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Tharsday
Getéher 26
1950

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Malaria Research, ***â„¢

May Come To

West Indies |

VOLUNTEERS ‘REQUIRED IN U.K. |

From Our Own Correspondent }

Bi LONDON, Oct., 25.
EXPERIMENTS on human volunteers in Britain
on the lines first tried out in Australia have

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been suggested in order to find a solution to a mala-
ria problem baffling colonial medical research work -

ers.

This is revealed in the annual report on Colo-
nial Research (for 1949-50) published to-day by the
Colonial Office. The problem concerns certain re-
sistance strains to anti-malaria drugs and was dis-
covered particularly in patients from rubber estates |
in Malaya.

W. Europe
Needs 50
Divisions

Some evidence of it, has also
been reported from East and West
Africa and elsewhere.

The report describes it as a
“most important and disturbing
development in malaria therapy.”

After a full discussion. the ma-
laria sub-committee of the Colo-
nial Medical Research Committee
said, a factor existed “that might

available anti-malarial drugs”
both in respect of prevention and

LONDON, Oct. 25.
Between 50 and 60 divisions and
8,000 to 5,000 aircraft are neces-
sary for the defence of Western

Europe a sty gro’ set up by
the British Rawal Institute for In-
ternational Affairs ass to-day

In a report entitled “Defence in
Cold War” the study group of the
institute whici: is unofficial, said:
“A free world must prepare for a
long drawnout struggle with its
Communist challengers in Europe,
the Middle East and Asia.

Chairman of the study group is
Major General Sir Ian Jacob who
was military Assistant Secretary
to the British War Cabinet during
the last war and is now director
of the overseas services of the
British Broadcasting Corporation

The Revel Institute for Interna-
tional Affairs claims to be 4 non-
political body. The study group
declared that during the next four
or five years the Soviet Govern-
ment itself is unlikely to launch
Any aggressive war but that the
cold war will continue. In a cold
war na could lose vital
Strategic a and points they
would need for effective defence
against military operations by the
Soviet Union and its allies.

“The Communist’s cold war is
an effort to weaken Capitalist
states for the war which he
believes to be inevitable” the
teport added. “If the cold war
fails in that purpose then the
Soviet policy judging from
the past — may be brought to
ine post of accepting comprom-
ise and co-operation and so
world war will be averted.”

Tie study group said that the
Western. Union Defence Organi-
sation should ye merged in the
Atlantic Pact Organisation,

—Reuter.



: i. -
Missing Scientist’s
Honie Searched

LONDON, Oct. 25

British s@curity officers early
this morhing entered ahd searched
Abingdéa (Berkshire) hoe ot
Professor Bruno Pontecorvo, Brit-
ish dtom Scientist who disappeared
in Finland,

Four security officers used a
master key to enter the house,
and drew all curtains before they
switched on the lights.

The search lasted more than one
hour, When the officers left they
took with them a large suitcase.
They refused to make any state~
ment,

A search warrant was ob-

tained before the officers entered
the home of the scientist. -Reuter.



to be more effective and quicker |
h field investigations

; Dr.

who had previously studied cer-
tain aspects of malaria in West
Africa and East Africa has initi-

treatment, of malaria.

The sub-committee decided that |
to get at the full extent of the |
problem, its significance and im- |
portance, further investigations |
should be. catried out in Malaya
and elsewhere.

It recommended also a study of |
the subject by experimenta! in- |
vestigations in Britain on human }
volunteets on the lines that had |
been adopted at Cairns, Australia. |

This plan was considered likely

affect the policy to be adopted in
: in the use of different

The Colonial Medical Research |
Committee have now reported that
arrangements for the purpose are |
under consideration. It involves |
the maintenance of malaria strains |
obtained from different colonial |
territories and their use in experi- /
mental studies and may take some
time. |

The present range of malaria
research is likely to be extended. |
Despite the importance of African |
problems, says the Medical Re-
search Committee, it is felt that
the time has come to get a wider
view of the whole malaria mos-
quito problem by extending re-
search to other countries,

One of the most promising of
\such fields is the West Indies.
In this area, only in Trinidad and
British Guiana, has the problem
been tackled in a scientific way.

R. C. Muirhead-Thomson

ated special studies in Jamaica.



Russian Delegate
Disappears

HELSINKI, Oct. 25.
The Soviet legation here said
today thit a Russian trade dele-
hotel
in
seen

gate living in a Helsinki
to. report for
and had not

failed
August
since,
Finnish Secutity Police said
that the missing man-—40-year-
old Ivan Markin a Russian engin-
eer belonging to the Russian trade
mission hete — had crossed into
Sweden at the Torneau
frontier in North Finland.
Markin, believed to be a bache-
lor, was accompanied
frontier by a Finnish
but she had
Helsinki.
Reuter’s Stockholm Correspond-
ent reported that the Swedish
Aliens Commission had no record
of Markin in Sweden and sug-
gested that he might have gone
to Norway and not to Sweden.
—Reuter.

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been



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to the
girl-police
returned

since to

ON BOARD “COLOMEIE

PICTURED here are some of the distinguished personalities travelli:
made its first post-war visit here yesterday.

Left to right are Mr. Jean Marie, President of Compagnie Generale Transatlantique,



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THE MARCH

waset | Slump In
Bec | Diamond

Workers

LONDON, Oct, 25

Rationing of rough diamond

allocations have been cut twic
in the past six months— is puttin:
skilied polishers and cutters out o
work in London

J. C. Ginder, President of th
Diamond Manufacturers Associa
on said to-day that a seriou
situation will develop if the short

ige continues,

Cuts in rationed rough diamond
h ave already led to an appre

iable amount ef unemploymen
in London he said, wdding tha
“we are coming to the end of ou

eserves and it will be. serious i
hese cuts are continued.”

Export orders were alread:
jeopardised he said, because ther:
were not enough diamonds to fult
orders

The general trade opinion j
Hatton Garden London's diamon
tvade centre is that there are n
vest hoards of diamonds but th:
usuffieient are being produced 1
meet world demands.

A representative of the Diamon
Trade Corporation said to-da
that “«pplications are for far mor
diamonds than are available, W.
have to share available diamonds
not only with British manufactur.
ers, but with industries all ove:

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STRIPPED down to their underwear to prévent them from hiding arms, these North Korean Com

munist prisoners are marched to the rear by U.S. Marine guards, in this picture by LIFE photo }

grapher Carl Mydans.

Explains LIFE, “In defeat, the North Koreans suffered huge casualties
15,000 captured. The U.S. now counted 3,000 of its sons killed, another 11,000 wounded, and hoped that
a surrender would halt the fighting. But Americans wére proud of their victory at Seoul, This was a
war most of the world did not expect the U,8, to

-From LIFE International October 23. Copyright TIME Inc.

Jolson Leaves “Colombie” Pays First

Post-War Visit Here
More French Ships Coming

PAYING its first post war visit to Barbados, the French
Luxury liner “Colombie” steamed into Carlisle Bay yes-
terday evening from Le Havre via Southampton and Mar-
tinique shortly after tive o’clock with 600 passengers, 33



$4,000,000

NEW YORK, Oct.
singer” Al Jolson

25.

“Jazz who

died two days ago left $4,000,000,

the entertainments journal Variety

reported to-day

Variety said that his estate
would go to Jewish, Protestant
and Catholic charities in eque:
shares after specific bequests fo
eedy university students had
been met

Generous” Trust Funds wert
provided for his widow—hi:
fourth wife — and their two
adopted children—but Variety

said nothing was left to his third
wife Ruby Keeler and _ thei:
adopted son Al Jolson junior aged
15.

—Reuter

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g on the 8.8. “Colombie” which

Mr. Lanier

Secretary General of the French Line, Mr. J. Ramorony, President of the French Merchant Marine Com

mission at the French Parliament, Mr. Abel Durand, President of the
sion at the Republic Council,, Mr. C. Laigret, Prefect of Martiniqu
loupe, Mr. F. Lachesnez-Hende, Director General of the French Line for the et

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Mr. L.. Briggs Collins, Director

of R. M. Jones and Co., Ltd

agents f

French Merchant Marine Commis
Mr

Prefect of

Guade
area and

G. Philipson
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of whom disembarked here.

Among those on board were
Mr. Jean Marie, President of the
Compagnie Generale Transatlanti-
que and Mrs. Marie.

Mr. Marie told the “Advocate”
that it was a great pleasure to
re-inaugurate the service of the
French Line through the visit of
the “Colomb’e”, which was in the
past, a very popular ship in the

He sald that the ship is now
a completely new steamer and
will be in the future, a link be-
tween the West Indies and Eng-
‘and, She will be the first Frencn
iner in service and \'wo years
rom now, there will be two addi-
tional ships of the French line,
ic “Antille and Flafdre’, each
apable of aéecommodating 800
passengers with a _ bi-monthly
urope

Mr, Marie thinks .that the
ravelling public of Barbados wil!
appreciate the efforts of the
French tine to improve trans-
poration between Barbados and
®urope

He said that the company pro-
poses to inaugurate on the next
rip, connections between Bar-
bados atid Kingston, Jamaica with
the “Colombie” which he felt
hould be a véry popular trip for
vest Indians ‘

This year, the company had
inaugurated a freigh’ line from
Hamburg and other Continental
ports to the Br'tish West Indies
Licluding Barbados with monthly

sailings and they expected to
improve those sailings in the very }
near tuture j

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In addition to the gsneral cargo
which would be carried by those!
freighters, Mr. Marie said thar it;
was very important to note that}
cargo would also |

accepted on all of those steamers

The “Colombie” left last nig} |

for Tr nidad and is expected to oe}

on October 29 before leaving |
and



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73,000 men killed, over



DING, DONG, DELL!
MULE DOWN A WELL

(From Our Own Correspondent)
PORT-OF-SPAIN, Oct. 23.
A few minutes after
Senath, an Indian from
Curepe, Trinidad had left his
$300 mule in his yard he
could not find it. On making
a search he came back to
the same spot, and there he
Sa\ mule submerged

in an old well, which was
filed by recent floods It
took 50 fellow residents
nearly one hour to dig a

sloping trench for the mule

to be dragged up



WA. UNIVERSITY
FINDS DRUG

LONDON, Oct, 25
have been hunting thy
chemical that gives: a cocoa bea
its chocolate taste, the Colonia
Office announced to-day in its
yearly report on Colonial research

Scientist



Lalest investigations suggest
that the mystery chemical is «
highly complex compound of

Phenol, the report added
During the past twelve months
the University College of the

West indies has developed a
new anti-biotic drug (made like
penicillin from a fungus) which

shows remarkable properties in

killing certain disease germs

The fungus from which the
drug was originally obtained was
found to consist of seven different

strains some red, some white,
some yeliow and some green
Only the tough green” strain
produced the germ — the killing
anti-biotic now known as Mon-
amy ind that has been

carefully isolated

Monamycin kills a wide range



of disease bacteria, although it
doés not affect exactly the same
#roups as penicillin

Resea contint

Reuter

he world.”

He added that some of the finest
liamond eraftsmen in Britain anc
‘n the Continent were being force
© look for other employment,

—Reuter.



(From Our Own Correspondent)

. LONDON, Oct, 25

The Growing concern ovei
“trresponsible” statements _ ap-

pearing Ih various sections of the
Colonial Press again expressed
itself this afternoon in the Hou:
of Commons, Mr. Peter Smither
Conservative M,P. and Secretar:
of his party’s West Indies Sul -
Committee suggested at
time that there should be
debate on the whole — problem,
ary of State fer the Color -
ies J. Griffiths did not oppose the
Suggestion but pointed out. that
it was not for him to atrange
debates

Smithers’ suggestion arose fol-
lowing a question he put to th
Colonial Secretary asking whethe:
the latter had seen a copy of
“Thunder” a British Guiana Mag-







French Discuss



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BEETS WILL
BE WASTED

(From Our Own Correspondent) .
LONDON, Oct. 25.

BRITAIN’S HOME SUGAR CROP it now
appears, will not be nearly as large as was
originally anticipated. Estimates which placed the
quantity of refined sugar from the sugar beet at
626,000 tons have had to be revised. It is believed

that the final figure will be considerably lower.
The rcsson for this is that factories in the Nor-
folk area wiiere a large percentage of the crop is
grown afé unable to keep up with the rush of work.
Already they are behind
schedule in processing the heavy

loads of beet arriving from the
growing area. It is feared that uf-

English Culture



NEW YORK less the factory intake can be
Back trom a long stay in considerably speeded up, there
Britain, film re er Peter will be a large wastage
Cusick \ook his five-year-old Many farmers taking advantage
son, Michael, tnrough the of the dry spell are lifting thei
Central Park They stopped crops now. Normally at this time
in front of ua Shakespeare of the year rain ca the
statue, and the father asked harvest period to be spread over
the son what Shakespeare . - Ty ae
k . . two or three months, This ensure
1eld in his hands (a folio of a constant supply _.of beet. for
one of his plays), Michael's a COME FUDGE. OF } a ‘sean
reply—his ration books! | factories. But this year s been

fone of the driest for some years
| Instead of factories having stead:
, supplies they are being faced with
overwhelming quantities of beet
right at the commencement of th
eason
To try and prevent substan-
tial astage the National
Farmers’ Union h been asked
to sumgest tu the British Sugar
Corporation Who “bw” Te
factories, that only swhrefined
sugar should be produecea now,

European
Army

PARIS, Oct. 2

The French National Assembl ai - ae
to-day resumed its debate of th Ee ee en bet Tet
Government's plan for a Europea UDTE SRRRE AL SNe ee ‘
army The loss of even’a small part of

Near Radical Eduardo Bonne | the beet crop will be felt keenly,
fours, President of the Foreig, | the more Benes vésterda
Affairs Commission approved thy | #Mnouncement that Britain's food.
proposal and said: “If we do no | stocks are not a healthy now as
‘want Germany to rearm againy | they were six months -age, and
Europe, we must establish a Eu | any hopes of sugar coming off the
ropean military force”, ration will be set back aceord-

Pierre Cot, Independent Lef | ingly
Wing deputy, opposed it and call

azine, and what action the Minis- ,
ter proposed “to prevent ¢ircula-

tion of the false statements and
distorted facts it
The Colonial Secretary replied
that he was well aware
danger of the
such material, but sy questions
should be dealt with by
Colenial Governments concerned



contains”, {

of the,

Publication ot!

; ‘ directly
queyfioi larmament, it would bear the re
’ \Sponsibility for it before hisiory

he said,

ed on the Government to proclain
“neutralisation of Germany”

Cot, that Russi
threatened to invade. Bufopé,
“Can the Government say if it
has received a note from its Am



Churchill Does
Not Fear Fire

LONDON, Oct, 25,
Winston Churchill went to a
fire on Tuesday night and insisted
on, getting so close that he gaye
police officials a bad time. The

“If the Assembly directly or in
approved German re

had never

bassador in Moseow indicatin; | flames damaged the last remain-
that Russia was about to invac« | ing section of London's once fam-
Kurope?” he asked ous Crystal Palace



National Defence Minister Jule Churchill was driving to his
Moch said Russia had severa | country home and v the flames
divisions in Germany and her| He marched so close to the fire
army was strong altogether that his sturdy figure was wrapped

Reuter. rapeatediy, in clouds of dense
smoke Worried police suggested
s@veral times that he move back,

the | tarriéa
passenger cab and

(CP)

—

little attention

FULL. UP

(From Our Own Correspondent
PORT-OF-SPAIN, Ort, 29
Patrick Yearwood @ txi-drive
12 pass€iigérs$ in 15 4
was fined $20

but

TELL THE ADVOCATE
THE NEWS

he paid

in this case he was consulting|Said the Magistrate, “You mus Ring 3113 Day or Night.
zits the Governor of British have nose a contortionist to be BS THE ADVOCATE
Juiana. able to dfive that taxi with four
| persons with abhi in the front PAYS FOR NEWS
seat”.

Acheson Rejetts
Plan For Al!

German Govt.

WASHINGTON, Oct, 25
American Secretary of State
Dean Acheson, to-day rejected the
Soviet bloc proposal to set up ¢
constitutional convention, to pave
the way for @ provisional al’
German Government, |

A commiipniags issued, aftet §
meeting of thé East Burapear
Communist Foréign. Mifistefs. a:
Prague on Saturday suggestec
that the convention should have
equal representation from-~ East
and West Germany,

But Acheson, said that the ide:
that, “the 18,000,000 captive Ger

mans of the East should hav
equal representation with — the
47,000,000 free Germans of thé

West”
ary ideas
Acheson
communique
turn to the
proposals
lem.”
Acheson
States had

violated the most elemen
of democracy,”

said that the Pragu
was merely “a re
old and unworkat

said that the Unite
repeatedly urged o
Russia the plah for free, opg
supervised democratic election
all over Germahy for a new con
stitutional convention Only i
this way could a German Gov, 4
ment responsive to the will of th
majority be obtained he said.

He said that the Prague state-
ment “abuses by its perversion of
language the world’s hope for
peace and understafiding.”

“Against that abuse I raise
solemn protest” Acheson added
Reuter

GAITSKELL SWORN IN AS
CHANCELLOR
LONDON, Oct. 25
Hugh Gaitskell wa
sworn as Britain's Chancello
of the Exchequer to-day. He r¢
ceived his seal of office from Kin

in

George at the meeting of th
Privy Council
Gaitskell who ucceeds Ss

Stafford Cripps, was later receive
4n audience by



Only 6 left to win
$50.06 in the

Photo Competition.

days

“Advocate”

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the King,---Reitter.

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PAGE TWO





Carb Calling

M* JEAN MARIE, President
of the Compagnie Generale
Transailaniique gave a cocktail
party on board the French Luxury
iner Colombie yesterday evening

Among the invited guests were His
Exeeliency ithe Governor and Mrs
Sevage, Sir Allan and Lady Collymore,

the Hon'ble Lord Bishop, Mr. and Mrs
E. Fieki, Hon'ble and Mrs. E. J
Petrie, Hon'bie and Mrs. R. Challenor,.

Mr. and Mrs. G. H. Adams, Com-
mander H. G. Tippinge, Sir Edward
Cumard, Hon'ble V. G. Gale, Major

Dennis Vaughan, Mr, and Mrs. H. 5

Sainsbury, Mr. and Mrs. T. I. P. Fitz-

gerald, Mr. and Mrs. George Hunte,
Mr. and Mrs. A. RB. Toppin, Dr. and
Mrs. H. G. Cummins, Col. and Mrs

R. T. Michelin, Mr. and Mrs. A. C.
Boyce, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Wilkinson,
Mr. and Mrs. J. R ger, Mr. and .
Mrs. R. B. McKenzie, Dr. and Mrs

A. V. Greaves, Mr
Douglas, Mr DA
and Mrs. A. V ’
B, Conduit, and Mrs. S. H.
Dagleish, Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Bishop,
Mr. and Mrs. J. Niblock, Mr, and
Mra. W. H. Grannum, Mr. and Mrs
Cc. A. L. Gale, Dr. and Mrs, F. N
Grannum, Mr. and Mra. L. B. Collins,
Mr. and ie mY
and Mrs Seale, Mr
J.M 'iitenen, ‘or
Edghil

ent ? segbest.

makes up her

mind "efore the price
goes up?

, !
On Six Months’ Holiday TT" Beet bathe

off the Hastings Rocks are
a: E. rd ra Minister of faced with a problem. With the
a e oebuck Moravian Sea Egg season now well. under-
core and Mrs. New, left yester- way, boys who go out diving sea
ay on the SS. “Golfito” for eggs come in over the reef off
England where they will spend the Hastings Rocks and break
six months’ holiday. sea eggs just where the children
They have been living in the bathe. Most of the tiny tots have
West Indies for the past five years had to stop bathing aA fc oer
during which time Rev. New of getting sea iekles
worked in St. Croix, Tobago and their feet and amt
Trinidad. This is now their first; When the children’s nurses ask
visit back home since then. “the boys to go a little lower down
and break the shells, they receive

mene coming to the West abuse.
ndies, Rev. New spent some time
in the west part of India in con- May Settle Here
nection with the Moravian Work RS, VICTOR LEWIS and her
there. daughter Betty arrived from
During his absence in the St. Lucia by B.W.1.A. on Tuesday
United Kingdom, the work at and are staying with Mrs. Lewis"
Roebuck Street will be conducted’ mother, Mrs. N. F. Hope in St.
by the Rev. D. C. Moore of Sharon Lawrence Gap.
and Rev. A. C. Pilgrim of Mr. Mrs. Lewis’ husband is a Cer-
Tabor. tified Accountant in St. Lucia and
* J is going abroad shortly to study.
Saturday’s Fair Mrs. Lewis will be remaining
here until her husband returns,
O* SATURDAY October 28, the and she told Carib that they will
a ee Convent — hav- probably settle. here.
ing their annual Fair, which col- Wif ahamas aker
lects_funds to provide children of fe Of B on her SP aan
St. Patrick's School in Jemmott’s Britain is Mrs. A. H Pritch.
Lane with a daily meal and help grq/ whose husband is Speaker
—— the running of the of the Bahamas House of Assem-
school, bly. They have both gone over to
cat pateon and the Police woe Son geenie Slee’ Bae.
a their a = ee ard, silver-haired, modest, is of
he tha usual Wh esl oF fn Engl'sh descent—her forefathers
H ¢ of Fortune, jeft the historic city of Bath over
oop-la and try-your-luck stalls. 199 years ago to settle in the
Besides these needlework and Bahamas. Needless to say, her

handicraft work, done by the chil- first visit outside London was t
dren of St. Patrick's during the see her “home town”. “ for

past year will be on sale.
The Tea Garden and. refresh- sin B.W1S.4. Meeting

ment stalls will no doubt doa
roaring trade. Little Junior must Director of Agriculture and

and Mrs
and Mrs. J. H. C.



have his quota of ice cream Mr. Edward Martin Acting Supt.
and- cokes while he visits of Agriculture, Antigua, have
every stall. By the time he gone to Jamaica as Antigua’s

is through his mother who representatives at the Sugar Tech-
will be tired of “trotting” behind nologist Conference. Mr. George
him will be quite ready for a cup Warren Chemist of the Antigua
of tea and cakes. Sugar Factory will also be there.

at



After Six Months
ISS JOAN SMITH, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Smith
of “Melwi’, Hastings, returned
from England yesterday evening
con the French SS. “Colombie”
after spending six months’ holi-
day

BARBADOS ADVOCATE

| Leave Prior To Retirement

EAVING on the S.S. “Golfito”
yesterday for England was

Lt. Col. E. M. V. James, Chief of
Police, St. Lucia. He is now on
leave prior to retirement at the
end ofthe year. :
During his chort stay in Barba-
dos, he was a guest at the Ocean

View Hotel.
Left For Home
ON. V. C. BIRD, M.L.C., of

Antigua who attended the

She told Carib that during her}opening ceremony of the Legisla-

holiday she was able

Miss Smith is attached to the

to visit}tive Council of the new constitu-
Scotland, France and Switzerland.| tion of Trinidad and Tobago,

pas

in Barbados for a en

few days,

staff of the Development and Wel-~| route to Antigua.

fare Orggnisation

Spent Four Months
‘ON. F. C. HUTSON, partner
of the firm of D.M. Simp-

son and Co., and Mrs, Hutson, re-

turned on the §.S. “Colombie”
yesterday from Englang after an
absence of four months on holi-
day.

While in the U.K., they visited
their two children Michael who is
studying engineering at George
Fletcher's in Derby and Philipps
who is doing nursing at St. James’
Hospital.

En Route To Dominica
EV. ATHERTON DIDIER, a
Methodist Minister whose
station has been in Jamaica for
some years, is spending a few days
in Antigua en route to his home
in Dominica where he will stay
with his mother Mrs. Mabe!
D Didier,

‘‘Hurricanewise”’
RS, DELIA MACDONALD i.
the producer of “Weather-
wise,” a comedy in two scenes by
Noel Coward, which ran for three

nights in the main hau
of the Antigua Lawn Ten-
nis Club. It is unfortunate

that seating accommodation wa
limited but the first show wer
off very successfully. Mr. Amc
Morrell deserves credit for hi
clever decorations of scenery
Those taking part are all clu:
members and the proceeds are i
aid of repairs to the club hous
which like everywhere else di
not escape the hurricane. Mis
Wainwright made her appearance
on the stage for the first time a
Lady Warple and was excellent
Mr. Edward, Scott Johnston as
Reggie Whistler an old family
friend was also very outstanding
Others taking part were Essi
Bell, Margaret Foote, Marjorie
Ross, Dalmer Dew, Peter Char-
lott anq Jack Foote all of whorr
did their parts very well. O°
these Essie is the best known 1
Antigua, and when she is takins
part one always has the inclina-
tion to go and see what nex
Essie is up to.

Another name for this comed
and also appropriate for Antigu:
would be “Hurricanewise!”

‘Rodney’ Due On Saturday
HE Lady Rodney is due from
North on Saturday and
leaves the same day for St. Vin-
cent, Grenada, Trinidad and B.G

THE EMPIRE THEATRE

He jeft yesterday afternooré by
B.W.LA,, for Antigua. .

‘it
NTRANSIT on the “Colombdie”
yesterday for Trinidad were
Mr. and Mrs. L. M, Blache-Frase:
and their daughter Carol who had

spent six months’ holiday ir
England.
Mr. Biache-Fraser told Carib

that he had a course of study at
Administrative Staff College, Hen-
ley-on-Thames after which he
went to Scotland and then did a
motor tour of the continent visit-
ing Rome and Paris among other
places.
. >. *
R. BASIL FLEMING, Dep-
uty Director of Civil Avia-
tion, Trinidad was intransit from
Eng and yesterday on the
“Colombie’ for Trinidad. He was
accompanied by Mrs. ix mor
Mr. Fleming spent six morths
in the U.K. on study leave
holiday.

All-Wunnah
Dunspeak
Picto Nuh?





LONDON,
British portrait painter John
Edward Williams claims the

“Tower of Babel has been over-
thrown” by his new international
language—Picto.

Williams said that his new
world language is 90 per cent
readable at sight by all Europeans
He asserted also it is far mo
effective than Esperanto or othér|
predecessors mainly because it can|
be understood with the aid of a
short key by people who have
never seen the language before,

The following examples, sai
Williams, show how easily the new
language can be learned with the

aid of the master keywords:

Longdistano, in unnoinkultur
teritori, vivad un primitiv race.
(Far away, in an unknown land,
there lived a savage race.)

Intismaner vus vivad, no mitno
extasi, add vusez viva bin la viva
de vusez priorpapas. (Thus they
lived, not unhappily, and their
life was the life of their
forefathers.)

Picto, Williams asserted, will
for the first time in history, make
it possible for the nations to com-
municate with each other through
the
without
language.

In “The Readers’ Key to Picto”
are given ‘the 900 words which
form its basis. Ninety per cent of
these are words known to English,
French, German, Spanish, and
Italian; 85 per cent. to Russians
and other Eutopeans, leaving only
100 to 150 which are not under-
standable at sight.

The 900 words are combined] ,
with each other to form the r>-
maining words in the dictionary,

written or printed word!
learning another,



Flowers From Publicity

attee

HORTLY after the French lux-

ury liner “Colombie™ anchor-
ed in Carlisle Bay yesterday even-
ing, Mr. A. C. Boyce, Honorary
Treasurer of.the Barbados Publi-
city Committee, presented eight
baskets of flowers containing ger-
beras, anthurium lilies and orchids
to the wives of many prominent
people who were travelling on the
ship in addition to oné to Captain
Garrigue and the Officers of the
vessel .

Each basket had a tag on it with
“Greetings and Best Wishes from
the Barbados Publicity Commit-
tee and the people of Barbados.”

The ladies who received the
flowers were Mrs. Jean Marie,
wife of the President of Com-

gnie Generale Transatlantique,

rs. J. Ramorony, wife of the
President of the French Merchant
Marine Commission at the French
Parliament, Mrs. Abel Durand,
wife of the President of the
French Merchant Marine Com-
mission at the Republic Council,
Mrs. F. Lachesnez-Heude, wife
of the Director General of the
French Line for the entire Carib-
bean area, Mrs. Lanier, wife of
the Secretary General of the
French Line, Mrs. G. Philipson,
wife of the Prefect of Gaudelouve
and Mrs. C. Laigret, wife of tha
Prefect of Martinique.
Back From U.K.
T. COL. and Mrs. G. Connell
were among the passengers
who arrived from England on the
“Colombie” yesterday.

Lt. Col, Connell left here in
and]July with the Barbados Rifle
team for Bisley and stayed over
with Mrs, Connell for a holiday.



Housewives
Guide

Prices of English potatoes ani

enions when the Advocate

checked yesterday were English

potatoes 12 cents per Ib.

Onions

B.B.C. RADIO
PROGRAMME

THURSDAY, OCTOBER 26, 1950
1.15 p.m, Radio Newsreel; 1.30 p.m
Ray’s a Laugh; 2 p.m, The News; 2.10
p.m. Home News from Britain; 2.15
p.m. Sports Review; 3.30 p.m. Ring up
the Curtain; 3.30 p.m. Round Britain
Quiz; 4 p.m. The News; 4,10 p.m. The
Detly Service; 4.15 p.m. Bligh of -he
Bounty; 445 p.m. The_ Cathedral
aa $ p.m. Listeners’ Choiee; 5.°5)

p.m. Programme Parade; 5.30 p.m. BBC
Variety Orchestra; 6 p.m. Piano Recita’:
6.15 p.m. Merchant Navy Newsletter;
6.30 p.m. Educating Archie with Peter
Brough and Archie Andrews; 7 p.m.
The News; 7.10 p.m. News Analysis;
. We see Britain; 7.45 p.m,
king; 8 p.m. Radio News-
Pom. United Nations

16 cents per ib.



THURSDAY,



OCTOBER 26, 1950



EMPIRE THEATRE

STARTING TO-MORROW
2.30 & 8.30 P.M.

“YNPATALLELEU ACHIEVEMENT For
AMERICAN MOTION PICTURES!”

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EMPIRE

LAST 2 SHOWS TO-DAY
445 & 8.30

M.G.M. Presents .

“THE KISSING
BANDIT”

— Starring —

» 8m Repor.;
8.20 p.m. Composer of the Week; 8 36
.m. Life in Britain; 8.45 p.m, Think!

Pp

on these things; 9 p.m. Opening of the
new House of Commons; 9.30 p.m.
Military Band on Gramophone; '0 p.m.
The News; 10.10 p.m. From the Edi-
; 10.15 p.m,» Vanessa Lee; 10.45
. Special Dispatch;
!bD hows.



AQUATIC CLUB CINEMA (Members Only)

TO-NIGHT at 8.30

JOHN CAULFIELD
in...

~- CLAUDE RAINS

-“THE UNSUSPECTED”

A Warner Bros.

Picture



\})} Commencing FRIDAY 27th
|

BOB HOPE —. RHONDA FLEMING
in “THE GREAT LOVER” °

A Paramount

Picture

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Duncan RENALDO as Cisco KID
“IN OLD NEW MEXICO”

“BRIDE FOR SALE” &

LAST 2 SHOWS T)-

“CRIME SCHOOL” &

A WARNER'S DOUBLE !

FRIDAY, SATURDAY &
“IN OLD NEW MEXICO”

IDNITE MATINEE SATURDAY 28th.

M
Johnny, MACK BROWN in
“CROSSED TRAILS” &

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—:

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FRIDAY, sere

PLAZA Theatre-sRIDGETOWN

Last 2 Shows TO-DAY 5 & 8.30 P.M.

Special Matinee TO-DAY (Thurs.) 2 P.M.

PLAZA Theatre mm O/STIN

“PARTNERS OF THE TRAIL”

“STALLION ROAD” —

(Cheap “Prices)

Jimmy WAKELY in
“SONG OF THE SIERRAS”

————
FRIDAY 2.30 & 8.30 P.M. and Continuing (a Special Added Attraction)

“SAVAGE SPLENDOR.” {i

DAY 5 and 8.30 p.m.
“ROAD GANG”

SUNDAY 5 and 8.30 p.m.
aud “WOLF HUNTERS.”

Jimmy WAKNLY in

LAST SHOW TONITE 8.20
“MAN WITH TWO LIVES”

Garden) ST. JAMES |

& “BLACK GOLD”
& SUNDAY 8.30 p.m.

AY
ATINEE ae = P.M.
Warner Bros. Prem June HAVER

“DAUGHTER OF

ROSIE O’GRADY”

Color By Technicolor
MUSIC—LAUGHTBR—ROMANCE !

§



| MR. PLANTER

11 p.m. Close,

Frank Sinatra — Kathryn
Garson.

Opening Fri. 27th 2,30

& 8,30
SHAKESPEARE’S

« MACBETH ”
ROXY

TO-DAY ONLY
4.30 and 8.15

M-G-M Double

WALLACE BERRY
BINNIE BARNES

“BARBARY COAST

GENT”
- and.
“ JOHNNY EAGER”

Starring
ROBERT TAYLOR

VAN HEFLIN
LANA TURNER

Harvard: Crimson

Ti eeemeae

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ROYAL

LAST 2 SHOWS TO-DAY
4.30 — 8.30
Republic Whole Serial

“THE PHANTOM
RIDER ”

With
ROBERT KENT PEGGY
STEWART
Sat. Mid-Nite Show
Republic Whole Serial

“KING OF THE FOREST
RANGERS”

OLYMPIC

TO-DAY & TOMORROW
4.30 and 8.15.

United Artist Double

“UNEXPECTED GUEST”

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William BOYD as Hopalong
CASSIDY m8
Bart |! i
And
“NEW ORLEANS”
With
Woody HERMAN & His
Orchestra.





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in such a way that the meaning|)
of each compound is clear from its} }
construction, said Williams. ‘

Williams added:

We are fully Stocked with :m
“There is no need tor another;

PLANT KNIVES
language which takes a lot of}

time to learn. Picto, because it fs! } CUTLASSES

composed of words recognizabie’

by most Europeans, because it is a L.O. SICKLES
HOES (al! sizes)

combination of existing languages 1
is mostly readable at sight by any|

AGRICULTURAL FORKS
PICKAXES




(TWO BOX OFFICES)
TO-MORROW 6&6 a.m.

(CONTINUING DAILY)
for -

“BLITHE SPIRIT

S$ K BARBADOS DRAMATIC CLUB
PRODUCTION

Under the Distinguished Patronage of His




f —ALSO LATEST—

WARNER
PATHE-NEWS

AT THE

PLAZA THEATRE

BRIDGETOWN —

FRIDAY (27) 2.30 & 8.30 p.m.
and Continuing DAILY 5 and 8.30 p.m.

SE ee RANS.

EL TEATRO GLOBE

Presenta
EL SABADO, 28



European.

“It is translatable by any child
in a matter of minutes and is the
first artificial language to have a
hieroglyphic form. This is com-
posed of about 700 signs based on
pictorial representations and
forms a rapid international short-
hand, because it has one sign for,
each Master-word,.”

~~

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DE OCTUBRE, 1950

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SATURDAY, OCT. 28th, 8.30 p.m.

THE

Excellency the Governor



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In half hour program of Latin American Tunes before the film

ONE WOMAN'S STORY

Precios:—Platea 20c., Palco 3éc.; Baleon 48c.,

MUSICOS

Luneta 60c





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Sessions: Rais FS tian ake ates Little Bird.

4 ‘ 4



renner,

THURSDAY, OCTOBER 26, 1956



se ]
Loan Bill For |
’
Christ Church
Postponed |
THE House of Assembly began
consideration on Tuesday of a
Bill to authorise the Vestry of
Christ Church to raise a loan not
exceeding £1,950.
of the loan, is to pur-
chase a refuse collector and to
provide 4 garage for it either by

altering am existing building or
erecting .a new building.

The Bill was taken charge of -
Mr. W. W. Reece (BE). The preset

garage he said, was rather near
to the sea and it was thought it
would be more advisable to re-
move it from its present site than
extend it where it was. On the
other hand it might be considered
Necessary to erect a new one.

Mr. R. G. Mapp (L) questioned
the alternative proposals “altering
‘or “erecting” and said it did not
seem right to him.

Mr, Adams (L) said that he
had Never seen any paper drafted
that: way and suggested to the
représenvatives of Christ Church
to tdlephone and find out which
of the two alternatives the Vestry
really wanted,

It was vhe duty of the Legis-
Jature to see that the ratepayers
were protected against any hur-
ried action of vesirymen he said.
Estimates and more facts should
also be produced.

The Bill was now in Committee
stage with Clause 1, the title
clause having been passed.

‘Tt was Cleuse 2, the House was
dealing with and after some)
further discussion Mr. Reece
begged to report progress with

Jeave to sit again. Further _con-
sideration was _ accordingly
postponed,



Fogarty’s 5 nen

New Store In B.G. |

GEORGETOWN, B.G., Oct. 23.

Thousands of people abhiaa\
William ,Fogarty’s retail
throughout shopping hours today
as the doors of the new $500,000
store were thrown open to busi-
ness for the first. time:

The building, in which 375

tons of steel reinforcement and
50,000 bags of cement were used,
replaces that destroyed in the
great fire of 1945 which cut a
wide swath in the heart of com-

mercial Georgetown B.G, |

Since the Roya] Bank of Canada
this is the first building restored,
but several other fireproof struc-
tures including the new general
post office, the Royal Agricultural
and Commercial Societies, Book-
er’s Drug stores and head offices
and Sand’ Bach Parker and Co.,

Ltd.,“are well underway.
Fogarty’s, is two storeyed for
the «most “part with a_ three
storey block at the centre and
provision for a complete third

storey. if need be, —€CP)



‘RUSSIANS SEIZE

BRITISH TRAWLER

LONDON, Oct. 23,
The owners of the British:
trawler “Hugh Walpole” have
received a radio message saying
it had been arrested by a Russian
eek in the White Sea fishing

‘ounds.
onthe 408-ton “Hugh Walpole’
is a Hull Taare owned by the
Newington Steam Trawling Com

pany.

Last month tne Russians
arrested the Hull trawler “Swan-
ella” also in the White Sea. She
was detained for five days and

then released.
Another Hull trawler was
believed to have witnessed 6

“Hugh Walpole’s” arrest last
Saturday. he detained boat
carries a crew of 21.

—Reuter.







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IF You—

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THIS —
TAKE

WINCARNIS

TONIC WINE



STOWAWAYS
FINED

PHILBERT HINDS of Dayrells/

Road, Henry Hunte of Nelson!
Street, and Eric Griffith of Bagle
Hall, St. Michael all pleaded guilty

of stowing away on the SS.
“Oranjestad” on October 20,
when they appeared before His
Worship Mr. E, A. MeLeod
on Tuesday.

Hunte and Griffith were both

ordered to pay a fine of £5 or four
weeks’ imprisonment arid Hincs

who had a previous conviction
was fined £10.
In loeking up Hinds’ record

Seibert Waldron. _: of the
;" a ene
Hinds was convicted. and SP wg 2}
by His Worship Mr. H. A. Talma
= ava away on the =
“Specia on September
Hinds appealed and the ane

was confirmed on M in the
Court of Appeal. ie
Another man — 26-year-old

Theophilus Agard of Eagle Hall

—was fined £5 for attempting to

stow away on
“Emeline,”

the
on Tuesday.

Schooner

_ PC. 437 Ju ius Foniellio in giv-
ing evidence ior the prosecution

Said that he went on board the
“Emeline” to clear her, and
found Agare seereted on the

ship. He asked him how he got
there and he did not reply. He
then arrested him.

Hilary Clarke, master of the
“Emeline” said he did not give
Agard permission to board the
ship.

In his defence Agard told Mr.
McLeod that he tried to stowaway
because “I wanted to see British
Guiana.”

Sgt. Garner
police.

World Talks Oil

GENEVA, Oct. 24

Workers, employers ‘and Gov-
emmment experts of 14 major oil
| producing countries will meet here
to-day to begin the third session
of the International Labour Or-
ganisation’s Petroleum Committee.

Countries attending are: Argen-
tina, Burma, Canada, Colombia,
Egypt, Iraq, Mexico, Netherlands.
eru, the United Kingdom,
United States and Venezuela.

The session will consider a re-
port on social conditions in the
petroleum industry and action





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|

10 Ton Bell Rings
round The Wor.

BERLIN, Oct. 24.
General Lueius D. Clay former
American Military Governor in

Germany said here today that| ower replied:

the greatest task of people of a
free world was
of!|free mations and free men
living and working together
peace.”

Chairman of
crusade for freedom before
throwing a switch at noon that
rang a great bronze freedom bell

in the tower of West Berlin’s
city hall.
The 10 ton bell paid for by

millions of Americans and cast
at Croydon, London’s most bomb-
ed suburb was dedicated today
to mark the fifth anniversary of

prosecuted for the| the United Nations and to sound

a rallying peal of freedom to
iron curtain countries.

Radio carried the bell’s first

deep resonant note around the
world.

General Clay dedicated the
bell “as aq signal of honour to

those who have given their lives
in the cause of freedom.”

He asked all those who heard
the bell’s first “message of free-
dom and faith” to “rededicate
and join together if this cause.”

—Reuter.





the! JAPAN HOPES TO JOIN

UNITED NATIONS.
Prime Minister Siehigent Woah! -

taken by various Governments to} da sdid today Japan hoped she

improve them since the last meet-
ing of the Committee in 1948.
—Reuter.



£ WILL SOON BE
REVALUED

(From Our Own Correspondent)

PORT-OF-SPAIN, Oct, 19.

éid., Port-of-Spain told the Press

pwesterday shortly after he
returned to Trinidad, that the
general impression among busi-

hessmen and fimanciers he had}
met in New York, is that the
Pound would soon be revalued,
He stated that there was great

anxiety in Cariada and the United |
States among businéssmen who
would very much like te. do busi-
ness with the West Indies on a
big scale,



New Playground

THE St. Christopher’s Girls’
School will soon have a hew
playground.

The House of Assembly on

Tuesday passed a resolution for

$377 for the purchésing of 16,335

square feet of land for -the pur-
pose and to meet certain expenses
in connection with the purchase.

Mr. Adams (L) took charge of

the Reso'ution.
Mr. Goddard (E)
ithe Government in

ernment had arrived = at

estimates that a sum of money

schools,

AND
LIKE



Leslié Burr, Director of e Press|

commended
taking the
step. He supposed that the Gov-
the
decision through a suggestion of
his during the passing of the

should br put aside for all the



BE HEALTHY

might be admitted as a member
of the Unived Nations. He made
this statement in an_ address
which was reac for him by proxy
at a U.N. day meeting sponsored
by the United Nations Assoc ation
| cf Japan,

The address said:
| “Japan earnestly desires that ¢
| peace treaty be concluded at
lihe earliest date and that Japan
nay be admitted into vhe Com-~
munity of peace-loving nations of
the world and eventually become
a member of the United Nations.”

The Prime Minister e ted in
particular President — Truman’s
recent references to a Japatiese
peace treaty following his Wake
oo meeting with General Mac
| 4

Bie the outbreak of armed
cénflitt in Korea, the any had
been interested ‘in. the hited
Nations in a growing degree,”
Yoshida said.—Reuter.







Potatoes, Cheese Come

OVER 2,200 crates and
bales of potatoes along with 341
bags,

freighter “Hera’’,
The “Hera” has
from Amsterdam and Hamburg.
Included in the
peanut

rants, sultanas,

meats, malted

serves, tolled oats, barley, froze:

fish, cognac and olive oil.
Christmas tree decorations and

toys alse

arrived.



FEEL
THIS !



































100

300 crates of onions an‘l
200 cases of cheese arrived in the
island yesterday by the Dutch

brought for
Barbados over 300 tons of cargo

cargo. were
supplies of port wine, beer, cur-
butter,
peariuts, arichavy filets, mush-
rooms, yeast, hams in tins, canned
milk, meat pre-

BARBADOS ADVOCATE

Germans Will Never
Harm France
—EISENHOWER

CHICAGO, Oct. 24
General Dwight D, Eisenhower,
Allied wartime Supreme Com-
mander in Europe said here that
the United States would never
re-arm Germans sufficiently to

make them a serious threat to
France.
Asked at a press conference

yesterday whether he thought West
Germany should be allowed to
re-arm, the General replied
“Traditionally Japan and Germany
have been balancing powers. So
if we could get West Germany
into our camp it would be a tre-
mendous swing in our favour,

“However we would never go to
the extent that they would be 4
serious threat to France. I persoh-
ally would like to get them (West
Germans) into our camp, but there
would have to be certain re-
strictions.”

about reports that he}

was to become Atlantic Pact Com-
mander in Chief, General Eisen-
ot true.”

Would he accept such an as~-

“to build a world] Signment?

The General, now President of

at} Columbia University said he was

still on active service, It would

He was speaking as National] not be a question of being asked
the American} but being ordered,

“If anyone ever) suggests that |
have a duty I will) not duck it” he
added. “I haven't refused any-

thing yet.”
—Reuter.
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Virgin Isles Dies
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ANTIGUA.
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was the only dentist in the Virgin
Islands. Hé was a Scotsman and
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BARBADOS iff ADVOGATE

Printed by the Advonste Co., Lté., Broad St, Bndgetown.



Thursday, October 26, 1950



ROAD SAFETY

THE example set in the neighbouring
island of Trinidad during the week is well
worth emulating in Barbados. Road Safety
Week began on Monday and the Education
Department is co-operating with the Gov-
ernment and the Mobile Cinema Unit will
be showing films at Schools throughout the
island.

It was pointed out in this newspaper
yesterday that a mew and dangerous prac-
tice was being indulged in by youngsters
who travel on skates along the busy
thoroughfares. And this to the discomfi-
ture of all users of the road.

It is easy to find youngsters with all the
verve and energy which is part of youth-
ful vigour taking: pride in eluding the
faster vehicle. There is the grave possi-
bility that an error of judgment on the
part of s@me youngster might involve
others who took no part in the escapade
but who might suffer injury or even loss of
life.

