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MORE SUGAR WANTED IN BRITAIN

Barbados Cricket Board
Express ‘‘Grave Concern”
Over W.LC.B. Affairs

"THE Board of Management of the Barbados

Cricket Association at a private meeting on

Thursday unanimously

expressed its grave con-

i

cern over several matters in connection with the!
affairs of the West Indies Cricket Board of Control,
especially with the disbursements, allocations and
other matters in connection with the profits
eerived from the recent tour of England.
Nr, J. W. B. Chenery moved the following resolution :
“Whereas doubts have arisen as to the legality of
the West Indies Board of Control in appropriating

to itself £24,000. monies earned as a result of the
successful tour of the West Indies Cricket Team,

1950 and investing t

hese monies by trustees, this

Board therefore moves that proper steps be taken to
seek clarification of the matter in proper quarters.”

This was seconded by
unanimously. The followin

Mr. Eric Inniss and carried
g were appointed a Committee

to deal with the matter : Sir Allan Collymore, Messrs,
J. W. B. Chenery, E. L. G. Hoad and John Goddard.

New Greek
Government
Sworn In

ATHENS, Nov. 3.

The new Greek Government
under the Premiership of Sopho-
cles Venizelos was sworn in this
morning.

The new Government will be

presented to Parliament early next
week.
Venizelos handed in the resigna-
tion of the old three party Gov-
ernment yesterday after a dispute
with the Populists, the third party
in the coalition.

Ministries headed by Populists
in the previous coalition have pur-
posely been left unfilled so that if
they are cleared of allegations
that they scandalled Venizelos, he
may bring them back into the
Cabinet.

The split in the old three party
Government was the climax of a
violent campaign in some news-
papers against the Populist party.
They said that a man named Den-
drinelis recently arrested for the
alleged embezzlement of the equi-
valent of tens of thousands of
pounds sterling in Piraeus port
was a Populist “henchman.”

They said he had financed the
party’s electoral campaign and
the party newspaper which is run
by Thaos Tsaldaris, son of the for-
mer Populist Deputy Prime Min-
ister. (There were two Deputy
Prime Ministers in the old Cabi-
net).

Tsaldaris, senior, sued one news-
paper for libel and the verdict is
expected next week.

—Reuter.

Type Already Set
For Shaw's Last Book
LONDON, Nov. 3.

Bernard Shaw’s last book is
believed to be a history in verse
of the village where he died,
Ayot St. Lawrence.

The book which has _ already
been set up in type, is illustrated
with his own snapshots of tue
village and has as its title: “Ber-
nard Shaw’s Rhyming Guide to
Ayot St. Lawrence.”

‘ —Reuter.

Tibet’s 16
Abandon

As Reds





{ The

following members were
present: Sir Allan Collymore, Kt.,
(President), Messrs F. A. C. Clair-
monte, J. M. Kidney, T. N. Peizce,
S. O’C. Gittens, E. A. V. Wil-
liams, E. Inniss and W. F. Hoyos,
(Hon. Secretary).

The President extended a
hearty welcome to Mr. John God-
dard as this was the first occa-
sion he had attended a meeting
of the Board since his return
from England.

The minutes of the last meet-
ing of the Committee were con-
firmed and arising out of the
minutes, it was decided that the
Dinner which was to have been
held in honour of Barbados repre-
sentatives on the West Indies
team along with Messrs Clair-
monte and Kidney should be
postponed until sometime during
the forthcoming Intercolonial
Tournament between Barbados
ond Trinidad which is to be held
during February, 1951.

A letter was read from the
Secretary of the W.I.B.C, stating
that £2,000 would be given to
‘the B.C.A, provided it was used
to provide additional accommo-
dation at Kensington. It was de-
cided to accept the offer with
certain reservations,

Provisional dates for the Inter-
colonial Tournament between
Trinidad and Barbados to take
place at Kensington Oval are,
First Match ta, start on 15th
February and the tour will end
on 27th February, 1951.

Two Lines From

Moscow
MOSCOW, Nov. 3.
Moscow newspapers carried

without comment to-day a two-
line message from London an-
nouncing the death of the veteran
British playwright George Ber-
nard Shaw,

Shaw was the sole contempor-
ary British dramatist whose plays
are staged in Moscow.

Two of his plays “Pygmalion”
and ‘“Widowers’ Houses” which
the Russians renamed “Slums of
London” are at present running

here.
—Reuter.

-Yr. Ruler
s Capital

Advance

NORTHERN INDIA, Nov. 3.

DALAI LAMA, the 16-y
was reported to-day to hav

ear-old priestly ruler of Tibet,
e left the capital, Lhasa, with

his cabinet as Communist troops advanced to within 150
miles of the city. Authoritative reports reaching here
said he had gone with his Cabinet and the Regent, Takta

Rimpoche, to an “unknown



Pakistan Prepares

destination”.

They indicated that a political
, “change-over” had oceurred in
Lhasa but no details .vere imme-

|
|



diately available.
The Chinese Government an-

To Stem Invasion
nounced on October 14 that Com-

|
SYDNEY, Nov. 3. ni : ; ; f
s : ere munist army units had been
Mr. K. Nasrullah, Whip of the | ordered to advance into Tibet

East Pakistan Legislative Assem=|.;,. free : Tibetans fro
. +s o free 3,000,000 Tibetans from
bly said today that Pakistan's) (imperialist oppression and to con-

aa oe ead alts up tO|colidate the national defences of

ahuea" frontiers | China’s western corner.”

' ; ‘ China claims suzerainty over
The Chinese advance into Tibet | Tibet, the “root of the world”

had placed Pakistan “in grave |cijte which borders on China and

danger of invasion,” he said in an
interview.

If that happened, “we will fight
inch by inch until the last man”,
he said and added that a Com-
munist invasion of Pakistan would
lead to the third world war. Nas-
rullah is on the way to New Zea-

land for the Commonwealth
Parliamentary Association Con-
ference later this month.

—Reuter.

LCE.T.U. Protes
Tibet Invasion

BRUSSELS, Nov. 3.

The International Confedera-
tion of Free Trade Unions tonight
protested against the Chinese in-
vasion of Tibet. Another resolu-
tion adopted by the Conference
after a 3-day session here urged
the United Nations Assembly to
reject its Political Committee’s
recommerdation for the admis-
sion of £ : to its
agen’ &

: le

lIndia, under an = agreement
|reached in 1720.

| A Press Trust InGia correspon-
}dent in Peking, the only non-

| Ce mmunist newspaperman there,
reported at the time that the 14
year old Panchen Lama, rival for
spiritual and temporal leadership
of the ‘forbidden land of monks”
was preparing to leave China for
| Titer.

He was believed to have been
lliving in Western China with a
group of Communist advisers and
\“a provisional Tibetan Govern-
ment.”

Earlier reports in Kalimpong
‘had suggested that the Dalai Lama



‘might take refuge in one of the
Himalayan states of Nepal or
Bhutan where the Bhuddists rec-
ognise him as their spiritual
master

But rumours that the boy ruler
had bought a bungalow in Kalim-

;pong itself were not confirmed,
The latest reports of the Com-

im nict edvance indicated consid-
progress atong tortuous
@ On page 3.

|





SOME OF THE HORSES for today’s races are here seen getting the “fiinishing touches” in the cool and

READY FO





quiet of the Paddock yesterday afternoon.

ARREST WIFE OF
DEAD ASSASSIN

NEW YORK, Nov. 3.

Mrs, Carmen Torresola, 22-
year-old wife of Griselio Torreso-
la, killed in the attempt to assas-
sinate President Truman, was
taken into custody last night, it
was learned today.

The woman had been the object
of an intensive F.B.I. search since
her husband was killed cutside
Blair House, the President’s resi-
dence, on Wednesday, It was
reported that Mrs. Torresola, who
was taken to the Federal Women’s
House of Detention, might be
charged with conspiracy to injure
the President.

President Truman paid an un-
expected visit today to the two
White House guar who were
shot down in blocking the attempt
to assassinate him on Wednesday.

As Truman walked the blocks
from the White House to the
hospital, a Secret Service man
walked close beside the President,
two more flanked him and two
were elose behind, . .

A car with other Secret Service
men followed slowly. —Reuter.

Tito Congratulates

Pres. Truman

BELGRADE, Nov. 3.

Marshal Tito has sent a tele-
gram to President Truman saying:
“Allow me Mr. President, to con-
gratulate you very warmly on
your escape from the unsuccessful
terrorist attack against your per-
son.”

No official congratulatory tele-
grams have so far been reported
from other East European coun-
tries, .

27 Died In Puerto
Rico Revolt

SAN JUAN, Puerto Rico, Nov. 3.

Twenty-s.ven people have died
and 51 have been wounded in the
anti-American revolt in Puerto
Rico evcoriing to official figures
issued to-day. A total of 224 peo-
ple including Nationalist and
Communist leaders are being held
for investigation.

Casualties in the five-day old
revolt were: Nationalists: 17 killed
12 wounded. Police: 7 killed, 21
wounded, National Guards: One
killed, 12 wounded.—Reuter.

Killing Is “Fine”
Says Murderer Of 10

BRUNSWICK (BRITISH ZONE)
GERMANY, Nov. 3.

Rudolf Pleil charged here with
10 murders told a court to-day
that killing is a “very fine feel-
ing.”The defendant, a 26 year old
former policeman, locksmith and
soldier refused to-day to describe
in public his first murder.

The court was cleared while he
gave details of the killing of 37
year old Mrs. Miehe in 1946 near
the _Anglo-Soviet zonal borders.
He told the coust that it gave him
“complete sexual satisfaction.”

Her husband, 56 year old civil
servant Hermann Mieh told the
court to-day that “I did not recog-
nise my wife at first. Her face







was completely smashed.” He
said he later identified her feet.
Reuter.

LIFE SAVER DROWNS

(‘om Our Own Correspondent,

PORT OF SPAIN, Nov. 1.

Chaguanas, Trinidad, member 0:
an excursion party lost his life
while attempting to save a woman
bather at Icacos Bay, Cedros. The
woman was rescued by other
people.

Solomon Paul, a canefarmer of|



November Thieves

Steal

FOR THE FIRST TWO DAYS in November thieves
have made hauls totalling $299.00 Thefts include jewellery,

ham and eggs.

From the restaurant of The Barbados Aquatic Club,
which was broken and entered between 11 p.m. on Wednes-
day and 8 a.m. on Thursday, $18.00 in cash and a quantity
of ham and eggs valued $25.54, were stolen,

REDS BAN
SANTA CLAUS

BERLIN, Nov. 3.

Toy manufacturers in the
Soviet zone of Germany
have been forbidden to pro-
duce Christmas angels or
Santa Clauses, the West Ger-
man Die Welt newspaper
elaimed today. Instead they.
have been told to manufaec-
ture dolls with blue shirts
carrying blue flags in imita-
tion of members of the Com-
munist Youth Organisation
of Free German Youth




(F.D.J.), the paper said.

—Reuter.

T.U.C. Make Fina
Appeal In B.G.

(From Our Own Correspondent)

GEORGETOWN, Nov. 2.

The Trades Union Council, to-
night ordered workers to resume
work on Saturday morning.

Semi-official sources’ here said
that the Governor at the Confer-
ence emphasised that the strike
was illegal and declined to give
any assurance that the workers
will not be punished ngcone ia
the law. He further declined to
give any assurance that there will
be any advance in payments be=
fore the Committee’s report or
that any increase will be retro-
spective from April.

The Governor pointed out that
he is unable to anticipate what
the Committee will recommend,
The Governor later consulted with
the Executives who it is learned
supported the Governor's action,
Meanwhile public services are
crippled with pitiable scenes at
the hospitals particularly. Small
craft are doing a good trade car-
rying people across the Demerara
and Berbice Rivers. The shipping
is also in a strangle-hold.

"Rodney" Leaves B.G.
- Without Unloading

(From Our Own Correspondent)
GEORGETOWN, L.G., Nov, 3

The C.N.S. “Lady Rodney” left
early this morning without un-
loading cargo as
workers are still on strike.

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Another thief entered the Pen-
tecost Mission Room at Marshall
Gep between 7 p.m, on Tuesday
ard 10,10 a.m. on Wednesday and,
left with an electric clock and
four chairs, total value $33.

From Messrs Harold Proverbs
& Co. at No. 1 High Street $27.12

in cash was stolen within 15
minutes, '
The St. Giles’ Girls’ School at

My Lord’s Hill was broken’ and
hentered tween 4.15 p.m, (on
/Wedaesday and 8.15 a.m, on
Thursday and ai quantity of
clothing and a sewing machine
stolen, The total value of stolen
articles is $89.38.

A quantity of jewellery valued
$75 was stolen from the home of
John Penny, Navy Gardens,
Christ Church on Thursday while
a pair of counter scales were re-
moved from a shop at School
Gap, Hindsbury Road, on the
same day.

Between 3.30 p.m. and 7.30
p.m. on Thursday a_ pocket
watch was stolen from the home
of Alphonso Hampden at Thomas
Gap, St. Michael.

Fourteen dollars in cash was
stolen from a room at Burton's
Funeral Parlour at Pinfold St.
between 6.50 am. and 6.30 p.m.
on, Thursday.

A smart thief removed $7.06
from, Seymour Arthur’s pocket
while he was asleep at his shoe#
maker’s shop at Tweedside Road
and 6,30 a.m.
on the same day.



North America
Lit Up By Meteor

OTTAWA, Nov. 3.
A brilliant light—apparently an

extraordinarily large meteor
streaked across the skies of a
wide area of Eastern

Quebec and a northeastern portion
of the U.S.A., on Thursday night




Ontario, South

Advocate

UN. Will Join
To Resist

| Aggression

FLUSHING MEADOWS,

The vote

two abstentions, The new



part of their
readiness for
national army.

The plan provides;

1. For calling the Assembly to-
gether at 24 hours notice
when the Security Council is
prevented by veto from
checking aggression, The
vote on this was 52 to 5 with
one abstention

2. The establishment of a Peace
Observation Commission of
fourteen which will keep an

forces
the

national
use in

eye on the world’s trouble
spots. The vote on this was
57 to nil with two absten-
tions.

3. To invite all members to
earmark part of their nation-
al forces for use to put into
effect recommendations of
the Assembly or Securi-

ty Council, The vote was
45 to 5 with 7 abstentions

4. To set up a Collective Meas-
ures Committee of fourteen
to study the whole problem
of collective security. The
vote was 49 to 5 with 3 ab-
stentions,

5. A declaration that effective
peace also depends upon the
observance by all nations of
the respect for human rights
and fundamental freedoms
and on the establishment of
economic and social well be-
ing in all countries. The vote
was 54 to nil with | absten-
tion,

Assembly President Nasrullah

Entzaam of Persia said, “It is not

only the most important resolution

before the Assembly but perhaps
the most important resolution
which different assemblies have
nassed since the setting up of the

United Nations,” “This resolu-

tion is known as ‘Uniting For

Peace’.” It is for us to justify that

fitle—to show the world that we

are united for peace.” —Reuter.

Red Threat
To Cut Off U.S. Lines

TOKYO, Nov. 3

U.N. troops shortened their
lines in north-west Korea today
as a fierce Communist counter-
attack threatened to cut off ad-
vanced American and South
Korean lines,

In the Unsan area, the hardest
hit target of the day, the Air
Force claimed 600 enemy troops
casualties and the destruction of
17 tanks,

Taking the North Korean front
as a whole, the United Nations
were still on the offensive, a
spokesman said.

He would not comment on re-
ports that Chinese Forces were in
action, though he said he hoped
to do so soon,

But he added that Northerners
were drawing reinforcements from
Koypean “and other sources.”

The Unsan-Taechon area where
Communists were counter-attack-
ing, lies about 49 miles from the
Manchurian border.

The thrust was reported to have
reached a point near Kunuri, the
Korean Military Head-
quarters, less than 49 miles from
the captured Northern capital

The occurrence gave rise to|p . . ;
, . 4 — yorgyang. Apparently attackers
wild reports of all description] pjanned to cut off United Nations

among thousands of residents who} Forces

saw it,

To-day astronomers
that it was a meteor, placidly set
about the business
reports
indicate just how large the meteor

of collecting jof
which eventually would |rescue

north of the Chingechon

River and some units were re-

confident | ported already outflanked,

Strong
Unsan
the

enemy resistance west
thwarted attempts to
trapped regiment of

the United States First Cavalry

unite in future to fight aggression.
was 52 to five with
plan
invites all member nations to hold
in
inter-

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| M.P’s Will Badger

Ministers

‘| TO GET MORE SUPPLIES

FROM WEST INDIES

(From Our Own Correspondent)

Novy. 3
United Nations Assembly in an
historic vote decided to-day. to

LONDON, Nov. 3

HE recent improvements in Britain’s over-

seas trading and financial position have led to
a growing demand for an increase in domestic

sugar allowances and the abolition of sweet ration-
ing. This theme will be pursued in Parliament

next week at question

time.

Three M.P.’s, representing both the Government and

the Opposition benches wi

ll raise questions with a view

to obtaining from Mr. Maurice Webb a statement on the

possibilities of obtaining i

nereased sugar supplies from

Colonial and Commonwealth territories, particularly the

West Indies.

Do you want a CLEANER
Bridgetown? Join the C.B.C.

and win $25.00. See Page 5.



Churchill’s Plan

For Discussion

ROME, Nov. 3.

At an unofficial meeting, mem-
bers of the Committee of Minis-
ters or the “upper house” of the
Council of Europe decided today
to discuss Winston Churchill's
proposal for creation of a
European army byt to take no
decision on it.

It was understood that Britain's
Ernest Davies representing For-
eign Minister Ernest Bevin, did
not press his original demand
that this subject be dropped from
the agenda of the Committee of
Ministers meeting here tonight in
a four days session.

But Robert Schuman and Count
Carlo Sforza of Italy agreed that
he Committee would take no
jecisions on the proposal sub-
nitted to it by the Consultative
Assembly of the Council of Europe
epresenting a cross section of the
"Parliaments of 15 Western Euro-
ean countries,--Reuter,

U.N. Troops Face TODAY’S TIPS

(By Bookie)

Li—FAIR SALLY
NAN TUDOK
HALOWEEN

1D UCHESS
WILMAR
BLUE GRASS

2.10—TANGO
COLLETON
APRIL FLOWERS

1 45—ELIZABETHAN
INFUSION
GUN SITE

$.20-—-FAIR CONTEST

FLIEUXCE
(OAT CAKE or WATERCRESS)
1.00—FLAME FLOWER
SOPRANO
USHER
1.40—DULCIBELLA
KENDAL FORT
FIRE MIST
515—LAND MARK
SUN QUEEN
ABILITY

“Britain is taking all the
sugar the colonies can produce
until the end of 1952,” said Mr

A. E. V. Barton, West India
Committee Secretary this after-
noon.

“Production in the West
Indies undoubtedly could be in-
creased to send more sugar to
Britain but what = producers
there have to bear in mind is
that the new quota system comes
into operation after 1952. ft
would be no use their planing
increased production with the
knowledge that in less than
three years there would not be
such a large market in this coun-
try.”

Parliamentary questions are
provisionally scheduled for Mon -
day and Thursday.

What Plans?

On Monday Mr. J, Harrison
(Labour) will ask what are the
Food Ministry’s plans for in-
creasing supplies of sugar to
make things easier for house-
wives and what ig the position
regarding increased supplies
from Colonial and Common-
wealth sources

Later during tre same after-
noon this question will be
echoed by Mr. G, Nabarro (Con-
servative) who wants to know
what arrangements are in haad
to obtain additional supplies from
Jamaica,

On Thursday Mr. Gaitskell, Sir
Stafford Cripps’ successor at the
Treasury, will be asked by Mr
C. Osborne (Conservative) to
clear up a third aspect of
Britain’s sugar supplies problem.
Mr. Osborne wants to know:
“What extra dollars would be
required to purehase the addi-
tional sugar necessary to end the
sweet and sugar rationing.”



meee cn
TELL THE ADVOCATE
THE NEWS
Ring 3113 Day or Night.

BS THE ADVOCATE
PAYS FOR NEWS.







Around The Corner
From Anywhere

\

was, what parts of the country it|Division, “put another Regiment |
affected, and how rare it might|was reported to have fought its
way hack to United Nations lines.

United Nations Forces, regroup-

The welter ot early reports in-jing after 48 hours concentrated



waterfront | dicated that thé phenomenon was}Communist attack, were prepar-

seen within a radius of at leastjing to defend the bridgehead
150 miles, and that it lit up thatjnear Anju just inland from Sin-
area like daylight. It was seenjanju on the west coast.

at Utica, New York and startled
a motorist at Quebec City so that
he stopped his car suddenly.

—~Reuter.

| op

Québec is nearly 300 miles from
Bulgaria’s National Assembly Utica. The brilliant light had its
has proclaimed pardon for anyone |!mmediate reaction in telephone
who fled abroad illegally and who| calls to newspaper offices, the
returns within One month from |police and anybody who cared tc
now, Sofia radio reported to-day, | listen, Radios blazed with fantas-
It does not apply*to men in the |tie reports.
armed forces, but it covers civil-
ians who helped them to leave.
(Bulgarian political refugees

LONDON, Nov. 3.

People thougm it was lightning,
a fiying saucer, an atomic bomb,
reported in Turkey,

Greece and|the most persistent rumour, a

Yugoslavia in the past few years), rocket flare set off by the Royal/ Soviet American husiness.

—Reuter, ‘Canadian Air Force.—Can, Press.

posed. to Communism have been jan exploding aeroplane, or as was | Gromyko

U.S. Ambassador In Moscow
Calls On Gromyko

: MOSCOW, Nov. 3.
Admiral Allan G. Kirk, United

States Ambassador in Moscow
today called on M. Andrei Gro-
myko, Soviet Deputy Foreign
Minister

An American Embassy spokes-
man said Admirai Kirk visited
by appointment to
discuss the routine of purely
—Reuter.

French Troops Fighting Back

SAIGON, Nov. 2.

French troops’ after abandon-
ing ‘their important fortress
Laokay on the border between
Indo-China and Cuina were to-
night fighting off rebel attacks
10 miles to its rear.

The Laokay garrison battalion
and half French, Algerian, and
Vietnamese troops began to

withdraw cn Wednesday. A_ tried by every means to destroy
French spokesman said that the French garrison including
evacuation ended “favourably” one of Chinese and Vietminh
yesterday with no casualties volunteers were trained in the
To-day Vietrninh insurrection- Chinese border state of Yunan,

aries attacked the French rear- a spokesman said,

guard at Cambuong—a small

village, about 8 miles to the They were regular battalions

southeast, strongly armed with automatic
Nine rebel battalions which weapons and mortars and sup-

ported by mountain artillery.
Three more were from the
Vietminr Peoples Army prob-
ably locally recruited from’ men
familiar with the rugged moun-
tains around Laokay, The Frenen

withdrew . after a counter at-
tack on Tuesday had lessened
Vietminh pressure.

-~Reuter



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PAGE TWO







IS EXCELLENCY the Gov
ernor and Mrs, Savage will
tour the offices, station id
housing scheme of
Wireless on Fri
10th.
The tour begins at 9
a Visit to the Company’: ising
scheme at Highgaie, They il
be met there by Mr. A. G. L
Dovgias, Divisional Manager of
Cable and Wireless who will
actompany them on the tour
They will afterwards visit the
Cable Stations, St. Lawrenc
Boarded Hall Transmitting

Station and Carrington Receiving
Station,

After the tour His Excellency





the Governor and Mr Savage
wil) be entertained to a luncheaot
party at Sam Lord's given by ths
Divisional Manager. Also present
will be Mrs. Douglas. Mr E. 3
Bennett, Manager Barbados, Mt
and Mrs. E. H C Robinson, Mt
and Mrs..C. * V. Lawson i
Mr. end Mrs March-Penny

Speaker Returns

r. K, N. R. HUSBANDS
Sneaker of the House of
Assembly returned from Englar
on Thursday = afternoor i
Trinidad by B.W.I.A., accom-
panied by his wife ,
Mr. Husbands was in Envla

e opening of the New House

Sommons
Leaves This Mornine
J BAVING this morning by the
B.W.I.A. Charter flight [~
Trinidad to connect with the
TC.A. weekly flight to Canada i
Mr. Norman Mitchell, Manage:
of the Oc@an View Hotel
Mr. Mitchell expects to be
away for one month. Besides
visiting Montreal and cther part
of Quebec he will also spend a
shert time T the US
For The Races
R. ALEC CHIN,, Trinidad
turfite, Mrs. Chin ane
arrived from Trinidad
by B.W.AA. on Thursday for the
races.

B.W.I. Delegation
@ IR GEORGE SEEL, K.C.M.G.,

Head of sa dere and
Welfare in the West Indies, Mr
F, L. Walcott, M.C.P., MM
E. S. S. Burrowes, Labour Com-
missioner and Mr. Roe are due
to leave here this afternoon by

for
of

B.W.I.A., for Trinidad en route
to the U.S.

form a delegation from
the B.W.I. to the U.S. with a
view to fostering the employment
of West Indians there.

George will head the dele-
gation, Mr. Walcott will represent
the’ other B.W.I. territories in
‘tthe Eastern Caribbean, Mr. Bur-
rowés will act as adviser to the
delegation and Mr. Roe will be
its Secretary.

Mre

.

FTRINIDAD-BORN Dr. Noble

Sarkar who returned to

Trinidad last week has been ap-

ig. to the San Fernando Hos-

*p Fernando. His wife Dr.

Sarkar, also a Trinidadian

en appointed as Radiograph-

7 atthe X-Ray department Colo-
nial Hospital Port-of-Spain.

BY THE WAY —— By Beachcomber a

HERE is to be a Landlords’
Who’s Who. Mr. Bertram

May, who is editing it, hopes to
get the full set of 76,000 publicans

(complete with photographs) col-

lected soon.

We are somewhat startled. atl
reading this, because for the last
20 years we have been working
om g Barmaids’ Who's Who and
we hope that Mr, May isn’t wasting
hip time,

To put him on the right iine
we print a few typical entries
Jones, Snowy (Miss); The Smakes

Pipe of Cheltenham. Birthplace,

Portsmouth. Answers to the

call of “Miss.” Blonde, 13 stone

4 lb, Bit shaky on the measure

but listens well to stories of

misunderstood husbands, Hobby;
judo,

Sparkray, Annie; Ginger Pig, Bury
St. Edmunds, Birthplace, Ports-
mouth. Blonde (up to last Sat-
urday), 14 stone 3 ozs, Generous
on measure but loves cats and
baby-talk. Avoid subject of

——



Rupert and the Castaway—39 | | ::



When all the wood has been
dragged up to the highest point of
the island the little people gather
round to see what happens next.

“Flow will you start the fire ?
Fiave you any matches? "’ asks
Rupert. ‘* No, indeed I haven’t,”’

9 We must do it

1ys the sailor.
Choosing

~» old fashioned way.’



Evans & Whitfields— Your Shoe Store

Carib Calling



TOYROOMS
OPENED !!

Ground Floor EVANS
Upstairs—WHITFIELDS

BARBADOS ADVOCATE

Noisy Prince Charlie

(By FRED DOERFLINGER)
LONDON,



unlike her
sleep

does not dfop off io
immediately. He has a





ROY AL FU N Noisy Prince Charlie of Edin- me with his teddy bear and the
burgh has been given a new| Play Is sometimes noisy, De
night nursery at Clarence House} the admonishment of
» that baby sister Princess Anne| Helen Lightbody
get her “beauty sleep.” | Royal Entertainment
Until Princess Elizabeth took} Again at 10 p.m. when Princess
her two children to Scotland fo | n has her last feed an¢
t vaation a few weeks ago} vies is “Lifted”. the futurc
Chares and Anne shared fhe! zg ¢f England on occasions
ani night nursery: at the! 'coipes a little royal entertain-
Edinburgh's London residence. ment and can be hedrd roaring
But Charles, who will be two} ommands at his toy soldiers on

Ga Novembey 14, is so “full cf
ginger’ and so inclined to gret
the dawn with all the exuberance
cf a rooster that he has often
»rcke@n* his baby sister’s rest,

| the shelf or bouncing about in
his cot

Charles 1s on the whole a welt-
behaved youngster and is kept
firmly in hand by Nanny Light-

Queen Elizabeth, visiting dis-|body. But he is, nevertheless,
ab’ed service men’s workshops vi | “all boy’ and Princess Elizabeth
Dundes, said: wants him to be natural

“We have been kept extreme:, She considers that continual

attempts to keep him completely
quiet because*of Anne would not
be particularly conducive to the
relation-

lively with Prince Charles duri.>
our holiday at Balmoral. He
ust into everything.”

He goes to bed at 6 p.m—th:|proper _ brother-sister
time as his. sister—but|ship. Charles might resent his

‘same : q
- a bit in time.
Bonnie Prince Charles has

ister
Accurate Story Sy

« os . erefore keen moved to a de-

¥ = doe tite ae ies’ shee | nee now room wit . view
A, of St. James Park where he can

to be shown at the Aquatic Club] j>¢ |; is his royal wish, “raise a

Cinema, would hardly give an:
me a clue that it is an accurate
story cf the lives of the famo
rente Sisters; Charlotte wh
wrote “Jane Eyre”, and Emi!
who wrote “Wuthering Heights.”
tis film would greatly inter
est school children who ear¢
doing or have done eithe® ©
hese two stories.
|

—

little cain” at night.

Princess Anne will be able to
sleep quetly and undisturbed in
his old night nursery, in his old
cet and with his gay animal pie-

tures on the wal
Both children continue to share
| ne day nursery. which is part
nursery suite on the secon
—iI.N.S.

the
joor

of Clarence House,





PLAZA Theatre—sriDGETOWN

There's Never Been Any. hing Like Tt in Barbados!
CECIL B. DeMILLE’S GREATEST MASTERPIECE

SAMSON AND DELILAN”



j
1

renenteninaaien,

Color By Technicetor



wo year o}
Elizabeth in

ritice
the

4 BIG SHOWS TODAY: 9.30 A.M, & 1.30 — 4.45 and 8 30 P M

has a

Charies¢ spot of fua with his mother Princess

grounds of Clarence House, their London home,

Highest Since 1864






















About the Annual Bazaar

PLAZA Theatre m= OISTIN

i of “7ESTERDAY Bridgetown w
‘WENTY-SIX posters have exceptionally t : It ra
Hah anit La tate enate } . suey. was TODAY 5 and 8.30 P.M. AND CONTINUING
een Submitted for the poster “Planters Day in town.” One of ‘a N te 4}
competition advertising the An- these gentlemen talking over Oc- , bs i a al Ag

nual Bazaar. Most of them were tober’s rainfall with me, said that | “HOMICIDE”

old







cone by the girls of Queen's record books on his estate With ROBERT DOUGLAS ~—:— HELEN WESTCOTT

College, St Winifred’ and showed that last month's rainfall . *

Codrington High School They Was the highest for the month of } MIDNITE MATINEE TONITE (Sat, 4) — THE BIGGEST YET
are to be displayed shortly in October since 1864, | Johnny Weissmuller in “TARZAN AND THE MERMAIDS"
the leading stores, hotels st “ 9

clubs. First prize went to What They Say About Us! and Tin Hat in “MESTERIOUS DESPERADO




PON being divorced, native
Negro couples on the West

King of Queen's College; gona
Prize went to the poster done }»y





four girls in the fourth form a. Indian island of Barbados divide TT ‘
xt -Winitred’s School and Third their possessions and property | GAIE Y (The Garden) ST. JAMES
prize was won by B. Cole of so equally that sometimes the SATURDAY — SUNDAY — 8.30 P.M, : MAT. — SUN. 5 P.M.
Queen's College, usband even saws the family —Warner’s Exciting Thriller |!!!
>» in two ¢ akes hi a JOEL McCREA VIRGINIA MAYO i
The first Annual Bazaar was ae ee ht eRe ee 8 A



“COLORADO TERRITORY”

PLASH | MIDNITE MATINEE (WED, 8TH)
LWO BIG WESTERNS !_! (Monogram Thrillers!)

Gilbert ROLAND as Cisco Kid in “GAY CAVALIER”
an arti¢le, “Keeping up with the j ss
World,” by Freling Foster, which ee eee OF TRY ae

this bazaar 2Ppeated in Colliers Magazine
Sept. 30th, 1950), SS === ————E— =
AQUATIC CLUB CINEMA (Members Only)

Sept.
All a Flutter
TW HE latest Zodiae (Cable and
MATINEE: TODAY AT 5 P.M.
TONIGHT TO MONDAY NIGHT AT 8.30

Wireless) staff magazine to
reach Barbados shows that their

PAUL LUKAS :o: BETTE DAYIS) :o: GERALDINE FITZGERALD

in “WATCH ON THE RHINE”

in 1835. They were mainly heli then boar :

in Queen's Park, but for the past ants ded Up BY Me Opel.
two years they have been held at oppo
the Drill Hall. This year the
Bazaar takes place on Decembei
2 at the Drill Hall.

The funds from
go to help the occupants of an
old ladies home which has been
in operation since 1825.



vay with him, These open seu |
and the structures are re-| it

to as divorce houses.’

paragraph is included in

NS





Company has made one and three
quarter million pounds from Janu-
1949 to March 1950,

The large number of Bajan me
local greengrocer, Answers to boys who work for C. & W. are With Lucille WATUOR ce, Beulah PPNPE — George COULOURIS
“Toots,” “My fair neat-fingered gaid to be all a flutter! Can it be Dee ee scene







” or “Sparkie.” Hobbies;| at long last that there is some The only word is INCOMPARABLE for acting so inspired .
about local greengrocer.| hope of more profit for them? for a Story that fills so completely the human heart !
Spragg, Aggie; The Stoat and}
Sewer, Walthamstow Birth- ® 5 § Ww ORD
place, Portsmouth Blonde (at
roots), 8 stone flat (very). Bad
on measure, knits, disappears,



clock watcher, can’t hear, hates
people, has her own trouble
Hobbies: her own troubles TW si 2 h
=
fashion Cabble oO nig t
“Fo alter-dark . glamour. the
newest dress are to be
the most exciting yet!” writes atter the
Pinkie. ‘We shall hfve the choice

of the mermaid line, the lampshade |
line, and flying panels with bustle |
backs offer endless possibilities.”

A devotee of the mermaid line

RACES



we recently met: always brings su -® way iE hone be gain to oe
her own papier mache rock to} usea 1p) nae thin” (2
; seins g 4 You Heed water to go this, (7)
sit out on at coming-out balls.) | )."Suhisument any sweeter when oa pee 2
And as the unfortunate gir! | ctininistered with this? (5, 4) ypecia “wnner ce
cannot sing well she carries a| Get on this for the mark, (8) .

m i ei » @ihall Kina of deer. (3)
in her bustle » Bret reference to wet weather ?
- (1)
‘ aba neds of running water
(8)

built-in gramophone

at

CLUB MORGAN

is city oes exceptional inte:
(4)
between 4 and 6 p.m. (3)

lig once
ueliy
tf t ‘8 there ts little room left

i ney nave different meant to
sourmands and soldiers, (9
Vown
1Sit'Upset Ie oan ees Pee RG
he outer way, (5) Listen to The CLUB MORGAN HIT PARADERS
hort : . .

sense. (4) ree On Radio Distribution

+ \ain ron Vhis Buddhist beatitude, at 8.15

Ship with a ist is, (8)

© Instead of money tend bone for
a change, (8)

‘ Over this is behind time, (3)

? A jetter trom the port leaves you
with @ salad plant, (B)

0 yesreoue mineral used as a gem,
(6)

t Attempts (6)
Hear you have a rodent. (4)

and hear a sample of the Peppiest Swing Music
in the Caribbean

with
ARMSTRONG

a log of soft wood he scoops a he
in it With his ¢lasp knife. ‘Th
he finds and cuts a peg of

ALICE



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wood and, fitting it the h solUtION Of vesterday's uuszie, — Across; : :
begins to spin it | re soture: 10. Hiptus: YS; Manta: wae at the piano for continuous entertainment
forwards with his hand ora f | Out, 17. Load: 19 Dram; 22, Bean

Ham; 24, Sash Down: 1. Fashion

DIAL 4000



time he works, getting very hort and Latitudg: ‘. Erranti te Ante: z 3
tired, and at last a thin wisp of | Ferreces utilant; 8, E
i olish: li. ¢ $
sinoke curls upwards. | smells Ci TS” one Smut For Steak or Chicken Dinners



New

TOYS
will be added

Regularly

N YLON S

in all choice shades

GIFT HANKIES
Boxed and loose

KARLIT INSULATING WALL BOARD

Termite Proof
1a" K 4 & 6, 7, 8, 9 and 10°

HARD BOARD

Termite Proof
Sheets : 4%" XK 4 X 6,7 and 8’

ASBESTOS WOOD
Sheets: 4’ x 44,4 x 8’
HAND SAWS 24”




Sheets :











to 36” in length

THE BARBADOS CO-OPERATIVE
COTTON FACTORY LTD







B.B.C. RADIO |
PROGRAMME —

SATURDAY NOVEMBER 4, 1950

1.15 p.m. Radio Newsreeel, 1.30 p.m. |
Anything to Declare, 2.00 p.m. The}
News, 2.16 p.m Home News Prom (
Britain, 2.15 p.m. What The Londoner’
Doesn't Know, 2.0 p.m. Music Parade |

2 p.m. Sports Review, 400 m. |

News, 4.10 p.m, The Daily Servic, |

415 p.m. Strike Up The Music, Bo
rey m. mers Choiee, 5.°5 awe
rade, 5.30 p.m. us

Bageing, 6.15 =. Rendezvous ast

of 7.00

p.m. "me News, 7.10 p.m. News Analy-
na, 7.15 p.m. Behind The News, 7,45

p.m. Weekly Sports Summar7, 8,90
p.m. Radio Newsreel, 8.15 p.m. Jo
re, §50 p.m. Interlude, 10.00
From The

Bait The News, 10.10 p.m.
itor:

ane. ae 15 p.m..Te unced,
Haymak Aas onary
4 a Close’ Dow



MEMORIAL SERVICE

(From Our Own Correspondent)
LONDON.
A Memorial Service for Lord
Hailsham, Président-of the West
India Committes, was held in

London last week. Mr. James Du)
Buisson, Chairman of the West
India Committee, Mr. A. E. VY.
Barton (Secretary) and Lieut.-
H. M. Daysen attended. |



Colonel



ervousness, headaches at
top back of head and a a:
pracesre in head, dizzi

breath, pains im heart, ‘pap tation,
poor p. loans of memory and energy,
easily excited, fear and worry. If you
suffer any of these SamESeIe don't
delay treatment < single da: use
your life may tn danger. Noxco



(former! iindwn * Hy a new
medical discover uces High Blood
Pressure with t dose, takes a

heavy load off the heart, and makes
es feel years younger in a few daya.

et Noxco from your chemist today.
It is guaranteed to maka you feel
and strong or money >






AFTER THE RACES
Enjoy. .

DANCING

CASUARINA CLUB

Bertie Hayward’s Orchestra, §
STEAKS & SNACKS
Throughout the Night

ADMISSION it 60e. |

TRINIDADIAN TURFITES ¥

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To-day’s Tip

i

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

YOU'D be surprised at the
PHLEGM it brings from your
throat

LIMOLENE 18 to 6%c. a Bottle





JUST RECEIVED

Seen

THERMOS VACUUM
JARS

Wide Mouth
8 Pint & 2 Pint

Also
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for 8 Pint & 4 Pint







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1950

SATURDAY, NOVEMBER, 4,

Cie
i



You will either Win or
Lose at Races T0-DAY
Your next best Bet would
be a Visit after a most
exciting DAY to the..

CHINA DOLL RESTAURANT

(No. 6, MARHILL STREET)

SOCIETYS RENDEZVOUS

where our Saree Oriental Receptionist and three high!
trained authentic Chinese Chefs just wait to serve you. o

OPEN TO MID-NITE

SHRIMPS and OYSTERS ON MENU!

