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The Barbados advocate
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Wedmuesday
Nevember 29

1950



Harbadus

Couneil Send Gas KOREAN PRESEDENT a Le |
Bill Back To House

With Amendments

|

NATURAL GAS in Barbados will be nationalised|
if the House of Assembly agre2 to the amend-
ments which the Legislative Council made to the
enabling Bill which they passed yesterday, and
which will be sent back to tue House of Assem

bly for them to approve or disagree with the}
_ amendments.

Ask $3,000,000
Wage Increase
IN BG.









The Legislative Council refer-
red the bill to a Select Committee
under the chairmanship of the
Hon. Dr. H. G. Massiah and yes-
terday adopted the report of that
committee,

In addition to

recommending



‘U.S. Charge

Wm

Price:
FIVE CENTS

Year 55

U.N. Troops Yield

Ground In N. Korea
200.000 SHATTER MAC’S
END OF THE WAR HOPES

TOKYO, Nov. 2u.
(,ENERAL MACARTHUR admitted today that
his hopes of bringing the Korean War to a



Red China

With Aggression

WASHINGTON, Nov. 28





Fiche htt | Glates today pub- quick end had been shattered by the intervention
vith on in Korea. Assis: of over 200,000 Chinese Communist troops who
int Sevrerary of State John D. | were now arrayed against United Nations troops.
‘elegation at the United Nation Heavy reinforcements of Chinese Communist sol

1 this deec’sion by telephone

diers were also concentrated in Manchuria “within













Hiekerson telenhoned Ambassa
certain amendments which were | %>» Warren Austin shortly befo the privileged sanctuary north of the international
accepted, the Committee pointed) day’ United Nations Security
GEORGETOWN, B.G. Nov. 28 Ee thet although agreeing that! pdoy's) Unived Nawens pecuety, — poundary’’ and were constantly moving forward,
British Guiana sugar producers|the Bill should be passed they | This is a step which the Ameri- he added.
are being called upon to meet| were of the opinion that before it » Government has heretofore ‘“ oo”
wage increases to sugar workers|is brought into operation every | refrained from taking on the Consequently we face an entirely new war, Gen.
of $3,000,000 as from January |} ¢ffort should be made by the Gov- vound that to charge any nation MacArthur said ina personal communique,
next. Within 24 hours after the ernment to explore the possibility | with aggression might set ‘n action
Association had decided to in-]of a settlement with the British , an extreme y serious chain of} His troops meanwhile were
crease wages by five per cent | Union Oil Company by means of; l-vents—since once an aggressor is} | yielding ground in Northwest
with effect from the current pay | @ lease 4 | » labelled there is strong pressure! | Korea only under the most
week the cost of living bonus paid The Council also passed an} te act against him ~(Ronter,) | extreme pressure. They fought
to sugar estate workers resulting address to His Excellency the |

in a rise in industry on the wage
bill by about half a million dollars
per annum, a Conference of 70
representatives of estate joint
committees and branch officials of
the Manpower of the Citizens’ As-
sociation empowered the executive
to approach the Sugar Producers’
Association with a three million
dollar request.

At the same time the conference |
approved a resolution that Gov-
ernment be approached to take
effective steps to reduce the cost

Governor stating this opinion and
added that the Council
Government might find it
barrassing to raise a loan to pay

compensation in cash in view of
the many other proposals of
capital expenditure which may

require the Government
the loan market.

The Hon, Dr, Massiah told
Council that the Select Committee
| appointed to consider and report
on the bill had had six major
meetings and one smaller one and

to enter

most of them had lasted for three

felt that
em-

the



| desperately to stem tidal waves ot
| Chinese and Korean Communist
| onslaughts which surged fiercely
around the battered right flank
| where the Communists poured
| through the Tekchon gap

MALIK
OBJECTS





Chinese and North Korean
LAKE SUCCESS, Nov .28 troops hurled themselves to
Tacob Malik. Soviet de'egate, day against Kujangdong in the
gain objec.ed at the Security | rorthwest in an attempt to
Counejl “meeting today o the ' throw pack General Mac
aon ting of the For Se an a Arthur’s east flank
Korean quest ons on the agenda ne rey
Malik said at the opening of once the centre



|
Kujandong
|







the Couricil meeting thet ‘hig att! of the line became the flank
5 ’ ar \ n the { , ! {| hours or longer and they had con- de remained the same as yester- when the South Korean §
of living by pegging prices cf} sidereq the matter very exhaus- day. The joining of the two issues oe3\ | Corps was dispersed from
essential foodstuffs, tively he said, had been carried out | Tokchon two days ago,
The Association appreciated that | : : ertificially and deliberately.” |, South Sage fighting * =
the cost of living had risen be-; , “ 7, He did not howeve: prolong his left of the 25th Division facer
yond the figure for which the cost Rail Roading

of living bonus was increased by, ey
6§ per cent at the beginning of | perts ‘they could on the matter|
this year, but while stressing that | and they had come to unanimous
the price received for their pro- | ¢onclusions with the exception of

had consulted all the ex-

ducts in 1950 far from. justifies |certain points with which the

any increase in wages without an | }jon. Colonial Secretary did not

increase in the local price of sugar, | agree }

took into account an increase in| The commitiee had considered ; :

the molasses price to Be peid next |the pill section by section and LIFE Photographer Howard Sechurek caught Kor ea’s scar’ i Prosident Byngman Rhee exulting over
year and agreed to an increase in |the first point that struck the the liberation of most of his country, and showing grcat coniidence in tho final victory of the U.N.



the present cost of living bonus of |committee was that the bill was forces despite temporary set-backs.



40 per cent paid to all sugar | another example of another bill From L IFE International for Nov € omber 2¢ Copyright TIME Inc. 1950
estate workers in the field and the | being railroaded through the} ~ en ee :
factory by five per cent on a

Other Place without its having




























Government was gambling in the
matter. The experts had told
them that they could not guaran-
tee the location or the capacity of
the reservoir of the gas. No one
knew where it was coming from.
It was submitted that it might

eoming from a fall or fissure

price may or may not justify.
—Can. Press.

definite understanding that this l been sent to a committee or dis- Egypt Will |
increase must be regarded as being ;cussed extensively as it should | Ou ] i a S
on account of any further wage);have been. _ h 1 36 | ote
negotiations which the 1951 export The Committee felt that the Aboli 1S e |
|



U.K. Treaty

Says Foreign Minister
CAIRO,

Open In Curacao

CURACAO, D.W.L., Nov. 28th.
The Fourth Session of the West Indian Conference opened

Communists Out
In Uruguay Polls

uy

Nov. 28























which might be many miles] Egyptian Foreign Minisie: | vn Monday with delegates expressing the hope for fruitful
On Page 8 Mohamed Salah El Din bey said results from the 14-day meeting of representatives from
MONTEVIDEO, Uruguay, ¢ oe Pek OR
7 . Nov. 28. in an *nterview Rig : , -* an’|_ British, United States, French and Dutch territories.

s f th D t IN Gos culiehitest doubt t t the 16 1933 7 te etek Neth-
upporters 0} he pro-Vemocra ‘ one . 3 in . Fis criands Minister to Mexico, pre-
Presidential candidate, Andres GUERILLAS treaty would be abolished eith Woman Charged ided at the meeting of some 178
Martinez Trueba, claimed victory CONTROL IN NEPAL eer Britain’ or by | es ; |celegates who w-ll discuss mainly
in Uruguay’s elections, which action in EBYD). 6S ni ; Aas y |agricultural development in the
were marked by a smashing de- PATNA BIHAR, Nov. 28. _ Mohamed Salah Paes ey a Is | W ith 15 Murders ic ribbéan. At. the third. Confer-
feat for Communists on Monday. Nepali Congress guerillas oper- | (Ue Ny ei og ee : Pl ae : _ cnee held in Guadeloupe in 1948,
President Luis Battle Berre’s| ating in southwestern Nepal are ate ri Makati published by | ; he i ah * | industrial deve’opment of the area

newspaper Accion said that the| now in control of the major part] nee re ia Foreign Mir ae i vntiar henal reviewed.
returns were incomplete and un-| of a town in the Butwal district oe eiea. “This leat is en esday he had ey ar hy arty The Conference including dele-
official but showed clearly the|90 miles from the capital Khat- longer v ecumeure ix 3 2 os? ch int: ‘ Le mn it ! ry ice ( ected
é wae ; 5 ssary. ld coi ation cé Bad > La Try Ellis i“
election of Martinez Trueba. mandu pecenrcing to Congress “Anglo-Egyptian relations have! According t@ charges ag Jetherl: inds a Vice President

ee Oe eet a a eer O They calld Nepali G nment become most difficult” he declar- of e camp’: former | By itish Fre ich ard United Stat

office on January 1 for a four- They saic en - egeenen ed. , Commander ‘pinging Kormaufil Hae Si ee eee
year term, succeeding Batlle for oon at the town ew , ae “Egypt is heading for danger- were tear s of Jewish srisoners} , . : ‘ £6 erie ae es neat
Berres who under the law is un-} into the district Governor's forti-| (4. difficulties if London is not | * oa ae: ae + pris i ‘Jreport of the Secretary-Genera
able to succeed himself. — Can.| fied cae 4 which was now under} convinced that our legal rights |“uIred to one as vi y at on called for more cont oe ae
Press. siege.—Reuter, s > granted.” —Reurer, | y waggons a inning spe in various fields including labour
r r should begrentes | Frau ‘ och is charged with in-|and training in agriculture and
citing 45 murder and 135 at-/ reduction of customs and tariifs

camp in-
Austrians |
scores




Chai

HIGH WINDS,

RAIN ADD | Alsatian Dog ()o'o8 SS:

vith re sponsibility for

man D. R. Riemens of the

Netherlands said



that the Con-
W ! h C f other cruelties \ference wi'l do its utmost as long
NE HORROR TO ETNA as e€ ure sf already ha erved four |i is no political or internal govern-



now com-; mental problems are involved
United | Che conference selected a Draft-

a life sentence,
given her by a



BUENOS AIRES, Nov. 28. rooted.

CATANIA, Nov. 28.





















Until the police arrested her}States War Crimes Court for acts nee rate. oeBatein). R
Howling winds and lashing rain last night added another yesterday Catala Savietori, 49-| Allied nationals ee a. a ena
horror to the roar of Etna voleano which hurled plumes of Te ictek "orartine ed Sunt | Press (United States) and J, Van Boven

fire into the sky. re as peerage g 3) (Netherlands)
ally among women hose skin | ‘ Daccrat Committe id
Lava ash covering the countryside for miles around turned | infections she claimed t be able | 15 Killed In Clash E ine cs noted cons ite et ov
to a soggy carpet of grey black slush. Men, women and chil-|to cure through the magical pro- crate teinited states) Ww
dren fell on their knees on the mountain slopes and prayed pee o. ee . x “ aah HARISMITH, Orar se Fr * Seba iitat hattandey.<: wad.”
fervently to Saint Andrew that the voleano’s fire would be} jn) ‘found. a large number of, 4 hirteen Africans. wé re report- | Rinaldo (France )- The 14 terrt
‘ rf / ‘Ss rep ented are 1 B sh
extinguished by rain. But while they prayed a new gush | patients, many carrying packets of je killed when | e and Afri- neni Wigrt rrinided a Pabaed
burst into life about midnight on the crater lip above For- |sweat-meats for Tito, waiting to|can ~eleahe: 00 ie Witziessoek |{0 Otica, Barbados, | Windward
d whi hot la d t be cured. Savietori.claimed tlrat, )Atrican Reserve yesterday fahaiie sritish Honduras :
nazzo and white hot lava spewed out. . their infections would disappear} Two European policemen were Briti h Guiana: United States
From at least 37 fissures on the | after Tito licked them. | killed and 15 injured in the clash, | °''"* see af Musrto Rite and th
2 5 crater, fountains some 1,400 yards On hearing of her arrest her, The trouble broke out when a ov - to te Pounds depart
Mayor Chastises wide, have divided into two main}og-\ear-old god-son Jose Angel roup of Africans armed with V irgin se 5; 16, F a ore e
streams of lava, one wren Pienero, who lived with her, s, battleaxes and __ stones aaa oft menage, ae tae
at ; Milo and the other on For- a owl ha djFrench Guiana; the } srlands
Councillor nazzo at roughly 40 yards an hour ee ats etna Dae [au aie See ieee to ‘enve territories of Surinam and Dutch

- ec é ° .

Authorities have made all pve-







































; : , r Africe West Indies,
> spital shortly |summonses on four Africans ‘ :
(From Our Own Correspondent) ‘ A He died in hospi 5 J —C.P
parations to evacuate some 2,009]. be aha . —Reuter.
PORT-OF-SPAIN, Nov. 24, | Villagers. whose homes are} @fterwards. Reuter.
, At a meeting of the City Council | threatened with destruction.
in _Port-of-Spain, Councillor| " jt js impossible to say how long
Quintin O’Connor was chastised |the lava might take to reach the
by the new Mayor, Councillor | villages. Its speed and direction a oure he on em ne O
Raymond Hamel-Smith. are unpredictable. The contours
It all came about when Mr.|of the mountain may divert the
> ‘ e expe mut no twe yeople
O’Connor opened a verbal attack | danger. THE third and last man to be none, and Me. Det ar addressed the “page 2 byt ae . we. pore |
on Councillor Joseph Herrera] But it seemed likely this morn-] sentenced to hang at this sitting Jury . ae ee ee 3 ee moment
who had told him: “You must]ing that about a dozen outlying}of the Court of Grand ns erda * " Wher ‘- Sad \
: } a ah : Pr ere . > vere Mr. Dear submission
have some decency about you.” | houses of Fornazzo would be obli |was Charles Forde wt a jury Two-Fold Defence jkhar rddtatiod of tteel ottence
The Council was at the time) terated by nightfall. —Reuter. styl anes nae 4 of his Mr. Dear put up two-fold from murder t manslaughter
seeking to fill the two vacancies oY tke ee oi. cea ‘The prisoner defence. He said that discrepan- was concerned. Mr. Reece cited
on the Port-of-Spain Corporation . b wife, z Fe prisone) eee at a a sane \rohbefd on the law relative to
Slectrictty ole the. defeat of two Councillors at > > ah ae ach 7 tn ad ene naceed durv could not be satisfied that of adultery and killing her e fr
, * say before se 2 ‘ . a. nae tior atisfied paramour on the spur of the
ne age gv gaked O'Connor Journalist Dies he did not reply eel pom ee ene a tl, + Roel
for his vote. the latter jumped (Pram Our Own Correspondent) The murder climaxes a married as to the guilt of the accused ies sane ndmaeiae ee ee mn
to his feet declaring: “After all art denen et ae life of eee witt ae Joe His second ean of defen _ vans they were considering
you must give me a chance to|. * ais “i: |Clarke, with whom it was admit- thet even i rey were satisfie Gann Wovel
r CLY len ¢ 2z was friendly > tha as t accused who hac ~ as
sign.” wan a a — fais * ted that Inez was frien ly. The cat . ; ” _ " use i ne pes He submitted that the Prosecu-
Mr. Herrera: “You must have = waceek re + if B rt ie Prosecution _usged g’ ep oh acne eer es eal’ Mn haa proved their case to the
x a feo arbaacos, vg sv whic cal ! Forde, ve that the accused been Uo. le proved v¢ ca ,
ane decency about you, 2 a Mr. Thorne ante “Trinidad at co. aT St kay w, to knife ms provoked over a long period hilt and that the defence of man-
aateus heard sone Ne the end of the nineteenth century his wife to death near Canefield of time by his wife ociation ee ce not stand
ridiculous st the y tation, St. Thoma on Ju with Joe Clarke the hen he The Chief Justice surnming up
Mr. O'Connor: “You . know and in am: ee: rf ss 1 ro ion = : oe Oe ee neg eee tas oe eee bont es Hepiesae BE
nothing about the working of Port-of Spain , aan i a a ne Hark) Wak. Seite PE was eAtitled to have the expressed ar opinion on the
this Council. It is only when your | reporter, cu ve of: erp ny by His Honour the Chief J offence reduced f murder to facts of the case they would
capitalist friends come here you| '@wspaper shorthand’ Wiel lan Collymore for the laughter emet that thes either
show your face 3ut you are icte Mr Mr Reece rep r f the lopt tt pit if they
impertinent... .” i PLANE RETURNS Rex rc. s t e ( i i tt the ree th the r discard them
Mr. Herrera: “You never re~{ B.W.1.A’s fl 1 | Mr. D f the lid 1 He warned
Ss ec > ir’ nere I f her etting their consid-
please ome your I will ' k : A co . : ) ympatl ‘ er a
continue ny this . oom leave Seawel al
rs ¢t i eave “awe i
' | }













hiect on and the agenda was heavy Communist pre-dawn
adepted, with the items on it ufack, Other South Koreans were
Renter witi.drawing from Yongsandong

Said turers

294th division which had

e 15 miles west of Yongbon
Nehru Goin On vhe extreme left of the
Zs ‘vont the :

e been fanni out west and north
, ; of Pakchon hed *o withdraw closer
Keep Down W.L | Zo Karraccht pi %iror ret eeinares close
. WT x ; 9 series of niaht attacks dented the
JAMAICAN SAYS Prime SR De eS ie middle of the division’s line.
WELLING TON - Indian Parliament to-day he had |,, To the east where South
VELLINGTON, N.Z., Nov. 28 ‘ae invited by the Pakistan Koreans had withdrawn over 20
The Jamaican delegate — Prima Minister Liaquat Ali Khan | Miles in two days, Chinese Com-~
the Commonwealth Parliamentary | ;, Sieit: Karachi Saws munists swept on to the southeast
Asscciation Conference chargec te gaid he would avail himself of Tokchon
today that none of the millions] of the invitation “as soon as cir- Ye °
taken in profits from the West|cumstances permit.” Grave Situation
indies sugar industry by manu- Meanwhile at Karachi, Liaquat
facturing countries was returnec}| Ali Khan reiterated his countrys The situation today 96 hours
to improve the living stan-| desire for peace particularly with | after MacArthur had launched
lards for the West Indian, Mr|india but warned that Pakistan| what was to be his “Home for
D. B. Sangster told the Confer-] would ‘“‘not yield one inch” of

Christmas” offensive
to be grave.

was admitted

nee: “These countries are selling} her territory

commodities to Jamaica at their

te anyone,

‘ American units were fighting
wn price and taking raw ma The Premier was taying before grimly and taking heavy toll of
terials at a price which keep: {Parliament the 11 month corres- (the Communists but were still
down living standards Can | pendence between himself and) joing pressed back
Press Indian Prime Minister Pandit J. :
r Nehru on reaching a joint “no As the situation continued te
war” agreement deteriorate General Mac Arthur
The text of 21 letters exchang- |summoned his two chief com-
Showers Hold Up Work ed between the two Premiers :

manders to an urgent conference







On Waterfront since last January was made] jn Tokyo “With the intervention
7 dale : public to-day of over 200,000 Chinese Communist
FREQUENT showers of ra | —Reuter, troops organised on the Man-
prevented smooth working in the} filled tas hii ink Sede churian side of the border, the
shipping again yesterday | United Nations faced an entirely
Deck hands of the ships in YELL THE ADVOCATE — || new war,” he declared
Car isle Bay and of some of the THE NEWS | ‘ , ‘
vess2ls in the Careenage had to et ‘i ~ solution must 1 foun
keep the hatche covers close at | iting 3113 Day or Night. | within the Councils of the United
and so as to prevent the c argo | oe THE ADVOCATE Nati oe as ro oe now ite
eing wet by the rain. 7 a were beyond the authority of its
The schooners Paes w.| BALE ROR Mee: | raititary commander.”
Smith” and “Mary : Tete \ —(Reuter,)
vhich brought 3,500 a of rice iieietiteeth a
here over the week-end, were 44
considerably handicapped by the -
showers.

Nevertheless, during every} YY 2 al), thy ot
break in the rainfall, the ships AM LA SOW) Y Mhe bed wile
were at work and lighters covered

with tarpaulins, were emptying
themselves of their cargoes

Reject Proposal

By SYDNEY GAMPBELL
LONDON, Nov. 28.
Wool producing nations have
turned down a proposal that the
United States be allowed to select
the wool she wants before world
upplies come up for sale at pub-
lic auction, the Board of Trade
innounced to-day
A communique on tt recent
wool conference held in Melbourne
Australia said it had been decided
that this ‘pre-emption’ system
would not be practicable
The United States wants
100,000,000 pounds (weight) of
clean wool up to next




June for
her defence and stockpiling needs
—Keuter.

The distinguishing

characteristic of doing



that which is just
right is a natural instinct
in all men and women

of inherent good taste.






ed the meaning of the phrase | Just as it is natural
“malice aforethought either
express or implied.” Malice | for them to select
mea a wicked intention to kill
or to do some grievous bodily Benson & Hedges
1 rich ha jeath | ”
arm. from wil Peers | cigarettes on all those
resulted |
Express malice was where the} occasions— ;
wicked intention wa xpressed |
py threats or quarrels or abuse, | when only the best will do.
etc and implied malice meant}|
that the wicked intention could|
be implied by the nature of the!



attack, the weapon used and so

forth.



’ . t } A rad

fhe Chief Ju tic e went briefly itd, ne: Lea
through the evidence, and gave} hilo Oe ea : «
the jury the law as regards the] In tins of 50 a7 snlaenicn
degree of provocatior which 81.06 TOBACCOMISTS TO
would entitle eduction of an eee, Oe
offence fron irder to man-}





aughter, and the law as regards \ SUPER VIRGINIA CIGARETTES
as ey wife in| f BY



see EN ENS ON nd HEDGES
Re ata ce ae Liv dle OLD BOND STREET, LONDON

‘th a8 | f S Be Pa atte Tne The 4
rawn ho







PAGE TWO

Carib Calling

- Married On Saturday
ISS BRENDHILDA KING.

NOVEMBER 29, 1950

BARBADOS ADVOCATE

EEE ed
PINK SALM . ‘i EEG IESE L LEED IISO DD
oT . On B.B.C. Radio Ee eneonern errs 1 AQUATIC CLUB CENEMA (Members Only)

WEDNESDAY,





@ nm MATINEE TO-DAY at 5 p.m
| TONIGHT & TOMORROW NIGHT at 8.30
r a e t Bud Abbett, Lou Costello e
in “MEXICAN HAYRIDE si
s ri a Grey, Luba Malina, Jotlm Hubbar
WEDNESDAY, November 29, 1950 with Virginia Grey, Lu a rears
¥.15 am. Thirty minutes at the Piano. @ e . A Universal-Internatio Pie a é

{\

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i

THURSDAY at 5 p.m.
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A STAR



7.45 a.m. Childhood Days, 8.15 a.m ‘> Meee fees
: : ; - * ¥ By Special Request :
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Work and Worship, 8.30 p.m. BBC West | $} MATINEE
€ - ‘ of England Light Orchestra, 12.15 p.m ? J. Arthur Rank presents
Cuthbert King of St. Ann’s, Music for Dancing, 1.15 p.m. Mid week » “TIGHT LITTLE ISLAND”
jarri yas married on Saturde taik, 1,30 p.m. Bulifineh and the bound- % TIG 4 SLAN
Garrison was marri on a) ly er, 2.15 p.m. Sports Review, 2.30 p.m % Starring Basil Radford and Joan Greenwood
| afternoon to Mr. Robert Watson, Have a Go, 3.00 p.m. British Concert %
son of Mrs. Iris Watson of mal 42 ffi ag ae to hee x =
“UWalweyin® : om. My kind of Music, %
Walwyn”, Worthing and the late Moreton and Dave Kaye, 5.30 p.m. Ul- > IGETOWN
, Mr, John Watson. ster Magazine, 6.00 p.m. English Songs, > LA ZL eatre-—BRIDG T
30

The ceremony which took place
shortly after 4 o’clock at St
Patrick’s Church was performed
by Fr. A. Parkinson, the church
being decorated in anthurium

620 pm. From the third Programme
4.50 p.m. Intertude, 7.15 p.m The music
of Harry Gold and his pieces of eight,
71.43 p.m. Childhood Days, #.15 p.m.
United Nations Report, 6.20 p.m. Com-
poser of the week, 8.30 p.m mid week
Tak, 8.45 p.m. strike up the music,

TO-DAY and TOMORROW 5 & 8&8. pom.

|

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| Another Cecil B. DeMille’s Triumph

| “STORY OF DR. WASSELL”
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ith Gary Coop and others
lilies for the occasion, Mrs. 930 p.m. Land_ and Lavestos®, ee . aeeeangi : tue 2 e
Tempro presided at the organ. — Eaging. 11/90 Pg “ihe third Pro- Special Mat. THURS. 2 p.m Narrie "OF HEL MAS a
The Bride who = given in griere | Geitie' tian ta OD ie aid of Boys one)
marriage by her father wore a auras ; by kind permission o ‘eommis-
dress of embroidéred anglaise ant “BORDER G-MAN” & Halses Boca ta tremens
with a sweetheart neck. Her train GOOD COLLECTOR Our CHEF has a certain %/'| «pyMBER STAMPEDE” Doors opén at 7.15 p.m.
Bete ye era finer, sam, for Xian LONDON 5 See ome ee en ee S| eee
a . / ;
. 7 . ‘ parties is mate of very ; ai il- item on the Menu }
mother’s veil, of Brussels fet salmon ,suned , British mountaineer Harold Til- | every i
which was kept in place by a tri 1 with te a Yesttate man has just returned from tue really special. Enjoy our PLAZA Theatre — OISTIN
iare re exactly t | Himalayas with 1,000 rare plants s | TO-DAY & TOMORROW 5 & 8.30 p.m. (Warner's Double)
tiara of orange blossoms, and her ¥ to mateh. Necklace and y : palate—thrilling dishes | -
bouquet was a shower of pink | *#ftings xre artificial and 175 specimens of rare birds 31 | Edmund O'Brien in “THE BIG PUNCH
radiance roses and cofalite. Londo traress Sérvwe for the British museum, —(A.P)./% TO DAY $ || “PIGHTER SQUADRON” with Wayne Mortis
There were three Bridesmaids, = ; 3 Color by Technicolor
Miss Rosemary Watson who wore rR Midnite Show SATURDAY 2nd (R.K-0. Radio Double)
orchid taffeta, Miss Brenda Roett 0 aiieeh oi ene
who wore green and Miss Pat ¥ a= Prices eee a
Raison who wore gold. Their 3 TO-NIGHT ote ~-PRIDAY and SAT. 5 & 8.30 p.m.
we. Victo hag oa Their “CROSSED TRAILS” & “TRAIL TO MEXICO”
style — Victoria , — =
headdresses were wreaths of [ae —
flowers and they carried fans to é- ;
match their dresses. \ SS qé Ab EETY (The Garden) ST. JAMES
Bestman was Mr. Allan ——_ y oh : CeDAY sod Sadbeleiy aah oni
and th sh were Mr. Glyne on s ry “Di H q 30 p.m,
Moore, Mr. Austin Gibbs, Mr. § of (SL : | Nils Asther in MAN IN HALF-MOON STREET
Harold Durant and Mr. Terrence ‘ a Bob Hope in “SORROWFUL JONES”
Gill, e > r : Geek abet Seanad eke cheatin oe
After the veremony a reception : FRIDAY, SATURDAY 8.30 p.m, ;
was held et St. Ann’s Court, g ; James Oliver Curwood’s Duncan Renaldo as Cisco Kid
Area Engineer a ; % Make adate with YOt “WOLF HUNTERS” “IN OLD NEW MEXICO”
‘ d, and length disappears “ ' fl ;
R. “BOB” GREENE, Inter- Taking éare that ay not bb does, haga The ‘little % FRIENDS at % with Kirby Grant
national Aeradio Ltd’s., Area see him, Rupert starts ee tae Pe to burrow his way through By | Voces nibs ————————
Engineer for the Caribbean who mit. ‘He seems to know the WAY them, and on the other side, to his g T [ :
has been in Grenada fof the past quite well,”” he mutters. aes 4 astonishment, — Hi, wee oak HE GREEN : : B és
month, arrived here yestérday by track of him.”’ At first it is solid stone wall. ere i SCRURT 1 . r
BWLA. He expects to be here | tay wo keep the litle dof im sight, of the dog, but he notices that one pecemper 1th GLOBE pecemeer arn
for four or five days. heagh when he reaches the trees of ~ wire conte i, > 0 DRAGON
to put on speed to get crumble, leaving neat , Y : + 72 ,
Back To Work Ee te ies tek Gets Meedly the grote, ‘ | FOR BETTER MEALS OUR Ist ANNIVERSARY
FTER three and a_ half | ‘J
LOVELY French film star Gaby Andre, photographed during her months’ holiday in Barba- | and % Our Ist SERIAL
brief 56 hour visit to London where she discussed details of a new os, Mr. Henry Hadwig will ; ‘ BETTER SERVICE %
technicolour film she plans to make in Britain next spring. return to St. Lucia today | Request Performance % si - “ Be
—Evxpress. by B.W.1.A. : % For Reservation Dial 3896 RDON
vogitenry who is a St. Lucian is Mrs. A. L. STUART presents her School of Dancing ‘ x ray x
: alia ? earning architecture with Cub- PESSESSEESSSEESSSSS0S8SO69
pS McBNEARNEY Leaves To-day bitts Construction Co., who are L Buster CRABBE)
who was spending a» short R. DENIS WORME, repre- rebuilding the burnt out area of (Larry Buste 3
holiday in Barbados as a guest of sentative of Messrs, T. Castries,
Mr. and Mrs. Charles McKenzie Sydney Kinch Ltd., is due to leave Eye trouble forced him to come QOD P EPPS CPE P PLS SPECIES OCS PCLT EL AOSDOPOSCOPOOIIE, PLPLS POPPI EF
of “Danley” Maxwells returned today for St. Lucia and will also over for a rest. He now hopes to en emen % 1 x
- aur. on Monday morning visit Grenada before returning to ar ard eon. He was); : i i 8 GLOBE x
by B.W.LA. Barbados. staying = wi riends in Bay | Music by the Police Band directed by Capt. x , RIDAY, DECEMBER 1ST. 5 and 8.30 x
doch He expects to be back by the Street. C.E. Raison, ARCM.MBE % Opening FRIDAY, DEC a oe ae 5 %
Dominican Planter end of the week, when he is On Short Visit . E, Raison, AR.CM.M.B.E. ss aatlodas S and continuing to St 7 x

scheduled to play Eric Taylor in “But the clowning of Jos. Tudor, Jr., as the Postman is distinetion

R. JOHN CHARLES, planter

i : i R. E. C. TELFER, Manager ly the Revuedeville but the =
the Yacht Club tennis tourma- ’ ing of which not only bring or order r
of Dominica left yesterday jp ent. of R.K.O, Pictures and+ whole of Barbados can be proud. your Suits from - - Ws ny ayaa AH Wa
by B.G. Airways for Dominica Ww t President of the West Indies Film There has certainly not been anything to rival it on the ni AN fF JUSTICE!
Mr. Charles has just returned yater ! Board of Trade arrived here on| Empire stage in the past two years.” THE a THE y.5. DEPT. 0
from a short visit to the U.K. HAT with the continuous Sunday afternoon by B.W.1.A. GEO. HUNTE, MARTA Na
and arrived here on Saturday heavy rains, the dip in the on a short visit. He is a guest at in the Barbados Advocate. LONDON
from England via Iceland and road at the “S” Bend near Top the Hastings Hotel. Mr, Telfer has

Canada by air.

Mr. Charles is also Managing
Director and President of the Co-
Operative Bank in Dominica and
a one time member of the Dom-

Rock is completely flooded with
water and has been so for the
past four or five days. The water
at times is over six inches deep.
Water is playing havoc with car
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inten Legisietate. worse the submerged portion of Night Show Only 8.30 p.m. x TOMMY DORSEY’S ORCHESTRA x

“.- *, the road has now developed a Orchestra $1.50; House $1.00; Balcony 72¢; Boxes $1.50 y : plus : %

During his short stay in Bar- hole which car wheels almost in- Booking Office pens at Empire Theatre 8 LOCAL TALENT ON PARADE °

bados he was a guest of Mr. and variably fall into. Wouldn’t a e Thursday & Friday From 8—4 p.m. x : ; &

Mrs. Carlos Clarke of “Palm Small pump drain off the water Specialists in: % ALA LALA ALLO LLL
Beach”. Hastings. Mr, Charles’ in a couple of hours? a ane eS/ English & American SSS

son who at one time was station-
ed at the General Hospital here
and is now M.O.H. in Arima,
Trinidad, is married to Mr. and
Mrs, Clarke’s daughter Winifred

Routine Visit

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oe ere to Mr. Rupert 4.45 and 8.30 venroreait a | NK TARZAN and the HUNTRESS
a eal “ , Cheeks was announced. i Double . ) *
Meveee aay rn Af 1 Ww Actuss a0th. C-Fom Be M-G-M Presents : LONDON i Johnny WEISMULLER — Brenda JOYCE
y e r rinidac ’ ae r {
yesterday afternoon by B.W.I.A ter Three eeks heifer Victor MATURE i}

Mr. Kinch is on a short routine

aged
ISS MARY BOURNE return-
ed over the week-end from
Trinidad by B.W.I.A., where she
has been on three weeks’ holiday.
While in Trinidad, I understand

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TO-DAY & TOMORROW
4.30 and 8.30

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MUSIC critic, writing of the
first performance of a piano
concerto, asks: “Was the com-
poser pulling our legs or were we

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pulling his in accepting the work Brahms had composed this piece 7 at all’? 5 : at the age of three. Everybody, of the at (5) . i with gk ‘ - ‘

Who is laughing at whom ? looking shame-faced, began to 10. A piaited skirt. (4) M-G-M Double
oo is the important question in applaud. . a fp all tare sentevements Dana ANDREWS & | : : Bees
advanced musical circles today, 17. tint the peginnings of WYATT Margaret O’BF «EN
and we shall soon have knowing Jn Passing Scandinavia. (4) ne — oe an : |
people in the audience exploding JT has often occurred to me that 40: this did openly Gn” ‘® Pe See aie ces ae IE Dean STOCKWELL
before the joke comes, I reeall the if I were one of those people 21. A display of temper. (3) ’ 73
applause with which a cacophony who _ believe OLYMPIC

was received some years ago, ‘o

and played fourteen mournful
notes on a weird instrument. The
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WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER



29, 1950

Motion Of £1,000
Loan For Organ

Repairs Turned Down 2" 2

By St. Joseph Vestry

THE ST. JOSEPH VESTRY will write a strongly worded

letter to the Telephone Co.,

asking if they cannot see to it

that telephone connections in St. Joseph be kept in working
order. The Vestry came to that decision on Monday when
they considered a letter from Mr. S, A. Durant of the
Pparish’s dispensary, telling them that urgently needed
medicines had been wanted by sick people who could not
contact them over the telephone,

Mr. Durant reported that the- ame —

telephone had been going out of
order on many occasions during
the past few months. Discussing
the question, Mr. Williams said
that the telephone rates were
very high and they should expect
satisfactory service. If they were
not getting proper service, they
should not have to pay.

Mr, Haynes said that the trou-
ble was all due to the company
having a monopoly.

It was on Mr. Cox's motion
that the Vestry decided to write
a strongly worded letter to the
company.

The Vestry agreed to the prin-
ciple of changing, from time to
time, the membership of the Old
Age Pension Claims Committee.
This decision was reached after
the Vestry considered a letter
from the Governor-in-Executive
Committee recommending it as
advisable to make occasional
changes in order that a greater
number of parishioners might be-
come acquainted with the work-
ing of the Old Age Pension sys-
tem.

Schemes for alternative degrees
of repairs to the parish organ
which would cost in the vicinity
of £1,000 or £3,000 were turned
down by the Vestry yesterday and
a decision was reached that major
repairs to the organ should be
postponed for a year.

The Vestry naa ween corre-
sponding with dealers in Electro
Pneumatic organs to find out the
cost of extensive repairs and pos-
sible removal of the organ from
one part of the church to another,
but on the motion of Mr. Smith,
seconded by Mr. Haynes, the de-
cision for postponement of the
repairs was reached,

Mr. Smith said that if the
Maude Report came into effect
soon, the Government might take
over the responsibility of the
Church, and a little delay in car-
rying out the repairs might cause
Government to see after the
repairs.

A motion was put to the Vestry
by Mr. Cox, asking that a loan
of £1,000 be raised to cover re-
pairs. Mr. Haynes, however, said
that when one considered the
essential needs of the parish—an
almshouse, for instamce—he did
not think they could be in their
right senses even to consider the
raising of a loan when they could
makeshift with minor repairs.

Mr. Gittens, organ repairer, told
the Vestry that the condition of
the organ was deteriorating rap-
idly and a major breakdown could
occur at any moment.

The Education Department will
be asked by the Vestry if they
can expedite the sending of Ves-
try scholars’ school reports to the
Vestry. They had asked Queen's
College and other schools to send
in the reports at the same time
that they were sending reports to
parents, but Queen’s College re-
plied saying that they were sent
to the Department of Education
first.

No New Scholar

St. Michael’s Girls’ reported to
the Vestry that owing to the late-
ness in making arrangements for
a parish’s Vestry scholar to that
school, they can accept no scholar
for next year.

The Parochial Medical Officer

“Gloucester” Brings
Food From
Australia

Ninety-three tons of cold stor-
age from Australia were landed
at Barbados on Monday by the s.s.
Gloucester, :

From the sour porte Adelaide,
Melbourne, Devonport and Syd-
ney, 925 cases of apples, 420 cases
and six crates of cheese, 235 cases
of hams, 210 cartons of prunes,
35 cases of rabbits, 30 cases of
ducks, 120 cases of chickens, 43
cases of butter and 56 bags of
butter arrived.

Other cold storage cargo arriv-
ing by this ship was frozen duck-
lings, frozen drakelings, carcasses
of lamb, beef, veal, frozen mutton,
frozen liquid egg, canned soup,
eanned fruit, sweet corn, brisket
plates, ribs, poultry, salted beef,
milk products and, from Brisbane,
navel beef,

The Gloucester also landed
here 5,729 bags of oats which it
loaded at Melbourne and Sydney.

She made this call to Barbados
directly from Australia, It is sel-
dom that such calls are made to
the island. Ships arriving here
with cold storage from Australia
are generally trams-shipping the
cargo from Trinidad where it had
been landed by ships of the Mon-
treal Australia New Zealand Line
Limited,

The Gloucester is one of the
ships operating under this line.
Her local agents are Messrs. Da
Costa & Co., Ltd.





een enannne ane

‘Died Suddenly

| “ooo SEVEN-YEAR- OLD
| Albertha Alleyne, a hawker
| of Suttle Street, died suddenly at
her home during the early hours
The body
Public
Mortuary where a post mortem
examination was performed by
Dr. A. W. Scott. Death was
attributed to natural causes

P TO YESTERDAY evening
9,829 driving licences were
issued. The majority of appli-
cants now seeking licences are
either foreigners on holiday or
people who were recenfly taught
to drive.

So far 268 conductors have
registered at the Traffic Depart-
ment of the Central Station.
They now register at the rate of
about two per week.

LPHONSA KNIGHT, a pedes-
trian of Martinique Village,
My Lord’s Hill, was struck by
an oil drum at My Lord’s Hill on
Monday night He was taken to
the General Hospital where he
was treated and discharged.
Cpl. Watson, of the District
“A” Station, who reported the
matter, stated that the oil drum
fell from the platform of motor
lorry M-1458, owned by Perkins
& Co., of Roebuck Street while
the lorry was travelling it the
direction of the City.

NID BROWNE is at present

detained at the General
Hospital where she is being
treated for injuries, She was

involved in an accident at Max-
well Road over the week-end.

Also involved was motor car
X-906, cwned and driven by
Hallam Cole of Maxwell Coast
The radiator grill of the car was
damaged.

GYPSY TENT is expected
to highlight the Shamrock’s
Bazaar which will be held at St.
Patrick's, Jemmotts Lane, from
6 to 9 o’clock tomorrow evening
The Bazaar is being held in aid
of funds for the Union.
A large variety of toys will be
offered for sale, There will also
be cake, fruit and vegetable stalls.

RIDGETOWN was wet and
gloomy yesterday. Two fairly
heavy showers were experienced
between 7 and 10 a.m. and
11.15 a.m. and 1.30 p.m. Through-
out the whole day the sun never
reached its brightest and the

. 2 6 3 * (temperature averaged 79 degrees
Nelson, Bonaire | Fahrenheit in the shade.

Due Tomorrow

The Lady Nelson is due to
atrive here to-morrow at day-
break. Weather conditions per-
mitting, she will leave’ the
same evening for Bermuda
Boston, St. Johns N.B., and
the British Northern Islands,

The Dutch passenger ship s.s,
Bonaire is also expected to
arrive at Barbados to-morrow
Messrs. S. P. Musson, Son & Co.,
Ltd., told the Advocate yester-
day.

The Bonaire was due here
yesterday but it was delayed on
its voyage.

Three passengers are coming to
Barbados by this ship. Only one
passenger was booked with the
agents to sail by her tomorrow
evening for Trinidad.



of St. Joseph, Dr. W. H. E. John-
son, has been granted one month’s
leave as from December 20. Dr.
Tappin, P.M.O. of St. Andrew,
will carry on his work in the
meantime.

Mrs. Ellen Brace was granted
a vacant Frizers Widow’s Annuity
by the Vestry.

Mr. Haynes asked that the
Road Commissioners of the par-
ish hurry up with the job of re-
pairing the roads now that Gov-
ernment had passed money for the
repairs.

The Chairman, Rev. Mallalieu,
reported that water was entering
into the parish church because of
the continuous heavy rain.





INVESTMENT
SUPERVISION

The unusual conditions existing

The majority of businessmen
and clerks turned out to work
yesterday morning prepared for
bad weather. During the eve-
ning many could be seen with
their umbrellas and macks when
on their way home.

