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Tmesday.
October 24
i930





SOUTH KOREANS CHASE
REDS TO MANCHURIA

By JULIAN BATES.
TOKYO, Oct. 23.
SOUTH KOREAN TROOPS chased remnants of
the Communists’ regular forces through snowy
mountains towards Manchuria to-day with North
Korean guerillas stepping up “nuisance raids’’ be
hind their lines..

South Koreans in the first snows of winter were
last reported only 45 miles from the Manchurian
border. Far behind them 7,000 Communist gueril-
las were reported to have struck at a point about
40 miles north of the 38th parallel and 30 miles
inland from the east coast.

Guerillas have been getting bolder during the pas
week. They have captured Yangyang just above the 38t!
parallel and astride the vital supply road up the east coasi

Another force about 2,000 strong has cut through to th
coast about 30 miles south of the port of Wonsan.



| pu other ob of the penin.
sula United Nations troops con-
Rebels Launch tinued to take thousands of Com-
‘ munist prisoners,
New Attacks

General MacArthur’s headquar
IN INDO-CHINA

ters announced to-day that more
SAIGON, Oct., 23.

is we 120,000 Northerners had
been captured since the campaign

Vietnam insurgents in north-
east Indo - China have begun
battering a 75-mile sector of the
French held highway near China
frontier.

French mili authorities here
admitting wi wal from Loc
Binh seventh frontier outpost lost
within a month disclosed to-day
that new attacks began two days
ago in the region of Tienyen
coastal centre of the French con-
trolled road. The attacks came
as the main French Union forces
were being withdrawn from
mountainous frontier regions to
form a new defence line running
across the Tonkin Delta the
plain north of Hanoi.

In his quarters, here, General
as Juin, France’s visiting
military strategist just back from
a quick four-day survey of bat-
tle areas, prepared an immediate
report for communication to the
French cabinet,

A French military spokesman
said that strong French patrol-
ling was continuing in al] sec-
tors of the French held periphery
around the Tonkin delta.

ene Rees int southwest

sector of the periphery Hadong,
12 miles southwest of Hanoi and
Phuly 40 miles south of Hanoi.
There was increasing guerilla
activity in Cochin-China the
spokesman said, No large scale
operations were expected in that
area, but railways had been sabo-
taged, roads cut and rubber and
other plantations threatened,

AMBUSH

A French armoured car was
damaged and 15 civilian lorries
were destroyed when insurgents
ambushed a convoy between Sai-
g0n and Loc Binh. Two French
Union soldiers were killed and
four wounded when reinforce-
ments were sent.

A spokesman said that Insur-
gent cencentrations were now 25
miles north of Saigon after re-
cent French sweeps through that
area.

The French Red Cross in a radio
call asked whether the Vietnam
Red Cross was prepared to receive
mosquito nets, letters and parcels
for French prisoners taken in the
battle for the frontier post of
Caobang, earlier this month when
the French lost over 2,000 men.

The French said that in re-
sponse to the Vietnam initiative
they were prepared to continue
Red Cross air evacuation of
French wounded from the rebel-
captured frontier post of Thatkhe.

ey asked for the hour the day
and the conditions to be named for
continuing the evacuation.
@ on page 8

began.

United Nations’ troops are rop-
ing them in so “quickly—they
captured about 26,000 in the past
24 hours—that Headquarters es-
timated remnants of the Northern

to-day at between 21,000
anid 31,000.

The nearest South Korean
troops to the Manchurian bordei
were to-day advancing up the
Chongchon River which runs
northeast from Sinanju on the
west coast.

Another main escape route is
north from Hungnam on the east
coast of Changjin 30 miles east of
Kanggye. British troops advanc-
ing north of Pyongyang, the cap-
tured North Korean tapital at-
tacked 1,000 Northerners killing
200 and taking 300 prisoners the
spokesman announced. British |
losses were “very, very light” |
though Communists put up a}
stiff fight South of Suichon in the
area where American paratroops

have been dropped during the last
few days.”
, —Reuter.



7 Land Grabbers
Shot

RIO DE JANEIRO, Oct. 23.
Seven people were shot de id
and another seven seriously jn.
jured in a shooting affray between
the police force and farm workers
who invaded private lands ad-

joining the town of Porecatu in a
southern state.

The Brazilian agency Meridional
which reported the incident to-
day without mentioning dates
said that the farm workers under
the influence of a Communist or.
ganization known as the Agra-
rian League took illegal posses-
sion of a considerable portion of
private owned land.

Armed with revolvers and shot
guns, land grabbers trapped the
force of policemen sent to dis-
perse them. The work:'rs were
finally overpcwered after the
police had Xilled six of them.

A spokesman of the political
police told Reuter,the incident oc-

After recalling similar episodes
that took place in other states
in the course of the last 12 months
he added that authorities were
taking strong measures to neutral-
ise the Communist plan, and ar.
rest all responsible for such acts.

—Reuter.



curred last Friday and is part of
a Communist subversive plan to
disrupt Brazilian rural economy.

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DR. AND MRS. H. MASSIAH and Mr. A. E. 8. Lewis, returned from
Trinidad yesterday. Tney attended the opening ceremony of the
Legislative Council of the new constitution of Trinidad and Tobago












Police Raid
Red Centres
IN AUSTRALIA

MELBOURNE, Oct. 23.

Police and security men to-day
seized half a ton of papers and
books in raids on Communist
centres in Sydney and Mel_
buurne.

This was the first open move
by vhe Government under leg-
islation passed last week to
cutlaw the Communist party.

Under an interim injunction
made by the Court on Saturday
restra'ning Government from
putting the law into full effect,
Commonwealth authorities may
make raids to seize papers but
cannot dispose of them.

Government officers searched
the Communist Party head-
quarters at Sydney for two
hours, Several well_known Com-
munists and solicitors were in
the building when vhe_ raid
started. Investigators quest’oned
employees while uniformed police
guarded entrances.

Radio Australia said that Com-
munist offices in Darwin wero
also raided.

Raids were also made on Com,
nunis’ offices in Melbourne and
Darwin, Radio Austral'a reported.

All were carried out without
ineident. Many books and papers
were seized. +

The Communist Party and
seven Communist controlled
Trades Unions who are convesting
validity of the Communist Party
Dissolution Act filed to_day
affidavits in the High Court in
support of vheir application to be
ergued on October 25, for inter_
loeutory injunction. If granted
this would extend the status until
the court reaches a decision on
whether the Act is constitutional.
Pi

:
;

West Germany —

Must
Defend

BRITAIN is in favour of bringing Western German)

to the defence of Europe

re
he statement was issued to clear up possible con-

fusion over a week-end sj
General Secretary of the
the Government had not y
German rearmament,

Up Australian
Transport

. MELBOURNE, Oct. 23.

Strikes to-day paralysed rail
transport in three Australian
states—Victoria, New South Wales
and South Australia. Railwaymen
in the latter two states staged a
24 hour stoppage in sympathy with
a strike in Victoria,

The Victori. strike started
when men put forward claims con-
cerning overtime pay and other
rates.

As a result of the rail strike,
Sydney to-day had one of its big-
gest road traffic tangles on record.
Buses, cars, trucks, bicycles and

horse-drawn vehicles streamed in-
to the city.



A mass meeting of South Aus-
tralian railwaymen decided to-day
to recommend that the strike be

continued until demands were met.



POLE ARRESTED
IN FRANCE

PARIS, Oct., 23

The Polish Vice - Consul at
Toulouse, Skazynia, has been ar-
rested on suspicion of espionage,
the French Interior Ministry an-
neunced tonight.

The Ministry said M. Skazynia
was “arrested and locked up on
October 21.” This followed “the
discovery of the Services of Terri-
torial Surveillance (a branch of
the Police) of a case of espionage”.

“The charge is one of action
against the external security of
the state.” ¥

The wife of a member of the
Territorial Surveillances Service
‘was also involved in the case, the
Ministry added.—Reuter .

3 SPIES SENTENCED
TO DEATH

LONDON, Oct. 23.

A Bucharest court today sen-
tenced three Rumanians to death
for spying for France according to
a Rumanian news agency report
received in London.

Two French defendants were
sentenced to penal servitude for
life, —Reuter.





In New South Wales a mass
meeting of railwaymen decided
to return to work to-morrow but
threatened to strike
their grievances are still unsettled
by October 30.—Reuter.



W. Berlin Expects
Skilled Workers

WASHINGTON, Oct, 23.
The Economic Co-operation
Administration is studying ~ecom-
mendations to transfer up to 120,-

000 West Berlin skilled workers |

and their equipment to other
countries in heed of their special
skill an EB.C.A. spokesman said
last night.

The spokesman, Cornelius
Dwyer in charge of E.C.As Ge~-
man affairs said that the proposal
was among 27 made by William
E. Weiss who went to Berlin as
personal representative for Paul!

Hoffman, ‘former E.C.A. chief
The sugmestions were being
studied by William C. Foster

Hoffman's successo~.

Dwyer said no decision had
been made on any of the pro-

posals,
—Reuter.



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— tat te
on the St. en's Girls’ |
= aes aw from ‘which | FLUSHING MEADOWS,
| fear of another great internations
Nations Charter.
Korea.”
| He said the United Nations pro
| is an essential part of this peacefu

. ; | “War Fea
STRUCK BY ar fears
7
LIGHTNING | Overshadow
48 can b> seen on the wall.
e New York, Oct. 23.
President Truman told the
|; war overshadows all hopes o
|mankind.” The President wa;
He said fear of another great
war arose “from tensions betweer
| He added however that “the
United States believe that such :
| Vides a way for negotiation anc
settlement of disputes amon
process. The United States as on
of the members of the Unite

7
re All Hie oP
Lie G left its Lal opes
v¥er the door at the left. j
Briow, is seen the damage déhe SAYS TRUMAN
| United Nations General Assemb!
jtoday that “at the present time
| addressing the Assembly on the
Fifth Anniversary of the Unitec
nations and from the recent out-
break of open aggression in
war can be prevented, and do no
|belleve that it is inevitable.”
nations by peaceful means,
“We believe that Negotiation
Nations is prepared now as al
Ways to enter into negotiations.

“We insist only that negotia
tions must be entered into in goo
faith and be governed throughou
{by the spirit of willingness i
reach proper solutions”,

The President said they ha
learnt from hard experience tha
“We cannot rely upon negotia
tions alone to preserve peace.”

He said that although man:
jcountries promptly disbanded th:
‘armies they had in the secon
|World War “other countries con-
|tinued to maintain forees so larg
that they posed a conste»t threa
jof aggression’.

The invasion of Korea ha
|shown who they were, who wouk
|resort to outright war if it suite
their ends. In these circumstance
the United Nations had no choice
except to use collective strengt)
of its members to curb aggression
He said that he supported th
plan for United Nations peace
at present being considered b
the General Assembly to prepar
quick and effective action in an
future case of aggression.
Truman also said “we inten
to build up strength for peace
as long as that is necessary, Bu
at the same time we must con-

Help
Europe

LONDON, Oct. 23.

the Foreign Office reaffirme:

by Mr. Morgan Phillips,
abour Party, in which he said
et decided on the question o
Ips was reported to have

tl te eae ne ae
Sot Paris. erday that
neither the Br BY “Goverarniont
nor the Labour Party have made
up its mind about German re-

armament. It is a tragic dilemma,
this choice between two evils.”



tinue to strive through the United
Nations to achieve internationa)
control of atomic energy ane
reduction of armaments and armed
forces.

They consider that Germany “Co-operation and effective dis-
should be enabled to make an ap- | armament would make the dange:
propriate contribution to the build |o¢ war remote.” The President.
up of the defence of Western de- posed three tests principles on
whe d di baa spy | Which he said any successful

ae e con itions anc methods ay plan of disarmament must be
which this might be brought judged
about, are still under discussion "

between Governments,’
The British Government it is
understood, was anxious that no
misunderstanding about its de-
clared attitude to the question of
German rearmament should ex-
ist on the eve of this week's dis-
20:8 on the sroblem in the
military and defence committees
of the North Atlantic Pact in
Washington. |
This morning Bevin was present
at a Cabinet meeting at which it
is believed the whole question was,
again reviewed in the light of the

(1) The plan must inelude al!
kinds of weapons.

(2) The plan must be based on
unanimous agreement, “One sided
disarmament is a sure invitatior
to aggression”,

guards which will ensure com-
pliance of all nations.
—Reuter.



2,600,000 Tons

ie ae conference of East

uropean oreign Ministers in ' +

Prague. , a Went To The
—~RKeuter.



og:
Pacific
NEW YORK, Oct. 22.
In the three months following

the outbreak of the Korean War
2,600,000 tons of cargo excluding

NO APPEASING
RUSSIA

| : 2 - "
le a petroleum products were moved
| Chiang Kai Shek from the United States to the
TAIPEH, Formosa, Oct. 23 Pacific theatre to support the
The Chinese Nationalist leader )United Nations effort, This was

Chiang Kai-Shek to-day warned
against the appeasement of “Com-
munist aggression”, He urged the
organisation of an International
Police Force.

In a United Nations day state-

announced to-day by the National
Federation of American Shipping.
Merchant ships moved more
than 300 times the amount of
cargo carried by air.
Over 80 per cent. of dry cargo

| ment he said that after five years | W@8 carried in privately operated
| ot world organisation, hopes of a| American flag vessels the Federa-
bette world remained as dim as | tion said
ever, About 80 © privately - owned

American ships and 130 Govern-
ment-owned vessels were used
The Government ships wer:

General Chiang said that the
threat of war was ever present

while the “cold war” continued hambvad from the Mustenal’ De

The Communist aggression| fence Reserve Fleet and put int
throughout the world is one and | operation by American shipping
indivisible. A number of Euro- | companies.
pean countries Foreign flag vessels took only
prey. six per cent a the dry cargo
victim. traffic to the war area.

“And this aggression knows no| —Reuter.
bounds until it ergulfs the en-!
tire globe.”

“An adequate international po-
| lice force must be organised un- |
der the United Nations and be}
weady to fight back the brutal)
forces which seek to subjugate!
and break down the United Na- |

tions.”
—Reuter.



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“THE SHADES. ARE RAISED”

LAKE SUCCESS. Oct. 23

Soviet Foreign Minister Adrei
Vyshinsky said to-day that the
doors would be opened and
shades lifted in the Soviet Union
if the Russian plan for atomic
energy control were adopted. He
told the United Nations Political
Committee that western insistence
“full range and freedom of
inspection” was definitely out in
the Soviet plan for international
contro! of atomic energy submit-
ted in 1947

To overlook the provisions in tha
Soviet suggested plan he said was
a crime. Anyone who could not
accept the plan was “dictated by
Objectives alien to peace”

VYSHINSKY

There would be no veto right
he said and the International
Commission could go into any
country any time by simple ma-
jority decision he said. Vyshinsky
called attention to the views ex-
pressed by Stalin that Communist
and Capitalist worlds could live
together.

Vyshinsky to-day called for an
end of “saddle rattling” and pres-
ent “hysteria” as a means of re-
moving the threat of a new war.

Vyshinsky asserted in condemn-

He declared the doors would be
opened and the shades lifted in
the Soviet Union—as_ British
Foreign Secretary Ernest Bevin

TELLS U.N.

ing United States Secretary of had asked—if the Russian plan
State Dean Acheson’s declaration for atomic energy control were
that only “situations of strength”. adopted

mor BS > ge ine east- a . . |
would make possible genuine eas she: Gag: Nidal natal Niet |

w negotiations oa
= gic body nutes any suspicion founded
“This in the view of the Anglo- 0T completely

American bloc is the foundation PY simple majority—no

of their foreign policy.” “They ity of permanent members, 1

used the atom bomb for years and Veto Tight—earry out an investi-

failed” the Russian Minister said, #@tion” “The doors are open and
“Now they are toting around the the shades are raised” he said
hydrogen bomb but I can assure “Anyone who wishes to look

fail should take the blinds off his own

eyes” he said.—Reuter.

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Escaped Prisoner
Tells Of Massacre

PYONGYANG, Oct., 23.

(COMMUNIST GUARDS turned sub machineguns

on more than 200 American prisoners in a
North Korean field after ordering them from a
train heading for the Manchurian border.

Twenty-two prisoners some of them wounded,
escaped by feigning death and crawling away after
dark. They were picked up by American para-

Seventy five bullet riddled
troops. bodies were found in a fleld yes-
> ,terday but the total number of
jmen killed was not definitely



N. Koreans *::
e . | Private Sylvester 37, of Harti-
e 99 | shor Oklahoma, we < sur-
vivors said: “Guards told us we
“Pressin | had to be taken out of the train to
be fed, We marched down a rail-
; | way track a little way then turn-
Says Moscow }ed off into a field where a num-
{ber of soldiers with sub machine
|guns stood on the bank above

LONDON, Oct. 23. : hehel 7”
A North Korean communique wa — S aive- on the ground
claimed = today that Communist |, oe still afd prayed.”
be ede A aera tin are é
roops falling back to new defence “The wounded were jgroaning

,ositions on al) fronts, had inflict. |

‘d “great losses in life and equip- jall around me. Other guards with

nert” on advancing American anc Yifles began picking off the bes $
Scuih Korean iorces, Moscow | ‘who were still alive and others
adio reported, The communique | who tried to crawl away

‘aid that North of Pyongyang—
Communist capital captured by
United Nations forces—“units of
he People’s Army pressed by nu-
merically stronger enemy forces’
were fighting fiercely against
American troops. ©n the east
roast the People’s Army wa:
‘holding the enemy advance”
vorth of Hamhung near the port of
4dungnam,.—Reuter,



NO SABOTAGE

PARIS, Oct. 23.
A French navy spokesman to-
day denied that the French

cruiser Gloire and the troeopship
Leita had been damaged by acts
of sabotage,

The Gloire now docked at Tou-
lon (Southern France) was under
repairs after a gun turret snap
ped the spokesman said,

The Leita was anchored at
Casablanca (Morocco) after “nor-
mal repairs” were carried out to
electric equipment.

jot ie Spomeenian confirmed

was soba as the ship was
about to gail for Moraceo a fort-
night ago.

aris newspapers had reported
earlier to-day that the cruisers
Georges Leygues and Gloire and
the troopship Leita had been
sabotaged recently by Communist
elements.—Reuter



SEAMEN STRIKE

RIO DE JANEIRO, Oct, 23
The crew of the = Chilear
merchant ship Almagro which ha:
been in dock here since Octebe:
14, went on strike today u lew

(3) The plan must be foolproof! | hours before the ship was to leuve
and disarmament based on safe- | port.

The strike was said to be in
sympathy with the stoppage which
\since Saturday has paralysed the
Chilean merchant navy,

The striknig crew remained
aboard the Almagro,—Reuter.



“Many of the prisoners on the
train which left Pyongyang about
6 days ago kad died from dysen-
tery and exposure,” he said,

—Reuter.

Tibetans Going
To Peking

NEW DELHI, Oct. 23,
The Tibetan Government has
instructed its delegation now in
Delhi to proceed to Peking imme-
diately to conduct negotiations
with Mao Tse Tung’s Government

on the future status of Tibet.
The Tibetan delegation has had
talks here during the past week
with the Chinese Ambassador to
India, General Yuan Chung Hsin.





The Ambassador was under-
stood to have suggested to the
delegation that talks on Tibet's

future should be held in Peking,

The delegation will leave by air
for Calcutta on October 26 on the
way to Peking.Reuter

30 Dead InLandslide

LIMA) PERU, Cict. 23.

30 people are reported dead in a
Santa River landslide high in the
Andes and at least 100 still are
unaccounted for, a special corre-
spondent for the Lima newspaper
El ComMercio has reported

The correspondent after a
motor trip to the scene of Fri-
day’s disaster 200 miles from
Lima said that 20 others were
injured, He reported that one
side of the Pisococha lagoon col
lapsed, loosing a great mass of
rock, mud and water which de-
molished Los Cedro’s hydroelec-
tric station, —Can, Press.



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Carib Calling





SIR GEORGE AND LADY SEEL —

B.W.LA. yesterday afternoon.

RS. A. W. L. SAVAGE, and
Mrs. Hopwood will visit the
Needlework Exhibition at Queen’s
Park this morning at 10.30 o'clock.

Left on Sunday
R. abd Mrs. John Bogart who
were holidaying in Barbados
returned to Venezuela on Sunday
They were accompanied by
Comdr. and Mrs. _ Fusselman.
They spent their holiday at the
Paradis@¢™ Beach Club, and_ on
Saturday evening Comdr. and Mrs,
Fusselman held a cocktail party
at the Paradise Beach Club, after
which the party went to the Club
Morgan, where Mr. and Mrs. John
Bogart were Host and Hostess at
dinner. Among those present were
Mr. and Mrs. Winston Ward, Col.
and Mrs. Richards Vidmer, Mr.
and Mrs. Fred Olton and Mr. Har-
old Nicholls. v
Intransit

NTRANSIT through Barbados

yesterday afternoon by B.W.1A,
was Mr. Derek Mendes, Operations
Officer, B.W.I.A. He was return-
ing to Trinidad, after being sta-
tioned a month in St. Lucia and a
few weeks in St. Kitts, doing leave
relief.

Derek was stationed in Barba- !

dos earlier this year, and a couple
of months ago he was here on a
few weeks’ leave. ++

Short Visit
R. J. O. Dickson of B.O.A.C.,
London and at present acting
Chief Accountant, B.W.LA. in
Port-of-Spain, returned to Trini-
dad ecey afternoon by
B.W.LA., after a short visit to the
B.W.1.A. Branch here. Mr. Oliver
Johnson, Acting Branch Manager
of B.W.LA. was at Seawell to see
him off,
En Route to B.G.
R. EDWARD BROWN, who
has been spending a holiday
in Barbados left yesterday for
Trinidad by B.W.I.A., where he
will spend a few days before re-
turning to B.G. where he works
on. Diamond Plantation.

Mr. Brown is originally from
Scotland. He was staying with the
Parris’ at “Black Bess” St. Peter.
Those Pretty Programme

Sellers

HEN “THE MIDDLE

WATCH” was produced at
The Empire Theatre some months
ago, glamour girls from the staffs
of Barclays Bank and The Royal
Bank df Canada had the job of
selling:'programmes to the audi.
ence as they came up the theatre
steps. On the occasion of
“BLITHE SPIRIT” which will be
staged.on 2nd and 3rd November
—“beaiities’ from The Singer
sews Machine Co. will be doing
the selling on the first night, and
on the,second night three ‘Miss
Ideals”: ftom the staff of Cave
Shepherd & Co, Ltd., will be on
duty. Although the Programme
Girls are themselves a draw, the
play promises to be one of the
most popular produced, and like
“The Middle Watch,” will be in
the capable hands of Mr. Norman
Wood. ,



returned from Trinidad by
Returned Yesterday

IR GEORGE SEEL, K.C.MG.
Head of Development and
Welfare in the West Indies ac-
companied by Lady Seel, returned
from Trinidad yesterday after.
noon by B.W.1.A., where they at-
tended the opening ceremony of
the Legislative Council of the new
constitution of Trinidad and
Tobago,

Also returning yesterday were
Dr. H. Massiah, M.L.C., and Mrs.
Massiah, and Mr, A. E. S. Lewis,
M.C.P., who also attended the
ceremony.

W.I. SELECTOR BACK



MR. F. A. ©. CLAIRMONTE,
selector on the West Indies Cric-
ket Board of Control, returned
yesterday by B.W..1LA. after at-
tending a meeting of the West
Indies Cricket Board of Control
in Trinidad.



BARBADOS ADVOCATE

nae amen eee

Back From Meeting
R. F..A. C. CLAIRMONTE,
one of the Selectors of tne
West Indies Cricket Board of
Control returned yesterday by
B.W.LA., after attending a meet
ing of the West Indies Cricket
Board of Control in Trinidad.
Mr. “Teddy” WHoad the other
Barbados representative returned
on Suntlay.

Next Exhibition

HE next exhibition at the

Museum will be a Memorial
Exhibition of the paintings aaa
drawings of Caro Gill, who died
in France during the war as the
result of privations. The exhibi-
tion will open on Monday 30th
October.

Christmas Comedy

EHEARSALS are now in full

swing for the Bridgetown
Players’ new production “The
Man who came to Dinner.”
There is uw large cast for this

amusing Christmas comedy which 5

will take place in December.

Successful

R. SAM GIBBONS, Visiting
. Officer at Seawell, who at-
‘tended a course in Public Health
‘training in Jamaica from Septem-
ber 1949 to July 1950, has been
informed by the director of the
Public
where he attended the course,
that he was one of the successful
candidates,

With Trinidad Police

q R. ALFRED CLARKE of the J

Jt Trinidad Police Force arrived
yesterday by B.W.LA. for a
month's holiday in Barbados. Mr.
Clarke who is a Barbadian, is
attached to the C.I.D. wad has
been in the Trinidad Police Force
for ten years, He is staying in
Spooner’s Hill with his family.

With T.L.L.
RRIVING from Trinidad yes-
terday morning by B.W.1.A

were Mr. and Mrs, Ian Rumsey
Mr. Rumsey is a geologist with
Trinidad Leaseholds Ltd. They
are here for about ten days’ holi
day staying at the Kingsley Resi-
dential Club, at Cattle Wash,
Bathsheba.

To Bridgetown Direct

Bridgetown Direct,” and
“To Bridgetown via Oistins,
Worthing and Hastings” is what is
written on the sign pictured in
yesterday’s Advocate,

This sign is on the road to
Seawell Airport just above its
junction to “Lowlands Road.”

The sign is almost completely
covered by Green-Pea trees.

Coming Next Week
R. REGGIE ELLIOT 0!
Cable & Wireless who was
sent to St. Kitts some month
ago as Installation Engineer speitt
‘three months there engaged in
the removal of equ pment fron
the old Wireless site near the air-
port to the new site which is still
nearby the airport, but does not
obstruct the runway.

Soon after the hurricane he
was sent to Antigua and has just
completed a job repairing the
land I'ne and erecting two Adas-
tra masts. Mr, Elliot wil be
returning to Barbados on th»2
Canadian boat next week.

High Spirits
EAVY showers of rain around
six o’clock in Antigua last
Thursday afternoon did not pre
vent over two hundred guest
from arriving on time to the first
‘At Home’ at Government Hous

given by His Excellency the
Governor and Mrs, Blackburnc
It was the largest gathering ai

Government House in many year:
and everybody’ seemed to have
been in_ high spirits.

For The Races
M?: MANUEL GONZALEZ
: arrived from Trinidad yes-
terday morning by B.W.I1.A. tc
ride in the November Races. He
is a guest at the Windsor Hotel.



“A design for a seat submitted
to the Wisbech Water Board in.
corporated a chubby cupid. The
Board has rejected it as inappro-
priate.”

LONG, long time ago when

you were in petticoats, we
once had much the same problem,
At that time we were running a
circus at Oxford (later known as
“Oxford Circus”), and Professor
Hargreaves, our faithful old ring-
master, submitted a design for
a new type of seal with a bui't-
in motor horn,

The creature, whom we chris-
tened “Witness” on sight, was
never popular with his team-
mates, who suspected him of
non-unidn trickery. While they
had to concentrate on the row of
bulb horns on which the whole

BY THE WAY

By

cast rendered “Auld Lang Syne’
in the finale, Witness was able
to add his occasional note while
keeping one eye on the man with
the basket of herrings or count-
ing up the first four rows and
getting a rough estimate of the
night’s takings. ;

When he was retired we kept

him for many years in a water
tank in the attic. Frankly we
cannot see any advantage in

incorporating any chubby cupids
in seals and we feel that the
Water Board, who obviously need
simple working seals, were right
to refuse,

Puffin Puzzles Police

—Newspaper Heading.
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“It’s a puffin.”
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Wedding

N SATURDAY afternoon at
4.00 o’clock, at St. Lawrence
Church, Miss Edith Gertrude
Spencer, daughter of the late Mr
und Mrs. G. B. Spencer of “Rock-
tidge”, Black Rock, was married
to Dr. Knollys U. A, Inniss of Trin.
idad.

The bride, who was given in
inurriage by her brother, Mr. G. if.
Laurie Spencer, Manager of River

Ustate, Diego Martin, Trinidad
looked charming in a dress of
ceru lace and she wore a head-
dress of pink illusion tulle and

yardenias, She carried a bouquet
ef pink radiance roses and Queen
Anne lace,

Miss Joyce Bowen, niece of the
bride, was Maid-of-Honour, She
wore adress of white broderie
Anglaise with red accessories, and
carried a bouquet of red roses and
Queen Anne lace,

The flower girl, little Miss Carol
Ann Spencer, wore a dress of blue |
broderie Anglaise, trimmed with
forget-me-nots and carried a
basket of pink radiance rose.buds
and forget-me-nots.

The duties of bestman were
performed by Mr, Eric Inniss and
those of the ushers by Messrs
eith and Harold Bowen, nephews
f the bride

The church was decorated with
nthurium lilies and roses,

Miss Gwen Inniss, daugiiier of
the bridegroom, arrived from
‘Trinidad on Thursday for the oc
casion. She returned on Sunday
w Trinidad.

The ceremony, which was fully
choral, was conducted by the Rev.
K, A, B. Hinds, Vicar of St. Mary’s
Church,

After the ceremony, a receptior
was held at “Kelvin”. Rockley,
heme of the bride’s brother, The
honeymoon is being spent at
Powell Spring Hotel, Bathsheba.

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were:—

Butter Beans 24 cents per Ib.
Cauliflower 8 cents per Ib.

in

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Jimmy WAKELY in
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William POWELL in

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year all except one swimmer
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Reporters who were listening
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Last 2 Shows—TODAY
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Wednesday and Thursday 5 and 8.30 p.m.
Warner’s Action Double !

“CRIME SCHOCL” & “ROAD GANG”

Midnite Matinee Saturday 28th
Johnny MACK BROWN in

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Laughed At
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RAINHAM, England.
The good people of Rainham,
Essex County, stopped and stared
when a funeral procession passed
down the main thoroughfare the
other day.

(2 New Pictures)
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Leon ERROL in Jimmy WAKELY 5n
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Wednesday and Thursday 8.30 p.m.

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For the mourners in the glossy

‘ . Monogram’s Double . ._.
black automobiles following tke TUESDAY, Oct. 24, 1950. “ ” BLACK GOLD”
Z eel; 1. .m. MAN WITH TWO LIVES” &
hearse were waving and smiling] rip “Top "runes, apm. The. News: with Color. by. Technicolor



on the onlookers. 2.10 p.m, Home News from Britain; with
2.15 p.m. Sports Review; 2.30 p.m.
Radio Theatre; 4.00 p.m, The News;
4.10 p.m. The Daily Service; 4.15
pm. B.B.C Northern Orchestra;
5,00 p.m, Piano Recital; 5.15 p.m
Programme Parade; 5.80 p.m. Welsh
Magazine; 6.00 p.m. Letter trom
London; 6.15 p.m. New Records; 7.00
p.m, The News; 7.10 p.m. News An-—
alysis; 7.15 p.m. West Indian Guest
Night; 7.45 p.m. United Nations Day;
8.00 p.m. Radio Newsreel; 8.15 p.m.
United Nations Report; 8.20 ».m, Com-
poser of the Week; 8.30 p.m. On the
Job; 8.45 p.m. BBC Midland Light
Orchestra; 9.30 p.m. Meet the Common-
wealth; 10.00 p.m. The News; 10.10
p.m. From the Editorials; 10.15 p.m
Tip Top Tunes; 10.45 p.m Report
from Britain; 11.00 p.m. Ciose Down.

Edward NORRIS

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BRITAIN

RESPONSIBLE FOR
MEAT RATION

BRITAIN is solely responsible for the fact that no
meat has been shipped from the Argentine to this country
since July last, “and if the British people suffer any hard-
ship in their ration, or your trade suffers by this actioi
then it is not the Argentine Government who sshould b.
blamed,” declared Argentine Ambassador Carlos A. Hogan
here tonight etervening. tee 800 diners at the Butclrers’
inner.

Charitable Institution

“It is only six months since I
arrived in this country as the Ar-
gentine Ambassador and Envoy. of
my President to the Court of St.
James and from the very begin-
ning I have met with a most

friendly atmosphere on the part |

of the meat trade towards me and
towards my country. :
“I do not need to indulge in
pouring oil because I have not
found any ‘troubled waters’ among
you, and you should be very glad
that you do not have to listen to
me playing the piano—it is bad
enough that you have to Jisten to
my English—to ‘maintain har-
mony’. because there always has
been, is, and always will be har-

mony between Argentine meat
producers and Brith Ih Pitchers.
It is a very good thing inde that

oil is not needed because after the
devaluation of the pour’, oil
which Great Britain pron 1
supply to us under agreement in
June 1949, became 40 por cen’
more expensive than we antici-
pated.

“However, I should certainly
need great ability to maintain har-
mony and thousands of tons of oil
to calm the ‘troubled waters’ in
some other sectors, including the
press.

“Why the British Press which is
famous for its independence and
good judgment in internal and
external affairs should be so mis-
informed about the Argentine is
heyond my_ comprehension.

Mutual Understanding
“T am very happy to be with
you because I know you under-
stand the meat trade thoroughly
and I am sure that you all know
the Argentine of the past quite

well. What I should really
like to-night would be to
speak to an audience com-

posed of the man in the street
and the housewife, so that I could
explain to them the clear facts
concerning Argentine meat com-
ing to this country. My only hope
is that you who have the respon-
sibility of distributing meat, in this
country will convey some of these
facts to them.

“We have even been accused of
blackmail in rather strong words.

“After the devaluation of the
pound sterling in September 1949,
we requested that the price of £97
per ton fixed in the agreement
should be increased to £140, At
first sight our request seemed ex-
orbitant but if anybody had ana-
lysed the logic of these figures,
particularly if this logic had been
ezpiained to the British public,
am sure there would have been no
‘troubled waters.’

“Nobody has bothered to tell
the British people that the day
after the devaluation of the pound
the price of oil and petroleum
produets from the sterling area
was automatically raised by 40
per, cent; neither did anybody
trouble to tell the British people
that in an agreement 400,000 tons
of meat which we promised to de-
liver to -this. country in the first

year contrary to the promise we



fulfilled entirely—-were equivalent |

in value to the tonnage of oil, and
petroleum products which Great
Britain promised us.
A Mystery

“It has been stated that the price
of oil and petroleum products in-
creased because they are in dol-
lars in. the world markets. But
why oil from the sterling area
should follow quotations in dollars
and Argentine beef should be
pegged to sterling is a mystery to
me as an ambassador of goodwill
and until yesterday an honest
salesman of oil.

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LONDON, Oct. 23.







NOW GORGE. DON'T OO TIRie
Lf AT THE OFFICE TO-Oa,
EMEMBER WE HAVE OLL
POOLS TO THINK Ck TO encH

ee SS See

Harder Battles
Ahead
—Warns Rebel Leader

INDONESIA.
Chi Minh, leader of the

The Ambassador said:
“Not being a financial expert, T
cannot understand this mystery:
but the fact remains that in June
1949, when we signed the agree<
ment, £97 was the equivalent of
330 United States dollars, whereas
alter the deva!l ation of the pound
it was equivaient to only $273.
It was the Chancellor of the Ex-
chequer himself i: the famous
Commons debate on the day after
devaluation who stated officially ;
|thet during ne_otiations in June,
1949, the agreevient of the British




Dr. He

Government Fad promised the] vietminh insurgent regime in
Argentine Government that in the | Indo-China has warned his guer-
event or the devaluation of the]! iflas to expect “harder and greater
pound the price they were paying] battles,” aceording to a report by
foc Argentine meat would be re-}a Communist new China news
vised. In spite of numergus_re-}| agency picked up in London

!quests from the Argentine Govy- ln a message to his soldiers, he

ernment for the fulfillment of this
promise nothing was done, and
months passed until the opening of
negotiations during the second
year of the contract in April last.

said he had instructed his High
Command to reward troops “whose
services in recent battles deserve
merit. But he said that they should
not be “conceited and complacent
over our victories or underestim-
ate our enemy.

“The recent victory was noth-
ing but the first step towards com-
plete victory,” he said,

‘Yraining committees would be
set up “to review the execution of
our offensive schemes” and In-
crease the guerillas’ fighting pow-
ers, he declared.

In the meantime my Govern-
ment once again showing their
aeep feelings of friendliness to-
wards the people of this country
continued to ship meat. until the
end of the first year contract—
that is, up to the end of June,
1950, invoicing meat at £97
subject to readjustment promised









by the British Government. —Reuter
Increased Price _— *
Even accepting the hypothesis
that the new meat price would Men Only
not be increased in proportion to
the devaluation of the pound as' LONDON.

The 70 residents of tiny Fair
Isle, off the northern tip of Scot-
land, waited hopefully for news
from the island maternity home.
No baby girls had been born
there for 20 years. The announce-
ment from the maternity home:
“Two more boys.” —I.N.S.

we argued it should be, it is certain
that if the British Government
had fulfilled their promise to}
revise the meat price this would
ae. have been’ more than
£97,

What happened then? To our



astonishment, ati the opening of

negotiations for the second year .

of contract we learned that the FELL 26FT. DIES
3ritish Government proposed a (From Our Own Correspordent)
price of £90 per ton and PORT-OF-SPAIN.

Morris Mitchell, of San Fernan-
do fell to his death from a 26-foot
scaffold to a concrete flooring at

appeared to forget their promised
revision for the last part of the
year.

The reduction does not seem|the new San Fernando Roman
very much if you only look at} Catholic Church now in construc-
£97 and £90 but I con-| tion.

vert these figures to their real
, equivalent in dollars—as should
) be done because of the comparison
with the dollar which is standard
for all international prices—then
; the British proposal can be seen!
{in its actual proportions for 390
| dollars per ton which they paid
}in June 1949 they are now trying
to pay 352 dollars a 40 per cent
reduction in the actual purchasing}
power of our meat.

a

Ministry of Food, tonight will

confirm what I have said.
Price Affects C.O.L.

“We need not try to scrutinize
the reason which lies behind this
incomprehensible attitude on the
pert of the British Government.

he Minister of Food himself has
explained with clearness what it
is: The price of Argentine meat
cannot be increased, nor can that

j from th ominions,. bal
_ When the matter is looked at/ from 18s. Ror een any Se
in this light you can understand] crease in price of these foods will

affect the cost of living index of
the British people.
“Far be it from me to criticise

General Peron became President

why for the first time since
of my country the opposition in



our Parliament—which has so| this humanitarian aim of the Brit-
often been against him—is| ish Government. I represent the
|} heartily supporting him in _ his Government of General Peron
jrefusal to accept the British] Whose aim is to raise the standard
| sronostel of living of our people, and look
|! Absurd as the British offer] @tter their welfare. But the sur-
i appeared the Seition wad prising things about the theory of
; Pp ‘ithe Minister of Food is that he

“worsened by the claim of British
{negotiators that this price of £90
per ton should be applied tc
Peron intervening between the
two contracts which was contrary
jto all the precedents of the nine
previous bulk purchases in whic,
the general principle — always
accepted by both Governments—

wants to maintain a higher stand-
ard of living of the British people
without giving thought to the
lower standard of living of the
Argentine, Danish, New Zealand
or Australian people which would
certainly come about if they have
to sell their products at a loss and
at the same time pay record prices
was that the price of the previous| which other commodities and
contract was to be applied to the; manufactured goods are fetching
intermediate period subject to re-jin world markets, many of them
adjustment. Sir Henry Turner, | originating from this country or
former Meat Controller of the ‘from the sterling area.—Reuter.

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Butler Disappointed, Police Chiefs

With Governor's
Speech

(From Our Own Correspondent

| PORT. OF-SPAIN Oct. 21.
| Hundreds of Butlerites from all

over Trinidad came to Woodford
Square, waving palms and with
lunch baskets, to follow the pro-
ceedings of the ceremonial open-
ing of the new Legislative Coun-
cil. There were «many banners,
several of them bearing paintings
of their “Chief” Uriah Butler,
while others bore inscriptions such
as “Long Live Indian and African
Unity,” and “Crown Colony Rule
Must Go.”

After the ceremonies were over
Butler went to the Square fol.
lowed by members of his party.
| The Hon. Pope McLean, Butlerite,
| Was lifted shoulder high, and as
‘Butler walked to the bandstand,
{the gathering waved palms and
; chanted hymns. Hon, Mitra Sina-
nan, addressed the gathering and
said, “Unfortunately the Butler
Party did not gain a working!
majority at the last election, but
I am happy to tell you, and I re-
joice in telling you that despite the
fact that we did not get what we
expected, we have a number ot}
independents and other grr



parties who have declared their
willingness to throw in their poli-
tical lot with the members of the
Butler Party”,

Hon. Butler addressed the gath-
ering for several hours. He said: ,
“I have come fram the Council
to report to you, and IT shall do
so every Friday and after every
general meeting. My report to you
to-day is this: I am very bitterly
disappointed with the speech made
by the Governor a few minutes
ago.”’ He went on, “Tell the coun.
try, tell fhe masters of our country
that they are not wanted. Uriah
Butler both in and out of the
Council will move heaven and hell
for the people to. . . . ” His voice
was drowned by the loud cheers

The Hon, Chanka Maharaj who
has once more returned to the
fold of the Butler Party, said in
a speech, that he regretted very
much the absence of Dr, P. Solo-
mon, He denounced al] those who
took bribes to vote,

Hon. Ranjit Kumar said: ‘Five
capitalists have been elected to
the Executive Council but nct one
of the workers’ representatives.

One youth declared: “I ain’t
see nobody in there as good as
Ramadhin and Valentine,” while
another man said; “I hope the
politics are as good as their looks.”

NO COMMENT

‘From Our Own Correspondent)
PORT-OF-SPAIN, T’dad.

Hon. Malcolm H. Davis, elected
member for St. Kitts accom-
panied by Mrs. Davis, attended the
Legislative Council] ceremony. In
an interview with the Press, Mr.
Davis said that the Leeward
Islands were very badly treated
by the Colonial Development Cor-
poration, He declared that the
islands had no offer from the Colo-
nial Development Corporation. in,
any form, “and we are sore about
it”. He said that the Leewards
were interested in putting up a
syrup factory in Nevis, but to es-
tablish such a factory, “we need
some assistance’. Mr, Davis fre-
frained from making any com-
ments on the demonstration which
was carried out in the island when



Governor Blackburne arrived.



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| White Rhinos
Counted

JOHANNESBURG,

A census of white rhinos,
which are among the world’s
rarest animals, has been carried
out in Zululand, their only re-
maining home.

The white rhino is the second
largest of all land animals—next
to the elephant.

It is not white and is different
from the black rhino only in its
larger size and its square lip,
compared with the blaek one’s
triangular lip.

The census took place in the
Umfolosi Game Reserve, and
was carried cut by three white
game rangers and 75 natives,

In open country each native
was spaceti so that he could see
his companions on each side. In
thick bush they kept within
shouting distance.

Result of the count was 557
white rhinos.










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Disobey Orders

VIENNA, Oct. 23

Three district police command
ers in the Russian occupied par
of Vienna today squatted in thet
offices. and refused to obey a sus-
pension order by the Vienna polic
chief.

Backed by the Russians the:
were still issuing orders, but thei
suborditwates in turn were refusin;
to accept them, according to hig!

offic! of the Austrian Ministr)
of the Iterior.
The Austrian Government wa:

expectéd to protest to the Allied
ae over this apparent dead-
ock.

The tnree police chiefs were

suspended last Friday and arder-,

ed to appear before a disciplinar

court for “continual refusal 1
obey orders “during the recent
Communist led strike wave
Austria

But Russian eccupation author-
ities “reinstated” them accordins
to Austrian Government official:

The Austrian Government wa:

expected to raise the matter iat
the next meeting of the Allied
Council, unless the deadlock wa

resolved before then. It was al
believed that the Austrians would
make another _ protest
alleged Russian ‘interference
Austria's internal affairs.
—Reuter.



Israel Still Without

Government

TEL AVIV

President Chaim
has asked Dr. Pinhas Rosen
Progressive party leader to tell
him nov later than tomorrow
night whether he can form
new coalition Government.

He was to have given his an-
swer today but asked the Presi
cent for more time,

He told vbe President last night
he had not yet succeeded in his
efforts to build a workable coali-

Oct, 23.
Weizmann

tion and thus end the cabinet
crisis.
Doctor Rosen, former Minister

of Justice was given the task of

forming a new Government after
the predominantly Labour cabinet
had resigned. —Reuter.



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Britain Blamed

For B.G’s Plight |

i GEORGETOWN, B.G, Oct, 2:
} Resolutions calling on the Brit
ish Guiana Government to tak
j immediate action to relieve
\high cost of living, deplorable
jhousing and unemloyment
unanimously passed to-
ywide workers’
tions terminated
Police practical'y
ito do as the
funclassified Government employ-
fees themselves helped preserve
order during the Georgetown
parade in which 20,000 took part.
| This was the largest demon-
| stration yet witnessed in this city
land represented concerted action
| by all organized workers
Various speakers severely criti-
cised the British administration
for the lack of development ir
a reputedly wealthy country i

the
the

werk
night

count: demonstra

had no work

the past 100 years, and demanded |

a change of policy

A general strike action whic!

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federation of |

|

would tie up public services has}
been threatened should the Gov-|

fail to meet the urgen
relieve the cost of

ernment
demand to
living. —(CP)

Butlerites May
Question Griffiths

| (From Our Own orresp ondent
! PORT-OF_ SPAIN,
{ It is reported that Legislative

members of the Butler Party wis.)

hold an emergency meeting toda)
to consider the question of refer-
ring to Mr. James Grifiths, the
‘ Secretary of State for the Colonies
‘whether the Governor's
} tion on nationalisation of
represents the official
| policy of the Labour Government



| WEEPING LADY

| From Our Own Correspondent)
PORT-OF-SPAIN, T'dad,

Councillor Louisa Cezair, mem-
ber of the Arima Borough Coun-~
| cil, wept openly when she told the
Mayor, Charles Netto, “Goodbye”,
at his last meeting at the Council
{So overwhelmed was Mrs Cezain
when her turn eame to reply to
the Mayor's announcement of his
decision, that she burst into tears
and could only manage to say, “If
it must be so, let it be so. I wish
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JURIES

WHEN the Court of Grand Sessions sits
in November, it will be the first time that
there will be a single jury. By an Act of
1950 the Grand Jury which has always
been regarded in this island, for some un-
known reason, as a bulwark of justice, has
been abolished.

It was in accordance to the statute law
to summon twenty-four of these gentle-
men to whom was delegated the revision
of the bills of indictment drafted from
cases proceedings of which had been taken
by a Magistrate, and perused by the Attor-
ney General. The Grand Jury solemnly
revised the work of trained lawyers and
said whether the proceedings showed “a
True Bill” or not.

There were inherent defects in such a
system and its opponents found that its
abolition was the only effective remedy.

In future, and this will begin in the next
two weeks, there will be one jury sum-
moned. It will neither be Grand nor Petty
but will be drawn from both sections of
the Jury List which hitherto had been
kept. separate and distinct.

The new system will have the advantage
of bringing to bear on the trial of accused
persons the education and other advan-
tages of men of different outlook. It has
been the cause of much complaint in the
past that in some instances the Petty Jury
failed to grasp the arguments raised by the
Crown Law Officers and by Counsel for
the defence and in one instance, years ago,
a former Chiet,Justice carried out the find-
ings of the jury and imposed a sentence
but recommended that the prisoner be re-
leased. There will also be the added advan-
tage of having a wider circle from which to
select members of the jury. That this is
desirable was borne out by the fact that
in 1937 many members of the class from
which the Grand Jury was drawn were
summoned to attend the Court as Petty
Jurors.

At the next sitting of the Court there
will be among the number summoned
many businessmen who have hitherto
served only on the Grand Jury and who
from the nature of their business will be
asking to be excused from service. This
is purely a matter for the Court who will
jbe-guided by the cireumstances of each
applicant. On the other hand there will
be some who will have no excuse for not
serving and whom it is best to remind that
this is a service to one’s country equally
important with that of many other duties.
They will also remember that once em-
panelled they are likely to be called upon
to sit on any case which might last several
days and that they will be subject to the
same rules of the Court as the Petty Jury
of past years.

