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Saturda
Oectober
1830



WORLD’S OLDEST



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28

LATIN AMERICA WANTS

BAN ON SPAIN LIFTED |

LAKE SUCCESS, Oct. 27.

E 60 Nation
‘os the United

cial Political Committee

tions Assembly to-day began

a full dress debate on whether to recommend mem-

bers to resume

A joint resolution
can countries asked that the General Assembly re-
voke its 1946 ban on the appointment of Ambassa-

dors to Madrid as well as its recommendation bar-
ring Spain from membership in international

agencies.

tic relations with Spain.
red by seven Latin Ameri-

Dominican Republic Delegate, V. Diaz Ordonez, ont

of the sponsors of the joint
“a lot of water has passed
Assembly action of 1946.

HEAVY SHOWERS |
LAST NIGHT |

After falling intermittently the
whole day yesierday the rain came
down in full force last night ae-
companied by flashes of lightning.

The City was lifeless as window
shoppers and night strollers re-
mained indoors. Only the watch-
men were seen walking up and
down the sidewalks of Broad
Street. The gutters in the streets
were filled with water and puddles
were on the pavements.

Residents in the Parish of St.
John which had the heaviest rain-
fall (three inches) up to 6 p.m.
yesterday had a busy time cleaning
their storm lanterns and putting
stocks in secure positions.



One woman who left a turkey in
her yard about 5 p.m. returned
about 6.30 p.m. to find the bird
drowned in a pond some ten yards
from her house.

The Police Sub-Station in that
district reported about 8 p.m.
heavy continuous showers with
lightning and thunder. Some of
the small roads are under water.

Rainfall returns for other dis-
tricts up to 6 p.m. yesterday were
District “A” 45 parts, “B” Board-
ed Hall one inch and 30 parts,
“C” one inch, “D”, St. Thomas
one inch and 62 parts. istrict
“E”, St. Peter two inches.

One inch and 70 rts are
recorded in District “F” and Cra
Hill, St. Lucy, received 80 parts
of rain, :

Rain — up work in mi
Beawell many Fh
given a half holiday yesterday
because of the rain. One told the
Advocate that it was actually im-
possible to work on the runway
during the heavy rains. Only a
rosa carryalls were working yes-
ay.



NEW GOVERNOR
OF BAHAMAS

(From Our Own Correspor.dent)
INDON, Oct., 27.

Major General Robert Arthur
Ross Neville C.B.B. (Royal
Marines) has been appointed
Governor and Commander-in-
Chief of the Bahamas, in succes-
sion to the late Sir George Sand-
ford.

In 1987 and 1938 he was Naval
Intelligence Officer of the Ameri-
can ang West Indies station on
the staff of Admiral] Best.



Sugar Nationalisation
Expected In U.K.

(From Our Own Cuorrespondent)

; LONDON, Oct. 27.
It is rumoured in London that
when the King speaks from the
Throne next Tuesday, he will an-
nounce the Government's intention
to nationalise the British Sugar
Corporation within the next three

months.
The Corporation, a £5,000,000

concern, handles all the sugar
beet grown in this country. The
Corporation undertakes per

cent of the British reiined sugar
trade and if nationalised it would
be set «1p in opposition to Tate
and L;ie and other private refin-

the debate be adjourne

resolution told delegates that
under the bridge” since the

It was essential, he maintained,
“to extend an open and frank
hand to those who will aid ys”.

The United Nations should not

e its doors to anyone. The
yanish people, he declared had @
legitimate right to be representec
in United . Nations specialised
agencies which were technical
bodies.

After seven of the sponsors of
the joint resolution had spoken
briefly in support, Polish delegate |
Dr. Stefan Boratyski s ted
until
Monday. “We must be given time
to study the arguments and ex- |
planations of the sponsors of the
resolution,” he said, “so that we
can p our arguments for
debate.”

The debate is continuing later
today.

Earlier during the morning

ion Fernando Berkemyer of
Peru one of the resolution
rs said that if adopted the
resolution would remove moral

cles to the ing of diplo-
matic relations with Se Spain.
United Nations Charter pro-
hibited the organisation from
intervening in the internal affairs
of nations he contended. it such
intervention were permitted the
United Nations would mean
nothing.
The General Assembly resolu-
tion of 1946 he argued, was a
“definite violation of this funda-
mental principle.”
Those seeking to revoke the
ssembly resolution were sure of
eir facts he added. They wete
confident that Spain was not a
threat to international peace and
security.



—Reuter.



TRINIDAD WINS
CHESS SERIES

{From Our Own Correspondent)

GEORGETOWN, Oct. 27.
Trinidad won the West Indies
Chess Championship to-day when
Pratt beat Osbourne of British
Guiana after eight hours of play

between Thursday and Friday.
It was a game of many compli-
cations, fierce attack and tenacious
defence in which honours were
equally divided. Pratt’s victory
so placed him second in the in-

diyidual championships which
as won by Barker of British
Guiang,

The “Trinidad Guardian”

ophy was presented ta Machine,
anager of the Trinidad team by
on’ble John Gutch Colonial
retary and Deputy Governor.
e Fernandez Cup which was
epmpeted for the first time was
gresented to Barker.
The closing points were Trini-
ad 14, British Guiana 13 and

arbados 9. Barker headed the} Holland, United States, Canada,

individual champions with seven
oittts, Pratt six and Brassington,
Sepourie and Gilkes five each.

The Trinidad and Barbados
teams except Pratt returned home
on Saturday.



Fire Destroys Lumber

(From Qur Own Correspondent)
ANTIGUA, Oct. 27.
At yesterduy’s Government
auction sale of buildings at the
former U.S. Army base, in the
eneral Service Club area, 4,299

, of us and I feel that we ought to





Islands by the motor vessel “T, B,

The turtles were bigger than the average turtle canght in Bark



Any New
Weapon Can
Be Tackled

British Defence Survey

LONDON, Oct. 27.

Atomic defence experts warning
authcrities of the dangers Britain
may have to face, emphasised
today that mew weapons of
destruction can and will be
tackled.

They were writing in the “Facts
About Civil Defence” survey
compiled to keep town and district
authorities in touch with Home
Office policy on atom defence.

“It is of vital importance that we
are not deterred by any of these
weapons” said John Hodsoll,
Director General of Civil Defence
training. “History shows that in
the course of time defence inevit-
ably catches up with offence, even
though it may never get a 100
per cent answer.”
_ It was Mice nba that ian eae
in iture war migh' ‘ar
stealer than anything yet experi-
enced in this country but the
lessons from Germany and Japan
had been “most carefully studied”
and were being applied here,
Sir John continued.

Under Britain’s reorganised de-

active defence would reduce a
surprise attack to dimensiond
that the Civil Defence could
tackle.

Sir. John warned local authori-
ties that Britain must be prepared
for a “Pearl Harbour” surprise |
attack,

foolish to bank on any phoney
war period or indeed on very
much warning at all. The Pearl
Harbour technique has been used
twice within the memory of many

expect this technique to be used
again.”

“The survey said Britain could
deal with the atem bomb if the



country were prepared and
trained,
Orders for the survey hav
ome trom Denmark, Italy,
| india, Pakistan, Australia el
Malaya.
—Reuter.

ARTIE'S HEADLINE





square teet of lumber was sold to
ex-American Vice Consul Nichol-
as Fuller for $4,100. It was com-
pletely destroyed by fire last night.



Fined

iguan Policeman
£100 For Smuggling

(Our Qwn Correspondent)

A LOCAL island

co’
home in St. Johnstan’s vill

ST. JOHN’S

stable, Robert Joseph, left his
age very early one morning this

week and as customary walked a mile away on the lands

Pome et 6.0 he four fae
at 6. 2 u
demijohn of rum Rome oes

VIENNA, Oct. 27.

Mottl, Austrian
archaeologist, has found a bone
axehead which may be 130,000
years old and sibly the oldest
tool in the Bate’ Dr. Mott! told
the Austrian Federal Cave Com-
mission that the discovery was
oe in nner eave, north of
araz in a layer af evrth and is
estimated at 730.060 years old.

If its age were correct, the axe-
head would belong to the period
between last and last but one
ice age, and denoted a much high-
mt at

find thin hed been eeepc

er
tha’ ha en suspected.





Dr. Maria

from his cow. On returning
ad of police extracting a large
ouse.

Besides this, they acquired some
other tempting articles from un-
der the bed such as sixty pieces of
dress material and six cases of
‘Lucky Strike’ cigarettes.

Joseph said he awoke at
8 a.m. that morning in a terrible
fright when he saw _ these
things in his house and was now
about to report the matter to the

lice, Next day he was fined
; £100 for being in possession of
(smuggled goods origin of which
was obviously St. Thomas be-
fause several cases were stamped
A.V.I.

Antiguan C.I.D. have success-
fully stopped a great percentage
of small smuggling this year but
occasionally they hook a big fish.
Six cases of ‘Luckies’ is equivalent
to 60,000 cigaretics which are
usually purchased at ‘e. per
packet of 20 in the Military Can-
teens and they are retailed at not

~~Renter.!less than 40c. per packet.



just a little
pcaten the

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|

Archbishop Of
Prague Gaoled

VATICAN CITY, Oct. 27
Vatican radio to-night quoted
Czechoslavak refugees as saying
that Cardinal Josef Beran, Arch-
bishop of Prague, was no longer
held prisoner by Communists in
his palace.











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He was believed to have been
transferred to Pankrac Gaol in
Prague.—Reuter. i



Light Reading For The Aged
SYDNEY:
_ Finding that Ubraries in state
institutions had been neglected
for 40 years, the New South
Wales government launched a
survey. They discovered 80-year-
old inmates of the Newington
Aged Women's Home trying to
make do on three books—How Care for Sick Horses at Sea
(Indian Army); The Theory of
Agecountancy; and I
Salesmanship (1890)
—Reuter.

TURNED TURTLES’

THE FIVE TURTLES which were landed at the Careqnage yostordls

top of Aston Moss colliery near
hare to-day while 50 miners were
fence system it was hoped that} Working underground,






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40,000 Chinese Help
N, Koreans In Battle

Across Manchurian Border

TOKYO, Oct. 27
REMNANTS of the North Korean army with thei:
backs to the Manchurian horde hit back stubbornly
along the advancing UnitedNations line to-day, .
Communist troops well dug in on high ground anc
supported by tanks and self-propelled guns halted th
British Commonwealth Brigade on the west coast whil
others were fighting hard further inlan? and over i)
The North Koreans were report

the northeast.
“ arent My
el to be reorganising in Com:

50 Miners munist Manchurla across the icy
A River which marks the fron-
E tier,

Uhconfittmed reports here said
thet 40,000 Chinese had been

MANCHESTER Oct. 27,
A fire swept buildings at the

They arvivod from Birds

Radar” for Mr, Bric Atkinson,














{J ni in to pees pole ive
‘Von great power plants feeding

avehuria’s War industries,

British forces ran into very
heavy resistance about two miles
west of Kasan on the road from
Pakchon to the Manchurian north- ;
ern border at Sinuiju,

United States Fifth Army air
force planes called in to fackle the
enemy holding a good offensive





) through the pithead shaft and had
to make their way to a coal shaft

three
He said: “We should be very | sucked in by airshafts swirling

j around
emergency handbells to signal to
the men above ground,

out of nearby homes in their
nightclothes when they suw the
glow of the blaze.
brought
hours.—Reuter,

They ere wnable to escape

boul 50 yards away while fire-
men fought to check the flames.

Then they were hauled up in
batches—with the smoke
them, They

had used

Thousands of people tumbled

The fire was
under control in two



UNRBIASSED
HISTORY

PARIS, Oct. 27,

A three+day United Nations
economic, selentifie and cultural
organisation in conference here hag
drawn up a guide for future
writers of history. Historians met
at the Paris Hearquarters of the
organisation to decide the

ean
to eradicate m school books
the glorifiea of conquest,

national and race consclousnes:
and oy features likely tothe
youth,

The guide stresses the need foc
the use of history as a means for
international understanding,

—Reuter.

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Sailors Strike On
Sugar Ship

RIO DE JANEIRO, Oct, 27,

The Brazilian News Agency
Asapress in a despatch said today
that the crew of the Panamanian
ship Santa Calli which is in port
loading sugar for Formosa and
North China ports went on strike
today, According to Asapress the
crew claims that the China seas
have been mined by Communists
and they refuse to muke the trip

| because o° the risks involved,

—Reuter,



| Buried 3,500 Years

DUBLIN, Oct. 27.
noeal archaeologists here re-
ported finding a burial place

repudiated to be 3,501) years old

It_ was uncovered in the County
of Meat® about 20 miles fron
Dublin Staples Work

and the findings are associated
with megalithic times in India,

Carved stones and bones we!
found.

Further excavations are expecs
ited to yield important informa

early and middle bronze age
—Reuter,












position in the hilly country
knocked out 5 tanks, but full re-
sults were not yet known,

The South Korean Sixth Divi-
sion whieh thrust one spearhead
unopposed to the Yalu River
yesterday were today fighting off
itiacks from three sides in the
mountain snows further east at
Onjong, 80 miles from the fron-
ter.

@yuteaddd alreraft flew in to
nelp them, dnd the South Korean
rst Division was grappling}
with a Communist Division at Un- |
jan, a few miles to the southwest,
Other Southern forces were hur-

8
Will Reject
Pleven Plan

TAN FRASER,

BONN, Oct, 27,
The Pleven Plan for mixed
European units in a Kuropean
army in addition to the National
armies of the Western Allios is
yehologically unacceptable to
he Germans as well as technically
impracticable, West German Jus.
Minister Homas Deheler: said
ay:

By


















tice
today,
In an interview with Reuter

Deheler, leading member of the

Free Democratic Liberal Party,

iid that the Germans vould hard-

ly oe asked to join such an army

“in an inferior capacity” without

offending the country's pride,

It the Western Powers required
Germany as a military ally, they
must jive her their confidence and |
treat her as an equal, The spirit
of the Pleven Plan which kept |
contributions down to regimental |
level appeared to be one of fear, |
he said, |

“Fear of Germany and all its |
resulting controls are stale, They
are conceived in the terms of the |
past, We have to think of the
future now,

The Danger

“The danger in the world today
is Russia. It is absurd to suppose
that Germany will ever again start
War against anyone. but the dif-
culty is in persuading public opi.
ion a} road that this ts so.”

Asked what he considered to by
the necessary conditions for Ger-
man participation in western de-
fence, Deheler said that the Allies
must turn over to the Germans al)
restrictions, such as decartelisa-
tion, economic controls, and must
abandon limitations in industry
and reviews of legislation, The
armies of the three powers mus!
consider themselvey* simply a:
forces stationed extra-territorially
on German soil and not as occu.
pation troops,

Deheler said he wag not opposed
to the presence of Allied troops
in their present role, “on the von.
trary, I welcome every new divi-
sion to Germany. We cannot have
enough.”

“T agree with General Clay,
former American Military Goy-
ernor who said on Wednesday. that
war may come any day, When it
comes we will then regret that we
did not start building German
military formations sooner,”



months ago, Even if any prepara-
tions have been made anywhere
in the West they cannot be
enough, ”—Reuter



Englishwoman
Bound By
Moslem Marriage

LONDON, Oct, 27,
A judge ruled here to-day that
the daughter of an English Lord
would have to stay married to an
Ugyptian because she knew at the
weddiig he was entitled to have



tying to their relief, \
In the northeast the South
Korean Capital Division reported
stiff resistance at a point 40 miles
above Hungnam on the coast and
inland north of Pukchon,
15,000 Cut Off
Organised forces stili opposing
the United Nations in the north
were estimated at 20,000, Another
16,000 cut off by the Allied ad-
vanee were believed to be taking
part in harassing minor actions fr



the south :
Major General Yuje Heung,
commanding the South Korean

Second Corps said today, accord.
ing to front ling reports, that
40,000 Chinese Communists had
been thrown into the North
Korean battle to protect the vital
Yalu. River power plants,

He said they were taking part
in the fighting at Unsan, 45 miles
outhcor’ of the frontier,

South Koreans intended to cap-
ture these electricity plants and
particularly the Suigo dam which
pumps power to Siberia as well as
Manchuria and Kovea, he added,

This dam, 40 miles upstream
from Antung on the Manchurlan
side of the river wag built by the
Japanese in 1987, with switches on
the Korean gidg. Its loss would
cripple industry in the Manchu-
rian cities of Dairen and Mukden

South Korean authorities have

begun to enlist reservists between |

the ages of 17 and. 47 according
to Pusan Radio today, Reservists
were ordered to register by Octo-
ber 30 or he “severely punished,”
—Reuter,

LUXURY LINER ON
MAIDEN VOYAGE

NEW YORK, Oct, 27.
The Rio Jachal the new 10,500

|

jton Argentine luxury liner docked
here earlier to-day on her maiden

voyage from Buenos Aires
only 10 passengers,

The ship was given a
jtional, harbour welcome
city fireboats and noisy
from passing vessels ¢

with
| tradl-

from
salutes
she glided



Pieces 80] up the Plate River yesterday
far exeavited were said to be

similar to pieces found in Spain}class of luxury accommodation |

The Italian built liner has one

|for 116 passengers. Officials of the

Argentine line said that

jeign exchange regulations,

The Rio Jachal and sister ship|
mprove Yourjtion about life and customs in the) Rio de la Plata are the only Latin

| American lines in the Inter-Amer-
‘ican service,—-Reuter.

| t travel
r jby citizens of the Argentine had |
‘been drasticalty curtailed by for-

more than one wife,

The Honcurable Mrs, Marjorie
(lizabeth Risk, 33-year-old
{nughter of Lord Alvingham, ask-
ed in a divorce court for annul-
nent of the Moslem marriage she
{vent through at Alexandria,
tigypt, in 1938, Her husband was
| Abdul Hamid Mustafa Risk, He
‘id not defend the petition, After
the ceremony they lived in Egypt
intil Mrs, Risk came back to
Mngland with her daughter in
i048,

She claimed to-day that as an
Anglishwoman and a Christian,
her marriage was void from the
beginning since English law did
not recognise polygamy. But the
judge ruled that though the cere+
mony was in Arabic which she did
Hot understand, he was satisfied
she had a full knowledge of its
polygamous character,

Mr, Risk was entitled to have
two, three or four wives at the
jame time, but in fact he had not
married any other wife.

Lord Alvingham aged 61, was
a conservative of Parliament, an
was given a title in 1929,

Reuter,



|

| France Extends Military
| Service To 18 Months

PARIS, Oct, 27
to-day approved the Government

vice from 12 to 18 months,

Communist Deputies
against the Government's pro
posal, The Assembly also voted
to suppress all exemptions except
for physical fitness, »

a for educational reasons
will be maintained,

Under the Bill every fit French-
man will be available for military
service for 28 years—18 months in
uniform, three years In active re-
serve, 16 years in the first re-
serve and 74 years in the second
reserve,

Defence Minister Jules Moch
has told the Assembly that
France aims
of 900,000 men by 1953,

—Reuter,

|
Only 4 days left to win

$50.00 im the “Advocate”
Photo Competition,

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“We could have started six] Visitors to the Festival,

The French National Assembly |
proposal to prolong military ser!

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92-YEAR-OLD KING
GUSTAV SERIOUSLY ILL

STOCKHOLM. Ort. 27.

HE WORLD'S OLDEST MONARCH, 92-year-

old King Gustav, was gravely ill to-night after
collapsing at a cabinet meeting to-day.

Crown Prince Gustaf Adolf was summoned to
the Palace at Drottingholm by the principal Royal
physician, Dr. Hjalmar Casserman, and other mem-
bers of the Royal Family were gathering there this

tevnoon ,

Dr, Casserman told Reuter: “This is the King’s most
serious illness yet: He is in bed, but there has been no
change for the worse this afternoon.”

A Communique signed by three

doctors said that the king was
“extremely tired’ and had “‘pro-

’

nounced difficulty in breathing’
Only in January this year he
recovered from a eritical attack

of bronchitis, Early last year he
was so ill that he had to be ecar-
ried on stretchers from Parlia-
ment

Known as “the King who
fused to grow old,” Gustav has
become one of Europe’s most
loved figures, He is the oldest,
and at six foot seven inches the
tallest king in the world.

Ministers were surprised when
he collapsed, because, though he
seemed weak and ill he spoke
normally and showed interest in
Cabinet proceedings. But he was
conducted from the meeting in
an invalid chair and his head was
noticed drooping Kiy his
chest at times,

He had earlier received Foreign
Minigter Oesten Unden who re-
ported on his recent visit to the
United States to lead the Swedish
United Nations delegation. But he

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KING GUSTAY

ye * vas utable to see the two new
Amphibian Will foreign diplomats who were to
be present their credentt ils, and the
Tour W.1. Crown Prince received them in-

| stead,
we . Dr. Cosserman has been in al-
Advertising W.I. Festival | ost) constant. attendance at

Drottingholm since King Gustay
returned from his annual holiday
on the Riviera in the summer.

—Reuter

LONDON, Oct, 27.
A twin engined Sealand Am-
ohibian fying boat is to start next
month on a tour of the Americas
© baost Britain’s dollar export
rive and advertise next year's
“estival of Britain



SCOTS WANT HOME RULE

The tour will cover over 22,000

22 ‘ 17% ; 97
i Hide . re GLASGOW, Oct. 27.
miles and include 14 countries in An unofficial. Plebiscite among
iddition to West Indian colonies , ee meas

viaeey ' Scottish. electors om Thursday
The plane will carry the Festival)” iis sroduced a thumping
crest painted on its nose and at UB } M

najority in favour of setting up

sach gtopping place, information Parliament

1 separate Scottish

will be handed — out inviting The Sccttish National Coven-

shies ier Flights nt Committee Organization
ind demonstrations will be given yressing for Scottish home rule
The plane is to leave from Povt onducted the Plebiseite by send-

f-Spain, Trinidad and fly to} 8 voting cards to electors in the

Venezuela, Colombia, British Gu
ina, Brazil, Uruguay, Argentina
Paraguay and Chile,

icots’ own division of G'asgow

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route to Trinidad, it will head THE NEWS
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Haiti, Cuba, Miami ond New Ring 3118 Day or Night.
York. from there it will continue mE THE ADVOCATE
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CARIBBEAN







IS, Exeellency the Governor a Raison and the Police Band. will
yesterday completed his be there, and so wi'!l Santa Claus,
tour of Elementary Schools in Games of many kinds can pe PREMIERE
the island, by visiting Carring- enjoyed and there will be pony
ton’s Girls’, St. Giles Girls’ and rides for those who like them |
Boys’ and Belmont Girls’ Schools. Mother Alphonse, Ieadteache; | be
Mrs, Savage accompanied His of the School, to.d Carib yester- | th
oe this “i day that there will be many gifts } wi
ostpone on sale, and a wide variety t a
HAT aaa rain making choose from. There will be toys
2 of all descriptions, as well as use- Pi
the grounds of the
¥.MiP°C" so wet sha the wot ful household articles, some of be
ability that the Witch will be uns oe 8 Or eee Smokers 7
able to arrive in time due to the — 7
th , 7h “ Mother Alphonze hopes that
eu dane. “ar C.’s Hal- peop e will turn up in good num- 1 = -
posed to have en tonight en bers and help the worthy cause. f rience fis
had to be postponed until Sat- E : The Wi 0 expe OF ALL
urday Noy. 4th. It is hoped the os « Winter . Re
rote iri be ine enough | ah | ACK in the West Indies hoose “
landing on the cricket pitch on ; 5 Se “NeO J spending six monthgholiday e = ¢ | 8
the Y.M,P.C.’s playing field Nae im the United King is Mr ”
‘Ar Se ; “Gosh, 1 didnt know W. Duncan Thompghn, retired . 8
rriving Today grannies even had legs !.” Company Director Thompson ql
XPECTED to arrive this morn- & Co,, Ltd., Manufafffurers, Repre- W
ing from Canada are Mr. London Express Service sentatives of Por -—Spain. He
and Mrs. Erie Jones, They will N Look irrived here on Inesday eve- : @
arrive in Trinidad early this ew ning as an intran assenger on ; People of taste and re- fi a
morning oy T.C.A., and then fly E Marine Hotel has r the S.S. “Colombie’ , ba dye = om
On over by B.W.I.A. Charter arine Hotel has reno- He said that during his six finement find in their i : al
Flight. j vated their office and added months in Europe he _ visited : k
Mr. Jones is a representative of be yon — rooms acres France, Norway, Denmark and mellow goodness the it
the Farewell] rave) Service of Single. ey are now building Sweden and he was very glad to grea| tisfaction of
Toronto, Here only for the week- Quarters for the Manager and pe pack home to escape the winter ~~ ais ; B
end, they leave for Trinidaq ot, Some of the office staff. . and enjoy the salubrious climate outstanding quality. Fr
Monday, and also plan to visit The Hotel Royal will have of the West Indies, f
some of the other West Indian eight new rooms ready in a few

islands, _
Mr. Jones is looking over the
Caribbeafi area for his Travel

rived here on Sunday lefi} THIS LOVELY little French doll was seen by hundreds of Barba-
— im ty tb i Nees sane tke tesa Royal is 00 Thursday afternoon by B.W.LA.| ans when the “Colombie” paid its first post-war visit here. The eas si il en
- amd Mrs. Jones w e ~ for Grenada. Mr. Laws is Gen-| “Colombie” returns to Barbados tomorrow on its maiden voyage .

guests at the Marine Hotel.

Bright And Cheerful

KING a look zn at the Hoteis

in the hotel offices looked bright

weeks, Their office has bee
moved to another part of the
building and several other rooms

planning a big building scheme.
On the east side of the Hotel a
new wing is to be constructed,
consisting of a ground floor and

beauty salon and a “gift

Tourine Caribbean
R..F. A. J. LAWS who ar-

eral Manager of the New Found-
land Associated Fish Exporters,
and is visiting the various islands

back to Europe.

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f 5 With Royal Bank : .m. im!
in the Hastings area yester- three storeys. They also plan to eae ae with whom y n * " \ Wee anny waar cee oa 5 p.m ... and betray him!
day, I see that they are ail hap- and bevatal Siar aceakaee ne Also leaving. for Grenada on R. and uri. Bernard Collens Housewives { Paramount presents - - -
pily looking forward for the Thi th ill h ’ Thursday by B.W.LA. was Mr.|+ and their son Chris, ar- BOB HOPE -— RHONDA FLEMING
coming tourist season, Everyone y ee aes ain tain A. Grace, Managing Direc-|tived from Trinidad on Thursday ‘ LOVER” Samson fight < ‘ion
” ; . e s es eect
and cheerful. Except perhaps for ps for the benefit of their reife Pg 4 Me. — who tie oe he (Guide en THE GREAT bare-handed, crushing
one young lady, who had a pii2 Suests, or two weeks is wi ne ya 4 , ‘a 5 !
of letters. in front of her edna th Hotel Hastings have added w +e | Holtal Bank of Canada ‘in San Perhahu with Roland YOUNG — Roland CULVER — Richard LYON the beast to death!
i on six ni room nf do, Mrs. Lens 1 their son d SES TS. SSS SS hee
eee. ¢ et rooms, vated six others. In almost all On son's ee will re’ setae Tha dou a erage Prices of Carrots and Beets | ea Pena Re CEs ean nora rib
She was dealing with bookings Of the hotels there are workmen, R. BERTIE ROCK of the}«nd a half longer. when the “Advocate” check- | | Se
for the month of March 1951, and Putting on fresh coats of paint ‘Courtesy. Garage left for Mr. Collens is a brother-in- ed ponerter ae: tb. {Ki
she just didn’t see where she wa. ere and there, preparing for the Goong; on Thursday for a week’s} 2w to Mr. R. Norris, Acting Carro : nt ak it)

going to put all of the people,

Leaving England Tomorrow
R. K. N. R. HUSBANDS
Barbados Speaker and his

wife are returning to Barbados good. Most of the bookings are R. BERTRAM BOURNE one 1 “SAVAGE. SPLENDOR”
SY, = coe ge London on from Canada and the US. of the Attorneys of aoe Rainy Day R ADIO | Color by Technicolor

unday, Says Mr. Husbands “last : William Fogarty Ltd, and in e i SS”. E—EN ee
few days have indeed been Gifts At Convent Today charge of their office in Port-of- LTHOUGH yesterday was —" iS) ST APRERAL - MATINES' SODAL' 0.09 -(Cieap Frioss)
memorable and I wouldn't have OU may find that elusive, Spain is at present in Barbados on} /\ guch a wet day, the forty-six 1 Gilbert ROLAND in & Jimmy WAKELY in
missed the opening ceremony of He arrived from - ,

the new House of Commons for
anything.”

forthcoming “invasion” from the
north.

All of them say that bookings
throughout the season, especially

the first three months of 1951 are

hard-to-get present that you
want to give for Christmas if you

tor of Messrs, W. S. Monroe and

holiday, He will joim his wife
there, who left Barbados a few
weeks ago.

Short Holiday

a short holiday.
Trinidad on Sunday by B.W.LA.

morniag by

idministrative Secretary of C.D.
ad W., and he, his wife and son
ill be staying with the Norr'ses
t their home “Argyle” St. Law-
ance.

vurists from the Fort Townshend }*

tl seemed to be on shore either



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TO-DAY

Claudette COLBERT—Robert

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YOUNG—George
“BRIDE FOR SALE”—also—

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and 8.30 p.m.
BRENT in

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attend the Fair at the Convent Canadian Medico 10pping or touring the island. Sa SS SSS |
To Europe today, and at the same fate: you R. and Mrs. Edward Cote who ogi bt agen gO tnyenr ne mh SATURDAY. OCTOBER 28, 1950 ptey — |
WAISS ELSA HOLLINDER, An- wilt be doing your part in help- arrived from Trinidad a few e island, a e eg | ;
tigua’s P.A.A. secretary, flew ing the many poor children who days ago are from Victoriaville in] 1¢m could only have been tour- ce) oe Pe ee ee mise wean: | PLAZA Theatre mam OISTIN |
to Europe this week. During her]attend St, Patrick’s Catholic the Province of Quebec. They ar-| ‘ts, such were the odd looking | iinet ee ews from. Britain, | r |. TO-DAY & SUNDAY 5 and 8.30 p.m.
six weeks’ vacation she will be/School in Jemmott’s Lane. rived in Trinidad from Canada via} ats and colourful shirts that “hit} 2°15 p.m. What the Londoner Doesn't MONOGRAM’S EXCITING DOUBLE ACTION!
The Fair which is in aid of the New York by the Argentina and] 2€ eye” as the taxis drove past.| Know, 2.30 p.m. Music Parade, 3.30 ¢ Duncan RENALDO as Cisco KID .

visiting Italy and Germany.
e CROSSWORD



St. Patrick’s Daily Meals Fund
and the free elementary school

gets underway at 3 p.m, Captain

or ee a note . 5.30 p.m. Music for Dancing, 6.16 p.m. “CHINOO
. guais who were spending Rendezvous Players, 6.30 p.m. Bligh of : :
their honeymoon in _ Barbados, | the Bounty, 7 p.m. The News, 7.10 p.m. MIDNITE MATINEE (To-day) Saturday 28th

plan to stay here for two weeks.
They are staying at the Windsor
Hotel.



Spent Honeymoon Here
R. and Mrs. Jacques Le Fla-

staying at the Windsor Hotel leave



pm

Strike up the Music, 5 p.m. Listeners’
Choice,

News Analysis,
News,

7.45 p.m. Weekly Spo

Sports Review, 4 p.m. The News,
410 p.m, The Daily Service, 4.15 p.m. |

5.15 p.m, Programme Parade,

7.15 p.m. Behind the
5» Sum-



|

James O

with Kirby GRANT and The Wonder Dog

Johnny Mack BROWN i
“CROSSED TRAILS”



“IN OLD NEW MEXICO”
liver CURWOOD'S

Jimmy
& “PARTNERS OF TH

“WOLF ae

WAKELY in











































WA this morning after a happy holi- mary, 8 p.m. Radio Newsreel, 8.15 p.m, E TRAIL”
\ a anges eee - a eee Do you ‘Remember, 8.30 P m, Concert ‘
mere n nm ponic c Oy
drawactoe an. Montreal Stendard: 9" p.m. Ring up the poe teen {
‘ They leave by B.W.I1.A. for ° vege Poe 4 -
By BEACHCOMBER Trinidad, to join the T.C.A. flight io as ye eee eee lees | GAIETY (The Garden) ST. JAMES
or Canada. Close Down. TO-DAY & SUNDAY 8.30 Matinee Sunday 5 p.m.
MAN was told that there is | Y3ss0s9s999 $35$959$9S$S65S9SSS9S Warner's Top eee Mvssicalt ASE. -
no point in travelling far DON’T BE SNOBBISH : a aa ee ve
afield when you take a holiday. ABOUT WINE. BE SNIB- g FLA SH! % i DAUGHTER OF ROSIE O'GRADY” Color by.
They said to him, “You may go | BISH. TRY THE CLOS DE || % i" —— - aia TECHNICOLOR
round the world, but adventure is | S§NIBBO, MADE IN OUR , 9 MONDAY & TUESDAY 8,30 p.m.
at your elbow; perhaps at the | OWN LABORATORIES BY s BIG ADDED % “CRIME SCHOOL” & “ROAD GANG” ;
Across ;corner of your own familiar | OUR OWN CHEMISTS,
\. A modern civil servant ? (y) street.” So this man decided | PROM SPECIALLY [I ATTRACTION! 3:
4 preming!y eae Frain. (3) e test the truth = their words. GROWN C ANNED- ENG- ‘ ee
hela e set out one fine morning to LISH GRAPES. —
1 Hest cain cn ne | Maxey Foun Middents”” AB he | eee EMPIRE ‘
es’ Tavourite, (3 rode down his own familiar street. —- ——$________——
ii, L wager ,
13 Obviously hates the sole hat ‘to a cat darted out of a doorway, and French call _Moellon Brillat- EXCITING f ; ROYAL
be misshapen. (7 he was thrown into an open dust- Savarin TO-DAY 4.45 and 8.30 and
18. Just common ‘cheek, (3) bin. The dustman kicked his , ‘ TO-DAY and TO-MORROW

fire may bring

Continuing
ence, i)
\. “iP this less you find eternity.

William Shakespeare’s

broken bicycle into an area, where
it smashed a boy’s toy horse. The
boy's mother and father sent for
the police, the dustman accused

4.30 & 8.15
Republic Smashing Double
John WAYNE — George

AFRICA ABLAZE!
Ya First Time in Color!

What On Earth Is Going On?
QUESTION should be asked

Samson, chal-
lenged, hurl to
the earth the












the man of assault and battery, “about the position of the is. “ ” (gaby) Hayes
{and a woman leaned out of a win- Saucy Mrs. Flobster in an elec- ys MACBETH i on ‘ ha
dow and called him a filthy Fas- ‘icity strike. It has been denied “WAR OF TH stines!
cist. He was arrested for causing that this absurd ship is under any — Starring — E }
a disturbance, for being drunis in ¢lectrical authority. Why should WILDCATS”
charge of a bicycle, for obstructing She be? She is certainly no part of Orson Wells.
a dustman, and for using insulting the Navy or the Merchant Service. And
language to ‘he boy's father. Ad- oe ve 8 eee one craft, ‘A is
venture, he realised, may be at the #S the housekeeper who is em- :
corner of your own familiar street, Ploved by Admiral Sir Ewart ROXY “SHERIEF OF * r
Faoaigeon to prevent complete dis- LASVAGAS ”’ | Samson, armed with
: integration and to stop boys on the r i
Come Into The Kitchen embankment throwing stones, is be ypu Me . Starring . ; the jawbone of an
paid by the Government. It is not oY, GBM GS, a
(With Mrs, Whelkstuffer) {he Admiral but the journalists Col i i Wild Bill Elliott Bobby oa of Ph ane
who call her his flag-ship. The Ad- olumbia Bik} Double Biake. \ sue

ERE is a lovely way to use up

your spare bits of stale bread.
Pound the bread in a big bowl.
Pour a little vinegar over it. Stir
in a tablespoonful of dried egg
and a teaspoonful of tinned radish
extract. Warm in the oven. with-
draw, and add sardine paste and
a sprig of mint. This is what the

—_—

miral, in his capacity of Governor
of Lots-road Power House, has
nothing to say. His office is on the
third floor of a steam laundry in
Keldon-street, taken over by the
Chelsea Statistical Society and
Census Board. There he works in
sordidness and squalor, And there
the martyr rests at present.

Desi ARNZ, — Mary soldiers!

HATCHER

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SATURDAY, OCTOBER 28, 1950 PAGE THREE

‘Robin Sinks: WING CROSHY
Crew Swim

— ADVOCATE

HARBOUR LOG |











IN BARHBADEPsS












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constitute all matter are held
together. This theory played an
important part in the subsequent
growth of chemistry. With Sit

S.S. Cherbourg, 4,396 tons net, Capt.
Andre Ranchere.. frém Le Harve
S.S. Fort Townshend, 1.943 tons net,
Capt. O'Hara, from Grenada

M.V. Vagabond Prince, 269 tons net,
Capt Crouse, from Puerto Cabello.

DEPARTURES
143 tons net.

Pollard, of Dunlow Lane, Cuth-!
bert Gilkes of Bay Land and |
Laurie Gay of Beckles Hill, They |
were swimming for about two
miles before they were taken up|
by a moses which was hauling |

Sch, Lucille M. Srith, Sch. Emanuet i
Cc. Gordon, Sch Zita Wonita, Sch |
e | Burma D., Sch. Bverdene, Sch. Mary | Sir, Edward ,
or wes += Care »line, M.V Servitor, Sch Anita |
| M., Sch. Entefprise §., Sch. Lochinvar
Sch. Harriet Whittaker, Sch. Timothy F; I
| . ir
: | A. H Vanstuytman Sch Cyril E ran an
THE three-man crew of fishing | ls arth M.V. Moneka, Sch. Laudalpha,
boat “Robin” had to swim for, | Seb pene | Pagrem wet RG the first to develop
their lives at dawn yesterday;
yes yj ARRIVALS alen hic!
when their boat sank about three | } a ¥ e B. Radar, 1'6 tons net. Capt the theory of send» hich
mil 7 = rehibold, from St. Lucia
â„¢ off South Point lighthouse | | SS. C. G. Thulm, 1,327 tons net, explains how the atoms tat
ie crew was skipper Frank Ss .pt. Hoegberg, from New York .
|

fish pots. .
Cuthbert Gilkes who has eet | Tar YA = eaters, ° .
going a-fishing for 19 years tole | Capt. Hoegberg. ton, oui a rae Norman Lockyer, Brittsh

~ astronomer, Frankland discovered

the existence of helium in the sun. In addition, he was one of the leading authorities on
water supply, and instituted a system for the periodic examination of water for bacteria

the Advocate that the boat was
sunk by. a driving squall from the | |
Southwest, “I never thought that |
a big boat could have sunk sv |
quickly,” he said. “As soon as the |
wind struck her she was down.” |

The men saved nothing, They |
even had to strip to be able to
swim at ease.

The “Robin” left its mooring

In Touch With Barbados
Coast Station

Cable and Wireless (W.1.) Limited
advise that they can now communicate
with the following ships through their
Barbados Coast Station:

S.S. Rangitoto/GLMV, S.S._ Virzo-



which brought him widespread renown.
Bom in Churchtown, Lancashire, in 1825, Fronkland was apprenticed to a druggist
at the age of twenty to study chemistry. In 1858

on

hansteen, S.S. Loide Uruguay. 8.5 “La
Coubre/FOFG, S.S. Trya,
ern Atlantic, S.S. Fede,

Goes further

S.S. South-
S.S. Strom-



BP Meceny led gs coe drag d Sa boll, 5.8. Dolly Madison, 8.8. Cher- in Lancaster until he went to London

king fish bank, but sank before | sey a “anor bedeeard Camas less petro I College, Manchester. Returning to

it got there, Naranjo, S.8- Ponce, S/S" Dolores, 5:3. he was appointed professor of chemistry at Owens College, Manchester. ming
Its owner, Arnold Pinder of London in 1857, he held appointments at St. Bartholoméw’s Hospital, The Royal Institution

Tents s.3. ae Transporter, S.S Me
Beckles Hill, St, Michael, built Argentina WMDS." S.S_'“Pueblo/KONY, The New
the boat for $950. It made its| . SS. Carat Paes: S

first fishing voyage on October H i LLM N ; ad

7 and up to yesterday Pinder had

only got about $10 ou cf ‘t ,
catehes, It was insured for $100. With Plus-Fower Engene

| and The Royal School of Mines. He was President of the Chemical
|
Society fiom 1871-3, and of the Institute of Chentistry from 1877-80.
The Royal Society awarded him its highest honour~the Copley Medal—

Ppa = s.s
-S. June Crest,
G

|
}

El Ss.
| Dunstan, S.S. Caraibe, S.6. Celilo, $.S.
3 een

s.s. .
; S.S. Willemstad,
SS. Golfiten, SS Olimpia. S.S. Fort

CROSBY at the Baggage Warehouse







! Aino /LIRW, Norafonn, 8.8. : ‘ : .
yy ‘atic 894. Frankland was knighted in 1897, five years before his death.
Red Grow Saves, Jo You Remembeer? “Hie CREA £0.. LTD. mile ate ark

3.8.

ed 1 ’ poeg Ragnhila Schanche.
Barbuda 8 SS. Meline, S.S. Bachaquero, $

oor Hy 0. S. Coppin |W $3. | Gampantes “SS “8
Daily Bread * Rule indian, “S'8. Lembulun 8°

HORSES brought Bing Crosby, the star of
screen, to Barbados on Wednesday, September 3,
did not actually arrive on horseback. He arri~-<—d by the
American Liner S.S. “Argentina,” intransit for South
America where he intended buying some hors<=s for his
stable.

= adio and
1941. He

(From Our Own Correspondent) |
ST, JOHNS,

The Ant.guan Red Cross Society

ceased their major distribution of

food and clothing on 13th Octo-

ber, During fheir six weeks of

Seawell

ARRIVALS By B.W.1.A.L
pore MAQUETIA : George
Dori.

Gray, |
s Shersen, Alberto 3

fernandez





work after the hurricane of Au- Carlota Hernandez

gust 3lst they distributed nearly| ~ Reena aac B “nse pons ae a f<—w hours in Wi hane ae ees Gajohten

forty tons of relief goods to the arbacios but he dick =zet escape| ror TRINIDAD: Ha ® which wins Test Matche Ales. ieiniddiat

distressed. On one occasion they YoungOffendersGet the clutches of the “7 & gilant curi0} Moore, Eepidio Serre,” Spoor Serra. | ves, : Soe tare

chartered a sloop “Sea Breeze” to ° seliers and autograe¢g>F hunters, Ramee Yarde, Joan Huggins, Elvira | energy to athletes, restores and sustains |
7 5 < : uggins, Marie Stuart-Ws , Baa ; if ;

carry to Barbuda, tents, and Private Rooms In once word had spreaec
this farmous crooner
bados.

