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Kgyptian Batteries

Fire On Israelites
PILOTS BOYCOTT

BRITISH

IN MED SOURCES said that

batteriés
Egyptian
them to w

SHIPS

CAIRO, Oct. 25.
Egyptian coastal

d opened fire on Istaeli patrol vessels héar
Gaza in Southern Ba
The shooting

ether and forced
ed about 125

miles northeast OF the tense Suez Canal Zone and brought
new anxiety to the troubled Middle Bast. \<) 6. 5 <

The sources said that

blazed forth when the Israeli
Egyptian territorial waters.

the Egyptian edastal guns

coastal patrol enteYéed

SUEZ PORT CRIPPLED!



Egypt banned all Anti-British demonstrations and
threatened drastic penalties for any recurrence of bloody
battles between rioters and police. At the same time the
Egyptian Government ordered its officials in the Suez

Canal Zone to follow a

programme of rigid non-cooper-

ation with British forces there.
The order was issued in defiance of the British threat
to invoke “severe measures” against striking Egyptian

workers. The port of Suez

the walkout of Egyptian dock workers.

has been partly crippled by
Tn addition

Egyptian canal pilots have paralysed ship movements at
the port by refusing to guide vessels with British military

equipment.

traffic to

ritain on Wednesday modified her clamp down on
let 250 oil trucks go through from th

& Suez to

Cairo. Egyptian officials said most of the rail traffic in
the Canal area still was banned and road traffi¢ moved

under tight restrictions.
ptian informants said oil
trucks were let through after
British officials of the Shell Oil
Company said that oil installa-
tions at Suez would be damaged
if they had to shut off,

Strong forces of Egyptian
police fired on crowds in Alex-
andria yesterday. They flung
tear gas to, bréak up démonstra-
tors who paraded before the
Russian legation in Cairo and
shouted: “Give us arms to fight
the Britons,” One demonstrator
was reported killed in Alexan-
dria yesterday.

Interior Minister Faud Seragel
Din Pasha sternly said Govern-
ment will take the strongest
measures against these trouble-

; ed

makers,

demonstrations after rioting
broke out two weeks ago in the
wake of Egypt’s denunciation
of its treaties with Britain.

Independent Cairo newspaper

Al Ahram said Government has
ordered the privately operated
Suez Canal Company to bar all



SUDAN MAY
SCRAP TREATY

ships from the Canal unless they
have permission to go through
from the Egyptian administra-
tion,

(C.P, and U.P.)

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WITH EGYPT’ | \£C Issue Unusual

KHARTOUM, October 24

Egypt’s heavy handed attempt
to unite the Nile Valley by abro-
gation of the Suez ana Sudanese
treaties may «boomerang if move-
ments going ahead in Khartoum
are fully developed.

Egypt’s main interest in the
Sudan is the water of the mighty
Nile River but her disregard of
Sudanese opinion is having the
worst possible effect.

Sayed Mohammed Ahmed Abul]_

Sin, member of the Sudan Execu-
tive Council has proposed to the
Sudanese Government to answer
Egypt's treaty abrogation by ig-
noring the 1929 Nile waters agree-
ment and simply taking as much
water as the Sudan needs.

The Sudan legal assembly meets
on Thursday and will take up the
ordinary member motion proposing
that the Sudan take as much water
as she needs because her present
annual quota is too small to permit
adequate agricultural development.

Under the 1929 agreement Egypt
is permitted to take 92.3 per cent.
of the annual Nile flow and the
Sudan only 7.7 per cent.

But the Sudan agrees not to take’

more water than is necessary for
human needs from April 1 to July
21, In facet, from January to July
the Sudan uses only water stored
from floods not touching the flow
and actually uses only two per
cent. of the annual flow.

—U-P.

Arrowsmith Gets
Post In Basutoland

(From Our Own Correspondent)
GRENADA, Oct. 24.

Hon. E. P. Arrowsmith Admin-
istrator of Dominica since 1946 has
been appointed Resident Commis-
sioner of Basutoland and will as-
sume his new duties early next
year it was officially announced
here,

Born 1909, educated at Chelten=
ham College and Trinity College,
Oxford, Arrowsmith first served as
Distriet Commissicner cf Bechu-
analand 1932 then held a similar
post in the Turks and, Caicos
islands,

————— A SA NR
TO-DAY’S WEATHER
CHART

Sunrise: 5,49 a.m.

Sunset: 5.50 p.m.

Moon: Last Quarter, Octeber

22

Lighting: 6.00 p.m.

High Tide: 12.37 p.m.

Low Tide: 6.09 a.m., 6.43
} nm



A a ETT

Warning

NEVADA. Oct. 24.

The United States Atomic En-
ergy Commission issued an un-
usual warning to aircraft, leading
to speculation that a rehearsal of
the planned atomic bomb blast
will be held between 4 a.m, and
noor E.S.T.

A.E.C. issued the warning
through Aeronautics Administra-
tion banning aircraft from certain
airways the civil nearFrenchman’s
Flat, atomic testing site and be-
tween Las Vegas and Albu-
querque, New Mexico. we



Gompleted

Prime Minister Sidney Holland
to-day asked the House of Repre-
eect ee ah try to cram too
much inte. tinerary for next,
year's visit by Princess Blzaberh
and the Duke of Edinburgh.

Holland said the itinerary can-

aot be completed until the Royal
couple returns from Canada.
Holland said Princess Margaret
who was to have accompanied
the King and Queen on their pro-
posed visit would have made
poereee side trips,
| She will not accompany the
| Princess and the Duke.
| Wi — President Tru-
Man stressing his efforts for world
peace told the National Guard
Association that a third world war
“would practically be the eng of
civilization,”

He added “And I think every-
one around would appreciate
that.”

Patis — Monsignor Maurice
|Feltain, Archbishop of Paris ‘said
memorial services for the late ex-
| Marshat Henri Philippe Petain
will be held as planned despite
widespread protests from veteran
groups.

New York — The Financial re-
wort of the American and Foreign
Power company said “negotiations
are continuing for the sale of our
total investment in Argentina to
the national Government,



U.N. Tanks Pound

Kumsong
CENTRAL FRONT,
Uhited Nations tanks for the
third straight day continued to
pound the former Red supply
paint at pees ustunes ae
oO! ie city U.N, antrymen

force Jast Red doe

tempted to
8 fled LAT EET.
Kumsong the oon

their big guns, then ¢ontinued into
the valley just west of the city
where they killed an estimated 85
Chinese soldiérs entrenched in 24

bunkers which were destroyed.
Meanwhile infan en con-
tinued their push a an esti- |

mated 120 Chinese soldiers fight-
ing a last ditch defence on the
ridge line to the southenst of the
rewniniay alone Wee eobeel took
remaining along the centr A
United Nations officers said action
there was more of the “mopping
up. opétation” than the full-
fledged assault, and that the Allies
were attempting to clean Reds out
while experiencing the minimum
of casualties themselves, Ts

Arrundell Off
To St. Lucia

(From Our Own Correspondent)
GRENADA, Oct. 24.
The Governor left the colony
today for St. Lucia where he
will open the Legislature there.
Shortly he will be going on to
St. Vincent for a similar act be-
fore returning to Grénada, also
to attend the opening of the new
legislature.





Poster War Being |

Wag

ed In France

(By GEORGE SIBERA)

PARIS, Oct. 24.

AN INTENSIVE bill board poster war is being waged

by the Communist and An
in France.
“peace” propaganda, but 18

ti-Communist “peace” fighters

Communists long were unopposed in their

months ago a powerful force

appeared also fighting for peace but on Anti-Soviet lines.
‘o-day the poster war rages with undiminished fierceness
and many believe the Communists are losing points.

The man the French Communists
iate most and who brought about
he reversal is Jean Paul David,
+ under and Secretary General of
th. Paix and Liberate (Peace and
Fre‘dom) anti-Communist move-
men:

In plain colours and simple
words David's posters attack the
Communist sponsored “peace”
campaign. David’s movement is
financed by money gifts from anti-
Communist Frenchmen.

Answer To Red Propaganda

David Said: ‘I got the idea of
using posters and leaflets as the
most effective means of bringing
truth to millions of peoples when
I realised the havoc caused by
Communist peace propaganda
among war weary Frenchmen.

“In France Communists were
polling up to 30 per cent. in any
elections. The best method to fight
them is to
propaganda. But in the opposite
‘way, of course,”

When last spring the Communist
Party attacked the 18-month com-

pulsory military service, David
itsued_.a poster showing Europe
; divided by a huge iron eurtain
blistering with guns on the Soviet
iside and Stalin angrily shouting

wildered poorly

ta

i ee ee

Mrs. V. Pandit To
Contest Elections

| WASHINGTON, Oct. 24

An Indian Embassy spokesman
said on Wednesday that Ambassa-
dor Vijay Pandit plans to return
/next month so that she can stand
for election to the Indian Parlia-
ment. She said that press reports
'from New Delhi that the Indian
Government has

plans to remain here until mid-
November. —U.P.



badeos <

RECRUITS LEARN THEIR DRILL




! nival.

accepted her|tremorg on Monday and Tuesfay|tar, Mala
resignation were inaccurate as she] killed

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TWO SOLOMON ISLANDERS, Sii
Parakoro (left), both taking .n

On Siaou (right) and Henry
"Ss, are ameng the many overseas
trainees from countries all over the world at the Hendon Police
Training School in England, instructor in the supposed
motor accident is Sgt. R. Wray, and the victim is Asst, Supt.
L. G. Rodriguez of the Trinidad Fivlive.— Expres

1,362 Candidates
Face Polls Today

FOR 625 SEATS IN U.K.

. , LONDON, Oct. 24,

ONLY 1,362 CANDIDATES, the smallest number in
years, are running for the 625 seats in the House of Com-
mons in to-morrow’s General Election. This sharp drop
in the number of candidates is due to the decision of Liberal
and Communist parties to contest only a few constituencies
Both parties lost a number of deposits last year—a candi-
date must forfeit £50 if he fails to poll at least one-eighth
of the total votes cast—and apparently felt that they could
not afford the same financial loss again,

* Labour has 613 candidates and
the Conservatives 612 this :














but the Liberals, who ran 475 can-

didates last year, have put up only

105 this time, and the Commun-

ists, who contested 100 seats last

year, have announced only 10 can-
idates,

Vote Labour

1 yee Then,
‘that The Communists have instructed

on Tuesday
their followers in the constituen-
Pally % its a aeeeek, oe which they are not contesting
t Pree wy & fabeer © vote for the Labour candidate.

Nine Independents, nine Nation-
alists, and four independent La-
bourites are also in the field, but
only one, W, J. Brown, who is run-
ning in Fulham West against the
Minister for National Insurance,
Dr. Edith Summerskill has any
chance of winning a seat. Four
seats already have been conceded

hospital refused to
@isclose the name of the
Goctor who performed the
operation or the name of the
tient. The hospital said
that the man expressed cur-

prise at the finding of the to Ulster Unionists who vote with
toothpicks claiming he never Winston Churchill's Conservatives,
used them. They are Sir Hugh O'Neill for
He recalled however hav- Nrth Antrim, Professor D. L.
ing been to a Thanksgiving Savory for South Antrim, Major
diner and consuming rf ne i, gy an lina 74
aptain illiam ellwood for

avantity of turkey and stuff- ; Londonderry.

he went to the
hospital it was believed that

At The Polls
he had appendicitis.—U.p

Neill becomes “Father of the,
f-House” having sat in the Commons
e since 1915. The polls



open on Thursday at 7.00 a.m. and
close in most places at 9.00 p.m.
although a few small constituen-
cies close earlier, A “bobby”
usually stands guard at each poll-
ing place. The ballot slips contain
the name and party affiliation of
each candidate and each voter
votes only for one man,

The counting starts at 10.00 p.m.
and the first results will be an-|
nounced about an hour tater, How-+
ever, only 300 odd constituencies
count the votes to-morrow night,
the remainder wait until 10.00
a.m. on Friday before going to
work. Thus, most trends are{
usually not available until about }
nocn the day after the election and
one party or another usually does
not reach a majority of seats until
‘4e evening after election day.

Reopen Peace
Talks Today

MUNSAN, Korea, Oct, 24

Allied and Communist negotia-
tors will reopen Korean armis-
tice talks on Thursday. They
will tackle the first knotty prob-
lem of where to establish a buf-
fer zone.

Five man delegations will meet
at Panmunjom, a roadside vil-
dage six miles east of Red held
Kaesong where the ceasefire
talks were suspended on Augus*
23 by the Reds,

Tomorrow's meeting is
duled to begin at 9 p.m. on
Wednesday S.T. Panmunjon | Bars are permitted to sell ateo-
now has the ‘appearance of car-| hel on election day, and mahy

Armistice activities are‘ have been given special permits to
housed in circus-like tents. Hugeystay open until 2.00 p.m. or 4.00
coloured balloons and — search-| p.m, on Friday, Usually, they must
lights in a ring around the con-|¢lose at 11.00 p.m.
ference area warn planes away
from the neutral zone.

Resumption of the Conference!
Talks was made possible ek
the Communists on Wednesday
ratified security ground rules
drafted by the United Nations
ahd Communist Liaison Officers.
The United Nations -had approv-
ed ground rules on ne oe



sche-

—U.P.



Elizabeth Will
Pay Visit To Kenya

LONDON, Oct, 24
Princess Elizabeth and the Duke!
of Edinburgh will visit Kenya
ree Sarly next year, Buckingham
Palace announced. The announce-
ment said the Royal Couple would

123 Killed In
4 fly directly from London to
Quakes Nairobi and after a visit of a few;

days will board S.S. Gothic at|
TAIPEH, Oct. 24 Monbassa for Ceyion where they!
‘Earthquakes were registered on| will make another visit en route,
‘Formosa again on Wednesday but} Court circles said the Princess,
the island remained calm. Violent!and Duke will not stop at Gibral-
and Aden as King
and injured |George had planned to do before
his trip had to be cancelled,
—UP.



123 persons
hundréds more
—U-P.

Conservatives Have 6—1

use the game peace!

\ LONDON, Oct. 24
The odds on a Conservative
victory in tomorrow's general
election rose to six to one this
| morning and most newspaper
pollsters predicted Conserva-
| tives woulc capture at least 50
per cent. of the votes,
Douglas Stuart, one of Lon-
biggest betting houses,
Conservative

don’

id the odds on a

vere Ye to one

yesterday. Party would be returned. 15
One day before the 1950 per cent. are still undecided.
election which gave Labour a
Six-seat majority in the 625 Twelve of those interviewed
member House of Commor in the poll conducted by the
Stuart was offering even mone; Conservative Daily Graphic did
Lord Beaverbrook’s Dally Ex- not even express 4 preference.
Press said that an eve of tt But of those who have decided
election poll showed 51 per cent how they. will vote 50 per cent
of persons thought Conse! é the ould support
tives would wir while or rchill nservative 43

pe nt ! ' ua ‘

iselling beef to




Butlerites’
March On
Govt House

(From Our Own “orrespondent)

PORT-OF-SPAIN, Oct, 94.

Thousands of Butlerites from
all ovey Trinidad came te town
on Sunday and marched to Govy-
ernment House, calling upon His
Excellency Governor Rance and
his Government to “resign from ;
office.” ;

Led by Hon. Tubal Uriah Buzz!
Butler self-styled “Chief Servant
the Hons. Pope MeLean, Stephen



Maraj, A. E. James and itanjit |‘

Kumar the followers after listen-
ing to speeches in Port-of-Spain’:
local “Hyde Park" wended thei:
way through sweltering
midday = sun to Government
Hous®, where they demonstrated
their disapproval of the Governor
and his Cabinet for failing to
alleviate the cost of living against
“operation deportation” and
against the “Rance Administra-
tion.” Dr. Tito Achong former
Mayor of Port-of4Spain also
addressed the gathering. These
supporters carried brightly paint-
ed posters inscribed “The Rus-
sian’s R’s must Go”, “We Want
one penny more on every barre)
of oil”, Government Must Resign

Simee it Cannot Solve our Probs«| With permitting his officers in

lems Now” and so on,
Scores of policemen and spec-
ial reserve police dressed in steel

helmets were rushed to the
square before the crowd had
gathered. The doors of the Red
House were closed, and great
precaution was taken. At Gov-
ernment House, Col. Beadon
Commissioner of Police and a
full staff of officers and men,

were at hand to meet any situ-
ation that may have arisen, Ten-
sion was so great as evening grew
that even mounted policemen had
great difficulty in checking the
crowd,



ee

Saywell Gordon:
Guilty Of Murder

(From Our Own Correspondent)
PORT-OF-SPAIN Oct, 24.
Sentence of death was passe |
on Saywell Gordon aftey a 12
man jury deliberating for 40 min-
utes found him guilty of the
murder of Prisons Officer Oswald
de Freitag at Carrera on August
26 last. On being asked by the

Registrar whether he had any-
thing to say, Gordon in a smooth
and clear voice said: [
wish to thank Your Lord-
ship for the manner in which
you conducted this trial....1 am

prepared to Pay the penalty of
this erime, The Court has found
me guilty, and I ask for no sym-
pathy. To live in prison for 20
years—I know that death = is
preferable than such miserabl
existence, Man was never mack
to live like that. Even animal:
are allowed freedom and are tiec
in green pastures, where they can
graze and at the same time enjoys
Gcd’s fresh air. I am not allowed
such things.



500,000 Poutids

Beef For Troops

WASHINGTON, Oct, 24

The Army announced on Wed
nesday that it has purenase:
500,000 pounds of {Irish beef tu,
nélp overcome the shortage 07,
neat for its troops at home anc :
abroad, An Army spokesman
said beef was imported from Ire-
land by an American firm and
sold to the Army. The Army re-
cently went into world markets}
in, an effert to obtuin additional |

supplies of beef,

Its call for bids on 10,000,006
pounds of beef has been ignored |
by major American packers who
cleimed they would lose money
government at
ceiling prices.—U.P. |

|

Odds





per cent. other parties.

The Graphie reported 43 pet
cent. said the cost of living wa
the main influence in
decision as to how to vote, 18
per cent. said thé main influence
was housing, 17 per cent. said

full employment, 13 pet
prestige abroad 12

it wa
cent aid



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‘Reds Set Up H.Q.
On Top Of World

(By HAROLD GUARD)

‘4

LONDON, Oct, 24.

COMMUNIST CHINA has established military -head-
quarters on the world rooftop at Lhasa, the capital of
Tibet, and already is sniping at areas further south,
according to responsible reports from Indian frontier*out-
posts. Indian Government agents in the Ladakh area bor-
dering Western Tibet, fugitives reaching the Gilgit area of
Northern Kashmir, and tribal traders at Kalimpong on the
Tibetan border have all reported that the Communists ave
speeding up their occupation of Tibet while the going is

good. Although | the reports gave
widely differing estimates of the
Communist military strength ff
Tibet, it was generally agi

that there is a Red garris

10,000 strong, .in Central Tibet
with its headquarters at Lhasa
and commanded by General Chr
ang Ching, Wu. ‘

he*



Summon oil
To

e .
Wash ngton d- Chita 'Gerieral,» Ghi-
: B u ang Ching Wu, was said to-have

about 700 Red. troops actually in
; TEHERAN, Oct 24. the capital at Lhasa, and -th®
Iran’s chef oil expert Kazer:|Dalai Lama's Government
Hassibi was summoned suddenly advisers “appeared to be agt’

Wednesday to Washington where able.”

ae Mohammed nee i al ; Pe
conferr yesterday with Si« *
rth bg ye on the British- Building Roads
"Nesalea. “Routes wroused| . Reports said that the Chinese
speculation here that Mossadegh Communist armies, helped by
might be preparing to re-open|Pro-Communist Tibetans — frem

negotiations with Britain. the Central Chinese Provinces
ist week he told the United| Were rapidly building roads lead-
Nations Security Council that}ing from Chambo in Eastern Ti-
iran would talk with Britain only {bet southwards towards the In-
about oil salés to her and <«.jdian and Burmese borders, and
sible repatria’ s to the Netion. westwards from Lhasa to Shigatse
alised Anglo-Iranian Oil Com-|®%d Gartek in Western Tibet,
pany’s British owners. Traders reported great confu-
Hassibi left by air today, He|Sion in currencies in Tibet, caus
is Under-Secretary of Finance |€4 by Red Chinese distribution



the principal architect of /Of silver dollars which were in
oc, rupee and Tibetan Tsang.
~O.P, Traders at Kalimpong said that
seotch whisky, bearing the trad-
ing label of a British department
*

Minister Accused available in Lhasa at be -

lent of $20.00 (U.S.) per bottle.

Of Aiding Bandits The Indian Government is said

to have been “seriously. embar-

Minister of the Interiov, Mariofinto the Ladakh and Gilgit areas
Scelba, last night eoneluded the} bordering Western Tibet, and”
discussion during a stormy ses-|have taken steps to “control the
sion at the Italian Chamber ot frontier, ‘
he was the target of Communis: Jon the eastern side, where there
harges of having colluded wit; {have been persistent reports of
the Sicilian bandits, Red Chinese agitation ‘on the

During the previous sessions |borders of the Bhutan and Sikim
Socialists had charged Scelba|india’s security.

{ bit . ‘ ae — rene was poo
Sicily to. distribute: passes. author- | tually tan territory unt
izing the bandits to poarent arms, [2 Thee are .mainly of
chieftain, Salvatori Giuliano, was}means “the end of Tibet.”
not killed by Federal Police as| The Sikiom Provinc@ has a
originally reported in 1950, but}population mostly of --Gurkha
was the victim of a feud oaméngjorigin. Both Provinces are con-

Iran’s nationalization of th: |e@ual circulation with the Indian
store in Hong Kong, wag”

ROME, Oct. 24 rassed” by the influx of fugitives

Deputies in the course of which| Similar steps have been. takén

the Communists and left wing Provinces, which are vital to

They claimed that the bandit{/Tibetan stock and. the name

the bandits themselves, ‘idered by India to come within



Scelba said that the current}the Indian Government orbit,
trial at Viterbo would show whe- Russian newspapers recently
ther the police were involved, Iffhave declared that both ' states
they were, they would be brought fwere unlawfully _ seized from
to trial. Tibet by the British, and Pravda

—U.P: urged that they should follow
Tibet and be “liberated,” oY

State of War Ends

WASHINGTON, Oct, 24



The “ADVOCATE” .

Truman by proclamation torm-
ally ended”the state of war with “pays for NEWS.
Germany on Wednesday, »but he
noted that efforts to conclude a Dial 3113

German Y@ace treaty have been
“frustrated for the time being” by
the Soviet..policy. —U.P.

Day or Night





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Mi“: J. NICOLE, Controller of Pe ia ane ao ean h Orchegten, | cor the General Election—but | “ORLABOMA RAIDERS” Eleaner Parker — Pat Neal 7H
Civil Aviction at Atkinson ran : | without a vote—is the 77-year-old [I_Tex RITTER — Fuzzy KNIGHT Bee heen
Field, British Guiana, returnea to From oo ree a, ilies | Suthor-playwright, Somerset
British “Gaiens yesterday by See ea ee for years Mr. Maugham has PLAZA vw OUNTEN qZAIETY
B.W.LA, after having discussions : Pm. Election Report. 6.30 p.m
with Wing Commander L. A Stadio. Mewsreel, 7-00 p.m. Election Re- been living in the South of Last Two Shows teeny oa 8 oe. Pm THE GARDEN — ST. JAMES
Egviestield. Director General of Lert, 7.65 p.m. News Bulletin, 7.3) p.m. | France. His home, when he re- “IF YOU KNEW SUSIE” LAST SHOW TODAY 8.0 p.m
wggiesfield, Director General o reo) Newsreel, $.02 p.m. ElecUo> | turns to Britain, is the top floor Joan AVIS —- Eddie CANTOR & “MONSIFUR BEAUCAIRE”
Ci Aviation in the Caribbean ra tS es =e ene. 9.80 suite always reserved for him at : “GILDESLEEVES Sout. Bob HOPE
mre ; ° Newsree!l, 10.00 p.m Election. Report, the Dorchester, ae ae pene _ ee ae se (Cinéeolor)
Spent Short Holiday 12.05 p.m. News Bulletin, 10.15 p.m fe But if he has lost his vote he ine Bie Gisndeâ„¢ Mipdlt Sas Bab oceans eh adeaapeneaee>
Kk. J. MAC GOWAN, Medical prom the Editorials. 10.39 pam. Ratio! has sharp opinions on the Elec- “Oklahoma “Breaking Point” Fri. to Sun Midnight Sat.
: Newsreel, 11.00 p.m. Election Report, ” . ” Tran”
Adviser of B.O.A.C., London, 11.50 p.m. Radio Newsreel, 12.00 a.m tion. Midnite — John Garfield M ese = m Salsey wen
returned to England on Tuesday Election Report, 12.6 am. News He expects the Tories to win. ; and “The Outlaw” BROWN
evening via Trinidad and Jamaica —. dbttydnk wis talhiols “Ons Mook sth ee pn Pn “This Bide gt Jane pusse, & |} and ne to
-RWw after spe as a e > oP “Vari ee" yengance”
oy a Yulara. ache epencing a short @5 Occasion requires, Programmes bde~- ing personali of our time Win- Viveca Lindstors Leon ” eRROL Kirby GRANT
holiday staying at the Ocean View tween the news at the hour and Radio
Hotel. Newsrest_ at the ele hour, which wit ston as Maugham’ himeatte same
. o gramophone reco: . may ear as
Planter and Turfite interrupted for the announcement of : “Churonill,” he says, cart un- G L oO B E
NM R. CYRIL BARNARD, planter ee ee SUS ee oe eons prove, ob be a great etait tke TO-DAY TO SUNDAY, 5.00 & 8.00 P.M. DAILY
and well known turfite of St These broadcasts will be directed + ure in our history.” ME! AM
Yincent, attived hete on Monas the West Indies in a special transmiss on | Then, leaning back, he recalls if Va Z
Vin t, é ih n Monaey " }
by B.G. Aitways for a holiday ‘on the following. trequehetes:— ‘that in the days before either he high costs, is infinitely harder, Aflome in the N J tg
and iy staying at the Marine Hotel. WEST INDIES or Churchill had ee emi- In Their Sixties the Ne * ?
He was accompanied by Mrs, GI9Sbe/s 148.83! jmence they used to yy, golf to- “On the fingers of one hand
Hovnard: at ae (et steep } gether aaa M ly” B coe count the novelists in
‘ sian . rea Sens tis country who can make a
Attending © B.C. PROGRAMME Does Mr. Maugham find that living solely from novel writing.” DANA ANDREWS:
na ; F ig. :
Technologists Talks by RHURSDAY, OCTOBER 25, 1051 British pres’ abroad has weak- Whom does Maugham consider CaRia BALENDA
Hox? BLE rs. D. M. Simpson and .neanes 2d om ; . er writers?
Co. Lid., Hon’ble J. A.: Mahon of m he think the British With that slight hesitancy of
Licn Gastie;> Mr. R. E. King of should take their Communists rpeec': so familiar to the millions

Fisherpend afd Mr. M. B. Watson



Expensive Rum













seriously? Replies the seasoned

who haye seen him in the pro-
traveller, “the Communists should



Applewhaites, le ‘or Britist oe I logues to his films, he answers:
a ae apa b = 3 . bar’ = 6 tow Star and Garter Hotel, at) be taken seriously in every coun- “The trouble with our younger
attend a Conference of B. W.l. Kew Bridge, on the outskirts my. thee are a great eenene,” writers, is that they are all in the
échnolo: of London, resounded last week} A television star in s own sixties.” with PHILIP DORN
e Ald ves er nai ing the same Corifer= io Calypso music, the singing of hy je — United ae tee i, we of “ future of nat, z
ays BN 7 : West Indian artists and all the fun/“!augham has no confidence that liam Somerset augham, FR — | eheattlie Spec*™
ence. are 2 ‘slate oaceeon of a inoned -spinning auction, eit a “FU will we th — oe te ae ao ee vigient apn neces a, ee ee eee
ne jr? padding B lance an aret. eaders on will woo the votes the gion 0! onour, whose anit k Ss !
Breeding Station and Mr. J, Rob- Secs a . eee pune” wine of viewers, People, he thinks, bo.xs have sold more than 25 See Leon Errol with the first Talking Chicken in the world
inscn, Chemist of the Department 9 garg aa, rican Me gay Nd) will be influenced in’ their voting million copies? This is a wow!!

of Agriculture. They dave both
left fur British Guiana by B,W.1.A,
New Net Ball Club

Ce CUMEERBATCH, Bar-

badav Number One lady
sprintey has recently formed the
Malvern Netball Club, On Satur-
day October 27th a dance will be
held a St. Giles Boys’ School to



goes up another

Banana

lected

\Wesi Indian singers Louise Ben-| Years. He does not intend to buy

and

£500.
handlers at

Garter.

nearby}
Brentlord market had quietly col-
£500 for the Fund (it was
handed over after the hotel show) |
so retailers, wholesalers and port-
ers at the market,
done organised the affair at the
Star

not to be un-













iby the repetitive restrictions of
everyday life, queues, taxes, the
cost of living.

During his stay here he is buy-
ing as little as possible because
everything is “‘so expensive.” He
says that he has possessed the
“winter suit’ he is wearing—
brown jacket dark slacks—for 15



“I’m prepared to call it a day.”
WORLD COPYRIGHT RESERVED

L.E.S. IT’S NEXT WEEK

REVUEDEVILLE 1951

MRS. A. L. STUART'S
DANCING SCHOOL





DOG FOOD
Texas Judge R. E, Bibb got into
hot water with the Labour De-
partment in Washington because
he allegedly fed tinned dog food to



help raise funds for the purchas- nett, Edric Connor and Peter Ri- another. Mexican casual workers on. his re Rene tice es .
a ee cardo went along, and helping too} He (is perturbed at what he "Mh nar edly Bae
formed club. was a small. band from the {calls “the very harmful situa- , The judge indignantly _con- or evage

Visited Cane Breeding Calypso Club in. London's West|t#on” in which ‘our budding wri- tended that the dog food met all Wednesday, 31st October, Thursday,









requirements for human consump-

* merak d ; rs . He remem- Ist November, at 8.30 pm.
Station ‘ ° ie End. A bottle of Jamaica rum oe find themipelves. 2 tion, and added: “Wh ship- F
EAVING for British Guiann ™M®- AMD MRS. LIONEL KING who were married in Trinided on fetched £15 by auction. It WA3| Yeats asa writes his annual ine bought by the United States Gov- Friday, 2nd November at 5 & 8.30 p.m.
; yesterday by B.W.J.A were turday. Mr. King is » Barbadian. rs z bought, put up again, bought and) tome averaged £100. On that he ernment to send to Britain under Bookings open Friday 26th
Dr, L. D. Baver, Director of the (Photo through courtesy of Trinidad Guardian.) finally drunk on the spot. And Sir] could make ends meet. In pres- the foreign relief programme.” 8.30 a.m. to 12 noon; 1.30 p.m.
Experimen. Station of Hawaiian John Huggins. chairman of the/ent day Britain, he says, the Reéed-faced Washington officials to 3 pm.
Sugar Planters’ Association, Mr. Aggy ae he a of] struggle, with low royalties and are checking. PRICES :
WW. Moir,’ Chairman of the Trinidad Wedding Military Mission We ee eee ee Boxes and Orchestra $1.20; House $1.00

Committee of the station and Mrs.
Moir,

Dr. RBaver and Mr. Moir came
over here last week from Trinidad

R, LIONEL KING, son of the
late Mr. and Mrs. C. King

of Barbados was married in Trin-
idad at St, Joseph R.C, Church on

!

AJOR LEO GIBBONS, a}
Barbadian, has been appoint-

ed Major of the United States |
Military Mission, War Department,






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bBo 1 hala be pedal ieee Saturday to Miss Adrian Pestana, at Monrovia, Liberia. The United
cu daughter of Mr. and Mrs. M. M. States have recently started a mili-
methods adopted in sugar cane . rr 7 feink cae . _
abaninire, Pestana of Trinidad, tary mission there, EMPIRE ROYAL

While in the island, they were
staying at the Ocean View Hotel.
After Ten Years

ACK in Barbados after an
absence of 10} years is Mr.
Camcron Colebrooke who is em-

The bride who was given in
marriage by her brother Mr, Low
Pestana wore a dress of embossed
satin with a close fitting bodice of
lace, and a full skirt which fell
into a flowing train, Her finger-
tip veil was held in place with a

Major Gibbons was in Barbados
last year as Captain of the US
Army. After spending a vacation
here, he went back to the U.S. and
was promoted to the rank of Major
He has been in office at Liberia
since August 27 and he expects to

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“ MISSISSIPPI in
GAMBLE”



“THE BLACK CAT”

loyed at the Port Services in, headdress of tube roses and silver be there for three years.
Trinidad. “He arrived here on, radiance and she carried a bouquet Enjoyed Holiday
Tuesday tight by B-W.LA. and of white orchids, tube roses. and FTuR spending tnree weeks | with nnd

plans to remain for

weeks’ holiday.
During the war, he worked with

the U. S,.Army at the Base in

about two

silver radiance.

The bride's sister was her only
attendant. The’ bestman was Mr,
S. King, the groom’s brother.

holiday in Barbados as guests
of Miss Cora Alleyne of ‘“Wils-|
kury,” Britton’s Cross Road, Mr.
and Mrs. Kenrick Wood of Robert







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and







Trinidad, A reception was later held at Ctrest Port-of-Spain, returned to Ce a oil Tomorrow Only, 4.30 & 8.15
Film Show he Rees Tone. ay satis iret “‘rinidad on Sunday evening by Nail adverttkeaiant, (ay # THE MAGIC BOW y
FILM Tee ahaa ap f i mong the many p'wra evil and Mea ttt Eagle Lion Double - - -
é w ok ‘ guests who attended the ceremony *:\¥"" Wood wersntatieent* wah DES bal Starrin
members of the Alliance were two sisters of bs groom, Mr, Mr. Wood, an accoun 3 a C38 & “MICKY”
Francais when they hold their M, Mustor and Mrs. E, Pierreponte Ployed with the Fort-of-Spain Stewart GRANGER
meeting at ‘the British Council, of Barbados. Ce a ey. pert rae 18. Th ig man nad simun gaan. (3 and
“Wakefield” at 8.15 p.m, on Thurs- The honeymoon is being spent P@ying his first visit to the isiand.) =. mnough for 2 gents ruin Sh Lae
dns Wueekocs os “down the isiands.” = *P®" ire told Carib that he was very iB" Gap tars gpa deh : “GREEN FOR DANGER”
On the lagt occasion that this impressed by its beauty and added, 20. be ince 18) Opening, To-morrow, 2.30
body met they heard a lecture First Visit that on the whole, he had a very} 4) and 8.30 p.m. SAT. & SUN. — 5 & 8.15
wy. Val McComie sbout enjoyable holiday and was look- Down

given by

artini ' ing forward to returning here 1. It bel
Martinique. R. and Mrs. Ernest Ritter of aan agnin . hope one Cate prehoes iene
Ye te pela. arrived se.. * ,¢| @ This post craduate course does
Anae et; : Caracas, Venezuela, arrived Mrs. Wood, a steno-typist of noe Gall ar th eine wee
aaesthetist Returns here’ over the week-end b/ \e.srs Citrus Growers. Limited, is (9) 3. Done on travel. (9)

R. WRIGHT, Anaesthetist of

B.W.LA. on theic
week's holiday and ure staying at

first visit for a

no stranger “to Barbados, having

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thout ¢!
Across.

xe doctor, (4)

4 ser re i : 0 . ‘ n the
he General Hospital, re- tho Windsor Hotel. Dr. Ritter is been here séveral times before. . Mer contain o 2 Down. (8) in the
turned to Barbados by B.W.I.A. connected with the Public Health Chartered Accountant 10. Pitted for i004 conveying, Tern itt

12.

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over the week-end from Trinidad fepartment in Caracas, R. JOHN MILLIKEN, Char-| {2 #
after attending a Medical Con- Ajso spending a week's h-liday tered Accountant of Messrs. + Respouribie for “second ° ‘baud Aes
ference. in Barbados and staying at the FitzPatrick Grahom and Co., re-| }& Deploted vy sone gt 19 Across. (4)

She told Carib that she was
much impressed by the Medical
service there and the fine Public
Health Centre.

Windsor is Dr. Ritter's niece Miss
Lenore Ritter, Physicist of T.L.L.,
Point-a-Pierre. She arrived from
Trinidad by B.W.1.A, on Monday.



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turned to British Guiana yesterday
by “B.W.1LA. after vaying a biyi-
ness visit here. He was staying
at the Marine Hotel.









FRUSTRATED

| The pretty cashier of a San

| Francisco steamship firm was
dragged out of the water after
she had jumped in.

Accused of embezzling £14,000,
which went on jewels, a car, and
apartment, she sobbed to the
police : “I guess I was too frus-
trated as a child.”

THOSE JAPS

Yet again the Japs are making
news. American fishermen on the
Pacific coast, furious with Wash-



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THURSDAY, OCTOBER



HOUSE AMEND 1945 SH

25, 1951

A Watchman Is Not

A Shop

Assistant

THE HOUSE OF ASSEMBLY yesterday passed a Bill
to amend the Shops Act, 1945, in the light of making re-
commendations made by the Wages Board established for
Bridgetown Shop Assistants in 1950.

The Amendments are as follows :—

1. This Act may be cited as
the Shops (Amendment) Act,
1951, and shall be read together

with the Shops Act, 1945 (here-
inafter referred to as the frinci-
pal Act).

2. Section two of the vrinci-
pal Act is hereby amended by
adding at the end of the defini-
tion of “shop assistant” after the
word “apprentices”; the follow-
ing words—

“but does not include any per-

son employed solely as a care-

taker, watchman, craftman or

domestic servant other than a

servant engaged in the cater-

ing trade.”

3. Section eight of the prin-
cipal Act is hereby amended—

(a) by inserting immediately
after sub-section (1)
thereof, the following
sub-section to be num-
bered “(2)”.

“(2) Notwithstanding the
provisions of sub-section
(1) of this section it
shall be lawful for a shop
to be opened for business
after the hour it is re-
quired under a Shop
Order to be closed on the
early closing day imme-
diately preceding Good
Friday and Christmas
Day respectively.
Provided that a shop
kept open under the pro-
visions of this subsection
on the early closing day
shall be closed on that
day not later than the
hour prescribed by such
Shop Order for an or-
dinary closing day.”

(b) by *re-numbering sub-
section (2) thereof as
sub-section “(3).”

Dr. Cummins (L) said that the
Bill amended the definition of
“shop assistant” so as to exclude
any person employed solely as a
caretakef, watchman, (craftsman
or domestic servant other than a
servant engaged in the catering
trade. It also provided (by an
amendment to section 8 of the
Act) that where an early closing
day immediately preceded Good
Friday or Christmas Day, shops
should be allowed to remain open
up to such hour as was permis-
sible on an ordinary closing day.

He said that he wanted to
assure members that lorry driv-
ers connected with shops were
shop assistants and that people
who employ them should pay
them overtime if they happen to
go over the 8 hours a day as was
originally stated in the Shop
Closing Act,

The Bill also sought to clarify
the position of a domestic ser-
vant, It referred purely to a
domestic servant who worked in
and around the shop and not. the
other domestic servants,

Mr. M. E. Cox (L) said that he
had pleasure in seconding the
motion made by the Hon, Senior
Member for St. Thomas. He was
approached on many occasions
by hands who work on _ store-
lorries throughout the island,
They made complaints to him on
the conditions under which they
worked and he told them that the
shop closing act passed in 1945
also applied to them.

Hard

He feit that it was very hard on
lorry drivers and hands to be
required to turn out to their
stores between 6.30 and 8 a.m. on
days, work during the day, and
then sometimes about 4 p.m.,
have to load their lorries to make
deliveries in the far out parts of

the island that same evening.
“Sometimes they get home
around 1 a.m, next morning”, he
said.

When the bill was passed, it
was said that no person would
work more than eight hours con-
tinuously. “That section was
specifically put in to protect the
people who work on the lorries
and vans. Yet it does appear
that the owners are indifferent to
that sectior”,

Mr. Cox said that the lorry and
van people were found prowling
about at all hours of the night and
for wages that were meagre, He
was told that some men going
around on bicycles delivering
groceries were only getting seven
to eight dollars a week, and some
of them had to work both morning
and night, “It is inhuman when
you consider the long hours these
people work and the small wages
they get.” He was hoping that
owners would pay attention to
the Shop Closing Act and to the
amended bill.

The eight dollars per week
that were paid the bicycle riders
was no n.ore than what the em-
ployers would drink out at some
club a night or smoke out in





cigarettes a week. He was sug-
gesting that if they claimed
that if they had the interest of
the working people at heart, they
would make a change.

Mr. Goddard (E) said that as
far es he could remember, the
Shop Closing Act did not permit
overtime to be paid to shop as-
sistants So when the Hon.
Senior Member for St. Thomas
said that they should be paid
overtime, he must realise that
they would have had to amend
the act again before such pay-
ment could be made.

The amended Act alloweq shops
to remain open on to such hour
as was permissible on an ordin-
ary closing day when an early
closing day immediately pre-
ceded Christmas Day and Good
Friday. He was quite glad to see
that they sent down that amend-
ment to the original Bill because
the clerks themselves liked to
see that they gave good service
to the general public on those
days especially.

Opening Shops on the days
coming immediately before
Christmas and Good Friday help-
ed the clerks and the general
public and so the amendment was
sound,

Going back to the idea of paying
the assistants overtime, Mr. God-
dard said that it was a most
difficult thing fo. an employer
to pay overtime to anyone who was
working on his own. They never
knew when the men got where
they were going. And when they
would take their time unloading
the lorries and idle away time
otherwise.

“We do everything that
our business is condu
the day. But it is ways
convenient.” The Hono) e Se-

nior Member for St. Michael heard
of the wages, salaries and the
difficulty of the tasks, but he
wanted to assure him that even
if that is true, the men are re-
compensed. When they have to
go out early, they are given their
breakfast to take along with them
ete. He was saying that the bill
did not apply to the delivery men.
They were separate and distinct.

Mr. Dowding (E) said that the
amended Bill did not contain in
the objects and reasons how lorry
drivers could be regarded as
assistants, He felt that the amend-
ed Bill was not serving the pur-
pose that the Hon, Introducer in-
tended it to serve. It was in his
opinion a matter again where the
Union was getting mixed up with
the Government.

Mr. Adams (L) said “if the
only way to save the lorry drivers
is to call them shop assistants, we
will call them shop assistants.”
He added “it is monstrous.for the
delivery men to.work during the
day as porters around the stores
and then at night deliver goods.
They get back very late at nights,

park the lorries in the owners’| [

yards, and then have to walk
home.”

He said that the delivery men:
should not be made to leave the!
store to make deliveries unless it
was absolutely sure that they
could reach back before 4.30 p.m,
Shop keepers in the country dis-
tricts should do their business
early and let their deliveries be
made early.

There were several people who
should work at scent because it

was absolutely esse! : ut it
elivery

was not essential for®
men to work at night.

laining how lorry drivers
col with, storés were in-|
cluded in the Bill, he said that
they were originally put in the
Shop Closing Act as among those}
exempted. But the Government in|
Executive Committee decided to}
delete lorry drivers and transport)
workers from the exempt list sol
that they would automatically be
included.
_ Mr. Waleott (L) supported Mr.
Adams,

RidgwayDefends UN

TOKYO, Oct. 23,

General Matthew mangwey pre-
dicted on Tuesday that the United
Nations will expand in authority
and prestige despite the fact that
it encountered “problems it was
never designed to solve.”

United Nations Supreme Com-
mander in Korea defended the or-
ganisation in a statement com-
memorating United Nations day on
Wednesday. :

“Confronted with problems _ it
was never designed to solve its
successes have still been more
noteworthy than its failures” he
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CUSTOMS TARIFF ACT AMENDED

The House of Assembly yester-
day passed a Bill to amend the
Customs Tariff Act, 1921.

The Bill seeks to amend fhe
Customs Tariff Act, 1921, so as to
provide for the exemption from
duty of the following classes of
articles, namely—

(1) Machinery and apparatus
imported for road purposes
by the Commissioners of
Highways and for Aeradio
Services by International
Aeradio Ltd.
the baggage personal and
household effects of public
officers on first appointment
to the Island;
apparatus, ath-
letic gear and sports gear
for organized games in
schools—hitherto these ar-
ticles were exempted when
imported by the Director of
Education; this amendment
will enable the Governing
Bodies of Schools to import
their own equipment duty
free on the certificate of the
Director;

(2)

(3) gymnastic

(4) articles imported by and for
the use of the Extra-Mural
Department—this would ex-
tend to that Department
concessions at present
granted to the Education
Board;

articles of uniform, and

equipment imported by and

(5)





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tenement With Venus. Navai
Lord Fraser hed super at im. |

this would extend
Brigade similar concessions
as are at present granted
to the Boy Scouts and Girl
Guide Associations;

articles specially designed
for the cultural advance-
ments of the blind; books
produced by duplicating
process other than printing
and films and sound record-
ings of an educational, sci-
entific or cultural character
produced by the United
Nations or its agencies -
thus extending to this Island
certain provisions of the
UNESCO Agreement on the
importation of Educational,
Scientific and Cultural Ma-
terials;

(6)

food yeast excluding pro-
prietary brands-+this would
reduce the price thereof and
thus encourage greater use
of this article particularly
through such institutions as
the Hospitals, Baby Welfare
Clinics, ete.;

household effects not: ex-
ceeding $600 in value;
machinery and. apparatus
necessary for exploring and
prospecting ‘for *petroleum;
manufacturers’ identity tags
to be attached to locally
manufactured garments.

(7)

(8)
(9)

(10)

The exemption of apparatus im-

for exclusive use of the St. ported by Aeradio Services is to
John Ambulance Brigade— give statutcry effect to Clause 6 of










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sient , Harbour Log

IN CARLISLE BAY

Sch Zita Wonlta, Sch Henry D
Wallace, Sch. W. L. Bunicia, Seh. Lady
Nocleen, Sch Cyri E Smith, Sehr
Providence Mark, Sch. Sunshine R., Sch
Mary E. Caroline, Sch, Mary M.° Lewis.
Lindsyd HU, Sch. United Pilgrim S.,
Belqueen, Sch. Lydia Adina 8.,
Molly N. Jones

ARRIVALS

Cc. L. M. Tannis, 41 tons net,

Davis, from St. Vincent.

SEA WELL

DEPARTURES BY B.W.LA. ON
TUESDAY

Por St. Lucia:

Vernon_ Vitalis, Alwyn Wason,
Wason, David Gilkes.
For Trinidad :

Fitz Blackman, Loonte Rockeliffe,
Arthur Bryden, George Roberts, Thelma
Sendar, Kent Biel. Clem Biel, Joan
Biel Alfred Tayier, Syivia Taylor,
Anthony Taylor, Frank Gee, Stella Gee.
John MeBridge, Jessy McBridge, Brome
Wallace, Agnes Kendrick, Griffith Stev
enson, Ralph Thompson, Vincent St
John, Caesar Descrivan, Pedra Descrivan,
Colin Thomas, Dr. John MeGown

BY B.W.1LA. ON
TUESDAY
From Grenada :



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Sch

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Capt



Phyllis

ARBEIVALS

Christine Gun-Munro
From St. Lucia:

G Clausel, C Evans, Geo, Cox
L. Mathurin

From Venezuela :

G, Ryan, R. Ryan
From Trinidad ;

J. Lutehman, C. Colebrook, G. Vivies

S. Vivies, L. Branch, M. Branch, M
Branch, H. Vaz, H. Paris, J, Layne, I
Cort, E. Price, G. Filan |
ARRIVALS BY B.W.1A. YESTERDAY
From Trimidad ;

D. Brasche, I. Warren, 8S. Belle, T
Persaud, M. Wells, M. Branch,

DEPARTURES BY B.W.1A.
VESTERDAY
For British Guiana ;
Joan O'Dewd, Anthony O'Dowd, Clara

Dorchester with members of the
cast ajter the premiere.

fxrorets Service.