The convenience of the machinery of

justice will be the guiding factor and not

the convenience of any particular individ-
ual, and it is with this in mind that those
summoned to attend should prepare them-
selves to carry out what is an important
public function.



Release Dates

ONCE again the news release of the dis-
cussions of the West Indies Cricket Board
of Control have been the subject of criti-
cism,

It must be admitted that a section of the
Press, loudest in its condemnation of the
Board, has been so anxious, in the past, to
beat the gun that it has ignored release
dates and placed the more responsible
section of the West Indian Press at a dis-
advantage.

The Board, however, in an attempt to
place all the Press on the same footing
have inadvertently fallen into a simple
trap.

They were quite correct in holding back
the release date of a full statement of the
proceedings of the meeting; but there is
no reason why they should have withheld
a bald statement announcing whether they
had agreed to invite the Australians to
tour the Caribbean or whether a West
Indies Team proposed to visit the Anti-
podes,

Such a bald statement zould have been
cabled to the ends of the earth in a few
seconds by the various news agencies and
by individual correspondents, and the
news would have reached any newspaper
in the Commonwealth in time for publi-
cation at the same time as the Trinidad
Press.

The detailed account of the proceedings
could then have been sent by airmail to
the area Press with a release date and with
the hope that every section of the Press
would honour the release date.

The West Indies Cricket Board of Con-
trol, however, can hardly blame any sec-
tion of the Press for ignoring release dates
until such time as they have managed to
control their members in this respect.

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Thursday is going to be a busy

day for the elected representatives per of the House of Commons this all is to subaue the floor level and

BARBADOS

«

Women M.Ps Will Need
More Rouge

The King opens the new Cham-

of the people. As a matter of fact, week.

it is going to be a fairly busy day
as well for the non-elected mem-
bers of the Upper House, who
rule by caprice of birth or favour
of Governments.

It might be said that the box-
office for MPs will open at 8 a.m.
At that hour we can book our
seats by placing a card in the

marks each place in

rolders than space. —
At 9.30 we must be in our places
udthough the 's proression
10.10. If, as

ommons seems too compact at
any rate on first acquairstance.

The pageantry of the Serjeant-
at-Arms arriving from the Lords
‘o invite us to hear the Royal
Assent to a collection of Bills will
row be reduced to that gentleman
just dropping in. There simply is
eo room for his stately paces of
old.

And after the (gold and red
colouring of the Lords’ Chamber

BEVERLEY BAXTER, M-P.,

who has been there already, gives
readers a preview.



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the greemery-yal.er, complexiea
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Dutch interior. 1 must not venture

beyond my depth, but it is the

* kind of debating chamber that one

would expect to see in Holland
or Belgium You could never
imagine a fanfare of trumpets in
this setting, and ewen those of us
who blow our own trumpets will
be inclined te do so with a mute

Skylight Reot

In the search for progress I un-
derstand thatewe are to have the
same temperature and the same
lighting throughout the day and

night.

Again, I am not certain that
this will meet with unrestrained
enthusiasm.

The even temperature is prob-
ably a good idea and in these
days of smal] majorities it is
probably a good thing to preserve
the health of tie members. But
we shall miss the sun that used
to shine through the windows on
us, just as we shall miss the ex-
hilaration 2f the lights coming on
when the afternoon had su led
to a misty decline.

Another effect of the skylight
roof is to give a top heavy effect
to the Chamber. In fact, with the
public gallery sweeping upwards
to a lofty level (the people will
be able to see everything now)
and the fights gleaming in the



On The Never-N ever

The Sale of Goods ‘on tick’ has Doub led since 1948 . . .

The young man redressing the
store window said; “Put that 5s,
a-week showcard up in front.
Leave the cash price ticket. on
the back of the settee.”

niture more readily to-day than
at any other time since the end
of the war.

Add up the explanations of the
men who sell and the families
| who buy, and this is the answer:

“More people have got the idea
now that it is better to have
goods in the home than money
in the -

le: The £
that bought 20 shi. gs’ worth
of goods in 1945 now buys only
16 * worth. Instead

depreciating in value with age,
many goods—cars are a good ex-
ample—are worth more than
they were last year.

The result is that customers in
furnishing, stores, motor show-
rooms, ta iors’ and radio dealers’
shops will sign 4,000,000. hire-
purchase agreements this year
compared with barely 2,000,000

in 1948.

Listen to Mr, MacNeil Greig,
of the Hire Purchase Trade As-
sociation: “More business is com-
ing from the professional class,
the black-coat workers,” he says.
“They used to look down on hire-
purchase before the war. But
their salaries have not kept up
with living costs. They must turn
to hire-purchase now to get the
things they need.”

“We have seen a complete re-
versal in our trade’, says a di-
rector of a chain of retail fur-
nishers. “Nearly seven out of ten
customers paid cash a couple of
years ago. Now scven out of ten
pay for their furniture b: n-
aknants. At first we found that
they wanted to epreath payments
over 12 months. Now they want
two years.”

Suits Too

While women are busy with
their weekly payments on va-
cuum cleaners and electric irons
the men are handing over monthly
instalments for suits.

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Our Readers Say;

Natural Gas

The Editor, The Advocate,
SIR,-—In view of _ statements
made by Mr. G. H. Adams in the
House of Assembly om Tuesday
last on the consideration of the
Natural Gas Corporation Bill, I
consider that the Public should be
informed of certain imaccuracies
in those statements. He said that
the negotiations between the Gov-
ernment and The British Union

, Oil Co, broke down as a result of

the demand gf my Company that
they be given the sole right to sell
Gas within the radius of 34 miles
of their existing pipe line. It is
true that such a proposition was
made to the Government as a basis
for negotiations, but what actually
happened was that when my

} Company sought reasonable pro-

tection for the reservoir of the
Natural Gas Wells, the Govern-

Hy James Eartlett

of credit tailors jumped last year
from £97,000 to £156,000, and in
their i
Dunder
there are five customers now t>
every three earlier in the year
who wanted their suits on credit.
At present prices, of course, a suit
has almost something of
a capital asset. People who can
still afford to pay £20 or so for
one almost look on it that way.”

The real “victim” of this na-
tional switch of habit is the
thrifty woman who has always
hated to owe anything.

She may have been saving her
money for years so that she could
pay cash down for a washing
machine.

But her savings—even with the
interest—have never quite caught
up with the rising price of the
washing machine.

Meanwhile Mrs. Smith, her
next-door neighbour, who never
seems to be able to save a penny,
does have a washing machine
She got it two years ago on the
“never-never,” and now she owns
the thing.

He’s Worried

What do the National Savings
eople say about this fast-grow-
ing “life-on-tick” philosophy that

seems to threaten their own
thrift campaign?
National Savings have been

falling by £2,000,000 a week. But
Lord Mackintosh, the savings
chief, says: “People aren't more
jpendthrift or irresponsible. They
are just reverting to pre-wat
spending habits.”

The people most worried by ail
the new hire-purchase demands
are the small shopkeepers.

To handle a steady turnover of
£100 a week from customers who
take his goods on hire-purchase,
asmall trader must have £2,500
behind him,

He needs it to keep going and
replenish stocks for nearly 1
months before the customers can
pay back as much as he has paid
out.

ment was unable or unwilling to
give what my Company considered
to be the necessary safeguard. and’
it was because of this failure that
negotiations for a long term Lease
broke down. This inability or un-
willingness on the part of the

vernment was the result of the

overnment having, during the
course sof the negotiations which
were proceeding between the Gov-
ernment and the Company, grant-
ed to the Gulf Oil Corporation a
Licence which em ed terms
and conditions which precluded
Government from making any
satisfactory arrangement with my
Company.

The report published in the
Advocate of Wednesday 18th Oc-
tober, of the debate in the House
of Assembly on the abovemen-
tioned Bill, has Mr. Adams as
saying, quote, “the Government
was prepared to put the B.U.O.C.
in the same position as it had been

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barn-like roof, the tendency of it; Russia and some of her satellite states
a reported to be having renewed trouble
with discontented elements of their subject
peoples.

Western diplomatic advices and under-
ground intelligence reports reaching Paris
tell of rumoured trouble in the Ukraine as
well as in Czechoslovakia and Romania.

Nothing in the nature of mass uprisings
has been reported, and the incidents appear
to be on an isolated scale which would not
seem to involve any serious-threat to Soviet
or satellite control of the areas concerned.

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Nevertheless, the reported incidents, if
to} true, indicate increasingly bold resistance to
Communist domination behind the Iron Cur-
tain.

setting?

In the theatre there is a hoary
old saying: “It will be all right on
Perhaps when the gal-
leriés are filled, thus obscuring
much of the woodwork and seats
and when Churchill's personality
illumimes the sceme and Mr. Attlee
puts his feet up for the first time
on the table, the mere power oi
personality may change the whole
impression. Let us hope so. Bui
at the moment I am more hopefv!
than confident.

Churchill Arch

Another item wiat is bound to
cause distussion is the choice of
the three statues that have been
mounted on pedestals in the mem-
bers’ lobby

They are not new, having been
in hiding for some years. The
Statesmen who have been thu:
immortalised are Joseph Chamber-
lain, Asquith and Sir William
Harcourt.

No one will question the choice
of Chamberlain that mighty cham-
pion of Empire, but some of us wil!
argue that Licyd George shoulc
have the pedestal allotted
Asquith. Bui the choice of Si
William Harcourt is surely ver)
edd. I can only account for it by
assuming that the Socialists
wanted to pay a dept of gratitude
to the Chancellor of the Excheque:
who first introduced graduatea
Geath duties, and who, in 1892
said: “We are all Socialists now.’

However, there is the Churchil
arch through which we shall pas
each day to the Chamber, mad:
of stones recovered from the
wreckage of the old House c
Commons. That is both just anc
imaginative. Nor can we be any
thing but proud of the fact thai
the Speaker’s chair and the clerk:
table, as well as other fixtures ar
gifts from the Dominions.

The Mother of Parliaments live.
on even if she will need mor
than a touch of rouge in her new
setting.

(World Copyright Reserved.)

—L.E.S.

According to one unconfirmed report re- il
‘ceived in Paris, the Communist Government }!
if Czechoslovakia has requested Russia to |!
vend a Soviet division from Hungary to];

Bratislava. WILKINSON

This reported decision to ask for Soviet
nelp is said to have been taken as a result
of the continuation of widespread riots and
abotage in Slovakia, where the Communists
have experienced troubje ever since they
seized control of Czechoslovakia in the
Spring of 1948.

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It is assumed in diplomatic circles in Paris
that if the Czech Communist leaders actually
aave asked for such help, they probably
think the psychological effect of the mere
presence of a Russian division in Bratislava
would serve to quell the rebellious spirit of
the people.

One of the reasons for the spirit of resist-
nce in Slovakia is said to be the presence
there of numerous anti-Soviet Ukrainians
who fled from Russia and have formed out-
law bands. :

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Other reports reaching Paris ‘state that
renewed resistance to the Communist regime
in the Ukraine led recently to the arrest of
about 2,000 persons in the Kiev area.

Most of these people are said to have been
accused of sabotage in connection with agri-
cultural and industrial production.

Crop deliveries are reportedly below ,the
quotas demanded by the government, while
metallurgical products are said to have been
found defective in many instances.

According to the reports reaching Paris, a
special. detachment of the. MVD, Soviet
Secret Police, under command of a Colonel
Maroutine, was sent to Kiev from Moscow
to conduct an investigation.

This Colonel is said to have reported back
to Moscow that the trouble was due chiefly
to the secret arrival in the Ukraine this
summer of Ukrainian Nationalists who were
released from war prisoner camps in West-
ern Germany. The latter apparently were
among those Ukrainians who fought with
the German armies during the last war.

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He cannot get his backing from
the bank manager. The bank:
take their cue from the T>easur;
—which frowns on hire-purchas
trading.

Smaller manufacturers who
might have helped the shopkeep-
er by giving him longer credi'
on the goods they supply to him
are just as badly hit. They can-
not get money themselves fror
the vanks or the finance houses

The general manager of one of
these finance houses commented
“Quite apart from the Treasury’:
view, you can’t blame us fo!
lending our money to the bie
organisations. It means less risk
and less cost than if we -sprear
it around to a lot of small firms.’

Their Excuse

Among the 1,353 people wh:
have gone bankrupt during th:
first nine months of this year
there is the recurring excuse:

*I would have been all right if
I could have collected the money
owing.”

Every day more customers are
shops to big
stores by “easy terms.”

The old scandals of pre-war
days are being forgotten. The
Hire Purchase Act of 1938 pro-
tects the 1950 customer.

A housewife no longer has te
watch her precious three-piece
suite whipped away from her
because she cannot pay the last
two or three pounds owing on it
Instalments can no longer mount
up to nearly double the actual
cash pricey

Unless, of course, she is buying
more than’ £100-worth. The Act
does not protect her then.

But most of the men in the
hire-purchase business are con-
vinced that “the bad old practices

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western diplomatic officials that Russia
would be compelled to station strong occu-
pation armies in nearly all the satellite coun-
tries if the Soviet Union became involved
in a major war with the West.

Persistent reports that the overwhelming
majority of the people in the satellite states |)
remain opposed, even though passively at
present, to Soviet domination also contri-|'
butes to the western diplomatic belief that

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They reckon that one or two Russia will not risk war with the western UORS
scandals would quickly encourage | powers in the near future. LIQ

M.Ps. to demand that the £100
limit be raised to £500.

many goods tof&y costing five

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‘been conceived let alone passed.” ussians finally said “yes” and all]. Nestles Beef Foods. Weetabix
As will be seen from. the fore-| Vienna is in smiles to-day. ) Nestles Vegetables Foods. . Puffed Wheat.
going, the Government had put > i Quaker Oats.
itself in such a Position yeith the} Not to a State Treaty. ' Shredded Wheat.
orporation a was i { rape uts.
impossible for Government to do Not to the end of censorship. . J. & R. Bread and Cakes.
that whe ee Adams had out-| Not to the easing of occupation costs.
lined to the House. ; .
Boriker the akevementioned re-} More important than all three: MEAT Dept.

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that the question of Nationalisa-
tion— although it was the policy

The Soviets are allowing the shipment of }}
a new bell for St. Stephen’s Cathedral to

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Ox Tongues.

of the Government— never arose] pass from the Americ ia 1} Ox Tails.
until the B,U.O.C. brought it up. P x ‘ ot come of Austria { Brains.
This Statement is so extraordin-| through the Russian Zone to Vienna via the

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brought up the question of Nation-

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TUESDAY,

OCTOBER

~

24, 1950



Vestry Wants £3,500 Cr

Loan From Government siovs: wirsins ora.

TO PAY BACK MONEY

THE SOL:CITORS of the Vestry of St. Michael may now

go ahead with the drafting

of the Bill to be sent to the

Legislature, empowering the Vestry to borrow the money

to pay back pay for 1948-49 to day labourers and members

of the unestablished staff employed by the Commissioners

of Health.

This decision was taken by the Vestry at their meeting |Mr. G. L. Taylor, varied the de-

yesterday.



Seaman’s Inquiry |

Adjourned

The inquiry

into the circum- | however,

The giving of the back pay was

Commissioners and approved by
| the Vestry at their meeting a few
weeks ago.

When the Vestry met yesterday,
Mr. E. D. Mottley,

stances surrounding the death of| M.C.P., brought to the attention

Cecil Webster, a
Antiguan seaman, was adjourned
sine di: by Mr. A. J. H. Han-
schell, Ccroner of District “A,”
yesterday.

Cecil Webster was found ceed
in his cabin on the schooner
“Everdene” on Friday, October 20

The only evidence was taken
from Capt. Nathan Tannis of Det-

qua, St. Vincent, and master of} sym 1

the Schooner “Everdene’” now in
the careenage.

He said that Cecil Webster was |
a sailor on his ship. He was sign-
ed on at St. Vincent on Septem-
ber 29. On October 19 after the
“Everdene” had reached Barbados
he saw Webster leave the ship to
go into the town, He appeared to
be in good health.

About 6 a.m. on October 20 he}
went into Webster’s cabin and saw
him lying on his back dead. He |
then left the ship and reported
the matter to the Bridge Post. |
Later the same day at about 2.30!
p.m. he went to the Public Mor- !
tuary where he identified the body
to Dr. A. S. Cato, who performed
a post morte



Lumber Goes —
To Speightstown

Over eight thousand pieces of
pine lumber from Halifax were
landed at the inner basin on
Sunday. The lumber arrived by
the 4,015-ton steamship “Alcoa
Pioneer” which is on a southbound
voyage from Canada,

Waterfront workers were quick-
ly removing the lumber from the
wharf yesterday to lumker yards
of the City. The inner basin was
congested with the lumber early
yesterday but by evening, most
of it was gone,

The Speightstown schooners
“Margaret” and “D. A. Pierce”
were being made fast to the wharf
shortly after midday to take loads
of it to Speightstown.

1,500 Bags Of Rice

One thousand, five hundred
bags of rice arrived for Barbados
from British Guiana on Sunday by
the 74-ton schooner “Lucille M.
Smith”.

Schooner “Rosarene”’, 60 tons
net, was another week-end arrival
from British Guiana. A cargo of
156 tons of firewood and 960 bags
of charcoal was brought here by
the two vessels.

Quantities of fruit and cocoa-|
nuts from St. Lucia arrived yes-
terday by the 46-ton motor vessel
“Lady Joy”, while from British
Guiana mcre firewood and char-
coal arrived by the schooner |
“Marion Belle Wolfe.”



$480 LIFTED

(From Our Own Correspondent)
ANTIGUA,
Miss Gertrude O’Neal of

O’Neal’s Drug Store has recently
returned to Antigua after a holi-
day in the Virgin Islands and St.
Kitts. She was greeted with the
news that $480 had been stolen
from the cash in her shop. A few
days later a newspaper boy who

23-year-old |





‘this would be used up
;purehase of modern scavenging
jequipment which was now heing

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worked for her was arrested. A
new bicycle, gold wrist watch,
tropical suiting, dress material
and $329 cash was found in his
possession. He had also booked
his passage to leave the island.



TORTOLA GETS
FOUR LAUNCHES

(From Our Own Correspondent)
ANTIGUA,
Since the destruction of the
Government owned motor launch
Kate in the Br. Virgin
Islands last November, private
enterprise has entered the busi-
ness very keenly and Tortola
now has four launches in service
among the islands, ‘Joan of Are’
the fastest of them can carry a
hundred passengers
to St. Thomas in two hours.

PROGRESS REPORT
U.S. Workers’ Savings Branch —
Labour Department to the 30th
September, 1950.

RECEIVED +. $3,092,394 49
ISBURSED :
PiRemitted to B.W.1.C.L,0. 4,669 63
Refunded to Barbados
Government 71,468 37
Paid to Returned Workers 2,260,779 20
Paid to Workers’ Allottees 496,307 64

Paid Court Dues 602 72



$2,833,827 St ;
“258, amendment to the effect that 1!
ee ee ee strate be “their maximum in their

$3,092,394 49 grade.”

L. A. CHASE, f Mr. Mottley opposed the
io ‘. ; Manager, svatement “15 oegel and ; said
75 NOE | EO eee that the principle had — always
Labo th Ontober, 1950 been that an empoyee should be

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ot members that they had not
settled the question as to how the
money was to be paid back. He
was suggesting that this be done
then as no further steps in the
matter could be taken until that
decision had been reached.

Mr. Mottiey then moved that the
Legislature be approached with a
view to the Vestry borrowing a
m not exceeding £3,500, to be
paid back over a period of ten
years at an interest not exceeding
4 per cent, the first instalment to
be paid in 1Â¥03,

This was agreed to and it was
decided to instruct the solicitors

| accordingly.

A letter from the Parochial
Treasurer drew the Vestry’s at-
tention to their credit balances at
Barclays Bank, the Royal Bank of
Canada and the Candian Bank of
Commerce described as in-
operative.

At the Royal Bank of Canada
there is the credit balance ci
$21,614.58 and at the Canadian
Bank of Commerce a_ credit
balance of $655.90 in connection
with the Nightengale Home. Re-
ferring to these figures § Mr.
Mottley pointed out that the latter
was the balance from the amount
for the establishment of the
Nightengale Home and the other
amount that which had _ beer
given by Dr. Nightengale for the
Home. When Dr. Nightengale’s
gift had been presented however,
the Vestry had already approach-
ed the Legislature to make a loan
for the purpose,

Now tha, there was need for
surther accommodation for echil-
dren at the Home and ‘he Vesiry
were asking Government to give
assistance in this, he did not see
why they could not use these
amounts for the purpose. He
would therefore suggest that a
committee be appointed to go into
the matter as to the best means
of spending the money for the
purpose,

Mr. MeD. Symmonds said that
he realised the Nightengale Home
was a means of giving an oppor-
tunity to some of the poorest
children in the colony. Any
money spent on it was sure to
yield big dividends in the long
run, because the training at the
Home helped to mould the char-
acter of these children and make
of them good citizens. He there-
fore had great pleasure in second-
ing the motion

The Vestry agreed and it was
decided to appoint as the Com-
mittee: The Guardians, the Chair-
man, Mr. Fred Goddard, M.C.P.,
and Mr. E. D. Mottley, M.C.P.

As regards a credit balance of
$4,473.89 at Barclays Bank in

| connection with scavenging equip-

ment, Mr. Mottley explained that
in the

ordered.

The Vestry adopted an interim
by vhe commissioners of
Health on the subject of dis _
trict markets with a plan for
the purchase by Government of
an area in the Surtle Street dis-
trict.

The Churchwarden said that
he could not speak too highly
cf the recommendation of this
area for a distric’y market. Sx_
teen buildings there were delapi-
dated, rat infested and horrible
dwellings. In the purchase of
this site, they would be cleaning
up that slum area and establish-
ing a district market, killing
two birds with one stone, as a4
matver of fact.”

The Vestry were unanimous
in their approval of the site and
decided to recommend it to
Government for the purpose in_
tended.

A leiter from
Secretary informed the Vestry
that funds have been prov ded
for effecting the necessary re-
pairs to the breakwater at vhe
Princess Alice Playing Field,
and that the work would be un_

the Financial

dertaken by the Colonial En-
gineer.
The Clerk was instructed (o

reply expressing the thanks of
the Vestry to the Government.

The Vestry began considera.
tion of Mr. T. W, Miller’s movion
that all parochial employees who
have been in the service for 15
years or more and are not in re-
ceipt of the maximum salary be
raised to their maximum as has
been done inthe case of other
employees at a previous meeting
of the Vestry.

Mr. Weatherhead suggested an

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recommended to the Vestry by the

BARBADOS ADVOC



ossed Studs:
Fined £5

| Kins Gap, Westbury Road, did not |
| profit by an appeal he made to the |
Assistant Court of Appeal against |
a decision of His orship Mr. |
C. L. Walwyn of District “A”
| Police Court. Mr. Walwyn fined
Wiltshire £2 for dangerous driv-
ing and ordered endorsement of
his licence. Wiltshire appealed, |
and the Court of Appeal yester-
day, presided over by Their Hon
ours Mr. J. W. B. Chenery and

cision and increased the fine to!

One police corporal and two}
— gave evidence ainst
iltshire who had pleaded not
guilty. They said that Wiltshire |
on August 31 this year while driv-
ing the car M-1254 around a curve |
by Holman’s in Fontabelle, crossed
over by about three feet the studs
that are in the middle of the road.
They said the car was being
driven at about 30 miles an hour.
Two bicycles were being ridden
in the same direction in which the
car was going—towards the coun-
try. The driver of the car passed |
out the bicycles and crossed over !|
the studs in doing so. |
Mr. Walwyn ordered Wiltshire
to pay the £2 in 14 days or go to
prison for a month. The Court of
Appeal’s fine of £5 must be paid
in two equal monthly instalments

Local

ope .

Bailiff Fined £16

A FINE of £10 to be paid by
instalments or in default three
months’ imprisonment with hate
labour was imposed on 42-year-
old James Gill of Carrington’s Vil-
lage yesterday by His Worship '

Mr. H. A. Talma for larceny as a
bailiff. , '

in pale yellow with a bold
appliqued in black.

Furniture Wanted |





_ He pleaded guilty to the offeace : Fo W
which was committed on Ociober P Y. -C.A.
Gid'Gin "piter baring Wemnisbns |i er se aes Meeting at the
trusted with a goat, the property | offic em aa a oS ae A:
of Elkanal Griffith of Wellington | Gecided to "res Take building
> Vistas : > J aine
Street, sold the goat which is “G,ynville” at Pinfold Street a:

valued at $30. ‘the headquarters for the Y.W.C.A

Gill, speaking in his own de-;
fence, asked r. Talma to b: | The Committee hopes to open the
lenient with him as he had noth- leadquarters in early December
ing ed before against him and will gveatiy. appreciate gifts
He said he didn’t know what got of furniture and other equipment
into him to make him do such a | Suitable for this purpose.
thing. | Anyone desirous of helping «

Sgt. King prosecuted for the contact Mrs. D. H. Ward,
police. tary of the Y.W.C.A,

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Gas Station Fell From Tree: Injured
gardener of Quaker’s Road, Car-
vington’s Village, fell from a tall

THE Advocate yesterday found | Road, St Michael, yesterday, and
a gasolene servide station in a]! got severe cuts on his chin, He

I B : ds t Clement Wiggins, 17-year-old
tree in the woods along Welches
was taken to the General Hospital

drug store and a doll’s house in a r
dry good’s store. The drug tore ( and detained.
1 ;
was the Phoenix Pharmacy and) Wiggins was picking "ium

Costa's, There is also a farm at| When he fell.

Da Costa’s and at the Pharmacy.
T ey are being exhibited in the
glass cases of the two stores,

The service station will be the
first prize for the Raffle being
held by Mrs. J. H, Wilkinson in
aid of the Old Ladies’ Home, and
the farm will be second prize.

The station is equipped with
many modern fittings. There are
facilities for applying the H.L
Test, there is space for parking
on the roof and an elevator to
take you there, Coca Cola can be
had while you are waiting, and
there are the usual things like
pumps and a hoist,

Modern fittings are also found
in the doll’s house, The house has
two floors, and some of the articles
in it are, a tricycle, a perambula-
tor, toilet and bath, stools, tables
end chairs, a refrigerator and a
reading lamp.

The farm contains some
magnetic toys much in
these days. There is a cow drink-
ing water from a trough, a pail
into which the cow is to be milked |

for very obvious

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vogue
less to the weakest
and delightful to

a magnetic pig with equally mag-
netic sucklings, floating duckr
and along with all these a big
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in the service for 20 years or
more, One case of 15 years had
Leen approved )
reasons. He would agree with the
motion if Mr, Miller changed the
figure to 20 years. Mr. Miller
agreed vo both suggestions. Fur_
ther discussion was postponed
until next meeting.











ONE OF THE EXHIBITS at Queen's Park.

In Embroidery

On Exhibition At Queen’s Park
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Park at 1 o’clock yesterday afternoon is a table cioth

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ARTS AND CRAFT

Seenes

design of bread fruit leaves

The most intricate in workman-
ship is the wall hanging depicting
whart side scenes with a number
of buildings in the back ground
and schocners in the foreground
Beth of these exhibits weve de-
signed by Mrs. Golde White,
President of the Barbados Arts
and Crafts.

The exnibits are all of local
designs submitted by Mrs. G
White, Miss K. Hawkins, Mrs

H. A. Vaughan, and Mrs. G. Bel-
grave, and for the past 44 months,
four girls and a supervisor have

been employed preparing for
the exhibition,

It comprises luncheon _ sets
kitchen aprons, towels, picnic

cloths, wall hangings, beach “bags,
guest towels, table cloths and nap-
kins which are all for sale.

The idea of these projects was
originated by Mrs. H. A. Vaughan,
District Welfare Officer and the
Arts and Crafts readily accepted
it because they felt that if the
exhibition proved successful, they
might be able to start a mino1
industry for girls and one which
would supply the demand of the
tourist for local handicrafts which
convey something of the ordinary
life of Barbadians and are not
just copies of European or Amer-
ican designs.

Scenes From Local Life

There is a luncheon set design -

ed by Mrs. G. White depicting)

local life, Each mat _carr'e:
a different design as _ follows
a fruit seller, a fish boy on ¢

and a buyer in an argument, ©
nut seller with flies over thr
sweets, a donkey cart with potato
slips

Another luncheon set designed
by Miss Hawkins shows a mah
throwing a fish net out to sea, &
yacht with two ovcupants and
a huckster,

One of the exhibits on the wall
is a beach bag designed by Mrs

Gwen Belgrave in white cora
with a fish on a blue black
ground, An interesting feature

of this exhibit is the white cellulai
which has been used for the ap-
plique work in order to conve;
the idea of the coral.

There are some embroidered
strips depicting local landscap:
scenes and these can be used fo
curtains, bedspreads cr wall hang-

stomach, stimulating
the Palate. Fresh

% CONSUL Crawtord’s TARTAN SHORTBREAD-—per tin ...-.... $1.17
3 a SWEET ASSORTED BISCUITS—per tin... 1.13
% H. & P. SALAD STICKS—per tin ........--- i 1.00
% 8)% CRYSTALISED FRUIT—per pkt. 24
* . x SHREDDED WHEAT—per pkt. «0... --+-: 3
$ A cylinder 1508 cc. 47 BHP. at 4400 R.P.M. 3)§ crocorare cae Mix—per pis 50
% $|% TABLE RAISINS—per pkt. ..... ... 62
% %|% PF. PLAYBOX BISCUITS—per tin .. 1.20
x $1 LOCAL GUAVA JELLY—per bottle 36
* 3|% DRINKING STRAWS—per box 72
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Pioneer and will be returning tc
England on Wednesday on the
S.S. Gelfito. He is staying at tne
Ocean View Hotel.

He said that the Police Forc

in St. Lucia, is mainly compose. |

f

ond

friends.

was forced to return home at the |
beginning of the year owing to |





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'40 Barbadians
In St. Lucia
Police Force

THE St
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PAGE FIVE



Lucia Poli
200 men has

e Force will
a very goo
repre entation of Barbadian yout
numbering 40, Lt., Col., E. M. \
James, Cnief of Police of tha
colony, told the Advocate yester
day.

Lt., Col, James who is now oi
leave prior to retirement, arrive
here on Saturday on the Alcoa!





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of young men of the right typ: |
who are keen and show very gooc
promise. The Force is a very hap-
py one with a well establishe<
esprit de corps.

Not so long ago he said thai
Col., Michelin and he had discus
sions regarding a Schoo! for the
training of policernen of the Wind
wards, Leewards and Barbados
Md a scheme had been prepare:
that

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HAND MODEL $85.50
TREADLE $141.00

CREDIT TERMS ARRANGED

suggesting a school be
tablished on the Morne, a very
healthy site above the town o
Castries in the old army buildings

The School would be capable oi
training at least 200 men a year
and when all the Government
concerned have studied the pro-
posals and costs, there was no
reason why a start should not be
made,

Training School

It is a most essential thing for

he

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Police Forces of the island ?

concerned to have a permanen!
the islarrds
keep the
chool going all the year round,

He said that St. Lucia wa
chosen because was the most
central island with excellent com
munications for the School and it
has the most suitable location for
such a School.

After serving

fraining School
idividually cannot

as

it

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in the Palestine
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James went out to St. Lucia in
1948 to reorganise the Police Force
subsequent to the disastrous fire
June 1948
He said that he liked St. Luci:
while there he made

His wife

ASCP P SSFP SASF SSS

many
unfortunately

ill health and should she recover. |
he hopes to return to the West |
Indies where he will settle either |
in St. Lucia or Barbados.



“ALCOA PIONEER"
BRINGS FLOUR

The S.S. “Alcoa Pioneer” dis-
harged here on Sunday some 750
bags of flour, 464 bags of oats, 720
yvmpty barrels and a quantity of
poultry feed from Canada, It left
port during the night for St, Vin-
cent. It is consigned locally to }
Messrs, DaCosta & Co., Lid, |



LOCAL AGENTS
TEL. 23464

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ings. In addition, there is a|
Barbadian landseape scene work- |
ed in bright blues, greens and
yellows and this gives the appear-
ance of a Mexican art.
| Also exhibited is a picnic cloth
| with sea shells in outline and «a
variety of kitchen aprons, som
carrying designs of a coalpot and
flying fish jumping out of a frying
pan; some with tropical fruit anc
flowers and some with a hibiscus

more delicious with
design.

In the centre of the room, there

is a table with smaller article





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Every sweet is

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! consisting of a variety of tray!

cloths showing flamboyant trees,
palm trees, breadfruit, flying fish,
seascapes and figure studies ol
' local life, '

The exhibition continues daily
until Saturday, October 28 from
9 a.m. until 4 p.m. |

“Say Goodbye
to Backache”’

—SAYS GRANDMA |

Backache is a misery that strikes many |
women in middle life, But if you could
see Mrs. W. H. of Welland, Ont.,
a grandmother well past 60, working in
her neat little home, day after Tey,
Na would really appreciate how muc!
Ir. Chase's Kidney-Liver Pills can do
to relieve backache!

That's because this time-proven Dr
Chase remedy for backache treats two |
conditions at once—containg special |
remedial ingredients for both the kid |
ney and liver disorders which often |
cause backache. So don't suffer with
painful joints and backache—try this
reliable remedy proven by over half-a-
century's use—Dr. Chase's Kidney-
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In EXCALIBUR SHOES FOR GENTS

We have them in BROWN SUEDE with Crepe Soles and
BROWN SUEDE and GREY SUEDE SEMI BROGUES
ALSO

BLACK BOX CALF ~ BLACK VICI KID
BROWN WILLOW CALF OXFORDS

Prices from $13.13 to $14.02
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Ss INCOF tu {BIDE ~a RBON ; “ 7 = ne ee
i, TELEPHONE an08 «id PORATED, ~~ corporation organized | GOnRORT ee APPLICATIONS for Trade Apprenticeship Bursaries in respect} ROYAL NETHERLANDS “_
nore, . and eeeing usaer the laws, of the |} ised gana existing under the laws ot] Of the calendar year 1951 will be received up to 15th November, 1950, STEAMSHIP co M.V. “T.B. Radar” will accept
i * ate o elaware, whose rade or 1e© ©State New Y p Sta . - oO ‘
DIED PURLIC SALES bukine, is Sle Motlncr htenie, Wow!) of Amati wines Geke Cn emen| ot the Public Works Department. ___SAELING FROM 7 Locke. nit ‘Yaseen cemieie” see
- eer eens ele med ee ae Saees = East, dina Street. New 2. Applications must be made on the prescribed form, copies of| i "eee Se ee ne Date of departure will
é F s _ Ne ‘oF ed States ‘ : eae ; s BL 21s stobe: e notifie
BEBVERGticherd Yesterday at his AUCTION mark in Part “A” of Register in con-| America has applied for the registration| Which may be obtained on application to the Public Works Depart-! 4 Vessel 26u,. October. Ist November M.V. ‘“Moneka” will accept
residence, Paynes Bay. The funeral nection with all kinds of foods and m-| of a trade mark in Part “A” of Register| me SAILING FROM AM Cargo and Passengers for Domi-
will la’ : eR nt STERDAM
la late residence this} BY instruction of the Rev. Worrell, 1] gredients of foods and will be entitied| im connection with electric dry bat ; See : & DOVER nica, Antigua, Montserrat, Nevis
af = Poloek for Paynes Bay | wil’ sell at St. Matthews Girls’ School] to register the same after one month] teries and will be entitled to regis- 3. It is expected that the examination of candidates for these} i. “ORANJESTAD isth Novem- and St. Kitts. Sailing Friday
rch and thence to Si./ near HOTHERSAL TURNING on Fri-| from the 23rd day of October ter the same after one month from] bursaries will take place s jay during the first week in December. | >*" we
Ja ‘Cemetery. Gee Meth. wet wis BO SRAMEE: O04 E een sense Darues ahall Gn the 0 i le ed og lec fem | bursaries will take place some day during the first week in December. 5 ccsiaaine aaeaaiein M.V. “Daerwood” will accept
ZULEIKA. Sty coasts shingled house 20 x 10 x 8 with shed,| gwe notice in duplicate to me y| some person shall in the meantime 4. A notification of the date of the examination will be sent} ° , Bane nt SAT y amaama rach Cargo and Passengers for St.
. kitehen, an outofice — TO BE RE- office of opposition of such regiStration.| give notice In duplicate to me at ty} to those applicants (who satisfy the requisite conditions of age, char- ms. “HERCTLIA" 2th, ‘October Paes ae ee — =
MOVED. If required can be sold i/ The trade mark can be seen on appii-| office of opposition of such registration : % 8.8. “COTTICA” 20th. Octot uba. Da of departure will
: parts.. Terms Cash. ARCHER MU | cution at my office | The trade mark can be seen on appii-| acter and Education) at the address given on the Application Form. SAILING TO TRINIDAD AND. bee " in
THANKS KENZIE, Auctioneer Dated this 23rd day of October 1450 | ontion at my office (Sgd.) H. G, WEEKES MARACAIBO CITY Cargo una waned r Dor:
21.10.50—5n. H. WILiJAMS, Dated this 2rd day of October 1950 ; , seatanty , m.s, “HE®4* 24th. October nica, Antigua, Monteatfat, Nevis
- Registrar of Trade Mark H. WILLIAMS, Sec! , : 4 y
fe sineerely thank all those who 4.0 30 an Registrar of Trade Marks B i , ini SAILING TO MADEIRA, PLYMOUTH, ot eee
the funeral, sent wreaths and UNDER THE IVORY HAM St etc liceet peer ak cern 24.19 .50-—Sn ‘oard of Industrial Training, BEE EA eg oh age ores aL scucciin OWNERS’ a
in other ways expressed their sympathy ME Hinman? SatOEieene C/o Public Works Department ma. “OBANJELTAD® 20th. October. " '
. Assoc. INC.
in the death of our, beloved mother) 5. iistructi : TAKE 5. PB. MUSSUN, SON & ©O. LID. '
Whe died October “20th. THERISA | ,,By instructions received I wilt sell on NOTICE TAKE NOTICE } ia specs mee «tical papiaesaspcniomctall or
Teas be ae ae aad OFFICIAL NOTICE ms
.og| tations Ltd. Ware House Bay t. That J & P. COATS LIMITED, 2® “
Al, no Lenton, Lacas| Conosite Messre Golo & Cu “damene REXWEAR British Company, whose trade or bus‘- é
(sons), Dorothy Lucas (daughter).| SPPBIE Dork Crvetal Sugar. “Sale ar}. That D. MARSHALL & COMPANY | ness address is Ferguslie Works, Pais-| BARBADOS, IN THE COURT OF CHANCERY
aes vs jar Sa’ 2 + r : P . Pais- AR le
oe Best and ue oor p.m Terms CASH. © 8*! LIMITED, a British Company. whose] ley, Glasgow, Scotland has appliea IN PURSUANCE of the Chancery Act, 1906, I do hereby give notice to all persons 0.
(Nisees.) 109 | VINCENT GRIFFITH, a Sastnase address is 2h Mins-| £ registration of a trade mark an] having or claiming any estate, right or lenerest ot aay an « trenesnee in
The oe aly prot ~~ So ay oe ye s sep lied foe the reslercaeion of a ‘trade| with warns and. threads of all. kinds | ' ae cones a ence of their ose re me Witnesses, Sousa nts "
; 4 . St. —— ns t “A” o egisier in| and will be entitled ¢ ster the | 4% vouchers to examin y me on any Tuesday or mn the hours
tun dhaaks te a) connection with Piece goods wholly or| same after one month from the me | Of 2 noon and 3 o'clock in the afternoon at the Registration , Public Buildings, "
who attended the funeral, sent wreaths mainly of cotton or rayon and articles| day of October 1950 unless some per-| Ptidgetown before the 7th day of November, 1960 in order that such claims may
letters or in any other way ex- UNDER THE SILVER made from such piece goods including} son shall in the meantime give notice | 2° ‘Ported on and ranked according to the nature and priority thereof respectively, NEW ORLEANS SER VIOR
sympathy with them in their sheets, pillow cakes, bolster cases,| in duplicate to me at my office ot} o'&erwise such persons will be precluded from the benefits of any decree and be ne Arr.
ivement . . HAMMER blankets, and articles of clothing and} opposition of sugh registration. ‘The deprived of all claims on or against the said propery N.O. B'dea
Vera Dottin, Edia Gill, Gwen Crick, will be entitled to register the sume] trade mark ean be seen on application Plaintif: CYRIL BR OOKS S.S. “LIBERVILLZ” 28th Sept, 12th Oct.
Selwyn Gill and the ee On Thursday 26th by order of Capt foe ie ares the 2rd day ot] at my office. Det t: OR PARK BAKER
.10.50—In. i i tober un some son shail 2 . y . endant; ELEAN
} a meee, Me Will sell: Bie Furniture} i ‘the meantime give ie i aes ee ~~ poy a PROPERTY: ALL THAT certain piece or parcel of land situate at Pinfold Street
which aadiuton plicate to me at my office of opposi- Ragistsar of Seade Marks in the City of Bridgetown in this Island containing by admeasurement | NEW YORK S&RVICE
IN MEMORIAM Morris Chairs (wi ; tion of such registration. The trade 10.80—3 Two thousand one hundred and fourteen square feet or thereabouts sally Arr. of
rs (with cushions), Cocktai! 5 en 24.10. 50—3n butting and bounding on lands of T. E. Went on lands of Mrs, E. G' rf
ard ornament Tables; Very good Escrir- eee eee be seen on application ot} ——____ —_—_—__ — DeRoys on lands of Horece Savoury on lands of Mr. Posies on lands | wy. _——
doving eres of pur dear ous Cui ee Better ine Cananat Dated this 23rd day of October 1950 TAKE NOTICE ¢ Violet 2, a i aah one Pinfold Street, eforesald bah eee md ss Oe a. THULIN Nath Ox. sara Set
see wine eo CO ; ce Gatley alt in Mahooeanr: ; H, WILLIAMS the same may butt and bound Together e messuage or dwell- con bestugbitbnn einer ene csneieteaieansanag et eR
to rest on the 23r¢ of October, 1947 Rookshelf, Tea Trolley all in Mahogany: ae ~ ing house thereon called “Kenworth” and all other buildings and
Mee gee oP the cae Pye “Radio: Mullard ° Radio, Glass and Register of ‘Trade Marks. ‘iene ee ,FABRIOS | ey erections both freehold and chattel thereon erected belonging to the CANADIAN SERVICE
hina inner and Brea Ss eS; ewes amin . -“ ‘ jefendant. y
es bitter to recall, Sap Cadkaont ree. tee LUMITED, a British Company, whose} pi1) gied 19th August, 195¢ H, WILLIAMS SOUTHBOUND i
one we loved was taken Camera: Rush ‘Chains’ 4 foal ares trade or business address is 17.} Dated the 8th September, 1950. * Resistrar-in . Sails Salle Arrives
pt ane Sade call separte | Hedsteads: Springs end Slumber’ Kink TAKE NOTICE Minshull Street, Manchester, England te i wea dent Montreal See aan
- has applied for the registration of $.8. “ALCOA PIONEER” October Wh October 1th October 20th
Yeu'll live forever in our hearts. Mattresses; ; very nice rade ot, MA a "” stober { >
Taitt and Holder families, Herby et Petey aes. Bedside “BLUE CROSS” Supine ees aa Be A ae s.s ALCOA PARTNER October 27th October 30th Re enes 10th
Clarke (husband). 24.10.50—In. | Basnted Pd ine ghee Peas That GENERAL MILK SALES, INC goods wholly or mainly of cotion NORTHBOUND
Ae White Painted Bedstead Spring and a corporation of the State of Delaware,}| OF rayon and = articles made from J Arrives
Reape —eeenenmen Mattress, Canvas Cot; Kitchen Cabiner:| United States of America, whose trade] such piece goods including sheets, pil- . ~ = Barbados } ;
_ Larder, Gate-leg Tea Table and Chairs| 2" business address is 19, Rector Strect,g low cores, bolstfar cases, bganiyets, T's 7 H S§.S. “ALCOA PARTNER” October 10th For St, JOHN, St. Lawrence “
FOR SALE all painted Green; G. F Refrigerator New York, State of New York, United/ and articles of clothing and will be | | River Ports.
(New Unit); Good ‘Coal Stove; Of] Stove} States of America has applied for the] entitled to register the same after one ns | $.5. “ALCOA PEGASUS” October 21st For St. Lawrence River Barts.
Kilichen Tables; Service Washing Machin« nemistration of a trade mark in Part “A” mossh frotn the 23rd day ee Optotne rN 1 AN. | 8.8. “ALCOA POLARIS" October Bist For St. Lawrence River Ports.
‘good). : ° wister in connection with ali 60 unless some person shall in ne + ‘ =e
AUTOMOTIVE — fe Tone food products, including milk, butter,] meantime give notice in duplicate to These vessels have limited passengers accommodation.
BRANKER TROTMAN cheese, sweetened condensed milk,}| me at my office of opposition of such
CAR—1940 Sedan Hillman, (T—92). . & CO. | unsweetened evaporated milk, eva-| registration. The trade mark can be ) Apply: DA COSTA & CO. LTD. —Canadian Service.
Dial 2890. 24.10.50—3n Auctioneers | porated skimmed milk, condensea] seen on application at my office if ROBERT THOM LTD.—New York and Gulf Service,
of toe 1) Vauxhall 12 H.P. C nid wei Sega ar soe Pin oa perne Rr ere a OWILL IAN ve For those who
{ .P. Car milk; malted milk, sterilized cream; WAMS,
a Ba: wr es 34 oa Pia ney REAL ESTATE ee ven cream, milk com- Registrar of Lie a
r/o ‘Ss + ‘oa reet pounds (skimm milk and vegetabie 24.0. 50—3n *
Trane. %4.10.80—In. | {Shares WEST INDIA RUM He: | (ait), tné lee cream and will, be ene) se enjoy good Tea SAGUENAY
- ~) Oo register the same after one
CAR—Ford Prefect 10 H.P done FINERY LIMITED month from the 23rd day of October TAKE NOTICE
“i ; ; 4 BARBADOS ELECTKI ——< = =
17500. miles. Apply: Harold Weather- IC] 195G unless some person shall in the oF y y L : 5
head C/o Bruce Weetherisea ae ‘ } oa CORPORATION eeksew eve notion in duplicate to “Tex-made”’ N A H Pe mh, Ree 1A
10 +t.f.n, me at my office of opposition of such z C =
Wb RADIO DISTRIBUTION] tegistration, The trade That DOMINION TEXTILE com-| SOUTHBOUND SAILINGS
7 B. te mark can bf] PANY LIMITED, a corporation of the :
CAR—!935 Model, Master Chevrolet GBARBADOS) LTD (Pret-| seen on application at my office Dominion of Canada, whose trade cr | BRAND From Montreal, St. John, N.B., Halifax, N.S.
in working order, tyres good.| 97) | BARBADOS CO-UPEHKA- Dated this 23rd day of October 1950 | ousiness address is 710, Victoria Square, frinidad, D 3
Apply to Frank Harewood. Kirtons, Fe Coe Pe H. WILLIAMS, Montreal, Canada has’ applied for the To Barbados, Trinidad, Demerara, B.G.
St. Philip. 24.10, 50-—3n LTD CTORY Registrar of Trade Marks: registration of a trade mark in Part e
The above shares will be set up to Sn.) "A" of Register in connection with G Loading Dates Expected
LIVESTOCK public competition at the office on the’ Te oe nnn n= | all textile fabrics and materials ana rown, Blended and Packaged Montreal Halifax. Arrival Dates
undersigned on Friday next the 27th day will be entitled to register the Bridgetown
“So ltl Anke aa | Cees Ie aed TAKE NOTICE ifter one month from the 2trd.d in Ceylon. ney?
CARRINGTON October 1950 unless some person “BRUSH 4th, Oct th. Oct 46th, Oct
week. Phone 3968. & SEALY, Lucas Street . 15 P Y ath i
22.10,50—2n. 22,10.50--a1\ | That CLARK AND company, | i", © meantime give notice in duph- r. BENNY" Sth. Nov | 23rd. Oct. | 8th. Nov
eee pean) Ba LIM a British C hose | Cate to me at my office of opposition} UNMONT" ist. Nov 6th, Nov. | 22nd, Nov
ola | Th “The Market 8 rsh company, whose! of such registration. The trade mark SUN PRINCE" 18th, Oct.! 2th. Nov | 6th, Dee
COW—One (1) Heifer three years old e projerty known as “The Market | trade or busines address is Anchor] oan be se licat! -
in good condition, nine months in calf} Place”, standing on 5,225 square feet of| Mills, Paisley, Glasgow, Scotland hasjSm., 0° See" oP application at — my “Limited Passenger accommodation
with first calf. Apply Mr. VW, Clarke, nA. at Cranes Street, Spelahtstown, St. applied for the registration of a trade] "Sug this 23rd day of October 195! , ; ;
ivy Lodge, Ivy Road. .10.50.—3n. . e property w: set} mark in Part “A” of Register in 7 aa . Eas n
__ | up for sale by Public Competition at our nnecti vith yarns ¢ reads . of H. WILLIAMS, =-LANTATIONS LIMITED—A nts
EIETENG— wo Siamese Kittens (fe- See a eg zest, on Friday 27th all kinds snd will be MeSiGon: ta eos Registrar of aes ee ge
male), Apply Mr. B. W. G. Austin, ctober, , a p.m, gister the same after one month from 50—n.
No. T Garrison. Phone 2001, Jorsan pecion, apply to Mr. C. H. P.| the 28rd day of October 1950 unless | A combination of
.10,50—2n, | " * some person shall in the meantime give
YEARWOOD & POYCE notice in du; ; | LOSI &
+ plicate to me at my office FOUND .
ELECTRI Solicitors. of opposition of such registration. ‘Che uality and Econom:
CAL a 19.10.50.—8n. | trade mark can be seen on application i Q y y
eet ————eemencomer lat my office.
TOR—Coldspoh Refrigera- “Dated this 28rd day of October 1950 LOST MYNAH TEA
tor € ¢- feet, in working order, can be) PURILIC NOTICES | ™ H, WILLIAMS,” | SWERPSTAKE | TICKET s
. Ss, SWEEPSTAKE TICKET—Series W TR ndesnetena i ntraan oon
seen at Branker, Trotman & Co., High| vb a Srate tarts, ies aes : : :
, Registrar 2i77 and 2778. Finder please return 5 tor
treet. 24.10.50-—3n %.19.50—3n. | seme to The Bidos Turf Club is obtainable at all Stores A * 1 ;
24. 10.50-—1n
MISCELLANEOUS NOTICE T TICE med etsiinatl et anee otecnenince Priced: MARBLES and P ISTOLS with CAP S
PARISH OF 8T. PETER 'AKE NO SWEEPSTAKE TICKET—Series £.0141
COAT — For small Applications for one or more Vacant Finder please return sai to Virgt
England. One (1) Did ian ees Vestry Exhibitions for the Alexandra GLORIA ‘Lull, Fitts Village, St Sarina = 1 ounce sittrereveseseees 106, & co —DIAL 3301—Hi h Street
Box 4. Co. Advocate Advertising, SChool will be received by the under- That GENERAL MILK SALES, INC., 24.10.50—-1n 2 ounce ROBERTS . i
Dept, 22.10.50—2n. | Signed up to Wednesday November Ist] a corporation of the State of Delaware
es ‘ Ana Applicaton forms and all par-| United States of America, whose 4 pound ........
a VELLE” — Soapless Shampoo uiars can be obtained from the un-| trade or business address is 19 Rector -
conse De soap or soda, cleamses the ue a eae office ere Tues-| Street, New York, State of New York, PERSONAL 4 pound 0600440 OEE es
ir and leaves it smooth and silky even| 2°° “ a.m o p-m..| United States of America as ap- . 2
in hard water. Sample size 150. larg2| Thursdays from 10.00 a.m. to 1,00 p.m. | plied for the registration of a trade mark ® Your Car deserves the best Oil you can obtain.
size i8¢, KNIGHT'S LTD. Saturdays from 10.00 a.m, to 12 noon.!in Part “A” of Register in connection We recommend...,....
22.10. 50—3n Signed G. S. CORBIN, with all food products, including milk, The public are hereby warned against a " 7
aes a ve isin, [Danae teeamee semen. eee BORE fice 2, Me ae ee GERM MOTOILS
cleanin, Suits, Frocks, ts 10.5 n. | milk, unsweeten ev. ated r . (nee Nicholls) as 1 do vo ee 1 »
Coats, ete., lise “Serubb's Dry tHéones ——- -—~—| evaporated skimmed milk, condensed | lidld’ myself »asponsible for her or any- Obtainable in detergent grades” or straight mineral.
Price 1/9 bot. Obtainable at KNIGH’1'S NOTICE sweetened skimmed milk, powdered) one else cortracting any debt or debts — from —
22,10.60-Sn.| 15 hereby given that it is the inten-| Mill malted. milly sterilized “"'cream,| I" my name ‘unless by a written order ANNUAL AGRICULTURAL EXHIBITION
tion of the Vestry of the Parish of | Sterilized evaporated cream, milk com-| signed by me F . CENTRAL FOUNDRY LTD.
ty EMBROIDERY: Come to} Saint Thomas to cause to be intéo-| founds (skimmed milk and vegetabiy Sed. ISAAC GRANDISON, f
ores ae House and see the ARTS] duced into the House of Assembly ot | [#t8), and ice cream and will be er- wae ee Prout Hill, —_—_ CENTRAL FOUNDRY LTD. a
Exhibition of Embroidery| this Island a Bill to confirm the pow- titled to register the same after one omas ; Gasolene Service Stati Trafal, St.
from Monday October 23 to Saturday| o of the Vesiry to sell the property| month fro the 23rd day of October 24.10. 50—2: vasolene service station — afalgar St.
October 28 inclusive from 9 a.m. to 4 P.m.} exiled “Glendale” in the said Parish | 2950 unless some person shall in the wf
daily. Admission 6d. Articles for sai? . ° meantime give notice in duplicate to SSS m"
and Orders taken. N.B. On Oct. 23rd ro Thomas which is now being | 2 at my office of opposition of. such
from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m, #80666 Medical Seton ar che Gatien, Eee te registration. moe trade OW es be .
.10.50.—4n, > 1 PI ication at my office
a | athorise: the Vestny to apply the net] 0) BePitay of October 196i) MAIL NOTICES The One Hundredth Annual Agricultural Exhibition will be held st ’ *
proceeds of such sale in or towards Dated th y of 5 TT CLERKS U 4
ae i Paes an in various! the purchase of a parcel’ of land and H. WILLIAMS, te ‘or arinided: and, Jamaica by Queen's Park on 6th and 7th’December, 1950, BARBADOS ae Se
sizes m ° . Iso Galvanized as 2 * . % rks he 5.58. ‘apti_ wi be closed at the 2 li s F C * is
pail. Enquire Auto Tyre Company,| sna ‘cut offices for the use of the Paro: Registrar of Mga-10.50-—n | Ceneral ‘Post Office as under: {|| Teas and for supplying Breakfasts and: Dinhew. Ni. The Commies A SPECIAL GENERAL MEETING ra
if ; $ - ‘arce! ar giste: a at 30 a 7 co - " ‘
* nw Ph cate Seeking chial Medical Officer and to authorise eis. — * a.m. on ind cath Octubre 1980 8 DAV ola hee Tenderer must provide separate Har will take place at the ¥Y.M.C.A. (WAKEFIELD) < f
Ee ce oe the Vestry to enter into a_ building Ordinary Mail at 9.00 a.m, on the ae ; ; Pinfold Street, on WEDNESDAY, 25th inst., at 4.30 p.m, _
“RODICIDE” — Insect Powder kilis coutract in connection therewith. TAKE NOTICE 24th October, 1950. 3. Sealed tenders in writing are invited for the selling of Sweat Nd ony t a 7 4
Bugs, Fleas, House Flies Ganicaannes:| ; PF. F. PILGRIM, MAILS for Trinidad and La Guayra Drinks, Ices and Light Refreshments ALL MEMBERS ARE ASKED TO ATTEND .
Ants; Lice on Pigs, Poultry and Dogs, sc Vesiry Clerk, St. Thomas. FAVORITA by the 8.S. Colombie will be closed 4. Tenders in writing are invited for the operating of Amusements AGENDA
get rid of the if you have any 22,10.50—3n. That GENERAL MILK SALES, Inc., at_ the General Post Office as under; Tenders must state the form of Amusement and the size of space required * . ‘ j . i
KNIGHT'S LTD. 22.10. 50—3n. NOTICE + coietat ae ig ale of Dela: de Mal, Reaiavered Mail and gr 5. All tenders must be sealed and marked “Tenders for Exhibition ' 1. .NEW RULES. 2. EDUCATION CLASSES,
y 3 a.m. f

