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— PHarvbados

Tories Tipped To Win
By 75-Seat Majority



ESTABLISHED 1895





In New Parliament

“Churchill Is Too
Old Says Attlee”

PRIME MINISTER Clement Attlee said on Fri-| nose

LONDON, Oct. 5.

day night that the Labour Government had

followed the “paths of peace’’

Iranian oil crisis.

in West Walthamston he replied sharply to
Winston Churchill’s charges that the Labourites

had bungled the Iranian
“The line taken by

affair,
Churchill is characteristic.

He always tries the method of personal attack on
me. I don’t think this method is very successful
but Churchill is too old to change his methods.”

_ Popular opinion polls and sta-
tistical analysis suggest barring
any major change in the next

few weeks Conservatives should;

win the October 25 election with
a substantial majority in the
Commons,

There are no signs of a land-

slide yet. There are more signs|

of another close fight. But all
odds seem to favour Winston
Churchill’s Conservatives to win
maybe with a majority of 75 to
100 seats.

_ King George VI still recover-
ing from a serious lung opera-
tion held a bedside Privy Coun-
cil at Buckingham Palace this
morning to sign the proclamation
formally dissolving the old Par-
liament which went through its
prorogation ceremony yesterday’
during its last sitting.

British opinion polls have been
uncannily accurate in two pre-
vious postwar elections—1945 and
1950. They have not yet suffer-
ed the fate of pollsters in the
U.S, in the 1948 Presidential
campaign. But their predictions
a =. are very cautious. At

is early stage of the campai:
hedged With many fends"

“ifs”, “ands”
and “buts”,

Narrowing Gap
The latest Gallup poll publish-
ed today by the Yibers News

Chronicle showed another nar-
rowing of the gap between Con-
servatives and Labourites,

Today 50.5 per cent of those
polls favour Conservatives. 43.5
per cent Labour, 5.5 per cent
Liberals and one half of one per
cent others.

The Conservative lead is seven
per cent today compared with 11
per cent a week ago.

This is similar to the Conserva-
tive Daily Express own poll which’
showed Conservative
standing at 8 per cent higher than
Labourites this week, compared

with 12 per cent last week.



WINNING
WINNIE?



—He may be next Premier.

$tviasieitanai adamant ier cnaiiitigarenianieiaatialagiginamaet
f, \ ‘ ”
Al Case Of “Shock
KOREA, Oct. 5
An unknown G.I. of the Seventh
Division came down out of the
hills recently for a shower, a
shave and some uninterrupted
sleep. As he .passed the regi-
mental aid station he fell into a
fine for some aspirin tablets. The
line was long and he laid down
on an empty stretcher. He was
soon fast asleep. When he awoke
he found he had been picked up,
diagnosed as a “shock” case ort a
medical tag and evacuated to a
medical collecting station.
—UP.

ty|even before the

— r

US. Blamed

For Evacuation
From Abadan

LONDON, Oct. 5.

Britain’s most

| Make Indo-China

in its handling of the| “volunteers”
: . : * been
Opening his election campaign | would become critical for, Indo-
(iain as well as for Thailand and

_ From All Quarters:

R.d Chinese Can

Ne . ‘ege
Situation Critical
The New York Times taking
of the iatest reports of a
Communist attack in Indo-China
said if Chinese Communist
intervene as has
predicted, thé situation

Burma.

It said: “It has been assumed
that the demands of the Korean
battlefront were sufficiently great
to prevent Chinesé Communists
from giving any really substan-
tial aid to the Indo-Chinese sec-
tor.

Replaces Petsche; — Joseph
Laniel has been confirmed as one
of France's two Ministers of State
to replace Maurice Petsche who
died last month. Laniel, an Inde-
pendent, was formerly Minister of
Communications.

That position will be taken over
by Roger Duchet who will con-
tinue duties as Minister of Public
Works.

Laniel’s elevation was decreed
by French President Vincent







pro-American | Aurio] and announced by Premier

and influential weekly magazine|Rene Pleven.

the Economist blamed the Uni-

Cripps in London:—Sir Stafford

ted States for forcing Great Bri-] Cripps, ex-Chancellor of the Ex-
tain into a “Middle East Munich” chequer arrived today from Zurich

by the evacuation of Abadan,

It said: “Americans have now
deliberately acquired the rights
to Neville Chamberlain’s umbrel-
a”.

The Economist is normally a
strong defender of Anglo-Ameri-
can relations and a bitter critic
of those who attack U.S. for-
eign policy. But today the maga-
zine accused the U.S. of “dic-

tating” tne Abadan evacuation.

It said: “ _| today “with great reluctance” that
haus ee of ae a it will raise its retail price from

in Iran was in the last analysis
dictated by Washington.”



U.S. Hopes “Ike”
Will Command
Continental Army

By ARTHUR J. OLSON

WASHINGTON, Oct 5.

The United States hopes Gen-
eral Eisenhower will be granted
“temporary stewardship” over
the forces which will one day
comprise a continental army
European de-
fence comraunity treaty is rati-

fied according to qualified U.S. | 4tacon4.

sources.

They emphasized that the U.S.} General
will take no part in drafting a] Muratorio, Commander of the Air
treaty this winter although the! Force has
will be made] functions.

U.S. viewpoint
known to negotiators.
The prime _ consideration

army concept, according to these
sources is the need for raising
a_ plausible defensive force on
the continent at the earliest pos-
sible moment.

They said the only practical way! borough. The third plane of the

to achieve this goal is to delegate
to Eisenhower's Supreme Head-
quarters the task

and training these forces during|500 m,p.h.
revolu- | lieved killed,

the early stages of the
tionary unification project.

—U-P.



| On Murder Charge

(From Our Own Correspondent)
ANTIGUA, Oct. 5.
At 8 o'clock last night 14-year-
old Ethelyn Whyte of Crosbys

Estate was admitted to Holberton| hurricane relief fund opened here
condition} show no signs of flagging. The
with stabs on the back and abdo-| latest move is the organization of
to}an All Star variety show to be
enquiry and upon! given by a big troupe of famous
investigation came upon the dead] names in Show business at Lon-
Henrietta |don’s Whitehall Theatre, October
Edwards lying in a field of young| 14.

Hospital in a_ critical

men, The Police
Crosbys for

proceeded

body of a woman

cotton with her head severed com-
pletely from ear to ear.

murder on Thomas Dowdye, a

serrat working at Crosbys.
alleged that Edwards

are carrying out

Dowdye is remanded in



Bradley For Europe

WASHINGTON, Oct. 5.
General Omar Brad!éy, Chair-
man of the Joint Chiefs of Staff
fold newsmen on Friday he will
leave for Europe by air probably

—U.P. change is made necessary by the
"| higher...

1 in} now Inspector General, has been
U.S. thinking on the European} named to replace him,

of organizing] believed to be flying at more than

At 1.15 a.m, the Police effected| mittee expects a gross of about
an arrest and made a charge of| £1,200 through their generosity.

labourer who is a native of Mont-} in
It is| people
was} Beatrice Lillie, Gwen Catley and
Dowdye’s paramour and the police |Hermoine Baddeley. West Indians
further investi-| include Hazel
gation surrounding the incidences.| Attwell.
prison. | Smith

where he underwent treatment for
spinal disease. He said: “I am
not taking part in politics for
another year.”

To Advise Venezuela: — The
British Foreign Office said that
three London police inspectors
will leave shortly for Venezuela
to advise the Venezuelan Govern-
ment on police organisation and
training.












x port prices which the Board
Chicago Tribune Raises Price:—| axnected to secure as a result of
The Chicago Tribune announced arbitration.



four to five cents per copy effec-
tive next Monday. It said: “The



of everyth that
goes into the making of a news-
paper.”

Press Threatened:—A London
newspaper editor said today that
forces were at work which might
jeopardise the freedom of the
Press.

Uranium Deposits Found:—The
Chilean Government announced
that two geologists of the U.S.
Atomic Energy Commission have
discovered uranium deposits in
waste accumulated at copper and
other mines in the back country.

The geologists’ report adds that
radio activity also was discover-
ed farther north in the province of











New Air Chief:—The Argentine
Air Ministry said that Brigadier-
Oscar Eduardo Justo

“ceased” his official
It said that Brigadier-
Major Gustavo Adolfo Hermanson

Jets Collide:—Two R.A.F. Jet
Meteor fighters, flying in from the
sea in a dense fog at a terrific
speed, crashed head on into 300-
foot cliffs off the town of Flam-

formation just managed to clear

the cliff top. The planes were

Both pilots were be-



All Star Show
To Help J’ca

(From Our Own Correspondent)

LONDON, Oct, 5.
Two months of efforts since the























Performers will give their time
—free, and the Relief Fund Com-

West Indian artists are included
the programme along with
like Tommy Trinder,

Scott, Winifred

Louise Bennett, Muriel
and Adelaide Hall. And
Trinidad’s own All Steel Percus-
sion Orchestra will be there.

Hollywood star Linda Darnell
who was in Jamaica on location |
at the time of the hurricane, has
promised to be there also.

The Entertainments Sub-com-*
mittee tried to get Gracie Fields
along too, but Gracie regretted

on Sunday to acquaint the repre-| she was unable to do so.

sentatives of the Greek and Turk-
ish Governments with the North
Atlantic Treaty Organisation. He
said he will confer in Paris with

Eisenhower before going to Athens’

and Ankara.—U.P.

The Colombo Plan

TORONTO, Oct. 5
Nick Cavell, Director of the In-
ternational Co-operation Division
of the Department of Trade and
Comme.'ce, called on the Canadian
Finance and Industry Minister on



The fund to-day passed
£100,000. Many contributions of
£500 and over are still coming in.



TO-DAY’S WEATHER
CHART

Sunrise: 5.46 a.m.

Sunset: 5.54 p.m, |

Moon: New

Lighting: 6.00 p.m.

High Tide: 8.02 am., 7.29
p.m

, }
Friday tu help make the Colombo Low Tide: 135 am, 1.04 {|
Plan for the rehabilitation of the | p.m. |)
South-East of Asia work.—U.P, '

a a oe tn eee aes nm,

|
|
| ;



cruise.

market prices
grades.

The new prices come into effect
only on January 1 and will con-
tinue for thvee years.
buying prices had to be adjusted
in time for this year’s autumn
crop —- and were based on ex-

The
during these



this period will be more
covered during the first
months of next year when the
new export prices come _ into
effect.

Bayley cdded that the Boards
















the centre and

24 hours after






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—. an ol 6 Si *
A BRITISH FLOTILLA of three ships and four Sub marines have arri
Photo shows Danish maines helping with

Langelinie.-BXPRESS

Rice Boa





FLO

55 WELT







TILLA

: Re een

ae Jee = a ee
ved in Copenhagen on a training
the mooring of the British ships on their arrival*at

mere



rd Will |"mpire Sugar

Production
Lose $75 0,000 Drop Expected
ee Se

The Rice Marketing

oard operations for the four

(From Our Own Correspondent)

LONDON, Oct, 5.
With the exception of Mauritius

months’ period September to December, will result in the] Whose crop is expected to con-
financial loss of approximately $750,000 due to the fact that|Sttute @ new record, British Com-
the Board during this period will be buying rice from pro-

ducers at prices above export prices, disclosed Pe
ley, Board Manager, when asked to comment on the new|ing to the

rices.
ayley said the new prices























Board will be
four





for the crop year
September 1952 will break more
or less even.

ADVOCATE J’CA
RELIEF FUND

Those bringing up the
rear, added another mite to
the Fund yesterday. Antici-
pating this the opportunity
to subscribe was extended
until today,

It is hoped that you have
not missed this additional
chance to help.

Amt. prev. ack. $12,151.23

Arthur J. Caddle 1,00
Pupils of St. Bartholo-

mew’s Girls’ School 5.00

. G. 3.00

$12,160.23



Hurricane Heads

_ For Massachusetts

WASHINGTON, Oct. 4

The Atlantic hurricane’ charged
northeastward
Atlantic coast and was expected to
hit the Nantucket and Cape Cod
areas of Massachusetts with 40 to
50 mph winds this afternoon and
to-night.

The Weather Bureau
storm was centred 220 miles east of
Norfolk, Virginia
northeastward at 8 to 10 mph with
highest winds of 78 to 80 mph near
gales extending
outward as far as 250 miles to the
north and east.

to-day along the

and

The hurricane whirled off the
Virginia and Carolina coasts for
claiming at least
one life, battering scores of ham-
lets and
$2,000,000 damage in Florida.

It then swerved out to sea pick-
ing up speed.

causing more

' —U.P.

But local

buying

less
nine




said the

moving

than

e - ae +
more or less in line with what is)
expected. :

They are the minimum world
for comparable

SS gg a

HERBERT MORRISON

The Position of tain

Britons Was |

Intolerable
Says Morrison

2 LONDON, Oct. 5,

_ Foreign Secretary Herbert Mor-
rison replied on Friday te press
interviews of the staff of the
Anglo-Iranian Oil Co. who said on
return to England on Thursday
night they would have been pre-
pared to remain in Abadan as long
as the British Government wanted
them to,

monwealth sugar cane production

is expected to show an overall

ter Bay- drop in the coming season accord-

latest sugar market
report of Czarnikow Limited,

Disastrous weather conditions in
Australia, South Africa and the
Fiji Islands have seriously affected
erops it says,

Crop prospects in the Carib-
bean are brighter with Cuba ex-
pected next year to make an im-
portant addition to her current
year’s output.

World sugar beet prospects are
no better than those for cane.
European production has been hit
by a late start and ungeasonable
weather earlier in the year,

U.K, beet production, despite a
healthy crop, will do well if it
reaches 500,000 tons or 177,000 tons
less than last season’s exceptional
ried the wepo
— At the

that the sugar output in uUrope,
excluding Soviet Russia, may be
between 700,000 and 800,000 tons
below last season,

United States beet production
will also show “a substantial fall”
Canadian output will not
the record level of last

season,

“The resulting gaps will have to
be filled from one source or
another if the current rate of
consumption is to be maintained”
says the report. “At the moment
the market is disposed to lay a
little more emphasis on the pos-
sibility of a larger crop in Cuba
than on the reduced output anti-
cipated in Europe.”

Cargo Ship Sinks
19 Men Missing

NEW YORK, Oct, 5.
Five survivors of the 3,325-ton
eargo ship Southern Isle which



‘His Majesty's Government wish| broke in half and sank 400 miles

to make it clear,” Morrison said in | off
his statement that “the decision | with

Charleston, South Carolina
24 men aboard were res-

to withdraw the British staff was| cued uccording to the coast guard.

taken in the light of reports from
the Company’s management

Abadan confirmed by those re-

They said five were picked up

in| by the freighter Charlotte Lykes

which is at the scene. The

ceived from H.M. Consul General | freighter radioed it may possibly

at Korramshahr.

The position of the British staft
has been rendered virtually intol-
erable by the action of the Per-
sian Government and the British
staff were not prepared to remain
at Abadan beyond October 3 unless
they could be enabled to resume
their jobs and there had been a

complete change in attitude of the!

Persian Government to wards
them.”—U.P.



Senator Taft

Will Soon Decide |

WASHINGTON, Oct. 5
Senator
today that he will decide soon
whether to become a candidate
for the 1952 Republican Presi-
dential Nomination — Taft who
yesterday was asked. to. enter
Wisconsin Presidential Primary
next April, said in a statement
that he wants to be sure
majority of Republicans
want me to run”’-~

really

| peac etime $5,693,780,830
; Spending pill on Friday after be-

Robert Taft indicated

“the

—U.P.

sight more survivors.

Two freighters in the area, the
Coast Guard cutter Cherokee
and two Coast Guard planes
j; were speeding to assist in the
search for more crewmen,

j —UP

APPROVE BILL
WASHINGTON, Oct, 5
The House approved a recora
military



ing warned that there is “no easy
and inexpensive” road to victory
through “fantastic weapons.” The
compromise Bill carries funds for
the Army, Navy and Air Force for
| 12 months ending next June 30,

‘ ~U.P.

AFFILIATION
TOKYO, Oct. 5



| A brief announcement by Pei-
ping Radio monitored here re-
{ported on Saturday the Chinese
Peoples’ Liberation Army has

| affiliated itself “as a whole” to the
| Sir.o-Soviet Friendship Associa-
tion, —U.P.

A-Bomb Is A Revolution

(By CHARLES CORDDRY)

WASHINGTON, Oct. 5.

Britain's Royal Airforce
with one of the toughest
jobs in the Western Defence
setup is flying out of Raute
combat planes and desper-
ately needs time to mod-
ernize

The harsh fact is Britain
has not even a handful of
the recently introduced
ultra-modern jet fighters and
bombers which its Govern-
ment and industry leaders
daily proclaim to be the
world’s best.

Substantial production
orders have been placed but
the depressing list of man-

power, materials, and
machine tools problems re-
mains to be solved. It is

likely that it will be one to
two years before the R.A.F.

has even moderate numbers
of the truly great airplanes
which Britain believes gave
her world leadership.

Industry sources reluct-
antly assented to this estim-
ate. Against this background
following the grim response
given by a high R.A.F. officer
when asked how Britain's
present interceptors would
fare against invading bomb-
ers said:

“The atomic bomb is not a
development. It is a revolu-
tion, There's no comparable
revolution on the side of
defence.”

The impression was . that
the R.A.F. with the para
mount mission of defending
Britain as a base for Allied
counter operations, might do
well enough against conven
tional bombing. The atomic
bomb is another matter

Whole air forces can't be
stopped and the planes that
get through might be the
ones with atomic bombs.

Those great new war-
planes now still in factories
are urgently needed. An
officer said the saving factor
in the situation today is the
U.S. strategic air command
and the U.S. stockpile of
atomic bombs. For the
number one job in a war
with Russia, especially an
atomic war, would be to de-
feat the Red air force on its
home ground, that is to
knock out its bases installa-
tions and factories

It would not be enough to
wait passively for Red
bombers and try to pick
them off with fighter planes
and aftti-aircraft artillery
although Britain is also

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PRICE: FIVE CENTS



' Communists Fall

Five United Nations

RIDGWAY
ACCUSED
By Reds

TOKYO, Oct. 5

The Communists called General
Ridgway’s plan to change the site
of the Korean truce talks a “dirty
trick” as negotiations appeared no
nearer resumption than they have
been for 44 days.

Radio Peiping, official propa-
ganda organ for Red China, said
on Friday that Ridgway's “pro-
posal to change the conference
site to Songhyon is nothing new.”
Communists insist there is nothing
wrong with Kaesong as a truc>
conference site.

An exchange of notes yesterday
between Communist war-lorcds
Kim Il Sung and Peng Teh Husi
and the U.N. Commander said
nothing but to restate the position
of both sides,

The Reds turned down Songhyon
as a compromise site and said the
proposal to move from Kacson
was “void of reason.”

Ridgway immediately asked th«
Reds to pick their own compro
mise site and assured them tha!
meetings would be resumed ther
promptly if it was “acceptable” t:
him. Without a substantial chang:
in the stand of one side or th
other in this squabble over
truce camp site, there appeared
no change of a negotiated peace
soon in the Far East.—wU,P.

Canada Hopes
To Expand



Back In Korea ,

EIGHTH ARMY HEADQUARTERS, Ko
BATTERED COMMUNIST ARMIES sudd
up their death stand in Western Korea and
under attack by 100,000 United Nations
divisions
outer crust of the Reds’ “Little Siegfried
day of the flaming fall offensive along

a be



fin

Reds abaq

earlier, The

eized withou
height which had ¥
throwers, tanks and
aults for seven days

Communists are believed. to have
taken ug New): positions ber
north h awetltig towlying Las

below Pyongyang North Korean
capital:

Eleven 629 Superfortresses
thundered out ahead of U.N,

ground forces and blasted the cen-
tre of Pyongyang. They dumped
130 tons of bombs on a 1,200 foot
steel railway bridge across the
Taedong river which bisects the
Red capital.

Superfortresses reported only
“meagre” anti-aircraft fire and no
fighter opposition. All returned
safely to their base. At the same
time U.S. jet fighters shot down
one Soviet built MIG 15 jet and
damaged another in two battles
over northwest Korea.

A total of 136 planes took part
in two dog-fights. In one US.
jets were out-numbered nearly
three to one. All U.N. jets returned
safely to their bases.

—U.P.

King Abandons
Australian Tour



CANBERRA, Oct. 5.
King George VI decided to
abandon his scheduled tour of

Australia next year following the
operation for the removal of all
or part of his lung, authoritative
sources said,

Princess Elizabeth and _ the
Duke of Edinburgh will make the
tour instead of the King.

The sixteenth -medical bulletin
issued since King George’s oper-
ation said: “The King’s improve-
ment continues.”

—U.P.



B.W.L. Trade | 4.ms Bill Sent Back

OTTAWA, Oct. 5.

The critical in Britain's
dollar reserves as virtually
eliminated Canada’s hopes for
relaxation in Britain’s import con-
trols but there was still hope that
it would not affect plans to
expand trade with the British
West Indies,

Trade officials saia to-day they
still were hopeful that the plan
to widen the Canada-B.W.I, trade
liberalization programme will be
approved by the British Colonial
| Office before the end of the year



They disclosed however that
another scheme to increase quotas
under the Canada—Britain token
shipment plan has been stymied
by the deteriorated economic
position in Britain, A conference
aimed at increasing B.W.1I, pur-
chases in Canada through increas-
ed allocations of dollars by Britain
was held here last spring. An
agreement wag reached to boost
quotas on Canadian exports which

B.W.1I. will allow into its mar-
%

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WASHINGTON, Oct. 5.

"The Mouse ed on Friday
all but one provision of the
$7,483,400,000 Foreign Aid Bill and
sent this arms economic assistance
programme back to the Senate.
The roll call vote was 234 to 98.
The House refused to accept the
provision voted by the Senate to
make the mutual security Admin-
istrator a director of the Export-
Import bank.—U.P.

‘Quake Felt In Antigua

(From Our Own Correspondent)
AN'TIGUA
An earth tremor lasting about
eighteen seconds, was felt in An-
tigua at 10.02 p.m. on Tuesday,
October 2nd.



The “ADVOCATE”
pays for NEWS
Dial 3113
Day or Night





IT’S THE TOBACCO THAT COUNTS

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PAGE TWO :

(Carib Calling —

R. IAN GALE, Ass‘stant Edi-

tor of the “Barbados Advo-

eate” has been appointed Acting

Editor of this newspaper during

the illness of his father Mr. Louis

Gale who recently returned from
Canada.

Mr. lan Gale who is also a bar-
rister-at-law joined the staff of the
Daily Express after leaving Catn-
bridge where he took his Blue for
swimming.

Passed M.R.C.P.
EWS has been received that
Dr, Harold Forde has passed

his M.R.C.P. at Edinburgh.

Dr. Forde who is a medical offi-
eer in British Honduras is the son
of Mr. William’ McD. Forde, Mar-
ter Shipwright “and Surveyor ‘ of
Shipping in this island.

Back From Washington
D* J. W. P. HARKNESS,

C.M.G., O,B.E., Medical
Adviser to the Comptroller for De-
velopment and Welfare and Dr.
J. P. O'Mahony, returned from
Washington ‘yesterday via Trini-
dad by B.W-1.A.

They had attended the General
Meeting of the Regional Commit-
tee of the World Health Organiza-
tion for the Western Hemisphere.

* * *

R. BERNARD ROEFE of the
Secretariat of the Develop-

ment and Welfare Organization
returned from Washington on
Thursday evening by air via
Puerto Rico after attending a
meeting of the Working Commit-
tee of the Caribbean Commission,

Y.W.C.A, Fair

RS. A, A. GIBBONS, Presi-
dent of the Y.W.C.A., will
Officially open the Y.W.C.A.
Fair which takes place at the Mod-
arn High School tnis evening from
3 to 8 o'clock, There will be lucky
dips, wheels of fortune, other side
shows, as well as stalls of house-
hold and fancy work. A Steel

Band will provide the music.
Mrs. D, H. L. Ward, Secretary,
told Carib that the Fair is being
held by the girls of the Y.W..C.A.
in an effort to get badly needed
funds. She said: “It is really a
splendid effort on their behaif.
The Committee of Management
have nothing to do with this Fair.”

Bank Manager Returns
M® J. R. RODGER, Manager
of the Canadian Bank of
Commerce, returned to Barbados
on Thursday morning in the Lady
Rodney from Canada where he
had spent two months’ holiday.
He was accompanied by Mrs.
Rodger.
On Honeynioon
R. and Mrs, Hugo Smitter who
were married in Venezuela,
are now in Barbados on their
honeymoon. They arrived here
recently by L.A.V. and are stay-
ing at the Aquatic Club.
rt. Smitter works with the In-
ternational Business Machines
Corporation in» Venezuela, His
wife is a cousin of Mrs. Vernon
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“Of course 1 know what un
portant day October the 25th

is—it's my birthday!”

Attended Aviation Talks
R. CARL AGOSTINI, Director
of Civil Aviation in Trini-
dad, arfived here oh Thursday
night from London via Jamaica by
B.W.LA. after attending aviation
talks. He returned to Trinidad
yesterday morning by B.W.I.A.
Director For St. Vincent
R. WILLIAM HUGHES, Di-
rector of Messrs. Wm. Fogar~
ty Ltd. was a passenger on Thurs-
day night in the Lady Rodney for
St. Vincent on a business visit in
the interest of his firm. He ex-
pects to be back in about two
weeks’ time,
To Advise Leéward Islands

Government
R, D. A. PERCIVAL, Assist-
ant Economic Adviser to the
Comptroller for Development and
Weltare, left for St, Kitts yester-
day by B.W.LA, to advise the Lee-
ward Islands Government on the
collection: and compilation of stat-
istics.

Mr. Percival will also visit An-
tigua before returning to Barba-

dos on October 25,

On Holiday
R. and Mrs. Leonardo Castro
of Venezuela arrived earlier
in the week by L.A.V. for a holi-
day. They were accompanied by
their two children and are staying
at the Hotel Royal,

Trinidad Magistrate

R. VICTOR RAMSARAN,

Magistrate of Port-of-Spain,
Trinidad, was_an intransit passen-
ger here on Wednesday morning
in the Colomibie from Englana
where he had been on_ three
months’ holiday.

After One Month
ASTER spending a month’s holi«

day here, Mr, and Mrs. Andres
Loustaunau and two. children of
Caracas, Venezuela, réturned home
yesterday by LAV. They were
syaying at the Hotel Royal.

r. Loustdunau. is employed
with International Business Ma-
chines in Caracas.

Learning ata Loss

NEW YORK

For month after month America
has been rolling up an impressive
reeotd of “bigger and better” in
nearly every field imaginable,
from output to salaries and steel
production to jobs filled.

Now comes a sudden drop—in
eollege enrolment. As the new
academic year starts, colleges and
universities across the country
report 2,250,000 undergraduates—
a drop of a quarter of a million
on last year.

This is serious news for Ameri-
can universities, because since the
war many of them have been in
financial difficulty and are still
“operating in the red.”

So they are having to eat into

their basic endowment funds,
which is like an individual living
on capital.

To cut costs they are reducing
staffs. Ten thousand fewer dons
are teaching this year. And, help-
ing to cut the number of students,
is the ending of the “G.I. Bill of
Rights,” by which ex-Servicemen
received substantial Government

great deal of nerve.
But when the police charged
40-year-old Joseph Ireland with



|

Chemist And Druggist
M® and Mrs. Paul Tomasi and |
their daughter Elizabeth of
Venezuela who have been holi~ |
daying here for some time, expect
to return heme next week by air.
They are staying at Paradise Beach
Club,
Mr. Tomasi is a-~ prominent
chemist and druggist of Ciudad,
Bolivar, Venezuela.
Enjoyed Holiday
A”. spending an enjoyable
three weeks’ holiday here,
Miss B. Dos Santos of St. Vincent
returned home on Thursday night
in the R.M.S. Lady Rodney.
Miss Dos Santos is an employee
of Messrs. Correia and Co. Ltd of
Kingstown.
Acted As Manager
R. and Mrs. A. MACKIE re- |
turned to Trinidad yester- |
day by B.W.LA. after spending a
couple of weeks here, |
t. Mackie who & employed in-
Trinidad with the Shel} Company |
was acting feanaeer of tne Shei) |
Petroleum Installation here for |
Mr. Clarence Skinner who was on |
leave, _ |
For Three Weeks
FF to. Trinidad for three |
weeks’ holiday is Mrs, G. M.
Gordon of the firm of Messts. |
D, M. Simpson & Co. She left on
Thufsday night in the Lady |
Rodney. |
On Official Visit
R, W. D. WARDEN, Superin-
tendent of the Demerara
Life Assurance Company, left for
British Guiana on Thursday night |
on one of his usual official visits. |
Vincéntians Return Home
R, C, E, PROVIDENCE who
works with C.P.I.M. in
Curacao, his wife and two chil-
dren, left for St. Vineent on Thurs-
day night ih the Lady Rodney to
spend two months’ Holiday.
Other Vineentians returning
home on Thursday night in the
Lady Rodney on holiday from
Curacao were Mr. K, King, Mr.
S. J. Brown and Mr. W. E. Jacubs.
They had all arrived here on Sun-
day By K.L.M. chartered ‘plane
from Curacao.
Brought Son To School
RS. DOROTHY HOWELL
whose husband is now work-
ing With Barclays Bank in St. Vin-
cent after being transferred from
British Guiana, left the island. on
Thursday night in the Lady Rod-
ney, for St. Vincent.
fs, Howell came over here to
ut her son Ian into school at the
odge and was staying with her
mother Mrs. P. King at
“Wayne”, Rockley.

On Evangelistic Tour

EV. T. E. ASLIN, Pastor of

the White Park 5 gia

Holiness Chtirch left for St. Vin-
cent on Thtirsday night in the
Lady Rodney on an evangelistic
tour which is expected to last for
one mofth. He was accompanied
by Mrs, Aslin, i

This, say the critics, could
easily bind the hands of the West
in helping an underground among
the Soviet satellites.

CUSTER’S MAN

JACOB HORNER needed a
horse. Because he could not find
one—on a summer’s day in 1876—
he started to footslog his way
along the trail of General Custer’s

the theft there was no need to cavalry command,

arrest him—he
jail.

To carry out the theft he missed
an appointment with a probation
officer, So the officer revoked
Ireland’s bail for a _ previous
offence,

EARLY TO BED ?

THAT

was already in

“The people’s fun.”

longer.
= OUTLAWS ?

THERE is a brisk row in pro-
ess over UNO’s proposed Inter-
9 Legal Code because it Yt tutn out enough pennies

national

“EARLY TO BED” 97.
proverb is slightly shaken by the

findings of a svientifie survey on

The survey .
shows that people who sleep eight !
and a half hours or less have
ore fun than those who sleép

So he missed the massacre in
which all Custer’s men were
wiped out by Chief Sitting Bull’s
Indians. ol \%

Now, 75 years after his com-
rades, death has come to Jacob
Horner, a prosperous butcher in
Bismarck, North Dakota. He was

(Re
PENNY RATION "

IN AN BRA of remorseless
nflation there does not seem to
be mueh future for the American
“penny,” thg, little copper coin
worth one cent. Yet somebody
must be finding a use for them—
and a great many of them too.

For the United States Mint is
having to operate double shifts to

might have the effect af “outlaw And in New York the Govern-
Ie Western support for anti- M@nt's Federal Reserve Bank is

Communist
ments behind the Iron Curtain.

underground move- Tationing supplies.



Powerful groups of Polish-
Americans and Lithuanian-Amer-
icans are protesting against the

help in their education,
ARRESTED IN JAIL

EVERYBODY agree that the clause which makes it an inter-
thief who stole £21,000 of jewel- national offence for countries to
lery in the afternoon from a show- organise or encourage activities in
case in the Waldorf-Astoria Hotel’s another State which might lead
“Peacock Alley” had a to civil war.

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—she is now in Palace team

7
THIS PICTURE of Sister Kath-
leen Norman, one of the West-
minster Hospital team looking
after the King, has been rqund

Election
Terrible, Say
Publishers |

By JON HOPE
HOW will the election affect
the people in the book business?
A crippling blow the publishers
call it. Why? “This month the
books we issue are aimed at
Christmas sales. October should
be our richest month,” a trade
spokesman tells me. “Now many
of our most important books will
be pores until November,
whic! give the re@ling pub-
lie little time to sort out the Books
they will want to buy at Christ-
mas.”



Recommended reading for Lib-
eral candidates: Lloyd George, by
Thomas Joné€s. C.H. Eseaping the
election slump, it came from Ox-
ford University Press, October 4

There is good news for Leftist
hristopher Isherwood, enfant ter-
rible of the thirties, now sunning
himself in California. Playwright
John van Druten (Young Wood-
ley, IT remember Mama) has de-
cided to make a play of Isher-
wood’s short novel about pre-Hit-
ler Berlin, Sally Bowles, 14 years
after the book’s publication.

Van Druten has just finished a
trip to Berlin where he met the
originals of some of Isherwood’s
odd characters. Now he has gone
home to write the play.

@ John Lehmann has how re-
ceipt of the manuscript from U.S.
writer Paul Bowles of his second
novel. Bowles calls it Let It Come
Down, His first book, The Shel-
tering Sky, was picked as Even-
ing Standard Book of the Month
in September 1949, It established
him as a top-flight novelist.
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Russia Has About 50 Atom Bombs

6, 1951

But Wants To Keep
The West Guessing

(By ROBERT MUSSEL)

LONDON, October 5.

SOVIET RUSSIA probably has about 50 atom bombs

—enough to obliterate the

capitals of Western Europe--

British sources said in commenting on the Washington
announcement that Russia exploded another atom bomb.

But Russia—if it admits any-
thing at all—is expected by these
sources to explain this newest
explosion as part of colossal
schemes allegedly underway to
blast river courses through the
Yurgai Mountains on the border
»f Russian Siberia and Kazakhis-
fan.

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hardly dare to admit it was work-
ng on bombs, especially in the
nidst of its present peace offen-
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souncement with a flurry of radio
yroadeasts in recent days boast-
ng of massive projects that will
yend nature to Stalin’s will.

The Washington revelation cre-
tted little excitement in London
though there was some surprise
hat neither Britain nor Canada
bined in it as was done in 1949
[hen the first Russian bomb was

tected.

Supply Talks
Interesting

Says Gomes

(From Our Own Correspondent)
POR'T-OF-SPALN, Oct. 1

When the Hon. Albert Gomes,
Minister of Commerce arrived at
Piareo Airport over the week-end
he commented to pressmen: “The
Colonies had all opportunity to
express their views and the West
Indies case was put on more than
one occasion,”

Mr. Gomes was leader af the
West Indian delegation jt the
recent Comma@nwealth Supply
talks held in London. Mr. Gomes
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LONDON
A man from Barbados who runs
a “one-man emigration scheme”
for West Indians is_ severely
criticised by Cyril Kersh, an
outspoken columnist in “The
People”, a London Sunday news-
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a sheet-metal worker who arriv-
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Imports during the quarter to June 1951, amounted
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corresponding Quarter of 1950, am increase of $3,704,384.

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ended July 31, it announces in
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“good insight into the general nuw lives in Canning Town, in mete st ‘: Pe i ee ee ive it @ moment Windolene. Grease,
aig supply question in the Common- the heart of London’s dock area. Scien, So JUNE el in income tax it represents a slight 8 .
Britain Knew wealth. Mr. Gomes on welcoming sean riparian lec ee ~=—=s crease in the gross equivalent. ry / I, | dirt and fly marks go
It is said that Britain knew the, Secretary of State’s sugges ,,According to Mr. | Kersh he Countries of origin | 20 zonemco| imports | 9 olf The company reported a net pro- i | in a flash and leave
bout the bomb before the Wash tion by Jamaica of holding a con~ oe oP eee ania Ameri~ me cid. $ cif. fit of £310,787 for the year, as s
hgton disclosure but a joint an- to mee — Indian Federa- ¢, prepared to engage West In- United ‘Hinedon frre | carga haa against £299,054 for the preceding YA\ a> your glass sparkling
jouncement was not considered Saat-ca Wee e proposed confer- gian servants. He set the scheme Canada - | 1,073,682 844,000 1,917,632 year, after making provision for lindoten€ and spotlessly clean,
lecessary at present, ce on Federation in London is in motion by inserting an adver- Australia 431,314 es 433.501 current taxation at £180,000, as ws :
Only the Socialist party organ 2 890d idea, provided discussions tisement in a Barbados newspa- British Guiana’ j oor bY | 98203 406.168 against £132,000, and transferring
he Daily Herald and the Liberal 8% Testricted to aspects of the per, saying that he was recruit- British Honduras .. ,, | i 92,678 | 52,678 £250,000 to reserve for future tax ack eos aimee. abanen
lews Chronicle gave the Wash- TePort of the Standing Closer As- ing housekeepers for Amefica. Ceylon 5 33,751 co | 33,751 contingencies. Another £100,000 : ,
2gton announcement special S°ciation Committee. “It would A number of women wrote from eee ae ts Is | sae Was transferred to general re- BRS, See
rominence. Most of the other Pe most unwise to begin all over Barbados asking for further de- India i 26,175 | 30,893 56,568 serve, £25,000 to a reserve for n
ational dailies put the story i again. tails. Mr. Smith wrote back Jamaica I 29/162 49,711 78,873 oj 7

Pp yina , pensions and £198,380 was carried
ubordinate position on the front “London as a venue, appeals to asking them to send him 3s.— St. Lucia . 40,864. | 129,232 170,086 ceed 5 : aap
fge and the pro-labour Daily e,” he continued, “since I have “to .cover expenses.” eaten see ee tities ' ssa cas | ent tea , i ad : .
firror, which has the world’s 2!ways found that when West In- Union of South Africa i 60,116 | 8,908 69,024 Financial observers in London cleans ylass casily é quickly
irgest circulation, gave it only ‘ians leave the West Indies and Registration Fee United States of America | 194,295 “ae ae interpret these figures as indica~ ee
5 words inconspicuously on the C°Me€ out into the broad and aliery Wh ber of 38 cated Sanne 4 He “=| gay 280.614 | 280'620 ting that the year has been a
ack page. world, they see their problems in on 8 Ries ae Crecho-Slovakia io = 42,284 42,284 satisfactory one for Trinidad oil
a better perspective and are much 0'ders arrived, continues Mr. Dectnark oe Su 19,045 32.620 | 51.665 tntanentn, PhS Manline tn. onkous
British sources tz i ° .. Kersh, Mr. Smith asked for a France ot 13,945 35,792 | 49,737 SAFO, eo SRCHNG 1h. OUtOe
lake the view more modest as regards their + : | hict beginning to show earl
tat Russian progress in produc- place in the scheme of thi o SOE 108 TORS ont Tee. Holland” Me 244,256 “Marie 300030 Nie Ad aeag cctogaey Ny apa ast
1g bombs is to be expected since Mr, Gomes will be writing up After that he asked for a further ma | ret erase a abe in 1950 has bean halted rs a
s . c c Soe ; ‘
: not only has Professor Peter shortly, a report to submit to oe 7 tent orofit.” on, : = sat 58300 38,306 Lomeses tc oll Gokaat genial, has
tert ee res. native and Government and the Economic Then came a further demand for Uruguay es 120,085 a ee given the company a gross profit, .
ar physicists. Regional Committee when it meets i “ igs Other Countries : 61,616 112,639 455 (
Pontecorvo, according to a Hi : : : 9 ten American dollars. ‘If the 30b opeatee teeter ann | nt | ee | before tax, of £741,000 for the
lone senor Lastiae ite war ee in Barbados for its next session. fell through,” explained Mr. Saray : : 3.258.170 388 870 12,172,181 year, as against £663,000 in the
t ig ; ow Smith, “I'd send them the ten — A aRURILSas ane an As receding year. j
bi eco ye Sree dollars so they’d have some cash EXPORTS ' as —B.UP,
} which it is theorised the latest. West Indies Sugar 226g ee eek te : ;

lussian bomb was exploded.

In addition there are 200 Ger-
jan physicists and technicians in
he Soviet Union working at two

Dividends Down

LONDON.
The West Indies Sugar Com-

Mr. Kersh points out that not
only is it illegal for people in
Barbados to procure American
dollars, but also that it would

Exports of Domestic Produce during the quarter April
to June, 1951, amounted in value to $12,948,989 .as compared
with $12,012,092 in the corresponding quarter of 1950, an in-
crease of $936,897 is shown,

Beryl McBurnie
Hits Headlines

: ssibl them out
ll-German scientific institutes pany, controlled by Tate and Lyle ae CO i gpecnr ag Pega aetivEd Vatee: (f0-D:) oF enue Sas prinelppl: Commirtos
nder almost ideal conditions. Investments, is paying a final divi- No dollars have been forthcom- . LONDON,
‘hey have the finest equipment— dend of 4d. per share, tax free, on ing and although quite a few EXPORTS Beryl MecBurnie, who built the

juch of it taken by Russia from
fermany as reparations—live in
e®parate deluxe colonies in the

ordinary stock, making a total of
8d., tax free, for the year ending
September 30, 1951. Dividends



people have answered the adver-
tisement, none have got beyond
the £3 stage.





APRIL. TO JUNE 1951



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Vork ‘ ‘ shares are quoted on the London Mr. Kersh, one couple has $ $ $ she hopes to save her little thea-
orked with Top Scientists applied for a West Indian ser- : cua ee, Bt canteens it cates “
ACN eRCURR gH aE 258, 6d. vent Mr. Smith inserted a small United Kingdom 5,162,419 20,855 5,183,274 si
Although none of these Germans At a meeting held in London, advertisement in the little town Canada = "139/905 15.351 7,165,256 The paper tells the story of
re regarded as “first class” sci- the directors resolved to redeem of Petersham Massachusetts Antigua ; 10,090 18,398 28,453 Beryl's sacrifices to build the thea-
ntific brains, they are trained to on March 31, 1952, 50,000 of the which brought this solitary reply. Seta ciuland ; agraat 90°38 150'581 tre in the garden of her home at
utearry the ideas of theoretical Six per cent. Cumulative Redeem- —B.UP. Dominica Fel akeh baa 125,424 33,316 158,740 Roberts Streets, Woodbrook, Port-
tientists. Two of them, professors able Preference Shares” A ballot re Grenada a Agee 74,441 39,967 114,408 of-Spain. An unpretentious build-
jentified as Dopel and Rehiel, will be held and holders of the Br perce * aeks oe dealer ing—“It looks like a shed,” said
torked in the underground war- shares drawn for redemption will New High Ex cted St. Vincent |... .. «. 10,326 32/936 43.262 Beryl—it holds an audience of
me laboratory of Professor Wer- pe notified soon. pe Trinidad Bs a as 48,773 64,315 113,088 450. Beryl herself is producer,
er Heisenberg, Nobel prize win- —B.U.P. 9 oe $A MY a atalle 30a ar his stage manager and business man-
er for atomic research, and had For T dad Budget Betis Piknteion oa 61,963 97,073 89,036 ager. 1 hla
ecess to all his data. § nppttemtensee peerremmapenr | comeleictinpenstecins
(From Our Own’ Correspondent) Total +. 1 = 12,948,989 463,794 13,412,783 But the theatre could, not keep

They probably took with them,
tlientific circles in West Europe
elieve, most of the theory for the
anctioning of the atomic pile and
trobably the theory af the atom
omb itself.

Several other German scientists

Goverrior Rance Agrees
To Inquiry Commission

(From Our Own Correspondent)

PORT-OF-SPAIN, Sept. 28.
Governor Rance has_ given
swift assent to the majority wish

PORT-OF-SPAIN, Oct. 1

Trinidad’s 1952 budget of reve-
nue and expenditure is heading
for an all-time high record, be-
cause of the pronounced inflation
resulting from the rapidly in-
creased prices of importers and
higher freight charges. Official

MORE TV history was made
last night, when the first Trans-| j
continental two-way programme! Americans are great “joiners’—
took place. The programme lasted | ,
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THE FIRST LOOK THE JOINERS

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and the figures are there to prove

pace with the requirements of the
City Council and at last they de-
cided that it must close down, So
Beryl came to London, where she
has set out to raise £7,000 to save
her backyard theatre,

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ther Professor in Atomic energy. tigate six specific transactions of compared with $52,000,000 in glimpse of life in Washington and Dues and other receipts total $4 | understand the need. v
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Saturday, October 6, 1951



ELECTIONEERING

THE announcement of the end of the
Legislative Session next month in prepar-
ation for the General Elections in Decem-
ber has been followed by an upsurge in
electioneering. The candidates and retiring
members of both parties have been holding
public meetings in various constituencies.

Election time has come at a period when
economic problems occupy the attention
of every thoughtful person in this island.
The retention of controls, the effect on the
economy of the worker, the continued rise
in the cost of living, the inadequacy of
wages, the profits of commerce and indus-
try and the impact of world-wide short
supply on loeal economy are subjects of
daily comment.

It has been customary in the past for
candidates at election to indulge in ridicule
of their opponents and at the same time
making promises which are not easily ful-
‘filled. In some instances this form of un-
scrupulous electioneering has been suc-
cessful in others it has met with the treat-
ment it deserved,

“Fortunately for this island, the provi-
sions of the new Adult Suffrage Act will
tend to restrict much of the unnecessary
criticism, and abuse of opponents. This
does not mean however that electioneering
in Barbados will be any less keen than in
other places. It might be that the energy
which had been wasted in wordy warfare
in past years will now be utilised in court-
ing more closely the voters whose support
the candidate seeks,

In the matter of making promises which
are not easily fulfilled it is clear now that
the entire electorate has become more
awakened and is not likely to be so easily
earried away by empty promises.

The general spread of education and the
political awakening of the people which
has taken place during the last few years
must still have something to contribute or
who have nothing to offer to ride to suc-
cess at the polls merely by subscribing to
the party ticket.

Ht is true that politics in Barbados is still
largely individualistic but the candidate
must still have something to contribute or
must have given public service of some
worth to be able to command a majority of
votes in any constituency.

The candidates of the Barbados Labour
Party will be subjected to the criticisms
based on the failures of that Party while it
conducted the business of Government
during the last five years. In some instances
it is the successes of the Party which will
stand its supporters in good stead. But the
question is whether the failures or lack of
achievement will not outweigh the suc-
cesses. é

The candidates of the Barbados Electors’
Association will not have any legislative
successes to their credit inasmuch as they
have been in the Opposition during the
years. They will depend on the contribution
which they have been able to make by way
of preventing the Government from in-
fringing the rights of the individual.

On the issues of nationalisation and tax-
ation policy there will be fundamental dif-
ferences. Nationalisation has been regarded
by many as robbing the individual of his
rights to property while many still feel that
the “soak the rich” policy which has been
adopted by the Party in power was the
result of an unforgivable irresponsibility
undermining the economic prosperity of
the island.

Nearly all of the candidates have launch-
ed their campaigns and it is up to the voters
to demand from each candidate high stand-







PRINCESS ALICE | NosopyY’s |

BARBADOS ADVOCATE

ENQUIRY REPORT

THIS, instalment, the third, concludes the report of Sir Clement M
|missioner, who conducted an inquiry into

Playing Field.”

He writes: '

The Purchase and removal of cer-
tain buildings from the Seawe!i
Airport to the Playing Field
and the erection and disposal of
such buildings.

18. On the suggestion of the
Acting Governor (Mr. Perowne)
(see the Social Welfare Officer’s
minute in paragraph 15) one of
the huts at Seawell Airport was
made available for use at the
“Reef” as a pavilion. Mr. Tudor
stated in his evidence that the un-
derstanding he had from the Act-
ing Governor was that no charge
would be made for this hut, and
;no payment has in fact been made
to Government. By a Government
Notice which appeared in issues of
the Barbados Advocate of the 14th,
15th and 18th June, 1949, thirteen
(13) buildings at the United States
Army Air Force Base at Seawell
Airport were advertised for sale
by public auction on the 23rd
June, 1949. On that = date
twelve (12) huts were sold. (see
Appendix XIII) by the Govern-
ment Auctioneer, not thirteen (13)
as advertised, Mr. Tudor attended
this sale and was declared to be
the purchaser of three huts, the
account sales being duly sent to
him by the Government Auction-
eer on the 25th June, 1949 (see
Appendix XIV). The largest of
these three, (No. 7) was priced at
$1,800.00 and measures 104’x20’x
11’.. This was the hut used as a
pavilion at the “Reef”. It was
subseauently ascertained to be un-
suitable for the purpose for, among
other reasons, the sides were made
of ply-wood or some similar fra-
gile material. It was found poss-
ible, however, to make use of the
rafters, the boarding of the roof
and part of the floor which was of
pitch pine. If $1,800.00, or any
sum near that is to be paid for this
hut Mr, Tudor was guilty of an
error of judgment in buying it, an
error which might have been
avMided if the Building Supervisor
had been called in to inspect it
before the purchase was made. If
no charge is to be made for it, the
expenses of taking it to pieces and
of removal from the Airport to the
playing field would be justifiable.
A portion of this same hut, des-
eribed as “seven pine joists, valued
at $87.30" was reported to the
Barbados Advocate as having been
stolen from Seawell Airport be-
tween September 29 and October
6, 1949,

Huts Accounted For

The hut (No. 15) priced at
$130.00 was 30 ft. long by 18 ft.
wide and was described as being
practically all galvanized iron
sheets. It was moved from Sea-
well to the “Reef” without loss,
and although some of the galvan-
ized iron sheets were not usable
and were thrown aside, the re-
maining sheets were used in con-
nection with the construction of
the pavilion.

The third hut (No. 16) priced
at $325.00 was subsequently sold
by Mr. Tudor (before being re-
moved from Seawell) to Mrs, J. A.
Martineau for $350.00, and this
sum ‘was paid to the Parochial
Treasurer by Mrs. Martineau on
the 5th July, 1949. The receipt of
this payment is Appendix XV,

Mr. Tudor also bid for two other
huts at the sale on the 23rd June,
1949, and upon these being
“knocked down” to him, they were
at once, at Mrs. Martineau's re-
quest and with Mr. Tudor’s con-
sent, transferred to Mrs. Mar-
tineau in the auctioneer’s books,

‘1and she paid the auctioneer $520.00

for them on the Ist July, 1949 (see
receipt Appendix XVI).

It is clear from the foregoing
that, with the exception of the
portion of the large hut (No. 7)
alleged to have been stolen be-
iween the 29th September and the
6th October, 1949, the five huts
with which Mr. Tudor was in any
way concerned have all been sat-
isfactorily accounted for.

19. The rur@purs, false accusa-
tions and recriminations which
have arisen in relation to these
huts have been the result partly
of comments properly made in the
Press, partly because of the irregu-
larities with regard to the certifi-
cation of vouchers, and partly be-
cause of Mr. Tudor’s unbusiness-
like and slipshod methods of con-
ducting the business of the Vestry
in relation to the playing field,

20. Another circumstance which
tended to encourage the belief
that, in addition to the “seven pine
joists”, a hut which had come in-
to Mr. Tudor’s possession had not
been accounted for was that in a
letter dated the 8th August, 1950,
from the Social Welfare Officer to
the Clerk of the St. Michael’s Ves-
try it is stated that “The official
records show that four huts at
Seawell were handed over to the
Churehwarden (Mr. Tudor) and
there is an entry to show that St.
Michael’s Vestry was to be charged
with the value of four huts at
$2,265.00" There can be no hesi-
tation, after hearing the evidence,
in coming to the conclusion that
the official records are inaccurate,
and that Mr. Tudor took over
three and not four huts. The ac-
count sales rendered by the Gov-
ernment Auctioneer two days after







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in the minutes of the special meet. wanted to k

ing of the Vestry held on the 2ist had submitt r or not,
August, 1950, there appears in the he could ea: e found this
list of “vouchers not properly cer- Out by ¢ with him
tiled” a payment to “Chas. M. by telephone ¢ rise, It is
Worrell — Re 2 huts removed Significant, too, that although Mir.
$150.” This note creates the im- Tudor was anxious that Mr. Cox,

as a member of the Executive
paid $150.00 for removing two i.t'ts- ceomaar sores be Fay Sher,
from Seawell. Reference to the ¢- Mr how sebred to be equal-
original voucher, however, shows jy’ anxious that it should not be
that the claim of $150.00 was paid known that he, as a member of
on the 4th October, 1949, to Chas. the Executive Committee, was
M. Worrell for “labour for taking undertaking work, and care-
down two (2) huts to be removed fully submitted the tender in the
from .Seawell to Reef Playing name of Miss Francis. Moreover,
field”; and on the 7th October, Mr. Duguid, who had tendered,
1949, there was a further payment swore that when he spoke to Mr,
of $30.00 for “removal of hut 30’ x Tudor about uitting a fender,
18 from Seawell”. It was estab- Mr, Tudor told him that the job
lished in evidence that Chas. M. had been giverte Mr. Cox, but
Worrell removed one hut only if he ca ts Might go and

from Seawell, which arrived safely him ane a =, oe ow! =
a the pieving field, and ah together. This» conversation is
was paid for removing one hut. denied by Mr.,fudor, but the fact
The hut (No. 7) MW

pression that Chas. M, Worrell was

large was rC- yemains that’Mr. Duguid did
moved under a contract made speak to Mr. Cox, and that the
with Miss Phyllis Francis. work was performed by lorries

A further circumstance occa- controlled by Mr. Cox and Mr.

sioning adverse comment was the Duguid.
uncertainty of Mr. Tudor’s re-
collection, when the matter was The conduct of the Church-
being investigated by the Vestry, warden was in this instance very,
as to the number of huts he had reprehensible, and can only result
taken over. When he was first in undermining any belief as to;
asked he said he had removed four the uprightness of his actions.
huts, and on a subsequent occasion 22. The hut (No. 7) was trans-
he said three huts. As he was being ported in sections from Seawell by
questioned about a year after the the motor lorries of Miss Francis
transaction took place, and as on and Mr. Duguid. This work which
the first occasion he had no notes began on the 29th September, 1949.
with him, it is not at all surprising took a few days, It had to be done}
that in the circumstances he at night because of traffic regula-|
should have made the error which tions. Several trips were made
he then made. and the evidence shows that one

21. An incident which loomed Of these trips took an unconscion-
largely throughout the course of ably long time. It may be that
the Enquiry had reference to the in the course of that trip a portion
circumstances under which Miss of this hut was lost or was stolen,
Phyllis Francis was awarded the but the evidence is not conclusive.
contract to remove the large hut No adequate checks of the deliv-
(No. 7) from Seawell to the eries at Seawell or of the quanti-
Playing Field. ties received at the “Reef” seem
_Miss Francis, who is a shop as- to have been made and. there is
sistant, was on the 29th Septem- a possibility that the loss might
ber, 1949, the owner of a Ford have occurred at the “Reef” and
motor lorry which she said in not while the materials were in|
bvidence had been given to her transit from Seawell. It was not
by Mr. M. E. Cox to whom she until three or four days after the
had now returned it. This was last load had been moved to the
confirmed by Mr. Cox in his evi- “Reef” that Mr. Charles Worrell,
dence. Mr, Cox is a member of the builder, who had taken the
the House of Assembly and of huts to pieces at Seawell and who
the Executive Committee, and he was in charge of the work at the
also owned a motor lorry, Miss “Reef”, reported to Mr. Tudor
Francis said that she had a great that he had discovered, on check-
regard for Mr. Cox who attend- ing up nS material at the
ed to all her truckage business, “Reef” that a part of the floorin

oe ; ; &
and it was on his advicethat she and some of the rafters from hut
submitted a tender on the 29th No 7 were missin Mr. Tud
September, 1949, for the remov- staied that Mr Worrell sstine wey
al of the hut from Seawell to the . BUN aad esp

; “ ” the value of the missing material
Playing Field at the “Reef”. at $80.00 90.00.