Dine at the “DOLL” for the best Chinese Foods.
And It’s Fashionable

<<

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}

To-day 5.00 & 8.30 p.m, to Tuesday

} Dana Marta ns Stephen
ANDREWS — McNALLY

| | “SwoRD IN THE DESERT”

The “New-High” in Adventure Films

There were five who came from the four
corners of the earth... . to keep a violent
date with destiny. Bullets screamed their

fame and burning sands record their deeds.



LOCAL TALENT AUDITION To-morrow
Morning at 9.30 O’Clock



EMPIRE
Today 4.45

ca. cS,

san REP

AND
“HOLY YEAR 1950”

A Feature Motion Picture
that wilt take you on the

ROYAL

Today & T
4,30 & 8.30

United Artists Big Double

Dennis O’KEEFE—
Gail RUSSELL in

“THE GREAT DAN
PATCH”

AND

Pilgrimage
The toatest Briteh Movie || /HE ADVENTURES OF
tone News DON COYOTE *
RBOxyY with
Today | lay if.30 & 6.15 Eiepole, ROFFER1 RTY—



Johnny WEISSMULLER,
Maureen O’SULLIVAN,
John SHEFFIELD in

“TARZAN'S NEW YORK
ADVENTURE”

“BLACK HAND”

with Gene KELLY, J. Car-
rol NAISH, T. CELLI

OLYMPIC

Today & Tomorrow
445 & 8.15

M-G-M Presents
“ BATAAN ”
Starring Robert

AYLOR
Thomas MITCHELE
Robert WALKER
Lloyd NOLAN



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it ensures that at any time of the month the
well-dressed woman may feel comfortable in
mind and body. She knows that she ean trust
to SILKESEPT’S super-absorbent softness to take
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SATURDAY,

CARIBBEAN

THE

Rida

OF ALL

Moy erei 8)



SEE Delilah learn the se-
cret of Samson's strength
...and betray him!

|
SEE Samson fight a lion

bare-handed, crushing
the beast to death!






Color by

OUT LS) Aal

SEE

Samson, chal- (yew
lenged, hurlto = 7c
the earth the
giant of all the
ilistines

4

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SEE Samson, armed with
the jawbone of an

g6>. ass, defeat a host
of Philistine
soldiers!

yee Ve
OTe peel) Witte)
SAMSON AND
pA

starring
Hedy Lamarr
Victor Mature
Metamora)
Mew acti
4} Henry Wilcoxon
Produced and Directed by

Cecil B. DeMille
Color b
wb mene
i ht. Fredee M. Frank
eu

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ea tet neta:

NOVEMBER, “4,



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oe ° ARRIVALS — BY BWIAS
Decision In Carlisle Bay FROM TRINIDAD *
* j | Helen King, Barbara King, Gerald ’
apital Sch. Harriet Whittaker, M.V. Arawal,| King, Terence King, Oliver Bennett
. 6 eae } Soh DOrtac, M.V. C.L.M. Tannis,| Winston Abraham, Anthony Abrahan i
Judge G L. Taylor and Judge Sch. Enterprise S., Sch, Laudalphia,| Phyllis Abraham, Brian Abrahsan, Inhal
J. W. B. Chenery of the Assistant @ from page 1 Sch. Lochinvar § ae ahaa an: Michael Abraham Emily Simpson. Aa oe
~~ A, resterday av Sch. Phyllis Mark, Sch werdene, Sch. | Licharam Gidwani, Derothy Wheweil aR.
Court of Appeal yesterday gave routes in mountain ranges thouS-| Marea Henrietta, Seh. Cyril E. Smith, Olga Hereira, Norman Abdi, “Etsie -
ent to Orlando Gonsalves ands of feet high Sch Mary M. Lewis, Sch. Molly N.| Worrell, Carl Worrell, Alexander Chin -
nk Hall against whom Bel- sta ee rs ones ee May Chin, Angela Chin, Herbert Skeene
1d Jaa ae fe Green. Hill had The Soviet News Agency Tass : ARRIVALS at Nesta Heimpel, Earle Heimpe!, Kather- -
ued viet id. J reported in a message received in neice Caer as “ ton: net, Capt. liene Hallock Kenmore Husbands
chaliged o mi 7 S. f yas f . . r teau, from & sucila d - aba s a ~ Mslver
aimed £9. lig. 7d. Jessamy was London that the Ninth Tibetan] "SS" G.egon” Siar, 4496 tons net Marites usbands, | Louise Fist
i claim of Pievgrounds | Regiment revolted and went over] Cops Dickens. from Liverpool RET ee BRITISH GUIANA
i ad rented Gonsalves’! to the Chinese Army entering] 5,8, Canadian Challer ed tons} agr, A. Gill, Mrs. Y¥. Gill, Miss F
. a - “ : . a : re ” julia e - . ' : e
| scales and a.show case. | Tibet when it reached a town] “5 s Tieetieteet: rest fons met ‘Capt Tee .. ~— Miss ¢ sos a
: meta oe north-east of the approaches of] Barwell, from Londo Se ae oe : eee
In making their decision, Their, the M iy: ‘tober 11 Ee ances W, Smith, 74 tons| Walton, Mr. C. Gilkes, Mr. S. Hunie
| Monours confirmed the decision of! 'S ekong Riv er on Octo N ret, Capt. Hassell, from British Guiana Mr. J. De Freitas, Mrs, B. De Freitas, as @ Breaths
Mr. A. J H. Hanschen. Judge jot! Pass which quoted a ew) “Schooner Mandalay 11.30 tons net, Mr. S. Wizraht ; rs
deli ge » duage China News Agency correspon-/ Capt. DeRoche, from St. Lucia FROM ANTIGUA oy ar
the Petty Debt, Court. Gent in the 4eld said that two| Cableship Electra, 863 tons net, Capi evils Penn. Vernon Bynoe, Rosemary BARE coset r
Â¥ ona i igien
Britons and two Indians were| ™°%* %™ (ae TURES FROM ST. LUC
Mr. Ward represented Jessamy. | = . DEPARTUR 7 aa HOW ABOUT enjoying life even if you h stuffy head-cold?
: = wed capture the battle < hs Set Rainbow MN net Florence Walrond enjoying life even Mf you fat ay DRO
Gonsalves nad rented a shop! ron miptbenetions sare \enaeamiis Capt Marks. a a Vincen PROM MARTINIQUE | For instant breat! cornfort, wherever you go, just reach into
from Jcssamy and he-.sai hat’ Pe : 7 ~ . . Schooner Belqueen, 44 tons net, Capt Charles Ray ' t handbag for your little Vicks Imhaler
} samy and he-.said tha to find out what these foreigners | tee st vincent ae cones er ie your et or g for your e Vic er.
Jéssamy lent him ‘the scales and were doing in the Tibetan Army.” S8. Brush, 715 tons net; Capt ; FOR TRINIDAD ; ‘1's TINY —but loaded full of volatile, nose-clear
the show ease. Jessamy gsubse- Describing this battle in Sin-| Jacovsen, for Trinidad o45 tons nets | Guistons Malay, Bile Ole: ee ‘Now, unscrew the cap, and put the tip t Vicks |
c y ¢ = Gonsa S$ r 5 nieniiheus asi + hate $8.8. Aicoa Polaris, 3.9%) ‘tom Morris, Marjorie Dick, William Crag- ’ . » oer ne oare
ve eee ot n ave for goods kiang Province near the Tibetan! capt. Jump, for Port Alfrec ah. lowe -Cremual:. Pears vox each stuffy nostril in turn. Inhale deeply. Right away— :
while Gonsalves owed him for border, the Soviet News Agency William Ryan, fan Rumsey Jean breath! — your nose and head feel clear again! Use as often as needed.
rent, Gonsalves sued Jessafhy for said defenders of the town had) In Touch With Barbados peer Be :
joney afler he had got af- fled before advancing Chinese | * POR BRIN GUIANA A ‘ .
ac x advancin se Ena Ogle, Florence Year ‘ = i
pther shop to rent and ih fhe pay- troops and had been surrounded{ Coastel Station cna | Youmans stn’ Waneeeh, wee fay 0! VICKS INHALER
ing of the money, the rent he and wiped out north and west of TBceragyt rs fhe less (West Inginunicate | Zwbott, Eileen Leila, Matilda Chin,
owed was deducted. THIS the town.—Reuter. with the following ships through their ee Weisselberg, Renata Weissel- ore
EGG weighs three ounces and ee Burbados Coast Station:— a Se = :
P F pat = " s. Arabian FOR GRENADA
| Befere giving their decision,|™easures nearly twice the length of ‘ co Sen oes ae Regent Lion, | Lilith Preudhomme, Roger McIntyre
| Their Honours asked why when | 22 ordinary hen's egg. Its owner is Bel lan s.s. Maria De Lerringa, 5.8, Alexandros Rey, Bernard Crosby, Eileen Smith
| Jessamy was deducting the shop = Jee Sameer of Dalkeith £ Ss Corizis, ¢.8, Elenid, s.s Argentina se Grok CA CUAERA i
|r i : 3{ ot 1 A ~br. 'e.s. Amakura, #5, Nueva Andalucia aura Gi ante prutia
rent he did not deduct the scales : chael, cross-breed } A : >
; Leghorn—Bhode Island 1 s..« N. ©. Rogenas, 6.5. Geiruty, 5.5 ~ - ‘
and show rent at the same time. aid it. t jragus s, Rufing, 6.8, Mount Davis. °
| elebrate bsi.. RES Joost | UNIVERSITY STUDENTS You'll enjoy the
Jessamy claimed that it was ar- Y la ° e Crowborough Hill, 8.8, Canadian Chal- G :
os is fe sielan- a — e ~ erger. nad Cruiser, s.s. Gas- . =
| ranged that the scales were to ugos: via Chile BRUSSELS, Nov. 3. j sons, 4 ae jor ae Alcoa BRUSSELS, Nov. 3 ay @ ry
be rented at 10 cents a day and x s For the first time since the} Polaris, s.s. Alcoa Cavalier, #5. Texas More than 2,000 students at “i L ss ‘O »
the show case at a penny. Resume Diplomatic war flags were hoisted through- oe? s nanbebs, 8.5 Eepaseno Brussels University staged a 90 os " 7
out Belgium today to celebrate} Moros’. at Reece “Esso | minutes strike today Ps ,
I sS r “oo . s.s. Colombie, 5.6. Gascogne, 5.5 Esso |] minutes strike today. a rae a
In addressing the judges, Mr. Relations tne birthday of King Leopold Avil, 8.€. Alcoa Pointer, §.s. Schie, The students walked out in BisCUITS
Ward, said that it was improbable Third. s.s. Alcoa Patriot, 5.5 sag 8.5.1 sympathy with 709 students at ~~ F
jthat Jessamy would allow a man BELGRADE, Nov. 3. On August 11 without abdica- es geod oa ue agar Gembloux University who have
whom he had never known before] A protocol re-establishing dip- | U8 King Leopold delegated his] Dei Mar, s.s. Guifvird, s.s. Nidardal,| been on strike since October 26 ast 8 > : st]

? : g@ dip eae 3 baked in Bonnie Scotland
to use his scales and show case|lomatic relations between Yugo- {ull constitutional powers to his] s.s. Rio De Ls Fay as. Mommanngrs. in protest against an order sup- a nai
free of cost. slavia and Chile was signed yes- | 20 -year-old son Prince Bau 2 RES ya eget Senate, henes. SS] pressing certain ‘traditional cus- at the Sunshine Biscuit

terday in New York accoraing to}douin who was head of the Bel-| 5's" Cavina, s.s. Stugard toms. —Reuter. Bakery Glasgow where
the Yugoslav Tanjug News| gian state now bears the title gs
$s s ’ ars itle | ——— ————_—_—— eats weceaennnmenenom na
Agency. P Prince Royal good biscuits have come
) Letters Of Booed oa Yugoslavia broke —Reuter. from for over 90 years.
iplomatic relatiqns in October

1947 after two Yugoslav Legation
officials had been expelled from
Santiago on the grounds that they

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His Honour the Chief Judge, ente
Sir Allan Collymore, in the PF SECRETS, 8.0 ee
Court of Ordinary yesterday * |FLUSHING MEADOWS, Nov. 3.

The United Nations General As-
sembly to-day condemned the
“wilful refusal” of Bulgaria, Hun-
gary and Rumania to fulfil their
obligations under the peace trea-
ties.

granted one petition for Letters
of Administration and admitted
to Probate the wills of seven

people.

14 Days For
Begging

A decision of ‘Acting Police
Magistrate, Mr. G. B. Griffith,
was varied yesterday by Their
Honours of the Assistant Court
of Appeal Mr. G. L. Taylor and
Mr, J. W. B. Chenery.

The application. granted was
that of Margaret Alice Tudor of
Hastings, Christ Church for
Letters of Administration to the
estate of her husband, Kenneth
Hamilton Tudor, deceased.

Set

By a vote of 40 to 5 with 12 ab-

stentions the Assembly endorsed
recommendations by its special
Political Committee on the obser-

vance of humans rights and fun-

Mr. C. H. Clarke, KC. instruct- Mr. Griffith had sentenced|damental freedom in the three
ed by Messrs, Carrington & Sealy} Arthur Jones of Dayrelis Road | countries.
represented the petitioner. to six months’ imprisonment In the debate before the vote,

with hard labour when he found
Jones guilty of having begged
alms while he was on Broad
Street on November 1. Mr.
Griffith also deemed Jones an
incorrigible rogue, but Their
Honours sentenced him to only
14 days.

Jones had 11 previous convic-
tions for vagrancy.

The names of those whose
wills were admitted follow:
Margaret Cummins (St. Peter);
Mary Amelia Gibbons (St.
James); Malvina Hinkson (St.
Andrew); Alice Maude Reid
(Christ Church); Samuel L,
Johnson and Elvira Johnson (St.
Lucy); Mary Elizabeth Jones
(St, Joseph).

Mr. Benjamin Cohen, United
States delegate, said the trials of
Cardinal Mindszenty in Hungary
and of protestant churehmen in
Bulgaria had only highlighted the
persistent conduct of the Govern-
ments of these countries and _ of
Rumania, to stifle all expression
of independent thought or opin-
ion.—Reuter,



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BARBADOS ADVOCATE SATURDAY, NOVEMBER, 4, 1950
eee mena neem cna LATS TS” — ates, SSS SER essen nnrcencnennencnre re nT

; AND AGAIN | The Art Of
Caro Gill

THE Memorial Exhibition at the Museum
of paintings and drawings by Caro Gill was
long overdue. This Barbadian artist died in

943, as the result of privations endured

luring the German occupation at Marseilles
| Where she was living. Miss Gill has studied
| art in Montreal, New York, Italy and Paris.
| Her work clearly shows her cosmopolitan

raining in a variety of styles and treatments.

“he exhibition is hung in chronological order,
| so far as this has been ascertained, and it is
| interesting to trace the development of her
| art.





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THE function of a secund chamber in
constitutions which have a_ bicameral
legislature is to act as a brake on hurried
and ill-considered legislation. In recent
years there has been widespread criticism
of the Legislative Council and the fact that
it has co-equal powers with the House of
Assembly, but on Tuesday last the Coun-
cil confounded its critics and upheld all
that its exponents have claimed for it.

In a manner that sensed of panic, the
Government introduced into the House of
Assembly the Natural Gas Corporation
Bill. The pleas of the Opposition for time
to consider the implications of the Bill
were overridden and the Bill was rushed
through the House of Assembly before
members were able to study its provisions
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The artist’s early work—mostly _port-
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payers money is Spent without adequate
consideration and sufficient guarantee that
it will be spent wisely and well. The
General Assembly is traditionally the place
where the interests of the tax-payers are
safeguarded, but by the manner in which
the Natural Gas Corporation Bill was rush-
ed through the House of Assembly, it may
well be felt that that body has abdicated
its right to be regarded as the guardians of
the island’s purse strings.

The Natural Gas Corporation Bill became
necessary as the result of the refusal by the
British Union Oil Co. to accept a lease of
the gas wells in lieu of cash compensation.

am ings and three drawings of this period of her
> work of lively interest. Although attracted
by this “Movement” she did not abandon!
composition or perspective, nor did she use
crude celour, Her use of colour is always
| restrained and in her paintings she achieves
jovely colour harmonies. After a while the

2 ~
y, ‘| / ji" \) \\*
} '“Cubiste Movement” fails in its appeal, for
| Caro Gill never pursued it to its ultimate end

\ | by painting flat patterned pictures.
4 The grouping and treatment of the three

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|

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The Government spokesmen in the House
of Assembly and the Legislative Council
do not agree as to the reasons for that re-
fusal. The Leader of the House ascribed
the reason to the Company’s ciaim to have
protection accorded to them in an area ad-
joining their pipeline for the marketing of











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| another woman painter in Paris—the Ameri-
How much Caro Gill was

influenced by the work of Cezanne it is diffi-
| cult to judge, in “Cypress”, a small painting,

can Mary Cassatt.

the influence is obvious. This picture, how-
ever, is not a pastiche of Cezanne, for Miss



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= The exception ees to — ae come tax” millionaires—an in ‘nea of State steel on January 1, twin millionaires, _| and Dufy, scarcely a surprising event for an
e area of land which was expected from | crease in the breed of 16. AVIATION has made yachts It is chocolate and newspapers) artist living in Marseilles. “French Sailors
the Licence given to the Gulf Corporation. But back in 1939 there were | AVUS iO OS of T. ©. M. that give Laurence Cadbury his| s ]
The Acting Colonial Secretary went on 6,560 “income tax” men of a with and his rival, Sir Richard Money. Another millionaire by| and Senegalese” glows with the colours of
8 va millions, Then surtax and income Sopwith ana his Tat birthright is young Lord Lever-| the Sout} ‘ath h f thi eof IN SPITE OF THE RISE IN PRICE OF--~
“The Government was unable to provide tax stopped at 188. in the £, Tos Fairey. oe hulme, third of the SOAP. mil-| the South an e rythm o: is wor aione
the safeguards required by the Company |qay the millionaires are left : cance chare deat lonaires, _ | would single her out as an artist of talent and
marines a oe oe ee Pa, pee evel ree me Ne re Nhe arena one millionaire last year ae of £100 O00 a yours | refinement. Her drawings —chiefly portraits, 7 7
without breaking me. oe . ag ae "Mare is the Ellis Who's Who ~—Yorkshireman Arthur soebeci sian-born Vera Lilley, whose) Show a sure, firm hand and adiseerning eye w @O @O E
it had issued to the Gulf Oil Co. Finally of the millionaires, men with whose works are top in PpoWer money is from paint and shoes. |

Mr. Petrie said that in informing the Gov-
ernment that as the negotiations were fruit-
less, the Company intended to cease opera-
tions. The Company’s Solicitors gave as
the sole reason the fact that the Govern-
ment failed to provide adequate protection
of the reservoir.

The facts given by Mr. Petrie were not
available to members of the House of
Assembly and by appealing to the Barba-
dians’ dislike of monopolies the Bill was
rushed through the House without ade-
quate consideration or investigation.

The Government of Barbados now are
in the position of being willing to accept a









assets worth more than £1,000,000
—the real yardstick.

SHIPPING gives Britain her
richest man and youngest known
millionaire—40-year-old Sir Joha
Reeves Ellerman, whose fortune
has been estimated at £48,000,000,

Shipping also gives dark and
handsome Jack Billmeir, who
bosses the 181,000 tons of ships
in the Stanhope Steamship Com-
pany. Up the hard way, with an
8s.-a-week start as office boy.

CARS make millionaires fast.
Top money man is Lord Nuffield,
the William Morris of the “bike”
shop. He has given away
£27,000,000 to charity. Next
Rootes Brothers, Sir William and

the 4

transmissions.

WHO'S WHO
Edited by
FREDERICK ELLIS

eS

The Midlands engineering belt
is studded with men of millions.
The Rubery Owens of Wolver-
hampton and the Dockers — Sir
Bernard Dudley, who makes
everything from sporting guns to
royal cars. Wife is a n@llionaire,

00. :
BICYCLES brought Sir Harold



Newest millionaires are POOL |
PROMOTERS John and Cecil}
Moores, the Littlewood brothers. |
And Billy Butlin, the HOLIDAY}
CAMP kind, They were printers, |
he a hoop-la stall keeper. |

And there must be a million- |
aire Wills, the TOBACCO family. |
To-day’s Wills--Lord Dulverton.

HORSE RACING is still a clue
to millions—Lord Derby, the
Duke of Norfolk, and Dorothy
Paget, whose millions come from
the Whitneys of Wall-street.

Family businesses are fast being |
exterminated by taxation. But!
two hold out—the GLASS MAK-)}
ING Pilkingtons, of Lancashire, |
and the Bristol family Robinson,

}at work. Her two lithographs have distinc-

tion and a sure knowledge of this technique.

It is to be regretted that there are not more

of her watercolours so as to trace her deveiop-
ment in this technique. The style of “Flam-

boyants” differs vastly from that of her
Riviera pictures. The latter come as a shock

to the spectator. These are almost 18th
century in their treatment. The warmth and
colour of Menton and Cap Martin are ad-
mirably achieved by precise drawing and
carefully arranged colour,





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sion created that the Government acted in
a hasty manner, without taking into con-

and Spencer, Isaac Wolfson, who
than

sells more

£1,000,000 of
goods a day, mainly furniture, and

brook is among the 86, along with
brother Lords Kemsley and Cam-

Clore, and the biggest PROPER-
TY OWNER in London, the Duke
of Westminster. The American

will soon have to ask a machine instead of the
boss for a rise.

¢

Harry Houston, in charge
y . ba ad ‘ : Raa yn yose. All began the hard way. who became British — Alfred| , as. .
sideration the vast implications of the deal the Gobana eee ea: oon, “Sons of rich men are howd Chester Beatty, who opened up|! the staff at Dumont Laboratories in New DA Cost A & co LTD
they were so blithely entering into. The | own the Lewis's Stores, with Lord pothermere and Edward Hulton. ¢),6 Rhodesian COPPER belt, And «s .

Woolton at top.



Both are adding to the family

Jersey, announced that he will start using

i i e to be paid in compen- = , a Joel—Harry, a king of the!

Sen rigs ng and sitisnate bas Bice eee ee cate ee Teaweiapet fortunes. apers, Rand. what he calls a statukl analyser. Cards fed DRY GOODS DEPT.
¢ rton, ailor o aste”, eir newsp: Sy astly , : Z ; $ : :

been given by either Government spokes- | chemists Lord Trent, family ne ee ananek. the Smith ae or gine Erna. ee into the machine list each man’s special quali-

man but it is certain that the sum mn te name Boot. Ad the grocers’ ShOPS family, with 1,239 news-stands. special Act—Lady Mountbatten,| fications, his scores in various intelligence

: E ave Rober ains ’ . A. y 4 has : 4
wee eae ener < seh dete “THE STEELMASTERS used to TO-day’s ae eh es eder whose grandfather left her! tests, and even his hobbies. When a Better
run the risk of s are 400, st.

have paid dissipated in this unseemly
manner. :
It may not be possible to escape at this
stage the payment of compensation but
steps must be taken to ensure that the
reservoir of the gas wells thus bought shall
be adequately protected. Towards this end



be among the very rich, but steel
millionaires are among the dying.
There is still Sir James Lithgow,
Prince of the Clyde, both in ships
and steel,

St. John Eye Fund

OUR READERS SAY:

Bankers arediscreet about
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T would put Lord Cowdray, of the
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Raeial Segregation
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tate but certainly cannot intimi-

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about his business and always tries
to do some good for the people.
His latest effort and achievement

African

. ; : | : antities Lime or ots i i 2 i

s, the Legislative Council should amend the To The Editor, The Advocate, SIR,—The Notice of Motion Sercwncel Spic 4s ans S ee ee, Oe Seon te

i C6) a ae . "Ae, saat 4 le pene ‘Assembly and a » Spices fror ominica, taxation of houses of a rental
Bill giving to the Natural Gas Corporation SIR,—The Order of St, John before the House of Assembl) Trinidad, ‘St-Vincent.and Gren- ati Tires doliet 1
the power to call upon any Licensee to Eye Fund has been working in your editorial on ‘the subject of ada. value &. three dollazs per month

cease operations if it be shown to the satis-

Rarbados since 1944 when it was

the policy of the prosent

t
South Inconsequential as ar

which under the law could be

e South

shea 7 ‘ Afric: rernm<( rt jeal ¢ so : 7 rated by the Vestries of the island,

’ . ; started by Lady Bushe who was African Governm rt jeal compre Atrican ¢ Reha ve Sees rated by V

faction of the Corporation that the gas then President. of the St . van hensively with many 91 tbe factors es . ria eee that eee, inaeaved to eight dollars and over,
ir i i ° ¢ * bet involve: as ¢ individuz we € . s ring -

reservoir is being adversely affected. Ambulance Brigade Barbados Dis- involved but as an_ individual, reason why we buy any South must bring joy and rele to, hun

The Licence given to the Gulf Oil Com-
pany was given subject to any regulations

who, admittedly, would be seri-

dreds of poor people all over the

trict. The first public appeal was
made in the “Advocate” news-

ously affected were South African

African product is that, all factors
considered, it is best suited to our





island. As a matter of fact many







Db oc oo Sa products to be banned from Bar- aad oe ma es Cee aet persons who have paid taxes in END
made under the Petroleum Act or any pee aay ssi ens tom bados, I would like to put forward ee cee a hehe ‘the past on their small houses will i : bf
* . . > as S c s 5 , : via hic! ope . w « CF ee =
Acts which might thereafter be passed, ayomioeial “Erivate: reer la my point of view which, I eee, admittedly ‘slight—on- our own i comforted to know that the wo
and the Licensee would thus be bound by An appeal for funds if once ny Eat in arriving at a ration: standard of living er oe a eae ted M
sat : ‘aire ‘ nian: Mh aand Pee : ouLcomes ‘ ; a Many of your readers will re- as they w o arsh Mallows 35c per
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: ; ; but in no case i sy giver in substanital Gegree to the con- of the United States of America bill reeeived the blessing of the per Qt. Bottle eae
practicable having regard to the rights and lirectly ; be one Sangy Sees trol of the British Government— On similar grounds my beli of House Hunter's St k i 4

’ interests under any existing licence or Fenton jhe “applicant, fy. he maintain restrictive measures js that improvement in himaan re rg aed ‘Pudding a eae MEAT Dept.

| lease or under any licence or lease which Society kindly undertakes the in. geainst the native population. —jations isa slow and. all-too- ee ee eee ae ;



may hereafter be executed—take such
measures as the lessor in his absolute dis-
cretion shall deem fit to safeguard the
reservoir of natural gas.” One cannot but
doubt the seriousness of the Government

vestigation of all cases

During 1949 sixteen cases were
helped, fourteen of them receiv-
ling glasses Some are young
people, dressmakers, domestic ser-









Even in your Caribbean territories
we can find two or three Colonies
with pronounced racial barriers.
Government policy in many other
parts of the World, therefore, is
very similar to that being pursued



painful process which will not be
hastened by acrimonious and re-
tributive measures. Indeed, time
and the patient work and prayer
of sympathetic, enlightened men



Smith, M.C.P., to compliment Mr.
Wilkinson for bringing the matter
before the House and although
another member of the labour
party almost attempted to throw
cold water on this praiseworthy









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Chickens, Ducks,
Sweet Breads, Brains
Tongues, Kidneys,
Rabbits, Fillets
Tripe, Liver,

(large

B ; and women all the World is i his
¢ Y vants etc, some are elderly, but by the present South African high eae tee ree ee effort, Mr. Wilkinson can be For Your XMAS PARCELS
oe putting forward such a covenant as con- all are too poor to pay for glasses Government but no one has yet understanding amongst peoples . assured that the eyes of the people Guava Cheese in tins
stituting a valid safeguard. themselves, and they are deeply suggested that we in Barbados THOS. B. HULL. _ are wide open and their ears are Mollases in tins
The Legislative Council has acted wisely grateful for the help given —s ee * ex, Soeeatr Bridgetown, pricked and to him they give the Sling in tins _
in referring the Bill to a select committee The Bank Account of the Fund ‘nt lhantte oe ae . 2nd November, 1950 Patch he hee Lona ‘ote lee fet dee bag
ea 3 + > r ahha scuMinee. Tint 1e é se. "hs vhic > has b c em. tuava Jelly in tins
and it is to be hoped that they will take the Drape Saal ee a South African exports to Bar- one Friend has again shown that he is not only Fruit Juices in ion.
opportunity thus provided to examine this Goes ae rer : bados in 1949 amounted to te Editor, The Advocate, a representative of the parish 0 a
important piece of legislation as ee } £11,333, 15. 0. and to the entire __ SIR.—It myst be regarded that of St-James but of the entire RDER TODAY from
Pp et Sea Be ec Ae Donations may be sent to me, British West Indies, I am sure, Mr J. H. Wilkinson, M.C.P,, is island. May he long be spared in 1
thoroughly as it deserves and in a way in he rary Secretary & Tre they would not have exceeded real statesman and a true and good health to represent the peo- (; () ) ) A R D q
which the House of Assembly was unable urer of the Ord - of St. J £50,000 in the 1e year. Any sincere friend of the people of all ple of Barbac . this lovek and
=] Pune Valery”, St. M ( 6 rohibition against uth Africa Se sland ient chamber . ) }
3 o do, : é ael 1 sse ien mbe1 , :
r ’ MRS. ROBERT CHALLENOR products, consequently, “may irri- With calm simplicity he goes GRATITUDE. eel

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SATURDAY, NOVEMBER, 4, 1950
FIRS ANE LANDS AT SEAWELL
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Mobile

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HE MOBILE CINEMA wil

give four shows for next!
week. Thursday, being a Bank-
no Dex |

Holiday,
formance.

there will

The first show will be a private
one at the St. George’s Almshouse
for patients
there. On Tuesday a performance
“The Home”
Agricultural Station yard and on
Wednesday, one at Redland Plan-

on Monday night

will be given at

tation yard, St. George.

The final performance of the
week will be given at Boscobel
Boys’ School pasture on Friday.

These shows begin at 7.30 o’clock.

LODGE OF SORROW will be

held by Composite No. 10,
L.U.O.M. at the Mechanics Hall,
118 Roebuck Street, at 3.30 o’clock
tomorrow evening in memory of
Richmond Estwick.

HE FIFTY-NINTH ANNI-

VERSARY of missionary
work done in this island by Rev.
Sarah Antoinette Esterbrook will
be celebrated tomorrow. Although
Rev. Esterbrook is getting old she
has been taking part in the activi-
ties of the Court Free Baptist
Church at Whitepark Road.

At this Church Morning Wor-
ship and Evangelistic Services will
be held as usual and Christmas
gifts for children will be received
from donors,

Mounted Police

Patrol Country
Districts

Twenty-th ree men

N.C.O.s and constables consti-
tute the strength of the mounted



branch of the Barbados Police
Force, Col, R. T. Michelin, Com- |
missioner of Police told the}

“Advocate” yesterday. |

The men are placed at all the}
district stations in the country |
and they patrol the rural areas |
which would be difficult for men}
on foot to get to in their tour of |

duty. |
Col. Michelin said that the!
men are an extremely useful

unit to the Force and take pride
in the condition of their horses,
their saddlery and equipment
On ceremonial occasions, they
use scarlet saddle cloths with the
letters B.P.F. in white embroid-
ery in the corner; these on the!
well groomed horses with lances
with their pennants flying, make
a very colourful picture.

All the horses used by the
mounted troop are imported from
Canada atid are very fine animals,
Each mountec! man is given a
horse which remains with him as
long as he is attached to the |
mounted branch,

The mounted policeman starts
his career as an ordinary police-
man and goes through the same
training. He has to serve for a
period of years on foot duties be-
fore he is taken on in the mounted
branch. He then takes about two
months to learn to ride and look
after his horse.

Cleans Stable

His work starts from six o'clock
in the morning looking after the
grooming of his horse and the
cleaning of the stable. He then
does three hours mounted patrol
in the town and in the night, a
similar period on foot patrol.

In the country, the mounted
man does six hours at one stretch
on account of the bigger areas he
has to travel.

The mounted policeman has the
same off duty period as the foot
policeman, that is, one day off
every week. In addition, he gets
his annual leave of two weeks
and incidentally, his horse also
goes on two weeks’ annual leave
and is brought to District “A” to
be turned out to graze at the rid-
ing school during the day.

Every year, the mounted men
with their horses have to come
from all the out stations to District
“A’ for two weeks’ training. This
is now in progress and the train-
ing this year is under the super-
vision of Sub-Inspector Major of
the Trinidad Police Force.

At the end of the Course there
is a silver cup to be competed for
and this will be awarded to the
N.C.O., or constable who is the |
best horseman, and has the best
kept horse and saddlery

On November 17 at 4.45 p.m.,
the Commissioner said that there
will be a mounted display at;
District “A” and the mounted;
trogp will give another display at|
the Annual Industrial Exhibition
the centenary of which is being
celebrated this year

Decree Granted

In the Court for Divorce and
Matrimonial Causes yesterday His
Honour the Chief Judge, Sir Allan
Collymore, pronounced decree ab-
solute in the suit of A. Linton
(Petitioner) and C. Linton (Re-
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arrived here on Wednesday

mile flight from Trinidad in seventy-five minutes.

fight was an experimental o
and taking off conditions at

Seawell aerodrome was not yet

fully completed although th
runway itself was finished an
smooth. As a matter of fac

Seawell could only be describe:
as a landing ground, for ther:
was no shelter there nor was
there anywhere for the aeroplane
crew to get a wash or even a
drink of water.

Hundreds of visitors that in-
cluded many leading local person-
alities and officials were at Sea-
weil, to witness the arrival of the

j ‘plane. Tumuljtuous cheers greeted

its appearance overhead and at
11,10 a.m. it taxied along the run-
way and definitely placed Barba-
dos on the air map of the world.

Captain Andre De La Porte who
piloted the ‘plane here was pre-
sented with a pretty bouquet by
charming Miss Carmelita Vascon-
cellos, daughter of Mr. M. A. Vas-
concellos, a merchant of Para-
maribo, Dutch Guiana.

She was one of a party of Dutch
visitors who were holidaying at
the Hastings Hotel and who took
the opportunity to join the Barba-
dians in their welcome.



































Passengers

The passengers included Mr.
L. F. Bouman, Manager of the
West Indian section of Royal

Dutch Airlines, Hon. H. A, Tyler-
Smith, Director of Works and
Transport, Trinidad, Mr. Car-
dieres, Harbour Master of Curacao
and Mr. L. Garschagen
Line Inspector for Royal Dutch

After the official formalities had
been got through, Mr. Bouman in-
vited a party to a trial flight over
the island. Those who made the
flight included, Major G. E. Peck,
Commander Wynne, Mr, C. A. L.
Gale, Colonel W. S. Dickens, Dr.
J. D. Alleyne, Mr. H. J. Whitmell,
Mr. J. P. Taylor and Mr. D. E.

K.L.M. did not begin their regu-
lar service linking Barbados,
Trinidad and Curacao until the
following year, February 4, 1939,

K.L.M’s “Caribbean Decade
1934-1944", the story in booklet
form of the operations of Royal
Dutch Airlines in the West Indies
for that period carried a descrip-
tion of the landing of the “Koli-
brie” at Seawell. .

It reads in part: “For Barbados
the landing of the “Kolibrie” with
Pilot de la Porte in command, was
even of greater significance. It
was the first plane ever to land
at Barbados, and the greater part
of the population had never seen
an aeroplane from a shprt dis-
tance. ;

Ow that day the schools closed,
practically everyone had, at least
took, a day off, many high Gov-
ernment officials and everybody
else worth knowing were present
at Seawell. The first airmail ever

o reach Barbados was accepted
by the Postmaster with appropri-
ate ceremony.” ©

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Bridgetown Has
Six Public Baths

THERE are six sites about the |
City where the public is provided
with latrine and bathing facilities,
with urinals in some cases. Ata
few other places there is latrine
accommodation only.

The communal baths and
latrines can be found at Watkin’'s
Alley, Green’s Lane, Church Vil- |
lage, Kensington, Waterloo Alley

3
|

Street, the Pierhead and the lower
end of the wharf.

Plans have been submitted to
Government for similar facilities
on the Reef grounds, Mr. W. W.
Merritt, Chief Sanitary Inspector
of St. Michael, told the Advocate
yesterday. He said that the Com-
ynissioners of Health are seeking
to extend the provision of baths
and latrines over the City area as
much as possible and have made
representation to Government for
sites on Government land for the
purpose.

The erection of the present
buildings have extended over a
period of years beginning in 1934
Mr. Merritt said. In the modern
building the septic tank system is
used. Bathing accommodation for
as many as eight men and eight
women at one time and latrine ac-
commodation for four each as
well, are provided at some of the
larger buildings. The facilities
are made full use of at all the
places, he said, but the greatest
aemand is at present made on the
Kensington site. That building
was erected this year and is in
one of the largest districts in the
City area.

Plantains Come

Over 89 stems of plantains ar-
rived at Barbados from St. Lucia
yesterday by the motor vessel
“Daerwood",

They were all mixed up together
in hatches of the “Daerwood’’,
but the various consignees had no
difficulty in getting their orders.
On each stem, few of the plan-
tains bore the initials of the con-
signee. The initials were cut skin
ceep into the fruit.

The plantains, ripe but green, :
were taken away from the water-!
front by push carts. Within a)
weck or so, they will be on sale in
the local market.

The “Daerwood” also brought}
280 packages of fresh fruit, 27|
stems of bananas and 10 pieces of
cedar logs. It arrived from Aruba
via Grenada, St. Vincent and St.
Lucia. It is expected to leave
Barbados on Sunday for Aruba
via those same ports.

NAKED MEN

Referring to the open window to
the sea along Lower Bay Street at



the meeting of the Commissioners of
Health on Thursday, Mr, B A
Weatherhead made mention of the

naked men and
be seen on

The

women that could
the beach on afternoons.
word naked was unfortunately

left out of the report in our issue of
yesterday.

», ning of November people

_ devil
| favourites, the former because of

BARBADOS ADVOCATE



.Conkies Will, Businessmen

Follow
Fireworks
TO-NIGHT

Guy Fawkes attempt to

to-day

with exploding
erack ing

eracke:s, soaring

and then conkies

for the corn flour which

|
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| which the mixture
when it is put to
pot or saucepan.

is

cook in



/ event,

Rocks, and in _ addition,
;erowds used to throng
places of vantage. Expensive fire-
works were used for that display,
and the effect was impressive.
Then apart from that the Rocks
Display, one was put on at every

; home where they were children

From the time that night came on,
illuminations were the order,
ranging from costly rockets and
Roman Candles to the humbk
starlights, pretty matches and
devil on the sidewalk,

Among small boys, bombs and
on the sidewalk are the
the earsplitting effect,

and the

latter because it furnishes plent;

sports at a small price, A _ pen-

jny piece of Gevil can take a lot

of scraping, and even when it
gets too small to be scraped it is
not scrapped. The small remnant,
if placed on a hard smooth sur-
face and pounded with a ham-
mer or stone will give a final and
decisive crack

Guy Fawkes Day is November
5, but because that date is a
Sunday this year, the fireworks
displays will take place to-night



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Grand Sessions
pi aiigeb 7
Begin Monday
After the fanfare of trumpets
has died away in the courtyard
next Monday morning, His Hon-
our the Chief Justica, Sir Allan
Collymore will begin the No-
vember sitting of the Court of
Grand Sessions which has 35 |

cases on the Calendar, Three
cases for murder are included.

