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The Barbados advocate

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Title:
The Barbados advocate
Uniform Title:
Barbados advocate (Bridgetown, Barbados : 1983)
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Sunday advocate
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Bridgetown Barbados
Bridgetown, Barbados
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Barbados -- Bridgetown

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Apr. 22, 1983-
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No issue published for May 3, 1983.
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On Sunday published as: Sunday advocate.
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Latest issue consulted: Feb. 28, 2005.

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that no practical plan hae yet been submitted for | | ER GAL AERTS eer tee ape roma
| Squth Korean troops have reach: | the Tibetan capital had no information up to Boum todas

iaproving servites with the United Kingdom,
Mia ak. EV, Barton, Seerdiary ef the West ftidia! >
Committee, said: “Mc. Griffiths’ statement will eonfirr |
the impression held threughout the West Indies thet the!
British Government are indifferent to the very rea) dis-!
tress whiekehas been suffered every year since the war and}
which is Ukely to be repeated until relief is provided by;
ships of other nations”. {
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ern Cwuribbean before the wer; | . sha e: t a: . oe
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large fast passenger ships in the | ay, ape NS bas oe aeees | eee EO CE 1a frees
; i | aes class whieh, vind tbe Cols | , a a a ay " : ; easeee) a Con pririsint there a ee Lin Credo e 1 eee iy eae
. ombie resume its sailings this; St WiTAT, GARR a: aha Me td. y ea IO Cote © Combunists. prt anes ite loday. thet if the
Our Beef Laat Sauitink anable the hum} BS aad ba aoe ei > the a . psa para re Mig the few House of in as no confirmation of this repor By RONALD BATCHELOR iaieeees daa slvendy frtened
bm } ate P Se a nat 3 oe qBR lh. vid moderr nig on the) sow Side of the River Thames here i ibet, it was becalise his aoinc.
rg j ber that can be accommodated b Ginger aowed) is the Festival of Britat y , : we Dis deleca.
i : . : tpi 5 Bt in site with gleaming aluminium. utther ty: the river bevoy 1 Pole 5 re PYONGYANG. Get. 9 tion had e delay : a“
any ships now serving this area. | okt aA AR Fe 5 » viver beyond } okye has been flooded wit PYONGYANG, Oct. 36, }tion had been laved in tad
Ourselves > Pp : VINE 8 iAngerierd Boling is the Concert Hall and tHe old Shot Power now Atted with radar equipment. jyumeurs of Chinese Communist: An Américan Civil Affairs{dve to visa difficulties’ ae
‘ | peeatee Mai Be Pepe ae: “with a| - Ps Fea + Sainte sant ~ Arpress | sing forces In Manchuria to: officer stepped the trar Kerean
e * ‘ reéater deman: GY space conse | \ . erate Hier ithe past 24 hours ue mel in a greet here and asked J .
SAY ARGENTINIANS iquent wpon developments which | 3 rh oat Witt Ni é ; ® ; ig | Chosen is e few miles from the (him to form) a Government for } A Surprise
elas : Ihave taken place We have had un. | PELL é ae | if €or e ‘ ens iRiver ih the centre of th fe city / eo
; ot. 26 ih y ; ; oh} ¢ &. a ee { Trinh e at be a ve , ia raged Sahas ! sts Corres “yt +
ie ns S MEES, Get, 28. til recently in the Bastern Carib : i 2 , ko insult. It ig about 17 mile | ..Tdat Korean. SSavERtiOU | yee euice ins Sponde ta the
& Anglo-Argentine “cold meat | bean ofty one ship—the Golfto— OO TL Oe Pra Fe | 8 ‘ af 3 inh 4 s, (Chung Deuk Rim, hotel-keepe= es AEMSE tit” Pekihie. the eavy
war” as yiewed from here ap-|on which we could rely for any | Bs | a t ieess tabi suase Pope ere land former schoollencher au ia cenothon area HeWwSOEr there
peared to-day to be approaching |considerable number of British | F ‘ A Fae ee ee eT gaa marine cult ie ae reperted that. Tresihey's . ytietat
new heights i satrnuat’ ortisin’ passengers. Now we have. the} Dockyard i ew OoUse e) JOMMONS.. Lightly armed and quick aeviny | Wriaie ins inane tek ss formed |24nORAMEMeRt ef — ate ae
ation, The speech deliverea here Cotembie of the French Line) Peis os) ad eg A'South Koreans were eariier re- ninesmEn Coalsl ee vi Mugt ier: | MG 2a 0 SUlorive in tae Chine Fe
ektiier this month by Z, J, gaint, which, however, gives. first ohoice | ‘PEDO ae ai on ree, a ; j ported to be climbing crude patty | per. were prominent buatnens ‘ peg
British Commercial’ Minister in {0 TOURd-trip passengers, Secor | Britain's et in Saunie . a . > Ry», LONDON, Oct, 26 jup the last mountain range be limon doctars and teachers wi, 4 noan to-day His eispater
; r p 4 : wa i aval ¢ : ‘ ef s ; z ‘ ‘ ‘ Ris in Naas $7 ps Sin cd oe AES E ik Do Oe a ce kw soo ai
Argentina wae described by the Me ae in Se What) conversion soghamnte, vicky pro-} a. els George VI to-day deve in pageantry Hineieh | te: ee vee SNe had ac Thad no experience: in Govern [Sd there had bees an. anne
semioficial Bemeeraee in a front. from this wnitey * DECENE' vides for the buliding of sia new ecneering crowds ta open Parliament's new House Of ie tas iat te Deen a fae conten Pain “ ee ae te Eihet
; fF 1 . . > ‘ ; the as y ~ : a Tha ‘aciit See Pb ys seh Verng ‘TESS wien ailee
Pies. ectiinas as an “ertor by the} aaa wig : f sceenee earriers 2 not yi ape eee chamber repiacing the one shattered by bombs liom iia pian hoy he acl ei : it Ree ai oe ees ye
t 4 9 The ie ine 8 ‘the frasapenin £ th ig Ly %: ' } SEO ett anne | RMAGO WS. VSL F ie aAppeAraner a NAME ‘i 4
a Government which orderty e Prench’ Line also have 2 y Rs nS . on we in 194), } qaarte thix afternoon asked fu | to-day on a platform of henuii! had reports tarliex that

#” and af “ineredible impru- smaller ship which might dake; duck Y
dence.” Ths a g:; about 50 British passengers and| Berthiag facilities ior ships wi % aa er tare : ¥
ft must fine pruwtoea peo there were two Dutch ships ei the still be avallable. but the ‘repair | Commons’ chamber he performed. the ceremony in the goy|leeate the exact position. of _ thie { this captured Communiat capite!
mind of Potugn Steretary Bevin! ® ide of the dockyard including} Year old adjacent Wesiminatur Hall where his predecessc: Heading clenents of the Sixth} Nearly 130 other oMcials hay:



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a dis rds ‘f pacity for about 160. each way to- ithe dry deci: are to vemain! Charles the First eas oc art saat re |Divisien which were reported 1 {been picked to carry out hotel 1) Laeo aaa bes!
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people from Trinidad. jy Me. W. Reware: Partamen- : ‘i , ens / { hina a } spk
ohich” fas price _diiterences | “The whole position is really | tary Secretar "i to the Adiniralty HIDDEN TIME aed aa ee ading officiel: weather was believed to G6 mucl | fapdtion until a mote nermanen isl Deed ae aes
By kl eer 3 tary iY 3 :. rove 5 _ iad as winkines hs ; a ifwbesssts A le niga COVER thts Ata whfst 5
¢ i. shipments 0} bad,” said My. Barton, , were given in answer to a ques~ a) Jewislatures PrasCit-/ worse in the remote north administration ean be forme’ | oi) wutherity, auprane. in thee

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ere a eee SEN, MLP, Mr. Peter Sniither Sunderland Corporation aL cee cas hag se : SEDC tom day thet the British Common.) Over 9,000 peuple jaroned th
Pace ee Set eet te} ©» ° * Mr, Smithers asked whether inj{ has ordered ai! public clooks Ne & taeda Ale taht in oe, | Wealth Brigade had mat scattered | dusty PERG tL PROD) ee ve
eat ous baby bee? we will eat i Minitstrie : Giver view of the danger of this coun~| in this Durham county cite oe ae ia? Pil cy in freedom | resistance at Paketton, north oi {on elty Rev for to+day's eek tibetan
i tee at a teeing ges (iy of itternational caniliet, it} of 200,000 covered ‘with Tanee at mu rine “A yes re me nee ae port sg eee gin dors Boge do's 4 woe at Lidtoatibaear ae See arrdl'thk
iv ne recent comment of the , ) would mot be prudent to tain- wooden masks duri ; Se ath eu OF en ideals, yesterday. stance stopped) tae former North Roroan capita! Hide aks POUT” Tosh
uoudte, Rivas Stmdard. the To Members OF ltain adotkyard Which wis so re. Foe EEO ONURERE TA is ea “ hall a crowd ef nearly jitter two hours, he added. phy the United Nations forces aot pout new fart
Notioias Grafieas describes Lord \ {mete trom potentiny a > pases * 12,008 peopte waited for the Kin: ' Koi binds ee ight ah what may be
“TLbe ee ‘ . i mete from potentini enemy bases. Resson-chon tings een 4; Bis, 5 aes BRT etl Bre pe Fe te South Konan Mresinent Syne); ie
Beaverbrook as “this smal ugiv Trintdad’s Cahineé | Mr. Eiwards stated that care- |) irisity mute en a rene ang manbers of Ris family, ‘ele l The Américan 24th Division pias Bhide: Whe Boe to gett gad ee rennet

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shifty politictan” who “always has ful edtigideration had been given | nrel Vision comeras recorded the scans | folowing British and Australian pie pre ottetat i Dy | His mission which has
atta, Y. Yihei te . Fapeysa’ “oes r ; unrehabie. ie i at ee “ | i buy Et UBakehen U8 First offielal wisit ta Pyong 5° mission which has” pei
syriembiley-oppered Atgoniina | DOW T-O#-RPAIN, Ort | 10-the nodtinn but thabthe dock. | a aoe cdma Tage arm gactet, | Seair Mite ine SinansucEOkehEN | ng for dhe‘eslewralen cancale. th Tndln tor Moe" ylagt™ 2
British ‘Circles Hera who are inf. Al’ BVA elated “members of Ae On een uhocahomicet iD tone The Gueks a¥ter the auton” ower UF tae ee cae Can ihenwenlth Brignde was ast | ae at the hugh minute ae hi fh ove. here Pon Baal ons, ‘
touch whit devdluptrents an the|Ttinidad’s Cabinet have been | I Bd it Ge unterstood Board ioe tern Flecttleity” | Gesitions behind the throme in| PC%ed striking out alon eet Shen. Boone On ‘oe vee oe tee ee
other “hand took issue with the|#i¥en Ministries, according to an) nner thet Bermuda. once of sere, told Ahem Je woukt | their old’ style scarlet. uniforms) Ot emeng West rom Palette Ructiues cutie) Gene bes. gas ; :
speech made by’ the Aripentine {ciel spenuneernent made yes | ae ates aa importance ae ee at ee for the 7 gtowing agaist the Was ‘valves ree toe yay Piast AaNee Te, SC ue oats ad oo j roti todas Potten tes aetian ;
perp PAN rg Bg ecb lof the Biecutive Goumel The | (ays when many ships were c08l/P each time Bidie kibe ns Snape Of the hall, lalte the ‘Manchurian port ‘of Ani- | perity and a unified Keren,” ; Were believed here to be teking
ese ree They stronsly | three official Then iteliens thu Solos! burners, has lost 1 pet pe its im- put them out of ores ro Nc Abd dient ee Tak ak tang. The South Korean Division! . “The streets of Pyongyang wer | ete, rap the Indian Government
emphasised that no reference}: : Ate “5 portance &s a result of the turn-} : at ie Ah MESS HO Of Bs¢ continuing its advance. 1 the’; ecorated with bapners, glogans | Which has a miasia Lhsea
4 nial Secretaty, the Attorney Gen-/ '- bee et a Garten bedankt KN. ye eli ibe al jj comtinuing its advance up the')S i pNere, ft ere mt in Lhasa, t
vould be found in anything heloral and the Pinata, \ Sipe Mr eheags over to-diesel ofl. Sie Couns Mah ae eee Pook osu ast cost was fast reported at | South Korean, United Nations | capital had no direct information
said) @bout the other problems have heen given the responsibil+ NOG SRE Snene CATE eis Soe F ennantines siti hrensnrnaneinypsiomiemoennntertsienmennan | shrill f ne OF noon, there Ws) Peunchon, 80 miles up the coast; ard United States flags to wel | up to aoc tottay thet Chinags
disturbing the traditional trading lity of the sdministration of beetars are ckpable of mek! ne Or mt he ae arly fanfare from the trumpets froern Bangvam, j come Syngran Rhee, : }Lommunist armies had marched
relations between the twt coun-Jdepartments while there i: a lone| i® back t@ the: United Kingdom EF } Ci i { A gg doors. Ww ere fiung) In Washington Presitient Tru-|' The official reason for the ean- | in, noes
vies, such es outstanding sterling |nominated member without po ai Ary Rue | SC, SADE A | renen M@d sex Opes. bas the Rayal pre man kid that. “he anderetood) colton. of bia visit was sive | indian Prime Minister Net,
femifterices' of fafluré te Brant! folio L .C. Hannay... Ports | that it iw BUNT IS, tO { ; / CSston broke into. view slowly|/South Korean forees would} as “pressure af work", but it wa: | Ciscussed with his adviuan ee
cences for British imports, Ministers pars bani tain the de cd sirayly. for} Will eNotes Traversing the main aisle foward! aecupy North Korea up to the| understood that ihe Président’ | peini today th BO tbr alhdapieat in
5 Nias s any ie Were bo special emcre 1cies | eport the throne. | MunehuHian border He made| officers advised ugningd if, tae the Chiesss ae Wh crea
. ; ROY JO9KER: Minister ror| i ee faa aly additional fie- s se * Tne. King, ity. central figure }ihis staternent at his weekly ores | catihieutet. ’ aR: wheetient,
we sata : e if t st ” i tor idPuenein.: theie socision was T abi 4 was in ordinary morning dress | Conference in answer to a ques} The Chinese itreatinaes os
B@ueation and Boeial Set-vices, the copeider Mai that with “the te) imet The Queen walked with fhim,| tn. | seccmemes amacrine amen ee |they had no informs oo ae
; ALBERT GOMES: Minisie® ¢ Joxistiog driendly velationg. be-| “obi | walked Prineeag Wilzabath? We néded it was his under. | | Rolal “ohesevers 4 haAwOn.. . Un.
é : ister for? ® Ve pe - “ ' pibey Hews 4 t c hy vas a ts i " nm x he tial ebserver; :
RAIN FELL Labour, industry phe Petit tween Gis comminy and the Caitea oO oy. + horess: presumptive and Prneess Stindisg that South Korean TREE ES) BE SOATE capital expreased tne te Dadian
| ‘ nia aa oe Staves, ane Seuais ee Ge mit | ee indo-China “Margaret her wisver, with thelr ae me ean, ae as THR NEWS the entry or parr isoning of Tine
5 i } iva tatad rove: y ts 8: : aay rahe. 3 , a Bis. he North Korean side, bu “1 . 7 . SEs
LAST NIGHT | Victor meet: Minisiet for thlee Fea enone: the “Atlantic | * SAIGON, Ger. 26. i 8B-vearrold grandmother Queer Gane Unites wiates faced nie | Wing 211% Day or Night, \by Chinese troops would theate .
f fs gricuiture and Lands, could be carried out in, a UB. acer Alphonse Juin, Franve's Litery. AOL do as tar as the berdee teal? Ro xR ADVOOATE peer sltmation, The indian Govern
The palns came a ier: sateen gay] navel dockyard, pending military strategist” lett} 4 i" : There has been some c@nywsion PANS POR NEWE, ahah 4M Blong favoured 4
Shortly after fy oSek wen, Q SIODHARINGE: Minister for HM 8, Superb which is to re- | Shigon by alr fo-day for “Paris /y" The Anthem iin reports from Tokyo aid Boreas : ; Peacetl setvement. ; i
Â¥{ Communications and Warks. : r with the lafter i "Aether Uni Sts : masta |
became dark us thick clouds biot~ place oe eee tei ae ane oe an cight day iowr Of TebehT” is cu of dunia the atilieeny (eo en he alee Biagt trocpes —Renter,
ted out the moonlight. The tem-| NOMMAN TANG: Minister for} America and West indies squiac- | threatened. Indo-China, } n , PMG be ordered to a e UD Ty .







ard HM.S. Swipe which is in € ig eport to the French | Be ereahed inte the strains of} to the Manchurian-Korean bor - |:
‘yon ard IPO: WHICH: 1s i $ to report to the French 7 dts h ? Thay | eee
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eines white howere Fel}. . : a werards the, later part of ne aoe pe oe where cents | ome {rom Viscount Jowitt, Lor. !and British = Gor- acc wealth ;
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ased Vi day. He added, “although my
incre Vietminh — pressure | [@Y aece, such orders to halt their advance.
: peoples vary in race, language Renter.
IN. W. EUROPE aa Te eres ssid Perel and tradition, the spirit of ou” ‘
WASHINGTON, Oct. 26. New positions had been estab. |Parliamentary system permeate»
said to-day| {ished at the top of the Red Rive: ‘every Legislative Assembly in th ry"
faa Soest aaeen Moor! Bes) See Denmark’s
sou’ added. French ; + hag ES all who a erves |
rope this winter. s©/and fighter bombers had been | an i el ot ee ont 4 ¥ ;
fold. his news conference he striking at insurgents to-day - ie xample A overnment
; ‘no information that the Russians|!French communique announce canine out the world “at a tim .
had p more than one| earlier Reute | their way of life wa: ta
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spondent who said that the Dutch \ATIE'’S. HES ended the t session of Par COPENHAGEN, Oct. 26 |
le : i me meg, ment with a formal speech| Danish Prime Minister Hans
sie” ; ; - epared for him by the Goverr:-|Hedtoft whose Socialist Govern-

ena its work ove: Sioa resigned early to-day hes
s months. ed the King to invite Opposi-
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ned on Tuesday when |erhment. Earlier Hedtoft ha.

0 er a speech |fanded in the of his
the Government Pro | government to iting Frederic
me 0} after being defeated in Parliamen.

by one vote. The question was th:
continuing domestic ration of but

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Canada, U.S. Join In| mons fourtn home in 700 years
* ce it replaces the on®} ernment
Yefence Productio ee bombs on May 10 ernn
* WASHINGTON, Oct. 26, | 1941 =~ in one of London's worst] on September

air raids of the second World War.| resignation over opposition to his |
Pe at ae pits | The archway over the door of|/ economy proposals, Labour gained | -

/ vhe new chamber — Churchill| two seats. But even with Radical | ;
o! Arch — is made from the wreck~]| support they were unable to find 10 FOR 14 CENTS.

f nt announced here. age of an old house which was) majority.
Tie inet: war time agreement,| destroyed by German bombs in|] ‘They agreed to remain in office |
for exc! of tech-

May 1941. For nine years the] after opposition parties had failed |
ves, , church bells|savagely mistreat prisoners in| nical e and for a co-| Commons have been meeting in|to agree on a coalition.—Reuter. és MANUFACTURED BY —
rang as a tribute to Germans still|custody, some cases resulting in|ordinated system of controls over|the House of Lords Chamber,
s % held as war prisoners abroad. pase disfigurement and ence | the distribution of scarce raw ma-
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ity of recalling Congress a
or ten days before the origi-

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while the Lords have been meet-
tie Girmah tie : " e LE Se pret terials and . ; ae in the ee robing room,
: Jamaica on Thursday and will be! p : fre Sache | eoupiares. 6. Comeniiiaien ree} . The State in me Sait that 4 and members of
| joined in Washington by delegates
i ial prayers were|Chairman to investigate these|increase our i strial mobilisa-| come to Lon f
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jes, They will negotia-!church and civic personalitiés|make recommendations to prevent {to prepare ourselves for any mili First be:
with the e of the| called for the return of ers.}a recurrence of this i)-spte teen tary emergencies ia mi y “H ae ae i aca Me
ciniiiiesion bn e| ener —tan Press | arico”—Reuter. “eS ahr SSS
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“PAUE TWO

BSABBADGR ADVOCATE

PRIDAY,

GCTORRE Sf, 1966

‘iets es: ea a seta SRO
rete eet CT NS SA AB AA NARS INT AMAA ALE NEE A AO ASLO LIN CERES I HS em eR aNaRES RE a Se RL Te LT ET LLL COLT RCN SOTO NNT ALE AAD




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whi travelttg

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school at Oriel College,
ham

te

Mei

Officer,
his way
aad. We

Intransit
tANSIT through
yesterday by
arye SeRCH,
BW.LA., G
to Grenpia from

will be there fr about
ome ‘nionth assisting with the
extra traffic at Pearl's ‘airport
Bure ta the construction of the new
runwoy here, BWA, Viking
(#4 passenger planes) which arc
on the Puette Rico wervic.s trom
THrinidad, pow eal in at Grenada
instead of ‘Barbados er route,

Ceorge Ropes {@ Leme over to
Barbados for a twoaday: Visiv: in
about twosawecks) time, He was
staticued hare: 3 Tew. weeks ayo
on a short transfer.

Barbados



Triai-

Watrwnad Yasterday

Lucia, returned by BW.LA, yes
ferday afiermeon. Ther were stay~
ing with Mr. and Mrs. Denis Bar-
nard,

Maps Aad Questions

RRIVING from Aruba yester-
4 - tay via Trinidad by
BWIA, wert Mr. and Mts, N.
M: Bell, Bir, Bell is'a Refinery
Official with the Lago Oil
Transport Company.

Heve for only tive days they gre
Btaying at Cacrabank,

Both of them eeenidd very
interested In-dhe Island and asked
about several well known. spots
As they walted for thelr baggage
lesarrive ih the termine! pullding
at Seawell, they went over to. the
infoxsnatigr Desk to buy a map of
the island and ask a few mor’
questions, Although here far only
fite @ays they certainly are plan-
ting to soe as much of the island

aR possible.

Back ‘From 6 Months’

Holidey
ArT six ante? holiday in
Engiund, Mr. C, EB. Biaize,
Atcouytant of the Central Water
Distribution, Authority of eau
dad, returied heme ont Wedn
nt by the: Frenoh ahee
wlombie”. Te was accdmpanied
ie his wife and gon Hugo,

i Mr. Blaize tald Carib thet. he
went ovér- principally to see the
ericket and ssid that he had a
very enjoyable stay in the Mothe*
Country,

Trinidad Medico
TA. ent MRS) My FORRESTER

of Trinidad were intransit
on Wednesday on the “Colermbie’
from Bugiand where they had
Spent six months holiday;

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phonies adaAd balers clade lhl Dla aRi a







whe Nar menimaarnys matireminned ar areitne Tabi ie rie om



“No jak in your pon? Weil
whet aye yor weiiting for--
bixe rain?”

Short Visit
to Trittidad

on a short

QO”

Visits de Mae
Brancker, MCP. He left on
Wednesday iy the French Liner

88. “Celomdie’ and is due te
return aa the vessel later in the
we

wre

ae R. and Mys, ric Aldinson

who were holidaying in St. 4

f. AND MRS. G. ACRES and
their two sons, Michaei and
Peter, arrived from B.G, ee
Gay “atternpon by B.W.LA ee
Acres je one of the two 2, physicians

of the Demerara Bauxite Co., 3
McKenzie atid has been living in
B.G. for two years,

They pian to be in Barhados for
twe weeks and are slaving at the
Hastings Hotel,’

After Two Weeks

RS., KLVIRA HUGGINS and
her daughter Joun, after a
couple of weeks’ holiday in ‘Bar-
hades, returned to Trinidal yes-
terday afternoon by BW-LA,
They: were steving at Hotel

Royat
Returning ote any earlier to
Trinidad was Miss Shelagh Deane,
‘daughter of Dr. and Mrs. C,. G,
Deane of Maraval, who left by
the “Colombie’ on Wednesday
night, She was also staying at the
‘Whoy Pe

Continuing Holiday

BAVING on the SS, “Colom-
bie” on Wednesday night
for Trinidad on two months’

holiday was Major J. 5. Griffith,
Chier Clerk of the General Post
ce,

Major Griffith “is new ecom-
pleting his six months’ holiday
part of which he spent in the
United Kingdom with the Barba-
dos Rifle Team which shot at
Bisley.

He told Carib that he wouid
have remained in Bnglund for a
jonger period but was forged to
return home due to the death of
his mother,

While in Trinidad, he will be
the guest of his cousin Mrs,
F. de Genned of San. Fernando.





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gather five

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traftic
1g and x
0 f staHe,
4 about Saotsasicg her. age,
when, the other day, a Buick
sped along @ main road ts Geneve
it: was stopped by a patre! car
‘Wighiy; at Jeast”, said the cop.
‘You. are a Nar,
cottain', ne gentlem
the indignant driver
my yassport,” {
The policeman jocked. |
‘The driver. was Misting uctt. |







AM very glad c.
Barbados to get some sunshine
after having, @ great deal of rain
in England,” Mr, HE. 8, Chambers
feild Carib yesterday. He arrived
here on Wednesday on the Colom-
bie accompanied by his wife after
spending six months’ holiday in
the United Kingcion,
While in the U.K.,
he saw a iot of the cricket games
between England and. the West
Indies and also the Open Golf
Championship in Scotland. |
Barrister At Law
Me ALBERT J, PARKES, Bar- at



he said ES:



rister-at-Law wih o



‘A
Secretary of the British Guia Britdin that women are getting that courtesy, like crime; doesnt ph Reick Loa
Boxing Doard of Control, returned} heavier, andthe Clothing indus- pay. ]
to Bivitish Guiana by BW.LA.}-ry Developraent Councl aims to
yesterday, after ‘spending. sevts snd out for suce, The, 34-ycer-ok?. . electrician {
voeks’ hol tay. in the island | The Couneti © amnounted= that stole, a purse jrom. a home and |
He xctd as Registrar of the} they are planning to tuke waist, was arrested when he, returmed, 4 CARTONS OF HEINEREN’S

Supreme Court of British Guians
for two veers and hag since peen



appointed a Comniussioner of
Oaths,
Mr. Parkes while tiere war the

guest of MY, anti Mrs. B. BF) MeLeod
of “Valerie” Wellingtow Street.
Toy Service |
VERY year shertiy befor
Christmas tho young faem~
hers’ Department. of the Mothers’
Union have a Toy Service at the
Cathedral; where they distribute
toys: to poor children, This year
the Service will be held on
December 18, ae 4.30 p.m.
_ Returned “o Trinidad
mM oT. GRANT MAJOR,
Canadian Trade Cormmis~



stener for the Eastern Caritbheru
with headquarters in- Trinidad,
returned home on. Wednesday
night by the S.o. “Cotonrbie*

after paying a short routine visit
here, He was staying at the Ocean
eae Hotel,

hetenseisrina niet vareeemnatrainusaehetnneie imation

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ae ; Rarbadas prior to returning

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at Edinburgh University in Scot-

land. i
Miss Stevens is a guest of Mr.>

and. Mrs. DB. S. Payne of Harrow, *

em Sree

Bose vt ike doomed a@nige. (3)

Kitts is Miss May Stevens,

She arrived here on Wednesday continuing

evening by the SS. “Colombie” St Philip i w were «(Been doae fe ee Benne Wiliam ihdcdaeot :
Pe eT 8] ct eS CDE fade ORT EE eee Attar stile: coma ang 1% shows un-
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mes



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tropiies, the length and formation of the werds are all hints.
Wach day he code lettera are different,

A Cryptogram Quotation
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POGOB KEVO, KEVG VE BNA BNK TL

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ee eco NRT NERO NE gH tn aN OREO ULE RE RATERS ETI tSNMANMAR NET I FINTRAC ERC RIE BANS SY ENN TERPS en tee RMA DN iN ne 9 TAT oO a REEL AARNE EAE ere A SS aN RS LR Re NEN NE NU BIOENG PEST CUO CT REE PIN

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GVBR three hundred people G008 ¢ Most ef the earth! ' Ferrer Australian sokiier Frank Grearge Stray eter:
niny afternoon at. the Rx javrivals were the Canse-watives? Wea whe is fightiag to stay kX Town and Country




: Of bas patie ty el Manning J sation t
Redford. where ty yiemde tet A comferenem called. bs ths
fake iL Geyn Ltt. iq ihe Si piscoelation at County Ball, West-

Japan with his 19 year old Janey
@pese wife today departed from
hig: insistence on speeking Japen-

s Aquatic Club, saw Snappe 3} Who ddheréd ta cision’ by re-
convineingly defeat Swordlish to S8°Ve) tel seats with) “capds:!
the tune of four goals to ni, Ror} The Lubeur Party deeded: nat to





















j

> ies bb shh ty ere jeése and = t wi 3 hi Opae ‘Minster ridge, on November Li.
Snawtrs, Kenneth Ince sror a Goeak seats th — Wate 5 tere an por out with an Epgieh Awtanke, SAT Stang by rn cezel wilt be opened by Mr. GS
tw nal ie Wi PE eee Spesker i use, igs! % ae. vi RB. : 7 3a SR, tu as 4
two, while Gilly Manning andy" Nast we oe bea — = Pua President of the Austreligg |Of gecden’ Lindgren, Parliarnentary Seare~!
George Machaan scoreg one each) . JOBE sition Brown | lec tie

Provost Court bere had asked him}
if he would make a statement,

| Twenty-four year old Weaver
tyieadet not guilty to Megally
entering Japon. Fiesting “Wits.
CT YOR WINES acicurne? until Monday.

i} GAR BAY Weaver who has renounced his
Pou | ROLES Australian


Ma Base hos tun con thehtery. Ministry af ‘Pov and: Coun- |
fob. in Bit xmatl wajshom- in besftye Planning )
gexten for iwo yes, Now, bel ie

v6, he hes only 2 hallagt tank.
mad. some, internal {ttiegy to

The other scheduled match be- ; House ir raver, Crowds who
tween Police and Bonites did not] Rac. wat red earky saw eae
coma of as Police were unebie| “2° wens, 3 Sommer ce
to field a complete team. Thus) Muster one of the Labour Party}
Bonitas enter the Auals of the | a wow an invalid wheeled into
K.G,. Competition without having | Bouse by bis son Anthony
to play @ match, aa they drew a{“/S? ® “ebour member.

; we =e ee Bex Pith Minister Attleé in His
: en xi Thursday for the first speech in the new Chamber
: oe p. : ineved an all-party motion walr

. the match was. as follows, ‘oiming Comncawealih represen-
oo Snappers 4 Swordfish @ tatives.

This was one of the most thrill-; Me ‘called then: “examples ot
ing matches of the season, Iu way |e Deocy aMceesshuk method ever
fast and for the fret Ave minutes [devised af. combining effective








| The association sayt “Bonday |
a Saree : we ave ata turning point. > the}
gonmplete to BVO. it p nine > history of fown and. country}
paucler win tee tests. “Hy has alrenchs Mannin Ln 3 13 national '
ated it on a river. Pees Ae Sex | x me



pee meee











A eel Hr, Hussell, wh) life, In 1851 « vexies of devel: j
charged under his Japanese name. £EN on the vessel opment plams will provide a)
Tetuiching, Utaks Kitagawa, dreumed Gi. buildly new physical framework for |

Â¥ r. Court President. Major 7. M. re ies Ang Das Briain. ;
Seotlared Yard \smat nas applied te a Japenese |SUbmatine Pe ‘Roy, Tee ds SAGARA Shak co Oe gata eknale |
Attorney General for an aMdarit tat US Steel plate an wid weign Ma tl ane eee eee

Sully ipaded, abou a as define our obj@ctives, and ensure]
ii e K i * hat a ten “
Prepares For ee siteae Tupanens’ catimnatie Metre mucetaatcl he exes it wih] We have a sound ama for ap-

y f . * ‘ Dy Latype for a yich Iheavi
tae Se Allied Supreme Commend hag Mai Ee e inch heavie;
Da. C Leet rads ; ae : A brn gapabie of monies 4
of play it’ looked like.’ anyboay'g (Svermment by a majority with Festi I r t erveeee ba pene s application pooagt . deseendix j
game, Indeed, Swordfish were the ave see ‘S Se ois Poti Actin a cn ‘Reaves Was discharwed » feom Then-—An Expedition | Lord Sithin Where
irs : ‘ nO gayi} hy DEAL, conservative learien ire officials say Scotlar oe 3 ‘ re ep
first {a take a Shot when Geoflter! Gancen Churstill seconded Mel ¥ara is fully a to deat} the army in February 1948,. Three {) With, Gus he None toe jeer Feta Sitkin, —fonnex Planning
Foster tried with an . accurate] pi caan a Se een de a weeks ago for the aixth time inpa® @xbedition to fi: the emer} yg icin, former. Planing
tong. shot. Thiz wad well antici- {0° aeny Ae > i itwe venrs he snuggled hinset {ot the so-far mythinl Adantis|’pioca, Homes) SHRUB)
Pad ae i cen a Veen kere Burop Whe are expected to . ; i sheirman of the Crawley
pated by the Snappers’ goalkeeper | anap. v






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; tnto. Japan to joi the girk he ja continent said --) hwve beevl Hey eiopment iar At ariel |

1 + 7 de. 2 yt; ee P y » evelopment Corperstion, ang |
Yavlor, who tummed it over the | the tolerant, flexible anit yet ev} ais eee Caney yrar fOr i orcted while with o¢oupation | drowned Jay the Allnie enillions| to. Rh. 3. Colina Midablesex | ‘
R *“t conceding a corer. ‘This did during relationship ‘which binds)” que Yard's rogues’ gallery of Sarees. He want gevasted on Octo- [Ot yeark: LE County Planning Ofttcer, wil take | 3

rat han Prarit ihe tagethar wala cama: Awer hed fetes Auk. Lata ape taipaey — pad seats ber i3, ay eet He. isi be ae Seeiiiical pert in the conferense |

aera Sierencul ns RAPIER - Seat PERC ke en ta. ie fb ieMR toe tint ' ive anid that ittee of Atianiun Besearch ;

Spectac Ss 7 . eae WE peeresswemg ie
ee eee people “in a sensible and un- r P

SESE PT ererranarernesctnmece eS Mires! Sir Genres p enter opesident of |
jection tu Webver siaying in Japan feetsiiered an expedition. “Trey tre Micra one ee Botte atteer res
and had repeatedly insisted that|mouvtains em the jwres ar «| Housing and Town Planning, will |

Photographs and descriptions of
each man, plus detalls of his typa

Then Snappers pressed, and it,
was Swordiish’s tum to concene





breakable associction”.
Liberal leader Clement Payies

ne jes Andrey





Q 4 “ t . + aint hy toe b y Fs ‘ a rs r — E .
BaSaitct Ye wi wa etee fy [spt me Commanwaltstun-| tatu tas Se (th Sah loan, lay "with Gee [aumpete to be Ge te Ati [peice A WRAE should we Dian meee ae
received the pase- which was. low lher naticis arew mere aMlepedent.| Soom every. plaia-clothes detec. Orel MscAriurs Meadquarters. fo ERS. fort” EES. any E90. psa. owes
and hard. In a flash he slapped : Reuter, |tive shad policemen on the beat ~—Reuter, j
it into the mets to open the scor- * iwi be familiar “with the next , i

| ing for his team. It was a spec- % a foreign faces in the rogues | - ¢> = - : YOUNGSTERS, rel

m tacular shot, ‘The score was un- C galery. : ‘i We ; ‘ wk ae BY ob ak ai WER 8s ZrOwae

Y ‘hanged } iy The International Police Com . z. e
seiy pt) grtepeiegn om Court Holds ; Una mission haa helped Scatland Yard

ups, Marist make sure of Juser Clear
it was during the séeond halt

: oad ¢ gt ae j ations. . Fram. its
that Swordfish . hegan makeing | ® . with its preparations
mistakes. Their forwards. playea Anti-Red Bill I Panis headquarters details of

Nears End |
too defensively and, Sanppers took | criminals of more: than 30- coun-

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m forwards into the “Re ap. th ’ se Navy's “grand - ia . ’

Oe Suorahah cent on a repost. zen the federal Goyernment’s | broadcast too. : tan tor} he 1ady,” who has been dodging “flazy” drink Which brings (mer
i edly foliowed the Snappers’ centre "CW nt-communist legistation. So far no detailed plan for} the shipbreaker's. yard for the

Cleantiness by cleaning the mouth,,
seteling the stomach, and coninag up the
liver, Finally, ic gently clears the
bawels,

Av arefteshing doink at any time of the

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Fa e . Pat ne Justice Sir Owen Dixon to-day |handling the criminal influx hasilest Ave veers, has

Re a cea oe 0, Boel area. | extended for an indefinite period | been worked out hy the Yard, Wit] last chapter in he an ere ,

hoe “a yas - ae i ee and | ee interim injunction granted on | detectives at airports and seavor*s j history.

ie eee ts Oe ange onc October 21 against important |are expected to he: reinforced. Tugs have towed her close to,
his was fobowed Abnost inimé=tsestions of the Ast. In London nolice officers with} St Mishael’s Mount Harbour,

diately by one from skipper) He refused the spplication by |enecinlived lenowledve of conf. | Mount’s Bay, Coravyall.