The day was again humid and
although the temperature was very
lew a few people could still ba
heard complaining of heat.

E JAWBONE has become

popular since the showing
of the film Samson and Delilah,
in which many Barbadians saw
Samson whip the Philistines with
the jawbone of an ass,

One of the first persons to
make use of the jawbone is War
Lord, the well known race ticket
vendor. On Sunday evening he
was seen riding his bicycle along
Roebuck Street with the jawbone
of some animal attached to the
rear fender of the cycle.

3,500 BAGS OF RICE
COME

SOME 3,500 bags of rice arriv-
ed from British Guiana on Monday
by the schooners Frances Ww.
Smith and Mary M. Lewis.

Five schooners, including the
Frances W. Smith and Mary M.
Lewis brought cargo to the island
over the week end.

The cargo was chiefly firewood,
charcoal, domestic gasolene and
aviation gasolene.





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BRIDGETOWN, BARBADOS, BW. |
28th Novembir, 1950
CLOSING RATES
LONDON
Selling Buying
4.8125 90 Days Sight 4.7225 j
4.8175 60 " » 4.7375 ,
4.8225 16/30 ,, » 4.7550 |
a/is ,, » =4.7625
W865. Nt |
4.8240
(Min, 24c.) Sight 4.7750
(Min. 2/-)
4.8240
(Min, $1.) Cable 4.7790 |
Coupons 4.70
4.8240 (Min 1/-)
(Min, 12c.) Bank of Eng- |
land Notes \
NEW YORK
724/10% pr. Cheques on |
Bankers 70 6/10% pr.)
Sight or De-
mand Drafts 70 4/10% pr.
72 4/10% pr. Cable
1% = pr. Currency 69% pr.
Coupons 68 4/10% pr.
5% pr. Silver Jo pr. |
CANADA
(including Newfoundland)
65.9% pr Cheques on
Bankers 64% pr. |
Demand |
Drafts 63.85% pr.
Sight Drafts 63.70% pr.
65.9% pr Cable |
64.4% pr. Currency 62.5% pr. |
Coupons 61.8% pr.
PARIS }
Demand |
BAHAMAS
482.50 Demand 477.50
INTERCOLONIAL
%% pr. Demand 4% disc. |
(Min. 25c.) (Min, 25¢.) |
“Ee Pr Cable
(Min.
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Min. 25c
JAMAICA |
481.25 477.5 |
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Wednesday, November 29, 1950



Playing Fields

FOR some time now the Government
has been toying with the idea of establish-
ing a number of playing fields throughout
the island in order that the working classes
should have adequate opportunity of en-
joying healthy eutdoor sport. The funds
for the establishment of these playing
fields presented no problem to the Govern-
ment as the sum of $300,000 was allocated
from the Labour Welfare Fund for this
purpose,

For three years now the public have been
looking forward to the establishment of
these playing fields and to this date only
one is functioning. The Princess Alice
Playing Field has been the subject of much
public comment and investigation but
there is no justifiable reason for delaying
the establishment of others because of any
maladministration there.

It is extremely unfortunate that any
such condition should have arisen.

At the time when the establishment of
these playing ffelds was publicly discussed
there were several plots of land available
for the purpose. With the passing of time
these have been used for other purposes
as owners of land in this island are in the
happy position of having prospective pur-
chasers at all times. It now happens that
the land at the Bay Estate has been utilised
for tenantry purposes and one portion
which had been offered to the Playing
Fields Committee at Grazettes has now
been divided for tenantry purposes by the
Barbados Co-operative Bank.

Attention has been drawn to the fact
that only one plot of land remains avail-
able and that is at Friendship which was
also offered to the Committee at the time
of the Grazettes offer,

it was pointed out in this newspaper at
the time of the criticisms of the Princess
Alice Playing Field that the delay in put-
ting the finishing touches not only led to
the deterioration of the Field but at the
same time denied the means of enjoyment
to those whom it was intended to benefit.
By the same token the delay of the pur-
chase of other plots of land because of
dissatisfaction over the Princess Alice
Field denies the children of St. Michael
from having proper facilities for games.

The Barbados Cricket League has also
petitioned the Government asking that the
lands at Friendship be purchased in order
to provide a playing field for teams from
the borders of St. Michael and St. George.
There are therefore strong reasons for the
Government to make the purchase so that
the field can be put into proper order. And
there is not even the excuse that funds are
not available. These have been allocated
years ago,



Registration

DURING a Press Conference this week
the Labour Commissioner pointed out that
it was necessary for those who register at
the Bureau of Employment and Emigration
to renew their registration every month.

This is information which is not readily
known among the workers who register at
the Bureau. It is popularly believed that
once registered always registered, but as
Mr. Burrowes explained as soon as the re-
newal ceases, it is presumed in the depart-
ment that the worker has obtained em-
ployment.

It is clear now that the complaints made
against the Bureau and its effectiveness
in the labour market is due to the fact that
people have laboured under the misappre-
hension that as long as they had registered
once they were entitled to be called for
available employment,

The Labour Commissioner also hinted
that it was illegal for persons to give in-
correct information at the Bureau and that
they were liable to be prosecuted for doing
so.

All those who seek selection in the pro-
posed emigration scheme within the next
few months must renew their registrations.







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OA

Flying Saucers Myth
Or Mystery ?~

LAST June 19 the Air Force's
Air Material Command, the arm
of the government which has the
tedious task of running down
every flying saucer clue, but hag
no power to arrest practical jok-
ers who bombard it with false
alarms, received a letter from one
Martin W. Peterson, of Warren,
Minn,

Postmarked in Cincinnati, the
letter told of a man named Wal-
ter Sirek, also of Warren, who had
in his possession what must be
a junior sized flying saucer.

For proof, Peterson enclosed
several snapshots of his friend
holding on his knee a bizarre ob-
ject with a saucer-like body from
two of whose thin sides protruded
what looked like the tip of a
spear and the fins and exhaust
pipe of a midget-sized V-2

Into action went the investi-
gative arms of the Air Force at
the customary expense of the
tax-payer, It took some time for
the agents to learn that Peterson
was a native of Warren, Minn.,
and that he had mailed his letter
from Cineinnati while on a visit
to that city.

When Sirek was located in War-
ren, working at a gas station he
told the investigators that he had

found the strange device two
years before imbedded in the
earth behind a place named

Nish’s Tavern, in Warren.

He hadn’t taken it seriously,
Sirek said, He said he figured it
had been made by a local tin-
smith named Art Jensen.

Jensen remembered that he had
put something of the sort together
at the requests of a Warren hard-

{ware man named Ted Heyen and

a radio repair man from the same
city, named Robert Schaeffer. An
acetlyene torch had been played
over the tail surfaces to give it
the appearance of having been
scorched by escaping gases.

After having it mentioned
briefly in a Warren newspaper, its
owners threw it away, Sirek found
it. Peterson, visiting Sirek, took
some snapshots of him holding it,
and two years later sent them
along with his letter to the Air
Material Command.

It took the investigative chain
reaction frem June 19 to Septem-
ber 27 to run its course. Agents
had to be transported from Wright
Field, Dayton, O., Air Material
Command, to Cincinnati, to
Warren,—fed, housed and paid.

When the case had ended, all
they had for their pains were a
few apologies and the “saucer’—
which turned out to be made of
the lid of an automatic washing
machine, tin spear-head and tail
assembly, and an “engine’’ made
from a disembowelled midget radio
and an old insecticide ‘“bomb”’—
spent.

BARBADOS ADVOCATE



By BOB CONSIDINE

Other gagsters have gone to
the trouble to buy and assemble
mounds of scrap steel and iron,
burning it into an almost unre-
cognizable tangle, and reporting
to the Air Force that a flying
saucer has crashed and burned on
their property.

Tracking down such malicious
work, and examining the “wreck-
age” has cost the Air Force’s
office of special investigation and
the FBI considerable sums, and
the wasted time of good talent.
But according to Col. Harold E.
Watson, the Air Force’s saucer
spokesman nothing can be done
about it.

The _ Air Force vigorously and
sometimes vehemently denies the
existence of flying saucers, either
of earthly or interplanetary ori-
gin. But since it is charged with
the defence of the skies it often
feels duty bound to look into
cases which, on their face value,
would be rejected as too improb-
able by the editor of “weird
omics.”

It did not, however, look too
deeply into two recent tips sol-
emnuly presented to Air Material
Command,

One of these, presented jointly
by man and wife, swore that
they were taking a walk in a
woods together not long ago, and
saw a “flying saucer moving about
in the thick, tall pines,” An inves-
ligator asked them to estimate
how far away it was from them
“in the thick pines.” They said
‘about two or three miles,’ The
investigator clapped his hat on
and went home,

In the other case, an Ohio Far-
mer excitedly called in a vivid
description of what he called two
huge flying saucers which raced
out of the stratosphere, hovered
over two small islands in a lake
near his home, lowered eight ang-
ular steel legs from each saucer,
scooped up samples of earth, and
sped away. “After tucking in the
16 legs,” he added,

A brief inquiry, in the man’s
village, showed that he had been
released two weeks before from
an asylum for the insane.

There is no doubt in the Air
Foree’s mind that many honest
persons have dutifully reported
what they solemnly believed to be
flying saucers,

They have been misled by any
one of a hundred causes that have
nothing to do with the supernatur-
al.

Their eyes have played tricks
on them, as eyes will, They have
been subtly influenced by the in-
ternational tension and by stories
of new wondrous aircraft in the






AROUND SevVERAL

The Vestry of St. Michael is
asking Government to take over
the responsibility for the acquisi-
tion and conversion of playing
fields in the parish, though they
would be willing to undertake
their supervision.

The suggestion came from the
Playing-Fields Committee in a
letter in which they mentioned
that they had experienced a sense
of “absolute frustration’ with
respect to the attitude of Govern-

ment concerning the playing-
flelds, ; ;
The Vestry at their meeting

on Monday agreed with the state-
ments contained in the letter and
decided to write Goveznment
accordingly.

The spin was dated November
17 and reads;

At a meeting of the Playing-

St. Michael P

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fields Committee held on 16th
inst., consideration was given to a
letter from the Government who
asked the Vestry whether they
were now. in a_ position to put
forward its detail scheme for the
Playing-field at Friendship for
further examination by the Gov-
ernor-in-Executive Committee.

Your Committee wish to point
out that the Government was sup-
plied with the estimated cost for
all proposed playing-fields on 18th
June, 1949.

Due to the delay by Government
in providing the necessary funds
for the establishment of more
playing-fields within this parish,
Your Committee are asking that
the Vestry concur in the following
motion which was unanimously.
passed at the meeting referred to
above: —







AND AGAIN
j-——— FoR water !I

process of development. They
have been misled by the tricks
of our atmosphere which on hot
days, for instance, can make the
motorist believe he -is approach-
ing a shallow jake in the road
ahead. :

Nature can fling a bolt of neon-
or fluorescent type light across
the night skies at fantastic
speed, or make it seem to hover
as if contained in a tube. “

A vast majority of human
beings recognize this as the
aurora, but a new and stubborn
belief in many persons that flying
saucers indeed exist prompts
them to regard these flitting lights
as some craft that has both sub-
stance and menace

At such peaks of flying sauce:
interest as we and other nations,
espetially England, are currently
reaching, a certain covetousness
enters the picture and further dis -
torts it.

The neighbour of a man who
has had his name in the newspa-
pers as one who saw a_ flying
saucer will envy him his notoriety
and wish to secure for himself the
same attention, Once this wish is
put into action, it does not take
him long to see a flying saucer.

As a matter pdf fact, the envious
neighbour (or anyone else) can
see a host of flying saucers simply
by looking a bit too
bright sun and then looking to
another part of the sky. Red cor-
puscles flitting past the retina of

the eyes supply the mirage. A

slight touch of dyspepsia also! {tinued to
helps the eager watcher for}

saucers,

The first pilots of the F-51
perhaps saw more saucers than
any other
Not only that but they saw whole

long at a;

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group of Americans. |
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farms or sections of cities float- |

ing through the air above them

“So we did something about the
plastic canopy that enclosed the
pilots,” Col, Watson told me with
a smile, “Changed the angle of it
a bit, and it stopped picking up
reflections.”

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SOVIET JETS: Did We
hrow Away Our Lead

For Roubles?

By Wing-Commander PAUL RICHEY, D.F.C.

—

WHEN Britain sold 55 aero engines to
Russia she sold the world lead in jet engines
given to her during and after the war by
Air-Commodore Frank Whittle.

That is what Britain’s top flying men were
saying last night when they studied the
latest reports of Russia’s new jet fighter
seen in action against us in Korea.

The sale which now causes so much heart-
burning was made in 1947. Britain, aiming
at a high export target, sold Stalin 55 Rolls-
Royce jet engines—25 Nenes and 30 Derwents.

These engines, a direct development of
Whittle’s work, were exported against the
advice of the Air Ministry, and to the alarm
and displeasure of the Americans.

Opposition was crushed by top-of-the-Cab-
inet intervention, and the sale went on, Out
went Britain’s secret engines; ir came the
roubles.

But Air Ministry Intelligence chiefs c
agitate. Suddenly the exports
were stopped without explanation, and no
new contracts have since been made.

THE ENGINE—A NENE COPY?

The engine used in the latest Russian
fighter—-the MIG-15—is believed to be a copy
of the Nene.

This plane has swept-back wings and tail,
and appears to be capable of 700 miles anj

Then the heavily decorated air-| ‘hour—fast enough to. outstrip any other

man repeated:

“Try to get this over to th
people—there aren’t
There weren’t any

men’, ‘mag-

netic scientists’ who examined |
fallen flying saucers in Arizona |
and New Mexico or any place |
else.

“Neither the Air Force nor the
Navy has built anything resemb-

ple who swear they’ve seen flying
saucers. And no power on this
planet or any other is sending this
kind of craft against us, or any
other kind of craft.

“There just ain’t no such ani-
mal,” —(I.N.S.)



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laying F ields

“That a letter be written to the
Vestry informing them that
their Playing-fields Committee
experience a sense of absolute
frustration with respect to the
attitude of Government concern-
ing the programme of the Play-
ing-fields Committee relative to
the acquisition and conversion
of sites suitable for the estab-
lishment of playing-fields.
That as a result, the Com-
mittee beg to. recommend that
they inform Government that
the Vestry will be willing to
supervise such playing-fields as
may be established in Saint
Michael, but would recommend
that Government take over the
responsibility for their acquisi-
tion and conversion.”
Further that Government be
written to embodying the terms of
this motion.

any flying |
saucers, There weren’t any ‘little |

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fighter in world service.

Only comparable machine is the American
I-86 Sabre, also with swept-back wings
which does 670 miles an hour.

Britain’s straight-wing Meteor and Vam-

pire and America’s F-80 Shooting Star and

F-84 Thunder-jet fly at about 600 miles an

ling the things described by peo- | hour.

Russia’s lead is a menace. The swept-

| wing fighter is recognised as the fastest de-

sign yet invented. Yet Britain, although she
has two swept-wing designs flying, has not
ordered them, and probably will not do so.

Reason is the British Government’s long-
range gamble with time. It made the first
throw in 1945 when it considered that there
could be no war before 1960. Britain therefore
decided on a stop-gap air force of medium-
performance aircraft, mainly for training.

Most of the available money went into re-
search and development with the aim of
building the world’s best-equipped air force
by 1960.

The date has since been brought closer.

‘STARTLED US’

Meanwhile Russia concealed her hand.
Her acquisition of British jet engines pre-
ceded a series of moves that have since
startled air forces of the West. Russia’s full
resources are still unknown. Her airfields are
isolated and closely guarded. Her anti-spy
network is ruthless.

THE BIGGEST

What we do know is that she has in pro-
duction :—

(1) A four-jet bomber; (2) Two types of
twin-jet bombers; (3) At least three types
of jet fighters.

And, of course, she has the world’s biggest
air force—totalling 19,000 planes,

There is one heartening note. Britain and
America are putting into production the
most powerful jet engine yet designed, the
Armstrong-Siddeley Sapphire. In the right
plane—which we have yet to produce—it
would comfortably outstrip the MIG-15.

But air forces are judged by power in the
air, not on the bench.

TECHNICAL NOTE: There is evidence that
the armament of MIG-15 includes at least
one 30 mm. cannon. The British and Ameri-
can air forces cling to their smaller 0,5-inch
and 20 mm. wartime weapons.

—L.ES.



Our Readers Say:



Town And Country Planning
The Editor, The Advocate,

SIR,—A few months ago you
kindly published a letter from me
deploring the lack of a Town and
Country Planning Act. Nothing of
course has yet been done but in
the meantime, may I again draw
to the attention of responsible
citizens through the medium of
your newspaper that with each
passing day this beautiful island
becomes increasingly spoilt, and
it will soon become very difficult
to put things right.

No one can doubt the wisdom
of proper zoning of industrial and
residential areas in Bridgetown,
yet in Bay Street, opposite the
turning to the Aquatie Club, work-
men are busy erecting a large
bottling factory. Beside this build-
ing there is a notice which says
“Watch it Grow.” This remark is

more than apt, for as we stand
idly by and watch, we see one
more instance of the result of
having no Town and Country

Planning Act. Surely it is con-
trary to the interest of all con-
cerned to have a bottling factory
with the considerable noise of the
factory itself, with delivery lor-
ries, and the congestion they
cause, erected in the middle of a
residential area,

It was heartening to read that
the Chamber of Commerce has
been considering the question of
controlling unsightly advertise-
ments and hoardings which are
springing up all over the land.
Members of the Chamber of Com-
merce are, or should be, responsi—
ble people; but even so one mem-
ber is reported as having said in
this connection “such advertising

could not in any way detract from
the scenic beauty of the island
where the visiting tourist was
concerned.” This incredible state-
nent is so obviously ridiculou
that serious comment is difficult
If tk gentleman think that

l advertisement in brillia

colours, so erected that 1 wt

pass by cannot fail to see it, does

\

not detract in any way from the
seenic beauty of say a stretch of
coast or even a field of sugar cane,
then patently he lacks a sense of
beauty and good taste.

The same gentleman is quoted
as saying that conditions in Amer-
ica and England could not be
compared with those in Barbados,
This is undoubtedly true of many
cases but not in this instance. I
would like to ask him to explain
the difference between an ugly
advertisement in America or Eng-
land, and an ugly advertisement
in Barbados, If anything, the ad-
vertisement in Barbados is the
more objectionable owing to the
smallness of the island and the
greater density of population.

But it will take more than mere
consideration of advertisements



to put a stop to this. The subject
is far wider and can Only be cov-
ered by a Town and Country
Planning Bill If the politicians
refuse to act (a Town and Coun-
try Planning Bill savours more
of state ship than politic

the ll ish

preserve the ity f this island
ba SE to urge ut

their Government the necessity

being unable to take the Storm
of passing such an Act before it
is too late?

I have one more suggestion to
make Sir. Your newspaper is to
be congratulated on taking a lead
in the campaign fora _ cleaner
Bridgetown, but why not broaden
your sponsorship to include the
preservation of beauty of the
whole island? For instance, a
photograph in every Sunday edi-
tion of some particufarly unat~
tractive sight entitled “This
Week’s Horror” would do much
to bring the need for a Town and
Country Planning Act before the
public eye. Your photographer
will find plenty of scope.

BRITISH RESIDENT.
Noy. 28. 50

Flooding

To The Editor, The Advocate,

SIR,—In your issue of Monday
27th, reference was made to the
dangerous flooding of certain lc-
calities, (in Bridgetown especially
that no engineering project had

discussed, and finall
might be possible f

i thing to be some
great disaster took place, Perhaps

ever be
that

done if

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we are on the verge of this dis-
aster, and remember, it might not
be confined to the poor, unfor-
tunate persons who usually lose
their lives, but take the shape of
some epidemic that would include
those, perhaps, who wilfully re-
fuse to investigate the matter.

‘The comparatively small rainfall
on Saturday 25th inst., held up
traffic for some time in the Con-
stitution area, and one observer
noticed that before the road was
covered, the water was flowing in

to the Park Playing field and other

low lying ground, probably includ-

ing the Combermere School
grounds as well. The reason for
this is quite plain as the road has

been raised many feet higher than
it was twenty years ago, and the
small openings provided now,
water through, a perfect dam has
been formed, diverting thousands
of tons of water regularly to
grounds provided for the recrea-
tion of children and supposed. to
impreve th health

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t are

several

num be i Prize Cattl
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xpected t penc
aa the

— veritable

soaked grt

Death Trap?

und

Can anyone say that Construc-
tive suggestions have not been
made?

_ The present epidemic of Poultry
is far more serious than many peo-
ple think and is definitely attri-
buted to damp surroundings.
_Are human beings immune from
diseases that affect birds and
beasts? Or, are we not being warn-
ed that our turn is next.

Will Government and Medical
Authorities please take notice.

re
Nov. 25. 50.

Where To Park ?
To The Editor, The Advocate—

SIR,—Could you tell me where
motor cyclists are supposed to
park at Seawell Air Port.

On Sunday last I went to Sea-
well on my motor cycle and
naturally parked on the parking
area reserved for private cars,

A Policeman immediately told
me to get off of the parking area

as it was reserved for private
cars.

I should be most obliged if the |
autherities would tell motor
cyclists where they are to park.

MOTOR CYCLIST,

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Leg. Co. Sends Holiday With| Curb Council |
Pay Bill To Select Committee| Powers Report

A BILL which seeks to make provision for a holiday of at

BARBADOS ADVOCATE PAGE FIVE







Extension Of Waterworks

In T he Legislature





NEVER FORGET!

FRENCH erfumes

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least two weeks each year

a

Ning

SAR NS A ARR ARE SE

sent to a Select Committee
their meeting yesterday.
This is the second occasion

with pay for employees, was
by the Legislative Council at

that this Bill came before the

Legislative Council. On the first occasion it was rejected
by an overwhelming majority



Scheme Questioned

Mr. W. A. Crawford at yester-
day’s meeting of the House of
Assembly gave notice of the fol-
lowing questions:

What is the position with re-
gard to the Mills Milk Production
Scheme calling for the erection at
Lancaster of a pasteurizing, con-
densing and evaporating plant
capable of handling 2,000 gallons
of milk daily?

Is the original offer by Colo- the

nial Development and Welfare of
a free grant of £30,000 and

Yesterday

the Bill passed the
Second

reading unanimously.

. .
Milk Production The motion for sending it to a

Select Committee was made by
the Lord Bishop and seconded
by Dr. C. H. St. John,

Eight members were appointed
to the Select Committee. They
were: The Hon. R. Challenor,
Hon, H. A. Cuke, Hon, A. G.
Gittens, Hon. Dr. C. H. St. John,
Hon. V. C. Gale, Hon. The
Lord Bishop W. J. Hughes, Hon.
G. B. Evelyn and Hon. J.
Mahon.

The Acting Colonial Secretary,
the Hon. E, J. Petrie said that
Bill had been rejected
although there appeared to be

a}/complete unanimity in the belief

long term loan of £30,000 for the|*hat it was a good thing that

purpose still available?

Is it a fact that imports of milk
and milk products cost the colony
over $300,000 annually and that

employees should have holidays
with pay. The opposition to the
motion indicated that it would be
hetter to leave it to employers to

it has been estimated that tha|grant holidays with pay of their

proposed Lancaster plant
supply lIccal demands of
products?

could|Own accord.
these] believed that when employers all

It was apparently

became good employers, everyone

Is it a fact that Colonial De-| would receive holidays with pay
velopment and Welfare and other| and that it was better that the

agencies have already given tre-| vrocess
mendous assistance to the scheme? | depdnd

Economic Value

Is the Government aware of:

The great economic value
which the scheme represents to
the colony, especially from the
points of view of industrial devel- |
opment and employment potenti«!? |

That the £38,900 Pine Livestucx |
Station which was established to |
be operated in connection with |
the scheme hes been in existence |
for fully three years? {

Is it a fact that Mr. Mills who
Was sent since 1948 at the expense
of Colonial Deveicpment and Wel-
fare to Jamaica to inspect pas-
teurization and condensary equip-
ment, which was then in the mar-
ket, reported very favourably and
urged its acquisition by the Gov-
ernment?

Is it a fact that Mr. Mills him-
self has resigned his post and
terminated his contract with the
Government six months before it
was due to expire, reportedly
through frustration and inability
to get the scheme started?

Does the Government appreci-
ate that a considerable delay is
likely to ensue if the equipment |
has to be ordered from the U.K. ?

Will the Government take steps
without delay to put the scheme
into operation?

If the answer to question No. 9
be in the negative, will the Gov-
pS gi state the reasons there-

or?

Acting Col. Sec.
Goes On Holiday

Members of the Legislative
Council yesterday praised the Ac-
ting Colonial Secretary, the Hon.
E. J. Petrie for the way he had
conducted his work at the Legis-
lative Council meetings. The Hon.
E. J. Petrie is going on leave.

The Chairman said that the Act-
ing Colonial Secretary had put the
Government’s point of view clear-
ly at all times and not antagonisti-
cally. and sometimes in a very
disarming way.

He thought he deserved a holi-
day and they hope he would re-
turn to Barbados.

The Hon. G, D. L. Pile said that
the Acting Colonia] Secretary was
an example of being concise and
straightforward.

INQUIRY CONTINUES
TO-DAY

Hearing in the inquiry sur-
rounding the deuch of 65-year-old
Moses Lewis of Yearwood Land,
‘which was started before Mr.
H. A. Talma, Coroner of District
“A”, on Monday will be resumed
today at 2 o'clock.

Moses Lewis died on the spot
after he was involved in an acci-







dent —- while riding the bicycle] Ships on some employers.

M-3575 on Black Rock Road—
with the motor car S-96 owned
by Mr. J. E. T. Brancker an
driven by Alford Broome,
Medical testimony and eye wit-
ness accounts given by two peo-

ple have been heard already, an 1) Se
today the Police are bringing four; wauld be a er

the}
spot when the accident occurred.)

niore persons who were on

would be

should be gradual and
on goodwill between
employers and employees than on

| legislation

Major Objection

Another major objection was
that some employers would not be
able to pay, and that if they were
corced to pay they would do with-
out employees and __ introduce!
iwbour-saving devices. |

A further objection was that it!
impossible to enforce!
the Bill and that an Act which |
could not be enforced would bring
the law into disrepute.

It would be marvellous if there |
was no need to provide by law
tor the fair and reasonable treat-
ment of one individual by another.
but there did not appear to him
to be any indication that such a
state of affairs would arrive in
the near future, .

With regard to the suggestion
that an employer, especially a
householder, could not afford
holidays with pay, it amazed him
that for one fortnight a year a
householder either could not do
without the help required or
could not find a substitute and
pay a substitute’s wages. There
could be very few cases of house-
holders who had one servant who
could not carry on for the short
period of a fortnight without such
a servant or pay for a substitute.

It was suggested that the law
would not be complied with. It
was unlikely that many employers
would allow justifiable complaints
to be brought to the notice of the
authorities.

The Hon. H. A. Cuke said that
it had been felt that a much more
workable Bill would be one which
ran along the lines of legislation
in other places. Many faults had
been found with the set up of the
Bill and in spite of that it had
been sent back in its original
form. He agreed with the princi-
ple of the Bill and the alternative
things that could be done with it
were to pass it as it was or let
it go to a Select Committee.

Referendum

The Hon. G. D. L. Pile said
that there should be a referendum
or some similar measure so that
the people would have a chance of
saying whether they approved of
a particular Bill that had been
passed by the House when the
House wanted to pass it again

On three occasions there had
been three motions in the House
against passing the Bill imme-
diately.

Everybody was saying that the
Bill as it was, was not workable
and he did not think the Council
would be doing its duty to the
community if they allowed an un-
workable Bill to go through. If it
were necessary to re-write the
Bill it should be re-written.

The Hon. G. B. Evelyn said
that the Bill would work hard-

The Hon, Mrs. Hanschell said
that she could not imagine what a

q| Person with only one servant would

do when that servant went on
vacation.

The Hon. Dr. St. John agreed
that the Bill should be sent to a
lect Committee and said that it
ave mistake to pass
it as it was.

The Lord Bishop said that it

On Monday two witnesses said) would be far better to have a

that they saw a beige coloured] clarification of

the obligations

car—meaning S-96—knock down] between the employer and em-

aman on Black Rock Road after
he rushed out of Yearwood Gap
riding a bicvcle.

ployee,
The Bill was then sent to a
Select Committee.

Presented

The Select Committee appointed
to consider and report on the cor-
respondence between the Governor

The Select Committee appointed
to consider and report on the cor-
respondence between the Governor
and the Secretary of State for the
Coionies on the subject of the
limitation of the powers of the
Legislative Council have the hon-
our to submit the following re-
port:—

The subject matter of the cor-
respondence is the powers of ihe
Legislative Council in relation to
these of the House of Assembly
and a suggested modification of
the Council powers. We think
it useful to state what in the
opinion of the Committee are the
present powers of the Legislative
Council.

2. We have divided the powers
into two sections—

In the first section we have

placed those powers which the
Council have exercised regularly
and which are without any ques-
tion admitted. These are—
(a) the power to initiate measures
of legislation which do not
create a charge on the revenue
of the Island.
The power to reject or amend
any legislation submitted to
them when such legislation
does not create a charge on
the revenue of the Island ir-
respective of the number of
times such legislation is sent
to them.

(c) The power to weject only any
Bill or Resolution which does
create a charge on the reve-
nue,

In the second section we have
placed the power which the Coun-
cil have never surrendered but
which, owing to the length of
time which has elapsed since its
exercise, has been forgotten or
been assumed to have been sur-
rendered, namely—

(b)

The power to amend any
Bill or Resolution which does
create a charge on the reve-
nue.

3. Inno part of the correspond-
ence is it specifically stated what
are thought to be the present
powers of the Council, but from
paragraph 3 of Lord Listowel’s
despatch to Sir Hilary Blood dated
29th April, 1948, it can be very
reasonably concluded that all the
above powers included under both
sections are recognized.

4. On the question of whether
or not there should be a second
Chamber, paragraph 8 of Lord
Listowel’s despatch leaves no
doubt but that there should be a
second Chamber and that the Leg-
islative Council should be retained
as an effective part of the Legis-
Jature but that its function should
be regarded as those of revision
and delay, thereby leaving the
ultimate decision on important
legislation, whether financial or
otherwise, to the House of Assem-
bly. Paragraph 9 of Lord Listowel’s
despatch lays down the methods by
which this will be achieved.

5. There is no doubt that the
Council have on several occasions
in exercise of their rights rejected
or amended legislation other than
money Bills (and by money bill
we mean a Bill which creates a
charge on the revenue of the
Island) sent to them from the
House of Assembly and have, on
occasions, rejected legislation
which was a money Bill; however,
when such legislation has again
passed the House of Assembly
after a General Election the
Council has, as far as this Com-
mittee is aware, invariably
accepted and passed such legisla-
tion. It may therefore be said
that, in practice, the principle of
delay has been adopted as a gen-
eral policy by the Council without
any special rule or regulation.

6. The Committee desire to
point out that until recently the
life of the House of Assembly
was limited to one year and when
legislation rejected by the Coun-
cil was again submitted to them
for consideration a General Elec-
tion had intervened at which the
electors had had the opportunity
to: express a desire for or against
the proposed legislation.

7. The life of the House of
Assembly having been increased
to three years, the Committee re-
commended that if a change in
the manner suggested is to be en-
forced by regulation it should be
effectual only after a dissolution
of the Legislature and the elec-
tion of the New House at which
the Electorate had clearly ex-
pressed their wish.

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and the Secretary of State for the
Colonies on the subject of the
limitation of the powers of the
Legislative Council yesterday pre-
sented the following report: -

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Plan Approved By

the Department in Beckles

tance of 357 yards, and fix

four fire hydrants.

‘The proposed extension is shown
on a plan submitted by the
Housing Board by a blue line, the
hydrants by red circles and the
standpipes by blue squares
posed work is “estimated to" ba

ta be
$2,500,

Mr. M. E. Cox (L) who took
charge of the resolution said that
it was a formal one before the
work could be done and moved
that it be passed.

Mr. E, D, Mottley (E) said that

Bay Estate Housing Board's
private roads as was set aut in
paragraph 2, of the Book of
Reference and he would like the
honourable member in charge «|!
the Resolution to explain it.

Mr. R. G
while
ing steps to provide all thore
amenities for housing schemes,
yet there were some villages
specially in the country area
which needed standposts.

In the parish of St. Thomas,
applications were made two years

Mapp (L) said that

works for the erection of stand-
posts on certain roads but they
were told by him that the ranys
for water was not available

Insuflicient Material

He understood that they were
laying some mains in St, Michre
and believed that the material
was not sufficient to go around
the various country parishes «vc
also supply the people in the
various parts of St. Michael

Mr. Mapp said that the supp!y
situation needed looking into
the people here were suffering
because of the lack of material
If the Crown Agents could not
help them get the materials ibis
year or early next year, ihey
would be faced with more dii*-
culties in the future.

He hoped the Government would
take strong steps to see what the
position was in Barbados and use
their influence and authority to
see that materials were made
available to them.

as

The position of the people in the
various tenantry roads was
that they were unable
to get a supply of w ater
The roads were badly in need of
repair and he Hoped that the
Government would bear all those
things in mind and submit such
proposals to the Secretary of
State.

Mr, O. T. Allder (L) said tha
it had been felt that since the new
engineer of the department had
been here, the extension of thr
water supply should reach the
country areas. In as much as it
was said that they would be able
to extend the service after the
engineer had arrived, some people
were very dissatisfied over the
matter, and it was made more
difficult, when, out of the alloea-
tion for the extension of the
water supply in the island, half

of that amount was spent in 5t
Michael alone
He suggested sornetime ago in

the House that that method was
wrong. The few districts which
had been promised the extension
of the service during the war
should get some _ consideration.
The taxpayers in those areas
were satisfied because of the fact
that there was some difficulty in
getting material, but since the
war had been over, it was ex-
pected that the department would
have gone to those districts and



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Seaguegaeseuueaea

there was no such thing as the |

the Government was tak- |

ago to the Manager of the Water |

House of Assembly

A RESOLUTION to approve the Book of Reference and
Plan of the proposed extension of the Waterworks in the
parish of St. Michael was passed by the House of Assembly
at their meeting yeste-day with amendments.

The Book of Reference indicates that the proposal is to lay | Lesisiative Council be invited to congur
a 4-inch diameter cast iron pipe from the existing main of |
Road along and under the Bay |!
Estate Housing Board’s private roads and land for a dis- | pioyees

therefrom two standpipes and

given them the services which
they were promised.
Fire Hazard
There was an important dis-
trict with a reasonably large
population in Stewart Hill, If a

fire were to break out one could
very well understand what the
position would be. There was
another district called Sealy Hall
in which very many valuable
buildings had been erected, but
the difficulty still existed.

| Mr. Allder said that there was
}not a good feeling existing

the pumping stations between the
resident officer and the men who
worRed at those places and he
would like to ask the senior
member for St. Michael what had
become of the Address which
was passed sometime last year in

{the House. asking the Govern-
ment to give uniforms to the
men working at those stations
| They were still wondering why
they had not heard anything
about the uniforms and he would
like the honourable member to

explain the reason for the delay
and the decision of Government
as regard the supply of the uni-
forms,

Mr. Allder also referred to
| discrimination at Bowmanston
and said that it appeared as if
the resident engineer was favour-
jing certain employees and pro-
} noting juniors over the heads of



seniors, thereby causing a certain |

imount of dissatisfaction,
| Mr. F.C. Goddard (E) drew
ionourable members’ attention to
the plan on which there was pro-
vision made for four

ed for two,

He felt that either the resolu- |
tion or the plan should be
changed and suggested that it |

should be the resolution because
four standposts for such a crowd-
ed area would be inadequate.

{ Tenantry Facilities

He knew of some tenantries
that were being developed and
the owners were offering facilities
to the tenants by allowing them
to instal water at their own
expense and many people in the
3ay Estate area would be grate-
ful for that.

Mr. D. D. Garner (C) said
that a resolution like that should
have more than two standposts
What was really worrying him
was the delay by the
Agents sending down
necessary pipes after having the
order from them for such a long
time.

There was great need for water
throughout the length and breadth
of the colony and they had voted
money for the Crown Agents to

in the

supply them with the necessary |

|
material, but the position did not |

seem to be any better now,

He said that it seemed as if

Europe was getting most of what |

England could produce and the

colonies were left to suffer. In his |

parish there were main
where people had neither water
nor light and those were thing
which all people should have,

A strong case should be made
out by the Government to urge
the Crown Agents to send down

the materials as water was some-~ |

thing which should be given to
the inhabitants of every country
at the cheapest possible rate.

He felt that whenever a house

was erected, there should
with the country districts would
know how far those people had
to travel to get water after putting
in a hard day’s work.

He was of the opinion that the
map needed revision. The island
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Yesterday
COUNCIL

Legislative
yesterday

THE
| pan,

Council* met at 2



The Council concurred in a resolu
} tom for $21,600 to supplement the Ea-
timates, 1950-51, Part I-Current, as
hown in the Supplementary Estimates,
| 950-51. No. 32, which form the Sche-

| dule to this Resolution, and that the

herein, and if concurred in,

The

Council sent to a Select Com-

ittee, a Bill to provide for at least
two weeks’ holiday with pay for em-
| The Council passed with amendment
| Bill to provide for the Establishment
of a Corporation to be known as ihe

Natural Gas Corporation, for the func-
| tions and duties of the Corporation, for
| the acquisition by or transfer to it of
| undertakings, rights and property and
| to make compensation therefor and for
} the purposes connected with the matters
foresaid

The Council postponed consideratios
| of the following: A Bill to amend the
Vestries Act

A Bill to amend the Barbados Fancy
Molasses production and Export Act.
The Counc! adjourned until Decem-
ber 5.

HOUSE

WHEN the House of Assembly
esterday Mr, M, E. Cox gave
of a Bill to amend the Trade Act,
This was later read a first time.
The House passed a resolution to ap-
prove the Book of Reference and Plan
of the proposed eXtension of Water
works in the parish of St. Michael,

The House adjourned until Tuesdsy
at 3 pm

DEATH CHAMBER WILL
COST OVER $2,000

(Prom Our Own Correspondent)
PORT-OF-SPAIN, Nov. 22.
The cost of Trinidad’s new exe-
cution chamber to be erected at
Golden Grove, the “prison with-
| out walls”, is expected to exceed
| $2,000. Freight and other equip-
ment are being imported from
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i ot: Mg grt ee continuous service to the Barbados Public.

The past few ier have been a period of great difficulty due
to Controls and the increased Cost of Merchandise, but it has
provided a foundation for future progress by our careful selection
of Goods at prices that never failed to gain popular favour. We
have also increased the number of Departments, affording better
and more satisfactory service for our Customers.

Proud as we may be of these achievements, they could never
have been realised without the valuable and loyal support of our
Customers, Friends and Employees, for which we thank them
wholeheartedly, and promise to provide at all times the best
Merchandise and still better service.