Lond

Burrowes, Enid Albrrga, Charles Gon-
salves, Angela Gonsalves, Florence
Knowles, Jotn Mililken, Hon, Frank
Hutson, Julian Mahon, Barton Watson,
Robert King, John Robinson Charles
Burke, Richard Emtage, William Moir
to the the Agreement with International Ney, Mo" Pr Leonard Baver, Jack

Aeradio.
Mr. M. E. Cox who introduced
the Bill said that he thought hen.



In Touch With Barbados

members would agree that ‘too

much was not being asked for in Coast Station

the Bill. He thought it was a

reasonable Bill an@ he would Cable and Wireless (W.1.) Lid, advine

that they can now communicate with the
following ships through their Barbados
Coast Station

therefong ask that it be read a

second dime.



Mr. A. E.'S. Lewts said that he weeks ee soe 8.5. Ariguani, 5.8
thought, hon. members should {tina Pel Pacitico, ss ‘inte ae
welcome the Bill from the point ¢.s. Esso Saopaulo, s.s. Kqknudsen, 6.5
of view that it would prevent a Poseidon, s.s. Casabanca, s.5, Nathanie

. ‘ . 6b, Palmer, s.s. Alcoa Pilgrim, s.s, Ole
number of Resolutions being pis 's. Uruguay. &s, Oberon, as
brought to the House from time to retnander, s,s. Sovac, ss, Atlante
time to refund Customs Duties and Seaman, s.s, Northern Lights, s.s. Gas-
29 a Tax to the y iS | ene 8.s Feggen, s.8 Devon, 5.8
rae ax to the Commissioners teh, a8, Fort Ach, as, txitish
9 aways e Fuisilier, ss. Ronald M. Scoble, 4.8

He did not khow what Was siottunder, s.s. Southern Atlantic, 9.8
meant in the Bill by “Department oe - age ee 5.5 kg

. # ” . dsohn + #5, driatica, 6.8 ude~
of Extra Mural Studies.” He be tar, s.s. Esso New Haven, s.8, City ti
lieved it would be necessary when Edinburgh, s.s. Regent Jaguar, ys
in Committee to put in the addi- veteh Werth, s.s. Gundine, 5.5. Kamo
tional words “of. the University )leleh

College*of the West Indies,” be-
couse they had no such department
here aft a department.





duties as the St. John Ambulance
Brigade were getting. The Nurses

As regards exemption: Association did good work in the
pertaining to machinery and community. He was wondering
apparatus necessary for ex- why they were not included in the

ploring and prospecting for petrol- Bill. He
eum, Mr. Lewis said that while it Senior
avas a avery: gc thing for the would bear it in mind and at some
colony fo have oil and to get it future date consider extending the
to the gurfaee, it seemed to him same facility that the St, John
that in tails case they were carry- Ambulance Brigade would then
ing the exemptions a bit too far. enjoy to the Nurses Asrociation,
Mr. Mapp (L) said that the The House went into Committee
Nurses Assoviation should get the with the Bill.
same exemptions from Customs The Bill was finally passed.

was hoping that the Hon.
Member for St. Joseph

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BARBADOS SG) ADVOGATE

Sere S > TS Meese Te Poa ey

Printed by the Advocate Co., 144., Broad 8t., Bridsctows s memorable November day

t -— jin 1875 the Cabinet sat in Down-
Ee a ‘ . ‘he . Tory M.P. for Belfast North in the
Thursday, October 25, 1951 ri . hee peed iat ies Last Parliament, and now contesing
em was eajami sraen, > the seat again,
or Lord Beaconstieid. He informed 1) al 3 ids nee
7 Y his colleagues that with their ap- W!/l always associated, e
Most t nusual proval he had _ bought. tne Principles are worthy of restate-
a ait “gyptian Khedive's interest in the Ment at this time.
IF THERE was a circumstance likely to. |cue2 Canal tor England. They can be summed-up as
‘ ie ms . i staal a act ig » follows:
revent, disturb or in any way hamper the The signed contract lay on the ! :
P : : — hs P igo Cabinet table.. The Canal hac THAT all Government exists
app@ii:tment of a temporary Puisne Judge been cut by a Frenchman, Fer- solely for the good of the gov~
in this islanc .t is tre «xtraorainary course dinand de Lesseps, with French _ erned;

money. Half the shares were heid
by a French company, and the
other haif by the Khedive, through
whose country the Canal passed.

As much of the shipping which

adopted by the House of Assembly and
sanctioned by the Legislative Council, of
creating the office and leaving the salary

to be fixed on the appointment of the |went through the Canal to and
oie frem the East was British the
officer, whership and .control of the .

â„¢% was a salutary principle enunciated not
so long ago by Mr. Adams in the House
tuat the terms and conditions of office
si-culd be fixed and the appointment of the
ofcer left in’ the hands of the Governor

hout any conditions being attached.

Canal, particularly in the event
of war, was of great importance
wo this country.

of

interest to a

DIZZY

The Khedive was on the verge

bankruptcy and had opened tackled
negotiations “for thé sale of his clearance:
Frenth syndicate.
Gut Disraeli, who got wind of the FORMED friendly societies;

BARBADOS



ADVOCATE

..«The man who made the deal
now threatened by Farouk

By MONTGOMERY HYDE

THAT all institutions are to be
maintained only so far as they
promote the happiness and wel-
fare of the people; and

THAT public functionaries are

trustees not for their own class

but for the nation as a whole.

These principles were reflected

in the domestic legislation of

Disraeli’s two premierships. .
For The Workers

BRIEFLY his Government

the problem of slum

PUT UP new houses for artisans;

jon he ever looked really Eng-
48h,

Yet he did more for Engian
and the English people and Em-
pire than any his contem-
poraries and his political teacn
ing still serves to inspire the
party which fh the face of strong
opposition The rose to lead.

‘Never Lies’

DIZZY was born a Londone:
in a house overlooking Gray’:
Inn Gardens, in what is now Theo-

ids Road. His father, who speli
surname D'Israeli, was =<
literary antiquarian of indepen-
dent means,
_ At an early age young Ben-
jamin made up his mind to ente:
public life (though the fact that,
according to his father, “he neve:
lies” hardly augured well for his
future eminence in politics).

He made several attempts to
get into the House of Common:
before he was finally elected ME
for Malin in 1837.
















uere has been no satisfactory reason
acvaneed for the omission of the salary
from the bill. It would be highly improper
for any Government to give the impression
that it musi wait to fix the salary of an
officer after he Has been appointed. The
only impression to be gained is that one
officer is likely to be paid a higher salary
for doing.the same job of work than

another.

aifair, persuaded him to sell out STCURED the people's savings;
to the British Government for GAVE -workmen iegal equality
£4,000,000. with their employers;

fhe question before the Cabi- REDUCED the hours of work in
net was how to raise this sur factories;
within a few hours, Parliament
was not sitting and there was no
time to summon it. Disraeli was

ni great
variety of farmyard noises. As he

resumed his seat he shouted above
the din, “I sit down now, but
the time will come when you wil:
hear me.”

His time came a few years later

equal to the emergency. He told joe So Premier, Sir

his secretary, Montague. Corry, to office pledged) roo ue
temain outside the Cabinet room. try's agriculture, aioe ro ‘coun-
When the decision to raise a loan allow

the f.ee importation of corn,
As Disraeli put it, Peel “hac
caught the Whigs

bad been :eached he would put
his head outside the door and utter
the single word “YES,” upon which








Corry was to go straight to the

. a ah banker. Baron Lionel de Roths-

; And in thgcase of a judge it is even more chia re eae 7 ,

reprehensible. Any judicial officer who is a CoO apaned; te, none

. : ‘ eme: ; the word was said an

led to the conclusion that after his appoint- Sane Whrried oft 0. eee the
ment the amount of his salary was likely — | banker.

to be calculated on his popularity or that it
was likely to be reduced because of some
personal disadvantage, rather than on his

qualifications for judicial office would hesi- skin and asked:

tate before he even applied for the post. meee Stina
| Ifitis that the salary willbe fixed higher |Government.” _ f
or lower in the event of the appointment erm — Fon: ae

of a Barbadian, then it will act as a boom-
erang when there is a shortage of other
officers and it is hoped to secure outsiders
for the local service. \

It has been said that the office will b
temporary and that the act will end in 1952.
This implies that there is no need for such
an officer in a reconstructed judiciary. If
that is the truth then there are still retired

purchase

are now seeking to repudiate.
A New View ...
THE incident of th
purchase is related in %
of Disraeli published Trecently.*

The Prime Minister, Corry told
him, ‘wanted £4,000,000 by the
following day. The Baron selected
& miuscate] grape from the dish
before him, ate it, disposed of the
“What is your

Parliament duly endorsed the

of the matters which the Egyp-
tians, in defiance of these treaties,

Dizzy’s story has been told be- by his own party.



THE GREAT TORY

PROTECTED merchant
from the dangers of
worthy ships;

seamen
unsea-

IMPROVED sanitation; and, ac-
- orcas to a trade union manual.
“ SS two Acts which consti-
The British “tuted the charter of the social
freedom of the

and industrial
working classes.

i omer eles a one of He was 68
nd it was confirmed in ‘ne first two Socialist M'P’s to be Downi

treaties included with successive ea cs ae ~ ee in he ek ite
Egyptian Governments, It is one Maas cess Se ihe cue ; ;
classes in five years than the

Liberals had done in fifty.
The life story of this outstand-
ing Conservative Premier is as

@ Canal strange as it is fascinating.
new life

For most of his career he was
regarded as an “adventurer” even
But Dizzy

an

walked away with dr ote

At sar same time Disraeli
preached the gos; of T
mocracy in .his oa cing
and exposed the economic hard-
ships of the poorer classes, par-
ae = coalminers and fac-
ory hands, in his
novel, Sybil. cee ee

see See of labour are as
sacred as e af
declared, Ta fat hanes c
of the millions should be the first
object of a statesman.”

The Leader

PEEL'S ‘downfall led the way
to Dizzy’s elevation as Tory
leader and eventually Premier.
when he went
t for the first time.
is second term that
jluse of Commons to
Beaconsfield.

ended in 1880
and he died the next year.

Wit dandy, lover, writer, Im-
perial statesman and patriot—
these were the facets of Dis-
rael\’s rematkable character.

What he has said and written
still lives long after the wordy

This term









judges in the West Indies and even in Bar-
bados who would render service to Barba-

dos but who will hesitate if

that the salary is to be fixed in measure

fore by other writers, The latest looked on this as a compliment, uttérances of hi

version is the work of an accom- for it simply meant that he was rival, G <, Reve Wee eae
pitshed biographer, Mr, Hesketh forced to fight his way to the gotten, ued
carson, and it appears at a singu- top without birth or influence to WORLD COPYRIGHT

lerly appropriate time, when the help him. Indeed, the fact of his RESERVED

e ectors are making up their minds Jewish origin did much to hinder

they suspect

whether or not to support the par-
ticular principles of Tory democ-
racy th which Disraeli’s name

with their personal popularity. Judicial
officers are above such considerations. If
they are not, then it would be well to admit
that in Barbados we have'reached the stage
where we pay for the kind of judge needed
rather than pay emoluments for judicial
offices. ‘
It was unfortunate that no member of the

| House raised the point argued by Hon, Mr.
Chandler in the Council. The matter might
have been rectified during consideration by
the Legislature.

| Judging by the impression which is
bound to be given by this departure from
accepted principle it would not be surpris-
ing if there are no applicants from outside
and the Governor is compelled to second
one of the junior officers on the Bench to
act in this capacity for a few months,

e
Rice
| THREE weeks ago it was announced
that the price of rice would be incrcased
from January 1952 and since then house-
wives have been complaining that they
have been unable to secure their weekly
requirements.

It is regrettable that such a condition
should arise. The inconvenience experi-
enced in this island when there is any
shortage of rice is readily known. Many

PARIS.

WHAT ‘do the French—who are
in the haBit of voting Communist
instead ui Lubour, Rauical Socialist
instead of Conserva.ive, ana
Catholic instead of Liberal—make
of the British General Election?

‘The ordinary Frenchman is com-
pletely bafiied that a Government
which not only imposes food
rationing but periodically slashes
the rations, can hope to be re-
elected. To clear up the mystery,
the French Press has again under-
taken the task of explaining us to
our ecross-Channel neighbours, and
once again the Englishman’s ears
tingle as he reads of our un-
rivalled civic virtues® tand“‘our
“ability to take it.”

Reading, all this, the average
Frenchman shrugs his shoulders
in puzzlement and goes about the
business of the day—which most
cer.ainly includes the consump-
tion of a steak, or heaven help’
the Government of the day,



Much Confusion
On a more informed level there
is comsiderable confusion; many
French Tories with strong*neutral-
ist’? and anti-American sentiments
welcome the Bevanites’ revolt on
the arms programme as confirm-

people in Barbados believe that they can jatinn of their own view that
exist only as long as rice remains the staple oe aay is driving us too
. ng .

diet and many housewives argue that it
suits their economy to purchase greater
supplies of rice than any other commodity.

Accusations of hoarding have been made
but these must be regarded as being with-
out foundation, but it is significant that |
there has been no announcement, that the
regular disbursement of 8,000 bags per |
month has been reduced,

Other French Tories including
most of the French Foreign Office
hone for a Tory victory. They
feel that Churchill will end Briti¢h
retreats in the Middle East and
thereby strengthen France’s own
difficult position in that area.

The Other Election

MEANWHILE France has just
completed one-of its own even
more. than usally complicated
eleetions which seem to be

nt



that we should go forward, let us

him.
As a young tman he dressed
flamboyantly, and it cannot be said

By SAM WHITE
specifically designed to permit
every party to claim the result as
a victory for itself. This time
it was election for the municipal
councils which enable rural France
to take on its pre-war look by
ridding its councils of Communists
and Left Wingers.

More than half of the Communist
seais in the rural areas went to
Right Wing candidates and Social-
ists lost about 30 per cent. of their
representation,

All the Right Wing parties, in-
cluding the De Gaullis's, made
gains.
* Wrong Teeth
THESE men made news in Paris
last week.

Dr, Pierre Toukas, a Paris
dentist, was fined £15 for knock-
ing two teeth out of the mouth of
one of his patients, According to
Dr. Toukas, the patient became
enraged when he was told that one
of his molars would have to be
removed. “He attacked me and I
acted in self-defence,” said Toukas.
Unfortunately, neither of the teeth
knocked out was the one the
dentist wanted to pull.

Evolution

roe report: A four-day
congress at Sorbonne University
on “The Genesis and Future of
Paris” opened with a lecture on
“Paris in the Stone Age,” and
ended with a talk by dress de-
signer Pierre Balmain on “La
Haute Couture.”

They Said It
QUOTES of the week:
General de Gaulle: “Russia

shakes the world’s plum tree. But
these fruits do not fall in the
autumn.”

Paris newspaper (on the Brilish
elections): “The English electoral







*Dizzy Hesketh Pearson

(Methuen 21s.)

Les Anglais-Are They Sane?

trance watches the election—with a shrugandja shudder

battle compared with ours really
seems very simple. There are only
two parties and a few divergencies
within each, and above all these
parties have names that correspono
to what they are. The Labour
Party are Labourites and the Con-
servatives have the extraordinary
courage to call themselves that.
Politics in England are just like
good wines in France, the sys.em
is that of following the label.”

No Meeting

STAYING in the same Paris
hotel over the week-end: burly
Kenneth Ross, Anglo-Iraman Ou
Company’s general manager (unti:
recently) at Abadan, and the Em-
press Soraya of Persia.

They never met; a mu‘ual friend
who tried to arrange a meeting
received a polite note from the
Persian Legation telling him Her
Majesty was “unavailable.”

Both are in Paris for a holiday.
A meeting between the two would
have been less: embarrassing than
an unexpected one between the
Empress and Farouk’s sister,
Princess Faiza, which took place
in a Montmartre restaurant.

Seeing Soraya walk in, Faiza
(whose sister was the previous
Empress of Persia) left the
westaurant. The women passed
each other without a glance of
recognition.

The Empress is in Paris on a
clothes-buying spree. She arrived
in Europe—as did several other
wives of t Persians — a
few days before Dr. Mossadeg’s
expulsion order to the British.

Ross is still obviously distressed
at having to leave a country and a
job to which he was deeply at-
tached, but he is optimistic that
negotiations. "a be ry ee “

ry —L.E.S.

Dollars And The Atom Bomb



THURSDAY, OCTOBER 25, 1951







World Population Rises
Over 800 Million In
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THE world’s population has increased by |}
826,000,000 since the beginning of the present}
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Ot the 52 countries listed, only one—the
Republic of Ireland—has actually shown a
c_erease (7%) during the period 1900-1949.
There the population went down from|%
3,200,000 to 3,000,000. The largest percentage 8
increase among all the countries listed was
registered in Argentina, where the popula-
ton rose from 4,800,000 in 1900 to 16,800,000
in 1949, This represents an increase of 251%.
Argentina is followed by Cuba (231%),
Colombia (217%) and Brazil (101%).

On the whole, the American continent has
recorded the greatest relative increase dur-
ing the past fifty years. The WHO study
shows that this rise amounted to about 112%,
the 1949 population being estimated at
320,800,000 as compared with 151,000,000 in
1900. The rate of increase has been slower in
Europe than anywhere else. The population
of Europe rose only 36% (not including the
USSR) during the half century under review.
Estimated at 288,000,000 in 1900, Europe's
population had grown to approximately
392,000,000 by 1949.

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What is today the USSR had a population in
{800 which was less than half as large as that
of the rest of Europe, but in the past fifty
years around 74,000,000 have been added and
the USSR at present has a population of
200,000,000. The greatest increase in Europe,
outside the USSR, was recorded in Italy. Its
pcpulation rose during the period in question
from 33,400,000 to 46,000,000. In Oceania
the population rose 100% and was up to
12,400,000 in 1949, while in Africa the per-
centage increase was 41. Ths African popuia-
tion in 1949 was estimated at 197,900,000 as|«
against 140,700,000 in 1900.



HALF OF INCREASE IN ASIA

Half of the world’s total increase has been
contributed by Asiatic countries alone.
Although some of the smaller countries, such
as Indonesia, the Philippines, Thailand, etc.,
rccorded increases as well over 100%, the two
large countries, viz., China and pre-partition
India, increased relatively slowly at rates of
approximately 30% and 49% respectively.
Yet their contribution to the total world in-
crease is almost one third, though some of the
population estimates are not always reliable.



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The WHO study also shows that the world
population has nearly quadrupled in the past
three centuries, rising from an estimated
945,000,000 in 1650 to approximately 2,378,-
000,000 in 1949, The most rapid growth has
been principally, in the past, among Euro-
peans and their migratory descendants on
other continents. The factors contributing to
this were presumably the settlement of new
lands, scientific and industrial progress and
developments in medical science and tech-
nology. But, the study adds, “the latter factors
are no doubt at work among the non-Euro-
pean populations. For instance, the period of
accelerated rates in countries such as Egypt,
India, Pakistan and Indonesia has occurred
much later than in the West.”

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FLAVOUR |

UNIQUE IN

Fellowship
To The Editor, The Advocate —

SIR,—Permit v space in your
valuable columns to encourage a
hand of comradeship. and under-
standing among our fellow. ceun-
trymen of tis island. In the very
near future, we will be wending
our way .to the Polls to Elect
Representatives for our different
constituencies, and despite the
failing and short comings of the
past, it is time that we search the
inner chambers of our consciences
to elect candidates of integrity,
vision, and regard for a fair share
towards one and all alike, regard-
less of whom that representative
may be.

In these days of peril, financial
strain and hardship, there is indeed
no need to think in terms of
hatred, racial discrimination, and

personalities for each and every «

one of us to some extent in our
daily walk of life are feeling the
pinch of the shoe. From the past,
however, we should realise that
we have fostered bad relationship
one toward the other, but in order

resolve for the coming eva to make
good the wrongs of yesterday by
our good thoughts and deeds of
today and the future. We are
all sons ef this our native land
regardless of our station in life, our
class, our creed, our colour, and
truly as we look around. us taking
inté Account the blessings extended
to us by our Heavenly Father, as
compared with storm and. tempest,
and the political strife of neigh
bouring countries, we — should
truly “decide to reform ourselves
towards making this little island
comfortable for each of “us, that
by our example, others too would
follow. All of us are longing for
» better world in which to live,
but we must first begin to help
ourselves. towards this attain-
ment. Education alone, nor science,
nor accumulated ‘wealth cap do
this; irue comradeship and broth-
erly love only can find a way,
Let us then begin with our small
island: This land is beautiful, let
us by our business, our politics,
ir economics make our existence
itiful also.

Thanking you for your space,

Yours faithfully,
HOPEFUL

Sweet

A gleam of light in the murky
British dollar export picture: on
sheer merit alone, and on “cus-.
tomer demand”—not big adver-
tising campaigns —British liquor-
ice sweet sales are booming in
American shops.

Three firms > have captured an

estimated 60 per cent.-of the
American market.
American manufacturers say

that though they have tried and
tried they cannot get a formula
like the British favourites.

Says one of America’s largest
wholesale sweet distributors, at
New Haven, Connecticut; “Britain
offers us a unique product in
colourful, bright packages, with
more flavour and tasting much
better than the American pro-
duct.’

* 7 ae Me

And British prices are the
same as, and sometimes lower
than, the American, in spite of
tariffs and transport costs.

Another big distributor says :
‘We have mot handled = any
American liquorice in two years.

It just is not as good as the
3ritish.”
Shopkeepers ask for British

liquorice, although nobody tries
to “push” it, and across the
country customers want to “buy
British.”

Crowning triumph came when
three of America’s biggest chain-
store businesses: started stocking
Dritish liquerice,

Cost of Loaning
BANKERS meeting in Chicago
were practically unanimous that
leans for business ventures are
going to cost the borrower quite
a bit more in the days ahead,
Bank loans are at an all-time
peak, £7,150 million, up £1,400
million.on a year ago.

Reds still Lag

EXPLOSION of the
Russian atom bomb suggests,
says William Laurence, special
writer for the New York Times,
that Russian progress im atomic
weapons is far slower than
America’s. He says that the
United States has tested “at least
ten and probably more new
models of atom weapons” —and
more are about to be tried out in
Nevada,

second

By comparison, Russia has Some people can’t even buy soup | {t
tested only one new model'in the meat at present prices, and I’m
past two years, strong evidence not going to take the bread and
that “Russia is considerably be- butter away from your children.”
hind in the production of fission-
able material.”

Without a Song
TIN PAN ALLEY, which rose









Japs Again

IN THE EXCITEMENT over the
Japanese Peace Treaty, the Ameri-



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to the occasion with plenty of can dinner-wear men wore}|{ DELIGHTF UL HARVEY s
songs in both world wars, has frowns because of the rising|}}}

not produced a single one for the Competition from the Rising Sun./} SWEETS HKRISTOL
Korean war. Says John Howard, , Now they have been joined by|{

an authority on the history of the sewing~ machine makers.|} Baby Foods (Strained) SHERRIES
music: “America has been grow- Japan is said to have grabbed Turkish Delight

ing up fast. The answer is that, already 25 per cent. of the|}} Sharp's Toffees

in times like these, nobody wants American domestic market with|} ©. A. Cigarettes- Bristol Full Cream
to write a war song, sing one, or Cheap machines, = oe Bristol Milk

Embassy Cigarettes
Churchman’s
Carr’s Sweet Biscuits

=e) et cnt Gold in Main-street

BUT the big-money men are
getting a lot more interested in
the little-money men. Sponsored



Cost of Fining
DEALING with 12 trivial cases



in the Long Island city magis- by the New York Stock Exchange, ER RUM

trates’ court — they ranged from American business is starting a FOR EN GY i

lighting a cigarette in a tube nation-wide census to find out J. &. R. Bread There is nothing better on
railway carriage to obstructing more about share-holders, who Anchor Butter the Market.

the pavement with some crates
—magistrate Charles Murphy im-
posed fines as low as 6d.

Said he: “Things are
tough just now. Many
are finding it difficult to
both ends meet.
a day's pay

they are and just what they own.
And Keith Funston, the new
president of the Stock Exchange,
has a strong hunch that when the
peopie returns are in. it will be found
make that Main-street, not Wall-street,
It is hard to lose owns American business. '
attend court, American Column

PHONE GODDARDS BEFORE
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THURSDAY, OCTOBER 25, 1951 BARBADOS ADVOCATE ‘ ' PAGE FIVE

ELECTRIC CORP. INSTALLS RADIO TELEPHONE
At Plant And In Vehicles |

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THE BARBADOS Electric Supply Corporation has Co cil Co ider Bill Ic
recently installed a Pye 2-way V.H.F. Radio Telephone ' ' T

system at their plant and in certain of their vehicles. Encourage Fishing Industry

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~ - Stewart, Assistant month and that it was safe to say |
Ma'ns Engineer of the Company that the amcunt of time saved in THE LEG'SLATIVE COUNCIL on Tuesday began
' . oe he cooues hs ole cares te " uble by the ser - consideration of and referred to a Select Committee the
instant radio ‘contact. with ‘their about 80% “The Penste ter aeat, ne Bill te Poe nee the Fishing Industry of the Island
Service Car at any. time of the explained, was that when the ser- The object of the Bill is to consolidate and amend the
Gay cr night and thus speed up vice car went out on a trouble existing legislation for the promotion of the fishing;
maintenance work. He said that call and arrived at its destination, industry.

the engineer on duty apart from ihe man in charge of the car re- The Hon'ble the Colonial Sec- supposed to carry out.
being able to instruct the Service ports back by radio ;to the Com- retary moved the second reading The Bill was drafted with the

Car wh may be out on a job pany on his findings and if neces- of the Bill and pointed out that assistance of the Fisheries Offi- ee as Oe ae

can also Givert it to further trou- sery special instructions are given i's origin dated back to 1950 cer and the Director of Agricul- | favourite tobaccos. Sis
bles elsewhere afterwards. to him. when the Fisheries Advisory Com- ture, people with expert knowl-} blends to choose from—
At the Company there is a te'e- When he completes this job, in- mittee reviewed certain ‘aspects edge of fishing in the island. He! every one a balanced

phone operator on duty 24 hours stead of returning to the Ccm- of the report in Barbados on however did not see why a
a day, so that there is always pony he gets directions which take ‘isheries made by the Adviser on “moses” or any other boat. should
someone on hand to receive him to any other trouble in any fisheries to the Secretary of not be brought under the head-

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THE remote control unit is install trouble calls. These calls can be other part of the country. State for the Colonies. ing of fishing boat,

of the Company. The operator ragga yy? Tarte C ton ye ccmmunicated to the engineer on The Pye equipments operate on In that report. it was recom- He said that he had no knowl-
. y rec g a trouble call cuty wherever he may be, by very small wavelengths which â„¢cnded that there should be en- edge one way or the other

from a consumer, prior to relaying it over the radio to the Service means of the radio, andi the en- ce not be reteived on ordinary “uiries with regard to loss of of the fishing industry, but he

Car. gineer can in turr in- yadios. The total equipment in fishing boats at sea. The Commit- felt that there could be a de-}

3 structions to the service car, alse use by the Electric Company com- tee agreed to the recommenda- fAnition of fishing boat to cover |
by radio. prises a fixed station, remotely tions and advised that an enqui.y every possible boat as long as it)

7 e ° ° ° re oo Z bile _. Should be held whenever there caught fish for gain.
Wounding Suit Fishing Fleet W ill Less Trouble prepay lg. bls < yrpon pet ig was the loss of any boat at sea. Hon'ble R. Challenor agreed |

ene in the service car,





= ke The system, he said enw. ght obile ane f that the definition of fishing boat| j
m ‘ Be Smaller This rhe system, h aid, hes beer cther mobile in the car of the Sea Egg Boats wag rather loose, but he did not ey
in cperation now for about a engincecr on duty A , aie a
Ismisse . . 7 ? Pye r Hon'ble V. C. Gale enquired think they were in a position to; ‘se
Year Than Last Y éar Whether “moses” boats and, other move any amendment }
Mr, H. A. Talma, Police Magis- a 7. ; small boats such as those used A Definition

in catching sea eggs should have Hon'ble G. B. Evelyn said

ras Bo r Fewer fiying fish boats than last f
trate of District “A”, yesterday to go through all forms of regis- that the Bill was supposed

cismissed a case of wounding on year wall ce iwuncned during we
i‘s merits brought by Henry coming flying ash season wuich 1s
Walkes against Carlisle Morris expected to be m good swing by
45-year-old manager of Wanstead, â„¢G-November. ;

St. Michael, Mr. DL. W.° Wiles, Fisheries

Counsel for defendant Morris Officer, said yesterday that during
was My. E. K. Walcott, K.C. After Jast season quite a number of ily-
the case Walkes appealed at the ing fish boats were lost that have
bar. Both sides—defence and Met been replaced while there
prosecution—brought witnesses to Were others badly in need of re-
give their account of the ‘alleged Pairs which the owners could not
wounding, repair,

Henry Walkes told the Court “The reason for the boats not
that on October 6 about 4.30 p.m. being repaired and replaced is that
he was going home when he saw the boat owners have not found
Malcoim Alleyne who asked him it possible to meet the incre ed
to go with him to see Carlisle cost of material and so had to
Morris who had some back pay for Make a let alone,” Mr. Wiles said.
him. He averaged the island’s. fishing

They went to Morris and while fleet at.580-exclusive of pot fish
Alleyne was talking to him Morris 4nd sea egg boats. Of these, only
cuffed him three times and three were new boats. At one
knocked him down to the ground. fishing seasoi there were as many
He tried to get up but the defend- as 620 boats in the water. i
ant took out a knife out of his | At present, there are about six ONE of the mobile sets in the service car is operated by the service
getty, Pag «lie haggle nd Scalise Tegal ey atch yl Seti man who is seen in communication with the Company's telephone
between his fingers on the left fish. Mr. Wiles said that fish usu- _°P¢7tor.
hand. ally come in fro Grath-ess.

He had no chance to retaliate but there was ication of
for when he got on the ground where the fish would come from

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another man—Alonza Russell of this season. The maiority of the More Die of Pneumonia

tration as in the case of larger a
boats which went fishing far out oe Sor Me Gnseds of Be Aah

t) sea. tng industry. The fishermen

As far as he could see! the de- Were & deserving lot who lived
finition of fishing boats was a hard life and it seemed a
rather loose and he would be him as if they were bringing it
glad if the Hon'ble the Cotonial rules and regulations which
Secretary could enlighten him as were not encouraging to the
far as that was concerned, industry.

Che Hon'ble the Colonial See- Tion’ble Dr. C. H. St. John said
retary said that the Hon'ble Mr, that they did not want to kill the
Field might be able to give more Bil!. He suggested that it be
information than he with regard sent to a Select Committee in
to the meaning of the term “‘fish- order that they might confer
ing boat" as the Bill was draft- with the Fisheries Of..cers to get
ed in his department in consul- first hand information on the
tation with the Fisheries Officer, matter

Hon'ble Mr. Field said that He then made a motion to that
although the Attorney General's effect which was agreed to. | ;

: SOLE AGENTS:
MESSRS, A. S, BRYDEN & SONS (BARBADOS), LTD.
P.O. BOX 403, BRIDGETOWN, BARBADOS ¥



Department was responsible for The following were appointed
the drafting of legislation, it members of that Committee:
must not necessarily be taken Honbles Dr. A. S. Cato, K, R.
that they were responsible for Hunte. Dr, C, H, St. John and
the policy which the Bill was F. I). Field,





T.N.T. says:—















“TONO is the pee daily drink

for growing children,
Wanstead, St. Michael—attacked boats would have to be launched i Fohie rich deliciousness of tes tn,
him too. Alleyne made a state- before he could have said whether Th Y ‘ . 4 edients —milk, cocoa, sugar an
ment to him and he went with there would be a_ prosperous 1s ear— Oo ‘Mahony carne wheat, and, last but not
him to the defendant, season, east, the unique TONO flavour-



Malcolm Alleyne said that when ing—all make it the really popular

PNEUMONIA has claimed 165 deaths so far this year,

he first went to the defendant fo m . : aaa.

his back money on October 6 he WHARF GETS Phis figure was obtained from the Department of Medical dally milk ration, ti h

(Morris) told him that before he Services yesterday. Chiefly of virus origin, it affects both for the here tnd + ~ They

could get it he would have to NEW CRANE adults and children. It usually starts with influenza symp- love it —and it's good for them ‘
bring along a witness with him. t

E \ 3g seek hiatal b “ .y — hot or cold."’
Sometime later he saw Walkes and Another hand crane is going up toms and leads a protracted course for a period of approxi

‘ they saw the defendant going on tne Pier Hgad | beside the pene ae as Six ane 7 , ee
across Wanstead Road. Walkes Wharf, opposite the. recently ren- Pd Mahony, Director © ‘ ° 7
spoke to the defendant who gave ovated bond. Messrs. DaCosta and Medical Services told the Advo- Ursuline Convent





a knife out of his pocket and cut Engineers were screwing down ,.,, bran os itt | Ghee. och tnt.
him between the fingers on the the trunk of the crane to the base- SPORE OF NEES ALS eee?

him three cuffs which caused him Co., Ltd., are having the crane oertieent She eaten quires veer |
to fail to the ground, erected chiefly to. be used in load- in ea the and prolonged peat General Cert.
While Walkes was on the ing barges. with puncheons of einen gantnar ‘ne een tee '
ground the defendant pulled molasses. the Director advised as ‘soon as Results CHOCOLATE MALT & MILK BEVERAGE
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ent going to bed and seeking medi- Following are the results of the Gen- —. - Za
left hand, ‘ ment yesterday. T'he new crane ¢qj “advice. There are certain 4! Certificate Examination at Ordin- | .
Pulled His Shoulder ‘means another berth barges modern’ drugs which are reason- %% level of the Ursdiine Convent.
In making his defence Morris when loading molasses. ably effected. standard for a Credit in the old School
said that while he was going There appears, he said, to be a “nie ape eee eeeenas dace
across Wanstead Road on the date VE greater increase in the ' number atin ° in Englis - pICTURE of the main fixed station at the Company.. This is un-
in question Walkes pulled him OPEN RDICT of cases this year than last year French, rie ee attended, and remotely controlled from the Mains Department Office.
by the shoulder and told him to . RETURNED IN nig iy type m wee as Ee ELMAR, r. — Passed in 1acripture, "
: . e °F x NV » ete e malish nguage, n sh \terature,
Fey Ae ikes aa, Coakiea ATH INQUIRY % ona ee ee ———
, § ; ‘ ‘ ‘ BOUCAUD, K Pacsed in Scripture, = >
him by the shirt thus tearing . ‘4 eve ‘ Hospital Medicos English Language, English Literature {
his shirt end vest. He held ; An open verdict was returned Speaking about staff movements 4nd Art Gaskin Promoted
. y a nine-man jury to Coroner | Se hee : D CHALBAUD, N.—Passed in Scripture, .
Walkes oe oe a io 7 7 C. W. Rudder at District “B” rts ‘ ae = far ps k English Language, English Literature,
round and he saw Walkes had a rf ‘ eal Aes Mahony said tha - Leacock, History and Spanish : ‘
Pnife in his left hand. He eventu- eine. ican gag Surgeon Specialist at the Hospital eCURWEN, D. — Passed in Scripture, Co Inspectorate a of
ally got up off the ground. re Chacles: McConney . easter ot be leaving = Narenpee er ' ae lates, Languade,| |) Fasten erature ie. gecpsine Wid 1 Geakil 45
en ll ; “Me c we - An aprointment has been made to ">; a a, «s Pan s : . ation Sergeant . Ge
on Bove nite in Rima” walle oe Village, St. Philip. was concluded. {11 this post on Mr. Leacock’s de- Gish tarerave, Knalith Liteetue are. ‘who enlisted. in the Barbados al WEATHERHEAD'S
were on the groufid. He never had ieee < oe spot peor parture Mr. Leacock has been ory, Bioloay and Art a Police Foree on See a SEE US for wholesale prices THOSE GERMS
a ; > the motor car M— was involved Surgeon Specialist at the Hospita! . . —- Passed ip Sori * 1935 has been promoted to the oe ee
* Saati tke eet on the case in an accident on Stepney Road since Ist January, 1948 when he Rea S SADEARYS, English Literature rank of Inspector. oe aan? of Te
at, A : oa on July 27. Carl Fields and Lyle arrived from British Guiana. LA TOUCHE, C Passed in Scrip- 14 he was promoted to the rank’ +,
Pein Walcott #aid that no doubt Greenidge who were also in the It is understood that Mr. Lea- ture. English Language, English Litera- of Jxance Sergeant and in July Sparklers—10 in a pkg.—12c. PARADING f f
ese two—Alleyne and complain- : 7 “ll » leaving Bar- ture. and History ion neler t and assombs
car were taken td the General cock will shortly be leaving Bar a English 1949 he was made Sergeant a
ant Walkes—set out to see the ; ; Ane Boa U.K NAVARRO, M. Passed in English *** : district. Stations. evil on the Side Walk ee ‘ '
defendant with ju in their Hospital after the accident. bados for the Language, History and Spanish served at many district Stations. ee ihe ust a Few Drops of JEYPINE—ond that’s the end of Germs!
ene a purpose in their A post mortem examination re- Dué¢ to arrive from England “NETTO. .M. Passed in Scripture ed and Green Matches : Eee
mind. The story of Walkes was .-jieq that death was due to to-day is Dr. C, B. Vaughan who English ‘Language, English Literature | j1, i; now in charge of District e pstairs and downstairs, for bathroom and lavatory, sinks and
not upheld by his witness Alleyne. : Eades is coming out to take up an ap- #4 History “@” Station, Other promotions JAMES PAIN & SONS loors, trust Jeypine to keep the home safe from infectidn.,
Walkes said that he fell to the Shock from multiple injuries. : 5 r r NIEVES, M.A. + Passed in Scripture, . . Large Works—for Publi
, 2 pointment as a Medical Officer at ragiish Language, English Literature are Sergeant Louis Marshall FES WOEms fOr FUDIEC igypine is powerful and pleasant too—you never tire of its
ground but he did not show how the Hospital. Dr. Vaughan is a and History. number 352, to the rank of Display : ,
he could have received the blow Ca ai n On Barbadian and Old Harrisonian. | PAYNE, G. — Passed if sBaripture, Station Sergeant. Sergeant 117 Peacock Plumes efreshing pine fragrance. Add a little to the water when
between the fingers when asked mip . & He was Barbados Scholar in 1943 Fnalish ape, Bholis ‘Merature. Fitzherbert Bancroft to the rank Rockets—Coloured ‘eaning — there's safety {n Jeypine!
to do so by the court, Bad Parkin and after a short ete % "na PERKINS, A, — Passed in Scripture, of Station Sergeant. a —Blectric
rington College, left the follow- Enwlish Language, Enwlish Literature, » Bright
‘ : 8 ing year for England to continue MOCK. G, — Passed in Knglish Lan- Cpl. 333 Eustace Sealy has been » Whistling INSIST =
Child Dies Suddenly wate ee Branch of | the his wees. os i aeoes will be yinge, English. Literature, History and promoted to the rank of Sergeant. Roman Cancles—- Colourca i
olice has started a campaign accompanied by his wife. — Art Others are Cpl, 387 Conrac eb-
Tyrone Clarke, 2-year-old boy against en = oo ya nn: setae tus medion ie ¢ lett, and Cpl. 184 George Kell- Lance workks—Mepiwy ON
a ie » cars severa r the side- pec € ° ; 7 as - an. So y § '
yesterday at his ame + et a ge ig ey one Pee eel the Hospital to full estab- GETS SIDEWALK two constables 382 Lyle, does Jet Wheels a
Mertem examination was per- to ie vocate: “This lack of cers ® ce te ee 3 and 294 Francis Yearwoo a evil Among the Tailors en ee ; -
formed on his body later during thought for other road users lishment—that is, ix. J.abourers were working on the jeen made Corporals. Jack in the Boxes } On Sale 2t KNIGHTS DRUG STORES {
the day by Dr. Charles Manning causes great inconvenience for window-by-the-sea opposite Jem- Monster Fountains J
who attributed death to pneu- other motorists. It is just as easy motc‘s Lane yesurday. About sis oe Mines — are
monia. to draw up near to the gidewnlk TWO POLICE WOMEN masons were on the job mldicig Witches Cauldron A 9 a
as it is to stop two or three feet a six foot side walk which when GHUTNIN . Mount Pelee ms Rada es et f ls . Ly Le hon ee) a
. ” ‘ ~ . re 8 - WM (¢ *rackers
Caribbean ony Gb auaiai wa buble ta con WITH C.LD. eda d will give a good fron GlG ii Ng eae Ba _ cna: apie eines «.
oe operate in putting a stop to this al at vy two Policewomen One man told the Advocate yes-| , < Golden Rain, ete ab
Commission Meets bad practice, Se ae Syvestioné terday that the work is being sh a a USE a
° dan Tiekartme 2 ece 2olice- ne by the Public Works who . These are only a few kinds.
tion Department, Receritly Police- co y for } hx fn ; ‘ waThT Ge}
nm St. Croix 6 i ¢ : . ri » who was have hired workers from the ' There are 50 kinds to choose > \\
f Can. Constructor with the. ieasolocetion ‘sed Passport ‘Transport and Highways to do the i from the smallest at 4«. oo i URIN A « lLiGg X s
The Thirteenth Meeting o: : Office was transferred to the necessary work. each to the Largest 18/- >
the gg ce oe Leaves Today Srp. es eee _ , hen the sidewalk is completed eellability oS a ech. a IN THE CHECKER BOARD BAGS .
Commission begins on ‘on- Z ‘eens la .c is Police- the rear end of the window may . ~ “pe
day, October 29, in Christian- The motor vessel Canadian Con- = ‘The other at the ore ms mee , ange t , : a better BRUCE WEATHERHEAD : m H. Jason Jones & Co,, Ltd—Distributors
Is a be " ort for woman Carmen Nurse who has be changed up to give Bw
a ee eee wae age Nye rd Taal, beer with that department for appearance, Meanwhile hawkers ) me ;
of the United States, and is the past four days loading mo- been w } — tive, still visit the windows and on Limited B d St t b
expected to last until Novem- lasses for Canadian ports, 1s ex- sometime nen a they nate jane ‘duvet fishing nets can be - ar roa ree nn he nk RO
ber 3. pected to leave port on her home- she is giving a B : seen spread on the ground drying. ==) B



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Held in St. Croix on the in- bound voyage today. The Com- herself.

vitation of the Governor, His | gtructor is consigned to Messrs
Statistics. Adviser Due Saturday











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chairmanship of Mr. Ward M.
Canada, Unsesd atee’ (Ge: Nelson. Due Tomorrow ey
Chairman of the Commission, The C.N.S. passenger-freighier a N ARRANGEMENT has been made with the Canadian Gov :
oe onal pr eee Lady Nelson is expected to arrive * ornment for the secondment of Mr. M. C. Cougle of the sure of gettiny
x. re i ‘
T his at Barbados from Montreal, hali Ceonomics and Statistics Section, National Revenue Depar!ment, @ strong, smooth
vie . ic a) in a . wets 3 ss a
hccling "of os ‘ee oF ee ee ae wage “ ‘) Barbados for a peried of three months for the purpose of flexible and - BAS TS
“4 . 0 n Islands ay. ; K I :

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be special reports, and the | take passengers from here before | an@ sdvising in the preparation of statistics and their interpre- | 534 reliable slide
Commission will be called upon | jeaving the same night for British — tation,” “2 <3 fastener. Look
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PERSE A PSN Seen
Boos. ‘bose! Sees. ANNOUNCEMENTS
@agements, and "nm Memoriam notices is ae







$1 50 on week-da,s and $1.80 om Sundays
for any number of words up to 50, and
3 cents per word on week-days and
@ cents per word on Sundays for each
additional wart,

To mect numerous requests of our
customers, we have opencd a section
for custom made shirts, pyjamas, pants,
shorts, ladies slacks, boys Clothing ete.
Having at our disposal the facilities of a
modern factory we are able to offe:
Prompt services at exceptionaily reason-
able prices.

Reliance. Shirt Factory, Shirt Depot.
Palmetto Street. Phone 4764.

10.10.51—19n.

FOR SALE

For Births, Marriage ¢r Engagement
annouvneements in Carib Calling the
charge is $3.00 for any number of words
up to 50 and 6 eents per, word for each
additional word. Terms cash Phor~ 2508
between 8.30 and 4 p.m., 3113 for Death
Notices only after 4 pm.







THANKS



Mininum charge week 72 cents and







96 cents Su™days % words — over %&
words 3 cents a word week—4 cents a
word on Sundays:
HUTCHINSON: We the undersigned
desire to return thanks to all those AUTOMOTIVE

who sent wreaths, cards or in any
way expressed sympathy with us in
our recent sad bereavement occa-
sioned by the death, of our Mother
and Grandmother Agnes Hutchinson.
Doris Jordan and Family 25.10 51—In



: Austin Station Waggon (1951)
urder 3,000 miles. Apply:Eckstein
age, Bay Street. 25.10. 51—4n

CAR: One Prefect Ford—Good Tyres
and Battery, engine sound. Contact:
N._ ©. Proverbs, Lowlands Plantation
or Dial 8638. 2A.10,51—3n

CAR—7 H.P. Austin, 4 doors. Apply
to O. H. Seale, or Phone k
20.10.51—6n.

aetna 4 pein see ; ee ae =
THE GLEN: Furnished apartrnent call | 3,000 Silas teder eke the island.
8273 24.10. 51--3 | Bhone—2032. 14.10,51—t.f.n.







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CARS: Two Hilman Saloons 1961
PERSONAL models very little used and condition
ike new. A Hillman Saloon 1950 in
perfect condition. A Hillman Estate Car
(Station Wagon done only 8,000 odd miles
sj Fa excellent condition. Austin A-70 Saloon
NOTICL A-1 condition, Austin A-40 Saloon under
arias nuk, A-1 condition Morris Minor
This serves to notify the general public | S4leon perfect condition.’ Singer. Sports
that I do not hold myself pusporeiiie for | Model, repainted and in nice order. COLE
any debt or debts contracted by afiy-~ & Co., Ltd. 25.10.51, 4
one in my naine without a writ o piihhtid, ib cen 4... ee
Sed Ge ade ten order | “FORD PREFECT: P-333. In good condi-
GABRIEL GONSALVES (Junior), tion. No reasonable offers refused. Con-
“Osterley”, tact: King, McEnearny’s 23.10.51—4n
Max jell, Ch h. ie Pa eee oeetenakes atts, en nn

24.3°.61—-2n ELECTRICAL





The public are hereby warned against RADIOS: One Phili

J 1 : ps 10 Tube Radio,
giving credit to my wife NEILPIE} Lovely Cabinet, in perfect condition— also
BFOWNE ‘nee KNIGHTS) as ? do not! One Philco 9 tube Radio. They both look
hold myself responsible for or anyone like new, and performance is unbeatable
else contracting any debt or debts in| No reasonable offer refused. The Standard





my a unless, by a written order Agency (B'dos.) Co 14 Swan Street,
signed by me 3620 ra 2n.

McCLELLAN BROWNE, i : eee

Villa. Rd, Brittons Hill,

St. Michael, FURNITURE
25.10 .51—2n =
CABINETS — “Filing Cabinets: Just

(ialanieaiiendeiei, received, néw shipment Roneo Filing



Cabinets—4 drawer, foolscap size.

f

them to-day at T. Geddes Grant Ltd.,



Bolton Lane.” 20.10.51—6n.
= FILING CABINETS: Safe Cabinets
with combination 3 ft. by 6 ft. $150.C0

Not forgetting a good stock of New Fil-
ing Cabinets, Desks, etc. At Ralph
Reards, Lower Bay Street.

