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The Barbados advocate

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Title:
The Barbados advocate
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Barbados advocate (Bridgetown, Barbados : 1983)
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Sunday advocate
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Bridgetown, Barbados
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Apr. 22, 1983-
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Tuesday

October

1950



Canadian FE

U.K.



‘Must Buy
More W.I. Sugar

si
e

MRS. COE GETS A







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ran oan eames

HIG ONE








| _ KING





FIVE —CENTS,

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xporters Must Boost W.I. Trade

_ |Commissioner Says In Ottawa

| No Markets Guaranteed:


| j - ° ¥ 2 *
| | GUSTAV VI Only Licenses
e y } | be
Jamaican Speaker Says In London | | ay OTTAWA, Gct. 30 '.
> +, From Our Own Cor esp ndent | S W ORN IN "THE BRITISH WEST INDIES market severely 5
‘ LONDON Oct. 30 | sein czaehcis on; tlio curtailed by dollar import restrictions wiil be z
’ . STOC CHOLM, Oct. 36 ; : an t
ME. Cc. C. CAMPBELL, Speaker of Jamaica’s: To-day for tne first time in near partially restored to Canadian exporters on Jan F
House of Assembly belicvos despite Britain's, [Sunav vivmechas he tacks | Wary 1. ‘The Trade Department announced on
assurances—that the sugar industry of the Wes throne of Sweden, Colourful but} Monday that through the dollar li deralization
y est | ;
| Indies will be severely handicap ed by the new| simple coronation rites will re- agreen € ni completed after months of negotiation,
| : ; } Dp vy | \ lieve to some extent the gloon I i : ill cut controls to alit @ tr
eement coming into force after 195 which settled over Sweden with] the B.W.I. colonies will cut : ne ;
gs , : i
i He says that the West Indies production cannot hope | on Ror ar-old King) an increased flow of Canadian goods. %
for expansion if the total guaranteed export for the Ca : iter @ poniePal ie of neusiy re On es goods pens Bence me Pom yea : ‘: \
ibbean area is limited to 900,000 tons. j vears minimum of 50 per cent. of the value of Canadian exports
: ————- 5 “I; th> next four or five To all effects and purposes hi: to the British West Indies during the period 1949-47-48
' ‘ é yiurs I anticipate West Indies son Prince Osear Frederick Wil- On other goods the minimum will be 33} per cent. or one
Immigrants To hs gg AF ee ac ee tie by helm Olaf-Gustay Adolf has beet be the peak in Canada-B.W.I. exports.
| eect eee kone Oe ce Sweden's new monarch since tha‘ third of the shipments in 1946-48 the period considered to
Tri idad Must to-day aoe — ie 1| sombre hour, but he will take the P The B.W7./
in increase production 9y =6about ‘

100,000 tons. But if we are only



royal oath in to-day’s state cere-

agrees to agé



in open

eh The n vi il be 6: ig rs to such items as apples
nony. e ew ruler wi be 6 ro "ts s é or
D - it M. ; going to be allowed a guaranteed pon November 11, Chinese 200 which ae th “ 7 er dari “
eposi + ore market for 900,000 ae cP At that time the Government 1e last few months
our exparsion schemes wi lave of Socialist Premier Tage Erlander Mil F Li in
> i s bee } ‘ . * Trade Minister Howe said: The
PORT-OF-SPAIN, Oct. 28. : be ene a ax }will resign to give the new I 1 es rom step is “particularly gratifying
Teamigranta from other British | 2Y7n# ‘0 max ume eek ae la an opportunity to ap- The way has been opened, bui
| Cari an Colonies will now have | 2titein while lave be her noint his own He will probably (nergetic sales efforts by Cana
| to deposit a sum of money sufti-| M*. Campbell has also been

cient to cover the cost of repatria-

conducting private campaign to
I

re-appoint the same Government

Tibet Capital








c exporters will still ke requ
a ae Mey The new Queen, British-born to ensure that full advantage
tion instead of the $100.00 previ- oy and Se Gee et | | Louise, is the monarch’s second NEW DELHI, Oct, 30 iaken of opportunities provided
| ously Specified by regulations, Ta Saat Indies, He rs aan | wife She is a sister of Ear! Chinese troops driving — int« Under the dollar liberalizatic
| A resolution to this effect moved Ms . oe Mil eninee farmer fo | | Mountbatten and a great grand-| Tibet were reported today to be jagreement developed under thx %
| by Colonial Beccstsay pagok eo eee Taiiion dads ales toner daughter of Queen Victoria . ie Pgs a 10 miles from | approving eye of former Ch in-
tenison was accepted by the New | © ra 7 ; ‘. asa, the capita cellor of the British Exchequer
Legislature at the first business| Leonard Lyle and he told me that The new Crown Prince is ;
he bad re. eived from Sir Leonard !

meeting on Friday afternoon after
a Butlerite amendment by Ash-
ford and Sinanan was defeated by
16 votes to eight.

assurance: of assistance to bring |
about improvements. |
On November 7, Mr. Campbe!!



londe curly-haired four year old
| boy—little Prince Carl “Gustav
His father, the new ruler’s eldest

After abandoning tw >
1¢ Tibetans hed {ale
Pembago about 2 mile

outpos|
*)

back on
up in the



Sir Stafford Cripps, the B.W.I
colonies will also ease restric-
tions to imports from the United
States,

Son died in a plane crash in 1947,| Himalayas where fignting was now Colonies. concerne nes nat
Eight new members took ad-| leaves London to return to! The hody of Gustav V lay in taking place aecoraing to infor noe gonpeenad le at
vantage of the occasion to make | Jamaica via New York. i Drottningholm Palace where he mation ere me India ey ana, British Honduras, the Lee
maiden speeches while Butler’s ages iets | died, His democratic rule has been | CTomen (I ong Kong re oo ward Islands, the ‘Windward
Chief Lieutenant and iegal ad- one of the longest in Europe anc a oe on es Eee aet ane Islands and the Bahamas
viser Mitra Sinanan kept rising 7S ante i \ the longest in Swedish history, aaa ; Sa Sythe ;
regularly on points of order quot- \ ene Stude nts Union He had sufferg4 making for Lhasa end the othe;

ing from the standing orders
“Chief servant” Uriah Buzz
Butler was himself loudly cheered
by spectaters after a long maiden
speech calling for “freedom of

Will Be Backed |
In Bid For 4.Q.



/

from chronic
bronchial catarrh for several years
| and last week took a sudden turn
|for the worse. The date of his
funeral will be set by his heir and

for Shigatse, further west

They numberest 09,000 led by
the one-eyed Gene oul, Liu Pohy
Cheng, Commander of the Chinese

Canada Shipped
$67,000,000 1946-8

During 1946.48 the base years
for calculating the extent of im-





ei : t | THIS TALL FISH caught on August 17th, 1950, off Watch Hill, Rhode Island was hooked and boated will han move after 10 days, but Sepend Field Arm, ' ee 5 : Sand in ee

movement” in view of “preoccu- | rs. Colles J. Coe who earlier this year presented ti tition of electricity consumers to the Gov- not later than 12, an official an- ans regrouping themselves | Shipped ab.u! $67,000, worth

pation with the federation of the IN LONDON | ae Poles : ” , re ee " ¥ nouncement said after feeble first strugzle wee of goods to the B.W.I,—about four

Caribbean ‘area (From Our Own Correspondent) | The fish which Mrs. Coe is touching with her right hand is a 660 pound giant blue fin tuna. —Can. Press. Sati senses to be stiffening ea a Big Sects
The new regulations demand LONDON, Oct., 30. Mrs. Coe’s tuna is just 4 Ibs. shy of the Women’s Middle Atlantic record, id ; reels , Through the 25 wine ont

bs en see of ag The West Indian Students Union| 4 o.+4 ¢rom Mrs. Coe yesterday says she is due back on 11th November and glad to get back. {

iting a .00 as is the case for

persons from other West Indian
islands and British Guiana, and
$250.00 as is the case for persons
from overseas as provided in the

cover the cost of their repatria-
tion.













will receive strong backing from |
Trinidad’s Financial Secretary
A. W. R. Robertson in their bid |
to obtain a permanent head-
quarters here in London, when

Headquarters has long been a

handicap to West Indian students

















Blinded By

(From Our Own Correspondent)

































TOKYO, Oct. 30,







—— | King George VI
‘BRITISH TROOPS 60 MILES|

Opens Parliament

LONDON, Oct, 30
King George VI will to-morrow







Only 5 Miles A Day

The Chinese advance averaging
mly 5 miles a day through the
nountains was expected to be

fe Chinese’ met
»pposition,

no determined







port

business in
Canada





cutback in dollar imports order-
ed by the British Government
last year and through other im-
curtailments, the B.W.1.
pradually clamped down on im-

e D ‘ome slower still. Raperis indi- porta’ fon Canada
previous regulations, shall in|he returns to the colony in De- e : vated it would take at least a ts t ‘ { ee
~ Aiture make a deposit o: execute | cember. Ug fning WEL , a TODAY nonth to reach Lhasa, even if] Thus from a $67,000,000 expo.
a bond for an amount sufficient to Inability to “find a permanent

the 1946-48 period,
found her shipments to













‘hi . irre ars|‘he B.WI. dwindling to about
is -OF- IN, Oct, 27 ae : N . ; attankee {Open the second session of the{ Chinese regulars and irregulars | \! ?
The Opposition was led by|who do not have the same advan- 4 ean bili on sag hae stitch- British troops fighting off stubborn counter-attacks British Parliament elected last] ‘rouped into “liberation units, | $30,000,000 in 1950.
Mitra Sinanan on the grounds] tages as students from Africa, indie shit whan thew wens « fash moved steadily up the coastal road to-day towards Sinuiju | Fébruarv ‘aptured Lho Dzong, 250 miles . 7 er he West Indie
that. the Eew Sep Aatines Bave 10 mare Bod other Pe a ckcaeiae f lightning which completely emporary Communist capital in northwest Korea. Seated on the throne in the rom Lhasa on Soe Gan ie masiouiee Wenyaies «Siar hta aca
“ re bee st fav ably . sebie nak ae > 5 . . Migs. ok or > nl nto S, i 1g i
Authorities. co hes with the ‘Sorkin of the| blinded me. I aa renee After capturing Chongju they were last reported ab nut aoe haa Prinenst mete ert Tibet was reported, Canadian items as _ sardines,
Butler and Aubrey ‘James|West Indian Students Union since gn ye weet ee could} © miles from the capital, the present focal point of ihe him, the King will read a speech ; apples, other fruits and some
“supporting” wanted all restric- I have been here,” Mr. Robertson ny eis rc akin dighsers cla Mr.| Korean war at the mouth of the great Yalu River. South —prepared by his Cabinet “eh J hy Sele aince _ wine, paper products ee es =
tions to the free flow of immi-|told me today, “and I feel they |.’ nur Bennett, of Belmont, Port-| Korean sixth and eighth divisions battled grimly in Ongjong |nouncing the legislative DiO- | Minctaee eadatem soure oF Flea | petra tetas 3, 88 MeritES eld
grants from the British Caribbean | qoeseryve financial backing from Ses : ightni truck z Pies ik , : , kth oat aes © for th si Hibetan caravan , 9 mires) pers. Consultations wei rel:
removed. : “st Indies to enable them|2f-Spain, when lightning struc and Unsan area some 50 miles further inland a ist stiffen- | gramme for the session, urther west, with the British Government and 7
: the West Indies to enable them |i; house and uprooted the floor- ing defe This will include a measure to] ‘The advancing army appeared | i), ate vat the B.W.1
Brother Ashford moved an to obtain the premises they need. ; sate ae 8 ence, ; es e g f it was poitted out that the B
amendment urging adjournment On ‘shall press the point strongly |'n8 during a thunderstorm last |)}——S———- es — North Korean leaders today or- |"4tionalise the water supplies, afto have their main base at Chambx traditionally: provided the _ big-
of the debate to enable members when T return.” “ | Wednesday HIS EXCELLENCY the ‘dered every man and woman to nae ae _ - rt eraied oat dearer ieee minor atoenan @ on pase &
‘ ; S EB V\LLE? ; . 2 ey , a ; costa
to study the question. Mr. Bennett’s house was litter- Governor has been in battle to cheek the United Nations under which property is leased anc er en
; Pr Poa ; , ‘. . P ° “moured . ; infantry he + |@ proposal to nationalise a part of
This was supported by Ranjit ed with pieces of wood and glass. formed by Se. aa armoured and infantry hammer- | a proposa th tyon a Seeentotd. theve eee J
} Kumar and Stephen Maharaj. FISHERMEN PRAY yverything was topsy turvy ard of State dae tae inthe a ey re ee Ljocting ‘the areas entered to TELL THE ADVOCATE
| When put to the vote it was {ie had to stop a fire by throwing, that His } as © LAadishat he si nui When the King’s speech has] ito sive “politieal warfare’ mob- 3 ews
| defeated, one Butlerite — Chanka IN BOATS ome water on a cloth curtain manded Patt we, mp PeCB Sa EGY reer nee tet ean delivered, members of the | ‘ising foeht inhabitants for ser- sated as Night.
| a yoting ro Government, (From Our Own Correspondent) vhich was ablaze, iat pee et for 2 weeks from October “Our fatherland faces a serious | House of Commons will walk back | ice with the “liberation army” Ring sll ne 7 Sate
av i Duval — ith ihe © a PORT-OF-SPAIN, Oct. 27 |"an_to the we ‘0 the Son the 29th for His Late threat, All North Korean young|te their newly-built chamber fd distributing pamphlets in re THE ADVOC rE
igre Nae Over 500 fishermen ‘and their |Morrison who lives is hae ith Majesty the King of men are being mobilised for the | which they occupied for the firs.| Tibetan, calling on the people to PAYS FOR NEWS,
res fi families attended High Mass at the|oor of Mr. ones Weheatit Sweden. The Court wil) frontline to face the enemy. North| time on the last day of the las.} vst the regime of Dalai Lama.
i ve Cathedral of the Immaculate Con- [her 11-months old baby. eae, go out of movening on Korean women are also going to} session, ‘There Prime Reuter. iii aeetaaaalh
' | on rs é Port-of-Spain yesterday “T ‘was just about to give my son Sunda y, the 12th of |the front lines as they believe they | Clement Attlee will amplify Gov- a cea ee +
[ CPRNOR tn s OFt Eee . of}? bath when I was thrown to the November. Flags, includ- ! can do as much as the men.” ” erie: "i A A ;
for the repose of the souls of gs, includ : ernment’s programme and the five E
B W k O fehae tock ‘Hilary Taitt, Gilbert |"tound on my back. Someone ing those at Flag Stations On the east coast 27,000 men of | day debate will begin.
| eee orkers n ees ipsa "Reynold Mayers city |"ushed to the room and picked will be half masted on the the Seventh United States Infan-| “Anthony Eden Deputy Consere
ee | Wilson and Reynold i it to sea}me up. I looked for my baby day of the funeral. the try Division continued to land un- vative Opposition Leader, is likely
14. Day Strike Pra ae bese coe sing since "ext." At the Hymore Recreation date of which is not yet yopposed at Iwon sixty miles from) |° speak, leaving his chief Win-
. and nave been eee nated (Club. in Belmont a Rediffusion . ° , Mancharia. Landing began yes-]‘ Speak, (ee ee 7
i (From Our Own Correspondent) ae its) play was suspected box was smashed, known. terday from 50 ships. It included iene ot the donee ak at a later
I GEORGETOWN, Oct, 30, | bY the police | South Koreans ste
; , Page! > 2 evening ombers ies arines . —Renter. |
Guian: dustria r rs In the late evening, eet : ; ' American marines and equip- |
Union deciiod totlay te oe alof the clergy and Honourable . E Tibet Wants ment were also streaming ashore
general strike for 14 days|members of the Legi: aasive c me ry! 111 Prisoners scape _at Wonsan, 90 miles to the south Mi. ° Ss ° tist A GOOD
h he s r industry as| cil, including Honour able Sete c “ “eme f * 95 ‘in an amphibious fleet commanded (ssw; cten
from 6.00 am, tomorrow (Tues: | Wight, H hmank Quevee In Puerto Rico ‘Diplomatic UY che ‘British motioe "resco eie: a, d |
i F ) able taymonc uevedo | The British marine reconnais-
day). Honourab a Sa aaa Binvih aE | i . | ul rreste
stri an sdj/and others went out to sea in SAN JUAN, Puerto Rico, } 5 ance unit which landed on Cho
hig thedna oe my eee fishing boats where prayers were oy, 30 t| Help From India Island off the west coast of Korea GOETTINGER, Oct. 30 mam
eee wea Pee aeons ae > souls. oF > fisherme: >olice ay recaptured 52 o a sof und that the Cx st garri- 30E JER, Oct.
to TSSOPEES the pele Mets y oe tare raters NGaak tos tak we ee cone Whorbecaped hers | mn, ,, NEW DELHI, Oct. 30. aoe ae son, “General “Mac Dr, Walter Zimmermann, Ger- REPUTATION
a bargaining agent for SORESES, ie Et r fishermen, Several|yesterday with guns and ammu-|_ Tibet's approach to India last) Arthur's headquarters announced|man rocket and radar expert '
fi h reas f zes.jfor all othe fishermen, : j ek ras ft “ I - 7
also for the increase of wages. | rreaths were thrown into the sea{nition from a prison arsenal, j week, was for “diplomatic help"laoday, Cho Island is about 60] missing for several weeks is to rs
Work will be resumed aster tent ihe " yrocession then headed| It was the worst gaol break in|® Press Trust India Diplomatic] miles southwest of Pyongyang.|be charged with embezzlement South Afric
days, hut should Rrodycers icon back to ‘ sioxe where Father|Puerto Rican history. Over 300 correspondent wrote to-day. An United Nations have dropped|from the German State Govern- Beandy_
jnterusintns Seles Sana tation “a llivan addressed the large|policemen with jeeps are hunting |!9dian External Affairs Ministry] more than 100 million “psycholo~| ment of Lower Saxony, an Allied I"
insermiitent strike willbe called "O'leyilivan . addressec ; he fugitives.—Reuter |Spokesman told the correspondent] gical warfare” leaflets over Korea| official said here today, Dr, Zim- ee
until demands are granted. orcs. ’ . |that several communications had|gince the campaign began, it was|mermann whose disappearance | |
er i < | Passed between the Tibetan and}announced here today. Leaflets|jed to rumours that the Russians
COMPLETELY MASHED |Indian Governments recently and surrender appeals broadcast|/had kidnapped him was arrested
Ga - The latest one received last} to isolated Communist pockets of}on Saturday at Menden in the
a . ome | week-end after the Chinese in-4 resistance were now bringing in| British Zone.
sf * : a ions only asked India to use} a rich harvest in prisoners. Presi- He had been advanced money "
j her aries offices ~ helping Ti-{ dent Syngman Rhee ste 9 es by the Lower Saxony Government F
; jock to tide over “the crisis’ re-[ that his government could not. be for private enterprise, an official mee ; weniene tes w err rp ¥
| }sulting from the invasion, bound by “programmes made ia” ’ : WHETHER AS A RESULT OF Si RAIGHT :
i Referring to reports of Tibet's without reference to it or to the DEALINGS WITH OUR FELLOW MEN. RELIANCE x
| |fequest that India should spon-] citjzens of Korea.’ He was re-| Dr Zimmermann worked as an ON ONE’S WORD OR WHETHER THE QUALITY
sor her case in the United Na-] ferring to the Korean Commis-| electronic specialist at a high . SEAttTATe OFFERED TO THE PUBLIC °S
sions the spokesman said that sion’s resolution to bar the/frequency plant in Goettingen, OF PRODUCTS 0 lator’ Pinte & \ ‘OR T Mi ;
India’ was not going to take the! southern regime from northern the British Zone’s atomic research EXACTLY AS THE SUPPLIERS CLAIM FOR THEM. §
case to the Security Council, territory until elections could be-|centre near the Soviet border. F
She was still awaiting a reply} gin. The President hoped such He fled to the West from a :
the protest lodged in Peking elections would be held as soon|Soviet controlled East German oe
t week, the spokesman added. | as possible scientific research establishment
— Reuter His government would cooperate | jn 1°48 —Reuter. e e -
: : um with the United Nations in a
F ing and rehabilitating the country, ARE PROUD OF THE EXCELLENT REPUTATION
j 7 » adde har osha pene . THT wy ath
Walcott May ce —reuter | State Of Emergentey ||} ®NJOYED THROUGHOUT THE WORLD BY THEIR
| | Go To U.S.A ; FINE PRODUCTS.
| . . . } » *
; rali lwaymen In Jamaica i ck aaa. ca
1 | A aeiegation trom the British| Australian 0 y J “NOTHING BUT THE PRODUCT OF THE
, | West Indies is going to the United Strike hs Our Own Correspondent) “GRAPE ENTERS INTO THE PREPARATION
States with a view to fostering 2 Oct. 30. INGSTON, October 30. “un 7 ieee
. | the employment of West Indians Trains eee es pak Following recent political OF K.W.V. WINES”.
iy there, tends States stopped to-day| Unrest and mob violence between ees oe i a
Lee eeeeenon will be repiee lt 14 hours te support railway-| members of the People’s Na GREAT CARE IS EXERCISED BY K.W.V. WINE
rentat' ve n the Easte Cpe ore trike’ in | tiong % i > Jamaiec: ‘SES RIG: My CHEDEN AT TU WINR Top t
[) | Western British Corithes anga| men ‘yho have been on strike’ in Labour Patty 1a tae, Jamaica |! EXPERTS TO SEE THAT THE WINE STORED IN
j under the leadership of Sir| Victoria for 16 deys and in South | (noour Satty in, Kingston, Act-|l| ‘HE K.W.V. CELLARS AND THEN BOTT! BD FOR
4 + ra oom * . . trp] r eis days allway- > > - - rs —“— . rT 1 y ~ ‘ TTAT YTV N
j | George Seel, K.C.M.G., Comp-j Australia for eight days we 5 os MacGillivray today proclaimed|{} EXPORT MAINTAIN THE HIGH QI ALITY ON
: troller for Development . and|men in Western Austra * “ a state of emergency in the|}} WHICH K.W.V. REPUTASION IS BUILT
Welfare in the West Indie { fused to join the 24 — Stal ecrporate area banning all yur :
If the Government of the —Ke é ; :
: : marches, public meetings, pro- nm wn y
caer ‘Brith West Indian er ‘thin "the compere | YOU CANNOT GET BETTER
a ac oad ‘ j cessions, within he corporate , 4 4
— cance. it oa ~ Wiig sor + v| Only 1 day left to win jarea for a month Recently,
ge ee a 7 : . “etings were held in the a t
: 1 be represented by Mr. F. L.| ae F a is | when meetings wer
THIS MOTOR CAR, M.797, was completely smashed at Black Rock at about %45 o’clock on Sunday Ww scott ; MC Pp se he ratty 10 | $59.00 in the Advocate | corporate area either party ve WINES THAN e ~ e
S MO’ amb, BE-SO8, r F akneaaail ; nd w eing ve enjami Walcott of nein Pndietlit ie. mo g ‘ ‘ stoned and adjacent homes attack-
night ie is owned bs J. D. Doug!» of Country Road and was beir driven by Benjamin Wa i pero Sota aenes Mr Zs sca Photo Competition. led by ng i while Police had to| a
Gap. Black Rock. : surrowes, W accompany tl fon : | ate ———
5 The att struck the guardw all of the Nightengale Home. The gate of the Mental Hospital can! delegation as Adviser, | 'Tesort to the use of tear gas. - | = — ——



be seen in thapackground,











PAGE TWO



Carib Calli



Glad To Be Back

R. and Mrs, William Moiley

BARBADOS ADVOCATE





returned from England by Prices of Vegetable Mar-
the “Cottica” yesterday. They ey and Pumpkin when the
have been away for about four dvocate checked yesterday
months. Mr. Morley who is Chief { were as fellows:—

Engineer of the Barbados Elec- | per tb.
ric Supply Corpn’s Power Sta- Yeouteite Marrow; Ge.
tion was on long leave. mypkin: Be.

During their stay in England
they saw their son Neville and
Mrs. Morley’s
their car they went all over the

ley told Carib they were very
glad to be back.
England And France
ISS JEANETTE GODDARD,
eldest daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Cecil Goddard of ‘Kenning-
ton,’ George Street, Belleville re-

parents. Havin; ,

countryside. However Mrs, Mor-





| Housewives’
| ‘Guide

1.15 p.m, Radio Newsreel; 1.30
turned to Barbados on Sunday by Tip Top Tunes; 2 © pam the Nee
B.W.LA. ti e: me ee Frew Britain;

oe iB . Sports eview; 30 p.m
- Miss Goddard has been away Google Withers; 3.50 p.m. Interlude;
since the middle of June during 4.00 p.m. The News; 4.10 p.m. The
which time she has visited Eng- Service; 4.15 p.m, B.B.C
land and France with her orale Northern Orchestra; 4.30 p.m. The
and ¢ Choirboys Festivai: 5.00 p.m. Piano
and aunt Mr. and Mrs. Conor — § 3 pm Programme Parade:
O’Connor, who incidentally are = Be ewh Magazine; 6.00 p.m

: Letter From London; 6.15 new] | Your hair will be

stil in England. She also spest Records; 7.60 p “We The Wine: Th
some time in Trinidad before she p.m. News Analysis 7.15 p.m. West





handsomer by far

|
:
lett, for her holiday, and also oo: | me pete ee Bas, See
She was accompanied from 820 am aie” ae aheon: when you treat it te
Trinidad by her aunt Mrs, Eileen es me BB & Midland Diktt Orchestre: °5"30 ine’
O’Cenner, who is Mrs. Goddard's “ po Soa pm. Meet ‘The Commonwealth, 10.0 ‘Vaseline’ Hair Tonic,|
is r ‘3; r
"Here For 6 Weeks 0 ee Naren ton Cae OE. ee ae ioe te his| duet use 9 few drops
holiday yesterday by the “Cottica. p.m. Close Down

R. and Mrs. Gerald de Freitas









a day... then see

and Mr. James Tillson ar- 2
rived from Trinidad yesterday Disappointed . a the diff !
morning by B.W.I.A. Mr. de erence

Freitas and Mr. Tillson are Trav-
elling Auditors of the Singer Sew-
ing Machine Co., and expect to
be here for about six weeks. This

is Mr. Tillson's first visit to Bar- ‘tempted to buy curios at th WO De
bados, Mr.de Freitas is a frequent Tourist Centre. According to ao er tO TeATOREA nent SRURSDAY — 5 & 8.20 P.M.

visitor They

Marine Hotel

are staying at the







SaaS passengers
riving on board the “Colom-
bie” in Trinidad came u»
against a hitch when they a:-

ar-

Trinidad law the pound sterlin:
is not legal tender in the Island

PLAZA Thea

LAST TWO SHOWS oe
“BRIDE FOR SALE” & “SAVAGE SPLENDOR” (Technicolor)

wo RES:
“TARZAN AND



—BRIDG

& 8.30 P.M.

THE MERMAIDS” and



ETOWN



° ‘ 7 Tim Hott in “MYSTERIOUS DESPERADO” (RKO)
and this meant that the passen-
MR. AND MRS. IAN GALE were among the passengers who arrived Intransit 2 rye ge A gsc rege a =
from England yesterday by the “Cottica”. AND MRS. ROBERT ee a sg = SPECIAL MATINEE THURSDAY — 2 P.M. (Monogr TEAEe stank

They are pictured here shortly after they landed at the Baggage
Warehouse, with their two Boxer dogs.

These dogs are the same breed as the two which John Goddard St. Vincent the S.S. “Fort ;
brought ont with him when he returned from the W.I. Cricket tour Teuadcema ” cae left port al great disappointment. ae
of England. Saturday. - L
/ i eft On Sunday
ON. H. A. CUKE, ¢.B.E., who Mr. Millar is in charge of the Theatre = OISTIN

returned from Grenada
Friday, left on

on
Sunday morning
by B.W.1A. for Jamaica, to at-

i sir baby s rian. M* . pany ‘

tend the Annual General Meet- Gale is the won oo Me. fs x Back From the U.S.A. with Mr. aad Mrs. A, de K. Framp- TWO EXCITING THRILLERS tee: ron te
ing of the B.W.1. Sugar Associa- Gale, Editor of the Barbados R. and Mrs, Clifton Wright,, ton in Navy Gardens. Robert Louis Stevenson's Johnny Mack BROWN in
tion. He was accompanied by Advocate and Mrs Gale. He will of “Dalmeny,” Pine Hill, re- Mona is with the Royal Bank of “KIDNAPPED” with and “PRAIRIE EXPRESS”
Mr. T. O. Dowding. They will be joining the Editorial Staff of turned from the United States by | Canada in Port-of-Spain. Roddy McDOWALL
Fag ee eats the “Advocate’ as an Assistant the “Lady Rodney” yesterdav/) MIDNITE MATINEE (Saturday 4th) 2 BIG THRILLERS ! |

e e i morning. ‘“ ”
tiie: Aabncledinn. Editor. CROSSWORD Johnny Weissmuller in “TARZAN AND THE MERMAIDS

They are expected to return
this afternoon along with the
other delegates.

Guests Of Honour
OHN GODDARD, Everton

Arrived Yesterday

M* and Mrs. Ian Gale arrived
yesterday by the “Cottica”

Back From U.K. Visit

RS. MAUDE ELGEE of Max
well Great House, Chris)
Church, who has been away since

M*

MILLAR of Trinidad, were
intransit passengers on Friday for

Shipping Department of the Fur-
ness Withy Steamship Company
in Trinidad.

Samson Premiere
ores one hundred people,

including Bishop Hughes,
other members of the Clergy
the Director of Education Mr.
Glindeon Reed, Mrs, Reed, Head -





changed before they cou'd buy

ISS MONA PRADA also re-
turned to Trinidad over th:
week-end after spending g hoiidss










AS as ge Oe ws



——

Ce





and Tim Holt in “MYSTERIOUS

Johnny Mack Brown in “CROSSED TRAILS”
and Jimmy Wakely in “PARTNERS OF THE TRAIL”

LAST TWO SHOWS TODAY 5 & 8.30 p.m.
“HARD BOILED MAHONEY” and “INCIDENT”

GAWETY (1s Gardsa) St. James



DESPERADO”







Weekes, Clyde Walcott and June, returned from Englan? masters and teachers from the LAST SHOW TONITE (Warner's Double) 8.30
Roy Marshall will be the guests of yesterday by the “Cottica, various scheols of the island “ROAD GANG” and “CRIME SCHOOL”—Humphrey Bogart
honour at_a Party to be given by R * F U.K attended the premiere of the film a
Spartan Club to-morrow after- eturning From U.K. “Samson and Delilah,” at the WEDNESDAY & THURSDAY —4.30 (Special Midweek Engagement)
noon at 5.30 o'clock at the Club's Holiday Plaza Theatre, Bridgetown yes- WARNER BROS, Presents - - - -
Pavilion, Queen’s Park. Spartan terday. This film opens at this Ronald REAGAN — Alexis SMITH — Zachary SCOTT in

members will no doubt turn out
in force to honour the Barbadian
members of the 1950 West Indies

NTRANSIT to British Guiana on
the “Cottica” yesterday was

theatre on Friday,
Carib was among the crowd

j
anything. Many of them show



“STALLION ROAD”

(From the Novel by Steven Longstreet)





















VASELINE ie the registered trade mark



TUESDAY, OCTOBER 31, 1950





























Gricket Team Mrs, Clement Bettencourt-Gomes who thoroughly enjoyed, what
: She has been on holiday in Eng- must surely be Cecil B. de Mille’s a , eeps
urned Over The land and is now returning home. masterpiece. { * vine eae oe ce
Week-end die teal eet tn: ek eee alan AQUATIC CLUB CINEMA (Members Only) condition. It is so simple
ON, J. D. CHANDLER, M.L.c. “have littie account with promis- to use. After — washin
and Mrs, Chandler returned sory notes. ) * TONIGHT at 8.30 (, baby. GENTLY RU
ra ibe cial er esis aga ‘s %. Plead for a tin decree. (> BOB HOPE — RHONDA FLEMING ‘Mentholatum’ into the skin ae
-end by ¥. A night sound tn Norse. (5) in “THE GREAT LOVER” : s. Thi oe
B.W.LA., just in time for the 10. Surely Lems looking wooden. (4) m - and around the legs. is ion
November races, Mr. Chandler 13 Qopta for qpera, (0) \ A Paramount Pieture gaat protects and comforts the
' . 17. This is ¢ short surplice, (6) ———— Sear ast eer erenetie serine tba in ¢ 5 ; a
was in Canada with Mr. Adams 18 Honest it begins and ends fitty- || WEDNESDAY at 5 & 8.30 p.m. — THURSDAY NIGHT at 4,30 skin and prevents soreness -_
Sir John Sai ‘ fifty. (4) I BARBARA STANWYCK — BURT LANCASTER and chafing. Babies love Let ‘!
and Sir n Saint, as a member iy Could be a oleet. (5) ‘ in “SORRY WRONG NUMBER” the soothing, cooling effect
of the Fancy Molasses Enquiry wii rag A og A Paramount Picture of ‘Mentholatum’. Quick— 4)
Commission, He remained on & box. (7) 2, Flag. (8) |) ” iam inhale sie get a jar or tin to-day. sarap Ris
pie od sooating onc Visiel So 23. Alternative piece of faraae 90). 0" gene ea aeapeaenteeh scseomess —_——
.S. They returned via Trinidad. Down 7
Back From Long Leave i Cail aps mental picture. (9) +
i th .
ETURNING to Barbados ove: Re a6 grab n: (MPIRE ROYAL
the week-end were Mr, and 4. Progress towards & climes, ()
Mrs. Willie Hughes. They arrived 5 It's not thi hould see. (3) Mr Weert . * Last Two Shows To-day
by the “Fort Townshend.” Mr. i. 4 “ueetotaler "needs notiaiag to re Gin eee 4.30 and 8.30 ASK FOR REAL
Hughes who is one of the At- & Raise somebody's spirite’ (5) : 7 ‘ ‘ MEN-THO-LAY-TUM
torney’s of Messrs William Fog- \1, It may be @ tangled mass. (3) ys coteensininscranen
arty Ltd., has been on long leav: '2 Qould be last. (4 Willis niditenadines ae
3 ” s H ave 14 You'll agree 6 Down 1s this, (4) illiam Shakespeare's John LODER in
= so ae. . sone +8 re, ¥% phe sae ene é “THE WOMAN WHO
e: Tip home took them via a1. kves
the United States. 21. kvery partnership has it. (3) “ ”
Solution of vesterday's Duzzle.——Across: M TH ”
th The Royal Bank ae ee reece ty ARE ott ACBE CAME BACK
M* and Mrs, James Browne V1 Heim: “20. ‘Ena wh. Limit: pen:
arrived from Trinidad yes- Reverie; 3, Gri ; Enaibissta ke es Starring : AND Made ey,
terday morning by B.W.LA. They Samra: Tee ee te: TEMG IS. The Mentholatum Co. Ltd.,
eupect to be here for about eee 18. Deut Orson WELLS “], AKER PLACID: (Est. 1889) Slough, England.
wee| and are staying with rela-
tives in Rockley. . i SSSSOOS OSS SPSSO “% Introducing : es
Mr. Browne is with the Royal A SECTION of the audience who attended the premiere of SERENADE
Bank of Canada in B.G. the film Samson and Delilah at the Bridgetown Plaza yesterday. Jeanette NOLAN ( ‘LOBE THEATRE
MAKE A Starring :
— with
BY THE WAY By Beachcombe vm onemany «fe taisrox_ | teday 500 ant 8 — at Sho
yy beachcomoer DATE FOR Te me ' ”
“é
les Statics. OLYMPIC ONE WOMAN'S STORY
Will anyone let country ‘house “Yes,” he said, “and he’s bringing front happens to catch a glimpse ot ’
feer village to sahib and wife? the burra surveyor with him.” ' that well-known sportswoman’: 9 " Fo aie ‘ow
Tae ot XXX. — Personal Silently she took his hand hot, red face, set on that grea HALL W EN!" eo her . To-morrow and Thursday, 4.45 and 8.30
column, Somewnes . outside in the velvet bull neck, peering over his should- Republic Whole Serial "
OMEWHERE down in darkest >Urrey nig it a drum beat, er, then the person in front coulc 44 SLAVE GIRL
s) Surrey the sahib crossed the Don’t Look Round Now nes a od — responsible for ROXY “KING OF THE FOREST
; ne ; aq bis or her action F
ogtune and opened the door of QOME magistrates decided last hd ited deisel : ating 44 RANGERS ” YVONNE DE CARLO and GEO. BRENT
Nook.” Flinging his hat on week that the person on the one 4 h that twice the Last Two Shows To-day
to a chota-peg in the hall he called back of a tandem bicycle was Tala dinetigus’ reende’ Won ac 4.30 and 8.15 bare AND
urgently for the mem sahib. The equally responsible with the perso, V° Keg vel re =nwoee: oe Sete Starring :
drums are beating in the village in front smashed by just eugh «happy Larry THOMPSON ‘ "
tonight,” he said quietly. ‘Per- acniveut Colurabia Whole Serial . Helen TALBOT ‘SMASH-UP
en ~ answered, “it means : We, on the other hand, main- Mrs. Acroyde And
e egg allocation has arrived.” ain that if the person on the back T was after studyin Mrs. Anthony WARDE dis
There was silence, “And is the seat is Mrs, Acroyde, and the Kavkedion Cisae teas “WHITE ai Me ene Lee BOWMAN Susan HAYWARD
bamecustiy coming to tiffin?” She person in front has one of those moments that one of our elde: Friday Night 3rd at 8.30
she ie eo Ph mk dete ooking-glasses on the han- statesmen made the celebrated re- ” MADAM O'LIND¥ AND
coh cs = ossed his khit- dlebars that enables him to see mark, “Roll up that map—we shal! OUPE
utgar on to the sofa and smiled. backwards, and if the person in not need it again in our time.” In C
Starring Buck JONES “CARACAS NIGHT” N O T | E







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TUESDAY, OCTOBER 31, 1950

HARBOUR L0G | Think!

—it may be one of you |

In Carlisle Bay
M.

i, MV,
thy A. H. Vansi
Sr ok.

ARRIVALS
8.9. Cottiea, 2.300 tons net,
Bui from Amsterdam.

4 c. L. M. Tannis, 41 tons net.
Caps Pannis, from Trinidad via.. St
Enterprise S. 66 tons net,
from Tobago
"Ortac, 58 tons net, Capt

Gui

Bri ‘
k, 58 tons net,
, from Trinidad

. ch. Eman-

me; Seh
tor, Sch. Timo-
Sch. Cyril E.

Seh.
uel C.

Capt.







DEPARTURES.
Uni' Lis aay S. 47 tons
for St. Lucia.
ita H. 51 tons net, Capt
. for British Guiana.
Rosarene, 60 tons net, Capt.
for British Guiana.
Rufina, 1,856 tons net, Capt.
St. Kitts.
2,300 tons net, Capt
for PrNRRIV
by the S.S
were — Dover Mr. and
. , Mrs. . Elgee, Mr. gna
* Jan Gale ane baby, Mr. L. N.
johnston

leaving y the §.S.
Trinidad Gerline
ards, Ruby

a

mn, loria Edw:

Elkins Pearce, Hugh Pearce
Pearce, ce, bert
5 Pierce, Hyacinth ja
le, Leotta Pierce, Hyacinth King.

\Najiban, Etta oung, Violet
ve, E. M. Lashley. For Pera-

__““archibald Shields, C Me

EB
Ip Touch With Barbados
Coast Station

Indies) Ltd.

that they can now communicate

with the following ships through their
B los Coast Station:

.S. Linga, M.V. i, 8.3.

® s.8. Dolores, 5.5. Rufi A., 8.*-

bie, s.s. Northern Lights, 5.5. Dun-

9.8. Tate » og. Moxmopeen ees,

- 8.8. . .

es, ; Giudad De

s.s. S. Rosa, 5.8. iva,
Southern Harvester, s.s. Argentipa,
3.3. , #8











Hera, 5.5.

er, $.s. Cape Verde, s.s. Esso Syracuse,
5.8, Maracaibo, s.8, Stuf: 8.8, Dragon,
s.s. Alwaki Ww 8.5.
Rincon Hills,

aibo.

Seawell

ARRIVALS — BY B.W.1.A.L.

FROM
Adella Hall, Agatha Joseph, Claudwel!
Morris, Mrs. Estel Morris, Jack M

Jacob Bern: a
wet, "Ann Wrancis, Bileen O'Connor
Goddard, Haynes, Helen Pape.
Cornelius Elenbass, D, Jones, Millicent
m, Grace Morris, Lamon ,
J Chandler, Edith Chandler, Guy
Charbonneau, Pierretie Charbonneau,
Randolph Winchester.

Hampden FR Oa AR Date, Jack

FROM MAIQUETIA
Robertson Helga, Charles Mon
Giuseppe Bortol@edi, Maria Bortolazedi,
Pap Bailey, Robert Hall.
EPARTURES — BY B.W.1.A.L.
FOR TRINIDAD
Harold Yarde, Lawrence Vaughn,
Pacheco, Luis Pacheco, Harry Lewis, John
5 Chowleong, Grace Leechie
William Clarke, Portia Howard, Frederick
Talma, Helena Maloney, Lloyd Summers,
Marguerite Summers, Summers,
Lynn Daniel, Noel R. Whitrick,
Hubert Foster, Patrick Gibbons, Tommy
Taylor, John Coull, John O’Brien, Mary

Ann 2
FOR CANADA VIA TRINIDAD —

Jacques Le Filaguais, Patricia Le
is, Katherine Montgomery, Cecelia
Charles Butterworth, Lawrerice
. Dorothy Adams, Kobert_ Fitz-
. Mary’ Greaves, John Clarke,
Buzek, Ellen Buzek, Dorothy

Webber, Chattefton Young.

FOR VENEZUELA

James Bell, Bell, Dora Wiese,

Gertrude » Harris MeNaughton Miii-
cent McNaughton, Alice Moodley, Andrew
Greenhow, Smith.

JUAN
Rev. Thomas Aslin, Bessy Aslin, Vance
, Donald Scott, Monica Scott,
ida Daniel, Helen VS hggnee sr
Mayers, Marian Greenidge, rothy
Thempson Gertrude Tipper, Hermond::.:



CHEESE, ONIONS COME

Ninety-five cases of cheese and
250 crates of onions were landed
here yesterday among the cargo
of the Dutch passenger-freighter
“Cottica”.

Other cargo arriving by the
vessel included beer, herrings and
matches.

On board the “Cottica’’ on ar-
rival were 116 passengers, seven
of whom ianded here. It took






—And

This is how French scientists
who hope one day to make a
trip to the moon imagine the
control cabin of their rocket ship
will look.

The sketch was planned by
Dr, Alexander Ananoff, chief of
the French Space Travel Society.

The man in the centre is look-
ing through an observation



Pageant Will Show Jap W halers

100 Years’ Progress
Of Agriculture
At Industrial Exhibition

When the Agricultural Society

“| stage its hundredth Industrial Ex-

hibition at Queen’s Park on
December 6 and 7, the House
Committee will be putting on a
Pageant showing the progress of
agriculture during the last hun-
dred years, the Secretary of the
Society told the “Advocate” yes-
terday.
He said that in the

ts and
-|eheep division four vines have

been offered this year for com-
petition in all sections having
more than six entries. In this
division, pure bred sections are
now being introduced for the first
time for British Alpine and
Saanen stock.

eakes is being planned, he said.

All bakeries and persons inter-

anna ested in the art of icing had been

cireularized. Two prizes would be
offered, a first prize of $20 and a
second prize of $10.
Unfortunately the Arts and
Crafts Society did not find it pos-
sible to help this year in running
the Arts and Crafts division, but
the committee who had been
doing it before they took over,
had kindly offered their services.