Other cases are as follows
Attempted murder, 2; wounding
with intent, 1; Causing grievous
bodily harm with intent, 3; inflict-
ing grievous bodily harm, 1; assault

| with intent to commit a felony,

1; bestiality, 1; housebreaking
and larceny, 4; shopbreaking and

house, 2} , 10;
» as Sena Sanit the Post

coin, 1; r

Office Act, 1,

1,500 BAGS
OF RICE COME

One thousand five hundred
bags of rice from British Guiana
was included in the cargo arriv-
ing in the island yesterday by
the 74-ton schooner “Frances W.
Smith.”

Other cargo arriving by the
“Frances W. Smith” was 700 bags
of charcoal, 41 tons of firewood
and 355 wallaba posts.

From St. Lucia, the “Mandalay
11” brought charcoal, cocoanuts,
copra and fresh fruit



“HOMESTEAD”
CAN BE SOLD

In the Court of Chancery yes-
terday His Honour the Vice-
‘hancellor, Sir Allan Collymore,
granted an application of the
plaintiff for a decree for ap-
praisement and sale of the prop-

erty ‘Homestead” and two roods
two and two-tenths perches «of
lend at Spooner’: Fill, St. Mich. el
in the suit of L. E. R. Gill and
‘, Johrson.

Plaintiff was represented by
Mr. W. W. Reece, K.C., instruct-
ed b, Mevsrs. Cottle, Catford &

Co, The Registrar handed in the
liens affecting the same property,

blow
| the English Parliament sky high
‘will be remembered in Barbados
bombs,
sky
rockets, heaps of other fireworks.

For many people conkies are a
“must” when Gu Fawkes Day
comes around, From the begin-

hunt
is the
chief ingredient. and then get in
the spice, essence and other con-
diments. Last but not least they
get the banana tree leaves with
wrapped
the

Years ago a firework display at
Hastings Rocks was a big annuil
It is no longer held, A
| big crowd used to tun up at the

big
other

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letters and

gestion
Parcel

for

and then there is no possipility
of opening more mails

there were 600 bags of parcel mail
still unopened. Since then most
af these had been opened. The
congestion continues, he said, but
with the use of the new Parcel
Department at the Steamers’
Warehouse which should be ready
ii about another ten days, the
situation would be greatly re-
ieved, This morning nearly 750
bags of mail were received from
the “Oregon Star” and parcels
are being stowed at the new
Cepartment.

Painters, carpenters and ma-
»ons were busy yesterday making
preparations at this department
for the over. On the
westefn side of the building fac-
ing Prince William Henry Stree’,
counters wéFe being erected, it
is proposed, the Postmaster said,
that all local mail in bulk will
’e Yeceived there. There too
eliveries will be made.

On the eastern side facing the
waterfront all overseas mail will
be received. Letters and printed
matter will be sént on immediate-
y to the general office.

Bottle Washing
Is An Industry

Every day in Bridgetown women
wash white bottles. In a_ first
floor room of McGregor Street
they sit and wash bottles, and the
water often drips through onto
the floor beneath. The bottles
(14 pint) come in cartons,

The washers use two large tubs

one to wash and the other to
rinse, After cleaning the bottles
they are rinsed and put to dry.
They are afterwards packed into
the carton and ready for delivery
to the various merchants of the
City for the purpose of bottling
rum, etc.
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CLASSIFIED ADS OVERNMENT NOTICES = SHIPPING NOTICES | ,,,,..,.,,. | 2
, ' 10-DAY'S NEWS FLASH |}, NOTI
TELEPHONE 2508 APPLICATIONS are invited for the following Vacancies in the is,
* Government Service: — MONTREAL AUSTRALIA NEW ee — ‘
i Sein: 7 g ZEALAND INE LIMITED ae oe A wonderful Toy for Subscribers to the
2 es FOR RENT Assistant Probation Officer—($480. 480. 624 x 12 — 912 (E.B.) ue HEE | jl Parents as well as Children: ADVOCATE” Newspaper
HOLDER, LISLE — (Ex policeman) at 1,056 x 72 — 1,776 (E.B.) 1,872 x 96 — 2,160) : rm Bases Ver ee ee M.V — ibbee wit 4 Pitt MODEL HOUSE are asked to note that if there
; c ool 5 r Th > § embe -argo and Passengers for [ ' J
the General Hospital His funeral lees — aT ae Assistant Matron and Sister Tutor, Mental Hospital ($1,920 Sein, Meteourne’ September nem Dever ag aseengert for CONSTRUCTION SETS is any dissatisfaction with
Bank Hai! at 4.15 p.m. today for the | Conveniences (2) Bedrooms. Linen an and free quarters) port October Ist, Sydne October 12th, and St Sailing - “ ss the delivery of the Daily
Westivury Cemetery. Priends are asked Cuttery, 10 minutes walk from . cue Signals Instructor — Barbados Regiment ($480 x 48 —1,080) oe Ge ee Grriving st Bare tt JOHNSON’S STATIONERY Newspaper supplied through
, - iy ‘ : th nie tee is
Mrs "Teencing Holder (wife), Mrs. = planla de et aeete Dayne 4.19.50—2n. Road Overseer—Grade I (4) Highways & Transport Depart- ontiied bee eee imple space for ee go 5 sone | CLOTH DUSTERS oa Please communi
Bnid Reifer’ (daughter), Cyril L.” Reiter} —_____ #12 Shean. ment ($1,200 x 72 — 1,632) | Cargo accepted on through bile ot|f] Cayo cRatTyood” will acce AT CIRCULATION DEPT
(son-in-law) FLAT — At Worthing. Phone i Road Overseer—Grade II (2) Highways & Transport Depart- ding Ww th Gasiehipment at ‘Trinidad for Lucia, St. Vin cent Grenada ani } JOHNSON’S . | Dial 2823
IN MEMORIAM yn Ss ment ($480 x 48 — 1,200 (E.B.) 1,272 x 72—1.440) iegword stands. Se ee eee AON: Mai Redileg ti i a, ae |]} 2.10.50—m.,
ee . DEW" — Coast. an © irther particulars apply ———————
in lev imemary of Anthony Dudley Furnished. 3 ms ne. a ae — Waterworks Department ($2,160 x} PURNESS. wrk iv & Co ta B.W.. Schooner Owners || eeees. ——> —————
ett Winte assed away on incite. Apply L. Gonsa’ — 2, ; Adios PSSESSS9SS9SS69990555505055n ann SOPOT
Noversiter rd. 1048. vr: hes Maxwell “Bead. ot: District Welfare Officer (2)—Social Welfare Department Wt nim ee. % Sitesi tore a on
Longer here ie: coulg not fas OUSE—"Beperanza” fully furnished (480. 480, 624 x 72 — 912 (E.B.) (1,056 x 72 — 1,776, O” Gansabos” “*|H pei, 4047, < Ki ’ .
He heard the master saying Sen Coast. Dey asc St. James (E.B.) 1,872 x 96 — 2,160) Wt. trrescorks £3
Come, oh come, yes away. i : AGENTS
idler idaughter,) Lerigy 14.20.50-En, Details of the respectiye qualifications and conditions of service | ~ ° %
Lone Wute nic Daley @ TANGLIN — Beachmont, Baenaneds, may be obtained from the Colonial Secretary's Office and applications F tresvworks - I &
$.11.60— 20. |S Gouble bed e ony, OF otherwis®,! should be submitted to the Secretariat net later than the 14th of ‘ of x
ae ee ee jay HARRISON LINE < Fireworks!! \
* 5 o 4.11.50.—8n. a. a x ‘ ee
servant's room. ; lowe, , ‘
7.8.50—2,.0 y $
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AUTOMOTIVE top Flat wile Geo “ 4 teas Mieteail 4 x ONE DAY IN THE YEAR
Bidets ets! ibservance o a s hday . ,
Beach, Hastings. 3 Bedrooms, Drawi S ?
ile tiles Ante Wed Meee | and Dining Boome. sw HIS MAJESTY THE KING has approved the observance of His) | OUTWARD FROM THE UNITED KINGDOM i % WE SHALL ALWAYS R EMEMBER.
head C/o Bruce Weatherhead Lid. Bice Siew Gn aca eel Birthday in 1951 on Thursday, the 7th of June, aoe % YOU HAVE GUESSED IT OF COURSE.
10 2-t-ED | Conveniences. Available 2. In accordance with the provisions of the Bank Holidays Act, Gees From peuvas')" Himkadee’ (E IT’S THE 5TH OF NOVEMBER”
CAR at gt, ee eee | T ewan Beret Proee a EL 2008, Thursday the 7th of June, 1951, will be a Bank Holiday. S.S. “BEDFORD EARL” London 26th Oct, 16th Nov. s
in perfect order done 39,500 miles. |“ § Sept Aarne Sto : S.S. “SENATOR” Glasgow "20th . 2 x MAKE IT A GALA NIGHT WITH THE FINEST .
ee Co he oe | tt 80. SS. “SPECIALIST” | London te No ene ik. SELECTIO oe x
Ry ai HCTAL, ae ondon ith Nov 23re ov : y TION OF
" S.S. “PHILOSOPHER Liverpool .. 11th Nov. 5th Nov. | &
¢ Sete. a co Pia AS i gp eke PUBLIC NOTICES ATTENTION is drawn to the Control of Lumber Prices (Defence) rie Ree S
tion paint job and tyres new. Phone (Amendment) Order, 1950, No. 5 which will be published in the 2 FIREWORKS ik
8335. $-7.00+-2n. Official Gazette of Thursday 2nd November, 1950. HOMEWARD FOR THE UNITED KINGDOM > x
CAR — One Vauxhall 12 H.P. In C. 2. Under this Order the maximum retail selling price of “Mer- | sa : x
good working condition. Apply to THE PARISH OF ST. ANDREW ble Pi Pine” fi ‘ Pe Vessel For Closes in Barbados % Here are just a few of the many we have in Stock:—
nate. al I a fe surer’s, Office wit ehantable Pitch Pine” is as follows: — |S.S. “SITHONTA” . London 7th Nov. x J a ' = ‘
11.50 opened ureday dui 4 pete pia ene ent Sarge renin pa a dicate er
the ‘month ef Nove ; a. COLUMN ONE COLUMN TWO | Por further information apply to - - - ‘ RON AS, CANES 2 %
Signed C. A. SKINNER, ; i Ve : > JUMPING CRACKERS
ELECTRICAL Parochisl ‘Teetbuse Article Ordinary Retail Price % CATHERINE WHEEI %
ELECTRIC BLANKETS — Excellent a (not more than) DACOSTA & co., LTD.—Agents % StLVEn Baie oL x
in case of iliness etc, 30° x 50”. Dial Ph. anita bone ane eer de ae neat = > .
3878. Da Costa & Co., Lid. \Bleetrical (1) Merchantable Pitch Pine .. $268.00 per 1,000 board feet ve " arn eat _ aad SQUIBBS x
Cee et ee tne PARISH OF ST. Putuir r (Basie Sizes) . GOLDEN GERB $
ISWAN LAMPS — For House or ‘arochial Treasurer's ice wi - - - —————-—-- _ | :
weckers 6; 12; 32; 110 and 220 Volis.| be removed te ingston, Church. Vil- 1 81st October, 1950. | Steamship Co. y JACK IN THE BOX
More light for less money. Dial S878| lage, St. Philip from 1ith Nov. ‘1960. 3.11.50.—2n : GOLDEN RAIN x
Da. sta & Co., Ltd. Electrical Dept. The Office will be for busi- : s¥a smell. S ETC ETC S
Bain ES SEITE a PO tae Ta Ine. s ay eee S
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IMMERSION HEATERS — Conveni-| noon to 3 p.m. REMEMBRANCE SUNDAY % And the magnificent “SKY ROCKETS” for the Kiddies ~
Siores eer: Sees Canis, Cite Sea. ee ‘Seen, His Majesty the King has approved of Remembrance Day being oo or “STARLIGHTS” in packets of 12 or singly %
Dial 3878 Da Costa & Co., Ltd. Electri- St. Philip. |observed on Sunday the 12th of November. ae pr N.O Bidos % also BOMBS x
Sal Devt. 2 eee |: eee As in previous years the Church authorities are being invited to | eee ee ape: Bape re x : %
: ; , , 7 .
MISCELLANEOUS * hold special services throughout the Island at which the two minutes NEW YORK sxevicr %
- = zt sax) Annual Agricultural and silence can be observed at 11 a.m. ee fi N.Y, B'dos Obtainable at - - - %
ev teas Cee “Chandler's Hard- e op one The special service at St. Michael’s Cathedral, which will be at- & : ome TE ese sik toth Sept an Oct >
Rare, and Biavele Accessories, Reed & Industrial Exhibition tended by His Excellency the Governor, will begin at 10.30 a.m., and | tan er pera oan f B’
af : ee will finish at approximately 11.10 a.m. At the end of the service, | ; CANADIAN SERVICE ooKers§ (8'DOs) Tug tores t - 3
yaUST received a large assortment of NOTICE if the weather permits, His Excellency and party will walk to the | {0UTHBOUND eu al ‘a iias % ACY, Hasti .
Yalow Stoves “anc arith & Co, No. Division eee a OF ENTRIES War Memorial, where His Excellency will lay a wreath. There will | Name of Ship Montreal Hatifex Barbedes s Broad § » Hastings. x
2 Swan St. 2.11,50—4n. Fee 2/- exhibit except} be no ceremony. fee noe en EE. October 27th October 30th November 10th SRO BANOBOSOH66OG 6666666 <>
anime ce Ebert ; er — 5 Sie: 18] Pensa ts in Class signet esi The ie bg Sevier cane ne aot hn sonal ® S$! “ALCOA POLARIS” Novernbey mth Noveriver mth Betemior ih ; .
louble-breasted style, in nm. | Division 2 — Ht arrangements @xX-Serv men to pi and to attend a a +o |
1 pt ; tranc: ' exhib : i } A!
ee eee Se eee P51 5ean. Divisaat rie dee) weak 7 4.m., at the Cathedral. Other members of the public are invited to) NOMPSRORND afhttives Ws
trance l~ exhibi atte: | GO:
NAHLIN — Auxilary Sloop rigged NOTES The bese ee tin close nd their usual places of worship. | §'s “ALCOA POLARIS” October sist For St. Lawrence River Ports
22 x 7, with 800 Ibs in Keel. Powered] not iater than 4 _m., on Friday, 31.10.50.—3n.
with 8 H.P. Morris Engine, Magneto, 17th November, 1960, at the Secre- | These vessels have limited passengers accommodation
also Self Starter. New Tender and| tary's Office, Messrs Bovell & Skeete |
ead: aia tacholey Samiaay tor Building, Lucas Street. ATTENTION is drawn to the Control of Prices (Defence) | Apply: DA COSTA, & CO.,LTD. —Canadian Service,
_ : New o . 5
only Sailing Yacht. All frst class con- Paintrance Ye in per exhibit except SAromanens). Onder, 1082, No. x wited win be published in the |
: ose animals own ited by cial Gazette o: ursday 2nd November, ; Se te Ra, i ee peeeereeninen r > iE 2 ten agur
Apply: VINCENT BURKE, Peasa s ait THE TELEPHONE COMPANY takes pleasure
re Sine fo ce Dee ae 8 2. Under this Order the maximum wholesale and retail selling | i PA P

C/o Courtesy Garage or Bay St
31.10.50—6n

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No’

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1950, at the Secretar?’ | TAR for yards etc ORIENTAL
ager Cliff Plantation, St. John. Dance’ greusts Bovell & Skeete Building, ARTICLE WHOLESALE PRICE{ RETAIL PRICE er Exchange is nearing completion.
2 ee Sn S = FE ae dehunt (not more than) (not more than) A limited quantity GOODS! (Articulos)
—— Roecircnateeosthe pe Aaah ance Fee 1/- per it ‘or eemeieereemeninceamatiiniiiiiiaies || sctininsnssesinsiiensdmeccinemsesnmemasemen iia bale’ aot : ; :
9. fubmnntional “Mnevarter, irotin: male and’ thtee’ femalee ference Fee] Cocou Essence 40}c. per Ib. in lots of |46c. per Ib. or less abbas do Rea CUROIS, JEWELLERY, During the next few weeks it is unavoidable
3 ‘ance Fee ~ : 1
Apply Manager Cliff Plantation, | St. | 3/-. 50 Ibs. and over than } lb. 34c. per oz. AT SILKS, (Se Habla Espanol) ; i at b ticularly in the 4000
. -11.80—Gn |" See also Rule No. 18 re deposit on \{ that subscribers numbers, particularly in the
= 4lc. lb under 50 HE seach aa i ® ;
PILLOWS — Only $2.16. Lashley's | PAD88-_ exhibits in this Division ae |} Your Gas Co.......Bay St. i THANI % ; F :
Limited, Swan St. 1,11 G—4n. | in Sections $500 exempion wre a Ibs and not less than i groups, will be liable to interruption.
w ws { last] | â„¢ment of this fee. 5 tbs. DLR Grace Abe's aise 5 4806 Pr. Wm, Hry. St. DIAL 3466 .
INDO AND is Fowls, Turkeys, Ducks and Rabbits. | « | =
a. Peotle are benefiting He se All entries must be mate on the ‘ap. (FSB The C t hy fe eas: innein
windows ‘and. doors: built by L. & H| Proved form ‘of the ‘Barbados Poultry ist November, 1950. 2.11.50.—2n | ¢ Company very mueh regrets any ine

Millers’
Works. Dial 2791,
Reed Street, City.

Association, and be sent together with
the necessary fees to Mr. G@. C. Corbin,

C/o Highways & Transport Office, not
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A Teg ag ee net ‘AREMENT OF EDUCATION ||| “TAKE HOME’ ||| NOTICE techie MP ae eee a...
WATER STILI. — One used Ges Daidone 190 eraONS $s Junior School — St. Philip SOME OF THESE | liane interruptions and excessive busy tone delays,
aerate: er Pe Sou, ae Entrance Fee 1/- per exhibit. APPLICA’ are invited for the Headship of St. Martin's : | All persons running booths
LINS LIMITED. 4.11.50—gn, wih cnt ee Sertien Traut be Junior School from teachers with at least 10 years’ teaching experi- Tins Hams 2 Ibs or engaged in selling, or Subseribers who obtain wrong numbers are
“"XMAS CARDS — A wonderiui ap~| dos Poultry. Association, and be sent to-] nce. The minimum professional qualification required is the Certi- | Sao es ae }] Yunning games at the Gar- :
sortment now on display at Collins | Sether with the necessary fees to sr_| ficate A of the Department or exemption therefrom, | Raisins pe> 1b |} rison Savannah on Noyem- asked to co-operate in the interest of the service
Drug Store, Broad St. Pier ‘Hood ng eaceral Foundry Ltd. Salary will be in accordance with the Government Scale for | Tins C. Butter 1 W & 5 Ib | ber 4th, 9th and I1th (Race oh
AAA | Thursday, “wth November, 1980, ‘Enirres Head Teachers in a Grade I Elementary School aa Pie. T. Butter | it eeet Ty ns dations by reporting the matter to 09 (Complaints) yiving
will be accepted only on’ the condition ; BL sae Tins Mustard | that 1 have authorisec
PUBLIC SALES that exhibitors consent to the rules of Candidates who have already submitted application forms in re- | Bots "hess |] EDWARD DURANT to col- the particulars requested by the operator,
. : : . ‘Amocieaee. of the Barbados Poultry spect of previous vacancies (now filled) may apply by letter, accom- | eal Mayormatse, | lect fees for such booths, -
AUCTION BE RBG Ep ENTRIES WILL. Not] panied by a recent testimonial. All other candidates should make | Tins Peis |} stalls, ag Ps a i a
— gg. | application on the appropriate form which may be obtained from the | tne qo Gelatine |{ Persons te oud arith Rae is
By publi tition at ffice in PETERKIN, ; . | Pkys Jellos with this order, will have en,
ay BUST Con person. ae mayo ; Secretary, | Department of Education. All applications must be enclosed in en- { Minnth han the
Magazine Lane I will sell on Thursday Pp i! booths removed from
$th Fioveriber at a Oslo oan velopes marked “Appointments Board” in the top left hand corner | s 1 Garrison Savannah for the
property at Spruce Street, Consistin and must reach the Department of Education by Tuesday 8th Novem- | TART & & ; three (3) days above men-
1,245 fect of land and a house WANTED y sday, V | I
called. St. Theresa shies has Prien ber, 1950. St ART & SAMPSON | tioned
id Dini rooms, Bedrooms, water- —_—— | 1} 7 . wo
toilet and “bath. For particulars and HELP 31.10.50.—3n, LTD. } BC, JONES,
inspection see D'Arcy A. Scott, Auc- | | Eagle Club,
tioneer. 3743, 1,11.50—4n :

Headquarters For Best Rum
GIRL, — Intelligent Girl, must

able to Type and DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION

APPLICATIONS are invited from teachers and other suitably

COMPANY LIMITED.

Broad Street, {

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BY public Auction at my office Ma- do ae %










» I will LL Tuesday | C/o Advocate,

Sent the 7th Nov. at 2 ovelock, 11,800 en =| qualified persons (men and women) for the following vacancies: — Saas SSS
joing ‘unr. oe See P 20" | office. Apply by letter and in person St. Elizabeth’s Boys’ School ae SSS San 9 SESS

Also 4,535 square feet of land at}to Manning & Co. Ltd, ission St. Patrick’s Boys’ School \
Hindsbury Road. Both are vacant. For | Dept. 11,50—3n. St. Jude’s Boys’ School ‘ q
particulars apply to D'Arcy. A. Scott. STEN! . 8 Boys 00 }
Dial 3743, 4.11,50—Zn. | | STENOGRAPHER & ees ope Speightstown Boys’ Sehool. |
— BMAL, RQTASE | qualifications, t+ unser Hunte & Son 2. The minimum qualification for entry to the teaching service | e e

REAL ESTATE Ltd. P. 0, 19, |

comemnnisiiesstiaisabineesounscinpbindadisnanstart-shiteaniiols 1.11.80-4.t.n, | 18 @ School Certificate. [4

LAND — 7,320 sq. ft. at Nelson Road, ions aoa Applications must be submitted on the appropriate form; |,
N » Ch. Ch. Apply: Hum-| Two sh 4 : :
phrey. Walcot, Deighton Ra, i; Michael. poursuare Factory. Lid, “ORiy’"a | CB: 85 (b) for men end B, 35 (c) for women) which may. be obtaines (CENTRAL FOUNDRY LTD.—Proprietors) TAILORS and CLOTHIERS
or ‘ ll. » | ean who can {

write and calculate
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from th j i S ave already
<=, { eiicientiy nocd apy e Department of Education, but candidates who have alre ady

submitted one of these forms in respect of previous vacancies (now
filled) may apply by letter accompanied by a recent testimonial,

Corner of Broad and Tudor Streets.

——

4.11. 50—6n.

MISCELLANEOUS

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commodate three houses. avely beach a 4. Any teacher who applies for a vacancy on the staff of another > %
and bathing safe. » BES “has school must inform his or her present Chairman of Managers and the | } By 7 "a .' ;
Sauces bees | BOXES — All Kinds of Gard Board g : % WV S 3 . .
: ‘At Fitz Village beside Main road four ear oe. an ‘corrugated card. | Head Teacher of any application for such a transfer, | * @. SALE Al ALL GROC ER: z Suits Tailored at
LS Uece EER aceonet Coker ike in BindiMy 10 ao--t.t.n. 5. AM applications must be enclosed in envelopes raarked “Ap- | > 2
42 acre or acre lots with a view from WANTED FO RENE pointments Board” in the top left hand corner and must reach the aN ¢ Fogarty's show
+ ea Road 15 need 12 ells | rouse couple with two| Department of Education by Wednesday, 8th November, 1950. ee 2
Terms can be arranged. small daughters. immediately | 30th October, 1950. * ’
D'ARCY A, SCOTT, to rent. Stone Built House 3 or 4 bed- i® 4
Magazine Lane. |100ms furnished or unfurnished. BOA, 1.11.50.—3n. | % 2
1.1),.50—3n | Abbeville Guest House, Paeae me. a % ‘
——————— bd 50-0) a. * ‘
NEW BUNGALOW—50 feet by oF font et Wihtan ae wer APPOINTMENT OF STUDENT RADIOGRAPHER, i ; M ARK FD
throughout, "oni acre ‘of land with| JOINERS GOOD WORRY For re- _ GENERAL HOSPITAL 1% ;
weer Leap ita eines ae ame are Soups ae Ger eng OTE A VACANCY exists in the X-Ray Department, General Hospital, g ?
pee ae ane Strack, “She: pan, Areesioa Bt. Ont aon for a suitakie candidate (female) to be trained in Radiography. ‘ s
% 27.10.50—sn 4.11,50-4n The salary attached to this post of student Radiographer is $384. Ys
PROPERTY — One house standing on WANTED TO BUY rising by annual increments of $48 to $624 per annum, it
approximately ‘4 acre of land at Dea-

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4.11, 60-3n,

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LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE

The application of Vida Bowen

for small dairy. Apply to Hutchingon
& Bamfield, Solicitors, James St
4.11.50—6n.

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“BETMAR," NAVY GARDENS. Stand-

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certificate of equal standard, and
than 30 years of age.
Applications on forms obtainable from the

CARIBBEAN AGENCY—aAGENTs.

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POSS 399OG0""
ing,.om 19-185 sa ft. of land. and con-| ‘eg granted fo her it resent ort ber, | Hospital, should be forwarded to him not later than 16th Woveman. | De
taini: 5 Bedrooms (4 with running 1 Re |
watery. large Drawing and Dining rooms bs ence oly. wane Wm. St. & Mn 0 bl 0 3 MORE FOR YOUR
aa a Se | mn Baar at oP bth Ae he e
tric and Water Services. Garage an? shiogio’ sa ee ue et MONEY
2 Servants’ rooms. Easily convertea Chancery Lan . St. Michael - >
into 2 Flats, Inspection by appointment. | “Dated this Ist November 1950] = 4 mar . *
bebe nce behisiaaenld Be OD, Esa. wire ay IST IN “GRADE iu, OER Giving full Satisfaction
“sed, VIDA “BOWEN,
t. ‘
LOST & FOUND | oO Rovlican JOHN 4. BLADON | FOR MEN has become a habit
"E at Police Coun, District "A" on Male A.F.S.,F.V.A. Tt
Gey the 3th day of November 1960 at REAL ESTATE AGENT—AUCTIONEER—SURVEYOR (Al Leather) with us, and one which
WALLET — One leather Wallet con- “—" B.A. Me LROD, PHONE 4640 :0: PLANTATIONS BUILDING i SOLES $4.30
taining importamt papers and Snap- Police Magistrate, Dist. ‘A’. i aS | With RUBBER SOLES....... sii in i . we have no intention
shots. Finder please return to J. Mar-
shall, Chelsea Ra. ecas sale LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE With LEATHER SOLES......:;........... $5.06
, : ‘ ‘ ‘
eer iio eranted to Sone, it I re GLOBE THEATRE | LEAVHER LOAFERS With CREPE SOLES $6.25 of breaking.
notice sPe,,CRe Perea tha MAR-| tached. to residence at Tweedside Rd. St. . ‘ | a
JORIE PHILLIPS Executrix of the to use said Liquor IT’S HERE AT LAST! | Iz ;
wili of JOHN RANDALL PHILLIPS.| License at of a 2 storey < €é€
Deceased, has made applicition for tre} wall muilding at Flagstaff Gap, Clap- Special Newsreel
issue of a share certificate in place of| ham, St. Mi

‘hare certificate of 25 shares number-| Dated this 2nd day of November 1050

of

Shish nae teat in SPU Meh| “hale Mindat on DOV enh
whic! as been lost no ection ‘oliee y i: Arr, mae
to this application is made by the Signed M. B. Cox, HE oO S ane m
November, 1950, a new certificate Applicant. T J E LOUI & HAR LS S e ?
wil be issued. N.B.—This application will be consly

The British Shoe Co., Ltd.
SHOEMAKERS TO THE WORLD.

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‘d_of Directors.

By Order of the Boar
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5 dered at a Licensing Court
THE BARBADOS ©

to be hpid
at Police Court, District"A” , on Mon

day the 13th day of November 1960 at
M1 o'cloek a.m. z

B. A. McLEOD, r
Police Magistrate, se. “A”

CHAMPIONSHIP BOUT

Showing Daily from TO-DAY

GENTS’ OUTPITTERS.




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PAGE EIGHT







Call This Fight Off "sie Khon

By PETER
Just what is over the
Tommy Farr comeback? It is now
announced that Piet Wilde, the
Belgian heavy-weight champion,

WILSON



going on



heavy-weights—-Stetan Olek or J«
Weidin. He also stated; “I'd
rather cancel the show
get a suitable opponent for Fari

a ® week
of

And yet, only ago
after the banning
Farr said to me:—

Nielsen

“IT don't mind who they put me

in with maybe it’s a good

all, there’s still nearly

weeks to go,

after
three

if'] can't}

They Won't Like It

THE Hon'ble V. C yester
day afternoon at Ernie’s Clu
Hastings, presented to John God
|dard West Indies Captain, Clyd
| Walcott, Everton Weekes and Rey

Gale





In making the presentations Mr
Gale congratulated Skipper Johr

Goddard and his colleagues for th«

1
1

'

| outstanding part which he and his

has taken the place of Cari; thing this has come up now. It} yrarchall silver medals with golc
Nielse: the Danish champiocn,| wouldn’t do me—or the fight facings as'a token of ‘appreciatior
who was originally due to meet] game—any good if I met aM| op wc. performances with th
Farr at Leicester on November 6.J opponent who wasn't in top | West Sadie aie ah ‘0 tou
Let me refresh your minds on] condition.” Ito England 1 seeptee _"
a few details I suggest that it won't do Farr, } © rec Ws ‘e . of oes
(1) A week ago it was an-]or the fight game, or the pro- are alcott also estilo
nounced that the Danish Boxing| moter, OR the public any good at for Cc. Boogles” Williams an
Association had banned Nielsen] all if he meets Wilde in any Frank Worrell, the other two Bar-
from fighting Farr condition. badian members of the team whe
(2) The promoter, Joe Jacob: And I suggest that if the Bel- es not in the colony it present
told me that he would consider | gian is the best opponent avail- Vi. J. M. Kidney, Manager of
only two other “Olek or J | nat that the show be postponed ne team, was also present
|
{

My reputation is worth more t At last someone has come out : ee a ee aa . bei
me than one show.’ in the open about “amateur” brother Barbadians had played ir
In ‘that case I suggest to Mr.| international lawn tennis bringing victory to the West Ir
Jacobs that he cancels the show Former Australian administra- | dies team
forthwith—if Wilde is the best] tor. Harley Malcolm, has made He also referred to the com
opponent he can get for Farr] two points in a challenge to the mendable public spirit and sport
Either that or cancel his repu-! Australian Lawn Tennis Associa- manship which had prompted Mr
tation. tion over Davis Cup players Proctor to present the medals
For by no. stretch of the One is that an expense allow- John Goddard thanked Mr
imagination can anyone suggest | ance of £2 a day means that each’, Proctor for his very kind gesture
that the lumbering Wilde is player “comes home a far richer and beautiful gifts and also Mr
serious test for a heavy-weight of | man” than when he went away. Gale for the kind words he hac
Farr’s calibre. : Malcolm’s second point is that{said about the Barbadian mem

Beaten by Nielsen

Let’s do a bit more memory
jogging. Wilde has met Farr's
original opponent, Nielsen, twice
—in January and February 1948.
The first time Nielsen won in the
first round. The second time
Nielsen won on points

If Nielsen was ruled out
reasonable opponent for Farr how
can the man he iwice beat be
substituted for him?

But that’s not all
appeared four times
and Wales during
months. Here's his

Cn March 21, 1949,
pointed Jack London over
rounds, at Middlesbrough. ,
August 17, 1949, he lost on points
to Johnny Williams over ten
rounds at Porthcawl. On October
3, 1949, he lost in one

as a

Wilde has
in England

the past 19
record:—

he out-

eight
On

in four rounds to Jonny

again

he lost
Williams

What Farr Said
Does this sound like the record
of a man able to offer a serious

test to Farr? Of course it doesn’t.



M.C.C. | Score

>)

onl

143 For
Vs Victoria

MELBOURNE, Nov. 3.
The MCC cricket touring team
today scored 143 for 2 in a _rain-

curtailed first day’s play in the
match against Victoria, their most
formidable opponents so far on
their Australia tour.

Len Hutton (32) and Cyril
Washbrook (40) put on 61 for the
first wicket after Denis Compton,
who captained the side in the
absence of Freddie Brown who

injured a finger while. practising
yesterday, had won the toss.
When rain which also had in-
terrupted play before lunch
brought an early close (5 p.m.),
Compton and Dave Sheppard had
added 54 in an unfinished third
wicket stand. Compton was 38
not out and Sheppard not out 28.

SCORE BOARD
MCC—FIRST INNINGS
143 for 2 — Rain Stopped Play

Hutton Lb.w., b lan Johnson 32
Washbrook c & bb lan Johnson 40
Sheppard not out 28
Compton not out 38

Extras: 5 (lb. 4, w. 1) 5

Total (for 2 wickets)
Fall of wickets:

143

1—61, 2—89.

BOWLING ANALYSIS

Oo M, me . /
Bill Johnston 9 2 24 0
Kerr 5 1 1 0
Loxton 3 0 il 0
Ian Johnson 15 2 28 2
Iverson 14 3 39 0
Ring 5 1 24 0
Harvey 2 0 1 0

—Reuter.



White Balls And 24
Lamps Brighten
Football

LONDON, Nov. 3.

Apparatus is likely to be used
if visibility deteriorates during
the closing stages of the England
versus Yugoslavia soccer Interna-
tional match at Highbury on No-
vember 22.

A Football Association official
said to-day that the Association
favoured the idea and he expected
that Yugoslavia would agree,
espegially as they had played un-
der such conditions before

White painted footballs will be
available on the day of the match
and twenty-four 1,500 watt lamps
~12 on each side of the ground—
will be ready for immediate use

Last year, white footballs were

used in the second half when
England met Italy at Tottenham.
—Reuter.

| They ll Do It : Every ‘Time

round to
Earl Walls at Manchester. any. | November
And on January 24, this ye®"s] rhomas between teams from St.



every player of Cup standard

could be regarded as an employee A
yf the Australian L.T.A., for at

bers of the team and himself
up filled with champagne
was then passed around

least half the year and was under

its direct control for the
of the competition.

How right he is
unpopular he’ll be with the boys
al) over the world who have
lived the life of Riley—and go.
paid for it.

Not to
everywhere who have materially
benefited from the “shamateurs.”

—LES.

St. Michael Will
Play St. Thomas

An



inter-parish match will be
played on Sunday 5th and 12th

at Dunscombe, St.

Michael and St. Thomas.
The teams are as follow:

St, Michael:

K. Hall (Capt.);

.. Mottley, L. Blackett, L. Austin,

». Sealy, E. Brathwaite, ©.

Barrow, T. Maynard, L. O’Neale,

K. Payne, H Harewood and C.
arke.

St. Thomas: G. Welch (Capt.);
—. Harris, F. Walrond, C. Denny,
Dd.
G,.

Straker, C.
Headley

Sealy,
Fagan, P.
lis

Play starts at

E. Sealy,
1 and

12.30 p.m,



George Headley Will
Live In England

KINGSTON, Jamaica, Nov. 2.

According to a report published
here, George Headley now play-
ng Lancashire League cricket
vill reside permanently in Eng-
land where his wife and family
ire proceeding shortly.

Headley’s decision entails a
great loss to Jamaican and West
Indian cricket.

3 —C.P.



“Challenger”’
Loads Rum

The 3,935-ton motor vessel
‘Canadian Challenger” arrived in
ort yesterday to load
nolasses for Canada.

rum and

For Montreal the “Challenger” is | landed
oading 168 puncheons, 40 barrels lenger”’

ind 53 half-barrels of
ind 790 cartons of rum. It will be
aking 20 puncheons and 36 bar-
cels of molasses for Sorel and for
Quebec 775 cartons and 215 pun-
cheons of molasses. It is also
loading 280 puncheons, 582 barrels
ind 10 half-barrels of molasses
viong with 300 cartons of rum for
3st. John.

The “Challenger” is expected to
omplete loading to-day and will
be sailing during the evening for
Canada

molasses



|
The Weather |

TODAY

Sun Rises: 5.51 a.m.
Sun Sets: 5.36 p.m
Moon (New) Nov. 9
Lighting: 6.00 p.m
High Water: 11.58 a.m |
YESTERDAY |
Rainfall (Codrington) nil
Total for Month to yester-
|

|

!
|
|
|

day: .85 in.
Temperature (Max.) 85.0°F
Temperature (Min.) 73.5°F
Wind Direction (9 a.m.)
E.N.E., (3 p.m.) E.N.E
Wind Velocity: 9 miles per

hour ||
Barometer (9 a.m.) 29.928, {|

(3 p.m.) 29,832



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NIGHT, THE PORCH
LIGHTS ARE ALWAYS
BURNING BRIGHT»

fin
FOR COMING,

DOCTOR. GOOD} THE PORCH LI

period

And how very Foundry At Cricket

The staff of the
Foundry will play a cricket match

mention the’ L.T.A.s] Garrison tomorrow.

against a workshop team at the

The teams are:

Staff—H Cox (Capt.) V.
Porter, G. Ellis, J. Hoad, G.
Bagot, W. Osborne, O. Parris, E.
Bennett; G. Gill; ‘C. Cox, H.
Mayhew,

Workshop—H. Jones (Capt.) N
dolder, F. Skinner, W. Marshall,
3. Douglas; J. Price, C. Black-
man, S. Edey, D

J. Osbourne; I. Millington

Better Conditions
For Oil Workers

GENEVA, Nov, 3.

The

Barbados

Applewhaite,

International Labour Or-

ganisation’s Petroleum Committee

today wound up

its twelve-day

session by adopting a programme
for better housing, health protec-

the world’s oil workers,

lelegates from
part.

14

—Reuter.



Steamships Bring
Butter

A shipment of 531 cases of tin-
ned butter and 33 cases of cook-
ing butter were landed at Barba-
dos yesterday by the steamships
“Canadian Challenger’
gon Star”.
| The “Oregon Star” brought 215
jcases of tinned butter from Liv-





erpool and the “Canadian Chal-
lenger” brought the remaining
supply from Trinidad

The “Oregon Star brought
jover 700 tons of mixed cargo
which included moderate supplie
of biscuits, corn flakes, wheat
puffs, macaroni, spaghetti, con-
fectionery, tapioca and whiskey

Included among the other cargu
by the “Canadian Chal
were canned juice, prunes
potatoes, dried fruit, tomato juice,
cherries, milk powder and liquor



The local agents of the “Ore-
gon Star” Mess:s Robert
Thom Ltd. while the agents of
the “Canadian Challenger” ar2

Messrs Gardiner Austin & Co, Ltd,



| 60'- FOR DANGEROUS

| DRIVING

A fine of 60/- was imposed on
Chelston Blackett of the Ivy, St
Michael by his Worship Mr. H. A
falma for driving in a dangerous



nanner on Barbarees Road on
rebruary 3. His licence is to be
endorsed Blackett was driving
the motor van M—2534 when the

fence was committed,

Mervin A, Gill of Christ Church
was also fined 20/- by His Worship
Mr, E. A. McLeod yesterday fo
driving the motor car X—1252



« on
Broad Street in a manner danger
cus to the public.