FLY 25.10.51—3n
LAA MECHANICAL
“TYPEWRITER: Portable Olympia Type-

writer, Big Type. Hardly Used. Contact:
Cc. O'Dowd, Wm. Fogarty.





Enjoy the hospitality, com-
fort and thoughtful serv-





ice which have made PAA good working order $60.00. At Ralph
a Beards, Lower Bay Street.

first choice” of veteran 25.10.51—3n
travelers the world over. MISCELLANEUUS



BORDERED SPUN SILK:— Crease Re-
sisting in 34 lovely designs and colours.

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Visit in time to get your share at
Via San Juan or by connecting air- KIRPALANI 52 Swan Street tee an
lines from Miami. Reduced 15-day, Se
round-trip Excursion Fares now in CP=PE BACK SATIN “RIBTA"; A
effect from San Juan. “M. rehal" Fabris Ceertion, Can be ure!
Both Sides in Wait) Creo. tworal Blue.
All PAA flights to New York Dark Green. Visit KIP.°ALANI, 52 Swan
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19,10,.51—6n,



ST. CROIX LODGE STONE WORKS
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¢ " Supplies of Block Stone, Crusher,
Frequent flights by swift Convair- Broken Stone, Quarry concrete and Mari
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a limited

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Street.

Tyre Company, Trafalgar
2696 . 23.10.51—t.f.n.



STOVE: One (1) Second hand Wood
and Coal Stove in perfect order. W. A.
Medford, Ltd. 24.10.51—3n

SAFES—"Steel Fire
can supply from stock Samco Safes in
various sizes with combination
apply to T. Geddes Grant Ltd.,
4442,"" 2.10.51—6n.





For 22 years the leading
international airline—PAA
was first to link the Amer-
icas by air, first to fly to















TOYS: Large selection sof Toys in-
cluding Bicycles for 2 vei old, Tri-
all six continents. eyeles for 5 years old, and Bieyeles for
8 years old. Not forgetting XMAS
For resercations, see your mae Le Riad Call: Ralph Beard, Lower
, Bay Street. 25.10.51—3n
Travel Agent or 7 [TED
WORLD'S HELP
ame oe oe nee GENTLEMEN—T wo (2) Gentlemen

Sate (white) to share double room and board.

21.10.51—3n



Apply in person to

3 Lodge Stone Works,
Lodge Hill, St. Michael.

24.10.51—2n

TEACHER—For “Naparima College’.
Wanted at the beginning of the school
year, January 1952, University graduate
master qualified to teach French up to
end including Higher School Certificate
grade. Monthly Salary—$200—10—250
with maximum of 275 for graduate with
High School Teacher's Diploma, Starting
salary determined by teaching experience .
Apply with references. Principal, Napar-
ima College, San Furnando, Trinidad.

25.10.51—6n

MISCELLANEOUS

PAN AMERICAN

WORLD AIRWAYS

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CABIN TRUNK — In good condition.
2032. 25.10.51—3n

WANTED TO RENT
Seaside House on the Crane Coast for
month of November. Ring 4893.
21.10.51--t.f.n

order TODAY from

shipment



NEW SHIPMENT—





WANTED TO RENT

Senside House on the Crane Coast for
the month of November. Ring 4893, or
Ring 3113, lan Gale. 21,10,51—t.f.n.

PUBLIC NOTICES

Ten cents per agate tine on week-days

The President and Members of the
AARKONS MYSTIC CLUB

Remind you of their

DANCE

at the Drill Hall
















ON
aah nf 12 cents per agate ing on Sundays,
,- ® y
SAUNA ee ‘nintynum charge $1.80 on week-days
: and $1.80 on Sundays
Music by Mr. Clevie Gittens
Orchestra
SUBSCRIPTION — 4/- NOTICE
Dancing 9-3. o—o Admission by The Estate of

MARGARET ANN JONES,

deceased,

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that al)
persons having any debt or claim against
the Estate of Margaret Ann Jones who
died in this Island on the 29th day of
October, 1950 are hereby required to
send particulars of theif claims duly at-
tested to the undersigned, in care of
Mesoers. Cottle, Catford & Co., No. 17,
High Street, Bridgetown, Solicitors,

invitation
23.10, 51—4n







: The Barbados Aquatic
; Club

NOVICE TO MEMBERS







among the parties entitled thereto hav-
jing regard only to such claims as we
shall then have had notice of, and we
will not be Hable for the assets or any
part thereof so distributed to any person

@
} Notice is hereby given that
, in accordance with Rule 8
the Club will be closed to
§
4
/

Members on FRIDAY,

October 26th from 7.30 of whose debt or claim we shall not have
‘ , “4 ; f K ik had notice.
i o’clock p.m., or nocK~ And all persons indebted to the said
* Out Water Polo Finals and estate are requested to settle their in-
) Dance idebtedness without delay.
4} 2. arder af the Committee Dated this 27th day of September, 1951
) by order of the Com ’ VIOLET VERONA JONES,
4 E. P. SPENCER, PRINCESS LOUISE JONES

Secretary. of the Will of

decd

| Margaret Ann Jones
‘



BARBADOS ADVOCATE



PUELIC SALES

Ten cents per ayate tine nm week-day:
and 12 cents per agate line on Sundays,
charge $1.50 on week-days
and $1.80 on Sundays

W.I. Regiment
To Be Reactivated

(From Our Owe Serrespondent)

GEORGETOWN, Oct. 18
|



Plans are well under consider-
ation for the re-activation of the
— West Indies R
and it is hoped that proposals for
its establishment will be prt into

action This was by Brigadier

A. Coslly F, Jackson, Command-
ing Officer of the Caribbean
Forces who arrived here yesterday
for the first time to inspect ‘the
Local Forces. If the Caribbean
aoe ot = Self-Govern-
ment it now clamours for, said
the C. O., then one of the most
important phases will be that o!
self-defence. Such self-defence,
he added, would naturally be the
fee:| TeSponsibility of a military or-

ganisation like a B.W.I. Regiment.
It would be necessary he also!
pointed out to get a foree com-
prised of local people from among
whom, so long as th were of
merit, selections would be made
for Commissions. There was to
be no colour bar, selections being
based primarily on merit.

The Brigadier could not say
definitely whether the proposals
would become a reality as the
question of finance had. to be con-
sidered. If established, however,
he assured that the could
then be followed by West Indians
as a career. He hoped something
would soon be done about it, as!
the matter has been under ac ive
consideration for some time.

18 Killed By
Methyl Alcohol

ATLANTA, Oct 23.

Eighteen persons were killed
and two others in a critical con-
ee Tuesday after drink-
ng eg liquor composed of
methyl aleohol and water.

All but one of the fatalities
were negroes. The Grady Hos-
pital’s cmergency facilities was
taxed to the limit by what was
termed the city’s worst case of!
ynass ‘poisoning Gn_ institution's
records,

The hospital had twelve vic-
tims in bed for treatment of the

——

Lovely House with 3 bedrooms and all
modern conveniences at Rockley, Graeme
Hall Terrace, Dayrell’s Road, All of
stone construction.

One large “House! with App :

REAL ESTATE |
|

sq. ft. of land at Navy Gardens: Very
— for a large family as a lovely
ome.

One jarge stone building, divided into
3 large Flats: Also out buildings easily
convertible into small Flats: standing
on App. 40,000 sq. ft. of land: Within
% mile of Bridgetown
locality.

One large spot
Gibb's, St. Peter. App. 5 acres, excellent
building sites overlooking the sea. Also
Spots of land at Maxwell, Ch. Ch.

For further particulars Phone B. A.
BROOKS at 8335, leave your Number ang
I will contact you. 23.10.51—4n

in excellent
of land situated at



cation to the tenant.
will be set up to public competition at
our office on Friday, the 26th of October,

1951.
CARRINGTON & SEALY.

9.10.51—6n.

No. 60, Roebuck Street. A stone wall
dwelling house and business place stand-
the

The above property will be offered for



ing on 2932 square feet of land. The
bettom Floor is used as a Grocery and
Hardware department and the two floor
as a Residence,

For inspection apply on the premises
any day except Sundays between
hours of 12 to 5.

sale to public competition at our office
a Street on Friday 26th October
al p.m.
For further particulars and conditions
of sale, Apply to—
HUTCHINSON & BANFIELD,
Solicitors, James Street.



13.10.51—7n





60 Shares BARBADOS FIRE EINSUR-
ANCE LIMITED.

Preference Shares PLANTATIONS
LIMITED.

Share PLANTATIONS LIMITED.
Shares THE BAKBADOS ICE CO.,

FACTORY
‘TED

59 Shares BARBADOS FOUNDRY
LIMITED.

£1,300 oN amamesll (BARBADOS)

3% 5
400 £1 JAMAICA PUBLIC SERVICE
5% PREFERRED SHARES.
These shares will be set up at public
suction at the Office of Messrs. Carring-
on Friday,

130

S$ 8

ton & Sealy, Lucas Street,
26th October, 1951 at 2 p.m,

CARRINGTON & SEALY.
25.10.51—1n.





The undersigned will offer for sale by

Public Competition at the office of Messrs|sftey effects © from sonsumi:
Cottle Catford & Co., No. 17 High Street, : SS on ee.
Bridgetown, on Friday the 2th day of|lethal highballs. Seventeen per-

sons were admitted for treatment
Tuesday. All but two were re-
leased after their stomachs were
pumped out. Two victims were
dead on arrival.

Others were brought in yes-
terday and last night as they

October, 1951 at 2 p.m.

ALL THAT parcel of land containing
by admeasurement One rood Thirteen
perches situate at Chalky Mount in the
parish of Saint Andrew, Together with the
chettel dwellinghouse thereon which was
formerly used as the residence of the
Head Teacher of the Chalky Mount





School,
"a G. B. EVELYN, were seized by nausea and the
King's Solicitor (Ag.)|} blindness that accompanies

23,10.51—3n methyl poisoning.
Survivors of the poison drink
AUCTION spree said they — paras
oacieeumnel’ beniniin Tea ki See. eaeo . DOctlemeers, ‘our
UNDER THE DIAMOND persons have been booked on
HAMMER suspicion including one of the
victims who staggered into the
1 HAVE BEEN instructed by Mr. J.| hospital with abdominal cramps

St. Hill to sell by auction on the spot
on Thursday next the 25th October at
2 o'clock, parts of his house at Tweed-
side Road, Carrington’s Village, It is a
shop 1x10 wits ched and a house 20x12.
Bui co be removed. Terms cath.
D'Arcy A. Scott, Auctioneer.
20.10.51—4n.

Need To Resist U.S.

HONG KONG, Oct, 22.

Chinese Communists prepared
to talk peace but their broadcasts
stressed an intensified war.

Peiping Radio said the entire
nation is preparing to celebrate
the first anniversary of Commun-
ist China’s entry into the Korean
war October 25, with a mass dis-
play ot patriotic fervour and a
renewed pledge to fight “Ameri-
can aggressors.”

Vice Premier Kuo Mojo said the
“donation drive” since June has
netted sufficient funds to buy 2,481
planes for the Korean front and
added “There is no phase of our
national life in which the cam-
paign to resist American aggression
and aid Korea is not a prime
factor.”

—UT.

GOVERNMENT: NOTICE

REGULATIONS FOR BRITISH COUNCIL
SCHOLARSHIPS

1. The British Council offers scholarships to overseas students,
tenable at Universities and other educational institutions in the Unite i
Kingdom.

2.
ready successfully completed university degree courses or who have
equivalent professional qualifications.

and swollen eyes.

Attorneys for those held said
innocent pleas would be entered
on the grounds that the whisky
was bought from a_ wholesale

of its lethal contents. The whisky
cost 50 cents a pint, one of those
treated said, UP

Truck Drivers Halt
Milk Delivery In U.S.

NEW YORK, Oct, 24.

Truck drivers’ strike halting de-
livery of fresh milk to some
12,000,000 persons in three states
was called on Wednesday by five
locals of the International brother-
hood of teamsters A.F.L. Mayor
Vincent Impellitteri called the
walkout a “menace to the health
and welfare of millions”, A Union
spokesman said the walkout halts
some 5,000 trucks which
make home and store deliveries.
Areas affected include New York
City, Long Island parts of Con-
necticut and northern New ae:





eet neediness





ing attachment to industrial firms, hospitals, and non-academic institu-

tions. .It should be noteti that facilities for postgraduate study in music { :

and art are very limited and are not comparable to those that exist
for candidates in other subjects. Preference is given to candidates
between 25 and 35 years of age.

3.

approved course of study, a

4. A full scholarship is intended to cover all expenses of main-
tenance and study, and includes fares, fees, personal maintenance, a
grant for books and apparatus of £10 per annum and approved travel-
ling expenses in the United Kingdom. The maintenance allowance
varies between £25 and £35 monthly, according to the seniority of
the scholar and the place in which he is studying. Where scholars are
in a position to do so, they are expected to contribute’ to the cost.

5.
Council Representatives overseas.

6. Conditions of Tenure.

(a) A scholar must spend the whole of his scholarship period
in the United Kingdom and must undertake to return to
his own country at the end of this time.

(b) A scholar may not take paid employment without the
consent of the Council, which will be granted only in
exceptional cases.

(c) A scholar must follow the course of study approved by
the Council and abide by the rules of the University or
other institution in which he is placed. ‘

(d) Scholars may not bring their wives or families with
them to the United Kingdom.

7. Method of Application.

Further information and application forms may be obtained from
the British Council. ‘Wakefield’, Whitepark Road.

These application forms must be completed and returned with
supporting documents before the 16th November, 1951.

Candidates recommended by the local selection committee wil!
be required to supply five (5) sets of all documents and a medical
certificate of fitness.

A candidate who has previously applied for a scholarship must
make his second application in full.

8. Method of Selection.

A local selection committee will consider applications from resi-
dents in Barbados. The final selection will be made by the British
Council in London from among those on the short list

25 51

10 3n

Ithey get paid for the two weeks,

outlet and retailers did not know/|to





The awards are mainly for men and women who have al- 5 "

Applications will, however, | §

be considered from candidates requiring less academic courses -ouberied M,

The scholarships are normally for one academic year of 10)
months or for two academic years, according to the duration of the | %

; ‘
. § 65656000 OO CCO CS POPOVIOODOPSOV GOOG OOOO LE: Lest
eos PELE ESL SEA PPLE LEP

MR. PLANTER ..

Hoe you yet given fall thought to your
â„¢RANSITORT REQUITEMENTS for the
COMING CROP?

Scholarships are awarded only on the recommendation of the |

——

THE AGREEMENT IS
A MASTERPIECE

—-SAYS BRYAN

A Political Meeting was held at ,of their kind.

Laynes Gap, Brittons Hill, last/people support the rich and let

night by the Barbados Labour{the poor people support their

Party in Support of the candi-jown.”

@ature of Mr. M. E. Cox and Mr,

T. O. Bryan for the parish of| He made a_ special appeal to

St. Michael. Women. He has been convinced

. from the beginning that the

Mr. Bryan said that the last}women are going to swing this

tim2 he svoke %& them was injelection one way or another,

1948. He thanked them for the the

support they had given him and

Mr, Cox,

I say, let the rich

next candidate,
told of some of the work done by

Courtesy In The Air

When H.R.H. Princess Elizabeth
and the Duke of Edinburgh re-
cently flew from Engiand to Can-
ada on board a B.O.A.C, Strato-

cruiser commanded by Captain
Oo. P. Jones, on arriving over
Gander Aijirport, Newfoundland,

their aircraft was No. 2 to land.

Suddenly, however, Captain
Jones saw the four-engined air-
liner ahead of him change course
and circle off to the north, and at
he same time the Traffic Control-
ler at the airport told him that ne
was now first to land.

The other aircraft proved to be
Princess Margriet,” a K.L.M.
DC-6 carrying the Persian Prime
Minister, Mr. Mossadeq, and his
delegation from Teheran to New

also for the confidence they had|the Party and said: “We are] York.

in the Barbados Labour Party. |determined fo make the _ Pine After landing at Gander the
He said that St. Michael was a | anothe' Belleville or George}P.O.A.C. Captain thanked his

metropolitan parish therefore it | Street.” K.L.M. colleague, Captain Bik,

was not necessary to give them
an outline of the work that had
been done for the parish in the
House of Assembly. He supposed
that in passing it would not be
amiss to refer to a few happenings.

“The Barbados Labour Party
has built itself a record of which
it can be proud”, he said.

He said that the Barbados
Workers Union put over a master-
piece of work in the sugar agree-
ment signed by the Barbados
Werkers Union and the Sugar
Producers Association. The Bar-
bados Labour Party, having
foremost in their minds e
welfare of the people, has pro-
ceeded along such lines as price
control and subsidation. He said
that if they would for a moment
compare the prices of essential
commodities in Barbados with the
prices of these commodities in the

B.W.I. Sugar
Imports

LONDON.

more than twice as much
from the British West: Indies

don. Imports from British Guian
however, were off slightly.

August totalled 57,983 tons,

For the first eight

U.K. Doubles Aug.

The United Kingdom imported
sugar
in
August as it did in August, 1950,
according to the latest Board ot
Trade returns published in Lon-
a,

U.K. imports of B.W.I. sugar in
as
against 24,930 tons in August, 1950.[
months of the] \
year, the total imported from the

for unis courteous gesture in allow-
ing the plane with the Royal pas-
sengers to take precedence.

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ey Will find & Nast difference. }260,637 tone in the correspondini jin ‘ang Sacbades November Sth
peric oO 90, I addition to general cargo this
Relax With Pay Wri vessel has araple space for chilled and

hile British Guiana’s sugar}iercd fren cargo,

They had managed to get holi- | exports to Britain were down tree Cargo accepted on through Bills of
days with " Th. Pass A . 50, t Loading for transhipment at Trinidad to
ay} ' pay. is means that] 2,599 tons in ugust, 1950, ©lbv.tish Guiana, Leeward end Windward

2,574 tons in August this year

the workers do mot only get two
figure for the eight-month peri

weeks holiday for relaxation but
“This is unique throughout the | tons.
length and breadth of the British
Commonwealth.” He invited them
take « walk to the Belfield,
Pine @& Bay housing areas and
“what ycu will find?”

“You will find comfortable
houses with water etc. and the

Cuban
in August,

imports of
67,341 tons

suger,
1950,

the
rd

was up from 51,215 tons to 54,474

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to
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or more than three times the total!

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COURT OF ORIGINAL
JURISDICTION

Judgment for $110 was given-by
Judge G. L. Taylor in the suit of
Bulkeley Ltd., St. George versus



Jim O’Neale of Harmanyille,
Christ Church at the Court of
Original Jurisdiction yesterday.
Bulkeley Limited brought a claim
against O'Neale for $110, saying it
was due and owing by hiny for

work done by them or theif ser-
vents or agents at his request.

The work was done on August—

29, and September 1 and -2—last
year. The nature of the work Was
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He sometimes wondered if
people have ever given a thought
to the progress of Barbados from
the slave days to the present day.

Terrorist Killed

SINGAPORE, Oct. 24

A man believed to be one of the

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GODDARD MOVES OVER
TO FASTER WICKETS

(By FRANK

MARGAN)
SYDNEY, Oct, 24.

THE WEST INDIES CRICKETERS have been practic-
ing “secretly” in Sydney before the official start of their
Australian tour in Newcastle on Friday. The team follow-
ing the direction of Captain Goddard, have forsaken the
famous Sydney cricket ground practice pitches for those

of Cranbrook College, priva

Barbados Wins
Swettenham
Trophy

The results of the Swettenham
Cup, 1951, have just been received
from the British Guiana Rifle
Association, who control the com-
petition that Barbados has won
the Swettenham Cup for 1951.
Barbados won it in 1950 with tne
score of 767. Barbados has there-
fore won the Martinez Shield and
the Swettenham Cup, 1951, and
bh team will be leaving on Sunday

4th November, 1951, to compete
in Trinidad as a_ shoulder to
shoulder Competition for the
Anchor Cup. If Barbados win

the Anchor Cup, 1951. they would
have won all of the Intercolonial
Cups shot for within the Crrib-
been in 1951.

The results of the Swettenham
Cup are as follows:—

First — Barbados Ritle
ASsociation

Lie ek Ne te ks
Mr, McKinstry, T. G. .......
Capi. Neblett, C. EB. ........ 98
et REID oe Be alee heen vy
Mr,Roberts, T. AJL. ........
Mr, deVerteuil, M, R. .......
Major Walcott, O. F.C. ......
Capt, Warner, C. R. E. .





te suburban boys’ school.

Although Goddard has given no
official reason for the switch it is
believed to have been made with
the intention of keeping the real
strength of the touring side a
secret. Goddard is believed to be
concerned over the number of
spectators including many Austra-
lian Testers who watched the
team practice on the Sydney
Cricket Grounds nets last week.

Owing to the presence of the
spectators Goddard did not give
his men a real workout but moved
to Cranbrook, Another reason
for the wicket’s change is that the
Cranbrook pitches are much faster
than the S.C.G. wickets.

Most Australian critics agreed
that fast Australian pitches com-
bined with the speed bowling off
Lindwall and Miller may mean the
difference between a Test victory
and defeat,

Star spinners Valentine and
Ramadhin—already regarded with
some awe by Australians who
have seen them in action in two
“picnic” matches—also need prac-
tice on faster Australian wickets
after the English season,

The Ferguson Headache

The performance of slow leg-
spinner chunky Ferguson in two
“picnic” matches gave the West
Indies selectors a headache. he-
garded as the team’s “third string”
spinner Wilfred bowled splendidly
in Saturday’s Ferguson testimonial
and again versus the Prime Min-
is.er’s Eleven talking seven for
94. His “bag” included the wick-



765 ets of Test batsman Neil Harvey,
Second--British Guiana Rifle 1950 Austratian and = captain
Association Lindsay Hassett. So far however
WR Bea Su Boss nde os 100 Ferguson's inclusion in the side
Bers OE SNe ee o's 98 for the first Test seems doubtful.
Mr. Wight, M. A, .......... 97 Ferguson also distinguished
Mr,..Alleyne, F. H. ......... 96 himself in other fields, With
ee Ms Ma vis brivis sages 94 Walcott who gained much publici-
Mr. Greathead, H. B. ........ 92 ty through his aptitude for sleep-
Mr. Cyril, W. S, ............ 1 ing anywhere at anytime
Mr.- Smith, D. B. .... 66.45 86 Ferguson has taken all the lime-
_.— light in the off-field activities of
754 the West Indies team.
During the North Sydney Oval
Third — Jamnica Rifle testimonial match to benefit the
iation veteran scorer Bill Ferguson, Wil-
fred spent 30 minutes acquiring
Mr. Shaw, N. H. ........... 95 the reputation “King of the Kids”
Mr. Cridland, B. N, .......- 94 jy signing nearly 150 schoolboys’
Mr. Waddington, G. E, ...... 92 autographs.
Mr. Saunders, A, .,...-..55; 91 Ferguson gained further prom-
Mr. Machado, B. .......... 90 jnence due to his liking for Wild
TP; BROOO Ta i eee ey 89 West magazines.
Major Paterson, F. L. ....... 89
My, Cocking, S. E. .......... 86
726

Trinidad and Br. Honduras did
not shoot.

Dr. Qyril Gittens
Back On T'dad
Track

(From Our Own Correspondent)
PORT-CF-SPAIN, Oct. 24.
Dr. Cyril who some time back
was warned off. the Turf track
after a prolonged litigation will
once again feature in the Christ-
mas race meeting for 1952. His
horses will sport the old time
colours of cerise, blue and white.
The doctor will race Dormay
and Nefari two three-year-old
thoroughbreds, which will be
trained by Mr. Joe Herrera who
for years was attached to Gittens
stables. He leaves the United
Kingdom on December 1 and will
arrive in time ur the meeting,

Inter-Club Tennis

In the Inter-Club tennis
matches which were played be-
tween’ Belleville and Cable anc
Wireless, Belleville won four o
the.matches and Cable & Wireless
none. Qne match was left unfin-
ished.

The results are :—

Men’s Singles





W. Crichlow vs. VY. Roach: 6—3,

4—6, unfinished.
Meu’s Doubles

E. P. Taylor and J. B. Trimming-
ham beat J. Lawless and E. R.
Atkinson 8—0, and also beat G.
D.
Lawless and D. E. Worme beat J.
Lawless and E. R. Atkinson 8—2
also beat G. Gilkes and. B.

Gilkes and B. Frost 8—0.

and
Frost 3—1,
Today's matches

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Country Play
City Sunday

Guy Kirton of St. Barnaba# C.C.
who scored his third century in
B.C.L. games a week ago will be
among the batsmen of the City
Division playing against the Coun-
try Division on Sunday next at
Bank Hall. Kirton has been kept
out of these games through an
injured finger.

In. the Country Division Clair-
monte DePeza who top scored with
60 for the Country team in the
first game has turned in 63 for his
club, St. John Baptist in their last
Leeward Division game.

In the first of the games the
Country lead the City on the first
innings but the City selectors have
made several changes in the team
with a view to wresting the hon-
ours from the Country team,

Those taking part in this gare

Pa
?. City Xi E. Reece (Capt), G.
‘Kirton, K. Goddard, D, Crick, G.
Sobers, M. Hope, ©. Chandler,
C. Rudder, T. Hinds, Harewooa,
S. Lashley and J. Blackett.
Country; XE: O. Graham (Capt.),
C. Deveza, L. Walcott, V. Todd,
*, Blackman, E. Browne, H. Millar,
BE. dshaw, I. Bourne, G. Sobers,
V. Belle and O. Russell.
Play commences at 12.30.



rials Postponed

(From Our Own Correspondent)

PORT-OF-SPAIN, Oct. 24
Owing to weather conditions
the first trials in the Intercolonial
Yachting series in Trinidad be-
tween Trinidad and Barbados was
called off. The Barbados crews
with their boats have landed
safely.

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Archer May Be
In Against W.I.

SYDNEY.

Another headache for the Aus-
tralian selectors when they are
about to choose an opening bats-
man for the first Test against the
West Indies ig the fact that Ken
Archer scored a century on the
first day of the new cricket
season,

Archer, who is 23, was omitted
last February in the only test
England won. Ken Archer’s most
prominent rival as opener of the
Australian innings with left-
hander Arthur Morris is Sydney
Barnes, 35-year-old veteran, who
has shown good form since his
come-back.

Quite contrary to Archer's
cautious batting last season, he
showed the selectors on Saturday
his fine stroking. With fluent
drives, he scored 104 of Queens-
land’s 174 against New South
Wales. Archer was fourth out
when he was caught hooking
pacer Ray Lindwall. Lindwall
took three of five wickets on an
easy paced wicket

7
Indians Play
e,? »
British Guiana
(From Our Own Correspondent)
GEORGETOWN, Oct. 24.

A Combined British Guiana and
Trinidad East Indian Cricket team
will play a four-day match
against the British Guiana colony
side at G.C.C. ground on Novem-
ber 1 to 4 commencing at 11.30
a.m. each day.

The B.G, colony team is J. L.
Thomas (Capt.), G. A. Camacho,
G. Gibbs, Leslie Wight, Norman
Wight, I. Jordan, L. Jackman, B.
Patoir, H. Dyer, V,. Rodney, J.



Allen with S. Seaforth, Neville be

Thomas reserves.

B.G. end Trinidad are meeting
in the Kawall Cup Final which
is beginning on Saturday.





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Total Rhinfall for Month to
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- Education System

Attacked —

ELECTORS ASSOC°ATION _ candidates

for St,

Michael for the coming Gen@ral Elections, Mr. Vincent
Griffith and Mr. A. R. Toppin, attacked the Government's

“horrid educational system of age g

annuation,”

Carrington’s Village last

when the Association held a meeting

and super-
in

night. Mr. Vincent Griffith

who was brought on to the loudspeaker when the crowd
began to get noisy and stones were being thrown, told
the people, “I will fight this question of age grouping and
superannuation until my dying day.”

He said that it seemed that this
election was being fought as a
eclour issue and the idea was
being fostered that because a man
was coloured voters would give
him their votes. “But I ask you
in these serious times when you
need strong men to guide your
affairs, to look at the question
dispassionately and vote for a man
for his substantial work.”

Strong Men >

_ The ever increasing ¢ost of
living could be lowered by stop-
ping from buying from the sterl-
ing area. They were paying too
much to Great Britain who were
buying from Canada and _ other
places and then selling to .Bar-
bados. Faced with this they shad
to realise that Barbados wanted
strong men in the House of
Assembly who would not pander
with the British but would be
decisive as to the people’s rights.

With regard to education, he
said that the old system of educa-
tion was much better than the
system that was being practised
then. He mentioned an instance
of a boy who was superannuated
and whose father had to send him
to Grenada to continue his educa-
tion. This boy, he said, had sub-
sequently made good.

“Is it not a crime of the most
collossal magnitude,” he asked “if
a child born in Barbados has to
be sen: to Grenada to be .ed4u-
cated?”

Before age grouping was start-
ea, there should be compulsory
education. If parents did not
have food to give the children
under such a system, Government
should provide the food.

There should he more accom-
modation, too. He remembered
being at the last St. Giles’ Prize
Giving Day when ihe headmaster
said the seboek registered over 800
boys and told the parents that he
was told by the Education De-
partment he would have to turn
back some of the children. It was
a shame that such should happen
in Barbados. And with this, he
said, there is yet talk against the
great number of make shift pri-
vate schools which were coming
to life, talk against the standard.
“Right was not done by the flood
victims,” he said. “Before Bar-
bados could be falsely generous
to Antigua, St. Lucia and Ja-
maica we should be generous to
those at home.”

He said that the Labour Wel-
fare Fund should not be paid
back in full, but the people should

given a third of that money
free.

Mr. Griffita ended up on the
note that more jobs were wanted
for Barbadian youths and jubs
had to be found. His appeal, he
said, was chiefly to ine women
to the policemen wives,,to the
shop assistants.

Mr, A. R, Toppin recalled io
the people how they had acted
nobly by him at the last elections
and he was looking forward to
their support again. He had ab-
solutely nothing againsp the
Labour Party, he said. It would
be stupid for him to say tha the
Labour Party had done ing
for Barbados, nothing good. But
on the other hand they had not
done all that they could have
done and with the push «with
which they could have dong it.
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Christmas is the General
Post. Office and in Barbados this
is no exception. As the great
day approaches thousands of
people pass through the G.P.O
in the Public Buildings caily to
buy stamps and post Christmas
eards wishing their friends both
home and ovérseas “All the Best
for the Coming Season.” This
means more work for all hands
at the Post Office.

The Colonial Postmaster told
the Advocate yesterday that the
staff would be required to work
overtime and other preparations
were well in hand for the hand-
ling of the Christmas rush, which
ranges from the selling of stamps
to the posting and despatching
of letters, packages, posta! orders
ete., with all possible speed.

Three additional
G.P.O. have already been taken
on; two more will come on at
the beginning of next month
and three more clerks at the be-
ginning of December. By De-
cember 1st therefore there will
be eight additional clerks at

=n
G.P.O. Besides this, there :
|

clerks

be staff increases among stamp
sellers, porters and postmen as
socn as pressure in these depart-
ments is felt

At present there are
stamp sellers at G.P.O. and pro-
vision has been made for 4
fourth to be added at the be-
ginning of December, providing
an eight hour selling service. A
stamp selling booth has been
added at the Southern end of the
G.P.0. building «together with
posting facilities.

The new Welches Post Office |
will help relieve the congestion
at the G.P.O. as residents in that
area and its surrounding dis~ |
tricts will be able to make use|
of this new service.

U.N : Celebrates
6th Anniversary

PARIS, Oct. 24

French Foreign Minister Robert
Schuman handed the U.N. Secr2-
tary General Trygve Lie the sym-
bolic galden key to the interno-
tional territory where the world
body will open its sixth General
Assembly next month.

The ceremony marked “United |
Nations Day” the sixth anniver-|
sary of the day the U.N. Charter
became effective.

Flanked by U.N., French and ;
foreign diplomatic officials for the |
brief ceremony, Schuman asked |
for the re-establishment of conti- |
dence among nations.”



He said: ‘“‘We hope the choice of
Paris as the seat of the sixth
session of the U.N. Assembly wil
be justified by favourable weather
conditions and that the peace of |
Christmas will inspire the dele- |



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Kgyptian Batteries

Fire On Israelites
PILOTS BOYCOTT

BRITISH

IN MED SOURCES said that

batteriés
Egyptian
them to w

SHIPS

CAIRO, Oct. 25.
Egyptian coastal

d opened fire on Istaeli patrol vessels héar
Gaza in Southern Ba
The shooting

ether and forced
ed about 125

miles northeast OF the tense Suez Canal Zone and brought
new anxiety to the troubled Middle Bast. \<) 6. 5 <

The sources said that

blazed forth when the Israeli
Egyptian territorial waters.

the Egyptian edastal guns

coastal patrol enteYéed

SUEZ PORT CRIPPLED!



Egypt banned all Anti-British demonstrations and
threatened drastic penalties for any recurrence of bloody
battles between rioters and police. At the same time the
Egyptian Government ordered its officials in the Suez

Canal Zone to follow a

programme of rigid non-cooper-

ation with British forces there.
The order was issued in defiance of the British threat
to invoke “severe measures” against striking Egyptian

workers. The port of Suez

the walkout of Egyptian dock workers.

has been partly crippled by
Tn addition

Egyptian canal pilots have paralysed ship movements at
the port by refusing to guide vessels with British military

equipment.

traffic to

ritain on Wednesday modified her clamp down on
let 250 oil trucks go through from th

& Suez to

Cairo. Egyptian officials said most of the rail traffic in
the Canal area still was banned and road traffi¢ moved

under tight restrictions.
ptian informants said oil
trucks were let through after
British officials of the Shell Oil
Company said that oil installa-
tions at Suez would be damaged
if they had to shut off,

Strong forces of Egyptian
police fired on crowds in Alex-
andria yesterday. They flung
tear gas to, bréak up démonstra-
tors who paraded before the
Russian legation in Cairo and
shouted: “Give us arms to fight
the Britons,” One demonstrator
was reported killed in Alexan-
dria yesterday.

Interior Minister Faud Seragel
Din Pasha sternly said Govern-
ment will take the strongest
measures against these trouble-

; ed

makers,

demonstrations after rioting
broke out two weeks ago in the
wake of Egypt’s denunciation
of its treaties with Britain.

Independent Cairo newspaper

Al Ahram said Government has
ordered the privately operated
Suez Canal Company to bar all



SUDAN MAY
SCRAP TREATY

ships from the Canal unless they
have permission to go through
from the Egyptian administra-
tion,

(C.P, and U.P.)

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WITH EGYPT’ | \£C Issue Unusual

KHARTOUM, October 24

Egypt’s heavy handed attempt
to unite the Nile Valley by abro-
gation of the Suez ana Sudanese
treaties may «boomerang if move-
ments going ahead in Khartoum
are fully developed.

Egypt’s main interest in the
Sudan is the water of the mighty
Nile River but her disregard of
Sudanese opinion is having the
worst possible effect.

Sayed Mohammed Ahmed Abul]_

Sin, member of the Sudan Execu-
tive Council has proposed to the
Sudanese Government to answer
Egypt's treaty abrogation by ig-
noring the 1929 Nile waters agree-
ment and simply taking as much
water as the Sudan needs.

The Sudan legal assembly meets
on Thursday and will take up the
ordinary member motion proposing
that the Sudan take as much water
as she needs because her present
annual quota is too small to permit
adequate agricultural development.

Under the 1929 agreement Egypt
is permitted to take 92.3 per cent.
of the annual Nile flow and the
Sudan only 7.7 per cent.

But the Sudan agrees not to take’

more water than is necessary for
human needs from April 1 to July
21, In facet, from January to July
the Sudan uses only water stored
from floods not touching the flow
and actually uses only two per
cent. of the annual flow.

—U-P.

Arrowsmith Gets
Post In Basutoland

(From Our Own Correspondent)
GRENADA, Oct. 24.

Hon. E. P. Arrowsmith Admin-
istrator of Dominica since 1946 has
been appointed Resident Commis-
sioner of Basutoland and will as-
sume his new duties early next
year it was officially announced
here,

Born 1909, educated at Chelten=
ham College and Trinity College,
Oxford, Arrowsmith first served as
Distriet Commissicner cf Bechu-
analand 1932 then held a similar
post in the Turks and, Caicos
islands,

————— A SA NR
TO-DAY’S WEATHER
CHART

Sunrise: 5,49 a.m.

Sunset: 5.50 p.m.

Moon: Last Quarter, Octeber

22

Lighting: 6.00 p.m.

High Tide: 12.37 p.m.

Low Tide: 6.09 a.m., 6.43
} nm



A a ETT

Warning

NEVADA. Oct. 24.

The United States Atomic En-
ergy Commission issued an un-
usual warning to aircraft, leading
to speculation that a rehearsal of
the planned atomic bomb blast
will be held between 4 a.m, and
noor E.S.T.

A.E.C. issued the warning
through Aeronautics Administra-
tion banning aircraft from certain
airways the civil nearFrenchman’s
Flat, atomic testing site and be-
tween Las Vegas and Albu-
querque, New Mexico. we



Gompleted

Prime Minister Sidney Holland
to-day asked the House of Repre-
eect ee ah try to cram too
much inte. tinerary for next,
year's visit by Princess Blzaberh
and the Duke of Edinburgh.

Holland said the itinerary can-

aot be completed until the Royal
couple returns from Canada.
Holland said Princess Margaret
who was to have accompanied
the King and Queen on their pro-
posed visit would have made
poereee side trips,
| She will not accompany the
| Princess and the Duke.
| Wi — President Tru-
Man stressing his efforts for world
peace told the National Guard
Association that a third world war
“would practically be the eng of
civilization,”

He added “And I think every-
one around would appreciate
that.”

Patis — Monsignor Maurice
|Feltain, Archbishop of Paris ‘said
memorial services for the late ex-
| Marshat Henri Philippe Petain
will be held as planned despite
widespread protests from veteran
groups.

New York — The Financial re-
wort of the American and Foreign
Power company said “negotiations
are continuing for the sale of our
total investment in Argentina to
the national Government,



U.N. Tanks Pound

Kumsong
CENTRAL FRONT,
Uhited Nations tanks for the
third straight day continued to
pound the former Red supply
paint at pees ustunes ae
oO! ie city U.N, antrymen

force Jast Red doe

tempted to
8 fled LAT EET.
Kumsong the oon

their big guns, then ¢ontinued into
the valley just west of the city
where they killed an estimated 85
Chinese soldiérs entrenched in 24

bunkers which were destroyed.
Meanwhile infan en con-
tinued their push a an esti- |

mated 120 Chinese soldiers fight-
ing a last ditch defence on the
ridge line to the southenst of the
rewniniay alone Wee eobeel took
remaining along the centr A
United Nations officers said action
there was more of the “mopping
up. opétation” than the full-
fledged assault, and that the Allies
were attempting to clean Reds out
while experiencing the minimum
of casualties themselves, Ts

Arrundell Off
To St. Lucia

(From Our Own Correspondent)
GRENADA, Oct. 24.
The Governor left the colony
today for St. Lucia where he
will open the Legislature there.
Shortly he will be going on to
St. Vincent for a similar act be-
fore returning to Grénada, also
to attend the opening of the new
legislature.





Poster War Being |

Wag

ed In France

(By GEORGE SIBERA)

PARIS, Oct. 24.

AN INTENSIVE bill board poster war is being waged

by the Communist and An
in France.
“peace” propaganda, but 18

ti-Communist “peace” fighters

Communists long were unopposed in their

months ago a powerful force

appeared also fighting for peace but on Anti-Soviet lines.
‘o-day the poster war rages with undiminished fierceness
and many believe the Communists are losing points.

The man the French Communists
iate most and who brought about
he reversal is Jean Paul David,
+ under and Secretary General of
th. Paix and Liberate (Peace and
Fre‘dom) anti-Communist move-
men:

In plain colours and simple
words David's posters attack the
Communist sponsored “peace”
campaign. David’s movement is
financed by money gifts from anti-
Communist Frenchmen.

Answer To Red Propaganda

David Said: ‘I got the idea of
using posters and leaflets as the
most effective means of bringing
truth to millions of peoples when
I realised the havoc caused by
Communist peace propaganda
among war weary Frenchmen.

“In France Communists were
polling up to 30 per cent. in any
elections. The best method to fight
them is to
propaganda. But in the opposite
‘way, of course,”

When last spring the Communist
Party attacked the 18-month com-

pulsory military service, David
itsued_.a poster showing Europe
; divided by a huge iron eurtain
blistering with guns on the Soviet
iside and Stalin angrily shouting

wildered poorly

ta

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Mrs. V. Pandit To
Contest Elections

| WASHINGTON, Oct. 24

An Indian Embassy spokesman
said on Wednesday that Ambassa-
dor Vijay Pandit plans to return
/next month so that she can stand
for election to the Indian Parlia-
ment. She said that press reports
'from New Delhi that the Indian
Government has

plans to remain here until mid-
November. —U.P.



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TWO SOLOMON ISLANDERS, Sii
Parakoro (left), both taking .n

On Siaou (right) and Henry
"Ss, are ameng the many overseas
trainees from countries all over the world at the Hendon Police
Training School in England, instructor in the supposed
motor accident is Sgt. R. Wray, and the victim is Asst, Supt.
L. G. Rodriguez of the Trinidad Fivlive.— Expres

1,362 Candidates
Face Polls Today

FOR 625 SEATS IN U.K.

. , LONDON, Oct. 24,

ONLY 1,362 CANDIDATES, the smallest number in
years, are running for the 625 seats in the House of Com-
mons in to-morrow’s General Election. This sharp drop
in the number of candidates is due to the decision of Liberal
and Communist parties to contest only a few constituencies
Both parties lost a number of deposits last year—a candi-
date must forfeit £50 if he fails to poll at least one-eighth
of the total votes cast—and apparently felt that they could
not afford the same financial loss again,

* Labour has 613 candidates and
the Conservatives 612 this :














but the Liberals, who ran 475 can-

didates last year, have put up only

105 this time, and the Commun-

ists, who contested 100 seats last

year, have announced only 10 can-
idates,

Vote Labour

1 yee Then,
‘that The Communists have instructed

on Tuesday
their followers in the constituen-
Pally % its a aeeeek, oe which they are not contesting
t Pree wy & fabeer © vote for the Labour candidate.

Nine Independents, nine Nation-
alists, and four independent La-
bourites are also in the field, but
only one, W, J. Brown, who is run-
ning in Fulham West against the
Minister for National Insurance,
Dr. Edith Summerskill has any
chance of winning a seat. Four
seats already have been conceded

hospital refused to
@isclose the name of the
Goctor who performed the
operation or the name of the
tient. The hospital said
that the man expressed cur-

prise at the finding of the to Ulster Unionists who vote with
toothpicks claiming he never Winston Churchill's Conservatives,
used them. They are Sir Hugh O'Neill for
He recalled however hav- Nrth Antrim, Professor D. L.
ing been to a Thanksgiving Savory for South Antrim, Major
diner and consuming rf ne i, gy an lina 74
aptain illiam ellwood for

avantity of turkey and stuff- ; Londonderry.

he went to the
hospital it was believed that

At The Polls
he had appendicitis.—U.p

Neill becomes “Father of the,
f-House” having sat in the Commons
e since 1915. The polls



open on Thursday at 7.00 a.m. and
close in most places at 9.00 p.m.
although a few small constituen-
cies close earlier, A “bobby”
usually stands guard at each poll-
ing place. The ballot slips contain
the name and party affiliation of
each candidate and each voter
votes only for one man,

The counting starts at 10.00 p.m.
and the first results will be an-|
nounced about an hour tater, How-+
ever, only 300 odd constituencies
count the votes to-morrow night,
the remainder wait until 10.00
a.m. on Friday before going to
work. Thus, most trends are{
usually not available until about }
nocn the day after the election and
one party or another usually does
not reach a majority of seats until
‘4e evening after election day.

Reopen Peace
Talks Today

MUNSAN, Korea, Oct, 24

Allied and Communist negotia-
tors will reopen Korean armis-
tice talks on Thursday. They
will tackle the first knotty prob-
lem of where to establish a buf-
fer zone.

Five man delegations will meet
at Panmunjom, a roadside vil-
dage six miles east of Red held
Kaesong where the ceasefire
talks were suspended on Augus*
23 by the Reds,

Tomorrow's meeting is
duled to begin at 9 p.m. on
Wednesday S.T. Panmunjon | Bars are permitted to sell ateo-
now has the ‘appearance of car-| hel on election day, and mahy

Armistice activities are‘ have been given special permits to
housed in circus-like tents. Hugeystay open until 2.00 p.m. or 4.00
coloured balloons and — search-| p.m, on Friday, Usually, they must
lights in a ring around the con-|¢lose at 11.00 p.m.
ference area warn planes away
from the neutral zone.

Resumption of the Conference!
Talks was made possible ek
the Communists on Wednesday
ratified security ground rules
drafted by the United Nations
ahd Communist Liaison Officers.
The United Nations -had approv-
ed ground rules on ne oe



sche-

—U.P.



Elizabeth Will
Pay Visit To Kenya

LONDON, Oct, 24
Princess Elizabeth and the Duke!
of Edinburgh will visit Kenya
ree Sarly next year, Buckingham
Palace announced. The announce-
ment said the Royal Couple would

123 Killed In
4 fly directly from London to
Quakes Nairobi and after a visit of a few;

days will board S.S. Gothic at|
TAIPEH, Oct. 24 Monbassa for Ceyion where they!
‘Earthquakes were registered on| will make another visit en route,
‘Formosa again on Wednesday but} Court circles said the Princess,
the island remained calm. Violent!and Duke will not stop at Gibral-
and Aden as King
and injured |George had planned to do before
his trip had to be cancelled,
—UP.



123 persons
hundréds more
—U-P.

Conservatives Have 6—1

use the game peace!

\ LONDON, Oct. 24
The odds on a Conservative
victory in tomorrow's general
election rose to six to one this
| morning and most newspaper
pollsters predicted Conserva-
| tives woulc capture at least 50
per cent. of the votes,
Douglas Stuart, one of Lon-
biggest betting houses,
Conservative

don’

id the odds on a

vere Ye to one

yesterday. Party would be returned. 15
One day before the 1950 per cent. are still undecided.
election which gave Labour a
Six-seat majority in the 625 Twelve of those interviewed
member House of Commor in the poll conducted by the
Stuart was offering even mone; Conservative Daily Graphic did
Lord Beaverbrook’s Dally Ex- not even express 4 preference.
Press said that an eve of tt But of those who have decided
election poll showed 51 per cent how they. will vote 50 per cent
of persons thought Conse! é the ould support
tives would wir while or rchill nservative 43

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iselling beef to




Butlerites’
March On
Govt House

(From Our Own “orrespondent)

PORT-OF-SPAIN, Oct, 94.

Thousands of Butlerites from
all ovey Trinidad came te town
on Sunday and marched to Govy-
ernment House, calling upon His
Excellency Governor Rance and
his Government to “resign from ;
office.” ;

Led by Hon. Tubal Uriah Buzz!
Butler self-styled “Chief Servant
the Hons. Pope MeLean, Stephen



Maraj, A. E. James and itanjit |‘

Kumar the followers after listen-
ing to speeches in Port-of-Spain’:
local “Hyde Park" wended thei:
way through sweltering
midday = sun to Government
Hous®, where they demonstrated
their disapproval of the Governor
and his Cabinet for failing to
alleviate the cost of living against
“operation deportation” and
against the “Rance Administra-
tion.” Dr. Tito Achong former
Mayor of Port-of4Spain also
addressed the gathering. These
supporters carried brightly paint-
ed posters inscribed “The Rus-
sian’s R’s must Go”, “We Want
one penny more on every barre)
of oil”, Government Must Resign

Simee it Cannot Solve our Probs«| With permitting his officers in

lems Now” and so on,
Scores of policemen and spec-
ial reserve police dressed in steel

helmets were rushed to the
square before the crowd had
gathered. The doors of the Red
House were closed, and great
precaution was taken. At Gov-
ernment House, Col. Beadon
Commissioner of Police and a
full staff of officers and men,

were at hand to meet any situ-
ation that may have arisen, Ten-
sion was so great as evening grew
that even mounted policemen had
great difficulty in checking the
crowd,



ee

Saywell Gordon:
Guilty Of Murder

(From Our Own Correspondent)
PORT-OF-SPAIN Oct, 24.
Sentence of death was passe |
on Saywell Gordon aftey a 12
man jury deliberating for 40 min-
utes found him guilty of the
murder of Prisons Officer Oswald
de Freitag at Carrera on August
26 last. On being asked by the

Registrar whether he had any-
thing to say, Gordon in a smooth
and clear voice said: [
wish to thank Your Lord-
ship for the manner in which
you conducted this trial....1 am

prepared to Pay the penalty of
this erime, The Court has found
me guilty, and I ask for no sym-
pathy. To live in prison for 20
years—I know that death = is
preferable than such miserabl
existence, Man was never mack
to live like that. Even animal:
are allowed freedom and are tiec
in green pastures, where they can
graze and at the same time enjoys
Gcd’s fresh air. I am not allowed
such things.



