker (B.G.)
beat C. B. Gilkes (Barbados),
F. L. Osborn (B.G.) beat J. S,
Quashie (Trinidad), F. Ogle
(B.G,) drew with F. E.. Brassing-
ton (Trinidad), Rene Pratt
(Trinidad) beat J. K..L. Gran-
num (Barbados).

British Guiana are now three
and a half points, Trinidad three
and Barbados one and a_ half.
Grannum resigned to Pratt on the
thirtieth move, Brassington offer-
ed Ogle, who accepted a draw at
the thirty-fifth move, Quashie re-
signed to Osborn at the fourteenth
move and Gilkes resigned after
four and a half hours’ play to
Barker in a game that went over
forty moves.



Television Lessens

Fight Takings

CHICAGO, Oct. 12.
The International Boxing Quub
has had some dandy Chicago
stadium scraps such as Wednes-.
day night’s Charlie Fusari—Tony
Pellone slugfist. But
way to make the public pay to

see them is another story. |

Fusari scored a 10th round
technical knockout over the in-
eredibly game Pellone and tele-
vision scored some sort of knock-
out over IBC. Only 3,924 fans
preferred watching the gladiators
in the flesh to seeing them on the
screen.

IBC had expected at least
10,000. Gross taking was $19,205
and net only $14,774.

Just two weeks ago about 8,900
attended the also televised Rocky
Graziano-Gene Burton brawl
IBC had hoped for 12,000. So it
looks like a long lean winter at
the gate for 1BC which still has
eight Chicago television ecommit-
ments in a 10 show package deal.;

—C.P.

RQMERO WILL NOT
FIGHT.

LONDON, Oct. 19,
Luis Romero of Spain, Europ-
ean Bantamweight champion who
was to have fought Ray Fitton of
Manchester at the Royal Albert
Hall here next Tuesday has had
to withdraw because of an injured
hand. } 7
His place will be taken by Luis
De Santiago, Spanish feather-
weight champion who beat Fitton
on points at Manchester last win-

ter. Reuter,

Theyll Do It Eve




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Of the 60 entrants there are
five horses from overseas namely,
*harlite, Flying Ann, Manu and
*yont Hopper from Trinidad and
B.ue Grass from Grenada.

Horses which will not he seen
at the Meeting are Storms Gift,
:» champion miler which has
developed tendon trouble and has
retired from racing, Mr. K. D
Edwards’ The Gambler and Hon

D. Chandler’s Pepper Wine.

The entries were as follow :—
FIRST DAY

No, 1—~Autumn Stakes Claes 5 C & C2
Maidens—S'a Furlongs Miss Panic, Har-
oween, Fair Sally, Ability, Kitchen
‘vont, St. Mor:tz, Arunda, Nan ‘Tudor
No, %-Brighton Stakes Class G &
W/A—5% Furlongs Bachelor's
Blue Gras, Front Hopper, Sun
Blue Diamond, Maytime, Vixen,
Ann, Duchess, Wilmar Manu,

Lower
Foily,
Jewel,
Piying
Mopsy.

No. Savannah Lodge Stakes Classes
F and F2 only—7% Furlongs Miss Friend-
ship, Epleure, Tango, Bonny Lass, Col-
leton, Apollo, April Flowers, Crossbow,
Foxglove, Pharos Il, First Flight,

No, 4-—-South Caribbean Stakes Class
A & Lower—9 Furlongs River Sprite,
Pharlite, Gun Site, Kidstead, Atomic II,
Infusion, Elizabethan, Tiberian Lady.

No. 5—November Stakes Class C &
Lower—7% Furlongs Fair Contest, Wa-
‘ereress, No-to-nite, Flieuxce, Ability,
Kidstead, Rebate, Tiberian Lady, Oat-
cake

No. 6—Trumpeter Cup—Class F and
Lower—5% urlongs Consternation,
Vanguard, Hi Lo, Dunese, Soprano,
Crossroads, Flame Flower, Usher.

No. 7—Constitution Stakes—Class D &

Ann, Water
Fort, Apollo,

Lower—5% Furlongs—Mary
Cress, Firemist, Kendal
Dulcibella, Oatcake,

No. #&—Worthing Stakes—Class B &
Lower—5% Furlonds—Sun Queen, Abil-
ity, Kitchen Front, Infusion, Musk,
Landmark.

SECOND DAY
%—Sprinters Stakes—Class

Furlongs —- Phariite,
Ability,

A &
‘Sun
Infusion,

No,
Lower—5%@
Queen, Dulcibella,
Musk, Landmark.