George -Machean who swamithe Australian Communist party | dence tricksters wilk move among} There the $9,00-ton hatileship

through ang-scored . fom obeehyend 4 number of Communist con-| erawded places. A special watch} wilt serve the nation for the

eight yards frorn the gonl poste.) irofied anions, for an injunction j will be kept on hotels to protect last time—by providing. thousands!
Snappers kept up their pressuve}aimed 4: neutralising the ect) vicitors to the Méstivab, of tons of top-grade steel for

and goalkeeper Albert’ Weather-| pending the court’s decision on it the criminals. attempt to enter British industry,

Be head backed wp well by Geracd|its validity, He said he wished TY ae ra P en nees te’s active service ended

Be jordan and Maurice. Fitzgerald,|to consider what course he could| the country by legal means they tin 1945 when she was taken to

[me soved many certainties, take to enable an early decision| Will be refused. Nevertheless.) Portsmouth te have her gun

2 Snappers were definitely the] on: the admissibility of ore aa tes per ay eu mountings hoisted. off.

better team and shortly before the | #"guments. pee a maroon or ale ieee 1947, towed by two tugs,

end of play Kenneth Ince again) the interim | injunction + | She a off again—-bound tor a

scored in fine style. About one| Strains. the ane sae a pre dict ee reaking yard in the Ctyde,

minute before the end of the|ment from “declaring rem ee i _ caught gp 60 mph.” gale,

game however the Snappers’ wing- |'8t PeFsons or wee aetas | POLISH CONSUL RESIGNS | Teint ok P oer Bn Cann

er was adjudged offside and had to fi LONDON, Oct. 26. | wath :

leave the vrater. Swordfish with an} Polish acting Consul General in £200 A Week

extra man, atternpted a Jast des~} . ‘ London, Zygxnunt Schieber, bas on

perate move to score but time; WJ. Trade Worries |resigned and applied for sayin | For three years, night and day

was agsinst them, ao mal z hi eee refugee, a ee ae pesos ts th one to eerrene

fe whistle went before their centre Office spokesman annaun “ji bher, To the OL scrap met

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fishermen yrlei ik ley! This meant that Americans who , import cost” he said) He has been
$ ar n working like galley have been buying Canadian goods | warned. that the prices. of conden on prevemions Jaaging. the 7
We believe that angling is al hengh the com-psponding articles | sed. mill would be increased all o Moe ante Ba Saceae ai
sport for a man who likes a snooze| were manufaci red in the United | aver the world becatwe of the in- atka (an Indian street dance) '
and a gossip when he feele so’ States, of Amenecr) wilt may Sa sour prices in siytex and tas Berti Brought to a close last night,
inclined,” ; to make their purchases ar home. 2 ee aie en the tajahs
meena a ee ee ay ies : Bese Soe Mele SP Pata ORCL ES

T0-DAY'S NewS FLASH

i : : ? ‘es
a: hin-foxwmasels: eens The spokestnan suid that bia ap~} up to £800 9 week in wages bills. | ; , , ‘ 4
The teams were. WR ee Mee ees plication was under constderanon. | ‘To 4 workman, 24-year-old} pom : we G, We ae
Snappers A. Tayloy C. Mac PORT-OF-SPAIN, Oct, 23 The detention of Scbrigher injpJohn MeQuarrie, ber price. waa ah, (fa it
Lean, G. Mac Lean (Capi) Dy} Amerigan busitiess in fast dis-/the ‘fth resignation from the/Gesth; he was ed in an th, be aA } \
Bannister, 8. Manning, F. Man-| appearing from ‘the Caribbetin| Polish Bimbassy diplomatic mis- jon om borrd Jast March, at b DSTRRUTORS ; Ch fy e ey
ning and BK. Ince. ‘area, particularly trom the British |sion id Londen for political rea~ be was finally réfiosted in re Ge me ELS tery ,
Swordfish A. Weatherhedd,| territories, This situation is caus-|sons im as. many months, July. But- her’. troubles: ‘were: aN a a an
(Cap). M. Jordan, G, Jordan, |ing great concerh to damerican| “A Polish “Bimbasty spokesman yet over; a leak. wae dis« § ESIATES & Th ADING CO [Tp “ ee ei nt
N. Portillo, M. Fitzgerald, G_| business houses, which before and |ty-day confirmed Schrieber's re- | covered in. hee. boiler room. end) Ay : 29 . Tet 1 re ree ih)
Foster and B, Gilkes. | during the war did very thriving | signation but refused to make any} she went sground once more, { nei ye any oy ~ pa ae
a The referse was Mr, W, Gibbs.| trade it these parts. So says Mr, | comment.—Reuter. Now the ship who served (ECKSTEIN BROS ) roe ‘ phen ot nf yourgalf, “2
i Next Thursday will be the K.O.|4. W. ‘Thurban, Seles Director of Britain in two wars is. near ber Ne ; SE HORE. ae Brome earRIRAEREENS
Finals; Snappers vs, Bonitas. one of the leading American Pibre rend, oh BS. fs0da-—phosp horus
a ST SPORT Wood suppliers in the United} MILK WILL COST: MORE ‘
LA States. = Visaues strengthened
SWAFFHAM, England. (fron Our Own —cxrespotient) . ' u 1a Ye pot you right, you ted # course of
Members of Swaffham, Norfolk,, He said that up to lest year he RN ameter Saeko Thousands Attend at fea ; Fl, ‘Sanatogea” Merve, ‘Konic Pood, ‘Sanategen’
angling club have decided to taka|had received orders _from__ his Mr. Jose de Monthy, Rect : Sy cpeceegme Sosa combines these two great body-building foods—
no part in organized fishing) agents in ‘tertain. British West{ot Grell and Company, said a os indian Festival viospdiones and Rrejala--ia their organic form,
matches next season. Indian islands, for his products,|Piarco Airport that the Trinida #0 they ace quickly absorbed inta your
The reason given by a club} but this year he was irformed that ; Government . may have to psy (PromOur Gwp Corresponde>t) BLUMDELL’S wre a oe wlorious vew health, youth
rember was: there were no yurchases to be | more money in the way of sub- PORT-OF-SPAIN, Oot. 23 re and, vitality fon rouse ovr whole bady ‘= <
“Match angling is becoming as) made. He added that it was quite sidies for Canadian four 9 toy THoueanas OF Peidonn thant gest $ 4 i your stringed eC Paden hee opens back =
nerve-racking as —_horseracing, ped gig 7 peetiey " prt pe taping Mand oe ae ae the mrasts. of SS James, Portcot- | Stauton 4 couree atogen’ ieday.
with bookies making the odds, Iota} trade at @ Canatlian dolar} > : as, ¢ ¢ : On sale“ elvomiiste awk de
of ie and dante and all the} had become on par with theirs, about 10 per cont on the landed eee eee ge ; one pe woes “auinte

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apples, coconuts and: papawes.
The main peste reported. attack.

ing petsante’ crops were the corn

ag ' According to rainfat! returns

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THE suitebility of Greveieed ae a site suring meth trom Trinida:!.

mers Pa fo 3 pape Megara sates

Island ‘or September was @.79 ar worm, tne —sebbage dblic and Ww Mperavet at stlested sites, - LAN
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fers receiving consideration lately. Same
would like to see the Rifle Range removed,
while others maintain that Gravesend is
the best and mest convenient site for a t
Rifle Reoge fs sg :
\

fox i992 was 12.13- inches,

| the everage for September for the

past 100 yeare was 7.71 inches.
Tho highest total fall for Sep-

tember 1050, et any of the above

stations, wae 11.a1 inches, record-
ce

continue to advoesie suitable con-
tral measures,

Concentrated feed as well as
succulent fodder waa in free sep-
ply throughout the manth.

Six hundred peasant holdings

with new anfarmation and Tung:
of = saecokioe for the fitur.
contro! iS peat.

During © September, ~ there has
heen a great demand for the iver

LONDON.
MOSCOW... propagandists’ have droppad
the Korean war like a hot potato.

2 Sizes

“WHEEL BARROWS

ed ai x station in the parish of ef sprayers. Information was) And, while it is still, too early tu disvern
; " and 18 school gardens, were yis- ection with a5 4 _ : i
ee oy ried ee ited by. the. Pessant -Agricniairay 2° i. Se ‘and. cucu}? definite trend, the whole tone of Moscow’s|i| GARBAGE: CANS Small & Medium

Both parties have reasons ide r thelr opin-
ions; but it must be coneeded Mat the
argument sbacking the “status quo “are not
particularly convincing, ‘The most cogent
reason advariced as far as these gentry are

_ comberned is the fact-ihat the Range has
been there for island where pedestrians rely on the fact ae to begin the “ ae
that they wore there first and therefore | oe Completed ge ek =, et
have an inherited monopoly of the. public | gina A senben ni fields clas ot

& claim to seinority js not to be light- Mag aries: SAM pews nice a peed ‘and
issed. the market

supply greatly ime
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ly

Jtis impossible to refute the statement Pang hither eth hs lth oor dic

t th ang been those plots had received an.

a be rifie range Has leouted at ny Rpnldlen ‘of supa ot
for fifty years a i that au olive! :

Tre wees & botling
tie rr ducing the North Korean supreme comman
“‘gélivities such as the Aquatic Club, the well and Some | €xCETSNE ~preRr ee cerae be tis new for Joans DS |. Moscow has NOT Conlon ae its
i Th talawien See Te =< e at
BP ic ‘Bathing Shed and the pao vane F budded y dueine ee ees ae ‘At thio meeting IU Wa etree gands attack on the United States verte
Company are comparative “Babes in the tiO@ Orange 87, Lime 269 and Mun. t© spproach the Government for fia not-Comimunis ry dee
‘onds” and newcomers to the area. But Garin 36. Youll. teets daltvertd FAS MuOR Lo. hinbest cman use| , ee
on © trom Codri wel wes: “ag Suitable for the’ asserabiing | amount
ington were as ne iB unt of radio time used for such seenedid
aiyone stopped to contrast conditions Orange 11, Grapefruit 8 Lima Of gill octs to be sold to fishermen. pe tly dimini
Barbados sity: y Sisuid r matters voncerning accounts | YAS greatly shed, and much of the
to-day. Gravesend in ‘tine days was en-
tirely closed to the public, I¢ belonged to
the War Office and was a military preserve.

30, Lemon 8, Papaw 18, Golden. Othe
“aA fey, with special passes from the i

weenie during. the: ani.
our jnango trots were grafted.
Peasants continue to receive Beale insets.

| io the prrish of &. Michael.

| The rainfall was sufficient to
maintain good growing conditions
bolh in plant cangs and rateons
and in many fields” unasualiy
heavy crops have already de.
vi eloped.

| The yar and eddoe crops made
i good vegetative growth during
ithe month. Several ers were

trees which. were mfested with {Radio breadcasts seems to have changed}:

Plant Di within recent days. Phere are fewer attacks ||
3 } SEASCS . " - oe

a aan heals . a Returns
Wolture Irrigation Scheme, Dur. Mosaic Disease (Eradication) Act, | more “peace” talk,

ing the month a new i2ft, 1943-22, during the gonth re

Citnax Windmill Walt wes in- Poried no euses of mosaic disense.

stalled - on one gz, while Fisheries

other peasants »2ere assisted with yraents on loans received

gelvatised pipe and other equip- Guring September, amounted t

mat. mainly fer overhead irri- $578.1 ‘This amount makes <

gation. tots! of $50,870.19 repaid to date

There was. 2 total of 126 mem aver RIE Towns issued.

of livestock on the six stations a Tutevest collected for the month

the end of Sere. including woe 1,85, making @ total of

young. stock during paid to date.

a Four ningeha and ince _ stra wot $809.39 was loaned

@n gallons of milk were pro- to a bitten for the ene. mek-

near Gixieen young pigs for ing pe otal of $98,234.25

rearing and 3 head of other stock, toasts,

surplus One meoting of the Fisheries

to the stations’ require.-
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of the “heroic efferts of the Korean libera-
tors” (meaning North Koreans); and to “in-
dignation” meetings in the Soviet Union
against the American “intervention.”

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orean war was the broadcast, without com-
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One ‘hundred and ninety-fouy V2sion of a concrete slab at th. |
” ornamental aie A = different Sheba for the cutting of large fish, ®
species were distri were also discussed.
In addition to cn gay 3,995 The “Investigator” carried out!
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4, - Military were allowed to bathe at the pee yields obinined. As ustial at 451 mixed trees were also dis- COmmection with the capture of! “Ihe theatrical centre of Siberia is Novo-

. time of the. year, fi ris ecking | oa: SI

o Engingers Piers Apart from this eonces- qarden | crops nate imited bisa Entomological See usa iP he hind fom oe sibirsk. This city has the largest opera house INTERNATIONAL
i ston the area was out of bounds for eivil- mpply . Now that the parasite breeding OF, {he Southern coast of the}in the U.S.S.R., with an auditorium seating

: the whole peasants are aat- pa & island: During these operations ;

; isha. with te 8 ‘main Season, has ended, routine work bank spptting and depth record: |%000. Its troupe of singers and dancers PP AINTS

ay . for ithis ‘eaiwéhience of the Military who SRE MR HORN PIRES MEER aueiad, vale Of witout and wieart igs wae made on several of the numbers about 1,000. Novosibirsk also has :

a were not particularly interested in the So ing and repairing of the units,

me cotton plots are ae ee These operations will continuc | 4 theatre of drama and a children’s theatre.”

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oo) taney A; rifleorange was built there ‘solely
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b erin moth breeding unit is being kept “Recen
3 as Gravesend was a closed area there was wiaespre Reepread vamoge’ hay been in operation so as to maintain the “Catches of fiah were again very |; ee ee portage ee
2 sigh stoc : te than :
§ - no fear of janis eat killing or mairo- cauned ee ee bg Fe bode feadteeds for Hout Souder work PORE Veaacunae se tik ita Caaetet vi nea ‘4 JOB WELL DONE BY EACH PAINT.
* “4f members of bic. being advised to do ‘The annual pre-harvest coynts : : ih :
: ing of 8 pu eareeta Ler gaan With toad. of cade stalls infested, have been Cotton. Spinning Plant | alone production of about 1,000 new articles SEE US AND BE INTERNATIONAL

‘When the Military left, the Government | arsenate solution. started during the month at the Production of 18's count cotton | has been mastered.

ou . Several peasar im cane breeding plots at Henley; so yarn se at the West Indian

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sewing machines, radio sets, gramophones,
rugs, vacuum cleaners, ete,”

Large quantities of breadfrult The attacks on the West have included
stories ike the following:

N _— th HRorean Sword “Vienna—-The Democratic Press cites new

By IRVING LEVINE - exnment of Communist Mayor Lee | facts which expose the policy of militariza~

even An conditions at eevee had

of single 10's yarn; the combined
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of termite damage was seen,
Some rat damage was also found,
During the ynonth 60 Lixophaga.

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Even || Seen parison with the bitter all-out attacks which

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*: an uneient rae up, one time “North tion which is heing carried out by the Aus- }

‘ “ Soni a , a real iniister of Justices, on- :
ae vesend. ft 4 a hiding behind a ele Aural” sieg rations from. ware- RowEod that about cne-thind a atte Re Aue And the western occupation) WHEN ONLY THE BEST UN
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he : ia On South Korean capital of Seoul for As for the non unists, bered more than a million ani SP LEATHER CLOTH WILL BO
| Sapna sea allele tar fegent years built | three months made no attempt to listen to the problem ein BOE st the war's. olutent woul | “Moscow--The heroic struggle ‘of the :

hide their sword behind a smile, fronted a University assistant pro-. have to evacuate Seoul because of

\ dip areas have extended along the sea coast ing the occupation period, fessor’s ate hanaed sia Oh, American ream ge a Italian working people agaiast the policy of
; ; t " 400! would teke a The ‘Pose order,
os so-tapidty that the Clidzens of Bridgetown | it is estimated tha thie ee Ns Ge th tape norichs Saad gie eeamallbg te aan one -Comtnnist es | aestroying the national industry which is|s . Ask for —

would have to, » ge Many miles to enjoy a | seoui residents a had no bene- one meal for myself and my three derits, was ‘to provide a choice of | being carried out by the ruling circles of

nes Hath if Geemvependt-were not available. | of ink or come |, children’ she anid Seoul for ihe nn of Noms |Taly on the orders of the American imperi-| %

ae on vee standing squabble | this eonrempondent today yt ae Cbona $1.06) rap emeenies seaman’ ce fest Woke stl thd itl ARLINGHIDE LEATHER
vthe ghieken and; the egg as to are eg es of ‘ unpeee soared to 12,000 tape oo “a ugh: Perhaps “a quarter of a miliion Rome correspondent, Olga Chechetiina. ,
mar!

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coulis of opinion that the standard of rifle
shooting, would improve if there were a

was |

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rarige away from the glare of the sea and | 'y in Seoul 4 ae Oe ee a core oul Rice, bassndor) Moscow's Radio in the past two or three
ity’r libera- made no apparent a’ #0 pro- John J. Mucci thes P AN EXTRA Mi
therndauxling- white. sands. tion than centtined statistivs. But vide some suitable at Cornmninist cipnitaries, ee f ne BEAVY AND
American officials in the South the war-limited foo supply, yess 5 Ng ; SoU SU IRA SBS Calas Mo ac
‘And quite anevt feore the dangers ond See pes! cease et Oras re Oey worse all a le ar aa — ue er ah 6° v has |. tem aso Pee. a ivr the Seto... ta ee) 4% we =

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prostitnity to sites used by the public, tere Korean estimates of the work oceuzation so the people Ould CN iid hanbe Visit to Seoul, | have changed.:
‘is no question that it is time that more Ph co . c help. papihirs eer Muccio's residence has a on : —iNS.

— should be provided for Bridgetown.

tee

‘The entire area at Gravesend should be
iets into a delightful park with
flowering trees and ornamental shrubs,
Such a transformation. would demand the
“Removal not only of ‘the Rifle Range, but

Twenty homens Seoul resi-
Thirty _ thousand, deported to
North Ki

More than 70,000 young Korean
—, summarily taken into the

* | North Korean a into work
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it “Reserved for No. 4 man,” but
apparently had never been lived
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of the British Union Union Oil Company’s tanks |, a though the {Communist ty otherwise —, their ome “Not fe aren these police | Jairyman, has just started out on his longest ,
é been ere . Under v@@st wou °
whieh’ can eae be described as orna- |Xorea, the North Koreans found days of Japanese rule there wes jewelry ,* other ‘paloahies ie round — a 1,250 mile walk to Rome as a Holy;
mental. an underground organization of much eat than during the course of their searches. Year pilgrim.
30,000 Communists ready to serve those 90 days.” But perhaps the greatest loss of
It should .:ot te a Herculean task to find ing’ to" eounloringiigenee’ mene Morin he oo eek be 356 AM gee ly small = Mackreth said:
a new and more appropriate site for a Rifle ies es all warehouse stocks of clothing ticularly when me eantia a: Zo I hope to reach Rome by Deceinber 22.
Range at such a distance where expense | ,,!?*,Ngrt Koran finstionaries and emved_ coupons oly 19 to he ai-raid shelters, "| “am going through Belgium, Luxembourg
and time in getting to the range would not | such wae as oe chosen st oe mo case of of fee Korean army but most | ‘nd Switzerland.”
be'so great ast ill enthusiasm for aman- |SncilRit” ened Som "he mete ie aiodaanding "wes bers cn i eet | | Mackreth’s target is 20 mies @ day.
Si . matter a wom: sport. occupation. measure. desp' records’ of crime. LN.
lycand; for ms 2% #3 anly They, received special tickeig In the riddle of July, the gov- —I.N.8.



OUR READERS SAY:

The Eiitor, The Advocate,
sding of atrocities on
Communism

ete., I-think everyone should feel

-eoncerned over the situa-

Won, and our one aim should be
wo Preserve peace.

‘nations must hold to-

‘and work in wali
‘hurches revivals,
more-employment Agencies must
be opened up, and here in Bar-
â„¢must set our own house



The “countries boasting high
civilisation must not let them-~-
selves down by lack of charity in
their’own homes. Deviation from
those. things that preserve a na-
tion, will indirectly aid com-

remedy lies with-

in ourselves. Let us strengthen

our side. Defence programme

would also help Barbados and
her unemployment problem.

CONCERNED CITIZEN.

Behind Time

The Editor, The Edvocate
SIR,—I read your article about
the lack of observation of time in

Barbados, and this should be
remedied.

As ane who has travelled, I
find that knowing the time bag
to get one ahead. It seems a bi
joke with some people even .
enquire the. time. In Barbados
“they have the world of time”.

Closing of shop doors have also
inere this disrespect of valu-
able time.

Unless Barbados gets busy and
scraps her backward habits, she
‘will be another 100 years behind

“Time”.
LOOK AHEAD.

Flog

To the Editor, The Advocate,

SIR,—I am shocked at the ter-
rible atrocities which American
boys are undergoing as Satin
has been a friend and helper to
all nations. This cruelty should
be checked by condemnation of
every country in protest.

Lack of patriotism which
fosters gratitude, is the outstand-
ing cause, and American and
British countries have lacked a
showing of their pride in their
countries and great deeds.

Even here in Barbados, we
could be more patriotic. By lov-
ing our country, we will take care
of our own, Neglect of this duty

bibatwny:
ret let us save our fing!

AMERICAN SYMPATHISER.

To the Editor, The Advocate—
SIR,

“The morning breaks. We must to
school

Say, vat is there that should hinder
ye

Prayers have been said and names are
e

racle
ean be damned if these

Report’ after report all say the same,
The work in school is far below stand-

Teaching today is not in the vanguard.
He a from his desk a monstrous
‘omit says a boy from
We oar in our shoes, our knees feel

“An. Miretieas sign”,
ind;

A cold. shudder runs right down the
spine.

Could net holidays be a little longer

So young hearts could grow
stronger

To meet this very terrible situation

Which gives our breasts such palpita-
tion?



No, steam, dear master, can cure the

everywhere our schoo!
The need for a better mond
surely the remedy you
it Jove for hate you eeu ante:
And, check the fears that in school
results will most surely

come
And everyone will then say,» “Well
“BUER."

done!”
Social Work

the Editor, — Advocate,

Li

of ruling by fear, must re
scrapped. People want
happy and free, and not “be

only, and an aim to under al

build rather. than
spirit that will
ts. St. Paul claimed that
chiefest of sinners, and
in this way won thousands,

The spirit of Jesus should be
pivot on which social work
should revolve

He came not to saye the
righteous, and those who think
posed are paragons can not: help
otners.

2g

F

With thanks,,
HUMANITARIAN,

» mense watershed of the

Race Separation In

South

JOHANNESBURG.
tr sg rhe of Prime Minister
Dani

Malan’s ore apartheid
—race se} elon it ten ca

ng
South Africa because the huge
reservoir of Africans in the native
reserve has broken its historic

bounds.
Throughout South Africa na-

: S tives are pictured as pouring into

towns which, only a few
ago, were predominantly white

Since the beginning of white
civilization in South ‘Atrica there
has been a sort of geographical
apartheid. The Africans are
largely concentrated along the im-
akens-
burg, a range of mountains just
iniand from the east coast running
mune of miles from north to
sou

‘ears

Now the rise of South African
industry has broken the dikes.
With few prospects of a slim live-
lihood in their own crowded re-
serves and the reasonable certain-
ty of jobs*and wages in the fac-
tory and mining towns, native
youth , began trickling into the
white areas shortly after the turn
of the century. The first world
war saw the stream of native im-





Africa

migration swelling, and it grew
steadily between t 1e wars.
Turned. into. Flood
Then the second world war
turned the stream into a flood.
Since 1939 tens of thousands. of
Africans have flowed into every
nook and cranny - the nee ao
sat -





















HAMS & BUTTER SPECIALS

dustrial system,







lite African townships Australian Leg Hams. Kola Tonic, $1.00 per bottle
around every one of “the Unfors Danish Tin Hams, 2 Ibs, and Steak and Kidney, 42c. per
major towns. Even 10 Ibs.



and villages, wherever there is a
factory chimney, have found new
black populations on their door-

Table Butter in Package.

tin.
Sultana Puddings, 48c.
Table Butter in Tin. tin.

step, . Ib

Even under ie TEA, BISCUITS : r
nian aoe meet te feta canes Raisins 16c. per Ib.
Marshal Jan C, Smuts town A RUM PUNCH

Choyce Tips Tes.

Ce-rs Chocolate Biscuits,
Carrs Cream Biscuits.
New Zealand Cheese.

Apples,

town erected legislative barriers
against the encroaching natives.
But these paper controls had little
effect.

Now the flood is lapping about
the cities and finding the Euro-
peans unprepared. Even Dr. Ma-
lan’s nationalist. party so far has
little more to offer than a slogan,
a vision of a réturn to the 7;

Oranges, Grape
Fruit.



graphical separation of the ,

century. It is a vision which finds sist Gnaee RUM
increasing support among the .
whites. Its practical application Order a bottle to-day
meets physical ‘resistance and ;

world hostility.







a )s
eon! or large

ie



Sar a ede eta

PRIDAY, GOTOBER #7, 1950

House, Shop| Eo.
Damaged |
By Fire ee





PEMHE SOUTHERN SIDE. of 4

house 22x11x8. feet, situated
at St, Sylvan's ‘Villege, St: Joseph,
was damaged by a fire ‘of cuy-
Known ovight whiel. broke oni at
about 9.45. pak. ono Wedneyiay.
‘Pine house is the property of Mott-
ley Dayan, and was. occupied ‘by
him, Tt is Susured,

A -shep in the same wWeinity, a
belonging to Bryin, was damage:
on the. smithern side by. fire at
about the same time, The shop
is hot insured

Beth fires were pul out by
Arnoid Browte and ‘St
Smith of the same address.

°F HE. EDUCATION Visual Unit

Zeve shows at ihe St. An-
drvew's- Church Boys” and Girls’
School on Wernesdey. . The sub-
ject of the show. for the boys was
“Roots and Shoots” while that for
the ‘girls was “The House Ply”.
A. cormentary on the house ay
was given by Mr. ‘Thorpe.

OS at the Alleyne School are
very interested in boxing. A
punching bag has already been
instalied at the school and 4 train-
ed boxer is doing the instructing.
The “Advocate” was tald yes-
terday that the Headmaster of the
School has displayed great inter-
ést and it is hoped that the boxing
will be a suceess. Ev 3. for
ee aré Wednesdays Bri-
ays.

?PHE BAXTERS BRIDGE at St.

Andrew was damaged dur-
ing the heavy vaitig on Sunday,
Owing to this ‘buses cannot pass
over the bridge and passengers get
off gt one enc to be transferred to
a weiting "bus,

“TO-DAY YESTERDAY

Clair

bined pS

pee

ME. F. G. TALMA, Praining Supervisor insttuets the Station Borvicemon at the Easo Serviventer, in

the use of a grease-gun. :

sheineiceumessasiencmnt maar ene ee

Xmas Trees
alore

STORES have a big supply of
Christres Trees this year. There
are the small imported trees as
well as the larger onos which are
made local’'y, and there is a big
supply of teys to go with them, |

By this time in Baca bar many
homes will be a-sparkle with the
ar eae fir trees. 4°

“Advocate” yesterday vis- ih *
ited Johnson’s Stationery and Mato.
Harrison’s, and was told’ at both
stores that the supply of toys this

_ WITH SMILES

A MOTORIST. drives
. attendant wipes off his windsereen and then
car, the distilled water in hig: battery,
the amount of gas ordered, _



ter service,

In Speed Trap



















there are toys like a miniature
saw mill factory, and a chemistry
set, the latter equipped with test
tubes, retorts, ete. f

At Marrison’s. the “Advocate”
was told that although the storé
is full of toys at present, more}
are awaiting delivery from ware~
houses and more are on the wav
trom the countries of origin.

“Cyril E. Smith”
Under Young
Skipper

THE 56-ton schooner “Cyril B,

is not true that an axe ran 4 man
up a tree.

“Tt is some of the peopie that
gather around the house at night
that are responsible for the stone ;
throwing and we would Hike the
Police to help us”, said Isalene,
“Our gardens and flowers have
been. destroyed. by idlers tranip-
ling through it’, she said.

Tsalene claims tat ox: Wednes-
Gay night a crowd of people sur«
rounded hey father’s house saying
that a spirit was inside it. Her
father opened the front door and
allowed them to corne in and have
alook. After seeing hothing they
soon afterwards walked away.

Earlier this week George Web-
ster reported to the Police that a
number of people were assernbling
before his house and throwing

“The station salesmen have learnt

to operate hydraulic jacks, remove

ant mount car wheels, repair car
bes.

Cpl Jones in giving evidence
said that on August 12 about 2.12
pm. he was on duty along Bay
Sirset Road. PiC., 451 Jones also .
acccunpapied him, They stoom|. TVhey dismounted car tyres and
cbout 110 yards away irom each} tubes anq mounted them. again.
other and this was measured by a oa. learnt how to give quiek and
tape. He had stop watch No. 21! efficient atteniion to a radiator as
and Jones stop watch No 20, well as manning a grease gun ane

There was a blue chalk line ee "side they

drawn across the road and in this a cee isti a
aw" st t
| was the trap. He saw the motor eas ok catia, the eee

; ualities of gasolene, the theary of
lorry T-176 proceeding to Bridge~ stah and canvas and the imiper-
town and it) appeared to be ex-|tanee on. sales of the keeping of
i igi 9 eee ee ‘Siclean driveways, clean restrooms

A Jt ‘t ad. lean :
When the front wheel of the lorry COR, CHbeeratIn: Ae: CTS ae mP

touched the blue, line he ‘started renee

fin Wateh $6 Work and then wath In other words, ee me drives
ith” Sr ei walk t ice station and
Smith” axrived at Barbados yes ed to Zones, He met him in thelcan ner com he ae

terday under one of the young~ “Gil her up” he gets gas and ex-
i trap and they, compared their)... ' fyioy| ot MAE
ee Re eevatackiorn ainee: ven «No 20 watch read $9 sseteongngir toms

Ofia waster won Zicyoarauid 'secohds, and No, 21.51 seconds: a ae
B.G. Gold
Mine Shuts

Vincentifin, Herman Ashton, who Askea b Forde
han had six years’ sea experience. | i,¢ clit i made a eer
From a schoolboy, Ashton be- »
ory, *~ jin checking the speed of the lorry,
Peis: Sasean ten gto? a Cpl. dones said that It was un
Agricultural Station Yard, 8t,| Pâ„¢ SO eee WHO IS likely for hin to do such a thitt
Philip,, to-night at "90 o'clock, | 25% uj ae Bator MMH VER ay he had Te yanee’ ectowicate In ie ROE Ont
es POLICE BAND will play, After he left school he start- checking: speeds, value of gold in terms of wages
at Hastings Rocks at 8 o'clock | © ‘his seaman’s. career. He join~| Giphs in making his defence|and commodities, coupled with
to-night. This is one ot their) ®t the “Lolita H.” as @ sailor.) .i4 that he was the driver of the{iegislative contro] on sales con-
‘ tinues to have an adverse effect
on tnihing interests in British
Guiana where ‘the Anaconda
Company, big concession holders
recently ceased operations,



oy

er veRort anc
thing had struck the house but
he did not’ see what it was,

HE MOBILE CINEMA will
five a show at The Home”

usual fortnightly concerts. qt ras not tong atter this that) ctor iooey thet day. He kuld thst

* | he was. promoted to sailing

YBIL GRIFFITH of Bank Hall master of the schooner “Frank- wae ae oe ieee "a hp
reported to tho Police that, lyn D, BR.” : ia $0 ie oid 0} psy oat

$65 in gash and a gold chain), He spent some time in St. ysis uk aed da Ge teak te

valued $25 were removed frony a’ Vineent working as a mate on’ ajspeed he was going at a’ the lorry



in to-day's
counter at the Ideal Stor ‘crash lnuneh before becoming} hadi. . a speedometer. In a letter appearing

Weaeuhay. es ¢ aie sailing master vf the 30-ton rans Chromicie and written from

OBER BRAMUE of Whi schooner “Hazel Scott,” swhich ea thi beating age

t a fe ries ii e, > f ucki¢ of Cuy. ywldfle. -

OS prad hipad ean Te Chee IS ENA Pod iled Hele -/° Seika ee Ree et

pel AMR Sat Mes aac ee A “whatever riuav:.ib + Tay of he

trom the motoz Mist Rainjuil x sterday

was
war M 22i4 while skigper of the “vyril .2. Smith.”

International Monetary Fung may
it was parked at White Park Road, This trip from St. Vincent to

have for recommending against an

the first . RAIN fell every day this week

cn Wednesday. It was his prop-| Barbados has been the t for ; ineréasé¢ in the official price of
him on the “Cyril E. Smith.” He| in 9% the districts of the island. Id ain rece!

ny: has recently taken over from ‘the weather broke suddenly on gold, (as they did agi ntly,)





it is clear that little corsideration

Captain Hutchins, The “Cyril ™. has been given to the very large

Sunday at aout 12.10 p.m, with
Smith” is owned by Mr. Mitchell

eer AT BATHSHEBA, Wi ob Uaktning and thunder

St. Joseph, are at present en-























y i increase in the cost of producing
3tti ; a} of St. Vincent. accompanying the heavy showers. ~
seen aa building, mae oaae Captain Ashton took almost five} Over two es of rain were re-|0ld, or expressed another way,

to the severe decline in the ex-
change value of gold in terms of
wages and commodities”

If produgers of gold in British
Guiana shipped bullion to New
York for sale at the official price
of $35 U.S. currency they will
net approximately $59 B.W.I, per

days to bring the “Cyril E. Smith”
trom’ St. Vincent here. He com-
pleined of experiencing a lot of
calm during the voyage, and of
the schooner having no auxiliary.
With good weather prevailing, he
felt that he would have made the

corded in the St, James, St. Philip,
St. Peter and St. John areas.

On M the rain still con-
‘tinued to fall, but not as heavily
as Sun and everyone was
noticed going around with their
rain coats. Boarded Hall received

their fishing beats so that they
would be seaworthy for the com-
ing flying fish season.

The fish catches there at present
are not very encouraging , and
recently many boats which ven-
ture out every day generally











return in the afternoon with very ae *oeen itt — has the heaviest rainfall of 24 parts. fine ounce after royalty anq all
little to sell. brought a cargo of only 300 bags} Tyesday and Wednesday were, shipping charges.

They are forbidden by Govern-
ment regulations to export gold
for sale to other than official
buyers at a fixed price. If they
were permitted to sell their gold
in a free market they would nel
between $70 ang $80 (BW.I) per
fine ource”, —Can. Press.

Almandoz Succeeds Tang
(From Our Own Correspondent)
PORT-OF-SPAIN, Oct. 23
Alderman Aubrey Andrew
Almandoz who succeeds Mayor
Norman Tang as Mayor of Port-
of-Spain. Mr, Almandoz has been

comparatively dry days and all
over the country farmers were
engaged in ploughing the soi] and
planting crops.

Although many farmers have
complained of the gradual denuda-
tion of the soi] by the rain, the
majority are still looking forward
to some good crops. The St. Peter
district had 93 parts of rain on

Tuesday while on Wednesday
Bote weed Tt pane

Yesterday was mainly bright but
in the morning there were some
slight showers. Up to 3 p.m. Dis-
trict “B” Boarded Hall had the
highest fall of 17 parts which fell
early in the morning.

SOUR-SOP
| CREAM
cs LIGHT !!

PHOENIX SODA “x
FOUNTAIN

KNIGHTS LYiy.

3

. Vincent.
Some of the men are complain- of copra from St ma

ing that the “fish” equipment is
much too dear and in some cases
cannot be obtained from the
stores.

The gill net is finding much
favour with fishermen around the
Batbsheba area.

IVE TRAFFIC OFFENCES
were r in the
Reports on 5 4 :
torists were reported for exceed-
the speed limit; one for
ving in a dangerous manner,
one for driving without the ap-
propriate licence and a cyclist for
riding his cycle without a light-
ed lamp to the front.

DINE TO-NIGHT

=a AT =
BARBADOS LEADING
CHINESE RESTAURANT

Delightful meals, prepared in our spotless
kitchen . . . served in our pleasant surround-
ings, we know you'll enjoy our chef’s specials.
_ Stop in toaight!

THE
GREEN
DRAGON

Open 9 a.m. to Midnight

No, 9 BROAD STREET
fox Reservations Dial 3896.



Inquiry Postpone

THE inquiry into the death oi
Clovis Holder of Howells Cross
Road was further adjourned by
Mr. E. A. McLeod, Cescter ot

ct “ ae?
ee ces
j Holder who was reported
tember



September 27. six years.






























E aati Sind bind Aiphonsa Hobie
ey my at thy jotier’s trade
is



to a Service Station and anj laid out streets.
politely asks
him, what can be done for:him, checks the watér in his i eee tee
then. pris injoped, water, telet and. bath hay~ pen! Bu eX vect-

“ P ‘ me been installed on “ath house. |
Thig is no airy tale. “MH is an
_ jeveryday oecyrretice in Barbados
{And it comes from a well though.
out plan to give the motorist bet-




a member of the City Council for










BARBADOS ADVOCATE-





ee ic at

825 FOR TW)
DEAD PELICANS

PORT-£

| Heuse-
Enlarging

Forbidden |e wm.

IN HOUSING SCHEME {fom St Vincent.

. gn + Of Wis ew: week shoating
IF ANYONE . would feons a the Garert Suadp.






















wr lianalinngsiatroremsiinth em ote

contend

that a bind ar ene his ; aE
» jiving With his hal vis, Tor Nes oriv A. shot team: a. gain. eg od by
ta go te Udsoon’s Reid Housing [pain wired. Fares, sSilines

“Sehentc Tor Qreaniwer, There’ be

whe hurried in the direc Toa, an
upbraived ie men ancl sisad twi
pelicans which Tannis hf seap-

work ‘gous Vo stores and | tes Someti lic
r : ; me. later a. ol
other customers who Koew/ Rin in| senetabia Mad ine a. oak

happier times, a therefore he “
has no cause: to aie beeause of /Mksstivate the report,

Use

hic valamity, As he deftly plased Tannis* oD Bae y

feb a ams” was. this onarnin
a tab ® top on ‘fs: teige yesterday; changed before ‘the City Rt) .«
'cur representative was surprised bai voy kicking the corpore | on
$to learn that he had lost his sight atteraptine a Retna ce 7.
peatwely . He distlosed this when foo nce ditinks= an hie He wus
» he Said: “Of course, } am bitnd) Acs ae ie :
tr lieve rr ordered to “pay $35 in Aré¢ ap
‘but I believe that if-a man is able. his gun wes: forfeited
}te work he should nt deast fry to pS. ¥ eS° Torferted.
, earn bis Hying and be independ- Aes
; ent.” Holder suid that he lost ‘his

‘sight about three years arc. SHIGAR WORKERS ‘SN

ile was one of several residents





DONT MISS =~








' the area whe told our repre- : THIS OPPORTI JN ‘ *
ent tive. yesterduy that cy STRIKE ee
were quite plegsed with the facill- irom Our Own Co ‘ ptece Tea i
ties. that rea heen provided for PORT-OF 8) GN, “ “4



them by Government. Of course, Only: a tew- of the 400°.) beker
residents have ‘to look efter thé }wiko went on strike at the A
maintenance, af their houses, and Sugar Estiet ted, at
‘tsame complained that with thely Potted ig o5 cael: Ae thi.
Caer eens wr. a avers Giele: oa
A & pre Be. + . ‘ a!
' “rim and neat in their costs of | 7 The Workers struck Ja.

GREY FLANNEL PANTS
at $14.00 and $15.40 pair



red paint along with the well . | day orien of.a. dispute GREY WORSTED
kitchen gardens, the 6& houses In [ {84 6 Anarene Ja, tt . ORS ”
the*area present a pleasing pic- | S28 and reduction in the 4





; ; at $18.00 pair
ture as one travels along the nicely ! = en eS. A ay ys $ =

| Sinansn’ hejd a two-hotc ™
“nce with the, General is

Water Pat In making representstions for |}

The district te now fully devel~

at $11.59 pair



ed te be biel to work on Hatur-
holder's area. ‘There.ia also eiec~| Fay.
tric st along the streets and

several of the occupiers have in-
stalled this lighting in their homes
jas well, Already there is a_play-
ing field and there is the likelihaod



#5
ie

tp niepeipninmr ainlaintie 2

O'REILLY is GRAN® [§- WHITE & KHAKI DRILL. ,,

at $5.47 pair ba














. crowd oF pen=| reer the biggest since pre-war : Thia very week eae Se: bys raping Ba be Fien y Saty ild INSP. ECTOR wnt ® ‘ —& ?
ple gathers rem re OS OE ee ie _| JOSEPH GIBBS of St. jon Salesmen ale bs rained a}. ere are three kinds of build- From Our. Own © ; So a ee
Boone Wetter Tawra athe nwa found muy fstetayâ„¢ a) |fhe_ mo Serviemte, Roqiuce iam nthe dc One cana: | "OM SSR aa 3 16 en ee
see the mysterious stone throwing Rteratane(ativing motor tarry ete on Bag | Steet. ; of house and kitchen; abother 1 aie Guy OfRellly, KA . Bis Ns ST.

Be ee melee ae ure with educational value. At “armies at over 28 miles per) re ae eon ues ~~ gud and the other, two houses and beet appointed Grand, int tl on ; : oe “e

Isalene Webster, daughter of Mitrlateic thepe ude oa hour on AuguaE TIE | Evso Sereieenter- yesterday, My, itches Whe Font Houta betad of the Wish Masonic. ) a” WIT
George hetet ei ahd the Advo= |v icing aaa tee tay oy Mr. E. A. Meleod betave WHOA) to LAs, Training Super visor, eee Salt’ tr ramparisen 20 the (if Trinidad. The lute Sir Gyger’ * imal, 2884
ee ee siicigite Oa bal'oons. There is a “Ubitda’| the case was heard fined him 20/> ae —— oh Battery) puok ONG: es » Hugeing Wes the frat We, x %
‘true, She said that-she has 7 jcar Set, with which the owner|te be paid “in. one month: or 14 | Seles aud service thu f——_ One resident With a big family | (0 eeetve this honor. Gy |. ae a , . ut ‘,
ri2e. thats neverican by following’ the printed}days? isoninent, Mr w, w,) te, bydrometer aud voltage tests) athe aon sae ee pr ake thE tinstructions assemble a tey car Reece. K.C:, appeared oa behnit of | 284 Wider-hacd inspection. Salter buildings, said meine would | fe : SRI SEATING BEDE ORR TRIS RUSE
fe wake. Ticats f Grecad: e for himself, Gibbs Sgt. Fonde prosecuted Phe course eras weak, ue like’ more room but under ’ era aC .
ene eee: a er said that it|.,20en, at Johnson's Stationery,}for the ve RS fae Dat Ln neni oper [aarcement which operates, he is; . ee hy

unable to make any additions. He |
complained that curing the rainy!

cate eti/aruset \ DRCORATIONS

& | §,





into the house along the sides and
foade his family very ancomfert-

| To mates Savoury Dish

th! ~
able. He attributed this to bad “4 ’ a
workmanship. Another complaint’. | really ase Tr
he made is thet the atanaport is & \%) tasty a
too far away in the yard from the 4 Fea
ding. “It should have been % ay o



neay the kitchen,” he said, “so that | %
when raib falls one would not) ¥
necessarily have to get wet if he | ,
has to get water.” -
whe eee oat oa
8 acon a ng | 5
peg the Gere to be jaunch: % Sactnone et
edi. Goternment and the eR |g
are"paid for the ie pohese 12 Ey
rae The Aet ind r house | %
week and
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tends over a period of 20° years, | %
but one can get possession: of \his | ¢
house iv 10 yoars if he is able to | §
pay for it in thattime. Dy no-tase
can he get possession earlier. This
provision was marle, it was Leatnt,
\o prevent outsiders fram coming
in and: profiteering to the possibie
detriment of the householder, | 2
Cost of the smaller house js £104, | %
te events £156. is
The scheme was started in 1938- {| ¢
40 so that those who have been |} %
paying regularly have now. pyid | ¥
down half of the house’s value. |
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Schooner. Off:
ee AS
THE “schooner ‘Wanuata, well

nown,
aitsh Guiana and Barbados,

ill hardly be calling at Barba-
dos within the next f.ve months.

The schooner is undergoing ex-
tensive repairs in British Guiana,
the Advocate was informed yes-
terday. ;

Before the Manuata left Barba-.
cas for British Guiana on ty 24,
it was taken on dry dock to have
its bottom repaired,

Its former skipper Hassell is
now skipper of the “Lueiile M.
Smith. ;

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40, Be. 100. ‘Ze.