When the Press ca"2g@ht up with
him after a frantic Cleese that took
them to the Hospitai. the Aquatic
Club, the Club ores. Goddard’s

“sw as in Bar-| Stephen Lai Fook ' infant feed

For VENEXZU : ig in cases of acidosis, matiutriti

ground’ sheets loaned from Trin-
idad, along with food, clothing
and medical supplies. Barbuda
jwas unable to make bread as all
of their ovens were damaged, so
quantities of bread were régular-

Norah Hart, John |
Hart, Barbara Stone, Esteban Lapiera. |
Antonio Maso, Olga Vivas, Emma
Prendes, Elsa Rodriguez, Hurold Horan, |
Margaret Horan, Virginia Bremessino.
For GRENADA: Enid Linard, Eva

and feveris)) conditions.
Always

Georgetown Gaol

(From Our Own Ske egal
GEORGETOWN, Oct.,
Mr, §. G, Baker, aa ceetitande

ask for the Cow & Gate bran

ly despatched to that island.

In the last week packages were
given to clergy of all denomina-
tions for distribution, Only on one
oecasion before the public eye did
relief goods appear to get into
unlawful hands and that was when
a truckload of packages was raid-
ed on arrival at the store house
in spite of having police protec-
tion.

Governor Joins Library

His Excellency . the Governor
and Mrs, Blackburne have be-



come members of the Antigua
Public Library,

LESS BEER

LONDON.
Stronger beer was introduced in



{8
|



May but beer consumption in
Britain for the first eight months
of 1950 drépped "by about half. a
million bulk barrels, compared
with the same period last year.

ent of Prisons at Georgetown, an-
nounced today that it is planned
to transfer the greater portion of
the City’s gaol population to H.M
Penal Settlement on the Mazurini
River where a new block of
buildings is presently under con-
struction, Wh hen this is done the
entire wooden block at George-
town, boasting the most modern
and roomy cells for a West Indian
prison, will be reserved for young
offenders.

With a block exclusively re-
served for the young men, the
system put into operation recently
by Superintendent Baker of segre-
gating them from older and more
seasoned prisoners will be more
complete.

The need for a “Borstal” has
been emphasised by magistrates
and Ministers time and again, and
while veserving the block at
Georgetown is commendable So-
cial Welfare observers are still
4| pressing for the establishment of

«ta Borstal in the fullest meaning of

Stanley Strong, chairman of the | the word,

Allied Brewery Traders’ Associa.
tion, said beers were back to about
90 per cent of pre-war strength
but the trade was hard hit by the
high beer tax, fou times higher
than before the war. ie



Police Superintendent

(From Our Own Correspondent)
ST. JOHN’S Antigua,
A. Burnham has been
Superintend-

Mr. R,
appointed Assistant
ent of Police in
Islands, Mr. Burnham has served
in the Police since 1936, in 1938
being appointed an Assistant In-



NS aie ; .
Training Policemen
(From oT Own Correspondent)

T, JOHN’S Antigua.

The Romptvolier for Develop-
ment and Welfare has agreed to
provide an allocation of money in
order to permit the training of
three non-commissioned officers
and one constable in criminal in-
vestigation and detection work in
Antigua.

These men will undertake this

the Leeward | course at Police Headquarters in

Trinidad, and the course will last
for five months.
This grant is made from the

Sedgley, Eli Rod
Restaurant and mos of the prin- PauNon Archer, Fo Ae 3, Laws, Wittens |
cipal streets of Bxr-®<#getown, he | Grace, Geo Benson.
was about to feawe ihe Baggage | ine elie Ort ow Comite
Warehouse to réturr: == board in the | Albert "Parkes, SyADed Svetwiiien |
afternoon. Walter Milne oes
Dressed in a jit®e=2r-bug shirt,



decorated with dolpE.@2u1s and worn
outside the pants, h<— paused, with
the inevitable pipe 2 his mouth
to chat with the E-=
He said that he wees on his way
to South America tc» choose some
of the horses he there to take back= ~with him to |
the U.S.A.

Bing Crosby at
only owned a larga<=
owmed a racetrack as well, the
Del Mar Track in Sam, Diego.

Crosby was quit<_— genial and
never seemed to re2 2d the auto-
graph hunters. = — posed for a
photograph for ar tographer and ther= =made his way
to the launch that “took him back
to the ship and at — Re same time
took away the gre<=etest radio and
film personality ewe=2— to have land-
ed in re!

Home Products
Sell Well

THE Home Products Depart-
ment of Messrs.
and Co. Ltd., is doing a fine trade
tH rat time not especially at this time of the year
stable but!in the sale of marmalades, jams,
guava jellies, guava cheese, con-
fectionery and pepper sauce.

Some of the profits of this trade
go to local makers from various
parts of the island who supply the
articles throughout the year.

Miss Nancy Southwell who is at
present in charge of the depart-
ment told the “Aidvocate” yester-
day that they sell on the average
16 bottles of pepper sauce a day
and the majority is bought by
Bing T>> ay proprietors of boarding houses.
The latest about airy Crosby is
that he has rece===tly returned
ifrom a tour of KE ==azrope.

He has been liw=_=@ for the past
ten years at tie
Holmby Hills wit®® Tris wife Dixie

She said that guava jelly, guava
cheese, marmalade and peanut
butter are greatly in demand as
some people purchase them to
send to their relatives and friends
overseas while others purchase

and four sons. ’ ;

Siaus punken Siaseebeah 9 yet | oe ib eee cent dbetiicte
but 70% of this a ernment in taxe=> - He therefore which was’ intro@uaced a &

utilises most of his “ime in making
He Baas just com-
<
and already, people are enquiring
after it. Another product is mango
chutney. This is a mixture similar
to pepper sauce and made of
green mango and pepper. Al-

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Other local products sold at the
pa ay are sisal pags,
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Saturday, October 28,

HOLIDAYS

THE controversy which arose when holi-
days with pay was a subject engaging the
attention of the Legislature appears to
have died a natural death. Yet those who
suffer because there is no provision to
force the unwilling employer are still with
us. ees ;

No reputable firm in Barbados is to ‘be
found among those who expect “an em-
ployee to work the whole year round with-
out a holiday or contend that if-he must
have a vacation he should enjoy it at-his
own expense.

. Big business executives are too shrewd
to uphold such a contention. They aim at
efficiency.and they know that a jaded ~
worker cannot give of his best. They know
that the money spent on paying the mem-
bers of their staffs while on holiday is a
sound investment which pays highly
remunerative dividends. ..,





Some of the smaller shop keepers still
need enlightening however, They are in-
clined to take the narrow view that when
an employee is not working then money

expended on his wages is.a dead loss. But -

even the small shopkeeper is beginning to
discover that he can expect greater output
from-a healthy and. contented. employee. =~

The same enlightenment however. can-
not be claimed for many- ‘who employ
domestic servants. Naturally there are
some employers whose conduct is above
reproach. This type is to be found among
the more wealthy w.10 employ more than
one or two servants and the absence of one
on holiday does not disorganisé the“hotise
or place the full burden-of the cooking and
house work on the shoulders of the house-
wife. 5

It is undoubtedly difficult for housewives
of limited means and with a family of
children to undertake the full work in-
volved in running a home even for two
weeks of the year.

It is of course done in other parts of the
world where none of the lower income
class would be able to employ a domestic
at any time of the year. But in those coun-
tries labour saving devices have been in-
vented to do the work of the domestic
servant. ees nialty

The fact tha‘ any labour saving device
in this island is beyond the of the
pocket of the housewife in the medium and
lower level income= braekets’ makes it
almost impossible to legislate in this island
for two weeks holiday with pay for domes-
tic servants. But failure.to enact legisla-
ture should nof ¢lose the door on any
attempt to bring relief to domestic ser-
vants. Housewives could set up associa-
tions or clubs in different districts. where
they could meet and discuss matters of
this nature’ and work out schemes by
which help could be given to householders
during the period when the domestic ser-
vant is enjoying’a well-earned holiday
with pay. t

Such clubs could be of inestimable value
to the community... They could keep a
check on the cost of living and could give
accurate information to the Government
concerning the ‘ise in, price in various
commodities with their opinion as Ao
whether the rise was justified.

The housewife should begin to play her
part in building a better Barbados.



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India, ‘for 28 days late
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Until today only
bare details were
known of the devas-
tating earthquake
which rocked Assam
province of eastern

es
L

‘Griffiths

authority
and. adviser to the

{

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on Assam
| Indian Tea Associa~
}

tion, presents the first

dramatic picture of
what actually hap-
pened.

IT is @ great thing to be able to
sleep at night, free from fear.
The people of Fastern Tibet do
not enjoy this blessing, for earth-
‘oo’ being oe threat of death
terri e frequency—but we
hear little of their thouhies,

Next t@ Tibet is the populous
and prospirous province of Assam,
where the mighty Brahmaputra
emerges from the Himalayas and
where most:of our best tea is
grown.

The 10,000,000 people of Assam.
do not normally share the Tibetan
terror, but on August 15, in the
midst of Independence Day cele-
brations, they suffered one of the
worst earthquakes ever experi-
' enced in India.

| Weeks of Fear

For nearly four weeks shocks,
too numergus to record, kept them
in nightly tear.

Hundreds of thousands slept
in the opén, but could not feel
safe, for in an earthquake great
chasms appear suddenly, and the
very earth seems to open and
swallow up whatever is on it,

It is the most frightening and
demoralbing of all natural phe-
nomena.

The matin shock lasted just over
two minutes, It was violent
that in» Caleutta, 500 les away,
the pen of the recording seismo-
graph Was thrown off the machine.

Scientists therefore, did not
Know. howrbad it was, But many
ordinary folk knew'only too well.



Pig. deg ;
One British planter ran upstairs
| to earry his baby to safety. The
house was swaying so violently that
he could ‘hardly’ reach the, bed-
| room. Electric gans were almost
swinging to’ the’ ceiling.

| Held, in- Vice *

He got outside with the ‘child,
to safety as he thought, when the





BARBADOS ADVOCATE



earth opened up,
and held him, up to the waist, as
in a vice.

closed again,

He passed the baby to a British
assistant—and then he, too, was
half swallowed up.

Again the child was rescued,
and after a few minutes the men
extricated themselves— without
their slippers.

Great jets of water began
to spurt out of the ground
and in one of these the slip-
pers were ejected.

When these men tell the story
to their grandchildren nobody
will believe it.

Stranger adventures came to
the Brahmaputra and its tribu-
taries.

Immediately after the first
shoeks the Subansiri river, famous
for its fish remained at a surpris-
ing low level.

Fled into Trees

Four days later it reappeared
in all its fury and swept over the
countryside, Granaries were
destroyed, homesteads were sub-
merged, and people fled into the
trees,

At, Dibrugarh, a big town, a
bore, or. wave, raced down the
Brahmaputra, to the accompani-
ment of thunderous noises. The
wer fel) eight feet and gave off
umes .

Two days later it came on in
high flood—just as suddenly as
it had fallen—bringing with it
millions of dying fish.

No one knew whether the fish
were safe to eat or not, but food
.was scarce, and the loca) fisher-

-men- were missing no chances,

In, Golaghat, in the centre of
Assam, the prison walls fell down
and prisoners walked out—only
to return later in need of food.



ApvOeTE | When the earth opens and
The waters dry up



Gaping. fissures sweep
through private houses
in Jorhat.

Nightmare Road

The main road through Assan
is a nightmare. Here and theri
are huge gaps while in betweei
the road has been compresse:
into strips too narrow even fo
a bullock cart, and set at an:
angle from horizontal to perpen
dicular.

It will be weeks before this
famous road, which carried
so many British, Indian and
American troops to Imphal
or Kohima in the war, can
be restored.

The railway line parallel with |
it was distorted in many places
and bridges were damaged; but
Karnail Singh, a Sikh engineei
with a reputation for achieving
the impossible, has been at work
and trains are running again.

Assam is a land of tea ano
many tea gardens lie in the
striken area,

Besides being grown, tea has to
be manufactured and the leaf
houses, where the green leaf is
withered, and the factories wher.
it is rolled and fired, are almost
as important as the bushes.

Doing Without

On some gardens leaf-houses
have collapsed but somehow or
other the planters are doing with-
out them; and where factories or
machinery have been damaged
makeshifts have been devised.

But it is on the morale
of the people that the dis-
turbance has had most effect.

Terror stricken labourers havc
had to be reassured and hela
together. Action has been taker,
against local dealers, who woulc
not miss an excuse for a black
market.

Mr. D. C. Hodson, a leading
planter in Assam and chairman
of the local tea association ha
just completed a tour of inspec-
tion.

eeepc iimes
gen enema



He says: “On some gardens
today they are living in acute
discomfort—bungalows damaged
some without water or light,
carrying on with very little sleep
and acheiving the immpoosible.”

Panic;stricken

We do know churches, schools,



B:G. Had Six
Road Deaths
In 1950

(Our Own Correspondent)

GEORGETOWN, Oct. 24.
There were 1,374 road accidents in British

juries received,

Up to the end of September, 1950, there
were 1,012 road accidents in which 322 por-
ions were injured, six of whom died as a
result of the injuries received.

During 1949 seven drivers were charged
vith manslaughter, while 7,477 persons were
convicted for breaches of the traffic ordin

less driving, and 10 for driving whilst unde:
the influence of alcohol.

As a result of these eohvictions 24 drivers
had their licences suspended and fines total-
ling $27,332 were imposed.

Pedal cyclists provide most worry for

were involved in

accidents, 584 private
cycles, 49 motor vans, 3 motor ambulances,
161 animal drawn vehicles and one fire en-
gine.

During last year the Traffic Department
licensed 4,117 vehicles and 751 arivers were
examined, all of which earned $138,272 in
revenue,

For the period January to September, 1950,
pedal cyclists continue to top the list
having been involved in 580 accidents. Other
accidents were caused by 433 private cars,
299 hire cars, 72 buses, 83 lorries, 91 motor
cycles, 34 vans, 105 animal drawn vehicles.
and 2 locomotives.

As a result of these (1950) accidents 14
drivers were suspended from holding licen-
ces and fines totalling $16,228 were inflicted

More than 500 more vehicles were licensed
for the first nine months of this year than
for the whole of 1949, and $149,380 was

derived as revenue from this source as well
as from the examination and granting of
driving licences to new drivers.



Tropical Fish Farm
For B.G.

(Our Own Correspondent)

GEORGETOWN, Oct. 24.
Belgium-born Meurice Vandepoel, Manag-
ing-Director of Exotic Fisheries of Miami,
Florida, owners of one of the largest fish
farms in the world, is on a visit to Mr. Louis
Chung, and together they plan to set up the
first tropical fish farm in the Colony.

After extended visits to the rivers and

public offices and houses have| creeks that abound in the Colony Mr. Van-
been destroyed in great numbers | depoel told Pressmen that there are many

In the town.of Jorhat alone,| species of aquariura fish here that are not
5,000 people are homeless today; | jassified by the world authorities. Together

while in Dibrugarh, nearer to the

centre of the disturbance, hardly ; with Mr. Chung he plans extensive explora-

a single brick house remains un-
damaged.

Normal life has been completely |
disrupted and the people have
been seized by panic. Assam has
indeed suffered a major disaster.

London Express Service.;



tion of the upper reaches of the British Gui-

/ana rivers for the purpose of catching these
fish, conditioning them and breeding them
in large numbers for exportation to the
U.S.A.



Guiana in 1949 in which 239 persons were
injured, 20 of whom died as a result of in-

ance. Of these 35 were for driving defective {
vehicles, 160 for careless driving, 9 for reck-

traffic cops. During 1949 800 pedal cycles

motor cars, 73 buses, 138 lorries, 113 motor




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OUR READERS SAY:

Road Safety
The Editor, The Advocate,
SIR,—Your torial ‘Traffic

Block” in today’s issue is a timely
warn'ng and should not be read
and just cast aside by those in
authority.

An example of one of these
difficult Major Road crossings is
Welches Road. On many occa-
sions, I have seen motorists and
cyclists, after stopping at the
studs have had to avoid a collision
vith some other vehicle rushing
from Government Hill.

At this major stop there is a
clear view of any vehicle coming
up Arthur's Hill, but as we are
unfortunately not blessed with
X-Ray vision of Superman,
*“here is only a limited view of
Govermment Hill and if one is
not careful to creep a few feet
farther to see whether there is
any on-coming traffic, then the
inevitable occurs.

Permit me also to add to the
danger mentioned under your
headline “Road Safety” one which
has been overlooked for quite a
while. The nonchalant way in
waich the drivers of horse drawn
vehicles flash their whips, have
Feen a constant source of worry
to the cyclist and pedestrian,
Those chaps, as if they are about
to administer a flogging to some
unfortunate slave, swish their
cow-hide whips in a flowing cir-
cle. causing the pedestrian or
cyclist passing them to rush into
the street to avoid being struck;
this is offen done vo the dismay
of some passing motorist. Woe
unto you if you are so stupid as
to ask the fellow vo be a bit more
eomsidernte for other road users
for there is a t'dy heap of abuse
thrown after you.

It would. be. good if something
can be done about vhese little
things, with so much road safety
talk in the air, for I have often

. spoil the vine,”
KENNETH

sid

heard it said, “The little foxes

F. HARRIS.
Ebenezer, » :
King George Road,
Bank Hall, sae

October 26, 1950.
Funeral Blocks
othe Editor, The Advocate—

The Motorists’ have done —

all in their power to, assist the

hways . and rt Board
and the Police Department in
the carrying out of the regula-

tions and are glad to see you
drawing attention to certain
defects, there is one however,
you have overlooked and that is
the control of traffic with respect
to the “Major Road regulations”
at funerals. Can you imagine
the delay... that .is -caused at
funerals «when coming from say
Hastings or, Belleville, just to
mention two areas; having to
Stop at Roebuck Street corner,
Magazine Lane’ corner, and
King's Street corner. On one
occasion I saw the police report
a Motorist for not stopping, but
I did not see the case reported
so I guess it must have been
dropped.

The authorities should arrange
for policemen to be at the several
points to direct the traffic and so
save delay and or presecutions
in respect to Motorist going to
and returning from funerals.

Spoken News
To the Editor, The Advocate,

SIR,—While I realise. that
Radio Distribution does lots of
good, still there is room for
improvement, I hear the same
old records played over and

over

As their programme is a form
of entertainment, they should try
to avoid the monotony, also
morning programmes should be
different from evening. Advertis-
ing also should be made more

attractive. *F! amnot ip favour
at all oftheir logal news as this
can be ¥é in the daily paper.
Some oftheir . progr es are
definitely» ew y must
be on the lookout for better ser-
vice, also the B.B.C, The time de-
voted to local news could be
given to West Indian speakers
and artists,
~=""* BEST WISHES.

Boat Wanted

To The Editor, The Advocate—
SIJR,—Kindly ‘allowame to draw,
to
those in author
ty the conditions existing in the”

‘Carrington’s Village area, especial -
ly the road known as Hunter’

oad. Whenever there is a rain-
fall, this road is entirely impas-
sable, one cannot get to and from
work unless they are prepared to
wade through up to their ankles
or carry a collapsible boat and tu
make matters worse, there is a
heavy refuse truck which comes
through every morning. The ma-
jority of people who live in this
road were. only able to purchase
the land on which their houses
gees because they were forced to
.do so or move their houses, but
they cannot afford to make any
repairs to the road themselves, and
will be glad if Government would
take over these roads and make
them better, ~ ’

‘ A RESIDENT.

‘They got the ‘dea from
Colombo.”



London Express Service

College-without-a-tie starts
With handicap of 600 years

OXFORD,

Oxford went vo sleep one night
» university of 31 colleges.

But it woke up to begin the new
Michaelmas term a_ university
with 32, The 32nd: St. Antony’s
Oxford's first new general founda-
tion since Victorian times,

St. Antony’s College i. the
brain child of a French millionaire
merchant mandarin, M, Antonin
Besse. In Aden, where he
amassed his fortune trading with
vhe Arabs, he brooded on the men
who helped him make it. He dis-
covered they had one common
denominator: an Oxford educa-
tion. ‘

He decided to give £1,500,000 to
that university, most of it to
endow a new college.

M, Besse visualised an enlarged
scheme of Rhodes scholarships
brought up to date and modified
to embrace men from his own
beloved France. As he is French,
a proportion of the sludents will
always be French too.

Action ...

Such was his dream. Two
years ago, and already rising 76,
he decided he wanted action on
tT. The university appointed
Frederick William | Dampier
Deakin as Warden—av 37 he is
Oxford’s youngest college head—
and M. Besse got his action.

Warden Deakin, DS,O., a
quiet-voiced, sandy haired man of
raiddle height, is used to action
and a life of swiftness. He was
the first Briton vo contact Tito
during the war, is also a personal
friehd of Mr. Churchill. He has
worked with Winston on many
of his books, and he is one of
Oxford’s premier history scholars.

Tomorrow he is taking time off
from lecturing on history ‘vo

By JAMES LEASOR

make some himsclf. His college
starts out to catch up the 600-
year start most other Oxford
foundations have — Merton,
Qxford’s oldest, opened in 1274.
Here, in St. Antony’s, every-
thing is new; every problem
provides ivs own precedent. The
university’s youngest college is
also ivs smallest. It starts this
first term with only seven stu-
dents. Two are French, two
American, and three British.

‘Go Ahead ...

Tney iive, sleep and work in
a grey stone neo-Gothic build'ng
halffa mile up Oxford’s Wood-
stock-road. Before Vhe war it
was an Anglican nunnery, After-
wards, a hostel for graduates.

Mr. Deakin only got the official
go-ahead from senior university
authorities this summer, For him,
snee then, life has been a cease-
less round of visits, telephone
calls, and letters. Now the college
has grown about him. Last night
ae sat in his tiny office and spoke
of its growing pains.

“Our first job is to graft our-
selves on to the rest of the
University, We don’t want to
become just a dormitory for
senior studenvs. You learn of
life from people, not from books,

“The college is open without
any discrimination of race or
religion or creed. We want the
Oxford ideas of tolerance and
culture to go round the world.”

Two men who knew Mr. Deakin
when he was an undergraduate
at Christ Church are taking part

in Oxford’s greatest twentieth-
century venture. They are Fred
Wheatley, steward of St. Antony’s

a charming, balding man whse

23 years of college service make
him the perfect blend of Jeeves
and the Admirable Crichton; and
his assistant, Henry Lewenden,
also with 23 years’ college
service.

Said Wheatley, in white apron
and black tie: “Oxford's not
likely Yo see anything like th’'s
again in our lifetime. If I could

afford it I'd work for nothing just |}

to be here.”

Also here and busy is pretty
bi-lingual Monna Besse, a girl 01
great charm and daughter of the |}
patron.
effice work Wranslating French |;
applications for admission, ;

Tonight in university clubs and
senior common rooms, where dons ;
gather over port and learning,
there is discussien about the new
college’s name. Romantics sug-
gest thay it eomes from the

legend of St. Antony of Padua, |}

the saint lost

things.

who discovers

Others the blunt |!

family motto of Antonin Besse:

point to

more in you,

‘I Was There’
Everyone agrees vhat is the best
maxim for this youngest college
ef all, Oxford’s only college
without a crest, a tie, or a Rugger ;
team, :

It is a motto thay Mr. Deakin
with h's seven foundation mem-

bers and those who come after
will live and teach. Years hence!
they will make an old man’s!
dream aé fact, and people ye}
unborn will be proud to say:|
“But I was at St. Antony’s....”

—L.E.S.

;

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She lives in digs, does |}!

Where, they ask, could | |))

he be more at home than in |(;
Oxford, vhe home of lost causes’ ik

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Planters
Smiling Thru —

THE MANAGERS, planters,
bookkeepers and overseers that |
visited the City yesterday were all |
smiling, They are all pleased with |
the rainfall and more than pleased |
with the progress of the canes

Mr. Fred Ingram, who has been |
at Turner's Hall for 23 years, told }
the Advocate yesterday that the |
eanes in St. Andrew are looking |
very well. So far for the year he
has recorded 68 inches and they
are still getting a good rainfall.

Mr. Ingram was winner of a
Silver Cup at the Annual Indus-
trial Exhibition last year for the
best group of canes. He took this
Cup from Mount Wilton who were |
holding it since 1943. He hopes to
retain it this year.

He raid that in the Haggatts and
King Street area some of the |
canes that were showing good
signs, were washed away owing to
strong currents of water. He has
never seen so many landslides in
his life as he had seen at Turner's
Hall this year. He had to cut down
some of the trees to save them be-
ine taken away by the slides.

Mr. Ingram said that the ra-
toons are looking fine. The yams
are not promising, but the corn is |
doing fairly well. Sweet potatoes
were planted late. |

Mr. George Gill, a_ retired |
planter of Pleasant Hall, St. Peter. |
said that they experjenced a fairly |
good rainfall. Thé canes made
much progress, especially in July
and August, but he feels that from
Speightstown to St. Lucy, includ- |
ing Pleasant Hall and Welchman |
Hall, have not ‘been getting as
good a rainfall as other parts
of the island. In his district the
new variety of canes such as the |
B37161 are not measuring up to}
expectatings and he has noticed
some low ratoons. +]

Better Results
He said that he was told that
two inches and 30 parts fell at the ;
Rock Plantation on Sunday while
they only had one inch at Pleas- |
ant Hall. :









|

St. Giles’ Girls’ School and

CAKE FOR

St. Lucy told the Advocate that

: Alf He and Mrs. Savage, accom-
Mr. C. Banfield of Friendship, | panied by the Director ot Educa-

tion, visited the St. Giles’s Boys’

he is extremely pleased with the | and Girls’ Schools, the Carring-



rainfall and the look of the canes.
it was a little dry at the begin- |

ton’s Village Girls’ School and the
Belmont Girls’ School yesterday

ning of the year, but although St. | morning
Lucy is in the dry area they are The attendance at the schools
still getting better results than | was not up to full strength on ac-
last year. So far they have record- | count of the rain, but a keen in-
ed only 50 inches while other terest was taken in all the activi-
places recorded as much as 60 or | ties.

70 inches. They did not ar The visitors first went to the
many ratoons but those that were | Carrington’s Village Girls’ School

planted are doing extremely well.

Mr. Reynold Field of Vineyard,
St. Philip, said that St. Philip is
also getting its share of the good
rainfall. So far he has recorded 58
inches and in his opinion the ra-
toons are doing much better than
jast year.

He said that the Spring potatoes
that he has planted have not
reached a high standare ‘it the
yam crop is looking good. fi :sn-
e al. he feels that the conditicis vw

uate are much better the 2st |}
year. i}
Mr. Byron Roett, an :ver: ec) at

Spring Hall Factory, is so p< ased
by the look of some of the canes
that he feels that they can start
grinding some.

He said that during the last two
months the canes have shown a
great improvement and he is look-
ing forward to a bumper crop next
year,



Next Week’s |
Cinema Shows

HE MOBILE CINEMA will

give five shows next week.
The first will be a private per-
formance at the St. Philip's Alms- |
house on Monday night. On Tues-
day night a show will be given
at Cambridge Plantation yard, St.

Joseph and on Wednesday at
Edgehill Plantation yard, St.|
Thomas.

On Thursday a show will be)
given at Constant Pasture, St.
George, while the final show for
the week is scheduled to take

place at Pleasant Hall Plantation
yard, St. Peter.

HE POLICE BAND will play
for the Ursuline Convent An-
nual Bazaar at 3.30 this evening.
FRIENDLY CRICKET
MATCH will te piayed at
Shell to-morrow between St.!/
Mary’s Old Boys and Cambridge
C.C. The match starts at 1.30 p.m,
HE CAR which is being raffled |
in aid of the Police Boys’ Club
was being exhibited in Trafalgar
Square yesterday. Two Bands-
men were standing beside the car
with tickets in their hands and



where they inspected needlework,
etc., done by the girls, and were
in time to see the preparation of a
hot lunch menu made chiefly out
of local foodstuffs.

His Excellency and his wife
spoke to a number of the children

doing their lessons and seemed
quite satisfied with everything
they saw, In the Visitors Book,

His Excellency wrote: “As I en-
tered the school I sensed an air
of efficiency and an atmosphere of
sappiness. My wife and I thor-
oughly enjoyed our visit.”

430 On Roll

Headmistress of the school is
Miss L. R. Graham. There are 430
children on the roll but only 216
were able to get out yesterday.
Miss Graham has ten assistants.

St. Giles’ Girls’ School was the
second visited and there His Ex-
cellency and his wife spent a long
time listening to some of - the
children reading. They &so asked
them questions.

Their visit to the Domestic
Science room came next, and their
delight with the set-up was evi-
dent, Cake making was going on
and His Excellency took a great
deal of interest in the work.

This school with its present roll
of 411 girls had an attendance of

328 yesterday. The school was
formerly the St. Giles’ Boys
School but was renovated and

made a girls’ school in 1939. Mrs,
Beryl Vaughan is the Headmis-
tress. She has eight assistants.

In the Visitors’ Book, His Ex- |
cellency wrote “A very happy
and I should say a very efficient
school. A good atmosphere.

Thief There First





When the Governor and his
wife visited the St. Giles’ Boys’
School he might have not’ced

that the lock of one of the doors
was hanging. It was the evidence

ef a thief’s adventure of the
night before... Sugar and _ soap
were found missing. It was the

third occasion a similar theft has |

been committed at the school this |
year.

The interest taken by the visi-j}
tors at this school was as keen as
at the others,

On one occasion one of the
boys when reading for His Excel- |
lency could be heard several
yards away. Reading seemed to



hand in cake making

youngster, His Excellency appear-

ed quite pleased as he patted him ;

on the shoulder.

This is a school with the big
attendance of .885 children of
which 570 were present yester-

day. Mr. C. W. Cumberbatch is
its Headmaster,
Located in a cemral area and

with a high reputation for teach-
ing, the pressure for admission to
this school continues. Admission
is granted now from seven years
of. age and not five, Those befow
seven go to the neighbouring girls’
school. This was done from last
year to relieve the pressure on
the schcol which now carries a
staff of nineteen teachers.

His Excellency wrote in the
Visitors’ Book: “I have enjoyed
my first visit but I will come
again. An atmosphere of effi-
ciency.”

At Belmont Girls’

The Belmont Girls’ School was
the last visited and here the Gov-
ernor wrote: “I have enjoyed my
visit. A very cheerful and effi-
cient atmosphere.

Keen interest was also taken
here in the school’s activities, the
Domestic Science Room attracting
a good deal of attention.

The school is a wooden build-

ing and accommodates over 400
children. Only 270 were present
yesterday.

The Headmistress is Miss Odessa
McClean and she has ten assist-
ants.



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GIRLS MAKE A CAKE

On School Tour

HIS EXCELLENCY took a
yesterday. He was then in the Domestic Science room of
the girls were going through |
the process of cake making.

| ‘Vagabond Prince”
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The motor vessel “Vagabond
| Prince” (396 tons) of the Sweeney j
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for Nova Scotia
At its berth opposite the
}Harbour and Shipping Depart-

ment, barrel after barrel is being
lowered into its hatches. It is ex-
pected to eomplete loading on
Tuesday when it will sail direct
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The molasses is being shipped
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and by Messrs. S. P. Musson,
Son & Co., Ltd. The vessel has a
capacity of 500 tons,

The “Vagabond Prince” arrived
from Nova Scotia via Puerto!
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Dutch Manure
Comes

A shipment of 38,800 bags of
muriate of potash from Antwerp
arrived here yesterday by the
French passenger-freighter S.S.
“Cherbourg,” which was making
its first call at Barbados.

Other cargo atriving by this
vessel was 160 barrels of pickled
meat and three cases of general
cargo, These were from Bremen,
Copenhagen and Hambur&.

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j A twin-enginee ‘hav gatio eso
| Golbourne King, a labourer of} :raining plane with four men
Spooner’s Hill, St, Michael, was;.board “is presumed to have
found guilty yesterday of receiv-|-rashed’ into Lake Pontchartrain
ing a stolen generator valued at'an ‘the northern édge of New
$30, and, the property of Robert! Orleans in a heavy fog early to-
Bramo of White Park. ‘day, It was stated in an Air Force! wd

The offence was committed some- |
time between October 20 and 22.
Mr. E. A. McLeod before whom
the case was heard ordered King
to pay a fine of £2 in one month
or one
, The generator was found on a
car at King’s place and when ask-
ed by the police how he received







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month’s imprisonment, | >icer of Keesler of the airforc

and the plane is presumed to has

announcement tonight,

The plane took off this mornin
‘or Craig airforce base at Selm
Informatio:

Public

28°e at Biloxi, Mississippi saic
‘one landing light has been foun



it King said that he bought it from | ““*shed”. |
a fellow for $15 First reports from civiiis
Bramo said when the genera‘or | forces placed eight men aboai
was shown to him he quickly ve- | ‘he plane, but Major James Perc |
evgnised it as his own which was|at Scott Base Bel'eville. of” th ‘
trken from his lorry. same base from which the plan -
i took - bie later quoted as sa)’-
‘ng that there were only four.
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Santon Sir Allan Collymore ~ PosT EARLY %
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etition of Kathleen Adrian: . rom starti trouble. Remem- - )
Osborne of Tudor Street, Bridge- CHRISTMAS : : wr gree rae gargle bat !
town, Widow, the Attorney of the rs ben, be. he, iret sige 6
Public Administrator of the! LISTERINE Antiseptic, full strength, - )

County of New York, U.S.A., to
the estate of her husband Ben-
jamin Archibald Osborne late o' |
672, St. Nicholas Avenue, New
York City, U.S.A. who died therc |
on 2Ist. December, 1945—for thc
benefit of all persons interested
therein,

Mr. C. H, Clarke K.C, Instructed
by Messrs, Yearwood & Boyce,
Solicitors, appeared for the peti-
tioner,

Petition of Elaine Beatrice Cox
of Rivér Road, Bridgetown to the
estate (with the will annexed) of
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DECREE NISI

His Honour the Chief Judge, Sir
Allan Coliymore, in the Court for
Divorce and Matrimonial Causes
yesterday pronounced decree nisi
in the suit of E. L. Sealy (Peti-
tioner) and R. D. Sealy (Respon-
dent). Costs were allowed on tha
lower scale.

REMANDED

Adolphus Skeete of Tweedside
Road was remanded until Noyem-



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Yesterday was the first day of
the preliminary hearing Set
King is prosecuting on behalf of
the police.

"Thulin" Brings U.S. Mail

One hundred and twenty-nine
bags of U.S. mail were landed at
Barbados yesterday by tne char
tered Alcoa Freighter S.S, ‘C. G.
Thulin.” Two of the bags contain
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The “Thulin” also brought pack
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White Park Road. — (ROBERT THOM. LTD.) — Dial 4391 | ate, ‘eee 5
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MADE BY Single binge $190.00
FREQUENT FI HTS
CONCRETE PRODUCTS CO. PUERTO RICO
Single ........ 93.00
Return ........ $167.40
These Blocks are STRONG, EVERI-ASTING and FREQUENT FLIGHTS
ECONOMICAL. Single ........ $274.00
, NTOM VISITED YOUR ce $493.20
i Wich BUT WE HAVE OUR ae VILLAGES A THOUGAND TIMES yh Send your orders direct to Factory at Lodge Hill, vdonnoesoicala
© GHOST WHO WALKS. NO IN YOUR LIFETIME AND See
STRANGER “toner BEFORE eee St. Michael — Telephone 2798. i) WE ANY PROARY
OR
DISTRIBUTORS:—

BRITISH WEST INDIAN AiRWAYS

|
| Airways House, P.O.
" 1 HERBERT Ltd. Lower Broad ce





Lumber Dept. Magazine Lane, Telephone 4367. nt
K Phone 4585
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SATURDAY, OCTOBER 28, 1956



CLASSIFIED ADS.| SHIPPING NOTICES

TELEPHONE 2508



















ane MONTREAL, ‘un NEW — ee ee
ZRALAND LIMITED
: cN 1A | RE (M_A.N.Z.) M.V. “T.B. Radar” will accept
IN oot ote = _ dear FOR NT 5.3. _ “GLGUCESTER” sails Free- Cargo an* Passengers for St
husband JOHN LIVINGSTON MAPP,! taantie September 7th, Adelaide Septem Lucia, St incent, Grenada and |
usband J r aIViNGSTON J || ee | He 11 Melbourne September 281n, Aruba. Bate of departure will
who pussed to the Great Beyond on; CULDUNE — Cattiewash, Bathsheba Nevonport October ist, Sydney October be notified,
= 25, “45 F s : i Fully furnished, containing four bed- 2th, Brisbane Ovtober 17th, arriving at M.V. ‘Moneka” will accept
e miss you now our hear\s are sore rooms, Frigidaire and ali modern con- Rarbados November 19th Cargo and Passengers for Domi-
As time goes by we miss you more | veniences for November and December These vessels have ample ioe nica, Antigua, Montserrat, Nevis
Your loving smile: you gentle face | FLone €310°Mrs. S. H, Bynoe evilled, hard frozen and ecnere care, ora, St Kitts. Sailing Friday
yt Ee ee OS | Carao ‘sevepted ‘on through bills cf 1M "iy opeerwood™ will
wi in 7 F Mat | : jwding with transhipment at Trinidad c =
nifred Mapp (brother) Felix app | IEURNISHED UPSTAIRS FLAT—Froia | (Barbados. British Guiana. Windward ‘argo and Passengers for
Ernest Barrow (nephews) George | “ Evelyn, Mrs. Odessa Inhiss (cousins) . lower Collymore Rock. Phone 347! For further garticute ly > Aruba. Date of departure will
The Moore’s and Phillip'’s Family hh. BLAIR BANNISTER. 5.10. 50-—tn FURNESS, WITHY & o. ma — be notified. :
Trinided Papers please copy -- ie —{ : + Ltd, M.V. “Caribbee” will

28.10.50-—1In



OR SALE
AUTOMOTIVE

CAR—1 Morris 8 (1948 Model).
3559 C. W. Cumberbatch.







28 .°0.50-—2n



CAR—Austin 8 HP. 1947 Model in
perfect order. Phone E.. Gill 2454.
28.10.50—3n .

CAR—One Prefect Ford car W H.P.













1948 model. New tryes, mileage 13,000,
excellent condition. Apply Howard King,
Pore” Spring, St. Thomas.

27,10 .50- €n

CAR—One (1) 6 Cylinder Cheyrolet)
Sedan, 1936 model in perfect running
order Apply Frank B. Armsirong,
Phone 2840. 27.10.50—4.f.n.
CAR--Ford Prefect 10 H.P done
17500 miles. Apply: Harold Weather-

head C/o Bruce Weatherhead Ltd.
20,10.50-—t.f.n,

ELECTRICAL

GARRARD AUTO! TIC RECORD
CHANGERS: Fully automatic for 10 and
12 inch Records ~ $42.00. Lashleys
Limited, Pr, Wm. Henry St.

28.10.50—3n

MULLARD BATTERY RADIOS: Only
three in stock $120.00 each. Lashieys
Limited, Prince William Henny Street.

28.10.50--3n.

REFRIGERATOR—1 3 cub. ft. Electro-
lux Oil Burner Refrigerator Phone 8123
or 2831, 27.10.50—2n,















RADIOS—Two Second Hand Mullard
Radios 6 Tubes Good condition, Lash-
leys Limited, Pr. Wm. Henry St.

28.10. 50—3n.

LIVESTOCK

HORSES—One Mare, one Gelding and

qne Mare with Mule at foot. Apply
te the Manager Waterford Plantation,
St, Michael. - 28.10,50—2n

een te ne elie tnoenn
PUPS—Four (4) Bull and Terrier pups.
Cuthbert Rogers, near Rices, St. Philip.
28,10. 50-—2n.

MECHANICAL

CARRIER BICYCLES—3 Low Gravity
Carrier Bicycles, 2 Actually new. Ivan
W. Weekes, Phone 95—262.

28.10.50—3n

MISCELLANEOUS

APPLES—English Apples 42c. a Ib
Griffith's, Rockley, Dial 4514.
28.10.50—1n.

CRATES ONIONS 55 Ibs.
Crates Choice Potatoes 66 Ibs.
Harold Proverbs & Co. Ltd.

27.10.50—3n













at lle
at 7c.

E. P. BUTTER DISHES AND E.P.
TEA-STRAINERS—Suitable for Wedding
Presents. Alex Yearwood, Jeweller,
Polton Lane. 28.10.50—2n.

FIRE BiHICKS—A





quantity of 2nd

hand fire bricks. Apply: Manager,
Draxhali Plantation, St. George.
28, ¥0.50—6n,



LADIES' SHOBS made in America.
White, Brown, Black and Red Suedine
Multi Colour Sandals. Lashleys Limited,
Pr. Wm. Henry St. 28.10.50——3n

eS Sense nnSEIN

PRESSURE COOKERS — Large and
smalt we have them. John F, Hutson
Ltd. 27.10.50—2n.

PIANO—One Small Lawson Piano in
good condition. Apply L. M. Clarke.
Jeweller,, No, 12 James Street, Phone
3757. 28.10 .50—2n.

TIERCES—(200) Two hundred Empty
Fai Tierces. Can be seen at the Rob-
erts’ Manufacturing Co. Ltd., Govern-
ment Hill, 24.10,50—6n.







TRUNK—One Traveller's Trunk (Com-
plete with Fittimgs) as good as new.
Apply Burton c/o Hinds & Co., Drug-
gist. 28.10 .50—2n,

WINTER COAT—Lady's clouble breast-
ed type, in good condition. Any reason-
able offer will be accepted. Apply
Arrindell, Dial 4484. 28,10. 50—2n.

WARE—Complete Suite of Armitage
White Ware with Chrome fittings.
Lashleys Limited, Swan Street.

28.10.50—3n.







WINDOWS AND DOORS—At last!
Many people are benefiting by a re-
duction of 25% on the cost of their
windows and d@ors built by L. & H.
Millers’ up-to-date Machined Wood
Works. Dial 2791, L. & H. Miller,
Reed Street, City. 27.10.50-—8n.

PURLIC SALES
AUCTION

ELECTRICAL ITEMS—One_ Electric
Refrigerator in working order. ‘Two
Washing Machines in perfect working
order. One Electric Stove and Two
Electric Irons. One New American Oil
Bumer Incubator. One Hemstitching
Machine in perfect order. PRICES
ATTRACTIVE, Apply to D’Aray A.
Scott, Magazine Lane.