There had been no advertise- ® da % or $90.00, Wiforts were
ment for tenders for the remov- Made to obtain the attendance of
al of this hut, but it was known Mt. Worrell at the Enquiry, but
that it had to be removed and these were unsuccessful as he had
three persons besides Miss Fran- left the island. "Phere would ‘ap-
cis submitted sealed tenders; two Pear to be no redson to doubt Mir.
of them on the 26th September, Tudor's statement on this point. |
1949, and one on the 27th Sep- He mentioned the loss to Mr. Cox |
tember, 1949. In each of these Who reported to the Police. The
cases the amount mentioned for Premises of Victor Mayers, the!
doing the work was higher than driver of Miss Francis’ motor |
$150.00 (the price quoted in the lorry, were searched by the!
tender from Miss Francis). The Police but no part of the missing;
lowest of these tenders was for articles were found, No portion
$160.00. of these articles has been found

Should Not Have Opened since, The newspaper press com-

Tenders mented on the loss of materials

Two days before the receipt of from Seawell, the rumour gather-
the tender from Miss Francis the ©4 momentum and the loss was
Churehwarden (Mr. Tudor) call- Magnified. The facts elicited at
ed for the tenders, and opened the Enquiry point to no loss of
Yhe three which had been then â„¢aterial or of huts from Seawell,
received in the presence of Mr, destined for use at the “Reef”,
Ashby, the Churchwarden’s clerk, having occurred, except the pine
handed them back to Mr. Ashby joists and rafters referred to.
and told him to keep them, re- corps
marking that he had wapaoted a Trifles make the
tender from Mr. Cox. Miss Fran- ,, Duman things, —
cis’ tender (which for all purpos- And half our misery from our
es can be regarded as Mr. Cox's foibles springs.”
tender) arrived two days later. 23. In the course of the En-
It was the lowest and it was ac- Guiry one witness gave evidence
cepted. It was quite improper of Of an attempt having been made
the Churchwarden to have open- by Mr, Cox to bribe him. This
ed the tenders before all had been evidence is regarded as being
received, and he laid himself entirely without foundation, not
open to the suspicion that he de- merely because it was vigorously
sired to ascertain their contents denied, but because it comes from
in order to communicate with the mouth of a disgruntled em-
someone, in this case Mr. M. E. ployee of Mr. Cox whose premises
Cox, and thus enable him to un- had been searched for stolen
derbid the other persons who had goods, and also because the cir-
tendered. Mr. Tudor’s explana- cumstances whieh the witness

Reprehensible



sum of

tion ef his action was that four narrated and which need not be|-

persons, one of them being Mr. repeated her lo not bear
Cox, had informed him that they iaiocint of rae 7
desired to tender for the work Summary And Conclusions
of removing the hut from Sea- 94. (i) A site formerly known
well to the “Reef” and that he as the “Reef Grounds’
opened the envelopes in order to (and now: renamed: th
ascertain if Mr. Cox had tender- Pri ‘Auos | Plavi ec
No closing date had been Ki re eel nig
fixed for the receipt of tenders. eld”) was selected in
Finding Mr. Cox had not tender- June, 1949, by, the St.
ed he directed the clerk to hold Michael's Vestry, on the
all the tenders for a few days recommendation of the

the

more because he (Mr. Tudor) Playing Fields Commit-
felt that Mr. Cox as a member tee dppointed by the
of the Executive Committee Vestry as one of the

should be given the opportunity
to tender. He was aware that Mr.
Cox’s tender would be sent in the
name of Miss Francis, and all he
did when he opened the three
envelopes was to look at the
names of the persons who had
tendered. This explanation is not
impressive, and cannot be ac-
cepted. From Mr. ‘Tudor’s ex-
perience as a Churchwarden and
a member of the Vestry and as

playing fields for the
parish of St. Michael.
Gi) The Gover nofr - in-
Executive Committee
approved of a grant bé-
ing made (the amount
of which was subse-
quently increased) from
the Labour Welfare
Fund to the St. Mic-
hael’s Vestry for defray-




Sunday—!I did not go to Bathsheba over the|
week-end as I had threatened to do. As a;

Tfuesday—“All fun and no work makes Jack

Wednesday—Scholarship Act amended yes-

¥riday—Thought the school children Quizz



DIARY

result I understand that quite a few of my
friends were disappointed. They went to

Bathsheba and of course looked for “the! f

other thing” which would have been
found in my bag. I am sorry, but for once
I had a really quiet Sunday. I even read

one or two of the weekly papers and was ‘

surprised at some of the things I saw.

When, if ever, will some people be satis- :

fied? The sugar workers get an all over
imerease in benefits receivable from the
industry. Somebody still found the oppor-
tunity to say that they were “robbed”.
Not enough, they claimed. However, I

consoled myself with the fact that when-|,

ever an election is near, hot air escapes in
‘various forms.

* * *

Monday—Today was a real holiday for a lot|%
of people who really let themselves go in|%
the good old fashioned way. I went to the|.%

sea at Worthing and the beach was
crowded. I visited thrge other beaches
and the scene was similar in each case.

The Park had its full share, and so did the| %

St. James Buccaneer spree, and Morgan
Lewis.
crazily along some of the country roads
but nothing happened and it seemed as if
“a good time was had by all.” This is good
American, please,

* * *

a dull boy...”, so back to work today for
old and young alike, .It was an interesting
sight to watch the boys and girls in the
various school uniforms hurrying to the
different seats of learning. Buses, cars and
cycles were all in use, but I was somewhat
alarmed when I saw one slim youngster
pedalling his cycle with a little sister and
brother on the bar. This seemed to me a
dangerous practice. I have seen young-
sters do all sorts of things on a cycle alone,
or even with a friend on the bar, but
negotiating buses, cars, and carts with
two aboard is not easy. Please give one
of them bus fare, or get another eycle,

* * *

terday by the Legislature enabled five
boys to get Barbados Scholarships. Usu-
ally there are four boys and one girl, but
this time two boys tied in the Classic
group, and no girl reached scholarship
standard. Very fortuitous set of circum-
stances which might not recur for a de-

cade. Some people including members of
the Legislature were afraid that they
were creating a precedent, but they are
forgetting that reason, or cause, and op-
portunity had.to come together to produce
the situation which warranted the amend-
ment. The Act was not amended because
two boys tied, but because they tied at the
time that no girl qualified. This gave the
Education people the opportunity. No

The usual contraptions cavorted| ‘

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Thursday—Had a chat with Mr. Kenneth

‘Ablack yesterday afternoon. He is the
BBC chap who has been seconded to this
part of the West Indies to produce West
Indian programmes and promote broad-
casting in the W.I, He seems the right man
for the job. I wish him success.

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contest arranged by Rediffusion quite a
good idea. Lodge beat Ursuline Convent bv}
a single point. The programme was re-
corded and will be put over the air on
Sunday at 7.15 p.m. __ au |

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lose the second cricket game. I don’t know
if their performance was any Giseeg |
ment on the first game. They got B.G. out
for 368-—quite a good show, but could only
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DURING the week the temper- spot is now used as platform a staff in his hand was always at Eider started his voice was high® Chairman Elder got to his feet ten ear:
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by many degrees. Many meetings platform and wires were run from guarding against any over-too- audible and then it could not be,#A gentleman whom you all know today.” ey Carr's Cheese Crisps
were held and of course the pop- this to a nearby electric pole and excited voter who might try to heard at all. well, Mr. Yarde”. Mr. Yarde, who After Mr. Yarde’s say, the Fea Nut Butter Cone aoe
ular Ohapman’s_ Lane, vantage a house. At the end of the wires attack “Father of the City”. 4 opened with words ranging from Chairman took pleasure in “intro- Pranes ie Bagg ory
point of the thickly populated dis- were the loud speakers which At Mr. Chase’s meeting, things _ While the man was _ altering “exploitatious methods to political ducing the speaker of the night Planter’s Nuts ao ara
tricts of Suttle Street, Reid Street, blared out recently composed got started shortly after 8 o'clock. the transmitting set Mr. Elde? sind economical strangulation”, Mr. Victor Chase”. Mr Cie. nein Vionna Sausages Bye ¢Whisky
Mason Hall Street,’ Hopes. and Calypsoes, jn in the Chair was a popular man decided to clea: this throat. Un= "referring to the present Govern- lined certain things T's ero |e Canadian Red Cheese bd fgg ped
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No candidate who is offering Mr. Chase spent wandering me was “a boss tailor from the brought the crowd to attention” ding praise but the majority of his Party, the Electors Tuaat Plain Olives Gilbey’s Gin
himself for the City of Bridge- among the crowd and thearing corner. of Mason Hall Street, and Mr, Elder went on to intro= glowering ignorance. " tion, which’ will be put forward Cocktail Cherries en Te
town ever fails to hold a meeting their views. He was expecting Mr. opposite St. Mary's Churcl. I duce the first speaker; “Ladies far’ the coming cletiamane ta ——$— Sloe Gin
at Chapman’s Lane. The votes Fred Goddard but I overheard overheard another man saying; and Gentlemen, it is none other He spoke about the people who yet com leted” H n meted 1 ee MEATS — the Best Bt, Bmelin Slaves
around there are many and the him saying something like “Fred “Brother Elder is making his than Mr. Foster.” took money and drinks from the be disclneea short! aah at el Milk F
cared is worthwhile. As a is entertaining the Bishop or vice debut to political campaigning, He Mr. Foster gave a lengthy talk Conservatives and then voted for Mr, Sydney Skinner t d Milk Ped Sone
lighterman was overheard saying versa”, While all this was going is as seared as a child giving his on Wilberforce and other “greats” Labour candidates. He termed a vote of thanks, said: Mhiake we iesvann, ered TRY OUR
de eet bri when Mr. on Mr, E. D. Mottley’s car was first recitation at a Sunday School before he finally spoke about Mr. this “moral prostitution.” one of your votes to Mr. ‘Chase Ox Ton ala
Victor Chase held a meeting; “It parked in front of a rum shop at concert.” Ohase, the candidate whom he “We cannot in this day give and one to Mr Tommy Miller. If Ox Tails ENRICHED BREAD
- reso to know de numbers Suttle Street. “Father of the Tome Mr. Elder, a 200 pounder, was supporting. He eventually got political sympathy”, said Mr. you love Mr " Mottley vote for| : : :
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small houses lis small ares ““, Was doing a spot of shop- platform but the man who was of Assembly could benefit from whispered to me; “Ee no wuh ee Lewis, vote for hi 7 |
é house removed from the to-shop canvassing on his own operating the transmitting equip- M: 1ase’s commercial experi- aulee yuh know, Because > en oon toe hae eee oe one! PHONE GODDARDS WE DELIVER
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MORE HOUSES ERECTED AT THE BAY



RUM MISSING?

Rumour has it that a
quantity of rum is missing
from the Government Bond
at the Market.

The Advocate asked the
Comptroller of Customs
about this yesterday but he

declined to make any com-
ment.

LL
Letters Of

Administration

In the Court of Ordinary yes-
terday, the Hon. The Chief Judge,
Sir Allan Collymore granted the
petition of Timothy T. Headley,,
the Public Trustee’ of Barbados

for letters of administration of
Annie Louis Abrams, late of
Strathclyde, St. Michael,

Mr. J. S. B. Dear instructed by
Mr. Lindsay E. R, Gill, solicitor of
the firm of Cottle, Catford & Co.,
appeared for T. T. Headley.

In the petition of Cecil Pin-
heiro of Christ Church for Letters
e a te to the estate of

is le Pp) I. Pinheiro, Mr.
W. W. Reece, K.C., instructed by
Mr. C, B. Brooks of the firm of
Yearwood & Boyce appeared for
Cecil Pinheiro.

The following wills
mitted to probate:

Hilda Herbert, Christ Church;
(Died in Canada). David Clifford
Drayton, Christ Church; Susan
Beckles, St. James; Harriat Hard-
ing, St. Andrew,

were ad-



Registrar Submits
Sales’ Reports

At the Court of Chancery yes-
terday before The Hon. the Vica
Chancellor, Sir Allan Collymore,
the Registrar handed in the report
of the annual accounting of Mr.
Kenneth Mason, Committee af
the estate of Florence I. Hart for
the year ended March 31, 1951.
Florence Hart is of unsound mind.

The Registrar also handed in the
report of the sale of the heredi-
taments and premises in Reed
Street, Bridgetown, the subject
matter of the suit Winifred M.
Johnson, Plaintiff and Emily M.
Johnson, Defendant.

MIXED CARGO

The steamship Alcoa Puritan
arrived here yesterday from the
U.S. with 1,232 bags of cornmeal
and supplies of printed matter,
hoisery, food yeast, toilet soap
and blankets from Jamaica among
other general cargo.

Calling from British Guiana was
the schooner D’Ortae with 100 tons
of firewood and 500 bags of char-
coal,

The Alcoa Puritan is consigned
to Messrs Da Costa & Co., Ltd.,
while the D’Ortac is consigned to
the Schooner Owners’ Association.
The Cyclorama O brought 740
drums of colas from Trinidad.



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1951

BARBADOS ADVOCATE

PAGE FIVE



Road Construction A ROYAL SHOW PRIZE WINNER
Continues Steadily

: THE ERECTION of new houses at the Bay
Estate is progressing at a quicker rate now th

more easily obtained.
For sometime past the

Estate has been delayed because of the difficulty

stones.

Housing
at stone is

erection of houses at the Bay
of getting

This was not caused by a lack of quarries, but

stone cutters. Mr. O. T. Lashley of the Housing Board
said yesterday that during the crop many stone cutters
leave cutting stones to work with the canes

Now, however, that stcnes are
more easily obtained, the erec-
tion of houses. at the Bay is pro-
gressing at a quicker rate.

“It was hoped that hollow clay
blocks ‘made at Lancaster Fac-
tory would have been used for
ordinary pertitions,’ Mr. Lash~
ley said, “but the factory ap-
pears to be unable to deliver
them in any great quantity.”

In the meantime four-inch
sawn block stones are being used
for partitions and six inch stones

for the external wah.
18 More Houses
Eighteen houses ere being
erected in’ Jessamine Avenue.

Of these four will contain four-
rooms, 10 three-rooms and four
twe-rooms with a kitchen in each
case.

Another seven three-room
houses are under construction
abeve the Y.M.P.C. grounds.

Work will soon begin on 21 hous-
es below the Wanderers Cricket
field. Each of these will have a
latrine, bath and a private back-
yard.

“The work of preparing sites
and the removal of houses from
unsuitable areas as well as road
construction continues. steadily,”
Mr. Lashley said.

It is hoped that sign posts giv-
ing the names of the various
avenues will be erected shortly.
The tenants who own their own
homes have been told the postal
number and have promised to
have them placed on their hous-

es. They have also promised to
advise their correspondents ac-
cordingly.

When this is done it will be of
great assistance, to the postmen.

Copper Shortage

He said that due to the short-
age of copper and fittings the
Electric Company cannot make
any promise with regard further
installation for street lighting to
the areas of the Bay Estate to
the north side of Beckles Road,
It is hoped that the present short-
age will be relieved in the near-
er future.

“At the Pine the road work is
progressing,” the said, “but due
to the volume of work: being un-
dertaken by the Department of
Highways and Transport at pres-
ent, it is “going slowly.”

As soon as these roads are
completed, new houses. will be
erected and more houses will be
removed there, from unsuitable
areas. i Nes ae ‘

Meanwhile, too, “public stand-
pipes are being erected in most
areas.



Pre-Election Speeches From

London Will

Be Broadcast

THIRTEEN CANDIDATES for the General Election
in the United Kingdom will be heard over the air making
their pre-election speeches from London beginning on

Sunday, October 7. The first
Heberson (Labour) and she
Sunday.





‘KINDNESS TQ ANIMALS’

Sgt. Major C. F. Torrezao, Chief
S.P.C.A. Inspector of British Gui-
ana lectured to 150 boys from the
scnior and junior departments at
Pay Street Boys’ School yesterday
morning on “Kindness to Ani-
mals.”

Mr, Torrezao was introduced to
the boys and teachers by the
Headmaster. To end the morn-
ing’s. proceedings, the boys. sang
“Juanita”, “Guide Me O Thou
Great Redeemer”, “Psalm 93” and
“Goosey Gander,”

In the evening the Chief In-
spector lectured to Boy Scouts at
the Scout Headquarters, on the
same subiect.

A Children’s Concert, in aid of
funds for the S.P.C.A., was held
at Queen's Park yesterday eve-
ning.

HOSPITAL HELP WILL
RETURN FROM ULK.

Miss Margarct Hoad, one of the
28 girls who were sent to England
under a Government Scheme in



March 1950 to work as Hospital
auxiliaries, has suffered a serious
breakdown in health, and on the
advice of the medical authorities
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speaker will be Miss Margaret
will be heard at 12.45 p.m. on

The other speakers are Mr.
Winston Churchill, one time Pre-

mier of England who will be
speaking’ on Tuesday at 9.30
p.m.

Mr. Dinglefoot (Liberal) could
be heard on Wednesday, October
10 at 9 p.m. while Mr, James
Griffiths will be speaking at 9.30
p.m. for 20 minutes on Thursday,
October 11.

On Friday, October 12 Miss H.

Smith, (Conservative), will be
the speaker from.the United
Kingdom and she can be heard
at 8.45 p.m. :
20 Minutes Speech
The next day at 8.15 p.m.
listeners will hear Mr. Joseph

Grimmond, (Liberal), making his
pre-election speech. Lord Wool-
ton (Conservative) will be mak-
ing a 20 minutes pre-election
speech on Sunday, October 14 and
will be heard at 12.45 p.m.

On Tuesday, October 16 at 9.30
p.m. Mr. Richard Stokes, (La-
bour) will be speaking for 20
minutes. On Wednesday, October
17 at 9 p.m. Doctor Charles Hill
will be speaking at 9 p.m. on
Wednesday, October 17. He is a
Conservative.

Mr. Herbert Morrison (Labour)
will be heard on Thursday, Ov-
tober 18 at 9.30 p.m. Mr. Frank
Byers at @.45 p.m. on October
19, Mr. Anthony Eden on Satur-
day, October 20 at 9.30 p.m. and
Mr. Clement Attlee on Sunday,
October 21 at 12.45 p.m.



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Dominica Needs
Roads To Ajsist
Development

Mr. Aubrey Douglas-Smith,
Resident Tuto: far the University
College of the West Indies, re-
turned from a visit to Dominica

in the Lady Redney yesterday
morning.

He said that it was his first
visit to the Island which he
described as very beautiful and
mountainous with a variety of
trees and wis the most thickiy

wooded island h
West Indies.

“The island is capable of devel-
opment if more roads are con-
structed” he said,

“They have just secured the
services of Mr. Cooper, the new
Agricultural Officer from British
Guiana and excellent work in
education is being done by Mr.
Archer, the Director of Educa-
tion.”

Mr. Douglas-Smith spent about
two weeks in Dominica at the
invitation of Mr. B. H. Easter,
the Resident Tutor in the Wind-
ward Islands for the University
College. During that time, eight
extra mural lectures were given
in about ten days and these were
all well attended.

He said that the island got the
tail end of the recent hurricane
and about 50 per cent of the
banana crop was destroyed. Other
damage was not excessive.

e has seen in the



Farewell Services

Farewell Services will be held
on Sunday, October 7th at the
Reeu Street Hall, at 11 am., 3
p.m. and 7 p.m. tor Major A. E.
Moffet, the Divisional Commander
tor Barbados.

Major Moffett has been trans-
ferred to Trinidad as Divisional
Commander for Trinidad, St. Vin=
cent and Grenada. Major and
Mrs. V. Underhill, at present in
charge of the Salvation Army
work in British Honduras, have
been appointed to succeed Major
Moffett, Divisional Commander
for Barbados, and are due to

arrive in the colony on Sunday,
October 14.



FOOTLIKE YAM

This yam somewhat re-
sembling a human foot was
brought ‘to the Advocate
yesterday morning. It be-
longs to William Patrick of
Hart's Gap and was taken

from a supply which he
usually gets from Rock
Dundow Plantation in St.
Peter.





THIS PRIZE-WINNING Hereford bull was among the livestock
classes at Britain’s Agricultural Show held at Cambridge recently.
Visitors were thefe from all parts of the Commonwealth, America,

Europe, Israel and Persia.

SEAWELL GETS BIGGER
AIR TRAFFIC

SEAWELL AIRPORT, one of the two “gateways” to

Barbados (the other is the

Customs Baggage Warehouse

on the Wharf) continues to grow and expand daily. Many
interesting*people pass through its Terminal Building and

not only does the airport

attract triends of passengers

travelling but also many other visitors who spend an hour
or two watching the different flights land and take off

seeing who comes and gues

while sipping a drink in the

airport’s restaurant during their stay.

This is the first of a series of
monthly reports in diary form
about activities in general at the
airport,

September

Soft Spots. Three “soft spots”
on the runway were reinstated by
the Department of Haghways and
Transport during the month.

Operative Hours. The operative
hours of the airport during the
month of September were 461
hours, (an average of 15.37 hours
daily), during which time there
were 211 aircraft movements
through the airport. An aircraft
entering the airport constitutes
one movement and its departure
another.

Movements. B.W.1.A. totalled
126 of the 211 movements, 108 by
Vikings. and 18 by Lodestars.
T.C.A. 20 movements by their
DC4’s., B.G. Airways 28, four
DC3's and 24 by Grummans.
K.L.M. 4, two DC4's and two
DC3’s. L.A.V, totalled 17 move-
ments by their Martin 202’s, Re-
sort Airlines’ 14 by their C46 air-
craft, ferrying Barbadian lahour-
ers home after work in the U.S.,
and two private movements by
the Trinidad Light Aeroplane
Club's Auster aircraft,

Flying Club. The Barbados Fiy-
ing Club made a great step for-
ward when they invited the Trin-
idad Light Aeroplane Club to send
over one of their planes on a
demonstration goodwill visit. The
Auster, piloted by Philip Habib
and Jimmy Alston arrived at Sea-
well on September 27th for a four-
day stay. The aircraft attracted
large crowds to the airport especi-
ally on the Saturday following
their arrival, when Jimmy Alston
gave an exhibition of stunt fly-
ing. Several members of the Bar-
bados Flying Club were taken up
for rides and many other flying
"fans including five ladies’ were
also given demonstration flights.

Crash Tender, Work on the
construction of the building. to
house the Airport Fire and Crash
Tender, was begun by the Depart-
ment of Public Works. The: site
was selected by the Fire Officer,
and is situated East of the existing
Terminal Building approximately
25 yards from the Parking Apron.

Pick-up Wagon, On the recom-
mendations of the Seawel! Airport
Committee a Pick-up wagon was
purchased.

Tractor. A Tractor with grass
cutting attachment was also pur-
chased. Since its delivery, the
tractor has been cutting the
grassed side areas of the runway,
which extend for 6,000 feet with
a depth of epproximately 250
feet on either side of the runway

The tractor is also to be used

More Workers Return Home

F

IFTY BARBADIAN workers who emigrated to the U.S. this
year returned to the island yesterday by Resort Airlines.

An-

other batch of 50 arrived on Thursday.
The batch which arrived yesterday made a total of 507 work-
ers who have already returned. Other batches will be arriving

during the month. They are returning home on expiration of their
contract.

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B.W.LA. 1,008 landed;

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IN THE Assistant Court of Appeal yesterday Judges

G. L. Taylor and H, A. Vau

C. L. Walwyn, Acting Police Magistrate of District “A”
who dismissed a case of wounding against James Wilkie
tock Village, Spoone

of Woods

Fisherman-Canon
On Missionary Tour

MANCHESTER,

Canon Audley W. Johnson, one
of three West Indian brothers all
of whom are canons and all of
whom hold Master Mariner's
tickets since they were once
Caribbean fishermen, is among
the missionaries now completing
a tour of England to mark the
250th anniversary of the Society
for the Propagation of the «sospel.

He was one of a team of three
churchmen from the colonies
which arrived in Manchester at

the end of September aboard tne
“Centurion,” replica of the
first missionary ship sent out by
the Society 250 years ago.
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DECREE NISI

The Hon, The Chief Judge, Sir
Allan Collymore in the Court for
Divorce and Matrimonial causes
yesterday pronounced decree nisi,
n» order as to cost, in the suit of
Gladys Griffith, petitioner and
Cordon Griffith, respondent.

Gladys Griffith appeared in per-
son.





Speightstown Round-'4

Fisherman On
Murder Charge
Remanded

Burton Springer, alias Cano:
Gregory, 23-year-old fisherman o;
bie Corner, St. wucy, who is
charged with the murder of 23-
months-old Jeffrey Boyce of thé
Cove, St. Lucy, on September 19
was remanded for another wee«
by Coroner S. H. Nurse of Districi

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Boyce’s aeath was resumed on!
Wednesday.

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Superintendent Simmons, who i.!
conaucting the inquiry for the
Police, asked the Coroner to ad-!
journ the inquiry sine die as the
rolice are carrying out further
hivestigations.

Springer is represented by Mr
Henderson Clarke, K.C. No further
evidence was taken when the in-
quiry was resumed on Wednesday.

The Terminal Road Bridge in
Bosecobelle, St. Peter——near Cove
Bay—is expected to be opened to
traffic before the end of this
month, \

About three weeks ago, the road
workers of the Highway Commis-
sioners of St. Peter were laying
the foundation to the bridge. The
road workers are now concentrat-









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bridge.
Terminal Road is a_tenantry
road which is under reconstruc ~| ~
tion. The Highway Commissioners -
of St. Peter began o% the road and} Boe AN
the bridge to it around June. Vy

They have been working steadily
on the road with only an occa-
sional interruption by heavy rain-
fall.

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Mr. G. S. Corbin, Parochias
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While snoppers
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showers of rain,

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Some residents were marooned
in their homes while all the
waterways were swollen and
running into the sea. Workers in
fields did a half-day’s work and
so did some masons and carpen-
ters. Speightstown had five parts
of rain on Tuesday night,

Holetown Police Station regis-
tered 71 parts of rain more than
Speightstown on Wednesday.
Streets of St. James were flooded,
the water not running off until
hours after the fall. Mud, stones
and bush were left strewn along
the flooded streets after the water
had run off, Fields too were
flooded,

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Their Honours imposed a fine
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cefault one month’s imprisonment
with hard labour when they found
Wilkie guilty of wounding Molly
Vaughn on her head with a bueket
cn May 17,

Vaughn told the court that
while she was at the pipe in
Spooners Hill, the defendant came
up to her, pushed his hand in he:
face and hit her with a bucket
on her head,

Dr. D. Payne said he examined
Vaughn who had a cut on her
head. This injury was consis~-
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head with a bucket, Another wit-
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the defendant and Vaughn fight-
ing, The defendant had a bucke
in his hand with which he hit
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conjunction
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Churchwarden in open-
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SATURDAY, OCTOBER 6, 1951



The Coming Election

By DAVID TEMPLE FOBERTS
INDON.

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nS i a NN “ ing the fourth was wr Attlee ha talks, But there is a mountain of
Jan s From e4 wfair and improper ee has decided to accept of peace with Russia and harmony
1949 Nov, 1949 at ". oe S a . oem ae ee co cote tte Goatest: . son at the United Nations. Since then
5 . i roads, and of inci- eae SESS ics, an is six years ve ssed, ere is
23698 Typewriter 30475 «1 Pr. Silver Batgies dentals necessary for (ix) The evidence does not L#>our Party feel that to continue still unpiae phage-aitth truce
. 30495 2 Gold Rings in office for longer would be to i i
May 1949 30498 Gold Ri the proper establish=, é€stablish that the Ou human dissatisfaction, with hopes
Wes 30500 3 Gold Rings ment of this playing’ derived 5k an even more severe defeat. damned with aeoatt i or with
, " ‘ b but
0 dala Neckiet 30812 Gold Ring (iti) The Wwhns upon which nh" yy from these Since the General Election is aa
6 Ring 533 Gram Seite this grant was being e ‘regularities. only a month hence every state- And this is the stuff Conserva-
9 Ring 30986 Gold Ring made were communi- ke there were op- Ment about British polities now tives will feed on.
983 Ring 30541, 3 Gold B Bande, cated by letter from the ‘gs eeu for wastage cobinae ee ee ws rape : : e
re 4 Financial Secretary to /~ because
fine 1949 5 2 Gold . bias. And the way I have written a
June Bins. (Gold Cameo) = ae st ee wey _ of : 4 of Mr, Attlee’s reason for holding What they “will do- after the
20079 1 Bangle Dee, 1949 29th August, 1949 establishing . the election is certainly the Con- election is another matter. The
(iv) Under rireie 4 ing field and its ad- S¢tvative way of putting the case. Evening Standard, with some
27953 Gold Necklace which a co in Yet an impartial observer could foresight, suggested recently
29133 R. G. W. Watch 27972 Gold Signet Ring = :" were accep’ * y 6 ae cannot be hardly but admit that these are that on no _ account should
29145 Goid pe Bracelet 27994 Gold Ring i od tee wee oe regarded as excessive or the facts. Mr. Attlee’s Labour Conservatives formulate a policy
29160 gad echnce & Pendant] 28012 Camera woh a 7 expenditure even as unreasonable, Government is losing popular because they might be. com-
i nt's C. W. Watch 28068 Gold Signet Ring 4 ne Roa, hoy been The loss or misap- favour, If it remained in power pelled to carry it through! And
9247 Gent's C. W. Watch 28097 Gold Ring p ny eld was only propriation disclosed without choosing an election it any policy would be a target
; 28117 Ladies C.W. Watch to 4 increased in ac- was of the part of the would suffer from a severe winter, for the socialist campaigners. But
-_ 28134 Gold B ae catimates to be, agreed "Wh. Sader boustat em See: shortaa® of fuel and electricity in tator might well poenmment on some
& e nt * x ~ Shortage o uel and electrici n r mi. w ent on some
26185 Gold Stone Ring Gold me with the Social Welfare WEL aed SAMA eres the cold weather. The Latour CLEMENT ATTLEE common misapprehensions,
26233 Gold ond 28160 Gent's W. Watch Officer, and on comple- F transported by r Party’s managers might well have : Contrary to some American
26339 Gold Ri 28165 Cake Stand tion of the work or at ’ rigs from Seawell, reckoned that had an election candidates make more ‘Tory Opinions the Conservative Party
26376 Two G Pinas: One Iden, appropriate intervals SIR CLEMENT MALONE ms * ce come next March—forced by the chances! will not attempt to dismantle the
Bracelet Dec. 1949 the Vestry would fur- rs Field.” Neither weight of public opinion—then National Health Service.
ei Gold Ring nish audited accounts were properly expend- Mr. Tudor nor Mr. Cox Labour would have been com- * * * Contrary to some opinions Mr.
421 Gold Ring 30581 Camera of the expenditure of all ed and properly vouch- was implicated in any pletely routed, and gone into a The i Churebill 3 is not likely to be an
26481 Ladies C.W. Wotan & Seong 67 old Ring monies received from ed for, and that the tion. The long eclipse. ewe pe at this election is easier partner for the United
26521 Gent’s R.G.W. Watch the Labour Welfare work of establishing party has not ; bly——who will rule the country States in The Atlantic Alliance, A
Strap fing Fund. The Vestry thus the playing field was been traced. Clement Attlee broadcast his next. Neither of the major parties brief glance at the “White House
29295 1 Gold Bangle 30665 Gold Ring became responsible for efficiently performed. (xi) There is no foundation decision to the nation. He has has a coherent political pro- Papers by Harry Hopkins” indi-
29353 Lady’s C. W. Watch 30685 Ladies’ RG, W. Watch the proper disbursement To assist him in the for belief that any huts chosen for his party the prospect gramme to offer. The Labour cates some of the trenchant
29385 Gold Ring 80741 Gold Ring of the amount of the performance of this or hut, or part of a hut of a small defeat, at a time of his,,Party has enjoyed six years in arguments Winston had with
3 Gold Ring 30743 Ladies’ R.G. W. Watch grant duty, the Vestry had ¢ as stated in Own choosing, in order that the@ ower. In that time it has put Roosevelt during the war. Possibly
04 Gold Ring 30747 Gem Ring; Gold Ring (v) Th Vestr: Aabuted the placed at his disposal (%) above were misap- Labour Party should live to _— nto practice almost all the he would stand up for British
29413 Gold Ring 30779 Gold Ring Playing vial commana. the services of a Build- from Sea-~ again another day. measures of legislation that it opinions more sturdily than the
29428 Gold Ring 30793 2 Sold. Rings ‘ae which: the ing Supervisor. -em- or from the “Prin- declared, originally, as its policy. present cabal
29473 Gold Ring 20810 Gold Ring Chiwecneiaae itr. ployed and paid by the cess Alice Playing This, of course, is not the way‘And some-of them leave the bitter No Conservative Government in
29488 Gold Chain and Pendant 30823 Gold Necklet & Cross urchwarden (Mr. H. Vestry. The Church- Field” or while in tran- Socialists would state the case. taste of regret even in the mouth sight could “lift controls”—just
20492 Necklace & Pendant 30871 Gold Ring . Nae ee warden neglected to Sit between those two Clement Attlee, himself, spoke of of good socialists, For the Labour like that. Conservatives have
29493 Gold Ring ‘ — 00 : a ro make use of this $ the need for Government seeking Party this election will be the always refused to be drawn on
29529 1 Gold Baby Bangle lan. 1950 és) — o oe officer's services. He (xii) . von be desirable an assurance from the country of defence of a citadel rather than the exact controls they suggest
onsen Gans ais ‘ playing = at the thourred expenditure aane sexe clearly a strong majority. the raising of a banner for the should be abolished.
Aug. 1949 28208 Geld Ring ; eet, eng erection ia pomne instances with- ae t by law But that way of speaking does March into new country. The
as 28229 Gold Ni ra & Pendant Seniee cas ie eee out the knowledge or the auities and powers not persuade political observers, Labour Party will stad as the * * *
26535 Gold Bangle at aot oo ace ny carrying out of other approval of the Vestry of the Churchwarden. jt is clear to the impartial that defender of the “social service
26540 Gold Ring 28946 1 Pe ng si matters, but neglected or bis Coininittes, and It might be — nothing but -an extraordinary State” that it has fabricated. Free It would take an article in itself
28541 Gold Necklace eats Geld oon rings to make investigations nol tk Rocnee cai ~ to empower € swing of public opinion in the next Health Service, subsidies on food to discuss the political dissension
26591 Gold Ring 28341 - Chosk ng during Mr. Tudor's eatindten aareek tapeil uditor i to month ean bring a Labour victory, Prices, controls of prices, bulk that is seething in the Labour
26611 Gold Bangle 28350 Gold term of office although and passed for a oor fe amount The reasons for believing that the Purchase of raw materials and Party. There is a battle of per-
26623 Ladies C.W, Watch & Strap 26363 Gold es representations were ment’ vouchers’ ‘which aa rom ot “ar Conservatives will gain more seats food, national insurance, free legal sonalities between Mr. Aneurin
26644 Gold Ring 26867. 1 Gold : ng made by the Auditor, was Ook cae oe w paymen: : © than in February 1950 are three: aid—these are the palicies Lahour Bevan and Mr, Emanuel Shinwell
aa oe me sacs 28407 a Ring e =. neem sneer not properly . certified ae ee a a am, oer nave - ated . aupae will defend, for the ee et a
| e of confidence in the country that Labour Party. ie is le
Aten: Machine ans ten Ring Churchwarden was not . pre ge ma Lowrie opel a te the pendulum of political favour The curious fact is that the lively by a socialist internal cold
02 Gold Ring 30878 Gold Ring observing the terms Sone hich taidets i to the V is swinging their way. This was Tories will be attacking on a war being waged even while the
28729 Gold under which the grant or whic ers appea estry: the fortunate legacy of their near- different front. ‘It ost Labour Party faces the danger vf
30895 Gold Ring should have bee 25. F hog - x
51 Ladies R.G.W. Watch 30910 Gold Ring was made or the rules ted 4 ° n_ in- inally, I desire to express victory last’ year. Second: the that the Conservatives will march the Tory election onslaught.
(0 Gold Ring 30960 Gold Ring in financial matters laid with mn 1 pene my appreciation of the assistance rising cost of living since the cirectly against the citadel of the
26852 Gold Ring 30981 Gent's C. W. Watch down by the Vestry. ‘ 9 ution passed ee a by oe Attorney opening of the Korean War and social service state, Instead they Another article, again could be
26872 One Pr. Gold Earrings 1010 Gold Ring (vi) The Playing Fields a e Vestry. The neg and by e Acting Finan- the re-armament programme has will appeal to the desire of man devoted to the more polite internal
26896 Ladies R.G.W. Watch 1049 Gold Ring Committee failed to urchwarden’s acts cial Sect nn Capt. Bryan) with- marched against the Government for a change. They will make differences within the Conserva-
26910 Gold Ring 31076 1 Pr. Gold Bangles : take sufficient interest and omissions in these sa a < a deal of the in power. Third: the Liberal political profit out of the sense of tive Party. How secure is
26080 Gold Ring 31107 Gold Ring in the execution of the cases were unwarranted Ss aitabe ght not have been Party, which made a brave but stagnation that has descended on Churchill’s leadership now that
26935 Gold Ring 81117 id Ring work at the “Reef” and highly irregular, “36 Tc sins futile show in the last election Britain. Since 1939 we have lived the public opinion poll has an-
26946 Gold Bangle 31120 Pr, S. Bangles; Gold which work was left and call for very severe te the wore on fo Bey ag og with 475 candidates, is planning, in stirring times. A “phoney” nounced the people would prefer
26953 Gent’s C.W. Watch Necklet entirely in the hands of censure, v. sh, Corcineies sae er - this year to offer scarcely a third war; the battle of Britain; a year Eden to Churchill as Prime
29541 Gent's C.W. Watch 31151 Gold Ring the Chairman. (viii) The © uae hers Mrs. Kin S two that number, This is an automatic standing alone; a winter watching Minister? And who are the young
29550 Camera 31152 Gold Bracelet (vii) ‘The Churchwarden and viii) e Churchwarden in jonngrepes it it sos advantage to Conservatives. It is the Red Army and suffering men who will quickly rise io
29574 Gold Bins 3/202 2 Gold Rings Chairman of the Play- rat for the _re- tigiy tba to. allies iy 50 estimated that of any three Liberal defeats; a year of recovery; a year power in the Conservative party—
29582 Cam 81214 Gent’s C.W. Watch Fields Committee at of huts from Sea- | Iné efficiently. voters, two will drift to the Con- of advance; a year of victory— pushing on one side some of the
3 Lady's ae G. W. Watch | 31229 Gold Ring . Gr, A. Tudor) — ~ Playing Field) (SGD) CLEM*NT MALONE servative Party, in the absence of then in 1945 the most exciting old wheel-horses who have been
1 Gold Ring 31232 Gent's R.G.W. Watch should — put did auras y be seal« ioner, a Liberal, for every one that turns political event of our time. A on Conservative Front benches
3 2 to seat wee ae ee not act in co-operation cn os enieae " oe bee 27th August, 1951, to Labour. So fewer Liberal new Government, a new experi- since Hitler ranted at Nuremburg?
Go g with the Vestry’ and th i : ;
Gold Ring 21256 Gold the Playin Fields hus in a__ position
03 Gold Ring $1278 Gold Ring Seneteke . - pow “ve to communicate the
5 Gold Ring 5 e: contents of these
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Sept. 1949 28502 Gold Ring see that the monies tenders had been open-
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SATURDAY, OCTOBER

A LARGE crowd last



that he told them he was there
to win a seat for the Labour
Party and they had succeeded in
making his words come true. He
was very happy that night in
seeing the many faces of people
that he had come to know so
"» well. Indeed he felt that he was
talking to his own family at home
in speaking to them.
Mr. Miller then went on to
give his listeners some account
_of the work he had done in the
House of Assembly for the par-
ish. He reminded how after hav-
x ing seen the great need for
> water in Drax Hall, he had left
no stone unturned until it had been
installed. Among other things he
told them how -he had tried to
get four baths erected in the
parish for the use of the people
“after he had discovered some










6, 1951

St. George Hear
From 2 Candidates

night attended the political

meeting of the Labour Party in St. George, in support of

England, he pointed out, he used
to take time off from his studies
to ‘make protests against the
wrongs that were done against
colonials.

: Labour — Capital

They would have heard it said,
said M-. Barrow, that labour and
capital must work together and

that there was no point in putting |

two labour men in the House of
Assembly for the parish because
Labour could not exist without
eapital. “That is the sort of

propaganda which certain people |

shout about. Before a man starts
to talk about any abstract terms
he had got to explain the terms

on which he was putting forward |

his proposition.”

Mr. Barrow went on to explain |

that the conditions under which
the capitalist existed were hostile

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the candidature of Mr. E. W, Barrow and Mr. F. E. Miller +++ delicately perfumed ‘
fe ae to the House of Assembly at the next + + + Clings softly for hours a
ener ection. giving wer
Mr.. Miller said that it was not have to wait for God's good ea _ ”
three years ago on the same spot time for that because while in that natural vivid look,





“bathing under a standpost, evi- to the improvement of the ; : . acne
dently, he stated because of the standard of living of the people | “Watch out if them Tories get in—they’ll want all yer teeth, glasses, ‘air and bettles of free jollop ‘anded back.” | oom
great distance of the standpost and hostile to the majority of | London Express Service ne
rom their homes. This like working people not only in this | See ee ad eae : ar a ol ‘Lightning’ fasteners se:
me other things he had planned istand,, ne Seoeeh, a son GOONER Gl OER edroire eae eer ask : vt toe are manufactured by
or the improvement of the social other island in whic’ ere was | “ x ‘ : ~ |
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onditions as. they existed and pi Scians who were supposed to | direction. recorded less rainfall than either Mv. c.'L, M. Tannis, Sch. Belqueen, Miranda, Vernon Smith, Heather Ward, °
‘Sometimes he was inclined to be extreme socialists, The Labour Right now the RAF. which of these. But with the 12 parts a _Soniees, Sch ch Jeune Dorothy Cechin, vernan Knox. ee
; ; ‘ Sts, s ales ce " : oni ‘ ic . etta, Se pen, Se ario " é ENT:
ne Tepresenta he ee ont? Party: is supposed to be a socialist | #180 has the task of contributing of rain’ that parish had, some
bne representative in the House.
Now the Labour Party who had
hviously done so much for them
vere offering two representatives

the person of Mr. Barrow and





yould be giveat, the Party was
ill aiming at something greater.




party and if it is not we are go-
ing to make it one .”

Finally Mr, Barrow spoke of the
cost of living and made it plain
that this could in no way be due

was not promising to do anything

benefit.



its share to the allied goal of
matching Russian air power in
the West, is flying planes inferior
to those of the U.S., and more
important, to Russia’s. 7

Sir Arthur Henderson say Britain

each. The R.A.F’s fighters, Vam-
pires and Meteors are of the same

streets were flooded.
Baths and water

being installed at the St. Peter’s
Almshouse for the male inmates

nesday by Police Magistrate of

will be imprisoned for two months.

toilets are Capt

Schooner D'Ortac,
Gooding, from British Guiana
8

ARRIVALS
Schooner Cyclorama O,,
Ollivierre,

71 tons net,
from Trinidad.
SB tons net, Capt

Alcoa Puritan, 4,651 tons net,

Sorrang, for Trinidad

SEA WELL

George Seel,



In Touch With Barbados

imself, they were pledged to ; and nurses. Copt. Kisby, from St.’ Lucia. i
Kk after their interest and they a secant i Ee omateian Not Combat Units Durant Boyce of Upper Carlton, ,, y rah ca titer. ae Coast Station
ertainly would. He Peta that he was prepared There’s only one Valiant, flying St. James, was fined $24 DEPTS -porsons for mt an Ca Cable and Wireless (W.I.) Ltd. advise
Mr. Miller spoke of the sugar 14 give the parish of his service |2°W, and when Chancellor of the in monthly instalments of $4.80 | Schooner Mandalay 11, 30 tons net, (net, they, Gan now communicate with
agreement that had been made to the best of his ability but he|=Xchequer Hugh Gaitskell and when he was convicted on Wed- CPt. Gooding, fot St. Vincent 5 dos Coast Station:—
“between the Workers’ Union and i S.S. Polyriver, 698 tons net, Capt

8.8. Cavina, s.s, Proteus, s.s, Para

Ba Z i nas th d. i “ é istrict “RR” puay, 5.8. Foggen, s.s. Oregon Star, s,s

hat, though the benefits to ‘the fF them alone. He was a mem-|fatigne: gree, m,jighters they dre District “ik”, Mr. S. H. Nurse, ol aaa Grebianger, ss. Jovemartiy mV. Sar
k th h thi ment ber of the Party and the Party there Hardly is mi Pe th writ » receiving stolen watches. Veronico, 8.8, Puritan, #8. Indian
orkers throug is agreement \ 41d work together for their y more than one Failing to pay me fine, Boyce Keefer, ss. Ganges, s.s, | Cylifornia, 8.5.

Colombie, 8.8, Capo Arma, 8.6. Cornell

This fi f $24 hiefl ©.$, Mary Adams, s.s. City Of Alma, s.5 |
tant ‘ Sn dear % z us fine o was chie. re- r Republica De Venezuela, 8.5, S. Rosa

hey were aiming to bring vintage as the U.S. F80 Shooting sponsible for bringing the tote ot **RIVALS. — BY B.W.1.A.L, ON 5%, Mohican, s.8. Atlanta Sccondo, §.8 1
workers from the back Stars and are ao match for Rus- . i THURSDAY Willemstad, 8.8, Esso Allentown, 5.8
pds where they were and Ci il t sian Md.G’s ttre six fines imposed by Mr. Nurse From sv, VINCENT: Christian Bergh, s.8, Etdema, 8.8" Mil
lake it possible Tie them to Cv ervants - ? ‘ at District “E” on Monday and agents ctaoeb ayes Kirton, Michael jerntor, s.s. William H, Wilmer, s.s
ma . rn ritain® ‘ A z rion, Muriel Forde, Lady Rodney, s.8, Lasgeorgias, s.s. Kaia
oy the amenities of life like Britain's new Hawker may \be Wednesday to $42.00, From JAMAICA: Anuceen, Bo Bigeniay Chants, ics

ot er people.







Reject COL Bonus



the best fighter in existence

The next highest fine was one of

Elden Sylvestre
AD

Gordon Bennett.

Pleamar, s.s, Tomogerus, 8.8. Thetis, s.s |



i officials say, and it umdoubtedly $6.00, imposed on Chesterfield !rem TRINIDAD: Chantilly, 8.8, Sibilla, 5.8, Rosaura, s.s
: “ged wee Meocnsinne (From Our Own Correspondent) can exceed 700 miles per hour Bailey of Mt, Gay, St. Lucey, who ;, Pee Finke me Bennett, Rosario,
© middle class also to give their Bas i a nee city = 3g aa Le was my oo. on a charge oj — ST. fucma: ; :
ore unfortunate brothers a ‘ r rma tons—the same goes for the new wounding. Bailey was given seven Edwin urton, Marie Arthurton,
elping hand. Some people re- notified under the Trades Unions) Vickers-Supreme Swift. days in which to pay the fine and Abcchagstiaiieas Cotednete seis MAIL ROT tie
ded themselves as better than Ordinance that a ¢lispute exists in default, he will undergo one trom PUERTO RICO: : Autigua, St, Kitts, 8. Thomas Vil
ers because of circumstances, between the government as em-! But they are a long way from rponth’s imprisonment. The other _, Orrill Gwendolyn ‘Thompson, Wilbert New York by the #8. Fort Townshend
t that was not the right atti- Ployers and Government em-/combat units. That explains the fines ranged between $1.20 and “Y2" Corbin, Sybil Exshaw, Cyril will be closed at the General Post Office
de. They should all try to help Ployees. The action rollowed a/R.A.F’s urgent requests for U.S. $4.80. They were for not stopping poved temo or eee Mpatoel Beast “AEGak-nnoes Registered
the fight for the advancement meeting of the General Council | and Canadian Sabres. The cele- at a major road, black guarding, "rem 87. KITTS: " Mail at 2 p.m., Ordinary Mall at 2,30
the underdog. The banish- of the Federation of Unions of the| brated Spitfires and Hurricanes resisting an island constable and “/fred Williams, Eilesie Williams, p.m. on the Sth’ October, 1951




ent of snobbery should be made
n effort by all who indulged in

“Labour has brought to you
hiversal Suffrage,’ said Mr.
iller, “the God-given right of
very man and woman to say



ing what form of education
ur children should have and in
What condition you should live.
t is the greatest thing that could
ippen to you, make use of your
Opportunity wisely.”

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Government Employees embracing
9,000 members including transport
and Post Office workers, the Pub-
lic Works Department, water
supply and sea defences, nurses
and other medical employees and
subordinate employees of all De-

cost of living increases recently
announced by Government are
“inequitable, inadequate and un-
acceptable”, Under the Ordinance
the Governor must appoint a
committee to discuss the situation





then were like their supersonic
Swift and Hawker descendants—
brilliant designs but not yet in
combat air forces,

Owing both to military estim-
ates and economic necessity

straight from immediately, post-
war types to something “ultinsate”
like the Hawker. —(U.P.)



assaulting an island constable,
Residents of Speightstown ex-
press the hope that the refuse cans
which are put alongside the princi-
pal streets of the town would be |
cleared more often than once per |

left to collect refuse from Sunday
to Sunday before they are cleared.
During that time, all sorts of refuse
fill them up to the tops, refuse
which at times is not lacking in







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Ss 2 Britain decided to. skip “interme- week. 82 eed W/7 /i\ re
Who should represent him or her. partments. iate” 2 s , AILS FC IR M E N sa :
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ins at oul odour, %
Mr. Barrow told his listeners with the employers and workers, f ihe 6 nat | are obtainable in various shades and sizes.
“that he had come in God’s good within the month, A_ formal armen The resident wondered it it | 7
time.” He was using that ¢x- notification of the existence of the nine tk \ | “
ression because two years ago trade dispute was also sent to the T L oi d be y 8. ¢ | ATHLETIC UNDER ig
hen he was in Eagiand, he was Labour Commissioner. oO LOonaon % SPORTS SHIRTS ATHLE NDERWEAR ~
scandalised when he took up a Dette ora Dee ee ee n
newspaper sen 5 eres, Sad KINGSTON, Oct. 5 France ° t | te
read something abou e “Holi- . : 2 ne et Guil | a
day with pay ‘Bill’ He had read U.C.W.I. Extra-Mural Tutor Hons. Harold Robinson _ of ry. , HCUSE OF GOMMONS at
Shot Mr, Adams had had passed “-C-W.!. xira ural iu Trinidad, H. A. Cuke of Barba- % . Re Si at
"through the House of Assembly, pie ey dos, a, Eccles of British Gui- NEW YORK, Oct. 5. | $$ ; $5* cy Sh
a Bill to grant agholiday with pay For Leewards In Antigua 22, R. I.. don ar bene pipe charged on Priday’ that |} t as
’ hi: olony . : wey bE |‘ France in her dealings wi o- | ¢ : hae
Pihat Bill eras eee Lagisintive (From Our Own Correspondent) ish West Indies Sugar Associa- rocco is guilty of violating the ny x rao
Council and a man called Cuke ANTIGUA | |tion are leaving for London im- Charter and Declaration of Human % ¥ 28
ad said ‘that maybe it was a Mr. L. Short newly appointed | mediately to discuss the British Rights. In a cable to Trygve Lic. ‘ x ;
idea but not yet. Tutor for the Extra-Mural De-|Government question of a rea- Foreign Minister Salah El Din | % | i
“T did not have to wait for partment of the University Col-|sonable sugar price increase for Pasha asked that the Morocco | x Ss 8
od’s good time before I realised lege s of es 4 rr Indies is gaia lelhew = eee ¢ & question be placed on thé agenda | \S , er
i art ands as arri - ! @ e- of the Paris i Pet enern sl: < =a ; ‘ , mY
eB ig ey wen cater ta tian Antigua. During the past four’|tween the United Kingdom and bly. a ee 1% CYCLING has become a definite part of every x a
eet Spel ah to or what months since Mr, F, W. Case’s| the Commonwealth.’ it : e | Be
—* i rhe aia as long as he departure, Miss Nora Sifleet has Kirkwood who flies to England Egyptian action resulted from | s day life. % cbs
fra not bel cs to the plantocracy ibedn deputising in conjunation|on Sunday will argue that the a decision by the Political Com- | $ : nds sabl . :
ES ed to “identity himself with with her work of compiling anj steeply rising costs the farmer mittee of the Arab League. Arab R It is an indispensable mode of transport. w se
ee tthe le.” He did economic survey of this island. | has to meet will justify Jamaica sources here said Egypt is likely to ®
asses 0 e people. receiving a very substantial in- press during the Assembly for full| % aus . siness or ple . for The Speaker’s chair, Teas
crease in the present sugar price. independence of French Morocco. | Whether for business or pleasure and for : Pp >
—O.P —UP.| $ . ; all seating throughout the Chamber,
ae daily exercise has no equal. wed

galleries and lobbies and every other
article of upholstered furniture , om
throughout the new building

are equipped with

| $2m. Co. To Work Gold
Mine In Venezuela Kidney Trouble Caus es

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WITHIN A MONTH or so more than $2 ag (U.S.) a S You will find exactly what you require in the. . , | il INI I ID) L li ror
i , : ‘ ‘ iti a in § Ly Hit ars
will be invested in gold just a little off Britis uian a ac e, é ng p ig § 3 : Se Tit NY es I
the Amacuro Territory of Venezuela. , ; £6 youths fhelise owt beverta: Hae th ; & % :
: ro mine’ shortly for Venezuela with ma-) yifn¥g Ee, -sorts, P| tors’ records prove this, . ¥ i My > i aa ¢
Lehiche covers 8000 incres is Mr, chinery and general supplies. The vousneas, Bucka her ng ain, Se the ae ene Ray goo | % Lhe Original Latess Foam Cushioning
a i ? e ‘ i i ans to construct a es, eumatism, Burning Pas-
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"preter attached to the Venezuelan 42-mile road from Koriabo on the) cer and fal i mfrs Youre Ri: | ung enter ack Gack emacs § | ARTADN'S BEST HICYCLE : po A Rafe RN i
in the Colony and has left_ba' fe cause, 7 a eer ar eee pe Pee ata ee - he
jeasea rahe to an ” arnatsoun to the mine, as well as houses for| Wrong foods and drinks, worry, colds < See Site Sea we Ro tee i | 8 e Acknowtegaments ; x

+ or overwork may create an excess of
the staff. The Corporation will em-) acids ana place a heavy strain on your
ploy 25 per cent, West indian entre eo thas they ECD poorly
labour, and 75 per cent, Vene-| fnd need help to properly purify your

: d maintain health and energy.
jan. Offices will be set up in ee Hi
Chrsons and in Georgetown. Help Kidneys Doctor’s Wa

4 Many doctors have discovered by
Mr. Beech and companions are | gcjentifie clinical tests and in actual

i i Mr. Stoll) practice that a quick and sure way to
will oe Sa join them help the kidneys clean out excess

outht the name under # money back guarantee, You be
_ of the Amacuro Mining Corpora-
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American banker and lawyer as
President and with Mr. Charles Q.
Beech, Civil Engineer as a partner.