Flour, Meal Come |

TWO THOUSAND bags of
wheat flour énd 2,000 bags of |)
cornmeal from New Orleans were |:
janded here yesterday by thc i
Norwegian steamship “Geiruly.” ||| |

The flour was consigned to’ |’
Messrs, Hull & Son while the ||
cornmeal came’ to — Messrs.
Da Costa & Co., Ltd. Paes

Other cargo of the “Geiruly”!
included corn starch from New |
Orizgans and .confectionsry au |
coffee beans from Jamaica. {

The “Geirulv” left rt las:
night for British a. Ite
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CLASSIFIED ADS§S. | Govt. Tries To

TELEPHONE zo0e

PUBLIC NOTICES
NOTICE

Fruitful Hull Road, leading to Cane
Garden in the parish of St. Joseph, is







. Her funeral will
leave her late residence at 4.30



‘clock stternoon f the
Wacky Cee ery. Friends are closed until further eves. also Season
invited . Grove Road 1h Springfield,
Winifred Ward (ew Yorki, Data’ | | closes until further etigh: These st
Tudor. 16,50—in, {aes béen dameged by recent heavy



| By onde: of the Chairman of

OF HIGHWAYS,
St. Joseph







AUTOMOTIVE ts given that it is the intention

of the Vestry of the parish of Saint

CAR-——One Prefect Ford car “ H.P.| Michael to cause to be introduced into
New tryes, mileage 1 House of Assembly of this a

excellent condition. Apply Howard King. the said Vi to raise a



CAR—One (1) 6 Cylinder Chevroiet Health of the said
Sedan, 1 : t parish. Such a loan to be repaid by
order. Apply Frank instalments the first ment of £350
Pnone 27.10.50-—t.f.n.| to be repaid in 1953 and the



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Peter, “Ap-

October 28 inclusive ys 9 a.m, to 5.30 plicants must be registered it~

Bi | cussing the effects of the Govern-

‘ea | planks vat the Party. They claim

BARBADOS ADVOCATE |

ners nee

PAGE SEVEN

ae
OUR HARDWARE STORE .





Muzzle Butler Party

t 10 and 11 ROEBUCK STREET
In Car Ba: * ee
oe swill be closed for STOCK-TAKING }% ~
Sep sue SS. Sells, Seek een on MONDAY & TUESDAY 30th and 31st OCTOBER oo:
We will be re-opening on WEDNESDAY ist November. —
Will our Customer: and the general public please arrange apse

their business accordingly . .

eevee L, HERBERT Ltd.

» 10 & 11 Roebuck Street.

nant over the results of the elec-| Pilgsim "Sen Harriet Whittaker
tion to the Executive Council. | Sch Timothy A. H. Vansluytman.

Paity members claim that the
affair ak planned by the Gov-
ernment in — to “muzzle =





Inecurporated

ARRIVALS 1926
Schooner Cyril E. Smith, 56 tons net,

Capt. Ashton, from St. Vincent.
V. Moneka, 100 tons net, Capt,

to
general election when the Party
would then have control of the
Government.

Party members are busy dis-



tons “het, Capt
-S.S. Aleoa Pegasus, tons t,
Copt. Morgen, for Halifax, “™

or’s speech on the party’s policy.

The main topic is the question
of nationalisation of the oil and
sugar industries, one of the main





Seawell denies Natio nal

that Government’s statement i:

SOUTHBOUND

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Lady Rodney will be coer at the



for Values that are easily the best anywhere. .

pum. on the h October 1950.

‘ in equal annual ts of £350 in — nt wen the Britis ils Sails Atrives Sails th lof

" Teo ly: Harold Weather-| at £4 cent out of ur Party's policy in the Unit- ARRIVALS By B.W.1A.L. Montreal Barbados i} Announces the arrival of —

head C/o Bruce Weatherhead Ltd. the ‘raten ot the said’ parish weptil ea . They intend to TRINIDAD:” Carmen Biackman,| LADY RODNBY 4... < W'OSt. 18'Get. 16 Get. 28 Oct ‘Oct. | {i
20.10.50—t.£.n “ey |CQmmunicate with Mr. Clement | $<%,,0iing. O'Quinn Robertson, John | FARSOAN CRUISER... 33 Oct. 2 Oct Nov. 1¢ Nov.
Clerk, St. Michael's Yeux: | Aitlee to clear up the statement] Dr. Baouara ‘Core pabriete Cate SonsTRUCTOR 0 Nov. 14 Nov. — + Qt Nov. c Nev. |i SMARTLY TAILORED LINEN DRESSES
1 LECTRICAL din “| which the: id “mish Irvan Burroughs, Graham CANADIAN: 23 Nov. 27 Nov. — 7 Dec. 7 Dec. Y)
—— 'y said was “mis leading ug! a Burroughs, In Plain and Floral patterns

ened arias Seen aienaiaion d inet Enbour Burroughs LADY RODNEY.. .. 0 — 2 Dec. 4 Dec. 13 Dec. 14 Dec. ) ain an pa wey
i tat To ng chant eae te re a pay Pen) raeranieae Be? WLAt | EADY ROR = NES bie ie ake |i desired at the

ir = . _ : ‘ . {
ei RS I Mairi a aid Rasen ators ezine | EAEY REE = TH TRE: RAE RHR [ff QUALITY and Cut leave nothing to be desired at
ne or R "ey in, Wines Sese| MAIL, NOTICES —_| feet ssi ome ame” oe | ea

° nm 5 int yh = ry
MISCELLANEOUS te be introduced into the Legislature s, George Marshall, Lina Marshall, \ meee
- gf, thie, Island a Bill to amend APPLES, APPLES—Bnglish_ Apples| Saunt Lucy's (Barbados) Loan inited Pilgrim closed Stanford, ae Arrives | :
ase. a tb, Gritih's, Rockley” Dial aie Fe gee, katborising | the | said Gerere) Fast, Gee na underi ann | Bi pigt ANTIGUA: Una Vasquez, Vere| 14 ot Rhee” how. % ) a Beautiful assortment and various Prices ae
7,50—2n. | to use the moneys raised under the | Ocraber ina! ae ; Dimysins Harold ADE? meer. +(e Saeew cy oo ea : 3
BPE f Rs a mnas| EAE a Sane “eee nea cage ot 10 a.m. on he afl ua oni han OH | EADY RaaON SS Hg j. PLAIN LRGHORN Haine 29408, Hay, ARS
ih en ee the present Rectory of the sald parish, Ordinary Mail at 10.15 a.m on the Apt hate ee oe 5 and $4.70 each: Chee. ME t
BAD LS | Saeneae aeee , CARRINGTON & SEALY, | MAILS” tor 'D > Sch $566 ‘ 66 ‘ , : i ee. Oe ae ae
ie : Solicitors for the Vestry | Mary Carouine il Ibe closed. at the . 7 Gr Denier, ve Seaine wena ante | 4 Vowel det )

GRATES ONIORN’ te Uma TID wel of tg Parish, of Saint | General Post Office ‘as under:— ELECTRICAL ITEMS. ee \\ LEGHORN ‘HATS WITH LACE BRIMS @ $4.03 each |,
Crates Choice Potatoes 66 Ibs. at Te. Me OM. 18 tea. | Conca eee ont Washing Machines with spin Ske )) x
Harold Proverbs & Co. Ltd. onset + | October; ‘Mau nt 40. wean driers—Electric stoves with )) 8

al NOTICE vee Wiinces Blogante GARDINER AUSTIN & °O.. LTD. — Agents. |{} Please enquire early at — ee

HAND EMBROIDERY: Come to PARISH OF ST. PETER ey, Mail” at 10.15 a.m. on the Pistes Kettler none ek rs , Pe . "
Queen's Park House and see the ARTS| 1 /polications ay ‘invited for the for St. Vincent; Grenada: ~Heating Pads and ) : Y . ice ts
from Monday October’ 38 se aeneat for the Parish ot Bt Pete | qrinidad and British Guiana by the S.S.|% Bolletiers. John F. Hutson Lid. ! F 0 G A RT § Nhe .







p.m. daily. Admission 64. Articles for cal practitioners.
sale and Orders taken. Salary is $260.00 month plus
22.10.50.—4n. -00 for the V. sahil Tiea
penta, tea Monks | 2 fc te Marcy
‘ace 8, ving asks, ey 3. A \-
aise cag ta oo . Limited Quantity fications pe Ragen te corwened
Oo ese way re, cas
as an: eben a iorerEnes by January |
4 For further particulars apply to | ¥
PI coo: — Large and the undersigned office du- | ¥
small we have them. John F. ‘Hutson ring:— - a" * %
Ltd. 10. ianenaare from 10.00 a.m, to 2.00; %
WINDOWS last! ? Zivaredays from 10.00 a.m. to 1.00
Many people are benefiting by a re-| p.r
duction of 25% on the cost of their Saiwrdays from 10.00 a.m. te 12 noon,
windows and doors built L. & Signed G. 8S. CORBIN
Millers’ up-to-date Machined W one Clerk,
Works 2791, L. & HH. Miller, Peter.
City. 1, 20. ‘i. 50—12n,
TIERCES—(200) Two hundred Empty ‘OTI
Fai Tierces. Can ns seen at the Rob- Tr means h CE
rts’ Srapudapueing “Co, . ro Govern- | ton vember ‘ist ihe dinar Te
ment Bil. 24.10, oon: Boric: -anaite on Hasti"igs Rocks
: rine fead of six pence. .
Pe ie sreresse is unavoidable cue to the
ttn eott a iS SS Bo lace
la MicHOLs.
BUNGALOW--Newly built stone Buo- Por ine ‘Hrsting's Hocke Otce.
galow at Dayrells Road. corner of Gilley 35:20), 60-—4n,

ns sutanti NOTICE

nn ALL accounts and Bills soncernin
BRAMBLSY -~ Waterford Gap, ante ; 2 .

“\] Dodds Plantation, Please send to the
ruity Manager of Seawell eae

Michae}. From WNovermber ist,

furnished residence. For parti¢vlars .10.80--6n
Phone 9062 18 ett ems Hs anaekinctiten oan eaten
" GLENDALE—Unper White Park, con WANTED

GLEMNDALE—Upper White Park, con.
tains 3 Bedroo:ns, Drawing ani Dinin,
coe ete., also Garage: Rent

month. Available Ist ae
Bboy on premises. 0, 50-—Sn , HELP
“HRATHFEELD See Goast | A COOK = Apply Hamilton, Worthing
Yully Sosnabiee, rat Leeper, View Gap, 27.10. 60-10
6385, ASTD, Barbert. saa anne eeneninteermntemee |
Bila, we ®.10.50—6n | JUNIOR SALESMAN, Munt have driv-|¢
eibresesnteencnndeescbeaoanndibadhibtenbeb enn ing Licenge, Sepiy seal teiter. Tarad-
eee rot sem Re, a Dp. Mast wlaow wey Seep ier; ,
porn} Ae emus he ain enn )
bagi * 10 B-58. | . XOUNG WOMAN-Ays IF) to make | §

herself generally useful in the house,
sees. in, good wages. King 2005,
26.10, BO.

sonnet edness ep aerate eemererreeee
YOUNG MAN OR GOVPLY interestad,

in hotel development. Good ore

capable persin, Reply P.O. Box:

OFVICR--One. spacious ae situahed
im ae Sireet. opposite



TROLAWINNY—On Hastings Main Road,
bectroams





Mat each with sorene | water 27.40, 0-80,
mal public room, Phone ne nee eNN LenpetNReRAnNRA NaRELieReNE et
a. 10.60-—tn MISCELLANEOUS

Se etnerntt eens nneeemnamentenn iam,

PERSONAL

The pihite are hereby warned ea agranat
Siving credit to any person or persons
whomsoever, in my name ss 1 do not
hold myseli responsible for anyone con-



cere eer reencenneeenemmeyenmnmerememneiinnaamnameret
BARKER'S CHAIR in Goud Order cv
Slightly out of Repair. C. Pierrepainte,
Stanway Store, Lucas St. Dial se0i,
2810 502

"BORES — All kinds of Gard Borra
Boxes other Se eeaaiee card,



i (Eaelte tal ts

Spety Advocate Bi t.
tracting any debt or debts in my name

unless by, @ written order signed by me. ses I b0—2.£2.
Bri ee ae: ear Ladies & Gentlemen to know that we
aie Nichia 1] make all types of GARMENTS at reason-
Be, Michael. io.sonan, | aes, prives. London. Fashion “Talior.
ede . ~ 2. CGC., Corner Pine Road,
Dirt 3168. 27.10.50--2n,



PURLIC SALES ee eae 1

ne et On ne ert nm nen etna 27D, 5-2.

UNDER THE IVORY HAMMER CIRCULAR

By instructions received 1 wilt gs on



















French Line

27
Ordinary Mail at 3.00 p.m. on the 27
October; 1950.



5.S. “COLOMBIE”
S.S. “COLOMBIE”

og eg nates and La Guaira on the
tober accepting passengers.
Sailing to Plymouth and Le Havre via
Martinique and Guadeloupe on the 29th
October, 1950.

For further particulars, apply to:—

R.M. JONES & CO. LTD—Agents.
















SALE NOTICE

Sale of House at St. Matthews
has been withdrawn, R. Archer
21.10, 50-1.







BARBADOS ELECTRIC SUPPLY
CORPORATION CTD.

McKenzie.












COMPAGNE GENERALE —TRANSATLANTIQUI
i NOTICE

Se ees

Real Estate
































NOTICE

Before Buying or Selling



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No Visitors will be ailowe® on board SS) “Curadsiiniy
on Sunday, 28th October, except by invitation or pass iseued
by our Office, *

Pays to see



Claim Butlerites
C. Gordon. Sch. Grril B. Smith, Sch
TBORTOR SPAIN Oot ss. | Ene Sch. May R'eMuee 2 |
The Butlerite party is indig- | S°rvior, Sen. Anila H., Sch. ‘Sinter-] "|














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Kitchen ama Bedroom Cabinets
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if yon don't bh to, we rye Pac te “protect
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Morris, Tub wod Rush Suites
and separate plecs—Berbive and








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EL QUINTETO PANAMERICANO!



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Now's Your Chanen to Save $ YF &
oma ANY A BEG WAY mmmonne

4. Weeks of ALLURING OFFERS &
Unbelievable BARGAINS

Read it for Yourself & Tell Qithers

DE OCTUBRE, 1950

PFS

PESOS SSG S VES OOF CESS SEES

Compuesto de Mosicos que fueron NACIDG en Cuba !
en un Programa de Media hora canciones LATIN-AMPRI-
CANANS Antes Is Pelicula . . . .

“LA HISTORIA DE UNA MUJER"
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PRae Detober 27h at Messe. i
tations Lah wsare House Hay Street; Precios:~-Plaiea 20c., Palco 360.; Baleon 48¢., Luneta 600. F LADIE | ?
wen Messrs, Galea os. Garage—| ¥> Janes, Land, , ‘or fs ENTLEMEN!
GP Bags Digrk Ceysiah Boies ele ot Black Hook, ICOS « Offer You: foes :
VINCENT GRIFFITH, o t. Michael, 8. COTTON VESTS 2 for 8106 ,
et en Witsoe - 1956, ; MO 5 CORTON PRINTS in widest 92, Win, Hanry Stroot. ~ Dial 3466. CARON TREES S tot £808
30, , variety from 4@¢ dl COTYON SPORT SHIRTS
Dear Frienvs & Parrons = CLAVES i.
REAL ESTATE x a a iBenor Marsha eee ae hee a. TON DOMES ee ct = Si se i ; AD
SRE, 200, eet Por a aid Lowel Leura was, com: ie cs GUITAR. ae Household Goods Haberdashery, Etc. ‘SILK GFORE SHURTS Suit
ike tak ees, ee pletely destroyed by. & % iene % be te QUALITY SATIN : ee renee eS
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Gallops

‘Fair Sally’ Favoured) Series Opens |

‘*No-To-Nite”’

Progressing

Hy lbookie

LAST Wednesday morning there was a heavy track

as owners and trainers seiit
eutside the barrels. This w

their charges on trial gallops
as reflected in the slow times

which prevailed all morning and the state of the going is
appreciated when it is noticed that the fastest five for the

emeeiae vs 1.094.

Impressive were the two nev’
horses Fair Sally. 3 and No-to-Nite,
although the former's time for the
once = was not ee be-

cause
puneWeare afound the

begun finished

Nevert! she eae:
ee

ly well and is now probably

insteied as the favourite

the Maiden. No-to-Nite, 01

other hand, while doing no

startling eserves ial
mention mainly. oe the proetess

which he made in the last week
before last he
up wi

a

again “
oe was
or two that of
nfusion who did
Cost fh ge to box gallops for th:
merning.

Times recorded up to 8.30 were
as_ follows:

Flieuxce went with M
who had a tough job to bg
and just failed to do so at the fin-
*. Tae teen bom bo tan ic

. 34.
Duloibella did a comfortable five
in 1.15. ie

Rebate went with Musk whe
Was no neces for her anc
Py, age up lengths apatt with
Rebate sailing on in front. She
did five in 1.12.

pone ge a eee
origin I am not et a

five gain horsemen Ae
ea ity time with at
sp auenied,

eee id
a ani
really sae chem
's attention
ower escaped, did a box to box
finishing the last five in 1.134. /

very trying experience for Van-
guard. '

Fair Contest’s time was impres-
sive inasmuch as was only

rely allowed to stride out by

vonet. She did the box to box
in 1.354. ;
Kendal Fort looked fresher than
he did last week. He went five
with Gun Site in 1.1

Cross Bow was a rather pitiful
we on ‘the Mud whied, elserty he
= SMCS ae). AGP Orped st
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ethan, im contrast to
revelled in the going

$ seldom. turvown out sich a long
stride. She came back in 1,328
for the once round,

No-io-Nite, whose name causes
mo end of quips by various stand
dfities, did a box ta box with Fox-
glove in 1,32 The fatter was
much weuker at the finish,

Osileion dii a half mile with
Bachelor’s Folly in 582

Aranda and Nan ‘Tudor obvi-
ously Rave a jot of speed, Ther
did four in 59%. But I do not think
they will be able to hold it for
long on, rave aay.

Piberlah Ledy did a box to box
in 1,94

First Wight ae ee Friend-
ship did four in 594. Fire =
if indeod revor
ing ber }iome he
ire time.

Sun Queen did the best five of
the morning in 1,098.

Oateake ant Landmark looked
about equal to each other d
five in 4.19. The former looks
a sixe bigger and better than he
Wag only last dune in Trinidad,

Bonnie Lass is a tail
of the frst o7
iy1, 174 and dor
enjoy galioplag or life im general
for that. matter,

Bhards went of with Usher
who naturally founda box io
ox in stich mutt ike the much
re his. years. Pheros’ time was
i

Vixen; a steady runner and
roarer, did a half raile in 58 2/5,

Tnfusion did the best box to box
for the morning returning 1,92 1,8
for the trip.

Biremist diq ive
tha bit. A lace between, herself,
Oatcake and Watereress would be
entertaining at al} times and it's
a long while since We have had
such high class rivalry in division
D. But due to her lay off { won-
der if she will be At emougis,

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not appear to



Casieiibwcaltts Win

One-Day Match

DEV. ,Oct. 26.

The Commonwealth bird.
Cricket team had no difficulty i
beating a National Defence Avaae
emy team here on the first goa
of a one-day match today by

e

“The Commonwealth declared
their first innings closed at lunch
time with 171 runs on the board
for the loss of five wickets, and
they then skittled out the opposi-
tion for 87.

The Defence team
still 10 runs short of the number
required to avert a follow-on (75
runs in ,one-day Sete but a&
only 15 minutes p! laying lime re-

med stumps as rawn. By

the rules the team with the first

innings advantage in a one-day
winners.



match were thus the

The Commei.wealth hed see
badly, losing Spooner with ©

two — on the board, but Fish-
os, Be Dooland were aggressive

ee cs on =: for the sec-
on witket

After that ao. a left arm
legbreak bowler slowed down. the
scoring ‘rate and in one spell of

10 overs he claimed three wickets
for 25 runs.

aoe included six fours in
his while Dooland hit nine
bomacaetes
the Defence team’s in-
'ribe in a spell of 10.2
overs, eight of which were maid-
ens, took the last five wickets
for only six runs.

Churchill Wins
Jockey Club Cup

»NEW MARKET, Oct. 26.

Mr. Winston Churchill’s remark-
able nch bred y four-year-
old mist gained his biggest suc-
cess yet when winning the histori
Jockey Club Cup valued £1,17
and run over two and a quarter
miles here today,

Mr, Churchill flew specially
from the opening of the new
Huse of Commons to see Colon-
ay me 1 ye ee ebabage ants,
a1 te ~ . te





* “whe
axth reee in

‘ ws
ne ing ie buwees-

on.

Mable jockey Tommy Gosling
got him home one- and a hat
jengiths ahead of Vicomte Fovy’s
Pars de Calais ridden by Rae
Johnstone

The éniy other
a $ tw 1 shot,
alg



runner Mie! Rosa
set th but
f went

a galloping in relentless style
Rosa vame under pressure




Mie t
going into the dip trailing in eight
lengths behind Culonist and Pars

de Coiats,















aument as to whe was fhe win-
ner. On Wednesday they did

Hi Lo and Dunese Ll managed te} four in $@ 1/2.

Ret for, three only. They did it in
Pe 4/5, Both these Vespers 4
olds should figure prominently st}
e bf the Trumpeter Cop
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THERES JUST MELAS:
Se LL

Wilmar did four jn 457

Atomic If did five on 1.i4
The good lookiog
old Soprano was the last ir
but she did a four onkh at
vestraiied pace.





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New Cricket |

o-morrow

On account of November lith
being a Race-day all Cricket fix-
tures scheduled for that day have
been cancelled. The next series
beginning on October 28th will be
continued or. November 18th and
eonelided on November 25th.

Stumps will be drawn at 5.30
pam. ang’ Clubs are urged tc
commence play at 1 p.m. if pos-
sible, Fixtures, grounds, and the
waeuer appointed are as fol-
lows =~

FIRST DIVISION

October
November 1% 25

Pickwick V Spartan at Oval—
J. H. Waleott & §.C. Foster
Umpires,

Police v. Lodge at Park; H. B.
Jordan and G, . Forde—Umpires.
Carlton V Empire at Carlton,
F. L. Walcott & D. Roachford—
Umpires. ‘



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ae Ee oer
, A x
Y. M. -P. Cc.
Sat, 28th Oct. at 9 o'clock
What do you like for -our

Hallowe’en pals, Ghosts and
or just boys and cals?

It's a date
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. ee
tion will be viday
oe gh ey game con-
chu wh also decide
Colony oe =
British Guiana and

Wednesday — results pense as
folows: Brassington (Trinidad)
drew with Quashie (Trinidad),
Walton (Barbados) drew with
Barker (Brit sh Guiana), Osborne
\British Guiana) beat Crannum
Barbades). Pratt (Trinidad) beay
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Wanderers V Combermere at
Bay, C. Cumberbatch & L.
Spellos-—-Umpires.

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October 24
November 18, 25
Y.M.P.€. V Wanderers at

Beckles Réad—C. Small &
Harewood—Umpires.

Windward V Empire at Wind-
ward—G. Clarke & W. Bayley.
+Umpires,

Cable & Wireless V Spartan ai
Boarded Hall—C. Archer & C.
Batson,—Umpires.

Mental Hrespital V Pickwick a
Black Rackets. Gilkes & J, Hali |}

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Which Willi You Choose?

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Griffiths Satisfied
With W.L Shipping

(From Our Own Correspondent) .
LONDON, Oct. 26.
WEST INDIAN CIRCLES here are annoyed at.
Mr. James Griffiths’ statement yesterday in the
House of Commons that shipping services within
the Caribbean on the whole are satisfactory, but
that no practical plan has yet been submitted for
improving services with the United Kingdom.

Mr. A. E. V. Barton, Secretary of the West India) *

Committee, said: “Mr. Griffiths’ statement will confirm
the impression held throughout the West Indies that the)
British Government are indifferent to the very real dis-
tress which-has been suffered every year since the war an1|
which is likely to be repeated until relief is provided by)
ships of other nations”.

We Will Eat

Our Beef

Ourselves
SAY ARGENTINIANS

BUENOS AIRES, Oct. 26.

The Anglo-Argentine “cold meat
war” as viewed from here ap-
peared to-day to be approaching
new heights of mutual recrimin-
ation. The speech delivered here
earlier_this month by E. J. Joint,
British Commercial Minister in
Argentina was described by the
semiofficial Democracia in a front-
page editorial as an “error by the
British Government which ordered

He pointed out that in the East- |
ern Caribbean before the war)
there were no less than seven)
large fast passenger ships in the}
luxury class which, until the Col- |
ombie resumed its sailings this|
month, each took double the num- |
ber that can be accommodated by |
any ships now serving this area.

“Today,” he continued, “with a |
greater demand for space conse- |
quent upon developments which |
have taken place we have had un- |
til recently in the Eastern Carib- |
bean only one ship—the Golfito— |
on which we could rely for any |
considerable number of British |
passengers. Now we have_ the)
Colombie of the French Line}
which, however, gives. first choice |
to round-trip passengers, second |
to French Nationals and what |
berths remain allocated to people |
from this country.”



The French Line also have a

it’ and an “incredible impru- smaller ship which might take |
dence.” The newspaper added;|@bout 50 British passengers and |
“It must Have provokea in the there were two Dutch ships on the |

Surinam run with a combined ca-
pacity for about 160 each way to- |
gether with two others which only |
provided homeward passages for |
people from Trinidad. |

“The whole position is really |
bad,” said Mr. Barton. , |

mind of Foreign Secretary Bevin
a sensation of disgust.” Another
paper commented that it made no
difference now to Agentina
whether the price differences
which halted meat shipments to
Britain over threé*months ago
were settled or not,

“If the British do not want to
eat our ‘baby beef’ we will eat it
ourselves” it said, Taking issue
with the recent comment of the
London Evening Standard, the
Noticias Graficas describes Lord
Beaverbrook as “this small ugly
shifty politician” who “always has
systematically opposed Argentina.”



- e e ”
Ministries Given
To Members Of
e a "9 . e
Trinidad’s Cabinet
PORT-OF-SPAIN, Oct. 25,
All five elected members of
Trinidad’s Cabinet have been
given ministries, according to an
official announcement made yes-
terday following the first meeting
of the Executive Council. The
three official members—the Colo-

nial Secretary, the Attorney Gen-/
eral and the Financial Secretary— |

British Circles here who are in
touch with developments on the
other hand took issue with the
speech made by the Argentine
Ambassador, Carlos Hogan in
London on Monday. They strongly
emphasised that no _ reference
could be found in anything he
said, about the other problems
disturbing the traditional trading
relations between the twt coun-
tries, such as outstanding sterling
remittances or failure to grant
licences for British imports,

—Reuter.

——

RAIN FELL
LAST NIGHT |

The rains came again last night.
Shortly after 10 oclock the City
became dark as thick clouds blot-
ted out the moonlight. The tem-

rature which was 82 degrees

ahrenheit dropped by two de-
grees while heavy showers fe'l,

Gutters in James Street, Tudor

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have been given the responsibil-
ity of the administration of certain
departments while there is a lone
nominated member without port-
folio L .C. Hannays,

Ministers announced were :—

ROY JOSEPH: Minister
Education and Social Services.

ALBERT GOMES: Minister for
Labour, Industry and Commerte,

VICTOR BRYAN: Minister for
Agriculture and Lands,

AJODHASINGH: Minister for
Communications and Works.

NORMAN TANG: Minister for
Health and Local Government.

P. M. RENISON, Colonial Sec-
retary: Minister in Charge of
Street and many other roads over- Police, Immigration Office, District
flowed and rising water covered| “4ministration,
the streets. Many night strollers} J, L, MATHIEU-PEREZ, Attor-
and window shoppers were caught) ney General: Administrator Gen-
by surprise. They neither vee eral, Crown Solicitor.

umbrellas nor raincoats and the

majority were forced to shelter A. R. W. ROBERTSON, Finan-

for hours. cial Secretary: Accountant Gen-
These showers were experienced | eral.

in many other parishes but stop- The new Ministers took over on

ped before midnight. Thursday morning.—(C.P.)

for





OVER 100,000 GERMANS
STILL IMPRISONED
IN RUSSIA

BONN, Oct. 26.

A crowded West German Bundestag to-day stood
to approve the declaration by Chancellor Adenauer "de-
ploring the fact that hundreds of thousands of former
soldiers and deported women and children are still being
kept prisoners in Russia.”

The Bundestag’s special session
, was attended by almost. all the
members of Government and Op-
! position parties except the Com-
munist party.
“The fate

Jamaica Delegation
For Washington
Will Discuss Emigration

of former Ger-
man soldiers and deported Ger-
man women and children in

Russia is frightful’ he said “we

(From Our Own Correspondent) have carefully gone through all
KIN ! material and have come to the

At the Vil chal s. conclusion that several hundred
;.._,| thousands of Germans are still

State Department, a Jamaican being detained in that country.’



delegation to Washington on the
recruitment of farm workers
locally will leave for Washington
a week earlier than was
anticipated.

Hon. Ww A. Bustamante,
Minister of Communication, and
Mrs. Rose Leon (J.L.P.) member
of the House of Representatives,
accompanied by Miss Gladys
Longbridge, Private Secretary to}
Mr. Bustamante, will leave The West German news
Jamaica on Thursday and will be| DPA halted its transm
joined in Washington by delegates! two rm ites, special pr
of other British Caribbean' read in ¢Ghurches ar
Colonies. They witl open negotia-! churct and civic |
tions with the President of the| called > re
Commission on Migrant Labour

He expressed satisfaction that
Yugoslavia had returned the bulk
‘of German prisoners and hoped
the remainder would shortly re-
turn.

Traffic stopped for two minute
at noon to-day throughout
ern Germany and church bells
rang as a tribute to Germans still
held as war prisoners abroad





agency
ons for








of prisoner
—Reuter

West- |



ot
NEW. HOUSE OF COMMONS.









The Corporation..decided |,









} a
from inese pordader
Sette LONDUN, Oct.. 26.
South ‘PIBET, the monastery land in the mountains
between India and China, to-day awaited at-
| tack from Communist China. But there Was no
Koreans In | news that the invasion had begun.
Communist armies, long poi near the bor-
Manchuria der, are under orders to “liberate’’ Tibetans. But
| Peking which announced this lasi night, gave no
y JULIAN BATES | confirmation that troops had yet moved.
" 2 POKYO, Oct. 26 The Indian Government which has a mission in Lhasa
Susely Rovian troops have reach the Tibetan capital had no information up to noon to-day
Sar Rindie, inks Renielins neous of any attack Tibet itself preserved its traditional silence,
| Army headquarters in Korea said
} tonight ° * ;
First Man

| The Tibetan mission after wult-









: : jing nine month in India for
The report said that a regiment pertnistion to — to Peking for
jot the South Korean Sixth Divisior | negotiations, moves buck tomor-
\ » . ~ 2 & ,
{ ned moved north from Chosan tc Se ‘ B. = row to. the caravel ites
| “ ; i 0 o le caravan route to
/the south bank of the Yalu River 2enN ecomes Kalimpong to try to contaet its
vhich forms the border between Government.
North Korea and Manchuria with Ne Me
ut meeting Communist resistance C@iww ayor X It expects to eturn to India
} Earlier, an unconfirmed repor in a week and fly to Peking by
rom Seoul ‘said that the Sixt! way of Hong Kong
| Division had run into a force of OF PYONGYANG | The Mission’ leader said
. ),000 Chinese Communists. There jin Calcutta today that if the
THE ABRIAL CAMERA looks down on the scaffolded Houses of Parliament with the new House of was no confirmation of this repot By RONALD BATCHELOR Chinese had already entered
Conmmnouws (right arrowed). Previding the modern contrast on the south side of the River Thames | here Tibet, it was because his delega-
(uppel arrowed) is the Festival of Britain site with gleaming aluminium, Further wp the river beyond Tokyo has been flooded wit! PYONGYANG, Oct, 26 tion had been “delayed in India
Hungerford Bridge is the Concert Hall and the old Shot Tower now fitted with radar equipment. rumours of Chinese Communist An American Civili Affairs}due to visa diMicultic
Express |massing forces in Manchuria fo caren stopped the first Korean
+ “ - ithe past 24 hours. 1e¢ met in a street here and asked Y .
B it oe Will N i e Chosan is a few miles from th ‘him to form a Government for A Surprise
ee atte . ot | in eor e ens River in the centre of th ree K 6 ar-o} A staff correspondent of the
R | X peninsula It is about 17 mile eine De aoe tees eostal coun Press Trust in Peking, the only
‘ é , . s . otel eopen Bermuda | north of Kojang which the Sout snd (tod er. coh niioaaehey . 1s nen-Communist new 1 there,
} |Koreans captured yesterday, ; 5 4 % C reported that Tuesda official
| LaeHely je ich vy, |n0w Mayor of the city . officia
Dockyard ~— |New House of Commons .23'xcc08 een is ia hg corms [inne a ass en
| K Is outh Koreans were earlier re- | nine-man “cabinet.” Most mem- |c#Me #8 @ surprise in the Chinese
From Our Own Correspondent: }ported to be climbing crude path’ | pers were prominent busines: capital
LONDON, Oct., 26. LONDON, Oct. 26 up the last mountain range be |men. doctors and teachers whi Up to noon to-day his dispatch
eaenii prea faite eta — Xing George VI to-day d¥eve in pageantry through | fore the river They had ad |had no experience in Gover: want er pas neen, ae, See
conversion programme ¥ : ro- } : - , © |vance os fr : i me ment of opinion Tibet. The
len tar ites "Earitdiicer ft ae pre; | cheering crowds to open Parliament's new House 04 lane r ps Sone yp BE “ge gwen an matte ed Peline. Diora eee alle yer
n 4 ‘ r 5 i : : We as Oo days. >SSAE\ 1e makeshift Governmen [° ©"? ; wes n
aircraft carriers is not to include Commons chamber replacing the one shattered by bombs|from the Bighth Army head-|made its first public abbeatand sie? had :
ttre renqpening of the Bermuda in 1941, i quarters this afternoon asked fo: |to-day on a platform of honou Panel a See oe ee _
bg ttn facilit ior st } But because tradition forbids a monarch to enter th>/|reconnaissance planes to help|for the “liberation ceremony” fo | yyiesity Tibetan baler wes had
ar iB facilities ’ ships wil ao ’ » mnta the arwrac oitt ” j af . ‘ ie . ; - v a
still be availible but the repair | C°™mons’ chamber he performed the ceremony in the % ) omer Oe et ets © 1 Ba eae oe tale rece [uct iving. in Western Ching
: % renew " : a ‘ # 7 eading elements oO e Sixth early ‘ other offictats ay x Pyar y . . ~
side of the dockyard including year old adjacent Westminster Hall where his predecess« Division which were reported t |been picked to carry out hotel He eres ‘ace FO return 40 Tibet.
vey io ie a v arloe RS on . « ” ; i “! =f y s
the dry dock are to remain Charles the First was condemned to the axe 300 years ago. jhaye run into bad weather, Snow | keeper Chung's orders in variou Se oun f : a Ce ee
closed. : fell at Pyongyang, the captured | parts of the city ed vias His pve hives _ Sra aed
‘ ae ae poreeieh, rene iar | li was % eat Commonwealth |Communist capital today an His Government is expected to Chi with a ‘ i font | a
y Mr. . Edwards Parliamen- _ 7 t ;oecasion with leading officials' weather was believed to be mu function until a more permanen ; . BSI ORL. ETOU)
tary Secretary to the Admiralty HIDDEN TIME from 29 legislatures represent-/worse in the remote north administration can be — forme oe nin ae a re a 7 i hes re
; were given in answer to a ques- ’ jing a variety of races Sitting}; An American spokesman salt! under U.N. supervision ' sb © 0 an
tion raised by the Conservative ; SUNDERLAND , by the throne, The King describec | to-day that the British Common Over 5,000 people jammed th K : .
M.P. Mr, Peter Smithers. Sunderland Corporation jthe new chamber as “a sign to| wealth Brigade had met scattered dusty square in front of Pyon urther Light
| Mr. Smithers asked whether in has ordered all public clocks the world of our faith in freedom | resistance at Pakehon, north of | Yang's city hall for to-day’s cele |
| view of the danger of this coun- in this Durham county city ,and our confidence in the perman-| the west coast port of Sinanju bration, marking occupation of A despateh from Tndia and the
| try of international conflict. it of 200,000 covered with | lence of our common ideals. yesterday Resistance stopped|the former North Korean capita! [Indo-Tibetun — route town — of
would re be on So Minin - ‘wooden masks during mid- || Ina great hall a crowd of nearly | after two hours, he added, by the United Nations forces or to-day threw further
tain a dockyard which was so re- winter 2,000 people w r ; ; : . ight on what may be happening
G : belle ,, » waited for the Kin = § e yestaeut Syng- | woe
mote from potential enemy zane Reason—continued _eléc= ada ttibers of his family. Tele The American 24th Division rr, ee eee cag in remote mountainous ‘Tibet
Mr. Edwards stated that care-|] tricity cuts make the clocks Pr ka iain ie mast ~ non,.| following British and Australian ); ; eo gy Crete sac ie ee His aes ; be
ful cdlitideration had been given Aes ethane vision cameras recorded the scen seanin at the Sinanju-Pakehon his first offielal visit to Pyong s mission which has been
to the position but that the dock- inp for 400,000 British viewers. PWOpS BIGHE Uae SABA pi \yang for the celebration cancelle:, 1 India for nine months i

Road met resistance, The





















- ii ; Yewhun of the Guard from ti eS is » last mi » expected to leave here al mi
yard had become uneconomical in to hide the clocks after the Sclert Sou Pe ie Commonwealth Brigade was last ee eee tem i i 0c. 35 tan ere tov Kal nt
many ways. North Eastern Electricity siti reported striking out alon, Cla . 2 sai a ,

The Admiralty it fs understood Based tele hewn i spur positions behind the throne in en running west from Pakehon Chou Pyung-Ok arrived to urg Gani
. 3 er ‘ oat ; c their old style scarlet uniforms : ; Sa ay citizens of the Northern capita ver Tibet lay a big question
1 that Bermuda nee a 1
consider tha ermuda, o not be practicable for the - to Sinuiju, the new North Korean a {mark today )
great strategic importance in the Board to service the clocks #lowing against the blue velvet} capital on the Yalu River oppo-|t® “work for peace and, pros | _ eat ay. Portentous events
days when many ships were coal eauh timed power bat had Graping of the hall, site the Manchurian port of An- | Perity and a unifled Korea Peake seared here to be taking
burners, has lost much of its im- ut them out of order, , tung. The South Korean Division The streets of Pyongyang wer | Pace, but the Indian Government
portance as a result of the turn Pp OE OPE _As the great bass bell of By continuing its advance up the | decorated with banners, slogans which has @ inission in Lhasa, the
over to diesel oil, They consider | —LN.S Pen, Parliament's clock thundered | cast coast was last reported at |South Korean, United Nation: | capital had no direct information
tco that in these days when ship cut the strokes of noon, there w9°| Tanchon, 80 miles up the coast) and United States flags to wel up to noon today that Chinese
are capable of making the cross- . shrill ema = from the ae from Hungnam si 4 a yg is Communist armies had marchea
ing back to the United Kingdom : e ° he main doors were ung In Washington President Tru- The official reason for the can-| in,
in such a short space of time rence nief Slowly opea, and the Royal pre {man said that he understood | cellation of his visit was give | Indian Prime Minister Nehra
that it'would be unwise to main- : cession broke into view slowly/} South Korean forces would} as “pressure of work”, but it wa! Giscussed with his advisers {n
tain the dockyard simply for ° 5 traversing the main aisle toward| occupy North Korea up to the| understood — that the President Delhi today the situation created
special emergencies eport th throne Manchurian border He made] officers advised against it by the Chinese antiounceinent
I learn that an additional fac- Tne King, its central figure | this statement at his weekly Press | —Reuter :
tor influencing their decision was e ; was in ordinary morning dress | Conference in answer to a ques- | The Chinese Embassy there said
the consideration that with the oO a inet The Queen walked with him,| tion 5 | mn “—*"lthey had no information. Un-
existing friendly pentose, ee ahi velked Princess Elizabeth se. s wan Bt under. TELL THE ADVOCALE ficial observers in the India.
tween this country and the Unitec Uy. ° heiress presumptive and Princess Stanoine ' eM a capital expressed the view that
States, any repairs which might On Indo-China Margaret her sister, with their ee te a ett ire, pe Res i THE NEWS the entry or parrisoning of Tibet
prevent one of His Majesty’ aks 88-year-old grandmother Quee i Get on the North Korean side, bu \ Ring 3113 Day or Night. by Chinese troops would create
shi f rossing the Atlantic SAIGON, Oct, 26. that United States forees would 7 a
ships “ody vor i 6 t i a US General Alphonse Juin France's Mary. not go as far as the border itself ee THE ADVOCATE new situation. The Indian Govern-
a iecnraed” PBK he . leading military strategist. left There has been some confusion PAYS FOR NEWS. Dhscette aha. along favoured a
H.MS. Superb which is to Slee by air to-day for Paris! The Anthem espe net pone Sat pores peuc ement, die
- S. Glasgow with the|after an eig) at hel i sti) whether nitec States Troops | —
rs West’ Indies squad- | iirantunks ory One Sous OE Tate With a roll of drums the Military | would be ordered to advance up |
rén and HMS. Snipe which is iv He is to report to the Brenct Band crashed into the strains of| to the Manchurian-Korean_bor-
this country for recommissioning,| Cabinet on the serious situatior the National Anthem. Then seated ae J ton
are expected to join the squad-| jn North Indo-China where Com the King heard speeches of Wei- oe ere ato oc ‘ Pont
ron towards the latter part Of!munist aided Vietnam insurgents | ‘9'™* from Viscount Jowitt, Lord | ant } ene a Aired ey a .
next month have already f6reGd the evacua-|Chameelior and Colonel Clifton |'foops had been ordered to stop
3 ‘ é a 3 e evacua os aie ; "hai 5f | their advance about 20 miles from
tion of eight French Chin: er oe °"|the border to prevent any inci- SAI LS Vv. SMOK E
‘ | frontie st. ne Bae 2h). ree |dents with C »se Comr sts ~ ‘
Truman Does Not \"32'! Po. nave evacuates| ‘Phe King replying said the | Gents with Chine urian side. a
7 T) bl Banphiet 3 miles northeast of the Dae ¥. ee es ent Yesterday an army spokesman
? sy bas a ay » fare epresintatives ma in Korea said they knew of no
Ex) ct rou . “y Deine eee re Soa day. He added, “although m }such ey +4 halt their a Avenue nr il: f£ tk
IN W EUROPE usually reliable sources said here peoples a: ~ race, ene Reuter, at sails ° 1e
: to-night and tradition, ne spirit of o ° = ime cl er
“t, 26 ~w positt he 2p seta, Parliamentary system permeate ane h. pp
WASHINGTON, Oct. 26. New positions had been estat dentate ncaa k seeinity dn At






President Truman said to-day} lished at the top of the Red Rive





alth?
that the United States did not ex-|and its tributary Namsi, thes« : emer rye at all who served
pect any trouble in Western Eu~-|sources added. French artillery | |, Me New Giranibet would be
rope this winter. Truman als®/and fighter bombers had_ been | 4, | shboatton and example to al!
told his news conference he had)ctriking at insurgents to-day tl toyghout the world “at a time}
no information that the Russians|Prench communique announcer \ewtnor” tials’ Wa-lot life. “we
had procter more than one] earlier —RKeuter. opposed by dark counsel
atomic explosion madeialiend 2 Sisditn waidy 8

Orie ees to a Dutch corre- ater” Hy ee ee a Kin
spondent who said that the Dutch ARTIE’S HEADLINE t ed the present session of Par
people » were ,, afraid of oe jiament with a formal speech
from Russia Truman _replic prepared for him by the Goverr

irmly that the United States did
not expect any trouble.