The remedy as was pointed out yester-
day is to educate the young to the stand-
ard of conduct which they must observe on
the public highway. No more effective
agency can be found than the Cinema.
If schools can provide time laudably for
children to see “Hamlet,” there can be no
obstacle to allowing time for films on road
safety.

Safety on the roads is a matter of life
and death to many people who are com-
pelled to use them in one way or another.
The Education Department could carry
‘out, most effectively, a programme which
would instil into the minds of children
their duty on the roads.

The films now being shown in Trinidad
can be brought to Barbados and the public
and Government Cinema projectors can do
the rest.

TRAFFIC BLOCK

THE new traffic regulations are not
without their difficulties. Among these is
that of the motorist who is compelled to
stop at the studs dividing the major from
the minor roads and at the same time to be
able to see sufficiently far on both sides
of the corner as to decide whether to start
again or not.

In those cases where the roads are at
right angles or nearly so, it is easy to look
at both sides without difficulty; but in
those instances where one building or wall
out of alignment, juts out on the major
road farther than the other side the motorist
must stop first at the studs and then creep
on a few feet farther to see whether there
is any on-coming traffic on the other side.
By the time he will have been able to see
clearly on both sides he has crossed the
line of studs and is liable for prosecution,
if involved in an accident. It is expected
that the Police would use their discretion
in such matters and would not lodge prose-
cutions against people who are confronted
with the difficulty.

‘The remedy, however, is for the Com-
missioner of Police and the Director of
Transport to decide whether or not it
would be better to put the line of studs,
not merely at the corner, but at that point
where the motorist entering the major
road can with adequate ease see on both
sides of the corner.

It is not intended that laws or regula-
tions shall be enacted in order to create
criminals or even to create difficulties for
members of the public. If these regula-
tions are not capable of easy observance
they bring an unhealthy contempt for law.





BARBADOS

As You Leck Through The Bomb-Torn Churchill Arch

A Gleam Of The Sun Catches
The New House

William Barkley looks around my NEW

It is too good for them! That hope the woodwork of the cham-
was the first impression on see- ber will be a monument to me
ing the new Commons chamber 500 years hence.” Back yester-
completely finished. Some M.P.s day on the floor of the House I
sitting about on the green bench- told this to Sir Giles. He led
es, looking much more suppressed me up a gangway and opened the
and overwhelmed than normal, door leading to the division lob-
were inclined to agree. by, which is twice as broad as

It is like an immense tithe barn it was in the old chamber and
in oak, or the nave of a chapel should, therefore be ample for
nave being Latin for ship. It bathchairs, M.P.s on _ crutches,
might be an upturned old heart and even, if need be, motor am-

ADVOCATE

LET ec AIRS seer

_ SEAWELL

Old And New

THE old runway at Seawell, which has

WORKSHOP been in operation for the past seven years
: without a serious accident or major repairs,
eo. goed er “a is now completely closed to air traffic.

deserves more than the M.P.s
except the Press.”

For the first time in_ history
the new chamber provides seats
in the Press gallery for Empire
and foreign journalists. That
decision changes the Press gallery
from a U.Kpreserve to a world-
wide organisation.

In rem i

Since it was cut nine days ago, work has
been going on day and night on the inter-
section, to speed up the completion of the
new runway.

When it is completed, Seawell will be
classed as a C1 type airport. The classification





Empire.

of oak, with stout ship’s timbe’s bulances.

elegantly curving from the walls
to support the bottom, which is
the ceiling.

A long time will pass before
M.P.s’ eyes stop roving round on
loveliness to concentrate on their
order papers. Speeches should be
much more beautiful until the
novelty wears off.

Ship’s master architect is Sir
Giles Gilbert Scott, on whom
genius sits lightly and who,
among other kinds of genius, has
the capacity for taking infinite
pains.

Subtle...
_ The unity of this chamber is
its great feature, achieved by

Sir Giles fingered the joints of
the door with a loving touch
“You can hardly detect them.”

“I said: “Vardy told me two
dowels were enough so he always
uses eight ”

This is the sort of p'9e, this
Is a tribute to individua bril-
liance and personal integrity, a
working place worthy of is pur-
pose and of immense prestige.
value to the nation

0

“Prestige value,” was Sir Giles’s
phrase. said: has
made any money out of this. For
instance, the General Electric
Company spent thousands of
pounds searching t*e country for

being put on the old institution
in these overseas parts.

To meet the reporters’ needs
the architect has designed a
dining-room for 80 at a time,
approached by a bar 4ift. long.
When you arrive at this bar you
could have a cup of tea, move
along for an ice cream |jater, and
reach the hard liquor at night
without leaving the room, ana
all the time advancing steadily
in a straight line. ;

The cashier is enthroned in an
oak boudoir with vases of flowers
at either side, so that it is 6
pay the money.











of aetodromes is based on two principal
characteristics, the basic length and the load
bearing capacity of the runway. The class
of an aerodrome is denoted by a capital let-
ter indicating the basic length of the runway
followed by a numerical index, indicating its
load bearing capacity, An “A” class runway
must not be less than 8,400 feet. A “B”
class runway must not be less than 7,000
feet and a “C” not less than 5,900, etc.

The new runway at Seawell is 6,000 feet
ond has a load bearing of 100,000 pounds
which makes its numerical index 1.

many subtle means, One is that one special glass for the -e'ling.
the floral scrolls in oak at eye It is rather like cathedra! ~'»ss.
level are on a finger scale than We looked up where ¢'r tric
those ten or 20 feet up, And when light streamed through thé glass
the glance reaches the roof, the ceiling, which is an oblong centre
scrolls there are bold and sweep- supported by the great wall
ing so that everything carved beams. “Watch,” he said and
falls unnoticeably into perspec- switched off the lights.
tive. At once the glass turned brown,
“Every bit of moulding and and the chamber was lighted now
carving from the roof to the ink- by daylight alone through the
stands was first drawn by me by lofty windows. ‘
hand to size,” Sir Giles told me. , “I thought, when artificial light
I had heard this incredible is not needed through the day, it
story some time ago from his Was a pity to have the oak effect
brother Adrian, who had shown broken up by a white glass ceil-
me a piece of this pencil-work ing. It is certainly remarkable
when I accompanied him round 8!@8s Which turns brown when the
Green and Vardy’s of Islington, White light goes out. The Minis-
where the carving and joinery try of Works said it could not be
vere done done and there it is.”
‘ The oak itself is something

Digni
Advan Scott then showed the hee cet on hans. Ht

the design for the conference ‘You take a great trunk and cut
‘able in the Prime Minister’s it in quarters from top to bottom.
room. The tab‘e top has inlays You turn these pieces round and
of different woods from each Do- quarter them again and so on. The
minion and Colony in the Empire. result is not just ordinary planks
53 in all. The positioning and with the usual oak grain, but tim-
graining of every piece of in- ber with beautiful broad grain-

pleasure to

















The M.P.s who have seen
the reporters’ dining-room say_it
is far too good for you,” said Sir
“They wish their
dining place had been knocked
down so that they could have had
a new one.” The bomb which
fell nine years ago : aaakrerds the
chamber and the gallery .

There are suites of writing-
rooms, a lounge, and a fine new
library in the Press gallery.

I can Spread

In this transformation the
Daily Express direct telephone to
the office, formerly two yards
from the gallery door of the
chamber, is now ten yards away.
Not much to suffer for progress.

The telephone box although
just the same size, is twice as
roomy. How's that?

“Make the folding doors of
the telephone-box open outwards
and you have a little office
inside,” said Sir Giles.

The Post Cffice replied that its
doors always opened inwards.
However, Sir Giles got his way.

G.E.C., Airfield lights are being installed
on the new runway. It is a miniature
of the lighting system at both Croydon
and London Airports. These lights which
will be used for night flying, are controlled
by six small switches in the Control Tower.
There are one hundred lights in all and they
are of various cclours.

At the approach to the runway, ie. three
thousand feet before the runway proper,
there are fifteen red lights. The beginning
of the runway is marked by green lights
across the threshold. For the first two
thousand feet the lights along the edges of
the runway are yellow, changing to white
for the second two thousand feet. The final
two thousand feet they are again yellow. The
end of the runway like the beginning is
marked by green lights ‘across its width.

lay on the table was_ pencilled
in on the design by Sir Giles’s
hand. ’

Adrian Scott jocularly said to
Vardy, the head of the firm:

“Your joints had better not
open,

Vardy, with the dignity of the
o'd craftsman, retorted:

“Vard’s joints never open. I

That was expensive, too. To
get runs in oak 20 feet without a
knot Messrs John Ashworth, the
Shropshire merchants, would, if
necessary, buy a whole wood to
secure just one special tree for
this job.

Mr. Richard Stokes, the Min-
ister of Works, said at a Press
reception in the new gallery



and that is going to be not the
least of the things for which we
shall remember him.

For the first time in all these
years I have room to spread out
my notebook in a gallery tele-
phone-box. Which is the way
you look at even important archi-
tecture, if that is where you do
your work.

—L.E.S.



Mien Rushing To Buy
Six Suits At Once

Housewives, too, join ‘in the big West End rush for wollen goods.

A survey of 12 leading London
stores reveals soaring sales of
women’s and men’s outerwear,
wool underclothing, blankets, car-
pets, woolen furnishing materials,
utility furs and knitting wools,.

It is the male shopper who is
leading the rush, scared by stories
of woollen suits rising to £50 and
the possible shortage of good
utility clothes.

Ever since increases in raw wool
prices were announced and it be-
came clear that the cost of many
woollen articles would rise, stoves
have reported increased sales and
more customers.

Off The Peg

One large store, catering for
both men and women, reports
more male customers than women
through its doors during the last
weeks. Men’s suits are selling
three times as many as normally,
men who usually buy one suit
are buying two, in some cases
four, and many customers are or-
dering six or Seven at a time in-
stead of their usual one a season,
There is a tendency, too, for the
former made-to-measure customer
to stock up with several good
quality ready-to-wear suits off the

Nien's overcoats are selling in
three times their normal numbers.
Supplies of gaberdine raincoats and
West of England dual-purpose
coats cannot meet the demand.

Many men who do not need new
suits at present are laying in
stocks of suit lengths, particularly
medium-weight worsteds and
suitings at £4—£7 a yard.

“We've never been so busy in
the whole history of the store,”
reports one women’s coat buyer.
The demand for top utility coats
is enormous and coats from well-
known. houses are cleared almost
as soon as they are put on the
stands. Many women now buy

By EILEEN ASCROFT

two coats instead of one,
expensive model and a utility.
Second demand from women
is for woollen underwear. Best
quality vests and panties are
‘supplied on small quotas, and
most stores have not been able
to meet a quarter, of the demand.
Buyer of a Bond Street
lingerie department reports an
enormous sale of housecoats in
pure wool, and says many
shoppers tend to buy whole
trousseaux these’ days instead of
one .item only. In the gown
department of the same _ store
women are ordering as many as

an

Bix wool dresses at a_ time,
oblivious of future fashion
changes .

Blankets Boom

So big has been the demand
for wool coats, costumes and
frocks in one shop that supplies
have become a serious problem.
“Difficulty these deys the buyer
told me, is not to get customers
but merchandise”.

\Blankets are household top-
sellers. A check on three of the
biggest blanket departments in
tthe West End reveals doubled
pales and barely enough utility
to meet demand.
| Women know that when
present stocks are exhausted
prices are bound to rise, and
unless the Board of Trade raises
the ceiling prices, stocks may
become very scarce, as many
manufacturers will not be able
to produce within those prices
and pay the enormously increased
price for raw wool.

I asked three women in the
blanket section of an Oxford
Street store why they were buy-
ing. The first said she was buy-~
ing routine replacements; the
second; “My husband says pure
wool will disappear at reasonable
prices,”

Teally need: them, but you never

and the third: “I don’t |

know. When the last war startea
I had no stocks of anything”.

Fur ‘Coats, Too

The buyer of another store told
me they had had to institute an
unofficial rationing scheme for
blankets to prevent large buying
up of utility for later resale. The
same store reports very early
Christmas buying of toys, caused
by fear of rising prices, and big
sales of baby’s wool layettes and
prams: due to possible future
shortage of wool and metals.

Utility fur coats have never
been in such demand. Women
know that prices will shoot up
after present stocks are exhausted
by as much as 40 per cent.

One of the biggest fur stores
in London has managed to meet
demands to date, but they hope
it will ease soon, as future sup-
plies are uncertain. The manag-
ing director told me to-day that
he prepired normal stock to last
the whule winter, but when the
rush started it was cleared in
10 days, Chief request is for
hard-wearing full-length coats.

— And Carpets

From the Strand come reports
of a large increase in the of
carpets. People who have post-
poned renewals since the war are
hurrying to buy them now. And
a Knightsbridge store comments
that customers are laying in
stocks of knitting wools,

Buyers on the whole are not
worried by this rush of public
buying. After last year’s warm
winter and a bad, wet summer,
‘they are glad to see business

brisk again. Supplies are their
biggest headache, but at present
they are able to meet most
demands. And they all agree
thet money shortage is an
important brake on panic
hoarding. j

World Copywright Reserved.
—LES.













Lights along the taxi way and around the
parking apron are blue.

Trans Canada Airlines, which operates a
weekly service here will no longer be able
to land at Seawell until the new runway is
completed. T.C.A. planes will instead,
terminate their schedule at Piarco Airport,
Trinidad and passengers fo: Barbados will
be flown over in B.W.LA.’s Lockheed Lode-
star ’planes. It is understood, that T.C.A. will
be increasing their nammber of scheduled
flights to Barbados as soon as the new run-
way is finished.

B.W.I. Airways” pilots, who have been
using the completed portion of the new run-
way, which has been in operation since
October 16, say that it is satisfactory from
every point of view, and that its completion
will make flying still safer into Barbados.

Capt. F. W. “Junior” Farfan, the pilot who
landed the first B.W.I.A. ’plane on the
completed portion of the new runway, told

met pilots using the airport halfway.

Aerodrome Control, which is required by
International Civil Aviation Organisation
for each international aerodrome has been
instituted by him, and speaking for all of
the pilots, Capt. Farfan said they greatly
appreciated the extra hours of “Flight
Watch” that has been provided so often on
the V.ELF., (very high frequency) band
whenever there was interference on_ the
route frequencies, or whenever the weathe:
was bad,

Pilots are sure that instructions and advice
which they receive from the Seawell tower
are accurately and conscientiously given by
someone with experience, and they also ex-
pressed the co-operation and high sense of
duty that has been shown them by Squadron
Leader Henderson. Before his appointment
Capt. Farfan added, pilots got landing in-
structions from the Radio Station at the
airport. Capt. Farfan said that he had
written the manager a personal letter to this
effect,



the Advocate, that the airport manager, | ¥
Squadron Leader Henderson, has more than|%

OUR READERS SAY:

Elections

To the Editor, The Advocate—

SIR,—I have just arrived from
Trinidad where I had the experi-
ence of my life during the cam-
paign for the election of 18 mem-

rs of the Trinidad Legislature
under the new constitution, Can-
didates were vilified by candi-
dates, personal abuse was thrown
at them, their wives and even
their children did not escape the
wicked tongue of the would-be
legislator. Stones, rotten eggs,
tins, etc. were even indiscreetly
distributed for as a total stranger
to that island, my coat still bears

the mark of an egg which I re-
ceived on one occasion. It hap-
pre one Sunday evening while
was listening to an address by
one of the candidates,—-there were
three meetings held in that vicin-
ity im close proximity to each
other—I heard some of the worst
things that could escape from hu-
man lips being spoken of a can-
didate and his family, then came
two steel bands, rocks, rotten
eggs, tins and bottles. it was too
much for me so “I made height”.
A very novel experience I enjoyed
was a lady speaker who I under-
stood was the wife of one of the
candidates (by the way, he got
in): she was very impressive and

eloquent. On election day things
were done in an orderly manner.
Although the rum shops were

closed, the boys still had a few
bottles very well, which I helped
to enjoy.

Although we have some heavy
words between candidates in our
little island of Barbados, yet, | am
sure we could never descend to
the level of things as I saw them
in Trinidad. Next year will be
elections in Barbados. Every citi-
zen should show interest in the
affairs of his island and come and
vote, Personal contact between
candidate and elector should be
better than it is at present. The
canvasser should be an influential
person who mixes regularly with
all classes, not for election time
only, and should never be afraid
to stand up in public and make
a speech for his man.

I stood in Trinidad and read
your fine article and advice to the
Government to make proper and
convenient arrangements for the
registration of the people which I
hope will be accepted.

OLD VOTER.

Disappointment

To the Editor, The Advocate,
SIR,—“Great minds think great,
and small minds think small!’
This is an old, but true saying.
I join with your excellent lead-
ing article in a recent issue of
your newspaper in condemning the
action of a certain section of the
people of St. Kitts in the sort of

Yveception they gave Governor

Blackburne on his visit to that
island. Happily al right thinking
and self-respecting West Indians
strongly protest against such re-
grettable conduct. I am sure that.
Barbadians of all classes and
creeds would dissociate them-
selves from this unseemly be-
haviour to anyone furthermore
His Majesty’s Representative.
Such action by irresponsible peo~
ple cannot do West Indians nor
any cause—-however legitimate it
might .be — anything but harm

Every man deserves a chance
to make good and wrong things
will be made right in due course.
It only requires time and pa-
tience. Then why not give Gov-
ernor Blackburne a chance. St.
Kitts, I must register my disap-
pointment in you!

GOOD CONDUCT.

Pedantry

To the Editor, The Advocate,

SIR,—It is sheer pedantry on
the part of anyone to compare
the school child in the elemen-
tary schools in Barbados with
his counterpart in England.

Firstly, there is compulsory
education in England while in
Barbados, the child comes to

school when he likes; and any-
one who has been associated with
teaching in Barbados will testify
to the fact that our baekwards

children are for the most part
those whose attendances at school
are very poor indeed.

Secondly, the schools in Eng-

land are far better equipped thant!
these in Barbados. To each school,
there is a library and children
make the most use of the books
placed at their disposal. Not on-
ly are books provided for the
English chitd but magazines of
every description are found in
the I brary. Some of our children
in Barbados hardly ever see the
“Advocate”.

Lastly, and by no means least,
many of our cuildren are
still sadly under-nourished, and
as a result, they find it difficult
to concentrate on even interesting
matter, Believe it or not, chil-
dren in England are very much:
more nourished and looked after
than these in Barbados,

“PUER”

Korea

To the Editor, The Advocate, *

SIR,—The fighting in Korea
seems to become more fierce ani
cruel, and the devastation oi
course, more severe, to judge by
Reuter’s cables published in
last Friday’s paper. I quote
some of the distressing phrases
used: “grim street fighting with
suicide squads; American troops
moving into the city (Pyongyang)
under Sniper fire and in the face
of heavy machine gfin defence
from behind barricades; killing
North Koreans in bloody skir-
mishing in the city’s narrow
streets; thea wooden houses
crackling and burning,” and so
on, Then too there were the

reports of American and South
Korean prisoners left to starve
and die in a railroad train in a
tunnel, and the bodies of those
shot lying by the way.

It is deplorable beyond words
that this wholesale killing and
destruction should continue when
so many thousands on both sides
have been sacrificed and almost
the whole of Korea more or less
ruined, Would it not have been
possible, as well as vastly desir-
able, for the United Nations tc
call a halt when wel] over the
“38th parallel” with victory well
assured, and for their Commander
to try and get in touch with the
Generalissimo of North Korea
and its politica] Head and per-
suade them to cease fire in view
of the evident failure of their
exploit and the hopelessness of
their positioh? An attempt at
“appeasement” after victory is a
very different thing from cring-
ing before a preparing aggressor
swollen with pride and glob?!
ambition and regardless of human
rights or ings.

I do not forget that Genera‘
McArthur broadcast a call to
cease fighting and surrender, or
“take the consequences,” when
the fortunes of the campaign
changed but submission to such
a peremptory summons is hard
when passions are hot and fresh.

Time and talk are needed.

I think especially of the sacri-
fice of so many brave and
precious young fellows in tbe

United Nations forces, killed,
wounded, and missing, we are
told, and we do not yet know
how many of our own British
and Commonwealth young heroes |
or other helpers, why shoulc
such slaughter be permitted or
endured, not to speak of the
expenditure of vast. stores of
equipment and material supplies’
It was natural and highly prope:
for President Truman, in hi
broadeast from San Francisco to
speak proudly of the bravery
and successes of his nation’s
fighters, but that does not brin;
back the dead to life again anc
restore them to their mothers or
wives and homes,

It was vital of course to face
up to the North Korean brutes
and beat them, but the method
was too costly and tragic to the
United Nations. Our young mer
are too precious and dear to us
I suggest that when the Security
Council called on the North
Koreans at the start to cease
their attack and return behind
‘heir own frontier it would have
been vastly better to fix a time
for such retirement and promise
them a couple of atomic bombs

if they refused. Surely that is
what the bombs should be ir
hand for, to prevent aggression

and breaches of internationa’

order, or promptly and decisivel

punish those who begin such

primitive and cruel enterprise
F.G

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Mysterious
Stene Throwing
Draws Crowd

LARGE CROWD |
over the island gathered ai}
Goodland yesterday irom abcu:}
11.00 am. to see the mysteriou |
stone throwing which is reportec |
to have been going om for the past
four or five days. |
It is alleged that these stone
are directed at the house of George
Webster. A resident of the qis-
trict told the Advovate yesterday
that it takes place especially at
mid-day and 6.00 p.m. r.
By the time the pell at St.
Leonard’s Boys” School hag rung
for the luncheon hour a_ large
crowd were already in front of
Webster’s house. This was in-
creased by a large number of
small beys who were more inter-
ested in mysterious stones than in
their lunch.



*From mid-day until about 1
p.m. nearly. every one kept his
eyes on Weobster’s house but noth-
ing happened. During this period
some of the crowd were scared
by a sudden peal of thunder. After
one o'clock the majority gradually
went away.

A fruit vendor; who was offer-
ing golden apples and bananas
for sale, did g good trade with
the crowd. Some of the cycles on
the spot showed registration
marks of St. Lucy and St. George.

EMBERS of the Y.M.C.A., are Producer

making the best possible use

of their temporary quarters for
indoor games at Union Lodge.
Nearly all the trees and grass have us oO

already been cleared from the
Jands of ‘“Wakeiield,’ Pinfold

Street, which will be the new =
Headquarters of the “Y’’, e eins
The old Y.M.C.A., was bought

by Chelsea Garage ang they are Mr
converting the building into ; [
garage and service station while
a parking area will be at the
back.

THIS PICTURE shows a tennis lawn at Westbur
366 girls on the roll.

an Infant School. It can accommodate $20.



recently been renovated
CHARLES THOMAS, of| Works Department..
the British Drama League, who , ————————- ——
arrived in Barbados on October
13° as guest lecturer of the British

Council, spoke to an audience at
s 7 : } a resterdav - ” 3
Labourers were busy yesterday] «wakeseld

ib s on Tuesday evening
knocking down the wall that sur- on “Play Production”.
|

T’dad’s New
Constitution
Has Good Chance
—SIR GEORGE SEEL

SIR GEORGE SEEL, Head of
the Colonial Development and
Welfare Organisation in the West
Indies, told the Advocate yester-
day that he feels that Trinidad
with its new Constitution has full
opportunity to settle its own in-

rounded the old “wr. The blind He concentrated on the actual
corner at Pinfold Street will belfunctions of the producer and
removed when this is done, outlined his duties, particularly

HE BARBADOS TURF CLUB | Strcssing the importance of the
was yesterday selling Series ety work which a pro-
BB of the 2/- Sweep for the No- | ducer would need to put in before
vember meeting. The amount ot | Starting on rehearsals. F
first’ Prize money so far is He spoke also about the duties
$20,944.00 and it is expected that! Of the other officers apart from
Series FF will be sold‘before the} the producer, such as the stage-
first race day. The Club is at pres-!â„¢anager, the designer and the
ent selling one Series ahead of, @lectrician. All these, he said,
this time last year. apn ce with the pro-
ducer in the early stages before
HIRTEEN NURSES of the|/the play goes to rehearsals at all
2 General Hospital passed their} He said that casting should be
Final State examinations: They jentirely in the hands of the pro-
are: R, Alleyne, A, Alleyne, V.|ducer, rather than a committe«
Bryant, G. Tudor, O. Taylor, M.| and that brought him to the sub-
Bentham, O. Worrell, E. McLeod,| ject of rehearsals. “In my view
e + pg! M. ee sae Mr. Thomas said,” the relation-
- Ramsay, anc ‘ assiah. s} } , ( ee é is
Those passing the Prelintnary Teoh ound the ahr ‘oa ne
State examinations were: H. Hor- a 1e as that f the ¢ a até - to
ton, C. Collymore, B. Yarde, C. t} a vii ‘otra a a ae ee
Gibbons, V. Griffith, J. Headley Mt. | Pre
areenidge, D. Waltress, B. Edey,/
(
|
!

can say now that Great Britain
is unwilling to -hand over to
Colonial people the control ot
their own affairs.

Sir George who attended the

lative Council saiq he had bee:
particularly glad to be present
because when he “was
Colonial Office he had be
jinterested in the negotiations





L. Gittens, J. Roberts, I. Welch, No Bullying

c Bennett, and S. Osbourne. He must be clear about what|"°¥ Constitution,
HE MOBILE CINEMA will!he wants and he must always He had been
give a show at Indian Ground; remain in command; but he must, ~ impressed with
School pasture, St. Peter, at 7.30!/:t the same time, remember that the opening cere-
o’clock tonight. y ‘ |he is dealing with sensitive human mony, Sir.George
ebm POLICE BAND will play! beings from whom he will get no said "He thou cial
for a Charity Concert at St.| artistic results by bullying. that th eat
Luke's Boys’ School, St. George, at | He must hold the reins, as it are a me
8 o'clock tonight. jwere, all the time, but he must day's proceedings
ECIL JEMMOTT of Grenwich,| not aways hold them taut. He 2 of the Legisla-
St. James, reported to the; must recognise those moments MS Council had
Police that a typewriter, valued} when he can slacken his grip. been very weil
$75, was removed from his mo-| Above all he must see to it that planned ang very
tor car S—194 while it was park-| he brings out the best in his well carried ut
ed at Trafalgar Square on Mon-! players. and that they
day, | Rather than imposing his own i were a fitting
UBERT HUTSON of Con-| personality on them, he should, Start to a new
stitution Road reported that|in every way, encourage them to Sir George Seel constitutional de-
Sate on of clothing valued | use thei ove yee crs. 4 velopment.
576. was removed from his Next Tuesday Mr. Thomas wi ni ti r a la
home on Monday, | describe what the stage should be}. anne deseribed Trinidad
. L. HARRISON of Seagale,)in relation to an auditor'um and oe oe Very: imberesting: to: the
Black Rock, reported that sive as clear an idea as he can pte
someone stole a motor car bat-| with blackboard illustrations, of There
tery valued $42 from his car|the kind of “Little Theatre”
M—760 while it was parked in|which he not ony feels that
the garage at Fontabelle on Tues-| Barbados urgently needs, but
day. | which he was perfectly convinced,

FIRE of unknown origin} was within the bounds of possi- | +), :
os e new Legislature and the Ex-
broke out at Belle Gully at} bility. g u and the Ex

5.30 p.m. om Tuesday and charred} All that is unsat'sfactory in the | Seutive —— — have their
the eastern corner of a boarded |amateur theatre, Mr, Thomas wil! he Re out. He saw no reison
and shingled house 18 x 10 x 9| point out, is due, not so much|Why these problems could not h¢
feet. It is the property of Elton, to lack of artistry on the part of solved if the task was approaches
Haynes and insured ithe players but to the fact that with a sense of responsibility and
The Fire Brigade arrived only | they are expected to work under |a C0-Operative spirit,

to find that the fire was already! physical conditions which would ' z /
put out. \defeat the experienced profes- He had been very glad for the
| sional’ actor. opportunity of meeting representa-

fe oe EAR-OLD |" the theatre. no matter how|tives from some of’ the other
Iris Bishop of St. Jeseph was | expensive or how modestly it may islands, although he regretted that
admitied and, detained at the|pe designed is intended to be atime diq not permit him to have
General Hospital on Tuesday| playhouse for the production of {a talk , with them all, He also
night suffering from severe burns! drama and not as a multi-purpose | took opportunity to visit the head-
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The building shown was recen tly renovated and extended and will cosa be used as

960 Children
On One Lawn

TWO SCHOOLS, the Westbury Infants’ Schoo! anc
the Westbury Junior School, in Westbury Road have
aad extended by the et

!the Colonial Es*imates 1950-5}
| allocated $21,000 for extension

and renovation, has been built to |

accommodate 320 children and the
Junior School, as yet unoccupied,
is designed to accommodate 646
« children.
i
| playing field for the two schools
| ane when the Junior School is
occupied it means taat 960 chil-
dren will have to play on this
small space.

Thirty-one toilets are available
for the 960 children.

When the ‘Advocate’ visited the

ternal business, and that no one} fants’, School this week there

were 366 in a_ building to
accommodated 320. In Class VII
the girls were doing arithmetic

under the supervision of thei
{mistress Miss Audrey Denny.

The girls in Class V were work-
ing on Longfellow’s poem “A
Psalm of Life’.

In the other classes the children

in the| were reciting and taking Bnglish
en very! jessons but as soon as the Advo-
| r ° cate representative reached the
jleading up to the adoption of the} second storey the infants were
saying their prayers before going
out for lunch. Lunch is served

daily by Miss M. Johnson, It is
| cool drinks and cakes.



| HOUSE TO HOUSE

AT the request of the House of
| Assembly the following telegram
i has been sent by His Excellency
the Governor to the Speaker of
the House of Commons, “Thy
Barbados House of Assembly
desire, on the eve of the opening
of the new House of Commons, to
expre
historie occasion and to convey a
message of the goodwill of the
people of this ancient and loyal
Colony to the people of the United
Kingdom.”





| DEBATE TO-NIGHT

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he subject for debate will be

'“That women should have equal
rights with men”,

Peiza and Mr. Ben Blackman.













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the istarnd by the Ge #ito yes
day tor Southamptors,
while five arrived frome Trinidad

Carlisle Bay at abotat= 620 am
ind left port around
The Golfito is consigrves seally to
"I Messrs Wilkinson & S€aynes Co.,
Ltd,

BEL get Bammrescarbados
El yer ib cB, loo

IS breed
NON 1Oc 2 Ooner—rer coil

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Nee Nezsshoss aes of one
Vite 189 catheamer dur:
ly 10 Deere! ged haciiilfsed, They
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man brows iNshaeats-atigh > Gute
a cargo of Nis(hipeas—hiree=>cotl ad
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yesterday when he ~was found %
uilty of the unlawftalk possession :
of a quantity pf sugeee- on Octo- x WHITE LINEN ” »
ber 10 ; : ?
P.C. Searles who gawre evidence x at $1 1.59 pair $
‘for the prosecution, sseead that or § %
%

‘Haxterss Road and sszaw Atwel’ | ¥ x
convey ne a bag whie Rs containec x WHITE & KHAKI DRILL ‘3 %
sugar, s : ~
He began to approach Atwell g at $5.47 pair x
who was not very far #rom him xs x
but as soon as he rese«ehed abou | $ ¥
two feet from him he e@ropped the % m x
bag and ran x .
: ; x —BROAD ST. >
Qverloading Cast I5'- | 8 y

. ¥

WESLEY COWARD ef Cocoanu’ | % DIAL 2664 *
|Grove, St. Joseph, was founc | ¥ x
jquilty of overloading t®ee bus 0-7! x *

on Roebuck Street on Ssee ptember 7 | OGG OCR OH 95 9 OFS PSGOG OVS SSID PODOOPS OOF Pre

His Worship Mr. # A, Talma
imposed a fine of 15 .° = and 1/-
costs ter be paid in 14 <@ays or one
month's imprisonment












To Canceda

TAKING ashipmgenmt of molasses
from Etarbados for Caw aida yester-
|

Bal Baby

Powder Soot
- W

“
" ed. ©
sleamship Alcoa Pe«epersus, The ppeticately pert ails
"pink nF
Montreal
The Aleoa Pegasus, sander Cap-
tain Morgan, arrived here from
British Grulana on ‘T? mesday eve-
ning. Yt is expected te» leave port

23 LEAVE FOR® Ui.

Twenty-three passe=ngers




The Golfito droppee® anchor in

12 16 pm

ARE | |
“SO9ERVES” AL SIGN |
YOU'RE GROWING |

_ OLD?

Ofte: as a womam approaches
middle life, her nerves: geet bad, and
she accepts this as a ssagn of age.
But why let yourself beemecume edgy,
run-down—or so nerwesrais you cry
without cause—atl ange Sere in life?

For nearly fifty wears wise
women have been remereting this
situation happily —- Boy getting
lenty of rest, fresh ais, Sica
‘ood and by taking Er, Chase's
Nerve Food to build theeem up, For
the Vitamin Bi, irors and other
needed minerals in this Time-tesied
tonic help build up yresrur vitality
and aid in toning uge the entire
system —so you can faesee the future
with confidence,

Give Dr, Chase's ev Food a SOLE AGENTS:
chance to help baretesh nervous 2ceRs . > 7
fears aiid debts. [t free Eps you rest ' MESSRS. A. 8. BRYDEN & SONS (BARBADOS), LTD.,
better, and feel better”. The name P.O. BOX 403, BRIDGETOWN, BARBADOS

“Dr. Chase” is vour asmssirance. 10

You can enjoy Britain's
favourite tobaccos. Six
blends to choose from—
every one a “balanced
blend of vintage leaf.











“RADIAC” Stiff Front Dress
SHIRTS. Sizes 14% to
1744

Eaoh’.......5.; : $6.73

“KAY” Long Sleeve Sport
SHIRTS in white, Choco-
late, Rust, Wine, Blue;
Cream, Tan.

Sizes: S. M. L.

f

“ELITE” Long Sleeve Sport
SHIRTS in white, blue,
cream, rust, beige, grey,

Each .. ; voosess $B.20

GENTS’ and BOYS’ TEE
SHIRTS, with cireular
stripes around and crew
neck, In shades of navy
and white, scarlet. and
white, saxe and white,
maroon and white,

Size: 24 to 32 ins.

MY Pe. 4 --. $124

Size 34 to 40 ins.

s+ $1.04



and

ENDEAVOUR STRIPED Each ..
PYJAMAS, Goewed Quility

Six 8 to 4 irs | or
x <=) CAVE SHEPHERD Co. Ltd
French style BBZ ACES in ( 0., ‘
white and stipe
et , 10, 11, 12, & 13 Broad Street
Pair $1 83 a









PAGE SIX BARBADOS ADVOCATE THURSDAY, OCTOBER 26, 1956
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ORIENTAL

GOODS! (Articulos)
CUROIS, JEWELLEPY,







OATS!!
Does your Goat suffer
from—

Loss of Condition ?

Anaemia (pale gums) ?
Diarrhoetic Conditions ?

SILKS, (Se Habla Espanol)

| THANES
|




Pr. Wm, Hry. St. DIAL 3466



ee RRR Am

eo
OE — ——————

four Every Day
Toilet Lotion .. .

umoLENE

“Cooling and Refreshing as a
Breath of Spring”

The Manufacture of Limolene,
finds work for Fellow Barbadians

18 to 67c. at Your Dealer


















THAT'S THE LAST
(ce iT, FRIEND!

Any of these may be
caused by

WORMS! |
|







Control these Parasites with



We Offer:—

Tins Carrots
Beetroot;
Mixed Vegetables





|
BY CHIC YOUNG |
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HOME FROM THE

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Sy 92 Time FOR SUPPER
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SuPPi HOW MANY CANDY re Tins Peas.
pe (Geet AN LCI. PRODUCT. Be
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Table Butter 1 Ib.
‘ Cooking Butter, Cheese
per tb

STUART & SAMPSON
LTD.

Headquarters For Best Rum

BLONDIE Ao OF POPCORN DID 2{ BAGS OF POPCORN
wt ih YOUR FATHER EAT? NOT TO TELL



Sole Importers and Distributors in Barbados
| Messrs A.S. BRYD





FLYING FISH CLUB
Wil! be open to members each
week day between the hours of

10.06 A.M. te 9.90 P.M.

When the COLONNADE STORES

are clesed the entrance in Lukes
Alley will be pen,

Ss

|






ACCORDING TO THAT SQUEMER, YOUR
ENEMY |S HIDING IN A CAVE ON
NOUR RANCH.



























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Siscuits
Perk Frean Cheese-
BORN all sus vies dbdanionts 124





























e e
Peak Frean Playbox Ovaltine, Extracts & Condiments
ON iii cesbdeceasa 120
Souls Seis Ahern Milk F 1s BOT se, cscenMcicacisitlavwiiven. 160 90 60
Crackers occ 164 Bonox (Beef Extract) 70 40
Crawford's Cheezs Ovaltine ........000 + 124 73 Webern 2562 oe a eaiedlsieees 97 60 32
Straws oo... scene 93 Wind 33 5 oe _.. 221 119 he
Crawford's Club Babb cisco 107 er ee eter =
Cheese Biscuits 138 Bisto (For Gravies and Stew) 33
lia ha de Hemo .......0.....:00. 110 ;
ae 140 Vitro wp orccsnsses 73 Morton's Ground Spice........ 4)
/ 7 , -
rao Caer Menai ve? er webe faring? Set EE? Nachle! Jacobs Cream Crack Bourn-Vitea ............ 70 Celery BPE isi cuitoacdvuin 30
Bub ba oreo ue? - eta ar ea rs . “rae cates TB waeessttecerveresecanssoen 182 Horlicks Malted Prepared Mustard .......:.0000 17
So aaa Weston Assorted Bis- DURE csuceiaes Gok 114 3
NE ee 50 tides Oba ere pens 3
Ovaltine Biscuits ...... 43 Milk Cocoa .... 9% Canned Fish
Mayfair Red Salmon (half)............ 45
Canned Meats He
Lamb Tongues ........... 70 um Salmon Pe caticniers da aleureeer bd nae 51 28
Boiled Beef with Car- Pilchards (Tals) ........ssssssssssssesssee 38
BOB iia dad Wate. 30 ; 4 5
C&B cet Roll 70 Peer mee (V4)! Soci, ciceetlowece ens Zi
BY ALEX RAYMONDO Wall's Oxford Saus- WRONG 5555s aciiiserpoessravanes 36
OCS THELOS KE ricteiaterreeertis: <0 IOS ic sssessretstnscsconenn 60 Herrings in Tomato Sauce............ 38
JUST IN isle ee i i 9
Cendlgpilal tia? i Be Te ee a ie 43






Macaroni & Cheese 37

Danish Cocktail Scus- , c

or sc Fe cesta tetsu 99 Liqueurs, Wines, Beer, etc.
Peanut Butter & Jams

Pecnut Butter







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DCM eles ci oseativan usec 576







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JUNGLE.







THURSDAY, OCTOBER 26, 1950 =

CLASSIFIED ADS.

ce BARBADOS ADVOCATE | PAGE SEVEN

Rosen Unable To Form

SHIPPING NOTICES











OFFICIAL NOTICE


































BARBADOS : .
TELEPHONE 2 IN THE ASSISTANT COURT OF New Israeli Cabinet
re N 508 APPEAL MONTREAL AUSTRALIA NEW on win talipainatleinmgrns ~ a
—_—__—— —— (Equitable Jurisdiction) TEL A VIV, Oct 25, ZEALAND | gq | LamiTED
VERNON AUGUSTUS HUNTE-Piaint Israeli Progressive Party leader | J iM. A.N.Z.) M.V. “TB. Radar” will accept
FOR SALE | PUBLIC NOTICES | semeth Seam betwoant Losinau | oven Wold "President |, S,Sp goQUQUORRTBR, aah ee |ll carey gl raeaer lett
Court in the above aaah Locttien ne the Cheien Wengen to-day be nee ber 19th, Melbourne September "261, Aruba. acbnte “of ‘departure. will
nd day of August, 1950, I give notice |/Deen unable orm a new evonport tober Ist, Sydnew October noti
UTO. OTI OT to all persons having gsta ; ; smile 3 '2th, Brisbane October 17th, ivi t M.V. “Moneka” will accept
A Mi VE NOTICE or interest in or a Mek ee ae it was officially announced Rarbados Noyember 19th a Cargo and Passengers for Domt-
Applicatio: fi brance affecting : ua hese vessels have ample space tor nica, Antigua, ntserrat, Nev:
Prefect 10 H.P. aone| si "Sonn Vestty Behibitions at the St (All nat certain piece or | parce Yhe President began connaitae hited, = | frozen and general caro. Se Se ee. Seay Peeeey
ly: Haro! Weather- i 0 . of land situate at the Ivy in par- | tj rj , $ a on ils of : « ie
se aes, ADgir, arid Wewtber-| Micnaes Gin Schoat wil pe recewea| of, and, noaie tthe fen gm ane per |tions with party leaders, || | ang with Tuonahipment at Renuose |} ALY. ,Deerwonds wit, sceagt | atetee :
Se We-tittAmheas Sth Oto ae” by admeasurement Four thousand seven] Rosen was chief mediator in for Havuatas, Setter Guiana, Windward a YR ig i makes
Candidates must be the daughters of} hundred and seventy square feet or] the country’s 11-day cabinet crisis. oe Leeward Aro, . Sie ‘cious an Ol
Sedan Hillman, (T—92).| Parishioners in straitened circumstances] thereabouts abutting and bounding on —Reuter. | runness. Wi culars apply :— be_ notified,
24.10.50—3n. | and must not be Jess than eight (8) years, | lands James Murray, on jpncs of oe & Co. Ltd., MLV. “Caribbee" will accept
nor more than twelve (12) years of age| Blanche Grosvenor, on lands “of one wr Cargo and Passengers for GFOCd COOKS
on the 3ist July, 1951, to be proved by| Forde and on two sides on the public DA COSTA & nica, Antigua, Montserrat, Nevis = F
MISCELLANEOUS a Birth Certificate which must accom-| rod called Ivy Road or however elsc MAIL NOTICES Co. Ltd.,}]] and ‘st. Kitts.” Sailing Wednesday
pany “<_< os ei ‘ on the same abut and bound together with BW a = wr om |
The aminations for the dwellinghouse and all and singular Mails for Dominica, Antigua, Mont- 0 BEN SCHOONER NERS’ b tt
APPLES—Eng! s _ . ;
oe or ARPLBs—Bnglish Apples | vear 1951 will be held at the School at| other “the buildings and erections ‘on | serrat, Nevis and St. Kitts by the M.V | AGENTS assoc. Inc. | | etter i
. : 90.19.50—Sn. | November, 1900, Cirle ef elsht ta) 18th} the said parcel of land erected apd built | Moneka will be closed at the General : i
— ——|under ten (10) years of ‘ome wat be renee: be Wa ge eg a Ne ee ee Mail . ;
» . ri re me an ac utr areel Mail and Registered a at
SS Ly need nee the “ARTS woe et tae cae Sad cna tenes’ ia of their said claims with their witnesses, 2 p.m. Ordinary Mail at 2.30 p.ur. 9P 0. F “
years of age will be e: ined on Sat- documents and vouchers, to be examined |] friday 27th October, 1950. € A *
eats 08 eee wee De eee ty me on any Tuesday, or Friday be- Bovnit gives that extra flavour to all soups, pies and
All candidates to be examined should | twee? the hours of 12 (noon), and 3 Mails for Martiniqu®, Guadeloupe, : :
@aily.. Admission 6d. for} be at the School not later thun 9,15} Oclock im the afternoon, at the Office} England and France by the 5.3. Ine. savouries. And nourishment, too !—for Bovril is
and Orders taken. a.m. of the morning £ the examitia-|°f the Clerk of the Assistant Court of | Colombie will be closed at the General Jum
22,10.80.—4n. | tion. Appeal at the Court House, Bridgetown, | Post Office as under:— the concentrated goodness of beef. Bovril is also
Piease apply to my office for speiten. before the Ist day of November, 1959,/ Parcel Mai at 4 p.m. on the 27th NEW ORLEANS 6kR- ICR ‘
HERE AGAIN tion forms during < office days and in order that such claims may be rank-]| October 1950. Registered Mail at 10 eal!> Arr. a tasty sandwich spread—and a cup of hot Bovril we
CRILDARN'S RAIN Seared in Plastic FRASER, ed according to the nature and priority | a.m. and Ordinerny Mail at 10.15 a.m N.O. Bides ‘
$1,96 Size 28-30.32.34 EB to the Vestry, thereof respectively; otherwise such per-/ on the 28th October 1950 . S8.S. “LIBERVILL<” 28th Sept. 12th Oct. daily makes you feel fine !
BROADWAY DRESS SHOP St. John sons will be precluded from the, benefit ‘
26.10. 50—2n 21.10.50.—5n,. | Of the said Decree, and be deprived of Mails for British Guiana by the Sch. NEW YORK SSBVICE 4
eras tint eieebaaichos all claim on or against the said property. | Anita H., will be closed at the General oails Arr. ‘
MASKS—Father Xmas Masks, Monke NOTICE Claimants are also notified that they | Post Office as under:— N.Y, B'des
Face Masks, Diving Masks, Micke must attend the said Court on Wednes-| Parcel Mail, Registered Mail and 8.8 “BYFJORD” .. 2th Sept. Sth Oct
Mouse Baloons, only a Limited Quantity day, the Ist day of November, 1950, at| Ordinary Mail alt 2.30 p.m. TO-DAY 8.5. “C, G. THULIN" 13th Oct, 28rd Oct
of these Stanway Store, Lucas Street | , 1. eee ae -_ a is a 1¢ o'clock a.m. when their said claims | 26th October 1950 — > ee
26. 10.50 nten| Oo estry © e parish} will be ranked. = . 3 C
2n-| of St. Lucy in this Island to cause Given under my hand this 22nd day | SOUTHBOUND CANADIAN SERVICE ARE YOU WONDERING HOW YOU'LL DELIVER ALL — 2 am
(200) Two hundred Empty te be introduced into the Legislature] of August, 1950. | , ’
Fai Can be seen at the Rob-| 2f, this Island a Bill to amend the I. V. GILKEs, PUBLIC NOTICES | aa rene Sails Sails Aretves THOSE ORDERS ”
exts’ g Co. Ltd., Govern-| Saint Lucy's (Barbados) Loan Act! ag. Clerk of the Assistant Court of ie me of Ship Montreal Halifax Barbados You can end that headache by investing in a couple of oe
eee ee UB 8 “| 1949 (1050-6) authorising the said! Appeal. | S.S. “ALCOA PARTNER" October 27th October 30th November 10th 1 > 1 =
—_- S0-#n- | Vestry, if they shail think fit to do so, 25.8.50—n NOTICE 8. “ALCOA PEGASUS” November loth ‘November. 18th ‘November 23rd CARRIER CYCLES
coovtatin ot es ee aT aaa __. | _Fruitful Hill Road, leading to Cane ovember 24th November sith December th An economical and efficient form of delivery
1; Garden in the parish of St. Joseph, 6 *
FOR RENT ie isang comes ropa Sloved' wii further native, sien Cocosnat | ONTEBOUNâ„¢ saall THE CENTRAL EMPORIUM ;
Dated 28rd October, 1950. OFFICIAL SALE Grove Road leading to Springfield, 15 Barbados
CARRINGTON & SEALY, closed until further notice. These roads “ALCOA POLARIS" October Bist For St. La e Riv (Central Foundry Ltd., — Proprietors)
; Solicitors for the Vestry DOs. have been dameged by recent heavy : ce +; Lawrence River Ports Cnr. of Broad and Tudor Streets.
BUNGALOW—Newly built stone Bun- of the parish of Saint IN THE anererau? COURT OF rains These vessels have limited passengers accommodation, i

galow at Dayrells Road, corner of Gills
Gap. Gills

Gap, or

ky Mrs. C. Humphrey,
lephone 4141.
26.10.50—3n

———
HEATHFIELD — On Crane Coast
Fally ished. on December.