The Corporation has , acquired

an oil screw vessel “Shirley”

trading under

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TELEPHONE 2508.

For Births,

in

Marriage er Engagement
Carib Calling the

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CLARKE; On September 20th in England,

Colonel F. Sealy Clarke, youngest son
of Sarnuel Clarke of er Ch.
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IN MEMORIAM

AIN:

Cain’ who was called
October 6th 1949.

51—1n





In loving memory of M. Jessica
to rest on

No longer must the mourners weep,
Nor call departed Christians dead;

For death is hallow'd into sleep,
And every grave becomes a bed.
Mark's Girls’ School, Staf¥ and Pupils.



CAIN; To the Sacred Memory of Mont:

rose Jessica Cain who fell asleep ini

Jesus on October 6th 1949

She was kind, gentle and sympa-

thetic—

She gave her all to the service of

She is fot dead, God called her to

higher service
Thy will be done,

She is missed by all who knew her.

McClean (Aunts),

Algustus Eastmond.
Siléntly he sleeps,
Securely in his gentie breast,

Always to be remembered by:—Mariaa

Cain, Mrs Oliver M

Kane (Brother and family U.S.A.}, Mrs.
Ruby Sealy, The Layne Family, The
Hunte Family; Caroline Brathwaite, The

Hinds Family (Cousins) and many friends

EAS?MOND—In memory of Simeon

For angels guard the slumber of the

blest





Louise Eastmond (Wife), Elaine Maycock

(Daughter), Walter Maycock (Son-in-
Law), Sylvia Turton (Daughter), James
Turton (Son-in-Law!, Grand children

STUART—In loving memory of my be-

Joved husband Herbert Francis Stuart

who died on October 4,
Two years ago

1949.

vou obeyed the call

And left me to go in search of the

Lord
You may have found Him
Much to. my delight

Buy I am just as you left me od

uriel Stuert (wife), Alma (aunt),
rother-in-iaw!. U.S.A. Family.

Leslie

WALCOTT— In loving memory of our

dear beloved mother Ethelinda Wal-

cott who died on October Ist 1945.
Six years have passed
sad day

since that

When one we loved was called away. +
God took her home, it was His will
But in our heart we love her still

and = Mr. David

GOVERNMENT NOTICE



EXAMINATIONS.

Ever to be remembered by Mrs. Elsie
Blendman
6.10.51—1n



ROYAL SANITARY INSTITUTE

The annual examinations of the

Royal Sanitary Institute will be
held in Barbados from the 19th—
24th November, 1951.

Candidates will be aecepted for

‘tors,

the Certificates for Sanitary In-
Health Visitors and

hool Nurses and Tropical Hy-

giene.

Candidates desirous of taking

the examination for Meat and
Other Foods Inspectors will have
to proceed to Trinidad to take the
éxamination there during the week
12th—16th November, 1951.

All application forms duly filled

in and accompanied by the appro-
priate fee should reach the Hon-
orary Secretary not later than
31st October, 1951.

Particulars and forms may be

10.51—3n.



“GIFT SHOP
Gifts, Souvenirs, and Toys. Call
in and view Ralph Beard’s Toy
and Gift Shop, where there is a
large variety, Not forgetting the
famous Sebel Steel Toys. Also
Shell Work and Mahogany. At
Ralph Beard’s Showrooms. Lower

FOR SALE
WORTHY
DOWN

TOP ROCK

Having three bedrooms with
connecting toilets and baths,
lounge-dining room, large
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Fully enclosed with all con-
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phone.

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$60 and for rent. BRADSHAW & CO.



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5.10, 51—2n
ELECTRICAL
“CLIMAX” ELECTRIC WASHING

MACHINES.—A small shipment of these
just received from Canada and at our
price of $247.12 represents outstanding
value. Dial—3878 ar 4710. DA COSTA &
Co., Ltd. Electrical Department.

5.10. 51—6n.

ELECTRIC STOVE: Cne Westinghouse
4 burner with oven, praétically new.
Owner selling beeduse unable to obtain
current. Dial 5096, 4.10.51—3n

———————

ELECTRIC STOVE—American General
Electric 3 Burner with Grill and Oven.
Like new. Phone 3100, 6.10, 51—2n
SS _

FRIGIDAIRE: One 6 cubit foot Gen-
eral Electric Frigidaire with new unit &
Procelain Cabinet. Apply: Mrs. J, W.
Chandler, Tel, No. 95211 5.10. 51—2n

LL

HEATING PADS: These with 6 degrees
of heat just received. John F. Hutson
Ltd. 5.10.51—2n

FURNITURE

“STEEL FURNITURE. —Complete range
of steel furniture including Senior and
Typists Desks,
Stationery Cupboards, Filing Cabinets,
Executive Chairs, Typists Chairs, etc
On display at K. R. HUNTE & Co, Ltd.
New Showroom, Dial—5136. or 5027.

3.10, 51—6n.

STEEL FURNITURE.— Largest variety
of steel furniture in the Island which
includes Office Desks, Filing Cabinets,
Filing Trays. Cupboards, Wall Safes,
Typist Chairs, Easy Chairs, Tables. etc.
At RALPH BEARD'S Showrooms, Lower
Bay Street.

LIVESTOCK
ONE PONY—Apply Mr. Joseph Hus-

bands, Chimborazo, St. Joseph.
6.10.51—I1n

MISCELLANEOUS

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SCALES: 500 Ib and 1,000 fb Plat- |

on Scales. The General Agency Co.,
B'dos. Ltd. Phone 4517, High St
4.10.51—4n



“T" SHIRTS—Soft
Silk; for men and women: White, Lemon
and Blue; all sizes, only $2.44 each. Ten
per cent, discount to purchaser of three.
KIRPALANT, 52 Swan Street.

6.10.51—I1n.

SS

RIDING SADDLE—One riding Saddle
20 lbs. Apply R. R. Maloney, Wm. Fog-
arty (B'dos) Ltd. 6.10,51—t.f.n.

ANNOUNCEMENTS

Private Tuition in French, History,
Maths. English, Any standard. Adults
or schoolchildren. Write Box C.C. c/o
Advocate, Advertising Dept.

§.10.51—2n







LADIES follow DAME FASHION!
Gowns for every occasion exclusively
designed and made to order. American
and Parisien stylings. For appointment
Ring MIM’ GOODING 8538.
3.10, 51—4n

CALADIUM SHOW
WHITEHALL, ST. PETER.
Amount collected was $14.40, This has
been sent to Miss Barbara Agard the
Hon. Tres. of St, Peter's “Daily Meal.”

6.10.51—1n,





WANTED

MISCELLANEOUS





TRUCK: One Ford V-8. Model 1946
or 1947 with dual gear, Apply W. B.
Hutchinson, Dial 4494. 30.9.51—n

BICYCIE—Second-hand Gent's Bicycle.

Phone 3625. 6.10.51—6n,



TUB-BATH—One Enamel or Porcelain
Tub-bath in good condition. Phone 8678.
6.10.51—3n



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THE SECOND WORLD
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FURNISH

Home & Office
The Money Saving Way

Wardrobes, Vanities, Dresserrobes,
Bedsteads, with Style to keep
your smile—Mopris, Tub and other
Fashion Furniture for your Draw-
ing Room — Tables, Sideboards,
China Cabinets, Waggons and
other Dining Room pleasures:
Kitchen Cabinets, Larders, om 4
and Rush Chaits—Desks in p'

afd mahoganised@ Deal, and as
wearing Chairs—Ropé Mats $1.08

up.

L. S. WILSON

SPRY STREET. DIAL 4069







It will be. necessary for
the Gis Company’s Fitters
to continue throughout Sat- |
urday and Sunday with the |
work of ¢hangitig the jets

to be used for Natural Gas,

if the work is
pletéd before
the 10th instant,
are requested to co-operate
in every way, and are also
asked to remember that the
burners altered c be
used until Thursday morn-
1g the llth when the few

Will be the pipe ne

to be com-
Wednesddy
Customers

innot

5.10.51—3n, |





PURLIC SALES

Ten cents per agate tine un week-days
and 12 cents per agate line on Sundays,
| minimum charge $1.50 on week-days











BARBADOS ADVOCATE
GOVERNMENT NOTE | 4 pyeRaise

IN THE

PAGE

‘SHIPPING NOTICES

NINE







FOR RENT
HOUSES





























MONTREAL, AUSTRALIA, NEW LVRS S TO CCSTOUBV OOF
| and $1.80 on Sundays. EDUCATIONAL ZEALAND LINE, ‘Litirep % -_ _ pa
THE CAMP--On the Sea, St. Lawrence. | ‘ ADVOCATE | (M.ANZ. Line) s %
REAL ESTATE Fully furnished, Dial 8357, UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OF 4 | % x
47 Sl—tin | 8.9. “PUY ADELAIDE ft a %
; a | zai a THE WEST INDIES : Agar ek eee ae on sft, | % :
acre of land tuated ai Cattlews: From Vv. ist) 2s,| Melbourne October 4th, § : <
Bay woods, St. James % sere of farming, to 15th. Dec. and January. Appiv: Mrs | tric ion ireme oth, Gladston ° 6th, Port Alm
| cone. 5 bearing _— -fruit trees, 1 acl Maxwell, or fhene| Ma ulat Requ mts A i Qe ice f ) a ober one Brune & Moher ath, ; b.
| bearing pear tree, a group of Stan ‘and ving at Trinidad about Novetnber t SCHOONER OWNERS %
| Benana ete. ts of sane land sonsists | — ores mm. “heveay nedihed “that r rv 0 Stet ah Gacbadee Novettibes % BW SSOCIATION (INC) NS
1 rs In addition to general carg this
| Zzotmon, Giver Bene Ba Re Rd. Call Scumce| Seer and Septes. “pt the Maiticulat Re- Songs & Dance versel has ample space for chilled and RN Consignee,, Tele. No. 4047
Mrs ‘ Prone hare frozen cargo
House. Sec mm, |quirements.in and after 1 > for ivi by Cargo eccepted on .thfough Bild. ‘of x
-venoconeesmeiURtitiheny te the University College he. adhe ikhnns | uading for trensahipinent at Trinidad 10 | %
wenane Gacea a erates ott! unbeiined. §. Gabeedine a aan, West Indies may (etter known as) “Butensr’) British Guiana, Leeward and Windwarc | %
ne len §=View! Islands
to on ores 1008 . ft. of land,| Toilet, Dining Room. No dogs. Din! from the Beparitent ad SUG. H * doe CLUB, “For further particulars apply— *
| 4 Bedrooms, 3 3 W. C's. Wash. | e144 6.10.51=1n.| tion, ,, arri St. Michael, RP octoper, {{\| FURNESS, WITHY & CO. LTD., anc |}
Basin in each Bedroom, open Verandah - Pupils of Aided | DaCOSTA & CO. LTD., s
ana Enclosed , Pror furthet| SEASIDE FLAT; near Prospect, S Secondary Schools pe obtain Bananat setved for Service | Trinidad, Barbados. |[@
Particulars, ; 5.10.51 —24 i, 2 bedrooms, Verandah and ga'- Songs | B.W B.W.t
lery, sitting re room sind kitchenette, toile: information concerning Matricy+ ABMMAION: Gone <= 10 {|
eres, wedee of home-ownership open; | “nd bath 6.10.$1=1n. lation ; uirements from the ‘ae ae hee
e’s treasures of contentment, securit; | —Serreennaptenapeacansbs —~—aeee~ | Heads Of t! Schools Danee — © - |
respect and prestige f famil see mOUra: Seaside house on the St Y
Buy one of these ieomee *0ang.” en | James Coast, Furnished — From Nov. | Department of Edueation, he
(1) Basement Dwellinghouse:— Stand- ist For inf t write to Mrs. J. B 29th September, 1951.
ing on 5% acres of land, has all moder: , Skinner Low tay » Luey : a
conveniences. Stalls for 20 cows, fai! 6.10, S1—3n






































|
u trees. j
df
igor adaicy en OUTWARD FROM THE UNITED KINGDOM
jini, Martie | Threergot inoue! IRS ONAL |
along Bank Hal n Standi i
slong Bank Hall Main Road, Standing on FOR SALE Due.
iences. ve } Vessel From Leaves Barbados
(3) One Property:— Chattel house w < i hereby wi a aehetane Fe ‘
shop in Tweedside Road. Standing on | Fo mee to 72 nt |S:S. “SCHOLAR” London 25th Aug 5th Oct.
9%) Shc Peepite tpre-root outs "lt MPNell eapoe fr heaton ' 5 SS. "SCULPTOR" {'iverpoal, and
with thea in’ Prince-ot Wales, Road, | “8 contracting anv dept or deots in ns |} LONG and Buildings formerly occupied |}! Newport aith Sept. 18th Get.
standing on 1/8 of an acre with 10 Cocos: | 22™€ tnless by 9 written order signed | S.S. “STAT ESMAN London 15th Oct lst Nev.
nut and other fruit trees. And mary by’ me ALVA WI FORDE, . . 8.5. “ST UDENT"” Liverpool aith Oet, _10th Nov
SE Seal ee coca buts ' mS An, by the West India Biscuit Co, Ltd. Reet eS paras: a ee
ing” tind. "Vou “ace ‘setdom “except ‘ae canaries! \R HOMEWARD FOR THE UNITED KINGDOM
imagination. methy 1 $
CLEMENT 8. JARVIS, 15 10 51 9p eee Niche | situated in Spry Street, Bridgetown. Closes tn
Auctioneer, ,
; . . Vessel For Barbado.
AGENCY, Marth Street, Dial wor ON | The BUBLG Are hereby warned agains as
* 6.10.51—2n ste my Wa TAY yi ae For rticalars a I to = 1% S.S, “SCHOLAR” ’ . Liverpool end Oct.
: responsible for her or @nyone else con- f Pr 9 : 3.8. “TRIBESMAN" London end Oct
} AUCTION tracting any aatot or sete in my name ss Her fastine 4 ‘ites - tion ly t RRR Nar
unless by a written order signed by me . ‘or further Information apply to. . .
|” IK. IR. MONTE & Co. Lid. |) an «
ornbury yer El
IAMOND Christ Church | DACOSTA & co., LTD. en
HAMMER 5.10. 51—2n Lower road St t ;
xB igatructiqna. xemslved, ve the ‘oa “Stree A ———-— --——- ——— miistlanc
s wi public
auction on Tuesday next the 9th Octo- - , y
ber, at 2 p.m. One double-roofed house LOosT A FOUND ,
= Mc. ces — Britton’s Cross Road. oO.
erms Cash. D’Arey A. Scott, Aue-| @—
tioneer . 3.10.51—4n,
By instructions received from the L r Ine.
bie gernared GE Podloe I wilt well GRE meme et eetens
entral Station, on Monday &th October] WALLET—One Wallet containing small : Vink weve Oe
at 2 p.m. ‘the following items ;—One| sum of money, two B.T.C. - ariekets YORK SERVICE
ladies’ Wrist Watch and a. piece of| Nos. M. 3878 and P. 406i ar ipte. S.S. “MARIO GC." sails Ist October rives Barbados 13th Oct., 1951
jewelry, Plastic rain coats, Felt Hats,| Finder please return same to Mervin A STEAMER sails 12th October — arcives Borbanon aten October, 1951
One a ing Bicycle and several a Weatherhead Ivy Road, or C/o Advocate enna tah - - Rio envenses ; cenit
tems of interest. Terms strictly Ca: Co, Ltd. Reward offered, , - Tae eh
r D’Atey A. Scott, 6.10.$1-—-1n Be NEW ORLEANS SERVICE
Govt. Auctioneer, Dist. A a3 pees Sea eile ath 8 pte ymber -— arrives Barbatios i!th Get., 1951
10.61—2n. satis 26th , hh
Sats 6.10.61". | LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE A STEAMER sails 10th October — arrives Bartadon Shawn



PUMLIC NOTICES

and 12 cents per agate line on Su:
minimum charge $1.50 on
and $1.80 on Sundays.

NOTICE
PARISH OF ST. PHILIP

Applications for the post of Nurse ati
the St. Philip's Almshouse will be re-
ceived by the undersigned up to Tuesday
| 9th October 1951,

Applicants must be fully qualified as
a Nurse and Midwife, with certificates
of competency.

The salary attached to this post Is
$80.00 per month.

Uniforms, including ‘hoes,
ers provided. $

The successful Candidate must assume
duties on the 25th October 1951,



and quart-



Applications for the post of Junior Nurse
at the St. Philip's Almshouse will also
be received by the undersigned up to
Tuesday 9th October 1951,

Salary attached to this post will be
fixed between $383.00 and $44.00 &
month according to the experience of the
successful Candidate,

Uniforms, including shoes, and quarters
provided.

The successful Candidate must assume
duties on the 25th October 1951,

(Signed) P. S. W. SCOTT,
Clerk to the Board of Guardians,
St. Philip,





29.9.51—Tn
NOTICE
Re Estate of
MILTON KING
deceased
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that ali
persons having any debt or ciaim

against the estate of MILTON KING
deceased, who died at Capetown in the
Province of the Cape of Good Hope in
the Dominion of South Africa on the
llth day of March 1951 intestate are

requested to send particulars of ‘thetr| ¢







‘| batch in respect of a board and hingle
Ten cents per agate line on week-days| shop attached to residence at Halla Rd,

16.10, 51—In




















The application of Samuel Cumber-
hatch holder of Liquor License No
1061 of 1951 granted to G. E. Cumber:

LES een nt - epee eesewenssteengensnseheeninatmniiinss

CANADIAN SERViUK
SOUTHBOUND

St. Michael for permission to vise raid Name of Ship Sails Montreal Sails Halifax Attives Rarbadns
ane tad TT ne eee 5.8, “ALCOA PEGASUS” September %th September 10th September son
Dated this Sth day of Ortober 1951 88+ (AOA LOW SER September 20th September #0th October 10th
To: iz M McLBOD. fea, 5.8. “ALCOA PILGRIM October 12th October Mth October 25th
lice Magistrate, Dist. “A” 8.8. “ALCOA PILGRIM” due Barbados me a

il rhados Septem 17tt Sull « A
SAMUBL CUMBERBATCH, und St. Lawrence River Ports Te ee
Applicant —

These

N.B.—This application will be consid- Te Reectha +
ered at a Licensing Court to be held at
Police Court, Dist. “A"' on Monday the
iSth day of October 1951 at 11 o'¢lock,

a.m

vessols have limited passen yccommodation

nee

ROBERT THOM LTD. — NEW YORK AND GULF vERVICE.
APPLY:—DA COSTA & CO., LTD.—CANADIAN SERVICE

RS
AT LENGTH AND AT LAST

we are in a position to offer

BE. A. MeLEop,
Police Magistrate, Dist, “A”

A Blood Prosi
Ki lls Men &





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ive ee cearaaes tic WORN Tis Bale sammapiilinn
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breath, in of ames iteart, palpitation,
Casily 200, one iP ana wore, ieyoe
suffer to | fea symptoma, t
delay treatment a « Angle day, because
your life may be in danger. Noxee
(formerl known as Hynox), a new
Preasure with the Aree donee aes
heavy Joad off the heart, and takes

eel years younger in af
et ere: ie your eiiae
e 0 make you eel Bi

and strong or money baxk,

FREE |
YOU MUST SEE ~~ PRIZES
THESE REAL

FOR ALL WHO SPEND
$5.00

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pe Me gg Pry pete to ~ eee
un in care © essrs Haynes
gramin, No 18 High sue brvtectows! ~~ SUNBEAM CYCLES
shall’ proceed, io distribute. the ‘asséts| & leads the way with TWIST
of lhe deceased agong the persons! % GRIP 3 SPEED CONTROL
Such claims of which i shall then, haVe on Handlebars. Shipment
had’ notice and, wil nate Hable Br] 8 Just arrived and now being
tributed to any person of whose debt o assembled.
claim I shall not then ae etal ead 8
estate are Requested to settle ther said] 9" Secure Yours NOW !
‘ated this Sih day “t Betobar 1351
PMOLARINE ELIZABETH KING. NEWSAM & C0.
} Qualified Administratrix. of the
Estate of Milton King deceased . is E ORDER
GOVERNMENT NOTICES OF THE DAY. :
\llltlidateiniss THESE SPEAK FOR THEMSELVES— THEY NEED NO SHOUTING ABOUT
VACANT POST OF MATRON, MATERNITY HOSPITAL, COTTON PRINTS GENT’S VESTS | LUNCH PLATES SILK SCARVES
BA 8, B.W.I. os das taoepidak 39c. up 2 for $1.00 29c, Each $2.98 now
Applications are invited for the post of Matron, Maternity Hospita pct Ja ate
j Barbados, B.W.I. which will beeome vacant on March 7th, 1952. SATINS } HAIR BRUSHES LINENS PANTIES COTTON
| 4 Cao Agreement for three years in the first instance Lovely Shades 65, Each All Shades 2 for $1.00
/an r k - ‘ v --
Applicants for the post should possess the following qualifications 79¢. up i SILK : — “ = TAILORS VERONA
and experience:— | PLAIN CREPES LINING
(a) State registration of nurses in the United Kingdom. Maran Caters | ei rong. Bing: Shades 54” while
3) (b) Certificate of the Central Midwives Board of England and Fee pe va swash -_ 98e, per yd $1.28 a yd
, Wales. ‘ + | f . ya. i ;
(¢) Three to five years experience in practical midwifery, pre- ° | ~~ S° = —— -
| ferably in an acceptable institution, bg LADIES CHILDREN’S sans gig Ss k pers ont
| (@) Some administrative experience required, not, necessarily in ar ay gua coe Haptic $2.29 up
a purely administrative post. iy 34c. Eac i up
The salary attached to the post is at the rate of $2,160 per annum : PLASTIC - - sae
with a deduction of 5% for rent of furnished quarters, an allowance KHAKI DRILL CURTAIN NETS UMBRELLAS SILK FUJETTE
towards rations of 60 cents per day is payable, uniforms are supplied From 98c. per yd. 38c. up $1.29 Each $1.02 per yd.
and electric light, —— “Tia w ie are is dial | TROPICAL AUITINGS satis
Passages (not exceeding df lL.) are prov on point- GENTS’ ATCHES i 5 INES ' ‘ 4s ;
ment and on cempletion of Agreement in accordance with conditions E $7 a up or ae NE 54” wide All Shares
%} embodied in the Form of Agreement. : . i ee ‘
> | Government contributes to the Srgprenenation pene for reat ALL OTHER | $1.47 per yd. $2.98 per yd. —— $1.59 up
The Maternity Hospital is one of twenty beds with a materna eee * EL Fj Surin be ae
| welfare clinic attached. It is primarily a teaching Hospital for students SHOES! FUJETTE coos ou AL ee | cae ey ee
; i twenty are trained ene It do served by s Visiling Obstetst? 10% Off | 47c. up i SHOES 100 Pairs } «, Each
th aduate nurse-midwives usual subordinate sta — s 4, ’ ates hei
ae ‘The ‘Matron is responsible to the Director ‘of Medical Services for BOYS’ } JERSEY SILKS $5.50 per pair CHANGE PURSES
% | the overall steninisteatiqn of the Hospital and the training of the — — | $1.29 up CREAM 47c. up
student midwives . Eac - | LAT | A
Applications should be addressed to the Colonial Secretary, Bar- BALARINAS | SILK SHIRTS , GENTS
bados, B.W.I. so as to reach his office not later than peor se. ae BED TICK LADIES! $2.98 Each — SHIRTS
ane re 69c. up | $1.69 per pair Se. up
‘ —- RUBBER SANDALS sninaeensinonsii
MERICAN
(TENDERS FOR SHOPS AT THE PINE HOUSING AREA|}} | HEAVY CANVAS PLASTIC 36¢e, per pr. a
\ +. 79, — $1.50 per yd. RAIN COATS ; 4
} TENDERS are requested from persons who are desirous of erect- & —— j $2.40 Each OIL CLOTH Serena ania
i i fi i } e ; : SUN GLASSES
;ing and running a shop, or shops, at the Pine Housing Area. Heavy Quality | $1.28 per yd. » s VG if . .
Two sites are at present available—No, 1 site is on a vacant spot CALICO SPORTING i ~ -——GONGOLEUM — $1.69 Each
in an area where new houses have been erected recently, therefore, it 59c. per yd. STRAW HATS 69c. u BOYS’ SUITS
will be necessary to erect a building in keeping with the surround- tia BROCADES ee $1.12 Fach a a 18 mack
ings. No, 2 site is on a decanting area, and the removal of an exist- Good Q lity GENTS SOCKS! GOOD QUALITY $1.12 Each
ing shop from an overcrowded area will be consideréd. 700G QUALItS ae eee * SILKS BATH TOWELS
In the case of site No. 1, a plan of the proposed shop including 69e. per yd. 3 Pairs for $1.00 69¢. up 296. Enel
attached residence if desired, should be submitted showing the size " " “weer ite iia: Si einai. i Repo SC
|and design of the building and the materials to be used. For site b+ SILKS epnawe cack ORIENTAL CREPES TAPESTRY
| No. 2, full particulars of the size and the structural condition of the = UD " 18c, Es 1 7 99¢. a yd. FOR WALLS
,shop to be removed will be requitéd. The type of business to be INDIAN Cc, Bach 100% PURE $6.50 up
|earried on should be stated in either case. LEATHER SANDALS HOUSEHOLD - : ---—
st a question of ~ rent will be decided on when the lease for Colourful DAMASK TABLING OU R SALE IS JUST B abe z en NEW
ne spot is considered. : _ GOODS ARR TTA a
Tenders should be addressed to the Manager and Secvetary, Hous- $5.98 ta eee ee net Pair $1.89 per y d. By acts he at Seen a lta lid ah ail
ing Board, the Garrison, and should reach that officer not later than v i ne
pO en eens eeeres i i TS ONLY THANI BROS. to offer you such Excellent Values
Ot ROMHEY PATUCUIASE ADPIY to The SHOVE MenHened Gmbet, | ey a ht a a one ee: Cee min OMe ila iG lui lll an aR MRS Ul ab aan
22 .9,51—3n SSS SSS SSS : SSS ==















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PAGE TEN

ee ee een

Barbados Wins

2-Point Margin Victory

Over British Guiana

THE VERY NARROW MARGIN of two points,
won the Martinez Shield—one of the
by the four colonies of Trinidad.
ca, British Guiana and Barbadus.

Bart marksmen

pn competed for





Barbados scored 783 points and
second was British Guiana with
781. Next was Jamaica \ with
768, and then Trinidad with 139.
Barbados last won the Martine
eld Competition in 1939.

The Shield wes prescnied by
t ‘a Mr F







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Fy rick M
Nastirez, ¢ Jarbcdos Lusiness-
? known West Indian circles

as the Prince of Commercial
He donated _ this
trephy in 1907 for competition be-
tween the Pritish Caribbean ¢ Jo
nes, and competi.icns have beea
heicl regularly since that time

There were breaks, how evar,
Curing the years of the two Wosid
Wars.

At present Barbados holds
Hui.H. ine Luke of Gio S.er's
Chalience Cup, the Swettenham
Cun, and the Martinez Saie! 1,

The shoot for the Martinez
Shield was held in August, and

Trovellers

| here are tne scores of the com-
peting teams. In each case, only
the six best scores count.
RUPERT TAN CHOON FIRST
Barbados Rifle Association
T h Wi Mr. F. D. Davis 135
ang oon ‘ill Captain C. E. Nebiett 132
Mr. T. A. lL. Roberts 131
4 . Mr. M. R. de Verteuil 120
Lead T dad lean. Lt. Col. J. Connell 128
Mr. G. F. Pilgrim 127 783
(From Oar Own Correspondent) M 5 "Wee 3
Some m6 y Mr. T. G. McKinstry 124
PORT-O} -SPAIN, Oct, 1. Captain 8S. Weatherhead 123
Rupert Tang Choon, has been SECOND
appeinted captain of the Trinidad of — bared Rifle Association
a ‘ 2 ets | ol Mr . river . . 13
team to meet British Guiana IN Major F. T. Manley 131
he Intercolonial Cricket Tourna- mr J. A Sutton 131
nent to tour B.G. next February, Mr. F. H. Alleyne .. 130
Mr. D. Young 129
é Mr. M. A. Wight 127 781
New Cricket 3.x. xm ow
Mr. P. U. Hing .. 122
Games To-day sn
Jamaica Rifle Association
yames O- . Mr, E,. Waddington 131
Mr. A. H, Stuart .. bes 131
. 4 pe Set. W. B. Sangste 2
The sixth series of first Divi- Mr. B. N Cridiand | in
sion and Intermediate games Mr. N. H. Shaw . 126
opens today and fixtures and Major F. L. Patterson .... 126 768
umpires are as follows: — gr :
M oh
Oct. 6, 13,20: YMPC vs Lodge Mr © |. Barton... 128
at Beckles Road. Trinidad Rifle Association
Umpires: H. B. Jordan and D. Mr. E. Crooks .. ' +» 130
Roachfora. Captain K. Gittens i+
" re - a spre Vi. HK. Brewster 124
partan vs Police at Queen’s iy “GC. “Lumsden 122
Park. — Mi. U. Cross 120
Umpires: J. H. Walcott and L. Mr. E. Johnson 119 739
Spellos . Cade 3: Merrett 18 cots
’ ge VS : “e ¢ ‘o].. Captain Serrette 1
we ge vs Wanderers at Col ¢Mr. F. Springer 3id
Umpires: L. E. King & rf iiakabinsieineticiciah be ass:
rrotman.

Empire vs Combermere at Bank
Hall.

Umpires: F. L. Walcott and G.
Forde.
Pickwick vs Carlton at Old
College Grounds.
C. Gibson and C. Small.
Intermediate

Oct. 6, 13, 20: Wanderers vs

Empire ai the Bay.

Umpires: W. Bayley and B,
Clarke.

Pickwick vs Spartan at the

Garrison.
Umpires: P.
Hall,
Cable & Wireless vs Windward
at Boarded Hall.

O. Evelyn and J.

Umpires: C. Batson and R.
Pinder.

Mental Hospital vs Regiment
at Black Rock.

Umpires: W. Harewood and T.
Sisnett.

Stumps drawn at 5.30 p.m.

Tea interval 3.30 to 3.45 p.m.

PARIS RACING CLUB
WILL PLAY AGAINST
ARGENTINE TEAM

PARIS, Oct. 5.

The Paris Racing Club said it
would play against the Argentine

River Plate” football team in
Waris on January 24, during the
European tour of the Argentine
team.

The “River Plate” are scheduled
tc play in Barcelona on December
19, in Madrid on December 23, in
Rome on January 4 and in Paris
on January 24. i

Other games in Portugal and
England are being organized for
February for the Argentine team
it was learned here. —(U.P.)

W.L. Soccer Team
Â¥ e e
For Britain

LONDON — The British
Football Association, following
its policy of encouraging foot-
ball in the colonies, has in-
vited the West Indies to send
a side to play leading British
amateur teams at the begin-
ning of next season, Teams
irom the African colonies have
alréidy played in Britain
with marked success, some of
them playing barefooted, and
Sierra Leone will send a team
to Britain in the 1954—55
—B.U.P.

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N THE DROP-IN

I HAVEN'T Gor a
THING IN THE HOUSE.

B.CLL
eo Lie e Test

Clairmonte Depeza scored a bril-
liant 60 runs for the Country XI of
the B.C.L, in the game against the
City XI on Sunday and Monday
last, The feature of the match was
the second wicket partnership be-
tween Depeza and Victor Belle of
George Park which realised 81
runs,

This was the only partnership
of importance. When it was
broken the City spinners broke
through and the side fell for 156.

The City XI batted. in patchy
manner. Only Kenneth Goddard
and Gerald Sobers showed any
form and the City team was dis-
missed for 135, Gerald Sobers took
3 for 43 and V. Todd 3 for 41.

The match ended in a draw as
time only remained for the Goun-
try to score 41 for the loss of three
wickets when stumps were drawn.

The second game in the series
will last three days and will begin
on Sunday, October 20, at Bank
Hall. ea



Kid Gavilan Knocks
Out Rosado

HAVANA, Oct. 5.
World’s Welterweight Champion
Kid Gavilan of Cuba knocked out
Bobby Rosado of Puerto Rico in
1 minute 2 seconds of the 7th
round of a scheduled 10 round
non-title fight last night before
7,000 fans at the Sports Palace.
Gavilan battered Rosado freely
in every round of the lopside bout.
In the early rounds Gavilan
rocked Rosado with right hooks
to the body. Rosado fought
gamely but was clearly no match,
In the sixth, Gavilan rocked
Rosado with a barrage of right
ond left hooks. Rosado was in
trouble at the end of the sessign.
In the beginning of the seventh,
Gavilan caught Rosado in a
corner and hammered him with a
two hand barrage that dropped
him face forward to the canvas
and he was counted out. Each
weighed 147) lbs. —(U.P.)





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to 1.

America’s Boxing Czar Resigns

By PETER WILSON

The clean-up of American box-
ing has begun,

Tom Dewey, racket - busting
Governor of New York State, has
ordered a thorough investigation
of the sport in his territory.

Eddie Eagan, former Rhodes
scholar and ex-Olympic boxing
champion, who has been the

“czar” of boxing in New York for
many years, has resigned his job
as State Athletic Commissioner.
Pressure of his private law prac-
tice makes it impossible for him to!
earry on, and he is to be succeed-!
ed by a 52-year-old ex-Marine and ,
former sports writer, Robert j
Christenberry. 1
The whole business of the fight
racket in New York was brought
to a head when 20-year-old
Georgie Flores, who had been
stopped twice in three weeks, was
allowed to fight on the Joey
Maxim-Bob Murphy bill at
Madison Square Garden, despite



~ a New York rule which says that

a fighter who has been knocked
out must be compulsorily rested
for 30 days.

Flores died as the result of
injuries in the Garden fight—and
the heat was on,

It was after this that I wrote
in the Daily Express: “In eight
visits over a period of 14 years I
have met almost every influential
figure in the sport of rings. Many
of them are fine and honourable
men, They are my friends—l
think I am, theirs.

“But behind them are the sallow,
hard-faced, snap-brimmed charac-
ters, who have done their time in
the State jails of New York and
New Jersey, in Pennsylvania and
California. ...





WHAT’S ON TODAY

Police Courts — 10.00 a.m.

Camera Club Exhibition at
Barbados Museum — 10.00
a.m,

First Division, Intermediate
and “Second Division
cricket matches at the
various grounds — 1.30
p.m,

CINEMAS

Glebe: “The Secret of Convict

Lake” — 5,00 p.m, and $.30 p.m,
Plaza (Bridgetown) : “fT he
Damned Don't Cry” — 4.45 p.m
and 8.30 p.m.
Plaza (Oistin): “City for Con-




600 p.m. and 8.30 p.m
: “You're in the Navy
— 4.45 p.m. and 4,30 p.m.

Roxy “Smugesler's Island’ —
445 p.m. and 8.30 p.m
Royal: “It Happened in New

Orleans” and “Journey of Doc

tor Kotnis” — 4.80 p.m. and
8.15 p.m,

Olympic : “Two Weeks With
Love” and. “Soldiers Three" —
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“It is safe for them to summon
some of the’ high-placed execu-
tives in boxing to the back booths
of a deserted bar—as I saw a few
mornings ago—and issue their
baleful instructions.”

My story was cabled back to
America, and I was _ attacked in
certain sections of the American
Press, and, by implication, on the
radio,

But not all the Press comments
were adverse. Dan Parker, New

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Lighting was provided by 84 1,500 watt lamps from the grandstand-EXPRESS.





York's greatest sports writer, de-
voted two-thirds of his column te
vindicating what I had written,
and going even beyond it.

Now Governor Dewey is getting
really tough. He has even cracked
down on the Infernational Boxing
Club, which practizally controls
boxing in the United States, ex-
cept on the Pacific coast.

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tiny. Boxing has always had a
powerful influence on our youth,
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PAGE FOUR ll\i:i; MmADVOCATE SATIBDAV. OCTOBER 0, 1951 MRBAPOS^I APVDgTE rrtat.4 b. ik* AaWaraU O.. L>, IfMl SI. kMl*Mn Saturday. October fi. 1*51 i 111 110\ KIIII \4. THE announcement of ihe end o( the legislative Session next month in preparation for the Qtntn) Elections in December has been followed by an upsurge in electioneering. The candidates and retiring members of both parties have been holding public meetings in various constituencies. Election time has come at a period when economic problems occupy the attention of every thoughtful person in this island. The retention of controls, the effect on the economy of the worker, the continued rise in the cost of living, the inadequacy of wages, the profits of commerce and indusmd lh> impact of world-wide short supply OB local economy are subjects of daily comment. It has been customary in the past for candidates at election to indulge in ridicule of llieir opponents and at the same time making promises which are not easily fulfilled. In some instances this form of unscrupulous electioneering has been successful In others it has met with the treatment it deserved. 'fortunately for this island, the proviMII/IS of the new Adult Suffrage Act will tend to restrict much of the unnecessary criticism, and abuse of opponents. This does not mean however that electioneering in Barbados will be any less keen than in other places. It might be that the energy which had been wasted in wordy warfare in past years will now be utilised in courting more closely the voters whose support the candidate seeks. In the matter of making promises which are not easily fulfilled it is clear now that the entire electorate has become more awakened and is not likely to be su easily carried away by empty promises. The general spread of education and the political awakening of the people which has taken place during the last few years must still have something to contribute or who have nothing, to offer to ride to success at the polls merely by subscribing to the party ticket. it Is true that politics in Barbados is still It. i-ly individualistic but the candidate nui .1 ^till have something to contribute or must have given public service of some worth to be able to command a majority of votes in any constituency. The candidates of the Barbados Labour Party will be subjected to the criticisms based on the failures of that Party while it conducted the business of Government during the last rive years. In some instances it is the successes of the Party which will stand its supporters in good stead. But the question is whether the failures or lack of achievement will not outweigh ihe successes. The candidates of the Barbados Electors' Association will not have any legislative successes to their credit inasmuch as they have been in the Opposition during the years. They will depend on the contribution which they have been able to make by way of preventing the Government from infringing the rights of the individual. On the issues of nationalisation and taxation policy there will be fundamental differences. Nationalisation has been regarded by many as robbing the individual of his rights to property while many still feel that the "soak the rich" policy which has been adopted by the Party in power was the result of an unforgivable irresponsibility undermining the economic prosperity of the islanri Nearly all of the candidates have launched their campaigns and it is up to the voters to demand from each candidate high standards of conduct and competence before electing them to the General Assembly. PRINCESS ALICE ENQUIRY REPORT the report of Sir Clement Malta*, sole comIhe establishment of Ihe "Princrss Alice know win lb. I .iX telephone Sjptfaerwia*. it ,* 18. On the sutfsestlon of the Worrell — It.2 hub. removed MgniAeant, un. u, a although Mi Acting Governor (Mr Pcrowne) |150." This noliI i>Tudor *** anKiOtts that Mr Cox. (see the Social Welfare Officer'* pression that Cha.v M. Worrell was m ,'' mb 'T •* "* E weu, £* rm.mtem paragraph 13. one of paid $150.00 for removing two ...* SSSSKS '^' l ** v !" %  the huti at Seawell Airport was f|lim Seawell Reference to the D P DorIun y * pu'.tmg ID a tendmade available for use at the r j-? n ?Tvoucher however showi^' Mr ', Cox • p P w,Pd Io equ *'Rcef" as a pavilion. Mr Tudor lh '!'"hi HIIMIE, rSS y ****** *"* ^ould not be stated in his cadence that the un' *L lhr Jil < l a S , 0 Uf "SK w P* ,kl Known thai he, o.< a member of demanding ho had from the Act, n c 4U J. < J c,0 ^ r ; ,949 ; ".Si" lhe %  *" %  C-mmittat. was ng Governor was that no charge Worrell for labour fo: Uklns undertaking this work, and carewould be made lor this hut. and -#w !" < 2 "'"* u br > "'" -<" fully submitted the tender in the ,no naymenl has in (act been made r '" ni Seawell to Reef I'laying name of Miss Francis. Moreover. ,lo Government. By a Government field"; and on the 1th October. Mr. Duguid, who had tendered. (Notice which appeared in issues of lw 9 there was u further payment swore that when he spoke u Mr. QM Barbados Advocate of the 14th, ' W0.0M for "removal of hut 30* -< Tudor about vubnihling ,i (fender, 15th and 18th June, 1949, thirteen 18' 'rum Saawell". It was estabMr Tudor told hnn that Mie Job (13) building* at the United States Ushed in evidence thai Chaj M had been give* to Mr Cox. bu; Army Air Force Base at Seawell Worrell remove.I one hut onl\ lf he-cared W^ might gn and Airport were advertised for sale from SuaweU. which arrived safely ?? ,l r ;. Cox M nd !" lld * 11 '""P by public aucUon on the 2Srd nt the playing Held, and that he ^h* V£? SL J^!!" !" 0 '. June. ,349. On Owl data , paid for removing one hut. )2S£AL MrVSo^ tiff','h" f J, twelve (12) huU were sold (see The Lsrgo hul (No. 7. was re!" n m ,> -h.t'u? rluin.w d£ Appendix XIII) by the GovernmovollIld( r ., ,,,„„,., mad(1 !" !" B^ffi anT^i n ment Aucti....i-ei. not thirteen (13) w ,i„ Mm. Phvlh* Prm^ P*tK to Mr. CO*, and 1) aa arfvarUoBri Mr Tiwbw ,tt^n f*os ad oft this sale and was declared to be Ktanlna ..AX,*.** ^., m ^ n .. :(l .. IJuJuW. rp Krprehenslhte ,. lection^vher, the matter w Jt TKe tvIlducl oI thv church(*in B investigated by the Vestry, warden was In thu instance van to the number of huts he had reprehensible, and can only result er. When he was firs' in undermining any belief ai $1,800.00 and measures HH'xWx •'"ed he said he had removed four the uprightness of his actions. II'. This was the hut used as a 2 uU ',^ d on %  • ubsct ucnI occ 10 1 22. The hut (No. 7) wai transpavilloii at the "Reef". It wa.s '" %  **' three huts. As he was being ported in sections from Seawell bv lubseauently ascertained to be unquestioned about a year after tn<* the motor lorries of Miss Franci.. fur the purpose for, among transaction took place, and as on and Mr. Duguid. Thin work which other reasons, the sides were made the Tint occasion he had no notes began on the 29th September. 1949 f ply-wood or somrsimilar frawith him, it Is not at all surprising took a few days. It had to be done ile material. It was found possthat in the circumstances he at night because of traffic regula.hle, however, to make use of the should have made the error which tions. Several trips were made rafters the boarding of the roof he then made. and the evidence shows that one and part of the floor which was of 21. An incident which loomed "f lh <* trips took an unconscionpltch pine. Ir SI.800.00. or any largely Ihrough'njt the course of "bly long time. It may bg thii' mm near that Is to be paid fur this the Enquiry had reference to the In the course of that trip a ijortion nut Mr Tudor was guilty of an circumstances under which Miss of this hut was loft or was stolen f judgment In buying It, an Phyllis Francis was awarded the but the evidence is not conclusive' error which might have been contract to remove the large hut No adequate checks of the deliv*iti1>ll!i.i ^iiimi~"iirir lltl-. HI •_-.__ r> n *. -. Kimng adverse comment wa: the purehoMr of three huU. Ihe uncertainty of Mr Tudor's accounl sales being duly sent to him by thr Government Auctioneer on the 25th June, 19-19 (see ._ ,, Appendix XIV) The largest of ?V" these three. (No. 7) was priced at !" .it S87.30 last load had been ved to the iLJSIdH/" 1 rCP ^ ed | X ulH e -'"• by •• Cox In hb. eV,"SeeP mat Mr^han^ Worrell tween September 29 8, 1949. The wide and was described as being "id it was on his advicojhat she practically all galvanized Iron submitted a tender on the sheets. |l was moved from SeaSeptember. 1949. for the n well to the "Reef" without loss, "l of the_hut from Seawell to the \ .bly and of huui to pieces at Seawell and" who nd October the Executive Committee, and he was in charge of the work at UM %  e. I 1 0 ow" 1 %  motor lorry. Miss "Reef", reoorted to Mr Tnrio Huts Accounted for l>mSSSJ said that she had a great that be had dSeovered !" rh^k hut (No. 15) priced at regard for Mr. Cox who attend!" ^ the ^r.N ri ,\ t ^h" 1.00 was 30^1. Ion* by 5ft. -.to allher truckage buslne., 5Lj?mSi pa^of^he "ffoorSg lot*, %  '"" l somc nt lhc rafters from hut !" No 7 were missing. Mr. Tudor stated that Mr. Worrell estimated and although some of the gilvanPlaying Field at the "It.. ( S'.JS 1 ^ f ^UL^Ill nate^la, ired Iron sheets were not usable There had been no advertiseal f uo ; r 990 -V"orXa were and were thrown aside, the rement for tenders for the removS „J ob Hln thc attendance of mainlng sheeU were used In conul of this hut, but it was known "' Worrell at the Enquiry, but nectlon with the construcUon of that it had to be removed and thew were unsuccessful as he had the pavilion. fchree persons besides Miss Fran' cn ine "land "rnere would anThe third hut (No 16) priced els submitted sealed tenders; two P** r to be no reason to doubt Kir. at $325.00 was subsequently sold of thm on the 26th September. Tudor s statement on this point by Mr. Tudor (before being re>M. and one on the 27th SepHc mentioned the loss to Mr. Cox moved from Seawell) to Mrs. J. A. U-rnber. 1049. In each of these who reported to the Police. The Martineau for $350.00. and this ca *' ,p ,hp amount mentioned for premises of Victor Mayers, the sum was paid to the Parochial dt "" In <" wo| k was higher than driver ol Miss Fiancls' motoi, Treasurer by Mrs. Martineau on $'50 00 (the price quoted in the lorry, were searched by the lhe 8lh July. 1949 The receipt of tender from Miss Francis). The Police but no part of the missing NOBODY'S DIARY Sunday—I did not go to Bathsheba over the] week-end as I had threatened to do. As a result 1 understand that quite a few of my friends were disappointed They went to, Bathsheba and of course looked for "the niluT thiny." w'hich would have been found in my batf. I am sorry, but for once, I hud a really quiet Sunday. I even read one or two of the weekly papers and was surprised at some of the things I saw. When, if ever, will some people be satisfied? The sugar workers get an all over increase in benefits receivable from the industry. Somebody still found the opportunity to say that they were "robbed". Not enough, they claimed. However, I consoled myself with thc fact that whenever an election is near, hot air escapes in various forms. Monday—Today was a real holiday for a lot of people who really let themselves go in the good old fashioned way. I went to the sea at Worthing and the beach was crowded. I visited thre other beaches and (he scene was similar in each case. The Park had its full share, and so did the St. James Buccaneer spree, and Morgan l Lewis. The usual contraptions cavorted crazily along some of the country roads but nothing happened and it seemed as if "a good time was had by all." This is good American, please. I'uexday—"All fun and no work makes Jack a dull boy,..", so back to work today for old and young alike. It was an interesting sight to watch the boys and girls in the various school uniforms hurrying to the different seats of learning. Buses, cars anil cycles were all in use. but I was somewhat alarmed when I saw one slim youngster pedalling his cycle with a little sister and brother on the bar. This seemed to me a i dangerous practice. I have seen youngsters do all sorts of things on a cycle alone, or even with a friend on the bar, but negotiating buses, cars, and carts with two aboard is not easy. Please give one Of them bus fare, or get another cvcle. BOOKS WE HAVE THE BEST i.X TOn .V ADVOCATE STATIONERY -,-rvrm. yaA, 'p/wnc fiitcfwi 'A W72 #OA avsAJjthinq in, HARDWARE C S. Pitcher & Co. vr.v.^rf.ww.^vw,^^^ lowest of theve tenders was for .irtlclos were found. No portion $180 00 of these articles has been found Should Not Have Opened since. The newspaper press cornTenders mented on the loss of materials Two davs before the receipt of ,rom Se***"' the rumour BathSTthe tender from Miss Francis the *•* momentum and the loss was Churchwarden (Mr. Tudor) railmagnified The Tacts elicited at tr nslJrredI to M i Mar ** f r ,nr %  ""'•r*. "<> opened ,he inquiry point to no loss of in the wlionrer* hook-T ** tnrw which ha "**" 'hen muten.,1 or .f huts from Seawell. Hshenalllthe ul neTr iH0l re ' v ' '" presence of Mr. destined for use at the "Reef, to mem^nthc^ 1 st J v 19 (see Ashby ,he Churchwarden's ***• havln o !" , except the pine ** handed them bat* to Mr. Ashby l^lsU and .afters referred to. and told him to keep them, re,„ ,. marking that he had expected a T n* later ~ 3 'he course of the &ithis payment Is Appendix XV. Mr. Tudor also bid for two other huts at the sale on the 23rd June. 1849, and upon these being "knocked down" to him. they were at once, at Mrs Martineau's request and with Mr. Tudor* sent, (ineau etpt Appendix XVI). It is clear from the foregoing that, with the exception of thc portion of the large hut (No. 7) alleged to have been stolen between the 28th Sptcml>er and the way concerned have all been satisfactorily accounted for. eepted. It was quite Improper of ">f an attempt having been made the Churchwarden to have openb > Mr. Cox to bribe him This ed thc tenders before all had been evidence is regarded as being IB. rue ruttj.urs, false accusareceived, and he laid himself entirely without foundation, not uons and recriminations which oDen to the suspicion that he demerely because it was vigorously nave arisen in relation lo these sired 1o ascertain -eic| r contents denied, but because It comes from huts have been the result partly in order to communicate with the mouth of a disgruntled c „,_ liSrSSS proporl > m dr '""* *>meone. In this case Mr. M. E ployoe of Mr. Cox whose premise. Press, partly because of Che irreguCox. and thus enable him to unhad been searched for stolen lar ties with regard to the eertlnderbid the other nersons who had goods, and also became the C^ of M? C Tudr dnd n P ( ,rl>rbe .^^'v. f ^^^ V^"^' !" 'n*> !" which S? wUncs, ause of Mr. Tudor s unbuslnesatlon sf his action was that four oirrmted and which need not be *^K l !" l n ~ E enW ?' J ^ of ,hem ^""f Mr 'opealed here do not bear the { ,ht ;,\! su 'y 9"*had informed htm that they imprint of iruth Summary Ana t'onclu-n.nlike and slipshod ducting the busin In relation to the playing "field. desired to tender for the work 20. Another circumstance which of removing the hut from Seatended to encourage the belief well to the "Reef and that he that, in addition to the "seven pine opened the envelopes in order to loists". a hut which had come inascertain if Mr. Cox had tenderlo Mr Tudor's possession had not ed. No closing date had been been accounted for was that in a fixed fr UM receipt of tender,, letter dated the 8th August. 1950. Finding Mr Cox had nol tenderfromlhe Social Welfare Officer to ed he directed the clerk lo hold lhe Clerk of thr St. Michaels V*all the tenders for n few dav* try It is slated that "The official more beeeusv he (Mr. Tudori records show thai /our huts at felt that Mr. Cox ag a member Seawell were handed over to the of the Executive Committee Churchwarden (Mr. Tudor) and nhould be given the opportunltv there Is un entry to show that St. to tender. He was aware that Mr. Michaels Vestry was to be charged Cox's tender would be sent in the with the value of four huts at name of Miss Francis, and all he $2,265 00" There can be no heddid when he opened the three lation. after heating the evidence, envelopes was to look at the In coming to the conclusion that names of the persons who hod the official records arc inaccurate, tendered. Thi< explanation Is not and that Mr. Tudor took over impressive, and cannot be acthree and not four huts. The aceepted. From Mr. Tudor's exiles rendered by the Govperlence as n Churchwarden and ernment Auctioneer two days after a member of the Vestry and as Ihe sale show that three huts (not a businessman he must have four! were sold to Mr. Tudor for known that II wa UBstalv to open $2,255 00 (not $2,265.00). ||MSt tenders before all had been Yet ar.olher circumstance is thai received, and if he had re,illy 24. (I( A site formerly known as the "Reef Grounds' (and now renamed the "Princess Alice Play in* Field") was selected It June, 1849, by the Si Michael's Vestry, on the recommendation of th< I'laying Fields Committee appointed by the Vestry ns one of the playing fields for the parish of St. Michael. (il) The Governojr-inExecullve Committee approved of a grant being made (the amount of which was subsequently increased) from t h e Labour Welfare Fund to the St. Michael's Vestry for defraying the cost of levelling the playing field, erectIne a pavilion and mak• On rote Wednesday—Scholarship Act amended yesterday by the Legislature enabled tlv.' boys to get Barbadoa Scholarships. Usually there are four boys and one girl, but this time two boys tied in the Classic! group, and no girl reached scholarship! standard. Very fortuitous set of circumstances which might not recur for a decade. Some people including members of the Legislature were afraid that they were creating a precedent, but they arc forgetting that reason, or cause, and opportunity had to come together to produce the situation which warranted the amendment. The Act was not amended because two boys tied, but because they tied at thc time that no girl qualified. This gave the Education people the opportunity. No girl has qualified before...Is this clear? • • • Thursday-Had a chat with Mr. Kenneth Ablack yesterday afternoon. He is the BBC chap who has been seconded to tifls part of the West Indie; to produce Wesl I Indian programmes and promote broad-, casting in the W.I. He seems the right man for the job. I wish him success. Friday—Thought the school children Quizz, contest arranged by Rediffusion quite a good idea. Lodge beat U'suline Convent b; I a single point. The programme was recorded and will be put over the air on Sunday at 7.15 p.m. • • • Salurday—So Barbados nearly managed to, lose the second cricket game. I don't know' if their performance was any improvement on ihe first game. They got B.G. out for 368—quite a good show, but could only manage 343 themselves. Why? Middle men again failed to do their job of playing the iiame demanded by the moment. Well belter luck next lime! from $5.49 TROPICALS of superb quatitfj at DA COSTA m S WHAT A HOIST A HOAST FOR THIS SUNDAY ... Politics From The Pit Circle DURING UM week Ihe temperature of the political fever rose by many degrees. Many rnoatlnjj were held nnd of course the popular Chapman's t-ane. vantage l**int of the thickly populated districts of S % %  .. eel lli-id Street, Maon Hall Street, llopos and Watkins Alleys, and mrrounding areas was In the limelight. No candidate who Is oHerinn himself for the City of Bridgetown ever falls to hold at Chapman's Lone. The votes around there are many and UV is worthwhile. As a lighterm Q ,rd saying -.esday night i.se bald 3 meeting; "It is surprising to know d* of peoplor small houses in dis small area" A hou %  mi from the corner during the gsjsf and lliis spot Is l.ow used os platforn. space. A lorry was Mr. Qhase's platform and wires were run from this to a nearbv electric pole and it house. At Uie end of lhe wires wan the loud speakers which blared out recently composed The n,cutifig was fixed to begin at 7.30 but the first half nn hour Mr. Chase spent wandering amoiiK the crowd and hearing He was expecting Mr. Fred Goddard but I overheard him saying something like "Fred ning the Bishop or vice versa". While all this was going on Mr. E D. MotUey's car was park. .1 in f ra nt of a rum shop at Suttie Street, "rather of the Mr. Mollley is very often termed, was doing a spot of shop, to-snop canvassing on his own behalf. A heavy set fellow with a statY in his hand was alwavs at Mr. MotUey's heels. He .. guarding against any over-tooexcited voter who might try in attack "rather of the Cr. At Mr. Chase's meeting, thuiir* got started shortly after R o'clock. In the Chair was a popular man of the district, Mr. C. C. BdM whom some men In the crowd told me was "a boss tailor from the corner of Mason Hsll Street, opposite St. Mary's Church. I overheard another man saying; •Brother Elder is making hi* debut to politicol campaigning Ho Is as scared as a child giving his first recitation at i Sunti.. com.-rt." To m< Mr. Elder, a 200 poundrr. appeared quite at horn* platform bul the Daao who was operating the transmitting equipment must be blamed When Mr irted his voice was high Chairman Elder got to his feet pitched, soon after It was scarcely and introduced the next speaker; audible and then It could not bc^'A gentleman whom vou all know heard at all. well. Mr. Yarde". Mr. Yarde, who ,„. „ ,. u opened with words ranging from While the man was altering "exploitatious methods to political !£!?". i t,nR k^'' .u ,r .*$" • n(1 m|e*I rfransulation'. L^U^. KI^.U^W On-'referring to th prwnt Govem^u-h, .h e..f V Un, I. "^ Un looking t each other. „ few nodn,< MSui.7^ •<*'" ding praise but the majority and Mr. Elder went on to inlroloweriniT imnraitr* duee the first speaker; I-adies lawer,n '" 0 !" " ti^ l ,ook moncv and drtnks """. the iMr. Foster gave a lengthy talk Conservatives nnd then voted for on Wilherforce and other "greats" Labour candidates. He termed before he finally spoke about Mr. this "moral prostitution." Ohaat, lhe candidate whom he "We cannot in this day give was supporting He eventually not political sympathy", said Mr around to saying thai • ie. A man standing nearby tuy could benefit from whispered to me; "Ee no wuh ee Mr. Chase's commercial exi Because a man %  push piece uh bread in yuh lips By Video ten years ago dah un mean yuh must Uke ee if ee starving yuh today." * After Mi. Yarde's say, the Chairman took pleasure in "introducing the speaker of the night. Mr. Victor Chase". Mr. Cb--e JL'lined certain things '* %  are at present affecting Barb tuians but Anally said that the programme of his Party, the Electors Association, which will bo put forward for lhe coming elections, was nol yet completed. Ho expected-II tu be disclosed shortly. Hi Sydney Skinner, who moved! a vote of thanks, said: "I say give one of your votes to Mr. Chase and one to Mr. Tommy Miller If I vou love Mr Mottle}, vole for Uey, and u* you like Mr. '' %  for him. Bu' whoever! you vote for otherwise, give one' of your voles to Mr. Chase." ORDER THESE midua TO-DAY For COCKTAILS Csrfi CThSMs Crlipn Pss Nnt Butter Prnnei Planter's Nuts Vluuis Sausages Canadian Red Cbaesa Cbseso in Tins StulTod Olive. Plain OUvss Cocktail Cherries HEATS—lhe esf Milk Fed Ohlrktmi Milk Fed Ducks A ultra 11 an RabbiU Ox Tongues Ox Tails WINE LIST Oold Braid Rum Top Notch Rum Scotch Whisky Rye. Whisky Dry Back Shtrry Pale Nutty Sherry Oordon'a Gin Qllbey's OIn Sandemsn's OIn Sloe Gin St. Emelin Claret TR > OUR ENRICHED RRHW PHONE GODDARDS WE DELIVER