500,000 Poutids

Beef For Troops

WASHINGTON, Oct, 24

The Army announced on Wed
nesday that it has purenase:
500,000 pounds of {Irish beef tu,
nélp overcome the shortage 07,
neat for its troops at home anc :
abroad, An Army spokesman
said beef was imported from Ire-
land by an American firm and
sold to the Army. The Army re-
cently went into world markets}
in, an effert to obtuin additional |

supplies of beef,

Its call for bids on 10,000,006
pounds of beef has been ignored |
by major American packers who
cleimed they would lose money
government at
ceiling prices.—U.P. |

|

Odds





per cent. other parties.

The Graphie reported 43 pet
cent. said the cost of living wa
the main influence in
decision as to how to vote, 18
per cent. said thé main influence
was housing, 17 per cent. said

full employment, 13 pet
prestige abroad 12

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‘Reds Set Up H.Q.
On Top Of World

(By HAROLD GUARD)

‘4

LONDON, Oct, 24.

COMMUNIST CHINA has established military -head-
quarters on the world rooftop at Lhasa, the capital of
Tibet, and already is sniping at areas further south,
according to responsible reports from Indian frontier*out-
posts. Indian Government agents in the Ladakh area bor-
dering Western Tibet, fugitives reaching the Gilgit area of
Northern Kashmir, and tribal traders at Kalimpong on the
Tibetan border have all reported that the Communists ave
speeding up their occupation of Tibet while the going is

good. Although | the reports gave
widely differing estimates of the
Communist military strength ff
Tibet, it was generally agi

that there is a Red garris

10,000 strong, .in Central Tibet
with its headquarters at Lhasa
and commanded by General Chr
ang Ching, Wu. ‘

he*



Summon oil
To

e .
Wash ngton d- Chita 'Gerieral,» Ghi-
: B u ang Ching Wu, was said to-have

about 700 Red. troops actually in
; TEHERAN, Oct 24. the capital at Lhasa, and -th®
Iran’s chef oil expert Kazer:|Dalai Lama's Government
Hassibi was summoned suddenly advisers “appeared to be agt’

Wednesday to Washington where able.”

ae Mohammed nee i al ; Pe
conferr yesterday with Si« *
rth bg ye on the British- Building Roads
"Nesalea. “Routes wroused| . Reports said that the Chinese
speculation here that Mossadegh Communist armies, helped by
might be preparing to re-open|Pro-Communist Tibetans — frem

negotiations with Britain. the Central Chinese Provinces
ist week he told the United| Were rapidly building roads lead-
Nations Security Council that}ing from Chambo in Eastern Ti-
iran would talk with Britain only {bet southwards towards the In-
about oil salés to her and <«.jdian and Burmese borders, and
sible repatria’ s to the Netion. westwards from Lhasa to Shigatse
alised Anglo-Iranian Oil Com-|®%d Gartek in Western Tibet,
pany’s British owners. Traders reported great confu-
Hassibi left by air today, He|Sion in currencies in Tibet, caus
is Under-Secretary of Finance |€4 by Red Chinese distribution



the principal architect of /Of silver dollars which were in
oc, rupee and Tibetan Tsang.
~O.P, Traders at Kalimpong said that
seotch whisky, bearing the trad-
ing label of a British department
*

Minister Accused available in Lhasa at be -

lent of $20.00 (U.S.) per bottle.

Of Aiding Bandits The Indian Government is said

to have been “seriously. embar-

Minister of the Interiov, Mariofinto the Ladakh and Gilgit areas
Scelba, last night eoneluded the} bordering Western Tibet, and”
discussion during a stormy ses-|have taken steps to “control the
sion at the Italian Chamber ot frontier, ‘
he was the target of Communis: Jon the eastern side, where there
harges of having colluded wit; {have been persistent reports of
the Sicilian bandits, Red Chinese agitation ‘on the

During the previous sessions |borders of the Bhutan and Sikim
Socialists had charged Scelba|india’s security.

{ bit . ‘ ae — rene was poo
Sicily to. distribute: passes. author- | tually tan territory unt
izing the bandits to poarent arms, [2 Thee are .mainly of
chieftain, Salvatori Giuliano, was}means “the end of Tibet.”
not killed by Federal Police as| The Sikiom Provinc@ has a
originally reported in 1950, but}population mostly of --Gurkha
was the victim of a feud oaméngjorigin. Both Provinces are con-

Iran’s nationalization of th: |e@ual circulation with the Indian
store in Hong Kong, wag”

ROME, Oct. 24 rassed” by the influx of fugitives

Deputies in the course of which| Similar steps have been. takén

the Communists and left wing Provinces, which are vital to

They claimed that the bandit{/Tibetan stock and. the name

the bandits themselves, ‘idered by India to come within



Scelba said that the current}the Indian Government orbit,
trial at Viterbo would show whe- Russian newspapers recently
ther the police were involved, Iffhave declared that both ' states
they were, they would be brought fwere unlawfully _ seized from
to trial. Tibet by the British, and Pravda

—U.P: urged that they should follow
Tibet and be “liberated,” oY

State of War Ends

WASHINGTON, Oct, 24



The “ADVOCATE” .

Truman by proclamation torm-
ally ended”the state of war with “pays for NEWS.
Germany on Wednesday, »but he
noted that efforts to conclude a Dial 3113

German Y@ace treaty have been
“frustrated for the time being” by
the Soviet..policy. —U.P.

Day or Night





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BARBADOS ADVOCATE THURSDAY, OCTOBER 25, 1951
mene me anes. cengutitigenes
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” THE WEST FOINT
Programme At Th e Ele ctio LAST TWO SHOWS TODAY ‘sens
and 8.30 p.m >
, TBUESDAY ocTORER 35, 151 n ¢ >
1 TORTamime Parade 11,30
2RY DP itan ah . 7 ‘ Jazz Music ‘ iN 2 2 2 2
ft AS BRYDEN, Manewing MARKIELD IN TRINIDAD A ie s@ ween Sos Tories Win ?—-I Think They Will a DEADLINE é STREETS of LAREDO
irect t essrs A. . : 7 4 B ‘ *
Bryden and Sons Ltd. lett fox ° = wns eerie | Donna REED ‘Repoun pak? Wathen Benaee
Trinidad on Tuesday by B.WA.A. * D sectioe nee ee ee (By JON HOPE) “TODAY SEPCIAL 1.30 p.m Opening Frid 2 30 — 441
on a short v isit, 1.3 Jazz Music 4.45 > â„¢ Boorting | ooo Chupen oh Cte hae nee .
Back to B.G. Red. 6.00 p.m. Composer of the! Just arrived in London in time j YA ae potters ll Eee eee
Mi“: J. NICOLE, Controller of Pe ia ane ao ean h Orchegten, | cor the General Election—but | “ORLABOMA RAIDERS” Eleaner Parker — Pat Neal 7H
Civil Aviction at Atkinson ran : | without a vote—is the 77-year-old [I_Tex RITTER — Fuzzy KNIGHT Bee heen
Field, British Guiana, returnea to From oo ree a, ilies | Suthor-playwright, Somerset
British “Gaiens yesterday by See ea ee for years Mr. Maugham has PLAZA vw OUNTEN qZAIETY
B.W.LA, after having discussions : Pm. Election Report. 6.30 p.m
with Wing Commander L. A Stadio. Mewsreel, 7-00 p.m. Election Re- been living in the South of Last Two Shows teeny oa 8 oe. Pm THE GARDEN — ST. JAMES
Egviestield. Director General of Lert, 7.65 p.m. News Bulletin, 7.3) p.m. | France. His home, when he re- “IF YOU KNEW SUSIE” LAST SHOW TODAY 8.0 p.m
wggiesfield, Director General o reo) Newsreel, $.02 p.m. ElecUo> | turns to Britain, is the top floor Joan AVIS —- Eddie CANTOR & “MONSIFUR BEAUCAIRE”
Ci Aviation in the Caribbean ra tS es =e ene. 9.80 suite always reserved for him at : “GILDESLEEVES Sout. Bob HOPE
mre ; ° Newsree!l, 10.00 p.m Election. Report, the Dorchester, ae ae pene _ ee ae se (Cinéeolor)
Spent Short Holiday 12.05 p.m. News Bulletin, 10.15 p.m fe But if he has lost his vote he ine Bie Gisndeâ„¢ Mipdlt Sas Bab oceans eh adeaapeneaee>
Kk. J. MAC GOWAN, Medical prom the Editorials. 10.39 pam. Ratio! has sharp opinions on the Elec- “Oklahoma “Breaking Point” Fri. to Sun Midnight Sat.
: Newsreel, 11.00 p.m. Election Report, ” . ” Tran”
Adviser of B.O.A.C., London, 11.50 p.m. Radio Newsreel, 12.00 a.m tion. Midnite — John Garfield M ese = m Salsey wen
returned to England on Tuesday Election Report, 12.6 am. News He expects the Tories to win. ; and “The Outlaw” BROWN
evening via Trinidad and Jamaica —. dbttydnk wis talhiols “Ons Mook sth ee pn Pn “This Bide gt Jane pusse, & |} and ne to
-RWw after spe as a e > oP “Vari ee" yengance”
oy a Yulara. ache epencing a short @5 Occasion requires, Programmes bde~- ing personali of our time Win- Viveca Lindstors Leon ” eRROL Kirby GRANT
holiday staying at the Ocean View tween the news at the hour and Radio
Hotel. Newsrest_ at the ele hour, which wit ston as Maugham’ himeatte same
. o gramophone reco: . may ear as
Planter and Turfite interrupted for the announcement of : “Churonill,” he says, cart un- G L oO B E
NM R. CYRIL BARNARD, planter ee ee SUS ee oe eons prove, ob be a great etait tke TO-DAY TO SUNDAY, 5.00 & 8.00 P.M. DAILY
and well known turfite of St These broadcasts will be directed + ure in our history.” ME! AM
Yincent, attived hete on Monas the West Indies in a special transmiss on | Then, leaning back, he recalls if Va Z
Vin t, é ih n Monaey " }
by B.G. Aitways for a holiday ‘on the following. trequehetes:— ‘that in the days before either he high costs, is infinitely harder, Aflome in the N J tg
and iy staying at the Marine Hotel. WEST INDIES or Churchill had ee emi- In Their Sixties the Ne * ?
He was accompanied by Mrs, GI9Sbe/s 148.83! jmence they used to yy, golf to- “On the fingers of one hand
Hovnard: at ae (et steep } gether aaa M ly” B coe count the novelists in
‘ sian . rea Sens tis country who can make a
Attending © B.C. PROGRAMME Does Mr. Maugham find that living solely from novel writing.” DANA ANDREWS:
na ; F ig. :
Technologists Talks by RHURSDAY, OCTOBER 25, 1051 British pres’ abroad has weak- Whom does Maugham consider CaRia BALENDA
Hox? BLE rs. D. M. Simpson and .neanes 2d om ; . er writers?
Co. Lid., Hon’ble J. A.: Mahon of m he think the British With that slight hesitancy of
Licn Gastie;> Mr. R. E. King of should take their Communists rpeec': so familiar to the millions

Fisherpend afd Mr. M. B. Watson



Expensive Rum













seriously? Replies the seasoned

who haye seen him in the pro-
traveller, “the Communists should



Applewhaites, le ‘or Britist oe I logues to his films, he answers:
a ae apa b = 3 . bar’ = 6 tow Star and Garter Hotel, at) be taken seriously in every coun- “The trouble with our younger
attend a Conference of B. W.l. Kew Bridge, on the outskirts my. thee are a great eenene,” writers, is that they are all in the
échnolo: of London, resounded last week} A television star in s own sixties.” with PHILIP DORN
e Ald ves er nai ing the same Corifer= io Calypso music, the singing of hy je — United ae tee i, we of “ future of nat, z
ays BN 7 : West Indian artists and all the fun/“!augham has no confidence that liam Somerset augham, FR — | eheattlie Spec*™
ence. are 2 ‘slate oaceeon of a inoned -spinning auction, eit a “FU will we th — oe te ae ao ee vigient apn neces a, ee ee eee
ne jr? padding B lance an aret. eaders on will woo the votes the gion 0! onour, whose anit k Ss !
Breeding Station and Mr. J, Rob- Secs a . eee pune” wine of viewers, People, he thinks, bo.xs have sold more than 25 See Leon Errol with the first Talking Chicken in the world
inscn, Chemist of the Department 9 garg aa, rican Me gay Nd) will be influenced in’ their voting million copies? This is a wow!!

of Agriculture. They dave both
left fur British Guiana by B,W.1.A,
New Net Ball Club

Ce CUMEERBATCH, Bar-

badav Number One lady
sprintey has recently formed the
Malvern Netball Club, On Satur-
day October 27th a dance will be
held a St. Giles Boys’ School to



goes up another

Banana

lected

\Wesi Indian singers Louise Ben-| Years. He does not intend to buy

and

£500.
handlers at

Garter.

nearby}
Brentlord market had quietly col-
£500 for the Fund (it was
handed over after the hotel show) |
so retailers, wholesalers and port-
ers at the market,
done organised the affair at the
Star

not to be un-













iby the repetitive restrictions of
everyday life, queues, taxes, the
cost of living.

During his stay here he is buy-
ing as little as possible because
everything is “‘so expensive.” He
says that he has possessed the
“winter suit’ he is wearing—
brown jacket dark slacks—for 15



“I’m prepared to call it a day.”
WORLD COPYRIGHT RESERVED

L.E.S. IT’S NEXT WEEK

REVUEDEVILLE 1951

MRS. A. L. STUART'S
DANCING SCHOOL





DOG FOOD
Texas Judge R. E, Bibb got into
hot water with the Labour De-
partment in Washington because
he allegedly fed tinned dog food to



help raise funds for the purchas- nett, Edric Connor and Peter Ri- another. Mexican casual workers on. his re Rene tice es .
a ee cardo went along, and helping too} He (is perturbed at what he "Mh nar edly Bae
formed club. was a small. band from the {calls “the very harmful situa- , The judge indignantly _con- or evage

Visited Cane Breeding Calypso Club in. London's West|t#on” in which ‘our budding wri- tended that the dog food met all Wednesday, 31st October, Thursday,









requirements for human consump-

* merak d ; rs . He remem- Ist November, at 8.30 pm.
Station ‘ ° ie End. A bottle of Jamaica rum oe find themipelves. 2 tion, and added: “Wh ship- F
EAVING for British Guiann ™M®- AMD MRS. LIONEL KING who were married in Trinided on fetched £15 by auction. It WA3| Yeats asa writes his annual ine bought by the United States Gov- Friday, 2nd November at 5 & 8.30 p.m.
; yesterday by B.W.J.A were turday. Mr. King is » Barbadian. rs z bought, put up again, bought and) tome averaged £100. On that he ernment to send to Britain under Bookings open Friday 26th
Dr, L. D. Baver, Director of the (Photo through courtesy of Trinidad Guardian.) finally drunk on the spot. And Sir] could make ends meet. In pres- the foreign relief programme.” 8.30 a.m. to 12 noon; 1.30 p.m.
Experimen. Station of Hawaiian John Huggins. chairman of the/ent day Britain, he says, the Reéed-faced Washington officials to 3 pm.
Sugar Planters’ Association, Mr. Aggy ae he a of] struggle, with low royalties and are checking. PRICES :
WW. Moir,’ Chairman of the Trinidad Wedding Military Mission We ee eee ee Boxes and Orchestra $1.20; House $1.00

Committee of the station and Mrs.
Moir,

Dr. RBaver and Mr. Moir came
over here last week from Trinidad

R, LIONEL KING, son of the
late Mr. and Mrs. C. King

of Barbados was married in Trin-
idad at St, Joseph R.C, Church on

!

AJOR LEO GIBBONS, a}
Barbadian, has been appoint-

ed Major of the United States |
Military Mission, War Department,






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bBo 1 hala be pedal ieee Saturday to Miss Adrian Pestana, at Monrovia, Liberia. The United
cu daughter of Mr. and Mrs. M. M. States have recently started a mili-
methods adopted in sugar cane . rr 7 feink cae . _
abaninire, Pestana of Trinidad, tary mission there, EMPIRE ROYAL

While in the island, they were
staying at the Ocean View Hotel.
After Ten Years

ACK in Barbados after an
absence of 10} years is Mr.
Camcron Colebrooke who is em-

The bride who was given in
marriage by her brother Mr, Low
Pestana wore a dress of embossed
satin with a close fitting bodice of
lace, and a full skirt which fell
into a flowing train, Her finger-
tip veil was held in place with a

Major Gibbons was in Barbados
last year as Captain of the US
Army. After spending a vacation
here, he went back to the U.S. and
was promoted to the rank of Major
He has been in office at Liberia
since August 27 and he expects to

To-day Only, 4.30 & 8.30 p.m. | To-day Only, 4.30 & 8.30 p.m.
Alan LADD — B. RATHBONE

“ MISSISSIPPI in
GAMBLE”



“THE BLACK CAT”

loyed at the Port Services in, headdress of tube roses and silver be there for three years.
Trinidad. “He arrived here on, radiance and she carried a bouquet Enjoyed Holiday
Tuesday tight by B-W.LA. and of white orchids, tube roses. and FTuR spending tnree weeks | with nnd

plans to remain for

weeks’ holiday.
During the war, he worked with

the U. S,.Army at the Base in

about two

silver radiance.

The bride's sister was her only
attendant. The’ bestman was Mr,
S. King, the groom’s brother.

holiday in Barbados as guests
of Miss Cora Alleyne of ‘“Wils-|
kury,” Britton’s Cross Road, Mr.
and Mrs. Kenrick Wood of Robert







Across

vn County wear

Robert Kent — Francis Langford “BLACK NARCISSUS”





and







Trinidad, A reception was later held at Ctrest Port-of-Spain, returned to Ce a oil Tomorrow Only, 4.30 & 8.15
Film Show he Rees Tone. ay satis iret “‘rinidad on Sunday evening by Nail adverttkeaiant, (ay # THE MAGIC BOW y
FILM Tee ahaa ap f i mong the many p'wra evil and Mea ttt Eagle Lion Double - - -
é w ok ‘ guests who attended the ceremony *:\¥"" Wood wersntatieent* wah DES bal Starrin
members of the Alliance were two sisters of bs groom, Mr, Mr. Wood, an accoun 3 a C38 & “MICKY”
Francais when they hold their M, Mustor and Mrs. E, Pierreponte Ployed with the Fort-of-Spain Stewart GRANGER
meeting at ‘the British Council, of Barbados. Ce a ey. pert rae 18. Th ig man nad simun gaan. (3 and
“Wakefield” at 8.15 p.m, on Thurs- The honeymoon is being spent P@ying his first visit to the isiand.) =. mnough for 2 gents ruin Sh Lae
dns Wueekocs os “down the isiands.” = *P®" ire told Carib that he was very iB" Gap tars gpa deh : “GREEN FOR DANGER”
On the lagt occasion that this impressed by its beauty and added, 20. be ince 18) Opening, To-morrow, 2.30
body met they heard a lecture First Visit that on the whole, he had a very} 4) and 8.30 p.m. SAT. & SUN. — 5 & 8.15
wy. Val McComie sbout enjoyable holiday and was look- Down

given by

artini ' ing forward to returning here 1. It bel
Martinique. R. and Mrs. Ernest Ritter of aan agnin . hope one Cate prehoes iene
Ye te pela. arrived se.. * ,¢| @ This post craduate course does
Anae et; : Caracas, Venezuela, arrived Mrs. Wood, a steno-typist of noe Gall ar th eine wee
aaesthetist Returns here’ over the week-end b/ \e.srs Citrus Growers. Limited, is (9) 3. Done on travel. (9)

R. WRIGHT, Anaesthetist of

B.W.LA. on theic
week's holiday and ure staying at

first visit for a

no stranger “to Barbados, having

5 Gambte "
. Sea i



thout ¢!
Across.

xe doctor, (4)

4 ser re i : 0 . ‘ n the
he General Hospital, re- tho Windsor Hotel. Dr. Ritter is been here séveral times before. . Mer contain o 2 Down. (8) in the
turned to Barbados by B.W.I.A. connected with the Public Health Chartered Accountant 10. Pitted for i004 conveying, Tern itt

12.

Why Jenve a nas

(6)
ty break up? (4)



over the week-end from Trinidad fepartment in Caracas, R. JOHN MILLIKEN, Char-| {2 #
after attending a Medical Con- Ajso spending a week's h-liday tered Accountant of Messrs. + Respouribie for “second ° ‘baud Aes
ference. in Barbados and staying at the FitzPatrick Grahom and Co., re-| }& Deploted vy sone gt 19 Across. (4)

She told Carib that she was
much impressed by the Medical
service there and the fine Public
Health Centre.

Windsor is Dr. Ritter's niece Miss
Lenore Ritter, Physicist of T.L.L.,
Point-a-Pierre. She arrived from
Trinidad by B.W.1.A, on Monday.



Rupert and the Lion Rock—I3





turned to British Guiana yesterday
by “B.W.1LA. after vaying a biyi-
ness visit here. He was staying
at the Marine Hotel.









FRUSTRATED

| The pretty cashier of a San

| Francisco steamship firm was
dragged out of the water after
she had jumped in.

Accused of embezzling £14,000,
which went on jewels, a car, and
apartment, she sobbed to the
police : “I guess I was too frus-
trated as a child.”

THOSE JAPS

Yet again the Japs are making
news. American fishermen on the
Pacific coast, furious with Wash-



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Saturday 27 October

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they must go back We've the willows and he hurriedly draws tariff on Jap tuna fish, are by- mis-step PARADISE BEACH CLUB ath ae Ethel SMITH and Henry KING
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HOUSE AMEND 1945 SH

25, 1951

A Watchman Is Not

A Shop

Assistant

THE HOUSE OF ASSEMBLY yesterday passed a Bill
to amend the Shops Act, 1945, in the light of making re-
commendations made by the Wages Board established for
Bridgetown Shop Assistants in 1950.

The Amendments are as follows :—

1. This Act may be cited as
the Shops (Amendment) Act,
1951, and shall be read together

with the Shops Act, 1945 (here-
inafter referred to as the frinci-
pal Act).

2. Section two of the vrinci-
pal Act is hereby amended by
adding at the end of the defini-
tion of “shop assistant” after the
word “apprentices”; the follow-
ing words—

“but does not include any per-

son employed solely as a care-

taker, watchman, craftman or

domestic servant other than a

servant engaged in the cater-

ing trade.”

3. Section eight of the prin-
cipal Act is hereby amended—

(a) by inserting immediately
after sub-section (1)
thereof, the following
sub-section to be num-
bered “(2)”.

“(2) Notwithstanding the
provisions of sub-section
(1) of this section it
shall be lawful for a shop
to be opened for business
after the hour it is re-
quired under a Shop
Order to be closed on the
early closing day imme-
diately preceding Good
Friday and Christmas
Day respectively.
Provided that a shop
kept open under the pro-
visions of this subsection
on the early closing day
shall be closed on that
day not later than the
hour prescribed by such
Shop Order for an or-
dinary closing day.”

(b) by *re-numbering sub-
section (2) thereof as
sub-section “(3).”

Dr. Cummins (L) said that the
Bill amended the definition of
“shop assistant” so as to exclude
any person employed solely as a
caretakef, watchman, (craftsman
or domestic servant other than a
servant engaged in the catering
trade. It also provided (by an
amendment to section 8 of the
Act) that where an early closing
day immediately preceded Good
Friday or Christmas Day, shops
should be allowed to remain open
up to such hour as was permis-
sible on an ordinary closing day.

He said that he wanted to
assure members that lorry driv-
ers connected with shops were
shop assistants and that people
who employ them should pay
them overtime if they happen to
go over the 8 hours a day as was
originally stated in the Shop
Closing Act,

The Bill also sought to clarify
the position of a domestic ser-
vant, It referred purely to a
domestic servant who worked in
and around the shop and not. the
other domestic servants,

Mr. M. E. Cox (L) said that he
had pleasure in seconding the
motion made by the Hon, Senior
Member for St. Thomas. He was
approached on many occasions
by hands who work on _ store-
lorries throughout the island,
They made complaints to him on
the conditions under which they
worked and he told them that the
shop closing act passed in 1945
also applied to them.

Hard

He feit that it was very hard on
lorry drivers and hands to be
required to turn out to their
stores between 6.30 and 8 a.m. on
days, work during the day, and
then sometimes about 4 p.m.,
have to load their lorries to make
deliveries in the far out parts of

the island that same evening.
“Sometimes they get home
around 1 a.m, next morning”, he
said.

When the bill was passed, it
was said that no person would
work more than eight hours con-
tinuously. “That section was
specifically put in to protect the
people who work on the lorries
and vans. Yet it does appear
that the owners are indifferent to
that sectior”,

Mr. Cox said that the lorry and
van people were found prowling
about at all hours of the night and
for wages that were meagre, He
was told that some men going
around on bicycles delivering
groceries were only getting seven
to eight dollars a week, and some
of them had to work both morning
and night, “It is inhuman when
you consider the long hours these
people work and the small wages
they get.” He was hoping that
owners would pay attention to
the Shop Closing Act and to the
amended bill.

The eight dollars per week
that were paid the bicycle riders
was no n.ore than what the em-
ployers would drink out at some
club a night or smoke out in





cigarettes a week. He was sug-
gesting that if they claimed
that if they had the interest of
the working people at heart, they
would make a change.

Mr. Goddard (E) said that as
far es he could remember, the
Shop Closing Act did not permit
overtime to be paid to shop as-
sistants So when the Hon.
Senior Member for St. Thomas
said that they should be paid
overtime, he must realise that
they would have had to amend
the act again before such pay-
ment could be made.

The amended Act alloweq shops
to remain open on to such hour
as was permissible on an ordin-
ary closing day when an early
closing day immediately pre-
ceded Christmas Day and Good
Friday. He was quite glad to see
that they sent down that amend-
ment to the original Bill because
the clerks themselves liked to
see that they gave good service
to the general public on those
days especially.

Opening Shops on the days
coming immediately before
Christmas and Good Friday help-
ed the clerks and the general
public and so the amendment was
sound,

Going back to the idea of paying
the assistants overtime, Mr. God-
dard said that it was a most
difficult thing fo. an employer
to pay overtime to anyone who was
working on his own. They never
knew when the men got where
they were going. And when they
would take their time unloading
the lorries and idle away time
otherwise.

“We do everything that
our business is condu
the day. But it is ways
convenient.” The Hono) e Se-

nior Member for St. Michael heard
of the wages, salaries and the
difficulty of the tasks, but he
wanted to assure him that even
if that is true, the men are re-
compensed. When they have to
go out early, they are given their
breakfast to take along with them
ete. He was saying that the bill
did not apply to the delivery men.
They were separate and distinct.

Mr. Dowding (E) said that the
amended Bill did not contain in
the objects and reasons how lorry
drivers could be regarded as
assistants, He felt that the amend-
ed Bill was not serving the pur-
pose that the Hon, Introducer in-
tended it to serve. It was in his
opinion a matter again where the
Union was getting mixed up with
the Government.

Mr. Adams (L) said “if the
only way to save the lorry drivers
is to call them shop assistants, we
will call them shop assistants.”
He added “it is monstrous.for the
delivery men to.work during the
day as porters around the stores
and then at night deliver goods.
They get back very late at nights,

park the lorries in the owners’| [

yards, and then have to walk
home.”

He said that the delivery men:
should not be made to leave the!
store to make deliveries unless it
was absolutely sure that they
could reach back before 4.30 p.m,
Shop keepers in the country dis-
tricts should do their business
early and let their deliveries be
made early.

There were several people who
should work at scent because it

was absolutely esse! : ut it
elivery

was not essential for®
men to work at night.

laining how lorry drivers
col with, storés were in-|
cluded in the Bill, he said that
they were originally put in the
Shop Closing Act as among those}
exempted. But the Government in|
Executive Committee decided to}
delete lorry drivers and transport)
workers from the exempt list sol
that they would automatically be
included.
_ Mr. Waleott (L) supported Mr.
Adams,

RidgwayDefends UN

TOKYO, Oct. 23,

General Matthew mangwey pre-
dicted on Tuesday that the United
Nations will expand in authority
and prestige despite the fact that
it encountered “problems it was
never designed to solve.”

United Nations Supreme Com-
mander in Korea defended the or-
ganisation in a statement com-
memorating United Nations day on
Wednesday. :

“Confronted with problems _ it
was never designed to solve its
successes have still been more
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CUSTOMS TARIFF ACT AMENDED

The House of Assembly yester-
day passed a Bill to amend the
Customs Tariff Act, 1921.

The Bill seeks to amend fhe
Customs Tariff Act, 1921, so as to
provide for the exemption from
duty of the following classes of
articles, namely—

(1) Machinery and apparatus
imported for road purposes
by the Commissioners of
Highways and for Aeradio
Services by International
Aeradio Ltd.
the baggage personal and
household effects of public
officers on first appointment
to the Island;
apparatus, ath-
letic gear and sports gear
for organized games in
schools—hitherto these ar-
ticles were exempted when
imported by the Director of
Education; this amendment
will enable the Governing
Bodies of Schools to import
their own equipment duty
free on the certificate of the
Director;

(2)

(3) gymnastic

(4) articles imported by and for
the use of the Extra-Mural
Department—this would ex-
tend to that Department
concessions at present
granted to the Education
Board;

articles of uniform, and

equipment imported by and

(5)





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this would extend
Brigade similar concessions
as are at present granted
to the Boy Scouts and Girl
Guide Associations;

articles specially designed
for the cultural advance-
ments of the blind; books
produced by duplicating
process other than printing
and films and sound record-
ings of an educational, sci-
entific or cultural character
produced by the United
Nations or its agencies -
thus extending to this Island
certain provisions of the
UNESCO Agreement on the
importation of Educational,
Scientific and Cultural Ma-
terials;

(6)

food yeast excluding pro-
prietary brands-+this would
reduce the price thereof and
thus encourage greater use
of this article particularly
through such institutions as
the Hospitals, Baby Welfare
Clinics, ete.;

household effects not: ex-
ceeding $600 in value;
machinery and. apparatus
necessary for exploring and
prospecting ‘for *petroleum;
manufacturers’ identity tags
to be attached to locally
manufactured garments.

(7)

(8)
(9)

(10)

The exemption of apparatus im-

for exclusive use of the St. ported by Aeradio Services is to
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sient , Harbour Log

IN CARLISLE BAY

Sch Zita Wonlta, Sch Henry D
Wallace, Sch. W. L. Bunicia, Seh. Lady
Nocleen, Sch Cyri E Smith, Sehr
Providence Mark, Sch. Sunshine R., Sch
Mary E. Caroline, Sch, Mary M.° Lewis.
Lindsyd HU, Sch. United Pilgrim S.,
Belqueen, Sch. Lydia Adina 8.,
Molly N. Jones

ARRIVALS

Cc. L. M. Tannis, 41 tons net,

Davis, from St. Vincent.

SEA WELL

DEPARTURES BY B.W.LA. ON
TUESDAY

Por St. Lucia:

Vernon_ Vitalis, Alwyn Wason,
Wason, David Gilkes.
For Trinidad :

Fitz Blackman, Loonte Rockeliffe,
Arthur Bryden, George Roberts, Thelma
Sendar, Kent Biel. Clem Biel, Joan
Biel Alfred Tayier, Syivia Taylor,
Anthony Taylor, Frank Gee, Stella Gee.
John MeBridge, Jessy McBridge, Brome
Wallace, Agnes Kendrick, Griffith Stev
enson, Ralph Thompson, Vincent St
John, Caesar Descrivan, Pedra Descrivan,
Colin Thomas, Dr. John MeGown

BY B.W.1LA. ON
TUESDAY
From Grenada :



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Phyllis

ARBEIVALS

Christine Gun-Munro
From St. Lucia:

G Clausel, C Evans, Geo, Cox
L. Mathurin

From Venezuela :

G, Ryan, R. Ryan
From Trinidad ;

J. Lutehman, C. Colebrook, G. Vivies

S. Vivies, L. Branch, M. Branch, M
Branch, H. Vaz, H. Paris, J, Layne, I
Cort, E. Price, G. Filan |
ARRIVALS BY B.W.1A. YESTERDAY
From Trimidad ;

D. Brasche, I. Warren, 8S. Belle, T
Persaud, M. Wells, M. Branch,

DEPARTURES BY B.W.1A.
VESTERDAY
For British Guiana ;
Joan O'Dewd, Anthony O'Dowd, Clara

Dorchester with members of the
cast ajter the premiere.

fxrorets Service.

Lond

Burrowes, Enid Albrrga, Charles Gon-
salves, Angela Gonsalves, Florence
Knowles, Jotn Mililken, Hon, Frank
Hutson, Julian Mahon, Barton Watson,
Robert King, John Robinson Charles
Burke, Richard Emtage, William Moir
to the the Agreement with International Ney, Mo" Pr Leonard Baver, Jack

Aeradio.
Mr. M. E. Cox who introduced
the Bill said that he thought hen.



In Touch With Barbados

members would agree that ‘too

much was not being asked for in Coast Station

the Bill. He thought it was a

reasonable Bill an@ he would Cable and Wireless (W.1.) Lid, advine

that they can now communicate with the
following ships through their Barbados
Coast Station

therefong ask that it be read a

second dime.



Mr. A. E.'S. Lewts said that he weeks ee soe 8.5. Ariguani, 5.8
thought, hon. members should {tina Pel Pacitico, ss ‘inte ae
welcome the Bill from the point ¢.s. Esso Saopaulo, s.s. Kqknudsen, 6.5
of view that it would prevent a Poseidon, s.s. Casabanca, s.5, Nathanie

. ‘ . 6b, Palmer, s.s. Alcoa Pilgrim, s.s, Ole
number of Resolutions being pis 's. Uruguay. &s, Oberon, as
brought to the House from time to retnander, s,s. Sovac, ss, Atlante
time to refund Customs Duties and Seaman, s.s, Northern Lights, s.s. Gas-
29 a Tax to the y iS | ene 8.s Feggen, s.8 Devon, 5.8
rae ax to the Commissioners teh, a8, Fort Ach, as, txitish
9 aways e Fuisilier, ss. Ronald M. Scoble, 4.8

He did not khow what Was siottunder, s.s. Southern Atlantic, 9.8
meant in the Bill by “Department oe - age ee 5.5 kg

. # ” . dsohn + #5, driatica, 6.8 ude~
of Extra Mural Studies.” He be tar, s.s. Esso New Haven, s.8, City ti
lieved it would be necessary when Edinburgh, s.s. Regent Jaguar, ys
in Committee to put in the addi- veteh Werth, s.s. Gundine, 5.5. Kamo
tional words “of. the University )leleh

College*of the West Indies,” be-
couse they had no such department
here aft a department.





duties as the St. John Ambulance
Brigade were getting. The Nurses

As regards exemption: Association did good work in the
pertaining to machinery and community. He was wondering
apparatus necessary for ex- why they were not included in the

ploring and prospecting for petrol- Bill. He
eum, Mr. Lewis said that while it Senior
avas a avery: gc thing for the would bear it in mind and at some
colony fo have oil and to get it future date consider extending the
to the gurfaee, it seemed to him same facility that the St, John
that in tails case they were carry- Ambulance Brigade would then
ing the exemptions a bit too far. enjoy to the Nurses Asrociation,
Mr. Mapp (L) said that the The House went into Committee
Nurses Assoviation should get the with the Bill.
same exemptions from Customs The Bill was finally passed.

was hoping that the Hon.
Member for St. Joseph

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BARBADOS SG) ADVOGATE

Sere S > TS Meese Te Poa ey

Printed by the Advocate Co., 144., Broad 8t., Bridsctows s memorable November day

t -— jin 1875 the Cabinet sat in Down-
Ee a ‘ . ‘he . Tory M.P. for Belfast North in the
Thursday, October 25, 1951 ri . hee peed iat ies Last Parliament, and now contesing
em was eajami sraen, > the seat again,
or Lord Beaconstieid. He informed 1) al 3 ids nee
7 Y his colleagues that with their ap- W!/l always associated, e
Most t nusual proval he had _ bought. tne Principles are worthy of restate-
a ait “gyptian Khedive's interest in the Ment at this time.
IF THERE was a circumstance likely to. |cue2 Canal tor England. They can be summed-up as
‘ ie ms . i staal a act ig » follows:
revent, disturb or in any way hamper the The signed contract lay on the ! :
P : : — hs P igo Cabinet table.. The Canal hac THAT all Government exists
app@ii:tment of a temporary Puisne Judge been cut by a Frenchman, Fer- solely for the good of the gov~
in this islanc .t is tre «xtraorainary course dinand de Lesseps, with French _ erned;

money. Half the shares were heid
by a French company, and the
other haif by the Khedive, through
whose country the Canal passed.

As much of the shipping which

adopted by the House of Assembly and
sanctioned by the Legislative Council, of
creating the office and leaving the salary

to be fixed on the appointment of the |went through the Canal to and
oie frem the East was British the
officer, whership and .control of the .

â„¢% was a salutary principle enunciated not
so long ago by Mr. Adams in the House
tuat the terms and conditions of office
si-culd be fixed and the appointment of the
ofcer left in’ the hands of the Governor

hout any conditions being attached.

Canal, particularly in the event
of war, was of great importance
wo this country.

of

interest to a

DIZZY

The Khedive was on the verge

bankruptcy and had opened tackled
negotiations “for thé sale of his clearance:
Frenth syndicate.
Gut Disraeli, who got wind of the FORMED friendly societies;

BARBADOS



ADVOCATE

..«The man who made the deal
now threatened by Farouk

By MONTGOMERY HYDE

THAT all institutions are to be
maintained only so far as they
promote the happiness and wel-
fare of the people; and

THAT public functionaries are

trustees not for their own class

but for the nation as a whole.

These principles were reflected

in the domestic legislation of

Disraeli’s two premierships. .
For The Workers

BRIEFLY his Government

the problem of slum

PUT UP new houses for artisans;

jon he ever looked really Eng-
48h,

Yet he did more for Engian
and the English people and Em-
pire than any his contem-
poraries and his political teacn
ing still serves to inspire the
party which fh the face of strong
opposition The rose to lead.

‘Never Lies’

DIZZY was born a Londone:
in a house overlooking Gray’:
Inn Gardens, in what is now Theo-

ids Road. His father, who speli
surname D'Israeli, was =<
literary antiquarian of indepen-
dent means,
_ At an early age young Ben-
jamin made up his mind to ente:
public life (though the fact that,
according to his father, “he neve:
lies” hardly augured well for his
future eminence in politics).

He made several attempts to
get into the House of Common:
before he was finally elected ME
for Malin in 1837.
















uere has been no satisfactory reason
acvaneed for the omission of the salary
from the bill. It would be highly improper
for any Government to give the impression
that it musi wait to fix the salary of an
officer after he Has been appointed. The
only impression to be gained is that one
officer is likely to be paid a higher salary
for doing.the same job of work than

another.

aifair, persuaded him to sell out STCURED the people's savings;
to the British Government for GAVE -workmen iegal equality
£4,000,000. with their employers;

fhe question before the Cabi- REDUCED the hours of work in
net was how to raise this sur factories;
within a few hours, Parliament
was not sitting and there was no
time to summon it. Disraeli was

ni great
variety of farmyard noises. As he

resumed his seat he shouted above
the din, “I sit down now, but
the time will come when you wil:
hear me.”

His time came a few years later

equal to the emergency. He told joe So Premier, Sir

his secretary, Montague. Corry, to office pledged) roo ue
temain outside the Cabinet room. try's agriculture, aioe ro ‘coun-
When the decision to raise a loan allow

the f.ee importation of corn,
As Disraeli put it, Peel “hac
caught the Whigs

bad been :eached he would put
his head outside the door and utter
the single word “YES,” upon which








Corry was to go straight to the

. a ah banker. Baron Lionel de Roths-

; And in thgcase of a judge it is even more chia re eae 7 ,

reprehensible. Any judicial officer who is a CoO apaned; te, none

. : ‘ eme: ; the word was said an

led to the conclusion that after his appoint- Sane Whrried oft 0. eee the
ment the amount of his salary was likely — | banker.

to be calculated on his popularity or that it
was likely to be reduced because of some
personal disadvantage, rather than on his

qualifications for judicial office would hesi- skin and asked:

tate before he even applied for the post. meee Stina
| Ifitis that the salary willbe fixed higher |Government.” _ f
or lower in the event of the appointment erm — Fon: ae

of a Barbadian, then it will act as a boom-
erang when there is a shortage of other
officers and it is hoped to secure outsiders
for the local service. \

It has been said that the office will b
temporary and that the act will end in 1952.
This implies that there is no need for such
an officer in a reconstructed judiciary. If
that is the truth then there are still retired

purchase

are now seeking to repudiate.
A New View ...
THE incident of th
purchase is related in %
of Disraeli published Trecently.*

The Prime Minister, Corry told
him, ‘wanted £4,000,000 by the
following day. The Baron selected
& miuscate] grape from the dish
before him, ate it, disposed of the
“What is your

Parliament duly endorsed the

of the matters which the Egyp-
tians, in defiance of these treaties,

Dizzy’s story has been told be- by his own party.



THE GREAT TORY

PROTECTED merchant
from the dangers of
worthy ships;

seamen
unsea-

IMPROVED sanitation; and, ac-
- orcas to a trade union manual.
“ SS two Acts which consti-
The British “tuted the charter of the social
freedom of the

and industrial
working classes.

i omer eles a one of He was 68
nd it was confirmed in ‘ne first two Socialist M'P’s to be Downi

treaties included with successive ea cs ae ~ ee in he ek ite
Egyptian Governments, It is one Maas cess Se ihe cue ; ;
classes in five years than the

Liberals had done in fifty.
The life story of this outstand-
ing Conservative Premier is as

@ Canal strange as it is fascinating.
new life

For most of his career he was
regarded as an “adventurer” even
But Dizzy

an

walked away with dr ote

At sar same time Disraeli
preached the gos; of T
mocracy in .his oa cing
and exposed the economic hard-
ships of the poorer classes, par-
ae = coalminers and fac-
ory hands, in his
novel, Sybil. cee ee

see See of labour are as
sacred as e af
declared, Ta fat hanes c
of the millions should be the first
object of a statesman.”

The Leader

PEEL'S ‘downfall led the way
to Dizzy’s elevation as Tory
leader and eventually Premier.
when he went
t for the first time.
is second term that
jluse of Commons to
Beaconsfield.

ended in 1880
and he died the next year.

Wit dandy, lover, writer, Im-
perial statesman and patriot—
these were the facets of Dis-
rael\’s rematkable character.

What he has said and written
still lives long after the wordy

This term









judges in the West Indies and even in Bar-
bados who would render service to Barba-

dos but who will hesitate if

that the salary is to be fixed in measure

fore by other writers, The latest looked on this as a compliment, uttérances of hi

version is the work of an accom- for it simply meant that he was rival, G <, Reve Wee eae
pitshed biographer, Mr, Hesketh forced to fight his way to the gotten, ued
carson, and it appears at a singu- top without birth or influence to WORLD COPYRIGHT

lerly appropriate time, when the help him. Indeed, the fact of his RESERVED

e ectors are making up their minds Jewish origin did much to hinder

they suspect

whether or not to support the par-
ticular principles of Tory democ-
racy th which Disraeli’s name

with their personal popularity. Judicial
officers are above such considerations. If
they are not, then it would be well to admit
that in Barbados we have'reached the stage
where we pay for the kind of judge needed
rather than pay emoluments for judicial
offices. ‘
It was unfortunate that no member of the

| House raised the point argued by Hon, Mr.
Chandler in the Council. The matter might
have been rectified during consideration by
the Legislature.

| Judging by the impression which is
bound to be given by this departure from
accepted principle it would not be surpris-
ing if there are no applicants from outside
and the Governor is compelled to second
one of the junior officers on the Bench to
act in this capacity for a few months,

e
Rice
| THREE weeks ago it was announced
that the price of rice would be incrcased
from January 1952 and since then house-
wives have been complaining that they
have been unable to secure their weekly
requirements.

It is regrettable that such a condition
should arise. The inconvenience experi-
enced in this island when there is any
shortage of rice is readily known. Many

PARIS.

WHAT ‘do the French—who are
in the haBit of voting Communist
instead ui Lubour, Rauical Socialist
instead of Conserva.ive, ana
Catholic instead of Liberal—make
of the British General Election?

‘The ordinary Frenchman is com-
pletely bafiied that a Government
which not only imposes food
rationing but periodically slashes
the rations, can hope to be re-
elected. To clear up the mystery,
the French Press has again under-
taken the task of explaining us to
our ecross-Channel neighbours, and
once again the Englishman’s ears
tingle as he reads of our un-
rivalled civic virtues® tand“‘our
“ability to take it.”

Reading, all this, the average
Frenchman shrugs his shoulders
in puzzlement and goes about the
business of the day—which most
cer.ainly includes the consump-
tion of a steak, or heaven help’
the Government of the day,



Much Confusion
On a more informed level there
is comsiderable confusion; many
French Tories with strong*neutral-
ist’? and anti-American sentiments
welcome the Bevanites’ revolt on
the arms programme as confirm-

people in Barbados believe that they can jatinn of their own view that
exist only as long as rice remains the staple oe aay is driving us too
. ng .

diet and many housewives argue that it
suits their economy to purchase greater
supplies of rice than any other commodity.

Accusations of hoarding have been made
but these must be regarded as being with-
out foundation, but it is significant that |
there has been no announcement, that the
regular disbursement of 8,000 bags per |
month has been reduced,

Other French Tories including
most of the French Foreign Office
hone for a Tory victory. They
feel that Churchill will end Briti¢h
retreats in the Middle East and
thereby strengthen France’s own
difficult position in that area.

The Other Election

MEANWHILE France has just
completed one-of its own even
more. than usally complicated
eleetions which seem to be

nt



that we should go forward, let us

him.
As a young tman he dressed
flamboyantly, and it cannot be said

By SAM WHITE
specifically designed to permit
every party to claim the result as
a victory for itself. This time
it was election for the municipal
councils which enable rural France
to take on its pre-war look by
ridding its councils of Communists
and Left Wingers.

More than half of the Communist
seais in the rural areas went to
Right Wing candidates and Social-
ists lost about 30 per cent. of their
representation,

All the Right Wing parties, in-
cluding the De Gaullis's, made
gains.
* Wrong Teeth
THESE men made news in Paris
last week.

Dr, Pierre Toukas, a Paris
dentist, was fined £15 for knock-
ing two teeth out of the mouth of
one of his patients, According to
Dr. Toukas, the patient became
enraged when he was told that one
of his molars would have to be
removed. “He attacked me and I
acted in self-defence,” said Toukas.
Unfortunately, neither of the teeth
knocked out was the one the
dentist wanted to pull.

Evolution

roe report: A four-day
congress at Sorbonne University
on “The Genesis and Future of
Paris” opened with a lecture on
“Paris in the Stone Age,” and
ended with a talk by dress de-
signer Pierre Balmain on “La
Haute Couture.”