25.10.50—3n







By instructions received from the
Commissioner of Police I will sell at
Central Station on Monday next the
30th, beginning at 2 p.m. the following
items:—A quantity of Onions and Eng-
iish Potatoes, (4) bottles of stout, and
several other items.

D'ARCY A, SCOTT,
* Government Auctioneer.
28.10.50—2n





REAL ESTATE

—————

“BETMAR”, NAVY GARDENS. Stand-
ing on 14,193 sq. ft. of land, containing
5 Bedrooms and Dining rooms, 2 Veran-
dahs, Kitehenette, Study, 2 Baths and
Toilets and 2 separate Electric and Water
Services. Garage and 2 Servants’ rooms.

Easily converted into 2 Flats. Inspec-
tion by appointment. Dial 2841).
28.10.50—2n.



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

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

Servant'’s room and garage in yard

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

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

St. on Friday the 3rd November 1950
at 2 p.m.
. CARRINGTON & SEALY.
Solicitors.
26.10. 50—8n .

NEW BUNGALOW—50 feet by 30 feet

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

near “Bayswater”. Phone 2791 or apply,

L. & H. MILLER, Reed Street, City.

27.10. 50—sn
Se aes
LOST & FOUND

LOST
SHARE CERTIFICATE

NOTICE is hereby given that MAR-
JORIE PHILLIPS Executrix of the
wil of JOHN RANDALL PHILLIPS,
Deceased, has made application for the
issue of a share certificate in place of
thare certificate of 25 shares number-
ed 485 — 509 dated 25th August, 1905,
which has been lost. If no objection |

to this application is made by the
2rd November, 1950, a new certificate
wil be issued.



By Order of the Board of Directors: |

|
THE BARBADOS CO -OP COTTON |
FACTORY LTD i

EB. A. CLARKE, j

Secretary |

21.10,50—an

Diat i



| “FLOWER DEW"
| Furnished, 3
Frigidaire, Radio

— Maxwell Coast
Bedrooms, Telephone,
Apply L. Gonsalves,



| “MARY VILLE,”—Black Rock. draw-
ing, dining, sitting, 3 a 8
servants rooms and large garage, usual
conveniences, Apply Messrs Carrington
| & Sealy, Lucas Street or Phone 3619
after 5 p.m. 7,10.50—11n,

———
OFFICE—One spacious office situated
in Marhill Street opposite D. M. Simp-





json & Co. Apply W. B. Hutchinson
& Co. Dial 4434. 27,10. 50—6n.

RHUSTONE-—Wall Bungalow, Station
j Bil, St. Michael, 3 bedrooms, modern
conveniences, Garage. Apply R. Gibson,
Bolton Lane 26.10.50—3n

TANGLIN — Beachmont,



Bathsheba,

'
October onwards, monthly or ithatwind| SS.

3 double bedrooms with single Simmons
bedsteads, children’s room, dining room
and lounge. Refrigerator, aa:
servant's room. Apply: Howe. ie

Siepritlaninsociebincims ebonine Ses ie sacanipet ii sedan
“VILLA-GLENN” in Monteith Gardens,
neer Strathclyde, a new stone wall
bungalow, with drawing and dining
rooms, three bedrooms, kitchen, toilet
spacious enclosed yard
with garage, servants room, toilet and
bath and washroom, may

be leased.
Inspection by appointment,
3577.

please dial
25.10 .50—3n.

Lenses Foerapeincinn, « aldactone
BUNGALOW—Newly built stone Bun-
galow at Dayrells Road, corner of Gills
Gap. Apply Mrs. C. Humphrey, Gills

Gap, or Telephone 4141,
26.10. 50—3n.

PUBLIC NOTICES
NOTICE

THE PUBLIC is hereby notified that
from November Ist the admission to
Bend Concerts on Hastings Rocks will
be nine pence instead of six pence. This





imerease is unavoidable due to the .in-
creased cost of the Police Band.
G. C. NICHOLAS, Sec’ty.
For the Hasting's Rocks C’tee.
25.10.50-—4n.
NOTICE

PARISH OF ST. PETER
1 ‘Heations are invited for the
ce of Parochial Medical officer |
the Parish of St. Peter. Ap-|
| ‘cants must be registered Medi- |
cal practitioners,
Salary is $260.00 per month plus
-0C for the V.D. Clinic. —
2 ert will take place
from March 1951,
3. Applications stating age and quali-

fications etc, must be forwarded
to the undersigned by January
15th 1951,

4 For further particulars app'y to
the undersigned at the office du-

ring:—
Tuesdays from 10.00 a.m. to 3,00
pm,
Thursdays from 10,00 a.m. to 1.00
pom.
Saturdays from 10.00 a.m. to 12 noon.
Signed G. S. CORBIN
Vestry Clerk,
St, Peter.
20,10.50—12n,
NOTICE

is hereby given that it is the intention
of the Vestry of the parish of Saint
Michael to cause to be introduced into
House of Assembly of this Island a Bill
authorising the said Vestry to raise a
loan not exceeding £3,500 to grant re-
trospective pay to casual employees and
certain of the unestablisied staff of the
Commissioners of Health of the said,
parish. Such a loan to be repaid by ten
instalments the first instalment of £350
to be repaid in 1953 and the remainder
in equal annual instalments of £350 in
the month of December with interest
at £4 per centum per annum out of
the rates of the said parish until paid.
E. C. REDMAN,

Clerk, St. Michael’s Vestry.
26.10.50—3n.

NOTICE
Fruitful Hill Road, leading to Cane
Garden in the parish of St, Joseph, is
closed until further notice, also Cocoanut
Grove Road leading to Springfield, 1s
closed until further notice. These roads
have been dameged by recent heavy
rains.

By order of the Chairman of |
THE COMMISSIONER OF HIGHWAYS,
St, Joseph.

26.10. 50-—3n.

NOTICE

IS HEREBY GIVEN that it is the
intention of Elsie Brathwaite of Kirtons
in the parish of Saint Philip in this
Island, Widow of Benjamin Brathwaite,
Jate of this Island deceased, to make
application to the Colonial Treasurer of
this Island to withdraw from the Public
Treasury on or after the 3ist day of
December 1950, the sum of Thirty-one
dollars and thirty-one cents being the
amount paid into the Public Treasury
by the Provost Marshal of this Island
and being money due to the Estate of
the said Benjamin Brathwaite, deceased.

Dated this 15th day of September,
1950.





CARRINGTON & SEALY,
Solicitors for the Applicant,
16.9. 50—3n,

LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE

THE application of John E. Branch,
holder of Liquor License No. 1775 of
1950, granted to Elizabeth King in
respect of a wall building at No. 39
Tudor Street, St. Michael, for permission
to use said Liquor License &c., at
bottom floor of a 2-storey board and
ogg shop at Upper Roebuck Street,
City.

Dated this 28th day of October 1950.

To H. A. TALMA, Esq.,
Police Magistrate, Dist. “A”.
Signed J. E. "H,
Applicant.

N.B.—This application will be con-
sidered at a Licensing Court to be held
at Police Court, District “A”, on
Monday, the 6th day of November, 1950

at 11 o'clock, a.m.
A. TALMA,

H.
Police Magistrate, Dist. “A”.
28.10 .50—In.

NOTICE





Civic Friendly Society

Scholarships

Applications are invited for two
or more scholarships offered by
the members of The Civic Welfare
Friendly Society beginning 1951 to
any second grade school in the
island. These scholarships are
opened to members or the child-
ren (boys or grils) of members
in straitened circumstances of the
abovenamed society, between the
ages of 9 and 12 years. The
scholarships will be awarded on
the results of an examination.

Form of application can be had |
at the Society’s Office, Swan & |
High Sts, and should be returned
by 4 p.m. on Saturday 28th Octo- |
ber, 1950. |

J. W. MAYNARD,
Secretary, Scholarship
Committee,

Swan & High Ste.
15.10.50—6n. ij



Maxwell Road. 28.10. 50—Tn.
HOUSE—“Esperanza’ fully furnishec
from the ist November on St. James
Sea Coast. Phone 91-33.
14.°0.50--Gn
KIMBERLEY—St. Matthias Gap, Hast.
ings, from ‘st November. Phone 3950
| 27.10.5030 |







i TRINIDAD,
B.W.l
| &

| BARBADOS,
AGENTS)

DA COSTA & Co. Ltd.,

Cargo and Passengers for Domi-
Antigue. Montserrat,
and St. Kitts. Sail.ng Wednesday

nica,

ist November,
B.W.I1.

Wi

Assoc. INC. *

Nevis



LU

ia HARRIS

Vessel Fror
S.S. “LLOYDCREST” London _
S.S. “OREGON STAR” Liverpool
S.S. BEDFORD EARL” London
S.S. “SENATOR” ia Glasgow
|S.S. “SPECIALIST” - London
| SS. PHILOSOPHER” Liverpool

HOMEWARD FOR

Vessel
“SITHONIA”



For

.- London

For further information apply to - - .

8.S. “LIBERVILL«”
8.S “BYFJORD” .. ie
8.8. “C. G. THULIN” ..

————K LT ey

“ar OBLEANS SER.ICE

vo.
28th

N.Y.

29th Sept
13th Oct.



Leaves

- bth Oct.

..20th Oct.

26th Oct,
28th Oct.
- 4th Nov.
- 9th Nov.

Closes in Barbados
3rd Novernber

Sept.

THE UNITED KINGDOM

DACOSTA & CO., LTD.—Agents

Yee Acoa Steamship (o



Inc

SOUTHBOUND
Sails
. Name of Ship Montreal Halifax
-‘S. “ALCOA PARTNER" October 27th Oc
“ 7 tobi
oo. Bag y PEGASUS” November 10th Moveiee dies
8. LCOA PO November 24th November sith
NORTHBOUND
Barbaao
; i s
s/s “ALCOA POLARIS” .. October 31st

These vessels have limited passengers

Apply: DACOSTA &

———
coO., LTD.—Canadian Service.
ROBERT THOM LTD.—New York and Gulf Service

rr

12th Oct.
NEW YORK 8S*RVIC
Ce

9th

28rd y
Semmens eeeecismenantonenmeaainens
CANADIAN SERVICE

November
November 23rd
December 7th

ee

For St. Lawrence River Ports.
accommodation .

bursaries will take place some day during the first week in December.
a ON j INE + 4. A notification of the date of the examination will be sent

OUTWARD FROM THE UNITED KINGDOM

Due
Barbados
3ist Oct,
5th Nov.
l4th Nov.
llth Nov.
18th Nov.
24th Nov.



Arr.
B'dos

Arr.
Wane
Oct.
Oct

Arrives
Barbados

10th

COMPAGNE GENERALE TRANSATLANTIQUE
NOTICE

No Visitors will be allowed on board S.S. “COLOMBIRE”
on Sunday, 29th October, except by invitation or pass issued

by our Office.

WANTED
HELP

_——

A TAMLOR—for our Cutting Depart-

ment. Apply in person to J. W. Hewitt.

Tailoring Emporium Coleridge Street.
Opposite Fire Brigade Station.
28.

JUNIOR SALESMAN. Must have driv-
ing License. Apply by letter. Brad-
shaw & Company. 27.10.50-—In.

YOUNG WOMAN —Age 17—21 to make
herseif generally useful in the house,
sieep in, good wages. Ring 2005.

26.10.50—3n.

_—————

YOUNG MAN OR COUPLE interested
in hotel development. Good opportunity
capable person. Reply P.O. Box 228.







27.10.50—Gn.
MISCELLANEOUS

SINGER MACHINE in

good condition. Phone 3270 or 4075.

27.10.50—2n.

“BOXES — All kinds of Card Board

Boxes other than corrugated card.
Apply Advocate Bindi: Dept.
.10,60—t.f.n,

WANTED TO BUY
USED POSTAGE STAMPS of
British West Indies.
Stamp Society. No.



the
At the Caribbean
10 Swan Street.

28.10,50—1n.

THE PRICE of

CLIPPER
CIGARETTES

— Is —

10 FOR 16 CENTS

and not 10 for 14 cents as
published in an advertise-
ment yesterday.



GOVERNMENT

STATEMENT SHOWING AMOUNTS DUE TO ALL PRODUCERS OF CANE PER TON IN
RESPECT OF SPECIAL PREFERENCE AND MOLASSES CESS PAYMENTS MADE TO
SUGAR AND FANCY MOLASSES PRODUCERS IN 1950



’







NOTICE



PRODUCERS OF SUGAR









|
certificates and testimonials, should be addressed to the Government

j all,





BARBADOS ADVOCATE
GOVERNMENT NOTICES

An Inspection day is being held at the Government Industrial
Schools (Dodds) St. Philip, on Monday the 30th October, 1950, under |
| the distinguished patronage of His Excellency the Governor and Mrs. |
| Savage. |
| There will be on exhibition articles of furniture,
| needlework etc., made by the pupils.
| The gardens, grounds and buildings will be open to visitors from



handicraft,



4.30 p.m. to 6 p.m. and the general public, parents of The pupils and

} persons interested in Social Welfare are invited to attend,





BOARD OF INDUSTRIAL T G
. APPLICATIONS for Trade Apprenticeship Bursaries in respect
of the calen ‘rr year 1951 will be received up to 15th November, 1950,
at the Publi, Works Department.
i 2.
| which may be obtained on application to the Public Works Depart-
| ment.

| 3. It is expected that the examination of candidates for these

to those applicants (who satisfy the requisite conditions of age, char-
acter and Education) at the address given on the Application Form.
| (Sed.) H. G. WEEKES,
Secretary,
Board of Industrial Training,
21.10. 50—3n C/o Public Works Department.



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

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

2. The duties of this post include the taking of verbatim notes

of cases in the Supreme Court and proceedings of the Legislative
Council.

3. No quarters are provided.

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

Secretary, St. Vincent.

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

13th October, 1950. 18,10.50—3n



DEPARTMENT OF HIGHWAYS AND TRANSPORT ;
Road Closed.

Highway No, 2 is closed to traffic at Baxters Bridge ,St. Andrew,
25.10.50—2n,



Vacant Post of Tugmaster, Trinidad Government Marine
Service

Applications are invited for the post of Tugmaster, Trinidad
Government Marine Service, Port Services Department. {

Candidates must be in possession of a Certificate of Competency
as Home Trade Master Mariner issued by the Government of Trini-.
dad ar by the Marine Board of Jamaica, or a certificate of equal
or superior value issued by a competent authority in the United
Kingdom or in any part of the Commonwealth, It is desirable, but
not essential, that candidates should have had experience in the
management and manoeuvring of tugs.

The commencing salary will be according to experience in the
Scale $2,400—120—$2,880 per annum. A commuted overtime
allowance of $25 per mensem is payable on the salary of $2,400
per annum and $30 per mensem on salary ia excess of $2,400 pe





Shore quarters are not provided but in the case of officers re-
cruited overseas, a cash allowance equal to the difference between
10 per cent of the officer’s salary and the rent paid by him is pay-
able to an officer who rents unfurnished quarters; in the case of an
officer who rents furnished quartere an allowance equal to differ-
ence between the actual rent paid and the aggregate of 10 per
cent of salary and five per cent of the annual value of furniture sup-
plied in Government quarters is payable. Allowances in both cases
are subject to.a maximum of $50 per mensem for a married officer
whose family resides with him, $30 per mensem for a married officer
whose family is not residing with him and $20 per mensem for a single
officer.

Free second class passages will be provided on first appoint-
ment for the officer and his family not exceeding five persons in
Subject to review at any time and not as a permanent right of
the officer, free passage on leave after a minimum tour, not exceed-
ing the cost of normal sea passages to the place of recruitment will
be provided for the officer, his wife and children subject to a maxi+
mum of three adult fares.

The successful candidate will be appointed on probation for
two years in the first instance, subject to his passing a medical
examination, and will be required to contribute to the Provident
Fund.

Applications giving full particulars of qualifications ang experi-
ence, together with certificates and testimonials should be addressed
to the Honourable the Colonial Secretary, Trinidad, to reach him
not later than the 14th of November, ‘
25.10,50,—2n.



OPO PPCSPSOSS SEDO GO OM

% ELECTRICAL ITEMS.

Washing Machines with
driers—Electric stoves with
oven and warming tray--
















MAIL NOTICE

MAILS for St, Lucia by the Sch.
United Pilgrim will be closed at the
General Post Office as under:—

sured Mail a8. 16 bth. ion the Vacuum Cleaners—double Hot
Regi Plates-—Kettles - Lrons—Desk
28th October, 1950. . Jamps—Heating Pads and
Ordinary Mail at 10.15 a.m. on the Bolletters. John F. Hutson Ltd.
28th October, 1950.
~OG%

ee,
Soe

FIREWORKS
FIREWORKS

A SELECT ASSORTMENT

Including
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UP... YOUR... SMILE...





| Cricket At
| The Ovat



Two New
Champions

Score BASH 5 V. MCC But No New Personality

South Australia BRUSH.





To-morrow, the Central Cricket
Club will play a friendly game of

(Fromm Our Own Correspondent) cricket at Kensington against Mr.



|
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(From Our Own Correspondent) ee BS, - sgg ~ Sgep a Barnett’s XI. The teams are as
ADELAIDE CRICKET GROUND, Oct. 27 reddie Mills vacated) follows :— °
AT THE CLOSE of the frst day of their four-day|(te, BHtsh, Lignheaweldt Genial. €6.:, BC, Nori cot, aliraclive fragrances of |
; a, ~ 2 baad * 4 § “Dy P| rd, V. ing, FR.
3 match against the M.C Cc South Australia had scored] tho jast time, he eliminated him-} Austin, R. Griffith, L. Corbin, J. |
245 runs for the loss of five wickets. rel! from the list of Britisn|] McConney, E,. Lampitt, E. Fitz-|
“sper : , Freddie Brown won the toss and} boxers who possess that strange] patrick, C. Stanford, H. Andrews. |
| sent South Australia in to bat on] quality knoWn as “drawing| Barnett’s XI: A, Barnett (Capt.),
Farr: Olek j what gave promise of being a] power’. Only one name remainsj/F. Miller, L, Osborne, N. |
e | tricky wicket. The M.C.C. Cap-| on the “list” — that ot our much-] Harewood, D. Skeete, L. Skeete,





Or Weidin —



tain’s action seemed justified when
South Australia lost tnetr
















maligned Heavyweight champion
Bruce Woodcock.



G. Blades,
Butcher, V. Kennedy, J. Smith





A. MePherson, G




















| wicket with just two runs on the It proof were needed thai
e e scoreboard, An innings of 84 not] pyic-gh boxing is in the doldrums| S909sesese0rr eee fb
a l Suil Me re ay ements, one of South it was surely provided when pro-| \ r
waves ves gh e moter Jack Solomons, who dues CASUARYNA CLUB >
apetale s Beninge. not lack a sense of duty toward : x ADDIS 21M3
: PETER WILSON The Essex pace bowler Trevor} 0! (Sch & ser eee: cseeg » | IBRTFORD EST~
_ wane? took ie wickets a 64] the ee oe = eee — FOr — X i= a we
agrees that now Carl Niel ad Douglas right of Kent) pionstip BUM eure shat Hie STEAKS AND SNACKS % QS
dink tisen stepped ihe mane aimed two for 63 with his leg-}!0,000 sea's at Hartingay Arené 24 Hours a day —Every Day % |. :
ish B.A. from fighting Tom- eaks. The steady attack limited} were filled. ¥ | a tee A ORIENTAL
my Farr there are enly two xe scoring rate to less than 50 True, 2 saw two knock-outs % DA NCE MUSIC > | handy Ute
others in Europe eligible for “= an hour. True, we have two new champions $ = on ¥ | 2 Burner Enamelled B GOODS! (Articulos)
the 5 i cores: But one cannot escape the feeling} % 7 ‘ \ CURO! EWELLER
Briton's syploni ioe - OUTH AUSTRALIA FIRST INNINGS that neither one of these fights—} % RECORDED 2 | | GAS HOTPLATE ike ee eet )
‘ THE Danish Boxing Association | *‘cLean ¢ Close b Bailey . ee net + that bonny 3) pars Alea % Throughout the Night %] Just grit you have been
ie as banned the heavy- ight ansie ¢c Washbrook b Warr 31 |} champions — wou ave e . us rath Tele. | _ (ee eee °
Ps champion. of Denmark gees ildig ¢ Evans b Bailey 45 [the arena con their individual x Pinger aati =p ees | ane movnee : THANI 8
Nielsen; -from meeting Tommy| ole Batley» Wright $3 | drawing-power? x eat ; : "yl at tes Pr. Wm. Hry. St. DIAL 3466
Farr at Leicester on November 6 idings |.b.w. b Wright 4 2 VOQSSSPFES CPSP! MAAN, . Wm, $
In a message from Copenhagen owléy not out Saeeea keys 5 Most interest | 4
the association states that Nielsen's Ree 4 Nes § The fight which aroused most) ====e |
‘ ‘ Total (for 5 wkts.) 245 Wade was that for the Britisn i {|
n co ddieweight title between the ’ y 1 e { ‘
for a renewal, and that when he| ° for 91, é tor ise, 5 for 20, L ROlder, Abert Finch, and hij A SACKED CONCER i ne ie CONGOLEUM
does it will rant Tad Sandolph Turpin. ft a i | :
i Danish Ante” ented oly toe BOWLING ANALYSIS tdok Turpin just four and a half cosa {| A wide rings at Piles and Designs
_ association is understood to} ‘ailey oe OP eS pepe, fo ote of io mas ee CHURCH FUNDS are obtainable at "
take the view that Nielsen is not| ‘arr seseseees ET @ GR TY PD ee ae ce es
sufficiently in training yet to un- er ‘ iu ‘ 3 . — But oe ens At sT ne yer neana | THE CENTRAL EMPOmRmiIUN
dertake a fight with a boxer of| ‘rown oi 'S 1 B 04 Has Been seeces AS One OF Me _— Central Foundry ., — Propri
Tommy Farr’s calibre. : best displays of attacking boxing On SUNDAY, 29th Oct., 1950 | : Cnr. on meena sea dases him
Reactions down _ thick-ear ss seen here since the war, he started At4 P.M | »
} ; with an obvious advantage over ee ee
thoroughfare were varied. Today’s Cricket . Some of the fsland’s Leading i!



Teddy Waltham, secretary o
the British Boxing Boarg ©:
Control, told me: “Of course we
don’t know anyehing officially yet,
Wut we've cabled the Danish
Association, and if they confirm

boxing licence expired on August
31, that he has not yet applied
the ban we shall, of course, up-

hold it. he last day in the eighth series | anp. impression gn his challenger Tek pO eenmind ely sx frien oe
“Denmark, like ourselves, igs a| ‘§ Second Division games. | urpin’s vicifus punching made Be Masia | * ae re fo cologne
member of the Eurépean Boxing Following are the fixtures: |{hi# not so much a matter oj DANCE | we Ray ;
Union, and they have a perfect FIRST DIVISION |“Mfho?” as “How long?” Thai * Faroe EAU DE COLOGNE
right to ban any of their boxers First Da: question was answered mid-way x affive? BY owes MIRAGE
if they think a match i: ¥ through the fifth round when the MS eaheg Bieber |e 24 FLOWERS EAU DE COLOGNE
unsuitable.” Pickwick vs. Spartan at the| champion lay spread-eagled or } CLUB ROYAL, STLVER sANDs, (tt! %k BALLET RUSSE EAU DE COLOGNE
£3. Tickets Oval. the ‘canvas with glassy-eye: Christ Chureh,
q adhe - va.-0dde “at Queens ering at aan The On ee 30th
3 gapOy wap aot prann yma Admission; GENTS 2/-
When I called Joe Jacobs, who Balok vs. Empire at Carlton Not Championship eer ‘LADIES 1/6
was to have staged the show in : : . ‘| Whe first eight rounds of thi; Musee Sey See) As Op ee
Leicester’s Granby Hails, his voice Wanderers vs, Combermere at) fight were hardly in champion- eae eat Fekeuadinen ia eer ame me
was that of a man who has walked | the Bay. ship class. They consisted o 28,10.50-—8n. "J. & B. ATRINSON LED,

So much the attitude official.
Now fer the view promotorial.



a B4e
down a ladder two minutes after| there will be a practice of the} ;. ger baa Single Lectures: 12e. ‘ oe |
someone has taken it away. Small Bore Rifle Cub today. ie gee ye whup aR Consult our is rae ee these Special
“It’s knocked me for six,” saic chance of winning by boxing or s
Jumbo Joe. “Why, since Monday the retreat, even if it was a oa
I’ve sold £3,000 worth of tickets. masterly display. We cater to out-orders. Telephone 4692 ard order
“But,” added J, J., rallying The Weather
bravely. “I’d rather cancel the Eye Opened G L @O B E ( whatever you like.

show if I canft get a_ suitable
opponent for Farr. My reputa-
tion is worth more to me than
one show.”

That’s a highly creditable senti-
ment from our Joe, and it certain-
ly puts his reputation (with £3,000

Fixtures

_ TO-DAY is the beginning of the
ixth series of First and Interme-

iiate Divisions cricket games and|

INTERMEDIATE DIVISION
First Day

Y.M.P.C. vs. Wanderers

Seckles Road.

- Windward vs. Empire at Congo

at

oad.
Cable and Wireless vs Spartan
at Boarded Hall.

Mental Hospital vs. Pickwick at
Black Rock.

SECOND DIVISION
Last Day

Combermere vs. Leeward
Combermere.
Empire vs. College at Bank Hall.
Pickwick vs. Y.M.P,C, at Col-

at

lege. punches and his complete in- which will ensure quicker SERVICE.
oundation vs. Carlton at} qj » to the great occasion by
Foundation. aes a man of 23, one doe: MISS MARJORIS GRUSFITH

Regiment vs. Central at Gar-
rison,
Leeward vs. Lodge at Foster’s,



Rifle Shoating Teday

Members are asked to note that





TO-DAY

Sur Rises; 5.50 a.m,
Sun Sets: 5.37 p.m,
Moon (Last Quarter)

vember 2.
Lighting; 6.00 p.m.

No-

hig opponent,

inch was cbviously the victim
drastic weight reducing, He war
weak and tired before the fight
gtavted. Such opposition as he war
able to offer was almost pathetic
im its complete failure to cause

Cockell — who, we are told, is «
student of psychology — stalking
Hart around the ring, while the
latter warded him off with shoot
ing lefts which the other, as ofter
as not, took on the arms or fore-
head, or merely dodged with <
leisurely, almost lethargic, move
ment of his head.

From the almost scientifically
detached way that Cockell wen
about his task he might have beer
psycho-analysing his opponen
rather than boxing him. But this
impression was probably causex
by the strict economy of hi



net expect te meet,

| Hart, however, displayed excel
lent ringcraft and this enable;
him to survive many dangerous
situations, Had these men net beer
contesting a vacant title, ore
might have thought that Hart wa:
the holder and Cocke] his chal-

His left eye was opened ear!)
on, and Cockell gave him no op
portunity to forget it, The rol
began to set in during the nintt
reund when Hart went down fo
eight and was saved by the beli
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“a a couple es een-bob seats Rainfall (Codrington); .91 ja. ‘ad. But with complete un Last night due to
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A Thing day; 10.13 ins. man until, completely beaten an Weather R A N I E

mesing dos to. cadee sarc aemnnoonenee Sen. ae z exhausted, Hart sank to th .
sei@he would ponsiser only two mperature (Mip). 73.3 °F vanvas itt ~the fourteenth, Whe! i i r DAG
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He.l II *•. from >i November Phone >1 PIIJ4-J" 'I CAR—On* pi elect FOrd car .0 II P 1MB model New (rye*, mileage 13.000. eirelletit condition Airlv Howard Kin*. Ii a) harl raawaaaj] St.10 IBI I MB. I I -KARVVILU.-Hlrt RorH lll amina. MUIn. 5 bMm^ri. 1 1; vrv.nla ro-mt and Larwa luaaa. uaaal I Apply UMin Canlnalon >i Street or Pnon* Mm 1 10 M HARRISON LINE OUTWARD FROM THE UNITED KINGDOM Vraiel •AH Part 17BW ml l..ad C o l| II V ELECTBICAL GAKKAKD AUTOMATIC CHANOEtW Kull> auUirruili.(or 10 ...O : inch Hn-or.li Ml OB L<—hlari Umiiad. Pi Win Henry St .^1 ic M jii MU1JARD nATTtWV RADIO* Qi-i. tbraa in itoek SIM 00 e**h I—hh->* Limited. Pm*.William Hrnav SUwel 28 10 Ml—In KETHI CERA TOR I 3 cub ft Elactrolux Oil nXimar Hefujerator Phone BI33 or SBBI M :o J0-In. HAUIOK Two Second Hand Mullaid Radio, t Tub— Ciood condition Laafi iltod. Pr — BBO-Jn >m Henry I UVBSTOCK HOftSES-One Mare, one Oaldlnaj %  ^na Blare with Mule at loot Apt Iilha UanaiT Waterford Plantain St Michael m ., ... PU11S Pour I4I Bull and Terrier pupa Cuthbrrt Hoge... iia.r Rice-. St. Philip a 10 Hi 2„ MECHANICAL CAKHIER BBTYCUB 3 Low Gravity Carrl-r BWyclaa. 1 Actually new Ivan W Waakea Phone SSMS 31.10 SO— in MISCELLANEOUS CRATES UNIONS M CrMea Choir* Polaloaa ILuold Provrrba A Co OPTICE—On, _^ In M.>• 13EI1FORQ EARI H n is •.>, |S.S SENATOR" SS "SPECIALIST" SS. "PHILOSOPHKH" From London Liverpool I-or. don nth oct 20th Oct 26th Ort 28lh Oci 4th Nn Stth Nov Due BarbadosSlat Oct. Sth Nov. Hth Nov llth NmI8ih N, 24lh Nov BOARD OF INDUSTRIAL TRAINING APPLICATIONS for Trade Apprenticeship Bursaries in respeel of the calen r year 1951 will be received up to 15th November, 1350. at the Publi, Works Department 2 Applications must be made on the prescribed form, copies of which may be obtained on application to the Public Works Department. 3. It if expected that the examination or candidates for these Itursarie* will take place some day during the first week In December 4. A notification of the dstc of the examination will be sent to those applicants (who satisfy tie requisite conditions of age. charKWJf and Education) at the address given on the Application Form. (Sgd-i H G WEEKES. Secretary. Board of Industrial Tralnini;. 21 10 50—In Co Public Works Depdrtmen 0 iiifitr #//*.// SIHIMM. I Registered) (iKrl-V HILL. ST Mil It As" I. Associated with and University %  I %  %  ii'-ije. England. II ITION -Xl4MTiarlea la MatrlralaleSM placiniheir childien on the wailing LS61 ^oula cocnmuiUcaie Aith the Head Mistress before vsmbsM :imii la-tiei* of %  pnla ii. a Baptismal Cert it'. Mrs. L O. J He.i.i Mistress. ^Vige^y TANGUN II October onwards, 3 double hMrcimi Uadilaadi. chiktrei. .. Slid lounlv ll'-tn^er-i aervant. room. Apply: **• bin..ill, lonthly or with alogli dminaT IS-XII Siwe^SKS %  VILLA-OLENNIn Monteith Careen, nevr Strathclyde. a new Mona> watt rtiinaaiow. wtlh drawtnai and dlrnnf mom*, three bedroom., kltchan. lo.iei rr-J bath A apaelou. eneloaad ..rd with |r.(~. aervanla room, toll** aivd l-.-ilh and wajihroom. niaj be lea art %  !'•, %  1 ion %  appolnunenl. pli Liverpool HOMEWARD FOR THE UNITED KINGDOM £££ i s s -SITHONEF uJz For farther information apply to PA COSTA A CO., LTD—A.^a VACANT POST Senior Clerk (Court Stenographer, Etc.). Government Office, St. Vincent. Cioses 11 3rd No /liirbndc tnber Applications are invited for II (iovcrnnicnt OflVce. St Vincent, ID by annual increments of 72 to $ temporary Cost of Living bonu: e ptet of u Senior (.lerk the Milary grade of 11,200 rising 1.68O per annum. In addition, payable. 10.H> 3-i m'NC.AIOW-Newiv built ttoaai Bun'• n Dayrvlla Road, comer of (jm. Gap Applv Mn C Humphrey, qilt> Oap. or Telephone 4141 10 SOJn PI'KIJI' NOTICES NOTICE TUP. I'UUIJC la hereby nollHed 10111 Novaeiibar 1*1 the uanuuiu L...I of the Police Band O C. NICIfOLLS. Sacty Tar the Haatlnri Rocka C"ie 10 90—4" E V UL-TTCR DIS105B AND ft p. TXA-anTCAMEBMV Suitable lor W'cduin, Preaenia AHn Yaarwood. JewaJler, Pnlton Lane j. || p| .-,. PIKE li'in'Ks A luarrtlty o| tnd hand rlro brick* Appt<: Manaaer. Draihal. Plantation. SI. Geora-o _^ M. %  .—n. LADIES' SHOES mad* In America White. Brown. Black and Red Sordine' Multl Colour Sandata. La^ley. Umllad I PT. Wm. Honey St. SS 10SO—Sn j PKE8SURE COOKaW L.rg andl •mall wa have them John P HuUonl Ltd. 77 10 B0—an. I PIANO—One Small Lawaon llano In • aood condition Apply L M Clarke JawaUer. No 13 Jamci Street, Phool JItl. %  |g Mt t,. NOTICE -Ausai or ST rsrssi ;icaUon ara Invert for Ihr %  • of Parochial Medical officer 1 i.e Pariah of St Peter Ap1 ..nU muat be reciitered Madiill pracliuonara salary la tSBO on pay month plu< OS OC for lha V D c mic The appalntment will take place from lUl March lHl Appllcationi lUtlna aaa and quailflctlona etc. nui.t be forward*:! to tha underalfned by January :Mh 1*91 Tor funher particular* app'y to Ihe underalgned at ibe oSVe du\ftk Aioocb StaonuJup fa •LIMPWVII 1 ,: mm IOSI >,.i, a "I NllilMM, "AIA'OA PAIlTNSJt "A1X-OA PEGASUS" A ICO A POLARISI' CANADIAN SIVICK BtoBSB-JBl „' October ITIh Octobaj No.-aaabar :*th Novem NOKTHnoi'ND -ALCOA POLARIS" Thaa* vcaaali have llm Nosambe, lOih Novembtfi Jj.u Deeeriiliei 71 \\ For St Lawn %  nodaUOn Tt-ctojya from Tl.uradayi Irom OS an S toiollN v.-m r:.-i St. Pater. 2(1.1(1 M-IX NOTICE TiEHfXS 1IQS1 Two hundred Banpiy Fat TirneCan b* aeen at the ItobITU* Manufaelurlng Co Ltd Government Hill. M 10 SO—On. Apply Uurlon Truvellerl Truidt (Com tlrani aa food aa new !/• Hindi Si Co.. DrugWI.Ml.lt COAT Lady'i iloublr oreait ed typ*.. In good condition. Any rwoaonable Offer will be accepted Apiil) Atrtndall. Dial 44S4. Jt :• SO -an WAKEComplete Suite ol ArmltagH While Ware with Chrome niiinslaaMeyi I inii'.nl. Swan Street SB 10 so-an > aiv.n Veatey that I 1 ihe I in* pa huh of Saint micnaei 10 eauae mmltoneri ol Health ol the -Utt, parlih Such a loan lo be repaid by ten InetalmenU Ihe Oral Instalment of CJM %  I. .,, . II... M \l: M! ,,.,,. .,the month of December with Inteietl at <4 uer cenlurn per annum out of the raleof the aald pariah vmlil p—d E C. HEI1MA.N Clark, St Michael'. Ve.lr. M '0 SO—3n WINDOWS AND DOOnsV-At la.ll Many people are beueftilnf by a reduction ol 2B% on the eon of I hear window, and dafara buUt by IA il MlUara' up-lo-dale Machined Wood Wo,k. Dial tl. I. A II Miller. Read Street. CH> 10 SO—So. I NOTICE Fruitful Hill Road, Hading lo C Garden in the pariah of St Juaeph. closed, until further notice, alao Cocoanut C.rove Road leading to SptinlAeld. %  • cloaed until further nollee Theae roadi have baen damaged by recent heuv. Its order of Ihe Chairman o( Tia; roMMTssioNEft op HIOHWAV84. Joaeph aa 10 so 4a rniiir KALES Tinduties of this post ii.clude the taking of verbatim notes of oaaaa Ln the Supreme Court ,md proceedings of the Legislativ 3. No quarters are provided. 4. Experience In a Secretariat or other Governnkent Department is a pre-rcqulsite to selection for .ippoliitinent to tlw post; and applications giving full particulars of iiuallncatlons and experience, with certificates and testimonials, shotihl be addressed lo the Government Secretary. St. Vincent. 5. The closing date for rev 1950. 13th October, 1950 inn applications Is 6th November, 16.10.50—Sn DEPARTMENT OF HIGHWAYS AND TRANSPORT Road Closed. Highway No. 2 Is closed to trahV it Baxters Bridge .St. Andrew. 25.10.50—2n. U < TION NOTICE is IIPKPJIY uivEN th.>t 11 ia me intention ol El.le nrathwalte of Klrton. in the parlih ol Saint Philip In Ihla lalund. Widow of llenlamin Brathwaile. %  %  %  1 >ale ol Ihla Iiland dereaeed, to make SOXCTR1CAL ITXMS—One Elaclr* application 10 the Colonial Treaaurer of Rrtrlseeator In working order Two hu i,,.^ to witruiraw from the Public Weihirag MacrUnaa^ in peefect "oexmi j Trearury on or after lb* sut day ol December IN. Ih* lum of Thirty-one d-illara and Ihlrly-one renu being One Electric Stove Electric Ironi One New American Oil Punier Incubator One llomatitchinK Machine In perfect order PR1CV.' ATTHAITIVE Apply lo D'Aro/ A Sn". Mageiine Ian* II 10 SO—Jn By iiialructlona received from 1h (on 111 us. 11 -in of IVHcr t will (ell ..1 Central Station on Mofidnv next the 3Slh. beaitiiriliui at 3 p in Ihe following llama: A Quantity of Onion, and BnpPotatoe*. II bottlei of -tout, and otaan D'ARCY A. SCOTT, Govennriaiit Auctioneer 38 10 SO 2i 1 REAL. ESTATE nrTMAR-, NAVY GARDENS Standing on I4.1S3 i>3 It ol land, containing S Bedroom* and Dining raoma. 7 Veranvifiha. Kltchenetle, Study. 2 It.' Toilet, and > aeparate Electric and Water Service*. Oarage and 1 Servant•' rootna Kaiils* converted Into 2 Plata I nape c IMfl by appointment Dial SS4'. X !0W ?.. %  MOM NID" .lluate al Shot Hall neat Yacht Club, Upper BanSt Handing o^ ;.e anuare leet of land The houaa conlarna open gailer'. 'ittlnaT, drawing and dining rootna, two hedrooma. kitchenette and uiual 1 Sersant'a room and garage In yi Inspection are-y day laacept Sund. between 4 and S p.m. or by appotnin.enl. dial SBBS Tha above will be art up for %  public competition at our enVe In SI on Friday Ihe Srd Novembe: at I p.at CARRTNaTON A SKAI.Y 3S '!> *> in HP NEW RING ALOW leet by M feet with full baeamemi. water and ligi throughout, on 't acre of land wll guard wall, tlluated al Deacon. Rd ."liter" Phone 2JB1 or apply. 1 A II WnUB. Reed Street. Cttn 10 so— *. Vacant Post of Tuj-niRsler. Truiidad (iovrrnmont Marine Service Application* r invited for the po>t of Tugmaater, Truildatd i.mt-niment Marine Service, Port Services l*p4Utmant. Candidates must be ln possession of a Certificate of Compete**-? as Home Trade Master Mariner issued by the Government of Trinidad or by the Marine Board of Jamaica, or ,1 certlllcate of equal or superior value issued by a competent authority in the United Kingdom or in any pan of the Commonwealth. It is desirable, but not essential, that candidates should have had experience in the immagemenl and manoeuvring of tugs. Tho commencing; salary will be. according to niiisraaaii In the M.ale $2,400—120—2,880 per annum. A romnuited oeertlm allowance of $25 per mensem is payable on the salary of $2,400 per annum and $30 per mensem on salary' ' exteas of $2,400 per Shore quarters are not provided but In the case of officers reted overseas, a cash allowance equal to the difference between per cent of the officer's salary and the rent paid by him is pay%  Dtg to an officer who renu unfurnished quarters; i lt the case of oilicer who rente furnished quarters an allowance equal lo differ BOM between the actual rent uaid and the aggregate of 10 cent of salary and five per cent of the annual vali.e of furniture supplied In Government quarters is payable. Allow mn-. in both eases are subject to a maximum of $50 per mensem for a married officer whose family resides with him. $30 per mensem for a married office whose family is not -esidlng with him and $20 per mensem for a sirujli officer. Free aecond class passages will be provided on Unit appointment for the officer and his family not exceeding live persons in nil. Subject to review at any time and not as a pemiuraent right of the officer, free passage on leave after a minimum tour, not exceeding the cost of normal sea passages to the place of recruitment will be provided for the officer, his wife and children subject to a maximum of three adult fares. The successful candidate will be appointed 011 probation for two years in th first instance, subject to his passing a medk-ul examination, and will be required to contribute to the Provident Fund. ApplicaUona giving full particulars of qualifications and experience, together with certificates and testimonials should be addressed to the Honourable the Colonial Secretary, Trinidad, to reach hi .iot later than the 14'h of November. 25.10.50.— 2n. WANTED TO El'f USLU ItlSTAGK STAMPS of the llrituii Writ Indlea At the Caribbean Stamp Society No 10 Swan Street MAIL NOTICE r St Lucia by ih. (aBaSta! Poet Oflace aa under.Hegletrred Mali -1 .0 %  itm October. 1B40 Ordinary Mall at 10 IB am 1 Sth October. IBM paid Into the Public Trearup. By the Piovoit Mar-mal ol Ihla laland nu1 being money du* lo the Eetate of (he aald Benjamin Bralhwalle. deceaart Deled thit llth day ol Sephmbcr. MM CARRtNGTON A M.AI.Y. Solicitor* for Ihe AppHctnl GOVERNMENT NOTICE LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE STATEMENT SHOWING AMOUNTS DUE TO ALL PRODUCERS OP CANE PER TON IN RESPECT OP SPECIAL PREFERENCE AND MOLASSES CESS PAYMENTS MADE TO SUGAR AND FANCY MOLAStiES PRODUCERS IN I860 'e'eVeVeV>V>'eVe'eV0iOS l aX-b'e'4 Ili.H TRI( \l iTtMH W Vacuum Cleanei. rlouble Hot 9 Plale. Krlllet l,.,n. Daak H lamoa H.-.Un, Pada and X HollHtrrJohn I' Hutaon Ltd THE %  ppll.at holder of Liq 1BS0. granted of John E. Brrnrrh. 77 Ol Klria In Liu No PROIHIIRS OF SUGAK I OS I A I Ol Ml LOST 'S.ISI tTRTirlC-ATB NOTICE U hereby given tha' MAR'omTPIIIIJ.IPS FSeeiiirl. of Ul* -vll. of JOHN RANDAIJ. PtllllJI"Tareeaaed. hat made application lor tnr UsU* ol a ihar* eerUSeate In place o< • I are eaeflftcate of 25 •hii" %  1 4BB BOS dated ISth Augtiat. ISUS which \m bean loat If no oblectioi gafli lade b the Novambei. 1S0O. a r.ew rrrtiAcat* Will be Itaued Bv Order ol 'Jie Board of Direetori -HE BARBADOS CO -OP COTTON PACTORY LID %  HiaislS rtapeet or a wall building Tudor Slreel SI Michael, for pOeWSMSBIl lo uar aald Liquor Ucenae Sic at bottom floor of a S atorey board and •I.Ingle ^hop .it Uppei Roeou>k Street. City Duted tin. ISlli dav of Oclober 'BAD T'i II A TAIAIA. Eaq Police aaaglatrate. Diet "A". Signed J E BRANCH. AM N H —Thli application will be con •tdered at a lacenalru^ COurl lo be held al Police Court. District "A", on Monde*. Ihe Sth day of November. IMI nt II o'clock, am H A. TALMA. Police Magt-trate. Dlat "A'v 2B IS SO in NOTICE Civic Friendly Society Scholarship! Applications are invited for two Or more scholtrshlps offered b> „, the memberi of The Civic Welfare | bl Friendly Society beginning 1951 U any second grade school in the island These scholarships are or>ened to members or the children (boys or grila) of members ., in straitened circumstances of the 3l abovenamed society, between the ages of 0 and 12 years. The' scholarships will be swarded on the results of an examination. Form of application can be hsa at the Society's Office. Swan & High Sts. and should be relumed by 4 nm. nn Saturday 28th October. 1950. J. W. MAYNARD, Secretary. Scholarship Committee. Swan & High Str. 15.10.50—to. AMOt NT FAVABLK PKR TON CANE PRODUCERS or FANCY MOLASSES Factory 01 rUnl.li..1 St. Michael I-oVMI la'AaTlt Warrens 40.25 42.00 5.95 5.39 52.20 47.30 I'lll7 57 Christ Church .. St. George Searlcs .. Bulkoley 42.00 45.50 5.40 5 85 47.40 51.3.1 F'ori 1 Pilgrim .. Gibbons Newton Spencers Fuir View 0 17 0 84 6 91 8.46 7 03 0.93 0.29 7.13 0 78 St John Colleton" Guinea Lemon Arbor . Pool '31.75 44f5 42 00 41 75 5*.71 5.40 5 38 31.75 49 tffi 47.40 47 13 Cliff Colleton Kendal MonorlefTe St. Joseph Andrews Joes River 40.00 37.50 5 17 4.84 40. K 42 3t Andrew^ 0 07 Bt Philip Cuirincton Edgecumbe Foursquare Oldbury Three Houses 45.00 45 25 44.75 44 50 44 75 5.80 5 83 5.77 r 73 5 77 50.80 51.08 50.51 50 23 50.52 Harrow 6.98 1 St. Thomas Applcwhalten Mt Wilton* Vaucluse 45 50 31.75 44 25 5 87 5*.Vo SI 37 31 75 49 95 St. James Porters Sandy Lane 41 25 41 75 5 33 5 38 48 58 47 11 LUndy Lanet 7.40 St. Lucy Fairfleld Spring Ha" 42 75 42 25 5 52 5 45 48 2: 47 70 St Peter Hay mans 42.50 5 47 47 97 St Andrew Rrure Vale Hasrgatts Swans 30 23 38 50 37.50 6.07 4.90 4.63 44 32 43 46 1 42 1-3 FIREWORKS FIREWORKS A SELECT ASSORTMENT Inchtdlna: SKYROCKETS. CRACKERS. JACK tN BOX. MATCHES. ROMAN CANDIES gU, Etc. And SPAHKLERS C. CARLTON BROWNE n i.iri. a *M>a unirui u. RMIKI st oui all WILLIAM FOGARTY LIMITED Announce* a new creation In LADIES SHOES "IIiim N III I IS l ii.i„-111,1..( limes In Ihr runrw of a day'a walking mur he-el. with the whole weight of your Body OR II. hila use grtfRad. To niinin the Jar whlrh thin causes, a reelllcnt 'XonceadeO Heel*' has been bulll Into these shoea. I hi* lessens fatigue and adds grratlv lo comfort In walking ONLY a small shipment rei-eivrd-*w be earl* and get a pair uf these smart nhoes with "HIDDEN HEELS" .1 WILLIAM FOI.AIHV I I II "Muscovado Plantation (Vacuum Pan Factories. SUCHESSFUL AUCTION SALES SaAai M. Low Charges Prnmpt Payment PLANTATION BL'ILDIN' Phone 4040 \i:\v STOCK OF IIVMIN AMAKA II.M.lllilll \\(.l l.llirili l-AKAKHN SYRUP 0V FIGS %  nd RUSKS—llaby'a Kir.l Solid Food Alau a varirly ol ( In.ills lOIIIVS Mill I. VI OHIN MORK FOR YOUR MONEY 'Ve94V//M'eVM%V*V///yrV.VfMOM' MMPV SHOES FOR MEN (All Leather) With RUBBER SOLES .'. 0 With LEATHER SOLES $5.1)5 LEATHER LOAFERS With CREI'E SOLES BUS "Die British Shoe Co., Ltd. SHOEMAKERS TO THE WORLD. *.'*.' -.-.•.-.-.'.WHAT ABOUT YOUR EXHIBITION SUIT ? Call in To-day and select some of the finest TWEEDS. WORSTEDS, SERGES, etc &f WE 1.1 MI wii i rov A I'l III I I I FMT. &f Wm. FOGARTY Ltd. TAILORING DEPT.