No. 10—Constitution Handicap-—Class
D & Lower—T% Furlongs—Mary Ann,
Water Cress, Firemist, Kendal Fort, Dul-

cibella, Oateake.

No 1i—Ngysery Handicap—Class F
and Lower Furlongs-—Consternation,
Hi-Lo, Dunese, Crossroads, Flame
Flower, Usher, Soprano, Vanduard.

No, 1%—Worthing Handicap—Class B
and Lower—7% Furlongs—River Sprite,
Sun Queen, No-to-Nite, Flieuxce, Abil-
ity, Kidstead, Infusion, Rebate, Tiberian
Lady, Landmark.

Ne, 13—Brighton Handicap—Class G &
Lower—5% Furlonas—Bachelor's Folly,
Blue Grass, Sun Jewel, Maytime, Flying
Ann, Duchess, Wilmar, Manu, Mopsy,
front Hopper, Vixen, Blue Diamond.
No. 14—Savannah Lodge Handicap
—Classes F and F2 (Onlyi—7% Fur-
ongs—Colleton, Miss Friendship, Apollo,
April Flowers, Foxglove, Crossbow,
2haros Il, Epicure, Bonny Lass, First
Flight, Tan#o.

No, 15—Autumn Handicap-—Class C
ind ower—5'% Furlongs—Miss Panie,
Fair Contest, Watercress, Harroween,

Dulecibella, Fair Sally, Flieuxce, Ability,

Sitchen Front, St. Moritz, Arunda, Nan
Tudor,

No. 16—South Caribbean Handicap—
‘lass A & Lower—9 Furlongs—River
jprite, Pharlite, Gunsite, Kidstead,
Atomie II, Infusion, Elizabethan, Rebate
Tiberian Lady, Landmark.

THIRD DAY

No, Ui—St. Lawrenee Handicap-—Class
i & Lower—9 Furlongs—River Sprite,
un Queen, Flieuxce, Kidstead, Infusion
Tiberian Lady, Landmark.

No. 1%—Reokley Handicap—Class D &
Lower Furlongs—Mary Ann, Water-

e-oss, Firemist, Kendal Fort, Dulcibella,
€ teake,
No. W—St, James Handieap—-Classes F

& F2 (Only)
leton,

5% Furlongs-—Tango,
Apollo, Foxglove,

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Fast Bowlers
SAYS STOLLMEYER

(From Our Own Correspondent)
PORT-OF_SPAIN
“The West Indies, in order to
be on equal terms with Australia
must find two really fast bowlers,”
said Jeffrey Stollmeyer, last of
Trinidad representatives on the
West Indian team to England who
returned home yesterda:

Stollmeyer said that he felt
that the West Indies in all other
playing departments are equal t
the Australians. He claimed that
the excellent team spirit which
prevailed throughout the tour, the
success of Ramadhin and Valen-
tine; their stamina, accuracy and
consistency — and the all-round
strength of the batting were



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BARBADOS ADVOCATE

_ Snappers

Defeat
Flying Fish

k.sn io.r goals to love in
their repay K.O., fixture at the

arhados Aq-at.c Club yesterda)
iternco,.. For Snappers, Delbert
© Bnnyte aid Biily Manning
C.fO< to geu.s each. Peer King

; biliday in Barbades lined up

© his od team, Fiying Fish.

In the Ladies’ practice match,

the ‘B’ team defezsed their oppo-
nents one goai toJove, which was
scored in the las. .2\, seconds of
ithe game by Pnoylius Chandler.
the match s were as tollows,
the Ladies match was played first.





‘A’ Team t—b foam 1

The ladies, piay:ne tneir first
eal pratiice Muu preparauon
for the forthcoming vist: of a4
frinidad Lidies team, up a
promising performance Toere
vas little diilerence in ihe s.an-
iart of play of each ara, they
oth made several mistakes, bul
oncenfrated practices from now
ym, will put them. in ycod shape
xy the tame he Trinidadians
arrive,

Gil Recd showed good promis
in gyal and at one time saved a!

east tour certainties Git
Begjamin, Joyce Allen, Mar.
Knight and Phyliis Chandler

played a forceful game, supported

oy Jean Chandler, Frieda
Carmichael, Heather McKinnon
Ramona Ccrrigan and ‘Toni
Browne. Anne Eckstein playing



in goal did not have as much work
to do as her colleacue Gill Reed,
Phyllis Chandler scored the
winning goal for her team just a
few seconds before the final
whistle, *

Snappers 4—Fiying Fish 0

Snappers made no mistak«
against their old rivals Flying Fish |
and definitely outplayed them oll
the way.