They Said It
QUOTES of the week:
General de Gaulle: “Russia

shakes the world’s plum tree. But
these fruits do not fall in the
autumn.”

Paris newspaper (on the Brilish
elections): “The English electoral







*Dizzy Hesketh Pearson

(Methuen 21s.)

Les Anglais-Are They Sane?

trance watches the election—with a shrugandja shudder

battle compared with ours really
seems very simple. There are only
two parties and a few divergencies
within each, and above all these
parties have names that correspono
to what they are. The Labour
Party are Labourites and the Con-
servatives have the extraordinary
courage to call themselves that.
Politics in England are just like
good wines in France, the sys.em
is that of following the label.”

No Meeting

STAYING in the same Paris
hotel over the week-end: burly
Kenneth Ross, Anglo-Iraman Ou
Company’s general manager (unti:
recently) at Abadan, and the Em-
press Soraya of Persia.

They never met; a mu‘ual friend
who tried to arrange a meeting
received a polite note from the
Persian Legation telling him Her
Majesty was “unavailable.”

Both are in Paris for a holiday.
A meeting between the two would
have been less: embarrassing than
an unexpected one between the
Empress and Farouk’s sister,
Princess Faiza, which took place
in a Montmartre restaurant.

Seeing Soraya walk in, Faiza
(whose sister was the previous
Empress of Persia) left the
westaurant. The women passed
each other without a glance of
recognition.

The Empress is in Paris on a
clothes-buying spree. She arrived
in Europe—as did several other
wives of t Persians — a
few days before Dr. Mossadeg’s
expulsion order to the British.

Ross is still obviously distressed
at having to leave a country and a
job to which he was deeply at-
tached, but he is optimistic that
negotiations. "a be ry ee “

ry —L.E.S.

Dollars And The Atom Bomb



THURSDAY, OCTOBER 25, 1951







World Population Rises
Over 800 Million In
Fifty Years

THE world’s population has increased by |}
826,000,000 since the beginning of the present}
century, half of this total being contributed | Me
py Asiatic countries, according to a statistical
study made by the World Health Organiza-| ¢
tion. In addition, the study shows that the| $
world population has nearly quadrupled in
the last three centuries and that two-thirds of
this increase has occurred within the last
century alone.

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This comprehensive study, which appeared ' ¥
in the WHO Epidemiological and Vital Statis-
tics Report under the title “Growth of Popu-|%
lation in the World”, gives the world popula-
ticn in 1949 as 2,378,000,000 as compared with
1,552,000,000 in 1900. The daily net addition
to the world’s population is estimated to be
eearly 60,000 at present.

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251%
Ot the 52 countries listed, only one—the
Republic of Ireland—has actually shown a
c_erease (7%) during the period 1900-1949.
There the population went down from|%
3,200,000 to 3,000,000. The largest percentage 8
increase among all the countries listed was
registered in Argentina, where the popula-
ton rose from 4,800,000 in 1900 to 16,800,000
in 1949, This represents an increase of 251%.
Argentina is followed by Cuba (231%),
Colombia (217%) and Brazil (101%).

On the whole, the American continent has
recorded the greatest relative increase dur-
ing the past fifty years. The WHO study
shows that this rise amounted to about 112%,
the 1949 population being estimated at
320,800,000 as compared with 151,000,000 in
1900. The rate of increase has been slower in
Europe than anywhere else. The population
of Europe rose only 36% (not including the
USSR) during the half century under review.
Estimated at 288,000,000 in 1900, Europe's
population had grown to approximately
392,000,000 by 1949.

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What is today the USSR had a population in
{800 which was less than half as large as that
of the rest of Europe, but in the past fifty
years around 74,000,000 have been added and
the USSR at present has a population of
200,000,000. The greatest increase in Europe,
outside the USSR, was recorded in Italy. Its
pcpulation rose during the period in question
from 33,400,000 to 46,000,000. In Oceania
the population rose 100% and was up to
12,400,000 in 1949, while in Africa the per-
centage increase was 41. Ths African popuia-
tion in 1949 was estimated at 197,900,000 as|«
against 140,700,000 in 1900.



HALF OF INCREASE IN ASIA

Half of the world’s total increase has been
contributed by Asiatic countries alone.
Although some of the smaller countries, such
as Indonesia, the Philippines, Thailand, etc.,
rccorded increases as well over 100%, the two
large countries, viz., China and pre-partition
India, increased relatively slowly at rates of
approximately 30% and 49% respectively.
Yet their contribution to the total world in-
crease is almost one third, though some of the
population estimates are not always reliable.



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The WHO study also shows that the world
population has nearly quadrupled in the past
three centuries, rising from an estimated
945,000,000 in 1650 to approximately 2,378,-
000,000 in 1949, The most rapid growth has
been principally, in the past, among Euro-
peans and their migratory descendants on
other continents. The factors contributing to
this were presumably the settlement of new
lands, scientific and industrial progress and
developments in medical science and tech-
nology. But, the study adds, “the latter factors
are no doubt at work among the non-Euro-
pean populations. For instance, the period of
accelerated rates in countries such as Egypt,
India, Pakistan and Indonesia has occurred
much later than in the West.”

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UNIQUE IN

Fellowship
To The Editor, The Advocate —

SIR,—Permit v space in your
valuable columns to encourage a
hand of comradeship. and under-
standing among our fellow. ceun-
trymen of tis island. In the very
near future, we will be wending
our way .to the Polls to Elect
Representatives for our different
constituencies, and despite the
failing and short comings of the
past, it is time that we search the
inner chambers of our consciences
to elect candidates of integrity,
vision, and regard for a fair share
towards one and all alike, regard-
less of whom that representative
may be.

In these days of peril, financial
strain and hardship, there is indeed
no need to think in terms of
hatred, racial discrimination, and

personalities for each and every «

one of us to some extent in our
daily walk of life are feeling the
pinch of the shoe. From the past,
however, we should realise that
we have fostered bad relationship
one toward the other, but in order

resolve for the coming eva to make
good the wrongs of yesterday by
our good thoughts and deeds of
today and the future. We are
all sons ef this our native land
regardless of our station in life, our
class, our creed, our colour, and
truly as we look around. us taking
inté Account the blessings extended
to us by our Heavenly Father, as
compared with storm and. tempest,
and the political strife of neigh
bouring countries, we — should
truly “decide to reform ourselves
towards making this little island
comfortable for each of “us, that
by our example, others too would
follow. All of us are longing for
» better world in which to live,
but we must first begin to help
ourselves. towards this attain-
ment. Education alone, nor science,
nor accumulated ‘wealth cap do
this; irue comradeship and broth-
erly love only can find a way,
Let us then begin with our small
island: This land is beautiful, let
us by our business, our politics,
ir economics make our existence
itiful also.

Thanking you for your space,

Yours faithfully,
HOPEFUL

Sweet

A gleam of light in the murky
British dollar export picture: on
sheer merit alone, and on “cus-.
tomer demand”—not big adver-
tising campaigns —British liquor-
ice sweet sales are booming in
American shops.

Three firms > have captured an

estimated 60 per cent.-of the
American market.
American manufacturers say

that though they have tried and
tried they cannot get a formula
like the British favourites.

Says one of America’s largest
wholesale sweet distributors, at
New Haven, Connecticut; “Britain
offers us a unique product in
colourful, bright packages, with
more flavour and tasting much
better than the American pro-
duct.’

* 7 ae Me

And British prices are the
same as, and sometimes lower
than, the American, in spite of
tariffs and transport costs.

Another big distributor says :
‘We have mot handled = any
American liquorice in two years.

It just is not as good as the
3ritish.”
Shopkeepers ask for British

liquorice, although nobody tries
to “push” it, and across the
country customers want to “buy
British.”

Crowning triumph came when
three of America’s biggest chain-
store businesses: started stocking
Dritish liquerice,

Cost of Loaning
BANKERS meeting in Chicago
were practically unanimous that
leans for business ventures are
going to cost the borrower quite
a bit more in the days ahead,
Bank loans are at an all-time
peak, £7,150 million, up £1,400
million.on a year ago.

Reds still Lag

EXPLOSION of the
Russian atom bomb suggests,
says William Laurence, special
writer for the New York Times,
that Russian progress im atomic
weapons is far slower than
America’s. He says that the
United States has tested “at least
ten and probably more new
models of atom weapons” —and
more are about to be tried out in
Nevada,

second

By comparison, Russia has Some people can’t even buy soup | {t
tested only one new model'in the meat at present prices, and I’m
past two years, strong evidence not going to take the bread and
that “Russia is considerably be- butter away from your children.”
hind in the production of fission-
able material.”

Without a Song
TIN PAN ALLEY, which rose









Japs Again

IN THE EXCITEMENT over the
Japanese Peace Treaty, the Ameri-



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to the occasion with plenty of can dinner-wear men wore}|{ DELIGHTF UL HARVEY s
songs in both world wars, has frowns because of the rising|}}}

not produced a single one for the Competition from the Rising Sun./} SWEETS HKRISTOL
Korean war. Says John Howard, , Now they have been joined by|{

an authority on the history of the sewing~ machine makers.|} Baby Foods (Strained) SHERRIES
music: “America has been grow- Japan is said to have grabbed Turkish Delight

ing up fast. The answer is that, already 25 per cent. of the|}} Sharp's Toffees

in times like these, nobody wants American domestic market with|} ©. A. Cigarettes- Bristol Full Cream
to write a war song, sing one, or Cheap machines, = oe Bristol Milk

Embassy Cigarettes
Churchman’s
Carr’s Sweet Biscuits

=e) et cnt Gold in Main-street

BUT the big-money men are
getting a lot more interested in
the little-money men. Sponsored



Cost of Fining
DEALING with 12 trivial cases



in the Long Island city magis- by the New York Stock Exchange, ER RUM

trates’ court — they ranged from American business is starting a FOR EN GY i

lighting a cigarette in a tube nation-wide census to find out J. &. R. Bread There is nothing better on
railway carriage to obstructing more about share-holders, who Anchor Butter the Market.

the pavement with some crates
—magistrate Charles Murphy im-
posed fines as low as 6d.

Said he: “Things are
tough just now. Many
are finding it difficult to
both ends meet.
a day's pay

they are and just what they own.
And Keith Funston, the new
president of the Stock Exchange,
has a strong hunch that when the
peopie returns are in. it will be found
make that Main-street, not Wall-street,
It is hard to lose owns American business. '
attend court, American Column

PHONE GODDARDS BEFORE
A PARTY !!

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THURSDAY, OCTOBER 25, 1951 BARBADOS ADVOCATE ‘ ' PAGE FIVE

ELECTRIC CORP. INSTALLS RADIO TELEPHONE
At Plant And In Vehicles |

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THE BARBADOS Electric Supply Corporation has Co cil Co ider Bill Ic
recently installed a Pye 2-way V.H.F. Radio Telephone ' ' T

system at their plant and in certain of their vehicles. Encourage Fishing Industry

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~ - Stewart, Assistant month and that it was safe to say |
Ma'ns Engineer of the Company that the amcunt of time saved in THE LEG'SLATIVE COUNCIL on Tuesday began
' . oe he cooues hs ole cares te " uble by the ser - consideration of and referred to a Select Committee the
instant radio ‘contact. with ‘their about 80% “The Penste ter aeat, ne Bill te Poe nee the Fishing Industry of the Island
Service Car at any. time of the explained, was that when the ser- The object of the Bill is to consolidate and amend the
Gay cr night and thus speed up vice car went out on a trouble existing legislation for the promotion of the fishing;
maintenance work. He said that call and arrived at its destination, industry.

the engineer on duty apart from ihe man in charge of the car re- The Hon'ble the Colonial Sec- supposed to carry out.
being able to instruct the Service ports back by radio ;to the Com- retary moved the second reading The Bill was drafted with the

Car wh may be out on a job pany on his findings and if neces- of the Bill and pointed out that assistance of the Fisheries Offi- ee as Oe ae

can also Givert it to further trou- sery special instructions are given i's origin dated back to 1950 cer and the Director of Agricul- | favourite tobaccos. Sis
bles elsewhere afterwards. to him. when the Fisheries Advisory Com- ture, people with expert knowl-} blends to choose from—
At the Company there is a te'e- When he completes this job, in- mittee reviewed certain ‘aspects edge of fishing in the island. He! every one a balanced

phone operator on duty 24 hours stead of returning to the Ccm- of the report in Barbados on however did not see why a
a day, so that there is always pony he gets directions which take ‘isheries made by the Adviser on “moses” or any other boat. should
someone on hand to receive him to any other trouble in any fisheries to the Secretary of not be brought under the head-

blend of Vintage leaf





THE remote control unit is install trouble calls. These calls can be other part of the country. State for the Colonies. ing of fishing boat,

of the Company. The operator ragga yy? Tarte C ton ye ccmmunicated to the engineer on The Pye equipments operate on In that report. it was recom- He said that he had no knowl-
. y rec g a trouble call cuty wherever he may be, by very small wavelengths which â„¢cnded that there should be en- edge one way or the other

from a consumer, prior to relaying it over the radio to the Service means of the radio, andi the en- ce not be reteived on ordinary “uiries with regard to loss of of the fishing industry, but he

Car. gineer can in turr in- yadios. The total equipment in fishing boats at sea. The Commit- felt that there could be a de-}

3 structions to the service car, alse use by the Electric Company com- tee agreed to the recommenda- fAnition of fishing boat to cover |
by radio. prises a fixed station, remotely tions and advised that an enqui.y every possible boat as long as it)

7 e ° ° ° re oo Z bile _. Should be held whenever there caught fish for gain.
Wounding Suit Fishing Fleet W ill Less Trouble prepay lg. bls < yrpon pet ig was the loss of any boat at sea. Hon'ble R. Challenor agreed |

ene in the service car,





= ke The system, he said enw. ght obile ane f that the definition of fishing boat| j
m ‘ Be Smaller This rhe system, h aid, hes beer cther mobile in the car of the Sea Egg Boats wag rather loose, but he did not ey
in cperation now for about a engincecr on duty A , aie a
Ismisse . . 7 ? Pye r Hon'ble V. C. Gale enquired think they were in a position to; ‘se
Year Than Last Y éar Whether “moses” boats and, other move any amendment }
Mr, H. A. Talma, Police Magis- a 7. ; small boats such as those used A Definition

in catching sea eggs should have Hon'ble G. B. Evelyn said

ras Bo r Fewer fiying fish boats than last f
trate of District “A”, yesterday to go through all forms of regis- that the Bill was supposed

cismissed a case of wounding on year wall ce iwuncned during we
i‘s merits brought by Henry coming flying ash season wuich 1s
Walkes against Carlisle Morris expected to be m good swing by
45-year-old manager of Wanstead, â„¢G-November. ;

St. Michael, Mr. DL. W.° Wiles, Fisheries

Counsel for defendant Morris Officer, said yesterday that during
was My. E. K. Walcott, K.C. After Jast season quite a number of ily-
the case Walkes appealed at the ing fish boats were lost that have
bar. Both sides—defence and Met been replaced while there
prosecution—brought witnesses to Were others badly in need of re-
give their account of the ‘alleged Pairs which the owners could not
wounding, repair,

Henry Walkes told the Court “The reason for the boats not
that on October 6 about 4.30 p.m. being repaired and replaced is that
he was going home when he saw the boat owners have not found
Malcoim Alleyne who asked him it possible to meet the incre ed
to go with him to see Carlisle cost of material and so had to
Morris who had some back pay for Make a let alone,” Mr. Wiles said.
him. He averaged the island’s. fishing

They went to Morris and while fleet at.580-exclusive of pot fish
Alleyne was talking to him Morris 4nd sea egg boats. Of these, only
cuffed him three times and three were new boats. At one
knocked him down to the ground. fishing seasoi there were as many
He tried to get up but the defend- as 620 boats in the water. i
ant took out a knife out of his | At present, there are about six ONE of the mobile sets in the service car is operated by the service
getty, Pag «lie haggle nd Scalise Tegal ey atch yl Seti man who is seen in communication with the Company's telephone
between his fingers on the left fish. Mr. Wiles said that fish usu- _°P¢7tor.
hand. ally come in fro Grath-ess.

He had no chance to retaliate but there was ication of
for when he got on the ground where the fish would come from

' . e
another man—Alonza Russell of this season. The maiority of the More Die of Pneumonia

tration as in the case of larger a
boats which went fishing far out oe Sor Me Gnseds of Be Aah

t) sea. tng industry. The fishermen

As far as he could see! the de- Were & deserving lot who lived
finition of fishing boats was a hard life and it seemed a
rather loose and he would be him as if they were bringing it
glad if the Hon'ble the Cotonial rules and regulations which
Secretary could enlighten him as were not encouraging to the
far as that was concerned, industry.

Che Hon'ble the Colonial See- Tion’ble Dr. C. H. St. John said
retary said that the Hon'ble Mr, that they did not want to kill the
Field might be able to give more Bil!. He suggested that it be
information than he with regard sent to a Select Committee in
to the meaning of the term “‘fish- order that they might confer
ing boat" as the Bill was draft- with the Fisheries Of..cers to get
ed in his department in consul- first hand information on the
tation with the Fisheries Officer, matter

Hon'ble Mr. Field said that He then made a motion to that
although the Attorney General's effect which was agreed to. | ;

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Department was responsible for The following were appointed
the drafting of legislation, it members of that Committee:
must not necessarily be taken Honbles Dr. A. S. Cato, K, R.
that they were responsible for Hunte. Dr, C, H, St. John and
the policy which the Bill was F. I). Field,





T.N.T. says:—















“TONO is the pee daily drink

for growing children,
Wanstead, St. Michael—attacked boats would have to be launched i Fohie rich deliciousness of tes tn,
him too. Alleyne made a state- before he could have said whether Th Y ‘ . 4 edients —milk, cocoa, sugar an
ment to him and he went with there would be a_ prosperous 1s ear— Oo ‘Mahony carne wheat, and, last but not
him to the defendant, season, east, the unique TONO flavour-



Malcolm Alleyne said that when ing—all make it the really popular

PNEUMONIA has claimed 165 deaths so far this year,

he first went to the defendant fo m . : aaa.

his back money on October 6 he WHARF GETS Phis figure was obtained from the Department of Medical dally milk ration, ti h

(Morris) told him that before he Services yesterday. Chiefly of virus origin, it affects both for the here tnd + ~ They

could get it he would have to NEW CRANE adults and children. It usually starts with influenza symp- love it —and it's good for them ‘
bring along a witness with him. t

E \ 3g seek hiatal b “ .y — hot or cold."’
Sometime later he saw Walkes and Another hand crane is going up toms and leads a protracted course for a period of approxi

‘ they saw the defendant going on tne Pier Hgad | beside the pene ae as Six ane 7 , ee
across Wanstead Road. Walkes Wharf, opposite the. recently ren- Pd Mahony, Director © ‘ ° 7
spoke to the defendant who gave ovated bond. Messrs. DaCosta and Medical Services told the Advo- Ursuline Convent





a knife out of his pocket and cut Engineers were screwing down ,.,, bran os itt | Ghee. och tnt.
him between the fingers on the the trunk of the crane to the base- SPORE OF NEES ALS eee?

him three cuffs which caused him Co., Ltd., are having the crane oertieent She eaten quires veer |
to fail to the ground, erected chiefly to. be used in load- in ea the and prolonged peat General Cert.
While Walkes was on the ing barges. with puncheons of einen gantnar ‘ne een tee '
ground the defendant pulled molasses. the Director advised as ‘soon as Results CHOCOLATE MALT & MILK BEVERAGE
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f =
ent going to bed and seeking medi- Following are the results of the Gen- —. - Za
left hand, ‘ ment yesterday. T'he new crane ¢qj “advice. There are certain 4! Certificate Examination at Ordin- | .
Pulled His Shoulder ‘means another berth barges modern’ drugs which are reason- %% level of the Ursdiine Convent.
In making his defence Morris when loading molasses. ably effected. standard for a Credit in the old School
said that while he was going There appears, he said, to be a “nie ape eee eeeenas dace
across Wanstead Road on the date VE greater increase in the ' number atin ° in Englis - pICTURE of the main fixed station at the Company.. This is un-
in question Walkes pulled him OPEN RDICT of cases this year than last year French, rie ee attended, and remotely controlled from the Mains Department Office.
by the shoulder and told him to . RETURNED IN nig iy type m wee as Ee ELMAR, r. — Passed in 1acripture, "
: . e °F x NV » ete e malish nguage, n sh \terature,
Fey Ae ikes aa, Coakiea ATH INQUIRY % ona ee ee ———
, § ; ‘ ‘ ‘ BOUCAUD, K Pacsed in Scripture, = >
him by the shirt thus tearing . ‘4 eve ‘ Hospital Medicos English Language, English Literature {
his shirt end vest. He held ; An open verdict was returned Speaking about staff movements 4nd Art Gaskin Promoted
. y a nine-man jury to Coroner | Se hee : D CHALBAUD, N.—Passed in Scripture, .
Walkes oe oe a io 7 7 C. W. Rudder at District “B” rts ‘ ae = far ps k English Language, English Literature,
round and he saw Walkes had a rf ‘ eal Aes Mahony said tha - Leacock, History and Spanish : ‘
Pnife in his left hand. He eventu- eine. ican gag Surgeon Specialist at the Hospital eCURWEN, D. — Passed in Scripture, Co Inspectorate a of
ally got up off the ground. re Chacles: McConney . easter ot be leaving = Narenpee er ' ae lates, Languade,| |) Fasten erature ie. gecpsine Wid 1 Geakil 45
en ll ; “Me c we - An aprointment has been made to ">; a a, «s Pan s : . ation Sergeant . Ge
on Bove nite in Rima” walle oe Village, St. Philip. was concluded. {11 this post on Mr. Leacock’s de- Gish tarerave, Knalith Liteetue are. ‘who enlisted. in the Barbados al WEATHERHEAD'S
were on the groufid. He never had ieee < oe spot peor parture Mr. Leacock has been ory, Bioloay and Art a Police Foree on See a SEE US for wholesale prices THOSE GERMS
a ; > the motor car M— was involved Surgeon Specialist at the Hospita! . . —- Passed ip Sori * 1935 has been promoted to the oe ee
* Saati tke eet on the case in an accident on Stepney Road since Ist January, 1948 when he Rea S SADEARYS, English Literature rank of Inspector. oe aan? of Te
at, A : oa on July 27. Carl Fields and Lyle arrived from British Guiana. LA TOUCHE, C Passed in Scrip- 14 he was promoted to the rank’ +,
Pein Walcott #aid that no doubt Greenidge who were also in the It is understood that Mr. Lea- ture. English Language, English Litera- of Jxance Sergeant and in July Sparklers—10 in a pkg.—12c. PARADING f f
ese two—Alleyne and complain- : 7 “ll » leaving Bar- ture. and History ion neler t and assombs
car were taken td the General cock will shortly be leaving Bar a English 1949 he was made Sergeant a
ant Walkes—set out to see the ; ; Ane Boa U.K NAVARRO, M. Passed in English *** : district. Stations. evil on the Side Walk ee ‘ '
defendant with ju in their Hospital after the accident. bados for the Language, History and Spanish served at many district Stations. ee ihe ust a Few Drops of JEYPINE—ond that’s the end of Germs!
ene a purpose in their A post mortem examination re- Dué¢ to arrive from England “NETTO. .M. Passed in Scripture ed and Green Matches : Eee
mind. The story of Walkes was .-jieq that death was due to to-day is Dr. C, B. Vaughan who English ‘Language, English Literature | j1, i; now in charge of District e pstairs and downstairs, for bathroom and lavatory, sinks and
not upheld by his witness Alleyne. : Eades is coming out to take up an ap- #4 History “@” Station, Other promotions JAMES PAIN & SONS loors, trust Jeypine to keep the home safe from infectidn.,
Walkes said that he fell to the Shock from multiple injuries. : 5 r r NIEVES, M.A. + Passed in Scripture, . . Large Works—for Publi
, 2 pointment as a Medical Officer at ragiish Language, English Literature are Sergeant Louis Marshall FES WOEms fOr FUDIEC igypine is powerful and pleasant too—you never tire of its
ground but he did not show how the Hospital. Dr. Vaughan is a and History. number 352, to the rank of Display : ,
he could have received the blow Ca ai n On Barbadian and Old Harrisonian. | PAYNE, G. — Passed if sBaripture, Station Sergeant. Sergeant 117 Peacock Plumes efreshing pine fragrance. Add a little to the water when
between the fingers when asked mip . & He was Barbados Scholar in 1943 Fnalish ape, Bholis ‘Merature. Fitzherbert Bancroft to the rank Rockets—Coloured ‘eaning — there's safety {n Jeypine!
to do so by the court, Bad Parkin and after a short ete % "na PERKINS, A, — Passed in Scripture, of Station Sergeant. a —Blectric
rington College, left the follow- Enwlish Language, Enwlish Literature, » Bright
‘ : 8 ing year for England to continue MOCK. G, — Passed in Knglish Lan- Cpl. 333 Eustace Sealy has been » Whistling INSIST =
Child Dies Suddenly wate ee Branch of | the his wees. os i aeoes will be yinge, English. Literature, History and promoted to the rank of Sergeant. Roman Cancles—- Colourca i
olice has started a campaign accompanied by his wife. — Art Others are Cpl, 387 Conrac eb-
Tyrone Clarke, 2-year-old boy against en = oo ya nn: setae tus medion ie ¢ lett, and Cpl. 184 George Kell- Lance workks—Mepiwy ON
a ie » cars severa r the side- pec € ° ; 7 as - an. So y § '
yesterday at his ame + et a ge ig ey one Pee eel the Hospital to full estab- GETS SIDEWALK two constables 382 Lyle, does Jet Wheels a
Mertem examination was per- to ie vocate: “This lack of cers ® ce te ee 3 and 294 Francis Yearwoo a evil Among the Tailors en ee ; -
formed on his body later during thought for other road users lishment—that is, ix. J.abourers were working on the jeen made Corporals. Jack in the Boxes } On Sale 2t KNIGHTS DRUG STORES {
the day by Dr. Charles Manning causes great inconvenience for window-by-the-sea opposite Jem- Monster Fountains J
who attributed death to pneu- other motorists. It is just as easy motc‘s Lane yesurday. About sis oe Mines — are
monia. to draw up near to the gidewnlk TWO POLICE WOMEN masons were on the job mldicig Witches Cauldron A 9 a
as it is to stop two or three feet a six foot side walk which when GHUTNIN . Mount Pelee ms Rada es et f ls . Ly Le hon ee) a
. ” ‘ ~ . re 8 - WM (¢ *rackers
Caribbean ony Gb auaiai wa buble ta con WITH C.LD. eda d will give a good fron GlG ii Ng eae Ba _ cna: apie eines «.
oe operate in putting a stop to this al at vy two Policewomen One man told the Advocate yes-| , < Golden Rain, ete ab
Commission Meets bad practice, Se ae Syvestioné terday that the work is being sh a a USE a
° dan Tiekartme 2 ece 2olice- ne by the Public Works who . These are only a few kinds.
tion Department, Receritly Police- co y for } hx fn ; ‘ waThT Ge}
nm St. Croix 6 i ¢ : . ri » who was have hired workers from the ' There are 50 kinds to choose > \\
f Can. Constructor with the. ieasolocetion ‘sed Passport ‘Transport and Highways to do the i from the smallest at 4«. oo i URIN A « lLiGg X s
The Thirteenth Meeting o: : Office was transferred to the necessary work. each to the Largest 18/- >
the gg ce oe Leaves Today Srp. es eee _ , hen the sidewalk is completed eellability oS a ech. a IN THE CHECKER BOARD BAGS .
Commission begins on ‘on- Z ‘eens la .c is Police- the rear end of the window may . ~ “pe
day, October 29, in Christian- The motor vessel Canadian Con- = ‘The other at the ore ms mee , ange t , : a better BRUCE WEATHERHEAD : m H. Jason Jones & Co,, Ltd—Distributors
Is a be " ort for woman Carmen Nurse who has be changed up to give Bw
a ee eee wae age Nye rd Taal, beer with that department for appearance, Meanwhile hawkers ) me ;
of the United States, and is the past four days loading mo- been w } — tive, still visit the windows and on Limited B d St t b
expected to last until Novem- lasses for Canadian ports, 1s ex- sometime nen a they nate jane ‘duvet fishing nets can be - ar roa ree nn he nk RO
ber 3. pected to leave port on her home- she is giving a B : seen spread on the ground drying. ==) B



| ee

Held in St. Croix on the in- bound voyage today. The Com- herself.

vitation of the Governor, His | gtructor is consigned to Messrs
Statistics. Adviser Due Saturday











Excellency Morris de Castro, i tin & Co., Ltd.
this meeting will be under the Gurdines Austin





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chairmanship of Mr. Ward M.
Canada, Unsesd atee’ (Ge: Nelson. Due Tomorrow ey
Chairman of the Commission, The C.N.S. passenger-freighier a N ARRANGEMENT has been made with the Canadian Gov :
oe onal pr eee Lady Nelson is expected to arrive * ornment for the secondment of Mr. M. C. Cougle of the sure of gettiny
x. re i ‘
T his at Barbados from Montreal, hali Ceonomics and Statistics Section, National Revenue Depar!ment, @ strong, smooth
vie . ic a) in a . wets 3 ss a
hccling "of os ‘ee oF ee ee ae wage “ ‘) Barbados for a peried of three months for the purpose of flexible and - BAS TS
“4 . 0 n Islands ay. ; K I :

At the same time, there will She will discharge cargo and establishing a Statistics Branch in the Income Tax Department co above all -
be special reports, and the | take passengers from here before | an@ sdvising in the preparation of statistics and their interpre- | 534 reliable slide
Commission will be called upon | jeaving the same night for British — tation,” “2 <3 fastener. Look
oo Seren sn ee ermine eet Guiana via Trinidad, Grenada and Mr. Cougle is expected to arrive in the Island by Trans- a for the name on We have some new ones

take on them. St. Vincent. She is consigned to









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LASSIFIED ADS.

TELEPHONE 2508.



PERSE A PSN Seen
Boos. ‘bose! Sees. ANNOUNCEMENTS
@agements, and "nm Memoriam notices is ae







$1 50 on week-da,s and $1.80 om Sundays
for any number of words up to 50, and
3 cents per word on week-days and
@ cents per word on Sundays for each
additional wart,

To mect numerous requests of our
customers, we have opencd a section
for custom made shirts, pyjamas, pants,
shorts, ladies slacks, boys Clothing ete.
Having at our disposal the facilities of a
modern factory we are able to offe:
Prompt services at exceptionaily reason-
able prices.

Reliance. Shirt Factory, Shirt Depot.
Palmetto Street. Phone 4764.

10.10.51—19n.

FOR SALE

For Births, Marriage ¢r Engagement
annouvneements in Carib Calling the
charge is $3.00 for any number of words
up to 50 and 6 eents per, word for each
additional word. Terms cash Phor~ 2508
between 8.30 and 4 p.m., 3113 for Death
Notices only after 4 pm.







THANKS



Mininum charge week 72 cents and







96 cents Su™days % words — over %&
words 3 cents a word week—4 cents a
word on Sundays:
HUTCHINSON: We the undersigned
desire to return thanks to all those AUTOMOTIVE

who sent wreaths, cards or in any
way expressed sympathy with us in
our recent sad bereavement occa-
sioned by the death, of our Mother
and Grandmother Agnes Hutchinson.
Doris Jordan and Family 25.10 51—In



: Austin Station Waggon (1951)
urder 3,000 miles. Apply:Eckstein
age, Bay Street. 25.10. 51—4n

CAR: One Prefect Ford—Good Tyres
and Battery, engine sound. Contact:
N._ ©. Proverbs, Lowlands Plantation
or Dial 8638. 2A.10,51—3n

CAR—7 H.P. Austin, 4 doors. Apply
to O. H. Seale, or Phone k
20.10.51—6n.

aetna 4 pein see ; ee ae =
THE GLEN: Furnished apartrnent call | 3,000 Silas teder eke the island.
8273 24.10. 51--3 | Bhone—2032. 14.10,51—t.f.n.







FoR RENT

HOUSES





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CARS: Two Hilman Saloons 1961
PERSONAL models very little used and condition
ike new. A Hillman Saloon 1950 in
perfect condition. A Hillman Estate Car
(Station Wagon done only 8,000 odd miles
sj Fa excellent condition. Austin A-70 Saloon
NOTICL A-1 condition, Austin A-40 Saloon under
arias nuk, A-1 condition Morris Minor
This serves to notify the general public | S4leon perfect condition.’ Singer. Sports
that I do not hold myself pusporeiiie for | Model, repainted and in nice order. COLE
any debt or debts contracted by afiy-~ & Co., Ltd. 25.10.51, 4
one in my naine without a writ o piihhtid, ib cen 4... ee
Sed Ge ade ten order | “FORD PREFECT: P-333. In good condi-
GABRIEL GONSALVES (Junior), tion. No reasonable offers refused. Con-
“Osterley”, tact: King, McEnearny’s 23.10.51—4n
Max jell, Ch h. ie Pa eee oeetenakes atts, en nn

24.3°.61—-2n ELECTRICAL





The public are hereby warned against RADIOS: One Phili

J 1 : ps 10 Tube Radio,
giving credit to my wife NEILPIE} Lovely Cabinet, in perfect condition— also
BFOWNE ‘nee KNIGHTS) as ? do not! One Philco 9 tube Radio. They both look
hold myself responsible for or anyone like new, and performance is unbeatable
else contracting any debt or debts in| No reasonable offer refused. The Standard





my a unless, by a written order Agency (B'dos.) Co 14 Swan Street,
signed by me 3620 ra 2n.

McCLELLAN BROWNE, i : eee

Villa. Rd, Brittons Hill,

St. Michael, FURNITURE
25.10 .51—2n =
CABINETS — “Filing Cabinets: Just

(ialanieaiiendeiei, received, néw shipment Roneo Filing



Cabinets—4 drawer, foolscap size.

f

them to-day at T. Geddes Grant Ltd.,



Bolton Lane.” 20.10.51—6n.
= FILING CABINETS: Safe Cabinets
with combination 3 ft. by 6 ft. $150.C0

Not forgetting a good stock of New Fil-
ing Cabinets, Desks, etc. At Ralph
Reards, Lower Bay Street.

FLY 25.10.51—3n
LAA MECHANICAL
“TYPEWRITER: Portable Olympia Type-

writer, Big Type. Hardly Used. Contact:
Cc. O'Dowd, Wm. Fogarty.





Enjoy the hospitality, com-
fort and thoughtful serv-





ice which have made PAA good working order $60.00. At Ralph
a Beards, Lower Bay Street.

first choice” of veteran 25.10.51—3n
travelers the world over. MISCELLANEUUS



BORDERED SPUN SILK:— Crease Re-
sisting in 34 lovely designs and colours.

NEW YORK



Visit in time to get your share at
Via San Juan or by connecting air- KIRPALANI 52 Swan Street tee an
lines from Miami. Reduced 15-day, Se
round-trip Excursion Fares now in CP=PE BACK SATIN “RIBTA"; A
effect from San Juan. “M. rehal" Fabris Ceertion, Can be ure!
Both Sides in Wait) Creo. tworal Blue.
All PAA flights to New York Dark Green. Visit KIP.°ALANI, 52 Swan
Street. 25.10. 51—1nm

now land at Idlewild Airport
instead of La Guardia Field,







a eer, FITTINGS—Twin 20w

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Daily flights—non-stop service from
San Juan. Special 1%-Day Round
Trip Excursion Fares now in effect.



. sizes, for all types
No refill necessary,
until used, COURTESY GARAGE. Dial
19,10,.51—6n,



ST. CROIX LODGE STONE WORKS
ST. THOMAS LODGE HILL, St. MICHAEL
¢ " Supplies of Block Stone, Crusher,
Frequent flights by swift Convair- Broken Stone, Quarry concrete and Mari
type Clipper*. Convenient depar- ete. Dial 2972. 24.10.51—3n
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a limited

You can now “‘fly PAA’’ to
EUROPE, SOUTH AMERICA,
AFRICA, MEXICO, the FAR
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Street.

Tyre Company, Trafalgar
2696 . 23.10.51—t.f.n.



STOVE: One (1) Second hand Wood
and Coal Stove in perfect order. W. A.
Medford, Ltd. 24.10.51—3n

SAFES—"Steel Fire
can supply from stock Samco Safes in
various sizes with combination
apply to T. Geddes Grant Ltd.,
4442,"" 2.10.51—6n.





For 22 years the leading
international airline—PAA
was first to link the Amer-
icas by air, first to fly to















TOYS: Large selection sof Toys in-
cluding Bicycles for 2 vei old, Tri-
all six continents. eyeles for 5 years old, and Bieyeles for
8 years old. Not forgetting XMAS
For resercations, see your mae Le Riad Call: Ralph Beard, Lower
, Bay Street. 25.10.51—3n
Travel Agent or 7 [TED
WORLD'S HELP
ame oe oe nee GENTLEMEN—T wo (2) Gentlemen

Sate (white) to share double room and board.

21.10.51—3n



Apply in person to

3 Lodge Stone Works,
Lodge Hill, St. Michael.

24.10.51—2n

TEACHER—For “Naparima College’.
Wanted at the beginning of the school
year, January 1952, University graduate
master qualified to teach French up to
end including Higher School Certificate
grade. Monthly Salary—$200—10—250
with maximum of 275 for graduate with
High School Teacher's Diploma, Starting
salary determined by teaching experience .
Apply with references. Principal, Napar-
ima College, San Furnando, Trinidad.

25.10.51—6n

MISCELLANEOUS

PAN AMERICAN

WORLD AIRWAYS

DaCOSTA & CO., LTD.
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‘Phone 2122, (After Business

Hours 230%)














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JUST ARRIVED !

ALL SOLD

Call and see them at your Gas
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avoid disappointment BOOK your
a future



WANTED TO BUY
CABIN TRUNK — In good condition.
2032. 25.10.51—3n

WANTED TO RENT
Seaside House on the Crane Coast for
month of November. Ring 4893.
21.10.51--t.f.n

order TODAY from

shipment



NEW SHIPMENT—





WANTED TO RENT

Senside House on the Crane Coast for
the month of November. Ring 4893, or
Ring 3113, lan Gale. 21,10,51—t.f.n.

PUBLIC NOTICES

Ten cents per agate tine on week-days

The President and Members of the
AARKONS MYSTIC CLUB

Remind you of their

DANCE

at the Drill Hall
















ON
aah nf 12 cents per agate ing on Sundays,
,- ® y
SAUNA ee ‘nintynum charge $1.80 on week-days
: and $1.80 on Sundays
Music by Mr. Clevie Gittens
Orchestra
SUBSCRIPTION — 4/- NOTICE
Dancing 9-3. o—o Admission by The Estate of

MARGARET ANN JONES,

deceased,

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that al)
persons having any debt or claim against
the Estate of Margaret Ann Jones who
died in this Island on the 29th day of
October, 1950 are hereby required to
send particulars of theif claims duly at-
tested to the undersigned, in care of
Mesoers. Cottle, Catford & Co., No. 17,
High Street, Bridgetown, Solicitors,

invitation
23.10, 51—4n







: The Barbados Aquatic
; Club

NOVICE TO MEMBERS







among the parties entitled thereto hav-
jing regard only to such claims as we
shall then have had notice of, and we
will not be Hable for the assets or any
part thereof so distributed to any person

@
} Notice is hereby given that
, in accordance with Rule 8
the Club will be closed to
§
4
/

Members on FRIDAY,

October 26th from 7.30 of whose debt or claim we shall not have
‘ , “4 ; f K ik had notice.
i o’clock p.m., or nocK~ And all persons indebted to the said
* Out Water Polo Finals and estate are requested to settle their in-
) Dance idebtedness without delay.
4} 2. arder af the Committee Dated this 27th day of September, 1951
) by order of the Com ’ VIOLET VERONA JONES,
4 E. P. SPENCER, PRINCESS LOUISE JONES

Secretary. of the Will of

decd

| Margaret Ann Jones
‘



BARBADOS ADVOCATE



PUELIC SALES

Ten cents per ayate tine nm week-day:
and 12 cents per agate line on Sundays,
charge $1.50 on week-days
and $1.80 on Sundays

W.I. Regiment
To Be Reactivated

(From Our Owe Serrespondent)

GEORGETOWN, Oct. 18
|



Plans are well under consider-
ation for the re-activation of the
— West Indies R
and it is hoped that proposals for
its establishment will be prt into

action This was by Brigadier

A. Coslly F, Jackson, Command-
ing Officer of the Caribbean
Forces who arrived here yesterday
for the first time to inspect ‘the
Local Forces. If the Caribbean
aoe ot = Self-Govern-
ment it now clamours for, said
the C. O., then one of the most
important phases will be that o!
self-defence. Such self-defence,
he added, would naturally be the
fee:| TeSponsibility of a military or-

ganisation like a B.W.I. Regiment.
It would be necessary he also!
pointed out to get a foree com-
prised of local people from among
whom, so long as th were of
merit, selections would be made
for Commissions. There was to
be no colour bar, selections being
based primarily on merit.

The Brigadier could not say
definitely whether the proposals
would become a reality as the
question of finance had. to be con-
sidered. If established, however,
he assured that the could
then be followed by West Indians
as a career. He hoped something
would soon be done about it, as!
the matter has been under ac ive
consideration for some time.

18 Killed By
Methyl Alcohol

ATLANTA, Oct 23.

Eighteen persons were killed
and two others in a critical con-
ee Tuesday after drink-
ng eg liquor composed of
methyl aleohol and water.

All but one of the fatalities
were negroes. The Grady Hos-
pital’s cmergency facilities was
taxed to the limit by what was
termed the city’s worst case of!
ynass ‘poisoning Gn_ institution's
records,

The hospital had twelve vic-
tims in bed for treatment of the

——

Lovely House with 3 bedrooms and all
modern conveniences at Rockley, Graeme
Hall Terrace, Dayrell’s Road, All of
stone construction.

One large “House! with App :

REAL ESTATE |
|

sq. ft. of land at Navy Gardens: Very
— for a large family as a lovely
ome.

One jarge stone building, divided into
3 large Flats: Also out buildings easily
convertible into small Flats: standing
on App. 40,000 sq. ft. of land: Within
% mile of Bridgetown
locality.

One large spot
Gibb's, St. Peter. App. 5 acres, excellent
building sites overlooking the sea. Also
Spots of land at Maxwell, Ch. Ch.

For further particulars Phone B. A.
BROOKS at 8335, leave your Number ang
I will contact you. 23.10.51—4n

in excellent
of land situated at



cation to the tenant.
will be set up to public competition at
our office on Friday, the 26th of October,

1951.
CARRINGTON & SEALY.

9.10.51—6n.

No. 60, Roebuck Street. A stone wall
dwelling house and business place stand-
the

The above property will be offered for



ing on 2932 square feet of land. The
bettom Floor is used as a Grocery and
Hardware department and the two floor
as a Residence,

For inspection apply on the premises
any day except Sundays between
hours of 12 to 5.

sale to public competition at our office
a Street on Friday 26th October
al p.m.
For further particulars and conditions
of sale, Apply to—
HUTCHINSON & BANFIELD,
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The undersigned will offer for sale by

Public Competition at the office of Messrs|sftey effects © from sonsumi:
Cottle Catford & Co., No. 17 High Street, : SS on ee.
Bridgetown, on Friday the 2th day of|lethal highballs. Seventeen per-

sons were admitted for treatment
Tuesday. All but two were re-
leased after their stomachs were
pumped out. Two victims were
dead on arrival.

Others were brought in yes-
terday and last night as they

October, 1951 at 2 p.m.

ALL THAT parcel of land containing
by admeasurement One rood Thirteen
perches situate at Chalky Mount in the
parish of Saint Andrew, Together with the
chettel dwellinghouse thereon which was
formerly used as the residence of the
Head Teacher of the Chalky Mount





School,
"a G. B. EVELYN, were seized by nausea and the
King's Solicitor (Ag.)|} blindness that accompanies

23,10.51—3n methyl poisoning.
Survivors of the poison drink
AUCTION spree said they — paras
oacieeumnel’ beniniin Tea ki See. eaeo . DOctlemeers, ‘our
UNDER THE DIAMOND persons have been booked on
HAMMER suspicion including one of the
victims who staggered into the
1 HAVE BEEN instructed by Mr. J.| hospital with abdominal cramps

St. Hill to sell by auction on the spot
on Thursday next the 25th October at
2 o'clock, parts of his house at Tweed-
side Road, Carrington’s Village, It is a
shop 1x10 wits ched and a house 20x12.
Bui co be removed. Terms cath.
D'Arcy A. Scott, Auctioneer.
20.10.51—4n.

Need To Resist U.S.

HONG KONG, Oct, 22.

Chinese Communists prepared
to talk peace but their broadcasts
stressed an intensified war.

Peiping Radio said the entire
nation is preparing to celebrate
the first anniversary of Commun-
ist China’s entry into the Korean
war October 25, with a mass dis-
play ot patriotic fervour and a
renewed pledge to fight “Ameri-
can aggressors.”

Vice Premier Kuo Mojo said the
“donation drive” since June has
netted sufficient funds to buy 2,481
planes for the Korean front and
added “There is no phase of our
national life in which the cam-
paign to resist American aggression
and aid Korea is not a prime
factor.”

—UT.

GOVERNMENT: NOTICE

REGULATIONS FOR BRITISH COUNCIL
SCHOLARSHIPS

1. The British Council offers scholarships to overseas students,
tenable at Universities and other educational institutions in the Unite i
Kingdom.

2.
ready successfully completed university degree courses or who have
equivalent professional qualifications.

and swollen eyes.

Attorneys for those held said
innocent pleas would be entered
on the grounds that the whisky
was bought from a_ wholesale

of its lethal contents. The whisky
cost 50 cents a pint, one of those
treated said, UP

Truck Drivers Halt
Milk Delivery In U.S.

NEW YORK, Oct, 24.

Truck drivers’ strike halting de-
livery of fresh milk to some
12,000,000 persons in three states
was called on Wednesday by five
locals of the International brother-
hood of teamsters A.F.L. Mayor
Vincent Impellitteri called the
walkout a “menace to the health
and welfare of millions”, A Union
spokesman said the walkout halts
some 5,000 trucks which
make home and store deliveries.
Areas affected include New York
City, Long Island parts of Con-
necticut and northern New ae:





eet neediness





ing attachment to industrial firms, hospitals, and non-academic institu-

tions. .It should be noteti that facilities for postgraduate study in music { :

and art are very limited and are not comparable to those that exist
for candidates in other subjects. Preference is given to candidates
between 25 and 35 years of age.

3.

approved course of study, a

4. A full scholarship is intended to cover all expenses of main-
tenance and study, and includes fares, fees, personal maintenance, a
grant for books and apparatus of £10 per annum and approved travel-
ling expenses in the United Kingdom. The maintenance allowance
varies between £25 and £35 monthly, according to the seniority of
the scholar and the place in which he is studying. Where scholars are
in a position to do so, they are expected to contribute’ to the cost.

5.
Council Representatives overseas.

6. Conditions of Tenure.

(a) A scholar must spend the whole of his scholarship period
in the United Kingdom and must undertake to return to
his own country at the end of this time.

(b) A scholar may not take paid employment without the
consent of the Council, which will be granted only in
exceptional cases.

(c) A scholar must follow the course of study approved by
the Council and abide by the rules of the University or
other institution in which he is placed. ‘

(d) Scholars may not bring their wives or families with
them to the United Kingdom.

7. Method of Application.

Further information and application forms may be obtained from
the British Council. ‘Wakefield’, Whitepark Road.

These application forms must be completed and returned with
supporting documents before the 16th November, 1951.

Candidates recommended by the local selection committee wil!
be required to supply five (5) sets of all documents and a medical
certificate of fitness.

A candidate who has previously applied for a scholarship must
make his second application in full.