The offence was committed on
October 12, Gill pleaded guilty of
the offence, P.C. 343 Austin said

that he was on duty on Broad %
‘
Â¥

Street on October
the motor car X
en by Gill,

There was a cyclist riding in
front of the car and Gill in trying
\to overtake the bicycle struck the

box on which he was standing

12 when he saw
1252 being driv~-



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Dial 4321 W A. -i-tBU. a, Co So swan si. > II 40—4n IADTS H'Dfmt t'OAT sin.* double-nrcaated ityle. in rood condition Apply Arrlndell. Dial 44M pr 4 ii.n—an. HAHLIN Auxilary Rloop lifjnd U x 7. with no lb. ii. Keel Po%vrad •vllh %  H P. Mom. Engine. Maifneto rltw Self flULiier New Tender and •flooring. Inaured Lkn-da C900 Often received either complete Aumlarr i>r only Sailing Yacht All Rm claat condition Apply VUfCENT RURKAV C/O Courier Oarage or Bay St SI 10 M n ONE 11 pair of Iron Wheel, for W D S. International Harverter tractor. Apply Manager Cliff Plantation, A. John. l.ll.atV-*A l.i", ; ii I WIKDOWS AND DOORS At Many people are benefiting by a auction of M% on the coet of their window, and door, built by L A II Miller.' up-to-date Machined Wood Worka Dial ITei. L H Miller. Read Street. City. SI.10 BO—n. -NOTICE PAEIIH OP -T I.iii.iiThe Parochial Tr.ureri OfBre all lie femoAvd to Klngalan. Church .V iag. IH. Philip from nth Nov Mf. The Offloe -ill be openag for i.,.. ne.a on MoiaU}.. Tvieedaya, A s.v IT day. from %  am UIIIB. a*d rM.n noon to a p la sao. P. . ar. SCOTT. Parwvhlal Treaauie.. St Phlhp 4 ii :i Annual Agricultural and Industrial Exhibition NOTICE Re-CLOeiNO Or ENTRIES Di*-in I CATTLX Eaitrarce Pet I-ear exhibit euepl Thoai imali owned and exhibited IT rtoanla In gm* n Dliualorv 3 KORggES Entranc* Pee a/per exhibit. Divuion a — swixE K --' n Sl *** 1/_ " OKJlllilt. hOTE -The above entrfea will r n not later than 4 p.m., en Friday ITth November. IBM, at the Secretary. Office. Maura Bovell A Sfceeto huiidiitg. Lu^aa SI tee*. Dtvanon 4 — GOATS A SHEET Enlr^e Pea I/per „I„I,,. mpt Imab owned and exhibited by AltMggM Probation OnVar($480 480 624 x 72 — 912 (E B ) I,W6 X 71 1.7? (£.b ) 1.87J x M 2.1W) AialaiRnl Matron and Smcr Tutor, Mental Hoaptt.l tJi.BM and frgot quarters) fti.r.al Inatructor — Barbados Regjmeni ,$4o x 48 — 1 1*0> Hoad Overae-r-ar.d. I <4) Highway, ft Tran.port Depa.iment ($1,200 x 72 — 1.6JJ1 Road Overae-r-Orade II ,2i Hlghwav. Tran.port Depnrl. m-ni (4e0 x 48 — 1.200 Social (480 480 24 x 72 S12 (Eg.) (E.B.) 1.872 x M — 2.180) Detail* of the respective qualification* and condition • '-GU>tvilSrtTKK a| %  i Veptemba. ITB. A<1elalda h. Melbourne avptember tath iwo%  n Octoeer Id. Vdn. Or tubeiXh. rtlabeaa Ortohar M t h ,rrtv| llf ., B ar.no* Mc.etnaar a*tt> SiZTt????' "*" "*" *^* ** "il'ed hard froaen -n aeneTal car*.. -accepted on HHn NerwaaMdBer aHparlled through •ur AgrnkH pleaae rnnimuin rate wltli . C'lRC'ri.ATION 11, ,i I'.-i % %  2 10 -Til id apfttica llona n the Mih 4 II M —Jn. P* HARRISON LINE Ob%ervaiice> uf His Mairsty's Hir;li-J r. HIS MAJESTY THE KING haapproved the obgeVvajiee of Ht> Pirthday in 1MI t,n Thursday, the "th of June. ? In accordance with the provuions of thg> Bank Hol.,1. ,. P*J" '" %  • 7lh -* '"*• >. *"> be a Bank H S .S. B1 Ml.jQ.-lo. BIKATOII" ^^_^___^_ SPECIALIST' ATTENTION it drawn to the Control of Lumber 1'n.v. (Defence,) S !" C0OT ra (A in endm-nt) Order. 1950. N.. | which w.il UimMt-iMg] In the ' OUTWARD fROM THE UNITED KINQD0M F-..M Cilnitgow I indini 26lh Oct :">! (a,.; 7th Nov. Illh Nov Due Horhfl-iW 25th Nov Official Gazette of Thursday 2nd N< 2. Under this Order the maximi. chantable Pitch Pine" is aa follow*: — I.U-I 1980. retaU selling price of "MerCOLUMN ONE Article Veggel SS SITHONIACOLUMN TWO Ordinary Retail Prit (not more than) <1) Merchantable Pitch Pine (Basic |g] *2M 00 per 1.080 bo^rd feet %  1*1 October, I860 3 11.50.— 2M ance D.iy being REMEMBRANCE SUNDAY Hia MRje-stv the King ha# approved of Remembri observed on Sunday the 12th of November. Aa in previou* years the Church authorities are being invited lo bold special services throughout the Island m which the two minute, silence can be observed at II a.nv The special service at Si. Michael's Cathedral, which will be attended by Hla Excellency the Governor, will \* K „, Jtl 10 30 g n ggdj Will Hniah at approximately 11.10 a.m. At the end of the service. II the weather permits. His Excellency and parly will walk to the War Memorial, where His Excellency will lay a wreath. There will be no ceremom The Ex-service Men's Organisation* are being invited to make arTangerawnu for M-tcrvlec men to parade and to attend ut 10 30 8-ih.. at the Cathedral. Other members of the public are invited lo, attend their usual places of worship 31.10.50—3n HOMEWARD FOR THE UNITED KIN0D0M Tor Cl fjgaji in Borhad.it .. Ixmdon . 7th (fa* For further information apply to DA COSTA & CO., LTD.-Af-nt. 1 iitEiivii.i^:" -• IIR1MKI SIBeH* "„ A Mih Sepl l3lh*OcT %  -rw tn ft a. gBBJfBBJ Bf y -'" w ^' flh Orl uih Oei 23 ,„. I 1 it-1, f /.s // I "ONE DAY IN THE Yl.'AK S ^,. SHALI ALWAYS REMEMBSR ? 01'HAVE OUESSEI IT OF COURSE $ ITS THE ITH Of HOVBUBKR.' 'AKE IT A GAI.A NIGHT WITH T1IK I 1 || 1 J KLgCTtOM or FIREWORKS Hero are just a few of the many we have in Stock ; ROMAN 1 Willis Jl'MPING CRACKERS < \TIIKR1\E WHEEL ^ SILVER RAIN SQVIRBS I GOLDEN GERR I JACK IN THE BOX GOLDEN RAIN ETC., ETC. And the manninceiit "SKY ROCKETS" for I lie Kiddies ^ "STARLHaiTS" in packets of 12 ..,singly also B O MBS ^ 01 Tiinoi sn -AICOA I'AKI.SFJt "ALCOA I'EOASUS" "ALCOA PVLAJUB" CANADIAN SUlViCF. gagft ata-geaal peMgaM nu. October 30th Novembei 13th November .111 Entiiea in OM — II Dlvialon will 4 p m on ) %  d... ;.' I***. a We Secretary. WATER WU.I, — One uaed Oa • peratea Automatic Water Still Raled ii|"-"v — 1 pjrite pe> Hour* COLLINS I4MTTBD 4 II SO-n IM III U SALES AUCTION By public competition at my otli.-e I" MaBMrinc lane I will ei-ll on Thiindat HI. No\-ember al I o'clock one -in.... (.roperV J' S|HIHI SI 1 CftaaaaEgM .n 1.MO Square feet of land and a nouir callad St Tliereu ahlch haa Drawing .Jid Dining room-. 1 Bedroom^ watertoilet and bath Tor particular* and impact ion aee D'Atc. A Scott. AuceT41. 1.11 50-*. tloneer BY public AucUon at my office HigaUne Lane. I will aell 01. Tueaday net the Tin Nov at a o'clock, 11.140 •Qtiare feet ( l.l at luwt Oap adjoining Mr Aitmani property Aleo 4. US aquare feet of land a* Hlndabur. Road Both ale vacant For particular, apply to D-Arcy A. Scott Dial 3743 4.1i.ia_ai. REAL ESTATE LAND — 7.M0 aq fi at N-l-.n Hoad Na\-y aarden>. <*h. Ch Apply 11 ,..phrey Walcott. Deinhton Bd. SI. Mi-'nel or Dial tias. 1.11 to—an LAND — -.? -.. equare feet of Sea Side land at Rood View. St. Peter will, a ea frontage, and wide enough to accommodate three houaea LovWy beach and bathing aafe The price has been reduced At P1U Village baaltte Main road rout 1 < I lota of land. < o< an acre each At Ca.*e Hill aeveral lota of land in j acre or acre tot. with a view fn Gareon In Bat* RocM Priced 10 Mil At Maxwell Road IS apoU of lar Terma can be arranged. tVAHCY A SCOTT. Mag a ilne Lane 1 1:.SO-3D NEW UL'NtlAi.oW—40~feel by M with full baaement, water and light throughout, on ", acre of land witn guard wall. •Ituatcd at Deac near "Baynvater" Pbone TTtl) w applr. MIIJXB. need Street. Cit %  mtoei ... Office. Mciao Bovell Luca* Street DiviDon e — POUL.TRV a>iiranc# Fee I/par eathlbit ngle eiitrlea: pen. coiulaUng of ala and three female*: Entrance FJ ay-. See aleo Rule No. II re depot it Peaaar In Sectli ent of thu tea Fowl. Turkaya. Ducka and Rabbit*. AU entrlea rnuat be auOe on the approved form of ihe Berbedo* rouluv Anociatian. tlld ^ -= BSM _U the neceoaary feea to Mr. O. C. Corbln. Tranaporl Office, not •< %  Thureday. 14th Higriwan laler than ) pa, November ISM, Divlalon -PIOL rnlrance Pee I/pee e-.Mbu All rntrle* In Uil* Dtvlalim mint be maile on the approved form ol UM Blllli do*1 Poultry AaaxlaUon. and be nt „,. S? 0 ^ ^ Ilh lf "** !" ry tee* to ,1, R C PleH*. C/o Cenlrai Found. |*S Pier Head, not later than a n.rr. in Thunday. am, Nov-mb*. |B50* tn„.-. win be accepted only on lb* rondiiin that exnibitora conaent to ihe rule-. A-ftjcUu^n*" 4 "* "* B tado ***** WILL NOT ATTENTION is drawn to the Control of Prices (Defence) (Amendment) Order, 1950. No. 14 which will be published In the Official Gazette of Thursday 2nd November. 1M0. 2. Under this Order the maximum wholesale and retail selling prices of "Cocoa Essence" are as follows: — % %  H tinioi sn Theae veueU d ARTICLE Cocoa Eee-nce WHOLESALE PRICE (not more than) 40,c. per lb. In lot* of 90 lbs. and over 41c. per lb under 50 lbs and not less than 5 IBs. RETAIL PRICE (not more than) 46c. per lb. or les< than J lb 3*c. per oa. Ml Novemaer. uso I at d. A limited quantity R eiriaming fm aajg AT Your Gas Co. H.i ft "'Hi 4 303 2 11.50.—2n WAOTEIft UELI" OUMIntelligent Qlrl. mug be Lie 10 T-vpe and do booking Write "" li.S>. Jl-N-IOK .M.i. ,„ Corrk-toi ffce Apply by letter and In penal £ Manning; u Co. Ud. Cot liml a-o, a 11 aa—in DEEARTMKM OF EDUCATION uo ,.**L. Ktni "'* Junior School — St. Philip APPLICATIONS are invited for the Headship of St. Martin Junior School from teachers with at least 10 years' teaching experience. The minimum professional qualification required is the Certi ficate A uf the Department or exemption therefrom. Salary will be In accordance with the Government Scale f. 1 Head Teachers in a Grade I Elementary Sohool Candidate* who have already submitted application form* In r. %  %  pect of previous vacancies (now rilled) may apply by letter areoniponcd by a recent testimonial. All other candidates should mak. application on the appropriate form which may be obtained from th, Department of Education All applications mual lie eiWlotM in envelopes marked "Appofnifiieaia Board" In tl„. lop | )f hand eornei and must reach the Department of Education by Tuesday, 8th Novem31.10 50.— 3n BTlWoaiiAPHXJt A TYPIST Apply -l.-c..U, n U, Btm^ Hum. A S3 TWO OVEftlliaaftl Ha-u lpBd of founmuare Factory Lid Only appliJ! _,. c,n w !" %  %  fftk-uUi aellciently need apply MISCELLANEOUS BOXES AU kind, of Cam Beard ""• %  """r tbn *orru#.*#d. < sppiy Advocala Blndlaat Dept a.gt—<. 2 ID H-'n 1 ii'H-ni'-i. One ho m landing w pew %  %  farj 4 at De, na Road He <1 *-id encioied mo, 1. SuitaM* • B**j ,1. %  ka-aj BaauStid. Sol "" %  at 11 *•>*! BETMAR.'' NAVY OARDENM Hti Ing on 14. tea M II d land, and | 1. mi rut S Bedrooma <4 with ruiu weteri large Drawing and Dtnlng ic%  n-i-t,. Li.v LOST A FOUND LCJCT WAI-IXT One leather Wallet con. 'Mining Import am paper* and Snap' •hota Finder please re'iirn 10 J Mai. %  nan. Chef*** Pd a p *o—an LOST „-w. ""* M TTOH FACTORY LID a a. CLARK*. Sec-alary II 1. u-i" ,.,., !" W NT,D r sS lluUsi; Enguab coupU with tw. •mall daughter*. Require immediate)* to rent, stone BuUt House S or 4 bedlooma lurmahed or unfUrnlahed BOA. Abbeville Oueet Houac Phone B143 3 It.lt-n JOINB WANTKD TO Bl'T -BS' OOOD WORK — For re-.Mahogany. Cedar. Deal: Blrcn 01 Houaehok) or Office I. g. a/,. on. Trafalgar St DM! 40*f WAaraao TO PV t'STD POSTAGE STAMPS — af _. Uiiti.i, We.l |i>dle* At the Carlbbeei it.mp Society No 10 Swi %  ?,.- LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE The application of Vlda Bo, Loldor „, uqaor Lerenae Mo a*l ie* In reeaacl of botSoor of 1 •I ingle ahop opp King Wm St A \'i.n Street St Michael for permi.en to %  *e eaaa 1 ,,,*,, Licanae al baaed ar-d -MiigJe ihop attached to reWdence <;iianter>Lane N el ion st St MKhnel Dated On. |R day of November IBM To —C A Me I aXOD. Ea) Police Magletrale. Dip "A". Sgd VIHA BOWKN. N. B —Thi* appllratlan will be co'jideied at a Licemlng Court to be held Police Court. Dietrlct "A", oei M-i. > ."je Uth day of November 1*40 at LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE The apolieition ol H E Ctf holder ..f Ltquor IJcenae No T41 .f % %  • %  granted to Joeaph St Hill in r*.. t of board and ahlngle *hop a*. ..ed to r*.Ldence at TweadUde Rd St Mi.haal fo, !" -,a.m to ue> Mid Mquor Ilceraa at bottom Soor Of a t -lore. 1*" fc' 1 %"\aai "**"** Gmo C"*' Dated thi. and jay of Hoveenber 1*4* To -E. A Mcijarxn ri Pnlio. Magkarafe. DIM ~A"' aicned M a cox. NB —Thli applu>atlon will be rorya, %  red at a Licenaing Court to be bell t Police Court. Dieirlrr'A" oa ataiv r^.-|* ** ' %  ' ' Novenia-r 1*10 at Police M.gi^,* rjKt*^?' DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION APPLICATIONS are invited from teachers and other auitnblv qualified persons (men and women) for the following vacancieSt. Elizabeth's Boy*' School St. Patrick's Boy*' Sohool St. Jude's Boys' School Speight-town Boys' School. 2. The minimum qualification for entry to the leorhiniis g School Certificate rap t A ** ,icBUon mxM be .submitted on the appropi i.-it.f/ona CE. 35 l.:.mi.ilii, al Booker s (B DOS) Drug Stores Ltd. Brod Siren and ALPHA PHARMACY, Mx-ting.. S -^ ANNOUNCEMENT gr Bar* I #..I STH SMI IIYt. in v II rions colour-, mul puiterns THE CBNTMAL # %  %  •##•#*## '# (CENTRAL FOUNDRY LTD.—Propriotora) Corner of Broad and Tudor Streets. | OX .*,!/.*; ii SMJL *. II on as TIIK TKI.KPHONK COMPANY lak.s plrasuie in *anoundo| that Uu oxton.sinn to the BrldR-'own Exchange Is neaniu: compleliun Uurinu Ihe next few weks it is unavoidable that subscriber* numbers, particularly in the 4000 %  reap, will be liable to interruption The Compaiy very much regrets any mennMUftllC* whkft aOftarflMrt may sultei due to i.iieiTuptions and excessive busy tone delays. Subscribers who obtain wronR" numbers annulled, in CQ-opvrste in the interest of the scrvlo* by reporting lb* mutter w on (Caaeueaft) (Mai the particulais i.-.|ii,,.ti.l I,;, ii pantor THE BARBADOS TELEPHONE COMPANY LIMITED. %  50 3n APPOINTMENT OF NTUDENT I: M.KM.I; Mill |. LI M III. HOSPITAL A VACANCY exlit. in the X-Ra, Department, Grner.1 Hapltal Vi""" tie c *" ala w "emalei t be trained In K.diop ip h) The .alary atlaehed to thin post or iKudent R.dm,. >p het is MM nslna by annual Increments of MS lo S62. per annum Free uniform is provided. Applicants should hold the Cambridge School Certificate or SOrSZ T"' "'" %  "'•• %  "" %  %  '<" nw be lea than li or more than 30 years of o|e. Applications on form, obtainable from the Srela,y. Omen,' IMO U %  """"li I" him not later than I5'l, Nnvemn. I II 10.3r. ""SpSPTAXisT" IN UIFI^^HTE JOHN M. Ill 4BJOS A.F.S F V.A. REAL ESTATE AGENT-AUCTIONECK-eitUVKYOI: PHONE 41.0 o PLANTATIONS BUII.KING GLOBE IHEATRE IT'S Ml Kl ,\T l.,\ST : Special \. v. ,. ,-i 0< THE JOE LOUIS —CHARLES CHAMPIONSHIP BOUT Showing Daily from TO-DAY | CARIBBEAN ACENC. s %  *>' % %  WX/VVXAV/VJV/V, >v.V/'.':: : .: mOM MORE FOR YOUR MONEY SIIOIS FOR MEN (AU Leather) With RUBBER SOLES. With LEATHER SOLES KM l.iCA'i HER LOAFERS Wilh'citEl'E BOUB M.2S Tlte British Shoe Co.. Ltd. i SHOEMAKERS TO THE WORLD.



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SATURDAY. NOVTMBEU. i. 19S0 BARBADOS ADVOCATE FACE FTVT Next Week's Mobile Cinema Shows MUSI IMAM I AMIS AT SI AWI I I "*Hl I..mi i CINEMA wll give Bank-I > peiwealt. Thursday, being Holiday, there will be %  %  %  The llrst show will be a private i one at Ihe S(. George's Almshouse on Monday night (or patterns there. On Tuesday a performance will be given at "The Home" Agricultural Station yard and on Wednesday, one at Redland Plantation yard, St George The final performance of the week will be given at Boscobel Boys' School pasture on Friday. These shows begin at 730 o'clock. \ i OIM.I or SORROW will be held bv Composite No. 10, L.U.O M at the Mechanics Hall. 118 Rocback Street, at 3.30 o'clock tomorrow evening in memory of Richmond Rstwick 'T*HR FlrTY-VTVTH ANN1 VEHSARY of missionary work done in this island bv Rev Sarah Antoin-tte Eslerbrook will be celebrated tomorrow. Although Rev. Eslerbrook is getting old she has been taking pnrt m the activities of the Court Free Baptist Church at Whitcpnrk Road. At thb Church Morning Worship and Evangelistic Services will be held as usual and Christmas gifts for children will be received from donors Mounted Police Patrol Country Districts Twenty-three men Including N.C.O.I aim conitaMN constitute Hi.:lrem.;ii uf the mounted branch oi the IJ-rbartus Police rorct, Ool, It. T .Mahciin, Commi.sMimer of Police told the "Advocate" ysaKerdaj The men are placed at all the district .station;. In the CO Utttrj and they patrol the rural arua which would be difficult for n on foot to mt to in their tour of duty. Col. Michelin said that the men are u extremely useful unit to the Force and lake pride in the condition of their horses, their saddlery and equipment On ceremonial occasions, they u=e scarlet saddle cloths with the letters B.P.F. in while embroidery in the corner; these on the well groomed horses with Lances with their pennants .lying, make a very colourful picture. All the horses used by the mounted troop are imported from Canada and aie very tine animal*. Each mount**) man if given a horse which remains with Mm as long as he is attached to the mounted branch The mounted policeman starts hii carter as an onSnar) polk** man and noes through I training. He has to serve for a period of years on foot duties before he Is taken o n In the mounted branch. He then takes about IWfl month* to learn to ride and look Mter his horse. Cleans Stable His work starts from six o'clock in the morning looking alter live glooming of his horse and the cleaning of the stable. He then does three hours mounted patrol in the town and in the nigh', • •similar period on foot patrol In the country, the mounted man does six hours at on on account of the bigger areas h< has to travel. The mounted policeman ban the Si. me off duty period as the foot policeman, that Is. one day off every week. In addition, be gatl his annual leave of two weeks a:. | incidentally, Ml horse also goes on two weeks' annual leave and U> brought to District "A" to be turned out to graze at the riding school duriug the day. Every year, the mounted men with their horses have lo come from nil the out stations loD) trlcl •A' for two weeks' training, Tim is now in progress and the training this year is under the lupervision of Sub-Inspector Major of the Trinidad Police Force. At the end of Ihe Course there is a silver cup to be competed for and this will be awarded to the N CO. or comdable who is ttM Conkies Will Businrssmen Follow Chiller Up Fireworks Parcels Office TONIGHT DO YOU REMEMBER? Il> O. S. OI'IM\ THE K.L.M. Lockheed airliner "Kulibne" was the litst air mail ship to touch down at Seawell Aerodrome. It arrived here on Wednesday. October 19, 19:t8 after a 206i ;tile flight from Trinidad in seventy-five minutes. The Sight v. an experimental one, designed to try out landing and taking off conditions at Seawell. Batnratl aerodrome was not yo' fully completed although th runway itself was finished an smooth. Ac a matter of fac Seawell could only be describe as a landing ground, tor then was no shelu-i thai* nor wa> there anywhere for the aeroplane grew to gat ; %  wash or even a drink of water. Hundreda of visitor* that inftdlng local person* tliuaa and officials were at Seawell. to Witness the arrival of the 'plane. Tumultuous cheers greeted overhead and at 11,10 a <• %  >' taxied along the run' %  •:> placed Barbados mi the air map of the world Captain Andre De La Port! who piloted tho 'plan* here was preunited with n pretty bouiiuet by i hannniK Miss Carmellta vasconcellos, daughter of Mr. M. A. Vasconcellos. .i men 'limit of Paramaribo. Hutch Guiana. %  i .i j.jf 1> put to ,-nok In the s*< II -no a firework display at Hastings Rocks was i ltiit %  pessfeflJI mote mail> Th..i waa wta] some days an there were 600 bags of parcel mail dill unopened Since %  I T these had been open.I Tnconj-esUon continues, he said, but *tth the use of the new Panel Department at the Warehouse which should be re u %  rt about another ten days, tin sttuatkm would be gre.it. v reieveil. This morning nearly 7.Si oag> of mail were received from the 'Oregon Star" and parcels an being stowed at the nei epar intent Painters, carpenters and ma re busy yesterday makin preparations at this departmei fir the change-over. On th waste*] side of the building facing Prince William Henry Stree' ouaiers wen bem* erected, it is proposed, the Postmaster said, that all local mall In bulk will %  received there. AaVl KM 'Uvetiss will be made. On the eastern side facing tinwaterfront all overseas mail will • %  • nv-iyed. Letters and printed matter will be seht on Immedia'e• to the general office. BUSINESS OR PLEASURE FLY Passengers The passengers Included Mr. L. F. Bouniaii. Manager of the West Indian section of Royal Dutch Airlines, Hon. H. A. TylerSmith, Director of Works and Transport. Trinidad. Mr. Cardieres. Harbour Mnster of Curacao and Mr J. W L. Dm Line Inspector for Royal Dulc'i After the official formalities had been got through, Mr Bouman invited a party to a trial flight over the island, Those who made the flight included. Major G. E. Peck, Commander Wynne, Mr. C. A. L. Gale, Colonel W. S. Dickens, Dr. J. D. Alleyne. Mr. H. J. Whitmell. Mr. J. P. Taylor and Mr. D. E. Chase. K I. M did nol i Lai tarvlca linking Barbados, Trinidad and Curacao until the EoUowing yaer, February 4, 1939. K.I.Ms "Caribbean Decade 1934-10*1". the story in booklet form of thf operations of Royal Hutch Airlines in the West Indies for that period carried a descrip„. j lion or the landing of the "Koli-' "'n ,;"*;'n"rt -.or B^rbado. the landing of the "Kollbrie" with Pilot de la Porte in command, was even of ureater significance. It was the flrst plane ever to land _. Barbados, and the greater part of the population had never seen an aeroplane from a shprt dlatance O* that day the schools closed practically everyone had took, a day olT, many high Government officials and everybody i arerth knowing were present !i The first airmail avi •reach Barbados was accepted i,, the Postmaster with appropriate (cremom %  K I M suspended their operara in 1940 bul they will lake mail) Barbadian, and Trinidad passengers to Curasao lor the Wesl Indies Centeraiica that opena Ihere on N e>ier Ti. Bridgetown Has Six Public Baths THERE are six sites about the Jity where the public is provided I with latrine and bathing facilitic-. with urinals In some cases. At a few other places there Is latrine .icciiniiiod.it11in only. The communal baths and latrinea can be found at watkln'a! Alley. Gieen'l Lana, Church Village, K en singto n Waterloo Alley and King William Street. Where litimes only are at Cumberland Street, Fan child Street, the Pierhead and the lower I id of the whorl. Plani have been %  ubmltted to i i.vi-riimeiil fur similar facilities I i tba Real grounds, Mr. w. w. sierrltl. Chlel Banltaf) Inspector f St Michael, told the Adnoeaia He said that the Com•nissJoners of Health are seeking %  xtend the provision of baths I and latrines over the City area as ueh as possible and have made tlon to Government for tea on GovarnnMBt land for the purpose n v (notion of the present buildings have extended over a period of years beginning in 1931 Mr. Mcnitl said. In the modern building the septic tank system is d. Bathing accommodation for many U eight men and eight nan at one time and latrine accommodation for four each as II. %  provided at some of the larger buildings. The facUltlM are made full use of at all the places, he said, but the greatest uemand is at present made on the Kensington site. That building tl tad Ihil year ami is In of the largest districts in the City area. Plantains Come kent horse and saddlery On November 17 at 4.45 p.m.. the Commissioner said that there will be a mounted display at District "A" and the mounted troqp will give anothei d the Annual Industrial Exhibition the centenary of which Is being celebrated this year Decree Granted In the Court for UvOKa ;' :, <' Matrimonial Causes yeatardaj Mi Honour the Chief Judge, Sir Allan Coliymore. pronounced < .-...line m ihe suit of A l.inlon {petitioner) and c. Lint n I Raw % pondenl) In thb Bill decree m past in ihh year, CoM ware allow* lower scale. 0\, 88 itatni ..i .rti.i oi plantalna ar* ion from St. Lucia the motor vessel "Daesweai be) were ..it mixed uptoasdjbag hatches of the "Dserwood' but the various 001 difficulty in getting their orders. On aacfa stein, few of the plantains bore the Initials of the consignee. The Initials wen lap into the fruit. Thi plantains, ripe but green, ere taken away from the waterfront by push carts. Within a ;k or so, they will lie on sale In the local market The "DaerwooaV' also brought 280 packages of fresh fruit. 27 stems of bananas and 10 pieces of from Arubu via Grenada, St. Vincent and St. Lucia. It is expected to leave Barbados on Sunday for Aruba via those same DOI NAKED MEN l> iM-ri.im ol !! %  Con H % %  Mil on Thuindav, Mr H A %  ., ikrd men and woman that conk I I wn on Ihr Iwncti mi ", i rtonatsb n mil ol Ihe n-port in nut IMT or tlrrdaT Grand Sessions Begin Monday After the fanfare of trumpets has died away in the courtyard next Monday morning, His Honour the Chief Justice, Sir AM u. Coliymore will begin the November sitting of the Court of Grand Steaion.s which has 35 cases on the Calendar. Three cases for murder are included. Other cases are as follows Attempted murder, 2; wounding willi intent, 1. Causing grievous bodily harm with intent, 3. Infllctis bodily hiiim 1. assault with Intent to commit a felony, 1; bestiality, 1; housebroakin^ and larcenv. 4; snopbrcaktng ami larceny, S; larceny In a oValiin^ house, I; larceny, 10; embetxiamant, 8; uttering a counterfeit coin, 1; larceny under the Pan Offloa Art L 1,500 BAGS OF RICE COME One thousand live hundred bags of rice from British OllU *.is Included In the cargo arriving in the island vesterday by the 74-ton schooner "Frances W Smith." Other cargo arriving by th" vi. ocas w Smith" wi %  IM b ig of charcoal, 41 tons of flrewooil and 355 wallaba posts. From St. Lucia, the "Mandal: II" brought charcoal copra and fresh fruit %  HOMESTEADCAN BE SOLD In the Court of Chance*] W ) :! ir the W 'iKMicellor. Sir Allan Colly mm granted an implication of the ptalni it ".i decree for op%  nd tale ol the proparty Itoueeteed and I two and two-tentni parehea •( H ii. EM Mich ol i.l the | lit o L B i! H 1 I '. Joh: Plalrtiff e>aa rcpresenleil by Mr. W W Ki instructCattle, Catl ad ^ Registrar hanile'l la t'lc %  :, *i:. %  N me property Bottle Washing Is An Industry Kvei y day in Bridgetown womet. wash while bottles. In a first floor room of McC.regor Street they sit and wash bottles, and the water often drips throutdi onto the lloor bagffssssB The bottles 11 pint) come in cartons. II • washers use two large tubs one to wash and the other to ring*. After cleaning the bottles ra rinsed and put to dry i fn-y n? afterwards parked into '. ie i ton and ready for dcllvi i > to the various merchants of the city for the purpose of bottling C. B. L. COMPFnTIDN 1. Do you want • CLEANER BRIDGETOWN? 2. The Advocate invites your EUggaadioni IB not more thjn '200 words. 3. The best BUggnatton to bs; received nol later than DCCCIHIMT let, wilt r e o a > v • S23.IHI. A n e I of three judges to be nO* nounced later will decide the winning entry. K n c I II s e attached Coupon with each entry. C. B. 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PAGE FOUR BARBADOS ADVOCATE SATURDAY. VOVEMBF.R. 4 19S BARR\DOS t. 1 — Arn'oonr. <— -1 %  4 I'JM t %  •-4if Her* (a il., BUI WhO'fl Who V ik-hircni.m Arlii of the million -. DIM WM • works ate top ill i isaem worth more than £1.000.000 transmissions, i tick, SHIPPING %  Bi tain h %  richaal ni..n and .vi.ui.nesi known millionaire 10-year oU Sir Jon:, Reeve* Ellerniiin, who., has been estimated al 148,000.000. .. also gives dark tad rack l.illmeir. wlm booses the 181.000 tons of ships m the Stanhope Steamship Com* pony. Up the hard way, with an /-.-a WOak start U "'I'"' bocf, Canadianj knew the effect she desired and verv successnong tlu III IftWr. HukiiiU. Hriryrlew. Ilunkiiiit %  feMiiitf— Ami Ol Coiirw. Iliillin v bit; (ha million-ins, witii rival Lord, no stiff uninteresting composition, but the o( banker* Morgan ^ treatment of subject by an artist who FOOD put youiiK Garlicld Weston among ^^ tullv HI-IUPVPH it world's rlohast am. With his ,uii * %  '" it world-wide chain Ot bakents he .. ,. ... i* L ,t tlactor Uakcr.' Al ,n '" end of nei l, e snc appears to have The brothers Rank—James; been attracted by the work of "L'ecote du Y<-..si\ exclusively Hour, ud J ,, „ ., Kt Arthur, who mixes in ulna—arol v,,dl —and especially the paintings of Matisse t-m miiiionatrea. d nd Dufy. scarcely a surprising event for an ,„.'• ] „;,.,..;,. %  l,vin K in Marseilles. • %  Fr,n,h s.„i.„ roOBSy Another millionaire by I and St'iU'gakse j;lows with the colours of SSSfiw TlS.'sokp 1 '^: • %  Sou* ="0 the rythm of this wor aTone iionakros. would single her out as an artist ol talent ana ;";':,.;'" A-n^:' " !" >* Her dramn K s-chiey porlraHs. !iian-bom Vcra Lilley, whose Bhow ;i sure, lirm hand and aTliscorniiig eye from paint and >'>? U( rk Hw two i, t hographs have distincNawaat milllonaireo are POOL ^ , %  ... us John and Cecili lion and a sure knowledge of this technique. MoonS, the Uttlewood brothers. I And Billy Butlin. the HOLIDAY It is to be regretted that there are not more iSVSSt nlZ2. """"" %  <* her watercolours so as to trace her developAnd there must be a millionmeni in this technique. Tlie style of "FlamIlillK ..; graftl in private h.m<1-Uice:.tcr, until February Ift when the State Orenfell. takes over hai Round I tlambar ot the rich men's clubs—Turf. Carlton. St. Jamee' ul and the impeccable Royal Tachi J— v£..-. Squadron. ,:. teel gains a millionaire— Slivcn Hardie. Glasgow hip breaker who becomes BocialW boss of Stale steel on l AVIATION has aud< man millionaires o( T II .1 hll rival. S WHO'S WHO Edited by FREDERICK ELLIS Tha Midlands ullgineei is sludde-i rlth men ot Tha Kulx-ry Owau Ira wills, tha TOBACCO family. i Wills--Lord Dulverton. ^.^ HOUSE RACING is slUl a clue nullions '" millions—Lord Dti WOlver1),,ke "' Nor olk a "d IHirothy — Sir I* U B C '' w hose millions come from 05,-a-wcvk slarl as onue ooy. ;— —'j :,.. rwirliPiii Sir r "* 1 '"*•* MUIIIHIIO mm* "" % % %  C-ARS make mUlionolres fast, wmpton andOS D ^" maKtfS the Whitneys ot Wall-itreet Top monev mil li Lord Nutiieid. >eninrci i>udR>. < ramBy hn i m aaaii a— fart batps -nc Wiii.am MoM, ol lh< b b "T^T*^ 'Z^^.l^mJr. astarmhatad by uaoUoo^Bul ne Wil shop. n ( has gtvan away £27,000.000 to chartt) Naxl tha Rootes Brothers, Sir William aai Sir RetlLnald. Harry Ferguson, the trnetor man . .. has a luwuH ouiMunding ngalii.-i ihe Fords rt iMftroit Tor £90.000.000. Furnitu Wife is a ntllionanroyal ears. ""HKVCLES brought Bit HsroU Bowclen of Ralclghs, into the 19s, S. class THo BBXWINO mUlloni ara wall known, with Lord Gretton ol Baa". Urd G cntanar> ^^g of CMt Md the Karl Oil PeWey, The lino Lord I'eel. Th-: haad rGuinw %  < oi wnw furnrtuia-mafcar, sir Herman ^ T„ K PRKSS H b — Th. and Spencer, Hue Wollton, who boyants" differs vastly from that of her Riviera pictures. The latter come as a shock to lluspectator. These are almost 18th century in their treatment. The warmth and colour of Mcntun and Cap Martin are admirably achieved by precise drawing and hold out—tlie GLASS MAKcarefullv arranged colour. ING Pilkington*. of Lancashire, and the Bristol busily Itoblnson, who own an £8.000,000 ohis PACKING PAPER firm. ihe COTTON reelsNOW WITH INTERNATIONAL PAINTS and get QUALITY with ECONOMY A PAINT FOR EACH JOB A JOB WELL DONE BT EACH PAINT. SEE US AMD BE INTERNATIONAl l\Vr\ A CO.. I.TII-AGENl'S. NEW YORK Worker! :tt one of America's top TV Arms %  nunKK.II £ 1,000.000 ..t goods a day. mainly furQlj lluCoin %  I I Th*-> own Ihe I., wussi irv. with iMtd Woollon ill lop TAILOKINO has Sir Montaguo Burl n. ll' "t.i.loiul i Lord Trent, family name Boot And the grocer*' stoips have Robi'it latiubury TIIK S1KELMASTEIIS uied to lie amimu tho very rich, hut steel millionaire!, are among the dying. There Is sllll Sir Jamoa LlthgOW, IIIE PRESS iboth rtcn r.n Th( FINANCIER, Charles noble. Our own Lord I* !" "' dole, and the bicceH PROPERbrook Is niiiong the 86. along with TY IWNKn ,„ Londoo, the Duke wl11 xl !" v to ask a machine instead of the ul UYsiinlnstei The American l ms s for a rise, Harry Houston, in charge Ml l>gan the hard way. S„„, ol rich men arc'Lorn ROttWrmera end Edward Hullon llulh an milling to the famil> new.spiiper fortunes. And selling their ncwimnpors, ennobled and enriched, the Smith family, with 1,231 news-stands To-day's head. Lord Hamblcden. ... And Biscuits Hankers are discreet %  bout ere is still Sir James LIthgow, your money—and their own. inn inee of ihe Clyde, both In ships l would put Lord Cowdnv.. of the powerful llrm of Laura'" woo became llrilish — Alfred i uh opened up "' '' u s,: 1 ilt Uumont Laboratories in New II i I'h. ,1,-Mau COPPER hell. And Jersey, announced that He; will start using I what he calls a statukl analyser. Cards fed nlo the machine list each man's special qualiklng of the Joel—llarrv. Hand. And lastly, the lady 1 UnftTOM hot millions with a spMlal ActLady Mounilaiien. "cations, his scores in various intelligence ^f£. r n "'llwr left her tests, and even his hobbies. When a Belter £1,400,000 In (rust ,, „,,.,, .... That's r>7 of them. There are'J OD ls available, Mr. Houston will just push others the duller ones They a button. Out will come the machine's first own lam! , among Lendon saqMB tlervlee '•'""' ''"' '"e vacancy. v,v.v.v,*.v.v.v,v.v,v,v,v.-,v-v.'.v.-,v-'.-,v.v,v< IN SPITK OF THE RISE IN PRICE OF— 1VOOM.LE1YS EARLY BUYING OF LARGE STOCKS HAVE KEPT OUR PRICES DOWN THE THRIFTY WILL SHOP NOW YOUR CHOICE OF WORSTED, FLANNELS, TROPICALS, GARERDINES, TWEEDS & DOESKINS DA COSTA & CO., LTD. DRY GOODS DEPT. %  • %  %  %  '•' %  %  '•' %  '.'.',' r '.'SS r ^\-'.'*'.V.',-.'.',' e ',v,V* t *'*V'VS.'S.'Sj' f Ol II III AIM II*. SAY. St. John Hyv Fund TO TinEditor, TinridtfoMH. sue. lb OrdM ol si Joho 1 i>I'.Hi.' I ., ,; 111 RarbwUM i loot iuu whtn 11 %  i luihe who MI I. n I' 1 Ii il ol UM S; John Ambulano BJ I %  i W Met Tlulir-l public ippMl made in UM "Amu...'. paper in May 194c, and ill the hind hai been kip il private don i Ui an eon %  fldent u will moot wn |antrous response. The Kv. Kuiiii ll I %  %  %  I (Of people who nan Hid iiilnd lo V them Suinehnn^ h.lj, || %  but In no i th to the'appUi Committee of the PamDy Welfare SoCMty kindly undertakes thi veaUfjltlon ol nil rase?. Durinc 1948 sixteen cafes were balpod, rourtaen "f ibam ro are young vants etc., some nre aldcrly. ltit all are to., poor to pay tor themselves, and thev nre flatplj grateful t> r BM hOUji The Bank Aooounl of the Fund Rank %  tha Hoi %  I fund at "Valerv" B< MRS. HOB1RT CHALLENOR. Koeiai $r#rrftutivn Tn Tli. Editor. The .4droeate. Silt, Tlif Notice of Motion before the Houaa of Assembly and youi editorial on '.,. %  nibjoct ol the DoUca of the ,.i Josfrt Souiii Crovernm •• NMI comprooi IIMV.IV with many vi Jta ruten InvoWod hut us an Indlviduul. mlttadly, would be seriously affected wtra Smith African prcnlucts to be banned frocfl Bai .mi.i like to pul forward ,,l VUVN "Inch. 1 hop.'. ., rational i; etal segregation, i practisett lust as assiduoiwU U Ot the WoiUI. ;ili is III South Africa As you know. ui.i New Zealand prohibit the antrj Of non-European immlk'rant.*. and Keti %  Boutham Hhodesia—both subject In rabstai o ihe conBrlttan Govornintntrnalntaln restrictive against tha natlvi t> • ur Caribbean lerritories %  i two or three Colo n ial with pronounced racial barriers. Govcn.niL-nt policy in many other parts of the World, there. ir to that being pursued thi present Smith African Government but no one has yet thai % %  in B should refuse to huv Australian, era c.s A ndlse South African exports to Barhndos in 1011* amounted to 111.333 If. II and to lid %  '"' %  h.ivt%  %  h African products, consequently, may Irritate bui certainly cannot intimidate the present South African (l"vt'i nmelSt. South Africa buys quantities of Ume I'roduet*, Dombnca, and Qren.!.ieiiti..i as arc Boutb I Barbadoa. the only South African i n dud that, .til factors i ted t.i our \ Unton*i ,. %  light on our own iii eean of Ihe Vmerteai | ming to handle Bovlel Rueslan cargoes. The IHIII. g| ihe re: Truman, who Unions concerned m of this interest', of the United States of America. On similar grounds, my belief is that Impi rvament In human relaUOM is .1 Slow and nll-toopoinful process which will not be hastened by acrimonious and retributive moasurcs Indeed, time and the patient %  aTorld is oui high and our be?! I %  Titos 6. urn. lown, 1050. Frivn,! Th.Edifnr. The AAvoeatt. SIR. -1Mr .1 H Will, %  sincere f T .I With calm simplicity he goaa about his business and always tries to do some good for the people. His latest ,.|Tort and achievement in Betting Ihe exemption from i ix.i'iim of houses of a rental value i. three dollars per month which under the law could be rated by the Vestries of the ishnvt i i eight dollars and over, must bring; JO) and relief to hundreds of poor people all over the island. As a matter of fact many persons who have paid taxes In the past on their small houses will Incomforted to know that the T'ustman will pass them next year as they will no longer be called upon to pay taxes on their houses the rental value of which Is less than eight dollars per month. Thanks to Mr. J H Wilkinson whose mlndfulness of the people caused him tu bring forward a bill to amend the Vestries Act of 1811 on Tuesday October 24. which lill received the blessing of the House. It was very nice of Mr. L. E. Smith. M.C.P.. to compliment Mr. Wilkinson for bringing the matter before UM House and although another member of the labour party almost attempted to throw eold water on this praiseworthy effort. Mr Wilkinson can be assured lhat the eyes of the people are wide open and their eara an 1 pricked and to him they give th praise and the honour for the relief which he has brought to them He has again shown that he Is not only %  of St-, Jamci but of the entire Island. May be Inng be spared in ..resent the people of Barbados in this loyal and %  umber. GRATITUDE. UM FOODS EU lee per lh Sultanas 40c per lb. Currants 34c per lb. Idns Kola Tonic $1.00 per Qt. Bot. v. i Sauce 11 06 per Qt. Bottle Hunters Steak .V Kidney Pudding 42c. per tin Hunter's Sultana Pudding 48c per tin Process* | i' %  %  i (larya sliet—36c per tin M..I dl Mallows 35c per pek Gold Braid Rum (3 ft old) $1.32 per bot. New Zealand Cheese 72c. lb. Danish Gouda Cheese $1.00 per lb. Dutchman Head Cheese $1.00 per lb. MEAT itvii.. Chickens, Ducks. Sweet Breads. Brains Tongues. Kidneys, Rabbits. Fillets Tripe, Liver. For Your XMAS PARCELS Guava Cheese in ti Mollaseji MI tins Sling in tins Pineapple In tins Guava Jelly in ti Fruit Juices in tl ORDER I. IM ) I \ HI) S