Fireworks Display

The Society was plenning to
have a fireworks display tnis time,
said the Secretary. Unfortunately
an order for the fireworks placed
overseas could not be executed
but an effort was being made to
get as much as possible locally.

Plans for the holding of the
Exhibition were going well ahead

‘+but lumber was jgiving cause for

anxiety. It was hoped to get the
co-operation of the lumber yards
as in the past,

All being well, it was proposed
to start the erection of booths on
November 20.



Canada Police Handicapped
MGNTREAL.

Montreal policemen want a new

deal in uniferms. Police Sgt. Jean

Pay! Lapointe, president of the

Montreal Policemen’s Brother-

hood, says present winter over-

passengers here for Trinidad] coats are so heavy and ill-fitting

and Paramaribo. It left port aj|that it’s difficult to catch —
»

few hours after arrival.



Quick, easy way
to new

————————



FACE POWDERS





UNIS

COLD & VANISHING

suspect.

loveliness

CREAMS

LIPSTICKS

Lovely Pond’s users
and London include

THE LADY URSULA

you'd go like this!

In the Dairy and Food Products
division a special icing display on

BLANGER, MISS ANNE MORGAN, AND

window at the
moon,
camera

pictures,

Behind him

craters on

is the

motor driving the rocket ship.

the
Above him an automatic
is taking cinematograph

captain
regulating the controls of atomic

BARBADOS ADVOCATE





|

who goes to the moon |

ba |



worn when one of the . crew
wanted to go outside the rocket
—to make repairs during flight.
or to walk about on the moon's
airless surface.

You will notice how rigid the
oxygen-supplied space-suit is,
hat is so it can withstand the

The space-suit—there it is in effects of the vacuum in space

the corner on the left—would be

On 90-Day
Hunt

TOKYO, Oct. 30.

A fleet of 15 Japanese whalers

has started sailing for the Antare-

tic from Yokohama for 90 days’
hunting.

Colonel Schenck of General
MacArthur’s headquarters exten-
ded good wishes to the whalers
in a ceremony yesterday aboard
the 10,896 ton “Hashidate Maru,”
mother ship of the first fleet. On
Wednesday 18 ships, a second fleet
will follow.

A representative of MacArthur's
headquarters will again sail with
the fleet. —Reuter.

—Reuter.



Sugar Talks
Postponed

BRISTOL, Oct. 30

The London talks of the British
Sub-committee of the Interna-
tional Sugar Council due next
month have been postponed until
February, usually reliable sourees
said here today.

These sources said that the
original dates were unsuitable to
some countries attending.

The talks are preliminary to
the International Sugar Council
meeting ealled for next year.

—! r.

Diseased Wheel

BRISTOL, Eng., Oct. 30.

Police here have warned a sneak
thief that the motor car spare
wheel he has stolen is contamin-
ated with a rare and often fatal
disease.

If he has a cut or abrasion on
his hands which comes in contact



| vith the wheel he may die, the

police statement said. The disease
is one which is generally trans~
mitted to humans by rats.

The wheel was stolen from a

doctor’s car while it was parked
outside a hotel on Saturday. Pol-
ice refused to say how the wheel
became infected.

—Reuter.



in Paris, New York,
: THE LADY MARY

MANNERS. Cc




















Wires—But
Not Yet

Trials are to begin soon in
London of the first stage of a
Post Office scheme for quicker
and cheaper telegrams.

The scheme will take four to
five years to complete and will
entail complete re-organisation of
the Post Office teleprinter system

A message handed in at any
Post Office equipped with tele-
printers will, under the new

scheme be sent direct to its des~
tination office.






All the operator will have to
do will be to consult an all-
Britain directory and, by using
a code number, dial the office
required,

A Post Office spokesman said
to-day: “Preliminary stages
the introduction of the
switching system begin
month,’

Trials in London and Birming-
ham will be followed by the es-
tablishment of main centres in
Bristol, Leeds and Seay,

.E.S.

new
next



3 Million
More Cycles.
On Roads
With three million more cyclists
on Britain’s roads than in 1939,
the revival in cycling has reach-
ed its post-war peak.
This boom—which neither =a-
tion-free motoring nor the poor
summer has

illustrated in the growth in mem-
bership of the many clubs,

After Fifty Years

The Cyclists’ Touring Club—is
within a few thousand of equal-
ling the record membership in}
the boom of 1899-1900,

“Already we have added 3,500
new members to our 1949 total
of 53,000, and with new applica-
tions reaching us by the score
each day, we shall soon be reach-
ing our all-time record of 60,000”,
an official of the club said to-day.

L.E.S8.;





To-day’s Tip

uMOLENE

Let your first act on morning be
to GARGLE with a mixture
of warm water and a
little LIMOLENE

YOUD be surprised at the
PHLEGM it brings from your
throat

LIMOLENE 18 to 61c, a Bottle

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Gin
Gin
Gin

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Cordial

Bots
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Pkes. Wafer Corn Flakes
Kellogg's All Bran
Smediey’s Mixed Vegetables

Chiver's Carrots

Sliecat Beets

Lipton's French Coffee

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BARBADIAN ARTIST'S |
MEMORIAL EXHIBIT: TON |
OPENS TO-DAY

A MEMORIAL EXHIBITION of the Paintings and
Drawings of the Barbadian artist Caro Gill, opens at the
Museum to-day (Tuesday) for three weeks. The artist’s
work shows a variety of styles handled in a competent

Caro Gill was the fourth child

Mr. Archibald Gill
—and Mrs. Gill of Crieff, Strath-

{clyde. She was born the 26th

March, 1898, and was educated at

lthe Alexandra School, St. Peter,
and Grassfield Schooi, St, Mi-
hael. She early showed a talent
for painting and won many oe
|

manner,
of the late

DECISION
CONFIRMED
Had No Club Licence

The Judges of the













4t the local Industrial Agriouly
tural Exhibition.

Assistant In 1917, she went to Canada,

Court of Appeal, Mr. G. L. Tay-}jamd for four years she studied at

the Montreal Art School under
Mr. Bremner. She became friend-
ly with the French-Hungarian
artist de Belle, afterwards a Roy-

lor and Mr. J. W. B. Chenery,
yesterday confirmed the decision
S. H. Nurse, Police Mag-
istrate of District ‘E’, who im-

posed a fine of £2 10 with 3s.]3! Academician, with whom she
costs on Doyle Cardinal Hinds of]frequently went sketching. She
Garden, St. James. returned to Barbados in 1921,

and taught drawing at the High

Hinds was charged by Colonel
School, St. John's.

R. T. Michelin, Commissioner of

Police, for keeping on April 10] In 1924 she left Barbados to
last, a place of public entertain-|study in New York, As the re-
ment known as the “Fox Club’|sult of commissions executed for
at Gerden, St, James, without]? millionaire, she was now able
having previously during the|‘o travel. She visited Rome,
year obtained a suitable licence, | N&b!¢s, Florence and Milan,

where she studied the old Mas-
ters, returning through Switzer-
land to Paris where she settled
‘or some time. Here she studied

He was represented by Mr. G.
H. Adams while Mr. W. W.
Reece, K.C., Solicitor General,
prosecuted for the Crown,



at the Louvre, She returned to

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St. Lawrence until 1937. After a

or us terated short visit to England in 1987,

he once again settled in Paris,

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where she worked and gave pri-
vate lessons.

Leotta Thompson of Wavell At the outbreak of war she
Avenue was fined £8 and 2s] moved to Marseilles. where she
costs to be paid in 14 days or in} sontinued — to paint. Attempts
default one month’s imprison-] were made to send her help
ment by Mr, G, B, Griffith Acting} hrough the United States and
Magistrate of District “A”. Swiss Consuls. As a result of

She was found guilty of selling|the hardships and privations she
adulterated milk which contained] suffered during the German QOc-
11.8 per cent. of water to Sam-]>upation, she died in a hospital
pling Officer L. Harris on Sep-] it Cloissons in December, 1943,
tember 13. where the nuns had been ve"y



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Tuesday, October 31,

a
GOOD NEWS

IT is good news for Barbados that more
food and clothing, in addition to other
products, will be coming to the island
aceording to an official announcement
made yesterday.

Housewives may look forward now to
better supplies of butter, condensed milk,
eggs and apples from North America.

In the shops they can expect a wider
variety of clothing at the lowest possible
prices. Men will rejoice that seer sucker
suits will once more be obtainable. And
(an important point not to be overlooked)
tourists from Northern Countries and from
Venezuela will be offered a wider variety
of choice.

It is too early yet to say much more
about the official announcement that Great
Britain has decided to allow Canada and

ish .manufacturer to compete on equal
terms, instead of sitting back as he too
often does today behind the protection of a
United Kingdom order which virtually
says “buy goods from the United Kingdom
and sterling area first; if we cannot supply,
try the dollar area.”

In The Desert

FIRST: THE

OMENS OF

WAR

Hy Kenneth Macaulay

THE UNCENSORED STORY of the °f inescapable logic that
near-to-war tension between Jew and
;Arab cannot be cabled from Israel or

Jordan.



be cabled

NICOSIA (Cyprus).

Two armies are practising war
this morning in the narrow land
once known as Palestine. Israel
has mobilised to test her invasion
defences.

In the plains of Jordan, far from
prying eyes, the Arab Legion pre-
pares for its autumn manoeuvres
—also to test its preparedness



cs wisdom on which the sword



—

of war is suspended between Israel
and Jordan,

% =

City Harrier
It is only after visiting both
countries that one is able to ses
how strained those threads have

become.
A fortnight in Jerusalem
New City I stood looking across
100 yards of no-man’s land at the

ago







valley from the north and up along
the shores of the Dead Sea.

This would pinch out the great
Jordanian bulge (see map) con-|
taining some of the Arab king-
dom’s finest agricultural land

To the Arab, it seems a matter i
Israel |
must secure for herself a source |
of income within her own econemy.
) It is inconceivable to the Arabs

i

Before the reporter was that the people of Israel can be| ties to relinquish the wartime controls which
allowed to leave Israel his despatch dependent for ever on free gift
case was sealed by the security officer.
He then flew to Cyprus—nearest point
from which this uncensored report could

dollars from America. Or that
they will for ever be content t
put up with their present pioneer-
ing austerity,

The Arab supports this fear b,;
pointing to the resignation las!
week-end of Premier Ben-Gurion’
Socialist coalition Government,
The reason: disagreement over
economic policy.

Now look at the fabric of fear:

-.- Through The
Eyes of a Jew



|



Israel explains her defensive |



They are, of course, both right.
And both are afraid,



Nationalisation?= «A More
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j barking on a number of steps which it likes

Inflation Threat

OTTAWA.
WHILE reiusing to endorse a return to the
price-control policies it used in the Second
World War, the Canadian government is em-

to describe as “anti-inflationary.”
Since the early post-war years, when it was
under extreme pressure from opposition par-

made possible a fairly stable cost of living,
the government has repeatedly stated it does
not believe that Canadians will stand for
price control in peacetime. By this it means
control such as Canada had in the Second
World War.

The government's stand is that rising prices
cannot be stopped effectively without controls
being imposed on all phases of the economy—
trade, rents, food, raw materials, and wages.

Having made plain that it does not intend
to impose such controls in peacetime, the



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It is true that Barbados has been allowed I HAVE been much interested in illustrations of its remarkable : - :
: ; : reading the numerous letters and ; Seiplorae aa -| The epic was the arrival of the Maoris T
even during this period of preference for articles in the “Advocate” on the By Rev. F. GOODSON value, in current journals. The HE THRIFTY WILL SHOP NOW

the United Kingdom exporters endugh
dollars to obtain essential foodstuffs and
other items not obtainable in the United
Kingdom, but there has been real hardship
none-the-less.

It is a sign of hope for better understand-
ing and better relations between the
United Kingdom and the West Indies that
this concession of more trade with North
America has at last been granted. It is
too soon to say exactly what will be the
effects on the West Indies in terms of
actual trade, but it is not too early to state
categorically that there will at once* be

Public Utilities Bill, or Creation of
the “Natural Gas Corporation” to-
gether with the report of the
discussion in the House of Assem-
bly, and although the matter has
been decided—et least as far as
the Howse is responsible—I should
like to suggest that there is a bet-
ter plan, “a more excellent way”,
to use St. Paul’s famous phrase
in the introduction to his panegy-
ric on Perfect Love.

Whatever my opinion may be
worth, as a lay onlooker in such
affairs, I have never caught on to
the idea of nationalisation,
whether in its full-orbed form or
the partial measure here adopted.
Nor in Capital levies and taxes on
Company reserves put by for up-
keep and expansion: they all seem

cent issue of the Crown Colonist
in its survey of Commonwealth
and Imperial Affairs. The Over-
seas Food Corporation appointed
a Sir Leslie Plummer as its Chair-
man and Chief Executive, and
contracted with him for seven
years’ service at £5,000 a year.
Then after two and a half years
the contract had perforce to be
terminated and compensation pro-
vided for Sir Leslie to the time
of £8,000. Of course a good por-
tion of those generous amounts
would have to be returned as in-
come tax, but No! let those
who know the situation and have
created it work it to its fullest
capacity and let the State be con-
tent with the natural increase of
its share of the results.

latest story of the kind I have seen
is furnished in a recent issue of
that most valuable publication,
the Reader’s Digest, and it comes
from France.

It is designated “The Young
Employers of France”, and it tells
how some 2,500 French firms are
working by the plan, with aston-
ishingly favourable results.

Here is the principle on which
the scheme is based, and in the
spirit. of which it is carried on,
namely “A Partnership of Capital
and Labour.” ;

It appears that a’ young busi-
ness man, Gaston Bernier,
proprietor of a small firm making
wine presses in the South of
France, saw the way, only some
five years ago, to materially ex-

in New Zealand in 1350, after they had voy-
aged from a homeland far to the north across
the Pacific. This place now is believed to
have been the Society Islands,

The first natives journeyed in small open
canoes without navigation instruments of
any kind. They arrived safely after many
perilous adventures, their only sailing direc-
tions coming from ancient legends handed
down by still earlier navigators who made
the journey to New Zealand and back.

The Maoris had no written language until
atter the arrival of Europeans a little over
a century ago, but their traditions were so

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Importers in the West Indies have been _ te ders, aim a guard. Military regulations forbid reserves, where they do 30 days ; ‘aed tse Lamcleiheies atch
i i lai hat United King- ragile china and cip their esis. entry from Israel direct into territorial service a year, plus one | Zuarded against a deficit by increasing taxes.)
loud in their complaints that Unite ing of fragile china and sip their sada, : :
d roducts were both inferior to and the bitter unsweetened coffee that 2°T4an. The journey has to be day a month on parades. 2. The dollar, evidently stronger than the : f x
on Ee r : . the bedouins brew and serve even ™M#de by flying first to Prenus ang The service is the same fo }level at which it was “pegged” was freed. PHONES 4472 & 4687
more expensive than the American of "| more sparingly than rare brandy, ‘€" taking another plane to . : sa :
ee ; The older man sits the way he Beirut, and a third plane to Women between the ages of l6|/This resulted in a decrease in the price of
Canadian items which had become estab- ‘ea Re gy a si cena a dig. Amman and 24, married women excepted. fomeign} tinea
: ; wi ewer Wren, BS - It is impossible for men ot | lorel H
rnd bcos A Sennen ee See ale ie oe ee women of military age to leave} 3 > Government civilian construction which
advertisements in this newspaper a short |¢an see that he is short and the country. Students planning : : :
stocky, with bushy eyebrows and ‘ peal i . ser- | already had been provided for in money votes
time ago showed clearly how goods manu- | with grey in his short beard. ie ae aoe’ oe rama has been deferred.
factured in the United Kingdom had re- | JJordam’s Kin So, with few exceptions, Israel is : :
haA i ducts b * He is rez ate ¢ % a bourn from which no immigrant; 4 Mortgage credit has been tightened up.
placed North American products by a per e is ready to talk about the site elutes th
3 ‘ iniquities of Israel as he sees the ever returns. 5. The government predicts higher taxes
centage of more than ninety. Meanwhile pote ‘Abdtlich Ibn Tuan titi Year to kiphen aR baying pote: and
Canadian and American ships were con- |descendant of the Prophet Maho- Suspicion en
is ; 4 : t and 70-year-old ruler of the help pay for a probable defence budget run-
tinuing to provide essential inter-area | {2 ; 6) the AvatteavHinde ground}. .c.
: Kingdem of Jordan. e Arab, fear finds ground} ning into 10 figures.
communications, and Canadian National The other man sits comfortably for suspicion in everything across ; ‘ : 1
St shi ik ne ati thepoint of stat- [894 orientalwise on the rug—a the uneasy border. 6. Instalment buying is to be curbed by NATIONAL
eam syPs A ; Pp y squave-cut and powerful figure The Arabs see Israel's great in-| pegulations expected to come into effect right
ing that their services would possibly be |whom one could imagine as the gathering “ her eres. eee nas
. : colonel! of a Highland regiment as more an a fu ent ol ov :
eens See Sa oe. had He is Sir Alec Kirkbride, former ae idealism. It is also, they 7. The government short-term security PAINTS
ainstakingly built up during e war intelligence officer to Lawrence say, the mass importation of man- ial 1 sae
P ay sad wae ghe had tbst at a blow of Arabia, and the British Minister power, ripe for military service | Market has been allowed to aut low. This is
years Weel in the Jordan capital of Amman. and ready to fight the homeland’s|'to increase the yield and build up greater d et QUALITY with ECONOMY
when Great Britain began the battle of the a fies acta eee ay battles. demand. — -
. ey have been friends for Proof? The watchful eyes of hae . .
ton Bap, ita ae 2) eat er, oa Siew fe Mae on Risk: ; Jordan pick out Israel’s new} 8. The Bank of Canada has increased its A PAINT FOR EACH JOB
oday, under devaluation, it WL e rose in stature as a so Kirk- [o ss farms, These are being built up cook t tk t hich it will lend = pasiee
i : bride rose in the diplomatic service JORDAN | va ank rate—tne rate al W A JOB WELL DONE BY EACH P. .
more difficult to resume trade with Canada | o¢ nis country from junior assist- JORDAN from tented settlements at feverish cntored Ganieutrom ii to 2
i . speed, and are not invariably| money to the char J z
and the United States because the pound ant secretary to resident, and then eiied)"Gds"the “Asiibe, to\ the best | cu; SEE US AND BE INTERNATIONAL
: . ; Minister. auricult ¥. 1. odvacan per cent.
sterling is worth so much less oa it was Today, as Abdullah's friend, Sir JORDAN'S BULGE ( gricultural advantage. These, government experts believe, are
before the axe of devaluation fell. Alec is the most powerful servant the map) into Terdal Now, nestling on the summits], ; : ‘ ey y
It j ible that Canadian exporters |°f.. the British Crown in the (white on the map) are solid communal homes anda} Steps in the right direction.” If more are DA COSTA & CO... LTD cents.
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t t ith certain items which have that when he bas a decision to rift of hatred and suspicion— The Israelis say: “Here we have . :
0 compete with ce m: 4 make which may involve yee RAE Through the built ourselves a home and|which the government believes Canadians
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meanwhile been coming from ee eee eee ee Sen oo Eyes ol on Arab beoules husbandry to the top of] wil] not stand for, unless there is another
Kingdom. But it is also possible that the call on him for counsel. Experts in Amman believe that The Arabs say: “Look! There| world war. —CP. IN SPITE OF THE RISE IN PRICE OF--
United States and Canada may both cut ar Ales hanils Ae eye Israel may one gay make a giant they have built themselves a
. ‘ 23s sap. ; : S » also sensitive pincer movement dewn the Jordan fortress.”
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noticed throughout the British Caribbean
an improvement in relations between
the United Kingdom and the people of the
West Indies in consequence.

Nothing could more help to remove the
suspicion that the United Kingdom export-
er was benefiting at the expense of the
West Indian consumer than an increase in
freedom of trade between the West Indies
and the Great Dominion of Canada to

to me to interfere unhealthily with
expert individual initiative and
achievement, which are so highly
serviceable to the public interest
and economic wellbeing, and also
to be, as Mr. Shepherd put it in
one of his letters, ‘‘cumbrous and
expensive.” :

How can it be supposed that any
Government can create a Manag-
ing Board for an industry more
efficient than the clever and ex-

erienced persons who have built
it up and carried it forward to
whatever success it has attained?

The “more excellent way” I
wish to mention and to urge upon
the attention of local legislators
and business firms—though I can-
not suppose it has altogether been
overlooked—is that of goodwill
and co-operation between all con-
cerned in the running of an indus-
try or business—stockholders,
management, and employees—and
I would add clients or customers,
for they have many opportunities
and means of helping towards suc-
cess.

This improved and very fruitful
plan is in operation in a good many

tend his business, but he needed
two things, capital to provide a
bigger plant and a larger and more
interested labour force, So he went
first to his customers, as possible
subscribers and shareholders, the
vine-growers of the area, and be-
fore long got the promise of the
necessary capital. Then he talked
to his employees and won their
interest, partly by offering them
small shares in the extension and
the scheme was on its way.

As mentioned already Capital
and Labour were to share the
management, operating through an

accurately handed down by word of mouth
that the date of arrival can be fixed fairly
close. The landing places of the canoes are
still known, as are many incidents connected
with the voyage. Many Maoris can trace
their descent in an unbroken line back to
the crews of the canoes.

Maoris and Europeans are using the cele-
brations as a means of bringing still closer
relations between the two races and of set-
ting a further course for the Maori people.

: : A how can a new Board be set iva : ; . ‘ :
whom the West Indies are turning more ne it creating .in some cases in leading and progressive =*ecutive Committee of four! Their aim is to fit the Maoris more fully for
3 , : up withou eu Sele ae tri specially: TY bale i —Bernier, of course, and al... 5 fee ‘ :
and more for assistance in their economic | measure a topheavy situation? countries, especially, Seen life in a western civilization while preserv-

development.
OUR READERS SAY:

omitting the letters from my Com-

And as for expense, here is an
illustration picked up from a re-

“Advocate” of 24th October, and
which seem to have caused him

so much concern,

Britain and U.S.A., and it is de-
scribed from time to time, with

except Sea View.

net counted

wrong with this Village?
in

stockholder, a work » and an
@ On Paw &

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Is it areas,

among the

of these

A RESIDENT.

ing the finest traditions of the native race.

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SIR in the Advocate” | of 25th July, 1950, all of which inake MaGAIRE wna Attorney, «ite OWN Reeds? _t sinnerey habe all ossiated with Carl Marx Doe- Raisins fable Butter in Pkgs.
Wednesday 26th instant there was' iy’ Dertectiy plain that, although B.U.O.C. Ltd. not. I have read a few weeks ,, S18/—It has been a very longe frine but only ot eee on Currants Dhak eee
a heading “Adams refutes State- |. aturally wonted some form ol ago that Holetown will soon be ‘me now since I wanted to ex- jjes been told to en to, et eee Mixed Peel ets nelbaecsa n gy
ments on Oil” In so far as the adh pin 7 we Deere at coe Y.W.C.A. having street lights, a very good press my mind toward racial and ~ n to o them to get re- Dutchman’s Head (whole)
s word “refutes” usually meang wt ae oe es g° sd idea, and the Parish a Dispen- S¢sregation of humans against iho: = on Sevan of this racial CEREALS M
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out that Mr. Adams did not refute o 734 essential requirement of my 2¢OUPins is creating a great hard- Holetown in urgent need of strect that the Negro as we are call got wm oc, practice in the West Indies Shredd d Wh Fresh Sausages
A any of the statements in my letter 2" eee ment of mY ship for youth, “Harrison College lights? or the parish in urgent need their color from atmospheric pres- “° 2°¢ to small. Let us all live \ ee eat Fresh Mince Meat
to the “Advocate” of October 24th, [OMPany before taking a lease in wag founded as a free school in of a dispensary? Why not see to Sure. Of corse thie talk ig only ‘osether like sisters and brothers | Soaaee, Nita Fresh Vegetables
He denied one of my statements, eit hea Nite oe ee 1733 by Thomas Harrison, a those who are in need first? 1 from the more ignorant classes, °@4 88 one happy family and there Pufied Wheat resh Fruit
namely, that the cause of the Sil ‘of thane Mates. £ an oie a, of Bridgetown. . hope that the members of the ! believe in scientific researches von. = better and happier SWEETS
breakdown of negotiations . be- ¢, Suen npealt iorehotine trond a Did t a on: sone ie vestry will for one moment con- ®2G appreciate the men. indeed re PRO Marshmallows F or the CHICKS
tween the Government and my jast-dated’ letter namely 25th pov Guid be made to leave and sider those unfortunate people Who brings it to light, but I have BONO PUBLICO. Carr's. Chocolate ‘saieoilts Scratch Grain
Company was due to the fact that July to the King’s Soli ioe a hele aage ache Is os i : . ace who reside in the tenantry of Never heard of a scientist trying to Rats Barley Sugar Layena
the Government could or would . ‘th lett ea h a lly by i Bee ing? Ss cause of age- Sea View, and give these people find out color or complexion Adam gTR___p} ) Boxes Chocolates Grpwena
not give reasonable protection to Of negotiations between the Gov. Also. this letter asks the te Same facilities they have Were of or his two sons Cane and hitle Wateranne te des ae, Ae eae ce a
our gas reservoir, and not to any 0) Mh and ine Cominanwe v. merchants to come forward wits given the people of other villages Abel ‘and their offsprings. My of the “Rat Destine onuition Se; POO Re ee er oe
refusal by Government to give my Sathoars irate ake Bs, Cetaatiins generous. donations for the 22d stop them from continually = readers, | personnely feels Barbados. These athe = rn *e TURTLE
Moh within. 34 miles ‘or ‘var With the acting Colonial Secretary Y-W.C.A., and other charities fending their prayers to" the that this practice is a desease, it employed to do. a very. dificult Cu



tribution within 34 miles of our

and you, with regard to a Lease

in memory of this great man,

Heavens when they see a black

comes just like a smoker trying to

job, and have

SOUP

Oran ae : er ing : ‘ ; J a given ‘ect sat-
Bain, Mame te fad tucae SNS Sac wee” ahinkse® "So ota Mien cpp mone ad ant tps ns Qt en rt
top him to disprove it. beat ergs Ba snc a San tah Sea View a doctor any time without fear; generation to come for an instance of the poison baits and EGGS

Mr. Adams has promised to have
a letter made available to ai inem-
bers of the House so that they can
see what the demands of the Com
pany actually were, All I ask i

_ that, in all fairness, he will mak«

available to the members of the
House ALL the correspondence
which has passed between the
representatives of the Government
and those of my Company, nob

ed to provide adequate protection
of the reservoir of the Wells, it
is the intention of our clients NOT
to continue the operation of the
Wells after the moment when
their Licence expires.”

I should also like to remind Mr.
Adams that he has apparently for-
gotten to reply to the other
matters raised in my letter in the

SIR,—Permit me space in your
valuable column, to say something
about the state of the tenant
roads that exist in Sea View. Is
the vestry of St, James aware of
the state cf the tenant roads that
exist in the Village? I have
noticed that something has been
done and is being done in every
village to win the satisfaction and
admiration of the taxpayers

#f this can also be said of Sea
View I am a Jap. As a matter
of fact I cannot for the life of
me imagine a doctor going into
any of these tenant areas after a
good downpour of rain unless by
a helicopter. How long js this
state of things going to last? For
ever? I hope not and I also hope
that this letter will catch the
eyes of the Vestry and they will
do something to help the poor

these were in great worlds wars
and men of all classes fought to-
gether in unity and then after the
wars the doctrines of segregation
and racial discrimination was once
more to be seen in certin parts
of the world. Even in some West
Indian island there is segregation
with people of your own eolor if
you gets in a bus and sits near
they will bend themselfs So neat
that no part of their bodys can

traps laid by them.
should be recognised here as
eatchers are recognised in Eng-
land or any other countries be-
cause the rats not only destroy
plants and other goods, but
spread peculiar diseases that are
very difficult to diagnose,

Hoping that the Government
will look into this matter wat
make a little remunerative im- |
provement soon,

MATADOR DE RATONES



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TUESDAY, OCTOBER 31, 1950

Swizzle Stick, |

BARBADOS ADVOCATE
MANTRE





LORRIES

AWATTING $99994559656666665556554

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o
7 " + ¥
‘Gravesend’? 33 : ; FREE HOOK :
; }
Ch ai M ] + ravesend : = For Manure which makes \
; 5 The stretch of land between |! OVER 50 lorries from all the “ GOD'S WAY OF
a e e Needham’s Point and the Aquatic parishes of the island were on
Earn A Living Club’s premises serves many pur- |! t wharf this morning ame kind SALVATION
poses. There one finds one of the | j& loads of muriave of potash from : iv
IFTY-SIX-y best and most popular bathing | lightera tying alongside. the PLAIN” with ELIZABETH
F [YEAR-OLD Herman| beaches in the island. There is wharf.
Callendar of Deacons Roac/the Government Rifle Range. The lorries formed a continuous Please
has been makin

write for one io ARDEN
g dog-chains, swiv-| There is the B.U.O.C. premises, |

i i ; ine from the Government spirit Samuel Koberts, Gospel oe
els, ice picks, egg-whips, three-| and there, during the war, some ar, to the west end of the Book and Tract Service, PREPARA TIONS
point forks and swizzle sticks for} Members of the local Regiment ; ohare’ 30, Central Avenue, Ban-
the ast 30 years, He sells these} ®stablished quarters. | Lighters were discharging ne gor N. Ireland.”
articles in, the City and his familiay| . Now, someone has suggested | Botash ‘at one berth and each ra
Cry is: “Chains! Chains! Dog- that the area should be turned 2



Chai s into a park lorry driver was try ng to be the
ains or Swivels”! ark.
= Park or no park, the spot has a

first to get his lorry loaded. This FOR A RELAXED SKIN—



; . any 4 rf iz Ardena Pore Cream A
~ Callendar told the Advocate yes-| 2atural beauty, and yearly, excur- aoe ys re a tame jam on greaseless astringent
terday that there is another man|Sionists from country — districts rae x fh ached al te eae POST EARLY cream to help contract
doing the same trade but he sells said spent oe a - oo Seat i : stiouneit of distended pores.

i ; : ,{much gusto as town fo ave 7
Secon nae the City and spent them at Bathsheba. fe 38,800 bags of the potash from FOR FOR THE OILY SKIN—

Min the days Gin Gi : At Needham’s Point, the light- HS] Antwerp on Friday, . Ardena Astringent Cream.
Foundry “Docks m the Central}! house stands sentinel over the The lorries were taking the CHRISTMAS A Day-time treatment,
taba oF Bi went under the] coastal waters. Near the light- potash from the wharf vo the

of Blackwood’s Dry Docks,| house grow many grape trees. The

most effective for the oily,
coarse textursd skin,
PAY A VISIT TO

KNIGHTS LTD.

PHOENIX or CITY PHARMACIES

Callendar worked there. He after-
wards left this job and went with
the Agricultural Department, His
next job was that of a gardener.| there is dense shrubbery, tall al-
but doctors advised him to give} Mond trees and Straight fir trees
up this type of work as it was in-| planted to look Jike pillars in the
jurious to his health nave of a building.

E F Among these plants and shrubs

Tt was then that Callendar

there is one, or maybe more than
thought of using his hands to make | one which give the area one of its

a living aad he sought his present | distinctive scents—a pleasant one.

Various
{ox

plantations in the island

grapes are not very juicy, but that as manure,

does not prevent juvenile beach-
combers from enjoying them. Then

the






use

Hand-Painted
SOUVENIR

Leathercraft






Nationalisation
@ from page 4

mgineer, who would handle pur-
hase of materials, workshops,

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For that rich
savoury flavour?

Company

y

i se y arre 7e. .) 2 . .

trade, From time*to time he made} There is also the perpetual smell ai erates latin ie wae with the Crest of %
chains, swivels etc, until he be.|0f oil from the British Union Oil Sor : x



i \ . interest. Profits, was
Came perfect on whose barbed wire will be of interest. Profits, it aS

i
|
|

aur 7 setae AP “a wgreed, should go first to pay a Barbados x
He supplies many hardware Li oo 28 (the. Warning. “180,200 fixed basic wage to labour, a x
stores in the City with his articles, eee reasonable salary to Bernier as $
especially during the war when Warning Sign Managing Director, and 4% divi- 3!
he did a good trade. He said yes- There are other signs—those ‘|dend on Capital. Then 5% of the |
terday; “Things are not very bright| which warn off bathers and pedes- emainde* should be set aside
but I can still make a living.” trians when the members of the i |/or “reserve’, and what was left %|
Callendar sells dog-chains at|Barbados Rifle Association are {:hou'd be divided, by mutual »
2/6 each, swivels 12 or 14 cents| Sending bullets whizzing across

{sgreement, between capital, man-
gement and labour,

Now there came a day when the
scheme was vigorously tested,
There was a chance to secure
orders for the big number of 350
presses, Many more than the or-
jinary output of the firm. And lo!
to meet the emergency the work-
men voluntarily offered to move
up from a 40-hour to a 60-hour
week, and they maintained this
big extension for six months with,
of course, a big increase in finan-
cial returns by which everybody
benefited.



ice picks 18 cents wholesale and| from either of the five ranges.
1/6 retail, and egg-beaters 18 cents}. But it is as a good bathing spot
each. He can also do repairs to that this part of the island is more
these articles, closely associated in the public
mind, On Thursday evenings,
i pe SILVER CUP which was workers enjoying the weekly half
presented to the winner of the| h°liday, and other people go there
All Star Talent Show held at the

> ree numbers. They swim,

Globe Thez : play beach cricket, skip and do

wis Gelglon. Bir ciers mght.) physical fitness stunts.

aaa Thameane’ ‘ayton Thomp-|" ‘There is a large bathing shed

with his Wee ‘of “Ghat s00d,) which can be used for a small
anoogi | price. re ar i y=

Shoe Shine.” price. There are still some how

Neville Phillips,

ever, who do their undressing and
In Love” was second while third

LORRIES awaiting loads of manure occupied half the width
of the wharf for about 200 yards yesterday.

or the Crest of the University
College of the West Indies.



The Perfect Xmas Gift for your
friends abroad and at home.

LADIES HANDBAG PURSE

(2 kinds)
LADIES SHOPPING PURSE

(4 kinds)
GENTS TRAY PURSE (2 kinds)
GENTS ZIPP WALLET (2 kinds)
LADIES ZIPP PURSE (2 kinds)
GENTS POCKET WALLET
SEWING SET
COMB 1; Case (2 kinds)

St. Joseph Vestry
Want Roads Rebuilt

THE ST. JOSEPH VESTRY at their meeting yesterday

Make that stew really tasty
with just a little Marmite !
Make it better for you too—
Marmite contains the B2

who sang “So| dressing under low hanging trees, vitamins that build up

Bay Street School once occu-

7 COMB in Case with File i

4 i : The advantages attaching to SHOPPING LIST health and resistance to
position went to Byron Rollock| pied part of the area when the decided to approach the Government through their repre- | nae a ire of co-operation. are Loose LEAF NOTE BOOK illness. That’s why it’s so
who sang “Bless This House”,| School premises were being re- sentatives in the House in order to get funds to rebuild aictty obvious—the promotion of ANICURE Bat’ iReensi) good for everyone on bread
Rudolph Hinds» was loudly ap-| Paired. To the west of the beach the roads in the parish which were damaged and had be-! goodwill all round, the elimin- FRUIT KNIFE in Case

plauded for singing “Ave Maria”|! the Military Cemetery which

ition of complaining and strikes,
the incentive to all-out effort by
}ithe rank and file workers mani-

and butter or in tasty sand-

come impassable due to the recent heavy rains wiches. You can do so

Mr. J. A. Haynes who brought | been put aside for rebuilding the

PENKNIFE in Case (2 kinds)
KEY CAN (2 kinds)
HAIR GRIPS in Case

has given the spot

while Irvin Harri i
At ce ayed the piano name of “Gravesend.”

its popular
and sang “Night and Day”,

Another hit of the night was

; ; ; ; l tee its: i l- NOTE CASE i id

up the matter said that they had | isolation hospital. festing itself not only in zea ZIPP TOM : soups, gravies, sauces and
the nine-year-old Calypsonian a tremendous rainfall in the parish| Th Vestry received the Audi- | ous work but also in sugwegtions TOBACCO POUCH + kei savoury dishes—and Marmite
Lord Fauntle-Roy who delighted for the year and recently they for in methods in

the audience with his own com-

ails, ¢ much for cooking.
Local St Vi Cent | had so much rain that a consider-| for the year ending March 24,| various details, and the assistance CARD CASE Sa does so good ng,
position, “Modern Girls Ain’t G e neen able amount of damage had been | 1950 of the customers of the firm who
No Respect” fetaain , si done to some of the roads, render- . also, many of them, would have . % PRICES from 66 conts to $4.80.

The Guest Star of the night was De Paul Society ing vhem impassable Members present were Rev |-mall share in its capital and]@

Master Trevor Marshall and he

« ” He said that it was the Vestry’s| W. R. Coward (Churchwarden ), m4)
sang “Stormy Weather”. duty to take some note of th's Mr. L. E. Smith, M.C.P » Mr.; One ed fevalcrnat ree BRUCE WEATHERHEAD x e : ;
8 a . i . : c vended: Waa . > be » ned, anc his \
A’ ACCIDENT «occurred ai] The works of charity begun by Bene it was going to create cee eee a “ap aire’ anacially ‘geelnioaed ia Sridaetown; LIMITED 4 The Vitamin B Yeast Food
pout William Henry Stree.| Antoine Frederic Ozanam. undet Spe, Praha ant’ o a Coceonut | Mr. We ‘Gooding, Mr. H.A’|a scheme to provide the workers x Made in England
at about 11 o'clock yesterday|the patronage of St. Vincent de Roads were impassable and he | Carter, Mr. JH Branch, "| with their own homes, Many of Head of Broad Street
ORE by: Rare Bara cl eG Dente ait ec ee road Ue te eee nse | here MET. : | them lived in overcrowded ‘sec | x pene
e y arles Swan of Belle-| Performed all over the world by rae ! a tions of neighbouring villages, a ‘ 6$$6666096 seek
plaine, St. Andrew and driven by|Mmembers of the branches of the| â„¢issioners of the parish to do would be more than glad to have | **CSS%96G9S666666906060"%

Dudley Harewood of Howell's
Cross Road, and a bicycle owned
by Livingstone Small.

The Advocate was informed by
the Police that an agreement was

anes aan

ach that bi f the High was successfully lg pet er , ‘nile
i Od emwer of the Highway! The shallows off Netdham’s| Now it is not to be supposed tha
Tesmned ‘between the two parties. Boclety ta tee ae ant Commissioners of the parish, that | point aes inasticd by a conicallin . community. as small as
BICYCLE, owned and ridden|tunate irrespective of race, col- Board had brought the mavter to shaped “beagle buoy”, painted| Bridgetown and with business on

by Sydney Callendar of Colly-
more was damaged in an
aceident along Pine Plantation

; 9 , CELANESE SILK V28STS,
aban weekly financial aid, and occa-| ™issioners were doing all they|ment ' waterboat’ “Ida” dropped | ¢w instances that seem to Bin no sleeves. Small, Medi.
Road at about 6.45 yesterday Sionally a special grant to poor] Possibly could to assist in having|one of these buoys in about 8% | halfway es on s ~~ um, and Large.
"aio Tevetved was another cycle people; assisting with funeral ex-| the roads fepai. sd for the benefit |fathoms of water. The buoy | could be tried with good prospee

Cc

and ridden by MacDonald
Bostick of the Ivy, St. Michael.

[_As0vness are at present cut-
tin,

g down the largest tree at

“Wakefield”, the Y.M.C.A’s, new

elastic waist. Small, Me-
itis ; ; ‘ | For gambling on Lears Gap—a dium and Large,
At the next meetin, si Needham’s Point lighthouse. | ee 0 7 r WY
headquarters, This is a sandbox|made as to whetres the cases Governor Knows ‘The beagle buoy droppec yes-| Public highway on eee ee
tree behind the building. Nearly] are deserving, and if so how far

all the other trees have already

itua- |ing the time it was being painted. | ‘Ow ay a Mr. H. A. Tal-
media cown, A few mote trees| "For nance the Socety de-| Gov*ruar, Knew, apout the situa; | trarker bug! tools We place | is Worship, Mr, HL” A. ‘Tale SILK _HANDKERCHIERS.
and a large quantity of grass are! pends on donations from indi-| condition of the roads in the par-|i? the sea. The marker buoy ae 14 Mies Gr Bue, month's Self colours in shades of
all that is left of this once beauti-| viduals and firms, from. collec. ish, aa only last night he a in}Was brought back yesterday by| »% lay

ful
_ MOBILE CINEMA will

orchard,
give a show at Cambridge
Plantation yard, St.