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PACK SIX BARBADOS ADVOCATE SATURDAY, 0CT03ER . 1M THE LONE RANGER BY FRANK STRIKER aoon.J 1_f "*.! wwrslas DO AS ^As^ M6i*i*. M ',i>*-i^: %  %  CUI*! TC BcAWE 'OR THE LOSS/ W-< ? OF w CMTtt H.SO THC LO*> WV t OF THE '*>*> I'D SAVH3/0O Ou 1 TO PAV OFF w ~^^m DO vJ I AM M3T JC*IN >J WEQS JOKINS, CO-NT" I /AW. K-WTC -*C Xl_0 WARN VCU T.4AT I {S TOO AA A 0OCO iAS P(STOCHA*\P;CN C 7 AVUaXSMAN! I COULD ABidS CORPS! M AVE -CT VOJ 7VC SACK. •rOJ AB! Wl SUAU. V*fcLX TtN WCaS. IN OPPOSlTS OifiOrriON*. • THE PHANTOM _' WE VWM8KI ALWAYS* THRU *>0R LANPTO IWMcTi CHKtfiOOPSINTHtCITV, BY LEE FALK & RAY MOORES .-•AANSbO] PH.&WAV iooue. iMSW.HeGROUNRS. AM I A 5TtAN6.Ee? IIASMT VJ*..<""'" N VOORUFEIIME AND BEFORE *XJ WRE ••BEFORE UR FATHEM TVWU. iN5 THEIR FATHERS WERE 1 THAT 13 RORWHOWCAN TOE ^TRUE; h 6N10M BE A STRAIfcE RJ BUT CM Tc UOtJCO %  *'">' ajlSI THEOTHERl XAHD< S^ I lltflltl • UNDSN UOmiM • HUHItllMH XMAS tAmos A WIOS VAMIBTY At ABVM'ATE. •\V'MIH!IIH;///////%, made by ^PHEIR good look* tell you they're/ti.tf right. You know, too, when you look at the price tag, that you can't get finer value. Illustrated is a Tan Oxford. Tied to every pair is the John White Guarantee Shield—the sign which means juit right'! Look for it in leading %  tore* in Barbados. JOHN WHITE means made just right rr, f} The Answer to your Transport Problem Massey Harris WHEEL TRACTORS (42 nil r i Also available with Steal Wheels and Half Track, (For Ploughing) WT ADDITIONAL SHIPMENT DUE SHORTLY. COURTESY 4.AIIA4.I: White Park Road. (ROBERT THOM. LTD.) — Dial 4391 BLMLD YOt/it HOUSE or BUSINESS PREMISES WITH HOLLOW CONCRETE BLOCKS MADE BY CONCRETE PRODUCTS CO. These Blocks are STRONG, EVERIASTING and ECONOMICAL Send your orders direct to Factory at Lodge Hill, St. MichaeL Telephone 2798. OR OISTRIBUTORS:',. HERBERT Ltd. Lumber Dept. Magazine Lane, Telephone 4367. CktMT SteffyAbse.. ? oirt Trouble iused by High Blood Pressure pcotahW NMMI] -ur.. fta? u %  '•Urtova ai ssasi UM MMM .nor* Mills tnaa saaaav. kesaasa th%  -:athi ta aav f tasas %  > % %  %  l n* an ••, Tb vf7 lift #M 0* Nci %  -irfKl dlteov ttr. nMM Hifh Blood CrtkWar* and nrnktv* ru f..: TM'* loauwr "> fsw dtvyi Ul Nsifet fro*n (our tmftt lod li la ur%  v.i4*d i make oo faal wU *in • iron. M^nonar Wak M ri t aW f •nttratoiK We Offer:TIPC-rn.'. Miifl Vntl^Mn PoltlM Sluftatl Onion.; t'nckiatl Oiilmii, lte.ni Vlnaaai: Wot.ii.hir C Tomato Ketctiv-p; „ Bikrd Beam In Tonulo (M'ice Table Butirr 1 IB „ Cnoktng Butter. Cheaaa pir Tb STUART & SAMPSON LTD. UM4.lMn.ra Far Belt Run BUSINESS OR PLEASURE FLY BrVM T. TRINIDAD Single S 32.M I Keturn $ 57.60 DAILY FLIGHTS CARACAS SingU | 9.W Kelurn $172.80 FREQUENT FUGHT 3 ST. LUCIA Single | 18.M Return 32.M FHEQUEMT FLIGHTS MARTINIQUE Single $ 27.00 Return f 48.80 FREQUENT FLIGHTS JAMAICA Single $190.00 Keturn (342.00 FREQU ENT FLIGHTS PUERTO RICO Single 3.0O Return SM7.40 FREQUENT FLIGHTS MIAMI Single *274.00 Rurn $403^0 l| FREQUENT FLIGHTS See I 10TH ANNIVERSARY BWIA MITISH WlSTIMuiU MHWA* Airways Houae, P.O.S. Lowrr Broad Street. Bruhetown. Phone 4585


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PACK FOUR BARBADOS ADVOCATI SATUROAY. OCTOBER 28, IK* BARBADOS43>ADVOrE When theearth open** and B.G. Had Six October 28. HSO HOLIDAYS THF C'l'V' t se when holidays with pay W*s a subject engaging; the attention u( the Legislature appears to have died a natural death. Yet those who suffer because there is no provision to force the unwilling employer are still with usNo reputable Arm in Barbados Is to be I found umoriH those who expect -an employee to work the whole year round without a holiday or contend that if he must have a vacation he should enjoy it at his own expense. Big business executives are too shrewd to uphold such a contention. They aim at efficiency and they know that a Jaded worker cannot give of his best. Trtay know thai the money spent on paying the members of ihL-ir staffs while on holiday is a sound investment which pays highly remunerative dividends. Some of the smaller shop keepers still need enlightemng however. They are inclined to take the narrow view that when an employee is not working then money expended on hia wages is a dejd loss. But even the small shopkeeper is beginning to discover that he can expect greater output from a healthy and cuabantaat employe*. The same enlightenment however cannut be claimed, for many who employ domestic servants. Naturally there are some employers whose conduct is above reproach This type ia to be found among the more wealthy w.io employ more than one or two servants and the absence of one on holiday does not disorganise the"riole or place the full burden of the cooking and house work on the shoulders of the housewife. J It is undoubtedly difficult for housewives of limited means and with a family of children to undertake the full work involved in running a home even for two weeks of the yearIt is of course done in other parts of the world where none of the lower income class would be able to employ a domestic at any tune of the year. But in those countries labour saving devices have been invented to do the work of the domestic servant The fact tha' any labour saving device in this island is beyond the reach of the pocket of the housewife in the medium and lower level income-; brackets makes it almost impossible to legislate in this island for two weeks holiday with pay for domestic servants. But failure to enact legislature should not close the door on any attempt to bring relief to domestic aervaats. Housewives could set up associations or clubs in different districts where they could meet and discuss matters of this nature and work out schemes by which help could be gi'.en to householders during the period when the domestic servant is enjoying a well-earned holiday with pay. Such clubs could be of inestimable value to fhe community. They could keep a check on the cost of living and could give accurate information to the Government concerning the rise in price in various commodities with their opinion as to whether the rise was justified. The housewife should begin to play her part in building a better Barbados. The waters drv up t'nlll l**U> ban .lri.il> known of the devas.Ullns earthquake whir* rocked Auim p. P x*ns were injured, -six ol wlium dtod .* %  I *esult ul tinInjuries received. Dunne 1949 seven drivers were chargcx vith manslaughter, while 7,477 persons wan •onvicted for breaches ol the irailii ordli ince. Of these 35 were for driving defect iv Vehicles, 160 for careless driving, y I'm i.-. I. less driving, and 10 for driving whilst undei tinInfluence '>i alcohol. As a result of these cohvictions 24 drivers had their licences suspended and tines totalling $27,332 were imposed. Pedal cyclists provide most worry for traffic cops. During 1949 800 nodal cycles were involved in accidents, 584 private motor cars, 73 buses, 138 lorries, 113 motor cycles, 49 motor vans, 3 motor ambulances. 161 animal drawn vehicles and one lire eni Kine. During last year the Traffic Department licensed 4,117 vehirles and 751 anvers were jexamined, all of wi ich earned $138,272 Iritis railway line, parallel with i revenue — distorted in many plat.For the period January to September, 1950, pedal cyclists continue to top the list having been involved in 580 accidents. Other accidents were caused by 433 private cars 299 hire cars, 72 buses. 83 lorries. 91 motor cycles, 34 vans, 105 animul drawn vehicles and 2 locomotives. too, ith terrible frequency—but we itssiatant—and then he, hear little of their troublenaif swallowed up. Next l Tibet is the populous Again the child was rescued, and prosperous province of Assam. nt "her a 'ew minutes the men where the mighty Brahinaputm extricated themselves-^ without emerges from the Himalayas and ,hp 'r slippers, here moat of our beat teg *n, tea has lo and the laal green l-\.f grown. Great Jetta of water began to spurt out of the around and In one of these the slippers were cjeeled The lo.ooo.ooii people of Assam do not normally share the Tibetan terror, but on August 15. in the midst of Independence Day celeWhen these men tell ihe story orations, they suffered one of the ,0 their grandchildren nobody worst earthquakes ever experiu '"' believe It. diced in India H'erks ol Fear For nearly four wcaka shocks. loo numerous to record, kept iheir in nightly gear Hundreds of thousand* slept in the open, but could not feel safe, for in an earthquake great chasms appear suddenly, and the very earth seems to open and swallow up whatever It la the demoralising nomena withered, and the factories win It is rolled ami tired, are almos'. as important athe bushes Doing Without On some gardens leaf-huuso have collapsed, but somehow oi other the plantim are doing without them; and where factories oi machinery have been damaged makeshifts have been devised. Bui II k on Ihe morale of Use people lhal the dlstoreaatec has had most effrrt. Terror stricken labourers havt the Brahmaputra and its trihuhad to be reassured and ball B intogether Action ha been uk.i Immediately after the first against local dealers, who woult shiCKS the Subansirl river, famous nut miss an excuse for a black for its fish remained at a surprlsmarket. Mr D. C. Hudson, a leadlm FI*H im T % %  • %  %  planter in Assam and chairmai. ried into Trees cf lh(? |oc(( ^ ^^^^ hll Four days later it reappeared Ju completed a tour of inspecin all Its fury and swept over the tioo. iouuliy>.ide. Granaries were He #t . As a result of these (1950) accidents 14 drivers were suspended from holding licences and fines totalling $16,228 were inflicted More than 500 more vehicles were licensed for the first nine months of this year than for the whole of 1949, and $149,380 was derived as revenue from this source as well as from the examination and granting of driving licences to new drivers. Slrnnger adventures came Mat frightening and ***** *' homesteads were sub^ "££ of all natural phe'"" %  **. %  "< P~P'* fle ntn he SlSLSS^ 'On some garden* 1 living in acuti discomfort—bungalows damage** boiuu without water or light, carrying on with very little sleet; , At Dibruaurh, n big town, a carrying on wilh very IitUe slcr The main shock lasted rost.over p^ w wav rih4ruiRinn with It One British planter ran upstairs millions of dying fish. I to carry his baby to safety The Panic-stricken We do know churches, schools, public office* and houses have been destroyed in great numbers Tropical Fish Farm For B.G. (Our Own Correspondent) GEORGETOWN, Oct. 24Belgium-born Maurice Vandepoel, Managing-Director of Exotic Fisheries of Miami. Florida, owners of one of the largest fish farms in the world, is on a visit to Mr. Louis Chung, and together they plan lo set up the tirst tropical fish farm in the Colony. After extended visits to the rivers and creeks that abound in the Colony Mr. Vandepoel told Pressmen that there are many species of aquanui.i fish here that are not In the town of Jorhat alone . 5.O0O pLople are homeless today .• dassilled by the world authorities. Together while ii. Dibrugarh, nearer to th< (house was twaylng so vlolchtlv that No onknew whether ihe fish oantre of the disturbance. hardi%. [with Mr. Chung he plans extensive explora! he ciiuld haidly reach the bedwere safe to eat or not, but food single brick ucuse remains unlicn Q f ne ypper reaches of the British Guiroom Electric j.ins wete almost was scarce, and ihe local flsherdamaged •'" were missing no chances Held in Vice I He got outside with the ehilr 1 I to afety nj he thought. When th< In Oojaahat, In the centre of Assam, thtprUoq walls fell down and prisoners walked out onl) to return loter in need of food %  ana rivers for the purpose of catching these disrupled' *!lr4 to tt?%el?^U* conditioning them and breeding them been seized by panic. Assam has in large numbers for exportation to the indeed suffered a major disaster ,. „ London Express Service .' u.a.n. OMI READERS SAY: Road Safety The Editor. The advocate, SIR.—Your editorial "Traffic Block" in today's issue Is a Umety wam ng and should not be read and just cast aside uy those in authority. An example of one of these heard it said. rhe little fox spoil the vine" KENNETH F HARRIS Ebenexer, King George H nad. Dank Hall. October 26 1050 h II if nil Block* attractive ] am nut in favour at all nt their local news u this i-itn be read Ui the daily paper, SOMH uf their pnii|{iainm<^ anTOXM dciinitelir jarrtng. They must be on the lookout for better service, also the BBC. The time devoted to local news could % %  given to West Indian speak*i I and artist** • • BEST WISHES Boat Wanted C 1 ollege-without-a-tie starts With handicap of 600 years difficult Major Road crossings Is To the Editor, The Advocate — Welches Road. On many occnSIH,—The Motorists have done slons. I have seen motorists and all In Iheir power u> assist the cyclist*, after stoppsog at the Hkjhways and Transport Board hiuds have had to avoid a collision ""d the Fohe* Department In vlth some other vehicle rushing "? car !?'* n out .! %  • !" *dIrom Government Hill. At this major stop there is To The Editor, The Aduocale— st'.i. K-..|l> allow me t w *.! %  to .in> notice of those in auUiorl ty the conditions existing In th> C'arringti ., the road known as Hunter' lions and are glad to see you Road Whenever there is a rainAt Una major stop unere is a drawing attention u> certain fall, this road is entirely irapusclear view of any vehicle cominK *!* %  %  Mre is one however, ^bi,., one can not get lo and from uo Arthur's HIU. but as w t are ft** nave overlooked and that is WO rk unless they are prepared t the control of trafllc with reapec. WBd c through up to their unkles to the "Major Road regulaUon^' or rari a collupjible boat and hJ .it funerab. Can you unagin. ma ke matters worse, thert is a the delay that ia caused at heavy refuse truck which comes lunerBis when coming from say through every morning. The maIfastings or Belleville, Just to jority of people who live in ihimention two areas; having to ^6 were only able to purchase atop at Roebuck Straet corner, the land on which their houses Magazine I^ne comer. ano ^ ann bec ause they were forced l<> Kings Street corner. On one do sa ^ move lncir houses, bu* your occasion I saw the police report ^^ ,-aunct afford to make anv beloved France As he is French, for not "topping, but ni>a [ n Xo lhP „„ themselves, and a proportion of Ihe sAidentc will 111 be glad if Government would always be French too ui.fortunately not blessed with X-Ray vision of Superman. '".here Is only a limited view ot Coverurnun', Hill and if one is not careful to creep .. few toet farther to nee whether there is any on-coming rcaflV. then the inevitable (.ccurs Pennhme also uand to the danger mentioned in headline "Road Safety" 1ms been overlooked for quite while The nonchalant way in w uch the drivers of horse drawn v %  hides flash their whips, have teen a constant source of w< OXEORD. Oxford went iv> sleep one night a university of 31 colleges. Bui it woke up to begin the new Michaelmas term a university wtta 32 The 32nd: fit. Antony's Oxford's Ural new general foundation since Victorian times, y St. Antony's College fa the In am child of a French millionaire VUUgearea. especialmeTcnant niannarln M Amonln IU'^NC In Aden, where he amassed his fortune trading with ihe Arabs, he brooded on the men who helped him make it. He discovered they had one common denominatoran Oxford education. He decided to give fl.!M,00 to that university, most ot it t\> endow a new college M. Besae visual aed M enlarged scheme ol Rhodes scholarship* brought up lo date and modified to embrace men from his ow. By JAMBS LEASOR : iitke some him> -If. His college Marts out to cau'h up the 600>car start mosi oxher Oxford foundations have — Merton, Oxford's oldest, opened In 1274. Here, In St. Antony's, everything is new; every problem nueiy tt provides h* own precedent The a ?. am %  ? 5? uo iversi fy* %  youngest college is also IVB smallest. It starts this first term with only seven students. Two arc French, American, and three British. ^3 years of colle"*. service make him the perfect bleiul of Jeeves i.nd the Admirable Crlehton; aim his assistant. Henry I^wonden. alsn with 23 years' college %  ervleav Said Wheatlcy. in whiU 1 gproo and black tie: "Oxford's no' nylhing like th s our Lifetime. If I eould LtTord It I'd work for nothing jus' be here." Also here and busy is pretty two hl-ltngiiiil Monna Besse, a girl oi great charm and daughter of th* patron. She lives in digs, doc 'Go Ahead . cfllee work translating French They iive, sleep and work ID applications for admission. a grey stcae neo-Gothic build ng I did not see the case reported so l gueas it must have been m-upped. The authorities should arrange f.ir policemen to be at the several make take Qsasr these roads them better. A RESIDENT Action Tonight in university clubs and senior common rooms, where donr gather ov.i port "itl learning. therS Ned about ihe new ...Hege> name. Romantic* suggest tha, 1 it eomes from the legend of Si. Antony of Padua the saint who discover* losi things. Where, they ask, coulc. he be more at home than in Oxford, ttic home of lost causes' Others point to the bhm the cyclist and pedestrian, points to direct the traffic and sa Those chaps, as if they arc about *ve delay and or prcsecutiona to administer a flogging to some 'ri respect to Motorist going to unfortunate slave, swish then fld returning from funerals, cow-hide whips in a flowing cirEYK WITNFSS. cle causing the pedestrian or %  cyclist passing them to rush into Spoken ><-tCT the street to avoid being struck; T o the Editor, The Advoeate, this Is often done vo the dismav SIR,—While I realise that of some passing motorist Woe "o Distribution Joes lots of unto vou if you are so stupid a* f 000, ltl thcr '" ls "" for to ask the fellow r b* a bit more ""provement 1 hear the ^^ fistdi r hf r < .her road for there is a t dy heap of abuc thrown after you. It would be goad if somethin,' can be done about these little things, with so much road safety talk in the air, for I have often old records played over ana As their programme la a form of entertainment, they should try to avoid Uie monotony, alv morning programmes should be different from evening. Advertising also should be made more LAWN MOWERS 2 Sizes WHEEL BARROWS GARBAGE CANS Small & Medium STEP ON CANS — GALV. BUCKETS Light. Medium & II GALV. ROUND BATHS GALV. OVAL BATHS — u. Btae, While k Ivory 10", 11", 12", 14" 16"—sain %  in" WILKINSON & IIAYNES CO., LIU. Successors To C. S. PITCHER & CO. PHONES 4472 & 4687 NOW WITH INTERNATIONAL PAINTS and get QUALITY wilh ECONOMY A PAINT FOR EACH JOB A JOE WELL DONE BV EACH I'AINT. SEE US AN0 BE INTERNATIONAL IIHWVI'.V A CO.. LTD— AGENTS. k '.v,v,v/,v.v/^v/,v.w.v.v.v.v.v.v.v/.v, ','-'---'.','*'.''';. OF SPECIAL INTEREST TO UPHOLSTERERS Will-;.-, OM \ THE HKKT IX u:\iiuit IIOIII win DO ^ Aak for — I "ARLINGH1DE LEATHER CLOTH" AN EXTRA HEAVY AND I "HHAiiii i iv i in m I I O I II I on 11115a KEATS ANW i AHS Your Inspection Invited &f DACO§TA & CO., LTD. DRY GOODS DEPT. t I U''^ half4a mile up Oxford's Wood>UH:k-ruad. BcOrc tlie eti II was an Anglican nunnery. Afterwards, a hoirtel lor graduates. Mr. Deaksn only got ihe OsBtCkSj gt-iiheiid from senior uinversiiy S'lihoritics Ihis summer. For him, a nee ihen, life has been a ceaseless round of visits, telephone (alls, sod letters. Now the college ?ius grown about him. Last night Such was his dream. Two ee sat In his tinj: office and spoke family'motK*"?! Antonjn years ago. and already rising TO. of its growing pauis p|u „, rn nnu ._ lher ,, g ^j,, bS decided he wanted action on <>ur flrst lob Is lo graft our^^ lu t The university appolnWrt uelvea on to the rest of tho Fredertck William Dampier university. We don't want to 'I Was There' Deakin as Warden—av 37 he ls become iust a dormitory for Everyone agrees rnat U the best Oxford's youngest college hend— enior studenis. >>nd M. Bcsae got his action. If' from people Warden Deakin, U.S.O.. a The college is open without uiy discrimination of race or team. OT creed. We want Ihe Oxford ideas of tolerance and It bj a motto they Mr. Deakin ulture to go round the world." with h s seven foundation memTwo men who knew Mr. Deakin bers and those who come aftei >vhen he was an undcrgradua* will live and teach. Ysars hence .1 Christ Church arc taking part they will make un old man': ui Oxford's greatest twentiethdream a fact, and people ye; enturv venture They are Fred unborn will be proud U v. steward of St Anton% a at St Antony; i charming, balding man wtuse CAKE TO-DAY" quart Trtcati, sandy haired man of Middle height, is used to tcUon and a life of swiftness. He was ihe first Briton as contact Tito during the war, is also a personal friend of Mr. Churchill He baa •rarked wilh Winston on many of his books, aiul he is one of oxford's premier history scholai Tomorrow he is taking lima off from lecturing on history To You learn ol maxim for this youngest college -f all. Oxford's only colle* ithout a crest, a tie, or a Hugge. i Oranelated Suiar Powdered Milk j T^hle Bullrr Raisin* \ t anadiau Vie* Currants j Mixed |B*M Prunes \ n ( i.i. L.I... i. ,i sods Mixed Peel Nags B Irlng Sua.tr (.Lii i Cherries. t'nlourlni 1 Cake Decoration* MEAI' IHIM Chl.kens Durks RabblU Tripe. Liver. Brain. Ox Toncaes Kresn trull Fresh Vegetables PHONE . o II II A It n s WE DELIVER





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SATTRDAY. OCTOBER II. fW BARBADOS ADVOCATE 'Robin 'Sinks: Crew Swim For Lives KM, (HOKHY l\ H\llll\l> I ..: |,'.!-. THE three-, beat "Robin" had to swim ibeir lives Jt their boai tank about three milsj off South l'wn. lighthouse I The crew wa* skipper 1'ollsr... of Dunlow Unc. Ctlth-j OUksj of Bay land and ( Laurie Gay of Bedues Hill The* vert swimming for about two nuts before they were taken up by %  moses which wis hauling ftih pots. Cuthbert dike* who ha* ore* golag a-fishing for 10 yean tol? the AsYorate that the boat wa. luitk uv a driving squall frooi the Southwest. "1 nevtr thought tha' | a big boat couW have sunk *• I aiiekly." he Mid As soon at uie %  wind struck her she was down" The men saved nothing The even had to strip to be able tc swim at agg| The "Robin" toft Its mooring about 3 a.m. on it* w king fish bank, but sank before ; it got there. 1U owner, Arnold Finder of Beikle* Hill. St. Mich < i the boat for fMO. It made iU first fishing voyage on October' 7 aad up to yesterday Pit"*" v r" only got about 110 on f '• .atches. It was maured for ITW. HARBOUR LOG G."<.. S.-r. 7. rli Hart r *rh t-wrrri'* Bkak Uiaaaatrai wh Hurt* wi iwgtae, A H Van-luvtman Brh Sanaa, u v Nrr. t'MiM P.lr PAGE TIIRFF Sit^Edward Frankland gag, **** ttmjutt* aWelsf OV DVory / ra*mry. *** nldaj U ftV at>"i •.•*• um.Mh.ar *U mtmt aw Wi In Touch With Barbados Coast Station a* I that th**y SSS no communiease the fellowim alt I pa Ittrouflh thMi 1>CMX HtMi" H-rmilolo tX.MV %  Vle-. •n a S told* Uruguay. S-S ^^ i nrr, %  n Trv. s s smth HluiUc, S Tod*. S S nmiS S Doll* Mad %  *•.. S %  %  Sundial. S S Uir BfK*a Wwrotie Red Cross Saves j Barbuda's Daily Bread %  From 0 0n CBrw^oMan. ST. JOHNS. The Am guan Red Crow Society ceased their major distribution "I food and clothing on ISlh October. Durina (heir six weeks oi wofk after the hurricane of August 31st the. datrttl forty tons of relief good* to the distressed On one orcaifon they chartered a sloop "Sea Bieeie" t" csny to Barbuda, tenti, and ground iheeu loaned from Trinidad, along with food, clothing and medical supplies Barbuda was unable to make bread aa all of their ovens were damaged, so quantities of bread were rcgulai %  ly despatched to that island In the last week packages were given to clergy of all aeO' tioni foi di-tribution Only <-. v.occasion before the puMk eye did relief nocds appear to get into unlawful hands and that was when i MUUO ,i psytssfBt m ml %  ed on arrival at th* store nous" In spite of havinf police protection. Governor Joins Library !!r txcaUmcj "• 0 and Mis Blackburnc hlY come members of thi Public Library. Do You Rerneiiil>' It.. O. S. o|>l>i %  • ? HORSES brought Bing Crosby, .he stat of k. 3dm und MTcen. to Barbados on Wednesday. Seplembtr : J 1941. He did not actually arrive on horseback He ; in ^-- <>nl\ spent a r^~-w hours in to a*s %  Avrarxhi LESS BEER LONDON. Stronger beer was Introduced i-i May but beer coraumpuon in Britain for the first eight mont. of 1950 i.rapped by abort haM K million bulk barrels, compare l with the >-me period last roa r Stanley Strong, chairman t>f th Allied Brewery Traders' Association, said beers were back to about 90 pe" cent of pre-war strength but the trade was hard hit by the high beer tax. four time* higheihan before the war. YoungOffefldersGet Privutf Rooms In Georgetown Gaol iProm Our Own CmraaiatnSi GEORGETOWN. Oct. 24. Mr. 8. G. Baker, Superintendent of Prisons at Georgetown, announced today that it is planned IUPHI to transfer the greater portion or ; — I the <-'>' "'* £ a <* population to II.M. PsjUl Scltliuit'in 00 the Maaurini River where a new block of buildings is presently under construction When this Is done the entire wooden block at Georgetown, boasting the most modern and roomy cells for a West Indian i prison, will be reserved for young offenders wi With a block exclusively rebeI served for the young men. the Antlgual system pu: Into operation recently Iby Superinlcnuem Baker of segre[gaUiix 'hem from older and more died prisoners will be more "Bor-* been emphasised by magistrates ind Ministers time and again, and while reserving the block t Georgetown Is commendable b<>ouii Welfare observers are still pressing for the establishment of a factual m the fullest meaning of the wont Police SupewaWeni Training Policemen ST JOHNS V ri.e Comptroller fr Development and Welfare has .-igreed l uruvirii an allucalion of money In order to permit the iraining M three non-commissioned orncrrs land one constable In ciwdBH investigation and deUcUon work ir irNM Our own C an aan— m ST JOHN'S Antigua. Mr R A Burnham has been AnUgua. ;iuiotnlod Assistant SuiwrlntendThese men will undertake this eni of Police In the Leeward; course at Police Headquarter* m Islands. Mr Burnham has served Trinidad, and the course will last in the Police since 1938. in 1938 tor five months, tjcing appointed an Assistant InThu grant is made from he spwlor in Northern Rhodesia In West Indies General .Training 1946 he was promoted to the rank Scheme and the cost win not be of Inspector borne by either the Federal or Mr Burnham. who l| married Pmiacntin! allocations of Cnlonnd has two children. Is expected mal Oe\'elopment and Welfare In Antigua In January, 1931. fund! Itai Ui(i.v l>ut he Diego. Crosby was quit gontol and never seemed to a-sra.*snd the autotrraph hunters. -K^ posed for %  photosgraph for an samateur photographer and thser-a made his waj to th launch that. took htm back the ship and at took away the gci-e^asa ***st radio and 11m personality ev&arto have landed in Barbados. it inn To-clay The latest about. ~Blng Crosby is that he has re can ratly roturnexi Trorii 4i tour of ^F3s_rope. Hhas been liv* sr-a.gz for the past ten years at tr*~n house nt Holmby Hill-with H lR DRM und four sons. BirK makes *l„^sl*0.000 a vear but 70'/i. tf this <_^^ to the Gov. nunsslll i taste>ss He then-fni tsMlissea moat of in. 4rns in insauoi this money. Hobus Just comP l. stSKdj tl>o lUm ^Bflr. Music. Ninnlo. S S. Pairr. S.S Braiil. a S All-. HI.T.-"^rt. • S AriTniiM/WatDSj, 8 S Pueblo KONV a CskMnt>u>. SS rZI Omnar. S S. DurMan, 9 S Caralb*. SS Oltio S S 1*0' HoSiMiy. S S Pwrnaruif. S B <9 Audrc.-. S.a. Jiiif Crt.1. S S Anrap 4. S S Pkloon. 8 S C O Tbuim. S.S VomhiU. S S. Wni.-..irt. 8 9 OnrlHo n 8 Ollmpl*. s s Fort Tt.wiuhprMl. H H Port RMrirpanM S S Alim IJRW. 8 8 Noidhmi, SS. HaSKM 8 S HuAna 8 8 Willnr.1 S XKlMdal. 8 81 l_lo%l Vnrdr Join lluumi. Civil.i il..n Marie Slwn-Wunrr i SlmpwMi MaTSrasr*! Clark*. T. Saunyoili Hlrphvn l_al Pook for VKNSSZUKUA Norar. Hart. John Hart Uarban. 8tonr EMcban Lapteu*. Autopio M*->. U)a Vlvaa. Dnira r-reaSM. aaaa K.^nnr. Harold Horan : t;. 3BJ Goes further on less petrol! HILLNiAii MINX COLE A CO., LTD. This is the GLUCOSE ^ argeaWf. 11* timory fUfti m -""% •mporiml ftt I" *f ssnsssl ^al. y g*~A of J***>V '• %  00^^**?^** L.csf, Msrsi ^^^^MBaMalalBSBsssW^ -Wrl0-W( F,s*#na ^ 1 wrsfsI / srhwK in rfcr sam In --*"., fc* wm <** cj iht IraSrtf jarfc^rllirs as wmt •vr'y. *•• tnrimtr4 **" I" "*" P"^" '""***' "i""" ^ ***** wlsdi -na,'>if kimwiJttjtrsd rrnw.'S. rV.m in Omuhk**, 1-ei.saiiar. si i^j, KpsMssJ iras -Sfrmrtofg as a *nr||Sf Si Lswsff snril fcr -ml L4<* af rfcr ay e/ ravesn/ ""i, .fccmiarry. %  l#JI k srsr sassssW f>rss.' -/ >'>*<-<"Y Omm Cm*. MoV.rr. Rel-misf at Urtm m rfj7, hr M4 -pporarmrnn ft. Ha'd^m^S .ioss,..-/. IV R-val Issnraissi aaiTVR^SoWe/AsW,. Hr -a, Prcsim. a/ ** < :***• rf£?S S*ittf f\*m iljt-h mJof*t fr'htutt ofChrmuxrf from ttfT-i*. f IV-I_ TWRtfr-JS-rirry asvaraVa 1 f.^ IS <"v''" !•*• fcCepiry KteUftsftf, Fr^*d*ib"£hadm iSt7,f*f}*+*ixjmkm*m. .iluabli t wia m Te Material." suppln energy to ihlet. rei fatigue ".i lenvioo It i inlattt (eel rg in ca^et "I 'C doi %  and fevern (ondltiort. Always a l< for the Csw a Cjir fesra rOr OrTJCN-ADA Et.i.l l.inarO Bv I Spd ...!-<. Ait=rl uvwtock om.-or. Dnrlmoc of Science ana Aaric-ulture. witkx street frum top 1st of October. lSO Home Product* Seil Well THE Home Products Department of Messrs Cnvc Shepher.l and Co. Ltd., Is doing a line uail.>speclully at this time of the ye.-i n the side of marmalades, jama. 0JSVS. j.-lh.-s. miava CBCSgas, .>nIctioneiy .iiid pepper sauce Some ot the profits of this tratie go lo locul makers from various parts of the Island who supply the .ii In-let. thruughout the year. Mtsa Nancy Southwell who is at present in chargfc? of the department tola the "Advocate"' yesterday that they sell on the average IS bottles of pepper sauce a day mid the majority Is bougdht by proprietors of bourdmg houses. She said that guava jelly, guav.. cheese, marmalade and peanut butter are greatly in demand as wme people purchase them io %  no" to their relatives and friends rerseas while others purchase them for their children. One of the newest products at the department is |M>ppci win, hlch was introduced this week and already, pseopl'' %  '"' enquinn.: after it. Another product Is rnanato iminey This la a mixture aimila i>epper sauce and made o green mango and pepper. Al though It is not a new product, yet ,-h of it ia not sold In spite of fact that It has a good Itavour Other lt>cal products sold st the lepertment are sisal grass Dssrs. slippers, a variety of baskets, turtle shell work and place matt ane Illy and sisal. 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LATIN AMERICA WANTS

BAN ON SPAIN LIFTED |

LAKE SUCCESS, Oct. 27.

E 60 Nation
‘os the United

cial Political Committee

tions Assembly to-day began

a full dress debate on whether to recommend mem-

bers to resume

A joint resolution
can countries asked that the General Assembly re-
voke its 1946 ban on the appointment of Ambassa-

dors to Madrid as well as its recommendation bar-
ring Spain from membership in international

agencies.

tic relations with Spain.
red by seven Latin Ameri-

Dominican Republic Delegate, V. Diaz Ordonez, ont

of the sponsors of the joint
“a lot of water has passed
Assembly action of 1946.

HEAVY SHOWERS |
LAST NIGHT |

After falling intermittently the
whole day yesierday the rain came
down in full force last night ae-
companied by flashes of lightning.

The City was lifeless as window
shoppers and night strollers re-
mained indoors. Only the watch-
men were seen walking up and
down the sidewalks of Broad
Street. The gutters in the streets
were filled with water and puddles
were on the pavements.

Residents in the Parish of St.
John which had the heaviest rain-
fall (three inches) up to 6 p.m.
yesterday had a busy time cleaning
their storm lanterns and putting
stocks in secure positions.



One woman who left a turkey in
her yard about 5 p.m. returned
about 6.30 p.m. to find the bird
drowned in a pond some ten yards
from her house.

The Police Sub-Station in that
district reported about 8 p.m.
heavy continuous showers with
lightning and thunder. Some of
the small roads are under water.

Rainfall returns for other dis-
tricts up to 6 p.m. yesterday were
District “A” 45 parts, “B” Board-
ed Hall one inch and 30 parts,
“C” one inch, “D”, St. Thomas
one inch and 62 parts. istrict
“E”, St. Peter two inches.

One inch and 70 rts are
recorded in District “F” and Cra
Hill, St. Lucy, received 80 parts
of rain, :

Rain — up work in mi
Beawell many Fh
given a half holiday yesterday
because of the rain. One told the
Advocate that it was actually im-
possible to work on the runway
during the heavy rains. Only a
rosa carryalls were working yes-
ay.



NEW GOVERNOR
OF BAHAMAS

(From Our Own Correspor.dent)
INDON, Oct., 27.

Major General Robert Arthur
Ross Neville C.B.B. (Royal
Marines) has been appointed
Governor and Commander-in-
Chief of the Bahamas, in succes-
sion to the late Sir George Sand-
ford.

In 1987 and 1938 he was Naval
Intelligence Officer of the Ameri-
can ang West Indies station on
the staff of Admiral] Best.



Sugar Nationalisation
Expected In U.K.

(From Our Own Cuorrespondent)

; LONDON, Oct. 27.
It is rumoured in London that
when the King speaks from the
Throne next Tuesday, he will an-
nounce the Government's intention
to nationalise the British Sugar
Corporation within the next three

months.
The Corporation, a £5,000,000

concern, handles all the sugar
beet grown in this country. The
Corporation undertakes per

cent of the British reiined sugar
trade and if nationalised it would
be set «1p in opposition to Tate
and L;ie and other private refin-

the debate be adjourne

resolution told delegates that
under the bridge” since the

It was essential, he maintained,
“to extend an open and frank
hand to those who will aid ys”.

The United Nations should not

e its doors to anyone. The
yanish people, he declared had @
legitimate right to be representec
in United . Nations specialised
agencies which were technical
bodies.