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FSATVRDAY. OCTOBKR , 1951 BARBADOS ADVOCATE r M'.i; THREE X Russia Has About 50 Atom Bombs But Wants To Keep The West Guessing (By ROBERT MUSSEL) LONDON. October 5 SOVIET RUSSIA probably has about 50 atom bombs —enough to obliterate the capitals of Western EuropeBritish source* said in commenting on the Washington announcement that Russia exploded pnother atom bomb. Hut Russia—If it admits anyG A M ft Ol_g THESAMflMS** C*< IHtr -**T MMNHt AT 51 — THAT MA Ihing at all—Is expected by these (ources to explain this newest explosion .is part or colossal f -hemes allegedly underwsy to last river courses through the Urgai Mountain* on the border |f Russian Siberia and KazskhisIn the British view Russia could irdly dare to admit it was workir OH* CirintiMMli ItlKI-Oh-SrAlN. uct. I UM Hon. Albert Uomti Mid nature to Stalin's wlU. '„. *"V,-^ •"" !" e """' The Washington revelation ere" cd little Mr. Coma *as leader oi the SI. .-d I I ,. ^L 2£ 01 ;S. "•"" h< "a %  > L '"""'Mr. GonVi g£ Iff ^-^'Z B9ttStf-jKaR "good insight into the general Hril.ii. Kn. u supply question in the CommonIt is sawl thai Bi-ilain knew lhe < Secretary of Stale's suggesbout the bomb before the WashIion by Jamaica of holding a conogton disclosure but a joint on**r*nce on West Indian Federaouncement was not considered, lon **' d: "The proposed confera-cessary at present. ncc on Federation in London is Only the Socialist parly organ %  ood ldea provided discussions be Daily Herald and the Liberal aro r trlcted lo aspects of the lews Chronicle nave the Wash^P 0 of the Standing Closer Aslgton announcement special •cl8tion Committee, "it would rumiTu-mi. Most of the other ** %  *•* unwise to begin all over oliooai dailies put the story in a •">•' Ubordinato position on the front ""i" 0 as a venue, appeals to age and the pro-labour Daily ,nt *-" he continued, "since I have tirrer. which has the world's nlwa ' s found that when West inirgest circulation, gave It only dia,i s leave the West Indies and 5 words inconspicuously on the come oul into the broad and alien tick page. world, they see their problems in ... better perspective and are much British sources lake the view more modest as regards their lat Russian progress In producplace in the scheme of thing*" ill bombs is to be expected since Mr. Gomes will he writing up not only has Professor Peter shortly, a report to submit to .ap'tza but other native and Government and the Economic -reign expert nuclear physicists. Regional Committee when it meet* Pontecorvo. according to a Hong In Barbados for its next .ong report earlier this year was l Slnkiang province In Central .sia. This is in the general area i which it is theorised the latest ussian bomb was exploded. In addition there are 200 Qfs> )an physicists and technicians in te Soviet Union working at two ll-German scientific institutes pany, controlled by Tateand^yle hder almost Ideal conditions. Investments, is paying a final dlvitiey hove the finest equipment— dend of 4d. per share, tax free, on Juch Of it taken by Russia from ordinary stock, making a total of formally as reparations—live in 8d.. tax free, for the year ending fparnle deluxe colonies In tho September 30, 1951. Dividends lime* and near Moscow and aru (or 1949-50 totalled lid. per Wen highest special privileges. bhart laK f^. The £ x ordinary Vorfced with Top Scientist* I^T^U^t S.t ^^ Although none of these Germans At a meeting held in London, re regarded as "first class" setthe directors resolved to redeem ntiflc brains, they are trained lo on March St, 1952, 50.000 of the utcarry the ideas of theoretical Six per cent. Cumulative Redeemrientists. Two of them, professors able Preference Shares; A ballot .entitled as Dopel and Rehiel. wn i ^ he |d and holders of the -orfced m the underground warshares drawn for redemption will me laboratory of Professor Wer^ notified soon West Indies Sugar Dividends Down LONDON. The West Indies Sugar CornMil II Prom Barbados Runs -'Emigration Scheme" LONDON A man from Barbados who runs a "one-man emigration scheme" for Wesl Indian* is severely criticised by Cyril Kersh. an outspoken columnist in "The People", a London Sunday newspaper. He Is Mr Hedley Smith, a sheet-metal worker who arrived in Britain last November and now lives In Canning Town, In the heart of l>ondon's dock area. AccordinE to Vr Ker*.;i he thought up a scheme under which he would find families i.i \im>rica prepared to engage West Indian servants. He iet the sehem In motion by inserting an advertisement in a B-irbaJos nespaMF, S.I.ITIH that he mi recruiting housekeepers for America. A number of wonvr. wrote Iroin Barbados asking (or further details. Mr. Smith wrote back asking them to send him 3s — "to -cover expenses." Retristrntion Fee When a number of 3s. postal orders arrived, continues Mr. Kersh. Mr. Smith asked for .i further 10s.—"registration Ice." After that he asked for n furtrxr £3—"to cover other expire* and give me a slight profit.*' Then came a further demand for ten American dollars. "It baa <'b fell through," explained Mr. Smith, "I'd send them the ten dollars so they'd have some cash lo *ieln them gel back to the West Indies." Mr. Kersh points out thai not only Is it illegal for people In Barbados lo procure American dollars, but also that It would not be possible to send thorn out of Britain again if they arrived. No dollars have been forthcoming and nlthoiigh quite a few people have answered the advertisement, none have got beyond the £3 stage. As far as the American end of his business goes, according to Mr. Kersh, only one couple has applied for a west Indian servant. Mr. Smith Inserted a small advertisement in the little town of Petersham, Massachusetts, which brought this solitary reply. —B.U.P. Report On Trade April To June 1951 Imports during the quarter Afinl to June 1951, amounted in value to $12,171,151 >• ..mpared with $8.4*7.767 in the corresponding Quarter of 1950, un increase of (3,704 384. Vali** ;.-.l.f.) af Total Imports showlns principal t'ounlrlea of Ori|ln TOTAL IMPORTS CvuntrlM of Orisin 1 auiana Hriiul, Hondurai In4l '...'. %  iii Lucw St. Vltmol T.inWd UnM ,.i South Alrle* 1'nllM SMtpi ..( An.itl ArsvnUn* fissnon Ct*cho-.1lovaki> D>timTh Frswic* Owrmany HolWna . SWvll-ll % %  • ,.! % %  V Other Cnunttl** 4M.S0J I.OT1JBS •r.iH sis 17* 1 S4.I9S m. us IMfK I14.SM S44.0SO •B.TSn .0 WJSU %  ta.Tii I.S1T.SM 41 Ml a 41.HH I6P..1 SUM l'.S*S li.TW %  1111,41.' 344 jas ft*, "4 4.S4I fUM SSJiT HJN ?,& iirasa 1 ),:*I.ITI •4i.m 1 UJS4 SI.SSS 4S.1W i ii. an 'S Exports Of Domestic Produce during the qunrter April to June. I9M, amounted in value to H2.948.989 as compared with S12.012.092 in the cot respond mil yutirter ol 1950, an increase of X938.897 is shown. Value -1 n ii f exports sluiuim. arbielpal CotaHtrlpn I ItesltnaUoii. fr tieisenberg, Nobel prize wilier for atomic research, and had ( %  cess to all his data. They probably took with them. •untille circles in West Europe fll*rve, most or the theory for the jtictioiiing of the atomic pile and robahly the theory nf the atom omb itself. Several other German scientists pw in Russia helped Nobel pri*e •in'irr l"mfessor Otto llahn, anther Professor in Atomic energy. —IT.P. —B.V.P. Governor Ranee Agrees To Inquiry Commission PORT-OF-SPAIN, Sept. 28 Governor Ranee has given swift assent to the majority wish of the City Corporation to appoint a Commission of Inquiry to investigate six specific transactions of the Corporation. New High Expected For 1 dud Budget PORT-OF-SPAIN. Oct. 1 Trinidad's 1952 budget of revenue and expenditure is heading for an all-time high record, because of the pronounced inflation resulting from the rapidly increased prices of Importers and higher freight charges. Official circles >y that the revenue in 1952 will reach $56,000,000 as compared with 152,000,000 in 1951 which was a record then. EXPORTS APRIL TO ram issi Kfflr 1 EBSSM ta. "•W BBBMHH r'.nd* T • • • UnlM KinMxn 5.ISS.4IB K.aM ainn4 Canada T.ISB.SST. I5JSI 7.1 SSI"* Aim*... inses ISJU W.4.-.J un'... TS.SSS 1330 BS.BW U.lll SUSS) IM.HI Demlnlra 186.414 SS.3IS r." ii" J4.441 SS.SII II4.40S SI. Kill.-Null -.. mi %  ttJ* IS. IM HI Lucia sa.su 4T.SM I01JT1 St Vincent I0JM slisi UJO Trinidad S,TT3 S4JI* lUjsj v.* *. SSAI4 ;i.a* 84 IM Holliuwl --?:t ST .171 Othar Counlrlaa •> •• 8I.SSS S1.STS aMss Total II.S4I.SSS SBS.1M iiiinn THE FIRST LOOK THE JOI HEBI MORE TV hWori was made last night, when Ihe first TransKXMU-RAN1. gregarious continental two-way programme' American!, are great 'juiiins" took place. The programme lasted i and the figures are there In trove nearly five hours and gave Eastit There are 12.000 truile uxsociaerners their first "live" look atl lions In the United States now Unity wood and Westerners a %  'live'" (compared with 4.000 In 19S0 glimpse of life in Washington and | Dues and other receipts total VI I Mew York. million a year. Trinidad Petroleum iVlulutaioa Pxofit LONDON. The Trinidad Petroleum DetfssDMaant Co. is paying a Anal dlrassMl ii fsnisnwj stock of \:\ per cent., making a total of 184 per osnt., tax free, for the year ended July 31. it announces In London. This is the same rate as has been paid tor the last four years, but owing lo the increa-e in income tax It represent-.i slight Increase in the gross i-qmvalenl. The company reported a net profit of £310,787 for tho year, aa iigulnsl £299,054 for the preceding year, after making provision for lurrenl taxation at E 180.000, as against £ 132,000, and transferring £250.000 to reserve for future lax tontingencic.. Anuthcr £ 100,000 was transferred to general rc>cr\i\ £25.000 lo a reserve for pensions and £ 198,380 v. iwi ward. i. sjfj Financial obsciveis in l^nduu interpret these figures as IndicaUag thai the year has bean a satisfactory one (or Tunidad oil inlerests. "The dvtline in nulpul which was beginning !•> show early in 1950 has been halted and reversed and this factor, with the lirnness In oil prices generally, ha* mven the company a gross prollt. before tax. or £741,000 for the ycir. us against £883,000 in the prceding year. — H t r Beryl IVtcBurnie liils Headlines LONOON. Beryl Mcllurnw, who built the 1.title Carlb Theatre, the only Mieatre in Trinidad, has hil the headline* of the l*>iuiou Daily %  'illrm with Mi I in.>l I .i.. iiii4 aassv putgn in Britain by means of which she hopes to save her little Iheaire. The paper tells the story ol Beryl's sacrifices to build the theatic in the garden of her home at Roberts Streets. Woodbrook, portof-Spain. An unpretentious building—"It looks like a shed,'' said Ucryl—11 holds an audience of 450. Beryl herself in pimluni. stage manager and business manager. ., Hut the theatre could not keep paoa with the requirements of the City Council and at last they derided that it must close down. So lieiyl CRAM to London, where she i.l to raise £7,000 to save her backyard theatre I expect some good lords and ladies to help," she *ys. "People Pi ere understand the theatre. They jndersland the need." —B.V.P. 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VVTIRDW. OCTOBER , 1 KI BAKBAIIOS ADVOCATE MORE HOUSES ERECTED AT THE BAY Road Construction p\c.v iiw RUM MISSING? Rumour ha* u ihai ,. EfS ' rum b mkli from id,(.iiMTiimrni llmiii •' thr MarkrL The \dvorat*> aafcpj thr (omptrolW uf (Mw, -.bout thk r.lfrUji bui he drcllnrd (< %  mahr |M .mmrtil. A KOVAI MIOU ll.l/l IVIYXtll Letters Of Administration Continues Steadily THE ERECTION of new houses al ihe Bav Housing K .at,, is progressing al a quicker nil i...w that MOM ii mow ..isily obtained. For sometime pBst the election of houses at the Buv "^iV**" del v because of the difficultv of uettm^ s ones. This was not caused by a lack of quarries, but stone cutters. Mr. 0. T. Lashley ol the Housing Board yn -erday that during the croi> many stone cutters leave cutting stones :o work with tl„. canes Now. however, that sir net are y obtained, -rle r#c_ Dominica Needs Roads To Vsist Df-velopment .rA,„ ?'i? of Ordinary yesHOB Ol hMM al the Bav 1, proterda> the Ho,,. Tho Chief Judxe. re.inc at a quicker rite P r-iitta ^ ymore (ranted Ihe "M was hoped thai hollow clay J ,?".,' TlmM 'U' T. Headley,. Nocks made %  Lancaster Facme Public Trustee of Barbados ,or >' would have been used for lor letters of administration of ordlnarj p.rtltk>na," Mr LashAnnie Louis Abrams. late of '*> ** w "^t the factory apStrathclyde, St. Michael. Pears to be unable t<> .U-IIVI-T Mr. J S. B. Dear Instructed by then, in any great quantity." Mr. Lindsay E. R. Gill, solicitor of ,n lh< meantime four-inch the dim of Cottle, Catford ft Co saw l> '-l* stones inbeing used appeared for T. T Headley ,ur partitions and six inch stones In the petition of Cecil Pin'"' ""' external wall, helro of Clu 1st Church for letters of admiiusU-atlon to the (state of Mr C Ra'sJi;^'!??*' b ? "" %  "" "' J !" "-' Avenue V.r; !" S ^^ 0k f U Orm Of Of these four will contain lourre?,7p^hfl „ B ,M a "* md '<" "*>">•• 10 three-r,on, and four Tk„ ,, .,. tw,-rooms with a kitchen In each The following wills were adcase. ""rmJ u PT"""' 0 Another seven three-room Hilda Herbert. Christ Church; houses arc under construction structed" he (Died in Canada). David Clifford above the Y.M.P.C. grounds -They hi ntlh. relit More Houses Drayton. Christ Church; Susan Wo.-k will soon begin Beckles, St James; Hariiat Hardes below the Wande ing St. Andrew. Mr Aubrey Douglas-S H.sulent Tu'.o • for tho Unlvc College ol the West Indie' :u,..,j rrorn „ Halt ij Dominic, in the L.cl> Kadney ,. !,.,i.,v m.ruing. 1 I t I was his first vi.-v i.. list Uand whk, i„. Moctttesl a* very beautiful and mountainous with a variety of ireer and w at the most thukiv wooded Island he has seen in the Wo., Indie.. The tatind is cipable of development ,f more roads are con. just secured the SiH'ifihlMluH'n Hiiuml1 u I isln rinaii On Murder Chargv Remanded Hunan xprmsn 21 hous-er'icea cf Mr. "Cooper, the new Cricket Agr.cultural Ontar from British field Each of thes,will ha a Guiana and excellent (rota in latrine, bath and a pnvate backeducation „ being done bv Mr **"'£..„ ., %  ., Archer, the Director of Eduea"The work of preparing sites t| and the removal of houses from unsuitable aieas as well ... Douglas-Smith spent about linue. .te.d.r.".-' mvita^of'" £ m ^ Registrar Submits Sales' Reports At the Court of Chancery yes._. S'.E+SSLF*!* :_!"** ?•£" ""•' %  "ve been told the postal "", %  THIS PRIZE WINNING Hereford bull .Biuoni Ibe ItVMtock rlUMa at BritAUin AKntuHutnl Show hnld at Cambridge rcntly Visitors win tbcra fraui *U |>*rf> of th. 1 Comuioiiwoaltta. America. Europe, Inral and Persia SEAWELL GETS BIGGER AHt TRAFFIC SEAWEU. AIRPORT, on of ihe two "ul continues to grow and expand daily. Many intoresting'peop.e pass through its Terminal Building and Mr lauO^lej i,i.i.i It is hopcx. that linn oo-t Ins the names of th : — % %  •-•-• IIUIIHTI iH""225S S,rvlCM "ffi "* n d Johnson Dlfendanr '' •* '<"*' and fittings the " Sunday, October 7th at the Electric Company cannot make hecv. Strtl Hall, at 11 ajn., S a.1 any promise with regard further P m. and 7 p.m. .or Major A. t **"• o",""'", "*" ,,me "•" installatron for street lighting to Motrel. the Divisional Commander Tr *\\ a cc'aft movements the areas of the Bay Estate to lor Barbados. tnrough tile airport. An aircrari The steamship Alroa PorlUn the north side of Beckles Road. Major Moftett has been trans""" ln the airport constitutes arrived here yesterday from Ue It is hoped that the present shortferred to Trinidad as Divisional ""e "wvemenl and us departure U.S. with 1,232 bags of conimeal a KC will be relieved in the nearCommander for Trinidad, St. Vlnan t "* r and supplies of printed matter, er future. cent and Grenada. Major and >.T m \"? r BW -'A totalled hoisery, food yeast, toilet soap A < 'he Pine the road work is Mrs. V. Underbill, at present in ,,:?,' ,hc 2 !" "venvenu, log by and blankets from Jamaica among progressing, he said, -but due charge of the Salvation Army Vi.. Lodestars other general cargo. £JS„ V l"" 0 .? ^ST* ^ clng un """* '" BrU h Honduras, have J£.{ Calling from British Guiana was g, 1 ", b > "•* Department of been appointed to succeed Major 523 tier D'Ortae with 100 tons '">*$ ","..^"" d Transport al pres. Motfett. Divisional J_ "C o.nrewood and Sot) bags of char!" V," J" '"'"' s '" l > lor Barbados, and .JZJiri.iTJ i g-w & n ^ h =. :iii is %  ivitnin th' Airpor. approxiimiMy %  .<>w Ihr wobble-wheel roller mi Uu, lunway as and whin H |UI1 runway were reinstate by ^r",.'" ""'" """'" *"""" """ Seplember tioft Spots Three "got. Department of Highways and Transport during the month. raaacngers. A total of 3.326 Operative Hears. The operative passengers passed Inrough tho hours of the airport during Ihe Airport during the month of Sevmonth of September were 461 umber In the various airlines as hours, (an average of 15.37 hours usled below. MIXED CARGO B.W.I.A. T.C.A. B.G A U.A.V. K I.M ItESOBT 1.008 landed; 57 67 113 14 SS2 October U. Commander due ti Sunday 140 1 -.%  • L d removed there from unsuitable ..due ihe U Ortar Is n.nsigned to areas S? ^hoofer Owners' Asaorlatinn. Meanwhile, too, public standThe Crforam. O brou^il 740 pipe, are being erected in most drums of colas from Trinidad. areas. Pre-Election Speeches From London Will Be Broadcast THIRTEEN CANDIDATES for Ihe General Election in tho United Kinsdom will be heard over the air making their pre-election speeches from London beginning on Sunday, October 7. The first speaker will be Miss Margaret Heberson (Labour) and she will be heard at 12.45 p.m. on Sunday. '.:.e other speakers are Mr. 'JEWESS TOAMMAIS' "S^SM TJ^^ Si. Major C.F. Torrciao, Chief making on Tuesday at 9 30 b I'.CA. inspector of British Guip.m. nna lectured to ISO boys from tho Mr. Dinglefoot (IJberal) could senior find .unlor deportments at be heard on Wednesday. October Pay Street Boys' School yesterday 10 at 9 p.m. while Mr. James morning on "Kindness to AniGriffiths will be speaking at 9.30 "Wl*" p.m. for 20 minutes on Thursday, Mr. Torrezno was Introduced to October 11. the boys and teachers by tho On Friday. October 12 Miss H. Headmaster. To end the mornSmith, (Conservative), will be ing's proceedings, the boys sang U* Speaker from tho United .luanlta". "Guide Mo O Thou Klnponi ttnd she can bo heard Great Redeemer". "Psalm 93" and m 8 45 P m Ooo^ev Gander" 2(1 MinnieSpeech In the evening the Chief InThe neat day at 8.15 p.m %  lector lectured to Boy Scouts at listeners will hear Mr Joseph the Seoul HndQuirten. on tho Grimmond, (Liberal), making his same sMe<-t pre-election speech. I,ord WoolA Children's Concert, in aid of on (Conservative) will be makrUnrit for Uw SI'CA. VPH held '" B 20 minutes pre-election :.. Queen-, Park vestcrda, eve. ^t^r.rh^Trn 14 '^ . On Tuesday. October 16 al 9.30 p.m. Mr. Richard Stokes. (Lahour) will b-speaking for 20 minutes. On Wednesday. October 17 at 9 p.m. Doctor Charles Hill will be speaking at 9 p.m. on sen. to England ?„^SSi (l 0rt, er "' ,1,1,. Goverr*m Scheme ... TIKE, Morrison (Labour, M*fch 950 to work as Hospital wl „ ^ ntfflrd on Thursdav O, aUxlUariM, has suflerwi a ser.ous lobor R .. 930 m Mr /|> rill k hreakdou-r. in heal h. and, on the Bym a1 p 45 ^ on Oc|o(x | ndvicc of the medical authorities jj). Mr. Anthony Eden on Salurin the United Kingdom, she is day, October 20 at 9.30 p.m. and returning home by plane on Mr. Clement Attlee on Sunday 1.098 lert 94 M 1,493 Mnll I \ Ihi i. H.G. Airways 28. four and 24 by Grumman* KIM. 4. two DC4s and two DCS's. LAV totalled 17 movements bv their Martin 202*s, Resort Airlines 14 by their C46 ..ircraft. ferrytnit Barbadian UatnurVTS home after work in the U.S.. and two nrivate movements bv thp Trinidad Ughi Aeroplane Club's Auster aircraft. Flyln* Club. The Barbados FiyIng Club made a great step forWaM when they invited Ihe Triniditd Light Aeroplane Club to send OVtl on, of their pluncs n a demonstration goodwill visit. Tho Auster, piloted by Philip Habib and Jimmy Alston arrived . wiio c.urged .th ihe muricr t.f 2Jmonths-old Jeffrey Buvce nt i;.. Cove, St. Lucy, on September IK was remanded for another *..si* by Coroner S. H. Nurse M Dtatrun "aV tn. tha .n.|iii.v touccuasjj Buyer's ucath was rttU Vfa b today. aupninuiKirnt Simmons, who i n.iu.tiiig UM uuiuiry for 0+ .'oliee. asKed the t'ornr.cr (.. ,,iiown ihr bSqulr) ine 4ir aa iha %  duev -ire eartying <>ui rurthai tttom S;iingii iv r.-, Handoraon Ckwfco, R C No rUrthoi tvidanea araa taJton when the in%  .i t vv aa raa u mad on Wa I The Terminal Road Hrldg,. in BaaoaballO, St IWrr-near Cove Bay—is expected to be Otsaao d i. traftie before ihe end Q| (fag nuinlh. About Ihraa *• Kg ago, ihe road workers of Ihe lltghwa\ I ( SI Pi tor were I ivui the foundation to the bridge. The road workers are now concentrating on %  %  •sting the top to the budge Terminal Road is a tenantry road which Is under neonatruc lion. The Highway Commissioner.' %  st ivtrr Safari ..-. UM I I the bridge to H around Sum They have been working tha road with ooh an occi-| •nal iiiterriipti, residents of the leewmil ,..n M .MI kept indoors by heav showers of rain. At Np-ightstown. Ifaa i. in, aa! III lioni .immit l pin and foil, ("uiliniioiudy tar about two houis District K Police Stalioo regl*teied one Inch of rain. Some residents were marooned in their homos while all the w nt< i ways were swollen .unning Into Ue s^a. W Holds did a half-dnv's work and MI did some maso'is'and carpenters. Spoightslown had ii of rain on Tuesday nik'lii HoMown Pollea ItaUan rajb> tered 71 parts of rain mnie thai Speights town on Wedm-stlay Streets of Si. James were tloodrd. the water not minium off until hours after the fall. Mud. | tones and bush were left slrewn along the flooded streets after the wate had run Off. Fields loo were •oadod. a> On i>... 1 HOSPITAL HELP WILL MTURN FROM U.K. FOOTLIKE YAM This yam aomewhat resembling a human foot was brought to the Advocate yesterday morning. It belongs to William Patrick of Herts Gap and was taken from a supply which he usually gets from Rock Dundow Pkntaticn in St. Peter. oloi.ic ii of Public Works. Tho site . i,n n,ver "- <* the .oclcty selected by the Fire Officer [? r thv Propagation Of the ...ospel ...... Is sftuated East of the existing ^ c waa •• of a lean, ol thrTerminal Building approximatHv SO vards from the Parking Apron. Plek-up VVarw. On the recommendations of Ihe Sea welt Airport Committee a Pick-up purchase) I €2 Far Wounding With liuckvl IN THE Assistant Court of Appeal ycsli-niay Judm G l. Tjivlnr and H .^. Vaughn reversed a dC he..', with i buokn in May 17 Vaughn told the i Ba p tomba] >'< DtUl um," .i replica Of the first missionary ship sent out by wn Ihe Society ggO >i-urs ago. BU.P. DECREE NIS! The Hon. Tho Chief Judge, Sir Allan (oilymore In the Court for Divorce and Matrimonial cause, ti lay pronounced decree nisi, M £1 For Aissaull Tbohr H.mouis Mr G. 1. T,.>li. ii I Mr. H A Vaughn. Juoget c the Assistant Court a M .ciday i-niflrmed a decision of Mr C W. Rudder. Police Magt^of DUtilct "B", St George Rudder lined Hilt Miss Marg-rot Hond. of the October S. Cx-tober 21 st 12.45 More Worker Return Home piKTV BARBADIAN warkers who emigrated to the tU*. thb year returned lo Ihr island yesierday by Retort Airlines. Anulher batch of M arrived an Thursday. The batch which arrived yesterday made a total of S07 workers who lava already returned. Other batches will be anivlna daring the month. They are relumint home on rxplratlon of their contra--1. ii > order as to coat, in the suit u.' Walls Tenantry, Chris,. Church Gladys Griffith, petitioner and li nnd 1/eo^ts in -even days oi defaull one month's imprison* nl for aaMuJtJnuj and luatiii. >rdon Crimth. respond. (il.idys Grlfnth appeared In per%  ori ORDINATION Ml rrad Hlnkson will be orJthtaed lo the PTiesthood of the Kpiscopal Orthodox Chjych al < ountry Road tomorrow at 3 p.m ty Archbishop E. M. Jack rietlu ftouiiie on Ap.il 22 Mr. Rudder also line I i;.,;. 12 Cor the malk-lous damage to a d ess valued at {1 7/8 on April 18 UM property <-f Vernetla Bourne. In this case both parlies weie oidered to pay appeal costs of 3/6 tnd in the fl st case-assault ai.l lattery—Hilton Gale was ordered to pay 9/8 appeal costs. If You want to keep Food Fresh and improve your Cooking use .... MIRAP THE MIRACLE HYGIENIC FOOD WRAP Buy a Roll To-day From Your Groctr H. JASON JONES & CO., LTD. CITY ask for CiissonS M \l KV IOII.KT SOAPS IMPIRKI I I U.IIH %  I IM1I \ KII1SSOM • HI I I mulMH **rWlAftAr^kVWWW^WW*r\ FOR BEST RESULTS USE Pl'MXA (HOWS IN THE C HECKER BOA RD BACS H. Jaion Jonca & Co,, Ltd—0,nbuton V^rVSrVV\rVV^rVVVVV k VVW^^V. TASTY! Black & White Priats pt,T.H. w "" 82. $1.04 & $1.05 PRETTY Printed Flannelette M in., wide, yd. J r Plain in Pink & Blur, 36in. g Or. White only. 36 in., yd T%r. Striped. 36 ina. wido yd Tir. CAVE SHEPHERD & CO. LTD. 10. II 12 & 13 BROAD STRUT. FOR LINOLEUM WOOD FLOORS AND FURNITURE MANSION HYGIENIC WAX POLISH FOR BRIGHT AND HEALTHY HOMES 13 %  sSL dndWINwitfi ^ VAPEX INHALANT %  REATHI. . the antiseptic vapour trom your handkerchief by day or from your pillow at night or use the VAPtX INHALER — handy 'or daytime Easily recharged from standard bottle f^. M *T***.*^ialP* On Saltnl KNKiHT'S l)RU<; STORES UNJH • CO ITO OX I A' OWE IIICY4 I II in Ihr nnrld <-jifi-i-s this 111.irk f |i,Hi 1 linn Th, llnmhrr (r.Jfniark k four .uaraoiH <4 U„liw quil.lv. (in, .ppmriiur anJ %  Ml renih Th Wo,Id', U.dinaquilfl. bKrilf rarm. Um i..„k of dNInKiioa. Prices are steadily rising — Select your model without delay. 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mm PAGE SIX BARBADOS ADVOCATE SATURDAY. OCTOBER 6. 1*31 UNDER THE SILVER HAMMER ON TUESDAY .-md WEDNESDAY. 16th and I7lh of October. 1H1. see will hold ,. Pawnbroker's Sale at our Rooms, 17 High Street, when the follown !" left In i %  '.,:. with HOLDER BROS, of Swin % %  W, and ure overdue will be sold. 1: IMt mus TI porii •tar IMS BBS IMA Bin. aM Necklet CeU Rlnc 2))3 lioS Hint June 1M 38070 1 Qold Bangle 29132 Gold Rlnc 30132 Gold Ring 39133 Ladles' R. C W. Watch 2914s Gold Idea, liracelet 39160 Gold Necklace Pendant 1920S Oent'a C. W. Watch 393*7 Oent'a C. W. Watch Jal>, 1949 26in. Gold Stem Ring 36233 Gold fling 2B33' Gold Ring 29376 Two O Hints; One Iden. Rracclet 293)1 Gold Ring 29*21 Gold Ring 36411 Ladies C.W. Watch ,v Strap 39321 Gent's ROW. Watch Strip 29295 1 Gold Bangle 20333 Lady'a C. W. Watch 29383 Gold Ring 29403 Gold Ring 39404 Gold Ring 29413 Gold Ring 29428 Cold Ring 39473 Gold Ring 39488 Gold Chain and Pendant 39402 Necklace A. Pendant 29403 Oold Ring 293211 i cold Baby Bangle AM 194) 39635 Gold Bangle 29340 Gold Ring 39941 Gold Necklace 39591 Oold Ring 26611 Gold Bangle 26923 Ladies C.W. Watch it Strap 26644 Gold Ring 20631 Gold Ring 29695 Gold Stono Ring 24997 Machine 26702 Gold Ring 2672a Gold Ring 19751 Ladles ROW. Watch 369511 Gold Ring 20852 Gold Ring 26872 One Pr. Gold Earrings 29896 Lid.es R.O.W. Watch 2910 Gold Ring 369)0 Oold Ring 29935 Oold Ring 26946 Gold Bangle 29933 Gent's C. Watch 293U Gent's C.W. Watch 29530 Camera 29574 Gold Ring 29582 Camera 29933 I-adv's R. O W Watch 29651 Oold Ring 29672 ? Gold Rings 29682 Gold Ring 29696 Gold Ring 29703 Gold Ring 19763 Gold Ring 26975 Ladies R.G.W. Watch 37019 Gold King 27028 2 Gold Rings 27051 Ladles R G W Watch 37032 Cold Ring 37070 Gold Necklet 4 Pendant 27083 Gold Ring 37108 Gold Ring 27119 Gold Ring 21146 Gold Ring 27198 Gold Stone King 27212 Gold Ring 27238 Gent.s Signet Ring 27253 Gold Ring 27246 Gold Ring 29780 Camera 29700 Lady'a R. G. W. Watch 29707 Gold Ncckiet Pandant 29814 Gold Ring 29841 1 Gold Bracelet 29945 I Gold Bracelet 20949 Camera 20960 Gent's R.Q.W. Watch 29883 Gold Necklace 29025 Gold Ring 29941 Oold Ring 29952 Gold Urns Nar. 13J0475 MB) 30498 III.',1.11 30310 M61| loss) ''036 10341 30546 1 Pr Silver Bangles 2 Oold Rings Gold Rlnc 3 Oold Rings Zenith Radio Gold Ring UrnmOBeVone Gold Rule. 1 Cold Bangle Ladies' R.O. W Watch 17 Cold Pocket W. chain: G. F Watch 15 2 Gold Earring* 3 1 Pr. Gold Earrings 3 Gold Nugget Brooch 2 Gold Bracelet d R.G.W. Watch 3 Gold Ring ) Oent'a B.OW. Watch 8 Gold Stone Ring ) Oold Necklet I Gold Ring 2 Cold Rings 3 Clock 9 Gold Ring Gold Coin Brooch I Gold Ring I Gold Ring I Oold Ring Gold Ring I Gold Ring 1 Cold Necklet I Oold Ring 1 Oold Watch Chain: Gold Ring 4 Gold Bracelet 5 Oold Ring 0 4 Silver Bangles 2 Gem Ring 3 Silver Vanity Case 4 Gem Ring 3 Ladles' R.G W. Watch 8 Gramophone 8 Gold Necklet & Pendant 0 Cold Ring with 9tone 1999 2 Cold Ring 9 Gold Necklet t Pendant 9 Gent's C. Stop Watch 0 Gold Ring 0 3 Gold Rings ) Oold Ring 0 Gold Ring u Gold Ring 6 Camera 7 Gold Ring ) Gent's R.C.W. Watch 4 I Cold Bangle 3 Camera ) Binocular 1 Gold Ring ft Gold Ring Gold Ring 9 Watch I Gold Ring I Gold Ring I Gold Ring Gold Ring set Leather Case Gold Ring Cold Pocke! *Fatch Gent's C" W Watch Id Pocket Watch Cold Ring juato unies n.u. w wall 30541 2 Oold Pins (Oold Cat 27933 Oold Necklace 27971 Oold Signs* Ring 27094 Oold Ring 28012 Camera 18 Oold Signet Ring 28007 Cold Ring 38117 Ladles C.W, Watch 28134 Oold Ring 2813) Oold Necklace 4 Pendant Gold Ring 28190 Gent's R.O W Witch 28165 Cake Stand 105)1 Camera 305)7 Oold Ring 30190 Gold Ring 10664 Cold Ring 30665 Oold Ring 10685 Ladles' BO W. Watch 30741 Gold Ring 30743 Ladles' R.G W. Watch 30747 Gem Ring: Gold Ring 30770 Gold Ring 30793 2 Gold King, •0810 Oold Ring 30823 Gold Necklet 8, Cross 30871 Gold Ring 28180 Gold Ring 28203 Gold Ring 28220 Gold Necklace S Pendant 28243 Gold Ring 28346 1 Pr. Oold Earrings 28248 Gold Ring 26341 Clock 28330 Gold Ring 28383 Oold Signet Ring 26367 l Gold Bangle 28407 Oold Ring 28431 Cold Ring 28453 Gold Ring 30871 Gold Ring 15 Gold Ring 30910 Gold Ring 10960 Gold Ring 30081 Gent's C. W. Watch 1010 Gold Ring 1049 Gold Ring 3107) 1 Pr. Gold Rangles 31107 Gold Ring 31117 Oold Ring 31120 1 Pr. S. Bangles: Cold Necklet 31131 Gold Ring 31132 Gold Bracelet 11202 2 Gold Rlngr 81214 Gent's C.W. Watch 31220 Gold Ring 31232 Gent's R.G.W Watch S1246 White Oold Stone Ring 31255 Ladies' C.W. Watch 21356 Gold luug 31278 Oold Ring 38502 Gold Rlruz 28518 Gold Ring 28529 Gold Ring 28544 Gold Necklet 4 Pendant 38567 Gold Ring 28618 Gold Necklet 4 Crosa 28620 Lady's R. O. W, Watch 28621 Gold Nugget Brooch 29656 Gold Ring 28739 2 Gold Rings 28762 Camera ;773 Gold King 28829 Gold Ncckiet & Pendant 11303 Gold Necklace 31400 Gold Ring 31407 Gold Ring 31435 Gold Slone Ring PRINCESS ALICE ENQUIRY euiiAgf in eonj ita Mr. M. B. Cox •ubmlttd %  :endr to • h* CHUI. n* uxrten which was acc*pi*d. This Bctiim of the The Coming. Election .tvg th# khrrw BCVIM B AVID TEMPI.E POBKKTS 31444 Gold Ring 31455 Oold RIIIR 314(11 Gold Finn 31533 Gold Tie Clip ..Min 2 aold Kings 31024 Gold Necklace 31643 I Gold Bungle 31653 Gold Ring 31662 1.4dlr.' ROW. WIch 31693 Gold Ring Si703 Oold Ring llfll Cutlery April 1950 31759 Oold Signet Ring 11763 Oold Ring 31779 Gold Necklace: Oold Ring 31791 Gold Signet Ring tl814 Gent's R.G.W. Watch 31622 Gold Necklace & Pendant S1826 1 Oold I ..-ingle ^1907 Genii. Gold Pocket Wtch 31914 Oold Idcn. Ring 31919 Cold Ring Mar 19M 31956 Oold NecklaceOold Watoh, Chain Pendant J1B75 Oold Ring 32011 Camera 32017 Gold Iden. Ring 32064 Gold Signet Ring 32067 Gcntl C. Pocket Watch 32114 Gent's R. O. W Watch 32147 Gold Ring 32198 Oold Ring 32237 Oold Ring 32140 2 Gold Rings 32320 Gold Ring 32333 Gold Ring 32371 Ladies' R. G. W. Watch 32376 Gold Ring 32473 Gold Ring 32480 Gold Signet Ring 32481 Gold Ring 32530 Cold Ring 325C6 Gold Watch. Chain and Pendant 32583 Gents' R. G. W. Watch 32585 Ladies' R. GW. Watch 32587 Gold Rln K 32594 2 Gold Earrings, G. Necklace 8 Pendant 32688 floW Necklace & Pendant 12062 1 Gold Bangle .2G63 Gold Gem Ring 32664 VulcaMzcr 32677 Gold Necklace 32783 Cold Riu 32738 2 Cold Rings 32748 Gold Necklace; 2 Gold Earrings 32750 Gold Ring 82757 Camera ?2788 Radio 32805 2 Gold Rings, 2 Cold Earrings 32817 Gold Necklnce* Pendant. .-.G Rlfi l' Bracelet 32V.2 Oold Ring Ws Oold Ring '| • Krain p*f • 4 iDg roads, and of >cldentals necessary for the proper i^ubluhloent oT this playing Held. The term* upon which tola grant was being made were communilatad my letter from the Financial Secretary to the Clerk of the Veetry of St. Michael on the 20th August. 1949. (iv) Under theae terms, which were accepted by the Vestry, it was stipulated that expenditure by the Vestry on this playing field was onl* to be increased in accordance with detailed estimates to be agreed with the Social Welfare Officer, and on completion of the work or at appropriate total v.il > the Vestry would furnish audited accounts of the expenditure of all monies received from the .Labour Welfare Fund. Tne Vestry thus became responsible for tne proper disbursement of the amount of the grant. r trvl lhat to eontinue establish that the *" offlcr tor ,0,l pr w"'<1* " Churchwarden derived any nnanctal or oth< risk i more severe defeat. MR CLEMENT .1 \l ,i\r were proper 1 rxp-enjed and prop-..,;, vouch* ed for. and lhat the work of establishing the playing field was efficiently performed. To assist him In the performance or this duty, the Vestry had placed at his disposal the services of a Building Supervisor employed and paid by the Vestry. The Churchwarden neglected to make use of this officer's services. He incurred expenditure, in some Instances without the knowledge or approval of the Veetry or hi* Committee, and nut in accordance with estimates agreed upon, and passed for payment vouchers which were not certified or not properly certified. He also, without Inviting tenders undertook work for which tendershould have been invited tn accordance with a resolution passed by the Vestry. The Churchwarden's acts and omissions in these caaes were unw irranted and highly liiagnljl. and cell for very sever? tenaure. (viiil The Churchwarden in arranging for the removal of huts from Seawell to the Playing Field Improperly opened sealed tenders which had! been submitted, and was thus in a position to communicate the i-ontents of these tenders lo others If he no wUhed. After the tenders had been opened. Mis-, p. Francis <* adVantage from these f nc "** G neral "**>> %  • Irregularities only H monin hence every state's) While there* were opment boUl BrtliBh politics now partunlttes for wastage %  "^ characteristics of a political and loss because of lack <-P'n>on--it can hardly avoid putty of supervision, the exblM Al "> th *y h v written penditure incurred In "' Mr AlU **'* reason for holding establishing the playlnt *'* cUon u certainly the Coning field and It* adw^vatlvc way of putting the case. Ccta, end In erecting Yct an Impartial observer could pavilion cannot be hardly but admit that these are regarded as excessive or lht> fact*. Mr. Anise's Labour even as unreasonable, Government Is losing popular The only loss or mlsapfavour. If it remained in power proprlatlon disclosed without choosing an election It was of the part of the would suffer from a severe winter, large hut which Mr. rising prices, perhaps an acute Tudor bought from Seashortage of fuel and electricity In weU, and which was the cold weather. The Labour transported by motor Party's managers might well have lorry from Sea well, reckoned thnt had an election to the "Princess .Mice come next March—forced by tho Pleying Field." Neither weight of public opinion—then Mr. Tudor nor Mr. Cox Labour would have been cornwas Implicated In any pletcly routed, and gone into n nUsapproprlatlon. The long eclipse. guilty party has not bean traced. Clement Alt lee broadcast his There is no foundation decision to the nation. He has for belief that any huts chosen for his party the prospect or hut, or port of a hut of a small defeat, at a time of his, (.except as *tated In own choosing, in order that the (X ) ab ove were mlsapLabour Party should live to fight, proprlated from Seaagain another day. well or from the "Prlnosn* Alice Playing This, of course, is not tho way Field" or while in tranSocialists would state the case, sit between those two Clement AtUee. himself, spoke of pistes. the need for Government seeking It would be desirable in assurance from the country of to define more clearly a strong majority. and to limit by law But that way of speaking doej the U i Ul l £ mon,h " brtn a La u'' victory. TlKrUTs^hS! The ****** lor*believing that the me? rJiSEt W J rr X: ^""vailvw *"> Win more sea-s msrpayment withe than in Febouiry 1930 arc three: £^ !*-5 SCZ ""'• " %  ha !" generated a sense gg. . r SSSTi nf ""..<* in the country that .. rinaiiy. I desire to express victory last year. Second; the my appreciation of the assistance rising cost of living %  *the given me by the Acting Attorney owning of the Korean War and OeneraJ. and by the Acting Finanthe re-armament programme has 2S ^^? ,y ,C P V B P r T t) Withmarched against the Government gj.jg* _gJf %  . tt IB power. Third: the Liberal /?!ahta P rtV WhlCh made a bn,vo bul as: t-IJ. i .9. rulile now ln the hi" election .hLi^ Sftfatt CZ "ftS? wl,h 475 candidates, is planning V. VTSteJtgSfe £0 £!?, dumber *&*?*^ Jnih^anS^^iVJSS? " "*"" eitimated that of any three Uben.i LZ „JZ md nUy voters, two will drift to the Con(SOD) CLEMiarr MALONE servgtrn Party, in the absence of (-omiTussniiei a Liberal, for every one that turn* ITth August. 1951. t 0 labour. So fewer Liberal CLEMENT ti'iin candidates make more Torv chances! (UJ Tho issue at this election is simply—who will rule the country next. Neither of the major parties ha* a coherent political programme U> offer. The Labour .Party has enjoyed six year* ln mr. In that time it has put to practice almost all the measures of legislation thst it leclared, originally, a* its policy. And some of them leave the bitter taste of regret even in tho mouth of good socialists. For the Labour Parry this election will be the defence of n citadel rather than the raising of a banner for the march Into new country. The Labour Party wilt sta..d as the defender of the "social service state" that it has fabricated. Free Health Service, subsidies on food prices, controls of prices, bulk purchase of raw materials and food, national insurance, free legal id -tl-ese ..: that on no account %  taouU Conservatives formulate a policy because they might be compelled to carry it through: And s>ny policy would be %  tarael for the socialist campaigners. But the judicious political coenmentator might weU comment on some common mlsapprehesuions. Contrary to soane American opinions tbe Conservative Purtv will not attempt to dismantle the Nntional Health Service Contrary to aorae opinion). Mr. Churchill la not likely to be an caster partner for the United States In tne AllanUc Alliance. A brief glance at the "White House Papers by Harry Hopkins" Indicates some of the trenchant arguments Winston had with Roosevelt during the war. Possibly he would stand up for British opinions more sturdily than the present cabul. No Conservative Government in sight could "lift controls"—)ust like that. Conservatives have always refused to be drawn on the exact controls they suggest should be abolished. it would take an article in Itself to discuss the political dissenslo 1 that U seething in the Labour Party. There is a battle of pciBonaiiUes between Mr. Aneurln Bevan and Mr Emanuel Shinwel. lor the eventual leadership of the Lsabiur Party. The fight is made lively by a socialist internal cold wa r being waged even while the Labour Party faces the danger ol the Tory election onslaught. Another article, again could be devoted to the more polite internal differences within the Conservative Party. How secure iChurchill's leadership now that the public opinion poll has announced the people would pref.' Eden to Churchill as Prime Minister? And who are the young men who will quickly rise to power ln the Conservative partypushing on one side some of the old wheel-horses who have been on Conservative Front benches since Hitler ranted at Nuremburg32887 Gold Ring 32880 Gold Stone Ring 32880 Oold Ring 82886 8 Silver Bangles 32984 Camera 32MS Gold Ring 32916 Clock :i298B Gold Brooch 32819 Cold Necklace & Crucifix 828)45 H Oold Rings; 2 Gold Links 32981 Lady's R.O.W. Watch 32982 2 Gold Bangles asm 1958 321*4 Gold Necklace & Pendant 3288* Gold Ring 330O0 Qold Necklace & Pendant 330QB 2 Oold Baby Bangles 33034 Oold Ring 33054 Gent's C. Pocket Watch 33057 Gents C.W. Watch 33061 2 Oold Rings 33087 Lnd.cs C.W Watch 83104 Gold Ring 33113 Oold Ring 33117 Gold Stone Ring 13121 Oold Ring 33140 Gents R. G. W. Watch 33ITH Gent's C.W. Watch 38191 Oent's C.W. Watch 33214 Gold Ring 33224 1 Oold Bangle; s O Rings 2 prs. G. Earrings. 2 Gold ( Brooches; Gold Necklet A Pendant PAIN'S CELEBRATED) FIREWORKS A 1.MI1.I AKD VARIED ASSIHtTMEXT MX STttCK SPECIAL CONTRACT 29H3 M 8842 2'8 M 7991 lit*! M 7724 27949 M 8705 27941 M 821) 28140 M BOM Jl M 907) M 8724 a! 5383 SOME July 7. 1949 Oil. 90. 1949 Nov. 1. 1949. Dec. ). 1949 Dec. 8, 1949 Jan. 9. 1990 Jan. 24, 1990. Fab 14, 1990 Sept 17, 1949 949 >09B H 1051 Oct. 18. 194) )01W M 4489 Oct. 29, 1949 JM19 M 710S Nov. I, 1949. 309 H 7281 Nov. 7, 1949 SOUS M 8675 Nov. 1. 1949. • !•• M 8725 Ftb. 11. 1980. 34*93 34900 35911 38170 38(41 3890: 10116 10199 10*44 .00* G 998 Jan. 12. 1951 M 9999 Jan. 18. 1951. X 1581 Match IT. 1981. M *4*e . M (912 M 1146 .r m M 9*91 al 09*9 S 791 al *3*0 Radio Jan. 10. 1960 Aug. 17 1950 Sept. 11, 1950. Jan. 27. 1*91. Jan. 29, 1951 Tab 1. 1991. March 19. 1951 March 24, 1951 Oct. 7 1990. Mrs article can be redeemed before the day of sale SALI: 12 o'clock. Terms: Cash BRANKER. TROTMAN 4 CO.. AuctJafstsVS. ". iSl&e* MlJRRAVS ;-—-. to MILK STOUT £ l" EDINBURGH SCOTLAND MANNING & CO.. LTD. AGENTS Broadcast Spangle* Chinese Drops Flower Pots Princ. ol Wales Fealhers .Yew Trees Squibba Golden Rain Amber Electrolltes Serpents .. Crackers Electric Whlners Torpedoes Zlni Booms .Firing Eailei Blue Devil. Radium Dazclws Cannon Crashars Golden Rain .Serpents Squibb s Roman Candles Asatd. ..Starlights Wheels .Drago" Flames Ml. felee Canon Crashers .. Radium Daxslers Witch's Cauldrons Craclcea-* Mt. Vesuvius Disile Danle Broadcast Spangles Forge Fire Emerald Cascades Rockets Assid Crackers Emerald Cascades Col. Roman Candles Wheel, Streamline Rockets BrUhl Roman Caadle. Dliilo Dassle Forge Fires Bright Rockets Dynamlnsks Jack-in-the-Box Spangled Star Bombs Golden Rain Witch's Cauldrons Crackers Mt. Pelee Whirly Twlrkers Mt. Vesuvius k .Mt. Pelee .. Mt. Vesuvius ..Witch's Cauldrons Red Lights Orrrti LitM* ..Butterfly Twinklers Fine-mid Cascades Radium Datallers .For-Re Fires .Dizzle Dazzles Roman Candles Asstd. Whirly Twirl.-rs Wheels Rockets Asstd. .Jack-in*the>box Mines with Serpents m 2k SV \bf .Mt. Vesuvius Mt. Pelee Prismatic Lights Mine. With Serpents Forge Fires Crackers Jack-in-the-box Roman Candles Asstd. Rockets Asstd. Butterfly Twlnklers Monster Fountains %  Jack-in-the-box Emerald Cascades Wheels .Roman Fans „ Candles Butterfly Twlnklers Mines with Serpents Roman Candles Asstd. Jack-in-the-box Triangle Wheels Bouquet of Gerbs Devil-among-Toilors Dcvil-among-Tailors Jack-in-the-Box Roman Candles AsstH. Jack-ln-the-Box .Bouquet of Gerbs Bombs .Matches Sparklers *'••/# flu's is**. Fill in Oi,,i,,,,,,, und l„ ,„,, ,„ H end it in and u~*> nil/ mul Ih, ,„ np for uou. St*, our ,\ B f ny KNIGHT'S DRUG STORES I