Phone , Mrs. A. D. Herbert.
20.10.50—6n

KHUSTONE—Wall Bungalow, Station
Hill, St. Michael, 3 bedrooms, modern
conveniences, Garage. Apply, wt Gibson,
Bolton Lane.

WANTED











ol

$40.00 month. Appl
to the Vicar, Boscobel Vicarage, no\
jater than October 3ist. 24.10.50—3n.

YOUNG 17—21, to make
herself generally useful in the house,
sleep in, good wages. Ring 2005.

26.10, 50—3n.

MISCELLANEOUS
BARBER’S CHAIR in Good Order cr
Slightly out of Repair. C. Pierrepointe,
Stanway Store, Lucas St. Dial 3601.

26.10.50—2n

BC XES — All kinds of Card Board
other than corrugated cerd

Boxes,
Apply Advocate Bind te 4.2:0.
PUHLIC SALES

AUCTION

_———————————————
BY instruction of the Rev. Worrell, I
wil) sell at St. Matthews Girls’ School
HOTHERSAL TURNING on Fri-
boarded

shingled
kitchen and outoffice — TO BE







an‘

MOVED. If required can be sold i»
parts.. Terms Cash. ARCHER MC
KENZIE, Auctioneer.

21.10.50—5n.

UNDER THE IVORY HAMMER

tee octan s received I will sell or
F October 27th at Messrs. Plan-
tations Ltd. Ware House Bay Street,
opposite Messrs. Cole & Co, Garage—



95 Bags Dark Crystal Buger. Sale at
1 p.m. CASH.
VINCENT GRIFFITH,
Auctioneer.
22.10, 50—4n



UNDER THE SILVER
HAMMER

TO-DAY
Captain A. J. Press’ Sale at Beverley,
Brittons Hill at 11,30 o'clock

BRANKER TROTMAN & CO.,

REAL ESTATE

“MON NID” situate at Shot Hall near
Yacht Club, Upper Bay St., standing on
7,695 square feet of land.

The house contains open gallery,
sitting, drawing and dining rooms, two
bedrooms, kitchenette and usual ort
offices.

Servant’s room and garage in yard

Inspection every day (except Sunday)
between 4 and 6 p.m. or by appoint-
ment, dial 2805.

The above will be set up for sale at
public competition at our office in Lucas



St. on Friday the 3rd November 1950
at 2 p.m.
CARRINGTON & SEALY.
Solicitors.
26.140 .50—8n .





The Pro; erty ape as ae mires
Plai sta nm 5,225 square fee
je, Street, Sputhtesown,. a



Bete _ will
Tr. property be set
up for = e by B Public ei at our
Office, Street, Friday 27th
October, 1850, at 2 pin 4a gists! Sa Bh
‘or al ir, C. H.
Jordan, ma
YEARWOOD & BOYCE,
Solicitors.
19.10.50.—8n.
48 Shares WEST INDIA RUM HE-
% ELECTHIC
ee CORPORATION
0 RADIO DISTRIBUTION
(BARBADOS) LTD (Pref-
erence £1.)
372 ” BARBADOS CO-U. -
TIVE COTTON FACTORY
above s will be set up to
public competition at the office of
on Friday rhe 27th day
of 1950 at 2 p



PERSONAL

ae
The public are hereby warned against

giving credit to my wife DULCINS
KING (nee King) ws I do not hold my-
elt le for her or anyone else
cont amy debt or debts in my name
urless by a written order signed by me
Sgd. KELVIN KING.
Kew Rd.,
Bank Hall,
St. Michael.
26.10.50—2n.

e

eS neT en enn
The public are hereby warned against
giving credit to any pergon or persons

whomsoever, my name as I do not
hold myself ri msible for anyone con-
treeting any t or debts in my name
unless a written order signed by me
Sed. GREAVES,
Brighton, Black Rock,
St. Michael.
26.10. 50—2n.



LOST & FOUND
LOST

WALLET—Lost a Week ago in Bus
givt P seston, eat etsen
Anyone ing in a
of etc. to R, BELGRAVE,
Hi ROYAL, will be handsomely
rewarded — no asked.
26. 20.50-——1n
SWEEPSTAKE Series O—7953.

TICKET
Finder please return to wineass oy Hill,
Venture, St. John. 0 .50—1n.







10,50—3n. |





Lucy in this Island.
24.10.50—3n.



NOTICE

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

21.10.50—6n





NOTICE

THE PUBLIC is hereby notified that

from November ist the admission to

Bend Concerts on Hastings Rocks will

| be nine pence instead Of six pence. This

merease is unavoidable due to the in-
creased cost of the Police Band.

G. C, NICHOLLS, Sec'ty
For the Hasting’s Rocks C’tee



25.10. 50—4n
” Ivy Road < peers yd be = ance
and bound together wii e dwelling-
NOTICE ; house and mt and singular other the
PARISH OF 8ST. PETER buildings and erections m the said
1 f/ypplications are invited for tne] parcel of land erected and built stand-
office of Parochial ‘tedical officer

for the Parish of St. Peter. Ap-
plicants must be registered Medi-
cal practitioners.

Salary is $260.00 per month plus
$20.00 for the V.D. Clinic.

2 The appointment will take place
from 25th March 1951.
Applications stating age and quali-
fications ete, must be forwarded
to the undersigned by January
25th 1951.

4. For further particulars apply to
the undersigned at the office du-
ring:—

Tuesdays from 10.00 a.m. to 2,00

pm,

Thursdays from 10.00 a.m. to 1.0
pom.
Saturdeys from 10.00 a.m. to 12 noon.
Signed G. S. CORBIN
Vestry Clerk,
St. Peter.
20.10.50—12n.

TAKE NOTICE

“BLUE CROSS”

That GENERAL MILK SALES, INC..
a corporation of the State of Delaware,
United States of America, whose trade
or business address is 19, Rector Strect,
New York, State of New York, United
States of America has applied for the
registration of a trade mark in Part “A”
of Register in connection with all
food products, including milk, butter,
cheese, sweetened condensed milk,

Da’ed this 43rd day of October 1950
unsweetened evaporated milk, eva-
porated skimmed milk, condensed
sweetened skimmed milk, powdered
milk; malted milk, sterilized cream;
sterilized evaporated cream, milk com-
pounds (skimmed milk and vegetable
fats) and ice cream and will be en-
titled to register the same after one
month from the 23rd day of October
1950 unless some person shall in the
meantime give notice in duplicate to
me at my office of opposition of such



registration. The trade mark can be
seen on application at my office,
Dated this 23rd day of October 195U
H. WILLIAMS,
Registrar of Trade Marks.
24..0,.50—3n.





TAKE NOTICE

That CLARK AND COMPANY,
LIMITED, a British Company, whose
trade or business address js Anchor
Mills, Paisley, Glasgow, Scotland has
applied for the registration of a trade
msfk in Part "A" of Register in
ecnnection with yarns and threads ot
all kinds and will be entitled to re-
gister the same after one month from
the 23rd day of October 1950 unless
some person shall in the meantime give
notice in duplicate to me at my office
of opposition of such registration. ‘Tne
trade mark can be seen on application
at my office.

MS,

WILLIA:
Registrar Xt Trade Marks
24.19 .50—3n.

TAKE NOTICE



: REXWEAR
That* D. MARSHALL & COMPANY
LIMITED, a British Company, whose

trade or business address is 17 Mins-
hull Street, Manchester, England, has
applied for the registration of a trade
mark in Part “A” of Register in
connection with Piece goods wholly or
mainly of cotton or rayon and articles
made from such piece goods including
sheets, cakes, bolster cases,
blankets, and articles of clothing and
will be entitled to register the same
after one month from the 23rd day ot
October 1950 unless some ‘son shall
in the meantime give notice in du-
plicate to me at my office of opposi-
tion of such registration. The trade
mark can be seen on application at
my office.

Dated this 23rd ony, of October 1950.

WILLIAMS,

Registrar ‘8 Trade Marks.
24.10, 50—3n

TAKE NOTICE

FLEISCHMANN’S
That STANDARD BRANDS INCOP-
PORATED, a corporation organized



and existing under the laws of the
State of Delaware, whose trade 0”
business {s 595 Madison Avenue, New

York, United States of America has av-
plied for the registration of a trade
marx in Part “A” of Register in con-
nection with all kinds of foods and in
gredients of foods and will be entitied
to register the same after one month
from the 23rd day of October 1950 un-
less some person shall in the meantime
give notice in duplicate to me at my
office of opposition of such registration.
The trade mask can be seen on appli-
cation at my office.

Dated this 23rd day of October 195v

H. WILAJAMS,

Registrar of Trade Marks.
24.19. 50—3n

TAKE NOTICE



business address ir 710, Victoria Square,
Montreal, Canada has applied for the

tion of a trade mark in Part
“A” of Register in connection with
all textile fabrics and materials and
will be entitled to register the same
after one month from the 23rd day o«
October 1950 unless some person shall
in the meantime give notice in dupli-
cate to me at my office of opposition
of such registration, The trade mark
can be seen on application at my

Dated this 29rd _- of October
WILLIAMS,

Registrar of Ba Marks

24.10 .50—in

; trade or business address is

1950. |



(Equitable Jurisdiction)
VERNON AUGUSTUS HUNTE—Plaintiff
FITZGERALD CLARKE-—Defendant

NOTICE is hereby given that by virtue
of an Order of the Assistant Court of
Appeal dated the 22nd day of August,
1950, there will be set up for sale to
the ‘highest bidder at the Office of the
Assistant Court of Appeal at the Court
House, Bridgetown, between the hours
of 12 (noon) and 2 o'clock in the after-
Scar on Friday, the 3rd day of Novem-

1950.

penn that certain piece or parcel of land
situate at the Ivy in the parish of Saint
Michael aforesaid containing by admeas-
urement Four thousand seven hundred
and seventy square feet or thereabouts
abutting. and bounding on lands of
James Murray on lands of Blanche
Grosvenor on lands of one Forde and
on two sides on the public road called

ing and being with” the sppurienanens,
end if not then sold the said property
will be set up for sale on every succeed-
ing Friday between the same hours until
the same is sold for a sum not less than
£400 0 0
Dated this 22nd day_of August, 1950.
I. V. GILKEs,

Acta, Clerk of the Assistant Court
of Appeal.
25.8.50.—3n.



TAKE NOTICE

a corporation of a State of Delaware.
United States America, whose
trade or cones address is 19 Rector
Street, New York, State of New York,
United States of America has ap-
plied for the ite of a trade mark
in Part “A" Register in connection
with all food products, including milk,

butter, cheese, sweetened » condensed
milk, unsweetened evaporated milk,
evaporated skimmed milk, condensed

sweetened skimmed milk, powdered
milk, malted milk, sterilized cream,
sterilized evaporated cream, milk com-
rounds (skimmed milk and vegetabi¢
fats) and ice cream and will be er-
titled to register the same after one
month from the 23rd day of October
1950 unless some person shall in the
meantime give notice in duplicate io
me at my office of opposition of such
registration. The trade mark can be
seen on application at my office.
Dated this 23rd day of October 195i
H. WILLIAMS,
Registrar of neo Marks
24.10.50—3n

TAKE NOTICE

CAT AND NINE LIVES
That UNION CARBIDE AND CARBON
CORPORATION a corporation organ-
ised and existing under the laws ot
the State of New York, United States:
of America whose trade or business
address is 30 East, 42nd Street, New
York, New York, United States ot
America has applied for the registration
of a trade mark in Part “A” of Register
im connection with electric dry bat
teries and will be entitled to regis-
ter the same after one month from
the 23rd day of October 1950 unless
some person shall in the meantime
give notice in duplicate to me at thy
office of opposition of such registration
The trade mark _can be seen on appli-
cation at my office.
Dated this @3rd day of October 1950
H, WILLIAMS,
Registrar of Trade Marks
24.16 .50—3n

TAKE NOTICE

FAVORITA

That GENERAL MILK SALES, Inc.,
a corporation of the State of Dela-
ware, United States of America, whos
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 etva-
porated milk, evaporated skimmed
milk, condensed sweetened skimmed

milk, powdered milk, malted miik, steri-
lised cream, sterilized evaporated cream"

milk com) (sk.immed milk ana
vegetable fats) and ice cream and will
be entitled to register the same
after one month from the 23rd

day of October 1950 unless some per-
son shall in the meantime give notice
in duplicate to me at my office of
position of such registration. The
trade mark can be seen on appiica-
tion at my office.
Dated this 23rd day of October 1950
H. WILLIAM

Ss,
Registrar of Trade Marks.
24.10 50—3n



TAKE NOTICE

That J & P. COATS LIMITED, »*
British Company, whose trade or bus*-
ness address is Ferguslie Works, Pais-
ley, Glasgow, Scotland has applied
fer the registration of a trade mark in
Pert “A of Register in connection

with yarns and threads of ali kinds
and will be entitled to register the
sune after one month from the 23rd
day of October 1950 unless some per-
son shall in the meantime give notice
in duplicate to me at my office of
opposition of sugh registration. The
trade mark can be seen on application

at my office.
Dated this 23rd day of October 1950
H. WILI4JAMS,
Registrar of Trade Marks
24.19 50—3n

TAKE NOTICE

MARSHALL FABRICS
That D. MARSHALL & COMPANY
LIMITED, a_ British Company, whose
trade or business address is 1%,
Minshull Street, Manchester, England
has applied for the registration of
a trade mark in Part “A” of
Register in connection. with Piece
goods wholly or mainly of. cotton
or rayon and articles made from
such plece goods including sheets, pil-
low cases, bol casts, blankets,
and articles of c
entitled to register the same
month from the 23rd day of October
1950 unless some person shall in the
meantime give potice in diplicate to
me at my office of opposition of
registration. The trade mark can be
seen on application at my office
Dated this 23rd day of October
| H. WILLIAMS
} Registrar of Trade





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1950



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By order of the Chairman of
THE COMMISSIONER OF HIGHWAYS,
St. Joseph.
26.10. 50—3n



NOTICE

is hereby given that it is the intention |
of the Vestry of the parish of Saint |
Michael to cause to be introduced into |
House of Assembly of this Lsland a Bill |
authorising the said Vestry to raise 4 |
loan not exceeding £3,500 to grant re- |
trospective pay to casual employees and |
certain of the unestablished staff of the |
Commissioners of Health of the said |
parish. Such a loan to be repaid by ten |
instalments the first instalment of £350 |
to be repaid in 19% and the remainder |
in equal annual instalments of £350 im
the month of December with interest |
at £4 per centum per annum out of
the rates of the said parish until paid.
E

Cc. REDMAN,
Clerk, St Mies Vestry
0.50—3n |

LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE

The application of Jan Hamblin an:
Coleen Quintyne, holders of Liquor
License No. 1025 of 1950 granted to
Augustus Hutson in respect of the bottom
foor of a 2 storey building at Reed
Street, St. Michael, for permission to use
the said Liquor License at said premises,
Reed Street, St. Michael {

Dated this 25th day of October,
To the Police Magistrate,

Dist ‘A”
Signed EB. MORRIS,
for Applicant
N.B.—This application will be con-|
sidered at a Licensing Court to be held |





1950

at Police Court, District “A”, on Monday |
the 6th day of November, 1850 at 11 |
o'clock, a.m }
E. A. McLEOD, |

Police Magistrate, Dist. “A”

26.10, 50-—1n

LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE
The application of Victor Bedford,
holder of Liquor License No. 296 of
1950 granted to Stephen Wright in re-

spect of a board and shingle shop with
shed roof attached at Spooners Hill, Si

Michael, for permission to use said
Liquor License at a board and shingle
shop at Bush Hall, St. Michael.
Dated this 24th day of October, “950
To the Police Megistrate,
Dist. “A” |
Signed VICTOR BEDFORD,
Applicant
N.B.—This application will be con-
sidered at a Licensing Court to be hel:
at Police Court, District “A”, on Friday
the 3rd day of November, 1950, at 11
o'clock, a.m
E. A. McLEOD,
Police Magistrate, Dist. “A”
26.10. 60—1n

OFFICIAL NOTICE

BARBADOS,
IN THE ASSISTANT COURT
OF APPEAL
(Equitable Jurisdiction)
MYRA LEONORA McCARTHY
Plaintiff
MADALENE CONSTANCE DANIEL
Defendant
IN pursuance of an Order in thi
Court in’ the above action made on the
44th day of October, '950, I give notice
to all persons having any estate, right
or interest in or any lien or incumbranc:
effecting all that certain plece or parce
of land situate at Kirtons in the parish
of Saint Philip and Island aforesaid con

teining by admeasurement three roods
twenty perches be the same, more
or less butting and bounding on
lands now or late of C Larrier,
on lands now or Iate of J. R
Ceppin, deceased, on lands now or
Jate of M. lL. McCarthy and on thr
Public Road or however else th
same may abutt and bound, to bring
hefore me an account of their said

claims with their witnesses,, documents
and vouchers, to be examined by me
on any Tuesday, or Friday between the
hours of 12 (noon) and 3 o'clock in the
afternoon, at the Office of the Clerk of
the Assistant Court of Appeal a the
Court House, Bridgetown, before the
3rd day of January 1951, in order that
such claims may be ranked according
to the nature and priority thereof re-
spectively; otherwise such persons wil!
be precluded from the benefit of the |
said Decree, and be deprived of all |
claim on or against the said property
Claimants are a'so notified that they
must attend the said Court on Wednes-
day, the ard day of January, 195!, at
10 o'clock a.m. when their said clainis
will be ranked,
Given under
of October, 1950

my hand this 2th dav
I. V. GILKEs,

Acting Clerk of the Assistant,

Court of Appeal

26 .10.50-

OFFICIAL SALE

BARBADOS
IN THE ASSISTANT COURT
OF APPEAL
(Equitable Jurisdiction)
MYRA LEONORA McCARTHY

Plaintiff

MADALENE CONSTANCE DANIEL

Defendant
NOTICE is hereby given that by virtue
of an Order in the Assistant Court of
Appeal dated the 24th day of October
950, there will be set up for sale to
the highest bidder at the Office of the
Clerk of the Assistant Court of Appes!
at the Court House, Bridgetown, between |
the hours of 12 (noon) and 2 o'clock
in the afternoon on Friday the h th) |
day of January, 1951, all that certair
plee@ or parcel of, land situate at Kirtons
in the parish of Saint Philip and Island
storevaid containing by admeasurement
three roods twenty perches be the same
more or less butting and bounding on
lands now or late of C. Larrier, om lands |
now or late of J R Coppin, deceased
on lands now or late of M. L. McCarthy |
and on the Public Road or however else
the same may butt and bound, and if not
them sold the said property will be set
up for sale on every succeeding Friday
between the same hours until the sam*
is sold for a sum not less than £166.13.4









| Dated this 24th day of October, 1950
1. V. GILKEs,

Acting Clerk of the Assistant
Court of Appeal

26.10,50—3n











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PAGE EIGHT

Kelling Wins



Cambridgeshire



Mexico, U.S. Lead In
Low Score Jumping
Competition

HARRISBURG, P.A, Oct. 25.

Mexico and the United States
both boast faultless records going
into the second event of the In-
ternational low score jumping
Competition at Pennsylvania’s
National Horse show on Tuesday.

The two teams the only teams
of six entered with women riders
are leading England and Canada
by a single knockdown and four
faults in the three-day competi -
tion. Trailing behind are Chile
with 15% faults, and Ireland
with 36 faults, 20 of which came
when Captain W. B. Mullins
mount Rostrevor vefused three
times and was debarred.

Riding for the Americans it
their first appe:rance as a civil-
ian team are Norman Matthews,
23 - year - old Sacramento Cali-
fornia ranger, Mrs. Carol Duranc
a 32 - year - old. Kansas City
housewife, and Arthur McCashir
a 40-year-old gentleman farmer
from ckemin N. J.

The faultless Mexican entry
consists of Lieutenant Eva Valdes
a 22-year-old officer of the wo-
men’s division of the Mexican
Army, Cadet Roberto Vinals 2°
and D, Hareourt 26, The second
part of the low score competition
was to be run off late on Tues-
day with the fina] event set for
Friday evening.

The team with the least faults
will be awarded the 104th Cav-
alry Challenge trophy Saturday
night. f

Mexico which won in 1948 anc
1949 needs only one victory, for
permanent possession. —(C.P.)



BATTLE OF

Eighteen men and éightee
ladies were selected yesterday « |
oppose each other on Saturday « |
the Rockley Golf and Country |
Club in a Battle of the Sexes an |
by Saturday night it is confidentl,
predicted that many husbands and
wives will not be on speaking
terms.

The matches w,tl pe played in
singles ahd four-ball best ball
simultaneously, off three-quarters
of the difference in handicaps
in the singles and three-eighths
difference in the aggregate handi-
caps in the four-ball battles. The |
matéhes will go off in fours, with
the ladies in each group opposed
to the men in the same group.

Ladies
Miss I. Lenagan (3)

same time.

By VERNON MORGAN

NEWMARKET, Oct. 25
Overcoming a bad draw at the
start Mr. Chris Jarvis’ three-year-
old Kelling won a thrilling race
for the Cambridgeshire Handicap

here today getting a neck verdict; ise the Sonne-Berger system to] fused

after the judges had cOnsulted a
photo.
7

Kelling starting 100 to

|

and |

B.G., Trinidad Tie
In Chess Games

‘(From Our Own correspondent)
| GEORGETOWN, B.G. Oct, 25.
; At close of play on Tuesday

night, British Guiana-and Trini-

;dad drew

| enc h, but

Brassington of Trinidad to take the
} le ad in the individual champiqu-
hip. In case of a tie it is under-
lstood that Trinidad and B.G, will

Barker of B.G. beat

| decide the issue.

Here are the results briefly:
Barker of B.G. beat Brassing-

ridden by Douglas Smith, figished|4.., of Trinidad.

fast to take first place from the
filly Zina, starting 100 to 6 with
the French bred colt Valdesco
starting 28 to 9, yards away third
of 31 runners.

Grannum of Barbados

Ogle of B.G,

Pratt of Trinidad beat Walton line party would join with other

of Barbados.

Osborn cf B.G., beat Gitkes of

Kelling’s victory was the first Barbados,

for a Newmarket trained horse for
16 years. Drawn 25 of 31 starters,
this chestnut came late on the
scene, Smith timing his effort to
perfection.

It had looked as if the filly Zina,
ridden by the young 14-year-old
boy Lester Piggott who had been
earlier today suspended by the
stewards had the race in his poc-
ket, though she too had _ badly
drawn and was in position 30, but
she faltered and was challenged
in the last hundred yards by Kell-
ing and the French bred Valdesco.
all three passing the post almost
in 4 line,

The hot favourite Socrates, re-

garded as a certainty on
the book of form was well
drawn at the start and
gambled on to such an _ extent

that he started only 100 to 30, The
northern trained colt ran well for
one mile when he promised to win
but he faded badly in the last fur-
long. Kelling won his owner over
£3,000 by his victory, apart from
wagers which are understood to be
pretty substantial. The weather
was fine and the going was firm.
—Reuter.

THE SEXES

Howéver,
her



each lady will have
individual opponent at the
One point will be
scored for each singles _ victory
and one point for each four-ball
victory.

It is doubtful if as many as
eighteen women ever teed off at
Rockley on the same afternoon
before, so because of the large
field and because of the early
sunset it will be necessary for













SPORTS
WINDOW

WATER POLO

The Semi Final of the K.O
Competition takes place this
afternoon at the Barbados Aquatic
Club Play begins at 5 p.m
The games are, Snappers vs
Swordfish and Police vs. Bonitas
The match between Snappers
and Swordfish promises to be one
ot the highlights of the season,
for, of the six teams entered in
this competition, these two are
undoubtedly the strongest

The referee is Mr. W. Gibbs

HEAVYWEIGHT |
NOVICE

LONDON. |
Jamaican Ray Edwards made;
an unsuccessful bid fer heavy-|
weight boxing honours ut Lon-|
don’s Harringay Arena. This 24 |
year-old London postman entered |
Jack Solomon’s Novices Heavy-
weight Competition which sup-
ported—sometimes with comic re-
lief—the two British title fighi«
between Middleweights Randolph
Turpin and Aibert Finch and
Light-heavyweights Don Cockell
and Mark Hart.

Edwards knocked out lanky Ted | withdrawing
Pibel in the first round of the first| seriously threatened by Vietnam
series-—a victory which was nct] insurgents.

so much due to skill as to a stone

and a half advantage in weight] River valley where it overlooks
and the almost pathetic inexperi- | China, 4s the westernmost tip of
But in the|the new French defence line guard-
semi-final—he) ing the rich Tonkin rice delta.

ence of his opponent.
next series—the
was beaten on points by one Fred-

|

the final.



|



BARBADOS ADVUCATE

Reds Ignore
U.S. Act |

(By NORMAN WILSON)
WASHINGTON, Oct. 26
The United States Government |

level with 1044 points|faces a long legal battle to enforce

its new internal security act de-
signed by Congress to bring the
Communist party to heel.

The United States Communist !
party has ignored the act and re-
to register within the 306
days’ time limit set down by Con- {|
gress, which expired on Monday. |

A statement issued by the New |

: York party Headquarters professed
beat}no interest in the expiration of |

{

the registration deadline, and said

people in working for repea! of
the act.

The next move is now up to the On Sale at BOOKERS’ (B’dos) Drug Stores Just use a féw drops
recporsiktitg, fap, tarorsanent 1 = sorenemmeresinnrrr,| a day... then see
oan oe wast GLOBE the diterenc!
the Department would | probathy| %
usk the subversive activities Con-| To-day, 5 and 8.30 p.m.—LAST SHOWS— Buy a bottle today!

trol Board for order declaring the |
party and certain Communist front) ¢

1%

organisations subversive and or-
dering them to register,

sae : Ror ANNY CAPE ions eis
If the registration issue is taken x TOMMY D. nal
to the board the question is ex- . DORSEY. KAYE ARMPERORG
pected fo bog down in a long ans AND
intricate legal battle. TRADE MARK
The Board must hold hearings | % STEP BY STEP a . tenga mach
and allow the accused association 1% Laurence Tierney—Anne Jeffers t- Con
right of counsel and cross exam!:1a- : urenee
tion. | Si ccpuantans: ~

The organisation then has the |
right to appeal to the Supreme
Court

—Reuter.



Civilians Leave
Laokay

SAIGON, Oct, 25

Civilians were voluntarily leav
ing Laokay an isolated key front-
ier post of the Indo-china frontie:
with Communist China, a Frencl
spokesman announced to-day.

French forces evacuated Khuon;
25 miles to the northwest two day:
ago he added, and the garrison wa:
to Laokay, itsel

Laokay, at the head of the Red



A spokesman said that military

die Powell, who went on to win|authorities had not ordered civil-
Edwards, who scaled|jan evacuation of Laokay, and nc

the first quartet to get away from | pearly 14 stone, has much to learn | girlift would be established as had

the No. 1 tee promptly at 1.45
p.m., the others following at
five-minute intervals.

The teams and the draw for
opponents and partners follow
the figures in parentheses indicat-
ing each player’s handicap:

Men f





Mrs. E. Vidmer (12) be B Wyteew (1)
_Mrs. B. Wilson (At) A Roles
2 eS

P. D. McDermott (11)

. Challenor (12)

A. Benjamin (14)
. S. Atwell (14)



Iversen a 7)
Toppin (19)





. V. King (24)
: Girling (24)

Mrs. I. Gooding (19) vs G
Mrs. G. Lamrock (7) vs J. O’Neai (13)
Miss F. Atwell (22) _ vs &.
Mrs. MecGivirin (?) vs N
Mrs. K. Hooper ao vs J:
Mrs. M. McDermott (31) vs S.
Miss B. Buchart (38) vs R, Norris (22
Miss W. Barnes (35) vs D. Cole (S) .
Mrs. D. Perkins (36) vs H
Mrs. .L. Iversen (36) vs K

Vyshinsky Should Call Off |

Red Action In Malaya
Says Eden

LONDON, Oct. 25
Anthony Eden suggested in
the House of Commons to-day
that Soviet Foreign Minister An-
drei Vyshinsky “who is now so
friendly” should call off Com-
munist operations in Malaya.
Eden, vepury Leader _ Oppo-
tion made the remark after the
abour pacifist Emerys Hughes
had urged the Government to
stop using bombers in Malaya.
The Colonial Secretary James
Griffiths said he preferred to
leave this question to the di-
rector of operations on the spot
} —Reuter,

N. Zealand Ex-Premier Ill

WELLINGTON, Oct. 25

Peter Fraser, Ex-Premier of
New Zealand and now opposition
leader, after being dangerously ill
for the past few days showed some
improvement to-day but his health
was still causing his colleagues
anxiety.

Fraser was admitted to hospital
three weeks ago suffering from
influenza and pleurisy. Last week
pneumonia set in with serious com-~-
plications.



—Reuter.






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AUSSIES WILL SELL
200,000,000 BUSHELS
OF WHEAT

BRISBAN®, Oct. 25

Australia’s marketable whea.
crop this season was estimated a.
from 160,000,000 to 200,000,00t
bushels today.

This compared favourably with.
the ‘phenomenal yields” of the
past three years, Australian Wheat
Board Chairman J. S. Teasdale
said,

Heavy inquiries for wheat w

been done to take civilians from
the Caobang fortress.

The French air force yesterday
bombed Vietnam concentrations
in the Caobang area. The results
were not so far known, but it was
believed there were heavy Viet-
nam casualties. y

—Reuter.

Japs Building 9 Tankers

For Brazis
TOKYO, Oct, 24
Commander Andrade of the

Brazilian navy has arrived here
to supervise the building of nine

ere| tankers ordered by the Brazilian

being received from India, Italy, Government from Japanese ship

Egypt, Germany and Japan,

addition to Britain’s usual big de- | language paper.

mand he said.

in| builders, according to

an English
Commander An-

drade arrived here by a Pan-
—Reuter.

Longterm prospects for the in-| American clipper.

dustry could be regarded as fairly
good because of the increasing
populations in other
Teasdale added.

The Weather

TO-DAY
Sun Rises: 5.49 a.m,
Sun Sets: 5.38 p.m.
Moon (Last Quarter) Nov, 2
Lighting : 6.00 p.m.
High Water; 3.30 a.m., 3.06
p.m,

YESTERDAY
Rainfail (Codrington) .41 in.
Total for Month to Yester-

day : 9.22 ins.
Temperature (Max.) 85.5 °F
Temperature (Min.) 73.5 °F
Wind Direction (9 a.m.) E.
(3 p.m.) W.
Wind Velocity 6 miles per
hour
Barometer (9 a.m.) 29.887
(3 pam,) 29.835.

—Reuter.









What’s On Today

Arts and Crafts Embroidery
Exhibition at Queen's

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Water Polo, Aquatic Club

BON Fait aa 5.00 p.m.
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' Police Band at Charity Con-
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Till RSDAY. OCTOBER M, 1IM BARBADOS ADVOCATE PACE TnREE Loan Bill For Christ Church Postponed THE Huuse of Assembly began Hill to authorise the Vestry ol Christ Church to raise i loan not exceeding £|,9W. I'urvose of the loan, u to purchaM a refute collector and to provide .1 garage for H %  %  King holMIng 01 erecting %  new building The Bill way taken charge of bv Mr W W IMT ( %  ). TheurMcrit n;trag.' he said, was nMhcr near to the sen and it wns thought it Mould be more iiitvisnblr to remove It fi al ttta (hnn extend it where it was. On the other hand it might be considered tieceaauir>to erect a new one Mr. R. G Mag* * %  i'allv wanted. It am BSW M*e] to sit npain. further cui[ideratlon was according! y -IILIII STOWAWA YS FINED THEGAMBOLS PHII.BERT HINDS of Davrell.Road. Henry Hunte of Nelson Street, and Eric Griffith ef ls.uHall, St Michael aU pleaajge. faulty of stowing away on the S.s'. Oranjestad" on October 20. when they appeared before His Worship Mr E. A. McLcod on Tuesday Hunt and Griffith were both ordered to pay a fine of £5 or four weeks' Imprisonment and Hincis who had . previous conviction was fined £10. In looking up Hinds' racer %  SviU.u Waldron — keeper of the arimlnal rt cords — said that Hind* was convicted and fined tfl by His Warship Mr H A. Talma ir stowing away on the S.S 'Specialist' on September 23 ,, ... re at %  • Hiuda appealed and the declstonl JO I Oil liVH KttlBH <*i Monday In the' ; confirmed 1 Court of Appeal Another man — 26-year-old Theophilus A;urd of Eagle Hall —was fined C5 for attempting '. stow away on the Schooner Emetine." on Tuesday PC. 437 Ju u. FoneUko in givh K evidence lor the pn socutiut. said that he went on board the tmmtar to clear I found Ag.-u-! < %  c r e t e d on the ship He rdkttd him how he got llicic snd be did iMrt reply He then ai rested him. Hilary Clarke, master of the "Emetine" said he did not give Agard permission to board the "j ly ha "in Ins defence Agard told Mr. LffiJ* %BSjf*Jf rS j*Le* :,,., n, inci to stowaway S'c'roy'd^. uSSStl I wanted to see British „, Mlhur( , dediealed today oinana. lo mgr \f ihp |ifj|, giuuVM sgi Gamer prosocuU-d for the the United Nations and lo sound Around The World BERLIN. Oct 24 General Lucius D Clay former American Military Governor in Germany said here today that the greatest task of people of a rid was "to build a worM of); free nations and free men living and working together at peace He Was speaking as National Chairman of the American crusade for freedom before throwing a switch at noon that rang a great bronze freedom bell In the tower of West Berlin's poL Fogartv's Open New Store In B.G. <;EORGETOWN, B.G Oct ^3 Thousands of people swarmed William fogarty's retail stores throughout shopping hours today as DM doon r.r the. new ssoo.ooo store were thrown open to business for the llrst time. Tho building, in which 375 tec I reinforcement anr* 50,000 b.ig* of cemoni Wen HMd ed in the great lire of 1945 which cut a wide rwath In the baan of eotnil Georuetown B G. Since the Royal Bunk el CaBsldp this Is the first build IRE re-*tored. bul several other llrepruof structures including the new fstMrau post office, the Royal Afrit uttural and Commercial Soelei,. I i er's Drug stores and I and Sand Bach Parkei Co., 1.1.1., are well underwa, Poaarty's is two atoreyed lor the most part with a three slorcy block at the CfflU* and provision for n complete lliird storey if need be. — World Talks Oil GENEVA. Oct. 24 W.iker-. employee and Um tinment experts of 14 major oil prodiictni countries will meet here lo-day to begin the third session HI Hie International Labour Organisation's Petroleum Committee Countries attending are: Argentina. Burma. Canada, Colombia Egypt. Iraq, Mexico. Motherland Peru, the United Kinrfdom. the United States nnd Venezuela The session will consider a report on soeial conditions in the petroleum industry and tenon tttken by various Governments to improve them since the last meetof HIP Committee In I94B —Heater. rallying peal of freed Iron curtain countries. Radio carried the bell's first deep resonant note around the world. General Clay dedicated the bell ii a signal of honour to those who have given their lives in the cause of freedom" He asked all lho*e who heard the bell's iirsi "inesaag* of frtedom and faith" to "rededicotc and loin together In this caus.v" —Rruter Germane-U ill Neter Harm France -EISENHOWER CHICAGO. > icral Uwight 0 Ki.-. Allieo WaUUlM mander in Europe sa.d here that the United States woul.t gaTffel re-arm Germans sufficiently make them a serious threat to %  TawM Asked at a press coafereaee >esterday whether he thought West Germany should be allowed to r*-aim. the General 'Traditionally Japan and German* have been balancing powers So e could gel West Germain into our camp it would be a tremendous awir.f in our favour "However we would ne\ %  he extent that they would be i-noufc threat lo France. I ll> would like to Net then. We>Germans) into our camp, but tlien rould have to be certain re t fictions Ashed about reports thai he (as to become Atlantic Pact Commander in Chief. General Eisrnhower replied: "Wot true.*' Would he accept such an a*!ignment? riu> ileneral. :iw Pre Columbia Ciovci-ln said he was till on active service. It would not be a question of be but being ordered, If anyone ever suggests that I have a duty I will'not duck It" he added. "I haven't refused anything yet." — Reefer Only Denust In Virgin hks Dies (...-.. Oa. P rrrr*M>ati AirnGuA Foi veers the tdte F C. Ward as the only dentist In the Virgin lands He was Scotsman and he died at RoadldVn last maBstb His home wa. OBl Out Own Corr-tpttnurrai PORT-OF-SPA1N. Oct m Leslie Burr. Director of A'fctoi Ltd., Pnrt-OT-apelo told the Pie reeterdej shortiv after reliirned to Trinidad, that th |nt .il impression among busl'" %  'ii and tlnaneiers he had met in Hew York, is lhal ihe Pound would soon be revalued. II* stated that there was great anxiety In Canada and the United Slates among businessmen who would very mueh like to do bu.si nOM with the West Indies on J big scale. JAPAN HOPES TO JOIN UNITED NATIONS TOKYO. Oct. 24. Prime Minister Shigeni Yosh da said today Japan hoped ne mhjhl loidmlttoa as a memb.-r ol the Unlivd Nations. He mad> this statement in an addrctwhlch was real for him by proxy at .. UN day meeting sponsor''*! by Ihe United Nations AaaOC ai <<" • f Japan. The address said: "Japnn earnestly desires lhat r peace treaty be concluded ai ihtearliest date and that Japan idtiiitH'ci Into 'lie eofn.i.ity of peace-loving uutlins of hl Ihe world and eventually bOCOmC a member of the United Nations" Tho Prime Minister c led particular President Trump recent references to a Japanese peace treaty following his Wake J'.i.n-.d meeting with General Mac I r.lun "Since the outbreak of armed ronffln In Korea, the Japs had been interested in the United Nitlons in a growing degree. Yoshida said.—Heater HARBOUR LOG In Carlisle Bar *rfc ******* VI. Ii-I4I • 1li|i III frmn TiinutAd T Ake. i -,.i aer** L Alroa I'MHUI. I.S1 "%  Bti mw C.Mfi.. in r \an siOaaake' iri i x i t K J • d 1.1 ArnoH T rax. Mr J H nil -. Mr* 4 f >.T.I I i ... K M %  D Johnwm, Ml M'f. Bo. -ixd Mr> r e • rn-ms H.Ji.l..id. Mr* r> J a*.-.M>* M a*irh Mii Wairl Mi** L Wt-kh. Di and Mr. S i a ware i id Seawell r-rui II .i Warm I* %  Yfr-v| MrrlK-rt t^i-rt. Am,-IH.U. I Vrmm Kmn i awaaa n.-.. ST I .IT IA |v XawU, iirirti %  'i r*Fi*n> Inks rtir-T. naa>ARTi-M>.-i i a w i A I. ta TMN1DAD: iWr> Hmk. C*m %  i; MltthHI • l ImtlriK. I'M JAMAICA Ai. • -it. rv*i* Kraal* OtJfci K' .. I ^ in Bulk. .1*.n .i I. l.KI'MH %  Sr IAN JUAN Janus Unstfh > IN. "I '. | .. %  AVOID GOLDS-FLU Use LIFEBUOY TOILET SOAP Keep fresh AU day long '.rse Lifebuoy Toilet Soap in your diily batli Of ihoweTi and Wlttncvervouwg-.h Ijfcbuov' i ^..Iccrxlcansing lather rcjJK lico youui .*am %  fresher so mutfi saflfef. S • ttaTI evaaf Lilebuoy Toilet Soap now i m % %  all day .mil eicr\' day FOR PERSONAL FRESHNESS ILtTAYS WATCH THIS SPACE STARTING FRIDAY. OCTOBER 27TH 4 WEEK: OP STAKTI.INI; ANI> UNBGI IKVAHI.K RKDUCTIONS. S M k is, and youcan/re/it That Stuiy. esasgy feeliiie vanishes, your Itcnd ck-ais UrltatH") •" wouthnl, and many cold Is sioprs\l right IIH-II and there Vo-ant-iidf Is ufrculy drsigmJ lo .nmuijii \ufuii A own dr/rnci< iieaftlil oWdt. ('.. il in rimr' Colds are doubly dangerous %  may lead to "Ha" or stars*I So AWSd vtacs VA-TR0-N0L M so.*;*, qukk W put A lew NOtl ItHOfS New Playground THE St. Christopher's Girls* School will soon have a new play ground. The Mouse of Assembly nn Tuesday passed a icsolution for S377 for the purchasing of 18.333 square feet of land for the purpose and to meet certain expens-s in connection with the purchase Mr. Adams (I.) look charge of tho Rcso'ution !*lr. Oeddsrd put aside for all the schools Potatoes, Cheese Come OVER 2.200 crates and 100 bales of potatoes along with 341 baas, 300 crates of onions an I 200 cases of cheese arrived In the Island yesterday by the Dutch freighter "fl.-ra". The "Hera" has brought for Barbados over 300 tons of cam from Amsterdam and Hamburg Included In the cargo were supplies of port wine, beer, currants, sultanas, peanut butte-, poanuta, anchovy fHets. mushrooms, veast, hams In tins, canned meats, malted milk, meat proserves, rolled oels. barley, froren fish, cognac and olive oil. Christmas tree decorations and toys ;il arrived. THAWI BROS. Prinrr Wm. ll.-ntj SI. Ml M ^ BETTER NUTRITION ~^S FOR THE ENTIRE FAMILY y^Tm\ IS EVERY LOAF OF... "* _.. J c R ^-lU^^i BREAD IF YOUFEEL LIKE THIS TAKE WINCARNIS TONIC WINE AND FEEL LIKE THIS! f BE HEALTHY ^ f 5i & HAPPY. Aa qealllt-mlniled Bakers W t can alwa>a assure you of the Kent In spite of the rest J & R BAKERIES The Answer to your Transport Problem Massey Harris WHEEL TRACTORS (42 it ii r i Also available with Steel Wheels and Half Tracks (For Ploughing) mm~ ADDITIONAL SHII*Mi:NT DDK SHORTLY. HMIMIS. 4.AIIA4.E White Park Road. (ROBER1 THOM. 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BARBADOS ADVOCATE THURSDAY, OCOBER , 1W0 Kelling Wins Cambridgesh ire B.G., Trinidad Tie In Chess Games Ow M<\i housewife, and Arthur McCashh a 40-year-old gentleman farmet from J'luckemin N. J. The faultless Mexican entr> consists of Lieutenant Eva Valdo a 22-year-old officer of the wo man's division of the MaWKtu Army, Cadet Roberto Vinals 2' and D. Hareourt 26. The ••conn part of the low score competiuoi was to be run off 'ate on Tu*dny with the final event set for Friday evening. The team with the least faults will be awarded the IMlh Cavalry Challenge trophy Saturdav l^t^^^'wSttjW WU** and the going wajflr., permanent po-se.i —(CT > -iieaie. By VHINON MOIGAN I JUCJET, CHI 25 i.. raw .ii the Wrt Mr. Chris Jarvu' thn >ld Krllint Ann a thulium race Or the Cambria... L r* • act. verdict after the (mines hlld consulted a photo Kellinc starting 100 to 7 and ridden by Douglas Smith, finished fast to take first place from the llll> Zina. starling 100 to 6 with UN KIUI.II bred coll Valdesco %  tarting 28 lo . yards away third of 3i runt* K<-'ling's vielory was the first trained horse for Drawn 25 of 31 starters. this chestnut came late on the scene, Smith timing his effort to perfection. It had looked as if the filly Zina. ridden by the young H-yvar-uld boy Lester Mggott who had been earlier today suspended I stewards had the race in his packet, though she too had bndly drawn and wu In position 30, but she faltered and was challenged in the ia.-l hundred yards by Killing and the French bred Valdisto. alt three passing the poet almost In a line. QEOHC.I Oct. 25. *t close of play on Tuesday nigh) Brlttati fju i nt u .md Trini%  'i points 11 Q bM] : Pi tn.i...i and B of the difference In handicap* in the singles and three-eighths dlflerance In the aggregate handicaps in the four-ball battles. Th< However. each lady will hav her individual opponent at in •ame time. One point wul bi scored for each singles victorand one point for each four-bal victory. It is doubtful If as many ai eighteen women ever teed < H a Rockley on the same afternoon before, so because of the large field and because of the earl> I SPORTS WINDOW .I'll I POLO Th. 8*", I CeMpMUMl ** %  • plc# Ui UM lUrl'idoAquinv (lub Play henna ul p m Tta gm ••' S*I>I"T -wne-dflah -lid I'rtic* VB BOHHIM turn nthUti brlwrfv Suapp"' ntd s...iinh prom'—, u. b on. „i n. mghUaiil* "I ">* a* 1 %  nion. Ihw* l" •** Reds Ignore y%e*c*j(b*&e#hJ&dhmmmt*...\ U.S. Act IIEA VYWEIGHT NOVICE LONDON. Jamaican Ray Edwaros made an unsuccessful bid ti r heav. i oaring honours at LOT. don's Karringay Arena This 2< year-old London postman •ntand Jack Solomon's Novices Heavyweight Comoetitlon which *upCirted—sometimes with comic reif -th Congiess, which expired on Monday A statement Issued by the New York party Headqu.nt.i~ profflsMd intetest in the expnat"ai ol the registration deadline, and said the parly would Join with othci t-'iplr III working for repeat ol the act. The next move is now up to the Justice Department w nich tame* iexpansibility for endorsement to the so-called anti-subversive bill ^ A spokesman said last night tha* . thn Department would probanl.\ J , mt-'egte legal battle. ;; The Boiird must hold hearings £ and allow the accused associatioi right of counsel and > ross exam; ><• tion. The organisation then has th' light to appeal to the Suprenv %  ""nurr —Heater. A breath of England comet to you with these toilet articles (or men. The unforgettable fragrance of Mitcham Lavender from Surrey lanes... captured by Potter and Moore with a process of distillation perfcetcS over two hundred years. —-at**-' i u w MITC Mil lAVENItll LOOK YOUR BEST LAVINOM WATtS I TALCUM •OWOfS TOUil SO** SMAVWG SOAP B %  .IAN'l-1 I FOZINII.N-INf APTISVSHAVC lOHON On Sale at BOOKERS' iB'doa) Drug Slorei GLOBE Tn-dy. .'. and 8 St p.m.—LAST SHOWH— \ SUM. IS IIIMIV IUMMV IHIMAFV DANNY KATE AND LOI'IB AKMSTKOMi STEP IIV STEP I.JOIII.I Timer— Anne letter, ^.v.W/W^/WWW/W//W/^/^'''''''-'' w v; Your hair will be handsomer by far when you treat it b. Vaseline' Hair Tonic. Just use a tew drops %  day...then see the difference! Buy a battle today I Vaseline^}* sunset it will be necessary Tov the nrst quaitet to get away from the No 1 tee promptly at 1.45 p m., the others following ai lUc-minute intervals. The teams and the draw for Edwards knocked out lanky Ted Pibcl in the first round of the (list aeries—a victory which was QCt to much due to skill as to a stone and a half advantage in weight and the almost pathetic inexpenrmv f in. opponent. But In the next series—the semi-tlnal—h. beaten on points by one Fredpowell, who went on to w'" I'OIIVN will go oil in fours, with .opponents and partners follow th,Indie' in each up opposed the figures in parentheses Indieal to the men in the ?ame group, ing each player's handicap: Indies Men Miss I Lenagan (3) . Mrs. B. Wilson (171 C Bayley (fl> B Rolfe (8) Mrs. W Mclntyrr (17) Mrs. K King (18) K. Hunte ,) W. Atkinson (ID) Miss K. Lenagnn (IB) Mrs M. Wight (27) Mrs. I. Oootllng M'" Mrs. G Lamroek (?) D Lucle-Smlth (10) P D. McDermott (II) Miss F. Atwell (22) Mrs. McCivirin (?) G Challcnor (12) J. O'Neal (13) E. A Benjamin (14) N. S. Atwell (14) Mm. Mrs. Hooper (30) McDennolt (31) Mi" ii Hm-hurt (33) Mist W. Barnes (SB) J rversen (17) S. Toppln (19) R Norris (22) D. Cole (23, Mrs. D. Perkins (36) Mrs. X. Iversen (36) V King (24) Girling (24) Vyskuuky Should Call Off Red Action In Malaya Says Eden •LONDON. Oet 25 Anthony Eden suggested it the House of Commons to-daj that Soviet Foreign Minister Andrei Vyaninsky "who is now friendly" should call off Communist operation.in Malaya. Eden, uepuv Leader Opposit ion made the -emark after the Labour poeltlat Bmerya Hughe.had urged the G'vernment to stop using bombers in Malaya The Colonial Secretary James Griffith* said he preferred tn the spot — %  enter. a.lli l M l l MIUda l \ ly M. Harriton-Crav I N. Zealand Ex-Premier 111 WELLINGTON. Oct. 23 Peter Eraser, Ex-Premier of New Zealand and now opposition leader, after being dangerously ill for the past few days showed some Improvement to-day but his health was still causing his colleagueanxiety. Fraser was admitted 'o hospital three weeks ago aUfferUig from influenza and pleurisy Last week pneumonia set in with ^erloua complications. —ateeler l)..l.r: Hoillll. North South gam s I It 1 the final. Edwardt nearly 14 stone, has His share of the amounted to £50. vho scaled nuch to learn prize mone;. —L.E.8. AUSSIES WILL SELL 200,000,000 BUSHELS OF WHEAT hKISBAAt, Oct 25 A^itralia's marketable whea crop this season wat estimated %  irom 160.000.000 to 200,000,0tn bushels today. This compared favourably will the "phenomenal yields" of thi past three years, Australian Wheat ii. M.I I'hairni.in J B 1 adMUal %  aid. Heavy inquiries for wheat were lieing received from Inngtcrm piospetts for the industry could be regarded aa fairly good because of the UN I ti papulatsotu In <'"her countrie; Teusdale added -Reuter. Civilians Leave Laokay SAIGON. Oct. 23 | Civilians were voluntarily leav %  ing Laokay an Isolated key frontier post of the Indo-china frontlet vith Communist China, a Frencl spokesman announced to-day. French forces evacuated Kliuoni J5 miles to the northwest two day ago he added, and the garrison wa ithdrawtiig to Laokay, its<-l -erlously threatened by Vietnam insurgents. Laokay, at the head of the Re< River valley where it overlooks China. Vthe westernmost tip ol the new French defence line guard. ing the rich Tonkin rice delta. A spokesman said that military (iuihorltles had not ordered civilian evacuation of Laokay. and m. airlift would be established as had bean done to take civilians from the Caobang fortress. The French air force yesterday bombed Vietnam concentrations in the Caobang area. The resulti were not so far known, but it was believed there were heavy Vietnam casualties —Reuter (.IOIII: OPENING TO-MOHKOUHER KIND OF WOMAN NEVER LEARNS! /* J ARTHUR RANK p-^nn ANN TODD CLAUDE RAINS TREVOR HOWARD One Wo mans Story A Mm* WinalOTl Organdies w. ui 4 IX SI 7 3 I Kill. ThU If?" > A K I If • 1 from match i play a muddled by the J Norih-South pair In Boom I J who played the double raine i u forcing South bid One Heart. Nortli One Mpadr and { Soutii Two Spade. North ( noe bid Three Hearts, but South bv this time bad liait ; enough and passed. > In Room 2 North went i \ straight to Uie_poini with a i limit raise to Three Msaru mid south bid Four West led 4 K 'o dummy s 4b A. and [ • tj (ollowed EAM won and ( returned IS lo West's *lf. ) and a third Club lead set up ; | i48 in dummy as a master I < This defence made tluniri easy for Houili who diew J trumps and then l<-il e J, di-/ tardlne a Spade m durluii) i *lien Wat nlaved low Eant < • nil ibsi unoi but soniii > eould now avatd tin in** ol a > Spade a~.d iin:mt>i tin The Weather TO-II AY Sun Rises: ft.4 •'< Sun SeU : S.S8 p.m. Moan (Last <|u*rler) Nov. 2 t.njiuiiK %  e.oa p.m. High Water | 3 SO a.m.. 3 00 VtSTCRDAY Kainfall (Codlingtoii) 1 I" Total for Month to I'esterday : 9.Zt ina. Temperature (Max ) 85.5 F Temperature (Mln.) 1J.5 F Wind Direction (B a m > E. (3 pns.) W. Wind Velocity 6 miles per hour Barometer ( am.) t9.W1 (S pen > 29835. Japs Building 9 Tankets For 6ra^>* TOKYO. Ocl 24 Commnder Andradv of the itrnzillan navy has arrived here lo supervise the building of nine tankers ordered by the Brazilian Government from Japanese shijbuilders. according to an English language paper. Commamier Andrade arrived here by a PanAmerican ellpiier. —Reuter. — PLUS — GRAND ALL STAR TALENT CONTEST BYRON ROLLOCK t ll Mil i 1UND8 Kl inn ril HINDS H'CILLE CRAIO IIOLMAN RAYSIDE IRVIN HARRIS ... NEVILLE riiiixirs (L VYTON THOMPSON GI'EST STAR—Master T Bleaa Thlo ateasae Bella of St Mary's Ave MarU Among My Souvenirs It lilt Fair. Hinging and Playing Piano ... S In Love ., .. Chatanooga Shoe Shine MARSHALL—-Stormy Weather AND INTRODUCING LITTLE LORD FAUNTLE-ROY—ARTHUR FORDE he Worlds Youngest CalTpeonlan ( yearwi with hla own Cempoeiuo" "MODERN G1KLS AINT GOT "•'"PECT^^ SAVE YOUR HALF TICKKTS AND WIN CARTONS IIKME1.KNS BFi:R In White per ya CHECK ORGANDIE In Peach, Green, Orchid, Blue. 36 ir. wide ftfi per yard.. ww w J|0t. PLAIN ORGANDIE In Blue Peach. 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May Come To