After seven of the sponsors of
the joint resolution had spoken
briefly in support, Polish delegate |
Dr. Stefan Boratyski s ted
until
Monday. “We must be given time
to study the arguments and ex- |
planations of the sponsors of the
resolution,” he said, “so that we
can p our arguments for
debate.”

The debate is continuing later
today.

Earlier during the morning

ion Fernando Berkemyer of
Peru one of the resolution
rs said that if adopted the
resolution would remove moral

cles to the ing of diplo-
matic relations with Se Spain.
United Nations Charter pro-
hibited the organisation from
intervening in the internal affairs
of nations he contended. it such
intervention were permitted the
United Nations would mean
nothing.
The General Assembly resolu-
tion of 1946 he argued, was a
“definite violation of this funda-
mental principle.”
Those seeking to revoke the
ssembly resolution were sure of
eir facts he added. They wete
confident that Spain was not a
threat to international peace and
security.



—Reuter.



TRINIDAD WINS
CHESS SERIES

{From Our Own Correspondent)

GEORGETOWN, Oct. 27.
Trinidad won the West Indies
Chess Championship to-day when
Pratt beat Osbourne of British
Guiana after eight hours of play

between Thursday and Friday.
It was a game of many compli-
cations, fierce attack and tenacious
defence in which honours were
equally divided. Pratt’s victory
so placed him second in the in-

diyidual championships which
as won by Barker of British
Guiang,

The “Trinidad Guardian”

ophy was presented ta Machine,
anager of the Trinidad team by
on’ble John Gutch Colonial
retary and Deputy Governor.
e Fernandez Cup which was
epmpeted for the first time was
gresented to Barker.
The closing points were Trini-
ad 14, British Guiana 13 and

arbados 9. Barker headed the} Holland, United States, Canada,

individual champions with seven
oittts, Pratt six and Brassington,
Sepourie and Gilkes five each.

The Trinidad and Barbados
teams except Pratt returned home
on Saturday.



Fire Destroys Lumber

(From Qur Own Correspondent)
ANTIGUA, Oct. 27.
At yesterduy’s Government
auction sale of buildings at the
former U.S. Army base, in the
eneral Service Club area, 4,299

, of us and I feel that we ought to





Islands by the motor vessel “T, B,

The turtles were bigger than the average turtle canght in Bark



Any New
Weapon Can
Be Tackled

British Defence Survey

LONDON, Oct. 27.

Atomic defence experts warning
authcrities of the dangers Britain
may have to face, emphasised
today that mew weapons of
destruction can and will be
tackled.

They were writing in the “Facts
About Civil Defence” survey
compiled to keep town and district
authorities in touch with Home
Office policy on atom defence.

“It is of vital importance that we
are not deterred by any of these
weapons” said John Hodsoll,
Director General of Civil Defence
training. “History shows that in
the course of time defence inevit-
ably catches up with offence, even
though it may never get a 100
per cent answer.”
_ It was Mice nba that ian eae
in iture war migh' ‘ar
stealer than anything yet experi-
enced in this country but the
lessons from Germany and Japan
had been “most carefully studied”
and were being applied here,
Sir John continued.

Under Britain’s reorganised de-

active defence would reduce a
surprise attack to dimensiond
that the Civil Defence could
tackle.

Sir. John warned local authori-
ties that Britain must be prepared
for a “Pearl Harbour” surprise |
attack,

foolish to bank on any phoney
war period or indeed on very
much warning at all. The Pearl
Harbour technique has been used
twice within the memory of many

expect this technique to be used
again.”

“The survey said Britain could
deal with the atem bomb if the



country were prepared and
trained,
Orders for the survey hav
ome trom Denmark, Italy,
| india, Pakistan, Australia el
Malaya.
—Reuter.

ARTIE'S HEADLINE





square teet of lumber was sold to
ex-American Vice Consul Nichol-
as Fuller for $4,100. It was com-
pletely destroyed by fire last night.



Fined

iguan Policeman
£100 For Smuggling

(Our Qwn Correspondent)

A LOCAL island

co’
home in St. Johnstan’s vill

ST. JOHN’S

stable, Robert Joseph, left his
age very early one morning this

week and as customary walked a mile away on the lands

Pome et 6.0 he four fae
at 6. 2 u
demijohn of rum Rome oes

VIENNA, Oct. 27.

Mottl, Austrian
archaeologist, has found a bone
axehead which may be 130,000
years old and sibly the oldest
tool in the Bate’ Dr. Mott! told
the Austrian Federal Cave Com-
mission that the discovery was
oe in nner eave, north of
araz in a layer af evrth and is
estimated at 730.060 years old.

If its age were correct, the axe-
head would belong to the period
between last and last but one
ice age, and denoted a much high-
mt at

find thin hed been eeepc

er
tha’ ha en suspected.





Dr. Maria

from his cow. On returning
ad of police extracting a large
ouse.

Besides this, they acquired some
other tempting articles from un-
der the bed such as sixty pieces of
dress material and six cases of
‘Lucky Strike’ cigarettes.

Joseph said he awoke at
8 a.m. that morning in a terrible
fright when he saw _ these
things in his house and was now
about to report the matter to the

lice, Next day he was fined
; £100 for being in possession of
(smuggled goods origin of which
was obviously St. Thomas be-
fause several cases were stamped
A.V.I.

Antiguan C.I.D. have success-
fully stopped a great percentage
of small smuggling this year but
occasionally they hook a big fish.
Six cases of ‘Luckies’ is equivalent
to 60,000 cigaretics which are
usually purchased at ‘e. per
packet of 20 in the Military Can-
teens and they are retailed at not

~~Renter.!less than 40c. per packet.



just a little
pcaten the

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Archbishop Of
Prague Gaoled

VATICAN CITY, Oct. 27
Vatican radio to-night quoted
Czechoslavak refugees as saying
that Cardinal Josef Beran, Arch-
bishop of Prague, was no longer
held prisoner by Communists in
his palace.











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He was believed to have been
transferred to Pankrac Gaol in
Prague.—Reuter. i



Light Reading For The Aged
SYDNEY:
_ Finding that Ubraries in state
institutions had been neglected
for 40 years, the New South
Wales government launched a
survey. They discovered 80-year-
old inmates of the Newington
Aged Women's Home trying to
make do on three books—How Care for Sick Horses at Sea
(Indian Army); The Theory of
Agecountancy; and I
Salesmanship (1890)
—Reuter.

TURNED TURTLES’

THE FIVE TURTLES which were landed at the Careqnage yostordls

top of Aston Moss colliery near
hare to-day while 50 miners were
fence system it was hoped that} Working underground,






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40,000 Chinese Help
N, Koreans In Battle

Across Manchurian Border

TOKYO, Oct. 27
REMNANTS of the North Korean army with thei:
backs to the Manchurian horde hit back stubbornly
along the advancing UnitedNations line to-day, .
Communist troops well dug in on high ground anc
supported by tanks and self-propelled guns halted th
British Commonwealth Brigade on the west coast whil
others were fighting hard further inlan? and over i)
The North Koreans were report

the northeast.
“ arent My
el to be reorganising in Com:

50 Miners munist Manchurla across the icy
A River which marks the fron-
E tier,

Uhconfittmed reports here said
thet 40,000 Chinese had been

MANCHESTER Oct. 27,
A fire swept buildings at the

They arvivod from Birds

Radar” for Mr, Bric Atkinson,














{J ni in to pees pole ive
‘Von great power plants feeding

avehuria’s War industries,

British forces ran into very
heavy resistance about two miles
west of Kasan on the road from
Pakchon to the Manchurian north- ;
ern border at Sinuiju,

United States Fifth Army air
force planes called in to fackle the
enemy holding a good offensive





) through the pithead shaft and had
to make their way to a coal shaft

three
He said: “We should be very | sucked in by airshafts swirling

j around
emergency handbells to signal to
the men above ground,

out of nearby homes in their
nightclothes when they suw the
glow of the blaze.
brought
hours.—Reuter,

They ere wnable to escape

boul 50 yards away while fire-
men fought to check the flames.

Then they were hauled up in
batches—with the smoke
them, They

had used

Thousands of people tumbled

The fire was
under control in two



UNRBIASSED
HISTORY

PARIS, Oct. 27,

A three+day United Nations
economic, selentifie and cultural
organisation in conference here hag
drawn up a guide for future
writers of history. Historians met
at the Paris Hearquarters of the
organisation to decide the

ean
to eradicate m school books
the glorifiea of conquest,

national and race consclousnes:
and oy features likely tothe
youth,

The guide stresses the need foc
the use of history as a means for
international understanding,

—Reuter.

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Sailors Strike On
Sugar Ship

RIO DE JANEIRO, Oct, 27,

The Brazilian News Agency
Asapress in a despatch said today
that the crew of the Panamanian
ship Santa Calli which is in port
loading sugar for Formosa and
North China ports went on strike
today, According to Asapress the
crew claims that the China seas
have been mined by Communists
and they refuse to muke the trip

| because o° the risks involved,

—Reuter,



| Buried 3,500 Years

DUBLIN, Oct. 27.
noeal archaeologists here re-
ported finding a burial place

repudiated to be 3,501) years old

It_ was uncovered in the County
of Meat® about 20 miles fron
Dublin Staples Work

and the findings are associated
with megalithic times in India,

Carved stones and bones we!
found.

Further excavations are expecs
ited to yield important informa

early and middle bronze age
—Reuter,












position in the hilly country
knocked out 5 tanks, but full re-
sults were not yet known,

The South Korean Sixth Divi-
sion whieh thrust one spearhead
unopposed to the Yalu River
yesterday were today fighting off
itiacks from three sides in the
mountain snows further east at
Onjong, 80 miles from the fron-
ter.

@yuteaddd alreraft flew in to
nelp them, dnd the South Korean
rst Division was grappling}
with a Communist Division at Un- |
jan, a few miles to the southwest,
Other Southern forces were hur-

8
Will Reject
Pleven Plan

TAN FRASER,

BONN, Oct, 27,
The Pleven Plan for mixed
European units in a Kuropean
army in addition to the National
armies of the Western Allios is
yehologically unacceptable to
he Germans as well as technically
impracticable, West German Jus.
Minister Homas Deheler: said
ay:

By


















tice
today,
In an interview with Reuter

Deheler, leading member of the

Free Democratic Liberal Party,

iid that the Germans vould hard-

ly oe asked to join such an army

“in an inferior capacity” without

offending the country's pride,

It the Western Powers required
Germany as a military ally, they
must jive her their confidence and |
treat her as an equal, The spirit
of the Pleven Plan which kept |
contributions down to regimental |
level appeared to be one of fear, |
he said, |

“Fear of Germany and all its |
resulting controls are stale, They
are conceived in the terms of the |
past, We have to think of the
future now,

The Danger

“The danger in the world today
is Russia. It is absurd to suppose
that Germany will ever again start
War against anyone. but the dif-
culty is in persuading public opi.
ion a} road that this ts so.”

Asked what he considered to by
the necessary conditions for Ger-
man participation in western de-
fence, Deheler said that the Allies
must turn over to the Germans al)
restrictions, such as decartelisa-
tion, economic controls, and must
abandon limitations in industry
and reviews of legislation, The
armies of the three powers mus!
consider themselvey* simply a:
forces stationed extra-territorially
on German soil and not as occu.
pation troops,

Deheler said he wag not opposed
to the presence of Allied troops
in their present role, “on the von.
trary, I welcome every new divi-
sion to Germany. We cannot have
enough.”

“T agree with General Clay,
former American Military Goy-
ernor who said on Wednesday. that
war may come any day, When it
comes we will then regret that we
did not start building German
military formations sooner,”



months ago, Even if any prepara-
tions have been made anywhere
in the West they cannot be
enough, ”—Reuter



Englishwoman
Bound By
Moslem Marriage

LONDON, Oct, 27,
A judge ruled here to-day that
the daughter of an English Lord
would have to stay married to an
Ugyptian because she knew at the
weddiig he was entitled to have



tying to their relief, \
In the northeast the South
Korean Capital Division reported
stiff resistance at a point 40 miles
above Hungnam on the coast and
inland north of Pukchon,
15,000 Cut Off
Organised forces stili opposing
the United Nations in the north
were estimated at 20,000, Another
16,000 cut off by the Allied ad-
vanee were believed to be taking
part in harassing minor actions fr



the south :
Major General Yuje Heung,
commanding the South Korean

Second Corps said today, accord.
ing to front ling reports, that
40,000 Chinese Communists had
been thrown into the North
Korean battle to protect the vital
Yalu. River power plants,

He said they were taking part
in the fighting at Unsan, 45 miles
outhcor’ of the frontier,

South Koreans intended to cap-
ture these electricity plants and
particularly the Suigo dam which
pumps power to Siberia as well as
Manchuria and Kovea, he added,

This dam, 40 miles upstream
from Antung on the Manchurlan
side of the river wag built by the
Japanese in 1987, with switches on
the Korean gidg. Its loss would
cripple industry in the Manchu-
rian cities of Dairen and Mukden

South Korean authorities have

begun to enlist reservists between |

the ages of 17 and. 47 according
to Pusan Radio today, Reservists
were ordered to register by Octo-
ber 30 or he “severely punished,”
—Reuter,

LUXURY LINER ON
MAIDEN VOYAGE

NEW YORK, Oct, 27.
The Rio Jachal the new 10,500

|

jton Argentine luxury liner docked
here earlier to-day on her maiden

voyage from Buenos Aires
only 10 passengers,

The ship was given a
jtional, harbour welcome
city fireboats and noisy
from passing vessels ¢

with
| tradl-

from
salutes
she glided



Pieces 80] up the Plate River yesterday
far exeavited were said to be

similar to pieces found in Spain}class of luxury accommodation |

The Italian built liner has one

|for 116 passengers. Officials of the

Argentine line said that

jeign exchange regulations,

The Rio Jachal and sister ship|
mprove Yourjtion about life and customs in the) Rio de la Plata are the only Latin

| American lines in the Inter-Amer-
‘ican service,—-Reuter.

| t travel
r jby citizens of the Argentine had |
‘been drasticalty curtailed by for-

more than one wife,

The Honcurable Mrs, Marjorie
(lizabeth Risk, 33-year-old
{nughter of Lord Alvingham, ask-
ed in a divorce court for annul-
nent of the Moslem marriage she
{vent through at Alexandria,
tigypt, in 1938, Her husband was
| Abdul Hamid Mustafa Risk, He
‘id not defend the petition, After
the ceremony they lived in Egypt
intil Mrs, Risk came back to
Mngland with her daughter in
i048,

She claimed to-day that as an
Anglishwoman and a Christian,
her marriage was void from the
beginning since English law did
not recognise polygamy. But the
judge ruled that though the cere+
mony was in Arabic which she did
Hot understand, he was satisfied
she had a full knowledge of its
polygamous character,

Mr, Risk was entitled to have
two, three or four wives at the
jame time, but in fact he had not
married any other wife.

Lord Alvingham aged 61, was
a conservative of Parliament, an
was given a title in 1929,

Reuter,



|

| France Extends Military
| Service To 18 Months

PARIS, Oct, 27
to-day approved the Government

vice from 12 to 18 months,

Communist Deputies
against the Government's pro
posal, The Assembly also voted
to suppress all exemptions except
for physical fitness, »

a for educational reasons
will be maintained,

Under the Bill every fit French-
man will be available for military
service for 28 years—18 months in
uniform, three years In active re-
serve, 16 years in the first re-
serve and 74 years in the second
reserve,

Defence Minister Jules Moch
has told the Assembly that
France aims
of 900,000 men by 1953,

—Reuter,

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“We could have started six] Visitors to the Festival,

The French National Assembly |
proposal to prolong military ser!

voted;

it raising an army

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92-YEAR-OLD KING
GUSTAV SERIOUSLY ILL

STOCKHOLM. Ort. 27.

HE WORLD'S OLDEST MONARCH, 92-year-

old King Gustav, was gravely ill to-night after
collapsing at a cabinet meeting to-day.

Crown Prince Gustaf Adolf was summoned to
the Palace at Drottingholm by the principal Royal
physician, Dr. Hjalmar Casserman, and other mem-
bers of the Royal Family were gathering there this

tevnoon ,

Dr, Casserman told Reuter: “This is the King’s most
serious illness yet: He is in bed, but there has been no
change for the worse this afternoon.”

A Communique signed by three

doctors said that the king was
“extremely tired’ and had “‘pro-

’

nounced difficulty in breathing’
Only in January this year he
recovered from a eritical attack

of bronchitis, Early last year he
was so ill that he had to be ecar-
ried on stretchers from Parlia-
ment

Known as “the King who
fused to grow old,” Gustav has
become one of Europe’s most
loved figures, He is the oldest,
and at six foot seven inches the
tallest king in the world.

Ministers were surprised when
he collapsed, because, though he
seemed weak and ill he spoke
normally and showed interest in
Cabinet proceedings. But he was
conducted from the meeting in
an invalid chair and his head was
noticed drooping Kiy his
chest at times,

He had earlier received Foreign
Minigter Oesten Unden who re-
ported on his recent visit to the
United States to lead the Swedish
United Nations delegation. But he

!

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KING GUSTAY

ye * vas utable to see the two new
Amphibian Will foreign diplomats who were to
be present their credentt ils, and the
Tour W.1. Crown Prince received them in-

| stead,
we . Dr. Cosserman has been in al-
Advertising W.I. Festival | ost) constant. attendance at

Drottingholm since King Gustay
returned from his annual holiday
on the Riviera in the summer.

—Reuter

LONDON, Oct, 27.
A twin engined Sealand Am-
ohibian fying boat is to start next
month on a tour of the Americas
© baost Britain’s dollar export
rive and advertise next year's
“estival of Britain



SCOTS WANT HOME RULE

The tour will cover over 22,000

22 ‘ 17% ; 97
i Hide . re GLASGOW, Oct. 27.
miles and include 14 countries in An unofficial. Plebiscite among
iddition to West Indian colonies , ee meas

viaeey ' Scottish. electors om Thursday
The plane will carry the Festival)” iis sroduced a thumping
crest painted on its nose and at UB } M

najority in favour of setting up

sach gtopping place, information Parliament

1 separate Scottish

will be handed — out inviting The Sccttish National Coven-

shies ier Flights nt Committee Organization
ind demonstrations will be given yressing for Scottish home rule
The plane is to leave from Povt onducted the Plebiseite by send-

f-Spain, Trinidad and fly to} 8 voting cards to electors in the

Venezuela, Colombia, British Gu
ina, Brazil, Uruguay, Argentina
Paraguay and Chile,

icots’ own division of G'asgow

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route to Trinidad, it will head THE NEWS
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Haiti, Cuba, Miami ond New Ring 3118 Day or Night.
York. from there it will continue mE THE ADVOCATE
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SATURDAY, OCTOBER 28, 1950







| ENTERTAINMENT
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CARIBBEAN







IS, Exeellency the Governor a Raison and the Police Band. will
yesterday completed his be there, and so wi'!l Santa Claus,
tour of Elementary Schools in Games of many kinds can pe PREMIERE
the island, by visiting Carring- enjoyed and there will be pony
ton’s Girls’, St. Giles Girls’ and rides for those who like them |
Boys’ and Belmont Girls’ Schools. Mother Alphonse, Ieadteache; | be
Mrs, Savage accompanied His of the School, to.d Carib yester- | th
oe this “i day that there will be many gifts } wi
ostpone on sale, and a wide variety t a
HAT aaa rain making choose from. There will be toys
2 of all descriptions, as well as use- Pi
the grounds of the
¥.MiP°C" so wet sha the wot ful household articles, some of be
ability that the Witch will be uns oe 8 Or eee Smokers 7
able to arrive in time due to the — 7
th , 7h “ Mother Alphonze hopes that
eu dane. “ar C.’s Hal- peop e will turn up in good num- 1 = -
posed to have en tonight en bers and help the worthy cause. f rience fis
had to be postponed until Sat- E : The Wi 0 expe OF ALL
urday Noy. 4th. It is hoped the os « Winter . Re
rote iri be ine enough | ah | ACK in the West Indies hoose “
landing on the cricket pitch on ; 5 Se “NeO J spending six monthgholiday e = ¢ | 8
the Y.M,P.C.’s playing field Nae im the United King is Mr ”
‘Ar Se ; “Gosh, 1 didnt know W. Duncan Thompghn, retired . 8
rriving Today grannies even had legs !.” Company Director Thompson ql
XPECTED to arrive this morn- & Co,, Ltd., Manufafffurers, Repre- W
ing from Canada are Mr. London Express Service sentatives of Por -—Spain. He
and Mrs. Erie Jones, They will N Look irrived here on Inesday eve- : @
arrive in Trinidad early this ew ning as an intran assenger on ; People of taste and re- fi a
morning oy T.C.A., and then fly E Marine Hotel has r the S.S. “Colombie’ , ba dye = om
On over by B.W.I.A. Charter arine Hotel has reno- He said that during his six finement find in their i : al
Flight. j vated their office and added months in Europe he _ visited : k
Mr. Jones is a representative of be yon — rooms acres France, Norway, Denmark and mellow goodness the it
the Farewell] rave) Service of Single. ey are now building Sweden and he was very glad to grea| tisfaction of
Toronto, Here only for the week- Quarters for the Manager and pe pack home to escape the winter ~~ ais ; B
end, they leave for Trinidaq ot, Some of the office staff. . and enjoy the salubrious climate outstanding quality. Fr
Monday, and also plan to visit The Hotel Royal will have of the West Indies, f
some of the other West Indian eight new rooms ready in a few

islands, _
Mr. Jones is looking over the
Caribbeafi area for his Travel

rived here on Sunday lefi} THIS LOVELY little French doll was seen by hundreds of Barba-
— im ty tb i Nees sane tke tesa Royal is 00 Thursday afternoon by B.W.LA.| ans when the “Colombie” paid its first post-war visit here. The eas si il en
- amd Mrs. Jones w e ~ for Grenada. Mr. Laws is Gen-| “Colombie” returns to Barbados tomorrow on its maiden voyage .

guests at the Marine Hotel.

Bright And Cheerful

KING a look zn at the Hoteis

in the hotel offices looked bright

weeks, Their office has bee
moved to another part of the
building and several other rooms

planning a big building scheme.
On the east side of the Hotel a
new wing is to be constructed,
consisting of a ground floor and

beauty salon and a “gift

Tourine Caribbean
R..F. A. J. LAWS who ar-

eral Manager of the New Found-
land Associated Fish Exporters,
and is visiting the various islands

back to Europe.

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f 5 With Royal Bank : .m. im!
in the Hastings area yester- three storeys. They also plan to eae ae with whom y n * " \ Wee anny waar cee oa 5 p.m ... and betray him!
day, I see that they are ail hap- and bevatal Siar aceakaee ne Also leaving. for Grenada on R. and uri. Bernard Collens Housewives { Paramount presents - - -
pily looking forward for the Thi th ill h ’ Thursday by B.W.LA. was Mr.|+ and their son Chris, ar- BOB HOPE -— RHONDA FLEMING
coming tourist season, Everyone y ee aes ain tain A. Grace, Managing Direc-|tived from Trinidad on Thursday ‘ LOVER” Samson fight < ‘ion
” ; . e s es eect
and cheerful. Except perhaps for ps for the benefit of their reife Pg 4 Me. — who tie oe he (Guide en THE GREAT bare-handed, crushing
one young lady, who had a pii2 Suests, or two weeks is wi ne ya 4 , ‘a 5 !
of letters. in front of her edna th Hotel Hastings have added w +e | Holtal Bank of Canada ‘in San Perhahu with Roland YOUNG — Roland CULVER — Richard LYON the beast to death!
i on six ni room nf do, Mrs. Lens 1 their son d SES TS. SSS SS hee
eee. ¢ et rooms, vated six others. In almost all On son's ee will re’ setae Tha dou a erage Prices of Carrots and Beets | ea Pena Re CEs ean nora rib
She was dealing with bookings Of the hotels there are workmen, R. BERTIE ROCK of the}«nd a half longer. when the “Advocate” check- | | Se
for the month of March 1951, and Putting on fresh coats of paint ‘Courtesy. Garage left for Mr. Collens is a brother-in- ed ponerter ae: tb. {Ki
she just didn’t see where she wa. ere and there, preparing for the Goong; on Thursday for a week’s} 2w to Mr. R. Norris, Acting Carro : nt ak it)

going to put all of the people,

Leaving England Tomorrow
R. K. N. R. HUSBANDS
Barbados Speaker and his

wife are returning to Barbados good. Most of the bookings are R. BERTRAM BOURNE one 1 “SAVAGE. SPLENDOR”
SY, = coe ge London on from Canada and the US. of the Attorneys of aoe Rainy Day R ADIO | Color by Technicolor

unday, Says Mr. Husbands “last : William Fogarty Ltd, and in e i SS”. E—EN ee
few days have indeed been Gifts At Convent Today charge of their office in Port-of- LTHOUGH yesterday was —" iS) ST APRERAL - MATINES' SODAL' 0.09 -(Cieap Frioss)
memorable and I wouldn't have OU may find that elusive, Spain is at present in Barbados on} /\ guch a wet day, the forty-six 1 Gilbert ROLAND in & Jimmy WAKELY in
missed the opening ceremony of He arrived from - ,

the new House of Commons for
anything.”

forthcoming “invasion” from the
north.

All of them say that bookings
throughout the season, especially

the first three months of 1951 are

hard-to-get present that you
want to give for Christmas if you

tor of Messrs, W. S. Monroe and

holiday, He will joim his wife
there, who left Barbados a few
weeks ago.

Short Holiday

a short holiday.
Trinidad on Sunday by B.W.LA.

morniag by

idministrative Secretary of C.D.
ad W., and he, his wife and son
ill be staying with the Norr'ses
t their home “Argyle” St. Law-
ance.

vurists from the Fort Townshend }*

tl seemed to be on shore either



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TO-DAY

Claudette COLBERT—Robert

Specia

“CISCO KID RETURNS’









5 and 6.30 p.m. and Continuing Daily 5
YOUNG—George
“BRIDE FOR SALE”—also—

! Added Attraction



and 8.30 p.m.
BRENT in

“SONG OF THE DRIFTERS”














he eS Ba i i Ne SU et a a a lh












attend the Fair at the Convent Canadian Medico 10pping or touring the island. Sa SS SSS |
To Europe today, and at the same fate: you R. and Mrs. Edward Cote who ogi bt agen gO tnyenr ne mh SATURDAY. OCTOBER 28, 1950 ptey — |
WAISS ELSA HOLLINDER, An- wilt be doing your part in help- arrived from Trinidad a few e island, a e eg | ;
tigua’s P.A.A. secretary, flew ing the many poor children who days ago are from Victoriaville in] 1¢m could only have been tour- ce) oe Pe ee ee mise wean: | PLAZA Theatre mam OISTIN |
to Europe this week. During her]attend St, Patrick’s Catholic the Province of Quebec. They ar-| ‘ts, such were the odd looking | iinet ee ews from. Britain, | r |. TO-DAY & SUNDAY 5 and 8.30 p.m.
six weeks’ vacation she will be/School in Jemmott’s Lane. rived in Trinidad from Canada via} ats and colourful shirts that “hit} 2°15 p.m. What the Londoner Doesn't MONOGRAM’S EXCITING DOUBLE ACTION!
The Fair which is in aid of the New York by the Argentina and] 2€ eye” as the taxis drove past.| Know, 2.30 p.m. Music Parade, 3.30 ¢ Duncan RENALDO as Cisco KID .

visiting Italy and Germany.
e CROSSWORD



St. Patrick’s Daily Meals Fund
and the free elementary school

gets underway at 3 p.m, Captain

or ee a note . 5.30 p.m. Music for Dancing, 6.16 p.m. “CHINOO
. guais who were spending Rendezvous Players, 6.30 p.m. Bligh of : :
their honeymoon in _ Barbados, | the Bounty, 7 p.m. The News, 7.10 p.m. MIDNITE MATINEE (To-day) Saturday 28th

plan to stay here for two weeks.
They are staying at the Windsor
Hotel.



Spent Honeymoon Here
R. and Mrs. Jacques Le Fla-

staying at the Windsor Hotel leave



pm

Strike up the Music, 5 p.m. Listeners’
Choice,

News Analysis,
News,

7.45 p.m. Weekly Spo

Sports Review, 4 p.m. The News,
410 p.m, The Daily Service, 4.15 p.m. |

5.15 p.m, Programme Parade,

7.15 p.m. Behind the
5» Sum-



|

James O

with Kirby GRANT and The Wonder Dog

Johnny Mack BROWN i
“CROSSED TRAILS”



“IN OLD NEW MEXICO”
liver CURWOOD'S

Jimmy
& “PARTNERS OF TH

“WOLF ae

WAKELY in











































WA this morning after a happy holi- mary, 8 p.m. Radio Newsreel, 8.15 p.m, E TRAIL”
\ a anges eee - a eee Do you ‘Remember, 8.30 P m, Concert ‘
mere n nm ponic c Oy
drawactoe an. Montreal Stendard: 9" p.m. Ring up the poe teen {
‘ They leave by B.W.I1.A. for ° vege Poe 4 -
By BEACHCOMBER Trinidad, to join the T.C.A. flight io as ye eee eee lees | GAIETY (The Garden) ST. JAMES
or Canada. Close Down. TO-DAY & SUNDAY 8.30 Matinee Sunday 5 p.m.
MAN was told that there is | Y3ss0s9s999 $35$959$9S$S65S9SSS9S Warner's Top eee Mvssicalt ASE. -
no point in travelling far DON’T BE SNOBBISH : a aa ee ve
afield when you take a holiday. ABOUT WINE. BE SNIB- g FLA SH! % i DAUGHTER OF ROSIE O'GRADY” Color by.
They said to him, “You may go | BISH. TRY THE CLOS DE || % i" —— - aia TECHNICOLOR
round the world, but adventure is | S§NIBBO, MADE IN OUR , 9 MONDAY & TUESDAY 8,30 p.m.
at your elbow; perhaps at the | OWN LABORATORIES BY s BIG ADDED % “CRIME SCHOOL” & “ROAD GANG” ;
Across ;corner of your own familiar | OUR OWN CHEMISTS,
\. A modern civil servant ? (y) street.” So this man decided | PROM SPECIALLY [I ATTRACTION! 3:
4 preming!y eae Frain. (3) e test the truth = their words. GROWN C ANNED- ENG- ‘ ee
hela e set out one fine morning to LISH GRAPES. —
1 Hest cain cn ne | Maxey Foun Middents”” AB he | eee EMPIRE ‘
es’ Tavourite, (3 rode down his own familiar street. —- ——$________——
ii, L wager ,
13 Obviously hates the sole hat ‘to a cat darted out of a doorway, and French call _Moellon Brillat- EXCITING f ; ROYAL
be misshapen. (7 he was thrown into an open dust- Savarin TO-DAY 4.45 and 8.30 and
18. Just common ‘cheek, (3) bin. The dustman kicked his , ‘ TO-DAY and TO-MORROW

fire may bring

Continuing
ence, i)
\. “iP this less you find eternity.

William Shakespeare’s

broken bicycle into an area, where
it smashed a boy’s toy horse. The
boy's mother and father sent for
the police, the dustman accused

4.30 & 8.15
Republic Smashing Double
John WAYNE — George

AFRICA ABLAZE!
Ya First Time in Color!

What On Earth Is Going On?
QUESTION should be asked

Samson, chal-
lenged, hurl to
the earth the












the man of assault and battery, “about the position of the is. “ ” (gaby) Hayes
{and a woman leaned out of a win- Saucy Mrs. Flobster in an elec- ys MACBETH i on ‘ ha
dow and called him a filthy Fas- ‘icity strike. It has been denied “WAR OF TH stines!
cist. He was arrested for causing that this absurd ship is under any — Starring — E }
a disturbance, for being drunis in ¢lectrical authority. Why should WILDCATS”
charge of a bicycle, for obstructing She be? She is certainly no part of Orson Wells.
a dustman, and for using insulting the Navy or the Merchant Service. And
language to ‘he boy's father. Ad- oe ve 8 eee one craft, ‘A is
venture, he realised, may be at the #S the housekeeper who is em- :
corner of your own familiar street, Ploved by Admiral Sir Ewart ROXY “SHERIEF OF * r
Faoaigeon to prevent complete dis- LASVAGAS ”’ | Samson, armed with
: integration and to stop boys on the r i
Come Into The Kitchen embankment throwing stones, is be ypu Me . Starring . ; the jawbone of an
paid by the Government. It is not oY, GBM GS, a
(With Mrs, Whelkstuffer) {he Admiral but the journalists Col i i Wild Bill Elliott Bobby oa of Ph ane
who call her his flag-ship. The Ad- olumbia Bik} Double Biake. \ sue

ERE is a lovely way to use up

your spare bits of stale bread.
Pound the bread in a big bowl.
Pour a little vinegar over it. Stir
in a tablespoonful of dried egg
and a teaspoonful of tinned radish
extract. Warm in the oven. with-
draw, and add sardine paste and
a sprig of mint. This is what the

—_—

miral, in his capacity of Governor
of Lots-road Power House, has
nothing to say. His office is on the
third floor of a steam laundry in
Keldon-street, taken over by the
Chelsea Statistical Society and
Census Board. There he works in
sordidness and squalor, And there
the martyr rests at present.

Desi ARNZ, — Mary soldiers!

HATCHER

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SATURDAY, OCTOBER 28, 1950 PAGE THREE

‘Robin Sinks: WING CROSHY
Crew Swim

— ADVOCATE

HARBOUR LOG |











IN BARHBADEPsS












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constitute all matter are held
together. This theory played an
important part in the subsequent
growth of chemistry. With Sit

S.S. Cherbourg, 4,396 tons net, Capt.
Andre Ranchere.. frém Le Harve
S.S. Fort Townshend, 1.943 tons net,
Capt. O'Hara, from Grenada

M.V. Vagabond Prince, 269 tons net,
Capt Crouse, from Puerto Cabello.

DEPARTURES
143 tons net.

Pollard, of Dunlow Lane, Cuth-!
bert Gilkes of Bay Land and |
Laurie Gay of Beckles Hill, They |
were swimming for about two
miles before they were taken up|
by a moses which was hauling |

Sch, Lucille M. Srith, Sch. Emanuet i
Cc. Gordon, Sch Zita Wonita, Sch |
e | Burma D., Sch. Bverdene, Sch. Mary | Sir, Edward ,
or wes += Care »line, M.V Servitor, Sch Anita |
| M., Sch. Entefprise §., Sch. Lochinvar
Sch. Harriet Whittaker, Sch. Timothy F; I
| . ir
: | A. H Vanstuytman Sch Cyril E ran an
THE three-man crew of fishing | ls arth M.V. Moneka, Sch. Laudalpha,
boat “Robin” had to swim for, | Seb pene | Pagrem wet RG the first to develop
their lives at dawn yesterday;
yes yj ARRIVALS alen hic!
when their boat sank about three | } a ¥ e B. Radar, 1'6 tons net. Capt the theory of send» hich
mil 7 = rehibold, from St. Lucia
â„¢ off South Point lighthouse | | SS. C. G. Thulm, 1,327 tons net, explains how the atoms tat
ie crew was skipper Frank Ss .pt. Hoegberg, from New York .
|

fish pots. .
Cuthbert Gilkes who has eet | Tar YA = eaters, ° .
going a-fishing for 19 years tole | Capt. Hoegberg. ton, oui a rae Norman Lockyer, Brittsh

~ astronomer, Frankland discovered

the existence of helium in the sun. In addition, he was one of the leading authorities on
water supply, and instituted a system for the periodic examination of water for bacteria

the Advocate that the boat was
sunk by. a driving squall from the | |
Southwest, “I never thought that |
a big boat could have sunk sv |
quickly,” he said. “As soon as the |
wind struck her she was down.” |

The men saved nothing, They |
even had to strip to be able to
swim at ease.

The “Robin” left its mooring

In Touch With Barbados
Coast Station

Cable and Wireless (W.1.) Limited
advise that they can now communicate
with the following ships through their
Barbados Coast Station:

S.S. Rangitoto/GLMV, S.S._ Virzo-



which brought him widespread renown.
Bom in Churchtown, Lancashire, in 1825, Fronkland was apprenticed to a druggist
at the age of twenty to study chemistry. In 1858

on

hansteen, S.S. Loide Uruguay. 8.5 “La
Coubre/FOFG, S.S. Trya,
ern Atlantic, S.S. Fede,

Goes further

S.S. South-
S.S. Strom-



BP Meceny led gs coe drag d Sa boll, 5.8. Dolly Madison, 8.8. Cher- in Lancaster until he went to London

king fish bank, but sank before | sey a “anor bedeeard Camas less petro I College, Manchester. Returning to

it got there, Naranjo, S.8- Ponce, S/S" Dolores, 5:3. he was appointed professor of chemistry at Owens College, Manchester. ming
Its owner, Arnold Pinder of London in 1857, he held appointments at St. Bartholoméw’s Hospital, The Royal Institution

Tents s.3. ae Transporter, S.S Me
Beckles Hill, St, Michael, built Argentina WMDS." S.S_'“Pueblo/KONY, The New
the boat for $950. It made its| . SS. Carat Paes: S

first fishing voyage on October H i LLM N ; ad

7 and up to yesterday Pinder had

only got about $10 ou cf ‘t ,
catehes, It was insured for $100. With Plus-Fower Engene

| and The Royal School of Mines. He was President of the Chemical
|
Society fiom 1871-3, and of the Institute of Chentistry from 1877-80.
The Royal Society awarded him its highest honour~the Copley Medal—

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El Ss.
| Dunstan, S.S. Caraibe, S.6. Celilo, $.S.
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s.s. .
; S.S. Willemstad,
SS. Golfiten, SS Olimpia. S.S. Fort

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yy ‘atic 894. Frankland was knighted in 1897, five years before his death.
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3.8.

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Daily Bread * Rule indian, “S'8. Lembulun 8°

HORSES brought Bing Crosby, the star of
screen, to Barbados on Wednesday, September 3,
did not actually arrive on horseback. He arri~-<—d by the
American Liner S.S. “Argentina,” intransit for South
America where he intended buying some hors<=s for his
stable.

= adio and
1941. He

(From Our Own Correspondent) |
ST, JOHNS,

The Ant.guan Red Cross Society

ceased their major distribution of

food and clothing on 13th Octo-

ber, During fheir six weeks of

Seawell

ARRIVALS By B.W.1.A.L
pore MAQUETIA : George
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work after the hurricane of Au- Carlota Hernandez

gust 3lst they distributed nearly| ~ Reena aac B “nse pons ae a f<—w hours in Wi hane ae ees Gajohten

forty tons of relief goods to the arbacios but he dick =zet escape| ror TRINIDAD: Ha ® which wins Test Matche Ales. ieiniddiat

distressed. On one occasion they YoungOffendersGet the clutches of the “7 & gilant curi0} Moore, Eepidio Serre,” Spoor Serra. | ves, : Soe tare

chartered a sloop “Sea Breeze” to ° seliers and autograe¢g>F hunters, Ramee Yarde, Joan Huggins, Elvira | energy to athletes, restores and sustains |
7 5 < : uggins, Marie Stuart-Ws , Baa ; if ;

carry to Barbuda, tents, and Private Rooms In once word had spreaec
this farmous crooner
bados.

When the Press ca"2g@ht up with
him after a frantic Cleese that took
them to the Hospitai. the Aquatic
Club, the Club ores. Goddard’s

“sw as in Bar-| Stephen Lai Fook ' infant feed

For VENEXZU : ig in cases of acidosis, matiutriti

ground’ sheets loaned from Trin-
idad, along with food, clothing
and medical supplies. Barbuda
jwas unable to make bread as all
of their ovens were damaged, so
quantities of bread were régular-

Norah Hart, John |
Hart, Barbara Stone, Esteban Lapiera. |
Antonio Maso, Olga Vivas, Emma
Prendes, Elsa Rodriguez, Hurold Horan, |
Margaret Horan, Virginia Bremessino.
For GRENADA: Enid Linard, Eva

and feveris)) conditions.
Always

Georgetown Gaol

(From Our Own Ske egal
GEORGETOWN, Oct.,
Mr, §. G, Baker, aa ceetitande

ask for the Cow & Gate bran

ly despatched to that island.

In the last week packages were
given to clergy of all denomina-
tions for distribution, Only on one
oecasion before the public eye did
relief goods appear to get into
unlawful hands and that was when
a truckload of packages was raid-
ed on arrival at the store house
in spite of having police protec-
tion.

Governor Joins Library

His Excellency . the Governor
and Mrs, Blackburne have be-



come members of the Antigua
Public Library,

LESS BEER

LONDON.
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May but beer consumption in
Britain for the first eight months
of 1950 drépped "by about half. a
million bulk barrels, compared
with the same period last year.

ent of Prisons at Georgetown, an-
nounced today that it is planned
to transfer the greater portion of
the City’s gaol population to H.M
Penal Settlement on the Mazurini
River where a new block of
buildings is presently under con-
struction, Wh hen this is done the
entire wooden block at George-
town, boasting the most modern
and roomy cells for a West Indian
prison, will be reserved for young
offenders.

With a block exclusively re-
served for the young men, the
system put into operation recently
by Superintendent Baker of segre-
gating them from older and more
seasoned prisoners will be more
complete.

The need for a “Borstal” has
been emphasised by magistrates
and Ministers time and again, and
while veserving the block at
Georgetown is commendable So-
cial Welfare observers are still
4| pressing for the establishment of

«ta Borstal in the fullest meaning of

Stanley Strong, chairman of the | the word,

Allied Brewery Traders’ Associa.
tion, said beers were back to about
90 per cent of pre-war strength
but the trade was hard hit by the
high beer tax, fou times higher
than before the war. ie



Police Superintendent

(From Our Own Correspondent)
ST. JOHN’S Antigua,
A. Burnham has been
Superintend-

Mr. R,
appointed Assistant
ent of Police in
Islands, Mr. Burnham has served
in the Police since 1936, in 1938
being appointed an Assistant In-



NS aie ; .
Training Policemen
(From oT Own Correspondent)

T, JOHN’S Antigua.

The Romptvolier for Develop-
ment and Welfare has agreed to
provide an allocation of money in
order to permit the training of
three non-commissioned officers
and one constable in criminal in-
vestigation and detection work in
Antigua.