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PACK TWO C k BAKM4DOS ADVOCATE BATUSDAX, OCTOBER . liSl ) JCVU6 tfatlinq Nurse's picture went round world —she is now in Palace team li.ll.i. I! MM I'KIHiRAMMt I >l I' I II E T1I-1IAY 4.45 4 N Nl lv of Shipping in till*, island Buck From Washington D R. J. W. P HAHKlSESS. C.M.G., O.IJ E Medical Adviser to the Comptroller for Development jnd .Welfare and Dr. i. P. OMahon>. returned from Washington yesterday via Trinidad by B.W.l.A. They had attended the General 04 the Regional Committee of the World Health OrganizaAlf ended Aviation Talks H CARL AGOST1NI, Director ot Civil Aviation in TrimMr." Cltrenc M lad, nrrived here night from London tidn~forVe "west'ein" HcmupneTe' B w A u a "" *"li -SJ 1 *^ 0 ,. • • K talks. He returned tu Trinidad in Thursday j ci Jamaica by Chemist And Drugtitt M R and Mrs. Paul Tomait and %  .heir daughter Elizabeth of Vetsttutsl who have be*n holidaylni hero for tome time, expect to return hotne next week bv air They are staying at Paradise Beach dab. Mr. Tomaai is a prominent nemisl and druggm of Ciudad. Bolivar. Venezuela Enjoyed Holiday A FTER spending an enjoyable three weeks' holiday here, DM Santos of St. Vincent nlurned home on Thursday nigh' I in the R Ms /.rid i, Rodney. Mis* Do, Santos Is an employer >f Messrs Cor re i a and Co. Ltd of \ Kingstown. Acted A* Manager M R. and Mrs A. MACKIE returned to Trinidad yester day by B.W.l.A after spending i%  ouple of weeks here. Mr Maekie who Is employed in Trinidad with the Shell Cnmpan< ... acting Manager of the Shei' IMroleum Installation here for e Skinner who w< oi M R. BERNARD ROEFE of the Secretariat ol the Development and Welfare Organization returned from Washington on Thursday evening by air via Puerto Rico after attending | met ting of the Working Committee of the Caribbean Commission. Y.W.C.A, Fair M RS. A. A. ulbHONb, I'resident of the Y.W.C A., will offlcially open the Y.W.C.A. Fair wnich lakea place at the Modern High School tiii 3 cvttiing from 3 to 8 o clock. There will be lucky slerday morning by B.W I Director For St. Vincent M R WILLIAM HUGHES. Director of Messrs. Win. Fogarly I.Id was a passenger on Thursday night in the Lady Rodney for St. Vincent on a business visit in ihe Interest "f his firm He exports to be back in about two weeks' tirm To Advise Leeward Islands Government M H. D. A. PERCIVAL, Assistant Economic Adviser to the mtrollet for Development and For Three Weeks r\* T ' Trinidad for three dips, wheels of fortune, other side Wellare. left for St. Kills yestershows, as well us stalls ol houseda) by H W.I.A. to advise the Leehold and fancy work. A Steel ward Island Government on the Band will provide UM music. .•olleetion and compilation of statMrs D. II. L. Ward, Secretary, I told Carib that the Fair is being Mr. Pereival will also visit Anheld by the girl* of the Y.W..C. A. gxa before returning to Bar bain an effort to get badly needed d<" on October 25. funds She -.mi li is really a splendid effort on then behalf. the Committee >t Management have nothing to do with this Kan Bank Manager Returns M R. J. R. RODGER. Manager of the Canadian Bank ol bad s of the Canadian Commerce, returned weeks' holiday is Mrs. G. M (iordon of lhe firm of Messrs D, M. Simpson Co. She left on Thursday night in the Lady Rodney. On Official Visit M R. W D WAHDKN. Superintendent of the Demerara Life Assurance Company, left for British Guiana on Thui i %  on one of his usual oflVml TBBW Vincdntians Return Home M R. C. E PROVIDENCE Who Works with CP1M in Curacao, hi* wife and two children left for St Vincent on Thursday night in the f-ady ft %  pend two months' holiday Other Vlnrenttan* n'luirung home on Thursday night in the Lady Rodney on holiday from Curacao were Mr K King. M S J Brown and Mr W E Jacob) ran Hnliriav Thrv ***** a arrived here on SunD . "• l,d *y day by KLH. chartered 'plane H and Mrs. Leonardo Castro f r( ,m Curacao, of Venezuela arrived earlier m the week by LAV. for a hohBrought Son To School day. They were accompanied by vfR c nnROTllv imwn t their two children and are staying M ,f K !" K \^Z "OWELL ,I tha Hotel H„v.d A whose husband is now wurkIrinidad iriaglstrata cent after being transferred from Thursday morning in the I-ody \A VICTOR RAMSARAN, British Guiana, left the isla.td on fney from Canada where he A Magistrate of Port-of-Spain. Thursday night in the Lad,, RodRodney had spent two months He was Rodger On Honeymoon M R. and Mrs. Hugo Smittcr %  were married In Venezuela. are now In Barbados on their honeymoon. They arrived hen iheTe he holiday. Trinidad, was an lutransit paosersi for St. Vincent Ol ul her i rha i into school at thi : staying with hei f A. King t npanled by Mrs. ger here on Wednesday morning in the Calasablt from England where he had been on three ionthn' holiday After One Month A FTER spending a month's holiday here, Mr. and Mrs. Andres are stayLoustaunau and two children of Caracas, Venezuela, returned home Holiness Church left for St. Vlnyehterday by L.A.V They were cent on Thursday night in the .ernational Business Machines snying at the Hotel Royal. Lady Rodney on an evangelistic Corporation in Venezuela. His Mr. Loustaunau la employed tour which Is expected to last for wile Is a cousin of Mrs. Vernon with International Business Maon* month. He was accompanied Knight of "Mcrvuc". Hastings. chines in Caracas. by Mrs, AtUn. recently by L.A.V. and I*" t lhe Aquatic Club. Smittcr works with the Inyesterday by LA V On Ev.nfeli.tic Tour TJ F.v. T. r.. ASLIN, Pastor the White Park of PllUIUn American < olium Learning at a Loss This, say the critics, could cosily bind the hands of the West in helping an underground among the Soviet satellites. OUSTERS MAN JACOB IIORNCR needed a horse. Because he could not Hud great deal of nerve. one -on a .summer's day in 1876— But when the polite charged he started to fooUlog hit way 4l>-jreur-old Joseph Ireland with along the trail of General Cutters the theft there was no need to cavalry command. him—he was already In So he missed the massacre In iiieh all Custer'a mctn were NEW YORK For month after month Amenc has been rolling up an lfaprttil record of "bigger and better" | nearl] ever] Held Linaalnable, %  rretl Hum output to salaries and steel tall. production to job* lUlod. To carry out the theft he missed wiped out by Chief Sitting; Bull's Now comes a sudden drop—in a „ appointment with a probation Indians. wifa volloge _L-.iro.nwnt. As the new officer. So the officer revoked Now. 75 years after his comacademic year starts, colleges and Ireland's bail for a previous rades. death has come to Jacob Homer, a proaperoua butcher In Bismarck. North Dakota. Ha iHencc. KARLV TO BED ? PENNY RATION • fcff. universities across the country report 2,2511.000 undergraduates— ;'„,"!Tl . !" r '"""" "' """""' T T % %  AmLT TO BCD 87. S§SSS^RSSB^B& z h —war many of them have been m „ „ \ ^ fl > inilation there doM not ; uem to ,^LT$> y £v" fe •* a h 'hlSr-" '? ve ^ "meh future for the American r g, S< in Y" r^, . more fun than those who sleep *?**• tha„ 1 title copper L-oin So they are having to eat into | OIlgl ri v worth one cent. Yet -omebody mutt be nnding a use for them— their basic endowment which is like an individual I, on capital. •at into I funds. OUTLAWS ? ,re reducing ," 'tAffS^"^ Legal stafTs. Ten thousand fewer dons Rillhts by which f U b *^, n al i G '' V '' r "' %  "'" rN>WlH llroups 01 Polish. IHjp IB HIT Im attHI. Amencans and UU,ua..ln-A,„c.ARKESTED IN JAIL leans are protesting; against the EVERYBODY agreed that the clause which makes it an lnterthief who stole £21,000 of jewelnational offence for countries to lery in the afternoon from, a showorganise or encourage activities In ease in the Waldorf-Astoria Hotel's another State which might leud famous "Poacock Alley" had a to civil war. nd a great many of them too. For the United States Mint is having to operate double shifts to Code because it %Ty '" Iurn oul "ugh penn And in New York the Government's Federal Reserve Rank rationing supplies. MTVKPAV. ocToattn •. itti 10 0.1 |>m 10 SO piH. in SO p m low p m W be unuiMTd CROSS W DHL) 6 %  .1. %  4 r S=4P=- WatAPO HICHfll • 1001E KUIH *-* N^MfSiHai r trro* 1. He produce* vested ore <- 5. Accopt. (*l 1. snetter from Un lar<-.bovc. (5) Klna at end o! rratinf. i-,i inni web-roimli.il mmc ft SiH n ..Hi .iretcli. \~) • 0. Urliid to powder. |0| IT. Metal. (S) IB. He:ry or CJtcteter l aa. SUrt or the Nile, I3I 31. HMllft oaponen:. m a* PeUU the* communed wnn Da* a Otour of a sreeu Un< li H,, FJiTRA dlfl I'S TIIK EARTH HOLIDAY ON SKIES O L \ M IMC III HAV AMI TdMDUROtV 4.30 & 8.15 H-O-h DOllBLE r M-O-M'S GAT TECHNICOLOR MUSICAL! THIS PICTURE or Hi-t— K.ith leu Norman, one of the West minster Hospital team loeHmg after the King, ha* been rquiid the world. The British Council -e puHtponeLl until November. which Will iilve the vptllinn public little time to sort out the bookthey wilt want to buy at Christj JAMII A DHESS SHOP LOWER BROAD STREKT DRESSES Oeehasat, Evenin Hi ii li Afternoon STOCKINGS—45 NYLONS S1.U8 per laii v/.'.v///>'//V.w 1 iW;< Mr i..rn,idfii Faaf Recommended readnia for Lib cral candidates: Lloyd George. b> Thomas Jonc, C.HEscaping th< election slUMPi It eahifl fiiMn Osford Untvej %  P.. October t # There is aood news %  Clirlstopher Isherwood. enfant ter•ibie of the thirties) now tunning um*elf in California Playwright John van Oruten f Young Willey. I remember Mamil has decided to make a play of Isherwood's short novel about pre-Hitcr Berlin, Sally Bowles. 14 ynn after the book's publication. '.in Oruten has .nisi finished a trip to Berlin where hi met the originals of some of Isherwood's odd characters Now he has gone home to writ, tha ii." 0 John Lehmnnn has now receipt of the manuscript from U.R %  Ai.ii i Paul Bowles Ol ins second novel Boa let eaua it Let It Come Down. His first book. The Sheltering Sky. was picked as Evening Standard Book of the Month In September line, it astabnahed him ns a inn-night novelist. WOHI.I> COPYRIGHT RESERVED L.E.S. 4 is a [•RAWFOBD In NOW 1MOW1NO iali.1 Oallf The Damned Don't Cry Cain ip"tl" TIIH '• m a i m %  nu: MTION wi.sTta.s-' RLNEGADES OF THE RIO GRANDE ft OKLAHOMA RAIDERS Rod CAMKRON russa KNIGHT TI-K KITTEX PltlSS KN .ill Rupert and the Sorcerer—39 £5 Nrxi moftunf Algy gets up eirly jnd calls IO uke Rupert to echoo 1 and finds him just wring goodbye io Mn. Br. Stir tht school they meet the ssststf who Irowru and c'rrrHidi io know why Pnptn wn %  beau ail the previous d. ... _.." • %  >• the link b** I ..Me u %  Sorartr in a staid. • it. and whan h wim'i thtf* I tl liM Mucer. sir. and rhea th' Sorcerer came end teicbeo mi all this? grawls (fie nuurr. "I: •oundi all sauce ro me 1 BARGAINS in all Departments AFTER STOCK-TAKING Cmll ami Inspt-rt Thvm. RF.MEMBF.R -There when no PftrkinR •hop with i Problem THE BARBADOS CO-OPERATIVE COTTON FACTORY LTD. GEWTLEMEW ft Bttl IS A SPECIAL OFFER FOR iOI. CENTS TAN CALF OXFORDS CENTS BLACK CALF OXFORDS CENTS BLACK PATENT $10.24—10.67 S8.88—10.67 $12.14 T. R. DIAL 4606 .% PHS. I.I MS SIIH'/fS TAN c BLACK Size. 7 only $10.08 EVANS & WillTl II 111^ YOUR SHOE STORES DIAL 4220 KIM IbOM IHroOblnl mini In ,nur muKlM .t once : Apply SlMn's Unimnt MfthtlyIMI your S5\u\ t> A You don'l %  In "Sloen'i" vou dab ll .HI lhe affected pan semly—" Sloan's does the reu Good for [ aches a*J aaias aad tuff h mi nt > loo' LOOK NM nil natai e o. uosai, M IHt IMOH "1 Jiwalhsaas7 I RBI m "IN | IN %  1-AafiA fHslS4M Tatay a aaraSar s a a at a m Warn^ Acllon Drama James Ann Arubur 'AUNKY SHEIUDAN KfcNNKUY in crrr roa COXQIMT Midnit.Tnniic '*.ol laajlilaa P 1*1 i I s OVKK UH BO R OIK Jolmiiv M.irk T.-Sr am %  Wt.Ua I IMii r a|n Uaa' Abbot A Coaum t.iii:rv THK OARDKN — ST. I \M1 > Ttt-DAY la MOMIll : f m %  mi MVMII I>I ftur Story of Chi M** C.RANT iWas icmam >• %  "AMXONA TKAil.GLOBE To-day. 5.00 and N.I5 p.m. and lonliniiine THE SCCREf CONVICT JANE V POWELL & RlCARDO N^MOreTALBAN FORO^TIERNi BARRYMORE SCOTT SPECIAL SHORTS : a Every Lad Adventure — Chipper Chipmunk Pit 16c; House Mr: Hakony 40c: Box 54c. 'SO'MM'JK LOUIS CAiHiRN-WN HARDING Mh DOT ROKMD rndmd H IK* CUMU:NCS M-G-M'S LAUGH AND THRIL\ HIT! sttrnni sitwAni mm GRANGER PIDGEON DAVID I0BERI NIVEN • NEWTON CYRIL CUSACK • GRETA GYNT FRANK AlLEnBY HOW TO-DAV to TI'ES. 4.45 i I.IS iOLO SMUHGLER an ADVLMUPESs:^. in the *^-, ISIAHD (III LVtLYN CHANDLER KEYES rmni' I RIINII 11 imm a utaw IH • i wmm sntRwat RRR KXTRA! % %  -RKKI. MlmlCAt. Ethel Smith and Henry Kin| Orchestra ROYAL TO-DAV AND TOMORROW — 4.M A l.ll THE GREATEST DOUBLE EVER TO HIT THE SCREEN To-night vUU CLUB MORGAN The men BMullfal sight Club from Miami lo Bio 1.1th a leorld-irldi' rrpiiratum for pood fond Music, Dancing En tertain ment throughout th* night Dial 4000 lot reservalions 1 V SHANTAR.AN %  4] And V. Shantan JAYASH.



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^ PACE M •> BARBADOS ADVOCATE SATUKDAY, OCTOBER 1 1SS1 Barbados Wins Martinez Shield 2-Point Margin Victory Over British Guiana NARROW MARGIN of two potett the 1 i Idone o4 ti l"! by tho foul Tnnid* %  and Hubadus. "*" "^wl cowd 7t3 point* -i "awo'id was Britlih (;uuinn • %  r^HI K^W** N ,xl *"' J ** i: with ,.itf 01 Us. *\on Ih. 'i'i'. lusnm1 Ho donated thl ;*U7 for ccmpotltio-, b-%  %  %  i years of tha iwo Wei At present Barbidos hoUJ !' % %  .11 I. .1: %  Cur* nut iha Mai PX ,h0Ot for ,ho """mr* Miiicid waj held in August, and ; here are hie scores of the con>"iii. In each case, only the six best scores count. UNI m i-ss ""• r*w O.pUIri C K NtM>u 1 5 Mr T A L Hoi-,,, 1" Mr 11 H dr Vftlrull 1M Lt. Col J Omnall ia H %  r.l ^, M M. T n IttKlnalry T5| hll IIMI MrKl.a <, %  !• %  ,. KM, Mr N. J Um„ Major F T Manlrv Ml J A Stilton Mr. r H AII,,„. Mr. O Younf Mr M A Wisrii KMHHAI-I. M>V IIOOlMll.llI FLOODLIT FOOTBALL 1 Animal, one of England' 1 to 1 LiithUng wan provldi 1 England and A < rowd of 44.000 spectators flocked to *ee lie match betwaan Division I U>D< and rUvoll Tal-Aviv. lu nUh Arsons! won by 0 goal* I by Mi 1.500 watt lampfrosn UJ„ grandstand EXPRESS RfPFRT TAN* CIIOON Taag Choon WUI Lead T'dad Tean ,ll " "< %  Mtrastaaftat) UN Oct I. liupert T.inu Choon. has been Trinidad (.uinna In ihe [nteroi lonlaJ Crii to \ '"" "' February. America's lioccing Czar Resigns 1 boxHi me, Rhodes >' "'„ u, d ,"•, ''WkeAm !" " %  "Manascrs. malch.u^npic __box.n, isssrjsLi r^isai! ~rL*nse**si£ New Cricket (James To-day < am, \.-,.ri.n.„ Mi Thr* of first DlvlMI D Intermediate games Mr is oda\y nnd fixtures and *or umpires are a* follows: — Oct. fl. 13. 20; YMPC v* I-oder at Heckles Road. Umpires: H. B Jordan and D. Mi. r. Ko.-nhfTtf Contaj 10 \. I'nll, Umpires: J. H Walcott and L, Mr i John** Wanderers at Col-. B L Burton Mil Mill IMniai* KIN. AMI Crook* at Queen's I 1 King & F %  Combertiifre rket busting Governor of New York Stwt*>i hai ordered a thorough investigaiioo lory, fcldic baju, %  cholor 1 champion, who nus been bming in New York fo many year*, has resigned his Job AihletKCuinmisMoin-i Pressure of his private law prat tu-e makes it impossible for him to carry on, and he is to be succeeded by a M Jwaff aitl ex-Marine und former sport* writer, Robeit Chrlileiiberry. The whole business of the fight racket in New York was brought to a head when 2v Georgie Floras, who had been stopped twice in three week*, was allowed to fight on the Joey Maxim-Bob Murphy bill ^1 Madison Square • • % %  a New York rule which says that lighter who has been knocked out must be cumpulsorily rested lor 30 days. Flores died as the result ol injuries in Ihe Garden fight—and the heat was on. It was after this thai 1 wrote In the Daily Exprrs: visits over a period of 14 years I have met almost every influent IlMure in the sport of rings. Ma of them aie line and hoBO limbls men. They are my Mendfl Hunk I -m theirs. "But behind them are the sail' hiircl-faced, snap-brimmed char ters. who hare done their time the State Jails of Ne w York t New Jersey, in Pennsylvania l California.,,. YOFK '•. greatest sports writer, devote-j two-thirds of his column to vindicating what 1 had written, It is safe for them to summon a,ld %  ,ven ^^"^ ",' aonu of the high-placed execuN'>w Governor Dewey 1. getting tlve. in boxing to the back booth. / i u ? h : *£ %  *? of a deserted bar -;is I saw a few mornings ago—and issue their ii-ileful instructions." My story was cabled down on the International Bo: Club, which practi illy controls 1 the United States, extfal Pacific coast. aya: -Managers, matchPress, and, by implication, on the radio. But not all the Press comment* were adverse. Dan Parker, New 1'inder. Stumps drawn at 5.30 p.m. ref IntamJ 3.30 to 3.45 p.m. P.IKIS RACING~CLl 4 and in Pan* Btnct in Portugal and Qg organized for manner. Only Kenneth Goddard and Gerald Sobers showed any form and Ihe City team was dismissed for 135. Gerald Sobers took 3 for 43 and V. Todd 3 for 41. The match ended In a dr.i w .1 lime only remained for the Country to score 41 for the loss of three wickets when slumps were drawn. The second game in the series will last three days and will begin on Sunday. October 20. at Bank Hall. a*, Out Rosado HAVANA, Oct. 5. Argentine team K W "'Ivf, Wcl,erw ^ h Champion .... Kid Oovilan of Cuba knocked out %  r .-J Bobby Rosado of I-uerto Ri • 1 % %  li a, .1 -. — A-a W.L Soccer Team for ttritain I.ONIXJN The British \ latino, following I .couraging footnas into land leadinf, British %  next season. Teams OOJM hove i tn Britain u ith marked success, some of playing barefooted, and -dl send a team LB the 1954—55 B.u.r. minute 2 seconds of the "th round of a scheduled 10 round non-title tight last night before T.000 fan* at the Sports Palace. Gavilan battered Rosado freelv in every round of the lopside bout In Ihe early rounds Gavilan rocked Rosado with right hooks 10 the body. Rosado fought namely but was clearly no match In the sixth, Gavilan rocked Rosado with a barrage of right nd left hooks. Rosado was in trouble, at the end of the session. LB the beginning of the seventh. Gavilan caught Rosado In i< corner and hammered him with %  two hand barrage that droopsM turn face forward to the canvas "lid he was counted out. Each weighed 1471 lbs. — WHAT'S ON TODAY Police Courts — l""0 a.m. Camera (Tab Exhibition at Barbados MuM-um — 10.00 sum. First Division, Intermediate and Second IHvislou cricket matches at the varloas ground* — 1 ::n p.m. CINFMAS OlStM I "Tha Seats* .1 (.n.iri las." — Via p.m ana HM p m "taw n...i.,i.,-,. -t a a %  •—••I'd Da a 1 cry" 1 1. |. ... ...I <,., riaia Klnilal lilt % %  ('• %  • %  %  *•!" — SO* p n> anS %  ..!• B.pi *i-al "**•>• la Ih. 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ESTABLISHED 1895 Tories Tipped To Win By 75-Seat Majority In New Parliament SATURDAY!*' "CTO BK H , 1951 6 cX**>*k I 1 *" l RICE: FIVE CENTS K! IIMl FI.OTIM. A "Churchill Is Too Old Says Attlee" LONDON, Oct. 5. PRIME MINISTER Clement Attlee said on Fn day night that the Labour Government had followed the "paths of peace" in its handling of the Iranian oil crisis. Opening his election campaign in West Walthamston he replied sharply to Winston Churchill's charges that the Labourites had bungled the Iranian affair. "The line taken by Churchill is characteristic. He always tries the method of personal attack on me. I don't think this method is very successful but Churchill is too old to change his methods. U.S. Blamed For Evacuation from Abadan Popular opinion polls and statistical analysis suggest barring any major change in the next few weeks Conservatives should win the October 25 election with u substantial majority in the Commons. There are no signs of a landslide yet. There are more signs I >f another close fight But all, odda seetn to favour Winston Churchill's Conservatives to win maybe with a majority of 75 to %  00 seats. King George VI still recovering from a serious lung operation held %  bedside Privy Council at Buckingham Palace tliL. morning to sign the proclamation formally dissolving the old Parliament which went through its prorogation cercmonv yesterday during its last sitting. British opinion potls have! been uncannily accurate in two previous postwar elections— 1945 und 1950. They have not yet suffered the ftitc of pollsters in Uie U.S. In the 1948 Presidential campaign. But their predictions even so are very cautious. At this early stage of the campaign, hedged with many 'Ifa". "anas* and "touts". Narrowing Gap The latest Gallup poll published today by the Liberal tfetes Chronicle showed another narrowing of the gap between Conservatives and Labourites. Today 50.5 per cent of those polls favour Conservatives. 43.5 per cent Labour, 5.5 par cent Liberals and one half of one per cent others. The Conservative lead is seven per cent today compared with 11 per cent a week ago. This is similar to the Conservative Daily Express own poll which showed Conservative popularity standing t 8 par cent higher than Labourites this week, compared with 12 per cent last week. WIWIVJ. Bn:.. and ii' the En bad BU tali mi by the LONDON. Oct. avast pro-American ;.-. weekly magazine tst blamed the Unl'ot forcing Great Bri"Middle East Munich" evacuation of Abadan. It said: "Americans have now • litItaly acquired the rights to Neville Chamberlain's umbrella". The Economist is normally strong defender of Anglo-American relations and a bitter critic of those wl,o attack U 6. foreign policy. But today the maga• T' % % %  %  !-. %  : thr V S ,,f " really substantial aid to tl>e Indo-Chinese sectoi Replace* I'etsche: — Joseph LanMl has been confirmed as one %  lo replace Maurice Petache who died last month. Lamel, an Indcpendent, was formerly Minister of Communi' ill be taken ov Due h.t who will continue fluticas Min.stVr of Public Work-. %  .aniel's elevation was decreed by French President Vincent Auriol and announced by Premier Rene n Crips* In l.oiuli.n s i Stafford Cripps. ex-Chancellor of the Exchequer arrived today from Zurich where he underwent treatment for spinal disease. It. not taking pan in i" another year." To Advise Veneiuela: — Th. British Foreign Office said that three London police Inspectors will leave shortly for Venezuela to advise the Venezuelan Government on police organisation and alning. < 'h lea to Tribune Raises Prtre— The Chicago Tribune announced today "with great reluctance" that II raise its retail price from four to live cents per copy effective next Monday. It said: "The change is made necessary by the liighat cost or everything that goes into tha making of a newspaper. a Thr e atened:—A London newspaper editor said today that forces were at work which might Jeopardise the freedom of tho Press. Cranium Deposit* | muni—The ulean Government announced that two geologists of the U.S. Atomic Energy Commission have ilxcovered uranium deposits in waste accumulated at copper and oiher mines in the back country. The geologists' report adds that radio activity also was discovered farther north in the province at Atacona. New Air Chler:—The Argentine Air Ministry said that BrigadierGeneral Oscar Eduardo Justo Muratorio. Commander of the Air Force has "ceased" his official functions. It said that BrigadlerMajor Gustavo Adolfo Hcrmansnn now Inspector General, hns been named to replace him Jets Ctillidr T.i. R.A.F. Jet Meteor lighters, flying in from the sea In a dense fog at a terrif speed, crashed head on mlo joofoot cliffs off the town of Flamborough. The third plane of the formation just managed to clear the cliff lop. The planes were believed I" be flying at more than 500 m.D-h. Both pilots were believed killed. Communists Fall Back In Korea EIGHTH ARMY HEADQUARTERS K .if. BATTERED COMMUNIST Al up Ihen > attack by I0O.WIO United %  United Nation division! ftn, isl ul Hit Rl "l.illle Sn • %  aloai K.-il —c.p. MB. CHURCHILL — He may be nm Pre" A Case Of "Shock" KOREA. Oct. 5 An unknown G.L of Ha Division came down out of the hills recently for I shower. %  shave and ;omo uninterrupted aleep. As he .passed the regimental aid station he fcM into u tine for some aspirin tablets. Thr line was long and he laid down on an empty stretcher. He was soon fast asleep. When he awoke he found he had been picked up. diagnosed as a "shock" case on" a medical tag and evacuated lo a medical collecting station. —C.F. On Murder Charge ANTIGUA. Oct. 5. At 8 o'clock last night I-f-yearold Ethelyn Whyte of Crosbys Estate was admitted to Holborton Hospital in | critical condition with stabs on the back and abdomen. The Police proceeded Crosbys for enquiry and upon investigation came u|-on tho dead body of a woman Henrietta Mwardg lying in a field of young enttnn with her head severed completely from i u to Ml At 1.15 a.m. the Police effected an arrest and made a charge of muntar on Thomas Dowdye. a labourer who i* a native of Montvenal working at Crosbys. It Is alleged that Edwards was HI Hid DM police are carry inn out further investigation surrounding the i n ptisoTi Bradley For Eorope WASHINGTON. Oct A I man of tl., told newsmen on Friday he will leave for Europe by air probably on Sunday to acquaint tl sentativeg of the Greek and Turkish linv. rnments with the North Atlantic Treaty Organs said he will ronfer in Paris with Elsenhower before going to Athens and Ankara.—U.I*. All Star Show To Help J'ca The Colombo Plan TORONTO. Oct. .* Nick Cavell. Director of the Ii ternatmnal Co-operation Dfotafc-O of the Department of Trade and Finance and Industry Minister on Friday to help n. Plan for the rehabilitation of the South-East of Asia work—Cf\ LONDON. Oct. 5. Two months of effort* since the hurricane relief fund opened here %  how no signs of flagging. Tho latest move fit the organisation ut an All Star variety show to be ; ; % % %  N by n big troupe of famous names in Show business at London's Whitehall Theatre, October 14 Performers will give their time — free, and the Relief Fund Committee, expects a gross of about £1.200 through their generosity. W*a [rattan artists ar c included In the programme along with people like Tommy Trinder. Beatrice Lillie. Gwen Catley and Hermotne Baddeley. West Indian* ttacaada Hazel Scott. Winifred Atlwell. Lo'iise Bennett. Muiicl Smith and Adelaide Hall. And Trinidad'* own All Steel perru-cstra will ho there -id star Linda Darnell who was in Jamaica on location | .it the lime of the hurricane, has promised to be there also. The Entertainments Sub-committee tried lo get Grade Fields along too. but Gracie regretted she was unable to do so. The fund to-day p a s s o d C 100.000. Many contributions of £500 and over arc still coming in. A BRITISH FLOTILLA Of Uir* all cruise Photo show. Dam-li ni-ati. L*nilim help. —DO NOT MlTODAY— Ami prwv. ack Ill.lSl U Arthur J Caddie 1 00 PupUa of St. BartbalaIMWI Olrb' Bchoul MS A. O. %  *> •II.ISSX3 Hurrioune Heads For -Ma&sucliu4^Uh WASHINGTON. Oct. 4 The Atlantic hurricanecharge*! northeastward to-dav along th< Atlantic coast .ind wa.s expected l> hit tinNan tucket ana I areas of M a s sa c husetts with 40 U< 50 mph winds this nft^i i to-night The W< isuJ Hie storm was centred 220 miles cast or Horfoak, Virgjni,. n d moi northeastward at 8 to 10 mpli v highest winds o( 78 to 80 mph Dear the centre .iml outward as far a> 250 mile north and cast. The hurricane whirled off tha Vuginia and Carolina coasts for 24 hours after claiming at leant one life, battering scores of hi lets and causing more than ffjOM.flvtl damage in Florida. It then swerved out V< ns up speed. %  —U.P. Ml J: HI li j MOItRINO.N The Position of Britons Was Intolerable Says 3forrison LONDON, Oct 5. Foreign Secrctaiv HerU-t Morn-on replli-*! on Friday t.. pie interviews of the slafT o| id, Angio-Irani.in Oil CO v.ho said on return to England on Tbursda> night they would h.ivc %  pared toremuin In Abadan as long a* the ilrlti h Ciovernmcnt wanted them to. 'His Majesty's OofWIlttMMU wi.li to make it dear.'' Morrison said In his statement It io withdraw the BrtUifa staff was taken in the ILgJil of reports from the Company's management in Abadan confirmed by thou n Msvwd from ii M COI at Kori..mshahr The position nl the Ilntish stall has been rendered virtually mtoler.ible by Hie .,lion t.f the Persian Government and ti %  staff weic not prt'pared to n'lnaii. at Abadan i*yond October 3 unles< they could be eoabnd • Ihou |ob and thenh %  baruji in attitu Persian (:..• %  %  in -—tvr. Empire Sugar Production Drop Expected irreai o. ova <*. r .. > .4, M I.ONDON. Oct. 5. With the exception of MauriU' i to coi,. %  titute a n.\. racoi iintish Com!. stUBU i ,n> prodiictii •! '• %  i to ihOW an ..veull %  ng to Hie latest sugar market likow IJmitcl. ui weather conditions III \ South Africa and tha ly affected in the CniH'.m ,inluightei with Cuba t*> poctad in ,t aaj t,, i„„fc ( ilM ,,, portant addition lo hi-, curnnl •ar'.s rait put. iiNir beet progpi > better than those fur OHM production has l>een hit I I.lUstart and unseasonable i %  ;. La tha yt R %  iniKluctioii. dagsslta i icallhy crop, will do v.ell ,l || 'I'UHIO tons or 177,000 lorn <:.on's except ton d yield the rapoit says. Ai thf tnoment It would aan IB' %  nugur output in Euro (eluding Soviet Ruvsia. may iwtwefii 700.000 .UIH soo.non'tMii. %  beat production I .Hubstanllal fall" Han output will not %  t'.un the moid level of lasl • ulting cans will have lo m DlMd Irran one source M iKilhei if tho current rate ftf consumption Is In be maintaii*.!' %  JI tna report. "At the moment • % %  I in ; iittiimen emphasis on the poaJlblllly of a largei OTOp MI Cufat than on the leduced output aniielpated In Buropfl' 1 Cargo Ship Sink19 Men Miuing NtW YORK, Oct. a. Five ,-umvunt of UUJ 3,3^3-toii Up ooauhcra nu which broke In half and sank 40u inlla oil CaUrleston, South CaruUna with 24 men aboard were rescued according to the coast guard. They aald five wcie picked up by liic frciglilcr iharUme Lyk>\ whuii li at the scene. Th. i.dn-tl n may possibly ; i^tit more survivoi.t. 1 a • iieighters Ui UKarea, the Coast Guard cutter (hrrokf ami two i td plaoM wasa pecding lo a**i-i b tha search for moncrawl —rr RIDGWAY ACCUSED ItyRtxU 11 >K\I>. th-i %  . fUcurway*) plan !< chanasi tha MI O i'.. Km.-an tm.'c UUJ %  WnpUOfl than tlicv havi bean foi i \ Radio IVipmg. ofttcial propaganda QfgU for Red China, said lh.it Rldgv posal In change thr ghyon If nothing new < MmununMU inalsi thore K %  %  *i 'i conferen.-t All exi haiucc of QaMi y 1. in lx*tecu l Vinuiiunlit war* Inn %  • IKIIII II BUUfl an,I pfguj Teh llu and tha t'N C.irmiimiil.. Ml nothing but tti p I of both The Red.-, turned down SOnghym as a compromise site and said tn< proposal lo move frnni Kae?.on %  M \">t< of reaaon." Kidgway iiniiwdistely askad tl> Reds to pick their own eaSBpp mise site .in.) aajutasj ilicm Hi nwetings would lie iwsuoNd then %  •romptly If it was "acei i linn Without a substantial chamc in the 'tand nf one side or tbi other in thia Mpiabhlc OWSg 'M < nii|, itr. there appenr. in* change of a nugaiHaliil pea, •ooti In the Fur Bust IT bitterly to hoi imruer. aft multa I... > rn" < l to have baaow Pyongyang North Korean ipital. Sui>ciforimses oul ahead "' UN k'round forces and blasted the cenii. ol l'>i'iigysng. They dumped %  %  '. hombs on a 1,200 foot steel railway bridge across the Taedong river which bisects the He.I aplta-l. Superfortresses reported only .iitl-airrraft Are and no lighter opposiUon. All returned safety to thatr base. At the same time U.S. jet fighters shot down on* Soviet built Ml<: 15 Jet and damaged another In two battles rtlMSaal Korea A total of IM planes tra*k part in two dog-fight-. In one U.S IgJi w*Cfj out-numbered nearly ihree to one. All U.N. jets returned to their bases. FT. Canada Hopes To Expand B.W.L Trade Kiug Abandons Australian Tour i ANI1ERHA, Oct 5. King Cieorge VI decided to lndni, his sehedulad tour of Australia nest year following the ill-ration for tin* removal of all part of hi* lung, authoritative • nice* said. Princen Elisabeth and the >..kc a* Edinburgh will make the our Instead of the King. The sixteenth medical bulletin •sued since King George's operi. K ftnproveneiit coullnuea." — XV. \rmsBill Sent Batk Henator Tuft Will Soon Decide WASHINGTON. Oct. 5 Robert Tart badlcaied today that he will decide soon whether to become a candidate for the 1952 Republi %  dential Nomination I S tsterd.i/ was asked to enter rtavonsln pre Idaotlal Primaiy next April, said In a %  Hi %  > majority of Id-publu an* really want DM to —t .f. APPROVE BILL WASHINGTON Oct I Houn approved a revori. I peacetlnM t&fittjmMo mllltarj j-.pending mil on |ing warned that Mad i M xpensive" road to viclon BftataMle v.. %  poos. H The COnioronUss Rill carries funda tot Uie Army, Navy and Air Force lor ;12 months ending nexl June 30. -tr. AFFILIATION TOKYO, Oct. S A brief announcement by IVipiug Radio rnonilored hare re •porlc.1 on Saturday tbi Ubention Army ha ; itself 'as a whole'* to lib a-t Friendship Asaoela Hon. — U.P. A-Bomb Is A Revolution TODAY'S WEATHER CHART Sunrise : 5 46 a.m. Kunset: 3.54 p.m. Moan : New Lighting: con p m High TMa: S.tZ mm.. 7.2t pum Low Tide: 1X1 art* 1*4 P-m. \r'i M ill inlrrtrpUiro would fare 'iii"-.i lavadbu bombem said "The atomic bomb lo not n devrlopmenl II la a rr\,.|„ lion There's no rsmparsble rev.duli.ni on the side of defence* The impression wa lliit li,| It \.F v.illi UM I" I mount niUiion of defendhu Bril in .,, h. :.. t Mlle.l counter operjilons ndgbl do well enough aialnst conven-Uenal homhlni The aUrsnic hasnb a. sMthcr %  utter Whole air foree ean'l lie slopped and thr planes thai grt Ih root li mlaht be thr oneo wllh atomic bombs. (llu-.. creat new warplane, nvvt sllll In fartorle* rr urtenllv needed. An "Hirer viid Uie living factor in Uie situation today la the I'.K Uralerir air command and the I v stockpile of dam,, baatha For tha number one job In a war wllh Russia. n" i ill. an atomic war. would be to defeat the Red air forre on It*, home ground, that la to kiHH U out illi %  In-tall i lion-i ami in t", h II would nut Ire enough lo uail passively for Red iHnnlurs and try to plik them fl wllh fishier planet. vntl-aircrafl u-tllhrrv jllhoufh Britain la al-o • On page 7 Ol l-AWA. <->cl 6 Phi artttosd dr-.p In BrlUtr iiollar reserves has virtual eliminated Canada's hopes f. iela*Uoii in Britain's Import mi troll but (here was sllll hope th it would not affect plans expand trade with the flitii | Sri Indies. : ma to-day th u nlill weie hopeful that tlic plan to iden the Cannda-B.W.I trade lilni.ili/ati.ai iMngraiiiine will i-. pprnved by tha llrltlsh Colonial 1 m %  I Ihe ve.n li.;cli*erl howevei thai another scheme to Increaie qm*t.ili ; UM Canada Brit-ni tofe) shipment plan has bari by tho deteriorated eeonoanlc poait t on in Britain. A conferenic ;ilined ut Increasing B.W.I, puj chases In Canada through increa-ed allocutions ol dollars by Britain wna held hero last spring An was reached to boo..', quotas on Canadian exports which H.W I will illi IIM minkets. -ue upprrivod on Friday all hut one proviiloti of the S7.4H3,4nO.O0<) ForHgn Aid BUI and •ent this arms economic assistance pmgramnic h.irk to the Senate. The roll ill vote was 234 to 08, The House refused to accept the provision voted by the Senate to make the mutual security Administrator a director of the mport bank—-U.P. X)uake Felt In Antigua • (••a Oat Ow C.f.r"*"i" AfTHGUA Aii earth In-mor lnstlnsf about was felt in Antigua at 10.02 pm. on Tuesday, October 2nd The "ADVOCATE" py> for NEWS Dial 3113 Daj or Nifhi ITS THE TOBACCO THAT COUNTS



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aaal aaaaaaj SATURDAY, OCTOBEB , 185! St. George Hear From 2 Candidates A LARGE crowd last night attended the political meeting of the Labour Party in St. George, in support of the candidature of Mr. E. W. Barrow and Mr F. E. Miller for membership to the House of Assembly at the next General Election. Mr. Miller .said that it was not have to wait for God's good %  n ago on the same ipot time for that because while In (that he told them he was there. England, he pointed out. he used j win a seat for the Labour to lake time off fro.ii his studies r r i£_ nd lney h *** u cceeded in to make protests against the | making his words com* true. He wrongs tbol were done against iv happy that night la colonials. %  seeing the many faces of people labour — Capital I that he had come to know so | well. Indeed he felt that he was "*H would have heard It said, [talking to his own family at home SflJd M %  '• Barrow, that labour and | in speaking to them capital must work together and Mr. Miller then went on to mat W w no P 0 '" 1 '" P JtUn *' %  give his listeners some account '. WQ 1 ".^ our men ,n lhe Hou * *>' told them how he had tried to his proposition. %  tget four baths erected in the M r. Barrow went on lo wmtUm parish rnr the use of the peopU' that the condition* under which %  Her ne had discovered some the capitalist existed were hostile fining under • standpost. evito the improvemenl of the nil/, he stated because of the standard of living of the people at distance of the standpost and hostile to the majority of i their homes. This like working people not only In this I other things he had planned island, he declared, but in any the improvement of the social other Island in which there was iditlons of the people and had capitalist set-up. arnestlv tried to carry them out He had decided to throw In his iut had met some opposition. lot with the labour Party because Two Representatives hv % %  a %  % %  %  *. He was not going to make any a|K>logy IrIIARKAIMIN U.Vi't Ml PAf-i; SI\IS K Gasbaiar* *a %  %  • utmf.,11 than eitlu-i Right now the R.A.F. which of Uasja, Bui with ihe 12 pait*. also has ihe task of contributing of rain that parish had. some re to the ;,|Ii.-.l H-JJI ,,| Mieels were Hooded, matching Russian ulr powei In • • Ihe West, is (lying pUnc inferior Balaa and water toilets nr.to those of the U.S.. and nuTro balni Inatalled ii tin Si I'.-t.iimportant, to Russia's. lUmhOUM tm the male inmates Not Combat Units Ihirant Boiee of Upper Carlton. %  s only one VaUaDi Dying Si. Jamaa, was lined $24 payable -hen Chancellor of the in monthly instalments of $4.8(1 Ciilskejl ami when he a/M oOtW leU d on Weti-. "• IU,K art I ia< (..-Hllns. rriHn HrlliUi Qulan^ S B Aksu Puritan. MSI *•'< %  • <••> C. pi. KBM. frum s, IlKI'AltrirNf* M V Lady Joy. M toi^Mr Si i urla S.-ho...ici UaniteUy II Jli lOW .i %  i- cna ana, am will be Imprisoned for two month~. This fine of $24 was ehtefl] i SEAWELL -*l\\H\ the six lines imposed by Mr. Nurse at Di'tnct "E" on Monday and Britain*! new Hawker rn JMWednesday to $42.00. the best lighter m uxislei.,' The next highest fine w as one of %  IMHII Oar Oai ( <.iiripiiii'iiii GEORGETOWN. B.G. Oct. S The Governor has been formally re ~ notified under the Trades Unions _. than Ordinance that a dispute exists ireuaftttaacas batwaan Iba government as emt that was not th.right uttiployers and Government eme. They should all try lo help pioyees. The action loUowed a he fight for the advancement meeting of the General Council the underdog. Th*.banish' the Federation of Unions of the orated SpiUlie-, and Hurricanes nt of snobbery should be made Government Employees embracing then were like their superson officials say, and it undoubtedly $8.00. imposed on CheM. i !iel,i can exceed 700 miles per hour Bailey of Ml. Gay. St. Lucy, who and perform astounding revoluwas found guilty on a charge oi lions—the same gees for the new wounding. Hailey was given seven Vickers-Supreme Swift. days In which to pay the line and in default, he will undergo one HHi n.,. But they ate a long way from and Canadian Sabres. The cele, clfort by all' who indulged K.OOO members including transport and Post Office workers, the Pub%  "Labour has biought to you he Works Department, water hlversal Suffrage," said Mr. supply and sea defences, muses liller. "the God-given right of and other medical employees and cry man and woman to say subordinate employees of all Deho should represent htm or her. parlments. |Then you vote you will be deterThe General Council decided the ^^ning what form of education cost of living increases recently yaur children should have and in announced by Government are What condition you should live, "inequitable, inadequate and unit i* :iic greatest thing that could acceptable". Under the Ordinance Happen to you, make use of your the Governor must appoint a apii-irtunity wisely." committee to discuss the situation Mr. Barrow told his .listeners with the employers and workers, tha' he liai 1 1 cue God's good within the month. A formal Jaime." He a* using that exnotification of the existence v t the p,es.n.ii trfxau*e two years ago irat j e dispute was also sent to the tfifrhcn he was in England, he was Labour Commissioner. scandalised when he took up a newspaper from Barbados and — Ircad something about the "Holi[?£, & h iffi„^ l fcJ"*Sd UX-WJ. ExUa-Murol Tutor For Leewards In Antigua %  I r.m Osr 0B < •'" immil'iii %  ANTIGUA Mr. L. Short newly appointed Tutor for the Extta-Mui.il De%  fhrough the House of Assembly, 11 Hill to grant aahollday with payto every worker in this colony. %  Thai Hill went to the Legislative %  Council and a man cnlled Cuke h;ni said that maybe it was %  Axxl idea but not yet. 1 did not have to wait for partment of the University ColOod's good time before I realised lege of tihe West Indies (Leetbei the only salvation for a man ward Islands) has arrived in •a DIM island, no matter to what Antigua. 'hiring the past four %  •l he belonged to or what months since Mr. F W. Cases aecupation he did. as long as he departure. Miss Nora Siflect has %  3 not belong to the plantocracy .bedn deputising in conjunction he had to identify himself with with her work of compiling an %  rwissc* of the people." He did economic survey of this island. Swift and Hawker descendants brilliant designs but not yet combat air forces. a m 1 TOUMBA1 I %INl I M Mdnloah. l-% Klrton. MmiH f Iram HHAH'A r.iii..n ittnahs <... 1 %  ran. TUNIDAI1: t I'oudlUI. K IS.nilh-r M IW-nnrl', r Ptiippa, i. n.hcr. a Datoi, Iran ST. LUOSA: Rdwm AiUiurluri. Marl* Arlhurtuii v.nion VIUIU. Alvln Myrra, Atli a-baaaaan, Kannrih CarnUrnMl. liam PUKBTO month s imprisonment. The othft '""ll Gwendolyn Tlnnnpao... WHbvrl i j(i „„,! %  %  Cortln. asbll l.ohaw. Cyill .80. The, wer. ,„r n„, ." pp "„ SSSS Sgl K" "* at a major road, black guarding. '• %  " •' % %  iti-slstlng an island constable and • > IMdtan • %  I..JI.U RMbBTi • Gansn. Calll ( •1..".!".%  %  Capo Arnia • • i %  1 %  Uai> Adanu, %  %  City Uf Ataaam, 1 I %  %  %  ' -.Ml %  Molttoan. %  %  Allanta H..un*i. ~iiros. vM smooihaad inilllMMi la fmian-T %  > I ..[-HI Look forth*namoo tttast puii. T. ..1 in. 1 OBAMT 1 TO. %  %  I Umattaa B r ,i l .l> Rmtnoy 11.1. William II Wilnwr. %  IjtaKPurfiaa. %  %  Bkitfrina IhaudrU. I I Thru. Till-in.. Hi MAIL NOTICE Aih-i Wlllla rHUnmi Will br .l.rd Ihr 0^>**V'VO'>OVVVO'--*^'*^^',^-,',V>V^'-'-***.V#^^V>0'.. Wm. FOGARTY (BARBADOS) Ltd. r types to something 'ultn. like Ihe Hawker. —(tl.P.l itl %  Sugafmen Off To London to Sunday before they are cleared During that time, all sorts of refuse (111 llicm up to the log which at times is not larking in foul odour. The resident wondered If it GOBld be made possible for the cans 10 %  < %  1 Bspflad early every DWntni ; France Guilty $2m. Co., To Work Gold Mine In Venezuela KINGSTON. Oct. 5. Hon.. Harold Robliubn of Trinidad. II. A. Cuke o( BnrbaSialHv ,, ,',' '," 'T ,',' J"K '" %  '"" >HXtl.ri.Uollofllun.. inediatcly to dltcuss thp British R .hta. In a cable to Trvirvi. I li G,en,„,ent dUMtto of rearn ? clp Mlniiler aJuh 'K M S? r^Too^ndVdoWofo,. p "' "'•' •"' the Mor,i"o tween the united Kingdom and hiv the Common wealth.' Klrkwood who flies to England Egyptian action resulted from on Sunday will argue that the H decision bv the Political Cornsteeply rising costs the farmer mittcc of the Arab League Aral, has to meet will justify Jamaica sources here said Egypt Is likely t-> receiving a very substantial inpress during the Assembly for full crease In the present sugar price, independence of French Morocco —c.p. —r.i*. FOR MEN 'Celaneie iporti Shirts are popular lor both work a J iliy becautc the/ look and feel good and are r -> --irnlcai. Mide from 'Celancsc' Jertey. the/ are obtainable in various vludct and tliet. SPORTS SHIRTS ATHLETIC UNDERWEAR GEORGETOWN. Sept. 27. WITHIN A MONTH or so more than $2 million (U.S.) will be invested in gold just a little off British Guiana in the Amacuro Territory of Venezuela. Owner of the Polvo de Oro mine shortly for Venesuela with mafvhich covers 5,000 acres Is Mr, chlncry und general supplies TbS :niique Stoll. a Guianesc inteiCorporation plans lo construct a neter attached to the Venezuelan 42-mile road from Koriabo on th? "insulate in the Colony and ha left bank of theAmacuro Rivet eased the mine to an American to the mine, as well as houses for utfit trading under the name the staff The Corporation will emmc ., dmM P | 0CC i hiWrln uii Vm'ir >! the Amacuro Mining Corporaploy 25 per cent. West Indian kiai.a*. ao that ih-y tunciion poorlr ion headed by Mr. Bryce Uttle. labour, and 75 per ceol Venc"^-"-J ^ D U,rfflK SZaW^"' \merlcan banker and lawyer azuelan Offices will be set up in „ KM -^, u to \ Wn •.e,.dit and with Mr. Charles Q. Caracas and in Georgetown. !" £ j!*? r 7 1 ,^ oe ror Wa Vech, Civil Engineer as a partner. Mr. Beech and co m pan ion s mrm taetoifli, imie.1 u* The Corporation has acquired now in Trinidad and Mr. Stoll R^^^atA^ifff Sf? 2?.H :„ oil screw vessel "Shirley" will be leaving B.C. to join, them K n ^; n V."iV-\-';", n h ^U""? hich is now lying in Port-ofthere on Sunday to complete n-_>ipidn Harbour and will leave gotlaUons. Kidney Trouble Causes Backache. Getting Up Nights ...-''"V'" 1 '**llng out o-.„ Mhl>. or aun>r from Imaln-aa, Nervi>uanaa, llarkacha. I*J'aina. HwiAT-11 Anltli*. Kti.uxnMKi.1. Ilurplnic 1'"Riaaa. k> Aridity, <* U. B of KnSWai f-l old b#for yo,,r ttaBH, Kl.ln"la->na rilly ptni.i~t prat ... i>. Hundreds and bundreda nmnay laik C,ilr. .S in n.l.i. mid tag |rfi>icia y> No Pay -. • %  •• of C,t. go— •IphM vour lildr,. va ,. Ma. Qulrkty, ttlla im>k. lr*w again And H urriaii r. thai Cyan, will naii a (, ly they aah you U iry li vU.klg.r-M-. V-.II ba nM .(|| .ullan-.l j.,,1 iMV j >/,.„..,..,!, HHEUMATISM Cyitex!! BARCLAYS BANK (DOMINION. COLONIAL AND OVF.RSF.AS) Inform their Clients and Friends that they have installed a Private Telephone Exchange at their offices in Broad Street, as from 8th October. During husiness hours for all departments DIAL No. 5151 Week Days after 4 p.m. and on Saturdays after 12 noon — DIAL :— General Office Foreign Exchange D.'pt Collections Dept Manager's Office S1S2 5153 5154 rJcAnlta parl of avti y nidi.'.|'n~ ( l V mud,' <>f transport. Whether for business or pleasure and fur daily rxirusi' has no equal. A HUM. WHITWOKill BICYCLE is the complete answer u all travel problems. Vmi will find exactly what you require in the .. Ill IM.I WHITWOKTH RANGE mtinixs IHSI iii< %it Ti.ivel the road to health and litness on a Dicycle. but ht it be a BIAKU DONT TRUDGE IT III IM.I IT. 0 -'•>•+***,'*',',',',',**',',•,',;',•,'.-. HOUSE OF COMMONS mm The Speaker's chair, all seating throughout the Chamber, galleries and lobbies and every otherarticle of upholstered furniture throughout the new building are equipped with mm lAt Original /....'.-.•.Poam CUS/J waning •,*4C it M.ri.rt v... a !(•> t-.i..-,.^., %  ,„ 4 c l,f, CIU1 ,4 i fa (DUN onno DivniONi. )ONl ISMNfW SOrlO .miir WAITON, LIViPPOOL rouNocns or THI LATIX FOAM Wash yaui' do.; this easy, Wealthier way, .; . ,. %  %  COOPER CEDDES GRANT Ltd. Agents HAVE roi II rov imiu H KMW % % % % %  MmACBM '.*"////.'.V.V.'AW,* ion 30A.SSEV II mills m/rr UK A W niESEE nt n ion? Shipimi.ti ara one* again coming forward and >ou arc advised lo book early. NOTE SOME OF THE MAIN FEATURES 8 cyl 42 B.H.P. PrlRKINS Heavy ruty Diesel En-if Replaceable cylinder liners Press button Starter ii geurs licit Pullry l< Power Take-off LalflMa Hour-meter Steel wheels are obtainable fur ploughlnt: whilst for really heavy gulnif 'half-tracks" ...tble. THK TROUBLE FREE TRACTOR BACKED BT OUR SERVICE ORGANISATION COURTESY GARAGE lioiiriu' T IIIIM LIMITED.—Ageata. 8 While Park Koad Dial I