8. Method of Selection.

A local selection committee will consider applications from resi-
dents in Barbados. The final selection will be made by the British
Council in London from among those on the short list

25 51

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THE AGREEMENT IS
A MASTERPIECE

—-SAYS BRYAN

A Political Meeting was held at ,of their kind.

Laynes Gap, Brittons Hill, last/people support the rich and let

night by the Barbados Labour{the poor people support their

Party in Support of the candi-jown.”

@ature of Mr. M. E. Cox and Mr,

T. O. Bryan for the parish of| He made a_ special appeal to

St. Michael. Women. He has been convinced

. from the beginning that the

Mr. Bryan said that the last}women are going to swing this

tim2 he svoke %& them was injelection one way or another,

1948. He thanked them for the the

support they had given him and

Mr, Cox,

I say, let the rich

next candidate,
told of some of the work done by

Courtesy In The Air

When H.R.H. Princess Elizabeth
and the Duke of Edinburgh re-
cently flew from Engiand to Can-
ada on board a B.O.A.C, Strato-

cruiser commanded by Captain
Oo. P. Jones, on arriving over
Gander Aijirport, Newfoundland,

their aircraft was No. 2 to land.

Suddenly, however, Captain
Jones saw the four-engined air-
liner ahead of him change course
and circle off to the north, and at
he same time the Traffic Control-
ler at the airport told him that ne
was now first to land.

The other aircraft proved to be
Princess Margriet,” a K.L.M.
DC-6 carrying the Persian Prime
Minister, Mr. Mossadeq, and his
delegation from Teheran to New

also for the confidence they had|the Party and said: “We are] York.

in the Barbados Labour Party. |determined fo make the _ Pine After landing at Gander the
He said that St. Michael was a | anothe' Belleville or George}P.O.A.C. Captain thanked his

metropolitan parish therefore it | Street.” K.L.M. colleague, Captain Bik,

was not necessary to give them
an outline of the work that had
been done for the parish in the
House of Assembly. He supposed
that in passing it would not be
amiss to refer to a few happenings.

“The Barbados Labour Party
has built itself a record of which
it can be proud”, he said.

He said that the Barbados
Workers Union put over a master-
piece of work in the sugar agree-
ment signed by the Barbados
Werkers Union and the Sugar
Producers Association. The Bar-
bados Labour Party, having
foremost in their minds e
welfare of the people, has pro-
ceeded along such lines as price
control and subsidation. He said
that if they would for a moment
compare the prices of essential
commodities in Barbados with the
prices of these commodities in the

B.W.I. Sugar
Imports

LONDON.

more than twice as much
from the British West: Indies

don. Imports from British Guian
however, were off slightly.

August totalled 57,983 tons,

For the first eight

U.K. Doubles Aug.

The United Kingdom imported
sugar
in
August as it did in August, 1950,
according to the latest Board ot
Trade returns published in Lon-
a,

U.K. imports of B.W.I. sugar in
as
against 24,930 tons in August, 1950.[
months of the] \
year, the total imported from the

for unis courteous gesture in allow-
ing the plane with the Royal pas-
sengers to take precedence.

MAIL NOTICE

Mails for St. Vincent, Grenada, Trini-
‘od and British Guiana by the R.M.S
vdy Nelson will be closed at the Gen
‘val Post Office as under :-—
Parcel Mail and Registered Mail at 3
pm. on the 26th October, 1951, Ordin
the 87th





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1951.





MONTREAL, AUSTRatlA, NEW
ZEALAND LINE, LIMITED
(M.A NZ. Line)

S.S. "Port ADELAIDE” is schedule
© sail from Hobart September 25th,
lelbourne October 4th, Sydney October
10:h, Gladstone October 16th, Port Atma

cther islands such as Antigua,]8.W.1, is 234,987 tons, as against] October ee nek moe aoa
rj g { ‘ : ’ ia be

ey Will find & Nast difference. }260,637 tone in the correspondini jin ‘ang Sacbades November Sth
peric oO 90, I addition to general cargo this
Relax With Pay Wri vessel has araple space for chilled and

hile British Guiana’s sugar}iercd fren cargo,

They had managed to get holi- | exports to Britain were down tree Cargo accepted on through Bills of
days with " Th. Pass A . 50, t Loading for transhipment at Trinidad to
ay} ' pay. is means that] 2,599 tons in ugust, 1950, ©lbv.tish Guiana, Leeward end Windward

2,574 tons in August this year

the workers do mot only get two
figure for the eight-month peri

weeks holiday for relaxation but
“This is unique throughout the | tons.
length and breadth of the British
Commonwealth.” He invited them
take « walk to the Belfield,
Pine @& Bay housing areas and
“what ycu will find?”

“You will find comfortable
houses with water etc. and the

Cuban
in August,

imports of
67,341 tons

suger,
1950,

the
rd

was up from 51,215 tons to 54,474

The Board of Trade figures also
reflect the huge increase in U.K.
from
to
199,484 tons in August this year .
or more than three times the total!

Iss
for further particulars spply—
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DaCOSTA & CO, LTD.,
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COURT OF ORIGINAL
JURISDICTION

Judgment for $110 was given-by
Judge G. L. Taylor in the suit of
Bulkeley Ltd., St. George versus



Jim O’Neale of Harmanyille,
Christ Church at the Court of
Original Jurisdiction yesterday.
Bulkeley Limited brought a claim
against O'Neale for $110, saying it
was due and owing by hiny for

work done by them or theif ser-
vents or agents at his request.

The work was done on August—

29, and September 1 and -2—last
year. The nature of the work Was
pushing down trees with a “04
bulldozer, dozing land and plough-
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and good of the people. A STEAMER sails 24th October asrivey B'dos, oh: Movestbar ips.

He sometimes wondered if
people have ever given a thought
to the progress of Barbados from
the slave days to the present day.

Terrorist Killed

SINGAPORE, Oct. 24

A man believed to be one of the

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GODDARD MOVES OVER
TO FASTER WICKETS

(By FRANK

MARGAN)
SYDNEY, Oct, 24.

THE WEST INDIES CRICKETERS have been practic-
ing “secretly” in Sydney before the official start of their
Australian tour in Newcastle on Friday. The team follow-
ing the direction of Captain Goddard, have forsaken the
famous Sydney cricket ground practice pitches for those

of Cranbrook College, priva

Barbados Wins
Swettenham
Trophy

The results of the Swettenham
Cup, 1951, have just been received
from the British Guiana Rifle
Association, who control the com-
petition that Barbados has won
the Swettenham Cup for 1951.
Barbados won it in 1950 with tne
score of 767. Barbados has there-
fore won the Martinez Shield and
the Swettenham Cup, 1951, and
bh team will be leaving on Sunday

4th November, 1951, to compete
in Trinidad as a_ shoulder to
shoulder Competition for the
Anchor Cup. If Barbados win

the Anchor Cup, 1951. they would
have won all of the Intercolonial
Cups shot for within the Crrib-
been in 1951.

The results of the Swettenham
Cup are as follows:—

First — Barbados Ritle
ASsociation

Lie ek Ne te ks
Mr, McKinstry, T. G. .......
Capi. Neblett, C. EB. ........ 98
et REID oe Be alee heen vy
Mr,Roberts, T. AJL. ........
Mr, deVerteuil, M, R. .......
Major Walcott, O. F.C. ......
Capt, Warner, C. R. E. .





te suburban boys’ school.

Although Goddard has given no
official reason for the switch it is
believed to have been made with
the intention of keeping the real
strength of the touring side a
secret. Goddard is believed to be
concerned over the number of
spectators including many Austra-
lian Testers who watched the
team practice on the Sydney
Cricket Grounds nets last week.

Owing to the presence of the
spectators Goddard did not give
his men a real workout but moved
to Cranbrook, Another reason
for the wicket’s change is that the
Cranbrook pitches are much faster
than the S.C.G. wickets.

Most Australian critics agreed
that fast Australian pitches com-
bined with the speed bowling off
Lindwall and Miller may mean the
difference between a Test victory
and defeat,

Star spinners Valentine and
Ramadhin—already regarded with
some awe by Australians who
have seen them in action in two
“picnic” matches—also need prac-
tice on faster Australian wickets
after the English season,

The Ferguson Headache

The performance of slow leg-
spinner chunky Ferguson in two
“picnic” matches gave the West
Indies selectors a headache. he-
garded as the team’s “third string”
spinner Wilfred bowled splendidly
in Saturday’s Ferguson testimonial
and again versus the Prime Min-
is.er’s Eleven talking seven for
94. His “bag” included the wick-



765 ets of Test batsman Neil Harvey,
Second--British Guiana Rifle 1950 Austratian and = captain
Association Lindsay Hassett. So far however
WR Bea Su Boss nde os 100 Ferguson's inclusion in the side
Bers OE SNe ee o's 98 for the first Test seems doubtful.
Mr. Wight, M. A, .......... 97 Ferguson also distinguished
Mr,..Alleyne, F. H. ......... 96 himself in other fields, With
ee Ms Ma vis brivis sages 94 Walcott who gained much publici-
Mr. Greathead, H. B. ........ 92 ty through his aptitude for sleep-
Mr. Cyril, W. S, ............ 1 ing anywhere at anytime
Mr.- Smith, D. B. .... 66.45 86 Ferguson has taken all the lime-
_.— light in the off-field activities of
754 the West Indies team.
During the North Sydney Oval
Third — Jamnica Rifle testimonial match to benefit the
iation veteran scorer Bill Ferguson, Wil-
fred spent 30 minutes acquiring
Mr. Shaw, N. H. ........... 95 the reputation “King of the Kids”
Mr. Cridland, B. N, .......- 94 jy signing nearly 150 schoolboys’
Mr. Waddington, G. E, ...... 92 autographs.
Mr. Saunders, A, .,...-..55; 91 Ferguson gained further prom-
Mr. Machado, B. .......... 90 jnence due to his liking for Wild
TP; BROOO Ta i eee ey 89 West magazines.
Major Paterson, F. L. ....... 89
My, Cocking, S. E. .......... 86
726

Trinidad and Br. Honduras did
not shoot.

Dr. Qyril Gittens
Back On T'dad
Track

(From Our Own Correspondent)
PORT-CF-SPAIN, Oct. 24.
Dr. Cyril who some time back
was warned off. the Turf track
after a prolonged litigation will
once again feature in the Christ-
mas race meeting for 1952. His
horses will sport the old time
colours of cerise, blue and white.
The doctor will race Dormay
and Nefari two three-year-old
thoroughbreds, which will be
trained by Mr. Joe Herrera who
for years was attached to Gittens
stables. He leaves the United
Kingdom on December 1 and will
arrive in time ur the meeting,

Inter-Club Tennis

In the Inter-Club tennis
matches which were played be-
tween’ Belleville and Cable anc
Wireless, Belleville won four o
the.matches and Cable & Wireless
none. Qne match was left unfin-
ished.

The results are :—

Men’s Singles





W. Crichlow vs. VY. Roach: 6—3,

4—6, unfinished.
Meu’s Doubles

E. P. Taylor and J. B. Trimming-
ham beat J. Lawless and E. R.
Atkinson 8—0, and also beat G.
D.
Lawless and D. E. Worme beat J.
Lawless and E. R. Atkinson 8—2
also beat G. Gilkes and. B.

Gilkes and B. Frost 8—0.

and
Frost 3—1,
Today's matches

merhayes, Belleville.



They'll Do It Every Tim

typ

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Country Play
City Sunday

Guy Kirton of St. Barnaba# C.C.
who scored his third century in
B.C.L. games a week ago will be
among the batsmen of the City
Division playing against the Coun-
try Division on Sunday next at
Bank Hall. Kirton has been kept
out of these games through an
injured finger.

In. the Country Division Clair-
monte DePeza who top scored with
60 for the Country team in the
first game has turned in 63 for his
club, St. John Baptist in their last
Leeward Division game.

In the first of the games the
Country lead the City on the first
innings but the City selectors have
made several changes in the team
with a view to wresting the hon-
ours from the Country team,

Those taking part in this gare

Pa
?. City Xi E. Reece (Capt), G.
‘Kirton, K. Goddard, D, Crick, G.
Sobers, M. Hope, ©. Chandler,
C. Rudder, T. Hinds, Harewooa,
S. Lashley and J. Blackett.
Country; XE: O. Graham (Capt.),
C. Deveza, L. Walcott, V. Todd,
*, Blackman, E. Browne, H. Millar,
BE. dshaw, I. Bourne, G. Sobers,
V. Belle and O. Russell.
Play commences at 12.30.



rials Postponed

(From Our Own Correspondent)

PORT-OF-SPAIN, Oct. 24
Owing to weather conditions
the first trials in the Intercolonial
Yachting series in Trinidad be-
tween Trinidad and Barbados was
called off. The Barbados crews
with their boats have landed
safely.

Beevrred UE fetint O8e

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Archer May Be
In Against W.I.

SYDNEY.

Another headache for the Aus-
tralian selectors when they are
about to choose an opening bats-
man for the first Test against the
West Indies ig the fact that Ken
Archer scored a century on the
first day of the new cricket
season,

Archer, who is 23, was omitted
last February in the only test
England won. Ken Archer’s most
prominent rival as opener of the
Australian innings with left-
hander Arthur Morris is Sydney
Barnes, 35-year-old veteran, who
has shown good form since his
come-back.

Quite contrary to Archer's
cautious batting last season, he
showed the selectors on Saturday
his fine stroking. With fluent
drives, he scored 104 of Queens-
land’s 174 against New South
Wales. Archer was fourth out
when he was caught hooking
pacer Ray Lindwall. Lindwall
took three of five wickets on an
easy paced wicket

7
Indians Play
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British Guiana
(From Our Own Correspondent)
GEORGETOWN, Oct. 24.

A Combined British Guiana and
Trinidad East Indian Cricket team
will play a four-day match
against the British Guiana colony
side at G.C.C. ground on Novem-
ber 1 to 4 commencing at 11.30
a.m. each day.

The B.G, colony team is J. L.
Thomas (Capt.), G. A. Camacho,
G. Gibbs, Leslie Wight, Norman
Wight, I. Jordan, L. Jackman, B.
Patoir, H. Dyer, V,. Rodney, J.



Allen with S. Seaforth, Neville be

Thomas reserves.

B.G. end Trinidad are meeting
in the Kawall Cup Final which
is beginning on Saturday.





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BARBADOS ADVOCATE

- Education System

Attacked —

ELECTORS ASSOC°ATION _ candidates

for St,

Michael for the coming Gen@ral Elections, Mr. Vincent
Griffith and Mr. A. R. Toppin, attacked the Government's

“horrid educational system of age g

annuation,”

Carrington’s Village last

when the Association held a meeting

and super-
in

night. Mr. Vincent Griffith

who was brought on to the loudspeaker when the crowd
began to get noisy and stones were being thrown, told
the people, “I will fight this question of age grouping and
superannuation until my dying day.”

He said that it seemed that this
election was being fought as a
eclour issue and the idea was
being fostered that because a man
was coloured voters would give
him their votes. “But I ask you
in these serious times when you
need strong men to guide your
affairs, to look at the question
dispassionately and vote for a man
for his substantial work.”

Strong Men >

_ The ever increasing ¢ost of
living could be lowered by stop-
ping from buying from the sterl-
ing area. They were paying too
much to Great Britain who were
buying from Canada and _ other
places and then selling to .Bar-
bados. Faced with this they shad
to realise that Barbados wanted
strong men in the House of
Assembly who would not pander
with the British but would be
decisive as to the people’s rights.

With regard to education, he
said that the old system of educa-
tion was much better than the
system that was being practised
then. He mentioned an instance
of a boy who was superannuated
and whose father had to send him
to Grenada to continue his educa-
tion. This boy, he said, had sub-
sequently made good.

“Is it not a crime of the most
collossal magnitude,” he asked “if
a child born in Barbados has to
be sen: to Grenada to be .ed4u-
cated?”

Before age grouping was start-
ea, there should be compulsory
education. If parents did not
have food to give the children
under such a system, Government
should provide the food.

There should he more accom-
modation, too. He remembered
being at the last St. Giles’ Prize
Giving Day when ihe headmaster
said the seboek registered over 800
boys and told the parents that he
was told by the Education De-
partment he would have to turn
back some of the children. It was
a shame that such should happen
in Barbados. And with this, he
said, there is yet talk against the
great number of make shift pri-
vate schools which were coming
to life, talk against the standard.
“Right was not done by the flood
victims,” he said. “Before Bar-
bados could be falsely generous
to Antigua, St. Lucia and Ja-
maica we should be generous to
those at home.”

He said that the Labour Wel-
fare Fund should not be paid
back in full, but the people should

given a third of that money
free.

Mr. Griffita ended up on the
note that more jobs were wanted
for Barbadian youths and jubs
had to be found. His appeal, he
said, was chiefly to ine women
to the policemen wives,,to the
shop assistants.

Mr, A. R, Toppin recalled io
the people how they had acted
nobly by him at the last elections
and he was looking forward to
their support again. He had ab-
solutely nothing againsp the
Labour Party, he said. It would
be stupid for him to say tha the
Labour Party had done ing
for Barbados, nothing good. But
on the other hand they had not
done all that they could have
done and with the push «with
which they could have dong it.
| There was a Labour propagan-
‘da of black and white, but the
\thing they had to mind was the
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Perhaps one of the busiest
spots in any community around
Christmas is the General
Post. Office and in Barbados this
is no exception. As the great
day approaches thousands of
people pass through the G.P.O
in the Public Buildings caily to
buy stamps and post Christmas
eards wishing their friends both
home and ovérseas “All the Best
for the Coming Season.” This
means more work for all hands
at the Post Office.

The Colonial Postmaster told
the Advocate yesterday that the
staff would be required to work
overtime and other preparations
were well in hand for the hand-
ling of the Christmas rush, which
ranges from the selling of stamps
to the posting and despatching
of letters, packages, posta! orders
ete., with all possible speed.

Three additional
G.P.O. have already been taken
on; two more will come on at
the beginning of next month
and three more clerks at the be-
ginning of December. By De-
cember 1st therefore there will
be eight additional clerks at

=n
G.P.O. Besides this, there :
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clerks

be staff increases among stamp
sellers, porters and postmen as
socn as pressure in these depart-
ments is felt

At present there are
stamp sellers at G.P.O. and pro-
vision has been made for 4
fourth to be added at the be-
ginning of December, providing
an eight hour selling service. A
stamp selling booth has been
added at the Southern end of the
G.P.0. building «together with
posting facilities.

The new Welches Post Office |
will help relieve the congestion
at the G.P.O. as residents in that
area and its surrounding dis~ |
tricts will be able to make use|
of this new service.

U.N : Celebrates
6th Anniversary

PARIS, Oct. 24

French Foreign Minister Robert
Schuman handed the U.N. Secr2-
tary General Trygve Lie the sym-
bolic galden key to the interno-
tional territory where the world
body will open its sixth General
Assembly next month.

The ceremony marked “United |
Nations Day” the sixth anniver-|
sary of the day the U.N. Charter
became effective.

Flanked by U.N., French and ;
foreign diplomatic officials for the |
brief ceremony, Schuman asked |
for the re-establishment of conti- |
dence among nations.”



He said: ‘“‘We hope the choice of
Paris as the seat of the sixth
session of the U.N. Assembly wil
be justified by favourable weather
conditions and that the peace of |
Christmas will inspire the dele- |



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PAGE EIGHT BARBADOS ADVOCATE THl'RSDAY. OCTOBER U. IS1 P I I rut: siiM'i'iii W. I. PRACTISING IN SECRET Education System Attacked GODDARD MOVES OVER TO FASTER WICKETS g shot for within Ml* G Ibn 1951. The results or ihe Bw ell BHha W i Cup are as follows:— Although Goddard has given no official reason for the switch it si UclsVfSM| to IMM !" --II muilc %  •,, MM *>* keeping the real strength of the touring aide %  i • Goddard %  • believed to ba (onrerned over the number of spectators including many Austr.iItan Testers who watched U %  practice ou the f th*. Swetteiih.ii Cricket Grounds neU last week Owing to the preset"I pertators Goddard did not give his men a real workout but moved to Cranbrook. Another reason (or the wicket's chinge is that ihe Cranbrook pitches are much raster .hn Ihe S.C.G. wickets. Most Australian critics agreed th it fast Australian pitches combined with the speed bowling oil Undwall and Miller mat %  itetween n TV-' and defent. Star spinners Valeni HamiHlhln already rogside" with HUM} ;.wr bj Atisl r ili.iIU who have seen Usan hi actloii m tw.> puim matches—also need practice .ii (Mtor Australian wMatll .ifter ihe English season. ELECTORS ASSOT ATION candidates foi St. Michael for the comini; (.eneYal Elections. Mr. Vincent ;e fcroupmtf and superannuation." when the Association held a meellnf* 'n <'nr,ini>ton s Village last night. Mr. Vincpnt (IrlfRlh who was brought on to the loudspeaker when the crowd began to gel noisy and stones were bein". thrown, to) the people, "I will tight this question of age grouping am J superannuation until my dying day." He said that it seemed that thta election was being fought as <> lour issue and the idea was being fostered th it because a man Jourrd voters would give him their voHa, -Hut I ask you in these serious times when von Mr. Robert*. T. A. I Mi. deVerteutl. M. It %  vraicoti arc Capt. Winer, C it. E. .. The Ferguson Headache ._ iir>i day "f n' nc* crlckM '•!! M See, being procti pri Ihrn. II.' mentioned an UMsnM %  >f I boy who waa uppranntwtfit Arrtier. who hi 23, was omilled "H^S ,n ""' r '""' "'"" %  hm L.I February in the only len Crenacto to continue h H„ar i: M pli,nd nt Ken Archei'a moat lton "T 1 b 0 ^"e wio. bod sub.umln veraua the Prime Minptomlnent rival • opener of the 'cciiicnlly mode good. HI laer'a Kleven talkmt 'even tor Au.trullan inning, with lelt.;''*', 0 '"„ c 'J m "' ,h J. !" ?i M. HI.-. I Hie Kickbander Arthur Morria Ui Frdney cltol magnlludc. he DM It n %  -I* of Test batamnn Neil II IA y M ; ,rne. Sa-yenr-old veteran, who ehilit born in Barbados haa to d—British IHi,— mite 1850 Australian and captain haa shown good form aince hi* '* ajftj W More Clerks Taken On Al G.P.O. Perhaps one of the busiest spota In any community nroun'1 Christmas time Is the General Post Oflfcee and in Barbados this is no exception. As the area' day approaches thousands ol people pass through the G.P.O ui the I'ublic Buildings djilly buy stamps and post Chrlstmi" cards wishing ihei. (m I home and overseas "All the Be>t lor the Coming Season." Thl me .'in* more work for all hand al the Post OfTlcc. The Colonial PostmBsUr toll the Advaeate yesterday that the staff would be required to work were well in hund for tha handling of the Christmas rush. r.nge- from the selling to the posting and desoM-rhinc packages, postal order etc., with all |*sible speed. PoBcc Hold EniMiy Coiii|<'tition On 1 oinh Ciliibs A Bo;our Hoed* the mini i t Si. John to |4. TH i equipped • nt there are no future plans for opening more Club*. The i already furctionlng. Ov. growth of the L : Mice Force.! it has been found neceaaarv tot inn separ-i .it, l.. gad tins la now being done I b\ ine Fir.Officer, Major Craig. lommi'-j told the Advweale that they are hoping to purchase a projector to show educational (11ms a*, each club weekly. The Mb %  | Hoys' and Olrls Clubs to ihe Island." is %  .liich will be held by the Police. Firt Prise will be IS the It.ifile iind the .second prize will be one book. Entries will be -i 30 and •ed: Essay Cmnlieadquartcrs. pea er^a; a —i %  !/ I'or a radiant thine Order yours now BALYNA CRICKET the most perfect indoor game AssswUtkMi Mr. BUttea, .1 A. Mr. Yong. I) Mr Wight. M. A Mr AUeyne. F II til Hidley. R Mr Q1BBUHSHI, II. II Mr Cyril, W s. 1 it Third — I'm %  %  1 Rifle Assoelalkin cited?*' Three additional clerks at G.P.O. have already been taken OH; two more will come on at the beginning of next BsOtnUl and three more clerks at the beginning of December. By le Lindsay Hassett. So far however come-back. aasssss cemlxr 1st therefore there will inn Ferguson'inclusion in the side Quite contrary to Archer's p^fo,^ B c grouping was Hartbe eight additional clerks nt P8 r< ir ihe first Test seems doubtful, cautious batting last season, he ^ tnfIt jnou | d ^ compulsorv G.P.O. Besides this. ttMP -wii uson also distinguished showed the selectors ,,n Saturday ^,,,.,,,0^. if p..rent.-. d.d not be aUff Increases among stamp •W himself in other ilelds Will, his hne stroking. With fluent httVf tooa (0 f|VC he ehudren sellers, porters and poslm-ii a-: '•4 W.tlcctt who gamed much pubhetdrives, he scored 104 of yueensundcr uc h „ rr8 tem. Government 8 ocn as pressure In these departUVessah hfi aatttude tar iVtepland's 174 against New South ^^JH provide the food. mint* is felt hi ing nnywhere at anytime Wales. Archer was fourth out djajn DM taken .ill ilie limewhen he was caught hooking Tne.< should he mora accomAt present there ..re threimht in the off-Held .i.tivitles of pacer Rv Undwall. I.mdwall modulion, toe. He rememberci -^mp sellers at G.P.O. and pnMr. Shaw, N. H Mr. t'1-idluinl. B. N. .. Mr, Waddlnaton, o. E. Mr. S.iundei A Mr. Machado. B Dr. Moody. L Major Pnterson. T. L. Mr. Cocking, S V. Trinidad 11ml Br Honduras not •shoot. laatn. t"ok three of n During the North Sydney Ov d easy pace.) aBX testimonial match to benefit the | v e W rea scorer Bill Ferpuson. Wilfred spen' 30 niumtc* lOOjUlrlni ;'J the reputation 'King of the KMI ''* by signing nearly 150 sfhoolbovs 92 autographs. "1 Ferguson gained further prom n.ence due to his liking for Wild r-0 West inagaiines. Indians Play British Guiana wicketr on an heing at Ihe last St. Giles' Priie vision has been made for Giving Day when ihe headmaster lourth to be added al the bO" ginninK of December, providing a M eight hour selling service. \ stamp selling booth hrw been added at the Southern Ml G.P.O. building together with posting facilitie". 80 R(t 7 M did Dr. Oyril Gitl.ns Bak On T'dad Track Country Play City Sunday Thomas (Capt.). G. A. Camachi. Guy Klrtot. of st. BamabaHt-C. 0 Qibbs, Leslie Wight. Norman who scored his third MOtUJ? In w ght I. Jordan, L. Jackman. B. B.C.L. game* a week ago will 1p, ltnll H. Dve.% V. Rodney. J. among the batsmen of the Cilv A1|[1|1 4llh g Se.iforth. Neville Division playing against the CounT rlom a^ reserves, try Division on Sunday next at B.G. rnd Trinidad are meeting Bank Hall. Klrton has been kept n the Knwall Cup Final which CtkOOl legislcred over 8011 beys and told the parents that he wiu told by the Education Department he would have lo tun. back some of the children. It ssaa a shnme that tucr. should happei. 111 Baibados. Anu with this, he ji.ni or own QsB'iaBiataaSI said, there is yet Uilk against the GF.OHGF.TOWN. Oct. 24. great number of make shift pnA Combined British Guiana and vate schools which were cominjj Trinidad East Indian CrickC team to life, talk againsV the Standard. m will play a four-day match "Right was not done by the flood rlcU w m b^ a blL against the British Guiana colony victims," he said. "Before Bar( ||T)f |1CW service, side at G.C.C ground on Novembados could b.* falsely generous ber 1 lo 4 commencing ;.t 1130 to Antigua, St. Lucia i.nd Jn.. in. mat day, nvn. we hoiild be gen^ The B.G. colony team is J. L. those at home" The quality Urfal Polith lloclar* X IVarggg ffeconifiienri /dmBuk III,II nrl'l/anmiK ll.rlml SKIN OINTMENT StHitll< '. I'tiri/ii-s 1/nil' We are now booking orders for this fascinating indoor game which will give you all the thrills of real cricket right in your own home. Tou set your own field, bowl yourself and hit the ball about the field a* if you were actually batting. Send in /our order now so that it can be sent for immediately with those we already have. CAVE, SHEPHERD & CO., LTD. 10. II, 12 & 13 Broad Street. The new Welches Pof Offlre ) will help relieve the congestion at the G.P.O. as resident' in that I I* surrounding dls-, take u>ie U.N. Celebrates 6th Anniversary out of these games through ar g beginning on Snturda; 1 11 1 O111 i"i Cowpawatnt > PORT-OF-SPAIN. Oct. 24 Di Cyril who some time back injured finger, was warned off the Turf track In tne Country Division Clairifler a prolonged Hflapnon will n.onte DePeia who lop scored with once again feature in the Christb fur the Country team in the mas race meeting for IW2. Hi* lirsl gome has turned in 83 for his horses will sport Uie old time club, St. John Baptist in their last loh.ura of cerise, blue and white. Leeward Division game. Th,. doctor will race Dorm ay in the llrst of the games the and Nefarl two thrcc-var-old Country lead the City on the tint ih-roughbreds. which wHl 1-0 m inn r: hut Ihe City selectors have tramed b v Mr. Joe Herrrra who made several changes in the tca-n tor years was attached to Glttens with a vicu to wn the United oun froni tinCouatry team. Kingdom on December 1 and will tlm1. r the meting. Those taking part In this gnne r: IClrtBn, K. Goddnrd. D. Crick. C In ,he tnter-Club tenms *&. T^. f^""" Stches which ware played be s u^^y >-.d J. Blackett ('•untr\ XI; O. Graham (Capt.i, Dcttia. L. WaU-ott. v. Todd, lllaekman. E. Browne. II. Mtlli.-. F. Rradshaw. 1. Bourne, G. Sober*, V. Belle and O Russell Play commences at 12.30. Inter-Club Tennis 1 ***' .< .'ile and Cable BeUevtUc won foui t'i. nastchei and t'shie ft Wireie** none. One match was left unfli.ItMd The results are I— Men's Single. blow n, V, Roach: 8—3. nisheii. M*.i Itaubles F P. Taylor and J. B. Trimming* hem oeat J. Lawless and E. IE. '.ikmson 8—0. and also beat G. OUkai and B. Frost 8—0. D. *-ORT-OF-SPAlN. Oct. 24 l-awless and D. F Worme l^-;it J Owlnic to %  rMthet condition* Lawless and K B Atkinson 8—^ the first trials in the (nil beal G. GUkea ant B. Yachting series In Trinidad bee—I. twe.n Trinidad and Barbados rt matches are between called off. The pai^dce ereerg sii..thcl.vde and V.M.C.A. at Sumwith their boats have landed merhayo. Belleville. -.il'lv WHAT'S ON TODAY Police Court*: 10.00 a.m. Court of Original JurisslteiL,. 10.00 a.m. Hoblle Cinema rives -how al Plantation V--rd. Christ Church: 7.3C p.m. '. IXIMSB : ULOUC H.l^ r.it anS P • -ii-im m-i-iri i,i-.ai i a • •) 9 %  rtssaa igsilwuaai oasai n O-adUnr IS a B SS 9 %  • n,*/.A i01.ll.ii II \m Km. He said that the Labour Welfare Fund should not be pain beck In full, but the people should Era J "' B m "" MM n^aSftftfij; Mr. Grimt.i endl up on the So'iuman handril th. U.K. !-*! note lh.1 more lob. were anlnl i.ry Central Trs.: Cor Barbadian youths and : „oi bnhc jotdi-n key to th. Intern %  hod to bo found. His anp.-al. he tiui.al HsrltOCJ *'I' %  aid. was ehlelly to the women body will open Its sixth Genet it to the pollctmie;, wives., in the A,mbly next month. ho p assistant... Thf „.„„„,,,. m ,rke.l Unit ••! Mr A. R. Toppin reeallM ;o Nations Doy" the sixth th" |*opl. how they had .eted sary o( the <>• the U.N. than r nobly by him at the last electionr. Decamr efleetlve. „nd ho . looking forward ti. TlMiked by U.N. French d thr .upport „,aln. H. had abloreln 'P' !" 1 omcW for 0* solutely m.ihin wuuthbrlet c -wt-any.. Mw Labour Party. h said. It would for Mn^MMMj*-M of eon i be stupid for him to say that thi dene, amonn nations." Ijlbour Party had done nothing for Barbados, nolhln. good Bui on the other hand th.y had not done all that they could hav-' done and with the push with which they could hav* don., it There we, Labour propaganda nt black and wliilc thini; ihey had to mind wa, th' of the men H. Mid: "We hope the choice of Pan, as the se.1 of Hie six'h session of the U.N. Aien*Iy v.11 he justified by favourable w-uther condlUons and thot the peace of will inspire the dengales of the 60 nations who we hope will beloiiicl by o.hera. IT'S II unobtainable CALL ROBKKT TIIUM LTB. Ai.Ms. 1'HONE:—2229. LATEST ll IV**, HOOh LIST i III BOOKS listed below are Ikose which %  rMh 1 hope in publish In December: I'ilie. shown are only approximate ORDERS should be seat to the ADVOCATE NTATIONF.RY LAW CI-ASSIlCHIMES William Rough.ad. CUMU. HI. d. THE FINANCE ACT. 1851. Butterworth. 12a. 6d HANDBOOK OF CHILD LAW John Stevenson and Laurence Hague. ,th Ed. Pitman. HILL AND REDMAN'S LAW OF LANDLORD AND TENANT. W J William, and M M. Wells. I lth Ed. Bulter.vorth. 87s. (Id. 11.300 page..) THE LAW AND PRACTICE OF TOWN AND COUNTRY PLANNING Montagu Evans, and Percy Lamb. Slapl.s o3s. LAWYERS REMEMBRANCER AND POCKET BOOK 1952. Ed bv J. W. Whltlock. Butterworth ISs, d, OKE'S MAGISTERIAL FORMULIST. J P. Wilson. Butterworth. 105s. MEDICI1\E Margaret Hitch. Tllus. A. D. Bellilios llailliere, AIDS TO MEDICAL NURSING. llailliere. Tindull ft Cox. 6s ANAESTHETICS FOR MEDICAL STUDENTS. Gordon Osllere. 2nd Ed. Churchill. 8*. ed. C ARE OF THE AGEING AND CHRONIC SICK: Birmingham Huapltal Report A p Thomson and others. Livingston.. £J!L L 5. rAr5E A tha H Bowley. Uvingstone. 10s. ed. CHRONIC BRONCHITIS Trevor Howe II. Illus Butt.rworth. 17a. ed. ELEMENTARY NURSING Tindoll s Cox. 6s. Km ill AMI NUTRITION. Livingstone 22s. 6d. THE FOOT Norman C L.ke. Cox 15,. MEDICAL BACTERIOLOGY. Sir Lionel Whltby and Martin "i" 0 S'h Ed. Illua. Churchill. 22s. 6d. MEDICAL DISORDERS OF THE LOCOMOTOR SYSTEM INCLUDING THE RHEUMATIC DISEASES. Dr. Ernest Hitch. 2nd Ed. Uvingstone. 55s A TEXTBOOK OF PHARMACOGNOSY T, E. W.llil. 2nd Ed. Illus. Churchill. 35s TEXTBOOK OF SURGICAL TREATMENT, INCLUDING OPERATIVE SURGERY. Eel by I rofeuor C. F. W. llllngworth. 4th Ed. illus. Livings: -ne. ,0s UROLOGY OF CHILDHOOD T. Twistlngton Hlggins. D H illiams, and D. T Ellison Nash illu,. Butterworth 45s. YOU AND YOUR NERVES. J. H S. Guntrlp Allen I Unwin. 7s, 6. E. W. H. Crulckarnnk. 2nd Id. Bailllere, Tlnd.ll I



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PA OF TWO BARBADOS ADVOCATE THURSDAY. OCTOBER 23 1K1 CcudJb Calling \M\l A s. BRVOEM, M.iamni i* I \ s Ml for %  m a h..i Back to B.C.. M R. J mo •[> Coot %  AvitUon ia A Fit Id %  L A. Gartera! of < I no. ih c.iibbea.. Spent Short Holiday D IM ... .WAN reiun d on Tuesday i inidael and Jai %  Hotel. „ Planter and Turfite M H CYJtTL BARK I Bfli turiitr ,,i S' by B G rtajrkng .it Ine M.mnc H He 'Mi l'arnard. Attending Technologists Talki H i Katun of fl M 3bnH n *blc J \ Mahon of i I lit I, Mr R, r King .i M n. w.itMii t.f Aj ; fl f"t tlritish !' \\ I.A. ID attend I I B.WJ %  line Confcr<. I Slcvciu.un. < %  i i to the Can' 1 1 i i Mr J. Robsaas... i ic Department of Aw rui'.uru. They ..ave both lolt ( %  i by H.W.l.A. New Net Ball Club G l KBATCH, BarNumbei OH lady ntlj formed the ill ChK). On Satur-I .v Octal i i Mth ft dunce will be held I ia* School to ipdl tor UM purchasing of equipment for tiir nc*l> formed dub. Visited Cane Breeding Station L EAVING tor Biitlsh OulfsM n i A ,-*** Dr. I. D. Rnvcr, Dirvetoi n| tin Expr: of Hawaiian I l.trili-i A"iittinii. Mr. Heir, cii.nnii^ii of UM Committee of lh c s In lion and Mrs. Moir. Or (!. vcr nn<| Mr. Molp camo Nk fl %  B W i OaBtral Sugar Cane Brovfltng Station tinmethodi adopted in sugar enne ngrlcuL'tiri, i lhy were staying in tinOcr.n \ i, %  RoUll Aft*r Ten Ygars SACK In a-.rb;ido .iftct n >t \Ultll II IV lltlMMMr B.B.C. Radio Programme a •< a am M MM H n %  Somerset Maugham Looks At The Election Tones Win ?-/ Think They Will (By JON mill !.:%  *: DON I"" l. II . v m PV .!<•• Kl.i R^Mrt. %  l p m l i *w. a..n.< %  W. SBS Pi.. KterU, i> m Has*. N< I B sartloti *>*.< • S* v -,, |ua„, ...nr-rl I<. m IU.IW hv^l. >J a %  %  ..-... H.:IWl.. N|| p o, nwa thr Mii,.i ..:.. it P m KMK .\... wort. ne> am HMM I JIMp •l*Wi" ••!.•>• .Ill fall... U* N-w *%  fiBM-ii nayliM Pr-aTaaaMi Rel -'* i*-*%  < •• ••• wi naato N.wra#l %  ( IK. h.l. *•,. .-,h .ill %  "' %  araw>— W ai raan X a. mu ha '""u|'l I— IHwnBumrnvH •( raaaiu an* -rt-tbt. naa*a o( ^trfttl iiirtttM la l%# t li.rtiM lr '•" i oa UM foUawmt tr.^,. b"n|."i in time far tic OMMrml Klevtaun—but taiihoul a vote—I* the 77-year-old ( author-playwright. S o m e r e l Maugham i an Mr. Maugham nai Mag in aha South of Fr me*. Hi. home, when he re'iiiiain. U thr top floor suite always raarrved for him at thr Dorehaater. Hut If he has luat his vote ha %  H ^imi^ opinions on ahe ElacHe expects th Tories to win. < hopes they will. Me nominate* as the outstanding personality of our time Wlniti Mi l..-. Pcstanu wore %  dres of embossed s.tliii with a .lose lilting basfUea Ol lace, and u full skirt which fell into a flowing train. Her nngcitip veil was held in place with ,1 headdress of tube roses and tUvOi i ;idinnce and she carried a bouquet M white orchids, tube roars and silver i-idiiiiicc. The bridrs -.i-.ti-j nag her only nttendant. The Ix'.-lin.ui was M' S. King, the gKNOftVi inothf. A reception was later hold .it Use bride'* homo on I hud Street. Mt. Lambert. Among the many gtstata who iittendcd DM oaragnony were two sisters of the groom. Mr.. M. Mustor and Mrs. K. Plerrepontp of Barbados. The honeymoon is being spent %  down the islands." Firit Visit B R. and Mrs. Ernest Riltrr nf %  %  the wock-i nd b B.W.I.A. on thci. Ih>t vfatt for i week's holiday BAI HH vTinoaM Hoti i Dr Rlttei i i With the Publto Health I'epartment in C Alto spending n week's h'liday partiadoi and rtaybu .% Ibji Windsor U Dr. Bitter! nloce MUs : an ea Ritur. I'II>M.M ,.I T I.I.. Point-a-Pierre. She arrived from Trinidad by B.W.I.A. on Monday. Military Mission M AJOR LEO GIBBONS, a Barbadian, has been appointed Major of the I'nited States Military Mission. War Department. it Moiiuvia, Liberia. The United inry mission there. %  last year ga Captain of tha US. Army. Alter ggasndUig %  vacation here, lie wont back to ihe UA and v/.is pronuted to tha rank of Major He has been in omcc at Liberia list 27 and ha Bxpo DO there for three years. Enjoyed Holiday A FTr.ll spending tnree works lay in Barbouo:. of Miss Cora Ailajna "t ^ lui.v.' Bl tten'l CI-OSM Roud, Miami Mr. Kenrick Wood of Robert Mi .1. I\>r!-of-Spain. rOtUI iiinidad on Sunday tvrr.mR by K.W.I. A. Mi. Wood, an accountant em) lll>(,| i B ard. waa paying nil Nrst to the island. He told Carlo that he was very impressed by Itl beauty and added that on the whole, he had I very rnjoyable hnlid %  mi: rbrward la raturrung ban %  <.., ggfein. Mr.;. Wood, a sleno-typisi <-: .vlosrs Citrus Orowera Limited, i 1 i.o Ku-augeg to Bari-ados. havini issvaral times befoe?. Chartered Accountant M R. JOHN MIl.l.IKKN. Charlered Accountant o Fit/Patrick Graham and Co. re11'i %  ad to Rrltish c.w, mi ] i i.. nwn log a bv.-ireaa visit here. He was staying at the Mirlne Hotel Expensive Rum I I .. Bridge, on in* OdUkuu r<>soundeo ] rig, the singing of -is and all the fun of a money-spinning dance and cabaret. Hcsulr the Jamaica Hurricane Belief Fund goes up another £50U. Banana handlers at nearby Ercnt.'ord market had quietlv eolMgj fee the Fund (it waa handed over after the hotel show) * retailers, wholesalers and portU market, not to i>r un''lised the affair at the nan singers Louise Bennet Bdru Connor and Peter RlI along, and helping loo was a small band from tha Calypso Club in London's West End.' A buttle of fanaateg nun fetched £18 bj auctaan. it WIJ bouatlt. put up again, bought and link on the spot. And Sir John Hugging, chairman of tha Fund, agreed later it was one of the best nights he's ever had. Does he think the British should take their Communist* seriously" Replies the seasoned tp.ivellei. "the Communists iftaaM be taken seriously in every counti They are a great menace" A television star in his own r.i MI the United States Mr irTsugham has no confidence that C rsonal appearances of party iders on TV will woo the votes raia, p aop k i i !• Uunki will be influenced in their voting by the repetitive restrictions ol 'everyday life, queues, taxes, the cost of living. 1 During his stay here he is buying as Tittle as possible because everything is "so oipanatva." Hi sayi that he has possessed the 'winter suit" he is wearingbrown jacket dark slacks—for 15 years. He does not intend to buy another. He Is perturbed at what he calls 'the very harmful situation" in which our budding wriarr* find themselves He remembers that during his first ten years aa a writer his annual Income averaged £100. On that he could make ends meet. In present day Britain, he says, the struggle, with low royalties and HOMERHET MACGHAM higih costs, is infinitely harder In Their Sixties. "On the fingers of one hand I could count the novelists in this country who can make a living solely from novel writing" Whom does Maugham consider the most promising of our younger writers? With that slight hesitancy of rpee* 1 so familiar to the million! who have seen him In the prole gues to his films, he answers: "The trouble with our younger rHers is that they are all in the sixties.'' And what of the future >f Willi im Somerset Maugham. FRSL, MRCS, IJtCP. Commander of the Legion of Honour, whose fcjwBBl have f >ld more than 2i mJJUon copies? "I'm prepared to call it a day." WORLD COPYRIGHT RESERVED L.E.S. moss wo no ' L 5 fr | r TT r ft WM Rupert and the Lion Rock—13 VM FRUSTRATKO The pretty cashier of a San Francisco steamship Arm was dragged out of the water after I :he had )iimr*d lr.. I Accused of embezzling £14,000 I which went on jewels, a ear, and ipartmcnt. she sobbed to the "1 guess I was too frusi trated as a child." apni ur kVe'vf %  %  rl ir.d irr doing ih< %  mm sNouMtnng ihf:t w*y through ihr *i1lo. jnd h> huitMdlv AT*** rlifdhj kitowirg *hit th*y i pjl tipiot txlow > hide Look. ti-. tvink. Beep heft's rtnk cupboi-d." *Siprr. 4 uKkly I THOSK JAPS Yet aiaui the Japs are maklng news. American flshermeu on the eoest, furious wltl W* • melon for not instituting a high i tariff on Jap tuna fish, arc bytha tinning companies and selling their tuna dirai t i" tin 1 (otisumcr at 23 cents g lbcom j perd artth the normal 65 cent la lb. Result: Moh scenes nmon< %  the housewives. i itji SI (1l i ii %  % %  i. Hi .. : %  %  %  II Thai tnsii ...in .-..-ii^n* SOU, III iil •v n o'' for miii. ruin, (> i i anted no doubt. ::. -r ct. DOG FtMM) Texas Judge R. E. Bibb got Into hot water with the Labour Depart men t i n Washington because he allegedly fed tinned dog food to Mexican casual workers on his farm. The judge indignantly contended that the dog food met all requirements for human consumption, and added : "Why. shipbought by the United States Government to send to Britain under the foreign relief programme." Red-faced Washington officials are checking. i m i • it Uinta 1. It aalong* tn IBJ autlior. ao M> hop* the printer t it. in J. ThUi \>< -iiiaia ouurw dop apt c ..• toe steward. tl S. Dona on iratel. iSi . C*arl)!.%  .-,' %  o It -.'.r Boa I ii. Mar cm tan. • • Uown, tli . ins co< or tnlaSR. i nm: . LmoB. u. : I • x. %  ..: %  OPENING FRIDAY 26th 2.:i(i.i.i.iA.:i(i P .m. and Continuing Daily i.4.t A. a.:io |...... 4 i P f I > Xi;-. /DOWN W lor the DANCE! Barbados Light Aeroplane Club Saturday 27 October Coolest 0/ Beautiful Legs Two Bands South American Rhythm PARADISE BEACH CLUB Door Prize HOLIDAY IN GRENADA For Two MltlS SOMETHM1VG Sil< l\L FOR I \im s &f FLOWERED SPINS — SI" fii MIS In all Shades and Design* BBKKSUCKKR — :ir," J1.S7 I'l.AIN SHUNS — 3" 9 11.14 FLOWEBED SILK — M" @ 1.$1 In Lovt'ly Design* and Colours OLYMPIC SILK — 36" 1? $1.04 &f T. R. EVANS & WHITFIELDS YOUR SHOE STOP.S8 Bl I ICIlO :„ ; ;„. :o Dia | 422(| BIS A M A 'O.VN r a_ <% M. '% DHL 2310 CHICAGO DEADLINE & STREETS of LAREDO SKM-IAI. w.n-n.ia (Aim ansssaa BSSISIII aaNa^osr^ 'uU ^.MSI %  II 0 "— %  "-•** a fc—i cAswnoN ru.. KMOHT A |i taarr n n. R.ia fsssasa nv/\ 2*0, i. All It TB OABDKS — >*T JAMt) l^ST JflOW TODAY I .* p n "MOKsisia Ki\n\im Bob HOPE a "Rl. PASO illn'tolnri John ..vm In iSaa s.as a %  Mai *.r. B p Si -Ta ii.iu. j ,.. M MB I t*un rimoi. BhOWN ami it..i (a Vt>(>i> KMb. CHANT GLOBE TO-DAY TO SUNDAY, -..on & g.sg P.M. DAILY SAVAGE PASSIONS > in lh North' Atlantic PLUS Leon ERHOL m "HIGH AND DIZZY" Sec i-eon CtKl with the HnU Tlkln OfeMUB In Ihe orld 1 Thb I. wow !! IT'S NEXT WEEK REVUEUEVMLLE lft.lt BY MRS. A. L. STIARTS DANCING SCHOOL t'r.rter the Distinguished Patronage of HIS Excellency the Governor Had Lady Savage Wednesday. Jl-t October. Thun>da>. 1st November, at g.30 p m. Friday, 'ml November at 5 ft SJO p.m. Bookings open Friday 20th 830 a.m. to 12 noon; 1.30 p.m. to 3 pjn. PRICES : Boxes and Orchestra 81.20; Houm$1.06 Balcony 72e. (Reserved) BOOK YOl'R SEATS EARLY I iiii'iHi: To-day Only. 4.30 & 8.30 p.m. MISSISSIPPI GAMBLE" wild R iberl Kent — rrancis Lnngford and THE MAGIC BOW" Starring Slewnrt GRANGER Opening To-morrow, 2.:t0 and 8.30 p.m. ROYAL To-day Only. 4.30 & H.30 p.m. Alan LADD — B. I1ATHBONE "THE BLACK CAT' and "BLACK NARCISSUS" Tomorrow Only Ml & 8.15 Eagle I.ion Double "MICKY" and "GREEN FOR DANGER" SAT. S. SUN. — S I". MID SMUGGLER ami ADVENTURESS^ 0 in the "^ ^MUGGIEKS J BUVND -4*D2-i2aS 3iEluillTB.I*.e.l BENTWOOD CHAIRS... and other IMPORTED HARDWOOD CHAIRS > ""IP WISE PIAZA-N At The Barbados Co-op Cotton Factory "BARBARV PIRATE" BOX Y Last 2 Shows Tu-dav 4.30 & Mi p.m. Republic Whole Serial "SPI SMASHER" with Kane RICHMOND To-morrow only. 4.30 & 8.1R "SAVA'JE HORDE" and TH1 AVENGERS" Openlnt SATURDAY Sllh