West Indies |

VOLUNTEERS ‘REQUIRED IN U.K. |

From Our Own Correspondent }

Bi LONDON, Oct., 25.
EXPERIMENTS on human volunteers in Britain
on the lines first tried out in Australia have

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been suggested in order to find a solution to a mala-
ria problem baffling colonial medical research work -

ers.

This is revealed in the annual report on Colo-
nial Research (for 1949-50) published to-day by the
Colonial Office. The problem concerns certain re-
sistance strains to anti-malaria drugs and was dis-
covered particularly in patients from rubber estates |
in Malaya.

W. Europe
Needs 50
Divisions

Some evidence of it, has also
been reported from East and West
Africa and elsewhere.

The report describes it as a
“most important and disturbing
development in malaria therapy.”

After a full discussion. the ma-
laria sub-committee of the Colo-
nial Medical Research Committee
said, a factor existed “that might

available anti-malarial drugs”
both in respect of prevention and

LONDON, Oct. 25.
Between 50 and 60 divisions and
8,000 to 5,000 aircraft are neces-
sary for the defence of Western

Europe a sty gro’ set up by
the British Rawal Institute for In-
ternational Affairs ass to-day

In a report entitled “Defence in
Cold War” the study group of the
institute whici: is unofficial, said:
“A free world must prepare for a
long drawnout struggle with its
Communist challengers in Europe,
the Middle East and Asia.

Chairman of the study group is
Major General Sir Ian Jacob who
was military Assistant Secretary
to the British War Cabinet during
the last war and is now director
of the overseas services of the
British Broadcasting Corporation

The Revel Institute for Interna-
tional Affairs claims to be 4 non-
political body. The study group
declared that during the next four
or five years the Soviet Govern-
ment itself is unlikely to launch
Any aggressive war but that the
cold war will continue. In a cold
war na could lose vital
Strategic a and points they
would need for effective defence
against military operations by the
Soviet Union and its allies.

“The Communist’s cold war is
an effort to weaken Capitalist
states for the war which he
believes to be inevitable” the
teport added. “If the cold war
fails in that purpose then the
Soviet policy judging from
the past — may be brought to
ine post of accepting comprom-
ise and co-operation and so
world war will be averted.”

Tie study group said that the
Western. Union Defence Organi-
sation should ye merged in the
Atlantic Pact Organisation,

—Reuter.



: i. -
Missing Scientist’s
Honie Searched

LONDON, Oct. 25

British s@curity officers early
this morhing entered ahd searched
Abingdéa (Berkshire) hoe ot
Professor Bruno Pontecorvo, Brit-
ish dtom Scientist who disappeared
in Finland,

Four security officers used a
master key to enter the house,
and drew all curtains before they
switched on the lights.

The search lasted more than one
hour, When the officers left they
took with them a large suitcase.
They refused to make any state~
ment,

A search warrant was ob-

tained before the officers entered
the home of the scientist. -Reuter.



to be more effective and quicker |
h field investigations

; Dr.

who had previously studied cer-
tain aspects of malaria in West
Africa and East Africa has initi-

treatment, of malaria.

The sub-committee decided that |
to get at the full extent of the |
problem, its significance and im- |
portance, further investigations |
should be. catried out in Malaya
and elsewhere.

It recommended also a study of |
the subject by experimenta! in- |
vestigations in Britain on human }
volunteets on the lines that had |
been adopted at Cairns, Australia. |

This plan was considered likely

affect the policy to be adopted in
: in the use of different

The Colonial Medical Research |
Committee have now reported that
arrangements for the purpose are |
under consideration. It involves |
the maintenance of malaria strains |
obtained from different colonial |
territories and their use in experi- /
mental studies and may take some
time. |

The present range of malaria
research is likely to be extended. |
Despite the importance of African |
problems, says the Medical Re-
search Committee, it is felt that
the time has come to get a wider
view of the whole malaria mos-
quito problem by extending re-
search to other countries,

One of the most promising of
\such fields is the West Indies.
In this area, only in Trinidad and
British Guiana, has the problem
been tackled in a scientific way.

R. C. Muirhead-Thomson

ated special studies in Jamaica.



Russian Delegate
Disappears

HELSINKI, Oct. 25.
The Soviet legation here said
today thit a Russian trade dele-
hotel
in
seen

gate living in a Helsinki
to. report for
and had not

failed
August
since,
Finnish Secutity Police said
that the missing man-—40-year-
old Ivan Markin a Russian engin-
eer belonging to the Russian trade
mission hete — had crossed into
Sweden at the Torneau
frontier in North Finland.
Markin, believed to be a bache-
lor, was accompanied
frontier by a Finnish
but she had
Helsinki.
Reuter’s Stockholm Correspond-
ent reported that the Swedish
Aliens Commission had no record
of Markin in Sweden and sug-
gested that he might have gone
to Norway and not to Sweden.
—Reuter.

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girl-police
returned

since to

ON BOARD “COLOMEIE

PICTURED here are some of the distinguished personalities travelli:
made its first post-war visit here yesterday.

Left to right are Mr. Jean Marie, President of Compagnie Generale Transatlantique,



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THE MARCH

waset | Slump In
Bec | Diamond

Workers

LONDON, Oct, 25

Rationing of rough diamond

allocations have been cut twic
in the past six months— is puttin:
skilied polishers and cutters out o
work in London

J. C. Ginder, President of th
Diamond Manufacturers Associa
on said to-day that a seriou
situation will develop if the short

ige continues,

Cuts in rationed rough diamond
h ave already led to an appre

iable amount ef unemploymen
in London he said, wdding tha
“we are coming to the end of ou

eserves and it will be. serious i
hese cuts are continued.”

Export orders were alread:
jeopardised he said, because ther:
were not enough diamonds to fult
orders

The general trade opinion j
Hatton Garden London's diamon
tvade centre is that there are n
vest hoards of diamonds but th:
usuffieient are being produced 1
meet world demands.

A representative of the Diamon
Trade Corporation said to-da
that “«pplications are for far mor
diamonds than are available, W.
have to share available diamonds
not only with British manufactur.
ers, but with industries all ove:

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STRIPPED down to their underwear to prévent them from hiding arms, these North Korean Com

munist prisoners are marched to the rear by U.S. Marine guards, in this picture by LIFE photo }

grapher Carl Mydans.

Explains LIFE, “In defeat, the North Koreans suffered huge casualties
15,000 captured. The U.S. now counted 3,000 of its sons killed, another 11,000 wounded, and hoped that
a surrender would halt the fighting. But Americans wére proud of their victory at Seoul, This was a
war most of the world did not expect the U,8, to

-From LIFE International October 23. Copyright TIME Inc.

Jolson Leaves “Colombie” Pays First

Post-War Visit Here
More French Ships Coming

PAYING its first post war visit to Barbados, the French
Luxury liner “Colombie” steamed into Carlisle Bay yes-
terday evening from Le Havre via Southampton and Mar-
tinique shortly after tive o’clock with 600 passengers, 33



$4,000,000

NEW YORK, Oct.
singer” Al Jolson

25.

“Jazz who

died two days ago left $4,000,000,

the entertainments journal Variety

reported to-day

Variety said that his estate
would go to Jewish, Protestant
and Catholic charities in eque:
shares after specific bequests fo
eedy university students had
been met

Generous” Trust Funds wert
provided for his widow—hi:
fourth wife — and their two
adopted children—but Variety

said nothing was left to his third
wife Ruby Keeler and _ thei:
adopted son Al Jolson junior aged
15.

—Reuter

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g on the 8.8. “Colombie” which

Mr. Lanier

Secretary General of the French Line, Mr. J. Ramorony, President of the French Merchant Marine Com

mission at the French Parliament, Mr. Abel Durand, President of the
sion at the Republic Council,, Mr. C. Laigret, Prefect of Martiniqu
loupe, Mr. F. Lachesnez-Hende, Director General of the French Line for the et

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Mr. L.. Briggs Collins, Director

of R. M. Jones and Co., Ltd

agents f

French Merchant Marine Commis
Mr

Prefect of

Guade
area and

G. Philipson
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of whom disembarked here.

Among those on board were
Mr. Jean Marie, President of the
Compagnie Generale Transatlanti-
que and Mrs. Marie.

Mr. Marie told the “Advocate”
that it was a great pleasure to
re-inaugurate the service of the
French Line through the visit of
the “Colomb’e”, which was in the
past, a very popular ship in the

He sald that the ship is now
a completely new steamer and
will be in the future, a link be-
tween the West Indies and Eng-
‘and, She will be the first Frencn
iner in service and \'wo years
rom now, there will be two addi-
tional ships of the French line,
ic “Antille and Flafdre’, each
apable of aéecommodating 800
passengers with a _ bi-monthly
urope

Mr, Marie thinks .that the
ravelling public of Barbados wil!
appreciate the efforts of the
French tine to improve trans-
poration between Barbados and
®urope

He said that the company pro-
poses to inaugurate on the next
rip, connections between Bar-
bados atid Kingston, Jamaica with
the “Colombie” which he felt
hould be a véry popular trip for
vest Indians ‘

This year, the company had
inaugurated a freigh’ line from
Hamburg and other Continental
ports to the Br'tish West Indies
Licluding Barbados with monthly

sailings and they expected to
improve those sailings in the very }
near tuture j

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In addition to the gsneral cargo
which would be carried by those!
freighters, Mr. Marie said thar it;
was very important to note that}
cargo would also |

accepted on all of those steamers

The “Colombie” left last nig} |

for Tr nidad and is expected to oe}

on October 29 before leaving |
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73,000 men killed, over



DING, DONG, DELL!
MULE DOWN A WELL

(From Our Own Correspondent)
PORT-OF-SPAIN, Oct. 23.
A few minutes after
Senath, an Indian from
Curepe, Trinidad had left his
$300 mule in his yard he
could not find it. On making
a search he came back to
the same spot, and there he
Sa\ mule submerged

in an old well, which was
filed by recent floods It
took 50 fellow residents
nearly one hour to dig a

sloping trench for the mule

to be dragged up



WA. UNIVERSITY
FINDS DRUG

LONDON, Oct, 25
have been hunting thy
chemical that gives: a cocoa bea
its chocolate taste, the Colonia
Office announced to-day in its
yearly report on Colonial research

Scientist



Lalest investigations suggest
that the mystery chemical is «
highly complex compound of

Phenol, the report added
During the past twelve months
the University College of the

West indies has developed a
new anti-biotic drug (made like
penicillin from a fungus) which

shows remarkable properties in

killing certain disease germs

The fungus from which the
drug was originally obtained was
found to consist of seven different

strains some red, some white,
some yeliow and some green
Only the tough green” strain
produced the germ — the killing
anti-biotic now known as Mon-
amy ind that has been

carefully isolated

Monamycin kills a wide range



of disease bacteria, although it
doés not affect exactly the same
#roups as penicillin

Resea contint

Reuter

he world.”

He added that some of the finest
liamond eraftsmen in Britain anc
‘n the Continent were being force
© look for other employment,

—Reuter.



(From Our Own Correspondent)

. LONDON, Oct, 25

The Growing concern ovei
“trresponsible” statements _ ap-

pearing Ih various sections of the
Colonial Press again expressed
itself this afternoon in the Hou:
of Commons, Mr. Peter Smither
Conservative M,P. and Secretar:
of his party’s West Indies Sul -
Committee suggested at
time that there should be
debate on the whole — problem,
ary of State fer the Color -
ies J. Griffiths did not oppose the
Suggestion but pointed out. that
it was not for him to atrange
debates

Smithers’ suggestion arose fol-
lowing a question he put to th
Colonial Secretary asking whethe:
the latter had seen a copy of
“Thunder” a British Guiana Mag-







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BEETS WILL
BE WASTED

(From Our Own Correspondent) .
LONDON, Oct. 25.

BRITAIN’S HOME SUGAR CROP it now
appears, will not be nearly as large as was
originally anticipated. Estimates which placed the
quantity of refined sugar from the sugar beet at
626,000 tons have had to be revised. It is believed

that the final figure will be considerably lower.
The rcsson for this is that factories in the Nor-
folk area wiiere a large percentage of the crop is
grown afé unable to keep up with the rush of work.
Already they are behind
schedule in processing the heavy

loads of beet arriving from the
growing area. It is feared that uf-

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NEW YORK less the factory intake can be
Back trom a long stay in considerably speeded up, there
Britain, film re er Peter will be a large wastage
Cusick \ook his five-year-old Many farmers taking advantage
son, Michael, tnrough the of the dry spell are lifting thei
Central Park They stopped crops now. Normally at this time
in front of ua Shakespeare of the year rain ca the
statue, and the father asked harvest period to be spread over
the son what Shakespeare . - Ty ae
k . . two or three months, This ensure
1eld in his hands (a folio of a constant supply _.of beet. for
one of his plays), Michael's a COME FUDGE. OF } a ‘sean
reply—his ration books! | factories. But this year s been

fone of the driest for some years
| Instead of factories having stead:
, supplies they are being faced with
overwhelming quantities of beet
right at the commencement of th
eason
To try and prevent substan-
tial astage the National
Farmers’ Union h been asked
to sumgest tu the British Sugar
Corporation Who “bw” Te
factories, that only swhrefined
sugar should be produecea now,

European
Army

PARIS, Oct. 2

The French National Assembl ai - ae
to-day resumed its debate of th Ee ee en bet Tet
Government's plan for a Europea UDTE SRRRE AL SNe ee ‘
army The loss of even’a small part of

Near Radical Eduardo Bonne | the beet crop will be felt keenly,
fours, President of the Foreig, | the more Benes vésterda
Affairs Commission approved thy | #Mnouncement that Britain's food.
proposal and said: “If we do no | stocks are not a healthy now as
‘want Germany to rearm againy | they were six months -age, and
Europe, we must establish a Eu | any hopes of sugar coming off the
ropean military force”, ration will be set back aceord-

Pierre Cot, Independent Lef | ingly
Wing deputy, opposed it and call

azine, and what action the Minis- ,
ter proposed “to prevent ¢ircula-

tion of the false statements and
distorted facts it
The Colonial Secretary replied
that he was well aware
danger of the
such material, but sy questions
should be dealt with by
Colenial Governments concerned



contains”, {

of the,

Publication ot!

; ‘ directly
queyfioi larmament, it would bear the re
’ \Sponsibility for it before hisiory

he said,

ed on the Government to proclain
“neutralisation of Germany”

Cot, that Russi
threatened to invade. Bufopé,
“Can the Government say if it
has received a note from its Am



Churchill Does
Not Fear Fire

LONDON, Oct, 25,
Winston Churchill went to a
fire on Tuesday night and insisted
on, getting so close that he gaye
police officials a bad time. The

“If the Assembly directly or in
approved German re

had never

bassador in Moseow indicatin; | flames damaged the last remain-
that Russia was about to invac« | ing section of London's once fam-
Kurope?” he asked ous Crystal Palace



National Defence Minister Jule Churchill was driving to his
Moch said Russia had severa | country home and v the flames
divisions in Germany and her| He marched so close to the fire
army was strong altogether that his sturdy figure was wrapped

Reuter. rapeatediy, in clouds of dense
smoke Worried police suggested
s@veral times that he move back,

the | tarriéa
passenger cab and

(CP)

—

little attention

FULL. UP

(From Our Own Correspondent
PORT-OF-SPAIN, Ort, 29
Patrick Yearwood @ txi-drive
12 pass€iigérs$ in 15 4
was fined $20

but

TELL THE ADVOCATE
THE NEWS

he paid

in this case he was consulting|Said the Magistrate, “You mus Ring 3113 Day or Night.
zits the Governor of British have nose a contortionist to be BS THE ADVOCATE
Juiana. able to dfive that taxi with four
| persons with abhi in the front PAYS FOR NEWS
seat”.

Acheson Rejetts
Plan For Al!

German Govt.

WASHINGTON, Oct, 25
American Secretary of State
Dean Acheson, to-day rejected the
Soviet bloc proposal to set up ¢
constitutional convention, to pave
the way for @ provisional al’
German Government, |

A commiipniags issued, aftet §
meeting of thé East Burapear
Communist Foréign. Mifistefs. a:
Prague on Saturday suggestec
that the convention should have
equal representation from-~ East
and West Germany,

But Acheson, said that the ide:
that, “the 18,000,000 captive Ger

mans of the East should hav
equal representation with — the
47,000,000 free Germans of thé

West”
ary ideas
Acheson
communique
turn to the
proposals
lem.”
Acheson
States had

violated the most elemen
of democracy,”

said that the Pragu
was merely “a re
old and unworkat

said that the Unite
repeatedly urged o
Russia the plah for free, opg
supervised democratic election
all over Germahy for a new con
stitutional convention Only i
this way could a German Gov, 4
ment responsive to the will of th
majority be obtained he said.

He said that the Prague state-
ment “abuses by its perversion of
language the world’s hope for
peace and understafiding.”

“Against that abuse I raise
solemn protest” Acheson added
Reuter

GAITSKELL SWORN IN AS
CHANCELLOR
LONDON, Oct. 25
Hugh Gaitskell wa
sworn as Britain's Chancello
of the Exchequer to-day. He r¢
ceived his seal of office from Kin

in

George at the meeting of th
Privy Council
Gaitskell who ucceeds Ss

Stafford Cripps, was later receive
4n audience by



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$50.06 in the

Photo Competition.

days

“Advocate”

‘

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Carb Calling

M* JEAN MARIE, President
of the Compagnie Generale
Transailaniique gave a cocktail
party on board the French Luxury
iner Colombie yesterday evening

Among the invited guests were His
Exeeliency ithe Governor and Mrs
Sevage, Sir Allan and Lady Collymore,

the Hon'ble Lord Bishop, Mr. and Mrs
E. Fieki, Hon'ble and Mrs. E. J
Petrie, Hon'bie and Mrs. R. Challenor,.

Mr. and Mrs. G. H. Adams, Com-
mander H. G. Tippinge, Sir Edward
Cumard, Hon'ble V. G. Gale, Major

Dennis Vaughan, Mr, and Mrs. H. 5

Sainsbury, Mr. and Mrs. T. I. P. Fitz-

gerald, Mr. and Mrs. George Hunte,
Mr. and Mrs. A. RB. Toppin, Dr. and
Mrs. H. G. Cummins, Col. and Mrs

R. T. Michelin, Mr. and Mrs. A. C.
Boyce, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Wilkinson,
Mr. and Mrs. J. R ger, Mr. and .
Mrs. R. B. McKenzie, Dr. and Mrs

A. V. Greaves, Mr
Douglas, Mr DA
and Mrs. A. V ’
B, Conduit, and Mrs. S. H.
Dagleish, Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Bishop,
Mr. and Mrs. J. Niblock, Mr, and
Mra. W. H. Grannum, Mr. and Mrs
Cc. A. L. Gale, Dr. and Mrs, F. N
Grannum, Mr. and Mra. L. B. Collins,
Mr. and ie mY
and Mrs Seale, Mr
J.M 'iitenen, ‘or
Edghil

ent ? segbest.

makes up her

mind "efore the price
goes up?

, !
On Six Months’ Holiday TT" Beet bathe

off the Hastings Rocks are
a: E. rd ra Minister of faced with a problem. With the
a e oebuck Moravian Sea Egg season now well. under-
core and Mrs. New, left yester- way, boys who go out diving sea
ay on the SS. “Golfito” for eggs come in over the reef off
England where they will spend the Hastings Rocks and break
six months’ holiday. sea eggs just where the children
They have been living in the bathe. Most of the tiny tots have
West Indies for the past five years had to stop bathing aA fc oer
during which time Rev. New of getting sea iekles
worked in St. Croix, Tobago and their feet and amt
Trinidad. This is now their first; When the children’s nurses ask
visit back home since then. “the boys to go a little lower down
and break the shells, they receive

mene coming to the West abuse.
ndies, Rev. New spent some time
in the west part of India in con- May Settle Here
nection with the Moravian Work RS, VICTOR LEWIS and her
there. daughter Betty arrived from
During his absence in the St. Lucia by B.W.1.A. on Tuesday
United Kingdom, the work at and are staying with Mrs. Lewis"
Roebuck Street will be conducted’ mother, Mrs. N. F. Hope in St.
by the Rev. D. C. Moore of Sharon Lawrence Gap.
and Rev. A. C. Pilgrim of Mr. Mrs. Lewis’ husband is a Cer-
Tabor. tified Accountant in St. Lucia and
* J is going abroad shortly to study.
Saturday’s Fair Mrs. Lewis will be remaining
here until her husband returns,
O* SATURDAY October 28, the and she told Carib that they will
a ee Convent — hav- probably settle. here.
ing their annual Fair, which col- Wif ahamas aker
lects_funds to provide children of fe Of B on her SP aan
St. Patrick's School in Jemmott’s Britain is Mrs. A. H Pritch.
Lane with a daily meal and help grq/ whose husband is Speaker
—— the running of the of the Bahamas House of Assem-
school, bly. They have both gone over to
cat pateon and the Police woe Son geenie Slee’ Bae.
a their a = ee ard, silver-haired, modest, is of
he tha usual Wh esl oF fn Engl'sh descent—her forefathers
H ¢ of Fortune, jeft the historic city of Bath over
oop-la and try-your-luck stalls. 199 years ago to settle in the
Besides these needlework and Bahamas. Needless to say, her

handicraft work, done by the chil- first visit outside London was t
dren of St. Patrick's during the see her “home town”. “ for

past year will be on sale.
The Tea Garden and. refresh- sin B.W1S.4. Meeting

ment stalls will no doubt doa
roaring trade. Little Junior must Director of Agriculture and

and Mrs
and Mrs. J. H. C.



have his quota of ice cream Mr. Edward Martin Acting Supt.
and- cokes while he visits of Agriculture, Antigua, have
every stall. By the time he gone to Jamaica as Antigua’s

is through his mother who representatives at the Sugar Tech-
will be tired of “trotting” behind nologist Conference. Mr. George
him will be quite ready for a cup Warren Chemist of the Antigua
of tea and cakes. Sugar Factory will also be there.

at



After Six Months
ISS JOAN SMITH, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Smith
of “Melwi’, Hastings, returned
from England yesterday evening
con the French SS. “Colombie”
after spending six months’ holi-
day

BARBADOS ADVOCATE

| Leave Prior To Retirement

EAVING on the S.S. “Golfito”
yesterday for England was

Lt. Col. E. M. V. James, Chief of
Police, St. Lucia. He is now on
leave prior to retirement at the
end ofthe year. :
During his chort stay in Barba-
dos, he was a guest at the Ocean

View Hotel.
Left For Home
ON. V. C. BIRD, M.L.C., of

Antigua who attended the

She told Carib that during her}opening ceremony of the Legisla-

holiday she was able

Miss Smith is attached to the

to visit}tive Council of the new constitu-
Scotland, France and Switzerland.| tion of Trinidad and Tobago,

pas

in Barbados for a en

few days,

staff of the Development and Wel-~| route to Antigua.

fare Orggnisation

Spent Four Months
‘ON. F. C. HUTSON, partner
of the firm of D.M. Simp-

son and Co., and Mrs, Hutson, re-

turned on the §.S. “Colombie”
yesterday from Englang after an
absence of four months on holi-
day.

While in the U.K., they visited
their two children Michael who is
studying engineering at George
Fletcher's in Derby and Philipps
who is doing nursing at St. James’
Hospital.

En Route To Dominica
EV. ATHERTON DIDIER, a
Methodist Minister whose
station has been in Jamaica for
some years, is spending a few days
in Antigua en route to his home
in Dominica where he will stay
with his mother Mrs. Mabe!
D Didier,

‘‘Hurricanewise”’
RS, DELIA MACDONALD i.
the producer of “Weather-
wise,” a comedy in two scenes by
Noel Coward, which ran for three

nights in the main hau
of the Antigua Lawn Ten-
nis Club. It is unfortunate

that seating accommodation wa
limited but the first show wer
off very successfully. Mr. Amc
Morrell deserves credit for hi
clever decorations of scenery
Those taking part are all clu:
members and the proceeds are i
aid of repairs to the club hous
which like everywhere else di
not escape the hurricane. Mis
Wainwright made her appearance
on the stage for the first time a
Lady Warple and was excellent
Mr. Edward, Scott Johnston as
Reggie Whistler an old family
friend was also very outstanding
Others taking part were Essi
Bell, Margaret Foote, Marjorie
Ross, Dalmer Dew, Peter Char-
lott anq Jack Foote all of whorr
did their parts very well. O°
these Essie is the best known 1
Antigua, and when she is takins
part one always has the inclina-
tion to go and see what nex
Essie is up to.

Another name for this comed
and also appropriate for Antigu:
would be “Hurricanewise!”

‘Rodney’ Due On Saturday
HE Lady Rodney is due from
North on Saturday and
leaves the same day for St. Vin-
cent, Grenada, Trinidad and B.G

THE EMPIRE THEATRE

He jeft yesterday afternooré by
B.W.LA,, for Antigua. .

‘it
NTRANSIT on the “Colombdie”
yesterday for Trinidad were
Mr. and Mrs. L. M, Blache-Frase:
and their daughter Carol who had

spent six months’ holiday ir
England.
Mr. Biache-Fraser told Carib

that he had a course of study at
Administrative Staff College, Hen-
ley-on-Thames after which he
went to Scotland and then did a
motor tour of the continent visit-
ing Rome and Paris among other
places.
. >. *
R. BASIL FLEMING, Dep-
uty Director of Civil Avia-
tion, Trinidad was intransit from
Eng and yesterday on the
“Colombie’ for Trinidad. He was
accompanied by Mrs. ix mor
Mr. Fleming spent six morths
in the U.K. on study leave
holiday.

All-Wunnah
Dunspeak
Picto Nuh?





LONDON,
British portrait painter John
Edward Williams claims the

“Tower of Babel has been over-
thrown” by his new international
language—Picto.

Williams said that his new
world language is 90 per cent
readable at sight by all Europeans
He asserted also it is far mo
effective than Esperanto or othér|
predecessors mainly because it can|
be understood with the aid of a
short key by people who have
never seen the language before,

The following examples, sai
Williams, show how easily the new
language can be learned with the

aid of the master keywords:

Longdistano, in unnoinkultur
teritori, vivad un primitiv race.
(Far away, in an unknown land,
there lived a savage race.)

Intismaner vus vivad, no mitno
extasi, add vusez viva bin la viva
de vusez priorpapas. (Thus they
lived, not unhappily, and their
life was the life of their
forefathers.)

Picto, Williams asserted, will
for the first time in history, make
it possible for the nations to com-
municate with each other through
the
without
language.

In “The Readers’ Key to Picto”
are given ‘the 900 words which
form its basis. Ninety per cent of
these are words known to English,
French, German, Spanish, and
Italian; 85 per cent. to Russians
and other Eutopeans, leaving only
100 to 150 which are not under-
standable at sight.

The 900 words are combined] ,
with each other to form the r>-
maining words in the dictionary,

written or printed word!
learning another,



Flowers From Publicity

attee

HORTLY after the French lux-

ury liner “Colombie™ anchor-
ed in Carlisle Bay yesterday even-
ing, Mr. A. C. Boyce, Honorary
Treasurer of.the Barbados Publi-
city Committee, presented eight
baskets of flowers containing ger-
beras, anthurium lilies and orchids
to the wives of many prominent
people who were travelling on the
ship in addition to oné to Captain
Garrigue and the Officers of the
vessel .

Each basket had a tag on it with
“Greetings and Best Wishes from
the Barbados Publicity Commit-
tee and the people of Barbados.”

The ladies who received the
flowers were Mrs. Jean Marie,
wife of the President of Com-

gnie Generale Transatlantique,

rs. J. Ramorony, wife of the
President of the French Merchant
Marine Commission at the French
Parliament, Mrs. Abel Durand,
wife of the President of the
French Merchant Marine Com-
mission at the Republic Council,
Mrs. F. Lachesnez-Heude, wife
of the Director General of the
French Line for the entire Carib-
bean area, Mrs. Lanier, wife of
the Secretary General of the
French Line, Mrs. G. Philipson,
wife of the Prefect of Gaudelouve
and Mrs. C. Laigret, wife of tha
Prefect of Martinique.
Back From U.K.
T. COL. and Mrs. G. Connell
were among the passengers
who arrived from England on the
“Colombie” yesterday.

Lt. Col, Connell left here in
and]July with the Barbados Rifle
team for Bisley and stayed over
with Mrs, Connell for a holiday.



Housewives
Guide

Prices of English potatoes ani

enions when the Advocate

checked yesterday were English

potatoes 12 cents per Ib.

Onions

B.B.C. RADIO
PROGRAMME

THURSDAY, OCTOBER 26, 1950
1.15 p.m, Radio Newsreel; 1.30 p.m
Ray’s a Laugh; 2 p.m, The News; 2.10
p.m. Home News from Britain; 2.15
p.m. Sports Review; 3.30 p.m. Ring up
the Curtain; 3.30 p.m. Round Britain
Quiz; 4 p.m. The News; 4,10 p.m. The
Detly Service; 4.15 p.m. Bligh of -he
Bounty; 445 p.m. The_ Cathedral
aa $ p.m. Listeners’ Choiee; 5.°5)

p.m. Programme Parade; 5.30 p.m. BBC
Variety Orchestra; 6 p.m. Piano Recita’:
6.15 p.m. Merchant Navy Newsletter;
6.30 p.m. Educating Archie with Peter
Brough and Archie Andrews; 7 p.m.
The News; 7.10 p.m. News Analysis;
. We see Britain; 7.45 p.m,
king; 8 p.m. Radio News-
Pom. United Nations

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in such a way that the meaning|)
of each compound is clear from its} }
construction, said Williams. ‘

Williams added:

We are fully Stocked with :m
“There is no need tor another;

PLANT KNIVES
language which takes a lot of}

time to learn. Picto, because it fs! } CUTLASSES

composed of words recognizabie’

by most Europeans, because it is a L.O. SICKLES
HOES (al! sizes)

combination of existing languages 1
is mostly readable at sight by any|

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SE ee RANS.

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European.

“It is translatable by any child
in a matter of minutes and is the
first artificial language to have a
hieroglyphic form. This is com-
posed of about 700 signs based on
pictorial representations and
forms a rapid international short-
hand, because it has one sign for,
each Master-word,.”

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SATURDAY, OCT. 28th, 8.30 p.m.

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MUSICOS

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THURSDAY, OCTOBER 26, 1956



se ]
Loan Bill For |
’
Christ Church
Postponed |
THE House of Assembly began
consideration on Tuesday of a
Bill to authorise the Vestry of
Christ Church to raise a loan not
exceeding £1,950.
of the loan, is to pur-
chase a refuse collector and to
provide 4 garage for it either by

altering am existing building or
erecting .a new building.

The Bill was taken charge of -
Mr. W. W. Reece (BE). The preset

garage he said, was rather near
to the sea and it was thought it
would be more advisable to re-
move it from its present site than
extend it where it was. On the
other hand it might be considered
Necessary to erect a new one.

Mr. R. G. Mapp (L) questioned
the alternative proposals “altering
‘or “erecting” and said it did not
seem right to him.

Mr, Adams (L) said that he
had Never seen any paper drafted
that: way and suggested to the
représenvatives of Christ Church
to tdlephone and find out which
of the two alternatives the Vestry
really wanted,

It was vhe duty of the Legis-
Jature to see that the ratepayers
were protected against any hur-
ried action of vesirymen he said.
Estimates and more facts should
also be produced.

The Bill was now in Committee
stage with Clause 1, the title
clause having been passed.

‘Tt was Cleuse 2, the House was
dealing with and after some)
further discussion Mr. Reece
begged to report progress with

Jeave to sit again. Further _con-
sideration was _ accordingly
postponed,



Fogarty’s 5 nen

New Store In B.G. |

GEORGETOWN, B.G., Oct. 23.

Thousands of people abhiaa\
William ,Fogarty’s retail
throughout shopping hours today
as the doors of the new $500,000
store were thrown open to busi-
ness for the first. time:

The building, in which 375

tons of steel reinforcement and
50,000 bags of cement were used,
replaces that destroyed in the
great fire of 1945 which cut a
wide swath in the heart of com-

mercial Georgetown B.G, |

Since the Roya] Bank of Canada
this is the first building restored,
but several other fireproof struc-
tures including the new general
post office, the Royal Agricultural
and Commercial Societies, Book-
er’s Drug stores and head offices
and Sand’ Bach Parker and Co.,

Ltd.,“are well underway.
Fogarty’s, is two storeyed for
the «most “part with a_ three
storey block at the centre and
provision for a complete third

storey. if need be, —€CP)



‘RUSSIANS SEIZE

BRITISH TRAWLER

LONDON, Oct. 23,
The owners of the British:
trawler “Hugh Walpole” have
received a radio message saying
it had been arrested by a Russian
eek in the White Sea fishing

‘ounds.
onthe 408-ton “Hugh Walpole’
is a Hull Taare owned by the
Newington Steam Trawling Com

pany.

Last month tne Russians
arrested the Hull trawler “Swan-
ella” also in the White Sea. She
was detained for five days and

then released.
Another Hull trawler was
believed to have witnessed 6

“Hugh Walpole’s” arrest last
Saturday. he detained boat
carries a crew of 21.

—Reuter.







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STOWAWAYS
FINED

PHILBERT HINDS of Dayrells/

Road, Henry Hunte of Nelson!
Street, and Eric Griffith of Bagle
Hall, St. Michael all pleaded guilty

of stowing away on the SS.
“Oranjestad” on October 20,
when they appeared before His
Worship Mr. E, A. MeLeod
on Tuesday.

Hunte and Griffith were both

ordered to pay a fine of £5 or four
weeks’ imprisonment arid Hincs

who had a previous conviction
was fined £10.
In loeking up Hinds’ record

Seibert Waldron. _: of the
;" a ene
Hinds was convicted. and SP wg 2}
by His Worship Mr. H. A. Talma
= ava away on the =
“Specia on September
Hinds appealed and the ane

was confirmed on M in the
Court of Appeal. ie
Another man — 26-year-old

Theophilus Agard of Eagle Hall

—was fined £5 for attempting to

stow away on
“Emeline,”

the
on Tuesday.

Schooner

_ PC. 437 Ju ius Foniellio in giv-
ing evidence ior the prosecution

Said that he went on board the
“Emeline” to clear her, and
found Agare seereted on the

ship. He asked him how he got
there and he did not reply. He
then arrested him.

Hilary Clarke, master of the
“Emeline” said he did not give
Agard permission to board the
ship.

In his defence Agard told Mr.
McLeod that he tried to stowaway
because “I wanted to see British
Guiana.”

Sgt. Garner
police.

World Talks Oil

GENEVA, Oct. 24

Workers, employers ‘and Gov-
emmment experts of 14 major oil
| producing countries will meet here
to-day to begin the third session
of the International Labour Or-
ganisation’s Petroleum Committee.

Countries attending are: Argen-
tina, Burma, Canada, Colombia,
Egypt, Iraq, Mexico, Netherlands.
eru, the United Kingdom,
United States and Venezuela.

The session will consider a re-
port on social conditions in the
petroleum industry and action





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10 Ton Bell Rings
round The Wor.

BERLIN, Oct. 24.
General Lueius D. Clay former
American Military Governor in

Germany said here today that| ower replied:

the greatest task of people of a
free world was
of!|free mations and free men
living and working together
peace.”

Chairman of
crusade for freedom before
throwing a switch at noon that
rang a great bronze freedom bell

in the tower of West Berlin’s
city hall.
The 10 ton bell paid for by

millions of Americans and cast
at Croydon, London’s most bomb-
ed suburb was dedicated today
to mark the fifth anniversary of

prosecuted for the| the United Nations and to sound

a rallying peal of freedom to
iron curtain countries.