“SCOURINE CLEANSER" — For clean
ing your Pots, Pans, Baths, Basins and
Ovens use Scourine which is quick and
smooth. Price 2ic. ;



tin. KNIGHT'S
LTD. 22.10.
TIERCES—(200) Two hundred Empty

Fai Tierces. Can be seen at the Rob-
erts’ Manufacturing Co. Ltd., Govern-
ment Hill. 24.10.50—6n .



WANTED



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ALL accounts and Bills concerning
Dodds Plantation. Please send to the
Manzger of Seawell Plantation.

21.10.50—6n

NOTICE

Applications for_one or more vacant

. John Vestry Exhibitions at the St
Michael's Girls’ School will be received
by the undersigned up to 3.00 p.m. on
Saturday, 28th October, 1950

Candidates must be the daughters of
Parishioners in straitened circumstances
and must not be less than eight (8) years,
nor more than twelve (12) years of age
on the 3ist July, 1951, to be proved by
a Birth Certificate which must accom-
pany each application

The Entrance Examinations for the









TAKE NOTICE

FLEISCHMANN’S

That STANDARD BRA















ware, United States of America, bid
trade or business address is 19, Rec-
tor Street, New York, State of New|
York, United States of America has ap-
plied for the registration of a trade
mark in Part “A” of Register in con-
nection with all food products, in-
cluding milk, butter, cheese, sweeten-

ed condensed milk, unsweetened eva-
porated. milk, evaporated skimmed
milk, condensed sweetened skimumed

mulk, powdered milk, malted milk, steri-

hsed cream, sterilized evaporated cream”

milk compounds (skimmed milk ana

vegetable fats) and lee cream and will
be entitled to register the same
after one month from the 23rd
son shall in the: meantime give notice
in duplicate to me at my office of op-
registration, ‘The











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GOVERNMENT NOTICE

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and must reach the Secretary's Office, Bovell & Skeete Bullding, Lucas
Street, before 3 p.m., Tuesday, 3ist October.
6. All Firms and Persons desirous of obtaining sites for advertisin :

purposes are requested to forward their applications in writing to the
Secretary by 3 p.m., Tuesday, 3ist October

1050 These New Rules may be seen at Our Office any Evening
between 4 p.m, and 6 p.m.
CHRISTIE SMITH,

General Secretary.

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day of October 1950 unless some per-
BASSSIF LDIF FFFPD
A GIRL for Grocery Department.—Geo. | year 1951 will be held at the Schoo! at| Position of such SPORES SPP POOP PP SPS OSS SPSS
C. Ward & Co., St. Lawrence. 9.30 am on 17th November, and 18th| trade mark can be seen on applica-| $
15.10.50.—Tn, | November, 1950. Girls of eight (8) and; tion at my office. S UNIVERSITY $
Z under ten (10) years of age will be Dated this 23rd day of October 1950, | % * a %
ORGANIST for Boscobel Church, St | examined on Friday, 17th November; and H. WILLIAMS, & COLLEGE OF THE %
Peter. Salary $40.00 month, Appl; | girls of ten (10) and under twelve (12) Registrar of Trade Marks, | 4s WEST INDIES % The next Issue of the
to the Vicar, Bo: el Vicarage, mo\| years of age will be examined on Sat- 2.19 .50—3n. x - ~ % %
jeter than October 3ist. 24.10.50—3n. vitae eA ke soe Saati % Extra-Mural Department x x
Oe can ates to examined show
THREE PRESSERS for our Hoofman| be at the School not later than 9,15 LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE) x A Course of Lectures % y
= The application of Carlysle Atwell,| & 4 . i
@, mone but those with| a.m. of the morning of the examiria . ¥ ¥
experience need apply. Barbados Dye| tion, holder of Liquor License No. 316 of g on x a4
Works. 24.10.50-—2n Please apply to my office for applica-| 1°50, granted to Sylvia Ae gal A et 4 1 x %
tion forms during office days and hours,| *Pect of a board and shingle shop | 9 Some As ets Of ¥ %
attached to residence at Grassfield Gap, | ¢ ?
MISCELLANEOUS Clerk to my Vestry St, Michael, for permission to use said | ¢ ri . } 8 i
JOB SteJorin, | Liquor License &o..at board ona) Barbadian History 3 2
vernmen ,
WANTED 21.i0{80.—sn,| shingle | shop a % * %
job commencing eer ist Movimaber. NOTICE Dated this 2ist day _of October 1950 x BY sg g j MORE Make your petrol ration go further by fitting % }
Shorthand speed 100 words a minute PARIGH OF ST. PETER Pann upeataeratee Ri) WANE % H. A. VAUGHAN % is now being prepared MES a Zenith Carburetter, Its measured and 4 .
iter Mae are See Oi the nent 1 fpplications are invited for the Signed OSCAR HILL. g b ee ; x mw faultless control over the distribution of x rn
ade ke} i" - * one ee for the Parish. ot St. Peter. Ap: N.B.—This cbiisedion's wih he ond x ae ae eee COUNG as $ ORE power, its amazing responsiveness and proved x -
ertisement, Co., Mrs. H. Mr* a, plicants must be registered Medi-) sidered at a Licensing Court to he held | % Par aihen. = sory x mM dependability, fulfil all the requirements of x
Leith Quest ‘Worthing, Bo »-108. cal practitioners. at Police Court, District “A”, on] Beginning Friday, Octo- y SUBSCRIBERS weER ‘ 4 pre | "
ee gone is $260.00 per month plus} Tuesday, the 3ist day of October 1650, ¥ ber 27th, at 8.15 p.m % PO the perfect carburetter. No wonder Zenith tt
entice apenas reser 00 for the V.D. Clinic. t 11 o'clock, a.m. , -to p.m, ‘ deta ia o/ of snickn S
BR baay brag i ere ee eee — 2 The appointment will take place - Nit E. A. McLEOD, | & Fee for Course :: $1.00 % ’ E is fitted to more than 60% of the vehicles on -
Apply Advocate Binding Dept. 5: Saepeinae ene etaa Police Magistrate, Dist. “A” f Members of Extra-Mural % ‘ f ti i : Mi y the road today a
20,10,50—t.f.n. BR ec neevhggss lg in Am are 24.18, 60-—10 K Association 84c. $ Examine your listings and notify the Company in EcoNOM “jae
TION with _ relatives 2 ae eeeaap ie Oe ae ry — f Single lectures 24c. X. writing by the 31st October, 1950, of any changes you =
Would any of the Atwell family ‘| 4 For further particulars apply ‘to NOTICE EE S may require, We can su ly ~
Barbados please communicate = with the undersigned at the office du-| 18 HEREBY GIVEN that it is the | \,s.ecqemeeepteeptpepoe Pply --«+- %
their brother, Lionel, at 326 West, 47th ink ? intention of the Vestry of the parish|q@ >? SCSI SS "7. a
Take ae ae ings: |g emenerâ„¢ from 10.90 mm. to 00) oh BE: Dee ted Into. she Logisioture ADDITIONAL LISTINGS and LARGE TYPE HEAD- CARBURETTORS and fo
| P hursdays from 10.00 a.m, to 1,00] of this Island a Bill to amend. the INGS can be had at $1.00 each per issue, Je
ONE TACITUS AGRICOLA LATIN] 5 4, Saint Luev’s (Barbados) Loan Act : any
TRANSLATION Text Book. Saturdays from 10.00 a.m. to 12 noon, | 1949 (1050-6) authorising the said

By “Sleeman” (if possible). Commu-

"i

REPLACEMENTS Fe

Vestry, if they shall think fit to do so,

Signed G. S. COKBIN n
to use the* moneys raised under the

Vestry Clerk,



c.cate with Grannum ¢/o The Parochial
Micha

















































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&
% %
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Treasury — St. Re on EOI St. Peter provisions of the said Act in remodel- . Te % té
No, 2880. 24.10.5021 20.10.50—13n,| ling and making extensive repairs to * Jones Land, ¥ For all Popular Makes ¥
os pnt the present Rectory of the said parish. | Black Rock, “4 es
STAMPS — I want used Postage | ‘ated S3rd October, 1950 s St. Michael, 8. % . se
Stamps. Will pay prompt cash for use NOTICE CARRINGTON & SEALY,| %& 21st October, 1950. % |
st . If you wish, mercharaiise such Solicitors for the Vestry % s ctober, 1950. % =
as Fountain Pens, C: , Clothing, Re Estate of of the parish of Saint| %& ‘a
Ete. will be sent in exchange. Send GORDON SPRINGER Lucy in this Island % DEAR FRIENDS & PATRONS, 7 ;
200 or more stamps. I prefer higher Getedeed. 24.10 .50-—an, | & PANY L "i
OP eae eae Re weer wat en i See ct Gat 1S are a arene < You must have heard that e \ "
i. i any, N.¥., U.S.A.| persons having any debt or claim upon x 1 ¢ , é ts “
24.i0.60—in | or affecting ‘the estate “of Gordon NOTICE ees As ee ate BAY STREET DIAL 4269
Springer late of Black Rock who died Under Section 31 of the Provost % pletely destroyed by fire on =
in this Island on the Sth day of May Marshal's Act 1904-6 @ Tuesday, 17th October, 1950. ieetited Onl at OO MOE
iM a ee lk dite Liste eee rink tila or linet S : PVOCPES ¢ PPP LPO PPPOE OPO OO.
FOR RENT particulars of their claims, duly} ing any estate right, tite on ine % I regret that the loss in- % } g - ' $
ti n ir » a . 3 Tatil ue
. af tlemre mitshinon and” Banfied | judament” on whien execulign ¢tas|® curred in, clotting 74 3/4 GOOD SALARY AND ih\x :
} Solicitors James Street,- Bridgetown on| issued) on all that certain piece or @ equipment is far beyond my s %
BRAMBLEY — Waterford Gap, St.| or before the 15th day of | Novernber| Parcel of land situate at Free Hi'l | capacity to pay, and I now < , ist x
Michael. From November st, full) | 1959 after which date I shall proceed | the parish of Saint George containing | $$ oof your sympathy COMMISSION 1% x
furnished residence. For particulars| to distribute the assets of the estate| by estimation about One Rood, butting oxen aympey, 1% FRIDAY OCTOBER 27TH bs
Phone 3062. 24.10.50-—t.f.1.| among the parties entitled there-| 2nd bounding on lands now or late of ¢ ae Basie 1% STARTING : x
fen HS having rested to the dette and| the Hope Plantation now or late of/ I shall be returning to For a Lady who can be @ popu. })) | ¥° ‘EKS OF STARTLING AND <
FURARED SESTAIRS TAS etorn élaims only of which I shall then have| one Blades, ao oe late = one Florence] % business as soon as he mee lar Sales Assistant in a Broa 1% 4 WEEKS S 4 x Al : *
lst November, , at ARFIELD", < Brereton, and oii a road in common} ¥, j » which is extensive Stree a e.
Lower "Collymore ‘Rock. "Phone ae7i| fag ,™@ue,and Mat small, OOt Ns | Gr however else the same tay butt snd] ® Gringvud’ can be repaired, $(M appucant showa be expanse ot | UNBELIEVABLE REDUCTIONS. =) Ue
» bound attac! rom aries ugustus « - eee ‘ ] x i
FURNISHED UPSTAIRS FLAT—Froin eh eat hoes whose debte oF claim T Brereton to send in a statement to me|% and at present I am working 4 I) toking charge of Department. 1s x
ist. November, 1950, at “BRIARFIELD'| o¢ such dist ib tion in writing on or before Thursday the} at the above address ot) Write giving particulars of bust- 1% - % .
lewer Collymore Rock. Phone 34%|° and all persons indebted to the| 28th day of December, 1950, ter | x ees pidaunen sbuaitan ane Le oe
K. BLAIR BANNISTER. " _5.10.50-€n.| gaia estate ‘are requested to settle} which date the) above are ete ae Yours respectfully, $1'0 EMPLOYMENT C/o Box 501 | ss 2
FLOWnE: | Gaw-2 Was ; their accounts without delay ese ee freed from any cial | & x iif The work is simple, pleasant and 1% e oa *
—Maxwe s ¢ s0. | no civ > . . owr 3 7 ss P, a
Bedrooms, Telephone, Fridge. Radio ait lacadtiam rh ¥ JAWAEER, | Dated this 22nd day of September.) % RALPH G. LOWE. © | in a happy atmosphere. 1% Prince W H , St ie Dial 3466 SS. Sec,
; : i frat | 19) Y 24.10.50-—3n. %& 1 )) 22.10.50-—-2n })) | % rince Wm. Henry St. hn
Gari and all medern conveniences. Qualified Administratrix of the Estate | 1950 T. T. HEADLEY % % i) ) 1% ; % “a
L. Maxwell Te i of Gordon Springer samen | Provost Marshal. | 56966990006 OSLO a matt! SLCC CLL LPL EPSPS PPPES OE
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BARBADOS ADVOCATE

| O'Neal Wins | HARBOUR L0G.





TUESDAY, OCTOBER 24, 1950

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2 ‘i
: Golf P rize In. Carlisle Bay Cleanse the system from blood
} 4) Sch. W. L. Eunicia, Seh. Emmanuel C impurities ; many sufferers froin
j JAMES O’NEAL, the Irish-| Gordon: Seh. Cyril EB. Smith; Sch. Zita
hi ; | anerican gentleman farmer off 8ssiase%, Burma: gem Brergene' || hewmatic aches and pains, lumbago,
4 Victories Registered | Si. Lawrence, paced a big field in} Davidson; Sch. Emeline; MV. Serviter, neuritis, pimples, boils, sores and
} pursuit of the October Beer Mug] “eu oi a 2 a
TANNDD ¢ : ; . ‘ jat the Rockley Golf and Country Gaited Pilgrim 'S en ft. minor skin ailments, can derive great
} WANDERERS, Mental Hospital, Y.M.P.G and Cabie Club on Saturday and carried Of) ae a1, AMRIVALS oo nk ak.
and Wireless scored outright victories over Windward,| the honours ineluding the cash, by ] masse fray i212, caus net: Cap . benefit from this well-known med
Spartan, Empire and Pickwick respectively on Saturday iT cae coum = = al bee ee eee ee le LIQUID er TABLET FORM
| the last day in the Intermediate cricke.| # 13° he ay u is net

Fifth Series of
matches. For Cable & Wireless R. Croney scored 103 not
out in the second innings. against Pickwick. His 100 was
scored in 64 minutes. é
Wanderers knocking up a good, © Skinner D Rock 7

score of 316 on the first day inf y “Cine absent o

their first innings to which Wind Extras 7

ward replied with 103 won easily Total 137.

by an innings and 57 runs when 7

M.V. Athelbrook, 286 tons net,
Cook, from Trinidad.
Schooner Lucille M, Smith, 74 tons net, |

score down to 68 which nosed out —

S. R. Toppin who turned in 389
; with a 19 handicap for a net 70.
in third place was H. V. King who
had a 96—24—72.



~apt. Hassell, from British Guiana.
eae anne 3 tons net, Capt
ullelelly, from St. ‘ia j 5 l 2 teres
M va ay Jom 46 tons net, Capt, Par- | Of $} ta & t to
. : i ons, from St ucla.
O'Neal drew himself in the’ ‘schooner Marion Belle Wolfe, 74 tons||
| sweepstake and with the added (et, Capt. Every. fram British Guiana. "i







incentive turned in his best score| y,y ») DEPARTURES © !

play ended. ioe sie Acie tare of the season which was not only| Fersuscon for tener) MONS Net, Capt. ||

Windward in their second turn eee ee eee good enough to win the handicap) _, Schooner eens W. 28. tons net |
at the wicket Scored 156 K. Du competition but proved to be the! MY, Athelbetak: hee. tle wt. Capt j
ong an pie 2 E. Eve- lowest gross score of the day, bee 4 Sd ae ee. ; |
yn the indwar el 4 e S.S. Hersilia, ions net, Capt. Old-
batsman played conetully’ nn ined et. Smcwa wi SOT: take rougee . | j
tried to hold his end until he was arte ‘ ; : nly a j 5 ne % j
beaten all over and bowled by - . 3.3 pi hin te Biche eae see | tom st Barbados |
M. Clarke for 32. Wiilam 2 1 ‘om 8

J. Massiah the Wanderers PC. Ist Innings aie weebe

Ist Innings . 21

medium pace bowler worried the | “"'™

Windward batsmen very much r
and he ended up by taking four
wickets for 32 runs after bowl-
ing 14 overs.

At Black Kock, Mental Hospital!

Y.M.P.C. tnd Inaings

wkpr. (Barrow) b

Cable and Wireless (West Indies) Lig
‘dvise that they can now communicate
vith the following ships through thei
| Barbados Coast Station
RICHARD. -T {i
8.8. Domingo De Larrinaga, 8.8. Rock- | |
side, S.S. Aleoa Polaris, S.S. San Eliseo, |
5.5. Quilmes, S,S. Fort Royal, S.S. sraz.

poor, not a single player breaking!

Greenidge ¢
Harris
> Greenidse
', Burke b Downes

McKenzie ec wkpr
Rudder

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| 80 and only eight of the field o/



b Rudder 26 breaking ninety. There wa

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| little excuse for the unimpressive
jperiormance unless it was the
'miscrable conditions of the

(Barrow) b

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3 : P ‘S. Alcoa Pipneer, SS. Marianne, $5 | |
, 0 greens which were sadly in need Goifito, S.S. Norfolk, 3.8. Eptaisse, it * ?
won by Hy! runs over Spartan. Wovor spd. wkpr. (Barrow) b cf cutting and rolling after the| Salinas, S.s. Edvard Quis Ga tie iF TAYLOR'S EYE WITNESS
7 Mental Hospital in their first ealy . 17 io hammer, S.8, Wilford, MV. Goodeult, | |
; innings scored 254 to which]. ¢ hive b Seals 3 recent rains, SS. Tapti, S.S. Fort’ Townshend, 8.3. | | 35
Spartan replied with 110, Mental] ’ viwicbrcilarrow)-® $ Enthusi | Wiltridon a ee 8:8. Bytiord, Ss , .
Hespital in their second innings : 9 inthusineti Pes dy Rodney, $5. pero. 8.8 | SCISSORS
declared at 124 for the loss of six Archer |.b.w. b Rudder ; ; | Phare, ae See ee Re Hur. if : Pair__.
Ls wickets, An attractive 53 b» apes Loge : However, it was one of the most) worth, 8.8. Vinland, §.8__Doily Madison, | | t
R. Chase helped to put Mentai; Total 62 | cnthusiastic meetings of the year] S's’ Camas Mosdons au” Wero ete | and 1
Hospital in a good position and, BOWL NALYSIS ag | with several innovations that ap-} Beech “Hull, ss. Serpeden’ SB. Ransitore, | {|
when stumps were drawn Spar- Own OO Ee, OR. pealed to the players. Among’ 4 Oranjestad, $.S. Lloyd Crest, S.S' | '
tan in their second innings were} +, Rudder i365 3 4 these were a refreshment outpost| Ringasuic, Me@dows 8.8. Adna, 8.9 | { GERMAN HOLLOW GROUND |
dismissed for 137 runs. ABs) ween wee eS) § “ABOVE BOARD”, owned by the King wins the Cesarewitch, the | at the sixth tee where cold soit |
Bowling for Mental Hospita'|y ‘sony odo’ first big autumn handicap at Newmarket by six lengths —-Berpress. drinks were highly appreciated in |
R. Rock and B. Carter —_ ee Empire 2nd Innings ; , —— ~~ | the sterming weather, and snacks CAWE. P i 36 1.35 & 81.
three of Spartan second innings ;G. Hinkson ¢ Hoyos b I. Burke . 4 > * : at th ineteenth hol t the
ary Rice b I. Burk 3 > ‘tiee . e nineteen ole al v ¢
eee ¢ Saker f Rize vt nwae | Water Polo Practice) — And Now jcvertai tour in the coot of hel agmvats— ap 9 wt a ee :
Stash ie ano j s ate rae THERE will be a_ practic . = , evening. ver y members q
Sages oe pos ng Sialeet E Barrow DG, Archer 7 ATeher 90 | water Polo match at the Barbad Russian Horse lingered late into the evenin4) Shand, Mar ons, Edward Hood. Rite
after i osing ; two quic yi C. Gaskin ¢ Burke b G. Archer 7 | Aquatic Club this afternoon. Pla; under the flood lights. The | Enid Lewis, pany wae Shoury.
Y.M.P.C. were all out for anc Tl. Harris stpd. wkpr. (McKenzie b . Th A . LONDON. veeostakes als , lay | Bourne, Grace Ty
their small score was due mainl G. Archer o | begins at 5 oclock. Thé team Russi which has claimed sweepstakes also proved popular! winston Roberts Lionel aistke ee
ig ery Pe * IR. Rudder b G. Archer 2 | are: — Seer ee aicd . the tickets selling quickly under) erick 1 laonel Clatke.. Fred
to R. Rudder formerly of G.S.C ciedit for many modern develop- | Lawes, Horace Yard, Gloria Far- s
Soa heal Reset: Sehcleaty Bae WE Pant FE. Downes not out Agee: 1 Team “A”. A. eee. Dil nanth which bive sande ie haves +e oa Res ey, of) Sie sown Fnlltpe, Kenneth Murrell) 7
; Sohne tot aeanaee ee , 4 annister, B anning rac eee ’ s. ar y i 2 nean, ancis Fox,
Bowling on a_ perfect wicke Extras 4 Bannister, B. Manning, J. Grace.! -psolete, claimed a “frst” in re are eal, ISS Pay?) Aiawin Cumberbatch, Wilt R
Rudder succeeded in getting con — |G. Jordan, G. MacLean and F orse-breedfnig’ 460 .40-dis Atwell and Mrs. Lizy Vidmer. | John Donaher, Orviile Cumberbeten’ 10, 11 12 & 13 Broad Street
i hich h rie ae 84 | Mannin j y THE SCORES: John Lyons, Harry Lewis, Selwyn Gill , ,
siderable pace which he varie a Po A Moscow Radio broadcast Florcio wat eae: Bon
on_many oceasions. Team “B” F Foster, B, Patter-|)} ecard in London said that “under| . Piayer_. Giess H'cap Net| pher Kelshall, intbella Chowleone.
C. Greenidge who made 16 wa BOWLING ANALYSIS son, K. Ince, T. Yearwood H |tne Soviet power the largest state arene, O Neal ’ 81 13 9 Ernest Szunyogh, Lena Marshall, Geoff
well beaten and bowled with =|) puke i % & Y| Weatherhead, G. Foster and C |-tud farms in the world have been| i. Vv. Kies” i 0 oO
ball which did not move as muct 1p, Greenidge 2 1 8 0 | Evelyn, established.”—I.N.S. E, J. Petrie ai 4 13 | Ledges. ? Pholyte | as ha 8 ted are o. e 8, Brankes. Soe SB Reserves:— O. Janeen, Re eth urehy 3 # % . Ss
was @ eived when he triec 3 Jordan, E. Johnson and M. Foster I op. & eae 8 17 rom ETIA SE >
3 ‘ G. Arche 7 1 23 7 o e . Egan 5 r
to cover from an inswinger and} Porter ie 6 © | ‘The game which is in prepara- UNDER WATER : R. Reaser 82 4 2 | Gerais” Watt, "Renee aioe ‘7 WISE = ECONOMIL
was (eae out. leg before, [CABLE WIRELESS ist Innings .. 249| in for the forthcoming Trinidad N / B. Cucie-smith 30 = 10s. | Watts, Sally Watts, Josefa Ansela, Maria
Empire in their second inning; Cable & Wireless tnd Innines | tour will be played by the nev 3 MINS, 59 3°5 SECS. |P Wiss 98 17 1 | Ansela, “Marla Garillo,” Rafa -Garilio. USE ”
despite a stubborn stand b:yp matthews c Clarke b Lewis 8 beules K. R, Hunte 91 9 g2 | Qntonie Naso, Gwendoline Graham, Ss
V. Babb and N. Symmonds were], MeKenzie not out 66 : LONDON. | 8. Norris 104 22 83 | Prom GHERABA Ply Mosello. ”
dismissed for 84 runs. G. Archer # Lawless ¢ Foster b Wells wt Josef Limbach 62, a_ polish . Bienen 1 73 Algemeon Frampton. B O W R A N I ] E ‘
bowling at medium pace was th: bigs out : swimming instructor at Holborn] J. «. K. Christie 86 3 83 DEPARTURES . ; ° |
most successful bowler. He too : lenneig pool, claims to have established] & CHeneeee oe 13 84 | vor TRINIDAD, ? BYE A-L. TI iD §
seven wickets for 23 runs after Total (for 2 wkts. decid.) 195 Rebels Launch a world’s record by staying under] , Vidmer oS : M4 | Vernon Pereira, Elsie Pereira, Henry AN -CORROSIVE PAINT 3
bowling seven overs. I. Burke Pickwick 2né@ Innings Pt water for three minutes 592 see- B.A Benjamin 99 14 85 | ones’ GRY Poteene hime eee 5 %
bagged three for 12. Lewis b G, Lawless 20 onds. John Grace 103 14 % | rester, Mernath a x i
At Boarded Hall, Cable ign] Yearwood © Branker bc. Lawiess 0 New Attack Limbach, who effort was offi-|% 5 Atwell 109148 | Gwen tngisn John Colin aE et THE PROVED PROTECTOR OF IRON AND STEEL
Wireless defeated Pickwick by 12°} city Sind. b Cc. Lawless a5 cially timed, performed his feat} K. w, Girling No Card ton, Seino ean Tae aihas Sikes Tes
runs. Pickwick in their first inn-| Head cb C. Lawless 2 Pa . ; without ary breathing apparatus] Doresn Cole ae eta gon. Ernest, Thomas, vid Millar, John GOES FARTHEST ::: LASTS LONGEST |
ings scored 147 an able : "Clarke ¢ sub. : Lawless rom Page 1. during an aquatie exhibition. ' : Abraham, Reginald McArtney John |
Wireless 249 giving them a first] Evelyn, © Croney b Branker 7 | So far 127 wounded men have LEN 8 eee eee: wo tare Dow ng, Evan Field, Dr, Lionel Stuart, One Gallon will cover 800—1,000 sq. ft.
innings lead of 102 runs.| Foster ¢ & b C. Lawless . 9 | been flown from Thatkhe to the ' Ragberteon; ‘ ;
R. Croney who was not Out | Peterkin ¢ Cozler'b C. Lawless... + | safety of Hanoi. Supplied in - - -
laced Cable & Wireless in 2 Bxtens ie A French military spokesman
aeang position by se ie Pr " _'* | said to-day that the new French The W cather PERMANENT GREEN
runs in the second innings an ota’ 177 | northern front now pivoted on the ‘
Cc. McKenzie also “ee te ~~ \town of Dinhap, 30 road miles ‘ee ot. RED, BLACK '
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albied se 195 for two wicses et on TN Ristwurds te French still helo Sun Sets: 5.39 p.m in Tins of Imperial Measure.
and Pickwick in their secon ervices For the frontier highway running ti Moon (Full) October 25
turn scored 177. R. Clarke scored the coast at Tienyen and horth- Lighting: 6.00 -_ hac New Stocks just received
50 and R. Trotter 41. F BOMBAY, Oct. 23 | eastwards along the coast to the High Water: 2.44 a.m_, 2. Ph 4456 ad Agents
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Bowling for Cable ickets The Commonwealth cricket] border port of Moncay. at maine
C. B, Lawless took eight wicket: touring team who had scored 219] Skirting the capital by 25 ur 90 EST KINSON & HAYNES CO., LTD
for 67 runs and R. Branker tw jn their first innings dismissed the| miles it then stretched westwards Rainfalt (Codrington) _ nil. WIL ” .
for 41. eerie XI to-day for 95. to the western French outpost of rane re to Yester-
16 n their second innings the} Phutuo on the Red River valley fon 8: Se ; . \ PS ESCO ECSSSSOSOOOOLE SHEN GOSGIOVSIAGOIOAOGAA +
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E. Evalyn DM Cres dct “-'* 45 |Commonwealth had taken 2 Ser-} on China’s Yunan_ border. , Wind Direction (9 a.m.) E ; 1 , ;
T. Farmer stpd. wkpr. (Lewis b J, yice’s second innings wickets tor| Insurgents hold all. territory 3 wa toe oe oes aon ¥ % :
f vacant J. McBeth ‘ ojo runs. along the 100 mile valley. between| | W i elovity Iniles pe x { ; ¥1% BARBADOS ELECTRIC SUPPLY
i Farmer © & b Daaaaian : a5 —Reuter, the two outposts.—Reuter. | wets eeiee 9 am) 29 $22 | ® DISTRIBUTORS ¥|3 a
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Ri Farmer b. Massiah 4 oe | (3 p.m.) 29.898 $ :
D. Wilkie b Massiah 3 VY PLLC LLLP TLE SLES: <,
R. Farmer ec Proverbs b Lewis 8 } tS \
H. Kirton ec Peirce , Massiah i & i
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a i dence Gre ‘snade yd "|| What’sOn Today FOR BEAUTY AND PROTECTION |
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BOWLING ANALYSIS 2@&Q73 98652 A510 ; , Ride ¢ 4 e ;
o. uM. : ” rE early limit bid is an 963 its Arts and Crafts Exhi- Kt
Mi. ‘Proverbs 7 5 integral feature of Stan- 3 @ AK 84 6 ¢ 8642 » hibitien st Queen's Park. t. ;
J. McBeth . 6 3 3 ; dard Bridge, and the jump #J 86 5. , i , p.m. —Meet ne House of |
G. Lewis ok. oy raise from One to Three in 45 Ae QI2HT3ZOA54 “ peremnty. oe mer ‘
’ Clark : opener’: ; s eee a ‘
Atkinson 4 0 3 1 point. Sere ie ae be good bridgg , wo Haye’ at ‘ioletown Memo- %
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MENTAL HOSPITAL 1st Innings ae The bid is obviously encourag- Suadec-ok Mans ce’ mia Gacik rial Site 4 4 ;
BEART i aceoiinl ana innioes ing) Bat ts pega ae Gel Cnty ing texture, On the first hard 4.45 p.m.—Meeting of Old
E. Quintyne"¢ wkpr. (Jemmott) b 2 penings ee eos ne of Pee et a eis : ac oe TREE Chelan THE PERFECT ENAMEL FINISH ‘
cont ; ie "7 British ing, but they are — joge: and : arian is a0 Pp — s
bell _b MeC ° bine ogers, and moderate trum} i a- As the Manufacturers have decided that re one ,
N furrow a.b wr. aoberte 0 ruled out if opener is compelled support, One No-Trump being a ya ef yg Ra aga FOR INSIDE OR OUTSIDE our Engines can no lorger be delay the Geant has Y
C. Williams not out i to bid seman erery ene thn better bid. As for hands three tion Yard, St. Philip ‘ consequence had to put this Generating Set (900 K-W.) out of %
C: Hope b Skinner 2 his supporting values. Hey have ell’ the irequiresient -_—__ Available in a range % commission and, owing to the reduction of standby Plant now
C, Best ¢ Thornton b McComie * for a non-forcing limit raise to of delightful shades % available as a result, may find it neceasary to shed lead at
MW Bater ort. ih 5 Rome Te eee | : ‘ ~ intervals during the next few months.
iad . if ae ae ot jump aed is ( ee ceneets iver: for po ORIENTAL a: ahead tamale at x
Total if 6 wkts,. dec.) . as ‘orcing, it tends to biting the double raise on these
ee — seal Me MidloN bid. Tt wes amt two dregs. ie. the late, of ee, “Santern Sonate g Our Consumers are asked to co-operate by exercising the
BOWLING ANALYSIS not used once by the American onour strength outside the . J AMES A LYNCH utmost ecev\omy in the use of Electricity, particularly during
Cae Bee, cham team during their 96- trump suit. It is this very weak- GOODS! (Articulos) ? '% the Peak period between 6.30 and 8.30 p.m. until further notice.
c: Seisoer d % 3 if 2 nega a ae against nee in ae une alg CUROIS, JEWELLERY, & CO., LTD., f
GC. Bktnoer yee 88 FG Crockford’s ub players. induce most_ British players to SILKS, (Se Habla Espanol) Abie
more direct mett con- bid Three Spades. The worst 5 e pan g
Ez room : : 3 2 tributed largely to Cais’ aaheors ve can spapeee is that opener ] TH ANL’S x +. aoe
partan ‘irements for tk forcing asses With & Minimum and goes e iw E
A. D. Gittens run ot mre 9 eed so high that daemonder Sop Sewn Sie if Vhs hands j 4 ER binhice’ nS General Manager.
B. Th ton run out 3 ther ° t badly ; ut this usually turns Stee
E. McComie b Knight 3 “ 1 ma ee te out to be an excellent result Pr. Wm. Hry. St. DIAL 3466 is 20th June. 1950.
; x acu ce & b Rock att eh ss « pS circumlocution cine me SPene could pro 1%
S. BBO wees es wes 2 * apdiy rave obfained a better
W. Jemmott c Quintyne b Carter 31 In the latest version of the score if given more elbow room Sno ALE LEELA OAS FEF FSFE
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TUESDAY. OCTOBER 24, 1*5* * BARBADOS ADVOCATE PACE SEVEN CLASSIFIED ADS. TELtFtiONC HOt I.II I. Birv—drti.i,a.d Yntrr*) at i ra.ider.ce. Payne* Bay TM IUIH will aBPvr hi. late residence •MMM at 4 o-.-i.--k foe Paynee 1 Mcthedlat Ckurrn and Owner in ""SjKABVni REEVES iwife. Zl'LElKA. ENID ,da„dht.r. THANKS We .rneerely thai., all Ihoa* .. ..tended ih* hwnl MM r*aUi* and in the death of our betoved mom.. are died OnoMi *m. i.tiJU-'A LUCAS Cecil. Oardon and Lauioi, LUC-I. iBbnsi. Dorolln Luce, .du.igtiir. %  Uamdolvn Be-l and Ruby Pra*ol" iNlecee %  M 'O 5**—in T*ne famll* Of Mr ELECTA GILL. 1*1* oi J Oeflrpr. grateful I > return -he I I Ptn Tumi CAM*. VINCEKT r.nirnni -' H M -, UNDER THE SILVER HAMMER l*T w* will i IV.MR Df loving memory i c BERYL B CLARKE W h W. lo recall. ivad was ukpn Tartl and Hoi. Ckaffte .husband. FOH SALE AUTOMOTIVE Brllloni which tnclii'lt Mi.rru Chair, iwlth rush...ard ornament Table*. Very guud Eacrir loir. Anttmaa: Her birr and upriSR* Chair.. Chfl't Table. China Cabinet %  Whin*!!. Tea Trol-y all in Maboga-iy Pre Radio: Mullard Radio. Ula*. inc 1 * %  i> M BSd Braakl .., fa. (arpet. Conaoleum. Floor Lamp. >h thalra and Rocker*, Twin %  •ed.lradi. Spi ing. and Slumber Vl ""— %  MfcrratPd Pn-a; i>r.-.in Table. Va' "' TatMa all in Mehoffai I'nUled Preaa and 'Cheat of Drawer. White Painted Brdilrid. Spring ana Matirem Canva, C<.l. Kitchen Cabine. Larder Gate-lea Tea Table and Chain • painted Green; G Hrfrlger BttW Good Coal Stove. OI| Stv F urt rTabln Ltd I\T I CAR-One >}, ISM model "o Plantatloni Phone 4S3 CAR—Pom Prrlei-l In H I' a nm mileApply. Harold WeMhar-I head C,o Brvicr Weathntirad Ua. MUM II .S~w Uiu KUchen 1 Soodi Pram. PL.. BRANKKR. TROTMAN A CO. AurUonrrra a 10 9-2 REAL ESTATE CAR—-'IBS Model. I* aowd workine a Apply to Ptank H M 10 SO In LIVESTOCK COW — Graded Ayrahirc lo call U* e*k Phone MM M 10 %  3n COW—On* ID Hatfof ihrea year* old la ood condition, nine month* In calf with Sral calf Apply Mr V. W CUrhe. Ivy Loda*. Ivy Road. M.10M.~3n. hJTTHNS Two Siami rnalai. Apply Mr. B Mo. 1 Qarrlaon 'i ... ELECTRICAL •c Sli.rx WEST INDIA HUM HFINBRY IJMTTXn riARRADOS BJTTHIC SUPP1-Y CORPOR-VTI.-N LTD aO RADIO DISTRlHl'TUiN lUARnAIXrS. l.TTI iPrri erence £ I < JTI BARDADOS CO-OltKA TIVT COTTON PA-TltV l-TD The above aharea will br ae| up M puolic rompatltlon at lite olTtcr of fhundcraHnrd on ITiday nrat the I7th day of October ISM illpm (-ARIUNUTON \ SEALY. I.ucaa SUeai n 10 4ii The proiert* known m 'The Market Place". aUadlna on S.H3 uiuarr fact lt f land at Oranae tirccl. Spe.aht.iown si Pein The above property will b* art up lor *ale by Public Competition ai our Offlce. Jimn Street, on Friday Jlth October. ISM. at 1 p m For Inipectlon. apply to Mr. C> H. P. I ml in. Soclahtntnwn YEARWOOD ft HOYCE. Solicitor.. IB 10M n TAKE NOTICE IIIIMHMtSSs Thai STANDARD IWANIM IN( I*I 'HATED. a rorporaiua or—i .h. v kraa* •tale of D._ buatn*** u MS Mediae York. United State, of Amerv. ha. plied lor the reaulratioo of a bra mark In Part A" of Raauiar in * iiwlum with .11 kind, of food, and I %  -edie.il. of lood. and will be enlili u> laainrr Ihe -.: i *ta IM .1 B,v rartice In d^.,' office of oppoaiuon of auch ieif Rxa-i.U-r In connection -n h all food produrle. tncludiiut milk bolter rhaaae. %  wcotanad condenard milk. iiiinretmad evaporated milk. frra< porated *klmmed milk. condt aweelened ekunmca milk. pow< milk, malted milk, .terllifrd ci rlrrlllird vvaporatad rieam. milk pound, i.klmnni milk fat*> and k cream nod will be tilled to teajlater Ihe aama after nionlh from the Mrd day of Ow mac iinleea ranie peraon .hall In ii rai.Umr lva notice in duplicate %  c at my offlea of opnoaiiion of t rraiatraUon The trademark can Dated application ihl. 2>td day of October IW H WIIJ1AMS. Iteaialrar of Trade Mark. h SO i KETR10iATOR -Coldrpoh Rrfrl-eTj. ___._ £?2 B^k'e;.^rnt 1 ^ ^ M ?..r, PUBLIC \OTH I S MISCELLANEOUS Depl. Co Advocai a to so; "DEl^VkTJJjr* — Soapleaa Shampoo con I am* no aoap or aoda. -ie.ai.eIhe hair and laavaa II amooth and ullky even In hard waiar Sample ilia 15c, ii* Wi dkr KMIQHT8 LTD M 10 SO3n For rlaanUuj jour Sulla. Frock.. II.tCwata etc uee Srrubfj-* Dry Claane. Price It bot Obtainable al KMI.HI Lid. a |fj SO .MI HAND EMBROIDERY Come to Queen* Part Houae and ace the ART9 A CRAFTS Exhibition of Finbroldcrv from Maaaay October la Nataraar Oftebrr U larla.l.e fraea I a*B 1*1 B.m dally AdmlMlon Sd Article* f..i *ai< and Ordara taken N.B On Ocl X>u} from 1 p.m lo 4 p.m. JS10W -4n ,'arlou* MQ.D STESJL • Ire* from I'M to /t. Alao Oi nail* Enquire Auto Tyre Company. Trafalgar Slree' Phone MM 18.10 -t f n -RODICIDE" — Inaecl Powder -H.< P>ia>. Flaa*. House File*. Cockraache*. Ant*: Lace on Pl, Poultry and Don*. %  ret rid of the Pe-t. if you have any KNIGHT-S LTD. M.I0 SO Jn PAR NOTICE T.I..I at FETES l.lill.llli-ii for the Alexant BI lll be ic.eived by the undi d up lo JVedneeday November ApplaraflBn forma and all pi %  r* can be oblalnei'. from Ihe _i ft.ed at Ihe ofBr* durlim Tul %  day* from 10 SO a m lo IM p i NOTICE of Iho Vestry of th Ttiot I'lll I'll %  robe Houae of A n a m BI: Ihl* I.land a Bill to confirm the powei of Ihe VtH.-y lo ncll Ihe propertv rallfd "OlendjlaIn Ihe *ald PariHi of Saint Thoma* which I* now benn*. ' %  lOaO-in llOOi Two hundred Ernply R be aeen at the Roberta' Manulai'tiiiln*; Co Ltd Oovernment HU1 H u %  -, WA1VTED A OIRL for Grocery Department.—Oeo C Ward at Co. SI. Lawrence 1B.10.M.—Tn ORGANIST for Boacobrl Church, b' Ptter. Salary *40 00 per month Apoi; In the Vicar. I**rooel Vlearase. not later Ihan October Slat. M 10 f*>-3n >r our II...'., ft-aaalna Machine, none but tho*e> wit experience need appf Barbadoa D. MISCELLANEOCS JOB WANTED •cad kRaeiosraphar trou vtnclni from lit Nov SlH>rthand apeed 100 Wordi a typlac appro*Inuttely BO word* iile Muat have reply wllhln Ih nay or two. Phone MM or wr A I vert I lament, Co Mr* H Lellh Oueet RoUe* Worlhlna. nVoi Clerk. SI Too %  10 M—an NOTICE AIX ni and PilU Dodd. d lo the idtheaer nl tl \ flTIft 10 SO 5r. Appllcallom for one or more van I John Vestry Bxhlbllton* at the Michael. Olrh' School -ill Irecel by Ihe undenlaned up lo 100 p m Saturday. Mth October. IBM Candidate* muat be th* dauahtrrn Parlihlonera In *lrartmed cireum.tai and muit not be lea* than etcht Oi > %  • nor more than twelve MJl year* of on Ihe 11*1 July. 1M1. to be proved by a Blrlh Certificate which mull Bee pany each application tlon* for i VI m i MM i ITIh November, and llth nber. IBM Girl, of eMfht H and tan 1101 year* of ape will be ned on Friday. ITlh November, and -( len in, and under far ~ of aare will be raamined lath November. 1890 ipV ,r.rll,1l' the nlned i TAKE NOTICE That CIABK AND COMPANY. LIMITED, a Pr'li.h Company, wl trade or biialruraa addrea. I. Am Mill.. Paulo. Claaaow. Scotland Hai applied for the rejl*t-..llo.i of a trade mart In Part "A" of Kcei-w m ci nnectlon with yarn* and thread* m all kind* and will be entitled lo refilter the *una after one month lion Hie Mrd dav ,,l October IfrSO unlra. nmi peraon ahall In the meantime "' ruillca in duplicate lo me •• Brj Berari rt my omce. Dated Ihl. ilrd Ontd October IBB" H WILLIAMS of Trade Mark* TAKE NOTICE GLORIA Thai GENERAL MILK SAI-FlV INC a !" rp.>illo. of the *L.te of Delaware I %  :,!.-, M..t. All....' %  trade or i-i"- addreaa I* II Hecloi Street. New York. State of New V %  < %  Lulled MMM of America haa a*>. piled for the re*jlatraiWm of a trade marl In Part "A" of RefjUter In coitmu.." With all food pl'iducla. Includliuf milk butter, cheeee. aweelened condan^o milk, unaweaie.iad evaporated -ullk evaporated iklmmed milk. condene*i milk, malted mi.k. ilerlllred crean %  lerlllied evaporated cream, milk BSfl inundu iiklmmed milk and vaCetabl fat*, and Me cream and will be e. tilled to refute* Ihe same aflat tWI nionlh fro.n IBS Mrd day of Ociobi IfaM uiileaa *ome peraon ahall In ui mrartlmr r>ve notice In duplicate I ma at my offlea of oppoMikin of PUC rraidratlon TlIrade mark can r. wen on application al mv oRko DaUal thl. Ilrd day nf Oriobar 196. H WILUAMh. HeBl.ln.r of Tr..L M.,-J* Mt M M TAKE NOTICE FAVORITA Thai GD.-ERAL MILK HAIi-S a corporation of Ihe Stairof J ware, United Mateof Aw irads TAKE NOTICE CAT %NI> MM |.n .> he Mate of New York. United WaVaB Of America whoee trade or bu ksrsM i %  Eaaj |fj -. ,,, %  I Anwrkra haa applied far Ihe re,!* l-.rt A of Redl.te* EM Al-d j,. i~ nil II led %  %  Ml BBS in duplu.tr i,, me Jt i.ifVe of oppoalllon of *uch r*ra*tiai The tradmark can be aeen on appn Dated Ihi. fflrd da. of October ISM It WIIJ.LVMf. ..( Tr-te Mark. MOM ill TAKE NOTICE I P COATS UMtTI D %  Mae '..do or %  < • lay. uuapew. Smtland n appiian "i the res>*l M Reffldar In coimeclien • ..nd thread, of all kindami will be entitled lo rrcter IM i after one month from ih Mrd nav of October IBM iSktaaa %  ome peraon ahall in the meantime *3ve notice IT P>l|lllf*| orli.-e Sf I'PPO-Hion of ru|-h registration I'M trade mark ran be aeen on appiicaiHtn Dated m. Mrd day of October l H WllWttW It.ti-'.ru .-I Ti BH M. k. H1R-4 TAKE NOTICE Hholly >.r tnauvl. of radon and arltclaw mode piece IKVU. in.i. furwj • %  %  i,pn.haa. GOVERNMENT NOTICE BOARD OP INDUSTRIAL TRAINING APPLICATIONS foi Trstle Apprenticeship Bur*anei in rnpect of uws calendar year 1M1 will be received up to 15th November. 1D50. ai the Public Works Department. 2. Application* must be made on the prescribed form, copies of which may be obtained on application lo **M Public Works Department. 3. It is expected that the examination nf ,.uuho.it. for thttse bursartps will take place some .lay duilnit Ihe !irt week in 1*. ember 4. A notiflcation of thr date of Ihr examination will be sent '.o those applicants (who satisfy Ihe requisite condition* of Bfja, character and Education) at the address given on the Application Form (Sgd ) H G. WEEKES. Secretary, Board of Industrial Training, 21.10 50— Jn C/o Public Works Department SHIPPING NOTICES ROYAL NETHERLANDS STEAMSHIP CO. BAH IM, rStlM 'ir A \vi-iini)AM m %  -DElJrTITlh ll.t Ociabar A Veaael Bu. 0.-lober 1*1 November %  All ISO riflM tSITIIBtB • DOVIS in %  'OBANJESTAD ]*th Navrm *..I1INU IO IHMBIB FABAMARIfUt UIOIultOBM. IIFJU'ILIA' Mth OcUibel . "COTTK-AWh October -a.il IM. in iklMiiMt IMI "Mil M>" CITT m %  IIS"\ Mln oclntoer SAILING TO MABSIRA. Fl VdOI'TH, ANTWIir 'S* ><~llit* 'llIANJEJ.TADStth OrlArr a P. atlaauN. *os a .*j up Moneka" will nd Paaiiagir* for Don learrat Wovia %  ina Friday -i i, %  .. Lucia, l s r" i,** Date ....Mil M V Anliaua. i Km yaa OFFICIAL NOTICE 1 iwiajxm IN THE COURT or CHANCERY IN PURSUANCE of ihe Chancery Ac). IBM, 1 do hereby give notice lo .Ulmina any ealale. rlpht of intercel or any lien or incumbrance in ir ..rtertina Ihe properly hrremafiei M.-mloned like propert. ..f the Defendant' lo buna before me an account of their claim* wuh their witneeaea. J0r*aaPti Brut vuuehera to be elamlned by me on any Tueaday or Friday between the houn of 11 noon and S o'clock In the afternoon at the Reai.uation Office. Public Bu.ldins.. Uri.laelown before the 1th day of November. ISM In order thai lurri riaim* may ba i-r-irtad u n and ranked arcordirul In the nature and priority thereof repecttvelv. let! perw.n* will be pre-lude-t from the beneflU of any deciee and be deprived of all claim* of* or ase'rut the aaiS properly rial-IIP CYRII BRUCE BROOKS Defeadaal: ELEANOR PARK BAKER %  •MtirrSTT ALI. THAT certain piece or parcel of land illuale al Pinfold Siren in the City of Bridgetown in Ihi. I.land ronUmina by edmeaiuremem I Two thuuiand one hundred and fourteen -Quire feel or thereabout. .nd houndina on land* of T E Went on land, of Mr* E. O DcRoyi on land, of Hor-. Savoury on land* of Mr Coaler on land. | of Violet L Barlow and on Pinfold Street atoreiald or however elar IM *ame may bull and bound Toeelhe. wlib Ihe meaauaa* or dwell Infl lou>r I her eon called 'Kenworlh" and all olher build ma* and faPM both freehold and chattel thereon erected br lone .rut to Ihe defendant 1 It HI...1 lBlh Auauat. IfaM II WILLIAMS. Hated Ihe th SaptemM*. ISM fteoUlrai-lnChai U/feq SbuxmAhip fa V SJUNIK OSIIANS BIB. I *rr. B-Saa llth in MS** TUBS avsvii a li.fc.lf. %  %  I to ir. %  from Ihr 13rd lea n office The DMH mark ran be WoPU .i. a*MM Mid .l.s %  I Trada Marks H MI .In TAKE NOTICE '•7V':-ifif/'" That DOMINION TEXTILE COMPARTY I.IMITKD. a corraaaUon of ll Dominion ol Canada, whoaa trade r| ouatnew, addrro* la 110. Victoria Squair. Montreal. Canada hai applied (or in. leaoiidlirm j| a trade A ..I He*,,,.., ,-, all teatlle ( will be .t.ip.i i> offlre ol nppo.ltiei ton The trade m application at i Mrd dav of October if* 1 H WIUJAM". He.i,t. n of Trade Mart,* Nf.N-l I.OKI A FOIMI LOST %  WMJM1IAKE TH'Kirr *.TI and JT3B I %  fpa i i %  %  PERSONAL The public are herebr warned aaai aivnua credit lo mv wife MUJ'H ..II vNDlSON inee Ni.hoii. hold naptSfl ^tHmafhle for ho. .. nne elae eoi.l.artine any debt or %  loileee by a written lAVAIUAN SERVICE kOITHBOINU Name of Ship Bail* Montreal %  alia llalife*. Arrtvaa lurbadea S S 'ALCOA PtOfil 1 S S 'AlCOA PARTNER' October 1th October JHh October 10th October Mth QSMbM 3"th S'ORTBSOCND H "AlaVOA I'ARTNER' ArllvO* Ba.badr.1 October lOlti For W JOHN. River Port* lor Si Lawm for SI. l.-re St. La*rrttra S S "ALCOA PEOASUSR S -ALCOA POIARISOctober 11.1 OcioMr slit •a ri\er Port. *e River Port. Theae veeael. have llatiled pa*arner. .r* mnodallon Apply DA COSTA A HOBERT TIIOM LTD. CO. LTD Canadian Service -New York and Gulf Service. SAGUENAY TERMINALS SOUTHBOUND SAILINGS Prom Montreal, St. John. N.B., Hnli(;ix. N.S. To Barbados, Trinidad, Demcrara, B.G. MAIL NOTICES V;AILS tor II Tapli will be cloarei a IM Part %  and Raaiileied Mall* ai | %  Ordln n Mat! al B 00 a m D IBM MAH s tri i-mn.Ki r-i u. %  ayn y Ihe S.s Coiomble will be Mpd Ihe >• ,,.H ,,i .. MMSS M-i. ,i,.i <) %  fail at lo 00 n m on In. ;.M. NcYork, York. United SUfa. of Anuwlca piled for Ihe r**rl*traUon of marl. In Part "A* of Rarflaler nerllon with all food product!, i.udinrf milk, buib-r. chee**. ewewlen tr..le inmllk. ratm i porated milk, milk, condeni II ilk. powdered milk, mailed miltan lived cream. Merillied pvaporaled erranr* milk compouiul. tihltnrned milk and vcakftable fain and tap cream and will be entitled to rastiter Ih* aame %  ffer one month from the Mrd day of Orlober IBM unlaw. me pernm thai I In the meantime Blve notice In duplicate to me at my office or opposition ol *uch te let ration tht trade nu.rk can be area, on .ppliraDated thl. -Jrd day of Ociobae IPBO H WII.I4AMS. HclUrtrar of Trade Marka M ID SB—In mini of IM i I my r SMJH r office for .ipplica r day* and Mass. n 8 PRASES, Clerk to IM V**Iry. St John SMO.M—5n BOXES All Bos*, other th apply Advocate kind* of Card in corrusaied %  ..: %  Dept M 10 SOCOMMUNICATION Wllh raUfe. Would any of the Atwell family Horbado* plea** com m un leal e wit their brother. Lionel, at %  Weat. 471 New York. It, New ir I II 10. SOONE TACTTUS AOmt'OU TRANSLATION Tel Book By %  SleeananOf po**ibir< I r -ate with Orinnurn c 'o The P -rea*unSt Michael No MM. NOTICE PARISH OF HT i t r, I' 'ppltcaUona are invited fifflce of Parochial Meoie.l I be reaiatared Modi month plui Cllruc take plat ptkMMa cal f Salarv i* laao n> pe MB 00 for Ihe V D 1 The appointment w from Mlh March IM 3 AppllcaUona alallnf ape and <|ual ncatlon* ate. muat M forward. lo the undrrilened by Ja :Slh 1B9I 4 For further parllcular* apply Ihe undaruaned al the office d nnp — Tueaday. from 10 00 nm to ? I.K1UOR LICENSE NOTICK The application of Carly-ie Atwell holder of Liquor Ucenae No 3!S ol IfM. granted M ft.lvl* l*yne In re%  peel of a board a*u) ihingle anop attached lo re.lde.-e al Or-wlleld (lap Sf Michael, for prrmlailon lo u*e -an Liquor Ucen*e Ac al a board and ahlngie *hop al Oovemmont Hill. M.-l H I day October 1*9" Dated tr.ii I'D F A MCLEOP, raaq Pohr-e Magl.tr.'e. Di-l "A" Signed OHCAJl IIIIJ f.r Applu-al.l N B -Thl* application will le < %  o'Kred at a LfcanBUiat Court In be H it Police Court. Dtetrlct "A". rueedav. Ihe 31*1 day of October l it II g'cloek. a r TT.urwta' | rvB M—3. Poeiage STAMPS — f want uaa si*mp* Will pay prompt ci famp* If you wuh. rn atteated lo Ihe iindeMISMd. In eare of Meeara Hutehln—. and Banfleld Soil, i|or %  Jamei Street. Rridgrlown on .* before Ihe llth day of November ISM after which data %  ahall procei to distribute the aa*et of Ul* e*la among the peril** en tilled there lo having regard lo the delit. a I rlaim* on> ol which I .hall then Mvc had notice and Uial I *hall not be liable for *.•*'• gp dlatrlbuled to any person of whoer debt* or claim I .hall not have had notice al the lime of aueh dutrlbullon And all peraon* Indebted to the •aid ea'ale are .equeiled to aettle llieir account, without delay Dated thr. 41h day of Oclober 1*00 IJLY JAWAHIR. q-i.lif.ed Admlnurlrairl* of the Eat*'* of Oacdon Springer d*ce*ead^ ^ NOTICE IS lir.ltEIIY GIVEN that 11 i* tl,nllon of IM Veatry of the parh*' St IAICJ In thl. I.land to ranbe Introduced inlo IM L*gl*lBiure Ihl. Island a BUI nl Lure** fSftad IS4B i !•-< aulhoriami IM Veafr*. >' "*' rriall thlrak SI to di ti u*e Ihemoney* raited under Ihe provision* nf the said Act ktl remodel l.ng and making enlenaive iep.nr. t ttia preaenl Rectory of Ih* said pan.:. p.led Mrd October. IB*) lARRlNOTON A SF-ALY Splk'ilors for the Vest. nf Ihe parUh of Saw Island Ajr/Rj Maw A handv llllle 2 Burner Fnamrllfd GAS HOTPLATE ,'.','.-,-,'.'.'*e'.V*e-. UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OE THE WEST INDIES Extru-Murul DcpurlnuMil A Course of IA'CIUIPS on SUHP \V|)ITIS 0. Barbadian llistory BY H. A. VAUGHAN AT ; Till: BRITISH i OUW "IWiikoh-'UI. v Beginninii Friday, Octo< g ber 27th, at 8.15 p.m. 5 Fee for Couro :. Members of Exl Association Sinjrlc lectures -**-*WVe*--*'e*e-e'e', .luiit's Land. Hl.iek Rock. St Mi. i %  21it Ortol>.r DEAR FRIENDS II PAI*<> You must have lir*. | Lowe's I -' plftrlv rlrstroved by fire on TuesrUy, 17th Oclober, 150. I rfRrt't that '.he loss ineiasTM m e afrt hln i -'"I equipment is fur I capacity to pay. and 1 Mr. rraw Brmpfaih) I ahall be rrrturninn business as soon as l.e f rhlnerv which Is tnrti N damased can be repaired. v and at present I am working K at the above address. Your* respectfully. RALPH C, | ECKSTEIN BROTHERS X //.VAW.V WATCH THIS SPACE STARTING FRIDAY, OCTOBER 27TH 4 WEEKS OK STARTLING AND UNBELIEVABLE REDUCTIONS THANI BROS. Princp Wm. Ilenr> SI Dill .WAWW//AWAMWW/,W, /.WWA.WAWWVW///IW:





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PAf.l I I.I 8 BARBADOS \DV-gomt to be • busy The Kins tB*n th* nr Chambrn-li*>.Jfcy ol il u*<. for the ttectad rrprrsi.U'.ivf* Wr af Uv How of (oin Ihiv uf the people A* a nutter of fact. rek U%E v l is SOWS W be a fairly bui) flay in well for the noii-elected memben Of the Upper House, who rule by caprice of buna or favour of Government; 11 might be *ad that the boxAn for aCPs wiU optn t S ajn. Al thai hour we can book our Mats by placing a card in the lolder which marks each place in :he new Chamber Tbia u an improvement oo the. .Id system whereby, on a freai jccaaloa. we merely left s> card on he bench, which occasionally reulted in mere being more uckettolden than apace At 9 SO we must be in our place* JU-.ough the Speaker) pro> taaiou ariU not arnre until 10 10 If. aa t seem.-, we are to *H ttoere for .0 minute* with nothing to do but valt, there will be some unre•arstd at ea rn as well a* some ce exchange* of badinage M r With gre*ii-grry seat* and a ba bee^i were already, gree. >el.owtal-. y^Jf" '" hl ""n "Uinsroui elected HI \l r.l I BAXTEK been preview the tatiM But that H one of the craanu of .elonatng to the House of Cororvons Tfeere . always a fifth . m prankery beneath tne weight f political procedure On this occasion uuviami the I ; /note aflauwill be ageaerttuag in | Ae nature of a pre-v >ew and snee we must wait for Mr. < speaker I nigfei that we take t i look at out new home the MIM-KIM• May 11. 1M1—Old (ktaaaber sVstn-* ed Is : %  ss. hf raas S) May II. 1*> r.carlng •T lw bega-i g) May 14 1*4*— FeexJatteat at*a Hi to be uarst. going to look more j they really are. The women members will bvpartlcuUrftjr -i:*;\i to this unpleasant from In Bae| *hen some of our chap* come back from a Cuildhsll banquet with rosy cheeks and gleaming eyes lhe will look perfectly normal Most of the real of us wiU seem to have bee: loaned for the occasion by Madame Tuaaaud Thu however, is not a great matter Thre is no law by which the yellow u ghU are to remain unalterable and since we are not a company vt acton expected to paaaee the zallery. it matters little a*w we loo* But will our reaolutaon and our wit decline in thidevitaliaed settingIn the theatre there u a hoary M saying H wtftl a* all nM a* Use aegfc*Perh.ps when the rallsnea ant flUad, thus obseurm* nta-h of tbe woodwork and aeata and when Churchill's personaht* illumines the scene and Mr Atde, pots his ten up for the on the table, the mere power ol ... perMatauxy may change the whole Let us hope so Bui inmpii i anil *• m ee arn : I am more hoprfi and S gf the m There has alread> born con-_^ .__ „ aaderaUe eaatreeeny about the 111 %  Pell ill Arrli I The arst impi laaiiia wUl be that r-hM,!,,, |gj eapen cmUad a ne Cis s snh a r aaeaw svareaaj __^ ^^ j f --,, ,-i rt^-. Another .tern coat is bound to mall after incur awoahip* House ta bmsnd io he oaare nailiniaili %  • dssrussjoo u the choice of .•here we have sat for nearly 19 ^jT"^ ^ ^^^^ " three staUies that have been **" The ftrst xaaareaxean at thai of a " "* pedestals in the It Qu-i* nsfct mart there £*££ Sinor" I SMB* set ssm bsea* lobby nould not be a aeat for ewery MF. ^^4^^Sb^U M ike T ** r • * "**• havuig beer jr as Mr. CkurcsuU poantad out. JJSoJ cSatog^u^ber that osst **• ' "ene yewr* The ou can only capture tsae atmoa_ ^_ iM ltm i to mt m Holtanl stSAasssstsi who have been thu. here of a great uu ssiosi if steanBelgaunv Tow could sever era are standing in a crowd at % % %  —--%  — of lll—lllll ks aB-rftbe Hou Another tofZxiJ^I+m^^irS m •ease ihate* a aorsnavl da, the w^^w^asr own lissaailll wUl >*< * wjll question the choice louse seldom more than beat ^ ^ latr JZ eaTso wtoi a mute of Cxuaasberlajn that rmgt .:. ull and we do not need, or warn ptoB of Bsapire. but some of us wil j advertise a vast unpopulated SxW*Uattwl axetetsst r u in t : -> a George shoul< I rea ^ laav the piSarlll allotted t. 1 The Chamber of the Lairds was i n the mi ill for p ro gr t w s I unAaojuitn Lut the choice of Sn large that t was aaxaost ssadentand lhawwe are to have the "'Ham Harcuurt is *ui. possible not to speak s*s if you same te mp er a ture and the same odd. 1 can only account for it by were making a public address We lighting throughout the day and assuming lha* the Socialist: <\o not like that In our dignity— night wnnied to ,y i oeot of gratitude r if you like, our vanity— we Again. I am not certain that b> the Char, ellor of the Excheuue. .egard ourselves u a board of this will meet with unrestrained who first ntroduced graduateo directors, not a body of shareenthusiasm. death dut;.snd who. in 1892 holders The even temperature is probsaid **> are all f i srlsJasos new. The intimacy uf the new House ably a good idea and in these However there is the Churchi! should curb the platform eiooays of small majorities It u arch through which we shall pa< quence to which we were subprobably a good thing to p res e rve each day to the Chamber, mad ected in the other place. the health of ti.r members But of stones recovered from tlv Nevertheless, the new House if we shall miss'the sun that used wreckage ^f the old Howe < 'ommons seems loo compact at to shine through the windows on Commons. That U both just an. uny rate on first acquaintance us. just aa we shall mass the eximaginative Nor can w> be an> The pageantry of the SerjeanthilaMlon if the lights coming on thing but proud of the fact tha t-Arms arriving from the Lordsyfasal the aftemoor had subsided the Speaker\ chair and the clerk o invite us to hear the Royal to a misty decline table, as wU as other fixtures ar Assent to a collection of Bills will Ai-.t'ier effect of the skylight gifts from the Dominions. be reduced to that gentleman roof Is to give a top heavy effect The Mother of Parliaments live. .imt dropping In. There simply is to the Chamber In fact, with the on even If she will need nwn not room for his stalely paces of public gallery sweeping upwards than a touch of rouge in l>er DSD old. to a lofty level (the ueople will setting And after the (gold and rei be able to see everything now) iWerld fapyrtgbl Reserved) colouring of the Lords' Chamber and the tights gleaming In the —L.E 8. On The Xever-^Jever The Sale f . vm hln l ust badly hit They canha> become ,lma> jmethin of no . money themselves fror> a capital aac< People who can tne •' %  nki or the finance house atlll afford to pay £20 or ao for The jteneral monaser of one of MtSTt'^h^ %  > ,,mo look !" 'hat way"J"? nnnc IXHiaea rornmented H~ST^ir. *JOZl The real vlct,mof th. n.• ^ "r" %  ** Treuurv-, home than money uona Iwlu h rf n>bn u ^ g,„ u c „., blame u. fo. thnfty woman who haa always **nclinf .. U r money to the bithated to owe anything oraranlsations It meant leas rialShe may have been saving net and '•. cost than If we sprea' .ri'ii~S money for rtm so that she could "' around la. > lot of small firms of the Add up the explanations of the men who sell and the famine* who buy. and this Is the answer"More people have cot the idea now that it goods in the In the bank." The reason is simpleThe £ that bought 20 shillings' v.orti of goods In IMS nowbuys ceil) IS shillings' worth depreciating In value with age. fa -vashini. Their Eiraar Amons the 1.9&S people wh> interest—have never quite caught have t"w bankrupt during th"TZ **** .IT ^T". „..., !M .. lT up with the rising price of the fimt ninmonths of this yra< f T^i,rT J !" ^tTTkl washing machine there is the recurring excuse furnishing, stores, motor show,. „._ llW hftv „ he-n H Hnht i' T ?Z? ^i 0 "' '^SSSiSJ'iSf Meenwhile Mrs Smith, her Tc^W l.Ie colK^ted^rnonel %  hops will sign i.OOO.OOO hirenerl d0 or neiirhbour. who never ow nI • %  seems to be able to save a penny. Evrrv day more customers six have %  washing machine i ured ftom im ,n gttoea to big years ago on the ,-tore* by -pasy terms" and — ZSJ2!r5£r£Z"£. "" B -" h ' %  will iim 4.0OO.O00 hlr ourchaae agreements this compared with barely 2.000.00C in 1MI listen to Mr KEll DISCONTENT H> kinsh.ir> SHMII. PAH IS. Ru-sia and some of h*r ^itelhte states are reported to be havinK rvrrwed trxubliwith discontented elements if their subject peoples. Western diplomatic advices and underground intelligence reports reaching Paris stfl ol rumoured trouble in the Ukraine as well as in Czechoslovakia and Romania. Nothing in the natun<1 MSJ upris:ng> has been reported, and the incidents appear 10 be on an isolated scale which would not seem to involve any serious threat to Soviet or satellite control of the areas concerned Nevertheless, the reported incidents, if true, indicate increasingly bold resistance to Communist domination behind the Iron Curtain. According to one unconfirmed report revived in Paris, the Communist Government f Czechoslovakia has requested Russia to end a Soviet division from Hungary to 'Bratislava. Thu reported decision to ask for Soviet telp is said to have been taken as a result •f the continuation of widespread nuts and abotage in Slovakia, where the Communists ;ia\e experienced trouble ever since they -eized control of Czechoslovakia in the Spring of 1948 It is assumed in diplomatic circles in Paris that if the Czech Communist leaders actually ..ave asked for such help, they probably •dink the psychological effect of the mere presence of a Russian division in Bratislava would serve to quell the rebellious spirit of the people. One of the reasons for the spirit of resislnce in Slovakia is said to be the presence there of numerous anti-Soviet Ukrainians vho fled from Russia and have formed outiw bands. Otbjer reports reaching Paris state that renewed resistance to the Communist regime m the Ukraine led recently to the arrest of ibout 2.000 persons in the Kiev area. Most of these people are said to have been .ccused of sabotage in connection with agricultural and industrial production. Crop deliveries are reportedly below .the nuolas demanded by the government, while metallurgical products are said to have been /ound defective in many instances. According to the reports reaching Pans, a special detachment of the MVD. Soviet %  Secret Police, under command of a Colonel Maroutine. was sent to Kiev from Moscow to conduct ai: investigation. This Colonel is said to have reported back EO UOSOOV that the trouble was due chiefly to the secret arrival in the Ukraine this -ummer of Ukrainian Nationalists who were released from war prisoner camps in Western Germany. The latter apparently were among those Ukrainians who fought with the German armies during the last war. From underground sources in Romania have come reports that the Communist Government has recently doubled militia forces %  n the rural areas of the country as a result f peasant resistance. nation in the mountain regions is .said to have become serious for th* 'tnitnutiist regime. Resistance bands are re ported to have grown steadily in size, and u IN supplied with food by the peasants who are bitterly opposed to collectivation and the crop quotas demanded by the government. D.V.SCOTT TO-DAVS SPECIALS ft CO.. LTD. at the COLONNADE I'su.lly Now | hallcnije Pe^Tins Highmore Guava Jelly uda> %  -57 44 HOUSEHOLD CLEANSERS and POLISHES tta she owns xhe old vandals of predeys are being forgotten Tin — • SJSBT .. | i Hire Purchase Act of 1938 pro Me St WSSrriarSa lects the 1B50 customer A housewife no lonenr has tr %  tea hpT precious Uixes*cssc< hipped away from her annot pay the ln*t of the Hire Purchase Trade Aso^, lation: "More business is coming from the professional class, the black-cost workers,." he says. "They used to look down on hirewhat do the National Savings purchase before the war. Bui peo P | e Bt about this fast-growtheir salaries have not kept up inj %  jifa. 1J l .| ll k" philosophy that ttoca „ with living costs They must turn .*,„,,, ,„ .hieaten their own wn __ „„„ .„,,.„ %  n -| n ZtSrXS'iSi*'"' %  ^ thrill c.mp.ln' \£&jn' %  Vo P 1 *" nI S?" more than IlOO-worth. Thr Acl nishcrs -Nearly arvm out n( ten ^..dthrllt or Irresponaiblo They 1u „hase demands are dead." !" Z .?£,. ,. "d .h P .,"wT„; •" 'he m.H snopkeaperi Th, v reekon that one over IS! month. Mow they want Tu hand|f JJJg turnover ol scandals would quickly enoouram two yearsr|uu B w eek from customers who M.Ps to demand that the £100 Sllils Tdftdk lke his goods on hire-pu-chaae limit be raised to tSOQ a small trader mult have £2,500 That seem* reasonable— with M While women „re busy with l>ehlnd him. many goods taftty coating nv, their weekly pajmenta on vaHe needs It to keep going and times their 1938 p ice And s, cuum cleaners and electric Irons repleniah storks for nearly 15 many more non-raah rustomerthe men are handing over monthly months before the customers can taking an Interest In the (aw* o' Instalments for suits pay back aa much as he has palu Never.Never Land Profits for one nalicm-wldc firm out. —l.ES %  __ —t-Jo. w ment was unable or unwilling to 'he Pafroleum Acl had never WillaTiraiarrs mtj Bve what my Company considered been ronc,hed let alone paajed. \„/..„,( n*.. >" be the necessary safeguard, and Ai will be seen from the fore. Kilunil f.ei H wai because of thi. failure lhat *""!* %  "•? Government had put Tkf Editor. The AdTOcate. negotiation, for i, long term Leaae l if" '. luch %  P"""on with the SIB.—In view of atatementa broke down This inability or una'f ', J"d 1. al such variance with I i n.-n the sole right to sell Company ""* facts, that I challenge Mi Gas within the radius of 5) miles Adam, to produce any evident of their existing pipe line. It Is The report published In the In support of his allcr.ilion that il such a proposition was Advocalr of Wednesday 18th Oc> my Company at any tin made to the Government a. a ba.ii lober. of Ihe debate In the House brought up the question of Nationfor negotiations, but what actually of Assembly on the abovemenallsali, r. happened was that when my tloned BUI. has Mr Adams as Yours truly. Company sought reasonable prosaying, quote, "the Government E. G. MAC1NTYHI' lection for the reservoir of the wa* prepared to put the B.U.O.C. M a n age, and Attorney Natural Gas Welli, tit* GovernIn the same position as It had bean B U.O.C. Ltd ALUMINUM CLEANER HANH SOAP WHISTLE MENZ RED TILL POLISH FURNITURE t'REAM WINDOW CLEANER CARPET l BUG CLEANER LAVATORY CLEANEI: 11ARPIC Small and Large VIM — Small and Large CHEM1CO HIAM.lt (for Paint) SUGAR SOAP Ifor Paint! at WILKINSON & HAVNES CO., LTD, Successors To C. S. PITCHER & CO. PHONES 447? & 4687 NOW Jf WITH IVII K\\lh\U PAINTS and get QUALITY with ECONOMY A PAINT FOR EACH JOK A JOB WELL DONE BV EACH PAINT. SEE US AND BE INTERNATIONAL r'HrnSTA & iO.. I.TII-AGENTS VAVAVA'rt'AV^A'///AV// V'/'.'V^'.'****^*********'^*'' It is such reports as the aforementioned which tend to strengthen the conviction of western diplomatic officials that Russia would be compelled to station strong occupation armies in nearly all the satellite countries if the Soviet Union became involved in a major war with the West. Persistent reports that the overwhelming majority of the people in the satellite state., remain opposed, even though passively al present, lo Soviet domination also contributes to the western diplomatic belief thai Russia will not risk war with the western powers in the near future. —Uta Russia Said "Yes" VIENNA THK hlaUttni f.rially said "yea" and all Vienna is in smiles to-day. Not to a State Treaty. Not to the end of censorship. Not to the easing of occupation costs. More important than all three: The Soviets are allowing the shipment ol a new bell for St. Stephen's Cathedral u pass from the American Zone of AAttril through the Russian Zone to Vienna via the Danube River. Th. enormous bell is a gift from the people f Upper Austria. It will be carried on the steamei Ihe first Austrian shipn.< \he war on the Red-controlled Danube. —I.N.S. OF SPECIAL INTEREST TO UPHOLSTERERS VIIKa\ O.M.Y Tin: HOT l.\ II AIIII I. 4 I.OTII Uli I no Ask for — "ARLIiNGHlDE LEATHER CLOTH" AN EXTRA HEAVY AND in ii MI. i: i %  vi inn i i in ii EOH III S M VIS AMI I AHS Your Inspection Invited &f I)ATOM A & CO., LTD. DRY GOODS DEPT. K X tr S|t^Mf| FOH YOU AND r Oil BArY %* &f \>tl.-s Llvrr Baby Food* S-sllf A|ipl Sur4> Ponds Nrallr* lirrr Foodi Nrt.Ur. VrsrUhlrs Foods /##*## Freshly Roasted and Ground 4 I KM (MIS Q|MN Whlskrj tLaudrr's Roval 1'iMin llishUnrt Ijnrrn lulili. Oranir Curaco Tuhors Brrr Oulnnnta Sloul I III \l> and I1IU\I Ml Kr.ii WiikMi I'ulTfd Wl.r.il ouil. i OaU. Nlirrdtlrd Wli-.il < .i .! % % %  Nuts JAR I %  •< %  .!.I and Cakr Ml VT llepl. Part Siu*atr*—rreah Itaily Sltthll) fornfd Brrf Ox Tall*. Hi in Sr-l Rrrada %  hoaldsta of Umh Mart su-ah \ ii i !' %  •— Oraiutea — Grape FraU Calves IJvrr-Mtnred Steak PHONE '.ODlftAHDS



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* PACE EIGHT BARBADOS ADVOCATE TUESDAY. OCTOBER 14. 1M R. Croney Scores 103 For Cable & Wireless 4 Victories Registered WANDEMXS. Mental Hospital. V M PC and Cable and 1 .u' • v SparUi Empire and Pickwick respectively on S the li Fifth StrSa ol Intern* ,...< %  iWlreana 11 Croney acored 103 noi oul in the accond innings, against Pickwick 1 M scored in 64 minutes. i Wande en knorKing up %  gooil score of 316 on the first day if. their first inning* io srhica Wind : lied with 103 won rktll ip mnc .in.) a? rutu whe-i i tided. Windward In their s'vond tur.i ..I the wicket scored |M K D mnl topseoring with 37 E. Evt lvn the Windward openin : batsman played carefully ami id nil and until he wav beaten a'l over and bow ltd % %  ..ike for a. J. MussL.li the Wanderer nitdium pace bowler worried thr Windward batsmen veo' much and he ended up by Inking fotir % % %  n rum after bowling 14 overs. At Black rUxk. Mental Huspll; 1 won by 131 runs over Sparti Mental Hospital in their first innings reared 254 to whir! Spartan replied with 114 atari In their second Inning' I a) 124 for the lots of si* wrldnu An attractive S3 ba R, ('(use helped to put Menta. in a good position and Minn Mumps -c'f drawn SparInn in theii second innings werdlsmissed for 137 run* Howling for MenUl Ihispit.i R. Rock and B Carter each tool, three of Spartan second inning.WUUtt Continuing their second Inning' after losing two quick wi-k.-t Y.M.PC. were all out for 2 am iheiMnall seore was due mainl; fo R. Rudder formerly of OSX who took four wickets for 22 run: Bowling on a perfeet wirke Rudder succeeded In getting con •dderable pare which he varie C. Grceuidgtwho made l w well beaten and bowled with ball which did not move as mucl a he enacted and Ci Arehe* was also eeceived when he trie-lo cover from an tnswlnger an i was given out leg before Empire in their sevuncl innliu despite a stubborn stand b V Babb and N. Symmonds war-' dismissed for 84 runs C. Archai bowHng at medium pace was in most successful howler He too< seven wickets for 23 UM aftf bowling seven overs 1 Burke nagged three for 13 At Boarded Hall. Cable I Wireless defeated Pickwick by 12 I runs Pickwick in their lirit innings scored 147 and Cable i* Wireless 249 giving them a first IniTlMl lead of 102 run* R. Croney who we not ou. placed Cable Wireless i strong position by hitting runs In the second Innings C MeK+eniie also was not out with fl CaWe Re Wlretesrierlared at 195 for two wicket and Pickwick In their socon turn scored 177 R Clarke score'! 50 and R Trotter 41 Bowling for Cable Circles C B, Lawless took eight wicketfor 67 runs and R Branker two for 41. ..:.! %  .%  I-'. HUM *.!.J 111 £ gvalyn b M Clarke F S-.Ulb. b J MraVll. T rarmai xlf* %  •' %  **' M.Halh U. hinoi b J M h Mil ... ANA. .. '' % %  wnaa %  103 Maw IH. /ai K Durant i . r.rm L .... D w,, b Ms Naa H Farmer c Proverb* b i*i II KtriaM e rtirca k Vatsla* N Thy imni noi ti c Hoyoa b I Mnikt %  ".., I, I Buikr (1 Cuflla* t Hovf.. t. I Utirkr V Kabb e S> b O Archar N Svrnit-m*. ( nianker b G Aith* i I w b G Ai.hr. C <:-.*•. • Rorka h O A.rt I Harm tpd Wlrpr M'K"i-ir, A (.her R M>iddr b U Arcbar r 'V,.i ti.it mil %  Q Ardwr 1* tirrrnlMr 1 I S Bianke. %  I IS Brankrr 4 • IS Ar.hr i 1 1 SS P..M.. 3 I ru KWII K l.l I %  < "it A %  .. ii i I i -. Ul I. < .Mr A (!••. !** I.tr.1.... Maubawa %  Clark* b U>u McKvtilwnol oul LaWeflM r r...!*f b Well. not out 1 %  Ipd b C Lawlc I Ah ( UwlOB 'larka %  %  > b C I^wle-w vn c C HI iiivltiding the cash, to %  saats His 81 with a 13 handicap brought his net n '<> 6H which nuaed oul S R Toppin who turned In ( t/itk a 111 handicap for a net 70 In thud place was H V King who had a 90—24—72. HARB0IJR LOG In Carliile Bay r •tor.itn, •* %  ana Wotai*. S.n Uti.rj n S*k tvatdama. Vfi. siarv S Cat.i.i*n Pbtllp M OavMloon. Svh Emalawa. M V Sarviloi HI. Amu H. **"• Eiiian)'!. M V %  •rwooj > -i> b %  ABRIVALS Sa. Me-r..,., .'.,17 IMW iirt Carl Otdnunjar. ri % %  an nn HiMitur as Mas U..U.I. Guiana M V All '-(i ,apl Hauall I TB Alo-a fioaaw •lullalalh MV tady .11M Smith 1* %  1.1 MM fraat At buna ISSBI net. Capi. Par S-hoooar Marion Bali. Wolla. T4 taru n. rani Kv.iv. Iriuii Bt.uoi Guiaaa atPAiTtars V m, ^u r IJ0 inn* nal. Capl CLARKE'S 'BLOOD MIXTURE** Claarue ch syitem from blood ImrKirllia* ; many sufferers from rheumatic aches and pains, lumbago. neurrtis, pimples, bolls, sores and minor skin ailments, can derive |reat benefit from this well-known medicine. fa LIQUID OT r ABLi T FOftM ii Wallas (or S *1 V Athalb-oo*. -.k. t-t Trinidad "ABOVE BOARD owned by tha King win* tho Oasarawltch. ths ni-i inK .anti.mii baudieav t ne*lnarkt by nix lengths.I Waster Polo Practkt? THKU A ill I* %  • Water Palo Asjuaiu ""iuii this stftaYnotH Pis begiiiK . l UrartG. Jordan, i; M;CL*UII aBMl V Maiuiuig. Tea** "B* F Fouler, U. Patteryon. K Inea, T Yearwood H Wentherhead. ci F-*tac -t rj ( Kv.-lyn Reserves:— O. Jetvftson, H Jordan. E. Johnson .ind N; I The game which la In prepum lion for the forthcoming Trinid..n UMir will be played by the nev rules. And NowRussian Horse I.ON1H.;, Let) b claimed Ian itevelopiicnU which have made the hone < -\ a "first" in i Ltnsj t'x> lo-dais*. A Aluacow Radio broadcast London said that "under lie Soviet power the largest state tud farm? in the world have been INS drew himself i^ the* B and with Ihe added| turned in his bert score! Df the seuo>i which was not only' tsjb |o win the handicap, %  ii nut proved to be 'ho i ross score of the day i iualled only by EJ Petrie. whoj real 81 However will | S h t!l^n2r^ Co*aUl Station i ha gaealiii m I m I--W. not i( single plarei i a! SriSt iSLT^IT. '*J? !" ;,'i.;L oob eMfhi or the tlald .'' . .,;,.. ,3. !" lh?o ..ikin[ ninat) There u.. larbaaj< . inltnpfoeaiv ,".'', \" ,, \_„,„ m ss ,.„.„ inlees II araa thelH. it Aiaoa paiaru ** ble conditions of the JJ ^^."p s "' "^ ** *a..i vhicti were sedly in need doMuiTa K**. %  eJlK' g's • 'ig an.! rolling; afte: t tin?. Knlhu. It AIU one of the im>sl < nthusuistic n-.L-etingx of the y with several lnm.vaii.nH ihut i>j •Lulled to the players. Among these were a refreshment outpoM at the sixth lee where cold soil or-inks were highly appreciated ithe stemming weather, and snuck at the nineteenth hole at th. locktail hour In the cool of U.< evenuig. Over fifty member'"' %  %  lingered late Into the evenli. <'<[£" under the flood lights. Th< KBM Lawt a.'pa wsssy"WeSat %  Sin._ sweepstake* also in-ived populai B £"7"' — r ** Turner, Eva Mawn, Inf quickly under Z£??M !" Hu^^l^Al' TS Ihe persuasive salesmanship U luhar Joan Ptulilpa. KamnaUi Murrall Mr, Marion O-Neal. M -•, XBST*^,,^;;"" Wc have recently received a slock of TAYLORS EYE WITNESS hair, !" •< kraa m -J V < %  t .. v TSMl Gobao. SB Miarttaa | S Arakaba sg Arsaritinj '-* I.J> 1'. .!,,. %  Itara. ss Vinland. n ft Don, u B d 1M (1 ," ArtniHa. S <:,,„ '!*" h Hill %  S Karpadnr. s Hai.m %  8. Gran] -iad. %M l.|„yrt CM-II. HMaaduw II Adas. U SCISSORS Pair f*> 35 and Sea-well |{ CIM-IS Launch New Attack Frees rage I. So far 127 wounded men havi been flown from Thatkhe to the safety of Hanoi. A French military spokesmai. said to-day that the new Freud northern front now pivoted on the town of Dinhup, 30 road miles from the const. Eastwards the Fremh t.il he] the frontier highway running U .i Ttanjea ind bertheuslwurils along the coast lo thi border port of Moncay Skirting the capital by 25 JI 9>' mQes n then stretchexl westward-; in tha weatarn rreneh outpost oi I'luitiin on the Red River valley line of eotnmun north western ouip-iM ol Lsy IMI China's Yunan border. Insurgents hold all tatritOI along the 100 mile valli Ihe IWO OUtpo at j—Retltr.UNDER WATER 3 MlNS. 59 3'5 S5CS. LONDON. Joaef Mmbach 2, a polish •wimming instructor at Holborn pcol, claims to have established a world's record by Staying under •MtSJIf fur three minutes 5Bj seconds Limbach, who effort was officially timed, performed his feat without any breathing apparatus during an aquatic exhii I -I.N.8 THE JUMP BID a The Weather TODAY Hun Rises: 5 • -. m Sun %  *. 5 39 p m MOOD (Pell) October 25 lighting: ii'in imi is. I. Water: 2 44 a n p m YESTF.KIIAY Kasafsll (Codrington) nil. ToUl for month to Yesterday: ft 4H Ins Temperature i^lax.i H:. II V I. ni|i>mlure >MI.) 99 S F Hind IHreellon •' %  > a.m i I (3 p ni I V N I. Ulnd Velmitv ir.i'.s per hour Hammer, <• MI ) '." •'. (3 n m i 2s ana A1..111 1 ohn 1 in... 1 John L> fS^* 1 ^ %  sWsasli^sSriiW laaballa Chowtutm* K.-Isat "•r>.. %  IN la smith K K Chrlatlr 11.-' M v %  n< 1 1 %  paer KaWtali rrnt Siunyogh. L t.'arahalt fir-.r*. Olbboni. PSHfon Leassjss, "r.n MAKfUSJTIA Jamaa Caldwall. t^nih CaidweU c.rr.id Walla. Kama H Wall., Joanim a u sauj Irani J<*** AHH:. tsaru Aiiarla. Mail. Garlllo. Itafa OerUIn Anionl* Naao. Gwnidoia.a r,r>tam "•uana Rosalie mil, Rossi:* % rom ORINADA Alaamaon rtampton. DKPAHTtrREh B R W I A L rl TRINIDAD Var-ton Palra. Clala ParWra. Hanr> Aiibuit nna* nVmtiifiu. Aniii cl-rrla. David Putlarflald, Ailean For .aiuicili Olrlliuj. Jack SuHon. '•wan Innlaa JoJin a>U"i|>d Rlllnti Mmi.. mirmu Rally. Oaorga Robaii. !" "* Thomaa. David Millar. Johi ")i'. CviUibarl Burrow a. Kanr> Abraham. HadnaM MVArtnay John now Sng. gvan riald Da LMfW dttre RobTta>. GERMAN HOLLOW GROUND RAZORS Frires $2.16, $1.35 & 81f. Cave Shepherd & Co. Ltd. 10. II. 12 & 13 Broad Street c->wwoo6o6 Q iiOi taiao TnuJUi'rjrjH Ili I :, BE WMSE ECONOMMSE \ USE BOWLIHO AT Al.Vnifl ^ Staasssh 1 Piuvartra M. n. iti i LewM Claikr i Jemii >o Inalaia H AH V I-win HtNTAL %  OBMTAL %  SPARTAN A "" "• Mr. .1.1 VR Qulntyna C w*Oi KobartK Htiia r Campbrll b MeComlc N Purrowa. lb* b RobarU C William, nol out R Roctt B Bkinnar <; Hnpa %  Sliiiinar C. Baat c Thomtan b McComra M Crtchlnw nol not EaUaa Total i lor S wati dac > nOWUNO ANALYSIS MeCoin Skinner • S Chaaa 1 Campball J H.'--itS I Bparlaa Tad laalao D. Gin-m run oul Thornton run 4>ut McComle b Knlaht Robrrl. r A b Rk — by M. HARRISON-CRAY 'IH1E early limit bid is an •*• integral feature of Standard Bridge, and the Jump raise from One to Three m opener's suit U a case in petal The btd is obviously encourag Ing. but it cannot logically be treated as forcing Light opening** are another feature ul Brltlsli bidding, but Uisy an ruled out If opener Is compelled to bid game every time thai raspondsr takes a rony view oi If the direct jump raise played aa forcing, it lenas u< ba-oine nn idV bid Jl Was not used once by tinv ihamptoo team during iheir tai board match last year agalnsi the Croclrford's Club players whose more direct methods con trtbuiad largelv to thatr stnoi The requirenirnt.v !ui Hie Ion in. raise are so high thai rssco n der eliitar has to underbid with .a single mix or resort in amblgnoti* 11 re urn locution In the latest vctvou ol DM Oett %  rise %  I raaniyle* nre rt'en ol t u a Mngle l.u ol openers One ksidl bsd 1. •> 10 If 1 { J 7 4 X 4> A 1 6 S 2 J •> cj 7 1 • %  .. :i e> a a 5 J • A J 10 %  T a 11 i, 1 .' .1 8 'i . 4. •> K u j i e i :i A it 4 I. cannot oe good bridge to Kive the aansr reanon-e—Twt b.iadec-on hands of su>4t raiy ma .xiuro On Uis flrst nano Two Spades is Uie oniv riMponrubut ihe second naa H losrrs and moderate irunii iiipiKiit t>ne N.t'i'imi... belter bid As lor handl and four, it will be seen thai ive all the lequiicmen lor a non-lorcing imut raise i' iliree Spades Tlie reason given lor pro nsMttni the double raise on Hies* last lo harwU is live lackt ol i outsida the trump 'tut H is this very weakiu!-:n drfince that wou a mdn. e most British plavers m bid Three SiMides. 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SOUTH KOREANS CHASE
REDS TO MANCHURIA

By JULIAN BATES.
TOKYO, Oct. 23.
SOUTH KOREAN TROOPS chased remnants of
the Communists’ regular forces through snowy
mountains towards Manchuria to-day with North
Korean guerillas stepping up “nuisance raids’’ be
hind their lines..