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SATURDAY. NOVEMBER. 4 MSO BARBADOS ADVOCATE PAGE THREE CARIBBEAN PREMIERE!! 5^.6. Li 1 OF ALL Motion Pictures! Quit Delilah learn the secret of Samson's strength ., .and betray him! SEEConfirm Decision 0 L Taylor and Judge J. W B. Chenerv of the Assistant ktrdaj gave judgement to Orlando Gons.ilves sgaiaal whom B<-i„( Green HiH hao Jt —Tn was lahn osi I'Mground* bfir Qjortwan. Their ntd The decision of Mr. A. J H. Hanschell. Judge'of • Couit Mi. Ward Presented Jea^amy OoagglWM mid rented %  shop nil lie uid that i the scales and %  rate. Je-in> nuui.rs For goods %  .MI him tor .. Si aanS] fcf I .. lo rent ad ) %  lac* payirg (.1 the money, the res* he i dueted. I | their
  • ot deduel the scales I AM MB* time. I claimed that it was arBOJWJ were to Lie rented at 10 cents a day and M .. am \ In addressuig tne judges. Mr. | that il was improbable .my would allow a man whom he had never known bel< M natal and show a fieo c! i IMMAI EGG j Samson fight a lion bare-handed, crushing the beast to death! I Samson, cha lenged, hurl to the earth the giant of all the hilistines! %  uuli Samson, armed with the jawbone of an defeat a host Tib, t < 16-Y.ar-Old HARBOUR LOG Ruler Abandons Capital THIS EtK. weigan tare* ounce* and auras nearly twice the length of 4in*ry MII'S e* it* owner U Hyra Oamer >f Daliw Hill, St. Michael A crow-breed Leghorn—Baode IUnd laid It. Letters Of Administration II.HOBkaw the Chief Judge, Sir Allan Collymure. In th< Ordinary yesterday gnntad ana petition for Letter* of Aiunmistidtiin and admitted %  ti the wills of seven i apple), The application tfranted was that of Margaret Alice Tudor of Hastings, Christ Church for Letters of Administration lo tbe estate of her busband. Kenneth Hamilton Tudor, deceased. Mr C. H. Clarke. ItjC instruct%  %  Mean, Carrington & Sealy itjmesenlod the petitioner. uncs of those whoso wills ware admitted follow: Margaret Cummins (St. Peter;; M.irv Aineli.i Gibbons (St. James); Malvlna Hlnkson (St. AimMaude ItciJ I Christ Church); Samuel L. Johnsmi ami Elvira Johnson (Si Bar) Elizabeth Jones :.St. Joseph). Yugoslavia—Chile Resume Diplomatic Relations BELGRADE. Nov. 3 A protoeol re-establishing diplomatic relations between Yugoslavia and Chile was signed yesterday in New York acroraing lo the Yugoslav Tanjug News Ag'i:.v (Chile and Yugoslavia broke diplomatic relaiiiyis in October 1M7 after two Yugoslav Legation official" had been expelled from Santiago on the grounds tha! they had fomented a coal strike) —Keuter. In Carlisle Bay 6> from page 1 m m mountain rangac thouaands of feet high. The Soviet Naw> Agency Taw sported in a massage iceeived u. London that the ninth Tibetan Ragtnv nt ret lo tha Chin—a Ann) entaring Tibet when it reachct; QOfth-aaat of the approachas of ihe Mekong River on October 11 Taaa which quoted a New China News Agenci correspondont In the 1e*d said that two Briton*, and two Indians were tn the battta al Changto ami lawaagagallnna were nnderwa> i .a arnai tbaaa foreigner* lire doing in the Tibetan Army." Paasrlajtni It* ittte bi Bmiiang Province near the Tibetan border, the Soviet News Agency %  raid daaaantan of the town had lei Ming Chaaaga %  en J ..rrounded %  d out north and w**st of the town.—Reutcr. awn* l M Taniua Sea well KMI\ U %  %  !>"• 1H-1IM" MelKins. BaHaara Km*. Ktn* !". KM! Set. ptiu* si.rV 8c w aene^aeli v. !" itsV.H-^ art uvrvi I aaatfei Sea Man M Lewta. Bch Moll> N *BKrVAl-S n*wKi. 14 ton as*, CBl WIMUII Abraham Ax thorn Pa*iii. Aawenwin. Betao %  •""" SOrhaM Abrmkam. Bmll. Sl.n.> l*h_r.m G-.i D-t. nin N.-m* AWU! rnti Corl WorteU. AI*-*HWI Caia Moy C**l>. AJIIMA Chui. HMbecl BWnipei. i-n'— %  ,„-,.„ MM. *.*SS ta-| j, |iirfc*n< !. %  !"•!-—1 sl -.-at **H*llen-. Sjas ton* %  ss u sjti < %  — c-r nSLfTt£*5 ajaaa N r . Cip*. Illlll" '"" ""* gian state now bens tlie title Prince Rcy.il — Realer. n.,-.iw* ^. U oe* "** In Touch With Barbadoa Conatftl Sution h'rWI< C-< *'-" %  % T.on, M llea* Pi inoi. f %  Dolabrilo. • 1 Slafla 0* l*r'>"S DeHI a. AmaHuia. e Hi S O Ho*""** • %  '."Xeii-r.RtH Uaassa kaaa I I At*.and< HP -anad,... ChWl-anaatan Truiaw. oM, a %  Orsaon *" %  Potaaii. • %  Alcwa Cavatin. Tr--n %  I Arlli e" AIM s'Din'er • > BeNa, I t Alcoa ftl'Wt. %  %  Lusann. n—fc... %  fthearmead. %  o. riancbw MH. EJ^alHlh (llllfllir I'-ll ll %  >• %  UrDrd Masa. I— Hal lock UII> r mstn IM.III-H 1.1 I V V Kail.. • %  C Oil M M.i ;r J O* rraiiea. MM B DO fMIHS r I W.naiu I MUM ANTIU1 VH4.I PeS*, Vrriwn Sy-e. Ho-awt .'* li| ragM HI iitu I,,.-, .IW.1IM„I i ., Raj oi run HiHI IIIAI )" %  IKHIUH rn. Mae %  • %  • %  1'-.. Will—, c. ta • Ml. Jama. ."I (wll, llann. t". William )-'. (an aWmart JKl> HHIIISH l.ltAfcA I iom Vearwoaa Ki.nil f —i) d v.iraorM Vr.nooo Bn.inM gUeon Leila, tuuiu Clun mtia.! Wvtatelseea. Slawa'a Wetaatltoa OBKMABA UNIVERSITY SWOENTS STRIKE B&tjWDA Nov. 3 Mi n UtBB aiOOO atudgfall Bruasels University Rtagad I *< minutes stnko t.-i. > Th* student* walked out sympaUiy with 70u stiident-. 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    1930

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    MORE SUGAR WANTED IN BRITAIN

    Barbados Cricket Board
    Express ‘‘Grave Concern”
    Over W.LC.B. Affairs

    "THE Board of Management of the Barbados

    Cricket Association at a private meeting on

    Thursday unanimously

    expressed its grave con-

    i

    cern over several matters in connection with the!
    affairs of the West Indies Cricket Board of Control,
    especially with the disbursements, allocations and
    other matters in connection with the profits
    eerived from the recent tour of England.
    Nr, J. W. B. Chenery moved the following resolution :
    “Whereas doubts have arisen as to the legality of
    the West Indies Board of Control in appropriating

    to itself £24,000. monies earned as a result of the
    successful tour of the West Indies Cricket Team,

    1950 and investing t

    hese monies by trustees, this

    Board therefore moves that proper steps be taken to
    seek clarification of the matter in proper quarters.”

    This was seconded by
    unanimously. The followin

    Mr. Eric Inniss and carried
    g were appointed a Committee

    to deal with the matter : Sir Allan Collymore, Messrs,
    J. W. B. Chenery, E. L. G. Hoad and John Goddard.

    New Greek
    Government
    Sworn In

    ATHENS, Nov. 3.

    The new Greek Government
    under the Premiership of Sopho-
    cles Venizelos was sworn in this
    morning.

    The new Government will be

    presented to Parliament early next
    week.
    Venizelos handed in the resigna-
    tion of the old three party Gov-
    ernment yesterday after a dispute
    with the Populists, the third party
    in the coalition.

    Ministries headed by Populists
    in the previous coalition have pur-
    posely been left unfilled so that if
    they are cleared of allegations
    that they scandalled Venizelos, he
    may bring them back into the
    Cabinet.

    The split in the old three party
    Government was the climax of a
    violent campaign in some news-
    papers against the Populist party.
    They said that a man named Den-
    drinelis recently arrested for the
    alleged embezzlement of the equi-
    valent of tens of thousands of
    pounds sterling in Piraeus port
    was a Populist “henchman.”

    They said he had financed the
    party’s electoral campaign and
    the party newspaper which is run
    by Thaos Tsaldaris, son of the for-
    mer Populist Deputy Prime Min-
    ister. (There were two Deputy
    Prime Ministers in the old Cabi-
    net).

    Tsaldaris, senior, sued one news-
    paper for libel and the verdict is
    expected next week.

    —Reuter.

    Type Already Set
    For Shaw's Last Book
    LONDON, Nov. 3.

    Bernard Shaw’s last book is
    believed to be a history in verse
    of the village where he died,
    Ayot St. Lawrence.

    The book which has _ already
    been set up in type, is illustrated
    with his own snapshots of tue
    village and has as its title: “Ber-
    nard Shaw’s Rhyming Guide to
    Ayot St. Lawrence.”

    ‘ —Reuter.

    Tibet’s 16
    Abandon

    As Reds





    { The

    following members were
    present: Sir Allan Collymore, Kt.,
    (President), Messrs F. A. C. Clair-
    monte, J. M. Kidney, T. N. Peizce,
    S. O’C. Gittens, E. A. V. Wil-
    liams, E. Inniss and W. F. Hoyos,
    (Hon. Secretary).

    The President extended a
    hearty welcome to Mr. John God-
    dard as this was the first occa-
    sion he had attended a meeting
    of the Board since his return
    from England.

    The minutes of the last meet-
    ing of the Committee were con-
    firmed and arising out of the
    minutes, it was decided that the
    Dinner which was to have been
    held in honour of Barbados repre-
    sentatives on the West Indies
    team along with Messrs Clair-
    monte and Kidney should be
    postponed until sometime during
    the forthcoming Intercolonial
    Tournament between Barbados
    ond Trinidad which is to be held
    during February, 1951.

    A letter was read from the
    Secretary of the W.I.B.C, stating
    that £2,000 would be given to
    ‘the B.C.A, provided it was used
    to provide additional accommo-
    dation at Kensington. It was de-
    cided to accept the offer with
    certain reservations,

    Provisional dates for the Inter-
    colonial Tournament between
    Trinidad and Barbados to take
    place at Kensington Oval are,
    First Match ta, start on 15th
    February and the tour will end
    on 27th February, 1951.

    Two Lines From

    Moscow
    MOSCOW, Nov. 3.
    Moscow newspapers carried

    without comment to-day a two-
    line message from London an-
    nouncing the death of the veteran
    British playwright George Ber-
    nard Shaw,

    Shaw was the sole contempor-
    ary British dramatist whose plays
    are staged in Moscow.

    Two of his plays “Pygmalion”
    and ‘“Widowers’ Houses” which
    the Russians renamed “Slums of
    London” are at present running

    here.
    —Reuter.

    -Yr. Ruler
    s Capital

    Advance

    NORTHERN INDIA, Nov. 3.

    DALAI LAMA, the 16-y
    was reported to-day to hav

    ear-old priestly ruler of Tibet,
    e left the capital, Lhasa, with

    his cabinet as Communist troops advanced to within 150
    miles of the city. Authoritative reports reaching here
    said he had gone with his Cabinet and the Regent, Takta

    Rimpoche, to an “unknown



    Pakistan Prepares

    destination”.

    They indicated that a political
    , “change-over” had oceurred in
    Lhasa but no details .vere imme-

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    diately available.
    The Chinese Government an-

    To Stem Invasion
    nounced on October 14 that Com-

    |
    SYDNEY, Nov. 3. ni : ; ; f
    s : ere munist army units had been
    Mr. K. Nasrullah, Whip of the | ordered to advance into Tibet

    East Pakistan Legislative Assem=|.;,. free : Tibetans fro
    . +s o free 3,000,000 Tibetans from
    bly said today that Pakistan's) (imperialist oppression and to con-

    aa oe ead alts up tO|colidate the national defences of

    ahuea" frontiers | China’s western corner.”

    ' ; ‘ China claims suzerainty over
    The Chinese advance into Tibet | Tibet, the “root of the world”

    had placed Pakistan “in grave |cijte which borders on China and

    danger of invasion,” he said in an
    interview.

    If that happened, “we will fight
    inch by inch until the last man”,
    he said and added that a Com-
    munist invasion of Pakistan would
    lead to the third world war. Nas-
    rullah is on the way to New Zea-

    land for the Commonwealth
    Parliamentary Association Con-
    ference later this month.

    —Reuter.

    LCE.T.U. Protes
    Tibet Invasion

    BRUSSELS, Nov. 3.

    The International Confedera-
    tion of Free Trade Unions tonight
    protested against the Chinese in-
    vasion of Tibet. Another resolu-
    tion adopted by the Conference
    after a 3-day session here urged
    the United Nations Assembly to
    reject its Political Committee’s
    recommerdation for the admis-
    sion of £ : to its
    agen’ &

    : le

    lIndia, under an = agreement
    |reached in 1720.

    | A Press Trust InGia correspon-
    }dent in Peking, the only non-

    | Ce mmunist newspaperman there,
    reported at the time that the 14
    year old Panchen Lama, rival for
    spiritual and temporal leadership
    of the ‘forbidden land of monks”
    was preparing to leave China for
    | Titer.

    He was believed to have been
    lliving in Western China with a
    group of Communist advisers and
    \“a provisional Tibetan Govern-
    ment.”

    Earlier reports in Kalimpong
    ‘had suggested that the Dalai Lama



    ‘might take refuge in one of the
    Himalayan states of Nepal or
    Bhutan where the Bhuddists rec-
    ognise him as their spiritual
    master

    But rumours that the boy ruler
    had bought a bungalow in Kalim-

    ;pong itself were not confirmed,
    The latest reports of the Com-

    im nict edvance indicated consid-
    progress atong tortuous
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    SOME OF THE HORSES for today’s races are here seen getting the “fiinishing touches” in the cool and

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    quiet of the Paddock yesterday afternoon.

    ARREST WIFE OF
    DEAD ASSASSIN

    NEW YORK, Nov. 3.

    Mrs, Carmen Torresola, 22-
    year-old wife of Griselio Torreso-
    la, killed in the attempt to assas-
    sinate President Truman, was
    taken into custody last night, it
    was learned today.

    The woman had been the object
    of an intensive F.B.I. search since
    her husband was killed cutside
    Blair House, the President’s resi-
    dence, on Wednesday, It was
    reported that Mrs. Torresola, who
    was taken to the Federal Women’s
    House of Detention, might be
    charged with conspiracy to injure
    the President.

    President Truman paid an un-
    expected visit today to the two
    White House guar who were
    shot down in blocking the attempt
    to assassinate him on Wednesday.

    As Truman walked the blocks
    from the White House to the
    hospital, a Secret Service man
    walked close beside the President,
    two more flanked him and two
    were elose behind, . .

    A car with other Secret Service
    men followed slowly. —Reuter.

    Tito Congratulates

    Pres. Truman

    BELGRADE, Nov. 3.

    Marshal Tito has sent a tele-
    gram to President Truman saying:
    “Allow me Mr. President, to con-
    gratulate you very warmly on
    your escape from the unsuccessful
    terrorist attack against your per-
    son.”

    No official congratulatory tele-
    grams have so far been reported
    from other East European coun-
    tries, .

    27 Died In Puerto
    Rico Revolt

    SAN JUAN, Puerto Rico, Nov. 3.

    Twenty-s.ven people have died
    and 51 have been wounded in the
    anti-American revolt in Puerto
    Rico evcoriing to official figures
    issued to-day. A total of 224 peo-
    ple including Nationalist and
    Communist leaders are being held
    for investigation.

    Casualties in the five-day old
    revolt were: Nationalists: 17 killed
    12 wounded. Police: 7 killed, 21
    wounded, National Guards: One
    killed, 12 wounded.—Reuter.

    Killing Is “Fine”
    Says Murderer Of 10

    BRUNSWICK (BRITISH ZONE)
    GERMANY, Nov. 3.

    Rudolf Pleil charged here with
    10 murders told a court to-day
    that killing is a “very fine feel-
    ing.”The defendant, a 26 year old
    former policeman, locksmith and
    soldier refused to-day to describe
    in public his first murder.

    The court was cleared while he
    gave details of the killing of 37
    year old Mrs. Miehe in 1946 near
    the _Anglo-Soviet zonal borders.
    He told the coust that it gave him
    “complete sexual satisfaction.”

    Her husband, 56 year old civil
    servant Hermann Mieh told the
    court to-day that “I did not recog-
    nise my wife at first. Her face







    was completely smashed.” He
    said he later identified her feet.
    Reuter.

    LIFE SAVER DROWNS

    (‘om Our Own Correspondent,

    PORT OF SPAIN, Nov. 1.

    Chaguanas, Trinidad, member 0:
    an excursion party lost his life
    while attempting to save a woman
    bather at Icacos Bay, Cedros. The
    woman was rescued by other
    people.

    Solomon Paul, a canefarmer of|



    November Thieves

    Steal

    FOR THE FIRST TWO DAYS in November thieves
    have made hauls totalling $299.00 Thefts include jewellery,

    ham and eggs.

    From the restaurant of The Barbados Aquatic Club,
    which was broken and entered between 11 p.m. on Wednes-
    day and 8 a.m. on Thursday, $18.00 in cash and a quantity
    of ham and eggs valued $25.54, were stolen,

    REDS BAN
    SANTA CLAUS

    BERLIN, Nov. 3.

    Toy manufacturers in the
    Soviet zone of Germany
    have been forbidden to pro-
    duce Christmas angels or
    Santa Clauses, the West Ger-
    man Die Welt newspaper
    elaimed today. Instead they.
    have been told to manufaec-
    ture dolls with blue shirts
    carrying blue flags in imita-
    tion of members of the Com-
    munist Youth Organisation
    of Free German Youth




    (F.D.J.), the paper said.

    —Reuter.

    T.U.C. Make Fina
    Appeal In B.G.

    (From Our Own Correspondent)

    GEORGETOWN, Nov. 2.

    The Trades Union Council, to-
    night ordered workers to resume
    work on Saturday morning.

    Semi-official sources’ here said
    that the Governor at the Confer-
    ence emphasised that the strike
    was illegal and declined to give
    any assurance that the workers
    will not be punished ngcone ia
    the law. He further declined to
    give any assurance that there will
    be any advance in payments be=
    fore the Committee’s report or
    that any increase will be retro-
    spective from April.

    The Governor pointed out that
    he is unable to anticipate what
    the Committee will recommend,
    The Governor later consulted with
    the Executives who it is learned
    supported the Governor's action,
    Meanwhile public services are
    crippled with pitiable scenes at
    the hospitals particularly. Small
    craft are doing a good trade car-
    rying people across the Demerara
    and Berbice Rivers. The shipping
    is also in a strangle-hold.

    "Rodney" Leaves B.G.
    - Without Unloading

    (From Our Own Correspondent)
    GEORGETOWN, L.G., Nov, 3

    The C.N.S. “Lady Rodney” left
    early this morning without un-
    loading cargo as
    workers are still on strike.

    BULGARIA
    WOOS EXILES



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    Another thief entered the Pen-
    tecost Mission Room at Marshall
    Gep between 7 p.m, on Tuesday
    ard 10,10 a.m. on Wednesday and,
    left with an electric clock and
    four chairs, total value $33.

    From Messrs Harold Proverbs
    & Co. at No. 1 High Street $27.12

    in cash was stolen within 15
    minutes, '
    The St. Giles’ Girls’ School at

    My Lord’s Hill was broken’ and
    hentered tween 4.15 p.m, (on
    /Wedaesday and 8.15 a.m, on
    Thursday and ai quantity of
    clothing and a sewing machine
    stolen, The total value of stolen
    articles is $89.38.

    A quantity of jewellery valued
    $75 was stolen from the home of
    John Penny, Navy Gardens,
    Christ Church on Thursday while
    a pair of counter scales were re-
    moved from a shop at School
    Gap, Hindsbury Road, on the
    same day.

    Between 3.30 p.m. and 7.30
    p.m. on Thursday a_ pocket
    watch was stolen from the home
    of Alphonso Hampden at Thomas
    Gap, St. Michael.

    Fourteen dollars in cash was
    stolen from a room at Burton's
    Funeral Parlour at Pinfold St.
    between 6.50 am. and 6.30 p.m.
    on, Thursday.

    A smart thief removed $7.06
    from, Seymour Arthur’s pocket
    while he was asleep at his shoe#
    maker’s shop at Tweedside Road
    and 6,30 a.m.
    on the same day.



    North America
    Lit Up By Meteor

    OTTAWA, Nov. 3.
    A brilliant light—apparently an

    extraordinarily large meteor
    streaked across the skies of a
    wide area of Eastern

    Quebec and a northeastern portion
    of the U.S.A., on Thursday night




    Ontario, South

    Advocate

    UN. Will Join
    To Resist

    | Aggression

    FLUSHING MEADOWS,

    The vote

    two abstentions, The new



    part of their
    readiness for
    national army.

    The plan provides;

    1. For calling the Assembly to-
    gether at 24 hours notice
    when the Security Council is
    prevented by veto from
    checking aggression, The
    vote on this was 52 to 5 with
    one abstention

    2. The establishment of a Peace
    Observation Commission of
    fourteen which will keep an

    forces
    the

    national
    use in

    eye on the world’s trouble
    spots. The vote on this was
    57 to nil with two absten-
    tions.

    3. To invite all members to
    earmark part of their nation-
    al forces for use to put into
    effect recommendations of
    the Assembly or Securi-

    ty Council, The vote was
    45 to 5 with 7 abstentions

    4. To set up a Collective Meas-
    ures Committee of fourteen
    to study the whole problem
    of collective security. The
    vote was 49 to 5 with 3 ab-
    stentions,

    5. A declaration that effective
    peace also depends upon the
    observance by all nations of
    the respect for human rights
    and fundamental freedoms
    and on the establishment of
    economic and social well be-
    ing in all countries. The vote
    was 54 to nil with | absten-
    tion,

    Assembly President Nasrullah

    Entzaam of Persia said, “It is not

    only the most important resolution

    before the Assembly but perhaps
    the most important resolution
    which different assemblies have
    nassed since the setting up of the

    United Nations,” “This resolu-

    tion is known as ‘Uniting For

    Peace’.” It is for us to justify that

    fitle—to show the world that we

    are united for peace.” —Reuter.

    Red Threat
    To Cut Off U.S. Lines

    TOKYO, Nov. 3

    U.N. troops shortened their
    lines in north-west Korea today
    as a fierce Communist counter-
    attack threatened to cut off ad-
    vanced American and South
    Korean lines,

    In the Unsan area, the hardest
    hit target of the day, the Air
    Force claimed 600 enemy troops
    casualties and the destruction of
    17 tanks,

    Taking the North Korean front
    as a whole, the United Nations
    were still on the offensive, a
    spokesman said.

    He would not comment on re-
    ports that Chinese Forces were in
    action, though he said he hoped
    to do so soon,

    But he added that Northerners
    were drawing reinforcements from
    Koypean “and other sources.”

    The Unsan-Taechon area where
    Communists were counter-attack-
    ing, lies about 49 miles from the
    Manchurian border.

    The thrust was reported to have
    reached a point near Kunuri, the
    Korean Military Head-
    quarters, less than 49 miles from
    the captured Northern capital

    The occurrence gave rise to|p . . ;
    , . 4 — yorgyang. Apparently attackers
    wild reports of all description] pjanned to cut off United Nations

    among thousands of residents who} Forces

    saw it,

    To-day astronomers
    that it was a meteor, placidly set
    about the business
    reports
    indicate just how large the meteor

    of collecting jof
    which eventually would |rescue

    north of the Chingechon

    River and some units were re-

    confident | ported already outflanked,

    Strong
    Unsan
    the

    enemy resistance west
    thwarted attempts to
    trapped regiment of

    the United States First Cavalry

    unite in future to fight aggression.
    was 52 to five with
    plan
    invites all member nations to hold
    in
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    FROM WEST INDIES

    (From Our Own Correspondent)

    Novy. 3
    United Nations Assembly in an
    historic vote decided to-day. to

    LONDON, Nov. 3

    HE recent improvements in Britain’s over-

    seas trading and financial position have led to
    a growing demand for an increase in domestic

    sugar allowances and the abolition of sweet ration-
    ing. This theme will be pursued in Parliament

    next week at question

    time.

    Three M.P.’s, representing both the Government and

    the Opposition benches wi

    ll raise questions with a view

    to obtaining from Mr. Maurice Webb a statement on the

    possibilities of obtaining i

    nereased sugar supplies from

    Colonial and Commonwealth territories, particularly the

    West Indies.

    Do you want a CLEANER
    Bridgetown? Join the C.B.C.

    and win $25.00. See Page 5.



    Churchill’s Plan

    For Discussion

    ROME, Nov. 3.

    At an unofficial meeting, mem-
    bers of the Committee of Minis-
    ters or the “upper house” of the
    Council of Europe decided today
    to discuss Winston Churchill's
    proposal for creation of a
    European army byt to take no
    decision on it.

    It was understood that Britain's
    Ernest Davies representing For-
    eign Minister Ernest Bevin, did
    not press his original demand
    that this subject be dropped from
    the agenda of the Committee of
    Ministers meeting here tonight in
    a four days session.

    But Robert Schuman and Count
    Carlo Sforza of Italy agreed that
    he Committee would take no
    jecisions on the proposal sub-
    nitted to it by the Consultative
    Assembly of the Council of Europe
    epresenting a cross section of the
    "Parliaments of 15 Western Euro-
    ean countries,--Reuter,

    U.N. Troops Face TODAY’S TIPS

    (By Bookie)

    Li—FAIR SALLY
    NAN TUDOK
    HALOWEEN

    1D UCHESS
    WILMAR
    BLUE GRASS

    2.10—TANGO
    COLLETON
    APRIL FLOWERS

    1 45—ELIZABETHAN
    INFUSION
    GUN SITE

    $.20-—-FAIR CONTEST

    FLIEUXCE
    (OAT CAKE or WATERCRESS)
    1.00—FLAME FLOWER
    SOPRANO
    USHER
    1.40—DULCIBELLA
    KENDAL FORT
    FIRE MIST
    515—LAND MARK
    SUN QUEEN
    ABILITY

    “Britain is taking all the
    sugar the colonies can produce
    until the end of 1952,” said Mr

    A. E. V. Barton, West India
    Committee Secretary this after-
    noon.

    “Production in the West
    Indies undoubtedly could be in-
    creased to send more sugar to
    Britain but what = producers
    there have to bear in mind is
    that the new quota system comes
    into operation after 1952. ft
    would be no use their planing
    increased production with the
    knowledge that in less than
    three years there would not be
    such a large market in this coun-
    try.”

    Parliamentary questions are
    provisionally scheduled for Mon -
    day and Thursday.

    What Plans?

    On Monday Mr. J, Harrison
    (Labour) will ask what are the
    Food Ministry’s plans for in-
    creasing supplies of sugar to
    make things easier for house-
    wives and what ig the position
    regarding increased supplies
    from Colonial and Common-
    wealth sources

    Later during tre same after-
    noon this question will be
    echoed by Mr. G, Nabarro (Con-
    servative) who wants to know
    what arrangements are in haad
    to obtain additional supplies from
    Jamaica,

    On Thursday Mr. Gaitskell, Sir
    Stafford Cripps’ successor at the
    Treasury, will be asked by Mr
    C. Osborne (Conservative) to
    clear up a third aspect of
    Britain’s sugar supplies problem.
    Mr. Osborne wants to know:
    “What extra dollars would be
    required to purehase the addi-
    tional sugar necessary to end the
    sweet and sugar rationing.”



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    TELL THE ADVOCATE
    THE NEWS
    Ring 3113 Day or Night.

    BS THE ADVOCATE
    PAYS FOR NEWS.







    Around The Corner
    From Anywhere

    \

    was, what parts of the country it|Division, “put another Regiment |
    affected, and how rare it might|was reported to have fought its
    way hack to United Nations lines.

    United Nations Forces, regroup-

    The welter ot early reports in-jing after 48 hours concentrated



    waterfront | dicated that thé phenomenon was}Communist attack, were prepar-

    seen within a radius of at leastjing to defend the bridgehead
    150 miles, and that it lit up thatjnear Anju just inland from Sin-
    area like daylight. It was seenjanju on the west coast.

    at Utica, New York and startled
    a motorist at Quebec City so that
    he stopped his car suddenly.

    —~Reuter.

    | op

    Québec is nearly 300 miles from
    Bulgaria’s National Assembly Utica. The brilliant light had its
    has proclaimed pardon for anyone |!mmediate reaction in telephone
    who fled abroad illegally and who| calls to newspaper offices, the
    returns within One month from |police and anybody who cared tc
    now, Sofia radio reported to-day, | listen, Radios blazed with fantas-
    It does not apply*to men in the |tie reports.
    armed forces, but it covers civil-
    ians who helped them to leave.
    (Bulgarian political refugees

    LONDON, Nov. 3.

    People thougm it was lightning,
    a fiying saucer, an atomic bomb,
    reported in Turkey,

    Greece and|the most persistent rumour, a

    Yugoslavia in the past few years), rocket flare set off by the Royal/ Soviet American husiness.

    —Reuter, ‘Canadian Air Force.—Can, Press.

    posed. to Communism have been jan exploding aeroplane, or as was | Gromyko

    U.S. Ambassador In Moscow
    Calls On Gromyko

    : MOSCOW, Nov. 3.
    Admiral Allan G. Kirk, United

    States Ambassador in Moscow
    today called on M. Andrei Gro-
    myko, Soviet Deputy Foreign
    Minister

    An American Embassy spokes-
    man said Admirai Kirk visited
    by appointment to
    discuss the routine of purely
    —Reuter.

    French Troops Fighting Back

    SAIGON, Nov. 2.

    French troops’ after abandon-
    ing ‘their important fortress
    Laokay on the border between
    Indo-China and Cuina were to-
    night fighting off rebel attacks
    10 miles to its rear.

    The Laokay garrison battalion
    and half French, Algerian, and
    Vietnamese troops began to

    withdraw cn Wednesday. A_ tried by every means to destroy
    French spokesman said that the French garrison including
    evacuation ended “favourably” one of Chinese and Vietminh
    yesterday with no casualties volunteers were trained in the
    To-day Vietrninh insurrection- Chinese border state of Yunan,

    aries attacked the French rear- a spokesman said,

    guard at Cambuong—a small

    village, about 8 miles to the They were regular battalions

    southeast, strongly armed with automatic
    Nine rebel battalions which weapons and mortars and sup-

    ported by mountain artillery.
    Three more were from the
    Vietminr Peoples Army prob-
    ably locally recruited from’ men
    familiar with the rugged moun-
    tains around Laokay, The Frenen

    withdrew . after a counter at-
    tack on Tuesday had lessened
    Vietminh pressure.

    -~Reuter



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    PAGE TWO







    IS EXCELLENCY the Gov
    ernor and Mrs, Savage will
    tour the offices, station id
    housing scheme of
    Wireless on Fri
    10th.
    The tour begins at 9
    a Visit to the Company’: ising
    scheme at Highgaie, They il
    be met there by Mr. A. G. L
    Dovgias, Divisional Manager of
    Cable and Wireless who will
    actompany them on the tour
    They will afterwards visit the
    Cable Stations, St. Lawrenc
    Boarded Hall Transmitting

    Station and Carrington Receiving
    Station,

    After the tour His Excellency





    the Governor and Mr Savage
    wil) be entertained to a luncheaot
    party at Sam Lord's given by ths
    Divisional Manager. Also present
    will be Mrs. Douglas. Mr E. 3
    Bennett, Manager Barbados, Mt
    and Mrs. E. H C Robinson, Mt
    and Mrs..C. * V. Lawson i
    Mr. end Mrs March-Penny

    Speaker Returns

    r. K, N. R. HUSBANDS
    Sneaker of the House of
    Assembly returned from Englar
    on Thursday = afternoor i
    Trinidad by B.W.I.A., accom-
    panied by his wife ,
    Mr. Husbands was in Envla

    e opening of the New House

    Sommons
    Leaves This Mornine
    J BAVING this morning by the
    B.W.I.A. Charter flight [~
    Trinidad to connect with the
    TC.A. weekly flight to Canada i
    Mr. Norman Mitchell, Manage:
    of the Oc@an View Hotel
    Mr. Mitchell expects to be
    away for one month. Besides
    visiting Montreal and cther part
    of Quebec he will also spend a
    shert time T the US
    For The Races
    R. ALEC CHIN,, Trinidad
    turfite, Mrs. Chin ane
    arrived from Trinidad
    by B.W.AA. on Thursday for the
    races.

    B.W.I. Delegation
    @ IR GEORGE SEEL, K.C.M.G.,

    Head of sa dere and
    Welfare in the West Indies, Mr
    F, L. Walcott, M.C.P., MM
    E. S. S. Burrowes, Labour Com-
    missioner and Mr. Roe are due
    to leave here this afternoon by

    for
    of

    B.W.I.A., for Trinidad en route
    to the U.S.

    form a delegation from
    the B.W.I. to the U.S. with a
    view to fostering the employment
    of West Indians there.

    George will head the dele-
    gation, Mr. Walcott will represent
    the’ other B.W.I. territories in
    ‘tthe Eastern Caribbean, Mr. Bur-
    rowés will act as adviser to the
    delegation and Mr. Roe will be
    its Secretary.

    Mre

    .

    FTRINIDAD-BORN Dr. Noble

    Sarkar who returned to

    Trinidad last week has been ap-

    ig. to the San Fernando Hos-

    *p Fernando. His wife Dr.

    Sarkar, also a Trinidadian

    en appointed as Radiograph-

    7 atthe X-Ray department Colo-
    nial Hospital Port-of-Spain.

    BY THE WAY —— By Beachcomber a

    HERE is to be a Landlords’
    Who’s Who. Mr. Bertram

    May, who is editing it, hopes to
    get the full set of 76,000 publicans

    (complete with photographs) col-

    lected soon.

    We are somewhat startled. atl
    reading this, because for the last
    20 years we have been working
    om g Barmaids’ Who's Who and
    we hope that Mr, May isn’t wasting
    hip time,

    To put him on the right iine
    we print a few typical entries
    Jones, Snowy (Miss); The Smakes

    Pipe of Cheltenham. Birthplace,

    Portsmouth. Answers to the

    call of “Miss.” Blonde, 13 stone

    4 lb, Bit shaky on the measure

    but listens well to stories of

    misunderstood husbands, Hobby;
    judo,

    Sparkray, Annie; Ginger Pig, Bury
    St. Edmunds, Birthplace, Ports-
    mouth. Blonde (up to last Sat-
    urday), 14 stone 3 ozs, Generous
    on measure but loves cats and
    baby-talk. Avoid subject of

    ——



    Rupert and the Castaway—39 | | ::



    When all the wood has been
    dragged up to the highest point of
    the island the little people gather
    round to see what happens next.