Radio carried the bell’s first

deep resonant note around the
world.

General Clay dedicated the
bell “as aq signal of honour to

those who have given their lives
in the cause of freedom.”

He asked all those who heard
the bell’s first “message of free-
dom and faith” to “rededicate
and join together if this cause.”

—Reuter.





the! JAPAN HOPES TO JOIN

UNITED NATIONS.
Prime Minister Siehigent Woah! -

taken by various Governments to} da sdid today Japan hoped she

improve them since the last meet-
ing of the Committee in 1948.
—Reuter.



£ WILL SOON BE
REVALUED

(From Our Own Correspondent)

PORT-OF-SPAIN, Oct, 19.

éid., Port-of-Spain told the Press

pwesterday shortly after he
returned to Trinidad, that the
general impression among busi-

hessmen and fimanciers he had}
met in New York, is that the
Pound would soon be revalued,
He stated that there was great

anxiety in Cariada and the United |
States among businéssmen who
would very much like te. do busi-
ness with the West Indies on a
big scale,



New Playground

THE St. Christopher’s Girls’
School will soon have a hew
playground.

The House of Assembly on

Tuesday passed a resolution for

$377 for the purchésing of 16,335

square feet of land for -the pur-
pose and to meet certain expenses
in connection with the purchase.

Mr. Adams (L) took charge of

the Reso'ution.
Mr. Goddard (E)
ithe Government in

ernment had arrived = at

estimates that a sum of money

schools,

AND
LIKE



Leslié Burr, Director of e Press|

commended
taking the
step. He supposed that the Gov-
the
decision through a suggestion of
his during the passing of the

should br put aside for all the



BE HEALTHY

might be admitted as a member
of the Unived Nations. He made
this statement in an_ address
which was reac for him by proxy
at a U.N. day meeting sponsored
by the United Nations Assoc ation
| cf Japan,

The address said:
| “Japan earnestly desires that ¢
| peace treaty be concluded at
lihe earliest date and that Japan
nay be admitted into vhe Com-~
munity of peace-loving nations of
the world and eventually become
a member of the United Nations.”

The Prime Minister e ted in
particular President — Truman’s
recent references to a Japatiese
peace treaty following his Wake
oo meeting with General Mac
| 4

Bie the outbreak of armed
cénflitt in Korea, the any had
been interested ‘in. the hited
Nations in a growing degree,”
Yoshida said.—Reuter.







Potatoes, Cheese Come

OVER 2,200 crates and
bales of potatoes along with 341
bags,

freighter “Hera’’,
The “Hera” has
from Amsterdam and Hamburg.
Included in the
peanut

rants, sultanas,

meats, malted

serves, tolled oats, barley, froze:

fish, cognac and olive oil.
Christmas tree decorations and

toys alse

arrived.



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100

300 crates of onions an‘l
200 cases of cheese arrived in the
island yesterday by the Dutch

brought for
Barbados over 300 tons of cargo

cargo. were
supplies of port wine, beer, cur-
butter,
peariuts, arichavy filets, mush-
rooms, yeast, hams in tins, canned
milk, meat pre-

BARBADOS ADVOCATE

Germans Will Never
Harm France
—EISENHOWER

CHICAGO, Oct. 24
General Dwight D, Eisenhower,
Allied wartime Supreme Com-
mander in Europe said here that
the United States would never
re-arm Germans sufficiently to

make them a serious threat to
France.
Asked at a press conference

yesterday whether he thought West
Germany should be allowed to
re-arm, the General replied
“Traditionally Japan and Germany
have been balancing powers. So
if we could get West Germany
into our camp it would be a tre-
mendous swing in our favour,

“However we would never go to
the extent that they would be 4
serious threat to France. I persoh-
ally would like to get them (West
Germans) into our camp, but there
would have to be certain re-
strictions.”

about reports that he}

was to become Atlantic Pact Com-
mander in Chief, General Eisen-
ot true.”

Would he accept such an as~-

“to build a world] Signment?

The General, now President of

at} Columbia University said he was

still on active service, It would

He was speaking as National] not be a question of being asked
the American} but being ordered,

“If anyone ever) suggests that |
have a duty I will) not duck it” he
added. “I haven't refused any-

thing yet.”
—Reuter.
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Only Dentist In
Virgin Isles Dies
(From Our Own Correspondent)
ANTIGUA.
For years the late F. C. Ward
was the only dentist in the Virgin
Islands. Hé was a Scotsman and
he died at Roadtdwn last month
His home was gi Beef. Island,
the lands of which he imherit-
ed for his life. Most ef this land
now ann gems Hee emmens Saeee jee neee to the Merchant Marine



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C. Gordon, Sch. Gyril B. Smit, 1
Zita Wonita, Sch. Burma D. Seh rel
dene, Sch. Mary EB. Caroline,
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ARRIVALS

S.S. Golfito, 4505 tons net, Ce
Sapeworth, from Trinidad
S.S. Aleoa Pegasus, 3.901 tore t, |
Capt. Morgan, from British Guiana
Schooher Timothy A H. Vanslu
poan, 96 tons net, Capt Stell, fr

British Guiana
DEPARTURES




S.5. Golfito, 4,505 tons net, Capt

| sa swerth, for Southampton

assan ee rs leaving Barbados
} Setithampton by the “Golfite” yesterd
were :

L. BE. Bury W. M. Cloke, Mr
Evans and Infant, Master RJ
Evans, Miss FE. C Bvar Mr mad Mi
Arnol@ 7 Fox, Mr 7 B. Fath
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Thursday, October 26, 1950



ROAD SAFETY

THE example set in the neighbouring
island of Trinidad during the week is well
worth emulating in Barbados. Road Safety
Week began on Monday and the Education
Department is co-operating with the Gov-
ernment and the Mobile Cinema Unit will
be showing films at Schools throughout the
island.

It was pointed out in this newspaper
yesterday that a mew and dangerous prac-
tice was being indulged in by youngsters
who travel on skates along the busy
thoroughfares. And this to the discomfi-
ture of all users of the road.

It is easy to find youngsters with all the
verve and energy which is part of youth-
ful vigour taking: pride in eluding the
faster vehicle. There is the grave possi-
bility that an error of judgment on the
part of s@me youngster might involve
others who took no part in the escapade
but who might suffer injury or even loss of
life.

The remedy as was pointed out yester-
day is to educate the young to the stand-
ard of conduct which they must observe on
the public highway. No more effective
agency can be found than the Cinema.
If schools can provide time laudably for
children to see “Hamlet,” there can be no
obstacle to allowing time for films on road
safety.

Safety on the roads is a matter of life
and death to many people who are com-
pelled to use them in one way or another.
The Education Department could carry
‘out, most effectively, a programme which
would instil into the minds of children
their duty on the roads.

The films now being shown in Trinidad
can be brought to Barbados and the public
and Government Cinema projectors can do
the rest.

TRAFFIC BLOCK

THE new traffic regulations are not
without their difficulties. Among these is
that of the motorist who is compelled to
stop at the studs dividing the major from
the minor roads and at the same time to be
able to see sufficiently far on both sides
of the corner as to decide whether to start
again or not.

In those cases where the roads are at
right angles or nearly so, it is easy to look
at both sides without difficulty; but in
those instances where one building or wall
out of alignment, juts out on the major
road farther than the other side the motorist
must stop first at the studs and then creep
on a few feet farther to see whether there
is any on-coming traffic on the other side.
By the time he will have been able to see
clearly on both sides he has crossed the
line of studs and is liable for prosecution,
if involved in an accident. It is expected
that the Police would use their discretion
in such matters and would not lodge prose-
cutions against people who are confronted
with the difficulty.

‘The remedy, however, is for the Com-
missioner of Police and the Director of
Transport to decide whether or not it
would be better to put the line of studs,
not merely at the corner, but at that point
where the motorist entering the major
road can with adequate ease see on both
sides of the corner.

It is not intended that laws or regula-
tions shall be enacted in order to create
criminals or even to create difficulties for
members of the public. If these regula-
tions are not capable of easy observance
they bring an unhealthy contempt for law.





BARBADOS

As You Leck Through The Bomb-Torn Churchill Arch

A Gleam Of The Sun Catches
The New House

William Barkley looks around my NEW

It is too good for them! That hope the woodwork of the cham-
was the first impression on see- ber will be a monument to me
ing the new Commons chamber 500 years hence.” Back yester-
completely finished. Some M.P.s day on the floor of the House I
sitting about on the green bench- told this to Sir Giles. He led
es, looking much more suppressed me up a gangway and opened the
and overwhelmed than normal, door leading to the division lob-
were inclined to agree. by, which is twice as broad as

It is like an immense tithe barn it was in the old chamber and
in oak, or the nave of a chapel should, therefore be ample for
nave being Latin for ship. It bathchairs, M.P.s on _ crutches,
might be an upturned old heart and even, if need be, motor am-

ADVOCATE

LET ec AIRS seer

_ SEAWELL

Old And New

THE old runway at Seawell, which has

WORKSHOP been in operation for the past seven years
: without a serious accident or major repairs,
eo. goed er “a is now completely closed to air traffic.

deserves more than the M.P.s
except the Press.”

For the first time in_ history
the new chamber provides seats
in the Press gallery for Empire
and foreign journalists. That
decision changes the Press gallery
from a U.Kpreserve to a world-
wide organisation.

In rem i

Since it was cut nine days ago, work has
been going on day and night on the inter-
section, to speed up the completion of the
new runway.

When it is completed, Seawell will be
classed as a C1 type airport. The classification





Empire.

of oak, with stout ship’s timbe’s bulances.

elegantly curving from the walls
to support the bottom, which is
the ceiling.

A long time will pass before
M.P.s’ eyes stop roving round on
loveliness to concentrate on their
order papers. Speeches should be
much more beautiful until the
novelty wears off.

Ship’s master architect is Sir
Giles Gilbert Scott, on whom
genius sits lightly and who,
among other kinds of genius, has
the capacity for taking infinite
pains.

Subtle...
_ The unity of this chamber is
its great feature, achieved by

Sir Giles fingered the joints of
the door with a loving touch
“You can hardly detect them.”

“I said: “Vardy told me two
dowels were enough so he always
uses eight ”

This is the sort of p'9e, this
Is a tribute to individua bril-
liance and personal integrity, a
working place worthy of is pur-
pose and of immense prestige.
value to the nation

0

“Prestige value,” was Sir Giles’s
phrase. said: has
made any money out of this. For
instance, the General Electric
Company spent thousands of
pounds searching t*e country for

being put on the old institution
in these overseas parts.

To meet the reporters’ needs
the architect has designed a
dining-room for 80 at a time,
approached by a bar 4ift. long.
When you arrive at this bar you
could have a cup of tea, move
along for an ice cream |jater, and
reach the hard liquor at night
without leaving the room, ana
all the time advancing steadily
in a straight line. ;

The cashier is enthroned in an
oak boudoir with vases of flowers
at either side, so that it is 6
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of aetodromes is based on two principal
characteristics, the basic length and the load
bearing capacity of the runway. The class
of an aerodrome is denoted by a capital let-
ter indicating the basic length of the runway
followed by a numerical index, indicating its
load bearing capacity, An “A” class runway
must not be less than 8,400 feet. A “B”
class runway must not be less than 7,000
feet and a “C” not less than 5,900, etc.

The new runway at Seawell is 6,000 feet
ond has a load bearing of 100,000 pounds
which makes its numerical index 1.

many subtle means, One is that one special glass for the -e'ling.
the floral scrolls in oak at eye It is rather like cathedra! ~'»ss.
level are on a finger scale than We looked up where ¢'r tric
those ten or 20 feet up, And when light streamed through thé glass
the glance reaches the roof, the ceiling, which is an oblong centre
scrolls there are bold and sweep- supported by the great wall
ing so that everything carved beams. “Watch,” he said and
falls unnoticeably into perspec- switched off the lights.
tive. At once the glass turned brown,
“Every bit of moulding and and the chamber was lighted now
carving from the roof to the ink- by daylight alone through the
stands was first drawn by me by lofty windows. ‘
hand to size,” Sir Giles told me. , “I thought, when artificial light
I had heard this incredible is not needed through the day, it
story some time ago from his Was a pity to have the oak effect
brother Adrian, who had shown broken up by a white glass ceil-
me a piece of this pencil-work ing. It is certainly remarkable
when I accompanied him round 8!@8s Which turns brown when the
Green and Vardy’s of Islington, White light goes out. The Minis-
where the carving and joinery try of Works said it could not be
vere done done and there it is.”
‘ The oak itself is something

Digni
Advan Scott then showed the hee cet on hans. Ht

the design for the conference ‘You take a great trunk and cut
‘able in the Prime Minister’s it in quarters from top to bottom.
room. The tab‘e top has inlays You turn these pieces round and
of different woods from each Do- quarter them again and so on. The
minion and Colony in the Empire. result is not just ordinary planks
53 in all. The positioning and with the usual oak grain, but tim-
graining of every piece of in- ber with beautiful broad grain-

pleasure to

















The M.P.s who have seen
the reporters’ dining-room say_it
is far too good for you,” said Sir
“They wish their
dining place had been knocked
down so that they could have had
a new one.” The bomb which
fell nine years ago : aaakrerds the
chamber and the gallery .

There are suites of writing-
rooms, a lounge, and a fine new
library in the Press gallery.

I can Spread

In this transformation the
Daily Express direct telephone to
the office, formerly two yards
from the gallery door of the
chamber, is now ten yards away.
Not much to suffer for progress.

The telephone box although
just the same size, is twice as
roomy. How's that?

“Make the folding doors of
the telephone-box open outwards
and you have a little office
inside,” said Sir Giles.

The Post Cffice replied that its
doors always opened inwards.
However, Sir Giles got his way.

G.E.C., Airfield lights are being installed
on the new runway. It is a miniature
of the lighting system at both Croydon
and London Airports. These lights which
will be used for night flying, are controlled
by six small switches in the Control Tower.
There are one hundred lights in all and they
are of various cclours.

At the approach to the runway, ie. three
thousand feet before the runway proper,
there are fifteen red lights. The beginning
of the runway is marked by green lights
across the threshold. For the first two
thousand feet the lights along the edges of
the runway are yellow, changing to white
for the second two thousand feet. The final
two thousand feet they are again yellow. The
end of the runway like the beginning is
marked by green lights ‘across its width.

lay on the table was_ pencilled
in on the design by Sir Giles’s
hand. ’

Adrian Scott jocularly said to
Vardy, the head of the firm:

“Your joints had better not
open,

Vardy, with the dignity of the
o'd craftsman, retorted:

“Vard’s joints never open. I

That was expensive, too. To
get runs in oak 20 feet without a
knot Messrs John Ashworth, the
Shropshire merchants, would, if
necessary, buy a whole wood to
secure just one special tree for
this job.

Mr. Richard Stokes, the Min-
ister of Works, said at a Press
reception in the new gallery



and that is going to be not the
least of the things for which we
shall remember him.

For the first time in all these
years I have room to spread out
my notebook in a gallery tele-
phone-box. Which is the way
you look at even important archi-
tecture, if that is where you do
your work.

—L.E.S.



Mien Rushing To Buy
Six Suits At Once

Housewives, too, join ‘in the big West End rush for wollen goods.

A survey of 12 leading London
stores reveals soaring sales of
women’s and men’s outerwear,
wool underclothing, blankets, car-
pets, woolen furnishing materials,
utility furs and knitting wools,.

It is the male shopper who is
leading the rush, scared by stories
of woollen suits rising to £50 and
the possible shortage of good
utility clothes.

Ever since increases in raw wool
prices were announced and it be-
came clear that the cost of many
woollen articles would rise, stoves
have reported increased sales and
more customers.

Off The Peg

One large store, catering for
both men and women, reports
more male customers than women
through its doors during the last
weeks. Men’s suits are selling
three times as many as normally,
men who usually buy one suit
are buying two, in some cases
four, and many customers are or-
dering six or Seven at a time in-
stead of their usual one a season,
There is a tendency, too, for the
former made-to-measure customer
to stock up with several good
quality ready-to-wear suits off the

Nien's overcoats are selling in
three times their normal numbers.
Supplies of gaberdine raincoats and
West of England dual-purpose
coats cannot meet the demand.

Many men who do not need new
suits at present are laying in
stocks of suit lengths, particularly
medium-weight worsteds and
suitings at £4—£7 a yard.

“We've never been so busy in
the whole history of the store,”
reports one women’s coat buyer.
The demand for top utility coats
is enormous and coats from well-
known. houses are cleared almost
as soon as they are put on the
stands. Many women now buy

By EILEEN ASCROFT

two coats instead of one,
expensive model and a utility.
Second demand from women
is for woollen underwear. Best
quality vests and panties are
‘supplied on small quotas, and
most stores have not been able
to meet a quarter, of the demand.
Buyer of a Bond Street
lingerie department reports an
enormous sale of housecoats in
pure wool, and says many
shoppers tend to buy whole
trousseaux these’ days instead of
one .item only. In the gown
department of the same _ store
women are ordering as many as

an

Bix wool dresses at a_ time,
oblivious of future fashion
changes .

Blankets Boom

So big has been the demand
for wool coats, costumes and
frocks in one shop that supplies
have become a serious problem.
“Difficulty these deys the buyer
told me, is not to get customers
but merchandise”.

\Blankets are household top-
sellers. A check on three of the
biggest blanket departments in
tthe West End reveals doubled
pales and barely enough utility
to meet demand.
| Women know that when
present stocks are exhausted
prices are bound to rise, and
unless the Board of Trade raises
the ceiling prices, stocks may
become very scarce, as many
manufacturers will not be able
to produce within those prices
and pay the enormously increased
price for raw wool.

I asked three women in the
blanket section of an Oxford
Street store why they were buy-
ing. The first said she was buy-~
ing routine replacements; the
second; “My husband says pure
wool will disappear at reasonable
prices,”

Teally need: them, but you never

and the third: “I don’t |

know. When the last war startea
I had no stocks of anything”.

Fur ‘Coats, Too

The buyer of another store told
me they had had to institute an
unofficial rationing scheme for
blankets to prevent large buying
up of utility for later resale. The
same store reports very early
Christmas buying of toys, caused
by fear of rising prices, and big
sales of baby’s wool layettes and
prams: due to possible future
shortage of wool and metals.

Utility fur coats have never
been in such demand. Women
know that prices will shoot up
after present stocks are exhausted
by as much as 40 per cent.

One of the biggest fur stores
in London has managed to meet
demands to date, but they hope
it will ease soon, as future sup-
plies are uncertain. The manag-
ing director told me to-day that
he prepired normal stock to last
the whule winter, but when the
rush started it was cleared in
10 days, Chief request is for
hard-wearing full-length coats.

— And Carpets

From the Strand come reports
of a large increase in the of
carpets. People who have post-
poned renewals since the war are
hurrying to buy them now. And
a Knightsbridge store comments
that customers are laying in
stocks of knitting wools,

Buyers on the whole are not
worried by this rush of public
buying. After last year’s warm
winter and a bad, wet summer,
‘they are glad to see business

brisk again. Supplies are their
biggest headache, but at present
they are able to meet most
demands. And they all agree
thet money shortage is an
important brake on panic
hoarding. j

World Copywright Reserved.
—LES.













Lights along the taxi way and around the
parking apron are blue.

Trans Canada Airlines, which operates a
weekly service here will no longer be able
to land at Seawell until the new runway is
completed. T.C.A. planes will instead,
terminate their schedule at Piarco Airport,
Trinidad and passengers fo: Barbados will
be flown over in B.W.LA.’s Lockheed Lode-
star ’planes. It is understood, that T.C.A. will
be increasing their nammber of scheduled
flights to Barbados as soon as the new run-
way is finished.

B.W.I. Airways” pilots, who have been
using the completed portion of the new run-
way, which has been in operation since
October 16, say that it is satisfactory from
every point of view, and that its completion
will make flying still safer into Barbados.

Capt. F. W. “Junior” Farfan, the pilot who
landed the first B.W.I.A. ’plane on the
completed portion of the new runway, told

met pilots using the airport halfway.

Aerodrome Control, which is required by
International Civil Aviation Organisation
for each international aerodrome has been
instituted by him, and speaking for all of
the pilots, Capt. Farfan said they greatly
appreciated the extra hours of “Flight
Watch” that has been provided so often on
the V.ELF., (very high frequency) band
whenever there was interference on_ the
route frequencies, or whenever the weathe:
was bad,

Pilots are sure that instructions and advice
which they receive from the Seawell tower
are accurately and conscientiously given by
someone with experience, and they also ex-
pressed the co-operation and high sense of
duty that has been shown them by Squadron
Leader Henderson. Before his appointment
Capt. Farfan added, pilots got landing in-
structions from the Radio Station at the
airport. Capt. Farfan said that he had
written the manager a personal letter to this
effect,



the Advocate, that the airport manager, | ¥
Squadron Leader Henderson, has more than|%

OUR READERS SAY:

Elections

To the Editor, The Advocate—

SIR,—I have just arrived from
Trinidad where I had the experi-
ence of my life during the cam-
paign for the election of 18 mem-

rs of the Trinidad Legislature
under the new constitution, Can-
didates were vilified by candi-
dates, personal abuse was thrown
at them, their wives and even
their children did not escape the
wicked tongue of the would-be
legislator. Stones, rotten eggs,
tins, etc. were even indiscreetly
distributed for as a total stranger
to that island, my coat still bears

the mark of an egg which I re-
ceived on one occasion. It hap-
pre one Sunday evening while
was listening to an address by
one of the candidates,—-there were
three meetings held in that vicin-
ity im close proximity to each
other—I heard some of the worst
things that could escape from hu-
man lips being spoken of a can-
didate and his family, then came
two steel bands, rocks, rotten
eggs, tins and bottles. it was too
much for me so “I made height”.
A very novel experience I enjoyed
was a lady speaker who I under-
stood was the wife of one of the
candidates (by the way, he got
in): she was very impressive and

eloquent. On election day things
were done in an orderly manner.
Although the rum shops were

closed, the boys still had a few
bottles very well, which I helped
to enjoy.

Although we have some heavy
words between candidates in our
little island of Barbados, yet, | am
sure we could never descend to
the level of things as I saw them
in Trinidad. Next year will be
elections in Barbados. Every citi-
zen should show interest in the
affairs of his island and come and
vote, Personal contact between
candidate and elector should be
better than it is at present. The
canvasser should be an influential
person who mixes regularly with
all classes, not for election time
only, and should never be afraid
to stand up in public and make
a speech for his man.

I stood in Trinidad and read
your fine article and advice to the
Government to make proper and
convenient arrangements for the
registration of the people which I
hope will be accepted.

OLD VOTER.

Disappointment

To the Editor, The Advocate,
SIR,—“Great minds think great,
and small minds think small!’
This is an old, but true saying.
I join with your excellent lead-
ing article in a recent issue of
your newspaper in condemning the
action of a certain section of the
people of St. Kitts in the sort of

Yveception they gave Governor

Blackburne on his visit to that
island. Happily al right thinking
and self-respecting West Indians
strongly protest against such re-
grettable conduct. I am sure that.
Barbadians of all classes and
creeds would dissociate them-
selves from this unseemly be-
haviour to anyone furthermore
His Majesty’s Representative.
Such action by irresponsible peo~
ple cannot do West Indians nor
any cause—-however legitimate it
might .be — anything but harm

Every man deserves a chance
to make good and wrong things
will be made right in due course.
It only requires time and pa-
tience. Then why not give Gov-
ernor Blackburne a chance. St.
Kitts, I must register my disap-
pointment in you!

GOOD CONDUCT.

Pedantry

To the Editor, The Advocate,

SIR,—It is sheer pedantry on
the part of anyone to compare
the school child in the elemen-
tary schools in Barbados with
his counterpart in England.

Firstly, there is compulsory
education in England while in
Barbados, the child comes to

school when he likes; and any-
one who has been associated with
teaching in Barbados will testify
to the fact that our baekwards

children are for the most part
those whose attendances at school
are very poor indeed.

Secondly, the schools in Eng-

land are far better equipped thant!
these in Barbados. To each school,
there is a library and children
make the most use of the books
placed at their disposal. Not on-
ly are books provided for the
English chitd but magazines of
every description are found in
the I brary. Some of our children
in Barbados hardly ever see the
“Advocate”.

Lastly, and by no means least,
many of our cuildren are
still sadly under-nourished, and
as a result, they find it difficult
to concentrate on even interesting
matter, Believe it or not, chil-
dren in England are very much:
more nourished and looked after
than these in Barbados,

“PUER”

Korea

To the Editor, The Advocate, *

SIR,—The fighting in Korea
seems to become more fierce ani
cruel, and the devastation oi
course, more severe, to judge by
Reuter’s cables published in
last Friday’s paper. I quote
some of the distressing phrases
used: “grim street fighting with
suicide squads; American troops
moving into the city (Pyongyang)
under Sniper fire and in the face
of heavy machine gfin defence
from behind barricades; killing
North Koreans in bloody skir-
mishing in the city’s narrow
streets; thea wooden houses
crackling and burning,” and so
on, Then too there were the

reports of American and South
Korean prisoners left to starve
and die in a railroad train in a
tunnel, and the bodies of those
shot lying by the way.

It is deplorable beyond words
that this wholesale killing and
destruction should continue when
so many thousands on both sides
have been sacrificed and almost
the whole of Korea more or less
ruined, Would it not have been
possible, as well as vastly desir-
able, for the United Nations tc
call a halt when wel] over the
“38th parallel” with victory well
assured, and for their Commander
to try and get in touch with the
Generalissimo of North Korea
and its politica] Head and per-
suade them to cease fire in view
of the evident failure of their
exploit and the hopelessness of
their positioh? An attempt at
“appeasement” after victory is a
very different thing from cring-
ing before a preparing aggressor
swollen with pride and glob?!
ambition and regardless of human
rights or ings.

I do not forget that Genera‘
McArthur broadcast a call to
cease fighting and surrender, or
“take the consequences,” when
the fortunes of the campaign
changed but submission to such
a peremptory summons is hard
when passions are hot and fresh.

Time and talk are needed.

I think especially of the sacri-
fice of so many brave and
precious young fellows in tbe

United Nations forces, killed,
wounded, and missing, we are
told, and we do not yet know
how many of our own British
and Commonwealth young heroes |
or other helpers, why shoulc
such slaughter be permitted or
endured, not to speak of the
expenditure of vast. stores of
equipment and material supplies’
It was natural and highly prope:
for President Truman, in hi
broadeast from San Francisco to
speak proudly of the bravery
and successes of his nation’s
fighters, but that does not brin;
back the dead to life again anc
restore them to their mothers or
wives and homes,

It was vital of course to face
up to the North Korean brutes
and beat them, but the method
was too costly and tragic to the
United Nations. Our young mer
are too precious and dear to us
I suggest that when the Security
Council called on the North
Koreans at the start to cease
their attack and return behind
‘heir own frontier it would have
been vastly better to fix a time
for such retirement and promise
them a couple of atomic bombs

if they refused. Surely that is
what the bombs should be ir
hand for, to prevent aggression

and breaches of internationa’

order, or promptly and decisivel

punish those who begin such

primitive and cruel enterprise
F.G

1950,



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Mysterious
Stene Throwing
Draws Crowd

LARGE CROWD |
over the island gathered ai}
Goodland yesterday irom abcu:}
11.00 am. to see the mysteriou |
stone throwing which is reportec |
to have been going om for the past
four or five days. |
It is alleged that these stone
are directed at the house of George
Webster. A resident of the qis-
trict told the Advovate yesterday
that it takes place especially at
mid-day and 6.00 p.m. r.
By the time the pell at St.
Leonard’s Boys” School hag rung
for the luncheon hour a_ large
crowd were already in front of
Webster’s house. This was in-
creased by a large number of
small beys who were more inter-
ested in mysterious stones than in
their lunch.



*From mid-day until about 1
p.m. nearly. every one kept his
eyes on Weobster’s house but noth-
ing happened. During this period
some of the crowd were scared
by a sudden peal of thunder. After
one o'clock the majority gradually
went away.

A fruit vendor; who was offer-
ing golden apples and bananas
for sale, did g good trade with
the crowd. Some of the cycles on
the spot showed registration
marks of St. Lucy and St. George.

EMBERS of the Y.M.C.A., are Producer

making the best possible use

of their temporary quarters for
indoor games at Union Lodge.
Nearly all the trees and grass have us oO

already been cleared from the
Jands of ‘“Wakeiield,’ Pinfold

Street, which will be the new =
Headquarters of the “Y’’, e eins
The old Y.M.C.A., was bought

by Chelsea Garage ang they are Mr
converting the building into ; [
garage and service station while
a parking area will be at the
back.

THIS PICTURE shows a tennis lawn at Westbur
366 girls on the roll.

an Infant School. It can accommodate $20.



recently been renovated
CHARLES THOMAS, of| Works Department..
the British Drama League, who , ————————- ——
arrived in Barbados on October
13° as guest lecturer of the British

Council, spoke to an audience at
s 7 : } a resterdav - ” 3
Labourers were busy yesterday] «wakeseld

ib s on Tuesday evening
knocking down the wall that sur- on “Play Production”.
|

T’dad’s New
Constitution
Has Good Chance
—SIR GEORGE SEEL

SIR GEORGE SEEL, Head of
the Colonial Development and
Welfare Organisation in the West
Indies, told the Advocate yester-
day that he feels that Trinidad
with its new Constitution has full
opportunity to settle its own in-

rounded the old “wr. The blind He concentrated on the actual
corner at Pinfold Street will belfunctions of the producer and
removed when this is done, outlined his duties, particularly

HE BARBADOS TURF CLUB | Strcssing the importance of the
was yesterday selling Series ety work which a pro-
BB of the 2/- Sweep for the No- | ducer would need to put in before
vember meeting. The amount ot | Starting on rehearsals. F
first’ Prize money so far is He spoke also about the duties
$20,944.00 and it is expected that! Of the other officers apart from
Series FF will be sold‘before the} the producer, such as the stage-
first race day. The Club is at pres-!â„¢anager, the designer and the
ent selling one Series ahead of, @lectrician. All these, he said,
this time last year. apn ce with the pro-
ducer in the early stages before
HIRTEEN NURSES of the|/the play goes to rehearsals at all
2 General Hospital passed their} He said that casting should be
Final State examinations: They jentirely in the hands of the pro-
are: R, Alleyne, A, Alleyne, V.|ducer, rather than a committe«
Bryant, G. Tudor, O. Taylor, M.| and that brought him to the sub-
Bentham, O. Worrell, E. McLeod,| ject of rehearsals. “In my view
e + pg! M. ee sae Mr. Thomas said,” the relation-
- Ramsay, anc ‘ assiah. s} } , ( ee é is
Those passing the Prelintnary Teoh ound the ahr ‘oa ne
State examinations were: H. Hor- a 1e as that f the ¢ a até - to
ton, C. Collymore, B. Yarde, C. t} a vii ‘otra a a ae ee
Gibbons, V. Griffith, J. Headley Mt. | Pre
areenidge, D. Waltress, B. Edey,/
(
|
!

can say now that Great Britain
is unwilling to -hand over to
Colonial people the control ot
their own affairs.

Sir George who attended the

lative Council saiq he had bee:
particularly glad to be present
because when he “was
Colonial Office he had be
jinterested in the negotiations





L. Gittens, J. Roberts, I. Welch, No Bullying

c Bennett, and S. Osbourne. He must be clear about what|"°¥ Constitution,
HE MOBILE CINEMA will!he wants and he must always He had been
give a show at Indian Ground; remain in command; but he must, ~ impressed with
School pasture, St. Peter, at 7.30!/:t the same time, remember that the opening cere-
o’clock tonight. y ‘ |he is dealing with sensitive human mony, Sir.George
ebm POLICE BAND will play! beings from whom he will get no said "He thou cial
for a Charity Concert at St.| artistic results by bullying. that th eat
Luke's Boys’ School, St. George, at | He must hold the reins, as it are a me
8 o'clock tonight. jwere, all the time, but he must day's proceedings
ECIL JEMMOTT of Grenwich,| not aways hold them taut. He 2 of the Legisla-
St. James, reported to the; must recognise those moments MS Council had
Police that a typewriter, valued} when he can slacken his grip. been very weil
$75, was removed from his mo-| Above all he must see to it that planned ang very
tor car S—194 while it was park-| he brings out the best in his well carried ut
ed at Trafalgar Square on Mon-! players. and that they
day, | Rather than imposing his own i were a fitting
UBERT HUTSON of Con-| personality on them, he should, Start to a new
stitution Road reported that|in every way, encourage them to Sir George Seel constitutional de-
Sate on of clothing valued | use thei ove yee crs. 4 velopment.
576. was removed from his Next Tuesday Mr. Thomas wi ni ti r a la
home on Monday, | describe what the stage should be}. anne deseribed Trinidad
. L. HARRISON of Seagale,)in relation to an auditor'um and oe oe Very: imberesting: to: the
Black Rock, reported that sive as clear an idea as he can pte
someone stole a motor car bat-| with blackboard illustrations, of There
tery valued $42 from his car|the kind of “Little Theatre”
M—760 while it was parked in|which he not ony feels that
the garage at Fontabelle on Tues-| Barbados urgently needs, but
day. | which he was perfectly convinced,

FIRE of unknown origin} was within the bounds of possi- | +), :
os e new Legislature and the Ex-
broke out at Belle Gully at} bility. g u and the Ex

5.30 p.m. om Tuesday and charred} All that is unsat'sfactory in the | Seutive —— — have their
the eastern corner of a boarded |amateur theatre, Mr, Thomas wil! he Re out. He saw no reison
and shingled house 18 x 10 x 9| point out, is due, not so much|Why these problems could not h¢
feet. It is the property of Elton, to lack of artistry on the part of solved if the task was approaches
Haynes and insured ithe players but to the fact that with a sense of responsibility and
The Fire Brigade arrived only | they are expected to work under |a C0-Operative spirit,

to find that the fire was already! physical conditions which would ' z /
put out. \defeat the experienced profes- He had been very glad for the
| sional’ actor. opportunity of meeting representa-

fe oe EAR-OLD |" the theatre. no matter how|tives from some of’ the other
Iris Bishop of St. Jeseph was | expensive or how modestly it may islands, although he regretted that
admitied and, detained at the|pe designed is intended to be atime diq not permit him to have
General Hospital on Tuesday| playhouse for the production of {a talk , with them all, He also
night suffering from severe burns! drama and not as a multi-purpose | took opportunity to visit the head-
on her hands. | ha’. quarters of the Caribbean Com-















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amount of new commercial acti-
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great problems as Housing, with
the dealing of which problems





Bishop said she was pumping} On the following Tuesday tha | mission where he discussed vari- |
a stove when a spurt of fiame] subject will be “The actor and
{his approach to his art.

cus matters with the Secretary

burned her hands. General.








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ONLY PLAYGROUND



'y Girls’ School which is the only playfield for the
The building shown was recen tly renovated and extended and will cosa be used as

960 Children
On One Lawn

TWO SCHOOLS, the Westbury Infants’ Schoo! anc
the Westbury Junior School, in Westbury Road have
aad extended by the et

!the Colonial Es*imates 1950-5}
| allocated $21,000 for extension

and renovation, has been built to |

accommodate 320 children and the
Junior School, as yet unoccupied,
is designed to accommodate 646
« children.
i
| playing field for the two schools
| ane when the Junior School is
occupied it means taat 960 chil-
dren will have to play on this
small space.

Thirty-one toilets are available
for the 960 children.

When the ‘Advocate’ visited the

ternal business, and that no one} fants’, School this week there

were 366 in a_ building to
accommodated 320. In Class VII
the girls were doing arithmetic

under the supervision of thei
{mistress Miss Audrey Denny.

The girls in Class V were work-
ing on Longfellow’s poem “A
Psalm of Life’.

In the other classes the children

in the| were reciting and taking Bnglish
en very! jessons but as soon as the Advo-
| r ° cate representative reached the
jleading up to the adoption of the} second storey the infants were
saying their prayers before going
out for lunch. Lunch is served

daily by Miss M. Johnson, It is
| cool drinks and cakes.



| HOUSE TO HOUSE

AT the request of the House of
| Assembly the following telegram
i has been sent by His Excellency
the Governor to the Speaker of
the House of Commons, “Thy
Barbados House of Assembly
desire, on the eve of the opening
of the new House of Commons, to
expre
historie occasion and to convey a
message of the goodwill of the
people of this ancient and loyal
Colony to the people of the United
Kingdom.”





| DEBATE TO-NIGHT

The Fox Cultural Group will
o'clock tonight. i
he subject for debate will be

'“That women should have equal
rights with men”,

Peiza and Mr. Ben Blackman.













Mothers trust famous

MILKS

Remember, when you buy milk, that babies
and children need the best. Ask for KLIM,

ns are eased, use care-

int: Sent: Rewervel fully the KLIM you can get now. e
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THEY'RE PAIRED

PROTECT YOU
AND JEYPINE

know well: it’s been famous

for 70 years. And now there’s Jeypine too. Jeyes’ is the
disinfectant to use tor killing germs in out-houses, kennels,
drains, dustbins, and spots like that. It’s wonderful! So

made for use inside the house

—it has a really delightful pine-fragrance. They're spiendid
destroyers of serms; these two Jeyes’ products: instantane-
tbsolutely safe in use.

JEYPIME 49%. a bottle

S$ DRLG *TORES

“Maill

AS SOOM | jo iW
were put iy (ils
that all ing, iil

be sent IMMp/ithe
office. |



The Infants’ School, for which |



A single tennis lawn serves a3!



Vansluytra iy
ae: gprionsle Wet ji
sail, two hye iil | 4
of its engin” nee is
The mail Ve
the jaws aniyoit
a hg thes
@ ACCM iil Ger bezel on cen Mone
day night, itihoowesorteshoonem caret had
done a dayijii tom enogeroy
CUI VEY cee yosamessel {01
Gig tip,

its appreciation of the

Guiana, It),

about 12 hon Witlp,
Captain | iiithe org thy

(OVO Tessc rey

ION {ED fresh (hea eae boom

cate” that 4, i
escaped bel),
fe on toll, Tet
damage Cay \ the
a lite boat,"”"* 1
He said
broken thry it
of his sailjn
ing the tri
only exper
rain,
The Tin, |

sponsor a debate at the Club
om, Garden, St. James at 7.30

Leading the debate will be Mr,
W. E. Ramsey, who will be ses-
onded by Mr: Abram Osbourne.

159 tons f},9/ Il
The opposers will be Mf. Vere de

a large pat,
day.

——

MARBLES and PISTOLS \) (4 ACt\PaP(

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BARBADO!' (//!C 4A .0C\ EET)

347s @ 23 OO |
(0m eemmned

NGO.

THERE 4

Yesterda) ymiq 97

U.S. Mail \y \nght
| “Golfito” atin ttre
by the “Cay 1 theendl}
noon.

The Long |o bt ome
parcel con} ||
Office will 4,
the use of fot
Steamers’ hot
wharf. This;

middle of hm, theesdt

master said), (ingsg aij
place = wal), ee

morning.
The enttinyo| ing

Post Office ‘i, thoy arena

All intrans)qj dl

handled at |

The Posty,
acquisition |
the wharf | yders,
the greate; ysllllee
bandling of,
were alwa)y ti
these, 90 Pin lWhieeid
to England,



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| LODE” 10 he was «=a duty or

Advoy tiiguespisiqua x
HurrichRiif FA \ef Fums und

The {hing lthtor rae P=tlor
been reciy {iil theeady

minist rally Anita:
Sir, \

1 har WN y= HOre nour

acknow] (agi of

letter Offi 29, eg —
\ | it CoLwo% — Colorrcxonial
Secretary}ii\Oryaev19 Sowa eat:
ing Banh W165 e50,02886590 020.61
OM #1100 peg any
(he tle ane os

; (80 MCLE Weg With af th an
official ipl for roy

addressej}

collected) iq (
for Ant}
lie? and ti

amount,

The Poly emisetiqua
deeply fi) ages Redirects
ciate thin! komo -oken
sympath) (iil) doeeob
by the ph (hha idehidose-os,
OU Tepe ty to





1 hha ji

Yi

The Sec,
Barbadojyyi
Bridget,
Barbadojy |,
October |)





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Bin vei

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NU RESTORE SE |
DERNIOFOHINAN |

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{

We hiv
assortin Mish, =
DECOR, ||
seen, \\" a

they anf

Silver |,
Tinsel \

it
Xmas \ iy

{|
Tinsels
Jack Fy!

Xmas 1

Tree

BALLO,

Roun(
with | Hin,

MMi" to og

(See \ Miia,

4

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lb

654551, 11
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Wd



eae 1 WS Cyt sesame of
j mail in thie ge gS

| accommedal; |i P
for opening,
the “Advow
hoped, hej 9!
opened by |q(ithe

BS 9S50 avery ewiilllll!!
It PogsoF
PIN a S228 rena stem
YONG y _~vittsday,
NAVE VE earaye
Sth gthe wey-werk,

Itesaht KX by itt} Evidemee was

SS Peer ox Pxexper

wet yelebeelid

it
cl Abowd al
O0mmOO Re floor
| police.

40’. For Wowanding:

\s Aa es thomas |
yey

CeVOeOved — Fel there,
IEA) alfealso
ith (Dre Be partems st mont,,

pn ED ed thesscrat |
yoillee Foy sey Pesos i,
Teer, veer wis
F Syece imei in ||
[oth MAL eel is ee ails,



Wewhicbeet=h wont

WW (ea utters
PA Res pre rropose
' VeW £1 yorseoull be
received thy, | bleeslq

very spaciOy iter rset reso

printed maj pytvoy, yay ver,

Charged PPith , .
| Theft: Remeanied A = 8 &









HE RISERT HUTSON of Consti
tution Road and An Hunte of
\Bay Land were bestia charged
lbefore His Worship WE. A.J. H
Hanscheli with the Larceny of }

goods sa@iued at £33. 2-9 and the
jpropa sv of Musson &e Co, Ltd.
on October 25,

The goods when g>2esented in
ourt swere six boxes (wo boxes of raisins, five boxes ;
of Eng“Gsh potatoes cazad 28 car-
tons of matches,

>

te Een from BOOS EESS SOO PDFPS POISED POPS PODIOOSO 2 V PAPPGOPH,
|1P.C. Gill—who mache the arrest | & >
./~and “H.P.C, Wilkins@e= when the cy
preliminary hearing ~sras started | ¢ , x
yesterday. ~
Hutson and Hunte were reman ‘
ded wntil Novembe= 1, Sgt

Garner is prosecutirage for the

Sneek ! Punchose!

DON'T MISS
THIS OPPORTUNITY!

GREY FLANNEL PANTS
at $14.00 and $15.40 pair

44
PEEL LLALSSS SS

A FINE of 40/- areed 3/- costs
0 be paid in 14 days @x> in default
one reoenth’s impris@mament was
imposed on Herbie Townes of
Beckwith Street b: mr, H. A
Talma yesterday foa> inflicting
bodily tharm on Msaiweern Camp-
bell also of Beckwith Street, The |
The offence was corremitted oF |
Septerr ber 7, |

Dropped Bag
And Raan

LLOYD ATWELL «of Thomas
Gap waas fined 20/- armel |/- cost
by His Worship Mr, Be. A, Talme



SEE EEL LA PLES SD

4

GREY WORSTED ”
at $18.00 pair

SALAS

ELMER LAPP PRADA



oly the ga general

‘Bly s-————

before whom the case was heard

| Molasses SFe ipped



jetl Ser—roe 3 soya vill,
R. S\(VAVeEY 4 AYN EIDE,
ANI te Ji pgeemistreaese—atoy

day wis the 3931-toe= American

molasses will be disserharged at
Quebec, Three Rivers. Sorel and

direct for Canada todeacy

the istarnd by the Ge #ito yes
day tor Southamptors,
while five arrived frome Trinidad

Carlisle Bay at abotat= 620 am
ind left port around
The Golfito is consigrves seally to
"I Messrs Wilkinson & S€aynes Co.,
Ltd,

BEL get Bammrescarbados
El yer ib cB, loo

IS breed
NON 1Oc 2 Ooner—rer coil

hoewod
Nee Nezsshoss aes of one
Vite 189 catheamer dur:
ly 10 Deere! ged haciiilfsed, They
NIM Sheets syns shosmvre=o wets 0!

| vow, Vame cmcrnsliyl-
man brows iNshaeats-atigh > Gute
a cargo of Nis(hipeas—hiree=>cotl ad
istib ¥ tdiseBoscharyed
I Og ea eg =





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MAMTSTS 25 MET



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+

yesterday when he ~was found %
uilty of the unlawftalk possession :
of a quantity pf sugeee- on Octo- x WHITE LINEN ” »
ber 10 ; : ?
P.C. Searles who gawre evidence x at $1 1.59 pair $
‘for the prosecution, sseead that or § %
%

‘Haxterss Road and sszaw Atwel’ | ¥ x
convey ne a bag whie Rs containec x WHITE & KHAKI DRILL ‘3 %
sugar, s : ~
He began to approach Atwell g at $5.47 pair x
who was not very far #rom him xs x
but as soon as he rese«ehed abou | $ ¥
two feet from him he e@ropped the % m x
bag and ran x .
: ; x —BROAD ST. >
Qverloading Cast I5'- | 8 y

. ¥

WESLEY COWARD ef Cocoanu’ | % DIAL 2664 *
|Grove, St. Joseph, was founc | ¥ x
jquilty of overloading t®ee bus 0-7! x *

on Roebuck Street on Ssee ptember 7 | OGG OCR OH 95 9 OFS PSGOG OVS SSID PODOOPS OOF Pre

His Worship Mr. # A, Talma
imposed a fine of 15 .° = and 1/-
costs ter be paid in 14 <@ays or one
month's imprisonment












To Canceda

TAKING ashipmgenmt of molasses
from Etarbados for Caw aida yester-
|

Bal Baby

Powder Soot
- W

“
" ed. ©
sleamship Alcoa Pe«epersus, The ppeticately pert ails
"pink nF
Montreal
The Aleoa Pegasus, sander Cap-
tain Morgan, arrived here from
British Grulana on ‘T? mesday eve-
ning. Yt is expected te» leave port

23 LEAVE FOR® Ui.

Twenty-three passe=ngers




The Golfito droppee® anchor in

12 16 pm

ARE | |
“SO9ERVES” AL SIGN |
YOU'RE GROWING |

_ OLD?