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} disiali : Maile for St. Lucia, by the M.V. Lad CARE.
TELEPHONE 2508 } The followmg firms have agreed io | Joy will be closed at the General Po
—~ Si ennai lilkanccehai Wicetsalicau NOTICE close half-day for the Amnual Agricul- | Office as under wen
FOR SALE F@R RENT | agpanigal OF Ceasar cmuncet | “Guang Wednedty, Gn and: thin PARCEL & REGISTERED MAIL at ROYAL NETHERLAND
| mal certificates) will be received ais 7th_ December 5 pe. Gh ee ay leasmaber. 50. oo STEAMSHIP co. The M.V. “Caribbee” will ac-
| of ce up to 3.00 p.m. on Friday, Ist Messrs. Weatnerheads Ltd ewe: — Y cept Cargo and Pasvengers for
December, 1950, for one or more yacant ‘ William Fogarty Ltd. December, 190 } Dominica, Antiqua; Montserrat:
Christ Church Vestry Exhibition tenable T. R. Evans, — | noes’ eg a oF Kevig ana St. fives. Sailing. 1st
AUTOMOTIVE HOUSES at the Boys’ Foundation School Y. De Lime Mails for St. Lucia, Dominica, Mont s.6, ¢ , Met, December.
ali Candidates must be sons of parishion« Bookers (B'dos) Drug Ste serrat, Antigua, St. Kitts, Bermuda = ¥ The MV. “C. . M. Tannis™
CAR—Ford Prefect 1947 Modél. approx. ers in straitened circumstances, and must Ltd., Boston, &. soha MB. Halifax NS. Oy | mong Amsterdam, and Dever and Pasengers
Cc 7 Model, approx —| not be léss than nine year Cav . the Lady Nelson will be closed at the m SESTAD” ith. and 18th. ‘Trimidad, Sailing
17,500 miles and in first class condition APARTMENT — At the Camp, St.} than twelve yea S > =. ear ave Shepherd & Co., Ltd General Post Office as under N 2th. Novern
COURTESY GARAGE. Dial 4616 Lawrenc€ Gap. On-the-Sea. Fully | of the examination. — “#® O™ the date Stansfela Scott & Co.. Ltd PARCEL MAIL at 2 p.m. on the 29h : :
11.50—3n | furnished s examination G. W. Hutchinson & Co. Lid Pt | Sailing to La Guatr Vv.
28.11.50—2n . Dial $357. ‘ie Candidates must present themselves for RW. Etwarda «| November, 1950 Extra care taker of Furniture cao ete. ms. “eth. Nov
2.11.50—t.f.n, | ¢xamination, to the head: Ba Removal. “FARN 0 . ;
CAR—Vauxhall Velox 1949 Model, sean i Boys’ tion master at the Modern Dres; Shoppe, REGISTERED MAIL at 2.30 p.m. on} 8.8. “FARNSUM . November; m
Under 15,000 miles, excellent condition | FURNISHED FLAT — At “BRIAR- Becanthee He u Sghool on Friday 8th Alex Bayley & Co., + | November, 1950. Setets cane ies. ORANJESTAD” Ist. November.
co SY R FIELD", Lower ymor : Appli aA » Johnsons Stationery, 'e ly given. Dial $309 ®
Pre ee Ae Mines DAL SE ae Rene [trot ap Chie ee Mat be obtained Da Costa & Co., Ltd ORDINARY MAIL at 3 p.m. on the 29th aoe a tana Tee
.11.50—3 Michael, a bo a n- } from . ” ~~ . a 2. oth | 4 ; Georgetown, .
| pater. 26.1150-tin. ee. eet meio " Qo Rp Harrison & Co.,Ltd), | the 2th November, 1980 BARBADOS FURNITURE REMOVER | December.” ™™ ith awe eoneteie cutis
Clerk to the Vestry, ¢ * a J, N. Goddard & Sons, Ltd The Public is advised to use this op Codrin: > 2 a TION
“CYNTHIA VILLE”, Spooners Hill ¥, Christ Church H. Jason Jones & Co., Lid, portunity for Xmas mail to Canada ston, Pritton’s X Rd. Sailing to Tas,
ELECTRICAL tro NTHIA VIELE’, Spooners Hu, abit Soon Rewer 2°80, © °° were and mation | Se
rooms, one with dressing room, toilet Singer Sewing ine Co — ; . 1. .
er Asean ead casous|eud tain, and alt ctnee ae. wai tel NOTICE lta, YES COREE ee Roe | ieee es ennslcsamaninilsaaeioniillididiae =oomememreeeeeen
hand P¥idged, ih good Working order. | Dial 2550 for particulars. wana 5 of No. 44 Swan Street, which » ©, S. Pitcher & Co et Wk HAVE | s
At Man A. Weelee Shoe hoon: 28.11.50—2n.| 7th" December. “Has bone’ pony, Tunsday » Yaseen & Havnes Co., t+ G Cook ers Today REAL ESTATE ational St i
Hanewcod Alley, Phone 8 30.11.50—m.| LULCE DONUM ANNEX Ponts. | © Filday, sth December ats pan "Revere hom Esa Tans ana cams ps
11-502" | nelle, from Ist December. For partica.| COTTLE CATFORD & Co. LTD, » ‘'T. S. Garrawa¥ & Co., but WE HAVE i SOUTHBOUND
lers Dial 8350. 28.11.50—3n. | 28.11.50—2n » Gotten Esetary Ltd., A Really Good Assortment of ann ‘ Ph Satis Sails
THE sone » T. Herbert Léd., Gas Hotplates ADIAN tren lifax Boston Barbados
LIVESTOCK KIMBERLEY—St. Matthias Gap, Hast- | 70 %,SGRICULTURAL AIDS ACT, 1905. } General Traders Ltd. gerIn Superb Green Enameled | LADY RODNEY NORE 21 Nov. 27 Nov. = oe T Dee
ings. From ist December. Dial 3050, | apasmuy sreuiters holding specialty’ tiens «Johnson & Redman, Finish | LADY ee iy 2 Dec. 4 Dee. : 4 Dee.
lain 29.01,50—2n.| "Race NOTICR plantation, St. Peter, a BR. Cole & So, Ltd., And Silver Grey Utility models CADY RODNEY | 1. 1) Dee. 3. Dee. - BL Dee
YOUNG PIGS—Highclere Farm, St. 'AKE NOTICE that Thes. E. Corbi Ashby & Medford a t , wr : en 1 Jan. 19 Jan lan y
Thomas. 28.11.50—3r owner of th bo p See : : Easy to keep clean LADY NELSON . oo P ° 29 Jan.
s mt 1 Se about . obtain oo Biantatien, or a ts Sampson, Easy to we & Excellent value | 1 Feb. * Feb. 12 Feb. 13 Feb.
naomi * a an © 2700 nee ‘o., * |
COWS—One pure bred Jersey Bull Y under the provi: . ‘ a Call today and s¢e them
valf 10 days old. One half bred’ Seresy PURLIC SALES | S@ainst the Super, ‘bestasies na ” dtnee Sisbonsia Sosa ee St ewes sees newer St mn NORTHBOUND
ce days egg he cp eae ‘ ot tie said plantation to be reap- » Carlton Browne & Co., ak | Arrives Sails Arri
. . 2 50-3 | ae 195 ML. Seale & Co., — Arrives
£3,000 had already bee ca * deg BLADON Barbados Barbados
FURNITURE AUCTION ed against the said. POO aa meatus ’ ores’ Be =p Shoppe. L999 POO ites eon 24 Nov. wy Now 9 P ~ yy 101 —
aie —~—--= | Dated this 25th day of Wovember, 1950. :. / Cole's Stationery, x BiB) West LADY NELSON ol 7 Fon sf n- i Jan.
paleo oe eo By instructions received I will sell | 25.11.50—3n, 3: i ne ~ Alleyne Arthur & Co. Lid. We undertake to repair all ¥ AF.S., F.V.A. nk Gee oe 12 Feb. 2 Feb, 3 Fev.
Birch, alto Mahogaee Dining wate | PY Public Auction on the spot. To be | ———— mt i; Pee ete & kinds of Jewellery at reason- Fo ly Di & Bladon : +s gs a8 Feb. 27 Feb, 6 Mareh ° March
Dinace Waneora thd’ Dinter chang | emoved, st, Hastings, on” Thursday | « Genteat Foundry Ltd, omee «| % able prices with delivery in % | ff) “ormés™ “isos a eS Se ae ae nomen
I 2 , a : Nov ‘ nning a ; . ‘
cece = ae a Larders and/ 2 o'clock, one house called “Laven- NOTICE aarew ere, three days. S FOR SALE ders. Fares 1 eed On spphcation Be ——
Roohie Haro eae eS enem | ture’ which consists of closed Gall-' THE OLD BOY'S CRICKET MATOH eee Gnive Store, . !
Cotretral ardwood Alley, ‘Opposite / ery, Drawing and Dining Pooms, 3; Which was to take place at the Lode nt ae eet Our chief Jeweller
al}. Open daily 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.| Redrooms each with wash stand basin, | SChool on Thursday 30th inst. ha ving W. A. Griffith & Co., THE OLIVES—Upper Coliymore .
Phone 4683 3 h da in, S has owing Pre
7 28.11.50—4in. | Water toilet and Bath, } to weather conditions been postpone S. P, Musson Son & Co., Ltd; Kock. This large modern stone GARDINER AUSTIN
i see D’ , . indéfinitely ” T. Geddes Grant Ltd., " , ae
MISCELLANEOUS ae. orem see D'Arcy. A. Scott, | Clositig Tharsday 7th Onty . ‘ bungalow with about 1. aere '. le
Magazine Lane. 22.11.50 -5n. 4 W. A. FARMER, should appeal to a buyer who
~“Tatieane oLae asc daa or Readmaser. "tape tid” with 35 years experience wante (a. Sealy. Sis propery ; ae
= eser: 0 ; 29.11.50-—1n f . : ; " n i , ‘
Glass, ina, old Jewels, fine ave UNDER THE IVORY HAMMER eo _——- ” N, BE. Wilson & Co. is at your service. ruttertals, There is a large living
Yatgeoeiours. Early books, Maps. Auto-| py instructions received T awill sel ae eae Shs $ room (28 ft. x 4 ft.) gallery (48%
eral ete. at Gorringés Antique Sho, oe eae Seen wills m% ' } ft. x 10% ft.) 4 bedrooms (ghe
adjoining Royal Yacht Club. Py at noeee cee) eens ceeeee ey Stems NOTICE x ALFONSO 8B. DELIMA & CO. 23% ft. x 19 ft.) modern kitehi
Si.sote.n,| 9h Frida, It December at 2 pm. One] ROAD Lose a } pares, asemet ie eh Mantes
rg NS ts 7 Pa eer The road from Vaughans Plantation to OOO 4 + 4 gardens and orcha ell places
euUTLAN, CIGARRESN Lighwmsia| "0508 ACT EecanT OMUESTR, | Joceetâ„¢ Piattation. in the Purl Of NOTICE eeeeee eee. fo transport to town and schogts OUTWARD FROM THE UNITED KINGDOM
. ‘ays light, good quality, . Joseph is closed for repairs until further
Knight's Ltd, Auctioneer :



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tt 26.11.50—4n By order of the Ch ‘ A pretty little country home with
a ATTRACTIVE SUNSHADES for ladies — ‘ne Conihissiohers of High wie, Street for today has been post- JUST RECEIVED % hiving room, dining room, 3 bed- Vessel Due
a gents. Something new. Complete St Joseph poned. YE) rooms, kitchen, servants’ rooms, From Leares Barbados
ith ucather cases that ean be ntted! UNDER THE SILVER 29.1%.50--3n R, ARCHER McKENZIE. % | 2 warages, storerooms ete, Stora os. PHILOSOPHER” Liverpool. 15th Nov. 30th Nov
0 or strap if required. Sec an | Construction with wallaba roo! S. RAPHER” London 27 : :
Your Jewellers, Y. De LIM 50; ingles, Fertile ove = ; : th Nov. 10th Dec.
LID, % Broad ied HAMMER DIM it; “ssree patted atound house GS, Sona. ., Liverpool 30th Nov. 14th Dec.
26.11.50—en. |, ON. THURSDAY 30th by order of THERMOS VACUUM } with shrubs and trées, remainder ‘S. “COLONTAL Newport and
Soanioie 2 bles a eae a ie rs a ok will seil at “Rock GOVERNMENT NOTICES | cane, option further 2% acre Glasgow 2nd Dee 1th Dee
-— New Morris § \° ndo"’, Cave Hi is Furnit vhich ) eeneland Ss ” : .
Cushions imperior $9.00 v2 Sale nt is both Modern and “Antate ad JARS ak. S.S. DEFENDER ..M/brough $
sprung $6.00. Ralph Beard’s Show Rooms, which includes VELLA ROSA—Patsage Road London 2nd Dec. 20th Dec.
ardwood Alley, Phone an Saar ee Weegon. Ornament Table FOWL TYPHOID Wide Mouth > City, Attractive and centrally em
ae e A1.p0—an, | igh ree, Cow, Peg, Sang Table Cree ire Pee ee eee
dition, "Wen Secary te Sow Ca. ma. Rockers, Fiat “Top Denke Sout An outbreak of fowl typhoid has been confirmed in a flock of _ imately 34,000 equare tev This HOMEWARD FOR THE UNITED KINGDOM
; .W.C.A, ’ esk, Als: , y contains # :
4659. 27.11.50.—3n, Canterbury all in old Mahogany: Lady's} about thirty (30) hens, and reports have come in of sudden deaths R LS ‘wont “aiitery, lstge Tounite. racer! For Closes in Barbados
ee javen 5 ‘2 ic s . * + EFILLS 4 i tr .
i oe Meant Sr tea te 2 | Palntings, Inlaid Chess toni, pictures! cr death after a short illness from several sources in the Brittons Hill separa EN ies ee S.S. “LLOYDCREST” London ith Dee,
¢ uart sizes for all classes of | Desk, Clock, Piano by Broadwood i € ‘ 201 °
SOURTEEY DADA Dk ae used. | (perfect condition), Glass und’ Chink, area of St. Michael. -, oe eae? i eae ed For further information apply to eo
Pe cgi yeraeee Cut Glass, Decanters and Fruit Dishall This disease is very infectious, readily communicable to other EXTENSIVE Lovano SF soe”
.11,50-—an, viet, China, Fru ‘ , CLASS PR ;
and Tea Services and Lunch Plates: | fowls and very acute in character, Outbreaks frequently occur during TAILABLE DACOSTA & CO., LTD —Age
FOUNTAIN PENS—La. seat Gea rhe — 2 ’ : _LAND ALWAYS AY r mm e nts
to.pdlect thom. From $100 ip Rion Pha Rode tee Sood, Grama’) the rainy season. Mortality rate can be as high as 100% in recently C. CARLTON BROWNE ws tf
Le. 11.50—2n as eet Brecon Sams; Cone infected flocks. 2 Whotessle & Retail Draggist
SA aeeient caren’, aeiaanaae . rator, Mird, Presses, eng ; the
jul teteas eatente eee STRINGS ing Tables, M.T wWashatands, Old Lirien Symptoms. Affected fowls show loss of appetite, appear dull and | 2 136, Reebuck St. Dial 2818 RENTALS ‘ °
’ f ’ _ ‘ esess, a r gany; Double and : . : :
nf AOI Single tion Theadstendy and. tivrinne, 1 listless and often have diarrhoea sulphur-yellow in colour. bs gd 4 0A PldLad yet eet tutgebion BHACIY HOUSD- at tavwrened Cire. GLE. TRA NSATI ANTIQUE
——— | Mosq. Nets, Zine Top Tables, 2-B er i is i | y' , Ss are Available February inward,
eAQLD JEWELLERY — Consiéting of | Valor Oil Stove, Coal Stove (practical | UOT Of the disease is from one to tan days oF even longer. Birds ae | | eres asseey |B) Pirnisnea > (French Line)
pendants Al new goods, — Sesatient ae Larder, ‘Large Jars: Horse, 3-| Often found dead in the morning without showing symptoms of illness (; ‘ Z in
Xmas Gifts, See Your Jewellers, Y. De | \"°e!*! én: Skin Saddle, Books in-| the night before. ~ ‘ . INGE ioc Pe seas.
Lima & Co., Ltd,, 20, Broad Street, cluding ibbons History of Rome and ) oR Very pleasant a bedroomed pro~
Bridgetown. ieoeen. | eee Mas : tte, oak Post Mortem. Catarrhal inflamation of the intestine is often founa |} F SA LE perty Wii ah sere. Of . eral
Bus No. 23 passes the Gap every j Long lease if required, aes
LARGE CHILDREN'S PLAY HOUSE. a Hour, Sale 11.30 o'clock. Terms} and an enlarged congested and friable liver. ) MACHINERY AT WILDEY CUMMMIRLAID WARE t04 S.S. “COLOMBIE" Sailing to Trinidad, La Quayra, Curatao
= ee r * | Cas 7 n SE, o * rs a ’
Sr Oe RAD SARTO YaIe GRRE Snes BRANKER, TROTMAN & CO Prevention & Control. Any bird showing signs of illness should Te Germans: rington Mill, Unfurnished, Pleasant camanes and Jamaica on December |]-
ae] : 7 26.11.50- : ST. MICHAEL old property with 2 atres ot . :
BDA BOON, ptrartintettedbiheneresensitibeheditialtediimenans | at once be isolated from the rest of the flock. garden S.S. “COLOMBIE”
j PEARL I have been instructed by the Com- ; ’ \ : : ane B ad Salling to Plymouth and Le Havre via
| banded econ eae $1.20 Fs ots eee missioner of Bolles to sell at’ Céntrat Infection is spread through the droppings hence strict sanitary sane oa ts MODERN FURNiseie eae re a Guadeloupe on Decem-
u aT! Station, on Monday next the 4th Ad x iss . n wks he can ary near town, 3 b ‘Ooms, ne er P 0.
ane ae Bg i Magee December, beginning at 2 o'clock the | Measures comprise the most effective method of controlling and pre 20” x 30”, Complete. Lease, S.S. “GASCOGNE” Sailing to Trinidad and French Guiana
Jewellers, ¥, De LIMA & Co., Ltd., 20, | lowing stems: — (2), Tin buckets, it) | venting the disease. ENGINE and GEARING; SUNSET HOUSE: St. — Jamet on December 28th 1950 *
Broad Street, Bridgetown. ye | nany other items, | ap aes Geo, Fletcher & Co, - Avatinbie= January. “On Conat, S.S. “GASCOGNE” Sailihg to PI han
y a 23.11.50-8n. iy Sat A emis: Recently purchased birds should be isolated for at least fourteen MEG. ASS ELEVATOR .- (( Good bathing, Pane furdiyned ‘ e Me g to Plymouth and Le Harvre via
A. § ; n ‘ L. wd . artinique and Guadeloupe
RAIN COATS, RAIN COATS: At $214 philip es (14) days before being allowed to join the flock. —Single Strand WANTED: Unfurnished Housé 3rd. 1981 , oe 8 eee
gach lovely colours in Plastic for Ladies mt, a No really effective treatment of affected birds is known. ' BOILER: or apartment $40 to $60 monthly All ships accepting Passengers, Cargo and Mail,
Would make a lovely Xmas Gift t00:| petition at iy otice VICTORIA STREET 26.11.50,—3n Multitubular 7ft x 12¢t. S.S. “COLOMBIE” First, Cabin and Tourist Class Passages
. S : 5 ‘| petition at my office VICTORIA STREE — ss r ‘ : ‘ ¥ ome - - .
THANI BROS. Pr. Win, Henry Street.| Gn FRIDAY Ikt DEC, at 2. pm. 3000 PCED Witke tr y uersin. SALE §'S. “GASCOGNE” First Class passages Only.
. .11,.50—t.f.n, sGuare feet of land sat CHAPMAN 7 ae \ A CTI Al
“Senwhanhin Gwe pe n=. | LANE _& CHAPMANS X LANE. Apply i RAW JUICE P >, le
VEGETABLE SHEDS. — A fresh tup-| FON CONDITIONS OF SALE. TO APPOINTMENTS TO EXECUTIVE GRADE IN THE I UMI Dauble For further Particulars apply to:—
Mata) a ek ee ee R, ARCHER McKENZIE CIVIL SERVICE 600 gl 5 cach HOT LIQUOR | is Cabin Launch
mited. 12 cents ey package. eee neh 41 ae A ss ” rs . 3 tIns, eac rT, } i
Hee ta 1180-80. | eee: 26.11.50-—4n Attention is drawn to paragraph 5 of the Government Notice in 500 mips. each. HOT LIQUOR b
ra are the Official Gazette of 27th N be lating to tt ecutiv PUMPS. Two, Single Action 19 foot Cabin Launch. Bait at , ” Agen
XMAS TREE DECORATIONS—Special e oO ovember relating to the new executive EVAPORATOR., ASPINAL Cowes, Fitted Gray Phat 4
discount ot 10% py applying on all REAL ESTATE grade ($1,728—$3,456) in the Civil Service. PANS. One tarse, one small HP. .Fingine Broues 0 ng
purchases of these decorations. For a Lanes . “3 : : cd Ste, : " IRESSERS The, throughout, Laminat ahogany
limited period only. See your jewellers, | ————-———— ——_____— c Applications to sit the examination are invited from external peingt F RESSES, Twe ’ Construction, To be sold by
Cae Try Gee tad wy erghd altceet , ON THE SBA candidates who are the holders of academic or professional qualifica- INTEJUS,, MEGASS Auction at entrance to Aquatic T0. DAY'S NEWS
P he val Ur ATT Y . mm , 4 _ r y | a t
pepe 29.11.50—O0.} seoaern’ Bandalow, 9 bedreoms, two|tions (of degree standard) and should be addressed to the Colonial Tint ieee oe Fo ee Tpastapes' 4 x FLASH SBA VIEW
axacut — That desirable yacht “VA- a. Overlooking nen now pore Secretary, Secretariat, Bridgetown, setting owt the usual particulars ROPE BI OCKS MILL wet eens
ABOND". Tel. J. A, Reid, Lone Star] bathing beach. od Yae nehorage. Sse ye ic pee bo [ bas sOCKS ,
Garage. Dial 91-33. 22.11.50—12n, | Phone 91-50, 16.11.50—t.f.n, pad sme of birth, academic qualifications, career and practical ENGINE and GEARING John bd. Biadon 49 COLT REVOLVER
—t 5 rience, if any. Duncan Stewart. PIPING AS GOOD
ZEPTO CILS: i HOUSE — One Board and shingled ’ hia overt. AUCTIONPER, OOD AS NEW
from the teeth: Keep one handy” Kriah' So 91 38 9 te ea eee acer, ee ee ee ee eee reno get and BITTINGS. Potted 0, ONLY HASTINGS, BARBADOS
. 28.11.5 .| roof. In good co’ jon. y Messrs} such é ications. 28.11.50-——<é y CKS
| Clarice “und Tucker. Phone 2206, ore Rep Hre ons 28.11.50 "| ICKS be _ Police Licence necessary yee
, 24.11,50—6n Apply to... R ‘ATE AG ; STOCKED BAR
} WANTED ——iGRBING atta yon bala Attention is drawn to the Control of Prices (Defence) (Amend- | Saag a AUCTIONEER MIRRORS RATES: $5.00 per Day &
Rast? Square feet of land in PINE|ment) Order, 1950, No. 37 which will be published in the Official | a Gaatar ents pi at upwards
HELP BO alee venue and adjoining (Gazette of Monday, 27th November, 1950. iy shan dey aintation. {\!, | PLANTATIONS BUILDING JOHNSON’ . (Inclusive)
“Neath”, the residence of wir, Chees- 2. Under this Order the maximum retail selling price of vena 29.11.50.—3n Fhens 6060 AND HARDWARE ete"
— For our Oil Mill Depart- mH : x F i Mrs. W. S. HOWELL

The land will be set up for sale by
public competition at our office, James |
Street, Bridgetown, on Friday Ist ARTICLE
Deember, ee Li Re |

joyce, Solicitors. ;
ae ft 22.11.50—9n. |

CLERK “Cement” is as follows: —
ment. Apply, in person and by letter to - hows:

the Manager Barbados
Cotton Factory Ltd.



Co-operative

SS ee
29,41.50—3n,

Your CAR deserves the Best OIL you can obtain.



RETAIL PRICE
(not more than)



STENOTYPIST — Apply by letter in
frst instance. G, L. W. Clarke & Co.,







Solicitors, P.O. Box 275,
25,11.50—6n

SITUATION VACANT

AGER — Large Stationery

store in Trinidad. Write stating ex-

perience and qualifications to P.O. Box

434, Port-of-Spain _ enclosing recent

Photograph. Salary according to abili-

ty. Minimum $3,600.00 per annum plus
commission.

23.11.50—12n.

as No. 44 Swan Street, being a three
storey building standing on 2,980 square
feet of land and abutting on Swan Street
and Bolton Lane. Together with the
Goodwill and stock in trade of the busi-
ness known as the “Supply Stores” car-
ried on in the ground floor of the sgld

Issue



PART ONE ORDERS
B:

y
Lieut.-Col. J, Connell, O.B.E., E.D.,
Commanding,

The Barbados Regiment.

50.

|
FOR SALE at Public Competition «it CEMENT a iy oe $1.95 per bag of 94 Ib
the office of the Bape on Friday ‘
th.day of December, 1950, at 2 p.m Dy
ALL ‘THAT mes-uage or store known 27th November, 1950 28.11.50—2n Ei



(1) Take

the normal amount required

We recommend

GERM MOTOILS

obtainable in ordinary or detergent gtadeés.

CENTRAL FOUNDRY LTD.

Gasolene Service Station — rrafalgar St,




No, 44. 24 Nov.




ding.
OTe partion and further particulars

apply to the Manager of the Supply





to buy a Man's Shirt.

STITCHERS WANTED
Call at the Adeil Shirt Factory,

PARADES — Training



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Stores. All ranks will parade at Regimental Headquarters on Thursday 30 Nov. 50 at 3 = SS z
Swan Street, you must have your own COTTLE, CATFORD & CO, 1700 hours. All Other Ranks will be under the R.S.M. (I) for drill parade 7
machines, Richard E. Phipps. 14.11.50—-11n There will be no further Regimental parades until after Christmas (2) P t h If f it b k ‘. Seo us for the following =
28,11.50—3n. peat . . : , y 3 u a
LADY with knowledg ———""| RUGBY — 10th Avenue (2nd house |? QRDERLY OFFICER AND ORDERLY SERJEANT FOR WEEK ENDIN( ° 1 ac: in your STUFFED OLIVES (Large & Small), MORTON.S MIXED
nowledge of Shorthand | from Pine Road), Belleville, St. Michael, I > ’ . .
and Typing requires position as Hotel | standing on 3,712 square feet of land and Orderly Officer Lieut. T, A. Gittens Pocket I ICKLES, MORTON'S. CHOW, ‘CHOW, PAULINE
Office Assistant or Receptionist. Reply | containing closed gallery, drawing and ‘i ae, Serjeant 384 L/S Laurie, C, K P PICKLES, ZESTO PICKLES, CHEF SAUCE. HEINZ
M ee Eee: | dining rooms, s iitohonette er uaa : “Orderly “Officer Lieut. EB, R. Goddard ' ; rOMATO CHUTNEY, CHEF TOMATO KETCHUP,
: MISCELLANEOUS running Wet ane room and, garaige Orderly Serjeant 278 L/S Williams, S. D. (8) What Ss left will buy you a RELIANCE ae ue kee Sot skorts Reutae on
in yard. Inspection 10 a.m. to noon. M. L. D. SKEWES-COX, Major ny, Ma L ;, ;
xES — d 3 p.m, to 440 pan. on week dane. S.0.L.F. & Adjutant, ‘ PICKLED ONIONS, —
Beer ice than “cortugated ‘card. | on application to Mrs, Robinson, on the Novice Th Batbados Regiment. SHIRT of perfect fit and guaranteed Also an Assortment of

Apply Advocate Binding Dept. Premises. erty will be set up fot sale HEINZ MALT VINEGAR (Large & Small), CROSS &

Officers are reminded that there wiM be an Officers’ Mess Meeting on Saturday


































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by public Competition at our ce, 2 Dec, 50 at 2015 hours. Honorary members may attend at 2045 hours. quality. BLACKWELL DISTILLED VINEGAR, CROSS & BLACK-
James Sires, . eeansiown on Friday odie alice iment Il ORDERS heheaas, sai 41 ~~ vee at VINEGAR, ESTCOURTS TOMATO SAUCE
CAR — One (1) Austin 1936 Model | 1st December < al . THE DOS REGIME ‘ ONLY JEIG ORCESTER SAUCE, CERCHRO TABLE
10 ip a good working order, price YEARWOOD & Hat be 24TH NOVEMBER, 1950 SHEET 1 & 2 THE RO YAL STORE SALT in (Jars. Bottles & Vials), LYLE GOLDEN SYRUP,
ndvboate Advis Oflice. pply » e/e 22,11.50—98n || STRENGTH INCREASE—Attestations Place Your Orders Early
612—3. | ——— il wet un fod. date 4 strength wet y x
"| ane andggaaned wil top Mme | a1 Me Goddard B. . Awteted and taken on streneth No. 2 HIGH STREET JOHN D. TAYLOR & SONS LTD.
g y a a eir 1c NO, = ; ’
Lota Marae: ataee aaa. ye Bridgetown, ag : ee the ist day of asd Pie Spriieer, 8 hides oceans: We Th Shi t E x f B b d Roebuck St. Dial 4335
Jewellers, Y. De Lima & Co, Ltd., 20,| December Tence Shares ot £1. eath in 493, Reid, C. 511 ,, Daniel, J. e ir mporium oO arbados
Broad Street, Bridgetown. the Barbados Telephone Co. Lid. 494 || Phillips, F. 512 |, Beckles, McD
26.11.50—12n.| "Ye ‘Ordinary Shares of, $5.00 each in 495, Phillips, C: 613 |, Dunnah, Noo
TUITION given in Spanish, French,| The West India Biscuit Co. Ltd. 497" MeCollin, © 515°, Harris, DeL.
German and® Ytalian. by Mrs, MARIA| 50 Preference Shares Radio Distribu- 498 |. Phillips, ‘J. 7. 516 ;, Stuart, R. _ ee :
- CARLOTTA GONSALVES formerly on| tion (B’dos) Limited . co 499 ., Yearwood, C, N. 517 ,, Springer, W.
Star oe ver ome’ | Cone Carrom eB | HR: Homey BS ’ FACTORY MANAGERS
Will also undertake tran:lations. a Si ” layers, B. 5 at 1. a
Call between 2.30 and 6 p. m. S495 OOOO 502 ,, McConney, A. 520 ,, Callender, ff. Z ¢ ISTEMPER
Santa Clata, St. Lawrenee Gap. Bar- I Ost pod MeConney, (C st . po ti Mh
o m . : & . .
x bados. 25.11,50-—6n. saPs 505." Sten, Dec aoe” Seathwalte, is 30) 2 Take this opportunity of obtaining your requirements in :—~
j as 506 |, Gibbs, R.A 524°, Branker, F. N i
oat ae. Guia. ¢, a6 Brads | “% WATER PAINT
5 526 : , Cc. M
” ‘or . Ta oS DOG—One brown dog in the aan = ete a I , sparse : . a? ¢ GALVANISED & STEAM PIPE +
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F Semin ee 29 11 0- ‘an ee 278 L/C Williams, B. E “A” Cos is a recognised first grede WwW AT E R P Al N T MILD Ss EL
a 448 Pte Rudder, G. ‘ } TE:
i Promoted Cpl w.ef. 17 Nov. 0. | :
* e 7. OOP PPLE VPPEPVSPOTE, 2 LPAVE — PRIVILEGE so'baa Chaveerion’s / Being oil-bound, easy of application Flats, Rounds, Squares in all Sizes
illed in inufes iS g i te Granted. 1 Week P/Leave w.cf and of outstanding covering
1% a 7 ¢ oy fnw | & . *
ig : “7 1" ’ ¥ 6 Nov. 50. + capacity, it is ideally suited for all
. \ f $ M. L. D, SKEWES-COX. Major Sere eae BOLTS TSs—
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tching, Cracking, Eezema, Peeling, \ ; :
Burning, Acne, Ringworm, Peoriasis, | % x FILTER CLOTH—-White Cotton Twill
Blackheads, Pimples, Foot Itch and othér | =-The Thanksgiving Service % STOCKED BY ALL THE At PRICE
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ve | ; iing, ! f ell sinnice 4. If All « ' ) Piecta-
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beck on return of empty, your enemist |% Street %|mation. Medical practitioners, druggists and other interested parties) “aos Co-Operative Cdtton Factor Plantations Ltd WHITE PARK ROAD, ST, MICHAEL
a at @ today and re- | ¥ : ¥% |are advised to make themselves acquainted with the provisions of the! ‘ “sy , ae
Nixoderm n real|% Allare cordially invited. $ : : . a T. Herbert Ltd. C. F. Harrison & Co. (B’dos) Ltd.
ca skin | % : % | Act copies of w hn may be obtained at the Colonial Secr ; A. Barnes & Co. Ltd Carter & Co
For Skin Troubles tx 1/79 L% % | Office at 18 cents a copy. ai

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PAGE EIGHT



The English cricket team now touring Australia has no

before the first Test.

the balil.—Eapress

Dewes Scores
117 Out Of 291

BRISBANE, Nov. 28.

John Dewes, Cambridge Univer-
sity and Middlesex left-hander,
scored a fighting century for the
M.C.C. in the match against
Queensland which ended in a draw
here today.

Replying to Queensland’s 305
the MCC made 291 and when the
match ended Queensland had
made five for one wicket.

Dewes’ innings of 117, his high-
est of the tour so far, almost
certainly assured him of a place
in the England team to meet Aus-
tralia in the first Test starting on
the same ground on Friday.

His century took four hours, 33
minutes and he hit 11 fours.

Dewes and Cyril Washbrook
(81) put on 108 for the fourth
wicket. Len Johnson took six
MCC wickets for 66 runs.
QUEENSLAND 1ST INNINGS 305

MCC. First Innings.
Hutton b Johnson ... vevshenneee
Washbrook b Johnson a1

Simpson c Raymer b Johmeon ge
Compton e Archer b Me Cool 28
Dewes c Johnson b Raymer . 1



Close b Johnson .........0+5+-
Brown ¢ Archer b Johnson .
Evams b Raymer ....
Bedser b Johnson
Wiar b Me Cool
Hotiies not out . ‘ vivavreee ©
Extras (6 byes, 2 leg byes, lino ball) 3



0
paledy ba aryne 8
<6 noha yeh.e 0
10

3

POH cs eancyicea veces yt ostene eee

Fall of wickets: 1--2, 2—13, 3—12, 4—

190, 5—182, 6—200, 1—215, 8—215, 9—
252.

oO M R w
Johnson weak * 4 ° é

an soot .
OME cool a... 4 7 «110 2
Raymer ae 35.5 17 51 2
Areher : «Ad 3 26 0
Mackay a 2 o Ww Oo
QUEENSLAND — Second Innings

Raymer b Warr
Chapman not out
Toovey not out ... Sata Wee

Extras .....:.->



4
0

1

5

Total (for 1; wicket)

Fall of wicket 1—0.
BOWLING irae ae
a

R w

Warr aaa a 2 9 1

Redse tages 8 92. ae
anert —Reuter.



N.S. Wales Beat
S. Australia

ADELAIDE, Nov. 28.

New South Wales, Sheffiela
Shield holders, defeated South
Australia by 45 runs on the first
innings in their four-day match
which ended here today.

South Australia scored 439 in
their first innings, Graeme Hole
making 95, and Lance Duldig 92.
and followed with 127 for four
wickets in their second innings,
Hole scoring 54.

New South Wales had a first
innings total of 484, R. James
seoring 111, and DeCourcey 82.

Keith Miller, most prolific
scorer this season, was bowled
first ball for 0.

—Reuter.

Cambridge Crew
For Florida

LONDON.

A strong Cambrigs University
crew is going to Palm Beach,
Florida, to row against Yale on
New Year’s Day.

It will not be the crew which
won the Oxford-Cambridge duel
this year, but the complete “Lady
Margaret” eight that competed
against Yale at the Henley
Regatta. ’

In order to please their hosts
the erew will row with light blue
blades, under the _ title of
“Goldie,” usually given to the
Cambridge second eight.

R. H. Symonds, coach of both
Lady Margaret and Cambridge
University, will be in charge 0!
the English crew.—(I.N.S.)





They'll “Do Ic Every































BARBADOS ADVOCATE





sal boi OES a:

ee,
" z eid ae
t+ been too successful in the preliminary matches
In the M.C.C. Match against New South Wales at Sydney,

South Wales takes a swipe at a ball from Bedser but misses, and wicket-keeper A, J. MacIntyre takes

| the Island, and in particular direc- Water Extension



4

Keith Miller, of New



| Council Send Back Gas Bill

From Page 1
away. It might be coming from
under the sea. It was a gamble
to say that the supply would last
another ten years or any length
of time for that matter.

The Hon. Acting
Secretary disagreed with

deletion on the grounds that it|

would tie the hands of Govern-

ment in supplying gas to an
unecanomic area even if the
profits from economic areas

allowed this or it had been agreed
by the Legislature to subsidise
such an act, -

It was not unknown in other
eduntries that a public utility
such as transport would be sup-
plied to an uneconomic area
backed up by a subsidy from Gov-
ernment.

The deletion of that
would tie Government’s
in that respect.

The whole issue rested on
the question as to whether they
were to have a profit-making
public utility run by Govern-
ment, or a public utility run by
Government for the benefit of
the people subject to subsidisa—
tion as approved by the Legis-
lature,

The section was deleted,

Continuing this line of argument
the Hon. G. B. Evelyn moved

section
hands

the deletion of section 17 of the
bill that read:—
17. The rates and scales of

charges for natural gas shall be
submitted by the Corporation for
the approval of the Governor-in-
Executive Committee.

The motion for the deletion
was carried on the same division
and Mr. Evelyn — successfully
moved the insertion of the fol-
lowing section in its place:—

“When fixing the rates and
scales of charges for natural gas
the Corporation shall take into
account the cost to the Govern-
ment or the Corporation of money
paid by the way of compensation,
purchase or otherwise, for an

the machinery, pipeline, other
necessary appliances and the
general expenses for carrying op
the undertaking and shall submit
such rates for the appreval of the
Governor ~ in —- Executive Com-
mittee ”

The other main amendment by
Mr. Evelyn was in connection
with section 18 which read:—

18. (1) Subject to the provis-
ions of this Act, the privately
owned natural gas plant, speci-
fied in the Schedule to this Act,
owned and operated by the peg-
son specified therein prior to the
commencement of this Act, shall
on a day to be appointed by the
Governor-in-Executive | Commit-
tee by notice in the Official Gaz-
ette (hereinafter referred to as
the appointed day) be transferred
to the Corporation.

(2) Upon the appointed day,
the natural gas plant specified in
the Schedule to this Act, shall by
virtue of this Act, be transferred
to and vest in the Corporation
without further assurance.

(8) Until the appointed day
such person shall keep and main-
tain such natural gas plant in as
an efficient condition as thereto-
fore.

(4) When the property in
any natural gas plant is vested in
the Corporation in accordance
with the provisions of this sec-
tion. the corporation shall pay
therefor compensation as herein-
after provided.

(5) Compensation payable
under this section shall, in de-
fault of determination by agree-
ment, be determined by arbitra-
tion.

(6) The provisions of sec-
tions fifteen to twenty, both
| inclusive, of the Land Acquisition
Act, 1949, with the necessary



‘Time Registered U. 4. Potent OMee*










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oF a SYNDICATE, Inc,

When sue BATSFRYS UP AN' THROW





HBORS SNOOZING

WORLD RIGHTS RESERVED.

Cotoniat | vo
the| the acquisition of any natural gas

existing or other well or wells, |

But WHEN BATSY FEELS LIKE
ALL*s“DROP DEAD TWICE!”
QUIET! QUIET,

I SAID! IF You KIDS LITTLE
DON'T QUIT MAKING )-('NCONS: ERATE

THAT RACKET, I'LL
\ CALL THE COPS!

modifications and
shall have effect in
such arbitration.

; (7) The amount of compen-
sation determined by agreement
or arbitration and any expenses
incurred by the Corporation in

adaptations
respect of

plant under the provisions of this
section shall in the first place be

|paid out of the Public Treasury

on the warrant of the Governor-
in-Executive Committee, but the!
Corporation shall repay to the
Government such compensation
and expenses.

With regard to sub-section 5
Hon, G. B. Evelyn thought that
some consideration should be
given to the time which would be }
taken over arbitration and moved
that the following words be in-\
serted after the end of the sub-
section: —

“and the amounts fixed by
agreement or arbitration shall
carry interest at the rate of 4%
per annum from ‘the appointed
day”.

_ this was carried without divi-
sion.

After some minor amendments
the bill was given its second and
third reading and passed with
amendments by the Council.

Landslides were common in that
part of the country and a landslide
might well close the fissure ana
that source of supply would end.

The Government had told the
British Union Oil Company that
they were unable to guarantee
any protection in case someone
else bored and tapped their gas
supply, but in the same breath
they had said that they them-
selves ‘were going to take over

a liability against which they

were unable to guarantee some-

body else.

That was a bad form of states-
manship. The British Union Oil
Company had a limited number of
experts here who could deal with
any accidents to the gas well. If
anything happened, because of
liaison with Trinidad Leaseholds
Ltd., they would be able to get
help and the necessary apparatus

Government had no apparatus
nor did they have any expert or
apparatus to deal with any acci-
dent to the gas well, After what
had happened with Trinidad
Leaseholds in their negotiations
wiin Government over another
matter he did not imagine that
the Directors of Trinidad Lease-
holds, would be too anxious to
lean their apparatus to this Gov-
ernment when they were in
dilemma of this sort.

$1,000,000 Gamble

Hon, Dr. Massiah also pointec
out that ‘as was the case in other
countries, the cost of gas was
based upon that of fue] oil. At
present this was fairly high. If
fuel oil became more substantia’
in Barbados through the activities
of another country, then the pricc
would drop and so would the price
of natural gas. The Governmen!
would then be in a very difficuli
financial condition,

They had ,discovered in thei:
investigations that it was going tc
cost the taxpayers of this islanc
one million to one million and e
quarter dollars for a gamble. He
thought that even at this late hour
Government ought to endeavour
to reach an agreement with the
B.U.O.C,

The Hon'ble the Lord Bishop
explained that he had been un-
able to attend more than a single
meeting of the Select Committec
and had asked to be allowed &
consider its report as an ordinary
member of the Council.

The Council deleted section 1:
of the Bill that read:—

15. The Governor-in-Executiv.
Committee may give to the Cor
poration such directions of a gen
eral character as appear to th
Governor-in-Executive Committee
to be requisite in the interests 0°







: By Jimmy Hatlo |






NICE »ss“DDT/’ YOU














| and
































tions as to:— }
(a) the expansion of existing |
natural gas undertakings:

(b) the establishment and



working of new natural) majority of the péople’s homes.

gas undertakings;
the rendering of services
and the supply of natural

(c)

gas to any government
department, school or
public body;

(a) the creation and applica-
tion of a genera] reserve
notwithstanding that the
directions may be of a_ specific
character;
the Corporation shall Hive
effect to such directions.

Voting in favour of the deietion
of the section were the Hons.

| Challenor, Massiah, Gittens, Hut-

son, Mrs. Hanschell, Evelyn, Dr.
31. John, Pile. Against the motion
for the deletion were *he Hons.
the Lord Bishop, Cuke and the
Acting Colonial Secretary .

Hon. G. B. Evelyn who made
the motion for the deletion gave
as his reason the fact that it was
the feeling that the Corporation
should ke run as a business con-
sern untrammellied by any political
consideration.

Hon. G. D. L. Pile who second-
ed the motion said that the Execu-
tive Committee had on it four re-
presentatives of the ruling party
in the Other Place and as such
would exercise a political in-
fluence on the Corporation by vir-
tue of the powers extended in that
section and he . agreed that it
should be deleted and the Cor-
poration run as a business concern
free from any political bias.

ee The Weather

TO-DAY
Sun Rises: 6.00 a.m,
Sun Sets: 5.36 p.m,
Moon (Last Quarter)
December 2
Lighting: 6,00 p.m,
High Water: 8.13 a.m.; 7,18 |
p.m





YESTERDAY
Rainfall (Codrington):
.70 in
Total for Month to Yester- |
day: 15.06 ins. |
Temperature (Max.) 82.0° F
Temperature (Min.) 72.5° F
Wind Direction: (9 a.m.)
S.8.W.; (3 pm.) E.N.E
Wind Velocity: 5 miles per
hour
Barometer: (9 a.m.) 29.880;
(3 p.m.) 29.809



oA

Tr 3 a

W hat’s on To-day

Court of Grand Sessions
continue at 10 a.m,

Inquiry into fatal accident, |
resulting in death of
Moses Lewis in Black
Rock Road on Sunday,
continues at 2 p.m. before
Mr. H. A. Talma.