    “Flow will you start the fire ?
    Fiave you any matches? "’ asks
    Rupert. ‘* No, indeed I haven’t,”’

    9 We must do it

    1ys the sailor.
    Choosing

    ~» old fashioned way.’



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    Ground Floor EVANS
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    BARBADOS ADVOCATE

    Noisy Prince Charlie

    (By FRED DOERFLINGER)
    LONDON,



    unlike her
    sleep

    does not dfop off io
    immediately. He has a





    ROY AL FU N Noisy Prince Charlie of Edin- me with his teddy bear and the
    burgh has been given a new| Play Is sometimes noisy, De
    night nursery at Clarence House} the admonishment of
    » that baby sister Princess Anne| Helen Lightbody
    get her “beauty sleep.” | Royal Entertainment
    Until Princess Elizabeth took} Again at 10 p.m. when Princess
    her two children to Scotland fo | n has her last feed an¢
    t vaation a few weeks ago} vies is “Lifted”. the futurc
    Chares and Anne shared fhe! zg ¢f England on occasions
    ani night nursery: at the! 'coipes a little royal entertain-
    Edinburgh's London residence. ment and can be hedrd roaring
    But Charles, who will be two} ommands at his toy soldiers on

    Ga Novembey 14, is so “full cf
    ginger’ and so inclined to gret
    the dawn with all the exuberance
    cf a rooster that he has often
    »rcke@n* his baby sister’s rest,

    | the shelf or bouncing about in
    his cot

    Charles 1s on the whole a welt-
    behaved youngster and is kept
    firmly in hand by Nanny Light-

    Queen Elizabeth, visiting dis-|body. But he is, nevertheless,
    ab’ed service men’s workshops vi | “all boy’ and Princess Elizabeth
    Dundes, said: wants him to be natural

    “We have been kept extreme:, She considers that continual

    attempts to keep him completely
    quiet because*of Anne would not
    be particularly conducive to the
    relation-

    lively with Prince Charles duri.>
    our holiday at Balmoral. He
    ust into everything.”

    He goes to bed at 6 p.m—th:|proper _ brother-sister
    time as his. sister—but|ship. Charles might resent his

    ‘same : q
    - a bit in time.
    Bonnie Prince Charles has

    ister
    Accurate Story Sy

    « os . erefore keen moved to a de-

    ¥ = doe tite ae ies’ shee | nee now room wit . view
    A, of St. James Park where he can

    to be shown at the Aquatic Club] j>¢ |; is his royal wish, “raise a

    Cinema, would hardly give an:
    me a clue that it is an accurate
    story cf the lives of the famo
    rente Sisters; Charlotte wh
    wrote “Jane Eyre”, and Emi!
    who wrote “Wuthering Heights.”
    tis film would greatly inter
    est school children who ear¢
    doing or have done eithe® ©
    hese two stories.
    |

    —

    little cain” at night.

    Princess Anne will be able to
    sleep quetly and undisturbed in
    his old night nursery, in his old
    cet and with his gay animal pie-

    tures on the wal
    Both children continue to share
    | ne day nursery. which is part
    nursery suite on the secon
    —iI.N.S.

    the
    joor

    of Clarence House,





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    Elizabeth in

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    4 BIG SHOWS TODAY: 9.30 A.M, & 1.30 — 4.45 and 8 30 P M

    has a

    Charies¢ spot of fua with his mother Princess

    grounds of Clarence House, their London home,

    Highest Since 1864






















    About the Annual Bazaar

    PLAZA Theatre m= OISTIN

    i of “7ESTERDAY Bridgetown w
    ‘WENTY-SIX posters have exceptionally t : It ra
    Hah anit La tate enate } . suey. was TODAY 5 and 8.30 P.M. AND CONTINUING
    een Submitted for the poster “Planters Day in town.” One of ‘a N te 4}
    competition advertising the An- these gentlemen talking over Oc- , bs i a al Ag

    nual Bazaar. Most of them were tober’s rainfall with me, said that | “HOMICIDE”

    old







    cone by the girls of Queen's record books on his estate With ROBERT DOUGLAS ~—:— HELEN WESTCOTT

    College, St Winifred’ and showed that last month's rainfall . *

    Codrington High School They Was the highest for the month of } MIDNITE MATINEE TONITE (Sat, 4) — THE BIGGEST YET
    are to be displayed shortly in October since 1864, | Johnny Weissmuller in “TARZAN AND THE MERMAIDS"
    the leading stores, hotels st “ 9

    clubs. First prize went to What They Say About Us! and Tin Hat in “MESTERIOUS DESPERADO




    PON being divorced, native
    Negro couples on the West

    King of Queen's College; gona
    Prize went to the poster done }»y





    four girls in the fourth form a. Indian island of Barbados divide TT ‘
    xt -Winitred’s School and Third their possessions and property | GAIE Y (The Garden) ST. JAMES
    prize was won by B. Cole of so equally that sometimes the SATURDAY — SUNDAY — 8.30 P.M, : MAT. — SUN. 5 P.M.
    Queen's College, usband even saws the family —Warner’s Exciting Thriller |!!!
    >» in two ¢ akes hi a JOEL McCREA VIRGINIA MAYO i
    The first Annual Bazaar was ae ee ht eRe ee 8 A



    “COLORADO TERRITORY”

    PLASH | MIDNITE MATINEE (WED, 8TH)
    LWO BIG WESTERNS !_! (Monogram Thrillers!)

    Gilbert ROLAND as Cisco Kid in “GAY CAVALIER”
    an arti¢le, “Keeping up with the j ss
    World,” by Freling Foster, which ee eee OF TRY ae

    this bazaar 2Ppeated in Colliers Magazine
    Sept. 30th, 1950), SS === ————E— =
    AQUATIC CLUB CINEMA (Members Only)

    Sept.
    All a Flutter
    TW HE latest Zodiae (Cable and
    MATINEE: TODAY AT 5 P.M.
    TONIGHT TO MONDAY NIGHT AT 8.30

    Wireless) staff magazine to
    reach Barbados shows that their

    PAUL LUKAS :o: BETTE DAYIS) :o: GERALDINE FITZGERALD

    in “WATCH ON THE RHINE”

    in 1835. They were mainly heli then boar :

    in Queen's Park, but for the past ants ded Up BY Me Opel.
    two years they have been held at oppo
    the Drill Hall. This year the
    Bazaar takes place on Decembei
    2 at the Drill Hall.

    The funds from
    go to help the occupants of an
    old ladies home which has been
    in operation since 1825.



    vay with him, These open seu |
    and the structures are re-| it

    to as divorce houses.’

    paragraph is included in

    NS





    Company has made one and three
    quarter million pounds from Janu-
    1949 to March 1950,

    The large number of Bajan me
    local greengrocer, Answers to boys who work for C. & W. are With Lucille WATUOR ce, Beulah PPNPE — George COULOURIS
    “Toots,” “My fair neat-fingered gaid to be all a flutter! Can it be Dee ee scene







    ” or “Sparkie.” Hobbies;| at long last that there is some The only word is INCOMPARABLE for acting so inspired .
    about local greengrocer.| hope of more profit for them? for a Story that fills so completely the human heart !
    Spragg, Aggie; The Stoat and}
    Sewer, Walthamstow Birth- ® 5 § Ww ORD
    place, Portsmouth Blonde (at
    roots), 8 stone flat (very). Bad
    on measure, knits, disappears,



    clock watcher, can’t hear, hates
    people, has her own trouble
    Hobbies: her own troubles TW si 2 h
    =
    fashion Cabble oO nig t
    “Fo alter-dark . glamour. the
    newest dress are to be
    the most exciting yet!” writes atter the
    Pinkie. ‘We shall hfve the choice

    of the mermaid line, the lampshade |
    line, and flying panels with bustle |
    backs offer endless possibilities.”

    A devotee of the mermaid line

    RACES



    we recently met: always brings su -® way iE hone be gain to oe
    her own papier mache rock to} usea 1p) nae thin” (2
    ; seins g 4 You Heed water to go this, (7)
    sit out on at coming-out balls.) | )."Suhisument any sweeter when oa pee 2
    And as the unfortunate gir! | ctininistered with this? (5, 4) ypecia “wnner ce
    cannot sing well she carries a| Get on this for the mark, (8) .

    m i ei » @ihall Kina of deer. (3)
    in her bustle » Bret reference to wet weather ?
    - (1)
    ‘ aba neds of running water
    (8)

    built-in gramophone

    at

    CLUB MORGAN

    is city oes exceptional inte:
    (4)
    between 4 and 6 p.m. (3)

    lig once
    ueliy
    tf t ‘8 there ts little room left

    i ney nave different meant to
    sourmands and soldiers, (9
    Vown
    1Sit'Upset Ie oan ees Pee RG
    he outer way, (5) Listen to The CLUB MORGAN HIT PARADERS
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    + \ain ron Vhis Buddhist beatitude, at 8.15

    Ship with a ist is, (8)

    © Instead of money tend bone for
    a change, (8)

    ‘ Over this is behind time, (3)

    ? A jetter trom the port leaves you
    with @ salad plant, (B)

    0 yesreoue mineral used as a gem,
    (6)

    t Attempts (6)
    Hear you have a rodent. (4)

    and hear a sample of the Peppiest Swing Music
    in the Caribbean

    with
    ARMSTRONG

    a log of soft wood he scoops a he
    in it With his ¢lasp knife. ‘Th
    he finds and cuts a peg of

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    SATURDAY NOVEMBER 4, 1950

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    MEMORIAL SERVICE

    (From Our Own Correspondent)
    LONDON.
    A Memorial Service for Lord
    Hailsham, Président-of the West
    India Committes, was held in

    London last week. Mr. James Du)
    Buisson, Chairman of the West
    India Committee, Mr. A. E. VY.
    Barton (Secretary) and Lieut.-
    H. M. Daysen attended. |



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    Judge G L. Taylor and Judge Sch. Enterprise S., Sch, Laudalphia,| Phyllis Abraham, Brian Abrahsan, Inhal
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    ~~ A, resterday av Sch. Phyllis Mark, Sch werdene, Sch. | Licharam Gidwani, Derothy Wheweil aR.
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    Jéssamy lent him ‘the scales and were doing in the Tibetan Army.” S8. Brush, 715 tons net; Capt ; FOR TRINIDAD ; ‘1's TINY —but loaded full of volatile, nose-clear
    the show ease. Jessamy gsubse- Describing this battle in Sin-| Jacovsen, for Trinidad o45 tons nets | Guistons Malay, Bile Ole: ee ‘Now, unscrew the cap, and put the tip t Vicks |
    c y ¢ = Gonsa S$ r 5 nieniiheus asi + hate $8.8. Aicoa Polaris, 3.9%) ‘tom Morris, Marjorie Dick, William Crag- ’ . » oer ne oare
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    rent, Gonsalves sued Jessafhy for said defenders of the town had) In Touch With Barbados peer Be :
    joney afler he had got af- fled before advancing Chinese | * POR BRIN GUIANA A ‘ .
    ac x advancin se Ena Ogle, Florence Year ‘ = i
    pther shop to rent and ih fhe pay- troops and had been surrounded{ Coastel Station cna | Youmans stn’ Waneeeh, wee fay 0! VICKS INHALER
    ing of the money, the rent he and wiped out north and west of TBceragyt rs fhe less (West Inginunicate | Zwbott, Eileen Leila, Matilda Chin,
    owed was deducted. THIS the town.—Reuter. with the following ships through their ee Weisselberg, Renata Weissel- ore
    EGG weighs three ounces and ee Burbados Coast Station:— a Se = :
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    | Their Honours asked why when | 22 ordinary hen's egg. Its owner is Bel lan s.s. Maria De Lerringa, 5.8, Alexandros Rey, Bernard Crosby, Eileen Smith
    | Jessamy was deducting the shop = Jee Sameer of Dalkeith £ Ss Corizis, ¢.8, Elenid, s.s Argentina se Grok CA CUAERA i
    |r i : 3{ ot 1 A ~br. 'e.s. Amakura, #5, Nueva Andalucia aura Gi ante prutia
    rent he did not deduct the scales : chael, cross-breed } A : >
    ; Leghorn—Bhode Island 1 s..« N. ©. Rogenas, 6.5. Geiruty, 5.5 ~ - ‘
    and show rent at the same time. aid it. t jragus s, Rufing, 6.8, Mount Davis. °
    | elebrate bsi.. RES Joost | UNIVERSITY STUDENTS You'll enjoy the
    Jessamy claimed that it was ar- Y la ° e Crowborough Hill, 8.8, Canadian Chal- G :
    os is fe sielan- a — e ~ erger. nad Cruiser, s.s. Gas- . =
    | ranged that the scales were to ugos: via Chile BRUSSELS, Nov. 3. j sons, 4 ae jor ae Alcoa BRUSSELS, Nov. 3 ay @ ry
    be rented at 10 cents a day and x s For the first time since the} Polaris, s.s. Alcoa Cavalier, #5. Texas More than 2,000 students at “i L ss ‘O »
    the show case at a penny. Resume Diplomatic war flags were hoisted through- oe? s nanbebs, 8.5 Eepaseno Brussels University staged a 90 os " 7
    out Belgium today to celebrate} Moros’. at Reece “Esso | minutes strike today Ps ,
    I sS r “oo . s.s. Colombie, 5.6. Gascogne, 5.5 Esso |] minutes strike today. a rae a
    In addressing the judges, Mr. Relations tne birthday of King Leopold Avil, 8.€. Alcoa Pointer, §.s. Schie, The students walked out in BisCUITS
    Ward, said that it was improbable Third. s.s. Alcoa Patriot, 5.5 sag 8.5.1 sympathy with 709 students at ~~ F
    jthat Jessamy would allow a man BELGRADE, Nov. 3. On August 11 without abdica- es geod oa ue agar Gembloux University who have
    whom he had never known before] A protocol re-establishing dip- | U8 King Leopold delegated his] Dei Mar, s.s. Guifvird, s.s. Nidardal,| been on strike since October 26 ast 8 > : st]

    ? : g@ dip eae 3 baked in Bonnie Scotland
    to use his scales and show case|lomatic relations between Yugo- {ull constitutional powers to his] s.s. Rio De Ls Fay as. Mommanngrs. in protest against an order sup- a nai
    free of cost. slavia and Chile was signed yes- | 20 -year-old son Prince Bau 2 RES ya eget Senate, henes. SS] pressing certain ‘traditional cus- at the Sunshine Biscuit

    terday in New York accoraing to}douin who was head of the Bel-| 5's" Cavina, s.s. Stugard toms. —Reuter. Bakery Glasgow where
    the Yugoslav Tanjug News| gian state now bears the title gs
    $s s ’ ars itle | ——— ————_—_—— eats weceaennnmenenom na
    Agency. P Prince Royal good biscuits have come
    ) Letters Of Booed oa Yugoslavia broke —Reuter. from for over 90 years.
    iplomatic relatiqns in October

    1947 after two Yugoslav Legation
    officials had been expelled from
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    His Honour the Chief Judge, ente
    Sir Allan Collymore, in the PF SECRETS, 8.0 ee
    Court of Ordinary yesterday * |FLUSHING MEADOWS, Nov. 3.

    The United Nations General As-
    sembly to-day condemned the
    “wilful refusal” of Bulgaria, Hun-
    gary and Rumania to fulfil their
    obligations under the peace trea-
    ties.

    granted one petition for Letters
    of Administration and admitted
    to Probate the wills of seven

    people.

    14 Days For
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    A decision of ‘Acting Police
    Magistrate, Mr. G. B. Griffith,
    was varied yesterday by Their
    Honours of the Assistant Court
    of Appeal Mr. G. L. Taylor and
    Mr, J. W. B. Chenery.

    The application. granted was
    that of Margaret Alice Tudor of
    Hastings, Christ Church for
    Letters of Administration to the
    estate of her husband, Kenneth
    Hamilton Tudor, deceased.

    Set

    By a vote of 40 to 5 with 12 ab-

    stentions the Assembly endorsed
    recommendations by its special
    Political Committee on the obser-

    vance of humans rights and fun-

    Mr. C. H. Clarke, KC. instruct- Mr. Griffith had sentenced|damental freedom in the three
    ed by Messrs, Carrington & Sealy} Arthur Jones of Dayrelis Road | countries.
    represented the petitioner. to six months’ imprisonment In the debate before the vote,

    with hard labour when he found
    Jones guilty of having begged
    alms while he was on Broad
    Street on November 1. Mr.
    Griffith also deemed Jones an
    incorrigible rogue, but Their
    Honours sentenced him to only
    14 days.

    Jones had 11 previous convic-
    tions for vagrancy.

    The names of those whose
    wills were admitted follow:
    Margaret Cummins (St. Peter);
    Mary Amelia Gibbons (St.
    James); Malvina Hinkson (St.
    Andrew); Alice Maude Reid
    (Christ Church); Samuel L,
    Johnson and Elvira Johnson (St.
    Lucy); Mary Elizabeth Jones
    (St, Joseph).

    Mr. Benjamin Cohen, United
    States delegate, said the trials of
    Cardinal Mindszenty in Hungary
    and of protestant churehmen in
    Bulgaria had only highlighted the
    persistent conduct of the Govern-
    ments of these countries and _ of
    Rumania, to stifle all expression
    of independent thought or opin-
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    ; AND AGAIN | The Art Of
    Caro Gill

    THE Memorial Exhibition at the Museum
    of paintings and drawings by Caro Gill was
    long overdue. This Barbadian artist died in

    943, as the result of privations endured

    luring the German occupation at Marseilles
    | Where she was living. Miss Gill has studied
    | art in Montreal, New York, Italy and Paris.
    | Her work clearly shows her cosmopolitan

    raining in a variety of styles and treatments.

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    legislature is to act as a brake on hurried
    and ill-considered legislation. In recent
    years there has been widespread criticism
    of the Legislative Council and the fact that
    it has co-equal powers with the House of
    Assembly, but on Tuesday last the Coun-
    cil confounded its critics and upheld all
    that its exponents have claimed for it.

    In a manner that sensed of panic, the
    Government introduced into the House of
    Assembly the Natural Gas Corporation
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    safeguarded, but by the manner in which
    the Natural Gas Corporation Bill was rush-
    ed through the House of Assembly, it may
    well be felt that that body has abdicated
    its right to be regarded as the guardians of
    the island’s purse strings.

    The Natural Gas Corporation Bill became
    necessary as the result of the refusal by the
    British Union Oil Co. to accept a lease of
    the gas wells in lieu of cash compensation.

    am ings and three drawings of this period of her
    > work of lively interest. Although attracted
    by this “Movement” she did not abandon!
    composition or perspective, nor did she use
    crude celour, Her use of colour is always
    | restrained and in her paintings she achieves
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    can Mary Cassatt.

    the influence is obvious. This picture, how-
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    less, the Company intended to cease opera-
    tions. The Company’s Solicitors gave as
    the sole reason the fact that the Govern-
    ment failed to provide adequate protection
    of the reservoir.

    The facts given by Mr. Petrie were not
    available to members of the House of
    Assembly and by appealing to the Barba-
    dians’ dislike of monopolies the Bill was
    rushed through the House without ade-
    quate consideration or investigation.

    The Government of Barbados now are
    in the position of being willing to accept a









    assets worth more than £1,000,000
    —the real yardstick.

    SHIPPING gives Britain her
    richest man and youngest known
    millionaire—40-year-old Sir Joha
    Reeves Ellerman, whose fortune
    has been estimated at £48,000,000,

    Shipping also gives dark and
    handsome Jack Billmeir, who
    bosses the 181,000 tons of ships
    in the Stanhope Steamship Com-
    pany. Up the hard way, with an
    8s.-a-week start as office boy.

    CARS make millionaires fast.
    Top money man is Lord Nuffield,
    the William Morris of the “bike”
    shop. He has given away
    £27,000,000 to charity. Next
    Rootes Brothers, Sir William and

    the 4

    transmissions.

    WHO'S WHO
    Edited by
    FREDERICK ELLIS

    eS

    The Midlands engineering belt
    is studded with men of millions.
    The Rubery Owens of Wolver-
    hampton and the Dockers — Sir
    Bernard Dudley, who makes
    everything from sporting guns to
    royal cars. Wife is a n@llionaire,

    00. :
    BICYCLES brought Sir Harold



    Newest millionaires are POOL |
    PROMOTERS John and Cecil}
    Moores, the Littlewood brothers. |
    And Billy Butlin, the HOLIDAY}
    CAMP kind, They were printers, |
    he a hoop-la stall keeper. |

    And there must be a million- |
    aire Wills, the TOBACCO family. |
    To-day’s Wills--Lord Dulverton.

    HORSE RACING is still a clue
    to millions—Lord Derby, the
    Duke of Norfolk, and Dorothy
    Paget, whose millions come from
    the Whitneys of Wall-street.

    Family businesses are fast being |
    exterminated by taxation. But!
    two hold out—the GLASS MAK-)}
    ING Pilkingtons, of Lancashire, |
    and the Bristol family Robinson,

    }at work. Her two lithographs have distinc-

    tion and a sure knowledge of this technique.

    It is to be regretted that there are not more

    of her watercolours so as to trace her deveiop-
    ment in this technique. The style of “Flam-

    boyants” differs vastly from that of her
    Riviera pictures. The latter come as a shock

    to the spectator. These are almost 18th
    century in their treatment. The warmth and
    colour of Menton and Cap Martin are ad-
    mirably achieved by precise drawing and
    carefully arranged colour,





    EARLY BUYING OF
    HAVE KEPT OUR

    LARGE STOCKS

    PRICES DOWN

    THE THRIFTY WILL SHOP NOW

    YOUR CHOICE OF——

    WORSTED, FLANNELS,

    risk which businessmen in thal Dare Sir Reginald. Bowden | ~ Raleighs, into the wh 0, own ak 28,00, 000 alan

    field have, refused to accept. the Lepisia- Harry Ferguson, the tractor “6 BREWING millions are well * “fe; Nereis TROPICAL ABERDINES
    ee Sa : man has a lawsuit out- . The BRE renee re King of the COTTON reels—

    ture is in the position of being asked ae standing against the Fords ot known, with Lord Gretton of Bass, 7 O14 Glentanar, boss of Coats of} . ’



    ® e
    a blank cheque without any assurance, |r roit for 290,000,000. and the Karl of aes hice Paisley. The lino Lord Peel. The | Mechanical Selection
    that the money be well spent. Furniture head of Gunaess ing at isky furniture-maker, Sir Herman
    The more that the dealings that have THE shopkeepers make millions oa Nie ductor wat Cameronian ttl i aot ae NEW YORK. TWEEDS & DOESKINS
    i f oil in Barbados —if they have a lot of shops. A is both rich and ar, a é ood. ea
    %

    sion created that the Government acted in
    a hasty manner, without taking into con-

    and Spencer, Isaac Wolfson, who
    than

    sells more

    £1,000,000 of
    goods a day, mainly furniture, and

    brook is among the 86, along with
    brother Lords Kemsley and Cam-

    Clore, and the biggest PROPER-
    TY OWNER in London, the Duke
    of Westminster. The American

    will soon have to ask a machine instead of the
    boss for a rise.

    ¢

    Harry Houston, in charge
    y . ba ad ‘ : Raa yn yose. All began the hard way. who became British — Alfred| , as. .
    sideration the vast implications of the deal the Gobana eee ea: oon, “Sons of rich men are howd Chester Beatty, who opened up|! the staff at Dumont Laboratories in New DA Cost A & co LTD
    they were so blithely entering into. The | own the Lewis's Stores, with Lord pothermere and Edward Hulton. ¢),6 Rhodesian COPPER belt, And «s .

    Woolton at top.



    Both are adding to the family

    Jersey, announced that he will start using

    i i e to be paid in compen- = , a Joel—Harry, a king of the!

    Sen rigs ng and sitisnate bas Bice eee ee cate ee Teaweiapet fortunes. apers, Rand. what he calls a statukl analyser. Cards fed DRY GOODS DEPT.
    ¢ rton, ailor o aste”, eir newsp: Sy astly , : Z ; $ : :

    been given by either Government spokes- | chemists Lord Trent, family ne ee ananek. the Smith ae or gine Erna. ee into the machine list each man’s special quali-

    man but it is certain that the sum mn te name Boot. Ad the grocers’ ShOPS family, with 1,239 news-stands. special Act—Lady Mountbatten,| fications, his scores in various intelligence

    : E ave Rober ains ’ . A. y 4 has : 4
    wee eae ener < seh dete “THE STEELMASTERS used to TO-day’s ae eh es eder whose grandfather left her! tests, and even his hobbies. When a Better
    run the risk of s are 400, st.

    have paid dissipated in this unseemly
    manner. :
    It may not be possible to escape at this
    stage the payment of compensation but
    steps must be taken to ensure that the
    reservoir of the gas wells thus bought shall
    be adequately protected. Towards this end



    be among the very rich, but steel
    millionaires are among the dying.
    There is still Sir James Lithgow,
    Prince of the Clyde, both in ships
    and steel,

    St. John Eye Fund

    OUR READERS SAY:

    Bankers arediscreet about
    your money—and their own. But
    T would put Lord Cowdray, of the
    powerful firm of Lazards, among

    Raeial Segregation
    To The Editor, The Advocate,

    That’s 57 of them, There are
    others—the duller ones, They
    own land.

    London Express Service





    tate but certainly cannot intimi-

    date the present South
    Government. South

    Africa buys

    job is available, Mr. Houston will just push
    a button. Out will come the machine’s first
    choice for the vacancy.





    about his business and always tries
    to do some good for the people.
    His latest effort and achievement

    African

    . ; : | : antities Lime or ots i i 2 i

    s, the Legislative Council should amend the To The Editor, The Advocate, SIR,—The Notice of Motion Sercwncel Spic 4s ans S ee ee, Oe Seon te

    i C6) a ae . "Ae, saat 4 le pene ‘Assembly and a » Spices fror ominica, taxation of houses of a rental
    Bill giving to the Natural Gas Corporation SIR,—The Order of St, John before the House of Assembl) Trinidad, ‘St-Vincent.and Gren- ati Tires doliet 1
    the power to call upon any Licensee to Eye Fund has been working in your editorial on ‘the subject of ada. value &. three dollazs per month

    cease operations if it be shown to the satis-

    Rarbados since 1944 when it was

    the policy of the prosent

    t
    South Inconsequential as ar

    which under the law could be

    e South

    shea 7 ‘ Afric: rernm<( rt jeal ¢ so : 7 rated by the Vestries of the island,

    ’ . ; started by Lady Bushe who was African Governm rt jeal compre Atrican ¢ Reha ve Sees rated by V

    faction of the Corporation that the gas then President. of the St . van hensively with many 91 tbe factors es . ria eee that eee, inaeaved to eight dollars and over,
    ir i i ° ¢ * bet involve: as ¢ individuz we € . s ring -

    reservoir is being adversely affected. Ambulance Brigade Barbados Dis- involved but as an_ individual, reason why we buy any South must bring joy and rele to, hun

    The Licence given to the Gulf Oil Com-
    pany was given subject to any regulations

    who, admittedly, would be seri-

    dreds of poor people all over the

    trict. The first public appeal was
    made in the “Advocate” news-

    ously affected were South African

    African product is that, all factors
    considered, it is best suited to our





    island. As a matter of fact many







    Db oc oo Sa products to be banned from Bar- aad oe ma es Cee aet persons who have paid taxes in END
    made under the Petroleum Act or any pee aay ssi ens tom bados, I would like to put forward ee cee a hehe ‘the past on their small houses will i : bf
    * . . > as S c s 5 , : via hic! ope . w « CF ee =
    Acts which might thereafter be passed, ayomioeial “Erivate: reer la my point of view which, I eee, admittedly ‘slight—on- our own i comforted to know that the wo
    and the Licensee would thus be bound by An appeal for funds if once ny Eat in arriving at a ration: standard of living er oe a eae ted M
    sat : ‘aire ‘ nian: Mh aand Pee : ouLcomes ‘ ; a Many of your readers will re- as they w o arsh Mallows 35c per
    such a provision. Only in this way can the note necessary, and we are con- Racial segregation, in fact, is clamor taaleensht Boeeneoe the upon to pay taxes on their houses FINE FOODS x

    interests of the people of Barbados be ade-

    uately protected, It is improbable that
    the Government would regard as sufficient
    the covenant which was proposed to be

    fident it will meet with
    ous response,

    The Eye Fund is Island wide,
    and its object is to provide glasses
    for people who cannot afford to

    a gener-

    practised just as assiduously in
    many other parts of the World, as
    it is in South Africa, As you know,
    Australia and New Zealand pro-
    hibit the entry of non-European

    American Unions declining to
    handle Soviet Russian cargoes.
    The policy was varied at the re-
    quest of President Truman, who
    persuaded the

    the rental value of which is less
    than eight dollars per month.
    Thanks to Mr. J. H. Wilkinson
    whose mindfulness of the people
    caused him to bring forward a

    Raisins 16c per Ib.
    Sultanas 40c per lb.
    Currants 34c per lb.
    Idris Kola Tonic $1.00

    $1.32 per bot.

    New Zealand Cheese
    72c. 1b.

    Danish Gouda

    . . 4 Ap Unions 2 : x
    given to the B.U.O.Co. by which it was pay for them. Sometimes help is immigrants, and ie Bes that restrictive ota tr toe bill-to amend the Vestries Act of per Qt. Bot. Dundes Te ae
    stated that the lessor would “as far as given for treatment of the eyes, Southern Rhodesia—both subjec nature did not serve the interests 1911 on Tuesday October 24, which Worcester Sauce $1.06 $1.00 per Ib

    : ; ; but in no case i sy giver in substanital Gegree to the con- of the United States of America bill reeeived the blessing of the per Qt. Bottle eae
    practicable having regard to the rights and lirectly ; be one Sangy Sees trol of the British Government— On similar grounds my beli of House Hunter's St k i 4

    ’ interests under any existing licence or Fenton jhe “applicant, fy. he maintain restrictive measures js that improvement in himaan re rg aed ‘Pudding a eae MEAT Dept.

    | lease or under any licence or lease which Society kindly undertakes the in. geainst the native population. —jations isa slow and. all-too- ee ee eee ae ;



    may hereafter be executed—take such
    measures as the lessor in his absolute dis-
    cretion shall deem fit to safeguard the
    reservoir of natural gas.” One cannot but
    doubt the seriousness of the Government

    vestigation of all cases

    During 1949 sixteen cases were
    helped, fourteen of them receiv-
    ling glasses Some are young
    people, dressmakers, domestic ser-









    Even in your Caribbean territories
    we can find two or three Colonies
    with pronounced racial barriers.
    Government policy in many other
    parts of the World, therefore, is
    very similar to that being pursued



    painful process which will not be
    hastened by acrimonious and re-
    tributive measures. Indeed, time
    and the patient work and prayer
    of sympathetic, enlightened men



    Smith, M.C.P., to compliment Mr.
    Wilkinson for bringing the matter
    before the House and although
    another member of the labour
    party almost attempted to throw
    cold water on this praiseworthy









    Hunter’s Sultana Pudding
    48c per tin

    Processed Peas

    size) —36c per tin



    Chickens, Ducks,
    Sweet Breads, Brains
    Tongues, Kidneys,
    Rabbits, Fillets
    Tripe, Liver,

    (large

    B ; and women all the World is i his
    ¢ Y vants etc, some are elderly, but by the present South African high eae tee ree ee effort, Mr. Wilkinson can be For Your XMAS PARCELS
    oe putting forward such a covenant as con- all are too poor to pay for glasses Government but no one has yet understanding amongst peoples . assured that the eyes of the people Guava Cheese in tins
    stituting a valid safeguard. themselves, and they are deeply suggested that we in Barbados THOS. B. HULL. _ are wide open and their ears are Mollases in tins
    The Legislative Council has acted wisely grateful for the help given —s ee * ex, Soeeatr Bridgetown, pricked and to him they give the Sling in tins _
    in referring the Bill to a select committee The Bank Account of the Fund ‘nt lhantte oe ae . 2nd November, 1950 Patch he hee Lona ‘ote lee fet dee bag
    ea 3 + > r ahha scuMinee. Tint 1e é se. "hs vhic > has b c em. tuava Jelly in tins
    and it is to be hoped that they will take the Drape Saal ee a South African exports to Bar- one Friend has again shown that he is not only Fruit Juices in ion.
    opportunity thus provided to examine this Goes ae rer : bados in 1949 amounted to te Editor, The Advocate, a representative of the parish 0 a
    important piece of legislation as ee } £11,333, 15. 0. and to the entire __ SIR.—It myst be regarded that of St-James but of the entire RDER TODAY from
    Pp et Sea Be ec Ae Donations may be sent to me, British West Indies, I am sure, Mr J. H. Wilkinson, M.C.P,, is island. May he long be spared in 1
    thoroughly as it deserves and in a way in he rary Secretary & Tre they would not have exceeded real statesman and a true and good health to represent the peo- (; () ) ) A R D q
    which the House of Assembly was unable urer of the Ord - of St. J £50,000 in the 1e year. Any sincere friend of the people of all ple of Barbac . this lovek and
    =] Pune Valery”, St. M ( 6 rohibition against uth Africa Se sland ient chamber . ) }
    3 o do, : é ael 1 sse ien mbe1 , :
    r ’ MRS. ROBERT CHALLENOR products, consequently, “may irri- With calm simplicity he goes GRATITUDE. eel

    Gold Braid Rum (3 yr old)
    SATURDAY, NOVEMBER, 4, 1950
    FIRS ANE LANDS AT SEAWELL
    Next Week's } IRST PLANE I ae AT SEAWELI



    Mobile

    Cinema Shows |

    HE MOBILE CINEMA wil

    give four shows for next!
    week. Thursday, being a Bank-
    no Dex |

    Holiday,
    formance.

    there will

    The first show will be a private
    one at the St. George’s Almshouse
    for patients
    there. On Tuesday a performance
    “The Home”
    Agricultural Station yard and on
    Wednesday, one at Redland Plan-

    on Monday night

    will be given at

    tation yard, St. George.

    The final performance of the
    week will be given at Boscobel
    Boys’ School pasture on Friday.

    These shows begin at 7.30 o’clock.

    LODGE OF SORROW will be

    held by Composite No. 10,
    L.U.O.M. at the Mechanics Hall,
    118 Roebuck Street, at 3.30 o’clock
    tomorrow evening in memory of
    Richmond Estwick.

    HE FIFTY-NINTH ANNI-

    VERSARY of missionary
    work done in this island by Rev.
    Sarah Antoinette Esterbrook will
    be celebrated tomorrow. Although
    Rev. Esterbrook is getting old she
    has been taking part in the activi-
    ties of the Court Free Baptist
    Church at Whitepark Road.

    At this Church Morning Wor-
    ship and Evangelistic Services will
    be held as usual and Christmas
    gifts for children will be received
    from donors,

    Mounted Police

    Patrol Country
    Districts

    Twenty-th ree men

    N.C.O.s and constables consti-
    tute the strength of the mounted



    branch of the Barbados Police
    Force, Col, R. T. Michelin, Com- |
    missioner of Police told the}

    “Advocate” yesterday. |

    The men are placed at all the}
    district stations in the country |
    and they patrol the rural areas |
    which would be difficult for men}
    on foot to get to in their tour of |

    duty. |
    Col. Michelin said that the!
    men are an extremely useful

    unit to the Force and take pride
    in the condition of their horses,
    their saddlery and equipment
    On ceremonial occasions, they
    use scarlet saddle cloths with the
    letters B.P.F. in white embroid-
    ery in the corner; these on the!
    well groomed horses with lances
    with their pennants flying, make
    a very colourful picture.

    All the horses used by the
    mounted troop are imported from
    Canada atid are very fine animals,
    Each mountec! man is given a
    horse which remains with him as
    long as he is attached to the |
    mounted branch,

    The mounted policeman starts
    his career as an ordinary police-
    man and goes through the same
    training. He has to serve for a
    period of years on foot duties be-
    fore he is taken on in the mounted
    branch. He then takes about two
    months to learn to ride and look
    after his horse.

    Cleans Stable

    His work starts from six o'clock
    in the morning looking after the
    grooming of his horse and the
    cleaning of the stable. He then
    does three hours mounted patrol
    in the town and in the night, a
    similar period on foot patrol.

    In the country, the mounted
    man does six hours at one stretch
    on account of the bigger areas he
    has to travel.

    The mounted policeman has the
    same off duty period as the foot
    policeman, that is, one day off
    every week. In addition, he gets
    his annual leave of two weeks
    and incidentally, his horse also
    goes on two weeks’ annual leave
    and is brought to District “A” to
    be turned out to graze at the rid-
    ing school during the day.

    Every year, the mounted men
    with their horses have to come
    from all the out stations to District
    “A’ for two weeks’ training. This
    is now in progress and the train-
    ing this year is under the super-
    vision of Sub-Inspector Major of
    the Trinidad Police Force.

    At the end of the Course there
    is a silver cup to be competed for
    and this will be awarded to the
    N.C.O., or constable who is the |
    best horseman, and has the best
    kept horse and saddlery

    On November 17 at 4.45 p.m.,
    the Commissioner said that there
    will be a mounted display at;
    District “A” and the mounted;
    trogp will give another display at|
    the Annual Industrial Exhibition
    the centenary of which is being
    celebrated this year

    Decree Granted

    In the Court for Divorce and
    Matrimonial Causes yesterday His
    Honour the Chief Judge, Sir Allan
    Collymore, pronounced decree ab-
    solute in the suit of A. Linton
    (Petitioner) and C. Linton (Re-
    spondent), In this suit decree nisi





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    airliner “Kolibrie”’ was the,

    first air mail ship to touch down at Seawell Aerodrome. It |

    arrived here on Wednesday

    mile flight from Trinidad in seventy-five minutes.

    fight was an experimental o
    and taking off conditions at

    Seawell aerodrome was not yet

    fully completed although th
    runway itself was finished an
    smooth. As a matter of fac

    Seawell could only be describe:
    as a landing ground, for ther:
    was no shelter there nor was
    there anywhere for the aeroplane
    crew to get a wash or even a
    drink of water.

    Hundreds of visitors that in-
    cluded many leading local person-
    alities and officials were at Sea-
    weil, to witness the arrival of the

    j ‘plane. Tumuljtuous cheers greeted

    its appearance overhead and at
    11,10 a.m. it taxied along the run-
    way and definitely placed Barba-
    dos on the air map of the world.

    Captain Andre De La Porte who
    piloted the ‘plane here was pre-
    sented with a pretty bouquet by
    charming Miss Carmelita Vascon-
    cellos, daughter of Mr. M. A. Vas-
    concellos, a merchant of Para-
    maribo, Dutch Guiana.

    She was one of a party of Dutch
    visitors who were holidaying at
    the Hastings Hotel and who took
    the opportunity to join the Barba-
    dians in their welcome.



































    Passengers

    The passengers included Mr.
    L. F. Bouman, Manager of the
    West Indian section of Royal

    Dutch Airlines, Hon. H. A, Tyler-
    Smith, Director of Works and
    Transport, Trinidad, Mr. Car-
    dieres, Harbour Master of Curacao
    and Mr. L. Garschagen
    Line Inspector for Royal Dutch

    After the official formalities had
    been got through, Mr. Bouman in-
    vited a party to a trial flight over
    the island. Those who made the
    flight included, Major G. E. Peck,
    Commander Wynne, Mr, C. A. L.
    Gale, Colonel W. S. Dickens, Dr.
    J. D. Alleyne, Mr. H. J. Whitmell,
    Mr. J. P. Taylor and Mr. D. E.