These men will undertake this

the Leeward | course at Police Headquarters in

Trinidad, and the course will last
for five months.
This grant is made from the

Sedgley, Eli Rod
Restaurant and mos of the prin- PauNon Archer, Fo Ae 3, Laws, Wittens |
cipal streets of Bxr-®<#getown, he | Grace, Geo Benson.
was about to feawe ihe Baggage | ine elie Ort ow Comite
Warehouse to réturr: == board in the | Albert "Parkes, SyADed Svetwiiien |
afternoon. Walter Milne oes
Dressed in a jit®e=2r-bug shirt,



decorated with dolpE.@2u1s and worn
outside the pants, h<— paused, with
the inevitable pipe 2 his mouth
to chat with the E-=
He said that he wees on his way
to South America tc» choose some
of the horses he there to take back= ~with him to |
the U.S.A.

Bing Crosby at
only owned a larga<=
owmed a racetrack as well, the
Del Mar Track in Sam, Diego.

Crosby was quit<_— genial and
never seemed to re2 2d the auto-
graph hunters. = — posed for a
photograph for ar tographer and ther= =made his way
to the launch that “took him back
to the ship and at — Re same time
took away the gre<=etest radio and
film personality ewe=2— to have land-
ed in re!

Home Products
Sell Well

THE Home Products Depart-
ment of Messrs.
and Co. Ltd., is doing a fine trade
tH rat time not especially at this time of the year
stable but!in the sale of marmalades, jams,
guava jellies, guava cheese, con-
fectionery and pepper sauce.

Some of the profits of this trade
go to local makers from various
parts of the island who supply the
articles throughout the year.

Miss Nancy Southwell who is at
present in charge of the depart-
ment told the “Aidvocate” yester-
day that they sell on the average
16 bottles of pepper sauce a day
and the majority is bought by
Bing T>> ay proprietors of boarding houses.
The latest about airy Crosby is
that he has rece===tly returned
ifrom a tour of KE ==azrope.

He has been liw=_=@ for the past
ten years at tie
Holmby Hills wit®® Tris wife Dixie

She said that guava jelly, guava
cheese, marmalade and peanut
butter are greatly in demand as
some people purchase them to
send to their relatives and friends
overseas while others purchase

and four sons. ’ ;

Siaus punken Siaseebeah 9 yet | oe ib eee cent dbetiicte
but 70% of this a ernment in taxe=> - He therefore which was’ intro@uaced a &

utilises most of his “ime in making
He Baas just com-
<
and already, people are enquiring
after it. Another product is mango
chutney. This is a mixture similar
to pepper sauce and made of
green mango and pepper. Al-

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though it is not a new product, yet

much of it is not sold in spite of
the fact that it has a good
flavour.

Other local products sold at the
pa ay are sisal pags,
slippers, a-variety of baskets,
turtle shell work and place mats
of cane lily and sisal. In addition,
there is a baby section with woollen
coats, baskets and boots,

West Indies General Training
Scheme and the cost will not be
borne by either the Federal or
Presidential allocations of Colo-
and Welfare

spector in Northern Rhodesia, In
1946 he was promoted to the rank
of Inspector,

Mr. Burnham, who is married
and has two children, is expected nial Development
in Antigua in January, 1951, funds.

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Saturday, October 28,

HOLIDAYS

THE controversy which arose when holi-
days with pay was a subject engaging the
attention of the Legislature appears to
have died a natural death. Yet those who
suffer because there is no provision to
force the unwilling employer are still with
us. ees ;

No reputable firm in Barbados is to ‘be
found among those who expect “an em-
ployee to work the whole year round with-
out a holiday or contend that if-he must
have a vacation he should enjoy it at-his
own expense.

. Big business executives are too shrewd
to uphold such a contention. They aim at
efficiency.and they know that a jaded ~
worker cannot give of his best. They know
that the money spent on paying the mem-
bers of their staffs while on holiday is a
sound investment which pays highly
remunerative dividends. ..,





Some of the smaller shop keepers still
need enlightening however, They are in-
clined to take the narrow view that when
an employee is not working then money

expended on his wages is.a dead loss. But -

even the small shopkeeper is beginning to
discover that he can expect greater output
from-a healthy and. contented. employee. =~

The same enlightenment however. can-
not be claimed for many- ‘who employ
domestic servants. Naturally there are
some employers whose conduct is above
reproach. This type is to be found among
the more wealthy w.10 employ more than
one or two servants and the absence of one
on holiday does not disorganisé the“hotise
or place the full burden-of the cooking and
house work on the shoulders of the house-
wife. 5

It is undoubtedly difficult for housewives
of limited means and with a family of
children to undertake the full work in-
volved in running a home even for two
weeks of the year.

It is of course done in other parts of the
world where none of the lower income
class would be able to employ a domestic
at any time of the year. But in those coun-
tries labour saving devices have been in-
vented to do the work of the domestic
servant. ees nialty

The fact tha‘ any labour saving device
in this island is beyond the of the
pocket of the housewife in the medium and
lower level income= braekets’ makes it
almost impossible to legislate in this island
for two weeks holiday with pay for domes-
tic servants. But failure.to enact legisla-
ture should nof ¢lose the door on any
attempt to bring relief to domestic ser-
vants. Housewives could set up associa-
tions or clubs in different districts. where
they could meet and discuss matters of
this nature’ and work out schemes by
which help could be given to householders
during the period when the domestic ser-
vant is enjoying’a well-earned holiday
with pay. t

Such clubs could be of inestimable value
to the community... They could keep a
check on the cost of living and could give
accurate information to the Government
concerning the ‘ise in, price in various
commodities with their opinion as Ao
whether the rise was justified.

The housewife should begin to play her
part in building a better Barbados.



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India, ‘for 28 days late
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Until today only
bare details were
known of the devas-
tating earthquake
which rocked Assam
province of eastern

es
L

‘Griffiths

authority
and. adviser to the

{

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on Assam
| Indian Tea Associa~
}

tion, presents the first

dramatic picture of
what actually hap-
pened.

IT is @ great thing to be able to
sleep at night, free from fear.
The people of Fastern Tibet do
not enjoy this blessing, for earth-
‘oo’ being oe threat of death
terri e frequency—but we
hear little of their thouhies,

Next t@ Tibet is the populous
and prospirous province of Assam,
where the mighty Brahmaputra
emerges from the Himalayas and
where most:of our best tea is
grown.

The 10,000,000 people of Assam.
do not normally share the Tibetan
terror, but on August 15, in the
midst of Independence Day cele-
brations, they suffered one of the
worst earthquakes ever experi-
' enced in India.

| Weeks of Fear

For nearly four weeks shocks,
too numergus to record, kept them
in nightly tear.

Hundreds of thousands slept
in the opén, but could not feel
safe, for in an earthquake great
chasms appear suddenly, and the
very earth seems to open and
swallow up whatever is on it,

It is the most frightening and
demoralbing of all natural phe-
nomena.

The matin shock lasted just over
two minutes, It was violent
that in» Caleutta, 500 les away,
the pen of the recording seismo-
graph Was thrown off the machine.

Scientists therefore, did not
Know. howrbad it was, But many
ordinary folk knew'only too well.



Pig. deg ;
One British planter ran upstairs
| to earry his baby to safety. The
house was swaying so violently that
he could ‘hardly’ reach the, bed-
| room. Electric gans were almost
swinging to’ the’ ceiling.

| Held, in- Vice *

He got outside with the ‘child,
to safety as he thought, when the





BARBADOS ADVOCATE



earth opened up,
and held him, up to the waist, as
in a vice.

closed again,

He passed the baby to a British
assistant—and then he, too, was
half swallowed up.

Again the child was rescued,
and after a few minutes the men
extricated themselves— without
their slippers.

Great jets of water began
to spurt out of the ground
and in one of these the slip-
pers were ejected.

When these men tell the story
to their grandchildren nobody
will believe it.

Stranger adventures came to
the Brahmaputra and its tribu-
taries.

Immediately after the first
shoeks the Subansiri river, famous
for its fish remained at a surpris-
ing low level.

Fled into Trees

Four days later it reappeared
in all its fury and swept over the
countryside, Granaries were
destroyed, homesteads were sub-
merged, and people fled into the
trees,

At, Dibrugarh, a big town, a
bore, or. wave, raced down the
Brahmaputra, to the accompani-
ment of thunderous noises. The
wer fel) eight feet and gave off
umes .

Two days later it came on in
high flood—just as suddenly as
it had fallen—bringing with it
millions of dying fish.

No one knew whether the fish
were safe to eat or not, but food
.was scarce, and the loca) fisher-

-men- were missing no chances,

In, Golaghat, in the centre of
Assam, the prison walls fell down
and prisoners walked out—only
to return later in need of food.



ApvOeTE | When the earth opens and
The waters dry up



Gaping. fissures sweep
through private houses
in Jorhat.

Nightmare Road

The main road through Assan
is a nightmare. Here and theri
are huge gaps while in betweei
the road has been compresse:
into strips too narrow even fo
a bullock cart, and set at an:
angle from horizontal to perpen
dicular.

It will be weeks before this
famous road, which carried
so many British, Indian and
American troops to Imphal
or Kohima in the war, can
be restored.

The railway line parallel with |
it was distorted in many places
and bridges were damaged; but
Karnail Singh, a Sikh engineei
with a reputation for achieving
the impossible, has been at work
and trains are running again.

Assam is a land of tea ano
many tea gardens lie in the
striken area,

Besides being grown, tea has to
be manufactured and the leaf
houses, where the green leaf is
withered, and the factories wher.
it is rolled and fired, are almost
as important as the bushes.

Doing Without

On some gardens leaf-houses
have collapsed but somehow or
other the planters are doing with-
out them; and where factories or
machinery have been damaged
makeshifts have been devised.

But it is on the morale
of the people that the dis-
turbance has had most effect.

Terror stricken labourers havc
had to be reassured and hela
together. Action has been taker,
against local dealers, who woulc
not miss an excuse for a black
market.

Mr. D. C. Hodson, a leading
planter in Assam and chairman
of the local tea association ha
just completed a tour of inspec-
tion.

eeepc iimes
gen enema



He says: “On some gardens
today they are living in acute
discomfort—bungalows damaged
some without water or light,
carrying on with very little sleep
and acheiving the immpoosible.”

Panic;stricken

We do know churches, schools,



B:G. Had Six
Road Deaths
In 1950

(Our Own Correspondent)

GEORGETOWN, Oct. 24.
There were 1,374 road accidents in British

juries received,

Up to the end of September, 1950, there
were 1,012 road accidents in which 322 por-
ions were injured, six of whom died as a
result of the injuries received.

During 1949 seven drivers were charged
vith manslaughter, while 7,477 persons were
convicted for breaches of the traffic ordin

less driving, and 10 for driving whilst unde:
the influence of alcohol.

As a result of these eohvictions 24 drivers
had their licences suspended and fines total-
ling $27,332 were imposed.

Pedal cyclists provide most worry for

were involved in

accidents, 584 private
cycles, 49 motor vans, 3 motor ambulances,
161 animal drawn vehicles and one fire en-
gine.

During last year the Traffic Department
licensed 4,117 vehicles and 751 arivers were
examined, all of which earned $138,272 in
revenue,

For the period January to September, 1950,
pedal cyclists continue to top the list
having been involved in 580 accidents. Other
accidents were caused by 433 private cars,
299 hire cars, 72 buses, 83 lorries, 91 motor
cycles, 34 vans, 105 animal drawn vehicles.
and 2 locomotives.

As a result of these (1950) accidents 14
drivers were suspended from holding licen-
ces and fines totalling $16,228 were inflicted

More than 500 more vehicles were licensed
for the first nine months of this year than
for the whole of 1949, and $149,380 was

derived as revenue from this source as well
as from the examination and granting of
driving licences to new drivers.



Tropical Fish Farm
For B.G.

(Our Own Correspondent)

GEORGETOWN, Oct. 24.
Belgium-born Meurice Vandepoel, Manag-
ing-Director of Exotic Fisheries of Miami,
Florida, owners of one of the largest fish
farms in the world, is on a visit to Mr. Louis
Chung, and together they plan to set up the
first tropical fish farm in the Colony.

After extended visits to the rivers and

public offices and houses have| creeks that abound in the Colony Mr. Van-
been destroyed in great numbers | depoel told Pressmen that there are many

In the town.of Jorhat alone,| species of aquariura fish here that are not
5,000 people are homeless today; | jassified by the world authorities. Together

while in Dibrugarh, nearer to the

centre of the disturbance, hardly ; with Mr. Chung he plans extensive explora-

a single brick house remains un-
damaged.

Normal life has been completely |
disrupted and the people have
been seized by panic. Assam has
indeed suffered a major disaster.

London Express Service.;



tion of the upper reaches of the British Gui-

/ana rivers for the purpose of catching these
fish, conditioning them and breeding them
in large numbers for exportation to the
U.S.A.



Guiana in 1949 in which 239 persons were
injured, 20 of whom died as a result of in-

ance. Of these 35 were for driving defective {
vehicles, 160 for careless driving, 9 for reck-

traffic cops. During 1949 800 pedal cycles

motor cars, 73 buses, 138 lorries, 113 motor




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OUR READERS SAY:

Road Safety
The Editor, The Advocate,
SIR,—Your torial ‘Traffic

Block” in today’s issue is a timely
warn'ng and should not be read
and just cast aside by those in
authority.

An example of one of these
difficult Major Road crossings is
Welches Road. On many occa-
sions, I have seen motorists and
cyclists, after stopping at the
studs have had to avoid a collision
vith some other vehicle rushing
from Government Hill.

At this major stop there is a
clear view of any vehicle coming
up Arthur's Hill, but as we are
unfortunately not blessed with
X-Ray vision of Superman,
*“here is only a limited view of
Govermment Hill and if one is
not careful to creep a few feet
farther to see whether there is
any on-coming traffic, then the
inevitable occurs.

Permit me also to add to the
danger mentioned under your
headline “Road Safety” one which
has been overlooked for quite a
while. The nonchalant way in
waich the drivers of horse drawn
vehicles flash their whips, have
Feen a constant source of worry
to the cyclist and pedestrian,
Those chaps, as if they are about
to administer a flogging to some
unfortunate slave, swish their
cow-hide whips in a flowing cir-
cle. causing the pedestrian or
cyclist passing them to rush into
the street to avoid being struck;
this is offen done vo the dismay
of some passing motorist. Woe
unto you if you are so stupid as
to ask the fellow vo be a bit more
eomsidernte for other road users
for there is a t'dy heap of abuse
thrown after you.

It would. be. good if something
can be done about vhese little
things, with so much road safety
talk in the air, for I have often

. spoil the vine,”
KENNETH

sid

heard it said, “The little foxes

F. HARRIS.
Ebenezer, » :
King George Road,
Bank Hall, sae

October 26, 1950.
Funeral Blocks
othe Editor, The Advocate—

The Motorists’ have done —

all in their power to, assist the

hways . and rt Board
and the Police Department in
the carrying out of the regula-

tions and are glad to see you
drawing attention to certain
defects, there is one however,
you have overlooked and that is
the control of traffic with respect
to the “Major Road regulations”
at funerals. Can you imagine
the delay... that .is -caused at
funerals «when coming from say
Hastings or, Belleville, just to
mention two areas; having to
Stop at Roebuck Street corner,
Magazine Lane’ corner, and
King's Street corner. On one
occasion I saw the police report
a Motorist for not stopping, but
I did not see the case reported
so I guess it must have been
dropped.

The authorities should arrange
for policemen to be at the several
points to direct the traffic and so
save delay and or presecutions
in respect to Motorist going to
and returning from funerals.

Spoken News
To the Editor, The Advocate,

SIR,—While I realise. that
Radio Distribution does lots of
good, still there is room for
improvement, I hear the same
old records played over and

over

As their programme is a form
of entertainment, they should try
to avoid the monotony, also
morning programmes should be
different from evening. Advertis-
ing also should be made more

attractive. *F! amnot ip favour
at all oftheir logal news as this
can be ¥é in the daily paper.
Some oftheir . progr es are
definitely» ew y must
be on the lookout for better ser-
vice, also the B.B.C, The time de-
voted to local news could be
given to West Indian speakers
and artists,
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Boat Wanted

To The Editor, The Advocate—
SIJR,—Kindly ‘allowame to draw,
to
those in author
ty the conditions existing in the”

‘Carrington’s Village area, especial -
ly the road known as Hunter’

oad. Whenever there is a rain-
fall, this road is entirely impas-
sable, one cannot get to and from
work unless they are prepared to
wade through up to their ankles
or carry a collapsible boat and tu
make matters worse, there is a
heavy refuse truck which comes
through every morning. The ma-
jority of people who live in this
road were. only able to purchase
the land on which their houses
gees because they were forced to
.do so or move their houses, but
they cannot afford to make any
repairs to the road themselves, and
will be glad if Government would
take over these roads and make
them better, ~ ’

‘ A RESIDENT.

‘They got the ‘dea from
Colombo.”



London Express Service

College-without-a-tie starts
With handicap of 600 years

OXFORD,

Oxford went vo sleep one night
» university of 31 colleges.

But it woke up to begin the new
Michaelmas term a_ university
with 32, The 32nd: St. Antony’s
Oxford's first new general founda-
tion since Victorian times,

St. Antony’s College i. the
brain child of a French millionaire
merchant mandarin, M, Antonin
Besse. In Aden, where he
amassed his fortune trading with
vhe Arabs, he brooded on the men
who helped him make it. He dis-
covered they had one common
denominator: an Oxford educa-
tion. ‘

He decided to give £1,500,000 to
that university, most of it to
endow a new college.

M, Besse visualised an enlarged
scheme of Rhodes scholarships
brought up to date and modified
to embrace men from his own
beloved France. As he is French,
a proportion of the sludents will
always be French too.

Action ...

Such was his dream. Two
years ago, and already rising 76,
he decided he wanted action on
tT. The university appointed
Frederick William | Dampier
Deakin as Warden—av 37 he is
Oxford’s youngest college head—
and M. Besse got his action.

Warden Deakin, DS,O., a
quiet-voiced, sandy haired man of
raiddle height, is used to action
and a life of swiftness. He was
the first Briton vo contact Tito
during the war, is also a personal
friehd of Mr. Churchill. He has
worked with Winston on many
of his books, and he is one of
Oxford’s premier history scholars.

Tomorrow he is taking time off
from lecturing on history ‘vo

By JAMES LEASOR

make some himsclf. His college
starts out to catch up the 600-
year start most other Oxford
foundations have — Merton,
Qxford’s oldest, opened in 1274.
Here, in St. Antony’s, every-
thing is new; every problem
provides ivs own precedent. The
university’s youngest college is
also ivs smallest. It starts this
first term with only seven stu-
dents. Two are French, two
American, and three British.

‘Go Ahead ...

Tney iive, sleep and work in
a grey stone neo-Gothic build'ng
halffa mile up Oxford’s Wood-
stock-road. Before Vhe war it
was an Anglican nunnery, After-
wards, a hostel for graduates.

Mr. Deakin only got the official
go-ahead from senior university
authorities this summer, For him,
snee then, life has been a cease-
less round of visits, telephone
calls, and letters. Now the college
has grown about him. Last night
ae sat in his tiny office and spoke
of its growing pains.

“Our first job is to graft our-
selves on to the rest of the
University, We don’t want to
become just a dormitory for
senior studenvs. You learn of
life from people, not from books,

“The college is open without
any discrimination of race or
religion or creed. We want the
Oxford ideas of tolerance and
culture to go round the world.”

Two men who knew Mr. Deakin
when he was an undergraduate
at Christ Church are taking part

in Oxford’s greatest twentieth-
century venture. They are Fred
Wheatley, steward of St. Antony’s

a charming, balding man whse

23 years of college service make
him the perfect blend of Jeeves
and the Admirable Crichton; and
his assistant, Henry Lewenden,
also with 23 years’ college
service.

Said Wheatley, in white apron
and black tie: “Oxford's not
likely Yo see anything like th’'s
again in our lifetime. If I could

afford it I'd work for nothing just |}

to be here.”

Also here and busy is pretty
bi-lingual Monna Besse, a girl 01
great charm and daughter of the |}
patron.
effice work Wranslating French |;
applications for admission, ;

Tonight in university clubs and
senior common rooms, where dons ;
gather over port and learning,
there is discussien about the new
college’s name. Romantics sug-
gest thay it eomes from the

legend of St. Antony of Padua, |}

the saint lost

things.

who discovers

Others the blunt |!

family motto of Antonin Besse:

point to

more in you,

‘I Was There’
Everyone agrees vhat is the best
maxim for this youngest college
ef all, Oxford’s only college
without a crest, a tie, or a Rugger ;
team, :

It is a motto thay Mr. Deakin
with h's seven foundation mem-

bers and those who come after
will live and teach. Years hence!
they will make an old man’s!
dream aé fact, and people ye}
unborn will be proud to say:|
“But I was at St. Antony’s....”

—L.E.S.

;

POSDDSCSGISSOSSSS FIFI FOI TS S9SS99F

She lives in digs, does |}!

Where, they ask, could | |))

he be more at home than in |(;
Oxford, vhe home of lost causes’ ik

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Planters
Smiling Thru —

THE MANAGERS, planters,
bookkeepers and overseers that |
visited the City yesterday were all |
smiling, They are all pleased with |
the rainfall and more than pleased |
with the progress of the canes

Mr. Fred Ingram, who has been |
at Turner's Hall for 23 years, told }
the Advocate yesterday that the |
eanes in St. Andrew are looking |
very well. So far for the year he
has recorded 68 inches and they
are still getting a good rainfall.

Mr. Ingram was winner of a
Silver Cup at the Annual Indus-
trial Exhibition last year for the
best group of canes. He took this
Cup from Mount Wilton who were |
holding it since 1943. He hopes to
retain it this year.

He raid that in the Haggatts and
King Street area some of the |
canes that were showing good
signs, were washed away owing to
strong currents of water. He has
never seen so many landslides in
his life as he had seen at Turner's
Hall this year. He had to cut down
some of the trees to save them be-
ine taken away by the slides.

Mr. Ingram said that the ra-
toons are looking fine. The yams
are not promising, but the corn is |
doing fairly well. Sweet potatoes
were planted late. |

Mr. George Gill, a_ retired |
planter of Pleasant Hall, St. Peter. |
said that they experjenced a fairly |
good rainfall. Thé canes made
much progress, especially in July
and August, but he feels that from
Speightstown to St. Lucy, includ- |
ing Pleasant Hall and Welchman |
Hall, have not ‘been getting as
good a rainfall as other parts
of the island. In his district the
new variety of canes such as the |
B37161 are not measuring up to}
expectatings and he has noticed
some low ratoons. +]

Better Results
He said that he was told that
two inches and 30 parts fell at the ;
Rock Plantation on Sunday while
they only had one inch at Pleas- |
ant Hall. :









|

St. Giles’ Girls’ School and

CAKE FOR

St. Lucy told the Advocate that

: Alf He and Mrs. Savage, accom-
Mr. C. Banfield of Friendship, | panied by the Director ot Educa-

tion, visited the St. Giles’s Boys’

he is extremely pleased with the | and Girls’ Schools, the Carring-



rainfall and the look of the canes.
it was a little dry at the begin- |

ton’s Village Girls’ School and the
Belmont Girls’ School yesterday

ning of the year, but although St. | morning
Lucy is in the dry area they are The attendance at the schools
still getting better results than | was not up to full strength on ac-
last year. So far they have record- | count of the rain, but a keen in-
ed only 50 inches while other terest was taken in all the activi-
places recorded as much as 60 or | ties.

70 inches. They did not ar The visitors first went to the
many ratoons but those that were | Carrington’s Village Girls’ School

planted are doing extremely well.

Mr. Reynold Field of Vineyard,
St. Philip, said that St. Philip is
also getting its share of the good
rainfall. So far he has recorded 58
inches and in his opinion the ra-
toons are doing much better than
jast year.

He said that the Spring potatoes
that he has planted have not
reached a high standare ‘it the
yam crop is looking good. fi :sn-
e al. he feels that the conditicis vw

uate are much better the 2st |}
year. i}
Mr. Byron Roett, an :ver: ec) at

Spring Hall Factory, is so p< ased
by the look of some of the canes
that he feels that they can start
grinding some.

He said that during the last two
months the canes have shown a
great improvement and he is look-
ing forward to a bumper crop next
year,



Next Week’s |
Cinema Shows

HE MOBILE CINEMA will

give five shows next week.
The first will be a private per-
formance at the St. Philip's Alms- |
house on Monday night. On Tues-
day night a show will be given
at Cambridge Plantation yard, St.

Joseph and on Wednesday at
Edgehill Plantation yard, St.|
Thomas.

On Thursday a show will be)
given at Constant Pasture, St.
George, while the final show for
the week is scheduled to take

place at Pleasant Hall Plantation
yard, St. Peter.

HE POLICE BAND will play
for the Ursuline Convent An-
nual Bazaar at 3.30 this evening.
FRIENDLY CRICKET
MATCH will te piayed at
Shell to-morrow between St.!/
Mary’s Old Boys and Cambridge
C.C. The match starts at 1.30 p.m,
HE CAR which is being raffled |
in aid of the Police Boys’ Club
was being exhibited in Trafalgar
Square yesterday. Two Bands-
men were standing beside the car
with tickets in their hands and



where they inspected needlework,
etc., done by the girls, and were
in time to see the preparation of a
hot lunch menu made chiefly out
of local foodstuffs.

His Excellency and his wife
spoke to a number of the children

doing their lessons and seemed
quite satisfied with everything
they saw, In the Visitors Book,

His Excellency wrote: “As I en-
tered the school I sensed an air
of efficiency and an atmosphere of
sappiness. My wife and I thor-
oughly enjoyed our visit.”

430 On Roll

Headmistress of the school is
Miss L. R. Graham. There are 430
children on the roll but only 216
were able to get out yesterday.
Miss Graham has ten assistants.

St. Giles’ Girls’ School was the
second visited and there His Ex-
cellency and his wife spent a long
time listening to some of - the
children reading. They &so asked
them questions.

Their visit to the Domestic
Science room came next, and their
delight with the set-up was evi-
dent, Cake making was going on
and His Excellency took a great
deal of interest in the work.

This school with its present roll
of 411 girls had an attendance of

328 yesterday. The school was
formerly the St. Giles’ Boys
School but was renovated and

made a girls’ school in 1939. Mrs,
Beryl Vaughan is the Headmis-
tress. She has eight assistants.

In the Visitors’ Book, His Ex- |
cellency wrote “A very happy
and I should say a very efficient
school. A good atmosphere.

Thief There First





When the Governor and his
wife visited the St. Giles’ Boys’
School he might have not’ced

that the lock of one of the doors
was hanging. It was the evidence

ef a thief’s adventure of the
night before... Sugar and _ soap
were found missing. It was the

third occasion a similar theft has |

been committed at the school this |
year.

The interest taken by the visi-j}
tors at this school was as keen as
at the others,

On one occasion one of the
boys when reading for His Excel- |
lency could be heard several
yards away. Reading seemed to



hand in cake making

youngster, His Excellency appear-

ed quite pleased as he patted him ;

on the shoulder.

This is a school with the big
attendance of .885 children of
which 570 were present yester-

day. Mr. C. W. Cumberbatch is
its Headmaster,
Located in a cemral area and

with a high reputation for teach-
ing, the pressure for admission to
this school continues. Admission
is granted now from seven years
of. age and not five, Those befow
seven go to the neighbouring girls’
school. This was done from last
year to relieve the pressure on
the schcol which now carries a
staff of nineteen teachers.

His Excellency wrote in the
Visitors’ Book: “I have enjoyed
my first visit but I will come
again. An atmosphere of effi-
ciency.”

At Belmont Girls’

The Belmont Girls’ School was
the last visited and here the Gov-
ernor wrote: “I have enjoyed my
visit. A very cheerful and effi-
cient atmosphere.

Keen interest was also taken
here in the school’s activities, the
Domestic Science Room attracting
a good deal of attention.

The school is a wooden build-

ing and accommodates over 400
children. Only 270 were present
yesterday.

The Headmistress is Miss Odessa
McClean and she has ten assist-
ants.



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| HIS EXCELLENCY takes a hand at cake making at the St. Giles’ Girls’ School.

H.E. HELPS THE
GIRLS MAKE A CAKE

On School Tour

HIS EXCELLENCY took a
yesterday. He was then in the Domestic Science room of
the girls were going through |
the process of cake making.

| ‘Vagabond Prince”
| On First Call

The motor vessel “Vagabond
| Prince” (396 tons) of the Sweeney j
Line, paid its first visit to Barba-
dos yesterday. It came to take a
load of barrels of fancy molasses

for Nova Scotia
At its berth opposite the
}Harbour and Shipping Depart-

ment, barrel after barrel is being
lowered into its hatches. It is ex-
pected to eomplete loading on
Tuesday when it will sail direct
for Halifax.



The molasses is being shipped
by Messrs K. R. Hunte & Co.,, Ltd.,
and by Messrs. S. P. Musson,
Son & Co., Ltd. The vessel has a
capacity of 500 tons,

The “Vagabond Prince” arrived
from Nova Scotia via Puerto!
Cabello, Venezuela, under Captain
William Crouse. Captain Crouse |
tola the ‘Advocate’ that the ship
met .bad weather during the
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vessel got from Venezuela to}
Barbados in 48 hours. |

The “Vagabond Prince” is only |
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Dutch Manure
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A shipment of 38,800 bags of
muriate of potash from Antwerp
arrived here yesterday by the
French passenger-freighter S.S.
“Cherbourg,” which was making
its first call at Barbados.

Other cargo atriving by this
vessel was 160 barrels of pickled
meat and three cases of general
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j A twin-enginee ‘hav gatio eso
| Golbourne King, a labourer of} :raining plane with four men
Spooner’s Hill, St, Michael, was;.board “is presumed to have
found guilty yesterday of receiv-|-rashed’ into Lake Pontchartrain
ing a stolen generator valued at'an ‘the northern édge of New
$30, and, the property of Robert! Orleans in a heavy fog early to-
Bramo of White Park. ‘day, It was stated in an Air Force! wd

The offence was committed some- |
time between October 20 and 22.
Mr. E. A. McLeod before whom
the case was heard ordered King
to pay a fine of £2 in one month
or one
, The generator was found on a
car at King’s place and when ask-
ed by the police how he received







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month’s imprisonment, | >icer of Keesler of the airforc

and the plane is presumed to has

announcement tonight,

The plane took off this mornin
‘or Craig airforce base at Selm
Informatio:

Public

28°e at Biloxi, Mississippi saic
‘one landing light has been foun



it King said that he bought it from | ““*shed”. |
a fellow for $15 First reports from civiiis
Bramo said when the genera‘or | forces placed eight men aboai
was shown to him he quickly ve- | ‘he plane, but Major James Perc |
evgnised it as his own which was|at Scott Base Bel'eville. of” th ‘
trken from his lorry. same base from which the plan -
i took - bie later quoted as sa)’-
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Osborne of Tudor Street, Bridge- CHRISTMAS : : wr gree rae gargle bat !
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County of New York, U.S.A., to
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on 2Ist. December, 1945—for thc
benefit of all persons interested
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Mr. C. H, Clarke K.C, Instructed
by Messrs, Yearwood & Boyce,
Solicitors, appeared for the peti-
tioner,

Petition of Elaine Beatrice Cox
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DECREE NISI

His Honour the Chief Judge, Sir
Allan Coliymore, in the Court for
Divorce and Matrimonial Causes
yesterday pronounced decree nisi
in the suit of E. L. Sealy (Peti-
tioner) and R. D. Sealy (Respon-
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lower scale.

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Adolphus Skeete of Tweedside
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"Thulin" Brings U.S. Mail

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~—it has a really delightful pine fragrance. They're splendid
destroyers of germs; these two Jeyes’ products: instantane-
ous in effect, and both absolutely safe in use,

JEYPINE 40c. a_ bottle

on saceaAT KNIGHTS DRUG STORES

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tag, that you can’t get finer value. Illustrated
isa Tan Oxford. Tied to every pair is the John
White Guarantee Shield—the sign which
means ‘just right’! Look for it in leading
stores in Barbados.

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Bottles Stuffed Onions;
” Cocktail Onions;
Heinz Vinegar;
” Worcestershire 1 1e;
Tomato Ketchup;

Tins Peas,
Baked Beans in Toma-
to Sauce,
Table Butter 1 Ib.
Cooking Butter, Cheese
per Ib.
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White Park Road. — (ROBERT THOM. LTD.) — Dial 4391 | ate, ‘eee 5
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= Single ........ 00

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JAMAICA
MADE BY Single binge $190.00
FREQUENT FI HTS
CONCRETE PRODUCTS CO. PUERTO RICO
Single ........ 93.00
Return ........ $167.40
These Blocks are STRONG, EVERI-ASTING and FREQUENT FLIGHTS
ECONOMICAL. Single ........ $274.00
, NTOM VISITED YOUR ce $493.20
i Wich BUT WE HAVE OUR ae VILLAGES A THOUGAND TIMES yh Send your orders direct to Factory at Lodge Hill, vdonnoesoicala
© GHOST WHO WALKS. NO IN YOUR LIFETIME AND See
STRANGER “toner BEFORE eee St. Michael — Telephone 2798. i) WE ANY PROARY
OR
DISTRIBUTORS:—

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Lumber Dept. Magazine Lane, Telephone 4367. nt
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SATURDAY, OCTOBER 28, 1956



CLASSIFIED ADS.| SHIPPING NOTICES

TELEPHONE 2508



















ane MONTREAL, ‘un NEW — ee ee
ZRALAND LIMITED
: cN 1A | RE (M_A.N.Z.) M.V. “T.B. Radar” will accept
IN oot ote = _ dear FOR NT 5.3. _ “GLGUCESTER” sails Free- Cargo an* Passengers for St
husband JOHN LIVINGSTON MAPP,! taantie September 7th, Adelaide Septem Lucia, St incent, Grenada and |
usband J r aIViNGSTON J || ee | He 11 Melbourne September 281n, Aruba. Bate of departure will
who pussed to the Great Beyond on; CULDUNE — Cattiewash, Bathsheba Nevonport October ist, Sydney October be notified,
= 25, “45 F s : i Fully furnished, containing four bed- 2th, Brisbane Ovtober 17th, arriving at M.V. ‘Moneka” will accept
e miss you now our hear\s are sore rooms, Frigidaire and ali modern con- Rarbados November 19th Cargo and Passengers for Domi-
As time goes by we miss you more | veniences for November and December These vessels have ample ioe nica, Antigua, Montserrat, Nevis
Your loving smile: you gentle face | FLone €310°Mrs. S. H, Bynoe evilled, hard frozen and ecnere care, ora, St Kitts. Sailing Friday
yt Ee ee OS | Carao ‘sevepted ‘on through bills cf 1M "iy opeerwood™ will
wi in 7 F Mat | : jwding with transhipment at Trinidad c =
nifred Mapp (brother) Felix app | IEURNISHED UPSTAIRS FLAT—Froia | (Barbados. British Guiana. Windward ‘argo and Passengers for
Ernest Barrow (nephews) George | “ Evelyn, Mrs. Odessa Inhiss (cousins) . lower Collymore Rock. Phone 347! For further garticute ly > Aruba. Date of departure will
The Moore’s and Phillip'’s Family hh. BLAIR BANNISTER. 5.10. 50-—tn FURNESS, WITHY & o. ma — be notified. :
Trinided Papers please copy -- ie —{ : + Ltd, M.V. “Caribbee” will

28.10.50-—1In



OR SALE
AUTOMOTIVE

CAR—1 Morris 8 (1948 Model).
3559 C. W. Cumberbatch.







28 .°0.50-—2n



CAR—Austin 8 HP. 1947 Model in
perfect order. Phone E.. Gill 2454.
28.10.50—3n .

CAR—One Prefect Ford car W H.P.













1948 model. New tryes, mileage 13,000,
excellent condition. Apply Howard King,
Pore” Spring, St. Thomas.

27,10 .50- €n

CAR—One (1) 6 Cylinder Cheyrolet)
Sedan, 1936 model in perfect running
order Apply Frank B. Armsirong,
Phone 2840. 27.10.50—4.f.n.
CAR--Ford Prefect 10 H.P done
17500 miles. Apply: Harold Weather-

head C/o Bruce Weatherhead Ltd.
20,10.50-—t.f.n,

ELECTRICAL

GARRARD AUTO! TIC RECORD
CHANGERS: Fully automatic for 10 and
12 inch Records ~ $42.00. Lashleys
Limited, Pr, Wm. Henry St.

28.10.50—3n

MULLARD BATTERY RADIOS: Only
three in stock $120.00 each. Lashieys
Limited, Prince William Henny Street.

28.10.50--3n.

REFRIGERATOR—1 3 cub. ft. Electro-
lux Oil Burner Refrigerator Phone 8123
or 2831, 27.10.50—2n,















RADIOS—Two Second Hand Mullard
Radios 6 Tubes Good condition, Lash-
leys Limited, Pr. Wm. Henry St.

28.10. 50—3n.

LIVESTOCK

HORSES—One Mare, one Gelding and

qne Mare with Mule at foot. Apply
te the Manager Waterford Plantation,
St, Michael. - 28.10,50—2n

een te ne elie tnoenn
PUPS—Four (4) Bull and Terrier pups.
Cuthbert Rogers, near Rices, St. Philip.
28,10. 50-—2n.

MECHANICAL

CARRIER BICYCLES—3 Low Gravity
Carrier Bicycles, 2 Actually new. Ivan
W. Weekes, Phone 95—262.

28.10.50—3n

MISCELLANEOUS

APPLES—English Apples 42c. a Ib
Griffith's, Rockley, Dial 4514.
28.10.50—1n.

CRATES ONIONS 55 Ibs.
Crates Choice Potatoes 66 Ibs.
Harold Proverbs & Co. Ltd.

27.10.50—3n













at lle
at 7c.

E. P. BUTTER DISHES AND E.P.
TEA-STRAINERS—Suitable for Wedding
Presents. Alex Yearwood, Jeweller,
Polton Lane. 28.10.50—2n.

FIRE BiHICKS—A





quantity of 2nd

hand fire bricks. Apply: Manager,
Draxhali Plantation, St. George.
28, ¥0.50—6n,



LADIES' SHOBS made in America.
White, Brown, Black and Red Suedine
Multi Colour Sandals. Lashleys Limited,
Pr. Wm. Henry St. 28.10.50——3n

eS Sense nnSEIN

PRESSURE COOKERS — Large and
smalt we have them. John F, Hutson
Ltd. 27.10.50—2n.

PIANO—One Small Lawson Piano in
good condition. Apply L. M. Clarke.
Jeweller,, No, 12 James Street, Phone
3757. 28.10 .50—2n.

TIERCES—(200) Two hundred Empty
Fai Tierces. Can be seen at the Rob-
erts’ Manufacturing Co. Ltd., Govern-
ment Hill, 24.10,50—6n.







TRUNK—One Traveller's Trunk (Com-
plete with Fittimgs) as good as new.
Apply Burton c/o Hinds & Co., Drug-
gist. 28.10 .50—2n,

WINTER COAT—Lady's clouble breast-
ed type, in good condition. Any reason-
able offer will be accepted. Apply
Arrindell, Dial 4484. 28,10. 50—2n.

WARE—Complete Suite of Armitage
White Ware with Chrome fittings.
Lashleys Limited, Swan Street.

28.10.50—3n.







WINDOWS AND DOORS—At last!
Many people are benefiting by a re-
duction of 25% on the cost of their
windows and d@ors built by L. & H.
Millers’ up-to-date Machined Wood
Works. Dial 2791, L. & H. Miller,
Reed Street, City. 27.10.50-—8n.

PURLIC SALES
AUCTION

ELECTRICAL ITEMS—One_ Electric
Refrigerator in working order. ‘Two
Washing Machines in perfect working
order. One Electric Stove and Two
Electric Irons. One New American Oil
Bumer Incubator. One Hemstitching
Machine in perfect order. PRICES
ATTRACTIVE, Apply to D’Aray A.
Scott, Magazine Lane.

25.10.50—3n







By instructions received from the
Commissioner of Police I will sell at
Central Station on Monday next the
30th, beginning at 2 p.m. the following
items:—A quantity of Onions and Eng-
iish Potatoes, (4) bottles of stout, and
several other items.

D'ARCY A, SCOTT,
* Government Auctioneer.
28.10.50—2n





REAL ESTATE

—————

“BETMAR”, NAVY GARDENS. Stand-
ing on 14,193 sq. ft. of land, containing
5 Bedrooms and Dining rooms, 2 Veran-
dahs, Kitehenette, Study, 2 Baths and
Toilets and 2 separate Electric and Water
Services. Garage and 2 Servants’ rooms.

Easily converted into 2 Flats. Inspec-
tion by appointment. Dial 2841).
28.10.50—2n.



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

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

Servant'’s room and garage in yard

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

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

St. on Friday the 3rd November 1950
at 2 p.m.
. CARRINGTON & SEALY.
Solicitors.
26.10. 50—8n .

NEW BUNGALOW—50 feet by 30 feet

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

near “Bayswater”. Phone 2791 or apply,

L. & H. MILLER, Reed Street, City.

27.10. 50—sn
Se aes
LOST & FOUND

LOST
SHARE CERTIFICATE

NOTICE is hereby given that MAR-
JORIE PHILLIPS Executrix of the
wil of JOHN RANDALL PHILLIPS,
Deceased, has made application for the
issue of a share certificate in place of
thare certificate of 25 shares number-
ed 485 — 509 dated 25th August, 1905,
which has been lost. If no objection |

to this application is made by the
2rd November, 1950, a new certificate
wil be issued.



By Order of the Board of Directors: |

|
THE BARBADOS CO -OP COTTON |
FACTORY LTD i

EB. A. CLARKE, j

Secretary |

21.10,50—an

Diat i



| “FLOWER DEW"
| Furnished, 3
Frigidaire, Radio

— Maxwell Coast
Bedrooms, Telephone,
Apply L. Gonsalves,



| “MARY VILLE,”—Black Rock. draw-
ing, dining, sitting, 3 a 8
servants rooms and large garage, usual
conveniences, Apply Messrs Carrington
| & Sealy, Lucas Street or Phone 3619
after 5 p.m. 7,10.50—11n,

———
OFFICE—One spacious office situated
in Marhill Street opposite D. M. Simp-





json & Co. Apply W. B. Hutchinson
& Co. Dial 4434. 27,10. 50—6n.

RHUSTONE-—Wall Bungalow, Station
j Bil, St. Michael, 3 bedrooms, modern
conveniences, Garage. Apply R. Gibson,
Bolton Lane 26.10.50—3n

TANGLIN — Beachmont,



Bathsheba,

'
October onwards, monthly or ithatwind| SS.