The Mobile Cinema gives a
show at Lowthers Planta-
tion yard, Christ Ciurch,
at 7,30 p.m.

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PAGE TWO BARBADOS ADVOCATE Ml DNESDAT, M'VrMBER M. 150 Cahib Calling PINK SALMON A VI All KINH M. Married On Saturda M ISR Rnr.NDHIi.DA daughter of Mr a n Kii.g of si Garrison wai married on 9at\irttity lu-rnoon u, Mr Robert WaUon. MM cf Mrs iris Watson of ', Worthing and the lat* Mr. John Watson. which took pSWM %  hOftb *•* 4 o'clock al St I'.ilrick'a Church WHJ perforate, i l>y fr. A Parkinson, the church i"'H.f decorated in author! im hlies for the occaMon. Mrs : i i-sided at the organ. The Bride who was given ti. M Mf fathrr WOM ii dress of embroideri'd unglj.* with a sweetheart neck Her ti.i was attached with a bustle effcI .it !hr back She wore fear mother's veil, of BruMeta tie*, which Wiis kept in place by -\ tiara, of r ranssj blossoms, and her l>ouquet wn a shower of pink %  ro*es and corallta. There were three Bridesmaids. Mils Rosemary Watson who WON orchid taffeta. Miss Brendu Roett who wore green and Miss P'. Raison who wore gold. Their dresses were all of the sanv style — Victoria period. Their headdresses were wreaths of flowers and they carried fans to match their dresses. Bestman was Mr. Allan Trotter imd the ushers were Mr Glyric More. Mr Austin Gibbs, Mr. HatOM Hurant nnd Mr. TerreneGill After th* ceremony n reception w;is hchi ,t St Ann's Court Area Engineer M R. •BOB" GREENE. Internatu.i Engineer fur the. Caribbean who has been in Grenada for the past %  nonih. arrived here yesterday bv II.W I.A UP expects to be here for four or live days. ran rartM* BsfaBSN %  Bel a <„• Jinj,, 1 p ," • *•** nW |">-J naill' an a 'in tuft. r ..,„„.,.. B.B.C. Kudio Programme the Plan* line Waal BfUJ • % %  I ehiidhno* Da>. i Worahiit. S 30 p m nl Bnxland 1.1*. M Orrhlr. nanon*. I 1.1 p m (•HI, I SB a "• BwlMnrh *ncf rr ) i*. p n, Sport* Rat iw. I 3D p n. Ha> !• a m Ti'. I linar, 1 pm fvn* k|..<.*a.ii -i-l U.vf Kaj-e. JNp" VIi MI From In* llmrl PTocramifia • at l-tarluda. II . p..--.-* ol al-hi %  a. rhlttfhtwd Hay* S IB a I" tftaeeai Skaor-ia ftrport. lP'" Com%  aa f •*# week IMpa "-> •* T. % %  %  p m airlka up In* m ""5; IS rp Ural ar-J Ll.retoca 10 IS f" "• a h0#l I *a*mf. Il FI""iha innM PTPYES!! \OI \ I U i II II CINEMA {Members OnlyJ in Ml \U \N HWRIDE" • iia Varaaaai Oral !•. M.Me*. Jaha n-bfca.a \ i .,..1 lnl,r..ll..l IM-laf(.in.n roi.i.FCTOR l/>NDON Br.tiih mountaineer Harold Tilman has just returned from tie Himalayas with 1.000 rare plan-and 17.1 specimens of rare birds for Ihe British museum. —(A.P). Rupert's Autumn Primrose—21 Our CHEF has a certain flair with food that makes every item on the Menu raiiilv special. Enjoy our palate—thrilling dishes mm LOVl.LY Frei.cl. Aim itir Oaby Andre, photographed during her imef B] hum .-it to London where oka dlacuftsod detail* of a new %  >!oer illrn she planto snake In Britain nit apnna — Express. M H I'HAHLES McENI %  ... apendinf a a.*,r'. holteaay in Barbado* as Mr. and Mrs Charles McKen/ic uf "Daiiley" M io Trinidad on Monday mor.ung by BW.I A Dominirnn Planter M': Leaves To-day M R. DENIS WORME. aenUtlve of M Sydney Kinch Ltd ts due to leave today (or St. Lucia and will als visit Grenada before returning t Bail adoa Hi %  xjiects to be back by Its! .-ml of the week, when ha M %  •i to play Enc Taylor Back To Work A FTER three and a half I ._ months' holiday in Barba/T^^ doa, Mr Henry Hadwlg will letum t4 Si Lucia today i by BWiA. Merw> who is a St. I.ucian Is \ learning architecture with Cubl-itu Constmctlon Co, who art I icbuilding the burnt out area of Castries. Eye trouble forced him to come \ over for a rest. He now hopes to | continue Ins -nuiipv He was staying with friends in Bay 1 BtTM) Takmg (are thjt kKk dot* r SM him. RusWn >uni oil in saw fun. H aiami to know the wiy quite well," he low track of him." Ai first it it easy <• %  "'• lht l>nil < ** ,n "* h '' ihouRh when he rethe ihe ireai Rupert hi to put on eseed to set '"t satadilv lock troll ..._ Mithcs. The Unle i burrow hn wjy through on the other ..d-, (o hi* M, he M fH ih %  udd ttone wall. There n no iign of the dog. but he notkei i o( the towait ttonei hn itaritd to crumble. leavi a tnull gap near ft.: around. Club tennis totin-aWater W" AT W h e *: <,n, n ms Sundiy afternoon b i of Dominica left i Donitnlca Mr. Charles has just returned from %  short vuril Io and arrived here on Saturdas from Ensland vm Iceland and Canada by air. waist nd has been Mr. Charles also Managing past four or five days The water Director and Prestdenl of ihe Co* times is over six Inches deep. Operative Bank in Dominica and Water Is playing havoc with car a one tfa f tbg Dombrakes and to make matters inlca Legislature. WOrSS lbs NbtusigSlJ portloa ol the road has now develoiS-d a During Ins shorl Mai Lo liarhole whkh car wheels almost inb.-ido* he ... .. i,.-i of Mi and 'agiaMai f.iii Into Wouldn'l %  Mrs. Carjot Clarkfl of Palm *niall pump drain off the water llcach" H. %  ,!,... Mi Phipag ,n J couple of hours? son who nt one time was stationm ed at ihe Qeneral Ht^pitai here n-aafafed now MO.II in Arima. VfISti MAHV BOURNE returnTrinidnd. is nmrrlcd lo Mr. nnd IVl v d over the week-end from M Cl wTrdfred hirtofil 5 3j-CXt*! ... ''as been on ihree weeks' holiday KULII ii Vigil While HI Trinidad. I understand her engagement lo Mr. Rupert On Short Visit TELFER. Manage R.K.O. Picturei. aiv President of the West Indies Filn I Trade arrived here Sunday aflemoon bv BWIA heavy rains, the dip in Ihe 00 a short visit. He is a guest at road at lbs "JT Bend near Top the Hayings Hotel Mr Tefa r ha, i completely flooded with just completed a tour of British tor ".e Hnd Dutch Guiana M R K AND MRS T yestprc.i fj \v I \ ktr. K ,,.,| routine visit to his Branch Office .n Port-of Spain, The} w.n i^%  turning in u few days. announced. rrn r— %  r r — — -irr-rf" "Tll— %  H-H-Request Performance Mrs A. L STUART presents her School of Dancing REVUUDEVILLE 1950 Munc by th* Police Band directed b C. I aison A H CM MBl "But Ihe clowning of Jo* Tudor. Jr melhlng of • furh not onlv Ihe Re whole of Barbados ran be proud. There ha* certainly net been anylhlns te rival It on Ihe Empire *sse In Ihe past two >eam GEO HUNTE. in the Barbados Advocate Come and tee if lot youiiflf 1st December 1950 AT THE EMPIRE THEATRE "1 THE GREEN |: DRAGON FOR BETTER MEALS j J and ;I ^ BETTER SERVICE | § For Reservation Dial %  %  > I PLAZA Thvitirv-BRIDGETOWN %  : %  ..i M.I rmi I'll/A Theatre — OiSTiN to n\ a rOMONMOW a *t a a>. ,w.r.*r. assMSl "THE BIG PUN* H" I It Mil K SIH AKRON' & " **• M.iil. M "%  I I l I BtlKIII It (.MAN I ROKSED TRAILS" "TIMBER STAMPEDE" A "TRAIL TO MEXICO" (aAll-TV (The Garden) ST. JAMES Smi Ahn In i | Map • "WOLF IIINTERS" ma rostosaow P m MAN IN HALF-MOON STREET and "SORROWFI'l. JONES" & IN OLD NEW MEXICO" DECBMBBB I III l.l Oltl IIKCK.MIIF.K 4TII oi it fan A\.\IVI-;HS.\IIV Our Isl M.IIIAI. I i.ASII <.OIIIIO\ (I.arrv Buster CRABBK) Aftrr Ihree Weeks A FTER three WSIS J 1 holidav in Barbados. Mr Cecil Milne returned to Trinidad on Monday morning by B.W.I A. staying nt Accra. Rockley i full of facia. | A maw l. bus or oard i laoag.) || ne ansaJi neifer to a aasgt, (Si _. enurcn doorkeeper la to Raj. n. TbV .'.. 12. A tiros co 1_ Bang abont. (•) la. Aa a due l&U :• inaccurata. (SI ii wnere aome oracuae encaft(41 a w oat mad* tn* areei Sas l < %  ) It arrlTad at UM artast far a 3*. ojaita abarp saaRJ tao. II BY THE WAY — B K BeachcofnJ.r A MUSIC critic. ,Hung of the wd played fourteen mournful U sB^-a^toWsJ „„Z._" rW ownangs of a piano notaa on a weird instrument. Ths it2££2 m .V? "" "• nournfi eoneerto. asks: "Was the cornaudience howled "with laughter, poser pulling our legs or were we until Informed by the soloist that p ? "!L nU '" acc *T'''>g >e work Brahms had composed this ptece a '^' 1 •' t *' the age of three Everybody. 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PAGE FIGHT BARBADOS ADVOCATE WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 2. 150 IIH. HIT The EnjU.il crick*! un no. unrliif AuiWlU hu not boon loo nuccmrfril in the pr.iumn.ry "* %  • before the Oft Te-t In Ike MCC M.tell %  junrt New South >..< Sydney. K.lth Miller ol New Sonth Walee uke A Melpe at .1 ball from Bed.er hot ml*-e. end wlehot keener A J. Htclntyro taken the bU. Ezprei* ___^_>^_^ — D-wes Score* 117 Out Of 2) I BHISl.ANE. Nov. 28 John Dewes, Cambi nine t-*nivoi Mty and Middlesex left-hander, scored u nghttriK century for the M.C.C. In the match again*'. Queensland whirh ended In a dra-v In re today. Replying to Queensland's 301 the MCC made 291 and when MM match ended Queensland ha 1 made live fur one wicket DeweV innings of 117. his high eat of the tour so far. almost certainly assured him of o place in the England team to meet Au* iralla In the first Test startinK the same ground on Friday. Hts century took four hours. 33 minutes and he hit 11 fours Dtwes and Cyril Wnshbrook (SI) pul on 10* for the fourth wicket Lea Johnson took six MCC wickets for 66 runs. eJUaWaVS1.Al.n 1ST INNINOB M*l First Innings Mutton I' lolt'i'O" VY*at.l.-l. b Jnltnaon HMtii—.i. t RHiwt loiwimvi I'. iM'to' • Airhr b Mr Ctool Drwr. %  J"h.n to Hym*r ClMS b John-on Brawn r A/tUft Jrirvw>n Kvanl> B*yn..*r n.-darr b Johnson W..r 1 M<-C•>•>• a W b *•* b-u ToUl a From Page I away. It might be coming from under the sea. It was a gamble ay that the supply would last another ten years or any length of time for that matter. to Hon. Acting Colonial Council Send Back Gas Bill modifications and adaptttttOOl shall have cITcct in respect of such .ii lutraUon. t7j The amount of compensation determined by agreement or arbitration arid any expenses ncurred by the Corporation in the Island, and in particular directo — (a) the exp.. natural ga> undertakings' (b) the establishment and working of new natural gas undertakings. I I reiulering of services and the supply of natural gas to any guv.romeru department, school or public body; BM creation and sppliea| a general reserve I that tn* M may be of a specific Corporation shall give rffec: to weh directions. Voting in favour of the deletion of the section were tlie Mom Challenor. Masci..h. <%  •on, Mrs. Hanschell. Evelyn. Dr Pile Afosnal 'he motio'i bgttUOD were %  > How |. ,,, ii; hop, t uke and the .-. lonlal Secretary Hen O B Eveljn who made the motion fur the deletion gave as his reason the fact that it was II,. f. .-hug that the Corporation should t* run as a *" %  %  *: -etn untrammelle I by jnv pohMeal consideration. If,,,. in the Other Place and as such would exercise a political n fluence on the CorporaUon by virtue of the powers extended In that section and he " J^Vnr should be d-leted ****<£L poration run ** business conce. free from any poll"' Water Extension f I mm Page S ly populated and the pipes were far away from the 4 the people's homes. Mr Miller (1,1 said that he uould have liked to associate himself with some of the sentiment* expressed by Mr Garner. He felt that water should be in every house. He was of the opinion that a special department be created and called the 'distribution department". The complete Waterworks Department wanted oreri %  a 1 J r. u The new distribution department should be organised by the Government and a few plumbers employed Mr Miller said that it was his hope that the Government would %  %  the cost of installation sol that II. any more people would be able to have water turned into their homes. He said that Port-of-Spain. hich is smaller than Barbados, had more water mains than the hole of Barbados. "In every litUf village, every little house has us water supply", he said. Ho was hoping that the Government would pay some attention to his idei only one house in St Andrew had electricity rront of the Governor1 *"' in-Exerutlve Committee, but the ** CorporaUon shall repay to the Government such compensatiun ano exp. 0 With regard to sub-section B ; Hon. G. B. Evelyn thought that some consideration should be given to the time which would be U nd moved thai (he following words be In-1 serted nfter the end of the subsection "and the amounts llxed by gjntmtnt or arbitration shall carry interest at the rate of 4^t per annum from the appointed Sayl'his was carried without divls inent or a public utility run by t After some minor amendment' Government fcr the Is-nelit of u,e bill was given its second am the people subject to subsidisathird reading and passed with approved by lln legts1'inpm.i" %  BCOol Aiaaei **5uTCIN!M.AND Citapmm. !" i "> C.U-t 4t • MO Ml It M |1 f M i o M, SCOHKI InnlrtSToUl • lor 1; *>Wkl> Fall • • IHIWUNU ANAI.VSO* O M H J a o I • —• %  !• WSIT N.S. Wales Beat S. Australiu ADELJMDE. NOV. 26 New South Wales. Sheflh-lo Shield holders, defeated Soutu Australia by 45 runs on the Oral Hilling.-, in their four-day male: which ended here today. South Australia scored 439 u iheir tirst innings. Graeme Hole making 5. and 1-ance Duldig 9* jn d followed with 127 for B*1 wickets in their second innmg> Hole M-ortng 54 New South Wales had a first innings total of 4B4, It James scoring 111. and UeCourcey 62 Keith Miller, most proliliscorer this seas llrst ball for 0. la tuns. The section was deleted Continuing this lint t %  rfiunoW the Hon. GB Evelyn moveit the deletion of section IT of the bill that read: — 17. The rates and sCalM of %  harge.s for natural gas shall be %  Mibuiitted bv 'he Corporation Dpr the approval of the Governor-ln Executive Committee The mollon for the deletion wan carried on the same division :md Mr Evelyn successfully joved the insertion of the following section In its pll l i 'When fixing the rates and seales of charges for natural gas the Corporation shall take Into ccount the cost to the Government or the Corporation of money paid by the way of compensotlori purchase or otherwise, for existing or other well or well the machinery, pipeline, other necessary appliances and the Moral 'expenses for earrvina on •he undertaking and shall submit .urh rates for the npprrval or the Governor in Executive Committee The othei main arnargfmenl by Mr Kr.'l|,.i wa* m eonrrtOUOB with section U" which rM 18 111 Subje-t li the provisions of this Act. the privately owned natural gas plant, specified in the BchMUle to this Act, The Weather TO-1IAV Sun RtMH ti.OJ am. Hun KeU: a.36 p.m. Moon (L-*t Quarter) December 2 l.lchtitu: tin p.m. Hi.* Water: R.I3 a.m.: 7.1* VESTEHIA% r lt.ui.1 .11 (Codrlngton); .70 In Total for Month U* Vcterd.. i: •' i" 1 Tem^crsture V in l-. • *l_ dlacovery whkh la a l"m mrflrtr.' la pltaaanl, taay-lo-Uh* UN form. -In-. .., with %  land oprallor.' aad b^glnla build n.w ngi.ur and pn*ry in II houy.l Ii l> at-avluttly aarmlr.a and naluiai "TB" auercaa of IhiAmailas dlar-v.i >llr.l VLTaba ha I"*" %  > n m Aura thai It la now balng dlairlMitl bv on Ii 1ISII tPff In Ml— I rnual.mak. rW ">l '^1 • Igour and anerfy and from ... Crawford (C> said that there was no single member of the House whom he felt did not pi *t* know the fTMrt lack of adequate %  water supply in Barbados. y__ Over four years ago. the House M <-"-S'''^ii^^i^H^^i .' v^TaX. h %  put half million dollars at the I a£*-^-wtib %  ^•-ttai "d ?Kdisposal of the Government to YwTABS procure equipment. He realised that the main difficulty was to get the equipment Ha A.mtod to throw out the suggestion that if the British Gov| I'l.ii-ieiit could not supply the. equipment, it was available from | the United States. He said that it was therefore left to the local Gov* niment to I make oul a case with the British Government and ask for a licence to get the equipment from outside the sterling area. Mr V. A Foster (L) said that some time ago. he asked the QUM' tion about water for the Church i Village district in Hillabv, St. Andrew. He hoped that the Govern| ment would soon go to then aid He was not ashamed to say that Fashion Highligh t (DMA* £ Hearth urn.' bowled —neuter. Cambridge Crew Far Florida LONDON A strong Cambridge University lt ew is going to HP-BTS! riorida, to row against Yale New Year's. Da> It Will not be the crew which won the Oxford-Cambridge duel this year, but the complete Uady Margaret eight thru • %  o'"**}" 1 against Yale at the Henlc: IK* order to Please their host the erew will row with light blu. Made*. nder the •Goldie.' usually given to thi Ciimbridge second eight. R H Svmonds. coach ol t>otli Ladv Margaret and Cambridge Unlvtrrsity, will lie in charge the English crew.—(I.N.l.) sj-'dflcd therein pr (..iiinieneement of this Act. shall on a day to be appointed hy the Governor-ln-Excutive Committee by notice in the Official Gazette (hereinafter referred to as the appointed day) be transferred to the Corporation (2) Upon the appointed day. '.he natural gas plant sneclflod In the Schedule to this Art. shnll by virtue of this Act. of transferred to and vest In the Corporation without further assurance (31 Until the appointed day such person shall Weep and maintain suib natural gas plant in as an efficient condition as theretofore (4) When the property in anv natural gas plant Is vested In Corpor aU on in accordance with the provisions of this section, the corporation shall pay thereto] compensation ns hereinafter provided. (5) Compensation payahle under this section shall. In default of determination by agreement, be determined by arbitration (6) The provisions of sections fifteen to twenty, both amendments by the Council. landslides were common in that part of the country and a landslid might well close the Assure am thai source of supply would end. The Government had told the lirih.-h Union Od Company that they were unable to guarantee any protection in case someone %  In bured and tupped their pU supply, but In the same hrcult they had said that the) them selves were going to take over a liability against which they were unable to guarantee somebody else. That was a bad form of statesmanship. The British Union Oil Company had a limited number of experts here who could deal with any accidents to the gas well. If anything happened, because of liaison with Tiiiudiid leaseholdLtd.. they would be able to get m help and the necessary apparatus Government had no apparatus lor did they have any expert 01 pparatus to deal with any acci dent to the gas well After what had happened with Trinidad LeaM-hoUls ill their negotiation. nmont over Mother matter he did not imagine that Director, of Trinidad Leoseholdn would be too anxious to loon ilnn apparatus to this GovaTnrnenl when thej were in dilemma of this sort -i I'.DII. t Gamble Hon. Dr. Mossiah also pointa* out that as was the case In othei the cost of gas wi based upon that of fue] oil At present this was fairly high. If fuel oil became more substantia in Barbados through the activities of another country, then the prle would drop and so would the pric< of natural gas. The Governmcir would then be in a very illfflcul' financial condition. They had discovered in thei' investigations that it was going t< coat the taxpayers of this islanr one million to one million and i quarter dollars for a gamble. He thought that even til this late hoiGovernment ought to to reach an agreement with th' B.U.O.C The llon'ble the Lord BUhoi explained thai he had been ur able to attend more than a singU meeting of the Select Conunltttrl and had asked to be allowed i consider its report as an ordinary member of the Council. The Council deleted seclion It of the Bill that read: — 15 The Governor-ln Bx* Committee may give to the Cor poration such directions of a ger oral character as appea what's on To-day Court of (.rand Sessions continue at 10 a.m Inquiry into fatal accident, resulting hi death ol Moat* Lewis In Black Rock Road on Muiiday. continue* at I p.m. before Mr. H. A Talma The Mobile Cinema lives %  show at lwlliers 1'lanUtlon yard. Christ ( mm Ii. at 7,34 p.m The roller Band, under the direction uf tap:, t i Kalsiiii gives a concert at DUtrlrt "I* Police Hta Uon at 7.45 p.m. Mr. Robert Turner, newly appointed Colonial Secretary of Barbados, arrives today by S.S "Bonaire" ASSIZE DIAKV WEDNESDAY. Nov. ?!> No. S— I v Wendell Kini Nes. 13—R v Leon Taylor PfQ v IS—R v (IMi... Held TIII'RSDAY. Nov l\. No. 3S~R v Richard Green At the first tlgn of acidity, tuck two Kennies. M after (be other. 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Wedmuesday
Nevember 29

1950



Harbadus

Couneil Send Gas KOREAN PRESEDENT a Le |
Bill Back To House

With Amendments

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NATURAL GAS in Barbados will be nationalised|
if the House of Assembly agre2 to the amend-
ments which the Legislative Council made to the
enabling Bill which they passed yesterday, and
which will be sent back to tue House of Assem

bly for them to approve or disagree with the}
_ amendments.

Ask $3,000,000
Wage Increase
IN BG.









The Legislative Council refer-
red the bill to a Select Committee
under the chairmanship of the
Hon. Dr. H. G. Massiah and yes-
terday adopted the report of that
committee,

In addition to

recommending



‘U.S. Charge

Wm

Price:
FIVE CENTS

Year 55

U.N. Troops Yield

Ground In N. Korea
200.000 SHATTER MAC’S
END OF THE WAR HOPES

TOKYO, Nov. 2u.
(,ENERAL MACARTHUR admitted today that
his hopes of bringing the Korean War to a



Red China

With Aggression

WASHINGTON, Nov. 28





Fiche htt | Glates today pub- quick end had been shattered by the intervention
vith on in Korea. Assis: of over 200,000 Chinese Communist troops who
int Sevrerary of State John D. | were now arrayed against United Nations troops.
‘elegation at the United Nation Heavy reinforcements of Chinese Communist sol

1 this deec’sion by telephone

diers were also concentrated in Manchuria “within













Hiekerson telenhoned Ambassa
certain amendments which were | %>» Warren Austin shortly befo the privileged sanctuary north of the international
accepted, the Committee pointed) day’ United Nations Security
GEORGETOWN, B.G. Nov. 28 Ee thet although agreeing that! pdoy's) Unived Nawens pecuety, — poundary’’ and were constantly moving forward,
British Guiana sugar producers|the Bill should be passed they | This is a step which the Ameri- he added.
are being called upon to meet| were of the opinion that before it » Government has heretofore ‘“ oo”
wage increases to sugar workers|is brought into operation every | refrained from taking on the Consequently we face an entirely new war, Gen.
of $3,000,000 as from January |} ¢ffort should be made by the Gov- vound that to charge any nation MacArthur said ina personal communique,
next. Within 24 hours after the ernment to explore the possibility | with aggression might set ‘n action
Association had decided to in-]of a settlement with the British , an extreme y serious chain of} His troops meanwhile were
crease wages by five per cent | Union Oil Company by means of; l-vents—since once an aggressor is} | yielding ground in Northwest
with effect from the current pay | @ lease 4 | » labelled there is strong pressure! | Korea only under the most
week the cost of living bonus paid The Council also passed an} te act against him ~(Ronter,) | extreme pressure. They fought
to sugar estate workers resulting address to His Excellency the |

in a rise in industry on the wage
bill by about half a million dollars
per annum, a Conference of 70
representatives of estate joint
committees and branch officials of
the Manpower of the Citizens’ As-
sociation empowered the executive
to approach the Sugar Producers’
Association with a three million
dollar request.

At the same time the conference |
approved a resolution that Gov-
ernment be approached to take
effective steps to reduce the cost

Governor stating this opinion and
added that the Council
Government might find it
barrassing to raise a loan to pay

compensation in cash in view of
the many other proposals of
capital expenditure which may

require the Government
the loan market.

The Hon, Dr, Massiah told
Council that the Select Committee
| appointed to consider and report
on the bill had had six major
meetings and one smaller one and

to enter

most of them had lasted for three

felt that
em-

the



| desperately to stem tidal waves ot
| Chinese and Korean Communist
| onslaughts which surged fiercely
around the battered right flank
| where the Communists poured
| through the Tekchon gap

MALIK
OBJECTS





Chinese and North Korean
LAKE SUCCESS, Nov .28 troops hurled themselves to
Tacob Malik. Soviet de'egate, day against Kujangdong in the
gain objec.ed at the Security | rorthwest in an attempt to
Counejl “meeting today o the ' throw pack General Mac
aon ting of the For Se an a Arthur’s east flank
Korean quest ons on the agenda ne rey
Malik said at the opening of once the centre



|
Kujandong
|







the Couricil meeting thet ‘hig att! of the line became the flank
5 ’ ar \ n the { , ! {| hours or longer and they had con- de remained the same as yester- when the South Korean §
of living by pegging prices cf} sidereq the matter very exhaus- day. The joining of the two issues oe3\ | Corps was dispersed from
essential foodstuffs, tively he said, had been carried out | Tokchon two days ago,
The Association appreciated that | : : ertificially and deliberately.” |, South Sage fighting * =
the cost of living had risen be-; , “ 7, He did not howeve: prolong his left of the 25th Division facer
yond the figure for which the cost Rail Roading

of living bonus was increased by, ey
6§ per cent at the beginning of | perts ‘they could on the matter|
this year, but while stressing that | and they had come to unanimous
the price received for their pro- | ¢onclusions with the exception of

had consulted all the ex-

ducts in 1950 far from. justifies |certain points with which the

any increase in wages without an | }jon. Colonial Secretary did not

increase in the local price of sugar, | agree }

took into account an increase in| The commitiee had considered ; :

the molasses price to Be peid next |the pill section by section and LIFE Photographer Howard Sechurek caught Kor ea’s scar’ i Prosident Byngman Rhee exulting over
year and agreed to an increase in |the first point that struck the the liberation of most of his country, and showing grcat coniidence in tho final victory of the U.N.



the present cost of living bonus of |committee was that the bill was forces despite temporary set-backs.



40 per cent paid to all sugar | another example of another bill From L IFE International for Nov € omber 2¢ Copyright TIME Inc. 1950
estate workers in the field and the | being railroaded through the} ~ en ee :
factory by five per cent on a

Other Place without its having




























Government was gambling in the
matter. The experts had told
them that they could not guaran-
tee the location or the capacity of
the reservoir of the gas. No one
knew where it was coming from.
It was submitted that it might

eoming from a fall or fissure

price may or may not justify.
—Can. Press.

definite understanding that this l been sent to a committee or dis- Egypt Will |
increase must be regarded as being ;cussed extensively as it should | Ou ] i a S
on account of any further wage);have been. _ h 1 36 | ote
negotiations which the 1951 export The Committee felt that the Aboli 1S e |
|



U.K. Treaty

Says Foreign Minister
CAIRO,

Open In Curacao

CURACAO, D.W.L., Nov. 28th.
The Fourth Session of the West Indian Conference opened

Communists Out
In Uruguay Polls

uy

Nov. 28























which might be many miles] Egyptian Foreign Minisie: | vn Monday with delegates expressing the hope for fruitful
On Page 8 Mohamed Salah El Din bey said results from the 14-day meeting of representatives from
MONTEVIDEO, Uruguay, ¢ oe Pek OR
7 . Nov. 28. in an *nterview Rig : , -* an’|_ British, United States, French and Dutch territories.

s f th D t IN Gos culiehitest doubt t t the 16 1933 7 te etek Neth-
upporters 0} he pro-Vemocra ‘ one . 3 in . Fis criands Minister to Mexico, pre-
Presidential candidate, Andres GUERILLAS treaty would be abolished eith Woman Charged ided at the meeting of some 178
Martinez Trueba, claimed victory CONTROL IN NEPAL eer Britain’ or by | es ; |celegates who w-ll discuss mainly
in Uruguay’s elections, which action in EBYD). 6S ni ; Aas y |agricultural development in the
were marked by a smashing de- PATNA BIHAR, Nov. 28. _ Mohamed Salah Paes ey a Is | W ith 15 Murders ic ribbéan. At. the third. Confer-
feat for Communists on Monday. Nepali Congress guerillas oper- | (Ue Ny ei og ee : Pl ae : _ cnee held in Guadeloupe in 1948,
President Luis Battle Berre’s| ating in southwestern Nepal are ate ri Makati published by | ; he i ah * | industrial deve’opment of the area

newspaper Accion said that the| now in control of the major part] nee re ia Foreign Mir ae i vntiar henal reviewed.
returns were incomplete and un-| of a town in the Butwal district oe eiea. “This leat is en esday he had ey ar hy arty The Conference including dele-
official but showed clearly the|90 miles from the capital Khat- longer v ecumeure ix 3 2 os? ch int: ‘ Le mn it ! ry ice ( ected
é wae ; 5 ssary. ld coi ation cé Bad > La Try Ellis i“
election of Martinez Trueba. mandu pecenrcing to Congress “Anglo-Egyptian relations have! According t@ charges ag Jetherl: inds a Vice President

ee Oe eet a a eer O They calld Nepali G nment become most difficult” he declar- of e camp’: former | By itish Fre ich ard United Stat

office on January 1 for a four- They saic en - egeenen ed. , Commander ‘pinging Kormaufil Hae Si ee eee
year term, succeeding Batlle for oon at the town ew , ae “Egypt is heading for danger- were tear s of Jewish srisoners} , . : ‘ £6 erie ae es neat
Berres who under the law is un-} into the district Governor's forti-| (4. difficulties if London is not | * oa ae: ae + pris i ‘Jreport of the Secretary-Genera
able to succeed himself. — Can.| fied cae 4 which was now under} convinced that our legal rights |“uIred to one as vi y at on called for more cont oe ae
Press. siege.—Reuter, s > granted.” —Reurer, | y waggons a inning spe in various fields including labour
r r should begrentes | Frau ‘ och is charged with in-|and training in agriculture and
citing 45 murder and 135 at-/ reduction of customs and tariifs

camp in-
Austrians |
scores




Chai

HIGH WINDS,

RAIN ADD | Alsatian Dog ()o'o8 SS:

vith re sponsibility for

man D. R. Riemens of the

Netherlands said



that the Con-
W ! h C f other cruelties \ference wi'l do its utmost as long
NE HORROR TO ETNA as e€ ure sf already ha erved four |i is no political or internal govern-



now com-; mental problems are involved
United | Che conference selected a Draft-

a life sentence,
given her by a



BUENOS AIRES, Nov. 28. rooted.

CATANIA, Nov. 28.





















Until the police arrested her}States War Crimes Court for acts nee rate. oeBatein). R
Howling winds and lashing rain last night added another yesterday Catala Savietori, 49-| Allied nationals ee a. a ena
horror to the roar of Etna voleano which hurled plumes of Te ictek "orartine ed Sunt | Press (United States) and J, Van Boven

fire into the sky. re as peerage g 3) (Netherlands)
ally among women hose skin | ‘ Daccrat Committe id
Lava ash covering the countryside for miles around turned | infections she claimed t be able | 15 Killed In Clash E ine cs noted cons ite et ov
to a soggy carpet of grey black slush. Men, women and chil-|to cure through the magical pro- crate teinited states) Ww
dren fell on their knees on the mountain slopes and prayed pee o. ee . x “ aah HARISMITH, Orar se Fr * Seba iitat hattandey.<: wad.”
fervently to Saint Andrew that the voleano’s fire would be} jn) ‘found. a large number of, 4 hirteen Africans. wé re report- | Rinaldo (France )- The 14 terrt
‘ rf / ‘Ss rep ented are 1 B sh
extinguished by rain. But while they prayed a new gush | patients, many carrying packets of je killed when | e and Afri- neni Wigrt rrinided a Pabaed
burst into life about midnight on the crater lip above For- |sweat-meats for Tito, waiting to|can ~eleahe: 00 ie Witziessoek |{0 Otica, Barbados, | Windward
d whi hot la d t be cured. Savietori.claimed tlrat, )Atrican Reserve yesterday fahaiie sritish Honduras :
nazzo and white hot lava spewed out. . their infections would disappear} Two European policemen were Briti h Guiana: United States
From at least 37 fissures on the | after Tito licked them. | killed and 15 injured in the clash, | °''"* see af Musrto Rite and th
2 5 crater, fountains some 1,400 yards On hearing of her arrest her, The trouble broke out when a ov - to te Pounds depart
Mayor Chastises wide, have divided into two main}og-\ear-old god-son Jose Angel roup of Africans armed with V irgin se 5; 16, F a ore e
streams of lava, one wren Pienero, who lived with her, s, battleaxes and __ stones aaa oft menage, ae tae
at ; Milo and the other on For- a owl ha djFrench Guiana; the } srlands
Councillor nazzo at roughly 40 yards an hour ee ats etna Dae [au aie See ieee to ‘enve territories of Surinam and Dutch

- ec é ° .

Authorities have made all pve-







































; : , r Africe West Indies,
> spital shortly |summonses on four Africans ‘ :
(From Our Own Correspondent) ‘ A He died in hospi 5 J —C.P
parations to evacuate some 2,009]. be aha . —Reuter.
PORT-OF-SPAIN, Nov. 24, | Villagers. whose homes are} @fterwards. Reuter.
, At a meeting of the City Council | threatened with destruction.
in _Port-of-Spain, Councillor| " jt js impossible to say how long
Quintin O’Connor was chastised |the lava might take to reach the
by the new Mayor, Councillor | villages. Its speed and direction a oure he on em ne O
Raymond Hamel-Smith. are unpredictable. The contours
It all came about when Mr.|of the mountain may divert the
> ‘ e expe mut no twe yeople
O’Connor opened a verbal attack | danger. THE third and last man to be none, and Me. Det ar addressed the “page 2 byt ae . we. pore |
on Councillor Joseph Herrera] But it seemed likely this morn-] sentenced to hang at this sitting Jury . ae ee ee 3 ee moment
who had told him: “You must]ing that about a dozen outlying}of the Court of Grand ns erda * " Wher ‘- Sad \
: } a ah : Pr ere . > vere Mr. Dear submission
have some decency about you.” | houses of Fornazzo would be obli |was Charles Forde wt a jury Two-Fold Defence jkhar rddtatiod of tteel ottence
The Council was at the time) terated by nightfall. —Reuter. styl anes nae 4 of his Mr. Dear put up two-fold from murder t manslaughter
seeking to fill the two vacancies oY tke ee oi. cea ‘The prisoner defence. He said that discrepan- was concerned. Mr. Reece cited
on the Port-of-Spain Corporation . b wife, z Fe prisone) eee at a a sane \rohbefd on the law relative to
Slectrictty ole the. defeat of two Councillors at > > ah ae ach 7 tn ad ene naceed durv could not be satisfied that of adultery and killing her e fr
, * say before se 2 ‘ . a. nae tior atisfied paramour on the spur of the
ne age gv gaked O'Connor Journalist Dies he did not reply eel pom ee ene a tl, + Roel
for his vote. the latter jumped (Pram Our Own Correspondent) The murder climaxes a married as to the guilt of the accused ies sane ndmaeiae ee ee mn
to his feet declaring: “After all art denen et ae life of eee witt ae Joe His second ean of defen _ vans they were considering
you must give me a chance to|. * ais “i: |Clarke, with whom it was admit- thet even i rey were satisfie Gann Wovel
r CLY len ¢ 2z was friendly > tha as t accused who hac ~ as
sign.” wan a a — fais * ted that Inez was frien ly. The cat . ; ” _ " use i ne pes He submitted that the Prosecu-
Mr. Herrera: “You must have = waceek re + if B rt ie Prosecution _usged g’ ep oh acne eer es eal’ Mn haa proved their case to the
x a feo arbaacos, vg sv whic cal ! Forde, ve that the accused been Uo. le proved v¢ ca ,
ane decency about you, 2 a Mr. Thorne ante “Trinidad at co. aT St kay w, to knife ms provoked over a long period hilt and that the defence of man-
aateus heard sone Ne the end of the nineteenth century his wife to death near Canefield of time by his wife ociation ee ce not stand
ridiculous st the y tation, St. Thoma on Ju with Joe Clarke the hen he The Chief Justice surnming up
Mr. O'Connor: “You . know and in am: ee: rf ss 1 ro ion = : oe Oe ee neg eee tas oe eee bont es Hepiesae BE
nothing about the working of Port-of Spain , aan i a a ne Hark) Wak. Seite PE was eAtitled to have the expressed ar opinion on the
this Council. It is only when your | reporter, cu ve of: erp ny by His Honour the Chief J offence reduced f murder to facts of the case they would
capitalist friends come here you| '@wspaper shorthand’ Wiel lan Collymore for the laughter emet that thes either
show your face 3ut you are icte Mr Mr Reece rep r f the lopt tt pit if they
impertinent... .” i PLANE RETURNS Rex rc. s t e ( i i tt the ree th the r discard them
Mr. Herrera: “You never re~{ B.W.1.A’s fl 1 | Mr. D f the lid 1 He warned
Ss ec > ir’ nere I f her etting their consid-
please ome your I will ' k : A co . : ) ympatl ‘ er a
continue ny this . oom leave Seawel al
rs ¢t i eave “awe i
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hiect on and the agenda was heavy Communist pre-dawn
adepted, with the items on it ufack, Other South Koreans were
Renter witi.drawing from Yongsandong

Said turers

294th division which had

e 15 miles west of Yongbon
Nehru Goin On vhe extreme left of the
Zs ‘vont the :

e been fanni out west and north
, ; of Pakchon hed *o withdraw closer
Keep Down W.L | Zo Karraccht pi %iror ret eeinares close
. WT x ; 9 series of niaht attacks dented the
JAMAICAN SAYS Prime SR De eS ie middle of the division’s line.
WELLING TON - Indian Parliament to-day he had |,, To the east where South
VELLINGTON, N.Z., Nov. 28 ‘ae invited by the Pakistan Koreans had withdrawn over 20
The Jamaican delegate — Prima Minister Liaquat Ali Khan | Miles in two days, Chinese Com-~
the Commonwealth Parliamentary | ;, Sieit: Karachi Saws munists swept on to the southeast
Asscciation Conference chargec te gaid he would avail himself of Tokchon
today that none of the millions] of the invitation “as soon as cir- Ye °
taken in profits from the West|cumstances permit.” Grave Situation
indies sugar industry by manu- Meanwhile at Karachi, Liaquat
facturing countries was returnec}| Ali Khan reiterated his countrys The situation today 96 hours
to improve the living stan-| desire for peace particularly with | after MacArthur had launched
lards for the West Indian, Mr|india but warned that Pakistan| what was to be his “Home for
D. B. Sangster told the Confer-] would ‘“‘not yield one inch” of

Christmas” offensive
to be grave.

was admitted

nee: “These countries are selling} her territory

commodities to Jamaica at their

te anyone,

‘ American units were fighting
wn price and taking raw ma The Premier was taying before grimly and taking heavy toll of
terials at a price which keep: {Parliament the 11 month corres- (the Communists but were still
down living standards Can | pendence between himself and) joing pressed back
Press Indian Prime Minister Pandit J. :
r Nehru on reaching a joint “no As the situation continued te
war” agreement deteriorate General Mac Arthur
The text of 21 letters exchang- |summoned his two chief com-
Showers Hold Up Work ed between the two Premiers :

manders to an urgent conference







On Waterfront since last January was made] jn Tokyo “With the intervention
7 dale : public to-day of over 200,000 Chinese Communist
FREQUENT showers of ra | —Reuter, troops organised on the Man-
prevented smooth working in the} filled tas hii ink Sede churian side of the border, the
shipping again yesterday | United Nations faced an entirely
Deck hands of the ships in YELL THE ADVOCATE — || new war,” he declared
Car isle Bay and of some of the THE NEWS | ‘ , ‘
vess2ls in the Careenage had to et ‘i ~ solution must 1 foun
keep the hatche covers close at | iting 3113 Day or Night. | within the Councils of the United
and so as to prevent the c argo | oe THE ADVOCATE Nati oe as ro oe now ite
eing wet by the rain. 7 a were beyond the authority of its
The schooners Paes w.| BALE ROR Mee: | raititary commander.”
Smith” and “Mary : Tete \ —(Reuter,)
vhich brought 3,500 a of rice iieietiteeth a
here over the week-end, were 44
considerably handicapped by the -
showers.