Truman was questioned about
the news conference on Tuesday
when Gordan Dean, Chairman of
the Atomic Energy Commission
said: “The President has not seen
it fit to make any more announce-
ments” about Soviet atomic activ-
ities.

ithe past few months.

ithe will deliver a

King
|posed programme of busines

| Opening Hour



ment and reviewing its work ove

| “The new session of Parliamer
will be opened on Tuesday wher

speect

| containing the Governments pro






have given ‘way

} 9 ”
~ Denmark’s be anoles

Government
Resigns

|
|



COPENHAGEN, Oct. 26 a
Danish Prime Minister Han
Hecdtoft hose Socialist Govern the sinoke of the
ment resigned early to-day hi , i. vthpeeg i
asked the King to invite Opposi modern CLIPPI Rp.
tion partic to form a new ov 5
ernment Earlier Hedtoft hé s| ill sail S 1 he ,

handed in the resignation of hi
government to King Frederic
after being defeated in Parliamen
by one vote, The question was i!
continuing domestic ration of bu
ter

seven ‘seas !

President Truman said also that About 150 members swarmed r. ats ; pas gl

pied Meg ergy ce Mlgnge) Bye mto ther are real er = 6 seu Of the 181 iss the Lowe

Siraiien but that no decision had tag ing men Mi ori Ba House had contended that

yet been made the p pent feet Some of them| much butter as possible shou! : —~
“He told his Press conference = had a — cea he door | be set aside for exports Con PLAY ER S

that there had becn some discus- Kmight of the Elephant. sine ‘tetd e 12 i bined opposition——Conservative 66 . \ oe
) sions between himself and Con- as 3 , House is the Com- ale 1 po tein ey

siona aders ¢ the advisa- f * ‘4 . othe ; avoured derationing

Con ot tetoe Congress a \Canada, U.S. Join In mons’ fourth home a ." ae It was expected it would be ,
ap k * ten days before the origi- Combining tradition with modern] some time before the new Gov-

nda ie “N ’ convenience it replaces the On®]ernment can be formed
{nal recall date, November 27, Defence Production CoTiea Gh ents: cn. May 10] rn eh eta dca! eatin

—Reuter


























CIGARETTES



WASHINGTON, Oct, 26, | 1941 — in one of at de on September 5—after Hedtoft’
in tein dacs ‘sina r : ‘+, ;o¢ | air raids of the second orld War.| resignation over opposition to hi
‘ Canada and the United States; 1 é
Jamaica Police Charged agreed to-day on a six-point pro-j| fhe archway over ae ae 0" economy proposals, Labour gaine
> eee ee aH ew chamber thurchill | two seat But even with Radica! - .
4 ; . zramme of co-operation in pro-| He f 4 ) ‘ gut ev v , YDAmMC
With Mistreating Prisoners |%'@â„¢ mn Pe nian, 2 te niet Minis thin wreck Gcacaee thay sree natal tore O
duction for defence The State; “to 5 ie m : uppor hey were una ) I *
KINGSTON, Jamaica, Oct. 25. |Department announced here age of an old hou e ne a majority ;
| Following charges in the House| Like their war time agreement aestroyed by Germé bombs ir They agreed to remain in off
of Representatives that police| it provides for exchanging of tech- May 1941. For nine year the | after opposition parties had faile
| savagely mistreat pri oners in| nical mnevenas - for a CO- een voy ri jo nei to agree on a coalition.—Reuter. jad MANUFACTURED BY dian
jeustody, some case resulting imj|ordinated system of controls ove! ie yuse oO 4Ore amber
: ; A
permanent disfigurement and ence | the distribution of scarce raw ma-| while the Lords have been mec | |
jin death, the Acting Governor terials and supplies jing in the King’s robing room | at re \
om . a . P ‘ :
|appointed a Commission of three} The State Department said that 29 Speakers and members of Only 5 days left to win B { I A r 7 T he ' ( ( ) Lid
with a Supreme irt judge as|this understanding “will greatly! Commonwealth legislatures have "i rl 1S l- me ican 0 acco (.. B'dos 4 (l.
& 1 to gate these| increase our industrial mobilisa-| come specially t London for{} $50.00 in the “Advocate” |
cl ibstantiated, to|tion potential and will enable us| today's historic veremo . A
ons to prevent |to prepare ourselves for any mili-| First membe1 tig ~~ the Photo Competition. ee
treatment. | t emergencies whict may|new House was Stepher M pl
‘an Press| e” —Reuter. | @ On Page 3 ek! : DEE



igaete

cagergare

“PACE TWO





Carub Calling

NTRANSIT on Wednesday
evening on the “Colombie”
for Trinidad were Hon'ble L. C

Hannays, K.C., and his daughter
Miss Kathleen Hannays

Hon’ble Hannays flew from
Trinidad to Martinique where he
joined his daughter who travelled
out from England on the ship.

Miss Hannays has just finished
school at Oriel College, Chelten-
ham

Intransit

NTRANSIT through Barbados

yesterday by B.W.1.A., was
George Benson, Operations
Officer, B.W.1L.A., George was on
his way to Grenada from Triuai-
dad. He will be there for about
one month assisting with the
extra traffic at Pearl's airport
Due to the construction of the new
runway here, B.W.LA., Vikings
(24 passenger ‘planes) which are
on the Puerto Rico services from
Trinidad, now call in at Grenada
instead of Barbados,* en route
George hopes to come over to
Barbados for a two-day Visi’ in
about two.weeks’ time, He was
stationed here a few weeks ago
on a short transfer.

Returned Yesterday

R. and Mrs. Eric Atkinson

who were holidaying in St.
Lucia, returned by B.W.1.A. yes-
terday afternoon. They were stay-
ing with Mr. and Mrs. Denis Bar-
nard.

Maps And Questions
RRIVING from Aruba yester-
day via Trinidad by
B.W.1.A., were Mr. and Mrs, N
M. Bell. Mr. Bell is a Refinery
Qfficial wth the Lago Oil and
Transport Company.

Here for only five days they are
Staying at Cacrabank.

Both of them seemed very
interested in the island and asked
about several well known spots
As they waited for their baggag:
to arrive in the terminal building
at Seawell, they went over to the
Informatioy Desk to buy a map of
the island and ask a few more
questions. Although here for only
five days they certainly are plan-
ning to see as much of the island

as possible

Back From 6 Months’

Holiday

~"o" six months’ holiday in

England, Mr. C. E, Biaize,
Accoustant of the Central Water
Distribution, Authority of Trini-
dad, returned home on Wednesday
Night by the French Liner
“Colombie”. He was accompanied
by his wife and son Hugo,

Mr. Blaize told Carib that he
went over principally to see the
cricket and said that he had a
very enjoyable stay in the Mother
Country.

Trinidad Medico
Trak. and MRS, M. FORRESTER

of Trinidad were intransit
on Wednesday on the “Colombie”
from England where they had
spent six months’ holiday.

Mr





ARTIE'S HEADLINE |





“No ink in your pen? Well
what are you waiting for—
blue rain?”

Short Visit

O* to Trinidad on a shor:
visit is Mr. J ges
Brancker, M.C.P. He left on

Wednesday by the French Liner

SS “Colombie” and is due to
return on the vessel later in the
week.

One Of Two

. AND MRS. G. ACRES and

their two sons, Michael and
Peter, arrived from B.G, yester-
day afternoon by B.W.LA. Dr.
Acres is one of the two physicians
of the Demerara Bauxite Co., in
McKenzie and has been living in
B.G. for two years.

They plan to be in Barbados for
two weeks and are staving at the
Hastings Hotel.

After Two Weeks

RS. ELVIRA HUGGINS and
her daughter Joan, after a
couple of weeks’ holiday in Bar-
bados, returned to Trinidad yes-

terday afternoon by B.W.LA.
They were staying at Hotel
Royal,

Returning one aay earlier to
Trinidad was Miss Shelagh Deane,
daughter of Dr, and Mrs. C. G,
Deane of Maraval, who left by
the “Colombie”’ on Wednesday
night. She was also staying at the

‘jeAoy 19109

Continuing Holiday
EAVING on the S.S, “Colom-
bie” on Wednesday night
for Trinidad on two months’
holiday was Major J. E. Griffith,
Chief Clerk of the General Post
Office.

Major Griffith

is now com-
pleting his six months' holiday
part of which he spent in the

United Kingdom with the Barba-
dos Rifle Team which shot at
Bisley.

He told Carib that he would
have remained in England for a
longer period but was forced to
return home due to the death of
his mother.

While in Trinidad, he will be
the guest of his cousin Mrs,
F. de Gannes of San Fernando.

|
For Men Only
|



AST week, His Majesty the
4 King, entertained a bachelor
perty at Sandringham. It is the
ne cccasion in the year when,
»y tradition, he is separa
he Queen and the Princ



King Edward VII. started it
and both h’s son and grandson
have always had an all-men party
for the opening partridge shoot

With the King this year were
the Duke of Gloucester, the Duke
of Beaufort, the Hon. David
Bowes-Lvon (the Queen’s brother)
and Major Michael Adeane. It
wou'd be hard to gather five
better shots together

80, At Least

ROM Switzerland I hear a
story which concerns traffic
cops, strict about speeding and a
farnous lady of the variety stage,

strict about discussing her age.
When, the other day, a Buick
sped along a main road to Geneva
it was stopped by a patrol car
“Eighty, at least’, said the cop.
“You are a liar, and you are

certainly no gentleman,” replied
the indignant driver. “Look a!
my passport.”

The policeman looked.
The driver was Mistinguett.

Cricket And Golf

AM very glad to be back in

Barbados to get some sunshine|

after having a great deal of rain
in England,’ Mr. E. S. Chambers
told Carib yesterday. He arrived
here on Wednesday on the Colom-
bie accompanied by his wife after
spending six months’ holiday in
the United Kingdom.

While in the U.K., he said that
he saw a lot of the cricket games
between England and the West
Indies and also the Open G
Championship in Scotland,

Barrister At Law
R, ALBERT J. PARKES, Bar-
rister-at-Law who is
Secretary of the British Guiana
Boxing Board of Control, returned
to British Guiana
yesterday after spending
«veeks’ holiday in the island.

He acted as Registrar of the
Supreme Court of British Guiana
for two years and has since peen
appointed . a Commissioner
Oaths,

Mr. Parkes while here was the
guest of Mr. and Mrs. E. F, McLeod
ot “Valerie” Wellington Street.

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Canadian Trade Commis-

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Snappers King Opens

BARBADOS ADVOCATE PAGE THREE

Australian | Mr. Russell Plans| These Plans Will
To Go Down 15 | Change History















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Defeat | Feet In River Of Britain $
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e | F Britain's. only backyard one- LONDON

wor 1S | Adden, Conservative who had} man submarine will soon be fin- Britain faces a turning point
}urrived six hours before the TOKYO, Oct. 25 }!Shed And then Mr. Frank Rus-|in her history next year when

OVER three hundred people ‘doors opened. Most of the early Former Australian soldier Frank}sell, of George Street, Biggles-| new development plans are oper-
yesterday afternoon at the Barba- ‘crrivals were the Conservatives Weaver who is fighting to stay in wade, Beds, will get it taken froo}] ated, claim the Town and Country
dos Aquatic Club, saw Snappers| WhO adhered to custom by re- |Japan with his 19 year old Jap-{|the garden of his prefab house} Planning Association. |
convineingly defeat Swordfish to|S¢tVing their: seats with cards. anese wife today departed from}'0 Bedford, where he intends tof A conference called by | the
the tune of four goals to nil. For|The Labour Party decided not to his insistence on speaking Japan-|t#ke it down 15ft. in the River)association at County Hall, West-
eee goals to nu. Peateialn aia Nea ae ese and burs’ rith an English | Ouse. minster Bridge, on November 16,

Snappers, Kenneth Ince scored|1eserve seats in this way. € and burst owt with an Englis! : AY ste t nah
two, while Billy Manning rig nd|.. Speaker of the House, Colonel “no” in court. * a Stand by in case} will be opened by Mr. G. S
i y a . 2 : idents, a 9 ; Secre-|
George MacLean scor ach,| Douglas Clifton Brown led tne The President of the Australian a Russell has b the pom gnet, - Packers 7
e I cored one each. | 5 : Provost Court here had asked him . s been on the} tary, Ministry of Town and Coun-
The other scheduled match be-|#ouse in prayer. Crowds who job in his small workshop in his

tween Police and Bonitas did not
come off as Police were unable
to field a complete team. Thus
Bonitas enter the finals of the
K.O, Competition without having
te play a match, as they drew a
bye in the first round, Bonitas play
Snappers next Thursday for the
K.O, Cup.

The match was as follows.

Snappers 4 Swordfish 0

This was one of the most thrill-
ing matches of the season. Ix was
fast and for the first five minutes
of play it looked like anybody's
game, Indeed, Swordfish were the
first to take a shot when Geoffrey
Foster tried with an accurate
long shot. This was well antici-
pated by the Snappers’ goalkeeper
Taylor, who turneg it over the
bar conceding a corner. This did
not bear fruit,

Spectacular She.

Then Snappers pressed, and it
was Swordfish’s turn to conceae
a corner, which was taken by
Bannister. Ince, who was close in,
received the pass which was low
and hard. In a flash he slapped
it into the nets to open the scor-
ing for his team. It was a spec-
tacular shot. The score was un-
changed at half time,

It was during the second half
that Swordfish began making
mistakes. Their forwards playeu
too defensively and Snappers took
the opportunity of bringing four
torwards into the attack as the
Swordfish centre-forward repeat-
edly followed the Snappers’ centre
back into his own goal area.

Billy Manning sent in goal
number two from close range and
this was followed almost imme-

diately by one from _ skipper
George MacLean who swam
through and scored from about

eight yards from the goal posts.

Snappers kept up their pressure
and goalkeeper Albert Weather-
head backed up well by Gerard

Jordan and Maurice Fitzgerald,
seved many certainties.
Snappers were definitely the

better team and shortly before the
end of play Kenneth Ince again
scored in fine style. About one
minute before the end of the
game however the Snappers’ wing-
er was adjudged offside and had to
leave the water. Swordfish with an

extra man, attempted a last des-}

perate move to score but time
was against them. The final
whistle went before their centre
buck could distribute the ball tc
his forwards.

The teams were.

Snappers A. Taylor, C. Mac
Lean, G. Mac Lean (Capt.) D.
Bannister, B. Manning, F, Man-
ning and K. Ince.

Swordfish A. Weatherhead,
(Capt)., M. Jordan, G. Jordan,
N. Portillo, M. Fitzgerald, G.
Foster and B. Gilkes.

The referee was Mr. W. Gibbs.

Next Thursday will be the K.O.
Finals: Snappers vs, Bonitas.

LAST SPORT
SWAFFHAM, England.
Members of Swaffham, Norfolk,

angling club have decided to take
no part in organized fishing
matches next season.

The reason given by a club
member was:

“Match angling is becoming as
nerve-racking as horseracing,
with bookies making the odds, lots

of do’s and don’ts, and all the
fishermen working like galley
slaves.

“We believe that angling is a

sport for a man who likes a snooze
and a gossip when
inclined.”

he feels so



STRONG :

NOURISHING -

had gathered early saw Arthur
Greenwood, a former Cabinet
Minister one of the Labour Party
and now an invalid wheeled into
the House by his son Anthony
also a Labour member,

Prime Minister Attlee in his
first speech in the new Chamber
moved an all-party motion wel-
coming Commo.awealih represen-
tatives,

He called them
the me successful method ever
devised of combining effective
Government by a majority with
full respect fo the views of the
minority.” Conservative leader
Winsieon Churchill seconded the
mowon.

He said it was their hope that
the tolerant, flexible and yet en-
during relationship which binds
them together would some day be
expanded to cover all races and
people “in a sensible and un-
| breakable association”.

Liberal leader Clement Davies
said that the Commonwealth fam-
ily ties grew stronger as a mem-
ber nations grew more indepedent.

—Reuter.

“examples of



Court Holds Up
Anti-Red Bill

MELBOURNE, Oct. 25.
The Australian High Court has
frozen the federal Government's
new anti-communist legislation.
Justice Sir Owen Dixon to-day
extended for an indefinite period
the interim injunction granted on
October 21 against important
sections of the Act.
He refused the application by
the Australian Communist party



and a number of Communist con-
trolled unions for an injunction
aimed at neutralising the act

pending the court’s decision on
its validity. He said he wished
to consider what course he could
take to enable an early decision
on the admissibility of certain
arguments.

The interim injunction re-
strains the Australian Govern-
ment from “declaring” Commun-
ist persons or organisations.

—Reuter.



W.1. Trade Worries
U.S. Businessmen

(From Qur Own Correspondent)

PORT-OF-SPAIN, Oct, 23

American business is fast dis-
appearing from the Caribbean
area, particularly from the British
territories. This situation is caus-
ing great concern to American
| business houses, which before and
during the war did very thriving
trade in these parts. So says Mr.
J, W. Thurban, Sales Director of
one of the leading American Fibre
Wood suppliers in the United
States.



He said that up to last year he
had received orders from his
agents in certain British West
Indian islands, for his products,
but this year he was informed that
there were no purchases to be
made. He added that it was quite
fortunate for American export
trade that the Canadian dollar
had become on par with theirs.

This meant that Americans who
have been buying Canadian goods
(though the corresponding articles
were manufactured in the United
States of America) will now turn
to make their purchases at home.

.

SATISFYING





Prepares For
Festival Criminals

LONDON .

Police officials say Scotland
Yard is fully prepared to deal
with criminals from all over
Europe who are expected to
invade this country next year for
the Festival of Britain.

The Yard’s rogues’ gallery of
all known international a@rooks
has been brought up-to-date
Photographs and descriptions of
each man, plus details of his type
of fraud, are being circulated
througout Britain.

Soon every plain-clothes detec-
tive and policeman on the beat
will be familiar with the next
set of foreign faces in the rogues’
gallery.

The, International Police Com-
mission has helped Scotland Yard
with its preparations. From its
Paris headquarters details of
criminals of more than 30. coun-
Yries are circulated by radio
Their movements are noted and
broadcast too.

So far ne detailed plan for
handling the criminal influx has
been worked out bv the Yard. but
detectives at airports and seaports
are exvected to he reinforced.

In London police officers with
enecialived knowledge of confi-
dence tricksters will move among
crowded places. A special watch
will be kept on hotels to protect
visitors to the Festival.

If the criminals attempt to enter
the country by legal means they
will be refused. Nevertheless,
some are expected to smuggle
themselves into the country. ‘as

—INS.





POLISH CONSUL RESIGNS

LONDON, Oct. 26.

Polish acting Consul General in
London, Zygmunt Schrieber, has
resigned and applied for asylum
as a political refugee, a Foreign
Office spokesman announced to-
day.

The spokesman said that his ap-
plication was under considerahon.

The defection of Schrieber is
the fifth resignation from the
Polish Embassy diplomatic mis-
sion in London for political rea-
sons in as many months.

A Polish Embassy spokesman
to-day confirmed Schrieber’s re-
signation but refused to make any
comment,—Reuter.

MILK WILL COST: MORE

(From Our Own _,orrespondent)
PORT-OF-SPAIN, Oct. 23
Mr. Jose de Montbrun, director
of Grell and Company, said at
Piarco Airport that the Trinidad
Government may have to pay
more money in the way of sub-
sidies for Canadian flour owing to
the revaluation of the Canadian
‘dollar, “The prices will go up
“about 10 per cent on the landed
import cost” he said. He has been
warned that the prices of conden-
sed milk would be increased all
over the world because of the in-
creased prices in sugar and tin-
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if he would make a statement.

Twenty-four year old Weaver
pleaded not guilty to illegally
entering Japan, Hearing was
adjourned until Monday.

Weaver who has renounced hig
Australian citizenship rights was
charged under his Japanese name
Tetuichino, Utaka Kitagawa,

Court President Major J. M.
Small has applied to a Japanese
Attorney General for an affidavit
on whether Weaver would be
granted Japanese nationality.

Allied Supreme Command has
rejected Weaver's application to
enter Japan.

Weaver was discharged from
the army in February 1948.. Three
weeks ago for the sixth time in
two years he smuggled himself
into Japan to join the girl he
married while with occupation
forces. He was arrested on Octo-
ber 13.

During the trial it was said that
Australian authorities had no ob-
jection to Weaver staying in Japan
and had repeatedly insisted that
the final decision lay with Gen-
eral MacArthur’s Headquarters.

—Reuter.

garden for two years. Now, he
ys, he has only a ballast tank
and some _ internal fittings
complete to give it preliminar,
underwater tests. He has already
ted it on a river.
Mr. Russell, who has _ speni
£120 on the vessel, says he ha:
dreamed of building his ow:
submarine gincé a boy, It is bui
of jin. steel plate and will weig
fully loaded, about half a ton
If successful he expects it will
be a prototype for a much heavie
model, capable of descendin
1000ft.
Then—An Expedition

With this he hopes to go oi
an expedition to find the remain:
of the so-far mythical Atlantis
a continent said to have been
drowned inf the Atlantic millions
of years

He is @ ber of a technica!
committee of Atlantean Research
Centre Group, which have alread)
eonsidered an expedition. The
mountains on the Azores ar
supposed to be the top of Atlantis
—L.E.S.

10

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Warspite
Nears End cs

Warspite, the ae ena! ; ay
old Lady,” who has been dodging

the shipbreaker’s yard for the
last five years, has reached the
last chapter in her 38 years
bar A
ugs have towed her close to
St. Michael’s Mount Harbour,
Mount’s Bay, Cornwall.
There the 30,00-ton battleship
will serve the nation for the
last time—by providing thousands
of tons of top-grade steel for
rit industry.
arspite’s active service en

in 1945, when she was wore LASTING
Portsmouth to have her gun
mountings hoisted off.
In 1947, towed by two tugs,
she set off again—bound for a
ship-breaking yard in the Clyde.
But, caught in a 60 m.p,h. gale,
she broke away and went
aground off Prussia Cove, Corn-

wall.
£300 A Week

For three years, night and day
attempts were made to salvage
her. To the Bristol scrap metal
firm who bought her, she cost
up to £300 a week in wages bills.

—for
longer
life

SAFETY

To a workman, 24-year-old .
John McQuarrie, her price was see
death; he was killed in an| -—

explosion on board last March.
@ was finally refloated in
July. But her. troubles. ‘were | 4
not yet over; a leak. was dis-
covered in her boiler room and
she went aground once more.

Now the ship who served
co ee in two wars is near her
end, —LE:S.

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Thousands Attend
Indian Festival

(From Our Own Correspondent)

PORT-OF-SPAIN, Oct, 23

Thousands 6f persons thronged
the streets of St. James, Port-of-
Spain’s Indian town, to join in the
celebration of Hosea. Parades
and processions leading the tajahs
accompanied by the beating of
drums and the playing of the
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Friday, October 27, 1950



“HERE FIRST”

THE suitability of Gravesend as a site
for a rifle range has been one of’ the mat-
ters receiving consideration lately. Some
would like to see the Rifle Range removed,
while others maintain that Gravesend is
the best and most convenient site for a
Rifle Range.

Both parties have reasons for their opin-
ions; but it must be conceded that the
argument sbacking the “status quo "are not
particularly convincing. The most cogent
reason advanced as far as these gentry are
concerned is the fact that the Range has
been there for fifty years. And, in an
island where pedestrians rely on the fact
that they were there iirst and therefore
have an inherited monopoly of the public
road, a claim to seniority is not to be light-
ly dismissed.

It is impossible to refute the statement
that the rifle range has been located at
Gravesend for fifty years and that all other
activities such as the Aquatic Club, the
Public Bathing Shed and the British Union
Oil Company are comparative “Babes in the
“Woods” and newcomers to the area. But
has anyone stopped to contrast conditions
in Barbados fifty years.ago with conditions
to-day. Gravesend in those days was en-
tirely closed to the public. It belonged to
the War Office and was a military preserve.
A few persons,-with special passes from the
Military were allowed to bathe at the
Engineers Pier. Apart from this conces-
sion the area was out of bounds for civil-
ians. A rifle range was built there solely
..for the convenience of the Military who
were not particularly interested in the
finer points of competition shooting; and
as Gravesend was a closed area there was
no fear of any accidental killing or maim-
ing of members of the public.

When the Military left, the Government
of Barbados was either too lazy or too short
of funds to abandon an established range
even though conditions at Gravesend had
materially changed.

The Government have now leased part
of the area to the Aquatic Club and to the
British Union Oil Conipany and, quite
rightly, Have attempted to create facilities

Bg the route to enjoy sea-bathing
at Gravesend... In the days of the Military
many beaches near Bridgetown were avail-

* able to the public but in recent years built
up areas have extended along the sea coast
so rapidly that the citizens of Bridgetown
would have to go many miles to enjoy a
sea bath if Gravesend were not available.

Apart from the long standing squabble
between the chicken and the egg as to
which was here first there is a strong con-
census of opinion that the standard of rifle
shooting would improve if there were a
range away from the glare of the sea and
the dazzling white sands.

And, quite apart from the dangers and
inconvenience of a rifle range in close
proximity to sites used by the public, there
is no question that it is time that more
lungs should be provided for Bridgetown.

The entire area at Gravesend should be
transformed into a delightful park with
flowering trees and_ornamental shrubs.
Such a transformation would demand the
removal not only of the Rifle Range, but
of the British Union Oil Company’s tanks
which can hardly be described as orna-
mental.

It should not be a Herculean task to find
a new and more appropriate site for a Rifle
Range at such a distance where expense
and time in getting to the range would not
be so great as to kill enthusiasm for a man-
ly and, for that matter a womanly sport.



| The rainfall for the month of
September was below average
In the majority of districts there
were approximately 14 days on
which rain fell. The heaviest
| and best distributed rains occurred
| on the 5th., 23rd., and 26th.
| According to rainfall returns
| received to date from 32 stations,
| situated in areas typical of all
| rainfall categories of the Island,
| the average total rainfall for the
Island for September was 6.79
inches. The corresponding figure
for 1949 was 11.13 inches, and
the average for September for the
past 100 years was 7.71 inches.
The highest total fall for Sep-
tember 1950, at any of the above
stations, was 11.61 inches, record-
| ed at a station in the parish of
| St. Thomas, and the lowest was
| 4.24 inches, registered at a station
| in the parish of St. Michael
| The rainfall was sufficient to
| maintain good growing conditions
| both in plant canes and ratoonsi

j and in many fields unusually
heavy crops have already de-
veloped.

The yam and eddoe crops made
| good vegetative growth during
|the month. Several planters were
able to begin the “Fall rentca
\of the sweet potato crop, while
jothers completed their “Spring
| planting.” A number of fields of
\“Spring planted’ potatoes was
| harvested during the month and
\the market supply greatly im-
| proved.
| The cotton crop continues to
|'make good progress especially
those plots which had received an
early application of sulphate of
'ammonia. The trees are bolling
| well and some excellent plots
have been observed in the par-
ishes of St. Lucy and St. Philip,
4 slight attack of defoliating
worm has been observed but this
aas been kept in check. Selfing
of the Cotton Variety Trials was
sommenced during the month and
s continuing. i

Peasant Agriculture

Good weather prevailed during
| the month and food crops gener-
| ally continued to make progress.
| Some sweet potatoes and corn
were harvested and moderately
| good yields obtained, As usual at
this time of the year, vegetable
'zarden crops were in _ limited

supply.

On the whole peasants are sat-
isfled with the good growth’ main-
tained by both plant and ratoon
-anes.

Some cotton plots are well ad-
|} vanced and have already begun
flowering and bolling. So far no
widespread damage has _ been
| caused by the cotton leaf worm,
Alabama rgillacea, Peasants,
however, are being advised to do
preventive spraying with lead
arsenate solution.

Several peasants, especially in
the Christ Church and St. Philip
areas, planted plots of the variety
Virginia Bunch during the month.
Other plots planted earlier are
looking well.

Large quantities of breadfruit

SEOUL.

There is an ancient Korean
proverb which warns: “Beware
of a sword hiding behind a smile.”

North Koreans who held the
South Korean capital of Seoul for
three months made no attempt to
hide their sword behind a smile.

During the occupation period,
it is estimated that this sword fell
on the necks of at least 5,000
Seoul residents who had no bene-
fit of trial or counsel,

This was the figure given to
this correspondent today by Lt.
Chan Bod Sung of the South
Korean _ counfer - intelligence
corps which is now investigating
Communist activity during the
weeks of Red occupation,

There is nothing harder to come
by in Seoul during these first two
weeks following the city’s libera-
tion than confirmed statistics. But
American officials in the South
Korean capital consider Lt. Chan’s
figure conservative. :

Here are some other South
Korean estimates of the work
wrought by the Communist

sword:

Twenty thousand Seoul resi-
dents jailed,

Thirty thousand deported to

North Korea.

More than /0,000 young Korean
men summarily taken into the
North Korean army or into work
brigades—and that is the figure
for Seoul alone.

Although the Communist party
had been outlawed in outh
Korea, the North Koreans found
an underground organization of
30,000 Communists ready to serve
them in the capital city, accord-
ing to ecounter-intelligence corps
figures,

The North Korean functionaries
who flocked to Seoul and filled
such hotels as the chosen party
to capacity, and trusted Seoul
Communists benefited from the
occupation.

They received special ticke\s
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OUR READERS SAY:

breeds discontent, and stifles our
Here is where the

true feelings.

BARBADOS ADVOCATE

By R.. W. E. TUCKER

Actg. Director Of Agriculture

and pears were available in the
market during the month. Other
fruits in more limited supply in-
cluded limes, sugar and golden
apples, coconuts and papaws.

The main pests reported attack-
ing peasants’ crops were the corn
ear worm, the cabbage white
butterfly and scale insects. The
Peasant Agricultural Instructors
continue to advocate suitable con-
trol measures.

Concentrated feed as well as
succulent fodder was in free sup-
ply throughout the month.

Six hundred peasant holdings
and 16 school gardens were vis-
ited by the Peasant Agricultura)
Instructors during the month.
Four mango trees were grafted.

Peasants continue to receive
assistance under the provisions of
the Colonial Development and
Welfare Irrigation Scheme. Dur-
ing the month a new 12ft.
Climax Windmill Unit was in-
stalled on one holding, while
other peasants +/ere assisted with
galvanised pipe and other equip-
ment, mainly fer overhead irri-
gation.

There was a total of 126 head
of livestock on the six stations at
the end of September, including
young stock born during the
month, Four hundred and thirty-
seven gallons of milk were pro-
duced. Sixteen young pigs for
rearing and 3 head of other stock,
surplus to the stations’ require-
ments, were sold.

Botanical

The following fruit trees were
budded during the month:—
Orange 67, Lime 269 and Man-
darin 35, Fruit trees delivered
from Codrington were as follows:

Orange 11, Grapefruit 8, Lime
30, Lemon 8, Papaw 18, Golden-
apple 4, Citrus 2, Breadfruit 15,
Guava 5, Grape 2 and Cherry 1.

One hundred and ninety-four
ornamental plants of different
species were distributed.

In addition to the above, 3,935
ecasuarina, 724 mahogany and
451 mixed trees were also dis-
tributed.

Entomological

Now that the parasite breeding
season has ended, routine work
is being carried out, of sieving,
bagging, sale of wheat and clean-
ing and repairing of the units,
and of wheat containers. One
moth breeding unit is being kept
in operation so as to maintain the
necessary stock of parasites in
readiness for next season’s work.

The annual pre-harvest counts
of cane stalks infested, have been
started during the month at the
cane breeding plots at Henley; so
far, there has been a low incidence
of moth borer infestation, but a
slight to moderate amount
of termite damage was_ seen.
Some rat damage was also found.

During the month 60 Lixophaga



North Korean Sword

By IRVING LEVINE

from a “people’s committee” for
liberal rice rations from ware-
house stores in the city,
for the non-Communists,
listen to the problem which con-
fronted a University assistant pro-
fessor’s wife named Byong Oh.
“Frequently it would take a
whole day to buy enough food for
one meal for myself and my three
children,” she said.

“Rice, which used to cost 2,600
won (about $1.00) for a measure
soared to 12,000 won,

“It would only be bought on
the black market, I had to sell
clothing and some furniture to
buy food.”

his housewife is not unique.
poe North Korean ee Seoul
made no apparent attempt to pro-
vide some suitable distribution of
the war-limited food supply.

To make matters worse, all
bank accounts were frozen during
the entire period of Communist
occupation so the people couldn't
vee draw on their savings to

elp.

South Korean Home Minister
Chough Byong Ok said;

“The Communists threw away a
great opportunity to win sym-
pathy for their cause when they
cane no effort to feed the popu-
ace,

“Even persons who welcomed
the Communist victory soon felt
otherwise when their stonsachs
were empty. Under the vwagst
days of Japanese rule there wes
much more to eat than during
those 90 days.”

Besides rice warehouses, the
North Korean regime confiscated
all warehouse stocks of clothing
and issued co s only to
selected Commu members at
special prices. In the case of
rice, the price to Communist
members in good standing was
500 won per measure.

In the middle of July, the gov-

2

awoate Science and Agriculture Moscow

Changes

No ee dear master, can cure the

fly parasites were liberated frem |
laboratory stock for field contro!
cf Diatrea. The breeding of thie!
parasite is being maintained |
for stock purposes because of th

suitability of “the present we
season for field establishment of |
this larval parasite of moth borer

Another consignment of 10
parasites Pachylister for the con-
trol of the house fly was receive
during the month from Trinidad
and wasiiberated at selected sites

The Entomologist returned frou
Australia on the 16th September
with new information and rang
of soil insetticides for the futur.
control of this pest.

During September, there has
been a great demand for the loan
of sprayers. Information wa
also given in connection with
miscellaneous plants and citru



Tune

Hy MILTON KAPLAN

LONDON.

MOSCOW propagandists have dropped
the Korean war like a hot potato.

And, while it is still too early to disvern
a definite trend, the whole tone of Moscow’s

trees which were infested with|Radio broadcasts seems to have changed

féeale insects.

Plant Diseases

Returns .received under th¢
Mosaic Disease (Eradication) Act,
1943—22, during the month re
ported no cases of mosaic disease

Fisheries

Repayments on loans received
during September, amounted tc
$578.18. This amount makes <
total of $50,876.19 repaid to date
over all loans issued.

Interest collected for the month
was $1.85, making a total of
$602.32 paid to date.

A sum of $899.39 was loaned
to fishermen for the month, mak-
ing a grand total of $90,234.25
loaned to date.

One meeting of the Fisheries
Advisory Committee was held
during the month, at which 19
applications for loans totalling
$2,089.09 were sanctioned.

At this meeting it was decided
to approach the Government for
permission to import cotton net-
ting suitable for the assembling
of gill nets to be sold to fishermen.
Other matters concerning accounts

These broadcasts have ceased.
48-hour period, the only mention of the]!
ssorean war was the broadcast, without com-
ment, of the brief communiques issued by
the North Korean supreme command.

Moscow has NOT completely stopped its|
propaganda attack on the United States and
other non-Communist countries.
amount of radio time used for such attacks
uas greatly diminished, and much of the

within recent days. There are fewer attacks
on “Anglo-American warmongers;” there is
more “peace” talk.

Only a few weeks ago, Moscow's Radio
devoted a large share of its time to reports i
of the “heroic efforts of the Korean libera-\'
tors” (meaning North Koreans); and to “in-
dignation” meetings in the Soviet Union
against the American “intervention.”

But the

of deceased fishermen, as well as / sting is gone.

backward accounts and the pro-,|
vision of a concrete slab at Bath-|
sheba for the cutting of large fish, |
were also discussed.

The “Investigator” carried out |
trolling experiments chiefly in
connection with the capture of
king fish with a view of checking
the arrival of the king fish season
On the southern coast of the
island. During these operations
bank spotting and depth record-
ings were made on several of the
deep sea banks of the coast.
These operations will continue
throughout October and Novem- |
ber.
Catches of fish were again very
small throughout the month.

Experimental

Cotton Spinning Plant

Production of 18’s count cotton
yarn for use at the West Indian
Knitting Mills was 2,162 lb. Two
grades of 5 ply 10’s cord were
also made from existing stocks
of single 10’s yarn; the combined
weights of the two grades being
1,417 Ib.

ernment of Communist Mayor Lee
Sung Hyup, one time North
Korean Minister of Justice, an-

Moscow’s Radio
/Stressed the “peaceful” side of the Russian
character, with items like this:

“The theatrical centre of Siberia is Novo-
sibirsk. This city has the largest opera house
in the U.S.S.R., with an auditorium seating
It’s troupe of singers and dancers
numbers about 1,000. Novosibirsk also has
a theatre of drama and a children’s theatre.”

2,000.

in recent weeks has

“Recently Byelorussian industrial estab-
Aishments more than doubled the output of
| goods for mass consumption,
alone production of about 1,000 new articles
has been mastered.

“The Republic
sewing machines, radio sets, gramophones, |
rugs, vacuum cleaners, etc.”

The attacks on the West have included
stories like the following:

In’ this year

manufactures _ bicycles,

“Vienna—The Democratic Press cites new
facts which expose the policy of militariza-
tion which is being carried out by the Aus- x

nounced that about one-third of| ‘tian authorities and the western occupation

Seoul’s population which num-) powers in Austria

bered more than a million and a,
half at the war’s outset would
have to evacuate Seoul because of
American bombings.

The purpose of this order,

“Moscow—The heroic
Italian working people against the policy of

struggle of the

accovding to non-Communist resi. | destroying the national industry which is



dents, was to provide a choice of
desirabie housing in over-crowded |
Seoul for the influx of North
Koreans and for favoured Com-
munists.

Perhaps ‘a quarter of a million
residents were evacuated from |
Seoul under this programme.

Even before this order was

issued, the Communists seized |

being carried out by the ruling circles of
Italy on the orders of the American imperi-
alists, is the subject of an article by Pravda’s
Rome correspondent, Olga Chechetkina.”

But this sort of thing is very mild in com-
parison with the bitter all-out attacks which

the homes of President Syngman | have been more or less regular features of

Rhee, American Ambassador
John J. Muccio and others for
Communist dignitaries.