    K.L.M. did not begin their regu-
    lar service linking Barbados,
    Trinidad and Curacao until the
    following year, February 4, 1939,

    K.L.M’s “Caribbean Decade
    1934-1944", the story in booklet
    form of the operations of Royal
    Dutch Airlines in the West Indies
    for that period carried a descrip-
    tion of the landing of the “Koli-
    brie” at Seawell. .

    It reads in part: “For Barbados
    the landing of the “Kolibrie” with
    Pilot de la Porte in command, was
    even of greater significance. It
    was the first plane ever to land
    at Barbados, and the greater part
    of the population had never seen
    an aeroplane from a shprt dis-
    tance. ;

    Ow that day the schools closed,
    practically everyone had, at least
    took, a day off, many high Gov-
    ernment officials and everybody
    else worth knowing were present
    at Seawell. The first airmail ever

    o reach Barbados was accepted
    by the Postmaster with appropri-
    ate ceremony.” ©

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    RLINE FOUNDED 1919

    and King William Street. Where
    ;there are latrines only are at |
    Cumberland Street, Fairchild

    , October 19, 1938 after a 206-
    The |
    ne, designed to try out landing |
    Seawell.



    Bridgetown Has
    Six Public Baths

    THERE are six sites about the |
    City where the public is provided
    with latrine and bathing facilities,
    with urinals in some cases. Ata
    few other places there is latrine
    accommodation only.

    The communal baths and
    latrines can be found at Watkin’'s
    Alley, Green’s Lane, Church Vil- |
    lage, Kensington, Waterloo Alley

    3
    |

    Street, the Pierhead and the lower
    end of the wharf.

    Plans have been submitted to
    Government for similar facilities
    on the Reef grounds, Mr. W. W.
    Merritt, Chief Sanitary Inspector
    of St. Michael, told the Advocate
    yesterday. He said that the Com-
    ynissioners of Health are seeking
    to extend the provision of baths
    and latrines over the City area as
    much as possible and have made
    representation to Government for
    sites on Government land for the
    purpose.

    The erection of the present
    buildings have extended over a
    period of years beginning in 1934
    Mr. Merritt said. In the modern
    building the septic tank system is
    used. Bathing accommodation for
    as many as eight men and eight
    women at one time and latrine ac-
    commodation for four each as
    well, are provided at some of the
    larger buildings. The facilities
    are made full use of at all the
    places, he said, but the greatest
    aemand is at present made on the
    Kensington site. That building
    was erected this year and is in
    one of the largest districts in the
    City area.

    Plantains Come

    Over 89 stems of plantains ar-
    rived at Barbados from St. Lucia
    yesterday by the motor vessel
    “Daerwood",

    They were all mixed up together
    in hatches of the “Daerwood’’,
    but the various consignees had no
    difficulty in getting their orders.
    On each stem, few of the plan-
    tains bore the initials of the con-
    signee. The initials were cut skin
    ceep into the fruit.

    The plantains, ripe but green, :
    were taken away from the water-!
    front by push carts. Within a)
    weck or so, they will be on sale in
    the local market.

    The “Daerwood” also brought}
    280 packages of fresh fruit, 27|
    stems of bananas and 10 pieces of
    cedar logs. It arrived from Aruba
    via Grenada, St. Vincent and St.
    Lucia. It is expected to leave
    Barbados on Sunday for Aruba
    via those same ports.

    NAKED MEN

    Referring to the open window to
    the sea along Lower Bay Street at



    the meeting of the Commissioners of
    Health on Thursday, Mr, B A
    Weatherhead made mention of the

    naked men and
    be seen on

    The

    women that could
    the beach on afternoons.
    word naked was unfortunately

    left out of the report in our issue of
    yesterday.

    », ning of November people

    _ devil
    | favourites, the former because of

    BARBADOS ADVOCATE



    .Conkies Will, Businessmen

    Follow
    Fireworks
    TO-NIGHT

    Guy Fawkes attempt to

    to-day

    with exploding
    erack ing

    eracke:s, soaring

    and then conkies

    for the corn flour which

    |
    !



    | which the mixture
    when it is put to
    pot or saucepan.

    is

    cook in



    / event,

    Rocks, and in _ addition,
    ;erowds used to throng
    places of vantage. Expensive fire-
    works were used for that display,
    and the effect was impressive.
    Then apart from that the Rocks
    Display, one was put on at every

    ; home where they were children

    From the time that night came on,
    illuminations were the order,
    ranging from costly rockets and
    Roman Candles to the humbk
    starlights, pretty matches and
    devil on the sidewalk,

    Among small boys, bombs and
    on the sidewalk are the
    the earsplitting effect,

    and the

    latter because it furnishes plent;

    sports at a small price, A _ pen-

    jny piece of Gevil can take a lot

    of scraping, and even when it
    gets too small to be scraped it is
    not scrapped. The small remnant,
    if placed on a hard smooth sur-
    face and pounded with a ham-
    mer or stone will give a final and
    decisive crack

    Guy Fawkes Day is November
    5, but because that date is a
    Sunday this year, the fireworks
    displays will take place to-night



    e
    Grand Sessions
    pi aiigeb 7
    Begin Monday
    After the fanfare of trumpets
    has died away in the courtyard
    next Monday morning, His Hon-
    our the Chief Justica, Sir Allan
    Collymore will begin the No-
    vember sitting of the Court of
    Grand Sessions which has 35 |

    cases on the Calendar, Three
    cases for murder are included.

    Other cases are as follows
    Attempted murder, 2; wounding
    with intent, 1; Causing grievous
    bodily harm with intent, 3; inflict-
    ing grievous bodily harm, 1; assault

    | with intent to commit a felony,

    1; bestiality, 1; housebreaking
    and larceny, 4; shopbreaking and

    house, 2} , 10;
    » as Sena Sanit the Post

    coin, 1; r

    Office Act, 1,

    1,500 BAGS
    OF RICE COME

    One thousand five hundred
    bags of rice from British Guiana
    was included in the cargo arriv-
    ing in the island yesterday by
    the 74-ton schooner “Frances W.
    Smith.”

    Other cargo arriving by the
    “Frances W. Smith” was 700 bags
    of charcoal, 41 tons of firewood
    and 355 wallaba posts.

    From St. Lucia, the “Mandalay
    11” brought charcoal, cocoanuts,
    copra and fresh fruit



    “HOMESTEAD”
    CAN BE SOLD

    In the Court of Chancery yes-
    terday His Honour the Vice-
    ‘hancellor, Sir Allan Collymore,
    granted an application of the
    plaintiff for a decree for ap-
    praisement and sale of the prop-

    erty ‘Homestead” and two roods
    two and two-tenths perches «of
    lend at Spooner’: Fill, St. Mich. el
    in the suit of L. E. R. Gill and
    ‘, Johrson.

    Plaintiff was represented by
    Mr. W. W. Reece, K.C., instruct-
    ed b, Mevsrs. Cottle, Catford &

    Co, The Registrar handed in the
    liens affecting the same property,

    blow
    | the English Parliament sky high
    ‘will be remembered in Barbados
    bombs,
    sky
    rockets, heaps of other fireworks.

    For many people conkies are a
    “must” when Gu Fawkes Day
    comes around, From the begin-

    hunt
    is the
    chief ingredient. and then get in
    the spice, essence and other con-
    diments. Last but not least they
    get the banana tree leaves with
    wrapped
    the

    Years ago a firework display at
    Hastings Rocks was a big annuil
    It is no longer held, A
    | big crowd used to tun up at the

    big
    other

    | Clutter Up
    ‘Parcels Office













    letters and

    gestion
    Parcel

    for

    and then there is no possipility
    of opening more mails

    there were 600 bags of parcel mail
    still unopened. Since then most
    af these had been opened. The
    congestion continues, he said, but
    with the use of the new Parcel
    Department at the Steamers’
    Warehouse which should be ready
    ii about another ten days, the
    situation would be greatly re-
    ieved, This morning nearly 750
    bags of mail were received from
    the “Oregon Star” and parcels
    are being stowed at the new
    Cepartment.

    Painters, carpenters and ma-
    »ons were busy yesterday making
    preparations at this department
    for the over. On the
    westefn side of the building fac-
    ing Prince William Henry Stree’,
    counters wéFe being erected, it
    is proposed, the Postmaster said,
    that all local mail in bulk will
    ’e Yeceived there. There too
    eliveries will be made.

    On the eastern side facing the
    waterfront all overseas mail will
    be received. Letters and printed
    matter will be sént on immediate-
    y to the general office.

    Bottle Washing
    Is An Industry

    Every day in Bridgetown women
    wash white bottles. In a_ first
    floor room of McGregor Street
    they sit and wash bottles, and the
    water often drips through onto
    the floor beneath. The bottles
    (14 pint) come in cartons,

    The washers use two large tubs

    one to wash and the other to
    rinse, After cleaning the bottles
    they are rinsed and put to dry.
    They are afterwards packed into
    the carton and ready for delivery
    to the various merchants of the
    City for the purpose of bottling
    rum, etc.
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    PAGE SEVEN
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    CLASSIFIED ADS OVERNMENT NOTICES = SHIPPING NOTICES | ,,,,..,.,,. | 2
    , ' 10-DAY'S NEWS FLASH |}, NOTI
    TELEPHONE 2508 APPLICATIONS are invited for the following Vacancies in the is,
    * Government Service: — MONTREAL AUSTRALIA NEW ee — ‘
    i Sein: 7 g ZEALAND INE LIMITED ae oe A wonderful Toy for Subscribers to the
    2 es FOR RENT Assistant Probation Officer—($480. 480. 624 x 12 — 912 (E.B.) ue HEE | jl Parents as well as Children: ADVOCATE” Newspaper
    HOLDER, LISLE — (Ex policeman) at 1,056 x 72 — 1,776 (E.B.) 1,872 x 96 — 2,160) : rm Bases Ver ee ee M.V — ibbee wit 4 Pitt MODEL HOUSE are asked to note that if there
    ; c ool 5 r Th > § embe -argo and Passengers for [ ' J
    the General Hospital His funeral lees — aT ae Assistant Matron and Sister Tutor, Mental Hospital ($1,920 Sein, Meteourne’ September nem Dever ag aseengert for CONSTRUCTION SETS is any dissatisfaction with
    Bank Hai! at 4.15 p.m. today for the | Conveniences (2) Bedrooms. Linen an and free quarters) port October Ist, Sydne October 12th, and St Sailing - “ ss the delivery of the Daily
    Westivury Cemetery. Priends are asked Cuttery, 10 minutes walk from . cue Signals Instructor — Barbados Regiment ($480 x 48 —1,080) oe Ge ee Grriving st Bare tt JOHNSON’S STATIONERY Newspaper supplied through
    , - iy ‘ : th nie tee is
    Mrs "Teencing Holder (wife), Mrs. = planla de et aeete Dayne 4.19.50—2n. Road Overseer—Grade I (4) Highways & Transport Depart- ontiied bee eee imple space for ee go 5 sone | CLOTH DUSTERS oa Please communi
    Bnid Reifer’ (daughter), Cyril L.” Reiter} —_____ #12 Shean. ment ($1,200 x 72 — 1,632) | Cargo accepted on through bile ot|f] Cayo cRatTyood” will acce AT CIRCULATION DEPT
    (son-in-law) FLAT — At Worthing. Phone i Road Overseer—Grade II (2) Highways & Transport Depart- ding Ww th Gasiehipment at ‘Trinidad for Lucia, St. Vin cent Grenada ani } JOHNSON’S . | Dial 2823
    IN MEMORIAM yn Ss ment ($480 x 48 — 1,200 (E.B.) 1,272 x 72—1.440) iegword stands. Se ee eee AON: Mai Redileg ti i a, ae |]} 2.10.50—m.,
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    in lev imemary of Anthony Dudley Furnished. 3 ms ne. a ae — Waterworks Department ($2,160 x} PURNESS. wrk iv & Co ta B.W.. Schooner Owners || eeees. ——> —————
    ett Winte assed away on incite. Apply L. Gonsa’ — 2, ; Adios PSSESSS9SS9SS69990555505055n ann SOPOT
    Noversiter rd. 1048. vr: hes Maxwell “Bead. ot: District Welfare Officer (2)—Social Welfare Department Wt nim ee. % Sitesi tore a on
    Longer here ie: coulg not fas OUSE—"Beperanza” fully furnished (480. 480, 624 x 72 — 912 (E.B.) (1,056 x 72 — 1,776, O” Gansabos” “*|H pei, 4047, < Ki ’ .
    He heard the master saying Sen Coast. Dey asc St. James (E.B.) 1,872 x 96 — 2,160) Wt. trrescorks £3
    Come, oh come, yes away. i : AGENTS
    idler idaughter,) Lerigy 14.20.50-En, Details of the respectiye qualifications and conditions of service | ~ ° %
    Lone Wute nic Daley @ TANGLIN — Beachmont, Baenaneds, may be obtained from the Colonial Secretary's Office and applications F tresvworks - I &
    $.11.60— 20. |S Gouble bed e ony, OF otherwis®,! should be submitted to the Secretariat net later than the 14th of ‘ of x
    ae ee ee jay HARRISON LINE < Fireworks!! \
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    servant's room. ; lowe, , ‘
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    AUTOMOTIVE top Flat wile Geo “ 4 teas Mieteail 4 x ONE DAY IN THE YEAR
    Bidets ets! ibservance o a s hday . ,
    Beach, Hastings. 3 Bedrooms, Drawi S ?
    ile tiles Ante Wed Meee | and Dining Boome. sw HIS MAJESTY THE KING has approved the observance of His) | OUTWARD FROM THE UNITED KINGDOM i % WE SHALL ALWAYS R EMEMBER.
    head C/o Bruce Weatherhead Lid. Bice Siew Gn aca eel Birthday in 1951 on Thursday, the 7th of June, aoe % YOU HAVE GUESSED IT OF COURSE.
    10 2-t-ED | Conveniences. Available 2. In accordance with the provisions of the Bank Holidays Act, Gees From peuvas')" Himkadee’ (E IT’S THE 5TH OF NOVEMBER”
    CAR at gt, ee eee | T ewan Beret Proee a EL 2008, Thursday the 7th of June, 1951, will be a Bank Holiday. S.S. “BEDFORD EARL” London 26th Oct, 16th Nov. s
    in perfect order done 39,500 miles. |“ § Sept Aarne Sto : S.S. “SENATOR” Glasgow "20th . 2 x MAKE IT A GALA NIGHT WITH THE FINEST .
    ee Co he oe | tt 80. SS. “SPECIALIST” | London te No ene ik. SELECTIO oe x
    Ry ai HCTAL, ae ondon ith Nov 23re ov : y TION OF
    " S.S. “PHILOSOPHER Liverpool .. 11th Nov. 5th Nov. | &
    ¢ Sete. a co Pia AS i gp eke PUBLIC NOTICES ATTENTION is drawn to the Control of Lumber Prices (Defence) rie Ree S
    tion paint job and tyres new. Phone (Amendment) Order, 1950, No. 5 which will be published in the 2 FIREWORKS ik
    8335. $-7.00+-2n. Official Gazette of Thursday 2nd November, 1950. HOMEWARD FOR THE UNITED KINGDOM > x
    CAR — One Vauxhall 12 H.P. In C. 2. Under this Order the maximum retail selling price of “Mer- | sa : x
    good working condition. Apply to THE PARISH OF ST. ANDREW ble Pi Pine” fi ‘ Pe Vessel For Closes in Barbados % Here are just a few of the many we have in Stock:—
    nate. al I a fe surer’s, Office wit ehantable Pitch Pine” is as follows: — |S.S. “SITHONTA” . London 7th Nov. x J a ' = ‘
    11.50 opened ureday dui 4 pete pia ene ent Sarge renin pa a dicate er
    the ‘month ef Nove ; a. COLUMN ONE COLUMN TWO | Por further information apply to - - - ‘ RON AS, CANES 2 %
    Signed C. A. SKINNER, ; i Ve : > JUMPING CRACKERS
    ELECTRICAL Parochisl ‘Teetbuse Article Ordinary Retail Price % CATHERINE WHEEI %
    ELECTRIC BLANKETS — Excellent a (not more than) DACOSTA & co., LTD.—Agents % StLVEn Baie oL x
    in case of iliness etc, 30° x 50”. Dial Ph. anita bone ane eer de ae neat = > .
    3878. Da Costa & Co., Lid. \Bleetrical (1) Merchantable Pitch Pine .. $268.00 per 1,000 board feet ve " arn eat _ aad SQUIBBS x
    Cee et ee tne PARISH OF ST. Putuir r (Basie Sizes) . GOLDEN GERB $
    ISWAN LAMPS — For House or ‘arochial Treasurer's ice wi - - - —————-—-- _ | :
    weckers 6; 12; 32; 110 and 220 Volis.| be removed te ingston, Church. Vil- 1 81st October, 1950. | Steamship Co. y JACK IN THE BOX
    More light for less money. Dial S878| lage, St. Philip from 1ith Nov. ‘1960. 3.11.50.—2n : GOLDEN RAIN x
    Da. sta & Co., Ltd. Electrical Dept. The Office will be for busi- : s¥a smell. S ETC ETC S
    Bain ES SEITE a PO tae Ta Ine. s ay eee S
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    IMMERSION HEATERS — Conveni-| noon to 3 p.m. REMEMBRANCE SUNDAY % And the magnificent “SKY ROCKETS” for the Kiddies ~
    Siores eer: Sees Canis, Cite Sea. ee ‘Seen, His Majesty the King has approved of Remembrance Day being oo or “STARLIGHTS” in packets of 12 or singly %
    Dial 3878 Da Costa & Co., Ltd. Electri- St. Philip. |observed on Sunday the 12th of November. ae pr N.O Bidos % also BOMBS x
    Sal Devt. 2 eee |: eee As in previous years the Church authorities are being invited to | eee ee ape: Bape re x : %
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    MISCELLANEOUS * hold special services throughout the Island at which the two minutes NEW YORK sxevicr %
    - = zt sax) Annual Agricultural and silence can be observed at 11 a.m. ee fi N.Y, B'dos Obtainable at - - - %
    ev teas Cee “Chandler's Hard- e op one The special service at St. Michael’s Cathedral, which will be at- & : ome TE ese sik toth Sept an Oct >
    Rare, and Biavele Accessories, Reed & Industrial Exhibition tended by His Excellency the Governor, will begin at 10.30 a.m., and | tan er pera oan f B’
    af : ee will finish at approximately 11.10 a.m. At the end of the service, | ; CANADIAN SERVICE ooKers§ (8'DOs) Tug tores t - 3
    yaUST received a large assortment of NOTICE if the weather permits, His Excellency and party will walk to the | {0UTHBOUND eu al ‘a iias % ACY, Hasti .
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    22 x 7, with 800 Ibs in Keel. Powered] not iater than 4 _m., on Friday, 31.10.50.—3n.
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    C/o Courtesy Garage or Bay St
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    Ss
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    w ws { last] | â„¢ment of this fee. 5 tbs. DLR Grace Abe's aise 5 4806 Pr. Wm, Hry. St. DIAL 3466 .
    INDO AND is Fowls, Turkeys, Ducks and Rabbits. | « | =
    a. Peotle are benefiting He se All entries must be mate on the ‘ap. (FSB The C t hy fe eas: innein
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    LINS LIMITED. 4.11.50—gn, wih cnt ee Sertien Traut be Junior School from teachers with at least 10 years’ teaching experi- Tins Hams 2 Ibs or engaged in selling, or Subseribers who obtain wrong numbers are
    “"XMAS CARDS — A wonderiui ap~| dos Poultry. Association, and be sent to-] nce. The minimum professional qualification required is the Certi- | Sao es ae }] Yunning games at the Gar- :
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    By publi tition at ffice in PETERKIN, ; . | Pkys Jellos with this order, will have en,
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    1,245 fect of land and a house WANTED y sday, V | I
    called. St. Theresa shies has Prien ber, 1950. St ART & SAMPSON | tioned
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    or ‘ ll. » | ean who can {

    write and calculate
    y.

    from th j i S ave already
    <=, { eiicientiy nocd apy e Department of Education, but candidates who have alre ady

    submitted one of these forms in respect of previous vacancies (now
    filled) may apply by letter accompanied by a recent testimonial,

    Corner of Broad and Tudor Streets.

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    Sauces bees | BOXES — All Kinds of Gard Board g : % WV S 3 . .
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    LS Uece EER aceonet Coker ike in BindiMy 10 ao--t.t.n. 5. AM applications must be enclosed in envelopes raarked “Ap- | > 2
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    % 27.10.50—sn 4.11,50-4n The salary attached to this post of student Radiographer is $384. Ys
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    ln cath crepe th i ee
    LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE

    The application of Vida Bowen

    for small dairy. Apply to Hutchingon
    & Bamfield, Solicitors, James St
    4.11.50—6n.

    ee ancien ees
    “BETMAR," NAVY GARDENS. Stand-

    Aer eese

    certificate of equal standard, and
    than 30 years of age.
    Applications on forms obtainable from the

    CARIBBEAN AGENCY—aAGENTs.

    LEP PCL ALE 0
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    taini: 5 Bedrooms (4 with running 1 Re |
    watery. large Drawing and Dining rooms bs ence oly. wane Wm. St. & Mn 0 bl 0 3 MORE FOR YOUR
    aa a Se | mn Baar at oP bth Ae he e
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    2 Servants’ rooms. Easily convertea Chancery Lan . St. Michael - >
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    bebe nce behisiaaenld Be OD, Esa. wire ay IST IN “GRADE iu, OER Giving full Satisfaction
    “sed, VIDA “BOWEN,
    t. ‘
    LOST & FOUND | oO Rovlican JOHN 4. BLADON | FOR MEN has become a habit
    "E at Police Coun, District "A" on Male A.F.S.,F.V.A. Tt
    Gey the 3th day of November 1960 at REAL ESTATE AGENT—AUCTIONEER—SURVEYOR (Al Leather) with us, and one which
    WALLET — One leather Wallet con- “—" B.A. Me LROD, PHONE 4640 :0: PLANTATIONS BUILDING i SOLES $4.30
    taining importamt papers and Snap- Police Magistrate, Dist. ‘A’. i aS | With RUBBER SOLES....... sii in i . we have no intention
    shots. Finder please return to J. Mar-
    shall, Chelsea Ra. ecas sale LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE With LEATHER SOLES......:;........... $5.06
    , : ‘ ‘ ‘
    eer iio eranted to Sone, it I re GLOBE THEATRE | LEAVHER LOAFERS With CREPE SOLES $6.25 of breaking.
    notice sPe,,CRe Perea tha MAR-| tached. to residence at Tweedside Rd. St. . ‘ | a
    JORIE PHILLIPS Executrix of the to use said Liquor IT’S HERE AT LAST! | Iz ;
    wili of JOHN RANDALL PHILLIPS.| License at of a 2 storey < €é€
    Deceased, has made applicition for tre} wall muilding at Flagstaff Gap, Clap- Special Newsreel
    issue of a share certificate in place of| ham, St. Mi

    ‘hare certificate of 25 shares number-| Dated this 2nd day of November 1050

    of

    Shish nae teat in SPU Meh| “hale Mindat on DOV enh
    whic! as been lost no ection ‘oliee y i: Arr, mae
    to this application is made by the Signed M. B. Cox, HE oO S ane m
    November, 1950, a new certificate Applicant. T J E LOUI & HAR LS S e ?
    wil be issued. N.B.—This application will be consly

    The British Shoe Co., Ltd.
    SHOEMAKERS TO THE WORLD.

    LEFSOCOOOCOCSOI IO

    ‘d_of Directors.

    By Order of the Boar
    ‘oO COTTON

    5 dered at a Licensing Court
    THE BARBADOS ©

    to be hpid
    at Police Court, District"A” , on Mon

    day the 13th day of November 1960 at
    M1 o'cloek a.m. z

    B. A. McLEOD, r
    Police Magistrate, se. “A”

    CHAMPIONSHIP BOUT

    Showing Daily from TO-DAY

    GENTS’ OUTPITTERS.




    WWE SOV ESE BYBOS SR SUD




    oy

    PAGE EIGHT







    Call This Fight Off "sie Khon

    By PETER
    Just what is over the
    Tommy Farr comeback? It is now
    announced that Piet Wilde, the
    Belgian heavy-weight champion,

    WILSON



    going on



    heavy-weights—-Stetan Olek or J«
    Weidin. He also stated; “I'd
    rather cancel the show
    get a suitable opponent for Fari

    a ® week
    of

    And yet, only ago
    after the banning
    Farr said to me:—

    Nielsen

    “IT don't mind who they put me

    in with maybe it’s a good

    all, there’s still nearly

    weeks to go,

    after
    three

    if'] can't}

    They Won't Like It

    THE Hon'ble V. C yester
    day afternoon at Ernie’s Clu
    Hastings, presented to John God
    |dard West Indies Captain, Clyd
    | Walcott, Everton Weekes and Rey

    Gale





    In making the presentations Mr
    Gale congratulated Skipper Johr

    Goddard and his colleagues for th«

    1
    1

    '

    | outstanding part which he and his

    has taken the place of Cari; thing this has come up now. It} yrarchall silver medals with golc
    Nielse: the Danish champiocn,| wouldn’t do me—or the fight facings as'a token of ‘appreciatior
    who was originally due to meet] game—any good if I met aM| op wc. performances with th
    Farr at Leicester on November 6.J opponent who wasn't in top | West Sadie aie ah ‘0 tou
    Let me refresh your minds on] condition.” Ito England 1 seeptee _"
    a few details I suggest that it won't do Farr, } © rec Ws ‘e . of oes
    (1) A week ago it was an-]or the fight game, or the pro- are alcott also estilo
    nounced that the Danish Boxing| moter, OR the public any good at for Cc. Boogles” Williams an
    Association had banned Nielsen] all if he meets Wilde in any Frank Worrell, the other two Bar-
    from fighting Farr condition. badian members of the team whe
    (2) The promoter, Joe Jacob: And I suggest that if the Bel- es not in the colony it present
    told me that he would consider | gian is the best opponent avail- Vi. J. M. Kidney, Manager of
    only two other “Olek or J | nat that the show be postponed ne team, was also present
    |
    {

    My reputation is worth more t At last someone has come out : ee a ee aa . bei
    me than one show.’ in the open about “amateur” brother Barbadians had played ir
    In ‘that case I suggest to Mr.| international lawn tennis bringing victory to the West Ir
    Jacobs that he cancels the show Former Australian administra- | dies team
    forthwith—if Wilde is the best] tor. Harley Malcolm, has made He also referred to the com
    opponent he can get for Farr] two points in a challenge to the mendable public spirit and sport
    Either that or cancel his repu-! Australian Lawn Tennis Associa- manship which had prompted Mr
    tation. tion over Davis Cup players Proctor to present the medals
    For by no. stretch of the One is that an expense allow- John Goddard thanked Mr
    imagination can anyone suggest | ance of £2 a day means that each’, Proctor for his very kind gesture
    that the lumbering Wilde is player “comes home a far richer and beautiful gifts and also Mr
    serious test for a heavy-weight of | man” than when he went away. Gale for the kind words he hac
    Farr’s calibre. : Malcolm’s second point is that{said about the Barbadian mem

    Beaten by Nielsen

    Let’s do a bit more memory
    jogging. Wilde has met Farr's
    original opponent, Nielsen, twice
    —in January and February 1948.
    The first time Nielsen won in the
    first round. The second time
    Nielsen won on points

    If Nielsen was ruled out
    reasonable opponent for Farr how
    can the man he iwice beat be
    substituted for him?

    But that’s not all
    appeared four times
    and Wales during
    months. Here's his

    Cn March 21, 1949,
    pointed Jack London over
    rounds, at Middlesbrough. ,
    August 17, 1949, he lost on points
    to Johnny Williams over ten
    rounds at Porthcawl. On October
    3, 1949, he lost in one

    as a

    Wilde has
    in England

    the past 19
    record:—

    he out-

    eight
    On

    in four rounds to Jonny

    again

    he lost
    Williams

    What Farr Said
    Does this sound like the record
    of a man able to offer a serious

    test to Farr? Of course it doesn’t.



    M.C.C. | Score

    >)

    onl

    143 For
    Vs Victoria

    MELBOURNE, Nov. 3.
    The MCC cricket touring team
    today scored 143 for 2 in a _rain-

    curtailed first day’s play in the
    match against Victoria, their most
    formidable opponents so far on
    their Australia tour.

    Len Hutton (32) and Cyril
    Washbrook (40) put on 61 for the
    first wicket after Denis Compton,
    who captained the side in the
    absence of Freddie Brown who

    injured a finger while. practising
    yesterday, had won the toss.
    When rain which also had in-
    terrupted play before lunch
    brought an early close (5 p.m.),
    Compton and Dave Sheppard had
    added 54 in an unfinished third
    wicket stand. Compton was 38
    not out and Sheppard not out 28.

    SCORE BOARD
    MCC—FIRST INNINGS
    143 for 2 — Rain Stopped Play

    Hutton Lb.w., b lan Johnson 32
    Washbrook c & bb lan Johnson 40
    Sheppard not out 28
    Compton not out 38

    Extras: 5 (lb. 4, w. 1) 5

    Total (for 2 wickets)
    Fall of wickets:

    143

    1—61, 2—89.

    BOWLING ANALYSIS

    Oo M, me . /
    Bill Johnston 9 2 24 0
    Kerr 5 1 1 0
    Loxton 3 0 il 0
    Ian Johnson 15 2 28 2
    Iverson 14 3 39 0
    Ring 5 1 24 0
    Harvey 2 0 1 0

    —Reuter.



    White Balls And 24
    Lamps Brighten
    Football

    LONDON, Nov. 3.

    Apparatus is likely to be used
    if visibility deteriorates during
    the closing stages of the England
    versus Yugoslavia soccer Interna-
    tional match at Highbury on No-
    vember 22.

    A Football Association official
    said to-day that the Association
    favoured the idea and he expected
    that Yugoslavia would agree,
    espegially as they had played un-
    der such conditions before

    White painted footballs will be
    available on the day of the match
    and twenty-four 1,500 watt lamps
    ~12 on each side of the ground—
    will be ready for immediate use

    Last year, white footballs were

    used in the second half when
    England met Italy at Tottenham.
    —Reuter.

    | They ll Do It : Every ‘Time

    round to
    Earl Walls at Manchester. any. | November
    And on January 24, this ye®"s] rhomas between teams from St.



    every player of Cup standard

    could be regarded as an employee A
    yf the Australian L.T.A., for at

    bers of the team and himself
    up filled with champagne
    was then passed around

    least half the year and was under

    its direct control for the
    of the competition.

    How right he is
    unpopular he’ll be with the boys
    al) over the world who have
    lived the life of Riley—and go.
    paid for it.

    Not to
    everywhere who have materially
    benefited from the “shamateurs.”

    —LES.

    St. Michael Will
    Play St. Thomas

    An



    inter-parish match will be
    played on Sunday 5th and 12th

    at Dunscombe, St.

    Michael and St. Thomas.
    The teams are as follow:

    St, Michael:

    K. Hall (Capt.);

    .. Mottley, L. Blackett, L. Austin,

    ». Sealy, E. Brathwaite, ©.

    Barrow, T. Maynard, L. O’Neale,

    K. Payne, H Harewood and C.
    arke.

    St. Thomas: G. Welch (Capt.);
    —. Harris, F. Walrond, C. Denny,
    Dd.
    G,.

    Straker, C.
    Headley

    Sealy,
    Fagan, P.
    lis

    Play starts at

    E. Sealy,
    1 and

    12.30 p.m,



    George Headley Will
    Live In England

    KINGSTON, Jamaica, Nov. 2.

    According to a report published
    here, George Headley now play-
    ng Lancashire League cricket
    vill reside permanently in Eng-
    land where his wife and family
    ire proceeding shortly.

    Headley’s decision entails a
    great loss to Jamaican and West
    Indian cricket.

    3 —C.P.



    “Challenger”’
    Loads Rum

    The 3,935-ton motor vessel
    ‘Canadian Challenger” arrived in
    ort yesterday to load
    nolasses for Canada.

    rum and

    For Montreal the “Challenger” is | landed
    oading 168 puncheons, 40 barrels lenger”’

    ind 53 half-barrels of
    ind 790 cartons of rum. It will be
    aking 20 puncheons and 36 bar-
    cels of molasses for Sorel and for
    Quebec 775 cartons and 215 pun-
    cheons of molasses. It is also
    loading 280 puncheons, 582 barrels
    ind 10 half-barrels of molasses
    viong with 300 cartons of rum for
    3st. John.

    The “Challenger” is expected to
    omplete loading to-day and will
    be sailing during the evening for
    Canada

    molasses



    |
    The Weather |

    TODAY

    Sun Rises: 5.51 a.m.
    Sun Sets: 5.36 p.m
    Moon (New) Nov. 9
    Lighting: 6.00 p.m
    High Water: 11.58 a.m |
    YESTERDAY |
    Rainfall (Codrington) nil
    Total for Month to yester-
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    period

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    The staff of the
    Foundry will play a cricket match

    mention the’ L.T.A.s] Garrison tomorrow.

    against a workshop team at the

    The teams are:

    Staff—H Cox (Capt.) V.
    Porter, G. Ellis, J. Hoad, G.
    Bagot, W. Osborne, O. Parris, E.
    Bennett; G. Gill; ‘C. Cox, H.
    Mayhew,

    Workshop—H. Jones (Capt.) N
    dolder, F. Skinner, W. Marshall,
    3. Douglas; J. Price, C. Black-
    man, S. Edey, D

    J. Osbourne; I. Millington

    Better Conditions
    For Oil Workers

    GENEVA, Nov, 3.

    The

    Barbados

    Applewhaite,

    International Labour Or-

    ganisation’s Petroleum Committee

    today wound up

    its twelve-day

    session by adopting a programme
    for better housing, health protec-

    the world’s oil workers,

    lelegates from
    part.

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    —Reuter.