Nevertheless, during every} YY 2 al), thy ot
break in the rainfall, the ships AM LA SOW) Y Mhe bed wile
were at work and lighters covered

with tarpaulins, were emptying
themselves of their cargoes

Reject Proposal

By SYDNEY GAMPBELL
LONDON, Nov. 28.
Wool producing nations have
turned down a proposal that the
United States be allowed to select
the wool she wants before world
upplies come up for sale at pub-
lic auction, the Board of Trade
innounced to-day
A communique on tt recent
wool conference held in Melbourne
Australia said it had been decided
that this ‘pre-emption’ system
would not be practicable
The United States wants
100,000,000 pounds (weight) of
clean wool up to next




June for
her defence and stockpiling needs
—Keuter.

The distinguishing

characteristic of doing



that which is just
right is a natural instinct
in all men and women

of inherent good taste.






ed the meaning of the phrase | Just as it is natural
“malice aforethought either
express or implied.” Malice | for them to select
mea a wicked intention to kill
or to do some grievous bodily Benson & Hedges
1 rich ha jeath | ”
arm. from wil Peers | cigarettes on all those
resulted |
Express malice was where the} occasions— ;
wicked intention wa xpressed |
py threats or quarrels or abuse, | when only the best will do.
etc and implied malice meant}|
that the wicked intention could|
be implied by the nature of the!



attack, the weapon used and so

forth.



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fhe Chief Ju tic e went briefly itd, ne: Lea
through the evidence, and gave} hilo Oe ea : «
the jury the law as regards the] In tins of 50 a7 snlaenicn
degree of provocatior which 81.06 TOBACCOMISTS TO
would entitle eduction of an eee, Oe
offence fron irder to man-}





aughter, and the law as regards \ SUPER VIRGINIA CIGARETTES
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Carib Calling

- Married On Saturday
ISS BRENDHILDA KING.

NOVEMBER 29, 1950

BARBADOS ADVOCATE

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WEDNESDAY,





@ nm MATINEE TO-DAY at 5 p.m
| TONIGHT & TOMORROW NIGHT at 8.30
r a e t Bud Abbett, Lou Costello e
in “MEXICAN HAYRIDE si
s ri a Grey, Luba Malina, Jotlm Hubbar
WEDNESDAY, November 29, 1950 with Virginia Grey, Lu a rears
¥.15 am. Thirty minutes at the Piano. @ e . A Universal-Internatio Pie a é

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7.45 a.m. Childhood Days, 8.15 a.m ‘> Meee fees
: : ; - * ¥ By Special Request :
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Work and Worship, 8.30 p.m. BBC West | $} MATINEE
€ - ‘ of England Light Orchestra, 12.15 p.m ? J. Arthur Rank presents
Cuthbert King of St. Ann’s, Music for Dancing, 1.15 p.m. Mid week » “TIGHT LITTLE ISLAND”
jarri yas married on Saturde taik, 1,30 p.m. Bulifineh and the bound- % TIG 4 SLAN
Garrison was marri on a) ly er, 2.15 p.m. Sports Review, 2.30 p.m % Starring Basil Radford and Joan Greenwood
| afternoon to Mr. Robert Watson, Have a Go, 3.00 p.m. British Concert %
son of Mrs. Iris Watson of mal 42 ffi ag ae to hee x =
“UWalweyin® : om. My kind of Music, %
Walwyn”, Worthing and the late Moreton and Dave Kaye, 5.30 p.m. Ul- > IGETOWN
, Mr, John Watson. ster Magazine, 6.00 p.m. English Songs, > LA ZL eatre-—BRIDG T
30

The ceremony which took place
shortly after 4 o’clock at St
Patrick’s Church was performed
by Fr. A. Parkinson, the church
being decorated in anthurium

620 pm. From the third Programme
4.50 p.m. Intertude, 7.15 p.m The music
of Harry Gold and his pieces of eight,
71.43 p.m. Childhood Days, #.15 p.m.
United Nations Report, 6.20 p.m. Com-
poser of the week, 8.30 p.m mid week
Tak, 8.45 p.m. strike up the music,

TO-DAY and TOMORROW 5 & 8&8. pom.

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ith Gary Coop and others
lilies for the occasion, Mrs. 930 p.m. Land_ and Lavestos®, ee . aeeeangi : tue 2 e
Tempro presided at the organ. — Eaging. 11/90 Pg “ihe third Pro- Special Mat. THURS. 2 p.m Narrie "OF HEL MAS a
The Bride who = given in griere | Geitie' tian ta OD ie aid of Boys one)
marriage by her father wore a auras ; by kind permission o ‘eommis-
dress of embroidéred anglaise ant “BORDER G-MAN” & Halses Boca ta tremens
with a sweetheart neck. Her train GOOD COLLECTOR Our CHEF has a certain %/'| «pyMBER STAMPEDE” Doors opén at 7.15 p.m.
Bete ye era finer, sam, for Xian LONDON 5 See ome ee en ee S| eee
a . / ;
. 7 . ‘ parties is mate of very ; ai il- item on the Menu }
mother’s veil, of Brussels fet salmon ,suned , British mountaineer Harold Til- | every i
which was kept in place by a tri 1 with te a Yesttate man has just returned from tue really special. Enjoy our PLAZA Theatre — OISTIN
iare re exactly t | Himalayas with 1,000 rare plants s | TO-DAY & TOMORROW 5 & 8.30 p.m. (Warner's Double)
tiara of orange blossoms, and her ¥ to mateh. Necklace and y : palate—thrilling dishes | -
bouquet was a shower of pink | *#ftings xre artificial and 175 specimens of rare birds 31 | Edmund O'Brien in “THE BIG PUNCH
radiance roses and cofalite. Londo traress Sérvwe for the British museum, —(A.P)./% TO DAY $ || “PIGHTER SQUADRON” with Wayne Mortis
There were three Bridesmaids, = ; 3 Color by Technicolor
Miss Rosemary Watson who wore rR Midnite Show SATURDAY 2nd (R.K-0. Radio Double)
orchid taffeta, Miss Brenda Roett 0 aiieeh oi ene
who wore green and Miss Pat ¥ a= Prices eee a
Raison who wore gold. Their 3 TO-NIGHT ote ~-PRIDAY and SAT. 5 & 8.30 p.m.
we. Victo hag oa Their “CROSSED TRAILS” & “TRAIL TO MEXICO”
style — Victoria , — =
headdresses were wreaths of [ae —
flowers and they carried fans to é- ;
match their dresses. \ SS qé Ab EETY (The Garden) ST. JAMES
Bestman was Mr. Allan ——_ y oh : CeDAY sod Sadbeleiy aah oni
and th sh were Mr. Glyne on s ry “Di H q 30 p.m,
Moore, Mr. Austin Gibbs, Mr. § of (SL : | Nils Asther in MAN IN HALF-MOON STREET
Harold Durant and Mr. Terrence ‘ a Bob Hope in “SORROWFUL JONES”
Gill, e > r : Geek abet Seanad eke cheatin oe
After the veremony a reception : FRIDAY, SATURDAY 8.30 p.m, ;
was held et St. Ann’s Court, g ; James Oliver Curwood’s Duncan Renaldo as Cisco Kid
Area Engineer a ; % Make adate with YOt “WOLF HUNTERS” “IN OLD NEW MEXICO”
‘ d, and length disappears “ ' fl ;
R. “BOB” GREENE, Inter- Taking éare that ay not bb does, haga The ‘little % FRIENDS at % with Kirby Grant
national Aeradio Ltd’s., Area see him, Rupert starts ee tae Pe to burrow his way through By | Voces nibs ————————
Engineer for the Caribbean who mit. ‘He seems to know the WAY them, and on the other side, to his g T [ :
has been in Grenada fof the past quite well,”” he mutters. aes 4 astonishment, — Hi, wee oak HE GREEN : : B és
month, arrived here yestérday by track of him.”’ At first it is solid stone wall. ere i SCRURT 1 . r
BWLA. He expects to be here | tay wo keep the litle dof im sight, of the dog, but he notices that one pecemper 1th GLOBE pecemeer arn
for four or five days. heagh when he reaches the trees of ~ wire conte i, > 0 DRAGON
to put on speed to get crumble, leaving neat , Y : + 72 ,
Back To Work Ee te ies tek Gets Meedly the grote, ‘ | FOR BETTER MEALS OUR Ist ANNIVERSARY
FTER three and a_ half | ‘J
LOVELY French film star Gaby Andre, photographed during her months’ holiday in Barba- | and % Our Ist SERIAL
brief 56 hour visit to London where she discussed details of a new os, Mr. Henry Hadwig will ; ‘ BETTER SERVICE %
technicolour film she plans to make in Britain next spring. return to St. Lucia today | Request Performance % si - “ Be
—Evxpress. by B.W.1.A. : % For Reservation Dial 3896 RDON
vogitenry who is a St. Lucian is Mrs. A. L. STUART presents her School of Dancing ‘ x ray x
: alia ? earning architecture with Cub- PESSESSEESSSEESSSSS0S8SO69
pS McBNEARNEY Leaves To-day bitts Construction Co., who are L Buster CRABBE)
who was spending a» short R. DENIS WORME, repre- rebuilding the burnt out area of (Larry Buste 3
holiday in Barbados as a guest of sentative of Messrs, T. Castries,
Mr. and Mrs. Charles McKenzie Sydney Kinch Ltd., is due to leave Eye trouble forced him to come QOD P EPPS CPE P PLS SPECIES OCS PCLT EL AOSDOPOSCOPOOIIE, PLPLS POPPI EF
of “Danley” Maxwells returned today for St. Lucia and will also over for a rest. He now hopes to en emen % 1 x
- aur. on Monday morning visit Grenada before returning to ar ard eon. He was); : i i 8 GLOBE x
by B.W.LA. Barbados. staying = wi riends in Bay | Music by the Police Band directed by Capt. x , RIDAY, DECEMBER 1ST. 5 and 8.30 x
doch He expects to be back by the Street. C.E. Raison, ARCM.MBE % Opening FRIDAY, DEC a oe ae 5 %
Dominican Planter end of the week, when he is On Short Visit . E, Raison, AR.CM.M.B.E. ss aatlodas S and continuing to St 7 x

scheduled to play Eric Taylor in “But the clowning of Jos. Tudor, Jr., as the Postman is distinetion

R. JOHN CHARLES, planter

i : i R. E. C. TELFER, Manager ly the Revuedeville but the =
the Yacht Club tennis tourma- ’ ing of which not only bring or order r
of Dominica left yesterday jp ent. of R.K.O, Pictures and+ whole of Barbados can be proud. your Suits from - - Ws ny ayaa AH Wa
by B.G. Airways for Dominica Ww t President of the West Indies Film There has certainly not been anything to rival it on the ni AN fF JUSTICE!
Mr. Charles has just returned yater ! Board of Trade arrived here on| Empire stage in the past two years.” THE a THE y.5. DEPT. 0
from a short visit to the U.K. HAT with the continuous Sunday afternoon by B.W.1.A. GEO. HUNTE, MARTA Na
and arrived here on Saturday heavy rains, the dip in the on a short visit. He is a guest at in the Barbados Advocate. LONDON
from England via Iceland and road at the “S” Bend near Top the Hastings Hotel. Mr, Telfer has

Canada by air.

Mr. Charles is also Managing
Director and President of the Co-
Operative Bank in Dominica and
a one time member of the Dom-

Rock is completely flooded with
water and has been so for the
past four or five days. The water
at times is over six inches deep.
Water is playing havoc with car
brakes and to make matters





just completed a tour of British
and Dutch Guiana.





Come and ‘see it for yourself

Ist December 1950
AT THE EMPIRE THEATRE

REVUEDEVILLE |S |
1950
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FASHION








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inten Legisietate. worse the submerged portion of Night Show Only 8.30 p.m. x TOMMY DORSEY’S ORCHESTRA x

“.- *, the road has now developed a Orchestra $1.50; House $1.00; Balcony 72¢; Boxes $1.50 y : plus : %

During his short stay in Bar- hole which car wheels almost in- Booking Office pens at Empire Theatre 8 LOCAL TALENT ON PARADE °

bados he was a guest of Mr. and variably fall into. Wouldn’t a e Thursday & Friday From 8—4 p.m. x : ; &

Mrs. Carlos Clarke of “Palm Small pump drain off the water Specialists in: % ALA LALA ALLO LLL
Beach”. Hastings. Mr, Charles’ in a couple of hours? a ane eS/ English & American SSS

son who at one time was station-
ed at the General Hospital here
and is now M.O.H. in Arima,
Trinidad, is married to Mr. and
Mrs, Clarke’s daughter Winifred

Routine Visit

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oe ere to Mr. Rupert 4.45 and 8.30 venroreait a | NK TARZAN and the HUNTRESS
a eal “ , Cheeks was announced. i Double . ) *
Meveee aay rn Af 1 Ww Actuss a0th. C-Fom Be M-G-M Presents : LONDON i Johnny WEISMULLER — Brenda JOYCE
y e r rinidac ’ ae r {
yesterday afternoon by B.W.I.A ter Three eeks heifer Victor MATURE i}

Mr. Kinch is on a short routine

aged
ISS MARY BOURNE return-
ed over the week-end from
Trinidad by B.W.I.A., where she
has been on three weeks’ holiday.
While in Trinidad, I understand

FTER three weeks’ holiday in
Barbados, Mr.



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TO-DAY & TOMORROW
4.30 and 8.30

Linda DARNELL



Cut and design.

TAILORS

EMPIRE

To-day to Thursday

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below existing ones,

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“TODAY Only 4.45 and 8.30 p.m.

>and;



‘ , Fe ‘ 5 Cecil Milne is full of facts, (9)
visit to his Branch Office in returned to Trinidad ae il. bro 2 : " i 2 1 =
Port-of: Spain, They will be »2- morning by BWIA. Pega = $00 Seon tei Henry FUNDA in Phe HOY’ with GREEN HAIR
turning in a few days. staying at Accra, Rockley. i 5. stu0 ar is } ame
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BY THE WAY —— By Beachcomber

MUSIC critic, writing of the
first performance of a piano
concerto, asks: “Was the com-
poser pulling our legs or were we

A BOOMERAN »

pulling his in accepting the work Brahms had composed this piece 7 at all’? 5 : at the age of three. Everybody, of the at (5) . i with gk ‘ - ‘

Who is laughing at whom ? looking shame-faced, began to 10. A piaited skirt. (4) M-G-M Double
oo is the important question in applaud. . a fp all tare sentevements Dana ANDREWS & | : : Bees
advanced musical circles today, 17. tint the peginnings of WYATT Margaret O’BF «EN
and we shall soon have knowing Jn Passing Scandinavia. (4) ne — oe an : |
people in the audience exploding JT has often occurred to me that 40: this did openly Gn” ‘® Pe See aie ces ae IE Dean STOCKWELL
before the joke comes, I reeall the if I were one of those people 21. A display of temper. (3) ’ 73
applause with which a cacophony who _ believe OLYMPIC

was received some years ago, ‘o

and played fourteen mournful
notes on a weird instrument. The
audience howled with laughter,
until informed by the soloist that

gdmbling to be

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TOMORROW Only 4.45 and 8.30 p.m.
SO WELL REMEMBERED

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we Palast une, ab sa Sma eng nei ‘all Ae te Galas |] ten ro, SRO", || “THE SECRET GARDEN”
’ ere was also the occasion when raffle tickets to help the old and Nostalgia: 5 Trattoria: 4 ter: s = c ; ‘
a man came on to the platform, destitute. ree: te. Been: ome Republic Big Double . iaeer 3 |
eee Allan “ROCKY” LANE “THREE MUSKETEERS” MECHANICAL TOYS!
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we bo i chutes ol Gut ike Rete i: Joseph CLEMENDORE.& AIRPLANES — TANKS
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ALFONSO DB. DE LIMA & CO satve promptly cod go to wert : WITH : ACRO VARIETY SHOW
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WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER



29, 1950

Motion Of £1,000
Loan For Organ

Repairs Turned Down 2" 2

By St. Joseph Vestry

THE ST. JOSEPH VESTRY will write a strongly worded

letter to the Telephone Co.,

asking if they cannot see to it

that telephone connections in St. Joseph be kept in working
order. The Vestry came to that decision on Monday when
they considered a letter from Mr. S, A. Durant of the
Pparish’s dispensary, telling them that urgently needed
medicines had been wanted by sick people who could not
contact them over the telephone,

Mr. Durant reported that the- ame —

telephone had been going out of
order on many occasions during
the past few months. Discussing
the question, Mr. Williams said
that the telephone rates were
very high and they should expect
satisfactory service. If they were
not getting proper service, they
should not have to pay.

Mr, Haynes said that the trou-
ble was all due to the company
having a monopoly.

It was on Mr. Cox's motion
that the Vestry decided to write
a strongly worded letter to the
company.

The Vestry agreed to the prin-
ciple of changing, from time to
time, the membership of the Old
Age Pension Claims Committee.
This decision was reached after
the Vestry considered a letter
from the Governor-in-Executive
Committee recommending it as
advisable to make occasional
changes in order that a greater
number of parishioners might be-
come acquainted with the work-
ing of the Old Age Pension sys-
tem.

Schemes for alternative degrees
of repairs to the parish organ
which would cost in the vicinity
of £1,000 or £3,000 were turned
down by the Vestry yesterday and
a decision was reached that major
repairs to the organ should be
postponed for a year.

The Vestry naa ween corre-
sponding with dealers in Electro
Pneumatic organs to find out the
cost of extensive repairs and pos-
sible removal of the organ from
one part of the church to another,
but on the motion of Mr. Smith,
seconded by Mr. Haynes, the de-
cision for postponement of the
repairs was reached,

Mr. Smith said that if the
Maude Report came into effect
soon, the Government might take
over the responsibility of the
Church, and a little delay in car-
rying out the repairs might cause
Government to see after the
repairs.

A motion was put to the Vestry
by Mr. Cox, asking that a loan
of £1,000 be raised to cover re-
pairs. Mr. Haynes, however, said
that when one considered the
essential needs of the parish—an
almshouse, for instamce—he did
not think they could be in their
right senses even to consider the
raising of a loan when they could
makeshift with minor repairs.

Mr. Gittens, organ repairer, told
the Vestry that the condition of
the organ was deteriorating rap-
idly and a major breakdown could
occur at any moment.

The Education Department will
be asked by the Vestry if they
can expedite the sending of Ves-
try scholars’ school reports to the
Vestry. They had asked Queen's
College and other schools to send
in the reports at the same time
that they were sending reports to
parents, but Queen’s College re-
plied saying that they were sent
to the Department of Education
first.

No New Scholar

St. Michael’s Girls’ reported to
the Vestry that owing to the late-
ness in making arrangements for
a parish’s Vestry scholar to that
school, they can accept no scholar
for next year.

The Parochial Medical Officer

“Gloucester” Brings
Food From
Australia

Ninety-three tons of cold stor-
age from Australia were landed
at Barbados on Monday by the s.s.
Gloucester, :

From the sour porte Adelaide,
Melbourne, Devonport and Syd-
ney, 925 cases of apples, 420 cases
and six crates of cheese, 235 cases
of hams, 210 cartons of prunes,
35 cases of rabbits, 30 cases of
ducks, 120 cases of chickens, 43
cases of butter and 56 bags of
butter arrived.

Other cold storage cargo arriv-
ing by this ship was frozen duck-
lings, frozen drakelings, carcasses
of lamb, beef, veal, frozen mutton,
frozen liquid egg, canned soup,
eanned fruit, sweet corn, brisket
plates, ribs, poultry, salted beef,
milk products and, from Brisbane,
navel beef,

The Gloucester also landed
here 5,729 bags of oats which it
loaded at Melbourne and Sydney.

She made this call to Barbados
directly from Australia, It is sel-
dom that such calls are made to
the island. Ships arriving here
with cold storage from Australia
are generally trams-shipping the
cargo from Trinidad where it had
been landed by ships of the Mon-
treal Australia New Zealand Line
Limited,

The Gloucester is one of the
ships operating under this line.
Her local agents are Messrs. Da
Costa & Co., Ltd.





een enannne ane

‘Died Suddenly

| “ooo SEVEN-YEAR- OLD
| Albertha Alleyne, a hawker
| of Suttle Street, died suddenly at
her home during the early hours
The body
Public
Mortuary where a post mortem
examination was performed by
Dr. A. W. Scott. Death was
attributed to natural causes

P TO YESTERDAY evening
9,829 driving licences were
issued. The majority of appli-
cants now seeking licences are
either foreigners on holiday or
people who were recenfly taught
to drive.

So far 268 conductors have
registered at the Traffic Depart-
ment of the Central Station.
They now register at the rate of
about two per week.

LPHONSA KNIGHT, a pedes-
trian of Martinique Village,
My Lord’s Hill, was struck by
an oil drum at My Lord’s Hill on
Monday night He was taken to
the General Hospital where he
was treated and discharged.
Cpl. Watson, of the District
“A” Station, who reported the
matter, stated that the oil drum
fell from the platform of motor
lorry M-1458, owned by Perkins
& Co., of Roebuck Street while
the lorry was travelling it the
direction of the City.

NID BROWNE is at present

detained at the General
Hospital where she is being
treated for injuries, She was

involved in an accident at Max-
well Road over the week-end.

Also involved was motor car
X-906, cwned and driven by
Hallam Cole of Maxwell Coast
The radiator grill of the car was
damaged.

GYPSY TENT is expected
to highlight the Shamrock’s
Bazaar which will be held at St.
Patrick's, Jemmotts Lane, from
6 to 9 o’clock tomorrow evening
The Bazaar is being held in aid
of funds for the Union.
A large variety of toys will be
offered for sale, There will also
be cake, fruit and vegetable stalls.

RIDGETOWN was wet and
gloomy yesterday. Two fairly
heavy showers were experienced
between 7 and 10 a.m. and
11.15 a.m. and 1.30 p.m. Through-
out the whole day the sun never
reached its brightest and the

. 2 6 3 * (temperature averaged 79 degrees
Nelson, Bonaire | Fahrenheit in the shade.

Due Tomorrow

The Lady Nelson is due to
atrive here to-morrow at day-
break. Weather conditions per-
mitting, she will leave’ the
same evening for Bermuda
Boston, St. Johns N.B., and
the British Northern Islands,

The Dutch passenger ship s.s,
Bonaire is also expected to
arrive at Barbados to-morrow
Messrs. S. P. Musson, Son & Co.,
Ltd., told the Advocate yester-
day.

The Bonaire was due here
yesterday but it was delayed on
its voyage.

Three passengers are coming to
Barbados by this ship. Only one
passenger was booked with the
agents to sail by her tomorrow
evening for Trinidad.



of St. Joseph, Dr. W. H. E. John-
son, has been granted one month’s
leave as from December 20. Dr.
Tappin, P.M.O. of St. Andrew,
will carry on his work in the
meantime.

Mrs. Ellen Brace was granted
a vacant Frizers Widow’s Annuity
by the Vestry.

Mr. Haynes asked that the
Road Commissioners of the par-
ish hurry up with the job of re-
pairing the roads now that Gov-
ernment had passed money for the
repairs.

The Chairman, Rev. Mallalieu,
reported that water was entering
into the parish church because of
the continuous heavy rain.





INVESTMENT
SUPERVISION

The unusual conditions existing

The majority of businessmen
and clerks turned out to work
yesterday morning prepared for
bad weather. During the eve-
ning many could be seen with
their umbrellas and macks when
on their way home.

The day was again humid and
although the temperature was very
lew a few people could still ba
heard complaining of heat.

E JAWBONE has become

popular since the showing
of the film Samson and Delilah,
in which many Barbadians saw
Samson whip the Philistines with
the jawbone of an ass,

One of the first persons to
make use of the jawbone is War
Lord, the well known race ticket
vendor. On Sunday evening he
was seen riding his bicycle along
Roebuck Street with the jawbone
of some animal attached to the
rear fender of the cycle.

3,500 BAGS OF RICE
COME

SOME 3,500 bags of rice arriv-
ed from British Guiana on Monday
by the schooners Frances Ww.
Smith and Mary M. Lewis.

Five schooners, including the
Frances W. Smith and Mary M.
Lewis brought cargo to the island
over the week end.

The cargo was chiefly firewood,
charcoal, domestic gasolene and
aviation gasolene.





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Wednesday, November 29, 1950



Playing Fields

FOR some time now the Government
has been toying with the idea of establish-
ing a number of playing fields throughout
the island in order that the working classes
should have adequate opportunity of en-
joying healthy eutdoor sport. The funds
for the establishment of these playing
fields presented no problem to the Govern-
ment as the sum of $300,000 was allocated
from the Labour Welfare Fund for this
purpose,

For three years now the public have been
looking forward to the establishment of
these playing fields and to this date only
one is functioning. The Princess Alice
Playing Field has been the subject of much
public comment and investigation but
there is no justifiable reason for delaying
the establishment of others because of any
maladministration there.

It is extremely unfortunate that any
such condition should have arisen.

At the time when the establishment of
these playing ffelds was publicly discussed
there were several plots of land available
for the purpose. With the passing of time
these have been used for other purposes
as owners of land in this island are in the
happy position of having prospective pur-
chasers at all times. It now happens that
the land at the Bay Estate has been utilised
for tenantry purposes and one portion
which had been offered to the Playing
Fields Committee at Grazettes has now
been divided for tenantry purposes by the
Barbados Co-operative Bank.

Attention has been drawn to the fact
that only one plot of land remains avail-
able and that is at Friendship which was
also offered to the Committee at the time
of the Grazettes offer,

it was pointed out in this newspaper at
the time of the criticisms of the Princess
Alice Playing Field that the delay in put-
ting the finishing touches not only led to
the deterioration of the Field but at the
same time denied the means of enjoyment
to those whom it was intended to benefit.
By the same token the delay of the pur-
chase of other plots of land because of
dissatisfaction over the Princess Alice
Field denies the children of St. Michael
from having proper facilities for games.

The Barbados Cricket League has also
petitioned the Government asking that the
lands at Friendship be purchased in order
to provide a playing field for teams from
the borders of St. Michael and St. George.
There are therefore strong reasons for the
Government to make the purchase so that
the field can be put into proper order. And
there is not even the excuse that funds are
not available. These have been allocated
years ago,



Registration

DURING a Press Conference this week
the Labour Commissioner pointed out that
it was necessary for those who register at
the Bureau of Employment and Emigration
to renew their registration every month.

This is information which is not readily
known among the workers who register at
the Bureau. It is popularly believed that
once registered always registered, but as
Mr. Burrowes explained as soon as the re-
newal ceases, it is presumed in the depart-
ment that the worker has obtained em-
ployment.

It is clear now that the complaints made
against the Bureau and its effectiveness
in the labour market is due to the fact that
people have laboured under the misappre-
hension that as long as they had registered
once they were entitled to be called for
available employment,

The Labour Commissioner also hinted
that it was illegal for persons to give in-
correct information at the Bureau and that
they were liable to be prosecuted for doing
so.

All those who seek selection in the pro-
posed emigration scheme within the next
few months must renew their registrations.







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OA

Flying Saucers Myth
Or Mystery ?~

LAST June 19 the Air Force's
Air Material Command, the arm
of the government which has the
tedious task of running down
every flying saucer clue, but hag
no power to arrest practical jok-
ers who bombard it with false
alarms, received a letter from one
Martin W. Peterson, of Warren,
Minn,

Postmarked in Cincinnati, the
letter told of a man named Wal-
ter Sirek, also of Warren, who had
in his possession what must be
a junior sized flying saucer.

For proof, Peterson enclosed
several snapshots of his friend
holding on his knee a bizarre ob-
ject with a saucer-like body from
two of whose thin sides protruded
what looked like the tip of a
spear and the fins and exhaust
pipe of a midget-sized V-2

Into action went the investi-
gative arms of the Air Force at
the customary expense of the
tax-payer, It took some time for
the agents to learn that Peterson
was a native of Warren, Minn.,
and that he had mailed his letter
from Cineinnati while on a visit
to that city.

When Sirek was located in War-
ren, working at a gas station he
told the investigators that he had

found the strange device two
years before imbedded in the
earth behind a place named

Nish’s Tavern, in Warren.

He hadn’t taken it seriously,
Sirek said, He said he figured it
had been made by a local tin-
smith named Art Jensen.

Jensen remembered that he had
put something of the sort together
at the requests of a Warren hard-

{ware man named Ted Heyen and

a radio repair man from the same
city, named Robert Schaeffer. An
acetlyene torch had been played
over the tail surfaces to give it
the appearance of having been
scorched by escaping gases.

After having it mentioned
briefly in a Warren newspaper, its
owners threw it away, Sirek found
it. Peterson, visiting Sirek, took
some snapshots of him holding it,
and two years later sent them
along with his letter to the Air
Material Command.

It took the investigative chain
reaction frem June 19 to Septem-
ber 27 to run its course. Agents
had to be transported from Wright
Field, Dayton, O., Air Material
Command, to Cincinnati, to
Warren,—fed, housed and paid.

When the case had ended, all
they had for their pains were a
few apologies and the “saucer’—
which turned out to be made of
the lid of an automatic washing
machine, tin spear-head and tail
assembly, and an “engine’’ made
from a disembowelled midget radio
and an old insecticide ‘“bomb”’—
spent.

BARBADOS ADVOCATE



By BOB CONSIDINE

Other gagsters have gone to
the trouble to buy and assemble
mounds of scrap steel and iron,
burning it into an almost unre-
cognizable tangle, and reporting
to the Air Force that a flying
saucer has crashed and burned on
their property.

Tracking down such malicious
work, and examining the “wreck-
age” has cost the Air Force’s
office of special investigation and
the FBI considerable sums, and
the wasted time of good talent.
But according to Col. Harold E.
Watson, the Air Force’s saucer
spokesman nothing can be done
about it.

The _ Air Force vigorously and
sometimes vehemently denies the
existence of flying saucers, either
of earthly or interplanetary ori-
gin. But since it is charged with
the defence of the skies it often
feels duty bound to look into
cases which, on their face value,
would be rejected as too improb-
able by the editor of “weird
omics.”

It did not, however, look too
deeply into two recent tips sol-
emnuly presented to Air Material
Command,

One of these, presented jointly
by man and wife, swore that
they were taking a walk in a
woods together not long ago, and
saw a “flying saucer moving about
in the thick, tall pines,” An inves-
ligator asked them to estimate
how far away it was from them
“in the thick pines.” They said
‘about two or three miles,’ The
investigator clapped his hat on
and went home,

In the other case, an Ohio Far-
mer excitedly called in a vivid
description of what he called two
huge flying saucers which raced
out of the stratosphere, hovered
over two small islands in a lake
near his home, lowered eight ang-
ular steel legs from each saucer,
scooped up samples of earth, and
sped away. “After tucking in the
16 legs,” he added,

A brief inquiry, in the man’s
village, showed that he had been
released two weeks before from
an asylum for the insane.

There is no doubt in the Air
Foree’s mind that many honest
persons have dutifully reported
what they solemnly believed to be
flying saucers,

They have been misled by any
one of a hundred causes that have
nothing to do with the supernatur-
al.

Their eyes have played tricks
on them, as eyes will, They have
been subtly influenced by the in-
ternational tension and by stories
of new wondrous aircraft in the






AROUND SevVERAL

The Vestry of St. Michael is
asking Government to take over
the responsibility for the acquisi-
tion and conversion of playing
fields in the parish, though they
would be willing to undertake
their supervision.

The suggestion came from the
Playing-Fields Committee in a
letter in which they mentioned
that they had experienced a sense
of “absolute frustration’ with
respect to the attitude of Govern-

ment concerning the playing-
flelds, ; ;
The Vestry at their meeting

on Monday agreed with the state-
ments contained in the letter and
decided to write Goveznment
accordingly.

The spin was dated November
17 and reads;

At a meeting of the Playing-

St. Michael P

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fields Committee held on 16th
inst., consideration was given to a
letter from the Government who
asked the Vestry whether they
were now. in a_ position to put
forward its detail scheme for the
Playing-field at Friendship for
further examination by the Gov-
ernor-in-Executive Committee.

Your Committee wish to point
out that the Government was sup-
plied with the estimated cost for
all proposed playing-fields on 18th
June, 1949.

Due to the delay by Government
in providing the necessary funds
for the establishment of more
playing-fields within this parish,
Your Committee are asking that
the Vestry concur in the following
motion which was unanimously.
passed at the meeting referred to
above: —







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process of development. They
have been misled by the tricks
of our atmosphere which on hot
days, for instance, can make the
motorist believe he -is approach-
ing a shallow jake in the road
ahead. :

Nature can fling a bolt of neon-
or fluorescent type light across
the night skies at fantastic
speed, or make it seem to hover
as if contained in a tube. “

A vast majority of human
beings recognize this as the
aurora, but a new and stubborn
belief in many persons that flying
saucers indeed exist prompts
them to regard these flitting lights
as some craft that has both sub-
stance and menace

At such peaks of flying sauce:
interest as we and other nations,
espetially England, are currently
reaching, a certain covetousness
enters the picture and further dis -
torts it.

The neighbour of a man who
has had his name in the newspa-
pers as one who saw a_ flying
saucer will envy him his notoriety
and wish to secure for himself the
same attention, Once this wish is
put into action, it does not take
him long to see a flying saucer.

As a matter pdf fact, the envious
neighbour (or anyone else) can
see a host of flying saucers simply
by looking a bit too
bright sun and then looking to
another part of the sky. Red cor-
puscles flitting past the retina of

the eyes supply the mirage. A

slight touch of dyspepsia also! {tinued to
helps the eager watcher for}

saucers,

The first pilots of the F-51
perhaps saw more saucers than
any other
Not only that but they saw whole

long at a;

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group of Americans. |
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farms or sections of cities float- |

ing through the air above them

“So we did something about the
plastic canopy that enclosed the
pilots,” Col, Watson told me with
a smile, “Changed the angle of it
a bit, and it stopped picking up
reflections.”

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SOVIET JETS: Did We
hrow Away Our Lead

For Roubles?

By Wing-Commander PAUL RICHEY, D.F.C.

—

WHEN Britain sold 55 aero engines to
Russia she sold the world lead in jet engines
given to her during and after the war by
Air-Commodore Frank Whittle.

That is what Britain’s top flying men were
saying last night when they studied the
latest reports of Russia’s new jet fighter
seen in action against us in Korea.

The sale which now causes so much heart-
burning was made in 1947. Britain, aiming
at a high export target, sold Stalin 55 Rolls-
Royce jet engines—25 Nenes and 30 Derwents.

These engines, a direct development of
Whittle’s work, were exported against the
advice of the Air Ministry, and to the alarm
and displeasure of the Americans.

Opposition was crushed by top-of-the-Cab-
inet intervention, and the sale went on, Out
went Britain’s secret engines; ir came the
roubles.

But Air Ministry Intelligence chiefs c
agitate. Suddenly the exports
were stopped without explanation, and no
new contracts have since been made.

THE ENGINE—A NENE COPY?

The engine used in the latest Russian
fighter—-the MIG-15—is believed to be a copy
of the Nene.

This plane has swept-back wings and tail,
and appears to be capable of 700 miles anj

Then the heavily decorated air-| ‘hour—fast enough to. outstrip any other

man repeated:

“Try to get this over to th
people—there aren’t
There weren’t any

men’, ‘mag-

netic scientists’ who examined |
fallen flying saucers in Arizona |
and New Mexico or any place |
else.

“Neither the Air Force nor the
Navy has built anything resemb-

ple who swear they’ve seen flying
saucers. And no power on this
planet or any other is sending this
kind of craft against us, or any
other kind of craft.

“There just ain’t no such ani-
mal,” —(I.N.S.)



4 /





laying F ields

“That a letter be written to the
Vestry informing them that
their Playing-fields Committee
experience a sense of absolute
frustration with respect to the
attitude of Government concern-
ing the programme of the Play-
ing-fields Committee relative to
the acquisition and conversion
of sites suitable for the estab-
lishment of playing-fields.
That as a result, the Com-
mittee beg to. recommend that
they inform Government that
the Vestry will be willing to
supervise such playing-fields as
may be established in Saint
Michael, but would recommend
that Government take over the
responsibility for their acquisi-
tion and conversion.”
Further that Government be
written to embodying the terms of
this motion.

any flying |
saucers, There weren’t any ‘little |

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fighter in world service.

Only comparable machine is the American
I-86 Sabre, also with swept-back wings
which does 670 miles an hour.

Britain’s straight-wing Meteor and Vam-

pire and America’s F-80 Shooting Star and

F-84 Thunder-jet fly at about 600 miles an

ling the things described by peo- | hour.

Russia’s lead is a menace. The swept-

| wing fighter is recognised as the fastest de-

sign yet invented. Yet Britain, although she
has two swept-wing designs flying, has not
ordered them, and probably will not do so.

Reason is the British Government’s long-
range gamble with time. It made the first
throw in 1945 when it considered that there
could be no war before 1960. Britain therefore
decided on a stop-gap air force of medium-
performance aircraft, mainly for training.

Most of the available money went into re-
search and development with the aim of
building the world’s best-equipped air force
by 1960.

The date has since been brought closer.

‘STARTLED US’

Meanwhile Russia concealed her hand.
Her acquisition of British jet engines pre-
ceded a series of moves that have since
startled air forces of the West. Russia’s full
resources are still unknown. Her airfields are
isolated and closely guarded. Her anti-spy
network is ruthless.

THE BIGGEST

What we do know is that she has in pro-
duction :—

(1) A four-jet bomber; (2) Two types of
twin-jet bombers; (3) At least three types
of jet fighters.

And, of course, she has the world’s biggest
air force—totalling 19,000 planes,

There is one heartening note. Britain and
America are putting into production the
most powerful jet engine yet designed, the
Armstrong-Siddeley Sapphire. In the right
plane—which we have yet to produce—it
would comfortably outstrip the MIG-15.

But air forces are judged by power in the
air, not on the bench.

TECHNICAL NOTE: There is evidence that
the armament of MIG-15 includes at least
one 30 mm. cannon. The British and Ameri-
can air forces cling to their smaller 0,5-inch
and 20 mm. wartime weapons.

—L.ES.



Our Readers Say:



Town And Country Planning
The Editor, The Advocate,

SIR,—A few months ago you
kindly published a letter from me
deploring the lack of a Town and
Country Planning Act. Nothing of
course has yet been done but in
the meantime, may I again draw
to the attention of responsible
citizens through the medium of
your newspaper that with each
passing day this beautiful island
becomes increasingly spoilt, and
it will soon become very difficult
to put things right.

No one can doubt the wisdom
of proper zoning of industrial and
residential areas in Bridgetown,
yet in Bay Street, opposite the
turning to the Aquatie Club, work-
men are busy erecting a large
bottling factory. Beside this build-
ing there is a notice which says
“Watch it Grow.” This remark is

more than apt, for as we stand
idly by and watch, we see one
more instance of the result of
having no Town and Country

Planning Act. Surely it is con-
trary to the interest of all con-
cerned to have a bottling factory
with the considerable noise of the
factory itself, with delivery lor-
ries, and the congestion they
cause, erected in the middle of a
residential area,

It was heartening to read that
the Chamber of Commerce has
been considering the question of
controlling unsightly advertise-
ments and hoardings which are
springing up all over the land.
Members of the Chamber of Com-
merce are, or should be, responsi—
ble people; but even so one mem-
ber is reported as having said in
this connection “such advertising

could not in any way detract from
the scenic beauty of the island
where the visiting tourist was
concerned.” This incredible state-
nent is so obviously ridiculou
that serious comment is difficult
If tk gentleman think that

l advertisement in brillia

colours, so erected that 1 wt

pass by cannot fail to see it, does

\

not detract in any way from the
seenic beauty of say a stretch of
coast or even a field of sugar cane,
then patently he lacks a sense of
beauty and good taste.

The same gentleman is quoted
as saying that conditions in Amer-
ica and England could not be
compared with those in Barbados,
This is undoubtedly true of many
cases but not in this instance. I
would like to ask him to explain
the difference between an ugly
advertisement in America or Eng-
land, and an ugly advertisement
in Barbados, If anything, the ad-
vertisement in Barbados is the
more objectionable owing to the
smallness of the island and the
greater density of population.

But it will take more than mere
consideration of advertisements



to put a stop to this. The subject
is far wider and can Only be cov-
ered by a Town and Country
Planning Bill If the politicians
refuse to act (a Town and Coun-
try Planning Bill savours more
of state ship than politic

the ll ish

preserve the ity f this island
ba SE to urge ut

their Government the necessity

being unable to take the Storm
of passing such an Act before it
is too late?

I have one more suggestion to
make Sir. Your newspaper is to
be congratulated on taking a lead
in the campaign fora _ cleaner
Bridgetown, but why not broaden
your sponsorship to include the
preservation of beauty of the
whole island? For instance, a
photograph in every Sunday edi-
tion of some particufarly unat~
tractive sight entitled “This
Week’s Horror” would do much
to bring the need for a Town and
Country Planning Act before the
public eye. Your photographer
will find plenty of scope.

BRITISH RESIDENT.
Noy. 28. 50

Flooding

To The Editor, The Advocate,

SIR,—In your issue of Monday
27th, reference was made to the
dangerous flooding of certain lc-
calities, (in Bridgetown especially
that no engineering project had

discussed, and finall
might be possible f

i thing to be some
great disaster took place, Perhaps

ever be
that

done if

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we are on the verge of this dis-
aster, and remember, it might not
be confined to the poor, unfor-
tunate persons who usually lose
their lives, but take the shape of
some epidemic that would include
those, perhaps, who wilfully re-
fuse to investigate the matter.