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SATURDAY. OCTOBER I. 19S1 BARBADOS ADVOCATE CLASSIFIED ADS. !" Z" ALES "^ Tew mil pa* afarie .la*, , I — fc l'\.l M.I TELEPHONE 230 For Births. Marriage %  hers* I. (3 •> 1 up lo V) and • (thU p.' •Mili^>l OT1 TniM c *>t and |l M en Sunday M> asp/ miaMt < wn up to H. and S MMU POT WPtf. on • eeh-tUyi -".!,( %  S .d*\. f.i( FOB SAU REAL ESTATE OII HIM %  (IVIRYWM Mini I nurses FWIjr tUTBhUMd Dl.1 BX-f 14 1 11.—I f r iww— *-4t,. PUD f'l *SKI Oi Seplembcw MM Colour. P Scaly Cl-iae < %  <•<<"&*< *on M Sarriuel Ci>r*at %  (. m-riry Ch Ch AM n_in l\ MKMORIAM UN: In hmlnd mnnoiy o( U Jeeaar. Cain who wn railed lo ml oi Ortotoer HI ISeP No \imfmust ana monrnm vvee-i> Nor rail departed Christian, dead Tor drain li hallow, d Mi sleep. And rifiv (rave bec o me* a bad Maifc'a Girls Srh.-il Staff and PtspiU I 411 To the Sorted Mam." I Mr | rfe JeasKa fan. i>n fell -leap II' Jr.u. V" UlidHi tfatli IMS Btie wa Kind. gentle n.i Ihetrr— Ska gay* hai all In Ihe am., of OSRB, She ta not dead. Ond ..-.lied Her Ms hunter service Thy a.111 be done. She la mlaaed by all who V"e her Al-a>. IO be .rineinbered bv -Maria.. C-iln. MM McCIean . aiea j f~nup AUTOMOTIVE CARSOne IMT Chevrolet Style aiaser. and ease IMS Ford r"rfe.i He", aie sound rondltHm mm IhroMdji DM d %  %  M bMfpaaa •f ..m.ia fruH crew Tr.-tn, U W , aWn, Mr* Wtiasri Apply M Mra %  all *M Call at OTlaaaar. a "A Maow. %  ... % % %  -tt a* r • Iddl MOTOR CYCLX-BS.A. UP c r, IPtl Made. ffpM. .*. at Kvandala. Lower Mn Avanua. o> Pnotie—4TP> lor parttrular. J in Jl_|t. • aa H of laorf > C. ft.*. '!*• -C Roam No do** Dt* T .Ved Oallei MOTOR CYCUK—AxH Moar CyrW >*• •p*In FraPne. Ihe a-orld'm moal eamrotiaMw Mkd mmm alan Pranri-Ba.ieti Maa Undarwood typewriter. an altaa. lorn carrlace. atandard. and portablea Sacond hand machlita* (roi-i PW and for rant. BHADtHAW CO i ie U i" S-2S0 epaci VeeandaH I — — ELECTKICAI. CLIMAX ELECTRIC WASHING MACHINES-A .mail .htpmani oi Ihe..juat received Iron* Canada and at ppl prlca ..I eMIl) repi<-.e-t. mitnm ., Dial-JSH or 4T1I DA COSTA a I lwi-anm -The wadta o* hr-ne-n.t.er-hip ope. rlle-a rreaaurea of earn lent man t. wrur.! PtapOTt and preatla* f or tntlr f -m „ %  Aiy ora of thaaa bomet badav 111 Bawmem Dwellmfhoiiae %  Stan*. Wd on . arraa of tend, haa all model Stall, lor IB fpni and Iruit traa> ideal invaMmeri, foi a dairy | III Marahvula Three-roof aoue • alone Bank Hall Main Road. SModind . 11" of an area haa all modem ronva... I>I One l.uperty Challel houaa i *r*t b T-edaida Road Standinc pa I PT M) ft of land ' One Properl):— Three-roaf houae rMnad-aa.WaaN IWad 1 I of an acre -ill. : Par "uii in. And mai FtAT. %  #_ t bt iU aaaaa. Verandah and |a :i %  reran aid litrhenaata. aa>H Rinp • %  la $1— \r H.mnar !. KDUCATIONAL l MVFmiTV COLLEGE or Tilt WElsT INPIEf* M.lri. illalliTi Rr.|iilrrmenl. Slutlfnta and olhf>r intprfrtl IP*oris sw hereby nntined tha! ""'i" M the MutrictilJtton Rfv quirf-m-Tila in nnd sflfr 1*52 foi thUn.if.rtMv CVUfaj* of |he >t ItirlMat msy br rHitatntx* %  TfMT) the Deparlment of Educsiton. ..The OatTlajiL si Michsp] Pupils •* Qovernmeni Aid*** S€vnndry Schools miiv oMsin .nfurmsllon cnnrernlng Mslricui.Hion lUqulrvriMHUs fiim ihr ; Mead* of their Schools nepanmem of Education 2th Sfaaff-mhet. IflSl ADVFRTISi: /% THE ADVOCATE SHIPPING NOTICES A Grand Vnirr o[ Sonjis \ Durr ivm P ft /oaten NI nvn %  „., fr..ip.. alas. %  r-u-a \ Ladinf for Iranaii -im. Laenard ai For furlhar par' rVRNWS WITHT a> C DaCOSTA S. CO. LTD r..^..i-ii it-..' i a in n | — i'i:ii*iu.\.\i. Id m.arlf roaponi run rrovt i %  Inif bet-di.v i > rrrnl llul Wellriah.Hi.r %  'i I SM 4 10 SI 3n Eiri-THIC STOVr Amerapan Electric 1 Burner ilh drill and lake new Pnone ]|i-> tip ||_ rKIUIDAIRE One I I.I eieiln. rrttjldjli-e "ItH %  elaln Cabtnet Apply idler. TrI No PUII TURN ITU ItK FOR SALE '-*-**-.*-'.'.'-',-.'WV/.'-V/zV, -' ^: Canaidnea..TaIa M ; %  .%;•.;::•*:: % %  .;•.:'•.' -.,''. HARRISON LINE oi luxitn rmiM nir t'Mtrn KINGDOM Land and Buildings formerly occupied by Ihe West India Biscuit Co.. Ltd. situated in Spry Street, Bridgetown. # %  '#• /. .' %  >/*.. v npplff In — K. R. Ill \ 11; A to.. I.id. I.ont'r llrtMll .Sirn-r S.S stMOLAR SS "SCULPTOrl From %  I Lrarc* 23th Aut: Due BOefM I IlihOel. 1 %  N.-v 9th Hn\ mmi w MIL MMllll I MTU. KIM .HUM SS SCHOLAR' SS "TRIBESMAN I .-.. %  I Oft %  BfJ 0,r STEEL FVRNITURE Complete f ia-,1.2. w" !" Seb' .i£Z* "' ""' '" ^nl > %  • including Senior Waller Mayrork 'Son-inj L(l|ar Et%i-uliva Doaka. Tntata li Turaan i n piia |pri, J,. luuonary cupboard., filing CaWnat.. bacullte Chair*. Tvpi.la Cha On dtnplay at K R HINTE a> Co Ltd Now Showroom. Dial—JIM or MIT. a 10 Sl-an Grind children • Tl ART—In loving .... loved huaband Herbert t-.anrit : who died on October 4. IMS Two yeara ago ou obeved lh. And loft me lo go in watch < •li.WAI.COTTIn loving mamary dear belovrti mother Einallnda Wal cotl who diad on Oriobar let IMS Whan ana we loved <^.,i le** Her home. But in our heart we I'or itinlur Inrnrniiliiili ip|il> lo . DA COSTA & CO., LTD.—AjcnU ^ Alcoa. ^'^^PCO STEEL n'RNITURa: Largoat af eteel lurnllur* In Ihe Island Includaa Oflire Draai. Piling CabinetTiling Tray. Cupboarda. Wall -.are*. Typlat Chair.. Eaay Chain, Table* atr At RALPH BEARDS Showronma. Ian?r Bay Street ft 10 M Jn M i\ VORK 'I RVICI IMl %  ver Pa be reman)* Jaenea and atr. OTTUNMin NOTICE ROYAL SANITARY INMIH II LXAMINATIONS. The annual examinations of the Royal Sanitary Institute v. ill inhold in Barbados from the 19th— 24th November. 1031. Candidates will be accepted for the Certificates for Sanitary Inspectors, Health Visitors and School Nurses and Tropical Hygiene. Candidates desirous ol ukln. the examination for Meat and Other Foods Inspectors will have to proceed to Trinidad to take th. examination there during, the week 12th— 18th November, 19S1. All application forms duly filled In and accompanied by the appropriate fee should roach the Honorary Secretary not later than Slst October. 1951. Particulars and forma may be obtained from the Honorary Secretary, Department of Medlca Services. The Whnrf, Brldaetowr 8.10.51--Sn. GIFT SHOP QHH %  pweatUfg, -nd To.' Call Mm itjipti MaraTa lm and fliO Shop, where Ihere I* a large vnyirO N..I lorgelllna tha ranrau* Sebal Steel Toya. Alao Shell """ %  lalpll 1 ...Id. I lu : In yy^''i^y£t<-y'-<£^~^I OH KALI-: WORTHY DOWN TOP ROCK Having three bedrooms with connectin*; toilet.-: md baths, lounge-dining room, large front balconies, breakfast balcony, modern built in kitchen, two-car garage, servants' quarters and laundry Fully enclosed with all conveniences Including telephone. For quick sale — nearest offer to £4.500 : mortgage available for hilf amount. Apply to RALPH A. BEARD I .Hu-r Bay Street Phone 46S9 "WESTWOOD HIGH SCHOOL" Jamaica, R.W.I. 1 I lass Boarding School for girls. Wanted. Graduate lie a dm pure** with experience In Bearding Schools, tu lake up duties as early as poMible 1652. School strong Chri'U.m tnditlon. Cool rlim.ite. Salary according to scale. Apply by air mail with Testimonials etc. lo Rev. I. C PARSONS. Chairman Board of Governors. irt Toen. P.O. Jan 4.1(151 ,*.V.VJW/rt-AvW.V WINSTON CfH'RlTIILL — THE SECOND WORLD WAR — Volume IV THE HINGE OF FATE At Johnson's Stationery I IKI'IMIH KIT.tS At Johnson's Hardware VAV#V/;V///***V/.W/ FURNISH Home & Office TIM MMIIP. Savini) Uav Badataadb. with Style to Keep your smile— Monrla. Tub and other Fashion Furniture for your Drawing Boom Tables. sjalatjoarSi, %  MBJ 9 other Dining R CabUieta I and Ru.n Chalra. H and mahcdianSBPl I weerbir. Chain —I 8 up. ,.,.. Be Hope Mala |1 ta rrvm---------'%  %  % % %  •' L. S. WILSON DIAL ausa $ si*nv sTurrr DIAL > VACANT P(ST OF MATRON. MATERNITY lin-l'l I \l BARBADOS, li \\ I Applications are Invited for the post of Matron, Maternity Hospital. | Barbados. B-W.I. which will become vacant on March 7th. ID52 The posi Is on Agrcemeni for three years in the first instance and 1* renewable. Applicants for the post should possess the following qualifiriitlons and experience:— (a) State registration of nurses in the United Kingdom. )b> Certificate of the Central Mldwives Board of England and Wales. it) Three to five years experience in practical midwifery, preferably in an acceptable institution. "<••"... Itu C. is Company'* Pn| HHIM tnriMJCh'.ut Sat.inlay with the war* of runnvliiK the lela RaturM Da., if th* work !• to bf pitted before We.l-.. .he loth IIWI.II are requested tu ro-operate asked to temember that the burnerused until Thursday morning the Uth when the Sew II be In the Dipt TIMIKRS FOR SHOPS AT THE PINE HOUSING AREA TENDERS are requested from persons who are desirous of erecting and running a .bop. or shops, at the Pine Housing Area. Two sites are at present available—No. I ate is on a vacant spot in an area where new houses have been creeled recently, UMnfOra I'ill tie necessary to erect a building in keeping with the Ings. No. 2 site Is on a decanting area, and the removal of an eslsling shop from an .ivcrcrnwded area will be considered In the ease ul site No. I, a plan of ihe proposed shop Including attached reslil.i,. iif desired, should be submitted sbowliv and design of the building and the materials to be used. For site No. 2. full particulars of lh. aaM end the structural condition of Ihe shop to be removed will be required. The type of business to be carried on should be stated In either ease The question of land rent will be decided on when the lease for the spot is considered. Tenders should be addressed to the Manager and 3ec-elary, HeuaIng Beard, Ihe Garrison, and should reach that officer not later than the i5th of October. IMl. For further particulars ai p'y to Ihe above mentioned officer. 22 D.5'— 3n PKINTKII AMERICAN CREPES SI.S9 per yd. LADIES' HAIR BRUSHES 7tk. Each KHAKI DRILL From 98c. per yd. CENTS' WATCHES SJ 50 up ALL OTHER SHOES : 10% Off POTS' SPORT WIIRTS SS.-. Each BED TICK S9c. up HEAVY CANVAS 7e, — ||.M per y d. Ifeaw Quality CALICO VI. |ier yd. BROCADES (low! Quality He. per yrl. SPUN SILKS K"c. up INDIAN I I Mill It WDM •Colourful St.98 per Pair SILK SPORT SHIRTS Swanky Looking 12.18 up CHILDREN'S PANTIES 34c, Each CURTAIN NETS Mc. up HEAVY CRF.TONES 4H" u If* $1.47 per yd. EU.IETTE 47c. up JERSEY SILKS Si M u p BALARINAS LADIES : Sl.M per pair PLASTICRAIN COATS S2.4S Each SPORTING STRAW HATS $1.12 Each GENTS SOCKS! :! Pain lor si M CHILDREN'S STRAW II ITS life. Bach HOUSEHOLD DAM US rABUMG SI.SS per stl PLAIN CREPES Pins SI Mr. per ul LADIES' SHOES 50c. up PLASTIC UMBIUJ.I.l-. 11.19 Each TROPICAL SUITINGS M" v. IUY KM per yd REAL LEATHER t.lit III QUALITY SHOES 1IMI Pair. S5.5B per pai. CREAM SILK SHIRTS tXM Each RUBBER SANDALS niir. per p.. OIL CLOTH S1.2K per yd. f ~CONGOLEI'M S9r. up GOOD QUA I ITY "II. KS r.9c. up %  Htll NTAL I III I'l S 9e. n s.l IIHK-, PURE III I! SALE IS JUST GOODS TAILORS' VERONA LINING 54" wide SI.2D a yd. ~ EMBROIDERY \M.1.AISE >: "i up SILK FUJI7TTE •yl.lti iwr Ml. NYLONS Si.aa iip PERFUME C.M.ilS He Each (MANGE PURSES 47c. up GENTS' SPOBt SHIRTS %  %  up AMERICAN TYPE SUN GLASSES %  91.119 Fnch BOYS' SUITS I BATH TOWELS 73c. Each TAPl.STRY Mis i up BEGINNING UITII \i \v ARRIVING DAILY. ##•> wv/.i THANI BROS* "> ff r uu urh * &f "•"'•'•* i 4




— PHarvbados

Tories Tipped To Win
By 75-Seat Majority



ESTABLISHED 1895





In New Parliament

“Churchill Is Too
Old Says Attlee”

PRIME MINISTER Clement Attlee said on Fri-| nose

LONDON, Oct. 5.

day night that the Labour Government had

followed the “paths of peace’’

Iranian oil crisis.

in West Walthamston he replied sharply to
Winston Churchill’s charges that the Labourites

had bungled the Iranian
“The line taken by

affair,
Churchill is characteristic.

He always tries the method of personal attack on
me. I don’t think this method is very successful
but Churchill is too old to change his methods.”

_ Popular opinion polls and sta-
tistical analysis suggest barring
any major change in the next

few weeks Conservatives should;

win the October 25 election with
a substantial majority in the
Commons,

There are no signs of a land-

slide yet. There are more signs|

of another close fight. But all
odds seem to favour Winston
Churchill’s Conservatives to win
maybe with a majority of 75 to
100 seats.

_ King George VI still recover-
ing from a serious lung opera-
tion held a bedside Privy Coun-
cil at Buckingham Palace this
morning to sign the proclamation
formally dissolving the old Par-
liament which went through its
prorogation ceremony yesterday’
during its last sitting.

British opinion polls have been
uncannily accurate in two pre-
vious postwar elections—1945 and
1950. They have not yet suffer-
ed the fate of pollsters in the
U.S, in the 1948 Presidential
campaign. But their predictions
a =. are very cautious. At

is early stage of the campai:
hedged With many fends"

“ifs”, “ands”
and “buts”,

Narrowing Gap
The latest Gallup poll publish-
ed today by the Yibers News

Chronicle showed another nar-
rowing of the gap between Con-
servatives and Labourites,

Today 50.5 per cent of those
polls favour Conservatives. 43.5
per cent Labour, 5.5 per cent
Liberals and one half of one per
cent others.

The Conservative lead is seven
per cent today compared with 11
per cent a week ago.

This is similar to the Conserva-
tive Daily Express own poll which’
showed Conservative
standing at 8 per cent higher than
Labourites this week, compared

with 12 per cent last week.



WINNING
WINNIE?



—He may be next Premier.

$tviasieitanai adamant ier cnaiiitigarenianieiaatialagiginamaet
f, \ ‘ ”
Al Case Of “Shock
KOREA, Oct. 5
An unknown G.I. of the Seventh
Division came down out of the
hills recently for a shower, a
shave and some uninterrupted
sleep. As he .passed the regi-
mental aid station he fell into a
fine for some aspirin tablets. The
line was long and he laid down
on an empty stretcher. He was
soon fast asleep. When he awoke
he found he had been picked up,
diagnosed as a “shock” case ort a
medical tag and evacuated to a
medical collecting station.
—UP.

ty|even before the

— r

US. Blamed

For Evacuation
From Abadan

LONDON, Oct. 5.

Britain’s most

| Make Indo-China

in its handling of the| “volunteers”
: . : * been
Opening his election campaign | would become critical for, Indo-
(iain as well as for Thailand and

_ From All Quarters:

R.d Chinese Can

Ne . ‘ege
Situation Critical
The New York Times taking
of the iatest reports of a
Communist attack in Indo-China
said if Chinese Communist
intervene as has
predicted, thé situation

Burma.

It said: “It has been assumed
that the demands of the Korean
battlefront were sufficiently great
to prevent Chinesé Communists
from giving any really substan-
tial aid to the Indo-Chinese sec-
tor.

Replaces Petsche; — Joseph
Laniel has been confirmed as one
of France's two Ministers of State
to replace Maurice Petsche who
died last month. Laniel, an Inde-
pendent, was formerly Minister of
Communications.

That position will be taken over
by Roger Duchet who will con-
tinue duties as Minister of Public
Works.

Laniel’s elevation was decreed
by French President Vincent







pro-American | Aurio] and announced by Premier

and influential weekly magazine|Rene Pleven.

the Economist blamed the Uni-

Cripps in London:—Sir Stafford

ted States for forcing Great Bri-] Cripps, ex-Chancellor of the Ex-
tain into a “Middle East Munich” chequer arrived today from Zurich

by the evacuation of Abadan,

It said: “Americans have now
deliberately acquired the rights
to Neville Chamberlain’s umbrel-
a”.

The Economist is normally a
strong defender of Anglo-Ameri-
can relations and a bitter critic
of those who attack U.S. for-
eign policy. But today the maga-
zine accused the U.S. of “dic-

tating” tne Abadan evacuation.

It said: “ _| today “with great reluctance” that
haus ee of ae a it will raise its retail price from

in Iran was in the last analysis
dictated by Washington.”



U.S. Hopes “Ike”
Will Command
Continental Army

By ARTHUR J. OLSON

WASHINGTON, Oct 5.

The United States hopes Gen-
eral Eisenhower will be granted
“temporary stewardship” over
the forces which will one day
comprise a continental army
European de-
fence comraunity treaty is rati-

fied according to qualified U.S. | 4tacon4.

sources.

They emphasized that the U.S.} General
will take no part in drafting a] Muratorio, Commander of the Air
treaty this winter although the! Force has
will be made] functions.

U.S. viewpoint
known to negotiators.
The prime _ consideration

army concept, according to these
sources is the need for raising
a_ plausible defensive force on
the continent at the earliest pos-
sible moment.

They said the only practical way! borough. The third plane of the

to achieve this goal is to delegate
to Eisenhower's Supreme Head-
quarters the task

and training these forces during|500 m,p.h.
revolu- | lieved killed,

the early stages of the
tionary unification project.

—U-P.



| On Murder Charge

(From Our Own Correspondent)
ANTIGUA, Oct. 5.
At 8 o'clock last night 14-year-
old Ethelyn Whyte of Crosbys

Estate was admitted to Holberton| hurricane relief fund opened here
condition} show no signs of flagging. The
with stabs on the back and abdo-| latest move is the organization of
to}an All Star variety show to be
enquiry and upon! given by a big troupe of famous
investigation came upon the dead] names in Show business at Lon-
Henrietta |don’s Whitehall Theatre, October
Edwards lying in a field of young| 14.

Hospital in a_ critical

men, The Police
Crosbys for

proceeded

body of a woman

cotton with her head severed com-
pletely from ear to ear.

murder on Thomas Dowdye, a

serrat working at Crosbys.
alleged that Edwards

are carrying out

Dowdye is remanded in



Bradley For Europe

WASHINGTON, Oct. 5.
General Omar Brad!éy, Chair-
man of the Joint Chiefs of Staff
fold newsmen on Friday he will
leave for Europe by air probably

—U.P. change is made necessary by the
"| higher...

1 in} now Inspector General, has been
U.S. thinking on the European} named to replace him,

of organizing] believed to be flying at more than

At 1.15 a.m, the Police effected| mittee expects a gross of about
an arrest and made a charge of| £1,200 through their generosity.

labourer who is a native of Mont-} in
It is| people
was} Beatrice Lillie, Gwen Catley and
Dowdye’s paramour and the police |Hermoine Baddeley. West Indians
further investi-| include Hazel
gation surrounding the incidences.| Attwell.
prison. | Smith

where he underwent treatment for
spinal disease. He said: “I am
not taking part in politics for
another year.”

To Advise Venezuela: — The
British Foreign Office said that
three London police inspectors
will leave shortly for Venezuela
to advise the Venezuelan Govern-
ment on police organisation and
training.












x port prices which the Board
Chicago Tribune Raises Price:—| axnected to secure as a result of
The Chicago Tribune announced arbitration.



four to five cents per copy effec-
tive next Monday. It said: “The



of everyth that
goes into the making of a news-
paper.”

Press Threatened:—A London
newspaper editor said today that
forces were at work which might
jeopardise the freedom of the
Press.

Uranium Deposits Found:—The
Chilean Government announced
that two geologists of the U.S.
Atomic Energy Commission have
discovered uranium deposits in
waste accumulated at copper and
other mines in the back country.

The geologists’ report adds that
radio activity also was discover-
ed farther north in the province of











New Air Chief:—The Argentine
Air Ministry said that Brigadier-
Oscar Eduardo Justo

“ceased” his official
It said that Brigadier-
Major Gustavo Adolfo Hermanson

Jets Collide:—Two R.A.F. Jet
Meteor fighters, flying in from the
sea in a dense fog at a terrific
speed, crashed head on into 300-
foot cliffs off the town of Flam-

formation just managed to clear

the cliff top. The planes were

Both pilots were be-



All Star Show
To Help J’ca

(From Our Own Correspondent)

LONDON, Oct, 5.
Two months of efforts since the























Performers will give their time
—free, and the Relief Fund Com-

West Indian artists are included
the programme along with
like Tommy Trinder,

Scott, Winifred

Louise Bennett, Muriel
and Adelaide Hall. And
Trinidad’s own All Steel Percus-
sion Orchestra will be there.

Hollywood star Linda Darnell
who was in Jamaica on location |
at the time of the hurricane, has
promised to be there also.

The Entertainments Sub-com-*
mittee tried to get Gracie Fields
along too, but Gracie regretted

on Sunday to acquaint the repre-| she was unable to do so.

sentatives of the Greek and Turk-
ish Governments with the North
Atlantic Treaty Organisation. He
said he will confer in Paris with

Eisenhower before going to Athens’

and Ankara.—U.P.

The Colombo Plan

TORONTO, Oct. 5
Nick Cavell, Director of the In-
ternational Co-operation Division
of the Department of Trade and
Comme.'ce, called on the Canadian
Finance and Industry Minister on



The fund to-day passed
£100,000. Many contributions of
£500 and over are still coming in.



TO-DAY’S WEATHER
CHART

Sunrise: 5.46 a.m.

Sunset: 5.54 p.m, |

Moon: New

Lighting: 6.00 p.m.

High Tide: 8.02 am., 7.29
p.m

, }
Friday tu help make the Colombo Low Tide: 135 am, 1.04 {|
Plan for the rehabilitation of the | p.m. |)
South-East of Asia work.—U.P, '

a a oe tn eee aes nm,

|
|
| ;



cruise.

market prices
grades.

The new prices come into effect
only on January 1 and will con-
tinue for thvee years.
buying prices had to be adjusted
in time for this year’s autumn
crop —- and were based on ex-

The
during these



this period will be more
covered during the first
months of next year when the
new export prices come _ into
effect.

Bayley cdded that the Boards
















the centre and

24 hours after






%

—. an ol 6 Si *
A BRITISH FLOTILLA of three ships and four Sub marines have arri
Photo shows Danish maines helping with

Langelinie.-BXPRESS

Rice Boa





FLO

55 WELT







TILLA

: Re een

ae Jee = a ee
ved in Copenhagen on a training
the mooring of the British ships on their arrival*at

mere



rd Will |"mpire Sugar

Production
Lose $75 0,000 Drop Expected
ee Se

The Rice Marketing

oard operations for the four

(From Our Own Correspondent)

LONDON, Oct, 5.
With the exception of Mauritius

months’ period September to December, will result in the] Whose crop is expected to con-
financial loss of approximately $750,000 due to the fact that|Sttute @ new record, British Com-
the Board during this period will be buying rice from pro-

ducers at prices above export prices, disclosed Pe
ley, Board Manager, when asked to comment on the new|ing to the

rices.
ayley said the new prices























Board will be
four





for the crop year
September 1952 will break more
or less even.

ADVOCATE J’CA
RELIEF FUND

Those bringing up the
rear, added another mite to
the Fund yesterday. Antici-
pating this the opportunity
to subscribe was extended
until today,

It is hoped that you have
not missed this additional
chance to help.

Amt. prev. ack. $12,151.23

Arthur J. Caddle 1,00
Pupils of St. Bartholo-

mew’s Girls’ School 5.00

. G. 3.00

$12,160.23



Hurricane Heads

_ For Massachusetts

WASHINGTON, Oct. 4

The Atlantic hurricane’ charged
northeastward
Atlantic coast and was expected to
hit the Nantucket and Cape Cod
areas of Massachusetts with 40 to
50 mph winds this afternoon and
to-night.

The Weather Bureau
storm was centred 220 miles east of
Norfolk, Virginia
northeastward at 8 to 10 mph with
highest winds of 78 to 80 mph near
gales extending
outward as far as 250 miles to the
north and east.

to-day along the

and

The hurricane whirled off the
Virginia and Carolina coasts for
claiming at least
one life, battering scores of ham-
lets and
$2,000,000 damage in Florida.

It then swerved out to sea pick-
ing up speed.

causing more

' —U.P.

But local

buying

less
nine




said the

moving

than

e - ae +
more or less in line with what is)
expected. :

They are the minimum world
for comparable

SS gg a

HERBERT MORRISON

The Position of tain

Britons Was |

Intolerable
Says Morrison

2 LONDON, Oct. 5,

_ Foreign Secretary Herbert Mor-
rison replied on Friday te press
interviews of the staff of the
Anglo-Iranian Oil Co. who said on
return to England on Thursday
night they would have been pre-
pared to remain in Abadan as long
as the British Government wanted
them to,

monwealth sugar cane production

is expected to show an overall

ter Bay- drop in the coming season accord-

latest sugar market
report of Czarnikow Limited,

Disastrous weather conditions in
Australia, South Africa and the
Fiji Islands have seriously affected
erops it says,

Crop prospects in the Carib-
bean are brighter with Cuba ex-
pected next year to make an im-
portant addition to her current
year’s output.

World sugar beet prospects are
no better than those for cane.
European production has been hit
by a late start and ungeasonable
weather earlier in the year,

U.K, beet production, despite a
healthy crop, will do well if it
reaches 500,000 tons or 177,000 tons
less than last season’s exceptional
ried the wepo
— At the

that the sugar output in uUrope,
excluding Soviet Russia, may be
between 700,000 and 800,000 tons
below last season,

United States beet production
will also show “a substantial fall”
Canadian output will not
the record level of last

season,

“The resulting gaps will have to
be filled from one source or
another if the current rate of
consumption is to be maintained”
says the report. “At the moment
the market is disposed to lay a
little more emphasis on the pos-
sibility of a larger crop in Cuba
than on the reduced output anti-
cipated in Europe.”

Cargo Ship Sinks
19 Men Missing

NEW YORK, Oct, 5.
Five survivors of the 3,325-ton
eargo ship Southern Isle which



‘His Majesty's Government wish| broke in half and sank 400 miles

to make it clear,” Morrison said in | off
his statement that “the decision | with

Charleston, South Carolina
24 men aboard were res-

to withdraw the British staff was| cued uccording to the coast guard.

taken in the light of reports from
the Company’s management

Abadan confirmed by those re-

They said five were picked up

in| by the freighter Charlotte Lykes

which is at the scene. The

ceived from H.M. Consul General | freighter radioed it may possibly

at Korramshahr.

The position of the British staft
has been rendered virtually intol-
erable by the action of the Per-
sian Government and the British
staff were not prepared to remain
at Abadan beyond October 3 unless
they could be enabled to resume
their jobs and there had been a

complete change in attitude of the!

Persian Government to wards
them.”—U.P.



Senator Taft

Will Soon Decide |

WASHINGTON, Oct. 5
Senator
today that he will decide soon
whether to become a candidate
for the 1952 Republican Presi-
dential Nomination — Taft who
yesterday was asked. to. enter
Wisconsin Presidential Primary
next April, said in a statement
that he wants to be sure
majority of Republicans
want me to run”’-~

really

| peac etime $5,693,780,830
; Spending pill on Friday after be-

Robert Taft indicated

“the

—U.P.

sight more survivors.

Two freighters in the area, the
Coast Guard cutter Cherokee
and two Coast Guard planes
j; were speeding to assist in the
search for more crewmen,

j —UP

APPROVE BILL
WASHINGTON, Oct, 5
The House approved a recora
military



ing warned that there is “no easy
and inexpensive” road to victory
through “fantastic weapons.” The
compromise Bill carries funds for
the Army, Navy and Air Force for
| 12 months ending next June 30,

‘ ~U.P.

AFFILIATION
TOKYO, Oct. 5



| A brief announcement by Pei-
ping Radio monitored here re-
{ported on Saturday the Chinese
Peoples’ Liberation Army has

| affiliated itself “as a whole” to the
| Sir.o-Soviet Friendship Associa-
tion, —U.P.

A-Bomb Is A Revolution

(By CHARLES CORDDRY)

WASHINGTON, Oct. 5.

Britain's Royal Airforce
with one of the toughest
jobs in the Western Defence
setup is flying out of Raute
combat planes and desper-
ately needs time to mod-
ernize

The harsh fact is Britain
has not even a handful of
the recently introduced
ultra-modern jet fighters and
bombers which its Govern-
ment and industry leaders
daily proclaim to be the
world’s best.

Substantial production
orders have been placed but
the depressing list of man-

power, materials, and
machine tools problems re-
mains to be solved. It is

likely that it will be one to
two years before the R.A.F.

has even moderate numbers
of the truly great airplanes
which Britain believes gave
her world leadership.

Industry sources reluct-
antly assented to this estim-
ate. Against this background
following the grim response
given by a high R.A.F. officer
when asked how Britain's
present interceptors would
fare against invading bomb-
ers said:

“The atomic bomb is not a
development. It is a revolu-
tion, There's no comparable
revolution on the side of
defence.”

The impression was . that
the R.A.F. with the para
mount mission of defending
Britain as a base for Allied
counter operations, might do
well enough against conven
tional bombing. The atomic
bomb is another matter

Whole air forces can't be
stopped and the planes that
get through might be the
ones with atomic bombs.

Those great new war-
planes now still in factories
are urgently needed. An
officer said the saving factor
in the situation today is the
U.S. strategic air command
and the U.S. stockpile of
atomic bombs. For the
number one job in a war
with Russia, especially an
atomic war, would be to de-
feat the Red air force on its
home ground, that is to
knock out its bases installa-
tions and factories

It would not be enough to
wait passively for Red
bombers and try to pick
them off with fighter planes
and aftti-aircraft artillery
although Britain is also

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4 Fs

PRICE: FIVE CENTS



' Communists Fall

Five United Nations

RIDGWAY
ACCUSED
By Reds

TOKYO, Oct. 5

The Communists called General
Ridgway’s plan to change the site
of the Korean truce talks a “dirty
trick” as negotiations appeared no
nearer resumption than they have
been for 44 days.

Radio Peiping, official propa-
ganda organ for Red China, said
on Friday that Ridgway's “pro-
posal to change the conference
site to Songhyon is nothing new.”
Communists insist there is nothing
wrong with Kaesong as a truc>
conference site.

An exchange of notes yesterday
between Communist war-lorcds
Kim Il Sung and Peng Teh Husi
and the U.N. Commander said
nothing but to restate the position
of both sides,

The Reds turned down Songhyon
as a compromise site and said the
proposal to move from Kacson
was “void of reason.”

Ridgway immediately asked th«
Reds to pick their own compro
mise site and assured them tha!
meetings would be resumed ther
promptly if it was “acceptable” t:
him. Without a substantial chang:
in the stand of one side or th
other in this squabble over
truce camp site, there appeared
no change of a negotiated peace
soon in the Far East.—wU,P.

Canada Hopes
To Expand



Back In Korea ,

EIGHTH ARMY HEADQUARTERS, Ko
BATTERED COMMUNIST ARMIES sudd
up their death stand in Western Korea and
under attack by 100,000 United Nations
divisions
outer crust of the Reds’ “Little Siegfried
day of the flaming fall offensive along

a be



fin

Reds abaq

earlier, The

eized withou
height which had ¥
throwers, tanks and
aults for seven days

Communists are believed. to have
taken ug New): positions ber
north h awetltig towlying Las

below Pyongyang North Korean
capital:

Eleven 629 Superfortresses
thundered out ahead of U.N,

ground forces and blasted the cen-
tre of Pyongyang. They dumped
130 tons of bombs on a 1,200 foot
steel railway bridge across the
Taedong river which bisects the
Red capital.

Superfortresses reported only
“meagre” anti-aircraft fire and no
fighter opposition. All returned
safely to their base. At the same
time U.S. jet fighters shot down
one Soviet built MIG 15 jet and
damaged another in two battles
over northwest Korea.

A total of 136 planes took part
in two dog-fights. In one US.
jets were out-numbered nearly
three to one. All U.N. jets returned
safely to their bases.

—U.P.

King Abandons
Australian Tour



CANBERRA, Oct. 5.
King George VI decided to
abandon his scheduled tour of

Australia next year following the
operation for the removal of all
or part of his lung, authoritative
sources said,

Princess Elizabeth and _ the
Duke of Edinburgh will make the
tour instead of the King.

The sixteenth -medical bulletin
issued since King George’s oper-
ation said: “The King’s improve-
ment continues.”

—U.P.



B.W.L. Trade | 4.ms Bill Sent Back

OTTAWA, Oct. 5.

The critical in Britain's
dollar reserves as virtually
eliminated Canada’s hopes for
relaxation in Britain’s import con-
trols but there was still hope that
it would not affect plans to
expand trade with the British
West Indies,

Trade officials saia to-day they
still were hopeful that the plan
to widen the Canada-B.W.I, trade
liberalization programme will be
approved by the British Colonial
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They disclosed however that
another scheme to increase quotas
under the Canada—Britain token
shipment plan has been stymied
by the deteriorated economic
position in Britain, A conference
aimed at increasing B.W.1I, pur-
chases in Canada through increas-
ed allocations of dollars by Britain
was held here last spring. An
agreement wag reached to boost
quotas on Canadian exports which

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"The Mouse ed on Friday
all but one provision of the
$7,483,400,000 Foreign Aid Bill and
sent this arms economic assistance
programme back to the Senate.
The roll call vote was 234 to 98.
The House refused to accept the
provision voted by the Senate to
make the mutual security Admin-
istrator a director of the Export-
Import bank.—U.P.

‘Quake Felt In Antigua

(From Our Own Correspondent)
AN'TIGUA
An earth tremor lasting about
eighteen seconds, was felt in An-
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(Carib Calling —

R. IAN GALE, Ass‘stant Edi-

tor of the “Barbados Advo-

eate” has been appointed Acting

Editor of this newspaper during

the illness of his father Mr. Louis

Gale who recently returned from
Canada.

Mr. lan Gale who is also a bar-
rister-at-law joined the staff of the
Daily Express after leaving Catn-
bridge where he took his Blue for
swimming.

Passed M.R.C.P.
EWS has been received that
Dr, Harold Forde has passed

his M.R.C.P. at Edinburgh.

Dr. Forde who is a medical offi-
eer in British Honduras is the son
of Mr. William’ McD. Forde, Mar-
ter Shipwright “and Surveyor ‘ of
Shipping in this island.

Back From Washington
D* J. W. P. HARKNESS,

C.M.G., O,B.E., Medical
Adviser to the Comptroller for De-
velopment and Welfare and Dr.
J. P. O'Mahony, returned from
Washington ‘yesterday via Trini-
dad by B.W-1.A.

They had attended the General
Meeting of the Regional Commit-
tee of the World Health Organiza-
tion for the Western Hemisphere.

* * *

R. BERNARD ROEFE of the
Secretariat of the Develop-

ment and Welfare Organization
returned from Washington on
Thursday evening by air via
Puerto Rico after attending a
meeting of the Working Commit-
tee of the Caribbean Commission,

Y.W.C.A, Fair

RS. A, A. GIBBONS, Presi-
dent of the Y.W.C.A., will
Officially open the Y.W.C.A.
Fair which takes place at the Mod-
arn High School tnis evening from
3 to 8 o'clock, There will be lucky
dips, wheels of fortune, other side
shows, as well as stalls of house-
hold and fancy work. A Steel

Band will provide the music.
Mrs. D, H. L. Ward, Secretary,
told Carib that the Fair is being
held by the girls of the Y.W..C.A.
in an effort to get badly needed
funds. She said: “It is really a
splendid effort on their behaif.
The Committee of Management
have nothing to do with this Fair.”

Bank Manager Returns
M® J. R. RODGER, Manager
of the Canadian Bank of
Commerce, returned to Barbados
on Thursday morning in the Lady
Rodney from Canada where he
had spent two months’ holiday.
He was accompanied by Mrs.
Rodger.
On Honeynioon
R. and Mrs, Hugo Smitter who
were married in Venezuela,
are now in Barbados on their
honeymoon. They arrived here
recently by L.A.V. and are stay-
ing at the Aquatic Club.
rt. Smitter works with the In-
ternational Business Machines
Corporation in» Venezuela, His
wife is a cousin of Mrs. Vernon
Knight of ‘“Mervue”, Hastings.



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“Of course 1 know what un
portant day October the 25th

is—it's my birthday!”

Attended Aviation Talks
R. CARL AGOSTINI, Director
of Civil Aviation in Trini-
dad, arfived here oh Thursday
night from London via Jamaica by
B.W.LA. after attending aviation
talks. He returned to Trinidad
yesterday morning by B.W.I.A.
Director For St. Vincent
R. WILLIAM HUGHES, Di-
rector of Messrs. Wm. Fogar~
ty Ltd. was a passenger on Thurs-
day night in the Lady Rodney for
St. Vincent on a business visit in
the interest of his firm. He ex-
pects to be back in about two
weeks’ time,
To Advise Leéward Islands

Government
R, D. A. PERCIVAL, Assist-
ant Economic Adviser to the
Comptroller for Development and
Weltare, left for St, Kitts yester-
day by B.W.LA, to advise the Lee-
ward Islands Government on the
collection: and compilation of stat-
istics.

Mr. Percival will also visit An-
tigua before returning to Barba-

dos on October 25,

On Holiday
R. and Mrs. Leonardo Castro
of Venezuela arrived earlier
in the week by L.A.V. for a holi-
day. They were accompanied by
their two children and are staying
at the Hotel Royal,

Trinidad Magistrate

R. VICTOR RAMSARAN,

Magistrate of Port-of-Spain,
Trinidad, was_an intransit passen-
ger here on Wednesday morning
in the Colomibie from Englana
where he had been on_ three
months’ holiday.

After One Month
ASTER spending a month’s holi«

day here, Mr, and Mrs. Andres
Loustaunau and two. children of
Caracas, Venezuela, réturned home
yesterday by LAV. They were
syaying at the Hotel Royal.

r. Loustdunau. is employed
with International Business Ma-
chines in Caracas.

Learning ata Loss

NEW YORK

For month after month America
has been rolling up an impressive
reeotd of “bigger and better” in
nearly every field imaginable,
from output to salaries and steel
production to jobs filled.

Now comes a sudden drop—in
eollege enrolment. As the new
academic year starts, colleges and
universities across the country
report 2,250,000 undergraduates—
a drop of a quarter of a million
on last year.

This is serious news for Ameri-
can universities, because since the
war many of them have been in
financial difficulty and are still
“operating in the red.”

So they are having to eat into

their basic endowment funds,
which is like an individual living
on capital.

To cut costs they are reducing
staffs. Ten thousand fewer dons
are teaching this year. And, help-
ing to cut the number of students,
is the ending of the “G.I. Bill of
Rights,” by which ex-Servicemen
received substantial Government

great deal of nerve.
But when the police charged
40-year-old Joseph Ireland with



|

Chemist And Druggist
M® and Mrs. Paul Tomasi and |
their daughter Elizabeth of
Venezuela who have been holi~ |
daying here for some time, expect
to return heme next week by air.
They are staying at Paradise Beach
Club,
Mr. Tomasi is a-~ prominent
chemist and druggist of Ciudad,
Bolivar, Venezuela.
Enjoyed Holiday
A”. spending an enjoyable
three weeks’ holiday here,
Miss B. Dos Santos of St. Vincent
returned home on Thursday night
in the R.M.S. Lady Rodney.
Miss Dos Santos is an employee
of Messrs. Correia and Co. Ltd of
Kingstown.
Acted As Manager
R. and Mrs. A. MACKIE re- |
turned to Trinidad yester- |
day by B.W.LA. after spending a
couple of weeks here, |
t. Mackie who & employed in-
Trinidad with the Shel} Company |
was acting feanaeer of tne Shei) |
Petroleum Installation here for |
Mr. Clarence Skinner who was on |
leave, _ |
For Three Weeks
FF to. Trinidad for three |
weeks’ holiday is Mrs, G. M.
Gordon of the firm of Messts. |
D, M. Simpson & Co. She left on
Thufsday night in the Lady |
Rodney. |
On Official Visit
R, W. D. WARDEN, Superin-
tendent of the Demerara
Life Assurance Company, left for
British Guiana on Thursday night |
on one of his usual official visits. |
Vincéntians Return Home
R, C, E, PROVIDENCE who
works with C.P.I.M. in
Curacao, his wife and two chil-
dren, left for St. Vineent on Thurs-
day night ih the Lady Rodney to
spend two months’ Holiday.
Other Vineentians returning
home on Thursday night in the
Lady Rodney on holiday from
Curacao were Mr. K, King, Mr.
S. J. Brown and Mr. W. E. Jacubs.
They had all arrived here on Sun-
day By K.L.M. chartered ‘plane
from Curacao.
Brought Son To School
RS. DOROTHY HOWELL
whose husband is now work-
ing With Barclays Bank in St. Vin-
cent after being transferred from
British Guiana, left the island. on
Thursday night in the Lady Rod-
ney, for St. Vincent.
fs, Howell came over here to
ut her son Ian into school at the
odge and was staying with her
mother Mrs. P. King at
“Wayne”, Rockley.

On Evangelistic Tour

EV. T. E. ASLIN, Pastor of

the White Park 5 gia

Holiness Chtirch left for St. Vin-
cent on Thtirsday night in the
Lady Rodney on an evangelistic
tour which is expected to last for
one mofth. He was accompanied
by Mrs, Aslin, i

This, say the critics, could
easily bind the hands of the West
in helping an underground among
the Soviet satellites.

CUSTER’S MAN

JACOB HORNER needed a
horse. Because he could not find
one—on a summer’s day in 1876—
he started to footslog his way
along the trail of General Custer’s

the theft there was no need to cavalry command,

arrest him—he
jail.

To carry out the theft he missed
an appointment with a probation
officer, So the officer revoked
Ireland’s bail for a _ previous
offence,

EARLY TO BED ?

THAT

was already in

“The people’s fun.”

longer.
= OUTLAWS ?

THERE is a brisk row in pro-
ess over UNO’s proposed Inter-
9 Legal Code because it Yt tutn out enough pennies

national

“EARLY TO BED” 97.
proverb is slightly shaken by the

findings of a svientifie survey on

The survey .
shows that people who sleep eight !
and a half hours or less have
ore fun than those who sleép

So he missed the massacre in
which all Custer’s men were
wiped out by Chief Sitting Bull’s
Indians. ol \%

Now, 75 years after his com-
rades, death has come to Jacob
Horner, a prosperous butcher in
Bismarck, North Dakota. He was

(Re
PENNY RATION "

IN AN BRA of remorseless
nflation there does not seem to
be mueh future for the American
“penny,” thg, little copper coin
worth one cent. Yet somebody
must be finding a use for them—
and a great many of them too.

For the United States Mint is
having to operate double shifts to

might have the effect af “outlaw And in New York the Govern-
Ie Western support for anti- M@nt's Federal Reserve Bank is

Communist
ments behind the Iron Curtain.

underground move- Tationing supplies.



Powerful groups of Polish-
Americans and Lithuanian-Amer-
icans are protesting against the

help in their education,
ARRESTED IN JAIL

EVERYBODY agree that the clause which makes it an inter-
thief who stole £21,000 of jewel- national offence for countries to
lery in the afternoon from a show- organise or encourage activities in
case in the Waldorf-Astoria Hotel’s another State which might lead
“Peacock Alley” had a to civil war.

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THIS PICTURE of Sister Kath-
leen Norman, one of the West-
minster Hospital team looking
after the King, has been rqund

Election
Terrible, Say
Publishers |

By JON HOPE
HOW will the election affect
the people in the book business?
A crippling blow the publishers
call it. Why? “This month the
books we issue are aimed at
Christmas sales. October should
be our richest month,” a trade
spokesman tells me. “Now many
of our most important books will
be pores until November,
whic! give the re@ling pub-
lie little time to sort out the Books
they will want to buy at Christ-
mas.”



Recommended reading for Lib-
eral candidates: Lloyd George, by
Thomas Joné€s. C.H. Eseaping the
election slump, it came from Ox-
ford University Press, October 4

There is good news for Leftist
hristopher Isherwood, enfant ter-
rible of the thirties, now sunning
himself in California. Playwright
John van Druten (Young Wood-
ley, IT remember Mama) has de-
cided to make a play of Isher-
wood’s short novel about pre-Hit-
ler Berlin, Sally Bowles, 14 years
after the book’s publication.

Van Druten has just finished a
trip to Berlin where he met the
originals of some of Isherwood’s
odd characters. Now he has gone
home to write the play.

@ John Lehmann has how re-
ceipt of the manuscript from U.S.
writer Paul Bowles of his second
novel. Bowles calls it Let It Come
Down, His first book, The Shel-
tering Sky, was picked as Even-
ing Standard Book of the Month
in September 1949, It established
him as a top-flight novelist.
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Russia Has About 50 Atom Bombs

6, 1951

But Wants To Keep
The West Guessing

(By ROBERT MUSSEL)

LONDON, October 5.

SOVIET RUSSIA probably has about 50 atom bombs

—enough to obliterate the

capitals of Western Europe--

British sources said in commenting on the Washington
announcement that Russia exploded another atom bomb.

But Russia—if it admits any-
thing at all—is expected by these
sources to explain this newest
explosion as part of colossal
schemes allegedly underway to
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tected.

Supply Talks
Interesting

Says Gomes

(From Our Own Correspondent)
POR'T-OF-SPALN, Oct. 1

When the Hon. Albert Gomes,
Minister of Commerce arrived at
Piareo Airport over the week-end
he commented to pressmen: “The
Colonies had all opportunity to
express their views and the West
Indies case was put on more than
one occasion,”

Mr. Gomes was leader af the
West Indian delegation jt the
recent Comma@nwealth Supply
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LONDON
A man from Barbados who runs
a “one-man emigration scheme”
for West Indians is_ severely
criticised by Cyril Kersh, an
outspoken columnist in “The
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paper. He is Mr. Hedley Smith,

a sheet-metal worker who arriv-
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2gton announcement special S°ciation Committee. “It would A number of women wrote from eee ae ts Is | sae Was transferred to general re- BRS, See
rominence. Most of the other Pe most unwise to begin all over Barbados asking for further de- India i 26,175 | 30,893 56,568 serve, £25,000 to a reserve for n
ational dailies put the story i again. tails. Mr. Smith wrote back Jamaica I 29/162 49,711 78,873 oj 7

Pp yina , pensions and £198,380 was carried
ubordinate position on the front “London as a venue, appeals to asking them to send him 3s.— St. Lucia . 40,864. | 129,232 170,086 ceed 5 : aap
fge and the pro-labour Daily e,” he continued, “since I have “to .cover expenses.” eaten see ee tities ' ssa cas | ent tea , i ad : .
firror, which has the world’s 2!ways found that when West In- Union of South Africa i 60,116 | 8,908 69,024 Financial observers in London cleans ylass casily é quickly
irgest circulation, gave it only ‘ians leave the West Indies and Registration Fee United States of America | 194,295 “ae ae interpret these figures as indica~ ee
5 words inconspicuously on the C°Me€ out into the broad and aliery Wh ber of 38 cated Sanne 4 He “=| gay 280.614 | 280'620 ting that the year has been a
ack page. world, they see their problems in on 8 Ries ae Crecho-Slovakia io = 42,284 42,284 satisfactory one for Trinidad oil
a better perspective and are much 0'ders arrived, continues Mr. Dectnark oe Su 19,045 32.620 | 51.665 tntanentn, PhS Manline tn. onkous
British sources tz i ° .. Kersh, Mr. Smith asked for a France ot 13,945 35,792 | 49,737 SAFO, eo SRCHNG 1h. OUtOe
lake the view more modest as regards their + : | hict beginning to show earl
tat Russian progress in produc- place in the scheme of thi o SOE 108 TORS ont Tee. Holland” Me 244,256 “Marie 300030 Nie Ad aeag cctogaey Ny apa ast
1g bombs is to be expected since Mr, Gomes will be writing up After that he asked for a further ma | ret erase a abe in 1950 has bean halted rs a
s . c c Soe ; ‘
: not only has Professor Peter shortly, a report to submit to oe 7 tent orofit.” on, : = sat 58300 38,306 Lomeses tc oll Gokaat genial, has
tert ee res. native and Government and the Economic Then came a further demand for Uruguay es 120,085 a ee given the company a gross profit, .
ar physicists. Regional Committee when it meets i “ igs Other Countries : 61,616 112,639 455 (
Pontecorvo, according to a Hi : : : 9 ten American dollars. ‘If the 30b opeatee teeter ann | nt | ee | before tax, of £741,000 for the
lone senor Lastiae ite war ee in Barbados for its next session. fell through,” explained Mr. Saray : : 3.258.170 388 870 12,172,181 year, as against £663,000 in the
t ig ; ow Smith, “I'd send them the ten — A aRURILSas ane an As receding year. j
bi eco ye Sree dollars so they’d have some cash EXPORTS ' as —B.UP,
} which it is theorised the latest. West Indies Sugar 226g ee eek te : ;

lussian bomb was exploded.