South Koreans in the first snows of winter were
last reported only 45 miles from the Manchurian
border. Far behind them 7,000 Communist gueril-
las were reported to have struck at a point about
40 miles north of the 38th parallel and 30 miles
inland from the east coast.

Guerillas have been getting bolder during the pas
week. They have captured Yangyang just above the 38t!
parallel and astride the vital supply road up the east coasi

Another force about 2,000 strong has cut through to th
coast about 30 miles south of the port of Wonsan.



| pu other ob of the penin.
sula United Nations troops con-
Rebels Launch tinued to take thousands of Com-
‘ munist prisoners,
New Attacks

General MacArthur’s headquar
IN INDO-CHINA

ters announced to-day that more
SAIGON, Oct., 23.

is we 120,000 Northerners had
been captured since the campaign

Vietnam insurgents in north-
east Indo - China have begun
battering a 75-mile sector of the
French held highway near China
frontier.

French mili authorities here
admitting wi wal from Loc
Binh seventh frontier outpost lost
within a month disclosed to-day
that new attacks began two days
ago in the region of Tienyen
coastal centre of the French con-
trolled road. The attacks came
as the main French Union forces
were being withdrawn from
mountainous frontier regions to
form a new defence line running
across the Tonkin Delta the
plain north of Hanoi.

In his quarters, here, General
as Juin, France’s visiting
military strategist just back from
a quick four-day survey of bat-
tle areas, prepared an immediate
report for communication to the
French cabinet,

A French military spokesman
said that strong French patrol-
ling was continuing in al] sec-
tors of the French held periphery
around the Tonkin delta.

ene Rees int southwest

sector of the periphery Hadong,
12 miles southwest of Hanoi and
Phuly 40 miles south of Hanoi.
There was increasing guerilla
activity in Cochin-China the
spokesman said, No large scale
operations were expected in that
area, but railways had been sabo-
taged, roads cut and rubber and
other plantations threatened,

AMBUSH

A French armoured car was
damaged and 15 civilian lorries
were destroyed when insurgents
ambushed a convoy between Sai-
g0n and Loc Binh. Two French
Union soldiers were killed and
four wounded when reinforce-
ments were sent.

A spokesman said that Insur-
gent cencentrations were now 25
miles north of Saigon after re-
cent French sweeps through that
area.

The French Red Cross in a radio
call asked whether the Vietnam
Red Cross was prepared to receive
mosquito nets, letters and parcels
for French prisoners taken in the
battle for the frontier post of
Caobang, earlier this month when
the French lost over 2,000 men.

The French said that in re-
sponse to the Vietnam initiative
they were prepared to continue
Red Cross air evacuation of
French wounded from the rebel-
captured frontier post of Thatkhe.

ey asked for the hour the day
and the conditions to be named for
continuing the evacuation.
@ on page 8

began.

United Nations’ troops are rop-
ing them in so “quickly—they
captured about 26,000 in the past
24 hours—that Headquarters es-
timated remnants of the Northern

to-day at between 21,000
anid 31,000.

The nearest South Korean
troops to the Manchurian bordei
were to-day advancing up the
Chongchon River which runs
northeast from Sinanju on the
west coast.

Another main escape route is
north from Hungnam on the east
coast of Changjin 30 miles east of
Kanggye. British troops advanc-
ing north of Pyongyang, the cap-
tured North Korean tapital at-
tacked 1,000 Northerners killing
200 and taking 300 prisoners the
spokesman announced. British |
losses were “very, very light” |
though Communists put up a}
stiff fight South of Suichon in the
area where American paratroops

have been dropped during the last
few days.”
, —Reuter.



7 Land Grabbers
Shot

RIO DE JANEIRO, Oct. 23.
Seven people were shot de id
and another seven seriously jn.
jured in a shooting affray between
the police force and farm workers
who invaded private lands ad-

joining the town of Porecatu in a
southern state.

The Brazilian agency Meridional
which reported the incident to-
day without mentioning dates
said that the farm workers under
the influence of a Communist or.
ganization known as the Agra-
rian League took illegal posses-
sion of a considerable portion of
private owned land.

Armed with revolvers and shot
guns, land grabbers trapped the
force of policemen sent to dis-
perse them. The work:'rs were
finally overpcwered after the
police had Xilled six of them.

A spokesman of the political
police told Reuter,the incident oc-

After recalling similar episodes
that took place in other states
in the course of the last 12 months
he added that authorities were
taking strong measures to neutral-
ise the Communist plan, and ar.
rest all responsible for such acts.

—Reuter.



curred last Friday and is part of
a Communist subversive plan to
disrupt Brazilian rural economy.

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DR. AND MRS. H. MASSIAH and Mr. A. E. 8. Lewis, returned from
Trinidad yesterday. Tney attended the opening ceremony of the
Legislative Council of the new constitution of Trinidad and Tobago












Police Raid
Red Centres
IN AUSTRALIA

MELBOURNE, Oct. 23.

Police and security men to-day
seized half a ton of papers and
books in raids on Communist
centres in Sydney and Mel_
buurne.

This was the first open move
by vhe Government under leg-
islation passed last week to
cutlaw the Communist party.

Under an interim injunction
made by the Court on Saturday
restra'ning Government from
putting the law into full effect,
Commonwealth authorities may
make raids to seize papers but
cannot dispose of them.

Government officers searched
the Communist Party head-
quarters at Sydney for two
hours, Several well_known Com-
munists and solicitors were in
the building when vhe_ raid
started. Investigators quest’oned
employees while uniformed police
guarded entrances.

Radio Australia said that Com-
munist offices in Darwin wero
also raided.

Raids were also made on Com,
nunis’ offices in Melbourne and
Darwin, Radio Austral'a reported.

All were carried out without
ineident. Many books and papers
were seized. +

The Communist Party and
seven Communist controlled
Trades Unions who are convesting
validity of the Communist Party
Dissolution Act filed to_day
affidavits in the High Court in
support of vheir application to be
ergued on October 25, for inter_
loeutory injunction. If granted
this would extend the status until
the court reaches a decision on
whether the Act is constitutional.
Pi

:
;

West Germany —

Must
Defend

BRITAIN is in favour of bringing Western German)

to the defence of Europe

re
he statement was issued to clear up possible con-

fusion over a week-end sj
General Secretary of the
the Government had not y
German rearmament,

Up Australian
Transport

. MELBOURNE, Oct. 23.

Strikes to-day paralysed rail
transport in three Australian
states—Victoria, New South Wales
and South Australia. Railwaymen
in the latter two states staged a
24 hour stoppage in sympathy with
a strike in Victoria,

The Victori. strike started
when men put forward claims con-
cerning overtime pay and other
rates.

As a result of the rail strike,
Sydney to-day had one of its big-
gest road traffic tangles on record.
Buses, cars, trucks, bicycles and

horse-drawn vehicles streamed in-
to the city.



A mass meeting of South Aus-
tralian railwaymen decided to-day
to recommend that the strike be

continued until demands were met.



POLE ARRESTED
IN FRANCE

PARIS, Oct., 23

The Polish Vice - Consul at
Toulouse, Skazynia, has been ar-
rested on suspicion of espionage,
the French Interior Ministry an-
neunced tonight.

The Ministry said M. Skazynia
was “arrested and locked up on
October 21.” This followed “the
discovery of the Services of Terri-
torial Surveillance (a branch of
the Police) of a case of espionage”.

“The charge is one of action
against the external security of
the state.” ¥

The wife of a member of the
Territorial Surveillances Service
‘was also involved in the case, the
Ministry added.—Reuter .

3 SPIES SENTENCED
TO DEATH

LONDON, Oct. 23.

A Bucharest court today sen-
tenced three Rumanians to death
for spying for France according to
a Rumanian news agency report
received in London.

Two French defendants were
sentenced to penal servitude for
life, —Reuter.





In New South Wales a mass
meeting of railwaymen decided
to return to work to-morrow but
threatened to strike
their grievances are still unsettled
by October 30.—Reuter.



W. Berlin Expects
Skilled Workers

WASHINGTON, Oct, 23.
The Economic Co-operation
Administration is studying ~ecom-
mendations to transfer up to 120,-

000 West Berlin skilled workers |

and their equipment to other
countries in heed of their special
skill an EB.C.A. spokesman said
last night.

The spokesman, Cornelius
Dwyer in charge of E.C.As Ge~-
man affairs said that the proposal
was among 27 made by William
E. Weiss who went to Berlin as
personal representative for Paul!

Hoffman, ‘former E.C.A. chief
The sugmestions were being
studied by William C. Foster

Hoffman's successo~.

Dwyer said no decision had
been made on any of the pro-

posals,
—Reuter.



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— tat te
on the St. en's Girls’ |
= aes aw from ‘which | FLUSHING MEADOWS,
| fear of another great internations
Nations Charter.
Korea.”
| He said the United Nations pro
| is an essential part of this peacefu

. ; | “War Fea
STRUCK BY ar fears
7
LIGHTNING | Overshadow
48 can b> seen on the wall.
e New York, Oct. 23.
President Truman told the
|; war overshadows all hopes o
|mankind.” The President wa;
He said fear of another great
war arose “from tensions betweer
| He added however that “the
United States believe that such :
| Vides a way for negotiation anc
settlement of disputes amon
process. The United States as on
of the members of the Unite

7
re All Hie oP
Lie G left its Lal opes
v¥er the door at the left. j
Briow, is seen the damage déhe SAYS TRUMAN
| United Nations General Assemb!
jtoday that “at the present time
| addressing the Assembly on the
Fifth Anniversary of the Unitec
nations and from the recent out-
break of open aggression in
war can be prevented, and do no
|belleve that it is inevitable.”
nations by peaceful means,
“We believe that Negotiation
Nations is prepared now as al
Ways to enter into negotiations.

“We insist only that negotia
tions must be entered into in goo
faith and be governed throughou
{by the spirit of willingness i
reach proper solutions”,

The President said they ha
learnt from hard experience tha
“We cannot rely upon negotia
tions alone to preserve peace.”

He said that although man:
jcountries promptly disbanded th:
‘armies they had in the secon
|World War “other countries con-
|tinued to maintain forees so larg
that they posed a conste»t threa
jof aggression’.

The invasion of Korea ha
|shown who they were, who wouk
|resort to outright war if it suite
their ends. In these circumstance
the United Nations had no choice
except to use collective strengt)
of its members to curb aggression
He said that he supported th
plan for United Nations peace
at present being considered b
the General Assembly to prepar
quick and effective action in an
future case of aggression.
Truman also said “we inten
to build up strength for peace
as long as that is necessary, Bu
at the same time we must con-

Help
Europe

LONDON, Oct. 23.

the Foreign Office reaffirme:

by Mr. Morgan Phillips,
abour Party, in which he said
et decided on the question o
Ips was reported to have

tl te eae ne ae
Sot Paris. erday that
neither the Br BY “Goverarniont
nor the Labour Party have made
up its mind about German re-

armament. It is a tragic dilemma,
this choice between two evils.”



tinue to strive through the United
Nations to achieve internationa)
control of atomic energy ane
reduction of armaments and armed
forces.

They consider that Germany “Co-operation and effective dis-
should be enabled to make an ap- | armament would make the dange:
propriate contribution to the build |o¢ war remote.” The President.
up of the defence of Western de- posed three tests principles on
whe d di baa spy | Which he said any successful

ae e con itions anc methods ay plan of disarmament must be
which this might be brought judged
about, are still under discussion "

between Governments,’
The British Government it is
understood, was anxious that no
misunderstanding about its de-
clared attitude to the question of
German rearmament should ex-
ist on the eve of this week's dis-
20:8 on the sroblem in the
military and defence committees
of the North Atlantic Pact in
Washington. |
This morning Bevin was present
at a Cabinet meeting at which it
is believed the whole question was,
again reviewed in the light of the

(1) The plan must inelude al!
kinds of weapons.

(2) The plan must be based on
unanimous agreement, “One sided
disarmament is a sure invitatior
to aggression”,

guards which will ensure com-
pliance of all nations.
—Reuter.



2,600,000 Tons

ie ae conference of East

uropean oreign Ministers in ' +

Prague. , a Went To The
—~RKeuter.



og:
Pacific
NEW YORK, Oct. 22.
In the three months following

the outbreak of the Korean War
2,600,000 tons of cargo excluding

NO APPEASING
RUSSIA

| : 2 - "
le a petroleum products were moved
| Chiang Kai Shek from the United States to the
TAIPEH, Formosa, Oct. 23 Pacific theatre to support the
The Chinese Nationalist leader )United Nations effort, This was

Chiang Kai-Shek to-day warned
against the appeasement of “Com-
munist aggression”, He urged the
organisation of an International
Police Force.

In a United Nations day state-

announced to-day by the National
Federation of American Shipping.
Merchant ships moved more
than 300 times the amount of
cargo carried by air.
Over 80 per cent. of dry cargo

| ment he said that after five years | W@8 carried in privately operated
| ot world organisation, hopes of a| American flag vessels the Federa-
bette world remained as dim as | tion said
ever, About 80 © privately - owned

American ships and 130 Govern-
ment-owned vessels were used
The Government ships wer:

General Chiang said that the
threat of war was ever present

while the “cold war” continued hambvad from the Mustenal’ De

The Communist aggression| fence Reserve Fleet and put int
throughout the world is one and | operation by American shipping
indivisible. A number of Euro- | companies.
pean countries Foreign flag vessels took only
prey. six per cent a the dry cargo
victim. traffic to the war area.

“And this aggression knows no| —Reuter.
bounds until it ergulfs the en-!
tire globe.”

“An adequate international po-
| lice force must be organised un- |
der the United Nations and be}
weady to fight back the brutal)
forces which seek to subjugate!
and break down the United Na- |

tions.”
—Reuter.



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“THE SHADES. ARE RAISED”

LAKE SUCCESS. Oct. 23

Soviet Foreign Minister Adrei
Vyshinsky said to-day that the
doors would be opened and
shades lifted in the Soviet Union
if the Russian plan for atomic
energy control were adopted. He
told the United Nations Political
Committee that western insistence
“full range and freedom of
inspection” was definitely out in
the Soviet plan for international
contro! of atomic energy submit-
ted in 1947

To overlook the provisions in tha
Soviet suggested plan he said was
a crime. Anyone who could not
accept the plan was “dictated by
Objectives alien to peace”

VYSHINSKY

There would be no veto right
he said and the International
Commission could go into any
country any time by simple ma-
jority decision he said. Vyshinsky
called attention to the views ex-
pressed by Stalin that Communist
and Capitalist worlds could live
together.

Vyshinsky to-day called for an
end of “saddle rattling” and pres-
ent “hysteria” as a means of re-
moving the threat of a new war.

Vyshinsky asserted in condemn-

He declared the doors would be
opened and the shades lifted in
the Soviet Union—as_ British
Foreign Secretary Ernest Bevin

TELLS U.N.

ing United States Secretary of had asked—if the Russian plan
State Dean Acheson’s declaration for atomic energy control were
that only “situations of strength”. adopted

mor BS > ge ine east- a . . |
would make possible genuine eas she: Gag: Nidal natal Niet |

w negotiations oa
= gic body nutes any suspicion founded
“This in the view of the Anglo- 0T completely

American bloc is the foundation PY simple majority—no

of their foreign policy.” “They ity of permanent members, 1

used the atom bomb for years and Veto Tight—earry out an investi-

failed” the Russian Minister said, #@tion” “The doors are open and
“Now they are toting around the the shades are raised” he said
hydrogen bomb but I can assure “Anyone who wishes to look

fail should take the blinds off his own

eyes” he said.—Reuter.

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Escaped Prisoner
Tells Of Massacre

PYONGYANG, Oct., 23.

(COMMUNIST GUARDS turned sub machineguns

on more than 200 American prisoners in a
North Korean field after ordering them from a
train heading for the Manchurian border.

Twenty-two prisoners some of them wounded,
escaped by feigning death and crawling away after
dark. They were picked up by American para-

Seventy five bullet riddled
troops. bodies were found in a fleld yes-
> ,terday but the total number of
jmen killed was not definitely



N. Koreans *::
e . | Private Sylvester 37, of Harti-
e 99 | shor Oklahoma, we < sur-
vivors said: “Guards told us we
“Pressin | had to be taken out of the train to
be fed, We marched down a rail-
; | way track a little way then turn-
Says Moscow }ed off into a field where a num-
{ber of soldiers with sub machine
|guns stood on the bank above

LONDON, Oct. 23. : hehel 7”
A North Korean communique wa — S aive- on the ground
claimed = today that Communist |, oe still afd prayed.”
be ede A aera tin are é
roops falling back to new defence “The wounded were jgroaning

,ositions on al) fronts, had inflict. |

‘d “great losses in life and equip- jall around me. Other guards with

nert” on advancing American anc Yifles began picking off the bes $
Scuih Korean iorces, Moscow | ‘who were still alive and others
adio reported, The communique | who tried to crawl away

‘aid that North of Pyongyang—
Communist capital captured by
United Nations forces—“units of
he People’s Army pressed by nu-
merically stronger enemy forces’
were fighting fiercely against
American troops. ©n the east
roast the People’s Army wa:
‘holding the enemy advance”
vorth of Hamhung near the port of
4dungnam,.—Reuter,



NO SABOTAGE

PARIS, Oct. 23.
A French navy spokesman to-
day denied that the French

cruiser Gloire and the troeopship
Leita had been damaged by acts
of sabotage,

The Gloire now docked at Tou-
lon (Southern France) was under
repairs after a gun turret snap
ped the spokesman said,

The Leita was anchored at
Casablanca (Morocco) after “nor-
mal repairs” were carried out to
electric equipment.

jot ie Spomeenian confirmed

was soba as the ship was
about to gail for Moraceo a fort-
night ago.

aris newspapers had reported
earlier to-day that the cruisers
Georges Leygues and Gloire and
the troopship Leita had been
sabotaged recently by Communist
elements.—Reuter



SEAMEN STRIKE

RIO DE JANEIRO, Oct, 23
The crew of the = Chilear
merchant ship Almagro which ha:
been in dock here since Octebe:
14, went on strike today u lew

(3) The plan must be foolproof! | hours before the ship was to leuve
and disarmament based on safe- | port.

The strike was said to be in
sympathy with the stoppage which
\since Saturday has paralysed the
Chilean merchant navy,

The striknig crew remained
aboard the Almagro,—Reuter.



“Many of the prisoners on the
train which left Pyongyang about
6 days ago kad died from dysen-
tery and exposure,” he said,

—Reuter.

Tibetans Going
To Peking

NEW DELHI, Oct. 23,
The Tibetan Government has
instructed its delegation now in
Delhi to proceed to Peking imme-
diately to conduct negotiations
with Mao Tse Tung’s Government

on the future status of Tibet.
The Tibetan delegation has had
talks here during the past week
with the Chinese Ambassador to
India, General Yuan Chung Hsin.





The Ambassador was under-
stood to have suggested to the
delegation that talks on Tibet's

future should be held in Peking,

The delegation will leave by air
for Calcutta on October 26 on the
way to Peking.Reuter

30 Dead InLandslide

LIMA) PERU, Cict. 23.

30 people are reported dead in a
Santa River landslide high in the
Andes and at least 100 still are
unaccounted for, a special corre-
spondent for the Lima newspaper
El ComMercio has reported

The correspondent after a
motor trip to the scene of Fri-
day’s disaster 200 miles from
Lima said that 20 others were
injured, He reported that one
side of the Pisococha lagoon col
lapsed, loosing a great mass of
rock, mud and water which de-
molished Los Cedro’s hydroelec-
tric station, —Can, Press.



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SIR GEORGE AND LADY SEEL —

B.W.LA. yesterday afternoon.

RS. A. W. L. SAVAGE, and
Mrs. Hopwood will visit the
Needlework Exhibition at Queen’s
Park this morning at 10.30 o'clock.

Left on Sunday
R. abd Mrs. John Bogart who
were holidaying in Barbados
returned to Venezuela on Sunday
They were accompanied by
Comdr. and Mrs. _ Fusselman.
They spent their holiday at the
Paradis@¢™ Beach Club, and_ on
Saturday evening Comdr. and Mrs,
Fusselman held a cocktail party
at the Paradise Beach Club, after
which the party went to the Club
Morgan, where Mr. and Mrs. John
Bogart were Host and Hostess at
dinner. Among those present were
Mr. and Mrs. Winston Ward, Col.
and Mrs. Richards Vidmer, Mr.
and Mrs. Fred Olton and Mr. Har-
old Nicholls. v
Intransit

NTRANSIT through Barbados

yesterday afternoon by B.W.1A,
was Mr. Derek Mendes, Operations
Officer, B.W.I.A. He was return-
ing to Trinidad, after being sta-
tioned a month in St. Lucia and a
few weeks in St. Kitts, doing leave
relief.

Derek was stationed in Barba- !

dos earlier this year, and a couple
of months ago he was here on a
few weeks’ leave. ++

Short Visit
R. J. O. Dickson of B.O.A.C.,
London and at present acting
Chief Accountant, B.W.LA. in
Port-of-Spain, returned to Trini-
dad ecey afternoon by
B.W.LA., after a short visit to the
B.W.1.A. Branch here. Mr. Oliver
Johnson, Acting Branch Manager
of B.W.LA. was at Seawell to see
him off,
En Route to B.G.
R. EDWARD BROWN, who
has been spending a holiday
in Barbados left yesterday for
Trinidad by B.W.I.A., where he
will spend a few days before re-
turning to B.G. where he works
on. Diamond Plantation.

Mr. Brown is originally from
Scotland. He was staying with the
Parris’ at “Black Bess” St. Peter.
Those Pretty Programme

Sellers

HEN “THE MIDDLE

WATCH” was produced at
The Empire Theatre some months
ago, glamour girls from the staffs
of Barclays Bank and The Royal
Bank df Canada had the job of
selling:'programmes to the audi.
ence as they came up the theatre
steps. On the occasion of
“BLITHE SPIRIT” which will be
staged.on 2nd and 3rd November
—“beaiities’ from The Singer
sews Machine Co. will be doing
the selling on the first night, and
on the,second night three ‘Miss
Ideals”: ftom the staff of Cave
Shepherd & Co, Ltd., will be on
duty. Although the Programme
Girls are themselves a draw, the
play promises to be one of the
most popular produced, and like
“The Middle Watch,” will be in
the capable hands of Mr. Norman
Wood. ,



returned from Trinidad by
Returned Yesterday

IR GEORGE SEEL, K.C.MG.
Head of Development and
Welfare in the West Indies ac-
companied by Lady Seel, returned
from Trinidad yesterday after.
noon by B.W.1.A., where they at-
tended the opening ceremony of
the Legislative Council of the new
constitution of Trinidad and
Tobago,

Also returning yesterday were
Dr. H. Massiah, M.L.C., and Mrs.
Massiah, and Mr, A. E. S. Lewis,
M.C.P., who also attended the
ceremony.

W.I. SELECTOR BACK



MR. F. A. ©. CLAIRMONTE,
selector on the West Indies Cric-
ket Board of Control, returned
yesterday by B.W..1LA. after at-
tending a meeting of the West
Indies Cricket Board of Control
in Trinidad.



BARBADOS ADVOCATE

nae amen eee

Back From Meeting
R. F..A. C. CLAIRMONTE,
one of the Selectors of tne
West Indies Cricket Board of
Control returned yesterday by
B.W.LA., after attending a meet
ing of the West Indies Cricket
Board of Control in Trinidad.
Mr. “Teddy” WHoad the other
Barbados representative returned
on Suntlay.

Next Exhibition

HE next exhibition at the

Museum will be a Memorial
Exhibition of the paintings aaa
drawings of Caro Gill, who died
in France during the war as the
result of privations. The exhibi-
tion will open on Monday 30th
October.

Christmas Comedy

EHEARSALS are now in full

swing for the Bridgetown
Players’ new production “The
Man who came to Dinner.”
There is uw large cast for this

amusing Christmas comedy which 5

will take place in December.

Successful

R. SAM GIBBONS, Visiting
. Officer at Seawell, who at-
‘tended a course in Public Health
‘training in Jamaica from Septem-
ber 1949 to July 1950, has been
informed by the director of the
Public
where he attended the course,
that he was one of the successful
candidates,

With Trinidad Police

q R. ALFRED CLARKE of the J

Jt Trinidad Police Force arrived
yesterday by B.W.LA. for a
month's holiday in Barbados. Mr.
Clarke who is a Barbadian, is
attached to the C.I.D. wad has
been in the Trinidad Police Force
for ten years, He is staying in
Spooner’s Hill with his family.

With T.L.L.
RRIVING from Trinidad yes-
terday morning by B.W.1.A

were Mr. and Mrs, Ian Rumsey
Mr. Rumsey is a geologist with
Trinidad Leaseholds Ltd. They
are here for about ten days’ holi
day staying at the Kingsley Resi-
dential Club, at Cattle Wash,
Bathsheba.

To Bridgetown Direct

Bridgetown Direct,” and
“To Bridgetown via Oistins,
Worthing and Hastings” is what is
written on the sign pictured in
yesterday’s Advocate,

This sign is on the road to
Seawell Airport just above its
junction to “Lowlands Road.”

The sign is almost completely
covered by Green-Pea trees.

Coming Next Week
R. REGGIE ELLIOT 0!
Cable & Wireless who was
sent to St. Kitts some month
ago as Installation Engineer speitt
‘three months there engaged in
the removal of equ pment fron
the old Wireless site near the air-
port to the new site which is still
nearby the airport, but does not
obstruct the runway.

Soon after the hurricane he
was sent to Antigua and has just
completed a job repairing the
land I'ne and erecting two Adas-
tra masts. Mr, Elliot wil be
returning to Barbados on th»2
Canadian boat next week.

High Spirits
EAVY showers of rain around
six o’clock in Antigua last
Thursday afternoon did not pre
vent over two hundred guest
from arriving on time to the first
‘At Home’ at Government Hous

given by His Excellency the
Governor and Mrs, Blackburnc
It was the largest gathering ai

Government House in many year:
and everybody’ seemed to have
been in_ high spirits.

For The Races
M?: MANUEL GONZALEZ
: arrived from Trinidad yes-
terday morning by B.W.I1.A. tc
ride in the November Races. He
is a guest at the Windsor Hotel.



“A design for a seat submitted
to the Wisbech Water Board in.
corporated a chubby cupid. The
Board has rejected it as inappro-
priate.”

LONG, long time ago when

you were in petticoats, we
once had much the same problem,
At that time we were running a
circus at Oxford (later known as
“Oxford Circus”), and Professor
Hargreaves, our faithful old ring-
master, submitted a design for
a new type of seal with a bui't-
in motor horn,

The creature, whom we chris-
tened “Witness” on sight, was
never popular with his team-
mates, who suspected him of
non-unidn trickery. While they
had to concentrate on the row of
bulb horns on which the whole

BY THE WAY

By

cast rendered “Auld Lang Syne’
in the finale, Witness was able
to add his occasional note while
keeping one eye on the man with
the basket of herrings or count-
ing up the first four rows and
getting a rough estimate of the
night’s takings. ;

When he was retired we kept

him for many years in a water
tank in the attic. Frankly we
cannot see any advantage in

incorporating any chubby cupids
in seals and we feel that the
Water Board, who obviously need
simple working seals, were right
to refuse,

Puffin Puzzles Police

—Newspaper Heading.
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“It’s a puffin.”
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Wedding

N SATURDAY afternoon at
4.00 o’clock, at St. Lawrence
Church, Miss Edith Gertrude
Spencer, daughter of the late Mr
und Mrs. G. B. Spencer of “Rock-
tidge”, Black Rock, was married
to Dr. Knollys U. A, Inniss of Trin.
idad.

The bride, who was given in
inurriage by her brother, Mr. G. if.
Laurie Spencer, Manager of River

Ustate, Diego Martin, Trinidad
looked charming in a dress of
ceru lace and she wore a head-
dress of pink illusion tulle and

yardenias, She carried a bouquet
ef pink radiance roses and Queen
Anne lace,

Miss Joyce Bowen, niece of the
bride, was Maid-of-Honour, She
wore adress of white broderie
Anglaise with red accessories, and
carried a bouquet of red roses and
Queen Anne lace,

The flower girl, little Miss Carol
Ann Spencer, wore a dress of blue |
broderie Anglaise, trimmed with
forget-me-nots and carried a
basket of pink radiance rose.buds
and forget-me-nots.

The duties of bestman were
performed by Mr, Eric Inniss and
those of the ushers by Messrs
eith and Harold Bowen, nephews
f the bride

The church was decorated with
nthurium lilies and roses,

Miss Gwen Inniss, daugiiier of
the bridegroom, arrived from
‘Trinidad on Thursday for the oc
casion. She returned on Sunday
w Trinidad.

The ceremony, which was fully
choral, was conducted by the Rev.
K, A, B. Hinds, Vicar of St. Mary’s
Church,

After the ceremony, a receptior
was held at “Kelvin”. Rockley,
heme of the bride’s brother, The
honeymoon is being spent at
Powell Spring Hotel, Bathsheba.

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Prices of Butter Beans and
Cauliflower when the “Ad-
vocate” checked yesterday
were:—

Butter Beans 24 cents per Ib.
Cauliflower 8 cents per Ib.

in

PLAZA Theatre-sRIDGETOWN

LAST 2 SHOWS TO-DAY 5 and 8.30 p.m
Warner's Hilarious Technicolor Hit!

‘LIFE WITH FATHER”

(Cheap Prices)

Jimmy WAKELY in
“SONG OF THE SIERRAS"








Irene DUNNE
William POWELL in

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What Was
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year all except one swimmer
finished the race. Joe Dumm, who
was expected to win, in explaining
his failure, said:

“I was just past the third buoy,
when I felt a cramp. I knew I
couldn't finisn, so I tuted arourid
and came back to the starting
point. I’m glad I did, because I
discovered I hed lost my pants. I
sure wouldn’t have wanted to
finish withouy them.”

Reporters who were listening
laughed at poor Joe, and with
good reason. Why? ‘

Last 2 Shows—TODAY
PLAZA OISTIN 5 and 8.30 P.M.
Warner’s Technicolor Musical. June HAVER in
“DAUGHTER OF ROSIE 0’GRADY”

Wednesday and Thursday 5 and 8.30 p.m.
Warner’s Action Double !

“CRIME SCHOCL” & “ROAD GANG”

Midnite Matinee Saturday 28th
Johnny MACK BROWN in

“CROSSED TRAILS”









Laughed At
Funeral

RAINHAM, England.
The good people of Rainham,
Essex County, stopped and stared
when a funeral procession passed
down the main thoroughfare the
other day.

(2 New Pictures)
Jimmy WAKELY in

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LAST SHOW TONITE 8.36. MONOGRAMS DOUBLE!

Leon ERROL in Jimmy WAKELY 5n
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Wednesday and Thursday 8.30 p.m.

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For the mourners in the glossy

‘ . Monogram’s Double . ._.
black automobiles following tke TUESDAY, Oct. 24, 1950. “ ” BLACK GOLD”
Z eel; 1. .m. MAN WITH TWO LIVES” &
hearse were waving and smiling] rip “Top "runes, apm. The. News: with Color. by. Technicolor



on the onlookers. 2.10 p.m, Home News from Britain; with
2.15 p.m. Sports Review; 2.30 p.m.
Radio Theatre; 4.00 p.m, The News;
4.10 p.m. The Daily Service; 4.15
pm. B.B.C Northern Orchestra;
5,00 p.m, Piano Recital; 5.15 p.m
Programme Parade; 5.80 p.m. Welsh
Magazine; 6.00 p.m. Letter trom
London; 6.15 p.m. New Records; 7.00
p.m, The News; 7.10 p.m. News An-—
alysis; 7.15 p.m. West Indian Guest
Night; 7.45 p.m. United Nations Day;
8.00 p.m. Radio Newsreel; 8.15 p.m.
United Nations Report; 8.20 ».m, Com-
poser of the Week; 8.30 p.m. On the
Job; 8.45 p.m. BBC Midland Light
Orchestra; 9.30 p.m. Meet the Common-
wealth; 10.00 p.m. The News; 10.10
p.m. From the Editorials; 10.15 p.m
Tip Top Tunes; 10.45 p.m Report
from Britain; 11.00 p.m. Ciose Down.

Edward NORRIS

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It was the funeral of Alfr2
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Before Swann died he asked


















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” Last Two Shows To-day—
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4.45 and 8.30
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Commented his son Henry
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—I.N.S.

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ROXY

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BRITAIN

RESPONSIBLE FOR
MEAT RATION

BRITAIN is solely responsible for the fact that no
meat has been shipped from the Argentine to this country
since July last, “and if the British people suffer any hard-
ship in their ration, or your trade suffers by this actioi
then it is not the Argentine Government who sshould b.
blamed,” declared Argentine Ambassador Carlos A. Hogan
here tonight etervening. tee 800 diners at the Butclrers’
inner.

Charitable Institution

“It is only six months since I
arrived in this country as the Ar-
gentine Ambassador and Envoy. of
my President to the Court of St.
James and from the very begin-
ning I have met with a most

friendly atmosphere on the part |

of the meat trade towards me and
towards my country. :
“I do not need to indulge in
pouring oil because I have not
found any ‘troubled waters’ among
you, and you should be very glad
that you do not have to listen to
me playing the piano—it is bad
enough that you have to Jisten to
my English—to ‘maintain har-
mony’. because there always has
been, is, and always will be har-

mony between Argentine meat
producers and Brith Ih Pitchers.
It is a very good thing inde that

oil is not needed because after the
devaluation of the pour’, oil
which Great Britain pron 1
supply to us under agreement in
June 1949, became 40 por cen’
more expensive than we antici-
pated.

“However, I should certainly
need great ability to maintain har-
mony and thousands of tons of oil
to calm the ‘troubled waters’ in
some other sectors, including the
press.

“Why the British Press which is
famous for its independence and
good judgment in internal and
external affairs should be so mis-
informed about the Argentine is
heyond my_ comprehension.

Mutual Understanding
“T am very happy to be with
you because I know you under-
stand the meat trade thoroughly
and I am sure that you all know
the Argentine of the past quite

well. What I should really
like to-night would be to
speak to an audience com-

posed of the man in the street
and the housewife, so that I could
explain to them the clear facts
concerning Argentine meat com-
ing to this country. My only hope
is that you who have the respon-
sibility of distributing meat, in this
country will convey some of these
facts to them.

“We have even been accused of
blackmail in rather strong words.

“After the devaluation of the
pound sterling in September 1949,
we requested that the price of £97
per ton fixed in the agreement
should be increased to £140, At
first sight our request seemed ex-
orbitant but if anybody had ana-
lysed the logic of these figures,
particularly if this logic had been
ezpiained to the British public,
am sure there would have been no
‘troubled waters.’

“Nobody has bothered to tell
the British people that the day
after the devaluation of the pound
the price of oil and petroleum
produets from the sterling area
was automatically raised by 40
per, cent; neither did anybody
trouble to tell the British people
that in an agreement 400,000 tons
of meat which we promised to de-
liver to -this. country in the first

year contrary to the promise we



fulfilled entirely—-were equivalent |

in value to the tonnage of oil, and
petroleum products which Great
Britain promised us.
A Mystery

“It has been stated that the price
of oil and petroleum products in-
creased because they are in dol-
lars in. the world markets. But
why oil from the sterling area
should follow quotations in dollars
and Argentine beef should be
pegged to sterling is a mystery to
me as an ambassador of goodwill
and until yesterday an honest
salesman of oil.

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NOW GORGE. DON'T OO TIRie
Lf AT THE OFFICE TO-Oa,
EMEMBER WE HAVE OLL
POOLS TO THINK Ck TO encH

ee SS See

Harder Battles
Ahead
—Warns Rebel Leader

INDONESIA.
Chi Minh, leader of the

The Ambassador said:
“Not being a financial expert, T
cannot understand this mystery:
but the fact remains that in June
1949, when we signed the agree<
ment, £97 was the equivalent of
330 United States dollars, whereas
alter the deva!l ation of the pound
it was equivaient to only $273.
It was the Chancellor of the Ex-
chequer himself i: the famous
Commons debate on the day after
devaluation who stated officially ;
|thet during ne_otiations in June,
1949, the agreevient of the British




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Government Fad promised the] vietminh insurgent regime in
Argentine Government that in the | Indo-China has warned his guer-
event or the devaluation of the]! iflas to expect “harder and greater
pound the price they were paying] battles,” aceording to a report by
foc Argentine meat would be re-}a Communist new China news
vised. In spite of numergus_re-}| agency picked up in London

!quests from the Argentine Govy- ln a message to his soldiers, he

ernment for the fulfillment of this
promise nothing was done, and
months passed until the opening of
negotiations during the second
year of the contract in April last.

said he had instructed his High
Command to reward troops “whose
services in recent battles deserve
merit. But he said that they should
not be “conceited and complacent
over our victories or underestim-
ate our enemy.

“The recent victory was noth-
ing but the first step towards com-
plete victory,” he said,

‘Yraining committees would be
set up “to review the execution of
our offensive schemes” and In-
crease the guerillas’ fighting pow-
ers, he declared.

In the meantime my Govern-
ment once again showing their
aeep feelings of friendliness to-
wards the people of this country
continued to ship meat. until the
end of the first year contract—
that is, up to the end of June,
1950, invoicing meat at £97
subject to readjustment promised









by the British Government. —Reuter
Increased Price _— *
Even accepting the hypothesis
that the new meat price would Men Only
not be increased in proportion to
the devaluation of the pound as' LONDON.

The 70 residents of tiny Fair
Isle, off the northern tip of Scot-
land, waited hopefully for news
from the island maternity home.
No baby girls had been born
there for 20 years. The announce-
ment from the maternity home:
“Two more boys.” —I.N.S.

we argued it should be, it is certain
that if the British Government
had fulfilled their promise to}
revise the meat price this would
ae. have been’ more than
£97,

What happened then? To our



astonishment, ati the opening of

negotiations for the second year .

of contract we learned that the FELL 26FT. DIES
3ritish Government proposed a (From Our Own Correspordent)
price of £90 per ton and PORT-OF-SPAIN.

Morris Mitchell, of San Fernan-
do fell to his death from a 26-foot
scaffold to a concrete flooring at

appeared to forget their promised
revision for the last part of the
year.

The reduction does not seem|the new San Fernando Roman
very much if you only look at} Catholic Church now in construc-
£97 and £90 but I con-| tion.

vert these figures to their real
, equivalent in dollars—as should
) be done because of the comparison
with the dollar which is standard
for all international prices—then
; the British proposal can be seen!
{in its actual proportions for 390
| dollars per ton which they paid
}in June 1949 they are now trying
to pay 352 dollars a 40 per cent
reduction in the actual purchasing}
power of our meat.

a

Ministry of Food, tonight will

confirm what I have said.
Price Affects C.O.L.

“We need not try to scrutinize
the reason which lies behind this
incomprehensible attitude on the
pert of the British Government.

he Minister of Food himself has
explained with clearness what it
is: The price of Argentine meat
cannot be increased, nor can that

j from th ominions,. bal
_ When the matter is looked at/ from 18s. Ror een any Se
in this light you can understand] crease in price of these foods will

affect the cost of living index of
the British people.
“Far be it from me to criticise

General Peron became President

why for the first time since
of my country the opposition in



our Parliament—which has so| this humanitarian aim of the Brit-
often been against him—is| ish Government. I represent the
|} heartily supporting him in _ his Government of General Peron
jrefusal to accept the British] Whose aim is to raise the standard
| sronostel of living of our people, and look
|! Absurd as the British offer] @tter their welfare. But the sur-
i appeared the Seition wad prising things about the theory of
; Pp ‘ithe Minister of Food is that he

“worsened by the claim of British
{negotiators that this price of £90
per ton should be applied tc
Peron intervening between the
two contracts which was contrary
jto all the precedents of the nine
previous bulk purchases in whic,
the general principle — always
accepted by both Governments—

wants to maintain a higher stand-
ard of living of the British people
without giving thought to the
lower standard of living of the
Argentine, Danish, New Zealand
or Australian people which would
certainly come about if they have
to sell their products at a loss and
at the same time pay record prices
was that the price of the previous| which other commodities and
contract was to be applied to the; manufactured goods are fetching
intermediate period subject to re-jin world markets, many of them
adjustment. Sir Henry Turner, | originating from this country or
former Meat Controller of the ‘from the sterling area.—Reuter.

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Butler Disappointed, Police Chiefs

With Governor's
Speech

(From Our Own Correspondent

| PORT. OF-SPAIN Oct. 21.
| Hundreds of Butlerites from all

over Trinidad came to Woodford
Square, waving palms and with
lunch baskets, to follow the pro-
ceedings of the ceremonial open-
ing of the new Legislative Coun-
cil. There were «many banners,
several of them bearing paintings
of their “Chief” Uriah Butler,
while others bore inscriptions such
as “Long Live Indian and African
Unity,” and “Crown Colony Rule
Must Go.”

After the ceremonies were over
Butler went to the Square fol.
lowed by members of his party.
| The Hon. Pope McLean, Butlerite,
| Was lifted shoulder high, and as
‘Butler walked to the bandstand,
{the gathering waved palms and
; chanted hymns. Hon, Mitra Sina-
nan, addressed the gathering and
said, “Unfortunately the Butler
Party did not gain a working!
majority at the last election, but
I am happy to tell you, and I re-
joice in telling you that despite the
fact that we did not get what we
expected, we have a number ot}
independents and other grr



parties who have declared their
willingness to throw in their poli-
tical lot with the members of the
Butler Party”,

Hon. Butler addressed the gath-
ering for several hours. He said: ,
“I have come fram the Council
to report to you, and IT shall do
so every Friday and after every
general meeting. My report to you
to-day is this: I am very bitterly
disappointed with the speech made
by the Governor a few minutes
ago.”’ He went on, “Tell the coun.
try, tell fhe masters of our country
that they are not wanted. Uriah
Butler both in and out of the
Council will move heaven and hell
for the people to. . . . ” His voice
was drowned by the loud cheers

The Hon, Chanka Maharaj who
has once more returned to the
fold of the Butler Party, said in
a speech, that he regretted very
much the absence of Dr, P. Solo-
mon, He denounced al] those who
took bribes to vote,

Hon. Ranjit Kumar said: ‘Five
capitalists have been elected to
the Executive Council but nct one
of the workers’ representatives.

One youth declared: “I ain’t
see nobody in there as good as
Ramadhin and Valentine,” while
another man said; “I hope the
politics are as good as their looks.”

NO COMMENT

‘From Our Own Correspondent)
PORT-OF-SPAIN, T’dad.

Hon. Malcolm H. Davis, elected
member for St. Kitts accom-
panied by Mrs. Davis, attended the
Legislative Council] ceremony. In
an interview with the Press, Mr.
Davis said that the Leeward
Islands were very badly treated
by the Colonial Development Cor-
poration, He declared that the
islands had no offer from the Colo-
nial Development Corporation. in,
any form, “and we are sore about
it”. He said that the Leewards
were interested in putting up a
syrup factory in Nevis, but to es-
tablish such a factory, “we need
some assistance’. Mr, Davis fre-
frained from making any com-
ments on the demonstration which
was carried out in the island when



Governor Blackburne arrived.



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| White Rhinos
Counted

JOHANNESBURG,

A census of white rhinos,
which are among the world’s
rarest animals, has been carried
out in Zululand, their only re-
maining home.

The white rhino is the second
largest of all land animals—next
to the elephant.

It is not white and is different
from the black rhino only in its
larger size and its square lip,
compared with the blaek one’s
triangular lip.

The census took place in the
Umfolosi Game Reserve, and
was carried cut by three white
game rangers and 75 natives,

In open country each native
was spaceti so that he could see
his companions on each side. In
thick bush they kept within
shouting distance.

Result of the count was 557
white rhinos.










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Disobey Orders

VIENNA, Oct. 23

Three district police command
ers in the Russian occupied par
of Vienna today squatted in thet
offices. and refused to obey a sus-
pension order by the Vienna polic
chief.

Backed by the Russians the:
were still issuing orders, but thei
suborditwates in turn were refusin;
to accept them, according to hig!

offic! of the Austrian Ministr)
of the Iterior.
The Austrian Government wa:

expectéd to protest to the Allied
ae over this apparent dead-
ock.

The tnree police chiefs were

suspended last Friday and arder-,

ed to appear before a disciplinar

court for “continual refusal 1
obey orders “during the recent
Communist led strike wave
Austria

But Russian eccupation author-
ities “reinstated” them accordins
to Austrian Government official:

The Austrian Government wa:

expected to raise the matter iat
the next meeting of the Allied
Council, unless the deadlock wa

resolved before then. It was al
believed that the Austrians would
make another _ protest
alleged Russian ‘interference
Austria's internal affairs.
—Reuter.



Israel Still Without

Government

TEL AVIV

President Chaim
has asked Dr. Pinhas Rosen
Progressive party leader to tell
him nov later than tomorrow
night whether he can form
new coalition Government.

He was to have given his an-
swer today but asked the Presi
cent for more time,

He told vbe President last night
he had not yet succeeded in his
efforts to build a workable coali-

Oct, 23.
Weizmann

tion and thus end the cabinet
crisis.
Doctor Rosen, former Minister

of Justice was given the task of

forming a new Government after
the predominantly Labour cabinet
had resigned. —Reuter.