Joseph, at ; Highway Comniissioners and he BEACH SHORTS used for
9.80 to-night. bon Service and from jumble] 18 sure that they would do their Sea - bathing in shades
= 7 * part when they were appealed ‘vo Ecru and Grey, Sizes:
{ for help.
i

Advocate
| Photo

Competition





Helps Poor

Bociety of St. Vincent de Paul,
including the Barbados Branch,
Headquarters of the Society
here is St. Patrick’s Roman Ca-
tholic Church, There are about

our or creed. Among their ac-
tivitics is the giving of a Christ-
mas and Easter dole; regular

penses; furnishing medicine for
poor; repairing of houses.
Members meet every Tuesday
night when cases requiring help
ave put up and members are ap-
pointed to investigate those cases.

can the Society help.

tions received at the church door
after Sunday Mass and at meet-
ings, from the sale of tickets for
Midnight Mass and the Good Fri-













scenery ao stripes in
Mr. Smith said that he agreed] — a 6:6,6,66 6300689 SCOOP PFOOVOPOPPOSSS, various qualities,
wie Gee Pivedtar fA at respect ere SPP PEPE POP PPP PSP ES GROCERS 1 0, 1 1 ; 1 2, & | 3 Broad Street Prien: teen to. ce
rey had soft soil in the parish | ¢ r 7 7 mC, 5 , :
and with the amount of rain they x ON SALE AT ALL a * set iliaciaiain
. were getting it was of no use try-}% $ i eaeialaeadiaitbiees aie
- : . Stasreto SS
Closing Wednesday, Ist Nov. ing. to start on work of that kind x % : Te a ee
as it would only mean a waste of < MS | SAAS ASOD SESPOD POPS ODI ODD DOD IOP POOP OOP POO SOOO SOLVES
\abour and material. He however x % s
promised the Vestry thav he would | % $ 1%
SEND IN YOUR PHOTOGRAPHS do everything in his power as one & x t @9
of the representatives in the House , 3 At S/S T 66 : x
) for the parish to get funds for vhe % _m Lil Ae Ris é
NOW AND WIN " repair of the roads, * Br a eae ae ¥ $
{ The Vestry next dealt with re- % x %
f N} ports of Vestry exhibit‘oners at] $ s %
, First’ Prize - - $350.00 Queen's College, Lodge School, | % 3
i} Combermere School and S&t st SHOULD BE IN EVERY KITCHEN
Q Ss Michael's Girls’ School. ¥ t
| mal Prize = â„¢ $25.00 The Vestry deciaed to write tc %
} = > ? - »
» Third Prize = = $15.00 oak or Eoitttdtnece Bahco. $ CARIBBEAN AGENCY—AGENTs. It roasts, boils, stews, bakes cakes, etc.,—in short it will do
\} warning ioe Lop if we boy's | ¢ pbditiiialliialigeh cian seenbeimeil every form of cooking that can be done on any oil, coal, or electric
SSS ‘port at the end of this term | $4940:04.444.446.46664946694606: COSCO OOOOT |
repor pee - Aaah Dee spe
{{ ie unsatisfactory, the scholarship Yo on etc ODI LEE LFGSOSDOLEI FFE LEA LATO < Stove eek a eee BUT THERE Is THIS DIFFERENCE sees .
i) Ethane) na be vaken away. This is the|? y $
Sem ee Re Che SCR AREAS CS EEF A Ae Hee D pase ‘rd occasion on which he was % | Y, : “ ” d Fuel and
x + havi atladartai $ With a “Vitasavour’’ you save Time, Space, and Fuel a
) : bioseiore for having unsatisfactor: SOME SPECIALS $s 5 : a Snack ll the vitamins essential .
MED cect eee e cee er ete e ene b eran es een cast eeesenernre eports. , % in addition you Pave n your ood a
Se eo none Scholarship Withdrawn FOR YOUR : to good robust health.
{{ The Vestry decided to withdraw ¥ ‘ ? ste ; re\TT
K Wh NAAN de a a ys ase cciannens the scholarship. from Winifred CAKE ! B | Krom every point of view—HEALTH, FLAVOUR :
i) Thomas, a pupil of St. Michael's ¢ i . . “uw:
" Sees Girls’ Schoo] at the end of \his sciseodinnsicilechinss % and ECONOMY—you profit by using a “Vita- -
RM verre reece cree ees einen snare +o aks term as she had been warned on y ES PIN sac m canbe aha
i sions by the Vestry for ’ y by) Y % r ,Y » short cut to tastier food & more leisure
eles Se eel ee eee Ree eee ee eee renesee eevees . having unsatisfactory reports. qd ANADIAN EGG: ‘ : savour, t te snort cu
to the conditions and rules of the Advocate On motion of Mr. W. T. Goosing, |§$ ; a * ‘ ‘ eA <
i Photo Competition as advertised and submit the Leontine tee = oe 1% 10 Conts EKaeh. % The Cooker is made from solid ee ee %
fe ing e hi : 9 write headmasters ead~ | ¥ 5, fo 4 i iS & i a
i following entry shown mistresses of the various ‘sec |% mani per tb $ .15 , ¢ 99% pure, and it is as easy to use as reading this advertisemen ;
ondary schvols asking them to ~UTt aint ie 34 .
send in to the Vestry a report \% . Ss 43 % $ e 8
Le ae Par ka serait s otis HH ONLY $22.06 EACH .
SOONG: ein eo CPR a Paw ON eo Chee ne oe the sa>e time they were send- 1? OVE oO] . per Tin $1.25 & 2.8} $ % ° %
ing out reports to the parents ig DAN’ ee gee per Tin 40 % 1% ; 3 : $
GNIS ESC ee ee ene et phe: enilcren. @ JACK +n 73 21% Book of simple instructions with each Cooker.
The Vestry decided to use £1,500 % Cc - ric i ee ar - ‘ 8
Soe CRE ERGE Rs beg bE + onc cheats Sed RP EE Ley cee gees wey ..ad in the bank for the pur % TABI INS per Pkt 52 % % ‘
208e of enclosing the new burial |} x wok wy
CHU e enn e eaten eee ereseeerercenusaeesseseessers ceded for the parish church,|% “COCKADE”’ FINE RUM ‘ 3 , :
. Shee sc| = i) HARRISON'S ove: mene
church and finishing the enclosure | ¢ eis uid van vay , Rie a ¥
COUMIY . eect eee e eee ree enes Date.......-++.- t , in wall for the St. Ann’s church x ST. tNSKFELD S¢ OF a & qd Bae Ltd. % | % DIAL 2364. x
2 SSS t ard, instead of borrowing mor es entities ‘
gi = a i) 1 I the ponpune This money | SOOO CECE ROOLLSSOCOOOOCOOOVOGOOOOSE. lYesoos PPP EA ott OEE OE COOGEE OOCCE EB EBEEEGSBEG6O5555656568S3% pS









everything in their power to have |

these roads repaired as quick!»
as possible.

Mr. C. A. Williams poi.ied our | Warns of Shallows

the attention of all the necessary
authorities, but nothing had been
done, In the meantime, the Com-

of the par.shioners,

Mr. G. R. Huson said that
Chimborazo Road had been in 4
stave of disrepair since the end ot
the crop,

The Chairman said that the

the parish and he (the Chairman)
had taken up vhe matter with him.
He said that they had their

Mr, L. E. Smith sa’d that he

Pair .......:cceeee $6.61
had approached the Director of

Highways and Transport in con- PYRAMID HANDKER-
nection with repairs to vhe Castle

Grant Road in the parish and he
was given the assurance that he
was quite willing to assist, but
owing to the amount of rainfall
wh’ch the parish was getting at the
wme, he did not think it wise to
start work on the road.







tors’ Statement of the Dispensary

L. C. Mallalieu (Chairman), Mr,



“Beagle Buoy”

black at the top and red at bot-
tom, |

Early yesterday, the Govern-

serves as a warning to big ships
of the shallow water and only
emall vessels navigate inside of it.

It can be easily seen during the
day but not at night. The
warning at night is given by the;

terday was newly painted. Dur-

improvement

profits.

a house of their Own, and that on
a site sufficiently large to provide
a small garden, and this rather
ambitious and delightful addition

our limited seale, all the above
novelties and attractive advances
could be implemented, but in the

ef success.



Gambling Cost 15/-

ear-old labourer

of St. Thomas was fined



the “Ida”,











imprisonment,









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much with Marmite in



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Each $1.22; $1.31;
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and
CELANESE SILK TRUNKS,

Each $1.55, $1.72 and $1.90

white, Maroon, Grey, Blue
Each $1.88

Medium, O.S., Men’s,

CHIEFS in white and col-
oured borders.

Each .........:55.+ 880,

TIES.—A large assortment
of fancy designs, Painted

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PAGE SIX BARBADOS ADVOCATE TUESDAY, OCTOBER 31, 1950
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wiae® LONE RANGER BY FRANK STRIKER Stop’ rh
FES Tre ortex wownere | | yor cee. *
i] FWHAT THIS MASKED MAN'S FACE WAS_E} n ? ours
i} LIKE. NOW T'LL FIND OUT! Loose T

a 7 outh or bad disease which

M a
sooner or later will make your teeth fald

out and may cause mat
Trouble. Stop this disease now with the
new discexary Amosan. Stops bleedin:
ums en it}
tightens teeth. Iron clad gvarenten,
mesan must make your ; well and
save your teeth ne. k on return
of empty rackage. Get Amosan from
chemist today.









it The guarantee
it protects you.
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‘ Toes good looks tell you they’re just right. offers
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CLASSIFIED ADS. PUHLIC SALES

BARBADOS ADVOCATE
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PAGE SEVEN

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TELEPHONE 2508 REAL ESTATE F eee Oe eee Poe — — -
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THANKS Garede ont ridty Mat” Noveteer ar” | 8 Mab at 3.90 Dom. on the ist Novern:| | SOUTHBOUND SAILINGS | MONTREAL AUSTRALIA SEW cis + tee
banc pale rit FOR RENT Wes a Se cad | From Montreal, St. John, N.B., Halifax, N.S | SAARLAND SANE, | LrTeD
The undersigned gratefully return ust Saloon © slightly Pin callie ; ’ 2 . a M.V. “Caeribbee” will ‘aécer
thanks to all who attended the funeral, ged. Terms Cash. R. Archer To Barbados, Trinidad, Demerara, B.G. ar Sap Ra ee a ills Freeman cargo und passengers for Borin.
ee Sat at pian, oe aw eae — ,Watertora nts oe 5 a | $90 Mtenene Beate tones Antigua, Morteerrat, Nevig--ar
= we ae +, Prom , November . 2 Lasting Dates Expected | port October Ist, Syd: tobe: iy?
Gccasion of the pees of Ritued | Senbhes seitaene. Por tars ution a RY, 8 ant Se 2 ee Se Terrorists Attack oes: | ee Brisbane October 24th. arriving at fee! ; baning Wedneedey 100 SRD
Elizabeth (wife), Zuletka amd Bmid | -————— weeded vember at 2 p.m. i ne : wcos November 26th Der
(daughters) “FLOWER DEW" — Maxwell Coast.| Substantial, wall building catled “Fried: U. S. Consulate sa eee igth. Get, | Sora. Ser | he es; cbiliod, hard recent ond ai cel nes
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“MARYVILLE)'—Biack Rock, draw: the UnNed States Consulate in| Sailing Suntay 5th November

| Leeward Islands

IN loving memory of our beloved converted into a flat or business place





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But today has brought before us,
Sad memories of two years ago,
Only those who have lost can tell,













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

Phone 3001. 31.16. 50—1n,

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Por further particulars ap hy
ing, 3 : y i"
daughter and ‘sister CYNTHIA LOLITA | ce yants rooms, and cee ae sare ie en tne thonta tet Sea | Ampang less than 3 miles from PLANTATIONS LIMITER—Agents ATR © Co. Lid., B.W.I. Schooner Owners
2th es at & Seal Eines" "Bireet * phone 3619) deer moon ¢.| The: ~ dri oe mare 3 BW. Association Inc.
: . : 'y, Lucas or it ig near to SPIRIT BOND. For inspee- y were driven off after a & :
Here ik a tient cae str Spm. 7.10.50—1in.| tion and condition of sale apply to R.| minute battle with British : BA: come 3 = as Tel. 4047
But in heaven we shal! meet her, OFFICE—One spacious office situated | “ther McKenzie, Dial re 10.80-4n.| TOOPS and police. B.W.I. r
There will be no parting there. in Marhill Street opposite D. M. Simr- James Kirton (father), Albertine Kir-| son & Co, Apply W. B. Hut e
ton (mother) Othniel; Oliver; Silvan, Dial 4484. 27.10.50--6n.| 4 new and subeteetios wal manepoy ec
Everton (brothers) Gwendolyn, Myrhe,{ .. 2 ae as ie =," F sale wet
Natalie (sisters); Martha Blackett RHUSTONE—Wall Bungalow, Station ‘ room ( x . — =
(grand mother) ig rere Hill, St. Michael, 3 bedrooms, modern Kitchenette «@ x 12) we @eee AND NOw PO Ore —- ee y ~
Trinidad Papers eee ‘ a0 bb. in conveniences, Garage. Apply R. Gibson, 4%) water and see A handy little The Cast of the “Caritbean $
3+10.50—In. | Rolton Lane, 26. 10.50—Sn. $000 (aft. and. VACANT 2 Barner Enamelled Revelry” DANCE y! ’ 0.
IN loving memony of a beloved hus-| TRELAWNY — On Hastings mata ist) Church coast. For. in request the pleas |
, j + = : ft
bend JOSEPH | WHITTINGTON | who Road. Three bedrooms each with Tun | spection apply to ao47 R. Archer MoKen. GAS HOTPLATE Y Gelber ar cee ee The members of THE gd
yee cline rest on the 28th day ring Sater, aon Public rooms. zie. Victoria 4 2. 10.50—3n GIRLS INDUSTRIAL ne.
% ’ : Bungalow two ms, SUN a il et Just what you have been i
That day of sadness still comes o'er US.| water, dining and sittin, . Sult-| NEW BUNGALOW—SO feet feet ting CE UNION would like to re<§
Secret tears do often flow, able for a pnd clean Moa onl quier, ¥ 2 on a Cn DAN mind ticket holders of theit ¥
:

The pains of parting without farewell
Ever to be remembered by Iona Whit-

tington, (wife) Clyde, Wilfred and
Gerald, (sons) Eureka .and Harolene,
(grand-daughters.}

31. 10.50—1n.
oe

In loving memory of our dear beloved
“mother Mrs. Lilian Forde who passed
eway on the 3ust October, 1947. ‘

Three years have passed since that

sad day

When the one we loved was called

away;

Sleep on dear one your task {s o'er

Your willing hands will toil no mor>

For those you loved you did your best,

God grant you now eternal rest.

Ever to be remembered by your dear
children: Isabelle Williams, Louise
Skeete, Albert, Carlton, Dennis, Doreene
George and Vernon,

31.10.50——1n

FOR SALE
AUTOMOTIVE

CAR-—-1 Morris 8 (1948 Model).
3559 C. W. Cumberbatch,
28 .10.50—2n.

CAR—Ford Prefect 10 H.P. done
17500 miles. Apply: Harold Weather-
head C/o Bruce Weatherhead Ltd.

20.10.50—t.f.n.



Dial

CAR—One Prefect Ford car 10 H.P.
1948 model. New tryes, mileage 13,000,
excellent condition eee Howard King,
Pore’ Spring, St. ‘homas.

, 27, 10,50-€n

ELECTRICAL

GARRARD AUTOMATIC KECORD
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 esch. Lashleys
Limited, Prince William Henny Street.

28.10.50—3n.













RADIO — One G.E.C. 6 tube battery
set in perfect condition. Dial 3400.
31.10.50—3n.

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

28.10.50—3n.



WIND CHARGER — ! — 6 Volt
Phillips Wind Charged and _ Battery
new. Can also buy ‘Radio to it too, if
interested. Apply:— James A. Mas-
siah’s Ornamental Concrete Works.
Enterprise Road. Ch. Ch

31.10,50—Un,

MECHANICAL

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

28.10.50—3n.

MISCELLANEOUS

cannot get Ant Tape now,
“Ant Buttons’ which kill
and many other
Knight's Ltd
29.10 .50—3n,





As you
why not ray
Ants, Roaches, Flies,
Insects. Price 1/- box.

ICE BOX —
cempartments.

“One WD Tee Box with 2
Phone 8843
31.10.50 —-3n.

FIRE BRICK



A quantity of 2nd









hand fire bricks. Apply: Manager,
Draxhall Plantation, St. George |
28.10 in
“MAKE-U- L “Herbs” — nature's
eure for constipation, Rheumatism, IA-
digestion, Kidney %md_ Bladder Diseases
and Sluggish Liver. Price 2/- box
Knight's Ltd 29, 10.50—3n.
NAHLIN — Auxilary Sloop rigged
22 x 7, with 800 Ibs in Keel. Powered
with 8 H.P. Morris Engine, Magneto,
also Self Starter. New Tender and

Mooring, Insured Lioyds £500. Offers
received. either complete Auxilary or
only Sailing Yacht, Ajl first class cén-
dition.
Apply: VINCENT BURKE,
C/o Courtesy Garage or Bay St
31.10.50—6n

ONE—(1) age Horse and (‘) Port-
able see-saw. Mai , Ladymeade Gar-

dens. 31.10.50—2n
= PIANO — One Walters Piano Iron
Frame in good ition. Apply to A.
Lioyd Mayers, “Stomara’’, Clapham, St.
Michael. 31.10,50—2n



“STREPH" — The complete Antisep-
tic for Personal and Medical use, also
for cleansing Cuts, Wounds and abra-
sions, and as a Gargle and mouth Wash
ete, Price 2/- bot. Knights Lid

29.10 ,50—3n.





STOVE — One (1) No. 7 Coal Stove
with chimney in good condition. Phone
8343. 31,10,50—-2n .

TABLE CLOTHS — Extra large de-
signed Plastic Table Cloths in White
Pink and Blue 54 x 8. BROADWAY
Dress Shop. 31.10.50—2n,

epee ithaca

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





Would you like to have a nice Tan?
Then try “Suntone”, a delicatexy per-
fumed non-oily Solution which pér-
mits a lovely tan. Price 4/- bot
Knight’s Ltd 29.10 .50—Jn.

LOST & FOUND





SWEEPSTAKE (CKET — Series W.

9612. Finder please return same wo
Ina Howard, Garden Land, Country Kd
31.10.50—!n

SWEEPSTAKE TICKET BOOK -
Series T. 4430-4439. Finder will be te-

warded on returning same to Donville
Thorne “Eden” Station Hill, St. Mich-
ael. 31.10.50—in.

SWEEPSTAKE TICKET — Series M
7414 and series L., 7250, 7252 Finder
please return same to Rufus Niles,
Dorants Village, St. Andrew

° 3).10.50-—In.

SWEEPSTAKE TICKET —
6567. Finder please return



Series &
same

Winston Briggs, Chelsea Rodd
31. 10.50-- In.





te} Junior School from teachers with at least 10 years’ teaching experi-

—_— :
“VILLA-GLENN” in Monteith Garden,
neer Strathclyde, ti
bungalow,








near “Bayswater”. Phone 2791 or apply,
a new stone walljL. & H. MILLER, Reed

with drawing and dining
rooms. bedrooms, kitchen,

end bath. A spacious enclosed yard
with garage, servants Toom, toilet and
bath and was may be leascs
Inspection by appointment, please dial
3577. 25.10.50--3n.

Street, City.
27.10.50—sn

ee

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

The house containe open gallery

sitting, drawing and dining rooms, two
bedrooms, kitchenette and usuai out
offices.
Servant’s room and garage in yard.
Inspection every day (except Sunday)
between 4 and 6 p.m, or by appoint-
ment, dia) 2805.

The above will be set up for sale at
Seige competition at our office in Lucas
te Friday the 3rd November 1950
al p.m.

CARRINGTON & SEALY,
Solicitors.

26. 10.80-—8n .
















PUBLIC NOTICES

NOt £E
PARISH OF ~
1 #pplications are invited for the
office of Parochial Medical officer












per month plus om
$20.00 for the V.D, Clinic. NOTICE
2. The appointment will take place
from 25th March 1951 re the estate of
. HILTON LLEWELLYN GOLLOP

3. Applications stating age and quali-

fications ete, must be x1 rwarded

to the undersigned by January

15th 1951, 7

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

TuesGays from 10.00 a.m. to 3.00

pm.
Thursdays from 10.00 a.m. to 1.00

p.m.
Saturdvys from 10.00 a.m, to 12 noon.
Signed G. S. CORBIN
hae’ # Clerk,

. Peter.
20.10.50—12n.

THE PARISH OF ST. ANDREW
The Parochial Treasurer's Office will
be opened only on Thursday during
the month ef November.
Signed C. A. SKINNER,
Parochial Treasurer
St. Andrew.
30.29. 50—5n.

Exhibition Notice

‘me Bxhibition Committee ot tc! IQUOR LICENSE NOTICE

ee at the Rate ke Caugunce with te-| ‘THE application of HERMAN SCOTT
be unable to organise and run the Arts holder of Liquor License No. 1012 of
and Handecrafts Division at the Exhi-| 950 granted to James Goring in respect
bition this year. Nevertheiess it is|°? # board and shingle shop with shed
beped that with the co-operation of roof attached at Belfield Land, Black
the general public and the valuable as- Rock, St. Michael for permission to use
sistance of the previous Committee who | £2/4 Liquor License at bottom floor of a
have so kindly promised to help, the | ‘WO storey board and shingle shop in
standard in this Division and the Bx- | Noson St. St, Michael.

hibits as a whole will be as good as|_. ‘4 this 27 yf October 1950.

in previous years. A ag wats Police Magistrate, Dist. “A’.

act Sgd. HERMAN ee

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

ll o'clock a.m.



NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that ail
persons any debts or claims
against the estate of Hilton Llewellyn
Gollop deceased, late of Hart’s Gap, in
the parish of Christ Chureh in this
Island who died on the 3rd day of

er 1942, intestate, are requested
to send in particulars of their claims
duly attested to the undersigned Clarissa
Fedora Gollop, C/o Messrs. Haynes and
Griffith, Solicitors, No. 12 High Street,
Bridgetown, on or before the 3ist day of
December, 1950, after which date I
shall proceed to distribute the assets of
the deceased among the parties entitled
thereto having regard only to such
claims of which I shail then have hea
notice and I will net be liable for
essets or any part thereof so distributed
to any person of whose debt or clajm
I shail not then have had notice.

And all persons indebted to the said
estate are requested to settle their said
indebtedness without *

Dated this 30th day of October, 1950.

RISSA FEDORA GOLLOP.

CLA! a
Qualified Admimistratrix of thé
Estate of Hilton Liewellyp
Gollop, deceased.
31.10.50—4n




















































THE ma QHICe SHOP

Will be ‘ing their Xmas Season
With art interest

Selection of Gifts
and novelities on ‘yy 3rd November.


















0 a.m. ; -m, E. A, McLEOD,
From 10 a.m. until 6.30 P31, 10.80 gn, Police Magistrate, Dist. “A”,
a 31,10.50—1n,
HELP SOMEBODY HAS TO LEAD
li peneiesegeeteetion
COOK — Qualified cook, with refer-
ences. Apply Mrs. Aubrey Archer,

Byde Mill, St. George.

S&S RUM

is the first Choice of
Discrimimating People

Its Mellow flavour and
Smoothness asc charac-

31.19.50—4n.

LADY RECEPTIONESS -— (Cashier)
For Front Office of Marine Hotel. Ap-
ply between the hours of 9 a.m. “to
llm.m. to the Manager.




31.10,50—3n












MISCELLANEOUS teristics which cannot be
BOXES — All kinds of Card Board produced by others.



Boxes other than corrugated
Appiy Advocate Binding Dept.
20.40.60—t.2.n.

NE een muEnEeT nr lO essen
ICE BOX — In good condition, Mrs,

Ivan Sealy, Spooners Hill.
31.10.50—1n.

WANTED TO BUY
USED POSTAGE STAMPS — of the
British West Indies. At the Caribbear
Stamp Society. No. 18 Swan St.
31.10.50—1n.

card.















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LTD.

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GOVERNMENT NOTICES

Attention is drawn to the Defence (Contro! of Drug and Paten
and Proprietary Medicine Prices) Order, 1950, No. 9 which will be
published in the Official Gazette of Monday 30th October, 1950.

2. Under this Order the maximum. retail selling prices of
“CYSTEX” and “VICKS VAPORUB” are as follows:-—







ITEM UNIT OF SALE MAXIMUM RE-
TAIL PRICE
CYSTEX -» | Small sized Bot. 62c.
b 14 .. | Medium , * $1.19
mm a .. | Lamge 7 : $2.41
VICKS VAPORUB .. | Bottle 50c.
aa in 3 oz. Pot 42c,

28th October, 1950. 29.10.50.—2n,



REMEMBRANCE SUNDAY

His Majesty the King has approved of Remembrance Day being
observed on Sunday the 12th of November.

As in previous years the Church authorities are being invited to
hold special services throughout the Island at which the two minutes
silence can be observed at 11 a.m.

The special service at St. Michael's Cathedral, which will be at-
tended by His Excellency the Governor, will begin at 10.30 a.m., and
will finish at approximately 11.10 a.m. At the end of the service,
if the weather permits, His Excellency and party will walk to the
War Memorial, where His Excellency will lay a wreath. There will
be no ceremony.

The Ex-Service Men’s Organisations are being invited to make
arrangements for ex-service men to parade and to attend at 10.36
a.m., at the Cathedral. Other members of the public are invited to
attend their usual places of worship.

31.10.50.—3n.



DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION

St. Martin’s Junior School — St. Philip
APPLICATIONS are invited for the Headship of St. Martin’s

ence. The minimum professional qualification required is the Certi-
ficate A of the Department or exemption therefrom.

Salary will be in arcordance with the Government Scale fo
Head Teachers in a Grade I Elementary School.
| Candidates who have already submitted application forms in re-
| spect of previous vacancies (now filled) may apply by letter, accom-
panied by a recent testimonial. All other candidates should make
application on the appropriate form which may be obtained from the
Department of Education. All applications must be enclosed in en-
velopes marked “Appointments Board” in the top left hand corner
and must reseh the Department of Education by Tuesday, 8th Novem-
ber, 1950

|
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31.10.50.«3n,














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CHRISTMAS CARDS, TAGS
TAPES, HOLLY PAPER,
TREE DECORATIONS, Etc.

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you to save up to 25% on your round

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Music by Clevie Gittens Orehesjra

BYMIN AMARA HALIBORANGE
LIQUID PARAFFIN SYRUP OF FIGS.

RUSKS—Baby’s First Solid Food
Also a variety of CIGARS



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November 3 at their Cluj 8.8. “LIBERVILL? 28th Sept 12th Oct,
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Sails Sail
Name of Ship Montreal Halifax Barbades
S.S. “ALCOA PARTNER” Ovtober 27th Or Ps
3 2 ejober 30th N
a “ALLOA PEGASUS" November ‘0th November 13th Moverster aaa
ALCOA POLARIS November 24th Novernber Mth December 7th
NORTHBOUND
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PAGE EIGHT



Intermediate Cricket

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as the outfield was soaked
water.

2nd Div. Cricket:

3 OUTRIGHT
VICTORIES

ee oo md Division teams
‘cored outright victories as >
eighth series of these Sune
came to a close last Saturday.
Owing to the rain play was im-
possible on some of the grounds.

Empire, Regiment and Carlton
won outright from Harrison Coi-
lege, Central and Combermeve
respectively.








































c

te Empire, in their match against
ad College at Bank Hall batted on
{ the first Saturday of the match
j and made 114. College replied

with 44, G. E. Clarke
seoring with 21,

tep-

ic.

Bowling for Empire
Beckles took five fcr eight,
Rudder four fc. six and #. Fran-
cis one .or seven. Empire wen:
back to the wicket and knocked
up 18 for the loss off four wickets
before making the declaration
The four wickets were divided
between Dash and M. Worme.

College, in their second in-
nings, were all dismissed fot
27 and out of this Dash knocked
up 11. On _ this occasion S.
Rudder took four wickets for
two runs, S. Beckles five for 16
end C. Beckles one for seven.
Empire won by 61 runs.

In the
match Foundation
and knockel up
replied with 139.

Foundation went back to the
wicket last Saturday and ma’
69. Yard top-scored with 2
while Walcott. made 19.

In reply Carlton made 14 for
the loss of three wickets. to wii
the match by seven wickets.

Central, in their match agains!
the Regiment, batted first and
knocked up 92. Regiment replied
wita 116, Central were ail
bowled out in their second
innings for 65 last Saturday.

Regiment were given only 4!
runs for victory. They made 50
for the loss of six wickets to
win by four wickets.

Carlton-Foundatio'
batted first
80. Carltur

The results are as follows:
. Empire v, Harrison College
‘Empire 114 and (for 4 wick~
ets) 18.

Harrison College 44 and 27.







Black Rock, Pickwick in their first
innings were all dismissed for 53,
their collapse being due mainly to
the steady bowling of G. Gordon
who

all over in the first over he re-
ceived from Gordon.

with an inswinger and bowled hi
for five, Hope at the other end al
though a bit unsteady, also had
King caught when his score was
at five.

the
wood bowled at medium pace and

‘|D. Wilkie top-scoring with

Three Teams Already
Leading On Innings

MENTAL HOSPITAL, Empire and Wanderers gained
first innings lead over Pickwick, Windward and Y.M.P.C.
respectively on Saturday the first day in the Sixth Series
ntermediate Cricket Matches. At Boarded. Hall play
between Spartan and Cable and Wireless was not possible

and the wicket well under
wickets were

On all grounds,
At

uffected by the heavy rain.

had all the batsmen in a
juandry on a very tricky wicket.

A. E. Trotter who opened the
nnings with R. King was beaten

In the next
over, Gordon properly beat him

Gordon after bowling nine overs

in which he sent down two maid-
ens, took five of Pickwick’s wick-
ets for 22,
two each. Hope bowled six overs

Hope and Carter took

and three balls in which he con-
ceeded 15 runs.

Mental Hospital in their first
innings have replied with 110 runs.
R. Chase who was stumped while
moving out to drive Foster scored
a very painstaking 21 while Best
top-scored with 24. Tony Hoad
was the most suecessful bowler
for Pickwick and he took three of
wickets for 13 runs, Year-

although at times bothered the

batsmen, never acquired a steady

length and ended up by taking two
wickets for 13 runs. M. Foster who
also took two wickets but for 26
runs, at times failed to pitch up
the ball and was also unsteady.

The Follow-On

Pickwick by failing to avoid the
follow-on, are now 24 runs for
the loss of no wicket in their
second innings with R, Trotter not
out 17 and R. King not out four.
Both of the batsmen showed de-
termination to stay at the wicket
until the second day and survived
eight overs.

A fighting 35 by C. Harper
helped Empire to score 85 in their
first innings to which Windward
replied with 70. H. Farmer the
Windward medium pace bowler
claimed the wickets of G. Hink-
son and B, Bourne who was omit-
ted from the first eleven side
which played against Carlton. A
fine bowling spell by D. Wilkie
got him five of the Empire wickets
for 24 runs after bowling nine
overs. Harper was one of his vic-
tims when at 35, in trying to force
a ball off his pads was bowled.
V. Babb made an attractive 21 but
at times was very reluctant to hit
the long hops.

Windward in their first innings
were all bowled out for 70 —
18,
Pacer Rudder took four for 21 for
Empire while spinner Paul Wilkin
captured four for 23.

At Beckles Road, Wanderers are
in a good position for an outright



Carlton v. Foundation victory over Y.M.P.C. After
Foundation 80 and 69. winning the toss Skipper Hoyos
Carlton 139 and (for 3 wick-|sent Wanderers in to bat and at

ets) 14. the end of their first innings they
had scored 102 runs. M. Mayers

Regiment v. Central top-scored with 37. G, Archer
Central 92 and 65. bowling for Y.M.P.C. took four
Regiment 116 and (for 6] wickets for 30 runs after bowling

wickets) 48. over nine overs. !

) In their first turn at the wicket,
Y.M.P.C. could only manage to
collect 50 runs, of which Skipper

: i Hoyos top-scored with 16. L.
M. C.C. In Kee |Greeniage and M. Clarke worried
y li the sea batsmen quite a
te , deal and both of them took four
Fight In Austra ta wickets each for 22 runs.
(From Our Own Correspondent) ss The scores: —
ADELAIDE CRICKET GROUND, Oct, MENTAL HOSPITAL vs. PICKWICK
M.C.C. declared their first in- At BLACK ROCK
nings closed here to-day with a Pickwick’s First Innings c
lead of one run over South Aus-| A. E. Trotter b G. Gordon 5
- fs pe 5
tralia, who had scored 350. nh. G. Lewis b G. Gordon 0
In their second innings the} p. Wells @-Hape : G. Gordon 0
homesters had scored 20 without] 7. Hoad ¢ R, Rock b G. Gordon a
loss by the drawing of stumps. nS eee Carter 5
M. Foster b G. Gordo 13
a SCORES i. Hoad b C. Hope 6
\. England — Ist Innings 29 | O: Lashley bY. Carter 1
L, Hutton ¢ Langley b Hiern i C. Peterkin not out 1
Washbrook Lb.w., b Hiern 9 Extras 7
R, Simpson c & b Noblet . 119
J. Dewes b Noblet tah > 10 Total 53
B. Close c Noblet b McLean 4 BOWLING ANALYSIS
T. Bailey b Hole .......::++-- 6 Ce ee Re We
FE. Brown ¢ Dansie b Wilson . 16 1G. Gordon 9 2 22 5
G. Evans ec Duldig b Noble 38 10) Hope 683 3 15 2
D. Wright nog Ait .... ‘ 5 Sv. Carter 2.5 ae
R. Berry not out .........5.+ 5 Mental Hospital—First Inning:
Extras: 1b. 7, w. 2) . 9 | N. Burrowes l.b.w. b Lashley .... 0
“—— |G. Gordon ec Foster b Yearwood 10
Total for 9 wickets declared) 351 [R Rock b T. Hoad 8
a a, | Ve Boyce b W. Yearwood 0
Fall of wickets: 1-—H6, 2-186, 3—211.1G" Rest b B. Lewis 24
4-247, 5-266, 6-291, 7-299, 8-340, 9- | R. Chase stpd. b M. Foster 21
MO. . Hope stpd., b T. Hoad . 0
» Quintyne not out 4
BOWLING ANALY! Cc, Williams b C. Peterkin 17
Oo. M. R. W/V. Garter stpd. b T. Hoad 3
Noblet 310-5 679 3 LG. Knight b Foster ; 8
Hiern 20.2 54 3 Extras ieatiaithbe 15
McLean eae cer
Bowley B2 oars Total ; 0
Hole 17 4 #80 1 BOWLING ANALYSIS
Wilson A 20 4 56 1 Oo. M. R W.
South Australia — Second Innings O. Lashley 5 1 15 1
McLean not out 2] W. Yearwood 5 1 13 2
Dansie not out 18 | T, Hoad 6 1 18 3
Extras 0 }]B. Lewis eg 18 1
—— |M. Foster ess eee
‘. Total for no wicket 20 [C. Peterkin 14 0 4 1
—- | D. Wells Re 5 OO
BO NLING ANALYSIS Pickwick—2nd Innings
Oo. M, R. W./\. E. Trotter not out . 7
Bailey 2 0 12 0/1. D. King not out 4
Warr 4 3 3 9 OP Wa gahees ated Haeneh 3
Brown. |; ..<0¢s3s.., 2 1 5 0 Ye act
Wright Go % o #0 Total (for no wicket) 24






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ANALYSIS
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G. Gordon 3 0
Hope 3 1
Carter 1
Knight 1 0
EMPIRE vs. WINDWARD
Empire—ist Innings
G, Hinkson ¢ Armstrong b MH, Farmer
B, Bourne c Thorne b H. Farmer
C. Rice b Wilkie
C. Harper b Wilkie
V. Babb c H. Farmer b Thornton
N, Symmonds not out
(. Harris ¢ H. Farmer b
P. Wilkin b Wilkie
E. Barrow ¢ Thornton b Wilkie
G. Rudder ec R. Farmer b Thornton
N, Sealy c H. Farmer b R, Farmer
Extras |

BOWLING

v
c

Wilkie

Total
BOWLING ANALYSIS
oOo M.
& 2

9 2
3 0

H. Farmer

D, Wilkie

H. Farmer

R, Farmer 4 42 0

H. Thornton 3 0
Windward—tst Innings

E. Evelyn c Rudder b Harper

C. Seale Lb.w., b Rudder

H. Farmer ¢ Sealy b Rudder

H. Farmer run out

N. Thornton c Wilkin b Rudder 7

K. Durant ¢ Bourne b Wilkin

R. Farmer c Bourne b Wilkin

D. Wilkie b Wilkin

R,. Armstrong b Wilkin

R. Farmer '. Rudder

H. Davies not out

Extras

Total
BOWLING ANALYSIS
Oo. M
il 5
7 1
a 1

G. Rudder
Cc. Harper
P. Wilkin

Y.M.P.C, vs. WANDERERS
Wanderers—ist Innings



V. Lewis ¢ D, Greenidge b E. Branker 7
D. Alleyne c B, Greenidge b Webster 2
M. Clarke b BE. Branker 4
M. Mayers c¢ (Wk. McKenzie} b
A. cher 37
A. Seale ¢ (Wk. McKenzie) b Archer §
J. Massiah c L. Greenidge b Archer 27
L. Greenidge c K, Branker b Archer 6
K.: McBeth |.b.w., b Porter 0
HH. Ramsay e Archer b Porter 1
C. Pieree run out 4
M. Proverbs not out 4
Extras 5
Total 102
BOWLING ANALYSIS
oO M R w
D. Greenidge 5 3 7 0
HH. Webster 4 1 6 1
H. Branker 9 4 23 2
K, Branker 4 0 15 n
G. Archer 93 1 30 4
D. Porter 4 0 15 2
“ Y.M.P.C.—IJst Innings
C. Green ¢ McBeth b Clarke 2
\.. Greenidge lb.w., b Clarke 4
sf cwennis c & b Clarke - 0
. Pronker c Seale b L. Greenidge 6
H. Webster b Greenidge ..... rai 7
D. Porter ¢ & b Greenidge 4
B. Hoyos fe w.k. Lewis) b Clarke 1f
D. Greenidge ¢ Proverbs b Greenidge 6
G. Archer run out ruiemeie, 52
K, Branker not out 0
1, Burke absent 0
Extras 4
Total $i ‘ 50
. BOWLING ANALYSIS
O\.M.” Row
1. Green'dee 10 4 22 4
M, ‘Proverhs o 1 2 0
M. Clarke 15-892 4





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TODAY
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Sun Sets: 5.37 p.m.
Moon (Last Quarter) Novy,
Lignting: 6.00 p.m.
High Water: 7.01 a.m., 6.21
p.m,

YESTERDAY
Rainfall (Codrington) nil
Total for month to yester-
: day: 11.26 ins.
Temperature: (Max.) 85.5°F
Temperature: (Min.) 73.5°F
Wind Direction (9 a.m.) E,

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Canadian Exporters Must
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from page 1

“est market among all the British | exporters. Prospects
Crown Colonies for Canadian
zo00ds. prove.
The agreement does not guar-| large potato exporters said

intee any markets for Canadian | was told by a West Indies buyer

roods but stipulates that B.W.1.|/ in Montreal recently that doll
Governments must
icences for a minimum of one-| Nova Scotia potatoes.
third and one-half of the value |
»’ goods shipped during the peak} ager of the
vears, ; 1,| Bureau said

though the

Apples for Trinidad | ket for lumber,

Marit:me exporters in
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Canadian goods,
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VISIT

oe anes said that Annapolis} Making its second visit to the

alley apples might find a mar-| island yesterday was the 41-ton] Pon's Miss Our on a long-planned

ec whee ee motor vessel “C. L. M. gr von! outing or party . . . when Paradol
P a Bre; Cased. e said| which brought a cargo of fres ; iodic
however, that the remainder of! fruit 4,000 feet of cedar boards quickly helps to relieve peri

the West Indies Cemanded dessert | from Trinidad.

apples alm’st twice the size of The “C. L. M. Tannis’” was z :
tros® grown in Nova Scotia. | bere a year ago with passengers compounded from 4 ee.
Fletcher Smith, Executive | srom Aruba. The vessel is equip- Paradol is excellent for headaches,
Member of the Canadian Atlan-| ped with a twin screw engine too. Get Dr. Chase's Paradol |
tic Fish Exporters Association | xnd can do as much as 10 knots. today—the name “Dr. Chase” is \|
said that the lifting of import Other arrivals yesterday were} your assurance. 25 |!
vestrictions might mean that! the Enterprise S.” from Tohago rT \)
Eastern Canada could regain | and the “D’Ortac’ from British DR. CHASE’S i
markets lost in Trinidad and | Guiana, These vessels brought) oe
Jamaica. He added that markets | between them supplies of ee : PARAD L }
weie lost for this year as the | wood, charcoal, fibre; guava Jey | Quick ief from Pain =
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Water Polo Practice
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Twe ‘\eams selected trom the
following eighteen girls will play
a practice match at the Barbados
«aquatic Club this afternoon,
Marion Taylor, Toni Browne,
Roberta Vidmer, Freida Carmich-
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Benjamin, Joyce Allan, Jean
Chandler, Claudette Chandier,
Phyllis Chandler, Pat Mahon,
Rosie Lewis, Heather McKinnon,
Mary Knight, Gill Reed and
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Team “A” M.°Foster, D. Ban-
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Reserves, C. McLean, F. Man-
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PACE SIX BARBADOS ADVOCATE TUESDAY, OCTOBER M, IW THE LONE RANGER BY FRANK STRIKER | T=i 1 fit nraiiuOMCBlED I'M MUKHJ MM RIP KIRBY BY ALEX RAYMOND **8 rMhr****^-!*" Z DON'T H-INK 5D... j-i A FUSS** .SOUND... toj ass NOT AS OCGO A SWOT JA YOJ BOASTED. m.„AW GUN,., "S THC V\A6*I Ml %  & PUU.I *>*.. E.G£ S-O* -Ou THE PHANTOM UE0iMO...<:'*.KiaaT> ICOAT.-M/lMXUXIl SOJRS >) B3*^ MAN../ WOW M*V I..I PEEL I MUST.../ STIU, M IN THOM RUINS.... BY LEE FALK ft RAY MOORES VHitts umr rue mm*nt THIWINLMM6.VDU c(r CIOEE ft waicw sqim^ MILES Of JUMSLE AND FftCE *I8jffl IX OLKt £0MEB0PV STOLE ^TTfUUl % %  M NO*fSI IF WE SOT Km \ !*<£, Two cure HEW MOIMWfJ ^*y wouLWrvooFOiserr'^ foPA?rj~ hi•• s-^ia 'PHEIR good looki tell you they're just right. You know, too, when you look at the price tag, that you can't get finer value. Illustrated u a Two-tune Brogue. Tied to every pah* i> the John Whito Guarantee Shield—the >ign which aieaaa )u*i right'! Look for it in heading •tores in Barbados. made by JOHN WHITE means made just right J MOWThe Answer to your Transport Problem Massey Harris WHEEL TRACTORS (42 B.ll.P.) Also available with s.,-,1 win-els and Half Track. (For Ploughing) 10ADDITIONAL SHIPMENT DUE SHORTLY. COURTESY GARAGE While Park Road. — (ROBERT THOM. LTD.) — Dial 4391 PAA off.rs CltPPOf CV-240 MtVKI SAN JUAN ST. THOMAS ST. CROIX GUADILOUPI MARTINIQUE ST. JONS ST. LUCIA PORT OF SPAIN The Cl.pp*' CV-240 If ocknowledged lo be the motl advanced type airplane of in kind. Hi extra large picture window., wide okhi and in 40 roomy, fecline-toyOur-comfort i*ati, weave* poiwngir 1 the utfttwet (Vn comfort and luxury in flight. %  y providing iK., nml m+4een. la it, dependable Clipper on this route, PAA it contributing to the u d 1 u 11 tae n eat of the ropidly growing taurkt area in the itlaodhelw—w Puerto Rico and Trinidad. For full information ed reiervatiOM, tenw*l yer travel agent or PwAMaueut WOULD AmwArs PAA lucci.u a Co., i.w Broad SI. M I1U (after koan :M3I •'.v. ','.-.->*.'.^s iiUt^a^l "ORYJIMMS MJU your peUol ration go furi'ttr by fitting %  Zcnuh Carburetter. In meauired end Uulilcvv. nxiirol over (he C.-rihulion of ixiwci. Ui .1.1..ifinn 1 ctpoiuit i'"c" -nd proved depcnd.ibiliti. fultil all the icgutienienti of ihe peiibCt JibuieKef. No oruk-i /eorUl i* filled 10 mm iban 60% of tbe vdMRM on live road ioda> *%** We can supply .... CARBURETTORS ami REPLACEMENTS For all Popular Makes ECKSTEIN BROTHERS BAY STKILT DIAL 4M1 The next Issue of The TELEPHONE DIRECTORY is now being prepared SUBSCRIBERS Examine your listings and notify the Company in writing by the 31st October, 1900, of any changes you may require. ADDITIONAL LISTINGS and LARGE TYPE HEADINGS can be had at $1.00 each per issue. THE BARBADOS TELEPHONE COMPANY LIMITED. 2.