The going was hard, right from |
the _ start, Snappers pressing
throughout. Flying Fish at firs.
held them at bay, Tim Yearwood
was outstanding sometimes having



to mark two players as the
Snappers’ swarmed in. However
just before half time Bii!y

Manning opened the scoring with}
a shes from close in. |

About a quarter way throulh
the second half Snappers turnea
on the heat. Their skipper George
wiacLean tried several swim-
throughs and Bannister and Ince



chiefty responsible for the W.1’s! each tried shots, testing goalkeeper

success in England. Mr. Karl | Foster.
Nunes declined to make any Then, Flying Fish seemed to go
comments. to pieces, for in a’ matter of
minutes Bannister had scored two
ie teat goals and Billy Manning had
netted another. Flying Fish were
Commonwealth powerless, their defence, hard
worked all the time were unable

Should Win
Game To-day

AHMEDABAD, Oct, 19.
The Commonwealth ericket
touring side dismissed Gujerat by
lunch to-day for 172, thus gain-
ing a first innings lead of 22.
They then ran up a_ second
innings score of 241 for the loss

of 5 wickets which should enable/

them to win the match to-morrow.

Dooland and Tribe who did not
bowl yesterday when Gujerat
scored 53 each claimed three vic-
tims to-day and the other wicket
falling to Ramadhin of the West
Indies.

In their second knock the Com- |

monwealth went’ for quick rus
and helped by poor fielding
Gimblett and Fishlotk opened
with a century partnership in 62
minutes. Fishlock was misse
twice and Gimblett once,
Fishlock's innings reached 87

including eight fours and one six
and ended during a bad spell for
the tourists just after tea.

Then Mankad, the left arm spin

bowler who had taken five first
innings wickets claimed Worrell
and Ikin, while Patel knocked

back Fishlock’s leg stump while
the score rose from 171 for 2 to
177 for 5,

Then Dooland and, Tribe came
together and after their bowling
successes put on 64 runs in
breezy fashion in as many min-
utes and remained unbeaten at
the close.—Reuter,



Epicure, Bonnie Lass,
First Flight,

No, %—Gravesend Handicap—Class G
& Lower—7' Furlongs—Bachelor’s Fol-
ly, Blue Grass, Front Hopper, Sun Jewel,
Biue Diamond, Maytime, Vixen, Flying
Ann, Duchess, Wilmar, Manu, Mopsy

No. %ti—November Handicap—Class C
& Lower—9 Furlongs—Fai: Contest
Watercress, Firemist, Flieuxce,
Kitchen Front, Rebate, Tiberian
St. Meritz.

Miss’ Friendship,

Ability,
Lady,

No, 22—Junior Handicap—Class F and
Lower—5'2 Furlongs Consternation,
Vanguard, Hi-Lo, Dunese. Soprano,
Crossroads, Flame Flower, Usher.

No, %%—Pelleville Handicap—Classes F
& F2 (Only}—9 Furlongs—Tango, | Col-
leton, April Flowers, Foxglove, Crossbow
Pharos 1, Bonnie Lass, First Flight.

No, %4-—-Final Handicap—Class A &
Lower—7% Furlongs—Pharlite Sun
Queen, Fair Contest, Gun Site, Kidstead
Atomic Tl, Infusion, Elizabethan Rebate
Tiberian Lady, Landmark

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to get the ball to their forwards,
who saw little action throughout}
the game.

Snappers therefore have enter-|

with
Barra-
Police and
the

Out Competition, along
Swordfish, who defeated
cudas last Thursday.
Bonitas drew
| round,

byes in firs
K.O. Semi-Finais

- The draw for the semi-finals of
the Knock Out were made after
the match and Snappers have
crawn Swordfish, and Bonitas wil
play Police. These matches wi!
take place next Thursday

The referee yesterday after:ioo
was Mr .Archie Clarke.

The teams were as follows:

Ladies ‘A’ Team:—Gill R&R
Toyce Allen, Mary Knight, ¢
Renajamin, Joyce Eckstein, J¢«





Chandler, (Capt.) and Robert
Vidmer.

Ladies ‘B’ Tearm:—-Anne Peck
stein, Toni Browne, fi monn Cor
rigan, Pat Mahon, He ‘her Me
Kinnon, Frieda Carmichael
(Capt.) and Phyllis Charder

\Snappers:—A. Taylor, G. Mac
Lean, (Capt.), C MacLean, F



Manning, K,
6B. Manning.

Flying Fish:—P (Capt.)
T. Yearwood, V. Lawrence, J
Knight, H. Weatherhead, P. Potter
and P. King.

Ince, D., Bannister

Foster,



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