In addition there are 200 Ger-
jan physicists and technicians in
he Soviet Union working at two

Dividends Down

LONDON.
The West Indies Sugar Com-

Mr. Kersh points out that not
only is it illegal for people in
Barbados to procure American
dollars, but also that it would

Exports of Domestic Produce during the quarter April
to June, 1951, amounted in value to $12,948,989 .as compared
with $12,012,092 in the corresponding quarter of 1950, an in-
crease of $936,897 is shown,

Beryl McBurnie
Hits Headlines

: ssibl them out
ll-German scientific institutes pany, controlled by Tate and Lyle ae CO i gpecnr ag Pega aetivEd Vatee: (f0-D:) oF enue Sas prinelppl: Commirtos
nder almost ideal conditions. Investments, is paying a final divi- No dollars have been forthcom- . LONDON,
‘hey have the finest equipment— dend of 4d. per share, tax free, on ing and although quite a few EXPORTS Beryl MecBurnie, who built the

juch of it taken by Russia from
fermany as reparations—live in
e®parate deluxe colonies in the

ordinary stock, making a total of
8d., tax free, for the year ending
September 30, 1951. Dividends



people have answered the adver-
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ACN eRCURR gH aE 258, 6d. vent Mr. Smith inserted a small United Kingdom 5,162,419 20,855 5,183,274 si
Although none of these Germans At a meeting held in London, advertisement in the little town Canada = "139/905 15.351 7,165,256 The paper tells the story of
re regarded as “first class” sci- the directors resolved to redeem of Petersham Massachusetts Antigua ; 10,090 18,398 28,453 Beryl's sacrifices to build the thea-
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tientists. Two of them, professors able Preference Shares” A ballot re Grenada a Agee 74,441 39,967 114,408 of-Spain. An unpretentious build-
jentified as Dopel and Rehiel, will be held and holders of the Br perce * aeks oe dealer ing—“It looks like a shed,” said
torked in the underground war- shares drawn for redemption will New High Ex cted St. Vincent |... .. «. 10,326 32/936 43.262 Beryl—it holds an audience of
me laboratory of Professor Wer- pe notified soon. pe Trinidad Bs a as 48,773 64,315 113,088 450. Beryl herself is producer,
er Heisenberg, Nobel prize win- —B.U.P. 9 oe $A MY a atalle 30a ar his stage manager and business man-
er for atomic research, and had For T dad Budget Betis Piknteion oa 61,963 97,073 89,036 ager. 1 hla
ecess to all his data. § nppttemtensee peerremmapenr | comeleictinpenstecins
(From Our Own’ Correspondent) Total +. 1 = 12,948,989 463,794 13,412,783 But the theatre could, not keep

They probably took with them,
tlientific circles in West Europe
elieve, most of the theory for the
anctioning of the atomic pile and
trobably the theory af the atom
omb itself.

Several other German scientists

Goverrior Rance Agrees
To Inquiry Commission

(From Our Own Correspondent)

PORT-OF-SPAIN, Sept. 28.
Governor Rance has_ given
swift assent to the majority wish

PORT-OF-SPAIN, Oct. 1

Trinidad’s 1952 budget of reve-
nue and expenditure is heading
for an all-time high record, be-
cause of the pronounced inflation
resulting from the rapidly in-
creased prices of importers and
higher freight charges. Official

MORE TV history was made
last night, when the first Trans-| j
continental two-way programme! Americans are great “joiners’—
took place. The programme lasted | ,
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and the figures are there to prove

pace with the requirements of the
City Council and at last they de-
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Beryl came to London, where she
has set out to raise £7,000 to save
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ther Professor in Atomic energy. tigate six specific transactions of compared with $52,000,000 in glimpse of life in Washington and Dues and other receipts total $4 | understand the need. v
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Saturday, October 6, 1951



ELECTIONEERING

THE announcement of the end of the
Legislative Session next month in prepar-
ation for the General Elections in Decem-
ber has been followed by an upsurge in
electioneering. The candidates and retiring
members of both parties have been holding
public meetings in various constituencies.

Election time has come at a period when
economic problems occupy the attention
of every thoughtful person in this island.
The retention of controls, the effect on the
economy of the worker, the continued rise
in the cost of living, the inadequacy of
wages, the profits of commerce and indus-
try and the impact of world-wide short
supply on loeal economy are subjects of
daily comment.

It has been customary in the past for
candidates at election to indulge in ridicule
of their opponents and at the same time
making promises which are not easily ful-
‘filled. In some instances this form of un-
scrupulous electioneering has been suc-
cessful in others it has met with the treat-
ment it deserved,

“Fortunately for this island, the provi-
sions of the new Adult Suffrage Act will
tend to restrict much of the unnecessary
criticism, and abuse of opponents. This
does not mean however that electioneering
in Barbados will be any less keen than in
other places. It might be that the energy
which had been wasted in wordy warfare
in past years will now be utilised in court-
ing more closely the voters whose support
the candidate seeks,

In the matter of making promises which
are not easily fulfilled it is clear now that
the entire electorate has become more
awakened and is not likely to be so easily
earried away by empty promises.

The general spread of education and the
political awakening of the people which
has taken place during the last few years
must still have something to contribute or
who have nothing to offer to ride to suc-
cess at the polls merely by subscribing to
the party ticket.

Ht is true that politics in Barbados is still
largely individualistic but the candidate
must still have something to contribute or
must have given public service of some
worth to be able to command a majority of
votes in any constituency.

The candidates of the Barbados Labour
Party will be subjected to the criticisms
based on the failures of that Party while it
conducted the business of Government
during the last five years. In some instances
it is the successes of the Party which will
stand its supporters in good stead. But the
question is whether the failures or lack of
achievement will not outweigh the suc-
cesses. é

The candidates of the Barbados Electors’
Association will not have any legislative
successes to their credit inasmuch as they
have been in the Opposition during the
years. They will depend on the contribution
which they have been able to make by way
of preventing the Government from in-
fringing the rights of the individual.

On the issues of nationalisation and tax-
ation policy there will be fundamental dif-
ferences. Nationalisation has been regarded
by many as robbing the individual of his
rights to property while many still feel that
the “soak the rich” policy which has been
adopted by the Party in power was the
result of an unforgivable irresponsibility
undermining the economic prosperity of
the island.

Nearly all of the candidates have launch-
ed their campaigns and it is up to the voters
to demand from each candidate high stand-







PRINCESS ALICE | NosopyY’s |

BARBADOS ADVOCATE

ENQUIRY REPORT

THIS, instalment, the third, concludes the report of Sir Clement M
|missioner, who conducted an inquiry into

Playing Field.”

He writes: '

The Purchase and removal of cer-
tain buildings from the Seawe!i
Airport to the Playing Field
and the erection and disposal of
such buildings.

18. On the suggestion of the
Acting Governor (Mr. Perowne)
(see the Social Welfare Officer’s
minute in paragraph 15) one of
the huts at Seawell Airport was
made available for use at the
“Reef” as a pavilion. Mr. Tudor
stated in his evidence that the un-
derstanding he had from the Act-
ing Governor was that no charge
would be made for this hut, and
;no payment has in fact been made
to Government. By a Government
Notice which appeared in issues of
the Barbados Advocate of the 14th,
15th and 18th June, 1949, thirteen
(13) buildings at the United States
Army Air Force Base at Seawell
Airport were advertised for sale
by public auction on the 23rd
June, 1949. On that = date
twelve (12) huts were sold. (see
Appendix XIII) by the Govern-
ment Auctioneer, not thirteen (13)
as advertised, Mr. Tudor attended
this sale and was declared to be
the purchaser of three huts, the
account sales being duly sent to
him by the Government Auction-
eer on the 25th June, 1949 (see
Appendix XIV). The largest of
these three, (No. 7) was priced at
$1,800.00 and measures 104’x20’x
11’.. This was the hut used as a
pavilion at the “Reef”. It was
subseauently ascertained to be un-
suitable for the purpose for, among
other reasons, the sides were made
of ply-wood or some similar fra-
gile material. It was found poss-
ible, however, to make use of the
rafters, the boarding of the roof
and part of the floor which was of
pitch pine. If $1,800.00, or any
sum near that is to be paid for this
hut Mr, Tudor was guilty of an
error of judgment in buying it, an
error which might have been
avMided if the Building Supervisor
had been called in to inspect it
before the purchase was made. If
no charge is to be made for it, the
expenses of taking it to pieces and
of removal from the Airport to the
playing field would be justifiable.
A portion of this same hut, des-
eribed as “seven pine joists, valued
at $87.30" was reported to the
Barbados Advocate as having been
stolen from Seawell Airport be-
tween September 29 and October
6, 1949,

Huts Accounted For

The hut (No. 15) priced at
$130.00 was 30 ft. long by 18 ft.
wide and was described as being
practically all galvanized iron
sheets. It was moved from Sea-
well to the “Reef” without loss,
and although some of the galvan-
ized iron sheets were not usable
and were thrown aside, the re-
maining sheets were used in con-
nection with the construction of
the pavilion.

The third hut (No. 16) priced
at $325.00 was subsequently sold
by Mr. Tudor (before being re-
moved from Seawell) to Mrs, J. A.
Martineau for $350.00, and this
sum ‘was paid to the Parochial
Treasurer by Mrs. Martineau on
the 5th July, 1949. The receipt of
this payment is Appendix XV,

Mr. Tudor also bid for two other
huts at the sale on the 23rd June,
1949, and upon these being
“knocked down” to him, they were
at once, at Mrs. Martineau's re-
quest and with Mr. Tudor’s con-
sent, transferred to Mrs. Mar-
tineau in the auctioneer’s books,

‘1and she paid the auctioneer $520.00

for them on the Ist July, 1949 (see
receipt Appendix XVI).

It is clear from the foregoing
that, with the exception of the
portion of the large hut (No. 7)
alleged to have been stolen be-
iween the 29th September and the
6th October, 1949, the five huts
with which Mr. Tudor was in any
way concerned have all been sat-
isfactorily accounted for.

19. The rur@purs, false accusa-
tions and recriminations which
have arisen in relation to these
huts have been the result partly
of comments properly made in the
Press, partly because of the irregu-
larities with regard to the certifi-
cation of vouchers, and partly be-
cause of Mr. Tudor’s unbusiness-
like and slipshod methods of con-
ducting the business of the Vestry
in relation to the playing field,

20. Another circumstance which
tended to encourage the belief
that, in addition to the “seven pine
joists”, a hut which had come in-
to Mr. Tudor’s possession had not
been accounted for was that in a
letter dated the 8th August, 1950,
from the Social Welfare Officer to
the Clerk of the St. Michael’s Ves-
try it is stated that “The official
records show that four huts at
Seawell were handed over to the
Churehwarden (Mr. Tudor) and
there is an entry to show that St.
Michael’s Vestry was to be charged
with the value of four huts at
$2,265.00" There can be no hesi-
tation, after hearing the evidence,
in coming to the conclusion that
the official records are inaccurate,
and that Mr. Tudor took over
three and not four huts. The ac-
count sales rendered by the Gov-
ernment Auctioneer two days after







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in the minutes of the special meet. wanted to k

ing of the Vestry held on the 2ist had submitt r or not,
August, 1950, there appears in the he could ea: e found this
list of “vouchers not properly cer- Out by ¢ with him
tiled” a payment to “Chas. M. by telephone ¢ rise, It is
Worrell — Re 2 huts removed Significant, too, that although Mir.
$150.” This note creates the im- Tudor was anxious that Mr. Cox,

as a member of the Executive
paid $150.00 for removing two i.t'ts- ceomaar sores be Fay Sher,
from Seawell. Reference to the ¢- Mr how sebred to be equal-
original voucher, however, shows jy’ anxious that it should not be
that the claim of $150.00 was paid known that he, as a member of
on the 4th October, 1949, to Chas. the Executive Committee, was
M. Worrell for “labour for taking undertaking work, and care-
down two (2) huts to be removed fully submitted the tender in the
from .Seawell to Reef Playing name of Miss Francis. Moreover,
field”; and on the 7th October, Mr. Duguid, who had tendered,
1949, there was a further payment swore that when he spoke to Mr,
of $30.00 for “removal of hut 30’ x Tudor about uitting a fender,
18 from Seawell”. It was estab- Mr, Tudor told him that the job
lished in evidence that Chas. M. had been giverte Mr. Cox, but
Worrell removed one hut only if he ca ts Might go and

from Seawell, which arrived safely him ane a =, oe ow! =
a the pieving field, and ah together. This» conversation is
was paid for removing one hut. denied by Mr.,fudor, but the fact
The hut (No. 7) MW

pression that Chas. M, Worrell was

large was rC- yemains that’Mr. Duguid did
moved under a contract made speak to Mr. Cox, and that the
with Miss Phyllis Francis. work was performed by lorries

A further circumstance occa- controlled by Mr. Cox and Mr.

sioning adverse comment was the Duguid.
uncertainty of Mr. Tudor’s re-
collection, when the matter was The conduct of the Church-
being investigated by the Vestry, warden was in this instance very,
as to the number of huts he had reprehensible, and can only result
taken over. When he was first in undermining any belief as to;
asked he said he had removed four the uprightness of his actions.
huts, and on a subsequent occasion 22. The hut (No. 7) was trans-
he said three huts. As he was being ported in sections from Seawell by
questioned about a year after the the motor lorries of Miss Francis
transaction took place, and as on and Mr. Duguid. This work which
the first occasion he had no notes began on the 29th September, 1949.
with him, it is not at all surprising took a few days, It had to be done}
that in the circumstances he at night because of traffic regula-|
should have made the error which tions. Several trips were made
he then made. and the evidence shows that one

21. An incident which loomed Of these trips took an unconscion-
largely throughout the course of ably long time. It may be that
the Enquiry had reference to the in the course of that trip a portion
circumstances under which Miss of this hut was lost or was stolen,
Phyllis Francis was awarded the but the evidence is not conclusive.
contract to remove the large hut No adequate checks of the deliv-
(No. 7) from Seawell to the eries at Seawell or of the quanti-
Playing Field. ties received at the “Reef” seem
_Miss Francis, who is a shop as- to have been made and. there is
sistant, was on the 29th Septem- a possibility that the loss might
ber, 1949, the owner of a Ford have occurred at the “Reef” and
motor lorry which she said in not while the materials were in|
bvidence had been given to her transit from Seawell. It was not
by Mr. M. E. Cox to whom she until three or four days after the
had now returned it. This was last load had been moved to the
confirmed by Mr. Cox in his evi- “Reef” that Mr. Charles Worrell,
dence. Mr, Cox is a member of the builder, who had taken the
the House of Assembly and of huts to pieces at Seawell and who
the Executive Committee, and he was in charge of the work at the
also owned a motor lorry, Miss “Reef”, reported to Mr. Tudor
Francis said that she had a great that he had discovered, on check-
regard for Mr. Cox who attend- ing up nS material at the
ed to all her truckage business, “Reef” that a part of the floorin

oe ; ; &
and it was on his advicethat she and some of the rafters from hut
submitted a tender on the 29th No 7 were missin Mr. Tud
September, 1949, for the remov- staied that Mr Worrell sstine wey
al of the hut from Seawell to the . BUN aad esp

; “ ” the value of the missing material
Playing Field at the “Reef”. at $80.00 90.00.

There had been no advertise- ® da % or $90.00, Wiforts were
ment for tenders for the remov- Made to obtain the attendance of
al of this hut, but it was known Mt. Worrell at the Enquiry, but
that it had to be removed and these were unsuccessful as he had
three persons besides Miss Fran- left the island. "Phere would ‘ap-
cis submitted sealed tenders; two Pear to be no redson to doubt Mir.
of them on the 26th September, Tudor's statement on this point. |
1949, and one on the 27th Sep- He mentioned the loss to Mr. Cox |
tember, 1949. In each of these Who reported to the Police. The
cases the amount mentioned for Premises of Victor Mayers, the!
doing the work was higher than driver of Miss Francis’ motor |
$150.00 (the price quoted in the lorry, were searched by the!
tender from Miss Francis). The Police but no part of the missing;
lowest of these tenders was for articles were found, No portion
$160.00. of these articles has been found

Should Not Have Opened since, The newspaper press com-

Tenders mented on the loss of materials

Two days before the receipt of from Seawell, the rumour gather-
the tender from Miss Francis the ©4 momentum and the loss was
Churehwarden (Mr. Tudor) call- Magnified. The facts elicited at
ed for the tenders, and opened the Enquiry point to no loss of
Yhe three which had been then â„¢aterial or of huts from Seawell,
received in the presence of Mr, destined for use at the “Reef”,
Ashby, the Churchwarden’s clerk, having occurred, except the pine
handed them back to Mr. Ashby joists and rafters referred to.
and told him to keep them, re- corps
marking that he had wapaoted a Trifles make the
tender from Mr. Cox. Miss Fran- ,, Duman things, —
cis’ tender (which for all purpos- And half our misery from our
es can be regarded as Mr. Cox's foibles springs.”
tender) arrived two days later. 23. In the course of the En-
It was the lowest and it was ac- Guiry one witness gave evidence
cepted. It was quite improper of Of an attempt having been made
the Churchwarden to have open- by Mr, Cox to bribe him. This
ed the tenders before all had been evidence is regarded as being
received, and he laid himself entirely without foundation, not
open to the suspicion that he de- merely because it was vigorously
sired to ascertain their contents denied, but because it comes from
in order to communicate with the mouth of a disgruntled em-
someone, in this case Mr. M. E. ployee of Mr. Cox whose premises
Cox, and thus enable him to un- had been searched for stolen
derbid the other persons who had goods, and also because the cir-
tendered. Mr. Tudor’s explana- cumstances whieh the witness

Reprehensible



sum of

tion ef his action was that four narrated and which need not be|-

persons, one of them being Mr. repeated her lo not bear
Cox, had informed him that they iaiocint of rae 7
desired to tender for the work Summary And Conclusions
of removing the hut from Sea- 94. (i) A site formerly known
well to the “Reef” and that he as the “Reef Grounds’
opened the envelopes in order to (and now: renamed: th
ascertain if Mr. Cox had tender- Pri ‘Auos | Plavi ec
No closing date had been Ki re eel nig
fixed for the receipt of tenders. eld”) was selected in
Finding Mr. Cox had not tender- June, 1949, by, the St.
ed he directed the clerk to hold Michael's Vestry, on the
all the tenders for a few days recommendation of the

the

more because he (Mr. Tudor) Playing Fields Commit-
felt that Mr. Cox as a member tee dppointed by the
of the Executive Committee Vestry as one of the

should be given the opportunity
to tender. He was aware that Mr.
Cox’s tender would be sent in the
name of Miss Francis, and all he
did when he opened the three
envelopes was to look at the
names of the persons who had
tendered. This explanation is not
impressive, and cannot be ac-
cepted. From Mr. ‘Tudor’s ex-
perience as a Churchwarden and
a member of the Vestry and as

playing fields for the
parish of St. Michael.
Gi) The Gover nofr - in-
Executive Committee
approved of a grant bé-
ing made (the amount
of which was subse-
quently increased) from
the Labour Welfare
Fund to the St. Mic-
hael’s Vestry for defray-




Sunday—!I did not go to Bathsheba over the|
week-end as I had threatened to do. As a;

Tfuesday—“All fun and no work makes Jack

Wednesday—Scholarship Act amended yes-

¥riday—Thought the school children Quizz



DIARY

result I understand that quite a few of my
friends were disappointed. They went to

Bathsheba and of course looked for “the! f

other thing” which would have been
found in my bag. I am sorry, but for once
I had a really quiet Sunday. I even read

one or two of the weekly papers and was ‘

surprised at some of the things I saw.

When, if ever, will some people be satis- :

fied? The sugar workers get an all over
imerease in benefits receivable from the
industry. Somebody still found the oppor-
tunity to say that they were “robbed”.
Not enough, they claimed. However, I

consoled myself with the fact that when-|,

ever an election is near, hot air escapes in
‘various forms.

* * *

Monday—Today was a real holiday for a lot|%
of people who really let themselves go in|%
the good old fashioned way. I went to the|.%

sea at Worthing and the beach was
crowded. I visited thrge other beaches
and the scene was similar in each case.

The Park had its full share, and so did the| %

St. James Buccaneer spree, and Morgan
Lewis.
crazily along some of the country roads
but nothing happened and it seemed as if
“a good time was had by all.” This is good
American, please,

* * *

a dull boy...”, so back to work today for
old and young alike, .It was an interesting
sight to watch the boys and girls in the
various school uniforms hurrying to the
different seats of learning. Buses, cars and
cycles were all in use, but I was somewhat
alarmed when I saw one slim youngster
pedalling his cycle with a little sister and
brother on the bar. This seemed to me a
dangerous practice. I have seen young-
sters do all sorts of things on a cycle alone,
or even with a friend on the bar, but
negotiating buses, cars, and carts with
two aboard is not easy. Please give one
of them bus fare, or get another eycle,

* * *

terday by the Legislature enabled five
boys to get Barbados Scholarships. Usu-
ally there are four boys and one girl, but
this time two boys tied in the Classic
group, and no girl reached scholarship
standard. Very fortuitous set of circum-
stances which might not recur for a de-

cade. Some people including members of
the Legislature were afraid that they
were creating a precedent, but they are
forgetting that reason, or cause, and op-
portunity had.to come together to produce
the situation which warranted the amend-
ment. The Act was not amended because
two boys tied, but because they tied at the
time that no girl qualified. This gave the
Education people the opportunity. No

The usual contraptions cavorted| ‘

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Thursday—Had a chat with Mr. Kenneth

‘Ablack yesterday afternoon. He is the
BBC chap who has been seconded to this
part of the West Indies to produce West
Indian programmes and promote broad-
casting in the W.I, He seems the right man
for the job. I wish him success.

* * *

contest arranged by Rediffusion quite a
good idea. Lodge beat Ursuline Convent bv}
a single point. The programme was re-
corded and will be put over the air on
Sunday at 7.15 p.m. __ au |

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Saturday—So Barbados nearly managed to}

lose the second cricket game. I don’t know
if their performance was any Giseeg |
ment on the first game. They got B.G. out
for 368-—quite a good show, but could only
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DURING the week the temper- spot is now used as platform a staff in his hand was always at Eider started his voice was high® Chairman Elder got to his feet ten ear:
ature of the political fever rose space. A lorry was Mr. Chase’s Mr, Mottley’s heels. He was pitched, soon after it was searcely and introduced thie speaker; moi like on ie Cseceing oan For COCKTAILS WINE LIST
by many degrees. Many meetings platform and wires were run from guarding against any over-too- audible and then it could not be,#A gentleman whom you all know today.” ey Carr's Cheese Crisps
were held and of course the pop- this to a nearby electric pole and excited voter who might try to heard at all. well, Mr. Yarde”. Mr. Yarde, who After Mr. Yarde’s say, the Fea Nut Butter Cone aoe
ular Ohapman’s_ Lane, vantage a house. At the end of the wires attack “Father of the City”. 4 opened with words ranging from Chairman took pleasure in “intro- Pranes ie Bagg ory
point of the thickly populated dis- were the loud speakers which At Mr. Chase’s meeting, things _ While the man was _ altering “exploitatious methods to political ducing the speaker of the night Planter’s Nuts ao ara
tricts of Suttle Street, Reid Street, blared out recently composed got started shortly after 8 o'clock. the transmitting set Mr. Elde? sind economical strangulation”, Mr. Victor Chase”. Mr Cie. nein Vionna Sausages Bye ¢Whisky
Mason Hall Street,’ Hopes. and Calypsoes, jn in the Chair was a popular man decided to clea: this throat. Un= "referring to the present Govern- lined certain things T's ero |e Canadian Red Cheese bd fgg ped
atkins Alleys, and surrounding The meeting was fixed to begin of the district, Mr. C. G. Elder known to him the mike was t, had groups in the crowd present affecting Barbauians but Cheese in Tins . Pale Nutty Sherry
OEE een ace the limelight. _—_at 7.30 but the first half an hour whom some men in the crowd told Pitched and a guttural sound looking at each other, a few nod- finally said that the oroeremnn Stuffed Olives Gordon's Gin
No candidate who is offering Mr. Chase spent wandering me was “a boss tailor from the brought the crowd to attention” ding praise but the majority of his Party, the Electors Tuaat Plain Olives Gilbey’s Gin
himself for the City of Bridge- among the crowd and thearing corner. of Mason Hall Street, and Mr, Elder went on to intro= glowering ignorance. " tion, which’ will be put forward Cocktail Cherries en Te
town ever fails to hold a meeting their views. He was expecting Mr. opposite St. Mary's Churcl. I duce the first speaker; “Ladies far’ the coming cletiamane ta ——$— Sloe Gin
at Chapman’s Lane. The votes Fred Goddard but I overheard overheard another man saying; and Gentlemen, it is none other He spoke about the people who yet com leted” H n meted 1 ee MEATS — the Best Bt, Bmelin Slaves
around there are many and the him saying something like “Fred “Brother Elder is making his than Mr. Foster.” took money and drinks from the be disclneea short! aah at el Milk F
cared is worthwhile. As a is entertaining the Bishop or vice debut to political campaigning, He Mr. Foster gave a lengthy talk Conservatives and then voted for Mr, Sydney Skinner t d Milk Ped Sone
lighterman was overheard saying versa”, While all this was going is as seared as a child giving his on Wilberforce and other “greats” Labour candidates. He termed a vote of thanks, said: Mhiake we iesvann, ered TRY OUR
de eet bri when Mr. on Mr, E. D. Mottley’s car was first recitation at a Sunday School before he finally spoke about Mr. this “moral prostitution.” one of your votes to Mr. ‘Chase Ox Ton ala
Victor Chase held a meeting; “It parked in front of a rum shop at concert.” Ohase, the candidate whom he “We cannot in this day give and one to Mr Tommy Miller. If Ox Tails ENRICHED BREAD
- reso to know de numbers Suttle Street. “Father of the Tome Mr. Elder, a 200 pounder, was supporting. He eventually got political sympathy”, said Mr. you love Mr " Mottley vote for| : : :
ve ae ices ie oo ee cam, As Mr: ae is pe oe ap omle a ts at home oF the around to saying that the House Yarde. A man standing nearby Mr. Mottley and if you like Mr,| a
small houses lis small ares ““, Was doing a spot of shop- platform but the man who was of Assembly could benefit from whispered to me; “Ee no wuh ee Lewis, vote for hi 7 |
é house removed from the to-shop canvassing on his own operating the transmitting equip- M: 1ase’s commercial experi- aulee yuh know, Because > en oon toe hae eee oe one! PHONE GODDARDS WE DELIVER
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SATURDAY, OCTOBER 6,

MORE HOUSES ERECTED AT THE BAY



RUM MISSING?

Rumour has it that a
quantity of rum is missing
from the Government Bond
at the Market.

The Advocate asked the
Comptroller of Customs
about this yesterday but he

declined to make any com-
ment.

LL
Letters Of

Administration

In the Court of Ordinary yes-
terday, the Hon. The Chief Judge,
Sir Allan Collymore granted the
petition of Timothy T. Headley,,
the Public Trustee’ of Barbados

for letters of administration of
Annie Louis Abrams, late of
Strathclyde, St. Michael,

Mr. J. S. B. Dear instructed by
Mr. Lindsay E. R, Gill, solicitor of
the firm of Cottle, Catford & Co.,
appeared for T. T. Headley.

In the petition of Cecil Pin-
heiro of Christ Church for Letters
e a te to the estate of

is le Pp) I. Pinheiro, Mr.
W. W. Reece, K.C., instructed by
Mr. C, B. Brooks of the firm of
Yearwood & Boyce appeared for
Cecil Pinheiro.

The following wills
mitted to probate:

Hilda Herbert, Christ Church;
(Died in Canada). David Clifford
Drayton, Christ Church; Susan
Beckles, St. James; Harriat Hard-
ing, St. Andrew,

were ad-



Registrar Submits
Sales’ Reports

At the Court of Chancery yes-
terday before The Hon. the Vica
Chancellor, Sir Allan Collymore,
the Registrar handed in the report
of the annual accounting of Mr.
Kenneth Mason, Committee af
the estate of Florence I. Hart for
the year ended March 31, 1951.
Florence Hart is of unsound mind.

The Registrar also handed in the
report of the sale of the heredi-
taments and premises in Reed
Street, Bridgetown, the subject
matter of the suit Winifred M.
Johnson, Plaintiff and Emily M.
Johnson, Defendant.

MIXED CARGO

The steamship Alcoa Puritan
arrived here yesterday from the
U.S. with 1,232 bags of cornmeal
and supplies of printed matter,
hoisery, food yeast, toilet soap
and blankets from Jamaica among
other general cargo.

Calling from British Guiana was
the schooner D’Ortae with 100 tons
of firewood and 500 bags of char-
coal,

The Alcoa Puritan is consigned
to Messrs Da Costa & Co., Ltd.,
while the D’Ortac is consigned to
the Schooner Owners’ Association.
The Cyclorama O brought 740
drums of colas from Trinidad.



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1951

BARBADOS ADVOCATE

PAGE FIVE



Road Construction A ROYAL SHOW PRIZE WINNER
Continues Steadily

: THE ERECTION of new houses at the Bay
Estate is progressing at a quicker rate now th

more easily obtained.
For sometime past the

Estate has been delayed because of the difficulty

stones.

Housing
at stone is

erection of houses at the Bay
of getting

This was not caused by a lack of quarries, but

stone cutters. Mr. O. T. Lashley of the Housing Board
said yesterday that during the crop many stone cutters
leave cutting stones to work with the canes

Now, however, that stcnes are
more easily obtained, the erec-
tion of houses. at the Bay is pro-
gressing at a quicker rate.

“It was hoped that hollow clay
blocks ‘made at Lancaster Fac-
tory would have been used for
ordinary pertitions,’ Mr. Lash~
ley said, “but the factory ap-
pears to be unable to deliver
them in any great quantity.”

In the meantime four-inch
sawn block stones are being used
for partitions and six inch stones

for the external wah.
18 More Houses
Eighteen houses ere being
erected in’ Jessamine Avenue.

Of these four will contain four-
rooms, 10 three-rooms and four
twe-rooms with a kitchen in each
case.

Another seven three-room
houses are under construction
abeve the Y.M.P.C. grounds.

Work will soon begin on 21 hous-
es below the Wanderers Cricket
field. Each of these will have a
latrine, bath and a private back-
yard.

“The work of preparing sites
and the removal of houses from
unsuitable areas as well as road
construction continues. steadily,”
Mr. Lashley said.

It is hoped that sign posts giv-
ing the names of the various
avenues will be erected shortly.
The tenants who own their own
homes have been told the postal
number and have promised to
have them placed on their hous-

es. They have also promised to
advise their correspondents ac-
cordingly.

When this is done it will be of
great assistance, to the postmen.

Copper Shortage

He said that due to the short-
age of copper and fittings the
Electric Company cannot make
any promise with regard further
installation for street lighting to
the areas of the Bay Estate to
the north side of Beckles Road,
It is hoped that the present short-
age will be relieved in the near-
er future.

“At the Pine the road work is
progressing,” the said, “but due
to the volume of work: being un-
dertaken by the Department of
Highways and Transport at pres-
ent, it is “going slowly.”

As soon as these roads are
completed, new houses. will be
erected and more houses will be
removed there, from unsuitable
areas. i Nes ae ‘

Meanwhile, too, “public stand-
pipes are being erected in most
areas.



Pre-Election Speeches From

London Will

Be Broadcast

THIRTEEN CANDIDATES for the General Election
in the United Kingdom will be heard over the air making
their pre-election speeches from London beginning on

Sunday, October 7. The first
Heberson (Labour) and she
Sunday.





‘KINDNESS TQ ANIMALS’

Sgt. Major C. F. Torrezao, Chief
S.P.C.A. Inspector of British Gui-
ana lectured to 150 boys from the
scnior and junior departments at
Pay Street Boys’ School yesterday
morning on “Kindness to Ani-
mals.”

Mr, Torrezao was introduced to
the boys and teachers by the
Headmaster. To end the morn-
ing’s. proceedings, the boys. sang
“Juanita”, “Guide Me O Thou
Great Redeemer”, “Psalm 93” and
“Goosey Gander,”

In the evening the Chief In-
spector lectured to Boy Scouts at
the Scout Headquarters, on the
same subiect.

A Children’s Concert, in aid of
funds for the S.P.C.A., was held
at Queen's Park yesterday eve-
ning.

HOSPITAL HELP WILL
RETURN FROM ULK.

Miss Margarct Hoad, one of the
28 girls who were sent to England
under a Government Scheme in



March 1950 to work as Hospital
auxiliaries, has suffered a serious
breakdown in health, and on the
advice of the medical authorities
in the United Kingdom,
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speaker will be Miss Margaret
will be heard at 12.45 p.m. on

The other speakers are Mr.
Winston Churchill, one time Pre-

mier of England who will be
speaking’ on Tuesday at 9.30
p.m.

Mr. Dinglefoot (Liberal) could
be heard on Wednesday, October
10 at 9 p.m. while Mr, James
Griffiths will be speaking at 9.30
p.m. for 20 minutes on Thursday,
October 11.

On Friday, October 12 Miss H.

Smith, (Conservative), will be
the speaker from.the United
Kingdom and she can be heard
at 8.45 p.m. :
20 Minutes Speech
The next day at 8.15 p.m.
listeners will hear Mr. Joseph

Grimmond, (Liberal), making his
pre-election speech. Lord Wool-
ton (Conservative) will be mak-
ing a 20 minutes pre-election
speech on Sunday, October 14 and
will be heard at 12.45 p.m.

On Tuesday, October 16 at 9.30
p.m. Mr. Richard Stokes, (La-
bour) will be speaking for 20
minutes. On Wednesday, October
17 at 9 p.m. Doctor Charles Hill
will be speaking at 9 p.m. on
Wednesday, October 17. He is a
Conservative.

Mr. Herbert Morrison (Labour)
will be heard on Thursday, Ov-
tober 18 at 9.30 p.m. Mr. Frank
Byers at @.45 p.m. on October
19, Mr. Anthony Eden on Satur-
day, October 20 at 9.30 p.m. and
Mr. Clement Attlee on Sunday,
October 21 at 12.45 p.m.



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Dominica Needs
Roads To Ajsist
Development

Mr. Aubrey Douglas-Smith,
Resident Tuto: far the University
College of the West Indies, re-
turned from a visit to Dominica

in the Lady Redney yesterday
morning.

He said that it was his first
visit to the Island which he
described as very beautiful and
mountainous with a variety of
trees and wis the most thickiy

wooded island h
West Indies.

“The island is capable of devel-
opment if more roads are con-
structed” he said,

“They have just secured the
services of Mr. Cooper, the new
Agricultural Officer from British
Guiana and excellent work in
education is being done by Mr.
Archer, the Director of Educa-
tion.”

Mr. Douglas-Smith spent about
two weeks in Dominica at the
invitation of Mr. B. H. Easter,
the Resident Tutor in the Wind-
ward Islands for the University
College. During that time, eight
extra mural lectures were given
in about ten days and these were
all well attended.

He said that the island got the
tail end of the recent hurricane
and about 50 per cent of the
banana crop was destroyed. Other
damage was not excessive.

e has seen in the



Farewell Services

Farewell Services will be held
on Sunday, October 7th at the
Reeu Street Hall, at 11 am., 3
p.m. and 7 p.m. tor Major A. E.
Moffet, the Divisional Commander
tor Barbados.

Major Moffett has been trans-
ferred to Trinidad as Divisional
Commander for Trinidad, St. Vin=
cent and Grenada. Major and
Mrs. V. Underhill, at present in
charge of the Salvation Army
work in British Honduras, have
been appointed to succeed Major
Moffett, Divisional Commander
for Barbados, and are due to

arrive in the colony on Sunday,
October 14.



FOOTLIKE YAM

This yam somewhat re-
sembling a human foot was
brought ‘to the Advocate
yesterday morning. It be-
longs to William Patrick of
Hart's Gap and was taken

from a supply which he
usually gets from Rock
Dundow Plantation in St.
Peter.





THIS PRIZE-WINNING Hereford bull was among the livestock
classes at Britain’s Agricultural Show held at Cambridge recently.
Visitors were thefe from all parts of the Commonwealth, America,

Europe, Israel and Persia.

SEAWELL GETS BIGGER
AIR TRAFFIC

SEAWELL AIRPORT, one of the two “gateways” to

Barbados (the other is the

Customs Baggage Warehouse

on the Wharf) continues to grow and expand daily. Many
interesting*people pass through its Terminal Building and

not only does the airport

attract triends of passengers

travelling but also many other visitors who spend an hour
or two watching the different flights land and take off

seeing who comes and gues

while sipping a drink in the

airport’s restaurant during their stay.

This is the first of a series of
monthly reports in diary form
about activities in general at the
airport,

September

Soft Spots. Three “soft spots”
on the runway were reinstated by
the Department of Haghways and
Transport during the month.

Operative Hours. The operative
hours of the airport during the
month of September were 461
hours, (an average of 15.37 hours
daily), during which time there
were 211 aircraft movements
through the airport. An aircraft
entering the airport constitutes
one movement and its departure
another.

Movements. B.W.1.A. totalled
126 of the 211 movements, 108 by
Vikings. and 18 by Lodestars.
T.C.A. 20 movements by their
DC4’s., B.G. Airways 28, four
DC3's and 24 by Grummans.
K.L.M. 4, two DC4's and two
DC3’s. L.A.V, totalled 17 move-
ments by their Martin 202’s, Re-
sort Airlines’ 14 by their C46 air-
craft, ferrying Barbadian lahour-
ers home after work in the U.S.,
and two private movements by
the Trinidad Light Aeroplane
Club's Auster aircraft,

Flying Club. The Barbados Fiy-
ing Club made a great step for-
ward when they invited the Trin-
idad Light Aeroplane Club to send
over one of their planes on a
demonstration goodwill visit. The
Auster, piloted by Philip Habib
and Jimmy Alston arrived at Sea-
well on September 27th for a four-
day stay. The aircraft attracted
large crowds to the airport especi-
ally on the Saturday following
their arrival, when Jimmy Alston
gave an exhibition of stunt fly-
ing. Several members of the Bar-
bados Flying Club were taken up
for rides and many other flying
"fans including five ladies’ were
also given demonstration flights.

Crash Tender, Work on the
construction of the building. to
house the Airport Fire and Crash
Tender, was begun by the Depart-
ment of Public Works. The: site
was selected by the Fire Officer,
and is situated East of the existing
Terminal Building approximately
25 yards from the Parking Apron.

Pick-up Wagon, On the recom-
mendations of the Seawel! Airport
Committee a Pick-up wagon was
purchased.

Tractor. A Tractor with grass
cutting attachment was also pur-
chased. Since its delivery, the
tractor has been cutting the
grassed side areas of the runway,
which extend for 6,000 feet with
a depth of epproximately 250
feet on either side of the runway

The tractor is also to be used

More Workers Return Home

F

IFTY BARBADIAN workers who emigrated to the U.S. this
year returned to the island yesterday by Resort Airlines.

An-

other batch of 50 arrived on Thursday.
The batch which arrived yesterday made a total of 507 work-
ers who have already returned. Other batches will be arriving

during the month. They are returning home on expiration of their
contract.

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IN THE Assistant Court of Appeal yesterday Judges

G. L. Taylor and H, A. Vau

C. L. Walwyn, Acting Police Magistrate of District “A”
who dismissed a case of wounding against James Wilkie
tock Village, Spoone

of Woods

Fisherman-Canon
On Missionary Tour

MANCHESTER,

Canon Audley W. Johnson, one
of three West Indian brothers all
of whom are canons and all of
whom hold Master Mariner's
tickets since they were once
Caribbean fishermen, is among
the missionaries now completing
a tour of England to mark the
250th anniversary of the Society
for the Propagation of the «sospel.

He was one of a team of three
churchmen from the colonies
which arrived in Manchester at

the end of September aboard tne
“Centurion,” replica of the
first missionary ship sent out by
the Society 250 years ago.
—B.U.P.

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DECREE NISI

The Hon, The Chief Judge, Sir
Allan Collymore in the Court for
Divorce and Matrimonial causes
yesterday pronounced decree nisi,
n» order as to cost, in the suit of
Gladys Griffith, petitioner and
Cordon Griffith, respondent.

Gladys Griffith appeared in per-
son.





Speightstown Round-'4

Fisherman On
Murder Charge
Remanded

Burton Springer, alias Cano:
Gregory, 23-year-old fisherman o;
bie Corner, St. wucy, who is
charged with the murder of 23-
months-old Jeffrey Boyce of thé
Cove, St. Lucy, on September 19
was remanded for another wee«
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“es” whe, the inquiry touching!
Boyce’s aeath was resumed on!
Wednesday.

\

Superintendent Simmons, who i.!
conaucting the inquiry for the
Police, asked the Coroner to ad-!
journ the inquiry sine die as the
rolice are carrying out further
hivestigations.

Springer is represented by Mr
Henderson Clarke, K.C. No further
evidence was taken when the in-
quiry was resumed on Wednesday.

The Terminal Road Bridge in
Bosecobelle, St. Peter——near Cove
Bay—is expected to be opened to
traffic before the end of this
month, \

About three weeks ago, the road
workers of the Highway Commis-
sioners of St. Peter were laying
the foundation to the bridge. The
road workers are now concentrat-









ing On casting the top to the
bridge.
Terminal Road is a_tenantry
road which is under reconstruc ~| ~
tion. The Highway Commissioners -
of St. Peter began o% the road and} Boe AN
the bridge to it around June. Vy

They have been working steadily
on the road with only an occa-
sional interruption by heavy rain-
fall.

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Treasurer of St. Peter, said yves- J\ 4
tevday that the new bridge is a}

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While snoppers
aweltered in the heat on Wednes- |
day, residents of the leeward par..|
ishes were kept indoors by heavy
showers of rain,

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in from around | p.m. and fell} ‘
continuously fos about two hours at night . or use the
District “E” Police Station regis- VAPEX INHALER



tered one inch of rain.

Some residents were marooned
in their homes while all the
waterways were swollen and
running into the sea. Workers in
fields did a half-day’s work and
so did some masons and carpen-
ters. Speightstown had five parts
of rain on Tuesday night,

Holetown Police Station regis-
tered 71 parts of rain more than
Speightstown on Wednesday.
Streets of St. James were flooded,
the water not running off until
hours after the fall. Mud, stones
and bush were left strewn along
the flooded streets after the water
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conjunction
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The Coming Election

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nS i a NN “ ing the fourth was wr Attlee ha talks, But there is a mountain of
Jan s From e4 wfair and improper ee has decided to accept of peace with Russia and harmony
1949 Nov, 1949 at ". oe S a . oem ae ee co cote tte Goatest: . son at the United Nations. Since then
5 . i roads, and of inci- eae SESS ics, an is six years ve ssed, ere is
23698 Typewriter 30475 «1 Pr. Silver Batgies dentals necessary for (ix) The evidence does not L#>our Party feel that to continue still unpiae phage-aitth truce
. 30495 2 Gold Rings in office for longer would be to i i
May 1949 30498 Gold Ri the proper establish=, é€stablish that the Ou human dissatisfaction, with hopes
Wes 30500 3 Gold Rings ment of this playing’ derived 5k an even more severe defeat. damned with aeoatt i or with
, " ‘ b but
0 dala Neckiet 30812 Gold Ring (iti) The Wwhns upon which nh" yy from these Since the General Election is aa
6 Ring 533 Gram Seite this grant was being e ‘regularities. only a month hence every state- And this is the stuff Conserva-
9 Ring 30986 Gold Ring made were communi- ke there were op- Ment about British polities now tives will feed on.
983 Ring 30541, 3 Gold B Bande, cated by letter from the ‘gs eeu for wastage cobinae ee ee ws rape : : e
re 4 Financial Secretary to /~ because
fine 1949 5 2 Gold . bias. And the way I have written a
June Bins. (Gold Cameo) = ae st ee wey _ of : 4 of Mr, Attlee’s reason for holding What they “will do- after the
20079 1 Bangle Dee, 1949 29th August, 1949 establishing . the election is certainly the Con- election is another matter. The
(iv) Under rireie 4 ing field and its ad- S¢tvative way of putting the case. Evening Standard, with some
27953 Gold Necklace which a co in Yet an impartial observer could foresight, suggested recently
29133 R. G. W. Watch 27972 Gold Signet Ring = :" were accep’ * y 6 ae cannot be hardly but admit that these are that on no _ account should
29145 Goid pe Bracelet 27994 Gold Ring i od tee wee oe regarded as excessive or the facts. Mr. Attlee’s Labour Conservatives formulate a policy
29160 gad echnce & Pendant] 28012 Camera woh a 7 expenditure even as unreasonable, Government is losing popular because they might be. com-
i nt's C. W. Watch 28068 Gold Signet Ring 4 ne Roa, hoy been The loss or misap- favour, If it remained in power pelled to carry it through! And
9247 Gent's C. W. Watch 28097 Gold Ring p ny eld was only propriation disclosed without choosing an election it any policy would be a target
; 28117 Ladies C.W. Watch to 4 increased in ac- was of the part of the would suffer from a severe winter, for the socialist campaigners. But
-_ 28134 Gold B ae catimates to be, agreed "Wh. Sader boustat em See: shortaa® of fuel and electricity in tator might well poenmment on some
& e nt * x ~ Shortage o uel and electrici n r mi. w ent on some
26185 Gold Stone Ring Gold me with the Social Welfare WEL aed SAMA eres the cold weather. The Latour CLEMENT ATTLEE common misapprehensions,
26233 Gold ond 28160 Gent's W. Watch Officer, and on comple- F transported by r Party’s managers might well have : Contrary to some American
26339 Gold Ri 28165 Cake Stand tion of the work or at ’ rigs from Seawell, reckoned that had an election candidates make more ‘Tory Opinions the Conservative Party
26376 Two G Pinas: One Iden, appropriate intervals SIR CLEMENT MALONE ms * ce come next March—forced by the chances! will not attempt to dismantle the
Bracelet Dec. 1949 the Vestry would fur- rs Field.” Neither weight of public opinion—then National Health Service.
ei Gold Ring nish audited accounts were properly expend- Mr. Tudor nor Mr. Cox Labour would have been com- * * * Contrary to some opinions Mr.
421 Gold Ring 30581 Camera of the expenditure of all ed and properly vouch- was implicated in any pletely routed, and gone into a The i Churebill 3 is not likely to be an
26481 Ladies C.W. Wotan & Seong 67 old Ring monies received from ed for, and that the tion. The long eclipse. ewe pe at this election is easier partner for the United
26521 Gent’s R.G.W. Watch the Labour Welfare work of establishing party has not ; bly——who will rule the country States in The Atlantic Alliance, A
Strap fing Fund. The Vestry thus the playing field was been traced. Clement Attlee broadcast his next. Neither of the major parties brief glance at the “White House
29295 1 Gold Bangle 30665 Gold Ring became responsible for efficiently performed. (xi) There is no foundation decision to the nation. He has has a coherent political pro- Papers by Harry Hopkins” indi-
29353 Lady’s C. W. Watch 30685 Ladies’ RG, W. Watch the proper disbursement To assist him in the for belief that any huts chosen for his party the prospect gramme to offer. The Labour cates some of the trenchant
29385 Gold Ring 80741 Gold Ring of the amount of the performance of this or hut, or part of a hut of a small defeat, at a time of his,,Party has enjoyed six years in arguments Winston had with
3 Gold Ring 30743 Ladies’ R.G. W. Watch grant duty, the Vestry had ¢ as stated in Own choosing, in order that the@ ower. In that time it has put Roosevelt during the war. Possibly
04 Gold Ring 30747 Gem Ring; Gold Ring (v) Th Vestr: Aabuted the placed at his disposal (%) above were misap- Labour Party should live to _— nto practice almost all the he would stand up for British
29413 Gold Ring 30779 Gold Ring Playing vial commana. the services of a Build- from Sea-~ again another day. measures of legislation that it opinions more sturdily than the
29428 Gold Ring 30793 2 Sold. Rings ‘ae which: the ing Supervisor. -em- or from the “Prin- declared, originally, as its policy. present cabal
29473 Gold Ring 20810 Gold Ring Chiwecneiaae itr. ployed and paid by the cess Alice Playing This, of course, is not the way‘And some-of them leave the bitter No Conservative Government in
29488 Gold Chain and Pendant 30823 Gold Necklet & Cross urchwarden (Mr. H. Vestry. The Church- Field” or while in tran- Socialists would state the case. taste of regret even in the mouth sight could “lift controls”—just
20492 Necklace & Pendant 30871 Gold Ring . Nae ee warden neglected to Sit between those two Clement Attlee, himself, spoke of of good socialists, For the Labour like that. Conservatives have
29493 Gold Ring ‘ — 00 : a ro make use of this $ the need for Government seeking Party this election will be the always refused to be drawn on
29529 1 Gold Baby Bangle lan. 1950 és) — o oe officer's services. He (xii) . von be desirable an assurance from the country of defence of a citadel rather than the exact controls they suggest
onsen Gans ais ‘ playing = at the thourred expenditure aane sexe clearly a strong majority. the raising of a banner for the should be abolished.
Aug. 1949 28208 Geld Ring ; eet, eng erection ia pomne instances with- ae t by law But that way of speaking does March into new country. The
as 28229 Gold Ni ra & Pendant Seniee cas ie eee out the knowledge or the auities and powers not persuade political observers, Labour Party will stad as the * * *
26535 Gold Bangle at aot oo ace ny carrying out of other approval of the Vestry of the Churchwarden. jt is clear to the impartial that defender of the “social service
26540 Gold Ring 28946 1 Pe ng si matters, but neglected or bis Coininittes, and It might be — nothing but -an extraordinary State” that it has fabricated. Free It would take an article in itself
28541 Gold Necklace eats Geld oon rings to make investigations nol tk Rocnee cai ~ to empower € swing of public opinion in the next Health Service, subsidies on food to discuss the political dissension
26591 Gold Ring 28341 - Chosk ng during Mr. Tudor's eatindten aareek tapeil uditor i to month ean bring a Labour victory, Prices, controls of prices, bulk that is seething in the Labour
26611 Gold Bangle 28350 Gold term of office although and passed for a oor fe amount The reasons for believing that the Purchase of raw materials and Party. There is a battle of per-
26623 Ladies C.W, Watch & Strap 26363 Gold es representations were ment’ vouchers’ ‘which aa rom ot “ar Conservatives will gain more seats food, national insurance, free legal sonalities between Mr. Aneurin
26644 Gold Ring 26867. 1 Gold : ng made by the Auditor, was Ook cae oe w paymen: : © than in February 1950 are three: aid—these are the palicies Lahour Bevan and Mr, Emanuel Shinwell
aa oe me sacs 28407 a Ring e =. neem sneer not properly . certified ae ee a a am, oer nave - ated . aupae will defend, for the ee et a
| e of confidence in the country that Labour Party. ie is le
Aten: Machine ans ten Ring Churchwarden was not . pre ge ma Lowrie opel a te the pendulum of political favour The curious fact is that the lively by a socialist internal cold
02 Gold Ring 30878 Gold Ring observing the terms Sone hich taidets i to the V is swinging their way. This was Tories will be attacking on a war being waged even while the
28729 Gold under which the grant or whic ers appea estry: the fortunate legacy of their near- different front. ‘It ost Labour Party faces the danger vf
30895 Gold Ring should have bee 25. F hog - x
51 Ladies R.G.W. Watch 30910 Gold Ring was made or the rules ted 4 ° n_ in- inally, I desire to express victory last’ year. Second: the that the Conservatives will march the Tory election onslaught.
(0 Gold Ring 30960 Gold Ring in financial matters laid with mn 1 pene my appreciation of the assistance rising cost of living since the cirectly against the citadel of the
26852 Gold Ring 30981 Gent's C. W. Watch down by the Vestry. ‘ 9 ution passed ee a by oe Attorney opening of the Korean War and social service state, Instead they Another article, again could be
26872 One Pr. Gold Earrings 1010 Gold Ring (vi) The Playing Fields a e Vestry. The neg and by e Acting Finan- the re-armament programme has will appeal to the desire of man devoted to the more polite internal
26896 Ladies R.G.W. Watch 1049 Gold Ring Committee failed to urchwarden’s acts cial Sect nn Capt. Bryan) with- marched against the Government for a change. They will make differences within the Conserva-
26910 Gold Ring 31076 1 Pr. Gold Bangles : take sufficient interest and omissions in these sa a < a deal of the in power. Third: the Liberal political profit out of the sense of tive Party. How secure is
26080 Gold Ring 31107 Gold Ring in the execution of the cases were unwarranted Ss aitabe ght not have been Party, which made a brave but stagnation that has descended on Churchill’s leadership now that
26935 Gold Ring 81117 id Ring work at the “Reef” and highly irregular, “36 Tc sins futile show in the last election Britain. Since 1939 we have lived the public opinion poll has an-
26946 Gold Bangle 31120 Pr, S. Bangles; Gold which work was left and call for very severe te the wore on fo Bey ag og with 475 candidates, is planning, in stirring times. A “phoney” nounced the people would prefer
26953 Gent’s C.W. Watch Necklet entirely in the hands of censure, v. sh, Corcineies sae er - this year to offer scarcely a third war; the battle of Britain; a year Eden to Churchill as Prime
29541 Gent's C.W. Watch 31151 Gold Ring the Chairman. (viii) The © uae hers Mrs. Kin S two that number, This is an automatic standing alone; a winter watching Minister? And who are the young
29550 Camera 31152 Gold Bracelet (vii) ‘The Churchwarden and viii) e Churchwarden in jonngrepes it it sos advantage to Conservatives. It is the Red Army and suffering men who will quickly rise io
29574 Gold Bins 3/202 2 Gold Rings Chairman of the Play- rat for the _re- tigiy tba to. allies iy 50 estimated that of any three Liberal defeats; a year of recovery; a year power in the Conservative party—
29582 Cam 81214 Gent’s C.W. Watch Fields Committee at of huts from Sea- | Iné efficiently. voters, two will drift to the Con- of advance; a year of victory— pushing on one side some of the
3 Lady's ae G. W. Watch | 31229 Gold Ring . Gr, A. Tudor) — ~ Playing Field) (SGD) CLEM*NT MALONE servative Party, in the absence of then in 1945 the most exciting old wheel-horses who have been
1 Gold Ring 31232 Gent's R.G.W. Watch should — put did auras y be seal« ioner, a Liberal, for every one that turns political event of our time. A on Conservative Front benches
3 2 to seat wee ae ee not act in co-operation cn os enieae " oe bee 27th August, 1951, to Labour. So fewer Liberal new Government, a new experi- since Hitler ranted at Nuremburg?
Go g with the Vestry’ and th i : ;
Gold Ring 21256 Gold the Playin Fields hus in a__ position
03 Gold Ring $1278 Gold Ring Seneteke . - pow “ve to communicate the
5 Gold Ring 5 e: contents of these
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SATURDAY, OCTOBER

A LARGE crowd last



that he told them he was there
to win a seat for the Labour
Party and they had succeeded in
making his words come true. He
was very happy that night in
seeing the many faces of people
that he had come to know so
"» well. Indeed he felt that he was
talking to his own family at home
in speaking to them.
Mr. Miller then went on to
give his listeners some account
_of the work he had done in the
House of Assembly for the par-
ish. He reminded how after hav-
x ing seen the great need for
> water in Drax Hall, he had left
no stone unturned until it had been
installed. Among other things he
told them how -he had tried to
get four baths erected in the
parish for the use of the people
“after he had discovered some










6, 1951

St. George Hear
From 2 Candidates

night attended the political

meeting of the Labour Party in St. George, in support of

England, he pointed out, he used
to take time off from his studies
to ‘make protests against the
wrongs that were done against
colonials.