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THURSDAY, OCTOBFR IS. 1951 BARBADOS ADVOCATE CLASSIFIED ADSAST*-!— PAGE SI \ I N TELEPHONE 2501 Ea-in. V*.,-.**.. De.tn. %  M l IH IU J •>! ku-'naat, t ite . ,.... a... -n Sunday. 0BW*1. Ufa bi any nu ,.,Wr of worSe '"'• *** %  c*r w,i for N* addiu. ml -u.d Tinu ca-h Pticw.* W Balwa*ii %  .i-l p m 1111 (or kraal* MMIM unlT Alter 4 p -m UIXNKS Ml ii ;tis.o\ w. |fci WPO %  .or in an wa *Bpr r *a d •ii.ip.ri-> *iih u* i %  lonM br Ih* death, of our Mother %  i-1 Ctam! mot ha* A|Hn Hiil'lunaon I 10 11 -In FOB UKNT HOUSES M 10 l -. I'l.ltSO.VM. I notify tir general nublar I d %  cm holu in> H II ! %  [""' •-.! or dx.li nlrart*d by afty%  C.ONSAI.VES < Junior i. %  %  MA. H. cti h A.V\OI rm 'KMCVTB MM wr K' i"* ahlrla. p>l %  wrrk* Pol. <**ih I>E etr Having B l tur —m l liw 14. %  WO"" l-rtao we are aMa lo odU.inurr.pt Mmrat M w ri ala w nlH reaaoa%  Ota pTM %  Srltenc* Skirl laetorr. Shin Depot Falnrtta SHrel. Ftione 11*4 1 IS II Itri FOH SAi.r: Hnu<*n cwa>aa aM, Tl c*a %  reait ln' a iai It awd* — .svede 1 teat, AUTOMOTIVE II A.m.n station Wanun ISSH I MM mug* Apply IdutMn Qa.g*fl si,.-.' w I* fl—4rv CAR On* Pnrael For*—Cawd Trra* %  >d Halter*, angle, HUM Otritact: O Prcrrlw. Lowland. Plantation Dial BUB M 10 SIan CUl—1 H P Aurtln. door. Apply InO. H >Nlt. or Phon* SB-SB* M IS l-4Wi CAR IM1 Citroen AI moat new — MO mlara Owner leaving the i.lend i" 1U it 1 11 i f n i M-c | MI %  a %  MM MI a* . . KMiotrni hold ...>wlf r.vponaiblr Iffj HI dettU Ul my nan— gf| \ ; SI Mirti. Mil man Saloon* ISSI little uaed and condition UK* nrv. A Hillnxi Baluon IMO In SlUon A II.IIIIUIII Ratal* Car •UI.-I" Wagon done .....> B.BBB odd mil.. ercalarnt condiuon AuMla A-TO Saloon A I .uadlllon. Attaint A-4B Saloon under At .MKIII Mama Minor Bad II cewt. par **,*: uue Mi Sb-daa* eaBM-iwe* .Ae-p. SI*" aa *r<-i --. IIS on Jh r aaWri MEAL ESTATE Lo**l( Hauae iui 1 brdti Oa* tars* He-aae .itr. App .m •q tt of land at Kav. Clara*..> Ver auiubl* lor a Ursa family aa • BBV*t) One tare* now building. di-bSed 1 large rule A lac out buihBlrtgw aaallt tonv.rtlbkr into im.ll FlaM .landing OBI App anaOD aq ft .f Und Within S mil* of R r idpaaaa m lorallty Oar larsr apol of Ian Cibb a. Si Pater App 1 LXMum iiUi overUioalna! %  ppte of land at Makaell. t,- en For rurtrtrr parUrulara Phone %  A rntXlKS at TO le.%, ,„,, Number H IL4 1 will ronUct you nil 51— *II r am Atae -BBMWBCK-. To Mile mil. V Michael, aundlns on ITMo aauara le-t of land ronuminf open mlleri. drawuuj and dlnliit rooana and two brdrnome Uaual out aAraa Claru-M light and •.alar throughout InapecUon on application to the tenant The above properly %  111 bo ael up to public competition at oar ofneo on Pndnv the Hth of October. IR< I ark SOoat A none wall and buaineaa place Btanduarr feet of land Tne i uaad aa a G.rotry and H JIII ware depart m • Reaidence For Inapt rlMwi apply on the premlar* any day aacrpl Sundaya between It* hourt of II to 1 Thr above proprrty will be uflartd far •ale lo public competition at our offtCr Jamea Mraat on Friday JBtli October FORD PREFHCT: P-m In good c EI.KCTKK Alone Philip. 10 Tube Radio LPaSfJ CaMratt, in perfect condition — alao M Pfiilco %  tube Radio They both loon Ilka new. and performance %  unbeatable N rcaaonabla oflel refuaad The Standard Agency 'Bdoa i Co It Swan SUeei. Dial m t 10 si-In FUKNITUKK CAblNETS "Filing Cabuurti: luit received, ncv/ lhipment Roneo Filing L.ibtnri. drawer, foolarap BUM See them to-day at T Oeddas Grant Ltd Dolton Land.*' a* 10 11-n Lur FLY Enjoy the hospitality, comfort and thoughtful orviee which havs mads PAA "first choice" of vetsran trovslers th* world over. NEW YORK Via San Jiwn of l>y ami-tUng siriiii*. Inini Miuml. Hrttucr-d lS-tlsy. ii ml trip I icuiMin Kara now is sCseJ hom San Juan. All PAA /IfBh's to New York note land at /dtrtrMd AtrfMrl ing'r>ad of La Omirdia Fit-Id. MIAMI Dsfly Bisli San In CAMNETS Safe Cabtneta rombinattan in by %  ft UtO CS lorgriilng a good Mock of Nr-a Pllt'.iiiineU Deaki. etc At Halpn %  Ktnind ST. CROIX ST. THOMAS K toil ii'ii t B ml its ir>' type Clipper-. Cot dinttarjs. 'ill tunv.irnir-nt drparYou can now "fly PAA" to EUROPE, SOI'TIl AMERICA. AIHU A. MEXICO, the FAR I \S| in I-trt. .oinplcfrly around the world. For 23 years the leading internolional airline—PAA was first to link the Americas by air, first to fly to all six continents. For menaltoiu. tec your Tract! Agenl or M 10 SI-On TYPSnvTtTFFJtS Royal aa new 14" .-rringe t>B0 00 Alao I> C Smith u. .--1 working order SBD 00 At Ralph leord.. Lower Bay Strrvl MISCELLANEOUS liDKDt-JtFD -iPl'N RII.K Creaae Re-i-tmg m ;:t kWB) traWgn* .md loluni. I mt In time lo grl vour ahara al KIlll'AlANl 51 N*,.n Stree-t Dial tilt B 10 SI %  -in RIBTA : FL.UORBNC1GNT PlTTlNtJS Twin Mw lilting. >M.|HeUwith lnua. BIHI itarteia •'" WM l-urt* rMah Co Tudor tlreet Dial SOB I M |0 tt , FIRE I XriMil'lslll Its Nu-Swin Quart and 1 gin* .lie*, far all lypea (M lire Hararda N ra-fll I necewaary. until uaad COURTESY OARAGE tlinl 3l. IB 10 51 an mix.i i|d\| itnsk1-nnot MUJ>, si -in HAH Supplkt* of lllock SlJne. Crulher. iSfCea Slona. Qu.m concrete and Marl iDial W.t Jt 10 si -an IMS Galvanlinl na itlty at IV per lb i Compaii). Trafalgar la a limited Enquire Auto SI reel Phone S !• 51 t I n STOVE Out at Bad tap*. %  :-.Il..nl. ltd Second hand Wa perfect order W ** IS Sl14443.• -"Slee-I Fire Proof Safer We ily (ram .lock Sarrco Salra in %  1MB with combination lock*. T Geddet Orant Ltd or Dial 1 10 SI—n I TOYS Large .election ,of To a inchiding Blcyckra for I yaap* ah). T.liiiclea for 1 year. old. and % %  cyclea lor I %  year* old Not forsattmg XMAB i Tree* at M 00 Call R.lph Beard. Lower T-ay %  RreM ,. |0 tl—An WANTED PAH AMERICAN lii.fi//* i/'.'H Its mrosTA A co.. LTD. Brrid Sirert — Bfldeelewn 'PliottP -'I?*!. (Aftfr Buainrsi llnui- iMfi) tlENTLXMEN—Two III O BS M BB S BSI rttNel to .hare double room and board %  I I '-I 11 10 II Jn Apply In K.| Hi R-v.ide. Lodge Shot Lodge lllll SI Michael I 10.SI -In TEACHER-For "Naparlina CoUaffr" Wanted at the beginning of the achool ..ar. Januar' ISBJ. Unlveralty graduate n..i.t.r qualined to leach French up to BOd li1uding Higher School Certificate Brad.' Monthly Sa la I y S3DO I SM -itli matilmum of 171 for graduaU with High School Taacher. Diploma Suiting >-lar > determined b> irachlng riperu-nce \pf>h HI referencra Principal. Napar,rrCo!le*r Ban F.rnando. Trinidad 10 11 --dn MISCELLANEOUS WANTED TO BI'Y CAI1IN THl'NK %  1 <• kssa %  i" ^i %  >" WANTED IO BENT -ailde Home on the Crane Coatt for month of November Ring 4Sfa\ II 10 BI--I f r %  I'lmir Minns Taw .n per opaia Swa a waak-daiv* ~i II 't-.ii p*r apata Hat ow FatMSap*. Mali a Ml iha'pe f I fa) on leavk-dabi tad si BO ea Ihr BirkadiM Aqialit Hub NOW I 10 MEMBERS Noin' fta ih^t in accordance with Rule 8 ihe Club will be closed to Members on FRIDAY. October 26th. from 7.30 o'clock p.m. for Knockout WnT Polo Finals and Dsnco. .mittee. NOTICE MARGARET ANN JONES. oMRBBSa. N iTItE IS HEREBY GIVEN that all penona having any debt or claim agalnit th" ttatale of Miraarvl Ann Jonea who Jied in thla % %  land i>n the SPth day c.l October. IBM are hereby required t.> • end particular, of their claim, duly alS ICE to LIMITED FT Sharaa COTTON FACTORY LIMITED IB Share* BARBADOS FOUNDItY LIMITED £1300 GOVERNMENT HAKRAI>OS. |S| BOND 400 EI JAMAICA J*UBLJC SERVTCE I HFFFHItrn SHARES Thra* aharea will be art up al publli' ucUon at th* OSHC* of M***n Carrlngm a. Saai, i^,,-.. Streot. on Friday. %  II, October. 1SSI at 1 p m CAKKINGTON A MTAI.V I0S1-In Th* urubraigned will offer for aal* U Puaile Coaapotilion at (he offle* at Maaar* Cntll* C.l ford f, C" No 11 llif> tlie.1 r-idgetown. on Prlda.' the SSIh day of A 1.1. THAT part * of I M-j prrchaa altuate pariah of Saint Andrew. Together with thr %  h..ml dwelllnghouar thereon whwh ned aa th* rraidencr ot I Taachei of th* Ch.llo M.i %  afaaal O B EVELYN. King. Solicitor i A W.L Regiment to Be Ii.... lival.d BrasaajaSwgei GCORGCTOWN, Oct. 18 Plsns are well uivder cuTuitctar:'.< %  ir-activation of? Ott' British West Indies Rectment, and it is hoix*d thst propoettls for its ,,!j(,li*hiiLent will be ptu; into action ihortlj. This was disclosed by Brij>dler A c\Ii> r. Jackson, Commanrtin. OrTicrT of the Caribbean Forces who arrived here Y*aruprda> top the Rrst Umo to inspect the Local Forces. If the Caribbean Mn • Area u to have the Setl-Covernment It now clamours for, said the C O.. UMan on*> of (he most important phases will be that o.' cir-dcfcTice. Such self-defence, he added, would naturally be the THE AGREEMENT IS A MASTERPIECE -SAYS BRYAN A Pohu.il Meeting was held ldtynes '.ep. Brittons Hill IfaSl DlKht by ihe Barbados Labpui Patty in support .( ihe can to -ive them •^-^! t iei n l £T BW R^inM-nt. outl,-,,. of the work that bad I be necessary he alsolbeen dons for the parish in Ihe House of Assembly || aupposed poinled out to set a force comprised of local people from among whom, so long as they were of merit, selections would be made for Commissions. There was to be no colour bar, selections being based primarily on merit The Brigadier could not say definitely whether the proposals would becom*. a reality as the auestion of finance had lo be con%  idered. If established, however, he assured that the army could tr-pn be followed by West Indians, for He hoped something i wcllare would soon be done about it. Bs Ihe matter has been undet a urossed an Intensified war. Pekping Radio said the ent istion is preparing to celebrate the first anniversary of Communist China's entry into the Korean -ar October 25, with a mass dlslay of patriotic fervour and a renewed pledge to 'lght "Amerlii aggressors." Vice-Premier hruo Mojo *aid the 'donation drive" since June has %  tted sufficient funds to buy 2,481 planes for ihe Korean front anJ added "There is no phase of our national life In which the campaign to resist American aggression and aid Korea Is not a prime factor." —v.r. 18 Killed By Methyl Alcohol ATLANTA. Oct 23 Eighteen persons were killed and two others in a critical condition here Tuesday after drinking bootleg liquor composed of methyl alcohol and water. All but one of the fatalities were negroes. Trie Grady Hospitals emtrgenev facilities was IgdBatj I the limit by what Wat) termed the city's w.r*t cose of DIMS -poisoning tan Institiitiim s Ifajottli The ho.-plt-l had twelve victims In lied for -r.Mtment of th.iflei I'fltttB lti.ni consuining lethal hlghb.lu.. Seventeen perons were admitted for treatment Tuesda;All but two were released aftci their stomachs were pumped out. Two victimwere dead on arrival. Others were brought in y** terday and last night as they were seized b> nausea and the blind ncss that accompanies methyl poisoning. Survivor* of the poison drink spree said they made purchases irom negro bootlegger*. Four persons nave been booked on suspicion including one of the victims who stiingercil into the hospital wiUi %  bfjurninal cramps and swollen eyes. Attorneys for those held said innocent pleas would inft 1 **"" 1 on the grounds that the whisky was bought from a wholesale outlet iind retailers did tut know of Its lethal content*. The whisky cost 50 cenl treated said. — V.T. laded along such luv iontrol and subsidatmti as price He said lhat if thty would for a moment compare the prices of essential commodities in Barbados with theprices uf these ccnun.dit.i in ni( ther -lands such as Aniigua. Ihey v. Ml ftnd a vast difference Kelax With Pay They had managed to get holtd lys with pay. This means lhat the workers do not only get two weeks holiday for relaxation but they get paid for the two weeks. "This is unique throughout the length and breadth of the British Commonwealth." H uvltfag them .. take a walk In the Iteltleld. Pint O. Bay I... "what y u •fill t.nd*" "You will llnd ct llOUSfM wltti WSMBV etc mid the % %  •curiLr which you en'oy whei. UndloTos," said Mr. Bryan. He said that in his day hr n-.-er imagined seeing such provision. (or school children, such as tolle The Labour Party has I'd it i' icentratlng on Ihe welfare and good of the people li< ..nit-times wondered If people have ever given a thought to the progress of Barbados from the slave days to the present day. He %  otrrstifnaaj wondered if Ihey i.pprec ile the cturage of thett forefathers who travelled out of the Island and relumed to frducatf their people. He said that such action -%.!> %  responsible for Samuel Jacksoti Prescod ami Dr, Duncaal O'Nealc "Today the lorch HghUd by such men has been handed down to our President, Mr. Grantlcy Adams. He of their k %  the rich people support th* neb and lel the poor people support their own %  He made a special appaal to women. He has beet from the beginning that thwomen are going to swing this election one way or another. Mr. Cox, the next candidate, told of POTT* nf the work flfEM lay Shu Party mt said "We avra .letennlne.1 fg make Die 1'nuanother luiievilie or George Street.'' I -K. Doublen Vn::B.W.I. Sti^ar Imports LONDON. The United Kiugdon. Dore than twice as ninth sugar fioin the 111 iti.h Wat) August as it did In August, 1950. according to tlu Trade returns pul don. ImiKMts funii Brit! ciff slightly U.K. Import., of It.VY.t sugar m August totalled &T,W3 against 24.B3U Ion roi the til st fn\gM mt Bl the t.rtal impoittNi fioin the W .M. '. .'i % %  ..!, 1. IfkBg III tile COI I eriod of IAS0. Wnile llntisi: I XI"..tto ll'H.,io ^in 2.500 tons In August, |50. ti 2.574 tons in August this year Ihi i\fun f"i ihi Btttaf mofain pen i up from 5IJII Ions lo 54.*;4 ton The ftotU-d Of Ti..le tgun ..1 it:(b.t the hufi uiipoits of I uii.m sugar, fi b7.34l ions in Align t, IU5U, to fortable w 4H x '" ,s '" Au ,l ,hu >l %  iliac. Uiiee In tnporls fiom ii.. Commonwealth. Dining Use Brat fgjM ITIOIllhs nf ihi>' rrjiorui of t'ub.u J40.OU3 tons, as og.nnst UaVMI ,ons In the nine:. IHIK 1*'l of 1050. been pint, one .f Ui-.... ihat torch aloft. Hut w ilLTt'^CT ciave tt> depend for our support." The Women Truck Drivers Halt Milk Delivery In U.S. NEW YORK. Oct. 24. Truck drivers' strike halting delivery of fresh milk to some 12.000.000 persons in three states was called on Wednesday by live locals of the International brotherhood of teamsters A.F.L. Mayor Vincent Impellitteri called the walkout a "menace to the health and welfare of millions". A Union ipuhfMiiiBii said the walkout halts go.Tie 5,000 trucks which usually^ make home and store deliveries. Aieas affected include New York City, Long Island parts of Connecticut and northern New Jersey. —U.P. He k)ld Ihem that atlul'. Suffrage had been kept away from them by the Conservatives who uily helped the few that they wanted to vote. Todav we feel that every man In Barbados should have the right to say who he wants In the Government. Mi Bryan said thst he feels Ihey will win this election with eose "If you will notice the register, you will sec that there are more people of our kind th; Terrorist Killed SlNl.Al'i'KI A man believe,! lo be DM 4 UV gang of terrorists who atcsd the Malayan HJJJB Oontfl I •loner Sir Henry Gurney was killed on Wednesday h\ troops in a junu" original ambush spot. UK I P mander of in,. Sei.ni.i Ousifna unit which was trackmi: dowfl the killerg said thut three Malayis tried to break through security p fa tha fltsl tOBl Of H % % %  I P state. Two others fatCBptd —I'V '.','.% .:'.'<••'.'*'.'*'.'>'*''*' '''''*''.; PARADISK BF.ACH Cl I'll 0 Nolicr To Mrbrr\ I In accordance with Ml J; 34 the Club will M ffWpl to \ members from 8 p.m. on A Saturday, 27lh October 19 1011 Bn. S ^ %  W<,',*,*X'-<•*-•**'****''''*''***''•* %  ** *' NOTICE • GOVERNMENT NOTJCE REGULATIONS FOR BRITISH COUNCIL SCHOLARSHIPS We bag to inform our Customers that our HARDWARE DEPARTMENT will be closed lor STOCK-TAKING on the lollow.ng days: Tuesday 30th October, Wednesday 31st October. Thursday 1st November, Court'\ In Mir \i.:0URT OF ORIGINAL JURISDICTION WHO II H and Ui %  Maty fl.'w from i.tigmi. • •da on board a BOA • l.mcnl ror f 110 w... crum. ronunanded ) taplM. Ju „.. P. Jon... on %  , ,„ Jim O'NV.i. 1 Pulkelev l.. %  bl a claim t due and owing by him fer work done bv them or their scrGander Airport, Newfoundland. %  %  the four-engc liner ahead of him change course Ih and al '. he same time the Tr.ii!.. ; rf told hi first to land. rh was done on August Margrlet." a K L.M. 2 and Septesriber 1 and last rying the P*mi.m Prime war The nature nf the work *as Mr. Mossadeq. and his uus-im. down trees will 00 from Teheran to Ni %  ffcEdruj land and ploughYork, ing lanreCBHlence. MAIL NOTICE •ita Trim t and nm-ii QUlaaia L> Hie IHI ..II ( %  ,-:--c.l at Ihr Urn ii !',-! Office aa uad*r IMI ami Haai.teird Mall al 3 i"f SSth Orlober. ISfll. •h-dl" "J t" Pt-vinen. •!.]*. pr Mail IS am nn Ih' ttlh BB1 101 pf. %  t..Wr. ISSI SHIPPING NOTICES Th* y it\n:s OF EXCHANGE a rcgtsai .-< %  i pr Oewuea art StTJpe %  : M> %  %  siBI*t Ai OI.il IV MW FSAIAND LINE. I.IMI1IU tat A H 1 lapd %  J i' ADELAIDE' It arhedulet in Mob.it Maplrmber IHh. i). tober tth. S.xlne) Ortohr II h aiadBlana ociuber ISth Putt Anna ..til,. Mth llil.bana (trlabrr Flth. ,, .i rraSlatal -Ooul hu.rr.iWr .. ,1 lt.il.a.1 %  N nn I--. MO. ->n tu general cargo thla ..-.ale apaca Lit tfiil-td and i 10 fppeii rargu. Canto accepted on thi >u|h Bill, of I %  ling for tianahiiiinriil at Trinidad to I MBB, Leeward and Windward i. I. "'" irticulart .uplt iWlltH A t > LTD ant DaTOBTA a TO LTD. Hard. dot. II W I !' W I 1*via and st K 'Frtda.'. SHh m.t The M V c I U TANMS Will accepl f.'ifo aid r.wengertl for Urenada, .ailing Thur.alav,] tn fcjal The MV DAiatWiuHi Brat] .md Peiarngni. lot >nd AruhI | Vincent. Bailing T.waday. SSthf mat > Tlic M > 1 Anllrn.1 -1 • %  Km.. |-r 1MI M ll i •il|.iMll OWNESISASSOt tATtON 'INC 1 I -as zoa. SL'rjndJup go. NKW VOIEK SlUVKi: A -tTXAatlBW .am Swd N | ld ,„ Ini NFW OEM INs SlltVII I A ETEAKIFJI Mtl a mi, txi,^, „ %  I J'lT*'!"" *•"• **'•> "rlnbr. BttlV. A STEAatEH ..II. Ti,, s,..,. i %  %  ci, BSfBrT, li| "ih rtovrmh... ISSI nb*i IBH CANADIAN hrTKVlts. Maata .1 'M. M'l.A I.IISTHI 'K'H I'lU'.SHI >l'IA 11X1 ASUS Sail. %  sEatsal s^„t rath i mn en sth a MIMTH.O. Nil ^——*——^_^—_^__^_ AM,.A l-.^NTD. ,.,|, MM I0BBRI TlliiM LTD. — NEW YOBK AND OVVt ...IIVI1 I • %  'ill Ii* I.ISTA C-O IT". CANADIAN SEKV1CI Ceiltralu. your ihopptng at Iho centrally located Hardware Shop it the corner of Broad & Tudor St.. i I Vlllll FOIiMIIIY LTD. SperialiM in llurdwarr. accordingly PLatNTATIOIVS LTD. ,;',',:','.'. %  >'\IH. PLANTER.. 1. The British Council offers scholarships to overseas students, tenable at Universities and other educational institutions in the Unitt I Kingdom. 2. The awards are mainly for men and women who have already successfully completed university degree courses or who have equivalent professional qualifications Applications will, however,) be considered from candidates requiting less academic courses Involv-, ing attachment to industrial firms, hospitals, and non-acadcmle inslilu| tions, -It should be noted thai facilities for postgraduate study In music [ and art are very limited and are not comparable to those that exist i lor candidates In other subjects. Preference is given lo candidates between 25 nnd 35 veara of age | I. The scholarships are normally for one academic year of 101 Plfpfljtp amiIIW' VOIsT .S/lf>/>//l/X months or for two academic years, according to the duration of the %  approved course of study. 4. A full scholarship Is Intended to cover all expenses of maintenance and study, and includes fares, fees, personal maintenaiue. u grant for books and apparatus of £ 10 per annum and approved travelling expenses In the United Kingdom. The maintenance allowance varies between £25 and £35 monthly, according to the seniority of ihe scholar and the place In which he is studying Where scholars are, In a position to do so, they are expected to contribute to the cost. 5. Scholarships are awarded only on Ihe recommendation of the! Council Representatives overseas. 6. CoruUttotut o} Tenure. (a) A scholar must spend Ihe whole of his scholarship period | In the United Kingdom and must undertake to return to | his own country at the end of this liine (b) A scholar may not take paid employment without the! consent tt th. (\.until, which will he granted only In | exceptional cases. (cl A scholar musl follow the course of study approved by i the Council and abide bv the rules of the University or I other institution in which he Is placed. (d) Scholars may not bring their wives or families with them to the United Kingdom 7. Method of Application. Further Information and application forms may be obtained from the British Council 'Wakeneid'. Whitepark Road. These application forms must be completed and returned with supporting documents before the I6lh November. 1951. Candidates recommended by the local selection eommltlee wIP be required to supply five (5) sets of all documents and a medical certificate of fitness. A candidate who has previously applied for a scholarship must make his second application in full. R Method of S*l< <' A local selection committee will consider applications from residents In Barbados The final selection will be made by the British Council In London from among those on the short list 25 10.51— In WHAT A BARGAIN!! Ill MOl" I.I:\HM: iti HIM it \ Inch GARDEN HOSE at 17c. a foot ECKSTEIN Bay Streot — BROS. Phone 4269 Subscribes and the Public are hereby not.tied lhat the Discharging of Flreworl.. on tho Hastings Itocks i* tuictly forbidden. By Order of the Commit lee O. C. NICHOLLS. Secretary 21.10.51—4n I ni gtvtrn .ii (ii'.utiii to four ,\ -i m i REQI'l Ml Vis fur ihe rOMIM.IKOf? hr rernm-end for lion ihe 1. %  %  II-rioua ...nsld.-r.till-MVS NEWS FLASH MTAMafcY OsatsaONB BRITISH BBsaTPUE STAMP i \ i \l ••' %  > 1*52 • I'reas ButUns fitted la a few sc.Mda io ypMr par. aum ease. etr. JOHNSOVR STATIONERY and HARDWARE MrVMBV IIAIIHIS 42 B.H.P. Heavy Duty 6 cyl Diesel Engine UIIII i in % ion .vim our 3 Ions \LI -IF II. INI I ART'S fUlrd w ill. over-run Brhe* aitd i'neumali< rbese units li.n..I* ..L . r. I I 4 nd provrd to Ihr aal laf art In it nf their i.-.m-r. — b .niiDnral these sjtlshrd ••FBaffg. I.FT IS ASSIST YOU WITH .'OUH TIIA.NSPOItT PROBI (Ithrr Maaae> -Harris Aerliullur I I i|ulpment .i.il.ihl-inrludr-. fiFlisS MiiWli;\\| I.OAIIIKs RAKES %  : v VltNtni I'lMillls WO Si'RUDCKS I II: MI l/l t; i. i ^ i K lit" TORfl It. I i COURTESY GARAGE Mw//w/.v.v///.'.v/.-.v.v.'/.-/..w,y,l o e O M I0 I WM l ^ v/,v,-,'^^^



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CHI UUI, OCTOBER *5. 1*51 BARBADOS ADVOCATE PACE THREE HOUSE AMEND 1945 SHOPS' ACTV% !" !" E A Watchman Is Not A Shop Assistant THE HOUSE OF ASSEMBLY yesterday passed a Bill to amend the Shops Act 194.S, in the light of making recommendations made by the Wages Board established lor Bi idgetown Shop Assistants in 1950. The Amendments are as follows :— 1. This Act may be cited as cigarettes a week. He wu ausT *at Sfto P' lAmendmenl) Act. jesting that if they claim--.. 1951. and shall be read together that tf they had the interest of ^r^ferrS loVSe" $££ ZffmSLT&V^' ^ "l/secilon two of the orinci*.!* <*+. W**. pal Act is hereby amended by Jt r '%,^ CO 2 £?"". T adding at the end of the denni^"P t Clos i"* Art f'd not permil lion of shop assistant'after the r ertt nc * ** **" to shop word -apprentices"; the foUowa'""""^ So when the Hon. inn words— Senior Member for St Thomas "but does not Include any perM,d that they should be paid son employed solely as a careovertime, he must realise that taker, watchman, craflman or they would have had to amend domett ir servant other than a the act again before such poyvervant engaged in the catermeni could be made ing trade.'' 3. Section eight of the prinThe amended Act allowed shops cipal Act is hereby amended— th:.* to remain open on to such hour l was permattible on an ordin(a) by inserting immediately ary closing day when an early after sub-section (!) closing day immediately prethereof, the following ceded Christmas Day and Good Ei-iy*-??*" 0 "* num Frld *y He was quite glad to see -Vfl, .* r.J . —. that they sent down that amendt\ i r tt.1. ..!.. i. ltn rlfTlcs uirmsflvw llke said that the our business Is Dill amended the dellnltion of the day. But it Is ''shop assistant" so as to exclude convenient." The Honourane 9cany person employed solely as a nior Member for St. Michael heard • afrclakc*. watchman, draftsman of the wages, salaries and the or domestic servant other than a difficulty of the tasks, but ho servant engaged In the catering wanted to assure him that even trade. It also provided (by an If that is true, the men are rei.mendment to section 6 of the compensed. When they have to Acll that where an early closing „„ „ut early, they are given their day immediately preceded Good breakfast to take along with then. %  T 'K s. or S hm m a D ": •"ops „„. He was sayinn thai lbs bill should be allowed 10 remain open dld „„, „ pplv ,„ lhc dcUu „y „„„ up to such hour as was prrmisThey were separate and dislinct. Mble on :.n ordinary closing dsy. ^^ He said that he wanted to Mr. Dowdini tl) said that the assure members that lorry drivamended Bill did not contain in era connected with shops were the objects and reasons how lorry ihop assistants and that people drivers could be regarded as who employ uhem should pay assistants. He felt that the amendUxtm overtime if they happen to ^ nju w,, n01 serving the purgo over the 8 hnurs %  day as was -„, lhBt Ihc Hon imrducer n .inmnally slated in the Shop lendKl „ lo „ rWi „ wal ,„ „,, l'a„,"'-.," nn .c,crrzSStjT. ""."^-'i .,.,,,„ domestic serva.lt who worked in %  > %  Adam. cL) said if the and around the shop and not.the "**'>' wa v ,0 savc ,he orrv drivers other domestic servants. l '" '' %  '" them shop ;isststnnts, we Mr. M. K. Can IL) said that ho will call them shop assistants." had pleasure in seconding the He ndded "it is monstrous for the motion made by the Hon. Senior delivery men to work during the Member for St. Thomas. He was oay as porters around the store 1 ;ipproHchcd on many occasions and then at night deliver goods* by hands who work on BtoreThey get back very late at nights. I lorries throughout the island, park the lorries in the ownerVi They made complaints to him on yards, and then have to walk the conditions under which they home.' Jfarbour Log IN CARLISLE BAY US. S.H Hrnr\ I> W.IU.T. Belt l Ni'VvrtV Si iCvtil E I -vvumc fcUf*, Srh Suiuhior %  SriV h hUrv M Lwwb S-n ljitslavd IL Seh United rtituim 5. M arf —n Srh Ltu Amrm S aasu N JOOM AHJt.VAl M V C I. si Tannin. 41 tons n-1 C tpt Duvi. rnjm m. Vuvcani. SEA WELL CRICKET Hy JIIII.V AIII.OTT ft* LnHinkr it Ron-nT>wlnH. Cte* airl. Jaan I..lot i %  .S-II' 9< CiH-aai Ufonivan. PrdfB 1 111lt. •.•. %  *•) %  %  Oun-Miimi n M i as. IK* t'ol-lll.si. nmt* H v. ( %  • %  iv i -. at n i If 'n.. I niui vrn*n\T .tdiiira. oi ;ru Ir*t Lorn i Prater tfrtnt. a tnatt !n (Ht/Ms f*i'i in-ill lUn lo "•• '-Iw < it,. .ltM li,. n l. %  Tl His HV ItWI A ll.Tlllltl CUSTOMS TARIFF ACT AMENDED i %  imn Anltion> opna.il, i'tora Tn ,1 AlUitaa. iTvlfl" M-l-U Oonaalvii ".-eir. KlIMrlH lh., Milllkt-i.. Han l*.in Batlon Wafc-in. The House of Assembly ; %  < ftat day pasaed a BUI to amend the Customs Tariff Act, 1921. The ltd; suits to amend Hio Custom.. Tann* Act, 1911. no as to pr-ivid* for ihe exemption from duty, -if the (tallowing classes of articles, namely— (1) Macadnery and apparatus .mported for road purposes by the Commissioners of Highways and for Atrradio Sarvleaa by imernniionnl Aerndin I,td. (2) the baggage personal am< household effects Oa ofllcers on first appointment to the island; (3) gymnastic apparatus, athwttc gear and sports gear lor organized games In schools—hitherto these article* were exempted when imported by Lhe Utreitoi of Education; this amendnietit will enable the Governing Bodies of Schools to bjBporl their own equipment duty free on lhe certificate of the Director; (4) article* imported by and for Ihe use uf tile Kxli O-Mlusl l"e part merit—this would entend to that Department at r rea i r Kranted to the Eduration Board: (5) articles of uniform, and equipment Imported b] :in | for exclusive use of the St, .lohn Amhulanci' pTtgarh this would < \t*nj i" Ibi Brigade similar concessions as are at pretutnt grantod lo lhc Boy Scouts ami Girl r.ume Associations; (6) articles specially designed for the cultural advancements of the blind; books produced b y duplicating process other tlmn prlritaTSg and flhiis and sound recordings of an sdueattai entitle or eolturgl cli..iacter produced by lhe i mi.. Nations or it* agon, i thus extending to Intfl MaWfe. certain provisions of ihr UNESCO Agreement mi the Importation of Ed.i< BdanUfli and Cm i Mrialsi (71 food jreast excluding \ inietiHv bcandii 'this uouid reduce the prioa liieraof and tnus encourage kraatei U %  of this article JMI%  %  through such iBgUtuI the Hospitals, Batty Watfara Clinics. %  i (81 houwhold rffccai not ex. $400 in value (9) machinery and necessary for ixB-loiiiii, and prapasr-ting for 'petroleuin; (10) manu/aeturi'is' i|ent' csn %  • ing ih>" exemptions a ini too farMr. Mapp said tli.it the Nui funioblatlon ibould get the i from Custom* lUvai Jac* In Touch With Barbados Coast Station Will all those who have booked Copies of this Book please .-oil at the .... ADVOCATE STATIONERY anvaw < lUa -nl wurteaa ,W I > I, I %  Mp III"IIBI Him I oaa H4*u !" S S Laat' Nala.-,. %  .> AitaniaiM. l ParaVo. . Hf.41. Brxii %  a Of.ln.lo i Maria i a Saao Saapauh, . K r*i.l.>n. %  • CttaaltafHa. .. N.ihanW I Un, a a Ot* a %  iMwrun. • \itifliw1.i Nov.sr. %  Atlanta S>tan>*iv • I Mnfeani I>IM>. %  a (Mlll.l'll. • • l<->.-ll. • %  KirHati. %  > for\ A.i.. I %  Hi nvi lulnltet %  n.mard M SrnOIr, %  • I • X.iulliriii AtlanIX' a a %  Sata .. S,.rU. tl*-.-... .. (*ei ,ii John D P a a Adrlaltra. a a Kudj*. H iwea • nit w adinSuniti < %  • % %  •..( ,i %  i a. KM duties as the St. John Anibulaiic 'nil.. The Nursei Association did good work in till lommunit.v. He was wonrterlng liy thev aran not included In thr i. iln \,% hoping that the H.m ioi st. loaanH wouiil beat ,'. in miral aim at wmr hitura data oonaldai salandlns Uu II IS thai tile SI. Johu ,ii m.isiiivould thisi mjoy to the Num. Avo< i.itir-i,. TO ttouSS went into < t v-lth the Hill Tile Hill ;, He said that the delivery men shoidd not be made to leave the. store to make deliveries unless ft was absolutely sure that they could reach back before 4.30 p.m. Shop keepers in the country districts should do their business early nnd lei their deliveries b* made early. There were several people who orked and he told them that the *hop closing act passed In 1945 •IsO applied to them. Hard He fen mat It was very hard on lorry drivers and hands to be required to turn out lo their •tores between 6.30 and 8 a.m. on days, work during the day, and then sometimes about 4 pan., should work ..i night because it have to load their lorries to make was absolutely essssfltlal.^ut it deliveries In the far out parts of was not essential for IhaMehvei y the island that same evening, men to work at night. "Sometimes thev get home Explaining how lorry drivers nround 1 a.m. next rmxmlrtg*'. he connscted with stotaa were ln-| said. eluded In the Bill, ha said thai. When the bill was passed. It they ware originally put In the was said that no person would Shop Closing Act as among thoseAork more than eight hours conexempted. But the Government in. tinuously. "That section was Executive CommlUas decided to specifically put in to protect lhe oeteto lorry drivers and transpo.t people who work on the lorn*, worker* from the exempt list ^o and vans. Yet it does appear that thev would outomsdeally be ihat the owners ore Indifferent to included. ,,-. that sect.^r" Mr ** '"•> supported Mr. Mr. Cox said thai the lorry and Adams. van people were found prowling about at all hours of th e night and for wages that were meagre. He was told that some men going around on bicycles delivering crocerlas were only getting seven lo eight dollars a week, and some ,.f them had to work both morning ^j prenig* despite the tail trail. nnd night. "It i". inhuman when \\ encountered "problems It was vou consider the long hours these never designed to solve poopl* work and the small wages United Nat-ons Supreme Comthev get." He was hoping that mander in Korea defended the orowners would pav attention to Eanisalion in a statement comthe Shop Closing Acand to the memorating United Nations day on "STL!!!, u y W £onTronted with problems it The eight dollars per week was never designed to solve Its that ware paid the bicycle riders FUCC cssehave slill bean more was no n.ore than what the emnoteworthy than its failures" he ployers would drink out at some said "It has been sorely tried." club a night or smoke out in —I".P. RldgwayD'efendsUN TOKYO, Oct. 23. General Matthew Rldgway predicted on Tuesday that the united Nations will expand In authority WASHES White Shirts WHITER! FJO .-oiita.!^ new inaredieni that white thtagf whites and ralaurs brlgnttrl Yom whole wSSh '<-# Ire Ivei. more nltractive — M lor-^r tool NO SCRUBBING NO BOILING NO BLEACHING DIAMONDS IN YOUR HAIR '.-.-,-.•.-.-.-.-< %  EMERALD-CLEAR 1 •-PRELL-SHAMPOO Ask for a large luluof I'HELI. first ll.intt To-day S "\ SALS AT All. I.FADI\C STORES $ U HALF as much t-ab u Soap or So.-ip Klakei. FAB Washes FASHR, CLEANER than Vou can make your dull, dry. Said-io-manage hair ".parkfe like dlamondal 1 r Plukollalr Dressing and aea how it brings out highlight!. With Pluko your hair looks softer, longer, silkier—becomes ao easy to a r range. EQUIP YOUR TRACTORD B AWfcJ AJID ANIMAL-DRAWN VEH.CLES 4£D IMPLEMENTS with HUNLOP FARM TYRES BUBS BRAKES •PERMIT GREATER LOADS •REDUCE FUEL CONSUMPTION ELIMINATE DAMACE TO CROPS • PERMIT LOWER LOADING LINE • RUN SMOOTHLY AND SILENTLY -they* -built for 1*M ft IEW'TOE BESEKVES A NEW DUNLOP TUBE I ts BLACK" WHITE P|_U ({ Q HAIR DRESSING BOVRIL Costs Less than KWXCENZA RETAIL PrJCl th Kniiht'a Lid. rit-urr .llhfrll.ld Ltd. Hinds' linn.' Store If I HUMDTOI SlOfr Stoule'a Drue Slorf H. t. I'llcrlm lohn C.ll A I .. HaMata* Drac suire Nrhu.ii rtiarmser f'arllon I"f %  lone* St Co. i 7 r. T. Qaf l\ A. tUrkr and BOOKLRN Hole Asenls WHITE HORSE Scotch Whisky 'Hie purple of MUMis t< H>MIOU< wonla. Here is s hoi thst I.IK, plainer than _. nerd*. ()rtl)INi. KSTATr.S A TKAIHNt; CO, I.111. 'M KSTBIN IIKII-I T It's easy to keep surfaces desn and Pruning — just give them a quits rub over with a little Vim on a dimp cloth every day. 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THIRSUAV OCTOBER 25. 1K1 %  AU\IX)S ADVOCATE PAGE FIVE ELECTRIC CORP. IASTALLS Al Plant Ami In \ ehides RADIO TELEPHONE THE remote control unit li installed In the Mun Department Office of the Company. The operator on duty i* receiving; a trouble call from a consumer, prior to relaying it over the radio to toe Service Oar. Wounding Suit Dismissed Mr II. A. Talma. Police Magis1 ate of District "A", yesterday t ismlased a case of wounding on l*s merits brought by Henry \ "Bike; against Ca lisle Morris %  %  .->< Id RuaMgffi of WanAMd, %  !t. Michael. %  %  U. W. Fishing Fie* \\ ill lli' dmJiBer [his ITO BARBADOS Electric Supply CorponUon hab called a Pye L*-u,.i> VHF Radio Telephone? plant a.id in certain of their vehicles* I 'hat it wag safe to say of the Comp.w. UV fd In ihe ser %  %  %  '' ihe ci %  %  ..I a ,: hrMbfc i .1 its destination. i-ruirge of UV .'-. back by radii, to the eomv be out on a | >i , : > ,,n hi. it tiding* and I can also divan II to further tu-uan special instructionin -A here afterwards. At the Company the WfWrl he completes this jb. lnpnooe operator on duty 21 hours fc u.,d ,-f returning to a day. so that there it, always pony he gets directions which t ika %  •• tun to any other tiouble in any Pl ifc aWial dlt. These calls can be ol her part of the country. Cl mmuntcatad to the engineer on 1 nuty wherever he may be bq 0 mvnOengtl means of the i id.o. a ,. ordinary Int-ndtaa. The total equipment m to the service err. aUc US( U v the Elcc.ric Company cornW radio. ,,.,. , lx ,,| Mjll „ remotely controlled, and two mobile acts— MM Trouble service car. nd the i g m 4 ew of the Council Consider Hill To Encourage Fishing Industry %  11 Ant] ME LEG7SLATTVI COUNCIL on Tu.su. trxation ol and referred I i .1 Select ComiWtl tiiii to era %  ( %  ifhinH [ndusti -. ol the Thsj HI (eel 1 Ihe Bill is %  j legislation Cor the prOataoe J ori uf the tishinK MM M 'oble the Colonial Secsupposed to rarrv ajM rh. second reading The Bit! wag drafted with the, 1 trHill Bad p-11nl.1l out that assistance .* the Plshertea OfhV. origin dated back to 1950 cer and the Director or AgrirulJ i hen the Fisheries Advisory Comlure, people a-tlh axperl %  aspects edge at lishing in the Island. He, the report In Barbados on however did not see why a made b* the Adviser on "muses" or any other boat should U) tba asstratBTJ nf not be brought undei the headBatung boat. In thut repot:, it was recomHe BsM that he had no knowlthaj ahere should be enedge one way or il i amr.es with regard to log* of of the ilshing mdustrv. but he bOata ;UUJ '.i expected to De in gown swing b w %  I;.M : IBOt dur quite ., rui'.n i the caseWalkoa appealed' at th> "•* %  bor. Both gldM-dercme and "' i lion brought witnesses to %  ** *h**rs cadi give iheir account Ol the alleged •< %  *"" ll,f "•"''>ul-l 001 wounding. fljo Henry VoUtes told the Court that on October 6 about 4.S0 p.m. (l \u h-.me when he saw ,h f^'11 Malcolm Altovno who asked him piible to m^t iho lnere/ed to go with him to see Carlisle r %  "'- ( had la Morris who had some back pay [or make 0 101 Hid %  M 1 W him H< PrCravarl the Wandfa fishing They went to Morris and while "*•'' at S80—rx.lusivc ol Alleyne was talking to Mm Morris "nd ago eg H boats, CM UM cuffed him three times and three >.: v.< %  -. i:out. At one knocked him down to the ground, flahina si*aso there weie us manv He tried to get up but the defendas 620 bait* in Ihe water, ant took out u knife out of hii At present, there are about six pocket and while he was trying flying fish boobi which RO out and to porry the blow he was cut they return with few or %  between hi% lingers on the left fish. Mr. Wiles sou* thai hand. allv rome in fronti djc lie nod no chance to reUliatc hut thrre w Jat^rPt for when he got on the ground where tho (Ish would • another man—Alonza Russell of thlg season The pulnritv of th Wanstead, St. Michael—attacked bo-ts would hara to IKlaunched him too. Alleyne made a statebefore h-culd bajVO Btld whether ment to him and he went witn there wouM be a prosperous him t" the defendant. %  tOJOII Malcolm Alleyne said that when he first went to the defendant for his back money on October 6 he (Morris) told him that before he could get it he would have to bring along a witness with him. Sometime later ho saw Walkes and they faw the defendant going Sea I-4EK Boats rlontOe v C Q : %  anqutrod v. other "moses" boata and o'Vr s. -.all boats such a* those used %  nfl -ea egg. should Inn. [•> go through all forms Of ragii m the caae of larger boats which went fishing far out i As f-r as cie could see. the defli ition of fishing bo ei k H e and he would be S i.i if ihe llim'hle il„ I nllghten t Uv tunhe Honble ihe Colonial Secretary Bald thai the Holi'llle Ml. Fii-I,' might be able to give lion tfian he with regard to the meaalng ->t tba term "fish' a* Ihe ltd i in hi .lepattment in consul' lion with the Fisherie Oillcer Hon'ble Mr Fiel I nd ll it although the A\ Departmenl was lesponslble for th.drafting .if Utflal must not neeessaril> be taken tc\al they were respoi' Ihr I,|I.V which the Itill I'link they were in a positi< move any amendmrnt A laeHniti.Mi / Hon'blr Q, H ITITI aakf that the Hill was *upprri1 |g he for the br.tefil of the llshIni lndu*u-\. The fishermen were a deaervlng lot M ho loe.! a hard life and ll raMOM l < lun. as if the, M ere hr.n-ioi, leaOa and rrgulallorv hi. twOfO aot e^aaraglag u |hr Maagei :i i it s that they did not want io kill the %  lit He suggested thai it lie \''i Ui g Select Coaimltte* in ordoj thai Utey mtihi eaafoi with the Fisheries Otxwi to gci first hand Informatioi. on the ONE of the i man wbo i operator. coniaiiinlc.ition ear is operated by the rub the Company'* telephone WHARF GET NEW CRANK Another hand < lane is going up Pltr He)ad i beside tin across Wanstead Road. Walkes Wharf. uppo!.iU> the reoenUj renspoke to the defendant who gave ovated bond. Messrs. DuCusla and him three cuffs which caused htm Co.. Ltd., are h to fall to the ground. erected chiefly to be used in loadWhile Walkea was on the lng barges with puncheons of ground the defendant pulled milnwii a knife out of his pocket and cut Engineers were acrewtng down ..._ him between the fingers on thothetrunkofthecn.nctotheln.seem going to bed an >..it-.< iMila-iiuu 1'r.i eni>' .lima • I More Die of Pneumonia This Year— O'Makony !A has claimed 165 dcalhs so far llus \,:,i [UN was obtained from the Department of Medical < rday. Chiefly of virus origin, it affects both adults and children. It usually starts with influenza symptoms and leads a protracted course for a period of app'roxiraalely four to ;ix weeks. %  %  — Llrsuline Convent General Cert. Result* .1 -,-J^ MhSSRS A o S. BOX 403 >£N \ SONS H\Klt \|),IS . BARBADOS LTD, P HRlIKi lows s left hand. ment yesterday. The nev Pulled His Shoulder means another u.th fhr In making his defence Morris when loading molasses. %  i %  that while he wua going ^^^^^^^^"^ across Wanstead Road on the date In question Walkes pulled him by the shoulder and told hkm io pay Alleyne his money. When ho turned. Walkes again grappled him by the shirt thus tearing his shirt ; nd vest. He held.' Walkes and they both fell to the ground and he saw Walkes had a knife in his left hand. He eventually got up off the ground. heard Alleyne said "Man %  %  U the itdvo. ... nil treatment and prolonged rest rhere la no pi .ease but, %  advised as soon as I %  : ',.;.i dU OPEN VERDICT RETURNED IN DEATH INQUIRY ._. advice. There are rges modem drugs which are reasonably effected. There apwnrs. he said, to be a greater Increase in the number standard lor a Cntfll In Ihr %  .i brrn r*arhrd AI>AMH. E Pa>*ed in Kiiflloh ilttalar* NUtory I I.I HIT 1IUIMWI • this year than last yeat r^i, "" %  BJM ihi>iviw of pneumonia seems IIEIJMAM. r Peved to he ->t w.irld wide extent at the anaiuh LanguM*. Knai moment Mlrtor*. and Art. Hospital MerflCOS gnali.n lnauaa>. Exall SIM Mkmy about staff movements !" d _. Ar *_...„ s'C ^i H 7 P "," D ; !" Z '"" %  •• "•1 %  %  %  1 i! November 2nd An open verdict was returned by a nine-nun jury to Coroner C. W. Rudder at Di-tiul 11' when the inquiry into the circumstances surrounding the death "• vuE!! rl 2 Ei? niwy 0 !" r ^ r ? 0 rf n A " ,cn mi lc **l nuah the kiu'e in himwhile Ihev Vllla c Sl Ph>p. was concluded. ,,n h „ po,, nn Mr [^acock's deJ S o Ih md lie ihad McCcnney died on the spot when pel DC. has been, a knlfin his h nd ,ne molor car M—•• * involved Sui Rl the HoaplU' A-ldic-mii, th.> Vimrt ,* ih,. r.u. '" a idcnt on Stepney Road Bin %  1st January. 1948 when hi abt Greenidge who were also in the It IK ill car were taken to the General nock will -horilv be leaving Barthelr Hospital nfter the accident. bados for the U K A peat mortem examination reHue to arrive fm.n England vealed that death was due to to-day is Dr. C, thes<> two—Alleyne and complainant Wnlkes—set out to see the defendant with a purpose mind. The story of Walkes was not upheld by his witness Alleyne. Walkes said that he fell to the ground but he did not show how he could have received the blow between the fingers when asked to do ao by the court. shock from multiple injuries. Child Dies Suddenly Campaign On Bad Parking Is coming out to take up an appointment • n Medical Officer at the Hospital Dr. Vaughan Is a BaibjdUn jnd Old Harrisonlan. ilar In IMS JjJ* and after a short period al CodPEKKIKK. A. — Pi_ rlngton Collage, left the followEn.t..n i-awa*. r.nih ln year for fcllUndJo conUntw "Sjgg."g " pmd „, ,,. BBM< HI.IIOI I.iin.i %  H The Traffic Branch ol the b,Z gtudtl in will he Police has started a campaign aw.HaHlMBled '" bis wife. Tyrono Clarke. 2-year-old boy against motorist, who park lb) Medk-al Of"f %  •*of .Sen View l_*ne, Chenpalde, cars several feet from the aidepeeled to arrive In Bo !" fdo in died suddenly at about 5 a-m. walk. the oaar future. Ibis will bring yesterday at his home. A Pest The Commissioner of Po llw the total numb, of Medic;.! omMc-tem examination was pertold the Advocate: "This !nck of ceri al the Hospitnl to full Otfab. fonned on his body later during thought for other road users Us WINDOW BY SEA GETS SIDEWALK lhc day by Dr. Charh who tiltribulcd death monia. Mar to I Caribbean Commission Meets In St. Croix The Thirteenth Meeting of the four nation Caribbean Com mi t-ion begins on Monday. October 20. in ChmtianrUd. 8tCroix. Virgin Islands of the United States, and Is expected to last until November 3. Held in St. Croix on the nr viuuon of the Governor. His Excellency Morris de Castro. v.imeeUng will be under the ihalrmanshlp of Mr. Ward M. Cinaday, United States Co Chairman of the Commi"lon. uimself > property owner In St Ci oi\ TMe will be a l>udgtar7 meeting of U.e Cwitiiii— .on At the same time, there will be special reports, and the Cumin Union will be called upon to decide on the action It will take on their ng causes great inconvenience for uother motorists. It is just as eaay to draw up near to the itdewaw as It is to slop two or three feet away." He is asking the public to cooperate in putting a stop to this bad practice. TWO POLICE WOMEN WITH C.I.D. labourers were working on the wiiidi.w-by-the-aaa opposite Jemnmu s Lane yvsuraay. About six masons were on the job building I six foot side walk which when completed will give a good frontage. ,',, One man told the Advo< .ir ; Lay that the work is being lt< itly Policeoooo i y the iiii-h. v.. rl i bt n i i nrorfcei will, the Immli ration ..i.'i P e u a p o r t Traiutpori and Highw Office, wa ' %  > *' ,h ,. | |, When the Mitewalk the CM i). is PoU ' Jhe arin % %  been m port for wen...n Carmen H %  '"fc'd up to give S^oatt four dVvs^adlruT mote ,, with thai leparttMOl lor appearance. Meanwhile hawken K-.r", Canadian rorti now. As a dejtectlve. flfll the windows and on Pectd toUmveporTcS, her home.h • I. giving a g,md account f mp JKoifffiI^dr%S bound voyage 'oday. The Coeiherself. atrurUr is consigned to Messrs Gardiner Austin eV Co.. Ltd. 'i'.uii. ConnlriK'tor' leave's Toda) The motor vess.-! Canadian t'oi Nelson Due Tomorrow The C.N.S. paasenger-(reig>..i Lady Nelson Is espectad to arriv. at Barbau>^ frOen MoOtrl fax and Boston via the British Northern I >' mdj She will dbcharge I lake passengers from hen leaving the same night for British Guiana via Trinidad. Grenada and S'. Vincent. She is col Messrs Gardiner Austin ft CO.. LM StatistlcH Adviser D*$B Saturday \ UlSANOI >.i I % % %  aeOB n.rtr ih the (>n*dl-n l.i.v1 ranssasfl rr the secondment of Mr. M. C\ Cougle of the rnaiiatn lanl MaHatke Seeiion WaHaagl KeveaaM u^jr-mmt. .;,,!, ,|,i. r a perioil af U.r<-# months tor Ihr purpow of gsaaaewasaag a Statistics Branch in the Income tBS Department %  aal idtMag In the prepara'lsn of <.tatb.lie and their laile.prrUllosi.' Mr ( .I;:, |g rxorcted l" arrive In th* Island b Tr-n.i ,n.d' Alr'i.ii (i .m Montreal on October 21th. i UtrWBrl. D. — PaMert in Enali-r. I^nieiur Enali.h rUWi M r• %  •*h