Rhee’s home was designated
for North Korean leader Kim II
Sung but he stayed there only
once on his single visit to Seoul,
so reports say,

Muccio’s residence has a sign on
it “Reserved for No. 4 man,” but
apparently had never been lived
in although some articles had been
stolen,

As in Nazi-occupied lands where
the heavy knock of the Gestapo
became a dreaded sound in the
night, so in Seoul Communist-run
police usually made their rounds
when people slept.

Not uncommonly these police
would help themselves to radios,
jewelry and other valuables in
the course of their searches.

But perhaps the greatest loss of
property came from small gangs
of thieves which flourished par-
ticularly when people would go
to the air-raid shelters,

Some jailbirds were taken into
the North Korean army but most
of the 9,000 inmates were given
liberty to roam the city at will
despite their records of _—

—I.N.S.



)Moscow’s Radio in the past two or three
years.

Moscow has given no reason for the sudden
change in propaganda tactics. But the tactics |
have changed.:

—iN.S.

1,250 MILE WALK

WREXHAM, England.

Leonard Mackreth, 46-year-old Flintshire
dairyman, has just started out on his longest
round — a 1,250 mile walk to Rome as a Holy
Year pilgrim.

Mackreth said:

“I hope to reach Rome by December 22.

“I am going through Belgium, Luxembourg
and Switzerland.”

Mackreth’s target is 20 miles a day.

—I.N.S.

In one},

Defence
The Editor, The Advocate,

Annee of atrocities on
can ~ soldiers, Communism
etc., I think everyone should feel
Very concerned over the situa-

@ion, and our one aim should be
© preserve peace.

Civilised nations must hold to-
| sooner and work in unity.

hurches must have revivals,
more employment Agencies must
be opened up, and here in Bar-
bados we must set our own house
in order.

The ‘countries boasting high
Civilisation must not let them-
selves down by lack of charity in
their own homes. Deviation from
those. things that preserve a na-
tion, will indirectly aid com-
munism, The remedy lies with-
in ourselves. Let us strengthen
our side. Defence programme
would also help Barbados and
her unemployment problem. 5

CONCERNED CITIZEN.

Behind
The Editor, The Edvocate

Time

SIR,—I read your article about
the lack of observation of time in
Barbados, and this should be
remedied.

As ane who has travelled, I
find that knowing the time helps
to get one ahead. It seems a big
joke with some people even to
enquire the time. In Barbados
“they have the world of time”.

Closing of shop doors have also
increased this disrespect of valu-
able time.

Unless Barbados gets busy and
scraps her backward habits, she
will be another 100 years behind

“Time”.
LOOK AHEAD.

Flag
To the Editor, The Advocate,

SIR,—I am shocked at the ter-
rible atrocities which American
boys are undergoing as America
has been a friend and helper to
all nations. This cruelty should
be checked by condemnation of
every country in protest.

Lack of patriotism which
fosters gratitude, is the outstand-
ing cause, and American and
British countries have lacked a
showing of their pride in their
countries and great deeds.

Even here in Barbados, we
could be more patriotic, By lov-
ing our country, we will take care
of our own, Neglect of this duty

enemy gets headway.
Get busy, let us save our flag!

AMERICAN SYMPATHISER.

Master
To the Editor, The Advocate—
SIR,
“The morning breaks. We must to

school go,

Holidays are over and pleasure’s gone,

Now face we the master, cold and
stern,

Bless'd with far less brain than brawn,

Why do we fear to enter the room?

Our garments are tidy as can be,

The books, though few, are good and
true,

Say, what is there that should hinder
ye?

Prayers have been said and names are
taken,

Faith in our school remains unshaken,

But lo! the master stands; O listen ye,

Sir Oracle speaks as yonder we see;

“Boys, I'll be damned if these stains

Report’ att un th

eport after report all say e same,

The work in school is far below stand-
rd

a

Teaching today is not in the vanguard.

He takes from his desk a monstrous
strap;

“An ominous sign”, says a boy from

behind;
We quail in our shoes, our knees feel

weak,

A cold shudder runs right down the
spine

Could net helidavs be a little longer

So our young hearts could grow
stronger

To meet this very terrible situation

Which gives our breasts such palpita-
tion?

‘Whig, Cverymnere our schoo! house

The need for a better heart and mind
Is surely the remedy you should find.
If love for hate you would inter-

change,

And, check the fears that in school
10 .

Then good results will most surely

And ‘.
sverrond will then say

Social Work

To the Editor, The Advocate,

»—I am very sorry to sce
that the Church is not taking its
rightful place in Social Welfare
Social work, to bear fruit, must
take a new trend—the old regime
of ruling by fear, must be
scrapped. People want to be
happy and free, and not to be
stigmatised by charity—kindness
only, and an aim to understand
the weaknesses of human nature-
a desire to build rather. than
destroy—it is this spirit that will
bring results. St, Paul claimed that
he was the chiefest of sinners, and
in this way won thousands.

The spirit of Jesus should be
the pivot on which social work
should revolve

He came not to saye the
righteous, and those who think
they are paragons can not help

others,

“Well
PUER.”

With thanks,,
HUMANITARIAN,

Race Separation In
South Africa

JOHANNESBURG.

Supporters of Prime Minister
Daniel Malan’s policy of apartheid
—race separation—claim it is cap-
turning the imagination of white
South Africa because the huge
reservoir of Africans in the native
reserve has broken its historic
bounds.

Throughout South Africa na-
tives are pictured as pouring into
towns which, only a few years
ago, were predominantly white.

_Since the beginning of white
civilization in South Africa there
has been a sort of geographical
apartheid, The Africans are
largely concentrated along the im-
mense watershed of the Drakens-
burg, a range of mountains just
inland from the east coast running
hundreds of miles from north to
south.

Now the rise of South African

industry has broken the dikes.
With few prospects of a slim live-
lihood in their own crowded re-
serves and the reasonable certain-
ty of jobs and wages in the fac-
tory and mining towns, native
youth began trickling into the
white areas shortly after the turn
of the century The first world

war saw the stream of native im-

migration swelling, and it grew
steadily between the wars.
Turned into Flood

Then

the second world war
turned the stream into a flood.
Since 1939 tens of thousands of

Africans have flowed into every
nook and cranny of the white in-
dustrial system. Overnight satel-
lite African townships sg up
around every one of the Union's
major towns. Even smaller towns
and villages, wherever there is a
factory chimney, have found new
black populations on their door-
step. °

Even under the previous V-
ernment
Marshal Jan C. Smuts town after

town erected legislative barriers |\j

against the encroaching natives.
But these paper controls had little
effect.

Now the flood is lapping about ;

the cities and finding the Euro-
peans unprepared. Even Dr. Ma-
lan’s nationalist party so far has

little more to offer than a slogan,
a vision of a return to the geo-
graphical separation of the last
century. It is a vision which finds
increasing support among the
whites, Its practical application
meets physical ‘resistance and
world hostility

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House, Shop
Damaged
By Fire

"T°HE SOUTHERN SIDE of






house 2: 1x8 feet, situatec
at St. Sylvan's Village, St. Joseph,
was damaged by a fire of un-

known origin which broke out
about 9.45 p.m, on Wednesday.
The house is the property of Mott-
ley Bryan, and was occupie! by
him. It is insured.

A shop in the same vicinity, also

belonging to Bryan, was damaged







e southern side by fire at
t the same time. The shop
is not insured
Both fires were put out by
Arnold Browne and St. Clair
Smith of the same address
?7YHE EDUCATION Visual Unit
gave shows at the St. An-
dre Chureh Boys’ and Girls’
School on Wednesday. The sub-



ject of the show for the boys was
“Roots and Shoots” while that for
the girls was “The House Fly”.
A commentary on the house fly
was given by Mr. Thorpe.

OYS at the Alleyne School are
very interested in boxing. A
punching bag has already been
installed at the school and a train-
ed boxer is doing the instructing
The “Advocate” was told yes-
terday that the Headmaster of the
School has displayed great inter-
est and it is hoped that the boxing
will be a success, Evenings for
training are Wednesdays and-Fri-
days.

7TCHE BAXTERS BRIDGE at St.
Andrew was damaged dur-
ing the heavy rains on Sunday.



over the bridge and passengers get
off at one end to be transferred to
a waiting *bus.

T MID-DAY YESTERDAY |

another large crowd of peo-

ple gathered around the house of |

George Webster eat Goodland to}

see the mysterious stone throwing
but again there was none,

Isalene Webster, daughter of |
George Webster, told the Advo-|
cate yesterday that the incidents’
rumoured by the people are ri

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THE

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GREASE-GUN IN

PLAY



MR. F. G. TALMA, Training Supervisor instructs the Station Servicemen at the Esso Servicenter, in

the use of a grease-gun.

Xmas Trees

Galore

STORES have a big supply of
| Christmas Trees this year. There
imported trees as
well as the larger ones which are
made local'y, and there is a big

are the small

supply of toys to go with them.

By this time in December many
Owing to this "buses cannot pass| homes will be a-sparkle with the| _

decorated imitation fir trees.

The “Advocate” yesterday vis-
ited Johnson’s Stationery and
Harrison's, and was told at both
stores that the supply of toys this
year is the biggest since pre-war
years.

Toys are no longer just things

to play with. More and more they

are means of combining pleas-
ure with educational value. At
Harrison's, there are not only

racing cars, and toy trains, balls
and bal'oons. There is a “Ubilda’
car set, with which the owner

true. She said that she has never ; ;
i can by following the printed
seen stone throwing during the Peer aa cake : 2
instructions assemble a y car
day. No pots, tables, glasses or aren 8 assemble a. toy -car

lamps were jumping around or
never did. She also said that it
is not true that an axe ran a man
up a tree.

“It is some of the people that
gather around the house at night
that are responsible for the stone
throwing and we would like the
Police to help us”, said Isalene.
“Our gardens and flowers have
been destroyed by idlers tramp-
ling through it”, she said.

Isalene claims that on Wednes-
day night a crowd of people sur-
rounded her father’s house saying
that a spirit was inside it. Her
father opened the front door and
allowed them to come in and have
a look. After seeing nothing they
soon afterwards walked away.

Earlier this week George Web-
ster reported to the Police that a
number of people were assembling
before his house and throwing
stones at it. He later made 4an-
other report and said that some-

thing had struck the house but] Vince

he did not see what it was,

HE MOBILE CINEMA will

give a show at “The Home”

Agricultural Station Yard, St.
Philip, to-night at 7.30 o’clock.

HIE POLICE BAND will play
at Hastings Rocks at 8 o'clock

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for himself.

Then, at Johnson's Stationery,
there are toys like a miniature
saw mill factory, and a chemistry
set, the latter equipped with test
tubes, retorts, etc.

At Harrison's the “Advocate”
was told that although tHe store
is full of toys at present, more
are awaiting delivery from ware-
houses and more are on the way
from the countries of origin.



“Cyril E. Smith”
Under Young
Skipper

THE 56-ton schooner “Cyril £.
Smith” arrived at Barbados yes-
terday under one of the young-
est skippers ever to steer a
vesse| into Bridgetown.

The master was 21-year-old
nti@n, Herman Ashton, who

has had six years’ sea experience.

From a schoolboy, Ashton be-
gan to study navigation with his
brother Captain Keizer who is
now skipper of the motor ves-
sel “Lady Patricia.”

After he left school he start-
ed his seaman’s career. He join-

to-night. This is one of their; C4 the “Lolita H.” as a sailor,
usual fortnightly concerts } It was not long after this that
: * ; he was promoted to sailing
2 YBIL GRIFFITH of Bank Hall master of the schooner ‘“Frank-
reported to the Police that Jyn_ D. R.”
$65 in cash and a gold chain’ He spent some time in St.
valued $25 were removed from a’ Vineent working as a mate on'a
counter at the Ideal Store on’ ¢rash launch before becoming
Wednesday ; sailing master of the 30-ton
7 } schooner “Hazel Scott,” which
OBERT BRAMOE of White! carries an auxiliary engine.
Park Road reported that a! fn ’
generator valued $36 was taken} The next step for him was

from the motor car M 2214 while

it was parked at White Park Road;

on Wednesday. It was his prop-

erty.

FISHERMEN AT BATHSHEBA,
St. Joseph, are at present en-

gaged in knitting nets painting }



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boats, and building new masts for
their fishing boats so that they
would be se: for the com-]|
ing flying fish season |

The fish catches there at present
are not very encouraging and

recently many boats which ven-
ture out every day generally
return in the afternoon with very
little to sell.

Some of the men are complain-
ing that the “fish” equipment is
much too dear and in some cases

cannot be obtained from the
stores.
The gill net is finding much

favour with fishermen around the

3athsheba area,
IVE TRAFFIC OFFENCES
were recorded in the Police

Reports on Wednesday. Two mo-
torists were reported for exceed-

ing the speed limit; one for
driving in a dangerous manner,
one for driving without the ap-

propriate licence and a cyclist for
riding his cycle without a light-
€d lamp to the front.





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skipper of the “Cyril E, Smith.”
This trip from St. Vincent to
Barbados has been the first for
him on the “Cyril E. Smith,” He
has recently taken over from
Captain Hutchins, The “Cyril E.
Smith” is owned by Mr. Mitchell
St. Vincent.
Captain Ashton took almost five
to bring the “Cyril E. Smith”
St. Vincent here. He com-
ined of experiencing a lot of
calm during the voyage, and of
the schooner having no auxiliary.
With good weather prevailing, he
felt that he would have made the
trio in a little over one day.

The “Cyril E. Smith” has
brought a cargo of only 300 bags
of copra from St. Vincent.



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Inquiry Postponed

THE
Clovis
Road

into the death oj

Holder of Howells Cross
was further adjourned by
Mr. E. A. McLeod, Coroner of
District “A” yesterday until
Friday, November 10.

Clovis Holder who was reported
missing on September 14, was
found ina well at the Belle
Plantation on September 21, and
was taken to the General Hospita!
where he died on Wednesday,
September 27.

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A MOTORIST drives up to a Service Station and an
attendant wipes off his windscreen and then politely asks

him, what can be done for
car, the distilled water in
the amount of gas ordere

Motorist Caught
In Speed Trap

JOSEPH GIBBS of St. Thomas
was found guilty yesterday oi
driving motor lorry T-176 on Bay
Street Road at over 28 miles per
hour on August 12.

Mr, E. A. McLeod before whom
the case was heard fined him 20/-
to be paid in one month or 14
days’ imprisonment, Mr. W. W.
Reece K.C., appeared on behalf of
Gibbs while Sgt. Forde prosecuted
for the police,

Cpl. Jones in giving evidence
said that on August 12 about 2.12
p.m.,
Street Road. P.C., 451 Jones also
accompanied him, They stooa
«bout 110 yards away from each
other and this was measured by a
tape. He had stop watch No. 21
and Jones stop watch No 20,

There was a blue chalk line
drawn across the road and in this
was the trap. He saw the motor
lorry T-176 proceeding to Bridge-
town and it appeared to be ex-
ceeding the speed limit which is
15 miles per hour on that road.)
When the front wheel of the lorry
touched the blue. line he started
his watch to work ang then walk-
ed to Jones, He met him in the
trap and they compared their
watches. No. 20 watch read 59
seconds and No, 21 51 seconds.

Asked by Sgt. Forde whether
they could have made a mistake
in checking the speed of the lorry,
Cpl. Jones said that it was un-
likely for him to do such a thing
as he had 12 years’ experience in
checking speeds,

Gibbs in making his defence
Said that he was the driver of the
motor lorry that day. He said that

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there was much traffic on the
road so he was forced to drive
slowly. He could not say what

speed he was going at as the lorry
hadn't a speedometer.



Boarded Hall Had

Most Rainfall Yesterday

RAIN fell every day this week
in all the districts of the island.
Ihe weather broke suddenly on
Sunday at aout 12.10 p.m. with
flashes of lightning and thunder

he was on duty along Bay|

him, checks the water in his
his battery, and then puts in
d,

This is no fairy tale. It is an
leveryday occurrence in Barbados
And it comes from a well though.
; out plan to give the motorist bet-
| ter service,
| This very week six Service Sta-
| tion Salesmen are being trained a
the Esso Servicenter, Roebuck
Street.

When the Advocate visited the
Esso Servicenter yesterday, Mr
F, G, Talma, Training Supe visor,
was conducting a class in battery
sales and service that dealt with
the hydrometer and voltage tests
and under-hood inspection.

The course ends this week and
has been in progress since October
16.

The station salesmen have learnt
to operate hydraulic jacks, remove
and mount car wheels, repair car
tubes.

They dismounted car tyres and
tubes and mounted them again
They learnt how to give quick and
efficient attention to a radiator as
well as manning a grease gun and
giving a car the works,

On the theoretical side they
learnt of the characteristics and
qualities of gasolene, the theory of
sales and service and the impor-
tance on sales of the keeping of
clean driveways, clean restrooms
clean salesrooms and clean pump
islands

In other words, when one drives
up to a service station and says
“fill her up” he gets gas and ex-
pert service as well.

B.G. Gold
Mine Shuts

GEORGETOWN, Oct. 25,

The decline in the exchange
value of gold in terms of wages
and commodities coupled with
legislative control on sales con-
tinues to have an adverse effect
on mining interests in’ British
Guiana where the Anaconda
Company, big concession holders
recently ceased operations.

In a letter appearing in to-day’s
Daily Chronicle and written from
Aurora landing, Manager Frank
Buckle of Cuyuni Goldfields Lim-
ited, a Canadian concern states,
“whatever reasons officials of the
International Monetary Fung may
have for recommending against an
incréase in the official price of
gold, (as they did again recently,)
it is clear that little consideration
has been given to the very large



accompanying the heavy showers,
Over two inches of rain were re-
corded in the St. James, St. Philip,
St. Peter and St. John areas.

On Monday the rain still con-
tinued to fall, but not as heavily
as Sunday and everyone was
noticed going around with their
rain coats. Boarded Hall received
the heaviest rainfall of 24 parts,

Tuesday and Wednesday were
comparatively dry days and all
over the country farmers were
engaged in ploughing the soi] and
planting crops.

Although many farmers
complained of the gradual denuda-
tion of the soi] by the rain, the
majority are still looking forwar:
to some good crops. The St. Peter
district had 93 parts of rain on
Tuesday while on Wednesday
Holetown received 37 parts.

Yesterday was mainly bright but
in the merning there were some
slight showers. Up to 3 p.m. Dis-
trict “B” Boarded Hall had the

highest fall of 17 parts which fell |
early in the morning.

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House
Enlarging
Forbidden

IN HOUSING SCHEME

IF ANYONE would contend
that a blind man cannot earn his
living with his hands, he has only
to go to Deacon's Réad Housing
Scheine tor the answer. There he
will find blind Alphonsa Holder
busy at the joiner’s trade.

His work goes
other customers who knew him in
happier times, and therefore he
has no cause to despair because of
his calamity. As he deftly placed
tab e top on its legs yesterday,
uw representative was surprised

t

to learn that he had lost his sight

entirely He disclosed this when
he said: “Of course, I am blind,
but I believe that if a man is able
io work he should at least try to
earn his living and be independ-
ent.” Holder said that he lost his
sight about three years ago.
He was one of several residents
the area who told our repre-
ent tive yesterday that they
were quite pleased with the facili-
ties that had been provided for
them by Government. Of course,
{residents have to look after the
| maintenance of their houses, and
some complained that with their
slender means this has created
quite a problem these days.

Trim and neat in their coats of
red paint along with the well kept
kitchen gardens, the 66 houses in
the area present a pleasing pic-
ture as one travels along the nicely
laid out streets

Water Put In |

The district is now fully devel- |
oped, water, toilet and bath hav |
ing been installed om each ees
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holder's area. There is also elec-
trie lighting along the streets and
several of the occupiers have in-
stalled this lighting in their homes
as well, Already there is a play-
ing field and there is the likelihood
that a pavilion will be erected
There are three kinds of build-
ings in the district. One consists
of a house and kitchen} another a
house and shed roof from end to
end, and the other, two houses and
a kitchen, the front house being |
very small in comparison to the
back one |
One resident with a big family
and the oceupiers of one of the |

|

like more room but under the!
agreement which operates, he is
unable to make any additions. He
complained that during the rainy
weather the water found its way
into the house along the sides and
made his family very uncomfort-
able. He attributed this to bad
workmanship. Another complaint
he made is that the standpost is
too far away in the yard from the
building. “It should have been
hear the kitchen,” he said, “so that ,
when rain falls one would not
necessarily have to get wet if he
has to get water.”
Hire-Purchase System

The Deacon's Road Housing
Scheme was the first to be launch-
ed by Government and the houses
are paid for on the hiré-purchase
system. The first kind of house
mentioned is at 2s. per week and
the other two-at 3s. per week.
Each householder pays an extra
sixpence towards the’ rental of thé
land.

The purchase agreement ex-
tends over a period of 20 years,
but one can get possession of his |
house in 10 years if he is able to
pay for it in that time. In no case
can he get possession earlier. This
provision was made, it was learnt,
to prevent outsiders from coming
in and profiteering to the possible
detriment of the householder
“ost of the smaller house is £104,
the others £156.

The scheme was started in 1939-
40 so that those who have been
paying regularly have now paid
down half of the house's value

Schooner Off
The Run

THE Schooner Manuata, well
known in the rice trade between
British Guiana and _ Barbados,
will hardly be calling at Barba-
los within the next five months

The schooner is undergoing ex-
tensive repairs in British Guiana,
the Advocate was informed yes-
terday.

GBelvre the Manuata left Barba-
os for British Guiana on qs o4
was taken on dry dock to havi

bottorn repaired



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Its former skipper Hassell j
now skipper of the Lueille M
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Flour, Meal Come |

ment regulations to export gold! pwo THOUSAND bugs of
for sale to other than official vheat fl - and 2,000 bags
\? § y pe ne whea our and 2,00) oats of
| buyers at a fixed price. If they! .oenmeal from New Orleans wer
were permitted to sell their gold lianded here yesterday by th
l iy a free market they would hel Norwegian steamship “Geirulv.”
hetween $70 ang $80 (5 W.1) per The flour was consigned ¢
\! ne ounce’, —Can. Press. Messrs. Hull & Son while the
arr fay cornmeal came to Messr

Almandoz Succeeds Tang

‘From Our Own Correspondent)
PORT-OF-SPAIN, Oct, 23

Alderman Aubrey Andrew

Almandoz who

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succeeds Mayor
Norman Tang as Mayor of Port-
Mr. Almandoz has been
a member of the City Council for












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Other cargo of the “Geiruly”
jinctuded corn starch from Ney
Orleans and confectionery atu
coffee beans from Jamaica

The ‘ irulv” left port las:
night for British Guiana, Its
agents here are Messrs. Robert
Thom Ltd.

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lannis attracted a Ferest Officer
who hurried in the direction an
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SUGAR WORKERS ON
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Own Corresponden
. PORT-OF-SPAIN,
Only a few of the 400 worker
who went on strike at the Caror
Sugar Estates Limited, Caron
returned to work earlier thi
week.
The workers struck last Thurs

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a the increase in the size < GREY WORS D » j
task and reduction in the amour s
of work given to each person at $18.00 pair 4
day. The Honourable Mitr: 4
Sinanan held a two-hour confer- q
ence with the General Manager q
making representations for settle- WHITE LINEN ’ /
ment, The workers are all expect-
ed to be back to work on Satur- at $11.59 pair
day.

O'REILLY IS GRAND WHITE & KHAKI DRILL ”

INSPECTOR’ at $6.47 pals

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Q Sliver Tinset (s-toot atet |
Q Tinsei Stare castes)?” |
% Xmas Tree Tinsel Decorations %
\ (6 kinds) *
%& Tnsets reictes %
& Jack Frost >
+ +
s
+
* Xmas Tree Coloured Glass decora.
% tons 22 difrerent kinds include Ss
ss ing Bells, Balls, Father Xmas, %
e Tree Tops, Birds %
$ |
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x ALSO % |
x %
+
x BALLOONS—all sizes and shapes.
% Mound. Airship, Spiral, Balloons |
& with Squakers, Animals ete |
% PRICES from se. to te y | -
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2 (See us for Wholesale Prices) * MARMI E
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Chocolate Cake Mix Per Pkt by gl MIL : STE
Vanilla Cake Mix Per Pkt. aU Flats, Rounds, Squares in all Sizes
Orange Cake Mix Per Pkt a ;
Ginger Mix Per Pkt nA ¢ pe -
Tea Mix Per Pkt 0 BOLTS & NUTS—AIl Sizes
Apples Per |b 4 %
Masmalawss bo tee so 8 | FILTER CLOTH—White Cotton Twill
Marshmallows- ». Tins ) R
| Little Miss Muffet Junkets Per Bot a4 %| At PRICES that cannot be repeated. ¥
| Steak Pudding 1 Ib. Tin : X | x
Spaghetti in Tomato Sauce With Cheese 20 %| “ Z i x
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THE LONE RANGER

BARBADOS



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HE CALLED OUT rig
KIRBY'S NAME! 44
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Bleeding Gums, Sore Mouth and Loose
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Trench Mouth or perhaps some bad disease
that will sooner or later cause your teeth
to fall out and may also cause Rheumatism
and Heart Trouble. Amosan stops gum
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today. The guar-
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Bach soothing and delicious
Vicks Cough Drop medicates
dry, irritated throat

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muscles. The waj7 to tackle the
trouble is to help the kidneys.
They should be toned up with
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De Witt’s Pills have a soothing,
cleansing and antiseptic action on
the kidueys that brings them
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Jars KRAFT MAYONAISE
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FRIDAY, OCTOBER 27, 1950 BARBADOS ADVOCATE ! PAGE SEVEN
















































\ ;
( } A S S I FIE D A D S Govt. Tries To yf ARBOUR L0G. \eaaeenanensedaanenaamemenanadaasaaanaaeannandek
. SHIPPING NOTICES : ‘ARE STORE
| .
TELEPHONE 2508 ‘Muzzle Butler Party N OUR HARDWARE STORE
- - - s at 10 and 11 ROEBUCK STREET
laim Butleri Prog geet ee ee evill be closed for STOCK-TAKING 3% >
x | ‘ - ad
DIED | PUBLIC NOTICES Claim Butlerites Sch. Lucille M. Smith, Sch Emanue: | ROYAL NETHERLANDS SSS - er on: 4 m }
| C. Gordon, Sch. © i MoO? , & TUES .
BARKER—JOSEPHINE, at her resi-j (From Our Own Correspondent ita W anita, Sch ee” os M.V. “T.B. Radar" will accept we oO . & Tt ESDAY 30th and 3ist OCTOBER x ~
dence Hindsbury Road, St. Mich NOTICE PORT-OF-SPAIN, Oct. 23 Everdene, Sch. Mary B. Careline, MY. | STEAMSHIP co. Cates endl. femeuses. “Sn? e will be re-opening on WEDNESDAY Ist November. :
gg a. rhea Fenn meee Fruitful Hill Road, leading to Cane| The Butlerite party is indig- | Server, Sch, Anita H.. Sch.” Santer. | ANTWEEP a AMSTERDAM Ardea. ate ot aupatiete gaa th as nes Sree mee oer E
pave e late sidence a 2 puitf . a : S S rise S$ Sch . nee Tr 4 neir bus Ss acc
orelock this Tt Giataewn ‘fot he! Garden in the parish of St. Joseph, is |nant over the results of the elec- Pilgrim s ok ae Sratnenee | ms. “DELFT” 6 a Gateher be notified elr DUSINESS aCCcOramgy x
Westbury Cem ery. Friends are closed until further notice, aiso Cocoanut| tion to the Executive Council.|Seh. Timothy A’ H. Vansluytman A Vessel 28ti,, October. ist November. oe ane we. oe
Ne a Sa es pecading to Springfield. i= |Party members claim that the eet “AILING FROM AMSTERDAM nica, Antigua, Montserrat, Nevis Establishec 1 HERBERT Ltd Incurporated S
Tudor 27.10.80—in a been dameged by recent heavy po mn fonder 0. aaa ; ene Crrn E amie. 56 pone net ms “ORANJESTAD 16th, Novem- a. vente since mnpnnianiin 1860 . 4 . 1926 = .
sains nuzzle ap Ashton, St 5 « Gl ——
. | _ By order of the Chairman of Butler Party.” They claim that M.V. Moneka, 100 tons net, Capt | shinixo TO TRDUDAD, PARAMARIBO oar oak len at 10 & 11 Roebuck Street. _~ ee
egg rn a gee “St ag within the next two years that eS” 4 ne ee i GEORGETOWN, Tae Eee Srenees aes : 2.
‘osep) Geiruly, 5,160 ¢ t, Capt “ CILIA” October Aruba. ft rt +
FOR SALE | 26.10,30—an. [there was bound to be another | Axiersen, from New Orleans. : Be “CoTrica’ san October be noted. ee ee ane ane tae
— general election when the Party] Sch. Laudalpha, 60 tons net, Capt. | “GamLiNG TO TRINIDAD AND M.V. “Caribbee" will accept = -\))
x NOTICE would then have control of the | @¥™>s: from St. Luchh MARACAIBO CITY Cargo and Passengers for Domi- i
AUTOMOTIVE is hereby given that it is the intention | Government. Schooner, rusitnas 48 dan | Rit “MESA 24th. October. and stk Kitts,’ Salling Wednesday ond
a | of the Vestry of the parish of Saint | Party a - fomengonee Emeline, 72 tons net, Cart| sanina TO MADEIRA, PLYMOUTH, ||| {n° Neveu ae TY’ ‘
CAR—One Prefect Ford car “ H.?.! Michael to cause to be introduced into arty members are busy dis- $s = Ta ] Pr Peat ee | ANTWERP 4ND AMSTERDAM $01 SCHOONER WNERS’ NEWS FROM FOGAR Ss
1948 model. New tryes, mileage 13,000,| House of Assembly of this Island a Bill | cussing the effects of the Govern-| canes. for Bring, ‘ns Met CaP | ns “ORANJESTAD” 20th. October. ee RE INC.
excellent condition. Apply Howard King, | authorising the said Vestry to raise a] or’s speech on the party's policy SS. Alcoa Pe = 3.93 | a. P ore, on om @ vo. LTD
Pore” Spring, St. Thomas | joan not exceeding £3,500 to grant re- . > s ‘| Copt. Morgat fo ae 1933 tons net val ~
27.10.50- 61 | trospective pay to casual employees and The main topic is the question . organ, for Halifax j eee

| certain of the unestablished staff of the |9f nationalisation of the oil and

CAR—One (1) 6 Cylinder Chevrolet; Commissioners of Health of the said] ¢ i i . ihn
Sedan, 1936 model in’ perfect running } parish. Such a loan to be repaid by ten | Syany es: cne of the mair
order Apply Frank B Armstrong, | instalments the first instalment of £350 planks of the arty. They claim
Phone 2840 27.10.50-—t.f.n. | to be repaid in 1983 and the remainder} that Government’s statement i
in equal annual instalments of £350 injnot consit »nt with the British








Canadian National suman!

SOUTHBOUND

WILLIAM FOGARTY LIMITED

Seawell





























eee |
CAR—Ford Prefect 10 H.P done; the month of December with interest ‘ if i | Sails Sails Sails Arrives Sails
17800 ‘miles. Apply: Harold Weather-| at £4 per centum per annum out of | L“bour Party’s policy in the Unit- ARRIVALS By B.W.1A.L | Montreal Halifax Boston Barbados Barbados Announces the arrival of — '
head C/o Bruce Weatherhead Ltd. | the rates of the said parish until paid. |€Q Kingdom. They intend ic From TRINIDAD: Carmen Blackman, | LADY RODNEY . 13 Oct. 16 Oct 18 Oct. 26 Oct. 2% Oct.
20.10.50—t.f.n. ee x. c REDMAN, communicate with Mr. Clement mee Girling, Semabi Robertson, John | pane tere CRUISER 33 Oct. 4 Oct 1 Nov. 7 Nov.
erk, St ichael’s Vestry . utton, Jean Forbes, Gabriell te ELSON . lov ov. 6 Nov 16 Nov. 1€ Nov.
PLECTRICAL | 26.70.90 an, | Attlee to clear up the statement| Dr." Edouard Cote, Roger Metntire,| CANADIAN CONSTRUCTOR 10 Nov. 14 Nov. - 38 Nev. is Nov SMARTLY TAILORED LINEN DRESSES
| Td Which «6they said was “misleading | Ivan Burroughs. Graham .| CANADIAN. CHALLENGER 23 Nov. 27 Nov. ~ ? 7 Dec ‘
Se etiniensa cpio NOTICE d inet Teas CIOS TGaCoita Burreae; Burroughs. TADY RODNEY 2 Dec. 4 De 13 Dee 4D In Plain and Floral patterns si
REFRIGERATOR—Coldspot Refrigera| and against Labour Party Policy.” |” DEPARTURES: LADY NELSON “ we : Dec 3 c 4 Dec Pt =
tor € c. feet in working order, can be cS. By BW.LA.L | , DNEY | i : “a +e - : 30 Dec 3! Dec, . * “f
seen at Branker, Trotman & Co , High| IS HEREBY GIVEN that it is the Oe OG ENIDAD: Helen Brown, Betty | LADY Geneon "i a z 2 —_ = sen. Jen = cae QUALITY and Cut leave nothing to be desired at the
Street 24,10.50—3n. | intention of the Vestry of the parish Holford, Roderick Stewart, May Stewart, | “APY N * : . 1 Feb. 3? Feb. 12 Feb. 13 Feb. : :
; ! ot St "Laity ‘in Yale land’ ‘cause | MAIL NOTICES toner Relsmall fear Bow Cy | are Ne ee ee
- ermâ„¢an 008, amina | 3 ;
MISCELLANEOUS | be introduced into the Legisiature Boos, George Marshall, Lina Marshall, | ~ «
of this Island a Bill to amend — 5 5 fi s effre Marshall, IL 1 D >
APPLES, APPLES—English Apples | Saint dante. ee Tean Act | United Piigrim: will be heka toe Stanford, aa Wee et Artives areas Arrives Arrives ARTIFICIAL SPRAYS AND DRESS FINISHES.
eriffith ny S io ee : ’ i Rae dos 8 ;
42c. a Ib. Griffith's, on Dial 4514 | Vestry, if thay shall think &t to do so, | “Hers, ‘ost, Offee ae underi— | ater ANTIGUA: Una Vanques, Vere | LADY RODNEY .. .. 9 ie Mee 2 | tone a Beautiful assortment and various Prices _
ae Abet i vis etl the eth bet eres the | October 1950 P Re For ST. LUCIA: Dimysins Harola. | LABY ROONEY 2 25 Dee 3 Dev. € San 7
rovisions of e sal et in remodel- . F GU 5 | . 27 Dee. “€ Jan. 7 Jan.
HERE AGAIN" Registered Mail at 10 a.m. on the 28 or ADELOUPE: Elish:
CHILDREN'S RAIN COATS in Plastic] WP# and making extensive repairs to | October; 1950 . For ST. KITTS: Kamla ‘Tham, Vijey LADY RODNEY 1g Feb 12 Feb. i Feb, Bree. PLAIN LEGHORN HATS @ $2.69, $3.64, sz
$1.96 CHOADWAY DRESS ‘SHOP Rates aera! Owner, 19a. 28 October; 1950. LADY NELSON . 25 Feb, 27 Feb. 8 Mareh 9 March and $4.70 each
— nm . moe Jas st



i CARRINGTON & SEALY,| MAILS for Dominica by the Sct OPO POSPRO POO
26.10,50—2n Solicitors for the Vestry | Mary E Caroline Gi’ be Abert at ine N nie De eee * B.-Subsect tw chage without notice A) \ sels Acted with cold storage cham

ELECTRICAL ITEMS bere Passenser Wares and trefey = on wep te + LEGHORN HATS WITH LACE BRIMS @ $4.03 each

of the parish of Saint] General Post Office as under:







“ONIONS 55 Ibs. at tc.
CRATES ee Lucy in this Island. Parcel Mail at 4.00 p.m. on the 271% — Waching Machines with $ ice Antes ainines ae
- = spir ———
Harold Proverbs & Co. Ltd elena ee aes roo % driers—Electric stoves with, % |
27 .10.50—3n NOTI sponenerd Registered Mail at 10 a.m. on the} @ even and w gt ~ GARDINER , rad TD Ag Please enquire early at ;
eer reece faieartiemcianannaae 28 October; 1950 . armin ray a ‘ =o
“HAND EMBROIDERY: Come _ to PARISH OF gg Ordinary ‘Mail at 10.15 a.m. on the] Yacwum Emttien pone Derk 3 ADAT &. Of... UE ite :
Queen’s Park House and see the ARTS Applications are ‘invited for _the| October: 1950. a TSS lampo—Heating Pads nel 9} | (S======Seeeeeeeeeeeeeee ee 2 = .
& CRAFTS Exhibition of Embroidery office of Parochial Medical officer | qrinidad and British Guiana by the 8-8. | Bolletters. John F. Hutson Ltd. & F 0 G A R I Y 8
from Monday October 23 to Saturday for the Parish of St. Peter, Ap- uae tonney will Se ae at | she tae n X w



}
Crates Choice Potatoes 66 Ibs. at 7c. IF 34.10 50-280... | Cee ee

October 28 inclusive from 9 a.m, to 5.30

plicants must be registered i-
p.m. daily. Admission 6d. Articles at ws ita

cal practitioners. General Post Office as under:

Parcel and Registered Mails at 2.00





eeremmmerene nA CIE. GLE. TRANSATLANTIQUE

for Values that are easily the best anywhere.































the present Rectory of the said parish. Ordinary Mail at 10.15 a.m on |































































































































































INDEPENDENT FRONT WHEEL SUSPENSION — with

undersigned on Friday next the 27th day





CHINA WARE SOUPS 36c. | ‘x Fine Assortment. Also For BOYS!





POCO SES POSE

of October 1950 at 2 p.m, atone
CARRINGTON & SEALY, Lucas Sireet SOAPS, POWDERS, PER-

echt dbase x Built-in double-action Shock absorbers —for EASY RIDING For GIRLS! CHINA WARE BOWES 980. | yumas, Lomions, win. |

NEW BUNGALOW-—50 feet by 30 feet im GIRLS’ RUBBER SANDALS PALM FANS 25c. } BONS, CORD, BUTTONS “The. LONG KHAKI HOSE



with full basement, water and light
throughout, on % acre of land with
guard wall, situated at Deacon’s Rd,

49c. up 4 BRASS DINNER BELLS, ;-HAIR & OTHER PINS, COT-



GPONS, HAT-WIRE and | BOYS’ CAPS, Navy 22c. up

.