    Steamships Bring
    Butter

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    ned butter and 33 cases of cook-
    ing butter were landed at Barba-
    dos yesterday by the steamships
    “Canadian Challenger’
    gon Star”.
    | The “Oregon Star” brought 215
    jcases of tinned butter from Liv-





    erpool and the “Canadian Chal-
    lenger” brought the remaining
    supply from Trinidad

    The “Oregon Star brought
    jover 700 tons of mixed cargo
    which included moderate supplie
    of biscuits, corn flakes, wheat
    puffs, macaroni, spaghetti, con-
    fectionery, tapioca and whiskey

    Included among the other cargu
    by the “Canadian Chal
    were canned juice, prunes
    potatoes, dried fruit, tomato juice,
    cherries, milk powder and liquor



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    > ini-mlirr I 19** Barbados toflcate Pri FIVE cV^M* 1 • a I. 5 MORE SUGAR WANTED IN BRITAIN Barbados Cricket Board Express "Grave Concern" Over W.I.C.B. Affairs fHE Board of ManagemeM of the Barbados Cricket Association at a private meeting on Thursday unanimously expressed its grave con cern over several matters in connection with the affairs of the West Indies Cricket Board of Control, especially with the disbursements, allocations and other matters in connection with the profits .derived from the recent tour of England. Ir. J. W. B. ChpfK'ry moved ihe following resolution : ''Whereas doubts have arisen as to the legality at the West Indies Board of Control in appropriating to itself £24.000. monies earned as a result of the successful tour of the West Indies Cricket Team, 1950 and investing these monies by trustees, this Board therefore moves that proper steps be taken to Seek clarification of the matter in proper quarters." This was seconded by Mr. Eric Inniss and carried unanimously The following were appointed a Committee to deal with the matter : Sir Allan Collymore. Msn J W. B Chenerv. E. L. G. Hoad and John Goddard III \i}\ MIII roi\. New Greek Government Sworn In ATHENS, Nov. 3. The new Greek Government under the Premiership of Sophocles Venizelos was sworn in this morning. The new Government will be presented to Parliament early next week. Venizelos handed in the resignation of the old three party Government yesterday after a dispute with the Populists, the third party in the coalition Ministries headed by Populists in the previous coalition have purposely been left unfilled so that if they are cleared of allegations that they scandalled Venizelos, he may bring them back Into the Cabinet. The split in the old three parly Government was the climax of a violent campaign In some newspapers against the Populist party. They said that a man named Dendrini'li'recently arrested for the alleged embezzlement of the equivalent of tens of thousands of pounds sterling in Piraeus port waa a Populist "henchman." They vaid he had financed the party's electoral campaign and the party newspaper which is run b\ Thans Tsaldaris, son of the former Populist Deputy Prime Minister (There were two Deputy Prime Ministers in the old Cabinet). TsaldarK senior, sued one newspaper for libel and thp verdict is exiiected next week. —Beuter Type Already Set For Shaw's Last Book LONDON. Nov. 3 Bernard Shaw's last book is believed to be a history in verse of the village where be died, Avot St. Lawrence. The book which has alreadj been set up in type, is illustrated with his own snapshots of t .etween Trinidad and Barbados to take place at Kensington Oval are. First Match to start on 13th February and the tour will end 27th February. 1851 M.P's Will Badger Ministers have —Rruler Two Lines From Moscow MOSCOW. Nov. 3. Moscow newspapers carried without comment to-day a twoline message from London announcing the death of the veteran British playwright George Bernard Shaw. Shaw was the sole contemporary British dramatist whose plays are staged In Moscow. Two of his plays "Pygmalion'' and "Widowers' Houses" which the Russians renamed "Slums of London" are at present nsnalng here —Renter. Tibet's 16-Yr. Ruler Abandons Capital At Reds Advance SOME OF THE HORSES for today'. r. ftif lir. (inlet of the rnadork yettonUy afternoon. ARREST WIFE OF DEAD ASSASSIN NEW YORK. Nov. 3. Mrs. Carmen Torresola, 22year-old wife of Grlselio Torresoin. killed in the attempt to assassinate President Truman, was taken Into custody last night It was learned today. The woman had been the object of mi intensive F.B.I, search since her husband was killed outside Blan House, the President's residence, on Wednesday. It was reported that Mrs. Torresola, who was taken to the Federal Women's House of Detention, might be %  ged with conspiracy to injure the President. President Truman paid an unxpeeted visit today to the two White House guards who were shot down In blocking the attempt to assassinate him on Wednesday. As Truman walked the blocks from the White House to the hospital, a Secret Service man walked close beside the President. lo more flanked htm and two were close behind. A car with other Secret Service men followed slowly. —Reuler Tito Congratulates Pres. Truman BELGRADE. Nov. 3. Marshal Tito has sent a telegram to President Truman saying: Allow me Mr. President, to congratulate you very warmly on escape from the unsuccessful terrorttt attack against your person." No official congratulatory telegram* have so far been reported from other East European countries. —Eetrtar. 27 Died In Puerto Rico Revolt SAN JUAN. Puerto Rico. N v 3. Twenty.en people have died end 51 have bMSI wounded in the anti-American revolt in Puerto Rico c-corilns to official figures issued to-day. A total of 224 people including Nationalist and Communist 'esders are being held •gallon. Casualties in the Ave~iln\ old jevolt were: Nationalists: 17 killed 12 wounded Police: 7 killed. 21 wounded. National Guards: One kllh-d. 12 wounded—Reuler. i itpttiiin Uir ttmtshlnn touches" In the root and November Thieves Steal $290 FOB THE FIRST TWO DAYS In November thieves have mode hauls totalling $290.1-0 Thefts include nwellery. ham and eggs. From \hv restaurant of Tl Barbados Aquatic Club, which WH broken and enit-rod I tween II p.m. on Wednesday and ,1 am. cm Thursday, $!">.00 in cash and i quantity of ham and eggs valued $25.54, were stolen. REDS BAN SANTA CLAUS BERLIN. Nov. S. oy manufacturers In the let cone of German) ben for b idden to produce Christmas .mnel* or Santi. Clauses. th West Gci man Die Well newspaper claimed todav Instead they have been told to manufactur* dolls with blue shirts carrying blue flu us in imitation uf members of the Communist Youth Organisation of Free German Youth (F.DJ.I. the paper said. — %  cuter. T.U.C. Make Final Appeal In B. G. | ( %  ii, i ten d lha Penusl Mission Room -i Marshall p iKiween t p.m. on Tuesday • 10.10 a.m. on Wednesday and, t with an electric clock and II Chain, total value 133 n Messrs Harold Proverbs al No. 1 High Street 127.12 L.ish was Man viilon ir. NORTHERN INDIA. Nov. 3. DALAI LAMA, the 16-year-old priestly ruler of Tibet, was reported to-day to have left the capital. Lhasa, with his cabinet as Communist troops advanced to within 150 miles of the city. Authoritative reports reaching here said he had gone with his Cabinet and the Regent. Takta Rimpoche, to an "unknown destination". They indicated that a political 'change-over" had occurred in Lhasa but no detailswere Immediately available The Chinese Government announced on Oetober 14 that Communist nrmy until had been tt nl arnd. 10 advance into Tibet 'to free 3.000.000 Tibetans from Imperialist oppression and to conarmy was being "brought up U>| Ml|daU t|C na t, 0 nal defences uf full strength and all frontier* china's western corner." Is s WUto d China claims suzerainty over The Chinese advance into Tibet %  Tl i tr i ( o,,. roo f of the world" had placed Pakistan "in grave iSl:i e wri ich border* on China and Pakistan Prepares To Stem Invasion SYDNEY. Nov. 3. Mr K. NasruUah, Whip of the East Pakistan Legislative Assembly said today that Pakistai aSjrsssB Ml danger ot invasion," he said in an |, l( jia, under interview. reached in 1720. If that happened, we will light A Plx „. Trui( tnCM CC rre Political Committee's recommc-Hrili %  f>-r the admission of foi the -dials1. %  • jssar'* if the "forbidden land of rnotutl %  China for Tibet. He was believed to have been living In Western China ith a group of Communist adviser* and :i provisional Tibetan Government." Earlier reports in Kahmpong 1 ad suggasted thai lha iiaial Lama mieht tike refuge In one of the Himalayan state* of Nepal Bhutan where the Bhuddlsls recognise him as their spiritual But nu u>v ruler had bought a bungalow m Kalimpong itself were not confirmed. %  •it reports of the ConBdvnnce Indicated eonsidITogress lions; tortuous Killing Is "Fine" Says Murderer Of 10 UKUNSWICK (BRITISH ZONE) GERMANY. Nov 3. Rudolf Pleil charged here with 10 murders told a court to-day that killing Is a "very fine feeling 1 He dcfcunanl, a 2b yeai old former policeman, l< ksmith and soldier refused to-dv to describe in public his first murder The court was cleared while he gave detalh of the killing of 37 s.Mr ..id Mrs Miehe In 1946 near lha Anglo-Soviet zonal borders. He told the cous* that It gave him -complete sexual saUsfaction Her husband. 56 year old civil servant Hermann Mieh told the court to-day that "I did not recognise my wife at first. Her face WM completely smashed" He Hid h? later identllted her feet. Renter UFE SAVER DROWNS PORT Or SPAIN, Nov 1. Solomon Paul, a eanefarmer of Chaguanas. Trinidad, member of an excursion party lost his life while attempting to save a woman GEORGETOWN, Nov. 2. The Trades Union CouncfJ t"nlght ordered worker* work on Saturday morning Semi-official sources here said that the Governor at the Conference emphasised that tinstrike was Illegal and declined to give any assurance that the woritera will not be punished according las, the law. He further declined to give any assurance that there will b any advance In payments before the Commit'**' report or that any increase will ba ietrespective from April. Th.Governor pointed out that ba unable, to anticipate what the Committee will recommend. The Governor later consulted with the Executives who it Is learned supported the Governor's artion. Meanwhile public services are crippled with pitiable scenes at the hospitals particularly. Small craft are doing a good trade car%  Ylng people .muss the IX-uierara ..nd Herblcc Rivers. The shipping j also in a *1ranglr-hold. rhe si Gd.v Qirls' Setiool a M LonTa Hill was broken am between 4 15 p.m. Of .. and 8 IS a.m u Thursday and a quantity a clolliiiie ;tnd .i sewing msrhilistolen. The total value of stnln %  rtfcsM is SR9.3B A quantity of jewellery valued ITS was %  so l an from the home ot Ii i I Penny, Navy Gardens Christ Church on Thursday whili .i pal "I counter acalei were re moved front a shop at School %  tap, IflndgbUQ R'"'i. on the v.ime day. D atwoa n 3.30 pjn. and 7.30 II m on Thursday a poeket A.iU'h was stolen from the home of Alphonso Hampden at Thoma ;.i sr Michael. Fourteen dollars In cash wa s'o'en from l room at Burton' Funeral Parlour at Pinfold St between 6.SO a.m. and 6 30 pin. on Tmfrsday. A smart thief removed $7 Oft I %  .rnour Arthur's pocket while Tie was asleep at hts shoeaker's shop at Tweetlside Road stween 4 30 a.m. and fl 30 a m. tinsamo day. U.N. Will Join To Resist Aggression M.I'SHINt; MEADOWS No I llottad NataBn \ n ;>u i n hiatoric vole decided to daj unite in future to H|£ht The vole was SI to Bva arMh two abstentions The invites all "M-min BaUOOa to hold i.nt of their national forces for use in the inter' ittonal army. Tha pi.in provtdes: 1 For calling the A.s*einbl> to nelher at 2\ hour* notice when the Scout. Council is prevente.1 by veto from checking % %  JTaaaliHI The vole on IhJl ', 1 to S wiib one abstention Ibe Bttabltahmenl ol a Peace Observation Conununton "f fourteen which will InMp an eye on the w.nld'. trouble spots The vote Ml thU *H 57 to nil with two abatan tlons 3 To invite -II im-mbt-i %  to earmark |>art ol their national forces for UN to put Int I eit.it raeonnnandanong f the Assembly or tactuity Council The vote was 4S to 5 with 7 abstentions 4 To net up Collective Measures Committee of feurMsri to study the whole problem of colleviivr saeurity The VOta was 49 to S with t ,dslmlions. 5 A declaration that effective peace also depends uPM The observance by all natiims of the respect for human rlghta and fundamantal hrtedonr 1 nnd on the e*tal>lntmicnt of economic and social wall ba ing In alt countrte* The vote was 54 to nil with 1 abstention. AlttnWy PreMdenl Nanrullah Enliaam of Persia said. It Is not / the most Important resolution l>efere the Assembly but perhaps the most importiint resolution which different assembllei* have nnssed since the Helling up of the United Nation-*" "Tills resolution Is known as 'Uniting For Oeaee' It la for us to luslify thn' • dieto show Ihe world that we are united for pesce —Reoter. TO GET MORE SUPPLIES FROM WEST INDIES 'From Our Own forrcspondent) LONDON, Nov. 3 'pHE recent improvemeiiUi in Britain's over seas trading and financial position have led tu a growing demand for an increase in domestic sugar allowances and the abolition of sweet ration ing. This theme will be pursued in Parliament next week at question time. Threo M.P's. representing both the Government and tlie Opposition benches will raise questions with a view in obtaining from Mr. Maurice Webb a statement on In I possibilities ol uhuinini; increased s\inr supplies from Colonial and Commonwealth territories, particularly Ihe West Indies "Britain itaking all the Migar the colonies can produce untfl lha end of t9sa. 1 ssdd Ut A K V sWlon, West India Committee Sccretnrv this afterihi you want a I'LFANKK HrldietoHii? It>m the OkatC and bi ftS a*, see l'ae S Churchill's Plan For Discussion ROMS, N..\ a At ,111 unuihcial meeting, members of the Comiiuttrt' <>l Minuban or tlie "upper IIOUM %  I IfM COUBCU %  >! Kuiupe ricided todav Ul BSteuag Winvton I'burehill's pinpusal for ere.iliiin ol g llirooanil army but t<> t.ihe no %  km on iiit was understood thai ltiit.nn Ernest Davtog ragnaagnnni foreign Minister Ernesl Hevin. did I'li'.v his original 1ir111.mil that Ihls subject 1Hdropi*.! from lha BMOtlt of the tnmnilltee of Ministers meeting here tonight in t four days session. Hut Robert Schuman and Count Carlo Sfor/.n of Italy ajreod thai tn Coannwaa would takta no lets ions on the proiiosal subnlttod to It by the Coii-ultati' \ % %  ui I, of the Council of F.uropci epraaentlng ;i cri>%-tition of ihe "nrhamenU of IS Western Eu ..oi ( ..IIIIIII.'V Krlltrl "Production in the We.; h dial indimbtedly could be intend more sugar to Britain but what ptoduOtn than IVO to bear in mind is dial the new quota system comes OtO operation after 19S2. It urauld •-• '" ^ thetf plaiwtii Increased prodvKtton with the l hat In less than Hi % % % %  yoaii tiuio ivouid not be such a large market in this counU r l'arllami > nt)ir> questions are provlslonallv sehedulml for Mon i.,s and Thursday. What Plans? Op HbnalaV Mr. J Harrison l!^il>our) will nsk what anSw Kood Ministry's plans for InRl| pi % % %  '! to make things easier for house%  nd what Is the position regarding Increased supplle. from Colonial ami Commonwealth sources LA "Rodney" Leaves 8.G. Without Unloading (Prom Oui Own CponanH GEORGETOWN. L.G. Nov. 3 The C MS "Lady Rodney" left early this morning without un. loading cargo as waterfront workers are still on strike. BULGARIA WOOS EXILES LONDON. NOV 3 Bulgaria'.* National Assembly has proclaimed pardon for anyone who tied abroad Illegally and who returns within one month from now. Sofia radio reported to-day. It does not apply* to men in the armed forces, but it covers civilians who helped them to leave (Bulgarian political refugees upposed to Communism have been baihVVt Icae<"Bay, Cedros. Theireporled in Turkey. Greece woman was rescued by other 'Yugoslavia in the past few j people. North America Lit Up By Meteor OTTAWA, Nov. 3. A brilliant light —apparently an xlraordliiarily large meteor -ilreakcd across the skies of a Ide area of Eastern Ontario. ijucbee and a northeastern portion uf the U S.A., on Thursday night The occurrence gave rise to wild report* of all description among thousands of resident* who saw IL To-d.i> astronomers confident Hint it was a meteor, placidly set about the business of collecting reports which eventually would indicate just how large the mcleoi a^, what parts of the country it affected, and how raie it might be. The welter oi early reports Indicated that th* phenomenon was seen within a radius of at leas! ISO miles, and that it lit up that ul off ad vanced American and Sout Korean lines. In the Unsan area, the hardest hit target of the day, the Air lores claimed 600 enemy troope .casualties and the destruction of 1 ,' lank.-. Taking the North Korean front whulu, Ihe United Nations were still on the offensive, a spokesman said He would not comment on reports that Chinese Forces were In action, though he said lie hoped to do no soon. Hut he added thai Northernci ,vere di.iv.iuK icinfon cments from Korean "and other sources" The Unsan-Taechon area where Communist* were counter-attack Ing, lies about 49 miles from the Manchurlan border. The thrust was reported to have reached a point near Kunuri, the South Koreun Military Headquarters, leas than 49 miles from the captured Northern capital l*yor#iyang Apparently attackers nUnued to cut ulT United Nation* Forces north of the Chlngchon Ittvri and some units were ported already outflanked. TODAY'S TIPS •* i-\ia SAI.I. s \s ii mil II .1 r.,1 , .. III I III >during me same afternoon this question will be echoed by Mr G Nabarro (Con '* senrattve) who wants to know wfMf arransjementM are In bsUl 1 to obtain additional supplies from" Jamaica. On Thursday Mr tlattskell, Sir Stafford Crlpps' successor at th" Treasury, will be asked by Mr C Osborne (Conservative) %  > clear up a third aspect nf Britalns sugar supplies problem Mr Osborne wants to know What extra dollars would be ii-quiied to purchase th* addlUonal ;iin:ir neeessary to end the sweet and sugar rationing." I I AMI ri.OWPK I oHIN KrsllAI. V'OBT MIII MIST i I AMI 1 -IM %  1'W QITSKN \un< to %  JU THE ADVOCATE THE NEWS Kin* 3113 Day or Night %  W THE ADVOCATE PAYS FOB NEWS. Around The Corner From Anywhere enemy i ton* i M | | Strong Un\an thwarted attempts to 1 SJOUa the Inppad legunent at, ttM Unltad Btetel First Cavalry. i H "i,ut inoUiar rtesdmanl eported to have fought its'. way back to United NationUnas | United Nation* Forces, regrouping after 48 hours concentrated Communist attack, were preparing to defend the brldgssnaad near An)u just inland from Slnanju on the west coast. — %  asBter. U.S. Ambassador In Aloscow Calls On Gromyko MOSCOW, Nov 3 Admiral Allan G Kirk, United States Ambassador in Moscow today called on M Andrei (Jrnii'vk'i. Soviet Deputy Foreign Minister An American Embassy spokenman said Admiral Kirk visited Gromyko by appointment Ua discuss the routine of purely Soviet American business. —Besiter French Troops Fighting Back m Outage*. SAIGON. Nov. 2 French troops after abandoning their important fortress Laokay on the border Indo-Chlna and China were tonight fighting off rebel attack'. 10 miles to its rear. The Laokay garrison battalion and halt French. Algerian and VI at n am ass troops began to withdraw < n Wednesday A French spokesman said thnt evacuation Hided 'I.iVfiurably" iv with no casualties To-day Vletminh Insurrectiontf MSted tha French rearguard at Cambuong—a small villagsu aboit 8 mllca to the %  outttoHt Nine rebel batteUo&i whkb tried by every means to destroy the French garrison including one of Chinese and VteteBhsl volunteer* were trained in the Chinese border state of Yunan. a spokesman said. They were regular ba'.talioi. strongly armed with automatic weapons and mortars aud auppoited by mountain artillery Three more wen* from the VtotmlnrIViples Army probablv locally iWU tted from men familiar with the rugged mountains around Laokay. The Frencn withdrew after :> '-ounter attack on Tuesday had leateni Vletnunh pressure. — %  cater d bottle BARBADOS BOTTLING CO.. LTD. Ll-ten to the COCOA COLA NffW/1 ovrr Radio Dislrlhutn.il c rveoins. 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    PAGE FIGHT BABRADOS AnVOCATT. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER. < 150 Call This Fight Off W.I. Players Gel Silver Medals COCOA is well served II. I'l I I R \\ll MIS %  I'.f. WiMe. Ih Meljcian heavy-weight champion, has lain I of Ctrl %  Farr i I I %  %  (DA week -go it was an%  HgMtng Fair (2) The proem'thai IM a only t %  tick or J< toted: "I'd %  uVI eanl S t a M liable opponent for Fair.I wrortli more %  In thai .. „ forthwith tf wilds h UM ben i his rensjunion For by no strati 'i "I DM imagination ran anyou that th. wrtou* test fur ii heavj i %  Beaten by Nielsen i. mtmsn logging Wilde has > %  nt, Nirl=cn. twic --in January and I The nmt Ums Wei* %  imd I'n seond HIM %  If Ni<, i 'ut as n reasonable oppOOCnl IT Farr how can the mm he mice beat be Muted f"r him" nut that'i not ill Wilde ha* n England MM PTalea during u i Here'* his record:— March 21. line ba oolrtti M August IT. 1M9. he losl on polntJ to Joimiv WUilami rounds at Porthcawl. On Octobci 3, 194ft. he lost r rl WeUi si Maneheeter, And on January 24. this year, he lost in four rounds n Jenny Williamagain What Farr Said i like the record o( a man able to otV .... v ,, course H deese \ Farr said I "I don'i mind who they put DM with maybe it's %  good week ago Tilt Hun bl. V ( f Nielsci %  A ..: fsteatUB. M a token of apt-: : i i %  %  Clyde Waicolt f.] c Soenant" w.ir.. Flunk Worrell, Ihe othei | badian met able that the in. * %  ,p ">. WM % %  "> I up now H r the fight I It SI n't in top Ihtng Ihi wouldn't do m< I A gOOd %  or Kir tight gem* Ih' on the public any good at I i >in % %  p %  as Sutra* -1 Uh 4. w l> a Total Use 2 "rtssMM iu %  •.II of HickrlI 411, 1as I ING ANALYSIS M R W a i M o Kar. 1 11 o Loxtor, 3 • II •> l.n Jahi IS i fj I •-pen .,1 law,, teimiAUSII.IL.ITI sdi Imll.itley Malcolm, hi o.jo.i halsa n ge to the Aiislra'i.ir, I.iwn Tenm Cup pi > %  One MS tl that each player "comes home a far richer man*' man when he went away, Malcolm'* second point is that player of Cup M a n da r d %  i I be regarded IIS an employee .f Ihe Australian 1. T A for at and wai under it* direct control for the period .f the compeUUon How right he IAmi hO* VSO unpopular he'll l>e with the boys >l| over ihe world who hnve lived the life of Rlley—and *oi paid for it i the 1..T A a very where who have materially benefited from the "shamateur '' St. Miehael Will St. Thomas Play An witcr-pariali match will be played OB Sunday 5th and 12th November at Dunacombe. St rhomns between teams from St Mnii.ni sad st Thomas The lea is uias follow SI Michael K Hall (Capt >. |. Mottley, L. Bluckett. L Austin, Scaly. K Hrathwaite. o M .Miaul L 0"Neale, K Payne. II Harewood and C, trke St. rhomav (J Welch (Capt); F Harris. F Walrond. C Dennv, ", Sialv. D. Straker, C. Sealv, ratBn, >'• fleadley and P. : lie Plaj stalls ..t 11M pjn White Balls And 24 Lamps Brighten Football App ,i. If vlsi hi LONDON. Nov. 3. illkelj In be UBt Ul> deterlorah the rlosini: itajtes ol the Eiutlan versus Yugoslav! i Inti mi Oonal match si Hlghburj on Novernber 22 A Football As said to-day that the Assoclstlor i and in expected that V i ua ivla would agree. especiall> as Ihe) had p -...UN in-fore win!| ilnti d football! wW be availahl" on the day of the match %  l..i()it -A.itt lamp" IS on each side <>f the ground %  ill IHready for immediate use Its toothtiiu were used in the second half when F.ngland roUenhani George Headley Witt Live In England KINCSI'ON. Jamaica, Nov 2. An.> %  ding to a report published tare, OeoriS lleadlcy now playUK f .s nca shl r e League cricket vill reMde pirnuinently in Eng'and where his wife and family ue proceeding shortly. Headley's decision entails a treat loss to Jamaican and West Indian ri ickct In makli 'l.dt cot Goddard arid till e 11 %  i iha Bsi b Bad | bringing %  %  I"l %  i hseh had pi 1'ioetoj t John Ooddard 1'rortor foi Kiand baattUI also Mr ;. he ha.' %  %  i Irruelf A am %  i %  p pasiied around Fouiulrv Ai Crickel The stall U (larbadm Foundry will it.i> .. erkhel match Ha at th? .row. The taanai an SUff II i ox (Capl.j V l*orter. t.. Kiln, J H llagot. W Osburne. O Parriii, t. anun) G. Gill; <:. Cog, H. May hew. Work.hop ll dosder, F Sklnrter, v\* Marshall, Douglas; J I'rice, C. Blacknan, S Edey. U App I I. Osbournc. I Millinglon Better Conditions For Oii Workers GENBVA. Nov. 3. IIK InL-i n.Lli'iiidl Labour Organisation's Petroleum Committee today wound up ntwdve-day session by adopting a programme for bettor housing, health proleetioi, .nut oducational facilities for the world's oil worker.v Employers, workers and OovernfflaBl lelegales from 14 countries took part -Beuler £ TH-UliHT! TO-MliHT!! % ..... %  %  ..*.,-,. %  • • • %  DANCE ..i ih* iHtUDfUora ooonmrj LSMOOl i sKsirrioM i M m* >>•> M. Arr-il* ISjSSHMn ,na ua uass MMII-. Dane* M-r • p m -,v.-.'.v ,'***; hSTI ""I OSrli I RenMSMbtt iha i Grand Dance : .; G.,^ br\ Ml** llOKKKN M1LUN To-morrow Nite %  I hrr RKle* COX IUIJ-. BT PIIH-lf* ADMiaalON GfiiU t %  1 Mn.w l>> Mi Pare* Oirhaatra "Chattenger" Loads Rum The SJM-lon motor vessel I anadian Challenger BlTfVCtl IB oi*. yi-stcrday to load rum and I.i' %  lor ( ..nada. For Montreal Die "Challe.i-er' bj i*ding IBM puncha i I aid 53 hall-barrels ol moleBSM iini 7yu .irlonul ruin It .\ ill <-• aking 20 puncheons and 3fi barroil of molasses for Sore] an I tut Juebee 775 cartons and 21.% punjhaoos Of molasses. It is also oadtna MO BunehaoOi Ml barn-ls nid io hau-barrahi ol rnolasaes LIOIIC with 3(Hl eurtons ot rum for SI John The -Challenger" is nmptete loading to-day and will •' mailing during the evening fOt Slcaiimhipg Bring Butter A shipment of 531 .-a.ves of tinned butter and 33 euso* of cooking butter wen landed at Barbados yesterday by n, ( steamship) 'Canadian Challenge* and "Orfeon Btar* The Orotfor, St.,,drought 2i5 cases of unned butb i I I arpool and Iha "Canadian Chailengei" boiiKht the supply from Trin .lai' Th • I M 1 • which ineiui'id moderate suppllei I I %  %  I %  landed bv Issuj) %  potatoes 11. i i The |o. BOII Star" i Thorn Ltd While UlS agents of %  in i lanai lai (:hi \< Km I i Ii Co. Ltd The Weather TOIAV sun Mesa: 1.01 a as. Sun Set*' 5 36 p m Moon (New) Nov. 9 I ..lilni: I, (Ml |t in ii ii Walrr: II.5t a m VtSTlRD.W Rainfall (Codrliigtoii) nil Total lor Month Ui rslerday: 85 In lemperaturr (Max..) 83.0'F i. in;-, i .i III i (Mln 1 73 5*1' Wind Direction ill a m t B.N.I., 13 pm.l B.N.I Wind Velocity: mile* ae. haw It.lometer < a.m.l S9 ltd 13 p m 1 M 83? 60'FOR DANGEROUS DRIVING A line of tto. %  arai Chalston Blacfcett •>' Ihi Mi. H A falmo (or rMvtna in a dangerous Mll'l il February :i His Ueanca Is to be BladuMI a %  the motor van M 'iTi'ini' v.si conunltte I. Marvin A GUI ol Ch %  Mi | A Mel.. > riving UM motor eai X iiroaci Street %  public. The offanea wai committed oi letober IS OSI pleaded uuiitv ol l re Ml A that he was on dutj on Broad Oetobei Iha inoioi i x Lng dri n by GUI Thenwas a Cycilll riding Iron) of the car and < >11 in urylnj la overtake the bicycle struck th. i"-x on whid %  ndit-u going overside from a ship in the Pi>n "i London D.cks with what I'f.lo like littie ceremony, but the staff oi the Pun of Loadou Authority know ihe deyiee of case required to handle thb viable DOMPMsMty. Wliether a product is easy to orl-load or is the nsOH ditlicult, it is safest in the experienced hands ot (he Port of London Aufhurity— ibtrr It hat 'he added .ulvanrate <>i reaching i he Luges: i>n>umer inaikef in the. world. STOP A COLD BEFORE IT STOPS YOU! %  •.%  • %  -.-.-.• %  •.•-• %  -.-.• %  % %  .-. UNIVERSITY i III I K.I 01 THE WEST INDIES Kxlru-Murul D^parlmi-nt A Lecture on THK STARS and THE UNIVERSE by Auhrev DouBls-Smilh. M.A. Tho Pavilion, St. Andr at H.Otl p.m. Admiosion : Free LQllGtO o* many uses PLAIN TAFFETA In shades of Salmon. Pink. Orchid, Gold. Lilac, Powder Blue. Grey. Rose, Green, and White. 3C" wide. Per Yard a i Brocaded Rayon In Wine, Green, P ch, Blue, Orchid. Must Gold. and White In two paltirns 34" wide. Per Yard 7G* Cave Shepherd & Co., Ltd. 10, 11, 12, & 13 Broad Street LISTERINE ANTISEPTIC At the vory finl *ymplori of a cold. sargM USTBRINB Aodsepdc, full Itreafth. LISTER INF Amisepiic raaohsi way i>.i L "n throat surfaces to kill millions oi syarSBS ^ialed w'uh COldS anil SON throats. Use ihe scruihlv precaution that h^ proved aoeaMC tl va (or million* io pruiiiiiii}; cold complications. Stop a cold before it *tops you ... gargle v. ifh LIS1 I HIM Antiseptic! IN TESTS OVER A 12-YEAR PERIOD, DAILY USERS OF LISTERINE ANTISEPTIC HAD FEWER COLDS! Hallowe'en is lots of fun E 1 E I O! . Mo P. C. Sat.. Nov. 4lh al 9 O'clock What do you like for j your Hallowe'en pals, j (.hosts and Goblins ? or \ jusl boys and tals ? It's a date November 4th I'm UNLOADING GIFTS AT COLLINS Dreg in ai < OII.IVtat look ever uur Hteaki t UM: XMA ; I'KtsK.Nls Spr Our di>: ..I KOI NTAIN l'tN> .1. : ..'I Ml HER IM)OI>S. KA/.OKS. TOILET IH)IM. flKH Hill, ETC.. ETC. HH.i.ixs im 11, s roil is. ys,'.;' r r r '.;:' r r ',',;'.:*.:.-. TO DANCE ^ QUEEN'S HOUSE ; : at ;: ,• SATUHOAY. IHI Nn\ B aumo KAWKK-. EVI Mr Clerle (i.tt sririM FOR SCHOOL CHILDREN UATINEG SM THIS MORNING The Picture "GREAT EXPECTATIONS" U>MI88i0N 12 CENTS AJw MATIMKS ,m Monri> nt 9.30 MB. and 1 Mil I >II'IIII Nil Mill BRIDGETOWN PLAYERS Present "THE MAN WHO CAME TO DINNER" Thursday. December 11 and Friday. December 15 .ii R.30 p.m. Matinee rridav. December 15lh. 0* r *S*;:::'.:' r :'.::','.* t/btC: \ ase mere... ^f .-. Through this motion picture you arc Tl* %  > eye witness to the pageantry of the Holy Jubilee. 20th Ctntuiy.Fox Ta* Vt IIIIMTI o { n ^HH YOURS TO ENJOY HOSMTALMTY We ive yau the. perfect meal in Ihe perfect aetllui. uperlallT prepared by 1 hlnetr Chefs. Iiutaat, courteous aerrlee One of l^e flneat eablnea jou've ever %  I'IIIII'.I K.-..M.ii.iiii priced, too. *o that vou ran enjoy It often. AT DROP IN TO-DAY OR TO-NIGHT AT THANI'S SALE III !" ^T I'RIMK \VM III \HY STKI IT DIAL ailili MANY uxtmiNG orraas WVAITIM-. YOU ? I.M.II ^ Kmbroidercd ANC.l \lsl PattDrr* DRAGON FOB BETTER MEALS Before your very eyes throtteh the macic of the Motion Picture Camera—you will see Ceremonies of the Vatican in Holy Year UH with "STELLA", Martini; To-day at the EMPIRE THEATRE .Va Vu tor ttuililiitff .Mnlt-riuls STANDARD HARDB0ARD SHEETS \lf thick 4' ' '. ir @ I4r. p-r W| tt 1/Kll... v 4 X • (.' :r rr '1 (I TEMPERED HARDB0ARD SHEETS I/tthick 4' > ir i* 3c. per MI II TILEB0ARD SHEETS 4' x 4'. •' 9 itr per q ft ALUMINIUM MOULDINGS In varloiui lupm for ue with Tllcboard and Hardtmard I'l,.ui,I:;I;: Btn-TER SERVICE „ „ J J WILKINSON & HAYNES CO.. LTD. has just arrived, qimntily hmitrd. S For Rwrvall.ri Dial 36 .; >



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    PACK TWO BARBADOS ADVOCATE SATURDAY, NOVEMBER. 4, 1950 fyudb Calling Noisy Prince Charlie H is BCCHJJ n ernor fl nd A) tour ih, office housmn nbami i r C t>\> 10th ....Wine Hi H.. !*• ir-f iMUfl.i--. Df.il Cafclv and W % %  •%  accompany then or They will aftriwaruN Cable Rattens, BM Bonrdnl Mall Transmitt. %  *. Station i %  Si at ion. After th< TCA weekly lli-thl In Canad" Mr Nr>-mn Mltehrll. Mai %  of the Orei-i View Hotel Mr. Milrhell experts to be i.way for one month Besid'' visit.•>]<• Montrtal and < 'her purl of Quebehr Noble Sarkar who i (turned to TnnhJad la.-t week has been appointed 1" tin' San Fernando llosStal, San Fernando. His wife Ui aggie Sarkur. also a Crlnl ha* been appointed as Radiograph, 1,1 I.„I M S iiome which hai er at the X-Rav department Colo| n wM-ratlon since 1825. nlal Hospital Por t-of-Spain. BY THE WAY — s y s^co^r HO. AI, II \ (By FRKIF DOERTUNGn IX>N Princa Charila of Mn l.uigh has been given a new •ilfh: nursery ;.i Clara ,1 gel hpr "beauty at Prince i Elisabeth to her I vj aMaaj iw weeav an>< .1 .,hi nurtrr; t Eli'.li.iriili's Lot I. ill < %  ill ha twi N.Aetna*. 14. la i gnger' in,i inclined to ; %  ' the dawn witli all the e*ubenin< Q cl a rooster that he has often ... k*n Mi baby %  aaMr'i ran*. BUtabatb, vlsiling HI VlCa men's work-hops siid "Wf I :%  Chai tea durl i | i ;ir h uday ,,i Ra Jm ar a n< us: into everything." He goes to bed at 8 p.m.—th %  ..MMtime us his %  I Accurate Stor> T*HE tarn" "Devotion", whu i is tne title of film snort>. to be shown at the AqualnCl ID would hardb I IB a elue mat it is an aceura' I ton of the trrai <>f tni -ant* Slaters; Charlotte wb wrote "Jane Eyre", and Emil *h wrote "Wutherlng Height' • is film would greatly mUv %  at whool children %  l< ing or have done either he** tw.> stories. unlike bar uoaa not daop off to sleep irni'i'i'iteH He ha-, a Ml hit Irddy uaai .mil ifej play la somHtianca noisy, deaptte the admonishment .4 "ffaany* Helen Lud R>al InUrlainment Again at 10 p m. when Princess ... her la-t feed an*. Lined', ih* fmur. KlIKland 1.11 1 '."i. 1... ,1 ntartalnncM 1. 1 can be hoard iurn • i.. loy s .htier.. OO Ilia shelf or bouncing about ir. %  is on the whole a waitbrhavrd yojngs'er and is kept llrmly in hand by Nanny IvghtBul he Is. nevertheless. ...1 boy Pi n cas F.iir.abeth I •>> Innatural She 1 onaidaTi thai continual keep bun <*>mpletely 1 -. f Anne would not be DajrUcularty eonduehnt to th* j.roper bruiher-^ister re'alion-' lp Charles might resent his Oil 11; t n,i 1 inPi nice Charles haa 1 movM to a de• em with a view 1 ik when he ran, if it Ig his royal wish, -raise a little ealn" at night Anne will be able to lleep no etly and undisturbed in his old night nursery. In his old 1 with kis gay animal pictures on ire wa 1 H..th children continue to shave %  e dav nursery, which Is part of i'v suite on the second i< 11 oi Clarenea House. —I B_i af OUream Baoaa, their London boms. About the Annual Bazaar Highest Since 1864 I x ' :: !" ;,town One of ilking over Ocifall with ma, .said that %  '.' on his estate Collogc. ... %  %  1, • month's rainfall %  I igh< t>>i the month of %  re to IHiluiplayoil shortly lH the leading stores, hotels end xn,. T L C %  .. clubs I'M.: prtoa amm to D Wnal IntySay About Ua! Buaao'e College; Secon Prize went to the poatci da our girls in Uie fourth form H Wnlfnifl School and Thir I iirize was won by B. Cole of yuci n' CoOaVh The Ilrsl Annual Bazaar trai in I83S. They were mainly held in Queen's Park, but for the past two yean they have been held tt Ihe Drill Hall. Tt Hazaar takes place on December I id t .. %  Drill Hall The funds from this bazaar 00 to help the occupants of an .,, 'TWERE is to be a Landlordh' 1 Who's Who Ml May. who is editing it 1 gel the lull set of 7U.UO0 publicans (complete wltti lected soon. We are somewhat startled at leading this, because for the last 20 years we have been working on u Barmaids* Wl. %  Who and we hope that Mr May em't %  • %  .. tin, his time To put him on Ihe right iiM we print p few typical entrie Janes, Snowy tMlss); The Smokey Pipe of Cheltenham Bli DipUu i Portsmouth. Answer* to th< call of "MUs." Blonde, 13 .-tone Pinkie. "We ih ill hlvi I 4 lb. Bit shaky on Ihe measure ot the mermaid line, the lampshade but listens well to stories of line, and Hying p.. misunderstood husbands Ibub back* 1 Judo, spsrkrsy. Axnnte: Ginger Pig. Ilury w< alwa>a brlngi St Edmunds Birthplace, Portshat own mouth. Blonde (up to last SalMt out on urday). 14 stone 3 o/Generous A on measure but loves cats and cannol ilng v-n she baby-talk Avoid aubjeet of bul Rupert and the Castaway —3,9 TT. .1 i .M\ i.ni nual H !< %  talking about photographs) colIpragg, \ .. • % %  on in. aaui dock watdv people, has her own troubles Hobble %  i.nics 1 n hitiii GabUm "L'iK Laanour r m.\ %  I n*ON beini divorced, natl/c v Wtgnj e uplag on the West l dand Of Barbados divide and property 1 that omaUnag the %  awi the faim'i two and takes his hall him Tins,' open Miles then boarded up by th.oeeutum arc rehouses iracraph is UMludod in .11 article. "Keeping up with the bj Freling Foster, which %  ppearad in Colun Magazine Sept, 30th. 1W50) All a Flutter TPHE latesl Zodiac (Cable and Wireless) staff magazine to rbadoa ahowi that their lade otugnd three vain 1111 Hua Buadnut Douituac 1 i I'-I I*. (Bl 1 monrv land boos (or Un,H> When ill thr wood hu been Hraggcd up 10 ihr highril peani ot inr island th Imlc pcoplr ghi found 10 ir whit hippcn* nc*t. H 1 'I vou atan the be? HJW you tny m*ich ^ *W> rtup*:*. No, indeed I tuv*n't." •Ur. "We mm do a ntri '.-h^nr.l >*." CIKWIKK 1 \agc I li* (nidi .. %  00d nd. Ir %  %  IHBC In • %  %  mnlir cutt Net* TOYS lill be added Regularly : NYLONS In all choice shades GIFT HANKIES i Boxed and bw \ Evans & Whitfields—Your Shoe Store PLAZA Theatre-BR/DGfr0WN reave** % %  ** %  Bsai %  kbu Ltk n hi n.-i.ij... cat'ii 11 Dean MASTEHPIWK SAMSO.X AJVB nKI.H.AH" Ossai %  > tvataaaCeai 4 Hl> .SHOWS TODAY: 9.30 AM aV 1 30 — 4.45 and 8 30 P M PLAZA Theatre > %  OISTIN t ONTIM nra H O M I C I D I With BOBEHT D04JOLAI HELEN WESKOTT MIONITE MATIN Ft TONITI. B m aTka Mail KID*. 1 1 -. V-M '--' Hoorli I'evlew 10 • m Th* DaB* as %  11 %  > r.i *i u ^' *'.' .r >0. fl ., Mn'tr > < >. w a • Ur eiveui n.. 1 an r The B-tutar t W rke i P Nr-. a IS h ax %  ehasa T>>e N**I **>Ul 1*0.1. S.JO IUC S II p m Oo 'on M !". r. • SO p 1 : 00 L£ TM 10 p m IXTlie 0 ii p 1 T* be 4u^ lltimtKi Bno 11.'"J "' 1 Down G&t MEMORIAL SERVICE %  rrom Our 0* air*p. leas 01 mePBory tad f nerry. • % %  i!v -• %  H~l. f-i and worry If torn ijir any of tiiaae lympiomi. Son I '^la> irealmeiti a ine>e da*, baokuaa i-iur Ufa may M in dancer Naata ii.-.. ,i> Bnown a* Hran) a .< %  %  %  r*..-al ai-ovary, reducea 111*1 Blood I'reaatua anth thSrM Saaw. lakaa a heavy load off lha heart, and maKaa you feel yaara youacer hi a leaday*. CJ*i Noaio from your i-kenum loda*. II la e>>arant-#d lo iiah* you fal it %  M airons or monoy BSiik. AFTER THE RACES Injoy DANCING It (ASI-AKi.NA CLUB Bartle ir-... ...a. Orrheslra. STEAKS & SNACKS Throujhoul ihe Nlht ADMISSION (Or. THINIDADIAN TURFITES WELCOMED V*OM lea fill filk-r Win r #-• ml rv T1t-n\ four next hist Itt-l ti itiilil hm m Viiil allmr m mmmt -xrilina DA Y lo Ih. CHINA DOLL RESTAURANT (No. ii. MARHILL STREET) SOCIETY'S RENDEZVOUS whars or uhanaln,; on-ntal EeceptlonUt sod three highly Uained authentic Ohlneae Chef, juat wait te ers yeu. OPEN TO TIIO-MII SHRIMPS and 0TSTER8 ON MENU' Dies at the "DOLL" fer Us best Clun-c Pood" And If* Fashionable GLOBE To-d.y S.OO a 8.30 p.m. lo Tursd.v Dana ANDREWS Marta TOREN Stephen epl McNALI.Y To-night nk'lt-r lit*' HACES Special Dinner Dance al CLUB MORGAN Listen lo The CLUB .MURC1AN HIT PARADERS On Rndii. Distribution %  I 8.15 and hear a sample of the Peppiest Swing Music in the Caribheiin with ALICE ARMSTRONC. al the piano for continuous entertainment DIAL 4000 For Sleak or Chicken Dinners Tn-ilayS Tip J-et your first act on morning be to GARGLE with a mixture of warm water and a little LiMtii. I'M: YOU'D be surprised at the PHLEGM il brings from your throat LIMOLKNE It U 87e. s BatHe JUST RECEIVED THERMOS VACUUM JABS Wldr MoaUl rial 1 Plat Also REFILLS far I Plal A 4 I'lnl C CARLTON BROWNE W l %  %  a RassD DracsM IM. % %  > %  at. DU Mil SWORD IN THE DESERT The -New-High" in Adventure Films There were five who came from the four corners of the earth .... to keep a violent date with destiny. Bullets screamed their fame and burning sands record their deeds LOCAL TALENT AUDITION To-morrow Morning at 9.M O'clock EMPIRE ToM .U a l-M ••>• Ctta.lnj Col C Slegel Presants "HaUA" Burring Ann SHERIDAN— Victor MATURE "IWLY VEAI19M" A Feature Molieo Pleture that wM take >uu on the PILgriaaace EXTRA Thr I. J lest British Movietone News BOXY Todu U MimS.j 4.30 SIS M-G-M Big Double Johnny WErSSMLTJ.ER Maureen C8ULLIVAN. John SIIEFFIK1.I) In •TARZANS NEW YORK ADVEfuTRF" "BLACK HAND" with Gene KELLY. J. Carrol NAISH, T. CELL. 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