Ofte: as a womam approaches
middle life, her nerves: geet bad, and
she accepts this as a ssagn of age.
But why let yourself beemecume edgy,
run-down—or so nerwesrais you cry
without cause—atl ange Sere in life?

For nearly fifty wears wise
women have been remereting this
situation happily —- Boy getting
lenty of rest, fresh ais, Sica
‘ood and by taking Er, Chase's
Nerve Food to build theeem up, For
the Vitamin Bi, irors and other
needed minerals in this Time-tesied
tonic help build up yresrur vitality
and aid in toning uge the entire
system —so you can faesee the future
with confidence,

Give Dr, Chase's ev Food a SOLE AGENTS:
chance to help baretesh nervous 2ceRs . > 7
fears aiid debts. [t free Eps you rest ' MESSRS. A. 8. BRYDEN & SONS (BARBADOS), LTD.,
better, and feel better”. The name P.O. BOX 403, BRIDGETOWN, BARBADOS

“Dr. Chase” is vour asmssirance. 10

You can enjoy Britain's
favourite tobaccos. Six
blends to choose from—
every one a “balanced
blend of vintage leaf.











“RADIAC” Stiff Front Dress
SHIRTS. Sizes 14% to
1744

Eaoh’.......5.; : $6.73

“KAY” Long Sleeve Sport
SHIRTS in white, Choco-
late, Rust, Wine, Blue;
Cream, Tan.

Sizes: S. M. L.

f

“ELITE” Long Sleeve Sport
SHIRTS in white, blue,
cream, rust, beige, grey,

Each .. ; voosess $B.20

GENTS’ and BOYS’ TEE
SHIRTS, with cireular
stripes around and crew
neck, In shades of navy
and white, scarlet. and
white, saxe and white,
maroon and white,

Size: 24 to 32 ins.

MY Pe. 4 --. $124

Size 34 to 40 ins.

s+ $1.04



and

ENDEAVOUR STRIPED Each ..
PYJAMAS, Goewed Quility

Six 8 to 4 irs | or
x <=) CAVE SHEPHERD Co. Ltd
French style BBZ ACES in ( 0., ‘
white and stipe
et , 10, 11, 12, & 13 Broad Street
Pair $1 83 a






PAGE SIX BARBADOS ADVOCATE THURSDAY, OCTOBER 26, 1956
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ORIENTAL

GOODS! (Articulos)
CUROIS, JEWELLEPY,







OATS!!
Does your Goat suffer
from—

Loss of Condition ?

Anaemia (pale gums) ?
Diarrhoetic Conditions ?

SILKS, (Se Habla Espanol)

| THANES
|




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ee RRR Am

eo
OE — ——————

four Every Day
Toilet Lotion .. .

umoLENE

“Cooling and Refreshing as a
Breath of Spring”

The Manufacture of Limolene,
finds work for Fellow Barbadians

18 to 67c. at Your Dealer


















THAT'S THE LAST
(ce iT, FRIEND!

Any of these may be
caused by

WORMS! |
|







Control these Parasites with



We Offer:—

Tins Carrots
Beetroot;
Mixed Vegetables





|
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SORRY, MOM---






OH, GOODIE - -

HERE THEY COME

HOME FROM THE

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Sy 92 Time FOR SUPPER
S- 27 ~~

SuPPi HOW MANY CANDY re Tins Peas.
pe (Geet AN LCI. PRODUCT. Be
. oe oe e es to Sauce

Table Butter 1 Ib.
‘ Cooking Butter, Cheese
per tb

STUART & SAMPSON
LTD.

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BLONDIE Ao OF POPCORN DID 2{ BAGS OF POPCORN
wt ih YOUR FATHER EAT? NOT TO TELL



Sole Importers and Distributors in Barbados
| Messrs A.S. BRYD





FLYING FISH CLUB
Wil! be open to members each
week day between the hours of

10.06 A.M. te 9.90 P.M.

When the COLONNADE STORES

are clesed the entrance in Lukes
Alley will be pen,

Ss

|






ACCORDING TO THAT SQUEMER, YOUR
ENEMY |S HIDING IN A CAVE ON
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Siscuits
Perk Frean Cheese-
BORN all sus vies dbdanionts 124





























e e
Peak Frean Playbox Ovaltine, Extracts & Condiments
ON iii cesbdeceasa 120
Souls Seis Ahern Milk F 1s BOT se, cscenMcicacisitlavwiiven. 160 90 60
Crackers occ 164 Bonox (Beef Extract) 70 40
Crawford's Cheezs Ovaltine ........000 + 124 73 Webern 2562 oe a eaiedlsieees 97 60 32
Straws oo... scene 93 Wind 33 5 oe _.. 221 119 he
Crawford's Club Babb cisco 107 er ee eter =
Cheese Biscuits 138 Bisto (For Gravies and Stew) 33
lia ha de Hemo .......0.....:00. 110 ;
ae 140 Vitro wp orccsnsses 73 Morton's Ground Spice........ 4)
/ 7 , -
rao Caer Menai ve? er webe faring? Set EE? Nachle! Jacobs Cream Crack Bourn-Vitea ............ 70 Celery BPE isi cuitoacdvuin 30
Bub ba oreo ue? - eta ar ea rs . “rae cates TB waeessttecerveresecanssoen 182 Horlicks Malted Prepared Mustard .......:.0000 17
So aaa Weston Assorted Bis- DURE csuceiaes Gok 114 3
NE ee 50 tides Oba ere pens 3
Ovaltine Biscuits ...... 43 Milk Cocoa .... 9% Canned Fish
Mayfair Red Salmon (half)............ 45
Canned Meats He
Lamb Tongues ........... 70 um Salmon Pe caticniers da aleureeer bd nae 51 28
Boiled Beef with Car- Pilchards (Tals) ........ssssssssssssesssee 38
BOB iia dad Wate. 30 ; 4 5
C&B cet Roll 70 Peer mee (V4)! Soci, ciceetlowece ens Zi
BY ALEX RAYMONDO Wall's Oxford Saus- WRONG 5555s aciiiserpoessravanes 36
OCS THELOS KE ricteiaterreeertis: <0 IOS ic sssessretstnscsconenn 60 Herrings in Tomato Sauce............ 38
JUST IN isle ee i i 9
Cendlgpilal tia? i Be Te ee a ie 43






Macaroni & Cheese 37

Danish Cocktail Scus- , c

or sc Fe cesta tetsu 99 Liqueurs, Wines, Beer, etc.
Peanut Butter & Jams

Pecnut Butter







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THURSDAY, OCTOBER 26, 1950 =

CLASSIFIED ADS.

ce BARBADOS ADVOCATE | PAGE SEVEN

Rosen Unable To Form

SHIPPING NOTICES











OFFICIAL NOTICE


































BARBADOS : .
TELEPHONE 2 IN THE ASSISTANT COURT OF New Israeli Cabinet
re N 508 APPEAL MONTREAL AUSTRALIA NEW on win talipainatleinmgrns ~ a
—_—__—— —— (Equitable Jurisdiction) TEL A VIV, Oct 25, ZEALAND | gq | LamiTED
VERNON AUGUSTUS HUNTE-Piaint Israeli Progressive Party leader | J iM. A.N.Z.) M.V. “TB. Radar” will accept
FOR SALE | PUBLIC NOTICES | semeth Seam betwoant Losinau | oven Wold "President |, S,Sp goQUQUORRTBR, aah ee |ll carey gl raeaer lett
Court in the above aaah Locttien ne the Cheien Wengen to-day be nee ber 19th, Melbourne September "261, Aruba. acbnte “of ‘departure. will
nd day of August, 1950, I give notice |/Deen unable orm a new evonport tober Ist, Sydnew October noti
UTO. OTI OT to all persons having gsta ; ; smile 3 '2th, Brisbane October 17th, ivi t M.V. “Moneka” will accept
A Mi VE NOTICE or interest in or a Mek ee ae it was officially announced Rarbados Noyember 19th a Cargo and Passengers for Domt-
Applicatio: fi brance affecting : ua hese vessels have ample space tor nica, Antigua, ntserrat, Nev:
Prefect 10 H.P. aone| si "Sonn Vestty Behibitions at the St (All nat certain piece or | parce Yhe President began connaitae hited, = | frozen and general caro. Se Se ee. Seay Peeeey
ly: Haro! Weather- i 0 . of land situate at the Ivy in par- | tj rj , $ a on ils of : « ie
se aes, ADgir, arid Wewtber-| Micnaes Gin Schoat wil pe recewea| of, and, noaie tthe fen gm ane per |tions with party leaders, || | ang with Tuonahipment at Renuose |} ALY. ,Deerwonds wit, sceagt | atetee :
Se We-tittAmheas Sth Oto ae” by admeasurement Four thousand seven] Rosen was chief mediator in for Havuatas, Setter Guiana, Windward a YR ig i makes
Candidates must be the daughters of} hundred and seventy square feet or] the country’s 11-day cabinet crisis. oe Leeward Aro, . Sie ‘cious an Ol
Sedan Hillman, (T—92).| Parishioners in straitened circumstances] thereabouts abutting and bounding on —Reuter. | runness. Wi culars apply :— be_ notified,
24.10.50—3n. | and must not be Jess than eight (8) years, | lands James Murray, on jpncs of oe & Co. Ltd., MLV. “Caribbee" will accept
nor more than twelve (12) years of age| Blanche Grosvenor, on lands “of one wr Cargo and Passengers for GFOCd COOKS
on the 3ist July, 1951, to be proved by| Forde and on two sides on the public DA COSTA & nica, Antigua, Montserrat, Nevis = F
MISCELLANEOUS a Birth Certificate which must accom-| rod called Ivy Road or however elsc MAIL NOTICES Co. Ltd.,}]] and ‘st. Kitts.” Sailing Wednesday
pany “<_< os ei ‘ on the same abut and bound together with BW a = wr om |
The aminations for the dwellinghouse and all and singular Mails for Dominica, Antigua, Mont- 0 BEN SCHOONER NERS’ b tt
APPLES—Eng! s _ . ;
oe or ARPLBs—Bnglish Apples | vear 1951 will be held at the School at| other “the buildings and erections ‘on | serrat, Nevis and St. Kitts by the M.V | AGENTS assoc. Inc. | | etter i
. : 90.19.50—Sn. | November, 1900, Cirle ef elsht ta) 18th} the said parcel of land erected apd built | Moneka will be closed at the General : i
— ——|under ten (10) years of ‘ome wat be renee: be Wa ge eg a Ne ee ee Mail . ;
» . ri re me an ac utr areel Mail and Registered a at
SS Ly need nee the “ARTS woe et tae cae Sad cna tenes’ ia of their said claims with their witnesses, 2 p.m. Ordinary Mail at 2.30 p.ur. 9P 0. F “
years of age will be e: ined on Sat- documents and vouchers, to be examined |] friday 27th October, 1950. € A *
eats 08 eee wee De eee ty me on any Tuesday, or Friday be- Bovnit gives that extra flavour to all soups, pies and
All candidates to be examined should | twee? the hours of 12 (noon), and 3 Mails for Martiniqu®, Guadeloupe, : :
@aily.. Admission 6d. for} be at the School not later thun 9,15} Oclock im the afternoon, at the Office} England and France by the 5.3. Ine. savouries. And nourishment, too !—for Bovril is
and Orders taken. a.m. of the morning £ the examitia-|°f the Clerk of the Assistant Court of | Colombie will be closed at the General Jum
22,10.80.—4n. | tion. Appeal at the Court House, Bridgetown, | Post Office as under:— the concentrated goodness of beef. Bovril is also
Piease apply to my office for speiten. before the Ist day of November, 1959,/ Parcel Mai at 4 p.m. on the 27th NEW ORLEANS 6kR- ICR ‘
HERE AGAIN tion forms during < office days and in order that such claims may be rank-]| October 1950. Registered Mail at 10 eal!> Arr. a tasty sandwich spread—and a cup of hot Bovril we
CRILDARN'S RAIN Seared in Plastic FRASER, ed according to the nature and priority | a.m. and Ordinerny Mail at 10.15 a.m N.O. Bides ‘
$1,96 Size 28-30.32.34 EB to the Vestry, thereof respectively; otherwise such per-/ on the 28th October 1950 . S8.S. “LIBERVILL<” 28th Sept. 12th Oct. daily makes you feel fine !
BROADWAY DRESS SHOP St. John sons will be precluded from the, benefit ‘
26.10. 50—2n 21.10.50.—5n,. | Of the said Decree, and be deprived of Mails for British Guiana by the Sch. NEW YORK SSBVICE 4
eras tint eieebaaichos all claim on or against the said property. | Anita H., will be closed at the General oails Arr. ‘
MASKS—Father Xmas Masks, Monke NOTICE Claimants are also notified that they | Post Office as under:— N.Y, B'des
Face Masks, Diving Masks, Micke must attend the said Court on Wednes-| Parcel Mail, Registered Mail and 8.8 “BYFJORD” .. 2th Sept. Sth Oct
Mouse Baloons, only a Limited Quantity day, the Ist day of November, 1950, at| Ordinary Mail alt 2.30 p.m. TO-DAY 8.5. “C, G. THULIN" 13th Oct, 28rd Oct
of these Stanway Store, Lucas Street | , 1. eee ae -_ a is a 1¢ o'clock a.m. when their said claims | 26th October 1950 — > ee
26. 10.50 nten| Oo estry © e parish} will be ranked. = . 3 C
2n-| of St. Lucy in this Island to cause Given under my hand this 22nd day | SOUTHBOUND CANADIAN SERVICE ARE YOU WONDERING HOW YOU'LL DELIVER ALL — 2 am
(200) Two hundred Empty te be introduced into the Legislature] of August, 1950. | , ’
Fai Can be seen at the Rob-| 2f, this Island a Bill to amend the I. V. GILKEs, PUBLIC NOTICES | aa rene Sails Sails Aretves THOSE ORDERS ”
exts’ g Co. Ltd., Govern-| Saint Lucy's (Barbados) Loan Act! ag. Clerk of the Assistant Court of ie me of Ship Montreal Halifax Barbados You can end that headache by investing in a couple of oe
eee ee UB 8 “| 1949 (1050-6) authorising the said! Appeal. | S.S. “ALCOA PARTNER" October 27th October 30th November 10th 1 > 1 =
—_- S0-#n- | Vestry, if they shail think fit to do so, 25.8.50—n NOTICE 8. “ALCOA PEGASUS” November loth ‘November. 18th ‘November 23rd CARRIER CYCLES
coovtatin ot es ee aT aaa __. | _Fruitful Hill Road, leading to Cane ovember 24th November sith December th An economical and efficient form of delivery
1; Garden in the parish of St. Joseph, 6 *
FOR RENT ie isang comes ropa Sloved' wii further native, sien Cocosnat | ONTEBOUNâ„¢ saall THE CENTRAL EMPORIUM ;
Dated 28rd October, 1950. OFFICIAL SALE Grove Road leading to Springfield, 15 Barbados
CARRINGTON & SEALY, closed until further notice. These roads “ALCOA POLARIS" October Bist For St. La e Riv (Central Foundry Ltd., — Proprietors)
; Solicitors for the Vestry DOs. have been dameged by recent heavy : ce +; Lawrence River Ports Cnr. of Broad and Tudor Streets.
BUNGALOW—Newly built stone Bun- of the parish of Saint IN THE anererau? COURT OF rains These vessels have limited passengers accommodation, i

galow at Dayrells Road, corner of Gills
Gap. Gills

Gap, or

ky Mrs. C. Humphrey,
lephone 4141.
26.10.50—3n

———
HEATHFIELD — On Crane Coast
Fally ished. on December.

Phone , Mrs. A. D. Herbert.
20.10.50—6n

KHUSTONE—Wall Bungalow, Station
Hill, St. Michael, 3 bedrooms, modern
conveniences, Garage. Apply, wt Gibson,
Bolton Lane.

WANTED











ol

$40.00 month. Appl
to the Vicar, Boscobel Vicarage, no\
jater than October 3ist. 24.10.50—3n.

YOUNG 17—21, to make
herself generally useful in the house,
sleep in, good wages. Ring 2005.

26.10, 50—3n.

MISCELLANEOUS
BARBER’S CHAIR in Good Order cr
Slightly out of Repair. C. Pierrepointe,
Stanway Store, Lucas St. Dial 3601.

26.10.50—2n

BC XES — All kinds of Card Board
other than corrugated cerd

Boxes,
Apply Advocate Bind te 4.2:0.
PUHLIC SALES

AUCTION

_———————————————
BY instruction of the Rev. Worrell, I
wil) sell at St. Matthews Girls’ School
HOTHERSAL TURNING on Fri-
boarded

shingled
kitchen and outoffice — TO BE







an‘

MOVED. If required can be sold i»
parts.. Terms Cash. ARCHER MC
KENZIE, Auctioneer.

21.10.50—5n.

UNDER THE IVORY HAMMER

tee octan s received I will sell or
F October 27th at Messrs. Plan-
tations Ltd. Ware House Bay Street,
opposite Messrs. Cole & Co, Garage—



95 Bags Dark Crystal Buger. Sale at
1 p.m. CASH.
VINCENT GRIFFITH,
Auctioneer.
22.10, 50—4n



UNDER THE SILVER
HAMMER

TO-DAY
Captain A. J. Press’ Sale at Beverley,
Brittons Hill at 11,30 o'clock

BRANKER TROTMAN & CO.,

REAL ESTATE

“MON NID” situate at Shot Hall near
Yacht Club, Upper Bay St., standing on
7,695 square feet of land.

The house contains open gallery,
sitting, drawing and dining rooms, two
bedrooms, kitchenette and usual ort
offices.

Servant’s room and garage in yard

Inspection every day (except Sunday)
between 4 and 6 p.m. or by appoint-
ment, dial 2805.

The above will be set up for sale at
public competition at our office in Lucas



St. on Friday the 3rd November 1950
at 2 p.m.
CARRINGTON & SEALY.
Solicitors.
26.140 .50—8n .





The Pro; erty ape as ae mires
Plai sta nm 5,225 square fee
je, Street, Sputhtesown,. a



Bete _ will
Tr. property be set
up for = e by B Public ei at our
Office, Street, Friday 27th
October, 1850, at 2 pin 4a gists! Sa Bh
‘or al ir, C. H.
Jordan, ma
YEARWOOD & BOYCE,
Solicitors.
19.10.50.—8n.
48 Shares WEST INDIA RUM HE-
% ELECTHIC
ee CORPORATION
0 RADIO DISTRIBUTION
(BARBADOS) LTD (Pref-
erence £1.)
372 ” BARBADOS CO-U. -
TIVE COTTON FACTORY
above s will be set up to
public competition at the office of
on Friday rhe 27th day
of 1950 at 2 p



PERSONAL

ae
The public are hereby warned against

giving credit to my wife DULCINS
KING (nee King) ws I do not hold my-
elt le for her or anyone else
cont amy debt or debts in my name
urless by a written order signed by me
Sgd. KELVIN KING.
Kew Rd.,
Bank Hall,
St. Michael.
26.10.50—2n.

e

eS neT en enn
The public are hereby warned against
giving credit to any pergon or persons

whomsoever, my name as I do not
hold myself ri msible for anyone con-
treeting any t or debts in my name
unless a written order signed by me
Sed. GREAVES,
Brighton, Black Rock,
St. Michael.
26.10. 50—2n.



LOST & FOUND
LOST

WALLET—Lost a Week ago in Bus
givt P seston, eat etsen
Anyone ing in a
of etc. to R, BELGRAVE,
Hi ROYAL, will be handsomely
rewarded — no asked.
26. 20.50-——1n
SWEEPSTAKE Series O—7953.

TICKET
Finder please return to wineass oy Hill,
Venture, St. John. 0 .50—1n.







10,50—3n. |





Lucy in this Island.
24.10.50—3n.



NOTICE

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

21.10.50—6n





NOTICE

THE PUBLIC is hereby notified that

from November ist the admission to

Bend Concerts on Hastings Rocks will

| be nine pence instead Of six pence. This

merease is unavoidable due to the in-
creased cost of the Police Band.

G. C, NICHOLLS, Sec'ty
For the Hasting’s Rocks C’tee



25.10. 50—4n
” Ivy Road < peers yd be = ance
and bound together wii e dwelling-
NOTICE ; house and mt and singular other the
PARISH OF 8ST. PETER buildings and erections m the said
1 f/ypplications are invited for tne] parcel of land erected and built stand-
office of Parochial ‘tedical officer

for the Parish of St. Peter. Ap-
plicants must be registered Medi-
cal practitioners.

Salary is $260.00 per month plus
$20.00 for the V.D. Clinic.

2 The appointment will take place
from 25th March 1951.
Applications stating age and quali-
fications ete, must be forwarded
to the undersigned by January
25th 1951.

4. For further particulars apply to
the undersigned at the office du-
ring:—

Tuesdays from 10.00 a.m. to 2,00

pm,

Thursdays from 10.00 a.m. to 1.0
pom.
Saturdeys from 10.00 a.m. to 12 noon.
Signed G. S. CORBIN
Vestry Clerk,
St. Peter.
20.10.50—12n.

TAKE NOTICE

“BLUE CROSS”

That GENERAL MILK SALES, INC..
a corporation of the State of Delaware,
United States of America, whose trade
or business address is 19, Rector Strect,
New York, State of New York, United
States of America has applied for the
registration of a trade mark in Part “A”
of Register in connection with all
food products, including milk, butter,
cheese, sweetened condensed milk,

Da’ed this 43rd day of October 1950
unsweetened evaporated milk, eva-
porated skimmed milk, condensed
sweetened skimmed milk, powdered
milk; malted milk, sterilized cream;
sterilized evaporated cream, milk com-
pounds (skimmed milk and vegetable
fats) and ice cream and will be en-
titled to register the same after one
month from the 23rd day of October
1950 unless some person shall in the
meantime give notice in duplicate to
me at my office of opposition of such



registration. The trade mark can be
seen on application at my office,
Dated this 23rd day of October 195U
H. WILLIAMS,
Registrar of Trade Marks.
24..0,.50—3n.





TAKE NOTICE

That CLARK AND COMPANY,
LIMITED, a British Company, whose
trade or business address js Anchor
Mills, Paisley, Glasgow, Scotland has
applied for the registration of a trade
msfk in Part "A" of Register in
ecnnection with yarns and threads ot
all kinds and will be entitled to re-
gister the same after one month from
the 23rd day of October 1950 unless
some person shall in the meantime give
notice in duplicate to me at my office
of opposition of such registration. ‘Tne
trade mark can be seen on application
at my office.

MS,

WILLIA:
Registrar Xt Trade Marks
24.19 .50—3n.

TAKE NOTICE



: REXWEAR
That* D. MARSHALL & COMPANY
LIMITED, a British Company, whose

trade or business address is 17 Mins-
hull Street, Manchester, England, has
applied for the registration of a trade
mark in Part “A” of Register in
connection with Piece goods wholly or
mainly of cotton or rayon and articles
made from such piece goods including
sheets, cakes, bolster cases,
blankets, and articles of clothing and
will be entitled to register the same
after one month from the 23rd day ot
October 1950 unless some ‘son shall
in the meantime give notice in du-
plicate to me at my office of opposi-
tion of such registration. The trade
mark can be seen on application at
my office.

Dated this 23rd ony, of October 1950.

WILLIAMS,

Registrar ‘8 Trade Marks.
24.10, 50—3n

TAKE NOTICE

FLEISCHMANN’S
That STANDARD BRANDS INCOP-
PORATED, a corporation organized



and existing under the laws of the
State of Delaware, whose trade 0”
business {s 595 Madison Avenue, New

York, United States of America has av-
plied for the registration of a trade
marx in Part “A” of Register in con-
nection with all kinds of foods and in
gredients of foods and will be entitied
to register the same after one month
from the 23rd day of October 1950 un-
less some person shall in the meantime
give notice in duplicate to me at my
office of opposition of such registration.
The trade mask can be seen on appli-
cation at my office.

Dated this 23rd day of October 195v

H. WILAJAMS,

Registrar of Trade Marks.
24.19. 50—3n

TAKE NOTICE



business address ir 710, Victoria Square,
Montreal, Canada has applied for the

tion of a trade mark in Part
“A” of Register in connection with
all textile fabrics and materials and
will be entitled to register the same
after one month from the 23rd day o«
October 1950 unless some person shall
in the meantime give notice in dupli-
cate to me at my office of opposition
of such registration, The trade mark
can be seen on application at my

Dated this 29rd _- of October
WILLIAMS,

Registrar of Ba Marks

24.10 .50—in

; trade or business address is

1950. |



(Equitable Jurisdiction)
VERNON AUGUSTUS HUNTE—Plaintiff
FITZGERALD CLARKE-—Defendant

NOTICE is hereby given that by virtue
of an Order of the Assistant Court of
Appeal dated the 22nd day of August,
1950, there will be set up for sale to
the ‘highest bidder at the Office of the
Assistant Court of Appeal at the Court
House, Bridgetown, between the hours
of 12 (noon) and 2 o'clock in the after-
Scar on Friday, the 3rd day of Novem-

1950.

penn that certain piece or parcel of land
situate at the Ivy in the parish of Saint
Michael aforesaid containing by admeas-
urement Four thousand seven hundred
and seventy square feet or thereabouts
abutting. and bounding on lands of
James Murray on lands of Blanche
Grosvenor on lands of one Forde and
on two sides on the public road called

ing and being with” the sppurienanens,
end if not then sold the said property
will be set up for sale on every succeed-
ing Friday between the same hours until
the same is sold for a sum not less than
£400 0 0
Dated this 22nd day_of August, 1950.
I. V. GILKEs,

Acta, Clerk of the Assistant Court
of Appeal.
25.8.50.—3n.



TAKE NOTICE

a corporation of a State of Delaware.
United States America, whose
trade or cones address is 19 Rector
Street, New York, State of New York,
United States of America has ap-
plied for the ite of a trade mark
in Part “A" Register in connection
with all food products, including milk,

butter, cheese, sweetened » condensed
milk, unsweetened evaporated milk,
evaporated skimmed milk, condensed

sweetened skimmed milk, powdered
milk, malted milk, sterilized cream,
sterilized evaporated cream, milk com-
rounds (skimmed milk and vegetabi¢
fats) and ice cream and will be er-
titled to register the same after one
month from the 23rd day of October
1950 unless some person shall in the
meantime give notice in duplicate io
me at my office of opposition of such
registration. The trade mark can be
seen on application at my office.
Dated this 23rd day of October 195i
H. WILLIAMS,
Registrar of neo Marks
24.10.50—3n

TAKE NOTICE

CAT AND NINE LIVES
That UNION CARBIDE AND CARBON
CORPORATION a corporation organ-
ised and existing under the laws ot
the State of New York, United States:
of America whose trade or business
address is 30 East, 42nd Street, New
York, New York, United States ot
America has applied for the registration
of a trade mark in Part “A” of Register
im connection with electric dry bat
teries and will be entitled to regis-
ter the same after one month from
the 23rd day of October 1950 unless
some person shall in the meantime
give notice in duplicate to me at thy
office of opposition of such registration
The trade mark _can be seen on appli-
cation at my office.
Dated this @3rd day of October 1950
H, WILLIAMS,
Registrar of Trade Marks
24.16 .50—3n

TAKE NOTICE

FAVORITA

That GENERAL MILK SALES, Inc.,
a corporation of the State of Dela-
ware, United States of America, whos
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 etva-
porated milk, evaporated skimmed
milk, condensed sweetened skimmed

milk, powdered milk, malted miik, steri-
lised cream, sterilized evaporated cream"

milk com) (sk.immed milk ana
vegetable fats) and ice cream and will
be entitled to register the same
after one month from the 23rd

day of October 1950 unless some per-
son shall in the meantime give notice
in duplicate to me at my office of
position of such registration. The
trade mark can be seen on appiica-
tion at my office.
Dated this 23rd day of October 1950
H. WILLIAM

Ss,
Registrar of Trade Marks.
24.10 50—3n



TAKE NOTICE

That J & P. COATS LIMITED, »*
British Company, whose trade or bus*-
ness address is Ferguslie Works, Pais-
ley, Glasgow, Scotland has applied
fer the registration of a trade mark in
Pert “A of Register in connection

with yarns and threads of ali kinds
and will be entitled to register the
sune after one month from the 23rd
day of October 1950 unless some per-
son shall in the meantime give notice
in duplicate to me at my office of
opposition of sugh registration. The
trade mark can be seen on application

at my office.
Dated this 23rd day of October 1950
H. WILI4JAMS,
Registrar of Trade Marks
24.19 50—3n

TAKE NOTICE

MARSHALL FABRICS
That D. MARSHALL & COMPANY
LIMITED, a_ British Company, whose
trade or business address is 1%,
Minshull Street, Manchester, England
has applied for the registration of
a trade mark in Part “A” of
Register in connection. with Piece
goods wholly or mainly of. cotton
or rayon and articles made from
such plece goods including sheets, pil-
low cases, bol casts, blankets,
and articles of c
entitled to register the same
month from the 23rd day of October
1950 unless some person shall in the
meantime give potice in diplicate to
me at my office of opposition of
registration. The trade mark can be
seen on application at my office
Dated this 23rd day of October
| H. WILLIAMS
} Registrar of Trade





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1950



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By order of the Chairman of
THE COMMISSIONER OF HIGHWAYS,
St. Joseph.
26.10. 50—3n



NOTICE

is hereby given that it is the intention |
of the Vestry of the parish of Saint |
Michael to cause to be introduced into |
House of Assembly of this Lsland a Bill |
authorising the said Vestry to raise 4 |
loan not exceeding £3,500 to grant re- |
trospective pay to casual employees and |
certain of the unestablished staff of the |
Commissioners of Health of the said |
parish. Such a loan to be repaid by ten |
instalments the first instalment of £350 |
to be repaid in 19% and the remainder |
in equal annual instalments of £350 im
the month of December with interest |
at £4 per centum per annum out of
the rates of the said parish until paid.
E

Cc. REDMAN,
Clerk, St Mies Vestry
0.50—3n |

LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE

The application of Jan Hamblin an:
Coleen Quintyne, holders of Liquor
License No. 1025 of 1950 granted to
Augustus Hutson in respect of the bottom
foor of a 2 storey building at Reed
Street, St. Michael, for permission to use
the said Liquor License at said premises,
Reed Street, St. Michael {

Dated this 25th day of October,
To the Police Magistrate,

Dist ‘A”
Signed EB. MORRIS,
for Applicant
N.B.—This application will be con-|
sidered at a Licensing Court to be held |





1950

at Police Court, District “A”, on Monday |
the 6th day of November, 1850 at 11 |
o'clock, a.m }
E. A. McLEOD, |

Police Magistrate, Dist. “A”

26.10, 50-—1n

LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE
The application of Victor Bedford,
holder of Liquor License No. 296 of
1950 granted to Stephen Wright in re-

spect of a board and shingle shop with
shed roof attached at Spooners Hill, Si

Michael, for permission to use said
Liquor License at a board and shingle
shop at Bush Hall, St. Michael.
Dated this 24th day of October, “950
To the Police Megistrate,
Dist. “A” |
Signed VICTOR BEDFORD,
Applicant
N.B.—This application will be con-
sidered at a Licensing Court to be hel:
at Police Court, District “A”, on Friday
the 3rd day of November, 1950, at 11
o'clock, a.m
E. A. McLEOD,
Police Magistrate, Dist. “A”
26.10. 60—1n

OFFICIAL NOTICE

BARBADOS,
IN THE ASSISTANT COURT
OF APPEAL
(Equitable Jurisdiction)
MYRA LEONORA McCARTHY
Plaintiff
MADALENE CONSTANCE DANIEL
Defendant
IN pursuance of an Order in thi
Court in’ the above action made on the
44th day of October, '950, I give notice
to all persons having any estate, right
or interest in or any lien or incumbranc:
effecting all that certain plece or parce
of land situate at Kirtons in the parish
of Saint Philip and Island aforesaid con

teining by admeasurement three roods
twenty perches be the same, more
or less butting and bounding on
lands now or late of C Larrier,
on lands now or Iate of J. R
Ceppin, deceased, on lands now or
Jate of M. lL. McCarthy and on thr
Public Road or however else th
same may abutt and bound, to bring
hefore me an account of their said

claims with their witnesses,, documents
and vouchers, to be examined by me
on any Tuesday, or Friday between the
hours of 12 (noon) and 3 o'clock in the
afternoon, at the Office of the Clerk of
the Assistant Court of Appeal a the
Court House, Bridgetown, before the
3rd day of January 1951, in order that
such claims may be ranked according
to the nature and priority thereof re-
spectively; otherwise such persons wil!
be precluded from the benefit of the |
said Decree, and be deprived of all |
claim on or against the said property
Claimants are a'so notified that they
must attend the said Court on Wednes-
day, the ard day of January, 195!, at
10 o'clock a.m. when their said clainis
will be ranked,
Given under
of October, 1950

my hand this 2th dav
I. V. GILKEs,

Acting Clerk of the Assistant,

Court of Appeal

26 .10.50-

OFFICIAL SALE

BARBADOS
IN THE ASSISTANT COURT
OF APPEAL
(Equitable Jurisdiction)
MYRA LEONORA McCARTHY

Plaintiff

MADALENE CONSTANCE DANIEL

Defendant
NOTICE is hereby given that by virtue
of an Order in the Assistant Court of
Appeal dated the 24th day of October
950, there will be set up for sale to
the highest bidder at the Office of the
Clerk of the Assistant Court of Appes!
at the Court House, Bridgetown, between |
the hours of 12 (noon) and 2 o'clock
in the afternoon on Friday the h th) |
day of January, 1951, all that certair
plee@ or parcel of, land situate at Kirtons
in the parish of Saint Philip and Island
storevaid containing by admeasurement
three roods twenty perches be the same
more or less butting and bounding on
lands now or late of C. Larrier, om lands |
now or late of J R Coppin, deceased
on lands now or late of M. L. McCarthy |
and on the Public Road or however else
the same may butt and bound, and if not
them sold the said property will be set
up for sale on every succeeding Friday
between the same hours until the sam*
is sold for a sum not less than £166.13.4









| Dated this 24th day of October, 1950
1. V. GILKEs,

Acting Clerk of the Assistant
Court of Appeal

26.10,50—3n











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PAGE EIGHT

Kelling Wins



Cambridgeshire



Mexico, U.S. Lead In
Low Score Jumping
Competition

HARRISBURG, P.A, Oct. 25.

Mexico and the United States
both boast faultless records going
into the second event of the In-
ternational low score jumping
Competition at Pennsylvania’s
National Horse show on Tuesday.

The two teams the only teams
of six entered with women riders
are leading England and Canada
by a single knockdown and four
faults in the three-day competi -
tion. Trailing behind are Chile
with 15% faults, and Ireland
with 36 faults, 20 of which came
when Captain W. B. Mullins
mount Rostrevor vefused three
times and was debarred.

Riding for the Americans it
their first appe:rance as a civil-
ian team are Norman Matthews,
23 - year - old Sacramento Cali-
fornia ranger, Mrs. Carol Duranc
a 32 - year - old. Kansas City
housewife, and Arthur McCashir
a 40-year-old gentleman farmer
from ckemin N. J.

The faultless Mexican entry
consists of Lieutenant Eva Valdes
a 22-year-old officer of the wo-
men’s division of the Mexican
Army, Cadet Roberto Vinals 2°
and D, Hareourt 26, The second
part of the low score competition
was to be run off late on Tues-
day with the fina] event set for
Friday evening.

The team with the least faults
will be awarded the 104th Cav-
alry Challenge trophy Saturday
night. f

Mexico which won in 1948 anc
1949 needs only one victory, for
permanent possession. —(C.P.)



BATTLE OF

Eighteen men and éightee
ladies were selected yesterday « |
oppose each other on Saturday « |
the Rockley Golf and Country |
Club in a Battle of the Sexes an |
by Saturday night it is confidentl,
predicted that many husbands and
wives will not be on speaking
terms.

The matches w,tl pe played in
singles ahd four-ball best ball
simultaneously, off three-quarters
of the difference in handicaps
in the singles and three-eighths
difference in the aggregate handi-
caps in the four-ball battles. The |
matéhes will go off in fours, with
the ladies in each group opposed
to the men in the same group.

Ladies
Miss I. Lenagan (3)

same time.

By VERNON MORGAN

NEWMARKET, Oct. 25
Overcoming a bad draw at the
start Mr. Chris Jarvis’ three-year-
old Kelling won a thrilling race
for the Cambridgeshire Handicap

here today getting a neck verdict; ise the Sonne-Berger system to] fused

after the judges had cOnsulted a
photo.
7

Kelling starting 100 to

|

and |

B.G., Trinidad Tie
In Chess Games

‘(From Our Own correspondent)
| GEORGETOWN, B.G. Oct, 25.
; At close of play on Tuesday

night, British Guiana-and Trini-

;dad drew

| enc h, but

Brassington of Trinidad to take the
} le ad in the individual champiqu-
hip. In case of a tie it is under-
lstood that Trinidad and B.G, will

Barker of B.G. beat

| decide the issue.

Here are the results briefly:
Barker of B.G. beat Brassing-

ridden by Douglas Smith, figished|4.., of Trinidad.

fast to take first place from the
filly Zina, starting 100 to 6 with
the French bred colt Valdesco
starting 28 to 9, yards away third
of 31 runners.

Grannum of Barbados

Ogle of B.G,

Pratt of Trinidad beat Walton line party would join with other

of Barbados.

Osborn cf B.G., beat Gitkes of

Kelling’s victory was the first Barbados,

for a Newmarket trained horse for
16 years. Drawn 25 of 31 starters,
this chestnut came late on the
scene, Smith timing his effort to
perfection.

It had looked as if the filly Zina,
ridden by the young 14-year-old
boy Lester Piggott who had been
earlier today suspended by the
stewards had the race in his poc-
ket, though she too had _ badly
drawn and was in position 30, but
she faltered and was challenged
in the last hundred yards by Kell-
ing and the French bred Valdesco.
all three passing the post almost
in 4 line,

The hot favourite Socrates, re-

garded as a certainty on
the book of form was well
drawn at the start and
gambled on to such an _ extent

that he started only 100 to 30, The
northern trained colt ran well for
one mile when he promised to win
but he faded badly in the last fur-
long. Kelling won his owner over
£3,000 by his victory, apart from
wagers which are understood to be
pretty substantial. The weather
was fine and the going was firm.
—Reuter.

THE SEXES

Howéver,
her



each lady will have
individual opponent at the
One point will be
scored for each singles _ victory
and one point for each four-ball
victory.

It is doubtful if as many as
eighteen women ever teed off at
Rockley on the same afternoon
before, so because of the large
field and because of the early
sunset it will be necessary for













SPORTS
WINDOW

WATER POLO

The Semi Final of the K.O
Competition takes place this
afternoon at the Barbados Aquatic
Club Play begins at 5 p.m
The games are, Snappers vs
Swordfish and Police vs. Bonitas
The match between Snappers
and Swordfish promises to be one
ot the highlights of the season,
for, of the six teams entered in
this competition, these two are
undoubtedly the strongest

The referee is Mr. W. Gibbs

HEAVYWEIGHT |
NOVICE

LONDON. |
Jamaican Ray Edwards made;
an unsuccessful bid fer heavy-|
weight boxing honours ut Lon-|
don’s Harringay Arena. This 24 |
year-old London postman entered |
Jack Solomon’s Novices Heavy-
weight Competition which sup-
ported—sometimes with comic re-
lief—the two British title fighi«
between Middleweights Randolph
Turpin and Aibert Finch and
Light-heavyweights Don Cockell
and Mark Hart.

Edwards knocked out lanky Ted | withdrawing
Pibel in the first round of the first| seriously threatened by Vietnam
series-—a victory which was nct] insurgents.

so much due to skill as to a stone

and a half advantage in weight] River valley where it overlooks
and the almost pathetic inexperi- | China, 4s the westernmost tip of
But in the|the new French defence line guard-
semi-final—he) ing the rich Tonkin rice delta.

ence of his opponent.
next series—the
was beaten on points by one Fred-

|

the final.



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BARBADOS ADVUCATE

Reds Ignore
U.S. Act |

(By NORMAN WILSON)
WASHINGTON, Oct. 26
The United States Government |

level with 1044 points|faces a long legal battle to enforce

its new internal security act de-
signed by Congress to bring the
Communist party to heel.

The United States Communist !
party has ignored the act and re-
to register within the 306
days’ time limit set down by Con- {|
gress, which expired on Monday. |

A statement issued by the New |

: York party Headquarters professed
beat}no interest in the expiration of |

{

the registration deadline, and said

people in working for repea! of
the act.

The next move is now up to the On Sale at BOOKERS’ (B’dos) Drug Stores Just use a féw drops
recporsiktitg, fap, tarorsanent 1 = sorenemmeresinnrrr,| a day... then see
oan oe wast GLOBE the diterenc!
the Department would | probathy| %
usk the subversive activities Con-| To-day, 5 and 8.30 p.m.—LAST SHOWS— Buy a bottle today!

trol Board for order declaring the |
party and certain Communist front) ¢

1%

organisations subversive and or-
dering them to register,

sae : Ror ANNY CAPE ions eis
If the registration issue is taken x TOMMY D. nal
to the board the question is ex- . DORSEY. KAYE ARMPERORG
pected fo bog down in a long ans AND
intricate legal battle. TRADE MARK
The Board must hold hearings | % STEP BY STEP a . tenga mach
and allow the accused association 1% Laurence Tierney—Anne Jeffers t- Con
right of counsel and cross exam!:1a- : urenee
tion. | Si ccpuantans: ~

The organisation then has the |
right to appeal to the Supreme
Court

—Reuter.



Civilians Leave
Laokay

SAIGON, Oct, 25

Civilians were voluntarily leav
ing Laokay an isolated key front-
ier post of the Indo-china frontie:
with Communist China, a Frencl
spokesman announced to-day.

French forces evacuated Khuon;
25 miles to the northwest two day:
ago he added, and the garrison wa:
to Laokay, itsel

Laokay, at the head of the Red



A spokesman said that military

die Powell, who went on to win|authorities had not ordered civil-
Edwards, who scaled|jan evacuation of Laokay, and nc

the first quartet to get away from | pearly 14 stone, has much to learn | girlift would be established as had

the No. 1 tee promptly at 1.45
p.m., the others following at
five-minute intervals.

The teams and the draw for
opponents and partners follow
the figures in parentheses indicat-
ing each player’s handicap:

Men f





Mrs. E. Vidmer (12) be B Wyteew (1)
_Mrs. B. Wilson (At) A Roles
2 eS

P. D. McDermott (11)

. Challenor (12)

A. Benjamin (14)
. S. Atwell (14)



Iversen a 7)
Toppin (19)





. V. King (24)
: Girling (24)

Mrs. I. Gooding (19) vs G
Mrs. G. Lamrock (7) vs J. O’Neai (13)
Miss F. Atwell (22) _ vs &.
Mrs. MecGivirin (?) vs N
Mrs. K. Hooper ao vs J:
Mrs. M. McDermott (31) vs S.
Miss B. Buchart (38) vs R, Norris (22
Miss W. Barnes (35) vs D. Cole (S) .
Mrs. D. Perkins (36) vs H
Mrs. .L. Iversen (36) vs K

Vyshinsky Should Call Off |

Red Action In Malaya
Says Eden

LONDON, Oct. 25
Anthony Eden suggested in
the House of Commons to-day
that Soviet Foreign Minister An-
drei Vyshinsky “who is now so
friendly” should call off Com-
munist operations in Malaya.
Eden, vepury Leader _ Oppo-
tion made the remark after the
abour pacifist Emerys Hughes
had urged the Government to
stop using bombers in Malaya.
The Colonial Secretary James
Griffiths said he preferred to
leave this question to the di-
rector of operations on the spot
} —Reuter,

N. Zealand Ex-Premier Ill

WELLINGTON, Oct. 25

Peter Fraser, Ex-Premier of
New Zealand and now opposition
leader, after being dangerously ill
for the past few days showed some
improvement to-day but his health
was still causing his colleagues
anxiety.

Fraser was admitted to hospital
three weeks ago suffering from
influenza and pleurisy. Last week
pneumonia set in with serious com-~-
plications.



—Reuter.






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South Two Spades. North
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1 a

limit raise % Pinree Hearts

and South bid Four. West
led @ K to dummy’s @ A, and
@Q followed. East won and
returned @ 10 to West's &Q,
and a third Club lead set up
8 in dummy as a master.
‘his defence made things
easy for South. who drew
trumps and then led @ J, dis-
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when West played low
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AUSSIES WILL SELL
200,000,000 BUSHELS
OF WHEAT

BRISBAN®, Oct. 25

Australia’s marketable whea.
crop this season was estimated a.
from 160,000,000 to 200,000,00t
bushels today.

This compared favourably with.
the ‘phenomenal yields” of the
past three years, Australian Wheat
Board Chairman J. S. Teasdale
said,

Heavy inquiries for wheat w

been done to take civilians from
the Caobang fortress.

The French air force yesterday
bombed Vietnam concentrations
in the Caobang area. The results
were not so far known, but it was
believed there were heavy Viet-
nam casualties. y

—Reuter.