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PACE EKillT ItXRHWMtS AllVOCATE TITI>AV. OtTOBEK 31, 1S0 2nd Hi. Irirko: 3 OUTRIGHT VICTORIES Inlrrmrdialr frirkel Three Teams Already Leading On Innings 'M rtbSPITAL Krnpm' jml Wart.prrrs % "sinnd i lead ovr Pickwick, Windwfrd and Y iturday '.hflrst day in the Sixth Crick* Matches. At Boarded Hall plaj fpartan and Cable and Wireless was not po*.*i61e al ih outAeld ma socked nt the wicket we] water. — i Oi Mavi lam At lack Rock. Plfkwicfc in their first minus wore all dismissed for 53, .|iw being due mainly to the steady bowling of G. Gordon ho had all the batsmen in a •andry on a very truky picket \ K Trottet who opened the Inning* with II Kinc w beaten v IT he reeatvad fron Gorton in as* next Oordoo properly ticai him n inswmgei and Ixcvled hltn. for five Hope at the other end al" though H hit unsteady, also had KIHK eatagM when his %  at live. Gordon after bowling nine overe Which he sent down Iwo maidens, look live of l'ickwtck'9. wickatl (a B Hop! and Carter took two each Hope howled six overs bain In which he con%  eded is runs Menial Hospital in their first %  Bva replied with llfl runa I who wa stumped while rive Foster scored very painstnktng 21 while Best (op-scored with 24 Tony Hnad waf the moat Mircessful bowler fea Pickwick oiid he took three of the wickets tor 13 runs. Yearwood bowled al medium pace arwi although at times bothered the never acquired a steady length and ended up hy taking two II run* M Foster who also took two wickets but for 26 runs, at times failed to pitch up the ball and was also unsteady. The Kollow-On MAI K HOME lh. Tb i Seen] DteuH .cored outright victories •igMh r.erie of these games %  elose last Saturday Owing to lh.. rain play was impossible on some of the grounds Empire. Regiment and Carlton won outright from Harrison Oh lege. Central and Comberme e i es|n-ctively Empire, in then match agait.*'. -.1 Bank Hall batted on Hie first Saturday ol the match nrrtt made II* College replied with 44. G E Clarke topscoring with 21. buwlitui for Empire Beckles took live lC tour arkk> I before making the declaration The fow wickets were divld" I Hash and M Wnrme College, In their I ntngs. were all dismissed t 2? and out of thia Dash knock' up II. On this occasion Rudder took four wickets Two runs. S Beckles five for II Heckles one for seve fc ap ii e won by 01 runs. 1 tru Carlu i-Fouiida: batted fini BO. Carl! roatch Fouidat nocka i lephed with 110 Foundation went back to thl w ickct last 'Miturday and ma r.. Yard U p-scored with 2 while Walcott made 19. .1. Carl tun made 14 1 %  the loss ot three wickets to Wii the match by seven wickets. Central, in their match age" 1 'he Regiment, butted llrat an i up Regiment replied li 118. Central were ail bowlel out us their aecoi innings for * lust Siilurday. Regiment were given only 4: runs for victory. They made H for the loss of six wickets ...... b! ftW wirkeU. AN rl Inc. The m rle-. .iinif at theli %  pta nil in a iiel'ili .in;.'. Afternoon Tw< following eighteen ^uls will play a practice match al the Barbados fMBJUaUc Club Ihu afternoon. Marion Taylor, Toni Browne. KotM-rta Vidmer, Freuu Carmlch.icl. Anne Eckstein. Joyce lefc. hiein. Ramona Corrigan, Gillian Joyce Allan. Joan (handler, Claudetue Chandiei Phyllis Chandler. Pat Mahon. Roslc Lewis. Heather McKlnnon Mary Knight. Gill Rei Patience Sumncr-Moore After this match there will be a men's game The two teams to play are as follow*:— Team "A" M Foster. U. Bannister, K. Ince. (Captl. G Foste.', H Weatherhead. (.. Jordan, C r.velyn Team "B" H. Foster. O. Mc Lean. (Capt>. J. Grace, C Patterson. T. Yearwood. B Manning. M. Fitzgerald Reserves, C. McLean, F. Manning. E. Johnson. Play begins at 4.45 %  ubstltutes will be used In place of those selected, who are not I g the -tart of play. I UI-IKI .. V IM" Ml' %  %  Birr — I.I I.,,,,... .... ,. %  .... ii H ram 1 Tru* reull> are : mpir. v. Ilarrli Empire 114 and 18 a roUowa: M.C-C. declated their first innings closed here lo-day with a lead of one nm over South Australia, who had scored 350. In their second innings the homesters had scored 20 without loss by the drawing of stumps. aoataaa lnl< — !• laalas* L Hultoii c Lanswv t> Illn %  Wsrtbrook n>*. b HI. i II w H. ain.p...o o Nobh-i l j Eaww N"M' I" B Oomr t Nublet D M.U*n T. E-tlcb Hole Y. Hri>wn .' D*n-I* l> WllMin O. gfvam <• Duklis b Noblel Wrist>l >* -/n H. I Extra*: 1* w, 3> Total (oi • vrkkrl* dKlaredi nuWLINU ANALVSl* Pickwick i.\ i.uiinn to avoid the follow-on. are now 24 runs tor the loss of no wicket in thei yecond innings with R Trotter not • ut 17 mid R. King not out four Imlh il Hie bataman showed determination to . Wilk got him five of the Empire wickets for 24 runs after bowling mm -if his vie lima whan at I, In trying to lore* a ball off his pudt was bowled V. Babb made an attractive 21 hut ;ii Umei #ei van raluetant ti the long hops. Windward In thnr lir-t inninnarara all bowled out lot 70 runs. I Wilkie li. II -scoring with 18. Pacer Rudder IO..K four for 21 for Empire while spinner Paul Wllkli oapiured rout for 23. At Beckles Road. Wanderers ar in a aiHid position for an outright r-klOf) "vcr Y.M P.C Aflei winning the ton Skipper ,,, > sent Wanderers in to but and the end of their Aral innings Ihey had scored 102 runs M Mayers lop-scored with 37. G Archer 'Miwling for Y.M.P C took four tickets for 30 runs after bowling ivi'i nine overs. In their first turn at the wi. k.i VMI'l could only manage to %  nllr.1 Ml urns. 0i v. Inch Skippei Hoyos top-scored with 16. L Gri'ciinige and M Clarke worried the Y.M.P c bataman quite ., deal and both of than) took tour tickets each TOT 22 runs. The scores: -.M \L.-Il.ll. UcLnti nol mil mil BO VIJNG ANALYSIS N.STM MO.rilM .. nisi Al BLACK SOCK ri(hlrk. Ilt.l 11.1.1-c I I r*uei 1 '• c.ofOoo ; 11 Kins c Bvib It C. Ilopr ; ii Uwla b C Gonlon I Well, c HOP* li tl ttariloi. T Unul f B Buck b O OonlMi W Vmrwood l> V Carl.i c Evelyn •U-.-nt M r !" i*r G. Oitrrton HOWLING ANALYSIS .1.1 M... ...! 1.... roivr. I b b l-^lr VMI.II i-t b M ronlrt H<*' .lp-1 b T. HMMI Wimam b C Pl*rkln l.iin mpd. b T Himrt Knitfhl l> TafXri r. (i — HOWLING ANALYSIS li K iflaiixr to WllRlf Ilabli I H HI 'I t ..ul ii ratm*! IKIWI.IN<; ANALYaU nM.rl-1il liii.ii.il. i ll.irtiif" b Harp,I C r*lr I b.W b ItiifMrr II raimn c Healv b Hudfln H Fimr run oul N TIIOMIII.II | Will.n 1. Hurt.!.! K Dufanl c Bourn.I. Wllk ii ramwr %  itou "• > %  wfifcti n wm.. %  II Annilrnnj b Wllhln %  ... imwi iNi; ANALY-iI-i Harm., With I ii M. CMrtM b E GT-i-nlHr I. F. nrankn .... Hrarikn > %  HrKMU Keattel b Archer HaaaMli i i. OrenMM UrPfnidsr .• K m-itkei b Aichrr b.W. b P..tr Bamuv e Alchvr b PorMr BOWIJNG ANA1.YIH ClKvmitlr % %  Bras*> Ill.nk.i T a.rc — m i.,n,... M.Hr'h b I l..m* (JrrnlibM I b.W b CU'k* Mt-Kanrla t A h Clark. l>-nkrr c Scalp l> I. arnnldsa I Wvhiln b <.-. ."Hrtj,* I I'lifl-r ,• I. r,i~ald,. I HotM (• m k Ixwl.i b f-larbp 1 (•rrrnliUa r Piovnba b ( Archer run *ut lliankrr not oul %  '*-"" .. BOWLING ANALYST". Thr WralhtT TODAY; Sen Ki.c*. S.JU a.m Sun Sits: j.37 p in. Moon iLj^t Quarier) Nov. J %  ilitMlng: a.m. High Hater: 7.11 am 8.21 P m VISTEBILVV Rainfall iCudrlngtati) nil Total for month t yeaterdaj: II Mi Ins. Temperature: iMav.) 8.%.5*K Temperature: (Mill) IS.S'F Wind Direction IA a.m.) i (3 pm ) 111 Wind Vetoetty: 6 miles per haur. Haromrler l ami 29.8B:> (3pm ) 29 8> ri>th-li i K Tiotu-r IHI! mil II Kins ii..i oul Vt hat's on Today Maatftac, LeglaUUve t'ouii-il at 200 p.m. Meetlnx. House of Asnemhlt at 3 ao p m M.ihil. Cinema. < .urin.,1. Planutlon Yard. St Joaeph. at 1 30 p m fUxing, Yankee Stadium al 8 30 p m They'll Do It Every Time By Jiiruny Haclo Canadian Exporters Must Boost West Indian Trade g from page I contracts with British salt tUh i Bmong all the BrlUah exporters Prospects in other n Canadian | West Indie, markets should ini prove. K. L Plneo, one of the large potato exporters said h. was told by a West Indies buy -i In Montreal n-cently that dollar) would soon be available to bu< own -•oods. al does not guarBMU keti For Canadian ;oods but Mlpulataa that B.W.I Gnveinnietits must provid ,.n' mum of on •Nova Scotia potatoes. %  i.iif of the value J ft, Bigclow. Secretary Manhipi':l during the pen* ager of the Maritime Lumbei ears. i |. Bureau said though the We* Indies were never a major market for lumber. "We welcome i as an alternative market "—(CPi Commonwealth Game Drawn LUCKNOW. < The Commonwealth Touring ciicket team drew their three day match with the Unite*. 1 1 e v e n here. The Commonwealth scored 333 and 124 for 4 wickets declared. TtU Governor's learn made 1BT and 36 for three wicket*. —Keeter *VsW yo* heard about HrtMV Apples for I i .mil.id Maritime exporters in Halif.n a Icomi <1 the .innouncemcii' root Olt.iwa that the Britia i West Indies win allow more Tanadinn goods. K J Leslie. Oej aral laenagaa i fliNova Scotia Apple Murke'. • i-S Hoard said lhal AimapoUs I Making iU second visit to thi Vallesapples might find n marijignd scslerday was the 41-lon ket in Trinidad when import motor vessel "C L. M. Tannis' an cased. He aan wh | ch brought a cargo of fresh hnwe\'er. thai t ia remainder of ] fruit 4,000 feet of celar board! %  TANNIS' ON SECONO WST Ike w*a %  b eraanded owaaari appka aim st twtoa Ike size ot icon grown In Nova Scotia flctcheSmith. Bxeculiv..' from Trinidad. The *"C. L. M. Tannla" fl hsea n year ago with passenge Aruba. The vessel is equipMemlx-i of the Canadian AtUnped with a twin screw engine snd can do as much as 10 knots. Othe anlvals yesterday were thai tne Kntcrwise S from Tot'ago and the "D'Ortac' from British Guiana. These vessels brought between them supplies of flrenbre; guava jelly and liiithiT i;oods. tic Fis i Ex porters A ai.i UIHI the lifting of Import Uons mi^hi mean Baal i Cam I could narkati lost in Trinidad and Ha .i Ida i thai markaai WVIP lost fm thi.s year us th two colonies recently sign** 1 ; Seats Still Available for both Night and Matinee for BLITHE SPIRIT AT THE EMPIRE THEATRE ON Thursday & Friday (A Baibadoi Dramatic Club Production ) jKOPIjJ ,. -fiS TV woe pep*T. SUPFERIN6 i1VI T.UAM WHO RAS IO '. HIS LINES OrP A a BCrtRC 1 "T-IANK -ns K6RMIT SMFFEK,3-t NEW w cm; n.y THANI'S SALE MANY ALLURING OFFERS AWAITING YOU IHt.XT MISS THIS I.Ill II MONEY-SAVING EVENT tisir ia -II ii THANI'S Prince Wm. Henry St. V/////,w/.'/V>'///.v/.v.v.vt>'^f romii UWaiimji, DOICT Miss OUT on a long-pUnncd outing or party . when Paradol ouicWy helps to relieve i-n'-lic pains, without diugieeable .etdown or;after-efiects( Scientifically compounded from 4 ingredients— Paradol is escellcnt for headaches, too. Get D. Chase's r\.r:uM today—the name "Dr. Chase" ii your assurance. IS DR. CHASE'S PARADOL —— QakfcSaW *• a* — ERNIESDemocraev C There will be a mwiing to dismiss the Aral day's programme, starting al 5.30 p.m. on Friday next. At Ihe same time the Hon. V. C Gale. MI.r. Will present the Barbados cricketen with their medals, donated b. Krrua Proctor and specially unpo led by Louis Baylcy. Cold Buffet. Fresh Shrimp Cocktails, Patties. Sti fie.I egg* Ul key an I ham. Hussian salad, prune Melba. mince pies. (II Special drinks .. Bell Whisky, acknowlelged by connoisseurs, the wor'd over as the finest ever distilled n Scotland. (2) J. N. Goddard's Gold Braid "Cough Mixture" which WM partly responsible for so many maidens being bowled over bv the, victorious team on their recant visit to England 4tflN* tMPROVCD \ ODEXSOAP O Gets akin reallj clean O Banishes perspiration odour LttHt body met tod dainty Kn7 / • % %  I'" %  *" • *p *•. tail" %  Wgf / m mild uri .r. -. %  •/ A d-iU h-rh.. OdMMIdrAllvla m • Thsnki to Flei.chmr.no'. VmaX Ridng Dry Yenst bOOM bakkaj easier . results arc better. This new granule resit %  lays full itiencth for wrrki. If vou bnke at home keep Btvwal weeks' supply on hand — KleiSchmann'i Dry Yeast a as freih when you usit at the dav you buy it. Ask your grocer toda> for Fleuchmann's Fa^ Ruing Dry Yeast. "Hit Alt VOU OOi 1 BpfiafetS hue lukewarm natir. i. Let t,.n,l to minutei Then •or. 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WtSDAY\ OCTOBER 31, 19S0 BARBADOS ADVOCATE PAGE FIVE Swizzle Slick, Chain Making Earn A Living PUTV-SIX-VEA1H>UM. Callendar of Deacon. Roat. h" Mfn makm, dog-ch.ui.. .wivah. lo. pick,. cg,-wh„. thrarpoim forks .nd IWSBII Meta roi the past , arilcle. In ihc Clly and his familia, y I". -Chain.' Chains: Dog. Chain, or S i. _Callcndar lol.l On Advocate yes•"•/,'" % %  *' k another nn doing the same trade but he selL. U article. ouUlde the City and ia country dutricU In th,day, when the Central IToundr, Dock, went under the hjal of Ularkwoud's Dry Docks, Callcular worked there He afterwards left Ihis job and wl I ta Agricultural Department. Hi. rani Job was thai of a gardc-i,,., nut doctors advised him lo Btn lip this type of work a> il was injurious lo his health. *" then lhal C'illcr„i.n J, JKS 1 "' ft"" hu h,ni1 '' > m k = n 111 ing B ,id he sought his prenn trade From time i„ ,|me he mad cnaln.., swiveU etc. until ha i, r csJHe perfect. .i^T '"h.""? "'""' hardware 1^1 C "> *'"" hl > articles. .rpeciall, durl „g |hc wm W|U[ jMrdld a good trade He said yeserd Thing, are not very bright X ,?'" '"" n lkc %  'Ivhig • %  Callendar sell, dog-chains at 2/6 each, swivel. 12 or U cant. '" S*. 18 <*"•" wholesale and I/O retail, and egg-bcalers 18 cents fir. "V" ,lK *> repairs to these article.. 'pHF sli.vim cur which was preented lo the winner of the All ilar Talent Show held at lh< Globe llieni,,. „„ Sunday nignl. was carried IT by Clayton Thomii. •on Thompson was very good, with hi. version of "Chatanoog. &hoe Shine." Neville Phillips, who sang So Lfve" wa, second while third position went to Byron Bollock who sang "Bless Thl, It Rudolph Hind, was loudly applauded for singing "Ave Maria" while Irvto Harris played the piano and sang "Night and Day" Another hit of the night wa, toe miie-year-old Calypsoulan Lord Fauntie-Roy who delighted the audience with his own composition. Modern Girl, Ain't Got No Respect". The Guest Star of the night was Master Trevor Marshall and he ng Stormy Weather" AN ACCIDENT occurred ai %  %  Prince William Henry stree. at about 11 o'clock yesterday morning between a motor car owned by Charles Swan of Bcllcplaine, SI. Andrew und driven 1M Dudley Harewood of lluwcll Cross Road, and a bicycle owned by Livingstone Small. ..Th .J • %  %  "Il wa. Informed by the Police that an agreement was reached between the two parties A BICYCLE, owned and ridden •'si by Sydney Callendar of Collymore Rock, was damaged in an accident along Pine Plantation Koad al about 9.45 yesterday morning. Also involved was another cycle owned and ridden by MacDonald Boauck of the Ivy. St Michael AfiOURERS are at present cul. a— ling down the largest Iree a i "W.kclleld". too VJCCAa, new headquarters. This is a sandbox tree behind the building. Nearly ell the other tree, have already bean cut down. A few more trees "5^," larfie quantity of glass are JU that is left of this once beuutllUi orciuin; %  XE MOBILE CINEMA will give a show at Cambridge PUntanon yaM, 31 ,^ TJO to-night. Park At 'Graveaend'? The stretch of land between Needham's Point and ihe Aquatic Club's premises serves many purposes. There one finds one of the best and most popular bathing beaches In the island There is the Government Rifle Range. There js the B U.O.C. premises. during the war. some members of Ihe local Regiment establish til quarters. Now. someone has sugiesled %  roa should be turned Into a park IK> park, the spot has a nalural baailty, and yearly, excursionists from co u n tr y oBfbrlca. have spent holidays ther* with .is much gusto as town folk have spent tnem at Bathsheba At Needham's Point, the lighthouse stands sentinel over the coastal waters. Near the Itchthouse grow many grape trees. The grapes are not very juicy, but that doM iui( %  %  i> beaehbtn from enjoying them. Then there Is dense shrubbery, tall al* Rratghi rir trees planted to ii.k Hke pillars in the Among these plants and shrubs more than %  lie which Five the area enc of its %  -;. pleasant one. There is also the perpetual smell of ell Iron, the BrlHs* Union oil Company on whose barb the warning smoking Warning Sign are other stuns—those in i.IT bathers and pedesien the members of the Barbados Rifle Association are sending bullets whining across from either of the live r.mj-cs But It is as a good bathing spot that this part of the island Is more closely associated in the public mind. On Thursday evenings. workers enjoying the weekly half holiday, and other people go there arge numbers. Thev swim h crictet, skip and do BtnCH -minis. There is a large bathing shed hich can be used for a small price There are still some however, who do their undressing and dressing under low hanging trees H,u Sirevt School once ..,-,-upied part of the area when the school premise, were being repaired. To the west of the bench M the Military Cemetery which has given the spot its popular name of "Gravcsend." lOMI.IlN \U \IIIM. MAM HI Then chlch \ Local St. Vincent De Paul Society Helps Poor The works of charity begun by Anioine Frederic Ozanem under he patronage of St. Vincent Ue Paul since 1833 are still being perfumed all over the world by nbers of the branches uf the Society 0 f S1 Vincent de Paul. (liming the Barbados Branch. Headquarters of the Society here is St. Patrick's Roman Catholic Church. There are about 24 active members. Work of the Society Is to help the less fortunate irrespective of race, colour or creed. Among their activitus Is the giving of a Christmas and Easter dole; regula: weekly financial aid, and occaonally a special grant to poor people; assisting with funeral expenses; furnishing medicine for poor; repairing of houses. Members meet every Tuesday night when cases requiring help a e put up and members are appointed to investigate those ca At the next meeting a doclsioi made as to whether the cases are deserving, and If so how fr in the Society help. For finance the Society depends on donations from individuals and firms, from collectons received al the church door ifteSunday Mass and at mcetngs. from the sale of tickets for NMlllglll Mass and the (,i, i Friday Service and from lumbl sales. For Qurtiv Up Manure %  U DM %  %  i .twa.tmf %  rnuriaVo of potash from -"if the i.imuuus %  %  %  %  .iid lo th,. west end of the %  ren tiischarging tn lo lie the t t.> v" '" In. rv loaded Thl. > aU %  traffic jam on | wharf. tea fremhtcr ss Of •ursi bi ought a shipment of Ihi potash from Friday. The lorries were taking the >fash from the wharf i\> the is plantations in the island ie use aa manure. I III I ROOK which tnakea •' GOD'S WAY OF SALVATION PLAIN" 1'lr.wr write tor one Samuel KuberU. tlnpal Book and Trsn Ser\'ire. 3(1. Central Avrnue. Baagor N Ireland' LORR1BR awaiting loads of manure occupied lulf the width of the wharf for about IM yard* reatcrday. St. Joseph Vestry Want Roads Rebuilt THE ST JOSEPH VESTRY at thtil m, r decided to approach Ihe Government lhrou?li Ihi II MnUttvfjg in the House in order tu m [und the roads in ihe parish which were du. iged etime impassable due to the i-ecent heavy rains. Mr. J. A. Haynes who brought lip the mailer said that they had a tremendous rainfall In the parish for the year and recently they had so much rain that a considerable amount ol damage had been done to some of the roads, rendering itiem impassable He said that It was the Vestry's duty to take some note of th s matrtr as it was going to create hardships on the parishioners. Spa. Fruitful ll.n and Cocoonul Roads were Impassable aiul In would like the Highway Coiuinissloneni of the parish to do everything in Iheir power to ban the-^e roads repaired as quickl-J as possible. Mr. C, A. Williams poii.:rd out that as a member of the Highway Commissioners of the parish. th.i* Board had brought the mat'ter to the attention of all the necessary authorities, but nothing had bee-i done. In i'he meantime, the Commissioners were doing all thev possibly could to assist in havinn the roads Wpal. .-d for th* bervtV of the par sh loners. Mr <; R. HuJion said that Chimborazo Road had been in > state of disrepair since the end ol the crop. Governor Knows The Chairman said that tha Governor knew about the situaUon with regard to the bad condition o( the roads in th e parish, as only lust night he was hi the parish and he (the Chairman) hud taken up \he matter wiih Inm He said that they had their Highway Commissioners nnd he was sure that they would do thclr part when they were appealed 0) for help Mr 1. E. Smith sad that he hnd approached tho Director o' Highways and Transiiort in coriBgCtlOf] wiih repairs to ihe Castle Grant Road In the parish and he uiven the a>surance that he quite willing to assist, bin owing lo thp amount of rainfall wh'ch the parish was getting at the I'me. he did not think it wise i< tart woik on the road. Mi Smith said that he agreed with the Director in that reaped". They hnd soft soil m the parish d with the amount of ram they were geVtlng 4 was of no us,trying to start on work of that kind it would only mean a waste of I'.bour and material. He however ffomised the Vestry thai he would Jo everything In his po* 1 | 01 the representatives in the House (or the parish to get funds for .he repair of the roads. The Vestry next dealt with reports of Ventry exhibit oners al Oueens College. Lodge School. Comberrnars) school nnd st Michaels Girls' School. The Vestry dccocd to write to Ihe parent:, of P. Leroy Stuart, a |.upll of Combermcr,. Bd warning them that if vhe boy's r-port at the end of tins term ir unsatisfactory, the sch. will be ..1 km away. Th 1 fh rrl occasion on which he wa? warned for having unsatisfactory 1 pon Scholarship Withdrawn The Vestry decided to withdraw the scholarship from Winifred Thomas, a pupil of Si Michael's Girls' School a*, the end of mis term as she had been warned on several occasion* by th. v having unsatisfactory n, On motion of Mr. W. T. Gotvhng. the Vestryinstructed the Cler-. to rite headmasters and headmistress^ of the various se*'. ondary scnools asking them to I send in ti the '/estry a report Of all Vestry exi.lUtlnqo-s at the sa'^e time they were sending out reports to the paren* of the children The Vestry decided to use £1.500 Uiey ..dd in the bank for the pur pose of enclose ,. ground for the pari*h churcn. crect.ng a latrine for %  *• said'] rhurch and finishing the enclosure .r the St. Ann's church ^ I yard, instead of borrowing money I! I for the purpos* This money had been put aside for rsbuUdlag tinIsolation hospital, ThVes.ry receiveil the And, tors' Statement of the Dispensary for the year ending March 2< 1930. Mcmin nj L, C. Mallal eu (Chairman), Mr. W. R. Coward (Chun Mr. L. E Smith. M C P Mr. J. A. Haynes, Mi G 1 Mr. C. A. Williams. Mr I, 1. Grill. Mr W T OootUflf; Mr. H. A. i irtar, Mr J H. Branch, "Beagle Buoy" Warm of Shallows The sh,.llo.s oil Hi I'IIMU ate Dkarktd by %  Molea khapod "beagle buoy", painted black at the top and red at Ul rly yesterday, the tiovemwaterboat "Ida" dropped of these buoys in about 8V1 fathoms of water The buoy % % %  !Ve* as ., %  .. iniing 1" bl| : lii| al the shallow water and only 'mall vessels navigate Inside of It. Ii 1 an ht easily seen during the day but not at night The iii^lu is (.van by the Needham's Point lighthouse, heagle huoy dropi %  > 1 terday ,. ing the time 11 %  • "marker buo. took its place i'i 1 %  H buoy s brought bnck yi--• %  %  the "Ida". Nationalisation at from %  ••:• 4 indie purmatorialH. \-oi ksiieps %  : tile plan is. it was MMdd SJD ItrsT to paj I nxe.1 basic wage to Ulbour, a Ma na ging Dsractar, and *% divldand on Capital Than v. pg HM Should I' 1 %  DC "rtaerve*-, and what was left iiiviiUii, bj imitual %  en capital, manand I ('^nir. \ >v there came a day when the scheme wu vtaaroualy tested. Thi re was u ehance lo M-cure Ecg the hig number of 350 n --• -, many more than the Of" Lllpul Of the firm And lo! 10 meet the emergency the workmen voluntarily offered lo move up from a 40-hour to a 60-hour i.r.. and thOy maililuiiuit Ibil big extension for six months with. in llnanclal returns by which everybody The advantages attaching to IM ..( m-uperalioii are it olivious the promotion uf 11 all round, the climinition of compuUnlng and strikes. Lbe IBMBUVI to all-out effort by 1 %  link and Hie workers manifesting itself not only in zealous work but also In suggestions Li improvarnant In niethods In v.ir 'Us details. une tried with good prospects iovr 1 tin ^ FOR lllltlMM.S ^ Hand-Painted SOUVENIR i Leathercraft \ "ith the Crest o/ ^ Barbados f ^ H -fmm!m %  ^ ii-ifii mUEAMBWm i'i: A RHAXHI SKIN Ardeiva I'ore t'resas. A greaseless ssirlnflent cream to help contract ill*tended pares. I'UK THE OILY 8KJN— Ardena Astringent Cre*m A io Himtreatanent. in. 1 'i-, in. %  lr the ally, ...11-.Ic*lur-il ikin I'AV A VISIT fc \ 11.11 is LIU. IIUK.MX or HIV I'HAKMACIKS <*&&*tkW e.rlr.l \f,ia. son ... IIK k -ion 1 1-.. 1 1 11-.1 <* hlnSal ra*r i-i ass er hiasn r.irp WAint i hi n s*> /irr ni.i .* bias.. fOCKST WAI.IXT %  > niMl. l (.a. .us liir "BorPINO ISST loom KM surr nooa MtdNlflFR In ( %  > cian TASI %  UlCni BOX C4SI I'HII %  lium M 1 I— Wl >a .w Gambling Cost 15/For gambling on Lean. Gap—a public highway on October M, 41e, r-oltl lalxiurer Clarence Holoway of St Thomas was fined y His Worship, Mr. II. A. Tal%  i ut) EM whnh is to be Aid in 14 days or one month's imprisonment. .VsVAV-VW.BRIICK WEATHFRHFAD LIMITED Head of Broad Street A'AWAV,',V,'.VAV,',V,V\ %  For that rich savoury flavour! IL Make that stew really tasty with just a httlc \utrrnite! Make it belter for you too Marmite contain* the B2 vitamins that build up health and resistance to illness. Thai's why it's to good for everyone on bread and butter or in tasty sandwiches. You can do so much with Marmite in soup*, gravies, sauces and savoury dishes and Marmite does so much for good cooking. MARMITE The Vitamin 8 Yeast Food Mada In England .1 -1ANU PUPJNA CHOWS 00!%' SALE AT .tlaf. 1M001*;itS


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PAGE TWO BARBADOS ADVCK ATI TIISDAY. OCTOBER 31. 1130 Ccuub QaJlinq MB AND MRS IAN DALE were among the pAMtengen wlio arrived Irom England yesterday by Uio "Cottic" They art pirtured here -.limtly after they landed at tbt R tggaga. Warehouw. with then two Boxer dogs. Tkew" dog* are the same breed a* the two which John Ooddard brought ont with htm when he returned from the W.I. Cricket tour of England H ON. II CUKE. t-'.B.E., who from Grenada on i. md*y. i<-'i %  > mmim %  ." %  mag JVl by BW.I.A. for Jamaica, to attend tru* Annual General MenArrived Yesterday .•nd Mrs. Ian Oalc ,y imad fiom England b.. tttraf yesterday. The., n uway for about four months. Mr Morlry who is Chm El. at Bypply Corsms Power Sutiori WJU on lung leave. During their stay In EngUifl 'her aaw their sou Neville and |foriy*l parents. Havin their car they went all over the country aide However Mrs. MQr.*. %  > tjld Carlo they were very glad to he back. England And France M ISS JEANETTE GODDARU. eluent daughter < f Mr and Mr*. Cecil Gdddard of 'Kennlngton.* Oaorge Mrart. llelleville r.-turned to Barbados on Sunday b\ H W 1 A Miss Gnddard has bean away since the middle of June during BM arte tu* viatted England and France with her uncle ami aunt Mr. and Mr*. Conor O'Connor, who incidentally arv :U I in England She alto sp* %  some time m Trinidad before ah.' left for her holiday, and also on her I She was accompanied front Trinidad by her aunt Mrs. Eileen wno %  > Mrs. Goddanl%  %  ,< %  Here For 6 Wnki M R and Mrs Gerald de Freltas and Mr James Tillson arrived from Trinidad v eater diiv morning b> H W I A Mr. de Freltas and Mr. Till son are Travelling Auditor* of the Singer Sew ing Machine Co. and expect to be here for about six weeks Thi ib Mr. Tillson's first visit to Barbadoi. Mr de Freltas is a frequent visitor The> '.' ii %  e Hotel In transit AND MRS ROBERT MILLAR of Trtaldastj mra Inlransit passengers on Friday for St Viru.nl on the S.S. -fort Townshcnd." which left port 01. Saturday. Mr Mill ST is in charge of tin Shipping Department of the Furne* Withy Steamship Company in Trinidad. Back From the U.S.A. Housewives' Guide Pr.eea of Vegetable Marti w and J'umi.k.n when the Arivaeate cheched yealerday were as follows:— per Ib. Vegetable Marrow: fe I'Ullflki,, g. Mr and Mrs William Morley. returned In BwlMay yeaterday by Use (**tica %  B.B.C. RADIO PROGRAMME TIISDAV "Him, ] yg. rl 'Jj* "^ "*•" He-weel. I sa o ,. i* !" T*?*** I • p ai The NW. t I* em ££ TT" *"* """"" Oo-g"wither."*, sTp m \nterfX The New. '.5V" T< %  • I-Mte From • at N DeU, g N on I *• i orenaai i Cweirboy* FMivai %  %  Wit I % %  p m P..,,, WrM tfag'lirv London, e t •* p m The ... * Wieht"." T p m !" 0*Mr •Mine. SflO p . H-ln. No-. IT. Hurl Nation Rrpor! The W> !• %  n long leav. which was spent in England Their trip home took them vu the United States. With The Royal Bank \|R nd Mrs. James Brown* krl nrrlved from T inldad veiterday morning by B.W.I A Tnsy expect to be here for about three weeks and are staying with rej %  i i-si -i. M — TKiaaDAT 1.i FXrlTINU THSILIJ1HS K.itri Louis Sleveneont "KIDNAPrED" with and Kodtfy McDOWALl. """Mil MATINFI " %  ' animal instinct t< week that the person on the bieyde w ,\ > ivlth the parsoi to a choU-peg In Ihe hall he called hack of a Undei urgently for the mem sahib The equally res,mnsiblr drums are beating in the village in front tonight," he said quietly, "Perhaps." she answered, it means We. on th* other hand mamihe egg allocation has arrived." laia that if the person on the back IT There was alienee "Anrf la iK seat is Mn A !" .„,i —^ ..... ^ neape Is such that twice t h t Lnridmi.Dorking record has beei smashed by just such a happy evident "And is the ----was after studying Mi BMtw.^s tyj£S5ra5 ssSS & a ; = ha kn it.— Z., L rr[, H,* ,J n "V^* •>"• ban-talesmen made the celebrated rekhltdlebars that enables him to see mark, "Roll up that map-we shall nl U the person in -ot need it again in our time" aha knew He tossed ... mutgar on to th* sofa and nilcd back* ANTI-SHRIhlK QRAFTON ***** WASHABLE RIBBED MAROCAIN to Sri**} gaggaj S2. 02 erestt^agMhg (oo^ TAFFETAS .(Wiaa striped desiflns SI. 63 TAFFETAS--J** & ribbed(many shades) M |. $1. TAFFETAS .J>L*DS si. M EVANS & WHITFIELDS — Your Shoe Store neve little aors notes. ... • llaaei lot a tin aaorf*. ( %  > V A nigni aouod tn Norae. (g| .' urel> Lem* lou.mg wuudva. 14| 17 Thl* la I. hort nurpllea. (ft) antft *** ia * aown i not t.. A leetuiu.i ptovid l-al-f UIO oe last. (4) LI it agree ft Dowi —It OI Ilia acrnt I I nud or the rising a herv paruirmnip t ^ eaai •-•ie.as T i Km Mi .i nesda uotniitg saodpa .pirita. ia uiuaie*-" 1 g|iwi£h ^-(• %  ^ i Barifnus ir MB '''•'-'-'''-•S'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.-.'^'W*'.' MAKE A DATE FOR HALLOWE'EN!! I.AIL'I'Y iTbe G.rdtn) ST. JAMES "ROAD GANG" .nil "CRIME SCHOOL"—Humphrey Bocarl WmWAl m tlll'KHDAV -IM |g.rl.| Ml R.Bald MKADAN — AUali SMITH — Zarfci "STALLION ROAD" AOI ATM 1 'l.l'B I I MM A (M.mb.r S OnlyJ TONinilT al i.3 DOB HOPE — HIIONDA F1.EMINO In THE GREAT IX1VER" n .. %  ... %  *. — rHIR-ltw MI.IIT HAHA STANWYCK Hl'RT I.ANCAHTlrH In "SORRY WRONG NI'MBER" li.-l 1S94 >nd nukr ,..ur $ nMtrvatlona. Al Iht %  I 1 HI %  ..vi II .-nil.. rirh, %  ppctltlnc. nutritious 11w.1l. %  prrUlly prrpaivu by .... catMai txaet. DROP IN AT THE GREEN DRAGON TOR mini: MEALS BETTI:R 'IIIUCI B ..HI'llllTo-Day and Tnmoi<-nu 4.45 and H 30 MACBETH" Slurring : Orson WELLS Introducing : JIWBl NOLAN with Dan O'HEIM.lllY Hodd> McDOWALL ROW Two SIIUMS To-d 4.30 and I IS Columbia Whole Serial WHITE EAGLE" Starring Buck JONES Your hair will be handcomer by far when you treat it h. "Vaselin*' Hair TonicJ Just use a lew drops %  day ... then sea the difference! Bay %  battle tadayl 'aseline HAIR NOT A SPOT ON MY SKIN *** %  HI Mentholjium Bslm keeps bgby'i Skin lo spotless condition. It is so simple 10 uw After -.asriing baby. (itNTLY RV 'Memhoi.num' imo die skm and around the (egv This Pfou-vii and iimlo 4.30 and X 30 Kepubllr Double John LODVI i 'THE WOMAN WHO CAME BACK LAKE PLACID SERENADE OLYMPIC To-Day and Tomowow 4.30 and 8 IS Republlr IVImliSerial "KING OF THE FOREST RANGERS" Stan m: Lorrv THOMI-SON %  Mao TALBOT And Anthony WARDE Friday Night 3rd at IJM MADAM U'LINDY AND TVOt'PK In "CARArU NIGHT" MENTHOLATUM ASK FOR REAL MEN-THaLAY-TUM a>0//ly Ik* UutMtm C: 1M., (fat. f 813} SlHitk, Imtlint MR. PLANTER • IV arm fullf, Slmtiknl tiilh — PLANT KNIVES CUTLASSES LO. SICKLES HOES (all sizes) AGRICULTURAL FORKS PICKAXES Obtainable fi.,m our Hardware & Ironmongery Dcpt. Telephone No. 20.19 THE IIAlllfAllOV ((MII'IIIVII,! 4'OTTOrV FACTORY LTD. GLOBE THEATRE To-day 5.00 and 8.30 — I.u-t Shows ONE WOMAN'S STORY' To-morrow and Thursday, 4.45 and 8.3(1 SLAVE GIRL' YVONNE DE CARLO and GEO BRENT AND SMASH-UP Lee BOWMAN Susan HAYWARD NOTICE j Will our Customers please mile lhal OUR SEVERAL DEPARTMENTS WILL BE CLOSED FOR STOCK-TAKING as lollows: HARDWARE Tuesday, 31sl October tn Thursday, 2nd November LUMBER YARD Tuesday, list Oct. SI'l:l('.HTSTOWN Tuesday. Jlst Oct. PLANTATIONS LTD.




Tuesday

October

1950



Canadian FE

U.K.



‘Must Buy
More W.I. Sugar

si
e

MRS. COE GETS A







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ran oan eames

HIG ONE








| _ KING





FIVE —CENTS,

=

Prices
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:




3)
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A

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xporters Must Boost W.I. Trade

_ |Commissioner Says In Ottawa

| No Markets Guaranteed:


| j - ° ¥ 2 *
| | GUSTAV VI Only Licenses
e y } | be
Jamaican Speaker Says In London | | ay OTTAWA, Gct. 30 '.
> +, From Our Own Cor esp ndent | S W ORN IN "THE BRITISH WEST INDIES market severely 5
‘ LONDON Oct. 30 | sein czaehcis on; tlio curtailed by dollar import restrictions wiil be z
’ . STOC CHOLM, Oct. 36 ; : an t
ME. Cc. C. CAMPBELL, Speaker of Jamaica’s: To-day for tne first time in near partially restored to Canadian exporters on Jan F
House of Assembly belicvos despite Britain's, [Sunav vivmechas he tacks | Wary 1. ‘The Trade Department announced on
assurances—that the sugar industry of the Wes throne of Sweden, Colourful but} Monday that through the dollar li deralization
y est | ;
| Indies will be severely handicap ed by the new| simple coronation rites will re- agreen € ni completed after months of negotiation,
| : ; } Dp vy | \ lieve to some extent the gloon I i : ill cut controls to alit @ tr
eement coming into force after 195 which settled over Sweden with] the B.W.I. colonies will cut : ne ;
gs , : i
i He says that the West Indies production cannot hope | on Ror ar-old King) an increased flow of Canadian goods. %
for expansion if the total guaranteed export for the Ca : iter @ poniePal ie of neusiy re On es goods pens Bence me Pom yea : ‘: \
ibbean area is limited to 900,000 tons. j vears minimum of 50 per cent. of the value of Canadian exports
: ————- 5 “I; th> next four or five To all effects and purposes hi: to the British West Indies during the period 1949-47-48
' ‘ é yiurs I anticipate West Indies son Prince Osear Frederick Wil- On other goods the minimum will be 33} per cent. or one
Immigrants To hs gg AF ee ac ee tie by helm Olaf-Gustay Adolf has beet be the peak in Canada-B.W.I. exports.
| eect eee kone Oe ce Sweden's new monarch since tha‘ third of the shipments in 1946-48 the period considered to
Tri idad Must to-day aoe — ie 1| sombre hour, but he will take the P The B.W7./
in increase production 9y =6about ‘

100,000 tons. But if we are only



royal oath in to-day’s state cere-

agrees to agé



in open

eh The n vi il be 6: ig rs to such items as apples
nony. e ew ruler wi be 6 ro "ts s é or
D - it M. ; going to be allowed a guaranteed pon November 11, Chinese 200 which ae th “ 7 er dari “
eposi + ore market for 900,000 ae cP At that time the Government 1e last few months
our exparsion schemes wi lave of Socialist Premier Tage Erlander Mil F Li in
> i s bee } ‘ . * Trade Minister Howe said: The
PORT-OF-SPAIN, Oct. 28. : be ene a ax }will resign to give the new I 1 es rom step is “particularly gratifying
Teamigranta from other British | 2Y7n# ‘0 max ume eek ae la an opportunity to ap- The way has been opened, bui
| Cari an Colonies will now have | 2titein while lave be her noint his own He will probably (nergetic sales efforts by Cana
| to deposit a sum of money sufti-| M*. Campbell has also been

cient to cover the cost of repatria-

conducting private campaign to
I

re-appoint the same Government

Tibet Capital








c exporters will still ke requ
a ae Mey The new Queen, British-born to ensure that full advantage
tion instead of the $100.00 previ- oy and Se Gee et | | Louise, is the monarch’s second NEW DELHI, Oct, 30 iaken of opportunities provided
| ously Specified by regulations, Ta Saat Indies, He rs aan | wife She is a sister of Ear! Chinese troops driving — int« Under the dollar liberalizatic
| A resolution to this effect moved Ms . oe Mil eninee farmer fo | | Mountbatten and a great grand-| Tibet were reported today to be jagreement developed under thx %
| by Colonial Beccstsay pagok eo eee Taiiion dads ales toner daughter of Queen Victoria . ie Pgs a 10 miles from | approving eye of former Ch in-
tenison was accepted by the New | © ra 7 ; ‘. asa, the capita cellor of the British Exchequer
Legislature at the first business| Leonard Lyle and he told me that The new Crown Prince is ;
he bad re. eived from Sir Leonard !

meeting on Friday afternoon after
a Butlerite amendment by Ash-
ford and Sinanan was defeated by
16 votes to eight.

assurance: of assistance to bring |
about improvements. |
On November 7, Mr. Campbe!!



londe curly-haired four year old
| boy—little Prince Carl “Gustav
His father, the new ruler’s eldest

After abandoning tw >
1¢ Tibetans hed {ale
Pembago about 2 mile

outpos|
*)

back on
up in the



Sir Stafford Cripps, the B.W.I
colonies will also ease restric-
tions to imports from the United
States,

Son died in a plane crash in 1947,| Himalayas where fignting was now Colonies. concerne nes nat
Eight new members took ad-| leaves London to return to! The hody of Gustav V lay in taking place aecoraing to infor noe gonpeenad le at
vantage of the occasion to make | Jamaica via New York. i Drottningholm Palace where he mation ere me India ey ana, British Honduras, the Lee
maiden speeches while Butler’s ages iets | died, His democratic rule has been | CTomen (I ong Kong re oo ward Islands, the ‘Windward
Chief Lieutenant and iegal ad- one of the longest in Europe anc a oe on es Eee aet ane Islands and the Bahamas
viser Mitra Sinanan kept rising 7S ante i \ the longest in Swedish history, aaa ; Sa Sythe ;
regularly on points of order quot- \ ene Stude nts Union He had sufferg4 making for Lhasa end the othe;

ing from the standing orders
“Chief servant” Uriah Buzz
Butler was himself loudly cheered
by spectaters after a long maiden
speech calling for “freedom of

Will Be Backed |
In Bid For 4.Q.