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i GEORGETOWN, B.G, Oct, 2:
} Resolutions calling on the Brit
ish Guiana Government to tak
j immediate action to relieve
\high cost of living, deplorable
jhousing and unemloyment
unanimously passed to-
ywide workers’
tions terminated
Police practical'y
ito do as the
funclassified Government employ-
fees themselves helped preserve
order during the Georgetown
parade in which 20,000 took part.
| This was the largest demon-
| stration yet witnessed in this city
land represented concerted action
| by all organized workers
Various speakers severely criti-
cised the British administration
for the lack of development ir
a reputedly wealthy country i

the
the

werk
night

count: demonstra

had no work

the past 100 years, and demanded |

a change of policy

A general strike action whic!

—_————

j

|
|

federation of |

|

would tie up public services has}
been threatened should the Gov-|

fail to meet the urgen
relieve the cost of

ernment
demand to
living. —(CP)

Butlerites May
Question Griffiths

| (From Our Own orresp ondent
! PORT-OF_ SPAIN,
{ It is reported that Legislative

members of the Butler Party wis.)

hold an emergency meeting toda)
to consider the question of refer-
ring to Mr. James Grifiths, the
‘ Secretary of State for the Colonies
‘whether the Governor's
} tion on nationalisation of
represents the official
| policy of the Labour Government



| WEEPING LADY

| From Our Own Correspondent)
PORT-OF-SPAIN, T'dad,

Councillor Louisa Cezair, mem-
ber of the Arima Borough Coun-~
| cil, wept openly when she told the
Mayor, Charles Netto, “Goodbye”,
at his last meeting at the Council
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when her turn eame to reply to
the Mayor's announcement of his
decision, that she burst into tears
and could only manage to say, “If
it must be so, let it be so. I wish
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JURIES

WHEN the Court of Grand Sessions sits
in November, it will be the first time that
there will be a single jury. By an Act of
1950 the Grand Jury which has always
been regarded in this island, for some un-
known reason, as a bulwark of justice, has
been abolished.

It was in accordance to the statute law
to summon twenty-four of these gentle-
men to whom was delegated the revision
of the bills of indictment drafted from
cases proceedings of which had been taken
by a Magistrate, and perused by the Attor-
ney General. The Grand Jury solemnly
revised the work of trained lawyers and
said whether the proceedings showed “a
True Bill” or not.

There were inherent defects in such a
system and its opponents found that its
abolition was the only effective remedy.

In future, and this will begin in the next
two weeks, there will be one jury sum-
moned. It will neither be Grand nor Petty
but will be drawn from both sections of
the Jury List which hitherto had been
kept. separate and distinct.

The new system will have the advantage
of bringing to bear on the trial of accused
persons the education and other advan-
tages of men of different outlook. It has
been the cause of much complaint in the
past that in some instances the Petty Jury
failed to grasp the arguments raised by the
Crown Law Officers and by Counsel for
the defence and in one instance, years ago,
a former Chiet,Justice carried out the find-
ings of the jury and imposed a sentence
but recommended that the prisoner be re-
leased. There will also be the added advan-
tage of having a wider circle from which to
select members of the jury. That this is
desirable was borne out by the fact that
in 1937 many members of the class from
which the Grand Jury was drawn were
summoned to attend the Court as Petty
Jurors.

At the next sitting of the Court there
will be among the number summoned
many businessmen who have hitherto
served only on the Grand Jury and who
from the nature of their business will be
asking to be excused from service. This
is purely a matter for the Court who will
jbe-guided by the cireumstances of each
applicant. On the other hand there will
be some who will have no excuse for not
serving and whom it is best to remind that
this is a service to one’s country equally
important with that of many other duties.
They will also remember that once em-
panelled they are likely to be called upon
to sit on any case which might last several
days and that they will be subject to the
same rules of the Court as the Petty Jury
of past years.

The convenience of the machinery of

justice will be the guiding factor and not

the convenience of any particular individ-
ual, and it is with this in mind that those
summoned to attend should prepare them-
selves to carry out what is an important
public function.



Release Dates

ONCE again the news release of the dis-
cussions of the West Indies Cricket Board
of Control have been the subject of criti-
cism,

It must be admitted that a section of the
Press, loudest in its condemnation of the
Board, has been so anxious, in the past, to
beat the gun that it has ignored release
dates and placed the more responsible
section of the West Indian Press at a dis-
advantage.

The Board, however, in an attempt to
place all the Press on the same footing
have inadvertently fallen into a simple
trap.

They were quite correct in holding back
the release date of a full statement of the
proceedings of the meeting; but there is
no reason why they should have withheld
a bald statement announcing whether they
had agreed to invite the Australians to
tour the Caribbean or whether a West
Indies Team proposed to visit the Anti-
podes,

Such a bald statement zould have been
cabled to the ends of the earth in a few
seconds by the various news agencies and
by individual correspondents, and the
news would have reached any newspaper
in the Commonwealth in time for publi-
cation at the same time as the Trinidad
Press.

The detailed account of the proceedings
could then have been sent by airmail to
the area Press with a release date and with
the hope that every section of the Press
would honour the release date.

The West Indies Cricket Board of Con-
trol, however, can hardly blame any sec-
tion of the Press for ignoring release dates
until such time as they have managed to
control their members in this respect.

nolder which

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Thursday is going to be a busy

day for the elected representatives per of the House of Commons this all is to subaue the floor level and

BARBADOS

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Women M.Ps Will Need
More Rouge

The King opens the new Cham-

of the people. As a matter of fact, week.

it is going to be a fairly busy day
as well for the non-elected mem-
bers of the Upper House, who
rule by caprice of birth or favour
of Governments.

It might be said that the box-
office for MPs will open at 8 a.m.
At that hour we can book our
seats by placing a card in the

marks each place in

rolders than space. —
At 9.30 we must be in our places
udthough the 's proression
10.10. If, as

ommons seems too compact at
any rate on first acquairstance.

The pageantry of the Serjeant-
at-Arms arriving from the Lords
‘o invite us to hear the Royal
Assent to a collection of Bills will
row be reduced to that gentleman
just dropping in. There simply is
eo room for his stately paces of
old.

And after the (gold and red
colouring of the Lords’ Chamber

BEVERLEY BAXTER, M-P.,

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would expect to see in Holland
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who blow our own trumpets will
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Skylight Reot

In the search for progress I un-
derstand thatewe are to have the
same temperature and the same
lighting throughout the day and

night.

Again, I am not certain that
this will meet with unrestrained
enthusiasm.

The even temperature is prob-
ably a good idea and in these
days of smal] majorities it is
probably a good thing to preserve
the health of tie members. But
we shall miss the sun that used
to shine through the windows on
us, just as we shall miss the ex-
hilaration 2f the lights coming on
when the afternoon had su led
to a misty decline.

Another effect of the skylight
roof is to give a top heavy effect
to the Chamber. In fact, with the
public gallery sweeping upwards
to a lofty level (the people will
be able to see everything now)
and the fights gleaming in the



On The Never-N ever

The Sale of Goods ‘on tick’ has Doub led since 1948 . . .

The young man redressing the
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Leave the cash price ticket. on
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niture more readily to-day than
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Add up the explanations of the
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rooms, ta iors’ and radio dealers’
shops will sign 4,000,000. hire-
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compared with barely 2,000,000

in 1948.

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the black-coat workers,” he says.
“They used to look down on hire-
purchase before the war. But
their salaries have not kept up
with living costs. They must turn
to hire-purchase now to get the
things they need.”

“We have seen a complete re-
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nishers. “Nearly seven out of ten
customers paid cash a couple of
years ago. Now scven out of ten
pay for their furniture b: n-
aknants. At first we found that
they wanted to epreath payments
over 12 months. Now they want
two years.”

Suits Too

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Gas within the radius of 34 miles
of their existing pipe line. It is
true that such a proposition was
made to the Government as a basis
for negotiations, but what actually
happened was that when my

} Company sought reasonable pro-

tection for the reservoir of the
Natural Gas Wells, the Govern-

Hy James Eartlett

of credit tailors jumped last year
from £97,000 to £156,000, and in
their i
Dunder
there are five customers now t>
every three earlier in the year
who wanted their suits on credit.
At present prices, of course, a suit
has almost something of
a capital asset. People who can
still afford to pay £20 or so for
one almost look on it that way.”

The real “victim” of this na-
tional switch of habit is the
thrifty woman who has always
hated to owe anything.

She may have been saving her
money for years so that she could
pay cash down for a washing
machine.

But her savings—even with the
interest—have never quite caught
up with the rising price of the
washing machine.

Meanwhile Mrs. Smith, her
next-door neighbour, who never
seems to be able to save a penny,
does have a washing machine
She got it two years ago on the
“never-never,” and now she owns
the thing.

He’s Worried

What do the National Savings
eople say about this fast-grow-
ing “life-on-tick” philosophy that

seems to threaten their own
thrift campaign?
National Savings have been

falling by £2,000,000 a week. But
Lord Mackintosh, the savings
chief, says: “People aren't more
jpendthrift or irresponsible. They
are just reverting to pre-wat
spending habits.”

The people most worried by ail
the new hire-purchase demands
are the small shopkeepers.

To handle a steady turnover of
£100 a week from customers who
take his goods on hire-purchase,
asmall trader must have £2,500
behind him,

He needs it to keep going and
replenish stocks for nearly 1
months before the customers can
pay back as much as he has paid
out.

ment was unable or unwilling to
give what my Company considered
to be the necessary safeguard. and’
it was because of this failure that
negotiations for a long term Lease
broke down. This inability or un-
willingness on the part of the

vernment was the result of the

overnment having, during the
course sof the negotiations which
were proceeding between the Gov-
ernment and the Company, grant-
ed to the Gulf Oil Corporation a
Licence which em ed terms
and conditions which precluded
Government from making any
satisfactory arrangement with my
Company.

The report published in the
Advocate of Wednesday 18th Oc-
tober, of the debate in the House
of Assembly on the abovemen-
tioned Bill, has Mr. Adams as
saying, quote, “the Government
was prepared to put the B.U.O.C.
in the same position as it had been

enhance the top.
a a to this un-
pleasant . Iffact when some

matter. There is no law by which
the yellow lights are to remain
unalterable, and since we are not

the night”

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PARIS.
barn-like roof, the tendency of it; Russia and some of her satellite states
a reported to be having renewed trouble
with discontented elements of their subject
peoples.

Western diplomatic advices and under-
ground intelligence reports reaching Paris
tell of rumoured trouble in the Ukraine as
well as in Czechoslovakia and Romania.

Nothing in the nature of mass uprisings
has been reported, and the incidents appear
to be on an isolated scale which would not
seem to involve any serious-threat to Soviet
or satellite control of the areas concerned.

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With green-grey Seats and a
yellowish. anent light from
the ceiling our elected represen-
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Nevertheless, the reported incidents, if
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Communist domination behind the Iron Cur-
tain.

setting?

In the theatre there is a hoary
old saying: “It will be all right on
Perhaps when the gal-
leriés are filled, thus obscuring
much of the woodwork and seats
and when Churchill's personality
illumimes the sceme and Mr. Attlee
puts his feet up for the first time
on the table, the mere power oi
personality may change the whole
impression. Let us hope so. Bui
at the moment I am more hopefv!
than confident.

Churchill Arch

Another item wiat is bound to
cause distussion is the choice of
the three statues that have been
mounted on pedestals in the mem-
bers’ lobby

They are not new, having been
in hiding for some years. The
Statesmen who have been thu:
immortalised are Joseph Chamber-
lain, Asquith and Sir William
Harcourt.

No one will question the choice
of Chamberlain that mighty cham-
pion of Empire, but some of us wil!
argue that Licyd George shoulc
have the pedestal allotted
Asquith. Bui the choice of Si
William Harcourt is surely ver)
edd. I can only account for it by
assuming that the Socialists
wanted to pay a dept of gratitude
to the Chancellor of the Excheque:
who first introduced graduatea
Geath duties, and who, in 1892
said: “We are all Socialists now.’

However, there is the Churchil
arch through which we shall pas
each day to the Chamber, mad:
of stones recovered from the
wreckage of the old House c
Commons. That is both just anc
imaginative. Nor can we be any
thing but proud of the fact thai
the Speaker’s chair and the clerk:
table, as well as other fixtures ar
gifts from the Dominions.

The Mother of Parliaments live.
on even if she will need mor
than a touch of rouge in her new
setting.

(World Copyright Reserved.)

—L.E.S.

According to one unconfirmed report re- il
‘ceived in Paris, the Communist Government }!
if Czechoslovakia has requested Russia to |!
vend a Soviet division from Hungary to];

Bratislava. WILKINSON

This reported decision to ask for Soviet
nelp is said to have been taken as a result
of the continuation of widespread riots and
abotage in Slovakia, where the Communists
have experienced troubje ever since they
seized control of Czechoslovakia in the
Spring of 1948.

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think the psychological effect of the mere
presence of a Russian division in Bratislava
would serve to quell the rebellious spirit of
the people.

One of the reasons for the spirit of resist-
nce in Slovakia is said to be the presence
there of numerous anti-Soviet Ukrainians
who fled from Russia and have formed out-
law bands. :

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Other reports reaching Paris ‘state that
renewed resistance to the Communist regime
in the Ukraine led recently to the arrest of
about 2,000 persons in the Kiev area.

Most of these people are said to have been
accused of sabotage in connection with agri-
cultural and industrial production.

Crop deliveries are reportedly below ,the
quotas demanded by the government, while
metallurgical products are said to have been
found defective in many instances.

According to the reports reaching Paris, a
special. detachment of the. MVD, Soviet
Secret Police, under command of a Colonel
Maroutine, was sent to Kiev from Moscow
to conduct an investigation.

This Colonel is said to have reported back
to Moscow that the trouble was due chiefly
to the secret arrival in the Ukraine this
summer of Ukrainian Nationalists who were
released from war prisoner camps in West-
ern Germany. The latter apparently were
among those Ukrainians who fought with
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He cannot get his backing from
the bank manager. The bank:
take their cue from the T>easur;
—which frowns on hire-purchas
trading.

Smaller manufacturers who
might have helped the shopkeep-
er by giving him longer credi'
on the goods they supply to him
are just as badly hit. They can-
not get money themselves fror
the vanks or the finance houses

The general manager of one of
these finance houses commented
“Quite apart from the Treasury’:
view, you can’t blame us fo!
lending our money to the bie
organisations. It means less risk
and less cost than if we -sprear
it around to a lot of small firms.’

Their Excuse

Among the 1,353 people wh:
have gone bankrupt during th:
first nine months of this year
there is the recurring excuse:

*I would have been all right if
I could have collected the money
owing.”

Every day more customers are
shops to big
stores by “easy terms.”

The old scandals of pre-war
days are being forgotten. The
Hire Purchase Act of 1938 pro-
tects the 1950 customer.

A housewife no longer has te
watch her precious three-piece
suite whipped away from her
because she cannot pay the last
two or three pounds owing on it
Instalments can no longer mount
up to nearly double the actual
cash pricey

Unless, of course, she is buying
more than’ £100-worth. The Act
does not protect her then.

But most of the men in the
hire-purchase business are con-
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tries if the Soviet Union became involved
in a major war with the West.

Persistent reports that the overwhelming
majority of the people in the satellite states |)
remain opposed, even though passively at
present, to Soviet domination also contri-|'
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many goods tof&y costing five

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As will be seen from. the fore-| Vienna is in smiles to-day. ) Nestles Vegetables Foods. . Puffed Wheat.
going, the Government had put > i Quaker Oats.
itself in such a Position yeith the} Not to a State Treaty. ' Shredded Wheat.
orporation a was i { rape uts.
impossible for Government to do Not to the end of censorship. . J. & R. Bread and Cakes.
that whe ee Adams had out-| Not to the easing of occupation costs.
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that the question of Nationalisa-
tion— although it was the policy

The Soviets are allowing the shipment of }}
a new bell for St. Stephen’s Cathedral to

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of the Government— never arose] pass from the Americ ia 1} Ox Tails.
until the B,U.O.C. brought it up. P x ‘ ot come of Austria { Brains.
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TUESDAY,

OCTOBER

~

24, 1950



Vestry Wants £3,500 Cr

Loan From Government siovs: wirsins ora.

TO PAY BACK MONEY

THE SOL:CITORS of the Vestry of St. Michael may now

go ahead with the drafting

of the Bill to be sent to the

Legislature, empowering the Vestry to borrow the money

to pay back pay for 1948-49 to day labourers and members

of the unestablished staff employed by the Commissioners

of Health.

This decision was taken by the Vestry at their meeting |Mr. G. L. Taylor, varied the de-

yesterday.



Seaman’s Inquiry |

Adjourned

The inquiry

into the circum- | however,

The giving of the back pay was

Commissioners and approved by
| the Vestry at their meeting a few
weeks ago.

When the Vestry met yesterday,
Mr. E. D. Mottley,

stances surrounding the death of| M.C.P., brought to the attention

Cecil Webster, a
Antiguan seaman, was adjourned
sine di: by Mr. A. J. H. Han-
schell, Ccroner of District “A,”
yesterday.

Cecil Webster was found ceed
in his cabin on the schooner
“Everdene” on Friday, October 20

The only evidence was taken
from Capt. Nathan Tannis of Det-

qua, St. Vincent, and master of} sym 1

the Schooner “Everdene’” now in
the careenage.

He said that Cecil Webster was |
a sailor on his ship. He was sign-
ed on at St. Vincent on Septem-
ber 29. On October 19 after the
“Everdene” had reached Barbados
he saw Webster leave the ship to
go into the town, He appeared to
be in good health.

About 6 a.m. on October 20 he}
went into Webster’s cabin and saw
him lying on his back dead. He |
then left the ship and reported
the matter to the Bridge Post. |
Later the same day at about 2.30!
p.m. he went to the Public Mor- !
tuary where he identified the body
to Dr. A. S. Cato, who performed
a post morte



Lumber Goes —
To Speightstown

Over eight thousand pieces of
pine lumber from Halifax were
landed at the inner basin on
Sunday. The lumber arrived by
the 4,015-ton steamship “Alcoa
Pioneer” which is on a southbound
voyage from Canada,

Waterfront workers were quick-
ly removing the lumber from the
wharf yesterday to lumker yards
of the City. The inner basin was
congested with the lumber early
yesterday but by evening, most
of it was gone,

The Speightstown schooners
“Margaret” and “D. A. Pierce”
were being made fast to the wharf
shortly after midday to take loads
of it to Speightstown.

1,500 Bags Of Rice

One thousand, five hundred
bags of rice arrived for Barbados
from British Guiana on Sunday by
the 74-ton schooner “Lucille M.
Smith”.

Schooner “Rosarene”’, 60 tons
net, was another week-end arrival
from British Guiana. A cargo of
156 tons of firewood and 960 bags
of charcoal was brought here by
the two vessels.

Quantities of fruit and cocoa-|
nuts from St. Lucia arrived yes-
terday by the 46-ton motor vessel
“Lady Joy”, while from British
Guiana mcre firewood and char-
coal arrived by the schooner |
“Marion Belle Wolfe.”



$480 LIFTED

(From Our Own Correspondent)
ANTIGUA,
Miss Gertrude O’Neal of

O’Neal’s Drug Store has recently
returned to Antigua after a holi-
day in the Virgin Islands and St.
Kitts. She was greeted with the
news that $480 had been stolen
from the cash in her shop. A few
days later a newspaper boy who

23-year-old |





‘this would be used up
;purehase of modern scavenging
jequipment which was now heing

| report



worked for her was arrested. A
new bicycle, gold wrist watch,
tropical suiting, dress material
and $329 cash was found in his
possession. He had also booked
his passage to leave the island.



TORTOLA GETS
FOUR LAUNCHES

(From Our Own Correspondent)
ANTIGUA,
Since the destruction of the
Government owned motor launch
Kate in the Br. Virgin
Islands last November, private
enterprise has entered the busi-
ness very keenly and Tortola
now has four launches in service
among the islands, ‘Joan of Are’
the fastest of them can carry a
hundred passengers
to St. Thomas in two hours.

PROGRESS REPORT
U.S. Workers’ Savings Branch —
Labour Department to the 30th
September, 1950.

RECEIVED +. $3,092,394 49
ISBURSED :
PiRemitted to B.W.1.C.L,0. 4,669 63
Refunded to Barbados
Government 71,468 37
Paid to Returned Workers 2,260,779 20
Paid to Workers’ Allottees 496,307 64

Paid Court Dues 602 72



$2,833,827 St ;
“258, amendment to the effect that 1!
ee ee ee strate be “their maximum in their

$3,092,394 49 grade.”

L. A. CHASE, f Mr. Mottley opposed the
io ‘. ; Manager, svatement “15 oegel and ; said
75 NOE | EO eee that the principle had — always
Labo th Ontober, 1950 been that an empoyee should be

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ot members that they had not
settled the question as to how the
money was to be paid back. He
was suggesting that this be done
then as no further steps in the
matter could be taken until that
decision had been reached.

Mr. Mottiey then moved that the
Legislature be approached with a
view to the Vestry borrowing a
m not exceeding £3,500, to be
paid back over a period of ten
years at an interest not exceeding
4 per cent, the first instalment to
be paid in 1Â¥03,

This was agreed to and it was
decided to instruct the solicitors

| accordingly.

A letter from the Parochial
Treasurer drew the Vestry’s at-
tention to their credit balances at
Barclays Bank, the Royal Bank of
Canada and the Candian Bank of
Commerce described as in-
operative.

At the Royal Bank of Canada
there is the credit balance ci
$21,614.58 and at the Canadian
Bank of Commerce a_ credit
balance of $655.90 in connection
with the Nightengale Home. Re-
ferring to these figures § Mr.
Mottley pointed out that the latter
was the balance from the amount
for the establishment of the
Nightengale Home and the other
amount that which had _ beer
given by Dr. Nightengale for the
Home. When Dr. Nightengale’s
gift had been presented however,
the Vestry had already approach-
ed the Legislature to make a loan
for the purpose,

Now tha, there was need for
surther accommodation for echil-
dren at the Home and ‘he Vesiry
were asking Government to give
assistance in this, he did not see
why they could not use these
amounts for the purpose. He
would therefore suggest that a
committee be appointed to go into
the matter as to the best means
of spending the money for the
purpose,

Mr. MeD. Symmonds said that
he realised the Nightengale Home
was a means of giving an oppor-
tunity to some of the poorest
children in the colony. Any
money spent on it was sure to
yield big dividends in the long
run, because the training at the
Home helped to mould the char-
acter of these children and make
of them good citizens. He there-
fore had great pleasure in second-
ing the motion

The Vestry agreed and it was
decided to appoint as the Com-
mittee: The Guardians, the Chair-
man, Mr. Fred Goddard, M.C.P.,
and Mr. E. D. Mottley, M.C.P.

As regards a credit balance of
$4,473.89 at Barclays Bank in

| connection with scavenging equip-

ment, Mr. Mottley explained that
in the

ordered.

The Vestry adopted an interim
by vhe commissioners of
Health on the subject of dis _
trict markets with a plan for
the purchase by Government of
an area in the Surtle Street dis-
trict.

The Churchwarden said that
he could not speak too highly
cf the recommendation of this
area for a distric’y market. Sx_
teen buildings there were delapi-
dated, rat infested and horrible
dwellings. In the purchase of
this site, they would be cleaning
up that slum area and establish-
ing a district market, killing
two birds with one stone, as a4
matver of fact.”

The Vestry were unanimous
in their approval of the site and
decided to recommend it to
Government for the purpose in_
tended.

A leiter from
Secretary informed the Vestry
that funds have been prov ded
for effecting the necessary re-
pairs to the breakwater at vhe
Princess Alice Playing Field,
and that the work would be un_

the Financial

dertaken by the Colonial En-
gineer.
The Clerk was instructed (o

reply expressing the thanks of
the Vestry to the Government.

The Vestry began considera.
tion of Mr. T. W, Miller’s movion
that all parochial employees who
have been in the service for 15
years or more and are not in re-
ceipt of the maximum salary be
raised to their maximum as has
been done inthe case of other
employees at a previous meeting
of the Vestry.

Mr. Weatherhead suggested an

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BARBADOS ADVOC



ossed Studs:
Fined £5

| Kins Gap, Westbury Road, did not |
| profit by an appeal he made to the |
Assistant Court of Appeal against |
a decision of His orship Mr. |
C. L. Walwyn of District “A”
| Police Court. Mr. Walwyn fined
Wiltshire £2 for dangerous driv-
ing and ordered endorsement of
his licence. Wiltshire appealed, |
and the Court of Appeal yester-
day, presided over by Their Hon
ours Mr. J. W. B. Chenery and

cision and increased the fine to!

One police corporal and two}
— gave evidence ainst
iltshire who had pleaded not
guilty. They said that Wiltshire |
on August 31 this year while driv-
ing the car M-1254 around a curve |
by Holman’s in Fontabelle, crossed
over by about three feet the studs
that are in the middle of the road.
They said the car was being
driven at about 30 miles an hour.
Two bicycles were being ridden
in the same direction in which the
car was going—towards the coun-
try. The driver of the car passed |
out the bicycles and crossed over !|
the studs in doing so. |
Mr. Walwyn ordered Wiltshire
to pay the £2 in 14 days or go to
prison for a month. The Court of
Appeal’s fine of £5 must be paid
in two equal monthly instalments

Local

ope .

Bailiff Fined £16

A FINE of £10 to be paid by
instalments or in default three
months’ imprisonment with hate
labour was imposed on 42-year-
old James Gill of Carrington’s Vil-
lage yesterday by His Worship '

Mr. H. A. Talma for larceny as a
bailiff. , '

in pale yellow with a bold
appliqued in black.

Furniture Wanted |





_ He pleaded guilty to the offeace : Fo W
which was committed on Ociober P Y. -C.A.
Gid'Gin "piter baring Wemnisbns |i er se aes Meeting at the
trusted with a goat, the property | offic em aa a oS ae A:
of Elkanal Griffith of Wellington | Gecided to "res Take building
> Vistas : > J aine
Street, sold the goat which is “G,ynville” at Pinfold Street a:

valued at $30. ‘the headquarters for the Y.W.C.A

Gill, speaking in his own de-;
fence, asked r. Talma to b: | The Committee hopes to open the
lenient with him as he had noth- leadquarters in early December
ing ed before against him and will gveatiy. appreciate gifts
He said he didn’t know what got of furniture and other equipment
into him to make him do such a | Suitable for this purpose.
thing. | Anyone desirous of helping «

Sgt. King prosecuted for the contact Mrs. D. H. Ward,
police. tary of the Y.W.C.A,

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Gas Station Fell From Tree: Injured
gardener of Quaker’s Road, Car-
vington’s Village, fell from a tall

THE Advocate yesterday found | Road, St Michael, yesterday, and
a gasolene servide station in a]! got severe cuts on his chin, He

I B : ds t Clement Wiggins, 17-year-old
tree in the woods along Welches
was taken to the General Hospital

drug store and a doll’s house in a r
dry good’s store. The drug tore ( and detained.
1 ;
was the Phoenix Pharmacy and) Wiggins was picking "ium

Costa's, There is also a farm at| When he fell.

Da Costa’s and at the Pharmacy.
T ey are being exhibited in the
glass cases of the two stores,

The service station will be the
first prize for the Raffle being
held by Mrs. J. H, Wilkinson in
aid of the Old Ladies’ Home, and
the farm will be second prize.

The station is equipped with
many modern fittings. There are
facilities for applying the H.L
Test, there is space for parking
on the roof and an elevator to
take you there, Coca Cola can be
had while you are waiting, and
there are the usual things like
pumps and a hoist,

Modern fittings are also found
in the doll’s house, The house has
two floors, and some of the articles
in it are, a tricycle, a perambula-
tor, toilet and bath, stools, tables
end chairs, a refrigerator and a
reading lamp.

The farm contains some
magnetic toys much in
these days. There is a cow drink-
ing water from a trough, a pail
into which the cow is to be milked |

for very obvious

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of the
vogue
less to the weakest
and delightful to

a magnetic pig with equally mag-
netic sucklings, floating duckr
and along with all these a big
barn,









in the service for 20 years or
more, One case of 15 years had
Leen approved )
reasons. He would agree with the
motion if Mr, Miller changed the
figure to 20 years. Mr. Miller
agreed vo both suggestions. Fur_
ther discussion was postponed
until next meeting.











ONE OF THE EXHIBITS at Queen's Park.

In Embroidery

On Exhibition At Queen’s Park
THE MOST STRIKING EXHIBIT at the Arts and

Crafts Embroidery Exhibition which opened at Queen's
Park at 1 o’clock yesterday afternoon is a table cioth

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: TO-DAY’S



ARTS AND CRAFT

Seenes

design of bread fruit leaves

The most intricate in workman-
ship is the wall hanging depicting
whart side scenes with a number
of buildings in the back ground
and schocners in the foreground
Beth of these exhibits weve de-
signed by Mrs. Golde White,
President of the Barbados Arts
and Crafts.

The exnibits are all of local
designs submitted by Mrs. G
White, Miss K. Hawkins, Mrs

H. A. Vaughan, and Mrs. G. Bel-
grave, and for the past 44 months,
four girls and a supervisor have

been employed preparing for
the exhibition,

It comprises luncheon _ sets
kitchen aprons, towels, picnic

cloths, wall hangings, beach “bags,
guest towels, table cloths and nap-
kins which are all for sale.

The idea of these projects was
originated by Mrs. H. A. Vaughan,
District Welfare Officer and the
Arts and Crafts readily accepted
it because they felt that if the
exhibition proved successful, they
might be able to start a mino1
industry for girls and one which
would supply the demand of the
tourist for local handicrafts which
convey something of the ordinary
life of Barbadians and are not
just copies of European or Amer-
ican designs.

Scenes From Local Life

There is a luncheon set design -

ed by Mrs. G. White depicting)

local life, Each mat _carr'e:
a different design as _ follows
a fruit seller, a fish boy on ¢

and a buyer in an argument, ©
nut seller with flies over thr
sweets, a donkey cart with potato
slips

Another luncheon set designed
by Miss Hawkins shows a mah
throwing a fish net out to sea, &
yacht with two ovcupants and
a huckster,

One of the exhibits on the wall
is a beach bag designed by Mrs

Gwen Belgrave in white cora
with a fish on a blue black
ground, An interesting feature

of this exhibit is the white cellulai
which has been used for the ap-
plique work in order to conve;
the idea of the coral.

There are some embroidered
strips depicting local landscap:
scenes and these can be used fo
curtains, bedspreads cr wall hang-

stomach, stimulating
the Palate. Fresh

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Pioneer and will be returning tc
England on Wednesday on the
S.S. Gelfito. He is staying at tne
Ocean View Hotel.

He said that the Police Forc

in St. Lucia, is mainly compose. |

f

ond

friends.

was forced to return home at the |
beginning of the year owing to |





bicycle, another with a fish seller!




Ok OO SOOO SSLOLOO SOI AAA BO RF

ATE

'40 Barbadians
In St. Lucia
Police Force

THE St
over

PAGE FIVE



Lucia Poli
200 men has

e Force will
a very goo
repre entation of Barbadian yout
numbering 40, Lt., Col., E. M. \
James, Cnief of Police of tha
colony, told the Advocate yester
day.

Lt., Col, James who is now oi
leave prior to retirement, arrive
here on Saturday on the Alcoa!





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of young men of the right typ: |
who are keen and show very gooc
promise. The Force is a very hap-
py one with a well establishe<
esprit de corps.

Not so long ago he said thai
Col., Michelin and he had discus
sions regarding a Schoo! for the
training of policernen of the Wind
wards, Leewards and Barbados
Md a scheme had been prepare:
that

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HAND MODEL $85.50
TREADLE $141.00

CREDIT TERMS ARRANGED

suggesting a school be
tablished on the Morne, a very
healthy site above the town o
Castries in the old army buildings

The School would be capable oi
training at least 200 men a year
and when all the Government
concerned have studied the pro-
posals and costs, there was no
reason why a start should not be
made,

Training School

It is a most essential thing for

he

es



Police Forces of the island ?

concerned to have a permanen!
the islarrds
keep the
chool going all the year round,

He said that St. Lucia wa
chosen because was the most
central island with excellent com
munications for the School and it
has the most suitable location for
such a School.

After serving

fraining School
idividually cannot

as

it

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in the Palestine
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1948 to reorganise the Police Force
subsequent to the disastrous fire
June 1948
He said that he liked St. Luci:
while there he made

His wife

ASCP P SSFP SASF SSS

many
unfortunately

ill health and should she recover. |
he hopes to return to the West |
Indies where he will settle either |
in St. Lucia or Barbados.



“ALCOA PIONEER"
BRINGS FLOUR

The S.S. “Alcoa Pioneer” dis-
harged here on Sunday some 750
bags of flour, 464 bags of oats, 720
yvmpty barrels and a quantity of
poultry feed from Canada, It left
port during the night for St, Vin-
cent. It is consigned locally to }
Messrs, DaCosta & Co., Lid, |



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ings. In addition, there is a|
Barbadian landseape scene work- |
ed in bright blues, greens and
yellows and this gives the appear-
ance of a Mexican art.
| Also exhibited is a picnic cloth
| with sea shells in outline and «a
variety of kitchen aprons, som
carrying designs of a coalpot and
flying fish jumping out of a frying
pan; some with tropical fruit anc
flowers and some with a hibiscus

more delicious with
design.

In the centre of the room, there

is a table with smaller article





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Every sweet is

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! consisting of a variety of tray!

cloths showing flamboyant trees,
palm trees, breadfruit, flying fish,
seascapes and figure studies ol
' local life, '

The exhibition continues daily
until Saturday, October 28 from
9 a.m. until 4 p.m. |

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—SAYS GRANDMA |

Backache is a misery that strikes many |
women in middle life, But if you could
see Mrs. W. H. of Welland, Ont.,
a grandmother well past 60, working in
her neat little home, day after Tey,
Na would really appreciate how muc!
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to relieve backache!

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conditions at once—containg special |
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In EXCALIBUR SHOES FOR GENTS

We have them in BROWN SUEDE with Crepe Soles and
BROWN SUEDE and GREY SUEDE SEMI BROGUES
ALSO

BLACK BOX CALF ~ BLACK VICI KID
BROWN WILLOW CALF OXFORDS

Prices from $13.13 to $14.02
CAVE SHEPHERD Co., Ltd

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AS is a Two-tone Gimped Brogue. Tied to every
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TUESDAY, OCTOBER 24, 1959 “=



CLASSIFIED ADS.|


















































































Ss INCOF tu {BIDE ~a RBON ; “ 7 = ne ee
i, TELEPHONE an08 «id PORATED, ~~ corporation organized | GOnRORT ee APPLICATIONS for Trade Apprenticeship Bursaries in respect} ROYAL NETHERLANDS “_
nore, . and eeeing usaer the laws, of the |} ised gana existing under the laws ot] Of the calendar year 1951 will be received up to 15th November, 1950, STEAMSHIP co M.V. “T.B. Radar” will accept
i * ate o elaware, whose rade or 1e© ©State New Y p Sta . - oO ‘
DIED PURLIC SALES bukine, is Sle Motlncr htenie, Wow!) of Amati wines Geke Cn emen| ot the Public Works Department. ___SAELING FROM 7 Locke. nit ‘Yaseen cemieie” see
- eer eens ele med ee ae Saees = East, dina Street. New 2. Applications must be made on the prescribed form, copies of| i "eee Se ee ne Date of departure will
é F s _ Ne ‘oF ed States ‘ : eae ; s BL 21s stobe: e notifie
BEBVERGticherd Yesterday at his AUCTION mark in Part “A” of Register in con-| America has applied for the registration| Which may be obtained on application to the Public Works Depart-! 4 Vessel 26u,. October. Ist November M.V. ‘“Moneka” will accept
residence, Paynes Bay. The funeral nection with all kinds of foods and m-| of a trade mark in Part “A” of Register| me SAILING FROM AM Cargo and Passengers for Domi-
will la’ : eR nt STERDAM
la late residence this} BY instruction of the Rev. Worrell, 1] gredients of foods and will be entitied| im connection with electric dry bat ; See : & DOVER nica, Antigua, Montserrat, Nevis
af = Poloek for Paynes Bay | wil’ sell at St. Matthews Girls’ School] to register the same after one month] teries and will be entitled to regis- 3. It is expected that the examination of candidates for these} i. “ORANJESTAD isth Novem- and St. Kitts. Sailing Friday
rch and thence to Si./ near HOTHERSAL TURNING on Fri-| from the 23rd day of October ter the same after one month from] bursaries will take place s jay during the first week in December. | >*" we
Ja ‘Cemetery. Gee Meth. wet wis BO SRAMEE: O04 E een sense Darues ahall Gn the 0 i le ed og lec fem | bursaries will take place some day during the first week in December. 5 ccsiaaine aaeaaiein M.V. “Daerwood” will accept
ZULEIKA. Sty coasts shingled house 20 x 10 x 8 with shed,| gwe notice in duplicate to me y| some person shall in the meantime 4. A notification of the date of the examination will be sent} ° , Bane nt SAT y amaama rach Cargo and Passengers for St.
. kitehen, an outofice — TO BE RE- office of opposition of such regiStration.| give notice In duplicate to me at ty} to those applicants (who satisfy the requisite conditions of age, char- ms. “HERCTLIA" 2th, ‘October Paes ae ee — =
MOVED. If required can be sold i/ The trade mark can be seen on appii-| office of opposition of such registration : % 8.8. “COTTICA” 20th. Octot uba. Da of departure will
: parts.. Terms Cash. ARCHER MU | cution at my office | The trade mark can be seen on appii-| acter and Education) at the address given on the Application Form. SAILING TO TRINIDAD AND. bee " in
THANKS KENZIE, Auctioneer Dated this 23rd day of October 1450 | ontion at my office (Sgd.) H. G, WEEKES MARACAIBO CITY Cargo una waned r Dor:
21.10.50—5n. H. WILiJAMS, Dated this 2rd day of October 1950 ; , seatanty , m.s, “HE®4* 24th. October nica, Antigua, Monteatfat, Nevis
- Registrar of Trade Mark H. WILLIAMS, Sec! , : 4 y
fe sineerely thank all those who 4.0 30 an Registrar of Trade Marks B i , ini SAILING TO MADEIRA, PLYMOUTH, ot eee
the funeral, sent wreaths and UNDER THE IVORY HAM St etc liceet peer ak cern 24.19 .50-—Sn ‘oard of Industrial Training, BEE EA eg oh age ores aL scucciin OWNERS’ a
in other ways expressed their sympathy ME Hinman? SatOEieene C/o Public Works Department ma. “OBANJELTAD® 20th. October. " '
. Assoc. INC.
in the death of our, beloved mother) 5. iistructi : TAKE 5. PB. MUSSUN, SON & ©O. LID. '
Whe died October “20th. THERISA | ,,By instructions received I wilt sell on NOTICE TAKE NOTICE } ia specs mee «tical papiaesaspcniomctall or
Teas be ae ae aad OFFICIAL NOTICE ms
.og| tations Ltd. Ware House Bay t. That J & P. COATS LIMITED, 2® “
Al, no Lenton, Lacas| Conosite Messre Golo & Cu “damene REXWEAR British Company, whose trade or bus‘- é
(sons), Dorothy Lucas (daughter).| SPPBIE Dork Crvetal Sugar. “Sale ar}. That D. MARSHALL & COMPANY | ness address is Ferguslie Works, Pais-| BARBADOS, IN THE COURT OF CHANCERY
aes vs jar Sa’ 2 + r : P . Pais- AR le
oe Best and ue oor p.m Terms CASH. © 8*! LIMITED, a British Company. whose] ley, Glasgow, Scotland has appliea IN PURSUANCE of the Chancery Act, 1906, I do hereby give notice to all persons 0.
(Nisees.) 109 | VINCENT GRIFFITH, a Sastnase address is 2h Mins-| £ registration of a trade mark an] having or claiming any estate, right or lenerest ot aay an « trenesnee in
The oe aly prot ~~ So ay oe ye s sep lied foe the reslercaeion of a ‘trade| with warns and. threads of all. kinds | ' ae cones a ence of their ose re me Witnesses, Sousa nts "
; 4 . St. —— ns t “A” o egisier in| and will be entitled ¢ ster the | 4% vouchers to examin y me on any Tuesday or mn the hours
tun dhaaks te a) connection with Piece goods wholly or| same after one month from the me | Of 2 noon and 3 o'clock in the afternoon at the Registration , Public Buildings, "
who attended the funeral, sent wreaths mainly of cotton or rayon and articles| day of October 1950 unless some per-| Ptidgetown before the 7th day of November, 1960 in order that such claims may
letters or in any other way ex- UNDER THE SILVER made from such piece goods including} son shall in the meantime give notice | 2° ‘Ported on and ranked according to the nature and priority thereof respectively, NEW ORLEANS SER VIOR
sympathy with them in their sheets, pillow cakes, bolster cases,| in duplicate to me at my office ot} o'&erwise such persons will be precluded from the benefits of any decree and be ne Arr.
ivement . . HAMMER blankets, and articles of clothing and} opposition of sugh registration. ‘The deprived of all claims on or against the said propery N.O. B'dea
Vera Dottin, Edia Gill, Gwen Crick, will be entitled to register the sume] trade mark ean be seen on application Plaintif: CYRIL BR OOKS S.S. “LIBERVILLZ” 28th Sept, 12th Oct.
Selwyn Gill and the ee On Thursday 26th by order of Capt foe ie ares the 2rd day ot] at my office. Det t: OR PARK BAKER
.10.50—In. i i tober un some son shail 2 . y . endant; ELEAN
} a meee, Me Will sell: Bie Furniture} i ‘the meantime give ie i aes ee ~~ poy a PROPERTY: ALL THAT certain piece or parcel of land situate at Pinfold Street
which aadiuton plicate to me at my office of opposi- Ragistsar of Seade Marks in the City of Bridgetown in this Island containing by admeasurement | NEW YORK S&RVICE
IN MEMORIAM Morris Chairs (wi ; tion of such registration. The trade 10.80—3 Two thousand one hundred and fourteen square feet or thereabouts sally Arr. of
rs (with cushions), Cocktai! 5 en 24.10. 50—3n butting and bounding on lands of T. E. Went on lands of Mrs, E. G' rf
ard ornament Tables; Very good Escrir- eee eee be seen on application ot} ——____ —_—_—__ — DeRoys on lands of Horece Savoury on lands of Mr. Posies on lands | wy. _——
doving eres of pur dear ous Cui ee Better ine Cananat Dated this 23rd day of October 1950 TAKE NOTICE ¢ Violet 2, a i aah one Pinfold Street, eforesald bah eee md ss Oe a. THULIN Nath Ox. sara Set
see wine eo CO ; ce Gatley alt in Mahooeanr: ; H, WILLIAMS the same may butt and bound Together e messuage or dwell- con bestugbitbnn einer ene csneieteaieansanag et eR
to rest on the 23r¢ of October, 1947 Rookshelf, Tea Trolley all in Mahogany: ae ~ ing house thereon called “Kenworth” and all other buildings and
Mee gee oP the cae Pye “Radio: Mullard ° Radio, Glass and Register of ‘Trade Marks. ‘iene ee ,FABRIOS | ey erections both freehold and chattel thereon erected belonging to the CANADIAN SERVICE
hina inner and Brea Ss eS; ewes amin . -“ ‘ jefendant. y
es bitter to recall, Sap Cadkaont ree. tee LUMITED, a British Company, whose} pi1) gied 19th August, 195¢ H, WILLIAMS SOUTHBOUND i
one we loved was taken Camera: Rush ‘Chains’ 4 foal ares trade or business address is 17.} Dated the 8th September, 1950. * Resistrar-in . Sails Salle Arrives
pt ane Sade call separte | Hedsteads: Springs end Slumber’ Kink TAKE NOTICE Minshull Street, Manchester, England te i wea dent Montreal See aan
- has applied for the registration of $.8. “ALCOA PIONEER” October Wh October 1th October 20th
Yeu'll live forever in our hearts. Mattresses; ; very nice rade ot, MA a "” stober { >
Taitt and Holder families, Herby et Petey aes. Bedside “BLUE CROSS” Supine ees aa Be A ae s.s ALCOA PARTNER October 27th October 30th Re enes 10th
Clarke (husband). 24.10.50—In. | Basnted Pd ine ghee Peas That GENERAL MILK SALES, INC goods wholly or mainly of cotion NORTHBOUND
Ae White Painted Bedstead Spring and a corporation of the State of Delaware,}| OF rayon and = articles made from J Arrives
Reape —eeenenmen Mattress, Canvas Cot; Kitchen Cabiner:| United States of America, whose trade] such piece goods including sheets, pil- . ~ = Barbados } ;
_ Larder, Gate-leg Tea Table and Chairs| 2" business address is 19, Rector Strect,g low cores, bolstfar cases, bganiyets, T's 7 H S§.S. “ALCOA PARTNER” October 10th For St, JOHN, St. Lawrence “
FOR SALE all painted Green; G. F Refrigerator New York, State of New York, United/ and articles of clothing and will be | | River Ports.
(New Unit); Good ‘Coal Stove; Of] Stove} States of America has applied for the] entitled to register the same after one ns | $.5. “ALCOA PEGASUS” October 21st For St. Lawrence River Barts.
Kilichen Tables; Service Washing Machin« nemistration of a trade mark in Part “A” mossh frotn the 23rd day ee Optotne rN 1 AN. | 8.8. “ALCOA POLARIS" October Bist For St. Lawrence River Ports.
‘good). : ° wister in connection with ali 60 unless some person shall in ne + ‘ =e
AUTOMOTIVE — fe Tone food products, including milk, butter,] meantime give notice in duplicate to These vessels have limited passengers accommodation.
BRANKER TROTMAN cheese, sweetened condensed milk,}| me at my office of opposition of such
CAR—1940 Sedan Hillman, (T—92). . & CO. | unsweetened evaporated milk, eva-| registration. The trade mark can be ) Apply: DA COSTA & CO. LTD. —Canadian Service.
Dial 2890. 24.10.50—3n Auctioneers | porated skimmed milk, condensea] seen on application at my office if ROBERT THOM LTD.—New York and Gulf Service,
of toe 1) Vauxhall 12 H.P. C nid wei Sega ar soe Pin oa perne Rr ere a OWILL IAN ve For those who
{ .P. Car milk; malted milk, sterilized cream; WAMS,
a Ba: wr es 34 oa Pia ney REAL ESTATE ee ven cream, milk com- Registrar of Lie a
r/o ‘Ss + ‘oa reet pounds (skimm milk and vegetabie 24.0. 50—3n *
Trane. %4.10.80—In. | {Shares WEST INDIA RUM He: | (ait), tné lee cream and will, be ene) se enjoy good Tea SAGUENAY
- ~) Oo register the same after one
CAR—Ford Prefect 10 H.P done FINERY LIMITED month from the 23rd day of October TAKE NOTICE
“i ; ; 4 BARBADOS ELECTKI ——< = =
17500. miles. Apply: Harold Weather- IC] 195G unless some person shall in the oF y y L : 5
head C/o Bruce Weetherisea ae ‘ } oa CORPORATION eeksew eve notion in duplicate to “Tex-made”’ N A H Pe mh, Ree 1A
10 +t.f.n, me at my office of opposition of such z C =
Wb RADIO DISTRIBUTION] tegistration, The trade That DOMINION TEXTILE com-| SOUTHBOUND SAILINGS
7 B. te mark can bf] PANY LIMITED, a corporation of the :
CAR—!935 Model, Master Chevrolet GBARBADOS) LTD (Pret-| seen on application at my office Dominion of Canada, whose trade cr | BRAND From Montreal, St. John, N.B., Halifax, N.S.
in working order, tyres good.| 97) | BARBADOS CO-UPEHKA- Dated this 23rd day of October 1950 | ousiness address is 710, Victoria Square, frinidad, D 3
Apply to Frank Harewood. Kirtons, Fe Coe Pe H. WILLIAMS, Montreal, Canada has’ applied for the To Barbados, Trinidad, Demerara, B.G.
St. Philip. 24.10, 50-—3n LTD CTORY Registrar of Trade Marks: registration of a trade mark in Part e
The above shares will be set up to Sn.) "A" of Register in connection with G Loading Dates Expected
LIVESTOCK public competition at the office on the’ Te oe nnn n= | all textile fabrics and materials ana rown, Blended and Packaged Montreal Halifax. Arrival Dates
undersigned on Friday next the 27th day will be entitled to register the Bridgetown
“So ltl Anke aa | Cees Ie aed TAKE NOTICE ifter one month from the 2trd.d in Ceylon. ney?
CARRINGTON October 1950 unless some person “BRUSH 4th, Oct th. Oct 46th, Oct
week. Phone 3968. & SEALY, Lucas Street . 15 P Y ath i
22.10,50—2n. 22,10.50--a1\ | That CLARK AND company, | i", © meantime give notice in duph- r. BENNY" Sth. Nov | 23rd. Oct. | 8th. Nov
eee pean) Ba LIM a British C hose | Cate to me at my office of opposition} UNMONT" ist. Nov 6th, Nov. | 22nd, Nov
ola | Th “The Market 8 rsh company, whose! of such registration. The trade mark SUN PRINCE" 18th, Oct.! 2th. Nov | 6th, Dee
COW—One (1) Heifer three years old e projerty known as “The Market | trade or busines address is Anchor] oan be se licat! -
in good condition, nine months in calf} Place”, standing on 5,225 square feet of| Mills, Paisley, Glasgow, Scotland hasjSm., 0° See" oP application at — my “Limited Passenger accommodation
with first calf. Apply Mr. VW, Clarke, nA. at Cranes Street, Spelahtstown, St. applied for the registration of a trade] "Sug this 23rd day of October 195! , ; ;
ivy Lodge, Ivy Road. .10.50.—3n. . e property w: set} mark in Part “A” of Register in 7 aa . Eas n
__ | up for sale by Public Competition at our nnecti vith yarns ¢ reads . of H. WILLIAMS, =-LANTATIONS LIMITED—A nts
EIETENG— wo Siamese Kittens (fe- See a eg zest, on Friday 27th all kinds snd will be MeSiGon: ta eos Registrar of aes ee ge
male), Apply Mr. B. W. G. Austin, ctober, , a p.m, gister the same after one month from 50—n.
No. T Garrison. Phone 2001, Jorsan pecion, apply to Mr. C. H. P.| the 28rd day of October 1950 unless | A combination of
.10,50—2n, | " * some person shall in the meantime give
YEARWOOD & POYCE notice in du; ; | LOSI &
+ plicate to me at my office FOUND .
ELECTRI Solicitors. of opposition of such registration. ‘Che uality and Econom:
CAL a 19.10.50.—8n. | trade mark can be seen on application i Q y y
eet ————eemencomer lat my office.
TOR—Coldspoh Refrigera- “Dated this 28rd day of October 1950 LOST MYNAH TEA
tor € ¢- feet, in working order, can be) PURILIC NOTICES | ™ H, WILLIAMS,” | SWERPSTAKE | TICKET s
. Ss, SWEEPSTAKE TICKET—Series W TR ndesnetena i ntraan oon
seen at Branker, Trotman & Co., High| vb a Srate tarts, ies aes : : :
, Registrar 2i77 and 2778. Finder please return 5 tor
treet. 24.10.50-—3n %.19.50—3n. | seme to The Bidos Turf Club is obtainable at all Stores A * 1 ;
24. 10.50-—1n
MISCELLANEOUS NOTICE T TICE med etsiinatl et anee otecnenince Priced: MARBLES and P ISTOLS with CAP S
PARISH OF 8T. PETER 'AKE NO SWEEPSTAKE TICKET—Series £.0141
COAT — For small Applications for one or more Vacant Finder please return sai to Virgt
England. One (1) Did ian ees Vestry Exhibitions for the Alexandra GLORIA ‘Lull, Fitts Village, St Sarina = 1 ounce sittrereveseseees 106, & co —DIAL 3301—Hi h Street
Box 4. Co. Advocate Advertising, SChool will be received by the under- That GENERAL MILK SALES, INC., 24.10.50—-1n 2 ounce ROBERTS . i
Dept, 22.10.50—2n. | Signed up to Wednesday November Ist] a corporation of the State of Delaware
es ‘ Ana Applicaton forms and all par-| United States of America, whose 4 pound ........
a VELLE” — Soapless Shampoo uiars can be obtained from the un-| trade or business address is 19 Rector -
conse De soap or soda, cleamses the ue a eae office ere Tues-| Street, New York, State of New York, PERSONAL 4 pound 0600440 OEE es
ir and leaves it smooth and silky even| 2°° “ a.m o p-m..| United States of America as ap- . 2
in hard water. Sample size 150. larg2| Thursdays from 10.00 a.m. to 1,00 p.m. | plied for the registration of a trade mark ® Your Car deserves the best Oil you can obtain.
size i8¢, KNIGHT'S LTD. Saturdays from 10.00 a.m, to 12 noon.!in Part “A” of Register in connection We recommend...,....
22.10. 50—3n Signed G. S. CORBIN, with all food products, including milk, The public are hereby warned against a " 7
aes a ve isin, [Danae teeamee semen. eee BORE fice 2, Me ae ee GERM MOTOILS
cleanin, Suits, Frocks, ts 10.5 n. | milk, unsweeten ev. ated r . (nee Nicholls) as 1 do vo ee 1 »
Coats, ete., lise “Serubb's Dry tHéones ——- -—~—| evaporated skimmed milk, condensed | lidld’ myself »asponsible for her or any- Obtainable in detergent grades” or straight mineral.
Price 1/9 bot. Obtainable at KNIGH’1'S NOTICE sweetened skimmed milk, powdered) one else cortracting any debt or debts — from —
22,10.60-Sn.| 15 hereby given that it is the inten-| Mill malted. milly sterilized “"'cream,| I" my name ‘unless by a written order ANNUAL AGRICULTURAL EXHIBITION
tion of the Vestry of the Parish of | Sterilized evaporated cream, milk com-| signed by me F . CENTRAL FOUNDRY LTD.
ty EMBROIDERY: Come to} Saint Thomas to cause to be intéo-| founds (skimmed milk and vegetabiy Sed. ISAAC GRANDISON, f
ores ae House and see the ARTS] duced into the House of Assembly ot | [#t8), and ice cream and will be er- wae ee Prout Hill, —_—_ CENTRAL FOUNDRY LTD. a
Exhibition of Embroidery| this Island a Bill to confirm the pow- titled to register the same after one omas ; Gasolene Service Stati Trafal, St.
from Monday October 23 to Saturday| o of the Vesiry to sell the property| month fro the 23rd day of October 24.10. 50—2: vasolene service station — afalgar St.
October 28 inclusive from 9 a.m. to 4 P.m.} exiled “Glendale” in the said Parish | 2950 unless some person shall in the wf
daily. Admission 6d. Articles for sai? . ° meantime give notice in duplicate to SSS m"
and Orders taken. N.B. On Oct. 23rd ro Thomas which is now being | 2 at my office of opposition of. such
from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m, #80666 Medical Seton ar che Gatien, Eee te registration. moe trade OW es be .
.10.50.—4n, > 1 PI ication at my office
a | athorise: the Vestny to apply the net] 0) BePitay of October 196i) MAIL NOTICES The One Hundredth Annual Agricultural Exhibition will be held st ’ *
proceeds of such sale in or towards Dated th y of 5 TT CLERKS U 4
ae i Paes an in various! the purchase of a parcel’ of land and H. WILLIAMS, te ‘or arinided: and, Jamaica by Queen's Park on 6th and 7th’December, 1950, BARBADOS ae Se
sizes m ° . Iso Galvanized as 2 * . % rks he 5.58. ‘apti_ wi be closed at the 2 li s F C * is
pail. Enquire Auto Tyre Company,| sna ‘cut offices for the use of the Paro: Registrar of Mga-10.50-—n | Ceneral ‘Post Office as under: {|| Teas and for supplying Breakfasts and: Dinhew. Ni. The Commies A SPECIAL GENERAL MEETING ra
if ; $ - ‘arce! ar giste: a at 30 a 7 co - " ‘
* nw Ph cate Seeking chial Medical Officer and to authorise eis. — * a.m. on ind cath Octubre 1980 8 DAV ola hee Tenderer must provide separate Har will take place at the ¥Y.M.C.A. (WAKEFIELD) < f
Ee ce oe the Vestry to enter into a_ building Ordinary Mail at 9.00 a.m, on the ae ; ; Pinfold Street, on WEDNESDAY, 25th inst., at 4.30 p.m, _
“RODICIDE” — Insect Powder kilis coutract in connection therewith. TAKE NOTICE 24th October, 1950. 3. Sealed tenders in writing are invited for the selling of Sweat Nd ony t a 7 4
Bugs, Fleas, House Flies Ganicaannes:| ; PF. F. PILGRIM, MAILS for Trinidad and La Guayra Drinks, Ices and Light Refreshments ALL MEMBERS ARE ASKED TO ATTEND .
Ants; Lice on Pigs, Poultry and Dogs, sc Vesiry Clerk, St. Thomas. FAVORITA by the 8.S. Colombie will be closed 4. Tenders in writing are invited for the operating of Amusements AGENDA
get rid of the if you have any 22,10.50—3n. That GENERAL MILK SALES, Inc., at_ the General Post Office as under; Tenders must state the form of Amusement and the size of space required * . ‘ j . i
KNIGHT'S LTD. 22.10. 50—3n. NOTICE + coietat ae ig ale of Dela: de Mal, Reaiavered Mail and gr 5. All tenders must be sealed and marked “Tenders for Exhibition ' 1. .NEW RULES. 2. EDUCATION CLASSES,
y 3 a.m. f