3 double bedrooms with single Simmons
bedsteads, children’s room, dining room
and lounge. Refrigerator, aa:
servant's room. Apply: Howe. ie

Siepritlaninsociebincims ebonine Ses ie sacanipet ii sedan
“VILLA-GLENN” in Monteith Gardens,
neer Strathclyde, a new stone wall
bungalow, with drawing and dining
rooms, three bedrooms, kitchen, toilet
spacious enclosed yard
with garage, servants room, toilet and
bath and washroom, may

be leased.
Inspection by appointment,
3577.

please dial
25.10 .50—3n.

Lenses Foerapeincinn, « aldactone
BUNGALOW—Newly built stone Bun-
galow at Dayrells Road, corner of Gills
Gap. Apply Mrs. C. Humphrey, Gills

Gap, or Telephone 4141,
26.10. 50—3n.

PUBLIC NOTICES
NOTICE

THE PUBLIC is hereby notified that
from November Ist the admission to
Bend Concerts on Hastings Rocks will
be nine pence instead of six pence. This





imerease is unavoidable due to the .in-
creased cost of the Police Band.
G. C. NICHOLAS, Sec’ty.
For the Hasting's Rocks C’tee.
25.10.50-—4n.
NOTICE

PARISH OF ST. PETER
1 ‘Heations are invited for the
ce of Parochial Medical officer |
the Parish of St. Peter. Ap-|
| ‘cants must be registered Medi- |
cal practitioners,
Salary is $260.00 per month plus
-0C for the V.D. Clinic. —
2 ert will take place
from March 1951,
3. Applications stating age and quali-

fications etc, must be forwarded
to the undersigned by January
15th 1951,

4 For further particulars app'y to
the undersigned at the office du-

ring:—
Tuesdays from 10.00 a.m. to 3,00
pm,
Thursdays from 10,00 a.m. to 1.00
pom.
Saturdays from 10.00 a.m. to 12 noon.
Signed G. S. CORBIN
Vestry Clerk,
St, Peter.
20,10.50—12n,
NOTICE

is hereby given that it is the intention
of the Vestry of the parish of Saint
Michael to cause to be introduced into
House of Assembly of this Island a Bill
authorising the said Vestry to raise a
loan not exceeding £3,500 to grant re-
trospective pay to casual employees and
certain of the unestablisied staff of the
Commissioners of Health of the said,
parish. Such a loan to be repaid by ten
instalments the first instalment of £350
to be repaid in 1953 and the remainder
in equal annual instalments of £350 in
the month of December with interest
at £4 per centum per annum out of
the rates of the said parish until paid.
E. C. REDMAN,

Clerk, St. Michael’s Vestry.
26.10.50—3n.

NOTICE
Fruitful Hill Road, leading to Cane
Garden in the parish of St, Joseph, is
closed until further notice, also Cocoanut
Grove Road leading to Springfield, 1s
closed until further notice. These roads
have been dameged by recent heavy
rains.

By order of the Chairman of |
THE COMMISSIONER OF HIGHWAYS,
St, Joseph.

26.10. 50-—3n.

NOTICE

IS HEREBY GIVEN that it is the
intention of Elsie Brathwaite of Kirtons
in the parish of Saint Philip in this
Island, Widow of Benjamin Brathwaite,
Jate of this Island deceased, to make
application to the Colonial Treasurer of
this Island to withdraw from the Public
Treasury on or after the 3ist day of
December 1950, the sum of Thirty-one
dollars and thirty-one cents being the
amount paid into the Public Treasury
by the Provost Marshal of this Island
and being money due to the Estate of
the said Benjamin Brathwaite, deceased.

Dated this 15th day of September,
1950.





CARRINGTON & SEALY,
Solicitors for the Applicant,
16.9. 50—3n,

LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE

THE application of John E. Branch,
holder of Liquor License No. 1775 of
1950, granted to Elizabeth King in
respect of a wall building at No. 39
Tudor Street, St. Michael, for permission
to use said Liquor License &c., at
bottom floor of a 2-storey board and
ogg shop at Upper Roebuck Street,
City.

Dated this 28th day of October 1950.

To H. A. TALMA, Esq.,
Police Magistrate, Dist. “A”.
Signed J. E. "H,
Applicant.

N.B.—This application will be con-
sidered at a Licensing Court to be held
at Police Court, District “A”, on
Monday, the 6th day of November, 1950

at 11 o'clock, a.m.
A. TALMA,

H.
Police Magistrate, Dist. “A”.
28.10 .50—In.

NOTICE





Civic Friendly Society

Scholarships

Applications are invited for two
or more scholarships offered by
the members of The Civic Welfare
Friendly Society beginning 1951 to
any second grade school in the
island. These scholarships are
opened to members or the child-
ren (boys or grils) of members
in straitened circumstances of the
abovenamed society, between the
ages of 9 and 12 years. The
scholarships will be awarded on
the results of an examination.

Form of application can be had |
at the Society’s Office, Swan & |
High Sts, and should be returned
by 4 p.m. on Saturday 28th Octo- |
ber, 1950. |

J. W. MAYNARD,
Secretary, Scholarship
Committee,

Swan & High Ste.
15.10.50—6n. ij



Maxwell Road. 28.10. 50—Tn.
HOUSE—“Esperanza’ fully furnishec
from the ist November on St. James
Sea Coast. Phone 91-33.
14.°0.50--Gn
KIMBERLEY—St. Matthias Gap, Hast.
ings, from ‘st November. Phone 3950
| 27.10.5030 |







i TRINIDAD,
B.W.l
| &

| BARBADOS,
AGENTS)

DA COSTA & Co. Ltd.,

Cargo and Passengers for Domi-
Antigue. Montserrat,
and St. Kitts. Sail.ng Wednesday

nica,

ist November,
B.W.I1.

Wi

Assoc. INC. *

Nevis



LU

ia HARRIS

Vessel Fror
S.S. “LLOYDCREST” London _
S.S. “OREGON STAR” Liverpool
S.S. BEDFORD EARL” London
S.S. “SENATOR” ia Glasgow
|S.S. “SPECIALIST” - London
| SS. PHILOSOPHER” Liverpool

HOMEWARD FOR

Vessel
“SITHONIA”



For

.- London

For further information apply to - - .

8.S. “LIBERVILL«”
8.S “BYFJORD” .. ie
8.8. “C. G. THULIN” ..

————K LT ey

“ar OBLEANS SER.ICE

vo.
28th

N.Y.

29th Sept
13th Oct.



Leaves

- bth Oct.

..20th Oct.

26th Oct,
28th Oct.
- 4th Nov.
- 9th Nov.

Closes in Barbados
3rd Novernber

Sept.

THE UNITED KINGDOM

DACOSTA & CO., LTD.—Agents

Yee Acoa Steamship (o



Inc

SOUTHBOUND
Sails
. Name of Ship Montreal Halifax
-‘S. “ALCOA PARTNER" October 27th Oc
“ 7 tobi
oo. Bag y PEGASUS” November 10th Moveiee dies
8. LCOA PO November 24th November sith
NORTHBOUND
Barbaao
; i s
s/s “ALCOA POLARIS” .. October 31st

These vessels have limited passengers

Apply: DACOSTA &

———
coO., LTD.—Canadian Service.
ROBERT THOM LTD.—New York and Gulf Service

rr

12th Oct.
NEW YORK 8S*RVIC
Ce

9th

28rd y
Semmens eeeecismenantonenmeaainens
CANADIAN SERVICE

November
November 23rd
December 7th

ee

For St. Lawrence River Ports.
accommodation .

bursaries will take place some day during the first week in December.
a ON j INE + 4. A notification of the date of the examination will be sent

OUTWARD FROM THE UNITED KINGDOM

Due
Barbados
3ist Oct,
5th Nov.
l4th Nov.
llth Nov.
18th Nov.
24th Nov.



Arr.
B'dos

Arr.
Wane
Oct.
Oct

Arrives
Barbados

10th

COMPAGNE GENERALE TRANSATLANTIQUE
NOTICE

No Visitors will be allowed on board S.S. “COLOMBIRE”
on Sunday, 29th October, except by invitation or pass issued

by our Office.

WANTED
HELP

_——

A TAMLOR—for our Cutting Depart-

ment. Apply in person to J. W. Hewitt.

Tailoring Emporium Coleridge Street.
Opposite Fire Brigade Station.
28.

JUNIOR SALESMAN. Must have driv-
ing License. Apply by letter. Brad-
shaw & Company. 27.10.50-—In.

YOUNG WOMAN —Age 17—21 to make
herseif generally useful in the house,
sieep in, good wages. Ring 2005.

26.10.50—3n.

_—————

YOUNG MAN OR COUPLE interested
in hotel development. Good opportunity
capable person. Reply P.O. Box 228.







27.10.50—Gn.
MISCELLANEOUS

SINGER MACHINE in

good condition. Phone 3270 or 4075.

27.10.50—2n.

“BOXES — All kinds of Card Board

Boxes other than corrugated card.
Apply Advocate Bindi: Dept.
.10,60—t.f.n,

WANTED TO BUY
USED POSTAGE STAMPS of
British West Indies.
Stamp Society. No.



the
At the Caribbean
10 Swan Street.

28.10,50—1n.

THE PRICE of

CLIPPER
CIGARETTES

— Is —

10 FOR 16 CENTS

and not 10 for 14 cents as
published in an advertise-
ment yesterday.



GOVERNMENT

STATEMENT SHOWING AMOUNTS DUE TO ALL PRODUCERS OF CANE PER TON IN
RESPECT OF SPECIAL PREFERENCE AND MOLASSES CESS PAYMENTS MADE TO
SUGAR AND FANCY MOLASSES PRODUCERS IN 1950



’







NOTICE



PRODUCERS OF SUGAR









|
certificates and testimonials, should be addressed to the Government

j all,





BARBADOS ADVOCATE
GOVERNMENT NOTICES

An Inspection day is being held at the Government Industrial
Schools (Dodds) St. Philip, on Monday the 30th October, 1950, under |
| the distinguished patronage of His Excellency the Governor and Mrs. |
| Savage. |
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SATURDAY, OCTOBER 28, 1950

UP... YOUR... SMILE...





| Cricket At
| The Ovat



Two New
Champions

Score BASH 5 V. MCC But No New Personality

South Australia BRUSH.





To-morrow, the Central Cricket
Club will play a friendly game of

(Fromm Our Own Correspondent) cricket at Kensington against Mr.



|
|
i
(From Our Own Correspondent) ee BS, - sgg ~ Sgep a Barnett’s XI. The teams are as
ADELAIDE CRICKET GROUND, Oct. 27 reddie Mills vacated) follows :— °
AT THE CLOSE of the frst day of their four-day|(te, BHtsh, Lignheaweldt Genial. €6.:, BC, Nori cot, aliraclive fragrances of |
; a, ~ 2 baad * 4 § “Dy P| rd, V. ing, FR.
3 match against the M.C Cc South Australia had scored] tho jast time, he eliminated him-} Austin, R. Griffith, L. Corbin, J. |
245 runs for the loss of five wickets. rel! from the list of Britisn|] McConney, E,. Lampitt, E. Fitz-|
“sper : , Freddie Brown won the toss and} boxers who possess that strange] patrick, C. Stanford, H. Andrews. |
| sent South Australia in to bat on] quality knoWn as “drawing| Barnett’s XI: A, Barnett (Capt.),
Farr: Olek j what gave promise of being a] power’. Only one name remainsj/F. Miller, L, Osborne, N. |
e | tricky wicket. The M.C.C. Cap-| on the “list” — that ot our much-] Harewood, D. Skeete, L. Skeete,





Or Weidin —



tain’s action seemed justified when
South Australia lost tnetr
















maligned Heavyweight champion
Bruce Woodcock.



G. Blades,
Butcher, V. Kennedy, J. Smith





A. MePherson, G




















| wicket with just two runs on the It proof were needed thai
e e scoreboard, An innings of 84 not] pyic-gh boxing is in the doldrums| S909sesese0rr eee fb
a l Suil Me re ay ements, one of South it was surely provided when pro-| \ r
waves ves gh e moter Jack Solomons, who dues CASUARYNA CLUB >
apetale s Beninge. not lack a sense of duty toward : x ADDIS 21M3
: PETER WILSON The Essex pace bowler Trevor} 0! (Sch & ser eee: cseeg » | IBRTFORD EST~
_ wane? took ie wickets a 64] the ee oe = eee — FOr — X i= a we
agrees that now Carl Niel ad Douglas right of Kent) pionstip BUM eure shat Hie STEAKS AND SNACKS % QS
dink tisen stepped ihe mane aimed two for 63 with his leg-}!0,000 sea's at Hartingay Arené 24 Hours a day —Every Day % |. :
ish B.A. from fighting Tom- eaks. The steady attack limited} were filled. ¥ | a tee A ORIENTAL
my Farr there are enly two xe scoring rate to less than 50 True, 2 saw two knock-outs % DA NCE MUSIC > | handy Ute
others in Europe eligible for “= an hour. True, we have two new champions $ = on ¥ | 2 Burner Enamelled B GOODS! (Articulos)
the 5 i cores: But one cannot escape the feeling} % 7 ‘ \ CURO! EWELLER
Briton's syploni ioe - OUTH AUSTRALIA FIRST INNINGS that neither one of these fights—} % RECORDED 2 | | GAS HOTPLATE ike ee eet )
‘ THE Danish Boxing Association | *‘cLean ¢ Close b Bailey . ee net + that bonny 3) pars Alea % Throughout the Night %] Just grit you have been
ie as banned the heavy- ight ansie ¢c Washbrook b Warr 31 |} champions — wou ave e . us rath Tele. | _ (ee eee °
Ps champion. of Denmark gees ildig ¢ Evans b Bailey 45 [the arena con their individual x Pinger aati =p ees | ane movnee : THANI 8
Nielsen; -from meeting Tommy| ole Batley» Wright $3 | drawing-power? x eat ; : "yl at tes Pr. Wm. Hry. St. DIAL 3466
Farr at Leicester on November 6 idings |.b.w. b Wright 4 2 VOQSSSPFES CPSP! MAAN, . Wm, $
In a message from Copenhagen owléy not out Saeeea keys 5 Most interest | 4
the association states that Nielsen's Ree 4 Nes § The fight which aroused most) ====e |
‘ ‘ Total (for 5 wkts.) 245 Wade was that for the Britisn i {|
n co ddieweight title between the ’ y 1 e { ‘
for a renewal, and that when he| ° for 91, é tor ise, 5 for 20, L ROlder, Abert Finch, and hij A SACKED CONCER i ne ie CONGOLEUM
does it will rant Tad Sandolph Turpin. ft a i | :
i Danish Ante” ented oly toe BOWLING ANALYSIS tdok Turpin just four and a half cosa {| A wide rings at Piles and Designs
_ association is understood to} ‘ailey oe OP eS pepe, fo ote of io mas ee CHURCH FUNDS are obtainable at "
take the view that Nielsen is not| ‘arr seseseees ET @ GR TY PD ee ae ce es
sufficiently in training yet to un- er ‘ iu ‘ 3 . — But oe ens At sT ne yer neana | THE CENTRAL EMPOmRmiIUN
dertake a fight with a boxer of| ‘rown oi 'S 1 B 04 Has Been seeces AS One OF Me _— Central Foundry ., — Propri
Tommy Farr’s calibre. : best displays of attacking boxing On SUNDAY, 29th Oct., 1950 | : Cnr. on meena sea dases him
Reactions down _ thick-ear ss seen here since the war, he started At4 P.M | »
} ; with an obvious advantage over ee ee
thoroughfare were varied. Today’s Cricket . Some of the fsland’s Leading i!



Teddy Waltham, secretary o
the British Boxing Boarg ©:
Control, told me: “Of course we
don’t know anyehing officially yet,
Wut we've cabled the Danish
Association, and if they confirm

boxing licence expired on August
31, that he has not yet applied
the ban we shall, of course, up-

hold it. he last day in the eighth series | anp. impression gn his challenger Tek pO eenmind ely sx frien oe
“Denmark, like ourselves, igs a| ‘§ Second Division games. | urpin’s vicifus punching made Be Masia | * ae re fo cologne
member of the Eurépean Boxing Following are the fixtures: |{hi# not so much a matter oj DANCE | we Ray ;
Union, and they have a perfect FIRST DIVISION |“Mfho?” as “How long?” Thai * Faroe EAU DE COLOGNE
right to ban any of their boxers First Da: question was answered mid-way x affive? BY owes MIRAGE
if they think a match i: ¥ through the fifth round when the MS eaheg Bieber |e 24 FLOWERS EAU DE COLOGNE
unsuitable.” Pickwick vs. Spartan at the| champion lay spread-eagled or } CLUB ROYAL, STLVER sANDs, (tt! %k BALLET RUSSE EAU DE COLOGNE
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q adhe - va.-0dde “at Queens ering at aan The On ee 30th
3 gapOy wap aot prann yma Admission; GENTS 2/-
When I called Joe Jacobs, who Balok vs. Empire at Carlton Not Championship eer ‘LADIES 1/6
was to have staged the show in : : . ‘| Whe first eight rounds of thi; Musee Sey See) As Op ee
Leicester’s Granby Hails, his voice Wanderers vs, Combermere at) fight were hardly in champion- eae eat Fekeuadinen ia eer ame me
was that of a man who has walked | the Bay. ship class. They consisted o 28,10.50-—8n. "J. & B. ATRINSON LED,

So much the attitude official.
Now fer the view promotorial.



a B4e
down a ladder two minutes after| there will be a practice of the} ;. ger baa Single Lectures: 12e. ‘ oe |
someone has taken it away. Small Bore Rifle Cub today. ie gee ye whup aR Consult our is rae ee these Special
“It’s knocked me for six,” saic chance of winning by boxing or s
Jumbo Joe. “Why, since Monday the retreat, even if it was a oa
I’ve sold £3,000 worth of tickets. masterly display. We cater to out-orders. Telephone 4692 ard order
“But,” added J, J., rallying The Weather
bravely. “I’d rather cancel the Eye Opened G L @O B E ( whatever you like.

show if I canft get a_ suitable
opponent for Farr. My reputa-
tion is worth more to me than
one show.”

That’s a highly creditable senti-
ment from our Joe, and it certain-
ly puts his reputation (with £3,000

Fixtures

_ TO-DAY is the beginning of the
ixth series of First and Interme-

iiate Divisions cricket games and|

INTERMEDIATE DIVISION
First Day

Y.M.P.C. vs. Wanderers

Seckles Road.

- Windward vs. Empire at Congo

at

oad.
Cable and Wireless vs Spartan
at Boarded Hall.

Mental Hospital vs. Pickwick at
Black Rock.

SECOND DIVISION
Last Day

Combermere vs. Leeward
Combermere.
Empire vs. College at Bank Hall.
Pickwick vs. Y.M.P,C, at Col-

at

lege. punches and his complete in- which will ensure quicker SERVICE.
oundation vs. Carlton at} qj » to the great occasion by
Foundation. aes a man of 23, one doe: MISS MARJORIS GRUSFITH

Regiment vs. Central at Gar-
rison,
Leeward vs. Lodge at Foster’s,



Rifle Shoating Teday

Members are asked to note that





TO-DAY

Sur Rises; 5.50 a.m,
Sun Sets: 5.37 p.m,
Moon (Last Quarter)

vember 2.
Lighting; 6.00 p.m.

No-

hig opponent,

inch was cbviously the victim
drastic weight reducing, He war
weak and tired before the fight
gtavted. Such opposition as he war
able to offer was almost pathetic
im its complete failure to cause

Cockell — who, we are told, is «
student of psychology — stalking
Hart around the ring, while the
latter warded him off with shoot
ing lefts which the other, as ofter
as not, took on the arms or fore-
head, or merely dodged with <
leisurely, almost lethargic, move
ment of his head.

From the almost scientifically
detached way that Cockell wen
about his task he might have beer
psycho-analysing his opponen
rather than boxing him. But this
impression was probably causex
by the strict economy of hi



net expect te meet,

| Hart, however, displayed excel
lent ringcraft and this enable;
him to survive many dangerous
situations, Had these men net beer
contesting a vacant title, ore
might have thought that Hart wa:
the holder and Cocke] his chal-

His left eye was opened ear!)
on, and Cockell gave him no op
portunity to forget it, The rol
began to set in during the nintt
reund when Hart went down fo
eight and was saved by the beli
From then on it was all Cockell




















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mesing dos to. cadee sarc aemnnoonenee Sen. ae z exhausted, Hart sank to th .
sei@he would ponsiser only two mperature (Mip). 73.3 °F vanvas itt ~the fourteenth, Whe! i i r DAG
other Continental muscle mam- Wind tion (9 a.m) || he arose’ gorgdy but still game This SHOW will be : ANTI-CORROSIVE PAINT
mo tefan Olek, the French- E.S.E, (3 pm), ES E Cockell stepped in with a left staged

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PAGE TWO BARBADOS ADVOCATE nMart lour of K ten's Olrtf. 51 Gilts l Boy.' and Belmc.ni Girls' Schools, %  inoniptiiiicd His Excellency On this tour Postponed \7liAT wiih the nun maknu .77 i he rou na of the Y M P C so wet, an t uncci until Saturday No\ 4th II | hoped the %  hen will be line enough for the Witch lo make a sate landing on the cricket pitch on the Y.M.P.C.'s playing Held Arriving Today pXPKTKD to ..invr thlsmorna-' i( from Canada arc and Mm. Eric Jones. They '"iv in Trinidad earlv this maraiKg OTTCA, and then fly iiii over by B W.I A Charier night, Mr. Jane* u> u representative of UM Fan-w.-u Travel B( Toronto. Ht-rr only for the weekend, they lr-vc for Trinidad on Monday, and also plan to vim*. 4 the other West Indian r'.niili. WmkinR over the t.mbbeart area for his Travel Service Mr and Mrv Jones will be fuettf at the Marine Hotel ficuuh Calling Ratson anJ the Po'ice I be then %  ridea for those who lib Mother Alphoni.-. Hi -f the SWioal. tod Can!) yesterday that ti many sifts on sale, and a wide i ?hons.< frotn There will be toys tat all descriptions, as well as UK1 -1 some ol whlih a e d fftcult to get In the %  MM. %  \ii I on % %  In u turn up m K"" put nil „l the people Leaving England Tomorrow M R K N. R. HUSBANDS Barbador Speaker and his wife are returning lo Barbados by air. They leiive 1-ondon on Sunday Says Mr Husbands "last few days have Indeed been memorable and I wouldn't have missed the opening ceremony of the new House of Commons for anything." OH To Europe HAT1SS ELSA HOLL1MTJER, Antlgun'< PA A. secretary, flew to Europt [his week. During her •i* weeks' vacation aha wfJl be vi-dtlng Italy and Germany. # CROSSWORD New Look TWC Marine Hotel has renoM. vated their office and added on four double roosM and h .single. They are now bu fldtn g quarters for the Manager and some of the office staff. The Hotel Royal will have eight new rooms ready in a few weeks Their office has bee %  moved to another part of %  building and several other rooms huve been renovated. Next year the Hotel Royal is planning a big building scheme On the easl side of the Hotel a new wing is to be constructed, consisting of a ground floor Hnd three storeys. They also plan In build a dining room over the sen and several other Improvements This season they will have i beauty salon and a smell "gift shop" for the benefit of their guest*. The Hotel Hastings have adder* nn six new rooms and renovated six others. In almost all of the hotels there are workmen. putting on fresh coats of paint hers and then 1 preparing fa th %  furl helming "lnv:nion' from the norm All of thi-in say that tvH.kingthroughout the season, especial'v the first three months of 1951 are good. Moat of the bookings are from Canada and the U.S. Gifts At C onvent Today Y OU may And thai elusive. hard-to-get present that you want to give for Christmas if you attend the Fair at the Convert today, and at the same time you will lie doing your part In helping the many poor children who | attend St. Patrick's Catholic School in Jemmott's Lane The Fair which Is in aid of the St Patrick's Daily Meals Fund and the MS elementary school gets underway at 3 p.m. Captain "i i -i pai lur-ii, Sepre|ht-&pain. He Uy eveg ;•] IT B] Company Director i. Co.. Ltd., Manufi of Pol rrlVsd here on ning as an intran: ihe SS. "Colomote' Mi said that during his sis months In Europe he visited F*i.uiit\ Norway. Denmark and Sweden ami he was very glad to tie back boms lo escape the winter Sad CIIJI.V UM %  altsbrtOtM climate of the West 111 Tourintr Cr : l?bea\ri M R. F. A. J LAWS who arrived here on Sunday lufi on Thursday afternoon by K.W.I A for Grenada. Mr Laws Is General Manager of the New Foundland Associated Fish Exporters and ut visiting the various islands of the Caribbean with whom they do business. Also leaving for Grenada on Thursday by U.W I.A was Mr W. A. Grace, Managing Director of Messrs W S Monroe and Co. Ltd. On Week's Holiday M R. BERTIE ROCK of the Courtesy Garage left for Granada on Tbiirsdai for .i •vsak's h. Una) lie will joUi his wife there, who left Barbados a fev weeks ago. Short Holiday M R. BERTRAM BOUHNE one of the Attorneys of Messis. William Fngarty Ltd.. and In charge of their office In Port-ofSpain is at present in Barbados on a short holiday He arrived from Trinidad on Sundnv bv B.W.I.A Canadian Medico D R. and lira Edward Cots srho arrived from Trinidad %  taw days ago are from Vlctoi i.ivilli in the Province.of Quett-c They arrived In Trinidad from Canada via New York by the Argentina and plan to stay here for two weeks They are slaying ut the Windsor Hotel. BY THE WAY By BEACHCOMBER i in \ii noil SATUBDAV, OCTOBER M, USD ENTEKTAINMKNT Without Equ.l CARIBBEAN PREMIERE Smokers of experienee choose — Quutenfy THIS LOVELY Uttls French doll was seas by bnndrads of Barbadians wkwi the "OoloBble" said IU first east-war visit bar*. Ths 'Colombia*" return* to Barbados temtrrrow on its maiden voyage back M Europe. People iif taste and rrhin-iiii-ni fins' in their IIH-IIOH goodne-s the grralrr aali"lacli.ii of outstanding quality. Tkt Urt"!""''! Cera-Tia*** CigsritH fa tk, WwM IMIOItlHI I-HUM U'MMIX. I-1.X.I .AM) With Royal Bank M R. and Mrs Bernard Collens and their son Chris, arrived from Trinidad on Thursday •norn.-in by B.W.I A Mr. Collens who will be hero 'or two weeks is with the Royal Dank or Canada In San Fernando Mrs. Collens and their son Aill be staying on for a week %  id a half longer Mr Collens i%  bn.th.-i -iniw u> Mr. R. Norrts, Atfling .dministrative Secretary of CD nd W.. and he. nil wife and kon ill be staying with the Norr'sr-. r their home "Argyle" St Lavv%  nce. Rainy Day A LTHOUGH yesterday was such a wel day. the forty-six lurists from the Fort Toumshend II seemed to be on shore either lopping or touring the Island. aw several taxis In various parts f the island, and Ihe people in %  em could only have been tourits, such went the odd looking ats and colourful shirts that "hit le eye" as the taxis drove past. Spent Honeymoon Here M R. and Mrs. Jacques Le Flaguals who were spending l heir honeymoon In Barbados, laying at the Windsor Hotel leave :h| morning after a happy holiday. Mr. Le Flaguals Is a Commercial Artist In Montreal and draws for the Montreal Standard They leave by B.W.I.A. for Trinidad, to Join the T.C.A. flight Canada. Housewives' Prkea of Carrots and Beets when the "Advocate" cheeked yesterday were : Carrots ZS cents per lb. Beets 2* cenla per lb. aarsss y.PgpPerii civh strvanir mi wnliiUlust I.M m-slli. (Ji IT,".?* d **" wl1 "' eTUTbaji IDS SHI KlddltS' iBvourlts. (3) i tnis a an inesct i %  %  u aaataas H Ob.loUSlJ htl_ _, M misaliapen. ( 7i just oommon chsek |gi %  sSSSSf*,-, 111a • " with uus has. TOU a,, d aMBjy : lnaHaSKt. to l, %  m, •' > .. room Uiat M uaM will % %  > %  tm oontfnrat. (4, Dm ICS~". V • >• ot. im %  %.%, %  •" • mi fe"*."! u TroT.i5K.(ii h-ssW L tJS' l '' -B B A MAN was told that there Is no point In travelling far afield when you lake a holiday. They sold to him. "You may go nd the world, hut adventure is at your elbow perhaps at the corner of your own familiar Street.'' So this man decided to lest the truth of their words He set out one rimmorning to bicycle round Middlesex. As he rode down his own familiar street, a cat darted out of a doorway, and he was thrown Into an open dustbin The dustman kicked his broken bicycle Into an area, where It smashed a boy's toy horse The boy's mother and father sent for the police, the dustman accused the man of assault and battery, and a woman leaned out of a window and called him a filthy Fascist. He was arresled for causing %  ili-ii,iliiince. for being drunk in charge of a bicycle, tor obstructing .i iiiistni.ui. ami for using insulting humiagc to 'he boy's fall venture, be realised, may be at the comer of your own familiar street Comv Into Thv Kilehvn (With Mrs. Whelkslufferi H ERE Is a lovely way to use up your spare bits of stale bread Pound the bread In a big bowl Pour s little vinegar over it. Stir in a lablespoonful of dried egg and .i tcispnonful of tinned radish Warm in the oven, withdraw, and add s-irdine paste and a sprig of mint This is what the DON'T Bt SNOBBISH ABOUT WINE BE SNIBBISII TRY THE (LOS l)E KNIBHO MAI>K IN OI'R OWN LABORATORIES BV OUR OWN CHEMISTS. FROM SPECIALLY GROWN ( ANNHI ENGLISH GRAPES French Savarln. call Moellon Brillat hut On Earth h doing On? A QUESTION should be asked Shout the position of the Saucy Mrs. Ftobiter in on slecirklb Hike It has been denied that this absurd ship is under electrical authority. Why should she be? She is certainly no part of the Navy as ihe Merchant Service She !s not a privately tfs %  as the housekeeper who Is employf-l by Admiral Sir Ewarl Hodgson In prevent complete dlsntsarstlon and to stop boys on the embankment throwing stones, is paid by Ihe Government. It is not ihe Admiral but the journalists %  A hoi.ill Mf M :'.:ig-ship The Admiral, in his capacity of Governor of Lota-road Power House, has nothing to say Ills office is on the third floor of a s)eam buindr. m Keldon-street. taken over by Ihe Chelsea Statistical So. n Census Board. There he works in ru.ilor. And thenthe martyr rests at present. B.B.C. RADIO PROGRAMME %  VriBDAY OCTOBCa ts. ISM i ii P n, IUMO Nwsf*i. i at p p. Anvihing U> Declare. 1pm The Naw*. t • p i.i Hum* News fnm BrtUIn 3 \\ p m Whit Use U>ndo-ier Do"i! KII-'. S p m Murtc Parade. 1 V p I*I Sporta Bevlnv, 4pm The NBWI 4 Hi p m Th* DailT Service. Illpm SSiiRe up Ihe Music. P m UstomeiV Cl me. Ill pm rimimimi Parade, M p m MIMIC Im DaTuMns. S : p %  Briidnvou* Playera. 8 30 p.in BtlSh ol Ihr Bounty. 1pm The Newi. 1lpn> New a Analv.l. 1 IS p m Behind Ihe N. -. t pm W.ekly Spc I BUmmsrv. B p m Badlo Newareel. Illpm Dn you Kvmember. S SO p m Concrcl t> I And i m I'M I it a mimic Oicheatra. • p.m Rim up inr Curtain. It p.m The Neva. II 10 pm From Ihe Editorial. 10 IS p m Portrait of Jamaica 10 11 p m Haimahera Band. II p m AQUATIC I 1.1 II I I.VEMA (M.mb.n OnlyJ UIB> TODAY 1 T0M0M10W .1 S p m. %  I .tin. TODAY at 6 FA. "SOB fic'iPE RHONDA FLEMING in -THE ORE AT LOl'EB" with Roland YOUNG Rolnd CULVER Richard LY0N I'l.A/.A Theatre-BMDGETOWN I Dally 1 .._ 0i "BRIlIK FOR SALE"—aL. Bpeclal Added AttTSrtlon "SAVAGE -I'IIMMII; (omr l>Terluucalor aPKCIAL MATLNSSt TO-DAV S Gilbert ROLAND in "fisro KII> KETl'RNS & ICIMI mmi Jimmy WAKELY In SONG OF THE DRIFTKHS PLAZA Theatre — 0ISTIN MONCKJKAM8 BXcJinNG 0*"uillj; A VT'US"* '* Dutntt MNALDO .. CUco KID IN OLD NEW MEXICO" !" n on.., cimwoom -WOLF III M n:< %  ill, KirUy UKANT and Thr h^4ft Dof "CHINOOK" MIDNItE JfATINkK iT..a,| niuiir Mut CS08SED TRAILS" & • PASTNEM OF THE TRAIL" FLASH! Hiv AIUMII \ r rn \< i io\: ///niiirvr,EXCTTLW! AFRICA ABLAZE! -^ First Time in Color! ..\IETY iTaaGard. ft>RSA>S|. 3 -ALSO LATESTmuanm \ i:\THE-MEns AT THE PLAZA THEATRE BHMDGETO II V TO-BA v j „.„/ a.:io p. m. and Continuing DAILY 5 and 8.30 p.m. '•'" %  • %  ^aaaMaa MR. PLANTER Wm arm fully Stock** ariVa.-aai PLANT KNIVES CUTLASSES LO. SICKLES HOES (all sizes) AGRICULTURAL PORKS PICKAXES Obtainable from our Hardware & Ironmongery Dept. Telephone No. 203 TOE IIAIKiAliOS l O-OPEHA 11\ l CVTT9K FACTORY LTO. TO-DA* m IINDAt Ui aUlbkM laad., S ,m • Top TwhnMolor HuaaraC June KAVXH—Oordoo MacRAX In n \ i ( ,II i IK OF ROSIE O'GRADV" Cfelor By Technicolor MONDAY a TUESDAY l. p m CRIME SCHOOL" ft ROAD GANG" EMP3RE TO-DAY 4.45 aaS S.M and ('till till II (II,; William Shakespeiire's "MACBETH" — Starring — Oraaa Wells ROW TO-DAV and TO-MORROW 4 20 Saal H j-, Columbia Bth Double Deal ARN'i. — Vary HATCHER iKILIDAV IN HAVANA" and "CARGO TO CAPETOWN" Starring Brodrrleh CRAWFORD%  • -1 > T %  IRELAND Ellen DREW ROYAL TO-DAV and TO-MORROW 4.30 a S.15 Republic Smash in g Double John WAVN'E — Georse (gaby) Harea "W4B Ol IHE Hll.saCAS*' -till Hill ill LASVACAS" Starring Wild Bii l.llloti Bobby Bl.ke TO-NITE AT KIP-NIGHT Republ.r Whole Serial "KING OE .Mi. FOREST RANGBRS' 1 surring Larr. I ...inp-.m llrlen Tslbe* OLYMPIC To-day to Motulay, I SO and I 15. Rapubllr Smaahlnc lloublr Dane Clarke Gale Ruaaell •• MeaNBUSE AND — -HLLLFIBE" SUrrlnc William lllioii— Marie WUXsar. OLL Delilah lea -se cret of Samson's Jtnglti ...and betray him! I ufit Samson ligh:: on barehanded, crushing tht beastlo death! I Samson, challenged, hurl to the earth the giant of all the Philistines! GLOBE Contlnulnr, TO-DAV S a S.3S I'M INN TODS ClAUDi SAINS TRIV0S HOWARD ONE WOMAN'S ; STORY TONITE — "I UNITE M in together with "O.NE WOMAN'8 8TORV" Hall hour of LATIN AMERICAN SONGS a SPANISH TCNE8 by the PAN-AMERICAN QUINTETTE A croup at Cuban burn Mualclana THIS WIIX BE YOUR NEW EXPERIENCE FIT 50 — IIOISE — BALCONY II — BOXES W i Samson, armed with the jawbone of an f ass. defeat a host of Philistine soldiers! Cecil B DeMille s SAMSON AND DELILAH ilarnnt Hedy Lamarr^ Victor Manire George Sanders Angela Lansbury Henry Wilcoxon TEUHNICHLnH I Piclore Friday November 3rd 2.30 & 8.30 p.m. and continuing indonnitely 5 and 8.30 p.m. PLAZA THEATRE —Itri,l,,,,,,,„ „ mm I



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PAGE EIGHT IIARBADOS ADVOCATE SATl UI1.YY. OCTOBER 28, IN* South Australia Score 245-5 v. MCC iln.m Our Own Corrrspmident ) i.AIDE CriCKET GROUND. Oct 27 AT THE CLOSE of the first day of their four-ii i> lul tlie M.C.C Fart: Olek Or Weidin Will Suit Me PETER WILSON aaree* thai iiuu Carl Sukn run been ~i%  : %  T % %  %  i by lh< l>-n bh B A from Hintlnc Tomiii> Farr Iberr are only two others tn Kurope eliflblr for Ihe iob Hr aetrrlbea the Briton's typical reaction THE Daru MOXIIIK AssociatU.n fcaa banned the hrav.v-weigh' champion or Denmark. Car Nielsen, from meaUng Tomm> Fanat Leicester on November b In a mrw.T from CopenhoR* th# association stale* that Nielsen'? I Nixing licence expired on AufiuM 31. that lie II..N tu.l jrt ,io|>llctJ for a renewal, and thai when " does it will be granted only fo, Danish fights The Association i* understood tc take the view that Nielsen u not %  .uflUriontly In tnilnlng yet to undertake a light with a boxer of Tommy Fan-'.* calibre. Reactions down thick-*ai thoroughfare MN varied. Teddy Walthiim. secretory o the British Hoxinfc Bouxd o Contrnl. told iw "Of course wv don't know aajVllni i fflclailv yet feut we've cablrd the Darns Association, and if they confirm Ha? ban we shall, of courac, uphold it. "Denmark, like ourselves, is member of UM European Boxing Union, and they have a perfeci light to ban any of their boxer if they think .. match i unsuitable." £3,MM, Tickets So much for tin' attitude oBlcial i Nov. fur th* view uromotorial. Whan I called Joe Jacobs, who was to have slagad the show In IxMrMter's Granby Halls, his voice was 'hat of a man who has walked THEOAMBOUI Two New Champions But No New Personality rrom O-ir Own CornvMann LONDON. Oct 18. WHEN Freddie Mull vacated (he British Light-heav> weight %  .tied him.1 the list 1 thai itranga inon as "drawing 1 mly one name remain* OB OH list" thai ol our muchiniiltgnerl Heavyweight champion Qruee Woo 11 penal were needed thai Or'' ah boxing is in the doldrums fly provided when promoter Jack Solomons, who dues] I *er.se of duty towaris %  %  %  •(. ensure that thv 10.000 seas at Hariingay Areru w re lilted. 1 0 new champion* But one caw "i aacape U Ibgt neither OM of these lights— or. lor that matter, these new I — would have filled the arenn OB their indlvidun* drawing-: Noel Interest The tluhl vhirh an | inlrrest was that for theBrlto.aljinlleweiithl lil v and hi a 1 tger, Randolph Turptn I Turpln just four and a hall Bounds to dispose of the man wh< tofik the HtM from his brother l>Kk But hough his perfi lia* bern described as one of U best displays pf attacking Itoxiiu trii %  -in rl H hl IT Today's Cricket fixtures Cricket At The Oval Club iii pla gaUM Of ington against Mr The teams are-a: cket at Ki Barnett s XI follows — Cenlral C.t.: E C UTTSI Shephtrd, V %  %  MeConney, E Lainpil' Patrick, C aHanford, II t\A,nrU %  XI \ %  Harewood. D Sk--te. I. Skoate, Blades, A. McPh Butcher. V Kennedy. J Smith >SWu///o fafo Afidt /// roof, aftfwtiik''jtytonM of ATKINSONS %  RUSH.. UP... YOUR... SMILE... i[ ^^F • ^^g W V WITH fUc CORRECT-SHAPE TOOTHBRUSH Wisdom ixth series of First and Inter i.il< iiivmons cricket games he last day In the eighth M II vision game* Following are KM nfuftf FIHST DIVISION First Day 1'ickv.K I. vs. Sp Oval. Polire vs. Lodge Park. Carlton vs. Empii ; able to ofM *as ttmOBt pathetic rompleU' failure to cnuw a his challenger I pin's viiiMi* punching madf ..t I % % % %  at Carlton Combtnnerc at Wanderers he Bay. INTERMEDIATE DIVISION First Da* Y.M.P.C. vs Wanderers at •Iceklcs Hoad. Windvvrird vs. Empire nt Congo %  nd. Cable and Wireless vs Spartan i| i u l,-:l Hull. Menial Hospilnl vs. Piekwlek al Rock. SECOND DIVISION Last Day Combcnncre vs. leeward al I'oinbcrinrre. %  vs. College at Hank Hall Pickwick vs. V.MP.C. at College. Foundation vs. Carlton at FoundoUoi Regiment vs. Central al Qorrison. I.ceward vs. I^idge al Fosler'n, down a ladder two minutes altei Mrtia-nu' has taken it away. "U's knocked me for six," sai< Jumbo Joe. "Why. since Monday I've sold £3.000 worth of ticket."But," added J. J. i.illyiii]. bravely. "I'd rather cancel th< show if I ci'ii't gut a sultabU opponent Tor Farr. My reputaI,.,, i. woii:i more to mo than one show." That's a highly creditable sentiment from our Joe. und il certainly puts his repuUUon (with tS.000 in the kitty i al well above par tor the light game, where you can usually get a imputation thrown Lr with a couple of ilftcen-bob seats —if you pay cash. 'A Good Thing' Coming down to cases Jacob* said he would consider only two other Continental muscle mam moths—Stefan Olek. the FrenchPole no went tlie duduncc with Bruce WooQcok und Freddie Mills—and Jo Weidin, the Mistrian. Certainly there doesn't seem to be any other worthwhile beef on the hoof on this side of the Atlantic. Farr's reaction tThe ne-vs WF typical. Quoth me bnl Thomas "I don't mind who they put infa with no'. .. bluudiiUiui\l bit 1 don't mind "Maybe it's a good thing this has come up now. It wouldn't do me—or the fight game—any gooU if I root an opponent who wasn'i in top condition Either Olek >" Weidin will suit inc Gentlemen. (and inj lad> leaders too) | never Knew thcr.i ToUl for Month to yaaterda> : 10.13 ins. Temperatnre (Mln.t 73.5 "F Tempaniture iMJa). 53.3 "F Wind MiYettan (9 a.m.) K.S.E., (3 p.m P. E S E Wind Velocity 8 miles per hour. Barometer ni.i. I9.g0 W hat's OnToday Arts and Crafts Embroidery i • lui.in.,1, Queens Park 9 a-m. Meeting of the ll< n.: Board al I9.U a.m. First, Intermediate and Second DivUloiu Cricket, Various grounaa at 1.3t p.m. roller Bang *1 Fair. Ursallnr Convent 3.30 p.m ho""" as "How long?" Th.-" lion WHS. answered mi-t-wio .ugh the 'ifth iund when th champion lay apraad aajlad or ihi> ennvas with glaaay-eyo) sigring at the arc-lamps. The .scli"-,in-ilysing his opponan rather than boxing him. But tin impression was probably causeby tho strict economy of hi punches and his complete in difference t* lhv TCul occauaoi which, III ,i man of 23. one doe. net expert to meet. Hort. however, displayed excel lent rtngtrafl and thu enable* him to survive .nnny dnngernus sJtuaUan*. Had Uawa man oci '"-v contesting .i vacant title, otv ntiglit have thought that Hurt wa the holder .inn Cockrtl his chal lensjwr. From the outaet it BOO fairly obvious that Hart hwl n .haim: of winniug by boxing oi tho retreat, even if It was ^ masterly display. Eye Opened H.> ;,.|t c. .is oiwiie t r.., en, and Cockell gave him no op port unity to forget it. The ml iHg.ui to set In during the nlnt! ifiiiild. when Hart went r the promoters, ireitluI little something which sends fan.' *ild and scrambling for tnkels rtay might mi a largi bad tii.in HUTuunu Arana, bui alone .vi.iyiic .• : %  • apprimftttni ttu time, when two, or three or avci [OW i'li.tmpioiii.hip rlghta must V itasad lognher lo produce th, maa* crowds winch only Mills i Woottaoak. n ahlf country, coul draw alone. They'll Do It Every Time ^ By Jimmy H.ulo j BUT T&Zp/f BLTT T ^l^/j WMAT S gyg gcEsf'Snr-M^T^B ^AE~WMO 1 \ NEVER v\OS<£P.' \ PlA^^WT^iy LIVES UNPfcR US'A\P KEEPS ) ONE WEEK. AND ) M ?^I^f '"A -7 ^/jJSg/j 45 ""*"' ZZ A YEAR,AKP } ONE WEEK, ANt? ) MEANTIME %  >* )) %  !" E_PAPiO BLASTINS PAY THE GUARANTEE .T WAS ON THE k{ Z'^ER? PEfiCP WAS ) BLINK--! SJST SHE'LL FOULER LOoPER THAN TME W06KAWS SUB 'VUGS IMTILL SHE 6ETS WHAT SHE WANTSSave your ' %  Tickets Sunday Nite and win 4 Corluns ol Heineken's Beer Have You Visited THANI's SALE BK WISE ICIOXOUISE USE BOWRANITE ANTI-CORROSIVE PAINT THE PROVED PROTiCTOR OF IRON AND STEEL (iOES FARTHEST : : LASTS I.ONT.EST Uiw GMau will cover f.'i-lfm |. fl %  5 Supplied in PERMANE.N -,EEN RED. BL.'.... lr, 11ns of Imperial Measure. New Slocks just received Thone 4456 Agents § WILKINSON & HAYNES CO., LTD. Y. M. P. C. HALLOWE'EN DANCE POSTPONED UNTIL SATURDAY NOV. 4th on account of Weather. T"E Cl'STOMES IS ALWAYS KI6HT--90 HCS108E S&6 LEFT-I T-A\^ TO BERK/Afp i-38N," -*%  kilt iiol yrt do vou tan 'M. w** wit are muwinc Thtre Jt<""> I I.I.I HIMmrrsms III .Iff"*v#; I raw IM1\ T 1H-XAY J VISIT TOIHV y THANI's I I'r. Wm. Hy. 91. — Dial 34S I; BeginninK Monday Oct. 30th. and continuing f->r the month of November BIG Reductions in all Departments LADIES' DRESS GOODS LADIES' HANDBAGS GENTLEMEN'S SHOES LINGERIE FOR LADIES LADIES' SHOES GENTLEMEN'S SHIRTS LADIES HATS CHILDRENS SHOES GENTLEMEN'S SUITINGS DAVID SLINGER & CO, LTD. THE SUPPLY STOKES No. 44 Swan Street. ki_.