: Labour — Capital

They would have heard it said,
said M-. Barrow, that labour and
capital must work together and

that there was no point in putting |

two labour men in the House of
Assembly for the parish because
Labour could not exist without
eapital. “That is the sort of

propaganda which certain people |

shout about. Before a man starts
to talk about any abstract terms
he had got to explain the terms

on which he was putting forward |

his proposition.”

Mr. Barrow went on to explain |

that the conditions under which
the capitalist existed were hostile

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ener ection. giving wer
Mr.. Miller said that it was not have to wait for God's good ea _ ”
three years ago on the same spot time for that because while in that natural vivid look,





“bathing under a standpost, evi- to the improvement of the ; : . acne
dently, he stated because of the standard of living of the people | “Watch out if them Tories get in—they’ll want all yer teeth, glasses, ‘air and bettles of free jollop ‘anded back.” | oom
great distance of the standpost and hostile to the majority of | London Express Service ne
rom their homes. This like working people not only in this | See ee ad eae : ar a ol ‘Lightning’ fasteners se:
me other things he had planned istand,, ne Seoeeh, a son GOONER Gl OER edroire eae eer ask : vt toe are manufactured by
or the improvement of the social other island in whic’ ere was | “ x ‘ : ~ |
onditions of the people and had @ capitalist. set-up. «| A-sBOMB IS Speightstown HARBOUR LOG pee ne emia LIGHTNING FASTENERS {TD, ce.
ee ee ei 1 Qe ole the Lanier Porte paces A V | | relied upon. ack fas eo iabeen the odinip=epeicnda aa cic. é

iti Ot Wl } ” Ic ical Ind or
put had met.some opposition. he was a socialist. He was not| “= RE OLUTION. Round-Up ° Francis Edmeade, Violet Campbell slider pull, RR Tar Te pas
Two Kepresentatives inkes $5 nunke an Gpole dae In Carlisle Bay PEPARTURES — BY'BWHLA.L DDES GRANT LTD aR
He had gone up and down in 8208 HY, RD OCEEY FOr @ From page 1 @ 2n page 5 THURSDAY T, GEDDE LTD. vs
: 1 ' 5 that word because the Americans ented Sa es . Ss Nise . : = ‘ Yacht Marsaltese, Sch. Agustus B. Fer TRINIDAD: Agents, 2
e€ parish getting acquainted with 4 é 5 making teverish efforts in that Crab Hill Sub Station, St. Lucy “i : q Pats
S43 : were having a cold war with the] *. 2 , > fompton, Sch, Bverdene, Sch. Rosaline Sybil Young, Maud Paredes, Elaine
onditions as. they existed and pi Scians who were supposed to | direction. recorded less rainfall than either Mv. c.'L, M. Tannis, Sch. Belqueen, Miranda, Vernon Smith, Heather Ward, °
‘Sometimes he was inclined to be extreme socialists, The Labour Right now the RAF. which of these. But with the 12 parts a _Soniees, Sch ch Jeune Dorothy Cechin, vernan Knox. ee
; ; ‘ Sts, s ales ce " : oni ‘ ic . etta, Se pen, Se ario " é ENT:
ne Tepresenta he ee ont? Party: is supposed to be a socialist | #180 has the task of contributing of rain’ that parish had, some
bne representative in the House.
Now the Labour Party who had
hviously done so much for them
vere offering two representatives

the person of Mr. Barrow and





yould be giveat, the Party was
ill aiming at something greater.




party and if it is not we are go-
ing to make it one .”

Finally Mr, Barrow spoke of the
cost of living and made it plain
that this could in no way be due

was not promising to do anything

benefit.



its share to the allied goal of
matching Russian air power in
the West, is flying planes inferior
to those of the U.S., and more
important, to Russia’s. 7

Sir Arthur Henderson say Britain

each. The R.A.F’s fighters, Vam-
pires and Meteors are of the same

streets were flooded.
Baths and water

being installed at the St. Peter’s
Almshouse for the male inmates

nesday by Police Magistrate of

will be imprisoned for two months.

toilets are Capt

Schooner D'Ortac,
Gooding, from British Guiana
8

ARRIVALS
Schooner Cyclorama O,,
Ollivierre,

71 tons net,
from Trinidad.
SB tons net, Capt

Alcoa Puritan, 4,651 tons net,

Sorrang, for Trinidad

SEA WELL

George Seel,



In Touch With Barbados

imself, they were pledged to ; and nurses. Copt. Kisby, from St.’ Lucia. i
Kk after their interest and they a secant i Ee omateian Not Combat Units Durant Boyce of Upper Carlton, ,, y rah ca titer. ae Coast Station
ertainly would. He Peta that he was prepared There’s only one Valiant, flying St. James, was fined $24 DEPTS -porsons for mt an Ca Cable and Wireless (W.I.) Ltd. advise
Mr. Miller spoke of the sugar 14 give the parish of his service |2°W, and when Chancellor of the in monthly instalments of $4.80 | Schooner Mandalay 11, 30 tons net, (net, they, Gan now communicate with
agreement that had been made to the best of his ability but he|=Xchequer Hugh Gaitskell and when he was convicted on Wed- CPt. Gooding, fot St. Vincent 5 dos Coast Station:—
“between the Workers’ Union and i S.S. Polyriver, 698 tons net, Capt

8.8. Cavina, s.s, Proteus, s.s, Para

Ba Z i nas th d. i “ é istrict “RR” puay, 5.8. Foggen, s.s. Oregon Star, s,s

hat, though the benefits to ‘the fF them alone. He was a mem-|fatigne: gree, m,jighters they dre District “ik”, Mr. S. H. Nurse, ol aaa Grebianger, ss. Jovemartiy mV. Sar
k th h thi ment ber of the Party and the Party there Hardly is mi Pe th writ » receiving stolen watches. Veronico, 8.8, Puritan, #8. Indian
orkers throug is agreement \ 41d work together for their y more than one Failing to pay me fine, Boyce Keefer, ss. Ganges, s.s, | Cylifornia, 8.5.

Colombie, 8.8, Capo Arma, 8.6. Cornell

This fi f $24 hiefl ©.$, Mary Adams, s.s. City Of Alma, s.5 |
tant ‘ Sn dear % z us fine o was chie. re- r Republica De Venezuela, 8.5, S. Rosa

hey were aiming to bring vintage as the U.S. F80 Shooting sponsible for bringing the tote ot **RIVALS. — BY B.W.1.A.L, ON 5%, Mohican, s.8. Atlanta Sccondo, §.8 1
workers from the back Stars and are ao match for Rus- . i THURSDAY Willemstad, 8.8, Esso Allentown, 5.8
pds where they were and Ci il t sian Md.G’s ttre six fines imposed by Mr. Nurse From sv, VINCENT: Christian Bergh, s.8, Etdema, 8.8" Mil
lake it possible Tie them to Cv ervants - ? ‘ at District “E” on Monday and agents ctaoeb ayes Kirton, Michael jerntor, s.s. William H, Wilmer, s.s
ma . rn ritain® ‘ A z rion, Muriel Forde, Lady Rodney, s.8, Lasgeorgias, s.s. Kaia
oy the amenities of life like Britain's new Hawker may \be Wednesday to $42.00, From JAMAICA: Anuceen, Bo Bigeniay Chants, ics

ot er people.







Reject COL Bonus



the best fighter in existence

The next highest fine was one of

Elden Sylvestre
AD

Gordon Bennett.

Pleamar, s.s, Tomogerus, 8.8. Thetis, s.s |



i officials say, and it umdoubtedly $6.00, imposed on Chesterfield !rem TRINIDAD: Chantilly, 8.8, Sibilla, 5.8, Rosaura, s.s
: “ged wee Meocnsinne (From Our Own Correspondent) can exceed 700 miles per hour Bailey of Mt, Gay, St. Lucey, who ;, Pee Finke me Bennett, Rosario,
© middle class also to give their Bas i a nee city = 3g aa Le was my oo. on a charge oj — ST. fucma: ; :
ore unfortunate brothers a ‘ r rma tons—the same goes for the new wounding. Bailey was given seven Edwin urton, Marie Arthurton,
elping hand. Some people re- notified under the Trades Unions) Vickers-Supreme Swift. days in which to pay the fine and Abcchagstiaiieas Cotednete seis MAIL ROT tie
ded themselves as better than Ordinance that a ¢lispute exists in default, he will undergo one trom PUERTO RICO: : Autigua, St, Kitts, 8. Thomas Vil
ers because of circumstances, between the government as em-! But they are a long way from rponth’s imprisonment. The other _, Orrill Gwendolyn ‘Thompson, Wilbert New York by the #8. Fort Townshend
t that was not the right atti- Ployers and Government em-/combat units. That explains the fines ranged between $1.20 and “Y2" Corbin, Sybil Exshaw, Cyril will be closed at the General Post Office
de. They should all try to help Ployees. The action rollowed a/R.A.F’s urgent requests for U.S. $4.80. They were for not stopping poved temo or eee Mpatoel Beast “AEGak-nnoes Registered
the fight for the advancement meeting of the General Council | and Canadian Sabres. The cele- at a major road, black guarding, "rem 87. KITTS: " Mail at 2 p.m., Ordinary Mall at 2,30
the underdog. The banish- of the Federation of Unions of the| brated Spitfires and Hurricanes resisting an island constable and “/fred Williams, Eilesie Williams, p.m. on the Sth’ October, 1951




ent of snobbery should be made
n effort by all who indulged in

“Labour has brought to you
hiversal Suffrage,’ said Mr.
iller, “the God-given right of
very man and woman to say



ing what form of education
ur children should have and in
What condition you should live.
t is the greatest thing that could
ippen to you, make use of your
Opportunity wisely.”

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Government Employees embracing
9,000 members including transport
and Post Office workers, the Pub-
lic Works Department, water
supply and sea defences, nurses
and other medical employees and
subordinate employees of all De-

cost of living increases recently
announced by Government are
“inequitable, inadequate and un-
acceptable”, Under the Ordinance
the Governor must appoint a
committee to discuss the situation





then were like their supersonic
Swift and Hawker descendants—
brilliant designs but not yet in
combat air forces,

Owing both to military estim-
ates and economic necessity

straight from immediately, post-
war types to something “ultinsate”
like the Hawker. —(U.P.)



assaulting an island constable,
Residents of Speightstown ex-
press the hope that the refuse cans
which are put alongside the princi-
pal streets of the town would be |
cleared more often than once per |

left to collect refuse from Sunday
to Sunday before they are cleared.
During that time, all sorts of refuse
fill them up to the tops, refuse
which at times is not lacking in







Wm. FOGARTY

Ss 2 Britain decided to. skip “interme- week. 82 eed W/7 /i\ re
Who should represent him or her. partments. iate” 2 s , AILS FC IR M E N sa :
When you vote you will be deter- |The General Council decided the on ane are Shear tee re P. _ A resident said that the cans are WL MU - : nn



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ins at oul odour, %
Mr. Barrow told his listeners with the employers and workers, f ihe 6 nat | are obtainable in various shades and sizes.
“that he had come in God’s good within the month, A_ formal armen The resident wondered it it | 7
time.” He was using that ¢x- notification of the existence of the nine tk \ | “
ression because two years ago trade dispute was also sent to the T L oi d be y 8. ¢ | ATHLETIC UNDER ig
hen he was in Eagiand, he was Labour Commissioner. oO LOonaon % SPORTS SHIRTS ATHLE NDERWEAR ~
scandalised when he took up a Dette ora Dee ee ee n
newspaper sen 5 eres, Sad KINGSTON, Oct. 5 France ° t | te
read something abou e “Holi- . : 2 ne et Guil | a
day with pay ‘Bill’ He had read U.C.W.I. Extra-Mural Tutor Hons. Harold Robinson _ of ry. , HCUSE OF GOMMONS at
Shot Mr, Adams had had passed “-C-W.!. xira ural iu Trinidad, H. A. Cuke of Barba- % . Re Si at
"through the House of Assembly, pie ey dos, a, Eccles of British Gui- NEW YORK, Oct. 5. | $$ ; $5* cy Sh
a Bill to grant agholiday with pay For Leewards In Antigua 22, R. I.. don ar bene pipe charged on Priday’ that |} t as
’ hi: olony . : wey bE |‘ France in her dealings wi o- | ¢ : hae
Pihat Bill eras eee Lagisintive (From Our Own Correspondent) ish West Indies Sugar Associa- rocco is guilty of violating the ny x rao
Council and a man called Cuke ANTIGUA | |tion are leaving for London im- Charter and Declaration of Human % ¥ 28
ad said ‘that maybe it was a Mr. L. Short newly appointed | mediately to discuss the British Rights. In a cable to Trygve Lic. ‘ x ;
idea but not yet. Tutor for the Extra-Mural De-|Government question of a rea- Foreign Minister Salah El Din | % | i
“T did not have to wait for partment of the University Col-|sonable sugar price increase for Pasha asked that the Morocco | x Ss 8
od’s good time before I realised lege s of es 4 rr Indies is gaia lelhew = eee ¢ & question be placed on thé agenda | \S , er
i art ands as arri - ! @ e- of the Paris i Pet enern sl: < =a ; ‘ , mY
eB ig ey wen cater ta tian Antigua. During the past four’|tween the United Kingdom and bly. a ee 1% CYCLING has become a definite part of every x a
eet Spel ah to or what months since Mr, F, W. Case’s| the Commonwealth.’ it : e | Be
—* i rhe aia as long as he departure, Miss Nora Sifleet has Kirkwood who flies to England Egyptian action resulted from | s day life. % cbs
fra not bel cs to the plantocracy ibedn deputising in conjunation|on Sunday will argue that the a decision by the Political Com- | $ : nds sabl . :
ES ed to “identity himself with with her work of compiling anj steeply rising costs the farmer mittee of the Arab League. Arab R It is an indispensable mode of transport. w se
ee tthe le.” He did economic survey of this island. | has to meet will justify Jamaica sources here said Egypt is likely to ®
asses 0 e people. receiving a very substantial in- press during the Assembly for full| % aus . siness or ple . for The Speaker’s chair, Teas
crease in the present sugar price. independence of French Morocco. | Whether for business or pleasure and for : Pp >
—O.P —UP.| $ . ; all seating throughout the Chamber,
ae daily exercise has no equal. wed

galleries and lobbies and every other
article of upholstered furniture , om
throughout the new building

are equipped with

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Mine In Venezuela Kidney Trouble Caus es

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CLARKE; On September 20th in England,

Colonel F. Sealy Clarke, youngest son
of Sarnuel Clarke of er Ch.
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IN MEMORIAM

AIN:

Cain’ who was called
October 6th 1949.

51—1n





In loving memory of M. Jessica
to rest on

No longer must the mourners weep,
Nor call departed Christians dead;

For death is hallow'd into sleep,
And every grave becomes a bed.
Mark's Girls’ School, Staf¥ and Pupils.



CAIN; To the Sacred Memory of Mont:

rose Jessica Cain who fell asleep ini

Jesus on October 6th 1949

She was kind, gentle and sympa-

thetic—

She gave her all to the service of

She is fot dead, God called her to

higher service
Thy will be done,

She is missed by all who knew her.

McClean (Aunts),

Algustus Eastmond.
Siléntly he sleeps,
Securely in his gentie breast,

Always to be remembered by:—Mariaa

Cain, Mrs Oliver M

Kane (Brother and family U.S.A.}, Mrs.
Ruby Sealy, The Layne Family, The
Hunte Family; Caroline Brathwaite, The

Hinds Family (Cousins) and many friends

EAS?MOND—In memory of Simeon

For angels guard the slumber of the

blest





Louise Eastmond (Wife), Elaine Maycock

(Daughter), Walter Maycock (Son-in-
Law), Sylvia Turton (Daughter), James
Turton (Son-in-Law!, Grand children

STUART—In loving memory of my be-

Joved husband Herbert Francis Stuart

who died on October 4,
Two years ago

1949.

vou obeyed the call

And left me to go in search of the

Lord
You may have found Him
Much to. my delight

Buy I am just as you left me od

uriel Stuert (wife), Alma (aunt),
rother-in-iaw!. U.S.A. Family.

Leslie

WALCOTT— In loving memory of our

dear beloved mother Ethelinda Wal-

cott who died on October Ist 1945.
Six years have passed
sad day

since that

When one we loved was called away. +
God took her home, it was His will
But in our heart we love her still

and = Mr. David

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Candidates will be aecepted for

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the Certificates for Sanitary In-
Health Visitors and

hool Nurses and Tropical Hy-

giene.

Candidates desirous of taking

the examination for Meat and
Other Foods Inspectors will have
to proceed to Trinidad to take the
éxamination there during the week
12th—16th November, 1951.

All application forms duly filled

in and accompanied by the appro-
priate fee should reach the Hon-
orary Secretary not later than
31st October, 1951.

Particulars and forms may be

10.51—3n.



“GIFT SHOP
Gifts, Souvenirs, and Toys. Call
in and view Ralph Beard’s Toy
and Gift Shop, where there is a
large variety, Not forgetting the
famous Sebel Steel Toys. Also
Shell Work and Mahogany. At
Ralph Beard’s Showrooms. Lower

FOR SALE
WORTHY
DOWN

TOP ROCK

Having three bedrooms with
connecting toilets and baths,
lounge-dining room, large
front balconies, breakfast
balcony, modern built - in
kitchen, two-car garage, ser-
vants’ quarters and laundry.
Fully enclosed with all con-
veniences including tele-
phone.

For quick sale — nearest
offer to £4,500 : mortgage
available for half amount.

Apply to

RALPH A. BEARD

Lower Bay Street
*Phone 4683
4.10:51,—++.f.n.

“WESTWOOD HG
SCHOOL”

Jamaica, B.W.I.



First Class Boarding School
for girls. Wanted. Graduate
Headmistress with experi-
ence in Boarding Schools, to
take up duties as early as

obtained from the Honorary Sec-
Department of Medical
Services, The Wharf, Bridgetown.
























4

possible, 1952. Schapl strong
Christian tradition. Cool
climate. Salary according
to scale. Apply by air mail
with Testimonials étc. to

Rev. I. C. PARSONS, %

+

»,

Chairman Board of %

Governors, S

>

%

Stewart Toen, P.O xy

».

Jamaica, B.W.I. ¥

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4.10.51 2n ss

7 ,

& ys

CPO OCOCS SOOO FISN OOOO.

a ie ik ia i laa | a

; Junior Extcutive Desks,





FOR SALE

‘oa charge week 72 cents ena |

cents Sutdays 4% words — over 24!
Sent 3 anes @ ale Deena cents a)
wort on Sundays;

AUTOMOTIVE

—————
CARS—One 1947 Chevrolet Style Mas-
ter, and one 1948 Ford Prefect. Both are
in sound condition right through. Dial

2550 between 10 a.m. and 4 p.m
5.10. 51—4n,

—————
MOTOR CYCLE—B.S.A., 350 ee, 17
Model; $350; See at “Evandale,” Lower
Avenue, Phone—4796 for par-
ticulars. 5.10.51—3n.

MOTOR CYCLE—Ariel Motor Cycle
3% Spring Frame, the world’s most
comfortable bike $850.00 also Francis-
Barnett $485.00 Underwood typewriters
all sizes, long carriage, standards and
portables. Second hand machinés from
$60 and for rent. BRADSHAW & CO.



or









5.10, 51—2n
ELECTRICAL
“CLIMAX” ELECTRIC WASHING

MACHINES.—A small shipment of these
just received from Canada and at our
price of $247.12 represents outstanding
value. Dial—3878 ar 4710. DA COSTA &
Co., Ltd. Electrical Department.

5.10. 51—6n.

ELECTRIC STOVE: Cne Westinghouse
4 burner with oven, praétically new.
Owner selling beeduse unable to obtain
current. Dial 5096, 4.10.51—3n

———————

ELECTRIC STOVE—American General
Electric 3 Burner with Grill and Oven.
Like new. Phone 3100, 6.10, 51—2n
SS _

FRIGIDAIRE: One 6 cubit foot Gen-
eral Electric Frigidaire with new unit &
Procelain Cabinet. Apply: Mrs. J, W.
Chandler, Tel, No. 95211 5.10. 51—2n

LL

HEATING PADS: These with 6 degrees
of heat just received. John F. Hutson
Ltd. 5.10.51—2n

FURNITURE

“STEEL FURNITURE. —Complete range
of steel furniture including Senior and
Typists Desks,
Stationery Cupboards, Filing Cabinets,
Executive Chairs, Typists Chairs, etc
On display at K. R. HUNTE & Co, Ltd.
New Showroom, Dial—5136. or 5027.

3.10, 51—6n.

STEEL FURNITURE.— Largest variety
of steel furniture in the Island which
includes Office Desks, Filing Cabinets,
Filing Trays. Cupboards, Wall Safes,
Typist Chairs, Easy Chairs, Tables. etc.
At RALPH BEARD'S Showrooms, Lower
Bay Street.

LIVESTOCK
ONE PONY—Apply Mr. Joseph Hus-

bands, Chimborazo, St. Joseph.
6.10.51—I1n

MISCELLANEOUS

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SCALES: 500 Ib and 1,000 fb Plat- |

on Scales. The General Agency Co.,
B'dos. Ltd. Phone 4517, High St
4.10.51—4n



“T" SHIRTS—Soft
Silk; for men and women: White, Lemon
and Blue; all sizes, only $2.44 each. Ten
per cent, discount to purchaser of three.
KIRPALANT, 52 Swan Street.

6.10.51—I1n.

SS

RIDING SADDLE—One riding Saddle
20 lbs. Apply R. R. Maloney, Wm. Fog-
arty (B'dos) Ltd. 6.10,51—t.f.n.

ANNOUNCEMENTS

Private Tuition in French, History,
Maths. English, Any standard. Adults
or schoolchildren. Write Box C.C. c/o
Advocate, Advertising Dept.

§.10.51—2n







LADIES follow DAME FASHION!
Gowns for every occasion exclusively
designed and made to order. American
and Parisien stylings. For appointment
Ring MIM’ GOODING 8538.
3.10, 51—4n

CALADIUM SHOW
WHITEHALL, ST. PETER.
Amount collected was $14.40, This has
been sent to Miss Barbara Agard the
Hon. Tres. of St, Peter's “Daily Meal.”

6.10.51—1n,





WANTED

MISCELLANEOUS





TRUCK: One Ford V-8. Model 1946
or 1947 with dual gear, Apply W. B.
Hutchinson, Dial 4494. 30.9.51—n

BICYCIE—Second-hand Gent's Bicycle.

Phone 3625. 6.10.51—6n,



TUB-BATH—One Enamel or Porcelain
Tub-bath in good condition. Phone 8678.
6.10.51—3n



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10-DAYS NEWS FLASH

WINSTON CHURCHILL—
THE SECOND WORLD
WAR — Volume IV
THE HINGE OF FATE

At Johnson’s Stationery





















CARPENTER RULES
{ : At
At Johnson’s Hardware

FURNISH

Home & Office
The Money Saving Way

Wardrobes, Vanities, Dresserrobes,
Bedsteads, with Style to keep
your smile—Mopris, Tub and other
Fashion Furniture for your Draw-
ing Room — Tables, Sideboards,
China Cabinets, Waggons and
other Dining Room pleasures:
Kitchen Cabinets, Larders, om 4
and Rush Chaits—Desks in p'

afd mahoganised@ Deal, and as
wearing Chairs—Ropé Mats $1.08

up.

L. S. WILSON

SPRY STREET. DIAL 4069







It will be. necessary for
the Gis Company’s Fitters
to continue throughout Sat- |
urday and Sunday with the |
work of ¢hangitig the jets

to be used for Natural Gas,

if the work is
pletéd before
the 10th instant,
are requested to co-operate
in every way, and are also
asked to remember that the
burners altered c be
used until Thursday morn-
1g the llth when the few

Will be the pipe ne

to be com-
Wednesddy
Customers

innot

5.10.51—3n, |





PURLIC SALES

Ten cents per agate tine un week-days
and 12 cents per agate line on Sundays,
| minimum charge $1.50 on week-days











BARBADOS ADVOCATE
GOVERNMENT NOTE | 4 pyeRaise

IN THE

PAGE

‘SHIPPING NOTICES

NINE







FOR RENT
HOUSES





























MONTREAL, AUSTRALIA, NEW LVRS S TO CCSTOUBV OOF
| and $1.80 on Sundays. EDUCATIONAL ZEALAND LINE, ‘Litirep % -_ _ pa
THE CAMP--On the Sea, St. Lawrence. | ‘ ADVOCATE | (M.ANZ. Line) s %
REAL ESTATE Fully furnished, Dial 8357, UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OF 4 | % x
47 Sl—tin | 8.9. “PUY ADELAIDE ft a %
; a | zai a THE WEST INDIES : Agar ek eee ae on sft, | % :
acre of land tuated ai Cattlews: From Vv. ist) 2s,| Melbourne October 4th, § : <
Bay woods, St. James % sere of farming, to 15th. Dec. and January. Appiv: Mrs | tric ion ireme oth, Gladston ° 6th, Port Alm
| cone. 5 bearing _— -fruit trees, 1 acl Maxwell, or fhene| Ma ulat Requ mts A i Qe ice f ) a ober one Brune & Moher ath, ; b.
| bearing pear tree, a group of Stan ‘and ving at Trinidad about Novetnber t SCHOONER OWNERS %
| Benana ete. ts of sane land sonsists | — ores mm. “heveay nedihed “that r rv 0 Stet ah Gacbadee Novettibes % BW SSOCIATION (INC) NS
1 rs In addition to general carg this
| Zzotmon, Giver Bene Ba Re Rd. Call Scumce| Seer and Septes. “pt the Maiticulat Re- Songs & Dance versel has ample space for chilled and RN Consignee,, Tele. No. 4047
Mrs ‘ Prone hare frozen cargo
House. Sec mm, |quirements.in and after 1 > for ivi by Cargo eccepted on .thfough Bild. ‘of x
-venoconeesmeiURtitiheny te the University College he. adhe ikhnns | uading for trensahipinent at Trinidad 10 | %
wenane Gacea a erates ott! unbeiined. §. Gabeedine a aan, West Indies may (etter known as) “Butensr’) British Guiana, Leeward and Windwarc | %
ne len §=View! Islands
to on ores 1008 . ft. of land,| Toilet, Dining Room. No dogs. Din! from the Beparitent ad SUG. H * doe CLUB, “For further particulars apply— *
| 4 Bedrooms, 3 3 W. C's. Wash. | e144 6.10.51=1n.| tion, ,, arri St. Michael, RP octoper, {{\| FURNESS, WITHY & CO. LTD., anc |}
Basin in each Bedroom, open Verandah - Pupils of Aided | DaCOSTA & CO. LTD., s
ana Enclosed , Pror furthet| SEASIDE FLAT; near Prospect, S Secondary Schools pe obtain Bananat setved for Service | Trinidad, Barbados. |[@
Particulars, ; 5.10.51 —24 i, 2 bedrooms, Verandah and ga'- Songs | B.W B.W.t
lery, sitting re room sind kitchenette, toile: information concerning Matricy+ ABMMAION: Gone <= 10 {|
eres, wedee of home-ownership open; | “nd bath 6.10.$1=1n. lation ; uirements from the ‘ae ae hee
e’s treasures of contentment, securit; | —Serreennaptenapeacansbs —~—aeee~ | Heads Of t! Schools Danee — © - |
respect and prestige f famil see mOUra: Seaside house on the St Y
Buy one of these ieomee *0ang.” en | James Coast, Furnished — From Nov. | Department of Edueation, he
(1) Basement Dwellinghouse:— Stand- ist For inf t write to Mrs. J. B 29th September, 1951.
ing on 5% acres of land, has all moder: , Skinner Low tay » Luey : a
conveniences. Stalls for 20 cows, fai! 6.10, S1—3n






































|
u trees. j
df
igor adaicy en OUTWARD FROM THE UNITED KINGDOM
jini, Martie | Threergot inoue! IRS ONAL |
along Bank Hal n Standi i
slong Bank Hall Main Road, Standing on FOR SALE Due.
iences. ve } Vessel From Leaves Barbados
(3) One Property:— Chattel house w < i hereby wi a aehetane Fe ‘
shop in Tweedside Road. Standing on | Fo mee to 72 nt |S:S. “SCHOLAR” London 25th Aug 5th Oct.
9%) Shc Peepite tpre-root outs "lt MPNell eapoe fr heaton ' 5 SS. "SCULPTOR" {'iverpoal, and
with thea in’ Prince-ot Wales, Road, | “8 contracting anv dept or deots in ns |} LONG and Buildings formerly occupied |}! Newport aith Sept. 18th Get.
standing on 1/8 of an acre with 10 Cocos: | 22™€ tnless by 9 written order signed | S.S. “STAT ESMAN London 15th Oct lst Nev.
nut and other fruit trees. And mary by’ me ALVA WI FORDE, . . 8.5. “ST UDENT"” Liverpool aith Oet, _10th Nov
SE Seal ee coca buts ' mS An, by the West India Biscuit Co, Ltd. Reet eS paras: a ee
ing” tind. "Vou “ace ‘setdom “except ‘ae canaries! \R HOMEWARD FOR THE UNITED KINGDOM
imagination. methy 1 $
CLEMENT 8. JARVIS, 15 10 51 9p eee Niche | situated in Spry Street, Bridgetown. Closes tn
Auctioneer, ,
; . . Vessel For Barbado.
AGENCY, Marth Street, Dial wor ON | The BUBLG Are hereby warned agains as
* 6.10.51—2n ste my Wa TAY yi ae For rticalars a I to = 1% S.S, “SCHOLAR” ’ . Liverpool end Oct.
: responsible for her or @nyone else con- f Pr 9 : 3.8. “TRIBESMAN" London end Oct
} AUCTION tracting any aatot or sete in my name ss Her fastine 4 ‘ites - tion ly t RRR Nar
unless by a written order signed by me . ‘or further Information apply to. . .
|” IK. IR. MONTE & Co. Lid. |) an «
ornbury yer El
IAMOND Christ Church | DACOSTA & co., LTD. en
HAMMER 5.10. 51—2n Lower road St t ;
xB igatructiqna. xemslved, ve the ‘oa “Stree A ———-— --——- ——— miistlanc
s wi public
auction on Tuesday next the 9th Octo- - , y
ber, at 2 p.m. One double-roofed house LOosT A FOUND ,
= Mc. ces — Britton’s Cross Road. oO.
erms Cash. D’Arey A. Scott, Aue-| @—
tioneer . 3.10.51—4n,
By instructions received from the L r Ine.
bie gernared GE Podloe I wilt well GRE meme et eetens
entral Station, on Monday &th October] WALLET—One Wallet containing small : Vink weve Oe
at 2 p.m. ‘the following items ;—One| sum of money, two B.T.C. - ariekets YORK SERVICE
ladies’ Wrist Watch and a. piece of| Nos. M. 3878 and P. 406i ar ipte. S.S. “MARIO GC." sails Ist October rives Barbados 13th Oct., 1951
jewelry, Plastic rain coats, Felt Hats,| Finder please return same to Mervin A STEAMER sails 12th October — arcives Borbanon aten October, 1951
One a ing Bicycle and several a Weatherhead Ivy Road, or C/o Advocate enna tah - - Rio envenses ; cenit
tems of interest. Terms strictly Ca: Co, Ltd. Reward offered, , - Tae eh
r D’Atey A. Scott, 6.10.$1-—-1n Be NEW ORLEANS SERVICE
Govt. Auctioneer, Dist. A a3 pees Sea eile ath 8 pte ymber -— arrives Barbatios i!th Get., 1951
10.61—2n. satis 26th , hh
Sats 6.10.61". | LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE A STEAMER sails 10th October — arrives Bartadon Shawn



PUMLIC NOTICES

and 12 cents per agate line on Su:
minimum charge $1.50 on
and $1.80 on Sundays.

NOTICE
PARISH OF ST. PHILIP

Applications for the post of Nurse ati
the St. Philip's Almshouse will be re-
ceived by the undersigned up to Tuesday
| 9th October 1951,

Applicants must be fully qualified as
a Nurse and Midwife, with certificates
of competency.

The salary attached to this post Is
$80.00 per month.

Uniforms, including ‘hoes,
ers provided. $

The successful Candidate must assume
duties on the 25th October 1951,



and quart-



Applications for the post of Junior Nurse
at the St. Philip's Almshouse will also
be received by the undersigned up to
Tuesday 9th October 1951,

Salary attached to this post will be
fixed between $383.00 and $44.00 &
month according to the experience of the
successful Candidate,

Uniforms, including shoes, and quarters
provided.

The successful Candidate must assume
duties on the 25th October 1951,

(Signed) P. S. W. SCOTT,
Clerk to the Board of Guardians,
St. Philip,





29.9.51—Tn
NOTICE
Re Estate of
MILTON KING
deceased
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that ali
persons having any debt or ciaim

against the estate of MILTON KING
deceased, who died at Capetown in the
Province of the Cape of Good Hope in
the Dominion of South Africa on the
llth day of March 1951 intestate are

requested to send particulars of ‘thetr| ¢







‘| batch in respect of a board and hingle
Ten cents per agate line on week-days| shop attached to residence at Halla Rd,

16.10, 51—In




















The application of Samuel Cumber-
hatch holder of Liquor License No
1061 of 1951 granted to G. E. Cumber:

LES een nt - epee eesewenssteengensnseheeninatmniiinss

CANADIAN SERViUK
SOUTHBOUND

St. Michael for permission to vise raid Name of Ship Sails Montreal Sails Halifax Attives Rarbadns
ane tad TT ne eee 5.8, “ALCOA PEGASUS” September %th September 10th September son
Dated this Sth day of Ortober 1951 88+ (AOA LOW SER September 20th September #0th October 10th
To: iz M McLBOD. fea, 5.8. “ALCOA PILGRIM October 12th October Mth October 25th
lice Magistrate, Dist. “A” 8.8. “ALCOA PILGRIM” due Barbados me a

il rhados Septem 17tt Sull « A
SAMUBL CUMBERBATCH, und St. Lawrence River Ports Te ee
Applicant —

These

N.B.—This application will be consid- Te Reectha +
ered at a Licensing Court to be held at
Police Court, Dist. “A"' on Monday the
iSth day of October 1951 at 11 o'¢lock,

a.m

vessols have limited passen yccommodation

nee

ROBERT THOM LTD. — NEW YORK AND GULF vERVICE.
APPLY:—DA COSTA & CO., LTD.—CANADIAN SERVICE

RS
AT LENGTH AND AT LAST

we are in a position to offer

BE. A. MeLEop,
Police Magistrate, Dist, “A”

A Blood Prosi
Ki lls Men &





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vee satel gh ior Bre SAIL CANVAS NO. 1 THROUGH TO NO, 9



ive ee cearaaes tic WORN Tis Bale sammapiilinn
ieadioce git WORLD Over CENTRAL FOUNDRY LTD. —: PIER HEAD



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breath, in of ames iteart, palpitation,
Casily 200, one iP ana wore, ieyoe
suffer to | fea symptoma, t
delay treatment a « Angle day, because
your life may be in danger. Noxee
(formerl known as Hynox), a new
Preasure with the Aree donee aes
heavy Joad off the heart, and takes

eel years younger in af
et ere: ie your eiiae
e 0 make you eel Bi

and strong or money baxk,

FREE |
YOU MUST SEE ~~ PRIZES
THESE REAL

FOR ALL WHO SPEND
$5.00

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| _AND OVER.

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pe Me gg Pry pete to ~ eee
un in care © essrs Haynes
gramin, No 18 High sue brvtectows! ~~ SUNBEAM CYCLES
shall’ proceed, io distribute. the ‘asséts| & leads the way with TWIST
of lhe deceased agong the persons! % GRIP 3 SPEED CONTROL
Such claims of which i shall then, haVe on Handlebars. Shipment
had’ notice and, wil nate Hable Br] 8 Just arrived and now being
tributed to any person of whose debt o assembled.
claim I shall not then ae etal ead 8
estate are Requested to settle ther said] 9" Secure Yours NOW !
‘ated this Sih day “t Betobar 1351
PMOLARINE ELIZABETH KING. NEWSAM & C0.
} Qualified Administratrix. of the
Estate of Milton King deceased . is E ORDER
GOVERNMENT NOTICES OF THE DAY. :
\llltlidateiniss THESE SPEAK FOR THEMSELVES— THEY NEED NO SHOUTING ABOUT
VACANT POST OF MATRON, MATERNITY HOSPITAL, COTTON PRINTS GENT’S VESTS | LUNCH PLATES SILK SCARVES
BA 8, B.W.I. os das taoepidak 39c. up 2 for $1.00 29c, Each $2.98 now
Applications are invited for the post of Matron, Maternity Hospita pct Ja ate
j Barbados, B.W.I. which will beeome vacant on March 7th, 1952. SATINS } HAIR BRUSHES LINENS PANTIES COTTON
| 4 Cao Agreement for three years in the first instance Lovely Shades 65, Each All Shades 2 for $1.00
/an r k - ‘ v --
Applicants for the post should possess the following qualifications 79¢. up i SILK : — “ = TAILORS VERONA
and experience:— | PLAIN CREPES LINING
(a) State registration of nurses in the United Kingdom. Maran Caters | ei rong. Bing: Shades 54” while
3) (b) Certificate of the Central Midwives Board of England and Fee pe va swash -_ 98e, per yd $1.28 a yd
, Wales. ‘ + | f . ya. i ;
(¢) Three to five years experience in practical midwifery, pre- ° | ~~ S° = —— -
| ferably in an acceptable institution, bg LADIES CHILDREN’S sans gig Ss k pers ont
| (@) Some administrative experience required, not, necessarily in ar ay gua coe Haptic $2.29 up
a purely administrative post. iy 34c. Eac i up
The salary attached to the post is at the rate of $2,160 per annum : PLASTIC - - sae
with a deduction of 5% for rent of furnished quarters, an allowance KHAKI DRILL CURTAIN NETS UMBRELLAS SILK FUJETTE
towards rations of 60 cents per day is payable, uniforms are supplied From 98c. per yd. 38c. up $1.29 Each $1.02 per yd.
and electric light, —— “Tia w ie are is dial | TROPICAL AUITINGS satis
Passages (not exceeding df lL.) are prov on point- GENTS’ ATCHES i 5 INES ' ‘ 4s ;
ment and on cempletion of Agreement in accordance with conditions E $7 a up or ae NE 54” wide All Shares
%} embodied in the Form of Agreement. : . i ee ‘
> | Government contributes to the Srgprenenation pene for reat ALL OTHER | $1.47 per yd. $2.98 per yd. —— $1.59 up
The Maternity Hospital is one of twenty beds with a materna eee * EL Fj Surin be ae
| welfare clinic attached. It is primarily a teaching Hospital for students SHOES! FUJETTE coos ou AL ee | cae ey ee
; i twenty are trained ene It do served by s Visiling Obstetst? 10% Off | 47c. up i SHOES 100 Pairs } «, Each
th aduate nurse-midwives usual subordinate sta — s 4, ’ ates hei
ae ‘The ‘Matron is responsible to the Director ‘of Medical Services for BOYS’ } JERSEY SILKS $5.50 per pair CHANGE PURSES
% | the overall steninisteatiqn of the Hospital and the training of the — — | $1.29 up CREAM 47c. up
student midwives . Eac - | LAT | A
Applications should be addressed to the Colonial Secretary, Bar- BALARINAS | SILK SHIRTS , GENTS
bados, B.W.I. so as to reach his office not later than peor se. ae BED TICK LADIES! $2.98 Each — SHIRTS
ane re 69c. up | $1.69 per pair Se. up
‘ —- RUBBER SANDALS sninaeensinonsii
MERICAN
(TENDERS FOR SHOPS AT THE PINE HOUSING AREA|}} | HEAVY CANVAS PLASTIC 36¢e, per pr. a
\ +. 79, — $1.50 per yd. RAIN COATS ; 4
} TENDERS are requested from persons who are desirous of erect- & —— j $2.40 Each OIL CLOTH Serena ania
i i fi i } e ; : SUN GLASSES
;ing and running a shop, or shops, at the Pine Housing Area. Heavy Quality | $1.28 per yd. » s VG if . .
Two sites are at present available—No, 1 site is on a vacant spot CALICO SPORTING i ~ -——GONGOLEUM — $1.69 Each
in an area where new houses have been erected recently, therefore, it 59c. per yd. STRAW HATS 69c. u BOYS’ SUITS
will be necessary to erect a building in keeping with the surround- tia BROCADES ee $1.12 Fach a a 18 mack
ings. No, 2 site is on a decanting area, and the removal of an exist- Good Q lity GENTS SOCKS! GOOD QUALITY $1.12 Each
ing shop from an overcrowded area will be consideréd. 700G QUALItS ae eee * SILKS BATH TOWELS
In the case of site No. 1, a plan of the proposed shop including 69e. per yd. 3 Pairs for $1.00 69¢. up 296. Enel
attached residence if desired, should be submitted showing the size " " “weer ite iia: Si einai. i Repo SC
|and design of the building and the materials to be used. For site b+ SILKS epnawe cack ORIENTAL CREPES TAPESTRY
| No. 2, full particulars of the size and the structural condition of the = UD " 18c, Es 1 7 99¢. a yd. FOR WALLS
,shop to be removed will be requitéd. The type of business to be INDIAN Cc, Bach 100% PURE $6.50 up
|earried on should be stated in either case. LEATHER SANDALS HOUSEHOLD - : ---—
st a question of ~ rent will be decided on when the lease for Colourful DAMASK TABLING OU R SALE IS JUST B abe z en NEW
ne spot is considered. : _ GOODS ARR TTA a
Tenders should be addressed to the Manager and Secvetary, Hous- $5.98 ta eee ee net Pair $1.89 per y d. By acts he at Seen a lta lid ah ail
ing Board, the Garrison, and should reach that officer not later than v i ne
pO en eens eeeres i i TS ONLY THANI BROS. to offer you such Excellent Values
Ot ROMHEY PATUCUIASE ADPIY to The SHOVE MenHened Gmbet, | ey a ht a a one ee: Cee min OMe ila iG lui lll an aR MRS Ul ab aan
22 .9,51—3n SSS SSS SSS : SSS ==












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PAGE TEN

ee ee een

Barbados Wins

2-Point Margin Victory

Over British Guiana

THE VERY NARROW MARGIN of two points,
won the Martinez Shield—one of the
by the four colonies of Trinidad.
ca, British Guiana and Barbadus.

Bart marksmen

pn competed for





Barbados scored 783 points and
second was British Guiana with
781. Next was Jamaica \ with
768, and then Trinidad with 139.
Barbados last won the Martine
eld Competition in 1939.

The Shield wes prescnied by
t ‘a Mr F







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Fy rick M
Nastirez, ¢ Jarbcdos Lusiness-
? known West Indian circles

as the Prince of Commercial
He donated _ this
trephy in 1907 for competition be-
tween the Pritish Caribbean ¢ Jo
nes, and competi.icns have beea
heicl regularly since that time

There were breaks, how evar,
Curing the years of the two Wosid
Wars.

At present Barbados holds
Hui.H. ine Luke of Gio S.er's
Chalience Cup, the Swettenham
Cun, and the Martinez Saie! 1,

The shoot for the Martinez
Shield was held in August, and

Trovellers

| here are tne scores of the com-
peting teams. In each case, only
the six best scores count.
RUPERT TAN CHOON FIRST
Barbados Rifle Association
T h Wi Mr. F. D. Davis 135
ang oon ‘ill Captain C. E. Nebiett 132
Mr. T. A. lL. Roberts 131
4 . Mr. M. R. de Verteuil 120
Lead T dad lean. Lt. Col. J. Connell 128
Mr. G. F. Pilgrim 127 783
(From Oar Own Correspondent) M 5 "Wee 3
Some m6 y Mr. T. G. McKinstry 124
PORT-O} -SPAIN, Oct, 1. Captain 8S. Weatherhead 123
Rupert Tang Choon, has been SECOND
appeinted captain of the Trinidad of — bared Rifle Association
a ‘ 2 ets | ol Mr . river . . 13
team to meet British Guiana IN Major F. T. Manley 131
he Intercolonial Cricket Tourna- mr J. A Sutton 131
nent to tour B.G. next February, Mr. F. H. Alleyne .. 130
Mr. D. Young 129
é Mr. M. A. Wight 127 781
New Cricket 3.x. xm ow
Mr. P. U. Hing .. 122
Games To-day sn
Jamaica Rifle Association
yames O- . Mr, E,. Waddington 131
Mr. A. H, Stuart .. bes 131
. 4 pe Set. W. B. Sangste 2
The sixth series of first Divi- Mr. B. N Cridiand | in
sion and Intermediate games Mr. N. H. Shaw . 126
opens today and fixtures and Major F. L. Patterson .... 126 768
umpires are as follows: — gr :
M oh
Oct. 6, 13,20: YMPC vs Lodge Mr © |. Barton... 128
at Beckles Road. Trinidad Rifle Association
Umpires: H. B. Jordan and D. Mr. E. Crooks .. ' +» 130
Roachfora. Captain K. Gittens i+
" re - a spre Vi. HK. Brewster 124
partan vs Police at Queen’s iy “GC. “Lumsden 122
Park. — Mi. U. Cross 120
Umpires: J. H. Walcott and L. Mr. E. Johnson 119 739
Spellos . Cade 3: Merrett 18 cots
’ ge VS : “e ¢ ‘o].. Captain Serrette 1
we ge vs Wanderers at Col ¢Mr. F. Springer 3id
Umpires: L. E. King & rf iiakabinsieineticiciah be ass:
rrotman.

Empire vs Combermere at Bank
Hall.

Umpires: F. L. Walcott and G.
Forde.
Pickwick vs Carlton at Old
College Grounds.
C. Gibson and C. Small.
Intermediate

Oct. 6, 13, 20: Wanderers vs

Empire ai the Bay.

Umpires: W. Bayley and B,
Clarke.

Pickwick vs Spartan at the

Garrison.
Umpires: P.
Hall,
Cable & Wireless vs Windward
at Boarded Hall.

O. Evelyn and J.

Umpires: C. Batson and R.
Pinder.

Mental Hospital vs Regiment
at Black Rock.

Umpires: W. Harewood and T.
Sisnett.

Stumps drawn at 5.30 p.m.

Tea interval 3.30 to 3.45 p.m.

PARIS RACING CLUB
WILL PLAY AGAINST
ARGENTINE TEAM

PARIS, Oct. 5.

The Paris Racing Club said it
would play against the Argentine

River Plate” football team in
Waris on January 24, during the
European tour of the Argentine
team.

The “River Plate” are scheduled
tc play in Barcelona on December
19, in Madrid on December 23, in
Rome on January 4 and in Paris
on January 24. i

Other games in Portugal and
England are being organized for
February for the Argentine team
it was learned here. —(U.P.)

W.L. Soccer Team
Â¥ e e
For Britain

LONDON — The British
Football Association, following
its policy of encouraging foot-
ball in the colonies, has in-
vited the West Indies to send
a side to play leading British
amateur teams at the begin-
ning of next season, Teams
irom the African colonies have
alréidy played in Britain
with marked success, some of
them playing barefooted, and
Sierra Leone will send a team
to Britain in the 1954—55
—B.U.P.

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THING IN THE HOUSE.

B.CLL
eo Lie e Test

Clairmonte Depeza scored a bril-
liant 60 runs for the Country XI of
the B.C.L, in the game against the
City XI on Sunday and Monday
last, The feature of the match was
the second wicket partnership be-
tween Depeza and Victor Belle of
George Park which realised 81
runs,

This was the only partnership
of importance. When it was
broken the City spinners broke
through and the side fell for 156.

The City XI batted. in patchy
manner. Only Kenneth Goddard
and Gerald Sobers showed any
form and the City team was dis-
missed for 135, Gerald Sobers took
3 for 43 and V. Todd 3 for 41.

The match ended in a draw as
time only remained for the Goun-
try to score 41 for the loss of three
wickets when stumps were drawn.

The second game in the series
will last three days and will begin
on Sunday, October 20, at Bank
Hall. ea



Kid Gavilan Knocks
Out Rosado

HAVANA, Oct. 5.
World’s Welterweight Champion
Kid Gavilan of Cuba knocked out
Bobby Rosado of Puerto Rico in
1 minute 2 seconds of the 7th
round of a scheduled 10 round
non-title fight last night before
7,000 fans at the Sports Palace.
Gavilan battered Rosado freely
in every round of the lopside bout.
In the early rounds Gavilan
rocked Rosado with right hooks
to the body. Rosado fought
gamely but was clearly no match,
In the sixth, Gavilan rocked
Rosado with a barrage of right
ond left hooks. Rosado was in
trouble at the end of the sessign.
In the beginning of the seventh,
Gavilan caught Rosado in a
corner and hammered him with a
two hand barrage that dropped
him face forward to the canvas
and he was counted out. Each
weighed 147) lbs. —(U.P.)





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PLOODLIT FOOTBALL in England and a crowd of 44,000 spectators flocked to see the match between
Arsonal, one of England’s Division I teams and Hapoll-Tel-Aviv,

to 1.

America’s Boxing Czar Resigns

By PETER WILSON

The clean-up of American box-
ing has begun,

Tom Dewey, racket - busting
Governor of New York State, has
ordered a thorough investigation
of the sport in his territory.

Eddie Eagan, former Rhodes
scholar and ex-Olympic boxing
champion, who has been the

“czar” of boxing in New York for
many years, has resigned his job
as State Athletic Commissioner.
Pressure of his private law prac-
tice makes it impossible for him to!
earry on, and he is to be succeed-!
ed by a 52-year-old ex-Marine and ,
former sports writer, Robert j
Christenberry. 1
The whole business of the fight
racket in New York was brought
to a head when 20-year-old
Georgie Flores, who had been
stopped twice in three weeks, was
allowed to fight on the Joey
Maxim-Bob Murphy bill at
Madison Square Garden, despite



~ a New York rule which says that

a fighter who has been knocked
out must be compulsorily rested
for 30 days.

Flores died as the result of
injuries in the Garden fight—and
the heat was on,

It was after this that I wrote
in the Daily Express: “In eight
visits over a period of 14 years I
have met almost every influential
figure in the sport of rings. Many
of them are fine and honourable
men, They are my friends—l
think I am, theirs.

“But behind them are the sallow,
hard-faced, snap-brimmed charac-
ters, who have done their time in
the State jails of New York and
New Jersey, in Pennsylvania and
California. ...





WHAT’S ON TODAY

Police Courts — 10.00 a.m.

Camera Club Exhibition at
Barbados Museum — 10.00
a.m,

First Division, Intermediate
and “Second Division
cricket matches at the
various grounds — 1.30
p.m,

CINEMAS

Glebe: “The Secret of Convict

Lake” — 5,00 p.m, and $.30 p.m,
Plaza (Bridgetown) : “fT he
Damned Don't Cry” — 4.45 p.m
and 8.30 p.m.
Plaza (Oistin): “City for Con-




600 p.m. and 8.30 p.m
: “You're in the Navy
— 4.45 p.m. and 4,30 p.m.

Roxy “Smugesler's Island’ —
445 p.m. and 8.30 p.m
Royal: “It Happened in New

Orleans” and “Journey of Doc

tor Kotnis” — 4.80 p.m. and
8.15 p.m,

Olympic : “Two Weeks With
Love” and. “Soldiers Three" —
1.30 p.m, and 8.15 p.m,







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FROM CODRINGTON

Total rainfall for month to
date: .57 ins.

Highest Temperature :
86.5°. F,
Lowest Temperature :

74.0° F.
Wind Velocity; 18 miles
(9 a.m.) 29.904,

per hour
(3 p.m.) 29.834

Rainfall: nil

Barometer :





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“It is safe for them to summon
some of the’ high-placed execu-
tives in boxing to the back booths
of a deserted bar—as I saw a few
mornings ago—and issue their
baleful instructions.”

My story was cabled back to
America, and I was _ attacked in
certain sections of the American
Press, and, by implication, on the
radio,

But not all the Press comments
were adverse. Dan Parker, New

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Lighting was provided by 84 1,500 watt lamps from the grandstand-EXPRESS.





York's greatest sports writer, de-
voted two-thirds of his column te
vindicating what I had written,
and going even beyond it.

Now Governor Dewey is getting
really tough. He has even cracked
down on the Infernational Boxing
Club, which practizally controls
boxing in the United States, ex-
cept on the Pacific coast.

Dewey says: “Managers, match-
makers and promoters must be
men who can stand public scru-
tiny. Boxing has always had a
powerful influence on our youth,
and it must be a clean influence.”

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