GIRLS’ ANKLE SOCKS lL5c. ata i ee. te





rear “Bayswater”. Phone 2791 or apply. | ¥ i esta cinientaictanaiicieniiith
y. 1% + , 7 ‘ a

bo LE, Bot aes - HYDRAULIC BRAKES—ON ALL 4 WHEELS—SAFETY uD ee: SAE, POE Ho ine tinea | BOXS’ COTTON VESTS 9c

~The pro} erty knéwn_as “The Market! % GIRLS’ PANTIES 36c. up Ete. TEAK WOOD TABLES, Last but not the least our oe

Place", standing on 5,225 square feet of | x re inne aee einer CAMPHOR WOOD TRUNKS | 3 ‘ ‘ 7 BOYS’ SPORT SHIRTS 65c

Jand at Orange Street, Speightstown, St. iiesenenieninenesinns GIRLS’ PLASTIC HAND- AND A HOST OF INDIAN | “ORIENTAL GOODS RE- « : te

Peter. The above property will be set) % BAGS $1.89 each GOODS “DUCED BOYS’ SHOES $3.85 up









sale and Orders taken. Salary is $260.00 per month plus the 27th October 1950
22,10.90.~-¢2. | £ $90.00 tor, the V D, Clinic. Porainary Mallat 3.00 p.m. on the 97 French Line
4, MASS Pathe Xmas Masks, dtouke from ‘5th March 1981." ” 3°" | October; 1950 L beegscasc< =e Be

‘ace Masks, Diving Masks, Mickes'\ 3. Applications stating age and quali- . 66696 S.S. “COLOMBIE” Sailing to Trinid oe aaa coplletetgieoeosth alt) ates _

M Baloons, only a Limited ntity | LO EOOOPSSPPP PPPS PSS ailing to Trinidad and La Guaira on the =

. ae theo Deanniae Tae, Lobes eakeet, te Gh ichuiona by eae rn si GOODS! (Articulos) 25th October 1950, accepting passengers. ||| .600660600600515900005557b0 99000 O OTF POUTOOTEIIIDE =
26.10.50—2n 2 sth 1951. ae x § ALE NOTICE CUROIS, JEWELLERY, S.S. “COLOMBIE” Sailing to Plymouth and Le Havre via <
ar Re oe Sa Oe are om Ah i = | . =

PRESSURE COOKERS — Large and the undersigned at the office au-|$% SILKS, (Se Habla Espanol) aatver ee Guadeloupe on the 29th .-—
Se ey eT mete soz ticetuye Som 10.08 “sm. to. 08: % — sale of House at St. Matthews % TH ANr ee s NH ' -% :
- $$$ | p.m. : be \X% has been withdrawn, R. Archer % 4 I NY For furth rticulars ly to: BARBADOS ELECTRIC SUPPLY
res AND wary ~At last! Thursdays from 10.00 a.m. to 1.00 * McKenzi 21.,10,.80-8 x Pr. W H si ws Uu er particulars, apply to:— y i
any people are benefiting by a re-| p.m pRenzie 2 Sons . . Wm. Hry. St. DIAL ae ze
NE ae dina ka ee | ose. wal | & M. JONES & CO. LID —Agents. =
Millers’ up-to-date Machined Wood Vestry Clerk, SSOSSSSOSSOOSSOSS™ { (

Works. Dial 2791, L & 4H. Miller, St. Peter. ~ EE eS e
Reed Street, City 27.10.50—8n. 20.10.50—12n,, | & THIS 2 ee a sre ec ee eee caren
van cabin. Gilan? tect Gs cs een st . eee ee a 7
5 Far Tierees. Can be seen at the Hob- T TBE e Fgiscrad notified that Sj i u
z ‘ 3 i 4 8 3 iy e ot
a id ee Co. Pe cee es ember Ist the admission to %) Real Estate COMPAGNE GENERALE TRANSATLANTIQUE
o—6 on. oncerts on Hastings Rocks will % | | =
FOR RENT vctese’isSinavoldabie uct the ine s NOTICE :
| creased cost of the Police Band g ~ if) Bef ying shi
sal peered ria a Ln retin’ NICHOLLS, Secrty is pleasing to the eye and > efore " Buying ‘op Selling NOTICE
= a Hasting’s Rocks C'tee . ~ ‘ es
egerers Dayrelis ends corner "ot ails 25.10.50—4n, Easy on your Purse. § Good Class Property it
Gap. Apply Mrs. C. Humphrey, Gils) ———————— BUY NOW!
Gap, Teleph 4141, Pays 5 isitors wi ie “ec

ap, or Telephone a eee NOTICE REIL. 5 Sia ays to see No Visitors will be allowed on board S.8. “COLOMBIE”

eee --———--—-—--——|_ ALL accounts and Bills concerning | % and other Wardrobes, Dresser- on Sunday, 29th October, except by invitation or pass issued

BRAMBLEY eee G2), Sk | Dodds Plantation, Please send to the robes, _ Chests-of-drawers and ¥| by our Office
Michael. From November Ist, full! Manager of Seawell Plantation. Linen Presses—Vanities, Dressing : : , As the Manufacturers have decided that repairs tw one of
furnished residence, For particulars 21.10.50—6n Tables, Stools, Screen Frames 3
eo oa sierate Site Roe Lane R. M. JONES & COMPANY, LIMITED consequence had to’put this Generating’ Set (900 KW.) ut-f
Ieee irae care rere y U Separate Side Rails, Laths consequence ha pu nera e

GLENDALE—Upper White Park, con. WANTED . i. eS : :
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LAST Wednesday morning there was a heavy track
as owners and trainers seit their charges on trial gallops

eutside the barrels.

which prevailed all morning and the state of the going is
appreciated when it is noticed that the fastest five for the

morning was 1,09}.

Impressive were the two ne
horses Fair Sally and No-to-Nite,
although the former’s time for th:
once round was not obtained be-
cause she begun and finished
somewhere around the mile polt
Nevertheless she moved particu-
larly well and is
firmly installed as
for the Maiden.
the other hand,
startling gallop
mention mainly



now probably |
the favourite}
No-to-Nite, 0.1}
while doing n |
deserves special |
for the progress |
which he made in the last week
only. Saturday before last he
could hardly keep up with the F
class creole Foxglove, But on
Wednesday he finished on a tight
rein while the same creole whc

accompanied him again looked

be all owt. Their time was only ¢

fifth or two outside that of Eliza

bethan and Infusion who did th¢
best box to box gallops for th:
morning.

Times recorded up to 8.30 were
as follows:

Flieuxce went with Miss Pani
who had a tough job to keep ur
and just failed to do so at the fin
ish. They did a box to box ir
1.34.

Dulaibella did a comfortable fiv
in 1.15. *

Rebate went with Musk wht
was no companion for her an
they finished up lengths apart wit!
Rebate sailing on in front. She
did five in 1,12.

Consternatian, a two-year-old
whose origin I am not certain of
did five rather laboriously in 1.18
She needs plenty time with lot
of everything else included.

Flame Flower really has n¢
right in this column because no-
body managed to get her time. Bu
she did a smart half-mile.

Vanguard and Tange, who wer:
really responsible for attractins
everyone's attention while Flam:
Flower escaped, did a box to box
finishing the last five in 1.134. /
very trying experience for Van
guard. '

Fair Contest’s time was impres
sive inasmuch as she was onl)
barely allowed to stride out by
Yvonet. She did the box to box
in 1.354.

Kendal Fort looked fresher than
he did last week. He went fiv
with Gun Site in 1.11%.

Cross Bow was a rather pitiful
sight in the mud which clearly he
has no liking for. After much
py shins he finished behind St

oritz who did the box to box
in 1,354.

Elizabethan. in contrast to the
above, revelled in the going and
has seldom thrown out such a long
stride. She came back in 1.32%
for the once round.

No-to-Nite, whose name causes
no end of quips by various stand
critics, did a box to box with Fox-
glove in 1.324. The latter was
much weaker at the finish.

Colleton did a half mile with
Bachelor's Folly in 582 .

Arunda and Nan Tudor obvi-
ously have a lot of speed. They
did four in 55%. But I do not think
they will be able to hold it for
long on race day.

Tiberian Lady did a box to box
in 1,34.

First Flight and Miss Friend-
ship did four in 59}, First Flight
is indeed reconditioned since mak-
ing her home here but still needs
more time.

Sun Queen did the best five of
the morning in 1.09}.

Oatcake and Landmark looked
about equal to each other doing
five in 1.10, The former looks
a size bigger and better than he
was only last June in Trinidad.

Bonnie Lass is a tail wagger
of the first order, She did five
in 1.17} and does not appear to
enjoy galloping or life in general
for that matter,

Pharos went off with Usher
who naturally found a box to
box in such mud a little too much

for his years. Pharos’ time was
1344
Vixen, a steady runner and

roarer, did a half mile in 58 2/5,

Infusion did the best box to box
for the morning returning 1,32 1/5
for the trip.

Firemist dia five in 1.16 4/5 on
the bit. A race between herself,
Oatcake and Watercress would be
entertaining at al] times and it’s
a long while since we have had
such high class rivalry in division
D. But due to her lay off I won-
der if she will be fit enough.

Hi Lo and Dunese I managed to
get for three only. They did it in
47 4/5. Both these two-year-
olds should figure prominently at
some stage of the Trumpeter Cup.
But at exactly what stage is yet
difficult to say.





heir first innings closed at lunch
ime with 171 runs on the board
for the loss of five wickets, and
they then skittled out the opposi-
ion for 87. |

The Defence team were thus
still 10 runs short of the number
required to avert a follow-on (75
runs in ,one-day matches) but as

only 15 minutes playing time re-
mained stumps were drawn. By
the rules the team with the first

innings advantage in a one-day
match were thus the winners

The Commonwealth had started
badly, losing Spooner with only
two runs on the board, but Fish-
lock and Dooland were aggressive
while putting on 97 for the sec-
ond wicket in an hour.

After that Grewal, a left arm
legbreak bowler slowed down the
scoring ‘rate and in one spell of
10 overs he claimed three wickets
for 25 runs.

Fishlock included six fours in
his 51 while Dooland hit nine
boundaries

During the Defence team’s in-
nings, Tribe in a spell of 10.2
overs, eight of which were maid-
ens, took the last five wickets
for only six runs.

Churchill Wins
Jockey Club Cup

sNEW MARKET, Oct. 26.

Mr. Winston Churchill’s remark-
able French bred grey four-year-
old Colonist gained his biggest suc-
cess yet when winning the histori¢
Jockey Club Cup valued £1,170
and run over two and a quarter
miles here today.

Mr. Churchill flew specially
from the opening of the new
House of Commons to see Colon-
ist beat two French opponents.

Odds of only 11 to 8 on were
laid on Britain’s war-time Prime
Minister's grand horse who was
winning his sixth race in succes
sion,

Stable jockey Tommy Gosling
got him home one and a_ half
lengths ahead of Vicomte Foy’s
Pars de Calais ridden by Rae
Johnstone

The only other runner Miel Rosa
a 3 to 1 shot, set the pace but
eight furlongs out Colonist went
ahead galloping in relentless style,
Miel Rosa came under pressure
going into the dip trailing in eight
lengths behind Colonist and Pars
de Calais.

Smiling broadly, Mr. Churchill
received his usual vociferous re-
ception when leading Colonist into
the unsaddling enclosure. Trainer
Walter Nightingale stated later,
the horse would not run again
this year having more than earned
his winter’s corn,



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Ability did a very fast four but
due to interference, static ana
otherwise, I only managed to get
the three. This was done in
40 3/5. If this filly could be per-
suaded to start with the field
she would easily account for the
Maiden.

Kidstead did four in 56.

Harroween did three in 48 3/5,
very easy,

Mopsy dares to match strides
with stablemate Epicure and
with the considerable help of the
riders she manages to do it. Re-
sult: four furlongs in 58 4/5,
which is nearly the sum total of
Mopsy’s capabilities on such
going and a much _ restrained:
gallop for Epicure,

Cross Roads makes his slow
but sure progress, He did four
in 56 3/5. Duchess and Blue
Diamond have already made a
name for themselves by some
rather close finishes at exercise,
There being no judge on morn
ings there is generally much ar-
gument as to who was the win-

a

ner. On Wednesday they did
four in 58 1/2.
Wilmar did four in 57

Atomic II did five on 1.14.

The good looking two-year-
old Soprano was the last I saw
but she did a four only at very
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Sun Rises: 5.50 a.m
Sun Sets: 5.38 p.m,
Moon (Last Quarter)
vember 2.
Lighting: 6.00 p.m.
High Water: 357 a.m., 3.34

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tax rao BAJUJADOS QaJub Calling AMOCAtf FRIDAY, OCTOD&II if, i*£8 I NTR OM i Mi ;., : HBI. and his (Uugrurr ArVltt/S Ht^CLJNC Mfca Intranaif I NTHANSfT through HaroeOw. %  A.. wa Offvr*., flW.I.A OvnTM was CP %  OIK mouth a"i*uu %  %  %  %  r.itrto Hico servlc* fryiv .'. Grvnaci.) tn route. %  B&rbado* *>r two-day vis *•>"-< two He wii t.!*".-* Bteiit-i*d hare .. few week* on a short tnwff * die >•* rt*taj farFor Men Only week. His M %  t Ycitirdu %  II ii the %  'IMI. I h's KM ana grandson hva alwtiyi had i i ,.-r -AT** th* Odin? if GlfiVfvifr, '.[ic f>:.*e i>f Beat, '• %  cdirig and the variety stage. rtiiet about dlwutatliff her age. When, the other da\ sped aliiPg u rinln mart I topped by n patrc* eaat least". Mid tfc* COB. you arn vertalr. no gentleman." i-*rr>.i--l WeflrI Ml lhp *£S52l drive, 'ia** •• SS "CatomW and i due tc m L WM, ?f rt ,„.„. n nn the venel Imar i" *• 22* pohoaman lookad. The Irlvar r o n Short Vi.il ,< Trinidad uti .11 la Ml-. J. M.C.P. H.. SHE SMOKES SO CICAUBTT Y anon T "as MlJttlwg^i'M. %  .••tinson Lwhu wore holidaying In "On* UI IW LfrfKM JUB laBU %  AM very Sl*d '" *e bock in TlsiLaaos to g "i vime iirnshlni M R. and Mrs whu ware hoBdaying la St i\ft AND MRS G. ACRUS and | Michael arid I „ were stayPeter, arrived from B.G. wlftr having a great dual of rain ins with Mr inn Mr* Denis Barday afternoon By B W..I.A Dr. b, England,' Mr. L 8. Chamber? Aci-ca * .in* of the two ahyrtc.in* told Cartb yesterday Ikairtvea Uf n t.J > %  — %  "' "" ^"W"" nauxlle Co.. in hcro oll WadnewJay on the CotamMpa Ants l^uettiont McKctixle and hat Iwtn living in j,ic accompanied by his wife nfter A RP.iviNi. 1MB Arwba yaatarB.Q. far twvJHH. wiMdlni u noaau MftHV * u^"i %  %  .*'" %  m hv saw a lut of lha cm ket M"*M bolwetn Eiitflanu ..': I • %  !>• m Indies and uUo UM Opn (Jolf Champtoiiship in ^cAtiaud. Sarnstcr At Law f R ALIiKBT J. 1-ARK13, IWT Aftr Two Weeki M Rfl B vTBA HUOtJINS ami her daufhwr Jtmn. after M oil HDW, Official w th the Lagr. Uil nd Tpt only five days they gee %  Both o.' them teemed very Interested In the Island and Baked i iwn apob> Ar U:ey waiter) (or Uwlr baingp tve bl iho ttrmmal btilldlny -p-ey ~, .;„„! jeaterday uftw soendio*tevw. Iniomr.tt.,DMk to bur a map Of RetvmKl (til Oa^ e;irlicx u, voc^' ho' (ay m the Ulaml the War-d and aslc a few mw Trii*idd wai MUi Shelaah Daane, Hp '" %  K i B Keutstror of 'lie QUMtlonn. AJthouali here for ootj rtuughlcr of Dr. and Mra C. fi. S-JW^ma Court of BrltUh Gulau.i five days Uiey cvrinintv K rt> plaf.D*.w of Maraval, wh„ led by "" !wo > !" n **? hai !" r * e 'i nlpg to ane a* much n( the island |h •"Colomb.e" on Wodiwsday appointed a Camnimwner oi as pwr-ible night. She was abo Ktaytng at the OaUw SUptf of week*' i.ollday In Bai "* rtfctM : B A:"* ,<1 lerday .narnooo by BW1A. **< %  ";• 3;-^t by -ving II.. h o Quiana umana W H W 1 A Housewives' Guide IMswo af _. PtaTa >vBen taie "Adv-weale" .-at-ekej fHfti., wees; — ii-araben k oaatla par (a Pear* *. 1. cs*J ra*i eath. ROBINSONS 'PATENT' B Alt LIT 'PATENT OROATS B.B.C. RADIO PR(rGRAMiM£ I 15 I ** % %  .;. I i .-. %  -. P 130HD her* t' nid ruUode IAUOA. ;nat rrl*cil in 1/mdoo, With h.-v \hrr httrbamV Mr. Ahnee Rosenfctd. a 41ftar-old iteeiman. When I met ft*r at mr }:•: -• %  rWMJJtl U : %  •• JM M an..amofcv *>,'-_s rlarin* ouotlat %  r rx rhs K-a p —. >• I j*rt Own faiuMr.. s.ia n.m aa 1 a-*—, a at .at. Bajttai sa ) • a> r !" T>f P*H* -in-rtce. : Nthw i • Upwn. I P iMaaFhWiWii - %  >"Th. ! %  Wiiir B m. aeoMMR rturawi""• a %  MUSK Kt-n rouiwi. a S 9 "6 A Ui %  it .r* faefftto, Ba l" 1 I p.m. The Hw. l. a AjaaJrHa. t* l"w* *nm ivnt_ f p "i Jdic .\*wwi. an, u M.llniiM Nt>uin nepvrt. • V" r<*nofiMr sf trw >-*. • > — -,..., ilit IMtMeMH IS pa NIM re s aptMU* . WM-I-J Afl-fi !" fMTVfV DT M p m. Ctoa nee II. GLOBE OFKNINC TO-DftV 5 ,• r.M HIR KfNDOf WOMAN NEVER LEARN! UM TW CLWK RAINS ISEVB8 H0WAR5 ^0A€ WORUNIS SMV* uT^Rsap ft a A* ••• la %  p 10. A P aa ^Tur "^-^ —,a.u. ranen' .!iy 'DF)*r• remained in England for a sloner for the Kaatero LaribbM.i irtniocd Medico longer period but was forced to with he*i'f.i.irWT. In %  rrimdo'i T\U. and MRS. M. FORlte-STF-H ,n;rn home due to the d.-*th of returned %  >f Trinidad were tneraaaU nlghi bv tii.> SS op W'ci While In Triirtdad. he will b%after paying a abort roi from K. they BU the turn of his t-ounln Mrs. here tie wna st.'ylng a the iXvan Vp-.nl ix mceittuf holiday. F. de Cannex of San Fernando. View Hotel. u^^a^^p^^#^^^^it^^5#^^^M^< LOrTOON. 'Piere' sncaklrg auptc)ui: iu Albtrt Wiilum -.an, Owl rotnav :.rr getting ihat courtaey. rk ..' iii-tus[>a.v. %  ry DovetinxiK'i.t Council alma to i,l out for sure. The S4-y8r-oid elactrtclau %  TH(.nunril aoiiounccdtliat tole a pun* from ho^w rsBd -iu>y are planning to tuK wuit. was ari*td when he returned. , .u und bust measurements nr >*no (.evrral hooit later, to apologlxe \ -v iu6 winner. n\ Britain tin waa aeoWiuod to thrw munlli'" %  >%  lob will be Heine bv —INS, nwniiiw > r 3 • i j -%  V ii wi I _il_Pj 1 J —LN.S. En-route To St. KltU BOOK YOIJB SKITS $1.50 All Seats Bookable 72 48 TO-DAY (AND CONTINUING DAILY) for hBUTHE SPIRIT" at THE EMPIRE THEATRE (TWO BOX OFFICES) on NOV. 2nd & 3rd THURSDAY & FRIDAY AT 8.30 pxn. MATINEE FRIDAY AT 5.00 pm rum England utun spending unc I r dolitl a SliU't Tu!i,r'a conrct Ii'"" " 7"". "Tr"." 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PACK FOIR BARBADOS ADV.K All IKI1IW. IXTOBKK 27, 1*M BARBADOS & \Woffli Science and Agrit'ulture MOSCOW Friday. Oriobrr 27. l5fl III III I HIS I THE suitability of Gravesend as a site for a rifle range has been one of the matters receiving consideration lately. Some would like to see the Rifle Range removed, while others maintain that Gravesend is the best and most convenient site for a Rifle Ran*e Both partic* (MM reuona for their optoions, but it must be conceded that the argument shacking the "status quo "are not particularly convincing. The most cogent reason advanced as far as these gentry are concerned is the fact that the Range has been there for fifty years. And, in an island where pedestrians rely on the fact that they were there lirst and therefore have an inherited monopoly of the public road, a claim to seniority is not to be lightly dismissed. Jt is impossible to refute the statement that the rifle range has been located at Gravesend for fifty years and that all other activities such as the Aquatic Club, the Public Bothing Shed and the British Union OU Company are comparative "Babes in the Woods" and newcomers to the area. But has anyone stopped to contrast conditions in Barbados fifty years ago with conditions to-day. Gravesend in those days was entirely closed to the public. It belonged to the War Office and was a military preserve. A few persons, with special passes from the Military were allowed to bathe at the Engineers Pier. Apart from this concession the area was out of bounds for civilians. A rifle range was built there solely for the convenience of the Military who were not particularly interested in the finer points of competition shooting; and as Gravesend was a closed area there was no fear of any accidental killing or maiming of members of the public. When the Military left, the Government of Barbados was either too lazy or too short of funds to abandon an established range even though conditions at Gravesend had materially changed. The Government have now leased part <>f the area to the Aquatic Club and to the British Union Oil Company and, quite rightly, have attempted to create facilities for the general public lo enjoy sea-bathing at Gravesend. In the days of the Military many beaches near Bridgetown were available to the public but in recent years built up areas have extended along the sea coast so rapidly that the citizens of Bridgetown would have to go many miles to enjoy a sea bath if Gravesend were not available. Apart from the long standing squabble between the chicken and the egg as to which was here first there is a strong concensus of opinion that the standard of rifle shooting would improve if there were a range away from the glare of the sea and the dazzling white sands And, quite apart from the dangers and inconvenience of a rifle range in close proximity to sites used by the public, there is no question that it is time that more lungs should be provided for Bridgetown. The entire area at Gravesend should be transformed into a delightful park with flowering trees and ornamental shrubs. Such a transformation would demand the removal not only of the Rifle Range, but of the British Union Oil Company's tanks which can hardly be described as ornamental. It should not be a Herculean task to find a new jnd more appropriate site for a Rifle Range at such a distance where expense and time in getting to the range would not be so great as to kill enthusiasm for a manly and. for that matter a womanly sport. rainfall for the month September was below average. In the majority of distent" ihe re ware approximate!) 14 days oti which rain fell The heaviest and best d.Mntmtctl i-ms iMwilftl on the 5th 23rd and 26th Anunimu t-> ri-.rifall leturns received to date from 32 stations, situated rn anas typical of all rainfall categoric* of the Island, the average tola! rainfall for the Island for September was 6 79 inches. The corresponding figure for 1949 was II 13 inches, and the average for September for the i past 100 years was 7.71 inches The highest total fall for September 1950, at any of the above i stations, was 11 SI inches, recorded at station In the parish of St Thomas, and ihe lowest was 4 24 inches, registered at a station in the parish o( St Michael The rainfall was sufficient to maintain good growing condition* both in plant cans* and ratoorw and in many fields unusually heavy crop* have already developed The yam and eddoe crops made good vegetative growth during the month. Several planters were able to begin the "Kail planting* of the sweet potato crop, while other.* completed, their "Spring planting" A number of held* of "Spring planted" potatoes was; harvested, during the month and the market supply greatly improved. The cotton crop continues to make good progress especially those plots which had received an early application of sulphate of unmonla The trees are boiling well and some excellent plots nave been observed in the parshea off St. Lucy and St. Philip. \ slight attack of defoliating *orm has been observed but this .iaa been kept in check. Self inn if the Cotton Variety TrlaU wau •ommenced during the month and s continuing Peasant Agriculture Good weather prevailed during the month and food crop* gencr.11 jr continued to make progress. Some sweet potatoes and corn were harvested and moderately ^ood yields obtained As usual at this time of the year, vegetable rarden crops were in limited ippK On the whole peasants are satisfied with the good growth maintilned by both plant and ratoon Some cotton plots are well advanced and have already begun flowering and boiling. So tar no widespread damage has been %  used by the cotton leaf worm, Alabeaaa arglllucea. Peasants, however, are being advised to do | preventive spraying with lead .irsenate solution. Several peasants, especially in ihe Christ Church and St. Philip .ireas, planted plow of the variety Virginia Bunch during the month lk*ler : Md pssjgg were available m thmarket during the month. Other nulls in more limited supply included limes, sugar and goldei, apples, coconuts and papaw> The mam pests reported atta> ii.g peasants' crops were the com durini the month f" 11 Trinidad ear worm, the cabbage white |t | ... butterfly and scale inecl>. I'liu Peasant Agricultural Instructors, Australia on the 16th Septembc th new information and rang I Insecticidefor the futui to advocate suitable conii % %  mcasaaTSji : m ted feed as well as succulent fodder was In free supply throughout the month Six hundred peasant holding* and 16 school gardens were visited by Ihe Peasant Agricultural Instructors during the month. Foui mango ir.cn were grafted. BPBU lH W to receive l iiiide: the provisions of Ihe Colonial ifc-velopmeni and waUVfl lriig-.li Siheme nig Uie i Climax Wiiidm.U Unit control of this pest During September, there has been a great demand for the loan of sprayers. Information **a also given in connection with ml 'ii "us plants and eHm tree, which WSM PlfpsVBw %  'I* 'i sects Plan! IIJM-UM-S ivcd under th. I>urMosaic Dlsra&t (Eradication i Act, w ]2fi 1943—22, during the month re was mP rte c stalled on one holding, while Fisheries other peasants -ere assisted with Repayments on loans receive. 1 galvanised pip? and other equipduring September, amounted t< meiit. mainly f. r overhead irrl6578.18This amount makes i ghllon. total of $50,876.10 repaid to d.d. There was . total of 126 head over all loan* uuwed. of livestock on the six stations at Interest collected for the mODtk the end of St ptember. Including -v. as 1185 making a total "f \oun*£ stock l*urn during the J6U2.31 paid to date, month. Four hundred and thirtyA sum of $899.39 was loaned seven gallons of milk were proto fishermen for the month, makduced. Sixteen young pigs for ing a grand total of 190.234 2' rearing and 3 head of other stock, loaned lo date. surplus lo the stations' requireOne meeting yf the Fisheric-. menta. were sold. Advisory Committee was hcl.i during the month, at which In Botanical applications for loans totalling The following fruit trees were *2.o89.09 were sanctioned budded during ihe month— A1 th 1 meeting it was decided Orange 67. Ume 269 and Manlo approach the Government foi darln IS. Kruit trees delivered [ %  "mission to import cotton netfrom Codnngton were as follows. lln B suitable for Ihe assembling Orange 11. Grapefruit 8, Lime of gill nets lo be sold to fishermen 30. Lemon 8, Pa paw 18, GoldenOther matters concerning account.! apple 4, Citrus 2. Breadfruit 15, * deceased fishermen, as well aa Guava 5. Grape 2 and Cherry 1 backward accounts and Ihe preOne hundred and ninety-four vulon of a concrc,c * ab aI Ba,h ornamental plants of different ""cba >r the cutting of large fish. species were distributed **' *** discussed. In addition to the above, 3,935 The "Investigator" carried out casuarina. 724 mahogany and *""ni experiments chiefly dis451 tribuled Entomological Now that the parasite breeding season has ended, routine work Is being carried out, of sieving, bagging, sale of wheat and cleaning and repairing of the unit. and of wheat containers One moth breeding unit in operation so as to maintain the necessary slock of parasites in readiness for next season'* work The annual pre-harvest counts of cane stalks infested, have been started during the mimth at lbs cane breeding plotat HIT lev; far, there has been a low incidence Of molh bOtW infestation, but slight to moderate of termite damage Some rut damage was also found During the month 60 Llxophaga connection with the captui king fish with a view of checklm; the arrJVal of the king llsh season on the southern coast of the island. During these operations bank spotting and depth recordings were made on several of Ihe deep sea banks of th" coasl These operations will continui throughout October and Novem9mntj ay b. r Catches of llsh were again vcr{.mall throughout the month Experimental Cotton Spinning Plant Production of 18's count cotton yarn for use *| UM West Indian Knitting Mills was 2,162 lb Two grades of 5 ply 10's cord wan amount also made from existing stockingle IO'N yam; the combined weights 1,417 lb. if the two grades batog North Korean Sword SEOUL There is an ancient Korean proverb which warns 1 "Beware of a sword hiding behind a smile." North Koreans who held the South Korean capital of Seoul for three months made no attempt to hide their sword behind a smile. During the occupation period, it is estimated that this sword fell on Ihe necks of at least 5,000 Seoul residents who had no beneA1 of tilal or counsel This waa Ihe figure given to this correspondent today by LI. Than Bod Sung of the South %  %  % % %  .i r counter Intelligence -orps which Is now investigating Communist activity during the weeks of Red occupation. There is nothing harder to come % % %  IOA KAPLAN LONDON MUbLOrt propagandists have dropp.ii MO war like a hot potato. And, while it is till too early lo discern > rlUfllU trend, the whole tune of Moscow's rtadio broadcasts seems lo have changcxl .vithin u-ceiit d;ijs Mine an I. w. i attack• HI "Anglo-American WaJlBOliapra;' 1 there is nun"ptace" talk. Only a few weeks ago, Moscow's Radio devoted a large share ut its time to report* J1 the "heroic efforts ol the Korean libeialors" (meaning North Koreans); and to "indignation" meetings in the Soviet Union against the American "intervention.' ihese broadcasts have ceased. In urn -6-hour period, the only mention of Uic •\orean war was the broadcast, without comnent, ol the brief communiques issued by he .Nortii Korean supreme command. Moscow has NOT completely slopped its propaganda attack on the United States and other non-Communist countries. But the amount of radio time used for such attack* | ias greatly diminished, and much ol the >Ung is gone. Moscow's Radio in recent weeks has stressed the "peaceXui" side of the Russian character, with items like this: "The theatrical centre of Siberia is Novoj sibirsk. This city has the largest opera IIOUM in the U.S.S.R., with an auditorium sealing '2,000. It's troupe of singers and dancers [numbers about 1,000. Novosibirsk also has •i theatre of drama and a children's theatre." "Recently Byelorussian industrial establishments more than doubled the output ul goods for mass consumption. In tins year alone production of about 1,000 new articles has been mastered. "The Republic manufactures bicycles, sewing machines, radio sets, gramophones, rugs, vacuum cleaners, etc." The attacks on the West have included stories like the following: "Vienna—The Democratic Press cites new facts which expose the policy of militanzai tion which is being carried out by the Austrian authorities and the western occupation powers in Austria "Moscow—The heroic struggle of the Italian working people against the policy of destroying the national industry which is being carried out by the ruling circles of Italy on the orders of the American imperialists, is the subject of an article by Pravda'*. Home correspondent, Olga Chechetkina." But this sort of thing is very mild in comparison with the bitter all-out attacks which have been more or less regular features of l Moscow's Radio in the past two or three years. Moscow has given no reason for the sudden change in propaganda tactics. But the tactics nave changed.: —INS. 1,250 MILE WALK WREXHAM. England. Leonard Muckreth, 46-year-oid Flintshire dairyman, has just started out on his longest ••ound — a 1.250 mile walk to Rome as a Holy Year pilgrim. Mackreth said: "I hope to reach Rome by December 22. "I am going through Belgium, Luxembourg %  ind Switzerland." Muckreth's target i20 miles a day. —I.N.S. oui in AIM us SAY i Defence The Editor. The Advocate, SIB,—Reading of atrocities o American soldiers. Communism etc.. I think everyone should feel ary concerned over Hon. and our one aim should be to pre-erve peace Civilised nations must hold toavthe" and work in unity Churches must have revlviu more employment Agencies must be opened up. and her,in U.irbados we must set our own hoiist In order. The countries boasting high civilisation must not let themselves down by lack of charity in their own bornei Deviation from Ihose things that preserve a nation, will inditectV aid communism. The remerty lies within ourselves. Let us utrengthe.i our side DSfance programme would also help Barbados and her unemployment problem CONCERNED CITIZEN Behind Time The Edifor. The Edeorflle SIR. I ri'i.n the lack of observation <>f Um*. In Barbados, and this should be jamadisd. As one who has travelled, I (bid thai knowing the Unie help* to get one ahead It seems a big joke with some people even to enquire the time. In Barbados "they have the world of time". Closing of shop doors have also increased this disrespect of valuable time Unless Barbados get* busy and scraps her backward habit;;, she will be another 100 year* behind "Time". LOOK AHEAD Flag To the Edifor, The Adrocafr. SIR.—I am shocked al the terrible atrocitie* which American boys are undergoing as America has been a friend an.I helper to nil nations. This cruelty should breed* discontent, and stifles out tine feelings. Hero is whars the enemy gets headway. (let busy, let us save our flag' AMERICAN SYMPATHISER Xmtvr To the Editor, The rtdrocofc— V .'.( %  !> dual t • %  ra lib Which *Y*r>ht* >"ii >,t %  m Thr nrM (or %  brlUr hmti U tuialy "if rrrvi.lv \„.. >| lov. for h.M you *a khans*. Ana thrck th* feara lhat 4o ranae, tT.* n cood rr*ulta will TTI Race Separation In South Africa brsaka. W aiuat to •Chool SO. Il.l.iiai. ar* over and plrae atatna raanaln Kvport altrr 1*0011 all aav th* aatn*. •hecked by condemnation of evil ioiinli> in p| %  it. -I Lack of patriotism which fosters gratitude, u the outstanding cause, and American and British countt ies have lacked a showing of their pride in their .untiles ami great deeds. Even hare in Barbados, we could be mori' patriotic. By loving our country, we will take care of our own, Neglect of this duty ard Taachtna today I* not I waak A ...Id -"...Lin .pin* Could n t holh To n,**l thi. v. Wi .'. ... %  far bl..w ataad1 Ihr vanguard. k a n ftnatrou* .. a boy (ran our >..<••. faai Ighl down tag. a hit Ilong*r %  could grow Sociat Work T fhc Editor. The .ldi'ocre. SIR.—I um fwfg lorry to sea that tns Church is not taking it.. rightful place in Social Waif a re Social work, to bear fruit, must tulu? a new trend—the old regime Of ruling by fear, mu* br .scrapped. People want to be happy and free, and nol to be ntigmatised by charity—hi nine. only, and an aim to undcnrtar> im.ier the previous govrielri imeni id by the late _. Marshal Jan O Smuts town after town erected legislative barriers .mains! the fiicioaching natives Rut these paper centrals had llttir effect Now the Hood is lapping abot.' 1 •. ing the Bmoi r .'pared E\cn Dr. afalan's nationalist party so far has Brar than a slogan. .'urn 10 the geo


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* PAGE EIGHT BARBADOS \DV<* ATf FRIDAY. OCTOBER H, ItU ;nllops 'Fair Sallv' Favoured ml "No-To-Nite" Progressing n ......ki< LAST BMJ ning (hm and traiiwn m t tbtii tnitriii UM barrala. Tliis was relief-. which prevailed all morni i>; and the itale of the going is appreciated when it is not'ced that the fa.siest five f"*r the morning was I.O0J. Impress! vr .rc tt two n* horse* Fair Sally and No-to-Nitalthough ma for lb< one* round ux not obtained L cause ah* Urgun and flrushe I pomowherr ^mund ihc mile pol< Nrvcrthelesa she moved particularly well ami is 0* probabl rtiinh InstaUad M the favourhlor the Maldon N'o-to-Nite, o i the other hand, while doing r i ttartllng gaUop descrv mention mainly for the pi-ogre-* which he made in thr last ww< only. Saturday bafflra last he could hardly keep up with the r class creole Foxglove Rut on ;:iv he nntlhrd on a tight rein while Ihc %  ami craola m accompanied htm aii.un looked \< be all mit Their time • only fifth M two outside thai of Eli/.. Del ha n and lnfusmn who did lh. best box u. \—x aalloj morning. Time, recorded up tu 8 30 weir as follows' Fheuxcv went with Mis Pani who had a tough |ob lo keep ui and just failed to do so at the fin ish. Thev did a lx>x to box It 1 34 DuliaU'll.i did a comfortable flv In 1.16. ' Rebate went with Musk wh> WJS no companion for bag an they finisher! tip lengths apart will Rebate sailing on in front. Sh< did five in 1 12 Consternation, a two-year-o*o whose origin I am not certain of did five rather laboriously In LIB She needs plenty time with lot of everything else Included. Flame Flower really has M right In this column because nobody managed to get her time. I*u she did u smart half-mile. Vanguard and Tango, who w*/< really responsible for (itlmrtlni everyone's attentin whtUFlam Flower escaped, did a box to box finishing the last five in 1.13|. i very trying: expartaoca for Van guard. Fair Ccnii -i | t %  % %  %  < %  was Impres much as she was oni barely allowed to BtrMa out b) Yvonei sindid the i>ox lo bo* iii l.8B| Kendal Fort I .< I fiestwr thai he did lnl week, 1! ha, tin hkhiR DM After mud pu-hmg he flnmheil behind St Moritx Who dill I he box to bo* in l.S5|. BuaMthan in contraal to ir> above, revelled In tha going and has seldom thrown out nucb a IqpJ stride. She came back In 1.311 for the once round. No-to-Nlle. WOOM name causes no end Of QUlps l.v various aland critics, dm .. i">* tu boi wiln FOglove in I 32< The laller wu much weaker at the finish. Colleton did a half mile with Bachelor's Folly in 581 Arunda and Nan Tudor obviously have H lot of speed. Thev did four in !tftj| Hut I do not think they will be able to hold it for long on race day. Tlberian 1-idv did a box to box la 1.34 Fir't Flight and Miss Friendship did four in 591 First Flight is indeed reconditioned since making her home here but still needs more lime. Sun Queen did the best five of the morning in 1 .09J Oatcake and Landmark looked about equal to each other doing five in 1.10 Theformer looks a size bigger and better than he waa only last June i n Trinidad. Bonnie Lass is a tail wagger of the first order She did fl\ In 1.17| and does not appear t enjoy galloping or life In general for that matter. Pharos went or? with Usher who naturally found a box box in such mud a little too much for his years Pharos* Urn 1341 Vfxen. a steady runner roarer, did a half mile in 58 2.5. Infusion did the best box to box for the morning returning 1.32 1 5 for the trip. Firemist di u five* In 1.16 4/5 the bit. A race between herself. Oatcake and Watercress would be entertaining ,.t all times and It'i a long while since w e have had such high class rivalry in division D. But due to her lay off 1 wonder if she will be Hi enough. Hi Lo and Dunese I managed t< get for three only. Thev did it in 47 4'5. Both these two-yearolds should figure prominently at some Mage of the Trumpeter Cup But ; • i-xactly what stage is yrt • to say COIIIIIIOII wealth Win One-Day Match DEV ,0" M The Commonwealth Touring .iwkci team had no dimeultx m beating a National Dafani %  my team here on ihe first innings M a one-day mafeh but. R The Commonwealth innings closed at luneh Hi 171 runs on the board .or the loss of five wtej %  kittled out the opprai%  The Defence team were thus iiiil 18 ram short of Ihe number raqulrad u< avert %  loflo rum in l one-day match* onl.v 15 minutes flaying named stumps wssj B] he ruli the leant with UM firsi one-day match were thus the winner* TIM Conimonweallh III badly, losing Spooner wild only OB UM board, but Fishlock and Dooland were aggressive while puiting on 87 for the second wicket In an hour. After that Clrewal. a left arm legbeeak bowler slowed down the scoring rate and In one spell of 10 overs he claimed three wicket* for 25 runs Flshlock Included six fours In his 51 while Dooland hit nine "KIIHI.HU During the Defence team's innings, Tribe In a spell of 10 2 overs, eight of which were maidens, look the last five wiekets for only six runs. New Cricket Series Opens To-morrow On act aba* I lib being a Race-day all Q lure* scheduled for that day have II <-lled. The ne*i serie* on (< lobai 2ith will be %  %  pj;. arm Clubs an .•omnn-m-r play at I p m if possible. Fixture*, grounds, and Ihc i .ippomtcd are m folI II;-I I>l\ kfJHNI Oelober 21 November II. tl an at Oval — | i ri %  • % %  V S|. i II Walcolt i hki 11 R fl i ii Umpires l -rltor V Enipiw I I. Walcotl %  -.' '111 I' Bay, C CumbeTbatch fc L IMI CMUMMI (Ktobrr '!* Navemlier IK. •% Vaajdei Sn i mpui %  ,, Wim I A: W — Umpires. %  ,v Wn.-l.-s. V Spaitai Hall—C Archer & Batson,—l'i Hospital \ Pi.k'.v .+. : Black Rock—< Gilkes & J rial. Umpire* Chunrhill N\ ills JockBj Club Cup JTIW MARKET. Ocl 2 Mr Winston Churchill able French ln..i gnj ti 1st gained his biggest success yet when winning the historic Jock** Club Cup valued t 1.170 and run over two UM) I QUftftM mill hm today. Mr Churchill ih-vi ( .-,ialK from the opening of the new commons Ui ass) CttlofM in lat I An Kieiu Ii |joneiit! tid.l%  ( only 11 to 8 on ueie l.iiii <>n Hiilain's war-tliiir I'niiio grand horse Who wag winning his sixtli i.ice in Mill atabla hxkay Temmj QoaUna got him Imme onand a half .lengths ahead of Yumnt, |\n for* ,i. Calaii rlddan b) HH Johnstorii' The only other niunei Ml#| RoM 3 %  1 shut, sel Ihe pace bul eight furlongs Mil < ">!.-<,-< %  wri ahead galloping in n-Unlh •> ,!s |. Hial Roaa CUM limit i BDuu Into the dip trailing in eight lengths behind CoIonUi and /'or. de Calais. Smiling broadly. Mr Churchill feeived his usual vociferous repption when leading Colonial Int.. the unsaddUng cn.-loourc Trainr. Waltei Nii-'htiiigale slated later, UM horse would not run again this year having more Ul his winter's corn. Chfxs (lh u m punt s h .'/> SHU (Jndevided West ; M,p umli Csoorne game was Ntioui %  IPtnl I'r.i I .,. .. II. \) %  u -.i..y raauMad Qi ighM i < aJ Guava Jelly 38c. 36c. 30c. Cherry Jam 40c. Marmalade _ 40c. Mango Chutney 72? 36? Pepper Wine 3 6c. Cave Shepherd & Co., Ltd. 10, U, 12 & 13 Broad Street Police Spartan Comber mere Y M.P.C. i ,i,i. ,v Wlratea %  Empiia Pickwick erera Win.lw.rd Bpartan Se.unil II" ISMfl begin icnt Pickwick I^eeward Empire %  Carlton V M.P.C. College Central Foundation <\ inbernn're Lodao Ability did a very fust four bu due to interference, static ant otherwise. I only managed lo gel the three. This was done u 40 3/5. If this tllly could be per auaded to start with tlie field she would easily account for the Maiden Khhrtwd did four i n 36. Harroween did liiree In 48 3'.\ very easy. Mopsy dares to inal.h itrkNI with Mablcmatc Epic u r e an< th the considerable help of tii< riders she manages to do suit four rurlongs In 58 4/s 1 i early the sum total oi Mopsy'* capabilities on such going and a much 11 gallop for Epicure. Cross Roads makes I bul sure progres*. He did fran in SB S/S. Duel isami III. Diamond have already ma.le name lor IhemseKc by some lather close finishes || CMHIM Thenbeing no Judge on morn ina> there in generally much at • gUD BQI as lo who was the win nar. On Wednesday they di.four in 58 1/2. Wilmnr did four in 57 Atomie II did (He on 1.14. The good looking two-yaaj old Soprano was the last I but she did a four only at eery %  :estrained pace. Weather An Heu: .1 IK pin. M..on u.ai QaBmri vember 2 i ii:hinii. Ii 00 r tn lliEb Water: 157 am. "%£? PILLS i OMM. •... I.... ....... i | *"- — — I s lp~.~i IONK ,.....-.-i t..,., ...I \ llWwrt I l i llll A HIHM. A TtnriD vm. I § I" A 10. OWED 50 ItA.1 I; BEWARE OF WORMS! -ALSO LATESTWAII.M'H f.l THh-XK II9 AT THE PLAZA THEATRE itiiiiH.i row v Siurliiifi I tt-ltay 'J.-'in A H.:HIp.m. and Continuing DAILY 5 and 8.30 p.m. This Question Is For Women! ONK MAN is ii. %  ( in Wealth Devotion and SecurityAll he waafa in Minn if FIDELITY. ANOTIIKK MAN offered Love. Romance and Excitement and in return Hants—NOTHING. Ynu Van V Harv Both #•# / Which Will You Choose'? See the Answer in Universal Film Gem ONE WOMAN'S STORY CLAUDE KA1NS ANN TODD TREVOR MARSHALL PLUS (.11 AMI Ml. M All I Al.l\ I SHOW ro-ivmz H..IO P.M. GLOBE THEATRE UK WISE ECONOMISE USE BOWRANITE ANTI-CORROSIVE PAINT THE PROVED PROTECTOR OF IRON AND STEEL GOES FARTHEST ::: LASTS LONGEST One Gallon will cover HM—1,MM tq. ft. Supplied In PERMANENT GREEN RED, BLACK in Tins of imperial Measure. New Stocks juit received 'Phone 4458 Agents WILKINSON & HAYNES CO., LTD. eat r #UT IT '. \ TDO GOOD TC 8E TRUE-SH5 WASN'T THERE A WEEK WHEM IN MOWED THB THUNDEC.'Nfi HERO4t> It Every Time -AND THIS 15 THE ^\TP 15' UAJ'JDBy-EVEBVTHiNo V W ELECTRIC -THERE'S JUST MEl -I AND .VSY HUSBAMOVOOLL