“SCOURINE CLEANSER" — For clean
ing your Pots, Pans, Baths, Basins and
Ovens use Scourine which is quick and
smooth. Price 2ic. ;



tin. KNIGHT'S
LTD. 22.10.
TIERCES—(200) Two hundred Empty

Fai Tierces. Can be seen at the Rob-
erts’ Manufacturing Co. Ltd., Govern-
ment Hill. 24.10.50—6n .



WANTED



HELP






















ALL accounts and Bills concerning
Dodds Plantation. Please send to the
Manzger of Seawell Plantation.

21.10.50—6n

NOTICE

Applications for_one or more vacant

. John Vestry Exhibitions at the St
Michael's Girls’ School will be received
by the undersigned up to 3.00 p.m. on
Saturday, 28th October, 1950

Candidates must be the daughters of
Parishioners in straitened circumstances
and must not be less than eight (8) years,
nor more than twelve (12) years of age
on the 3ist July, 1951, to be proved by
a Birth Certificate which must accom-
pany each application

The Entrance Examinations for the









TAKE NOTICE

FLEISCHMANN’S

That STANDARD BRA















ware, United States of America, bid
trade or business address is 19, Rec-
tor Street, New York, State of New|
York, United States of America has ap-
plied for the registration of a trade
mark in Part “A” of Register in con-
nection with all food products, in-
cluding milk, butter, cheese, sweeten-

ed condensed milk, unsweetened eva-
porated. milk, evaporated skimmed
milk, condensed sweetened skimumed

mulk, powdered milk, malted milk, steri-

hsed cream, sterilized evaporated cream”

milk compounds (skimmed milk ana

vegetable fats) and lee cream and will
be entitled to register the same
after one month from the 23rd
son shall in the: meantime give notice
in duplicate to me at my office of op-
registration, ‘The











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GOVERNMENT NOTICE

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and must reach the Secretary's Office, Bovell & Skeete Bullding, Lucas
Street, before 3 p.m., Tuesday, 3ist October.
6. All Firms and Persons desirous of obtaining sites for advertisin :

purposes are requested to forward their applications in writing to the
Secretary by 3 p.m., Tuesday, 3ist October

1050 These New Rules may be seen at Our Office any Evening
between 4 p.m, and 6 p.m.
CHRISTIE SMITH,

General Secretary.

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day of October 1950 unless some per-
BASSSIF LDIF FFFPD
A GIRL for Grocery Department.—Geo. | year 1951 will be held at the Schoo! at| Position of such SPORES SPP POOP PP SPS OSS SPSS
C. Ward & Co., St. Lawrence. 9.30 am on 17th November, and 18th| trade mark can be seen on applica-| $
15.10.50.—Tn, | November, 1950. Girls of eight (8) and; tion at my office. S UNIVERSITY $
Z under ten (10) years of age will be Dated this 23rd day of October 1950, | % * a %
ORGANIST for Boscobel Church, St | examined on Friday, 17th November; and H. WILLIAMS, & COLLEGE OF THE %
Peter. Salary $40.00 month, Appl; | girls of ten (10) and under twelve (12) Registrar of Trade Marks, | 4s WEST INDIES % The next Issue of the
to the Vicar, Bo: el Vicarage, mo\| years of age will be examined on Sat- 2.19 .50—3n. x - ~ % %
jeter than October 3ist. 24.10.50—3n. vitae eA ke soe Saati % Extra-Mural Department x x
Oe can ates to examined show
THREE PRESSERS for our Hoofman| be at the School not later than 9,15 LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE) x A Course of Lectures % y
= The application of Carlysle Atwell,| & 4 . i
@, mone but those with| a.m. of the morning of the examiria . ¥ ¥
experience need apply. Barbados Dye| tion, holder of Liquor License No. 316 of g on x a4
Works. 24.10.50-—2n Please apply to my office for applica-| 1°50, granted to Sylvia Ae gal A et 4 1 x %
tion forms during office days and hours,| *Pect of a board and shingle shop | 9 Some As ets Of ¥ %
attached to residence at Grassfield Gap, | ¢ ?
MISCELLANEOUS Clerk to my Vestry St, Michael, for permission to use said | ¢ ri . } 8 i
JOB SteJorin, | Liquor License &o..at board ona) Barbadian History 3 2
vernmen ,
WANTED 21.i0{80.—sn,| shingle | shop a % * %
job commencing eer ist Movimaber. NOTICE Dated this 2ist day _of October 1950 x BY sg g j MORE Make your petrol ration go further by fitting % }
Shorthand speed 100 words a minute PARIGH OF ST. PETER Pann upeataeratee Ri) WANE % H. A. VAUGHAN % is now being prepared MES a Zenith Carburetter, Its measured and 4 .
iter Mae are See Oi the nent 1 fpplications are invited for the Signed OSCAR HILL. g b ee ; x mw faultless control over the distribution of x rn
ade ke} i" - * one ee for the Parish. ot St. Peter. Ap: N.B.—This cbiisedion's wih he ond x ae ae eee COUNG as $ ORE power, its amazing responsiveness and proved x -
ertisement, Co., Mrs. H. Mr* a, plicants must be registered Medi-) sidered at a Licensing Court to he held | % Par aihen. = sory x mM dependability, fulfil all the requirements of x
Leith Quest ‘Worthing, Bo »-108. cal practitioners. at Police Court, District “A”, on] Beginning Friday, Octo- y SUBSCRIBERS weER ‘ 4 pre | "
ee gone is $260.00 per month plus} Tuesday, the 3ist day of October 1650, ¥ ber 27th, at 8.15 p.m % PO the perfect carburetter. No wonder Zenith tt
entice apenas reser 00 for the V.D. Clinic. t 11 o'clock, a.m. , -to p.m, ‘ deta ia o/ of snickn S
BR baay brag i ere ee eee — 2 The appointment will take place - Nit E. A. McLEOD, | & Fee for Course :: $1.00 % ’ E is fitted to more than 60% of the vehicles on -
Apply Advocate Binding Dept. 5: Saepeinae ene etaa Police Magistrate, Dist. “A” f Members of Extra-Mural % ‘ f ti i : Mi y the road today a
20,10,50—t.f.n. BR ec neevhggss lg in Am are 24.18, 60-—10 K Association 84c. $ Examine your listings and notify the Company in EcoNOM “jae
TION with _ relatives 2 ae eeeaap ie Oe ae ry — f Single lectures 24c. X. writing by the 31st October, 1950, of any changes you =
Would any of the Atwell family ‘| 4 For further particulars apply ‘to NOTICE EE S may require, We can su ly ~
Barbados please communicate = with the undersigned at the office du-| 18 HEREBY GIVEN that it is the | \,s.ecqemeeepteeptpepoe Pply --«+- %
their brother, Lionel, at 326 West, 47th ink ? intention of the Vestry of the parish|q@ >? SCSI SS "7. a
Take ae ae ings: |g emenerâ„¢ from 10.90 mm. to 00) oh BE: Dee ted Into. she Logisioture ADDITIONAL LISTINGS and LARGE TYPE HEAD- CARBURETTORS and fo
| P hursdays from 10.00 a.m, to 1,00] of this Island a Bill to amend. the INGS can be had at $1.00 each per issue, Je
ONE TACITUS AGRICOLA LATIN] 5 4, Saint Luev’s (Barbados) Loan Act : any
TRANSLATION Text Book. Saturdays from 10.00 a.m. to 12 noon, | 1949 (1050-6) authorising the said

By “Sleeman” (if possible). Commu-

"i

REPLACEMENTS Fe

Vestry, if they shall think fit to do so,

Signed G. S. COKBIN n
to use the* moneys raised under the

Vestry Clerk,



c.cate with Grannum ¢/o The Parochial
Micha

















































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Treasury — St. Re on EOI St. Peter provisions of the said Act in remodel- . Te % té
No, 2880. 24.10.5021 20.10.50—13n,| ling and making extensive repairs to * Jones Land, ¥ For all Popular Makes ¥
os pnt the present Rectory of the said parish. | Black Rock, “4 es
STAMPS — I want used Postage | ‘ated S3rd October, 1950 s St. Michael, 8. % . se
Stamps. Will pay prompt cash for use NOTICE CARRINGTON & SEALY,| %& 21st October, 1950. % |
st . If you wish, mercharaiise such Solicitors for the Vestry % s ctober, 1950. % =
as Fountain Pens, C: , Clothing, Re Estate of of the parish of Saint| %& ‘a
Ete. will be sent in exchange. Send GORDON SPRINGER Lucy in this Island % DEAR FRIENDS & PATRONS, 7 ;
200 or more stamps. I prefer higher Getedeed. 24.10 .50-—an, | & PANY L "i
OP eae eae Re weer wat en i See ct Gat 1S are a arene < You must have heard that e \ "
i. i any, N.¥., U.S.A.| persons having any debt or claim upon x 1 ¢ , é ts “
24.i0.60—in | or affecting ‘the estate “of Gordon NOTICE ees As ee ate BAY STREET DIAL 4269
Springer late of Black Rock who died Under Section 31 of the Provost % pletely destroyed by fire on =
in this Island on the Sth day of May Marshal's Act 1904-6 @ Tuesday, 17th October, 1950. ieetited Onl at OO MOE
iM a ee lk dite Liste eee rink tila or linet S : PVOCPES ¢ PPP LPO PPPOE OPO OO.
FOR RENT particulars of their claims, duly} ing any estate right, tite on ine % I regret that the loss in- % } g - ' $
ti n ir » a . 3 Tatil ue
. af tlemre mitshinon and” Banfied | judament” on whien execulign ¢tas|® curred in, clotting 74 3/4 GOOD SALARY AND ih\x :
} Solicitors James Street,- Bridgetown on| issued) on all that certain piece or @ equipment is far beyond my s %
BRAMBLEY — Waterford Gap, St.| or before the 15th day of | Novernber| Parcel of land situate at Free Hi'l | capacity to pay, and I now < , ist x
Michael. From November st, full) | 1959 after which date I shall proceed | the parish of Saint George containing | $$ oof your sympathy COMMISSION 1% x
furnished residence. For particulars| to distribute the assets of the estate| by estimation about One Rood, butting oxen aympey, 1% FRIDAY OCTOBER 27TH bs
Phone 3062. 24.10.50-—t.f.1.| among the parties entitled there-| 2nd bounding on lands now or late of ¢ ae Basie 1% STARTING : x
fen HS having rested to the dette and| the Hope Plantation now or late of/ I shall be returning to For a Lady who can be @ popu. })) | ¥° ‘EKS OF STARTLING AND <
FURARED SESTAIRS TAS etorn élaims only of which I shall then have| one Blades, ao oe late = one Florence] % business as soon as he mee lar Sales Assistant in a Broa 1% 4 WEEKS S 4 x Al : *
lst November, , at ARFIELD", < Brereton, and oii a road in common} ¥, j » which is extensive Stree a e.
Lower "Collymore ‘Rock. "Phone ae7i| fag ,™@ue,and Mat small, OOt Ns | Gr however else the same tay butt snd] ® Gringvud’ can be repaired, $(M appucant showa be expanse ot | UNBELIEVABLE REDUCTIONS. =) Ue
» bound attac! rom aries ugustus « - eee ‘ ] x i
FURNISHED UPSTAIRS FLAT—Froin eh eat hoes whose debte oF claim T Brereton to send in a statement to me|% and at present I am working 4 I) toking charge of Department. 1s x
ist. November, 1950, at “BRIARFIELD'| o¢ such dist ib tion in writing on or before Thursday the} at the above address ot) Write giving particulars of bust- 1% - % .
lewer Collymore Rock. Phone 34%|° and all persons indebted to the| 28th day of December, 1950, ter | x ees pidaunen sbuaitan ane Le oe
K. BLAIR BANNISTER. " _5.10.50-€n.| gaia estate ‘are requested to settle} which date the) above are ete ae Yours respectfully, $1'0 EMPLOYMENT C/o Box 501 | ss 2
FLOWnE: | Gaw-2 Was ; their accounts without delay ese ee freed from any cial | & x iif The work is simple, pleasant and 1% e oa *
—Maxwe s ¢ s0. | no civ > . . owr 3 7 ss P, a
Bedrooms, Telephone, Fridge. Radio ait lacadtiam rh ¥ JAWAEER, | Dated this 22nd day of September.) % RALPH G. LOWE. © | in a happy atmosphere. 1% Prince W H , St ie Dial 3466 SS. Sec,
; : i frat | 19) Y 24.10.50-—3n. %& 1 )) 22.10.50-—-2n })) | % rince Wm. Henry St. hn
Gari and all medern conveniences. Qualified Administratrix of the Estate | 1950 T. T. HEADLEY % % i) ) 1% ; % “a
L. Maxwell Te i of Gordon Springer samen | Provost Marshal. | 56966990006 OSLO a matt! SLCC CLL LPL EPSPS PPPES OE
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- R.CroneyScores103 ge
ForCable & Wireless >. | ~

BARBADOS ADVOCATE

| O'Neal Wins | HARBOUR L0G.





TUESDAY, OCTOBER 24, 1950

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2 ‘i
: Golf P rize In. Carlisle Bay Cleanse the system from blood
} 4) Sch. W. L. Eunicia, Seh. Emmanuel C impurities ; many sufferers froin
j JAMES O’NEAL, the Irish-| Gordon: Seh. Cyril EB. Smith; Sch. Zita
hi ; | anerican gentleman farmer off 8ssiase%, Burma: gem Brergene' || hewmatic aches and pains, lumbago,
4 Victories Registered | Si. Lawrence, paced a big field in} Davidson; Sch. Emeline; MV. Serviter, neuritis, pimples, boils, sores and
} pursuit of the October Beer Mug] “eu oi a 2 a
TANNDD ¢ : ; . ‘ jat the Rockley Golf and Country Gaited Pilgrim 'S en ft. minor skin ailments, can derive great
} WANDERERS, Mental Hospital, Y.M.P.G and Cabie Club on Saturday and carried Of) ae a1, AMRIVALS oo nk ak.
and Wireless scored outright victories over Windward,| the honours ineluding the cash, by ] masse fray i212, caus net: Cap . benefit from this well-known med
Spartan, Empire and Pickwick respectively on Saturday iT cae coum = = al bee ee eee ee le LIQUID er TABLET FORM
| the last day in the Intermediate cricke.| # 13° he ay u is net

Fifth Series of
matches. For Cable & Wireless R. Croney scored 103 not
out in the second innings. against Pickwick. His 100 was
scored in 64 minutes. é
Wanderers knocking up a good, © Skinner D Rock 7

score of 316 on the first day inf y “Cine absent o

their first innings to which Wind Extras 7

ward replied with 103 won easily Total 137.

by an innings and 57 runs when 7

M.V. Athelbrook, 286 tons net,
Cook, from Trinidad.
Schooner Lucille M, Smith, 74 tons net, |

score down to 68 which nosed out —

S. R. Toppin who turned in 389
; with a 19 handicap for a net 70.
in third place was H. V. King who
had a 96—24—72.



~apt. Hassell, from British Guiana.
eae anne 3 tons net, Capt
ullelelly, from St. ‘ia j 5 l 2 teres
M va ay Jom 46 tons net, Capt, Par- | Of $} ta & t to
. : i ons, from St ucla.
O'Neal drew himself in the’ ‘schooner Marion Belle Wolfe, 74 tons||
| sweepstake and with the added (et, Capt. Every. fram British Guiana. "i







incentive turned in his best score| y,y ») DEPARTURES © !

play ended. ioe sie Acie tare of the season which was not only| Fersuscon for tener) MONS Net, Capt. ||

Windward in their second turn eee ee eee good enough to win the handicap) _, Schooner eens W. 28. tons net |
at the wicket Scored 156 K. Du competition but proved to be the! MY, Athelbetak: hee. tle wt. Capt j
ong an pie 2 E. Eve- lowest gross score of the day, bee 4 Sd ae ee. ; |
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batsman played conetully’ nn ined et. Smcwa wi SOT: take rougee . | j
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beaten all over and bowled by - . 3.3 pi hin te Biche eae see | tom st Barbados |
M. Clarke for 32. Wiilam 2 1 ‘om 8

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, 0 greens which were sadly in need Goifito, S.S. Norfolk, 3.8. Eptaisse, it * ?
won by Hy! runs over Spartan. Wovor spd. wkpr. (Barrow) b cf cutting and rolling after the| Salinas, S.s. Edvard Quis Ga tie iF TAYLOR'S EYE WITNESS
7 Mental Hospital in their first ealy . 17 io hammer, S.8, Wilford, MV. Goodeult, | |
; innings scored 254 to which]. ¢ hive b Seals 3 recent rains, SS. Tapti, S.S. Fort’ Townshend, 8.3. | | 35
Spartan replied with 110, Mental] ’ viwicbrcilarrow)-® $ Enthusi | Wiltridon a ee 8:8. Bytiord, Ss , .
Hespital in their second innings : 9 inthusineti Pes dy Rodney, $5. pero. 8.8 | SCISSORS
declared at 124 for the loss of six Archer |.b.w. b Rudder ; ; | Phare, ae See ee Re Hur. if : Pair__.
Ls wickets, An attractive 53 b» apes Loge : However, it was one of the most) worth, 8.8. Vinland, §.8__Doily Madison, | | t
R. Chase helped to put Mentai; Total 62 | cnthusiastic meetings of the year] S's’ Camas Mosdons au” Wero ete | and 1
Hospital in a good position and, BOWL NALYSIS ag | with several innovations that ap-} Beech “Hull, ss. Serpeden’ SB. Ransitore, | {|
when stumps were drawn Spar- Own OO Ee, OR. pealed to the players. Among’ 4 Oranjestad, $.S. Lloyd Crest, S.S' | '
tan in their second innings were} +, Rudder i365 3 4 these were a refreshment outpost| Ringasuic, Me@dows 8.8. Adna, 8.9 | { GERMAN HOLLOW GROUND |
dismissed for 137 runs. ABs) ween wee eS) § “ABOVE BOARD”, owned by the King wins the Cesarewitch, the | at the sixth tee where cold soit |
Bowling for Mental Hospita'|y ‘sony odo’ first big autumn handicap at Newmarket by six lengths —-Berpress. drinks were highly appreciated in |
R. Rock and B. Carter —_ ee Empire 2nd Innings ; , —— ~~ | the sterming weather, and snacks CAWE. P i 36 1.35 & 81.
three of Spartan second innings ;G. Hinkson ¢ Hoyos b I. Burke . 4 > * : at th ineteenth hol t the
ary Rice b I. Burk 3 > ‘tiee . e nineteen ole al v ¢
eee ¢ Saker f Rize vt nwae | Water Polo Practice) — And Now jcvertai tour in the coot of hel agmvats— ap 9 wt a ee :
Stash ie ano j s ate rae THERE will be a_ practic . = , evening. ver y members q
Sages oe pos ng Sialeet E Barrow DG, Archer 7 ATeher 90 | water Polo match at the Barbad Russian Horse lingered late into the evenin4) Shand, Mar ons, Edward Hood. Rite
after i osing ; two quic yi C. Gaskin ¢ Burke b G. Archer 7 | Aquatic Club this afternoon. Pla; under the flood lights. The | Enid Lewis, pany wae Shoury.
Y.M.P.C. were all out for anc Tl. Harris stpd. wkpr. (McKenzie b . Th A . LONDON. veeostakes als , lay | Bourne, Grace Ty
their small score was due mainl G. Archer o | begins at 5 oclock. Thé team Russi which has claimed sweepstakes also proved popular! winston Roberts Lionel aistke ee
ig ery Pe * IR. Rudder b G. Archer 2 | are: — Seer ee aicd . the tickets selling quickly under) erick 1 laonel Clatke.. Fred
to R. Rudder formerly of G.S.C ciedit for many modern develop- | Lawes, Horace Yard, Gloria Far- s
Soa heal Reset: Sehcleaty Bae WE Pant FE. Downes not out Agee: 1 Team “A”. A. eee. Dil nanth which bive sande ie haves +e oa Res ey, of) Sie sown Fnlltpe, Kenneth Murrell) 7
; Sohne tot aeanaee ee , 4 annister, B anning rac eee ’ s. ar y i 2 nean, ancis Fox,
Bowling on a_ perfect wicke Extras 4 Bannister, B. Manning, J. Grace.! -psolete, claimed a “frst” in re are eal, ISS Pay?) Aiawin Cumberbatch, Wilt R
Rudder succeeded in getting con — |G. Jordan, G. MacLean and F orse-breedfnig’ 460 .40-dis Atwell and Mrs. Lizy Vidmer. | John Donaher, Orviile Cumberbeten’ 10, 11 12 & 13 Broad Street
i hich h rie ae 84 | Mannin j y THE SCORES: John Lyons, Harry Lewis, Selwyn Gill , ,
siderable pace which he varie a Po A Moscow Radio broadcast Florcio wat eae: Bon
on_many oceasions. Team “B” F Foster, B, Patter-|)} ecard in London said that “under| . Piayer_. Giess H'cap Net| pher Kelshall, intbella Chowleone.
C. Greenidge who made 16 wa BOWLING ANALYSIS son, K. Ince, T. Yearwood H |tne Soviet power the largest state arene, O Neal ’ 81 13 9 Ernest Szunyogh, Lena Marshall, Geoff
well beaten and bowled with =|) puke i % & Y| Weatherhead, G. Foster and C |-tud farms in the world have been| i. Vv. Kies” i 0 oO
ball which did not move as muct 1p, Greenidge 2 1 8 0 | Evelyn, established.”—I.N.S. E, J. Petrie ai 4 13 | Ledges. ? Pholyte | as ha 8 ted are o. e 8, Brankes. Soe SB Reserves:— O. Janeen, Re eth urehy 3 # % . Ss
was @ eived when he triec 3 Jordan, E. Johnson and M. Foster I op. & eae 8 17 rom ETIA SE >
3 ‘ G. Arche 7 1 23 7 o e . Egan 5 r
to cover from an inswinger and} Porter ie 6 © | ‘The game which is in prepara- UNDER WATER : R. Reaser 82 4 2 | Gerais” Watt, "Renee aioe ‘7 WISE = ECONOMIL
was (eae out. leg before, [CABLE WIRELESS ist Innings .. 249| in for the forthcoming Trinidad N / B. Cucie-smith 30 = 10s. | Watts, Sally Watts, Josefa Ansela, Maria
Empire in their second inning; Cable & Wireless tnd Innines | tour will be played by the nev 3 MINS, 59 3°5 SECS. |P Wiss 98 17 1 | Ansela, “Marla Garillo,” Rafa -Garilio. USE ”
despite a stubborn stand b:yp matthews c Clarke b Lewis 8 beules K. R, Hunte 91 9 g2 | Qntonie Naso, Gwendoline Graham, Ss
V. Babb and N. Symmonds were], MeKenzie not out 66 : LONDON. | 8. Norris 104 22 83 | Prom GHERABA Ply Mosello. ”
dismissed for 84 runs. G. Archer # Lawless ¢ Foster b Wells wt Josef Limbach 62, a_ polish . Bienen 1 73 Algemeon Frampton. B O W R A N I ] E ‘
bowling at medium pace was th: bigs out : swimming instructor at Holborn] J. «. K. Christie 86 3 83 DEPARTURES . ; ° |
most successful bowler. He too : lenneig pool, claims to have established] & CHeneeee oe 13 84 | vor TRINIDAD, ? BYE A-L. TI iD §
seven wickets for 23 runs after Total (for 2 wkts. decid.) 195 Rebels Launch a world’s record by staying under] , Vidmer oS : M4 | Vernon Pereira, Elsie Pereira, Henry AN -CORROSIVE PAINT 3
bowling seven overs. I. Burke Pickwick 2né@ Innings Pt water for three minutes 592 see- B.A Benjamin 99 14 85 | ones’ GRY Poteene hime eee 5 %
bagged three for 12. Lewis b G, Lawless 20 onds. John Grace 103 14 % | rester, Mernath a x i
At Boarded Hall, Cable ign] Yearwood © Branker bc. Lawiess 0 New Attack Limbach, who effort was offi-|% 5 Atwell 109148 | Gwen tngisn John Colin aE et THE PROVED PROTECTOR OF IRON AND STEEL
Wireless defeated Pickwick by 12°} city Sind. b Cc. Lawless a5 cially timed, performed his feat} K. w, Girling No Card ton, Seino ean Tae aihas Sikes Tes
runs. Pickwick in their first inn-| Head cb C. Lawless 2 Pa . ; without ary breathing apparatus] Doresn Cole ae eta gon. Ernest, Thomas, vid Millar, John GOES FARTHEST ::: LASTS LONGEST |
ings scored 147 an able : "Clarke ¢ sub. : Lawless rom Page 1. during an aquatie exhibition. ' : Abraham, Reginald McArtney John |
Wireless 249 giving them a first] Evelyn, © Croney b Branker 7 | So far 127 wounded men have LEN 8 eee eee: wo tare Dow ng, Evan Field, Dr, Lionel Stuart, One Gallon will cover 800—1,000 sq. ft.
innings lead of 102 runs.| Foster ¢ & b C. Lawless . 9 | been flown from Thatkhe to the ' Ragberteon; ‘ ;
R. Croney who was not Out | Peterkin ¢ Cozler'b C. Lawless... + | safety of Hanoi. Supplied in - - -
laced Cable & Wireless in 2 Bxtens ie A French military spokesman
aeang position by se ie Pr " _'* | said to-day that the new French The W cather PERMANENT GREEN
runs in the second innings an ota’ 177 | northern front now pivoted on the ‘
Cc. McKenzie also “ee te ~~ \town of Dinhap, 30 road miles ‘ee ot. RED, BLACK '
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and Pickwick in their secon ervices For the frontier highway running ti Moon (Full) October 25
turn scored 177. R. Clarke scored the coast at Tienyen and horth- Lighting: 6.00 -_ hac New Stocks just received
50 and R. Trotter 41. F BOMBAY, Oct. 23 | eastwards along the coast to the High Water: 2.44 a.m_, 2. Ph 4456 ad Agents
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for 41. eerie XI to-day for 95. to the western French outpost of rane re to Yester-
16 n their second innings the} Phutuo on the Red River valley fon 8: Se ; . \ PS ESCO ECSSSSOSOOOOLE SHEN GOSGIOVSIAGOIOAOGAA +
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E. Evalyn DM Cres dct “-'* 45 |Commonwealth had taken 2 Ser-} on China’s Yunan_ border. , Wind Direction (9 a.m.) E ; 1 , ;
T. Farmer stpd. wkpr. (Lewis b J, yice’s second innings wickets tor| Insurgents hold all. territory 3 wa toe oe oes aon ¥ % :
f vacant J. McBeth ‘ ojo runs. along the 100 mile valley. between| | W i elovity Iniles pe x { ; ¥1% BARBADOS ELECTRIC SUPPLY
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Mi. ‘Proverbs 7 5 integral feature of Stan- 3 @ AK 84 6 ¢ 8642 » hibitien st Queen's Park. t. ;
J. McBeth . 6 3 3 ; dard Bridge, and the jump #J 86 5. , i , p.m. —Meet ne House of |
G. Lewis ok. oy raise from One to Three in 45 Ae QI2HT3ZOA54 “ peremnty. oe mer ‘
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Atkinson 4 0 3 1 point. Sere ie ae be good bridgg , wo Haye’ at ‘ioletown Memo- %
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BEART i aceoiinl ana innioes ing) Bat ts pega ae Gel Cnty ing texture, On the first hard 4.45 p.m.—Meeting of Old
E. Quintyne"¢ wkpr. (Jemmott) b 2 penings ee eos ne of Pee et a eis : ac oe TREE Chelan THE PERFECT ENAMEL FINISH ‘
cont ; ie "7 British ing, but they are — joge: and : arian is a0 Pp — s
bell _b MeC ° bine ogers, and moderate trum} i a- As the Manufacturers have decided that re one ,
N furrow a.b wr. aoberte 0 ruled out if opener is compelled support, One No-Trump being a ya ef yg Ra aga FOR INSIDE OR OUTSIDE our Engines can no lorger be delay the Geant has Y
C. Williams not out i to bid seman erery ene thn better bid. As for hands three tion Yard, St. Philip ‘ consequence had to put this Generating Set (900 K-W.) out of %
C: Hope b Skinner 2 his supporting values. Hey have ell’ the irequiresient -_—__ Available in a range % commission and, owing to the reduction of standby Plant now
C, Best ¢ Thornton b McComie * for a non-forcing limit raise to of delightful shades % available as a result, may find it neceasary to shed lead at
MW Bater ort. ih 5 Rome Te eee | : ‘ ~ intervals during the next few months.
iad . if ae ae ot jump aed is ( ee ceneets iver: for po ORIENTAL a: ahead tamale at x
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ee — seal Me MidloN bid. Tt wes amt two dregs. ie. the late, of ee, “Santern Sonate g Our Consumers are asked to co-operate by exercising the
BOWLING ANALYSIS not used once by the American onour strength outside the . J AMES A LYNCH utmost ecev\omy in the use of Electricity, particularly during
Cae Bee, cham team during their 96- trump suit. It is this very weak- GOODS! (Articulos) ? '% the Peak period between 6.30 and 8.30 p.m. until further notice.
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GC. Bktnoer yee 88 FG Crockford’s ub players. induce most_ British players to SILKS, (Se Habla Espanol) Abie
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A. D. Gittens run ot mre 9 eed so high that daemonder Sop Sewn Sie if Vhs hands j 4 ER binhice’ nS General Manager.
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II I'SDAY. OCTOBER 24, I* BARBADOS ADVOCATE PACE THREE BRITAIN SOLELY RESPONSIBLE FOR MEAT RATION LONDON. ( H BRITAIN is solely responsible for the tact that r. meat has been shipped from the Argent me in this counii;. since July last, "and if the British people suffer am ship in their ration, or your trade suffers by this actun then It is not the Argentine Government who should b blamed." declared Argentine Ambassador Carlos A. Hogan here tonight addressing the 800 diners at the Butchers Charitable Institution Dinner. The Ambassador said: .v six months tines I ountry as ihe Ar\ ibswartor and Envoy of n.v Preildenl T<> tne Court of St. James and from the very beginning 1 have met with %  most friendly iimns priori* on the part of the BN a* me and %  [ ,io adulsja in pouring oil bSCSUM 1 have not found Hi '* at* among %  that vou lin not havs I me pibving the •enough thai my Englishto "maintain harmonv" because ihere always has ,!) be harmonv between Argentine meat producers and Briii.*) Ft li a very good thing Lndi %  causa alter the devaluation of the i" nipplv in us under agreement m •40, hceamc 41 i %  niisive than we .ni'.iii%  "Hovever, I abould '. io maintain harmmiv and thousands of h to tain, (he 'troubled waters" in some other sectors, including the •Why the British Press which 1^ famous r<>i iU independence and good Judgment In Internal and external affairs should & Informed about the Ai %  mpn btnatoji TlttQA*\pOL3 Muliiiil L'nderstandinK am very happy to be vuu bacsugff 1 know you understand the meat trade thoroughly and I am sure that you all know the Argentine of the past quite well What 1 should really like 1. -ur;n' ..%  Uld b* U> apeak to an audience composed of the man In the street and the housewife, so that I .-nuld i xphint % %  c* faeti concerning Argentine meat coming to this country. M !" J ,, -"*' is that you who nave Ins responsibility Of distributing meat, in thi* COUntf) Wl convey some of these facts to them "We have even been accused of blackmail in rather strong words. "After the devaluation f the pound Berllng In Septaanber iwn. jojuvalani m dollars—as should ., %  ted that the prlc* of £ 97 M done because of the comparison per ton fixed In the % %  .•< %  • inent with the dollur which is standard should be Increased to .C 140. At for all international prices—then rlrst sight our request seemed ex, the British proposal can be seen orbllant but if anybody had .-inn. tn Iti actual proportions for 390 lysed the logic of these flRures. ,,ollani per Ion which they paid ily il thli logic had been %  | n j um i M g they are now trying s7Malned tthe British public. 1 %  .„ pa y 352 dollars a 40 per cent nm sure there would have i,een no ieuU ctiyn in the actual purchasinx %  "SS'.^r.'.....,n,, ,. ..•II 1 —-' — the British people that the day 1 When the mailer Is looked after thi devaluation of the pound | j n this light you can understand the price of oil and petroleum wny for he nnrt tlroe gi n products from the sterling aren I ( ; PI pro | per,,,, became Presiden: was automatically raised by 40 I f ^ ^ opposition per ten': neither dirt anybody 1 trouble !•> tell the Hi iti>li peonli 'Not being a financial expert. 1 mystery. %  %  remains that In June en we signed the agree n-.ent. £07 was :he equivalent of 310 Unite. States dollars, whereas a ter the 1 (Uia Mwnd It was equivalent iu only S273 Iwas the '-he F-xci equer Mnisei' the famous C-mmons deb le of) th. Mated ornctaUy Ihal durh in June. ....... || liim unenl I -I pni.nised the nmsni in ihe am %  %  paying Id ! %  revised. In 1 enunstU for the fulfillment of (his promise nothing was done, and months passed until the ot> oni during tin year of the contract in April last. In Ihe g Government once again showing their gg Ol II lendlinSSS tOI peopls of this country .ontmiwxl to ship mast until the end of the first year contractthat is. up to the end of June. lvSO, Invoicing meat at £0? .subject to readjustment promised b) the British Government. Increased Price Even accepting the hypothec that tiie new meat price would not be increased m proportion to the iei aluation of the pound 1 1 it should be, H th.it if the British Government had fulfilled their promise revise the meat pice this would definite)v have been more than £97. What happeiied then? To oui astonishment, at the opening of] negotiations for the second year of contract we learned that the British Government proposed a pi leg Ol £.90 per UM and >. fa grt their promised : .1 the last part of th The reduction does not seem very much if vou only look K&7 and £90 but I conert these ..{Tires to their renl that In an agreement 400,000 tons of meat which we promised lo deliver to this, country in the first year contrary to the promise we fulfilled entirely were equivalent i value to the tonnage of oil and my r Purhament—which has s I often been against him—I Ibenrtlly supporting him in his i refusal to uccept the Britml I |Mgari Absurd as tne British ofte iippeared the p o s %m &1MK OOltTuC tftat-. IOIMSK-.* *l Tu* C*^< ID Mn Rt-MtVArO *tna.fr OVl POO-.' 10 TutM". (. • %  W • •Harder Battles Ahead -Warm Rebel LeaJtf INDONESIA l)i it Chi Mlnh, leader of the insurgent n I %  ndo-Chitia has warned his guerilla* to expect "harder and greater battles," according to a report by M romii | %  ina news ;<.ked up In tendon In a me*sage to his soldiers, he %  Id 1^ had inatructad hla High ..rd troops "whose services In recent battles deserve merit. But he said that they should ncwed and complacent over our victorias or undereatimstc our enemy. "The recent victory was nothing but the rtrst step towards complete victory, he said. Training committees would b** set up "to review the execution o' our offensive schemes" and Increase the guerillas' fighting powers, he declared. —Keuter Men Only LONDON The 70 residents of liny Fair Isle, off the northern Up of Scotland, watted hopefully for news from the island maternity home. No baby girls had been born there foe 30 years. The announcement Prom the maternity home: "Two more boya." —1-N.S. FELL 26FT. DIES %  From Our 0*u 0* !" *'"t"i. POBT-OF-SPA1N Itorria Mitchell, ol Ban Fernando Tell to his death from a 26-foot scaffold to a concrete iottraa) V the new San Fernando Rfnan. Catholic Church now in construction. Hutlt-r IMsuppoiiiU*d With Governor's Speech ifTom Oui OWN Convapuidroi. PORT. OF-SHAIN Oct. 21. Hundreds of llutlerites from all over TrUiidad isme to Woodforti 1 Square, waving palms and with lunch baskets, to follow the proI ceedings of the ceremonial opening of the new Legislative (oun| ril There ware many banners. I several of them bearing paintings of their -Chief" Uriah Butler. I while others bore inscriptions such as "Long Live Indian and African L'nily." and "Crown Colony Ftule I Must Oo.~ After ue ceremonies were over I butler went to the Square lol lowed by member* of his party The Hon. Pope McLean. Butlente. was Ufled shoulder high, and as Butler walked to the bandstand, the gathering waved palms ana chantid bynuM Hun Mitr.. Bum. nan. addressed the gathering and said. "Unfortunately the Butlii Party did not gain a majority at Ihe last election, but I am happy to tell you. and I rejoice in telling you that £ %  fact Ihal we did not get wli^l W expected, we have a in •Bui and other political parlies who have declared then srUllngnen io throw ui their poli. UCBI lot with the iiicuUx llutler Party". Hon. Uutlcr addresse>i tbfl fath> trlng for several hours. He aa*d: "I hsve come Irom IfM to report to you. and I shall do so every Frldaj and liter every general ml to-day U this: I am very bitterl> disappointed with the speech mady by the Governor a few minute* ago." He went on, "Tell tho coun. try. tell the masters of our country that they aro not wanted IMafe Butler both in and out of Hie Council will move henvon and hell for the people to . Ills voice was drowned by the loud cheer. The HOD, llianka MaharaJ who has once more returned to the fold of the Butler Parly, said in a speech, that he regretted very much the absence of Dr. P. Solomon He denounced all those who took bribes to vote. Hon. Ranjlt Kumar suid: "Five capitalists have been elected to the Executive Council but not one of the workers' representatives. One youth declared: "1 ain't see nobody in there as good as Hamad. 1 HI and Valentine." while thai man aald. "I hope (hi politics arc as good as their looks.' Police Chiefs Disobey Order* %  <-mmami ; Van %  • Ilfrk d by the RUM were still issuing orders, but the. Mit-ordSiMi** In turn wen to accept them, according to hi Uriiiiin Bleuned For BaCfl PllgW 1 ii. ish %  high %  living. dents night %  praetleal'y had 00 work % %  * >h. ii-„-, ee :ii'i(n\i preserve 'order during the Geordstown parade in which 20,008 took part. as the largest demon-sed in thli cil> and artsd action The tflrea polka chiefs wci. I 0 *..* 1 1 organiie*! worfcori suspend..: last Friday and ordei-, ed 10 appear beta rii, dkUsUiau G ivernmanl exi-ectrtd to protest to the Alb. Council over this apparci lock tor %  c'onunun %  Mm Rui m continual "dunnR • : reverely enVtl%  lack ol development % %  a reputedly wealthy > %  th* past 100 years and demand-.*.. -:e of pebg A general strike action whiel vould lie up p ii 1 U> U9,; .ni.nl fail to ,-ieet the oig... The Auiliian DOvei expected t. uuu hMiiK —stn the IM-X: ineetlng %  1 Ihe Mli< . ^— lor. thh %  1 the Ausi make another proles! a* ..lleged Russian loop internal affairs Bu/efi(es May Queslion Gn7/i(hs Israel Still Without Goveriimriil Rl AV1\ ih.1. 23. i'n si.iiui Chala has asked Dr. Plan. Progressive p..n> u-.i... '.mi BJOV i.iiii Aw tornonoe night wlieihi r h ( 1 ..1, loini iltUoa Goveri lie %  u to haw %  wrr today but aakad ih* P real. 1 111 foi mine tune. ii. I> i .he President I he had net yet anaeeaded m bM %  Ifi-rts to bu Id a work Uen and thus end ihe oajblnet CT-SiS. IJoctoi Rassjs, funia 1 M '%  • was given the tasst of (arming a now Government gftei the peeduminantl> Labour .ihnici had resigned —Keuter 1 OltT-Or SPAIN. P reported thai LaglsuMlv BassAhen ui the Butler Partj i %  I nsWi 'i refei .. .,,1., cotonie wagahai Ihe Oovernor'i deelal i Uon on uatlonaUsataei "f n Ira Keizniann , Qovernmeni u NO COMMENT petroleum products which Gii>y *hc claim of Britlsi Hrltain promised us. A Mystery "It has been stated that the price of oil and petroleum products Increased because Uicy are In dollars in the world markels But why oil from tht sterling aren should follow quotations in dollars and Argentine beef should be pegged to sterling is a mystery to me as an ambassador of goodwill and until yesterday an honest salesman of nil isgotiators that this price of £u per ton should be applied to Peron intervening between the two contracts which was contrary •o all the precedents of the nine previous bulk puichases in whic. the general principle — always accepted by both Governments^— was that the price of the previous contract win to be applied to the intermediate period subject to readjustment. Sir Henry Turner. former Meat Controller of ihe Ministry of Food, tonight will confirm what I have said Price Affects COX. "We need not try to scrutinize the reason which lien behind tins Incomprehensible attitude on the part of Ihe British Government The Minister of Food himself has explained with clearness what it is: The price of Argentine meat cannot be increased, nor can thai from the Domlniuns. nor bacon from Denmark, because any increase in price of these foods will affect the cost of living index of the British people. Far be il from me to criticise : tills humanitarian aim of the British Government. I represent the Government of General Peron whose aim la to ralat the standard of living of our people, and look after their welfare. Bui the surprising things about the theory of the Minister of Food is that he wants to maintain a higher standard of living of the British people without giving thought to the lower standard of living of the Argentine, Danish. New Zealand or Australian people which would certainly come about if they have to sell their products at a loss and at the same time pay record prices which other commodities and manufactured goods are fetching in world markets, many of them originating from this country or from the sterling area —Renter n Our Own PORT-OF-SPA1N. T'dad Hon. Malcolm II Davis, elected member for St. Kltts sceomK nled by Mrs. Davis, attended the gislative Council ceremony. In an interview with the Press. Mr. Davis said that ihe Leeward Islands were very badly treated by the Colonial Development Corporation. He declared that the islands had no offer from the Colonial Development Corporation Ut any form, "and wo are ore about it". He said that the Leewards were Interested In (Hitting up syrup factory In Nevi*. hut to tabllsh such a factory, "we need some assistance" Mr Devi H* framed from making any n ments on the demonstration which was carried out in the island whi Governor Bluckbume arrived WEEPING LADY %  KTOIII I I rORT-or-SPAIN. T.i-.d Councillor 1-ouisa Cczair. memhei .^ th) ftfima Borough Council, wepl openl) whi n the lold the Goodbye". ,1 ins i.t-i meeting al 111 I OV< i"liiln 1 %  u ben nci turn taqta to reply to %  nl of in• bun) Into tears .mo could %  ray, "i* %  it DO BO I wisli you health and strength lo carry mi k) the bust of >our ability You cant see tl;e difference...! White Rhinos Counted JOHANNESBURG A census of white rhinos. whleh are asaoOi ihe world'rarest animals, has been carried out in Zululand. their only remaining home. The white rhino is the second largest of all land animals—next U, the elephant. 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• tKktr 34 I | Barbaras JBuocate Prirr: REDS MACHINE GUN AMERICAN G*i SOUTH KOREANS CHASE REDS TO MANCHURIA By JULIAN BATES TOKYO. Oct 23 §OUTH KOREAN TROOPS chased remnants 01 the Communists' regular forces through snowy mountains towards Manchuria to day with North Korean guerillas stepping up "nuisance raids" be hind their lines. South Koreans in the first snows of winter were last reported only 45 miles from the Manchurian border Far behind them 7,000 Communist gueril las were reported to have struck at a point about 40 miles north of the 38th parallel and 30 miles inland from the east coast. Guerilla! have been getting bolder Ailing Ihr pas w. tk. They have captured Ysmgyany juat above the ' %  than 120.000 Northerners li j been captured since the campaigi (began. United Nations' troops are roping them in so "quickly—lhe\ captured about 26,000 in the pas; 24 hours—that Headquarters es llmated remnant* of the Northern Army to-day at between 21,000 and 31,000. The neatest South Korean troops to the Manchurian bordei were to-day advancing up the Chongchon River which runs northeast from Sinanju on the west coast Another main escape route Is north from Hungnam on the east coast ot Changjin 30 miles east of Kanggyr British troops advanc ing north of Pyongyang, the captured North Korean eapital attacked 1.000 Northerners killing 200 and taking 300 prisoners the spokes-nan announced. Hritlsh losses w*Jro "Vary, "i> light" though Communists put up a sUff light South of Suichon in the area where American paratroops have been dropped during the last faw days." Rebels Launch New Attacks IN INOO-CHlNA SAIGON. Oct 23 Vietnam insurgents In northeast Indo China have begun lettering a 75-mlle sector of L'.e French held highway near China frontier French military authorities here admitting withdrawal from I,oc Binh seventh frontier outpost lost within a month disclosed to-day that new attacks began two days ago in the region of Tienyen coastal centre of the French controlled road. The attacks came as the main French Union forces were being withdrawn from mountainous frontier regions to form a new defence line running across the Tonkin Delta the plain north of Hanoi. In his quarters, henOauat I Alphonse Juin, France's visiting military strategist Just bark from o quick four-day survey of battie areas, prepared an immediate report for communication to the French cabinet. A French military spokesman said that strong French patrolling was continuing in all sector* of the French held periphery around the Tonkin delta He reported Ins} I tret Ions of Vietnam forced In the southwest sector of the periphery Hadong, 12 miles southwest of Hanoi and Phuly 40 mile* south of Hanoi. There was increasing guerilla activity in Cochln-Cnina the spokesman said. No large scale operations were expected in that ares, but railways had been sabotaged, roads cut and rubber and other plantations threatened. AMBUSH A French armoured car was damaged and 15 civilian lornes ware destroyed when insurgents ambushed a convoy between Salgun and Loc Cinh. Two French Union soldiers were killed and four wounded when reinforcements were sent. A spokesman said that Insurgent cencentrations were now 25 miles north of Saigon after recent French sweeps through that The French Red Cross in a radio call asked whether the Vietnam Red Cross was prepared to receive moaquit'i nets, letters and parcels fur French prisoners taken in the battle for the frontier post of Caobang. earlier this month when the French lost over 2.000 men. The French said that in r sponse to the Vietnam initiati' they were prepared to continue Red Cross air evacuation French wounded from the rebelcaptured frontier post of Thatkhe They asked for the hour the day and the conditions to be named for continuing the evacuation. • on page 8 7 Land Grabbers Shot RIO DE JANEIRO, Oct. 23. Seven people were shot de id and another seven seriously a. Jured In a shooting affray between Ihc police force and farm workers v.ho invaded private lands adjoining the town of Porecalu in a southern state. The Brazilian agency Meridional which reported the incident today without mentioning dates said that the farm workers under the influence of a Communist or ganlzation known as the Agraflan League took illegal possesdon of a considerable portion or private owned land. Armed wiin revolvers and shot guns, land grabbers trapped the force of policemen sent to disperse them. The work rs were finally o erpewered utter the police had Xllled six of them. A spokesman of the political police told Heater the incident occurred last Friday and is part of a Communist subversive plan to disrupt Brazilian rural economy After recalling similar episodethat took place m other stato in the course of the last 12 monuV he added that authorities wen taking strong measures to neutrallie the Communist plan, and arrest all responsible for such acts —Renter Police Raid Red Centres IN AUSTRALIA MKUJOUHNE. Oct 23 Police and security men to-day seized half a ton of papers %nd books in raids on Communist %  antrM m Sydney and Mel. %  This was the llrst open move by me Government under legislation passed last week to cutlaw the Communist parly. Under an interim injunction made by the Court on Saturday rostra nfng Government from putting the law In'o full effect. Commonwealth authorities may make raids to seize papers but cannot dispose of them Government tfllrtn % %  ren*n t'>e Communist Party head quarters at Sydney for two hours Several well.known Communists and solicitors were in thr building when itie raid started Investigators quest one j employees while uniformed police guarded entrances. Rnriio Australia -aid that Communist offices in Darwin wcrj also raided. Raids were also made on Com. n unist' offices in Melbourne and Darwin. Radio Austral a reported All were carried out without incident. Many books and papers were seized The Communist Party and seven Communist controlled Trades Union* who are comestlnr. validity of the Communist Party Dissolution Act filed to.day affidavits in the High Court In support of melr application to be rrgued on October 25. fur inter. I.ieulory injunction If granted this would extend the status until the court reaches a decision on whither the Act is constitutional r i West Germany Must Help Defend Europe LONDON. OK 21 BRITAIN lg in favour of bringing Western German to the defence of Europe the Foreign Office iwffirmti to-day. The statement was issued to clear up possible confusion over a week-end speech by Mr. Morgan Phillips. General Secretary of the Labour Party, in which lie said the Government had not yet (tedded on tin.q test ion <> Ge rman rearmament. PhiUlps was reported to have told the International Social!*' (haatreatcc in Pails yesterday thai __._-..„ —--_,, -neither t* Up Strikes Hotcl Australian Transport MELBOURNE. Oct 23 Strikes to-gay paralysed tail transport In three Australian slates—Victoria, New South Wales and South Australia. Railwavrnrn in the latter two states staged .. ipathy ice li %  neither thr0r**fJtl Government nor th i-nbnur Party have made up its mind about (i.-in.ui ,,armam.-rit It Is a tragic dilemma this choice between two evils." They consider that German) should be enabled to make an appropriate contribution to the bull*! up of the defence of Western de mocracy. "The conditions and methods h) Which this might be brought about, are still under discussion between Oovemm The British Oovernmenl it is unotntOOd, was anxious that no niisuiiilervtiniiliiig alxml ils declared attitude to the question of German rearmament should exist M DM eve of this urgN military and defence committees of the North Atlantic Pad in Washington This morning Bevin was present at a Cabinet meeting at which it is believed the whole question wag again reviewed in the light of the la't weekend cMtfarei N of I A mass meeting of South Aus-> European Foreign Ministers In tralion rallwaymen decided to-dav i Prague. to recommend that the strike be — Heater continued until demands were met ^^^___^_ 24 hour stoppage m sv trike in Victoria The Victoria strike started when men put forward claims concerning overtime pay and othei rates. Aa a result of the rail strike, Sydney to-day had one of its blggeat road traffic tangles on record Buses, cars, trucks, bicycles and horse-drawn vehicles streamed Into the city. "War Foots Overshadow All Hopes'* SAYS TRUMAN VI Wnm MEADOWS, New fork. Oat 23 Pi Mm Truman told tin t Olted Nations Ge .era! Aasembl; today that "nt the prevent time fear of another great intrrnnlioru war overshadows all hope* „ mankind." The President wa uddiesamg the Assembly on the Fifth Aiuilversar* or the llmv, lOnsnons Charter He amid far of another gre-i war arose "from tensions bexweei r.11Kin* and from the recent out I open aggression in Kole.i He adfcied however that "tm UrJted Statea believe that such war can be prevented, and do n< > "*va that it i* inevitable" He said the United Nations ptu vides a way for negotlaUon am 1 ttlement of disputes unon ration* b,s peacatMl means. "We believe thai Nagjotstgla* is an essential part of this peaeef i process The United Statea aa on of the members of the Unite Nation-, is prepared now as al ways to enter Inu. negotiations "We insist only that negotu tlons must be entered Into tn goo faith and be gxtverned through" by the spirit of willingness i reach proper sotuUons" The President said they ha learnt from hard experience tin "We cannot ielv upon negntl'i tlons alone to preserve peace He said that although man countries promptly disbanded th. armies they had in the secon< World Wai 'other countries continned to maintain fores so larg that they posed a eonste-t threa of aggression" The invasion of Ko-ea hashown who they were, who woult resort to outright war if It sultei their ends In these circumstance the Hinted Nations had no cholc except to use collective strengtl of Us members to rtirh Hgurcsslor He said that ba supported til plan for Unit.-.! Nation, ,„...%  at p-cscnt being considered h (he General Assembly to prepai quick and effective action in an (future case of aggression Truman also said "we inten to build up strengUi for peace as hang a that is necessary Bu at the same time we must continue to Strive through the I/rntc.i Nations to achieve InlernaUonai control of atomic ene-gy an' reduction of armaments and armed forces. "C'o-opcration and effective disarmament would make the dangeof war remote" The President posed three tests principles or which he said any successful plan of disarmament must IHjudged (1) The plan must include all kinds of weapons. (2) The plan must be hated on UPanlmOUl agreement "One sided ii-nimatiient is a sure UsstnsUoi lo aggression". (3) The plan must be foolproo' noil disarmament based on safeguards which will ensure compliance of al nations —Beater Escaped Prisoner Tells Of Massacre PYONGYANG, Oct., 23. COMMUNIST GUARDS turned sub mactunegung on more than 200 American prisoners in a North Korean field after ordering them from a train heading for the Manchurian border Twenty two prisoners some of them wounded, escaped by feigning death and crawling away alter dark. They were picked up by American para •• lM-dtes were found in i i lerdav but lh total i W men killed was not definite! v known Private Sylvester 37. of Harti*horn Oklahoma, one ot the survivors said: "Guards Ual I had to be taken out of the tram tn IHlad We marched down a railway track a little way then turned off into ,i Held where .. %  umber of soldiers with sub machine guns stood on the bank above and -.tailed Bsto "I made a diva on ttl -till and prawn" Thi all around me Other SM rifles began picking off the bay* who were still alive ntid otheri who tried to crawl away "Many of the prisoner* on Ihe train which left INongynng about forces—"units of • days ago bad died from dyaentroops. N. Koreans Pressing" Says Moscow UJNIK1N. Oel J3 A North Rasfaan ooaunuaUo.u' •lataMd ii>.tay that Cummunml rnops bllbuj buck n> nt • "ii nl| fro'lU. bad intlict•• "-rent loasss In life and enuipnei t" on iiiivaiicn %  AMI ; .ul. Korean lorces. Mo*c>* -dio re'Hirted. The eonnnunique lid thai North Of I'vongyangiimmiinisl eanltal captured lv I'nited Nations forces—"unfa H he People's Army uressed li\ mi luTlcallv stronger enemy forces' were flahtlng llercelv against American troops On the eanl "•t the People's Army wu r 'iKilding Ihe enemy advance" lortk of II• mining near the port o( inognam — Hester NO SABOTAGE PARIS. Oct S3 A French navy spokesman today denied that Ihe eiit-h cruiser Glntre and the lroo|hl|' f.rtia had been damaged by acts nt sabotage The Glolrr now dn was under repairs after a gun turret anap ped the spokesman said The I.i.'o was anchored at Casablanca (Morocco) aflei "not mal repairs" were rsrrted out t< j •lectrle equipment. But Ihe BUOMesniau cunfttmed ihat ue enitser ei-e t- V "'"-' was Mhataged as Ihe shie WHI about to Mil for Morocco a fortnight ago. Paris newspaper* hud reported earlier to-day that the cruiserGeorges /.epvaaa and Olofre am' the troopship Leila had been sabotaged recently hv Com muni*' -lemenls Neuter kMled lery and exposure.' he %  aid -Healer Tibetans Going To Poking NEW DELHI. Oet M The Tilwlan QoVSaWIWUt fUU instru.ti.l its (lelemition now in Delhi to proceed to Peking immediately to conduct negotiations with Mao Tse Tung's Government On the tutu?.status "' Tibel. The TiUtini delegation has h,nl talks here during UM past ^eek with the Chineaa An Ki*sador to India, General Yuan Chung Hsu. The Anili.ivs.idoi was understood to I %  i to the delegation Hint talka Offl Tibet's future ihould ba bald In Peking The deiegaUon srtlj leave by air f..i CiUutta on October 26 on the \v,i> to Poking Reuter IIAI'K HOME POLE ARRESTED IN FRANCE PARIS, Oct 25 I The Polish Vice Consul at Toulouse, Skazynla, has been arrested on suspicion of espionage. ihe French Interior Ministry announced tonight. The Ministry said M Skazynla was "arrested and locked up on October 21." This followed "the alscovcry of the Services of Territorial Surveillance (a branch of 'he Police) of a case of espionage" I (large bl one of action l.e external security of %  TinWtfi ot I member of thst Tenitorifil Surveillances service was also involved in the case, the Mil %  '!• added -Kester In New South Wales ; mass meeting of rallwaymen derided la return to work to-morrow buthreatened to strike again if their grievances are still unsettled lv October 30 -keoter. 3 SPIES SENTENCED TO DEATH LONDON. Oct 23 A Bucharest court today sentereed three Humanians to death for spying fur France according to a Rumanian news agency report lecelvcd in London Two French defendants were •entenced to penal servitude for life. —Reuter W. Berlin Expects Skilled Workers WASHINGTON. Oct 1*. The Economic Co-operation Administration Is studying -ecornmendations to transfer up to 120.000 West Berlin skilled worker, and their equipment to other countries In need of thHr specla 1 skill an EC A spokesman sain l.'i. t night Tho spokesman. CorncliuUwyer in charge of EC.As Ge man affairs said that the proposa' was among 27 made bv Wilbur E. Weiss who went to Berlin a: personal representative for Paul Hoffman, former EC A chief The suggestions were beme studied by William C F-.st. i Hoffman s succeeeoDwyer said no decision ha i Baatrvi mot and put m operation l>' Amenean shlpplni < omp.inn %  Foreign Hag vessels look onl> sut per cont d| the dry corgi 'raflV In the war area —Reoter SEAMEN STRIKE RIO DK JANEIRO ->