Japs Building 9 Tankers

For Brazis
TOKYO, Oct, 24
Commander Andrade of the

Brazilian navy has arrived here
to supervise the building of nine

ere| tankers ordered by the Brazilian

being received from India, Italy, Government from Japanese ship

Egypt, Germany and Japan,

addition to Britain’s usual big de- | language paper.

mand he said.

in| builders, according to

an English
Commander An-

drade arrived here by a Pan-
—Reuter.

Longterm prospects for the in-| American clipper.

dustry could be regarded as fairly
good because of the increasing
populations in other
Teasdale added.

The Weather

TO-DAY
Sun Rises: 5.49 a.m,
Sun Sets: 5.38 p.m.
Moon (Last Quarter) Nov, 2
Lighting : 6.00 p.m.
High Water; 3.30 a.m., 3.06
p.m,

YESTERDAY
Rainfail (Codrington) .41 in.
Total for Month to Yester-

day : 9.22 ins.
Temperature (Max.) 85.5 °F
Temperature (Min.) 73.5 °F
Wind Direction (9 a.m.) E.
(3 p.m.) W.
Wind Velocity 6 miles per
hour
Barometer (9 a.m.) 29.887
(3 pam,) 29.835.

—Reuter.









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The remedy as was pointed out yesterday is to educate the young to the standard of conduct which they must observe on the public highway. No more effective agency can be found than the Cinema. If schools can provide time laudably for children to see "Hamlet." there can be no obstacle to ;ill*' vin ; time for films on road safety. Safety on th. "The MPs who have >**" the reporters' dining-room s^y n is far too good for you. said 5u Giles to r* "They wish lh*i great feature, achieved by pounds searching V-rcountry nnny subtle means. One is that on „ special glass for the *•< the floral scrolls In oak at eye it is rather like cathedra' *i level are on a finger scale than We looked uu when. those ten or 20 feel up. And when light streamed through the gleu ..,,.%  > w ... the glance reaches the roof, Ihe celling, which Is an oblong centre dining place had been knocks scrolls there are bold and sweepsupported by the gre.it wall down no that they oould have h mg so that everything carved beams "Watch." he said and a new one.' falls unnoticeably into perspecswitched off the lights. fell nine yo;i live At once the glass turned brown, chamber aiui "Every bit of moulding and """">' 5"***? '""? J"Pt"' inlv remarkahle lhc office, formerly two yw.which turns brown when Ihe from the gallery door of Uv hlte liaht goes out The Minis. SjT* i now_ten yards away. I had heord this incredible story some time ago from his *•* a i" lv snvs 1 ? a: x&s E1S. ^-yar> when I accompanied him round ** On. and V.rdy, of I,l|npon. Try ot Wo k" !" ld I. c 0 uld m. hi Not mu* toSflte for ^roSS! ^."H !" : """'"" nd '^c^" !" K"i?l. "* tctephon. bo, SS5* vere d Dignity Adrian Scott then showed mo waV'cut' on the -.. ihe design for ihe conference You take • great trunk and cut the telephi able In ihe Prime Minister's it in quarters from top to bottom, "nd you room The tabV top has inlays You lurn these pii >r different woods from each Doquarter them again _... minion and Colony in the Empire, result is not just ordinary planks d 33 In all The positioning and with the usual oak grain, but tim" graining of every piece of Inber with beautiful broad grainlay on the table was pencilled That the design by Sir Giles's get The oak Itself Is something J"* 1 in same alto is twice a* never before .-.cen in England It roomy Hows that: "Make the folding doors Of i-box open outward: have a little offio nd and inside," said Sir Giles. i The The Post Cfflco replied that Its >ora always opened inwards However. Sir Giles got his way nd that is going to be not the 'tcpensive. too. To least of the things for which k 20 feet without a shall remetnoer him. band knot Messrs John Ashworth, the For the first Umc in all there Adrian Scott jocularly said to Shropshire merchants, would, if years I have room to spread out Vardy. the head of the Ann* necessary, buy a whole wood to my notebook in a gallery tele"Your Joint* had better not secure Just one special tree for phone-box. Which Is thi open. this job. you look at even important archiVardy. with the dignity of the Mr. Rlehaid Stokes, the Mlnlecture, If that is where you d< oM craftsman, -etorted: ister of Works, said at a Press your work. "Vard'a joints never open. I reception in the new gallery —L.E.S. Men Rushing To Buy Six Suits At Onee Housewives, too, join in the big West End rush for wollen goods. A survey of 12 leading London stores reveal* soaring sales of women's and men's outerwear. wool underclothing, blankets, carpets, woolen furnishing materials. utility furs and knitting wools It is the male shopper who is leading the rush, scared by stories of woollen suits rising to £50 and the possible shortage of good utility clothes. Ever since increases in raw wool % %  rices were announced and it became clear that the cost of many woollen articles would rise, stores have reported Increased sales and more customers. Off The Peg One large store, catering for both men and women, reports more male customers than women through its doors during the last weeks. Men* suits are selling three times as many as normally, men who usually buy one suit are buying two. In some cases four, and many customers are ordering six or seven at a lime Instead of their usual one a season There Is a lendoncy, too, for the former made-to-measure customer to stock up with several good quality ready-to-wear suits off the Men's overcoats are selling in three times their normal numbers. Supplies of gaberdine raincoats and West of England dual-purpose coats cannot meet ihe demand. Many men who do not need new suits at present are laying in stocks of suit lengths, particularly medium-weight worsteds and suitings at £4—£7 B yard"We've never been so busy in the whole history of the store." reporls one women's coat buyer. The demand for lop utility coats is enormous and coats from wellknown houses are cleared almost as soon as they arc put on the stands. Many women now buy By EILEEN ASCRQFT two coats innead of one, an expensive model and a utility. Second demand from women is for woollen underwear. Best quality vests and panties are supplied on small quotas. and most stores have not been able to meet a quarter, of lhc demand. Buyer of a Bond Street lingerie department reporls an enormous sale of housecoats In pure wool, and says many shoppers tend to buy whole trousseaux these' days instead of one item only. In the gown department of the same store women are i rdcrlng as many a; Six wool dresses at a time, oblivious of future fashion changes. Blankets Boom So big has been the demand for wool coats, costumes and frocks in one shop that supplies have become a serious problem. "Difficulty these days the buyer told me, I) n< t to get customers but merchandise". Blankets are household topsoUen. A check on three of the biggest blanket department* in the West End reveals doubled vales and barely enough utility lo meet demand. Women know that when present stock> are exhausted prices are bound to rise. and unless the Beard of Trade raises the celling prices, stocks may become very scarce, as many manufacturers will not be able to produce within those prices and pay the enormously increased price for raw wool. I asked three women In the blanket section of an Oxford Street store why they were buying. The Urst said she was bu>ing routine replacements; the second; "My husband says pure wool will disappear at reasonable prices," and the third: "I don't really need them, but you neve know When the last war sturtc I had no stocks of anything" Fur Coats, Too The buyer of another store told me they had had to Institute an unofficial rationing scheme fo: blankets to prevent large buyim. up of utility for later resale. The same store reports very early Christmas buying of toys, caused by fear of rising prices, and bit sales of baby's wool layettes and pramsdue to possible future shortage of wool and metals. Utility fur coats have nevebeen In such demand. Won %  know that prices will shoot 00 after present stocks are exhausle i by as much as 40 per cent. One of the biggest fur stor in London has managed to me demands to date, but they hope It will ease soon, as future supplies arc uncertain. The managing director told me to-day that he prepared normal stock to lest the wliule winter, but when thrush started it was cleared i 10 days. Chief request is fo hard-wearing full-length coats. — And Carpets From the Strand come reports of a large increase in the sale of carpets. People who have postponed renewals since the war arthurrying to buy them now. And a KnighUbridKe store commetiu. that customers are laying stocks of knitting wools. Buyers on the whole are no* worried by this rush of public buying. After last year's warm winter and n bad. wot summer, they are glad to see businc:: brisk again. SuppUoa are thei biggest heartache, but at presen iney are able to asset most demands. And ihey all agiee in;-" money shortage Is an important brake on pann boarding. World Copywright Reserved SEA WELL Old And ftew THE old runway at Seawell. which has been in operation lor the past seven years without a Mrtoug M CifloaM of major repair*. is now completely ringed to air traffic. Since it was cut nine days ago, work has been ^oing on day and niyht on the initrsection, to speed up the completion of the new runway. When u is completed. Seawell will be "lamed as a Cl type airport. The classification >f aefodromes is based on two principal haracteristics, the basic length and the load liearinn capacity of the runway. The class t in .u iodrome is denoted by a capital letter indicating the basic knt'th of the runwav followed by a numerical index, indicating its load bearing capacity. An "A" class runway must not be less than 8.400 feet. A "B" class runway must not be less than 7.000 'cot and %  "C" not less than 5.900. etc. The new runway at Seawell is 6,000 feet *n.l haw .i load bearing of 100.000 pounds vhich makes its numerical Index I. G.E.C. Airfield lights are being installed n the new runway. It is a miniature of the lighting system at both Croydon and London Airports. These lights which .11 be used for night flying, are controlled by six small switches in the Control Tower There are one hundred lights in all and they are of various eclours. At the approach to the runway, i.e. three thousand feet before the runway proper, there are fifteen red lights. The beginning of the runway is marked by green lights across the threshold. For the first two thousand feet the lights along the edges of the runway are yellow, changing to white for the second two thousand feet. The final two thousand feet they are again yellow. The end of the runway like the beginning is marked by green lights across its widthLights along the taxi way and around the parking apron are blue. Trans Canada Airlines, which operates a weekly service here will no longer be able lo land at Seawell until the new runway is completed. T.C.A. planes will instead. terminate their schedule at Piarco Airport. Trinidad and passengers fo. Barbados will be flown over in B.W.I.A.'s Lockheed Lodestar 'planes. It is understood, that T.C.A. will bo increasing their number of scheduled flights to Barbados as soon as the new runway is finished. B.W.I. Airways" pilots, who have been using the completed portion of the new runway, which has been in operation since October 16. say that it is satisfactory from every point of view, and that its completion will make flying still safer into Barbados. Capt. F. W. "Junior" Farfan, the pilot who landed the first B.W.I.A. 'plane on the completed portion of the new runway, told the Advocate, that the airport manager. Squadron Leader Henderson, has more than met pilots using the airport halfway. Aerodrome Control, which is required by International Civil Aviation Organisation for each international aerodrome has beer, instituted by him. and speaking for all of the pilots. Capt. Farfan said they greatly appreciated the extra hours of "Flight Watch" that has been provided so often on the V.H.F., (very high frequency) band whenever there was interference on the route frequencies, or whenever the weathoi was bad. Pilots are sure that instructions and advice which they receive from the Seawell towei are accurately and conscientiously given b\ someone with experience, and they also expressed the co-operation and high sense oi duty that has been shown [hem by Squadror Leader Henderson. Before his appointment Capt. Farfan added, pilots got landing instructions from the Kadio Station at thi airport Capt. Farfan said that he had written the manager a personal letter to this effect. HOUSEHOLD CLEAINSERS and POLISHES AU'MINVM CLEANER HANI) SO-* l-E MLN/BED TILE 1'OUSII FmiNITURF: CREAM WINIHiW CI.KANER CARPET & HUG CLEANER I-AVATORY CLEANEB HARPIC — Small and Large VIM -Sirull and Large CMEMICO CLEANER (for Paint) SUGAR SOAP (for Paint I at WILKINSON & 1IAYNES CO., LTIX, Successors To C. S. PITCHER & CO. PHONES 1472 & 4687 NOW WITH INTERNATIONAL PAINTS and get QUALITY with ECONOMY A PAINT FOR BsYOfl JOB A JOB WELL DONE BY KAC1I PAINT. SEE US AND BE INTERNATIONAL M\OVlY A IO.. LTD—AGENTS. i OF SPECIAL INTEREST TO UPHOLSTERERS %VHI:\ owi.v uu iti >i ix i i Aim i! CLOTH wn.i. lo Ask for — OI II READERS S VV : closed, the boys nttll had a few hollies very well, which I helped Election* To Ihr Editor, Tht Advocate— SIR.—I have )ust arrived from Trinidad where I had the experience of my life during the campaign lor tht•tactton vl 18 memto enioy. Although we have some heavy words between candidates In our little i-tlnnd of Burbndos, yet, 1 am sure we could never descend to the level of thing* an I saw them Trinidad. Next year will be bers of lha Trinidad Legislature elections In Uiirbados Every .-Blunder Ihe new COnoUtbUon Canzen should *.how Interest In the didate* wore vililic.i b) .j-idiaffairs of his inland and come and dates, personal abuxi* was thrown vote Personal contact between at Ihem. their (rive* and even .-andidate and elector should be their children did nol frSCp the better Ihun it is at present The wicked tongue of thi would-be canvasser should be uu influential legislator. Stones, rotten egs. person who mixes regularly with tins, etc. were even r|jis>es. noi for election time distributed for as total stranger only, and should never he afraid to that Island, my coal still bears to stand up in public and make the murk of an egg which I r cn speech for his man. ceived on one occasion. It hap. ._..., pened one Sunday evening while stood In Trinidad and read I was listening to an address by )W tine article and advice to the one of the candidates, -tlierc were '%  overnmenl to make proper and three meetings held in thai vlcinconvenient arrangements fur the ity iD close proximity to each '<*lstrnUon of the people which I other—I heard some of the worst hope will be accepted things thjit could escape from human lips being spoken of a candidate and his family, then came two steel bands, rocks, rotten eggs, tins and bottles. 'A was too much for me so "I made height" ovel 1-xtn-rlenee I enjoyed *u* a lad) speaker In1 umli i stood was the wife of one of the %  andldates (by the way, he got OLD VOTER. Dinappointmenl To the Editor. The Advocate. BlAWGrMt minds think great, imd small minds think small!" Thta la on old, but true saying. I join with your excellent leading article in a recent Issue of In): she was very impressive and TOUi ni-wMJ.i|>eiin condemning ihe eloquent. On election day things action of a certain section of the were done in an orderly manner, people of si Knts in the sort of Although the rum shops wore reception they gave Governor ltlacktmrnc on his visit to that island. Happily all riant thinking and self-respecting West Indians strongly protest against such regrettable conduct. I am sure tha' Barbadians of all classes and creeds would dissociate themselves from this unseemly behaviour lo anyone furthermore Ills Majesty's Representative Such ICtlOn by irresponsible people cannot do West Indians nor any cause—however legitimate it might be — anything hut harm Every man deserves u chance to make good and wrong thing: will be made right in due course It only requires time and patience. Then why not give Governor Blackburnc a chance. St. Kitis. | must register my disappointment In you! GOOD CONDUCT. ProVinfrv To ihe Editor, The AdvoeaU*. SIR.—It is sheer pedantry on Ihe part of anyone to compare the school child In Ihe elementary schools in Barbados with his counterpart In England. Firstly, there is compulsory education in England while In Barbados, the chi'd comes to school when he likes; and anyone who has been associated with teaching In Barbados will test'fv lo the fact thai our backwards children are for the most part those whose attendances at school •re very poor Indeed Secondly, the schools in England are far belter equipped ti.an^'ppoit* of American and SouUi these in Barbados. To each school, Korean prisoners left to starve there Is a Mbrary and children an <* die i n a railroad train in a make the most use of the Ixoks tunnel, and the bodies of thosi. placed at their disposal. Not ens,Mrt 'y" 1 b > tht wa yly are books provided for ihe II a deplorable beyond words English chid bui maga/ines of lhat mls wholesale killing and evorv description are found In destruction should continue wher the 1 brary. Some of our children. * man y thousands on both side-i in Barlmdos hardlv ever Me tho hnve b** 11 sncrtliced and almost 'Advocate' 'he whole of Korea more or less lastly, and by no means legal Ul wl Would It not have been many of our ..adren ire po-^ible. as well as vastly desnstill sadly under-nourished, and jl 1 *'' lor *• u ulwl Nations tc as a result, thev find it difficult l ' n a n *" when well over the to concentrate 00 ever, Interesting 38th ParallelWith victory well matter Believe it or nol cliila s5ure dand for their Commander dren in England arc very' much *•• W £* "i touch with " % %  more nourished and looked .ifteGeneralissimo of than these in Barbadoi ind its political Head and persuade them lo cease lire in viev/ it the evident failure of their exploit and ihe hopelessness of their position? An attempt at "appeasement" after victory i.s ;i Koroa very different thine from cringing before a prer.anng aggressor swollen with pride and glob?' ambition and regardless of human rights or sufferings. "PUEIt" Aorra To Ihe EdWor, The 11snra SIR— The fighting in B*Mtna to become more fiei cruel, and the devastation oi course, more severe, to judge bv Renter's cables published In last Friday's paper i ,%  • some of ihe distressing phi..-. used"grim street fighting with McArthur broadcast a call suicide squads; American tr.ops cease fighting and surrender, or moving into the city (Pyongyang) "take the consequences." when under sniper fire and In the 'ace the fortunes of Ihe campaign of heavy machine giin dcf. nee changed but submission to such from behind barricades; ki'llng a peremptory summons is hard North Koreans in bloody skirwhen passions are hot and fresh, mishlng in the city's narrow Time and talk are needed. streets; tha wooden houses I think especially of the sacrlcrackling and burning.'' and so flee of so many brave and on. Then too there war* the precious young fellows In the I do not forget that Genera'. United Nations forces, kflltd, wounded, and missing, we an* told, and we do not yet knov, how many of our own Britist and Commonwealth young heroes or other helpers, why shouli such slaughter be permitted oi endured, not lo speak Of th expendilure of vast stores o' equipment and material supplies' It was natural and highly proM i ii I'II -ident Truman, in bl broadcast from San Francis o tc kpsjah proudly of ih.bravot? of hination' Aghtors, but that doM tvtl brim back she Oand to lie again an< restore them lo their mothers r>r wives and homes. It WM vital of course to faceup to the North Korean bruteand beat them, but the mcthoi was too costly and tragic to lh United Nations. Our young met are too precious and dear to us I suggest that when the Scoiril> Council called on the Nortr Koreans at the start to coast their attack and return behinr "heir own frontier it would havt lv better to fix .i time for such retirement and protnlsr them a couple of atomic bomb' if they refused. Surely that L' what the bomb-, should be ir •went aggresslor and breaches of int. %  order, or promptly and decisive!* punish those who begin such primitive Ind cruel enterprise F.G. October 24. 19S0. Ai!l,IN(,liii)t LEATHER CLOTH" AN i.v %  si \ III :.*-. > AMI it: II tin i: 11 vi in it ii.orii ion III S SI VIS AMI I AHS Your Inspection Invited &f DA COSTA & CC LTD. DRY GOODS DEPT. | fcfc • %  -VrtriW 5; ALL THAT IS BEST MAMS & IHTTHR Australian in Hants llxiiish Tin 11 uuI lbs. and 10 lbs. Table Butter In Packace. Table Butter in Tin TEA. BISCUITS Si cram (hoyn I'll-l'e.i t inChocolate u -, m'.Corrs t ream Blseulb. New /.t-.i!.i!ul rhrev (lrjnr Fruit GODDARDS %\§c MI in TOmUAY HERE'S THE LIST!! SPECIALS Kola Tonic. •! (ID prr botlle Steak and Kidney. 42c. per tin. Sultana Pudding*. 4*c. per tin Shoulders of I mil. 54c per lk> Kaislna Ite. per lb. A RIM PINCH Etta* uilh i.ul n BRAID RUM. bottle to-day



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TIH'RSriAT. OCTOBER 2t>, IK* % %  HARDADOS ADVOCATE PACE SI A I N CLASSIFIED ADS rlLCMlONC 230* F0U SAI.K AUTOMOTIVE %  •IIII.M xinns sra heed C/e IniN Wmlherhced Harold Waoiher %  USCELLANfcXHIS AJ-TLBB Am-*|i* A PC** Or. %  lb Grille, i Hnrtin Dial 4014 %  AND EMBROIDUy : Corn, to ague**.'* Park Hou*e tod %  *> Ihr ARTS CXAPTS Eahibitinn or tmbnldarr from Mea4*y o,u.., u >• *e larder •Wl > M lifll Ir.-. %  •> to v %  dally A4BMUI Od. Art.rle* to: %  ale and Order* taken ttMBl —4n BKRI \OAIN CUU1IW RALN COATS In PlaU* II M each Bile M O M BROADWAY MOMM WOP NOTICE m B i Mpm MSMSMM M i Michael. OlrU" School anil be n in ilu> undrnifwd up to ; 00 p Saturday. **lh October. ltH rai-lidatr* mual ba Iba da ugh i Paruhloner* in MrMtenad cireumalencr* and mual no! ba le*. lhan eight < %  < yeal nor more lhan twelve U year* of B_ on the 11.t July. 1B91. to ba proved by a Birth Ceitihcalc which mual eeeomThe Entrance Examination* lor I year IMI will ba h.ld al lha School _. 0.M a IF on ITth No.tmtn. and llh l*M ClrU of right %  BdM trr < %  • year, of aae will ba examined on Friday. ITIh Novatnbai %  in mi : i-'h. m*mm M itlnad i •Met MARKS Father Xmaa Mart". Monk'Fare Ha-ha. Diving Maeh*. Mirk... Mnuae Baloon*. out.a Limited On...ill of three St en way Store. Luca* Street Two hundred kmpt> Fat Tierce* Can ba aeen al tha Bob•rU' Manufacturing Co Ltd Govern mani Mill M '0 —n FOB RENT BUNGALOW Newly bulli alone thin%  atoW al Davrell* Road, ron*> of OlllOaP Applv Mr* C irtimphrey. Olll> Oap. or Telephone I4I U )" | %  HEATH FB£I-I> F.iitv furnlariao Phone I3M Mr. BHUSTONE-Wall IIM.M. Stetlo>. I.IU. St Michael. 3 badroama. mortar., convenience*. Oarage Applv R Qiaaon Ballon l.nr M 10 SO-Jn WANTED HELP ORGANIST for Boacobc! Church, v Peler Salary MO 00 par month Appl; to lha VloaT. Bcarobcl Vicarage, noi iebrr than October 11a) 14 10 so an rOUNO WOMANAge II -II lo make h**r*etf generally uapful In tbc hou*e %  rap In. food wage* Bang 000 MISCELLANEOUS BARBERS CHAIR m Goad Order < Slightly out of Repair C Planapi.Lni Sun way Store. Luca* SI Dial M ppry Advocate Binding; Uapt PIHLH SALES nin f lit i < .<.. I apply lo n.y oAVa lor applKa mi duilni ofBoa day* and hour* R I FRASER. Clarh to lha Vaatry. II John II 10 90 -In NOTICE -n NOTICE and Bills Ptoaaa *and to m. rail Plantation 21 IO M On NOTICE THE PUBLIC ii haraby nollltod Ih-it fiom Novatnbar lal tha -fTl l fln t'i Bond Cencrrtii „n HaaUnci Rock* will ba nina panca Inaiaad Of .l pmra Thu :raaa I* imavoMlabto du* lo lha Ini-rr.iwn ro*t of lha Polloa Band O C N1C1IOIJJ1. Sac'ly For lha Haatliura Rock* Clcr SIIIU -n AUCTION NOTICE PARISH UF ST PETER I application* are !.u*t be reiCe'eTTd Madl cal prariliianara Salary I* SKM SO p„ month plui UO 00 tor I he V D C'lrue from ISih March I0S1 3 Application* itatlna; aja and quill flcaltom ate. mual ba forwarded lo le undarUa-ned by January For further parllculara apply the undenifnad < the office d r.nj — Tfddav* from lo.oo am lo J rT.ur*da>a from 10 N I m to I Saifcday from 10 00 a m ir 12 noo Slsncd G. S COKHLN Vealry CtoT*. BY luatruction of the Rev Worrell I will aaU at SI. Mailhew* Girl** Schorl near HOTHERBAL TURNINO on Fr.day Itth. at 1 p m boarded ani tl.inajled hOUe* SO %  10 h I. with *hed. kltrhaai *aid outofflcp TO BE REMOVED. If required can be *old '" pjrla Terma Caah ARCtlDR Ml KENZIE. Aucitonear II 10 B0in | UNDER THE IVORY HAMMER | By Imrtructfonraeatved 1 will aaU of I %  rlday October ITIh at Maeara run lattona Ltd Ware Houie Bay Si real oppoalte Mcaara Cola Jr. Co Garaa 05 Basa Dark CryaUl Sugar Sale a TAKE NOTICE Hill CROSS" Thiil GENERAL MUX SALES INC a corpora I Ion of Ihe Slate of DeUi*aj< fiiiird Slatoa if America, whoaa UM or bu*inea* addraaa l> l Hector S'rec New York. State of New York. United resutration of a Irada mark In Perl "A" of Rafflaler In connect food product*, Including ... cheeae. *wetened condeneed mllK. if Ocloli, i P T VDfCSHT GRIFFITH. AucUonaer %  l-.BO—*n UNDER THE SILVER HAMMER TO-DAY Captain A J Pre** 1 Sale -t B-vnlev Brltton* Hill al II 30 o'clock BRANKER TROTMAN CO.. Aoirtlost>era. %  HaJ %  lift, REAL ESTATE "MON N1D" .iti,ale al Shot Hall near Yacht Club. Upper Ban SI atondlng oi I.0H iquare feel of land Tha houaa rorOama i>pen gallery. >ming. drawing and dining room*, two hadroaana. kllchanette and uaual o'" office* SerunK room and garage In yard Inipevtlnii every day (except Sund iv %  baiwaan a and 0 p nv or by appointment, dial SSM Tha above will be act up for aalc a' public competition al our office In LJCH %  I on Frldja* lha 3rd November IfOO •l P m CARRINOTON A SEA1.V Sollr I TO W The pro| rrty known a* The Maikrl Place*, alaadlng on 5.225 iquare feel of land at Orange Slirel. Speights town. St Petor Tha above property will ba aei up lor tale by Public Competition at our Office, Jamea Street, OB Prld nth October, law. at 1 p.m For inepacUon. apply to Mr. C. H. P. Jordan. S^pelghb r town YSAKWOOD BOYCV. Solicitor*. al Share* WEST TN1H A B UM MEFINERY UMTTEn ~0 .. BARBADOS M-HT-MSUPPLY CORPORATION LTD %  0 RADIO DtSTRIBUTIOrl (BARBADOS) LTD iPrel aranca El i 1T1 .. BARBADOS CO-OPEKA TTVECOTTOK FAT.TORV LTD The above iharaa will ba eel up to public eompeUtion al lha ofhee of Ihunderelf/nad on Friday next Ihe ITth dar of October I MO t_l p m CARSUNGTON RBAI.Y. Ica* STrr-rl a 21 10 •—an PERSONAL The public are hrratrv wanted BaTVlnil ftimg cradii to my wile tXM&Mf .xOfC mr Klnf. *i* I do IKM hold m %  II raaponalble lor her ar an.onr cI ntractlng any d*W or debt. %  m BUM in leeb* a wrlilen order ugi —d nv %  SCd KELVIN KIM'. Rew Rd Bank Hall. St Michael SJ in B) ; Tho public are hereby warned aaanat giving credit lo any perapn or paT*on" >lu>m>evar. in my name aa l do nobold mvaelf raopon.lble lor anyone contn-Mliui any debt or debt* In my nam* u-vlr*a by a written order -Igned by ma Bad Hill IIIW OBKAVEB. Brlghion. Black Rock. St Mlohael LOST IOI \M LOST WALLBT boat a keakaaaajj Haatii.gAnyonc giving Into SWBBVBTAKB TICKET Sartoa O -IVil Ftodar ptaajja raturm la Vmcent St IHU V-Mura. SI John. 20 10 0-ln pcratad aklmmad milk %  meetenad aklmmed milk. powdereo milk: mailed milk, itcriliaad cream uterllliad evaporalad cream, milk coir. pounda i.klmmed milk and vegetable fatal and Ice cream and will ba allllad lo r*lrtar the name alter p-.r.nUi from the Ekrd day of (Ktobar ItUC unleaa aome pemn ahall In tha meanUmr give notice In duplicate i rr.e at my office of oppoaltlon of fuel %  eglalraUon The trade mark can bi .in on .ppllcatlcn al my office Dated thi. 23rd day of October l*r-J H WILl-IAMS, Hrguirai of Trade Mark* =i .0 5o—an TAKE NOTICE T ha' CLARK AhtT) COMTANY, IJMlTElt. a PrIIWh Company, whoaa trade or biialnea* addreaa I* Anchor Mill*. Pal-ley. Olaagow. acolland hai applied for lha rrgUlratlon of a Irade mark in Prt -A" of Keg later in Ci m.action with vam* and threan* oi all kind, and -.11 be entitled to l*> gutei the aamc alh?r one month froir. the 33rd day of Oclobac 1*90 unlr*oma pvaon *h*ll In tha meantime Eivnotloa In duplicate to me al my ofi~ of oppoallton of aueh reglilralkm n Irade mark can be aeen on applicant al my office B. WILUAMS. Reflatrar of Tr.de M.u-k. M 10 5* Jn TAKE NOTICE REXWEAR LIMITED, a iirltKh Company, ' trade or builnr** addraaa la II M hull Street. Mancheatar. England, ha* applied lor Ihe tevieiration of a i'i I..JIR In Par! "A" of Regiater wl'h Piece good* wholly InLy of • Mip and i Including aheev. pillow cap— bnlrtaar ca**aa. blankela, and article* of clothing and will be entitled to regietar tha after one month from lha Efcrd di October 1050 unlc.. aome poraon in tha meantime give notice in duplicate to ma al my office of oppoaltlon of *uch regl-tratlon. The trade mark can be *aen on application I rny office Dated thi. lied day of October laa. H WILLIAM*. Rerjictrar "> Tra*fc Jfatka TAKE NOTICE I'MilM HMANN'S Thai KTANOAI.D BRANDS INCtH'PORATED. a corporation nrganlred and exiling under the law* ol male of Uela*jTe. whoae trade Wi Ma>ll*i>n AvrnilO. 1 .*1 Siatr* of America ha* ..I a irada man in P.rt A'* of RaVbdOT kg nacUon with .ill kind* of food* and g-edlcnl* of rood, and will lo ,ei. aAH IMO i 33rd day of October Ica* amw person ahall in trie meem.-igitv notice In duplicalr lo ma at my i.fflce of oppoiilion of aurh regtgiaiion The trade maafc can be *ean oh appu r-.lian al my office Dated thi* Sard day ol October 1KMR WHXJAMS RrgKlrar of Trade Mark* M -0 B0—3n OFFICIAL NOTICE IV. JUinl MT2CEKALD CL_\RKE Helni.U"! -i-nce oi .n Orda Court in tha above actkan made on th> Etnd day of Atafual. ISM. I g've noUrto all f aona havtng any feUto. rlgh — tn la ra p t k* or any lien or incum parce TAKE NOTICE "Tex-mad+" Thai DOMINION TEXTILE COMPANY LIMITED, a corporation of lie Dominion of Canada, whoaa U-ade . UM doellinghouaa and all and *liigu.laT other lha building* and erect ton* on Ihe aald paBtrel of land creeled npd buIR being with the iippunei. %  I %  ..mg Prkdav of II moon i. 1 o'clock In tha afternoon, at Ihe Offlr. of the Clerk of the AaagUnt Ourt of Appeal at Ihe Court Houae. BrMUatown. before Ihe 1*1 day of November US", in order lhal auch clalrna may be rank cd according to the nature and prtoriiv Ihereol reapectlvely. otherwlae *uch per win* lll be precluded from Ihe. benaf.t of Ihe *a*d Decree, and be de*.rived a* all claim on or agaln meanllme give notice In duplicate It ma at my office of oppoallton oi aic rcgialr.Uon Tha Irada mark can ba aaen on application at my office Dated thi* Ord dav of October lObD H WIIJJAMS Heglatrar of Trado Mark* M '0 90—*i TAKE NOTICE CAT AND NINE LIVES That UNION CAHBIDE AM) CAHHi> tiiHPOHATIOrl a corporation organ lard and ektatlng under the lav.. -1 Iba Stale of New York. Unatad siataa or Amerka whoaa trade or bmincaaddrraa I* 30 Ea*t. 42nd Street. Nr* York. New York. United Staleot America haa applied for the r ecl-traUun of a trade mark In Part "A" of Regi*t-i in ccnnecllon arlth elnri.i. dry bat Urlee and will ba entitled lo regt. lor IhO aame aflar one month Iron' Ihe 23rd day of October l*M> untou HIM peraon ahall in tha me.ntimglva notice In duplicate to me al my offira of oppoaltlon of *uih reglsiraiii" The trade mark can lie teen on appii cation at my office. Duled thl* Etrd dav ol Ocloh-c IkyK "lliuus Retialrar of Trade Mark* 3d 'll 50 Bfl TAKE NOTICE FAVORTTA That GENERAL MI1JC SAli-S. h. a corpora lion of lha Stale of Delaware. Untied Stale* of America. • ho*Irade or bu.lnru ad-lrena I* IF. Reclor Street. New York Slate of New York. United Slate* of America ha* appiled for tha re*tretlon of a traar mark in Part "A" of RegHtee in conned ton with all food pioiucta. In. ludliui rnllk. butler, cheew. aweatan ed condenied milk. iiniwrdrnM tva %  pore ted milk. evaporalad ahtmrned milk, condenaed vweeWned aklmmed ii-ilk. powdered milk, r.altod milk, alcn liaed cream. Ola rl Ju T ed avaporatad cre-mmllk compounda i*>immed milk an" vegetable fatal anc lea crcom and win be en II tied to reg later tha ame after one month from Ihe Urd day of October 1PM unlee* aome pei..ii, *hall in the meantime give notice in duplicate to ma at DV office ol oppoaltlon of auch re glalra lion Thf tr-Je mark can be aeen on *ppn of a irade rmirk in Pi rt A" of Rrgi.inr In cnnnccll-'n with *atna and thread, of all kind, and will be entitled to re-glater U. >*M after one month from the ard day of October IMO unlc aoena paraon ahall u> Ihe meantime gi>.IMdafO In duplicate to me at an uppuailton ol nirh re*Ji*lratmn ine trade mark can ba aaon on apulicaiion .1 II. %  Iiffit*Dated Ihla I3rd day of Oclot*r law H WtUJAMS. Regi-lrar of Trade Mark* 34 *• SO—3n Rosen Unable To Form New Israeli Cabinet TEL A V1V. Oct 25. i'rogrcseivo Party leBOVtr Piiuvau Rosen Chain Wriunann 10-dS] hi* had been unable to form %  new Cabinet. H arM ofnclally annuuiu-ed here The President began eonsuUaicaden. Rosen was chief mediator In the country %  11-day cabinet crisi* SHIPPING NOTICES MAO. NOTICES fn Thaaa naiU rut". __ ed. hard fr-ten and i a-go aceeplad on t k reuajb MB.'. Ih iran^ipcnaad at Tmoni BrlUeh Uula.a Winde..Foi further pnrtvruUr* applv FUBJ4EBS, WITHY k Co LM TRINIDAD, B W I St DA COSTA a Co v BH and St Kill* b> th' M V I.. BMH >t the Oaavacai Poal iHTVa* undei Parcai Man and Hasuteeeu Man M^l al 3 30 p in on llK)a> 17th October. IBM Mall* for Maminqifr. Oi Knglaitd and France b> Ihe S S Colombia Will be cloml at the lieie-.i Poat Office aa under Pared Mai. al p m ti Ihe 17th Oct.dier 'BW RegnMrrad Mall al 10 oi and OrdJnar Mail a) I* I* a m on Ihe BMh October IBM) HaPa SM Brillah liu.ana by the Srh -ill be t-liwed al th tle-.ei*' Boat Office .i under Parcel Mail. llegtMaed Mall and Ordinary Mali nl 1 30 p m TO-DAY bai IfOO M V T" Radar" will accept Careo and Paaaenoera for St I ucta tt Viiwrmt. Oirnada and \ruba Date of depaMure will Iw mitided Carao and Paaaengen for Don" men. Antigua. Montaerral. Nevi. and St. Kttu Sailing Friday oill accept t-argn and pMaengen far St Vincent. 91 Lurta. Oienada and Aruba Data of departure will he .-.lifted MY Caribbae" will accept Cargo aad Paaaangara for Dominica. Antigua, Monteerrat. Nevi and St Kltta Sailing Wi lal No' BOVRIL makes gOOs better good eook I'I III II NOTICES NIB ORLEANS gBB.OCB Mth Sepl 13th Oct RIB TOSS BBBM Vt. K. SIth Sept Mb Oct lth Oct Etrd Oct saorVBCi NOTICE < liiU Bead, leading to Cane Garden in the parish or St Joeeph. .. cloaed until further nonce alao Cocoanut leading to Spnnalteld. •• .knr-i i.mil further rtoilea Thaaa road* | have been danuged Uy recem heav> i %  ( ihe Chainiuan ol TIM. %  ivlMpaa.lUNFil >F HIOIIWAY*. %  n Joerph 3g 10 M-3n Name of Ship "AICOA PARTNER" "ALCOA PEGASUS" "ALCOA POl-ARIS" Ociobs-r HUi Octabaa 30th Novwnbar 10th NovendK-r loth Novonber IBh Nnvanwher Jb Noveavbar 3411 NneiiMr JTth Ihcenihe* lib NOBTHBOUHB 'ALCOA Itn \Ris Tfie-o veaaeli have limned I •t Per SI rconunodatlon Lawrence R.cer Port NOTICE I* her (Si, given lhal It la lha inlentto'i of the VrsU-i Of the parbvh uf Sain' M i>e introduoed into i .einUlv ol ihla Uland a Bill IhO -id Veatry M rai0 loan not exceeding (ii lo grai.i reIroaprctive pay to caiual emptovae* ak-1 %  i II nan ol Mae in M parlfh Such a loan to be reawMI by MR %  he flrat malalmenl of EM4> I-, iniipaH in uvi i. .i kk .. %  id parisi. E C RBDMAN. rfc. St Michael LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE Jan HathMIn aiul C.leeii Ot.mt.iw. hnldrr. i UogaaM No lOSS of IBM granted t. Aiiguitu* llutaon in reapect ol ihe bottr— foor of a I atoiay building al Ra Muharl. for permlulon lo Uaa i the fciid Liquor Llcenw at said prnrnuc*, I Ri-ed Street St Michael Dated thU Mth day of October. ISM To the Poll.. M.uj|.ti.l.D %  "A" Signed I MU4UUS. du Applli-iiil H B -Thl* application will be con i..e IO0 granted to Stephen Wright In re •pact of a boald and ahlngk* ahop witn ahed roof alla.hrd at Spooner* Hill. 8" Michael, for permitaton lo uae laid % %  a al a hoard end ahingl' %  hop M Iluh Hall Rt Muharl Datod thi* Mth da\ of October SM Tn Ihe police M. gi.tmle. Di-t A Signed VICTOR BKTVUHD AasdMaa N B Thl* appllroitm Will be c< •tdrrvd al %  Lueiuung Court lo ba hrl .1 PBttes Court I>i.irl.-t -A', on Fim., Ihe 3rd dav of Ni-mba. IBM, al E A MclXOD. Police Miutiatratr lli*l M.I0 80 My COUGH stopped at c nee I If ; o.-f BM -orlH ri Vi.MI1 CIHtJ *vl".liBf Vtt %  I J0 ." ..i Ii,..lun •aluJu. %  ii Hi URr now lf-pi .v> ic'im'i I •; ', ci.e. tlit — "icart and uifv aovuhc* id hi.nrici. 'it.brirgi yuu IsrcahingVENOS Iti'VRii KIVCS that extra Hnuur to all MHipa, picand asvourk-. AnJ nourixhmerit, too !-l"or Bovhl u the tonccntrstcd goodncM of beef Bovril i< abo i I-MV sandwich spread-and a cup of hot Bovril duty mikes you feel /iff** I \Rr VOI WOSnKRING HOW YOl"LL DIXIVFK AIX TIIOSF ORDERH Vou can fnd that hradariie h, ln\T-iUns tn a couple ..i t AHUM it t ll i is An rcunotnlral and cHirernl frrrm of delivery THE 0 I \iii\l IMWHIU \t (OBlral roundn Ltd. — IroprlrUani) < in of Broad and Tudor S|reet> 46 9 ROEBUCK STREET CITY Modern, Spacious and well limit C'ominei i-ial prnpertv on 2,488 S4. feet. Ideal for Bakei •. CrfOMryj 1 nivinuma. Bond. Etc upeii to URITS which mum %  <• submiltt d u> the Acnt. JOHN M. BL A DON AFS., F.VA. Phone 40 -:FMantallons' Bulldina REAL F-STATE AGENT — AUCTIONEER SURVEYOR OFFICIAL NOTICE BAKU AIM IS IN THE AS*L*TANT COURT OF APPEAL •Equitable JarladlctHm. MYRA 1.EHNOHA M.-CA MADALENE CONSTANt'E Orfeiul IN purauance ot an order in Court In' tha above action made a Mih dav of October. 'M0 I gl to all person* having ai or Intereat in or any Hen or lixumbra r Sec ting all lhat certain place or pa of land alluale al Kirtona m Ihe paim Of Salnl Philip and Idand aloresald ON | ,. iremenl lliree I twnily peri he* be Ihe umr. i •r lew. butting and bound irtg i-ndnow or tola of C UM on land* now nr lair f'.ppin deceaaad. on la i.le of M L McCarthy Public Road or howevar efaa acme inn. jlmtl .IHI bound, lo helore me an aecounl claim* with Ihelr %  n.w.aea.. documamlid vourhar*. lo be • %  anii'l I. on any Tueeday. or Friday bat* hnura of II inoam and 1 n'rktO In I afternoon, al the Offlie or lha Clark Ilia Aaatatant Court or Appeal ii., .... BrtBMIO 1 Jnl duv M Jannarv IVOl. In order Ih. lueh claim* may be rank I aerordi" to Ihe nature and prior" > thereof re %  pectlvety; otherwlae auch paaaona wi be pceeludid from the heiirnl of Ih raid Decree, and be deprived of al BBUS* Ml %  ml |>tperty Claim.nil. ar a'aa ....lifl.-l thai the> %  .-' Mm UM M i ..• i" w.in .1. IhO Hd day of January. HI o'clock a m wban BMB -JKI • ill be .iike.1 %  SM inv h.i-i tin. a nl October. IM*> I V Oil* TAKE NOTICE MARSHALL FABRICS Thai D MARSHALL a COMP LIMITED, a Brtti.fi Companv. Irade or burtnaaa addreae U I' Mlnahull Street. Manchaale.. Englana haa applied lor tha rasUtratkta a trade mark tn Parl Register in connection w good, wholly or mainly good* Including and nr tic lea entitled to regular lha month from Ihe Bbd dav ISM unleaa aome peraon •ball to thai meantime give notlre In duplicate M MM at my ofRee of oppoaltlon of nnn regkrtraUon Tha trade aua aaen on application at m> omcc Dated thia Elrd day of Octibar 1M0 M WUXIAMS. Rcgnirar of Trade Mark* i M 'S M—3n OFFICIAL SALE IIARRADOS IN THE ASSISTANT COURT OF APPBAL r>|iiitaii> JU1 i-l.i MYRA I.EONOIIA Mi< ARTHY Pi a mud MADAIJbNE CONSTANCE UA-NlrJ. Dofaw**MM NOTICE I* hereby given lhal by vbtue '.I an Order in Hie Aaairtanl Court of Afcpaal dated ine I4lli da, of Or lobe, aw. there will be —1 op In, -i r H He hlglirM bidder ..I the CM.....( ll.e Clerk of ine A*w.t I Uaa I ReBMS, IrtdsaSBe %  ii the aftaenoon on Friday ihr Pnlt Ii SB* of January. Irll all UM Ier0 *-r parrel ol lanO .ilu*le .11 K.n Bt of Salni Philip ani j wand lore*.ml cunlalnlng by adnieiBviiretnen* mnre or le.. buiiiog i.a boundlgia %  land, now or late ol C I rrtor MtaMMU, now or tola af J B Coaa>w,. .leer..-.! \irnl* Male )i>ur petrol ration su furiher by tilling a /n:'h C.t-h-irc-tei lit ine.ii u red and laulilct conifvil over ihe distribution of power, itt amiringrnn"itivcnet>4nd proved ilil> fulfil ill Ihr frduifrmcnt. %  >( the pcrfcii sJib.reitei No wonder Amih is lined !•> r,.e than 60*fe **" dw veoa-laa on ih,IOJJ t.la/ *SPWe can supply .... CARBURETTORS and REPLACEMENTS For all Popul.r Makes ECKSTEIN BROTHERS BAT STREET DIAL I %  '* PLANTATIONS LTD. The Best STOVE to own Is a FLORENCE OIL STOVE C'EfcVLV and MO.XOMIVAL You will be very pleased with your new FLORENCE STOVE and OVEN CITY GARAGE TRADING CO., LTD I ir tor in Vlrw/ Hriil, t 't"i> •>