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en .*•'. t e aaia; O* 4 •*<•ff fl&uflcate REDS READY TO INVADE TIBET Griffiths Satisfied With WX Shipping (From Our Own Correspondent). UJHtKW, Oct 96 \>sy.e?# ntt&#^ nir.a*** tor* aa umoyed tj %  ..'. Winis l*r*li;jiu.' -itAc^MWai y"*ees,-*)i ; ; .n j** %  *HO utu-ioueaii on cue wfioii are satuiauwr/, v; that no practical plan has ret bea submitt*i improving Bervlpes with th TJnitad Kingdom. Mfc A. E. V. Jterlon. Secretary of the Ww "•ir. Griflilhs' state-; • aresjalon held throughout I are indtfrerent lo i %  ;i>; been suffered every year since the wax which IB likely lo be repeated until nil ships of other nations". a-rtr.'-ri out 'hat In the %  [there wan n< Its? I last passenger fh:ps ir> II. e taint* this! • tch look double %  tber thnt .%  nodated by j iic* serving this aret,. I XfcW HO! M OF (MMOS mountains between India and Ch tuck from Communist China. But "."here ws no news that the invasion had begun. Communist armies, long poi .. yx, r iler, are under orders to "liberate' Tibetans But Poking which announced this lav. night, gAe no iroops had yot moved We Will Eat Out Beef Ourselves SAY ARGENTINIANS BUCNOS AIRES. Oct 36 The Anglo-Arsentme "cold meat war" as viewed from neee ?pe*.red to-day u> be approaching; new ncights of niutu*. stton, Tho speech delivered here earfcer.. this month by K. J. Joint. British Commercial Minister In Argentina was deacria-ad by the semiofficial ssc n eatysaaa in a irontpage editorial as an "error oy the British Government which K t eVa U d II" and an %  -•credible impiuHii newspaper added 'It must haw oroeokeg m the ralnd of e\>reign Secretary Bavin a sensation oi diisual" Another piper wornineuted thai 11 made no difference no* to Ae*R'b?i:i irhaHB* the price differentia which halted raoet shipment* to Britain over thee* 1 months ago were settled c: "If the British do not want tc eat our 'baby beef we will eat 11 ourselves' 1 it told. Taking issue with the recent comment of the London ******* Ktaeaaavsl Notaotas Graflea* describe* i Mr< i Baaverbroofc at "thli xmaU ugly shifty poll % %  v&yt has SFfctrtnatioally opposed '. \ 'icre who are In tu.ich irt other hand took laaue u-lth the epeeL-h maoii by the AmentiniAmbaaAador. Canoe Ho;.n In London on Monday. Thry itronly 3MM •onphasiaed that nn r*fcrcnnl ,-oui'i bo ro-ind in anytttbai he cald, about the oth-r problem. ruj the ti-adlliunal trading relatinr-9 between the iwt. coun*! % %  *, Mica %  •; (>utt*uiio uterling Wf*&m *~"Today; "with a \ graatar a am a nd tm -i-.-x-c cone-) quent upon development a which. bad u ul rvoniUy in the Ral*rn CatUbean onl, Cl/liu-; b we (<>uld nib considerable number oT Ilrillsn I paaaengers. Hiv are hnvthe Coivjibte or iha which, however, gives first choice! to round-trip pa**French Naiionels and whnt j -%  Ho I) i^endir^ tti u:oiwni ccntn lt W^_ tt ?* t '"''l "d o' Brteata Mte Hli glcaninc a) %  r-WCT MOW 5ttHl HOIM Of Thamobayoutl ""'I'umi Britain VfillKol Ri>ojM>n Jlermrnin Dockyard %  'onv*rston pi'Ofci. iirrmft carTien 1-ne alea have a' the re-open %  %  ,vre Iwo Ihitth shlpii oi^ %  vrefMii m lun wtlh a combined mctadini emit W each way tothe dry a remain grther with two other* winch only closed, provided horneward panaie< ft people from Trinidad. by • %  berth.i reanaln allorateH to people ; feem this The maDai about there V Surlna p-rtly f^r whole bad," ld Mr. Y •rlon. Mininlrie* Given To Members Of Trinidad's Cabinet' POUT-OF-VMN • %  elected mt-mwia el; %  oihrial minounci" Uitiay Bollcvinj mt rlr^o* the Rrecullre Council Tlie ifhcUii men* 1 m n-,al Sacra eral and the Flr.-v have bam ly o* the auiiui..: nta wlvle theri iteti • '..ive reachhler, a re\manm Bghtli %  %  %  %  i'iUic bnrr.e. buria with Earlier %  tned repo %  %  %  ha* beon Hooded wiii of C'hinefe Cornmuuln%  boura %  lAiee* in aw oantn %  . %  .. i %  %  rod yactarday. [South KcraAna wort earlier It LONDON. Ocl. 2$ tup the leaf ; %  --carsirv thrau ,,v r '"• hai 1 ad %  ftiminona chamber replncm;. (.ommona' chamuer he perfu(fld Ih ~~ nwT • %  %  • I King George Opens New House of Commons Minftanccf of fHilurK mni!(,.|i 0 I. .< licences for BriUsh Import!. —rteutee. 1?^!/^ FELL LAST NIGHT The rain* raiw apiln laj.t nielit Shortly !:,• io ddeck Ihe Chy became dark ot thick elouda blotted out the moonlight The tcniK'alure which w.-:. 82 dearee* hrenhelt dropr hv twp HAHINGl) Crtrmnur.-aliirm and Works. NOHMAN TANO: Miouler for Heulth and Local Government. dadtacetil Wi Paries the F.r*t was condemn^ t„ tb. *xc :t00 lnto ^ HIDDEN TIME st/Mora %  h. ordercf] ail public clock* %  Reaaoii.-*%.nrti.'j< %  %  %  %  not be pre %  %  put them out i,' %  -1 lUXBOOweeJui 'wo daye. A nieas< I thjj jftcrnuon asked (• %  m of Ihe loading rien'uit.. of UM which %  eather. Km' ta. the capturr i to be ntu< rf.-u.i recwv 1 todny %  Hrvni In he I 1 •l treadoni %  %  %  %  • eineari. '* aewle waitoti f ur th Kii"ws of hts famUy. Tel^ ASM* recorded Uie aeaib' %  • %  'Itiard *yoro tile %  '" %  .-..In l the thrr* UMir osd *l>ie starlet ueirornvi %  toe velvet '.all. iiean spokesnv%  %  ilO|pii %  French ChiH WU1 Report To Cabinet On Indo-Chitm A the grai bass bell of B., asMDi elock U ii*. t .e > nfHia fi'nm tin: II dooif wrrt Aung pa i. -nd thr Itoyal pn* :MO view slowly .IOW-I>l QnaL It! i and Australlo" i :.mca The \**s IK I %  epc. -ted %  ursW Pajtchw rui.t %  new H %  Yalu River oppirnirlan port of Anii Dlvisl-' up ihe' report* the cOa>i %  i l>r*sldint Trohe Mndenrtootl 5ooth K< %  %  would %  -!.... \ I. Mancr.': tta mad*(vntral til Kiy ier First mm Seen Becomes New Mayor OF PYONGYANG B* RON VI. 1) lltll NU UR PVf26 %  %  %  Mm in ; That \. Chung !> 1 %  %  %  "<* XI14I men.!er* wen %  %  istttTi. The rtihkecltlft u< | %  %  %  %  %  %  %  %  Vang'* i-jti *...i' | %  a %  %  %  %  . . pyol Inet minute %  %  %  %  rva • eti of pyongyaiut wer %  South K .. ... J "preaeure of work" • %  %  : %  %  %  %  %  >. ine %  %  Hr niadcj offii*erii .urtfikeil xgMnat It. %  .. %  rt. | IhWi lke.1 Ptinecas RHMbe!. :-'-;ve Marifurf. iier aastar. %  .11* Quev li* a que. —Heater 1 Korean I :ance'i ,,: '' tn a MM the Anthem %  ner an . r MM f with thai *er Qua* %  %  %  U t Nun Administration. J. L. M.MIIIH rim Atterney General: Administrator General. Crown Solicitor A. 1. W. ROBERTSON. PtsuuiclaJ SeereUry: Accountant General. The new Mlnisto-^ took over on Thursday morning.—(C.P.) OVER 100,000 GERMANS STILL IMPRISONED IN RUSSIA j ... „ BONN, Oct. 26. A crowded Weat German Bundestag to-day stood to approve the declaration by Chancellor Adenauer 'deploring the fact that hundreds of thousands of former soldiers pnd depcrte.1 worncr j.nd children are .still I kept prisoners in Russia." The Bundestag'-, special M was attended by almost ..II II*C members of Government and Opposition parties except the Communist party. "The fate of former German soldiers and deported German women and children Ru*ta is frightful" he said have carefully gone through all mat-rial and have come to the COnclueion that sev '-undred thousands of Ge. a Mill being detained ir ntry." %  Jamaica Delegation For Washington Will Discuss Emigration • Tr wm open neotU-Church and civir personanTeJamaica Police Charged With Mistreating Prisoners KINGSTON, Jamaica. Oct. 23 Following charges tn the House of Representative!, that police savagely mistreat prisoners In custody, some cases resulting in C nnanent •tisliguiemenl and ence dealh. tlie AcUn^ Governor mianon M. U i*peaceful settlement. ARTIE'S HEADLINE Canada, U.S. Join In Defence Production WASHINGTON, Oct. M Canada and the United States agreed to-day on u *i*-point programme o' co-operation in pmduction fof defence The State Departmeci announced here air war time agreement. it provides for exchsngine of technical knowledge and for a coordinated system of controls over the distribution of scarce raw materials and supplies The State Isepskrtment ana) thai this under-tandlng "wltl increase our industrial mobilise lion potential and will enable us to prepare ourselves for anv military emergencies which may arise" —Renter. day He addel. 'although peoples vary in race, language and tradition, the spirit of ou I 1 .i llameiitary system permeate. every Legislative Assembly In th Mltti' Ma piayud that all who scrvM 1 tn the New Chamber would be an lltgpsffgliQII and example lo a II tougl. %  ul the world "at a tim -ir way of life wa l... dank counsel* i.i.itetialiMii .Hid tyranny." Ijiter In' the day the Kin[endfld Ihe present -rssion of Pat tJLimciU with a lormal speech gfapai-ed for him by the Oovi n must and reviewing its work nve few months. The new session of Parllameiti %  ill be opened on Tuesday wher the King will deUvei jrorlalnlng the Governments pr<> gogramms of b i Opening Hour About ISO tasenbci* swarmcc mto the.r flrat real "House" fot 10 years as Britain'* most famous clock Big Ben — boomed IIi" openksg hour. Some of then had wanVc! uutside the door nine before dawn. The new House is the Commons' fourth home in 100 yeu: Combining tnulltion wiUi modern. convenience it replaces the 'destroyed by bombs on May 10 ."41 in one of London-or--: sir raids of the second World War The archway over the door of in new chamber — Churchill Arata is made from the wreck-ir Of an old house which wi. d by German bombs Ii y-iy 1M1. For nine ys | Commons have been meeting •< lh< House of Lords Chamber. while the Lords have be* ing in the King's robing rt 'it Speakers and member ("mmonwealth legislatures have i.ially to London for aMsaps historic earemony Fir*t member to enter Ihe new House was Stephen Mt • On Page 3 the border to prevent any .ncldents with Chinese Communlnts farces on thr Manchurlan side. yesterday an army spokesman, in Korea said they knew of no BSjgn ordera to halt their advance -Heater Denmark's Government Resigns I 'IPENHAGEN. Oct. 2fl ll.o %  l-rme Mmrln Han lledtoft whose Sodalisi Uovcri. uned early to-day hif asknl the King to invite Opposi tion panics to form a new gov ernment Earlier lledtoft h.. hanrii.i in the resignation of hi government to King Frederic | defeated In Psrlianren bj one rota The question was ih cotitinuiiig domestic ration of bul TiniMvcrnmenl which hel i N seals of the 1S1 in the Lowei House had contended that much butter as possible shoui I B*) set aside for exports. 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FUDAY, OCTOBKK , ISW BARBADOS AIMTOCAIR PACE taws Snappers Defeat SwordCish King Opens Cognitions %  •• %  Bwfei1 %  •v.' while BlUy afaiining and, George MtidAn %  cnre r l one each fea tu*l .. %  .. i.-r. UM c the r!v *tfrr Ui U SiiHppcrv 1 Stvurttfish This wu one at th* moil thrill ttm of the "PO!. k wasfast and lor the T.nt five mluuu\> looked like i a-ine. (n*ieed. Swurdilth were like first ! %  tajorlty %  wervativa ii'iiw • % %  ."' %  \iI -le nrl ye*, enduring reioUonsi Scotland Yard Prepares for Festival Criminals LONDON Police offlaata a> Scotland fully prepared to deal %  II over Europe PTCM to a vadr thw country neglleh Taa Pr.;rtd-c1 the AiurtrBHan Prov.tsl Court Care had a-iked rui if he would make a statemecH. Twenty-foux year old Weaver ialc*daV. ,\a guilty to luVcaUy. entering Japen. IteejUug ~" aajonrnot until Monday. Au-tt-^iian clthtenahip rights w naew name TMMObinoj OtakSi Kitagnwa. 'ijOT J Smalthas applied to a Jpivx: jfT)da--lt un whether Vtauot would !< %  Mtrtitf lapaiMsi QattouajHa-. Mind Supreme Command haa rrjocuaj Weatvej'ii apfj!'.twin. %  *>ver W*s .lls..hhi B#it fi^-m n ITdbruary 194*. Thi* weeks ag-i for the alxtti time in two yeitrs he smujigled hln.tvlf loU> Jai*.i nuurled whlfi wiUi oc**upoi> ttxeev He WH rrctcbcr IS. ^pectacaUr Sat,. %  was Swonlrisl) a turn 'o CJOC*IV wlucb wae taken by incfl, who was close in. reoefvad the paaa whit-und bard In a jl-ali he alappou tha netd to optn tlia *corinu lot )U team. It was a tpwucular shot. Tnc score .5 unihanned at half unit. cand half thai Swordltth bagan making iiiltalica. Ttiaic rorwards playco too d*renv.-.y ^tnl Snappac. tooK the opportinuiy of bilnglng fotIT lurwarua Into tinatUrk a.% OM Swordtish centre-torwartl repoati wad the Siiappeia' tenUf hade Into his own gc*l area. Manning *tM in goal DiDnltcr two from close range and thla was ToUowad aim-' •.'lately by one frooi skipper George MacLean w h through and *corod frt eight yard* from tJio i Snapper? kejt up their ptesture and goallu-eper Albeit WMOMthead backed up wall by Oeraro Jordan and Muurkt Pltigarald, anveil many certalntlw. Snappers ware definitely the better team and shortly betore the cod of play Kenneth Inve again r-cored in fine style About ore imnuto before the end of (Be game however tiie Snap;er was adjudged offMue and had to leave the valor. Swordflsh with ui. extra man. attempted a la* dej,erata move to acor* hut time nil 4gairt5t Ita | vhUtte went be/or.' uV buck <"uld diMrlbutc thu bH U .' %  arda. The teamn war*. Siuaaeni A. Taylor, c Ittfl Lin, O. Mc Lean tCjpll I. 11 Manning, F. Manning jnu Ki (MV .•.wardn*h A Wi-aUterhead. (Car*) M J.wdan, o luiui i ium m mm aj i mu um ii %  aenxlhlv and unUaakaulv aiaoclntloo". Uberal leader Cleinent Davle-. •akl thai the Common wealth farnrew tironger as a member nations ((rew i Mr. Kussoll PUna Fo Co Down 1.1 !n River Ou %  %  %  ^ %  pn *w > wo yam %  : ...at unt-.. %  ulinKfv %  .tUvtcii. wt^j k aa toet^v drwuTA-U -'.^ &f 1 i-lj-iou % %  iMM. aboui ui( t, | Cn (*aaful lie eufta ,t uA] bo a BrotoO'pe fo. b rw j, h rtv i#% %  m do.-uunt Vm AM EiHbtim With uiu na hopa u> „ an expedition u. 0 d*e of the ao-fa niyuw A a cxaUanaotsatd •'* Uv uaa'j drownad BM Abjatt* He M k-oaVftaHew PUtntt Will Change History Of Brilain tjom i ii bei htstorurxt year wh*f4 kga. g aaato u i n e aa t ^li.n tfeaaaaaa] AJWK... • %  %  all. VJet-i% %  MB bt opanad by Mi imaniaxy Sacrr%  m -intl Country Planning The aaaoe**Uori % .: To-da, 1 va HI .,i a tur-niiuj point au OM* ;m.l country planning nation C Ufe In 1M1 a aaiwa t dWv itam 'Mil provwia a vork '"i %  have a atsuiui tia-tib (" WliC'l U l-ord Silkin Tfttare CouW Holds Up AntURed BUI MJSLI30URNE, Oct. 25 '.r-liJ.il High Court hai baaan taa fefieral Govriuneut> new auti-communlst legislation. Jtiatlce Sir Owen ntxou to-day extendod for an Indefinite yailod the interim Injunction granted or OctKiM*r 21 agatofct Important sections of the ActHo refuted tha hppUcailOD by the Australian Communist party boy* and number ftf Communist oontivtlcd uti.onii for an injunction w m be jcept on hotels to protect ffal. 11.1 1 JULkl li H i II i Pho'ograpb* aud Jewriptions of each man. plus dcUi'ls vf hit typo of fraud, are being ei thmiajout BntaUi. Ston every plain -clothes detactiva and policeman on the beat V.111 be familiar with the naxk set of foreign frfcei '.n the rogue* Tno, Internatiofial Police Commission has helped ftcotliuvi Tard vith ibi preparations. From its Pan. headquarter* doJalls of criminate of mdea than 30 ein. Vrtas are circulated by radio. Than* movements are noted and brrvadcas' too. Sci far no dlng the court's decision '* and don't*, u"d all the fisherman working like galley %  "Wg Isabeva that uncling is a %  port for a man who likes a enoote there were no puxehasaa to be mao>. Ha added that It was quite fortunate (or American export trade thai the Canadian asautr had become on par with theirs. This meant that Americans who have beenbuying Canadian goods (though the coasponding articlen A* ere rruiiiufac T ued in the United MUWUILn lULUI'lUfl M, Weaver suivtop in Japan aud had npaaMdl> insisted that the flnal decision lay wK eral MacArthuf? HeaduiitirtrrN —Renter itefri'i a**a*tc*a 'i 'tnt icomniuen of Attanrai. W PI — %  %  '~: %  Warspite Neon End r^riU a 1 Minister, Sajr cha>tma:i De\elouir.e'r. Of %  %  tha Coipov.", Q %  %  • fen-iiv— liWefrlf • %  enler oirsi'i' >t U *i %  JllU.JU'lll %  .•n.si :'-(•'. an the uwcfi a r I Mousing and Tov-n PUirunngw will sutipceeil *o be the toprf .\ on: 'What >h..iil.l wa plan i J | DUNLOP FORT CAR TYRES and •~tTaaev'whaB • ^eaw • SUteao/Arnai calwUl now turn to make their pjrchAaaf at home POLISH CONSUL RESIGNS IXDNDON, Oct. 2. Polish acting Consul General In London, Zygwiunt Schilebcr, has resigned and applied for asylum as a pollti-.ul refugee, a Foreign Office spokesman soruiuncad today. The spokesman aaid that hit application was undai ^-onatileraiiiiiiTfie Jcfaettffn •* Scbfiebei U Uie rlfth resignation from the Polish Em baas y diplomatic irus...udon ft" politioal reasons at as nuuv months. A PoUah Bmbaj9<'> PORT-OF-SPAIW, Oct. 29 Mr. Jose da afortlbnin, director of GrtU and Company, sold al Piarro Airport thftt the Trinidad Government may have to pay more money In the way of subsidies for Caaadian Hour owins to the revaluation of the Canadian dollar, 'The prices will go up about 10 per cent on the landeJ import cost" he said. He has been warned that tha prices of condensed milk would be Increased all over the world because of tha increased price* in *ur>>f *nd tinplate. m _. I-ONDOBC. | Warspite, the Navy', "-rand aW XAdy %  who ha, been ooelgloa !" "hlptuer-ker"! ynrd i'or the toat five years, has reached (he list chapter tn her SB va*r? tama Mount's Bay, Cornwall Tilere the SlXOO-lon haltleenip Will ser\e tha nation for aba laat tune—by providing; thousands of tons of top-grade staef for British Industry. •ewhtnua'a active service endfrf hi 1M9. when she was taken to Portemouth to have her gun mountings hoisted off Fn Is47. towed by two tugs, ehe set off acain—bound for a ship-breaking ya,^ 'r. the Clyde. But, caught in a 0 m.p.h gale, site breke away and wem aground off Prussia Cove, Cornwall. C300 A Week For three years, night and day attempts were mada to salvage bar. To the Bristol s.-rap metal flnn who bought her, she con up to 8300 a week in wages bills. To a workmau, 24-year-old John UcQuasrle, her price was death; he was killed in an explosion on board last March. She was finally refloated in Juiy. But oar trouble* ware "r & Maw was dkicovared In her boiler room and .(jiwund unco ns*r. ( Now the Uilp who served Britain In 'wo wars is near her end. —UB-8 yOUNGSi F,RS. awdttt growauaa. roiiM m;ike sure of Inzer CaainU i'laytina;, and %  this young lady bat (wind the way tq enjoy both' Andrew, is an csciiuut •'ftzrydriox mtefa bringi Wr C/caaimtss by cleaning ihc mouib, settling tha stomach, and nww* up the liver. FsBglly, it genily cfeani the bowels. As a refrcsJuhg drink u any lima tifitar div, thc one teaspooafu) of Andrews In a glass of water. More impottaui uBt, don't forget your Andrew* *!•• you wake In the morning DlSTWWtORS llhOWDlNG ESTATES & THAWNti CO., LTD. (ICKSrCIN BROS} ANDREWS UVHSAIT THE IDEAL FORM OF LAXATIVE Hiousands Atttnd Indian fvstiW iFTbA Oat Own Qone^potuf"! 1 poRT-oF-spAm, Oct. n I bMM auael <,f paTtsatu tlwaaayssi the streets of St. Jamas, Porl-ofBpain's Indian town, to Join In tha celebration of Hosea. Parades end processions leading the tajahs accompanied by the beating of drums and the puylng of the tka (an Indian street dancer ..jg brought to a clow laat night, -ban tba talahs were dump*.! into -mm BLUNDELt'S PREPARED HI H n 1 Of if ... rvqlorcs h"J(h, yon Ii tisjxl sdJhB 1 •PRAT twpriaa Aaliag thet yea'ie uw -cat, **net ng a ft'toy loaaw WnA' tmtan *M^ ]"•' hsaa ua.ni MM svach oat at jawrasaf. Your boJr it ahart of two awnul iUa i fc T *ag feods a *uTaew aaJ prowa. Thuaaa itran gth a i iaal Ta aw yea right, rou uesd a ceone of 'asDaMfaa' Mm Tentc Food. *&ir.j\ •fctorasd into your ivfcavlUy •* iijy nlonv*ut^ htalib, >ud| and aaaliiy Bow Uuouib owr *tn'i-I year #•" %  aad Mlf^cnlUsnca come eaakl start aa a uwrs of f '. On %  !• • good nlW atd aVaggfies ysntt: ro.vie tuou ,' %  STRO.VC • NOURiSHINC • SATISFYING William younoar:* MILK STOUT HOUSE cr BUSINESS PREMISES WITH HOLLOW CONCRETE BLOCKS MADE BY CONCRETE PRODUCTS CO. Thso Blocks are STRONG. EVE RIA STING and ECONOMICAL Send your orders direct to Factory at Lodge Hill, St Michael — Telephone 2798. OJ DISTRIBUTORS:T. HERBERT Ltd. Lumber Dept. Magazine Lane, Telephone 4367. i J WHAT ABOUT YOUR EXHIBITION SUIT 9 e Call in To-day and select some of the finest TWEEDS, WORSTEDS. SERGES, etc e II f GUARANTEE YBV A PERFECT FIT. &f Wm. I


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FRIIIAY. OCTOBER 27, IMP CLASSIFIED ADS. Gov,.T ri e 8 T o mcpoN£ Muzzle Butlrr Party Claim Buttenlei BARBADOS ADVOCATE PACE SEVEN DIM) IM III II NOTICES -HSU'IUM %  Stair a Hiitdaburv Boad. **l. IsMt iMa-M llrr Lit. What* Mr Ula IMMMPTI orlk in. fon lor Wmttiti Cam-rv md invlt*d War-i -a Yorki. Da Tudor r It FOB Ba%EJ m ALTOAIOTIVK CA~On* T r i m Fort ear W H P lW maS al N*w tryra. mite*** IJ.. ill*nt vwidlllon Anpl> Koarrl Kins hir* Sprtna. Ill Tr>nm_t Nona rruitful Htll Howl laadlna; W C* (.mil in ih* parun af Si Jowpd ck>M until furthar nolle*. .! %  > Cora... BE Bttf stW*BM M .Ba*BftBB*S, cla-a* until furth*r nolle* Th*a* rua Uvr bom .a* >. %  Cyllndor Ch*vra..NOTICE la htnOy alvan thai II It I of th* V— B| •>( the pariah ol Saint Mich**l tu cauaa 10 b* Intro-tut ad i> Ho...* of Aoambly of Ihka laland a B authoriuno iha aald Vaatn to ian loan not ; %  !.1* CXMO to rarl t i"""-"v. oa> to ta.ua I ontBioroca m %  aafalialiad Maff ol I f£J >p,, XT lu SO I f 1 CAR lord Prater t 10 II I' Oooa iTJat miloa. Apply: Harold WaaiharMM C/o Inin Waatharhead Lid I II ( IRK Al, nxnUOKIIATOII—CeM-pot H.frL**ralor C c loo* in working order, son la wan at Brentrr. Trolman Co HIT HPM M 10 t Sn MlSCtl.LANKOL'N Apple* Hal 411 l> S In (-IIUJ1IIE.N 1 |l M -ai-h 9 DROAm IIAIN COATS In PI i* H- S3 M AY DREAR SHOP CBATEB ONIOHH B l>*laa Chou-o PoUtoaa Harold 1-nivr.t" CO ItM at lift, 1) 10 Id—Sn HAND EMBROIDERY | COM* to Qunn'i Park Houa* and a** th* ARTS CRAFTS Eahltrltlon ol Kmbroldat? %  % % %  %  Manta* OataWr U U Bat a rear Oaf bar tl Inrla.l.. f.aa. | a.a. U Ml p.a. dally AdMlaakta SS. Antrim for aakt and Urdeia la Ken tl MM—4*. iIAXK.1— Fathsr XmiMaak'. M.,nkr ra Maaka. Diving Maaka. Mlckr' mat Baloon.. only a Limited Quar.tlU %  hee* Stanway Star*. I..10 Straat SB 10 90 -Sn i \a PrUDMUIbK COOKERS Lara* and — rtav* ihjrn John F Hutaon IT M SO--In WINDOW*. AND DOOM—At loaf Many prop.* ar* barvefUlns by a .artiwlloei of HI on Iha aoal of thatr window. and doon bull) by L a |l Mlllare* up-io-v*.-.!* Machlnrd Wood Worka Dial tltl, I. A II MilW. B**d 5Mr**4. City 17 !tf M Si. TTBICBS—(ton Twhundrtd Pnp> la. Tlarcaa Can bo aaen at tha Hobana' Manufacturing. Co. Ltd Oovrn.manl 1(111 M ro SO—4n F^t 1 : STOWf Ina almantt th* flrat to b* rapald In IfdB and tha rainalndi In rejual annual InataUnanU or CSM ... Uwa month of Dacombar with Intnaat at ft pa* c*nt UD par annum out „ th* ralan of th* aald pariah until paid C RBDMAN. Clarh. m Mlchaal-i V*atr< M %  •.M—Sn NOTICE %  H HlfUV GIVEN thai |( >. .M Inlcniion of tha Vaatry of |h* partH of 81 Lucy In thla lalajul lo caual t^ ba Introdurad into th* L*gi*i>Uin of Ihla UUnd a Rill fat axnand Jit fa^T* hSTj lB *' b *< "" * AC ltd* H"aa-i aulhortilng (ha lid Vaatry. If !!* ah-il think It Ttataai M OrtobV CAHRDfOTON 41 SBALY •ollrllor. for th* Vaati, of lha pariah of Saint Lucy in thlt laland NOTICE PABIM OP BT PETER rpplleaUona ara tnvi(*d for 0>i omr* of Parochial Maoici) offltwi for tha Pariah of Bt Patrr A[pllcanla mual ba reglilannl Mad: cai prartliioner*. Salary I* (M0 M par month plui 00 90 for th* V D C'lnw i Th* appointment anil taka plac from Mth March IM1 3 Application! atatlnf a|e and qualification! afar, murt ba forwardad •o U"* undaraianad by January For furthar panic 11 Ian apply to ina undaralcnad al tha ofne. du_ na#:T'IHOI from 10 00 am. to 3 00 from 10 c a roKBiN Vaatry Clark, SI Patar ai 10.SO— Itn BUNOAI-OW-Nawly hulM atana Ea." catow at Uayrtlta Baad. eaanar of Oin.1 Oap. APV: r>cr*T. OlMi Gap. or TalaohoiM '111 n •>H NOTICE •WJC la haraby notlAad If imbac I at th* admkalun -i.-aru an Haatlup. Hu~, 1 paaw* uanaad of .! %  pane* '. %  >• U--I ""i.e.. Pa, tha *mfnf|-a liocki C'ta* M :r* i, Gap BRAMBlJTl* Wat-rfard Mtehaal IVon Nnvamoar HL IUIIV fumiUvon rraldarxa Par DarucuUra ttm %  tni a* IB.Wi.f.ni OLBKDALB--Uopar Whita J-atk. con. talm ) fladroi .-<>. Drawhut. aitu IMiitnr, Rnorrai ate alto Gnr*|> Kent BK par inomh AanUabl* ivi No*m*>*r Arpiy on praouwa tB 10 Ka-%  >. riKLD -On Crane Coaal F-illv rurtitihed Prom Dacambaa. Phon* BBBft, Mr,. A D. Hart-rt SB. 10 M-n ~KlioMCrUXY--*no, from >.-.! Io"i>an Pl).i^ 3M0. ST.Id B-un. "mm One ip-cn.uvfnf* iltua'rO in Marhlli Sirvat wp^.:u D M Slmt-.-n Co Apyry W B lll-hliiati in Co Otal MM B H ro' %  TRTJ^WNY-On naahngi MUh Bo*d. 3 badroama **Gt< with man Ina* walar tt*ial puhUc ni.r. Phon* 3MI PI.!• 6In I'FH.SO.'SAL Tho oublU ara Haraby aramad Miann *Jvm* rraalU la any poraoi, or praaona **omaoavaY. In tn.. ruuna * 1 do no* hold tr..*m raaponalb> for anyotir eo trcctlnaj any dabl or daartv In B nai unlaai by a wrlltan onio* ^ttftH-d oy n. •taxi K13*PTON QrOTAVB*. B lrtchtoi>. !)1*ck Beck NOTICE ALL necounu and Hill* DadkU Plantation Parana aa ".mi" ikt •arawall Pliiitatlii WAITED HKl.r" JlINIOfc B-MJ3.MAN Mu.l hav. %  n ljc.niAi.1,1pi I. La] .9p.a VCrtrNG WOMANAafa l*--al k7 hataclf Baii-raJly narful In tha •'4*p . ood Waco*. Mine *** vciUM; MAN OR COVPLE IntaraMTd it h-ital drvnloprnrnt (bul c-bportiniHy :r.Mittkr parann Haply PO Boa Elt n ic M Bh MISCKi,LANEOUS HAHHrjts ci'AiR tn Good Order Rila-ntly 0,1,1 of Hapalr C FlCfrapolnta. Stanaray 8or, Locaa St Dial JfL %  ' P*-*I BOXEK — All kind, of Car4 Uoaid I Boa> Whrr than corruaa'4 card. i %  Vpny Ad.cola Blndbaj Dapt. Bt.ll.M-1 t.a. Ml-hwi 3d 10. to—tn. PIRIH SA3.KS Ladjea fa GnntlorrMni to know that ** n>ah* all tvpa> of UArUOfrfTS at raaan. ak-la pr'c-i l..ijf.n r*u,.H, Tailur A O GALL •> CO.. Coniar Pw lload, Ulaf JIM 3: %  ) so -?n AUCTION WDCR THE IVORY HAMMER •rioalvaal 1 will MB r> i.l, .' Maaara Pta*> taUani Maf.,~~ HOT." oppaflM Majaara. r oia ^., , Ba*. Dark C^alalBuRar BDfOBR TIBEAJiCB MAOflM. 'r. snnal uotalNraR, Paon* 3HT0 or ?fl IT • in I CIRCltAS \TNCTNT anirriTH Auc'ioaaar RKAL ESTATE -kCON MID*' altuata M Shi llail naai Yacht Cluh, Vpuar Bay SI -iandna on 7.M* aquara fact of Mnd The honaa contntna '.pan apllari. Vln. d-awin ar-1 dlnln* room*, two a:tcrwtarta and mual il om raom awl i.r^ca In )M InapocHci" avanr day laawcpt BuodA*' t*t.**n 4 and S P m err to* appdlntn.ant. dial SfOt Tha abo*a> will be ml up fur tiaM at public cotnpat'tlnn al our offbra '*> Luaai Si on Pno al 1 p.tn. rARHINOTOM ft 4PA1.Y ftoUrWofl By I*. J p I •n VtcTi.V BM % %  .•rl 1 Mi"u"J ConiluUon Road •* %  I'Jiltd twniaa on rlht I'ami %  •Jnf tbr. Par* laavlii, Brld Cootprlatrj qpaii Varon* U an" Dlnlnc roo.--* t*n Bad.-ooeoa; Kuehan, Toilal Oah." Draartna and Dtnine : OK Kui' out oftV-c. rr i\artha part'ciiJbra and Conditlona at Pal* App!> t: nVTCTTtrlSON A BANPIELD Jamai Bt :: iu v —*. wmrr OTUITO BBnrfBaW I IMTTY-D BAMIADOB '! %  •• %  ifru conroiATtoN LTD. • Kl „ ItARBADOS CO"*Pi TiVKCOTTOW PAr-TOJtV a %  •nMlltlnn : |h* rc'ii. ur,darian*d on I';da> w \ \t* "T day il M I p.m. CABfaCfaTOK *• KKAI-Y, Iuca> Straai ; %  %  %  Thr-Muri-.ni*. oi '.. icr* .rf Ut arhft %  at ITann> Brl .! plcl-fly dcalru.ved tw firn Tundny. ITU] October, IS JoncB Land. lilach Rock, — -—_3t Mlf-hui. 9. tM i... PEAS FKIENKS & PATEOrTB, Yuu mujt hav heard that LOWER Laundry WEE comire im 1930. I ra.net that the IOBC incurred tn clothing and eqiUpmenl is fr twyonri my caaectty to pay. and I now mfc yr>ur sympathy. I shall tie reltiniinff to l)iijitf-iH u aion n flip murNnerY which Is rxtenalvely damaaed can be repaired, and al ur^twnt I am wtrfhin At the Mbovo addrcsa. Yours respectfully, RALPH 0 LOWF. 14.10-W-to. IPYOTO Our Own Corrnpondmi PORT-OF-SPAIN. Oct. 23. The Butlerite party is indignant over the results of the election to the Executive Council Patty members claim thai the affair was planned by the Government in order to "rr.uule the Butler Party" They claim that within the next two years tnat there was bound to be another gtneral election when the Party would then have control of the Government Party members are busy dOBfEaBBj the effects of the OoVBfTVor'i speech on the party's policy. The main topic 11 the questim "Illation uf the oil and sujtar Industries, rue of the main plank* "f the Part> They claim that Govtrnmcnts statement I not conskt Nil with the Bntisn Labour Party's policy in tbfl tJi I cd Kingdom. They inland tc conununtcate with Mr. Clement A.Uev tc clear up the statement which they said was "m and affatnst Lubour Party Policy.'' MA1K NOTICES MAILS for SI Lucia by th* Sch Unllad Pllfrun will ba cloaad at lha Oanaral Poat OfBra aa undar:Pareal Mail al p m on lha ITUl OWaBBM HBE Eraixnad Mall al 10 a m on tha El Octobar IBM Ordinary Mail at 10 It am on law Parcel Mail at 4 00 p m on IM I Octobar. ISM Regutrrrd Mall al Mam on Ihi M Octobar: IBM Ordinary Mall at 10 IS a m. on tbi 21 October. IBM kAILA lor Vlnaant. Grenada Trinidad and Bnllah Guuina by th* S Lady Bodnay will b* rOaad al th. Ueneral Poat Offlca aa under: Psrcet and Rr|Ht*red Mall* HI* p m on the ITth Octobar HBO Ordinary Mall at 3 00 p m on I he T HARBOUR LOG la Carlisle Bay * LurlUa M Smith, farri BananwaC Gordon. Bat> cm E Bmllh. Sch Bufana D Sch Kvardana. Bah Mary B Caraaaaa. M V %  pa hmvaa S I'Miad Harrlat Waitia., It Vanaluitmsin SHIPPING NOTICES AEStVALB tap* Aahton. from El Vlneonl M V Monaka. 10B ton. o*t. Cawt. %  ' %  '" from Domuuoa B S Oaarulv. 1IM tona net. Cap) A-*le.aan from N*w Ort-ana Bfch ldalpha. SB ton* not. CaM Gumka. from fft. I.uef. BBPABTlEEw Scnoonar EmMiaa. Tl taata net. Cap! i. l-k for p.ituh Oulana • a Tapti. 4ll loo. nat Capt COP*., par Tnmii Alcoa Paawaui. S.ESi Mma nai for Hallfaa .' p, M ..a ROYAL NETHERLANDS STEAMSHIP CO. ill IM. FBOM AMTwaar AXBTBBBAJB "a 1 "DELFT nth Slat Oasottae A Vaaaat EMI,. Octobar tot Novambar 'II IM. PBOM AMBTBBSIAJB • DOVER a> • fRANJEBTAD lOU. BwaamIAIAIM, to lawia*! iiIBIOITOWH. aa < ituu-nJAMU) O w l abac. 4,a iniTTicA" Mu> Qatobajr. 8AILLSU TO TUMBAB AND M ASACA1BO CfTT m 1 II EH* M*h Octobar •4II.IM1 TO MABBIBA. I-1.TMOUTB. ANT WEEP AJTB AMBTEBBABI 11 t -OnANJEbTAD" BRh Octabar • P HI aauN IO ia. LTB x.rv-r Moaaka" wu: will aceapt for St Lucia. Granada and Aruba Data of depart urwill b* n-tiaad. M.V. "Can! Carpa sad Pa ._ ntea. Antlfua. Moataamt NavU and Bt KltPJ will aaaaal ,ra f9d>d a a J a>a>a>a^ Ol II IIAIUIW \KI SI Mill at m and It Ktltfll ( K STREXT arfifi BW rimm*d tor >#€ A-l 1J# \Y, n i>it MONDAY A Tl'ESDAV 30th and list OCTOBBBHI B will be re-opaming on WEDNBHDAT IM November. Will our CuabonMi and the general public please arungc business according I. HKKlilltI Ltd. it at 11 Roftbuck Streei NEWS FROM FOGAJRTY'S Seawell Canadian National Steamships WILLIAM FOGARTT LIMITBP ARRIVALS By B W I A |. PrBM TRINIDAII Carman BUekman Ken Glrllnat. O'Qutnn Robanaoi: Joh 1 Sutlon. Jean Forh*.. Oabrlcll* Cole g_ %  *** %  CW*. Bos*r Mclntlir. Scoasa pirr^!"^ G h m %  -••'.. B| 11 u I 1 VSfS? >? 1 Ck a-WBrt. M-> S.ew.,1 Arnold Kalahall. Fll, Ketatiall Chr|.. lophar Kalahall. Ilrrn-n Boo., C-mlBoo.. rma Mannall Una Malihall t, T M.**?*" 11, lJM '''•nor. Joaeph Slanlont L*ljnd H>d*i Por ANTIGUA Uns Vaaqua* V*tr BUM —1. *•" fbe ST LW|A D Fn. GUADELOUPE For NT KtTTM Kami* TBi K ELECTRICAL ITEMS Khonn Blectrlc atovva a %  nd warming Irao Ctaaaan asJua %  11. PUtea Keltic, Iron. Deak lampHaaUna PM, „ 1M| ,,.,. VM ^ IW>lieiier. MK>.'aaaMlj ORIENTAL I GOODS! \.ll,i,l,., I CLROIS. JKWrLLEHY. I SII.KS (Se H.N. Euol)| TII.WIS I I'r. WEE. Hry. SL DIAL 14MI SOI TNBOl'ND l^UV MODNBT CANADIAN cmirtaaB LADY NELBOM CANADIAN CONBTRUCTOK CANADIAN CIIAlJJDNOBBt LAV milSNEV LAI'Y NBLBON LADY "" LADY Salla Mont ma 1 U Ocl a Oat Italia Baili An IH Ball! Halifax Boatan Barbadoa Laioadoa IS Oat II Ort aa oat BJ Ocl r? oct t Hav. 1 Nov 4 Hav la Nav a Nav B N*v 11 No* B Nwi It No* %  Dae I Doc 1 Dae a Dae IS Dae II Dar n Dm. 1 Dsa M Dae SDae > Jan Sk Jan 1ADV BODNTY I^IIY MJSOH IJ^DY ROONTV IADV NDLSON I^DY RODNTY l^DY NSEBON Arrlvaa kUib^a,.. S Nav %  I Nov M Na* IT Dae. 1 JftB 11 Pab. IT Fab FURNITURE! ^;_ .._ Iii*' c-w -,* Easy o.t J-Br ruw BI NOW NBW BBS iiaw*d VAH %  nd othar Wardobaa. Dr aa a u r lobaa, rhaata of-draa,era and Llnan PTiaiii Vanliara. Il l aa Un a Tablaa. Slaoai, Scr^an Frame*. Stn|to and Doubl* Badataad>. B*p*rat Bid* PJII1-alf. Dtnlnf. KHehe-i nu\ Pi.nev T,biaa, S*lf-wa7d BM up. mini, Blbrhen anrt Bnlrnum CablriAbi Larder*. Wafbaon*. BlWEtM MarriA Tali -na Kuah Bultaa and aaparale pi*,— Hrrtkhand Eaaechair.'. S3 up -Chaval and ;:fe... ';:"£":,:;. ,.,.,:;,'V.',S Rnok-ack., IVWi wnh aloof or Plat Topt. L. S.WILSON TraEatsar Strarl Dla, J0 awMBfst.1 Eltwftt* Bef->re Buying or SelUn ;>%  ;.. C-iiar. ?!.*>*; 1 Pay to sets JOHN hi. KLAHIPN Phone 464') Plantations nuikiinff GARDINER AUSTIN AV W.. LTD. A-nnU. III:. GLE. TIIAl^SATIaAlVn^lJe FrtKich Una SS COLOMBIK" SS "(.'OLOMBIB'* SaUing to Trinidad and La Oualra on tha 2oth October lB&O, accepting pasaengera. Sailing to Plymouth and La Havre via Martinique and Guadeloupe on the Wth October. 1950. R M. Tor furthei JONES particulars, apply to:— & CO. LTD.-Agents. (OMPAGNE GENEIALE TRANSATLANT1QUE NOTICE No Visitors wiU bv sllotvec" w board S 3. "CulA'A-wlr, 1 Sunday. 28th October, except by invitation or paaa iwued • our OfTlce. R. M. JONES & COMPANY, LIMITED. Announce* Ike arrival of — SMARTLY TAILORED LINKS DRESSES In Plain and Floral pallerni QUALITY and Cut leave nothing to be desired at the amazingly cheap price of tlO.OO each ARTIFICIAL SPRAYS AND DRESS UNISHES a Beautiful aaaartment and various Price. PLAIN LEGHORN HATS @ it.lt. SMI, ti.lt __ and $4.70 each LEGHORN HATS WITH LACE BRIMS ft. M.*3 each Please enquire early al — KOI. ARTY'S Cor Values thai ara easily the heat anywhere. M OBS', aa f. '///^////^//W/,w.'.v.v,',w,-,/,/,v, BARBADOS ELECTRIC SUPPLY (OKPORAHON LTD. NOTICE EVER SEEN WOOD ANTS AT WORK? It yoq flou't want to. Bp ftdvls* yam to proteet FftBUT A'OOttwnrfc with "ATLAS WOO I'HKMKKVATIVE THK f*V#.lf. EMJPOMtVM (Csatral roaaary Lid., — Prajn-arters). .Sir. of Bmut uia To4 HtraeU Aa lli* „s..narrl*rs aave S.. U .1 atel npUrs U ass ml aar Kafhw, r.n aa lo> *r l>iSclaraa, Use l^aanianr bj at •saMaamcr Baala pai UiB OaaeraUa. IM (• W.| aat HH r. da i ta at ataaaw Plaal aaal arallaMs as a resell, sssr laa It sslar-ala aarlna aas aaal Urn auaAa *J laM u Our Coasaawts are asks, w es-*tavala br utmssl ^^VIOIQ. In th. ass *f UaulrUitjr. parnealsrlr las Psst asrWHi brlocra CM aad Us >JSL aattl fwtnat as Osasrsl Msnspar. esaa>aa>a^oas>a's^assaa< W Hii ta a >s.o> Q i. .y.-vv'.vv.-.'.'.'.-.v-.'.'.-.'.'.'.'.*.',','.-.',','.-,',-.-. .-.^.^%' %  ',',vv %  .<.y. J .^vv^'^aos>^ J > J .vx.^^•.^ J '.^^'.^v^v^•.' i a*aa l %  i aa l V^lla^ EL TEATRO GLOBE Presents EL SABADO. 18 OE OCTVBRK. 19X0 EL OUINTETO PANAMERICANO! Cempueeto a> Matlras que fs*ron NACIDO SB Cuba : Ml BO Prarraaia de MrdU hors ranrlanes LA'nN-AMPRIC1.V.1S Anlaa U I'rllcul. -Ul mSTOBIA DE UNA MI'JER" Preelos:—Plalaa Jsc Pale. 10c Unlron .> Laswta 1st It MUSICOS BCOOS MarWiall ,. AJUIB. ,. „ ManB.n ., aaba CarWa ii.Avrs OtirTAR .BANJO MARIMUI'I.A J\OM>'S Your Chanco to Saw 0f ,*#* $ —aa. MJV A BEG WAY 4 Weeks of ALLURING OFFERS & Unbelievable BARGAINS Read it for Yourself & Tell Others f^"3r THANI BROS, OK* YO„ COTTON PRINTS la sMnl vsrlao fr.ni Is,op COTTON DOMESTIC Sas pas* utvaxr cicALrrv SATIN latlsw fthsdn W Uf r. rat. CANCIONES! Itaiuho nrnublt CapriPhito Dealftrto LB Mmi. .La HllrurDeaes Persdamenfe ... Celo. ... n l-Bj-rh*. •( %  he pn>| ertr EtstHra a* TV ,' Plan**', ataadna -ft 5. aoiart" • l*:^J at l/ran. | %  n If %  OBV,, jrc*f .~ a-. p.r-. 0. H. V. ESBES Far Power MS. STEEL BOBV bv UGrlTNESS with fil'RPNGTH CESTHE SLUM. SEATING la Cninfuri RIDEPEIiDENT FRONT WHEEL SI'JPENSION tl; Buiil-iii ikutik-jclinii Sbeck nlisurlnTi — fnr EASY HIIIIMi flillRAIXir BRAKES-ON KLl 4 WHr.l.l.f.-fiAFLTV tics I 'li.KN In nsar qa STUN BILKS la tav.li naral SB. wfhrr drp.frni *. a. WHITE SILK OKORCilTi: IS ii.rt,. SO. imotAi.E SIXB irnr/l Is Inches Me. .1. Win. Henry Street Uisl 34M V.OOU.BN PLANNU. Itc. TAFrrfAB u. risk sad WklU Me. LADIES I'Xim. Cttsa far till I.ADIEH I'A.VTBH, Oatloa I rar 1.W -^ CHARLES MrtENEABNEY & W. LTD. rAVOT OOU) Kurt SSe. rLAri-nr* FLOWEKKD k\iriCOAT8 B3. aabaa Pl^STIC FANCE IIANDBAOS I? BB IM Pas. LEATHER SIrOKS ANP l.oa A PA'PA'A For 61RLS! 1IIE1.S RUBBER SANDAL* IP*, op GIBLV ANKLE POCKS 10* cix.s rA!mxn Mc. an OIBLA' n.ASTIC RAND BAC.n ',1 as eack rfOUMhoid 600dl I.OVELV E1IBOKSED LAR..K 111 DSPREAD will. rrbuas tl Tl seek n.tm'ERr.D rRrrroNNEH .. "i >nd >1M Oil. CLOTH as Desires si.n -i^.rt DRAWING BOOM BUO^I riera) IMHewlUJI IIAMAHK TABU! COVER. aa BED TICIC In PUep 1rt*M nil, n. ii ti PLAATIC TABLE COTBBI HArll TOWELS He. a* nuvow caaaa ateTa Me' aaSani NAraaniisTa SI1T CASES iVsllaes) B.rB AH Sans LADIES' STBAW SHOPPING BAO Me. CHINA WAKE PLATE. IS.i ana WARE OCPS1BC. CHINA WABK BOVTLI. Ic PAS. DU.NEB BELLS. BRASS VA.SS. 0SF DOWI.S A3II TSAVS, Etc. EllTEAK WOOD TABUS. CASIPHOB WOODTBI-VS1 AND A HOST OF rNTllAN oaooa HaTwrdashery, Etc L.AD1ES' RAYON HTOCKINOR 9 prs. fur II.M I.ADUIS NTIONS ILevMr) II" LAOIBS' HANKIH Me. up LADIESPBaWKSS, i Me. 9 9 LADIES' nrmrom I.M | "• i LADIES' JBBaCI PVJA• HAS UK %  pr {l.XATMKK C II A N .. 1 PURSES We. up Mia AND LACES 5c a P.. SNAt BP Far GErtTLEMtNl COTTON IISTS > tar Jl.ss COTTON .PORT SHIRTS Isc ap HILK MI'OKt SHIBTS SaB Oailltlra ISM u. KHAKI 12 ZS DRILL SHIRTS DRESS SHIRTS fi-.ru ltj CENTS' SOCKS tSc. ana n GENTS' HANDHIRCKIBrS ,i, up COMBS Sc ap BABI Del -UK Mr. ap COSTUME JEWKLLEBT la Blues, Brosc.es, Neck lascs. Karrussa Etc. LADIES HATS x SHOES la -a p-Ue AsssmncBl. Als. SOAPS. IIIWDEJtS. PCRar,'an. IXTTIONS. RIBt BO.NS. CX>BI>. HI I i.HAIR X OliiEK P1NS.OOT* irrOMB HAT-WIRE ud j Taoar.ssBs of nehcr (lues at ) SMASHINa RLUri'TION" Last but net the least or 'ORD>:NTAL GOOD. BEl.rtui MCOTTON nno •is; am SATIN —'• VSIti PANTS I4.KS Woollens a GKEV FLANNEL 1UI a d. PLAIN STKII'KD TBOPICALS I2.S0 up ^TR1PED TWEEDS 11.19 aad n.3 TKOrlCAI.S ALL WOOL M9S 1 Hi; VM FLANNEL 95..I i ICKAM DOESKIN 9J SS KHAKI DBTLLS c ap For BOYS! BOYS' LONG KHAKI HOSE Bf^BO\ .., IS., a. .,-. VI % %  !.. • %  ai n oai %  m % %  < %  ROTS' snoss a a. $3.00 CASH giTOB *W.Y every Dy to the First Lucky Person Spending $25.00 or More (FOM NO --^'--^'. •ii'ai s ve' wa a Mi inii io ooa a m oa. m es e aaea i9aes CBoa. > ,w i iv e v < i) aQ a a ai i i o^t-,.