‘The comparatively small rainfall
on Saturday 25th inst., held up
traffic for some time in the Con-
stitution area, and one observer
noticed that before the road was
covered, the water was flowing in

to the Park Playing field and other

low lying ground, probably includ-

ing the Combermere School
grounds as well. The reason for
this is quite plain as the road has

been raised many feet higher than
it was twenty years ago, and the
small openings provided now,
water through, a perfect dam has
been formed, diverting thousands
of tons of water regularly to
grounds provided for the recrea-
tion of children and supposed. to
impreve th health

Then, what large
t are

several

num be i Prize Cattl
sh



xpected t penc
aa the

— veritable

soaked grt

Death Trap?

und

Can anyone say that Construc-
tive suggestions have not been
made?

_ The present epidemic of Poultry
is far more serious than many peo-
ple think and is definitely attri-
buted to damp surroundings.
_Are human beings immune from
diseases that affect birds and
beasts? Or, are we not being warn-
ed that our turn is next.

Will Government and Medical
Authorities please take notice.

re
Nov. 25. 50.

Where To Park ?
To The Editor, The Advocate—

SIR,—Could you tell me where
motor cyclists are supposed to
park at Seawell Air Port.

On Sunday last I went to Sea-
well on my motor cycle and
naturally parked on the parking
area reserved for private cars,

A Policeman immediately told
me to get off of the parking area

as it was reserved for private
cars.

I should be most obliged if the |
autherities would tell motor
cyclists where they are to park.

MOTOR CYCLIST,

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WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 29, 1950

Leg. Co. Sends Holiday With| Curb Council |
Pay Bill To Select Committee| Powers Report

A BILL which seeks to make provision for a holiday of at

BARBADOS ADVOCATE PAGE FIVE







Extension Of Waterworks

In T he Legislature





NEVER FORGET!

FRENCH erfumes

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THE GIFT SHE WILL
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least two weeks each year

a

Ning

SAR NS A ARR ARE SE

sent to a Select Committee
their meeting yesterday.
This is the second occasion

with pay for employees, was
by the Legislative Council at

that this Bill came before the

Legislative Council. On the first occasion it was rejected
by an overwhelming majority



Scheme Questioned

Mr. W. A. Crawford at yester-
day’s meeting of the House of
Assembly gave notice of the fol-
lowing questions:

What is the position with re-
gard to the Mills Milk Production
Scheme calling for the erection at
Lancaster of a pasteurizing, con-
densing and evaporating plant
capable of handling 2,000 gallons
of milk daily?

Is the original offer by Colo- the

nial Development and Welfare of
a free grant of £30,000 and

Yesterday

the Bill passed the
Second

reading unanimously.

. .
Milk Production The motion for sending it to a

Select Committee was made by
the Lord Bishop and seconded
by Dr. C. H. St. John,

Eight members were appointed
to the Select Committee. They
were: The Hon. R. Challenor,
Hon, H. A. Cuke, Hon, A. G.
Gittens, Hon. Dr. C. H. St. John,
Hon. V. C. Gale, Hon. The
Lord Bishop W. J. Hughes, Hon.
G. B. Evelyn and Hon. J.
Mahon.

The Acting Colonial Secretary,
the Hon. E, J. Petrie said that
Bill had been rejected
although there appeared to be

a}/complete unanimity in the belief

long term loan of £30,000 for the|*hat it was a good thing that

purpose still available?

Is it a fact that imports of milk
and milk products cost the colony
over $300,000 annually and that

employees should have holidays
with pay. The opposition to the
motion indicated that it would be
hetter to leave it to employers to

it has been estimated that tha|grant holidays with pay of their

proposed Lancaster plant
supply lIccal demands of
products?

could|Own accord.
these] believed that when employers all

It was apparently

became good employers, everyone

Is it a fact that Colonial De-| would receive holidays with pay
velopment and Welfare and other| and that it was better that the

agencies have already given tre-| vrocess
mendous assistance to the scheme? | depdnd

Economic Value

Is the Government aware of:

The great economic value
which the scheme represents to
the colony, especially from the
points of view of industrial devel- |
opment and employment potenti«!? |

That the £38,900 Pine Livestucx |
Station which was established to |
be operated in connection with |
the scheme hes been in existence |
for fully three years? {

Is it a fact that Mr. Mills who
Was sent since 1948 at the expense
of Colonial Deveicpment and Wel-
fare to Jamaica to inspect pas-
teurization and condensary equip-
ment, which was then in the mar-
ket, reported very favourably and
urged its acquisition by the Gov-
ernment?

Is it a fact that Mr. Mills him-
self has resigned his post and
terminated his contract with the
Government six months before it
was due to expire, reportedly
through frustration and inability
to get the scheme started?

Does the Government appreci-
ate that a considerable delay is
likely to ensue if the equipment |
has to be ordered from the U.K. ?

Will the Government take steps
without delay to put the scheme
into operation?

If the answer to question No. 9
be in the negative, will the Gov-
pS gi state the reasons there-

or?

Acting Col. Sec.
Goes On Holiday

Members of the Legislative
Council yesterday praised the Ac-
ting Colonial Secretary, the Hon.
E. J. Petrie for the way he had
conducted his work at the Legis-
lative Council meetings. The Hon.
E. J. Petrie is going on leave.

The Chairman said that the Act-
ing Colonial Secretary had put the
Government’s point of view clear-
ly at all times and not antagonisti-
cally. and sometimes in a very
disarming way.

He thought he deserved a holi-
day and they hope he would re-
turn to Barbados.

The Hon. G, D. L. Pile said that
the Acting Colonia] Secretary was
an example of being concise and
straightforward.

INQUIRY CONTINUES
TO-DAY

Hearing in the inquiry sur-
rounding the deuch of 65-year-old
Moses Lewis of Yearwood Land,
‘which was started before Mr.
H. A. Talma, Coroner of District
“A”, on Monday will be resumed
today at 2 o'clock.

Moses Lewis died on the spot
after he was involved in an acci-







dent —- while riding the bicycle] Ships on some employers.

M-3575 on Black Rock Road—
with the motor car S-96 owned
by Mr. J. E. T. Brancker an
driven by Alford Broome,
Medical testimony and eye wit-
ness accounts given by two peo-

ple have been heard already, an 1) Se
today the Police are bringing four; wauld be a er

the}
spot when the accident occurred.)

niore persons who were on

would be

should be gradual and
on goodwill between
employers and employees than on

| legislation

Major Objection

Another major objection was
that some employers would not be
able to pay, and that if they were
corced to pay they would do with-
out employees and __ introduce!
iwbour-saving devices. |

A further objection was that it!
impossible to enforce!
the Bill and that an Act which |
could not be enforced would bring
the law into disrepute.

It would be marvellous if there |
was no need to provide by law
tor the fair and reasonable treat-
ment of one individual by another.
but there did not appear to him
to be any indication that such a
state of affairs would arrive in
the near future, .

With regard to the suggestion
that an employer, especially a
householder, could not afford
holidays with pay, it amazed him
that for one fortnight a year a
householder either could not do
without the help required or
could not find a substitute and
pay a substitute’s wages. There
could be very few cases of house-
holders who had one servant who
could not carry on for the short
period of a fortnight without such
a servant or pay for a substitute.

It was suggested that the law
would not be complied with. It
was unlikely that many employers
would allow justifiable complaints
to be brought to the notice of the
authorities.

The Hon. H. A. Cuke said that
it had been felt that a much more
workable Bill would be one which
ran along the lines of legislation
in other places. Many faults had
been found with the set up of the
Bill and in spite of that it had
been sent back in its original
form. He agreed with the princi-
ple of the Bill and the alternative
things that could be done with it
were to pass it as it was or let
it go to a Select Committee.

Referendum

The Hon. G. D. L. Pile said
that there should be a referendum
or some similar measure so that
the people would have a chance of
saying whether they approved of
a particular Bill that had been
passed by the House when the
House wanted to pass it again

On three occasions there had
been three motions in the House
against passing the Bill imme-
diately.

Everybody was saying that the
Bill as it was, was not workable
and he did not think the Council
would be doing its duty to the
community if they allowed an un-
workable Bill to go through. If it
were necessary to re-write the
Bill it should be re-written.

The Hon. G. B. Evelyn said
that the Bill would work hard-

The Hon, Mrs. Hanschell said
that she could not imagine what a

q| Person with only one servant would

do when that servant went on
vacation.

The Hon. Dr. St. John agreed
that the Bill should be sent to a
lect Committee and said that it
ave mistake to pass
it as it was.

The Lord Bishop said that it

On Monday two witnesses said) would be far better to have a

that they saw a beige coloured] clarification of

the obligations

car—meaning S-96—knock down] between the employer and em-

aman on Black Rock Road after
he rushed out of Yearwood Gap
riding a bicvcle.

ployee,
The Bill was then sent to a
Select Committee.

Presented

The Select Committee appointed
to consider and report on the cor-
respondence between the Governor

The Select Committee appointed
to consider and report on the cor-
respondence between the Governor
and the Secretary of State for the
Coionies on the subject of the
limitation of the powers of the
Legislative Council have the hon-
our to submit the following re-
port:—

The subject matter of the cor-
respondence is the powers of ihe
Legislative Council in relation to
these of the House of Assembly
and a suggested modification of
the Council powers. We think
it useful to state what in the
opinion of the Committee are the
present powers of the Legislative
Council.

2. We have divided the powers
into two sections—

In the first section we have

placed those powers which the
Council have exercised regularly
and which are without any ques-
tion admitted. These are—
(a) the power to initiate measures
of legislation which do not
create a charge on the revenue
of the Island.
The power to reject or amend
any legislation submitted to
them when such legislation
does not create a charge on
the revenue of the Island ir-
respective of the number of
times such legislation is sent
to them.

(c) The power to weject only any
Bill or Resolution which does
create a charge on the reve-
nue,

In the second section we have
placed the power which the Coun-
cil have never surrendered but
which, owing to the length of
time which has elapsed since its
exercise, has been forgotten or
been assumed to have been sur-
rendered, namely—

(b)

The power to amend any
Bill or Resolution which does
create a charge on the reve-
nue.

3. Inno part of the correspond-
ence is it specifically stated what
are thought to be the present
powers of the Council, but from
paragraph 3 of Lord Listowel’s
despatch to Sir Hilary Blood dated
29th April, 1948, it can be very
reasonably concluded that all the
above powers included under both
sections are recognized.

4. On the question of whether
or not there should be a second
Chamber, paragraph 8 of Lord
Listowel’s despatch leaves no
doubt but that there should be a
second Chamber and that the Leg-
islative Council should be retained
as an effective part of the Legis-
Jature but that its function should
be regarded as those of revision
and delay, thereby leaving the
ultimate decision on important
legislation, whether financial or
otherwise, to the House of Assem-
bly. Paragraph 9 of Lord Listowel’s
despatch lays down the methods by
which this will be achieved.

5. There is no doubt that the
Council have on several occasions
in exercise of their rights rejected
or amended legislation other than
money Bills (and by money bill
we mean a Bill which creates a
charge on the revenue of the
Island) sent to them from the
House of Assembly and have, on
occasions, rejected legislation
which was a money Bill; however,
when such legislation has again
passed the House of Assembly
after a General Election the
Council has, as far as this Com-
mittee is aware, invariably
accepted and passed such legisla-
tion. It may therefore be said
that, in practice, the principle of
delay has been adopted as a gen-
eral policy by the Council without
any special rule or regulation.

6. The Committee desire to
point out that until recently the
life of the House of Assembly
was limited to one year and when
legislation rejected by the Coun-
cil was again submitted to them
for consideration a General Elec-
tion had intervened at which the
electors had had the opportunity
to: express a desire for or against
the proposed legislation.

7. The life of the House of
Assembly having been increased
to three years, the Committee re-
commended that if a change in
the manner suggested is to be en-
forced by regulation it should be
effectual only after a dissolution
of the Legislature and the elec-
tion of the New House at which
the Electorate had clearly ex-
pressed their wish.

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and the Secretary of State for the
Colonies on the subject of the
limitation of the powers of the
Legislative Council yesterday pre-
sented the following report: -

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Plan Approved By

the Department in Beckles

tance of 357 yards, and fix

four fire hydrants.

‘The proposed extension is shown
on a plan submitted by the
Housing Board by a blue line, the
hydrants by red circles and the
standpipes by blue squares
posed work is “estimated to" ba

ta be
$2,500,

Mr. M. E. Cox (L) who took
charge of the resolution said that
it was a formal one before the
work could be done and moved
that it be passed.

Mr. E, D, Mottley (E) said that

Bay Estate Housing Board's
private roads as was set aut in
paragraph 2, of the Book of
Reference and he would like the
honourable member in charge «|!
the Resolution to explain it.

Mr. R. G
while
ing steps to provide all thore
amenities for housing schemes,
yet there were some villages
specially in the country area
which needed standposts.

In the parish of St. Thomas,
applications were made two years

Mapp (L) said that

works for the erection of stand-
posts on certain roads but they
were told by him that the ranys
for water was not available

Insuflicient Material

He understood that they were
laying some mains in St, Michre
and believed that the material
was not sufficient to go around
the various country parishes «vc
also supply the people in the
various parts of St. Michael

Mr. Mapp said that the supp!y
situation needed looking into
the people here were suffering
because of the lack of material
If the Crown Agents could not
help them get the materials ibis
year or early next year, ihey
would be faced with more dii*-
culties in the future.

He hoped the Government would
take strong steps to see what the
position was in Barbados and use
their influence and authority to
see that materials were made
available to them.

as

The position of the people in the
various tenantry roads was
that they were unable
to get a supply of w ater
The roads were badly in need of
repair and he Hoped that the
Government would bear all those
things in mind and submit such
proposals to the Secretary of
State.

Mr, O. T. Allder (L) said tha
it had been felt that since the new
engineer of the department had
been here, the extension of thr
water supply should reach the
country areas. In as much as it
was said that they would be able
to extend the service after the
engineer had arrived, some people
were very dissatisfied over the
matter, and it was made more
difficult, when, out of the alloea-
tion for the extension of the
water supply in the island, half

of that amount was spent in 5t
Michael alone
He suggested sornetime ago in

the House that that method was
wrong. The few districts which
had been promised the extension
of the service during the war
should get some _ consideration.
The taxpayers in those areas
were satisfied because of the fact
that there was some difficulty in
getting material, but since the
war had been over, it was ex-
pected that the department would
have gone to those districts and



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Seaguegaeseuueaea

there was no such thing as the |

the Government was tak- |

ago to the Manager of the Water |

House of Assembly

A RESOLUTION to approve the Book of Reference and
Plan of the proposed extension of the Waterworks in the
parish of St. Michael was passed by the House of Assembly
at their meeting yeste-day with amendments.

The Book of Reference indicates that the proposal is to lay | Lesisiative Council be invited to congur
a 4-inch diameter cast iron pipe from the existing main of |
Road along and under the Bay |!
Estate Housing Board’s private roads and land for a dis- | pioyees

therefrom two standpipes and

given them the services which
they were promised.
Fire Hazard
There was an important dis-
trict with a reasonably large
population in Stewart Hill, If a

fire were to break out one could
very well understand what the
position would be. There was
another district called Sealy Hall
in which very many valuable
buildings had been erected, but
the difficulty still existed.

| Mr. Allder said that there was
}not a good feeling existing

the pumping stations between the
resident officer and the men who
worRed at those places and he
would like to ask the senior
member for St. Michael what had
become of the Address which
was passed sometime last year in

{the House. asking the Govern-
ment to give uniforms to the
men working at those stations
| They were still wondering why
they had not heard anything
about the uniforms and he would
like the honourable member to

explain the reason for the delay
and the decision of Government
as regard the supply of the uni-
forms,

Mr. Allder also referred to
| discrimination at Bowmanston
and said that it appeared as if
the resident engineer was favour-
jing certain employees and pro-
} noting juniors over the heads of



seniors, thereby causing a certain |

imount of dissatisfaction,
| Mr. F.C. Goddard (E) drew
ionourable members’ attention to
the plan on which there was pro-
vision made for four

ed for two,

He felt that either the resolu- |
tion or the plan should be
changed and suggested that it |

should be the resolution because
four standposts for such a crowd-
ed area would be inadequate.

{ Tenantry Facilities

He knew of some tenantries
that were being developed and
the owners were offering facilities
to the tenants by allowing them
to instal water at their own
expense and many people in the
3ay Estate area would be grate-
ful for that.

Mr. D. D. Garner (C) said
that a resolution like that should
have more than two standposts
What was really worrying him
was the delay by the
Agents sending down
necessary pipes after having the
order from them for such a long
time.

There was great need for water
throughout the length and breadth
of the colony and they had voted
money for the Crown Agents to

in the

supply them with the necessary |

|
material, but the position did not |

seem to be any better now,

He said that it seemed as if

Europe was getting most of what |

England could produce and the

colonies were left to suffer. In his |

parish there were main
where people had neither water
nor light and those were thing
which all people should have,

A strong case should be made
out by the Government to urge
the Crown Agents to send down

the materials as water was some-~ |

thing which should be given to
the inhabitants of every country
at the cheapest possible rate.

He felt that whenever a house

was erected, there should
with the country districts would
know how far those people had
to travel to get water after putting
in a hard day’s work.

He was of the opinion that the
map needed revision. The island
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Yesterday
COUNCIL

Legislative
yesterday

THE
| pan,

Council* met at 2



The Council concurred in a resolu
} tom for $21,600 to supplement the Ea-
timates, 1950-51, Part I-Current, as
hown in the Supplementary Estimates,
| 950-51. No. 32, which form the Sche-

| dule to this Resolution, and that the

herein, and if concurred in,

The

Council sent to a Select Com-

ittee, a Bill to provide for at least
two weeks’ holiday with pay for em-
| The Council passed with amendment
| Bill to provide for the Establishment
of a Corporation to be known as ihe

Natural Gas Corporation, for the func-
| tions and duties of the Corporation, for
| the acquisition by or transfer to it of
| undertakings, rights and property and
| to make compensation therefor and for
} the purposes connected with the matters
foresaid

The Council postponed consideratios
| of the following: A Bill to amend the
Vestries Act

A Bill to amend the Barbados Fancy
Molasses production and Export Act.
The Counc! adjourned until Decem-
ber 5.

HOUSE

WHEN the House of Assembly
esterday Mr, M, E. Cox gave
of a Bill to amend the Trade Act,
This was later read a first time.
The House passed a resolution to ap-
prove the Book of Reference and Plan
of the proposed eXtension of Water
works in the parish of St. Michael,

The House adjourned until Tuesdsy
at 3 pm

DEATH CHAMBER WILL
COST OVER $2,000

(Prom Our Own Correspondent)
PORT-OF-SPAIN, Nov. 22.
The cost of Trinidad’s new exe-
cution chamber to be erected at
Golden Grove, the “prison with-
| out walls”, is expected to exceed
| $2,000. Freight and other equip-
ment are being imported from
the United Kingdom

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: ee AL a we The 1st December, 1950, marks the fulfilment of 25 years
i ot: Mg grt ee continuous service to the Barbados Public.

The past few ier have been a period of great difficulty due
to Controls and the increased Cost of Merchandise, but it has
provided a foundation for future progress by our careful selection
of Goods at prices that never failed to gain popular favour. We
have also increased the number of Departments, affording better
and more satisfactory service for our Customers.

Proud as we may be of these achievements, they could never
have been realised without the valuable and loyal support of our
Customers, Friends and Employees, for which we thank them
wholeheartedly, and promise to provide at all times the best
Merchandise and still better service.

To show our appreciation in a more tangible way, it has
been decided to allow a SPECIAL 5% DISCOU on all
CASH PURCHASES from $1.00 upwards on FRIDAY, 1ST
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NHE- PHANTOM We look forward to the General Public taking full advantage
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} disiali : Maile for St. Lucia, by the M.V. Lad CARE.
TELEPHONE 2508 } The followmg firms have agreed io | Joy will be closed at the General Po
—~ Si ennai lilkanccehai Wicetsalicau NOTICE close half-day for the Amnual Agricul- | Office as under wen
FOR SALE F@R RENT | agpanigal OF Ceasar cmuncet | “Guang Wednedty, Gn and: thin PARCEL & REGISTERED MAIL at ROYAL NETHERLAND
| mal certificates) will be received ais 7th_ December 5 pe. Gh ee ay leasmaber. 50. oo STEAMSHIP co. The M.V. “Caribbee” will ac-
| of ce up to 3.00 p.m. on Friday, Ist Messrs. Weatnerheads Ltd ewe: — Y cept Cargo and Pasvengers for
December, 1950, for one or more yacant ‘ William Fogarty Ltd. December, 190 } Dominica, Antiqua; Montserrat:
Christ Church Vestry Exhibition tenable T. R. Evans, — | noes’ eg a oF Kevig ana St. fives. Sailing. 1st
AUTOMOTIVE HOUSES at the Boys’ Foundation School Y. De Lime Mails for St. Lucia, Dominica, Mont s.6, ¢ , Met, December.
ali Candidates must be sons of parishion« Bookers (B'dos) Drug Ste serrat, Antigua, St. Kitts, Bermuda = ¥ The MV. “C. . M. Tannis™
CAR—Ford Prefect 1947 Modél. approx. ers in straitened circumstances, and must Ltd., Boston, &. soha MB. Halifax NS. Oy | mong Amsterdam, and Dever and Pasengers
Cc 7 Model, approx —| not be léss than nine year Cav . the Lady Nelson will be closed at the m SESTAD” ith. and 18th. ‘Trimidad, Sailing
17,500 miles and in first class condition APARTMENT — At the Camp, St.} than twelve yea S > =. ear ave Shepherd & Co., Ltd General Post Office as under N 2th. Novern
COURTESY GARAGE. Dial 4616 Lawrenc€ Gap. On-the-Sea. Fully | of the examination. — “#® O™ the date Stansfela Scott & Co.. Ltd PARCEL MAIL at 2 p.m. on the 29h : :
11.50—3n | furnished s examination G. W. Hutchinson & Co. Lid Pt | Sailing to La Guatr Vv.
28.11.50—2n . Dial $357. ‘ie Candidates must present themselves for RW. Etwarda «| November, 1950 Extra care taker of Furniture cao ete. ms. “eth. Nov
2.11.50—t.f.n, | ¢xamination, to the head: Ba Removal. “FARN 0 . ;
CAR—Vauxhall Velox 1949 Model, sean i Boys’ tion master at the Modern Dres; Shoppe, REGISTERED MAIL at 2.30 p.m. on} 8.8. “FARNSUM . November; m
Under 15,000 miles, excellent condition | FURNISHED FLAT — At “BRIAR- Becanthee He u Sghool on Friday 8th Alex Bayley & Co., + | November, 1950. Setets cane ies. ORANJESTAD” Ist. November.
co SY R FIELD", Lower ymor : Appli aA » Johnsons Stationery, 'e ly given. Dial $309 ®
Pre ee Ae Mines DAL SE ae Rene [trot ap Chie ee Mat be obtained Da Costa & Co., Ltd ORDINARY MAIL at 3 p.m. on the 29th aoe a tana Tee
.11.50—3 Michael, a bo a n- } from . ” ~~ . a 2. oth | 4 ; Georgetown, .
| pater. 26.1150-tin. ee. eet meio " Qo Rp Harrison & Co.,Ltd), | the 2th November, 1980 BARBADOS FURNITURE REMOVER | December.” ™™ ith awe eoneteie cutis
Clerk to the Vestry, ¢ * a J, N. Goddard & Sons, Ltd The Public is advised to use this op Codrin: > 2 a TION
“CYNTHIA VILLE”, Spooners Hill ¥, Christ Church H. Jason Jones & Co., Lid, portunity for Xmas mail to Canada ston, Pritton’s X Rd. Sailing to Tas,
ELECTRICAL tro NTHIA VIELE’, Spooners Hu, abit Soon Rewer 2°80, © °° were and mation | Se
rooms, one with dressing room, toilet Singer Sewing ine Co — ; . 1. .
er Asean ead casous|eud tain, and alt ctnee ae. wai tel NOTICE lta, YES COREE ee Roe | ieee es ennslcsamaninilsaaeioniillididiae =oomememreeeeeen
hand P¥idged, ih good Working order. | Dial 2550 for particulars. wana 5 of No. 44 Swan Street, which » ©, S. Pitcher & Co et Wk HAVE | s
At Man A. Weelee Shoe hoon: 28.11.50—2n.| 7th" December. “Has bone’ pony, Tunsday » Yaseen & Havnes Co., t+ G Cook ers Today REAL ESTATE ational St i
Hanewcod Alley, Phone 8 30.11.50—m.| LULCE DONUM ANNEX Ponts. | © Filday, sth December ats pan "Revere hom Esa Tans ana cams ps
11-502" | nelle, from Ist December. For partica.| COTTLE CATFORD & Co. LTD, » ‘'T. S. Garrawa¥ & Co., but WE HAVE i SOUTHBOUND
lers Dial 8350. 28.11.50—3n. | 28.11.50—2n » Gotten Esetary Ltd., A Really Good Assortment of ann ‘ Ph Satis Sails
THE sone » T. Herbert Léd., Gas Hotplates ADIAN tren lifax Boston Barbados
LIVESTOCK KIMBERLEY—St. Matthias Gap, Hast- | 70 %,SGRICULTURAL AIDS ACT, 1905. } General Traders Ltd. gerIn Superb Green Enameled | LADY RODNEY NORE 21 Nov. 27 Nov. = oe T Dee
ings. From ist December. Dial 3050, | apasmuy sreuiters holding specialty’ tiens «Johnson & Redman, Finish | LADY ee iy 2 Dec. 4 Dee. : 4 Dee.
lain 29.01,50—2n.| "Race NOTICR plantation, St. Peter, a BR. Cole & So, Ltd., And Silver Grey Utility models CADY RODNEY | 1. 1) Dee. 3. Dee. - BL Dee
YOUNG PIGS—Highclere Farm, St. 'AKE NOTICE that Thes. E. Corbi Ashby & Medford a t , wr : en 1 Jan. 19 Jan lan y
Thomas. 28.11.50—3r owner of th bo p See : : Easy to keep clean LADY NELSON . oo P ° 29 Jan.
s mt 1 Se about . obtain oo Biantatien, or a ts Sampson, Easy to we & Excellent value | 1 Feb. * Feb. 12 Feb. 13 Feb.
naomi * a an © 2700 nee ‘o., * |
COWS—One pure bred Jersey Bull Y under the provi: . ‘ a Call today and s¢e them
valf 10 days old. One half bred’ Seresy PURLIC SALES | S@ainst the Super, ‘bestasies na ” dtnee Sisbonsia Sosa ee St ewes sees newer St mn NORTHBOUND
ce days egg he cp eae ‘ ot tie said plantation to be reap- » Carlton Browne & Co., ak | Arrives Sails Arri
. . 2 50-3 | ae 195 ML. Seale & Co., — Arrives
£3,000 had already bee ca * deg BLADON Barbados Barbados
FURNITURE AUCTION ed against the said. POO aa meatus ’ ores’ Be =p Shoppe. L999 POO ites eon 24 Nov. wy Now 9 P ~ yy 101 —
aie —~—--= | Dated this 25th day of Wovember, 1950. :. / Cole's Stationery, x BiB) West LADY NELSON ol 7 Fon sf n- i Jan.
paleo oe eo By instructions received I will sell | 25.11.50—3n, 3: i ne ~ Alleyne Arthur & Co. Lid. We undertake to repair all ¥ AF.S., F.V.A. nk Gee oe 12 Feb. 2 Feb, 3 Fev.
Birch, alto Mahogaee Dining wate | PY Public Auction on the spot. To be | ———— mt i; Pee ete & kinds of Jewellery at reason- Fo ly Di & Bladon : +s gs a8 Feb. 27 Feb, 6 Mareh ° March
Dinace Waneora thd’ Dinter chang | emoved, st, Hastings, on” Thursday | « Genteat Foundry Ltd, omee «| % able prices with delivery in % | ff) “ormés™ “isos a eS Se ae ae nomen
I 2 , a : Nov ‘ nning a ; . ‘
cece = ae a Larders and/ 2 o'clock, one house called “Laven- NOTICE aarew ere, three days. S FOR SALE ders. Fares 1 eed On spphcation Be ——
Roohie Haro eae eS enem | ture’ which consists of closed Gall-' THE OLD BOY'S CRICKET MATOH eee Gnive Store, . !
Cotretral ardwood Alley, ‘Opposite / ery, Drawing and Dining Pooms, 3; Which was to take place at the Lode nt ae eet Our chief Jeweller
al}. Open daily 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.| Redrooms each with wash stand basin, | SChool on Thursday 30th inst. ha ving W. A. Griffith & Co., THE OLIVES—Upper Coliymore .
Phone 4683 3 h da in, S has owing Pre
7 28.11.50—4in. | Water toilet and Bath, } to weather conditions been postpone S. P, Musson Son & Co., Ltd; Kock. This large modern stone GARDINER AUSTIN
i see D’ , . indéfinitely ” T. Geddes Grant Ltd., " , ae
MISCELLANEOUS ae. orem see D'Arcy. A. Scott, | Clositig Tharsday 7th Onty . ‘ bungalow with about 1. aere '. le
Magazine Lane. 22.11.50 -5n. 4 W. A. FARMER, should appeal to a buyer who
~“Tatieane oLae asc daa or Readmaser. "tape tid” with 35 years experience wante (a. Sealy. Sis propery ; ae
= eser: 0 ; 29.11.50-—1n f . : ; " n i , ‘
Glass, ina, old Jewels, fine ave UNDER THE IVORY HAMMER eo _——- ” N, BE. Wilson & Co. is at your service. ruttertals, There is a large living
Yatgeoeiours. Early books, Maps. Auto-| py instructions received T awill sel ae eae Shs $ room (28 ft. x 4 ft.) gallery (48%
eral ete. at Gorringés Antique Sho, oe eae Seen wills m% ' } ft. x 10% ft.) 4 bedrooms (ghe
adjoining Royal Yacht Club. Py at noeee cee) eens ceeeee ey Stems NOTICE x ALFONSO 8B. DELIMA & CO. 23% ft. x 19 ft.) modern kitehi
Si.sote.n,| 9h Frida, It December at 2 pm. One] ROAD Lose a } pares, asemet ie eh Mantes
rg NS ts 7 Pa eer The road from Vaughans Plantation to OOO 4 + 4 gardens and orcha ell places
euUTLAN, CIGARRESN Lighwmsia| "0508 ACT EecanT OMUESTR, | Joceetâ„¢ Piattation. in the Purl Of NOTICE eeeeee eee. fo transport to town and schogts OUTWARD FROM THE UNITED KINGDOM
. ‘ays light, good quality, . Joseph is closed for repairs until further
Knight's Ltd, Auctioneer :



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tt 26.11.50—4n By order of the Ch ‘ A pretty little country home with
a ATTRACTIVE SUNSHADES for ladies — ‘ne Conihissiohers of High wie, Street for today has been post- JUST RECEIVED % hiving room, dining room, 3 bed- Vessel Due
a gents. Something new. Complete St Joseph poned. YE) rooms, kitchen, servants’ rooms, From Leares Barbados
ith ucather cases that ean be ntted! UNDER THE SILVER 29.1%.50--3n R, ARCHER McKENZIE. % | 2 warages, storerooms ete, Stora os. PHILOSOPHER” Liverpool. 15th Nov. 30th Nov
0 or strap if required. Sec an | Construction with wallaba roo! S. RAPHER” London 27 : :
Your Jewellers, Y. De LIM 50; ingles, Fertile ove = ; : th Nov. 10th Dec.
LID, % Broad ied HAMMER DIM it; “ssree patted atound house GS, Sona. ., Liverpool 30th Nov. 14th Dec.
26.11.50—en. |, ON. THURSDAY 30th by order of THERMOS VACUUM } with shrubs and trées, remainder ‘S. “COLONTAL Newport and
Soanioie 2 bles a eae a ie rs a ok will seil at “Rock GOVERNMENT NOTICES | cane, option further 2% acre Glasgow 2nd Dee 1th Dee
-— New Morris § \° ndo"’, Cave Hi is Furnit vhich ) eeneland Ss ” : .
Cushions imperior $9.00 v2 Sale nt is both Modern and “Antate ad JARS ak. S.S. DEFENDER ..M/brough $
sprung $6.00. Ralph Beard’s Show Rooms, which includes VELLA ROSA—Patsage Road London 2nd Dec. 20th Dec.
ardwood Alley, Phone an Saar ee Weegon. Ornament Table FOWL TYPHOID Wide Mouth > City, Attractive and centrally em
ae e A1.p0—an, | igh ree, Cow, Peg, Sang Table Cree ire Pee ee eee
dition, "Wen Secary te Sow Ca. ma. Rockers, Fiat “Top Denke Sout An outbreak of fowl typhoid has been confirmed in a flock of _ imately 34,000 equare tev This HOMEWARD FOR THE UNITED KINGDOM
; .W.C.A, ’ esk, Als: , y contains # :
4659. 27.11.50.—3n, Canterbury all in old Mahogany: Lady's} about thirty (30) hens, and reports have come in of sudden deaths R LS ‘wont “aiitery, lstge Tounite. racer! For Closes in Barbados
ee javen 5 ‘2 ic s . * + EFILLS 4 i tr .
i oe Meant Sr tea te 2 | Palntings, Inlaid Chess toni, pictures! cr death after a short illness from several sources in the Brittons Hill separa EN ies ee S.S. “LLOYDCREST” London ith Dee,
¢ uart sizes for all classes of | Desk, Clock, Piano by Broadwood i € ‘ 201 °
SOURTEEY DADA Dk ae used. | (perfect condition), Glass und’ Chink, area of St. Michael. -, oe eae? i eae ed For further information apply to eo
Pe cgi yeraeee Cut Glass, Decanters and Fruit Dishall This disease is very infectious, readily communicable to other EXTENSIVE Lovano SF soe”
.11,50-—an, viet, China, Fru ‘ , CLASS PR ;
and Tea Services and Lunch Plates: | fowls and very acute in character, Outbreaks frequently occur during TAILABLE DACOSTA & CO., LTD —Age
FOUNTAIN PENS—La. seat Gea rhe — 2 ’ : _LAND ALWAYS AY r mm e nts
to.pdlect thom. From $100 ip Rion Pha Rode tee Sood, Grama’) the rainy season. Mortality rate can be as high as 100% in recently C. CARLTON BROWNE ws tf
Le. 11.50—2n as eet Brecon Sams; Cone infected flocks. 2 Whotessle & Retail Draggist
SA aeeient caren’, aeiaanaae . rator, Mird, Presses, eng ; the
jul teteas eatente eee STRINGS ing Tables, M.T wWashatands, Old Lirien Symptoms. Affected fowls show loss of appetite, appear dull and | 2 136, Reebuck St. Dial 2818 RENTALS ‘ °
’ f ’ _ ‘ esess, a r gany; Double and : . : :
nf AOI Single tion Theadstendy and. tivrinne, 1 listless and often have diarrhoea sulphur-yellow in colour. bs gd 4 0A PldLad yet eet tutgebion BHACIY HOUSD- at tavwrened Cire. GLE. TRA NSATI ANTIQUE
——— | Mosq. Nets, Zine Top Tables, 2-B er i is i | y' , Ss are Available February inward,
eAQLD JEWELLERY — Consiéting of | Valor Oil Stove, Coal Stove (practical | UOT Of the disease is from one to tan days oF even longer. Birds ae | | eres asseey |B) Pirnisnea > (French Line)
pendants Al new goods, — Sesatient ae Larder, ‘Large Jars: Horse, 3-| Often found dead in the morning without showing symptoms of illness (; ‘ Z in
Xmas Gifts, See Your Jewellers, Y. De | \"°e!*! én: Skin Saddle, Books in-| the night before. ~ ‘ . INGE ioc Pe seas.
Lima & Co., Ltd,, 20, Broad Street, cluding ibbons History of Rome and ) oR Very pleasant a bedroomed pro~
Bridgetown. ieoeen. | eee Mas : tte, oak Post Mortem. Catarrhal inflamation of the intestine is often founa |} F SA LE perty Wii ah sere. Of . eral
Bus No. 23 passes the Gap every j Long lease if required, aes
LARGE CHILDREN'S PLAY HOUSE. a Hour, Sale 11.30 o'clock. Terms} and an enlarged congested and friable liver. ) MACHINERY AT WILDEY CUMMMIRLAID WARE t04 S.S. “COLOMBIE" Sailing to Trinidad, La Quayra, Curatao
= ee r * | Cas 7 n SE, o * rs a ’
Sr Oe RAD SARTO YaIe GRRE Snes BRANKER, TROTMAN & CO Prevention & Control. Any bird showing signs of illness should Te Germans: rington Mill, Unfurnished, Pleasant camanes and Jamaica on December |]-
ae] : 7 26.11.50- : ST. MICHAEL old property with 2 atres ot . :
BDA BOON, ptrartintettedbiheneresensitibeheditialtediimenans | at once be isolated from the rest of the flock. garden S.S. “COLOMBIE”
j PEARL I have been instructed by the Com- ; ’ \ : : ane B ad Salling to Plymouth and Le Havre via
| banded econ eae $1.20 Fs ots eee missioner of Bolles to sell at’ Céntrat Infection is spread through the droppings hence strict sanitary sane oa ts MODERN FURNiseie eae re a Guadeloupe on Decem-
u aT! Station, on Monday next the 4th Ad x iss . n wks he can ary near town, 3 b ‘Ooms, ne er P 0.
ane ae Bg i Magee December, beginning at 2 o'clock the | Measures comprise the most effective method of controlling and pre 20” x 30”, Complete. Lease, S.S. “GASCOGNE” Sailing to Trinidad and French Guiana
Jewellers, ¥, De LIMA & Co., Ltd., 20, | lowing stems: — (2), Tin buckets, it) | venting the disease. ENGINE and GEARING; SUNSET HOUSE: St. — Jamet on December 28th 1950 *
Broad Street, Bridgetown. ye | nany other items, | ap aes Geo, Fletcher & Co, - Avatinbie= January. “On Conat, S.S. “GASCOGNE” Sailihg to PI han
y a 23.11.50-8n. iy Sat A emis: Recently purchased birds should be isolated for at least fourteen MEG. ASS ELEVATOR .- (( Good bathing, Pane furdiyned ‘ e Me g to Plymouth and Le Harvre via
A. § ; n ‘ L. wd . artinique and Guadeloupe
RAIN COATS, RAIN COATS: At $214 philip es (14) days before being allowed to join the flock. —Single Strand WANTED: Unfurnished Housé 3rd. 1981 , oe 8 eee
gach lovely colours in Plastic for Ladies mt, a No really effective treatment of affected birds is known. ' BOILER: or apartment $40 to $60 monthly All ships accepting Passengers, Cargo and Mail,
Would make a lovely Xmas Gift t00:| petition at iy otice VICTORIA STREET 26.11.50,—3n Multitubular 7ft x 12¢t. S.S. “COLOMBIE” First, Cabin and Tourist Class Passages
. S : 5 ‘| petition at my office VICTORIA STREE — ss r ‘ : ‘ ¥ ome - - .
THANI BROS. Pr. Win, Henry Street.| Gn FRIDAY Ikt DEC, at 2. pm. 3000 PCED Witke tr y uersin. SALE §'S. “GASCOGNE” First Class passages Only.
. .11,.50—t.f.n, sGuare feet of land sat CHAPMAN 7 ae \ A CTI Al
“Senwhanhin Gwe pe n=. | LANE _& CHAPMANS X LANE. Apply i RAW JUICE P >, le
VEGETABLE SHEDS. — A fresh tup-| FON CONDITIONS OF SALE. TO APPOINTMENTS TO EXECUTIVE GRADE IN THE I UMI Dauble For further Particulars apply to:—
Mata) a ek ee ee R, ARCHER McKENZIE CIVIL SERVICE 600 gl 5 cach HOT LIQUOR | is Cabin Launch
mited. 12 cents ey package. eee neh 41 ae A ss ” rs . 3 tIns, eac rT, } i
Hee ta 1180-80. | eee: 26.11.50-—4n Attention is drawn to paragraph 5 of the Government Notice in 500 mips. each. HOT LIQUOR b
ra are the Official Gazette of 27th N be lating to tt ecutiv PUMPS. Two, Single Action 19 foot Cabin Launch. Bait at , ” Agen
XMAS TREE DECORATIONS—Special e oO ovember relating to the new executive EVAPORATOR., ASPINAL Cowes, Fitted Gray Phat 4
discount ot 10% py applying on all REAL ESTATE grade ($1,728—$3,456) in the Civil Service. PANS. One tarse, one small HP. .Fingine Broues 0 ng
purchases of these decorations. For a Lanes . “3 : : cd Ste, : " IRESSERS The, throughout, Laminat ahogany
limited period only. See your jewellers, | ————-———— ——_____— c Applications to sit the examination are invited from external peingt F RESSES, Twe ’ Construction, To be sold by
Cae Try Gee tad wy erghd altceet , ON THE SBA candidates who are the holders of academic or professional qualifica- INTEJUS,, MEGASS Auction at entrance to Aquatic T0. DAY'S NEWS
P he val Ur ATT Y . mm , 4 _ r y | a t
pepe 29.11.50—O0.} seoaern’ Bandalow, 9 bedreoms, two|tions (of degree standard) and should be addressed to the Colonial Tint ieee oe Fo ee Tpastapes' 4 x FLASH SBA VIEW
axacut — That desirable yacht “VA- a. Overlooking nen now pore Secretary, Secretariat, Bridgetown, setting owt the usual particulars ROPE BI OCKS MILL wet eens
ABOND". Tel. J. A, Reid, Lone Star] bathing beach. od Yae nehorage. Sse ye ic pee bo [ bas sOCKS ,
Garage. Dial 91-33. 22.11.50—12n, | Phone 91-50, 16.11.50—t.f.n, pad sme of birth, academic qualifications, career and practical ENGINE and GEARING John bd. Biadon 49 COLT REVOLVER
—t 5 rience, if any. Duncan Stewart. PIPING AS GOOD
ZEPTO CILS: i HOUSE — One Board and shingled ’ hia overt. AUCTIONPER, OOD AS NEW
from the teeth: Keep one handy” Kriah' So 91 38 9 te ea eee acer, ee ee ee ee eee reno get and BITTINGS. Potted 0, ONLY HASTINGS, BARBADOS
. 28.11.5 .| roof. In good co’ jon. y Messrs} such é ications. 28.11.50-——<é y CKS
| Clarice “und Tucker. Phone 2206, ore Rep Hre ons 28.11.50 "| ICKS be _ Police Licence necessary yee
, 24.11,50—6n Apply to... R ‘ATE AG ; STOCKED BAR
} WANTED ——iGRBING atta yon bala Attention is drawn to the Control of Prices (Defence) (Amend- | Saag a AUCTIONEER MIRRORS RATES: $5.00 per Day &
Rast? Square feet of land in PINE|ment) Order, 1950, No. 37 which will be published in the Official | a Gaatar ents pi at upwards
HELP BO alee venue and adjoining (Gazette of Monday, 27th November, 1950. iy shan dey aintation. {\!, | PLANTATIONS BUILDING JOHNSON’ . (Inclusive)
“Neath”, the residence of wir, Chees- 2. Under this Order the maximum retail selling price of vena 29.11.50.—3n Fhens 6060 AND HARDWARE ete"
— For our Oil Mill Depart- mH : x F i Mrs. W. S. HOWELL

The land will be set up for sale by
public competition at our office, James |
Street, Bridgetown, on Friday Ist ARTICLE
Deember, ee Li Re |

joyce, Solicitors. ;
ae ft 22.11.50—9n. |

CLERK “Cement” is as follows: —
ment. Apply, in person and by letter to - hows:

the Manager Barbados
Cotton Factory Ltd.