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PAGE FOI R IIAKBADOK ADVOCATI. THUR&DAV, OCTOBK.R 25. I5I BARBADOS §# AWtDGSTE t, t r Tiiiirsil.n. October B, ISA Musi I IIIISII.ll IF THi I.kc-ly la prewr.i. d iturta M .ii my way hamper tha appui*.;:>, %  > • Judge in iin> .> i.. %  %  .' (traoroinary caoraa adopted by the House of Assembly and, sanctioned I ,1. oi 11.1 IV to be lixiit mi the %  ppointHV *i was a salutary principle enunciated not %  ng agj by Mr. Adams in the House I.** 1 the t-'irna and conditions of office aJXiUtd tie nxed and the appointment of the o.Tcer left IM the hands of the OovfJTOar houl my oaadltiOM being attached. ierc bM been no satisfactory m ,,I:I : the silary tha hill. It would be highly improper for any G wi Fnmai I to glva tha impression that it mu. wjit :<> lix the saiaiy officer after he habeen appointed. The only Impression to be gained is that one ulhcer if. lik 1> to be paid a higher salary loi doing ihi.amc job of work lhati anothar. And in Uncase of a judge it is even moi e repi%  ':y Judicial offlcar who & led to the conclusion that after his appointment the amount of his salary was likely to be calculated on hi.-, popularity or that it was likely to be reduced because of some personal disadvantage, rather than OH hi:. qualification! for judicial ofln would hesitate before he even applied fur tha post. If it is that the salary will be fixed higher or lower in the event of the appointment of a Barbadian, then il will act as a boomerang when there is a shortage of OttMf officers and it is hoped to secure outsiders for the local aai aio It has been said that the office will be temporary and that the act will end in 1952. This implies that there is no need for such an officer in a reconstructed judiciary. If that is the truth then there are still retired judges In the West Indies and even in Barbados who would render service to Barbados but who will hesitate if they .suspect that the salary is to be fixed in mciusunwith their personal popularity. Judicial officers ore above such considerations. If they are not. then it would be well to admit that in Barbados we have reached the stage where we pay for the kind of judge needed rather than pay emoluments for judicial It was unfortunate that no member of the House raised the point argued by Hon. Mr. Chandler in the Council. The matter might have been rectified during consideration by the legislature. Judging by the impression which is bound to be given by this departure fnm accepted principle it would not be surprising if there are no applicants from outside and the Governor is compelled to second one of the junior officers on the Bench to act in this cupacity for a few months. Hire THREE weeks ago it was announcad that the price of rice would be incruiied from January 1952 and since than housewives have been complaining that they have been unable to .secure their weekly requirements. ll is niiieUablr that such a condition should arise. The inconvenience experienced in this island when there is any shortage of rice is readily known. Many people in Barbados believe that they can exist only as long as rice remains the Itapla diet and many housewives ,.n;u<' that it suits their economy to purchase greater supplies of rica than any other aonunjodity Accusations of hoarding have b**ru made but these must be regarded as being with out foundation, but it is significant that there has been no %  nnouncament that the regular disbursement of H,000 bags per month has been roduccd. Our Header* Say : IH//Y ,.*The man who made the deal now threatened by FarouJc V.MU\ M.OMIKV MYbK I... Mr l.f M.K..1 X.rlh i. UM %  ke.l really Englah. Yet he did more tor Engtan and the English people and Empire than any or his conteroI will ,l*v !• noHnled Thesi•"" "*" n ""* OT * "* %  * nig Btraat riM HrtftM Mimslc. Banj Informed hu colMv, Ufa tnelr ...0 txni.nl in. F" <•— %  J %  '"—"ins; Btill nrvea to inssinft i at in the nil •> ll timr p, ny whkh „ .^ Q ,n l%  ummrd-up .... [ v ,-"u*r:* ra£ ,„ J. ad 'Vu.lW Canal *.tT THAT .U Govaiunent nIM n !" "• r.r"telJi lor tint good of lh fovDIZZY was born %  LnndOu uiiuntl da L.MV, will! F'ron. li • !" a l ' "?"" overlooks. Gray. .noiicy. H.U the share, were held THAT .11 inrtltutlons are to be Inn Garden*, In what Is now Tneoby French Lomp.ny, and the maintained only 10 far aa they balda Road. His father, who ape!, iuih promote the h.pplnsa and welhu surnanw Dlsrae'l. was .1 puieo. ' !" ' <• P>Pl: .l ..ntlquarlan of indepenA, mu ,. r i 6 .1,1,1. r "AT iml.hr lun. tlnnarie. .re drnl nisaBM. %  in*! to and trustees not for their own claw At .n early age young Benl tha !~l 'or the nalion as a whole. Jn it inss.ua hi. mind to ente. „. Treae principle, were reflected public life (though the fact that ,rly In the event J" '"f oOmesUc IcgUtoUon of according to his father, -he neve, i i Importaiiuc Dlwslt s two premiership.. lies nerdly augured well for hit F.C We* W.rk m %  !" • !" & !" '", PO""1I*. .. on the verge BRIEFLY h I Government J ,„S S. "M^IA' %  AUfP.-'l and hau opened uckled the problem ol .lum bTtore h. ^i!3l. riie^TJR negoU.Uul for the ^ of hl. ..e.rancr Sr ^iolu^in"Si merest to Frenrh syndlc.le. pv T up „ew houses for artisans; ssu ^SL !" .K L Du 5.f U -_ w h ? ."'" -""' V' "'V ?0*MED friendly socletic; fl ^. S^S, hoK doZ bj "K'i hODU. C.twU. *n<< ._. I lum to sell out SCCURCU the people-, saving.; nootj calSll. in? "."""J?, r.ei v/as hjow to raise thin *uin iihin %  few hours. Parliament was not sttung and there wu no lime to swim i. liikt-aieU wi | %  lit' Uil i nu secretai>. Monu^ue Corrjr, to i.mrt room. Wnt'ii U i 'ise a loan i d inwould pal tbc %  opened; the head said and Lorry hunied ufl to tee the banker, Lme Minuter, Corry told r.. %  toclee i down now. but wh?n you wiL '%  lime will hear me." His lime came a hw yean late. wnen the Tory l-reinier. Sir Robcr: l*tel. who had been returned u oatce pledged I., proiect ihe eountrv 3 acrlculture. decided to allow the f.ee Importation of com. A* Disraeli put ll. Peel "ha* .aufffii the H'tuot (Mining a*> iraJked a: ay uiih (heir elflthn.' At the same Ume Disrael nreeched the gospel of Tory de mocraey in his novel Conlnab) and exposed the •canon 1c hard•hips of the puorer classes, particularly the coal miners and ficto.y hands, in his other great roveL SyblL "The riant* of labour arr at sacred a Ihoie o] property.'' ht •^SA lliwr IMPROVED sanitation; and. ac(/^T ""*OIM "hould be the flrn WlMl ^ cording to a trade union manual. ob > m ' •*•*••,• %  inch const!"he Leader IMl CHAT TOtT I,m. wunie.1 C4UO0.000 by the „„-.-—--._ — following day. The Baron selected '"JTECTED merchant seamen i muicatel gnipe from the dish ,rom L ,h , nar .1. disposed of the ..ySnWJLMr*; .'.tin end asked VUt !rl 7 replied 'The Biitish PASSED two AeU nimeni tuted the charter of the social PEEL'S downfall led the way Holhtchild aid "You shall ana mauBnal freedom of the to Dlzzy'i working classes leader and ParOaant duly endorsed the ,*****,"*** J*"* Don^ one of He was %  purchaae and it was connrmed in "J !" 1 *" Swtatot ftO-s to be Downing i concluded with succeawve •**J*i ,0 l d **• •P n,l ,lieo S.J" *" dlu ,n (iovcrnmonta. Il ll one 87 2 J"" 1 "> ConJtrvalive Party he left the mailers which the Egyp".•< drt e morc tor ,n working become Hance of these treaties, f 1 *"",'" } V J> >'-. " B " This % %  eking to repudiate. U S*, r I f./ wd done i".?^, %  %._„ v The life story of this outstand/i new iew lnf Conservative Premier TUB in. irtcnt of ihe.^Mz Canal strange as it is fascinating. these war* the e is related in • new life for most of his career he was rael.'s lematkable character' icli pui.iished recently.• regarded as an "adveWurer" even What he has ^ald and written %  en told beby his own party. But Dizzy still lives Ion*. afteT the worriv %  : The latest looked on this M a compUment. utterances oi h,. greal pohuS %  *k of an Bccomf ur ll simply meant that he was rival, '.Udstonih*vc been me. Mr. Hesketh forced to fight his way to the gotten. 1\ arson, and II api>ears at a singu top without birth or influence to I. ily appiu|ai.,i<. nine, when the help him. Indeed, the fact of h.s ec.tor* are mnkinp up iheir minds Jewish origin did much to hinder whether or not lo support the parhim. : imiples t.f Tory democAs a young i.ian he dressed %  iih which D flevation a Tory rentually Premier hen he went lc i for the Orst time tils second term th.it |us* of Commons Beaconsfield. term ended in |fl died the next year. lt dandy, lover, writer, Unas perial stateawi.m and patriot— these wwrc the facets of DisWORLD COPYRIGHT KBERVED .--i >Dfaa hlch Disraeli's flamboyantly, and it cannot be said by He, (Men. m < 2ls.t Pearsvn -UKL8. Les Anglais-Are They Sane? trance watches the election—with a shrug and a shudder PARIS. vVHAT do the Yi< m-h--wno are %  Sit 01 voting Comniuniai Hauicai Socialist i:ultan rose from 4,800,000 in 1900 to 16,800,000 In 1949. This represents an increase of 251'.. A-gentina is followed by Cuba <2:il\). C >lombla (217'. ) and Brazil (101%). On the whole, the American continent has r-corded the greatest relative increase dur-l n j the past fifty years. The WHO study I sliows that this rise amounted lo about 112*. ,1 the 1949 population being estimated at "i20.800.000 as compared wilh 151,000,000 in 1900. The rate of increase has been slower in j E ;rope than anywhere else. The population of Europe rose only 36'.' (not including the USSR) during the half century under review, l&'imated at 288,000,000 in 1900. Europe's population had grown to approximately .MaOOO.OOO by 1949. What is today the USSR had a population in i! : JO which was less than half as large as that ol the rest of Europe, but in the past fifty years around 74.000,000 have been added and lha USSR at present has a population ol 2U.000.000. The greatest increase in Europe, out Bide the USSR, was recorded in Italy. Us P< pulation rose during the period in question from 33,400,000 to 46,000,000. In Oceania tie population rose 100 1 and was up to 12.400,000 in 1949, while in Africa the percentage increase was 41. Thv African popu.alion in 1943 was estimated at 197.900,000 as against 140,700,000 in 1900. HALF OF INCREASE IN ASIA Half of the world's total increase has been contributed by Asiatic countries alone. Although some of the smaller countries, such as Indonesia, the Philippines, Thailand, etc., recorded increases as well over 100';, the two large countries, viz.. China and pre-partition Ii dia, increased relatively slowly at rates of approximately 30*.; and 49' i respectively. Yet their contribution to the total world increase is almost one third, though some of the p ipulation estimates are not always reliable. The WHO study also shows that the world population has nearly quadrupled in the past three centuries, rising from an estimated 54n.000.000 in 1650 to approximately 2.378,000,000 in 1949. The most rapid growth has been principally, in the past, among Europeans and their migratory descendants on other continents. The factors contributing to Ihis were presumably the settlement of new h.nds. scientific and industrial progress and developments in medical science and technology. But. the study adds, "the latter factors are no doubt at work among the non-European populations. For instance, the period of Kielerated rates in countries such as Egypt, India, Pakistan and Indonesia has occurred much later than in the West." union THE HKSH.TS OF THE ajEvnuxs i.\ meWLAlfB THROUGH THI LONDON DAILY TELEGRAPH ON SALF. AT ADVOCATE SIAIillMiiv. 'pJwjic tpildwi'A M72 They did and Lived Happily as A Result' ECONOMY VALUE SATISFACTION C. S. PITCHER & CO. % ecv& r'ftltm:*fn'fi To T'IC Editor, Tlie A4$ SIR.—Permit ra apace In your valuable columns to eneouraRc a hand of comradeship and understanding an tonic our fellow .wun' lha vrrv near future, wc will I i our way u> ihe Potl* to Elect Representative; for our different constiturnries. and . falling nnd short coming* of the past. It i:i time that we searrh the Inner chambers of our i coniidnU's of vision, and regard for a fair share towards one and .ill alii. less of whom that represent.,i\,may be. In these days of pen strain and hardship, there Is u.u 1 no nee: alone, and on ">TIStomer demand"—not big advertising campaigns —British liquoiice sweet sales are booming in %  Three Itrms have capture^, an c-ttmaUxl *U pn cent, of the m market. n manufacturers s..y that though they have tried LIU! tried they cannot get i formula like the British favourites. Says one of America's largest wholesale swcei distributors, at New Haven. Connecticut: "Hri'.tin offers us a unique product In colourful, bright packages, with more flavour and tasting much bcMc, than the American proAnd British prices are the same as. and sometimes lowei than, the American, In spite if tariffs and transport costs. Another btg distributor says : "We have not handled any American liquorice in two year*. It Just Is not as good as the Shopkeepers ask for British linuorice. although nobody tries to "push" It. and across the %  ointiy customers want to "buy Bitiih." Crowning triumph esme when tre uf America's biggest chain%  % % %  i.. ,rii-->. staife*] AoakaM] Cost of Loaning BANKERS meeting in Chicago were practically unanimous lhat leans for business ventures are aVing to cost the borrower ggttl a bit more In the days ahead. Bank loans are at an all-time peak. £7.150 million, up £1,400 million on a ye.ir ago. Reds still Lag EXPLOSION of the second Russian atom bomb suggests, says William Laurence, special writer for the New York Times, that Russian progress in atomic weapons Is far slower than America's. He says thai the United States has tested "at least ten and probably more new models of atom weapons" —and more are about to be tried out in Nevada. DRY SACK SHERRY anr FOR YOUR PART, UMQVE /TV FLAVOUR By comparison, Russia ha* Some people can't even buy soup tested only one new model In the meat at present prices, and I'm past two years. >trig evidence not going lo take the bread and I that "Russia Is considerably bebutter away from your children hind In the produ 1 '.ion of fiislon-.b!e material." Japs Again Without a Son, TIN PAN ALLEY, which roc lo the occasion with plenty ot songs In both world wars, has not produced a single one for the Korean war. Says John Howard, an authority on the history of music: "America has been growing up fast. The answer is that, in times like these, nobody wants to write a war song, sing one. >r Usten to one." Cost of Fining DEALING with 12 trivial casei In the Long Island city magistrates' court — they ranged from lighting a cigarette in a tube railway carriage to obstructing Ihe pavement with some crates —magistrate Charles Murphy Imposed fines as low as 6d. Said he: 'Things are very tough just now. Many people are finding It difficult 'o mukr both ends meet. It is ha a day's pay to attend court. is l III. E.\('ITFMI:NT over the Japanese Peace Treaty, the American dinner-wear men wore frowns because of the rising competition fn-m the Rising Sun. Now they have been Joined by Ihe sewing machine makers. Japan Is said to have grabbed already 25 per tent, of thi American domestic market witii cheap machines. Gold in Main-street BUT the big-money men art getting a lot more interested !n ihe little-money men. Sponsored by the New York Stock Exchange. | AlMriCU business ii starting .i nation-wide census to find ou* more about share-holMi rid ju*t what they own. And Keith Funstoo. the new president of the Stock Exchange, has a strong hunch that when the returns are In it will be found that Main-street, not Wall-street, owns American business. American Column SWIMS Bab* Food* rMrshiftl) Turkish Dellghl .Sharp's Toffees C. A. Cigarettes Embassy Cigarettes (hurrhnum's Carr's Sweet Biscuit. I OH I Al IK. J. *. R. Bread Anchor Butter 4.0I.II IUIAIII HI >l I There U nothlac DMlrr on I thr M.rktt. I'HU.XI-: (,HIKWS in in it i A PXHTYtt



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ESTABLISHED 18,5 Egyptian Batteries Fire On Israelites %  •oi H i: HI < in ITS IKAIIX mi in nun i PILOTS BOYCOTT BRITISH SHIPS CAIRO, Oc. 2o INFORMED SOURCES d thai Egyptian cuaslal batteries had opened Are on Israeli patrol v!Ia near Ejjyptianapupled Gaza in Southern Palestine and forced ihem to iflrhdraw. The shooting erupted about 12f> miles northeast of the tense Suei Canal Zone and brouahi new anxiety to the troubled Middle East. The sourcea said that the Egyptian coastal guna blazed forth when the Israeli coastal patrol entered Egyptian territorial waters. SUEZ PORT CRIPPLED,' Egypt banned all Anti-British demonstrations and threatened drastic penalties for any recurrence of bloody battles between rioters and police. At the same time the Egyptian Government ordered its officials in the Suez Canal Zon-. to follow a programme of rigid non-cooperation with British forces there. The order was issued in defiance of the British tnrc.ito invoke "severe measures" against striking Egyptian workers. The port of Suez has been partly crippied by the walkout of Egyptian dock workers. In addition Egyptian canal pilots have paralysed ship movements at the port by refusing to guide vessels with British military equipment. Britain on Wednesday modified her clamp down on traffic to let 250 oil trucks go through from the Suez to Cairo. Egyptian officials said most of the rail traffic in the Canal area still was banned and road traffic moved under light restrictions. EgypUan informants Mid -.. n^l W L rc < let lhr <*>*h after BrlUsh officials of the Shell Oil Company said that oil Installations nt Suv would be dnmas-ed i* they had lo shut off. Siren* forces of Egyptian police fired on crowds in Alexandria yesterday. They flung tear gas to break up demon*tr.itors who paraded before the Russian legation in Cairo and shouted: "Give us arm* to fight the Britons." One demonstrator was reported killed in Alexandria yesterday. Interior Minister Faud Seragel Din Pasha sternly said Government will take the Wrongest mcasuro* :giiin*t th**** troublemakers. >. %  ). %  • %  • nmeni banned Hemonst rations after rioting broke out iwo weeks ago in UKwake of Egypt's denunciation of its treaties with Britain Independent Cairo news pa pe Al Ahrain said Government has ordered the privately operated Suei Canal Company to bar all SUDAN MAY SCRAP TREATY WITH EGYPT KHARTOUM, October ?4 Egypt's heavy handed attemp* ii> unite the Nile Valley by abrogation of the Suez anu Sudanese treaties may-boomerang If movements going ahead in Khartoum -re fully developed. Egypt** main interest in the Sudan is the water of the mighty Nile River but her disregard of Sudanese opinion is having the worst possible effect. Sayed Mohammed Ahmed Abu Sin, member of the Sudan Executive Council has proposed to the Sudanese Government to answer Egypt's treaty abrogation by ignoring the 12 Nile waters agreement and simply taking as much water as the Sudan needs. The Sudan legal assembly meets on Thursday and will take up the ordinary member motion proposing that the Sudan take as much water us she needs because her present annual quota is too small to permit adequate agricultural development. Under the 1929 agreement Egypt is permitted to take 92J per cent. o' the annual Nile flow and the Sudan onlv 7.7 per cent. But the Sudan agrees not to take more water than is necessary for human needs froni April 1 lo July SI. In fact, from January to July 'he Sudan uses only water stored from floods not touching the flow and actually uses only two per cent of the annual flow. —c.r. Arrow smith Gets Posl In Baautoland (From Our Own Cnni-aiion-fpnii GRENADA. Oct. 24. Hon. E. P. Arrowsmlth Administrator of Dominica since 1040 has been appointed Resident Csjmmis-loner of H.i.utoland and will assume his new duties early nex' r as officially announced here. Born 190S. educated at Cheltenham College and Trinity College. Oxford. Arrowsmith lirst served as < Limmlwlcner tf Bechunaland 1932 then held a similar port in the Turks and. Calces islands. ships from the Canal unless they have permission to go through from the Egyptian administration. (C P and V P.) JTKnmTeK.Wt u a • from AH Qmrn rU nt Royal Itinerary (kimot Yet Be Completed Prime Minister Sidney Holland l -day asked the House of Heprc-cntaiives not to try lo cram too much into the itinerary for next yeaf,s visit by Princess Bfeabeth and the Duke of Edinburgh. Holland said the itinerary cannot be completed until the Roval fPVP** returns from Canada Holland said Princess Margarei who was to have accompanied 'he King and Queen on their proposed visit would have made several side trips. She will not accompany Ihi Princess and the Duke. Waahingtan — President Truman strewtng his efforts for world peace told the National Guard Association that a third world w would practically be the end of civiliratron." He added 'And I think everyone around would appreciate Ihat." Parts — Moruignerr Maurice Peltain. Archbishop of Pans said memortnl services f r the late exMarshal Henri Philippe Petain will be held as planned despite widespread protests from veteran groups New Vat* — The Plnancial renort of the American and Foreign Power company said "negotiation, are continuing for the sale of our total inves'ment in Argentina to the national Government AEC Issue Unusual Warning NEVADA. Oct. 24 The United States Atomic Energy Commission issued an unual warning to aircraft, leading to speculation that %  reheirsal of planned atomic bomb bins' will be held between 4 a.m. and w. HS.T A EC Issued the warning through Aeronautics Administration banning aircraft from certain airways the civil ncarFrenchman's Flat, atomic testing site and between LBS Vegas and Albuquerque, New Mexico. —U.P. U.N. Tanks Pound Kumsong CENTRAL FRONT. KOREA. ... rt •**• united Nations tank* for the third -.traight day continued to pound the former Red supply point || Kumsong while southeast of the city U.N. infantrymen attempted to force the last Red defender* fresn a ridge Fifteen tanks rolled through Kumsong blasting the erty wllh their big guns then continued into ihe valley Just we*t of the ritv here they killed an estimated 85 Chines*soldiers entrenched In 14 hunkers which were destroyed. Mennwhil* infantrymen continued their push against an estimated 120 Chines* soldiers fighting a last ditch defence on the ridge line to the southonst of the city—only Communist resistance remaining along the central front I'nitcd Nations officers said action there was more of the "mopping up operation" than the fuiiflrdged assault, and that the Allies were attempting to clean Reds out while experiencing the minimum of casualties themselves -r.p. moter accident b Sit. R. Wn I.. G. Redruruei of (he TrmMsd l'1l TWO SOLOMON ISLANDERS.Pinion Slaou (rlghl) inri Henr* Parakars (left), both liking *-**•* are amsnUir man) overseas trainees frsrn rosntrtes all over is. world at In,, llendsn PsJW Trslnlni School In Lnglsnd. The m-u. i..r in the sii-nx^cd and the virllm IAsst. supi / %  >.,. 1,362 Candidates Face Polls Today FOR 625 SEjfos IN U.K. _,„ ,. LONDON. (Hi M. ONLY U62 CANDIDATES, tha smallest numb.., year., are running for the 825 seals in the House of Commons In to-morrow's General Election This sharp drop in the number o( candidates is duo to the decision of Liberal and Communist parlies to contest onlv a few constituencies Both parties lost a number of deposits last vear-a candidate must forfeit £50 if he fails to HI at least one-eiplitl, of the total votes cast—and appim-mly felt that 'hev coul.l not attord the same financial loss again Arrundttl Off To St. Lucia (From Our %** v-<.m,.dvrr1> GRENADA. Oct. 24. The Governor left the colony today fo. St. Lucia where he will open the Legislature there Shortly he will be going on to St. Vincent for :i similar act before returning to Grenada, also to attend the opening of the n legislature. TOOlttPlCK STUFFING? EDMONTON, Alberta. Oct. 14 I** Mtserteordla Hospital pr "*al on TuessU) thai •"* •* Ha doetors sneeefall* removed live toolhplrks asmad teeether h, a rubber baa*! fr*m the Intestine of a "year-old patient. **e hospital refused U> Msetosr the name of Ihr aeetr who performed Hi%  VeraUoii sr the name sf the t>stsMW. Th, hoorttsl aald kst the nun epresset ^urE!lS^L 0, : .""'"" •' "e twltfcii., hr n w He raealledl however harInf been to a Thanhaglvlnt; lra.*r and eonouming s qtrantlly of Isrhey and stuff Int. When he went to ihr hosslU! It was believed that he had append!.ill. t p ibour has 813 candidates and Conservative^ 812 this year, 'he Liberals, who ran 475 canie* last year have put up onlv s time, and the Cnmrmmontested 100 seats last vear, have didates M io eat) TO-DAY'S WEATHER CHART Sunrise: 5.49 a.m. Sanset: 5.54 p.m. Moon: I -l Quarter, Ortohet It I.lghtlnv: 8.04 pm High Tide: IUH 9 HI. Low Tide B.W a ss I 43 Poster War Being Waged In France (By GEOKGF. SIBERA) PARIS, Oct 24. AN INTENSIVE bill board poster war is being waged by the Communist and Anti-Communist "peace" fighters in France. Communists long were unopposed in their "peace" propaganda, but 18 months ago a powerful force appeared also fighting for peace but on Anti-Soviet lines. To-day the poster war rages with undiminished flercenesa and many believe the Communists are losing points. The man the French Communists %  %  iale most and who brought about he reversal is Jean Paul David, : Minder and Secretary General of O. Paix and Liberate (Peace and Fr^'domi anti-Communist movement In plain colours and simple word David's posters attnek the) Oonununwt sponsored p I campaign. David's movement is I dor Vijay Pandit'plans to return financed by money gifts from anti-|next month so that she can stand Mrs. V. Pandit To Contest Elections WASHINGTON. Oct. 2 An Indian Embanty ,poksiriiin ild on Wednesday that AmbrisaaReopen Peace Talks Today MUNSAN. Korea. Oct. 24 Allied and Communist negotiator* will reopen Korean arml*iiee t.iiks on Thursdav. The-, will tackle th.first knotty problem of where t, establish a buffer roae. %  "ive man delegations will meet at Panmunjom, a roskfftda vi! flafc six miles east of Berl held .Kaaaong where the rcnxetfi. talks were .-uspended on Aiigu--. 23 by the Reds. Tomorrow s meeting la scheduled to began at i* p.m. on Wednesday fc-S.T. PanmunjoiT now li.f the appearaiui nival. Armistice activities are housed (n ctrcui-like tents, liner coloured l*1ln.m and saarchlights in u ring around the fan ference aren warn planes away from thneutral zone. Resumption of the CouTtTen< Talks was made possible whei the Communists drt WeMne-d-. ratified 'eeuritv ground ruledrafted by the United Nation* find Communist Liaison Officer' The United Nations had approv ed ground rules on Mondav. rp Communist French Answer To Red Propaganda David aaid: %  I got |h> using poster) and leaflets as tha most effective means of bringing truth to million* of peoples when I realised the havoc caused by Comiiunlst peace propaganda amonK war weary Frenchmen. ii Pranei Communists were pollini up to 30 pa* cent, m MM elections. The best method to fighr i Uiem is to use the same peae i %  But in the opposite j %  urse." When last spring the Communist. Party attacked the 18-menth mmI tmlsory military service. Davit'I ic F^irope .divided hy a huep Iret Mitteriritf with guns on the Soviet aide and Stalin angrily shouting %  wildered ooorly armed Western soldier!"Who the right to rearm'"— V.t. for election to the Indian Parliament. She said that press reports Irom New Delhi thai the Indian Government has accepted her resignation were inaccurate as she plans to remain here until miriNovembn — t'.r. •** TfKji, Vote labour The Communists have Mttructad their followers In the ron.stilumieie^ which thei are not contesting %  O WMe for the Labour candidate Nine Independints. nine NaUonalists, and four Independent Labourites are also In the field, but onh i ^e. w j Brown who is runDlna in Fulham West against the Munst.T for Nrttion.il Insurance fJr Edith Suinmeritklll has any chance of winning a seat Four seats already have been conceded %  iii'inuds who vote with Winston Churchill's Conservative* flu | m Sir Hugh O'Neill foi rth Antrim. Professor 1) l iron for South Antrim, Mnjr.r R II. II ,i den for Armagh, and ptain William Welluood foLondonderrv. At The Polls Butlerites March On Govt House iraaai a* ow n m %  lajmigaj PORT-OF-SPAIN. Ort |4 • housands of Butlerites fron all ova* Trinidad cam, > %  an on Sunday and marched to Oov .inment House, calling upo Hi-Kxcelletir^ Ooveinoi Ranee MIX. Lort hy Hon. Tubal Uriah Bu*BuUej %  ilf-ttylt I i ;.,. | Hi.' H..M. pop.McLean, Stephen Maraj. A. E. JUIIHN BJ Kumar the follow ing to %  ptacfiaa in Port-or-9oaln' koaal Fi.de Pgrk'' wanded then anu n.HniKi' %  w al t e r l it) midday run to Oovei nineiii li<.use. where UVsy IsStssOrsl Ua ssW their disapproval of the Oovernoi tad hjl Cabinet for MUtll b) I lev Ultl' the i o' I ,.t Imm; %  Bjalffell 'operation deportation" and -fcainst the Kaiuv Adminulralion." Dr. Tito Aehong formei Mayor of Port-of-Spaln also addressed the giilheniiK These fupporterik carried brightU palnl d posters Inscribed "Th. Rua slan'a R't must Go", We Wnnt one penny more on every barrel >i DU H i loveriirneiil Must Kaaigr. assa u Cannot Botss oar Pr*lems Now" and so on. Scores of policemen and aperlal reserve police dressed i,\ steel helmets were mulled >, | %  ouang before (hsj n!" .i h ksthered The dOOVI of P. If. % % %  House wem closed, and great At Oovrnmetn Souae, I %  J .,,!. % %  Commissioner of Police llM I full "tiff of nrflcers and men. were at hand to meet any situation that may have arisen. Ten%  0 great as evening grew Dial even mounted policemen had i pagfl difficulty In ehteklni |n crowd. Reds Set Lp H.Q. On Top Of World illy H \HOI.Ii <;i'ARD) LONDON. Oct. 24. COMMUNIST CSHINA has e-rtnbliahed military heasiquarters on the world rooftop at Lhasa, ihe capi' Tih.t. and already is snipmi; at areas further sVasHn, acrtirdinR to responsible i-ep>rts from Indian frontier outposts Indian Go\"ernment agents in 'he Ladakh .-iron bOT%  i*-i inu Western Tibet, fugitives r—chiltsj the t Ji-Wit area of Ni'ithnn Ka*hmn. -inri tribal traders at Kalimponu '' iBo Tibetan border have all r*poried that the Comrnur*. needing up then occupation of Tibei while tha finj| is %  _, Although Ihe reports gavtwidely din. if irs Communist military strength fa Tibet, it wa> Kcncrally agreed that then* I Red garriioti. 10,000 strong, in Central Tlbsj *ith its headquarters at Lhasa and nimminAil b\ OcniuTsJ CI-lins Chhig Wu fne Htd Chirm Oeneral. Chill ood. Summon Oil Expert To Washington TEHERAN. Od 24. imn | chief oil tlper! KasM Haasitn was summrmed -uddei-l-. Wednes .vilh Prei deni Tmman on ihe Brltlatl ranlan oil dispute aroused, peculation hei-c ihat M.-xsadegh '""'iiunisl m, ht be preparing to re-open | pro-Cixnmunmt ng Clung Wu. was said to fi-viabout 700 Hed troupi actually in Ihe capital at Lhasa, and tie> l)* 1 ..! ljin.;.*Government anal advtsw 'appeared to IH .igre* able' Huihling Rftada Heport* negott.mon* wilt, Hritatn l*%\ week he told the United Nation* Security Council thaInan wmild talk wtth Britain onlv about oil sale* to her and po-ihhrepstiiatmns to the Nation rio-Iranfati Oil • %  „ paa/H itniish a n rlassibl left bj .in loday. u Star) of riimrx-. .inri the prlndpal an hiieet Iran's nalioiuilirati-iii of \|..< < I'NCII] l-ecome* "Father of the Jfouse" having sut in the Common< rontiniiouslv since I9IS. The polK Hiiirsdj.v B | 7.00a.m. and (Maff in most places at 0 Ot pm although o few small 11 %  earUai A -bobby % %  mu.illv st.mdn ituard at each polling place. The ballot .hi lii name ;.nd party affiliation of each candidate and each voter vote, only for one man. The counting starts at 10.00 p.m.. and tin first re.ult* will be an-!"L DOunced about an hour later How'sh ever, only S00 udd cnnslituenciex Count the vote* to-morrow nigh'. the remainder wait until 10.00 a.m on Friday before going tn WOffj Thus most trends .TC usually not available until about I Ot another imually dre* not reach a majority of seats until "ie evening after election d.iv Bars -npermitaad lo veil assD[ in.' nn election day, and many • have lieen given /.JICIIHI i-pinnl* to -lay open until 2.00 pm m 1-00 p m. on Friday. Usually, they muM close at It 00 p\m, —UP Hay well (.on loir: Guilty Of Murder 123 Killed In "Quakes TAIPCIf. Oct. 2 Tarthrjunke* were registered i ugain nn Wednesday I the iland remained calm Viol tremor* on Monday and T | killed 123 persons and Ir.ju hundreds more. Eli/abeih Will Pay Visit T Kenya LONDON. Oct. 24 Princess Elizabeth ,mrt the Ouk' of Edinburgh will visit Keny i sjarly next year. Buckingham Palace announced. The annoum-i %  ment said lh P Royal Couple gftStsM fly directly from l^ondnn to Nairobi and after a vrsi days will board SJS Oeshtc nt Monbassa for Ceylon where fhv will make another visit en miM Court circles said th f Printe** PORT-Or-8PAW Oct "u. Semen r aaatn anst paa < on Say well OOTdOO hftei %  II man jury dgJlbtiratlng tot 40 mil ules found him gulltv .'l the Prlatsng Officer Oswald da Freita at Carrera on August 20 laat. On being asked by the Heglstrar whether h* had anything to aay. Cordon m % %  • gmootn and clear voice said: I to thank foui Lotrtl 11. tha mannai in a-frtt h luted this trial I gfl i'i'iiiarai u, pay the penalty of Ihl i*lp overcome the shortage 0** %  ie.it lot it*, troops at home anabroad. An Army spokesnii": aald beef was imported from Ir-*IBM I.V in An let %  I in hrm and Isold to the Army. The Army re cenll> want <• %  • In an effrrt to obt nn additiona laBpUaa "I beef. IU call for bids bfl lO.OOO.OOi Vlinister bribed Of Vidirt^ BrtndiU HOME. t>et 24 Mtnlatei oi loa Intagtor, Marm Si .-II.... laal tUgfM m.hide-i tht .lining a stormy saslon at the luihan Chamlier ol in the course of whlcr he was thv target ..( Commwtlgi harges uf having rulluded w llli i bandit liming ihprsrvrou %  inCornmunlaui ami left bad charged s< |h| artth pertnlUlu his offli ilclli ... Ilatrlbntt pa fling the bandit, fo po-Pnej riaimad it\m thi bandit Salval iri Olu I not killed b) Federal Police nrlgliiallv i-caortad III 1050, but wai the victim Ml lll.i ed b> H.d Chinese d^sstrtbutton llvei dollar-* which "U llM Inril.iti HI pee and THwlaii I .m.. rrmlriA nl KMlitiii-onn • '•'• 'i v'osk iN-.irnijthe trtflriK lalxd of .i Itiitlsh doa-at-tmsni 'ore in HOIIK K.*IK. was BDV. ivailable in liiasa at the #-qniv-.eiil of S20.1H1 (U S rhe Indian Govern menl "• havi been 'sei !v -mbsrsaed" by the mitux of fugitives In the l.n,|akh and C.ilgtt areas rdeilng Western Tibet, sad to have taken *tepi to %  "iitrot" trie II..IIH.I Slmilui ntcp J ham isen taken :>n the eastern .'ide, "-here there have been persistent report of Hed Chinese agitation on The borders of the Bhutan and Sikim Provinces, which nre vital to India's teeurtly. The Khutan Province was avlually Tibetan territory until lasw. Tho people are mnfnh of Ttbecan staci and t means "She end of Tibet.'' The Slkiom Province ha opulatlon mostly of Ourkha irlm: Both Provinces arc eOn•dered by India to come within the Indian Civcrmnent orbit. Russian newspaper* recently ive declared that both states were unlawfully seized" from Tibet by the British, and PnarsVi Urged that they h'-uld follow Tibet .mo" he %  'liberated.' Slate of War Endn WASHINGTON. Oct. 24 Truman by pfWlarnaU illy ended BM fl itfl M war will: .Germany on Wednesday but ht if efforts to conclude n 'iertnaaj peace treaty huve been fruslratad for the tune being*" t*v he Soviet BXUIC.V.— I'.P. —UP The "ADVOCATE" pay. for NEWS. Dial 3113 Day or Nlffct Bg-i and Duke will not slop at Olbr.il poundrl of beef has been ignore tar. Mai a *n<* Adwi as Ki**s by major American iiaiker, arn had idjnncd to do bcforS eulmad thev would lose mone; in* trip had to be cancelled. '. setling beef to governmen*. ,i —U.I*, catling prteaa. VJf, Conservatives Have 6 — 1 Odds LONDON. Oct 24, yesterd^v Ths odds on a Conservative One day before the I9M> victory in tomorrow'?, general election which gave I.ahoui eienion rose to six lo one this six-seat majority in th> morning and most newspaper member House of ( |Mllsters predictad ConserTaStuart was offering even mOnev %  Mild capture at least 50 Lord Beavcrbrooks laH> I per cent, of the vsls*. s-ress said that si Douglas Stuart, one of Lonelection poll showed 51c don's biggest betting houses, of persons thought O said the odds on a Csnaervatlve lives would win. whll*on.v 31 victorv were only five to one per cent thought the rly would be returned cent, are still undecided i. Twelve uf those interviewed In the poll conducted bv th-Conservative Daily Graphic did m.t even express i preference Fiut or those who have decided how thev will vote 50 pei cent -aid thev wOUM support Churchill Conservatives.. 43 pOr cent, the labourites rind 7 per cent, other parties. The Graphic reported 43 pei cent, said the cost of living was the main influence m then dseismn as to how to per cent, said the main influence was housing. 17 per cant said it was full employment. 13 pei cent said prestige abroad. 12 per cent taxation. II pei ient nations! defence. —i r Occasions oi" unique and special enjoyment call for cigarettes made by BlbSSOXmdHEDGES to reflect the rare perfection and to echo the whole contented mood fM*/y /Ai-fctf sTaMaA J HttlOMi LTU • OtD hO.HU J-*Str • LOA'PO.I #