/

from chronic
bronchial catarrh for several years
| and last week took a sudden turn
|for the worse. The date of his
funeral will be set by his heir and

for Shigatse, further west

They numberest 09,000 led by
the one-eyed Gene oul, Liu Pohy
Cheng, Commander of the Chinese

Canada Shipped
$67,000,000 1946-8

During 1946.48 the base years
for calculating the extent of im-





ei : t | THIS TALL FISH caught on August 17th, 1950, off Watch Hill, Rhode Island was hooked and boated will han move after 10 days, but Sepend Field Arm, ' ee 5 : Sand in ee

movement” in view of “preoccu- | rs. Colles J. Coe who earlier this year presented ti tition of electricity consumers to the Gov- not later than 12, an official an- ans regrouping themselves | Shipped ab.u! $67,000, worth

pation with the federation of the IN LONDON | ae Poles : ” , re ee " ¥ nouncement said after feeble first strugzle wee of goods to the B.W.I,—about four

Caribbean ‘area (From Our Own Correspondent) | The fish which Mrs. Coe is touching with her right hand is a 660 pound giant blue fin tuna. —Can. Press. Sati senses to be stiffening ea a Big Sects
The new regulations demand LONDON, Oct., 30. Mrs. Coe’s tuna is just 4 Ibs. shy of the Women’s Middle Atlantic record, id ; reels , Through the 25 wine ont

bs en see of ag The West Indian Students Union| 4 o.+4 ¢rom Mrs. Coe yesterday says she is due back on 11th November and glad to get back. {

iting a .00 as is the case for

persons from other West Indian
islands and British Guiana, and
$250.00 as is the case for persons
from overseas as provided in the

cover the cost of their repatria-
tion.













will receive strong backing from |
Trinidad’s Financial Secretary
A. W. R. Robertson in their bid |
to obtain a permanent head-
quarters here in London, when

Headquarters has long been a

handicap to West Indian students

















Blinded By

(From Our Own Correspondent)

































TOKYO, Oct. 30,







—— | King George VI
‘BRITISH TROOPS 60 MILES|

Opens Parliament

LONDON, Oct, 30
King George VI will to-morrow







Only 5 Miles A Day

The Chinese advance averaging
mly 5 miles a day through the
nountains was expected to be

fe Chinese’ met
»pposition,

no determined







port

business in
Canada





cutback in dollar imports order-
ed by the British Government
last year and through other im-
curtailments, the B.W.1.
pradually clamped down on im-

e D ‘ome slower still. Raperis indi- porta’ fon Canada
previous regulations, shall in|he returns to the colony in De- e : vated it would take at least a ts t ‘ { ee
~ Aiture make a deposit o: execute | cember. Ug fning WEL , a TODAY nonth to reach Lhasa, even if] Thus from a $67,000,000 expo.
a bond for an amount sufficient to Inability to “find a permanent

the 1946-48 period,
found her shipments to













‘hi . irre ars|‘he B.WI. dwindling to about
is -OF- IN, Oct, 27 ae : N . ; attankee {Open the second session of the{ Chinese regulars and irregulars | \! ?
The Opposition was led by|who do not have the same advan- 4 ean bili on sag hae stitch- British troops fighting off stubborn counter-attacks British Parliament elected last] ‘rouped into “liberation units, | $30,000,000 in 1950.
Mitra Sinanan on the grounds] tages as students from Africa, indie shit whan thew wens « fash moved steadily up the coastal road to-day towards Sinuiju | Fébruarv ‘aptured Lho Dzong, 250 miles . 7 er he West Indie
that. the Eew Sep Aatines Bave 10 mare Bod other Pe a ckcaeiae f lightning which completely emporary Communist capital in northwest Korea. Seated on the throne in the rom Lhasa on Soe Gan ie masiouiee Wenyaies «Siar hta aca
“ re bee st fav ably . sebie nak ae > 5 . . Migs. ok or > nl nto S, i 1g i
Authorities. co hes with the ‘Sorkin of the| blinded me. I aa renee After capturing Chongju they were last reported ab nut aoe haa Prinenst mete ert Tibet was reported, Canadian items as _ sardines,
Butler and Aubrey ‘James|West Indian Students Union since gn ye weet ee could} © miles from the capital, the present focal point of ihe him, the King will read a speech ; apples, other fruits and some
“supporting” wanted all restric- I have been here,” Mr. Robertson ny eis rc akin dighsers cla Mr.| Korean war at the mouth of the great Yalu River. South —prepared by his Cabinet “eh J hy Sele aince _ wine, paper products ee es =
tions to the free flow of immi-|told me today, “and I feel they |.’ nur Bennett, of Belmont, Port-| Korean sixth and eighth divisions battled grimly in Ongjong |nouncing the legislative DiO- | Minctaee eadatem soure oF Flea | petra tetas 3, 88 MeritES eld
grants from the British Caribbean | qoeseryve financial backing from Ses : ightni truck z Pies ik , : , kth oat aes © for th si Hibetan caravan , 9 mires) pers. Consultations wei rel:
removed. : “st Indies to enable them|2f-Spain, when lightning struc and Unsan area some 50 miles further inland a ist stiffen- | gramme for the session, urther west, with the British Government and 7
: the West Indies to enable them |i; house and uprooted the floor- ing defe This will include a measure to] ‘The advancing army appeared | i), ate vat the B.W.1
Brother Ashford moved an to obtain the premises they need. ; sate ae 8 ence, ; es e g f it was poitted out that the B
amendment urging adjournment On ‘shall press the point strongly |'n8 during a thunderstorm last |)}——S———- es — North Korean leaders today or- |"4tionalise the water supplies, afto have their main base at Chambx traditionally: provided the _ big-
of the debate to enable members when T return.” “ | Wednesday HIS EXCELLENCY the ‘dered every man and woman to nae ae _ - rt eraied oat dearer ieee minor atoenan @ on pase &
‘ ; S EB V\LLE? ; . 2 ey , a ; costa
to study the question. Mr. Bennett’s house was litter- Governor has been in battle to cheek the United Nations under which property is leased anc er en
; Pr Poa ; , ‘. . P ° “moured . ; infantry he + |@ proposal to nationalise a part of
This was supported by Ranjit ed with pieces of wood and glass. formed by Se. aa armoured and infantry hammer- | a proposa th tyon a Seeentotd. theve eee J
} Kumar and Stephen Maharaj. FISHERMEN PRAY yverything was topsy turvy ard of State dae tae inthe a ey re ee Ljocting ‘the areas entered to TELL THE ADVOCATE
| When put to the vote it was {ie had to stop a fire by throwing, that His } as © LAadishat he si nui When the King’s speech has] ito sive “politieal warfare’ mob- 3 ews
| defeated, one Butlerite — Chanka IN BOATS ome water on a cloth curtain manded Patt we, mp PeCB Sa EGY reer nee tet ean delivered, members of the | ‘ising foeht inhabitants for ser- sated as Night.
| a yoting ro Government, (From Our Own Correspondent) vhich was ablaze, iat pee et for 2 weeks from October “Our fatherland faces a serious | House of Commons will walk back | ice with the “liberation army” Ring sll ne 7 Sate
av i Duval — ith ihe © a PORT-OF-SPAIN, Oct. 27 |"an_to the we ‘0 the Son the 29th for His Late threat, All North Korean young|te their newly-built chamber fd distributing pamphlets in re THE ADVOC rE
igre Nae Over 500 fishermen ‘and their |Morrison who lives is hae ith Majesty the King of men are being mobilised for the | which they occupied for the firs.| Tibetan, calling on the people to PAYS FOR NEWS,
res fi families attended High Mass at the|oor of Mr. ones Weheatit Sweden. The Court wil) frontline to face the enemy. North| time on the last day of the las.} vst the regime of Dalai Lama.
i ve Cathedral of the Immaculate Con- [her 11-months old baby. eae, go out of movening on Korean women are also going to} session, ‘There Prime Reuter. iii aeetaaaalh
' | on rs é Port-of-Spain yesterday “T ‘was just about to give my son Sunda y, the 12th of |the front lines as they believe they | Clement Attlee will amplify Gov- a cea ee +
[ CPRNOR tn s OFt Eee . of}? bath when I was thrown to the November. Flags, includ- ! can do as much as the men.” ” erie: "i A A ;
for the repose of the souls of gs, includ : ernment’s programme and the five E
B W k O fehae tock ‘Hilary Taitt, Gilbert |"tound on my back. Someone ing those at Flag Stations On the east coast 27,000 men of | day debate will begin.
| eee orkers n ees ipsa "Reynold Mayers city |"ushed to the room and picked will be half masted on the the Seventh United States Infan-| “Anthony Eden Deputy Consere
ee | Wilson and Reynold i it to sea}me up. I looked for my baby day of the funeral. the try Division continued to land un- vative Opposition Leader, is likely
14. Day Strike Pra ae bese coe sing since "ext." At the Hymore Recreation date of which is not yet yopposed at Iwon sixty miles from) |° speak, leaving his chief Win-
. and nave been eee nated (Club. in Belmont a Rediffusion . ° , Mancharia. Landing began yes-]‘ Speak, (ee ee 7
i (From Our Own Correspondent) ae its) play was suspected box was smashed, known. terday from 50 ships. It included iene ot the donee ak at a later
I GEORGETOWN, Oct, 30, | bY the police | South Koreans ste
; , Page! > 2 evening ombers ies arines . —Renter. |
Guian: dustria r rs In the late evening, eet : ; ' American marines and equip- |
Union deciiod totlay te oe alof the clergy and Honourable . E Tibet Wants ment were also streaming ashore
general strike for 14 days|members of the Legi: aasive c me ry! 111 Prisoners scape _at Wonsan, 90 miles to the south Mi. ° Ss ° tist A GOOD
h he s r industry as| cil, including Honour able Sete c “ “eme f * 95 ‘in an amphibious fleet commanded (ssw; cten
from 6.00 am, tomorrow (Tues: | Wight, H hmank Quevee In Puerto Rico ‘Diplomatic UY che ‘British motioe "resco eie: a, d |
i F ) able taymonc uevedo | The British marine reconnais-
day). Honourab a Sa aaa Binvih aE | i . | ul rreste
stri an sdj/and others went out to sea in SAN JUAN, Puerto Rico, } 5 ance unit which landed on Cho
hig thedna oe my eee fishing boats where prayers were oy, 30 t| Help From India Island off the west coast of Korea GOETTINGER, Oct. 30 mam
eee wea Pee aeons ae > souls. oF > fisherme: >olice ay recaptured 52 o a sof und that the Cx st garri- 30E JER, Oct.
to TSSOPEES the pele Mets y oe tare raters NGaak tos tak we ee cone Whorbecaped hers | mn, ,, NEW DELHI, Oct. 30. aoe ae son, “General “Mac Dr, Walter Zimmermann, Ger- REPUTATION
a bargaining agent for SORESES, ie Et r fishermen, Several|yesterday with guns and ammu-|_ Tibet's approach to India last) Arthur's headquarters announced|man rocket and radar expert '
fi h reas f zes.jfor all othe fishermen, : j ek ras ft “ I - 7
also for the increase of wages. | rreaths were thrown into the sea{nition from a prison arsenal, j week, was for “diplomatic help"laoday, Cho Island is about 60] missing for several weeks is to rs
Work will be resumed aster tent ihe " yrocession then headed| It was the worst gaol break in|® Press Trust India Diplomatic] miles southwest of Pyongyang.|be charged with embezzlement South Afric
days, hut should Rrodycers icon back to ‘ sioxe where Father|Puerto Rican history. Over 300 correspondent wrote to-day. An United Nations have dropped|from the German State Govern- Beandy_
jnterusintns Seles Sana tation “a llivan addressed the large|policemen with jeeps are hunting |!9dian External Affairs Ministry] more than 100 million “psycholo~| ment of Lower Saxony, an Allied I"
insermiitent strike willbe called "O'leyilivan . addressec ; he fugitives.—Reuter |Spokesman told the correspondent] gical warfare” leaflets over Korea| official said here today, Dr, Zim- ee
until demands are granted. orcs. ’ . |that several communications had|gince the campaign began, it was|mermann whose disappearance | |
er i < | Passed between the Tibetan and}announced here today. Leaflets|jed to rumours that the Russians
COMPLETELY MASHED |Indian Governments recently and surrender appeals broadcast|/had kidnapped him was arrested
Ga - The latest one received last} to isolated Communist pockets of}on Saturday at Menden in the
a . ome | week-end after the Chinese in-4 resistance were now bringing in| British Zone.
sf * : a ions only asked India to use} a rich harvest in prisoners. Presi- He had been advanced money "
j her aries offices ~ helping Ti-{ dent Syngman Rhee ste 9 es by the Lower Saxony Government F
; jock to tide over “the crisis’ re-[ that his government could not. be for private enterprise, an official mee ; weniene tes w err rp ¥
| }sulting from the invasion, bound by “programmes made ia” ’ : WHETHER AS A RESULT OF Si RAIGHT :
i Referring to reports of Tibet's without reference to it or to the DEALINGS WITH OUR FELLOW MEN. RELIANCE x
| |fequest that India should spon-] citjzens of Korea.’ He was re-| Dr Zimmermann worked as an ON ONE’S WORD OR WHETHER THE QUALITY
sor her case in the United Na-] ferring to the Korean Commis-| electronic specialist at a high . SEAttTATe OFFERED TO THE PUBLIC °S
sions the spokesman said that sion’s resolution to bar the/frequency plant in Goettingen, OF PRODUCTS 0 lator’ Pinte & \ ‘OR T Mi ;
India’ was not going to take the! southern regime from northern the British Zone’s atomic research EXACTLY AS THE SUPPLIERS CLAIM FOR THEM. §
case to the Security Council, territory until elections could be-|centre near the Soviet border. F
She was still awaiting a reply} gin. The President hoped such He fled to the West from a :
the protest lodged in Peking elections would be held as soon|Soviet controlled East German oe
t week, the spokesman added. | as possible scientific research establishment
— Reuter His government would cooperate | jn 1°48 —Reuter. e e -
: : um with the United Nations in a
F ing and rehabilitating the country, ARE PROUD OF THE EXCELLENT REPUTATION
j 7 » adde har osha pene . THT wy ath
Walcott May ce —reuter | State Of Emergentey ||} ®NJOYED THROUGHOUT THE WORLD BY THEIR
| | Go To U.S.A ; FINE PRODUCTS.
| . . . } » *
; rali lwaymen In Jamaica i ck aaa. ca
1 | A aeiegation trom the British| Australian 0 y J “NOTHING BUT THE PRODUCT OF THE
, | West Indies is going to the United Strike hs Our Own Correspondent) “GRAPE ENTERS INTO THE PREPARATION
States with a view to fostering 2 Oct. 30. INGSTON, October 30. “un 7 ieee
. | the employment of West Indians Trains eee es pak Following recent political OF K.W.V. WINES”.
iy there, tends States stopped to-day| Unrest and mob violence between ees oe i a
Lee eeeeenon will be repiee lt 14 hours te support railway-| members of the People’s Na GREAT CARE IS EXERCISED BY K.W.V. WINE
rentat' ve n the Easte Cpe ore trike’ in | tiong % i > Jamaiec: ‘SES RIG: My CHEDEN AT TU WINR Top t
[) | Western British Corithes anga| men ‘yho have been on strike’ in Labour Patty 1a tae, Jamaica |! EXPERTS TO SEE THAT THE WINE STORED IN
j under the leadership of Sir| Victoria for 16 deys and in South | (noour Satty in, Kingston, Act-|l| ‘HE K.W.V. CELLARS AND THEN BOTT! BD FOR
4 + ra oom * . . trp] r eis days allway- > > - - rs —“— . rT 1 y ~ ‘ TTAT YTV N
j | George Seel, K.C.M.G., Comp-j Australia for eight days we 5 os MacGillivray today proclaimed|{} EXPORT MAINTAIN THE HIGH QI ALITY ON
: troller for Development . and|men in Western Austra * “ a state of emergency in the|}} WHICH K.W.V. REPUTASION IS BUILT
Welfare in the West Indie { fused to join the 24 — Stal ecrporate area banning all yur :
If the Government of the —Ke é ; :
: : marches, public meetings, pro- nm wn y
caer ‘Brith West Indian er ‘thin "the compere | YOU CANNOT GET BETTER
a ac oad ‘ j cessions, within he corporate , 4 4
— cance. it oa ~ Wiig sor + v| Only 1 day left to win jarea for a month Recently,
ge ee a 7 : . “etings were held in the a t
: 1 be represented by Mr. F. L.| ae F a is | when meetings wer
THIS MOTOR CAR, M.797, was completely smashed at Black Rock at about %45 o’clock on Sunday Ww scott ; MC Pp se he ratty 10 | $59.00 in the Advocate | corporate area either party ve WINES THAN e ~ e
S MO’ amb, BE-SO8, r F akneaaail ; nd w eing ve enjami Walcott of nein Pndietlit ie. mo g ‘ ‘ stoned and adjacent homes attack-
night ie is owned bs J. D. Doug!» of Country Road and was beir driven by Benjamin Wa i pero Sota aenes Mr Zs sca Photo Competition. led by ng i while Police had to| a
Gap. Black Rock. : surrowes, W accompany tl fon : | ate ———
5 The att struck the guardw all of the Nightengale Home. The gate of the Mental Hospital can! delegation as Adviser, | 'Tesort to the use of tear gas. - | = — ——



be seen in thapackground,








PAGE TWO



Carib Calli



Glad To Be Back

R. and Mrs, William Moiley

BARBADOS ADVOCATE





returned from England by Prices of Vegetable Mar-
the “Cottica” yesterday. They ey and Pumpkin when the
have been away for about four dvocate checked yesterday
months. Mr. Morley who is Chief { were as fellows:—

Engineer of the Barbados Elec- | per tb.
ric Supply Corpn’s Power Sta- Yeouteite Marrow; Ge.
tion was on long leave. mypkin: Be.

During their stay in England
they saw their son Neville and
Mrs. Morley’s
their car they went all over the

ley told Carib they were very
glad to be back.
England And France
ISS JEANETTE GODDARD,
eldest daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Cecil Goddard of ‘Kenning-
ton,’ George Street, Belleville re-

parents. Havin; ,

countryside. However Mrs, Mor-





| Housewives’
| ‘Guide

1.15 p.m, Radio Newsreel; 1.30
turned to Barbados on Sunday by Tip Top Tunes; 2 © pam the Nee
B.W.LA. ti e: me ee Frew Britain;

oe iB . Sports eview; 30 p.m
- Miss Goddard has been away Google Withers; 3.50 p.m. Interlude;
since the middle of June during 4.00 p.m. The News; 4.10 p.m. The
which time she has visited Eng- Service; 4.15 p.m, B.B.C
land and France with her orale Northern Orchestra; 4.30 p.m. The
and ¢ Choirboys Festivai: 5.00 p.m. Piano
and aunt Mr. and Mrs. Conor — § 3 pm Programme Parade:
O’Connor, who incidentally are = Be ewh Magazine; 6.00 p.m

: Letter From London; 6.15 new] | Your hair will be

stil in England. She also spest Records; 7.60 p “We The Wine: Th
some time in Trinidad before she p.m. News Analysis 7.15 p.m. West





handsomer by far

|
:
lett, for her holiday, and also oo: | me pete ee Bas, See
She was accompanied from 820 am aie” ae aheon: when you treat it te
Trinidad by her aunt Mrs, Eileen es me BB & Midland Diktt Orchestre: °5"30 ine’
O’Cenner, who is Mrs. Goddard's “ po Soa pm. Meet ‘The Commonwealth, 10.0 ‘Vaseline’ Hair Tonic,|
is r ‘3; r
"Here For 6 Weeks 0 ee Naren ton Cae OE. ee ae ioe te his| duet use 9 few drops
holiday yesterday by the “Cottica. p.m. Close Down

R. and Mrs. Gerald de Freitas









a day... then see

and Mr. James Tillson ar- 2
rived from Trinidad yesterday Disappointed . a the diff !
morning by B.W.I.A. Mr. de erence

Freitas and Mr. Tillson are Trav-
elling Auditors of the Singer Sew-
ing Machine Co., and expect to
be here for about six weeks. This

is Mr. Tillson's first visit to Bar- ‘tempted to buy curios at th WO De
bados, Mr.de Freitas is a frequent Tourist Centre. According to ao er tO TeATOREA nent SRURSDAY — 5 & 8.20 P.M.

visitor They

Marine Hotel

are staying at the







SaaS passengers
riving on board the “Colom-
bie” in Trinidad came u»
against a hitch when they a:-

ar-

Trinidad law the pound sterlin:
is not legal tender in the Island

PLAZA Thea

LAST TWO SHOWS oe
“BRIDE FOR SALE” & “SAVAGE SPLENDOR” (Technicolor)

wo RES:
“TARZAN AND



—BRIDG

& 8.30 P.M.

THE MERMAIDS” and



ETOWN



° ‘ 7 Tim Hott in “MYSTERIOUS DESPERADO” (RKO)
and this meant that the passen-
MR. AND MRS. IAN GALE were among the passengers who arrived Intransit 2 rye ge A gsc rege a =
from England yesterday by the “Cottica”. AND MRS. ROBERT ee a sg = SPECIAL MATINEE THURSDAY — 2 P.M. (Monogr TEAEe stank

They are pictured here shortly after they landed at the Baggage
Warehouse, with their two Boxer dogs.

These dogs are the same breed as the two which John Goddard St. Vincent the S.S. “Fort ;
brought ont with him when he returned from the W.I. Cricket tour Teuadcema ” cae left port al great disappointment. ae
of England. Saturday. - L
/ i eft On Sunday
ON. H. A. CUKE, ¢.B.E., who Mr. Millar is in charge of the Theatre = OISTIN

returned from Grenada
Friday, left on

on
Sunday morning
by B.W.1A. for Jamaica, to at-

i sir baby s rian. M* . pany ‘

tend the Annual General Meet- Gale is the won oo Me. fs x Back From the U.S.A. with Mr. aad Mrs. A, de K. Framp- TWO EXCITING THRILLERS tee: ron te
ing of the B.W.1. Sugar Associa- Gale, Editor of the Barbados R. and Mrs, Clifton Wright,, ton in Navy Gardens. Robert Louis Stevenson's Johnny Mack BROWN in
tion. He was accompanied by Advocate and Mrs Gale. He will of “Dalmeny,” Pine Hill, re- Mona is with the Royal Bank of “KIDNAPPED” with and “PRAIRIE EXPRESS”
Mr. T. O. Dowding. They will be joining the Editorial Staff of turned from the United States by | Canada in Port-of-Spain. Roddy McDOWALL
Fag ee eats the “Advocate’ as an Assistant the “Lady Rodney” yesterdav/) MIDNITE MATINEE (Saturday 4th) 2 BIG THRILLERS ! |

e e i morning. ‘“ ”
tiie: Aabncledinn. Editor. CROSSWORD Johnny Weissmuller in “TARZAN AND THE MERMAIDS

They are expected to return
this afternoon along with the
other delegates.

Guests Of Honour
OHN GODDARD, Everton

Arrived Yesterday

M* and Mrs. Ian Gale arrived
yesterday by the “Cottica”

Back From U.K. Visit

RS. MAUDE ELGEE of Max
well Great House, Chris)
Church, who has been away since

M*

MILLAR of Trinidad, were
intransit passengers on Friday for

Shipping Department of the Fur-
ness Withy Steamship Company
in Trinidad.

Samson Premiere
ores one hundred people,

including Bishop Hughes,
other members of the Clergy
the Director of Education Mr.
Glindeon Reed, Mrs, Reed, Head -





changed before they cou'd buy

ISS MONA PRADA also re-
turned to Trinidad over th:
week-end after spending g hoiidss










AS as ge Oe ws



——

Ce





and Tim Holt in “MYSTERIOUS

Johnny Mack Brown in “CROSSED TRAILS”
and Jimmy Wakely in “PARTNERS OF THE TRAIL”

LAST TWO SHOWS TODAY 5 & 8.30 p.m.
“HARD BOILED MAHONEY” and “INCIDENT”

GAWETY (1s Gardsa) St. James



DESPERADO”







Weekes, Clyde Walcott and June, returned from Englan? masters and teachers from the LAST SHOW TONITE (Warner's Double) 8.30
Roy Marshall will be the guests of yesterday by the “Cottica, various scheols of the island “ROAD GANG” and “CRIME SCHOOL”—Humphrey Bogart
honour at_a Party to be given by R * F U.K attended the premiere of the film a
Spartan Club to-morrow after- eturning From U.K. “Samson and Delilah,” at the WEDNESDAY & THURSDAY —4.30 (Special Midweek Engagement)
noon at 5.30 o'clock at the Club's Holiday Plaza Theatre, Bridgetown yes- WARNER BROS, Presents - - - -
Pavilion, Queen’s Park. Spartan terday. This film opens at this Ronald REAGAN — Alexis SMITH — Zachary SCOTT in

members will no doubt turn out
in force to honour the Barbadian
members of the 1950 West Indies

NTRANSIT to British Guiana on
the “Cottica” yesterday was

theatre on Friday,
Carib was among the crowd

j
anything. Many of them show



“STALLION ROAD”

(From the Novel by Steven Longstreet)





















VASELINE ie the registered trade mark



TUESDAY, OCTOBER 31, 1950





























Gricket Team Mrs, Clement Bettencourt-Gomes who thoroughly enjoyed, what
: She has been on holiday in Eng- must surely be Cecil B. de Mille’s a , eeps
urned Over The land and is now returning home. masterpiece. { * vine eae oe ce
Week-end die teal eet tn: ek eee alan AQUATIC CLUB CINEMA (Members Only) condition. It is so simple
ON, J. D. CHANDLER, M.L.c. “have littie account with promis- to use. After — washin
and Mrs, Chandler returned sory notes. ) * TONIGHT at 8.30 (, baby. GENTLY RU
ra ibe cial er esis aga ‘s %. Plead for a tin decree. (> BOB HOPE — RHONDA FLEMING ‘Mentholatum’ into the skin ae
-end by ¥. A night sound tn Norse. (5) in “THE GREAT LOVER” : s. Thi oe
B.W.LA., just in time for the 10. Surely Lems looking wooden. (4) m - and around the legs. is ion
November races, Mr. Chandler 13 Qopta for qpera, (0) \ A Paramount Pieture gaat protects and comforts the
' . 17. This is ¢ short surplice, (6) ———— Sear ast eer erenetie serine tba in ¢ 5 ; a
was in Canada with Mr. Adams 18 Honest it begins and ends fitty- || WEDNESDAY at 5 & 8.30 p.m. — THURSDAY NIGHT at 4,30 skin and prevents soreness -_
Sir John Sai ‘ fifty. (4) I BARBARA STANWYCK — BURT LANCASTER and chafing. Babies love Let ‘!
and Sir n Saint, as a member iy Could be a oleet. (5) ‘ in “SORRY WRONG NUMBER” the soothing, cooling effect
of the Fancy Molasses Enquiry wii rag A og A Paramount Picture of ‘Mentholatum’. Quick— 4)
Commission, He remained on & box. (7) 2, Flag. (8) |) ” iam inhale sie get a jar or tin to-day. sarap Ris
pie od sooating onc Visiel So 23. Alternative piece of faraae 90). 0" gene ea aeapeaenteeh scseomess —_——
.S. They returned via Trinidad. Down 7
Back From Long Leave i Cail aps mental picture. (9) +
i th .
ETURNING to Barbados ove: Re a6 grab n: (MPIRE ROYAL
the week-end were Mr, and 4. Progress towards & climes, ()
Mrs. Willie Hughes. They arrived 5 It's not thi hould see. (3) Mr Weert . * Last Two Shows To-day
by the “Fort Townshend.” Mr. i. 4 “ueetotaler "needs notiaiag to re Gin eee 4.30 and 8.30 ASK FOR REAL
Hughes who is one of the At- & Raise somebody's spirite’ (5) : 7 ‘ ‘ MEN-THO-LAY-TUM
torney’s of Messrs William Fog- \1, It may be @ tangled mass. (3) ys coteensininscranen
arty Ltd., has been on long leav: '2 Qould be last. (4 Willis niditenadines ae
3 ” s H ave 14 You'll agree 6 Down 1s this, (4) illiam Shakespeare's John LODER in
= so ae. . sone +8 re, ¥% phe sae ene é “THE WOMAN WHO
e: Tip home took them via a1. kves
the United States. 21. kvery partnership has it. (3) “ ”
Solution of vesterday's Duzzle.——Across: M TH ”
th The Royal Bank ae ee reece ty ARE ott ACBE CAME BACK
M* and Mrs, James Browne V1 Heim: “20. ‘Ena wh. Limit: pen:
arrived from Trinidad yes- Reverie; 3, Gri ; Enaibissta ke es Starring : AND Made ey,
terday morning by B.W.LA. They Samra: Tee ee te: TEMG IS. The Mentholatum Co. Ltd.,
eupect to be here for about eee 18. Deut Orson WELLS “], AKER PLACID: (Est. 1889) Slough, England.
wee| and are staying with rela-
tives in Rockley. . i SSSSOOS OSS SPSSO “% Introducing : es
Mr. Browne is with the Royal A SECTION of the audience who attended the premiere of SERENADE
Bank of Canada in B.G. the film Samson and Delilah at the Bridgetown Plaza yesterday. Jeanette NOLAN ( ‘LOBE THEATRE
MAKE A Starring :
— with
BY THE WAY By Beachcombe vm onemany «fe taisrox_ | teday 500 ant 8 — at Sho
yy beachcomoer DATE FOR Te me ' ”
“é
les Statics. OLYMPIC ONE WOMAN'S STORY
Will anyone let country ‘house “Yes,” he said, “and he’s bringing front happens to catch a glimpse ot ’
feer village to sahib and wife? the burra surveyor with him.” ' that well-known sportswoman’: 9 " Fo aie ‘ow
Tae ot XXX. — Personal Silently she took his hand hot, red face, set on that grea HALL W EN!" eo her . To-morrow and Thursday, 4.45 and 8.30
column, Somewnes . outside in the velvet bull neck, peering over his should- Republic Whole Serial "
OMEWHERE down in darkest >Urrey nig it a drum beat, er, then the person in front coulc 44 SLAVE GIRL
s) Surrey the sahib crossed the Don’t Look Round Now nes a od — responsible for ROXY “KING OF THE FOREST
; ne ; aq bis or her action F
ogtune and opened the door of QOME magistrates decided last hd ited deisel : ating 44 RANGERS ” YVONNE DE CARLO and GEO. BRENT
Nook.” Flinging his hat on week that the person on the one 4 h that twice the Last Two Shows To-day
to a chota-peg in the hall he called back of a tandem bicycle was Tala dinetigus’ reende’ Won ac 4.30 and 8.15 bare AND
urgently for the mem sahib. The equally responsible with the perso, V° Keg vel re =nwoee: oe Sete Starring :
drums are beating in the village in front smashed by just eugh «happy Larry THOMPSON ‘ "
tonight,” he said quietly. ‘Per- acniveut Colurabia Whole Serial . Helen TALBOT ‘SMASH-UP
en ~ answered, “it means : We, on the other hand, main- Mrs. Acroyde And
e egg allocation has arrived.” ain that if the person on the back T was after studyin Mrs. Anthony WARDE dis
There was silence, “And is the seat is Mrs, Acroyde, and the Kavkedion Cisae teas “WHITE ai Me ene Lee BOWMAN Susan HAYWARD
bamecustiy coming to tiffin?” She person in front has one of those moments that one of our elde: Friday Night 3rd at 8.30
she ie eo Ph mk dete ooking-glasses on the han- statesmen made the celebrated re- ” MADAM O'LIND¥ AND
coh cs = ossed his khit- dlebars that enables him to see mark, “Roll up that map—we shal! OUPE
utgar on to the sofa and smiled. backwards, and if the person in not need it again in our time.” In C
Starring Buck JONES “CARACAS NIGHT” N O T | E







ANTI-SHRINK GRAFTON ANTI-SHRINK
WASHABLE RIBBED MAROCAIN

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TUESDAY, OCTOBER 31, 1950

HARBOUR L0G | Think!

—it may be one of you |

In Carlisle Bay
M.

i, MV,
thy A. H. Vansi
Sr ok.

ARRIVALS
8.9. Cottiea, 2.300 tons net,
Bui from Amsterdam.

4 c. L. M. Tannis, 41 tons net.
Caps Pannis, from Trinidad via.. St
Enterprise S. 66 tons net,
from Tobago
"Ortac, 58 tons net, Capt

Gui

Bri ‘
k, 58 tons net,
, from Trinidad

. ch. Eman-

me; Seh
tor, Sch. Timo-
Sch. Cyril E.

Seh.
uel C.

Capt.







DEPARTURES.
Uni' Lis aay S. 47 tons
for St. Lucia.
ita H. 51 tons net, Capt
. for British Guiana.
Rosarene, 60 tons net, Capt.
for British Guiana.
Rufina, 1,856 tons net, Capt.
St. Kitts.
2,300 tons net, Capt
for PrNRRIV
by the S.S
were — Dover Mr. and
. , Mrs. . Elgee, Mr. gna
* Jan Gale ane baby, Mr. L. N.
johnston

leaving y the §.S.
Trinidad Gerline
ards, Ruby

a

mn, loria Edw:

Elkins Pearce, Hugh Pearce
Pearce, ce, bert
5 Pierce, Hyacinth ja
le, Leotta Pierce, Hyacinth King.

\Najiban, Etta oung, Violet
ve, E. M. Lashley. For Pera-

__““archibald Shields, C Me

EB
Ip Touch With Barbados
Coast Station

Indies) Ltd.

that they can now communicate

with the following ships through their
B los Coast Station:

.S. Linga, M.V. i, 8.3.

® s.8. Dolores, 5.5. Rufi A., 8.*-

bie, s.s. Northern Lights, 5.5. Dun-

9.8. Tate » og. Moxmopeen ees,

- 8.8. . .

es, ; Giudad De

s.s. S. Rosa, 5.8. iva,
Southern Harvester, s.s. Argentipa,
3.3. , #8











Hera, 5.5.

er, $.s. Cape Verde, s.s. Esso Syracuse,
5.8, Maracaibo, s.8, Stuf: 8.8, Dragon,
s.s. Alwaki Ww 8.5.
Rincon Hills,

aibo.

Seawell

ARRIVALS — BY B.W.1.A.L.

FROM
Adella Hall, Agatha Joseph, Claudwel!
Morris, Mrs. Estel Morris, Jack M

Jacob Bern: a
wet, "Ann Wrancis, Bileen O'Connor
Goddard, Haynes, Helen Pape.
Cornelius Elenbass, D, Jones, Millicent
m, Grace Morris, Lamon ,
J Chandler, Edith Chandler, Guy
Charbonneau, Pierretie Charbonneau,
Randolph Winchester.

Hampden FR Oa AR Date, Jack

FROM MAIQUETIA
Robertson Helga, Charles Mon
Giuseppe Bortol@edi, Maria Bortolazedi,
Pap Bailey, Robert Hall.
EPARTURES — BY B.W.1.A.L.
FOR TRINIDAD
Harold Yarde, Lawrence Vaughn,
Pacheco, Luis Pacheco, Harry Lewis, John
5 Chowleong, Grace Leechie
William Clarke, Portia Howard, Frederick
Talma, Helena Maloney, Lloyd Summers,
Marguerite Summers, Summers,
Lynn Daniel, Noel R. Whitrick,
Hubert Foster, Patrick Gibbons, Tommy
Taylor, John Coull, John O’Brien, Mary

Ann 2
FOR CANADA VIA TRINIDAD —

Jacques Le Filaguais, Patricia Le
is, Katherine Montgomery, Cecelia
Charles Butterworth, Lawrerice
. Dorothy Adams, Kobert_ Fitz-
. Mary’ Greaves, John Clarke,
Buzek, Ellen Buzek, Dorothy

Webber, Chattefton Young.

FOR VENEZUELA

James Bell, Bell, Dora Wiese,

Gertrude » Harris MeNaughton Miii-
cent McNaughton, Alice Moodley, Andrew
Greenhow, Smith.

JUAN
Rev. Thomas Aslin, Bessy Aslin, Vance
, Donald Scott, Monica Scott,
ida Daniel, Helen VS hggnee sr
Mayers, Marian Greenidge, rothy
Thempson Gertrude Tipper, Hermond::.:



CHEESE, ONIONS COME

Ninety-five cases of cheese and
250 crates of onions were landed
here yesterday among the cargo
of the Dutch passenger-freighter
“Cottica”.

Other cargo arriving by the
vessel included beer, herrings and
matches.

On board the “Cottica’’ on ar-
rival were 116 passengers, seven
of whom ianded here. It took






—And

This is how French scientists
who hope one day to make a
trip to the moon imagine the
control cabin of their rocket ship
will look.

The sketch was planned by
Dr, Alexander Ananoff, chief of
the French Space Travel Society.

The man in the centre is look-
ing through an observation



Pageant Will Show Jap W halers

100 Years’ Progress
Of Agriculture
At Industrial Exhibition

When the Agricultural Society

“| stage its hundredth Industrial Ex-

hibition at Queen’s Park on
December 6 and 7, the House
Committee will be putting on a
Pageant showing the progress of
agriculture during the last hun-
dred years, the Secretary of the
Society told the “Advocate” yes-
terday.
He said that in the

ts and
-|eheep division four vines have

been offered this year for com-
petition in all sections having
more than six entries. In this
division, pure bred sections are
now being introduced for the first
time for British Alpine and
Saanen stock.

eakes is being planned, he said.

All bakeries and persons inter-

anna ested in the art of icing had been

cireularized. Two prizes would be
offered, a first prize of $20 and a
second prize of $10.
Unfortunately the Arts and
Crafts Society did not find it pos-
sible to help this year in running
the Arts and Crafts division, but
the committee who had been
doing it before they took over,
had kindly offered their services.

Fireworks Display

The Society was plenning to
have a fireworks display tnis time,
said the Secretary. Unfortunately
an order for the fireworks placed
overseas could not be executed
but an effort was being made to
get as much as possible locally.

Plans for the holding of the
Exhibition were going well ahead

‘+but lumber was jgiving cause for

anxiety. It was hoped to get the
co-operation of the lumber yards
as in the past,

All being well, it was proposed
to start the erection of booths on
November 20.



Canada Police Handicapped
MGNTREAL.

Montreal policemen want a new

deal in uniferms. Police Sgt. Jean

Pay! Lapointe, president of the

Montreal Policemen’s Brother-

hood, says present winter over-

passengers here for Trinidad] coats are so heavy and ill-fitting

and Paramaribo. It left port aj|that it’s difficult to catch —
»

few hours after arrival.



Quick, easy way
to new

————————



FACE POWDERS





UNIS

COLD & VANISHING

suspect.

loveliness

CREAMS

LIPSTICKS

Lovely Pond’s users
and London include

THE LADY URSULA

you'd go like this!

In the Dairy and Food Products
division a special icing display on

BLANGER, MISS ANNE MORGAN, AND

window at the
moon,
camera

pictures,

Behind him

craters on

is the

motor driving the rocket ship.

the
Above him an automatic
is taking cinematograph

captain
regulating the controls of atomic

BARBADOS ADVOCATE





|

who goes to the moon |

ba |



worn when one of the . crew
wanted to go outside the rocket
—to make repairs during flight.
or to walk about on the moon's
airless surface.

You will notice how rigid the
oxygen-supplied space-suit is,
hat is so it can withstand the

The space-suit—there it is in effects of the vacuum in space

the corner on the left—would be

On 90-Day
Hunt

TOKYO, Oct. 30.

A fleet of 15 Japanese whalers

has started sailing for the Antare-

tic from Yokohama for 90 days’
hunting.

Colonel Schenck of General
MacArthur’s headquarters exten-
ded good wishes to the whalers
in a ceremony yesterday aboard
the 10,896 ton “Hashidate Maru,”
mother ship of the first fleet. On
Wednesday 18 ships, a second fleet
will follow.

A representative of MacArthur's
headquarters will again sail with
the fleet. —Reuter.

—Reuter.



Sugar Talks
Postponed

BRISTOL, Oct. 30

The London talks of the British
Sub-committee of the Interna-
tional Sugar Council due next
month have been postponed until
February, usually reliable sourees
said here today.

These sources said that the
original dates were unsuitable to
some countries attending.

The talks are preliminary to
the International Sugar Council
meeting ealled for next year.

—! r.

Diseased Wheel

BRISTOL, Eng., Oct. 30.

Police here have warned a sneak
thief that the motor car spare
wheel he has stolen is contamin-
ated with a rare and often fatal
disease.

If he has a cut or abrasion on
his hands which comes in contact



| vith the wheel he may die, the

police statement said. The disease
is one which is generally trans~
mitted to humans by rats.

The wheel was stolen from a

doctor’s car while it was parked
outside a hotel on Saturday. Pol-
ice refused to say how the wheel
became infected.

—Reuter.



in Paris, New York,
: THE LADY MARY

MANNERS. Cc




















Wires—But
Not Yet

Trials are to begin soon in
London of the first stage of a
Post Office scheme for quicker
and cheaper telegrams.

The scheme will take four to
five years to complete and will
entail complete re-organisation of
the Post Office teleprinter system

A message handed in at any
Post Office equipped with tele-
printers will, under the new

scheme be sent direct to its des~
tination office.






All the operator will have to
do will be to consult an all-
Britain directory and, by using
a code number, dial the office
required,

A Post Office spokesman said
to-day: “Preliminary stages
the introduction of the
switching system begin
month,’

Trials in London and Birming-
ham will be followed by the es-
tablishment of main centres in
Bristol, Leeds and Seay,

.E.S.

new
next



3 Million
More Cycles.
On Roads
With three million more cyclists
on Britain’s roads than in 1939,
the revival in cycling has reach-
ed its post-war peak.
This boom—which neither =a-
tion-free motoring nor the poor
summer has

illustrated in the growth in mem-
bership of the many clubs,

After Fifty Years

The Cyclists’ Touring Club—is
within a few thousand of equal-
ling the record membership in}
the boom of 1899-1900,

“Already we have added 3,500
new members to our 1949 total
of 53,000, and with new applica-
tions reaching us by the score
each day, we shall soon be reach-
ing our all-time record of 60,000”,
an official of the club said to-day.

L.E.S8.;





To-day’s Tip

uMOLENE

Let your first act on morning be
to GARGLE with a mixture
of warm water and a
little LIMOLENE

YOUD be surprised at the
PHLEGM it brings from your
throat

LIMOLENE 18 to 61c, a Bottle

See Us for
Kargain Prices
for These Items:

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Gin
Gin
Gin

Rose's

Cordial

Bots
Menthe

Dow's Pale Sherry

” Hennessay's
Brandy, (2 Sizes.)

We still stock the usual high

quality in Groceries as:

Pkes. Wafer Corn Flakes
Kellogg's All Bran
Smediey’s Mixed Vegetables

Chiver's Carrots

Sliecat Beets

Lipton's French Coffee

Humphrey's Luncheon
Slices
Bovril, (2 Sizes.)

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BARBADIAN ARTIST'S |
MEMORIAL EXHIBIT: TON |
OPENS TO-DAY

A MEMORIAL EXHIBITION of the Paintings and
Drawings of the Barbadian artist Caro Gill, opens at the
Museum to-day (Tuesday) for three weeks. The artist’s
work shows a variety of styles handled in a competent

Caro Gill was the fourth child

Mr. Archibald Gill
—and Mrs. Gill of Crieff, Strath-

{clyde. She was born the 26th

March, 1898, and was educated at

lthe Alexandra School, St. Peter,
and Grassfield Schooi, St, Mi-
hael. She early showed a talent
for painting and won many oe
|

manner,
of the late

DECISION
CONFIRMED
Had No Club Licence

The Judges of the













4t the local Industrial Agriouly
tural Exhibition.

Assistant In 1917, she went to Canada,

Court of Appeal, Mr. G. L. Tay-}jamd for four years she studied at

the Montreal Art School under
Mr. Bremner. She became friend-
ly with the French-Hungarian
artist de Belle, afterwards a Roy-

lor and Mr. J. W. B. Chenery,
yesterday confirmed the decision
S. H. Nurse, Police Mag-
istrate of District ‘E’, who im-

posed a fine of £2 10 with 3s.]3! Academician, with whom she
costs on Doyle Cardinal Hinds of]frequently went sketching. She
Garden, St. James. returned to Barbados in 1921,

and taught drawing at the High

Hinds was charged by Colonel
School, St. John's.