Co-operative

SS ee
29,41.50—3n,

Your CAR deserves the Best OIL you can obtain.



RETAIL PRICE
(not more than)



STENOTYPIST — Apply by letter in
frst instance. G, L. W. Clarke & Co.,







Solicitors, P.O. Box 275,
25,11.50—6n

SITUATION VACANT

AGER — Large Stationery

store in Trinidad. Write stating ex-

perience and qualifications to P.O. Box

434, Port-of-Spain _ enclosing recent

Photograph. Salary according to abili-

ty. Minimum $3,600.00 per annum plus
commission.

23.11.50—12n.

as No. 44 Swan Street, being a three
storey building standing on 2,980 square
feet of land and abutting on Swan Street
and Bolton Lane. Together with the
Goodwill and stock in trade of the busi-
ness known as the “Supply Stores” car-
ried on in the ground floor of the sgld

Issue



PART ONE ORDERS
B:

y
Lieut.-Col. J, Connell, O.B.E., E.D.,
Commanding,

The Barbados Regiment.

50.

|
FOR SALE at Public Competition «it CEMENT a iy oe $1.95 per bag of 94 Ib
the office of the Bape on Friday ‘
th.day of December, 1950, at 2 p.m Dy
ALL ‘THAT mes-uage or store known 27th November, 1950 28.11.50—2n Ei



(1) Take

the normal amount required

We recommend

GERM MOTOILS

obtainable in ordinary or detergent gtadeés.

CENTRAL FOUNDRY LTD.

Gasolene Service Station — rrafalgar St,




No, 44. 24 Nov.




ding.
OTe partion and further particulars

apply to the Manager of the Supply





to buy a Man's Shirt.

STITCHERS WANTED
Call at the Adeil Shirt Factory,

PARADES — Training



No. @
























Stores. All ranks will parade at Regimental Headquarters on Thursday 30 Nov. 50 at 3 = SS z
Swan Street, you must have your own COTTLE, CATFORD & CO, 1700 hours. All Other Ranks will be under the R.S.M. (I) for drill parade 7
machines, Richard E. Phipps. 14.11.50—-11n There will be no further Regimental parades until after Christmas (2) P t h If f it b k ‘. Seo us for the following =
28,11.50—3n. peat . . : , y 3 u a
LADY with knowledg ———""| RUGBY — 10th Avenue (2nd house |? QRDERLY OFFICER AND ORDERLY SERJEANT FOR WEEK ENDIN( ° 1 ac: in your STUFFED OLIVES (Large & Small), MORTON.S MIXED
nowledge of Shorthand | from Pine Road), Belleville, St. Michael, I > ’ . .
and Typing requires position as Hotel | standing on 3,712 square feet of land and Orderly Officer Lieut. T, A. Gittens Pocket I ICKLES, MORTON'S. CHOW, ‘CHOW, PAULINE
Office Assistant or Receptionist. Reply | containing closed gallery, drawing and ‘i ae, Serjeant 384 L/S Laurie, C, K P PICKLES, ZESTO PICKLES, CHEF SAUCE. HEINZ
M ee Eee: | dining rooms, s iitohonette er uaa : “Orderly “Officer Lieut. EB, R. Goddard ' ; rOMATO CHUTNEY, CHEF TOMATO KETCHUP,
: MISCELLANEOUS running Wet ane room and, garaige Orderly Serjeant 278 L/S Williams, S. D. (8) What Ss left will buy you a RELIANCE ae ue kee Sot skorts Reutae on
in yard. Inspection 10 a.m. to noon. M. L. D. SKEWES-COX, Major ny, Ma L ;, ;
xES — d 3 p.m, to 440 pan. on week dane. S.0.L.F. & Adjutant, ‘ PICKLED ONIONS, —
Beer ice than “cortugated ‘card. | on application to Mrs, Robinson, on the Novice Th Batbados Regiment. SHIRT of perfect fit and guaranteed Also an Assortment of

Apply Advocate Binding Dept. Premises. erty will be set up fot sale HEINZ MALT VINEGAR (Large & Small), CROSS &

Officers are reminded that there wiM be an Officers’ Mess Meeting on Saturday


































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by public Competition at our ce, 2 Dec, 50 at 2015 hours. Honorary members may attend at 2045 hours. quality. BLACKWELL DISTILLED VINEGAR, CROSS & BLACK-
James Sires, . eeansiown on Friday odie alice iment Il ORDERS heheaas, sai 41 ~~ vee at VINEGAR, ESTCOURTS TOMATO SAUCE
CAR — One (1) Austin 1936 Model | 1st December < al . THE DOS REGIME ‘ ONLY JEIG ORCESTER SAUCE, CERCHRO TABLE
10 ip a good working order, price YEARWOOD & Hat be 24TH NOVEMBER, 1950 SHEET 1 & 2 THE RO YAL STORE SALT in (Jars. Bottles & Vials), LYLE GOLDEN SYRUP,
ndvboate Advis Oflice. pply » e/e 22,11.50—98n || STRENGTH INCREASE—Attestations Place Your Orders Early
612—3. | ——— il wet un fod. date 4 strength wet y x
"| ane andggaaned wil top Mme | a1 Me Goddard B. . Awteted and taken on streneth No. 2 HIGH STREET JOHN D. TAYLOR & SONS LTD.
g y a a eir 1c NO, = ; ’
Lota Marae: ataee aaa. ye Bridgetown, ag : ee the ist day of asd Pie Spriieer, 8 hides oceans: We Th Shi t E x f B b d Roebuck St. Dial 4335
Jewellers, Y. De Lima & Co, Ltd., 20,| December Tence Shares ot £1. eath in 493, Reid, C. 511 ,, Daniel, J. e ir mporium oO arbados
Broad Street, Bridgetown. the Barbados Telephone Co. Lid. 494 || Phillips, F. 512 |, Beckles, McD
26.11.50—12n.| "Ye ‘Ordinary Shares of, $5.00 each in 495, Phillips, C: 613 |, Dunnah, Noo
TUITION given in Spanish, French,| The West India Biscuit Co. Ltd. 497" MeCollin, © 515°, Harris, DeL.
German and® Ytalian. by Mrs, MARIA| 50 Preference Shares Radio Distribu- 498 |. Phillips, ‘J. 7. 516 ;, Stuart, R. _ ee :
- CARLOTTA GONSALVES formerly on| tion (B’dos) Limited . co 499 ., Yearwood, C, N. 517 ,, Springer, W.
Star oe ver ome’ | Cone Carrom eB | HR: Homey BS ’ FACTORY MANAGERS
Will also undertake tran:lations. a Si ” layers, B. 5 at 1. a
Call between 2.30 and 6 p. m. S495 OOOO 502 ,, McConney, A. 520 ,, Callender, ff. Z ¢ ISTEMPER
Santa Clata, St. Lawrenee Gap. Bar- I Ost pod MeConney, (C st . po ti Mh
o m . : & . .
x bados. 25.11,50-—6n. saPs 505." Sten, Dec aoe” Seathwalte, is 30) 2 Take this opportunity of obtaining your requirements in :—~
j as 506 |, Gibbs, R.A 524°, Branker, F. N i
oat ae. Guia. ¢, a6 Brads | “% WATER PAINT
5 526 : , Cc. M
” ‘or . Ta oS DOG—One brown dog in the aan = ete a I , sparse : . a? ¢ GALVANISED & STEAM PIPE +
rille r to the name ot " Attested and taken on strenci)
¥ . | ee Pindar vewatded on returning on w.ef. 16 Nov. 50 Ranging from “4 in, upwards
F Semin ee 29 11 0- ‘an ee 278 L/C Williams, B. E “A” Cos is a recognised first grede WwW AT E R P Al N T MILD Ss EL
a 448 Pte Rudder, G. ‘ } TE:
i Promoted Cpl w.ef. 17 Nov. 0. | :
* e 7. OOP PPLE VPPEPVSPOTE, 2 LPAVE — PRIVILEGE so'baa Chaveerion’s / Being oil-bound, easy of application Flats, Rounds, Squares in all Sizes
illed in inufes iS g i te Granted. 1 Week P/Leave w.cf and of outstanding covering
1% a 7 ¢ oy fnw | & . *
ig : “7 1" ’ ¥ 6 Nov. 50. + capacity, it is ideally suited for all
. \ f $ M. L. D, SKEWES-COX. Major Sere eae BOLTS TSs—
» Your skin has nearly 50 million tiny seams | % ( HAUSTIAN Nt TEN Ui x SOL & Adjutant, interior decorative purposes where & NU All Sizes
and pores where pee a and apne. % x The Barbados: etn 4 ahigh standard flat finish is desired, :
tching, Cracking, Eezema, Peeling, \ ; :
Burning, Acne, Ringworm, Peoriasis, | % x FILTER CLOTH—-White Cotton Twill
Blackheads, Pimples, Foot Itch and othér | =-The Thanksgiving Service % STOCKED BY ALL THE At PRICE
blemishes. ort vacause they do not kil |% of First Church of Christ, § THERAPEUTIC SUBSTANCES ACT, 1949 LEADING STORES S that cannot be repeated.
the germ cause. The new discovery, ize: x Scientist, a ah a will S Sole manufacturers : ‘i
» germs 7 vute: ‘ p . hursday eve- T is hereby iff j 1 é ~utie Sub- 5
Srarniten en ‘aes SD ott, cheer aateRO- % be ad, pe Tee, eve: % IT ¥ he pond — = ao = the Thetap« ~~ “es SISSONS BROTHERS & CO., LTD., HULL, Ena. The BARBADOS FOUNDRY Lid
ve | ; iing, ! f ell sinnice 4. If All « ' ) Piecta-
tive, smooth ae Die ene! cage. ¢ % 8 p.m. at the Church in Bay ¥]’ as ea) sinh shade | 2 ectioe ye a ae ee oF es ae “ 7
beck on return of empty, your enemist |% Street %|mation. Medical practitioners, druggists and other interested parties) “aos Co-Operative Cdtton Factor Plantations Ltd WHITE PARK ROAD, ST, MICHAEL
a at @ today and re- | ¥ : ¥% |are advised to make themselves acquainted with the provisions of the! ‘ “sy , ae
Nixoderm n real|% Allare cordially invited. $ : : . a T. Herbert Ltd. C. F. Harrison & Co. (B’dos) Ltd.
ca skin | % : % | Act copies of w hn may be obtained at the Colonial Secr ; A. Barnes & Co. Ltd Carter & Co
For Skin Troubles tx 1/79 L% % | Office at 18 cents a copy. ai

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4 < > 1
— é LEE FSS SS PESOS? .

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PAGE EIGHT



The English cricket team now touring Australia has no

before the first Test.

the balil.—Eapress

Dewes Scores
117 Out Of 291

BRISBANE, Nov. 28.

John Dewes, Cambridge Univer-
sity and Middlesex left-hander,
scored a fighting century for the
M.C.C. in the match against
Queensland which ended in a draw
here today.

Replying to Queensland’s 305
the MCC made 291 and when the
match ended Queensland had
made five for one wicket.

Dewes’ innings of 117, his high-
est of the tour so far, almost
certainly assured him of a place
in the England team to meet Aus-
tralia in the first Test starting on
the same ground on Friday.

His century took four hours, 33
minutes and he hit 11 fours.

Dewes and Cyril Washbrook
(81) put on 108 for the fourth
wicket. Len Johnson took six
MCC wickets for 66 runs.
QUEENSLAND 1ST INNINGS 305

MCC. First Innings.
Hutton b Johnson ... vevshenneee
Washbrook b Johnson a1

Simpson c Raymer b Johmeon ge
Compton e Archer b Me Cool 28
Dewes c Johnson b Raymer . 1



Close b Johnson .........0+5+-
Brown ¢ Archer b Johnson .
Evams b Raymer ....
Bedser b Johnson
Wiar b Me Cool
Hotiies not out . ‘ vivavreee ©
Extras (6 byes, 2 leg byes, lino ball) 3



0
paledy ba aryne 8
<6 noha yeh.e 0
10

3

POH cs eancyicea veces yt ostene eee

Fall of wickets: 1--2, 2—13, 3—12, 4—

190, 5—182, 6—200, 1—215, 8—215, 9—
252.

oO M R w
Johnson weak * 4 ° é

an soot .
OME cool a... 4 7 «110 2
Raymer ae 35.5 17 51 2
Areher : «Ad 3 26 0
Mackay a 2 o Ww Oo
QUEENSLAND — Second Innings

Raymer b Warr
Chapman not out
Toovey not out ... Sata Wee

Extras .....:.->



4
0

1

5

Total (for 1; wicket)

Fall of wicket 1—0.
BOWLING irae ae
a

R w

Warr aaa a 2 9 1

Redse tages 8 92. ae
anert —Reuter.



N.S. Wales Beat
S. Australia

ADELAIDE, Nov. 28.

New South Wales, Sheffiela
Shield holders, defeated South
Australia by 45 runs on the first
innings in their four-day match
which ended here today.

South Australia scored 439 in
their first innings, Graeme Hole
making 95, and Lance Duldig 92.
and followed with 127 for four
wickets in their second innings,
Hole scoring 54.

New South Wales had a first
innings total of 484, R. James
seoring 111, and DeCourcey 82.

Keith Miller, most prolific
scorer this season, was bowled
first ball for 0.

—Reuter.

Cambridge Crew
For Florida

LONDON.

A strong Cambrigs University
crew is going to Palm Beach,
Florida, to row against Yale on
New Year’s Day.

It will not be the crew which
won the Oxford-Cambridge duel
this year, but the complete “Lady
Margaret” eight that competed
against Yale at the Henley
Regatta. ’

In order to please their hosts
the erew will row with light blue
blades, under the _ title of
“Goldie,” usually given to the
Cambridge second eight.

R. H. Symonds, coach of both
Lady Margaret and Cambridge
University, will be in charge 0!
the English crew.—(I.N.S.)





They'll “Do Ic Every































BARBADOS ADVOCATE





sal boi OES a:

ee,
" z eid ae
t+ been too successful in the preliminary matches
In the M.C.C. Match against New South Wales at Sydney,

South Wales takes a swipe at a ball from Bedser but misses, and wicket-keeper A, J. MacIntyre takes

| the Island, and in particular direc- Water Extension



4

Keith Miller, of New



| Council Send Back Gas Bill

From Page 1
away. It might be coming from
under the sea. It was a gamble
to say that the supply would last
another ten years or any length
of time for that matter.

The Hon. Acting
Secretary disagreed with

deletion on the grounds that it|

would tie the hands of Govern-

ment in supplying gas to an
unecanomic area even if the
profits from economic areas

allowed this or it had been agreed
by the Legislature to subsidise
such an act, -

It was not unknown in other
eduntries that a public utility
such as transport would be sup-
plied to an uneconomic area
backed up by a subsidy from Gov-
ernment.

The deletion of that
would tie Government’s
in that respect.

The whole issue rested on
the question as to whether they
were to have a profit-making
public utility run by Govern-
ment, or a public utility run by
Government for the benefit of
the people subject to subsidisa—
tion as approved by the Legis-
lature,

The section was deleted,

Continuing this line of argument
the Hon. G. B. Evelyn moved

section
hands

the deletion of section 17 of the
bill that read:—
17. The rates and scales of

charges for natural gas shall be
submitted by the Corporation for
the approval of the Governor-in-
Executive Committee.

The motion for the deletion
was carried on the same division
and Mr. Evelyn — successfully
moved the insertion of the fol-
lowing section in its place:—

“When fixing the rates and
scales of charges for natural gas
the Corporation shall take into
account the cost to the Govern-
ment or the Corporation of money
paid by the way of compensation,
purchase or otherwise, for an

the machinery, pipeline, other
necessary appliances and the
general expenses for carrying op
the undertaking and shall submit
such rates for the appreval of the
Governor ~ in —- Executive Com-
mittee ”

The other main amendment by
Mr. Evelyn was in connection
with section 18 which read:—

18. (1) Subject to the provis-
ions of this Act, the privately
owned natural gas plant, speci-
fied in the Schedule to this Act,
owned and operated by the peg-
son specified therein prior to the
commencement of this Act, shall
on a day to be appointed by the
Governor-in-Executive | Commit-
tee by notice in the Official Gaz-
ette (hereinafter referred to as
the appointed day) be transferred
to the Corporation.

(2) Upon the appointed day,
the natural gas plant specified in
the Schedule to this Act, shall by
virtue of this Act, be transferred
to and vest in the Corporation
without further assurance.

(8) Until the appointed day
such person shall keep and main-
tain such natural gas plant in as
an efficient condition as thereto-
fore.

(4) When the property in
any natural gas plant is vested in
the Corporation in accordance
with the provisions of this sec-
tion. the corporation shall pay
therefor compensation as herein-
after provided.

(5) Compensation payable
under this section shall, in de-
fault of determination by agree-
ment, be determined by arbitra-
tion.

(6) The provisions of sec-
tions fifteen to twenty, both
| inclusive, of the Land Acquisition
Act, 1949, with the necessary



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modifications and
shall have effect in
such arbitration.

; (7) The amount of compen-
sation determined by agreement
or arbitration and any expenses
incurred by the Corporation in

adaptations
respect of

plant under the provisions of this
section shall in the first place be

|paid out of the Public Treasury

on the warrant of the Governor-
in-Executive Committee, but the!
Corporation shall repay to the
Government such compensation
and expenses.

With regard to sub-section 5
Hon, G. B. Evelyn thought that
some consideration should be
given to the time which would be }
taken over arbitration and moved
that the following words be in-\
serted after the end of the sub-
section: —

“and the amounts fixed by
agreement or arbitration shall
carry interest at the rate of 4%
per annum from ‘the appointed
day”.

_ this was carried without divi-
sion.

After some minor amendments
the bill was given its second and
third reading and passed with
amendments by the Council.

Landslides were common in that
part of the country and a landslide
might well close the fissure ana
that source of supply would end.

The Government had told the
British Union Oil Company that
they were unable to guarantee
any protection in case someone
else bored and tapped their gas
supply, but in the same breath
they had said that they them-
selves ‘were going to take over

a liability against which they

were unable to guarantee some-

body else.

That was a bad form of states-
manship. The British Union Oil
Company had a limited number of
experts here who could deal with
any accidents to the gas well. If
anything happened, because of
liaison with Trinidad Leaseholds
Ltd., they would be able to get
help and the necessary apparatus

Government had no apparatus
nor did they have any expert or
apparatus to deal with any acci-
dent to the gas well, After what
had happened with Trinidad
Leaseholds in their negotiations
wiin Government over another
matter he did not imagine that
the Directors of Trinidad Lease-
holds, would be too anxious to
lean their apparatus to this Gov-
ernment when they were in
dilemma of this sort.

$1,000,000 Gamble

Hon, Dr. Massiah also pointec
out that ‘as was the case in other
countries, the cost of gas was
based upon that of fue] oil. At
present this was fairly high. If
fuel oil became more substantia’
in Barbados through the activities
of another country, then the pricc
would drop and so would the price
of natural gas. The Governmen!
would then be in a very difficuli
financial condition,

They had ,discovered in thei:
investigations that it was going tc
cost the taxpayers of this islanc
one million to one million and e
quarter dollars for a gamble. He
thought that even at this late hour
Government ought to endeavour
to reach an agreement with the
B.U.O.C,

The Hon'ble the Lord Bishop
explained that he had been un-
able to attend more than a single
meeting of the Select Committec
and had asked to be allowed &
consider its report as an ordinary
member of the Council.

The Council deleted section 1:
of the Bill that read:—

15. The Governor-in-Executiv.
Committee may give to the Cor
poration such directions of a gen
eral character as appear to th
Governor-in-Executive Committee
to be requisite in the interests 0°







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tions as to:— }
(a) the expansion of existing |
natural gas undertakings:

(b) the establishment and



working of new natural) majority of the péople’s homes.

gas undertakings;
the rendering of services
and the supply of natural

(c)

gas to any government
department, school or
public body;

(a) the creation and applica-
tion of a genera] reserve
notwithstanding that the
directions may be of a_ specific
character;
the Corporation shall Hive
effect to such directions.

Voting in favour of the deietion
of the section were the Hons.

| Challenor, Massiah, Gittens, Hut-

son, Mrs. Hanschell, Evelyn, Dr.
31. John, Pile. Against the motion
for the deletion were *he Hons.
the Lord Bishop, Cuke and the
Acting Colonial Secretary .

Hon. G. B. Evelyn who made
the motion for the deletion gave
as his reason the fact that it was
the feeling that the Corporation
should ke run as a business con-
sern untrammellied by any political
consideration.

Hon. G. D. L. Pile who second-
ed the motion said that the Execu-
tive Committee had on it four re-
presentatives of the ruling party
in the Other Place and as such
would exercise a political in-
fluence on the Corporation by vir-
tue of the powers extended in that
section and he . agreed that it
should be deleted and the Cor-
poration run as a business concern
free from any political bias.

ee The Weather

TO-DAY
Sun Rises: 6.00 a.m,
Sun Sets: 5.36 p.m,
Moon (Last Quarter)
December 2
Lighting: 6,00 p.m,
High Water: 8.13 a.m.; 7,18 |
p.m





YESTERDAY
Rainfall (Codrington):
.70 in
Total for Month to Yester- |
day: 15.06 ins. |
Temperature (Max.) 82.0° F
Temperature (Min.) 72.5° F
Wind Direction: (9 a.m.)
S.8.W.; (3 pm.) E.N.E
Wind Velocity: 5 miles per
hour
Barometer: (9 a.m.) 29.880;
(3 p.m.) 29.809



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W hat’s on To-day

Court of Grand Sessions
continue at 10 a.m,

Inquiry into fatal accident, |
resulting in death of
Moses Lewis in Black
Rock Road on Sunday,
continues at 2 p.m. before
Mr. H. A. Talma.

The Mobile Cinema gives a
show at Lowthers Planta-
tion yard, Christ Ciurch,
at 7,30 p.m.

The Police Band, under the
direction of Capt. C. E.
Raison, gives a concert at
District “D” Police Sta- |!
tion at 7.45 p.m.

Mr. Robert Turner, newly
appointed Colonial Secre-
tary of Barbados, arrives
today by S.S. “Bonaire”.

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WEDNESDAY, Nov. 29
No. 8—R v Wendell King
No. 13—R v Leon Taylor
No, 18—R v Clifton Reid |!

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Mr. Miller (LL) said that he
would have liked to associate him-
self with some of the sentiments
expressed by Mr. Garner, He felt
that water should be in every
house,

He was of the opinion that a
special department be created and

called the “distribution depart-
ment”. The complete Water-
works Department wanted over-
hauling.

The new distribution depart-
ment should be organised by the
Government and a few more
plumbers employed.

Mr, Miller said that it was his
hope that the Government would
reduce the cost of installation so
that many more people would be
able to have water turned into
their homes.

He said that Port-of-Spain,
which is smaller than Barbados,
had more water mains than the
whole of Barbados. “In every lit-
tle village, every little house has
its water supply”, he said. He
was hoping that the Government
would pay some attention to his
idea,

Mr. Crawford (C) said that
there was no single member of
the’ House whom he felt did not
know the great lack of adequate
water supply in Barbados.

Over four years ago, the House
had put half million dollars at the
disposal of the Government to
procure equipment. He realised
that the main difficulty was to get |
the equipment, |

He wanted to throw out the
suggestion that if the British Gov-
ernment could not supply the
equipment, it was available from
the United States.

He said that it was therefore
left to the local Government to
make out a case with the British

' Government and ask for a licence

to get the equipment from outside
the sterling area.

Mr. D. A, Foster (L) said that
some time ago, he asked the ques-
tion about water for the Church
Village district in Hillaby, St. An-
drew. He hoped that the Govern-
ment would soon go to their aid.

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Mr. Cox (L) said that he was
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WKONKSDAY. MiWMKIK 1*. 150 ^ t I n.\iiii\nos \nvo( iti PAO*. SF.VKN CLASSIFIED ADS. w—i TELEPHONf ?900 FOU SALE AfTOMoTIVE d Prefet-t tat: \i.Hti. I7.W0 rule* and in flra. flw> Co COVRTaaaY UAftAUE Dm Ml* i hall Vein MiH U HI it COWTTI >\ OARAGE ELECTRICAL FRUXMS Several good aeoond f-fil Fridge, in good working ,.ioVr Al lUlph A Be-rd %  %  Hardwood Alley Phonr 4M1. LIVESTOCK I-1GSH.ghcleir Farm. COWS—On* Butt JMI 10 d:,i. aid V Heller C Farm XI Thornaa i brad j.i-" njunmmM rURN'ITL'Ki: !-rge variety el CotS* tr table* m Mahogant Blreh. al o Mahogany Dining T-r-le*, Dinner Waggona and Dinner Chair*. 4 good entile* o( 3ldebo..ril*. Larder* and "•*!• J Ralph Beard* Show lloont*. Hardwood All.-<>BT'*tt* Cathedral) Open daily %  n nv to 4 pm *mon* M9 n |i.to dr. MISCELLANEOUS adjoining Bo> al Yacht Club IIB-II. AISTIUA.N I None belter, a Krugur* Ltd %  ti ATTRACTIVF RUN^IIADIJnd gent*. KomrOiliul m %  •Uth lr..iher r.tr. IhM can b. Hud I" TOUT toll or *lrap If required "' Your Jeweller*. Y De LIMA Ai Co. LTD.. N Broad Street asii.ao—onFH nsrr rlOI'ES APARTMENT Al the Came, ft I.r***-e Q> On-lhe-Saj FuU ml hM DM BM 32 11 JO—tf n PyRNOBOD II-AT Al BRIAR Michael I>ul MTI. H Blah Ban' %  CYNTHIA VILLT-. rtpooeier* HPS. drawing loom, dining room, two bedroom*, one with dreaalng room, lollel and bath, and all 0Ul*r convenience* Dial BfO for pamrulaaj U11M-3n belie, from l>l December r Lr* Dial OH. rNmtoII M .In NOTICE I M l-H HI NKIVI lraB*nd I be M ad aar humnot be ir. khan the date %  I %  nation !-r obtained office Clerk i *• ar I'l HI II fttUOa. NOTICE laTViL*? t'l ** ft! -"— -'"" '."rleVem^r'^ fiT £ %  COTTU: CATrVwr. a. CO I.Tlr I _^ s in B %  I %  *** %  *" i-TIBAI. AID* ACT. ttol leV/t 'j""" f ; *••*" %  ••*• •' "STS* .V?'*' "•"Ullaa B r.„o r*r or the above named plantation. t"U*2!! '" rtrt n %  •"" " *"* I .kav. Art • ftBBT, MnU-e. *d ,.,,, trie iiM plantation |o be reap••91 AUCTION i %  • %  ,i. !•*< 30th of 2 o'clock, on. lirewhich c • rv rr.>*ing Pedmoma each %  ith Por inspection .ee -in ^11 Ion on the >pol To be | aaUnga. on TT">r*dav I %  hou*e callKl l*.fn^d OallPMB| Bllll I r*ar. |BW """ltgMM Ovnw UNDER THE IVORY HAMMER By m Cole A C on Piidailit Drrrmb'i Tord 10 h p rTefert t irceni aicidei \ MCBN1 PUUl CXTINGUISHCBS—Nu-Rwlft t'OUHTISY La'gc Aaaortaaeni i It on .to Kni.h: CUiTAII A MANOOUKI BT1UNOI Juel received Knlint'i Ud. wr.w 2OOLD JEWELLKHY — CotiHetintT of eaeTbuf. Ue plna. brooches; necklacaa. pendant!. All new good* Excellent Xma> Gift* Sea Your Jeweller*. Y. De Lima Ac Co, Ltd 10. Broad sin ct. %  Mdaelown. MllBO-dn i^itar cini.oiows m..\\ KOl'tl Can be -een a4 "AbbevilleOuf Rhig W M. Porter 3aM W l %  ... PXARIMBVKLBCB •* "a aach. faded necklaceII.B) up, Biadad earring, ft eta par pair, plua wide aimU Nga Limited. 11 cent* per A %  ., ved at Collln* UNDER THE SILVER HAMMER ON THURSDAY . i ad*, af Mr A P Seale we will -e.1 al -Rook Dundo". Cave Hill hi. Pun.llire hi<* ii both Modern and Antique % %  which Ircludoa Chefmnier. Waajgon. Omnmet.t Tabft Hh Bra** Claw l*eei. Card Table*, P..'e.UI Ornament Table. Pucleta*4, Mirdllaiatand DcrtNce. Upright Chair* and Hot-keri. Plat Top De*k. Muakt ClnMrMl all in old Mahogany: LeaV'a Davenport. Ornament Tab). i...iid Che* Table. Planter* Deufc. Clock. Piano by Broad wood 'perfect condition. Qlmtm jnd China, Cut Olaaa. Dec.niei* .nd Print Dlahei, Willow Tea Service. Old China. FruH and Tea %  ervtcea and l^irch plutca: Braa* and Plated Ware: good Gramaphone Hnor.lv Baertrlc Toaater and) Iron: Bran Hr.-. ket Oil Lamp*. Cokda>"'.. Hi-ititn-u.!. Mud j*r****w. Dre-afekj Table-. MT Wa.h.land. Pre*ai. alt In Mahogany D ||e.id*lead> -n.i ,-. %  '.-[. s-.,ve. Coal Stove .piacHcallJ r,p-. larder. I-.rge J-r.. Horae. f. *kli. naddie Rook* mcMOing Gibbon* Hirtery of Rome and ,. Half ll.ur. Half II >' o.lock Term* HKAXKP.R. THOTMAN a. CO. n.ujt -* %  !. I have been XMA5 TR£T. DBCUHATI" dlacount of 10'. now applying on all purchase' of lhet IMJ' %  %  r %  • %  i. ....ii' I..I ..f land '.I CHAPMAN iJINT S, CHAPMAN* X LANl: Ami' rim CONDITION*; ill.l: REAL ESTATE ON THE SEA at Garden. St Jam** Modern Bungalow. S bedr o om*, tarn batha. Overlooking flea, own private bathing _b*ach Go.d Yacht_ A'fhoraf* Phone tl-1 HOUSE On* i %  %  t f Board and *hing!ed II M x S wdllaha ahlnglea on In good condition. Apply Meaar* %  fid Tucker Phone Was 34 11 n %  CBLBINO gFTg POB MAIM I yTO equare fe*t ol land In FINE ROAD. Belleville. St Michael loblique.y and Avenue, and adjoining Ihe reildence of *>. CheeeCLERK I rnenl Apply It the Miiiarer* i. .!(.% %  I-..C.IThe land NOTICE flit olli B4ITChhl, MA1IB which waeto lake rlH e at the l**!*-I *ith in*| %  vv. A. r Ait Mm. M t... .-a M 'o %  NOTKK %  let repair? until fun net to a *iip. i the CHalrman "* t omn.ivlonir. nl Highwa* SI Joorph .I' *i Exhibition Notice : Wedk-ada' gth .1 Agn .. v. Snepheid I % %  I—feld rott A Co W H.itrhar**--. T. %  fa., i o. i DeeaShoppe. I ^ ftal Da Coata A Co Ud C P Ham—n A Co t J N ^oddard A la". H Jawin Jone A Cc 1 Co Sirujer *k>wan MgHMn. Ild. C. s piichet Oi %  .. PU.n1-tK.n I Id Bobe.1 Thorn Lad. T S Oarraw-* A Co i r-et-iT lla.b. I Ud Ahbv A Mrdford Stiiarl A Bampaon. Inc* A Co Tajvtof A %  %  Car Ron %  M 1. Beale A On Broadw ""HI %  ltd Cole Statue Allevne Arthur A C* I'd Barhado* Pbundrv Ud A ll.rd.aie Centre I foundry ltd lAVe Hard-are. Beta SIEveivn. Roach A O Ud W. A. Orimih J. iv ft P Mu*D> Son A C T Gedde* Or... I l—l- Tkanday ilk lll Colonnade fdor*-. lath ley Ltd N. 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tn of sudden bwdlttlf M death after a short lllneM from several sources in the Brittons Hill area of St. Michael. This disease is very infectious-, readily comniunicable to OtaVflT .II id \ery Acute m character. Outbreftks frequently occur during the rainy season. Mortality rate cn be as high as 100% in reccntl> infettetl flocks. Symptoms Affected fowls show loss of appetite, appear dull anil (Ian hin diarrhoea sulphur-yellow m i-nlour. The tlura tm disease Is from one l ten days or even longer Bird* an Often found dead in the morning without showing symptoms uf Dlngl the night before. Past Mortem Catan hal inllamatlon of Hie intesiine i^ often foun<( tad JII enlarged congested and friable? liver. r re vent ion A Control. Any bird showing sign-; of illness should nt once be isolated from the rest of the flock. Infection is spread through the droppings hence strict sanitary comprise Ihe most effective method "f controilm* and prtV TMlUn| the disease. Recently purehasedl btrdk should he Isolated for at lea-.! fourt.rn (Id) day* before being allowed to i>ln the (lack No really effective treatment of affected birds is known 26 11.50—:3n APItHNTMENTS TO F.XKCt'TIVE GRADE IN TUE flVll. SK.RVK I Attention is dnwn to pwOaPap*} 5 of the Government fCottoo In the Official Gazette of 27th November relating to the new executive grade (SI.72S $3.4561 In the Civil Service. Applications to sit the examination arc invited from external %  andadaUg who ore the holders of academic or professional qualifications (of degree standnrd) and should be addressed to the Colonial Secretary. BecretarUt, Bridgetown, setting out the usual partlculai of age, place of birth, academic qualifications, eareei and practical experience, if nny The 15th of December, 1D50. is the closing date for receiving such applications. 28.11.50—3n public i STKNOTYPIST f-at initance. O. L. •lollcltor*. P.O. Bn ; SITUATION VACANT HANAOER — For Large BtMl..i.rr. •tor* In Trinidad Writ* Hating; aperlance and qualification* to P.O. Bo* **•. Port-of-Spain enclo*ing rec*r.t Phologr*ph. Salary according lo ablUty. Minimum tajnO.OO per annum plui L-ommia-lon. aa.ii.sa-i>. Frldi December, ItM. al l.M p m Yearwood A Boyee. **" "'J1' > AHTICLE RETAIL PRICE (not more than) SI 95 per bag of 1M H STITCRgK* WANTKD Call at the Adell Shirt Factor. Rwen Btreet, you mn i b %  "' i.iacbine* Richard F Phipp* • ALL THAT m*unge or *tor* known a* No *t Swan Street. n*mia tivra* faH of land and abutting on Swan atrejt and flolton Lane Toftther wio. the Goodwill and atoch I" trade of the b'" r^Vknown ath* "aupply Btore.'e^-ned on la the ground door ol th* *aid "For'Vn-cUon and further paniculaapplr Id •# Manager of the Supplr ijnd r-"i g require* %  taut or R > Advonuj MISCELLANEOUS BOXES — All kind* of Card Hoar Boxea other than corrugated e*r* •pp., Advoeato %  Wi^ Jtopt ^ CAR | 10 H P in good mt,H be re>*nti..ble Apt''' Advec'ic Advtg oaVe %  arRAP J01J .r..l BBH ighed rricen paid See your J**-*lk-r Y De Lima b Co us vBroad Sweet Briilgew. MUJW-lln St Michael •landing or 1711 *quare feet ol Und and containing clo-*d asllary. drawing ami d'nlns room*. 1 hador>m<. (aa*B wllh ,vi olng water*. kH*h*netle. and u^ conyentenoae Barvaal. root,, and_garage lr yard. Inaitactlon 10 am. to 11 noon %  rn^pVop^r will be ^X m : J. Connell. OBf.. ED Commaiirtina The Uarbado. Regiment ft No %  IM Mil 1, ORIIIRM lit III IS I Die M. iideiiy OftVer • II-*imenial Headquaiter* Hank* Will be under Ihe li.-a.oi.Miii parade* until TVTTI'lN given In Rpanlih. German gad I to liar. I>J M^. MARIA CARI/>TTA OONSAI.VFS formerly ..n the Staff .T! Ikd aVftaBdl UnlverailW ill alxi undertake trail lalMn*. CaR betweefi 130 and %  a •' Santa Clara, 8t Lawrence Gap badoi as I %  Itch Germs Killed in 7 Minutes The under*nel •I inelr Ofhc* No. an Frtd' Drrember U"W. nl p.m — *aa*W*pa_eC 18 OMtoa-' Share* of _• dO e**n ffcg w. • 1-difi Stan W IT.o • "• % %  *J!'?..... ill 11 aaii 'trTTLC "C ATT* Hi U : I.OSI ,1 rartlmille a*.-**" la. da* tewardM %  • ^__ Thiir*dav *> Nov M al i drill perad. r Child mea StRJEANT FOR BtFR FMDfit: Ueul T A. Otlten* rta C. K L D BKJEWEB-COX. Major si.lt A AdluUnt. Ii. barbado* Kigiment MAIL NOTICES rAacri. A Krc.i*nTi(r.!i MAIL 1pm an ik* let D*w* t.-oin %' necemewr. Itac ihe U..I 11 PARCEL MAIL M I I November. IMO I be cla—l SHIPPING NOTICES ORDINARY MAO. a Btth November. IBM i^ ,-h... X.-o mail * Canad. sjj i*e-. of Furmtuie ituperviete*. e f-ea*y givati Dial M aARIADCS FURNITUM <£MOV VKS t HAVE \0 *'•** i'tfkrr* TIHIJ* — ban HE HAVE A Heallv Oood Abetment of | lpUte* •a-Li Bnperb tlreen KoameJeO i I Call tod." -in* ee them Al <.;;-s,;:;::'s.::' We undertake to it-pair all kind* of Jcw.'llrt v nt %  :o oahaaai three days. (Iiir eJaiaj /a* Mr. D. ARCHER U at wour Itrvle*. ALFONSO 6 DEUHA I CO '.'.-.-.'.-.'.'-'.'.-.'.','.'.'.'.'.'.V.*W JUST RECEIVED THERMOS VACUUM JARS "i.lr MOUII. H rial I Plnl C. CARLT0N BROWNE niio:r*.i* a RUII Dnurna IM, lio-hi. k HI nui Illl %  OH V\l.l III \ Attention is drawn to the Control of Priced (Defence) (AmemiI mt-nt) Order, 1950, No. 37 which will be published in the Oflici:. Gazette of Monday, 27th November, 1B50. 2. Under this Order the maximum retail selling price of „iu be art up (or *ai* by -Cement" Is as follows:— I pe'ition Hi our emce, M \( IIIMItY \l Wl 1'I.ANTATION. ST Mli n is r,,. Rota ThH large modem •!.""bungalow wllh about I arc* %  Iio.iId appeal In a i.vewn> iiinatmrled of Ihe b**l ..buinai.li" r hare ,. ., laege livmi room '> ft • n galleo i*§' fl %  %  %  n < bedronma ij*ie %  ti.n ..ichc.i %  ..n'hard Well place I !.• %  tranapoit lo tewn atl %  rhonl* i nhrtib. and |r*e. %  VIJA BORA Pa-a*g* R—d .li Attracts %  BM 'muted atone bungalow wi.n l.i ililr cairlageoi*' Apnrn* mately Itdao -urnre leel 1 hi. as i iwilt pm-iK ga.1T... ina.' kttfBjRi .1 large panlr' Bddi it I (*f!N RENTALS ga.de.. I'vmFm AVTI itnir**: Bon Hiti fjMfumadMkl PI i>ropert> itn 1 aero I hrN*lT I At aHat.ie J WN-eTT lUH'W SI Jame* at.ie Janoar* t>n ***"•* tkalhlng. Pun* furntativt WANTEti iTnfumlehed Roua* AUCTION SALE Cabin Launch i* i...i %  nth UulR -' ., I nanttan • II ir.*i... n-... i "i • l %  ' %  '> To 0* *old bl AmtiiHi at till limber Jeaaaoa M. Ule.oldoa Kl Al f STATE AUENT AUCT10NEEB PLANTATIONS BUILDINO Phone tit* PART II (It THF nAnnAD-i* REOIMENT 14TH NOVEMBER. ISM tn ufflcer. iiras A GIFT fu (2) normal Man's amount Shirt. of il back required your ___ lorl ll.#, Bmoo.b .k bKk OB rWurn o. %  umr.pt.vil Ni.cd. Fir *in Tr...l.. IIII;ISIIAN SIIIMl Th.' Tli:inks K i\n r of Christ. %  be held on Thursday evens, November p.m. at the Church In Bay St reel All ore cordialli, 11 VVO*e'*^****V;Ve'e'^*eV>'*Ve\ • IttlM.TM INCRrASr—Alte.Ullea* al Pte Ooddard. D. C •14 PtRptinger. S tn II.' .i I *at iM „ Phillip*. C • %  .. N. •Mr) ., MeCollin, C. •aa .. Phillip*, J T .. YearaBiod. r N 0 .. Thompaon. E H MI .. Mayer*. %  -! McConner. A. an MeConi.' VM lamben. T |Ci"on. D Dec a aibb*. R A •01 „ Olbton. P A wa OrtaM C %  •* Or-ive-. W I I i v i r'li.iiM BecMW*. McD Di.nnah. N n. ( wma. O Bt HUT. IM-I mwart. R. EKv r nT.r.e'1*. i' Callender. n Cr^hlow. II ruiA Brgthwalte. I Branker. F N Bennett W %  naHaiWi c Take the to buy a Put half Pocket. (3) What's left will buy you a RELIANCE SHIRT of perfect fit and guaranteed quality. _^^^^ THK norii. SiOltl ,\... 2 HIGH STKEF.T The Shirt Emporium of Barbados ROYAL NETHERLAND STEAMSHIP CO. itolline te Trinidad La Ouatra Cur:ao etc ma IHajTT Stb Sitmta. > %  FARNIUM UWh Noveoaher. aT -iRAMi^arATr1*1 November ainn*_ to Tvlwadsdl, Jhawnereh*,. 11th November Canadian National Steamships -in THBOCXB r CANADIAN CHAIJXNOI LADY ROONXV LADY NXUON .. 1-ADY RODNEY .. IY tnmaaoN aain San. alli Am**, "'-•*' 5 n ii!r o-on "•'* • Ft Nov r Nov I Eto7 %  %  Dae Dee UE*** „ %  — i Jan it Jeer at Jan at jar. — I Ft* Ft* II Faa, „ r *, Uec %  '> I MC...I N,, -M'Y NEI-VV IADY ItODNVY lAtlY NBlAOr* IADY KtlCNEY IV DY NBUtUN dJL-*ai GARTJIWER AUSTIN A CO. LTD. Af.au. HARRISON LINE 0UTWAED TB0M THI UHITED aTJHODOM Veaael l'HII.(SOI'IIEH' I1IOORAPIIEI!* I Xi'l.iHER" -COLONIAL" SS DKrENDRR" From Liverpool l^nidon Liverpool Newport and Glaigew. 2nd Dee M hrough $ Lmidon 2nd Dec Leaneg 15th Ntiv 27th Nov JOth Nov Due narhgii... 30th Nov tuth Dec Hth Dcf 17th Dec. H0ITIWAED TOE THE UKIT1D KINGDOM Boaaaj SS LLOYDCBFST roe mdon Cloieg tn Ba-bUo, 7th Dd-c For furthor information apply to • • • DA COSTA & CO., LTD.—A t enU < ii-:. ClaE. iRA'Ssiri.wriQiF (Freatcli Lino) s s "COLOMBlaT Sallina lo CaHifona 81h. iSu s 8 -COLOMBDr Sailing lo Marutrtqu lier 17th s s OASCOONar SailiAg ti on I*,., s s OAanCOOfVar soling U M.Htllll., 3rd |*'. i All ship* iiririilliiK I'gssengeia s COLOMBIB" f i S S CASCtKiNK" First ( I-. Eor fitrtlti, r.utn Him-* i.tiplv i"i mill i.i. I... din i., Curacao. and Jamaicu on December Plymouth and I* Havre via ,• and Guadeloupe on DeCemIttO i Trinidad and Prencli Gulann tier 28th 19X0 I Plymmith nnd laatfTarrra vl.i e and Guadeloupe on .l.muary Cargo and Mail in and TourUt Class Passages, a peasagos t mu R. M. JONES & CO.. LTD.-Aaents. rO-DAYS NEWS FLASH .. COLT REVOI.V.:* AH (.(lull AS NEW Hi— ONLV P.llre I i. r„, Mi-tua,, MIRKims JI>IINHONH NTATIUNERV AND HARDWARE SEA VIEW GUEST HOUSE HAnTINUS, HARBADOH EXCELLENT Ct'lBINE El LI.Y HTIICW.U BAR BATKB: MM paf Day i Apply— Mrs W. S IIOWELL we atMi H m 4*a K WIBMM P F ft .Idel C. Promoted Cpl %  ia rka v I ma-ned 1 Week P i n sKi*i io* T K A.Ji, M.."i •nV %  Mil '• HALL'f DISTEMPER fl 0 recognued UJflTffl PflinT raJo WATER PAINT nit it tii i in sinsTANCjs \crr. iita IT la hereby notified for Information that th.< t it .t Ideally x. t*d for all Interior decorate* p j'povai %  Kara • hiuhoandardHatUtt... deired STOCKtD r ALL TH€ LEADING STORES SISSONS BROTHERS 4\ CO. LTD, HULL. 1N. Barbados ( o Operative Cation Eartorr. PlanUtloaa Ltd. T. Herbert Ltd C I Harrison Co (B'des) LM A Barnes ft Co Ltd Carter *t C v Teur CAR aVgervea the Best OH, TOU can obtain We r. i II nimend GERM MOTOILS obtainable In i.rdlnari or detergent grade*. # IVIHIf FOi WDH V LTD. Gaaolenr Srrvlre RUllou — irafalgar SL .***• us far /infa I Inn in*/ tm II FEED OLIVES (Large *. Small), MOHTON s MIXED PICKLSB, MOHTON S ( HOW, (HOW. I'ACLINE PICKLES, UE8T0 PICKLES, CHEF SACCE IIEJN7. TOMATO (MOTNEY. CHEF TOMATO KETCHUP. MACONOCHINES TOMATO KETCHUP, MANGO CHUTNEY. HLACK IHJCK SAIi V TOC( AN ENGLISH I'ICKLEIi ONIONS. Al M in Ass'Ulnieiit nf HEINZ MALI' VINEGAH • Ijirgr k Small,, CROSS a HI.ACKWEI.L DISTIH.EO ViNttiAH, CROSS h BLACKWELL MALT VINEGAR. KSTCUUKTS TOMATO SAUCE RALEIGH WORCESTER SAUCE CEIUHHi) TABLE SALT in il.; Bottles I Vtala) I VIE GOLDEN SYRUP War. 1 >ur CMOTt frh, .HUI.X It. TA 11.1011 A SOWS LTD. Roebuck Kl. Dial 4335 ATTENTION 11 FACTORY >IAVM.I HS f.kr thi* epaoFtaaltr of ohtalolng iour rejulremeald la'— GALVANISED & STEAM PIPE Ran'haf from ', in. upward* MILD STEEL I i.iRound,. Squarf. In all Sim BOLTS & NUTS-AI1 Site* FILTER CLOTH-While Cotton Twill Al PRICER thai cannel be repealed. Th* INK twos nn \imr Lid. WHITE rAIK ROAD. 8T. MIC'UAEI.