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SATVRDAY, OCTOBER M, 1950 BARBADOS ADVOCATE TACE FIVE Planters Smiling Thru THE KAMA! bookkeepers and OvmMTI thai visited the City yesterday err all smiling. Tliey are all pleased with the rainfall and more thai: with the progress of the cartes. Mr Fred at Tui the Ad''ocatiyesterday, ttu canes in St Andrew .ire looking %  a far for the venr he f ha) recorded 68 in?he* and they i a*tttng %  <"od rainfall MMf .,( ;. s %  %  i 0 Annual Indust trial Exhibition last year fi best group of canes. He took this Cur ': %  '• %  i holuii it RUN 1943 He hopes to I retain It tbil % %  Kin* Bin %  % % % %  roskfl currents of water, tie has %  seen so many landslides In ( his life as he had seen at Turner's Hall this year, He ha> the slides Mr Ingrain said that the raloons are looking line The yams rosnlstfbL but the corn Is il> well BweM potatoes planted lair Mi Qearge OUt, i retired • Plesuaill ll.,i.. Bl PtlOf said that they experienced a fairly good rainfall. The canes made much progress, especially In July and Ajigust. but he feels that from Speightstown to St. Lucy, including Pleasant Hall and Wclchman Hall, have not been getting as prod a rainfall as other parts of the island. In his district the niv. vanaty of canes such ns the 113716) are not measuring up to expectations and he has noflcM MM low ratoons. %  Better iMIllgl He said that he was told that two inches and 30 parts fell at the Hock Plantation on Sunday while thery only had one inch at Pleas; ant Hall, Mr. C. Uantleld of Friendship. \ St. Lucy told the Advocate that i %  Ctnmacy pleased with the I rainfall and the look of the cane*. | It was a little dry at the begin< nti>K of the year, but although St. Lucy U In the dry area they arc still getting belter results than I last year. So far they have recorded only 50 inches while other !laces recorded as much as 60 or D Inches. They did not plant many ratoons but those that were planted are doing extremely well. Mr. Reynold Field of Vineyard. St. Philip, said that St. Philip is also getting its share of the good rainfall. So far he has recorded 58 inches and in his opinion the ratoons arc doing much better than last year. He said that the Spring potatoes that he hns planted have not reached a high standard ,t the yim crop is looking guod. TL .nv a he feels that the conditi. it M .gate are much better th* '- v ai Mr. Byron Roelt, an ver ei %  at Spring Hall Factory, i: to B and by the look of some of tne canes that he feels that they can start grinding snmHe said that during the last two months the canes have shown a great improvement and he is looking forward to a bumper crop next year. CAKE I Oil M NBtAV? Received Stolen Generator: Fined V.2 Golbourne King, a labourer ot Spooner's Hill. St Michael, we* found guilty yaaierdav of receiving a stolen generator valued at $30. and the property of Robert Biamo o| White Park. The oflei.cv Mas committed sometime between October 2\) and 2t Mr E A McLcod befon> h>ir. the case was heard ordered King to pay a fine of £2 In one month r one month's Imprisonment Thi generator was found on %  Bar .it King's DU.CC and when asked by the police how he roj g oleagj it King .aid that he trought it from %  fellow for $15 Mr.in-. said when tin* genera oi %  'i to htm hi quicUj a. Cgn( %  '•.I it as his o i %  I kM fi in !i I lorry Letters Of Administration FOUk MISSING IN PLANE CRASH \'w ORLEANS, Ocl 17 .n-ciivn.c' Vav gall > -r u>da> HUM stated in an Air Font ment tonight. T'ie plane took off this mornln 'or Cralg airfo tt base at Seta Alabama. Public Inform atli. jftcer of Keeeler of the ah-fon' Milnxi M ssiadppi satr* %  *ne landing light has been four: and the plane Is presumed to t\*\ •-^shed'' •Irst reports from .iviti. farm placed eight men aboai h.. plane, but Major Jarre* Pee-.t Scott Base Beleville of Ih •ama base from wnU-h the plu % %  < ;oofc off was later quoted as aa .'<*. that there ware only four. HI* EXCELLENCY takes a band at c ke making at the 8t oil.. Oirls School H.E. HELPS THE GIRLS MAKE A CAKE On School Tour HIS EXCELLENCY took a hand in cake miikniK veslertUy. He was then in the Domestic Science room of Si QUar Girls' School and the girls wtre going through the process of cake making. c and Mrs. Savage, aecom-youngster His Excellency appeared quite pleased as he patted him on the shoulder. This is a school with the bis attendance of 885 children of which 570 were present yesterday Mr. C. W. Cumberbatch U.s Headmaster Next Week's Cinema Shows T HE MOBILE CINEMA will give five shows next week.' The first will be a private performance at the St. Philip's Almshouse on Monday night Cm Tuesday night a show will be given; at Cambridge Plantation yard, St. Joseph and on Wednesday at Edgehill Plantation yard. Si. Thorn* On Thursday a show will be given at Constant Pasuue. St. George, while the final show for ihe week Is scheduled to take ,,!.„ %  .. ;.t I'U-asanl Rail Pisa tsstiati yard, St Peter. T HE POLICE BAND u ill plaj for the Uisuline Convent Annual Bazaar at 3.30 this evening. A I IOENDLV CRICKET MATCH Will ba p.ayed ot Shell to-morrow between St. Mar) I old Boys and Cambridge C C. The match slarts at 130 p.m. T HE CAR which Is being raffled in aid of the Police Boys' Club was being exhibited in Trafalgar Square yesterday. Two Hands-: men were standing beside the carl with tickets in Ihelr hands and many who looked at •.hi* new motor were tempter! *. %  > uy tickets panlad by the Director of Education, v. sited the St. Giles's Boys' and Girls' Schools, the CarringIOTIS Village Girls' School and the ilclnmm Girls' School vesterday morning Tinattandanca at tba schools was not up to full strength on account ol the ram. but a keen Intake.) in all the activities The visitors first went to the Carringto" VUlaja (MriC School where they inspected needlework. .* %  i>v the glrb. and were In Ume to see the preparation of a •hot lunch menu made chiefly out of local foodstuffs. His Excellency and his wife spoke to a number of Ihe children (Mini their lessons and seemed quite satisfied with everything In the Visitors Book. His Kxeellcncy wrote: "As I entered the school 1 sensed an air of efficiency and an atmosphere of My wife and I thoroughly enjoyed our visit." 430 On Roll I lead mi stress of Ihe school is Miss L 11 Ci.,h.,ii There are 430 children on the roll but only 216 were ible to get out yesterday. Miss Graham has ten assistants. St. Giles Qlrla* School was the second visited and there His Excellency and his wife spent a long i tiuiK to some of the children readme. They i|so asked them quest! Vnatl visit to the Domestic Sd % %  inxl. and Ibcir delight with the set-up was evident. Cake making was going on and His Excellency took a great deal of interest in the work. 1 ool with its present roll of 411 girls had an attendance of 328 yesterday. The school was formerly the St. Giles' Boy-. School but was renovated and Beryl Vaughan is the Headmistress. She has eight assistants. IT. Qla Visitors' l!f*ik. His Excellency wrote"A very happy OUld say a ver> afflCMOl school A good atmosphere. Thief There First Wh n the Governor ano nis %  ed the Si. files' Boys' School he might have not ced that the lock of mi. <.f thai doors was h:ingii>K. It was the evidence of a thief's adventure of the afore. Sugar and soap wen found missing, it wai the third ocrasion a similar theft ha' bee;, committed at the school thin Located ui ,i tn-.ral .irca .ml with a high reputation for teaching, the pressure for admission to this school continues. Admissi Is grinted now from seven jnuutl of age and not five. Those beiow seven go to the neighbouring girls' school. This was done from last year to relieve the pressure on the school which now carries a i.i.dT nf nineteen '.e:icheis His Excellency wrote In the Visitors' Book "I have enjoyed my first visit but I will come again. An atmosphere of efficiency." At Belmont Girls' The Belmont Girls' School wa Ihe last visited and here the GovartMM arrow I "1 have enioyed my visit A very cheerful and efficient atmosphere. Keen interest was also taken here in the school's activities, the Domestic Science Room .dtracting a good deal of attention. The school is a wooden building and accommodates over 400 children Only 270 were present %  % % %  . The Headmistress Is Miss Odessa McClean and she has ten assistants. Vaga bond Prince On First Call The matel VSSBjal \agabond Prune" <;i! tons] "I the Ba Tni MB tJne. paid its first visit b. Barbadot restardaj n i una to take a load of Imrrel* ' fancy molasses for Nova Scotti At its brith n|i|'M>iii lh Harbour ai i Shipping menl, liarrcl after barrel i> DuttU lowered into its rUtcfaei H is expected to complete loading on Tuesday when it wilt "ail direct for Halifax. The molasses |l being shipped le. M. -,K It Muo'., .V ..,. Ltd and lis Messrs S P Musson. Son %  Co, Ltd Th vessel has %  caoacltj of 500 tons. The "Vagabond PVince" arrived from Nova Scotia via Puerto Cabello. Venezuela, under Cuptain William Crouse Captain Crmtse told the 'Advocate' that the ship met bid weather during the crossing from Nova Scotia to but very tine weather from Vemvuela 'o Barbados. The vessel got from Venezuela to Barbados In 48 hours. The "VagatMind Prince" Is onl> three years old. It has a 800 tip engine IN the Court of His HO.HI_. Ill AHM l-ollviu. -. i i iwo pas linn ro tenet 11 Administration as toltosi Petition ( .( K.iii.ie, \.i,,. n Oeborna oi Tudor stic-t. mhtgs town. Widow, the Attorney of the Public Administrator of the County of New York. ISA. tr the estate of her husband Benjamin Archibald Ofhonie it e u 672. St. Nicholas Avenue Nev York City. V S A who died then on ijat December. 1945—for thi benertt of all persons Inters tod nrean Mr C H. Clarke K.C InstructedlJ by Messrs Yearwood & Bovce.N Solinto-s. nppeared for the petitioner Petition of Elaine Beatrice Cox: of River Road. Bridgetown to the estate iwllh the will annexed) ..*, Charles Luther Elder late of River Road. Mr J S. B Dear instructed b* He* Year wm id ft BOycc,' represented the petlj The Wills of the fbDoWlrtl were admitted to Probate — Cleophas Adolphus Ford-v Edward Cyril Boyce; Rubv JOMphlne Foster; David DeCourc\ MK'lean: Donald P en-od; Wil>lam Worrell; (St Michael! Alice Maude Skcetc (St Lucy). Lyala Jane Bentham (Christ Church t V.'/,',V,V,'.V/M 100)a U WHEN A COLD STRIKES, STRIKE BACK FAST... USTERINE ANTISEPTIC TCJSBf KAHI.V IOH I IIIIIM>l\S &f Hand-Pamfd SOUVENIR Leathcrcraf t mth the Crest of Barbados LiSTHINf AnHxptk kdh mdlkMS of gvrun on ihroai lurfacet, .keeps saeaa I nun hurting H'"ii trouble. Remasabef. at ihe nru sigo of cold. f*fgle I ISTfc'RINE Aaneepiic. (nil i early and often' M Tisrs ovnt A I2-YEAR PERIOD DAILY urn* Or IsaVniNI ANTI5IPTIC HAD FEWER COiDSI ~2t Dutch Manure Comes A shipment of 38,800 bag* oi muriate of potash from Antweip arrived here yesterday by the French passenger-freighter S.S Xhorbourg," which was making its nrst call at Barbados. Other cargo striving by this vessel was 160 barrels of pickled %  three cases of general *o These were from Bremen, Copenhagen and Hamburll. Thi' "Cherbourg*' operates unr the Conpunia Generate Transatlantique Line. It arrived %  n La Palllce, France Rheumatism, Ankles Puffy, Backache, Kidneys Strained! DECREE N/S/ Hi* Honour the Chief Judge. Sit Allan Collymore. in the Court for Divorce and Matrimonial Causes yesterday pronounced decree nid in the tuit of E L. Sesly (petitioner) and R D Sealy (Respondent) costs were allowed on tho lows* -cale. REMANDED Adolphus Skeete ot TWQSdSlJi Road was remandeil until November 3 after he was charged before His Worship Mr It A. Talma with the larceny of a %  .. .i %  o. ite valued at £21. 13s 4d., the property of the British American Tobsee I o Ltd on (Mober 2*. Yesterday was the llrst day ol the preliminary hearing Sgt King is prosecuting on behalf of tl, |X>|1CV The interest taken by the visitors at this school was ;inan On one IK .isi.,n one of Ihe | f.. : iii Bxei ilency could be heard several yards away. Readng seemed to ba one ..( the enjoyments of thi.-. % % %  !, N-> .^,-. r. .— B i-i^-. H>c>Mn Anklrs. nurninfl %  % %  *•. BUJM Acidity. O* l*">1 Kn'fB. *P4 f^l..id Iror. jour lln^. Kldn-t Trvul-lr U Ihr tru^ saSn, Wrol> f",id. and drink", worry. caUU or ovarwork m>create an r,e.. el aclda and place a liearr airaln en your kMn.va ao thai they funeflon pmult anil n,l help lo pro->orO purllv your bloud and lualnlalti homlth and •Brgr. )Ha(p Kidneyi Docto-'i Way Many doctor, have discovered b> ie., title clinical leat* and In acKid seactlM that a quick and aura mi to heir the kld•>• clean nul nceaa pniaona ami a, i.ll> %  US a ax-lentIflcail*prepared eiari|>uon No Ben.-I.f — No Pay .,-. nr.l 4nM fj CretW oS r K,akera thai Cfilai will aallitv vou COP.. a rtoly Iheya.k w„, v it under a .non-y i j .„. % %  .. ro.. IH n into if n entire!*aiM.n.,| (ti.t return Ih* trnpl) poeka*ami m -i VOM ro.-n-y bo. k. Cyite. (MM I**) .cm mil* at ch.ml.'a and Ihe nnev I-., k ,'n.nnlrr pfW •• KIDN1Y1 LADDM Tfea (.1 MUSTSm %  .-.., RHIUMATISM Cystex:; I /%e #*tgfit*&e#h&i; ^npstfece. Slab %  1 MND 1 %  Pi >\ CHOWS j a i %  %  %  %  i %  A breath of England comet to you with these toilet articles Cor men. The unforgettable fragrance of Mltcham Lavender from Surrey lanet... captured by Potter and Moore with a process of distillation perfected over two hundred years. MITCHAM LAVENDER Q 1749 On Sale at BOOKERS DINE TO-NIGHT AT BABBAltos i.i:\m\a. CBTVESE HESTAl'RAXT Delightful n.eals. urer^icd In our spotless kitchen . served In our plcasunt surroundings, we know you'll enjoy our chefs Specials. Stop Ir. tOfdsjM I THE GREEN DRAGON m So. t BRO \D STREET for EeirrrtHaBai msl 3tt; TiSu/in" Brings U.S. Mail One hundred and twenty-nine bags of U S mail were IHI.II.H1 UI li.ll.i.l, %  .,' ti'iil.n I %  .. lit i kind Alton Freighter S S (' i; Thulln." Two of the bag* contained registered mall : i" ilulln" also brought pack in;. > ,! gi-nenil i-;irgn frmi' Ni. York It Icfi i-,tt i.t^t night for Trinidad Moitot i *>tii> n . LlrVlOLElME "Cooling and Rafreahlng aa a Brestfa al Hprlng" l*he Manufacture of Usnelcnr flnds work for Fellow Ilarbadinu: li U ttte. al Your Dealer ^^^ i -li. aal lha •• %  Ideas. .,... ui _. i 'in IUMIII*). r< ass ..liet.tir fa* yaar i AIIISS %  il.iri'is.. fl % % %  I.I v iTSAY %  i m-• ii kisdai UIMTr.trr %  • M I -, j ,,„.. i \iiira yier eras, it H.M I. iv ii .,,*,> i H M i rr SBWIMII BST %  OMa I. CM. tl .Ul.l COMn m raa. with Ml. xnorriNu LIST LOOM UtAf NOTE nooa IH -. I raakal) la I aa* •a(S hladal BOOK MAKBia NOTI -i *1PP I i Ml I , ,l,|l. fAi.MMm Ir I *.BII I AHP ' "Ol • a. I Mad.) rasa ran** isaa . „.,, „ um %  . ass sk** VMaai &f wax mmm/M I.IMI1HI Head of Broad Street GEORGE PAYNES GOOD COCOA FINEPURESOLUBLE. IN v .yiL-.: \ WO*** 'S F ?VZ lk ?. ia J S l Zes incl "dins Bombs, Slarlighto and Prelly Matches Etc. Prices 4c 6 10c 20c CAVE SHEPHERD Co., Ltd 10, II, 12. A 13 Broad Street THEY'RE PAIRED TO PROTECT YOU JEYES FLUID AND JEYPINE Jc>es' Fluid, of course, you know well. Us been fumou fur 70 years And DOW the. Jcycs' is the disinfectant to use for killing i I i >,uses t kennels droina, dustbins, and KIXIIK like that. It's UKmdeffolf Bo Is Jeyplne. it's Ix.-n ipa .'--r use inside the house —It has s really delightful pine fragrance They're splendid destroyers of germs, these two Jeyes' products: Instantane%  ffosjt, and both absolutely sofa In use. JEYPINE 40c. a bottle ON SALE AT KNIGHTS DRUG STORES DON'T MISS THIS OPPORTUNITY!! GREY FLANNEL PANTS at $14.00 and $15.40 pair GREY WORSTED at $18.00 pair WHITE LINEN at $11.59 pair WHITE A KHAKI DRILL at $5.47 pair HARRISONS-BROAD ST. DIAL 2664 V'^rV>V.-e-e-'--*. '*.*.*-*V.V.V. *.*. OVI**


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*alaraay. Orl.kfr J* I H .', H mtMwwBimak V rites IIVK IKK'IS V • u r . . WORLD'S OLDEST KING COLLAPSES LATIN AMERICA WANTS BAN ON SPAIN LIFTED LAKE SUCCESS. Oct 27 T'HE 60 Nation Special Political Committee of the United Nations Assembly today began a full dress debate on whether to recommend mem bars to resume diplomatic relations with Spain A joint resolution sponsored by seven Latin Ameri can countries asked that the General Assembly re voke its 1946 ban on the appointment of Ambassa dors to Madrid as well as its recommendation bar ring Spain from membership in international agencies. Dominican Republic DclaRatc. V. Diaz. Ordonez, of the sponsors of the joint resolution told delegate "a lot of water has passed under trie bridge Assembly action of JWS 11 IIM i rimils HEAVY SHOWERS LAST NIGHT After fulling Intel ...itunily lb' wh.i.c rt.iv ycs.fiday the rain came flown in full force las. rompunied by (lashes t>( lightning The City was 4tfc.es* as window shoppers ond night strollers remained Indoors. Only the watchmen were seen walking up and down the sidewalks of Brood Street. The gutters In the streets were filled with water und puddle* were on the pavements Residents In the Parish of Si John which had the heavlatt rainfull (three Inches) up to • p.m. yesterday had a busy time cleaning their storm lanterns and putting stocks in secure position* One woman who led a turkey in her yard about ft p.m. returned about 6.30 p.m. to find the bird H'owned In a pond some ten yards from her house. The Police Sub-Station in that district reported about 8 p.m. heavy continuous showers with lightning and thunder. Some of the small roads are under water. Rainfall returns for other districts up to fl p.m. yesterday were District "A" 45 parts. "B" Boarded Hall one Inch and 30 parts. "C" one inch. "D". St. Thomas one Inch and 62 parts. District "E'\ St. Peter two Inches. One Inch and ?0 parts were recorded In District "r" and Crab Hill, St Lucy, received 80 parti of rain. Rain held up work In many B us of the island yesterday. At owell many wcrkers were given a half holiday yesterday because of the rain. One told the Mdroccle that It was actually Impossible to work on the runway during the heavy rains. Only a few carryalls were working yesdoy. that since thi It was essential, he maintained. "|o extend an open and franJ hand to those who will aid us" The United Nations should not cjaae Its doors to anyone. Th Spanish people, he declared had ; legitimate right m be repreeantei U United Nations specialised % % %  KlM which were technical IXKlU'V After seven of the sponsors ol the )Olnt resolution had spoken briefly in support. Polish d eMae te itefan Boratyski suggested the debate be adjourned until Monday. "We must be given lime 10 study the arguments and ev planatians of the sponsors of the resolution," he said, "so that w debate is continuing later today Karl it-r during the fcDaminfl session Fernando Herkeanyer ei f*-ru. one of the rceolutioti sponsors said that If adopted thresolution vmuld remove moral obstacles to the opening of diplomatic relations with Spain. United Nations Charter prohibited the organisation frotv intervening in the internal affair^ id nations he contended, it such intervention were permitted t li United Nations would nwan nothing. The General Assembly rcaoluUon of 1946 he argued, was .. definite violation of this fundamental principle." Those seeking to revoke IIILAssembly resolution were sure of tfielr facts he added. They weie .-unftdent that Spain was not a threat " international peace and security. —Heater. abinet Meeting NEW GOVMtfCMt OF BAHAMAS 'From Our Own Corrt|M>i.dnli LONDON, Oct., 27. Major General Robert Arthur Rosa Neville C.B.E. (Royal Marines) ho* been appointed Governor and Commander-in Ohlef of the Bahamas In succession to the late Sir George Sandford. In 103? and 1S38 he was Naval Intelligence Officer of the American and West Indies station nfi the slaff of Admiral Best. Sugar Nationalisation Expected In U.K. iFrvtrri Our Own < %  •.. —iptmiiw.i %  LONDON. Oct. 27 It Is rumoured In London lha'. when the King speaks from the Throne next Tuesday, he wilt announce thi •Government's Intenthsi In nationalise the British Sugar Corporation within the next thi aT months. The Corporation, a £^.000.000 concern, handles all the sugar beet grown In this country. Thi Corporation undertakes S3 pc> cent of the British reuned sugar trade anc If nationalised it would be set ip In opposition to Tate and 1. ie and other private reflnTRINIDAD WINS CHESS SERIES tProm out Own Corrna^ndwii' GEORGETOWN. Oct. 27. Trinidad won the West Indies Chess Championship to-day when Pratt bent Qsbeurne of British Quiana after eight hours of play lietween Thursday and Friday. It was a game of many complications, fierce attack and tenacious defence in which honours were equally divided. Pratt s vlptprj also placed him second In the individual championships which was won by Barker of British Quiana. The 'Trinidad Guardian 1 P y was presented to Machine. ger of the Trinidad team by lie John Gulch Colonial tary and Deputy Governor Fernandez Cup which wat % %  ptnpeted for the first time w presented to Barker. The closing points wore Trlnlidad 14. British Guiana 13 and | Barbados 9. Barker headed the ndrvflual champions with seven points. Pratt six and Brassington. Osbou-ne and Gllkes five each. The Trinidad ond Borlisdo' teams except Pratt returned home on Saturday. Any New Weapon Can Be Tackled British Defence Survey LONDON. OcL 27Atomic defence experts warning Mil tits of the 'langets Britaii may huve to i.,ie. emphasised t(Li tiJ.it new weaponof leslmctlim can and will be tackled They were writing In the "Facts About Civil Di fence" m.rvev town anil district %  uthuriUe* in touch with Home Office policy on ntum defence. %  it is ol vital importanc* that we arc not deterred by any of the % %  weapons" said John Hudson. Director General of Civil Defenc training. "History shows that IP the course r,f time defence Inevitably catches up with offence, even though it may never get a 100 per cent answer." It was realised thai the domagi in any fcrtuiv war might be far neater than anything yet experteiicod in this country but the lessons from Germany and Japan had been "most carefully studied" and were being applied here. Sir John continued. Under Britain's reorganised defence system It was hoped that active defence would reduce a attack to dimension" that the Civil Defence could tackle. Sir John warned local authorities that Britain must be prepared lor a "Pearl Harbour" surprise attack, He said: "We should be very tooUsh to bank on any phoney war period or indeed on verv much warning at ; from Denmark, Italv. Holland. United States, Canada (Mia, Pakistan. Au-trulia ann> do*r. lo rHlnwit" 1 level apptsred to be one of tesi be laid. KI.II "f li'ii'.im %  %  mulling contrail nre dale Thci -i i| in Hi >d in the termi o( thi We hs\e t liimk of llx %  i u Qi 50 Miners Escape Death By Fire MANCHESTER Oct 17. A tire swept buildings si l|i< lip of Aston MOM tollrry nut' hjre to-day while 50 mineri wen working underground. They were iinaUe |u hafl and him tu make their way to a cojl shaft aboui SO yards awa> n.lc : re men fought In check the flamci Then tnev were hauled tip h three Ijatt-hes-with thr imok-%  k*-'! irt hv air*hftft. i.virlln^ around Ihem. They hid UN eme/gency handbelli to lgnal lo ""I men above ground Thousand* of people tumbled i of nearby homes in their DlghtCkOUlSl wlien they j* thr glow of the blate. The fire wu brought under control in two hours.—Renter. .1.. -Reuler. Fire Destroy* Lumber AjrriauAoci. 27. At -c Ti...>"Covernmen! auction sale of buildings at the former U.6 Army base. In the General Service Club area, 4,29'J square teet of lumber was sold tu x-American Vice Consul Nicholas Fnllci lor M.100. It was completely destroyed by nre last nigh'. I Antiguan Policeman Fined £100 For Smuggling (Our Own Correspondent) ST JOHN'S A LOCAL island constable, Robert Joseph, left his home in St. Johnston's Village very early one morning this week and as customary walked a mile away on the lands of Belmont to extract milk from his cow. On returnmj; home at 6.30 he found a squad of police extracting a large demijohn of rum from his house. Besides this, they acquired some other tempting articles from under the bed such as sixty pieces of ARTIE'S HEADLINE MM M ftfl! IjH ft-vlf i n c HIM the Nut lh Kor'sms were reportl In Irmiganiang In C*n nrnnitf Manchurit acroii thi in V*iu Riwi which nugi Mi. fm u Unronfiinu"! leiiorli hf laid tail 40.000 rhlnew had bnr, thrown in to help them hold Hit uvula gee at (war plant! ftedmi neafcuiia*' war indtwtrt* BiitMi forces ran into vny huw n'Msiiiice nbout two Riltei i* t if Kinati on the rosd from lAihun to (he Manchunsti northn border st Slmillu United States Fifth AJBU ill func pUnei called in to tscklr thi •I'od uRiniivi' pi-ltKii In the tuih 11 *Kket\ out 5 lank* but full rill HI DO u-t known The South KoieanSlnlhDiv.. %  maunUia mow* finwi i Onjong, 30 mllw ftnm the fpon-' The Danger • %  danger In (hi world (idat *"i It is abiurd lo suppon HV will ever •faltiit.ui UiltSt an)uiie but the dltV utly h in persuading" public >piithai (his is ." Asked WI:>I %  %  |T) MndUoBI [pt Off I ffDCC IKh'ler Hid thai Ihe Alllei i i MI i" ihe (Jermsns all rnlriclluiis, such *> devatMiiuiinii. eoanomk controls und nun ipandon UmltaUon In imlusir> ind ravtewi ( hglililliiii Tin tfM Ihiw |weu mut" %  ociilder thenm-ivi 1 simply J: til ontd wtri-lernlonaB] n (iiTni.ni soil and not as orcu["in.i. i(i.|.Dtheler Mrid he w.u not oppusn to the pretence ol AlllS>l BxIio then pnstnl rile, "on thr ion tsar) ; % %  Minine every new dlvl iv We .ninot nvi enough." "I agree uitli General Cla> luiiner An.eiinn Military Governor who Mid tm Wsunndw to-' war may come any day ffnen R OMITS wr will then regret Hut wr did not stnrt building Germir rilliiaiv (oiniutioni looner."* >v d have sUrted Hi month* ago Bvtn if any prep;u> Hops have been made anywhere In Ihe WtM they cannot IK (noujh ~ Renter 92-YEAR-OLD KING GUSTAV SERIOUSLY ILL STOCKHOLM. Or.t 9H THE WORLDS OLDE3T MONABCH, 92 yearold King Ouitav, waa gravely ill to night after collapsing at a cabinet meeting to-day. Crown Prince Gustaf Adolf was summoned to the Palace at Drottingholm by the principal Royal K ysician. Dr. Hjalmar Casaerman, and other mem rs of th Royal Family were gathering there this tftemoon Pt CusVRWl tuld Keirter: "This is Iht' Kmu*!. must M' it in bed, but there hag been IM change lor ihe worm* this jftorn king w*' ti %  %  T i • %  i. tired" %  iri i > %  I Hil> In Jjl • ht red Irom -• • riUca] ol broncbltis %\ \s \ U || •trateher* from nirlia* Knee i %  t Ins who refused to grow old." • become one ol ntropani Baoae loved I.WMlh' i the oldent. and .it ibt to I aven Indhea] the talMai king in the world M.i.i prli i-u beo thoucsi be rned areak nd ill M Nj."kr %  %  : n.tii\ :.,i ihowed li Cabinet proceedings Bui ne nil "lulmtril fii'tii UM iiii~ftillK III Englislmomuii I (on ml By Mu-lciii Murriuge M. IOND0N, Oci, 27. A judge ruled hire to-day thai Ml daughter of an Engluh Jj>rd r'tuirtiin because ihe knew at th [oeddliig lie was entitled to hayi i.nore than one will UNBIASSED HISTORY mRi5-Ort.!7. A three-day United Nationn'onomic, Klontilit and mlluM '.rgiinlsiitiun in conference Here hie drawn up a guide fur fultits writers of history. Hwfmaiw nt'-t j; the Pgris HeadquarbTs of the 'irgimlsaUon tg decide H to eradlnle torn ichgpl book-. Ihe KloriftcatiDri of oooquR'. ii.itiim.il and race locifcioujik,, imil^hBrfe-tuieOlkilytocurru t youth Ttw guide stream the need lea the use of hutor> si a maaoi liinteraaltpiial undar*Uii(Una. %  i> ,fuTTi. JIUI tke S'nitli K'HT.I ?int DiviMun with a Communist Division at II ni iles lo Ihe Mjulhuett Other Soulheni forect were bi Kurejn Capital Division reumted stift nt.ls.jnee at a point 40 mil** %  bon llimtpism on Ihe eiust and ii,I.Ti,l noilh of Pukchon KM < "I T Organised forces still .ipposini :he Onlted Nations In the north %  led ll 20.M0 Another 11.MW rut off by the Allied id HINfl I.ISTAV Auipliihiuii W ill Tour U.I. Advertising W.I. Festival UaMOOH A loin niftned Bwland Am tart ne* Kiinih mi inui ui ihe Ameiicaa bfljpst Hi t in iioiiui expocl hive and adveriue | The ujui will cover over 22.0OH ClUdt U eonntriei in colon : cirrj the CMflfal test painted on Its nose and '•eh stojuiini; place, uifunnalimi Sill be handeil ,iil invitins vniton lo the rVMival Flights ind dennxistrslioiis will be given The DIJIIIi%  i %  %  l-Sptui i > %  British Ou I ., %  I'nraglia) ami ClUU .i %  > route lo TrtnW L I Wnl hull Ni %  .vail' %  Cheat .it limes I MiiiijU'i Oette ..li..i on hM %  Unit l h|f ret giVl d Kin:iK'i Undati v-ho reienl wll i" the ead lha Swedish Njtjons daleaartcan, But he I th. tWQ new forelfri iliplomati a/hp ,. i Crawu Prim %  them ini %  %  ii in nliM "in lance 't King Ou • % %  •• i bolldaf ..II the KIM. .. ... the aurrtinei %  —*te SCOTS WANT HOME RULE QLMaom Oel J7 Aii unofBclsl I'lebiaelte ainong leotUsh. elreS..!light j.mdured a thumping ,i, II i. lavoui "f wtting no Scottish I'.nli rbe Bcrtl %  Math Ml mt Cin,i .ui/Jiti. n neaslng Bai Igflttl I loeBe i ul| Hi on i %  %  ten In Cam TtirotiUi %  ,„' TELL TIIK AltVOCATE THE NRWH Kins Sin l.v nr Vlaht WW TW AIIVOt'ATK PAVS POIt NEWS i:iiral>eth Risk, 13-year-ol'i tnu|hter of l^ird Alvuigruim, siki iivoree court Ii %  an) of Iht Moslem marriage ihr vent through at Alexandria. !H Her husband was Mustafa Risk He t1 not defend iht petition After 'he ceremony thee lived In Ejypt %  nhl M-s. Huh came back lo ---^•iSJ'-'wuh, part thsmith Maior (irneral Vu>e lli' unit Slie ilalmad to-day that u an Oldest Tool In The World VIENNA. Oct. 27 Dr. Maria Mettl. Austrian archaeotoeist. lu* found a bone axehead which may be 130,000 years old and possibly the oldest tool in the world. T)r Mottl totd the Austrian Federal Cave Commission that the Jiacover;.' was made in Repolust case, north of Graz in n layer ^f tertta nnd ii estimated at 130.0*0 years old If Hs aee were cor-ect. the axehead would belong ; 0 the peri'Kl between the last and last but one lea age. and denoted a much higher level pf human development a: that time frjbn had been suspecfM. dress material and six T-ucky Strike' cigarette? Joseph said he awoke at I a.m. that morning in a terrible fright when he saw these things in his house and was no-*about to report the motti r to thr police. Next day he wal lined £100 for being in possessioti "rf smuggled goods origin of which was obviously St Tliomas be. i-ral cases ware stamped A V I Antiguan C.I D. have successfully stopped a great percentage of small smuggling this year but occasional'.." they hook a big n*h Six rases of 'Uirkies' Is e to 00.000 cigarette? which are usual! v purchased at V per packet of ao in the Military Canteens and they are retailed at not leas than 40c. per packet Archbishop Of Prague Gaoled VATICAN CITY. Oct 27 Vatican radio to-night quoted Czechoslovak refugees as saying that Cnrdinai Josef Beran, Archbishop of Prague, was no lunge: <>ner by 'ommunwUj in t-.is palace. He eras believed to have bean transferred to I Prague —Heater. Sailors Strike On Sujrur Ship HIO l>E JANEIKfi. Oci, 27. The Rr-zllian News Agenry Asaprcas i (1 a despatch said today that the crew of the Panamanian ship Kjnta f'alli which is in port loailm, su^ar fur Formosa and Koitl. China poru went on strike tortay According to Asapress the grew rl-iims that the China scak have been nuiied by Ciammunislv refuse tu mike the trip" rebel, -Heater amnandlni *• 8K RW Nle*w"k 4nd %  ChrWsta .rps Mid today, uwi %  w !" niage was void fiom tin r. to front line report*, twit nnutning slnrt Bngluh law did 10(100 Chinese CommunUts bftj "*' rcugnise polvgumv liil' the : ism into the Nortl '' % %  'houeh 'he lereK'ltean UUlt to protect the vital monv was in Arabk whkh ibc did %  |Mwer planu. not undervtnitd, he • He saiil the> anf taknift part ,.(„. had .i hill knowledge ul 1U n the fighting l tnsaii. tulle. mlygani'Miharactcr. '''' fnatuer, Mr ni^k was Ml I Smith Kureiins intended U ri|i,„„ | hl „ hl 0UI „, m ,, ih t are ihear rtfrt"** %  }'•">" g* „„. iim hut In bcl ha had Dm peitleislarly Ihs Suifci dan. whuh „„ f ,„ ri ,„ lv „,,, V[ ti u rwmps^wwloSlhersiaiweirui*^ 1 Mjniliurth and Korea, he added This dam, 40 triks ui*U ntung on Uw M.ivhuriiii side of Ihe river was btiill l>> thi IB3T, with wilehei on the Korean side III loss would 'I M %  lun uties of Daiieu and Mukden ft rean anth-irities have begun to enlist mvrvist* brisetn. m aga ol II .ml 41 -icordlw tu Pilagn Hditto lodi). Ileseivi'l' vi ardered la miller by Oclobn Tfli' be "severely punished Re^tM I, ,r-1 AlvlnKhm >i' lv Ofj I'arllaireir. an mil it. im. -Keaier GILBEYS e^nishWInes — fronce Extends Military Service To 18 Moni/is E^:' 1 -:Maintain the same Hi^ StandarJcaf Quality as shipped to the Wist Indies for the past fifty years These include Light Reading For The Aged SYDNEY Finding thai li!>rarie* in stutu Institutions had been neglected for 40 years, the New South Wale* Koveriirr>oM launched a aoovered 80-yearold inmates c* theNVwtiigtoa Care fo Sick Rones at Sea Army); The Th Aecountaney; and Improve Your Salesmanship (1890). -Renter Buriedf 3,500 Yean DUBLIN Oct IT Local ^rchaeologui be t ported Boding a burial plan repudlateo to be 3.MH) years t.ld It was uncovered In Ihe Countv of Meat;•bout 20 ralhe frw Dublin St.ip! W.i. fur earav.ited were uld to be similar to pieerg found In Spain and the findings are sssociautd with megalithlc limes in India. Ca'vad stones gpd bunr* were found PARIS. 0.' II The French National Aih<> ujoilo-dly .^.proved Ihe Covetlur.ent be severely purM | pareafaeaaiail t-* prolong military HV %  [vice from 12 to 18 months. j Communist Deputies VOli'd >i[=liit Ihe Ooveinment'* pi" IllVllRY I INFP fiN f*l The Assembly also votafl MAIDEN VOYAGE %  May* ft" Hturalionil wawti NEW YORK. Ot: 11 mttiiiiinl.lld. Thf Rb Jariul the i*tv lo.li*. fncln i'c Hill tvan fl! nwenion *rmlU lulury Un.r am %  "nil I' %  vllW for um> \m.\ harbour welcome j ,..,.„,„ j^e, Mwh erty hrebceu and noisy salutes hM lo!a xht nunfa, ua\ l airM ii raianir un srmj >()go nteti ti| vessels u Ihi up the Plate River yesterday The Italian built liner has or* class of (usury ncrornmod alloc. for III passengers Officials of tit Argentine line said that travel "I thr Argentine lud 'eer. drsitlcaltv curtailed b< forFurth. Xrt: | 'i^rx(tuuige regulations *ed to vii-'.r' .mpoilaiiuforig... T'.e Wa JaduJ and :u:.thj. lion about life and ctNton i v. tinhi* de la Plaat are the only Latin early and middle bronv age American lines in the Inler-Ataer-Renter Mean service —neuter il raining I en by IMS -Reuler. Only 4 aa>s left la f*ji be.H fa Ibe -AaVMate" Photo Compellliua GILBEYS PORT & SIIKHRY You can enioy hem again in create! quantity &f liAlllllVEn AII!iTI\K IJ> .i.ta. Aqtnli