R. T. Michelin, Commissioner of

Police, for keeping on April 10] In 1924 she left Barbados to
last, a place of public entertain-|study in New York, As the re-
ment known as the “Fox Club’|sult of commissions executed for
at Gerden, St, James, without]? millionaire, she was now able
having previously during the|‘o travel. She visited Rome,
year obtained a suitable licence, | N&b!¢s, Florence and Milan,

where she studied the old Mas-
ters, returning through Switzer-
land to Paris where she settled
‘or some time. Here she studied

He was represented by Mr. G.
H. Adams while Mr. W. W.
Reece, K.C., Solicitor General,
prosecuted for the Crown,



at the Louvre, She returned to

&3 F Adi l Barbados in 1932, and lived at
St. Lawrence until 1937. After a

or us terated short visit to England in 1987,

he once again settled in Paris,

Milk

where she worked and gave pri-
vate lessons.

Leotta Thompson of Wavell At the outbreak of war she
Avenue was fined £8 and 2s] moved to Marseilles. where she
costs to be paid in 14 days or in} sontinued — to paint. Attempts
default one month’s imprison-] were made to send her help
ment by Mr, G, B, Griffith Acting} hrough the United States and
Magistrate of District “A”. Swiss Consuls. As a result of

She was found guilty of selling|the hardships and privations she
adulterated milk which contained] suffered during the German QOc-
11.8 per cent. of water to Sam-]>upation, she died in a hospital
pling Officer L. Harris on Sep-] it Cloissons in December, 1943,
tember 13. where the nuns had been ve"y



DECISION CHANGED eae
IN LOITERING CASE Condensed Milk

The Court of Appeal Judges 2 *
Coming Soon

reversed the decision of Mr. C

W. Rudder, Police Magistrate of
District “B” who imposed a fine There is at present a shortage
of £1 6s with 3s costs on Doreen| of condensed milk in the island,
Brathwaite of Silver Hill, Christ} but this is expected to be reliev-

Church. They dismissed the case} ed in the very near future.

without prejudice. The Controller of Supplies told
Brathwaite was charged with|the “Advocate” yesterday that a
is on order and
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pn to her,



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as BARBADOS ADVOCATE : I TUESDAY, OCTOBER 31, 1950
@

BARBADOS S98 ADVOGATE | PALESTINE: Wau. THERE BE Wan? Canada Prepares Against
Saioe— =: Wateh The Two Men “i inns i

Printed by the Advoernta Co., Lid., Broad 8t.. Bridgetown.

1950

PAGE FOUR





D. V. SCOTT
& CO., LTD.

TO-DAY’S SPECIALS



at the ole Re re





Tuesday, October 31,

a
GOOD NEWS

IT is good news for Barbados that more
food and clothing, in addition to other
products, will be coming to the island
aceording to an official announcement
made yesterday.

Housewives may look forward now to
better supplies of butter, condensed milk,
eggs and apples from North America.

In the shops they can expect a wider
variety of clothing at the lowest possible
prices. Men will rejoice that seer sucker
suits will once more be obtainable. And
(an important point not to be overlooked)
tourists from Northern Countries and from
Venezuela will be offered a wider variety
of choice.

It is too early yet to say much more
about the official announcement that Great
Britain has decided to allow Canada and

ish .manufacturer to compete on equal
terms, instead of sitting back as he too
often does today behind the protection of a
United Kingdom order which virtually
says “buy goods from the United Kingdom
and sterling area first; if we cannot supply,
try the dollar area.”

In The Desert

FIRST: THE

OMENS OF

WAR

Hy Kenneth Macaulay

THE UNCENSORED STORY of the °f inescapable logic that
near-to-war tension between Jew and
;Arab cannot be cabled from Israel or

Jordan.



be cabled

NICOSIA (Cyprus).

Two armies are practising war
this morning in the narrow land
once known as Palestine. Israel
has mobilised to test her invasion
defences.

In the plains of Jordan, far from
prying eyes, the Arab Legion pre-
pares for its autumn manoeuvres
—also to test its preparedness



cs wisdom on which the sword



—

of war is suspended between Israel
and Jordan,

% =

City Harrier
It is only after visiting both
countries that one is able to ses
how strained those threads have

become.
A fortnight in Jerusalem
New City I stood looking across
100 yards of no-man’s land at the

ago







valley from the north and up along
the shores of the Dead Sea.

This would pinch out the great
Jordanian bulge (see map) con-|
taining some of the Arab king-
dom’s finest agricultural land

To the Arab, it seems a matter i
Israel |
must secure for herself a source |
of income within her own econemy.
) It is inconceivable to the Arabs

i

Before the reporter was that the people of Israel can be| ties to relinquish the wartime controls which
allowed to leave Israel his despatch dependent for ever on free gift
case was sealed by the security officer.
He then flew to Cyprus—nearest point
from which this uncensored report could

dollars from America. Or that
they will for ever be content t
put up with their present pioneer-
ing austerity,

The Arab supports this fear b,;
pointing to the resignation las!
week-end of Premier Ben-Gurion’
Socialist coalition Government,
The reason: disagreement over
economic policy.

Now look at the fabric of fear:

-.- Through The
Eyes of a Jew



|



Israel explains her defensive |



They are, of course, both right.
And both are afraid,



Nationalisation?= «A More
Excellent Way”

j barking on a number of steps which it likes

Inflation Threat

OTTAWA.
WHILE reiusing to endorse a return to the
price-control policies it used in the Second
World War, the Canadian government is em-

to describe as “anti-inflationary.”
Since the early post-war years, when it was
under extreme pressure from opposition par-

made possible a fairly stable cost of living,
the government has repeatedly stated it does
not believe that Canadians will stand for
price control in peacetime. By this it means
control such as Canada had in the Second
World War.

The government's stand is that rising prices
cannot be stopped effectively without controls
being imposed on all phases of the economy—
trade, rents, food, raw materials, and wages.

Having made plain that it does not intend
to impose such controls in peacetime, the



BEFORE COLUMBUS

WHAKATANE, N.Z.
A VOYAGE more remarkable than that
of Columbus and made over 100 years
earlier, has been celebrated at this town on
New Zealand’s East coast.










Tins BABY FOODS
Pkgs, BRILLO (Soap Pads)

Usually Now
$ .14 $ .08

16 4

Tins CORN BEEF
(with Cereal) .

LAWN MOWERS



2 Sizes *

WHEEL BARROWS
GARBAGE CANS — Small & Medium

STEP ON CANS
GALV. BUCKETS

Green, Blue, White & Ivory

10”, 11", 12”, 14°

Light, Medium & Heavy.

GALV.

ROUND BATHS







WOOLLENS

?

EARLY BUYING

OF LARGE STOCKS
‘ aay

HAVE KEPT OUR PRICES DOWN

It is true that Barbados has been allowed I HAVE been much interested in illustrations of its remarkable : - :
: ; : reading the numerous letters and ; Seiplorae aa -| The epic was the arrival of the Maoris T
even during this period of preference for articles in the “Advocate” on the By Rev. F. GOODSON value, in current journals. The HE THRIFTY WILL SHOP NOW

the United Kingdom exporters endugh
dollars to obtain essential foodstuffs and
other items not obtainable in the United
Kingdom, but there has been real hardship
none-the-less.

It is a sign of hope for better understand-
ing and better relations between the
United Kingdom and the West Indies that
this concession of more trade with North
America has at last been granted. It is
too soon to say exactly what will be the
effects on the West Indies in terms of
actual trade, but it is not too early to state
categorically that there will at once* be

Public Utilities Bill, or Creation of
the “Natural Gas Corporation” to-
gether with the report of the
discussion in the House of Assem-
bly, and although the matter has
been decided—et least as far as
the Howse is responsible—I should
like to suggest that there is a bet-
ter plan, “a more excellent way”,
to use St. Paul’s famous phrase
in the introduction to his panegy-
ric on Perfect Love.

Whatever my opinion may be
worth, as a lay onlooker in such
affairs, I have never caught on to
the idea of nationalisation,
whether in its full-orbed form or
the partial measure here adopted.
Nor in Capital levies and taxes on
Company reserves put by for up-
keep and expansion: they all seem

cent issue of the Crown Colonist
in its survey of Commonwealth
and Imperial Affairs. The Over-
seas Food Corporation appointed
a Sir Leslie Plummer as its Chair-
man and Chief Executive, and
contracted with him for seven
years’ service at £5,000 a year.
Then after two and a half years
the contract had perforce to be
terminated and compensation pro-
vided for Sir Leslie to the time
of £8,000. Of course a good por-
tion of those generous amounts
would have to be returned as in-
come tax, but No! let those
who know the situation and have
created it work it to its fullest
capacity and let the State be con-
tent with the natural increase of
its share of the results.

latest story of the kind I have seen
is furnished in a recent issue of
that most valuable publication,
the Reader’s Digest, and it comes
from France.

It is designated “The Young
Employers of France”, and it tells
how some 2,500 French firms are
working by the plan, with aston-
ishingly favourable results.

Here is the principle on which
the scheme is based, and in the
spirit. of which it is carried on,
namely “A Partnership of Capital
and Labour.” ;

It appears that a’ young busi-
ness man, Gaston Bernier,
proprietor of a small firm making
wine presses in the South of
France, saw the way, only some
five years ago, to materially ex-

in New Zealand in 1350, after they had voy-
aged from a homeland far to the north across
the Pacific. This place now is believed to
have been the Society Islands,

The first natives journeyed in small open
canoes without navigation instruments of
any kind. They arrived safely after many
perilous adventures, their only sailing direc-
tions coming from ancient legends handed
down by still earlier navigators who made
the journey to New Zealand and back.

The Maoris had no written language until
atter the arrival of Europeans a little over
a century ago, but their traditions were so

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if since Great Britain decided to save dollars | into the silence and starlight of vad bourthcrena ta A et ment 1.500.000 they seen pretty tame at
3 was P ¢ i . 7@ = , , . see .
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i i nv aati Sela sasily over P&trier which seperates the Jewish men must serve two years in the es :
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Importers in the West Indies have been _ te ders, aim a guard. Military regulations forbid reserves, where they do 30 days ; ‘aed tse Lamcleiheies atch
i i lai hat United King- ragile china and cip their esis. entry from Israel direct into territorial service a year, plus one | Zuarded against a deficit by increasing taxes.)
loud in their complaints that Unite ing of fragile china and sip their sada, : :
d roducts were both inferior to and the bitter unsweetened coffee that 2°T4an. The journey has to be day a month on parades. 2. The dollar, evidently stronger than the : f x
on Ee r : . the bedouins brew and serve even ™M#de by flying first to Prenus ang The service is the same fo }level at which it was “pegged” was freed. PHONES 4472 & 4687
more expensive than the American of "| more sparingly than rare brandy, ‘€" taking another plane to . : sa :
ee ; The older man sits the way he Beirut, and a third plane to Women between the ages of l6|/This resulted in a decrease in the price of
Canadian items which had become estab- ‘ea Re gy a si cena a dig. Amman and 24, married women excepted. fomeign} tinea
: ; wi ewer Wren, BS - It is impossible for men ot | lorel H
rnd bcos A Sennen ee See ale ie oe ee women of military age to leave} 3 > Government civilian construction which
advertisements in this newspaper a short |¢an see that he is short and the country. Students planning : : :
stocky, with bushy eyebrows and ‘ peal i . ser- | already had been provided for in money votes
time ago showed clearly how goods manu- | with grey in his short beard. ie ae aoe’ oe rama has been deferred.
factured in the United Kingdom had re- | JJordam’s Kin So, with few exceptions, Israel is : :
haA i ducts b * He is rez ate ¢ % a bourn from which no immigrant; 4 Mortgage credit has been tightened up.
placed North American products by a per e is ready to talk about the site elutes th
3 ‘ iniquities of Israel as he sees the ever returns. 5. The government predicts higher taxes
centage of more than ninety. Meanwhile pote ‘Abdtlich Ibn Tuan titi Year to kiphen aR baying pote: and
Canadian and American ships were con- |descendant of the Prophet Maho- Suspicion en
is ; 4 : t and 70-year-old ruler of the help pay for a probable defence budget run-
tinuing to provide essential inter-area | {2 ; 6) the AvatteavHinde ground}. .c.
: Kingdem of Jordan. e Arab, fear finds ground} ning into 10 figures.
communications, and Canadian National The other man sits comfortably for suspicion in everything across ; ‘ : 1
St shi ik ne ati thepoint of stat- [894 orientalwise on the rug—a the uneasy border. 6. Instalment buying is to be curbed by NATIONAL
eam syPs A ; Pp y squave-cut and powerful figure The Arabs see Israel's great in-| pegulations expected to come into effect right
ing that their services would possibly be |whom one could imagine as the gathering “ her eres. eee nas
. : colonel! of a Highland regiment as more an a fu ent ol ov :
eens See Sa oe. had He is Sir Alec Kirkbride, former ae idealism. It is also, they 7. The government short-term security PAINTS
ainstakingly built up during e war intelligence officer to Lawrence say, the mass importation of man- ial 1 sae
P ay sad wae ghe had tbst at a blow of Arabia, and the British Minister power, ripe for military service | Market has been allowed to aut low. This is
years Weel in the Jordan capital of Amman. and ready to fight the homeland’s|'to increase the yield and build up greater d et QUALITY with ECONOMY
when Great Britain began the battle of the a fies acta eee ay battles. demand. — -
. ey have been friends for Proof? The watchful eyes of hae . .
ton Bap, ita ae 2) eat er, oa Siew fe Mae on Risk: ; Jordan pick out Israel’s new} 8. The Bank of Canada has increased its A PAINT FOR EACH JOB
oday, under devaluation, it WL e rose in stature as a so Kirk- [o ss farms, These are being built up cook t tk t hich it will lend = pasiee
i : bride rose in the diplomatic service JORDAN | va ank rate—tne rate al W A JOB WELL DONE BY EACH P. .
more difficult to resume trade with Canada | o¢ nis country from junior assist- JORDAN from tented settlements at feverish cntored Ganieutrom ii to 2
i . speed, and are not invariably| money to the char J z
and the United States because the pound ant secretary to resident, and then eiied)"Gds"the “Asiibe, to\ the best | cu; SEE US AND BE INTERNATIONAL
: . ; Minister. auricult ¥. 1. odvacan per cent.
sterling is worth so much less oa it was Today, as Abdullah's friend, Sir JORDAN'S BULGE ( gricultural advantage. These, government experts believe, are
before the axe of devaluation fell. Alec is the most powerful servant the map) into Terdal Now, nestling on the summits], ; : ‘ ey y
It j ible that Canadian exporters |°f.. the British Crown in the (white on the map) are solid communal homes anda} Steps in the right direction.” If more are DA COSTA & CO... LTD cents.
is possi e Pp , Middle East. rt What dees Jew fear from Arab, farmsteads — so solid that they] needed, they will be taken. But they will
will have drastically to reduce their prices It is net so surprising, then, pe bay from Jew? Look first at the would withstand a siege. __Inot include direct price or wage controls
t t ith certain items which have that when he bas a decision to rift of hatred and suspicion— The Israelis say: “Here we have . :
0 compete with ce m: 4 make which may involve yee RAE Through the built ourselves a home and|which the government believes Canadians
j i ar j %alestine i a % zt i
meanwhile been coming from ee eee eee ee Sen oo Eyes ol on Arab beoules husbandry to the top of] wil] not stand for, unless there is another
Kingdom. But it is also possible that the call on him for counsel. Experts in Amman believe that The Arabs say: “Look! There| world war. —CP. IN SPITE OF THE RISE IN PRICE OF--
United States and Canada may both cut ar Ales hanils Ae eye Israel may one gay make a giant they have built themselves a
. ‘ 23s sap. ; : S » also sensitive pincer movement dewn the Jordan fortress.”
a prices to a lével which will-force the Brit- holt ho aon. tac of
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noticed throughout the British Caribbean
an improvement in relations between
the United Kingdom and the people of the
West Indies in consequence.

Nothing could more help to remove the
suspicion that the United Kingdom export-
er was benefiting at the expense of the
West Indian consumer than an increase in
freedom of trade between the West Indies
and the Great Dominion of Canada to

to me to interfere unhealthily with
expert individual initiative and
achievement, which are so highly
serviceable to the public interest
and economic wellbeing, and also
to be, as Mr. Shepherd put it in
one of his letters, ‘‘cumbrous and
expensive.” :

How can it be supposed that any
Government can create a Manag-
ing Board for an industry more
efficient than the clever and ex-

erienced persons who have built
it up and carried it forward to
whatever success it has attained?

The “more excellent way” I
wish to mention and to urge upon
the attention of local legislators
and business firms—though I can-
not suppose it has altogether been
overlooked—is that of goodwill
and co-operation between all con-
cerned in the running of an indus-
try or business—stockholders,
management, and employees—and
I would add clients or customers,
for they have many opportunities
and means of helping towards suc-
cess.

This improved and very fruitful
plan is in operation in a good many

tend his business, but he needed
two things, capital to provide a
bigger plant and a larger and more
interested labour force, So he went
first to his customers, as possible
subscribers and shareholders, the
vine-growers of the area, and be-
fore long got the promise of the
necessary capital. Then he talked
to his employees and won their
interest, partly by offering them
small shares in the extension and
the scheme was on its way.

As mentioned already Capital
and Labour were to share the
management, operating through an

accurately handed down by word of mouth
that the date of arrival can be fixed fairly
close. The landing places of the canoes are
still known, as are many incidents connected
with the voyage. Many Maoris can trace
their descent in an unbroken line back to
the crews of the canoes.

Maoris and Europeans are using the cele-
brations as a means of bringing still closer
relations between the two races and of set-
ting a further course for the Maori people.

: : A how can a new Board be set iva : ; . ‘ :
whom the West Indies are turning more ne it creating .in some cases in leading and progressive =*ecutive Committee of four! Their aim is to fit the Maoris more fully for
3 , : up withou eu Sele ae tri specially: TY bale i —Bernier, of course, and al... 5 fee ‘ :
and more for assistance in their economic | measure a topheavy situation? countries, especially, Seen life in a western civilization while preserv-

development.
OUR READERS SAY:

omitting the letters from my Com-

And as for expense, here is an
illustration picked up from a re-

“Advocate” of 24th October, and
which seem to have caused him

so much concern,

Britain and U.S.A., and it is de-
scribed from time to time, with

except Sea View.

net counted

wrong with this Village?
in

stockholder, a work » and an
@ On Paw &

. What has gone inhabitants
Is it areas,

among the

of these

A RESIDENT.

ing the finest traditions of the native race.

touch your, I understand that
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Oil i. Mansa kéocoe Ay t4 Yours truly, other villages of St. James? or .
To,the Bator, The Advoate, Rane Soles Jo, Me RE, MMACHrvns, hat buon ie to taints {© Human Relations ‘tow at they wll gladly acept (| FRUIT SPECIALS
SIR in the Advocate” | of 25th July, 1950, all of which inake MaGAIRE wna Attorney, «ite OWN Reeds? _t sinnerey habe all ossiated with Carl Marx Doe- Raisins fable Butter in Pkgs.
Wednesday 26th instant there was' iy’ Dertectiy plain that, although B.U.O.C. Ltd. not. I have read a few weeks ,, S18/—It has been a very longe frine but only ot eee on Currants Dhak eee
a heading “Adams refutes State- |. aturally wonted some form ol ago that Holetown will soon be ‘me now since I wanted to ex- jjes been told to en to, et eee Mixed Peel ets nelbaecsa n gy
ments on Oil” In so far as the adh pin 7 we Deere at coe Y.W.C.A. having street lights, a very good press my mind toward racial and ~ n to o them to get re- Dutchman’s Head (whole)
s word “refutes” usually meang wt ae oe es g° sd idea, and the Parish a Dispen- S¢sregation of humans against iho: = on Sevan of this racial CEREALS M
“disproves,” I should like to poitt Sostrvcie ee the rian a. _SIR,—As I understand, age- sary another good idea, but is humans, I have herd rumors Bet eae ne eae All Bra EAT Dept.
out that Mr. Adams did not refute o 734 essential requirement of my 2¢OUPins is creating a great hard- Holetown in urgent need of strect that the Negro as we are call got wm oc, practice in the West Indies Shredd d Wh Fresh Sausages
A any of the statements in my letter 2" eee ment of mY ship for youth, “Harrison College lights? or the parish in urgent need their color from atmospheric pres- “° 2°¢ to small. Let us all live \ ee eat Fresh Mince Meat
to the “Advocate” of October 24th, [OMPany before taking a lease in wag founded as a free school in of a dispensary? Why not see to Sure. Of corse thie talk ig only ‘osether like sisters and brothers | Soaaee, Nita Fresh Vegetables
He denied one of my statements, eit hea Nite oe ee 1733 by Thomas Harrison, a those who are in need first? 1 from the more ignorant classes, °@4 88 one happy family and there Pufied Wheat resh Fruit
namely, that the cause of the Sil ‘of thane Mates. £ an oie a, of Bridgetown. . hope that the members of the ! believe in scientific researches von. = better and happier SWEETS
breakdown of negotiations . be- ¢, Suen npealt iorehotine trond a Did t a on: sone ie vestry will for one moment con- ®2G appreciate the men. indeed re PRO Marshmallows F or the CHICKS
tween the Government and my jast-dated’ letter namely 25th pov Guid be made to leave and sider those unfortunate people Who brings it to light, but I have BONO PUBLICO. Carr's. Chocolate ‘saieoilts Scratch Grain
Company was due to the fact that July to the King’s Soli ioe a hele aage ache Is os i : . ace who reside in the tenantry of Never heard of a scientist trying to Rats Barley Sugar Layena
the Government could or would . ‘th lett ea h a lly by i Bee ing? Ss cause of age- Sea View, and give these people find out color or complexion Adam gTR___p} ) Boxes Chocolates Grpwena
not give reasonable protection to Of negotiations between the Gov. Also. this letter asks the te Same facilities they have Were of or his two sons Cane and hitle Wateranne te des ae, Ae eae ce a
our gas reservoir, and not to any 0) Mh and ine Cominanwe v. merchants to come forward wits given the people of other villages Abel ‘and their offsprings. My of the “Rat Destine onuition Se; POO Re ee er oe
refusal by Government to give my Sathoars irate ake Bs, Cetaatiins generous. donations for the 22d stop them from continually = readers, | personnely feels Barbados. These athe = rn *e TURTLE
Moh within. 34 miles ‘or ‘var With the acting Colonial Secretary Y-W.C.A., and other charities fending their prayers to" the that this practice is a desease, it employed to do. a very. dificult Cu



tribution within 34 miles of our

and you, with regard to a Lease

in memory of this great man,

Heavens when they see a black

comes just like a smoker trying to

job, and have

SOUP

Oran ae : er ing : ‘ ; J a given ‘ect sat-
Bain, Mame te fad tucae SNS Sac wee” ahinkse® "So ota Mien cpp mone ad ant tps ns Qt en rt
top him to disprove it. beat ergs Ba snc a San tah Sea View a doctor any time without fear; generation to come for an instance of the poison baits and EGGS

Mr. Adams has promised to have
a letter made available to ai inem-
bers of the House so that they can
see what the demands of the Com
pany actually were, All I ask i

_ that, in all fairness, he will mak«

available to the members of the
House ALL the correspondence
which has passed between the
representatives of the Government
and those of my Company, nob

ed to provide adequate protection
of the reservoir of the Wells, it
is the intention of our clients NOT
to continue the operation of the
Wells after the moment when
their Licence expires.”

I should also like to remind Mr.
Adams that he has apparently for-
gotten to reply to the other
matters raised in my letter in the

SIR,—Permit me space in your
valuable column, to say something
about the state of the tenant
roads that exist in Sea View. Is
the vestry of St, James aware of
the state cf the tenant roads that
exist in the Village? I have
noticed that something has been
done and is being done in every
village to win the satisfaction and
admiration of the taxpayers

#f this can also be said of Sea
View I am a Jap. As a matter
of fact I cannot for the life of
me imagine a doctor going into
any of these tenant areas after a
good downpour of rain unless by
a helicopter. How long js this
state of things going to last? For
ever? I hope not and I also hope
that this letter will catch the
eyes of the Vestry and they will
do something to help the poor

these were in great worlds wars
and men of all classes fought to-
gether in unity and then after the
wars the doctrines of segregation
and racial discrimination was once
more to be seen in certin parts
of the world. Even in some West
Indian island there is segregation
with people of your own eolor if
you gets in a bus and sits near
they will bend themselfs So neat
that no part of their bodys can

traps laid by them.
should be recognised here as
eatchers are recognised in Eng-
land or any other countries be-
cause the rats not only destroy
plants and other goods, but
spread peculiar diseases that are
very difficult to diagnose,

Hoping that the Government
will look into this matter wat
make a little remunerative im- |
provement soon,

MATADOR DE RATONES



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; 5 The stretch of land between |! OVER 50 lorries from all the “ GOD'S WAY OF
a e e Needham’s Point and the Aquatic parishes of the island were on
Earn A Living Club’s premises serves many pur- |! t wharf this morning ame kind SALVATION
poses. There one finds one of the | j& loads of muriave of potash from : iv
IFTY-SIX-y best and most popular bathing | lightera tying alongside. the PLAIN” with ELIZABETH
F [YEAR-OLD Herman| beaches in the island. There is wharf.
Callendar of Deacons Roac/the Government Rifle Range. The lorries formed a continuous Please
has been makin

write for one io ARDEN
g dog-chains, swiv-| There is the B.U.O.C. premises, |

i i ; ine from the Government spirit Samuel Koberts, Gospel oe
els, ice picks, egg-whips, three-| and there, during the war, some ar, to the west end of the Book and Tract Service, PREPARA TIONS
point forks and swizzle sticks for} Members of the local Regiment ; ohare’ 30, Central Avenue, Ban-
the ast 30 years, He sells these} ®stablished quarters. | Lighters were discharging ne gor N. Ireland.”
articles in, the City and his familiay| . Now, someone has suggested | Botash ‘at one berth and each ra
Cry is: “Chains! Chains! Dog- that the area should be turned 2



Chai s into a park lorry driver was try ng to be the
ains or Swivels”! ark.
= Park or no park, the spot has a

first to get his lorry loaded. This FOR A RELAXED SKIN—



; . any 4 rf iz Ardena Pore Cream A
~ Callendar told the Advocate yes-| 2atural beauty, and yearly, excur- aoe ys re a tame jam on greaseless astringent
terday that there is another man|Sionists from country — districts rae x fh ached al te eae POST EARLY cream to help contract
doing the same trade but he sells said spent oe a - oo Seat i : stiouneit of distended pores.

i ; : ,{much gusto as town fo ave 7
Secon nae the City and spent them at Bathsheba. fe 38,800 bags of the potash from FOR FOR THE OILY SKIN—

Min the days Gin Gi : At Needham’s Point, the light- HS] Antwerp on Friday, . Ardena Astringent Cream.
Foundry “Docks m the Central}! house stands sentinel over the The lorries were taking the CHRISTMAS A Day-time treatment,
taba oF Bi went under the] coastal waters. Near the light- potash from the wharf vo the

of Blackwood’s Dry Docks,| house grow many grape trees. The

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Callendar worked there. He after-
wards left this job and went with
the Agricultural Department, His
next job was that of a gardener.| there is dense shrubbery, tall al-
but doctors advised him to give} Mond trees and Straight fir trees
up this type of work as it was in-| planted to look Jike pillars in the
jurious to his health nave of a building.

E F Among these plants and shrubs

Tt was then that Callendar

there is one, or maybe more than
thought of using his hands to make | one which give the area one of its

a living aad he sought his present | distinctive scents—a pleasant one.

Various
{ox

plantations in the island

grapes are not very juicy, but that as manure,

does not prevent juvenile beach-
combers from enjoying them. Then

the






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trade, From time*to time he made} There is also the perpetual smell ai erates latin ie wae with the Crest of %
chains, swivels etc, until he be.|0f oil from the British Union Oil Sor : x



i \ . interest. Profits, was
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aur 7 setae AP “a wgreed, should go first to pay a Barbados x
He supplies many hardware Li oo 28 (the. Warning. “180,200 fixed basic wage to labour, a x
stores in the City with his articles, eee reasonable salary to Bernier as $
especially during the war when Warning Sign Managing Director, and 4% divi- 3!
he did a good trade. He said yes- There are other signs—those ‘|dend on Capital. Then 5% of the |
terday; “Things are not very bright| which warn off bathers and pedes- emainde* should be set aside
but I can still make a living.” trians when the members of the i |/or “reserve’, and what was left %|
Callendar sells dog-chains at|Barbados Rifle Association are {:hou'd be divided, by mutual »
2/6 each, swivels 12 or 14 cents| Sending bullets whizzing across

{sgreement, between capital, man-
gement and labour,

Now there came a day when the
scheme was vigorously tested,
There was a chance to secure
orders for the big number of 350
presses, Many more than the or-
jinary output of the firm. And lo!
to meet the emergency the work-
men voluntarily offered to move
up from a 40-hour to a 60-hour
week, and they maintained this
big extension for six months with,
of course, a big increase in finan-
cial returns by which everybody
benefited.



ice picks 18 cents wholesale and| from either of the five ranges.
1/6 retail, and egg-beaters 18 cents}. But it is as a good bathing spot
each. He can also do repairs to that this part of the island is more
these articles, closely associated in the public
mind, On Thursday evenings,
i pe SILVER CUP which was workers enjoying the weekly half
presented to the winner of the| h°liday, and other people go there
All Star Talent Show held at the

> ree numbers. They swim,

Globe Thez : play beach cricket, skip and do

wis Gelglon. Bir ciers mght.) physical fitness stunts.

aaa Thameane’ ‘ayton Thomp-|" ‘There is a large bathing shed

with his Wee ‘of “Ghat s00d,) which can be used for a small
anoogi | price. re ar i y=

Shoe Shine.” price. There are still some how

Neville Phillips,

ever, who do their undressing and
In Love” was second while third

LORRIES awaiting loads of manure occupied half the width
of the wharf for about 200 yards yesterday.

or the Crest of the University
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St. Joseph Vestry
Want Roads Rebuilt

THE ST. JOSEPH VESTRY at their meeting yesterday

Make that stew really tasty
with just a little Marmite !
Make it better for you too—
Marmite contains the B2

who sang “So| dressing under low hanging trees, vitamins that build up

Bay Street School once occu-

7 COMB in Case with File i

4 i : The advantages attaching to SHOPPING LIST health and resistance to
position went to Byron Rollock| pied part of the area when the decided to approach the Government through their repre- | nae a ire of co-operation. are Loose LEAF NOTE BOOK illness. That’s why it’s so
who sang “Bless This House”,| School premises were being re- sentatives in the House in order to get funds to rebuild aictty obvious—the promotion of ANICURE Bat’ iReensi) good for everyone on bread
Rudolph Hinds» was loudly ap-| Paired. To the west of the beach the roads in the parish which were damaged and had be-! goodwill all round, the elimin- FRUIT KNIFE in Case

plauded for singing “Ave Maria”|! the Military Cemetery which

ition of complaining and strikes,
the incentive to all-out effort by
}ithe rank and file workers mani-

and butter or in tasty sand-

come impassable due to the recent heavy rains wiches. You can do so

Mr. J. A. Haynes who brought | been put aside for rebuilding the

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KEY CAN (2 kinds)
HAIR GRIPS in Case

has given the spot

while Irvin Harri i
At ce ayed the piano name of “Gravesend.”

its popular
and sang “Night and Day”,

Another hit of the night was

; ; ; ; l tee its: i l- NOTE CASE i id

up the matter said that they had | isolation hospital. festing itself not only in zea ZIPP TOM : soups, gravies, sauces and
the nine-year-old Calypsonian a tremendous rainfall in the parish| Th Vestry received the Audi- | ous work but also in sugwegtions TOBACCO POUCH + kei savoury dishes—and Marmite
Lord Fauntle-Roy who delighted for the year and recently they for in methods in

the audience with his own com-

ails, ¢ much for cooking.
Local St Vi Cent | had so much rain that a consider-| for the year ending March 24,| various details, and the assistance CARD CASE Sa does so good ng,
position, “Modern Girls Ain’t G e neen able amount of damage had been | 1950 of the customers of the firm who
No Respect” fetaain , si done to some of the roads, render- . also, many of them, would have . % PRICES from 66 conts to $4.80.

The Guest Star of the night was De Paul Society ing vhem impassable Members present were Rev |-mall share in its capital and]@

Master Trevor Marshall and he

« ” He said that it was the Vestry’s| W. R. Coward (Churchwarden ), m4)
sang “Stormy Weather”. duty to take some note of th's Mr. L. E. Smith, M.C.P » Mr.; One ed fevalcrnat ree BRUCE WEATHERHEAD x e : ;
8 a . i . : c vended: Waa . > be » ned, anc his \
A’ ACCIDENT «occurred ai] The works of charity begun by Bene it was going to create cee eee a “ap aire’ anacially ‘geelnioaed ia Sridaetown; LIMITED 4 The Vitamin B Yeast Food
pout William Henry Stree.| Antoine Frederic Ozanam. undet Spe, Praha ant’ o a Coceonut | Mr. We ‘Gooding, Mr. H.A’|a scheme to provide the workers x Made in England
at about 11 o'clock yesterday|the patronage of St. Vincent de Roads were impassable and he | Carter, Mr. JH Branch, "| with their own homes, Many of Head of Broad Street
ORE by: Rare Bara cl eG Dente ait ec ee road Ue te eee nse | here MET. : | them lived in overcrowded ‘sec | x pene
e y arles Swan of Belle-| Performed all over the world by rae ! a tions of neighbouring villages, a ‘ 6$$6666096 seek
plaine, St. Andrew and driven by|Mmembers of the branches of the| â„¢issioners of the parish to do would be more than glad to have | **CSS%96G9S666666906060"%

Dudley Harewood of Howell's
Cross Road, and a bicycle owned
by Livingstone Small.

The Advocate was informed by
the Police that an agreement was

anes aan

ach that bi f the High was successfully lg pet er , ‘nile
i Od emwer of the Highway! The shallows off Netdham’s| Now it is not to be supposed tha
Tesmned ‘between the two parties. Boclety ta tee ae ant Commissioners of the parish, that | point aes inasticd by a conicallin . community. as small as
BICYCLE, owned and ridden|tunate irrespective of race, col- Board had brought the mavter to shaped “beagle buoy”, painted| Bridgetown and with business on

by Sydney Callendar of Colly-
more was damaged in an
aceident along Pine Plantation

; 9 , CELANESE SILK V28STS,
aban weekly financial aid, and occa-| ™issioners were doing all they|ment ' waterboat’ “Ida” dropped | ¢w instances that seem to Bin no sleeves. Small, Medi.
Road at about 6.45 yesterday Sionally a special grant to poor] Possibly could to assist in having|one of these buoys in about 8% | halfway es on s ~~ um, and Large.
"aio Tevetved was another cycle people; assisting with funeral ex-| the roads fepai. sd for the benefit |fathoms of water. The buoy | could be tried with good prospee

Cc

and ridden by MacDonald
Bostick of the Ivy, St. Michael.

[_As0vness are at present cut-
tin,

g down the largest tree at

“Wakefield”, the Y.M.C.A’s, new

elastic waist. Small, Me-
itis ; ; ‘ | For gambling on Lears Gap—a dium and Large,
At the next meetin, si Needham’s Point lighthouse. | ee 0 7 r WY
headquarters, This is a sandbox|made as to whetres the cases Governor Knows ‘The beagle buoy droppec yes-| Public highway on eee ee
tree behind the building. Nearly] are deserving, and if so how far

all the other trees have already

itua- |ing the time it was being painted. | ‘Ow ay a Mr. H. A. Tal-
media cown, A few mote trees| "For nance the Socety de-| Gov*ruar, Knew, apout the situa; | trarker bug! tools We place | is Worship, Mr, HL” A. ‘Tale SILK _HANDKERCHIERS.
and a large quantity of grass are! pends on donations from indi-| condition of the roads in the par-|i? the sea. The marker buoy ae 14 Mies Gr Bue, month's Self colours in shades of
all that is left of this once beauti-| viduals and firms, from. collec. ish, aa only last night he a in}Was brought back yesterday by| »% lay

ful
_ MOBILE CINEMA will

orchard,
give a show at Cambridge
Plantation yard, St.



Joseph, at ; Highway Comniissioners and he BEACH SHORTS used for
9.80 to-night. bon Service and from jumble] 18 sure that they would do their Sea - bathing in shades
= 7 * part when they were appealed ‘vo Ecru and Grey, Sizes:
{ for help.
i

Advocate
| Photo

Competition





Helps Poor

Bociety of St. Vincent de Paul,
including the Barbados Branch,
Headquarters of the Society
here is St. Patrick’s Roman Ca-
tholic Church, There are about

our or creed. Among their ac-
tivitics is the giving of a Christ-
mas and Easter dole; regular

penses; furnishing medicine for
poor; repairing of houses.
Members meet every Tuesday
night when cases requiring help
ave put up and members are ap-
pointed to investigate those cases.

can the Society help.

tions received at the church door
after Sunday Mass and at meet-
ings, from the sale of tickets for
Midnight Mass and the Good Fri-













scenery ao stripes in
Mr. Smith said that he agreed] — a 6:6,6,66 6300689 SCOOP PFOOVOPOPPOSSS, various qualities,
wie Gee Pivedtar fA at respect ere SPP PEPE POP PPP PSP ES GROCERS 1 0, 1 1 ; 1 2, & | 3 Broad Street Prien: teen to. ce
rey had soft soil in the parish | ¢ r 7 7 mC, 5 , :
and with the amount of rain they x ON SALE AT ALL a * set iliaciaiain
. were getting it was of no use try-}% $ i eaeialaeadiaitbiees aie
- : . Stasreto SS
Closing Wednesday, Ist Nov. ing. to start on work of that kind x % : Te a ee
as it would only mean a waste of < MS | SAAS ASOD SESPOD POPS ODI ODD DOD IOP POOP OOP POO SOOO SOLVES
\abour and material. He however x % s
promised the Vestry thav he would | % $ 1%
SEND IN YOUR PHOTOGRAPHS do everything in his power as one & x t @9
of the representatives in the House , 3 At S/S T 66 : x
) for the parish to get funds for vhe % _m Lil Ae Ris é
NOW AND WIN " repair of the roads, * Br a eae ae ¥ $
{ The Vestry next dealt with re- % x %
f N} ports of Vestry exhibit‘oners at] $ s %
, First’ Prize - - $350.00 Queen's College, Lodge School, | % 3
i} Combermere School and S&t st SHOULD BE IN EVERY KITCHEN
Q Ss Michael's Girls’ School. ¥ t
| mal Prize = â„¢ $25.00 The Vestry deciaed to write tc %
} = > ? - »
» Third Prize = = $15.00 oak or Eoitttdtnece Bahco. $ CARIBBEAN AGENCY—AGENTs. It roasts, boils, stews, bakes cakes, etc.,—in short it will do
\} warning ioe Lop if we boy's | ¢ pbditiiialliialigeh cian seenbeimeil every form of cooking that can be done on any oil, coal, or electric
SSS ‘port at the end of this term | $4940:04.444.446.46664946694606: COSCO OOOOT |
repor pee - Aaah Dee spe
{{ ie unsatisfactory, the scholarship Yo on etc ODI LEE LFGSOSDOLEI FFE LEA LATO < Stove eek a eee BUT THERE Is THIS DIFFERENCE sees .
i) Ethane) na be vaken away. This is the|? y $
Sem ee Re Che SCR AREAS CS EEF A Ae Hee D pase ‘rd occasion on which he was % | Y, : “ ” d Fuel and
x + havi atladartai $ With a “Vitasavour’’ you save Time, Space, and Fuel a
) : bioseiore for having unsatisfactor: SOME SPECIALS $s 5 : a Snack ll the vitamins essential .
MED cect eee e cee er ete e ene b eran es een cast eeesenernre eports. , % in addition you Pave n your ood a
Se eo none Scholarship Withdrawn FOR YOUR : to good robust health.
{{ The Vestry decided to withdraw ¥ ‘ ? ste ; re\TT
K Wh NAAN de a a ys ase cciannens the scholarship. from Winifred CAKE ! B | Krom every point of view—HEALTH, FLAVOUR :
i) Thomas, a pupil of St. Michael's ¢ i . . “uw:
" Sees Girls’ Schoo] at the end of \his sciseodinnsicilechinss % and ECONOMY—you profit by using a “Vita- -
RM verre reece cree ees einen snare +o aks term as she had been warned on y ES PIN sac m canbe aha
i sions by the Vestry for ’ y by) Y % r ,Y » short cut to tastier food & more leisure
eles Se eel ee eee Ree eee ee eee renesee eevees . having unsatisfactory reports. qd ANADIAN EGG: ‘ : savour, t te snort cu
to the conditions and rules of the Advocate On motion of Mr. W. T. Goosing, |§$ ; a * ‘ ‘ eA <
i Photo Competition as advertised and submit the Leontine tee = oe 1% 10 Conts EKaeh. % The Cooker is made from solid ee ee %
fe ing e hi : 9 write headmasters ead~ | ¥ 5, fo 4 i iS & i a
i following entry shown mistresses of the various ‘sec |% mani per tb $ .15 , ¢ 99% pure, and it is as easy to use as reading this advertisemen ;
ondary schvols asking them to ~UTt aint ie 34 .
send in to the Vestry a report \% . Ss 43 % $ e 8
Le ae Par ka serait s otis HH ONLY $22.06 EACH .
SOONG: ein eo CPR a Paw ON eo Chee ne oe the sa>e time they were send- 1? OVE oO] . per Tin $1.25 & 2.8} $ % ° %
ing out reports to the parents ig DAN’ ee gee per Tin 40 % 1% ; 3 : $
GNIS ESC ee ee ene et phe: enilcren. @ JACK +n 73 21% Book of simple instructions with each Cooker.
The Vestry decided to use £1,500 % Cc - ric i ee ar - ‘ 8
Soe CRE ERGE Rs beg bE + onc cheats Sed RP EE Ley cee gees wey ..ad in the bank for the pur % TABI INS per Pkt 52 % % ‘
208e of enclosing the new burial |} x wok wy
CHU e enn e eaten eee ereseeerercenusaeesseseessers ceded for the parish church,|% “COCKADE”’ FINE RUM ‘ 3 , :
. Shee sc| = i) HARRISON'S ove: mene
church and finishing the enclosure | ¢ eis uid van vay , Rie a ¥
COUMIY . eect eee e eee ree enes Date.......-++.- t , in wall for the St. Ann’s church x ST. tNSKFELD S¢ OF a & qd Bae Ltd. % | % DIAL 2364. x
2 SSS t ard, instead of borrowing mor es entities ‘
gi = a i) 1 I the ponpune This money | SOOO CECE ROOLLSSOCOOOOCOOOVOGOOOOSE. lYesoos PPP EA ott OEE OE COOGEE OOCCE EB EBEEEGSBEG6O5555656568S3% pS









everything in their power to have |

these roads repaired as quick!»
as possible.

Mr. C. A. Williams poi.ied our | Warns of Shallows

the attention of all the necessary
authorities, but nothing had been
done, In the meantime, the Com-

of the par.shioners,

Mr. G. R. Huson said that
Chimborazo Road had been in 4
stave of disrepair since the end ot
the crop,

The Chairman said that the

the parish and he (the Chairman)
had taken up vhe matter with him.
He said that they had their

Mr, L. E. Smith sa’d that he

Pair .......:cceeee $6.61
had approached the Director of

Highways and Transport in con- PYRAMID HANDKER-
nection with repairs to vhe Castle

Grant Road in the parish and he
was given the assurance that he
was quite willing to assist, but
owing to the amount of rainfall
wh’ch the parish was getting at the
wme, he did not think it wise to
start work on the road.







tors’ Statement of the Dispensary

L. C. Mallalieu (Chairman), Mr,



“Beagle Buoy”

black at the top and red at bot-
tom, |

Early yesterday, the Govern-

serves as a warning to big ships
of the shallow water and only
emall vessels navigate inside of it.