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* PAGE EIGHT BARBADOS ADVOCATE Gallop* FKIDAY. OCTOBER 87, IM 'Fair Salh • Favoured "No*To-Nite 9 Progressing II* IfeMkie LAST Wednesday mo ning thenWM .. heaWJ ttttl QB owners tnd tralneri %  i their charM on trial nuHop < HtlUt tha barrels. This was reflected in tbi which prevailed all morni g and the state of the j?oing is appreciated when It is notced that the fastest five for the mornirif was 1.09J. Imprevlrr were the two ne, %  — %  hore* Fair Sally and No-to-Nit<, _^ -—-. although the iormer* t.me to* th, I CoitllllOll KtalUl W 111 otic* round was not obtained l* rauar Mw begun and llniahe I soiTievrhere around ine mile pol Neverthele* she moved particularly well and is now probab)-. firmly inste'.lod as the favourlu for the Maiden No-to-Nite. 01 the other hand, while doing n > startlliig gaUop deserve* speci; l mention mainly for thr progre". which he made m the last wee* only. Saturday before last hr could hardly keep up with the t class crtole Foxglove, Hut 00 Wednesday he finished on a tlfhf rein while the same creole wl^ accompanied him again looked li be all out. "Their time was only fifth or two outside that at Sliiti bethan and Infusion who did th> best box to itnx gallops for th' morning. Times recorded up to 8 90 weir MS follows: Flieuxce went with Miss Pani who had a tough job to keep uf and Just failed to do so at the fin ish. They did a box to box Ir 1.34. Duldibella did a comfortable tiv in 1.16. a* Rebate went with Musk wh> was no companion for her anthey finished up lengths apart wltl Rebate sailing on In front. She did five In 1.12. Consternation, a two-voar-olo whose origin I am not certain of did five rather ljborlously In 1.18 Shi' needs plenty time with lot of everything else Included. Flame Flower really has nc right in this column because no body managed to get her time. Bu she did a smart half-mile. Vanguard and Tango, who wen really responsible Cot uttructtnf everyone's attention while Flam' Flower escaped, did a box to box finishing the last five in 1.13|. / eery trying experience for Van fuard. Fair Conttsi's tune was Imprc* slve inasmuch as she was onl> barely allowed to -stride out by Tvonet She did the box to twin 1.35*. Kcndal Fort looked fresher thai ht did last week, lie went flv with Gun Site in l.tl|. Cross Bow was a r-ither pitiful sUht li Hi* mud whlei c">"iv h S MM i ru %  %  6 "i In hot %  %  %  %  I ,.i i :i2tor the once round. No-to-Niti', -VIKK<* name causes no end of quips by various stand critics.1 glove In i :2* Th.ii ..%  i waker \\ the fli Ish. i ;ilt> with B*< tU .8! Arunda aim Nan Tt ave a h of speed. They Hd/o.i not think 'Wrf It for Hta u nm ;„> %  Tlbertan l*dy did a box to bow in 1.34 First Flight and Mla Friend irtce mok%  iime. Sun Queen did the best five ol the morning in 1.09). Oatcake am'. Landmark looked %  five in 1.10 The former looks a sl>.e blatter and bet'r than he snu only \aat June in Trinidad isoniJe Lais Is a tall wane; o ms first ordir She did 0\< hi I. 17J aiid dOM ri uuptar i'> enjoy gallopjag or life in general tor that matter. Pharo* want off with Usher who naturaUf found u box ixm in sucii mud R liitls too much Pharos? time WHS Votes; steady runner and In A8 2.'ft. • ben to box for the in .114 1.32 1 'fl for bV :e 4/6 on she bit. A I -,'Sself. Oalcake.'i' %  % % %  mid be ontertainiiiff at all timea and Si a lon# while since *e hava hod such high cla** rivalry in division D. But due to her lay ntt I wonder 1/ she will bo ft enough. HI Lo and Dunne I managed i I wo-ycarolds should Ognre promincrlly :.'. nngMr Cui>. what stage u> yet One-Day Match OEV. .Oct. 2fi The Commonwealth Touring Cricket team had no difficulty in heating n National Defence Academy team here on the first Innings of a one-day match today by 84 BBSS The Commonwealth declared .heir first innings closed at lunch imc with 171 runs on the board .'or the loss of five wickets, and .hey then skittled out the opposition for 87. The Defence team were thus %  till 10 rum short of the number required to avert a follow-on ("4 runs in ,one-dny matches) but as only IB minute* playing time renainrd slumpwere drawn Hy the rules the team with the first innings advantage In a one-day match were thus the winners The lomm.,..^;:!! had started badly, losing Spoooer with only two runs on the board, but Fishlock and Douland were aggressive while putting on 87 for the second wicket in an hour. After that Growal. a left arm leebreak bowler slowed down the scoring rate and In one spell of 10 overs he claimed three wickets for 29 runs. nshlock Included six fours In his Si while Dooland hit nine boundaries DuriiiR the Defence team's innings. Tribe in a spell of 10.2 overs, eight of which were maidens, took the last five wickets for only six runs. New Cricket Series Opens To-morrow iccount "f November llth being a Race-du> all CrksM ** %  turc* scheduled for that day have been cancelled. The next aerie. beginning or. October 28t;i will bfl coniinued or, November 18th and •m Novemiwr Mth Slumps will be ANWR al . M pjn. an^ Clubs are urged i commence play at 1 p m. if possible. Fixtures, grounds, and the Umpires appointed are as follows;— FIRST DIVISION October 28 Nwvesaber II. t* kwick V Spartan at Oval— .i u Walcott it S. C. Foster --Umpires. Pi IK., V. Lodge at Park. II R Jordan and G. Forde—Umpires. CarhOQ V Empire at Carlton, F L Walcott at D RoaclifordUmplres. Wanderers V Combermerc Cumberbatch & I. "mpires i\ i i i:nii\n Ortobtr %  • Sovemlter 18. 25 V \1.P C V Wanderer* II. kles Ktfcul—C. Small ^ W %  i —Umpires Windward V Empire al Wu ward—G. Clarke A W — Umpires. Cable & Wireless V Spartai Boarded Halt—C. Archer & Batson.—Un i p i res Mental Hssptia) % Pukwlck s Black Rock—G Gllkes & J. flat: —Umpires. roMTION' OF CLUBS Churchill Wins Jockey Club Cup ,NF.W MARKET, Oct. 26. Mr. Winston Churchill's remark* able French bred grey four-yearold Colonist gained his biggest sue* cess yet when winning the historic Jockey CUb Cup valued £1,170 and run o-'er two and a quarter miles here todav. Mr. Churchill flew specially fi% %  ,! the opening of the new H mse of Commons to see Coloti%,. bet' i v< iryench op.,nrjnfT i % %  "..ii nn's vr. r ... T .. hif ..Who winning l.. %  rntngsj GosUiu tw.ij* (HH ami a half length* ahead of Vke* Ton de Ca'.i!S ridden by RH" runner M-I RUSH to i Bnot, ahead galloping In %  i came umithe dip trailing in eight lengths bcliind Culouun erond place Sacond i-.. tlon will be ileiermtned Friday when Pratt Osborne game concludes wh ch will also dscidr bev\veei Krltish Guiana and Trinidad 't'ednesday results were as loliows: Drnssingtnn (Trinidadi Itai tgfeggfgsj iTiiriid'tdi. Walton (Barbados) draw with Barker (Brilsh Guiana), Osborn British Gulnna) beat (Barbados' Prutt (Trlm.i... ,. a Ogle (Brit 1 II i Divbtan Wanderers Pickwick College Empire Carlton •olice Spartan ^oinUei meie Lodge Pld Pt 6 21 4 16 5 1? 4 10 5 V 4 *.0 4 0 4 3 4 2 %  tHerraedUte V.M.P C Cable At Wireless M< nt.il Hospital .. Empire .. Pickwick Wjudtrers Windward Spartan Secant! WvMun %  > tet tow but duo to iuaatfM ytl,crw lSe 1 egily nunaged to get the three. This was d eoulu be persuaded to start with the BsK she would easilv account for the Maiden KMstoad did foui bi 56. Harroween did tin-** in 4$ S/3 %  '•:• %  agggr, Hbesy tiares to match sU-id*-' with stsblemutc F. pli ur g an'i v/ltt) the considerable help uf tfie riders she manages to rto It, Result: four furlongs In W 4.-1 total ol Moysy's capabilities on such golitg and a I litMids make* his alow but sure progress HY a-i foi., in M 3/5. Du Olatnond have ,, name Cor rtlMWa l lv ag i/y some eeagj ilnhthes pi There being no Judge on mornin*> the*e is generallr much ar... ner. On Wc-ln. four in 3H J'2. MU did (our In 67 Atnmli i: (Id Hie soo-i lookiAg two-jrearki t I saw t.ut sn* ,!iO a fouiasjgj ':eU'aJned pace. Ilvglim-i-. Lreward | %  D>tlea}j L'.'.iai i'Miiteri*re' : ONE MAN is offering; Wealth Devotion and SecurityAll he wants in return is FIDELITY. ANOTHER MAN offered Love, Romance and Excitemen! and In return wants—NOTHING. You Can V littvv Bath M*n Which Will You Choose? 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TACT. TWO BAUADOS ADVOCATE rRIOAY, OCTOBER tl, 1S30 QaJab Calling I NTRANS1T IHg (HI Wi-ii % %  %  for Tnm.lad . Hon'bk L C Hamtavt. KC and hw dauihteMiss Kathleen Han Hon*ble Hum Tiinldacl TO Marttnlqu Jttnnl hi* daughtci whoul from England on llu shly Mia* Hannays ha* ]u M h...l al OlTH CoUfl* ham In transit I NTKANSIT brougll Baroados \ m rpi Homsun. Operation.* PNi nWI.A i.roigi? WM on his VMA^' 10 tirwiarta Iron, Trial' ,i il. %  ..i %  lib assisting wdfh la* ntm traffic at Pearl's airport Due to the const..i %  am, 11 w i A. Vlklnff (34 panenger planes) which arc %  :frto Rico services from Trinidad, now call m al Grenada Instead of BHrbadoa. en route hope* to rome over 10 Barbados tor a two—day vrsi; in about two weeks' tUM. Hiw uhoc ore yom wall I Kg for War raj*'" L p; rt \s: For Men Only Wi %  Short Vitit VFF O Branckei Trinidad Mi J E MlI* H. Ml m shor. T Kins, ml art a I nod al SaDdiinghatn. Ii la tr— lion in the year when on. tie is separated from I MM-I Kmy Kdwartl VII -tarted .' and both h's Mn and grandson have always had an all-men party inning partridge shoot Wnh the King this year wora t,f Gloucvtrr, the DM*' of Beaufort, the Hot David BoweM-Lh" i, %  '< brother, and Mnfor Michael Aaean,[| wou'ii l*> hard to gather five %  >t* together. 80. At Least F ROM Switzerland I hear a story which IOIIKTHS irnnV Hnf and a id* Of Hie variety slag<\ strict about discussing her age. When, the other day. a Buick sped along a main road to Oenev. II was stopped by a patrol car "Eighty, at least" said the cop "You are a bar, and you ar.> certain!: no gajnUtvnan,'' nDttod week The nolici The Ml One Of Two .hunt two weeks lime III' *llnraiimn. m.i i\ nc nil nil -""M-turn on the vessel laler in the Returned Yesterday R. and Mrs Eric Atkinson ho ware holidaying in St rvR AND MRS Q ACRES and Lucia. relurn.-r**y were: {' %  cumbers S ornla per lb Peara 6. 7 and S reals each. ROBINSONS •PATENT' BARLIY nukw nMKc met. Ilai n *ll tor half PATENT GROATS B.B.C. RADIO PROGRAMME rlUUAY. Oclottac ISSO Stool. l.SS I A HRlviNt; ban day via T U.W.IA.. were Mr M. Bell. Mr Roll uba voterBljfr tv* r i n i d a d by and Mrs N Is o Rcflnei-y ud Acres is one of the two physicians lo j d Carlb yesterday He arrived %  f the Demerara Bauxite Co.. in here <>n Wednesday on the CoiomMcKeiUde and has bc*n living In bte kC companied by his i roan After Two Weeks M ELVIRA HUGGINS her daughter Joan, alter spending sis mouths" holiday in ihe United Kingdom. While in the UK he said thai lie saw a lot of tinnickel games between England .nid Hie We.-t Indies and also the Open c.olf Championship in Scotland. Barrister At Law fit ALBERT J I'AUKES. Bar%  La M" Thay j>lan to l>e In Barbados for wo weeks and are staving at Ihe M.i-lnigs Hotel Official w in the Lugo Oil —" Transport Company Bon fur only live days they are staying at Cacrabank Both of them seemed vr) interested In the island and asked ,,uple ol weeks' holiday in Bar_ about several well known spots i„,do F returned to Trinidad yesSecretary of the British Guiana As they waited fur Ihelr baggag I( rda> H ,tcrn<-.n bv KWI.A Boxing Hoar.i of ConiiolieUirned rVO in thterminal building xi% gam StaVlM l Hotel '" (n,,sn <•"' %  by B.W.I.A., at Scnwell. they went over to tin.<...1 ;. ester day after -pending seven InfoniKitioDesk lo buy a map oHetuniing MH 0U eailier b9 Wks* holiday in tho tfland. the Island and ask a few mon ,, „ Un i(1 waa UlU SbOtagft Dean*, H "' ,, <, "* R c * lr " questions Although nON for onl) t i.. u ghter of Dr. and Mrs. C. C. (l\-e days they certainly are planDeane of Maraval. who left bv ning t see d s much <4 the island ui ( "Colonibie" on Wediw!*ia> as possible night. She w.is glM -ikying al tin Back From 6 Month." „ u '7'^ Holiday Continuing Holiday A FTER sx months' holiday t-i I EAVINO on Ihe SS. "ColomEngland. Mr. C. E B'ui/e. *b,r " n Wednesday night Accountant of the Central Water (nr Trin-dad on two months aU phrMmgl the young mem Distribution. Authority of Triniholiday was Major J. E. Griffith, bens* Dcpartmcnl of the Motherdad. returned home on Wednesday •"I"'*' ( ,, rk f ,hr u*ral Post ij n 0n have %  TOO Service at the night by the French Liner 0t if^; ...^ T&fomWe" Hewss accompanlstl M " nr 1 Crl T th *• ow L \;rby his wife and son Hugo. pleting his six months holiday Mr. B)aiu> lold Carib that h.> P" r > "' hlch h ''. •f nt A n }"" wont over principally to see Ihe United Kingdom with the Barbucrlcket and said thai he had %  g Rifle Team which shot at vary enjoy able stay in the Mot he Bislcy Country. ''*• u| d Carib that he wouiid sLeelmun. Whpn I met her at the fUvoy Yolande Lacca lold me klii smoke* or 50 ctgarelU* a,day. ga*e this warning lo women smokers I one* gave iiielf nlcoVla* poisoning." 1 IS p m lUdKi 1 nr Uwtum or r -w " • I p m Th Ntwfc III i "I"-"' I Hwa from Britain. SIB p.m ~ r ,--„-. S SO p m. IMUa. Son*. S p n> iH.laMc th ruflr.. i> %  TT-.r IK %  4 |D p m T^ Daily SMvic*. IS p m Night* at W Optra. 8 p m Ba4> MHPMIIV %  lh ThaaU* O'gan • %  p m Srolinh Maaallnc. S p m u S'.usar aoaa round. • SO p m A im-n of few PMplM. S SO p m intnhiae 1pm Th* ttwmm. I 10 p n. N. <\niy"U. TIB p m wms OmUoan. D.ru. t p m Radio N*mnt) %  p m. ViHurf NalMuii Raparl. %  SO |> in rompoarr of tni WMI. . f . TKi.'ctwtp Caa uw aaj o • p m **j"?* I i-i-ociiM. 10 p "i Tha News. 10 it%  i m From uv Bfli'oruj 10 IS P m 1 Tha Advani.ira. ..I P C rt Epldc IO at p m World Aitalr* Survaw by A P B>n, 'I p m Cl<** Down GLOBE OPENING TO-DAY 5 A S.SS PM HER KIND OF WOMAN NEVER LEARNS! '*• J AITTHUft KAN" c ANN TODO CLAUDE RAINS TREVOR HOWARD I > Heavier Women Cwrlwy DM Not Pay Supreme Court of llritish Oi lor two years and has since oeci appointed .i C'ommis-iioner o Oath* Parkcs while here was th< guPstolMr. .IIKIMIB.I McU-o. ,! v.ilinc" ffaUUlfton Street Toy Service Trinidad Medico T-\H. and MRS. M KoilUKSTKI! of Triiii'l;nl rra intraiih.; da ihe "ColWiW %  from Kngland where ihey hi. tx months' holiday. E viKY rtar sh Chnttmas the y Cathedral, where they .lislrlbub loin to poor ehfldfan. This year the Service will bo held on December 18. •'' 30 p.m. Returned To Trinidad yflt, T. GRANT MAJOR. 1VI. Canadian Trade Commis%  ihe Bafrtani Cartbbeaii haadqiigiisT i In IMnldad guest of his cousin Mrs. henHewa laytn) it tl* Oees le Cannes of San Fernando. View Hotel. BOOK YOUR SEATS LONDON. Their'a sneaking suspicion in ritaln that women anBfltUng .i\ier. and th* Clolhing indusry Development Council aims 10 nl out lor >ure The. t ouaefl anm u u i .liey ure pi..iuiin to take *. I. p. sod bust measurements of I'll. 1 .,i oven i 'HI NHMTMMI In Bgitali "he lob will be done by wwi.n -I.N\ En-route To St. KUts S PENDING a short hol.da> u. Barbados prior to reUinmi .. St. Kills Is Miss May Stevens. Matron of Cunningham Hospital She arrived here on Wednesday vening by the SS 'Colonibw LONDON. Albert William Saltwr leame-i that courtesy, like crime, does" TtM 34-year-old electrician stole a purse from u home an1 v as arrested when he returned, 1 several hours later, lo apologize He waa sentenced lo three monthIn jail —I.N.S. cnosttvi'onn r i 1 J i w J U 1 from England ..fter spending one year doing %  Sister Tutor's course al Edinburgh University in Scotland. Miss Stevens is a guest of Mr and Mrs. D. S Payne of Harrow. S: Philip it ^%rh^m^* l rtr--a Bars fruit nor (So moat rosam & aot iu Oooout ofelaa. (Si board royal. i) One Woman* JRrik Storg PLIM TONrrr. GRANII ALL STAR TALENT CONTEST FOR THE SILVER COP AND INTRODUCING LITTLE LORD FAllNTLEY-ROl— < •> The World's VMingesI CalypsonUn Singing his own rompualllon "MODERN GIRLS AINT GOT RKHPECT" SAVE YOUR 4 TICKETS TONITE 4 CARTONH OF HEINEKEN'H BEER Given away FREE PIT 29 HOUSE 3ti BALCONY U — BOX 60 .50 72 48 CKYPTCKItlOTF—Here's how to work It: AXYDLDAAXR bt LONU FELLOW One lottor almply stand* for another In this example A la used for the thr* L'a, X for the two O'a, etc Single letters, apoatrophloa. UM length and formation of the words are. all hints Each day the coda lettera are different. A CrypUgram quoUlluM f>A JWE V PAVKE Hi SWGTEAKO. P Q K KEVO. KEVO VE EN A ENHTL BOllNATPATl j's Cryptooj'r ,,,, ^ r,TWO SOTJL3 WITH BUT A SINGLE THOUGHT, TWO HEARTS THAT BEAT AS ONE-LOVELU \OIAiK IH II tl.MMA iMambors Onlyj BOB HOPE RHONDA FLEMING ... "THE GREAT LOIEH" .. iHti-ii iloiia After little compsnt tno> UD lawtui draire. I3I Olve ear to U)0 H.O. (( AM dim sa the anciont gol 11 nsagaaM. isi lawd shall wo sap T (St This Is whore sou glee oray. (Si %  tea II (such a slvuc la vaiu.Dla, (g) Moot impi are grovod BOt v> %  how peaaimism (Si I'm .addled with this at U.r |Uj %  J All Seats Bookable^ TO-DAY (AND CONTINUING DAILY) for "BLITHE SPIRIT at THE EMPIRE THEATRE (TWO BOX OFFICES) on NOV. 2nd & 3rd THURSDAY & FRIDAY AT 8.30 p.m. MATINEE FRIDAY AT 5.00 pm %  ill! RoUmd YOUNG Roland CULVER Richard LYON > Proyoka with a BSB at Vora. U. Here EDO tint. UM It I >W. a. ana BUT a* pan of a IOCK. If. Latf u la dtaonmt. .li lb. A msDuai oporatiou may turn troos Into tola. i5 %  10. fUoollo shall we %  > (SI U. The broken aide that Caoear warned u( In March, it) SelUIMD Cl VOUlQal %  ijflla aim iJ^fjJ.^1. VErrsy? aoum is Dawns. I it Nodi Z% fl„o. 94. (l. Dawa T I KDOWIM|> 3 Sowr %  Uinif in '.%  :' 10ES PLAZA Theatre-flR/DGfrowN m-llAV J -nd I SO and Conununffg Dalit S and S SO p %  • USOUdOlla 1XUJISJITtU*tl VOUNO Gero;e BKKNT III "BRIDE FOR SALE"—aJao— ••penji Addrd Allia>in4 "SAVAGE HPLKNDOKt i.i' r !•• T-ihTiimtur Ung SSU> 0 SB iChaap Priroei Jimmy WAKELY In SONG OF THE DRIFTERS' & (uticiira X* TALCUM ** EMPIRE To-day 2 30 and 8 30 u conUnulns u iiii.iin Shakeapcarc'a "MACBETH" — Slarnng — Ornon WHU now To-day to Sunday I 30 and 8.15 Colombia Smaahinc Double Deal Arnaa — Mary Hatcher "HOLIDAY IN HAVANA" • CARGO IN CAPETOWN" Brodrrlrk Crawford — John Ireland — Ellen Dreu ROYAL To-day only 4 39 and 8 3* Republic Big Double "GLASS ALIBI" — AND — "DAREDEVILS OF THE CLOUDS" with Baton LlTUwWa Sat. 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Friday Oflikrr il 19 3 0 BuTbaJtoa fcocate o l-ri.r: FIVE r.vrs V.ar .'. REDS READY TO INVADE TIBET Griffiths Satisfied With W.I. Shipping (Prom Our Own Correspondent) LONDON, Oct 26 \.y EST INDIAN CIRCLES here axe annoyed at Mr. Jamea Griffiths' statement yesterday in the House of Commons that shipping services with) I the Caribbean on the whole are satisfactory, bvi that no practical plan has yet been submitted f < r improving servioes with the United Kingdom. Mr. A. E. V. Barton. Secretary of the West India Committee, said: "Mr. Griffiths' statement will cosifin the impression held throughout the West Indies that ti 9 Urittsh Government are indifferent to the very real cii itress which has been suffered every year since th %  ha* systematically opposed Argentina." British Circle* here who arc in touch with cl.-vHw"! i-nls oil the other hand took issue with the flpeech made by the Argentine Ambassador, Carlos Hogan in London on Monday. They strongly emphasised that no reference could be found In anything he said, about the other problemdisturbing the traditional trading relations between the tw*. countries, such as outstanding sterling remittances or failure to grant licence 1 for British import*. —Iteuter. "Today." he conunued. "with a greater demand for space conwquent upon developments which have taken place we have had unUl recently in the Eastern C.inl bean only one ship—the Col/Ho— which we could rely for any siderable number of British passengers Now we have the Colombie of the French Line which, however, gives first choice to round-trip passengers, second to French Nationals and what berths remain allocated to people from this rountrv ." rE KOllAL CAlstllA look! d in an tbi nfloided Hon-eof P-rllawni with tl.,rs.-nni .'.' frlgb' '.-sowed) Providing the modern contrast on thr sooth side of the ilMMl i' tl* rr-tiMl of Britain lte with gleaming /duralumin (further np the river beyond iln .i'' d t. 11%  i tn. Concert Hull suit the old Bhm Tower now fitted Willi rad.n ri|iilpiiii-iit %  pc*ai The French smaller ship Line also have a Inch might Hike about SO British passengers and there were two Dutch ships on the Surinam run with a combined capacity for about iflo each way together with two others which onlv provided homeward passages for people from Trinidad. The whole position is really bad," said Mr Barton Ministries Given To Members Of Trinidad's Cabinet PORT-OF-SPAIN. Oct 21 All five elected members of Trinidad's Cabinet MM btW guru ministrtta, according to an official announcement made yes* of the Executive Couneil The three official members—the Colonial Secretary, the Attoi eral and the Financial Been have been given the u %  : ity of the administration of certain departments while there is o lone nominated member without portfolio L C. Hannays. Ministers nnnounced were — Britain H ill Not Reofwn iivi in mlii Dockyard ... eateaii l-UMMN. Oi Britain's uuv.ii coiistruriion and conversion piofcrainiue which provides ttn the building of six new aircraft carriers is not to include lite le-opcutiik ol Ihe ilarmuda %  BerthutK taoUlUas lot llUfal will still be ivallibte but the recall Milof the dockyard including the dr> dook are io remain closed. These (acts icveolcd >C-UIU.I> by Mr. W. Bwa rtl I'mlum . I.uy Secretary U the Admiralty %  "< %  ihat t" ** wmi had hevume uneeonomical in % %  v The Admiralty tt \i m< consider thai lleimudfi, once o' grtal s tr ategic importance In th'' any ships WCIO ...,, -,, I much "( its iminll_ of the turnKing George Opens New House of Commons iCing GflMnTM VI tu-dd cheering crowds to open Parliament's new'House Common* chamber replacing Ihe on> shattered by bornl i in '941. Bui because? tiadition foibids a monarch tn tntei u %  Commoiu 1 chamber he perfonned the ceremony in tl year old adjacent Westminster Hill whi-uI iink-ci Charles the Fust wai condemned to Ihe JM MO yeai i RAIN FELL LAST NIGHT ROY F.ducaiM .MWKFH: Minister ii and Social Services. ALBCKT <;OMES: Minister for Labour, Industry and Commerce. I VICTOR BRYAN: Minister for 1 Agriculture and Lands. vii nn \-IM.H Minister nications and Works The rains came again last night Shortly after 10 oclock the City C became dark ns thick clouds blotted out the moonlight The ternNORMAN TANG: Minister for Krature which was 82 degrees | Health and Local Government hrenheit dropped by two degrees while heavy showers fc'l Gutters in James Street. Tudor Street and many other roads overflowed and rising water cove-ed the streets. Many night strollers and by surprise They neither had umbrellas nor raincoats and the majority were forced to shelter for hours. These showers were experienced In many other parishes hut stopped before midnight. P. M. REN1SON. Colonial Seeretary: Minister in Charge Police. Immigration Office. District Administration. J. L MATHIKI-l'ERKZ Altor Gen-* £ ver to „ 1€ .„.| oi I The> coniM tOO li'at HI UMH days "hen ship arc capable of making th.cross Unit Kingdom in radi ;i short ipaca of time lh.it lOwOUl i,.in UM dockyard -imply fm ci.-ti %  rsa ni I learn tint an additional factor tafltitacing thdi decialop wu deration ti>;ii with Uu existing friendly relations b. (ween ti.is country and the Unlte