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ni-.nu (KTonrR M, issu ll\RII\f)OS ADVOCATK PACE FIVE Vestry Wants £3,500 Crossed Studs: .; r m Fined £5 Loan t rom Government ART* AMI IRAFT TO PAY HACK MONEY LIONEL WILTSHIRE of HawKins Gap. Wcslburv Road, did not I CHl by an appeal h.made to th** i-tant Court of Appt... hi t 1 10 11 of Hi. Worship Mr THE SOI..CIT0KS of m. Vestry of St. Michui-1 may now g %  WaI *"V, of ?".*"" Ko ahead with (he drafting of the Bill to be sent to the wiltaUrVTg rofdsrig'erous drtv? Legislature, empowering thr Vestr>' t> borrow the money ing and ordered endorsrn.., to pay back pay for 1948-49 to day labourers and members *t licence. Wiltshire appeals!. of the unestablished staff employed bv the Commissioner* nd ,lw c ? url of App ^ *•* %  *" of Health. This decision was taken by the Vestry at their meeting : day. The giving of ihe back pay wa. day. presided over by Their Honours Mr J. W B Chensry and Mr 0 L Taylor, varied the decision and Increased Ihe flue to .£5. ... i ecominended to the Vestry by the SvailKfn 8 inquiry /Commissioner* and approved Adjourned the Vestry at their mee'tii *-i-ek ago. When the Vestry met yesterday, however, Mr. E. D. Mottles. MCI 1 ., brought to the attention <>i members that they had not settled the question as to how the money was to be paid back. ,i decided to instn %  in. Qgly rt the solicitors The mqutrj stances surruum;. Cecil Wcteter, a 23-ycar-old Antlguan teaman, was adjourned A J II. Hanscheii, LXroner of Distru t .v CIMI web bar was found >"" be paid in 1WJ3 This was agreed to and It was ml inorlepLumber Goes To S/teightstown Over eight thousand i pine luml*r from Halifax wenlanded at the inner bsSSlD 0D Sunday. The lumber arrived by the 4,015-lon steamship "Alcoa Pioneer" which is On a voyage from Canada. Waterfront worker? were quickly removing the limit !" i I Wharf yesterday to lumber yards "f the City. The inner basin was congested with the lumber early yesterday but by evening;, most of it was gone. The SpcighMown "Margaret" and *'D. A. Pierce" were being made fji*i to the wharf shortlv after raldda] I" take load* Of It to SjX'ightst'Vm 1,500 Bags Of Rice Bailiff Fined BIO A FINE of £10 to be paid by instalments or in default three, months' Imprisonment with hare' labour was imposed on taVyeai old James dill of Carringlon's Village yesterday by His Worship bailiff He pleaded guilty to the off...ce which was committed on October 12. The prosecution pointed out that (Jill after having been en|YW .CA held ut the v \u \ •rusted with a goal, the property ,. mre ycu-rdav aftmoon il V t Plnfui I Street Talma for larceny as ; ONE OF THE EXHIBITS at Q...TI, Park. Local Scenes In Embroidery On Exhibition Ai Queen** Park mi MOST STRIKING EXHIBIT ut tbfl Art* and Croft* Embroidery Exhibition which opemd !>.-<.'mU-t ing recorded before against him "'' artll k ei.iiv appreciate gift* He said he didn't know what got ol furniture and other ... Into him to make him do such a %  -uitable for this purpose thing. Anyone desirous of helping r n Sgt King prosecuted for the contact Mrs, D.H. Ward. S< police ary of the YWC.A. One thousand, live hundred bags of rice arrived for Barbados from British Guiana on Sunday by the 74-ton schooner "Lucille M. Smith" Schooner "Rnsarene". 00 tonnet, was another week-end arrival from British Guiana. A cargo f 156 i IIof firewood and !6n bag! of charcoal was brought here by the two vessel* Quantities of fruit and cocoanuts from St. Lucia arrived yesterday by the 4fl-ton motor vessel "Lady Joy", while from British $4.473 89 Guiana rmre tire wo d ami charrMNUMCttOfl A ith scavenging eqvnpcoal arrived by ttM adJOOOer ment, Mr. Moltley explained that "Marion Belle Wolfe." • this would be used up in the purchase of modern scavenging Linnieni which was now *elng S480 LIFTED ['"""" i The Vestry adopted an interim (From our Own cwiw noit -"" | report bv nit commissioners f" ANTIGUA. Health on the subject or dli Gsrtruuic CNeaU of, lricl niard.'ls with a plan for Now thai lh.e was need for .^rther accommodation for children al the Home and he Ve-iry were asking Government to give] assistance In this, he did not see could not use these amounts' for the purpose. He would therefore suggest that a I pointed to go Into the matter as to the best means dog the money for the purpose. Sir. McD Symmonds said that hircsHsad the Nightengale Home ;ins of giving an opportunity to some of the poorest children In the colony. Any money spent on It was sure to yield hig dividends In the long run, because ihe training at the Home helped to mould the chararter ol these children and make of them good citizens. He therefore had great pleasure In seconding the motion The VastTJ agreed and it was decided o appoint as the Cornhe Guardians, the Chalr%  m Mi had Ooddard, M.C.P., and Mr. E. D Motllej. M C.P. As regards a credit balance of Barclays Bonk H.UIV AT IIIIMI O'Neal -. Drug Store has recently returned to Antigua attar a holldav In the Virgin Islands and SI. KltU. She was greeted with the news that 3480 had bean stolen Irom the -ash in her shop. A few days later a newspaper boy who worked for h Bcfuudcd 10 BartaOM 3.0MJM l 4.AM S3 Paid I .. luniMl Ofki TI.4S8 ST T.M0 "9 SO akuti M BALANCE .B.W.I. ruit*i i. A ntvr na n — Work*!*' SavliuM Biisnt!.. the purchase by Government -i' .:. :he Smile Street dis trirt. The Churchwarden said that he could not speak too highly it the recommendation of thi; .,-* (or a district' market S x buildings there were delapidaled. rat infested and horrible %  ellums. In the purchase o. they would be cleaning up that slum area and establishg a district market, killing ro birds with one stone, as a attar of fad." The Vestry were unanimous their approval of the site and decided 'o recommend It to Government for the purpose in. tended. A letter from the Financial Secretary informed the Vestry that funds have been prov ded for effecting the necessary repairs to the breakwater at aw Princess Alice Playing Field nnd that tha work would be un. %  by the Colonial I glneer. The Clerk was instructed replv expressing the thanks of the 'Vestrv to the Government The Vestry began consldera. t on of Mr T W. Miller's mortem thai iU parochial employees wno h-.vc been in the service for 1 iiore and are not In receipt of the maximum salary be raised to their maximum as ha* been done In the case of other empl'ivees at a previous meeting of the Vestry. Mi Weatheihfv-id suggested an amendment to the effect tha* R bv "their maximum in uieir grade." Mr Mottley opposed •c" nnrf Clemci gardener rington's Wiggins the "IS years" and "Id tint the pr rclple had at' ,eih"oi,obi ISM been that an empoyce should be Gas Station In Broad Street THK Advocate yesterday found a gasolene serviiV station in %  drug store and a doll's house in a dry good's store. The drug store | and detained, was the Phoenix Pharmacy and the dry good's store was Da Coeta's. There Is also a farm at Da Costa's and at the Pharmacy T "y are being exhibited In the glass cases of the two stores The service station will be the first prize Tor the Raffle being held by Mrs. J. H. Wilkinson in aid of the Old Ladies' Home, ana the farm will be second prize The station is equipped with many modern fittings There are facilities for applying the H-L Test, there is space for parking tn the roor and an elevator to take you there. Coca Cola can be had while you are waiting, and there are the usual things like pumps and a hoist. Modern fittings are also found in the doll's house. The house has two floors, and some of the artii le|n It are, a tricycle, a perambula. tor, toilet and bath, stools, tables and chairs, a rc'rlgerator and I reading lamp. I The rarm contains some of the magnetic toys much in vogue these days. There la a cow drinking water from a trough, a pan to which the cow is to be milked magnetic pig with equally magnetic sucklings, floating duckand along with all these a ble barn in tha service for 20 years or more. One case of 1J years had I ten approved ior very obviou* reasons He would agree with the motion if Mr. Miller changed th' figure to 20 years Mr Miller agreed both suggestions Fur ther discussion was postponed until next me eting. ammm Felt From Tree: Injured I Wiggins, 17-year-old \ of Quaker's Iload, CaiVllluge. fell from a tall .. ,.ie woods along Welches Road, St. Michael, yesterday, and got severe cuts on his chin He ken to the General Hospital Beth of tbesc exhibits signed by Mrs (ioide w | 1'ii'Mdcnl of the ILarttado'Ailand crafti ih, exnibiu are all nf local lubcnltted by Mrs <;. While. Miss K. llawkinMl H A Vaughan. and MiQ Btl grave, and for the past 4i months. four girls and n supervisor have btan employed preparing for the exhibition Il comprises luncheon sets. kltchsM aprons. lOwvla, pn'iiii cloths, wall hangings, of guest towels. tabsS t* ttM and napkins which are all for sale. The idea of (In ipi' %  originated by Mrs H A Vaughan. Distui I Welfaie Ofl'cer and tinArts and Crafts readily accepted I because they felt lhat If tho exhibition proved %  uceaasful, tin' might IKable |o start I nhHM industry for girls and one whlcli nrould uppl> the demund of thi' tourist for ltK'al lunillcraltarbiell convey something of thr ordinal j lire or Barbadians and are not just copies of European or Amei lean designs. Sccnci From LfCtl Life There is a luncheon set design ed by Mrs G. White depictiin. local life Each mat tan > a dlfTrrenl design as renown ., fruit si-ller. a fish boy on bicycle, another with a fish sell..ii.i a buyer In an ..rguinent. nut seller with flies over Ui %  sweets, a donkey earl with potato I R 1 slips Another luiu-henn et designe.by Miss Hawkins snows a mai. throwing a flsh net out to sea. %  yaeht with two o. .-ipanta MM a huckster. One of the exhibits i n tlie wai: is a beach bag designed by Mrs tiwen llelgrave in white eoia with a rtsh on a blue blut ground An interesting fcatun Of this exhibit is the while eellula which has been used for the applique work In order to conve; the Idea of the coral. There are some cmomirterct Strips depicting local landscap scenes and Uiese can re used fo 11 hani: 40 Rarhatliaiis In St. Lucia Police Force liiK st i BCH Poti-al %  *o. Lt Col BBS i i of tha l.t Hi,. AtlYac.ll. n l*t, Col. James who U> now o. leave prior to retiremei Saturday on the AIOM. •"Issieer god will Uletunung I. England OB Wednesd.^ S t.olSU. He is staying at tni O-ean View Hotel. He said that the ivi in St Lucia. U in.nnh ol jrouBg men ol tin rtghl lypi who are keen and show mi kI'he Force u, M v< py one with a well satfabushe epeil de cars*. Not so long ago he said thai Col Michclm and he I,.,. sions ragwdau %  MaDol I 'i lh< training of DosKSHheo ot tha Wine i irda, Laawanli aad Bart %  BOM had BO suggesting that a school be as an the M"i n %  ill li s town Oi I asablo lialnlng at lea>t 100 DBSs9 %  • u.i wlu-'i all Hie (ioveriiuu it COnOsTMd have studied the proB Hi BOg gatts. there was n. rgrstan ohj %  tan should not %  Training School It Is a moat essential tiling fa he Polnv ie island lo have a permanen Training School as the island* MtlViduaU* cannot keep \ h chool going all the yOai He said that St Lucia wa chosen because it wag tha moat central Island with exce.;. inunlcallons for the tehool and ii l as the most sui^ea lo return to ttM Wf I dies where he will settle eithei St l.u.i.1 of llarbados "ALCOA PIONEER' BRINGS FLOUR s "AlUOa I'loneel" dUII urged bora on Sundaj I ags of Horn IA4 bagg ..( ouPt, 72d nipt) I.IIM ami .! .(i. mill poultry i.ed rrom Canada LI b ft on during tha nlghl foi si Vincent, it r oom bjm ii looalbj u. .:. i DaCoata Co Ltd %  v. v %  %  PUPINJV CHOWS > %  %  _a a %  %  a'a i i %  %  %  a %  %  ^v*v>**v,'.v*v*'/wooov.''-'x-aooooc-, .v> m e fl J HARRISONS BUOAD SI IHE POPULAR JONES SEWING MACHINES MADE IN ENGLAND SI'M I.VI I'HIM.S Kill SPOT ASH HAND MODEL $85.50 TREADLE „ $141.00 I III III I I I JIMS UIIIAM.I II A "JONES MACHINE WILL DO EVERY DESCRIPTION OF SEWING AND WILL MAKE A PtRFECT LOCK-STITCH ON ALL MATERIALS FROM THE FINEST SILK TO THL HEAVIEST DRILL. BUY A JONES"— El Will l.l\ I Mil A LIFETIME Ol HUH III I -I III I SERVICE HARRISON'S iCXAL AGtNTS '.ooacoaj grfal pre YOU ENJOY A . . HEAL CUP OF TEA (&>-i^* WHEN YOU SERVE TYPHOO TEA Refreshing* to the nervous system, harmless to the weakest stomach, stimulating and delightful to the Palate. Fresh supplies juat received. ORDER from your GROCER or DRUGGIST. inns in addition, than 1 tar bad lan landscape %  COM WOrh id In briglit blues, m ,ellows and Utls gives the t| Dl .in,. Of i MI-XLI an ..rt Also lrtillille.t Ia plenle OsOUl in II in .aittine and a | gift li. n BptO I carry11ig designs of a eoHluul and tiving rtah lumping oul <>t a fryln .M!I DOptOBl frUII an i BOM anth %  Mbtaeu design. IB ii,, centra of the room, than .. t.,i.. ... kth rnaUar article constating "i a variety •>( traj duths showing namboyani treei lialm trees breadrruil. flying llh. seascapes and figure Itt ai Ufa Tno aithlbiUon continues dallj until Polutdaj. Ootobar 2H fron 1 a.m unld 4pm. 'Say Goodbye to Backache 1 -SAYS GRANDMA i>* %  a i middle life. Hut il >..u tuukl t - %  Mrs. W. II. of WrIUnd, Out %  grandawthti *'H w '*. *'<'king In ho Baal mm boast, day aftti i'> | ytm w-il.I t-.iiiv apprei lat< boa morn I it. Cheat's Kidney U*ai IMUcan d ( %  a TI in n i—< y in That's brcauM thi nun pravi %  Dl %  coadltkMH t ones contalai aprdal M un -Ii it podbnl .ill. HI w kaa ncy nnd liver di-mLm which often MustIxcWache. So don't sorter with painful loino and ba ch a ra a try tail iiliablr renwdy proven by '.II dill I century's ur br. rhj-'s Kidi.y liver 1'illi. Al all drug.canters. n. Every sweet is more delicious with BIRD'S CUSTARD M.„ k.i To mak ur of aricijuJllcd Ha' Braaassnassj lasoOsBOail T. nr cogaanl h n>i> • %  as long a* >t>u 0* '"" "*>< m laaaaabo do name Bird'\ BBS baaa an assurance of unvarying quality. g IH-I. u ask BO ( aslars. %  % -1st I.. k to hsnl's! c -ASUA1S TO-DAY'S TWO -FIVE STAR' CABS CONSUL I 4 cylinder 1508 c.c. 47 B.H.P at 4400 R.P.M. | ZEPHYR SIX 6 cylinder 2262 c.c. 68 B.H.P at 4.000 R.P.M. !; Charles .SlrEnearney A Co., Lid. %-JV.W.-.W.V.VS.W.VS.W.-SSSS'.W.V.W'' I I WIIW %  11 vssss.::'ss.::::::::-s Cnwlard'i TARTAN SllonTBHKAD-w-rlin__ ...... SWEET ASSORTED BISCUITS—par n H It F SALAD STICKS per Un CKYSTAI.ISKI. Elil-IT pf pll SMP V I'I'^I> WHEAT I.T pt M'K CAKE MIX pvr pkt ALL BRAN—pfi pkt TABI I HAISINS— gjr pji. %  p.r II AVFIOX BISCUITS— prr Un LOCAL OUAVA JELLY pt. boEOa UHINKI.NC STIiAWS pr-, !. BTAoavmo MrTd


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PAGE TWO BARBADOS ADVOCATE TUESDAY OCTOBER 84, 1*66 Cahib £aUw£[ Moncl.iy 3011 Sim OEOROC ANP LADY SEEL B W I.A ya-urdsy sfUroooo #RS A W L. SAVAdE. Mn Hopwood will visit the Needlework Exhi'.ilir.n at Queen's Park this mornln. al 1030 o'clock rsttirnsd from Trinlaaa by Returned Yesterday Lett OD Sunday M R. and Mi* .luhn Uogarl wer_ holiday in* rrturned lo Venezuela on Sunday They were accompanied by Comdr. and Mrs. Fusselman. Tnlll They spent their holiday at the '* ,( *, K < Club. Saturday evening Comdr S IR GEORGE SEEL. KlM<; Head of Development and Welfare in the Weil Indlei accompanied by 1-ady Seel, returned from Trinidad yesterday after. Barbate* noon b > B.W.I.A where they at06 tended the opening -eremony of legislative council • f the new constitution of Trinidad and Also returning yesterday x-cre If Masslah. M.L.C., and Mr* Fi.,.^i— ou^h rii.h attar iwasaian. ana oar. n. %  >. a. i^w at the Paradise Beach Club, after which the party went to the Club Morgan, where Mr. and Mrs John Bogart were Most and Hottest at dinner. Among thee)> pit Mr. and Mrs Winston Ward. Col. nnd Mrs. Richard* Vldmcr. Mr. :inf months ago he was here on a few weeks' leave. Short Visit M R. J. O. Dlckson of B.OA.C, London and at present acting Chief Accountant, B.W.I.A. in Port-of-Spain, returned 'o Trinidad vaster day afternoon by B.W.I.A.. after a short visit to the B.W.I.A. Branch her* Mr Oliver Johnson, Acting Branch Manager of B.W I.A. was at Seawell to sec him off En Route to B.G. M R EDWAHD BROWN, who has been spending a holiday In Barbados left yesterday for Trlnidad^y 11 W.I A., where he will spend a few days before returning to BO where he works on Diamond Plantation. Mr. Brown Is originally from Scotland. He was staying with the Parris' at "Black Bets" St. Peter Those Pretty Programme Seller* W HEN T HE MIDDLE WATCH" was produced at The Empire Tin ago. glamour girls from the staffs f Baretsyi bank and The Royal Bank df Canada had the Job oi programmes to the audt Ihej cams up I the in On the occasion of T.UHIK SPIRIT" whuh will be i lagatl on 2nd nnd Srd Novembei luaifflft" I"'"" The Singer Sewing; Machine Co. will be doing the ssQlngj on the Brst night, and on the second night tliree "Miss ideals" frnni (he staff of Cave Shepherd Co. Ltd.. will be 04 duty. Although the Programme Olrls are themselves a draw, the play promises to be one of the moat popular produced, and like "The Middle Watch." will be In tht capable hands of Mr Norman Wood. M.C.P.. who eremony. also attended ih< W.I. SELECTOR BACK MB. r. A. 0. OLAiaalONTE. "•lector on the Wsat Indies Cricket Board of Control, returned yesterday by B.W..I.A. after attending a meeting of the Went Indlea Cricket Board of Contral in Trinidad. Back From Meeting M R F A C CLAIRMONTF. one of the Selectors of tne West Indies Cnrkt Board of Control returned Yesterday by li W I.A after attending a meet ing of the Weal Indies Cricket Board of Control in Trinidad Mr. "Toddy'' Hoad the other Barbados representative returned on Sunutty. Next Exhibition T HE next exhibition at thu Mnaiiim win f:\lnbition of the paintings SUM drawings of Cam Gill, who died in France during the war aa tht result of privation* The exhibition will open October. Christmas Comedy R EHEARSALS are now In full swing lor the Bridgeto Players' new production "Thi Man who came to Dinner" There is %  large cast for this amusing Christmas comedy wh. 1 h will take place in December Successful M R SAM GIBBONS. VstttaOfl Officer at Seawell. who attended a course in Public Health "raining in Jamaica from September 1949 U. July IBM, has bean informed by the director of th" Public Health Training* Station where he attended the course, that he was one of the -m< rs.fu! candidates. With Trinidad Police M R ALFRED CLARKE of the Trinidad Police Force arrived yesterday by B.W.l.A. for s month's holiday in Barbados. Mr. Clarke who Is a Barbadian, bj attached to the C I. D. rod has been in the Trinidad Police Force for ten years. He is staying in Spooner's HU1 with his family. With T.L.L. A RRIVING from Trinidad yesterday morning by B W I A were Mr and Mrs. Ian Rumsey Mr. Rumsey Is a geologist with Trinidad Leaseholds Ltd The. are he.e for about ten d day slaying at the Kingsley Residential Club, at Cntlle fffaal Bathsheba. To Bridgetown Direct _r po Bridgetown Direct," and i "To Bridgetown via Olstins. Worthing and Hastings" is what i. written on the sign pictured ii yesterday's Advocate. Thu sign Is on the road t > Seawell Airport Just above ;t< junction to "Lowlands Road." The sign Is almost c mplctel .•overed by Green-Pe.i tP %  Coming Next Week M R REGGIE ELLIOT o! Cable ft Wireless who was sent to St Kilts mmg month %  go as Installation CngbM Si three months there engaged n the removal of equ pmeni Iron the old Wireless site near the airport to the new site which Is still nea r b y the airport, but does not obstruct the runway. Soon after the hurricane he was sent to Antigua and has lust completed a job repairing thland l ne and erecting two Adastrn masts Mr. Elliot wl I be returning to Barbados on th > Canadian bout next week High Spirits H EAVY sbowera Of rain mud,,. ->lx o'clock -n Antigua liaal Thursday afternoon did not pre writ ovei two hundred i n I from arriving on time t. "At HOme' St Government HOUS given by His Excell Oove nor and Mrs Blackburn. 1| *.i! lite largest gathering W. Qcvevnmanl House in many years nnd everybody seemed tu "have bean m high spirits For The Races jVflR MANUEL GONZALF.7 %  "I arrived from Trinidad yelerday morning by B.W I A Ii ride In the November Races Hi is A guest at the Windsor Hotel A %  2steaga>Bj Btl J v^aaPaT H SaW 1 FaaV' 1 '! a t 1 tie*. tl?/. Housewives' Guide Prlct. of Butter Bean, and ( a ill Mower when the "Advocate' checked yesterday were: Batter lir.Hi-. 24 cenU per lb. Cauliflower 8 reula per lb (;v'U< Kooes. aaas e d i a*. Laughed At Funeral RAINHAM. England The good people of Ruinham Essex County, stopped and stared when a funeral procession passed dOsn the main thoroughfare the iiiher day For the trvnirnws in the gV Mack automobiles following I've .fie waving and srnilliU on the onlookers? It was the funeral of Alfr?<, George Swann. aged 82. bou.i. lor the local parish church, where he was organist Before Swenn died he asked that no one should moufii noi "shed any tear over me." Commenicc* his son Henry Swann: "His cheerfulness mad him everybody's friend. And everybody tried to fulfil his wish —I.N N What Was Funny? THE annual s*inmun K neM across Turkey Neck Channel. rtsV Mi over a course marked by flv imoys equal distances apart. This >ear all except one swtmme;l rushed the race. Joe Dumni. who was expected to win, in explaining his failure, said "I was lust past the third buoy, when I felt a cramp. I knew I .ouldn't finisn, so I turned arouiui and came back to the starting point. I'm glad I did. bwause I discovered I hid lost my pants. 1 sure wouldn't have wanted to finish withoui' them." Reporters who were listening h.ugheri at poor Joe. and with good reason. Why.' * f : MM *jl MI'I' % %  |II*1<0 *m<* Hcmq 'in 11 uinn>B B.B.C. Radio Programme Tt'FsnAV. CKl 1*. isao BadM Ne*itp.. 1 y m TWp 1MB, I ill pm Sport* B* BBC Northern Or*M->tri: J oo p m Piano Htciui. i is p m PiusiMiifnc Prl* ISO pm Weiw Masnslna. B SO p m Lltr iron London 111 D' N-* Kpconll, TOO p m. Tha Nawi. T lo p m Mows An Night'. 1U pv tlnitad Nation* Day. B.M p n Radio N-wira*i. Ill pm I'-utad Nation* ftrporl, S SO [ %  m Com pua( of the Wash. S M p m On Uw J..b. S 45 p in BBC Midland Lifhl Oicheatia. B.M p m Mret tha Commonw--UtH. 10 00 p m Tha New; 10 10 u m torn th* Editorialt: 10 IS p m Tip Top Tunaa. IS 45 pm Report AOr.VTM ri.l'B CINEBIA (M. !" *.-. OnlyJ TO-NIGHT TO THURSDAY NIGHT at *M MATINEE : TO-MORROW at 5 p-m. JOHN CAULFIELD • CLAUDE RAINS AUDREY TROTTER in -THE I % %  X.srxPEI TEH" PLAZA Theatre-se/DGfrowN LAST I SMOWS TO DAY J and S 10 p m WM>nri • Hnariom Tarhnlcokir Hit I •LIFE WITH FATHER' aparlal sIMUkSaThar*IIui nan RKNALDO %  > Caara KID IN OI I) NHV MEXU'O* 1 i .Cheap Prh-e.1 & Jimmy WAKELY in "SONG OF THE Ml Ki: \ Rupert and L*e Castaway S3 Sow Summer LON1X1N Twenty-four i>edigree sows i wned by farme. Rogei Kidn-r Potinglaod, Norlolkshln lag 1 ind. will live in iwrpctual "si %  pan Kldner Infra-red lamp.-. v. li.t-li Mill ketp ihc floors *arrn ncl fl y ind t'lieourage the sow. to breetl all the M.ir nnind. -INS Wedding BY THE WAY , KACHCOMK-* •'A detipn for a srol submitted K. the sVWkecli Water Board in rorporalrrl < %  rliubbu cupid. The Board has rejected It as inappropriate." A LONCi. long time "go when you were in petticoats, we once had much the same problem At that time we Mere running a circus at Oxford (later known as "Oxfo'-d Circus"), and Professor llnrgreavea. our faithful old ringmaster, submitted a design for n new type of seal with a bui'tIn motor horn The Measure. *i wo christened -•Witness" on sight, WUN neve, pppulnr with his teammates, who Buapeeted him of non-unfdn trickery. While they had to concentrate on the row ol li\\\h horns on which the whole cast rendered "Auld Lang Syne' in the finale. Witness was able to udd his occasional note while keeping one eye on the man with the basket of herrings or counting up the first four rows and getting a rough estimate of the night's tnkinRB. When he was retired we kept him foi many years in a water tank in the attic Frankly we cannot see any advantage in Incorporating any chubby rupids in seals and M feel that the W.itci Board who obviously need simple wnrking seals, were right Puffin FWaOm A>/fce —Newspaper Heading 'Wots that, Fred?" "It's a puffin "I know it's a puffin. It's a puffin and a'blowing fit to bust "Ar "It's a proper puz/lc, that Is "It says 'ere in the paper> The bird may loAr ,>ff gfti i'io and so sofre the pollrr force's problem "I'd like that. Fred "Ar." Intrn-Mting. Huh? 'Ipolopy — The suit featured in this column last Friday u.t i/reu'MTannel with green velvcv.. not red as we slated We nusl have U-en thinking of pelticoats.— nail V |M]MT pUNNY you shou'.i av we're aiwayi thinking ol tctUcoata. loo. except verj iI.I 'ionally we find ourselves ihink*ng of lly-papers ant! boras blankets O N SATURDAY afternoon at 4.00 o'clock, at St l>awrernx L'hureh. Miss Edilh Oertrutlc Spe ncer, daujanter of the late Mr ; i ,\!i ., It Spencei ol i idge", Black Rock, was morrie.. !o Dr. Knollys U A Inmss of Trl-i I io . and he goti down c a 0 %  8 r 1 • • f f I. IT 1 „r + y u 1 '6 1 1 w o a a ADMrsnU* IM t.|.in at-1 Bjr tht tni.x.u. iW Across Suggo-ui 1 N oppose sn inssc 1, ComDUMd aposx ana ase. 1. ID which rou Mil find tiblrj 111 nod. la %  mi --ii-u psrar upright. (01 %  w IO prorUllug IM IS. Tap to fit 1 J~*; I, AtMf ramnes will sgrss taai si aBia with msc. 1ST %  ggggaltt prorida* you wtia t i Uoiortuaate ratuit or oaj' You'll Bod inn-. I gst oa '.i the Mlset. i| 0 Tna rst Ted you dldu't pay ._ v IS Across to the prrteui day. 1 rtiia girl u la s prorssatoosl dsnes. 16) H Part/ un niasr in* (or of air duuford's Hie. (•) 1. Thla la void. SBIh >1 New PVIurcsi Johnn, -SACK BROWN In Jimmy WAKS4.Y "CRUSHED TRAILS" sad "PARTNERS OF THE TRAIL' (sAIKTV iThe G*rden) ST. JAMES UV8T SHOW TONnT MONO<.RA8 DOU1IL*. L~„ ..HK.,1. „. '!">" WAKK1.V ,„ FIGHTING MADa "lAINBOW OVKB THE 11(11 KII-WII.I.WI.I wid ThurMay ( N p ni "'''-MAN TTH TWO LIVES" a BLACK GOUT wiiK Color by TnrhiUrtik): a NOHH1S ""*" Antnon. wiiNr. I:.MI'IHI: Last Tws Shews T-day— 4 45 and l 20th Ontury Fox presents Rlrhard Widnwrk and Paul Doailaa In PANIC IMHE STREETS Barbara Bel Oeddr. suj Walter I Jack I Palanre IIOYY To-day and To-marro* 4 30 and 8 15 M G H Double Robert Taylor Vivien Lelsh In "WATERLOO BRIDGE" •M Hill IN OF THE MOVIES" with Red Hhelton-Msrsarel O'Brien ROYAL Last Two HBOWB To-day— 4 M snd S 30 Republlr Hi, Double . 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