It can be easily seen during the
day but not at night. The
warning at night is given by the;

terday was newly painted. Dur-

improvement

profits.

a house of their Own, and that on
a site sufficiently large to provide
a small garden, and this rather
ambitious and delightful addition

our limited seale, all the above
novelties and attractive advances
could be implemented, but in the

ef success.



Gambling Cost 15/-

ear-old labourer

of St. Thomas was fined



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wiae® LONE RANGER BY FRANK STRIKER Stop’ rh
FES Tre ortex wownere | | yor cee. *
i] FWHAT THIS MASKED MAN'S FACE WAS_E} n ? ours
i} LIKE. NOW T'LL FIND OUT! Loose T

a 7 outh or bad disease which

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out and may cause mat
Trouble. Stop this disease now with the
new discexary Amosan. Stops bleedin:
ums en it}
tightens teeth. Iron clad gvarenten,
mesan must make your ; well and
save your teeth ne. k on return
of empty rackage. Get Amosan from
chemist today.









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ee Sat at pian, oe aw eae — ,Watertora nts oe 5 a | $90 Mtenene Beate tones Antigua, Morteerrat, Nevig--ar
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Elizabeth (wife), Zuletka amd Bmid | -————— weeded vember at 2 p.m. i ne : wcos November 26th Der
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IN loving memory of our beloved converted into a flat or business place





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But today has brought before us,
Sad memories of two years ago,
Only those who have lost can tell,













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Por further particulars ap hy
ing, 3 : y i"
daughter and ‘sister CYNTHIA LOLITA | ce yants rooms, and cee ae sare ie en tne thonta tet Sea | Ampang less than 3 miles from PLANTATIONS LIMITER—Agents ATR © Co. Lid., B.W.I. Schooner Owners
2th es at & Seal Eines" "Bireet * phone 3619) deer moon ¢.| The: ~ dri oe mare 3 BW. Association Inc.
: . : 'y, Lucas or it ig near to SPIRIT BOND. For inspee- y were driven off after a & :
Here ik a tient cae str Spm. 7.10.50—1in.| tion and condition of sale apply to R.| minute battle with British : BA: come 3 = as Tel. 4047
But in heaven we shal! meet her, OFFICE—One spacious office situated | “ther McKenzie, Dial re 10.80-4n.| TOOPS and police. B.W.I. r
There will be no parting there. in Marhill Street opposite D. M. Simr- James Kirton (father), Albertine Kir-| son & Co, Apply W. B. Hut e
ton (mother) Othniel; Oliver; Silvan, Dial 4484. 27.10.50--6n.| 4 new and subeteetios wal manepoy ec
Everton (brothers) Gwendolyn, Myrhe,{ .. 2 ae as ie =," F sale wet
Natalie (sisters); Martha Blackett RHUSTONE—Wall Bungalow, Station ‘ room ( x . — =
(grand mother) ig rere Hill, St. Michael, 3 bedrooms, modern Kitchenette «@ x 12) we @eee AND NOw PO Ore —- ee y ~
Trinidad Papers eee ‘ a0 bb. in conveniences, Garage. Apply R. Gibson, 4%) water and see A handy little The Cast of the “Caritbean $
3+10.50—In. | Rolton Lane, 26. 10.50—Sn. $000 (aft. and. VACANT 2 Barner Enamelled Revelry” DANCE y! ’ 0.
IN loving memony of a beloved hus-| TRELAWNY — On Hastings mata ist) Church coast. For. in request the pleas |
, j + = : ft
bend JOSEPH | WHITTINGTON | who Road. Three bedrooms each with Tun | spection apply to ao47 R. Archer MoKen. GAS HOTPLATE Y Gelber ar cee ee The members of THE gd
yee cline rest on the 28th day ring Sater, aon Public rooms. zie. Victoria 4 2. 10.50—3n GIRLS INDUSTRIAL ne.
% ’ : Bungalow two ms, SUN a il et Just what you have been i
That day of sadness still comes o'er US.| water, dining and sittin, . Sult-| NEW BUNGALOW—SO feet feet ting CE UNION would like to re<§
Secret tears do often flow, able for a pnd clean Moa onl quier, ¥ 2 on a Cn DAN mind ticket holders of theit ¥
:

The pains of parting without farewell
Ever to be remembered by Iona Whit-

tington, (wife) Clyde, Wilfred and
Gerald, (sons) Eureka .and Harolene,
(grand-daughters.}

31. 10.50—1n.
oe

In loving memory of our dear beloved
“mother Mrs. Lilian Forde who passed
eway on the 3ust October, 1947. ‘

Three years have passed since that

sad day

When the one we loved was called

away;

Sleep on dear one your task {s o'er

Your willing hands will toil no mor>

For those you loved you did your best,

God grant you now eternal rest.

Ever to be remembered by your dear
children: Isabelle Williams, Louise
Skeete, Albert, Carlton, Dennis, Doreene
George and Vernon,

31.10.50——1n

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. HILTON LLEWELLYN GOLLOP

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fications ete, must be x1 rwarded

to the undersigned by January

15th 1951, 7

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. Peter.
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‘me Bxhibition Committee ot tc! IQUOR LICENSE NOTICE

ee at the Rate ke Caugunce with te-| ‘THE application of HERMAN SCOTT
be unable to organise and run the Arts holder of Liquor License No. 1012 of
and Handecrafts Division at the Exhi-| 950 granted to James Goring in respect
bition this year. Nevertheiess it is|°? # board and shingle shop with shed
beped that with the co-operation of roof attached at Belfield Land, Black
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have so kindly promised to help, the | ‘WO storey board and shingle shop in
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hibits as a whole will be as good as|_. ‘4 this 27 yf October 1950.

in previous years. A ag wats Police Magistrate, Dist. “A’.

act Sgd. HERMAN ee

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day the 6th day of November 1950 at

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NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that ail
persons any debts or claims
against the estate of Hilton Llewellyn
Gollop deceased, late of Hart’s Gap, in
the parish of Christ Chureh in this
Island who died on the 3rd day of

er 1942, intestate, are requested
to send in particulars of their claims
duly attested to the undersigned Clarissa
Fedora Gollop, C/o Messrs. Haynes and
Griffith, Solicitors, No. 12 High Street,
Bridgetown, on or before the 3ist day of
December, 1950, after which date I
shall proceed to distribute the assets of
the deceased among the parties entitled
thereto having regard only to such
claims of which I shail then have hea
notice and I will net be liable for
essets or any part thereof so distributed
to any person of whose debt or clajm
I shail not then have had notice.

And all persons indebted to the said
estate are requested to settle their said
indebtedness without *

Dated this 30th day of October, 1950.

RISSA FEDORA GOLLOP.

CLA! a
Qualified Admimistratrix of thé
Estate of Hilton Liewellyp
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His Majesty the King has approved of Remembrance Day being
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As in previous years the Church authorities are being invited to
hold special services throughout the Island at which the two minutes
silence can be observed at 11 a.m.

The special service at St. Michael's Cathedral, which will be at-
tended by His Excellency the Governor, will begin at 10.30 a.m., and
will finish at approximately 11.10 a.m. At the end of the service,
if the weather permits, His Excellency and party will walk to the
War Memorial, where His Excellency will lay a wreath. There will
be no ceremony.

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arrangements for ex-service men to parade and to attend at 10.36
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Intermediate Cricket

of |
as the outfield was soaked
water.

2nd Div. Cricket:

3 OUTRIGHT
VICTORIES

ee oo md Division teams
‘cored outright victories as >
eighth series of these Sune
came to a close last Saturday.
Owing to the rain play was im-
possible on some of the grounds.

Empire, Regiment and Carlton
won outright from Harrison Coi-
lege, Central and Combermeve
respectively.








































c

te Empire, in their match against
ad College at Bank Hall batted on
{ the first Saturday of the match
j and made 114. College replied

with 44, G. E. Clarke
seoring with 21,

tep-

ic.

Bowling for Empire
Beckles took five fcr eight,
Rudder four fc. six and #. Fran-
cis one .or seven. Empire wen:
back to the wicket and knocked
up 18 for the loss off four wickets
before making the declaration
The four wickets were divided
between Dash and M. Worme.

College, in their second in-
nings, were all dismissed fot
27 and out of this Dash knocked
up 11. On _ this occasion S.
Rudder took four wickets for
two runs, S. Beckles five for 16
end C. Beckles one for seven.
Empire won by 61 runs.

In the
match Foundation
and knockel up
replied with 139.

Foundation went back to the
wicket last Saturday and ma’
69. Yard top-scored with 2
while Walcott. made 19.

In reply Carlton made 14 for
the loss of three wickets. to wii
the match by seven wickets.

Central, in their match agains!
the Regiment, batted first and
knocked up 92. Regiment replied
wita 116, Central were ail
bowled out in their second
innings for 65 last Saturday.

Regiment were given only 4!
runs for victory. They made 50
for the loss of six wickets to
win by four wickets.

Carlton-Foundatio'
batted first
80. Carltur

The results are as follows:
. Empire v, Harrison College
‘Empire 114 and (for 4 wick~
ets) 18.

Harrison College 44 and 27.







Black Rock, Pickwick in their first
innings were all dismissed for 53,
their collapse being due mainly to
the steady bowling of G. Gordon
who

all over in the first over he re-
ceived from Gordon.

with an inswinger and bowled hi
for five, Hope at the other end al
though a bit unsteady, also had
King caught when his score was
at five.

the
wood bowled at medium pace and

‘|D. Wilkie top-scoring with

Three Teams Already
Leading On Innings

MENTAL HOSPITAL, Empire and Wanderers gained
first innings lead over Pickwick, Windward and Y.M.P.C.
respectively on Saturday the first day in the Sixth Series
ntermediate Cricket Matches. At Boarded. Hall play
between Spartan and Cable and Wireless was not possible

and the wicket well under
wickets were

On all grounds,
At

uffected by the heavy rain.

had all the batsmen in a
juandry on a very tricky wicket.

A. E. Trotter who opened the
nnings with R. King was beaten

In the next
over, Gordon properly beat him

Gordon after bowling nine overs

in which he sent down two maid-
ens, took five of Pickwick’s wick-
ets for 22,
two each. Hope bowled six overs

Hope and Carter took

and three balls in which he con-
ceeded 15 runs.

Mental Hospital in their first
innings have replied with 110 runs.
R. Chase who was stumped while
moving out to drive Foster scored
a very painstaking 21 while Best
top-scored with 24. Tony Hoad
was the most suecessful bowler
for Pickwick and he took three of
wickets for 13 runs, Year-

although at times bothered the

batsmen, never acquired a steady

length and ended up by taking two
wickets for 13 runs. M. Foster who
also took two wickets but for 26
runs, at times failed to pitch up
the ball and was also unsteady.

The Follow-On

Pickwick by failing to avoid the
follow-on, are now 24 runs for
the loss of no wicket in their
second innings with R, Trotter not
out 17 and R. King not out four.
Both of the batsmen showed de-
termination to stay at the wicket
until the second day and survived
eight overs.

A fighting 35 by C. Harper
helped Empire to score 85 in their
first innings to which Windward
replied with 70. H. Farmer the
Windward medium pace bowler
claimed the wickets of G. Hink-
son and B, Bourne who was omit-
ted from the first eleven side
which played against Carlton. A
fine bowling spell by D. Wilkie
got him five of the Empire wickets
for 24 runs after bowling nine
overs. Harper was one of his vic-
tims when at 35, in trying to force
a ball off his pads was bowled.
V. Babb made an attractive 21 but
at times was very reluctant to hit
the long hops.

Windward in their first innings
were all bowled out for 70 —
18,
Pacer Rudder took four for 21 for
Empire while spinner Paul Wilkin
captured four for 23.

At Beckles Road, Wanderers are
in a good position for an outright



Carlton v. Foundation victory over Y.M.P.C. After
Foundation 80 and 69. winning the toss Skipper Hoyos
Carlton 139 and (for 3 wick-|sent Wanderers in to bat and at

ets) 14. the end of their first innings they
had scored 102 runs. M. Mayers

Regiment v. Central top-scored with 37. G, Archer
Central 92 and 65. bowling for Y.M.P.C. took four
Regiment 116 and (for 6] wickets for 30 runs after bowling

wickets) 48. over nine overs. !

) In their first turn at the wicket,
Y.M.P.C. could only manage to
collect 50 runs, of which Skipper

: i Hoyos top-scored with 16. L.
M. C.C. In Kee |Greeniage and M. Clarke worried
y li the sea batsmen quite a
te , deal and both of them took four
Fight In Austra ta wickets each for 22 runs.
(From Our Own Correspondent) ss The scores: —
ADELAIDE CRICKET GROUND, Oct, MENTAL HOSPITAL vs. PICKWICK
M.C.C. declared their first in- At BLACK ROCK
nings closed here to-day with a Pickwick’s First Innings c
lead of one run over South Aus-| A. E. Trotter b G. Gordon 5
- fs pe 5
tralia, who had scored 350. nh. G. Lewis b G. Gordon 0
In their second innings the} p. Wells @-Hape : G. Gordon 0
homesters had scored 20 without] 7. Hoad ¢ R, Rock b G. Gordon a
loss by the drawing of stumps. nS eee Carter 5
M. Foster b G. Gordo 13
a SCORES i. Hoad b C. Hope 6
\. England — Ist Innings 29 | O: Lashley bY. Carter 1
L, Hutton ¢ Langley b Hiern i C. Peterkin not out 1
Washbrook Lb.w., b Hiern 9 Extras 7
R, Simpson c & b Noblet . 119
J. Dewes b Noblet tah > 10 Total 53
B. Close c Noblet b McLean 4 BOWLING ANALYSIS
T. Bailey b Hole .......::++-- 6 Ce ee Re We
FE. Brown ¢ Dansie b Wilson . 16 1G. Gordon 9 2 22 5
G. Evans ec Duldig b Noble 38 10) Hope 683 3 15 2
D. Wright nog Ait .... ‘ 5 Sv. Carter 2.5 ae
R. Berry not out .........5.+ 5 Mental Hospital—First Inning:
Extras: 1b. 7, w. 2) . 9 | N. Burrowes l.b.w. b Lashley .... 0
“—— |G. Gordon ec Foster b Yearwood 10
Total for 9 wickets declared) 351 [R Rock b T. Hoad 8
a a, | Ve Boyce b W. Yearwood 0
Fall of wickets: 1-—H6, 2-186, 3—211.1G" Rest b B. Lewis 24
4-247, 5-266, 6-291, 7-299, 8-340, 9- | R. Chase stpd. b M. Foster 21
MO. . Hope stpd., b T. Hoad . 0
» Quintyne not out 4
BOWLING ANALY! Cc, Williams b C. Peterkin 17
Oo. M. R. W/V. Garter stpd. b T. Hoad 3
Noblet 310-5 679 3 LG. Knight b Foster ; 8
Hiern 20.2 54 3 Extras ieatiaithbe 15
McLean eae cer
Bowley B2 oars Total ; 0
Hole 17 4 #80 1 BOWLING ANALYSIS
Wilson A 20 4 56 1 Oo. M. R W.
South Australia — Second Innings O. Lashley 5 1 15 1
McLean not out 2] W. Yearwood 5 1 13 2
Dansie not out 18 | T, Hoad 6 1 18 3
Extras 0 }]B. Lewis eg 18 1
—— |M. Foster ess eee
‘. Total for no wicket 20 [C. Peterkin 14 0 4 1
—- | D. Wells Re 5 OO
BO NLING ANALYSIS Pickwick—2nd Innings
Oo. M, R. W./\. E. Trotter not out . 7
Bailey 2 0 12 0/1. D. King not out 4
Warr 4 3 3 9 OP Wa gahees ated Haeneh 3
Brown. |; ..<0¢s3s.., 2 1 5 0 Ye act
Wright Go % o #0 Total (for no wicket) 24






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ANALYSIS
o M
G. Gordon 3 0
Hope 3 1
Carter 1
Knight 1 0
EMPIRE vs. WINDWARD
Empire—ist Innings
G, Hinkson ¢ Armstrong b MH, Farmer
B, Bourne c Thorne b H. Farmer
C. Rice b Wilkie
C. Harper b Wilkie
V. Babb c H. Farmer b Thornton
N, Symmonds not out
(. Harris ¢ H. Farmer b
P. Wilkin b Wilkie
E. Barrow ¢ Thornton b Wilkie
G. Rudder ec R. Farmer b Thornton
N, Sealy c H. Farmer b R, Farmer
Extras |

BOWLING

v
c

Wilkie

Total
BOWLING ANALYSIS
oOo M.
& 2

9 2
3 0

H. Farmer

D, Wilkie

H. Farmer

R, Farmer 4 42 0

H. Thornton 3 0
Windward—tst Innings

E. Evelyn c Rudder b Harper

C. Seale Lb.w., b Rudder

H. Farmer ¢ Sealy b Rudder

H. Farmer run out

N. Thornton c Wilkin b Rudder 7

K. Durant ¢ Bourne b Wilkin

R. Farmer c Bourne b Wilkin

D. Wilkie b Wilkin

R,. Armstrong b Wilkin

R. Farmer '. Rudder

H. Davies not out

Extras

Total
BOWLING ANALYSIS
Oo. M
il 5
7 1
a 1

G. Rudder
Cc. Harper
P. Wilkin

Y.M.P.C, vs. WANDERERS
Wanderers—ist Innings



V. Lewis ¢ D, Greenidge b E. Branker 7
D. Alleyne c B, Greenidge b Webster 2
M. Clarke b BE. Branker 4
M. Mayers c¢ (Wk. McKenzie} b
A. cher 37
A. Seale ¢ (Wk. McKenzie) b Archer §
J. Massiah c L. Greenidge b Archer 27
L. Greenidge c K, Branker b Archer 6
K.: McBeth |.b.w., b Porter 0
HH. Ramsay e Archer b Porter 1
C. Pieree run out 4
M. Proverbs not out 4
Extras 5
Total 102
BOWLING ANALYSIS
oO M R w
D. Greenidge 5 3 7 0
HH. Webster 4 1 6 1
H. Branker 9 4 23 2
K, Branker 4 0 15 n
G. Archer 93 1 30 4
D. Porter 4 0 15 2
“ Y.M.P.C.—IJst Innings
C. Green ¢ McBeth b Clarke 2
\.. Greenidge lb.w., b Clarke 4
sf cwennis c & b Clarke - 0
. Pronker c Seale b L. Greenidge 6
H. Webster b Greenidge ..... rai 7
D. Porter ¢ & b Greenidge 4
B. Hoyos fe w.k. Lewis) b Clarke 1f
D. Greenidge ¢ Proverbs b Greenidge 6
G. Archer run out ruiemeie, 52
K, Branker not out 0
1, Burke absent 0
Extras 4
Total $i ‘ 50
. BOWLING ANALYSIS
O\.M.” Row
1. Green'dee 10 4 22 4
M, ‘Proverhs o 1 2 0
M. Clarke 15-892 4





The Weather

TODAY
Sun Rises; 5.50 am.
Sun Sets: 5.37 p.m.
Moon (Last Quarter) Novy,
Lignting: 6.00 p.m.
High Water: 7.01 a.m., 6.21
p.m,

YESTERDAY
Rainfall (Codrington) nil
Total for month to yester-
: day: 11.26 ins.
Temperature: (Max.) 85.5°F
Temperature: (Min.) 73.5°F
Wind Direction (9 a.m.) E,

(3 p.m.) E.S.E,
Wind Velocity: 6 miles per
hour.
Barometer (9 a.m.)
(3 p.m.) 29.803

2

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What’s on Today

Meeting, Legislative Coun-
cil at 2.00 p.m.

Meeting, House of Assembly
at 3.00 p.m.

Mobile Cinema, Cambridge
Plantation Yard, St,

Joseph, at 7.30 p.m.

Boxing, Yankee Stadium at

8.30 p.m.



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BARBADOS ADVOCATE

BACK HOME



a

vow that the Reds have retreated ,
blanket across a “Chigga” (wooden cerrying frame), the woman car
her head as she walks alongside. the well laden cow.—Express

Canadian Exporters Must
Boost West Indian Trade

from page 1

“est market among all the British | exporters. Prospects
Crown Colonies for Canadian
zo00ds. prove.
The agreement does not guar-| large potato exporters said

intee any markets for Canadian | was told by a West Indies buyer

roods but stipulates that B.W.1.|/ in Montreal recently that doll
Governments must
icences for a minimum of one-| Nova Scotia potatoes.
third and one-half of the value |
»’ goods shipped during the peak} ager of the
vears, ; 1,| Bureau said

though the

Apples for Trinidad | ket for lumber,

Marit:me exporters in
velcomed the
rom Ottawa

Halifax |
announcemel"
that the Britis

West Indies will allow move | “TANNIS” ON SECOND

Canadian goods,
R. J. Leslie, General Manage
of the Nova Scotia Apple Market-

VISIT

oe anes said that Annapolis} Making its second visit to the

alley apples might find a mar-| island yesterday was the 41-ton] Pon's Miss Our on a long-planned

ec whee ee motor vessel “C. L. M. gr von! outing or party . . . when Paradol
P a Bre; Cased. e said| which brought a cargo of fres ; iodic
however, that the remainder of! fruit 4,000 feet of cedar boards quickly helps to relieve peri

the West Indies Cemanded dessert | from Trinidad.

apples alm’st twice the size of The “C. L. M. Tannis’” was z :
tros® grown in Nova Scotia. | bere a year ago with passengers compounded from 4 ee.
Fletcher Smith, Executive | srom Aruba. The vessel is equip- Paradol is excellent for headaches,
Member of the Canadian Atlan-| ped with a twin screw engine too. Get Dr. Chase's Paradol |
tic Fish Exporters Association | xnd can do as much as 10 knots. today—the name “Dr. Chase” is \|
said that the lifting of import Other arrivals yesterday were} your assurance. 25 |!
vestrictions might mean that! the Enterprise S.” from Tohago rT \)
Eastern Canada could regain | and the “D’Ortac’ from British DR. CHASE’S i
markets lost in Trinidad and | Guiana, These vessels brought) oe
Jamaica. He added that markets | between them supplies of ee : PARAD L }
weie lost for this year as the | wood, charcoal, fibre; guava Jey | Quick ief from Pain =
two colonies recently signed! and leather goods, | Q Relief iit
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'

Water Polo Practice
This Afternoon

Twe ‘\eams selected trom the
following eighteen girls will play
a practice match at the Barbados
«aquatic Club this afternoon,
Marion Taylor, Toni Browne,
Roberta Vidmer, Freida Carmich-
ael, Anne Eckstein, Joyce Eck-
stein, Ramona Corrigan, Gillian
Benjamin, Joyce Allan, Jean
Chandler, Claudette Chandier,
Phyllis Chandler, Pat Mahon,
Rosie Lewis, Heather McKinnon,
Mary Knight, Gill Reed and
Patience Sumner-Moore.

After this match there will be
a men’s game. The two teams to
play are as follows:—

Team “A” M.°Foster, D. Ban-
nister, K. Ince, (Capt), G. Foster,

















H. Weatherhead, G. Jordan, C
Evelyn.
Team “B” P. Foster, G. Me

Lean, (Capt), J. Grace, C. Patter-
son, T. Yearwood, B. Manning,
M. Fitzgerald. -

Reserves, C. McLean, F. Man-
ning, E. Johnson,

Play begins at 4.45 p.m. and
substitutes wilh be used in place
of those selected, who are not
ready for the start of play.



Commonwealth

Game Drawn

LUCKNOW, Oct. 39.
The Commonwealth
day match with the
Provinces’

here.
and 124 for 4 wickets declared

and 36 for three wickets,

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A GRAND DANCE

will be given by
Messrs. CARDON TUDOR
well-known Shopkeeper of

Baxter's Road

Touring
cricket team drew their three-
Unitea
Governor's Eleven
The Commonwealth scored 333

i

Ths Governor’s team made 167

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T ll ' s il ;i Orlnbrr II I 5 0 Batrfofims Itoocate l*rl c i 3 •• IVI: i. \ i s Canadian Exporters Must Boost W.I. Trade U.K. Must Buy More W.l. Sugar Jamaican Speaker Say* In I.omlun I'l-uin Our Owi, (Y udenl >. „ „ LOXDON, Oct. 30 M u C CAMFBELL. bpe.ker of Jamaica's House of Assembly beliefs—despite Britain • assurances—that the sugar industry of the West Indies will be severely handicapped by the new agreement coming into force after 1952. He says that the West Iii.ii, production for expansion it the total uuoi _ibbean area is limited to 9O0.0U.I th >1HS. I Ol CETS A UK. OXK Immigrants To Trinidad Must Deposit More PORT-OF-SPAIN. Oct M. Immigrants from other British Caribbean Colonies Mill now have lo deposit a sum of rnooatj sufficient to COVM th* COM or repatruition instead of (he SIOO.OO previously specified by reguUtfc A resolution to by Colonial Be.-ic:ar<. 1'atrn-k Henisi II wo* accepted by the New legislature at tiie itrsi I iMlnnog ''"in on Friday afternoon after a llutlerile amendment by Ashford and Sinanan wan defeated by 16 vote* to eight. Eight new member* ]<*ijc ad* \antage of the occasion to make maiden speeches while Hmler'f ChJaf lieutenant and legal adviser Mitra Sinanan k; tegularly on points of order quoting from the standing i "Chief servant" Uriah Buzz Ilutler was himself loudly cheered b\ spectators after a long maiden speech calling for "freedom of movement" In view of "preoccupation with the federation of the ''.il llil.-.n ,',..-i The new regulations demand that immigrants instead of depositing a 1100.00 as is the i .MTSOIU from other Wesi Indian islands ami British Guiana, and $250.00 as is the case for persons from overseas as provided in the previous regulations, shall in Vlturr make a depu.it „, execute u bond for an amount sufficient to rover Ihc cost of their repatriaTlie Opposition was led by Mitra Sinanan on the grounds that the new regulations gave too much power to Immigration Authorities Butler and Aubrey James "supporting" wanted all restrictions to the free flow of immigrants from the British Caribbean removed. Brother Ash ford moved an amendment urging adjournment of the debate to enable members (0 study the queatioo. This was supported bv Ranjit K'imar and Stephen MaharaJ. When put to the vote it was tlefeated. one Butlerite — Chanka MaharaJ voting with Government. cue Government supporter — Kdwln Duval — with the Oppo1'our or lb %  : ite Wt Indie, %  illld increase by lb> ut 3i" U>-day "Jamaica alone could ictton by ab-Mi' 1004)00 tons But r 900.000 U) is. IhC I our exput sion schemes I to l>e .urtailcd I have been %  %  %  Hi Campbell has also been : private campaign to tsprove shippinu service. beween the United Kingdom and the Weal Indies. He has spoki to Lor.i Milvcrton. former Governor o' Jamaica and also to Sir Leon u M I yl and he told me that eived from Sir Ieonar-1 %  aaurance of assistance to bring about imi rovementa. On November 7, Mr. r.unpbe'l leaves London to return to Jamaica via New York. ... Students Union Will B<> Barked In Bid For H.QIN LONDON Commissioner Says In Ottawa No Markets Guaranteed; Only Licenses KING GUSTAVVi SWORN US Cm MOW Mils TALL FISH | by Mr*. Colics J. Co* %  mant i who • i August 17th. 1B50. off Watch Hill. Rhode 1-1.ud Wat hooked and boats* rUar till* year presented the petition if •laelrtclty consutaora to thr Oov LONDON. Oct.. 30 %  rtll PNOin strong backing from Trinidad's Financial Seeretai-. A. W. R. Robertson in their bid to obtain a permanent headquarters here in London, when ho returns to the colony In December. Inability to "odd I permanent Headquarters hag long been e handicap |0 Wesl Indian students who do not have the same advantages as students from Africa, v %  | have been most favourably d with the working of the West Indian Student* Union sinco I have beei: • %  Mr Hobertson told me today, "and I feel they Hacking from • „. \W-( I %  % %  ',! • 'I | shall i>the point strongly when 1 return." The fi*h which Mrs. Cos is touching With her .lsht hand l.* doO pound RI.III MM fin tun. Mm. Cees tnna In )u: i lb*, shy of thr Women Middle Atlanta ftoaM, A card from Mr* Coe yesterday say* .he la dua back on 11th November and glad to net back i To-day loi ine aral time in Real | s half a century o nc Kat| lOuatav VI tsjf.ao.dl the ancien I i.imiie ni Sweden Colourful bu: 1 >iiiiplr ixironatuin rites will ie I iteve to some extent the gloom I which settled over Sweden with Of the W-yer-old Km* ciustav V who died on Sunda I fte a peaceful icign of nearly 4' \ sent! | To all effects and purposes hi: on Prince Oscai Kie,lerlek W I helm niaf (iustav Adolf has beei i.iwedei.'s new monarch since thn jombre hour, but he will take thi royal oath in to-day's state ceremony The new r.iler will be til I n November 11 At that time the Government 1 I •ocJelbtt Premiei Tak' l i will resiin t<> I; ive the nev. an opportunltg lo u iolnt Ins own He will pnbM) In-appoint the same Oovi n.e ,„•„ Quaatt, Brttish-boni i.uiise is Hi.arrh'B second rtife She %  lei ... 1 Mounlhatlen ami a .:reat granddaughter of Queen \ utoria. The new CVOwn Prince U i .i rasji old I" v imi,. prinoa i ..il Guslav Hi* father, the new mlai's eblesl •on died in a plane erash in IW7 The Imdy of Gustav V lay In Drottnina-hi.ini Palace where hi die i Hti ttensBcratk rule has u and last week took a sudden turn for the worse The date of his funeral will be set by his heir and will take place after 10 days, bul not later than 12. an ft. l.-.l announcement sni.l —Can. Press. sit Ion. vr B.G. Workers On 14 Day Strike (From Our Own Correspondent. GEORGETOWN. Oct. JO. Guiana Industrial Workers Union decided today to call .' general strike for 14 days throughout the sugar industry as from 6.00 am tomorr< %  day). The strike decision followed Iho refusal by sugar producer lo recognise the C I W I' a bargaining agent for workers. alio for the increase of wages. Work will be resumed after 14 days, but should producers continue to ignore demands an intermittent strike will be catieri until demands are granted FISHERMEN PRAY IN BOATS l-OHI-Or-SPAIN, Oct. %'. Ova* BOO fllharnTB and their f lies attended High Mass at the Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception in IYi:-or-Spum for the repose of Ihe souls of Sonny Cook. rUUri Tain. Gilbert Wilson and Reynold Mayers, city til to sea and have been mlattl Ajftil yil pet) aVM suspected by the police. i'letnbcr* tm and Honourable i %  vc Couniral le Victor Bryan. Honoural k Raymond tyieveda jj.d others went out lo sea in fishing boatwhere pny*i %  said for the .-.ouii of the tishermen who are I and eJao for all Other lisheimet. eie thrown into the sea %  nl the procession then headed Iwck t.i shore h.-re Father O'Sulliv.n addressed the large Blinded By Lightning POHT-OF-SPAIN. Oet. 27 "I was sitting on rny bed stitchi ablrl when there was a flash irtltcfa complciei.v rwn bach %  i. me lx\i. When I res %  v right foot was numb I could ut walk," saul 40-year-old Mr \illuir Bennett, of Belniom. Portr-Spaln, when lightning struck ipg during a thunderstorm last Wednesday. Mi Bennett's house was litter%  <1 with pieces of wood | Inj was topsy tuiv% and e had lo stop a are D] Omfl water on a cloth curtal i rhich was ablaze. A posser-b,' rsfl to the rescue of lira. Wllina Morrison who live* on the ground ftoor of Mr. Bennett's house with her ll-months ojd lby Bhi ata I Was just about to give my son • bath when I was thrown to the ..•round on my back Someone rushed to the room and picked tic up I looked for my baby i ex! At Ihc Hymore Recreation Club in Belmont a RcdirTusinn box was smashed. BRITISH TROOPS 60 MILES FROM Nl W.UED CAPITAL. TOKYO, Oct. 30, Brit Mil troops fighting off stubborn countet-atiack.s moved steadily up the coastal road to-day towards Stnuiju iry I'nmmunist capital in northwest Korea After capiuring Chon^ju tin v wi re last leported abjut '' rnilM frooi the capital, ihe present focal poinl ol Jw Korean war at the mouth of the great Yalu Biver South K i eui sixth and eighth divisions battled grimly in Ongjong and tnsanareasomi' K) mil. lurthcr inland agair.sl :itTenmg defence. Hl> BU MI.KNCV (he (ioverii.tr las beni In rormed by Utr S,neUr\ of SUle for .he ( h.nlr, thi( Mb .>Uir.i> h^, ,-,„„ manded Court Mnurnlng for 2 ueeks fr.nn (>-tuber the i'Jlh for lib Lu M s J e ( i (he Kln of Sweden. The Oearl will o nut of muivTiin a S u n d a . the I2(h l November. FUrs. inrlud lilt tin.-,,i |i.,, BtastOM will be i. ,n ),, ... t ,-,i „ n ih. day of ihe fun. r .1 |br d(e of wbi.h i %  ,, known. King George VI Opens Parliament TODAY LONDON, Oct 30 King George VI will to-morrow open the second session of the I'H.li Parliament elected laa i February Sejleu on UM throne in Ihl House of Lords with c^uceu Eli/., belli and Princesi Elizabeth bcide him. the King will read u speech prepared by his Cabinet—announcing Ihe legislative programme for the session. This will Include a measure to nationalise Ihe water supplies, a lemiwrary law to adjust conditions ider which properly is leased and part of OTTAWA, 0 f HE BRITISH WEST INDIES markel ttfli curtailed by dollar import rtstrictioiu will be partially restored to Canadian exporters on Jan uary 1. The Tratie Department announced on Monday that through the dollar liberalization agroen tm eompl ^tcd after monihs of negotiation, the B.W.I, colonies will cut controls 1 an incrha^ed flow of Canadian goods On Mm goods Import Ueencea will b mimmum of 50 per cent of the value ..1 Cam to the British West Imhe* during the period Oil other ffooda the minimum will b' 33J per a IKthe peak in Canaria-B.W I. exports. third of the shipments in llMti-48 the period 0 Chinese 200 Miles From Tibet Capital NEW ini.in Chines* troops dm Tibet aron ran> Ii n httle less than 2 ••' n liiasa. the capital. %  < %  TJbetanj i .1 1 ids b eh on i anbagjo about • up in rhe Himalayas a ha %  taking puv a to infor< 1 araon rssH hn 1 1, India ''•<•< emment (Hi Mid IIHIJIV lhat Cft had v|>iti Into ra makinic foi Lhasa Sim ,' %  I d paper, which was . .. ; II % %  ; ,1 lit %  %  Under the %  eell,,i ,,f the I'.r | . 11 w : colonies BTl restrictioiw lo importa from U Btataa .1 Trinidad. Bai ana. British Rood ward Inlands, the Windward Island* and the Bahamas Korean leaders today 01' .- IH-OII delivered, niemtters of th. "OH 1 f.itherlaml faces a serious House of Common* will walk back threat All North Korean young to their newly-built OBuimbi men ;ne being mobilised for the 1 which they occupied for the flj frontline lo face the enemy North lime on ihe last day of thu las Konik lu s.s.mi) Theie Prune slUdotcr cVS'i^mSthS^iS^ ""^ Otmm^MUm will ampllfjr Oor111 Prisoners Escape In Puerto Rico SAN JUAN, Puerto Rico, Od M Police tod^y rOMptured *'J %  •! hi I 11 convicLs who gaeaped here yesterday with guns and ammu1 in a prison arsenal. It was the worst gaol break in %  %  n history. Over SOT policemen with jeeps are hunting he fugitives rOHIMhill. SMASII1 l> Tibet Want* "Diplomatic" Help From India N*KW DELHI, Oct. .10. roach to Ind a last %  for "diplomatic help" %  '" 1 indiUiplmnatit eoiiespondciH wrote to-day. An Indian External Affairs Miiustr. : --'' • rot parsed between the I. 1 Governments recent Th>: latest one resfl -• 1 after the Chinese 111% %  1 Offy asked India t-> u -1 offices'" in help ng HBOj '< %  OdO 1 u. %  !!,. %  %  riti^' resultirig from the invasion. nWferrhlg to reporia of Tibet 1 request II Mild spontbe United Na%  'spokesman said that India wag not going to take thiase to ihe Security Council. Shiwas mill awaitinit a replv rejteH lodgci in addcl — R enter Wulrotl May Go To U.S.A. On the east coast 27,000 men of lh United States Infanirj Division continued to land unipposed a' I won sixty miles from Manchtstfa landing Itegsn yestarday from SO ships. It included I South Koreans rlnoa and aqutp1 rtroamlng ailxaja at Wonaan, W miles lo the south p| lUOUJ M.-.t %  ,ba Rear Admiral Jame* II Ix.vle The British marine raconnalaBDCI mill win. h I :t ruled on iho 'he west eoasl of Korea found lhat the Communist garrison had gone. (Jeneial Marheadquartara announeed 1." Island is about 00 n.iles southwest nf I'vungy ang. United Nations have dropped more than 100 million | gteal s-^if.ne" laaftetl OVOI Korea since the can Deign began, it was anno u nced here today Leaflets and surrender appeals broadcast to laolatad Communist pockets of resistance were now bringing in irai %  1 ;• %  laonej Pro -man Hhee stated in Seoul the* *•! government rmdd nit be 1 of prpara nunea made without reference to il or to ibe f Korea Me was refernng to the Korean Commissions resolution to bar the southern regime from northern territory until elections could bogin. The Provident hoped such %  .is soon %  His government would COOeanta with the United Nations in unifying and rehabilitating the country, idded —heater eriiment's niiaaramme and the five day debale will begin. Anthony Rden. l>e|iiily Conservative Opposition U'ader, is likely lo speak, leaving hit chief Winaton Churchill to speak at a later stage of the debate. —Heater. Missing Scientist Arrested fiORTTINCIKIt, Oct 30 Dr Walter Zimmermann, Germsu locket and radar eKpert missing fni tcveral WfeesQi i% to be charged with ambezzlement from the German State Government of Lower Saxony, an Allied official iiaid here today Id 7.1mmermami whose disappearance led to rumours thai the Russians had kidnapped him wu arrested on Saturday at Menden In the British / %  Me had been advanced money by the Lower Saxony Government for private enterprise, an official said Dr. Zimmermann worked as an specialist at a high frequency plant In Ooettingen. the British Zone's atomic research centre near the Soviet border. He fled to the West from a ntrolled llasi German sclent ine research e .tabllahment In If 18 Renter A tt THIS MOinii < \H M7M. was i.i*lit ii hi ewned br J u Oou Bridge Gap, Itlark Rock. The car strock the g-iardv. all be tesa in thssAaebgroauid. siwhed at Blai j uf C..I... nf (be Xbjbtcniaie Home The gate lea is aolng to thi %  %  '.. men! of w. %  there. Tiie aadegation will % %  from the F..^ %  of 6ii I., Con nt and %  If the Governments of fie B tl 'dan teinione i n the Eastern 1 •hst they Mi y 1. Waleott. K.C P The Ul F S S. .L u . .. „ Burrowed, will nccompaiW the t the MenUI Hospital .... ] df etJ i ,„. „ Adviser. h. nl ''IS o-lo.fc ( .n Santiai a b] BrnJ,m'n rTaJOOM (rf Australian Ratlwaymen Strike Mil KOURNE. Oct 30. Trains in all but one of :'Hfcass^•ales slopped to-day |1 uppnn rnilway. 1 .. %  1 bean % %  < %  strtke'ln r 15 days ta nd in South I RaOwaf Western Australia refused to Join the ?A hour -'rike —heeler. (raly I day left lo win HO 00 In Ihe "Aavaesle" Photo Comaetllien. StnitOf Emergency In Jamaica •riofn Our Own tnr..i,„mers of Ihe Peoples N.i ilonal Party and U* Jamniei labour Party in Kingsb.r, Ai' Ing Governor I>iald CharaM Ma<<;illivray toil.v proelaime I a slate of emergency m the c< rporate area banning all marches, public incetlngs. proeessions. within the corpora'.e area for a month Reeentl. %  Id in IbO corpora Pposlllon. Chinese regulars and irregular* Touped into "hi eralmn unit •aptured IJwi D/OIIK. :>M> mllegn Lhasa on 11 A nedlately aftar thetl 1 rihel wns repoii. t aiiatfn Shinm d M7,fHM.(Hr(l lOffi H Dursruj 1 Hi for oalculati porfai dunn shipped ab u f goods to (he 1 it of ini1051. Canada •-' '. IIIMI lltMl worti. n W 1 aboul foui Five linyI,ih 1 %  ando. resdng pi. rili'lan caruvan urther west. The advancing 11 have their mair isl west they the sin.. IB mile.. the Si ppa %  t Chamb. 10-Tibelan iBdorsti-Hl they wcro 1 ti ig the areas 1 i> %  "lOUtlcal warf niohl eaj inhabitants for serwith the 'lilx-rntiuii armv" %  h-trlbuUng pan ll cahlng on the people t.< •1 a regime of Dalai Lama Kruter •line the jinouW ol gjOOsI shippeo In addition, the W< 1 %  iioh-s. other fruits god %  ornc paper pn dueti Tha 1 %  ..I! 'i r me ship1 .iiiKuiiaiions wer ball 1 ith tha "' ant aa/l .1 thai iho it w 1 lie big0> on pse 8 rFl.l, TUB AIWOCATK THK NFWS Ring 31 H Dajl or Night. DOT* Tilt: ADVOCATE PAH FOB NEWi A GOOD REPUTATION IS PRICELESS!! WHETHKK AS A I1KSUI.T Or SflAIdllT DEAUNOS WITH OUR KKI.I.OW MEN I ON ONE'S WORD OK WHITHER THK QUALITY OF PRODUCTS OFFERED TO Till EXACT! Y AS THK SUPPLIERS CLAIM FOR THEM. K. W. V. UU PROUD OF THE EXCELLENT REPUTATION ENJOYED THROUGHOUT THE WORLD BV THEIR I PRODUCTS. OTHINC HPT THE PRODUCT OF THK "CRAPE ENTERS INTO THE PREPARATION "OF K.W.V. WINES". CHEAT CARE is EXERCISED liv K W.V WINE EXPERTS TO SEE THAT i'lIK WINE IT 11 THE K.W.V CELLARS AND THEN BOTT1 BD FOR EXPORT MAINTAIN T1IE HIGH QUALITY ON WHICH K.W.V, REPUTAl'ION IS BUILT YOU CANNOT WINES THAN GET BETTER K. W. V. J