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PAr.r srx HAMA0O3 ADVOCAYI TIU'RSDAV. OCTOBFR M. 1M* HENRY BY CARL ANDERS' MICKEY MOU-£ r WALT DISNEY ~p-i AT s TMB UkTfl NOT ss -vajuNiO -saa WMIX *-ON ^ BLONDIE BY CHIC YOUNG ALE-A-JOGP. H. v. MAM) CXM • BARS ANp B MSS i %  0>? FATHER CAT St>*3v. MOM7> ME MA<*3*' "MINT*! 1 ->gow no. K N roe IT* I*** TO PUT NOW.' IT'S *0C 'VA-4 I TWCUSHTrVMATLL I DO • I MW IB IT COULD 0C TXCHCO J" ^-J O rn. TAILS rr ovs7 ID THAT A.TTlt>T I MST LAT V*fKHAVM HI QAM IIP-P W .** RIP KIRBY BY ALEX RAYMOND J^SI (W 6TXL IN tV* ^oottauT.... 1'T WAN/T >ou to COM*. THE PHANTOM BY LEE FALK & RAY MOORES wee neeneAT "I r PIA WITH TONA 0< CCWBSf AMDCV £1 ;.:. %  |TOB-*WMATSTHA r W HEt IONPAV^KIP VAPPIN)*NTTUE HE'S MINE I ABOUT? JMMCMtEy. GOATS!! Does your Goat suffer from— Loss of Condition '.' Anaemia (pale gums) ? Diarrhoetic Conditions Y Any of these may be caused by WORMS! Control these Parasites with "PHENOVIS" BRAND PHENOTHIAZONE : AJ\ M.C.M. PRODUCT. Sole Importers aid Distributors in Barbados Messrs A. S. BRYDEN & SONS (B'dos) Ltd. ORIENTAL ROOM] (ArUcalea) <1 ROI*. jruKLLrr.Y. II kv Hi lUbla I>pnil Til A MS I't Wm. Ilrr. -i DIAL 146*. I on r l.rt-ru I tut/ Tailfl l.fitift, . LlMI i ooliiii and Rrlraahtoj a* a Breath of .-,.i .ii ; The Manufacture of Llanalrne, i.ii.i. work for Fellow Barbadians IB H e. at Yr Healer We Offer:MLcd VH*hi Table t• % % %  I lb Cook tn Built*. CM*H mm & SAMPSON LTD. Hr.ntquarl.rs For Best Rura FLYINC FISH CLUB HIH I" i>P*W lo mri.il.p-is t''*\ •nek day l'i'i"i. : %  I Mr hour. ui It uO A.M. b. 9M |> M km II. (OLONNAIH: STOREH J" In** (I i! i"^Tirr In Lukr* Alley will be vpeB. HAUOIVEEV iiscuits Pent 1'rotm Chees,lets 124 Peak Titan Plnybox Biacuitt 120 I'wuk Frcan Martini Craclnn 164 Crawford'* Ch?:: Straws 93 Cr a w 1 o r d' Club C h • M • Biscuits 138 Jacobs AlMrroon Ta BUcuits 1 40 Jacobs Cnxrm Crack" 152 Wesron Assorted Biscuits 50 Ovaltine, Milk Foods OvalltM 124 73 Tono 221 II* Matted Ovaltine Biscuits 43 Horliclcs Milk Liduno Sweet Milk Cocoa Extracts & Condiments Bovril 160 90 60 Bonoi (Beef Emract) 70 40 Maimite 97 60 32 Madras Curry 76 Bisto (For Gravies and Slew 33 Morton's Ground Spice 41 Celery Scut 30 Prepared Mustard 17 Corned Beef Cereal Canned Meats Lamb Tongues 70 Boiled Beef with Carrots C & B Breakfast Roll Wall's Oxford SousSwift Potted Meat Macaroni & Cheese Danish Cocktail Sausages Canned Fish Mayfair Red Salmon (halfl Chum Salmon Pilchards (Talto) Pilchards (t*l Mackerel Herrings in Tomato Sauce ... Kraft Fish Supreme 45 .. 51 Peanut Butter & Jams Peanut Butler 55 3c Apricot Jam (21b) QIJ Peach Jam (21b) fjo FiaJam(21bX 1 uieapplo Jam (21b) Hartley s Apricot Jam 45 Hartley's Strawberry Jam 6u Hartley's Raspberry Jam. Peanuts — Liqueurs, Wines, Beer, etc. Cointreau 600 325 D.O.M 571. Gllbey's Empire Red Port '!S2 13? Cilbey's 'nvahd Port Wine 183 152 Old Oloroso Sherry 216 Cilbey's Gin 250 Carlsbergs Beer 30 Vi Stout 30 'Z?'A liil In Our Meat Department Prime Australian Beef, all cuts HEARTS KIDNEYS ~ TAILS LIVER VEAL TRIPE X^T" N-lI i,/ ITLHIE £§k^! 8ra



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THURSDAY, OCTOBKR 2C, 1950 BABBADOt j MC ^#^t ATT Ti PAGE FIVE Stane Thnnving Draws Croud A URdi iiim it over |, OoodUi 11.00 a.m. lo s,v '.!. %  •lone throwing which is n %  : to have been goinj; on for trie past lour or live days It u alleged that these stoneare directed at the he u Wefcster A resident nf the dls: Uif Advo-a.itthat it takes plan especially al mid-day and 6.00 p.m By the time .i large >mall bcyi who ever* nore interested in myslvriou> sto 1 their lllllrh • From mid-ilj) until about I p.m. marly avar) ona Iaap4 m' rVi art louse but nothing h app tn od Durinfl 0 sornu of the crowd were by a sudden peal of Ihuone o'clock the went away. A Injit vendor. *ho was offerll.g golden tppJM and banana.' for sale, did u good the crowd. Some ol the cycles on the spot showed 11 marks of St Lucy rAd R M EMBERS of the YMC.A, ar* making the best possible UM oi their bwnporwy quarters for indoor games at Union Lodrfu. Nearly all the trees and grass hav already been cleured Irom tin lands of -Wakcneld," Pinfold Street, which wil be the new Headquarters of the "V The old Y.M.CA. an by Chelsea Garage and they are converting the bi tiding into a garage and service station while a parking urea will be at the back Labourers were busy | knocking down the wiU that surrounded the old "V". corner at 1'inMd Street aril] in i when this hi %  T Ht BARBADOS TIRr I LOB was yostarda) selling Series I BB of the J/. SWO p for the November meeting 'I he amount rri First Prize money so far is $20,944.00 and it if expected that' Series FF will be fold'before the i iirst no* da) The dub is at present selling one S*rles ahead of I this Ume lost year. T BUTTON NURSES of the (ienernl Hospital pa* Final State examn alions: They are: R. Allcyne, A, Allevne. V Bryant. <;. Tudor, O. Tavlor, M. Bentham. O. Worrell, E. aU-Lcod. J. Hope, M. Gibson. L. Jacknum. II. Rumsay, and V. M.issi.ili Those passing the ['-. Btata axaminatloni wora: il. Henton. c CoUymore, B v | Gibbon!*, v Griffith J Hi Groenidge, I). Waitress, B. Edey. 1* CHttana, J Bol -its. I. Welch, %  C. Bennett, and S Osbourne. '-T'lll. MOHIII CINEMA will %  give a show at Indian around School pasture, St. Peter, at 7.30 o'cl ock tonight 'y*HK I'OI.Ki: BAND will pla) JB> for a Cl l.ukes Boys' S-b Bl I U I i 8 o'clock tonight C H 11 JKMMfll I St Jamas, rep. rtod to tha Police that a typewrit 178, wag l !,, his motor car S—194 while il was parkeel at Trafalgar Square on Monday. H I BUM' lit Is..N stltution Road rvDorti %  qiiimtity of clothing I $76.39 was removed from h: home on Monday. M L HARRISON Of Black Rock, reported thai someone stole a motor car battery valued |43 brotn Ml car M—780 while || ti| BB at fbntabolla on rua day. A FIRE ..r HI broke out nt 1 u*ll,. Oulhr il 5.30 pm. or ToI the eastern CORK nn ( ) jhinplrd house IP in x H feet. It is the proper! Hnvne The Fire Brt| V lo find that UM Sn put nut. T WENTY MM --. r \ R-OI.1I Irla B of & ndmiltid and detained at lha Oner,I Mo pita] 0 I X night sn fie ii on her hands. Bishop said she was pumping I don when I SpUll of (lame burned her hands OXI.Y PI AY4.IIOI Mt 347|jp a ^ QQf I Charged TfHI, Maill]oesij einTTie(l r/ "' /,: H, '" ,, "" lv <' .0. £ i PJ ini g' '' i i s l>arcrl coi^, i y^^j im yox ssaanMnfii .aster plaee ntrnns rt iu 4 um ., ... TITIS PICTVBE fee— tfuu. Uwn • 3fi6 girls on the roll. Th* bnildmg .down ws nn Inftnt School. It can accommodnt* 3^0. Producer MustHold The Reins Mr CHARLES THOMAS, the IJntish Drama Leagui ol 960 Children On One Lawn T'dad'a New Constitution TWO SCHOOLS, the Westburv Intuit* School no the Wcsthury Junior School in Wcslhiuv Road recently been renovated a,id cxtendc \ S'il.oOO for exlcnslonl ,m) n'ni.\.iiiiii. haa i^vn ix.iii M| MCOmmodaW 320 chiltlrrn and llM j Junior Scrn.ul. an yrl uiux-cuptfl. I Has Good Chance .JdSS '" -~ ~* "• "", -SIR GEORGE SEEL SIR GEORGE SEEL, B*Bd of the Colonial Develops. Welfare Organisation in the Wa*| Indlex. told the Advocair day that he feels thai Trlnidaa with its new Constitution has full opportunity to settle its own internal business, and that no one tan say nc w that Great Britain ii unwilling to hand over to Colonial people the control o" their own affairs Sir Geore who attended the opening of Trinidad's new l^xis lalive Council sa|<| he had beet |,uriicularly l-,l tn bt M ml bacaUM when he was in tin Colonint Office he had %  i.-itcrested In the IW|Ottatloru leading up to the adoption of the new Cor.fltlhjti on been tandlcd at WnJlrtsq'ip.rtOMn.a! UM .r.-alu^a, ^^ ~ !" „. to EeKland received ti^,, h xAm Iq y„.. ,. very .pace,,,, „, ,^,",^.,,1,, K-iii""! ... ,„, Zmmmti at lived in Barbados on Octobei lacturar of the British Co unc i l spoke to an audience a< on Tuaadaji evening n "PJaj Prodia I He eoacantratad on the actual functions of the producer and outlined his duties, particularly %  i tec of th-> preUmuun work which a producer would need ti put tn before starting on rehearsals Ha spoke aleo about Lha duties 'A like other officers apart from the producer, such as the stagemanayei. the designer and the electrician. All these, he said, must work cloealy with the producer rn the early stages before the play noes to rehearsals at all that lasting shou'd be antlrely In the hands of ihc produot rathat than a commltteand that brought him to the suhiect of rehearsals "In my view, Id the rtlanoni I lUceT and hi Quid be VOIA much the thai "i lha conductor t*> 1 .i No BullviNiHc must ;neloai about wha". he wants and he must always remain 'n command; but he must. no tinje. -emember that i %  i> dealini with sensitive human being* fn>m whom ho will gel no il. 'llvinc. LSI hold the reins, as It I tha tuna but ha nuat : lhani taut He %  i rnornanti whan incan Blacken his grip. Al i ve all he niust sec to it that ha brings out the best in his %  he should. way, encourage them 10 uwn imagine Next Tuesday Mr. Thomas will v.-i it tha tta#a should b** _. in auditorum and as beln wr V ^""* !" K to th l tear an idea as he can with blackboard illustrations, of the kind of "Little Theatre" which ha not on'y feels that urgently needs, but Which he wa.* perfectly convinced. was within the bounds of posslbilil> 1 ll %  :v. .it t, v ii th' dJ Taomas will | point out. Il due. not so much tn ia hil .ippixarh to his art General. lie had impressed ihc opening cereBBOny, ."Sir Ueorge said He tnougni that the (list day'i' prooaadinia the i aflila n serves r I uini Held for tha two %  chooia .ind when the Junior School Ij occupied it means tnat M0 eliil dran aril) nave to play on tnl small apneev ThirVN -one toilets are avanabl • lot UM WWI children When the Advocate' visited the Infants' School this week there were 36 n. a building to accommodated 320. In Class VII the girU were doing arithmetic under the supervision of lhen mistress Miss Audrey Danny The girls in i las* V were working on Longfellow's poem "A Paalro of l-ife" In tinother classes the children aera netting aim taking English lessons but as soon as the Advoctita repreaentollve reached the acond Itoeev the infants were saying their ptayers before going out for lunch Lunch is served dally by Miss M. Johnson. It la • ool drinks ami cakes The U, v Ibf Tj.-tt„ )u been rev, | lh^-,rf, ^ m A( 1 '', ArJlun: :su=iu — — Sis. I hv f II.„ ,„, n % acknow.^r Uf lo „. £!•' '>"HOJ Cfbnuunil roi An I %  1)( ,„ H k ,/ m m \,, ornciai \,„ t r 10 j tv th amount f^PfWJoaiob ftniwin.*, hj the p,..i| .„. ,.,| 0 1 haf^w.t, ,„.,., | „ .. Y I '*! V I "" *OTVWI(ll K. S.t'AVpTY/^^VN'BWE. „,_ a W'ta '-.. %  i be Be< L ll.Hh.nl %  Bridgetc, Burbadot; October w Hi H t I ll. Worship M A I H KanacheU wtUl '.•* %  larceny of \.nds >atlued al HS 13 9 and the trap* ** ii Mussoii •%. •I %  •J5 1 The -t-U when i>i-c*Mittd in i re s boxe* ihrsrest -and H.P.C. WUklneora when the jmrlindnajry hesrmf vv-as itarli'd >p.teriay. [UnM "rv rrmarded i mil Kovembaker i st ii.'iii'i is prosecutinaz '<> thipolice. M>'For Woundiiif* A, FINE of 40 iil 3 reatri i be paid In n days %  -t m default; %  i !-.<. .nn'1,1 wa HMM i on Rrrfaie I *wnej o' Btek v ti .i II \ Talma •• irni hell alto of bW-kwltl, *-;•:. % % %  The (pfTenc-' sas ronmlli"l ot | katen IT : Ovopped Bag Ami K; n LLOVD ATWILL Bap a la Bntu N atxeacl !%  coat q Hi, Wot hip Mr 11 vanertlu ehai no .\..f Had ullty >f lha unlawful ponesdon ol i I uanilt) ^i uupn i we '.-i in p.C Besmrki aha n* v •or the prom'Ution. m aixtai llntid and saw Atwel .i ba| im-) %  i' | i ...ii ti Atwell %  oa v i-> notrerj IM from him ,' .1stHin l"' i %  -. •• hei! abou two feet from Wm he >ruppe*lthi tg and ran Overloading Cost 15'WKS y\ 0QWAR1 ..i> ii DrOVe SI Joseph \va fount niiltv ttf overloading the bU'O-7' lt.it imrk S'.'t ot. s;>piembei' 7 I hi 'Worship Mr. M A. Talma %  vjt heard and I'll.iv,m in 14 tnvsor 0M monlh'i. in'iiio"i<' t %  a %  %  %  %  %  %  M*ND %  PUPINA CHOWS •.•/.'.W.V-V.',',V,',W.V.'/AVMW DON'T MISS i THIS OPPORTUNITY!! 1 HOUSE TO HOUSE been very planntu ai'd very well carried Mill and that they *-ere a fitting start to a now •• %  constitution}] development. Sir George described Trinidad visitor. There was amount of new wiv. and then great problems lha (leading of which ,tioi.l. the new Legislature and the K>.''cutlve Council would have thvlF COrh cut out. He saw DO PM %  >•'. >*hy these problems could not I < olved if the task was approach-tith a sense of responsibility and co-operative spirit. He had been very glad for the opportunity of meeting ntpre an! tives from some of the other islands, although he regretted that AT the request of |he HOUM' ve Council h.oi I Assembly the following telegram a considr. jljlicommercial acliwere alsr, such Housing, with nl by lit' Excellency tl. Q vvrrroT to ihc Speaker of 'he House of Cotiunons. "Th, IserhadOl House of Assembly desire, oti the eve of the opening of the new House of Commons, to express its appreciation of the historic occasion and to convey a message of the i.uodwill of '! people of this ancient and loyal Colony to the |>cupU> of the United Kingdom." DEBATE TO-NIGHT Ku Cultural Group The Fox Cultural Group will sponsor a debate at the Club .m, Garden. St James at 7 30 o clock tonight. The subject for debate will be •That women should havt equal rights with men". Leading the debate will be Mr. I l: nn .%  .vho will be sc'. IT, del l>v Mr. Abram Osbournt. The ..pposers will be Mr V> I'.-i/.. and Mr Hen Hlnckma ,, -y^-CJiav not Ufa inci u rSJSVS "o b*d,n m, Nn' I "'"i';,*2-il=li'-'. clone a dw „ ,„„ ,„„,„, B p ,,,| Guiana. l l U;io vov ^ ,..-...,(. Cm&ajiu ,rt,.l| u ,-a.a thai .(.:*..,.,.,,, M ., neaped M,ni wMa,!. Ml on lo^nU ,, T .., ., htV lK1.1l "a^lK!" *}"*<*> Uoran.m %  Vj5ir n iSi.-i !" ->i.a .•.-.. rt.i. only expen, „ ^, 'S ^ wov< ,„? I Tha Tin,,* ^ v „„„ (| ,. de I u la.ae pa, w ,„ ,| 1 — „ „^. Mi'fnssrs Sfmipfwd To Cunt till. TAKING IP 1 .'"' ron llai padoi lo. .'... aid cil w.i tl.. I.MI .".. AmMlcan ..eama.ilp alow I'.'.afato. The nolasaoa will la' .Webo. Ti...1' i!r. a. Bard and Aontn ..i The Alcoa ivi/iimu. .... lain Morgan irrlvaccl nan (ran. BiUifh < i.iitn.. on T>. 1 .iiim I 1 !ovr tx.rt l|,.,T I... I 1010 ....... > 23 LEAVE FOR Uk rwenty-thrte p ee — %  1 1 ;,• I flto vmtei x I,,1 Sou mi|it..... Knglaritl. arrlv %  • %  %  • •• > i"flnldad The Gol/li dropped 1 Carilale Baj il ibotag J" "m ,,i toft poil iround 12 i p.m The CuM -i %  1 %  icall) U< M. %  R Lira I H Ltd GREY FLANNEL PANTS *f£ at $14.00 and $15.40 pair ;I GREY WORSTED at $18.00 pair WHITE LINEN at $11.59 pair i; WHITE & KHAKI DRILL ;; at $5.47 pair L HARRISONS-BROAD ST. DIAL 2664 ,'--,'. ,'. .',*,',','/.'/.',V.V.'.'V/At<*V/*W*''' '• ...,v""'' — MARBLES and PISTOLS iCAWJf^ ROBERTS & CO.—DIAL 330^Sh-mlg %l Mil Mothers trust /hmous /cum MUKl Remember, when you buy milk, that babies and children need the brtt. A*k for k I IM, and until restrictions are cased, use carefully (he Kl IM )-*•,*nl|{V, witli'-ui LULIW ninny "t* m I" I'rn itestly fifty yun *iwom*n ha- IM-PII rii-i-iinu ilm arlualK.n .'W*fV — *V a*ti* ph'tit V "f irM.lrrdi .ill \|..-.|II.. food and by (ikiK L>r. CKatr's Nerve Fooll"lUil BOX 4oj, FJRIIXsETOWN, BARBADOS THEY'RE PAIRED TO PROTECT YOU •HViS FLUID AND JEYPINE F'uid. of course. k-. all .ten tamoiiAnd now tharo'l Jivpir.i i


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TACK TWO BARBADOS ADVOCATE THURSDAY. OtTOBKR M, ItM Ccuiib Calling %  WR JEAN MARIE. Pres.det.1 Jrl of the Compagme Generale TranxaiUin.iquc gave a oockta'l Darty on board the French Lumirv I.ilKr Ctl-nMr • inviil xi\r uivttM lUCSta * H'%  rucalK i \ha Onvtrnat and Mra S.-vat-. Sir Allan and Idd* Ca.bn-.rr. lha Kon-M* I— "1 BlRf-op Mr and Hi > r r P1*M. Honblc and Mr* E I Petrt*. Han'blr and Mr* R CHalH^ar Mi and Mr. C II Adam*, torni-in] II . T'ii*itn#i Sir Edward Crt. Honblc V O Gal*. Major naniil* Vaufrtan. Mr and Mr* H S Mr >nd Mr. T I P >H/ i Mr* OaroW~ art. K T R T nap in. Dr am .*>. (VI -• Mr. .-< J K Wll* MlSC Mr. and M>. .1 K rtaddrr. Mi -i.d Mr. K R M.-Kffuia. Dr •-> Mr1 V Ml .. .1 Mr. A I. I IVtialaa Mr D A Uiciv-anUtn. Mr and Mr* A V M-rarv Mr and Mr. I. Conduit. Mr and Mr* I H Da'trf*. Mr and Mi> F A H—nop Mr and Mr* J Nib. -. %  *., Mr am) Mr W H Grarmum. Mr and Mr. C A L Gale. Dr and Mi. r N (.rannum. Mr and Mr* I. B Cftilin.. Mr and Mn K R C ro.tar. Mr and Mrs I. M Mm Bgg mi H C M £* &f TT""" Might 1 *ugpr*t madam makei up her Una before the price 0 aoet rp f On Six Months' Holiday R EV After Six Months M ISS JOAN SMITH, daughter ot Mr. and Mrs. J N Smiir of -Melwi". Ha*ung*. retunieJ from England yesterday evening in the French SS "Coiombif" after spending six months' holiShe toW Carib that during her holiday she was able to visit Scotland. Prance and SwiUerland Miss Smith U attached to the staff of the Development and Weifare Organisation Spent Four Months H ON. F C. HLTSON, partnei of the firm of D.M Smv>wn and] Co.. and Mrs Hutson, returned on the S3. "Colombie" Yesterday from England after an absence of four months on holiday. While in the U.K.. they visited their two children Michael who Ig studying engineering at George Fletcher's in Derby and Philippa who Is doing nursing at St. Jar U.ve Prior To Retirement! "•*• Fpo ~ ***** L CegaaniUee 'rdi.* ior England ^-^lOHOrtTLY after the Kieiu-h luxI. E M V James, Chief n,' & ury liner "Colombie" anchorH A Problem! *THE lillle children who batho Hospital E NEW. M^tar of &J%^ % K p £S* n .^ £ E RouU To Dominica S' A £* k iJ? 0r vUn ^ E * • eMOn nft *•" undeiO EV ATHERTON DID1CR. a Church andI Mrs New left yesterway, boys who go out diving se. IV Methodist Minuter wt day on the SS Goiflto for eggs come in ove. the reef uf! nation has been In Jamaica IOI England where they will spend the Hasting* Rocks and break SO me years. Is spending a fe• day* *.x months noliday !?*• %  • lust •here the children ln Antigua en route to his ho.ni They have been living m the bathe Most of the tiny tots have „, rwnlnlca whete he a West indies foi the past five years had to stop bathing there for fear _i,n h „ -,„.,, Mr \i^, K ., uurin* which time Rev. New of getting sea ess prickle* in !" ?„ irkOU * ' %  emm worked in St. Crolx, Tobago and their feel and hands. Trinidad. This is now their first When the children's nurses ask "Hiirrinprwiir" visit back home since then. J -the boya to go a little lower down mDC ""f %  %  c T !" !" .. r, and break the shells, they receive M 1 ^ DKlAA MACDONALp Prior to ccmirrjj to the Wee* abuse. lT the producer of -WeatheiIndies. Rev. New spent some tin | wise." a comedy in two scenes by m the west part of India in eonMay Settle Here Noel Coward, which ran for three necUon with the Moravian Wont mj|RS VICTOR LEWIS and her '*hU there. 1V1 daughter Betty arrived from ' During his absence in the St Lucia by B.W.I.A. on Tuesday !" s United Kingdom, the work at and are .staving with Mrs I-rwm' Roebuck Street will be conducted mother-, Mrs. N. F. by the Rev. D. C Moore of Sharn Lawrence Gap. yr-sterd. Jarnee, Chief U i :i He i now on rav prior to retirement at lha. nd of the year. Dunn* his :hort ,it> in Barba loa. he was a guest at the Ocea.t iew HoUri. Left For Home ON V C BIRD. BBLL4 Antigua who attended the opening ceremony of the lA'gishttive Council of the new constitution of Trinidad and Tot-ago. _•• In Barbados for .. FM day> fp rasj*JS) to AnUjjua Hsj affl i % %  : %  i ...Igf|as BSstgSJ in I. W I \ I.w AntlKUa Intransil MKANSIT Is going abroad shortly to study. Those taking pa" are all clu< Saturday S Fair Mrs Lmi| *m be remaining members and the proceeds are i l.ere until her husband returns, aid of repairs *7 the club hous f~\N SATURDAY October 28. the B nd she told Carib that they will which like everywhere else di VX Ursuline Convent are havprobably settle here not escape the hurricane Mb ing their annual Fair, which colYVlfc Of Bahamas Speaker Wainwright made her appearanc lects funds to provide children of N i„ ndon ()tl h ._ nrsi lli to on the stage for the first time a SI. Patrick'. School In Jemmotl's |_ £z£fi? t ^ Mrs A $ SJih ^"^ Warple and was excellent I-ane with a daily meal and help „_,, Z-h !" taimtai^ u "isiltW Mr Edward Scott Johnston a. na, 0 ,..n the running of the of \ ht ^J^HoL of A^S' ***** WHUUer an old famil. school b ^ Thpy have both gom ovrP 0 friend was also very outstandi Italaon and the Police •*"! *V2!?! jJ 1 "** ^" l8WnE ^ **" Capt. House of Commons. Mrs PrilchBe". Margaret Foote. Essl Marjori u,.; u,ni h-i-Hian thai .nn.~ nous* oi uummuiu. Mrs r*nictilll, !" U*t -ww !" !" -.j.Sh SS, !££* S ihLrJ ^\\ rd *Nver-haired. modest. U of Rosa. Dalmer Dew. Peter Char ff!??£j3 ll waLA ,, 2L W £ Eng.sh drent-her forefather, lot, an d Jack Foote .11 of whim be the usual Wheel of Fortune. efI !he hWor|c ( |tv Q p^^ QMr v(rry wcU Hoop-la and try-your-luck stalls 1M ag0 u ^.^ ,„ xhe lneM Euie f ^ bnX hnown y Resides there needlework ami Bahamas. Needless to say. her Antigua, and when she is takm handicraft work, done by the chlln^ v uit outside London was to „rt one alwavs has the incline dren of St Patrick's during the we her "home town". t P on lo RO and SC e what nei 5r&3E£m # ggaAjgL 3^ *-& m BWkH lrdo Ulll. Junlo. u,l 1V1 Dlrwlor of Agrlcullur. .nd nd .! •WVhn• '"' Anils.. h.ve hi. quol. ot lc cmim Mr Edward M.rlln Aclln, Supl --Id b. 'HumcanewlM •nd cokM while he vll. ol Aurkulture. Anllnua. have — n n Slurdv wery Ball. By .!• Ilmc hnone lo Jamaica a. Antirua'. J*~, n 'y <"", Un a,lur ", > Is through his molhor wl... rcrosenlallvsa al Ihc Sugar TechT.HF. l*dj Rodn, is due Iron. wlU be tired or "Ironingbehind nologlat Conference. Mr. George 1 North on Saturday anc him will be quite ready for a cup Warren Chemlat of the Antigua leave! the lame day ror St. TOof tea and cake! Sugar Factory will abut be there cent. Grenada. Trinidad and ma BOOK YOUR SEATS at THE EMPIRE THEATRE (TWO BOX OFFICES) TO-MORROW 8 a.m. (CONTINUING DAILY) : for "BLITHE SPIRIT A BARBADOS DRAMATIC CLUB PRODUCTION Under tht Distinguished Patronage of His Excellency tht Governor Carlisle Bay yesterday ever n.g, Mr AC Boyce. Honora'.> Treasurer of .the Barbados Publicity Committae, presented eight baskets of flowers coriUininK gerberas. anthurium lilies and orchids to the wives of many prornine.it I*I>I>I' who were travelling on thd ship in addition to one to Captam Garrigue and Ihe Officers of Uie \.ajaj Kach basket had a lag on it with <;reetings and Beat Wishes from the Barbados Publicity Committee and the people of Barbados The ladies who received the flowers were Mrs Jean Marie. Ire of the President of ComK rile Generate Transatiantique. r*. J. Ramorony. wife of tii Prasudent of the FretKh Merchant Mann-, Commission al the French Parliament. Mrs Abrt Durand, the President of tho French Merchant Marine Commission at the Republic Council Mrs F Lachesnez-Hcude. wife of the Director General of the French Line for th* entne Carltaarea. Mrs Lamer, wife of Ihe Secretary General of the French Line. Mrs G Philipson, wife of the Prefect of Gaudelouoo and Mrs C Lajgret, wife of th Prefect of Martinique Back From U.K. L T COL and Mrv O. i were among the passengers who arrived from England on tin "Citlomble" yesterday. TA Col Conneil left here U July with the Barbados Rill team for Bisley and stayed OViall*b P"iaio anJ rnlon* ahatl tha A4vnral* t-narMol rMrnliv .nr S*isll' pataaaaa IS *nla par l. OaBjaaj is atsssa %  > B.B.C. RADIO PROGRAMME TMIUD*V. onrroaaa issl it p in Radio Newsraei. I SO p m Bay'a a l^usti. P " *"• N": > >J p in Homa Haws from Britain. I 1* p m Spurt. Hwlaw. S SO a m BiK up U^ Curtain. IS p* Bound Britain Quit; 4pm TM N-ws. IS EMPIRE THEATRE STARTING TO-MOHHOW 2.30 A 8.30 P.M. AU-Wunnah Dunspeak PictoNuh? lX)NDON, British portrait painter Jobi Edward Williams claim* th %  •Tower of Babel has been overthrown" by Ms new international lansruaffe-Picto Williams said that his new world language Is 90 per cen< readable at sight by all European* He asserted also it is far met* effective than Esperanto or other predecesaors mainly because It can be understood with the aid of short hey by people who lu^ never seen the language before. The following examples, sain Williams, show how easily the language can be learned with Ihej aid of the master keywords; Lmigdifitano. in uunoinkultui tentori. vivad un primitlv race j (Far away, in an unknown land, there lived a savage race.) Inlismaner vus vivad. no miti cxliuu, add vusez viva bin la viv de vusex pnorpapas. (Thus the lived, not unhappily, antl the life was the life of thei forefathers.) Picto, Williams asaerted. wiU for the tiist time in history, make it poabible for the nations lo comicate with each other through the written or printed werd' without learning another, languujfe. In "The Readers' Key lo Pictf minutes and la tie tirst artificial language to have a hieroglyphic form. This is composed of about 700 signs based n pictorial represents tiona andl forms a rapid international sho'thand, because it has one sign lor, each Master-word." —IN 8 %  CROS5WORD NOV. 2nd & 3rd THURSDAY & FRIDAY AT 8.30 pm. MATINEE FRIDAY AT 5.00 pm. V -re full,, >.-*. en Cuba! en un trocrama d* Media i.ora .-aneuinea I \l IN AMI I:I CANAS Ante, la 1-elir.ila %  M Hisrrom.v :IK I'NA MUJEIPrerta:— PUlei Nt„ Pale. K>.; Baleon Ml l.uuel, b.' MUSICOS nr Marah.ll CLAVE8 Allejne lll'ITAIt MARACAI' .. Babfc BANJO. CorMa — M\KIMIIII \ CANCIONES! Ranrho Grande La Marwra CaprleaH* Deaa Peradamente Cel. La Ntatf. Fl Palarlu 1 C MM I la M aaia>a>4>l^t>o>^a PLAZA THEATRE BMtinGETOWJV I '••#.! %  127) 2..M A 8../0 jr.ni. and Continuing DAILY 5 and 8.30 p.m. /^<^^*WWWdrW^^ GLOBE THEATRE — Prteenta — 8ATVKDAY, OCT. SSth. g |g p.m. THE PAN-AMERICAN QUINTETTE Composed n f Maslelan horn in Cnbat In it.'i hour program of Latin American Turu-> brfore lha Dim ONE WOMAN'S STORY Prlrea:—Pll Me, unse 3c Hal Ik. lax Mr ORCHESTRA iie.uoH Marakall CLAVE* Kennelh Allerne OtHTAB. %  uperl Marahall MARACAS B Babb BANJO. C.arlleld I orl.ln MARIMBl'I.A SONGS My Kanrli The CUj Jar Faney Beloved On* Deaart. Jealousy. The Nymph Little Bird % %  ———— %  —• ~ -*-•-— J ''T rriTtT Tirf i nn ii f %  n ii u MogieauLii i



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Tk.r.d.T 19 5* 28 BarbaJws ^Sttiflcate £v LESS HOME SUGAR FOR BRITAIN Malaria Research May Come To West Indies VOLUNTEERS REQUIRED IN U.K. From Our Own Correspondent LONDON, Oct.. 25. EXPERIMENTS on human volunteers in Britain on the lines first tried out in Australia have been suggested in order to find a solution to a mala ria problem baffling colonial medical research work era. This is revealed in the annual report on Colo nial Research (for 1949-60) published to-day by the Colonial Office. The problem concerns certain re aiatance strains to anti-malaria drugs and was dis covered particularly in patients from rubber estates in Malaya. Somc cvUcn „ „, lt „ been rcj Africa and east* The report describes il as a "most important and disturbing development in malaria therapy After a full discussion tiniftalariii sub-committee on i ii KOREAN i>niMO\r.Hs •* THK MARIH W. Europe Needs 50 Divisions LONDON. Oct. 25 Between 50 and 60 divisions a 3.000 to 3,000 aircraft a ssry for the defence of Western Europe a study group et up by the British Royal Institute for International Affairs asserted to-day In a report entitled "Defence in Cold War" the study group of the Institute which is unofficial, said. "A free world must prepare for a long drawnout struggle with Its Communist challengers in Europe the Middle East and Asia Chairman of the studv group Is Major General Sir Ian Jacob who was military Assistant lecrfltar) to the British War Cabinet during the last war and U nuw director Of the overseas serviceof the British Broadcasting Corporation The Royal Institute for International Affairs claims to be a nonpolitical body. The study group declared that during the next four or five year* the Soviet Government Itself is unlikely to launch any aggressive war but that the cold war will continue In a cold war tuitions, could lose vital strategic arems and points Ciey would need for effective defence against military operations by the Soviet Union and its allies "Tho Communist's cold war it an effort to weaken Capitalist states fur the war which he believes to be Inevitable** the geport added. "If the cold war falls In that purpose then the Soviet policy — judging from &f he put — may lie brought to *.ne i,Ot.'.t of accepting compromise a." I co-operation and go wiii'. •> ,will be averted" n I .(udy group ?af merged In the Atlantic Pact Organisation. —Renter Missing Scientist's Home Searched LONDON, Oct. 25 British security officers early this morning entered and searched Abingdon (bcikshirej home oi Protessor Bruno Pontccorvo. British atom scientist who disappeared in Finl-ind. Four security officers used a master key to enter the house, and drew all curtains before they switched on the lights. The search lasted more than one hour. When the officers left they took with them a large suitcase They refused to make any statement A search warrant was obtained before the officers entered the home of the scientist -Reuter. The Colonial Mcdk..l I Committee have now repoi rrngenienl.s for the purpose an nndi-i luiiMdci.ltinil. lt DlVOlvtS the maintenance of matt-.. obtained from different colonial territories and their use in expertit a I studies and niav lake some time. The present range of malarff •esearch Is likely to be extended Despite the importance of Africa!) problems, says the Medical Reearch Committee. It Is felt that the alme has coane to get a wider view of the whole malaria mosquito problem by extending rearch to other countries One of the mc*t promising at such helds Is the West Indlr*. In tha> ares, only In Trinidad and British Ciulana. haa the prohl.-m keen tackled In a scientific way. Dr R C Mutrhend--! ho had previously stud tain aspects of malaria in West Aim .. and East Afnra has initiated sp-vl") studies In Jamaica. Russian Delegate Disappears HELSINKI^ CM 2S The Sniet legation h. today ihi:amond Manufacturers Assocla ion said to-day that a serlou .t.iaiin., W iit develop if the short Uniaav c lit! m ratiorwd rough dismonu lave already led lo an appie •able "mount of unempJoymrn n Imidori he said, irdding thi. we *re coming lo the end of on %  i"il il will be gaHo uj i haw cuts are continued" Eaporl orders were id read' %  iparaiscd he said, because then I < nough diamonds to full i darg The general trade opinion I Itton Gaiden Uirtdoii s diamor a.e .entie i that there are n. -; >i .nds of diamonds but thi BUActtni -re being produced i i ui demands A nvraMntaUn of the Dangaon Trade Corporation said to-da that "i.p4>lu-ations arc for far rnoi than ate available. W. have t i share available diamond ih British manufactur , but wltli industries all ovei i world Ha added that some of the finexi raftsman m Britain an IM C( ntlnaol were being force look for other emplovment —Reuter BEETS WILL BE WASTED (From Our Own Correspondent) LONDON, Oct 26. JJRITAIN'S HOME SUGAR CROP it now appears, will not be nearly as large as was originally anticipated Estimates which placed the quantity of refined sugar from the sugar beet at 626,000 tonB have had to be revised It is believed that the final figure will be considerably lower The rexsor for this is that factories' in the Nor folk area wliere a large percentage of the crop is grown are unable to keep up with the rush of work. English Culture \'K\V VnllK from u it.iiw Mi Iti In prod i Petci i ear-old son. Mi hael, uuough the Conti i| topped in iron statue, and the fath>i the son what Shakespeare held in his hands (a I' i.ne si Ml plays) Michael's ntpl) his ratio tilihug inn thaa North Koi.-n,i Coin guards, iii tin. picture by LITE photo STRIPPED down to their underwear to prevent thaw fit i usoncra are marched u Uio rear by U.B grapber Carl Mydans. Blp lal a s UTI, In defeat the North Koreans suffered hngo casualties 73.000 men killed, ovei l\0O0 captured. The U.S. now counted :I.IKHI of iu sons killed, anotaer 11,000 wounded, and hoped that a %  iirrendev would halt tinfighting Bui Americans were proud of thir victory aSeoul. This was a war mast el UV world did not espeet the U.8. to ftgat But It did. aa matter of principle And won • %  ' I ret at anal Oefobrr M CopjrHdhf TIME In, ^^^"Colombie" Pays First PostWar Visit Here More French Ships Coming $4,000,000 NSW YORK. Oct. 25. "Jazz singer" Al Jolson who dajni agu left $4,000,000. .iiiimrnU journal Variety nported i i Variety aaU lual bU cstati ;u Jewlazs, l*ru'estu:r %  K .ii ri,u; iharcs after specinr bequests foi leedy university student.had been met. I [ox nis widuw—h:> lourlh wife —and then Iwi adopted children bul Variety gaJd nnthing was left to his third wile Ruby Kecle. and the!adopted son Al Jolson junior aged 15.—Heater o:% iioimi IOIOMIIII PAYING its first post war visit to Harhadnu. the French Luxury liner "Coluinhie* sli-anicd int-i I'.iih \v Bav ves tcrday evening from he Havre via Southamptun and Martinique shortly after live t/clnck with 600 passengers, Xi of whom disembarked here. PICTUBED here are some of the dlatmgniahad —aenal I ^ the SB "Colombl*" which made Ita first postwar visit here yastarday Left to right ax Mr. Jean Marie. President of Comnagnle G-ii'-rale TransatlanUitue. Hr. Lanler. Secretary Oenaral of UM Prnch Line. Mr. J. Ranorony. President of the rrench Merchant Marine Com llrrlT at the Pranch Parliament Mr. Abel Durand. Praalgant of the French Merchant Marine Commlsloa at the Republic Council.. Mr C Laigret, Prefect of Martinique. Mr O Philipoon. Prefect of OuadeiMft, Mt. P. Lsebasoa s g ead a. Dlrsetar Oeaeral of the Praach Line for the entire Caribbean ares and Mr L. Brlggs Oolllna, Director of R M. Jonas and 00.. Ltd agnnta for the Colombi-" Among those on board Mr. Jean Marie, President of the Compagny Geswrsle Tranaatlanti'jue and Mrs Marie Mr Mario told the %  Advwa*" that it was a great pleasure to iv-lnaugurate the service of the French Line through the visit ol the "Colomb e". which was in the past, a very popular ship in the Wes.' Indie He said that the ship U now a completely new ateomer and will M in the (UtUTti a link between the West Indies and Eng.rd She will be the tint Frencn MII in BSTVK0J and .'wo year* mm now ihari n ba two addit ihipi f th.. Franch line, Ait U,md Flahdrc", each .f arnirm>oatlng 8Ufl askengers with a bi-monthly %  '.-. en (..niiadoa srw %  IgaVM tbinkt Uiat Ut! ravelling public of Barbados wil iuthe efforts of th* r 'mo to improve t ,"ii "at on between Barbados and %  oropf %  That the company proosei to inaugurate on the rip. connections between Baradoa and Kingston, Jamaica wDti Ihe "Colombie" which he fell hould bo a very popular trip foe test Indians This year, the company had inaugurated a freigtn* line from Hamburg and other Continental thj Br tish West Indies Itarbados with monthly tuillngs and they expected h> n.'e snlings In the very %  itavd In addition to tho g-nerid cargj which would be carried by those freighters. Mr. Maria said thai' it was very important t 0 note that refrigerator cargo Would also b* ucvepted on all of those steamers The Colombia" left last night for Tr nidad and Is expected to o* hsck on October M before leaving for England. DING, DONG. DELL! MULE DOWN A WELL rron. On. Own Cvrretpor^aait lt>HT-OF-SPAIN. Oct 23. A few minutes after Senath. an Indian from Curapa, Triml'il ,,i i|ue-/|i tine' that there should b* dabatr n the whole piobkn. Seeretary of state for lh Coloi ie J OrlhlUis did not oppose tl .? %  uggesUon but pointed <>n| thai it was not for him to iirrflni'r .lei ..te Smithers suggeation arose following r* QUatUon he put In th. Coiom.ii s. i rat try tl ing whethn tin I.itier had seen a copy of Thinider' ., llim.i, Guiana Mataaim .ml whai action the Minuter proposed "tn prevent cli. n|.e U< iof the false Statements aim lontaini". The Colonial Secretary replied thul he ma well awnie of the langer of Ihe publication ot u rial, hut siicli question hould W dealt with by the .il cinvi iiimenti oii.erne<; In tnw case he wes rronaultina with the Governor of Briti'h Qfewna French DISCUHH European Army PARIS on I The French Nuuonal \ lo-daj resumed Its debate oi il Government's plan for a Europea ii m\ Nejn Uadical FCIIIJIH. hiurs. Preiulent ol the Fnreig Affairs Commission approved th' proposal and said II w c da no want Gciiii.iny to realm again lurepfl wa must establish u r.u 1 lUtan force", Pierre Cot Independent Lai Wing depot.. 0p| % %  l on the Government iu proelaln "neutralisation of Germany" "If the Assembly directly or in directly iipprovod German re armament, it would bear th* tr •iHinsibllit. fui il licfnrr hl'mn he said. I letnal research LaU'it invesUgaUons suggest lhat the mystery chemical Is t highly complex compound ot • report udded. Dining the past twelve months Use University College of the Il nes has developed a U-bsOtic drug (made like |*MTillm friMli | fullRUS) which kiliing certain diw,i> Kerms The fungus i drug was originally obtained was j strain* — some | cell >w and some gree | Only th. DM kill! .inti-blotic now knowi, has be*n Mon.itnycin kills a wide range i bacteria, although it does not affect exactly the van groups as penicillin Research is continuing -Revter. AchesoH ttejetts Plan For All German Govi. WASHINGTON. Oct 15. Secretary of State Demi Acheson. to-day rejected th> Sonet 'il.proposal to set up constitutional convention lo pavL the way fur a provisional .it' German Government. A communique issi"d ;ifttt meeting of thi Kaat Euiopco Communist K-ncIgn Mmutefs n Prague on Saturday suggests that the convention should havi equal representation from East and Wast Germany. But Acheson said that thB Withal, "the IRnfliiOno rapliv. OeS KM .if ihe Cast should' hav eiMial representation with (hi 47.noo.000 f.ee Germans of Ihi West" vlolald the most gltmon iMcrae) Acheson laid that the Piagi. communique *ss merely "a f tiiiri to the old and nnwoik.d C ropoaah of ihe German ]>p>l m." Acheson said that the UnitStates had repeatedly urged o Russia Ihe plan for nee. out lupervised democratic eh ctihr i .vimany for a new < mi il 'invention Only I. this way could • Germnn G< .eir menl responsive to Ihe will of th majority l* obtained he said. Ha said that the Prague state roent %  buses by Its perversion o. language the world's hope fn peace and understanding "Against that abuse I raise ; solemn protest" Arheson added Reuter GAiTSJCELL SWORN IN AS CHANCELLOR LONDON. Oct fg Hugh Galtskell w.. iworn in as Britain's Chancello ^f the Exchequer to-dav He i* reived his seal of office from Ki'i George at the meeting of th 1 "incll 'A who IUC0M %  taBord c i !r audience hv the Kintf-^Ssafeg. i FULL UP a pprii I'I Mlcf. \ Kl f] nggol i. %  ( i. i PMsseng.i i an -i i ind >^*& the factor) intake cm b will be a large wastage M %  id\ iiv'-ig> of thi crops now Nnrni M ih i mini tauae the -*d csvat %  %  'i constant PUgsjtl | ifgjetarMa i one of the drleat Instead nf factories having stoudsupplies they are being faced with overwhelming qu right at the "ommen.-emenl of th. BSOfl To ti v iii.i preveni subatMnNutlona: Fanner I %  tiou who on ii fthi .*il> wnreelnel migni -lieuM lie pnMlaea i %  until tali %  .. small part "( The beet .ill I. fe ihe m I ..le.Ja. %  • annouru en ItezVl rr*i :,1i-ks .11 i hj oiwv is %  Of, Off tile ration will be ari Ingly Churchill Does Not Fear lire LONDON, '>< Winston Churchill • tire on Tuesday nliiht and insl ited mi soiling -o i lose thai he gave polk., ofli. namea dsmng. il ing section of Logfttan'l ODOi I '",niis Crt st.il I'. III was driving He man i" %  'he flrr that his sturdy ftgura %  • wrapggM i. %  anVike Wurrlr i | I %  but he ii, i"le atlentlor