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HA..I IOIK BARBADOS ADVOCATE WEDM>l>\i. NOVtMBtK 29, 1950 BARBADOS^ Am r 0CrfTE t.-.-^—T—***** • KM -. M* Co.. IN n*i>B au iiJdu.i WcrilH's.l .(> N'm.-mhvr -IH 1956 IMa.ri.1j4 Fields FOR some ttBM now UM lea uf csiabliihitmbaa oi ptoylnf lie ids Uu the Island in order thai tha arorklngclasses should hava adaquat oJ entaalth) antdooi apart, 11 for the estahtishmanl <•; ad no problam to Iha i manl ai • .1 $.MW.00O was allocated bour Welfare Fund Cot this purpose. For three yens now Iha public hava baai %  noaing lorward iu the establishment of fields and to this date only ona Is hinctiODing. The Princess Alice baan tha subject of much public ootnrnant and tnvcatiantkin but 1111 ]u.Mitial>W> raaaon fur delaying ut nf others because of any : H a 1 mtly unfortunata thnt iny suih condition should have %  rlasn At the Una srnan tha aatabUahmanl ol Mdi snu pabUoty d than arare wveral plots ol land %  vallabto f"i iha purpoaa With tinpanting oi thns aVV baan used for other purposes U OWnaia oi land in this island anin the happy poaitloa of having prospective pur BU tin.1 It now happens that the land al the B..y Kstate has baan utilised Cor tenantry purposes and one portion which had been offered to the Playing tlae at Grazcttcs has now (x'cn divided iii tenantry purposes i>\ tin Barbados COH peratlvs Bank. Attend n drawn to I able and that || at Friendship which wa* the time An It waa pointed out in this newspaper .a the time of the criticisms ol the Princess Field thai tha delay In putting tha Bntthing touches not only led to the deterioration of the Field but at the same time denied the means of enjoyment to those whom it was intended to benefit. By the same token the delay of the purchase of other plots of land because ol faction over the Princess Alice Field denies the children of St. Michael from having proper facilities for names. The Barbados Cricket League haft] 1 petitioned the Government asking that the lands at Friendship be purchased in order to provide a playing Held for teams from the borders of St. Michael and St. George. There are therefore strong reasons for the Government to make the purchase so that the field can be put into proper order. And there is not even the excuse that funds are not available. These have been allocated lt k gicen played OVSjg Iha tail surfaces to mve it of having been iiy escaping gsses. Altai bavlnj Ii nwnt tanad % %  > Urak found %  L Poterson, visiting Sirek. took p ClOti Of mm IHIKIIIIK it, and two years later sent them slong wnli bin letler to the Air Command It took the investigative chain reaction rram June is u> Baaabanrun its enuna. MSBII %  %  ted from Wright lyton, O.. Air Material ooatt, to fed beusad and paid. lb* case had ended, all : lor their paifl 1 which turned out lo le made of UM Ud <>f an automatic washing liu spcur-heud and tail %  lid an 'inline 1 made i.'.radio and an old insecticide "bomb"— spent By BOB COHSIDINC kiagsters have gone to i assemble mounds of scrap steel and iron. burning it into an almost unrecognizable tangle, and reporting to the Air Force thai a flying s-ucer has crashed ami burned on fKSrtb/, SUCtl malicious i mining the "wreck0081 id.A Ugatton and the FHI rui,.i l i.r.il.l, sums, and Md time of good talent i ding to Col. Harold E Watson, the Air Force'* saucer spokesman nothing can be done about It. The Air Force vigorously and vehemently k %  of dying saucers, either of earthly or interplanetary origin But since it is charged with the defence of the skies It often hwli duty bound to look into cases which, on their face value. M impiolj%  bla bi : ol -weird %  omics" it aW not) bawatar, look too deeply into two recent tips solraaanted to Air Malarial < I'lllllMtlU Ona oi atag Jotntl} by man and wife, twora that they were taking a walk in a woods together not long ago. and saw a "Hying saucer moving about in UM Uunkj tall pines." An investigator asked theni to estimate how far away it was from them, "in the thick pines." They said 'about two or three mile*.' The investigator clapped bis hut on home. In the other cose, an Ohio Farmat .xotedly called in a vivid description ol what he called tw<> huge Hying saucers which raced out of the slratospheii over two small islands in a laka near his home, lowered eight angUUU Its*! legs from each saucer. %  COOped Up samples of earth, and sped away. "After tucking in the he added. A britf inquiry, in the man's village, showed that he had been released two weeks before from an asylum for the insane. loubt in the Air Force's mind that many honest persons have dutiful!., %  aportad what they solemnly believed to be flying saucers. They have been misled by any ona of .< hundred causes that have nothing to do with the supernatural. m pla-id luck: on them, as eyes will. They have been subtly influenced by the international tension and by stories of new wondrous aircraft in the process of development. They have been misled by I of our atmosphere which on hot instance, ran make thi motorist believe he is approachmg a shallow Jake in the road %  hand a can fling a bolt of neonor fluorescent typ.light across the night skies at fantastic II seem to hova;as if contained in a tube. A vast majority of human beings as the aurora, but a new and stubborn belief in many persons that flying saucers indeed exist orompt. them to regard ttufeM flitting llirnl. as some craft that ha* loth subAt such peaks of flying saucei U we and other nalion especially England, are lurrontl.reaching, a certain covetousnes enters the picture and further dis torts it. The neighbour of a man who has had his name in the newspapers as one who saw a r!ym>%  a ucsjf will envy bin) his nolonc 1 .' and wish to secure for himself tin same attention Ooct this wish is put Into action, it does not tak> him long to see a flying saucer. As a mailer u fact, the envious neighbour (or Nnvone else) can < %MAGAIN THEy.COWfc. fiV*r>-\ JMIL6.S AROUND SCVSJIAU TIMES A DAY FOR wA7£l^ (! St. >lii I. . I Plajin^ lUUls The Vestry of St. Michael U asking Government to take over the ii's]H>nsihitit.t for the acquisition and conversion "f nlaylai llelds in the parish, though they would be uillii.it lo undertake %  -vision from the I letdl t oinn.iit. Iiltii in Which they mentioned ad • si ua of "absolute frustration" with respect to the attitude of Government concerning iha playingllelds The Vestry a' their met-ling | with tha state, %  -. %  ostl dnad i Us* letter and decided to write Government uecordingly The lett.i was dated November 17 and reads: Al a meeting of the Playingfields Committee held on 16th inst.. consideration was given to a letter from the Government who asked the Vestry whether they start now m a position to put forward its detail scheme for the IMaylng-fleld at Friendship for Further examination by the OOVernor-in-Exerutive Committee YOW Committee wish to point oul that the Covirnment was supplied with the estimated cost for all proposed pkiviug-ncld> on 18th June. 1949 Due to the delay by Government In providing the necessary funds f..r the i •.t.ibli.hment of more playiiiK-l'ields within this parish, Y %  la action against us in Korea. The sale which now causes so much heartburning was made in 1947. Britain, aiming b export target, sold Stalin 55 RollsRoycajat engines—25 Nenes and 30 DerwenLs T'.< ga nn:i. a direct development ol Whittles work, were exported against the advloa "f the Air Ministry, and to the alarm %  lira Of the Americans. Opposition was crushed by top-of-the-Cab%  lift intervention, and the sale went on. Out Want Britaln'g secret engines; ir came the roubles. But Air Ministry Intelligence chiefs < linued to agitate. Suddenly the export. .Mi-atoppad without explanation, und fio ; ew contracts have since been made. THK BNC0NB--A NENE COPY? 11 BDglDa used in the latest Russian tha MIG-15—is believed to be a copy >f tiie N'ene. This plane has wept-back wings and tail. and appears to be capable ol 700 miles an ii muh lo outstrip any other In world service. Only comparable machine is tin An etiCI K-H6 Sabre, also with swepr-back winys Which doag 670 miles an hour. Britaln'g siraigin-wnu afataa and Vampire and America's F-80 Shooting Star and F-84 Thunder-jet !ly at about 600 miles an hour. Russia's lead is a menace. The sweptwing fighter is recognised as the fastest design yet invented. Yet Britain, although she has two swept-wing designs flying, has not iroarad them, and probably will not do so. Reason is the British Government's longranga gambla with time. It made the first throw in 1945 when it considered that there could be no war before 1960. Britain therefore decided on a stop-gap air force of mediumperformance aircraft, mainly for training. Most of the available money went into research and development with the aim of building the world's best-equipped air force by 1960. The date has since been brought closei STARTLED US' Meanwhile Russia concealed her hand. Her acquisition of British jet engines preceded a aerial of moves that have since startled air forces of the West. Russia's full resources ore still unknown. Her airfields are isolated and closely guarded. Her anti-spy network is ruthless. THE BIGGEST What we do know is that she has in production:— (1)A four-jet bomber; (2) Two types of twin-jet bombers; (3) At least three types of Jet fighters. And, of course, she has the world's biggest air force—totalling 19,000 planes. There is one heartening note. Britain and America are putting into production the moat powerful jet engine yet designed, the Armstrong-Siddeley Sapphire. Pn the right plane—which we have yet to produce-il would comfortably outstrip the MIG-15. But air forces are judged by power in the air, not on the bench. TECHNICAL NOTE: There is evidence (hat the nrmaim-nt of MIG-15 includes at least one :tl) mm. cannon. The British and American air forces clinij to their smaller 5-ineh and 211 mm. wurtime weapons. —L.E.S. Our Itt-anVrw *a: Town And Country Planning The Editor, The Advocate, BUR, A tow months ago you kindly published a letter burn ma deploring the lack of a Town and Country Planning Act. Nothing of course has yet been done but sB Iha meantime, may I again draw to the attention of responsible citizens through tha medium of your newspaper that with each :-.iful Island increasingly spoilt, and it will von become very dlfneult lu put things right. No one lan doubt tl i of proper zoning of industrial and residential areas in Bridgetown. yet iri Bay Street, opposite tha turning I> the Aquatic Club, workmen are ing there is a DOUce "huh H) "Watch II more than apt. for as we stand and watch, we tm one more instance having no Town and Country Planning Act. Surely it Is contrary to the interest of all concerned to have a bottun with tha conskfc rabla is factory lU-elf. with IUIIMI. III rles, and the congestim they cam a, < rartad In the mlddia f . i It was heartening to i the Chamber uf Comment has been considering the Queatioa < OCOtrolUng unsightly ments and hoardings a %  springing up all over the land, %  %  i egponsifalc peopU 111 BTO M having said in this eonnection "such %  muiii in it in jny way A • %  %  %  If this i-i %  a junot fail tw a* Q0| detract in any way from the %  Cenk beauty >'f say u stretch ol roost or even a Held nf sugar caw. Ihen patently he laei beauty and good taste The same gentleman i quoted that condluona IB America and England could not be lOinparcd with those in Barbados Tnu iundoul sadi) true of many U| not in thus bo would like to aaa ban to explain the difference I %  advertisement in America or England, and an ugly adver tisem ent in Barbados If anything, the advertisement In Barbados is the more objectionable owing to the smallness of the island and the greater density of population. But It will lake more than mara cnuudciatton of adv. 11 %  del ..nd can bnl 1 nd Coun•ira more %  %  %  .. being unable to take the Stoiof passing such an Act before it iv Ii-' late? I have one more suggestion to make Sir You i i papt i I be congratulated on Uikn in the campaign for a cleaner r.. hut why not DTOadat Man sponsorahtp t.. In ; preservatn n of Iwnuty nf the whols taaand? lur Instance, photograph in r\ | Uoa f some poriicuf^' traeUva sight antHli I B tier" would do much 10 bring the Dead fa .i Town and Planning An befora the i w Your phot \. ill iiT.ci pientv of aeone, BRITISH RESIDKN r Nov 2. SO Flooding To The Editor. Tfie AatWCatt, I Mond.iv "' dangerous Roodii %  .. %  r.ight be poaa %  gie-i jii-stcr *.ock plies Nrhana we are on the verge of this disaster, and remember, it might not l>e conflned to the poor, unfortunate persons who usually lose but take the shape of %  ona academic that would include those, perhaps, who wilfully reivestigale the matter. The comoarathreiy small rainfall on Saturday 25th inst. held up traffic for some time in the ConaUtnttou area, and one observer noticed that before the road was %  inwaaar was flowing in to the I'aik Haying Held and other low lying ground, probably Incltlding the Comtx'rmere School grounds as. wi-ii Tha n i road has feet higher than %  provided now. water through, a perfect dam ha* of tons of water regularly to %  bout the large %  l ground Oeath Trap? U. V. SCOTT A* CO., LTD. TO-DAY'S SPECIALS at THE COLONNADE Pk K s. SULTANA RAISINS Tins PRUNES— (1-lb.) Ffcga. PUFFED WHEAT Usually NOW 49 37 7o a 36 33 §*HOTMCCTS and mmBSmWVmW we offer the following gin.. 1 gin. BOWRAN CUV KALI* PAINT — ' gin LASTIKON WHITE > gin.. 1 gin. LAST1KON l'EKMANENT GREEN — ^ gin.. M gin., PKOMEUM PRIMER — Ms gin., 1 gin. 1KOMEUM SILVER — V4 gin. 1'EKMANOID SILVER — 4 gin. KHELGLOS ENAMEL 'a pt., 1 pt., V* gin.. ^ gin., !n I gin. WILKINSON St IIAYNES CO., LTTX, Successors To C. S. PITCHER & CO. PHONES 4472 and 4687 A fin si \i ru.tr win LAST -I LIFETIME! x ROGERS UPRIGHT PIANO Another shipment just arrived. DA COSTA & CO. LTD. %v'*v****-,r**.<*^,v.-.^*>-^^ Yes, Holiday Parlies AND THE Coming Festivities Call for something special in your Attire. SEE THAI YOL MAKE YOUR SELECTION FROM HAIOSIA aV CO., LTD. DRY GOODS DEPT. Can anyone say that Constructive suggestions have not own made? The present epidemic of Poultry i far more serious thj I ].,.,pie think and is definitely attri-{ buted to damp surroundings Arc human beings immune from diseases that affect birds and beasts? Or. arc we not being warned that our turn Is next. Will Government and Medical Authorities please take notice. P. P. Nov. 23. 50. Wkm% To Park f lo The Editor. The Adpocofe— SIR.—Could you tell me where motor cyclists are supposed to nark at Seawell Air Port. On Sunday last I went to Seawell on my niotiir cycle and parhnd on the parking arsari for private cars 'tely lolu -•ft 0( the parking jroa raa reserved for ears. 1 should be most obliged If the would tell motm cyclists where they are to park. MOTOR CYCLIST. EQMQ l#J# HKHK MOM I Alt AWAY AUSTRALIA LEG HAMS I'KMl HAMS BATING U'l-l.l's MOON (HI.KM C'HKKI snri KS KAHBITS PBl'NES NEW ZEALAND ANCHOR FILL CREAM MILK POWDER 2'--l .I*lov. in ii 1-lb i4l TABLE BITTER In pk<. CORNED BEEF In Una ANCHOR SKIMMED MILK rOWIIER 40c prr lb. RAIRINS lb p lb COOKS PASTE (I., PT tin CHOVCE TIP TEA FRESH Mill Try JAR BREAD it FRESH VEGETABLES CAKES FROZEN FISH TURTLE CARRS IRI \M EMPIRE COFFEE CRACKERS GOLD BRAID RIM LARGE APPLES 40c. per lb. mom f.oiniAims rwui



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WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 29, 1IS0 BARBADOS ADVOCATE PAGI MM Leg. Co. Sends Holiday With Pay Bill To Select Committee A BILL which seeks to make provision (or a holiday of at least two weeks each year wiih pay for employees, was sent to a Select Committee by the legislative Council at their meeting y.-,ierda>\ This is the second occasion that this Bill came before the Legislative Council. On the first occasion u was rejected by an overwhelming majority v %  | Bill passed the ...,. ., Second reading unai Milk Production ~ Scheme (^uegtioued Mi W A Crawford at yenlerda>'s meeting of the asOtjSS ..f Assembly save notice o( the following c (ur ment and Welfare to Jamaica to inspm pasteurization and condensary equipment, which was tiien m ihe market, reported Vf% ths Gta> emment? Is it a fact that Mi. Mills himself has resigned his post and terminated his contract with ihe Government six months before it was due to expire. r.*portcdlv through frustration and inability to get the scheme started? Does the Government appreciate that a considerable delay is likely to ensue if the equipment has to be ordered from the I K Will the Government take steps without delay to put the Hlheilil into operation? If the answer to question No 9 be in the negative, will the Government state the reasons therefor? ruction wttfa %  • nrttT-saviiig di Acting Col. Sec. Goes OH Holiday Members 'of the Legislative Council yesterday praised the Acting Colonial Secretary, the Hon. E. J. Petrie for the way he had conducted his work at the Legislative Council meetings. ThpHon. E. J. Petrie Ls going o n leave, The Chairman said that the Acting Colonial Secretary had put the Government's point of view clearly at all times and not antagonistically and sometimes In a very disarming way. He thought he deserved a holiday and they hope he would return to Barbados. The Hon G. D. L Pile said that the Acting Colonial Secretary was an example of being concise and straightforward. INQUIRY CONTINUES TO-DAY Hearing in the inquiry surrounding Uie uej.h of 85-year-old Moses Lewis of Ycarwood Land, winch was started before Mi. H. A. Talma. Coroner of District "A", on Monday will be resumed today at 2 o'clock Mosvs Lewis died on the spot after he was involved in an accident while riding the bicycle M-2575 on Black Rock Road with ihe motor car S-WJ owned by Mr J. E. T. Bw a ofcsM ind driven by A1 ford Broome. Medical testimony and eye witness accounts given by two people have been heard already, an 1 today the I'olicv in l ringing four more persons who were on the spot when the nrcldent occurred. Cm Monday two witnesses said I A further objection was that it would be impossible to enforce' the Bill and that an A. cruld not be enforced would bring the law into disrepute. It would be marvellous if than wss no need lo provide by law lor the fair and reasonable treatment of one individual by another bul there did not appear to him to be any indication that such a %  tat* Of aflairs would arrive in the near future. With regard to the suggestion that an employer, especially %  householder, could not afford holidays with pay. it amazed Urn that for one fortnight a year a householder either could not do without the help required orould not find a substitute and pay a substitute's wages. There could bo very few cases of householders who had one servant who could not carry on for the short period of a fortnight without such a servant or pay for a substitute It wag suggested that the law would not be complied with It was unlikely that many employers would allow justifiable complaint i to be brought to the notice of the %  The Hon. H. A. Cuke said that It had been felt that a much workable Bill would be one which ran along the lines of legislation In other places Many faults had l>een found with the set up of the Bill and in spite of that it had been sent hock in Its original form. He agreed with the p-lnciple of the Bill and the alternative things that could be done with It were U> pass It as It was or let It go to a Select Committee Referendum The Hon. G. D. L. Pile %  that there should be a referend or some similar measure so that the people would have a chan Miying whether they approved of n particular Bill that had beei passed bv the House when the House wanted to pass It again On three occasions there h bean Ihrw* motions In the Hoi against passing the Bill immediately Everybody was saying that the Bill as It was, was not workiib: and he did not think the Council would be doing its duly to the community if they allowed an unworkable Bill to go through. If it were necessary to re-write Hill it should be re-written. The Hon. G. B. Evelyn that the Bill would work hardships on some employers. The Hon. Mrs. Hanschell said that she could not imagine what n person with only one servant would do when that servant went ra> itt %  The lion Dr. St John agreed that the Bill should be sent to I Select Committee and said that i %  muld be %  > Ki'ave mistake lo pa! It as it was. The I.rird Bishop said that il ould be far better to h. the obligations \hot they saw a beige coloured) clarification "of car—meaning S-96—knock down between the employer and ema man on Black Rork Road after p)oy*e. he rushed out of Yenrwood Oflpf The Bill was then sent to riding a blcvcle. S*'*ct Committee. The Select Committee appointed -t and report on the correspondence between HsOOoWt B Ot •secretary at* Ma* OB the subject of ihumitaii m of the powers of th: Legislative Council yesterday presented the following ret %  kM and report oi> the corOovarnor and the Secretary of Btal OosonsM on the subject of the of the powers of the Legislative Council have ihi honour to submit the following report:— The subject matter of the corI MO ll the powers of the Legislative Council in relation n> these of the House of Assembly and a nuggested modification of the Council powers We think it useful to slate what in the opinion of the Committee are the present powers of the U Council 2 We have divided the powers late :wo sections— In the first section we have placed those powers which the Council have exercised regularly and which are without any question admitted. These are— (a) the power lo Initiate measure of legislation which do not create a charge on the revenue of the Island. (b) The power to reject or amend any legislation submitted to them when such legislation does not create a charge on the revenue of the Island irrespective of the number of limes such legislation is seiu to them. id The power to reieet only any Bill or Resolution which does create a charge on the revenue. In ihe second section we have placed the power which the Council have never surrendered but which, owing to the length of tune which has elapsed since its exercise, has been forgotten Of been assumed to have been surrendered, namely— The power to amend any Bill or Resolution which does create a charge on the revenue. In no pirt of the correspondence is it specifically stated what arc thought to be the present power, of the Council, but from paragraph 3 of Lord Listowel's ilespalch to Sir Hilary Blood dated 20th April. 1948. It can be very reasonably concluded that all the above powers included 0B %  sections are recognised. On the question of wtMRshCf not there should be a second Chamber, paragraph It of Lord LsBtOwt*l despatch leaves n doubt btlt that there should be :i second Chamber and that the Legislative Council should 1%  as an effective part of the I.mslafura hut that its function should be regarded as those of revision and delay, thereby leaving the ultimate decision on Important legislation, whether financial or otherwise, to the House of Assembly. Paragraph 9 of Lord Lis towel', despatch lays down Ihe methods by which this will be achieved 5. There ls no doubt that the Council have on several occasions in exercise of their rights rejected or amended legislation other than money Bills (and by money bill we mean a BUI which creates a rhnrge on the revenue of the Island) sent to them from the House of Assembly and have, on occasions, rejected legislation Sfhieh was %  money Bill: huwever. Sfhan 'inch legislation has again passed the House of afler I Central Election the Council has, as far as thi" Coinittee is aware. invariably cepled and passed such legislation. It may therefore be said lhat. In practice, the principle of deles ii— bain sdopted M .> MO eral policy by the Council without special rule or regulation. The Committee desiripoint out that until recently the life of the House of Assembly was limited to one year and when legislation rejected by the Council was again submitted to them for consideration a General ElecUOD bad intervened at which the electors had had the opportunity to-express a desire for or against the proposed legislation. 7 The life of the Houas of \ having been increased to Ihree years, ihe Committee iecommended that if a change in the manner suggested is to be enforced by regulation it should be effectual only after a dissolution of the Legislature and the election of the New House at which the Electorate had clearly expressed their wish. Extension Of Waterworks Plan Approved By i it*" \*&iM*m* %  fr c A mi Ysstatdaf House of Assembly COUNCIL A KE&OLUTION to approv* the Book of Ra* Plan of the n of Iht Watetworki ;,.,, :-! ,-% %  : h\ 'he HI 11 br**nttv Tin)>.>-,k of i licntc* that the propi a 4-inch dJuncttoi caal iron pipe from the existing main of the DepvUnont in Heckles Hood alonj; an Estate Mousing Board's private roads and land (or tance of ;(57 yards, and tix thorefrotn two standpipi four fire hydrants. limalM. lSSO-ai. "Hie proposed < situation needed laoklni into as the people hero MOP because of the lack Of l If the Crown AajOnUI could no! help them net the materials thUl vear or early next year, they would be faced with more dl' culUes m the futon lUhoped the Government would take itrtmr. steps to see poatUOn was in Barbados and use then inlluence and autttorit) 10 see that materialwap available to them. The pOSitiOn oi the p00| I various tenantry that they were u n a b le get %  MI paa The roads wer t > be epair and he hoped Government would bear all Hu IG things in mind and nibnill *Ua %  > proposals to the Secretary tl State. Mr O T Allder (I.j said lha it had been fell that since the new engineer of the department had been here, the axtanston of lh< •rater supply should reaeh ihcountry areas. In as much as it was said that they would to extend the service after Ih i engineer had arrived. KHM people wire very dissatisfied natter, end It srai made """ %  dlrnrult. when, out of 0 Hon for the exl n of :h" %  ,.,. an) in Michael alone He >m:>.' the House that U dtfftrietl which %  i x tension durini the war should net some consideration. The taximycrs In those areas were satisfied In-cause of the Inrt that there was some difficulty In lerlal, but rlnce UM WOI had lieen over. It WS %  • peeted that 'he department wnuld | .. to those disli hn altad tire Itaiard There was an imp. -' Ith a reasooabU |ai Ml In Burwart Hill if a %  I position would be There weg neah Hall verj man ihe difficulty siill existed It Mhler said thai thcie .is not a good feeling i %  a sen the flficei and tin worked ai those places and he %  ould the senior member for St Michael what had booorne Of the Address which 'i %  he MM. i ment lo give uniforms to the men %  prHSsl it those stations rhe> were s ti! they had not heard anything about the uniforms and he would like the honourable member to xplaln the reason for the delay and the decision of Government i rd Ihe supply of the unl%  'I'll Mr AUder discrimination at Bon and said that It appeared as If I %  %  %  %  ng ertaln em] noting Juniors over the hereby csuslni imount of dissatlsfsctlon Mi t C caoddard fl i .-is' allentn.n l<. the plan on which there v mpplMMna iK r..Psrt I I'-rrr't. ..i % %  • Bsflssssaiaatsff) %  NSSSSAM O. -hlea STITI lh# S*hRr*lnllan. aid lhat "" l-iniivw CiHin'il Iw inlfce to concur ...... %  HW n ..r at w .i %  wo n l f hollda) with pjv lor srndl i U -a -IUI Mi-i>dii^" ih* BMabUsMmml ih. turn l->IM taut •!. • i>i a"i' KM *> "I i %  I.. nkr aiMd Uw Trade Atl ll) ,irr i*-.! nrmt Um* %  • paMTd %  irm' ;.rov Ih. BoeH •< ItofvnHkr* -nd PU.i i uw praM mi • aksshesa at was ..•rka M Ih* fmftK uf SI Huhaal nM MM nU) %  —> isstn Msts fouj itandposi Oluttoo only callWhen COLDS and FLU cause Get Relief Right Where You Need It! •KM QUICK relief of tniieublc doggrdup BOM. sore throat, achy tighroesi in the thest sod S SMJ OJ SjJ cough, nuke sure to try this cm aaa, dax-ratied nestmem: Tonight, at bedtime, rub the chest, onseat and back with Vicks Vapoftob! At OfeCI you feel VapoKub relieving you. betp i oi you, fighting the cold in two direct enes st the same time: 1. UKI A POULTICI VapoRub works in from Sat Srlo, warming; sway chest tighmsti and pain, and "drawing out" congestionAnd — 1. MIDICINAL VAPOURS released from VspoRub by the warmth of the body arc inhaled with every brearh. They soothe the sore, inflamed membranes of nose and throat, east the breathing, help loosen phlegm snd calm troublesome coughing Thai double set ion relieves nose, throat sad chest all at the sama time! Helps you sleep! Keeps on working through the night! By morning, uiuilly, most of the misery is \ gone snd you feel much better IDVAL FOR CHILDREN • EQUALLY GOOD FOR ADULTS %  ton mad wnaveei %  I .'il two. He fell that cither Uw ion or the plan at) %  hanged and suggesti-d that It should be the resolution because a crowd ed ar"-a would be I Tenantry Kaciliii.s He knew of some tenantries that were being developed ami offertnsj taeUlttc to the tenants by allowing them to n.slal water at their own expense and many peopl' Bay Estate area would I i ful for lhat. Mr D D darner (C) said thai %  lesoluttOn like Unit should re than tw<> sUiniipi-st What was really worrying him was the delay by the Crown i sending down the i % %  '. .-..I %  (up. all. r ti ivlliU the order from them foi lUeri %  l0ts| time TnerS ss Bjreat need %  throughout the length and breadth bad voi i money (ai .' inaterial. but the position did not MM HI to be any ltU-r now. He said lhat II < %  BsSd I Europe was gettliu: DSOBt of wha' England could produce and the OOtonlee were left to BUffSl IB B pariah thenwere m.ii %  pie had neither waU'i gos ii hi and lb ee were tlung ."huh .ill people should have A strom: case thoold be made oul by me Oovommenl to ersaj the Crown Agents to send down the m.iiiiiaiwetei • %  i ''nothing whirh should be given i i the inhabit.mis d even eOOntl t ai the ch eap o it possLble rate, He fell thai whenever a hOU •' wai erected there ihould be Water In H The people acquainted %  . .iitiiry districts wool 1 ku. w how far those uOOnlg fa ter pultun: In a hard day's work He was of the opinion lhat the 1 needed re\ I'ion The island j On fe R DEATH CHAMBER WILL COST OVER $2,000 l'i IB 1 nF-S!'AIN. Rot B new exei utiiiii chembet t" be erected it % % % %  .. the prison itn. ii tspei led b • %  m %  $2,000 Pretghi ami othei equip %  ihe United Kingdom ISlACKACHE JUST A SIGN OF AGE? TIIK nan nu wnx Nivn FORGKT: FRENCH Perfumes • OOSBLMH, l-ANVIN, MH.I.OT. • JEAN PATON CIRO I.F.NTIIF.RIC C.IFT SITS • MAX FACTOR. VARIH KVS. PONDS • ATTRACTIVI BOXi:S OF (IKK OI.ATI.S FOR TIIK asms .... • ncMin.i. rii-is, 00BO1 nris • 1.1 A Till K WAI.LKTS • CIIROMIl'M CIGARFTTK CASES • CKMIBTrl LIGHTERS KNIGHTS LTD nWS. mi a* Ph.rm.c, All desserts are better with BIRDS CUSTARD %  1 Msnv ; i %  n II A ,i. in i and pasM %  Fault) action "i Id Ini %  • %  sad llvei am h bellei > u l HI i your I both nlti i Ml impuril from you I ; %  i %  :i., *. niaio* ipn ial n in%  il ins %  %  i„ i the I %  and liter I %  it j/oa'ri I i ut, tlrad. h j D • m I i .i Ai ..li .i.g iuinls and %  To make sure of unequalled T flavour, crcamiiKM, smoothness ... be certain your custard ii Mud's I oi as long ss you ... or your moilicr . can remember ihe name Bird'* has been an irymg quality. I So nta sou nsk lor ( uiuud, it's eke lo ask far Bird's I %  iVaVaVaVaVaVaVa-.V %  1 *. 1 #A I I 1 #M III.I 1 %  PURINA %  1 PI<;EON CHOW %  H. JASON JONES & CO. LTD. OkubiM V-"AVBV.VV.V.V-V." w...-,w.v.-,w/>wv,v ; i j a o s o—————C TOYS! TOYS! TOYS! I COME AND SEE OUR I.OVF.LY RANGE OF TOYSM WV have evprylhini; lo amur Ihe kiW. ALSO XMAS TREE DECORATIONS We can supply you with Ihe Mn-l llc.iii'ilul \ "! um n: ever thought of. ATX AT REAiONAP'.E PRICES Pa) Da A ViMt TO-DAY, and make your Selections llftiutitiit ll*>dst*r*'***ls COTTON & CHENILLE .. pali p.ihMm-, .mil Hun Hi-tUprrmls fur sinuliiiink sic 7ii" x w E. $6.50 Beds. Mat HO" X 100" Ea. $9.50, $9.75 and $11.75 1.1,lulls iil.lv (Ill-Nil.I.K ll.-ilspreiiil. fur. in ereen mid blue. Ben w s IN Ea., $22.00 IAVI; snnui s, to., LTD. 10. II. 12 & I) Broad Sireel BARBADOS HARDWARE GO. LTD. (THE BOUSE FOB BMil.MSSi \., ii liaa Biaal -: phone 210s & an. //AW^.r/v.v///.v.'.v.v.VyW/.v,V/.V/.v,V "K" SHOES ARE HADE IN A FACTORY WHICH A1.ISKS IN THE MAKINO Of SHOES FOR MEN ONLY THE RESULTS OF MANY YKAK EXPER1MBNT AND KXPERIENCK 1 EMBODIED IN THEIR MANL' FACTIIRE AND EVERY PAIR COMBINES FOOT COMFORT X^* WITH STYLISH APPEARANCE AND GREAT DURABILITY. "B" SHOES AUK -NOW OBTAINABLE IN MANY SMART STYLES AND EACH MODEL IS STOCKED IN A WIDE RANGE OF FITTINGS THUS KNSri'lNG A PERFECT KIT INSIST ON HAVING THE BEST AND — THE BEST IS "K" BRAND H A R R I S 0 N S BROAD STREET SOLE LOCAL DISTRIBUTORS



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PAGI M\ BARBADOS ADVOCATE WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER J*, lS f HENRY BY CARL ANDERSON MICKEY MOUSE BY WALT DISNEY %  I ^1 s:,jCAN VOU EVES "X I'M 30 A8MA*AC£>! Foeas'vt e T 1 HCW CAN I PACE va-> VnCtcE GO *CS / MV FIZiBNJT A^J? ATEENfV BIT 7! t oven -r-E SIEEP \\-J U>MIT : Jv -\ BLONOIE BY CHIC YOUNG \ f M li<.\[>CT EGG '/ I 1 DAGWOOO VOJH j EGGS APE PEAPV < n THE LONE RANGER BY FRANK STRIKER BK. EMJOv T-4# PGACOUecx'TuoG--_ Sr-TMAT'* A YMOW KM YOU )f *JSW A \' 'ISWSLLPLEAwtE .CAi.LTMAr A 1 0U. [ M PLSA&JBE 'I i^>UO-6Tt[?CO f *Q ? MI5 jl 0**OT IftZZ r er* ^ RIP KIRBY BY ALEX RAYMOND / YOU'D BETTER COAAE ) C v) CNCL6 UAS WAD S **CTR ATT.W.. ^ ^ *1 AND Tl-CHB AKE *) %  ^. I torn <"---' „TH,M*S vcu KWOW THE PHANTOM IA GOT TO DASH praaxieTT" JNCLE CORNELIUS IS 11 '— AII:>I|H •flcr-riiBc. For hair lhal'i hatrOUi, IM Haltt AMCHICAI aiafifir ffiitNG SHAMPOO In AnwrHa.HatouuwlUallrtlinxh.mUH-... IVlM women have |