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TUESDAY, OCTOBER 31. 1950 BARBADOS ADVOTATR CLASSIFIED ADS. TELCPHONI 2BM THANKS ThnndeT.lgned pa men*-H r In ana w— d miwuM wit* %  tan of the |iae lr < >'.!.. | V. .-t I'. EUiabetn >if %  e.g.' Mil ZakHk* ana Ban IN MEMORIAM Utf k.irf n.nin-1 .'I our beUited d-ughl.. -r>a -i.lt-i CYNTHIA l-OUTA KIRTON -no 1*11 aaieep on October Hith IM* HIM Uie Loinr-llea on tf bro*n. Hare 1. left the vacant rhair Bui I" hnaven *• ihall meet Mr. llifi' *lll be no parting there Jmn Kirlon .father". Albert uie Klrtor. .mother. Olhn.eL Oliver. Silvan. Svenon .brothera. OsfinloHn. MvrT.e Natalie nBBail'; Martha Blacketi i grand mother. Tttraded Paper. Pleaee Copy Few RENT BRAHBUBV Machael Prom furnlanaa) Phoi* m %  FUjlTa* DEW" — llanu erase*. Furnnha. 3 Bedrooma. Telephone. FrUfldalre Radio Apply L (.onaalvr*. Maxwell Ban* 38 10 38-In' t*RYVlLL*.r -Break Bock. i (. dining, anting. 1 b. • ervania raa—a end lease f W JI MW -unvenlencee Apply Meear. Carnngion aeeiy. I.ucei Street or Phone Ml* oHae %  p.n. ,.18 "" PI'HI.II SALES MAIL NOTICE %  SAL ESTATE M.il. lo. Si %  I Mail r Mail al 1 38 a I IM1 AueUu I* Saloon Car .lipoU. !" |W TWwi Ca* B Anne. lcK.n.3B10 -*-:,-, I will oBee foe aa> a* Puane P a wn Won a a osT Tnuraday lad N. cubtanU#J wall b..iktlng called ''Ened. land CranSfette-houer contain, etoaed 1.1 x drawlna. dimne. 1 awdraetna. WC Bath electric light and water with reeled large ahed Only thaw > gr.ind -daughter. .1 a beloved huabi.nd JOSEPH WHTTTINOTOH wea ealleB to rax on the JSIh dav Ocivaar. 18*1 Thai day of ud<*< at ill wn*. o'er Sacral inn do often How. But today hai brought before at. aho have loot can la amcmbarad bv lona Wnili Clyde Wilfred Eureka and Harolana. 31 10 join loving memory ol our dear "Gloved n*il*r MM Lilian Forde who paaaed %  way on the 31at October. IMT. Three yean have paaaed alnce aad Wbaii ma one e loved waa e. away. Sleep on dear ona your task la o 1 ) eternal root. nt-red b> your dear William,, (outee lion. Dannia. Doreenc FOB SALE AUTOMOTIVE .. %  ... 38 !8 SO—In omcvui. apecfcoui office .llua'e. i Marhill Street oppoaita D M Blmr .'"',.* £ **"' w %  Hutehlnaon fa Co DUI **M ii ID W KHUBTONB-Wall BuAgatow. SUU*>. l.lll. 81 Mkrhael. ) l-droom.. madam oonvenienca-. (larafle Apply R uibaon. Rollon Lane M :o jo-*, IHBAttNV On Haallnl. Road Thraa bedroom, earf wllh ii* water, unial publlr mm— bunsaiow i^„ badraomi. runnaac -mar. dlninaT and lining rooma. i ..bie for a coupla, clean coal an I mill Phona 3MI 3) t ft>_| • VIl.t^^JLBNN" in MontellA Qaidcm nocr Strathelvue. „, o M bunajalaw. wllh drawing and dl moma Ihraw bedrooma. kllcban, I ind baUt A apactoua ancloaed r .I! %  %  ? %  •• •**"• 'ooen, toilet aa^ rairi and waahroom, may bo |cis Consulat*? "' AmpAnaj less than 3 mllp froiT lh c*nlrr of Kuala Lumper They wcr P driven oil alter a U minute battle with Hnt troops and polii* A naw and .ubauMiUal wall Bungalow cunlaming Open verandah %  II L.v mg room iF a, aI aawro, i* II. 1 bedrc-m 11 1* JII wiih i nmg waler. Kitchaaatta '• %  Hi W C Bath li %  *',. waler aad electric light! lundBl on laH %  ) ft land VACANT, POrtSfSMON. [.ropetty f Vtaw Of Ciirnl Church H-c'ion apply to Cit B Ar^ter McKen< rrr. Viet or U Straa NEW BVNOALOW—BB taat by JB faM wllh full baaamant, water and light ihroughout. on V, acra of land wllh guard wall, aituatad al Daacon i Rd near "Bayawatar" phona ITBI or apply LAH. MILLER. Read Stri fACE WWEN SAGUENAY TERMINALS SOUTHBOUND SAII.IM.S From Montreal, St. John, N3„ Hul'f.x, N.S To Barbados, Trinidad, Demrrara, BO SHIPPING NOTICES ELECTRICAL QAHHAHD AUTUMATIC liECORD : CSAJCrMOBh ruilJ ..utom-uc lor 10 and IB Inch Becorda U M Laahlcy. i LUriltoil. Pr. Win. Henry 81 2S.I0.M—3n. MULLAKU BATTCHV HADlOei: Only thraa In BocW 1110 00 ach. Laahley. Umltad. Prime William llaney Slraal | aS.10.5u—3n NOTICE TMI PABJ.4R OF ST ANDBBW The Parochial Traaaurar'. OfKca will be opened •flhr on Thuraday during tinmonth af November SignM C A SKLNNLI! Parochial Treaaurar A) Andrew m.*.* aa-on Exhibition Notice Art. and Handcratta Dlvlaton MOB NID%  Ruata al Baal Hall I'achi Club. Uppar BapSt alandln r.SH aauare faat of tend The houaa conlalna I .llllng. drawing and dim.,, bedroom.. %  IKhanftla and btual a SBSBS Servant', room and garage In yard Inapactron every day leatcrpt Buivjjy between 4 and t p a lent, dial BSM The above will he i public competition at our once if Luca oa Friday the 3rd Noeahee IS* NOTICE to tha estate of HILTON UXWBLLYN COLIOP drv retard NOT1CI IS HEREBY GIVEN :rj.l penaana having any debt, or Olalau luialnal the aeUle of Htllon Urwellyn Gollop daceued. lale of Hart a Gap, In the pariah ef Chrlet Church in Hit. I.:and who died on the 3rd day ol lyacamber Ifraa, mteal.ta. are renneatod to aend In parlKulara of their claim. duly aliened la the undcrelapioS Clarlaa.. Fedora Oollop, C o Meaar. Hvin ami (.rimih. S..UeHora. No II Hlgl. Bcicajatown. on or before the I!at Uc--mber. ISM. after which date •hall proceed lo nulrlbvte the oaaeta the cleceaaed amung tha partlea enlttleil thereto having regard only to eutri clalma of which I abaul then hannotice and I will ajat be liable for (eeeta or aw part tharaof ao dietrlb to any person ol whoae deaa or claim I had notice dcbied lo the *aid -^ t o arltle I heir -a. I ludebtediiee. wHhoul dalaa Oaiad thi. Mth day of th-iobar, ISM '".AH I.Sri A rETKIRA UiUJii' totaaliBad Artti,rairatii. of trki Batata of Hilton Llewllq Oollop. decead Jl M (0_4n RADIO — Ona G EC. ft lube battery *et In perloct candit;on Dial 3400. 31 10 M—In RADIOS—Two Second Hand Milliard Radio. S Tuboa Good condition laah laoa Limited, pr Wm Henry St WIND CHAllOF.K %  V" Phillip. Wind Charged and Batlery new. Can alan huv Radio to It loo_ II >nUreeled. Apply: Jamee A Malah'a Ornamental Coia-rde WorRa Rnierpri'e Road (Th Ch 31 10 30— B> MECHANICAL CARRIER Hrc-YCLEB-3 1 CarrMr lllcyclca. 1 Actnalli W. AeeHea, Phon 38 10 SO—3n The Sahlblilon .grlcultural Society announce wllh rt,ie thai tha Aru CTafli Society WII unable to orgamaa and run the Arli Sflfl Handcrafte Dlvlaton al the Eahi oition thi. year Navorthaiaea it H • pad that with tha fo-opaaatlon o tha ga m eI public and the valuable --Mance of the previoua Committee wht have as kindly prwmlaad be help, Uw %  ;indard In thu Dlvlalon and the En liiulta aa a whole will be u. good ai ID prf-vkma van 31 :o SO— In .IQL'OR LICENSE NOTICE 'Hi MATFAIB tlirt HHOP Will he opening their Xmaa Saaaan nth art !•-. let eating eplection o( OlfU nd novellltea on Prtdav Ird Noveml MISCELLANEOUS vt,\ RM ay -Anl Buttona' which kill Anl*. Roachea. File., and many oUiet li.-e.lPrice I/, boa Kt.rhr. Ltd zv lo BO an > Ire Boo with I 31 III M> ftn F1HX HHaCKS A h-nd in. i.ii,>. Or ax ho II Plantation quantity o( BM Appl. Manager H George a :o BO n WANTED HE1JCOOK — Qualified cook, with referee. Apply Mra Aubrey Archer. Byde Mill. SI George 1.ADY REr-KPTI between Ihe hour, ol lam to the Manager %  MAKE-t: WEI.I cure lor conatlpal i.ti.", KMnev and Slugirth l.n Knight a Lid Rhetimall.nl, IB. ",d Bladder Dlaeaae* r Price Bf. bos 10 HO-Sn. NAI'I.rN A.ialUry Sloop rlggvl B < T. wllh 800 lb. In Keel Powered Wllh S H P Morrl. Engine Magneto. n Self Slortei New Tender and Mooring. Inaured l.lo-d. a 1 *-* OBete received either complete Anollary or only Sailing Yachl All llm claaa cdnditMn. Apply: VINCENT BURKE. C 0 CeAVtOfa Oarage or Bay St 31 'O SO—On -n %  Port, ide Gar81.10 SO-In PIANO — One Waller* Piano Iron Frame In pood coadltaen Apply m A Llo>d Mayer.. STomora Clupham. it Michael. .11 |l .V M • Tha complete AnliaepUc lor Pataanal and Medical uaa. alao for clean-Ins Cvili. Wound, and nbra• lona. and aa a Oargle .wid mouth W..n ite "rteo 2 %  hot Kni'ht. Ltd 33 10 M .:n No TABU! CLOTHS Ext... Urge de-lanod Plaallc Table Clotna In White Pink and Blue H x M BROADWAY Dreaa flhoo 31 10 30— in WISUOWS AND DOORS—Al laati Many people are benenttng by a rortucllon of M% on the coat of thaw w.ndow. and door, bull! by 1 k ri Mdlora* up to datr Machined Wood Work* Dial ITS I, L a. H Miller. lUad Bt.eet. city t> 10 IB—an Would you like to have Than try "Suntone". a d AoiulloiL I TanLOST A HUM) „L0ST r SWEEPHTAKL *ili-fUrr Bcnea W MIS. Finder please return name %  > Ina Howard. OMrden Land. Country Rd 31 10 40 -n 8>WRBPwr A KX TICKET ROOK Serlea T eAJO-atja Pindar will be warded on returning aame tu Donvilie Thorne '*Eden ,p Siatwn Hill. S*. Mich ael 31 10 38— %  SWEEI-STAKF. TICKET Aerie* M ") and .etiea I,. T3S8. 1383 Finder n aame •<> It DcranU Village. SA-alrew "WEFJ-'STAKE TICKET Serlea B8T Finder please return aame ( %  *'inalon bmp. ChelteRoad II 10 H-.-n. MISCELLANEOUS Ail kintia of Card Appiy Advocate BlndloB Oept, 30..0.88— l.f.n ICE BOX In good condition. Hi tan Realy. Spoonera Hill 31 10 lo—In WANTED TO BUY USED POMTAC.E STAMPS of tha IrlUOh Wool Indie.. Al tha Carlbbealamp Soclelv. No :8 Bwan Bl 31 10 80— In THE application al HSfllMAN SCOTT holder of Uquor Laccnae No 1011 of BMP granted to Jamoa Oonng in reaped of a board ar-d .hingle .hop with ahed roof alUched at Belflatd Land. Black Rock. St Michael lor permiailoii lo uer raid Liquor l.trenar nt bottom Moor ol i to Worry board and ahlnglf ahop m Nelaon St Bl. MkMI Oaleg thU 3Tth dSy of Oclober 1060 To— E A. Ma LBOD. Baa, Polk-a Uasiatraie. Dial "A" Sfd HERMAN SCOTT ., Applicant, N.B -Thla spplieallort will be coii%  Idered ai a Ucorarlng Court io be hrld ai police Court. Diatrlct "A" on Mocday the 8th day ef No%embar 1108 at ii o'clock a n. E A. McLEOO. Police MaalMrate. Dill 'A", 31 10 SO-In. -' (Ml mini HAS TO LEAD S&S RUM is the flrst Cbolre ol Diserlmknatini Proplr Its Mellow flavour BIUJ Smoothness a> B rharaclerlitlcs which i-aimot be produced by others. STUART & SAMPSON LTD. Headqaarters For Beal RBJB GOVE RNMENT NO TICES Attention is drawn to the Defence (Contn/. of Drug and Paten and Proprietary Medicine Prices) Order. 1950. No. H which will IK published In the Official Gazette of Monday 30th October, l50. 2. Under this Order the maElmum retail se!! ng prices ol CYSTEX" and "VICKS VAPORUB" arc an fnllrrws: — ITEM VICKS VAPOPX'B UNIT OF SALF. Small sized Bot. Medium ,. La**. Bottle I ox. Pot MAXIMUM RETAIL PRICE 82c. SI.19 12 41 50c. 42c. 28th October. 1950 29.io.50.—Jn, REMEMBRANCE SUNDAY His Majesty the King has approved of Remembrance Day being observed on Sunday the 12th of November As in previous years the Church authorities are being invited to hold special services throughout the Island at which the two minutes silence can be observed at II a.m The special service at St. Michael's Cathedral, which will be attended by His Excellency the Governor, will begin at 10 30 a.m mid will finish at approximately 11.10 a.m. At the end of the service. if the weather permits. His Excellency and party will walk to the War Memorial, where His Excellency will lay a wreath There will be no ceremony. The Ex-Service Men's Organ!nations are being invited lo make nrrangemenu for ex-service men to parade and to attend at 10.3t am., at the Cathedral. Other members of the public are invited lo attend their usual places of worship 31.10 SO —3n. DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION St. Martin's Junior School — St. Philip APPLICATIONS are invited for Ihe Headship of St Martin's Junior School from teachers with at least 10 years' teaching experience. The minimum professional qualification required is the Certificate A of the Department or exemption therefrom. Salary will be in a'N-ordance with the Government Scale foi Head Teachers in a Grade I Elementary School. Candidates who have already nubmitted application forms In respect of previous vacancies (now filled) may apply by letter, accompanied by a recent testimonial. All other candidate* should make .-.pplication on the appropriate form which may be obtained from the Department of Education All applications must be enclosed in envelopes marked %  Appoininienls Board" in the top led hand corner and must reach the Department of Education by Tuesday, 8th November. 1950 31.10 SO —Jn PAA INCREASES SERVICE TO EUROPE Alore Destinations! More Strato" C i/p.er Flights! 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TUESDAY. OCTOBER 11. IS n\RB.vnos ADVOCATE tUBEE HARBOUR LOG In Carliale Bay ,£-?T tnfclff '*E T %  V.nalutma. a* *.| C.p Tarnla. from Trinidad Vis Si Iniilw S ton. *t ial. (ran Tobago D'Orlar. Tiling / —It may be one of you who goes to the moon < % % %  rllt MMk. Ur^'iilkin. from Trir DSPAHTUBJM L'mtad Pll*U. P">" Hyf("ili Kin. S3K. "ib.ld W*. c la Touch With Barbado* Coast Station Ctf. .n4 WusH.iWwt lndi..> Ud %  .... inn ,-m u* cownup"" 1 tiii%i£5-ir*w*"** %  *•* Goodfuli. a %  a Ruff A • %  UfMs. I DunM ormat*ii 1 > U J ~ < CSiidad D 4. % % %  > t ftoaa. S BalakaUx. •aoulham Harvrstrr. 1 Artmiyi". itif 'iii in 1.* Da 11 i*i"***"' • %  %  IIJT • assail. V . Adam. • Cavaadian CnallaVSr'CafW Vn4*. % % %  a>o Svraruar. MaICUHa. II u(ard. %  • OT.I*VTV Alwaki. mSm Barana*., on HUN. %  -• Ataja P*aH %  Vlgkohan-ta—. • •• HJIUiSSlr.*. MWacalbo. Seawell AMIVAIS V I A.l rmoM TMNIUAD AdrlU Hall. Astha Jowah Claudwa %  •jr"un... ItfMM *. %  Dolor** C11 hm III I %  NorUir FatiaMar, II • %  T,"rSr. Towr— Baaa mu d 'a 't Cctffa. l""'] — And you'd go like this! This la how French scientist* who hope one day to make a trio to the inoon imagine the control cabin of their rocket ship will look „ The sketch *a planned by Dr Alexander Ananoft*. chief ol the French Space Travel Society The man in the centre Is lot window at the craters on the wor '> *hen one of toe moon. Above him an automatic wenled Jo Bo outside Uu camera is taking cinematoicraph ~ l pictures. in* through crew roc ton repairs during flight to walk about on the moon's airless surface. Besiind him i> the captain You will notice how rigid tha regulating the controls of atomic oxygen-supplied space-suit is motor driving the rocket ship That Is so it can withstand Uie Tin* si>itce-^uil—there it is in effects of the vacuum In space -LES DECISION CONFIRMED Had No Club Licence The Judges of the Assistant Court of Appeal. M (i I. l\i>lor and Mr. J W. U yesterday csjnflntMd Iht of Mr. S. II Nur-c. P0| M MM Utraie of DaMrtel > who imBOtM M line of C3 lllce. for keeping on Ap*il 10 last. %  place „f i, u i>ln entertaininent known as the "Fm Club at f Warden. Si James, without having previously during the year obtained a suitable licei He was reureseiite Mania. X-wl ""fi* *?^, Jacob DniiaHI'k. Kenna*" %  *ar>. %  ••' Kiarlt. AnaTraaeU. Ulean O-CWH,-. i Qoadanl, Mary llainaa. Halan OqaflMIIUS M —b— S It Baarom. Onrf Morrn. John Chandler. Bdiu> Cln>oraiaau. rienet Randolph lflmct*mm. raon UXASAU* %  unpden Cusa. WUlam Dale. J*c'' Bwirand HUM MAlql'ITlA Hobeitaon Hela-. Charle. MonUU nawi||ll BortolaBadl, Mar^ Boiuiaimi Pitt) B'."T. Koberl H*U MrARTIIU* -II*I IIIII raiMH M Harold Yard*, l^wtano* Vaugbu. Anita partiero. IAIIB Pa*naeo. Harr I*wla. Jahi. Uran*. Ivy Cnoleo|. Gnaca laOhi WUlam CNrfce. P>oil> Howaid. rrra^rick Tatana. Helena Maloney. Uoyd Summirv. Mirturriie Summer*. !*uaen Sumniem. t.ytwt Dai*al. Major Noee It WhiUUh. Huben Foeter. Pitrltk Olbbonr Tonrnft Tarivr, John Cttull. John <>-Br)>n. Mar> Ann OBrten rol PANADA VIA T'lMliMi Jacquei 1* ria|uaia. PaUtclu I' Flaguai*, KaUierlrte Montcomfir). Cecelia Koafrr*, (,-harle* BuMerwcwtl AdamDorothy Adama. Hoben FltfbalrteK. Mary Urravee. John CUrHc Kaivl Bu'Mi. Dtan Buaak. Dorothy Webber. Chatlenon Young. rOK VK.1/ITJ-* Jamea Bell. Eailn Dell. Don Wn-.Qartruga Wla*Hani* MeNaughion U... iral McNauahlon. Alwe Mnodl**. Andrew GfaaanhtV. Nrn Bralth >OK BAM JX_ Thonj* Ailln. Bea*y Ailln, Vance Donald Scolt, Montr* Scot', a Daniel. Helen Nurae. Uithei _. Marian Or— n ldie, Unoin: Tttampxiti Gattrwda Tipoei Hentvat.-;^ fS^,. CHEESE. ONIONS COME Ninety-five cases of cheese and 250 crates of onions were landed here yesterday among the ca of the Dutch passenger-freighter "Cottlca". Other cargo arriving by the vessel included beer, herrings and matches. On board the "Oottlca" on arrival were 116 passengers, seven of whom landed here. It took 19 peaaengvrs here for Trinidad and Paramaribo It left port a few hour* after arrival. At Industrial Exhibition When the Agricultural Society stage Its hundredth Industrial Exhibition at Queen's Park on December 6 and 7. the House Committee will be putting DQ a Pageant showing the progress of agriculture during the last hundred years, the Secretary of the Society told the "Advocate" yesterday. He said that in the goats and sheep division four prizes have been offered this year for comueution in all sections having more than six entries. In thia division, pure bred sections arc now being introduced for the flr*t time for British Alpine and fiaanen stock. In the Dairy and Food Products division a special icing display on okkOH Is being planned, he said All bakeries and persona Interested in the art of icing had been irrularired Two prires would be offered, a first prize of $20 and second prize of 110. Unfortunately the Art* ami Crafts Society did not And it possible to help this year In n the Arts and Crafts division, but the committee who had been doliik it before they took over, hod kindly offered their services Fireworks Dlsplay The Society was plrnnliiH thave a fireworks display tnis time, said the Secretary Unfortunately an order for die tin*work* place*t overseas could not if executed but an effort we* being made to get as much as possible locally. Plans for the holding of the> Exhibition were going well ahead but lumber was igivlng cause for anxiety. II was hoped to get th^ co-operation of the lumber yards as In the past, All being well. It was proposed to st:irt the erection of booths on November 20. Hunt TOKYO, Oct. 30 A fleet of 15 Japanese whalers has started sailing for the Antarctic frt'in Yokohama for 90 days hunting Colonel Sehenek f General MarArthur's headquarters extended good wishes to the whalers j ctieniony vc-stcrciay aboard the 10.8&6 ton "rUshidste aleru," ither ship of the first fleet On Wednesday 18 ships, a second fleet will follow. A repreaenUtlve of Mat-Arthur' headquarter* will again sail with the fleet Reuler. Cheaper Wires—But Not Yet Ttas Sugar Talks Postponed BRISTOL. Oct. 30 London talks of the British Sub-committee of the International Sugar Council due next month have been postponed until February, usually reliable source* said here today. These sources said that the original dates were unsuitable to sin ne countries attending. The talks are preliminary to the International Sugar Council meeting called for next year —Beuter Trials are to begin aonn 1 styles handled In .i con manner CaTO Gill Was lb* f" % %  nn r Mr Archibald Clll I ...,.,, \: GUI ol CrtSsT, Strathiclyds She was bom the 28th dVB. and was euucaled at tandra School. St Peter an*] (iiassneld School. 81 alihaei She early showed a talent Ung and won many pnsea lacfJ Industrial I dblUon, In tt17. she went to Canada. and h>i i.Hir year* she gtuaJMi -i Irl School under Hremner She became friendg Itl) ih" French-Hungarian t de Belliafterward* a Royal Academician, with whuiti >hsketching SIKreturned to Barbados in IS21 %  fad Ulia**| drawing .it the High St. John's l she left Barbados to Nt V"ik \s the re. •inimisaioiw executed for te was now able to ii.m-t She rlathsd l(<'tmi Milan. where si-.e studied the old Mas%  er. returning through SwiUer' nu 1 to Pans *heie she iele.l Usjio Here she sludieti i She returned to In 1932, and lived at St. Lawrence until 1M7. After a hjorl viatl to England in 137. |aaaj*| MRlad In Parl* %  %  worked and gave pri. OIVS. At the outbreak m WH siai.i Marseilles whe she •n iaint Attempts %  ic to send her help i | iied States and S*s | ('.nsiiU. As u result of 'ilps and privation* she lUfferod thning the German Oc•„ %  .lied in a hospital r Montreal d. sa that it's suspect. Diseased Wheel BRISTOL. Eng Oct 3d Police here have warned a snei thief that the motor car spare wheel he has stolen Is contaminated with a rare and often fatal dlseate. If he has a cut or abrasion on his hands which comes in contact tvith the wheel he may die, the police statement said. The disease Is one which Is generally transmitted to humans by rats The wheel was stolen bTOtn B doctor's car whh> it was parked outside a hotel on Saturday. Police refused to say how the wheel Infected. —SleuU-r 3 Million More Cycles. On Roads With three million more cyclist on Britain's roads than in 19311, the revival in cycling: has leeched Its post-war peak. This boom—whhh neither l.tin-free motoring nor the po summer ha* failed to thuckllustrated in the growth In men bership of the many clubs After Fifty Years Tha i .clists' Touring Club w.lliin a few thousand of equaling ih.. record membership h, k ,, of IBM-190(1. "Already era hsve added S.soo new members to our 1949 total if 53.000, and with new epplicauons reaching us by the score oaefa day, we shall soon I* reaching our all-time teeord of flO.OOO". official of the club said to-dav. L E.8 CLARKE'S "BLOOD MIXTURE Cleanse the system from blood Impurities : many sufferers from rheumatic aches and p3tns, lumbago, neuritis, pimples, bolls, sores and minor skin ailments, car derive great bet.eflt from this well-knnwn medicine. 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PAf.E FOUR BARBADOS ADVOCATE TltSMY. OCTOBER 31, 1830 BARBADOS &# AU\ (Mir, r. 1 ---.— t ., f l l i l / U M'tU C*.. l.HJ., IUVM ••-. '.-(l Tuesday. Orlnbrr U, 15" 1.4MH M US IT la ytuxl ii< %  edoa th.it more (owl and clothing, in Mkbtkm to other araducta, wfll be coming in the island according lo an afBciaJ announoamonl made yesterday. Houeewlvee may look forward now lo better supplies of butter, condensed milk. eggs and apples from North An.. In the shops they can expect a wider variety of clothing at the lowest possible prices. Men will rejoice that seer sucker suits will nce more (>e obtainable. And (an important potnl not to be overlooked) touiista from Northern Countri i and from i.i arill be '>nVred a wider variety f choice. li i^. too i-.iilv jrel to say much more about the official announcement thai < tread Britain has decided to allow Canada and North America a greater share of West Indian markets. Criticism in the West Indies and in Canada has been ipt—tjl since Great Britain decided to save dollars at the expense of the traditional West Indian-North American trade. Importers in the West Indie-, have been loud in their complaints that United Kingdom products were both inferior to and more expensive than the American or Canadian items which had become established here. A Canadian survey of the advertisements in this newspaper a short time ago showed clearly how goods manufactured in the United Kingdom had replaced North American products by a percentage of more than ninety. Meanwhile Canadian and American ships were continuing to provide essential inter-area communications, and Canadian National Steamships had reached the point of slating that their services would possibly be terminated unless the trade which she had painstakingly built up during the war years and which she had lost al a blow when Great Britain began the battle of the dollar gap, was increased. Today, under devaluation, it will be more difficult to resume trade with Canada and the United States because the pound sterling is worth so much less than it was before the axe of devaluation fell. It is possible that Canadian exporters will have drastically to reduce their prices to compete with certain items which have meanwhile been coming from the United Kingdom. But it is also possible that the United States and Canada may both cul prices to a level which will force the British manufacturer to compete on equal terms, instead of sitting back as he too often does today behind the protection of a United Kingdom order which virtually says "buy goods from the United Kingdom and sterling area lirst; if we cannot supply, try the dollar area." It is true that Barbados has been allowed even during this period of preference for the United Kingdom exporters endugh dollars lo obtain essential foodstuffs and other items not obtainable in the United Kingdom, but there has been real hardship none-the-less. It is a sign of hope for better understanding and better relations between the United Kingdom and the West Indies that this concession of more trade with North America has at last been granted. It Is too soon lo say exactly what will be the effects on the West Indies In terms of actual trade, but it is not too early to state categorically that there will at once be noticed throughout the British Caribbean an improvement in relations between the United Kingdom and the people of the West Indies in consequence. Nothing could more help to remove the suspicion that the United Kingdom exporter was benefiting at the expense of the West Indian consumer than an increase in freedom of trade between the West Indies and the Great Dominion of Canada to whom the West Indies are turning more and more for assistance in their economic development l'\li:VII\>: WIIJ. I Ml HI iff,; w%HV Watch The Two Men In The Desert Canada Prepares Against Inflation lineal OTTAWA .'. ilii.:. refuauig lo endorse %  return to the tins would pinch i ice-control policies n used in the Second ..im-''*r ST % %  '" %  i runout i.s em barking on a nucnbei of itope which it lik>*.~ IHK I M KNSORKI) STORY of „,,. ot^^^'i'.l %  "•ntWnartlOOMJT." nimr-lo-war tension brlurrn Jew mid "V"* %  """ '' >>" > %  "'"" Since the early posl-wor yeats, when it was Arab cannot be cabled from I •true) IIICM: Mil U>II AS OF WAII ll H< until. >I.M .inl.it of Income within her own KOII 11 is inconceivui.i. Jordan. He fore Ihe reporter was th.u the people l I i iBoweel lo leave I x rue I his despatch %  ••(" %  ••deiii fa rver an froe gift L.M;.s sealed b> the security officer. *? lm {" Am.-r.cOr ihji lie then flew lo Cyprus—nearest point pul up WlUl u„ ir present ploneerfroni which this unrensurrd report could ir. austerity. BC iahli d :— The Arab supportthis fear b, imintni,. |0 Lht) i. I) itkM I NICOSIA (Cyprus), of wai Is suepended between Israel week-end of. PreoUei Ben-Ourion' -Ofdaa. Socialist coalition Uoven | it\ If terrier The reason; disagreeing It is only after visiting both I. %  ucri those inn-mis have become. might ago In Jerusalem i.. n has mobii'' %  In ih< plains of Jordan, Fei Iron i :h. Are) U i. Its nutuinn i Pale Mm i u mle policy. Now look lit lh ... r, ,.i i.i btet igaloM i' It la at Um i m 1 Ik-ves thai Imel is nuplyins. ihe Ar f l> ** u %  .-. % %  I •' I li I'I.I: .%  %  i,' into tin '.itlight >l the desert to talk thuir* Men of th.Arab Imglen, ibefi i Ihetr sboulden ' b > "y'"* Hrt to Cyprus and king another plane to The service is the same In third plane to women between the agas of II and 24. married women exceptcit Israel explains her uefcusiv pceperattani In %  •qnh nre surrounded by a potential); hostile Moslem population Id] irtngly than rare brw-o The older man sib. the way In r Q "^ t hkes i*-t with i temel laddie An !" n ax un ai Bvea then one rfaat be iRhort and ih bushy eyebrows and with grey in his short beard. -Ionian's King He is ready to UIIK about the iniquities of Israel as he sees them, for he la Abdullah Inn Al Hussein, descendant of the Prophet MahoTo-yar-oid rul'i I lb Kingdt m of Jordan oiafortabl) %  nd ortantnlwise on the mg—• ; %  I :1 liK'i"' whom on* could immi ^ I liland regiment h. Sir Alee Kirkbrnie. former intelligence oflioci to Lawrence if Arabia, and the British Mm. |sf i, Hie Jordan capital ol Amman. Tiny have been Mends I* I vears, and rs Abdullah a a King so Kirkbride rose In the dlplcmut ot his country from Junior ass 1st%  i i in icsidcnt, sAd thl MN, u %  Today, as Abdullah'Mend Bll Alec Is the most powerful servant at the Uiitish crown U tne Middle I. • "iMThi|UI MS JOKDtN's BULGE iHaiat map) battooms tnlo /white on I*, MUD llle ut Is impossible for men women of military age to leave the country. Students planning u career which might be of service to the State are excuse! So. with few exceptions, Israel b .t bourn from which no immigrant t\er returns SHs|iiiiMi TO the Arab, fear finds groum lor Mi.puion in everything aero* the uneasy border. The Arabs see Israel'.fathering of her scattered peopl as more than u ful: Zionist idealism. It Is also, the: %  ay. the mass importation of DUB' power, ripe for military serv and ready to flght the homeland' i battles. Proof? The watchful cyci Jordan pick out Israel's farms These are being built up „. i... ... i M-ttle:'!.' %  A l.-vi speed, and are nut Invarlab ailed, say the Arabs, to the be-t Qgncultural advantai. Now. nestling on the summit. are solid communal homei. and li.rmstends — so solid that they What dees Jew (ear from Arab It is net so surprising, then. Arab from Jow7 Look flmt al the *ould withstand a fciege Hint wheti he has a decision to rift of hatred and suspicion The Israelis say: "Here we have make which may Involve peace or ThrOUflh llle bulU """elves a home K i",\ Abt L U ""5 EersaZ Jt „JT %  brought husbandry to the top of Id Mend :n"i SC.JC* ol an Arab a hm" eeUon,hlm farjrounwl Experts m Amman Mh ( tnnt The Arabs say: "Look! There Sir Alecs hands are strong, but Israel may one .i..y ,n„i. giant they have bull: themselves thej an ,:,ough to pincer nwrcmentdewn the Jordan rortress iom the Dortb and UP along They'are, of course, both right And both are afraid and wlsdon on which the the shores of the Dead St: Nationalisation?— -A More Excellent Way* tMsJ&SsSzS •> F** e-eemaatw SBaB&= ', 1 Ti ),u %  iu i.rr. ... ^_ „, l5l ulury oflhe kind 1 hnvc '"'' %  'blnly favourable results. rh-ra, Perfect ;^e IMI> lennllial.d and compensation proIhe scheme is ba.e.l. .„„| |„ |„, "' "" '' vidcl for Sir Leslie to the time spun of which it U carried on, Whol.A. mi op n may be ".' ^8,000 Of course a (nod Dornamely "A Partnership of Capital "*"-.d The "more excellent way" I two things, capita] to provide a wuh to mention and to urge upon bigger plant and n l.irgei and rum, the attention of local legislators interested labour force. So he w.r,: ineei Brros—though i canfinl to big customers, as possible not -oppose it has altogether been subscribers and sharehoUhrQM • •verlookcd— Is that of goodwill vine-growers of the area, and bcand co-operation between all confore long got the promise of the affairs, i have never caught the nit. i ol natioiialisatioi whether In III fuU*orbed form or the partial measure here adopted. Nor in Capital levies and taxes on Company reserves put by for upion: they all seem to me to Interfere unhealthily with Hvidual initiative and hievement, which are so highly rviceable to the public interest amlc welllielng, and als.i to be, as Mr. Shepherd put it in MM of hi, letters, "cumbrous and arm co opcrnuon ocween an conlore long got the p x ''"' 1 cerned In the running of an Indusnecessary capital. Then he talked How can it he supposed that any ,rv or bustness—stockholders, to his employees and won then can create a Managmanagement, and employees—and Interest, partly by offering thci foi U industry 1 would add clients or customers, sm;r they have many opportunlUcs the peiienced l-r %  ,.ns ( Who > have huilt -tui means of helping towards sueA chenie ">'> Ibj '.>." t up ud whatever sir And i„,w ,.:i up without measure a And as for %  nentioned Iready Capital and I-i.ii;n A i ,. %  'II ried It forward lo cess It has attained? ThtS improved and very fruitful ,„, a new Hoard be eel Plan rs in operation in a good many g£gg l> V£ !Sffig lh ?5 u l". oeetina in some cases in leading and progressive „ , "''"'UtUv of tour topheavv situation? countries. especFally, I U-lieve. h. 7^'"* ,,f "^"H end a pense. here is an Britain and U S.A., i.nd It Is destockholder a workipan, nnd an LUuattetlon puked Up from a i nbed from time t after many perilous adventures, their only sailing directions coming from ancient legends handed down by still earlier navigators who made the journey to New Zealand and back. The Mauris had no written language until after the arrival of Europeans a little over a century ago, but their traditions were so accurately handed down by word of mouth that the date of arrival can be fixed fairly close. The landing places of the canoes are still known, as are many Incidents connected with the voyage. Many Maoris can trace their descent in an unbroken line back b the crews of the canoes. Maoris and Europeans are using the celebrations as a means of bringing still closer relations between the tw u races and of acting a further course Jor the Maori people. Then ;um is to fit the Maoris more fully for life in a western civilization while preserving the finest traditions of the native race. OUR III A III ItS KAY: Oil To the Editor, The Advocate Slit.—In the "Advocate* 1 of Wednesday 25th instant thc-rc wa a heading "Adams refutes Statements on Oil." In so far as the word "refutes'* usually meani "disproves," I should like to pone out that Mr Adjims did not refute any of the statements in my letter to the "Advocate" of October 241h. He denied one of my statements. "Advocate" ol '.Nth. October, aim which srera to have caused him M much concern. Yours truly, E. G. MACINTYRE. Manager and Attorney. P.UOC. Ud. Y.W.CA. omitting tho letters from inv Company's Solicitors U> the Kmg> Solicitor of the Mil., Itfth and 25th July, 1950, allot which ki ix-iioctly plain that, although e naturally w-nted some form ol protection In the marketing ol our the protection of the ,;. i reservoir was the p r 1 m a i > %  and essential requirement jf m) Company before taking a lease a, lieu of monetary cumpc:. namely, that tne cauT of K l !" -*?*£ ? i S? ,B """ " Bridgetown." I'.d this gentteroan think that boys would be made to leave and except Sea View. What ha wrong with this Village? net counted in amonc other villages of St flames' has it been left to i.dmini-sici its own needs? I sincerely hojc fs n it iuellft 1 "' ,he *'' m t A RESIDENT Human Relatiuna %  ted touch your. 1 understand that students In England is getting help from communist I know that they will gladly accept this not because they want to be not. 1 have read a few weeks M Sm,~it hag been a very longe wJ! M 1 ,, ed ^ C 1 MflFX P?~ ago that Iloletown will soon be """ ,,w lnce I wanted" to ex y on account ' ** having street lights, a very good pre> ">? "i""! lOWBrd racial and !le beCn ,0,d to 1hem to cl **' id,-... and the Parish a Dispen**grvgatlon of human' against ven ^T n a(X,cunt of ^^ raclal SIR,—As I understand, ancsary another good idea, but li lluni '' 1 have herd mmorx problem8 This sort of thing must urouping is creating a great hardHoletown in urgent need of itreet (h ^i *-he Nvgto as we are catt m.,\ POt "* l> r c ,i ce in the West Indies *hlp for youth. "Harrison College lights? or the parish In urgent neel their color from atmospheric pros WB aTO ,n ,ma Let "* aU Uve refusal by Covommrnl lo Hive mj fS" 1 !" '..,"" 1 m ? Compmy u Company Ihe sole rUlht of dis'" "J" !" '. Inaamuch al noUalion t.lbufion wllhln 3| mile, of „ u " h *^jf Colonial Secrelarv pipe-line. Mr. Adam, derlcl 11.1. ; lnd "•* !" f d '" Jf","' slalemenl. bul I am Hill w.lllm ou ellonu of Ihe nce I .hould aUo like lo ninlnd Mr. which has passed between lhi %  it he has appai. representatives of the Govenimefii ttotlei. to reply and those of my Compan\ lised in '.' tree school In of a dispensary; Why nol see to ••* Of cone this talk ta^Lata ,0 "" h er like sisters and brother Thomas Harrison, a those who are In need tint? I Iron, the more Ijnorant cla.Te. '""' * ne ha P py ,llmU >' "h" "'ere hope that the members of the believe in scientific researches S^*** **• ^ a better and happier vetry will fur one moment con" ,,a appreciate the men indceo WpsI Indies. sider those unfortunate people wh o brlligi it 10 light, but I have PRO BONO PUBLICO. who reside in the tenantry of never heard ot i( scientist trying lo t* 1 Sea View, and give these people hnd out color or complexion Adam tWa asaashka J-IfllSLj %  tarA,. .vf* i I a. Anlsn then trade scli li rou ping? Also education >ls because in lower letter asks th* the same facilities they have we "' * SIR.—Pl^ Kat* e allow me to exmcrSantrto con^forwaro wVt'n SErj*"?!** Hj^S^K tefj ""H ?*}!££* ""' ffV^'V^Z^^T^ donations for the %  nd ""P ll "' m '"•""> continuallv l] ear readers. I personnelv hade S._ n ", ">_nenietlon SUffin Y W.C A., and oilier charities !f n d .'? memory of this great n'-MiN-nr.R. his two sons Cane ann stop them from'contliiuallv '"" render I personnelv feels tu.Jh!rar?' 1, _P~ ,n,c,lon su1r ' '• SSuSed' to So'a^'d'l'mcuM Heavens when they cloud overhead. The black comee )uet like i Sra Paetv lh will go'Jiwor frSut,' '? S e ^^ Public u.o,n few aaaei iti< n to come for an insuiire f_~ ",. v. !" P*eon_baite a jther vlll*op smoking ges can boast the fact of calling 'Hy f'**l s 'hat this wi BB : doctor any time "'i !" i im, % %  > % % %  MM m t-unie jor an tanrc it ^ ,. —. •"*" %  this can atao be .aid of Sen "lese were In „,„ vvorin?"" !" S?,, 1 "? "* Am These SIR.—Permit me space In your View 1 am a Jap. As a matter and men of all classes fouehl io %  "f'" w reeosjilsed here ai valuable column, to say something of fact I cannot for the life of kethcr In unit, and Ihen .CM, IK. ? ,K !" n %  recosrdsed In Engabout the slate of the tenant me imagine a doctor going into wan the doctrines of ,„.,„.. nd or '"* oth,!r countries borood, thai exist In Sea View Is any of these tenant areas after a and racial disinnun iti,„ ii. „i "i" !" "* "" nM on 'y destroy f St James aware of ffood downpour of rain unless bv r.tore to, be seen in r.,,11^ plants and other goods, bui the state cf the tenant roods that a helicopter. Mow lone m this ol tho world tv... J ?.. "P^^d peculiar diseases that are In Ihe Village? I have state of things lioing to last? For India,. Island theci £ ZSLStZl ",7 d mi ul1 to tllasjlom """" d "">! "l " I ul. hoi, with people o ,Zr owrfeSlTf iST? """ "" "o^rnment n the vou Suit, a SS .SI n .~' or "'"look mto this matter and .-.iw^s f vSi^^r mnun "" %  %  *" "' t**" t~dvs can MATADOR DE RATONES lo the other village • res of the Ve,:: y letter tn the admiration of the taxpayeri do something lo help the pool that s amo. V.SCOTT TO-DAVS SPECIALS a CO.. LTD. at the COLONNADE Usually Now Tins BABY FOODS .14 I .1 rkgs. BKIU.O (Soap PasM .18 .14 Tin. CORN UKKt (with Cereal) .31 LAWN MOWERS 2 Sizes WHEEL BARROWS GARBAGE CANS Small & Medium STEP ON CANS Orm Mag, White & Irorj GALV. BUCKETS -r Light. Medium & Heav GALV. ROUND BATHS GALV. OVAL BATHS 10". 11", 12", 14" 16"—26" 16"—30". WILKINSON & HWMS CO.. LTIX, Successors To C. S. PITCHER & CO. PHONES 4472 & 4687 NOW WITH INTERNATIONAL PAINTS and get QUALITY with ECONOMY A PAINT POR EACH JOB A JOB WELL DONE BY EACH PAINT SEE US AND BE INTERNATIONAL IIHONIV .V '.. I.TU-AGENTS. ','***%'***:**'.'*',:'+'*'.'.;'***'+***••*'*'._ IN SPITE OF THE RISE IN PRICE OF— WOOLLENS EARLY BUYING OF I. Mil .1 STOCKS %  &f %  ! HAVE KEPT OUR PRICES DOWN THE THRIFTY WILL SHOP NOW YOUR CHOICE OF WORSTED, FLANNELS, TROPICALS, GABERDINES, ? TWEEDS & DOESKINS DA COSTA & C„ LTD. DRY GOODS DEPT. STINK If THESE Vl# MIUII IS III HI a I III II SulMna* Rl .11 Currants Mlxr-d Peel TWBBflll. All Bran Shred fieri Wheat Grups. Nuts Pulled Whea! SWBnDB MiirshniHllnw, Carr's Chocolate Biscuits Barley Sugar Boxes Chocolates TURTLE SOUP EGGS STEW STEAK (iODDARDS SPKOJUUS Table Mutter In Pkgs. Me* Zealand Cheese Danish Red Chcesa Dutchman's Head (whole) HI AT u, pi. li, ., S. ; Fresh Mince Meat Fresh Vegetables Freth Fruit fejr Ihe niMKS Scratch Grain Layena Grpwena Bone meal Gold Braid Rum Scotch Whiskev Dry Sack Shi-nv I